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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 July 1890

IN DEFENSE OF KERR. C. i. Clausen, the Non-Union Moider, Testifies. Eo Tel's the Story cf the Assault and Gar rcting on First Street, and What He Kn of the thootiag. Yesterday afternoon was occupied by the attorneys of James W. Kerr, the foundry man charged with the murder of Edward Cogan, on First street, June 2Gth, in pre senting evidence In defense of their client. The court-room of Police Court 2, where the examination was held, was again crowded with the same interested specta tors—mechanics out of employment who displayed anxiety as to the turn affairs were taking. The evidence was in many instances different from that given by other witnesses. Charles J. Clausen, who was with Kerr on the morning of the shooting, was the only witness examined for the defense. He said he lived at 205 Turk street and last worked in the <• cidental Foundry as a founder, For about fifteen months" lie has lived in San Frauclsco. On June 25th he went jto work in the Occidental Foundry and worked ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 July 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Pu* _ larger circulation tltms any other newspaper published In San Francisco. PUBLICATION Oil ICE: 625 Montgomery street, nesr Hay, open until 11 ■ our,., r. v. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Hartal ■ ,ii,,: near Kearny. open until 12 •••clock midnight; If. naves street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 Larkin street, open until 9:30 i lock, aud 2jlS 1.i...... .... :. open ii-:;- '■> o'clock ■'■ »■ St:BSCKIPXION RATES: r-AiT v ( ill (Including Sundays), $s per year by B ml, postpaid: 15 cents per wees, or or, cents per cnieiid.'ir i..,;r!1l through carriers. DAILY CALL. live ,',,,, luce ...-.1... If 6 25. SUNDAY 1-AJ.I. (twelve r -_. I : co per' year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL •a v w*__EKLl CALL ¥2 50 per year, postpaid. li 1 i :,'! CALL (elslit pases), *1 25 per year, port .•- x.io. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), iio. -I'll I.M. NOTICE Villi Till: SI'JIHIiE MOUTHS. Subscribers who intend going to tbe country dnr- It iliMiiiiiiior months can have "111 DAILY CALL ii . in to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 July 1890

ITsINKk rRANCFs. c.. /ill A INI CHANCE Col: A WORKING ,^I il'V, man: sure to clear $100 per month over Imd above all expenses: express business for sale; 2 lorses'and a fine . agon : one >•: the very best stands li 1 v •. : has the sole trade of several stores; a full .i.ve.siuratinir and trial allowed before you bm . Ap- -11. K. KENNY. 23 ivc-illi; st ' It ' fijcC/lfl HOTEL FOR SALE: A GRAND y^OOKIK). ing: 60 rooms, handsomely furnished; v the vicinity "' ii"- city; largely patronized by list-class people; established 30 years; kept by ■resent owner 17 years; no question about tno steadiness or the trade; a most thorough Investiga- inii allowed: .'or will cue a long lease uf the ■roperty and grounds, which are among the finest in the Mate. Apply K. KEN NY*. '22 Kearny St. It ft'-.'.flfV PABTNEB WANTED IN A FIRST- ,_ "OW. class book and stationery store; no ■reylous experience required, but must be of tin- lonbted steady habits; established nearly - -i) years: ioing a large and s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 July 1890

6 CONSTANCY. _^—.f an I forget, canst tliou forget, iri The hours of pleasure we have known, aOr 1 forpet. canst with mine regret The hours of pleasure we have known, Or will thy heart « ith *nl»« reirrel That they so soon from us Lave Mown 7 Wilt thou with me one wish bestow, When memory's sigh thy bosom heaves. Or wilt tuou feel with vie the ??L_, That bliss like ours behind It leaves t Thou wilt 1 Why need I doubt thy heart 1 It e'er bis been sincere to me; Oh' belt still, tin life depart, The same as mine shad be to thee, Alike onr feelings e'er have been, Alike our thoughts, our wist were; AliKe our in arts, our minds were seeu, Alike our joy, alike our care. And well thou know'st how false the breast Where sordid Interest Unlit-, the flame, 'Twill never stand affection's test— Those only love who feel the same. I'nchanged by time they constant prove. From every mean Impression free. li.fe may be queuched, Out never love, Its fire will burn eternally. C. F. FOILED. |" iT was ju...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 July 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Wedding of Miss C. James and Mr. 0. Shackleford at Paso Robles. A DEL MONTE MUSICALE. ■ The Merry Entertainers Entertained. Party on Filbert Street — A Church Entertainment — Miss Donohue Surprised — Gathering of Sons of Veterans— The Tide of Summer Travel. . A delightful musicale of an Impromptu nature was ai ranged on Thursday eveuiug at Del Monte by Mr. Isaac ltequa and Mis. 11. J. Stew ait. As a pallor concert it was an entire success, the music being particularly choice and every selection winning unstlired applause Irom the many listeners wno hailed the presence among lii in ol such special musical talent. ihe pi uki amine included the following selec tions: " t'ood-uy "(Tostl), ••Farewell" (Tours), i.. Mrs. Kiler; " Vonei Moiir" (Tosti), "In Old Madiid"' ,l:,tciii. Mr«. Alfred Abbey; two Si auisli dances (MoszkowsU), Mrs. 11. J. Stew ait and Mr. Clarke AY. Keynolds; violin solos, maiouika (Wlenlawski), Mr. Noah Brandt; se. lections from Cnopin and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 July 1890

