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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 August 1890

CITY ItF.AI. rsTATE. nnrrn COKNBB HERON AND ~M ARIPOSA Jh^OOU. sts.: 8 rooms and lot 40x50: part of lot vacant. G. 11. UMBSEN A CO., 14 Montgomery street anas MiTn I h st ■ • «;.|-i||l CLARA ST., NEAR 3D; FRONT Jr,)'*' " '• house if 10 rooms and rear of 4 rooms: rents 535: lot 26175. O. H. UMBSEN & CO.. 14 Montgomery St. au24 SuTuTh 3t "C^aTTA GILBERT ST., NiiAR BRYANT; •T •>"'"'• honse in 4 tenements; rents $23; lot £5xSO. 0. 11. UMBSEN & CO.. 14 Montgomery street au24 SuTuTh 31 v ",/'.|||l VEUONA PLACE, NEAR RD ST.; 2 V •''"'• houses In 3 tenements : rentssiO; lot •_(ix7o. G. 11. L'MBSEN Jt CO., 14 Montgomery j Mrect. an 24 SuTuTh 3t <8 l" : Ml CLARA ST.. NEAR 5T1I; DOUBLE «li *r — OV' . two-story and basement house and lot . 25x80; rents $40. G. 11 UMBSEN 4 CO., 14 Mont- gomery st. an 24 Su'f u'l i, St &.-,XAA TWO-STORY FRAME BOUSE: WEST C' i)UU. sine of Hampshire st. bet. 22il and 23d; part of lot vacant; In 2 flats; lower contains 6 rooms and upper 5 rooms: ai...

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. — 24 August 1890

6 CITY BEAI. ESTATE. I r^<V»~«»T?ir'!Y VOX KHEI> 4 CO.. 624 CALI- - Ff^.i^tai^e- Montgomery. Offers always re- spectfully conslil.red^ jMpKOVm S;t,il»i ut. 1-ols.iin: rents »130. 11 «.r,l-"s: .onier; reuts $1 HO 75x1: s— SlXtb-St. corner: rents $3;>o. Mxl6O-Slxth, nr. Bryant: all rented. sSxSO-Mlsslon and mow: rents *80. SOxSO-Valencia. Dr. 16th; store and flat iotx''4s Hoist* m >t. : corner; rents *2b4. 65x175-San Juse aye.. nr. 24lh St.: rents *100. S3x7»-Par« aye., nr. Bryant; 3 flats: rents $14. 27-6xS7:«— California St.. nr. Polk; rents $90. 40x77:6— C0r. Pine and Qulucy place: 4 houses. 3!iKibO— California, nr. Larkin; 21 rooms. : ] ;6— Green St., nr. Mason; rents $58. 38x60— Broadway, nr, Dnpont; rent* $104. 86x87:6— 8cott,nr. Bush: small DOOM, 25x50— Sansome. opp. 0. s. Appraiser's Bulldlns. 23:3 III.": 10— Powell, nr. Clay; rents $56. tO\77:«— Mason St.. nr. California: well situated. 2*<x 137:6— Uav.lir. Mason; tine double bouse. S3 :t)llB7:6— Eighth, nr. P-...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 August 1890

NEWSY NOTES FROM OAKLAND. Estimates That Bode No Good to Tux-Payers. Seizing a Public Street-End of the Co&en- Vineerhoets' War in Alameda— Train Jumpers Arrested, The departments under the control of the Board ol Public '\Vork3 have estimated to that body that it will require, in the ag ereeate, §351,200 to run them through next year. The sum paid out during the past year by the same departments was $231,400, and the amount estimated as needed $277, ---600. MUNICITAL LAWS. The following ordinances have been signed by the Mayor with his approval and filed with the City Clerk: Appropriating • So2,oW> for dredging of dock and construc tion of the FraDtlin-street pier of the city wharf ; appropriating f 3600 out of the Gen eral Fund of l-'.»-:>l for the purchase of two chemical fire-engines, to he heated in the Walts Tract and East Oakland respectively, and authorizing the Hoard of Public Works ■ to. purchase the sane; authorizing the ex penditure by the Board of Public Works...

