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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 April 1890

■ HVSI-SESS cuAycka. C* I 'nil SALOON NEAR MARKET; WELL = _ UUU. worth Sl 500; must he sold at once. vii- ply to-day M. LESS, '.'Or. Market st. It* *2*9'",0 GROCERY AND BAR; 5 LIVING <_ —•'''. rooms, furnished; must be sold at once; a rare chance. "'.. LESS. 895 Market St. It" t'-Ulil BRANCH BAKERY AND CON) -. «J \J. tlonery; 3 living rooms, with furniture; no better chaiice tormoney. M. LESs__, Market.l s__; —/1. i SALOON WITH 11 ROOMS, INCLCIi- -clpluu. lug first-class furniture: best location; Al business; well worth $1500, but ; '-'-- ; he sold ■'' once. M LESS, 995 Market st. It* C'Q/I-. CIGAR-STORE ON JIARKET ST.: ri""W. splendid locailon: clearing over $125 a month: trial glveu. .M. LESS. 995 MarkeL If <MQmi COFFEE-SALOON IN THE HEART xJ-IOUU. of the city; doing a fine business; eiecaut fixtures and stock; the best bargain ever offered : don'l fall to see IL LESS, 995 Market. It* ~77Tirt\ CORNER FAMILY LIQUOR -STORE: ■"*■ I ',)!'. cood stock and line fixtures: ss well w...

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. — 18 April 1890

6 POLITICS. 1., a AFA Is a Democrat* | A 1 Oh, dear I B\3-r Mamma is H.-imlillcaa;. _ » I'll cheer! Grandpa Is an agnostic, Xl fear; Grandma Is an angel— That's clear. Thus our house ls divided. a You see. And mr vote will Just make two Count three. With mamma and grandma I Agree; Republican and angel I'll be. Denver, "AS.. GBACK Hibb_B-. , . . A FAMILY QUARREL. TilT was one of those cold, dark November IflT was one of those cold, dark November ll afternoons when the daylight all goes ll? soon alter 3. A chilly kind of white *-** mist was banging about, and the trees In the square were shaking off their few remaining leaves, as though they were at last convinced that the poor, black, shriv eled tilings were no ornament, but rather a disfiguration. My knitting had dropped idly on my knee, and 1 was thinking. My pet was sitting opposite, thinking or dreaming too, her deep eyes full of the golden fire light, her oval face framed by her rich, soft black hair. I was thinking, I remember ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 April 1890

TEN-BOUND FIGHTS. Clubs Are -Jetting Tired of C0n .1)3 Are Getting Tired of Con tests to a .Finish. » Eiirain Says That Corbett Is Afraid to Meet Him-Wrestling Matches May Take the Pace of Pugilism. A committee appointed by the Directors of the Golden Gate Club visited Turner, the colored pugilist, at Stockton yesterday, and telegraphed last evening to headquar ters that tbe middle-weight champion of Stockton was in splendid condition and would make a great effort to win the purse. Kelllher, who is training at Alameda with Shannon, was never in better shape than now, and he would have no excuse to give if Turner should happen to bring him down on the evening of the battle. The club has arranged a few- preliminary con tests which will precede the main event. According to the telegraphic reports Jack .*: Auliffe is willing to back Jimmy Carroll for Sot _0 a side against Billy Myers. This is in itself an acknowledgment, so far as Me- Aiiliffe is concerned, that the New Yorker has a ver...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 April 1890

8 FAMILIAR SCENES. - Tie New England Pioneers at - * San Bernardino. in Enthusiastic Reception Tendered the Argonauts ot '49. In Entertainment Terminated bj the Sudden Death of General Cbapin, One of the Ylsitors. Bpecl&l by the California Associated Press. San* Bernard ixo, April 18.— The New England Society of California Pioneers ar rived here this afternoon at G o'clock, four hours late, the delay being caused by a broken rail on the Atlantic and Pacific road which damaged the dining-car. A most hearty welcome was tendered the pioneers by the society here. Five hundred school children were in line at the depot, each car rying a bouquet, besides the local Society of Pioneers, Native Sons and Daughters of the Golden West and about a thousand citizens ' with the Ninth Regiment Band. The Na tive Daughters had provided an abundance of flowers, including many orange blossoms, which were presented to the pioneers and ladies. The speech of welcome was delivered by President Lord, who...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 April 1890

