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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 August 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Marriage of Miss Bessie Sedg wick and Mr. Dargie Last Night. THE EXCELSIOR LODGE PAETY. The Heuer Birthday Reception— Russ-Street Party — The Sachs Farewell — Expedition to Fruit vale by the " Frisco Tenj"— Party on Ritch Street— A Capp-Street Gathering— Notes. ———___ The Native Sons of Vermont give their August entertainment at Odd Fellows' Hall this even ing. Swimming parties are becoming popular. Miss Alzie Kelsey of Stockton recently entertained some friends very pleasantly in this way. The swimming baths were engaged for the evening, and the party, about twenty In number, spent some time very enjoyably In the water. They afterward returned to Mrs. Kelsey'g residence, and an hour or more was agreeably passed in dancing aud other amusements. Among the guests at the Itedondo ball last Saturday evening from this city were: Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Miller. Mrs. S. B. Caswell, Miss C. L. Tubbs, Miss A. E. Dean. Mr. W. M. Caswell, Mrs. Frances Edgertou, Mrs. <...

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. — 8 August 1890

8 A GHASTLY SIGHT. Rnnaway Accident at a Fnne • ral in Seattle, The Hearse Demolished and the Corpse Thrown Into the StreeL 1 Chinaman Arrested In Stockton on a Charge of Conspiracy Against a Fellow-Coun Special Dispatches to Tub Mobuiso Call. Seattle, Aug. 7.— A terrjble accident occurred at a funeral here this afternoon. Miss Liilie Young, the seventeen-year-old danghter of a laboring man, died yes ' terday, and the funeral occurred to-day. As the father was too poor to encage • carriage he and Rev. Mr. Anderson, who was to conduct the services at the grave, rode to the cemetery on the hearse with the undertaker. The team became frightened and ran away. The hearse was demolished and the coffin broken open, exposing the body of the dead girl. Rev. Mr. Anderson and the father of the girl were both thrown under the horses' feet, and the former was knocked insensible, while the later sus . tamed ninny bruises. Another coffin was procured and the body buried. Chinese Conspiracy. Stockt...

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. — 9 August 1890

A TRIAL TRIP 0 4IS&F That It Is THE ONLY WANT MEDIUM ! *»^»T^*'^»^rr*l^lO-I*3ol*rA^^y*4**l*^Ol»_l*l»^»Tl»l.»l.i'l»r»lO VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 70. READY TO FLEE. President Barillas Prepares to toe Guatemala. I Special Train in Readiness to Carry Him to Port San Jose. An Appeal to the Commander of the Thetis to Protect American Property—Mys terious Orders to Troops. -; '_: ' Special Dispatches to Thk Monsis-a Call. Guatemala, Aug. B.— Late to-night the Superintendent of the Guatemala Railroad received orders to keep a special train con stantly under steam in order to proceed to Tori San Jose, subject to the disposal of President Barillas. It is believed that the President is going to flee from the country. The train was got ready when the Govern ment sent a squad or company of soldiers ostensibly _to watch over it, but the real purpose of the soldiers' presence was not explained to the Superintendent of the rail road, who became alarmed at the Govern ment's action in sending troops to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 August 1890

2 MARKHAM CONFIDENT Undoubted Assurance of His Norn- ination for Governor. His Or ponents Are Content to Hint at a "Dark Horse" and a "Stampede," but, on the Whole, Evidence Signs of Distress. The fight among the Republicans for the gubernatorial nomination is growing in in tensity as the time for the holding of the convention approaches, and rumors of all kinds are flying thick and fast There is no doubt, however, that the Question which has been raised concerning Mr. Morrow's eligi bility has seriously affected his chances, and he is probably weaker now than at anytime within the last week. Conservative Republicans recognize the fact that bis retirement at this time from his seat in Congress would be a loss which the party could ill afford to meet, and for that reason he is not meeting With the cor dial support of that element. There is no questioning the fact that he stands well with the business men of the State, but this very strength, strange as it may seem. Is now a source of...

