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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 July 1890

Rp ; .*"- ••• >:.>»»>:*>:.o:-:*»: : E r |T SUN O At S RECORD. | h "^ 4 '!?^Mc L K:::::::z::::: , ;i; I E> ■• • '• " EXAMINER- 733 ,♦, t -Wats' v~Xy>_. :•: * WANT"At>9. !'•! H In :AJLI. ...1101 lln KX.VMrNER SO7 .♦, rat,%"*s~*"s*vvyyv%*'s,?»f>ofo VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 58. VICTORIOUS SALVADORANS. The Guatemalans Reported as Having Been Again Routed Near Jutiapa. NEWS FROM UNOFFICIAL SOURCES The Argentine Rebellion— lnsurgents Receive Re-Enforcements — The Causes That Lead to the Insur rection — Object of Emperor William's Approaching Visit to the Czar. . Special Dispatches to Tt'.v. MOBKtxo ___. ■' '; New Yoke,; July 28.— Herald's I. a Libertad dispatch says: "It is reported here from unofficial sources that the Salva doran troops again met the Guatemalans near Jutiapa with the usual disastrous re sults to the latter, who are in full retreat on Juiiapa, followed by the victorious Sal vadorans. ills* VOLT IN GUATEMALA. The "ft'hcis public Declared in a State cf Sieg...

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. — 28 July 1890

2 RELIGIOUS RACING. s s..Ss %_ ... c 0 _ _ . .Parson Amy of Saranac and- His Fast Trotters. ' . 7 He Gets Up a Kace Meeting, Drives His Own - " -.Horses and Defeats all Comers— An ;' „ * Interview With tha Parson. :;.:. Considerable interest was taken by local 1 ;■ horsemen in a trotting meeting held last .Saturday sit Saranac, Mien., in which Par son J" W. Amy, of the Methodist Church • there, was the prime mover.. ■ ... ".Tie. announced two weeks ago from the ; ; ."jiiilp-tt that he had arranged the meeting . and that lie bad made entries to the differ .'. i nt events of his own horses, and that he . . .intended to get into the sulky and drive bis .'"horses himself. His congregation was eon 7. siderably excited over his statement, but _ esteeming , him very highly, backed him -- heartily in his undertaking. "■". -:The races came off all right over a half mile track, and were all best two In three. • Tbe attendance from al! over the State was : ■■- something 1 enormous. The telegra...

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. — 28 July 1890

■»—"'■■ m * ' ■*w-mm^_mm-m9--___nmmawmm-m_mmw_wm_m_%______m***aaWL*wmmmmi_rmmta^^ ' injmiMi^w^ MISCELLANEOUS. „__™„ \T______KtA> CSSS33 a__ta E*3S E^ ES^^^^ WITH YOU TO And you'll hi* _\x n your choice of over 500 different styles of NOBBY SPRING AND SUMMER SUlTS— sold all over town for $18 and $20— handsome liu*ht shades, nobby dark shades, new patterns, elegantly tailored. This sale is peremptory ; we must have room for the re- ception of our Fall slock. Without a doubt the greatest value ever given on the face of the earth. Hence THE ENORMOUS CUT. 438, 433 EM3.& 4-3 B 7' KOTOIERI STREET, COR. SACRAMTO. ~ry_^rrrr>-rrr^rrrrr^^.-i-rt-__^^ I ISCRIBNEKS-^ AUGUST ll :Ji tfif TIT OKI WiTrtiiXteMPLETf ILLUSTRATED SToRI&S \ riV-fIV/l ANPttAsNT-"?T,--lca ENTERTAINING FEATURES -j Cil < STREET SCENES. OJds and Ends Picked Up Along the Thoroughfares. Humors of a Street Crossing— An Old Woman's Handsome Equipage— Having a "Good Time"— Fashion's Limit. A/though it Is the middle...

