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In Transit for Hong-Hone*. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
In Transit for Hong-Hone*. Twenty-five Chinese, who recently arrived from Panama by the steamer City of Sydney in transit to Hong-Kong, were yesterday transferred to the steamer City of Peking, which will sail for China on Saturday. Yon don't know how much belter yon will feel If you take Hood's Sarsaparllla. It will overcome that tired feeling and make you bright, active and strong. Sold by druggists. All danger of drinking impure water is avoided by adding 20 drops of the genuine Angostnra Bitters, manufactured by Dr. Sies.rt * Sons. At all druggists. When Head Feels Dili, Heavy, the skin appears sallow and greasy, aud the stomacb refuses 1.10.1, take Carter's Little Liver rills. Don't forget tbis. ■■-:,• Hiriiii.AN-u Brand of Milk (unsweetened) Is tbe best food in the world for infants. Try It. — _aGreat Rri.i'n n. v In Louisiana Sugar, at Sbarboro _ Co.'s, 531 Washington street. iiim's Pills cure sick headache.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
NOTICES OF JIEEXINIiS. (p_3_r&gt; Verba liii.i.i. Chapter, No. 4. f 1 Hi-—' Knights Rose Croix— Ceremonies — So I .Mannflay i'HI'RSDAY, April 3d, at 8^ — '•_-—* o'clock. *l . ap3 It* GEO. J. HOBE, Secretary. (1 OPS' Doric Lodge, No. SIS, F. and a »- -' A. &gt;L, 121 Eddy st.-Stated meeting _% and second degree THIS , 111 L'HSI-A V , _* „T EVEN IK at 7 o'clock. All Masons and so-rsyy jonrnlng brethren are invited to attend. By order of the W. -M. apii 11 ADOLPH _________________________ Secretary. B3S=" California Lodge, No. 1 . V. a -S- 5 ' and A. M.. meets THIS (THURSDAY) A EVENING. April 3d, at 7:30 o'clock, for _.2? business. By order or the Master. /\y\ apii It * OEO. JOHNSON. Secretary. res' Funeral Notice— Golden &lt;s«te a **-*-' Lodge. No. 30. F. and A. M.— Oiiicers MB. and members arc herein* notified to as- **x*_' sembleattbe Temple THIS (THURSDAY) AFTERNOON', April 3d. at 1:30 o'clock, to conduct the funeral or our late brother, CAPTAIN CHARLES .WI...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
SPECIAI. ' NOTICES— CONTINCrED' / JETS"? A Card.— H.iisy, Inventor or the _-*-' famous Hoey Bed-lounge, . sincerely thanks the public for the ; liberal patronage . given the lounge from the very first time it was put on the market in this city, where it was invented: and now It Is a well-known fact that it Is the lounge all oyer the United states; in fact, any lounge that looks like the Hoey Lounge finds ready purchasers, and many a housekeeper who goes out to purchase a Hoey Lounge Instead brings home an imitation, and thereby unwittingly defrauds the inventor of the fruits' of his labor, as well as being imposed on themselves, The only way to avoid all this Is to see that the inventor's name is stamped on them, as I am now very 1 particular to stamp Heey's patent on all I make, I Another good way to avoid being Imposed on Is to have the dealer write on your bill of sale "Hoey Patent Bed-lounge," and when you get homo and should find out differently, you and I can have the dealer a...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
