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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

1 OCEAN STEAMSHIPS. Xyt HA-_-H.RG-A_r_l.ICAN PACKET CO. . EXPRESS SERVICE BETWEEN Now York . South:) ton and Hum li tir_ by the magulrlcent new twin-screw steamers of 10.000 tons aud 12.500 to 16,000 horse-power. This Lino holds Hit- record for fastest trips to and from = Southampton and the Continent. Actual ocean voyage ouly Six Hays. Steamers unexcelled for safely, speed and comfort. Through tickets to ' London and Paris. Apply to Hamburg -Aiuerl-aniGK.NKHAr. Passexo__ Aok_ t_ _-, „ . et CO _, -, *. -*■ K'CHAKU * CO.. • 37 Broa iway. N.Y.) 61 Broadway, N_w Yobk. » A. .V. -IYER, 401 California St., S. F. mrll cod 4m - . RAILROAD TRAVEI_.~ . ■ — ■ — — . . ji_^ - SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY. (PACIFIC SYSTEM.) Trains Leave and Are Due to Arrive at SAX FKANCISCO. '<• -KAVK. FKUM APRIL 1, 1830 AEBIVS' » 7:30 a Haywards. Mies and san Jose . *12-45p - *"'■ 7:30 a Sacramento A Redding, via Davis 7 : l_p 7 :Boa Sacramento, Auburn, Colfax 4-45r ' 8:00 a Martinez, Valiejo, Calistoga ...

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I'KO-CIIINFSI.. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

I'KO-CIIINFSI.. Tv " The battle over the question of Chinese \ immigration seems to have but jnst beizun. .'it is certainly far from being ended. The , embers of the Boards of Foreign Missions iiavm declared war upon the Census Eniiin- ■"'.' [deration Bill and indirectly against anti-••C.hines-lets'isl .tion. The objection of '.he 'foreign missions is that the census bill, if adopted, will danger the safety of Ameri- - - ran missionaries residing in China. The .* New York Chamber of Commerce has re- •c eived a report from its Foreign Committee - in which the old commercial argument " against anti-Chinese legislation is repeated, with the addition of some intemperate and .untenable assertions. The committee as- " serts that the proposed measure is absurd, 'tarbarous, unchristian and cowardly. It is .absurd to pretend that 65,000,000 Ameri- can" are in danger of contamination and debasement by 70,000 Chinese. It is declared to be barbarous because it submits these me .Tensive people t...

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aOSEV AND FIAT MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

aOSEV AND FIAT MONEY. A correspondent who has some correct ideas about money fails to perceive the difference between money and what is known as fiat money. He says: "What the Government makes money by fixing its sovereign seal upon is money." In this assertion our correspondent is in error. lie confounds money with fiat money. The thing upon which the Government affixes its sovereign seal must have as a commodity the value the Government declares it to. possess. In the matter of gold and silver the Government seal does not create this value, but simply declares it. 'The mint stamp is a guaranty that so many grains of gold or so many grains of silver, as tlie case* may he, are in the coin stamped. The law fixes the .' number of grains of gold and the number .of grains of silver which shall constitute a dollar of either metal, and the mint stamp 1- a guaranty that the conditions of the law * have. beta complied with. In early days in this State gold was used as money without the mint...

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fllK AMI". Die AN _lEItC-l ANT MARINE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

fllK AMI". Die AN _lEItC-l ANT MARINE. • '; The _Jo___ Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries has reported a bill to y jlacc the American merchant marine en- /■>• gaged in foreign trade upon an equality with . . that of other nations. The title to this bill . is misleading. .It should read -to enable = American vessels to obtain a fair proportion .1 the ocean carrying trade. The commitlee -ays that the ocean transportation of the . United States Ira. averaged 5240.000,000 an•l anally for the past ten years. Assuming :liat 75 per cent of the whole would be our o -hare, it concludes that we ought to secure „ - 0,000. "Surely," the committee says, "• 'it-would not be a bad investment for the lation to pay out 518,000,000 annually to - secure an opportunity to earn $180,000.000." , " i .The long and short of this argument is that if the Government will contribute $18,000,---•000a year, that amount will make up the difference between the cost of doing $180,- --• 000,000 wo...

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THE FISI'I . QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

THE FISI'I . QUESTION. Word comes from the East that the open winter, followed by severe cold and storms in March, has materially damaged the fruit prospect, and that tlio demand for Cali- fornia fruit promises to be. large. It is to bo hoped that our orchardists will make the most of their opportunity. nit is shipped to the East from this State in four forms, as green fruit, as dried fruit, as canned fruit and as preserves. The industry in green fruit is in its infancy. Four or five years ago it was considered impossible to ship green fruit, as the cost of transportation would consume the whole value of the shipment, while delays on the way were likely to cause the fruit to decay before it reached its destina- tion. Since then tho problem has been solved. Green fruit will be carried this year on passenger time from Sacramento to Chicago and .Mississippi Iliver points at _'i cents a pound, and to New York at 2 ] /_ cents a pound. When a train of seven loaded cars can be made up, the...