8 DECIDED TO DIE. Attempted Suicide of Two Brothers in the South, They Unwittingly Destroyed Neighbors' Property and Feared the Result - Dtmron, the Fugitive Ex-Assemblyman, Captured In Los Angeles- A Stranded Chilean Bar* Abandoned. ■pedal Philatelies to The Moasnraa Cali. log Anihi.t-.-*, July 25.— Two brothers. Louis and Philip Audiget, arrived in this city this afternoon in charge of Constable Sievert if New halt and were taken to the County Hospital. Louis had three bullets in his head and Philip has one. The wounds arc the result of a remarkable at tempt at double suicide. Philip is in no danger, but Louis has small chance of re covery. The brothers were found on the ground under a tree in a little canyon near New hall on Thursday night. Both were wounded and apparently dying. To Con stable Sievert Louis made the following statement: "Brother Philip and I came here a few months ago and took up a quarter section of land, built a brush house and have lived there ever since, tryi...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 July 1890

lt^*"** v "*i*i*i*r*-*r*-*r*-*r*"*i*^*i*"*i*"*i*i*r*i''i*"*i*i*i* > ** > *» i ''tif*^ V n .L't •*"_■ li'.l at ADS IN THE _| v One-third LALL v ,Ay /v w -X •*• C///C/ if 111 U EAAMIXEEI >*< » * ***' ■*• DAILT AVERAGE IN CALL LAST WEEK.... 960 _ '.J " " " EXAMINEE " 733 V I THE CALL IS THE ONLY WANT MEDIUM ! _ .*. iQ.T«>>i , r , i , i , i , i , i''>i < >io>ior«c«>T«*oT*x^'«'«"*l^fi VOL. LXVIII.-NO. 57. THE ARGENTINE IN A TURMOIL. A Revolution Reported to Have Broken Out in the City of Buenos Ayres. FIGHTING IN THE STREETS. Many People Killed on Both Sides. Insurgents Advancing on the President's Palace— A Revolu tionary Government Announced. Senor Arem Named as Presi dent — The Movement Hourly Extending. Special Dispatches to Itir. Mobnins Cali. Buenos Atbes, July _•: Noon.— A revo lution broke out here this morning. The troops in the garrison rebelled, all the shops are closed and fighting is taking place in the streets. Senor Garcia, tne Minister. of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 July 1890