, SITUATIONS— SWEDISH GIRL WANTS PLACE ,DO LIGHT housework. 1015 Bryant St., In rear, apl 3t» \\* OMAN WANTS WORK BY THE DAY; GOOD »' reference. Apply 135 Laugtonst. apl 3t»- . RESPECTABLE WOMAN TO DO CHAMBERwork: hotel or private family; city. I Call 1116 Greenwich st.. near P. .well. -■ ».- .- a pl lit-* *s»itA , l , lOA.s-.11,1Li.. M SITUATIONS WA^ED"FOK"IL\N^TNIT^iVIFE (German): man iirst-ciass cook: wt^ for diningroom or pautry. Address F. X., Box 4. this offlce. ■ ■ - . ■ . ■ ap3 2t«* (IARPENTER — GOOD WORKER - AND COMSy petent to take charge, wishes a job: no objection to country. Address Carpenter, 1509 Market street. • ap3 It* 1 ENGINEER 'AND FIREMAN ..WANTS 1 Hon: city or country: tirst-class references. Address W. 11. 8., Box 130, Call Branch oflice. ap3 3t* MIDDLE-AGED SCANDINAVIAN WANTS SM'Uation to take care of horse, cow and garden; carelul driver; best city references. Address R., Box 6, this omce. ....■■ ap3 It* AS BAR-TENDER; BEST CITY, SOBER AND jtv honest referen...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
'. HELP ; WAN^TEP-*-CONTiyUEP. WANTED— A DRESSMAKER'S: APPRENTICE. II 739 Broadway, upstairs. ■ - ap3 3t* LADY WAITRESSES WANTED; GOOD WAGES.; 218 Kearny «L 1 * i -- :. ■ apS 31* : V EAT GIRL TO ASSIST WITH LIGHT HOUSE1&gt; work, 934 lister. ' ap3 It* ■ ! A 7 OUNG GIRL, COMPETENT FOR GENERAL ■I housework, small airy; $15. 1719 Post a3 3* •."•IRST-CLASS FINISHERS WANTED A Immediately, 78* Market st., Boom ____________ 1* OPERATORS" ON LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S underwear. 140 Murphy Building. ap'J tf -- YOUNG "GIRL FOR LIGHT. HOUSEWOKK, »8 A to $10. 501 Jessie st. ap3 It* ANTED — GIRL FOR .GENERAL HOUSE- * work. 453 Third St. • 1.. - ap3 2t» WANTED— TO DO GENERAL HOUSE- ' 1 work. Apply 838 O'Farreil st. ap3 It* - FIRST-CLASS TAILORESS ON COATS -CALL J early, 871 Mission st. ■---*■ ■'- ap3 It* * . '- 147 ANTED— FINISHER ON PANTS. 544% N V- ■' totnast. ap3 It* OMAN FOR CHAMBERWORK. 603 FOLsTIM "I street, --•&gt; .■■■■■■■ ap2 2t» IV' AN TED— A GOOD SEWER FOR DRESSMAK- '' Ing...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
-y "'-'. HELP , TVANXED—CONTINIIEIJ. ' VI r ANTED— A MAN WEIGHINO^OiI^POITN-Sr '" , It whom we can St In a merchant tailor-made suit for $20; tailor's price $40. ORIGINAL : MISFIT - CLOTHING PARLORS, cor. Post an Dopont sts. - A~ GENTS WANTED TO TAKE ORDERsTFOR custom shirts: no experleuee required. 513 Montgomery st, upstairs. tt-2.» 3mo , , A 100 ,000 MEN WANTED TO LOAN MONEY . on all articles at low rates; square dealing. UNCLE JACOBS. 613 Pacific st unit ■ AIiENTS WANTED. WANT 1 LADY AGENT IN EACH TOWN '' aud city to represent our new rubber cutset lace: greatest selling novelty ever produced; 1 lady made nearly $10 in 1 day; sample iree to Introduce quickly. Address LITTLE &lt;k CO., 220 Clark St., Chicago, 111, ■ '--■- -■■■-■ 'iq&gt;l _*-.-:■ ANTED— WITH SMALL CAPITAL TO ■ '» take exclusive control of our business In every county; any county pays $2000 per year. 'M. S. BENN A CO.. Dayton.Ohlo. - inr3o 7t : - rpHE* FACTS ABOUT STANLEY'S BOOK— ON A March 10, 1890...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
• :fy *■-' BUBTN-EEH .CltAjicES',' ' °'*.'- ! '"'" '• 1;90J)0 PARTNER WANTED- TO ASSIST IN . ■ — '"■''•l ..iter 1 1, - hired help. etc. In a' . tirSt-i hotel of 1211 rooms*, location across . the hay: always bill of first-class people; estab- .• lislied nearly 1". years: the present owner has . cleared nearly $30,000-10 .tiieMaiC live years; you . .wMI find him one of the' best-kiibwiimen In tha state and popular aiid respected by all; no previous :• ClseriAnce required, bet hiust be of steady habits .. id— — business. Apple li. ."BEN N'V. 22 Kearny st. ';,"_.. ..* . ; - = ■' it ■ •..'***•" "aOn FAR B WANTEDyTO .' Hit; OR- •; v»ivl ■'• der. iv the store and assist In looking af. .-, ter general dotal In a pmin cash- business in this ■■' city: csiai.llshetl B.ye-rJ: clearing at' least from . . *200 to $:wo per montb; youcautrj it for 2 weeks ." Colore buying: no night nor Sunday work; no pre•vloii3 eaienence essin as sour partner will 'teach you tii bus lucss. Apply:. K. KENNY, 22 Ke...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
