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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 August 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. — . " -■- BSM fcolored Dress Goods Department! A Matchless Display of Early Styles and Novelties! Colored Dress floods Department ! Frenoh and. Sootclx Plaids. In addition to the MAGNIFICENT ARRAY OF EARLY FALL STYLES IN SILKS, Plain and: Fancy Weaves. 40-INCH FANCY TARTAN PLAlls^traawfptuerns. will be offered at 40c per VELVETS and BLACK aM COLORED DRESS GOODS ShOWn in their reSpeCtiVe depart- 42-INCHJATIN DIAGONALS, newL^'wor™** -Iwool. will beofferedatfl 40-INCH FANCY TARTAN pJS^rS^tterns. wiU be offered at 40c per VELVETS Olid BLACK aiid COLORED DRESS GOODS SIIOWII ill their reSpeCtiVe depart- 42-INCH SATIN DIAGONALS, new Bh«l«.*w««ntea all ,001, will be 0 &« d at Sl yard At 6 o cents ments last week, we have, during the past few days, received a number of heavy ship- per yard. At si.oo. At co cents ments last week, we have, during the past few days, received a number of heavy ship- At si.oo. 42-INCH FANCY TARTAN PLAIDS, MmM «at . per yard - ECIAL NOVELTIES t...

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. — 17 August 1890

10 DEATH'S COUNTERFEIT, — OR— My Wife's Husband and I. WRITTEN FOR THE SUNDAY CALL BY EMILE ZOLA. CHAPTEfi I. Ii WAS a puny, sickly child from my veiy ? Hi tli, so much so that some of my mother's I intimates were <iut;e put out at finding tliem --' selves rated as false prophets, aud exhibited 00 little ill-humor at the persistency with which 1 held en to life. Twice during my youth I was stricken down with dangeious fevers, and It seemed a miracle to everybody that I should get well again, life would have been intolerable to me— for 1 needed not to be reminded of it, as I was ten times a day, to see that 1 was extremely ill-favored-had it not been for my strong Intel licence ami wondeiful memory, which made it an easy mailer for me to be first in all my classes at the College of Nantes, where I was ed 11mil. The pleasantesl recollections of my boyhood recall the visit- I used to make with my father at an old tumble-down bouse, where 1 ate pancakes and dragged Marguerite about i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 August 1890

The Graud Opera House Re opens its Doors to the •Public. AECEIE GUTTER'S "TWO NIGHTS." 11 The Prince and the Pauper" Gath ering Strength — "Myles Aroon'' for Another — The Secret of Scanlan's Success—"Gene vieve de Brabant" at the Tivoli: an Opera Comique of Frolicsome Freedom — Dramatic and Mu sical Notes at Home and Abroad. Notable among the dramatic events of the past week was the production at the Baldwin of Kicbaidsou's version of Mark Twain's "The I'rince and the I'uuper." So tar It bas been only a succes a'esilme. but belter things are expect ed from this lime out, as the ladies are beginning to feel interested in the pretty heroine, little Elsie Leslie. Our readers are for lhe most part famil iar wiih the legal war thai has been going on be tween lied House and Dan Fiobinan, ibe i echoes of which still linger In lhe editorial rooms of the Eastern and Western press. Mr. House represents the Tommy Russell, Mr. Frohmao the Elsie Leslie faction, and both have got their pets befo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 August 1890

12 -WB0 GQSs'ymrs The eight days' encampment of the Sec ond Brigade, N. G. C, practically com menced last evening with the departure for Santa Cruz of the four battalions. The cavalry troop though with its fiery untamed steeds and Captain Keene's white horse, tbe light battery with its four guns and horses, and all the hired horseflesh of the mounted officers of the brigade left yester day forenoon, and the advance 'guard on Thursday last, the last named to prepare the camp for the reception of the weary soldiers, who may have arrived at the camp ground to-day at any hour between mid night and daylight, if the transportation facilities were no better than those which were afforded in the fall of 1885 to the same ;amp grr-nd for the memorable division encampment under ex-Major General Walter Turnbull. The annual encampment is the one par ticular object which the National Guards man of California has to look forward to, after which he longs for fifty-one weeks for the next. General Cu...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 August 1890

