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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 31 August 1890

< *'I*l > X'-I*l*l<l < >'>>i 10] W CONSENT MAKES THE LAW! > V £ri Vlo%^fn¥oplJ l^^^¥ B rl^ ZAW S ||»; WAXTADS TO THE CALL! ■:■■■■.■-■■ V |S LAST WEEK'S DAILY AVERAGE, IOSS '• l«*. > 3TOSB THAW EVEJI •■ '■ . >—.%_. /. !i*. • JJEFOSE,. AXD MORE 1 HAXAXY ' •'< ,'■ OTHER CITY PAPER EVEH JfAS ON SUXDAY.' ■'■ V^.'* ||'.;.y.v.vOV.v.vw>>>X>^ »»: r El] VOL. LXVIII.-NO. 92. AUTUMN MEETING OF THE SOVEREIGNS. Progress of ths Negotiations for Russia's Entrance Into the Piece Circle. ITUCH DEPENDS ON AUSTRIA. Grand Duke Michael Dispatched t« Allay the Fears of the French Government— A Measure for the Internationa! Suppression of An archists and Nihilists— Bismarck and the Emperor — American Riflemen. Cop) righted IS9O by the NewToric Associated rross. Beri.ix, Aug. 30.— progress of nego tiati>as for the entrauce of Russia into Europearrrrrtente. i&gdlsatrd by the arrange ments vjrtlie«;itunßi metii^ b -vi"Uie sover. elgns. The projected intervie...

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. — 31 August 1890

*> IN A DRUNKEN FIT OF PASSION. Domestic Tragedy in a Cala ■ \eras Mining Toisn. liigrj Hisbcd Steels Sis Ills m | Ot irdij Auempl to Wreck a Scu:ii-Botad Oicgon Passenier Train Sear Copeland Station. xl'-^fipictri OlspaUhM to TOT MoKSiso C*»V', Stocktob. Aug. 30.- A eitlren of mis c->acty, wt;oCi rne!roniS^ And.eas Ya!:ey iP-daT, .«-.. i^.«« nat a terrttfe lr»eeay hni MCtirftd *t Weft Pi>tor, I niiniog town ol Calaveras tPUUtr, TriCiT n"6kU «a wliicli i man Qamed ti:ulaeti»r »n. ; .-ii wue lii»UT. kill"* uts sou, *ge<! about 1 6 .*•• «r», sea then outi'.'.'.ii-d suicide. XI ai ws ■-. ' ->«gUtu>s*a Aocireas oarly this niorntae ■? >. :'.--sseaper, wuo wen; tner« lor a doctor. :■■ hua it >v le»rne4 tnat Gallacfcer bad -.;- luting bearliy. and Id a fit of passlw. stii.T i.i- family ar4 Jiimtcll. Ttte wife w^t nc" Cent, trie messenger satd, sna was no* pected la iive. Mt«. r.ait.i;!icr lv- neft*-" ll «t« l'olct lot MVaraJ' - ile »a^ lately her • linsnand ■"'• , i...

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. — 31 August 1890

I -n EDITION. — ■ — ■ ■ / ~ ~~ . SI Dpiiiii! Without any prevarication we main- fain we offer the best \ allies in these fabrics of any lit, use in Uie trade. t NOTE OUR PRICES! BLACK SILKS. 3 LOTS. 73 pieces FINE QUALITY, worth £1.00, At 75c per Yard. 83 pieces BETTER QUALITY, -north $1.50, At $1.00 per Yard. 44 piecos KXTIiA FINE QUALITY, worth 82.00, At 51. 25 per Yard. 3 S£t:L*g;<£t±:Q.iS IN BLACK SURAH silks, 33 pieces at S OC 41 pitw-s <>■ __ ....700 - 28 pieces EXTRA riNK, 2.-- inch, at..51.00 SSTriic iiljovo constitute the Cheap- est Blact Silks iv the city. We will also continne Ihe sale of the following lisios from auction i;E. and S. [Idler) as advertise;! last wcet. At 50 Cents. BLACK AND COLORED IXDIA -U.K. worth 7.->e, nntl BLACK and COLORED SUBAH bILK, pood value for §1. At 75 Cents. — BLACK AND COLOKED SURAK SILK. a 61 25 quality, a great bargain. At .00. 25-IXrii BLACK SURAH SILK, rejrular price all the season was SI 50 a yard. At $1.00. A very fine line...

