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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

-~——— — — —— — — — —^— — — — y£ ■■ Tg *^^^^^^^«^^^tt^«.^^— »jg ; ;^7X7;7 -7"- J : :' . .■■-M ISCELLANEOUS. -a 77.JJ" ' r^"" J&sv "The truth, the whole truth, -^ K.^.:v- :^ 7 //^SI i^^^tyou ought to know about " : ■JIW « \ .- the thing you wash with: \ What g6od i <f\A \\ \ < T - hat s °. n y part of the truth - Pearl'/ii l V >$V irV •' '^^. washes< and .cleans without the' ; i! 41 J^r-^ -' ' rubbin ? and . v scrubbi ng . that wear - ■1 §/s??*_ t and nothing but the the work what you ought to know about ig you wash with. What crood hurt, Pearline cannot, only part of the truth. Pearlihes and cleans without the f and scrubbing that wear ings out — without the work \ l /yf j\^V ( V\\ , "V^ t^ iat makes women old. Half T/V'Zl^V \ :: \y\ < "VC y ,our labor is spared by it ; twice /VjKm / l\ the work is J done with it; / H \\) ' / 1 \ t me and money are saved by / km ill it. "Nothing but the truth" is I ArM< ' :...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

7 OC^N^STEAMSHIP3.^ PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP CO. DISPATCH STEAMERS FROM ' SAN A*SFrancisco Tor ports in Alaska, Xa. m., _s_Bsk March 21, April 5, 20. May 6, 20, 30, June 4, 14, 19 28. ••- <-„ .•--.. -: .-■ ■ . - For British Columbia and Puget Sound ports, 9 a. m.. March B. 11, 16, 21, 26. 31, April and May 6, 10, 15. 20. 25, 30, June 4. 9, 14, 19, 24. 29. For Eureka, Humboldt Bay, Wednesdays, 9 a. if. For Mendocino, Fort Bragg, etc., Mondays and Thursdays, ir.k, ' For Santa Ana, Los Angeles, and all way ports every fourth day, 8 a. m. For San Diego, stopping only at Los Angeles, Sauti Barbara and San Luis Obispo, every fourth day at 11 A. M. -••--. - For ports In Mexico. 25th of each month. Ticket Office— 21 1 Montgomery street. - GOODALL, PERKINS - CO., General Agents, se3a> ' 10 Market street. pan r r-anclscca ' FOR PORTLAND &A_STO?,IA, OREGON VIIHE UNION PACIFIC ■ RAILWAY— £*£A IX Ocean Division— and PACIFIC CO AST ____£ STEAMSHIP COMPANY will dis...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

_ MISCELtAK ■ -v\H READY-I 1| Suits and ..■ ] FOH— Ladies, Mis J Ciuldri . 1 To insure a big reiuo hand (owing to our lar chases : we offer the foil . Extraordinary Im :|| $50 LADIES' SUIT $40 LADIES' SUIT S3O LADIES' SUIT $20 LADIES* SUIT $IO LADIES' SUIT ' Mill 105 KEARNY BAD FHAN'C Wl'osia, Box 1543. J ;.: .. [ ■ LIEBIG 7 CDOA BEEF fAHHsIoTa: A Partly J Natural anil, Tonic fnr Invalids, Uyspe tated Brokerl-down Cot KaViorauvo lor Cou Highest Medals at Print Indurfterf ; ,n.i T»^« flCr ib j^iuiiieiit I'hrKiOun und Anirr <* PREPARED o>l/ liebig Laboratory and CII Ne\y York, Tarls a i.ikrto Co.*» Coca Hee^ To trltlvi? elements of the mnsen: and drain or carernlly selects! dissolved as to make It reaii «X --', or smiuachs. It also nntrltlye virtues of tlie Cnca « the Incas, tbe (rroatesc know tonics, tliewhole oelng dlssol qu-iiiiyof Amontillado Saern tho asnst pirrei t nutritive rec \ oKerca to the ruudical i>rofessl Trice, One Dollar F ■ . WA.HKI.FR...

