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. Knirlisli Wheat Market. ' [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
. Knirlisli Wheat Market. ' Liverpool, April 2.-The spot market is slow at 6s lld@7s. : Cargoes are weak at 35s for off coast, 34s for just shipped aud 36s for nearly due. . FUTURES. The Produce Exchange cable gives the following Liverpool quotations: April, Cs lHid; May, 6s lid; June, 6s lid; July, 6s lid; August, 6s lid; September, 6s lid. SECURITIES. Lokpov, April 2.— Consols, 93Vs; United States Bonds: 4's, 124%; 4Vi'8, 106; Silver, 43%; Rentes 88y 2 67VaC '_. New York Markets. New York. April 2.-The market opened more active generally. Atchison, Northern laclfic and Oregon Transcontinental advanced __ Missouri Pacific declined i,'., Sugar »;. The afternoon was higher and more active till the close. Total sales, 125,517 shares. Nkw York, April 2.— United States Bonds: 4's, 122; 4V_.'s, 104: Northern Pacific, 31.: Canadian Pacific, 72 M,; Central Pacific, 88 Vi; Union Pacific, 63; Atchison, Topeka and Sauta Fe. 88 _: ells- Fargo, 140 bid, Mi asked; Western Union, 82; Silver, 95s ...
I' .M^^^_____, OCx__i ST HAM tilts. v • _"; [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
I' .M^^^_^______, OCx__i ST HAM tilts. v • _"; Dates of Departure From San Franclaco. Steamer. eamkr. | Destination. I Bails. I Wimr ' I Destination". pu1c0.... Panama Apr 3.12 v r M 3 S Angles. San Pedro Apr 4. Bah Bdw'ya China. l- Japan.. | Apr 5. 3f m PH.I 8 atllla I Vie* Pit Sound Apr 6. Dtxißilw'r 1 meda.... Australia. Apr 5, Tin Oceania nlioldt... llumli'ililt Bay.. Apr 5, Ham w,un:n :lc&lt;i [SuDtaaa Apr n,iu&lt; uawy i ton .Portland Apr 6.10 am Spear eka San Pedro Apr 8, Hah Bdw'ra una llluinhol.lt Hay.. Apr 9, 9am Bdw"r 1 lona SanPiego....,,. AprlO.ll»ji Bdw'r3 lla Walla Vie 4 I'et Suund Apr 10, Jau BJit'r I ambia.... Portland Apr 10. 10am, Spear ainette V|Yaqalaa Bay. ... |Apr 11. aA*|Sesw'l4 •parttire of Australian steamer depsads on tha :tlsb inailH.
SUN AMI Til)!' TAIILE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
SUN AMI Til)!' TAIILE. In Pacific Standard Time. Computed by Thomas - Texxknt, Cbroneineter and Instrument . Maker, 18 Market street. H.W. Bui all. L.W. Large. H.W. Lar«;e. .-■!■ ill. ).. . 1... 110.28 AM 4.39 PM! U.tl.i AM S.ll I'M Small. 11.4: i am 5.15 pa 0.31 I'M U. 19 PM 1.26 PM 6.58 i-ii 2.30 PM 7.35 PM 3.43 pmi 8.21 pm 11.11 11.2 a 11.51 'i 11. 1 0.18 0.47 l.ao I 6.12 a 1! e.MjL I 7.37* |l 8.30 a
Sllll'l'lNtl IMKLLIGKM'K. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. For Late Shipping Intelligence see Eighth Page. Arrived. WEDNESDAY, April 2. Stmr Cosmopolls, Dettmers, 2½ days from Grays Harbor; pass and lumber, to Grays Harbor Commercial Co. Stmr West Coast, Jenks, 17 hours from Fort Bragg; 177 41 ft lumber, to Fort Bragg Redwood Co. Stmr Los Angeles. Leland, 2½ days from San Pedro: pass and mdse. to Goodall, Perkins &amp; Co. Stmr Oregon, Poleman, 54 hours from Portland, via Astoria 41 hours; pass and mdse, to Union Pacific Railway Co. Stmr Record, Jensen, 12 hours from Collins Landing; 4800 railroad ties, to L E White. Ship Daniel Barnes, Stover, 9 days from Nanaimo; 2000 tons coal, to John Rosenfeld's Sons. Schr Barbara Hernster, Hardwick. 18 hours from Bowens Landing; 170 M ft lumber, to CL Dingley &amp; Co. Cleared. WEDNESDAY, April 2. Stmr Pomona, Hall, San Diego; Goodall, Perkins &amp; Co. Stmr Jennie, Salversen, Kodiak; Northern Packing Co. Br stmr Wellington, Salmond, Nanaimo: R Dunsmuir &...