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. — 24 August 1890

8 Social Events A Brilliant Farewell Ball Given at the Hotel Del Monte. fHE STONE SILVER WEDDING. \ Caledonian Club Entertainment. Clark Surprise in East Oakland. The Italian Concert — Picnic Party to Pine Grove— A Fifteenth- Street Anniversary — The Alcatraz Circle Party— Notes. To-day the Second Brlgnde at Santa Cruz breaks camp. 'Jlieir_sojc>uin lias been one con tinuous round cl martial and social exercises and their departure will be lecrclled by uiauy bright eyes at this delightful resort. At a farewell party given recently by Mrs. Ma.ci.ay in London. at which there were many Americans lueseiil. sue said that she Intended leaving lor HoniDurg tue following week and ibat she i rui>u»ed lilting a Louse In Wasliluglou. D. C, next si ason. Tli c new $10,000 organ I resented to Hie First Congregational L'hurcU by Mr*, Charles B. Alex ander Kill be formally dedicated to tlie service * lie cliurcli at a recital to be given by Mi. Clareoce Lady ot Chicago on September 4th. Mr. E...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 August 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. ON THE TRAPEZE IN MIDAIR. Description of Some of the Most Hazardous and Dangerous Feats. ADVICE FROM A STAR AMATEUR. How a Beginner May Acquire the Necessary Skill and Confidence. Work on the Slack Rope— The Easiest Balance — The Difficult . Chair Balance— Part Your Hair in the Middle. efS-IIOUSANDS of people who have gone to circuses and have witnessed - gone to circuses ami have witnessed s*Js the daring performances of male and —female athletes on the trapeze in midair, have often marveled at the grace and apparent ease with which the performers co tlrronch their parts. Professor Jere Beall, in an article contributed to the New York Herald, writes: As to it-ats of balanc ing on the trapeze and slack rope, also rings 1 believe there is no phase of gymna sium work that requires more patient and faithful study, more steadiness of nerve or a greater command of the muscles. True, it is not work that brings out a large amount of muscular strength; but a beginner who fin...

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. — 24 August 1890

10 ' ~ t i irn it T ¥l \HJ . '•-& — _l_ — - * — r-* —^=^z*OZZ?/Mfc^ I AuUlflN 111/ I SIT Fulr W I Y^^^ jjiiivii i lvii z ~ :^''^=^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ :^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ IS SELLING FAST! : """- r THECREAMOF — "^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^S^^f^^^^^^^^fj w r n w C ft o T f f Located on the Grand Ocean Boulevard Leading from Mission Street to Lake Merced. : Is aU Smooth Garden Land. _ - Is in the Direct Line of the City's Growth. *D f pt P t P, ]t Yot Mom Is Adjacent to the Grand Avenue South from Golden Gate Park. Is the Place to Put Your Money. « ~ ; ..■jl- . ~-^-— -<— 4 .■-■■■ - ■i' ;■ t - -■■•• • _ -_ : _ __1^ „ _ Sole Agents, r ___-:'-_j_-^._- r^ i ..._ ;; „ 624 MARKET STREET, OPPOSITE PALACE HOTEL, _lT THE FIELD OF SPORT. Stocking Mountain Streams With Rainbow Trout. Athlitic Contest at the Olympic Grounds-A Big Pigeon Shoot Arranged— Field Trial Judges— Ring. J £ TV ITH the exception of ring sports VsAl- *'' other branches of indoor sports 'MllL*^ are enjoying quite a boom. The...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 August 1890

