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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 12 September 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Marriage of- Mr. John P. Jackson and Miss Elizabeth G. i% Adams. A NEW CATHOLIC CENTER. Grand Ball by the Locomotive Fire — The Rothweiler - Bruns Wedding — Girls' High School Celebrates Admission Day. Maze-Rogers Wedding — Party on Clinton Street— Personals. One of the principal social events of the sea son In Oakland was me elaborate home wed dine celebrated on Wednesday evcmut; at the ie-ider.ce of the bride's mother, Mrs. James Ados*. 049 filbert stieet, participated la t>y . -llic Irlenus and irlallvrs of the family. The contracting [mules were Mr. John P. Jackson Jr., sod of Colonel John P. Jackson, United Slates Sub- Treasurer of San Francisco, sod Mi»t> Elizabeth Grace Adams, daughter of the late .Klines Adams. At 8 o'clock the sweet strains of a wedding march were beard from Brandt's Orchestra, auu llev. Dr. Mackenzie of lbs Piesbyteilan Chinch In ibis city, the (Dictating clergyman, together vtllli the groom and Mr. Andrew Jackson as the b...

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. — 12 September 1890

8 THE STATE FAIR. A Good Attendance at the Race-Track Yesterday. • The Occident States Won by Coral in Three Straight Heats! Lad; Veils and Rupee Each Take a Purse. Paris Mutual Returns— To-day's Speed Programme. Special Despatches to The Mousing Call. Sacramento, Sept. 11.— The outlook at the present writing for the usual large at tendance at the State Fair is not exceedingly encouraging. Outside of the San Francisco diTi>ii>ii and the horsemen in general from all over tliu State, but few strangers are in the city. ■ The streets are not at all crowded as In past years, when locomotion was a matter of much difficulty and a stranger passing through would find it hard to be lieve that the. great fair of the State had been in progress for four days. Trip old wild rush for sleeping accommo dations is non tst. Plenty of good rooms are to be I. ad and prices for choice locations are witlilntlie reach of even second-grade millionaires. It usrd to be the gr^at aim of every horse ■' ma...

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. — 13 September 1890

[S.oocco«*i<coco'?coK i "c*i*r*ioiox*^i»ioK||3i I I THE BADGE | [V Of public approval was long ago given to V V THE CALL ! That is why it is the £ b V—WANT—MEDIUM ! .v '^.'^ ~ ' $ Ji.*i, i3j-i«r«!»>x > i y i > >i»>>>r»'i«>ioT»>*«'*«*v r «v»'«'»*«*»*«T 3], VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 105. BARRUNDIA'S DEATH. Story of an Eye-Witness of the Tragedy. An Order cf Arrest That Was Virtually tte General's Death-warrant Cowardly Behavior of These Who Were Commissioned to Execute It—lndig ■ nation or the Americans. ■ . £ rce!»l r.tclics to Tut Morning ("ail. Xew York, Sept. 12.— Pacific Mail steamship Colon, which reached here to day, brought seme of the pts-cngcrs who were on board the steamship Acnpulco at the time of the killing of General Barrundia, and. one of the eye-witnesses of the tragedy told the story to the representative of the Associated Frets. It appears that General Barrundia came on board at Acapulco, Mexico, and whs understo.d to bo on his way to San Salva...

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. — 13 September 1890

2 HARMONY PREVAILS. BcpnbHcana Preparing for an Earlj Primary. Genercl Cutting S.iys He Is Hot Posing as a Candidate for Ccneress— Club Meetings and Notes. The n-publicaniCpunty Committee met nt headquarters last nrght. Dr. R. C. Meyers presiding. Mm-: Jacob reported that the Executive Committee bad met tlv Presidents and Vice- Presidents of the various precinct clubs and also t be State Central Committee, and at the meetings campaign matters were dis cussed, with the r< suit that in every direc tion ;vie indications that the T'.epublican i arty is thoroughly harmonicas. The meeting was followed by sm executive session, at whirb arrangements were made to Issue a call for primaries as quickly as possible. A number of vnenn^ies create! by excused, move ! and Ineligible applicants for registra tion offices will he filled on M<> id iv. The Executive Committee will meet on Monday night to arrange details. Whan the County Committee meets next Wednesday evening tlie date of the co...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 September 1890

