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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 August 1890

DO YOU WANT A LOT ? : : Look In SUNDAY'S CALL for Real Estate Bargains, v IT ALWAYS HAS THE MOST X REAL ESTATE ADVERTISEMENTS ! ■Ijr*-*-'-***-*-*-*^*-*-*-" •*-*-*-*-*-*-'"■- .'.'.'.' .''.''.-.'- E VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 63. PUBLICLY SHOT. Fate of the Salvadorian Revo lutionist, _ General Rlvas 1 Army Routed and the Leader Put to Death. The Plot 10 Capture tbe Capital Signally Fails— Many Persons Killed by the Insurgents. Epecial Dispatches to Tiik Uoboths Cam.. L.A Lebertad (Salvador), Aug. ].— Com munication with the interior has been re stored. Advices from the capital state that Genera] Ezeta was ordered from the frontier with about 2000 men immediately up ii the outbreak of the revolt headed by General Eivaa. General Ezeta hastened with all speed to the capital. General liivas' forces had captured the artillery barracks, but the few troops in charge had fought desperately before they surrendered. Tlio Indians then pillaged several houses and a panic ensued. Kivas' forces were iiually...

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. — 2 August 1890

2 WILL HE ACCEPT? A Golden Invitation Scut to Pres- ident Harrison. PrO£res» of the Joint Ccmmittee-A Hinder accc by Lack of Funds-Twelve Thou sand Ball Proertmmej Ordered. A very el. cant invitation, tine that is at , nee an Invitation and a souvenir, has been prepared to be forwarded to President Har rison on behalf of the Pioneers and the Native Sons of the Golden West. It is the conception of the Invitation Committee and was executed by A. Andrews, who has worked upon It fifteen days. The invitation is engraved on a tablet of cold about one-thlrty-second of an inch in thickness, so as not to lose its feature as a card, and three and one-half inches by live. The leftside has a handsome design of the emblems of the Pioneers and Native Sons, consisting of a gold shield with the State seal in relief, to the right side the Bear flag and to the left an American flag. At the Use is a wreath in green gold, which readies over the folds of the flags at each -Me. Over the shield, in enamel...

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. — 2 August 1890

SYNDICATE BEER. German Saloon-Keepers Oppose the English Trust. A Meeting Is Eeld at Which It Is Decided to Fctm Another Branch of the Protec- tlve Association. Tlie meeting held by the German Saloon keepers' Protective Association in Metro politan Temple, yesterday afternoon, brought together about 300 grocer}-, restau rant and saloon keepers. Tlie: object! of the meeting was to organize an English speaking branch of the association, with the ulterior object of forming a union to op pose an expected attempt on the part of the English syndicate, which recently amalga mated most of the leading breweries, to raise tlie price of beer, and possibly open beer saloons of thtir own, and thus become tlie business reUil rivals of those who now handle the products 01 the breweries. John Efagler was elected Chairman and ('. (;. Keller Secretary after William Peters had called the meeting to order. After the Chairman had stated the object of the meet ing, Herman Guttstndt made a speech on the s...

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. — 2 August 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL • " fT»« • larger circulation than but other ; ' iituMiainr imblislieil in San Francisco. IS °V-/"» l'l -|~iL.ICATIO>- OFFICE: 825 K.-'iit.-"i:-i ;y street, near <'!•». open until 11 ' o'clock r. m. BBANCH OFFICES: 710 Market ■mi .i.i Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; SEP Hayes street, open until BsSO o'clock: 603 lark-lii street, open onto 9::'O Clock, aud -.'Old lii.\»i('ii street open until !' o'clock r. m. „;. •;-• SI I!S€ KII'TH>N KATES: ..'■ . JPAILT CALL (Including Sundays), w per year by .'" irail. postpaid: 16 cents per week, or 65 cents per 0 ' •■ vnlcmlar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, fin , •\ r<! its lone months. $t> 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve . '-.:'" . pujes), SI 50 per year, postpaid, BOMDAT CALL . ■ ■. i, ii V, ; lki.y call J2 50 per year, postpaid. V* XLV i ALL (eight rages), s-i 26 per year, . ■■•- , liiu. Clubs or ten (si nt to one artdrtss), ♦lv. 81-ECLAX NOTICE FOR THE SIMMER MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend going to the ...

