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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 April 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO. H7. PRUSSIAN DIET. Yon Caprivi's Introduction to Political Life. na Chancellor's Address at the Opening of the Council. 1 Bloody Riot Results From Police Inter ference at a Socialist Meeting In Rome. Bpeelal by the California Associated Press. Berlin, April 15.— Tho Prussian Diet was opened to-day by Yon CaprlvL In his speech he said: "It is not my intention to state the Government's programme, but having hitherto held aloof from political life I now wlah to speak a few words In order to approach you personally." The Chancellor referred to the important posi tion held by Bismarck, and expressed the hopp that in the future the empire would continue secure. "The edifice of the State was cemented firmly enough to resist wind and weather. Moreover, the noble person ality of the youim monarch tias already manifested Itself at home aud abroad." He affirmed undying belief In the future of Prussia and of the German empire resting on Prussia's shoulders. General yon Ctprivi,...

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 April 1890

2 PACIFIC DERBY DAY. Flambeau Wins the Prize for Talo Alio. Poor Starting at the Blood-Horse Meeting. Two Hot Favorites Bowled Over by Outsiders. Officers: Jiirfj/'t— M. F. Tabpev, Coi-OKEi. H. I. : Thornton", Dr. Ross, Timers— Jahes A. Dr/STIN, Frank Baldwin. Starter* — 1I:-:xkv Walsh. Charles ISoots. Aim. .nt, 114, Morton up— l:-i 1' •-«» '" >• Homer, 115, N»rv«ez up, I:01*i — to 5 Sheridan, 102, WUlUma up— l:4B%— 6 to 1. Flambeau, 118, >'«rT»pi or.- 3:4 I—l to . 60* the twin Jonahs of "had starts" and "long delays at the post" and All tl.i-lr malevolent parts most edectively. The !>6ii(l-off last Saluiday for Ap plause's slx-furlong race and lit- three-qu.uters of an hour delay lv Hie two-year-old i ace were thought to be so bad tut they could not possibly be worse, but yesterday's record in these respects eclipsed all previous history. The position o[ starter is indisputably a mast i:iiilianKful one, and even when effecting a per fectly good send-off Hieie Is generally ...

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. — 16 April 1890

CONDITION OF TRADE. The Wheat and Barley Markets Tending Upward. Sfcerp Advazc? in Silver— Flurries in Wheat and Pork— The Sugar and Ctffee Trades. Overland Shipments. Business has been fair during the past week, though the local bank clearings were J2.000.000 less than for ihe same week In 1889. There are no paiticular features of Interest beyond those to be found under ibeir respective heads below, If a sharp advauce iv silver all over the world be excepted. THE CHAIN MARKETS. Cereals as a rule are active and stiff. Wheat Is Hardening all over the world, aud In this mar ket shippers will now pay $1 SO for the general tun of No. 1. This Is the highest point touched for several months. The demand Is fair at the advance. Freights me strong, in sympathy with wheat, and Iron vessels are being chartered at 35', U.K., Havre or Antwerp. Hour Is also favorably Bisected by the rise In wheat, though quotations have not yet been marked up. There was great excitement lv the New York wheat mark...

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 April 1890

4 THE MORNING .CALL Has a larger circulation than »ny other netvsi>ai>er published in San Frauciaco. ri'BI.ICATION OFFICE: fTS Montgomery street, near Day, open until 11 o'clock p. M. URANCH OFFICES: 710 Market 1 1. near Beamy, open until 12 o'clock midulglit; : : '.■ Hayes street, open until 8:30 o'clock: 003 Luldn street, open outll 8:30 o'lock, and 2518 Siission ttrert. opan until 9 o'clock c. m. WIISCUIPTJON KATES: . • TiAILT CAM. (Including Sundays!, $6 per year by mail, postpaid: IS cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar month through carriers. I>AILV CALL, five etipies three months. 96 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve l»gcs), SI 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL and WEEKLY CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. --• >> 1 i.Ki-V CALL (eight pages), $1 £5 per year, post Ihiil. i lobs of ten (sent to one address), *10. AUCTION SALES TO-DAY. Fr/BXJTITBE.— By Oeo. F. Lamsou. at 1320 Califor nia st., at 11 o'clock. On, I'.MNTiNos . -liy Looderbaek « Hro., at Irving Hall, at 8 o'clo...