_F__=-» ■■•&<^^{s(\C^i^^4g^-:yl? 'A THE ACE OF CLUBS !§ A Great Russian Novel ! A jr __. the y IS U N DA V CALL.'I .^.ra^.__r-^-^.j^t^^ VOLUME LXVII-NO. 150. CUBAN BANDITS. A Reign of Terror in the Vicinity of Santiago. Three Soldiers Killed in a Conflict ISitli the Desperadoes. In Expert's Opinion of the Cause of the City of Paris Disaster— Scandal tn the French Metropolis. Special by the California Associated Press. Havana. April 18.— A reign of terror prevails near Santiago, Cuba, owing to the daring raids of two bodies of bandits, who bare been ravaging the country. The ban dits recently engaged in a conflict with the guards, in which three of the latter were killed. Troops are now pursuing the ban dits. It is stated that fear of the bandits is so great that 300 persons have fled from their estates and gone to the city for safety. AN EXPERT'S OPINION. A Sequence of Accidents That Caused the City cf Faris Disaster. London, April 18.— An engineering ex pert who inspected th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 April 1890

2 RAIN OR SHINE The Blood-Horse Races Will Be Run To- Day. Entries and Pooling on the Five Events— A Heavy bnt Safe Track Hey Be Ex- ■ pected— Da. Donglassisms. Kaln and the Blood-horse Association's racing meetings at the Bay District Track seem Insepa rable, uo ______ what date is set lor the races. At one time I*. looked as If Ihe record would be bioken for the pie. meeting, hut it com menced sprinkling on Wednesday night, lamed somewhat heavily during Thursday's races and in the evening, yesterday and lasi night kept on sprinkling heavier snd heavier until the Bay District Track was In a pretty muddy condition. None ol the horses were worked over the track yesterday, and only gentle walking exercise on Use bard park roads and sandy by-paths was In dulged In by tbe horses tbat will run in to-day's events. All the afternoon at Ihe track the horsemen felt very blue over the rain and condition of the track. Many of them thought the races would be postponed until the weather settled ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 April 1890

REAL ESTATE. The Condition of the Market During the Past Week. Property Disposed Of by Auction and at Private Sales— The Money Market. Seme Building Contracts. A busy bum of genuine Inquiry still pervades the leal estate market. The healthy tone, alluded so Ibe last few weeks, Is well maintained, wlih no boom or (tuny. While country business Is quiet, city activity more than atones for it.. Meanwhile the splendid reports from all over the country aud the assured prospects of an ex tra bountiful crop year are omens of great In ternal prosperity. The money maiket Is devoid of any feature of change, aud although the loan demand Is active, the supply ls quite equal to tbe occasion and continues io Increase in volume. As lo Its tin- mediate Inline opinions are divided as to the probability of higher rales ruling later on. The passage of the Silver Bill would of course exer cise a vast Influence Id Ibis connection. The 11 ibeiula Bank still keeps its rate at 6 percent and has placed withi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 April 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL 1 -Has a larger circulation than any other ! si»ai>er published In Ban Francisco. rOBUCATION OFFICII: rrs Montgomery street, near Clay, open nntll 11 o'clock r. M. KBAXt'II OFFICES: 710 Market rtrtet, near Kearny, open until 32 o'clock midnight: -; ;•'.! Hayes street, open until 0:30 o'clock; 003 larkln street, open until 8:30 o'lock, and 2516 . &iss;cu street, open until 9 o'clock p. m "\" St HSCItII'TION RATES:, 1 Aii.V CALL (including Sundays), to per year by lraitf, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 05 rents per ' 'calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, five ccpies three months. 25, SUNDAY CALL (twelve pages), Sl 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL .acd I LXI.V CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. VI EEKLY CALL [eight pages), j.l 25 per year, post laid. Clues of ten (sent to one address), flu. AUCTION SALES TO-DAY. Fr/BKiTPaJt.— By ('!.:;>. Levy, at 5313 California st..:tl ICo'l lock. _ TruNi — By Ceo. F. Lamson. at 1513 Hyde St., at 11 o'clock. >VEA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 April 1890

P.rSTNKSS CHANCES. «<iftflfi PARTNER WANTED; IS SOMETHING •^VJVJiJ. good: clearing from $200 to $250 per month; no previous experience necessary, but you must be willing to work; this is a Brit-class oyster* 1 ,. o-e ii, 1 restaurant lon one or our best business- strceis ; has a large family trade; wants a good man to attend to the delivering with horse and wagon: handsomely fitted up: owner will teach you the business. Apply K. KEN >. V. 22 Kearny st. lt v^-^il HOOK, STATIONERY, TOY*. ETC. •Ji (Jc'U. store, with soda water fountain business, lor sale; one of the most prominent corners in the Western A-ldltlon; doing a first-class trade; toll vaiuo in stock and fixtures; - « ell-furnished rooms connected; any one can run this business and is sure as i paying Invest— cut Apply K. KENN 1 , 22 Kearny st, ' ____. I— - —•**,/ 111 SALOON "FOR SALE: A GOOD-l'AY*- JJB OUU. ing place: v No. 1 location in the imme- diate vicinity of Oakland and Alameda terries: has a good class of custo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 April 1890