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. — 28 July 1890

4 . THE MORNING CALL "Pas a larger rirrrrlnlrou than airy other new sitaiier published in Sun Francisco. -;'.* ;.* rriti.M at ton OFFICE: "525 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'rlork r. it. UKANCH OFFICES: 710 Market r'-.is. near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; f.i IlHjes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 Lai kiu street, open until Ovsio Clock, anil 3518 ftr-ifchiou (street, open until 9 o'clock c. at. Sl BSCRITTION HATES: fAiT -V CALL , Including Sundays), SB iter year by B nil. postpaid: 16 cents per week, or 65 cents per , -is !r i.ibr nth tlirorrrjtr carriers. DAILY' CALL. five it I st n tree si.-.sm. 25. Sunday* call (twelve gages), Sl SO per year, postpaid. Sunday CALL in ti KM.V CALL si 50 per year, postpaid. VKEKI.Y CALL (eight passes), $1 25 per year, post ls.iu. Clubs of tell (sent to one address), $10. SPECIAL NOTICE i'o.; THE Sl mill" MONTHS. Sutrscrlbcrs who intend going to the country rlur- Ir f sin- summer months can have Tiir. DAILY CALL mailed...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 July 1890

111 -«T"SysS CHAypF*..* . i .-_..*. SI 1.1 ,AI. BARGAIN""..-- ' -A $1 o-cigar-store, with card-room; flue loca- Ijeii: reut $15. $100— Barber-Shop, laundry offlt c anil cigar-stand" me im lied living room: rent $13. $125— Variety-store; .- rooms; rent $14. $l-jj-Bi-staurant; full value .or the money; rent OH. $;23-Ctirner cigar-stand and laundry office" rent $15. . - . - $200— Deli/vacy store; 4 living rooms; doing a got-d busuiess: rent $25. .• $200 Dry. goods unit notions: 3 living rooms- rent 415. * ' Partner ln a good cash business $-00— Corner clgar-siaud: ftvte location. $:50- line saloon; well stocked: 3 furnished liv- isig rooms. $250-l"lurnblng-shop. with living rooms: full y.tlue in sight; doing good business. *„5-Fruit and candy-store. $300— Restaurant; good location; cheap rent; fine trade. • ■_•■■-. STso— Partner in grocery and bar: s furnished roQuisv DIEHL A ROSS. 5731. Market sL it __..•- PARTNER WANTED TO-DAY TO AT- • t — •'('. tend store aud do the collecting in a ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 July 1890

6 EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. A Season Fruitful iv Happy Weddings— Eugasrement Announcements. THE KNIGHT- CHABOT__AR-.I_.GE. Prominent Features of Society Life at the Ocean and Interior Re .-.■■■ -• sorts—A Private Picnic at Ross . Station — Pacific Coast Wed .'"■* dings — Hall Parties to Take .... Place— Personal Notes. Along, pleasant summer season seems likely . to. fall to the lot of the Coast tills year. July la closing and -yet the town Is "empty." From las.l, .liable watering -"laces, cool mountain lake Hides. or tented encampments in shady val leys coma happy murmurs of cntiteiit, ;sind all can share in these Joyous evidences of a common, temporary emancipation from care, toll and Con ventionality, in ihe city we have been merry ton. especially in weddings and home parlies, as ltn Call, social column day by day baa .re , corded. . Santa Cniz is preparing to welcome the "boy s' el the first Artillery of Sacramento, who iuaug . rate their annual encampment by the sea next Sund...

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. — 28 July 1890

TURF NOTES. .'A r.e.M.i Uim" Week East for Cali ■*. . fornia Trotters. . Barnes Biding for the Sooki— Political Pledees ';.•.-'. and Fco.-Boonu— Cast-iron Odds— The:. ■ •:'.' Local Circuit. :•*■:. 'lt Arts the California trotters' turn last 7" . week to show Che state's supremacy fn rais '. iiisi, training,, racing, «iiivii-e and owning •.. the best specimens of horseflesh. The week : tore California runners broke records sand i ■-.- cl< iv demonstrated their superiority over [.-'"all comers aud then as a fitting climax the • trotters conic to the front an., sweep the "-. board at the great Dotroit meeting. T*-"_______" DOINGS. Sunol in her exhibition half mile at '•■■li As seared off tilt- Belle Ilsiiiil-.n-s. etc.. that !•'-.-. one time might have dared to meet her in |V a race and provided she keeps well. the !"* owners of Axtell, last year's champion, will certainly nut ears to face almost cer 't'aiii defeat and sO greatly decrease his value is _ sire. ' -m- ■ A RED-LETTER "t...

