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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 August 1890

■■-■ yy .. ..-.7. ... ;.*---..-. . I _3*-* l* __*_.*■_*"*- *_.*I 4 C*l*- *-*-•!*. *w^r*_>*C*-.*"*T*^v^l*^*"*^*"*'** 13 ■ WITH LONG STRIDES 1 i T " s CALL IS IXCKEASJX'J ITS LEAD IX THE I V IVA XT A n BA CEI mJ> P o_T_#__ l HELP WANTED ADS IN f AAA X Eg _<_ UU I TUESDAY'S CALL ! { 200 M V MOItE THAX EVER BEFOBE, AND MORE THAN X id IX ALL THB '.OTHER CITY PAPERS, MORXIXO .-. gl AMI EPENINa, COMIIIXEDI f ~~." JX |§ : .•:•:■:•»:•:•:•:•:.:•:•:•:-;.:.:.:.;.:.:.;.;.;.•.:.:.:.:.; || VOLUME LXVIII-NO. S3. THE OLD, OLD GAME AGAIN PLAYED. Buckley Swings His " Heelers " Into Line for Pond Accord ing to Agreement DONE ON THE FOURTH BALLOT. Coleman Betrayed by the Boss — Del Valle Nominated for Lieutenant- Governor by Acclamation—Wal lace Defeated for Chief Justice by J. A. Stanly— Jackson Hatch for the Short Term- District Conventions. Special Dispatches to The Mobxisq Call. San Jose, Aug. 21.— As suggested in The Call a few days ago Buckley has played his old game, and the result is th...

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. — 22 August 1890

2 THE LEADERS LOST. Frisco Turned the Tables en tlie Senators. F.OSCD6 Co_sli_ Pitched Effective Ball for the Home Team. Harper's Curves Were Puzzling, But His Sup port Was Poor— Results of Games on Eastern Fields. Coughlin was in the pitcher's box for the home team yesterday, ami Harper per formed the twirling for the Senators. Bos cue bad almost perfect command of the ball and Harper was fairly steady. The Frisco pitcher struck out two men, while the Senator fooled thirteen batsmen, and them was but little difference in the num ber ol safe hits made by the contesting teams. Tiie came, almost from the start, became a pitchers' battle, with Harper heavily handicapped after the second inning. The home players took kindly to his delivery at the opening of the play and in two innings made five singles, which, with a few steals and two costly errors, netted Frisco five runs. From the end of the secoud to the close Harper pitched a magnificent game and both hits aud runs were scarce ou F...

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. — 22 August 1890

'777. „ -_„-_-^ lISC I,ANEOI35 * _____ __-_-— mr i wj mm gaß^i^B-iaa_B_m_fflß____B^BiMEE^gßgaE PASSENGERS On one of the cable cars going out toward the Mission last evening we heard a few remarks about ns that tickled onr fancy so that we reproduce them so the public can see how popular we are WITH EVERY OXE. It was as follows : Say, Lem, you ought to see de birdies dat dem Raphael's ob got; talk about your tailors; why, I seen a straight cut down dere for $'20 dat knocks Nick Ferguson's silly, and be paid a snide tailor $45 for it too. Dem are great people, dem RAPHAEL'S! Dey can pall my sack on pay day for a suit, you .bet yer life ; no tailor sets $15 nut of me when 1 can get a loller of a suit for *•-]<) at RAPHAEL'S, and dey press everything out and fix things up for yer in great shape. THIS AMUSED US. We hope it will have the same ef- fect upon you. OCEAN STEAMSHIPS. PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP CO. DISPATCH STEAMERS FROM SAN j(s-n\ Pranciseo ,'or ports in Alaska. 0 a. ___, «*- ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 August 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Fas a larger circulation than any other newspaper published in San Francisco. PFBMCATION office: 8t.5 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until l U o'clock r. v. l-RAN-H OFFICES: 710 Market rtrrel near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; 889 Hayes street, .-pen until 9:30 o'clock: 603 larkln street, open until 9:30 Clock, aud 2518 liLssicn creet open until 3 o'clock p. *. <=! • |-.s< KII'TIO.V RATES: rAii v> ALL (including Sundays), $6 per year by B -ml, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per ' .calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, five n pies three, months. '-'."». SUNDAY CALL (twelve li.-- .at so per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL a.: WEEKLY CALL $2 50 per year, postpaid. >\i.l_kl._ CALL (eight pages), $1 "5 per year, post paid. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), 310. SPECIAL NOTICE FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS-, Fubseribers who intend coin? to the country dor ing the summer months can have THE DAILY call mailed to them for a week or longer a...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 August 1890

