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A tviilin Croak Lea-rue Branch. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
A tviilin Croak Lea-rue Branch. A branch of the White Cross League has been organized among teamen on the waterfront, and it lias at present twenty member". The following omcers have been elected: Key. W. S. -Bovard, President; Michael Tyrrell, Vice-President; George Adkins. Secretary; Gilbert Simpson, Corresponding Secretary ; John Burns, Treasurer. The society is the first branch organized here, and will hold monthly meetings.
John ltsnslian's Dentil. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
John ltsnslian's Dentil. John Kenalian, the dry-goods • clerk who was found on Tuesday morning In his room at 1020 Mission street suffering from the inhalation of Illuminating gas, died last night in the Itecelving Hospital shortly after 6 o'clock. Deceased was a native of Ireland, unmarried and 42 years of * age. He was a' member of the Dry-goods Clerks' Association ■ and ■: bis body will -be buried by that association, mil mi aluiif i" j.MtM.j|Wig| H CnuciKixiON. — The new ' oratorio : by • Dr. Btalner, "Crucifixion," • will be rendered by a choir of men and boysnumbertug forty and Ttitz- ■ uus lira-is Quartet 10-mmrow eveniiiK at the Church nt the Advent, Dr. Joliu i.iay. This will be tin- first time It has ever been sunt: by a vested choir iv this oily. J. Lewis Browne will conduct. - . No Lecture.— There will be no lecture before ihe Women's Kducatlonal and Industrial Union : on Saturday ot tbis week. i__ll,L[l„liit__W.____W_| Anna dinner take one of Carter's Little Liver Pills...
DUPED AND DESERTED. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
DUPED AND DESERTED. Sad Experience of a Young Woman Who Was Deceived. She Becomes a Mother in the Receiving Hospital and Is Left Destitute by Her Betrayer— He Disappears. A comely young woman of about 20 years applied for admission to the City Receiving Hospital yesterday about midday, saying she would soon be a mother. The Police Surgeon referred her to the City and County Hospital, as there was no room in the smaller . institution, and she would receive more attention in that place. She was very sick then and went away with a look of sad misgiving. • She boarded a car on Kearny street that connects with .the Howard-street cable line, and was on her way to the County Hospital, -when she was taken suddenly ill at the Market-street crossing. The driver stopped the car and a curious crowd gathered. . The unfortunate : woman was taken to a coupe and driven back to the Receiving Hospital. A few minutes after her arrival there she gave birth to a female child. To Matron Carr, who. had nu...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
THE GREAT SIERRA KIDNEY __&gt; LIVER CURE Is a new and wonderful discovery, manufactured from the pure fresh juices of the herbs of California, in their natural state, containing all their original properties. Delightful to the taste and ______ in its effects. Positively containing no mineral in its composition. Perfectly harmless and a sure cure for all the many troubles arising from the Kidneys, l.ivera:iil bladder; among which are Catarrh of the Bladder and Stomach, Dropsy, Diabetes, Bright"" Disease, burning, smarting pains in the small of the back, Gravel mid other disorders these organs are heir to. For Loueorrhea, Sappressed Menses, and all other female complaints. The Great Sierra Kidney anrt Liver Cure has no equal, being a blood purifier and enricher, wit liont blotching. It brings the fresh color of youth to the cheeks, and clears the entire system of all impurities. You will immediately feel the beneficial effects of this wonderful medicine. Give it one trial; yo...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