2 VIOLENT CLOSE OF JOHN D. FISKE'S LIFE. The Fresno Opera-House Mana ger Shot and Killed by Joseph Still-tin. THREE EUXLETS IN HIS BODY. Delegates Elected to the Republican State Convention Murderer Fractures the Skull of a Fellow- Prisoner — Amateur Minstrels Destroy Modesto Property. Killed by a Cable Dummy. *» (,p t...i DiipaKjiies to Tut. Mums.. Call. F-esx'o, July John 1). Eiske, the lawyer and opera-house mauager of this city, who has been prominent before the public for the past two or three years, was shot down and instantly killed to-night by Joseph L. Stillman, an inventor. . Stillman had been hunting for Fiske all - day, and found hint at 8:30 o'clock this evening, standing in front of tlie Grand Central Bote! on Mariposa street. Several blows were struck and both men worked toward the middle of the street. Fiske then turner! and ran up Mariposa street, toward J, followed by Stillman, who had a revolver in bis hand and was about ten feet in the rear. When they were in ' f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 July 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. THE FIELD OF SPORT. Oarsmen Jubilant Over the Ad- mission Day Regalia. Tennis Tournament at Oakland-War Clones Hanging Over Athletic Circles. Cricket Matches-Coursing. ifffifOLTnOUGH there is every opportu *&*\sl nity accorded athletes now to ad •l|\_." vance athletic sports in this clly tbere seems to be a lack of energy and spirit among the boys to push matters, wth does not speak well for the advancement of spoits on this Coast. Some athletes complain of the cold fogs which occasion ally sweep over the athletic grounds, while others give as an excuse the limited timo at disposal for athletic practice. The game of cricket is looking up and may eventually become a very popular pastime. The oarsmen are already preparing for the near future aquatic contests. The boat ing-bouses are sought by the patrons of the sport. Pugilism still remains in a state of un certainty as to its future course. Tho Cali fornia Club will decide next month if there is any hope fir life ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 July 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL. Has • larger circulation than a"? other Bid (paper published in San Francisco. PUBLICATION OFFICE: £25 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 ■ oc'crk r v. BKANCH OFFICES* 710 Market Street, near Kearny, open nntll 12 o'clock nUrtnlgbt; ISO i ,-.,- street, open until P:3O o'clock: fco3 . lirkin meet, open until 6:30 Clock, an a 2518 _... Bl street, open uutll n o'clock p. m. gtiBSCB—PTION KATES: ruri.V CALL (Inclnilhii! Sundays), *B per year by ir»i], postpaid: IS rents l"' week, or 65 cen'* per (alen_r jiioiith throng!) carriers. DAILY CALL.iivo ■■„ctpiC6llireeuionlHs,t6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve ;_•_( ,si BO per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL mil weekly (ALL $3 SO per year, postpaid. V*. LtKLY < ALL (eight pages). *1 25 per year, p.wt i*..u. *....- i. tin (sent to one address), $10. ' -SPECIAL NOTICE rOB THE SIMMER MONTHS. ' Sunscrilrer*! who iutend .ii- to the country dur ing ihe Bummer months can its THE daily call mailed to them tot a. wee* or longer at r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 July 1890

CITY EEAL KSTATK. "ffiX^ftft CHEAP-2-STORY HOUSE 8 ROOMS •JVIUUU. and bath and lot 36x103: sunny side 01 Fine St., near Stelner. G. H. UMBSKN A cvi., 14 Montgomery St. )y27 SuTuTh 3t ffillfti lft W ALTER ST., NEAR RIDLEY-NEW iSOWJ VJ. house of lii rooms, in three flats; bay- windows, brick foundations; marble wash-stands, electric bells, etc.: lot 25x100. G. H. U.MISEN A CO.. 14 Montgomery st Jy27 SuTuTh:3t O'vnftft JESSIE ST.. Nit 6TH— . RONT AND 7s .'til" '. tear house In four tenements: rents $47 50; lot 23x80. G. H. UMBSEN A CO., 11 Mollt- e mery su ]_v27 SuTuTh Ml -•" U r. I ) ft CO R. MISSION AND 17 ill sTS- ..'• 'U.t 0 Stores, flats and cottages: rents $215: lot 65x100. G. 11. IiMESEN _ CO., 14 Montr gumery st . ]y2O SuTuTh 31 ffi(vi;ftft vtOIJDXK gate AVE., DEAR LTON i. Olll'o. St.— 2-story bay-window house of 7 .corns and oath: brick foundations, etc.- lot 30x100. li. H. 1 -M HSEN A CO., 14 Montgumery.27 s.i In 111 3 ffiliT'.ft tOTT ST., NR. MCALLISTER NEW KSVJ * sivj. subs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 July 1890

6 _H— — — van ■ asßS—i ________r_____'**"* , **"***** F *™ _tl'Sl_>ESS riiAXCES. TO ANY ACTIVE BUSINESS MAN WHO CAN furnish 83000 1 will give au equal In crest , ,n » perfectly.safe venture from which 826,000 ' or more is sure to be realized by September Ist! W|taJ "' vested to be used at all times u " der .,S," n ', . of In- vestor and subject to withdrawal wl bout notice, the enterprise alluded to will not conflict ""&«»« buslnesss occupations; this is a bril.iant opportun- ity for a man who cau keep his; counsel with decision of character enough to act on his own judg- ment- nart fes answering are requested to appoint __ . imined te personal Interview; relerences will be require as to character and responsibility, promptly address Quick Kelurns, Box 70, this or- -Bce. _^ ]t \1" ANTED-MAN OF STANDING, WITH 84000 Vi or 85000 for Secretary of established business. Address P. S., Box 96, Call Branch Office. It* (.OOD OPPORTUNITY FORA LIVE BUSINESS V.I man; Pacific Coast Agency...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 July 1890

