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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 1 September 1890

: I.l'sinfss cnANCF.s. -.-.''■/"■ I -i ,i. YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR BUSINESS OB XJ do ..u want a partner in any established and fair-paying business, no matter what Hue? I have - over 100 parties waiting to Invest, either as a half or a whole, lv store business, hotels, restaurants, liver, stables, manufacturing, milk or paper routes, liquor business, cigar-stores, wood and coal yards, bay and feed business, butcher-shops, coffee -saloons, teaming or express business, commission business, oi any other respectable line; my parties have the money; come and see me at once; established 22 years; all business strictly private. K. KENNY, 2*2 Kearny st. It Q 1.1.0 PARTNER WANTED TO ASSIST GEN- . UUU. erally in a Brat-class cash business In this i lty; established 10 years, and owner will guarantee and prove thai lt Is clearing at least $250 per month ever and above alt expenses; be will only accept a steady, sober man, and takes a partner because he lias found hired help so uurel able; has a ...

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. — 1 September 1890

6 EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Doings at the Resorts Toward the Opening of the Aututuu Season. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wedding of Miss Augusta Lowell and Mr. Garthwaite— Entertainments of the C. L. A. S.— Porter Party — Lyceum Entertainment. Ivester - Kindgrew Wedding. Parties to Take Place. Before the dazzling light of the approaching Stale birthday celebration social mailers have appealed dull, although much of Interest has taken place of late and more walls In prospect. Some notable weddings aie promised which, 10 --gether the festivities at a leading lesoit and much home entertainment of fete-attracted visitors from the country will combine to make the month vow opening one of mure than or dinary interest. Mis. Marriner -Campbell and artist friends will give a special concert at Niles on th- eveu iu* of Friday, the -Hill prox. The usual pleasant hop was given at Monterey on Saturday evening. Among I lie dancers were: Miss Jeiiui- Sanderson, Silts Hope Ellis, Miss Cora Caduc, Mi...

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. — 1 September 1890

ATHLETIC SPORTS. Attractive Programme of tlie Olympic Club. Xhe Fighters ani Oarsmen of Amtrali.. Cricket at Alameda— Shooting at live Pigeons and Targets. The gymnasts of the Olympic Club who will rear at the grand exhibition which will be given at the Grand Opera House next Wednesday evening have been prac ticing for weeks past, and Leader Hammer smith says that he could not wish f.r a bet ter drilled body cf athletes, Professor Smyth has been untiring in his efforts to ring the young members up to a standard tf Hence which be is proud to state they have attained. The programme isa lengthy one, and the large numbers of ladies and gentlemen who will witness the exhibition may look forward to a very pleasant even lug's entertainment. The following is the programme: Intro ductory address by -.'resident It. I*. Ham mond Jr. "."_. Pyramid ladder groupings by George A. Hail, Arthur Kelter, J. B. Co*-, U. Belau, 1). .1. Barnet, I'hi ip Boiil.-, J. T. Schuster, W. F. Biasaul and E. A. Kol...

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. — 1 September 1890

8 THE COLONELS WIN ANOTHER. The Senators Defeated in an Interesting Match. CNeil's Wild Throwing Almost Loses the Game. Both Cubs Fat Up a Fine Game— Finn's Crip ples Defeat the Stocktons— Amateurs and Their Score. Theattendance at yesterday's game clearly demons! rated the fact that tho people of San Francisco like to witness a good game of base-ball. Over 3000 people witnessed the defeat of the Senators at the hands of the Colonels at Haigbt-treet grounds in the afternoon. Cobb and Lohman were the battery for the Colonels, while Hoffman and Meliale acted for the Senators. Both pitchers did gilt-edged work for their sides, ami received the best of support from their catchers. The three-base hits of Lohman and Dooley ate worthy of special mention. In the seventh inning Roberts set the ball a-rol!iug by driving a grounder to Tip O'Xeil, who stopped it and made a wild throw to Dncley. Creamer then struck to Tip, when he made another wild play, al lowing him to make first and Roberta s...