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. — 16 April 1890

ci'sixess cnAycr.s. s l rKo srRl ANi)^ A Ii^SINESS. CLEAR- v . I •lOU. ing $125 a month; full value in sight; cracker-store aud route, having the exclusive agency 0 ..lie of the leading cracker companies; nice etore, with living rooms; cheap rent: good Mock aud fixtures; large wagon; 2 good horses and Harness; this is an unprecedented opportunity to secure a straight, legitimate, money-making busi- ness ; sold at a sacrifice oniy on account of death of i.ear relatives in England, which necessitates imme- diate departure: most thorough Investigation ai- lowed. SHOAFT ,v ROSS, b~3 Market st. apl6tf •<s,(l|l CITY FRONT SALOON AND LODO- -<^>OUV/. Ing-house; this Is undoubtedly the best bargain in the city: more than Che value In furni- ture, fixtures and block ; everything Is new and the place is finely fitted up; large toes: of liquors and cigars: satoo"n, card-room aud living-room on tiirst lloor; 10 rooms on second floor; always filled with ROOd tenants; cheap rent and good ...

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. — 16 April 1890

6 KOBEKT UKOWNING. •"■""^ UN, Italy, with England mourn, for If I I both Vt I ¥ lie sang with song's discriminating «* " *1 love, Thy towers that flash the wooded eras above: Thy trelllsed vineyard's purple overcrowtb; Toy matin balm; thy noontide's pleasing sloth; Thy convent bell, dim lake, and homeward dove : Ttiine evening star, that through the bowered &ICOY6 Silvers the white flight or the circling moth. He sang thy best and worst— lalse love, fierce wjr, Renaissance craft, child graces, saintly art. Old pomps from "Casa Uuldi Windows" seen. There dwelt he happy; there that minstrel queen. Who shared his poet crown bill gladdened more To bold, unshared, her poet's manly heart. AiruitKv DI Vkkk In the April Century. THE LADY ADA. ejff^llEX you refuse me a home here?" slj^ and Gordon Iverness folded his arms jlf* and leaned against the door. "Most assuredly I do," his father. Lord Irerness, answered as proudly. "If you persist in bringing that woman here. Con sider, Gordon, ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 April 1890

LABOR AND LABORERS A Specimen '* Scab " Appeals to the Strikers. Ins Carpenters' Leader— Ttn Coopers on Strike. A Ball for the Holders' Benefit— Leather Trade*' Conference. - A peifect specimen of what the trade unionist calls a "scab" strayed into the headquarters of li.i Mulders' Union yesterday. He was a pre maturely old man, will) sunken eves and a sallow complexion. His Hands trembled as 1 lie hands of one atilicted with delirium liemens tremble, and there was a suspicious movement about Ills legs . that suggested reptiles. He staggered luto the presence of the Execu tive Committee, and was £lveu a chair. There vat an almost Impenetrable circle of strikers around him when a reporter entered. "Come out here anil let us leason together," requested the reporter. Ana the man of tiepida tiou came. He said: "My name Is August Mullen, and I was hired in Philadelphia by a man named Thompson to come here— the Thompson who Is ..now employed in the Union lion Works." ■•You mean the 'union...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 April 1890

8 BASE INGRATITUDE. A Vancouver Physician's Des perate Assault. He Attempts to Harder a Clergyman mo Had Aided Him. Father Becker's Miraculous Escape From the Wculd-Be Assassin— Supposed to Be Insane. Special fcj the California Associated Press. VAXcorvKn, April IP.— This town Is greatly excited over a shooting-scrape which occurred about 4 o'clock this afternoon aud which came Dear Dr lng fatal to more than one person. Dr. K. B: O'Brien attempted to take the life of Key. F. A. Becker, PiesidcDt of ihe Holy Angels' College, near his oflice on Main street, DMrFUtb. O'Brien came here fioin California last winter wholly destitute aud applied to Father Becker for support, who, to assist him in getting on his feet, encased him as Professor of Chemistry at the college, aud to make him Independent hired an ciDice, put him intodecent clothes and boarded him, re<juitlus in return that O'Hiien attend to any cases of sickness that might occur at the college. - O'Brien proved unworthy of the...

