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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 August 1890

SEE THEM GROW! For the first time on Tuesday THE CALL this week exceeded 1000 Want Ads ! WANT ADS IN TUESDAY'S CALI 1003 WANT ADS IN TUESDAY'S EXAM only 710 CALLS EXCESS 293, OR 40 PER CENT! VOLUME LXVIH-NO. 74. MARKHAM IN THE LEAD. The Managers of the Los An geles Man Assert That He Will Get the Nom ination on the Second Bal lot. " J INROADS ON MORROW'S FORCES. Hearing the End of What Is . Claimed to He " The Most Bit ter Fight Ever Recorded in the Political History of California." TEMPORARY OFFICERS ELECTED. The Order of Business Decided Upon. The Committee on Platform Fails . to Indorse Waterman's Admin istration— Estee's Statement. The Chief Justiceship. Special Dispatches to The Mobn:n-o Call. _ " Sacramkxto, Aug. 12.— The Federal of fices ol San Francisco are evidently de pleted. Sacramento is literally alive with employes of the Mint, Custom-house and PustofSce, and to a man they are working for Mr. Morrow. Recollections of favors done, and dreams of future patronage have whe...

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. — 13 August 1890

2 DELEGATES ELECTED. Democrats Who Will Go to the . Stale Convention. "Boss" Buckley's Slate Goes Through With cut a Crack-Nut a Single Wolf Among the Lambs— Meeting!. The election or delegates to tlie Stite Demo cratic Omwiilion. to be held In San Jose next Tuesday, passed on last evening in this city very quietly and without opposition to the stale ticket piepared by "Boss" Buckley, except In the Tlililielh District, where M. K. limileavy was clo-e run by William Carter, who lost by comparatively (ny votes. The returns begun to arrive an early bom at Ilia County Committee rooms and continued pourln? In with maclilne like precision until shortly before midnight, when only oneprecincr, me Third of. the Twenty-nlntli 1 Islriet, had not been received. Voting was held by districts, -1 me of which returned as many as twelve delegates and others only seven. The total vote 1 ecoided ou Hie returns was as. ".^7. wan one precinct yet to be heard from. Fallowing is a list of the delegates wi...

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. — 13 August 1890

„-_-_- _~™~~_~ MISCELLANEOUS. __._„.,.- - ft S FEEL SORE TO-DAY UECAUSE THE GODDESS OF FICKLE FORTUNE 3 FAILED .TO SMILE. UPON THEM. ' fl I ' ' — ■ — — ' — 1 | f OUR YOUTH IX HIS TEENS FIGURES HOW HE COULD S I MARRY HIS ISKST GIRL IF HE WINS THE CAPITAL PRIZE. jr- " I MECHANIC— HOW HE COULD OW> HIS OW>' HOME IF - HE HELD THE LUCKY NUMBER. i __ — — I OUR MERCHANT CALCULATES OX WONDERFUL THINGS HE I WOULD ACCOMPLISH IF HE WON THE PRIZE. | |1 — I % OUR OLD COUPLES FIGURE WHAT A MCE EASY LIFE THEY I I WOULD LEAD II THEY HELD THE LUCKY TICKET. | 5 I ' I ? Aim what dreams these lottery players have. Fanciful figures of wealth loom { tip before them, and la, they are only doomed to disappointment, for on the day £ . of the drawing they find fy»/t tHey were near it— very near it — but had not the I . figure to «in the prize; an™ln»n they say, "On, pshaw, I'm out of luck; 1 in in | the soup." Now, you go to work and take that Great Big Dollar and see how far f ."•'..■-■;-.■."." •.•.•.•...

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. — 13 August 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL fTI.II a larger circulation Uian any other n'eirei<ai>er |.nl>lis)ie«l 111 San Francisco. rTTHI,ICATIOX OFFICK: B?5 ■ontromery strcft. near easy, open rniti! 11 oviort r v. BKAKUB OFFICES: 710 Market iti.ft near Kesrny.open until 13 o'clock midnight; ■-••■ Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 6U3 larkin street, open until 9:30 olock, and 2518 liJSSiI 1. Mil, ■.. , ■•■ ■■ until 9 o'clock p. M, AUCTION SALES TO-lIAI. -\ -'} rrjsiTrnr.- By '"■<">• *'• Lanisou, a; 1003 Wash ington st, at 11 o'clock. EisT.irKAXT.-Hr •'■ Linda, at 648 Fourth, st, near lowummiil. at 11 o'clock. WEATHER PREDICTIONS. Sional Service, U. S. Armt.l I»ivision of tjik Pacific, i San Kkancisco, ai:. 12, 18»0. f si . M.— Pacific time. J Synopsis for tile Pa*t Twe ity-four Hour*. The barometer Li highest la Washington and low est In Southeastern Cttifornuv. Tin" temperatnre has rises In Oregon, Washington and Southern 0 iii forui.i, and lias fallen In Northern California. The weat...