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

SKA-WALL EXTENSION The Harbor Commission Decides on a Western Section. A Short hut Important Meeting of the Board Attended by Many Prominent Citi zen» of North Beach. The special meeting of the Harbor Com missioners, called yesterday for the pur pose of considering the extension . of the sea-wall westerly from its terminus nt the foot of Powell streei, was, perhaps one of , the most important and well-attended meet ings the board ever held. All the members were present, Governor Waterman, Mayor Pond, William D. En glish, Charles O. Alexander and Mr. Brown ; also a big delegation from Xorth Beach, partly on its own account and partly as representatives of the North Beach Im provement Club. Among them were Stew art Menzies, John 11. Wise, William S. Merry, O. Alexander, Charles Willmott, W. S. Phelps, A. S. llallidie, Supervisor Selden S. Wright of the Second Ward, J. W. H. Campbell and others. Calling the meeting to order and stating its object, Chairman English explained that bethou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 August 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Fa* a larger circulation than any other newspaper i. iilil isb. 'il in San Francisco. PUBLICATION OFFICE: 625 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 O'clock i- m. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market street, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight: ; ; ,; Ilayes street, open Ulltll 9:30 O'clock . 603 Larkin street, open until 8:30 o'lock, and 2a_S M-Mod street, open until 9 o'clock c. M. SI !*.**< BUTTON BATES: r AILT CALL (including Sundays), $6 per year by tr.aiT. postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents por calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, live rcries three months. $6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve pages), «1 GO per year, postpaid. hITNIiAY CALL (lid WEEKLY CALL $2 50 per year, postpaid. V i.i-.Ki.\ CALL (eight pages), $1 25 per year, post- I no. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), $10. ' BPKCIAXi NOTICE FOX THE SUMMER MONTHS. Subscribers who intend going to the country dnr leg the summer mouths can bare THE DAILY CALL mailed to them fora week or longer ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 August 1890

r.i*srNFTSs chances. I v 1 7AA A GOOD INVESTMENT, CLEARING „1 I UU. $200 per month over and above all ex- penses: any one can run this milk route; kept by present owner tbe last 15 years; has a sure custom that will be guaranteed to the Incoming man; no •previous experience required; SO days' trial al- lowed before yon buy; no trouble with cattle, as the wholesale men deliver the milk dally, by yearly contract. Apply K. KENNY'. 22 Kearny st." ' lt " (It^nnn HOTEL FOR SALE IN SANTA CRUZ; «2_UUUU. 60 rooms: well located: doing a fine business; full value for the money: been estab- lished for a great many years; this Is something ex- tiaorilinary. Apply K. KENNY*. 22 Kearny st. i t .'ftl'JjKl A FINE GROCERY - STOKE FOR VJLOUU. sale; one ol the most prominent cor- ners, near Fifth and Market sts.; in the hands of an active man ls sure of an Immense trade; come and ;>ee the bargain I offer; one of the best bar-rooms counected with m corner grocery la the city; largo etock; good fixtur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 August 1890

6 TO A I'OUKO LADY CHOKIST. _fF_. T best wish Is that your sweet voice M I m May never, never die: I I ■ But after yon have sting through earth, p. M* t you'll slug up ln the sky— With other angels, bright and fair Who'll be up there along: •With whom you'll Join In heavenly praise *.:■.* *t '": Of everlasting song. And should I happen to get there, My happiest hours would be Brent sitting ln an orcfi'stra chair, A- listening to thee. Chablks M. Kcetz. TWO SIGNS. BY WILLIAM O. COCRTSEY. •wi^yjUEN" my mother died, after tbe ciiisli- A'A'l * Ing let of my loss had abated a little WllM*^ Into submission to the Inevitable, and *=— * "'| began, as the laying Is, to "look about me," I found It necessary to alter the sign over the little store she Had kept, and to out my name there in place of the one thai must only be carved once more upon a tombstone. It galled me, but 1 bad-no choice In the mat ter, for 1 am a cripple and deformed, and had been an almost useless burden on mv mother s ba...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 August 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. The Monthly Entertainment and Dance of the Sons of Termont. . SOME HONOLULU HAPPENINGS. '■'■''. The Harris-Moore Wedding at Gold Hill — Lowell Concert— Mission Social Across the Bay. The Vigilantes' Party. • _li- ..' . • ~. ■_■_■ ■ . ', ■, ■_ . - :,.-. r- Miss Yorke will give a reading this evening In the parlors of the Hotel Kafael. Her subject, by request, will be " The Life of Marie Basbklrtaefl lteviewed," the autobiography of the world famous young genius being taken as the ground woik of an interesting study. The guests at the . hotel aie anticipating the affair with consider able Interest Airs. .'.limb orue M. Thompklns will give a tea t his afternoon at her residence at San Anselmo, near Sao Kafael. Mrs. Mary carter of San Bernardino gave an enjoyable lawn tennis dinner party on Sunday at lier iesidence to a large number of friends. The Donegal Social Club held 'lts monthly meetine last night, when the Committee on I'ie uic announced that all arra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 August 1890