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. — 2 August 1890

.- .-■' ': ■•■..:■•■ PI'SISKSS CHANCES.-. ••■ L-.1-(. '.PARTNER WANTED IN A LIUHT AND -•■• •J'O-JVf.'K.enteei' cash . business; established 8 ■ - '■.■}rars:.cah guarantee at lensi $1,00 per month on an .'■ .■ average the-y*ar rqnnd ? pres.ent owner responsible = -„- ri; cver.j;-.i>ai'tlc-HLir;"any man- ofordlnary Intel- "' • : hgcn.ee. 'Can;-fill-. the.' position; -no night or Sunday '..-..• w.ork'::fbnncr experience not necessary: this busl- . • ... ii(Ss-cau"be'wo"uflertsilly.ei.tended. See GLEASON, .■ ; ■: .mi;.- M.uike: ' :<;.'■. Hoom' 1. ' " ■ ■ .- - . 1 1* loJ'ilj'iiAf'i'.iCA'NDVi.STOKlf; ■ SODA - FOUNTAIN J ■ •_ _.('-..• v ...,.rt4iV $:U0: ! Ice-cream parlor: select • •.•>lp.ck;-I»'"l3onie fixtures: So. 1 location and trade: •...■liteatsiicrliic.e^. i'iLkaSon, 866Vji Market, Rm. I. l* •'-■SR!I U (■ln/.O'KOCERY AND BAR; CORNER; .-..■.••tu i 'V-»..full s va!uetn sight: full lino groceries, ■ .-!'lin."or«.-ei.c. :Mowrent..w long lease. OLEASON, ...: ,gg£^g_Mgrket »t.V-K...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 August 1890

6 SSffIIMET. ;* ■ »g%>B.E?, deviate, sweet, < *»'! •'• •■ ■% g Down in the diep of the wood, • •\/ Slid in ihy ctil» retreat, ' .'*. • -r\ Bfftr ?rom the sound of the street. . .*> ; - Man And ills merciless mood— •'-■ ■ • ' •■ Safe from the storm »nd the neat, -o : •■;••• Drcathlnc of beauty and good,- . * •■*. . '.: ' STOigrcntlr under tny ti/oa,'"- 0 ; '•:■?{>.*.:.-. . -.• : - .•« %ioJet :'■: f« i .. . '..' .-•• .'• Seonttfal maid,' dirc'n'i't,- . • " r ■ •'• -V...: ■ Ifhcrs le th< 1- .. ''-»t •!• n «*;' . .-. •■" •.• Sleet '-f' ts-.eev-tr.'ve >' tt «ould|. .. . ■..•.'.■■■'.■;■.': Set Will I'ia«fi;.al'.t!iy to ■• - \ .-■ .-■: :r g-asriiigs.-oUfer one ula, ■ *: ' l .r/.'. I '. '(^Vp «.^aoD»|E Corn and Popples. PROTEGE. .";^'.•■"';v°'-v.:'/-.'s;nAPrEK ; 1; ':■■ ■': ' : .'■■■•> P'C\'y'tyVGppFliEY.was ; in-:rjo sense of the . _ uuid.:yu.:ordiuaiy.mau;:ihnse who hail .V *J.iiiiost-.l'o d6\vtith him said/lie was a very fx v.-. r*7ti'aord)nary.ipd)VlduiEl..wJille so...