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. — 13 August 1890

nt'STKESS CnA>TKS. I c-.i.^-n gham) isvestm'enT: paper t^r >— '71/. route for sale; leading morning paper: one of the most desirable routes in he city ; clearing over $150 per in "ir.b ; only takes 2 hours each moru- -Ins; you can bave 2 weeks' trial before purchasing. Apply W. F. mi.ai.y. 1004 Market st. It* Q inn PRESS BUSINESS. NO. 1 STAND, C' lll '- Market st. : 2 horses, wagon, etc.- clear- ' l»g $90 >' f r month, w. F. id a 1., 1004 MarneLl* Cg JPL A SALOON, AT A BARGAIN. ACCOUNT *,_ tijyj. sickness: 5 rooms; come prepared to I'urchase. Apply W. F. HEALY, 1004 Market st.lt» V (If ill livK CORNER SALOON, NEAR UUv. Market and Mason sts.; doing a busi- ness of (1000 a month: 3 card-roi >■ side en- trance: full value In stock and nxturcs; lons lease and low nt; this is one of tin' best bargains In the Cils ; an) one can run It and make money. DIEHL * KQSS. 873 Vi Market St. " It Cc(;nn PARTNER WANTKD TO assist in %, " ''• attending to the rapidly growlnsdrade In :» ll:...

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. — 13 August 1890

6 PKRSONAI.S. \\' ALLACET. STEWART-IMPORTANT NEWS >< awaits him at office of Chief or Police. Infor- mation of his whereabouts thankfully received by same. aul3 3t LADY DESIRES CORRESPONDENT OF PURE character, fair education and middle age: sex Immaterial- object-exchange of thought on books we read, current events and timely topics for mu- tual entertaining and literary Improvement. Ad- dress MRS. A. K. MASON. Modesto, Cal. aulj 2t« HE ICE TRUST HAS HAD A SOFT THING 1 for many years in this city and It will be hard for them to lose It. but people will have the best, and are now ' getting their Ice from the Distilled Water Ice Company, 420 Eighth St. It . DVICE IN ALL LEGAL MATTERS; DIVORCES _\ satisfactorily obtained; terms reasonable. R. "II AH. attorney. 805 Kearny st. in>lB 6m •ml ENS' FRENCH CALF SHOES, FORMERLY »5. jM now S2 50 at LESSER BROS., 406 Kearny.eodtf T ADIES' FRENCH KID BUTTON SHOES $2 50. Jj At LESSER BROS.. 406 Kearny St. ]v!7eodtf "HUDDLE-AGED LADY, OF S...

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. — 13 August 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD - - ■ Some Native Daughters Give - a "Celebration" Enter , (aintuent. FISHING OFF CATALUTA ISLAND. _ The Del Monte Second Anniversary Party — Miss Shea Surprised. The Hicks-Winstead Wedding. Garfield Corps Entertains Its Friends — Hart-Bradshaw Wed ding — Personal Notes. The California Camera Club give an exhibition ol ■■ Illustrated Chicago," pn i ared by members c-r the Chicago Camera Club, tins evening at Oud Fellows' Hall. A number ot friends were pleasantly enter tained at luncheon by Mr. and Mrs. James l'be — lan last Friday at their cottage in Santa Cruz. Those. present were: Mr. ami Mrs. Jamas l'he l.in, Mrs. Diiv.il. Miss Duv.il, Miss Mir* Burnett, Miss Edith Dreooan, Mrs. Frank J. Sullivan, Miss Mollle Pnelan, Miss Norms Kyland sod Mr. De'.apy, a cousin nt Mrs. James Phelau. The regular quarterly social of the Ceiling - Monagluo Social Ciub took place at their 1001119 in Metropolitan Temple last evening. Over 160 li lends enjoyed dancing until mi...

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. — 13 August 1890

8 CALIFORNIA TRACKS. Auspicious Opening of the Fall Circuit at San Jose. " The First Day's Events Witnessed by an Immense Crowd. ■ One of the Favorites Beaten— To-Morrow's Programme — Yesterday's Races at Willows. •pedal Dispatches to The Moesixo Call. San Jose, Aug. 12.— The weather re mains pleasant and strangers continue to pour into town to attend the fair. There was an immense crowd at Agricultural Park this afternoon. At 2:30 o'clock Iva Baldwin went up into the air hanging to the trapeze of his balloon. Here he rode securely while the balloon drifted with the wind outward toward the city across the park. In two minutes' time the balloon bad reached such a height that from tne reporters' staud Baldwin looked not much larger, than a cigarette. The crowd watched him intently, and when he was seen to drop every breath was held until the parachute spread itself beautifully in the air and descended slowly to the ground. Half way down Baldwin began to oscillate hi the air like a pen...