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. — 31 August 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Pa* a l-ircer ciro»l»t!.m than »»y «thei ueTßvaper i.u1.11rt..-l In San * ranc.aco. BSS Montgomery ,-; r l , SwOTB: ' 710 Market r. dock r. «. "« A^ „,,t l, 12 o'clock midnight; Mr< tt, near hear,,), c ..,.- unt11 . 9:30 o'clock: 603 JLWr^t "■..,:;! B:80 o-lock. and 8618 i"Jln Ilrect. opou until 9 o'clock r. M. 1.-.: RIFTIOS rates: •nAiiYCAII. (including Sundays), »n per year by *\ m .tpald: 1« eenW per wee*, orW rents per ?Veu<CL.,tU through carriers. DAILY CALI^nTe ;, estWee months.** 29. BT NDAI « Al.i. .twelve races), .1 50 per year. ,>ost|>ald. BONDAY CAM. L 73 iii KKLY CAIX «2 50 per year, postpaid, viihi . r.u.L (eight i««e«),W 25 per jetac, P'«t" laiu. i;l'.,- .1 ten (sent to one adilriss), *1". •KCIVI. KOnCE FOB THE SCJIJIEE MONTHS. fnbscrlben who Intend Rolns to the country dor i-g the rummer months can have THE i> UH CALL ,r liled to mem fora woes or longer at regular B ub iptlon rates, 15c per week. Give order to carrier ■1 rt-iid to liQ...

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. — 31 August 1890

■ OTT J?eai. lfgl^ TE> I ■cn~nn NI v. bay-w nl>ow cottage OF trOOUU. 0 r....i:is aud • )atn ' I)rlct loundation, l.iiindrv. etc.: in. - fMnl^: lut '5x100; on line of street-cars; lv s- ■<■« Wnjianelsooi 15th aye.. near Kallrorul -'•- v. ii. UMLSEN .v CO.. 14 Mout- Komery t •■ ■ au3l StiTu Th 3i flj.-_i_l,l lI A\. WINDOW COTTAGE ON OAK <J*,)Ul".'. St., near Lyon; contains 5 rooms and bath laundry, brlc« loundatlons and all modern Improvements; lot 25H10. li. ii. UMIiSEN A CO 11 Muntgonwsyat an3l 1 nTnSt " •ft 99>iO A IVr.-AWAV; LOT 25x81:3, ON "<•—-••"-_,• ?, cott st. ue » r Sacramento; ready to build on. Q. il. i MiisKN A CO.. 14 Montgomery Mreet - SUBI Snlufn »t Ql T'^O hoK 16 LOTS; 2 COBNERS IN UNI- '" ii i-T.V Ter3 "y Mound Tract, near ver aye. (. ii. «iim..\ .-. C 0. .14 Montgomery. 31 SuTuTh 3 'R4"0(l < lIIJ.'.I': 1. 1,\ i:,. CORNER LOT; 40x XkVJ^.- *, IU7: cor. Castro a:id 19th sts. v. H. t>.BSt.N drco., 14 Montgomery St. ao3l sni uTh 3 100 <( ' 1: -...

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. — 31 August 1890

6 I) ■ ' . „_i»i -. - — ■'-' CITY T.I- A I. I-'STATK. ___„__ 5.,1,1 for $CU(IO; S. side ol t.r,,ve . t.. » rooms, b . llUi Lyon; 2-story modern n-l •' X,- UI .es : hrlc-a-brac laanilry, etc.: orn.ineii t» ' ,f''V, x Jasv erios, about top mantels; can bo J»n«»« '„.„„ , Apply toO-FARRF-LLaLiU^ MOOKB S RESI- -<<hll (>(''() denoToulyl year old. on Ashbury «3> 1 I .VUV. dence on '» . t on hall or smoliiii?- heignts; salon P»r'"™',.™l' 'pantry, kitchen, laon- ro,,,n. dlulue-rooi. ; 1 , b r cr J Li natural wood man- dry. 4 i'.'.i : r. ■■' ■;■ • ';).' sou for sell eg, n ,e ownei ex- tels:lot 1 . the Lty ■ lo"k Into this at once. -\p- Pf'» '",'fakklll* llng. U .Vo..t'yst.3itfsuwe '-^^■A n , FosiTrviTY one of rSi cheap- S°i )00 est residence lots in theWestcrn AdOl- ft J ""^t«i bet Pierce and Scott, opposite turn: on Uay »'•• jVfi^V" don't fall to investl- 1..', ; I. *t LANG, _ M"!i__»niif-i.v st. au.U tf SiiWe rr -'-jl HOWARD - ST. BABBA1N; NEW ,' v i'u\). elegant modern bay-wind...