* 1 — — — ■ y&j'dfAiX yKsE'ff m ul^uf H x*^_fi\ - __ ______7n. ' \ i ' £m\ *? jSt' / i t' F 1]G U *,'j f ■*, . "^?'\ i 'y&f'f 8 ** ® **S_ilP ii (S'\ fsy"*"-*--* '•'ii'. ., __■*__; J** »7 \. ■*"**■_ J-'T ._)/■«*» **\* r\ii T' *■ J*- .-** • t__^__SS_ 3Ja \jl frVrS- &____^r*i?Ji \<^fVy ,: A A Bustling Time Is Expected Among the Theaters This Week. THE CONFIDENCE OF TALENT. Dixey's "Seven Ages " — Hubert Wilke — Scanlan's " Shane-na- Lawn " — Alcazar Reopens To- Night With Stevens' "Wife for Wife " — " Chain Lightning.'' " Crystal Slipper"— Musical and Dramatic Notes at Home and Abroad. ; It ay lie accepted as a notable event in the musical, as it Is in the dramatic history of our State, when a member of either profession reared among us Is called on to take a chief place In well-iecocuized organizations abioad, whether devoted to Tuespts or Kuterpe. Mauv who are Dow treadles the dramatic boards, not only of me Eastern Stales but of the Old World, have been drawn from Cal...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 August 1890

12 THE CELEBRATED RUINS OF UXMAL Tlie Work of Other Hands Than Those of Modern Civili zation. THEIR EXTENT AND GRANDETJR. The Ruined City by "Moonlight — A Weird and Beautiful Sight- Com mon Superstition About the Bell Bird- Pagan Indians oftheWood. A Narrow Escape. f[iN the year 1852, the United States Gov {•§ orunient sent out an expedition to ex 1$ plore the Isthmus of Tehtiuutepec in Mexico, for a suitable route for an inter ocean'ic Bbiii canal. I held a position on the engineering &t:.ff. and a young friend of mine was the botanist of the party. Tlie survey lasted over a year and then the ex pedition retained to the United States. ilarnard, the botanist, and 1 did not return with it, but remained in the country to travel, Some four months after the depart ure ot our friends we found ourselves in the little village of I 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' '" Campeachy, a Slate occupying the northern half of the penin sula of Yucatan. We were there on our way to visit the celebrated ruins of Uxmal....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 August 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. A UNIQUE DRAMA . OF MEDIEVAL TIMES. The Remarkable Play That Is Annually Presented at Ro(henl)ur^. A QUEER OLD GERMAN CITY. Its Wonderful Sights and Pictur esque Corners— A Drama That Depicts Exciting Incidents of the Thirty- Years' War — A Realistic Mirror of Medieval Life. EATERY year on Whitsuntide Monday, :'? writes a correspondent of the St. _ $ Louis Post-Dispatch from Rothen burton the Tauber, the play of the "Meis tertruuk" takes place in this wonderful little city, which down to the present age has retained the genuine, unaltered archi tectural frame .or the "stallage" of Its me dieval drama, which, like the "Passion Play" of Oberammerg.iu. dates back many centuries— one picturing the story of a suf fering God, the other narrating a tale of the miseries to which mankind fell heir during the "thirty-years-war." The illusion which holds our senses captive is a perfect one. These are the genuine walls and bas tions and gateways, lined and armed ■with arquebusie...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 August 1890

14 A FOOL'S WISDOM. The Autobiography of a Wife-Winner by Chance. WRITTEN FOR THE SUNDAY CALL BY JAMES PAYN. CHAPTER I. 1 Ti WAS once a junior clerk li! th« cnu>lnynicnt 1.. of as once a junior clerk In the employment ■( of th.it weil-fcuown and extensive firm. Aps -1<? ley. Wellesley & Co. of Cmnlull. The senior ■=*" partner was a friend of my rather, which gave me a belter position than I should otherwise liave occupied, but I may say, without vanity, that I was well worth my "salt," or at all events. lay salary, which was by no means a large one. I did nut shiik my duties as was the fashion of Mint- or my fellow-cleiks to do, and showed my- Belf anxious to "get on." Of course there are dif fereat ways of doing this, but when It is done without prlcgism. and, especially not at Hi" ex pense of others, I have a conviction that It gen erally succeeds. In a long commercial life, I have iiotieet! that Hie man who wastes bis lime and I! tl of Ilia master, who is the last to re...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 August 1890

