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EnKllsh Wheat Market. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
EnKllsh Wheat Market. Liverpool, April 3.— The spot market Is hardening at -as lld@7s. Cargoes are weak at 35s tor off coast, 34s for just shipped and 35s for nearly due. FUTURES. The Produce Exchange cable gives the following Liverpool quotations: April. 6s , lid; May, 6s lid; June, 6s 10y_d; July, 6s 10. id: August, Us lid; September, 69 lid: October, 6s lid. SECURITIES. London, April B.— Consols, 98 3-16: United States Bonds: 4's, 1-4 .i; 4V_'s, 106: Silver, 43%; Rentes, 88f 60c. Bullion out of Bank of England, £5000. New York Markets. New York, April The market opened strong and active with moderate business. I Sugar Trusts and Texas Pacific advanced ... The afternoon remained active ln Atchison and Union Pacific. ' The market closed firm and strung. Total sales, 16,370 shares. . _!E_&amp;&amp;_R4i_-RHjß_}__-*_l New Tork, April 3.— United States Bonds: 4's, . 122; 4y_'s, 104: .Northern Pacific, 31-%; Canadian Pacific, 72"_; Central Pacific, 33 l /_; Union Pacific...
OCEAN STEAM EllS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
OCEAN STEAM EllS. Dates of Departure From San Francisco. Stkaukb. I Destination. WhiiF Seles, | San Pedro Apr 4. Xui'lMw'yl Pekrig China* Japan.. Apr ». 3rw PH i 8 la — vie * i - st houuil Apr 6, Oau fijw'r 1 la Australia Apr 6, 12m Oceanic ililt... lluuiii ■[■!' nay.. Apr 5, Ham Wastitn i San Dle^u Apr 8.1 lav tfclw'y 2 Portland Apr 6.lUaii Spear Han Pedro Apr H. Ham I!ilw'y3 Ilnmboldt Bay.. Ait 9. 9am IMw'r 1 a San Diego AprlO.llAH Hdw'r'J Walla Vie Put Sound Apr 9am iw»'r 1 &gt;1a... Portland Apr lO.IOah Spear etteVlYaqulna Hay.... April. Ham Seaw*l4 rture of Australian steamer depends on tha !•
SUN AND TIDE TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
SUN AND TIDE TABLE. In Pacific Standard Time. Computed by Tmuizi -JU-JU-JIT, Chronemeter and Instrument Maker, 18 Market street. £ H.W. L.W. . H.W. 5. Small. Largo. Larje. 4 11.03 in 5.11 pii 11.28 I'M Small. 5 11.43 am 5.45 FM 11.51 PM 0 0.3 1 PM 0.19 m 00 am 7 1.26 pm 6.56 I'M 0.18 am H...... 2.30 pm 7.35 pm 0.47 am (1...... 3.43 pm 8.21pm 1.20 am 10.... 6.09 am 9.21pm 3.08 am L.W, timalL 11.51 P 0.00 a O.ISa 0.17 A 1.20* J.n:i A &lt;J.lZa&gt; 6.52 a» 7.37 A » 5.30 A&gt; 9.33 a
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. For Late Shipping Intelligence see Eighth Page. Arrived. Thursday. April 3. Stmr Gipsy, Plummer. 9 hours from Santa Cruz; produce, to Goodall, Perkins &amp; Co. Stmr Parallon. Bonnifield, 44 hours from Yaquina Bay; pass and mdse, to C H Haswell Jr. Stmr Humboldt, Jessen, 19 hours from Eureka; pass and mdse, to Searles &amp; Stone. Stmr Noyo, Erickson, 14 hours from Fort Bragg: 240 Mft lumber, to Fort Bragg Redwood Co. U S stmr Ranger, Ritter. from cruise. Mare Island direct. Ship W H Smith, Brown, 125 days from New York; mdse, to Sutton &amp; Beebe. Schr John Frederick. Beck, 8 hours from Bodega: 10.1 bxs butter, 14 cs eggs, 5 coops fowl, to Ross &amp; Hewlett. Schr Christina Steffens. Hanson. 14 hours from Stewarts Point; — cords wood and bark, to Higgins &amp; Collins. Schr Confianza, Topfer. 32 hours from Humboldt; 133 M ft lumber, to Chas Nelson Schr Mary Bldwell, Larsen, 48 hours from Albion 80 M ft lumber, to H Wet...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
Will be paid to any competent chemist who will find, on analysis, a particle of Mercury, Potash. or other poisons in Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) AM EATING SORE Henderson, Tex., Aug. M, 1839.— "For eighteen months I hod an eating sore on my tongue. I was treated by the beet local physicians, but ' obtained no relief, the soro gradually growths worse. I concluded finally to try S. S. S. , and '-. was entirely cured after using a few bottles. Yon have my cheerful permission to publish the above statement for the benefit of these similarly afflicted." C. B. McLemore, Henderson, Tex. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed tee. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta. Pa. ; au2 lyFrMoWa .
