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BREACH OF PROMISE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
BREACH OF PROMISE. Ex-CongreSsman Lonilt t Sued for 850,000 Dnmi_.es Emma Eastmann entered a breach of promise suit yesterday against ex-Congress-man James A. Loutitt of Stockton. She alleges that when the promise of marriage was made she assumed marital relations with the defendant, and disposed of a lucrative photographing business in order that she might devote all her time aud attention to him and bis children. Notwithstanding her loving manner to linn, the defendant married another woman last January, wherefore the plaintiff asks for £50,000 damages. The latter also accompanied the defendant to Washington when he was elected to Congress, and took care of his children during the five years of their intimacy. She did not know of his marriage until he brought to Stockton his bride, who was a wealthy widow who formerly kept a board-ing-house in a Colorado mining town.
TURNED UUKULAK. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
TURNED UUKULAK. An Unfortunate Old Woman Caught With Her Booty. Julia Woods, who has served many terms of imprisonment in the House of Correction and the County Jail, was arrested early yesterday morning by Officer Norton on Twenty-first street, charged with burglary. '■■ When arrested the had two bottles of whisky and a can of preserved fruit in her possession. She was carrying them away from a grocery-store -on the corner of Twenty-fourth and Alabama streets, where she had broken the window-panes to secure the liquor. Only two days previously she bad been released from the House of Correction, after serving a seuteuce for petty larceny. Although a property-owner and possessed of an income of $100 a mouth she lias kleptomania! tendencies.
llicllnrd'a Handy Cane. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
llicllnrd'a Handy Cane. nenry Oterson, a saloon-keeper at 35 Post street, began suit yesterday against Nicholas Bichanl, a lumberman and ship-owner, to recover £299 99. The complaint avers that on March 7th defendant, while in the saloon, destroyed a decanter of French cordial and four glasses, worth $20, and used loud and vulgar language, to the damage of the plaintiff in $279 99. A row occurred over the payment of an old bill, during wliieli Bichard used his cane with damaging effect -
Warp the Youthful Mind. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
Warp the Youthful Mind. In February, 1889, Judge Levy granted Susan Hatheroff a divorce from William Hatheroff, . the father keeping their two children, and placing them in care of a family in Oakland. The mother married again, and now applies to the Court for an order requiring him to show cause why the guardianship should not be changed, for the reason that their minds are being prejudiced against her.
SALVADOR'S GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
SALVADOR'S GOSSIP. How Queen Victoria Travels When She Goes to Aix-les-Bains. Louise Michel Again Before the Public, Not si a L-cturor but as a Writer—Another Colonial Expedition. Special to The Morning Call. Paris, March 19, 1890.— La Heine va revenir! Yesterday a special train crossed Paris, and in this train were the famous donkey, eight horses, six carriages and twelve or thirteen servants. The destination of men and animals was Southern France, the cheery little town of Aix-les-Bains. . The Queen herself will sail for Cherbourg iv the royal yacht Victoria and Albert, and will bo escorted by the Galatea, . Osborne and Enchantress. One night will be spent on board the yacht at Cherbourg and the following day a special train will carry her Majesty to Aix-les-Bains, ami the Savoyards at Aix, the little village cut in the side of a hill, are rubbing their hands in glee,' because they know their fortunes will be made by the crowd of Princes, Dukes and attendants who follow their sove...
COAST ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
COAST ITEMS. Ilrlef Notes Fi«m Pacific States and Territories- Diphtheria has broken out at Virginia City. Nev. • The Eel River Valley Advance was three years old last Thursday. The first synagogue in Washington will be erected at Seattle this year. Jose Montoya shot Vicente Chaves fatally at Los Padillos, X. Mex., on Sunday. A hog was butchered in Grass Valley last Friday that had five toes on its tore feet. A lead refinery and shot tower are among the future possibilities of Tacoma, Wash. Four children of Reno, Nev., were poisoned recently by eating wild parsuips. At a recent session of the Grant County Court, Oregon, six divorces were signed by the Judge. The Fresno Republican says the coming iackrabbit crop in that county will be immense. The primary election of Colusa County will be held on April 20tb, under tho Crawford plan. A Gilroy man got a divorce last Friday because his spouse batted him with a button-hook. In tho great stock parade at Ellensburg, Wash., last Saturday, w...