EDGAR L. WAKEMAN IN ANNANDALE. A Sweet and Pastoral Valley Through Which Flows Hie River Annan. STRANGELY MARKED FISHES. The Ruins of a Grand Fortress Which Was Impregnable Before the In vention of Gunpowder— The Desk at Which Hawthorne Toiled. The Roaring of the Bellowing Water Hosts. Special to Tin: Sunday Call. ■p-^CCLEFECHAX (Scotland), July 22, f*< : . 1890.— Lying between Eskd.ile on the «■■?! east and Nithsdale on the west is the sweet and pastoral Annaudale, though not among the most noted, yet one of the most lovely valleys of the Scottish border. To the leisurely and sentimental pilgrim tarry inc among its pleasing scenes, it appeals with goodly fascination. It is but a tiny vale, thirty miles long, the River Annan, from which it tikes its name, having its source in the llartfell Mountains, and winding with gentle flow through ami between characteristic Scottish villaaes, its banks dotted with humble crofts, larger farmsteads, nnd all the lan;.' syne features of country...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 August 1890

16 GETTING INTO SOCIETY. Difficulties Enconnfered by a Man Without Introductions. Alone Among Thousand) by the Sad Sea Wave. Ths Behavior of lh<? Fair Bathers-So ciety's Attitude Toward Women. Special to The Sunday Call. 'sl/u.^h^sor** lv r FTER all, if you are not in the swim, staying in New York and working the growler is 3ust aboiitasmuch fun as Newport," re marked Kibbins, as he rose to open ■.the door in re •sponse to the /maid who had obligingly con- sented to "chase the duck" .for our joint benefit. "I tell you, old man," ho con tinued, as he set the pitcher on the table and told Mary that she might keep tun change. " I tell you, this summer resorting Isn't what it is cracked up to be, and as for the yarns jou read about the young clerk catching on to the summer girl, it's all rot," and Ribbins wiped the froth from his pink must teh" with a gesture of disgust. "Ynii see, I've been spending my vaca tions fur the last five years with a lot of fel lows from our store down on ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 August 1890

A GOOD START!"' ' 1 A GOOD START ! R I SUNDAY'S CALL STARTED THE WEEK WITH ta lE* SUNDAY'S CALL STARTED THE WEEK WITH ..- -g! 1 367 WAST ADS and 1 OSS INCHES OF ADS. IV I FAR AHEAD OF ALL OTHER CITY PAPERS! U [mx»>:-:'>>>>>>>>>>>>:->>xc»xx»X'>x»xp" VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 86. RIPE FOR REVOLT. Sensational News From the Hawaiian Islands. The Old Revolutionary Element Growing In Strength. Eatlves Educated Abroad to Take the Place of Foreign-Born Rulers. The Plot. ' (pedal Dispatches to The _*o__i„a Cali. • Seattle (Wash.), Aug. 24.— The next ad rices received from the Hawaiian Islands will probably bring news of a revolution and of a declaration of a republic. Such at least i-ttie opinion of Admiral Brown, who arrtveOere on the United States Flagship Charleston last night. The Charleston left Honolulu o*n* the 7th of this month, and the last steamer for San Francisco sailed on the .jft of August. _ In an interview with the Associated Press coM-...