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. — 28 July 1890

8 OAKLAND TAKES ONE. Five Innings of Close and Interesting Ball. . Then Stockiou Collapsed and Lost tbe Game. tcckebiuch Pitched Against the Senators ■nd Shut Ihem Cut— Amateur Con teats-Newi of the Week. ' ;.■•'' For five innings the Colonels and tail enders ran a pretty and exciting race yes terday afternoon at the Ilaight-street ball grounds, lt was neck and neck from the start up to that time, first one club gaining, _ slight advantage and then the other closing the gap. The two teams were pat ting up great ball and the pitchers ■ were doing such effective work that base-lilts were at ii premium. The fielding was marred by but few errors and the play went ou so quickly that five innings were over before an hour. But the gait was too speedy for the lads from Stockton and at the six pole they flopped. The Inning spoiled the lively Interest in the contest. Fcrrott previous to the sixtn had been toss ing the ball over the plate in a deceptive way, and the safe shots made off his de ...

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. — 29 July 1890

..■■ *'--. .a-.^ife . ■ ; - * PT.*«*«"*"'*4"*"»"*»T*i*T*i*i''i*i*"*i*i*r*i*i*r*'*'*i*r* I*l*l*l*l*l l_. _f^^ SUNDAYS RECORD. m '_ • - '.' *- Indies or Ails in CALL. , ,1078 '.' •3* " ' " " CHKOXICtE 887 '-' V •■ <« •' EX.-M_-.T-R '. 783 V ■£' WANT 7a~l-!=*. £ X In C ALU 1184 |In EXAMINER. ......*< 97 ,'. *--i- ._ - - — . - - j^',".-. "*".*.*."'♦*."♦'«"•"♦*•". y".% "♦"•-•-♦-.-♦'-.-♦-♦-♦-, -.-»'- ! Si • -VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 59. STILL FIGHTING. T&e Revolutionists Reject Cel man's Terms. Tie Hayy Joins the Insurgents and Bom bards Buenos Ayres. . Street Battles Between Loyal Troops and Provisional Government Forces—Prob .-. able Success of the Civicas. Special Dispatches to Tin Mi v. sing Call. London", July 28.— A Times dispatch from Buenos Ayres says that President ■ LV lm tit's police and cavalry suffered terri bly in attacking the Civicas and troops • yesterday. The Provisionals reopened the heavy artillery fire at dawn, Sunday, on the troops under Vice-President Pellegrini....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 July 1890

2 SUPERVISORS. The Finance Committee Reports Regarding the Surplus. :'■■■ A Protest from the Pro. jionist Club -.gainst Market Street Extension— l wo Chemi- • . cal Eaguus Orlend. '?:' In tin* absence of Mayor Pond, Supervisor .7 Boyd presided at the Supervisors' meeting Mast -evening.. - All the members were .-.present. _ : f_i~_i V;: The following petitions and communica • 1 ions were referred to the proper commit .' tees. ..-.'..- From Joseph Season, asking permission ' to assign to Felix I'ri & Co. his contract for 'supplying the Almshouse, City and County .- Hospital and industrial School with mutton. • From' Adolph Sutro stating that it . would I be' less, owing to the steep grade, to ex ;* tend Twelfth avenue south to its intersec *\ tion with Market street extended, and that i-'lie.yvUl investigate and survey the road to -be' extended southerly from Market street •7 to the bands ef the City Land Association, .' after which be will confer' with the Street • Cpmiuitiee on ...