ACROSS THE BAY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
ACROSS THE BAY. A .Conference in Session of Baplist Bible-Readers. Kashers Warned by "White Caps"— The Durant School Addition— Work Resumed on the Cable Koad— Memorial Day. The Baptist Bible-readers' Conference opened at the First Baptist Church yester- __ v. Rev. Dr. Frost presiding. In the forenoon, Bey. Dr. Pendleton of Los Angeles delivered an address upon "The Lord's Word." As the doctor was a little late in arriving. Dr. Frost asked the question," For what purpose have you come to this Biblerenders'. Conference?" which was briefly answered by those present. Dr. Pendleton in his address called attention to the fact that when the nineteenth century began the distribution of the Bible was 5,500,000 in twenty-seven ; different languages, but that In the first ninety years of the century it has reached 1.070,000.000 in 235 translations by forty different societies. Rev. Daniel Read, LL.D., delivered an address during the afternoon on "The Lord's Day," and in the evening Rev. Dr. Fr...
WKATH OF GOD. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
WKATH OF GOD. It Is Prophesied to llurat Upon Oar People, . The following petition has been received at Governor Waterman's office, says the Sacramento, Bee of yesterday: To His Excellency, tlte Governor of the. St,tte of California— Greeting : Intelligence lias doubtless come to your Excellency Dial a steal earthquake and tidal wave are prophesied to destroy the cities of San fraueisco, Oakland and Alameda. _V*»____ri'-'*'4CBa_l We, tlio undersigned, would beg leave to call the attention of your Excellency to the following (acts: While a number of Cod's people ln Oakland were unitedly seeking his face, and the outpouring of Ins Holy Spirit upon them, after the pattern of Acts 1:14. many of them fell under llie great power ol God and had many vision*! dreams aud prophesies as promised lv Acts 11: 17, 18. and Joel 11:28.29. a The purport of the great body of these visions, dreams aod prophecies was that the end of the world, I. c., of this dispensation, was just about to be ushered l...
DR. CORNELIUS' KESHJIUTIOH [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
DR. CORNELIUS' KESHJIUTIOH Accepted by Ills Congree-iatlon and Referred to the Freabytery. The members of the Howard-street Presbyterian Church met last evening to take action on the, resignation of Dr. Cornelius, their pastor. H. J. Kerr opened the meeting, and after a brief season of singing and prayer. Dr. Cornelius addressed the members, giving his reasons for resigning, which have already published. On Monday next his resignation will be referred to the Presbytery of San Francisco, which will be asked by a committee representing the congregation to officially sever the relations now existing Between the pastor and the Howard-street Church. The committee appointed to lay the matter before the Presbytery are as follows: A. M. Kenedy, J. D. Koberts and G. S. Simons. ■ A committee consisting of G. S. Simons to represent the Hoard of Elders, Captain Peterson to represent the Hoard of Trustees, Alexander Boucit and IX. N. Lucy to represent the Deacons and Miss Jennie Klink the congre...
ELECTEIFiEU OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
ELECTEIFiEU OFFICIALS. Commissioner McAllister Actually Remands a Coolie. The Custom-house officials were electrified yesterday when it was reported that United States Commissioner Ward McAllister Jr. bad at last remanded a Chinaman. This astounding piece of intelligence was soon verified, and it was further learned that the remanded one was Chung Cheong, a "merchant," who had presented the usual "evidence" to support his claims. Though Cheong claimed to be a • merchant and a partner lv the firm of Fong Wick _ Co., the Custom-house records showed that when he left this country in 1888 he was registered as a farm laborer, the steamship compa'j/'s bosks also showing this fact. Though Special Attorney. Schell was in doubt whether Cheong might not be allowed to enter this country as a merchant, though be might have been a farmer, he allowed the Commissioner to settle that point. .