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JOURNALISTS AS JURORS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

JOURNALISTS AS JURORS. The co.lifi.rs in -New York are said to have agreed upon a provision in the new code exempting newspaper editors, editorial writers and reporters from serving on juries. In that State, as in California, newspaper men are not exempt by law from jury duty; but In practice. Judges do not, as a rule, put them on jury-lists. Sheriffs do not summon them, and if they are summoned they are generally excused. The ground for their exemption from this civic duty is the nature of their calling, which requires their unremitting and continuous attention. it is, perhaps, not wholly waste time to consider how far this exemption is justified in law and ethics. The law of this State exempts from jury duties lawyers and judges, physicians and officials of hospitals or asylums, teachers, sailors, officials of the State or the United States, clergymen, and officials of prisons. It likewise empowers the Judges to excuse from jury duty any person whose interests would be materially ...

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BTJ__I JIANUIS OWN LA-VXEB. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

BTJ__I JIANUIS OWN LA -VXEB. A correspondent writes that Congress will be called upon some day to relieve the people from the burden of paying large fee's to lawyers. He complains that unless a litigant has means to fee a brilliant lawyer his case will be postponed by ihe Judges if the opposing party . has means and will use it for that purpose. The suggestion is offered that litigants should be allowed to present their own side of a case in writing, verified by oath, - supported by the testi-- mony. A litigant has at present a ; right to conduct his own case. .The truth is that not one man in a thousand who is not an educated lawyer can handle bis casein court. A man may be well read in the fundamental principles of law and still be incompetent to present his case before a court, Doubtless courts are too much given to tho consideration of technicalities, but precise- ness and accuracy of statement are essential to the trial of almost any . case. The custom anions; lawyers of taking...

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ItIIODE ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

ItIIODE ISLAND. The principal interest in the election in Rhode Island was in respect to the test ing of the Australian ballot system. The action of New York in passing the Saxton bill and the veto of the bill by Governor Hill, on the ground of unconstitutionality, renders each election now held under the Australian system a kind of object lesson. A law may be perfect in theory and yet fail in practice. The large vote cast in Rhode Island is a practical refutation of Governor ill's argument that the illiterate voter would be practically disqualified under the act. If they have any illiterate voters in Rhode island they have found a way to indicate their preference as to candidates. The election otherwise has no national interest. Parties are evenly divided in that State, and the constitutional requirement of a majority vote for the election ofa Governor throws the election into the Legisla- ture. The Republicans have a majority of members, and of the twenty- eight vacancies they onl...

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THB FOUTH--.il ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

THB FOUTH--.il ANNIVERSARY. The ninth of next September, which occurs on a Tuesday, will be the fortieth anniversary of the admission of California into the family of American States. The society of California Pioneers, whose members must, by the terms of their constitution, have been in California previous to its admission, propose a celebration of the fortieth anniversary which shall make a marlin the history of tho State. The Pioneers have wisely concluded to join forces with the Native Sons of the Golden West, many of whom are sons of Pioneers or of men who arrived in California between the first day of January and the ninth "of the following September. The proposition will meet with a hearty response from people of all classes, conditions and periods of residence. It is a peculiarity of those who have once lived in California that the distinction clings to them. Native Californians are Californians wherever they may go, and even those whose period of residence has been short ge...

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EDITORIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

EDITORIAL NOTES. Under the Morrill Pension Bill, providing among other things for a service pension of SS a month to veterans over 63 years of age and granting an increase of pension in certain other cases, Pension Commissioner K.um estimates that the i, 193 survivors of the war over IB years old would draw 87,777,328. There are 25,p42 of these who would be entitled to an increase of S3 67 per mouth, amounting to Sl, l-.'.-T.'i. The widows, 39,263 In mini would be entitled to 53,769,248, making the total cost of the service feature of tho bill 8-2,623,849. The cost of the first year under Sections 2 and i is estimated at 527,135,267, making the total appropriation required for the year $-.1,761,116. Gladstone looks with disfavor on a number of the provisions of the Irish Land Bill as explained by Balfour, and intends to show up their objectionable features. It is claimed that while vast sums are to be raised and spent, the Irish tax-payers will be unrepresented in the new department...

