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GETTING THK NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
GETTING THK NEWS. When a New York Grand Jury had the Black case under consideration a World reporter concealed himself behind some curtains, and in this way furnished the paper he was serving a report of the proceedings. The World editorially condemns the "mistaken zeal" of its reporter, but before doing so used the information thus obtained. Other New York journals are not inclined under the circumstances to accept the editorial disclaimer in good faith. They reason that if the World really did condemn the "mistaken zeal" of the reporter it would have abstained from publishing his report. Admitting that the editor did not see the reporter pulled out by the ear from his place of concealment, he must have known that the report at the time It was' handed In could only have been obtained- by stealth. There is some talk of punishing the reporter for contempt, but in view of the fact that his report was published contempt proceedings might be more instructive if directed against the resp...
EDITORIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
EDITORIAL NOTES. It is the impression at the national capital that the present session of Congress will be prolonged through the hot summer months, lt is proposed to continue Congress in session until the census returns have been made and then rush an apportionment bill through with a section providing that for a year the districts in each State shall be constituted as at present, the additional members to be elected at large. It is calculated that this plan, if carried out in preference to the McComns bill to prevent the redistrictint; of States, will head off the Democratic gerrymander in Ohio and Maryland. Tho Army Appropriation Bill contained an item of $130,000 for "canteens" at army posts, to contain a gymnasium and a read-ing-room and to allow the sale of beer, wine and lighter drinks, which Congressman Morse of Massachusetts strenuously opposed, endeavoring to secure the adoption of a proviso that no alcoholic liquors, including beer and wine, be sold or supplied to enlisted...
BITUMINOUS HOCK. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
BITUMINOUS HOCK. __ A Patent Steaming Process Become! the Subject or Litigation. The Pacific Contracting Company yesterday entered suit in the United States Circuit Court against the Southern California Bituminous Paving Company, asking for an injunction and also for 815,0. _ damages. The plaintiff company claims that the defendant is infringing on a patent process for steaming bituminous rock of which the former is the exclusive owner. A temporary injunction was granted. The Southern California Company is now laying a bituminous pavement on Broadway, between Seventh and Eighth streets, in Oakland, and the injunction will put I a stop to further work until the case is settled. . ... ■
Argument a iv the Cox Suit. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
Argument a iv the Cox Suit. The suit of Jerome B. Cox against D. M. Delmas to recover 833,000 was on argument yesterday before Judge Shatter. J Philip G. occupied the morning i session, confining himself largely to the relations between attorney mid client,' nnd Mr. Delmas spoke in the afternoon. The i court-room was crowded all day with _ attorneys, who evinced a deep interest in the arguments.
BAD FOR CHEBUKAR. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
BAD FOR CHEBUKAR. The Coroner's Jury Charges Him .Villi the Murder of Martin. An inquest was held yesterday In the case of ; Philip Martin, the saloon-keeper, who was stabbed at an early hour on Monday morning In his. saloon at 510 Clay street. The following verdict was returned: We, the Jury, find that Philip Martin came to his death lrom hemorrhage and shock, from a kui.'e-wuuiid in the abdomen, inflicted by a knife In the bauds of Martin X hei itkar. and we further charge the said Martin Chebukar with the crime ol murder. No one saw the affray, but very strong circumstantial evidence was given by two messenger-boys who had been delivering dispatches to Tin: Call on Monday morning. One of them went into the saloon for a drink of soda-water and saw Chebukar there quarreling with the proprietor. He saw Chebukar's cane fall upon the floor and picked it up. It was found afterward in the prisoner's bouse, covered with blood, and was exhibited to the jury. , The other boy heard the row ...
JEW HOW YEE'S WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
JEW HOW YEE'S WIFE. The Troubles of a St. Louis Merchant and His Chinese Bride. Jew flow Tee, a Chinese merchant of St. Louis, who recently arrived with his wife from lloug-Kong by the steamer City of Peking, swore out yesterday a writ . of habeas corpus for his better half, who has been refused a landing by the Collector of the Port. Yee is well known in St. Louis, where he has resided for many years, and he has with him credentials which prove beyond peradventure that he is a merchant and entitled to a lauding. He has letters from the Chief of Police, Judges, attorneys, physicians, merchants and the Methodist Bishop. Mrs. Yee, however, is not so well provided, and acknowledged to Interpreter lJnkaids OB her lirst examination that she was born in China and had never been in this country. The Collector therefore refused her the right to come ashore though convinced by a marriage certificate, signed by a Christian missionary in China, that the woman is really Yee's wife. Had the fond...
Avvnrdeil 8325 Il, [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
Avvnrdeil 8325 Il_m__'&lt;_, Judgment for $-_.. damages was awarded yesterday by Judge Hunt to Mrs. I.osina Kuss against the Commercial Tea Importing Company. The plaintiff was passing the company's store at 0"-7 Market street on July nth' last, when the awning over the entrance fell and injured her. She sued for 55000 damages.