DR. WILLIAMS OBJECTS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
DR. WILLIAMS OBJECTS. He Ignores the Action of the Board of Health— Chances. Dr. Yeamans assumed the duties of City Physician yesterday, but ex-City Physician Williams ignored the order of the Board of Health appointing him to tbe subordinate ofliceof Police Surgeon. '"By- appointment Dr. Yeamans was to have met him at the City Receiving Hospital, at 10 o'clock in the morning, and they were to go thence to the County Jail. ' But he did not appear, so Dr. Bunker was appointed Police Surgeon pro tern, and Dr. Williams was dropped row the li«t. ■ ■ ' The ex-City Physician says he will hold the board responsible for his salary and compel them to show cause why lie was removed from his position. '
SHE BOUGHT A CLOAK. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
SHE BOUGHT A CLOAK. Blythe and Alice Kduli Once Visited a Store Together. The taking of testimony in the Blytba case was of brief duration yesterday, owing to the absence of witnesses. Meyer Berkowitz testified that he kept a store at 15 Dupont street in 1881, and that Blytho brought Alice Edith there and said she was his wife and to give her what she wanted. , She bought a cloak in his store a week before Blythe's death.
A Fall in Beer and Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
A Fall in Beer and Tobacco. Internal revenue collections in the San Francisco District for the month of March amounted to $118,933, against $125,875 for the same montb last , year. There . was $4G,C22 collected for beer last montb, $34,073 for spirits, $32,818 for cigars and tobacco, and 54814 from miscellaneous sources. The collections for the first three months of the year compare as follows: n_' BBS. 1890. J?, 0 "; $127,055 *11H,352 i'C"—;'.",' 101.496 106.998 a. stars and tobacco 109.004 87.973 Miscellaneous lljße7 11,087 '^ oul .' $352,312 $322,020 . These, figures show a large falling off in beer drinking this year, and a still more noticeable falling off in the tobacco trade, Tnis is attributed to the continued bad weather iv January and February, *-- --;
tin Demurrer Again. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
tin Demurrer Again. ■ The action to recover $200,000 and interest from 1875— all about s4oG,ooO— to have been obtained by William Sharon from the late William Burling, was In progress yesterday before .Judge Levy, who heard arguments on a demurrer to the amended complaint filed by Mrs. Leonlde 11. Burling, executrix of the Burling.estate, against the -trustees of the Sharon estate. ijmkiwti iw _m muictTa in *______
Fell Into the Sewer. . [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
Fell Into the Sewer. . .Jane Ann Findlay, an' elderly woman, was : carrying a ' plank jto her home at 19 Scott place, between Broadway and Pacific : street, yesterday afternoon, when she • fell • Into a defective sewer and sustained a fracture of the thigh bone. She was taken to -the City and County Hospital. • ■'- The oak staircase of a ■ new hotel in London cost $50,000. -.•..-.;•••-
MISTRESS AND MAID. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
MISTRESS AND MAID. A Debate in a "Women's Club on the Subject of Service. One Woman Thinks That There Ought to Be a Definite Arrangement Between the Contracting Parties. . Miss Lucy M. Salmon, who Is Professor of History in Vassar College, has a face of notably sweet, serene, wholesome intelligence, with broad forehead and 'smooth, blonde hair. She talked recently to a big club, which includes many well-known women, on "Domestic Service," with especial reference to the' "Vassar- questions," which, as many a housekeeper throughout the country know, have been scattered broadcast in the hope that the answers when collated may supply reliable statistics bearing- upon the "servant girl problem." which is so vexatious in the country because all the girls are drawn off to the city, which is so trying in the city because all the girls go into the factories, which is so insoluble in the South because there is uo foreign element, and so annoying in the North because we haven't the negro, whic...
Thirteen Times Locked Up. – I [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
Thirteen Times Locked Up. - I An incorrigible gourmand has for the thirtieth lime been before tho Correction Inbunalof Paris for swindling restaurateurs of dinners. Our Paris correspondent • says that he has been thirteen times locked up in asylums as a kleptomaniac, and as often escaped. His last offense was ordering a copious dinner at a cafe, and when bo had dispatched it asserting that he had not" a farthing iv the world. A week-previ-ously the cost of a dinner which he ate at the Matson dOr and could not 1 pay 8 for came to 53 . francs.'. ■. Some ■ years 1 ago Ihe squandered a fortune of £1400 a year "inguzzling. -According to Dr. Motel, who was asked to examine '■ him, -he . is a - hopeless case, wholly deficient in ■ moral - sense, and dangerous. He has. however, a genius for getting away from asylums. . The prisoner was remanded. A letter was found on him to the Due d'Orleans, hailing him as a fel-low-trencherman, who knew bow to do honor to the skill of the French chef.—Lon...