** IHsSINESS" • CIIAN-Cl_-COXTINUE-0. ■■''"' JfeSfifi COatMISBEON BUSINESS; FARTNER , ,t,j\i. wanted with wcli-kuown, active, wideawake young business man of good standing and reputation: hns-flret-clsss trade, clearing $150 per mouth and rapidly growing; absolutely- real 1 more assistance: prefers partner to hiren help* Rood man \\_i.iic.i more than money; can give best of references: in exceedingly good business that will bear investigation. GEO. STEWART. 135 Kearny. 1 SK2I XX » ■'•''■"'"'•-•-A.TH WHOLESALE MANU•ai_i'\»v/. racturlng business: partner wanted in large, house, established and successfully rnnninai goods manufactured are on orders from leading wholesale ionises, ami have a reputation In the city and the Pacific Coast as being the best in the uiifrket; large stock; machinery for manufacturing on large scale, with trade clearing $350 to $100 per month: and to supply and fill the increasing wholesale orders requires the assistance of an active working partner, for which ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
' - a . CITY BEAT. ESTATE; '• $1 7*vA COLLING WOOD ST. NEAR 21ST: , «_) I I OS), lot GOxl*2s; grand , marine and city views. G. . H. UMBSEN A CO.. 14 Montgomery street. ■ ..■-,.- mr3o 3t SuTuTh Gi-I^nfi LOT 80x114, ON ARMY ST.. NEAR «3)_,0U0. Dlamoud. G. U. UMBSEN - CO., 14 Montgomery st • - - • mr3o lit SuTuTh ___&gt; - / ill -i 2-STORY BAY-WINDOW HOUSES, «_SO_l'U. of 8 rooms and bath eacli; ail the late-; conveniences: lot 33:4x87:6: rents $75; Lacuna St.. near Sutter. G. H. UMBSEN A CO.. 14 Montgomery st. mr3o lit SuTuTh «_/*flAn lot SOX 11 4, ON the N. LINE OF •"ipTUUU. 24th St., near Diamond; street-work ' complete. G. 11. UMBSEN &amp; CO.. 14 Montgomery street mi 30 st SuTuTh $lrt";n RICHMOND; 10TI1 AYE, NEAR lUOU. Point Lobos; lot 26x120. li. H. U.MBSEX A CO., 14 Montgomery st. Uir3o 3t SuTuTh &lt;Sil'.A(\f\ 3 -&gt; LEVEL LOTS, ONLY 3 BLOCKS «_pU*_UU. from Mission St., in the Excelsior Homestead. «. H. UMBSEN ie CO., 14 Moutgoinery st. mrliO 3t...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
; _ - :. ■ CITY. HEAL - ESTATE. ',. '_' V :--. ©X A CASH, BALANCE $10 A MONTH FOR Oi'U choice lots on Madrid st, near Mission road. W. H. CRIM &amp; CO.. 428 Montgoiiiery.lnr'JO tt SuTh Klin c ST -. NEAR AYE AND 1 BLOCK •IP •lUU. from Park: 30x100: terms to suit buyer. W. H. CRIM A CO., 428 Montgomery. mr3o tf SuTh (JJlOnn A BARGAIN— LARGE LOT, COR. B •_ UUU. stand 3 1st aye.; 60x169. W. 11. CRIM — CO., 426 Montgomery st. -.- -■• inr3o tr SuTh S')P,t\ LOTS ON DAY ST., NEAR DOUGLASS; —OKI. part cash; 25x114. IV. H. CRIM &amp; CO., 428 Montgomery st i,ir;&gt;o tf SuTh *it7'*\fJ 231) ST.. NEAR CASTRO; 25x111; THIS »3? I OKI. lot Is well worth $1000. W. H. CRIM &amp; CO.. 428 Montgomery st. - _u*3o tf SIITII !_l9fln 89TH *-**•• NEAR DOLORES, ON tjs 1-1)11, grade; street work done: 25x114. W. li. CRIM &amp; CO., 128 Montgomery- mritO tl SuTh &lt;X 1 \C\f\ CHOICE BUILDING LOT ON CHAT' •_p LOXIXJ. tancoga st, near 23d* 25x117:6. w. H. CRIM Jt...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
■'_ y _ _ ' '" . CITY KKAL : ESTATE. _ -■ ■ MCAFEE BALDWIN . A HAMMOND, - REAL Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 10 Montgomery street.- „ ■ . .• - NEW PROPERTY. . ; '-. ' $50 cash— Mission-road lots, within a lew blocks of the depot at ocean View; perfectly level: good drainage; Siring Valley water; churches and schools near by: only 15 minutes from Fourth aad i.mnsend sts.; 6 trains daily ; commutation tickets 1-3 per month; Mission-street cable will greatly lucreaso values in the neighborhood of these lots: we offer a few only at $300 each; 830 cash, balance In month- • ly Installments of $10; size 25x12,; call for diagram. ■'-■--■ ;.-. ... - .. $9000-Washlngton and Cherry corner; splendid marine view; house cost $3800; lot 68:9x127:6: very cheap. .■-...- . $12,000— Oik, near Lacuna: good house: ' 11 rooms and lath; large sunny rooms; plate-glass windows; large pautry and closets; stone sidewalks; lion fence, etc.; lot 41x120, to Lilly aye. $5750— Buchanan, near Washington: house or...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
