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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 September 1890

(*__!"_.•_ __*_—_-•___•- *- _*!*-.*'-"•_*_*_. _ •___*■** "•"•*•"♦" •*♦" l »' pn p p i TUE CALL wIU advert!se ro ° ms free fc PH P P ' nnUl the . 10tl *> nnae r special heading IgJ 1 llUi-I I CALL will advertise rooms free '•*■ HN P P ' nlltil t,le *"*• nn(ler special heading V A ILJJJJ • "Rooms for Admission Day." To V . avoid mistakes no rooms registered with the Com- iX mittee will be advertised. !_.; " - .-_*. .*-•_ I*. ■•-•"•"•. _ _ _ _ ___.__*_ _ _ __ *.*"•" VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 96. MANY LIVES LOST. The Austrian Floods Assuming Vast Proportions. Villages Inundated and Great Distress Among the Inhabitants. ■ Brighter Prospects for the Readmission of American Pork Into Germany. Crispi's Project. § Special Dispatches to TnE Morning Call. Vienna, Sept. 3.— The Moldcnu River has flooded a portion of Prague and done much damage to the country between Bochmer and Mold. Many villages in the Danube Va ley are partially submerged. At Prague the wildest excitement prevails. Great dating, ...

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. — 4 September 1890

2 IN GALA ATTIRE. TVoil_ of " Decorating "tlie City Goes Merrily On. 4 market-Street Arch Criticized by the Public It Is Dubbed "A Nightmare "—Direc tions for the Regatta. That the principal event of the year is nearly upon us is evidenced by the hasty decorating going on on all sides. The streets through which the parade ' will pass are being spanned every forty or fifty feet by ropes with pendant flags and streamers. The only effect of this part of the decora tions is to bring before the eye more of the brilliant colors than are seen on the other streets: but there is no taste displayed in hanging the firgs, and the attempt to carry out a system in dec. rating block niter - block fails In its purpose if it were ever meant that the dee orations should be a source of inspiration. Colors may form a harmony, as sounds a chord, by their proper arrangement; but so loug as the decorator is incapable of ap . preciating the vibrations of color, be is on a par with the would-be musician who...

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. — 4 September 1890

ALL KINDS OF SPORT. Jacoby's Present to the Berlin *__•__» War Department. Easttrn Wrestlers Coming to Saa Francisco. Jack Demp3ey's Future Plans— English Sprinter. Phllo Jacoby. was seen yesterday at his residence. His room is lit.rred with the various prizes he won while contesting in Germany and Switzerland in the rifle tour naments. The California bear flag which Jacoby and his partner Ut-chig carried through the principal cities of Germany is of very handsome design. Instead of the forty-two stars appear a golden bear stamped in the center of the blue square, over which tbe word "California" appears in bold relief surrounded by. thirteen stars. The flag Is 4 by 2% feet. In ISOaS, while Jacoby was visiting Berlin, the War Department of Prussia presented him with a needle-gun and 200 cartridges. He used the rifle in the great July shooting festival of the United States Sharpshoot " ers' Association at Jones' Wood, New York, with very flattering results. A COMPLIMENT 1:1. .TUN I.U...

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

4 THE MORNING CALL Fas » larger circulation than any other newspaper ynlallnlac.l In San Francisco. Ft* 11LICATION OFFICE: B"5 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 owoct r m. BBANCH OFFICES: 710 .Market atr.et mar Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; BSS Hayes street, open until 8:30 o'clock: 603 Tallin street, open until 8:30 o'lock, aud 2518 mission street, open until 9 o'clock p. **. PI15SC1:IFTI«)N HATES: rAIt.V CALL (Including Sundays), $11 per year lay trail. postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per a :, !( mini' month through carriers. DAILY CALL, five ccpies i_u.emont__s.fO 25. stn bay CALL (twelve pages). Sl 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL aid WEEKLY CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. WEEKLY CALL (eight puses), il 25 per year, post paid. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), $10. SrECIAI. NOTICE FOX TIIE SU.VIjIEK t MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend going to the country dnr lrg the summer months can have Til E DAILY CALL mailed to them for a week or longer at regula...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 September 1890