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. — 31 August 1890

REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. Businf- W:. letter in Ajignst :lfi.- 11 !uly. 1 Bepret»t.tiT« Sale. M the Month-Large Sales of Property on Fourth Street and at South Beach. , €*£ From itdTaiice proottbeets of th« Jiea, Estate Ciiciilar. publl-ned by Thomas Mane we make the lollnwinc extract-. Elglity le*s M)«| O l city r< al e«tate were re cuided In August than in tliei>re\ioiisn, oul ii ot July. Tire total number of sales In .'.ugu wai ■47G. ol me total value of SL'.t;:::. i '„ Hj.; vlUst 666 jjiles in July, amnuntinc to $2.SGC.-tr>4. Tiie fact, nevertbeleta, is that leal estate iv Atiuust. especially Id the last half or Ihe month, w;:s much more active tliau lv July. Tlio sales nude In the l;ist liaif of August aie net yet on recuid. Tlie number of luyeis Inqnlrlng lor business propertj is not now nearly *o great as In spring. There is stiiia t;ood deiuaud (ot land out l'acilic IK'ißiiis «rmy. The vacant lit as tlie nonbeast coiner of Jackson and octavla, east 601118, has been ...

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. — 31 August 1890

8 A Children's Charniius Entertain niont at the WHlard Kiiidergarten. INTEETAIKKESTS AT EONOLULTJ The Norris Gathering at Centervilie. A Successful Musica 1 -The Sai^ Francisco Sketch Club ct Santa Barbara— Party on Rausch Street Two Lodge Entertainments— ln-; teresting Notes ■ Two Inaugural reclta's by Clarence Euav of Chieitgo, tbe eminent <■.-. cert o-^ -nisi, will b« riven at tbe First Congreg.;!o«-: Oburch. coruer cf Post aud Mason street*, ou tbani and Friday evenings next ai 8o > clock. Tiis recitals wUI form part ol the dedication of the new org.-.n presented to the i-uureli by Mr<. Harile; C. Alex ander In memory ol Her parents, diaries and Mar] A. Ciccker. The Golden Gale Ki:ideraarteu Association win tender a reception to Mr«. lieor e Hearst, en -Jay siterooon next, at " o'clock, at Uo lou-s.juare' liall. The exercises will consist of soups and games by tbe ebildren of tlie Hearst Free X ndergartei . Ilev. Dr. MeiedilU of Uiook ivu N.Y.. will deliver an address. ...

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. — 31 August 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. i .... - — . =^=r==^ Ladies' Clotli Jackets ! Ladies' Cloth Jackets ! Ladies' Clot! Wraps ! Ladies' Imported Novelty Cloth Jackets. Ladies' Sealette Jackets Ladies' Sealette Wraps! Jerseys! Jerseys! *t 100. «Ti a - .T-.«x Ladies' Imported Novelty Cloth Wraps. A .7, a I «7 10 . Al 7 B o. 600 LADIES' JACKETS f.incy-strlpeJ LADIES' JACKETS, finest quality ol LADIES' CLOTH WUAl'.s, made of fine T T i n'll fl 111 m 1 T 1 L LADIES' SEALETTE JACKETS, trimmed LADIES' SEALETTE WRAPS, long : 125 dozen CHILDUKVS ALL-WOOL JER- twtlled cloaking, li iit and Uark sliailt-s, French broadclotli, lined with heavy twilled cloaking, prettily braided, trimmed I QfliflQ \\\\l SP3|P||fl PlllQll I/IPkATQ with sealskin buttons down the front, tabs, half sleevo with cuff, trimmed all Sh^ Nni several "colors, regular value faced with satin revere collars, fin- satin, lap pockets, trimmed with black with cord fringe, regular price S2O, will be IiUUIDIJ Ulltt kIUUIUIIU IlUOll UllUllULlJ. lap bac...