6 TBE STORY OF THE FIRST CIGAR. CHAPTER FIRST. On, 'tis immense! I've learned the trlcl You bet your life I'm clever. The first cigar makes come boys sick, But 1 could smoke forever. CHAPTER SECOND. The last half isn't quite so nice As when you lirst begin it— Hot quite so much like paradise; 1 guess I'll rest a minute. CHAPTER THIRD. See how the building whirls and reels) Now everything's begun it. Oh, gracious; How my stomach feels I 1 wish I hadn't done lt I CHAPTER FOURTH. •» s *• . tt 1? T I- t TT ttT -t . • • ?? ? • CHAPTER FIFTH. It Isn't right lor boys to smoke, And all good boys admit it. 1 tried it once, just for a joke. lint since then I have quit It. —Chicago Herald. A FAMILY QUARREL. rCO-TUHJKU.] "Nonsense, Lionel," 1 managed to say at last, trying, in a mechanical way, to pick up the stitches his announcement has made me drop, though my hands shook so I only made matters worse; "you mustn't think of such a thing! It is quite impossible!" "It is not impossible," he answ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 April 1890

FRATERNAL INDEX. Masonic Lodges in Spain Which Initiate Women. A Precious I. 0. 0. F. Pin— Latest Hembership Statistics in the A. 0. U. "w-.-Entertain me-ts by the L. of tha W. [In order to secure Insertion all matter in tended for tins column should be handed in no later man Thursday iilithl of each week, and should be addressed to the '-Fraternal lidltor." All communication* must bear me name and ad diess of the sender; 11 not, the mallei will not be published.] _ Ofnclal Assessment Table. ft'AMK. 0! 3 it s 1 D g A. L. or 1! a. U v. >v WorkOMu'itfuar.F.A'D Kul^liis uf liunor KniKtlsauilL. or ii. order Chosen Frleuds. I. 0. B. M i;.'>,;i Arcanum Knd Ken. I "il. I EDd. Ue n.V'il.A.O.r.A. Leßion of West, B. 11.. I'aelnr End, IA-ague... v. Ms ii.-:m:U' Equitable Alii Union. . I :,»•■,! i:ud. Associate <»rdt-r HfKCon Lii^lit. . . j End 1 .1 »-.- :i.1.0.i:.M Uoyal Arffoiy Fratfmal Oiillil . IT.VITU 5 875 276 U67-28S 170 7-8 134 188 I 166 I IGS- lU9i 1 18, I Apr. 1 Apr. 1-! 1 Ap...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 April 1890

8 HAPPY VETERANS. Festivities at the Red Bluff Encampment. in Unknown Man Shoots at the Treasurer of Tehama County. Violent Death of W. C. Tarlton, a Prominent Oregon Stock-Raiser— Visitors From New ; ' England Hospitably Entertained. Special by the California Associated Press. Eed Burr. April 18.— Notwithstanding the heavy rains fully 1500 people took part la the ' G. A. K. dance last night in the pavilion and tent. Governor Waterman led the inarch la which there were 500 couples. The dance lasted all night and was lv every manner a success. The balance ot the Colusa, Marysville and Chico delegations arrived this evening. flfrr_"j The excursion to Vina was the event of the day. Sixteen cars were packed full of excur sionists. The vineyard was thrown open in all Its departments, and themonster wine-cellar was visited by the largest crowd Vina ever saw. This evening literary and musical exercises were held at the pavilion, which Included sev eral addresses. The weather this afternoon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 April 1890

THE MORNING CALL. The Largest, Brightest and Most Reliable of All the Dailies. VOL. LXVII.-NO. 151. POPE LEO INTERVIEWED. His Plans for the Welfare of Mankind. Efforts to Suppress Slavery and Elevate the Laboring Classes. i Warm Regard Expressed (or Americans. European 'Opposition to the Holy See. Special by the California Associated Press. New York, April 20.— Tho Herald pub lishes a cablegram from Borne detailing an Interview with Pope Leo XIII, in which he says: "X have a claim upon American* for their respect, because 1 luve them anil their country. 1 have a great tenderness lor those who live in that" land, Prot estants and all. Under their Constitution religion has perfect liberty and is crowing In power. Where the church is free it will increase. I bless and love Americans for their frank, open and uuaffected character and for the respect which tney pay Chris tianity and Christian morals. ...PRESS and CHURCH. . "The press and church should be together In the work of elevating...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 April 1890

