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His Thigh Broken. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
His Thigh Broken. William H. Dolman brought suit yesterday against the Southern Pacific Company for injuries received in a collision near San Fernando on April 3, 1888.' He. was in defendant's employ as fireman, and alleges the accident was caused by the incompetency of the conductor in charge of the train. Plaintiff's left thigh was broken, resulting in a permanent shortening of the leg. He claims 851,000 damages.
Harbor Commission. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
Harbor Commission. At a meeting of : the State Board of Harbor Commissioners yesterday. the contract for . repiling - and - repairing . Green -street Pier was awarded to Darby Lnydon. The contract price is 813 75 for piles aud 825 per thousand for lumber. Pay rolls for the sweepers, who.were recruited from the ranks of the unemployed, were audited. .
Music at the I'realdio. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
Music at the I'realdio. - - The following music will be rendered at the Presidio this afternoon : 1. March, "Northern R0ute"...... ...Smith '_. Overture, "The Golden Necklace" Herman 3. Walts, "Dublin" Labltzky _. Selection. "Boccaccio" Yon Suppe 5. Schott'sche, "-'lining In the Twilight".. liolltnsou 0. Trombone solo, "lm Xiien Keller". . .Heinemanu ;.-... ...... .--,... (Private Burrell.) 7. Galop. "Whirligig".....-..... Hamilton
Clouds Her Till.. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
Clouds Her Till.. .' Sabrina Frey has entered ; action against the Mission View . Homestead . Association to prove that the claim made by the defendant upon her property on Kansas and Sierra streets has '(laced a cloud on her title to the land, i She also avers said claim and preten- sion are without right, and asks that it l&gt;adjudged to be i without right, and that th * association be enjoined and restrained from - setting up said claim against her property
COMPROMISED. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
COMPROMISED. An Insolvent l-'nrn I tore- Dealer EfTccls _\ Settlement. o - , ': A meeting of creditors of Charles L. Tay- * lor, furniture and carpet . dealer ;of _130 7: Market street, -was held a few days ..ago, . ' when the statement of accounts ' : showed ' total liabilities amounting to 537J300, with assets set down at $33,000, thus apparently - leaving a deficiency of only 84000. . . A compromise of forty cents on the dollar has nowbeen . offered and accepted; with extended payments. ; »: , '""... S Of the liabilities SB4OO Is due and secured to . the banks, viz. : 84200 to the First • National Bank of Oakland, SIL'-O to the Union National of Oakland, and $3*200. to ft Market-street hank. Of . the balance of the indebtedness, about 515.000 is owin . in the -. city for merchandise, also about S'-K-Q to .'■ Eastern houses. Of the assets, stock figures for $25,000, on tho debtor's valuation,' bills receivable amount to 99090, -stock-'' fixtures are set down at 8880, and horse m...
STREETS AND SQUARES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
STREETS AND SQUARES. The North Beach Road's Attitude, as to Bitumen Explained. : * • ' o . • • ■ - • .. Statement From the Mission Widening Cu.t- , mission— lmproving San Bruno R.ed ; Grading Second Street. The action of the North Beach and Mis-/ sion Railway Company in using to pave between its track, on Kearny street with *' bituminous rock was the first matter eon- ' sidered by the Street Committee at its meet-" . ing yesterday morning. . . ••' ••"■■. Superintendent Michael Skelly explain, it - at length his reasons for disregarding the"*' requests of the Street Department. He said the company hid consulted its attorneys and obtained an opinion that there is no j law to compel it to pave with 'any thing ex- . cept such material as may have been on the 3 . street when originally accepted. He sub- * mitted a copy of this opinion to the committee. The company declined to pave with " anything but basalt blocks between its tracks, because any other material would not last so long. He ...
A STKOKE OE TAUALYSI&, [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
A STKOKE OE TAUALYSI&amp;, Professor Charles Bach Taken 111 on a I.ailroad Train. -- Professor Charles Bach of the Coast and Geodetic Survey is lying seriously ill from the effects of a stroke of paralysis at St. Luke's Hospital in this city. The professor was stricken down on Sunday last while in the cars on his way to California from Washington. He was . telling some humorous story of a- former visit ' to this Coast, when his voice suddenly became thick and before his hearers realized what had happened he fell helpless in - bis seat. Mr. Bach, who is about 60 years of age, has been connected with the Coast and : Geodetic Survey for many years, and was ■ on his way to Sau Francisco to take charge . of a surveying .party, destined for . tin* ; . mountains of Monterey County. He has a family in Xew York City. The physician who is attending him stales that he is doing as well as might be expected and that he may recover the ue of his right ■ side, which .is the portion affec...