ItT"SI>"ESS f'TIA'NCT.S. OCA FRO IT STORE; ESTABLISHED FOB *?£- — ,)• I. <■ ear-; doing good business; eheaprent; great bargain. M. LESS A- CO.. 995 Market st. It* . dfcTrtrtrt MILK RANCH WITH 00 COWS: *_- ' I 'I M 1. trade of 55 cans a day: 3.lnilk-wagons. 2 grain-wagons, 7 horses, $2000 worth or hay and grain; bouse of six rooms; with large barn; estab- lished over 20 years* this Is the best bargain. Sl. LESS A- CO., 995 Jlarket st. lt* " '<.- lllll) CORNER GROCERY AND BAR; 1 £• —MMM. living rooms; established 25 years: doing a good business: clearing from $200 to $250 per month; trial given. M. LESS A CO., 90S Market st. It* CQ.'aJ) CORNER SALOON NEAR MARKET 'ii ...it', st.; doing good business; must be sold at once on account of sickness. Apply to .".I. LESS* CO.. 995 -Marketst. It* l£o\>AA 35 ACRES VINEYARD LAND. t«E —iJUXI. with bouse and baru; all necessary tools: right near city; bargain for any one. _. ess A CO., 995 Market st it* 1.-JI SALOON. NR. MARKET Sl'.: ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 August 1890

6 A I'OIN'O LADFI IlliSOI-ITION. . _,_._,_-_.-. ... »._.«... And (.incite sincere. * ■ 'P there's a man in near*, ww '""•-. \.:"1 » To virtue faithful and In judgment ciear. • i Gay without roily. l-»™^*'?r'bSS 7' Gaj wltbuut tolly, learned wlthoot,n«r, . a » Unlike the sloven, more unlike tie Dean, I'pon whose manly realm es are expressed ' Th_' sott emotions ..'a tender breast. To him ny gladly I'd resign. :,e. a. Ills jo" s aiid sorrows only should be mine. A. A FATAL DANCE. -_ f -\ ugly, ungainly, morose, ill-conditioned ffiKs brute of a man!" Harsh words, these. Ta » I 0 speak of any one, are they mil? But ■*_i**iss. ,1,,-y me no slander. They were said ol myself— hy myself. 1 spoke them savagely, bil terly, while gazing like a professional beauty— with __ diUeieuce— at my own image ill a looking glass. . What right had Ito love— l, one of the most unlovely of mortals? Winn right, least ol all, to love the most lovely of womankind? How could those rugged features, those bushy l...

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. — 22 August 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. An Interesting "Talk " About Palestine by Mrs. Robert Mackenzie. A CHUECH ENTERTAINMENT. The Aldine Club Party— U. E. A. En tertainment — A Double Wedding - at Calistoga— Tea at Santa Cruz. An Ignacio Surprise — Silver Wedding in Oakland — Society Personals and Notes. The military ball given Ibis evening at Del Monte, 111 honor ol General Nelson A. Miles, will be a very elaborate affair. The committee con sists of the following officers: Captain A. E. - Wood, Lieutenant T. H. Barry, Lieutenant F. de L. Carrlnctoo, Lieutenant L. H. Stiutber, Dr. ■^Leonard Wood, Lieutenant S. 1.. Eaison, Lleut teiiuni J. B. liwlu. Many guests from tills cily (leave 10-day to be present. mo Fino l'arlor, No. 9, N. D. G. W., will Rive en entertainment and social at Saratoga Hall this evening. r. Judtie and Mis. Widney gave a fart- well recep tion at Los Angeles Tuesday, prior to their de pariure (or Boston for an extended period. lie I'eeiless Club will give Its second party ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 August 1890