•«*-- . ■ Administration Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
•«*-- . ■ Administration Wanted. Joseph J. McCue applied for letters of administration on the estate of Julia Dunn, valued at $4500 cash ; Johanna De.'ahauty on the estate of Patrick Oelahanty, valued atslsoo: Ellen C. Hughes on the estate of Robert B. Bently, which is a claim against the schooner John Bright for $000; and Public Administrator Peuuie - on the estate of O. Fabian, valued at $1100. -" •' —r. — : — : &gt;.-:..:■■■
••Battery" X of the Second. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
••Battery" X of the Second. :, First Lieutenant T. J, Lennon has been elected Captain ; and Second Lieutenant T. J. Cunningham First ' Lieutenant of " Battery" E of the Second Artillery Regiment, N. Q. C. Captain-elect Lennon enlisted in the : company -in , January, i 1887, and • has served as Corporal -. and ' Second - Lieutenant .....-.,
AMERICAN WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
AMERICAN WOOL. Secretary Rusk Champions the Cause of the. Grower.' Tariff Discriminations and . Tricks of Importers That Work Injuries to the Heme Market. ■ Secretary Rusk In a lengthy communication to Secretary North of the Wool Manufacturers' Association of Boston, regarding the capacity of the United States for producing every variety of wool, says: . I am glad that you coincide with me in my contradiction of the absurd statement that there are considerations of climate and soil that forbid the production of all kinds of wool required by our manufacturers. Fashion for many years leading in the direction of strong medium wools and soft worsted wools in all manufacturing countries, has limited the general demand for fine wools and kept the price relatively low, thus delaying the creation of a demand upon our growers for fine wool. ■ That the demand is yet very small for very fine wool is shown by the fact that in the extraordinary Importation of the last fiscal year only 23 per cen...
FIVE IN O.Nh HAY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
FIVE IN ONE DAY. Judge L«wler Passes Upon Tales of Cruelty and Desertion The following divorces were granted by Judge Lawler yesterday: Alice F. Moore from William W. Moore, for failure to provide. The defendant was also ordered to pay §25 toward the maintenance of a child, and $100 counsel fees. The marriage was at Jonata, Santa Barbara County, December 14, 1833. William Kuestermann from Louise Kuestermann, on the ground of her desertion. They were married at Hamburg, Germany, in 1858. The case was sent from Contra Costa County for trial. In the suit of James Pepin against Margaret Pepin, on the ground of desertion, the divorce was granted the wife because of his failure to provide; The marriage was in Troy, N. Y. in 1862. Sarah J. Cranert from Emil Cranert, for his desertion and willful neglect. They were married in this city in October, 1885. Lilian C. Carrothers from John W. Carrothers, on the grounds of extreme cruelty and failure to provide.
