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Fell Throuish » Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
Fell Throuish » Bridge. John J. Callaghiin claims $10,170 damages from the South San Francisco and Potrero Bridge Company for ! injuries received on January 19th last by &gt; falling through a hole in the company's bridge, and has entered a suit therefor. George Short cf Wilbur, . Oregon, bought a young greyhound a few 'months ago that bas tuiutd out a regular terror to coyotes.' One day last week he captured two on his masters range for whoso scalps the county •? aid ill. "•' ?_^^_Sr_l_S^__S__il_d
ALONG THE RAIL. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
ALONG THE RAIL. Redaction of Rates on Bananas Froni New Orleans. Pointed Report of ths New Tork Stats Bail road Commissioners— Keeping Acci- dents From the Public. The Freight Committee of the Transcontinental Association held two sessions yesterday. Nothing of interest was done at the morning meeting. At the afternoon session the applications of many merchants who desire freight rates reduced were considered. Alter a hot discussion it was decided to reduce the rates on banana shipments from New Orleans to San Francisco from 82 to 81 25, to take effect May 15th. The association . anticipates much trouble with the Eastern roads on account of these reductions. Ominous muttoriugs may be heard among the men who control the Eastern roads. ,__B__hE " We are between two fires," said a member of the freight Committee yesterday. "The people of this Coast, especially the fruit-grotvers, are clamoring for cheaper rates. We have made reductions which mean a saving of £200,000 to the fruit Indus...
KIMBALL'S JOKE O.N FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
KIMBALL'S JOKE O.N FIELD. Gold and Sliver Mines Heine Opened Up Neap the Marble Quarry. Frank Kimball took a small piece of polished marble from liis pocket while talking with Marshal Field at llotel del Corouado recently, remarking: "Mr. Field, 1 have changed my business and cone into the marble Industry." Chicago's merchant prince looked interested, and, after an admi ring glance at the tine-grained stone, which was a singular shade of yellowish -greeu, meant apparently to ask what form of the industry his acquaintance had undertaken, which Mr. Kimball forestalled by saying: "lam turning out tombstones. Now it seems to me, as 1 notice the evidences of years at the side there," pointing to tho gray hair under his hat. "that at your time of life it would not be premature to— to at least consider the — possible advisability of providing something substantial for, well for posterity to revere." "Oh ! Go away," retorted Mr. Field, "you remind me too much of brimstone." And the "little ...
COX VS. DELMAS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
COX VS. DELMAS. The Attorney Denies That He Was Under Any &lt;)!»! ii_tii, ma. ' In the case of Jerome B. Cox vs. D. M. Delmas, an action to recover $33,000, the defendant testified yesterday on the trial before Judge Shatter that he purchased claims held against the plaintiff on his own account and not as agent for plaintiff. He also explained his intimacy with Cox as his attorney and with the claims. Ou cross-examination he said that when he bought tbe claims from Cox he was not under personal obligations to him. The claims were for sale, and he purchased them under the representations made to him and not as an attorney for the plaintiff. The afternoon session was devoted to a legal argument over the propriety of an attorney purchasing claims against his client, and the matter was finally submitted for decision.
Fur Injuria! Received. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
Fur Injuria! Received. Patrick Burns has entered suit against Seuuett, .Miller ; &amp; Co., stevedores, of this city, to recover damages for injuries received while in their employ on June 7th lust by the fall of a load of sacks from an imperfect hoisting apparatus. -His right leg and three ribs were broken and his spine permanently injured. He asks $1100 for statical and medical attendance and $20,000 damages.
; Vogel and Hie Parse Trick. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
; Vogel and Hie Parse Trick. Israel Vogel, the slickest fakir =in this city who ever dropped a gold £10 piece into a purse and sold it to a country capitalist for one single silver dollar, has been | in I re-' tirement some time.: Yesterday he resumed his benevolent method of distributing . his surplus wealth on Fast street, near Market, ; and was: doing- a rushing business when Officer Egau arrested him for obstructing the street. Ho deposited a £10 piece with . the North Harbor Station-keeper and was j released from custody. Vogel has been repeatedly arrested, but bis possession of a "pull" and great native cheek and coolness have always been against his conviction on charges of obtaining money by false pretenses, devices or tricks.
THB STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
THB STOCK MARKET. Stocks were active but irregular yesterday morning, as will be seen by the board list below. The middle stocks showed no particular variation from the close of Tuesday and trading ln Potosl was light at */.')( a 5 12)/_i. . Sales of Chollar were 2250 shares at $4 85@4 70, falling figures. Not-cross sold at $3 25@3 45. There were no other changes worthy of nor^'ft___________SP*»____Ba____a"a9''_ Potosl opened the afternoon rail at S 5 50, hut was immediately run down to $4 80 under lively sales. Chollar sold up to $5, then down to fl 90. All the other Comstocks were quiet and weak at a general decline ranging from 5 cents to 20 cents. All day long there was a marked absence of the excitement that has characterized the market for a week or wore, though the Pacific Board rolled up a verylarge business in the morning session. The close was weak. I'otosi and Chollar both closed at $4 60, the balance of the list closing about 10 cents lower all around. Local securities w...
