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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
: : - .■■-•. ft BALDWIN THEATER. I ! MR. AL , aalPl^viE^:^ c^ d .^ ; fe MR. ALFRED WJUVIKK J '" .-.' LAST 5 xiairrs op the knoaoemext litMR. AM) MRS. KENDAL \ BUB. AND MRS. KENDAL AND THEIR OWN COMPANY. • Thin Ereninar ami Saturday Vl.atinee, Till: ! KX'S SHU.i.IM. ' Wednesday and Krldajr— A SCRAP OK !',l"&lt; • Thursday Evening ---ii i Saturday Evening Next— ( . ■', formauce. .Mr. and Mrs. Ken the only time this season li presenting the charming one M V UNCLE'S, And Sydney Ga-undy's .- A WHITE 1~ , Seats now ready. Prices— »'-'. *1 •''-'. mm April 7th— Engagement of the raifjj . ItOSTOMANS l-.Mil.lSlf OPERA &lt;■ . ' '• Fatinrtza," " Ira Dlavolo." "Tro&gt;atoi« Beat* for " Boatonlani " ready Thurs %. . " BALDWIN THEATER— EXTRA. Commenrlnc; Monday &gt;'ext, April 7th., Appearance of tr-"'i , 'a'&gt;i&lt;"u : '•::-■- -BOSTON.) ENGLISH OPERA CO.«P :' - . Monday, April 7th _ 1 Yon Snppe's Most Brilliant d| Tuesday PYGMALION AND Wednesday ...
MONUMENT TO EMPEROR NORTON. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
MONUMENT TO EMPEROR NORTON. Old Snifraatv's ret Hobby Repealed iii His. Caps. Hew- Hr. Haidap Fought the Opinion cf the PubJic Concerning a Site—Bejso'.ed Advice. ' He leaned against the building in a dejected attitude with au 1-am-weary-of-this-cruel-world-look in his bleary eyes, and when he had exhausted his scant stock of matches in a futile endeavor to ignite the ancient "stump" that was gingerly held in his dirty fingers, ho fell in a brown study with his gaze directed toward the saloon door on the opposite side ol the street The . old white hat, a relic of the Greeley campaign, was still jauntily perched on the side of his bead, but the position of his tile was the sole reminder of the days when he had been one of the " bloods" of the town. His clothes would not have brought a dollar in a' " hand-me-down" shop, nnd his ..boots were long past the possibility of repair. The heavy and matted beard concealed the shirt that had ceased acquaintance with the laundry, and he was inno...
martLvs assailant. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
martLvs assailant. The Kuife-VVlrlder Ideirf ,fl «d by the Wounded MrJ"'- J. M. Chebukar, a porter in the employ of Neville &amp; Co., bag lnnnufX . was arrested at 5 o'clock 'yesterday morning by Sergeant Hook and Officers Morgan and Young in his house, 21 (' over street, aud locked up in the City Pris B on a charge of assault to murder: Philip V aitin, saloonkeeper at 5-10 Clay street, Xl tout hours previously. The details oi the unprovoked assault aud stabbing of 'lartTfiiii the abdomen were published in yesterday a Call. Martiu was un ler the influence of liquor at the time and could no: eiva a satisfactory account of tho affair, Quite a number of men were arrested ou suspicion suM taken to the Receiving Hospital for identification by the wounded man, but it was not until 5 o'clock in the morning that the police received information that Chebukar wis the assailant. When the officers . arrived at Chebukai's house he was in bed.. -a. His clothes were covered with blood whi...
I'UEAl'Ett POl VTOES. *. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
I'UEAl'Ett POl VTOES. *. The Arrival of -Ifiy-n.ne Oar-Loads Deiuorallzes the Market*. Nearly all of . the c&lt; emission-bouses down town looked like exclusive | potato shops yesterday. Everybo lv was buying, selling and talking potatoes}'-' A " the .-.' able space on the sidcvalP and theJrooJ J in the wai houses. were filled -with gre piles of p •tatoes.* 5 The excitement wit caused by the arrival of ii:'tj— nine car-loads from the East yesterday and a consequent break in tha prices. Thjo Eastern shipmen* included every thiu; from some line Wisconsin ilurbanks to the commonest trash from Kansas. The general average, However, was very ' good and they were received in fine condition. The market foi' potatoes of every grade was affected and prices declined very rapidly. The heavier holders of the immense shipment made every effort to stop the break and late iv the Nay Mime of them stated that they did not' pro pose to sell at any such slaugi.ter ; figures as were being accept...