8 READY TO BUILD. An Important Railroad Project on Foot. Proposition cf the San Francisco and San Joaquin Company To Connect Fresno With Tide Water— The Farmers' Union of Stockton Merged Into a New Corporation. Special Dispatches to The Mobsiso Call. Fresno, Aug. -I* It. Wilbur of the Sau Franclsoo and Sau Joaquin Valley Kallroad came down from San Francisco Wednesday and to-day held two conferences with the Board of Supervisors, City Trustees and proinLiietit citi lens as to me buildlus of a railroad from here to tide water. In an Interview with Wilbur ibis evening the question was asked: ••Mow much will li cost Fresno to gel a railroad here 7" "All we waul Is the right of way through tho city and county, ground for our depot, yards and for other, railroad pur poses," said Wilbur. "If these conditions are accepted," asked the reporter, " bow soon will the work of grading begin?" "We pledge our selves that we will begin work nl.bin thirty days, aua lhat we will nave the road complet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 August 1890

y. ".".". ".".'.".■. -.-.'.-.'•'. '.'.'.'.-.-.-. -.-.-.- i|2IJ !| GILT-EDGED ~j IS Property in all parts of the city will be found ,-i |.\ advertised in SUNDAY'S CALL, the great $ 0 real estate medium. Look in the CALL for V '•' bargains. If a'wavs ha- the '-', '.''. MOSTBEAL ESTATE ADS ' '■'• -"•'•*. *•'- "• *•_-"• _* _♦_'_♦_•_♦_•_♦ '♦-•^•-•_*_*_v-'"*_- , _-''**-*"*_' [•_! VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 81. DASHED TO DEATH. A Wild Train Wrecked at Cascade, Foni Li?es Lest in tte Terrible Col lision. A Race Through Miles of Snowsheds That Ended in a Sad Tragedy — How Kings ley Met His Fate. Special Dispatches to The Morning Call. Emigrant Gap, Aug. 22.— Thero was a serious freight wreck at Cascade early this morning. Train 19 was standing at Summit with the air-brakes set while the engines went alter wore cars. The air leaked, and the baud-brakes not being set the ca boose and seventeen cars started down the grade. When the runaway train reached Cascade freight No. 23 was pulling in on the side ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 August 1890

2 UP AND DOING. republicans Wili Oppose Regis tration Frauds. Iroquois Braves With Their Plumes Trailing in the Political Mire of Bossism. Club Meetings. Tlio Executive Committee of tlie Bepub licau County Committee met last night at their rooms in tlie Nucleus Building and mapped out their plans for frustrating the scheme of the Democratic Board of Election Commissioners to leave the Republicans with only one member on the precinct boards of registration. It was resolved to appear before the Hoard of Election Com missioners next Monday and' demand the appointment of an additional Republican oh each precinct board, and if the demand was refused, then to apply to the Supremo Court for a writ of mandamus. Said Chairman Myers of tho County Committee: "The importance oi this mat ter can hardly be overestimated. There are 310 precincts in this cit}', in each of which a Board of Registration sits five days, from 9 o'clock in the morning until 10 o'clock at night. It is a physical impossi ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 August 1890

AMONG THE CHURCHES The Labor Question to Be Bis cussed by Catholics. Congregational Churches in Southern Califor nia-British Hebrews Will Honor Cardinal Manning. Among the Scandinavian countries, Nor way is the most generous in the support of missions. The Canadian Methodist Conference has authorized the establishment of a Meth odist sisterhood for church work and evan gelization. The Key. E. K. Atwill. D.D., of Toledo, Ohio, will, in September, be consecrated as the first bishop of the new Protestant Epis copal diocese of West Missouri. The new liouse in course of erection for Grace Baptist Church. Philadelphia, is of . stone, 107x150 teet, will seat 4210, and cost, furnished, about $200,000. During the summer months many pastors have placeu their Sunday eveuing prayer service in the bauds of the young people of the Christian Endeavor Society, and often with the best results. In Cleveland, Ohio, the Congregational churches have increased from three in 1800 to thirteen in 189 >. ...

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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. — 23 August 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Fas a larcer circulation than any other newspaper published In San Francisco. rrill-ICATIO-V OFFICE: 825 Montgomery street, near Clay, »P™ ""J" 11 O'clock r. M. 1U...N.U OFFIC-SSr 710 Market _tr. ft, near Kearny, open i: "'" ]-"''''■ midnight ftp Hayes street, open until 9:110 o'clock: 001 Laikin street, ..pen until 9:SO o'lock. and iolb _-,i..icl, ttreet, open until 0 o'clock P. M. St • itS« ICII'TIKN KATES : l. All v 1 i.L (including Sundays), So per year liy Bisit, postpaid: IB cents per week, or OS cents per cjlenilar month through carriers, DAILY CALL. tive - ccplet hrei months. ifO 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve cages), Sl 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL a: 11 WEEKLY CALL t'2 50 per year, postpaid. WEEKLY CALL (eight pages), 91 25 per year, post .: 1. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), 910. SPECIAL NOTICE FOX THE SUMMER MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend going to the country dur li f the. -uinmer months can bare THE DAILY CALL t mailed to thero f or a week or longe...