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 April 1890

VOLUME LXVII— NO. US. THE TARIFF BILL. Two Reports Presented to the House. The Principal Disagreement Arises Oyer the Sugar Schedule. £tiong Opposition to the Proposed Bounty on Domestic v Products— McKenna's Views on the Subject. Special by the California Associated Press. Washington, April 16.— The majority report of the Ways and Means Committee on the Tariff Bill was presented to the House to-day. Speaking of sugar and mo lasses, it says : The committee recommends that sugar up to and Including No. 16 Dutch standard of color and molasses be placed on the free list with a duty ot four-teutlis of one cent per Bound on re fined sugar above No. 16, and that a bounty of two cents per pound be paid from the Treasury tor a period of fifteen years for all sugar, polar izing at least 85 per cent, made In this country from cane, beets or sorghum produced lv the United States. DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN' PRODUCTION*. In ISBS the consumption of sugar In the United States was 1.-169,097 tons, or 53...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 April 1890

2 TO-DAY'S RACES. Entries and Pooling for the Four Events. The Starting of the Past Two Days Still a Topic of General Discussion—Flam bean's Recent Races. It wis very chilly and disagreeable out at the Bay District Track yesterday and but lew of the horses were out. Although in ibe afternoon it looked as It rain was near at baud, tbe veteran turf prophets In sisted Ilia; it would clear up all right for day's races. Tuesday's wretohed starting sod the funny de cision of tbe judges iv the third race gave the horsemen at Hie track and in the downtown turf resorts plenty to talk "about. All agreed that tbe staiting was Hie worst seen ou lite track for many a meeting. As to the decision In the third race the ques tion was put, "Do not the racing rules lay down that when a foul is committed, whether acci dentally or Intentionally, Hie horse or horses committing the foul shall be disqualified? ' ** If the rules so lay down and are of any value they should be followed to the letter. The poi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 April 1890

RECONCILED. Huntington and Stanford Once More in Harmony. & Meeting of Ticket Agents to Be Held To- Day, Looking to the Adjustment of Bates— L nd Sales. C. P. Huntington and Iceland Stanford, at the solicitation of personal friends, have agreed to "break away" and devote their energies to the interest of tho Southern Pa cific Company. Colonel Crocker was seen yesterday by a Call reporter, to whom he said : "I am authorized to say that Messrs. Huntington and Stanford are reconciled and are at this moment conversing in an adjoining room regarding the affairs of the company." When asked as to the terms of the agree ment, he said: "I will say no more than this— that Senator Stanford is completely exonerated, and that .Mr. Huntington de clares that a wrong construction was put upon his remarks before the Hoard of Di rector. Messrs. Stilluian, Hubbard and myself have been the means of bringing this reconciliation about. it has been a most unhappy affair and we Hie all glad that it is ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 April 1890

4 ?_| THE MORNING CALL Has a lamer circulation than any other newspaper published In Sun Francisco, PUBLICATION office: rrs Montgomery, street, near Clay, open nntll 11 ■ o'clock r. V. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market f trwt, near Kearny, open until IS o'clock inldulght: S?9 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 Larkln street, open until' 9:30 Clock, and 2518 lilsslon street, opsin until 9 o'clock p. m, BirnSCREPTIO?) KATES: . DAILY CALL (Including Sundays), fu per year by n ail, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar month through carriers. I'AILV CALL, five Copies' three months $6 25. SUNDAY CALL -(twelve I ages). SI 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL as <i WEEKLY CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. - w EKKLY all (eight pages), $1 25 per sir, post raid. Clubs of ten (sent to oneaddruu), $10. 'AUCTION SALES TO-DAY. likm-s: i: i-.— By Geo. F. Linn ..:,. at 1010 Mason st., at 11 o'clock. li nMTiiiK.— M. J. Simmons, at 1067 Market st.. sit li o clock. is. ,;iks.— liy Fr-.-...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 April 1890