CONVENTION NOTES. Trcfzcs From the State World's Fair Association. ■ . General Dissstisftcticn With the Result of the Delegates' Meeting— la There a Gr. b In It 1 The Board of Directors of the State World's Fair Association held an adjourned meeting at the Chamber of Commerce yes terday morning, and resolved itself into a committee to consider the apportionment plan resolved upon Hie previous evening. After an informal discussion of some length, a temporary division of the State v. as made, and names of prominent men from the different sections were mentioned for pJaPeson the Executive Committee. The particulars of this arrangement will not be wade public until it is known that the Gentlemen concerned will accept. Daring the meeting it was suggested that the 1 board Incorporate, but, while the idea was unanimously approved of, it was resolved to withhold farther action until the next meeting of the board, a mouth hence. . DISSATISFIED DELEGATES. Though permanent ir£nnization seems t...

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. — 13 September 1890

4 - ;■: THE MORNING CALL !':» a larger circulation tlian any other newspaper pnMifln'il in San Francisco. PUBLICATION 0 1 ' V I : 526 Montgomery street, near Clay. open until 11 "'.lock r. «■ BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market Strict mar Reartiy. open until 12 o'clock midnight; «•-£ ye 3 street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 11-s.ikiii itreet. open until i»:30 u'locK, ana 8818 Ulaloii rtroi t. open until 9 o'clock: p. v. 'pruscitimoN BATES: rAII.Y 'a! L (Including Sundays), SB per year by n-m!. postpaid : li> cents per week, or 65 rents per knifmbr nioutl) through carriers. DAILY CALL, five hi Ira three months. 96 25. BUMDAY CALL (twelve pages), *1 50 per year, postpaid, SUNDAY call m.tl V i I_Kl.\ CALL *'_' SO per year, postpaid. 11 Kirn 1,1 CALL (eight pases), »1 '.'5 per year, post ikidj CJubs of ten (sent to one address), 4>lU SPECIAL NOTICE Fill: THE SUMMKK MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend going to the country tlur -11 i. l'lit- runnier months can have Till-: DAILY CALL nu.iltti.il&...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 September 1890

BUSINESS CiIANCKS. . Do YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR BUSINESS or do you w.int a partner In any established ana fair-pas >ug business, no mutter what line? 1 h-ive over 100 parties waiting to Invest, either as a hair or a whole. In store business, hotels, restaurants livery stables, manufacturing, mult or inner rentes' liquor business, cigar-stores, wood and coal yards! bay and feed business, butcher-shops, eollee-saloons teaming or express business, commission imsinosT ... any other respectable line; my parties hare the B.cnej : come and see me at once; established •'■■ , ears: all l.usiiiesj strictly private, K. KENNY, r j" 1 1. 1 ■ ■ r i m . it Q .")( (00 FIRST-CLASS HOTKL FOR SALE; „■,„«.,. H..i," a . -' r "-' : ''•'•r-'aiii: located In one of our it tiis VJ \* tow ,' I In the luterlor of the State: is ™« h rmlnna ■■; one 0! prtnclpal lallroads: this ; ',°°"' ! Positively clearing *200 per month; lot 1MIX150: fine house of 30 rooms; line bar-room. . c"V"'« lal ', o ""' r Improvements...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 September 1890

6 AN OL.D HOMESTEAD. IT stands beside the winding way Where countless flowers smile. Time-toned Into a silver tray. An .indent, shingled pile. ■ Beside the gate a lilac lair Is brhint Mill' Msy-raln pearls, And trom the chimney In the air A smoke-skein softly curls. A willow ripples like the sea In musical unrest. And cradles In its drapery An astien Hornet's nest. Fright tulips .it the doorway set Their airy ira?ranee spill; A jar of creamy mlsnonette Is on the wludow-alll. There Is a str.ißell"K hedge of box Beneath toe drowsy trees: The air is rich « Kh rose and phlox And murmurous with bees. The happy insects drone and hum '.Mid daisies white as curds. And in the swaying pear »'id plum Klpple the songs ul birds. The garden pathway wanders through * The cjulet shade until Beueath an elm It tails Into A cres>y, crjstal rill. The dusty road begins to wind, AT.d all the balmy scene Melts soltly from my view behind A redar's billowy preen. B. K. XH-SKiTTKii'K in Youth's Companion,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 September 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. The Monthly Eiitort.iininent and Dante ly the Kiilive Sens of Vermont. THE EASTCN LIKKER PARTY. Diminutive Native Sons' Fete in Los Angeles — Birthday Farty on Herman Street — Townsend Farewell in Oakland — The Levy-Martin Wedding— A Drive to Haywards^ — Personal Notes. HIM Ella S. Partridge will clve a musicale to day at her lesiaeuce ou Leavcnworth street. Miss Beg ma Clianiplon gave a pleasant recep tiuu last 'lliinsoay evtulug at the home of her mother, Mir. Ada a. Champion, 1112 Alice 'street. Oakland. The talute Claire Club of San Jose celebrated . Us. second anniversary by a bulls-head break fan, J.c d la»t fcuuday ntar HieUuadalupe quick silver mines. A reception was tendered In the parlors of tbe Conjtrtsatteoa] church, iSacrai^euto, to the new pastor. Key. J. B. Ulicox. on bis a nival from Oak land. 'li.eie »a« a laige attendance and an en joyable eveuliig was eat. A concert. will be civeu tills evening In the Con gregational chut ell iv SSuuol,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 September 1890

