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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 August 1890

IiT'STJtKSS cnAKCES. ii v. -j i !■ !~TTa"ih.e FOR EITHER a LADY OK C* •"'■ gentleman: book, stationary, sod* ana * general school supply store for sale: one of the best copiers in San Francisco; Is In the Immediate neigh- borhood of a or our largest schools; doing a trade that is clearing - 25 per month over all expenses' about full value in stock; 2 good rooms for living l best of reasons for selling: a trial or the business will be allowed before you bur, and owner will re- Euln with you until you are as fully posted in the busluess as pels. Apply K. KBNNV, 22 Kearny.lt <tl(i()0 SAI 'O«» ►OR SALE: PROMINENT ._ 1 UV'U. corner downtown among the whole- sale merchants; no night or Sunday work: doing a trade ol $20 per day: eiiabilshed 30 years- clearing at least $250 per month; you can have a trial . t [bis business before buying: best of reasons for selling. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Ki-.unvst. It S^"illi PARTNER WANTED TO ATTEND <;,. <jv\.i\j. to the books (plain accounts) In a f...

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. — 28 August 1890

6 HOITSKS TO LET^^ SIX-ROOM HOUSE; *17 HENT. l«8j MABON O St.. near Sacramento. an - - l <mo<» 2-STORY: 8 ROOMS AND BATH; LARGE ■ .if Ib. yard and cellar. Apply on premises. 11623 ■ausrton st. li— Til Fl'Tvf TWO-STORY HOUSE. 8 BOOHS, ' XK L A mn,tJ j". l .roven i ents. 62H Fell St. 28 1- HOTJSB OK - 8 I!O< MS ; 819 BATTERY ST. Jl Apply on premUes. au.B * " TILEGANT NEW 9-ROOM 2-STORY HOUSES; yj complete In all their appointments: fancy lnan- tVl« and fixtures: Nos. 152». 1531, 1533 and 1535 Gearj si.: rents J55. water extra: keys at ofilc-. ' Apply i' C. MOLLOY, 138 Montgomery st. au27 3t /•IIMHMINIS -NEW 9-ROOM HOUSES; VERY \J coniplete and ,-holce; Nos. 23-5. 2327 and 2329 Hush «., near Pierce I nuts $52 50. water free; keys at offlce. Apply P. C. Molloy, 138 Mnnt- gonrery St. au27 3t CHOICE HOME— NE. COR. DEVISADERO AND Waller: richly papered, 2-story, new. 9-room resi- dence: all appointments; complete: rent fu*o, water extra; keys at office. Apply P. O. MOLLOY, 138 Mon...

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. — 28 August 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. A Flag.Presentation Ceremony Held by Bay City Parlor, N. S. G. W. THE OTIS- CEO WELL WEDDING. Dr. Meredith Banqueted — The Woodbridge Church Social. ' " New California Company Drama. The London Lodge Anniversary. Campbell-Martin Wedding — The Torchlight Club Party— Notes. A conceit will be given tills evening at the Rush-street 51. 1". I'lmicli, I'.usli street, between Scott ami DevNudero. Mine. Ziska was "at home" to a lew friends on Tuesday evening at her residence, ICOG Califor nia street. A very agreeable evening «as passed — -J-inhe eDjojmein of conversation and a little music. Among tlie guests were: The Misses Baity, Mine. Cavellien, Mrs. Wakeman, lion, and Mrs. Joseph Homier, Mr. Ileudt. '1 lie J'anaora Dramatic Company will give Its regular monthly eutertalument at Mission Opera Ball tills evening. Admiral Blown and Hie officers of the Charles ton ueie tendered a dinner on Monday evening at me Comber of Cuminetce in Seattle. Mi. R. I. Campbell, o...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 August 1890

8 NO CHOICE. Hie Sixth Republican Congres sional Convention. Twenty-two Ballots Taken (or a Candidate Without Result. Meeting of Democratic Clubs at Tacoma. Idaho and Arizona Con ventions. ; Bptelal Dispatches to The Morxixo Cai.l. . Fresno. Aug. 27.— Republican Con gressional Convention met here to-day lor the purpose of nominating a candidate for the Sixth District. John Brown Jr. was elected temporary Chairman and James McLnclilin Secretary. Mr. Brown created considerable enthusiasm by a witty and telling speech. The Committees on Cre dentials and Platform and Resolutions were appointed. The temporary officers were made permanent officers of the convention. and an adjournment was had for ten minutes. Durine tho recess the claims ■if the rival aspirants for nomination were freely canvassed. The utmost .:ood feeling and enthusiasm pre vailed durinz the discussion among '.lie different delegates. As the Chair nan called the convention to order a delegate pointed to a sign on the bac...