8 FILLED WITH SHOT. Killing of a Desperado at Cor onado Beach. 1 Heavy Downpour ol Rain Floods the Streets of -Bodie. • Young Sawyer Sues Out a Writ of Habeas " Corpus— Results of Races at Los An geles—Anti-Debris Affairs. Special Dispatches to The Mobnixo Call. San Diego, Aug. B.— A man named John Grady was shot and fatally wounded by the private watchman of the Coronado Beach Company about 1 o'clock this morn ing. Grady was discovered trying to hold up the company's agent, who bad just fin ished clearing up the night's business of ' the ferry, and had considerable money in his possession. When the robber found he was discovered lie turned on the watchman and discharged a revolver, narrowly niiss . Ing him. The burglar turned to run, when the watchman shot him in the back, filling him with shot and tearing a hole in his body about three inches in circumference. A handful of shot and pieces ot the bur glar's coat and shirt were carried into the -desperado's lung. Grady was the same ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 August 1890

THE CENTER OF GRAVItF "* TJUt ol&£ ! fg& r SS* o £ff> TSEF WAST ADS. In CALL, Last Four Sundays ---... 4620 In Examiner. , Last Four Sundays -. - - 3613 CALLS EXCESS. 1007 1 VOL. LXVIII.-NO. 71. WALDEMAR'S NAME WITHDRAWN. One of the Results of Emperor William's Recent Visit to Osborne. HE WILL NOT RULE BULGARIA. The Czar's Consent Wanted to An other Berlin Conference — The Kaiser's Desire fop a General r European Peace ; Compact— An Understanding With Norway and Sweden — Festivities Attending the Medical Congress. Copyrighted IM»0 by the New York Associated Press. Berlin, Aug. 9.— One of the results of the interview at Osborne between Queen Victoria, Emperor William, the Prince of Wales and Lord Salisbury is the- with drawal of the candidature of Prince Walde mar for the Bulgarian throne. Family reasons, notably tho protest of the King of Greece, influenced this decision. Under promptings of Emperor William, both the Queen aud the Prince of Wales are beginnihg to take a m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 August 1890