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. — 29 July 1890

KERR AND COGAN. Three More Fye- Witnesses Ex- -mimed Yesterday. *-.'•• * . • A Variety of Opinion as to the Number and Position cf Those Who Took Part in ' . the Scuffle. ' - Police Judges' Court Department 2 was again crowded yesterday, on the occasion of the preliminary examination o£ James XV. Kerr, the foundryman, who shot and killed Edward Cogan on the morning of June 26th ;. last. • *'; *"... ;•-'.•■ -.:. 'f.: .}.'■ ■'■■•' Frank Gallagher : .433 ivy avenue, a brass-finisher by occupation,' wits called by Mr. Darwin- out of the regular order, be cause he was expecting to leave, the city any moment,' and cine away ; It-W ould- be impossible to find Jrim again. Gallagher was an eve-witness to the affair, and. de scribed it substantially, in. this manner: "I get i.'.l the street-car at First and Mar ket street,! about I5;:40 o'clock.. in the morn ing and started toward. Mission, Some dis tance ahead of me 1 saw a man in a gray suit walTtfiiK along, and before he bad gone far be wa...

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. — 29 July 1890

4 ' ■__. ', THE MORNING CALL Frit* a larger circulation limn any other -new simper )iul>lit,lit-<l in San Francisoo. - " : nUl.lCA'flilN OFFICE: '•625 •aonti'otnerr street, near Clay, open until 11 : •vrioe- v. v. URAN-H OFFICES: 710 Market . .Street, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock juldnlght*. . SSI liases street, open until Pi.TO o'clock: 603 .-'Lair-in Mrret, open until 9:30 o'loclr. and 2518. . ■Marion tire, open until 9 o'clock r. _- :'*." '•' (-IBSCRimON HATHS: *' TAII.V At. l (InclmUng Sundays), JH per year by' avail, postpaid: IS cents per week, or 85 rents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY OAl.L.fl ,rj:i* dree mouths. 99 96. SUNDAY CALl.i twelve [ages), JI SO per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL •v d Wl-EKLY CALL 92 do per year, postpaid. - WEEKL- CALL (eight liases', $1 *_B per year, post, ■ iv- ... ■ ".Tubs ol teu (sent to one sAAttmU 910. ■ . SPECIAL NOTICE 1 <>.; TUC SUMMER MONTHS. Snl'seril-er.s who Intend goiu* to the couutry ilnr lig llie summer mo...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 July 1890

; "•_[___ firsiNF.ss CHANCES. , „. -ij POULTRY AND GAME; PARTNER - .__.)•.. wanted in leading Brat-clasa market • c. niuiands ono of the finest fa-.nilv and general trades In the city; dears to each $75 per month * with trade Increasing all tne time; prefers a good pari i to bred help; money not so much an obiect .. as good man; will give an active. Industrious anna . . spl.-i-.liil chance; no better In the State. GEORGE .*. 1 _____________ Kearny St. tU It ' -• "ft*-!! I BUTCHERS, ATTENTION- PART- "3I OUUXI. „,r wanted m (_„«, retail 1„,.in,.'„ '■'•'• city: sales -*■--•- ■•-■7.-. per day : runs V,' 7* ..double teams; uot necessary to understand the ivu-iiiess; -111 be required to act is cashier" » ,1 keep . the books In offlce; employs 10 hands: Is the best " , U r L". C S__.!S"^_^* , by the ** 1^««»^^ in t 10 State of t alitornia; full slock; large parking *- V" r "'s 7'". •*?''-« "•■»'» connected; cut. ... 22 to • __J?fT'°_ Catlle , a, »* *>**'" strict in pr" ' __ ,';« S__ use...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 July 1890

6 rERSON"AI.S. IK JOHN 8. DAY, FORMERLY OF '25 THlR- leenth street, -11l please call at the Hibernla Bank he will hear of matters of importance. J'-9 at* TyPEWRIfIXUBANDIO(.:IiXTS PAUKj SAT- Isfactlon guaranteed; (duplicate copies; half copies. Address Type-writer, liox 160, Caii. i ranch Ottice. '.. j>*-'" "'* is UO''_RIKS-(T.I VV BROS., WHOLESALE XX ami retail grocers; the oldest established and roost reliable h"lise on the I'acific Coast; teas and coffees a specialty; no chromos or crockery: best goods at lowest prices; country orders packed and shipped free. V and 11 Montgomery aye.. 40 and • 42 Fourth at., 409 and 411 Montgomery aye., 401 . Hayes st. je!7 Tut 8 1 1 tt CM _l\ KOK CA 111 NETS; FULL LENGTH: ' r"*l 1 •OXJ Hoilctis* Ait Studio. 10 Oth. aX ISaTuTII If Ml.-- ADA HART "WILL SEND HER ADDRESS to this (.nice. She will hear of her friend In - Mexico. Address CAR-ENTER, Box 129. Call Branch Office. J.V-7 t»_ DX. KAZAN'S TURKISH, RUSSIAN SlEDl- catcd and electric baths ar...

