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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 April 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. WIGS AND SOME WIG-WEARERS. Facts Gleaned From a Local Dealer. ■ ■ Street Stjle»~ The Best easterners— Theatrical Wigs and Those Who Wear Them. The Hair Crop. ■Written lor The Sunday Call. Tfc-I^IGS? Oh. no. it isn't such a 'bald' (l l\f'- subject as you'd suppose," said a ttl,llv^ leading wig-maker in this city the other day. " They are gradually coming in more and more all the time for street wear. For you must know there are street wigs and theatrical wigs. Of course, the fashion of wearinc them Is not near as prevalent here as in Europe. There they are the rule, not the exception, for bald-headed people. Men especially are still too careless here •bout appearances. More's the pity, too, for their own sakes. 1 mean that in this variable climate, If wigs were more worn when needed, there would be a big reduc tion in doctors' bills. Neuralgia, for ex ample, wouldn't be nearly as common as it Is now. For the same reason weak-lunged men are advised to wear beards. One ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 April 1890

10 THE ACE OF CLUBS! A Romance of Russia and Siberia, by Prince Josef Lubomirski, Author of " Sa far-Hadji, a Story of Turkistan," Etc. COPYRIGHT ISM. BY HETA dm YEIiE, HI— CONTI.>rUEI"». Th« drizzling ruin had in the meantime J become a very hard rain— it poured. And yet Schelra was still wandering about, un mindful, without his hat or spectacles. His eeotism had been terribly wounded, and • this aroused in him nil his evil passions. He was so excited that he could not even devise a plan of revenge, and yet his mind as well as his heart thirsted for revenge. His instinct told him that he could form plans only in the Ministry, and without any clear purpose he returned to his office. The perspiration ran from his brow and his scanty hair was damp. His eyes, ahvavs inflamed, were bloodshot and bleared. lie looked horrible in bis dumb despair. Only . after he had walked about half way he stopped and tried to collect his turbulent thoughts. " There we see what human life is," he said...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 April 1890

WITH THE PLAYERS. "Don Quixote" and "A Gold Mine " Billed for This Week. An Epicene Attraction at the Bush— "Lost in New York " at the Grand— Katie Em melt at the Alcazar— Hotes. Music was the rule for the week— the operatic music of the fiostonlaus at the Baldwin. Con viction glows, as oftcu as we listen to the per- formance of this Land similar American organ- I izations, that the | lime is rapidly approaching | when the. lyric Ist ag c In the ■United States, j and perhaps In jail English -1 speaking coun j tiles, will accept no oilier words " for their music tlian tlie vernacular. Hie power, sweetness and general effect of operatic work may be somewhat impaired, seeing that the Italian words and music were twinned originally, and cannot be separated without hurt ; but the majority of those unaccustomed to European, Continental language* will be willing to condone the reduced standard of tbe music for the sake of the ear and liie understanding being gratified at the same lime. If ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 April 1890

12 PACIFIC COAST COLLECTORS. Some of the Illustrated Books About California. Pamphlets, Papers, Wood and Steel En ■ gravings, Daguerrectyes — Outdoor Suggestions. f?LTIE other day a writer showed me \\'-~ how he was making a honk. lie had JljS copyrighted a taking title some ten days ago, and after collecting newspaper scraps by the thousand referring to the sub ject, he was arranging them into chapters and editing tnem into shape. It was all very amusing because of his total ignorance of the fact that all these newspapers ought to receive credit, or that somebody, at least, ought to receive it. Hut his collection of scraps made me wonder how much could be done with old California books, in the same way, provided, of course, that the copy rights had all expired. And, if one only be honest, and give credit, they could be used any time. 1 happen to have an old copy of "Borth wick" beside me. In Itself the book is rare; this copy is especially valuable. It came from the forgotten book-...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 April 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO. 145. RANDALL'S DEATH. Closing Hours of the Dead Statesman. In Event That Caused General Sorrow at the Capital. Preparations for the Funeral— The Remains to Be Taken to Philadelphia for Interment Special by the California Associated Press. Washington", April 13.— The death of Congressman Randall, although expected, caused general sorrow here to-day when it became known and especially among his colleagues and Senators. The half-masting of the flag on the Capitol gave the first in timation to the citizens' of the death, as only the family and Intimate friends and a little band of newspaper, men on guard knew it earlier. As soon as the patient had passed away Postmaster-General Wanamaker, who had remained at the bedside all night, came out and told the story of the end. THE LAST DOCKS. A Choking; Spasm nt 1 O'clock Followed by a Gradual Sinking. All of last night the patient was attacked frequently by sinking spoils. Fits of hic coughs followed. Though unconscious a gre...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 April 1890