THE FIRST SHUT-OUT. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
THE FIRST SHUT-OUT. Tiie Sacramentos Whitewashed by the Colonels. _l)b Was a Perils to the Interior Men and • Harper Could Net Control the Ball. The Players. Bad luck is following in the wake of the Sacramento club, and the players are disappointed over their failure to wiu one out of the first three games played this season. They were again downed by the Oakland team yesterday, and in addition to defeat suffered the humiliation of a whitewash. They played a strong game, nevertheless, and cau attribute their defeat more to weakness in the box than to any deficiency. There were about 1500 people in attendance, and those who were present half an hour before game began witnessed the hoisting of Oakland's championship banner. Tne Colonels were attired in black jersey suits, with white trimmings, and whiteStriped hose and caps. They presented a .pie appearance in their novel dress, and the muscular young men all appeared to be in first-class condition for a season's struggle. - The Senat...
SUSPICIOUS DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
SUSPICIOUS DEATHS. Another Victim of a Supposed Criminal Operation. Mrs. Hattie McElheran, a handsome widow of 'JO years, who lived at 209 Nineteenth street, died late on Wednesday night from . the effects of a criminal operation alleged to have been committed by a midwife named Mrs. M. K. Sogers, living on Foisom street, near Sixth. The latter was arrested yesterday afternoon by Detective Hutton, but no charge was placed against her, as she denied the accusation strenuously, and it was altogether a matter of one woman's word against another's. Mrs. McElheran had been a widow for two years, and lived in her father's house with her two children. Before she died she made a confession to Dr. E. Donnelly of 103 Van Ness avenue, who bad been called in to attend her. The Board of Health was notified of her death, and iv turn the Coroner. Dr. Donnelly found her in a very critical condition owing to tlio criminal operation which had been performed a short time previously, and refused to sig...
" THE BOSTOMANS." [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
" THE BOSTOMANS." •tot They Will Preaent to the Mi.Mr- —.ovine* People. The Bostonians, the well-known and everpopular opera company, will appear at the Baldwin ou Monday night, and from thede mand at the box-office yesterday for seats, it is clearly established that the coining season will be one that will encourage the artists and gladden the manacers. '1 he sale before noon was mote than twice as much as it was on the first day of the previous season of these singers. During the two weeks that the Bostonians will be here the following operas will be presented : First week— Monday, "Fatinitza"; Tuesday, "Pygmalion and Galatea" ; Wednesday, "II Trovatore" ; Thursday, " The Bohemian Girl"; Friday, " Miguon" ; Saturday matinee, "Fatinitza" ; Saturday evening, " Tne Mnsketeers." Second week— Monday, "Don Quixote"* Tuesday. "Fra Diavolo" ; Wednesday, "The Poachers"; Thursday, "Don Quixote"; Friday, "Fatinitza"; Saturday matinee, "Don Quixote"; Saturday evening, "Pygmalion and Galatea."...
JACKSON AND PAGE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
JACKSON AND PAGE. The Two Attorney- Meet --.tin in a Ver- bal Sklrmiili. District Attorney Pane and Attorney Charles 11. Jackson-bad a skirmish yesterday in the case of Ho Wah Ching. Jackson had been retained as special counsel for the prosecution, and desired to elucidate a theory that he believed would result in convicting tbe defendant. . Mr. Page informed the Court that he regarded Mr. Jackson as incompetent to handle the case, and had, therefore, refused to permit him to have a voice in the conduct of the prosecution. This statement so irritated Jackson that be vehemently denied the assertion, and appealed to the Court for permission to speak to the jury. The Judge refused, saying that the case was entirely in the District Attorney's bands.
ACROSS THE BAY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
ACROSS THE BAY. A. W. Bishop Will Bo Oakland's Next master. Laidlaw in a Scrape Again— A Long Train of Cars— Mr. McNally's Easter Gift. Alameda Jottings. The nomination for the Fostmastershlp of Oakland of ex-Jii_fee A. XV. Bishop, President of the last Oakland Council, was sent to the Senate by President Harrison yesterday afternoon, Mr. Bishop's name was presented to the President by Congressman McKenna, and the appointment was concurred in by Senator Stanford. It is said that the charges filed by the in- ; specters at Washington do not reflect upon the personal integrity of Postmaster Hanna, but against his management of the office. His term does not expire until next 1-Vbii-ary, and it was supposed by many that he would be allowed to serve his term. out. It is supposed that Mr. Bishop will assume the duties as soon as the accounts can be settled and the transfer made. The .Indiana State Association of California has decided to hold the annual basket meeting on Saturday, May 10th...