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 August 1890

C ~ SEE THEM GROW! £ '• For the first time on Tuesday THE CALL this week exceeded WOO Want Ads' '• W«MAI)S IN TITESI>AVH GAX.Ii 1003 > WANT ADS IN TUESDAY'S KXAMINKIIonIy 710 ! CALLS EXCESS 293, OR 40 PER CENT ! ! VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 75. A GREAT VICTORY. Col. Henry H. Markham of Pasadena Receives the Nomination for Gov ernor on the First Bal lot. m r WILD ENTHUSIASM PREVAILED. Delegates Deserted the Other Candidates Before the Chair man Announced the Result, and the Nomination Hade Unanimous. J. B. REDDIGK FOR SECOND PLAGE. The Fight for Chief Justice Decided in Favor of W. H. Beatty— 11. Garoutte and It. C. Harrison >ameJ for Associate Jus tices — Au Unpleasant Episode. Special Dispatches to The Morning Cam. Sacramexto, Aug. 13.— The great battle _ has been fought and won, and Colonel Henry H. llnrkhaui lias been chosen to lead the Republicans in the coming campaign. A prettier fignt has never been seen in Cal f ;iiia and now that it is over, the predic tions of The Call hav...

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 August 1890

2 ALL "STRAIGHT." Boss " Buckley Formally Ac cepts His Delegates. How Txeetj to Be Bounded Up at Ban Jo»e Bo That the Wealth of tbe Democratic Chief Kay Not Grow Lejj. A special meeting of the Democratic County Committee for the purpose of canvassing voles and passing on the returns of delegates to the San Jose Convention was held last evening at Hie committee's room on Market stiff t. Tim. I. ii "l'.i :i Vice-President ot the committee, oc cupied il.o chair, In the absence of Cbaliman Dougherty. The resignation or Thomas F. Dolan of the Thirty-fifth District from the committee was ac cepted, .lohn Brown was elected to me vacancy. Canvassing returns was meiely a reading of Hie Buckley slate ticket, every return having a "utralßßt ticket and straight vote," which was nnnouucedto the house full of Democrats wait- Ing to beat the results. Vet Secretary .lames Long waded through the masses or sealed votes and leuirns for more than an hour, announcing lor each district in a machine-like ...

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 August 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Pleasant Reception Tendered lo liisliop and Mrs. W. F. Nichols. A Musicale at Mare Island — The Smith Fishing Party — Boyer Concert in Oakland — The Young Ladies' Institute Entertainment— A Sur prise Party at Warm Springs. The Twilight Club Dance— Social Breveties. The first complimentary enteitalnment and 1 ill of m. -i] ii's Assembly, No. 3, Y. M. C- V., will take place at Teutonla Hail, on Howard street, between Ninth and Tenth, this evening. A bachelors' club Das beeu organized at Sail Jose, wall a membership of nine celibates, who Lave secured club-rooms and will dine tocetlier, llenallziDE admissions and aposucles wiin — j-rii.-;.".!. riles. Xlielt eiuLlvni is said to be an owl rampant hast Sunday evening a raitv wits given in rouor of Mlas. T. Deijeos or i'leasenlon by Miss A. yon Bono. Hie evening was spent in singing ami dancing, alter \>ulch refreshments were served. Xlie guests departed after spending a \ iv pleasKiit evening. Mr." Martin Mc...

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 August 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL. JTss a larger circulation than H:iy oilier . «ie« 6i'»l>er pnr>li«!n-<I in San Francisco. rimUCATION OFFICE : t .-i, „•.,..„!!%■ street, near Clay, open until 11 oviork r. *. UISAM-H OFFICES: 710 Market ,**.,,*,.,,. Keiimy, open until 12 o'clock midnight; r:r Hayes street, open until !':>o o'clock: 603 l.ailin tlreet, open until 9:30 Clock, and 12518 *,»... i. meet, open until 8 o'clock r. v. ICII'TIOX BATES: PA II CALL . Including Sundays), $« per yexrby nail, postpaid : 1* cents per week, or 65 cents per % ; . ,;...,! month through carriers. DAILY CALL, live re j-iesrhrce mouths. ?ti 25. SUNDAY CALL /twelve >: ; . •■ .SI BO pfr year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL Kid VFKEKIiY CALL $2 50 per year, postpaid. V 1.1. i\ I. ( ALL <ei^!it pases), M -5 pet year, post l«iu. Clubs of ten (sent to one adtlrt-SSj, S-lU. SPECIAL NOTICE FOi: 188 SUMMER MONTHS. .•■Mi'.isern'iT* who intend goto;? to tlie couutry dor li l the summer months can u.ivt iii daily call ma...