ANTI-BUCKLEY MASS-MEETING. A Large Crowd Assembled at Metropolitan Hall. Ertfch;s Made in Denunciation of the One- Ken Power— Morrow Men Are Banting Dp the cords Against Msikh m. Metropolitan Hall was comfortably filled las; night with enthusiastic .anti-Buckley Democrats, who cheered vociferously when ever reference was made to the movement to down bossism. Eugene X. Deuprey pre sided, and was given an ovation when he entered the hall. He took his place with out delay upon the platform, and announced that Secretary Gartland would read t he list <.i Vice-Presidents. They were as follows: Houorables John T. Doric, Barclay Henley, Stewart Mercies, P. Reddy, James M. McDon ald, Benjamin Morgan, William I. B.iggeii.Johu ft. Grady, Joseph 31. Kougues, U. J. McCarthy, *.eoige A. Proctor, J. J. Sullivan and Joliu v.. Welch. George 1). lUiss, Charles J. Swift, .1. Bianden steiu. Nallian liotdtiee, E. I*. Cole, Aided TuLin, L. A. Garnet t, ■ Louts 11. I'anolt, Edward l". Karnsworlti, Capt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 July 1890

8 ■f^^**^^^^ 5^ Nmuerons Pleasant Homo and On t-oi- Door Parties and fetes. THE CARRANZA SURPRISE. Caledonia Club Entertainment— House Warming on Filbert Street— A Corte Madera Camp— Battery H '■: Holds a Social— Party on Geary •'. Street— Meeting of the Chil •■•■:. dren's Lyceum— Notes. I • •"'Tlie charitable ladies of the Alameda Flower : : . Mission will give ascites of entertainments' the :-.' com nig season it a nominal entrance fee. The first will be held at the residence of Mrs. Can le A. Pi tcr the first Monday In August. A large • amount of good Is done by the Mission. Mrs. Senator Jones lias named her elegant '■"■'' Santa Monica Lome "Miraniar." Invitations are out for a party there Ibis week. a pleasant farewell icceptlon was tendered ; last Wednesday evening to Key. and Mrs. W. C. ,i Merrill of the Congrecatloual Church, Sacra .;• mento, who aie about to leinove to San Diego. ' Mrs. Mcl i 111 received handsome presents and members of thecougieganon presented Mr. Mer rill...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 July 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. THE MAKING OF SILHOUETTES. Something About the Wonderful Pictures in Pluck. Edonart, Who Mtde Them Bore Than Half a Century Age— Peculiar!; ies of Those ■Who Sat lor Their Pictures f^yILIIOUETTES are in popular lan ;~%. guage profiles in black, and the art W15.1? of drawing such portraits is -aid to date back to the ancient Greeks, but the name now given to this class of pictures is derived from that of Etienne de bilbo uette, lot- B^ >\ M. \\\ \ A. *. V. F. Etlwart. who was Comptroller of the finance of France in 17.17. When the country was in danger of bankruptcy he recommended a rigid retrenchment on public affairs and economy in private ones. The it- of the day, affecting to take bis advice seriously, instituted many mock reforms and replaced tbe customary profiles a la silhouette. The English Illustrated Maga zine, in an article on silhouettes, says: One of the first and best silhoueltists who practiced in this country was Atigustin Ainant Constance Fidele Ed...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 July 1890

10 MY SISTER. WRITTEN FOR THE SUNDAY CALL BY WALTER BESAHI. AH EX . V— CONTINUED. •nil CASE. *HP" UK case, which came on for trial a few Mx, weeks later.' was very briefly and Imper \lsS foctiy reported in the papers. Ths facts, J"° as they appeared In the reports, were neither sensational nor interesting. A certain Hum Heron, aged '-"., unmarried, was charged with stabbing and wounding, Willi, intent to minder, one Henry Stoke. The prisoner was r presented by counsel, but there was practically do defense, and the jury found their verdict without leaving the box. In passing sentence, me Judge lold the prisoner that only a Provi dential Intel position had pi-vent her lioui.be log charged with actual murder; he should sen tence her to th • term of seven years' penal ■servitude. 1 lie prisoner, who appeared per fectly unmoved, then left the doc i. As reported, the case looked like nothing more than a common street brawl among diunken and disorderly persons. There are thousands of un ma...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 July 1890

