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For Ills Wounded Feelin.a. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
For Ills Wounded Feelin.a. Monroe Ochs, a clerk, yesterday sued S. and XV. Hyams, Frank Pauson and Alfred Lilienfeld, Kearny-street -dealers, to recover $10,000 damages for malicious arrest aud false imprisonment, lie claims that on March 27th he went into their store to exchange a suit of clothes previously purchased there, and at the instance ol the proprietors was arrested by Officer Faugh and confined in the City Prison for half un hour. The charge was subsequently dismissed.
I'.iirriK niicl K-iiv -list Answ-r. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
I'.iirriK niicl K-iiv -list Answ-r. Judge Uoge has overruled the demurrer to the complaint of the city and counts of San Francisco against John F. Burris and Charles E. Kelly, and allowed the defendants ten days in which to answer. The action is to recover SlWXJ.ona bail bond executed by them on October 20th last for John E. Lynch, held for robbery. Lynch did not respond to the call for his trial.
Collided *'• --. Cemetery. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
Collided *'• --. Cemetery. M. Ilemenez began suit yesterday against Edmund Joyce to recover 8134 45 damages. On March 14th the plaintiff and his wife attended a funeral at Holy Cross Cemetery and while in the act of alighting from their buggy were run into by a hack of the detenu. nit. Tne collision threw Ilemenez out of his buggy, much to his injury, and greatly damaged also the vehicle.
Clira -ll.* if .I*. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
Clira -ll.* if .I*. A notice of appeal to 'the Supreme Court has been filed in the County Clerk's office in the divorce case of It. 11. McDonald vs. Clara Belle McDonald. The defendant appeals against the denial of the motion for a new trial. (ieorge A. Knight has been substituted for P. . D. Wiggintou as defendant's attorney.
l:id f«,r Xolis.cc >. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
l:id f«,r Xolis.cc &gt;. Jules Cerf, receiver of the embarrassed firm of L. and E. .Vertheinier, tobacco merchants, has petitioned thu Superior Court for permission to accept the bid made by M. A, Both. child for the purchase of the whole stock. The price . offered is the invoice price, with freight and charges of all that portion of the merchandise which has been purchased outside of the city,- together with 2 per sent additional. The leaf tobacco is excepted from the bids, but that is a staple article, which can be sold in large quantities.
HOLY SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
HOLY SATURDAY. Services of Symbolic Beauty in the Catholic Churches. Blessing of the New Fire— Benediction of th. Font and Baptism cf Candidates. The morning office of Holy Saturday, as it will be performed to-day in the Cathedral and other Catholic churches of the city, apart from its symbolic beauty, cannot fail to interest even the casual listener and observer. The ceremonies may be. placed under the three following heads: The blessing of the new fire, the benediction of the font with the baptism of candidates and attendant ceremonies, and the anticipatoiy celebration of Christ's resurrection, each of which gives opportunity for much ceremonial impressiveuess. On Good Friday the lights that burn in the chuich throughout the year are extinguished in commemoration of the death of Christ, to whom the Scriptures refer as the light of the world. The first ceremony on Holy Saturday is then the benediction of a new fire in memory of the resurrection of the Savior. At the usual hour the ...
SUPERIOR COURT SUFIS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
SUPERIOR COURT SUFIS. items mill Debts to lie I*.i I . I — Dried Gripes Undelivered. Webster Jones lias filed a complaint in the Superior Court to recover (5250 from Charles Montgouiery, on au agieemeut to deliver 150 shares of the stock of the Bull __ Grant Farm Implement Company to It. C. Pell. Fred C. Kleebauer has filed complaint in ejectment against Fran. -is C. I'aiuos et al. The land involved is on Twenty-sixth and Clipper streets, and the eje. Intent took pin- c last month. He asks $500 damageand SlO per mouth rent. A. Lu-k _ Co. have filed complaint against Charles W. Pike to recover $600 for failure to deliver two car-loads of dried grapes as agreed upon. Henry _S. Brans has filed complaint against Etta B. Loiing to recover possession of tho building 12.3 Market 6treet and $150 rent. .
ii. fnlil – in-_ Jurors. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
ii. fnlil - in-_ Jurors. Out of a venire of 150, Judge Murphy succeeded yesterday in obtaining only sixty jurors for the panel. About thirty presented legal excuses, and forty-five could not be found. Thelfollowing-named, falling to respond, warrants were .ordered for their arrest , and they will be required on next Tuesday to explain their Contempt: George Schaier, F. M. Bee, John G. Conrad, William Lewis, J. G. Bowers, James W. McClure. William Dibble. Charles Offer, E. T. Jeffries, H. J. Hober, Louis Mtiller, John Hood, M. S. Barrett, M. Harris, A. M. Levy, J. C. Medeau and Martin Garrity. ■
Says llii, Te.-liT W_a Cruel. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
Says llii, Te.-liT W_a Cruel. Mrs. Adrian Vanderboss, living at 340 Seventeenth street, applied lor a warrant yesterday in the Police Court for the arrest of Mrs. Frances A. Berry, Principal of the Sanchez-street School. Sim accuses Mrs. Berry of beating her son Charles with a hide for a slight Infraction of the school rules. The chastisement was wholly unwarranted, she claims, and was sufficient grounds for the teacher's arrest on a charge of battery. .