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. — 23 August 1890

r "' " i.ysi-vFss cnAyrF-s. . mo SELL OCT vol I; BUSINESS PROMPTLY I for cash, go to 1. D. BARNARD. 1148 Market st, between Mason and Taylor; established 1859. it* C-I'i (A- SALOON AND 9 ROOMS; RENT ONLY ._ I ) 'I. $-'6: first-class building; old stand; good location; Al business; positive sacrifice. I. D. 1:411- - 1148 Mar- st., near Taylor. It* < I'l Ifl " ILL BUY A RESTAI I. VST FEEDING C""" '■'-" I" ' ■!■ ' daily and paying *150 per month guaranteed or no sale. 1. 1). barnakd,ll4B lumti-i st.. near Taylor. It* <". •" '"rt GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE-. ... •'• XI. no bar; old stand on leading business street; offered at actual value; positive bargain. I. 1). Barnard, 1146 Martlet st, near Taylor. It* SCTIIH CANDY AND STATIONERY STORE: <J- Hill, finest place in town; full stock fresh goods; large trade: line rooms ror family: bargain. i. I»THARNAKi>, 1148 Market st, near Taylor. It* *«i I '-.■"() CORNER GROCERY AND BAR; ."**• i«ix_iv . best bargain In the city, as book...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 August 1890

6 A WHITE KOBE. . The red rose whispers Of passion. And the white rose breathes of love; Ob, the red rose Is a raicon. And the white rose is a dove. But I send you a cream-white rosebud ■Wltn a flush on Its petal lips. For the love that is purest and sweetest Has a kiss of desire on the lips. Has a sis. -» j,„ 1N - Boyle O'REILLY. A FATAL DANCE. ICOXCLCDED.] M.OR was I mlstakeu. In a few minutes * they swept rouud together, His aim en. 'i circling me waist which mine Had so - lately clashed, and holding tier closer to htm than 1 had daied to do. The sight, ordinary as it was, filled me Willi liny; hut still I stood there walling till they should come round again. II was an act of lolly on my part thus to torture ' myself by a sight which I could so easily have avoided, but I was Incapable of resisting the temptation to wituess. And how they danced! If Elinor Ayton was the best female waltzer in the room, she had at least a partner worthy ol her skill; 1 was forced to admit that. At ...

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. — 23 August 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Jlr. anil Mrs. James S. Wetbored Hold a Delightful Bennies. * . A NAVY SOIREE ETUSICALE. Interesting Family Gathering in In diana — Oro Fino Parlor Social. Peerless Club Party— A San Luis Obispo Wedding— The Rew Re ception — Native Daughters in Alameda— Personals. Mr. and Mrs. James Howard Bridge and Mis. Lieutenant Denis Mauau recently gave a plea*. ant isicale at lucir residence, Hill Larkin street. Selections were rendered by Mrs. For ney, Mrs, Bridge, Miss Lawler, Mr. Martinez and Professor and Mrs. Place]. Among those present were: Captain end Mrs. W. T. Samp son, U. >. N., and .Miss Sampson, Colonel ami firs. George 11. Mendell, Lieutenant J. W. Car ... Lieutenant John c. Wilson. Lieutenant- Cor.imauderand Mrs. Benjamin P. Tilley, Colonel sud Mis. James Forney, the Misses Irwin, Miss A M. Morgan, the Misses Katie and Bessie Me- Dougal, Mis. Stewart, Mrs. Dr. Booth. Major McLaughlin lias bought a commanding site on Beach Hill, Santa Cruz, where he...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 August 1890

8 A SOLDIER'S LIFE. Drill and Discipline at Camp Waterman, Tbe Governor Visits the Second Brigade at Santa Cruz. Received on the Tented Field With Cus tomary Honors— Preparing to Repeat the Battle of Tripe Bill. Bpeclal Dispatches to The KOBzrora Call. Camp Waterman* (Santa Cruz), Aug. 22. Camp Waterman was surprised this morn ing when a telegram was received announc ing that Governor Waterman, who was not exiected until to-morrow, was ou the narrow-gauge road, bound for camp. The Governor came down unaccompanied by any member of his staff, his only com panion being Colonel 11. J. Burns, a retired officer of the militia. The fact that he was on the way down having been made Known, the members of his stall and the San Fran cisco Hussars, Captain Keene, went to the depot to receive and escort him to camp. He was assigned to a scat in a barouche drawn by lour horses and driven to where tho biigade is located, where lie was wel comed by the officers, and a salute, in ac cordance with hi...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 August 1890