2 BURIED BY A LAND-SLIDE. Undent to a West-Bound Pas senger Train. Eeason for the Small Appropriation for California Rivers. The Suicide of a Prominent Portland Druggist Causes a Sensation— A Pioneer Merchant Killed. Special by the California Associated Press. Tkact. April 19.— Ai the west-bound •passenger train, N\r. 26, on the Livormore route, was passing a cut west of Midway a slide occurred, burying the engine and ex press-car and shoving the track several feet from its bed. No one was injured. An en gine was telegraphed for from Lathrop, which brought back the passenger-cars to Tracy, and the overland train took them west via Port Co3ta. Two work trains, with 150 men, have gone to the scene of tbe disaster. LiVEMfORE, April 19.— Train 2G. bound west, in charge of Conductor Dudley, ran i<ito a land-slide .twelve miles east of Liver more this afternoon, throwing the engine and express-car from the track. No person was injured. The hill is still sliding and the engine and car g...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 April 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. THE FIELD OF SPORT. Light Betting on the Smith-Car roll Fight. Speculations on the Lean-Kolb Match — Ang- Un in Readiness for Fishing Trips— Coursing. P^SIHE near approach of the championship /I^* games and the wrestling match between \Jj)y Lean ana Kolb are creating much talk and •*— speculation as to the probable winners in athletic circles. The outdoor athletes are very much pleased with the good prospects In store and they predict a great boom In athletics this summer. Pugilism Is gradually on (be wane and the ex citement which was attached to ring lights six months ago has died away so rapidly that only a content between Sullivan and Jackson would re vive now the old-time feeling of interest. The gun clubs are keeping up their monthly (hoots; but owing to a scarcity of pigeons the shooters may have to resort to the artificial targets. Angler; are leaving the city for the rural dis tricts, and as the streams aie well supplied with salmon fry this year, the sport ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 April 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL. .'Has a larger circulation than any other jj newspaper iiubli»h«*«l in Sun Francisco. PUBLICATION OFFICE : rFS Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock F. M. HRAKCH OFFICES: 710 Market " (■met, tear Keaniy, open until 12 o'clock midnight: 389 Hayes street, open until P::IO o'clock! 603 i-srkln street, open until 8:30 cluck, and MIS Mission street, opan until 9 o'clock p. ai. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: SAILY CALL (including .Sundays), *8 per year by (noil, postpaid: 15 cent! per week, or t>s cents per Calendar moiitli through carriers. DAILY CALL, five copies three mouths. a 6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve pages), SI 50 per year, postpaid* SUNDAY CALL a: d WEEKLY CALL f2 5!) per year, postpaid. V kkki.v CALL (eight pages), $1 25 per year, post laiu. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), $lv. WEATHER PREDICTIONS. Siosai. SI.UYHF, V. 8. A»«r,) Division of the Pacific, >• San Francisco, April 19. 1890— 8 ••■ «J ; Synopsis for the Past Twenty-four Hour!. Tbe baromet...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 April 1890

CITY HEAL ESTATE. . G^OpTTi/m HLEGANT MANSION oT~2O i^Z.U.\I\JU. rooms all. l batb, and lot 62x137:0, on the N. line ol Hayes st., near Fillmore. G. H. UMBSEN a CO.. 14 Montgomery st a|.2O SuTn'lh 3 v 1 I -11 POLK ST., NEAR UNION; HOUSE OF C ■'<'"• * rooms and lot 24:4x100: psrteasb. 1.. H. I MUSKN A CO., 1 : Montgomery. 20 SnTuTh 3 V li.|,||. LOT 75x100, ON BAKER .ST., NEAR «3>UUUU. IlaigUt G. H. UMBSEN 4 < 0., 14 Montgomery st. a:--0 SuTuTh 3t C? "I 1 A(\i\ HOWARD ST.. NEAR 6TH; 3 O 1 1..0UU. houses of 3 tenements, renting for SC.7 per month: lot 23x100. G. H. UMBSEN 4 CO., li Montgomery st ap2o SuTnTh 3t _ •irYidll CLEMENTINA ST.. NEAR IST; ijitiouli. house of rooms and store-room and lot 25xH0; good Investment G. H. DMBSEN * CO., 14 Montgomery st. ap2o SuTuTh 3t «U Wl 4IAII 2-STORY HOUSE AM) LOT 17:6 x lli.UUil. 80: routs $100 per month; near Market and Kcaruy sts. G. 11. I'MIIS N A CO., 14 Montgomery -■ »p2O SnTuTh HI m • CAM 18TII ST., N. LINE, NEAR CASTRO: i" ii v'U....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 April 1890