OWNERS JUBILANT. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
OWNERS JUBILANT. Mr. Sulro Quit-Claims Street Land in Park Lane Tract. It is claimed by the members of the Park Lane and Seventeenth-street Improvement Club that it lias accomplished the main object for which it was organized. ' At a meeting of Its members at Seventeenth street and Corbett road last night it was announced that a deed for several streets running through that portion of the city had been made to the city by Adolph Sutro. They claim that Mr. Sutro had promised to deed the streets some time ago, but had deferred the matter until the committee was appointed by the organization to wait on him. Messrs. B. Joost and W. V. Stevens talked the matter over with the owner, and an unconditional quit-claim deed to the city was filed for record yesterday. - The streets given areas follows : ■ From ■ the north end of Seventeenth street southerly to the center of Eighteenth street, and from a point 136 feet west of Clara avenue, on the east side of the district, to the east line of P...
BASK-BALL. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
BASK-BALL. Harry O'Daj'i Departure for the East. To-Iliy's Game. Harry O'Day yesterday afternoon left for Minneapolis, where he will play second base for that city's team. lie was not accompanied by Bill Brown, as bad been arranged, and Harry will make the trip alone. The young player bears with him the good wishes of every ball-patron on the Pacific Coast, and he will certainly make a record for himself on Eastern fields. Tom Power and Danny Long are already prime favorites in Baltimore. Manager Barnle is enthusiastic over Power, who is playing third base and captaining the Orioles, and says he has at last got his ideal captain. This afternoon will be pennant day at the Haight-street Grounds. The ting Oakland won last year will be raised for the first time In this city. It will also be the first appearance of a number of new players. 'llie contesting nines will be as follows": Oik Inn, ls. Position. Sacrameiitos. Cobb ■ Pitcher Harper I,ol) man Catcher Bowman Isaacson First base St...
TAKES FROM TUB POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
TAKES FROM TUB POLICE. Three More Chinese Placed in (liaise of the Marshal. Three more Chinese— Ah Sin, Ling Gooey and Sing Quan— were yesterday taken on writs of habeas 'corpus issued from the United States Circuit Court and turned over to the Marshal from the custody of the police, by whom they were arrested for visiting Chinese lottery places. The grounds stated In the petition were the same as those set forth in the cases of the six Chinese who were turned over to the United States Marshal on Thursday last When the men came to be released on bail of $500 each. Lee Vane of boo Dupont sireet and Ilea Hoy of B_i Dupont street went on Ling Gooey's bonds, Lee Tuck of 727 Sacramento street on Slug Quan's bond, and Gow Toy of 1031 Dupont street and Toy Ling Aug of 765 Clay street on Ah Sin's agreement to appear for trial. A Deputy United States Marshal also identified Toy Ling Aug as one of tbe six who were placed in the custody of the United States Marshal on Thursday last. lie is cha...
OLD IRON LIBELED. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
OLD IRON LIBELED. The Owner of the County of Clare Sues for Demurrage. The libel of R. J. Swyny, owner of the ship County of Clare, against 2185 tons of old iron was argued and submitted in the United States District Court yesterday. The libellant charges that the ship was chartered in London by A. Norrington &amp; Co. to go to Bombay and load with old iron for San Francisco. The County of Clare arrived here on the 22d day of November, 1867, but though the master reported his arrival and signified bis willingness to dock and unload at once it was thirty days before a wharf was provided for him. The owner of the vessel claims that he is entitled to pay for every day of detention and asks that the owners of the iron be compelled to pay him f_B6 demurrage.
PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT. Lord Salisbury, Prime Minister of England, weighs 230 pounds. King Menelek of Abyssinia has just mar. ried his forty-first wife. No cards. Walter Besant intends to visit this conntry next summer. He will come as far west as San Francisco. .. The Sultan of Turkey has been advised by his physicians to take more exercise, lie is growing very lleshy. The Czar has abolished the German Court Theater at St. Petersburg, and a French company will be introduced. Emperor William will endeavor to establish a personal entente with the loaders of the various parties in the Reichstag. The last eye-witness of the battle of Trafalgar, has just died at Sitlingbourne, Kent — Joseph Sutherland, a centenarian seaman. Benjamin P. Sbillaber (Mrs. Partington) Is 75 years old, and enjoying the laurels of his youth and verdure of his green old age at Chelsea, Muss. The Paris Matin intimates that Sarah Bernhardt will soon marry one cf her comrades, who has achieved several great successes...