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. — 29 August 1890

-I i ■ T ■ ■ ■ II I Ml I I ■ ■■ lll»l 11 .1 _ ■ - ■■ . . . .,,...., 5 TJaree Sides $ v To the want ad question, which show, that 8 0 THE CALL is the only want medium '. V M WANT ADS IN SUNDAY'S CALL 1 367 5 $ WANT ADS IN WEDNESDAYS CALL 1171 V K DAILY AVERAGE FOE LAST WEEK .1017 V 3{ , x*i<*»»" • > '. v • >:• : »>x»>x»x*»»">iv^-*-- r i3 VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 90. WIPED OUT WITH THE PISTOL John Chenoweth Closes an Ac count in Blood, and Suicides. ■ HE KILLS RICHARD T. CARROLL. Horrible Tragedy in the Liquor-Mer chant's Office, Caused by a Dis pute Over a Bill— Carroll Is Shot From Behind, and His Slayer Then Shoots Himself. John M. Chenoweth, proprietor of the Peerless Saloon at the junction of Ellis and Market streets, shot and killed Richard T. Carroll of the firm of Carroll & Carroll, wholesale liquor merchants ?J0 Market street, shortly before 5 o'clock last evening, then turned his pistol upon himself and blew out his brains. Both men dropped dead without a stru...

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. — 29 August 1890

2 WHO WILL IT BE? Question of Grand President Still Uppermost. ■ ' rrotpeet "flood for a Very Hot Meeting To- N-rht-Entries Made for the Hegatta. Handicaps Decided. The subject cf President ot the Day for the 9th of September celebration has dis placed all others in importance with the Native Sons. Even finances, which has been boomed on all sides by every possible method, has taken a back seat. Perhaps that is so on account of the subscriptions being so near the £40,000 mark ; perhaps it is due to the question bringing face to face naturally antagonistic factions. While the Native Sons were one in their work to boom their name and order to the .front, so soon as the Pioneers ask that their President be recognized equally with their Grand President the different factions spring to the front with all their venom and malignancy. . Some time ago, and fie occurrence is still fresh in the public mind, there was a con tention among tlie Pioneers whether they should march with and join in ...

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. — 29 August 1890

•V_i; UISCELLANEOX7S. :im ' ■\ h -1W 1 1 l 1( iiiili iiP^iiH^T iIP BUFFALO BREWING COMPANY! Sacramento, Cal. .V,; - " &*m*^ SAH FRANCISCO AGENCY ! 521 ?^,?^^;S^ hSt - Teleplionj 6177. A., H. LOCHBAUM. General Agent. FOR INSTALLMENT F^o. .5, '({ DUE IN A FEW DAYS, WE HAVE TO RAISE THE MONEY ! Bur Quit id Fnriii Gauds Will Be Sacrificed at Any Price I . TO OBTAIN IT QUICKIiY. w w ■ ■ y 712 and 714 Market Street. au22 tf FrTu "LITTLE I'ETJi." Judge Vnn Is«j-ni"(t<iin Ailtl«i-» Illm to '■•-i Uinilv for Trial. Kong Chine, alias " Little Fete," who has gained considerable notoriety in the past three scars for his adroit evasion of the law in tlie commission of the serious crime ot bribery, was rgnin in court yesterday morn injr to bo tried a third time. Up to very recently George A. Knight has been his attorney, but en this occasion he did not pat in an appearance, and the well dressed, well-fed young l'agau had to ap pear in his own behalf. E. 15. Stonehill, formerly District Atto...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 August 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Hat a lar c or circulation than any other Mtrapaper iinltlinhwl in San Francisco. rrm.icATi<»" office: 6 nr > Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 O'clock r M. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market street, near Keaniy.open ">«" 12 o'clock midnight; 888 Ilajes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 Urkii street, open until 9:30 o'locfc, and 2518 Mission street, open until 0 o'cloct p. it. sriSSCF.IFTIOX BATES: TAH.Y CALL (including Sundays), $8 per year by ir»'l.r" st P" l(l: 13 cc " ts - l> er week, or 65 cents per calendar mouth through carriers. DAILY CALL. live cvplnihree months. ?8 -5. SUNDAY CALL (twelve. tape*). SI fu per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL I and | i.ki.v i Ail. *2 61) per year, postpaid. vhtiav call (el? lit ages), £1 is per year, post i-.il. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), $10. BriXIAL NOTICE FOR TUB SUMMER MONTHS. BnUsCTfben who Inteud going to the country dnr li p summer months can have Tine daily CALL mailed to them for a week or loit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 August 1890