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X- FElilAltlES.. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

X- FElilAltlES.. "77.'. J "thing- is prettier is theory than a pri. ' • .: 5- ekclitn.' ' It .originated in the • town t^'ej ting. Neighbors,' all known to each . -•• -l.t-r. met to choose &c in. st lit of . tfieir .iuuiber to represent the whole in eroyen- : ..fioii J or Leg; !afiire.'"JN man who did not •st.intl well in the -unity would dare to a r,i|..»ai.. ->>•„ nrr, body eistTfor'a reee.'- if the best citizens, in the . ron the. meeting,. they" had at io-, power in • the . proceedings, f course, no other .".resemblance .he primary election in a city at sent time rind a '."town meeting" at both constitute original sources ".."'. ?tity. At the city primary the so- „_■ . '..ood citizens are never seen. Men . 'V .' : . ke politics their business have taken ' .-_ ' ;'. .';nessoutof tiieir hands. The. tickets . ' : ."•• . '.»ared without consulting them. If :. '•'•'.■ J good citizens present themselves ■ • ;.-'■'. :';';. ! reir.. own. list of delegat...

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..•".' :';'..'»'. t'.MIEK FIKK. . [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

..•".' :';'..'»'. t'.MIEK FIKK. . • j&<-t of Mr. J. W. Sweeney to Governef"Tv,..tennanj reviewing the letter of ". the Governcr in-declining to declare the Ist of May a legal holiday at the request of the. Eight-'houJr League is worthy of a careful reading by the Governor and his political friends. The Governor had. an undoubted right; to ejx'ercise.the faculty of mind which • hb .considers*. his judgment on the legal holiday proposition, ■ but be would have done, Utter to decline . without ■ giving ; a reason- than to withdraw labor from - its ' I .place us the .basis, and foundation of our j entite,in4ai„:rial system. Labor and busi- ° •ii other words, the employed.- and * tJ:e employer— are in many ways mutually dependent upon each other, hut the distinction" •■■■•• be made that labor builds and ' business builds upon labor. There may be ycoßside,raJ)le Industrial activity without' v* hat is techriicallykcown as business, but •tliere. can be nothing without...

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' '-. " '" X- ,X. ,'>SFOlt SCIIOOL-TEACUERS. .1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

' '-. " '" X- ,X. ,'>SFOlt SCIIOOL-TEACUERS. .1 . ''. '? under consideration by the New '■':: '.'.:■ .'Kjslatura ' to „ give JJJ public-school 7,V.';V: va Pension after twenty-five years Tun • -•*•' * ■*■ teacher, who represents her- '<■ "- 11 *X-° rn-iicr thau the proverbial church IT" o yj'°, 868 ">* /.Pnsion scheme on tlio Eroand thai there Jis a ci.,-" .relation, be- ■ | . te . n , CiT " vi vice pensioners and paupers.*", :. a .sell-respecting teacher, she claims.' could ' ''sail- ACCept a pension when all other civil M.i .co servants are iv, lite i manner. rewarded. This teacher says: "Our work is !, ; wearing; both mentally and physically, but J. ! > ', va, ' Bt ions give us an opportunity to re- j ! ; 'uptnttc. .We get, in I most . cases.l a fair ! ; ■ - aipensatlon, and the number who belong $ t - Hiding associations indicates' that we IB 'vemorteyif w,e would.'.' TlioTnlxty.f til' : the teacher -who : writes r ; this is ' SSO a mo...

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FAK.MKItV J'JtUJRCTS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

FAK.MKItV J'JtUJRCTS. As might have been expected, the longprevailing depression ; in agricultural products is - rousing the farmers Jto consider whether the evils from • which J they J suffer . can be traced to the laws under which they live.; Farmers' leagues. State granges and farmers' alliances all over the country are studying the question of prices and searching for plans to raise them. Upon ' their success in the search the profit of 0 agricul- D ture may somewhat depend. y*° ■„ c Farmers in Marshall County, Minnesota, having given exhaustive consideration to the subject, agree that the price of wheat would be raised if the J. Government bought or built a railroad : for % the conveyance of farm produce from Minnesota to the seaboard, and if, In' 9 addition, any ssurplus'5 surplus' moneys in the Treasury .were 1. aned to the farmers on the security of their land and their crops, instead J of - being lodged in banks to the credit of the Treasury., Other farmers in lowa, noting ...

