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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 September 1890

Qlj "l*l* -*.* I J - * i* -■-*-•-*-*-*-* -*-*l*l*i*l*l*i*i*i*i*i***i*i*i*i*l i [^ '•■ F'npr' i the CALL wiu advertise °" ms free ■•■ ■ '*' nnPP ' nntil tlic lOth| nnder E P e<;ial heading / i V 1 11 LJi-J • •' Kooras for Admission Day." To V »l' avoid mistakes no rooms registered with the Coin- □ i,'.' mlttee will be advertised. V. f|fjj '■*.•.••»"•»»» !*>!?0!*!»>»r»I»!0^-T*>!*T*l 'jTHI' VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 100. MINISTER PHELPS. His Views on Oar Relations With Germany. Tie Samoin Treaty, the American Ho^ and Oiher Topics. The Loss Caused by Floods in Central Europe Will Reach Twenty Million Dollars. Special Dispatcbcs to Tiik Jloexiso C.u.i~ New York, Sept. 7.— A Herald Berlin dispatch Bays: lii.ii>tei- Phelps is going home for a holiday on September 13tU. lie says: "I shall hiva nothing to do with pol itics at Lome except to talk. I shall vote and pive them a good, strong protection and reciprocity ballot, I expect to stay here as long as President Harrison wants me to...

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. — 8 September 1890

2 ALL READY FOR THE JUBILEE. The Park Concert Attended by Vast Throngs of Celebrate. NAMES OF VISITING NATIVES. ■ — ' — ■ Information Wanted About Headquarters of Parlors. Church Services Appropriate to the Occasion. THE DAUGHTERS SERENADED. Siege of the Native Sons' Headquarters by Country Delegations. Artistic Decoration of the Me cb'anics' Pavilion Interior. Chief Crow'.ey Issues a Warning About Crowd ine Upon tie Streets and About Leav ing Houses Unguarded to B> Iro. ed by Thieves— Ample Accom modations — Harri son's L tter. The city is being rapidiy filled by Native Sons and Daughters and Pioneers from Hie interior. Tuey kept arriving yesterday from early morning to late in the evening, some biinglnj bands with them and marching In procession from the ferry to the committee's headquarters. There the Reception Com mittee was besieged with questions qixhj the situation of the respective headquarters r.nd for direction* to the places assigned. Every arrival ailed tv the throng ...

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. — 8 September 1890

.. MISCELLANEc ' I '" | j t . 1 AND PAY HOMAGS AND BID WELiCOMS TO J i'C OUR, HONOE-EC £ I PIONEER! 1 I AS "WELL AS TO THE BTJI-AATAK-XS AND I ■■ Sti-engtli of tliis Great Nation ; Our Prides, 3 I OTJIR. 3ST^LTX"V^E] soisrs i I * — £ 3 . To-morrow being the beginning of our festivities our store will re- * I main closed, so we are cning to try and do to-day what would ordinarily Jg i-1 take two days to accomplish, namely— to sell the same amount of goods .. B! in one day Mint we generally do in two. ? 3 SOW WE'VE (JOT TO SMASH PRICES A LITTLE. A little is pat- | "1 tin? it mill!. The prices we're going to name to-day will make our com- [» I pctitors turn green around the sills. We will pnt 'em IX THE SOUP. % TO-^7V"IT : i 1 SUITS THAT HAVE BEES SELLING ALL ALONG FOR£pQ K<f& 1 1 $15, WILL BE SOLI> TO-BAY FOB L I OVERCOATS THAT »YE KEVEB LEFT OIK HOUSE fl»-a g\ g\f\ i g UNDEK $18, WILL LEAVE IT TO-DAY FOR - - *pAI/s>lfU 5 E PRINCE ALBERT COATS AM) VESTS that 're been sold...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL •p»» a larger circulation than any other Ben spaper published In San Frauciaou. rriT£it)ATii» office: 825 Wontiromery street, near Clay, open until 11 Mlortr M. ISRASCH OFFICES: 710 Market •met Dear Kearny.open until 12 o'clock midnight; f r f liases street, open until 9:30 o'clock; 603 i.arkin street, open until 8:30 o'iock, and 2518 ail&siou street, open until 9 o'clock p. M. "i". SUBSCRIPTION hates: T>.«I.Y CALL (Including Sundays!, $6 per year by trill. postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, five 1 1 ; .'*•> tree months. s6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve pages), SI 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL v. (l WEEKLY CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. EKKLY CALL (elßht pages). $1 25 per year, POM -1 Mil. I'luus of ten (sent to one address), $10. BrKtIAL M>TICK FOB THE SUMMER MONTHS. ■ Subscribers who intend going to the country dor- Jrg the summer months can have THE DAILY CALL mailed to them for a week or longer...