SAME AS A SALOON. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
SAME AS A SALOON. The Clubs to Be Notified to Pay Revenue Taxes. A Federal Lic.ES. for Selling Liquors and Cigars-Unpaid Back Taxes Will B. Sued For— Club Opinion. . "To pay or not to pay?" will be the question that will agitate the clubmen of this city this evening when they meet at their resorts to discuss the events of the day and while away the hours, wooing;fortuno with chips and cards. For many years, and In fact ever since clubs were inaugurated in this city, these organizations, social and otherwise, have been exempt from the payment of license, either municipal or internal revenue, on the liquors or cigars sold to members within their doors. They have never been asked to pay licenses of any kind, and the fact that there is such a thing as an internal revenue tax has probably passed out of the minds of a majority of club members. The majority of those who belong to clubs regard them as their home to a certain extent and would scout the idea of the organizations, through whos...
The Fire Record. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
The Fire Record. An alarm from Box 0 1 at i! o'clock yesterday afternoon was for a small ■ fire in ' a two-story frame dwelling ,at . 367 _.atoma street. The house • was unoccupied . and only slightly damaged. -■'-.'-: -The Belief Com*-.— The Keller Corps lias been formed. . with Mrs. 8. J. Howard as President; Mrs. Scott Brings,' Vice-President, . and Mrs. O. H. A. Miller, Secretary. *Tlie corps will visit Mayor l'uuu 10-uionovv morning at 10 o'clock. .-•■ . - .-..--.
A. O. U. W. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
A. O. U. W. Closing of the Thirteenth Annual Session. Payment of Beneficiary Honey Ordered—Medical Examination Fee Increased, •n** Officers Installed. The Grand Lodge of the Ancient Order United Workmen of the State of California assembled in the third and final day's meeting of the : thirteenth annual session yesterday morning at 10 o'clock in B'nai B'rith Hall, J. N. Young, Grand Master Workman, presiding. On motion representatives were limited to five minutes' time for discussion on any question before the Grand Lodge. In ' the matter of !_. A. Humason versus Visalia Lodge, No. 79, the Committee on Appeals and Grievances reported that there was no legitimate deposit of card, and that Humason still retains his membership in Visalia Lodge. The report of the committee was adopted. The Grand Master Workman propounded the following question to the Committee on Appeals and Grievances : "Outside of testamentary disposition of a beneficiary certificate, is the wife entitled to share in t...
PUPILS' DIPLOMAS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
PUPILS' DIPLOMAS. The Superintendent Imi.s a Circular Concerning Them.Superintendent of Schools Anderson has issued a circular letter to the principals, requesting them to sena the ; names of all pupils in the eighth grades who will probably graduate at the close of the term next month. "■- The object is to have the diplomas properly engrossed and signed ready for delivery a reasonable time before the graduating _ exercises. - All . the principals _ are cautioned to * have . the • names properly spelled and legibly written.:- -£..»_:_.- - At : the same time ■- the Superintendent desires the number of boys in the eighth grades, in I order that a proper distribution of the Bridge i medals may be made. '...The : attention of all | the I teachers |is drawn to Section 8 of Circular 2, directing teachers to exercise the utmost care in determining the proficiency of pupils. '■ t. ■:■'-"..-•.» ■•' -*•,• . .r '" :■. *-- ,—— m ■ '■ .. The last ; clean-up of ; the Union Drift mine of Sierra Co...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
ADEATH_NOTICE! "My partner 100. a severe cold a few days since, and lt seems to be getting worse. I hardly think he will be down to-day." . his was the casual observation of a business man to an Inquirer, in less thaa a week The Store Was Closed And a Death Notice was on tbe door. It Is the old, old story— cold ; a neglected cough ; hasty consumption and T -EI--- -___-=t-_-_."-7_E_. How easily this valuable life might bare been . spared had that extraordinary preventive of the earlier stages of Consumption, : HALES HONEY OF HOREHOUND AND TAR Been resorted to in time. . This healing balm has been before the public : for many years, and it stands pre-eminent as a perfectly i ..liable remedy; it relieves Coughs, Colds, and Affection* of the Lungs which threaten the development of INCURABLE CONSUMPTION. * UKUC-OISTS SELL IT ; etekvwbekk jy-itf WeFr
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890
MISCELLANEOUS. •'_:' '" Xy - / / Yon now have an opportunity to\\ / /buy a building lot in ttie geoi-raphica \\ / /heart of the city, and directly on the\\ / /line of the cable extension, for $100 to\ \ / ItiOO. according to size and location I \ I Those who desire to pay cash may do so I I Those who prefer can pay »_5 down and I I I \?l5 each month until paid .for, with / / \ V lnterest at bank rates, 7 per "cent per / / \\ annum. These lots are now within / / \ \ » stone's throw of the Valencia- // \\ street , cable-cars and the// \\. Mission -street horse- ./O' V\e«r line, which T^O' /^OUT%. / /la soon to be changed to a c_ble\\ . //and also directly on the line of the\ \ ' //Howard-street cable extension. The\ \ / /locality is rapidly building up. It ls\ \ I [perfectly healthy, and there Is no sand. l 1 I The view is superb, embracing a pano- I I I rama of the whole city and the bay, I \ while In the distance the high Sierras,/ / \ With their snow - capped summits, \ \complete a...