2 THEY MUST WAIT FOR FOUR YEARS. The Railroad From Santa Mar garita to Elwood Will Then Be limit. TEE SAN JOSE CONFERENCE. Grove L. Johnson Vindicated by the Sacramento Police Commission ers—Two Men Killed Over a Horse Trade— A Sonoma Man Run Down by a Freight-Train. V , State Convention Delegates. Bpetlal Dispatches to The Uobxiso Call. Sax Jose, An?. o.— The result of tho meeting of the delegates from tho coast counties with Colonel C. F. Crocker to-day, was that an executive committee was ap pointed to inquire into the details of the •agreement with the Southern Pacific Kail i ad in regard to closing the gap between Santa Margarita and Elwood, the committee to have power to act. . " ■■■"■. '-.*.. \ Chairman Elwood Cooper announced the r.ther meniDers nf the committee as follows: William M. Eddy of Santa Barbara. C. 11. Phillips ol San Luis Obispo, William H. Barnes of Ventura, B. 1). Murphy of Santa Clara, H. T. Wilicyof San Francisco, A. W. UarreU of Los Angeles, and J. J. Carr ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 August 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. THE FIELD OF SPORT. Busy Days Among Tacbtiug aud Rowing Men. L»ft Shoot of the Alameda Gun Club-Derelict Game Officials— Pugilists Are Leav ing the Slope. ars^ROUT-FlsniNG Is about done for. ■&l^ A little sport was lind in the early jlf* season, but now, when it should be at Its best, there is not a fish larger than a fingerling to be caught in any of the streams— to the Board of Fish Com missioners. Pugilistic sport is dead and the signs of new life in it are still in the dim distance. Time may possibly change the present con dition of affairs. There is now quite a stir in yachting and rowing circles, which, it is hoped, will be continued when the contests fur prizes are over. Athletic pastimes are fairly well patron ized. Tim cross-country runs will ma terially assist to build up an interest in the •port. ATHLETIC. The Cross-Country Uun of the Olympic Club. Amateur athletic sports are picking up - slowly and it is thought that when the ath letes, who have been ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 August 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL • Won a larirer circulation than any other "e^M.aper ...iDtithfl In Sun Francisco. V • riTBLI CATION OFFICE: «■"-. Monteomerr street, near Clay, open until U s«Crt r « BKASCH OFFICES: 710 Market ttrtet near Kearny, open raitu 12 o'clock midnight; sip n"v" •££ open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 ilrkin Mreet. open until 0:30 oloek, and 2518 liitaiuii Etreet, open until 9 o'clock T. m. ' SIBSCEIFTION KATES: TAIT V CALL (Including Sundays), JO per year by an, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per ralentlar month through carriers. DALLY CALL, five copies three months. $6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve pages), SI 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL mid WEEKLY CALL $2 50 per year, postpaid. -. "WEEKLY CALL (eight pages), $1 25 per year, posc luSil, Clubs or ten (sent to one address), $10. SPECIAL NOTICE FOX THE SUMMER MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend going to the country dur ing the summer months can have THE DAILY CALL mailed to them for a week or longer at regular ' wfb " tcrip...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 August 1890

CITY KEAL ESTATK. "a^A knoTcO-R. CASTRO AND 191H: LEVEL »&40UU. lot 4OxlO7;"street work done on both Btreeta. O. H. UMBSEN a- Co., 14 Montgomery eUeet. aulO SuTuTh 3t rain PC\n FINEEASTLAKERESIDENCEOF «JhIU.UUu. 12 rooms and bath: servant's room, stationary withstands, laundry, etc.; on Webster near Fulton. G. 11. CMBSEN & CO., 14 Mont- gomery st. aulO SuTuTh 3t C--J')'Ci COR. OF2OTH AND NOE: COTTAGE rO-i >\J. of •! rooms and large lot 57x105. G. 11. UMBSEN & CO.. 14 Montgomery st. 10 SuTuTh 3 CT. O/|llft LOT 37:6x72 on HAVES ST.. NEAR ■ iToUUU. Laguna. G. H. DMBSEN A CO., 14 Montgomery st. aulO SuTnTh 3t - Cil 7»"-vn A BARGAIN; 12 LOTS IN THE UNl- «^x I «>V/. verslty Mound tract; well located. G. 11. UMItSEN .v CO.. 14 Montgomery. 10 SuTuTh 3t W'J>)C/I 2-STORY HOUSE OF9 ROOMS IN" 2 .. • i — <»''. flats, renting for $26 per month, and lnt 180; Jessie ■■'.. near Third. G. H. I MISSED A CO., '4 Montgomery st. aulll SuTuTh 3t ffl;l<)PLA CHEAP; LOT 25x107:8^4 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 August 1890

6 ' BTJBTKES3 CHANCKa- T AM EMPLOYED IN A CASH BUSINESS THAT 1 is making money readily, but am poorly paid and discriminated analnst by a grasping and selfish , cor- porntlon. For this reason lam desirous of making a c?nfMleutlal arrangement with aresijonsl^epart^ ot means whereby through iuformatiou whitn 1 .„„, „„ rAn realize handsome returns witnoui SS "sk Pn"l/n parlies meaning business may addros S k ; f o7person^ interview only. Lucrative Box 161. Call Branch Office. auio_-t — OME-MADE BAKERY AND COFFEE-ROOM ; good location; cheap rent; good chance for man and wife or 3 parties. Apply at this office.lo 4* Ijrnn WILL BUY A GOOD-PAYING RESTAU- #< VV rant: receipts $30 per day. Apply to JONAS & CO., 737 Market St. aull 2t» IF YOU WANT TO BUY A GROCERY-STORE 1 call and see us; we have the best bargain ever offered. 11RENNAX & DUNN.92O Market St.lo St* OR SALE-STORE DOING GOOD BUSINESS; bargain. 219 Tenth St., near Howard. It* WANT A LADY OR GENTLEMAN WITH $1000 X ss par...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 August 1890

