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

BTTSTNES3 CnAJfCES. ! C •>'.-,( ii i •-. i:» i»~kTTy AND GENERAL PRO- _i.)v" ■ . duce store; one of the oldest and best- localcd tores in .\i..iiu-i!a: 6 good living rooms, 2 More rooms, yard and shed. 2 wagons, 1 cart, 3 -.. .Ml horses; doing a fine business; lull value lor Hit? money; owner is obliged to sell at a sacrifice, as he must leave at unco; will take part .ash: this busi- ness mnst '■•'■ seen bo lie appreciated, mini. & - I{ '-' t>s - ''"•'Vii Market st. j t W l|l|| PARTNEB WANTED TO ASSIST IN • I' "• attending to the rapidly growing trade In :i thriving cash business, worth double the amount- established 8 years; clearing $20il to $100 ,-i month' and can ie greatly increased; experience will not I'c required: want an honest, sober man wh& is will- !ng to devote 8 hours a daystrictly to business; the .luties are light and easily learned'; no night or Sun- day v.ork: the remaining partner Is a capable and trustworthy man and can furnish highest class of refe...

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. — 15 August 1890

6 FOIt EVKH THINE. « — aI)K ever thine, whate'er this heart betide; H I For ever thine, where'er our lot bo cast; Fate, that may rob us or all wealth beside, ,1 I Mian leave us love— till life Itself be past. The world may wrong us, we will brave Its hate; false friends may change, and falser hopes de cline; Thcvish bowed by cankering cares, we'll smile at Pate, Since thou art mine, beloved, and 1 am thine 1 ever thine, at evening's dewy hour, "When gentle beans to tendered thoughts Incline; IVhen balmiest odors from each closing flower Are breathing round me— thine, lor ever mine I Tot ever thine! amid the boisterous crowd. . Where the jest sparkles with the sparkling wine, I may not name thy gentle name aloud, Jf.ut drink to tbee In thought— for ever thine I For ever thine, when circling years have spread Time's snowy blossoms o'er tiiy placid brow; lien youth's rich glow. Its "purple light " Is fled, • . And lillifS bloom where roses nourish vow. Say shall I love trie fading beau...

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

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Further Festivities Promised at . Del Monte aud San Eafael. A FAREWELL LUNCHEON PAETY. The Harrington Double Birthday Party— An Institute Entertain ment—Social by Fruitvale Lodge. . The St. Joseph's Assembly En tertainment—A Drive to Pine Grove— A Social Dance. General and .Mis. Nelson A. .Miles will be tend eieil a ball on Friday of next week by tlie guests oi the Hotel del Monte. Social Council, No. 46, O. C. F., held one of its pleasant reunions last evening a! lied Men's Ball. Dancing lo tbe music of Mrs. M. A. t tliUeltlns was Hie feature of the enjoyable affair. The committee In charge consisted of Mis. A. CliSse, Miss May Macdunald and Mr. Charles E. Allen. A fall tennis tournament Is announced to lake l lace at Hie Hotel Bafael on September Cth, 7th, fill and Oil). Theie will be doubles and ladles' nipples. Prizes will be ofleied by the California Lawn 1 emus Association. 'Ilia second party of Ihe Zig-zag Social Club will L>e given at Mission O...

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

8 GARDEN CITY RACES. Interesting Events Yesterday on the San Jose Track. The Faiforities Badly Beaten in an Ex citing Pacing Race. An Editor Id Los Angeles County Tarred md Feathered — Natural Gas Near San Bernardino. Special Dispatches to The Mossing Call. • • San Jose, Auk. 14.— The crowd which assembled at the park to witness the races yesterday was the largest which has gath ered at this meeting. The number of ladies present was unusually large, and the grand stand was brilliant with the beauty of their garments. The balconies of the elnb- house were crowded, and the carriages oa the Inside of the paddock were more numerous than ever. The weather could hardly be improved upon, -and while the races were not fast they were good, and afforded an afternoon of good sport In fact, the racing match proved to be one of the most exciting events that ever came off on the track, re sulting in a complete defeat of the favor ites. SPECIAL RACES. 'Ih.< fust event was a special trotting I r...