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. — 31 August 1890

10 THE FIELD OF SPORT. The Sacramento Uaces— Aihletes Who Are in Training. The MiAuiffe-Slavin Fight in Eneinnd-Ihe (j . .il-Shootire Sfmon-Ang.ing for Striped Bi3s-Ths E fl.\ fv» HE Intarest in all branches of sport y\ i~ ing, excepting pugilism, is keen, and jlfj the patrons ol the various pastimes are ;r::;nnit: for many future events. The athletes are practicing at the Olym pic Club grounds t-r the Sacramento races, which they expect will be a grand success. The tennis enthusiasts are training for the San Rafael tournament. The natrons of field spurts are working their dcg« so as to have them in fine fettle for tlie opening of the quail season. Tne yachtsmen and oars liion are very enthusiastic ever the near .future regatta, which will be a grand feat ure of aquatic .sports. The nlle-.-hoi.ters are practicing fcr the contests which will l>e held at Harbor \ few. Lovers Df coursing, blcycline, liaDd ball and other si>< rts are in active piadice. rlllE ATHLETES. William G...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 31 August 1890

Great Expectations by Managers From the Influx During Festival Week. SPECIAL PIECE AT THE GRAND. Dixey Continues the "Seven Ages." "Peti" Carried Forward at the Bush-Street and "Wife for Wife ? ' at the Alcazar — Mr. Scan- Lan Sings His Last Lays at the California This Week in "The Irish Minstrel "— " Chain Light- ning" at the Grand Winds Up the McHenry Engagement — For eign and Domestic Notes. It bas been an ea«y-golng week for theatrical Hinusemenis, and, 110 doubt, the one on which we pave entered will have an equally smooth and uninteresting run. Our directors are looking to tbe 9th aud 10th of September as the time in v.Mch to bestir themselves, when the N.itiv Sous of the Gol :en West are holding hinli revel ii i. 0 toe occasion of the foitieth anniversary of tb» admission of California into the sisteibood of Sales. There will be nothing new at any of the leading tbeateis this week, excepting Scanlan at tbe New California fu Fred Marsden's "Tbe Irish Minstrel"; but next week w...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 31 August 1890

12 RAINBOW TROUT OF CALIFORNIA. A Simple Method for the Arti ficial Breeding of Fish. STOCKING THE STREAMS. How a Hatching Establishment Can Be Constructed at a Small Ex pense—Experience Required in the Handling of Eggs — The California Trough— Planting Fry in Shallow Water. r*» EW people even among tee fraternity *")Vyo£ anglers have the remotest idea of 1;V the many difficulties which attended tiie transportation of trout fry from the State hatcheries to their destination by way of stage and rail. Oftentimes the journey is a long one, and e>pecial care must De taken of the little, fishes both night ana day while they are en route to their future homes. An niiant, who thoroughly under- Fta: his business, keeps a watch dur ingthe journey on his aquai lum, which gen erally consists of a number of cans in which "the little beauties" are confined. The water must be Changed quite frequently if the weather happens to be warm, otherwise the respiratory organs of tlie little fishes will...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 31 August 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. SAN FRANCISCO TO SANTA CRUZ. The Eeanly of the Natural Scen ery Along the Coast Line. LOOKING FOR GEMS ON THE BEACH Sea Lions That Disport in the Waters Near Halfmoon Bay— A Town Properly Named— Ruins of the Old Landing at " Gordon Chute." The Redwood Forests in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Written for The BCXDA? Calx. 11EHE are few. if any, sreat cities of fi - tlie world surrounded uy more strik i If* ins natural scenerj than £au Fran cisco eujoys. You may titke a boi;t, or a train, or n slai;e, or your own horse and buggy, and start out toward any point of the compass, and you cannot fail to be sur prised and pleased with what you see. Within thi! last two years i liave dutifully trudeed over tha hills and plains around New York, Washington, Chicago, Omaha, m. Loui-i, Los Angeles and several isiderable towns ol smaller size and less note. Books of travel are stupid in deed, compared with what an idlu rambler sees on such excursions. II lie bas cood eyes aud reasonabl...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 31 August 1890