r.I'SI>KS3 CnANCES- d__nn PARTNER WANTED: IS SOMETHING OOUU. good; clearing from $200 to $250 per mouth; no previous experience necessary, but you must be willing to work; this is a first-class oyster- house mo restaurant) on oue of our best business Mrecis: has a large family trade; wants a good man to attend 10 the delivering with horse and wagon: handsomely fitted up; owner will teach you '" business. Apply K. KENNY. '-"-' Kearny St. It tt 0.-,n" BOOK***""! STATIONERY, TOY", ETC. "j)Oi>U. store with soda water fountain business, tor sale: one of ihe most prominent corners 111 the Western Addition; doing a first-class trade; full Value l ln Stock and lixtures; 2 wcll-furuished rooms connected: ssisv one can run tins business an I Is __fe IS aP» lug investmeut Apply K. KENNI, 22 Kearny st. i__ ■.-.,■ SALOON FOB SATE: A GOOD-PAY- t_*_)UW. log place: A No. 1 location in the imme- diate vlcinit/of Oakland and Alameda ferries: has a good class of custom; full value for the money;...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 April 1890

- FFT.SnXAI.«I. « MATKIIt PIANIST, GOOD PLAYER AND -A. reader, lady or gentleman. Is Invited to practice classical trios, en famine, with 2 gentlemen. Ad- ■ I ress Trio, 218 Turk st. It* IF THE LANDLORD OP THE LODGINU-DOUSE X In the vicinity of 111 th anil Mission sts , who on Tuesday evttiin. accommodated an elderly man with baggage with a room, will please leave his ad- dress at the Call Branch Office he will oblige the advertiser, apl 7 It* OMEUA— MEET Me COR. San some AND CLAY ■ts.al a o'clock Thursday. fit*] P. W. SL-lASIERN SUGAK CORN, $1 A DOZEN; 13 Ij cans Cutting's best tomatoes, $1 1 table fruits, neaches. pears, apricots and blackberries. 2 cans 25c: best Point Keyes fresh butter. 85c a roll; best i'ei.iliiiiisi butter, 80c a roll; good butter, 25c si roll; > fresh laid Mission eggs. -0c a dozen; fresh ranch eggs, 2 dozen 35c. warranted: 15 lbs dry granulated sugar, $1 ; Dupee's best Chicago sugar-cured hams. lie lb; Chicago sugar-cured picnic bams. 10c A tb: snow-whit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 April 1890

THE MIMIC WORLD. week Notes of Business at the Different Theaters. "The P.a_hers"-Epicene Shaw at the Bush. Goodwin's "Gold Mine" a Good Lead-General Mention. Offenbach's comic opera, "The Poachers," done into "Ideal English," as the announcements have it, t>y Oscar Weill, was presented lo a very lull iiudltorlum nt the Baldwin last evening. Seeing ft is entirely uew hi this latitude, we ap pend THE ARGUMENT. Monsieur de Birague, whose death antedates the beginning of "The Poachers" by some twenty years, having been fraudulently dispossessed of his estates by Ins cousin De Campistrous, is sup posed to have taken to poaching as a means of gaining a livelihood, as well as for the purpose of annoying the said cousin, whose sole passion is list- chase. Having no son, be has carefully named bis only daughter, Blbletta, to bis own puisuit, and. Having diessed ber always as a boy,' leaves to her the command of his band of i icbers as well as his name, Itastamagnac, which Is the terror o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 April 1890

8 FIRE AT FRESNO. A Coal-Oil Stove Causes a Seri ous Blaze. Daring Attempt of Highwaymen to Rob a Mining Agent. Tie Bod; of an Old Wood-Chopper Found Where He Had Perished in a Snow drift—Schooner Burned. Special by the California Associated Prflfc, Fresno, April 16.— This morning at 6:30 o'clock Mrs. Nesslnson, a lodger in the sec ond story of the Bradley Block, corner of J and Mariposa streets, in the heart of the city, upset a coal-oil stove in her room. The fire communicated to the woodwork and in a few minutes burst through the roof. The department responded promptly and four streams were soon playing upon the build ing. The whole portion of the block between the ceiling and the roof was a mass of flames, but was finally extinguished. The damage to the building is (8000; insured for 813,000. The first floor was occupied by Chiaholm & Jones, clothers; Berbara Bros, fruits and confections;-., M. Drttry, musi cal instruments; Scott Bros., liquors; Will lam L. Doty, tobacco and...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 April 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO. 149. CONVICTS ESCAPE. Desperate Fight on a Railroad Train. Four Guards Suddenly Assaulted by a Gang of Prisoners. One of the Officers Shot in the Breast— Helen Diu.raj Ward Hakes a Statement. Special br the California Associated Press. -^-^.-isS*!*— _'"""-""'" l """"-fl8HBJ— __^BI ___——— MM- Louisville, April 17.— Fourteen con victs on their way to the Eddyville Feni tentiary made a desperate attempt to escape to-day. They were chained in ' couples ln the smoking car, and were watched by four guards. As the train was running at full speed through the mountains, and a heavily wooded country near Litchfield, John Heine, a notorious burglar, with seven years to serve, walked with his companion to the water-cooler. One of them raised a goblet as If to drink and dashed the water into the eyes of the nearest guard. At the next Instant the other convict seized the guard by the throat and choked him, bringing him to his knees, In a mo ment the car was in an uproar. One of t...