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Alimony Or-lted. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

Alimony Or-lted. Grace Stewart's attorney applied yesterday to Judge Levy for alimony for his client, pending the trial of her suit for divorce against James M. Stewart. The Court granted 830 a month, 875 counsel fees and (30 costs of court. This is the case where the husband discovered tho name "Joe Hyde" tattooed on his wife's thigh. In the case of Eva M. Black against Joseph Black, the plaintiff was allowed SOO a month alimony, 675 counsel fees and $30 costs.

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Western Union i .-.-.. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

Western Union i .-.-.. % The city acd county of San Francisco have filed complaint against the Western Union Telegraph Company to recover 5573 90 for city and county taxes and 5304 for State taxes, on franchises valued at $50,000. 5000 Easter eggs at Town-end's. Palace. -.-»... Chocolate ci cam eggs. Oc. Townsend's. ° -'anobama eggs at cost price. Townsend's* — — m .... Peaks' is the most elegant toilet adjunct.* Famous broken candy. 2 Ibs, 25c Townsend's.* Street _____!___— Kev. J. A. Cruzan will repeat Ids sermon of last Sunday evening before the Youug Men's Christian Association, at their ball, morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. 1 _.o_F_"J)oiei)ouD_ candy, 20c lb. TowuseiHl' s.» Japanese basket Faster egg and two birds, 10 cents, Townsend's. « - — ■ «•- —_. Guam, annual clearance sale this we-k a Nathan, Dominium & Co.'s, 130 Sutter street. • Calendar Called.— Judge Murphy called Judge liarber-s law and order calendar yesterday, as the latter was presiding over a Dial ln ...

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JIKALTH AND POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

JIKALTH AND POLICE. Alper's Factory in B teller' own Will Be ;': Inapoctefi To-Day. :'--■'■ Acting upon . the Invitation of Charles Alpers, the owner of an establishment in Butchertown where dead animals are disposed of. the Supervisors' Health and Police Committee decided to visit his factory. The object of the inspection is to determine whether his place should be included in the order contracting the limits of the district in which offal may be reduced, and the visit will be made this morning. 'the protest of the Italian Mutual Benevolent Society against closing the City Cemetery has been tiled by the committee, as the board has no intention of closing the burial place.

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Sixteenth-street Commission. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

Sixteenth-street Commission. Lawrence Mc.Mahon and D. C. Nealon, who were recently appointed Commissioners for the extension of Sixteenth street. filed their bonds yesterday. Each qualified in §5000. The sureties on McMahon'e bond are August Schultzo and Patrick McCormirk, and N'ealon's guarantees are Matliew _s .man and P. T. Fiinu. The commission has chosen Mr. Nealon Chairman, James F. Ford Secretary and S. Harrison Smith engineer. A TK_i-KNuff_ Boston lady says: ".Every spring 1 take Hood's Sarsaparllla, aud know nothing of that terrible tired feeling so prevalent at that season of the year." (live this medicine a trial. Thk time comes wben everybody needs I'a „_„_'_ Quran Tonic. It often saves life. l'.-BK_:it'_ li-is BAi_-__r cleanses the scalp. At.i. danger of drinking impure water Is avoided by adding SO drops of the genuine Angostura Bitters, manufactured by Dr. Siegert _ Sons. At all druggists. Hekcham'3 l'n. i.- act ilk-, magic .on a weak stomach

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CHITKCU NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

CHITKCU NOTICES. it_~s-* Ho ward-Street Methodist Episcopal l*-*' Church, Howard St., near Third, two blocks from the Palace Hotel -Rev. K. llarcotrrt, D.D., pastor. (Residence tils Foisom st.) Sabbath services at 1 1 a. m. ami 7::i0 p. m. Sunday-school at 12:45 p. M.; Andrew K. Over. Superintendent. A. O. Donogh, As-lstaiit Superintendent. Professor Martin Schultz, Musical Director. Young People's Union praise service at 6:15 o'clock. Mrs. Jndge Gray's Bible Class on Tuesday evening at 7:110. People's meeting on Wednesday evening at 7:-0. Morning sermon, subject: "The lllsen Lord." Interesting services by the Sunday-school and congregation. Special flowers and music for the day. lii the evening Dr. llarcourt will deliver the sixteenth lecture on '• Old Theological Dogmas in the Llghtof a New Civilization": subject: "The Dogma or ---communication and the Jtoycott of Confederation." Strangers are cordially invited to all of our church services. - it* Ef__S > Central Method...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