ro let. _^^ CO., 1013 VALENCIA nts collected anil bad ouseof 9 rooms; bath; , ise of 13 rooms; large (rounds, eic. $35— 101'H Twenty-nrst st. ; 8 rooms; bath; lauu- orj, etc.; nicely papered. $18— Nineteenth, nr. Castro; lower fiat; 5 rooms and bath: large basement; ouly one-halt block to cable-cars. $10— Twenty-fourth st: corner store; would make good barber-shop. Apply to HARRY L. WOKDEN 4 CO., 1013 Va- lencla st. ap'JO It HOUSES AND FLATS TO LET BY W. H. CRIM a CO., ■'.--- Montgomery st. 129 Grove st., near Van Ness aTe.— Handsome new bouse: 12 rooms and bath; $' ; -'J 50. 1010 Twentieth— Flat; 7 rooms, bath; £35. 100-- Twentieth— Flat: 6 rooms, bath: $32 50. 1135 Valencia— Flat; B rooms, bath: $27 60. 2422 Mission— 2 flats; 5 rooms and bath; $19 each. 24 Natoma— Rat; 4 rooms; $14. 290 Twenty-Second, near Harrison; 3 rooms: $13. 881-. Tebama— Fiat; 4 rooms: $12. . 174 Clementina, near Third— Flat; 3 rooms; $10. 620 Geary; Mat; 2 rooms: $10. 10441 Bryant— 3 rooms; $10. 1117 Missio...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 April 1890

MUD HORSES AHEAD. Close of the Blood-Horso Asso ciation's Spring Races. Four of the Five Favorites Badly Beaten. A Great Day for Fielders — Unruly Jockeys Suspended. OJlclnli and Tulßtn flniOTi«T H. I. TnouNTOJf, Messrs. Ramsdei-t, OtjKST, Anderson. J¥vi<t.i-E. I. >\,;i!l, U. T. CaHIIOI.L^ W. L. SfLLIVAK. Siartrr—Vi- U. Ooo»i»<i. Sin t u, 106, Cleinenson up— l:l3"i— o to 1. .llosemeade, 80, Ward up— l:22 —20 to 1. Uttindrop, US, Slurpky up— l: 48% — 4 to 1. R«tt»c, *•*» Sulli-ran up— l:sey = — 8 to 1. Kd McCilnnis, 1 ■■•», Murphy up— 3:o4— 3 to 1. .| ,M-.x l'iXJKl>l-\ tlie sun came out just Jj«t|R about noon yesterday and turned a L_j . gloomy, dismal morulng luto a pleasant t'aillornla spring day. Xlie charge was much appreciated by patrons o( Hie turt, and many who Lad determined to rent >1n In town went out to aw track to see the concluding day's sport ol the Bloou-liorse Association's spring meeting. „ li was a bad d:iy for backers ot the favoiitej, as ley fell he...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 April 1890

8 HAPPENINGS ACROSS THE BAY. Willard B. Farwell Brings a Suit to Condemn Land. lbs Consolidated Piedmont Cable Company In corporated—Death of Elizabeth B. Thomson. A Baptist Reunion. vvlllarn B. Farwell yesterday sued the Pacific- Land Investment Company and twenty-six others to condemn a stil.i of land 40 chains wide from tbe county road, 80.67 northwest to the Bay of San Francisco, including a portion of the artesian water belt at Alvarado. Farwell al lrces that lie wishes to furnish artesian water to Oakland, and tbat he Is willing to pay for the land U the court will Ox its value. Tne articles of Incorporation of the Consoli dated Piedmont Cable Company were filed yes terday. Tlie company Is the successor of tbe Piedmont Hallway Company anil the Fourteenth, street Ballroad Company. The capital stocK Is $2,000,000. The 1)1 lectors are: Phoebe A. Blair, Montgomery Howe, Samuel ll owe, Daniel Meyer, Ira Bishop, £. A. Heron find Wilson B. Horse. a RECKLESS GISIPMANT. As a cable car ...

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