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. — 8 September 1890

"^ IiKSIXKSS CHANCES. DO YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR BUSINESS OB do yon waut a partner la any established and fair-paying business, no matter what line? I have over IUO parties waiting to Invest, either as a half ,1 a ■whole. in store business, hotels, restaurants livery stables, manufacturing, milk or paper routes' Huuor business, cigar-stores, wood and coal yards' Hay and reed business, butcher-shops, coffee-saloons' teaming or express business, commission business -•or any other respectable line; juj- parties have the money; come and see me at once; established 22 rears; all business strictly private. K. KI..N.NV, 22 Kearny St. . It <"lOfMl FIRST-CLASS HOTEL Foil SAtE; ■ • IV'V'V. a great bargain; located in one of our most thriving towns in the interior or the state: is .it the terminus of one or principal lallron:- this liouse Is positively clearing $200 per month: lot 150x150: fine bouse ol 30 rooms'; line bar-room, etc.. and all other Improvements; shrubbery, fruit t:ees; fine l...

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. — 8 September 1890

6 EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. What Sociely is Doing and Anti cipating for Next Season. THE BLAIR LUNCHEON PARTY. Some Interesting Engagement Notes. The O'Connor Farewell Lunch. Clean-Up at the Various Resorts. Weddings in the Interior— The Tennis Tournament To-Day. Many Visitors. — — — — — • Miss Jennie Blair (cave a charming lunch party last Tuesday at tbe elegant residence ol Captain ana Mrs. Samuel U;alr, 1315 Van Ness avenue. rue ail ill was given In honor of Mrs. George Hauling, formerly Miss Lily Jones, who left for net Louie on Thursday, It was distinctively a uluk lucelieon. Hie table decorations being chirtty lovely clusters of Ducliesse de Brabant roses, arrayed la Knee large crysl.il bowls placed diagonally across the table. Daylight was banished for Hie occasion, and Its place v... taken by a Bolt lamp-glow, which littered prettily through pink silk shades. Aftei enjoying ilie delicacies provided lbs guests were Invited mto the ai aw ing-room, whcie several hour ■ere del...

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. — 8 September 1890

SUNDAY SPORTS. The San Francisco Schuctzon Vercin Celebrates. Its Thirty-first Anniversary at Shell Mound. The Olympians Preparing for the Sicramento Games. The tliirry-first anniversary of tho San Francisco Schuetzeo Verein^Vas celebrated At Shell Mound Park yesterday. The cnm pany under command of Captain J. Bolts, about 200 strong, marched into the pavilion and were addressed by President John W. Winter, who rongi t ilated them upon the success attained in the past, and assured the company that the future was full of hope. This company is the oldest independent military orsinizition on the Pacific Coast, and numbers among its members many of our most influential German citizens. Hie families of the Scbuctzens, who al ways make the meetings of tuis society a gala day, were out In force and enjoyed themselves by dancing and participating in the various games and amusements provided for their special benefit. After bring addressed by their President the members of the company at onc...

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. — 8 September 1890

8 THE SENATORS FALLING DOWN. They Lose Another Game to the Friscos. Errors of Veacli, Everett and Shea SaTe Them From a Sliut-Ont. An Interesting Contest— Coloneli at the Elongh City — The Amateurs and Their Scirss. The came at Haight street yesterday af ternoon was well attended. The applause given the Senators clearly ibowed that their friends and sympathizers were out in great numbers. Lookaliatii-'li pitched a great game and was sized for only throe hits, while Hoffman was touched DP for seven. The Friscos >:a ted the game by scoring tbroa runs in the first and me in the second The Mi,, t rs went out in one, two, three order until in the sixth inning, when three men -<• red oil errors. Friscos again scored in the seventh and ninth. '1 be score: • AT SAX I RAN' I- O, SEPTFMBKS 7. IS9O. San FKA>. ISC-OS. AH. R. BH. SB. PO. A. X Rliea.Vlb 4 2 3 -> 9 3 1 Minley.c.t 4 0 112 0 0 Vraih. 1 b 4 1 1 0 13 1 l l SteT.ns, r : 8 1 0 0 0 0 0 fcbrigtil. 3 b 4 1 2 1 4 6 1 1f,,. I. I ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 September 1890