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WHAT HKCOMKS OF THE MONET? [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

WHAT HKCOMKS OF THE MONET? V A correspondent wants to know what be- ' I comes of the large sums of money-foreign' I investors are reported as bringing to this | country. Sales of properties to foreign syndicates are reported to the amount of 160,000,000, more or less, aud no corresponding movement in specie appears. There are two principal reasons why the sale of properties to foreigners does not bring money to this country. The first is that American securities are held largely abroad, and consequently payments for American properties may be made with these securities and without handling a dollar of coin. It is true debts to the amount of the purchase have been paid, .but there has" been uo transfer of gold or silver, to be reported. A second reason is that the people of the United States spend, collectively, vast sums in Europe. JNot far from 100,000 Americans go to Europe each year, and but few get off with an expenditure of less than §1000. The trip can be made for less, but if...

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ONE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

ONE. The conviction of Sheriff Flack ■ of JNew •York brings one of a gang of scoundrels within view .of the " Stale ' Penitentiary." Flack, , however,' was but one, and -in a moral sense not the, deepest in , sin of all. A judge, empowered by the people to deal • ■frith' such men as Flack, appears to havo been a coworker a with him.; The 'World says/In commenting upon the conviction of Flack : - '.-, j ■-.' -. „-, - -,-;; :<- J Hooks . was Intimately associated . with these convicted conspirators id the transactions I for" engaging;; ln which they have been found guilty of cilme. . The Urairtl Juiy which In- ■ dieted them oßlciallydeclated him to be a sharer In their niiscieance, and refrained from'including him in the indictment as one of the conspirators only because his judicial position forbade.'.'.'> X?:';.'; ■° :';.'; •■ --.-»■ .?£ r__ w -;■ 7 The Grand' Jury refrained from including him : 'in ; the 'indictment because of his judicial position. The . law ...

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BTZUi HUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

BTZUi HUNTS. SinctvSaniuel°J.. Tilden showed smaller politicians the way a still hunt is becoming fashionable in politics, Vln this State four years ago a fttll hunt secured a Democratic Legislature in the face of | a slight Republican majority on the State ticket.. The junior California Senator was the result. In New , 1 oik the report Is that Governor IlilWnnd his lieutenants havo determined on a 'still .'hunt to secure, if possible,* the next Legislature.'.'The State) was badly gerrymandered i some years ! ago J by.' the : Republicans and since then the | Legislature has J been of that j party without much regard jto I national ' or State J tickets.';; In ; the ' present a Legislature there i? are i ninety 2 Republicans^ and i bat ; seventy Democrats, ■ although t the Democrats have men? than half of . the popular vote. A gain ef eleven and a loss oX nine ; will give ( the Democrats . the next legislature. Stll! hunts are most effective hSwever. when hey are aoVititt that no *V k...

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IXIEIiNjTIONAI. ; COrVKIGIIT. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

IXIEIiNjTIONAI. ; COrVKIGIIT. The American ? Copyright League, of which '? James Kussell -Lowell is President.'^ is . concentrating 0 its j efforts to secure I the', enactment of j the copyright bill now before 9 Congress. A circular letter issued by the 'league says that the bill is the cordially' accepted c platform of the entire copyright movement; 1 it accepts the following limitations °- upon J the privileges extended ;te " foreign authors : First, "tho work so copy--1 righted must be printed from, type set in this country" ; second, "the sale of foreign editions and plates of works so copyrighted 1 is not permitted." With the, permission of American owners J of. copyright, foreign 1 books I may be imported -in parcels of ; two , for use, with a view to the benefit of colleges, libraries -and schools that may desire J I Special English editions. .It is also prot rifled that editors may import newspapers and | periodicals for quotation ' even 5 when they contain copyright articl...