BUSINESS CHANCES. DO YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR BUSINESS OR do you want a partner lv any established and fair-paying business, no matter what line? 1 have over 100 parties walling to invest, either as a hair or a whole, in store business, hotels, restaurants, livery staples, manufacturing, milk or paper routes, liquor business, cigar-stores, wood and coal yards, bay and reed business, butcher-shops, coffee-saloons, teaming or express bnslness, commission business, or any other respectable line; my parlies have the money; .me and see me at once; established 22 years; all business strictly private. K. KENNY, 22 Koaruy st. It © ".Anil FIRST-CLASS HOTEL FOR SALE; ... OXJXJXJ. a great bargain; located In one or our most thriving towns In the interior of the State; is at the terminus of one or principal railroads; this huuse is positively clearing $200 per month; lot 150x150; fine bouse of 30 rooms; Hue bar-room, etc., and all other Improvements; shrubbery, fruit trees: flne furniture througho...

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. — 4 September 1890

6 PIANOS. VIOLAS A2£i__lSSl-i?2i^ tt^^j___-^_g^ a UPRIGHT PIANO, CONOVER A ProV makers, sold for less than half Its cosL -v.- i- _dg ik -.'dear, nt tor Ballet « Davis Co.'s . &«&. 725 Market St., History luilld- ing, £.r> 1.1.'" floor. _ . ' a vike PIANO- SHOWS NO USE; 7.; i OCTAVE; A pr'l.e $20-: Decker Bros., makers. W.OBAI*- GER. 725 Market st. _____ I VERY LATE NUMBER. STEINWAY * SONS' A piano: 71 octave: very little unci ; price $250. _ G. BADGER; 725 Market at. ______ •* FINE UPRIGHT PlANO. woulii^liT II AL- A lovci. A Co., maters; price $100. W. O. BAD- CER, 7.5 Jlarket st. .-_'___ . LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND aSEC- A ond-hand pianos in splendid _'<■'■ many .of them for less than half their cost. Vt. G. BADGER, 725 Market St. -_______— —- ' — A N ELEGANT STEINWAY SQUARE PIANO. A rood as new. for sale. Apply at the stop- ige-rooni, of J. M. PIERCE. 735 Market St. -'■' i I PIANO FOR SALE (BRADBURY). $125. CALL alter 5 r. _„ DELAMATER, 1-17' _ lr.i.i- way. __ c - ...

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. — 4 September 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Two Notable -Reception:*, by Methodist Episcopal Churches. — 9 DEL VALLE-CAYSTILO WEDDING. The l-iller-IYlcMurry Wedding-- A Long and Varied Driving Excur sion — The Lachman Farewell Party —An Oakland Wedding. The Henrietta Lodge Social. A Dramatic Production- Notes. Minerva Tailor, Native Daughters of the Golden West, gave an enjoyable entertainment ana social on Tuesday evening at Mission Music Hall. Tins parlor lias grown consider ably of late, and Is working enthusiastically lor the good ot the order. Its members will take a _ prominent rait in tbe coming celebration. A lew ft lends were the guests or Mr. and Mrs. Charles U. Alexander on Monday evening. A visit to tlie circus and a supper party were the tetanies of the pleasant entertainment. A testimonial concert lv honor uf Signiiiiid Beel Is announced for Friday evenlug, September IStb, at Irving Hall, lie will be assisted by prominent artists. An Interesting ceremony at the Hotel Pleasan ton on Su...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 September 1890

8 AN OPEN SWITCH. Occident to an Atlantic and Pa cific Passenger Train. Ilie Engineer Instantly Killed and the Cars Badly Wrecked. Celebration of the Completion of a Lumber- Flume— The Proposed Pacific Coast Gun Plant. Special Dispatches to The Mobsixs C..__. Ai._rt.i-i. QUE, Sept. a— The Atlantic and Pacific passenger train 2 ran into an open switch in the yard here. Engineer Fred Kaufman attempted to jump on to a flat-car, missed his footing, fell under the engine-tender and was Instantly killed. There were no other casualties, although the cars were badly wrecked. Victoria Items. Victoria (B. C), Sept. Devotional exrrcises formed the first topic of discussion at the Baptist Convection of Washington ard Driiish Columbia at the opening here last evening. The session will consume the remainder of the week. A complaint has been filed with the Customs Department that several . Inland lake and river steamers are running without first procuring registration. The matter is being investig...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 September 1890