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. — 2 August 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. ■ -•■•• First Anniversary Parly Given by 7U. \; the Pigs in Clover •'■''<■'■ "': ; ':- Club, $&$. SOME INTERIOR WEDDINGS. '<?'■'' ■'"' ~~- "^%A ■Entertainment and Dance of the Beu- i v lah Club Last Night — Cypress f; ; ; '/. Lawn Festivities— Parly in Oak •■; land— Outing to Haywards. /.- "; Prominent Arrivals and Depart '••'•>' tyres — ?\!ctesn " Mr. Chailcs 1,. White and 9liss ttarjr H.Cal .vert were married on Wednesday In tills city l.y ili«- J'.er. S. Herndon Uarnelt. Miss Calvert's -i'liolliet ana sisters ana Mr. Willies parentsaud .brother were present. The happy pair -have you* lo Skaggs Springs for the Honeymoon, r • Mrs. J. 1.. N. SJSpard on Wednesday afternoon ; opened her elegant resilience ou San I'ablo ave nue, near I"oily-se"-eulh street, Oakland, and .gave a lunch-party to t lie inmates of I lie Home 'for Aged Women. Tbe ladies were very much. 'pleased with the enteitalnitipiir. - ; '1 lie Jollities will i:lve {heir weekly da...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 August 1890

8 EVIDENCE ALL IN. The Rose Murder Case to Go " to the Jury To-Day. . Hnrderons Revenge of an Unknown Tramp Who Was Refused a Ride. The Offer of the San Jose Railroad Conven tion Accepted— Unprecedented Rains In Arizona— Veterans in Camp. fcptolaf Dispatches to The Mornixo Call. ° OrSTERViLLE, Aug. I.— Tbe trial of John Edwards charged with the murder of Mrs. J.-F.Fiederickson in Pacific Couuty last January, which has been in progress since Tuesday, will soon be at an end. Tbe prosecution rested yesterday morning and the defense did the same to-day. The chief feature of the defense was an attempt to prove an alibi for Edwards. The crime was fixed as occurring on the 30th of January, and the Rose family as well as the boarders at the Hose. .Hotel in South Bend swore that the accused was in or about the hotel all that day, and the other three, John K. Rose, Edward Gibbons and George F. Rose, were :•; also there during the day. The theory of .' the defense is that George Rose killed th...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 August 1890

PROFIT AND LOSS! i PROFIT AND LOSS ! IK CALL'S Julr nailr Arerate for Want Adi 9C6 X; il, CAT.I-'S July Rally Average for Want Ads 086 ,s\ J*. KXAMINKK'S " .. " •• " " 733 .♦. ,' (MI'S Average, I.a«t Week ln Jn1y.... ....... .976 _i\ ki, TmSXTT MORE THAU DAILY AVERAGE FOR JULY, >*_ «*• EXAMINER'S Average, Laat Week 1n.Tn1y.. ..717 \j\ Bl SIXTEEN LESS THAX DAILY AVERAGE FOR JULY. __\ jI^XOXOX , , X , X , X , >X<*X'E_ VOL. LXVIII.-NO. 64. WILLIAM VISITS KING LEOPOLD. ;.;. A Conference- Takes Place Be . tween tbe Monarch* of Ger- . many and Belginin. ; THE BULGARIAN THRON£. Rival Claims of Princes Waldemar and Oscar— An Addition to the '-. -Z : Triple Alliance— Threatened Mi gration of Hebrews From Poland Banishment to Siberia to be ' •*: * - ;. : . Abolished as a Judicial Punish •_: ment. "*'■■:;' Copyrighted 1800 by the New York Associated Press. Z:i : Berlin, Aug. 2.— Before starting for :"v (Mind, on bis way to England, yesterday ,'• noon. Emperor William held a council on...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 August 1890

2 THE POLITICAL POT BEGINS TO SIMMER. -..'& .'-Election of Delegates to the Re >'■'_?. Z. publican and Democratic '':■■■ _'_; ';>'■'. : •- 5 • Conventions. •/>A_ FEW CANDIDATES FAVORED. San Joaquin County Indorses Senator •••■;.'• .-Stanford — Edwards Convicted of \ : ..'■/. .*■ Murder in the First Degree. ;'.;>. Petaiuma Races— A Peacemaker . •'••.'■;•;• ''- Fatally Shot— Burial of a Veteran. . •. -' ■*.-.•■ ■'*'. Jfprcial Dispatches to Tiik M.wsisn Call. ■;,- --:: '■'' . s'''*. : sVa<*-^ToN% Auc. a.— The San Joaquin County .'*■ .': 'Republicans.. to-day nominated the following j ; .' /• ';i •iicfeet;Vi'o"r;.f iid ges of me Su perior Court, Ansel ■'■":.■ '*.*:.■• feni.ith hatl'-.K. J. Janes; Sheriff, Thomas Cuu '',"'■ "■'.■■ lY.ug'i-a*h'r';:*i;ecoi'der and Auditor, John Permit ; , •• : ~ -ji;; .'ti'easurer, N. Nevlu; Superintendent of ' "_...* .. r.-i. iimii'A;' George Goodall; Clerk, J.W. Willy; ;';;•'■;■'' a-'- es'sor,.o F.Alwood; District Attorney, P.W. -. V :...