MAY EDITION. FREAKS OF THE PATENTEE. So. Called Yankee Ingenuity as Demons! in Model Form at the U. S. .Patent Office. A NEST TO FOOL LAYING HENS. All Sorts of Invention — Plow Guns for Repelling Indians and Loco motive Guns to Frighten Cattle Off the Railroads— A Bed That Will Tumble the Sleeper Out. A Tape-Worm Trap. *^| N iNE of the most curious of all curious lljßjt inventions ever presented at the I^-3 Uuited States Patent Office at Wash ington was a hen's nest, constructed with a spring trap at the bottom of the nest, The " weight of an egg was sufficient to press down the spring and allow the egg to slip out. The theory of this thoughtful inventor was that as soon as the hen laid an egg it would press down the trap-door and dis appear. The hen, as is her custom after laying an egg, would rise and cackle, but, finding no egg, would conclude that she had made a mistake and would proceed imme diately to lay another, and so on ad infini tum. On this principle the owner of a hen )...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 August 1890

14 FOR HER- A LOVE STORY. WRITTEN BY NARY ANGELA DICKENS. GRANDDAUGHTER OF THE NOVELIST. *.w- ATHERINE, you really are a terrible §/£.-' person! Doyou know tbat you've nearly '|]V^ walked me to deatU .'" __.-___ It was late iv the afternoon of a doll November day, not a pleasant time for walking, certainly In Loudon or anywhere else lor that mailer. Nor are those London streets whicii consist of "good houses" particularly cheerful spots to walk after dark, since passers-by are few and far between, and the lighting arrange ments of the most feeble description. Ou ibis particular evening the pavements were muddy, Ibe air raw and disagreeable, aud altogether the two ladles who were walking along at a brisk pace would have seemed more in their proper place in a hansom cab. They were both of them well and handsomely dressed, and had a general air about lhem of belonging to that class which does go about in hansom cabs on the smallest provocation. The lady who was addressed as Katherine, ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 August 1890

AFOOT THROUGH BONNIE SCOTLAND. An American's Impressions of That Lovely Spot, the Valley or the Nith. SOURCE OF A BEAUTIFUL RIVER. Recollections of the Manner in Which Burns, the Exciseman, Performed His Duties— Meeting the Grand • daughter and Great - Grand daughter of the Poet — The Cheery, Handsome, White-Haired Hostess of an Evening. Special to The Sixdat Call.:. ' # /■. ■» Iyi^NNAN, Scotland, July IS, 1890.—Com ■j£|-g plete as is the identification of tbe I\V» man Burns with place, scene and memorial in old Dumfries town, there is a far more pleasant association to be found between Burns the poet-farmer, Bums the poet-farmer-exciseman, Burns the poet-ex ciseman, and the lovely valley of lhe Nith. Burns' boyhood is a legacy to the winding Doou, in Ayr. The activities of his man hood are a heritage to the Nith, and the dale or vale through which it mace* its songful way to the Solway and tha sea. The etymology of its name is Gaelic, as is true of nine-tenths of the names of natur...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 August 1890

16 DUBLIN'S GREAT HISTORIC RUIN. A. Beautiful Gothic Fragment That Is Older Than the Magna Charter. A TOWER OF THE 17TH CENTUEY. The Church of St. Andoen— Pretty Bits of Antiquarianism Within Its Crumbling Wall— Many Rich Old Monuments Missing— Vari- I ous Catastrophes of the Unfor tunate Building. sf?_» nE city of Dublin, rich In old courts {jl^o an< l historic balls, many leaning to- J-?$ ward disuse and decay, has now, writes Louise lniogene Guiney to the Bos ton Herald, since the enthusiastic repairing of the two great cathedrals, but one genuine ruin. In the midst of a neighborhood which is full of wild nights, stands St. Audocn's, planted on a slippery and hilly alley, south of the Liffey, at the junc tion of several roads. The present tower of the seventeenth cen tury, where till hangs a bell dated 1423. and in the hollows of tvliose ancient peaceful stone stairs pigeons continu ally make their nests, has been kept, exteri orly, in repair; the bat tlemented walls, the de c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 August 1890