fi___^^^__^___-_^^^^_____^s_!j^-!-------l jE-1 • Tin PJI ! TIIE CALL will advertise rooms free v ' vnH H ' ' until the lOih, under special heading _. || 1 J_-._-J.Li ■ "Rooms for Admission Day. - ' To V ■ avoid mistakes no rooms registered with the Com- v .1 mittee will be advertised. '.-'. { '• _•__.•■___•_ --_.__•»!-_«"•''_♦"•'"*•*•"'__ B___l VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 97. SALONICA IN RUINS. The Ancient Turkish City Fired by Incendiaries. ■ Structures That Have Stood for Centuries Swept Away. Twelve Thousand Buildings, Including £11 the Consulates, Destroyed—Descrip tion of the Place. ————— Special Dispatches to The Jlobxl-O Call. Salonica, Sept. 4.— Fires broke out al most simultaneously in four different parts of town to-day, and did a large amount of damage. The Greek and Jewish quarters were devastated. The fires were set by in cendiaries. The Government at Athens will send two war-ships to this port to pro tect Greek subjects. All the consulates, the cathedral and most rf the public b...

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

2 NEA RING THE DAY. All Details Under Control of Master Directors. -.creasing Enthusiasm Ov.r the Celebration of Admission Day-Beady for the First Whop. A letter from Eden rarlor, Haywards, announces that there will be from 500 to 600 from that hamlet attending the celebration. Among those who have arrived from the north on the Humboldt to make arrange lnents for their parlors are Charles A. Mor row, Kobert Johnston and 11. C. Blum. General Chairman Chamberlain requests that all interior parlors having natters in this city during the celebration immedi ately notify him of Hie location of the same. "Bay City Parlor, No. 104, initiated about twenty-one new members Wednesday night, They have made arrangements lor a mili tary band for the parade. Its bear has been caged preparatory to being taken iuto the parade. The members of General Vi inn Par.or will come down with the rest of the Contra Costa parlors on Monday morning. They will wear cowboy hats and white cotton gloves, and will ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 September 1890

. ~s-~~---s--a~--H£SH^____ EOUS • - - '. " . : -.;^."..- : - -IIT ATI ncDMno s ill ALLULrLI.IiOJ I BLESS YOU, ■ I I IT ALL DEPENDS! I _■■'' So_ie people li.itc .in idea tliat tliey can't get nnythins; decent unless rj a thoy pay an extra.. price far it. THAT DEPENDS upon whicli E I bouse you go into to lll'V lOUB ('LOT HIM.'. Now, it you come to us, I. „ the money-savers of the people of Sail Francisco, we'll give the best pro- I* | curable in the clnl]iin_r world and save you from lire to seven dollars ou 1 any __UIT OU OVLUCOAT. '. j Jio.st 3>To"W" 1 \ We're haTiiiff a bis run on PRINCE ALBERT COATS AM) TESTS, the I ■ ! popular dress garment of the present day. He are selling some pretty f, j ones - : ;--. . ■ . v - H I FOR $10.00. M j SOME SPLENDID ONES \ I FOR $15.00, I - | AND THE GRANDEST ONES THAT THE TAILORS' SET CAS PRODUCE j I .A.T $20,00. f. | HUNDREDS OK .MCE PANTIES TO GO WITH THEM, STACKS OP H I ENTIRELY NE .V PATTERNS, iv loud, neat and quiet effects. I I THiS IS B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Tin* n lar K er illation than any other newspaper iinhlishe.l In Sun Fraucisco. Ftfß-s-CATIOn office: li**. Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o . to* -• «- BRANCH OFFICES. 710 Market Street near Kearny. open until 12 o'clock midnight; ...„ Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock; 603 iirkln sTreet, open tn.tll 9:30 o'lock, aud 2518 Mis.:in street open until 9 o'clock p. -. ________________________—■ si i:i ition KATES: rAH v call (Inclndlng Sundays), $6 per year by matlapostpaia; 16 cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar bm "il. through carriers. DAILY CALL, five tt pies 1 •-.. months. $6 '.':.. SUNDAY CALL (twelve pages), - i 50 ler year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL aid WEEKLY CALL »■_ SO per year, postpaid. WEEKLY CALL (eight pages), $1 25 per year, post paid. Clubs of ten (sent to one address). $10. SFW NOTICE FOR Till. SC3f___B - MONTHS. — it- tben who Intend going to the country dur li b the sain— ier months can have THIS DAILY CALL. mailed to tbem for a ...