. '._■'' ■"■• :;:'■; -.-"•• 'HOUSES TO , LET. * . •. : S?-vv rr FirA : rt?-Tm VAI"ENeIApNR,^ ~23D.~ 7 ' -IS rooms and batb, $35: 220 San Jose avc.nf. 24th, 14 rooms, "hath, $80; 832 Page. nr. Scott, 6 rooms and -bath. $30; 2ti:&gt;l Mission, fir. 22d, 5 rooms and bath, $17 50*. 1908 Jessie, nr. 20th, 7 'rc-onis. bath. $25: 310 and 3101,1, Leavenworth, ur. Eddy, 8 and 7 rooms and bath each, $17 SO and $42 50: 416 Bartlett. nr. 25th, 6 rooms, batb, $25: NW. cor. 21st and Guerrero, 12 rooms and bath, $75; SSfV_ Valencia, nr. lftih, 6 rooms and bath, $20; 2036 Foisom-. nr. 17th, 5 rooms and bath. $16; 2102 ii Howard, nr. 0 17th, 5 rooms. $17 50; 225 17th. nr. Mission, 4 rooms, $13; 130 Clary, nr." «_, basement *8; 30 i'aik aye.. oil Bryant and 6th, 5 rooms, $20: 925 Army, near Dolores, 6 rooms, bath, stable, $27 50; NW. Bush and Baker, new flat, 6 rooms und bath. $27 50. YON RHEIN A CO, 624 California street . --■'■■• : , .- ». - rap 3 tt flfiie SUNNY, BAY-WINDOWED COTTAGE: 5 •J...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
■■*•,;. ROOMS aTO - EPJT— CONTTNTJBTP. 'y. b K')Q LARKIN, NEAR- GEARY— LARGE FUR- — iD nlshed room, - suitable for 2 gentlemen or man and wife: no ohjectlou to 2 ladies; gas, bath; bouse keeping privilege. °» 1 .- ap'2 2t* - . 4X SECOND-FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, 2 OR • rXO 3 gentlemen; private family. ap'J 3t* ■' 67 LAFAYETTE — LARGE, SUNNY FRONT «-&gt;! room, suitable for lur 2 gents. . apl 3t« 7QO VAN NESS AYE.-A HANDSOMELY FUR** 1 uo uislied corner suite of parlors; rent $40; also single rooms. • » ... . , ... ap'J tt .~*0"a FXLIS-FCRNISHEU SUNNY ALCOVE . out) and single rooms. . - ■ ap'J 3 1* CLIQ MINNA-NICELY FURNISHED SUNNY OaC room for housekeeping. . ap2 2t* -•'. _4'JQI THIRD _ $14: 1 SUNNY FURNISHED •^'JXJ-. rooms for housekeeping; also others. a 2 st* 00 MOSS. BET. SIXTH AND SEVENTH-4 tit.' suuuy rooms; rent $14. Apply 123 Seventh Street. . ■--. ■ •"; ' ap2 3t» I'l 6 HARRISON. BET. SECOND AND THIRD— OLU 2 uiifurnlshcd sunny rooms, , suitable for housekeeping, and 1 ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 8 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
' •■' -'-" ' ""V ■" '..' PFRSONAI.S. '. '." "'' ' " y ' 1 " ' Raster EGGS,. WITH . NAMES. To" " ORDF'i, i V ; yj TO "ilOc and Upward at HOOVER A PRICE N &gt;V,. cor. Polk and Bush sts. "tst I. OR A FEW DAYS-BY CALLING OR SENDING I postal to Room 19. 17 Fourth st., you can sell for casfi glassware, crockery, etc. a. ap3 3:« '"-'■'* VI ME. ELISE, SELECT CHAPERON*"! I.N dies: also shopping dove and letters writtenEuropean and city references. MSlt _M' n&lt;_ 80, Call Brancb Office. P* . « ■ . -. a it* - 10f)0 CASES OF THE CELEBRATED ARCH •*T »,» ertl sugar corn, $1 per doz; Oattins's be.st tomatoes, 90c per doz; table peaches, pears apricots and blackberries, 'B cans for $1 : new ioilles" . cans tor $1 ; new jams. 12 cans for $1 ; best sugarcured Dnpee hams, 14c a lb; best Chicago suSarcured picnic hams, 10c a lb; the finest Point Reyes fresh butter. 35c a roll, or 3 rolls for $1: best IVi;, luma fresh butler, 30c a roll, or 2 tolls for ss best fresh-laid Mission egg...