8 NEVADA DEMOCRATS. Proceedings of tlie State Con . Yention at Reno. Tueotlore Winters Receives the Nomination lor Governor. Oilier Sections for State Offices — A Lengthy Arraignment or the Republican Party. BpecUl Dispatches to The Mousing Cali. ■Rexo, Sept. 12. -The Democratic Conven tion met in session at 10 o'clock. After be ing called to order the various committees made their reports, ail of which were adopted without amendment or discussion, except the report on platform nnd resolutions. An effoit was made to have the clause demand ing a Constitutional Convention stricken out, tut it did not prevail. Following Is the plat furui adopted : THE PLATFORM. The Democratic party of the State of Nevada again proclaims its devotion to Democratic prin ciples, and pledges Its fidelity to elective Institu tions, a Government of the people honestly ad niimsti led by representatives of the people, freely chosen nilhout bribery, Intimidation or conupt The devoted and resolute advocate ol po...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 September 1890

lj_3]OC*-*-*-***-*"*''*-*-*-*-*^***- 4 -*-***- *-_*_-'•*♦"**-£♦"'*"-*-" |__j ll" FACE TO FACE ! g M . ' '-XX7-XX-X b |vj Anyone brought face to face with the want ads >,\ |Xi in to-day's CALL will see that It Is the X JK| ... o*-*ri_ Y want __EDI XJ_v_ I fe :T_ '•'♦."• ■•"'"-1.-. ♦! , . - .♦l*' ♦_ .»_ ♦_♦_■_._♦_.«* ...^jffiji VOL. LXVIII. NO. 106. THEIR SUPPORT WILL BE RETAINED. Instria's Position Strengthened by the Renewal of the Triple Alliance. -ftTJABBLE OVER THE BALKANS. Signor Crispi Fails to Carry His . Point — Maneuvers of German Troops — Endeavors to Extend Socialism— The Emperor's Prom ises to the Working Classes. Minister Phelps and Wife Com ing Home on a Vacation. Copyrighted, 1890, by the New Tori Associated Press. Ber_i-*, Sept 13.— The extension of the triple alliance to May, 1897, has been ac cepted by Emperor William, at the request of the Austrian Govern ment. The revised treaty increases the guarantees of both Germany and Italy to support Austria in the event ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 September 1890

2 FROM DEL NORTE TO SAN DIEGO. Auspicious Opening of the Repub lican Campaign Through out the State. BONFIRES, MUSIC AND PARADES. The Meetings Everywhere Largely Attended by Enthusiastic Crowds. Party Issues Discussed by Elo quent Orators— Exciting Primary ; Election in Oakland — County Conventions and Nominations. Special Dlipatclna. to Tin: Mornixo Call. Los Angeles, Sept 13.-The Republi cans of this city inaugurated the campaign this ever. with a torch-light parade, fire works and a grand ratification meeting at Hazzard's Pavilion. The profession, of which L. E. Mosher was Grand Marshal, was composed mainly of the various Repub lican clubs, and male a fine appearance. At the Pavilion there was a large gather ing, the great building being well filled. The Hon. William F. Fitzgerald presided and introduced the Hon. John B. Reddick, the nominee for Lieutenant-Governor. Mr. Reddick made a ten-minute speech, which was heartily applauded, and then yielded to Hon. M. M. Estee, who deliv...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 September 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. BACK AGAIN AT THEIR WORK. A Short Strike of Central Pacific Switchmen. Bonthorn Pacific Officials Arrange a Schedule Of Wages Which Will B- Sub mitted to Trainmen To- Day. At 1 o'clock on Friday morning twenty five switchmen employed in the Central Pa cific freight-yards, at Fourth and Townsend streets, blew out their lanterns, quit work, went home, and decided to call their maneu vers a strike. Yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock twenty of the number gathered around Superinten dent A. 1). Wilder, in the Fourth-street yard, informed him that they had been-mis led, that they were sorry for what they had done, that they w uld never do so again, that they had never been in favor of strikes, that they clearly discerned their mistake, and desired to return to work. . After hearing their stary, Mr. Wilder read them a short lecture on strikes, drawn from twenty-five years' experience in railroading, forgave, them the trouble ihey had given the "ctfflii any, themselves and t...