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
HE WAS ASHAMED To Ask Again, But His Frank Letter Got It for Him. A few months ago an unfortunate In one of our city charitable institutions was inspired by the statements In the newspapers with the belief that Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparllla would helD him. Hut without money, bow to get it was tbe question. ; Finally he wrote a letter to the Edwin W. Joy Co., appealing to their generosity, and It was not unheeded, the coveted preparation being sent by the next parcel j delivery. Its effect Is best told ln a subsequent letter, from which we quote the following: "I suppose you kuow me by this writing and my clrcumstanct-s and condition. Although I am Improving. 1 ask of your generosity for another bottle or your Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparllla. The action of Its laxative properties Is perfection itself, lt has so thoroughly regulated my system that my catarrh, rheumatism, constipation and headache are all better I reel ashamed to ask In this way. but what shall 1 do? it has done me so much...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
MISCEIj^ANEOPS. Scratched 23 Years Scratched twenty-oiK.it years. ' T'udy covered with scaly psoriasis. Constant sheddin , of scales. Suffering endless and without : relief. Scratched all. tbo time. Physicians and the usual remedies useless. 8200 thrown away. Cured by tho CUTICUKA BXMX_&gt;IES at a cost of 85. Skin now as clear and free from scales as a baby's. Cured Jan. 20, 1887. Cure permanent to date, Feb. 5, 1800. Cured by Cuticura If I had known of the Cuticuba Remedies leprosy. some ringworm, psoriasis, etc. I t00k.... twenty-eight years ago it would . have saved me and.... Sarsaparllla over one year and a half, but 52U0.00 (two hundred dollars) and an immense no cure. 1 went to two or three doctors, and no amount of suffering. My disease (psoriasis) com- cure. I cannot praise the Cuticuba Remedies §menced on my too much. They have made my skin as clear and head In a spot free from scales as a baby's. All I used of them not larger than was three boxes of Cuticuba, aud...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
All IITIA&amp;I T.ike no Khues unit--. E I*l 33 I IN W. «_. lloiiKla*' name IP If I 6 Vil and price are stamped en the bottom. If the dealer cannot up ply you, send direct to factory, inclosing advertised price. *j:,'M* :. . .---= - *. JT_. . : 6 .-i-_iS£'-' . -■■' 'twh \ '-'■■ _/teS ,ti * ifc cfev W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE CENTLEMEN Fine Calf. Heavy Laced .lin anil Creednioiir M'atpri»r.».»t. Kent in Hie -world. Kxamlne Ills S.-..00 &lt;;i'.M lIAMI-SKWKD SHOE. IM.OO HAND-SEWED WKLT -Hill . 53.8- POLICE AND PAK-CKRS' SHOE. »'.... EXTRA VALUE CALK 9 HOB. «_!.-.- ...:&lt;l *'.*.ll(l WOIIKINO.-A-TS SIIOR. 99.00 and _H.7S.KOYS' SCHOOL SHOE.. All made In Congress. Button anil i.a." $3aMS2SHOES L A D°.is. *1.7.-&gt; SHOE I'OK MISSES. Best Material. Kent Style. Beat Fitting -V. 1.. I&gt;iiu_lih. ltr.M vi. Mass. Sold by lllll.AlU'l.l'Ml V SHOE CO., 10 Third St., near Market. S. F. JOSEPH KUIII.UKI' III-It, 131 Fourlh St., S. F. GKAND CENTRAL SHOK STOKE. ....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
MISCELLANEOUS. SPOT CASH Price List. Ladies' Fine Dongola Kid Button Boots, heel or spring hee1...... ......"..'... $2 50 Ladles' Fine French Kid Button 800t5......... 3 00 Ladles' intra Fine French Kid Button Boots, Satin finish , 3 50 The same quality sold all over for 95. Ladies' Fine French Kid Button Boots, patentleather tip.. '.. 3 50 Ladles' Extra Fine French Kid Button Boots, si Itched edges, Waukeaphast Bottom _ 00 Ladles' Extra Fine French Kid Liutton Boots, Loudon toe, French Kid tip, Waukenphast bottom, stitched edges _ 50 Ladies' Extra Fine French Kid Bntton Boot, Diamond patent-leather til) 4 00 Ladies' Extra Fine French Kid Button Boot, spring heels 4 00 Ladles' Extra Fine French Kid Button Boot, foxed all around, square toe, patent-leather tips, the latest stylo out 5 00 Gents'and Boys' Shoes Reduced In Proportion We have the largest variety of Ladies' Low Shoes and Slippers to select from. Just received— car-load of all kinds of Colored Shoes for summer wear. When y...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
DRY GOODS. SPECIAL SA7DIIDAY BARGAINS --------FROM Three Great Departments! According to our established custom of offering special; lines of seasonable goods at SPECIALLY LOW PRICES for, •_• our Saturday's trade, we to-day present the following . ATTRACTIVE BARGAINS IN LACES, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, and feel confident judicious buyers will appreciate the benefits to be derived from an early selection at the prices named. Gents' Furnishings. Lace Department. - ' At a..-- 75 dozen GENTS' SILK AND SATIN At 2..C-160 dozen LADIES' BLOCKED nd EMTECK and FOUR-IN-HAND SCARFS, regular BROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS, the latest, price 50c, offered at _5c each. will be offered at _5c each. •- - • At 10c— 300 dozen GENTS' FANCY BORDERED At 25c-76 dozen WHITE MULL TIES, embrolitHEMSTITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS, large size, ered. scalloped, revered, hemstitched. In ribbon regular value $_ per dozen, offered at 10c each. and Eiffel effects, very stylish, will b...