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. — 2 September 1890

'•7! ■'.'.'.'' i *_-_--"*"•"♦-•"♦-_-*_-_-•-_•-"_-_-_*--,*__"_-_-_-_-_-_-_- !'-*"' .I'— ji — - — — — ..- — .— — — — — —-•.-...-._ — . — -—. i-- -; I ~J± TRUST! "1 X THE PEOPLE HAVE FORMED A WANT AD TRUST X " -•* AND HAVE MADE THE CALL THEIR MEDIUM ! •> V! PI-OOF : V TOTAL WANT ADS JOB AUGUST 3 1,463 ',*'. ,♦. DAILY AVERAGE FOR AUGUST 1015 .**• ]__■_, The Only Want l^ecti-tm I ' JUL **•"•"*-" -*---**.* -----*.*.♦_"_-_•_•_•.♦_•.•_"_•.♦.*'.*'.-•.''.•" @ - VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 94. ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION. Narrow Escape of United States . Minister Mizner. Shot At by the Daughter of the Late General Barrnndia. The Bullet Buried la the Leaves of a Law Volume— Letter of Protest to President Harrison. Special Dispatches to The Morsiso Call. N_c*w VoiiK, Sept. 2.— A Herald Guate mala dispatch says: A daughter of General llarruudia, who was shot dead In the cabin of the Acapulco at San Jose de Guatemala last week, attempted to shoot United States Minister Mizner to-day. Mr. Mizner was at his de...

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. — 2 September 1890

2 SEVEN THOUSAND . TOILERS IN LINE. The Largest Labor Demon stration Ever Witnessed on This Coast. 15 DKIOS IHEBE IS STRENGTH. Wage- Workers Show the World What They Can Do. BAXXERS, FLAGS AM) FLOATS. The Applauding Public Pleased and Surprised. It Takes the Procession an Hour and a Quarter to Pass a Given Point— Entertainment at Woodward's Gar-lens. Bone .m.i smew were triumphant in this city yesterday. None who witnessed the magnificent demonstration will ever again question the strength and earnestness of organised labor. It was a day if peace. There was no clash of arms, no smoke of battle, no mad strife between angry forces. Vet it may be that the victories of Waterloo and Appo mattox were not more significant and de cisive. . There nave been labor demonstrations of every description for centuries. The resi dents of this city have witnessed a great many in the hist five years: but it is safe -to say that there never was a labor movement of any character, here or else where, tha...

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. — 2 September 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Monthly Entertainment of tlie Lyceum of Simpson JI. E. Churcli. THE DARE BIRTHDAY PARTY. Anniversary of Social Council— The Nabobs' Sail— Alcatraz Lodge Entertainment— Party en Four teenth Street— Liberty Corps Surprise— To-Day's Doings and Out-of-Town Notes. The Ladles' Aid societies or the M. E. Church of Shu Francisco have issued Invitations for a reception to be given to Bishop and Mrs. C. H. l'ow ler at the episcopal residence on the south west corner of Buchanan and Oak streets this afternoon and evening. On last Tuesday eve Ling Miss Nellie K. Dare was tendered a parly by her parents,' Mr. and Mis. John T. Dare, at their residue-. 2120 Bowardslreet.lt being tbe eighteenth anniver sary cf her Mull. About Uiiity-flve of l.er young fi lends assembled to wish her "many happy re- Imusol the a..." The evening was spent in dancing, singing and recitations, alter which a bounteous repast was pai takeu of in a large room downstairs, wlilcb was decorated fur...

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. — 2 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL tie* a larger cirriilntlon tlian «nr other new weaver nl»li>l*..<l I" Sam Francisco. nrB*CI«A**IO*N OFFICE: S"5 i-ontcoiuery street, near Clay, open until 11 trace* rv. BRANCH OKFICES: 710 Market Urn I near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; ___. Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock; 603 Larkln atreet, open until 8:30 -'lock, and 251-1 lUasion street, open until 9 o'clock i*. ». ■ si nStI.II'TIOS kates: rAH v call (Including Sundays), $« per year by postpaid: IS cents per week, or 65 cents nor calendar month throucti carriers. HAILY CALL, Are copies three months, 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve -pages), Sl 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL aid WEEKLY CALL fl 50 per year, postpaid. TiLI-KLY CALL (eight pages), *1 25 per year, post lanl. Clubs ot ten ist-nt to one address), $10. BITCI.VI. KOTICE FOR TIIE SUMMER P MONTHS. Sol lbers who Intend going to the country dnr b * the uramer months can Have lilt: DAILY call n-ili to them for a week or longer at regular su...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 September 1890