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. — 14 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL p_n a larger circulation than any other n-_«VOper_i.nl>Hsheil in *■"■ Francisco. rtTBLICATIO*. OFFICE : _■_ -lonteonierr street, near .open until 11 -WOC* T M. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market street, near Kearny. open until 12 o'clock midnight: «■- Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 Larkln street, open until 9:110 o'lock, and '--IS Union street, open until 9 o'clock p. m. •SlßSC'ltirriON KATES: .All V CAI X (Including Sundays), *8 per year by nml. postpaid: 15 cents per week, or (55 cents per ca len-ar month through carriers. *____ t' A 1.1,. live „, leslla_e_lont_S.»S 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve rages), Sl 60 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL .11 WEEKLY --M.L *2 50 per year, postpaid. WEEK-.- CALL (eight pages), *1 -5 per rear, post laid. Clubs ol ten ,mii: to one adilr__). $10. 61'F.riAI. MITU'K FOU TUE SUMMER MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend going to the country dor ll p tin- summer mtmtlis can have THE DAILY CALL Dialled to them for a week or longer at regular B...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 September 1890

CITY BEAT, KSTATE. <^1 !. fiOO TOST J f-^ NEART-oTfEsT NICE c- 1 i U.UUU. residence of 12 rooms aim bath- atone sidewalks, etc.; lot 25x137:6. G. 11. I MRSE_j A CO., 14 Montgomery st. se!4 St SuTuTh *i<'(W!(l PHEASANT ST., NKAR TAYLOR; 3 «_ Uvuo. fine new bay-window flats of 5 and 0 rooms and bath each: brick foundations, etc- lot 20x80; rents $39 50. G. H. DMBSEN * CO.. 14 Montgomery st. se_4 3tSuTmh ffi72:.fl _F"s_ ST., -NEAR PIERCE: LOT -^ I -.111, 6ax137:6. G. H. DMBSEN ft CO. 14 Montgomery sell 3trSnT_Th 510 000 o ' fakl'ellst..nearstei.ni;r.1 'ellst..nearstei.ni;r. •_ 1 xj. xjxjxj, elegant bay-window residence of 10 "°™j»"'ll>*ltl>; brick foundations, laundry, etc.; V°«u . : i? x . 1 ? 7 - 6 ' sall 'e. carriage house, etc. G. H. t._l_s_.N a CO.. 14 Montgomery st. se!4 3tSuTuTh 511 Mil) 1 "-- SACRAMENTO ST, AND ■vi J i-.xjxj xj. Devlsadero: elegant 2-story bay- window resilience of 8 rooms and bath: stationary wa«h-stano_, laundry, etc.; conservatory, brick foundati...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 September 1890

6 CITY_BJE^I_JESTATE. B~ ADT JACOBS * BRANDON', 313 MONT- gomery st. C N^r*aV.:,,.k,. ; ; rn.rrsr.l. : a.,.:iy ' prices elegaut residence and fine Investment properties. BOUSES AND PLATS. ■IS nnn— st . bet. Powell ami Mason: 2 flats an* br_. incut 19 in front: house of . rooms -°^ _or^..nf-Sr^-W. corner; house if -flats™ Bush »Li rent $100; corner 27:8; un- n-irnchririrrr, sis. E. line: 2-story residence of , :'-,...' barn; bet litis!, sutter ° «4500— Harrison and 2oth sis.; "*"• corner; house of 5 rooms ; comer 22 :6x50 : unimproved. $T5OO-llayes st; N. line; handsome collage of 6 rooms and bath modern. $12 -00-Hsrrlson and Ist sts.; NE. corner; house of u'roums: lot 45:6x68:6. .... „ KtHOO— Hancock st; s. line, Let. Sanchez and N ue-' cottngo or 5 rooms and bath; modern; cau be "st. S. line. bet Rrotlerlik and Baker; elegant cottage: 8 rooms aud bath: brick foundation; lot 36x127 :8 l _. .__.,. „,, -Lombard St.. s. line. bet. Stockton and 1.*,..::- 11 large rooms and bath: lot 50x...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 September 1890