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

SUNDAY EDITION. |IIC>C3-RE!G}--ATIO3SI-0F BARGAINS I Lace Department l^JobonsTßibbons ! „ ™™ .. T A GoWeT^portUllity for All ! f Hosiery Departm't. moslin underwear Jerseys l Jerseys! ®gs'.-:-:- ■■" _ Furnishing Goods! — _. — corsets' — • 'ZZm°^MZ;£^ %££ - «*m™« - ruiJJlc, * im 8 uuuupl Quotations can give but a faint idea of umes- md childres-s . ladies . kmmm _- iMmiu^ "^KS=^^= ?smm?m^ SS,^:^ —"" ,„ dM -_,_ K , the EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS we Hosiery and Underwear! _%.______, «ii« =;,ms;.:;~" Ijil®;:'^ Al 6 , lo _ C 0„ f „,._ __' c _ t _„___ m _, St. S^'^r/S-; are offering THIS WEEK for the purpose of At 25c _ w . „„ -„ ._. „,„, LADIES' EMBKOIDERED DRAWERS; „. ' ' ZZ. ' _ _:i^.'' y>y- ■■_.;:■: !r.y.:. At 6 i/ 4C _COO pieces No. 9 CASHMERE RIB- CHIEFS, large size, regular price 20c. di tJ Uli tJUUg, IfllW _■»» X"J."._>"A -J"^ I"^^ «At 25C- We will oiler 60 dozen LADIES' $2 25. S^. '■Z'Z--.Z : Z.:Z'ZZZ:S}-Z^.'_- ' HON, all silk, .worth ,=l *'' will be closed offered at ,l ...

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. — 3 August 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL. * f»s» a lai-cer circulation than any other newspaper published In San Francisco. PUBLICATION OFFICE: 6*"* Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 ft, loci _ H. HRAN.CH OITICKS: 710 Market rtrtrt near Kearny, open until r.! o'clock midnight; IS) Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock; 003 lai kin street, "pen until 8:30 Clock, and 2518 J_.ii._-ui. street, open until 9 o'clock P. st- M -Rll'tlON RATES: taily call (Including Sundays), 111 per year by Biail, postpaid i II rents per week, or B5 cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY call, five ro] lea imee mouths, $6 13. st'MtAV CALL (twelve [ages), a; 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL ai.fl riirkr.v CALL 5-2 50 per year, postpaid. «VKEKLY (.ALL (eight pages), $1 '15 per year, pose ii.:o. Clubs ten (sent to one address), $10- BPCCIAL NOTICE FOX Till: SUMMER MONTHS. Snlrscriliers who Intend going to the country dur li . the summer moiiyis fan have THK daily CALL DialleU to them for a week or longer at re...