ELECTRIC LIGHTS FOR RAILROADS. Tlie Use of the Arc Light in the Switching Service. failure of Electricity in locomotive Heact- Lights— Too Much Vibration Affects the Current aod Destroys Carbons. Written for The Sunday Call. #°TMNE of the most prolific sources ■ 1 IK °* ir) J ur y t0 railroad men and ; •%a«>:.i expense to railroad companies lias been for many years the switching of cars in the yards at night, with no bet ter light than that afforded by a hand lantern to indicate the movements re quired. Owing to darkness and Indistinct signals the engineer is too often compelled to depend more on luck than otherwise to guide him in handling his engine and "kicking" the cars to their designated positions. The result of this switching - J —hazardous enough in daylight, but a thousand times more dangerous at night — lias been the sacrifice of many lives and the maiming of thousands of brakeman. In summing up the consequences of this lan- tern-signal systom the loss to the companies ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 August 1890

8 Two Delisiitfnl Picnic Tarties Given at (lie Del Monte. A SAN EAFAEL MUSIC ALE. The Eaton Eoating Party— A Large Number of Pleasant Home Par- ties — Hinkel Wooden Wedding. Private Picnics From This City. Personal Travel To and Fro. Interesting Notes. The visiting inrlners have been delightful peo ple to'entei tain and are loud in expressions of pleasuie with the natural beauty and hospitality of California. To-day will be spent as a day of rest and to-morrow is set for tbe departure for " home via the Canadian Pacific line. Mrs. P. B. Cornwall and her guests, Mrs. Colonel Shatter, Mis. P.unell aud Mrs. hymns, ciiiiie down on Friday to Santa Cruz from Mrs. Cornwall's beamllui country borne, "Heart of me Mountaius," aud gave a delightful lunch party at Hie Sea Beach Hotel. In the afternoon Mis. Shatter left for Monterey and the other ladles returned to the mountains. The Scottish residents of San Francisco are looking forward with great interest to the com lug celebration by the St....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 August 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. AN ARMY OF PEACE IN POSSESSION. The Grand Army of the Republic Enjoying the Hospitality aud Sights of Boston. THE ARCHES AND DECORATIONS. Preparations for the Grand Parade. President Harrison to Review •the Procession— Prominent Vete rans Who Will Participate— The Programme of Entertainments. Emergency Hospital Service. ByiSTOX, Aug. 7.— The city is wild S with Bxcilenient Not in many ft day 9 there been such a stir in this old The veterans of thn 6. A. 11. are coining by every train. There are thou sands of them. They are coming from all ' directions and the city Is filled with stran gers. The National Encampment of the G. .A. H. opens on Tuesday, August l-'ih, and an army of men who wore the blue, num bering at le.i<t 100,000, are expected here. The procession of old soldiers will afford the most impressive spectacle of the sort hat has been witnessed in this eonntry since the grand review of the armies of (iraut and Sherman in Washington at the close of tho war...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 August 1890

10 OLD MARGARET. WRITTEN FOR THE SUNDAY CALL BY GRANT ALLEH. «■&. HERE was sometlitaß exceedingly re /*'>* pulsive to flush Cliaodos about the very %|j\loolco! old Margaret, with whom, never cT*fo lne)esSi his professional duties brought him so often in close contact, From the very flr«t day that he came to Aiding ton the young doctor had taken a strangely instinctive dislike to that curious, weazened-up, Impassive old woman. II i haled even to come across her; and yet, whenever lie was called in after all was over to certify to the cause of death tie was always sine to hud that stolid old hag, grim and silent as the Riave itself, shambling slowly and me chanically In the chamber of death through her horrid and appropriate duties. An utterly un emotional, automatic, inexpressive mortal, old Margaret;! piece of animated human clock woik,M it were, that went hobbling through life mutely and noiselessly, in a stealthy, ami quated, cat-like manner. She ver spoke or milled or wept...

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