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. — 29 July 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. The nenlraiii Cotillon on Hare Island, Last Saturday . Ev ni ing. A SANTA CRUZ LUNCH . PARTY. The Wickenhauser-Daubarij Wed ding—Party on Welsh Street. Some Enjoyable Private Picnics. A Visit Paid by Oro Fino Parlor. Party on Jones Street— A Grove- Street Gathering. On Saturday Mrs. Major Frank McLaughlin gave a delightful luncheon at her pretty resi dence, "Golden Gale." tn Santa Cruz, In honor of ills. v.. 11. 1_ I. .11, is, Mrs. Albert Lewis and Mi. Jack Barnes. Tne table was picltrly decor . ated with dowers; sad a dainty menu, admiiabiy prepared and served, was duly appi eclated. Zcuoliia Lodge, -No. 13, Legion of the West, •Mil give a public Installation and social at , Cnlui. -square Hall this evening. The following officers were elected on the _7ih ■Jnst. for iin- ensuum six months by tiie Young Men's Father Matbew T. A. and li. -society: lTesuieiit, <1. W. Jluhbaid: Vice-President, W. : Obescheu; ltecoi ding Secretary, F. I*. llunlt; . Financi...

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. — 29 July 1890

8 FRESNO'S TRAGEDY. Precautions to Prevent an ■;:•>■: Attack on Stillman. Eisie's Career While Practicing Law in Ercc-ton, Mass. .■'.Rot -a Business House Left Standing in the : '\... Town of Wallace— Family Sepa ... ration in Marysvilie. * ; Bpeclal Dispatches to The Mousing Ca__. '••.'•. rßEsxo, July 28.— 1t is announced that •"'the funeral of John I). Fiske, who was killed last Saturday evening by J. L. '•'. Still man, the inventor, will take place here ■_.. to-morrow morning at 8:30 o'clock. Mrs. ■.-Fiske has retained an attorney here to aid 7 the District Attorney In prosecuting Still man. The almost unanimous feeling here 7" Is to let the law take its course, but to ' " guard against any possible attempt against Stiilman's life Sheriff Heusley has placid - extra guards on duty in the County jail. 1 ls-Kl.'s ANIKCEDENTS. *• His Career While Practicing Law in Brcck tor, Mifs. * • Boston, July 28.— John D. Fiske, who . -was killed in Fresno, came originally from this vicinity,...

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. — 30 July 1890

__[■' .'.'.'. '.■_jZ'JjZ'Z , X , , l*'^^**.-»'*.'.-*.*»* , .'>*.[*3 £"" SUNDAYS RECORD. 1 ar V Inches of Ada in CALL. _SL 1072 V "(•', " " " KXAMlN^Sr.V.V.'.V..!."!'.'.!.'.',',' 733 V KXAMIXEjff. 733 X ■jb . WANT CDS. *.» X In CALL | i_t|.:x-\ MINER 807 '„ g'SS^^^________fcw*T*>:*>>jo:jS] I — i f - — VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 60. BLAINE'S POSITION. Rumored Movement to Onst Him From the Cabinet. Republican Congressmen Said to Be Very • Angry With the Secretary. _. Feeling That He Has Meddled Too Freely in the Tariff Question— An Ex aggerated .lew. •pedal Dispatches to The Morning Call "Washington. July 20.— The Star (Re publican) says to-night: The indignation cf Republican Congressmen over Mr. Blame's interference iii the tariff discus sion lias reached such a belligerent state that it is proposed, since the publication of his last letter to Senator Frye, that he shall be forced out of the Cabinet, and, if possible, out of the party. This may seem extreme, aud startling, but.it ...