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. — 3 August 1890

CITY REAL ESTATE. A A. HOYT A CO. (SUCCESSORS TO . ARNOLD A Co.), general brokers and dealers In city and county real estate. 034 Market st., S. F., opposite Palace Hotel. ait 3 SuTuTh 3t J.QJI/lA WHOLE BLOCK: 50 LOTS: ONLY 4 JrOUUU. blocks S. of G. G. Park; 5 blocks from ocean boulevard and 2 blocks from proposed cable Hue; alii subdivide and retail quick ata profit of 40 per cent on investment, A. A. HOYT A CO., 634 Market st. ami SuTuTh 3t roi „ CHOICE CORNER; 67:6X100; TERMS, C»«"' $120 cash. $10 per month; no interest; located S. of G. O. Park, near Market-st. cable ex- teuslon and grand ocean beach boulevard. A. A. Hon A CO., 634 Market St. an.; SnTuTh St < I 111 l EACH-LOTS 28x120; S. OF 11. O. PARK. «J> 1 xim near ocean beach boulevard and extension of Jiarket-sL cable; payments only $5 per mouth. A. A. HOYT A CO.. 634 Market st. :.t: A SuTuTh 3t -If'i'.llfi A ST., 1 BLOCK FRO.M POINT LOBOS <PUUU. aye., cor. Line; lot 25x100; a bargain. A. A. HOYT A CO.. 634 Market....

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. — 3 August 1890

6 ■ PfSTNKSS CHANCES, VI- ANTED —id BENT, WITH LEASE. A v v store room for a saloon In one of the best luisl- ness streets, with 30 or 40 rooms or without, or buy out a business already established. Address, through the mall, giving rent, price, etc . L. 11.. rare MEYER- FFLD. MiTCHEL A SIEI'.ENHAUER, 110 Front street. ' a» ;i ■'* 11 -ANTED-A CHICKEN RANCH. TO RENT, II ami a good house of 4 rooms, near cars. Apply A. 0 . 112 Bueus Vista st., off Cortland aye. lt* AijiiA FIRST-CLASS SALOON; 726% HOW- JJfijUU. aid, opp. Mr rosco's Theater, bet. Third and Fourth: good i- cation: cheap rent: kept by pres- ent owner 4 years. MCLAUGHLIN. 26 Koarny.aS 7' ai. v All EXPRESS BUSINESS. INQUIRE FOR frluU. AMBROSE, 1075 Market St.: florist store. an33t» "PARTNER WANTED ______ A REAL ESTATE J. business. Address Box 2425. Postofllce. lt* VIRST-CLASS LODGING-HOUSE AND SALOON; X low rent; setting 011 account of sickness. West side Georgia bet. Shasta and Sierra. au3 St* VINE PAYING SALOOS-MUST SELL ...

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. — 3 August 1890

ANOTHER LIFE THE SACRIFICE. , Two Affairs Growing Out of the Pending Strike. Henry A. Sievert SHot and Killed by Walter Hideout— A General Fa.illads at the' *,'••'_• Hied on Works. The serious results of the prolonged strike cl the molders in this city has been again evidenced. Another life has been sac . • Hiked. .•_•-*■■ Walter 'Hideout, an apprentice moider at . the City Iron Works, at North Beach, left his work yesterday evening at the usual hour, and was accompanied by Watchman I Gleason, as a protector, on the way to the car. Kideout feared violence and kept a lookout. He was followed, assaulted in the car by two men, and in the scuffle his pistol went off in his pocket and mortally wounded his assailant. Kideout resides iv Berkeley, and was married three months ago. He is a nephew of X. I). Hideout* the banker, of Sacramento, and also a brother-in-law of John C. Quinn, who was recently appointed Assistant Postmaster in this city. His father, J. ii. Kt-ie. ut, is a pit..'eer. ...