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. — 16 August 1890

f THE CONVENTION" ■ Of the want advertisers hiva nominated , THE CALL ps the Only Want Medium. They 'j have voted for it, this week, at the rate ol | mire thin I IOCO WANTADSA DAY! VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 77. BEHRING SEA. The Matter Laid Before the House of Commons, Salisbury's Side of the Question Received With Signs of Approval. In Assertion That There Is No Likeli hood of the Extermination or the Fur Comments of tne Press. Special Dispatches to The Morning Call. London, Aug. 15. — In the Commons to night Alexander Stareley Hall questioned the Government regarding the position of the Behrinjj Sea negotiations. lie said a careful inquiry on the spot had satisfied him that the methods by which British vessels conducted their fishings led to no endue waste of seal life. It was not the case that fenir.le seals were recklessly ■lain. Ferguson, speaking for the Government, laid that no adequate judgment could be formed on the negotiations or on the diplomatic correspondence on the subject unt...

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. — 16 August 1890

2 POLITICAL FIELD. Colonel Harkliaui Is Given a Grand Ovation. Co'.emac Gainirg Strength-English Is losing, V hUa Pona Looks Co:dly 0i;-Rival Candidates Meet. The corridors of the Palace Hotel pre sented an exceedingly warm and auimated appearance for a while yesterday after- A buzz of conversation rose in the air, and the breaths of many of the talkers, richly laden from the spice-giving quarters of the b;ir, uiiide a disinterested onlooker imagine ti at the great hostelry was planted somewhere in Ceylon. Delegates to a 1 X nitiTatie convention are seldom accused of lack of animation, and certainly the crowd tiierc was not wanting in life. Suddenly ■ cold draft swept through the ( mcc as if a section of Sun Francisco fo(? had floated in through the open door and drifted ever nrar tbe clerk's desk. A shiver ran through ail present Delegates from the South eagerly sought the cloak room for their overcoats, and those who were i ag at the hotel buttoned up tlicir collars iigninst the c...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 August 1890

CITY HALL CONTRACT Why Such a Difference in the Bids! Mr. Strothcr Insists That tils Wcrk Is Hot , Being Done as It Weird Be if Uv.r Were Still the Architect. In. tie absence of Mayor Pond Mr. Strother presided at the meeting of the City Hall Commissioners yesterday. The main purpose of the meeting was to open bids that had been invited on three important contracts. Before these were opened, however, Mr. Strother said he had a matter of con siderable importance that he thought de manded immediate attention of the com mission. In his recent surveys of the City Hall building he Dad discovered dangerous defects in the construction of the two tow ere on the Lartin-strcet wing, and, as they appeared to be in au unsafe condition, threatening the lives of the workmen and the public, he proposed a resolution that three experts be appointed— by each Commissioner— to examine the towers and report back to the board. These towers, Mr. Strother explained, were erected twelve years ago. The ter ....

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. — 16 August 1890

4 " THE MORNING CALL Ha* a larcer clronlatlon than any other newspaper piihlUlu'il In San Francisco. PUBLIC ITU'S office: SESi Hayes street, open until fl:J0 o clock: WM larkln ttrcet, open until 9:30 Clock, ami 8618 lUahni nreet, open " : ''" 9 <''''"'>■• '•■ M. M BSCIUFTION RATES: iiaily (Ail. (including Sundays), SB per year by „ ail, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents par calendar inoßtH through carriers. DAILY CALL, five c<lksilireeincuths,s6 25. SUNDAY I ALL (twelve rape:-?, SI 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL at d' i I.M.V CALL 4-2 50 per year, postpaid. Vl.j.kl.i CALL (eight pages), *1 25 per year, pott- Itiu. -Clubs of tea (sent to one address), $lv. BFECIAX NOTICE FOR THE BUMMKB MONTHS. S-iiljscribrrs who Intend going to the country ilur h'g the summer months can have THE DAILY CALL mailed to them for a week or longer at regular sub tuliitiuu rates, 15c per week. Give order to carrier 1 1 Kud to business ones, YTEATIIEU PREDICTIONS. Signal NERVICK. (". S. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 August 1890

nrsiXF.ss FHANCES. '■ ..-'- '■'-.•- ~<r.-\--.r\t\ PARTNER WANTED TO ATTEND CtiJl'l'. to the cash department, payment of bills and assist in looking alter the help in a large, well-established livery and boarding stable in this city; no previous experience required: the business Is positively clearing $700 per mouth over and above all expenses; one of lent owners is retiring from business; you can have a trial of It until fully satisfied tore buying; this Is an agreeable busi- ness (or anybody; the remaining partner is one of the it-known men in this city. Apply K. KENNY, I' 2 Kearny st. ■ It <">">('() HOTEL FOR SALE; FIRST CLASS t?O<JVI\J. 1,1 every respect: paying largely; lo- cated across the bay; established over BO years; always full during both winter and rammer; owner lof business is also owner of the real estate and will give a long lease to a i;.,.,ei party; he is retiring from UisiiiOf. but will remain with purchaser until the custom Is fully assured. Apply K...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 August 1890