2 THE ACE OF CLUBS! A Romance of Russia and Siberia, by Prince Josef Lubomwski, Author of " Safar-Hadji, a Story of Turkistan," Etc. COPYRIGHT J?9O, KY MET A PE VEKE. V— CojrrixmßD. It might have been 9 o'clock at night, but the 'Windows in the office of the head of division were brilliantly illumined. In spite of the late hour, bchelm was still at work. Opposite him sat his former school mate. Miller of Millertown. The conversa tion between the two old friends seemed to have continued for some time, as their pas sionately agitated features testified. Mil ler's tace was especially excited. He was deadly pale, but in his eyes glowed an un canny fire. • "1 have told you," he Raid, "I am ready for anything you may order to be done. The straight road fa a nuisance to my eyes. But • yesterday 1 allowed myself to be misled by ii, better feelings and save my last money to people who were even poorer than I am. That lias not paid well. To-day 1 have had literally not a morsel of food." "The...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 April 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD Opening of the Society Easter Season. A Week of Small Entertain meats. The Fair Dinner on Pine Street Last Evening. The Rutherford Breakfast on Tuesday Afternoon. Wedding of Dr. Sherman and Miss 31. A. Baxreda. The Pratt Luncheon on Sutter Street on Wednesday. The Emeric House-Warming on Geary Street. Marriage of Mr. B. J. Richter and Miss Dora M. Luth. The Fair Luueheon to Miss Foruiau of Los Angeles. The Bancroft Kettledrum on Van Ness Avenue. Luncheon at the Parrott Resi dence on Franklin. The German by the Officers at Mare Island on Monday Night, The .Smith Lunch Party on Buchanan Street Last Saturday. Entertainment by the Ladies of the St. Margaret Guild. Another Hop by lhe Guests of the Hotel Del Monte. The Reliance Club Gathering on Tues day Evening Last The Three Marguerites Tea Party on Sacramento Street. Nuptials of Mr. E. S. Belcher and Miss Grace M. Fisher. Engagement Hctes-Private Entertainments. 6cciety Personal*— Parlies to Tak; PlEce— Etc. Disappoint...

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. — 14 April 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Fas a lincrr circulation than any other !!»■« spai>i r pnbliMied in Baa Francisco. S PUBLICATION*' OFFICE: rr" Montgomery street, near Clay, open nntll 11 r;.rtock p. m. 11KANCH OFFICES: 710 Market Firiet, near Kearuy, open until 12 o'clock midnight: ::■.• Hayes street, open until »:3O o'clock: 003 . • J.MLin strict, open until 9:30 o'iock, aud 'JSlti .Aiissiou street, opan nntll 9 o'clock p. is. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: DAILY Call Including Sundays), to per rear in /(iatl,postpaid; 15 cents per week, or o\"> cents per calendar mouth through carriers. DAILY (ALT.. five „ ..copies three months. $6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve I opes), SI 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL aid WEEKLY CALL $2 60 per year, postpaid. WEEKLY CALL (ehrbt pages), »l 28 per year, post is. >.. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), $10. AUCTION BALES TO-DAY. FcBKiTrBK.— M. J. Simmons, at 1057 Market St., at 11 c> clock. I i■: -in-.— By Wm. Huttcrfiold, at 1130 l'lue H..at Ho'clock. I ifm iri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 April 1890