t --■»- *' — M-PC^»*.a——■. 'a A- ...---1 '"'flND^KlESll. . [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
t --■»- *' — M-PC^»*.a— — ■ . 'a A- ...-- --1 '"'flND^KlESll. . -I « x — -*-—-'■ ''"■mi B. Cox's but Against Lawyer Del mas a* Trial. The suit of Jerome OJuCO. against D. M. Delmas is on trial betorljudge Shatter and a jury. Cox is seekiij : the recovery of $33,000 from the de»;rf,iut attorney. In 1884, during the peiicUjcy of the famous, Cox-McLaughlin litigatm* over ' the . W&lt;?_?* crn Pacific Railroad, purchased a 825,000 claim of the Mieivtel Keeso estate and all) per cent contingent counsel claim of Moses. &lt;;. Cobb, paying therefor about 43000.° At the time "iieliiLii was Cox's attorney, and he purchased vn« claims at the client's instigation, to preVAnt them falling into the hands of Mrs. -&gt;lrf.augiiliii, who had -becGme executrix of the estate of her husband, who was shot arid' lilled by Ccx. The latter now alleges thai imas merely ; advanced the money to purchase tlie claims, ..but lias appropriated them no liis own use.
m WAUDt 111 J A HEW KOLE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
m WAUDt 111 J A HEW KOLE. . Has Sued ".Water-Tank" Flake, the ' ..Manager, for Damages. V Frederick Warde, the, tragAdian, has filed a complaint in the UnitedaStates District Court against J. D. Fiske.tlho theatrical manager^. alleging that' he conspired with the .constables at Fresuo to prevent his playing" at : Los : Angeles •un '. tis - date on which he was billed to play— til ISth it:-.: 'Eiske ; had Warde's - baggage seized at Fresno on the 17th, claiming that tlie trage- . diau was under contract to play, Aider his management at Santa Kosa, hut \riad repudiated his agreement' and Warde-was compelled to pay $lt!s to release his effect-, but asks 810,000 damages, as he Considers the publicity, given the seizure has injured him to- that extent. -- The actor denies Rut .he entered into a contract to play „i Santa Kosa -anywhere else with Fis"ki\ lie -further declares that he will test the metal of Fresno justice. ..- ■ : .
C JIKS- CAWLEi'S LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
C JIKS- CAWLEi'S LETTERS. .They' Are Read to the Jury on the Trial ...: " ,of Mrs. XarHrnFaillns- V-| '; /".-. The trial of- Mrs. Xariffa J. Falling lot the murder of her husband was hot resumed' J until yesterday afternoon, owing to the absence of Juror J. 15. Galland, who had be -, .called suddenly to Merced last Saturday h* reason. of an* injury to the manager of hi ranch. The. prosecution .'made an effort :. A "prevent the iutroduetion" in evidence of tie! letters written by" Mis. Cawley to ■ the de. ceased while at Portland," Oregon, but tit, I were finally r permitted to be read to ll ■ jury, These missives are alleged to nav, l cause the defendant's dementia, which re-1 suited in the killing. . - ° „ ° °■-X 1
'--*. Mrs. Oliver's B.qiHti,' '*.'.'. o .A [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
'--*. Mrs. Oliver's B.qiHti,' '*. '.'. o .A The will of the late Mary F. Oliver of this 'city was tiled in the Probate Court yesterday. Abput. 575.000 is disposed ■of as follows: To Edward J. Oliver, husband "f deceased, and her brothers and sisters, $5000 each; to Michael Carroll and Michael Gately, her uncles, $1000 each ; to Annie and Teresa Gately, her cousins, $500 each; $500 in trust for the Sisters of the Holy Names iii Oakland; $500 for the » Altar" of the Blessed Virgin in St. Ignatius^ Church j $1000 for masses for lier soul; and nllher •real and remaining personal property to .her mother, Mary li. Tobiu, Who is also ' nominated as executrix. „ . ° °° • — ; - » .." &lt;•
San Qu*iiiin'Servicea.-._*;'. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
San Qu*iiiin'Servicea.- ._*;' . ! V The TV oman s Christian Temperance Union has permission from the Heard of Prison Directors to holds religious exercises in the chapel at San Quentin Prison once a month and to visit the prisoners from time to time. The services wilt be ! held on the first Sunday of the month. The initial service was given last Sunday.
V; ilie'l'»ik;WotKmm. . [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
V; ilie'l'»ik;WotKmm. . ■A Mary E. Tendleton sent $25 to i the Citlizens'Committee lor the relief of the unemployed yesterday. Ther^ere 6S6J men »at 3 work in the y Park o durinm!ie day. s The road upon which the in' Tßt" employed will probably be finished wJOTtTtWO weeks, and the money In the bands of the committee will be exhausted. XX- „■-, -.-.. ■■'• " - n. — '222.*; ss ;
SPRING OPENINGS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
SPRING OPENINGS. Tho Women Go to See the Mill- inery and Pretty Gowns. Hats That Are Flat Plateaus Covered With ; Flowers aad Bonnets That Are Filleted J a la Grerqne With Ribbons. Special Fsshioa Letter to The Moaxisa Call. I have a pride, akin to that of the Philadelphian who had never been to J Wanamakor's, in never having attended an opening. A woman of a modest conservatism so extreme that she lets her .: veil ■ down when she passes a news-stand will exhibit the frenzy of J a temperance lecturer — tbis sentence is a v plagiarism—over a new pattern ■of finger- wide pointed fine passementerie. Yet early in the morning, while the sheets are being lifted from the counters and the salesgirls are smoothing down their holiday frocks, before the pink and white azalias begin to wither or the advance guard of the crowd has eared on the field— crowd iv a drygoods house must be reckoned .with pestilence and sudden death .in the list-^of things from which to pray to V- be delivered — the -e...