Knllroad Men In Session. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
Knllroad Men In Session. The Freight Committee of the Transcontinental Association was again in session yesterday in Parlor A of the Palace Hotel from early in the forenoon until ' after 5 in the afternoon.' While decisive action .was taken regarding rates on various goods, no information will be given to the press until everything has been made satisfactory with all the railroads interested. The association will meet again to-day and will probably conclude its labors.
v Her Husband Killed. – [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
v Her Husband Killed. - Joseph A. West.. field was killed in a railway collision near . San Fernando on April 3, 1888, while in the ; employ ! of ; the Southern Pacific Company . as ' engineer. Jennie E. Westerfield, widow of deceased, entered action yesterday against said company for 850,000 damages and costs of suit. ;. The , Lanner gold . mine, at .Lompoc, turned out 8400 in four days last week.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
BI'SINESS CI-AN'CF.S." '. © ir.l) PARTNER WANTED IN WOOD AND '•"'. coal business; old established: man can draw »125 to $150 per mo. M. LESS, 995 Market. * Q9nnn '• AY SALOON, MARKET ST., DOING -_ —^'t'U. a large business; Las long lease; cheap rent; a bargain. M. LESS. 995 Market st it* £■('",« CANDY, STATIONERY. SODA FOCN- «. UUU. Uln and el.ar stand; 3 living rooms; splendid business. M. LESS. 935 Market st. lt* s *&gt;ilWl SALOON NEAR MARKET ST.; DO-«B.-_IUU. ing a business of $1000 a month: has a large stock and fixtures: cbeap reut and loug lease. M. LESS, 995 Marketst. It•S_lC_n7l FIRST-CLASS SALOON ON THE »X*J.O"U. best part of Kearny St. ; l.s handsomely fitted up: nas office and car.'. -room; this Is an old. established and paying business, and will repay mvestigation. Apply M. less, 995 Markets;. If* ImTTvTi BUTTER, EGGS, CHEESE AND l'RO- .*.''■''. duce; doing a good business: must lie sold at once. M. LESS. 995 Market St. It* -_Tl.lin WOOD AND COAL YARD; OLD ES-...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
BUSINESS CIIAKCI.S-^V6]_TIKI)EP.'w &lt;£"! Rft BARGAIN-FRUIT AND VEGETABLE AUU. store. MCLAUGHLIN. 26 Kearny. 4 21* e'JKfl BARBERSHOP; 3 CHAIRS; PAYING «(P-_UVr. business: departure cause of sale. MoLAUGHLIN ._ CO., 26 Kearny st. ap4 7t« Qf-^n SALOON; BARGAIN AT $1000. Me.x^OOXJ. nil, IN _: CO.. 26 Kearuy st. a 4 It* OS-inn SALOON; KEPT BY OWNER OVER 2 ... 1 ■ " ' - years; cheap at $700: make an offer. Mclaughlin _ CO., 26 Kearny st. ap3 at* . •_-*_ _ ft STOCKED SALOON'; PRINCIPAL OUUU. street. MCLAUGHLIN A CO., 26 Kearny st. ■ - . . ■ api 41* liS',ll A RESTAURANT, ESTABLISHED 7 &lt;„ ( OXJ. years. MCLAUGHLIN. 26 Kearny. 81 5* '--•.'.n CIGAR-STORE; BEST LOCATION*: •jT'-'-'Vf. large stock: glass fixtures; large room la rear; rent free; receipts positively over $10 per day. WO. 'PR 1 IP a co., 841 Market st. It* •S'.7'". BAKERY AND COFFEE PARLORS; 3 ."'"' rooms; receipts $20 per day; best bargain nd. WOODRUFF, 841 Market st It» &lt;S&gt;l f^nn GROCERY; ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
, ' -CITY REAL ESTATE. :' ' JV. PLUMRE. REAL ESTATE, 1402 VALES* . cla st., cor. 25th and San Jose Railroad Depot ; warm belt of Mission. ror3o 3t SuWeFr BABGAIN— 92760; COTTAGE 5 ROOMS, GAS, i'atti, etc.; can be raised and storo put underneath; tine business location: 1405 Church st, between 27th and Duucau. J. F. PLUMBE, 1102 Valencia st . . -■--■■ mr£o 3t SuWeFr tj._ir.nn mist BE SOLD; 2-STORY HOUSE, *4^«I.JUU. 6 rooms, batb, etc.; stable, carriagehouse, garden; nice home: 239 Chattanooga St., between 23d and 21th: good neighborhood: lot 2__ 117:6: street-work done; terms easy. J. F.PLUMHE, 1102 Valencia st uir_o 3t SuWeFr &lt;I_9'&gt;i.M CHEAPHOL'SE; COT PAGE 4 KOOMS, tJP-jO-lU. etc.; lot 21_114: one-third cash, balauce In 4 years at 7 per cent; sunny side of Duncan st, between Dolores and Church. J. F. PLUMBE, 1102 Valencia st. mr3o 3t SuWeFr LOVELY COTTAGE OF 5 ROOMS (LARGE) j and basement (planked), bath, etc.: lot 28x126; only $3400: part cash; 737 Church St....
Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
COUNTRY ; REAL ESTATE— D. l__&gt;E_riTE - INVESTMENT; 75 ACRES OF garden laud, near proposed terminus of Mlsslonst cable-road: every acre under vegetable cultivation; will. rent to pay 6 percent on Investment Apply to owner, R. T. WARD. 610 Clay .st. mr23 lmo -- j \VE 11 AYE A CHOICE SELECTION OF COLONY »' lands subdivided Into 5. 10 and 20 acre tracts at tbe uniform price of $15 per acre: on easy installments; send ror circulars. CALIFORNIA LAND ASSOCIATION. 634 Market st. - m.23 tt SCHOOL LANDS, $1 50 TO $3 AN ACRE: ON very easy terms; sold by the State in tracts to suit; uo residence or improvement required; ail kinds of lands, in many different counties; send slump for list Open Monday, Wednesday and Saturday evenings. F. YY'. LAKE, 0 Flood Building. 13 tt SCHOOL LANDS.- AGRICULTURAL AND TlMber. Public Laud Agency. .',07 Montg'y. H -I. 29 tt HOUSES TO LET. 9090 TAYLOR.NEATTGTuK^YviTTirsTtIu^M_JV__ XI and bath. $35; 2016 O'Farreil, 6 rooms, $20; 522 Fell, 8 rooms, $35 159...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
:'. y -■' rooms ;to ; lkt-conttnukd. OALJ VALENCIA-NICE ROOMS; HOUSE NEW; -lUU price low. ■ - . ._••.- v...- -:, apl3t* -.- -41 £» FRANKLIN— UNFURNISHED rooms; housekeeping privileges. - .- apl It* '. 7ft*_ MARKET — CHEAPEST FURNISHED I XJO housekeeping rooms with piano. apl lt* ■ £49 STEVENSON, BET. SEVENTH .-. AND o^x—t Eighth— Furnished housekeeping rooms. 4 4* SUNNY' FURNISHED ROOM WITH' USE OF bath: board if desired. Address 1026 Vallelo street. ■ . - . ■■. a pl7t« Qi&gt;C LARKIN, NEAR GEARY- LARGE FURXJ^iO nlshed room, suitable for 2 gentlemen or man and wife: no objection to 2 ladles; gas, bath; housekeeping privilege. ap2 4t* 1 '-.ft OAK ' COR - GOGGH-ELEGANT. SUNNY, XOXJ bay-wind w suites; gentleman and wife or several gentlemen; cbeap rcul. * ap3 lit ■ 110 TURK-LARGE SUNNY ROOMS; ALSO XXO flat forhouiekeeplng, $20. ap3 3t* ■ "I 'WY MCALLISTER, FLAT =' 3-NEYVLY- FUR- , x — v nlshed room: running water, hot and cold; bath: 1 or 2 gentlemen, or man and wife; use of...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
•' ""■..-■"■■'■• PEP.SOfTAH. ,11' ILL J. S. of BOX 33 PLEASE SEND IS adI " dress to MISS M. E. F., Box 91, Call Bran Office. ■!-_.- .. ..- - ... . .- -....- -.-.-, it :. IfDWARD TURNER lOF WEST BERKELEY— 1 Your father Is dying; please write. . ap2 3t* ' LADIES— IF YOU WISH TO HAVE XI.EG A I fitting suits, handsomely draped, made for $0, please call at .MRS. Morris*. 732y_ Geary, apl 8* 1 RASTER EGGS, WITH NAMES. TO ORDERi 1 from 10c and upward at HOOY'ER &amp; PRICE, N W. cur. Polk and Bush sts. .- ap3 -It LOR A FEW DAYS— BY CALLING OR SENDING 1 postal to Room 19. 17 Fourth st, you can sell for cash glassware, crockery, pictures, etc. ap3 3t* IV ILLIAM B. GALLAGHER HAS REMOVED " his furniture business to 1211 Market st, near Ninth; cheap rent makes low prices. ■ v ap2 tf - CARPET-CLEANING. 30 PER YARD; CHEAPest and best lv the city. J. li 3IITCHELL A CO., 230 Fourteenth st --ap2tf PIANO LESSONS AND ' ACCOMPANIMENTS. MRS. HARRIS, 323 Golden Gate aye. ap2 3t« HOWARD SCHOOL OF....