6 VAKCY'S LIKE. RE yet with manhood's rain desire m I My vows for Fortune's gifts I breathed, Ft Fancy bestowed a plaything-lyre, With roses and with cypress wreathed I Dearly I prized the tnneful toy. Nor could my fond car ascertain II mist I loved Its notes of Joy. Or sweeter thought its plaintive strain. Whene'er my novice hand presumed To wake the chords of grief or Rlee. The cypress cioom'd, the roses bloom'd, And ail was tears or smiles lor me! Keslected long. I lately tried This charmer of my infant days; Alas, eacb gay sound It denied. And murmur'd only mournful lays. Too soon I found the cause, my eyes Upon Its lessen'd garland casting— E'en Fanes 's rose deciduous dies: YVli} Is her cypress everlasting T VI. It. S. A STRANGE EXPEDIENT. [Continued.] chapter 11. A summer HOLIDAY. "If 5011 are going to Antwerp in your travels, Dcvouaid." said one ol Hie clitels of ins depart m«ut an lie was s.iViUK lii» adieux, "1 wish you a look 111 on in}' old lileuds Murilon & Muruou '...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 August 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Sir Walter Scott's Memory Hon ored by the St. Andrew's Society. THE CAMPBELL DEJEUNER. Joint Anniversary Celebration by Two Courts of Foresters — Marechal Niel Hop— Zizzag Club Party. Birthday Party on Pine Street. The Ames Surprise — Home Pro tection Club Party. !TLs ladles of the Elsirere Club will give a tea tliis evening at (lie residence 01 Mrs. Hogeri, Fauntleroy House. 105 Stockton street, lor me benefit of li.cii UMterajarlen. ■ Mia. M. Deauebas been elected Grand Presi dent at lit- Giauu Council of the C. L. A. 8. lield . ai Santa Cruz. Miss M. Hilary of Alamcdals Graud Treasurer, and Miss Stella M. u'l'.rleu of 11 li tiiy Grand Secretary. The Graud Board of Dnectors Is as follows: Mis. M. J. Lohso of Oak .Hid, Mr.«. liatllio I.auiiier of Stockton, Mrs. 11. iv»ue, Mrs. Kate Lynch of San Francisco, Miss Mai) Lambert of Oakland, Mrs. Sweeney, Mm. fiillen, Miss O'Kane, Mrs. A. B. Magulre and Mrs. Code of Sao Francisco, ami Airs, Bap perl of Alan>...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 August 1890

8 TAR AND FEATHERS. An Azusa Editor's Unpleasant Experience. Sc&ool-Boys Make an Unsolicited Addition to His Apparel. A Humher of Culprits Arrested— A Montana Millionaire's Estate Claimed by a Woman— Blancnard Honored. •pedal Dispatches to The Mobsiso o>t.i. Los Axgei.es. Aug. 15.-Late this after- Doon four young men, of ages varying be tween 16 and 21 years, were brought to this city from Azusa ana temporarily lodged in the Count; Jail on a charge of having been concerned in the tarring and feathering of Hit< r Bentley of the Aznza Newt last wefk. Tlie young men ere Harry Aniinon, William Potter, Oliver (.'uniniings and Will iam llamlin. Tlie latter is a son of County Auditor Ilamlin, and the others are mem bers el the most respectable families in tbe county. Shortly after reaching this city Ibey were released on ¥500 bail each, their txamlnalii n being sot for to-morrow morn iDg before Justice isavasc The assault on Editor Bentley had its origin, it seem*, in events that...

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. — 17 August 1890

■ ' . " ■ -'■ ■--.'■ ■ ■ ■ ' ' '. STILL HIGHER ! f ■' o . ' \ THE DAILY AVERAGE OP THE WANT ADS ' HAS CLIMBED UP ANOTHER ROUND ON '< THE LADDER OP POPULARITY. ■' '.' i LAST WEEK'S AVERAGE ................ ,©S 1 ' ■■■.AT- IS THE ONLY WANT MEDIUM ! \ VOL. LXVIII.-NO. 78. ROTTING AT MARE ISLAND. Nothing Done Toward Preserv ilis the Hartford. A Communication on the Condition of Farragut's Old Flag Ship. The River and Harbor Appropriation Bill ">allj Passed by the Senate—Pro ceedings of the House. Special Dispatches to Thk Morning Cam. Washington, Aug- 16.— The following letter was to-day received by Senator Hearst: Navy Deft., Washington, Aug. 14, 1800. Sir: I have to acknowledge the tecelpt ot your inquiry of August 11th, and to say In reply tbat \ the Bureau of Construction and Repair, in the report ol Ocober 31, 1888, thus stated the con dition of lhe Hartford: "Tbe sloop of war Hart loid Is likely to be condemned, because the cost of ber repairs exceeds tbe 20 per cent limit, ...

