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• y.. A Trainer Arrested. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
• y.. A Trainer Arrested. : Eugene \ Geary, _ a dog-trainer, was t arrested yesterday afternoon in Golden Gate Park ' by ' Officer - Salter r for violating an ordinance prohibiting the taking of dogs into the park, f: He Had at the time a pack of six greyhounds with him aud was exercising tnein. lie and the dogs were taken to the new -City Hall Police Station, where a ; charge ', of * misdemeanor s was •" booked against him. He was released on ball.
SPURIOUS DOLLARS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
SPURIOUS DOLLARS. Arrest of Two Men Wanted by the Government. They Are Overhauled in South San Francisco by Police Officers— Honey Found on Their Persona. During the past : few months the city has been flooded with counterfeits of • dollars and half-dollars, and the Secret Service Agent of the Government, assisted by the Police Department, has been assiduously working to ferret out the parties responsible for the circulation of the imitation. The counterfeit of money is a poor semblance of the genuine article, being light in weight, dull in color, lacking the true ring and greasy to the touch. . Several persons who had been victimized reported their grievances ._ to Secret Service Agent Harris, and a very accurate description of two men who had passed the counterfeits i was obtained. A printed circular with a description of the men was furnished . Chief of Police Crowley and he had them distributed among the members of . the department. The result is that the men have been landed in...
HIS MIND IS UNSETTLED. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
HIS MIND IS UNSETTLED. Joseph Comerforrt Becomes Subject to an Hallucination. Joseph Comerford, one of San Francisco's oldest residents and a wealthy and respected citizen, was taken to the Seven-teenth-street Police Station last evening by Officers Morrow and Wangman on a charge of insanity. Mr. Comerford. after whom the tract on Twenty-ninth street is named, has recently been buying a large number of building lots in the vicinity of the Golden Gate Park, and the anxiety and trouble connected with the purchases has slightly unsettled his mind. He imagines that some one is trying to rob him, and of late has been very violent. He was sent to the Home . ot the Inebriates, where he will be kept until seclusion and rest will restore him to his normal condition.
He Saw Burr. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
He Saw Burr. In a letter to The Call R. Ten Broeck writes, under date of yesterday, : from San Mateo: 1 noticed an article In your paper of this date regarding Burr, and Hamilton. I often saw the former in 1828, walking up State street, in Albany, to a building called the Capitol, where the courts and Legislature held their sessions. He was about 5 feet 2 inches in height, quite erect, dressed In black, profuse white hair and wore a cue. He had invariably his hands crossed behind him, had' a. somber expression of countenance and invariably fixed his eyes on the ground or in front, and never had a companion. Had I the gift of a painter to rival nature's art I could portray Burr as I saw him, ' m
McCabr'a Successor. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
McCabr'a Successor. James W. McCabe, Chief Deputy Tax Collector, was the proudest man in town yesterday. His wife had early in the day presented him with a twelve-pound heir and prospective successor in office, and now City Hall air became too rarefied for the proud parent. He was deluged with congratulations and came near spending all of his month's salary in toasting - the "youngster.". "-T_r*»ntrrßWMirrßfi^anM.^^
Interfered With Inspectors. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
Interfered With Inspectors. Richard Murphy interfered with and also applied vile language to United States Customs Inspectors on Beale-street Wharf yesterday afternoon, and he was arrested by Captain of Inspectors W. A. Harrigan and booked at the Southern Station on a charge of using vulgar language. , Miss Ella Ewing, a Missouri girl, 18 years old, is 7 feet 8 inches ' tall and weighs 225 pounds.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. « ' ■ — —j When Baby was sick, we gave her Caatorii. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria, When she had Children, she gave them Castorl*, ''■"-'.--'/ Iyl7 2r TuThSa&amp;Wy . ... : CALL FOR THE MANETOU Natural- Mineral Water ...AND.... GINGER CHAMPAGNE THE MANITOITIS TH* PUREST. MOST REfreshing and best tasting natural mineral water before the public I People suffering from Dyspepsia, Kidney Troubles, etc., should use no other. --..&gt;-- - TlieGlN-I.KK CHAMPAGNE Isapleasant and : healthful drink, made from Maultou Water, combined with pure Jamaica Ginger and Fruit Syrups. 1 CALIFORNIA BOTTLING CO., SOLE AGENTS, *" ySfP 1407 to 1417 Eddy Street. r »_)3 TllSu :..-'■:,': .