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FINE AND COAltSfc GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

FINE AND COAltSfc GOODS. A free-trade journal discourses, not very wisely, as follows: Monopolies and trusts strike always at the necessaries of life, and tlio articles required and used by the mass of the people. Thus in the l:e---i iil.iic.ii, tariff common coarse blanket* aud woolen goods always bear a much higher duty than tlio line goods used by tlie rich, aud this discrimination runs through the whole of the Alison bill and Its successor^} he .",_iUj.ilt-v bill. f-'fTle discrimination ounVi e-tracie contemporary complains of has firmly established the branch of tlie woolen industry which produces the coarse varieties of cloth in this country. It was shown in the tariff debate in the House in 1888 that as good cheap suits were made in this country as in Europe at the same price. Europeans excel us in the manufacture of the finest varieties on much the same principle that certain brands of French champagne are better than any product in California. In tlie old countries there ar...

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WYOMING. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

WYOMING. °. J . - ————— -?'. The House has passed a bill admitting the Territory of Wyomiug to Statehood in the Union, and it is expected the . Senate will "concur.. The chief peculiarity of Wyoming l is that the Constitution establishes woman , suffrage without a popular vote on tho question. It is contended by many who are uot opposed to woman suffrage that such tin innovation should not be made without the concurrence of the people. The right of woman', to ° vote extends back to 18C9, when there?, were about 9000 people in the Territory. Since that time the; question has not been submitted, and of course women who chose to do so have voted. If Wyoming is admitted with a Constitution giving the full elective, franchise to women it will be the only State in the Union to do so.' Washington Territory allowed women to vote at oue time, but when the question was submitted as to incorporating woman suffrage into the State Constitution the electors voted against it. There are several . S...

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Jeuiiokial .notes. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

Jeuiiokial .notes. , Japan proposes to supply the San' Francisco market with coal from mines in the northern part of the country. It is reported that a syndicate with $7,000,000 to back ! it will develop these mines. • . ..-'■■ V^X < Governor mil of New, York has J declared himself opposed to reform in matters connected with elections by vetoing the Saxtorii Ballot Reform _ Bin. Ho ; puts '■- it :on . .the ground that the bill is unconstitutional. tf The renorts J from tlio J Lower Mississippi Valley are. not \ encouraging, nnd "a large number of ■ plantations in the vicinity of Austin i aro submerged. J The water came on -i so ■-. rapidly ; that the occupants 1 were forced to floe, and were unable to save any of their property. ,V ■-. ■■ - - . ;--•■? The Republican Tariff Bill baa at last J--1 been presented. Tbe> minority * will ¥. be granted ten days' time in S which to f offer amendments if they have any. * .Should the 1 bill paty in its present for© it wil...

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Harm Billiard Parlors. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

Harm Billiard Parlors. Invitation cards for an "At Home" and grand reception on Tuesday, April Ist, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, have beeu sent out by Messrs. Jesse K. Marks and Ike Deutsh. The occasion Is the opening ol thejruew billiard parlors at the Vosemite Palace, 8 Eddy street. The rooms certainly aie something for the new proprietors to be proud of. The decorations are bright and effective, the delicate tints ot til- walls being relieved by choice picture*, all combining, will: a celling prettily paneled, to |.A«ent arriexceedlngly tj^j^_iii".. mi i i i'»., * • a. ... — ,- .-— - -' ...- _\ toe names oi the m»_ers, Brunswick & lia.ue is sufficient guarantee. The Hanoi-taut auesliOG ot light is heie reduced to a science sixty-eight Incandescent limits forming not the' least 'tractive feature or the rooms. The carerul equipment of mat necessary adjunct, the bar, has deceived special attention, auu the choicest aud only the choicest liquors and cigars will minister...

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Keeping Up the Fines. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

Keeping Up the Fines. Judge Joachimsen sentenced Ah Ilonp, a Chinese, yesterday to pay a fine of S4OO tor visiting a lottery place, or to go to jail for 400 days in default of payment. An appeal was taken from the decision. That tired feeling which affects nearly every one in the spring is driven off by Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great spring medicine arid blood purifier. Take, it now, to realize the greatest benefit. No buffet should be without a bottle of Angostura Bitters, the South American appetizer. Manufactured by Dr.J.G.B. Bisgart & Sous. Ask your druggist. One taken RBI Nl,.lir stimulates the liver, carries off the bile and Improves the digestion and appetite. Outer's Little Liver Fills. Don't forget this. llKiin.AM) Brand or Milk (unsweetened) ls absolutely pure row 's milk evaporated to a rich cream. iii-jioiiEST Patterns— Spring styles. Catalogues free. Agency, 228 Post st., below Stockton. . GitK.aT It Kin-, ii. is In Louisiana Sugar, at Sbarboro 4; Co.'s, 531...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