14 AN ATTRACTIVE PERSON. A Charming Story of English Life. tHAI'TKR L j i'M afraid Mrs. Tießlu will have to CO, said Ji the rector. I'ii^lu will Lave to co. said I the ic^-tor. I f Mr. Sowerbutts, a stour, middle-aged farm = er, grutued 111* dissatisfaction. Tlie other members ol 11. Little l'uddlustou bebool board oil' red no opinion. "Vi-, I think we must give Ibe old lady a quarter* notice, aDd get rid other," continued Mr. D.mtbwalte. ■ She is terribly behind the »Xc; thcie's BO doubt of that. Tlie M'liool lias earoea liaidly any Kraut lor the las! two years." Mr. Sowerbutrs cave another grunt, inunning to cxi resa tbeirby his contempt alike for Mis. FijjKlu'a grant-earning powers, tue graul mid tue educati uiai department. "1 expect in anolbi-r year the Inspector will bring down tlie wiaih nf the department upon us in earnest. I'eihaps tIK-y will dissolve Ihe board and order the elecnon of a new one." "That wouldo, uoliow," said Mr. Sowerbutts, L decisively. "Then Mr. Soweibutt...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 31 August 1890

A REMARKABLY STRANGE STORY. One of Rosina Yokes' Company Gives His Experience in Hypnotism. SAVING A MAN AND A WOMAN. A Hypnotic Seance in Which Lady Mary Heathcote Figured— The Loves of John Townsend and Agnes Vernon — Married io a Brute^-About to Fall -The Mar velous Rescue— A Weird Re cital. •TVHEATEU-GOEHS al! over tuo United Vi^V States w ill re member a small, thick -if^ set man who has played iv Kosina Yukes* company for tbe past two years. Both his static and bis family name are the -•.iino. Ferdinand Gottschalk. Besides be ing an actor, lie is a cultivated musiciaD, a linguist and a student ol ocentt sciences. On one of his visits to this country Tie were chatting in his apartmonts. We drifted from one subject to anotiier, finally ending iv an argument on the merits of hypnotism, when 1 discovered lie waa a member of the Lonuon Society of Tlieosophists and a friend uud pupil of Mine. Blavatsky. This society Is composed of some of the savants nnd lentific men of the day, and...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 31 August 1890

16 LIFE ON THE ARCTIC COASTS. A Glance at Hie Fsqnimanx in the Frozen ltegions. Alnkt's Dtrarft Who Hunt and Fish-Their Erese, Habit?, Cmtcmi and Festivities. Esquimaux Belief in Ghosts. HKEE types are observable among /J^the Aretb Esquimaux of Alaska. The sljs tall, c.idaverous natives on Kotzebue Sound, who live on .fish, ptarmigans and marmots, always have a hungry look and habitually wear a grin of fiendish glee at having circumvented an adverse fate. Then there is the tall, strongly knit type of the Nooatoks, a gigantic race, of a »piendid physique that would be remarka ble in any r>art of the world. Hugged as the mountains among which they live, vig orous and courageous, they stop at nothing but the impossible to accomplish a desired cud. Tbcir food supply is the reindeer, mountain sheeD. ptarmigans and fish. The third type is the short, stumpy one, probably that of the old Esquimaux before the admixture with southern tribes, now found on the Arctic coast. Whale, seal and d...