Page 5 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
v The Ability to Bear _._-_» _:: la the test or fortitude among the Indian tribes. [ But we defy any Cherokee, Sioux or Comanche to I endure the twinges of rheumatism without wincj Ing. These, Indeed, are slight at first, but grow In | intensity until they become unbearable. . No mat* i ady is more obstinate In Its maturity than that | which gives rise to them. '• The more need, then, or &gt; attacking It at the outset. Foremost among reme- • dies for It Is llostetter's stomach Bitters, safer aud Infinitely more effective than coichkum, veratrum. and nux vomica, all remedies which might prove destructive ot life In a slightly excessive dose. Mineral depurents, also, when not positively mis-; chievous, are far Inferior lv remedial power to this salutary botanic medicine.' It entirely expels from - the blood the acrid Impurities which originate the disease, and enriches as well as cleanses it. Consti- - pation, liver complaint, dyspepsia aud other all. meat, also give way to i...
OOOJD. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
OOOJD. FRIDAY. - a - O-DAY the Savior died, suffered the crucl- _-_!___ fled ' U»*B Yet could his falling eyes see the repentant's tear, Saying: "In Paradise thou shalt with me appear." "Father forgive 1" he prayed, such blessed words he said, " They know not what they do." This ln the face ot death, . This tor bis enemies, asked with bis latest breath. Vet do bis children now torn from bis face and bow. Hot to this lowly one, down to strange gods beside. And, ln their lust and pride, still is be crucified. How long will tbey profane bis pure and sacred name? - -.lacing bis holy sign, his emblems so divine, ' In midst of mockery on each unhallowed shrine? "I thirst!" " To each poor heart, struck by some poisoned dart. Treading the narrow way, ready to faint and fall. To the parched llpi that cry, earth gives her bitter gall. Oh, let ns kneel to-day, kneel In the dost and pray, Close to bis bleeding feet, seeking our soul's relief In deep, repentant grief, c'en like the dying thief, ...
LADY TAMAR'S APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
LADY TAMAR'S APPEAL. -KPHANIK, I act Cleopatra toJW*~; night. Is mv dress ready tV^-lS "Quite, mademoiselle. It Is per- ==*■ feet." "That is well ; yon may go." - The scene was a charming boudoir, furnished with elegance and taste, uiimiirred by profusion. The speaker was Ellen Vt ardour, the queen, at that period, of tho stage. Talented as well as beautiful, she 'was the rage of the town. Managers bent before her; her path seemed that of roses. Nevertheless, as she now reclined in afauteuil opposite her mirror her features were shadowed by thought which seemed like sorrow. On her French mail retirlug her meditations found words. "Again to-day. Again every day," she murmured. "He never misses. When I enter the stage his is the lirst faco I see. When I pass to my brougham, on quitting the theater, be is ever there, standing respectfully apart, yet paying that pure homage with his eyes that few women could resist. Who can he be? His dress, his bearing proclaim him a gentleman. His fea...
ISCO'oo. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
ISCO_-_'o_-AT_o_._. A German Catholic Newspaper to Be Published In This City. The following articles of incorporation were filed in the County Clerk's office yesterday : Dlrigo Mining Company; Directors — A. V. Oliver. Caii Davis, W. 11. Cone, Ed Dexter and 8. A. Fisher; capiial Block $10,000,000. divided luto 100,000 shares. The company's mines are located In Storey County, Nevada. German Catholic l'liuimg Association of tbe Pacific Coast; Directors— AhlbacU, Joseph Budtle, August Y'ttler, Charles Fischer, Chris* tian t'!uuk aud George Scbleyer; capital slock $10,000, divided Into 200 .hares, $3100 of which lias been subscribed. he association Intends publishing a German Catholic newspaper aud carrying on a geueial printing business. Antelope Kaucli Company; Directors— J. F. Turner, H.Oteison, A. J. Koblnson, C. '. Klxford, A. J. Sanborn, J. W. Wesson aud A. E. Bolton; capital stock $000,000. The company will deal ln lands aud construct Inlgailou ditches.