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. — 18 April 1890

2 OUTSIDERS' DAY. Strong Favorites Beaten at the Blood- Horse Races. Dave Douglass, the Veteran of the Turf, Defeats the Cracks in the Heat Race and Lands the Odds at Fifty to One. ■' Judges— Ariel Lathbop, Colon****. H. I. Thorn ton, M. F. Tassci v, Mosks G**nht. Timers— 'E. F. Smith, .1. A. D---TIN. K. Carroll. Starter— W. 11. Coombs. . Kildare. 105 up, Pierce— l:S7*_—« to 5. Homer, 1 10 up, >:,rvai -1:15*4— to, 1. Have Douglass, 113 up, Deiiuisou— l:4s*.., 1:48'._-50 to 1. At Farrow, IS! np, 11111-2:33-8 to 1. ■■I R NI.KSS the Blood horse Association Di rectors decide to be much more libera] than they have the reputation ol being, aud tesclnd tbe lines Imposed on disobedi ent jockeys yesterday, the association's treas ury will be Increased by the lol. owing as sessmeots levied by the new starter, \V. H. Coombs: On Jockey Cleiuensou $40, Casey $40. Narvaez $20. Stewart $40, Brown $40, Williams 940 and fierce {40. This Is just the kind or medicine these young men need to teach t...

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. — 18 April 1890

THE WOMAN'S COLUMN. Is the American Woman Qualified to Establish a Salon ? Mrs. Btantcn's Seasons Why Thoughtful Women Have Cause for Dissatisfaction. - Ihs Tailor-Made Girl. The Woman's Column of TnE MonxiNG Call is open to correspondents for the dis cussion of subjects of general interest to women. All communications should be brief. Those which will appear will reflect only tho views of the writers. "THE AMERICAN SALON*. Is the American Woman Qualified to Establish One? . Editor Woman's Column, Morning Call: It has been questioned whether the Ameri can woman is qualified to establish a salon or not. The salon of to-day can never be constructed on the same lines as the salon of yesterday, for the reason that to-day's issues lack the vital force of those of yes terday; and again women occupy a differ ent position in the social economy from that held even as short time ago as during tho Louis Philippe revolution of 1848—1 use French epochs as France is the cradle of the salon. To-da...

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. — 18 April 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL ' Pas a larger circulation than any other newspaper published in San Francisco. ■PUBLICATION OFFICE: *-?*; Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 clock r. M BRANCH OFFICKS: 710 Market t'treet, near Kearny, open until IS o'clock mldnicsht: SSfl Hayes street, oi.cn until 9:30 o'clock: 803 Larkiu street, open until 9:30 lock, aud 2318 -a.i_.ion street, open until 9 o'clock p. m. St liM I.li TION KATES: DAILY CALL iDCladhig Sundays), $6 per year liv so. postpaid: 35 cents i'< week, or -v. cents per \ Calendar month throuch carriers. DAILY CALL, live J- copies three months. 86 25. MJN DAY CALL (twelve pages), st: SO per year., postpaid. SUNDAY CALL .Si.l WEEKLY (All. S2 50 per year, postpaid. - V ...kl.l CALL ii-:. I ' pages', sM 25 per year, post l s.ni. Clubs of ten (seat so one ad-ins- , $10. —— — — — — — — A*rCTlO>* SALES TO-DAY. . TrisMii re.— lly lli.iv Levy, a: o-'o California St.. M 10 o'clock. 1 1 i:m 1 1 in :.— By Geo. K. Lamson. at 1513 flyde St.,...

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