BUSINESS CHANCES. ffl*o O f. PARTNER WANTED AT ONCE; FIRST. , _____, U. class coffee saloon and restaurant; owner Is Hrst-class cook; wants good man for the dining- room and cash counter: splendid place, handsomely fitted up: doing large trade; is right In business center of city; never such a bargain; la well worth #400: must - 11; needs help; don't miss this. See GEORGE STEWART. 135 Kearny St. . it at*)r\fl commission BUSINESS-PARTNER . P*-O\J. wanted with wide-awake, rising young business man of good standing and reputation: has a tirst-ciass trade, clearing $150 per mouth an d rap- Idly growing: which absolutely requires more as- - slstance; pilfers partner to hired help: good man wanted more than money; can give best of refer- ence; si exceeding.] good business that will bear a close investigation. GEO. STEWART, 135 Kearny ttreet. It wl inn COMMERCIAL, EXPRESS AND t-i-I'iUU. transfer business; partner wanted to keep the books, receiving, shipping and de- livering general mercha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 September 1890

6 JTERSOXAI.S. OISTiIfAI/nIYrWEALTHV AKD FKK {' : l !?, E dis Uled water ice: It 7 purity secures your health &£■'■-%. wealth, with good health, and ludei,.:i'l" „ c rront a trust makes you freemen, lt "FOR RENT FOR THE DAY AND EVEN INO OF r tie Native Sons' celebration, '-' fine windows! Martet si' best location. Apply to 884 Howard street se ~ '' ■ II ARD CASH BUYS THEM-17 LBS BEST DRY H Granulated Sugar. *1: 21 tbs light Brown Sugar *l: beat Point Reyes fresh Butter 50c a roll -good table Butter. Hoc and 35c a roll Mission Ems a dozen: fresh ranch eggs, « a dozen; best Eastern Sugar Cured Hams. 15e V lb; choice Eastern sugar Cured Hams. l'-'*_c $ & : Chicago «__ar cured picnic Hams. He _) tt: best Burbanl* Potatoes, 1 lie by the sack; 10 lame harshest laundry soap. 81: 18-ttbox laundry starch, bOe; best gblden-drlps Syrup, *1 25 per keg; 5-gallon ran Starlight Coal oil, *1 10: 0-gallon can good oil "0. ■ 50 fresh Soda Crackers. 10c; 13 cans Sardines in oil, $1: 13 cans fr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 September 1890

LOCAL POLITICS. Resolutions in Favor of Efficient Schools. Th. Sepubiicans Will Endeavor to Secure Equal Representation at ill. Polls. * Lively Registration. The Executive Committee of the Regular I Republican County Committee held its usual Monday meeting last evening in its rooms at the corner of Stockton and Ellis streets. The Chairman announced that the work of appointing a committee of five from each Assembly District for the purpose of selecting delegates to the various conven tions was still unfinished, nnd he was granted further time to complete the list. A. Martin read the following resolutions which were unanimously adopted Uiitiats. li. foundation and support of all Ceveiiiineuts lie in the education of lis people, and i tit. best aud surest means of obtaining that education is through onr common -school system as organized in litis Stare, and it is our duty as well as lhat ol every cuizeu to tester and care for our schools, tlieietoie we deprecate the course pursued by t...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 September 1890

8 REDUCED TO ASHES. Seven Buildings Burned to the Ground in Fresno. Over Forty Thousand Dollars' Worth of Property Destroyed. Six Persons Drowned by tbe Capsizing of a Yacht — Particulars of tbe . West Point Tragedy. Special Dispatches to Tirr HoJßHJttra Call. Fr.F.sxo, Sept. i.— A fire started late this evening in the Mechanics rianing-mill on Front street, and within half an hour seven buildings, all irame, were burned to the ground. The buildings destroyed were Granger's machine-shop, loss $3000, insurance $1200 ; Graff & Co.'s gro cery, loss $4500, insured for $2500 ; Azago's bakery, loss $1500, partly insured; R. B. Johnson's ßagricultural works, loss 820,000 including the Scandi navian Hotel, and a one-story building, insured for $9000; the loss of the Scandina vian Hotel and the one-story dwelling falls on Mrs. Carrie Copp, lessee, whoso loss is (3000. insured forsl3 0. Mathason & Sov ereign's patent shop, loss $100*1, partly in sured; Joe Yam-it'!;, saloon, loss $120...

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. — 3 September 1890

: Jk. TRUST! "| >. TllK PEOPLE HAVE FORMED A WANT All TRUST '■'. I AM> HAVE MAIiK THE CAM THEIR JIKDII M ! <_*. '.' PROOF : V '•' TOTAL WANT ADS FOR AUGUST." 3 1 463 '*' g, DAILY AVERAGE FOR AUGUST 1 0 1 5 '.-', M __ The Only "Want Medium I •!• |E3' -•-•-•-•- - , " < - -*-*I , X , »*'!«r«'«'»*»'«'»'»*»7>"«>S7-'«* 1 fa VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 95. MIZNER'S DANGER. AdVised by His Friends to Leave Guatemala. Bam-ndia's Followers Openly Threaten to Kill Him on Sight The Legation Constantly Guarded The. Labor Situation in Australia. Employers Organize. Special Dispatches to TnK Mousing Call. New York, Sept. 2. — A Guatemala special to the Herald says: Minister Slizn-rs' friends are urging him to abandon the city if be would save his life. The followers of General Barrundia threaten to kill hi in ou sight. Incensed by his or der to Captain Pitts to surrender their chief, tin held bim responsible for the subsequent tragedy on board the Acapulco. Up to the present Mizner shows no...