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. — 14 August 1890

nrSTNESS CHANCES. -■■ jlii PARTNER WANTED TO ATTEND tT OO\J\f. to the cash department, payment of Mils and assist i.i looking after the help In a large well-estabiistied livery and boarding stable in this city; no previous experience required: the business is positively clearing $700 per month over mid .above all expenses; one of present owners is retiring from business: you can have a trial of it until lull? I Isned before buying;- this is an agreeable busi- doss tor anybody; the remaining partner Is one of the best-known men In this city. Apply K. KENNY 22 Kekrny st -It ffi ', \{ ST HOTKL FOB SALE: FIRST CLASS «4, iwuv. iii every respect; paying largely; lo- cated across the bay; established over 30 years- always full during both winter and summer: owner ol Business Is also owner of the real estate and will give a long lease to a g. od party; bets retiring from business, but will remain with purchaser until the custom is fully assured. Apply K. KENNY, 22 Kearny st. ]t •ft I (10t\ ...

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. — 14 August 1890

6 rEKSCTNAT.S. C-IL-N-THDRSDAY, 3; I'AL GOING AWAY; don't wrlte : , — Thelpeople want wo mows «*y»J""55 or pond Ice at 2 cents a pound w-hen they can get pure dlstllled-water Ice at Vt » ccn ' Sfrftir iA«c» it, ana enough to supply the whole city tr neces- sary , . ii- T T i«i MRVKR TO LATE TO DO WELL— BUY I T , our and provisions of ROI.INSON * KNOX. 21 ir.s Golden C sugar, *1: It) fbs best fine to granulated sugar, $1: best Dupee Chi- cago Miwr-niro.! hams, 15c per It.; Chicago »ugar-cur?d boneless hams. He per It,; best boneless bacon. 14c per It-: Chicago sugHr- cured picnic hams, lie per It.; Quaker rolled oats "packages for 25c: 6 Its best Eastern rolled oats 25c- 7 Its best rolled wheat, 25c u 10-tb bag besi patent col oatmeal, 40c; 10-!t. bag best graham flour or cracked « neat, SOc: 10-lb bag best corn- meal, 25c: 6- gal. can of Favorite high test coal oil, II 25 this oil we guarantee equal to Elaine; Starlight or Headlight oil. $.1 10 per can: water white oil, 90c per can:...

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. — 14 August 1890

LABOR DAY. General Preparations Being Made by (be Unions. The . Striking Holders Send Missionaries to the East— Sine of the Last Batch o! Arrivals Returned Yesterday. The Inters' Soinmltleeon Labor Day Parade me 1 , yesterday afternoon with George H. Saun- Uers in Hie chair. lit, Walking "Delegate will visit lite book and job offices to a*k the pro prietors to suspend work from 9 o'clock In the morning until 1 o'clock In the afternoon on Labor day so us to permit every one to jolu iv the pro cession. The newspaper men will turn out In chapels, of which Hie captains will draw lots as to which newspaper shall occupy first place. The following committees were then appointed: On Music— G M. Jones, W. W. Shannon, J. P. dwell, E. F. Conway, J. B. Woodward, they to encage a band of not more thitu sixteen pieces. On Usages and Banners— ll. F. White, W. W. Shannon, George B. Sauuders. On Invitations— S. H. Janitor, C. E. Backess and (i. I. Dill) nidi instructions to Invite ail per sons conne...

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. — 14 August 1890

8 SAN JOSE RACES. The Winners of the Purses in . Yesterday's Events. Impromptu Entertainment on the Track by Duke of Milpitas. A Dead Beat Between Alfretta and Re • i elver — Two Extra Races on the Programme for To-Day. . Special Dispatches to Th« Mobsiso Cali. San Jose, Aug. 13.— There was a large crowd at Agricultural Park this morning to witness the grand parade of horses and cat tle which took place at 10 o'clock. Many had assembled before that hour, and passed the time in inspecting the stock on exhi bition. The grand parade began promptly at the hour fixed for it. It was witnessed by a considerable number of people, among whom were many ladies in the grand stand aud a large coterie iv the club-house. There was also a large number of people in car riages. Judging from the crowd which assembled at the race-track at 2 o'clock, it would seem that running races are popular. Pool sel ling was lively and spirited. Sports from nil parts of the Stale were present, and put up their mone...