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. — 3 August 1890

8 :"7 ; .'7' •■ X •;. The Blossom-Time of Weddings .and Pleasant Informal ,%•;. Parties. NOTABLE VISITORS COMING. The Husing-Agnew Marriage —An : '-." : ' ; Oakland . Concert — The Lewis Surprise— A Petaiuma Wedding. ; .:. The Young Men's Institute celebration to • '.'morrow and the lollowing day is likely to be •worthy ot lhe occasion. Full particulars of the festivities as they are at present arranged have been published at length In these columns. The parade, the entertainment and [ill cannot fall to attiact wide interest. Mr. William Pipe and Miss Emily Graham were married last Thursday evening In Uaklaud. Iv some ways the Clin! event ot the week now .. opening will be tire visit ol Mecca Temple of the. . liieh Order ol tho Nobles of the Mystic shrine. The order represents the supreme Masonic plane, and comprises some of lhe most cultured as well as Uie must wealthy members of Hie com munity. The distinguished visitors an ive to morrow aud remain a week; during which lime they w...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 August 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. THE PATHFINDER'S EXPLORATIONS. Fremont's Expeditions Across the Plains .and Conquest of California. HIS FORT LARAMIE SPEECH. The ; Ascent of Pikes Peak — A Treacherous Foothold Upon the Dizzy Crest— Mrs. Fremont's Determination— How the Con "V quest of the Golden State Was , Effected. Could Fenimore Cooper have looked for ■ ward, says the Philadelphia Times, lie ' would have invented Fremont himself; and had lie done so, the figure of his boyish lieutenant, handsome, winning, indomita ble, cut from the heart of a pine knot for his amazing endurance and elasticity, gifted with the fire of leadership and the imagination of a born explorer, leaving a ■ lovely, girlish bride and a brilliant society ■ to force his way across unknown mountains and into trackless wilds in the pure spirit of heroic enterprise, and In the end adding to our national domain all the vast tracts between the Pacific and the Rocky Moun tains, completinu our territory from ocean to ocean and saving ...

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. — 3 August 1890

10 MADEMOISELLE ILKA. Thirty Heart-Beats to the Minute. Written by Alexander Dumas, the Younger. The English Adaptation for The Sunday Call by Phillipe Prevost. * o « ( .. CHAPTER I. ■■— |***.EFTIIAAN, Doctor?" {-** "Yes," replied Dr. Claveau. "1 use that I|i\^woi'd for want of a belter," and then as ** "=*l:e fixed his tine, large, gray-blue eyes 0 thoughtfully upon nic, be continued as follows: "For. If as you tell me. Ibis young girl's pulse ° never makes mora than thlity beats to the mm! -! vie, and that there is also a total absence of s . doable-Mart beat or "lubb-dub" as we call It. why it indicates some structural defect, possibly congenital, raiher tiian'the result of disease. The *" muscles of the heart may lack contractile force, " or some valve may be abnormally small. At any ; rale, thai organ ts like an engine that lias • : "slowed up." Natuije bos slim off nearly Iwo • '{birds of Hie power, and hence the stroke of lhe ' piston md is scarcely audible." '. % "What would...

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. — 3 August 1890

Ip Sim Ensiigeinents at tho Baldwin and California Close With y This Week. EASY TIMES FOR MANAGERS. Palmer's Players Offer a Fine Line of Plays to Finish— Twain's Drama to Come at the Baldwin, and Scanlan.. and His Songs at the California— Grismer Is Shak ing the Creases Out of Another New Piece— Stewart on Church Music — The Burrill- Fitzgerald Unpleasantness — Sardou Break fasts Fanny Davenport — Personal and Other Jottings. Onr managers are enjoying their ease just now. Uood business is the rule, and everything is running as smoothly as petroleum down bill. While we write the word "managers" in connec tion -.will the gentlemen who have charge of the various city il -eaters,' a doubt arises ln our mind us 10 Iheir being entitled Io be so distinguished, simply because we see no room for management to come lv. Our theaters are actually managed . in, as Uiey are supplied from, New fork, and tlie — party ere who is dignified by the name of "local manager" has nothing to do but to see ...

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. — 3 August 1890

12 GOOD HEART IN POLITICS. A True Politician Is a Good Pa ■r. triot and Friend, Writes James S. Clarkson. LOVE OF PARTY AND COUNTRY. Indifference to Politics America's Greatest Danger— Public Men in Both Parties Who Faithfully Dis charged Their Trusts and Died so Poor That Friendship Had to Come in and Pay Their Funeral Expenses. CT^LIIE intellectual world has many fads. •^J..- One of these is that men in politics " __(& are selfish and grasping. Society and pulpit both have a great deal to say of the brutality of politics and the selfishness of politicians. I have been twenty-four years in politics, and am ready to be called as a witness on the other side. As a result of close observation 1 am ready to say that * there is much more. in politics to discipline and broaden men and make them more gen erous than in almost any other profession or pursuit in life. It may as truthfully be said that fif teen dollars of honest effort in behalf of good political principles, or in behalf o...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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