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
-'■ * ,: MISCEJLJLANEOUS. HOTEL RAFAEL! San Rafael, Gal. THE FAVORITE SUMMER RESORT OF CALIFORNIA, Fifty Minutes' Ride From San Francisco. AN ELEGANT FAMILY HOTEL Service, Table and Appointments Not Excelled i by Any Hotel In the "Aorld. CLIMATE PERFECT. NO FOGS. THIS DELIGHTFUL HOTEL HAS BEEN doubled In capacity, and many improvement* nave been added tor the comfort and amusement of guests. ■ An- Otis Passknoeb Elevator has Lately Been Put in; over 40 elegantly appointed public bath-rooms and 60 private bath-rooms have been added. A large, well-ventilated stable, with 40 roomy stalls, has Just been built, and will be conducted by the hotel management. RATES— S3 per day and upward; $17 50 per week and upward, according to room. Special rates by the month. W. E. ZANDER, Manager. ■ ■ • -■ nirltS SuTuTh Up • r~ -■ ii i i i -m^-m^^r^r^-, —— _ . --i limit Bermuda Bottled. 5 " You must bo to Bermuda. if '. _; you do not I ill not be responsl- . ! lile for tbe consequences." •' But, j 1 do...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
BiISCELJLANJEOUS. yyyyyytst^^^Eiify : '. : BARGAINS IN CARPETS! We are offering a special line of Moqueites (fifty pieces) at a great reduction. . ' Twenty years* experience with this fabric has proven it to be the ; best carpet manufactured for the money. '._. '-. We also call special attention to our Double-width "Velvets, No other make, English or American, equal to them. - •■?*..* W. &amp; J. SLOANE &amp; CO., Furniture, Carpets and Upholstery, ." 641 to G47 3IARKET STREET. ; ' ■ ■ mrlS TuThSa 2p ' : '■■ ._• _ MISC£JCI.AN£OITS. 22^ LIST OF EEDUGTIGHS — —AT THE ■mm RULE BAZAAR ! diilWsCarriaps P.attan body, canopy top, galvanized wheels and springs.. formerly $6, now $:i 85 Rattan body, upholstered in ramie, canopy top, steel springs.. formerly $10. now $5 60 Hood top, rattan body. In cretonne wire or wood wheels formerly $10, now $6 95 Rattan body, canopy top, galvanized wheels, extra size formerly $8 50, now $6 90 Rattan body, upholstered In American damask, can...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
_ AMUSEMENTS. : ):2y'2 : . HEW BUSH-STREET THEATER. V^ f»wT^^*-*.: :."::::.-^^..1S&amp; I.AST FOUR NIGHTS OF ": ;' • ;"• *;- : RUDOLPH AP.ONSON'S TWTV ' '"•*'■* NEW YORK CASINO BLACK ' * : OPERA COMPANY HUSSAR! y ? TJIIS PRODUCTION THE- 1 OPERATIC SUCCESS OF TIIE SEASON! MATINEE SATURDAY ! Next Monday Krenlng., April 7th, _'' TT ALsHmADJST AND SCA.H'T, "j-j-A-TaarjEi &lt;3*n*:'» aX-iT Seat 3 Now on Sale._ggr ■ '■'•*'*•' ■■'. ■ "BALDWIN THEATER. ■■.'. MR. AL nAY MAN , Lessee and Proprietor ' JIK. ALKIIKD BOUVLER.... Manager LAST 3 SIGHTS OF THK EXOAOKMKXT OF ■ MR. AND MRS. KENDAL MS. AND MRS. KENDAL .. i"J i' AND TIIKIH OWN COMPAXV. This (Thursday) Etpiiliib— (Last Time) • IMPULSE Friday (Last Time) — -A SCRAP OF PAPER Farewell Mat. Sat.. .THE QUKBN'S SHII.I.INO 3 Satubuay Evkxisi) Next— Grand Farewell Performance. Mr. and Mrs. Kendal will appear for ; the only time tins season In a DOUBLE HILL. presenting ibe charming one-act comedy, ~ MY UNCLE'S WILL ■■'■■• And Sydn...
HOLY THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
HOLY THURSDAY. Seryices to Be Held in the Cathe..^ral 30^*"®^^^" 1 ' 0 ' 108, * ;'"?cat"iiVai Mis'syW ashing of the Feet— Office . i'r'-- ';- of Teaebra)— Sermon on the Holy *'?...y.V j-.*!'*- .'■,-' • Eucharist. '. v.* ".'.The Thursday before Easter has, since ; the earliest ages of Christianity, been observed, by. the Catholic". Church as the anniversary 'of- the* day ou which Christ instituted the sacrament of the Eucharist ,-Accordingly, despite the fact that on the following day. the church intends to commemorate the mournful circumstances surrounding the death of her founder, the observance of 'Holy , Thursday has about It a certain air of festivity and rejoicing. ..* ■';'■ In the -first ; ages of the church the prevailing custom was to celebrate the day by -.a; solemn, liturgy, 'and communion in the : evening at the hour in which Christ partook the Paschal feast with his apostles. Among other church historians St. Cyprian .'states-, that in the church of Africa it was cultoma...