7i yy_ mscEi^MiiOTgy ■ yy. / / You now hive in opportunity to\\ / /buy a building lot in the geographJcal\\ ' '$ ', • ' / /heart of the city, and directly on tbe\\ / /line of the cable extension, for $100 to\ \ I /»400. according to size and location.! I I Those who desire to pay cash may do sol 1 I I Those who prefer can pay fit down and/ J \ \sls each mouth until paid for, with / / \ interest at bank* rates, 7 per cent per / \ \ annum. These lots are now within / / \\a stone's throw of the Valencia-// V\ street ; cable-cars _ and the// \&gt;V Mission -street - horse- 7// Ny\carllne, which .^**y/ /out\ / /is soon to be changed to a cable\\ //and also directly on the line Of tbe\ \ ■•,- /Howard-street cable . extension. The\\ f /locality is rapidly building up. It 1»\ \ I /perfectly healthy, and there Is no sand. 1 I I IThe view is superb, embracing a pano- I I I rama ot the whole city and tbe bay, I V while in the distance the high Sierras,/ / with their snow-capped summit...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
*_ r ATrCTICN SALES. CHAB.IEVY,AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, Salesroom— s36-538 California Street. THIS DAY. Thursday ..................April 3; 1890. At 11 o'clock *. _. on the premises, 835 BATTERY ST., CORNER VALLEJO, I Tvltt, SELL, AT PUBLIC AUCTION, ' '. THE FURNITURE, BEDDING AND UPHOUSTERINfi CONTAINED IN THE PACIFIC EXCHANGE HOTEL. A LA0. . . . .'.;, .'. BAR AND FIXTURES, " . HORSE, BUGGY. HARNESS, ETC. ._.•*" Can be bought privately previous to sale on the day of auction. . . »Pl CHAS. LEVY. Auctioneer. DISSOLUTION OF_CO-PARTNERBHIP. * ■*9k-XTC?_ , - JS.&lt;_.___3. By order or Arer Bros., M.J.SIMMONS, Auctioneer, will sell this day, at 11 o'clock A. M., at 1057 and 1059 Market street, their entire stock of over 810,000 worth of Elegant, Imported, New Parlor Bed and Dining Boom Furniture, French-plato Mantel Mirrors, Handsome Parlor Ornaments, -Wilton Body Brussels Carpets. Buss, etc., . ■ .'■■ CONSISTING IS PART 0P. '...'-- Grand Rosewood Upright Fiano; 40 Ele...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
_^__jnsc__i___ANEOTr_L, ; READY-MADE Suits and Dresses FOB Ladies, Misses aM: fit "l l °\° 1 ...Children. .. . To insure a big reduction of stock on hand (owing to our large spring pur-" J chases) we offer the following : • ° " = Extraordinary Inducements ! .^ ■ $50 LADIES' SUITS FOR $25 $40 LADIES' SUITS FOR $20 , $30 LADIES' SUITS FOR : $15 $20 LADIES' SUITS FOR $ IO ~ $IO LADIES' SUITS FOR 'fJSUv-S FRATINGEKS, 105 KEARNY STREET, SAN FKANCISCO^ " _ ° , 49"PoHtoflice Box 1A43. iiirjrl TliTu tt -; -_J HODGE'S! Cloak and Suit House, 8, 10, 12 AND 14 FIFTH ST., Opp. Lincoln School. -' . . g* LADIES*, MISSES* AND CHILDREN'S SPRING GARMENTS. Ladies' Embroidered Jacket, with ve5t.'.,..,.? 00. Ladies' Corkscrew .Jackets, all w001..... *...•..." 5 00 . ■ Ladles' All-wool Cloth Jackets, embroidered.. with tinsel __, _ 00Fine Cloth Jackets, with bishop sleeves at *■ ..• • velvet *..:„. :.:....• 12 00 Beaded' Shoulder Capes, well covered with" ' . ■ . beads, net sleeves : ;...:'■ a 2^ - Ladi...
A DOUBLE TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
A DOUBLE TRAGEDY. Warder by and Suicide of a Washington Youth. V •£ • -He Deliberately Shoots a Young Girl and Then Kills Himself. . . . • Their Bodies Found Lying by the Roadside by the Unfortunate Girl's Mother. _fo Cause for the Act. Special, toy Uie California Associated Press. • Walla Walla, April The bodies of Henry Sanders and Miss Delia Edington, a boy and girl, aged 19 and 17 years, were " fcund dead on the Jasper Mountain, Columbia County, on Monday night. The families ,of both' are close neighbors and Sanders worked, for Edington. The boy was sent on an erf and and on his return met the girl, who was returning from school, He asked her, jokingly, how many whippings she had ' received that day. The couple then walked down the road, chatting pleasantly. The mother of the girl, finding she was delayed, •• started down the road after her daughter. and half a mile distant came upon both . bodies.' The girl was tying on her face, the ' ground around her soaked with blood. In he...