NOTICES OF MEETINGS. CpS' Doric Lodge, No. 216, V. *A. ■ &-*e Officers and members are notified __^_. to attend a special meeting on SUNDAY, v: 2T April Oth, at 2r. m., at King Solomon's Hall./^jr. Ma- v..: Temple, to atte-.d the funeral of our late brother ERNST AUGUST SEEOELKEN or Santa Rosa Lodge, No. 87, F. AA. M. All Master Masons and rriends of tho deceased are Invited to attend. By order or the Vf. M. _aps3t ADO!. I'll KRONBERG.SeC. B-T=Sr» Masonic l-'uiiernl Notice— of- • C_--**7 licrrs and members or Mission _odge,__ea No. 160, V. and A. PL, aro hereby notified to x^__sT attend in funeral of our deceased brother. rv\ o.C. BTOUDKB, from Masonic Temple on SINDAY, April 6th, st 1 o'clock p. m. Master Masons and rriends or the deceased are cordially Invited. Hy order or the Master. apa at . J. B. BrSPF.LLK. Sec. Bt-__r* Golden Gate ('..intii.mf.-i]., A OeJ' No. 10. K. T.— Sir Knights are notllled M\\ to meat at the asylum. SUNDAY. April t__,JK_K at l_to _•■_-., tor ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

AXJNOTICES-CONTrNITED. ' ftT_s» Had Tenants F;jectei! for _14. 1 CollecCc-_»' tlons made, city or country. Pacific Collection Company. 528 California st. Room _. '■ - - de 22 tf - Jf_sg=' I'lnitosrrnplier— t'lins. Lamer, "15 __^ Market St., makes the be.st photographs: also the best life-size crayons, framed, from $10 up; gold medal IB _).-■-.-- ■ ■ ■ -: ■ mrll lm JT_S" Mrs..A. Laos, Nurse and Midwife, »-*' agent I >r Sin. ins great uterine tonic, a harmless, positive reller for uterine weakness and obstructlons; satisfaction guaranteed. 408 y_ Grove st. 6if CF-&* Aline Hay, with Role tie I.a_>nt. host &-<y ma-sage. ■ 1128 -Market, Parlors 2, 3. Ja2o 3m 9^S- The Only ' Safe Sure Specifics to W-£e regulate all female troubles, no matter from what cause. Never fall. Pills, $1. Every disease. cured. MKS. DR. STRASSMAN, 916 Post st. inr9 tt tE^*..f-i!i.M B 3'„« PlfPPp-nted. See Mrs. t-^-Q - PUETZ. '-05 Fourth, and be contented.B l...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

I ' . FEMALE HELP WANTED. YYrANTFZD— 3 WAITRESSES AND 1 CHAMBER- •' maid for resort; chambermaid and laundress for city: colored laundress, $-5. country hotel. Apply early to HOTEL GAZETTE, 420 Kearny -. - it r ANTED — FIRST-CLASS cook. PRIVATE I * family, $35: working housekeeper, 4ln family, $30: 2 first-class nurses, city and country, short distance, $25: 2 girls, assist in cooking, same restaurant, $25 each: French lady's maid, $25; German secoud girl, $25, and many girls tor cooking and housework, East Oakland $25. Slenlo Park $25, San Mateo $25. and city $20, $25 and $30 ; waitress, country hotel, $20; cook, country farm. $25. Apply to J. F. CROSETT „ CO., 202 Stockton St. lt Y\" ANTED— WOMAN TO DO CLEANING IN AN »' Institution, $25. call early; cook, private family, 2 persons, $25; nurse-girl, $15, and girls for housework. It. T. WARD .. CO., 610 Clay, It Air ANTED— MAN AND WIFE FOR PRIVATE '' family in city, man as coachman, woman as waitress, $65 or more; butler for country...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

HELP WANTEP-CONTINtrKP. r^-_T<)R¥lTT^AC__.rvN? REFERENCES REV ' quired. Call at DR. HERZSTEIN'S office. 323 Sntterst. - - .-. -. - • ■ aps 3t» ■■ UIRST-CLASS BARBER-SHOP AND LAUNDRY M: office tor sale, on account of sickness: everythlngnew; good location. Apply 234 Fourth. 5 7t* (J.7C CIGAR-STORE — RENT FREE. W. L.; -IP ' _>.olf:ason A CO.. 868' _ Slarket St - It* ll' ANTED— OD SEWER-MEN t» COOKS FOR ■' Nevada, fare paid. J27 Sutter st. ajio lt* - SALESJLAN WANTED AT ONCE— A FEW GOOD 0 men to sell our goods by sample to the wholesale and retail trade. We are the largest manufacturers In our line. Liberal salary paid. Permanent position. Mouey advanced for wages, advertising, etc. Contennial Slfg. Co.. Chicago. 111. fe!9 vfeSaSu 30t I>HOTOGKAI'HER. WITH VIEW OUTFIT. TO travel. 1903 Mission st. aj.4 iit* WOOD-CARVERS. F. T. RILEY, '1 406 Bryant st ap4 at* BARBER-SHOP FOR SALE; PRICE $60? APply this office. - ai.3 3t* IV ANTED— RELIABLE MAN WITH. ''9100...

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