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. — 30 July 1890

2 POLITICAL PLANS. Combinations -kin? Discussed by *! ;'• the Local Statesmen. Cc'nnian and English Kay Unite Forces in : * '".■ the Convection— Horrcw Wanted for Con ""-. •* gress—Club Meetings. ' .*7* ; . The situation, so far as the fight for the ■ * Democratic nomination for Governor is '.•"concerned, is very vague, but the iudica 7. tioivs still are that Mayor Pond is in the : "lead. . Coleman and English are both ' [ developing a considerable degree of Strength, and may be able ou the day of the Opening of the convention to surprise the ■ friends of the Sau Francisco man; but • wagers.! are being freely laid, and at small \ .. .Odd- too, that P. .rid will be the nominee. ■ •;*••• lie may not be the choice of the polltl -7 ciaa. of the Democratic party, but all signs • •.'•co'io show that he is the choice of the ma ■'*■ • -ferity of the voters of that party. Whether •...-or not the politicians succeed in carrying *7 the day remains to be seen, but the chances ..'. §re that 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. — 30 July 1890

.;.' MISCELLANEOUS.' "V-. K-f_J_£! _i_r_ a r^r-iLr--M*-r^^*iiT*-*i fc *****'**-*r--* >t *-'**-**'*i* ***'*'"*''"*-** .***"***"** v^'^ **'*'**'i'**i'*N'*-»**M*'>»**M*w'tf-WWT_^^ -Q-x. _-i_r\jy_r_ a \C- m * m V m *^~i~^ m a^a* J *,f % a. Jm **-*■**■*. . I nto IJIII '4 Being a stranger in our midst, bad "•'**. .7*. J: rvZ___lll\.\u ■ I S taken up one of our. morning dailies •• * '/_*^jfflJwrM ■ » ami read of startling * bargains of- " luJlJllMllllllll ' fa fered by a Market street elolliing *,' ■ Jvf l!M , WM ■ 1 S junk-shop. Poor fellow, look- how . JmlllMlllllllli : - 1 ft Uiey done hint up. Their latest •'*".'. ■ .€?/' ji I >'■ [. '• * I J styles, as advertised, date bark to • if__(i)i l _.W\l'.A'' * _■• S 1805, and their bargains— well, the *... ; : ,s*--} — **— "Iff' «j\ • _ I paper they're wrapped in is better JTof^X / '■ jf *F-j\ '' _ 1 mo:ei__vl_ : .«p / ! Uii^^lim^A^." " I- -1 ' When but baying* Hot bins don't ' ■ J . j ! i^-Tl I \J. . 1 igo into a. Yankee Notion Baza...

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. — 30 July 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL _ "Pa", a -larger clrcuiation than any other _*wt___s*r »B-H-.*»-d In S«n Francisco. ;;?-7,7'. ° lIItI.KATION OFFICE-!. --625' Montgomery street: near Clay. open.'nntll 11 o'clock r. _. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market Street, Eteruy.open until 12 o'clock- midnight; ;*SSB Hayes street, open until »:.'0 o'clock: 003 oXar-ln street, open onto 0:30 clock, and 2518 hiliMui. street, open nntll 9 o'clock p. m. . • °°* •„ giBSCKimO-i KATES: •PAIJ-Vr.*r_"L (iucludin.r- Sundays), $0 per year by • (S_il.posth.-ild: IS cents per week, or 65 cents per .-C-IfmlaninrMith through carriers, DAILY CALL.fire i ' copies vlvrt-.r- months. $0.25. SUNDAY (.'ALL (twelve 1-1.,, . s-i 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL 'bi <l wIIiKLY CALL 52 50 per year, postpaid. _ M EEKLY CALL (eight Pittes), $1 28 per year, post i,i.,i:. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), 916. . SPECIAL NOTICK FOR THE BUJIJIKIt .*..-'' MONTHS. .<•'. 7 ' Stitiscrltrers who intend going to the country dnr ,. It ir the s...

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