R.I SINKSS CHANCES. C' I -ik l 1.1 ir - STORE. CONFECTIONERY- -0 ItJ"« good horse and wagon; a bargain; this day. WHITE. 786 Market St. It* O>)(||\ CANDY-STORE; NORTH OF mab- O-UU. ket. WHITE, 765 Market. It* Ql C A PARTNER IN FINE THEATER CAN- rj 1 O\f- dy-st-ana. WHITE. 765 Market St. It* ift^nn £ IG * R -STORE: FIXE CORMKB ON 5 iH'v'. Market at- WHITE. 765 Market. It* %'MM) STATIONEHY AND CANDY: MOBTH <T«JUU. of Market. WHITE, 765 Market st. It* (JVfiH BRANCH BAKERY; 3 SPLENDID <T— W. rooms; low rent. WHITE. 765 Market. 1* 5 I An HANDSOME CI (JAR-STOKE: CLEARS •_ IWi t75 per moutn. WHITE, 765 Market. 1* Cl'l OX COFFEE-SALOON: NEVER SCCH A '- ' ■^-'- > - chance. WHITE. 765 Market St. 1* ■^•^O •"AliTNEli WANTED FOR FINE CASH v-""- business. B. WHITE. 765 Market St. 1* < 5;1 - '"S SALOON; SPLENDID LOCATION; A <ji - 1 —"-bargain. 11. WHITE. 705 Market st. It* C;|7k GIIOCEBY AND BAR: SACRIFICE ON <?1 I v. account departure. WHITE.766 Market.* fit ] '>.A 0 SPLEN...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 August 1890

6 LA TOIX D'l'NE M£KE. TriEtlatcd rorTnEMoBN-iNoCtu-from the French of Mine. Louise Colet. I. 1 , ■ EVER ope thy soul to might j T^ a Child, who wilt a woman be; j if ¥ But to lowly virtues sweet, « ■ (j That thy holy charity E'er may soothe the sad complaint Of some spirit worn and faint. 11. That thy hope, serene and bright. Slay relieve pain's mournful cries; That thy fervent hymn of faith, j Lite an otrrtng. chaste may rise. And to bcav'n mount up to spread lv ace celestial o'er thy head. 111. tile an angel-child, console All, with gentle words and meek; Kay thy hands be swift to aid: Scenes of human sorrow seek. To the old and poor dnw near; Hold the tick and sufTrlng dear. IV. Work, my child, and slag and pray. Work will mite thee noble, strong; And thy innocence of heart Will be voiced In Joyous song. Prayer will Rive thy earnest face An abiding, lovely grace. i V. A nd if Coil should give tbee, dear, To Mine spirit good and great, Beep humanity and faith, I And oe worthy of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 August 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. A Concert Given by the Epworth League of tbe Bush-Street M. E. Church. IAWK TENNIS AT SANTA MONICA. Brilliant Attendance at the Chabot Home Dedication— Court Apollo Entertainment — The Pandora Club— Parties Across the Bay. Interesting Notes of Late Per sonal Movements. The first entertainment and ball given Ly Young Men's Institute No. 129 will take place at Mission Opera Hall this evening. The ladles of the Alameda Church (Swed eubniglau) Society gave a social at the residence el Mrs. Louderback, on Eagle avenue, Alameda, i ihie.sdav evening. There was a full atien d auce, aud tbe evening was pleasantly spent In music, recitations and the other recreations characteristic of socials. These church socials will probably be given monthly hereafter. To morrow morning; at 10 o'clock, at Golden Gate Park, tome of the ladles of the Bands of Hope, Sabbath-schools and the King's Daughters me aoglng 10 have a social basket picnic with • lather Waueb in honor of his...

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. — 29 August 1890

8 A DEADLOCK. Ineffectual Attempts to Nomi nate a Congressman. Yesterday's Balloting (or a Candidate for tlie Sixth District. tfler Taking Sixty Roll-Calls the Convention Adjourns to Meet In Ventura September 4th. Ep«clal Dispatches to The Mobxiso Call. Feesxo, Aug. 28. -In the .Republican Congressional Convention sixteen more bal lots were taken this morning, making thir ty-eight in all. The first ballot showed: (toweil 47, Lindley 70, Bowers 70, against 43 forßowell and 71 each for Lindley and Bowers on the last ballot last night. The last billot before noon showed Rowell 56, Lindley 64, Bowers 67. There was no material change in the Re publican Convention at the afternoon ses sion. It was a complete deadlock, with Sowers in the lead. The fifty-fifth ballot resulted : Bowell 54, .'Sowers 67, Lindley ti">, Crown 1. Adjourned until 7 o'clock. EVjmmo SESSION. As the delegates were reassembling for 'he evening session it was seen that some important movement was contemplated, .nd, ...