E|o»i>3COX»^>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>'.'>:->>;'>>; O w. h Iff ? p nT And other Visitors to the City : * : I 11. U. IT. ff.-illl find rooms by referring x I: to THE GALL'S "Rooms for Admission Day." E: ■*.> . '. ivi VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 101. EVE OF THE ANNIVERSARY. A Comprehensive Review oi the Reception Commit tee's Work. AT-HOME OF ALL THE PARLORS. San Francisco Has Surren dered to Native Sons. Immense ■ Number of Visit ors From the Interior. SCENES AT THE PAVILION. Tableaux Bunts, Lavsli Entertainments and Regal Receptions. 01.1 Times Brought Back Upon the Mechanics' Stage. One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Strangers ~ in the City and More C<ims Pouring In— iMtrntiicrj From the Grand Ksrthad to Hii Aid* — Into rior Press Beprssejut livta In Tjwa. The old adaeo that " comint everx ca»t theirs' wa before them" was never more lully verified than yesterday in themagni . tude of the celebration preceding to day's grand commemoration....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 September 1890

2 avenue. Marj : 6ville and Silver Star parlors | received their visitors at the Windsor Hotel, Market >Ueet. > ™ ""•"*• Woodland, Winters, Willows nnd Dowiiie ville pnrlors entertained visitors in the Nucleus. riO WEEKS" EI'TION. An Elnbornte tnnrli SrrTcd 111 the linn qiietiii? II ■* 11. The banqueting room at Pioneer nail was crowded yesterday afternoon with guests who had been invited to enjoy the excellent lunch spread there. The lalies ontnum bi red th« men, and added thai vivacity to the entertainment which always accom- .nies their presence at social gatherings. At one end of the room an impromptu bar was arranged, over which.wines and cigars were served with reckless hospitality. Two large bowls of spiced claret were convenient to every hand that would grasp the ladles aid till Hie cups to the brim and em ty them to the stocks. A baud rendered a select programme and added considerable pleasure to the recep tion. Alexander Montgomery, President of the Pioneers, did the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 September 1890

Four women, all told ■ / The first told how much easier it was to wash with Pearline. She saved half her labor, and the work was better done. The second told how much longer the clothes lasted, since she'd used Pearline. The rubbing that wore them out wasn't I necessary. The next told how many things she did with it ; she washed the kitchen floor, or the finest china the most deli- . cate lace, or the coarsest fabric. Whatever she did with it, she saved money by it. The fourth told of the harmlessness of Pearline. She had used it for ten years, and she knew nothing that was washable could be hurt by it. These are . only four out of millions who use Pearline, but the others say the same things and more. Try it yourself j then you can tell about it. Tr"^ . Hers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell yofc " this is §-</rk\Tr<r) j(*f* as good as" or "the same as I'earline." IT'S FALSE— JU VV C\. 1C- l'earline is never peddled, and if your grocer sends you some- thing in place of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL ri>« a larger oliciilnti.ui than any "thei n.MI-rl.per hiiMlhliiml In San Fr:iiK-i»cu. ITIII.ICATHIN OFFICE: V"i » " -tti'iiifry street, new Clay, open until 11 „', Cl : r m. BRANCH OFFICES:. 710 Market fl]fe , | „ i „:■ -...:, ii until ISCcloe* midnight; ;;': Bayea street, <.pen until 930 o'clock: 603 lkiLm street, opes until 6:30 o'loclc, and 2818 Minion street, open until 9 o'clock p. m. SI BBCKIPTIOS KATES! r All CALL (Including Sundays), 96 per year by r Hit, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per tale nilar month tnroucn carriers. DAILY, CALL, Bye eoples i ri'finiiiitbs. 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve jsc»'s}, SI 50 pec year, poitnaid. SUNDAY CALL kid ui:,.:\ CAkt $2 50 per sear, postpaid. V 1 XX I \ (ALL (eight pages), $1 25 per year, p.»C liilU. Clubs ol Ten (sent to our niMriss), $10. BPEOJAX NOTICE K<>-: THE SIMMER MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend Rolnu to the rouutry dur ing the summer months can hare THE DAILY CALL mailed to them lor a week or...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 September 1890