A TIDAL WAVE . Of want ads oarried last week's daily average I? past the 1000 mark ! '/.' I CALL'S DAILY AVERAGE 1017 |X | More Than Its Contemporaries Have on Sunday! js| VOL. LXVIII. - NO. 85. SALVADORIAN INVINCIBILITY. Tbe Guatemalan and Honduras Armies Ignobly Routed in Short Order. PRESIDENT BOGR AN S VAIN BOAST A Combined Attack on General Ezeta's Forces Results in Disaster to the Assailants — Barillas Denies That Minister Mizner's Correspond ence- Has Been Interfer^di^Vith. The United States and l^cico. — Special Dispatches to The MonxiNo Call. San Salvador, Aug. 23.— Another. bat lie lias been fotight by tlie Sajy^dorian Army, and ngaiipit has shown itsTi»wnci bility and scorld another victory. Resi dent Bogran of Honduras, a few da^f|ago, issued a boastful m'ar.ifestß-telliiTgwWat be could do to Salvador, but lie' has"n:cj tlio enemy and has been soundly thrashed. Ha will be lucky if "ac possesses his capital for a week. " "~'^_ Bogran sent $000 troops to invade Salva dor. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 August 1890

2 BATTLING WITH AN IMAGINARY ENEMY. The Second Brigade's Bloodless Fight at Camp Wa terman. ." PLENTY OF DUST AND SMOKE. » Thousands of People Witness the Maneuvers of the Boys in Blue. A Sprained Ankle and a Scared Dog Comprise the Casualties. Reviewed by the Commander in-Chief. Special Dispatches to The Moaxixo Call. Camp Watekmajj (Santa Cruz), Aug. 23. —The great sham, all sham, battle has been fought and the invisible enemy has been routed, horse, foot and dragoon, and the Second Brigade lias been covered with such islory as a victory of this sort carries— and with Camp Waterman dust. Early this morning General Dimond, Division Commander, with his stall, was met by the ban Francisco Hussars, detailed as escort, and a short time after receiving and returning the customary salute, toot scats in a large carryall, drawn by four horses, and started lor the camp, followed by the cavalry escort. "It is something very unusual, ' re marked a retired military officer to your corresponden...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 August 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. REAL ESTATE MARKET. That Portion of the San Miguel lianclio— Lakeview. The Carnall-Fitzlingli-HoFljins Company Sole /gents-Future Auction Sale by G. H. Umbseii & Co.— Notes— Contracts. Since the first day the tract now well known as Lakeview, located on the Ocean boulevard leading from Mission street to Lake Merced, was placed upon tho market, there has been a phenomenal demand for the property. When the judicious manner in which it lias been presented to the investor and home-seeker is considered, this is not surprising. A bird's-eye view of the tract, ocean and surrounding country .lias been a feature of the advertising plan adopted by the experienced operators, ■which enables those who have not the time at their disposal to visit it to judge as to its fine location and real merits. There are a few interesting points con nected with the sale of this tract to which the home-seeker's attention is directed. The owner, Adolph Sutro, has resolved to spare no expense...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 August 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL H»« a larger circulation than any other mv ki.ih>.t publiwlifil In Sun Francisco. PFBtICATIOM office] 825 ■ontgomery street, nenr Clay, open until 11 clock r v. HKA.VCH OFFICES: 710 Market Uriet near Kearny.open until 12 o'clock midnight; gse liases street, open until 8:30 o'clock: 603 Lai Ml Btreet, open until 9:30 clock, ana 2518 llii*icu street, "i ■■ ■ until 9 o'clock r. m. si BSCKIPTION BATES! yiAIi.Y CALL (including Sundays), ft) per year by til. postpaid: 15 cents pen week, or 65 cents per calcmlar montti turoiißb carriers. DAILY CALL, five copies Mr. mouths, fa 25. SUNDAY call (twelve ragcM, *] 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL md WEEKLY CALL (3 60 per year, postpaid. V U.KI.V CALL (eight pages), *1 25 per year, post lUd. Clubs of ten (sent to one addrui), $iv. ■nmi. NOTICE fob THE sijuin; MONTHS. Subscribers who intend golaf to the country dur lie the rammer mouths can have THE DAILY CALL called to them fora week or lunger at regular too tirli lion ra...

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