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. — 30 August 1890

]Sf TlireeSides js| 8 To the -want ad question, which show that H V THE CALL, is the only want medium ! V A WANT ADS IX SUNDAY'S CALL 1337" v •*• WAST ADS IN" WEDNESDAY'S CALL 1 IV 1 '<;" ■.' DAILY AVERAGE FOB LAST /WEEK 1017 V VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 91. A CHANCE FOR WAR. Outrageous Proceedings of Gua temalan Officers. Bloody Tragedy on Board an American Steamsbip. The Surrcns'tr of a Revolutionist De manded — Riddled With Bullets While Resisting Arrest. Frrrlal Dtspatetew to The Hobseto Call. City of Mexico, Aug. 29.— A San Jose de Guatemala dispatch say-; everything was prepared this morning to capture the Revolu tionist, General Martin Barnndla, who was cm board a passing American steamer. The Fort I laptsrin, with several companions, board ed the steamer and demanded the surrender ci Barundia from Captain Pitts, who answered that he would deliver up the revolutionist, and invited them to liaruniiia's cabin. The assistant Chief of Police, Captain Caldron and three officers were amo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 30 August 1890

2 BACK IN PORT. Eel urn of the San Francisco from Her Trial Trip. KfEults of the Tests Made en the Passage TTp the Ccasl— She Gains for Her Builders a Handsome Premium. The United States cruiser San Francisco returned to port yesterday nioruiug from Santa Barbara Channel where she had been making her official trip. The pas sage up from Santa Barbara was made in 23 hours. The vessel was sighted from Point Lolx« about 7 o'clock and at 8 o'clock she ' steaimd through the Golden Gate and passed up the bay to her anchorage. The news was quickly passed along the front that the cruiser was passing in and a large number of people hurried down to ' the docks to get a glimpse of her. She pre sented a peculiar appearance with her fan ' tastic decorations. Every bit of bunting on board was thing to the breeze, while a larce kite, on which were printed the figures "20.00," indicating the rate of speed she attained during tho last ten miles of her trial trip, flew from the poop-deck. The same fig...

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. — 30 August 1890

ALONG THE RAIL The Trainmen's Grievances No Longer Discussed. Particulars cf Fasiecgtr Agent Martin s a> reit — Eastern Trainmen Ask an Increase of Wages. mere were no new developments yester terd.iy in tho recent difficulties between the (Southern Pacific officials and trainmen. As before stated the Grievance Committee ha* disbanded and the men have returned to their respective stations. Mr. Towno said yesterday that the work of preparing a sys tem equalizing the wages on the different divisions commenced several months before the Trainmen's Grievance Committee was organized, and was being pushed as rapidly as possible. What action the trainmen propose to take in the matter of reorganization is not known. The rumor that they had tele- Graphed for Grand Master Wilkinson was said by a Brotherhood man yesterday to be without foundation. Wilkinson could do nothing, said he, unless perchance lie might offer some valuable suggestions as to thorugh and consistent organization. De velop...

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. — 30 August 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL, Fas a Im-jrer circulation than any otliei newspaper i>ul>lislic<l ill Sun Francisco. ... .-" riTV.I.ICATION OFFICE: B n s montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 O'clock p. M. URANCH OFFICES: 710 Market ttrtet.near Kearnx. open """' 1- o'clock midnight; BE9 Hayes street,' open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 Laikln street, open until 9:30 olock, and 2518 Hiking street. oj>en until 0 o'clock p. M. SIHSIKiriION KATES: rATT.V CALL (Including Sundays), $B per year by trail, postpaid: IB cents per week or 6."> rents per calendar month through carriers. 'DAILY CALL, five rcpiesilireen>onUis.:s6 -'•">■ SUNDAY CALL (twelve .rages), SI 50 per year, postpaid. SlMi.iv CALL md WtEKLY CALL $2 50 per year, postpaid. WEEKLY CALL (eight pages), $1 25 per year, post- Uui. Clubs of ten (tent to one addrtss), |>lUi SPECIAL NOTICE FOII THE UUMJLKU MONTHS. Fnbsri i!>ors who intend going to the country dur ii tin summer months can have THE DAILY GALL mailed to t...