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

BUSINESS CHANCES, C! - -ftft HOTEL AND BAR; BEST LOCA- «s.)tJUU. tion In the city: 60 rooms elegantly furnished; good horse and wagon; established over 25 years; clearing from $400 to $600 per month- biggest bargain ever offered: owner selling account retiring from business. M. LESS, 995 Market at 1* Win- ,11 SALOON am) LUNCH-HOUSE IN Oi UVU. heart of city; doing business from $1000 ro $1100 per month; best Inducement In the city. M LESS A CO., 995 Siark.-t St. ■ It* •ft', ftft COUNTRY HOTEL: 40 BOOMS; «. —XJVJXJ. nicely furnished; near city; doing large business; clearing $250 to $300 per month: sickness cause selling. SI. LESS* CO., 995 Slarket street ■--.... It* '.11.... SALOON WITH 11 FURNISHED yjx xxjxj. rooms In good location. M. LESS A- CO.. -.or. Slarket st. It* _R1 7 . MILK DEPOT; SELLING 15 CANS OF V X I tJ. milk per day: selling on account or slcl_- ness. SI. LESS A CO.. 995 Slarket st. It* Q7fir. SALOON, AVITH 9 LIVING Rot iNls" V'Oo. between factories: doing large busl-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 September 1890

6 IDE SHADOW OF A BOI'BT, _. __ l _H. pretty. dear engagement riiiT! ■__/__. Your presence fills my soul with Joy, fobla The perfect happiness you bring l%#. 1 is use yourself without alloy. "~ _ _„,_,, .■.-' at poor Tom will say . * .""find mat D.-_ Ml Pit lilm out. «_.i I could not wait tor eye, Besides he seems so full of doubt. How prond I'll be to wear the prise and show the world I'm Dick's alone. I'll hold It up before men's eyes To prove I'm all his honest own. Fnt Tom, so manly, proud and tall. I'm sorry he cannot propose. Ah ' there he comes to make a call, I'll hide my ring until he goes. —Chicago Post. CART WRIGHT'S TWINS. BY MRS. SI. A. KIDDER. It was a low, rambling, shed of a liouse, made, It is tiue, to look picturesque by ibe wealth of green viucs and Japanese climbing roses lhat completely covered the low eaves and even crept across the roof and peeped over on the oilier side. The flowers and vines were twined and in. term mcd till the collage 1 joked like a Moral ...

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. — 5 September 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. A Number of Interesting Wed dings Reported From the Interior. THE THOMPSON TEA AT SERENA. Surprise Party on Eighteenth Street. Two Socials by the Knights and Ladies of Honor— Party on Polk Street— Entertainment at Temes cal—Mizpah Lodge Party—Per sonal Notes. The Beulali Club will give an entertainment and dance at Mrs-Inn Music Hall nil's evening. 'l he Alumni Association of California Amateur Journallsls, which meets la reunion to-day, will have a banquet In this cily in lire evening. Alcazar Council, O. C. P., will give a social tins eveuing in tin- Alcazar Building. "A number ul friends were pleasantly enter tained at luncheon recent); ou board the Inde pendence by Captain Byron Wilson, I. 8. N. The guests cow pi ised: Captain and Mrs. John Crittenden YY'aison, Mrs. Nelson, Chief Engineer .'..;!. Buttei ""ill., Lieuteuant-Commander i bn 1". Hunker, Lieutenant and Mrs. 11. Beliler ami Lieutenant and .Mrs. Perkins. The Yemeni (V. S. C.) will give an ent...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 September 1890

8 SIXTH DISTRICT. W. W. Bowers of San Diego Nominated for Congress. Unsatisfactory Glove Contest Between • Kehoe and McConnacL _ Six Thousand-Dollar Fire at Brentwood. Wheat Awaiting Transportation at Tulare. Special Dispatches to The Mo»_ isa <___. Vest. ra. Sept 4— soon as the Sixth Congressional Convention was called to or der the roll of delegates was revised, the Chairmen of the different delegations giving in the changes in the proxies to the Secre tary of the convention. Immediately after this was completed balloting began. The first ballot brought out 00 for Bowers, 49 for Rowell and 49 for Lindley. Tlie second ballot was called and the result was that Bowers gained 1 and Rowell 1. A change was made of 1 from Lindley to Bowers. This was followed by 1 fiom Bowers to Rowell. Changes followed thick and fast, amid considerable confusion, resulting at lust in the nomination of Bowers by a vote of _>S, Row ell 58, Lindley .'>-'. A motion was .id- to make the nomination un...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 September 1890