WELL! WELL!! WELL!!! I X DID YOU SEE THEM?' X & "I C_2/^"^C_2 WANT ADS IN SUNDAY'S CALL. * P J-C-PN-^CS FAIt AHEAD OF ALL IiECORDS. V Jl IF IS THE ONLY WANT MEDIUM! | ,^»i»i»i?*>~«*«'«*»x«*»".*»*<*_>*«*.*«*.i ,|^| VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 70. MASKED ROBBERS. A Missouri Pacific Train Plundered. Tie Bandits Secure Booty Valued at Hinety Thousand Dollars. "Bobber's Cut," Near Otterrllle, Where tbe James Brothers Committed One of • Their Balds, the Locality Chosen. Special Dispatches to The Morning Call. Kansas Crrr, Aug. 17.— The Pacific Ex press Company lost 590,000 by a train rob bery on the Missouri Pacific Railway early this morning. It if, ah the Kansas City limited, that} fell into the hands of the ban aits. The train.was crowded with passen gers, and the safe of the Express Company was stuffed with money consigned— much of it— to Western banks. The train left Tipton, M. about 3 o'clock'.in the morning. Two mysterious and suspicious appearing ligures weie seen by the engine...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 August 1890

2 THE FRENCH NAVY Special CorrespontlßDee er The Koasrnra Call. Pabis, Jnly Si, 1698.— great na val maneuvers that are taking place near Cherbourg make a profound impression on the public First, because the French are interested in all that relates to the sea. and second because Parliament is discussing the condition if the French fleet Until now the French believed their fleet equal to that of any country, but these experiments prove many of tiie ships to be in a dilapidated condition. Only yesterday the ironclad Caiman was almost destroyed by the simultaneous ex plosion of four engine-pipes; the aviso Des.aix, soon as it began the evolutions, was obliged to "put into port" because of a serious leak, and the Epervier also took refuge after the wreck of its engine. The Fron.'h fleet is divided into two squadrons, one for the channel and west coast and the other stationed at Toulon, in - If ■ 'iff, r MOCK BATTLE BETWEEN XROXCLADS AXD TORPEDO BOATS. the Mediterranean. It is composed o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 August 1890

■■ :: yr „_ MISCELLANEOUS. y ! AFTER WEDNESDAY— TO THAT DAY YOU CAN STEP INTO OUR I HOUSE AND TAKE YOUR PICK AND CHOICE OF HUNDREDS OF PRETTY $20 SUITS FOR $11. IT'S A LIBERAL OFFER ON OUR PART -RUT WE AIN T DOING IT OUT OF CHOICE. WE NEED MONEY, AND ™ 'RE TRYING THIS MEANS OF RAISING IT. j^T.-e^t-. __ __„ fi W ______} __. A-fc ~y^y-yjf -gp. \£3 wjz&m __. fT^r-^hßy'i _* \ .•<! Bsf& t__P_6 tt tS*. Ih_____T . tSX-ri-W M___WtEi9*m^i____w^/¥s&yZ!t*&He£_\ ORDER BEACON LIGHT. V7&B ft.' Second Annual Session of the Su- pre me Lodge. The Supreme Lodge of the Orderof the Beacon Light will convene In second annual session this morning at 10 o'clock in Druids' Hall. This order was organized August 1, 1839— one year ago— and has prospered greatly since the dale of Its Institution, the credit for which Justly belongs to lis supreme officers, who nave labored tirelessly for us success, and their worn i. ia met with approval by lhe degree of prosper ity attained. Fro iii adv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 August 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Fa. a larger circulation than any other newspaper y01.1.51i.-.l In Sin Francisco. rrsucAxios office: 625 Wontireinery street, near t'lny. open until 11 ...'.„.'.. ,-. «. -aU-KBB Bmmt 710 Market Uriel near Kearny, open until 13 o'clock nililniglit: ..-.. Hayes street, open until 9:80 o'clock: 603 Larkln street, open until &-30 o'luck, aud .'alti ». ission ttrect, open until ? o'clock r. m. r.S« Itll'TlON KATES: rAiiv CALL (including Sundays), SB per for by „. .'■., ,_;;.. vi: 3."' centt per week, or 85 cents par calcmlai utfiitli throncU carriers. DAILY CALL, five „]., Irrir ;'..rr.»li _;.''. SUNDAY ALL (twelve pages), si BO per year, postpaid. SUNDAY call ai „ \. r 1.k1.V CALL a.! 1 50 per year, postpaid. j \S I__EKLY CALL nr-rlrt pastes), *1 25 per year, post il..i.. i lulu of ten (sent to one adtlrtss), $10. SPECIAL NOTICE Foil THE SUMMER MONTHS. Milrseribcrs who intend coins tn the country dur lt p the summer month-) can have Till- DAILY CALL mailed to them...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 August 1890