The Leper Colony. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
The Leper Colony. Dr. W. F. Finnic of the' Twenty-sixth street Hospital reported to the Health Officer yesterday that there are now fourteen persons suffering from leprosy under his charge. Five of them are white persons, three having been admitted in March. One inmate, Or. Huiumelbach. died of leprosy on March 15th.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
HE WAS ASHAMED To Ask am, But His Frank letter Got It for Him. A Tew months ago an unfortunate in one of our city charitable Institutions was Inspired by the statements in the newspapers with the belief that Joy's ' .Vegetable Sarsaparllla would help him. ■ But without money, how to get it was the question. Finally he wrote a letter to the Edwin W. Joy Co., appealing to their generosity, and It was not unheeded, the coveted preparation. being sent by the next parcel | delivery. ] Its effect Is best told lv a subsequent letter, from which wo quote the following: ' . "1 suppose you know me by this writing and my clrcumstanci-s and condition. Although I am improving, I ask of your generosity for another bottle of your Joy's Vegetable Maraaparllla. The action' of Its laxative properties Is perfection Itself, s It has so thoroughly resulted my system that my catarrh, iluiiiiiatis.n. constipation and headache are all better I reel ashamed to ask in this way. but what snail 1 do? s It has ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
MISCELLANEOUS. SPOT CASH Price List. ladles' Fine Dongola Kid Button Boots, heel "'or spring hee1............. .$2 50 Ladles' Fine French Kid Button 800t5......... 3 00 Ladles' taxtxa Kine French Kid Button Boots, Satin finish '_. ....,.,._.. 3 50 The same quality sold all over for 5. . Ladles' Fine French Kid Button Boots, patentleather tip , 3 jo Ladies' Extra Fine French Kid Button Boots, stitched edges, Waukenphast 80tt0m........ 4 00 Ladles' Extra Fine French Kid Button Boots, London toe, French Kid tip, Waukenphast bottom, stitched edges /•■* 50 Ladles' Extra Fine French Kid Button Bo©?. Diamond patent-leather tin i 00 Ladles' Extra Fine French Kid Button Boot, spring heels. '. 00 Ladles' Extra Fine French Kid Button Boot, foxed ail around, square toe, patent-leather tips, the latest style out , 5 00 Gents'and Boys' Shoes Reduced in Proportion We have the largest variety of Ladies' Low Shoes and Slippers to select from. Just received— A car-load of all kinds of Colored Shoes ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
_„„^_„____ ___ DKY GOODS. taV Jssv £aad jL tW. M &amp;nJs^ _fl. \tasj^ -otFIIEASTER WEEKPWI \\ Goo ™'-\\ INDUCEMENTS! j™^ We Deem Comment Unnecessary-— Just Glance at the List SILKS! SILKS! SATEENS! SATEENS! COLORED SURAH SILKS, Extra-heavy We liave an endless variety of these sea- " Twill Costume Quality. Our regular sonable goods to select from at the folio wsl 25 goods this week at ing quotations: y .- .■„'-."' $1 00 Per Yard. 10 cases PRINTED AMERICAN SATBLACK SURAH SILKS. EENTS, in an endless variety °' designs. BLACK SURAH SILKS. 12*Ae Per Yard. 20-inch, 22-inch, 25-Inch, 11 cases AMERICAN SATEENS, finer 50c. 75c. $100. quality, designs exclusively our own. Worth fully from 25c. to 50c per yard more. 15c Per Yard - **• J '- '■ . ;,' ; y : ' «,«„ - - 12 cases ENGLISH SATEENS, choice figPLAIN COLORED INDIA SILKS. Our ures, \ , \.--T% regular 75c quality, 22-inch, this week at 20c Per Yard. . • •."*. *'** 50c Per Yard. 15 cases FRENCH SATEENS, the • very latest patterns, ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
fly RAII.ROAO TRAVJSIm '.'". 0 SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY. (PACIFIC SYSTEM.) - Trains Leave and Are Due to Arrive at "* „ '.; S.VN- FRANCISCO.. ?..V_".y.' „„ UAVK. FKOM APRIL I. 18'.)Q — AEKIVS " 7:30 a Hay wards. Nlles and San Jose . »12-45p •• 7-^'Oa Sacramento A Redding, via Davis • 7tlsr 7:30 a Sacramento, Auburn, C01fax....;. 4-45p , 8 :00 a Martinez, Valiejo, Calistoga and- ■ Santa Rosa «:15p 8 :00 a Los Angeles Express, Fresno,- ■■- .« * . Bakersfieid, Mojave auu East, ■; and Los Angeles ... 11:15* 8:30 a Nlles, San Jos-, Stockton. lone,: Sacramento, Marysrll'e.Orovllle ■■ '-- and Red liluff. -. 4:45p 10:30 a Hay wards and Nlles 3:45p 12:00 m Hay wards, Nilesand &gt; v.rnio-e.. 8:45r •1 :00p Sacramento River steamers *&gt;*8:00* S:00P Hay wards, Mies and San Jose.... 9:45* 8:30t- Second class for Ogden aud East.. 10:45p » 4*ooPStockton and f Milton; . Valiejo, . ■• Calistoga aud Sauta Kosa.... ... -."9:45a •4:30p Nlles and Llvermore *-B*4-&gt;a •4:'.10p ...