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. — 17 August 1890

2 A DEMOCRATIC WAR DECLARED. Stephen M. White Sows Fierce Discord in tho Party. '* Strong Opposition to His Plan of Indorsement Set Senator by the Convention, Coleman Still Leads. Tlie Son Jose Democratic Convention promises to be one of the liveliest held in years, for, besides the gubernatorial con test and the smaller battles over the minor nominations, there is a fieht of the very I. iciest kind on the programme over the proposition of Stephen M. White that the convention shall indorse, or, in fact, nomi nate, a candidate for United States Senator. Mr. White's idea can best be expressed in bis own words: "What I propose," said he to the archi tect of this column, yesterday, "is simply that the Slate Convention shall name a man for Senator just as a "National Conven tion nominates a President lt is popular Democratic doctrine that the United States Senators shall be elected directly by the people, and this plan would accomplish this result as near as any plan could under our Cons...

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. — 17 August 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. __x _. i ■ IfMt^l^^ By referring to this map it will readily be ~^ °7 tlfejr P^F^-GH^I __^^^^^CE^v ( "T^O / \L-7t%~FV E I i/3 . seen that OGDEN is the great railroad center be- Ik IT o^W^ SHORT TTTx^ s^^ I \ \\f(P'' MR, C. E. MAYNE, Who IS Credited With making (Ma tween Chicago and San Francisco. At some point ra«>vg'J r£-— o° ; s c,f ' c — — 7" —^^..^jfeCy " lc^'- :^^^ : ' ! \* between Chicago and san Francisco there must lfe%jf^j9|/^ v HFERASK/^toC^S^' 'y^- 11:i:::::::I^ ' 3 a City, foreseeing the great future of Ogden, is giving al be a great metropolis. OGDEN will be the place. (i-lw^W//^' £>^Z, **** c "' vC^-^o,, " J^^^--^^-^^ „ . „ . 'a** a x. am '*, ( w ,»„ Not only has she the natural advantages, but also [feft^ \ l^>^^^ Of hIS te and energy to the npbmlding Of that City the men to make her a great city. Now is the ?^C^) °^-.*.v^_ v^^-^— —^ i FBBA^T"^ 7 yf// i T\ x Being now a resident of San Francisco, he has charge time to invest a few dollars and ...

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. — 17 August 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL, :■'. •.-- Itaa ■ larger circulation than any other newspaper published In San Francisco. PUBLICATION OFFICE: X"x. Montgomery street, near Clay, open nntll 11 o'clock T « BRAKCH OFFICES: 710 Market street neir Ke:,r,c,.,e;.,-n until 12 o'clock midnight; ' slaves street? open until 9:30 o'clock; 603 l.ic.kin street, open until 0:30 oSoct, and 2518 ailksiuii street, open until 9 o'clock p. m. - - j ;, SIKRCRirTION KATES: DAILY CALL (including Sundays), $B per year by sail. postpaid: 15 cents per week, or M cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, live copies three months, f 6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve pages), Sl 00 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL and WEEKLY" CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. ■WEEKLY CALL (eight pages), »1 25 per year, past- Ibid. Pans of ten (sent to one address), *10. SPECIAL NOTICE .FOB TUE SUMMER MONTHS. Subscribers who intend goin; to the country dur h.p the summer months can have THE DAILY CALL mulled to them for a. week or looser at r...