■* ->..•*." J. ,*>° CLUB' FOX BOSH. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
■* -&gt;.. •*." J. ,*&gt;° CLUB' FOX BOSH. " More fit Irons Honor His Spartan Purity '. •*.'..-'"■ °°,y "" land Integrity. ■» '_ _ • _«•'■ About three weeks ago, Supervisor ° Charles S. Bush slapped the face of Superintendent of Streets Thomas Ashwortn, in j a row over, the construction of the bitum- • Intra* rock pavement on Kearny street, *••* The following day he received from some ■ sterioussuurce a gold-headed cane, upon ' which was inscribed, "Use this to punish • impudence and fraud. .From citizens of San Francisco.". y .-_.-.,..•• '' From another equally unknown source, Alt. Bush yesterday obtained a large-sized base-ball bat, 1 upon which was inscribed, Club him; also from citizens of Sau _ Francisco/'- --: This gift the Supervisor regards as 'a satire on the other, and all the habitues of the new City. Halt were laughing over it • yesterday ._ • ,&gt; . "
/.' °° " **aah in the . Bu.b-Trensury. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
/.' °° " **aah in the . Bu.b-Trensury. ■■ S. H. Brooks, Assistant Treasurer of the United States at San Francisco, reports the '•following* cash hand on March 31st: '-■. •Cnited States. notes. ."-. 477,119 00 .*X,-t-!biial bank n0te5.:'....., .'..... 12,100 00 'Gold certificates 2,990 00 , Jj*ll*«rcertiiicaies..., 135,905 00 o t_oldcoia — .*..•; ;.._ 42,139,127 no ■ btaiiaaru silver dollars '18,443,2t&gt;9 00 ..Kuoslaiary silsor cola 0,411,07!* 90 •_il|uortoin..,i .- 9,015 04 V*. ■."total.- ', »07,21i0,«iil 44 .. '•■*,-• ". : — ■- •
o ■He Deserved Kara). [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
o ■He Deserved Kara). __ Peter , Brooks, who beat his brother Michael at 24 Glen: Park avenue Tuesday evening, was sentenced yesterday by Judge lilx. to three 'mouths' imprisonment in the House of . Correction. '.; Brooks has not worked for nine years, as his mother supported him in idleness. He had a habit of going home drunk, and, in addition to bullying the family and beating them, was addicted to smashing the furniture-
A HEAVY JUDGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
A HEAVY JUDGMENT. Th» Oregon Railway Company Must Pay 5U5.000.' ..A Judgment was given yesterday against the Oregon Pacific Railroad Company by Judge Finn for 893,000. ' It seems that the company bought the steamer City of Palatka from the Florida Steamship Company, giving twelve promissory notes in payment, aggregating $115,000, and a mortgage on the steamer as security. On her arrival on this Coast her name was changed to Eastern Oregon and she was placed on the run between Yaquiua Day and this city. She was discovered to be much interior to what was represented by her former owners when making the sale, therefore the bills were not paid. The notes were in the hands of several parties, and having been transferred to Simeon Tobey for collection, he brought suit to foreclose the mortgage. Judge Finn, in rendering judgment, struck out the claim of J. W. Quintard and partner for $20,000, because ' tney were shareholders in the Florida Steamship Company and must have known the capacity...
AMATEUR ART. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
AMATEUR ART. Photographers Preparing for the Exhibition. Brief History of the Pacific Coast Association, Ladies to Be Admitted at the Meeting To-Night. Members of the Pacific Coast Amateur Photographic Association are all agog about their fourth exhibition, which will be held in the rooms of the San Francisco Art Association next Monday and Tuesday. They expect it to be the greatest event in the history of the association, as every member is active in his efforts to make the affair a success. A majority of the members will have productions from their studios in the exhibit and some pictures that will astonish even professionals are promised. Bad weather has interfered somewhat, but the recent sunny days have given them an opportunity to finish most of the work. . The first two exhibitions were given. by the association at the Mechanics' Pavilion, and silver medals were offered as prizes for pictures of merit. Since then there has been an exhibition of a higher order, aud at which ma...