GUEST OK BOARDER? [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
GUEST OK BOARDER? A Distinction In Law Difficult of De- . Judge ; Hunt yesterday overruled the demurrer of S. F. Thorn. . manager of the Palace ■: Hotel, to . the complaint of -: Br. Thomas Coyson, who has sued to recover J $25,000 damages for having been ejected from the Palace, after making an agreement for rooms at $100 a mouth and refusing to pay an advance in the rent. In ills' opinion Judge Hunt says: "If the relation between the parties was that of board-itie-house keeper and boarder rather than' that of inn-keeper and guest, the defendant would have the right at his option to terminate: the, agreement. .' The distinction between guest and boarder in law is difficult to - determine. i • • • The question &gt; was not Involved as contended in the demurrer, l because the complaint merely charged that the '■ plaintiff : lodged ■: at the hotel unde,r a special agreement; that the defendant Had violated the agreement by raising the | rent, and that the plaintiff had been da...
A CLUMSY ROGUE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
A CLUMSY ROGUE. John Russell; Attempts to Pass a • Forged Check. Fredarick BanVs Anxiety to Make $25 A'mVit Involve) Him in Trouble— The Prisoner J . Exposed as a Fraud. .. .* :• .v- ' ; ' .■•■,•■■', John Russell, alias '. W. Franll, a middleaged cripple, who, having lost his right leg through an accident, lias replaced it with a wooden one, is a most J clumsy rascal. .' His dishonesty caused him to be arrested yesterday afternoon by Officer Manning of J the Harbor Police, who placed a charge of forgery against him at the North Harbor Station. The complainant's gullibility, moreover, is not the least remarkable feature in connection with the case. . V Yesterday about 1 :30 o'clock Rttsse'.l entered Fred Kink's J' bar-room, at 717 Davis street, and ; stating;: that he had , recently come down from Departure Buy, where he had been' working as an J engineer at the Dunsmuir coal mines, asked Rank if he would cash ... a cheek •. for him, at the same time handing him a check for $300 on t...
i^v-'r-.KAILiKOAB •■ .NOILS. .-"""- [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
i^v-'r-. KAILiKOAB •■ .NOILS. .-"""-- A Reduction on Rites for Orange, and Deciduous Fruits. OX'«0 X'« ; JThe Freight Committee if the '/ranscoutinental Association, composed of W. A. liissell of the Atlantic and Pacific, who also represents the Santa Fe, li. Campbell of the Union Pacific, C. F. Smurr of the Southern Pacific, S. P. Hyues of the Southern California, W. M. Baoke of the Denver and ltio Grande Western, W. 1). Sanborn of the Burlington, F. H. McCormick of the Pock Island, S. W. Fccles of the Denver, Texas and Fort Worth, S. W. Fulton of the Northern Pacific and K. P. Rodgers of the Oregon ami California, convened yesterday morning at the Palace Hotel. -"„'■" The subject of rates was- discussed, and the committee at once proceeded to make uniform rates on orange shipments to the tallowing points: Chicago, St. Louis and Missouri River. " Hitherto the rates have been Sl 25 per hundred pounds to Chicago, and St. Louis, ami $1 12% to Missouri River points. The rate now lixed ...
Those Japanese tiirls. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
Those Japanese tiirls. The Japanese to whom the two girls who recently arrived by J tire J steamer City .of Peking were consigned have determined to liave them landed, lv spite of the fact that the Collector has remanded them to ; (heir native country. An attorney has taken up the cases and sworn out writs 'of habeas corpus before the United States District Court asking for, the release of the girls. Collector Phelus will fight them • with as much vigor as ;he does those of Chinese women. -.■■■'-•-.■ _
Informations Filed. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
Informations Filed. Frank J. Gray, clerk -; to * the j District Attorney, filed the following Informations In the Superior Court yesterday: .: Charles Edmonds, fi alias Alike Barry ■&gt; and i Patrick Harry, assault to rob; Charles Jacques, assault with a deadly weapon ; Mali Him, murder; S. Stincfellow, burglary.! -
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
HE WAS ASHAMED To Ask Again, But His Frank Letter Got It for Him. A few months ago an nnfortunato In one ot our city charitable institutions was Inspired by the statements la the newspapers with the belief that Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla would help hlra.; But without money, how to Ec t 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 we quote the following: '- X-W..X ■ "I suppose you know me by this writing and my circumstances and condition. - Although I am improving, I ask of your generosity for another bottle ' or your Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla. The action of its laxative properties Is perfection itseir./ it has so thoroughly regulate i'my system that my catirrh, rheumatism, constipation and beadaciiefare all better 1 reel ashamed to ask in this way. but what shall I do? ....