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. — 25 August 1890

2 BUCKLEY'S POND. SHow the "Boss" Lands Fish From the Bnnicip.il Pool. A Search Light Thrown on the Veto Scheme. Ddmccrats M.-ib a Lis Angeles Bolter. Paragraphs Political. "A great deal has been sat. and pub lished about Mayor Pond's vetoes," re- j marked a well-kin. citizen at the Palace Hotel yesterday afternoon. "Now, lam a genuine Democrat, and do not belong to the 'Boss Buckley party,' and consequently am not in sympathy with those who wallow in the filth of seism and forget that they arc men and citizens of a great republic. "Now, this Buckley's Pond was never known to defeat, or even take any steps to defeat, a measure in which the 'boss' was interested, and no record can be produced to prove the contrary. To any one familiar with n.uuicipal affairs and 'Boss' Buckley's methods the veto scheme is as thin as candidate Pond's smile. "Buckley, during the administration of I Is Pond, has benefited very largely by the ci arse pursued by his acting head of the city government. Whe...

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. — 25 August 1890

•• .] $10|$10l$10 j I MSlijk*imJS^i,ii!^mxß^.mLsi^^m^m maa __*____S^aBBSSSS^SBSSBB j I !■! ! ! - ' n__l ™ra_B__g-_Bgrem-_g-Ega I LJL ] I I OVERCOATS I • ; '.PT % aRT 1 sf_p i- v-* I IJ l |e-2__2__ I OVERCOATS I L__«_.g t-f-i--,W_^*_---_-_^ j . 0 TEN BEAUTIFUL SILVER .ONES. OB A TEN- I ■*#■* I 4 I I DOLLAR lMKci*:. OU a TEN-DOLLAR HILL WILL a -O-S I \ J | CARRY OUT OF OUR HOUSE AS PRETTY AN'l \__T_T ■ i OVERCOAT AS ANY BANKER, BBOKEK, MEK-'l ww j CIJANT, MECHANIC OR .SALESMAN' WOULD CARE Hi HAN MECHANIC OH BEAUTIES. THESE TEX- ' B I { TO WEAR THEY'BE BEAUTIES, THESE TI.N-1 I E - DOLLAR OVERCOATS. AND YOU CAN GET 'KM E=t__ I i ■ ■ IN ALL THE FASHIONABLE SHADES AND ] I * ! STYLES. THEY ARE THE SAME OVERCOATS i H--^ I THAT SIOSTIIOU-ES ABOUT TOWN ASK 515 FOR. _£», #T J! AT Ml Ibl HOUSES ABOUT TOM N ASK 515 F< >K. 1 ; |W I WE'RE YOUR PEOPLE ON OVERCOATS! J SJ- I * 11.,'iji 1 WlMriiQV*? 7 *VTBgK*^l*fßVr*fSnT<r, . "ffig- Jic-*.'---^-- fl_-_-----_--sDs___t__£_l_; __ _ggg_tr! m ___i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 August 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Ha* > largir circulation than any olliei _.„.,'_,).. i.'il.li'.l In san lranci-co. tr7'/ Fl Iti 1< OFFICE! ,-, siontcoiiiery reel, near Clay, open until 11 ; f "M. BBAXCU OFFICES: 710 Market ttrcri near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; SCT H.jS Mreel. even ,-:.;,! 9*o O'clock! 603 J-aiklii itrect, open ""tal •>••«■ °' lock ' and 251S -.ioMuu : -.I-a-l. open until 9 o'clock p. -■ -i BIPTIOS KATES: — . A T , -, CAIX (Including Sundays), $6 per year by r a. l. postpaid; IS cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar iiioiitlitl.roucli carriers. DAILY CALL. live ca Tics I_ree months. 4— 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve papi.-). Sl SO per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL ai.d v. : i-.Ki.v CALL *2 io per year, postpaid. V-iihLY CALL (eight paces), * 1 '25 per year, post laid. Clubs ci ten ("sent to one address), $111, BFECIAX, NOTICE FOB THE BUKH-B MONTHS. V Bubs. rib. rs who intend going to the country dur ii c the summer months can have THK daily CALL mat!-- fo llie.n ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 August 1890