SACRAMENTO. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
SACRAMENTO. .No Change in ths Situation of the Rorklin Qnarrymen'g Strike. Sacramento, April 2.— A special to the Bee says: The strike of the quarrymen at Kocklin still continues, and the strikers . have spent the day in discussing the situation iii a quiet manner. If any disturbance occurs it will probably be when the bosses • are to meet and decide upon a plan of action/ At a meeting of the stone-cutters last night it was resolved by a unanimous vote to stand by the quarrymen in their strike until their request for nine hours' work each day is complied with. The strikers are much encouraged by the fact that .the quarrymen at Loomis, Penryn, Foisom and Lincoln are with them and indorse their action. They have received' expressions of sympathy from the men iv each of these places, i The effect of the strike will be to close all the quarries, at least for the time being. Triable • may follow if any attempt is made to bring new men to take the places of the strikers, but the leaders o...
FRESNO. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
FRESNO. Sale of the Water Works— Arrest for Criminal y. J ' Assault. - . Fresno,* April 2. — The Fresno Water Works were sold yesterday to an' Eastern syndicate, the consideration being $200,000. It is not long ..since that a Selina young man fled to avoid arrest on a warrant charging him with betrayal. The charge was preferred by the eldest daughter of P. D. Bozeman, residing near that place, Bozeman Is one of, the most wealthy ranchers in the county. "Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Bozeman came to Fresno, and during their absence = Harry Colon,' who works for Bozeman, entered the room of Bozeman '&amp; bouse and assaulted his eleven-year-old daughter. The act was witnessed by a hired girl, who e revenied the commission of the crime. The daughter and the hired girl came to Fresno and told Bozeman the story of the alleged attack. Bozeman summoned his frleuds aud was about to make an attack on Colon, when it was decided to have him arrested on a charge of criminal assault. Colon was ...
' DISTRICT ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
' DISTRICT ELECTIONS. Anti-Irrigtuioniits Elect Four Oat of Five Directors in Colusa. . - Colusa, April"-— Much interest was manifested in .the selection of officers of the Colusa Irrigating District to-day. Out of five Directors the irrigationists elected only one, E. XV. Jones of, Colusa. The four antiirrigatiouists are John*Boggs, E. Q. Morton, G. S. Hemstreet and Charles Glenn. Tnis will effectually settle the water question for two years at least in the. Colusa ' district, us the Directors elected will do all in their power to clog the work. Modesto. April 2.— The election of officers for the Modesto Irrigation Company to-day resulted as follows: Directors— G. D. Wooteu, F. Cressey, A. G. Carver and W. H. Finley. The town officers elected were; Assessor, C. E. Cunuiugham; Col- ' lector, I. O. Owens; Treasurer, Isaac Perkins, o Keturns from one division in the district have not been received. . The' Turlock Irrigation district election resulted as follows: Directors— E. V. Cogsw...
°, *°, SANTA ANA. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
°,\ *°, SANTA ANA. Goodi Recovered— The Permanent Product Exhibit Move— Reckless Shooting. ° Santa Ana, April 2.— The goods recently taken from the Brunswick Hotel, for which Ward and his wife were arrested, were found to-day and are in the hands of the officers. Further developments are awaited. . Orange anil vicinity is in an unusual excitement over an assault committed this morning by a man 63 years old upon a woman over 80 years of age. A complaint has been -filed against the accused. An enthusiastic meeting at Neill's nail _ this afternoon was well attended to take | preliminary steps to establish a permanent exhibit of products from Southern California. Two members of tbe Executive Committee were elected from Orange County. G. D. Stedman last night, while under tbe Influence of liquor, fired three shots fro m bis revolver at his wife and two more into the wall of the room in which he was. He was arrested, but allowed to return to his family without a' complaint having been fil...