A Sewer Nuisance. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
A Sewer Nuisance. The residents of Adler street, a small thoroughfare between Montgomery avenue, Dupont and Pacific streets and Broadway, have complained to the Health Office of a nuisance caused by a broken sewer. GOOO Easter eggs at Town .end's. Palace. • Guardian Appointed.— Judge Coffey has appointed H. C. Hansen guardian of Jens Auaersen Sorensen, a minor, who Is heir loau estate valued at S2OO. Chocolate cream eggs, sc. Townsend's. ° ' An Unpaid Debt.— John L. Cahill has entered suit against Mrs. L. E. Asbbv for non-pay-ment of a debt of $378 10 Incurred to George 11. Howies, who assigned lo plaintiff last winter. Panokama eggs at cost price. Townsend's.* 1 Actions fob Divoiice — Actions for divorce have been commenced by Mansucto Petrocchl against Adelaide Petrocchl, Emma Simon against Charles Salmon, and John M. Polk against Nettle M. Polk. Famous broken candy, 'J lbs, 2,~.c. Town .end's.* 1 Missing Hi:iMiAiii-.it._l,i,iils Brunbaber, the young German who disappeared recentl...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
".-.,' -„--?'iy-- l -V. 1.?.'.l .?.'. tip -"IK^TIXUS. B'TP Verba ituena Lodge of 1-erfec- '&amp;• "►-** tlon, No. U — Stated meeting THIS M (FRIDAY) EVENING,:'- April 4th, at 8 A o'clock, [It] OEO. J. HOIIE, Secretary. c__i_t» I_vssr\ 'Notice— Ophir Lml-e, &gt;*. .^vMiiiSr*," vBe-*' 171, I. &lt;&gt;. O. V. To the officers _§*?___£«£•■. ' and iiiemljers: You aro requested to be "^ _JBr_P=* present at the next regular meeting on "^^-OT^ 5 " FRIDAY EVENING, April 4th, as there Is to be election of representatives to the Grand Lodge li» order -■■■■■:.. ..... ... E. I. JONES V a ■ Wit. H. Tayloh. R. S. ___y»P4 It ff r^*,. The (iraml Offlcora of tho _____«_&gt; I*-" Companions of the Forest of the Slate ySAI ot California are hereby notified to assemble VI at the Oakland ferry, foot of Market street _E_A I (broad gauge), THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING. __tl__. lor the 8 o'clock boat, to go to Alameda, tor the purpose of visiting Hamlet Circle, No. 61. Mem- ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
.:':■_ MEETING NO'nCES-CONTC.IJED. ',. j^^s Stevedore * Enj-ineers* - Protective Association— regular quarterly meeting of this society-will be held 1 HIS EVENING (FRIDAY), April 4tn, at St. George's Hall, 909 __ Mafket st. Important business will be transacted. -- AH members are requestod to be present. - ~ - -■..-.--. C. Nl-.YLAU, President. P. L. E-.-NOR, Secretary. .. It -" K_S" Annnnl Meetintr Notice— ____*__! -»-=' meeting of the stockholders of the Electric Improvement Company, for the purpose of electing Directors and for the transaction or such other business as may lawfully come before the meeting, will 1 I be held at the office or the company, 35 New Montgomery st., S. P., on FRIDAY, April 4, 1890, at 3 o'clock P. it. ■ [lt»] 1. GUTTE Secretary.Q J-f-^g*-» Animal Meetinir Notice-The Annual l_r*J' meeting of the stockholders or the Fidelity Building and Loan Association for the purpose of . electing Directors and the transaction of such other business as may lawfully come ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
. . " SITUATION'S— MALE. ;" , ' .•-'-"&gt;"?; SWEDE WANTS SITUATION AS GARDENER* is good hand at horses; good references. Address A-JL, Box 149, UAH. branch pace. ■■ ap4 at* ■ COLORED ' MAN AND WIFE WOULD LIKE A ' place to work, man as coachman and wife 1 as cook; references given, if required. Address 3 Williams st ... .-■-.. -apt at*. MAN WANTS POSITION TO DO 4.NY KIND OF work: help tend bar or clean up:' small wages. Address A. M.. Box 8, this offlce. - au4 It* .WANTED— POSITION - AS MINE, MILL OR "locomotive engineer: would like to go to Mexico or Central America; good references given. Address tor one week Engineer. 1474 Ninth st, Oakland.46» SITUATION WANTED :BY A MAN JUST t-J from Germany: is good milker, butter and cheese maker. Address ANTON WEGEK, 546 511asiou st. ..' .- _ , ap4 St* . ACTIVE MAN OF GOOD ADDRESS" WISHES to represent a San Francisco house In Southern California: grocery line goods preferred. I Address Drummer, Box 106. Call Branch Office. ap4 11* OSI...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