S'lMElfllNiT TO LAUGH AT. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
S'lMElfllNiT TO LAUGH AT. Census agent— And what is your bus--band's occupation, madam? Lady of the house— l' ut him down as a dog-trainer. Census agent— A dog-trainer, madam. Lady of the house— Yes; he works the growler.— East End News. .. , as • Willie— l wish I'd been Adam. Nurse — Why? Willie— He never had to be a baby and have a big, strapping woman like you to wash his face. • » 9 He (at breakfast)— l shall never ask you again what you do with your pin-money, my dear. Why not, Henry? .' He— l have found out. I stepped on about six hundred of them things when 1 got home last night— Lawrence American. , CO;'*', His Favorite Author: Mrs. Brunette (at the soiree)— Who is your favorite writer Mr. Gada.vay? Mr. Gadaway (who is in the oil business and who never read a book through in his life)— My type- writer.— Boston Post. • * • " You're perfect," said a lover shy, - Then paused In tremulous dejection: Then said the roguish maiden: •* NVhy Pun' you attempt to gain perfection I" -•....
Price Again ou Trial. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
Price Again ou Trial. The third trial of Henry F. Price on a charge of forgery was begun yesterday before Judge Finn. It is claimed that he signed the name of Judge J. V. Coffey ' to an order upon Executor John Purcell for the : payment of $350 out of the estate of Henry Welch. The two former juries disagreed. ■:-■*•.- ./. Three new school buildings I are to be erected in Spokane Falls, Wash., at a cost of from $15,000 to $18,000 each. s •■.h&amp;fewmm : ■ : ... ■ ■ .-.
SEA v AND SHORE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
SEA v AND SHORE. The Schooner Venture ; Libeled— Repairs In Order on the Ranger. - The Deputy United States Marshal at Port Townsend :; has seized ; the schooner Venture, ; formerly of ; Seattle. The Venture is less than thirty tons, and recently cleared for Nauaimo with a cargo of coal, " thus violating the United States law. * The Government thereupon libeled her, and the, trial of the case will be held at Olympia on April 17th. - The steamer Alexander Duncan is still discharging bituminous rock at Broadway. Wharf. A peculiarity of the rock is that when it is dumped on the wharf it packs again so bard that it has to be almost requarried to loosen It up enough for loading iuto wagons. The ferry-steamer Tiburon, during necessary repairs to the ferry-slips at the foot of Market street, will use Slip 4 instead of 3. The broad-gauge boats will alternate with the creek bouts in using Slip 6. It will take . about three days to make the repairs to the old slips. Two fine combination railr...
KEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
KEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. J. H. Hlrschfeld to 11. Llchteiisteln. lot on S. cor. of ( benery and Roanoke sts.. SNV. 113 x 60, and lots 359 and 361, Gift Map 3 810 H. Liehleiisteln to Anno Poole, lot on s. cor. of Cheuery and Roanoke sts., SE. 60x113.. 10 Ed K. Alsip to B. 1 . stelnman, lot 011 N. line of Geary St., 137:6 W. of Hyde, NY. 90. X. 137:6. E. 3. N. 17:6, E. 02:6, S. 17:6, E. 24 :6, S. 137:6 90,000 Jacob Schleicher to Ed Al-ilp, same 80,500 Frank l.iiiklus to X. ,11. Lund, lot on S. line of Fell St., 100 W. of llrodcrlca, NY. 25x137 :0. 10 Joseph Newman to Bridget Mines, lot on S. line of Waller St., 8 E. ol Lott, E. 185, SNV. 215.X. 52:6, X. to beg 10 Carl 1). Saiiield to Joseph B. Eliot, lot on 8. line of Broadway, 140 E. of Devlsadero, E. 38:6x137 :7VJ_ 10 Martin t-iilnlaa to C. Shea, lot on S. line of Duncan st. 126 E. of Church, E. 26x100 1 James Mccormick and wile to A. Small and wile, lot ou NY. line of Church St., 25 X. of Valiejo, N. 26x100 10 Margaret Rogers to Jo...