-_________-K___mmm_____--___-----------------i---sm--m-_t_—s-ms---m ItISINFSS rOAKCKs. AOTII/l SALOON MEN, ATTENTION — Sii — • I " '- Grand chance to purchase business clearing $200 per month, which can be doubled- b- st location in tne city, being near Market and Sixth sts: lease of 3 years: brewery will advance part of purchase price if desired: sure fortune for right party. Apply w. P. HEALY, 1004 Market lt ,-..,.)- (1 GRAND INVESTMENT: I'AFER 52.1-_.OVJ. route for sale; leading morning paper; one of tbe most desirable routes in the city clearing over $150 per onto; only taxes •_' horns each morn- in.-; juu can have 2 weeks' trial before purchasing. A pply W. F. M.V, 1084 Market St. It _<--.( j GROCERY AND BAR; Al CORNER. ».. ii/". with furniture. 3 rooms included: all fresh I me of goods: clearing $100 per month; best bargain in city. EALY. 1004 Marketst lt V ',", "i WINER F-RLtIT-STORFO. WESTERN ti, "•«'. Addition: doing business $30 day : horse and wagon. Apply W. F. HKALY....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 August 1890

6 EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Tho Summer Season Approaches the Zenith of Ks Coarse. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS. Record of Several Pleasant Home Gatherings— The Elsmere Club Conversazione — Hahn -Wayhe Wedding in Oakland— Alkesian Club Party— Gathering of Ger mania Lodge— Notes. The approach of autumn Is generally heralded by subtle premonlUons ot change, naturally in dented, as it weie, ou the face of thing*. At most ..I Hie resorts ihe giand climacteric of the summer season .smarted by some eutertaiuuieu t of wore in less brilliancy. At Del Mottle, the military bull next Friday; at San Kafael, the tennis' tournament the second week of next month; at San Jose, the races at' Agricultural Park, and at Sauta Cruz, the current encamp ment tit the Second Brigade, would all seem to foreshadow the "beginning ol the end" of what in town I- called 'Uie dull season." If It has been actually dull— and some social energy may naturally have beeu couvei ted of late lulo polit ical enthusiasm— there...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 August 1890

WORLD OF SPORT. Crystallizing the Forces for Com ing Events. * Yacht ing Competition on Admission Day. Sculling Titans— Eiflrmea Coming Home — Sprinters, White-winged peace has settled on the topmast head, and present appearances in dicate that no vandal hand will attempt to -^ dislodge her, and that, as a consequence, ; the regatta of the N. S. G. \V., to be held on tin- ttli if September, will be the great . est aquatic event ever seen on San Fran cisco Bay. The X. S. G. W. have appropriated suffi cient money to pay all expenses, to offer good trophies to the yachts and cash to the outside boats and fishermen. The three yacht clubs bave settled their petty jealousies and everything is now har monious. This ill be the first time on ii.'. in which no one club on this Coast has endeavored to decry and belittle the ef forts of' the others. From a yachtman's point of view the miileuiuiu has come, if tliis idea is carried out. Each of the three clubs lias proper repre sentatives on the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 August 1890

8 HIT ON THE TRADE-MARK. ' ' -' ' ' Frisco's Team Badly Worsted by the Senators. Young's Curves Did Not Puzzle the Visitors. Ebright and Everett P. ay Great Ball-Stock ton Defeated in a Close Game. Amateur Contests. There was an 1889 crowd at the ball grounds yesterday afternoon, and it looked like old times to see the bleachers ar.d grand stand filled with spectators. The good ball' the Friscos had been putting up during the week, and the announcement that the Senators would appear probably brought out most of the laggard enthusi asts, whose interest in the sport has lately been lukewarm. The Senators showed up for the first time here In their new uniforms of white ma terial, with crimson trimmings. The lead ers looked very natty in their new garb, es pecially win contrasted with the faded apparelled Friscos. , The game opened well, giving promise of a close contest, aud during the fifth inning the remark was heard everywhere, "Well, this is going to be another good game." But It w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 August 1890