NOTICES OF AIEKTINOS. ifF-"~3= Masonic Funeral Notice— Oitl- jr. ***** i-ers and members of Mission Lodge, Ma. No. 169, V. and A. M., are hereby notified toTl"sr attend the funeral of our deceased brother. JACOB KAKMELENSKI, of Mollno Lodge, No '.51). of California, from King Solomon Hall Masonic Temple, THIS DAY (April Ist), at 1 o'clock t, __ Master Masons and friends of the deceased are tordialli Invited, By order of tbe Mattel »Pl It J. It. BUSCELLE, Secretary. ByiS* ' I'acific l.oilj-e. No. 136. F. and 7«~" ***** A. M.— Officers anil members are notr- AA fled to attend a stated meeting this ti Es-"tr 77 DAY) EVENING, April Ist, at 8 o'clock. /^\ It GElilt.i: sliTuN. s-.-rrctary. ! srAg* Oriental 1.. ,<!-... No. 144. X-\~t_ ***** and A.' M. — stated meeting THIS _% EVENINU at 7:30 o'clock. - ... . . Vfyf It ,-■ - YV.H. LOKIN'O, Secretary, /\y\ tty-JS' Ooiden Oate I.oilitp, No. .10, v a „ ***** V. and A. M.— stated meeting THIS ZV . (TUESDAY) EVENING, April Ist, at 7:....

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

MEETING NOTICES-^C^TiyfiTElj. "' -J'-; ;'r | t£V&' ; A Card.-Johii Hoey, Inventor of tlie fibs**' famous Hoey, Bed-lounge, sincerely thanks the : public ■ fur the liberal patronage given 1 the loiiuite from the very . first time it was put on the market In this city, where It was Invented; and now It isa well-known fact that it is the lounge all over the United States: in fact, any lounge that looks like too Hoey Lounge finds ready purchasers, and ; many a housekeeper -.alio goes out to purchase a Hoey Lounge Instead brings borne an imitation, aud thereby unwittingly defrauds the inventor of the fruits , of bis labor, as well as being imposed ou themselves. The only way to avoid all this is to see that the inventor's name Is stamped ou them, as lam now very 1 particular to stamp Hoey'a patent on ail I make. Another good way i, avoid being Imposed on la to have the dealer write on your bin of sale "Hoey Patent bed-lounge," ami when you get borne and should find out differ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

siti;ations-contini'i-:o. y OqNG girl. i lately PROM. - the - EAST,' wislies situation to do upstairs work and assist at waiting. .1 Call at 540 Natoma St.. nr. Sixth.3l 3t* yOUNG WOMAN WITH A CHILD WANTS SITCatiou. 'Swiss Hotel,- 02 7 Commercial at, 31 21* j GERMAN GtRI. WANTS SITUATION AS ; A nurse with a family going to Europe. Address ran Rush st. .-■.■■■ - a . nasi -';■ DANISH GIRL;,; EXPERIENCED;" IS " GOOD cool; : like place American family. 14 Caroline St.. off FoisOin near Sixth. - ... mr3l 2a* ■ M IDDLE-AOED GERMAN WOMAN WANTS TO J Ail do cooking and geueral housework. Address A M.. Box 4S. this office. . - - - , .- - . - : . mr3l 2t* GERMAN ; WOMAN, FIRST-CLASS WASH t 1 ironer and housecleauer, wants work by the .lav. Calt-or address 813 Natoma st., upstairs, mr.ll 2t* SWEDISH WOMAN WISHES TO DO GENERAL housework; good cook and laundress, Please call 770 Howard st.. Room 13. nir.ll 2t* yOUNG LADY' WANTS A SITUATION TO DO A housework; is a good cook; city refereuce. Addres...

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