ISL'SiNKSS CHANCES. /Vo(>!i TRADES FOR PRICE ASKED: " VI Claar-store: -tuck full value $200 Fruit* and produce store, with team :r,o Restaurant; $30 day business 550 Saloon: very cheap ;is:i Grocery and bar _ duo Drug store; old stand ;, t 3250 Many other go il business chaices. FKank'col- I.INS a CO.. !'..!) Market St. -. 7 7 t 17'LOUB AND FEED MILL, HOUSE. STABLE Ji 47 a- 1- land, etc.. In M loclao County: will eselianje lur any other property ; come and iuvvs- f:pat.- JrKAMv COLLINS i CO.. 830 Mar.ket.s7 7t Q'^7. l^ CAST YOUR SPECULATIVE EYE ON- tu _ I O. this; salo>n near Fourth and Howard Mb. : barcalu on account ol departure. DON ELL V A i ii.. 777 Market st. 8t .7 ::t* 8>1:...\!N — BAKERY. CONFECTIONERY-, TO- 1> hacco and laundry office; 4 living rooms; rent heap. WHITE A CO.. 765 Market st- !,eS 3t» ><1".(» SALOON; BARGAIN: THIS DAY. M. ■- LOU, LAUiiIILIN, 26Kearuyst. sc3 7t« V'-lllA GOOD KENTAL'itANT: 3^ LIVING «i, •>>' '. rooms: ».5 rent: clearing 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. — 9 September 1890

6 foktv-mm:. Written for Thk Morning Cam. *— j— tt-* LL hall ! true sons or this beautiful land, fl— jj Whose sires of long ago y H Did toll and dig foi the treasures rare <^/» ■ That to-day m.tkes your huines and liesrthsso fair. "Well may your flags and banners high Float In bright beauty 'neath the azure sky. May the heroes you ho-ior in praise to-day Z*on£ live in each heart an inspiring ray, To glow still brighter as year by year They meet and blend both smiles and tears In sweet remembrance or by-gone days, And raise to heaven their. heartfelt praise 1 o see the sous cf thine and mine i i ■■ i'iß tl.e days of old '4.9. Ban I'raneiseo, Sept., IS3O. Dxi ma Disanne, A POOR GIRL. f'/NLY tblnk, Fleda, cried a lad. Hounding f jj £ luto tlie diugy room where a pate-faced \ gill was working, "your curtain Is told Jin $50, and wuii .5 pet cent deducted you will Have $37." lleiia'a lace bil£titeucd at her brother's en- Umslasm, ■1 am so clad," sho exclaimed. "But— 1 hoped It would br...

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. — 9 September 1890

FLYING BULLETS. Excitement in the Chinese Dis trict of Sacramento. Proprietor of a Tan Game Dangerously Shot by a Highbinder. Impressive Funeral Services Over the Re mains of the Victims of the Ex plosion at Spokane Falls. Special Dispatches to The Horsing Gall. Sacramento, Sept. 8. — There was a shooting affray and great excitement in Chi natown, on I street, between Third and Fourth, shortly after 1 o'clock this morning. A number of shots were fired and there was a great scattering among frightened Mongo lians. From what could be learned it ap pears that Loo Soon is the proprietor of a _t&a-game and three women located in China town. This morning a highbinder named Look Ling Sing entered Soon's place of business and began "bucking" at the tan game, lie was lucky, and the game soon owed him a considerable amount. When lie demanded a settlement Loo Soon said: "You robbed a man of SIGO at Third and X streets some time ago, and now that you have plenty of money you had bet ter pay...

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. — 9 September 1890

8 REED SUSTAINED. Gratifying Approval of His Coarse as Speaker. He-Elected to Congress by Donbla His Ma jority ol Two Years Ago. A Democratic Waterloo In Maine— Governor Burieigh's Plurality Placed at 19,000. A Clean Sweep. Special Dispatches to The Morn-ins Call. AUGUSTA, Sept B.— Tho election in Maine to-day was one of the quietest for years. Especially were the Democrats quiet, seem ing to be almost paralyzed in some sections. The X publicans acted similarly, especially in the First District, and although they were 1. thaigie up to the close of the campaign, i*ke it throughout the State th. y were found to-iiny at the polls and walking for thfl cause. This can be accounted for largely throiiKli the efforts of Governor Eurleigh. JJr. Blame did not. come to Augusta to vote, but remained in B.ir Harbor, pairing with a Democrat. Tlie handsome Kepublican victory in the Slate results from several causes, the cliW of which, whila not violently urgrt t>y the Democrat*, has recently ha...