• HELENA. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
• HELENA. . . Sadden Death of a Gambler— Nominations for City Officers. Helena, April 2.— Nathaniel Dyson, a gambler, fell dead to-night in a restaurant of heart disease. His history is rather romantic. He was a son of a Methodist minister at*, .attvllle, Wis., and . had not seen any ol his relatives for twenty years. He was well known among the sporting fraternity of the Northwest His remains will probably be taken to the home of his father. ji ■' ii, i»i iiiii |)_ty-|ia^wW|Hl_i -jiHPi' Tbe ■' Republicans ' to-night nominated Joseph Davis, ex-Probate Judge, for Mayor, and presented a full ticket. - The Democrats did likewise with D. Bradford, Secretary of the Board of Trade, for Mayor. The Board of Trade to-day passed a set of strong resolutions,' asking Congress to place a.duty on. all lead ores from Mexico and other countries. - * ... -
VANCOUVER COURT-HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
VANCOUVER COURT-HOUSE. 'The County I Commissioners Tots to Erect a y.y '.••._...-.'■ Suitable Building. '. VA-CO uver, ',; April '■ 2.— The Board of County Commissioners ' met here to-day to take action in. the matter . of '. securing ; the' erection of ' a suitable] county court-house, " which ; they _. were prevented • from doing - until now, ;■ the bill, recently passed by 'the. Legislature .'.covering; the . subject ■■' ..--■*• .".'. -• '..-': '"'7y:'l :'':'---" ; " '-"27"*: not having been transmitted . until yesterday. There being considerable opposition lb the eastern portion of the county toward the ' erection of a costly structure, and a three-filths vote being necessary to appropriate a single dollar above the $25,000 paid by the Insurance companies, the board , decided to erect a building to cost not exceeding $40,000.
TOOK POISON. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
TOOK POISON. A Los Angeles Girl's Strange Death at the Police Headquarters. Lob Angeles, April 2.— Last night Lulu Wickersham, the fifteen-year-old daughter of well-to-do and respectable people, was found by the police In front of the cablecar engine-houst*. suffering from some drug. She was taken to the police headquarters and died this morning. It is thought she took poison. White at the station she recovered consciousness and chatted pleasantly, but gave an assumed name. She soon dropped into a stupor and . did not recover. No cause is given by her parents for her leaving home or taking poison. The girt was well educated and apparently happy among her friends.
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
VICTORIA. Captain McLean Sentenced— Bound for the Sealing Ground- Reward Offired. YiCToitiA, April 2.— The case against Captain Dan McLean, master of the schooner Mary Ellen, charged with assaulting a seaman with attempt to murder, was finished to-day. McLean was fined $170, which he paid. He sails for the sealing grounds to-morrow. The schooner Lily L of San Francisco has arrived. She will complete her hunting complement and then sail for the sealing ground. The Provincial Government offers $200 reward for the arrest of the murderer of Henry T. Sunbury at Vancouver.
EUGENE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
EUGENE. Republican Primary Election— Bobbery of a Dry-Goods Store. Eugene (Oregon), April The Republican primaries will bo held in this town and county next Saturday. Active wire-pulling is now going on by the candidates for District Attorney, Sheriff and County Clerk. The Governor and Congressman are lost git-lit of in the scramble to get these minor offices. The dry-goods store of Eastland &amp; Wilson, on Ninth street, was robbed last night. Thieves broke open the rear door and two suits of men's old clothes were left, the robbers taking new suits and a small amount of other goods, mostly clothing.
VISA HA. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
VISA HA. Accident to a Contracts— Resignation of V,a- --• der Sheriff White. Visalia, April 2.— William Fleming, a contractor of stone and brick work for the new County Jail, while at work to-day stumbled aud fell over the jail wall, breaking his left ankle-bone. He was' taken to the hospital for treatment. Under Sheriff White has resigned his position. No reason tins iieen given to the public yet. Au under-cuirent of dissatisfaction has been apparent ever since White was appointed, two years ago, as he was not a popular man.
SANTA ROSA. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
SANTA ROSA. A Heavy Vote Cast at the City Election -The Result Doubtful. Santa Rosa, April The election today was the wannest ever contested in this city. Ten hundred and sixty-eight votes were polled. It will take an actual count of the eutire vote before the result can be known, as much scratching was done hv both parties. Both parties claim a victory. The Keiublicans have a majority in the city and have probably elected most of their ticket. To-night it looks very much like rain again.