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. — 30 August 1890

BIPT>'KSS CHASCES. '-■- "■'-. | C- ij-tl SUITABLE FOR EITHER A LADY OR t^i <)(.'. gentleman: book, stationary, soda and general school supply store for sale; one of the best corners In Ban Francisco: is iv the Immediate neigh- borhood of Sol our largest schools; doing a trade that Is clearing $125 per month over all expenses; about mil value In -stock: 2 good rooms for living; best of reasons lor selling: a trial or the business will be allowed before you bur, and owner will re- main with you until yon are as fully posted In the business as he is. Apply K. KENNY, 2-' Ke.iruy.lt 0 I fin. 1 SALOON FOR SALE: PROMINENT >_ 1 vvv. corner downtown among the whole- sale merchants: no night or Sunday work: doing a trade or $25 per day: established 30 years: clearing at least $250 per month: you can have a trial of this business before buying: best of reasons for selling. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kearuy st. It I (If 111 PARTNER WANTED, TO ATTEND WIuUU, to the Inside business and do the col...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 30 August 1890

6 JACQIEaiIXOTS. I MAY not speak In words, dear, but let my ■ To 7e'l| a t't.^ir t1 crimson secret In leaves or The, pl..d f f r or K .fnUes r »i.<l kisses as summer Held. And'°eve r7p r rirPi» velnlet thrills with exquisite desire. Ob, let me see the glance, dear, the gleam of soft Trou C E?/finy amorous roses for the tender nope Ana prw r t™"r : heart leaves back, love, to drink tiielr iitfiu-r passion. perrnme Is the whisper For tnplr sweetest, wildest pertunie Is tbe whisper or my love. - My roses, tell her, pleading, all the fondness and the All V'e"lon'nlnK of a heart that reaches thirsting for its bliss; And tell her, tell her, roses, that my lips and eyes For are ilyitic ot her love look and the rautnre of For the iiiritiuj ol her love look and the ravture of Her kiss. John Ui.yi k O'Bkii.i.v. WOULD HAVE HER WAY. IV/lA' brotlicr Frank was a straggling I VI doctor, while I kept a little notion* . l^*i^ store to help snpp rt an invalid mother. One day when business was dull...

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. — 30 August 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Marriage of Miss Annie N. Clark aud Mr. William M. Tallctte. First Entertainment and Social of Y. M. I. No. 129— The Isenbruck- Shrakkart Wedding — California Chapter Entertainment— Party in Alameda— Banner Society Anni versary- Notes. Tills evening the farewell concert tendered to Marie Uarnard v. i .l be Held at Irving Hall. ■ A pleasant lunch party was givrn on Wearies day by Mri Captain T. U. Taylor, complimentary to i.ci sister, Miss Etta c,a<ebolt, who left the fol lonlDgday for Santa Barbara. The guests were: Mrs. J. C. B. llebbaid, Mrs. A. 1". Van Duzer, Mrs. J. l.itciiiiKid, Mr*. Fred 11. Deakin, Miss . Gertrude Taylor, Miss lieynolds. Miss Sawyer and Miss Casebolt. ' California Rebekah Decree Lodge, No. 1, I. O. O. F., will give a lisli-i party and social la Odd Fellows' Buildlns this owning. It Is reported that the mariiage of Mr. B. F. Del Valle, a nominee for the dignity of Lieu tenaiu-Goveruoi of this State, ana Miss Nellie CastyleofLos A...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 30 August 1890

8 BLOODED HORSES. Interesting Events at Ghico and Petalama. 1 Marystille Editor Thrashed lor Tra flGGiEg an Old Resident Tf o Prisoners Escape From tbe County Jail it iuburn — Arrest of a Forger. Bp»dal Dlspitobes to The Morxiso Call. Cniro, Aug. 29. — The Ladies' Hiding Tournament was held at 10 o'clock this morning. The contestants were: Miss Xora Marshall. Willows; the Misses Clara and Lilly Keiehline and Fannie White, Chico. The ladies were so evenly matched that the judges reserved their decision and will award the prize to-morrow. The first race to-day was of the three ■ minute class for a purse of $400. Vidette, Lena S, Kathleen and Billy Doty entered. Vidette won the first heat in 2:31. In the second heat tno pools sold: Doty $10, field SlO. Vidette won easy In - :47 : ;. Third heat, Vidette took the load and won easily in 2:44 Second race, <■!•'. district class, starters were Cupid, St. Lucas, Laura 7. and Annie £• Pools sold: Laura Z $10, field £6. Annie E won in 2:32. ...

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