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. — 10 September 1890

I RICHARD IS HIMSELF AGAIN / | i f s • — «7— — '-.-•■ . . : :< Vj ; How that the great celebration is over people will V A se«/e t/oivn /o ei-er/ day. affairs and look '.''. g o r//f m/./. /o ■!• v FIL.L, THEIR yVANTSI M |O X'>^>>X<<'>>>>Xvr'j>>V'*''C»v»v«v Q| VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 102. \u CALIFORNIA'S ADMISSION TO THE UNION. A Patriotic Celebration by Pionors and Young Caliiornians. GORGEOUS STREET PAGEANTRY. San Francisco Has Its Most Magnificent Parade. DAYS OF OLD AND DAYS OF GOLD Friendly SoM^'and Military March ;Cl cession. - x Literary and Musical Exercises in (ho Grand Opera House. Grand Ball and Brilliant Fireworks in the Evening Close the Day. Tee Mechinici' Pavilion Crowded With Guests. Profuse Hospitality of the Parlors—Head quarters Deserted— A Hob*. Enccesi fal Event in Every Particular. S ■• r before tv.is there such a demonstra- I :, "-.in I'rancisco as yesterday's celebra t v:. 'A :!i -sloriousOtli, the day of all days most dear to Ca...

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. — 10 September 1890

2 Herman Sons and Vorw arts, 200 in number beaded by Grand President H. Spewing. „ The S iiw.ibon Vereln with two floats, one drawn by four large gray horses aud rep. resenttug the harvest festival, an.l another, a iar- «me cask ? all >' decorated and drawn by four horses wcro features of this division After the. Sehwabe.n Verein camo the Mas ti Id Band furnishing the music for 130 members of the Austrian Military and Benevolent Society, the military under com mand of Captain G. Dablich. The lust society in this division was the San Francisco Baecter Verein, composed entirely of German bakers, ami headed by President 11. Zanra. This society paraded with only 50 members, although over 100 lell in originally, but had to leave on ac count of the lateness of the hour of start ing the division. FOIKTEEXTH DIVISION. Uniform Hank, K. of i". , Held This Place in Line. The fourteenth division was headed by Marshal Thomas Flint, assisted by his aids. This d vision was composed of Californi...

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. — 10 September 1890

GRAND OFFERING OF SINGLE LOTS-k TO-DAY ! TO-DAT! TO-DAT! WHO ARE THE | .sSfig^^S^^ I WHO WILL BE THE I WEALTHY AND WISE ,/^^^^^^^^^^i^ WEALTHY AND WISE PIONEERS ? ■^^^^^WM§^o^^^^t NATIVE SONS ? THOSE WHO INVESTED IN \ H |f^ K^^ * THOSE WHO NOW INVEST IN San Francisco Real Estate £\ ; :^fE^^:§%^§^\^ mWm^^W San Francisco Real Estate Investment Property of B|l'i; 1 a^i JMpiMBBBBB', '■ /SS'l v:^' :;^lKSßlf ' *^" niIRIMP TPH T7TP QT 1 pniTD WUCFC 1 \H ! ' ' IWSSKa!aF , times as cheap as in any other place OPERATORS. WHO KNOW A GOOD \^^^^^^^^g : ; =:==^^^^^^^^3^BMBMB^\ ERY LOT. WATER DELIVERED UN- THING WHEN THEY SEE IT. COULD »d!?^^gg»S!fel^s^^gy^^%Eaai!S^^j^^^^^^^^^^^BM|B^V^ DER PRESSURE TO ANY PLACE IN THERE BE STRONGER PROOF OF ITS * *'Jsmwßfer^ _..._- ( THE TRACT SMOOTH> RICH> VEGE . MERIT ? ! TABLE LAND. I recoLlectTwhen you buy a lot bn lakeview, YOU GET IT WITHIN 12 MINUTES OF THE VALENCIA-STREET STATION, WITHIN 22 MINUTES OF THIRD AND TOWNSEND, WITHIN 35 MINUTES OF MARKET A...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Fan a larger circulation than any other : »ewsi>»i>er puhl lulled In San Francisco. rrUUCATION OFFICE : 855 scrotcomcrr street, Ben Clay, open until 11 o'clock r M. UKAKCH OFFICES: 710 Mar Set ftrrct, rrsr >rsrujr,opcn until 12 o'clock midnight; !.'■» Bare* street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 Jjnkm street, open until 8:30 clock, and 2518 lllssiou street, open until 9 o'clock p. M. -lISCIiU'TION 'KATES: rAII V CAM. (Including Sundays), SO per year by. jmi>l, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per mlrmbr month through carriers. DAILY CALL, five t<! ii.- three months. $6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve 1 ages), SI 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL mil MEEKLY GALL $•_> 50 per year, postpaid. WEEKLY CALL (eight pages), fl 25 per year, post- V^ul Clubs of ton (sent to one address). $lU. SPECIAL NOTICE j foe THE SCDOTEB MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend (Mag to the country dur lif the summer months can have THE DAILY CALL E. ailed to them for a weci; or lo...

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