111 I r .-.-'- . a ..-.-.- — --.---• -. -*--**--*- - — - - _r—__- l.lp a a . . a ... • •_•.•.*.__*.•.__•.•.__*.*._•_•___•.♦. |_,j 1 TIfJPP I THE CALL will advertise rooms free {<* 1 HMH P I Until the 10tn ' un(lcr special lei,, ' in ? X iy X J IJ— I ■ "Booms for Admission Day. - ' To V bj avoid mistakes no rooms registered with the Com- v! *.l mittee will be advertised. -*■ (Si ___ >;• _\\\ * • ♦_.*.*_.♦. *.*.*.*.* .*_.*__. 4 _.*.*_.*_- , __*_* , -.»_.*v*_. ♦.♦,*»♦.• •-.*-*» ____ VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 98. WANTED TO FIGHT. Paris Police Prevent a Duel Be tween Women One ol the C_n.bita_.ts Said to Be a Well- Known American. Both Were Arrested on the Field of Honor. Kermeix Not Allowed to Speak at a Boulangist Meeting. Special Dispatches to The Moitsir.a Cai... London, Sept '6.— The Paris correspond ent of the Telegraph says that two ladies, one a Parisian by birth ami the other an American, the names of both of whom he claims are well known and care fully suppressed, went yesterday ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 September 1890

2 ALL READY. _.ferj-thius in Faror of a Bril liant Celebration. : Eacd Concert Arranged for Sunday Afternoon a*. Union Square— Great Demand for Tickets. Settpoint Parlor has a very unique badge, hauii-painted by Mrs, C. J. Young, wife of the President of the parlor. Veiba Buena Parlor will turn out eighty five strong and will wear silk hats, white vests, dark trousers and Prince Albert coats. Twenty-seven representatives of Yon tockett Parlor of Del Norte arrived on the steamer Crescent City yesterday morning at an early Hour. 11. Chevalier brought an advance guard from Los Angeles yesterday to headquarters, ami reported that ninety Sons would arrive fiiuu the soutli to-morrow morning. Charles T. Lindsey and F. J. McLaughlin, of Vis. ilia Parlor, and R. S. Black of Tulare Parlor arrived in advance of their parlors yesterday morning on their mule team, which lias attracted so much attention throughout the country during the past week. Miss C. E. Chapman, President Genevieve Parlor, N...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 September 1890

RELIGION'S REALM. Ladies of High Social Rank in English Convents. Bc'tigiouß Statistics for Germany - Sunday Evening Lectures-Big Offer fer a He brew Bible in the Vatican. A pilgrimage from Home to Lonrdes will take place in September. A contract bas been let for new church In the north end of lhe city of St. John, N. 11., to cost 126,000. Archbishon Kenrick of St. Louis celebrated the eighty-sixth anniversary of Ins birth an Au gust 17U1. 81. Peter's Church In' East Washington, I). C, will be dedicated next Autumn. An effort is In progress among ihe colored Catholics of mat parish to establish a colored church iiieie. Among the Sisters of Mercy, London, are daughters of Lord ivire, i.ohi Cliflord, Lord Mosljn and many other ladles of similar rank. There are also several converts. The Dominican Sisters of liloomlngton, 111., arc about loeiect an addition to ibeii academy thai will cost $10,000, and will give accommoda lions to 120 pupils. Cardinal Minor, Primate of Hungary, has give...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL. flaa a lai-eer ctr. illation ttinn any <■«■*« newspaper „ul,li-1i..l i" sn. Francisco. rriT_ls_._TlON OFFICE: __« «..-,: ..in. street, near Clay, open until 11 I*p«. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market street ncrir Kearuy, open until 12 o'clock midnight; SSS Bares reet, open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 Larkin street, open until 9:30 o'lock, and _!51S __.i_i-.oii ttieet, open mrti! 9 o'clock 1-. m- SI'I'.SI'ItII'TIOX KATES: PAITY CALL (including Sundays), 16 per year hy trail, postpaid: l.'i cents per week, or 65 cents per calf inlar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, live c< pies three months. Srii 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve pages . Sl BO per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL aid WEEKLY CALL 52 50 per year, postpaid. WEEKLY AIL (eight pages), $1 '.'5 per year, ■-: latu. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), *|alO, .FECIAL NOTICE FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS. Sulrseribers who 'lntend going to the country dor ltrg the summer months can have Till-: DAILY call mailed to them for a week or l...

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