"^ . : '"1 /^ "■ - rv^CS^p^ The Theaters Do a Very Tidy Business for Midsummer- Tide. TRUMP CASD AT THE BALDWIN. " Saints and Sinners " by the Palmer Company— Joseph R. Grismer and Miss Phcebe Davies to Open an Engagement at the Bush- Street in " Lights and Shadows.'' Continued Strength of "The City Directory " — Mr. Burrill Leaves the Tivoli With the Arrival of " The Vice-Admiral " — General Mention. It lias been a merry theatrical week with us. So lar as the Baldwin and New California are concerned the comic element ruled entirely. Eveu the Bush-street, where M. B. Curtis pa raded "The Shatchen," was made measurably hilarious by bis Meyer Petrowsky, for M. B. ex erted himself more in his peculiar way in the closing week of tbe engaeemeiit than be did at Ms opening. Mr. Seymour Locke lias reorgan ized the company for its further Pacific Coast tour and journey due I. as!, (lieat things are expected from -'The Sliatcbeu" when it gets fairly stalled on the road, greater than were made...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 July 1890

12 PRETTY SIGHTS OF THE ISLAND OF CURACOA. Attractions and -Delights of a .Little Dutch Paradise Off ; .'.--.; South America's Coast. QUAINT ARCHITECTURE. Mountains of Phosphate of Lime That Have Yielded Fortunes — Wil helmstadt and Schattegat Lagoon. A Charming Climate— The Mar ket Girls and Washerwomen— :. Unique Tramway. •=»:» UK year 1199 was one of the most {"'I ■"'* eventful in the Inst decade of that Jiy^ century so pregnant with momentous events. Not the least remarkable of the Spanish voyages to the Now World was that of Alonzii de Ojeda, who had with him as adventurer Anient us VespuCius, whose claim to distinction everybody is familiar .-with. Coasting the country now Known as the Spanish Main, with many strange ad ventures and frequent detentions from the friendly natives, Ojeda and bis crew finally sighted an island bearing the aboriginal name of Curacoa. The ludians inhabiting here were of great stature, but not so large nor so numerous that they were not soon extermin...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 July 1890

THE GENERAL'S NEPHEW. fENEBAX TEMPLE was walking backward and forward In the turn gar den that lay around his charming and quaint ilis'tall martial figure cast a black shadow on the lulls his bead was slightly bent, bis hands loosely clasped across bis tack-bis whole air _ proclaimed that be was J^S jf\,'\ lost in thought, oblivious # J to all save the one thing j~/f that was engrossing his mind, even lorgetiul for the time being of what he loved best in the world— his pride, bis pet, his bobby— lovely Mas fdrts. l'las lnrls was situated In a fertile Welsh valley, through which ran the brawling, merry Dee. All around towered meat green mountains, thickly studded with trees beautiful In their garment of ■ lell autumnal tints, vaiylng from a lie n.reeuto a pale ghostly yellow, and num bering among their hues deep and light red, olive, golden, russet, sliver, brown and purple. • It originally had been a smalt cottage of no pretensions, but its liter owners, two ladies somewhat eccenirl...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 July 1890

14 IN THE LAND OF THE MOORS. • A Population of Fifteen Million •'.'. People, Made -Up of Moors, ■. * . .': Arabs and Berbers* .•WOMEN WITH HANDSOME FACES. '" The Peculiar Style of Dress Worn ..-..'■■ by Both Sexes- Flowing Robes ■" of Snowy Hue Adopted by the Better Class- Public Baths. Description of the Palace of the Sultan. FJ5' nE Empire of Morocco is a country • .f i^ larger Until SP. ain * Dis known to ' •' J-Isp the Inhabitants as llagrit-el-Aksa, or tlyf "extreme west," and has an area of . J ,000 square miles. Within these limits ."are tlie three former kingdoms of Fez, Mo ■ ! Jocco and Tablet. The two first were . '. mica by twenty provinces in the north ern and middle regions, with Tafilet oe .' ■curving the southern portion. Tlie whole ' 4>j;tent of the country is traversed from *•:•."". the northeast to the southwest by the •"..-Atlas Mountains, with numerous rivers • •':-. and streams between the different mountain '..•'-. chains. There are 550. miles bordering on •...

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