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. — 1 September 1890

PJ-*"*'*"*' *"•"•"•* •*•*** *_.*"*** I*!*.*"**'* - ***"*" ♦"♦"•"♦"•"♦"•"sr ***'** ■ft* *•!. % -A." TRUST! "I LX THE PEOPLE nAVE FORMED A WANT AD TRUST ',*'.' , L i_ AND HAVE MADE THE CALL THEIR MEDIUM ! •*"• _ PROOF : >,- '•' TOTAL WANT ADS FOR AUGUST 3 1,483 X ,'♦.' DAILY AVERAGE FOB AUGUST 1015 .-- Xi, ; -Tlits Only Want Medium I ■!• A. J.: - _ M — —— — —'——■ — J — <r , — _ _ . . Z . — _ _ ._«—, ——!\- "| 11*3. 1 *♦♦*♦♦♦••••••♦♦-♦**-♦ I*l*l ........ __.( l£*_2i *-*" ' = -.__-.-- _- JJ VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 93. NOT SATISFACTORY. Sal?adorians Distrustful of Guatemala. Demands for Indemnity and Guarantees for the Fntnre. Insignificant Debt Ttat Caused a German Fostoffice Assistant to Murder His Intended and Commit Suicide. Special Dispatches to Tit:: ".lorsixqC.lt. New York, Sept I.— A Herald San Sal vador dispatch says: There are still grave doubts here as to tho final treaty between Guatemala and Salvador being signed. A number of influential residents of the city have told Ezeta ...

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. — 1 September 1890

2 INTERS' PROGRESS. Liberal Aid Tendered the Lo? Angeles Strikers. Serious Keports Against Two Members to Be Investigated— The Union All Ready . to Parade. ■- • - It required a session of nearly five hours' duration yesterday for the Typographical Union to dispose of its monthly batch of business. The tendency to do away with the old moss-grown motion that all matters of a union character must be transacted behind closed doors was given another boost yester day by this large organization inviting representatives of the press to be present throughout the proceedings. There was a little opposition to the idea at first, but when a dozen or two active spirits iv the union expressed the sentiment that all their acts should be subjected to public scrutiny and that tlie idea of " closed doors" was fast be coming unpopular in all the avenues of labor and society, the act of the Executive Committee extending the invitation to the reporters was overwhelmingly approved. The la- of the union ex...

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. — 1 September 1890

I You 're Going to Celebrate ? 5 3STo Need of XJs _A_s_fLing § "STo-u. SuiO-b. a, Question. ! | 1 fromiEsij j I 1 * I Will vie with each other who will make the best showing, lhat \ is in regard to dress. Now hoys, the PRINCE ALBERT COAT ? AND VEST, with a handsome pair of STRIPED TROUSERS, I is just the caper and is just what yon should have. We sup- n pose that you know that WE'RE HEADQUARTERS FOB 1 PRINCE ALBERT COATS AND VESTS and we can furnish I 'em to you from \ $10to$30 I And they'll double discount anything your tailor can make I % for double our prices, and we can fit you in great shape. "f. When it conies to Trousers we'll show you the prettiest i ones in 'Frisco. | I *.' 433, 435, 437 ' 1 j Montgomery Street, Corner Sacramento. I [Hull ,lllli_______E_g____"__-:_^^ BUFFALO BREWING COMPANY! SacrB.mento, Cal. - •*T-'!-y--5.-__ „^ £0 _J^_^-^-s_-^-___^-' *&^\\ a --_ fl Di;'^. It*] \^s> •_■*•* ■ SAN FRANGISCO AGENGY } 62 ' SSi^fnSSS&S 1 st TelerhoE- 6177. -A.. __•_....

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. — 1 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL ji... a lareer fit-filiation than any other ..paper published In San Francisco. rrw.i CATION OFFICE: e-5 -„.•;,.„:( street, near clay, open tint!! 11 O'clock r. St. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market street. near K-_n_.ope_ until 12 o'clock midnight; SES Hayes street, pen until 9:30 o'clock: 601 ijjrtin net, open until 9:30 Clock, and 251-1 Wiiiion sued, open until 9 o'clock P. J_ SI Itll'TlON I.ATI.S: JPAII.T C.M.I. (Including Sundays), to per year by -Ball, postpaid: 16 cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL.five rcpies three months. 5/6 -.".. SUNDAY CALL (twelve rages). (1 BO per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL _, .1 WEEKLY CALL 42 50 per year, postpaid. V lil- 1. \ CALL (eight rages), $1 25 per year, post __id. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), 1.10. BrECIAL NOTICE FOB TUE SIMMEP. MONTHS. -..-!. ers who Intend going to the country dur- Ii g the summer months can have THE DAILY CALL mailed to them for a -celt or longer at regular sub ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
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