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. — 3 September 1890

2 MORROW DECLINES. He Positively Refuses to Accept a I.eiioiiiiiiation. CoJOJecture as to Who Will Take His Place. Buckley atsd Anti-Buckley Men In dulge in Abuse of Each Other. T It is now an assured fact that Mr. Morrow will not be a candidate for re-election to Con gress fiom the Fourth District. His declina tion is in the hands of Reuben H. Lloyd and is couched in do uncertain terms, lie has also telegraphed his law partner, Frederick S. Suatton, as follows: Pleai-e see Mr. Lloyd and have my declination published. I Have no nit niton of accepting the nomination, and my post-ion should not remain in doubt. 1 had supposed that this was tally un aeisti and it should be made public In some suitable manner. XV. XX, HOJBBOW. Whatever lingering doubt may have re mained in the minds of the Republicans of his district is now dispelled and ail lhat re mains for them lodo is to look ah iut for an other candidate. This they hive already proceeded to do. but so far as can be learned no one h...

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. — 3 September 1890

___ MISCELLANEOUS. 1 A SUIT OF CLOTHES 1 fi £ " I Worth from $15 to $18 of Any One's Money, for J I i I M 1 mmm I $15 Suits Are Being Sold at ! SUITS I I '" OF "" -<•_»_-. i-sh x*e*>. I i i^B¥% £tm BF^ $hiPq Wflii' n H FV-TY t*' I SELECT %' ' ™ . ; And Many Worth I 1 FROM At RAPHAEL'S. 53.0 1 I We want to see things a-goin' a-hummin', so you m I bring us $8 50 and we'll give you a Suit worth, every m 1 penny cf $15. You kin see "em" in our windows. || i 1 FOR INSTALLMENT No. 5, DUE IN A FEW DAYS. WE HAVE TO RAISE TIE MONEY! Our Mil ii Fiiisii Gut. •*■—■■ «________) Will Be Sacrificed at Any Price! • TO OBTAIN* IT? OTJICKLY. W.F.O'BANION, 712 and 714 Market Street. SEA AND SHORE. Terrible Exjierience of a Steamer Off Hie Bermudas. Fcnndericg of th. British Steamer Fortcente. Latest News of the Ship Are: mene-Light Arrivals. From a dispatch received yesterday from Hamilton, Bermuda, it is learned that the iiriii-Ii steamer Orinoco, from New York, arrived there yesterday morning ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Har m lar_.cr circulation than any other "c". seal.. , mild i»fe.l in Sail lianc.sco. PTBI-ICATIOTi OFFICE: .„, ttontgumery street, neat Clay, open imtu 11 „,*rv MUKCH OFFICES: 710 Market sir. tl near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; *■'• il:.-,i*- street, open until B-.30 o'clock: 803 iiikin street, open until »:30 o'lock, and 2818 Mission street, oj an until 3 o'clock p. m. PSI ltsrilll'TlOX RATES: rAU.Y nil (inclmtlng Sundays), $6 per year liy li-.all, postpaid! 15 cents per ■» i ■' '-. or 65 rents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL.live ctriesihree mouths. $6 26. SUNDAY M.I. (twelve rapes). si 60 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL and WEEKLY i. ALL f.2 50 per year, postpaid. W EEKLY CALL (eight pages), »i 25 per year, post- Said. Clubs ot ten (sent to one address), $10. = BFECIAX "NOTICE FOB THE SUMMER MONTHS. Fni . rrihcrs who int.nii going to the country dur ft-p the summer months run have THE daily CALL mailed to them fora week or longer at...