BUSTNKSS CITAXCKS. ' r-QSlilk GKOCKRY AND IIAK ox A prom- SC-""- incut corner in the Western Addition: .-'doing a trade ol $500 a mouth; a genuine bargain; must lie sold at once on account of departure 01 owner: ■ most thorough investigation allowed. Ap- ply K. KENNY. 22 Kearuy St. It _• " Mil PARTNER WANTKD-TO TAKE OR- • ' • uers in the store and assist i!i looking af- ter general details in a plain cash business In this city; established 8 years: clearing at least from J-JOO to $300 per month: >ou can try it for 2 weeks before buying: no night nor Sunday work: 110 pre- vious experience necessary as your partner will teach you the business. Apply K. KENNY, 23 Kearuy st. It Qfl c/l PARTNER WANTED IN CORNER • I . )U. cigar-stand; will pay to each $75 per mouth. H4l Market St.. Room 1. It* _">ll/i RKST AURANT: DAILY RECEIPTS O— \J\t. from *12 to $14: 10 tables; private roiinis. etc. H4l Market St.. Room 1. It* 'fl. IA/lA PARTNER WASTED; WHOLESALE ij lI'IMI. and retail grocery, w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 April 1890

6 THE SOCIAL WORLD. ( (m tit.vrd from Third rage.) hostess. Afterward festivities were resumed and continued no il early morn, when the guests di ; at ted for their dltlerent homes. AniiMiir thus' present wore: MlssM. Wrede, Miss Annie Witzemann, Miss Minnie Plage, maim. Miss Annie Schlagater, Miss Lena nee, Ml-s T. Luhrs, Miss A. Kbbingnauseu, Miss E, rede, MissO. " Itzemann, Mis- B. Plagemann- Miss I). Swartz. Mis- 1.. Snarlz, Miss M. Sw.mz, Miss E. mm lleton, Ml« Kay l.ovi. Miss Beitha Bener, Miss Etta Hauer, Miss M. (iibiion. Miss Vina Heuer. Miss I rieda Siebe, Mi«s Hastings, Miss Bertha Wiede, Miss Sophie Schafer, Miss Ida Wiedi*. Mis. C. Wiette, Mis. W ltzemann, Mi". lioscndoiu. Mis. William Glselmauo, Mrs. Lulus, Mrs, Hruer. Mrs. C Wreden, Mis. H. Wreden, Mrs. Uabenicbt, Mrs. Sherman, "Mis. Wltzel, Mrs. Veen, Mis. Sblrpser, Mrs. Klieneberg. .Mrs. Clark, Mis. Bee, Mrs. Sleiger, Mis. he.it; Messrs. U. Wrede. Georce Wiede Jr., W. Hayward. N. Wilzcinanii, William Giseliiinnn. Mr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 April 1890

SEA AND SHORE. A Serious Collision Between Two River Steamers. Loss of th 9 Bark Se!!ie May CoEflfmed-Tha Schoouer Seven Sister 3 Returns to Port. Strong Winds Off Shorn. At an early hour yesterday morning a collision occuned between two stem-wheel liver steamers at Jackson- street Wharf, whereby one, the Aurora, was seilously, and the other, Hie Mary ratt, slightly, damaged. The former belongs 10 the California Transportation Company and the latter is the property of the California Steam Navigation. The steamer City of Stockton, which collided with a schooner on Thursday night, lias been laid 011 at Stockton for repairs, aud the Mary (iairatt was put on lv her place. > BASHED into urn sihe. The Mary Garratt, Captain McMurtiy, arrived from Stockton about 4 o'clock yesterday morn lug and entered the slip between Washington. aud Jacksou street wharves, tniendinfc to make fast at her berth on tbe south side of tliu slip. leuly, without warulug. sbe sheered across ;he slip at a good ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 April 1890

8 ENDED IN A DISPUTE. Senators Protest Against the Umpire's Ruling. Sacramento Loses a Close and Exciting Game. Geodenoufh Performs Great Work in the Field and at Bat-The Colonels Take a Contest From Stockton. The Senators bad another dose of bard luck yesterday afternoon and the pill tasted bitter after the sweets of triumph. The players left for borne last night a very disgusted looking lot and Mine of their comments on Umpire Donobue were far from complimentary. But whether the referee was right or wrong In Ihe two decision! that occasioned dispute is a question that will never be settled to the satisfaction of all parlies concerned. It Is the umpire's business to closely watch every minute feature of the tame, and as he Is nearer to the scene of play than any other disinterested party It Is to be presumed bis Judg ment is based on the occult evidence first pre sented to him. To criticize harshly an umpire who is known to be thoroughly honest and Im partial Is an unpleasant task,...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 April 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO. 146. THE MARKSMEN. Preparations for Their Recep tion in Germany. Unusual Honors to Be Accorded the American Visitors. An Hungarian Nobleman Placed Under the Care of a Guardian by the Authorities. Special by the California Associated Press. Berlin, April 14.— The programme for the visit of the American riflemen, who vn ill arrive during the latter part of June, is published. They will be received at Bremen by the Bremen Rifle Associa tion, thence go to Hanover, where the local association has organized a con test for all comers, from June 22d to 29th. The visitors will reach Berlin July 2d. The riflemen will meet in Kroll's garden, where a procession will be formed. The pro cession will march by Friedens Allee, .Brandenburg Tbor and Uiiter den Linden Avenue past the palace to the Town Hull, where the flags will be deposited. VTeber, the President of the Traveling Com mittee, will deliver on oration at the ban quet July 4th. On July sth there will be a picnic at W'eis...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 April 1890