l^COl<'<<<Ql»l<<«>>l«l<'C^>l<«*'l»!«>>>l.O ( lOC^_tsll I^iiLLrWELL!! WELL!!! i !■»»:»■: •;<v'>:<->>x«x < 'X»x»^x<>X'>>.:-[tu|j WELL! WELL!! WELL!!! I |V DID YOU SEE THEM? g [dl -I *3f"^lC3 WANT ADS IN SUNDAY'S CALL. ?* $ JL«-3<^__XC_3 FAR AHEAD OF ALL RECORDS. X' E ir IS THE ONLY WANT MEDIUM! v • _M ........ - -l*- 5 VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 80. GATHERING OF THE CLANS. San Jose in Possession of the Democrats. Rumors of a Combination Between Cole man and English. Ibe Boss Establishes Himself In Luxurious Quarters— The Fight Against White Growing Hotter. Epecul Dispatches to The Morning Call. Sax Jose, Aug. 18.— The Garden City is dressed in her holiday attire, ami her streets are resplendent with flags and bunting. Along the principal thoroughfares ropes have heen stretched across at short inter vals from building to building, and from these flaunt gayly in the breeze streamers of red, white and blue intermingled wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 August 1890

2 OFF FOR SAN JOSE. Tbe Democratic Hosts Start for (he Seat of War. The Hearst-Whits Controversy— Pond May Be Euckley's Man— Democratic Strikers Want Transportation. The corridors of the Palace Hotel began rapidly to cool yesterday from the noon houi, and by night the last burning spice lndeu whiff of Democratic breath had been caught up by the purifying ouier air. The morning found all the leading candidates either at San Jose or on the road leading to the scene of Democratic disturbances, and the rank and file of the delegates drifted after the chiefs, leaviug the erst while resounding hallways to tbe festive drummer and the placid-mannered tourist, Tbe delegates who were still at the hotel in the early part of the afternoon sought tbe corners rather than tbe center of the lobby, and talked in less boisterous tones than when surrounded by a larger aggre gation of stalwart Democrats. STOP-BBS M. WHITE'S FIGHT. With these remaining few the topic of I most interest was the struggle o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 August 1890

EVENTS IS THE SOCIAL WORLD. Tleasant Dinner Party Given Last Friday by Mr. and Mrs. A. IF. Scott. NEW JERUSALEM CHURCH SOCIAL The Cootez Golden Wedding—Bri tannia Lodge Surprised— The ; Bromley Party— Smith-Gehertz Wedding— Party on Post Street. A Seventh-Street Surprise—Gen eral Potpourri. To-morrow afternoon the ladies of the First Presbyterian Church on Van .Ness avenue will give a tea In the chuich parlors, when Mrs. Dr. Mackenzie will deliver an inteiesliug address entitled: "What a Woman Saw lv the Holy Land." The leceutlou Is Intended particularly for the ladies of tue congregation aud tbeir friends. Mis. B. D. Murphy of San Jose gave a very enjoyable party last Saturday evening In honor of Miss del Valle, who is at present her guest. Miss Aggie Fletcher last Wednesday evening entertained a number of young friends at her home lv Grass Valley in honor of MISS Clara Conway of Oakland, who will leiuiu home lv a few weeks. Last Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jar vis .save a s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 August 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Pan a larger circulation Hutu any other newspaper published fn San Francisco. CATION OFFICE: BSE- Montgomery street, near Clay, open until II otrloct r. m. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market itreel near Kesniy. open until 12 o'clock midnight: :;< Hayes street, open until 0:30 o'clock: 601 Larkln street, open until 8:30 o'lock, and 2518 tir.rra I street, open until 9 o'clock r. m. Sl lts« lill'TlON BATES: pan 1 CAI.L (Including Sundays), 90 per year by ■'til. postpaid: 15 rents per week, or OS cents per calendar month through carriers. I'Ali.v CALL, Are copies three months. $6 '-'5- DAT CALL (twelve r»(rs_). Sl 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL aid WEEKLY CALL f2 SO per year, postpaid. W_b.__.hlV CALL (eight pages), *1 '15 per year, post paid. Hubs of ten (sent to one address), $10. = SPECIAL NOTICE FOR XIIK HUM-HICK MONTHS. . .Subscribers who Intend going to the country dur |i g the summer months cau have THK DAILY CALL mailed to them torn week or longer at regular su...

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