IirSTNFSS CTTAyCI-S, O ....... SALOON rOB SALE: PROMINENT J*> lO'-"-'- corner downtown among the whole- sale merchants; nonlght or Sunday work: dolnga traak: ol $'J5 per day: established SO years; clearing at least S'JSO per mouth; you can have a Dial of this business before buying; best of reasons for selling. Apply K. KEN ,22 Kearny st. It -- ", li I PARTNFII WANTED -TO ATTEND ,_ OO v/v. to the books (plain accounts) in a Hue livery anal boarding stable; no previous experience required: duties plain: established nearly 20 years* large stock of horses, carriages, baggies, etc: clear- ing at least - 00 per month; on oi present owners is retiring rrom business: the remaining partner is a hr-r-class man in every respect: but he will not accept. any one but a respectable, steady man; a trial ot the business will be allowed until you are fully satisfied before buying. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kearny st. " It ■^a***-;^,! COAL-YARD FOR SALE: KEPT BY ._, i ""■ present owner 16 years; doing a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 August 1890

6 EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. A. Lively Encampment Week at the Seaside City of the Cross. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Fairchild-Bidwell Wedding— A Great Week at San Rafael— The R. A. C. High Tea— Deubler- Mendel Wedding— Party at Elgin Park— Numerous Hall Parties in Prospect— Notes and Personals. The perfect weather of the last few flays seems to have extended all over the Slate. Summer has apparently taken a new lease of life aud Its Influences Bill doubtless be noticed to the body social. Halcyon days and balmy evenings may Induce a languorous alesceuce or suggest fur ther opportunities In pleasure's ways, but can hardly lail to prolong the self-imposed exile of many if cur wandeiers. But as the days grow shortt-r the -attraction* of home, with Its cosy evening* and pleasant Interchange of friendly Utile festivities— some anniversary celebration, surprise pany or complimentary entertainment, winding up, ).erl.a.*s, with a dance-grows steadily stronger and stronger. Each day will...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 August 1890

HIS LAST RACE RUN. Death of the, Champion Sprinter of the World. O-irsuien Preparing for the Coming Regatta. A Ships' Boat Eace Suggested— Tha Wheelmen's Boai Race. Harry M. Johnson, the champion profes sional sprinter of the world, died yesterday afternoon at 100 Fifth street. His home was at St. Louis, where ha leaves a widow and two children. Iv the latter part of Febru ary he came to this city with the Intention of taking a trip to Aus tralia and competing in the ureal handicap foot races which aro run in the Colonies quite frequently. Af ter a few weeks in Sau Francisro he com plained of sickness, which, however, wore off in a short time. He finally fell a victim o typhoid fever, and remained in his sick chamber for several weeks, being at ono time at death's door. Having a magnificent institution, be finally recovered, and after recuperating, he contested in the Sheffield handicap at Central Park. About six weeks ago be journeyed to Grass Valley, where he was again taken sick ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 August 1890

8 ONE INNING WAS ENOUGH. ' The Colonels Bat Out a Vic tory in the Third. They Suddenly Pounced on Cough lin's Curves. Shaw Pitched Better Ball— The Morning Game lads la a Draw— Stockton's Lucky Day. The third Inning practically decided yes terday afternoon's game between the Colo nels and home team. In the first two in nings both teams were patting up gilt edged ball, the Oakland infielders being kept busy, while the Frisco outfielders bore the brunt of the battle. Conghlin was being rapped in lively style, but his support was magnificent, Levy and Hill miking catches that reduced a few of the Colonels batting records. Roscoe was pitching his best ball hut the men from the other side were too familiar with his curves, and when the third inning opened they hud gauged him down to a fine point. Then the slugging began, and sat. hits came in quick succes sion, causing an uproar among the Colo nels' admirers. Two costly blunders came at an opportune time for Oakland, and five runs were s...

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