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. — 17 August 1890

CITY REAL ESTATE. "^TtQf^fT'^S'XfOKY HOUSE OF 9 ROOMS AND &ZOOV. lot 33:1x70: only 76 feet from the Misslon-st. cable road; on Lizzie St., near 'Jfltti- Spring Valley water; make an otter. <;. H. L'MH- snx A CO.. 14 Montgomery street. au!7 SaTuTh St ■ii 1 i-xAA MAKE AN OFFER-LOT 60x100, ON 1 tIUVT. line of horse-cars; 15th aye. near Bal Iroad aye.. South S. F. Q. H. UMBSEN A CO . ii Montgomery st anl7 SuTuTh 3t ' silx^'lA 2 AY -WINDOW FLATS OF 5 AND vpxJmmOV. 6 rooms and bath each, on Guerrero St., near 17th: lot 35x80; reuts $52 50. G. 11. I MB.--EN A- CO.. 14 Moutgomery. au!7 SnTuTh 3t *fel TOO 1 , -!. UO, ' ASS " NEAR 1!, " Ii: LOT 25x ... lUUU. 100. G. H. l'Ml-.SI;N a CO.. 14 Mont- - ;l ''ry st. au!7 SuTuTh 3t )r >oo A , „ RlsoN ' NEAR 24TH: LOT 30x .„ -ill'U. 122:6. G. U. UMBSEN _- CO., 14 Montgomery at. aul7 SuTuTb 31 *.SM)O S, R ? EN a ST NEAR SCOT I; LOT ._ 1 1 1 \i\J. 81x137:6. Q. 11. DMBSEN .V CO., 14 Montgomery st. a, 117 , ; , M ,i ih_ ■<i;"l(l(i t,OR - HAIG...

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. — 17 August 1890

6 CITY REAL ESTATK. EASTON, ELDBIDGE * CO., BEAL ESTATE Exchange, 638 Market st BUSINESS PROPERTY. $40.000-0' it, close to Mason; fine buy; J]pSiSSo-JuSS^r st, near Gough: 2 houses and l 0$" -city Hall lot. Park aye., near the cor. of Larkinst; slue 25x100; very cheap. a. sto $65.000-Graut aye., near Market St.: *"«" y building leased at $326 a month; pays 7 per cent; n«%o°oi-G ea" """near Dupont; rent. $200 a ■££M S_3S£cS. t Tort and Jones sts.: iot 30x82:6: can be improved and made to pay handsomely. SMALL INVESTMENTS. . $10,800— Reut $90; house of 2 fiats on Height st. ; new house. , .mm . $11.000— Fell st, close to Octavia; house of 2 flats; lot 27:6x120. $9000-Minna st. near 6th: house and lot 25x80. S $6000— Cor. Cumberland and Dolores sts,; house I Of 2 flats; lot 23x114. $3750— Rent $34: Clara st, near 6th; lot 25x80. $3000 Must be sold; Langton st, near Hryant; tenements renting tor $28 a month; lot 25x75. $2300— Cheap: 291h St., near Sanchez; store and 7 rooms: lot 25x114....

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. — 17 August 1890

UF 17 Til 17 W I fr— -—-^^ -^=^==^z^^ Ifl I^ BTfj 1? W hh l in v ! =£iprill>=^ Jjilnij 1 1 Jj ii THE CREAM OF IS SELLING FAST! SAN FRAHCJSCO UIK! ?I|^^ VERY FAST!! J*"™ 1 ■£ MOST m ' More than on^alf of the prop- FUHTANT SUBDIVISION of City erty already secured by some of 2FlMrt Third-Street Depot; T- VL 1?^ l^i \T I Pi^TO 12 Minutes from Valencia and 26th Street Located on the Grand Ocean Boulevard Leading from Mission Street to Lake Merced. Is all Smooth Garden Land. Is Only Thirty Minutes from Market and Kearny Streets. • Is all Graded Ready for Building. - Is Within One Thousand Feet of Two Railway Stations. Is Now Being Planted to Shade and Ornamental Trees. Is Within a Half Mile of Mission Street. Is Traversed by Spring Valley Mains. , Is on the Line of Market-Street Extension. Is the Most Attractive Property in San Francisco. Is in the Direct Line of the City's Growth. "■ Is Destined to SeU on Its Merits. Is Adjacent to the Grand Avenue South from Golden Gate Park, Is the ...

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. — 17 August 1890

8 AUDITOR AND REGISTRAR. Smiley Accuses StrotLer of Stuff ing tbe Bolls. A Tempest is the Election Commitiion-Hard Compliments Exchanged, bat No body Hurt. Mayor Pond was not present to pour oil on the troubled waters of tbe Election Com mission yesterday as is bis customary prac tice, hence every squall that arose had to spend its force belore quiet could be re stored, and It proved one of the stormiest meetings on record. In Mayor Tond's ab sence Mr. Strotber presided. The first matter taken up was L. R. Lean's appointment. Air. Strotber stated that he wished to withdraw the name as judge in the First Precinct of the Twenty ninth District and substitute George Hughes, living at 3.1% Hush street. Mr. O'Hrien also withdrew the name of William Bailey Jr. in the Sixth Precinct of the Twenty-ninth District and substituted Robert T. Ounn. BTBOXHZB IX A HUBBY. Mr. Strotber seemed anxious to get through with the work in hand as quickly as possible, and suggested haste; but Mr. Smiley had ...

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