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 August 1890

I; THE CONVENTION Of the want advertisers have nominate THE CALL as the On y Want Medium. They have vote:! for it, this week, at the rate 01 m re than I'OOO "WANT ADS A. DAY ! VOLUME LXVIII— NO. 76. A TICKET THAT WILL SURELY WIN. The Republican State Convention at Sacramento Concludes Its Work. SOUND FROM TOP TO BOTTOM. Enthusiasm Over Waite's Nomina tion for Secretary of Siate — Mor row and Campbell Named for Congressmen at Large — Ander son Defeats Hoitt for School Sup erintendent— A Hot Fight for Su preme Court Clerk. Special Dispatches to Tut. Mobxin-q Call. ■■-rr—- Sacramento, Aug. 14.— The satisfaction is general over the result of the State Con vention, and all factious join in declaring that' the ticket is the strongest ever nomi nated in the State of California. From top to botttjm it is conceded that there Is not a weak spot in it, and Republicans of all shades of opinion claim to-night that its success is certain. Geographically and otherwise it is strong, so they all say...

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. — 15 August 1890

2 THEIR TURN NOW. Democrats Wire- Pulling for the Slate Convention. "■What Is Said Abcut the Cardidates-Hoi Showered on. Colonel Markuani, the Ecpublican Standard-Bearer. Estimates of Democratic politician? place Coli-ninn in the lead on the first ballot for Governor in tlie Democratic State Conven tion, v. iih English a close second. Coleman and English each claim 200 votes lor them selves among the country delegates. Both these estimates are doubtless, excessive ; but English's friends concede 170 country dele sates to Coleman, coining mostly from the southern counties. Ci.leman's friends place his interior vote at ISO. It i? probable tliat lie will muster 175 votes in the convention from districts outside of San Francisco. The English vote will be at about the same figure. . lerowi and English will thus come to the San Francisco delegation with about an even tiling of it; but It is with the San Francisco delegation that Coleman gets his main- strength. The city delegation, it is ...

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 August 1890

iiirwffT^ i " iß '' awM ' BMtB ' ll wi r iimHriVi^w^'— *'tiiißi in i " 11 ' ] it > a Do You Know the Power of Money? What Grand Things You Can Do With It! What Misery There Is Without It ! TO BE BRIEF AM) PLAIN WITH YOU— WE ARE IX WANT OF COIN, and must have it mix-lily quick. Our stock is too large. It giro-: a person a headache to see tlie grand eoods stacked towers high. We must realize on it— lT'S OUR ONLY MONEY GETTER. If yon want clothing you've got a picnic. We don't care for cost or loss; wo. want coin, aud coin we're going to have if we've got to lose $5 on every suit we sell. " : .' CHEVIOT SUITS must get up and git at -.-'.. $5,00 CASSIMERE SUITS will have to get up and skip at - - - $7.50 FINE WORSTED SUITS 'II have to go skimming out of the house- a \ n ft ft at 0 1 UsUU Hundreds of Grand Cutaways, in imported fabrics, elegantly lai- ffr\ Q C|f| lored, will have to leave our house for $lUiJu Heaps of Handsome Dress Suits, the cheapest one has been sold by us all alon...

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 August 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL fan a' larger circulation Una any other r.ewi-1 :.!'i. published in San FranciSLi). rriU.ICATION OFFICE! 625 Montgomery street, near nay. open .".hi 11 onofk r v. BRANCH OFFICES! 710 Market ttreet.noar r.open nntll 13 o'clock midnight: ;.,,. street, i pen until !'::iO o'clock; bO3 l:ukiu mi,.:, open until 9:30 Clock, uuil 2518 ftUull I. ttrcet. •']'<"< until 9 o'clock !■■ M. •si BSntiniOS KATES: r>AII.T cam- (Including Sundays), *H per year by B«H. postpaid: 15 cents per week, ore-", cents per calendar uionth through carriers. DAILY CALL, live c<iuesiliiccnioiiths.?o 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve I ages), >; 50 per year, postpaid, SUNDAY CALL Bi.o Wl-.EKI.Y CALL (2 So per year, postpaid. VKL'kl.i (ALL (eight pages), SI 25 per year, pqat ■ Ibid. Clubs of ten (pent to oni address), 10. SPECIAL NOTICE POX THE SUMMER . MONTHS. Subscribers ■■ bo Intend going to the country <lnr- Ii n the summer months can :i .,. THE daily call inaUed to luein fora week or l...

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