2 HE WAS NOT IN IT. Professor Coructt Plays With Doniinick McCaffrey. Programme for Ladies' Night at the Olympics Arrival of "Eeddy" Gallagher. Jack Kitchen Going East. The Board of Directors of the California Athlete Club last night postponed the reg ular weekly meeting until next Wednesday evening. The club is negotiating with Jem Carney, the English champion light-weight pugilist, with a view of matching him against either McAuliffe or Jimmy Carroll. " "Reddy" Gallagher, the Cleveland mid dle-weight, who is matched to fight Billy McCarthy, arrived yesterday. lie is sur nanied "l'fiddy" on account of his sunset hair. Gallagher is a particular friend of Jimmy Carroll, the middle-weight pugilist, nnd shortly alter his arrival he visited the latter at his training quarters. "Beddy" has the build and appearance of a fighter, and will certainly give a good account of himself when he meets the Australian. The Cleveland boy gave Dampsey a hard ' battle when the latter was at his best. Ja...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 April 1890

"CHINATOWN VAGS." Yictinis of the Terrible llabit of "Konk" Drinking. How Hundredi of Ycun? Wbite Men Become Its Slaves— lhe law Should Interfere to Prevent Its Sale. Chinatown, will* its tumbling and opium dens, its houses of 111-repute, Its clannish system of law and Its oiganl/ed fangs of murderous high binders, has become familiarized to eveiy San Franciscan. The vailcty of Iniquity In the Mongolian quar ter has been written up In all its disgusting de tails. It has come out through cases which have been bioutht M the notice of the police, aud by means of the courts, wheie the cases have been well veutllaied. One glaiingteatureof the district Is but little kuowu outside of the quarter itself. This fea ture Is "iLe Chinatown vac," as he Is called by the blue coated guardians ol the peace who are 6eut there by Chief Crowley. Among that class who have sworn to do no work while life lasts aud industilous people have wftaliD and property the Chinatown Dummer Is a klug-uin. Ills equal...

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. — 15 April 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL IT*" it larjjer circulation than any other 3 ncnspa]>cr published in Sni> l'lami-ru. ri'Bl.ir ITKI.N OFFICE: rr. R Jtontironiery street, near Cl«j-, open rm 11 •* o'clock r. m. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market ftreet.near Kearuy, opeu until IS o'clock midnight; E?9 Hayes street, open until 8:30 o'clock: 003 • luUi street, open until 9:30 Clock,- and 2518 tiis&iun street, i jvn u-.ti! 9 O'ClOCk r. M. SVBSCEIPTION RATES: D.MI.T CALL (including Sundays), $B per year I) ail. postpaid: 15 rents per week, or OS cents per ! raleiiilarjuont!i!lirou;li carriers. daily t'Al-l-.fiTe ... .;rs Jir.-eliiolilli*. *0 25. SUN DAY CALL (twelve j.*ses\ SI 60 per rear, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL aid WEEKLY CALL *2 60 per year, postpaid. VMM\ CALL (eight pages), ?1 25 per year, l>ost taiU. Clubs or ten (sent to oneadiirtss), $10. AUCTION SALES TOIIAY. rrnNiTi'KE.— By Cnas. Levy, at 538 California it.. »l 30 o'clock. rcEsiTOKK.— By Geo. F. Lainson. at 605 Biuiian an St., at 11 o'cloc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 April 1890