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. — 3 September 1890

ItrsiNF.ss CHANCES. CSOfinn SALOON MEN,' ATT EN I 1O N- • —VO'i'- Grand chance to purchase business clearing $200 per mouth, which can be doubled; best location in the city, being near Market and Sixth sts.; lease of 3 years; brewery will advance part of pin-chase price II desired; sure fortune for r.-bt puny. Apply W. F. HEALY, 1004 Market. It* <;v7'T CORNER FRUIT-STORE, WESTERN •~iJ I O. Addition; doing business $30 day: horse ami wagon. Apply W. V. HEALY, 1004 Market. It* liwtnfl HOTEL AND BAR; BEST LOCA- jTj OOViVi. Hon in the city; 60 rooms elegantly furnished; good horse and wagon: established over 25 yean; clearing from 6400 to 6600 per month: bisgest bargain ever offered; owner senilis account retiring tr. in business. M LESS, 995 Market St. 1* scl 1 III) COAL AND WOOD YARD AND HAY iflluVf, ami grain; 1 horse, 2 wagons; estab- lished over IE year-; stable with 5 stalls: living bouse; . i heap rent; long lease. M. LESS A- Co., 905 Market St. It* ()(;() SALOON AND LUNCH-HOU...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 September 1890

6 j;„: HOI -i TO IKTV^ 17uiT7.\vv. . ? yTkN--S SUNNY ROOMS: . WITH i* stable and atalHfor fl horses: cheap rent b-0 Seventh M. Appi) 921 Mission St. se.i tf ACIAIS4O7 CLAY ST., NR. WEBSTI R: HOUSE COY. 6f 7 rooms and baih: all modern Improje- men!-: le-r.-i-siitmsjard and cellar. seg 4t ■ riOTTAGE „, 4 ROOMS. 1219 FLORIDA ST.. near Twenty roarili^ Jl sTpFCIAL ATTENTION 1- CALLED TO J 1 LAT 0 hutis'e sw. cor. Ellis and Hyde sis.: convenient to , ... Hall and business center; Mi. Ml -YV AL- TON. Sansome st._ .-. . ■ sell 2t* x owi^K FLOOR. 1 ROOMS. APPLY 1706% EAR li kin St. pl '- ■"* Ton VALLEY. NEAR iY-1.i.1111l AND I£V Tenement of four rooms. -. -' ■»» is tl LET-NEARLY NEW 5-ROOM HOI si:. ONLY 1 $ blocks from Palace Hotel: line v ew ; healthy: rent 918: also house of B room same location, rent 930. call 530 Second Sl. v 2 ill* lOWER FLOOR: 5 ROOMS; RENT 918. Sl2 Xi Jessie st.. near Ninth. Beg St* ft! ifl BUCHANAN HOUSE OF 5 ROOMS; RENT VVV $18. •_ seg If HtTt'SE OF 6 ROOMS AND CELL...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 September 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. A Pleasant Reception by Some Children of the Kin dergarten. THE TAYIOR-EAGLESON WEDDING A Reception Given by Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Last Evening— Marriage of Rev. 0. C. Miller and Miss McMurray — Two Enjoyable Pic nics—Notable Hall Parties-In teresting Notes. . Tlie Lorlng Club will give Its first concert ol the season mis evening. A muslcale was given last Friday night at the home in Los Anseles of Mr. and Mrs. Ilciny T. Lea, In honor of Professor David W. Luring of tbis city, the well-known and beloved leader of the Luring Club. Empire Lodge, K. and 1., or 11.. will give a parly tins evening at St. George's Ball. Mr. Ernest Graves, Mrs. Frank MeCoppin and Mr. mid Mrs. C. W.Dana enjoyed a picnic and barbecue at Van Ness Canyon, near San Luis Obispo, last Friday. The Edwin Forrest Dramatic Club will produce "Ten Nights In a Bar-room," at Mission Tutu Vereiu Hall this evening. Mr. aud Mrs. John T. Doyle are having addi tions made to tbelr handsome residence ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 September 1890

8 AWOKE TO DIE. Cold-Blooded Murder on a Rancli Near Clayton. Tragic Sequel to a Dispute Oyer a Thrash ing Account. Purchase of Land for a Southern Pacific Railroad Station at Stockton. Harysville Races. -P«ct_l Dispatches to The Morning Call. Concord, Sept. 2.— A cold-blooded mur der was committed vest trday on the Condie ranch, near Clayton, Contra Costa County. Three men, M irtii dale, Ruk and Ferguson, had a quarrel in the morning over a thrash ing account, but apparently settled it amica bly. Late in the afternoon, however, Martinlale armed himself with a double barreled shotgun and went to the house where Burk was. He found him asleep in a chair, cursed him, and as he awoke fired one barrel into his face, blowing out his brains. The murderer remarked that he had one load left for Ferguson, and started out presum ably in search of the latter. A bystander who heard the remark ran to warn Ferguson, but before be could do so Martindale saw him and fired, fortunately missing him. l...

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