i HELP WANTED-COXTINPED. IV* ANTED-GIRL WHO HAS F_XPERIENCE TO I' work - on ; custom vests. 632 Green, 7 rear bouse, near Powell. .--. - ' : - - ■■■- ap3 2t* --.' - fflm DOWN AND 60 CENTS PER SHARE PER • •a)— month will purchase shares iii tbe Republic; Savings. Building and Loan Association; $16 per month will pay off a loan of $1000; call or send ror prospectus: open dally and evenings until 9 o'clock. 624 Market st. Mr 30 tf ~ LADIES TO LEARN SHORT-HAND AND TYP . writing. Keamy and Clay sts. * - .' lnr3l 78 ■ IVANTED— APPRENTICES TO LEARN DRESSii making trade thoroughly. 961 Howard. SO 7t* MALE . HELP WANTED. WANTED - SECOND COOK FOR FRENCH ll restaurant, $30 and room; ■&gt; boarding-house cook, $35: restaurant waiter, country, $50 anil room; boy for private family, $15; German boy to work around resort, $16 and found, etc., at DE* LORSIE A ANDRE'S. 320 Sutter St. - . It vy anted— tisiber-ff;ller FOR LOGGINGII camp, $45: middle-aged man as janitor, $-10; blacksmith's help...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
" - _FinityTPßE WANTED, . PATENT- KITCHEN- TABLES, SI 50 each, AT , I H. SCH ELH.AAS' Furniture Store. 408 Eleventh _L, Oakland.^ _-.-■■ . . . ■ : -. fleCeodtf TERRY A CO., 747 SIARKET ST., OPP. DUPONT, | A will buy your furniture for cash. j_2s tf ° - L. JONES 4 CO.. GENERAL AUCTIONEERS, . 25 and 27 Eighth st. ; telephone 3431: the highest cash price paid for all kinds of furniture, carpets, planus, book.;, etc. v fe23 tr i~rOU CAN GET MORE MONEY FOR YOUR SEC-» . ond-band furnitore from -J. Noon an a CO., 1021 Sllssion st, nf. Sixth, than elsewhere ja!4 tr LUNDY, FURNITURE AND CARPETS/* • .' agency or the Union Folding Beds, moved lrom basement of Flood's Building to 829 Sla/ket, bet Fourth and Fifth; highest price paid for" second ■• band furniture. . - ' - . jal tf ■_ A LARGE QUANTITY OF SECOND-HAND FUR-D nlture wauted; 20 per cent paid more tbanels_-_ where. SI ALONE. 34 Fourtb jt; uew store mint .-, lI.AKI.E QUANTITY OF SECOND-HAND FUR-r niluro wanted; 20 per cent paid more tha...
HEBREW CHARITY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
HEBREW CHARITY. The New Home for the Aged and the Disabled. A Benefit to Be Given , Sunday . Wight— Orphan Asylum 'Which Is the Pride - J: of Califcrnia Israelites. . ■ - • ■ .V .;■ The announcement of a benefit on Sunday evening next at the Baldwin Theater on belm!- of the funds of the Hebrew Home for Aged and Disabled recalls a pleasing fact in connection with Hebrew charity. . It is proverbial. The kindly care and attention bestowed upon the sick and needy of this faith, the generous aid always ready to flow, no matter how often the appeal be made, these are social characteristics of Hebrews the world over. It is an historical fact that a Jewish beggar is seldom if ever encountered in a Christian country. Tha pauper is equally a rara avis. It would probably be hard to put one's finger on fifty indigent Jews throughout the length and breadth of California. So well and so wisely are his wants anticipated that the pauper scarcely exists. Though doubtless this marked absence of paupe...
MEDDLESOME MURPHY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
MEDDLESOME MURPHY. The Marshal Has Him Now for Interfering With a Custom Officer. Kit-hard Murphy, who was arrested by Custom Inspector XV. A. Harrington on Wednesday evening and locked up at the Southern Police Station on a charge of using vulgar language, was turned over to the United' States Marshal yesterday for interfering with a United Stales Custom Inspector in the discharge of his duty. The accused was identified before United States Commissioner Sawyer and held for further examination in SSOO bonds. Murphy became very abusive to Custom Inspectors who were patroling Beale-street Wharf, and though repeatedly told to behave refused to do so. lie finally struck an inspector and was then locked up on the misdemeanor charge in order to hold him' until he could be turned over to the United States authorities. *'■ 17: -2
DIVOKCES GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
DIVOKCES GRANTED. The Wifo ol- Felon Allowed to 15c mine Her Maiden Name, Judge Hoge granted yesterday a divorce to Delia J. Mauritzen from Torkel M. Mauritzen because of his conviction, of a felony. Mrs. Mauritzen was also permitted to resume her maiden name of Delia J. McDeruiott. Mauritzen was convicted in Napa County, in October last, of embezzlement, and sentenced to San Quentin for one year. The couple was married : on August nth, 1888, in this city. Jens Christensen proved yesterday that his wife, Esther, deserted him, and Judge Levy granted him a divorce. Tbey were married December 23, 1882. in this city, and the wife deserted early iv 1886.
The Tivoii Opera House Case. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
The Tivoii Opera House Case. Judge Shatter, yesterday denied the motion of the attorney for Gettie E. Plate to transfer her. suit against J. E. Piatt, involving the Tivoii Opera House site, to some other department. It was claimed that the court-room clerk is related . to the defendant, and had given points to the press reflecting upon the plaintiffs attorneys. This was shown to be untrue, and the Judge set the case for next Tuesday for trial. H_fli-tU-_S-_HQn-tf---MWtamfS