BT.'SIXESS CITAN'CES. f*R 'SO "A F CASH; GENERAL BLACK- ,- t. I uu. smith, carriage and wagon making busi- ness: partner wanted In large factory; must lie a blacksmith as owner Is a wood-worker- owns large S 2-story building on ground leased; suii-lets part: his rent free: commands an Immense trade; one of tin best iv the cit ; clears $240 to $3.0 per month; best location; stock, machinery tools; wonderful bargain for some g od man. IiEORGE STEWART, 135 Kearny st. It (£7", A LARGK RESTAURANT AND COFFEE '■ •"• saloon for s.de at a great sacrifice on ac- coont or dissolution of copartnership; has 70 chairs; everything Brsl ciass in every respect: 3 living rooms, furnished; rent onry $30; best location in the city: near larire factories wherejsever.\l hundred men are emplo\cd: this offers one or the best busi- ness opportiinllies ever presented; full Investiga- tion and trial given before purchasing. Apply at once to GEO. STEWART, 135 Kearny s:. It • C?"AA EXPRESS BUSINESS DOWN TOWN tj...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 April 1890

6 rERSQ-NAI.9. DO YOU WANT TO BUILD, ALTER OR MAKE additions to houses T Please send address to Practical Builders, Box 106. Call Branch. ap!s 3t« ADVICE FREE; DIVORCES A SPECIALTY; privately; 15 days; legal everywhere; no charges unless successful; probate, collections, etc.; responsible attorneys: all courts; terms reasonable: established 10 >rs. U. W. HOWE, 30 Kearny st.ltf tf AT 126 KEARNV, ROOM 9, YOU CAN BORROW money at low rates; private rooms for ladles; pledges tor sale; take elevator. an 7 tt EASTERN SUGAR CORN, *1 A DOZEN; 13 cans Cutting's best tomatoes, *1: table fruits, peaches, pears, apricots and blackberries. 2 cans 25c; best Point Reyes fresh butter, 3Sc a roll; best l'rtaluma butter, 30c a roll; good butter, 25c a roil: Iresh laid Mission eggs. 20c a dozen; fresh ranch eggs,2 dozen 35c. warranted: 15 lbs dry granulated sugar, tl: Rupee's best Chicago sugar-cured bams. 14c alb; Chicago sugar-cured picnic bams. 10c a lb: snow-white family Hour, fl per sack; star-...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 April 1890

MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. A Delegation of Retail Botchers Disappointed. Mayor Fond's Veto cf the Park Eoad Grade. Wilson's Appointment Confirmed — Ke ceiving Hospital Entrance. The chamber ol the Supervisors was filled last evening by a very large delegation of retail butchers interested in the action of the board on the proposition to rai .[ meat-peddlers from $10 to 875 a quarter. I h ■ measure was referred by the License Committee, at its recent meeting, t<i the City and County Attorney for hi- opinion upon its constitutionality as a special li oense. Ibe butchers did not understand that tbe committee will have to act upon the opinion of the City and County Attorney when it is received, hence they presented ti emselves in great numbers, and remained patiently until the conclusion "f the meet iug, when the condition of allairs was cx i i. ned to them. A VETO] !• I KABX. Mayor Pi nd's veto of Order No. 2201, ;ine and establishing grades on Park . I its Intersection with ilaigbt street,...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 April 1890

8 TOWN ELECTIONS. Local Contests at a Number of Places. Ho Indication of the Probable Outcome of the November Fight. Prohibition Defeated at Pasadena— A Lively Contest at San Luis Obispo — Ex citement at Santa Cruz. Special by the California Associated Fres% Redding, April 14.— The city election for four Trustees, Treasurer, Clerk and Marshal passed off quietly, but there was not, as expected, a full vote. Fred Grotofend for Treasurer aud William Bxackett for Clerk (Reps.), had no opposition. ' The three can didates for Marshal were Mitchell (R.), Estes (D.) aud Banney (I. R.). The city goes Republican, electing three Trustees, the Treasurer, Clerk aud Marshal. A. C. iJrigman, J. P. Eaton and Dr. F. C. San born (Reps.), and 11. Ciinesniidt (D.) are elected Trustees; Fred Grotefend, Treas urer; William Brackett, Clerk; M. A. Mitchell, Marshal. Peter Scherrer, the holdover Trustee, is a Democrat. In all probability Briguiaa will be the next Mayor. WINNING CANDIDATES IS ■UAIMINVII.I.E-...

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