Hash -iii-l Mallett Company. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
Hash -iii-l Mallett Company. Articles of Incorporation have been completed by the Bush and Mullett Company, with H. T. Bush, J. H. Mallett Jr.. Charles F. Mallett. U. ;C. . Whitteuiore and A. B. Tenneut as Directors. The capital stock is 850,000. . with 1000 shares of $50 each and the subscribed stock 51000. The : company will manufacture and deal generally in gas, electric light and other artificial light and fixtures; also mantels, tiles and accompaniments. ,:.-';
A Libel Suit Dismissed. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
A Libel Suit Dismissed. The suit of Charles Goger against the Examiner for $10,000 damages for accusing him of being a "fire-bug " was dismissed yesterday. ; In the answer to the complaint the defendant alleged that the I article concerning Goger. was a fair report of the Investigation - made - by : Fire Marshal Towe relative to the origin . of " a fire in Goger's residence.
Dennis Morouey's Bequests. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
Dennis Morouey's Bequests. The will of the late Dennis Moroney. was filed for probate yesterday. The ■ estate is valued at $7000, = bequeathed ' as i follows : One ; thousand ' dollars «; to s Mrs.'i William Johnston, daughter of a sister; a watch and chain to a grandson, Ambrose Dunphy; $5 to a daughter, Annie Dunphy ; one-half the residue to another daughter, Nellie, wife of Morris Jacobs, and the ; other half to the grandchildren, Blanche and Addie O'Donnell. .-■.•'.•"-..-'■ ".-:., , v
YOS SMITE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
YOS SMITE. Kate Field on the Bill to Make the Yrilley n National Park. . -In a recent Issue of Kate Field's Washington, the editress says: * General Varulever lias responded ' to the call for the salvation of Yosemite Valley; thus to a Representative from Southern California does the republic owe the introduction to Congress of a vital matter— vital in nioro ways than one. If it be vital to preserve the Adirondacks as a State park in order to save the beautiful Hudson and the lakes of New York, equally vital Is it to save the water-shed of Yosemite Valley, where rain is far less frequent than on the Atlantic seaboard. General Vnndever's bill is drawn upon lines similar to those indicated in these columns last week. It proposes to establish the Yosemite National Park in California. and place it under control of the Secretary of the Interior. The Secretary is to see to the preservation of the timber, mineral deposits, natural curiosities and wonders from spoliation, and their retentio...
HOTEL ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
HOTEL ARRIVALS. BALDWIN HOTEL. Thomas Dixon, Nevada IJ It Glbbs _w, Srtga Spg C G Starr, Sacramento G II Wilson, USA ■I G Smith, San Jose Mrs E Henry, Sacramento VV c Ralferty, San Jose Chas B Howard. Chicago F W Corey, Sausaiito NY L Wtiltiiiore A w, Ptld J P Kien, Sausaiito 1) M Brown, Sacramento g NY Brown. USA ii siuiklns, Sacramento W F Perkins Aw, Denver H o soutliworth, stocktn Mrs ny It (Jailnti, Pinole F W Barnes. Chicago Mis S Moseley, Pinole C M Wilbur, Sau Diego Dr NY II Hodginan A ny, E B I euuessy, Seattle Saratoga Springs S Oiterhant, Sacramento ■I J Blauilin, OSS D X McLaughlin, Loudon William Piedson, Sacto _- OCCIDENTAL HOTEL. C Rosette A w. New York i; A McDlniock, Chicago Mrs i. C Brown, N V .George 11 Sudlaw, N V S Howard, Sacramento F O Howard, New York Jos': Dado. Guatemala C F Ackerman, Ohio - James Bright, IlonoliiltilJ Vf Bigger, Kansas City A Nay lor &amp; iv, Valparaiso J L Tharp, Sacramento Thos Smith, Sacramento NY S Sutton. New York 0 I. Miltrl...
– * General Merchandise. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
- * General Merchandise. BAGS— Calcutta, spot, nominal at 6 »_,@6'''_c: May and June, e*i&gt;c: Wool Bags, nominal; Potato Gunnies, nominal. LEATHER— Good heavy Sole. '25&lt;_!Sc; medium, 829384 9 ID: good light Sole, 20@'Ilo %l 16: damaged, lßc si tb; Buff, • 1 otitic * foot; Side Leather, »»_.ii_iloi,_,c 11 loot; Calfskins, SOaAiOc ft ID; Kips. *-id(_j),ii 'ft doz ; . &gt;'o. 1 Harness, ZH&amp;iOc; Mi. '.', S_o3tC * tb. .-«.." -■-&lt; :■-.■:■ • • ... . v ... -T' .', ~- SUGAR— California Sugar Refinery quotes, terms : net cash: Cube, 7e; . Crushed, - 7c; Extra Powdered, 1 7c; I Fine Crushed, :7c; Dry ■ Granulated, er/_,c; Confectioner's A, b'_,c; Extra C, 5-._, c; Gulden 12, s_o ,1 ID. Wfyg-al)_,'^i_fi/J|lli'llJ'lVJ_l«l 111 I