THE SUFFERING MOI'IIKK. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
THE SUFFERING MOI'IIKK. OGOD! knowest thou a woman's woe When on a bed of pain she lies. While her sweet babe she loveth so Is yearning for her ministries t Dost thou behold those silent tearThat through the night unbidden flow? A suffering mother's hopes and fears Dost thou, O loving Father, snow? nearest thou those prayers that rise and break Like sobbing waves along the shore. These tender pleadings for the sake , Of that dear helpless babe she bore? O God of pity 1 more than we Thon -inowesi, -arest, and dost feel; *Tls not in vain the sen! to thee In sorrow and la prayer doth kneel. Thine arms are strong and they do bear The mother ami her babe above. Beyond the reach of pain and care, To realms of peace and Joy and love. And there no tears shall dim the eye. Air wounds d.i heal, however deep; Bow sweet upon his breast to lie! Be giveth his beloved sleep. O. W. Crofts. Chicago Inter Ocean.
VIOLET'S LOVERS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
VIOLET'S LOVERS. [Continued.] ■¥f_tTf*E talked so calmly and was so much i_i-srf|iiniseif that Violet began to fancy I kt hat the suppressed emotion, the =" — choked passion of his previous utterances, must have been the result of her own fevered imagination. Still she did say, when lie broke off: "Then you are not angry with me for speaking? I would not like to vex George's friend." . "I could never be angry with you," replied Nigel, in a smothered tone. " Whatever happens, remember that, whatever I appear to he hereafter." And then he Hurried her on abruptly, , with unreasoning speed, to overtake the ' otner two. • Violet felt herself somehow unnerved by what had passed. She made some excuse to en to bed, and sat a long time by the window of her room to the moonlight. Looking at it all ways, how strange, how . very arrange, he had been that night, j Hid she unwittingly grieved or hurt him? She could not bear to imagine such a thing. And yet he had said distinctly that he was not a...
THE MARTIN MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
THE MARTIN MURDER. More Evidence Discovered Against Michael Chebnknr. Michael Chebukar, charged, with the murder of Philip Martin, appeared in Judge Lawler's court yesterday when his case was called. The • preliminary hearing was continued until next Tuesday, when the prosecution will be ready and expect to have a web of conclusive evidence against him woven. Owing to illness in the family of Coroner Eaton, the inquest on Martin was postponed until to-day. . Sergeant Hook placed Chebukar's walk-ing-cane in the Property Clerk's office yesterday to be introduced in evidence against him. It is covered with clotted blood from the handle to the ferule, as was Chebukar's knife, which is said to have' been the instrument used in taking Martin's life. Two Western Union messenger-boys identified the prisoner yesterday as the man whom they had seen quarreling with Martin in his saloon at 540 Clay street about 1 o'clock Monday morning. One of the boys saw him leave the saloon shortly afterward...
1 SAILORS ASHORE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
1 SAILORS ASHORE. The Vandal la'a T«r&lt; uglily Treated In a Kearny-Street Saloon. About 4 o'clock yesterday morning three sailors on the Vandalia,' named Frame Shannon, Peter Larson and Edward Murray, began to get rid of their money in the Whale Saloon on Kearny street. Timothy l'horntou, who is said to bo a notorious rounder of Barbary Coast, demanded with his gang that the sailors treat them, which demand, however, was refused. Ex-puzi-Ust Thornton started to beat Larson, who got brutally kicked in the melee which 101---loived. The sailors all received bad treatment, and were not forgotten by a waitress named Mamie Column, who scratched their faces and kicked them also. . Officers dimming* and Conway took her and Thornton into custody. '