TURNING OUT TO MEET MARKHAM Entlinsiastic Opening of the Re publican Campaign. A Ma-fnlflcent Exception Given to the Ntxt Governor— Over Three Thousand in At tendance at the Meeting. Fully 3500 people crowded into Odd Fel lows' Hall last night to be present at the opening of the campaign by the Republi cans, aud hundreds more, unable to effect an entrance, were compelled to turn re luctantly away. Every seat in the auditorium was occu pied and every available foot of standing room was taken up by those eager to catch a glimpse of the next Governor and to listen to the speeches. In the galleries were many ladies who took the liveliest interest in the proceedings, and evinced fully as much enthusiasm as their sterner male es corts. A more representative audience It would have been hard to gather, and a glance over the sea of faces was sufficient to convince the beholder that the best citizens of Kan Francisco were out in force. A number of Democrats were In -attend- Jj frtrce, and whi...

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. — 14 September 1890

8 Dinner Party Given by Mrs. Voluey Spanldlng Last Mouthy. THE TOEIN BIRTHDAY PARTY. Senator Jones Presented With a Cane— Smilh-Coleman Wedding in Oakland — A Los Angeles Luncheon— Rose Party in Oak land—Success Ledge Anniver sary — General and Personal Notes. V Wrs. Ellen __cJ*amara Invited a number of friends id her resldeuce, Oil Van Ness aveuue, ou Admission day to view the parade. Alter thoroughly enjoying the procession and its inci dents, the friends sat down to a dainty luncheon, which was followed by music and dancing In the parlors. At the tennis tournament at Ban Rafael It was the common opinion among llie spectators that Messrs. Walter Mctiavin and J. Tobiu deserved the honors they won in llie gentlemen's doubles. Miss Wilkinson, as the winner of ihe ladles' sin gles, received many congratulations and none moie cordial than those of Mrs. Sherwood, who would doubtless have proved a formidable com petitor had she been well enough to enter the lists. Mrs. General George A. ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 September 1890

SOADAY EDITION. •wf<D__n. » HMAITF f D MP MT EDAM AUD PIAfIT MDftDTMMT !___ *ImAND __HhUuHU!MM MUM dun bwhk Ui_r__Kl llu__U !«• Ladies' Fall Jackets! At $7,E50. LADIES' DOUBLE-BREASTED REEFER JACKETS, material fine black or blue chevron, bound all around with mohair ( braid, pocket lapels and puffed shoulders, stylish bone buttons, will be offered at $7 50 each. . . m At £.10, LADIES* DOUBLE-BREASTED LOOSE- FRONT JACKETS, made of striped or plain chevron, stitched or bound all j around with braid, large silk buttons, | high shoulders and slashed back, length . 25 inches, will be offered at SIO each. At $12,50. LADIES' VERT NOBBY LOOSE-FRONT JACKETS, made of black beaver or chevron, large revere collar of astra- ■ chan, four fine silk military loops, entire garment trimnud with astrachau, will be offered at $12 50 each. At r_ls. LADIES' DOUBLE-BREASTED AND LOOSE-FRONT JACKETS, made of j fine diagonal chevron, rolling collar, high j shoulders, entire garment trimmed with braid and ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 September 1890

10 THE FIELD OF SPORTS. Regimental Shoot at Shell Mound Park. Th? Ec.rr-m.cto Athletic Meeting— An Extra ordinary High Jump— Quail Shoot ing in Vineyards. Rr»_HE amateur athletes of this city an 3__> ticlpate a gala time at Sacramento $1$ next Wednesday, and record-breaking will certainly te in order, as the field of Starters in every event will be large. The little quails have no longer time to rest. The season for the shooting of them opened last Wednesday, and to-day the coun try ill ho scoured by hunters anxious for the opportunity of making a reputation. . The oarsmen are resting, and it is sug gested that something be done to encourage the young members to continue rowing. The riflemen will hold some big shooting contests this month, and to-day tbe Third Kegiinentwlll have its final shoot at Shell Uouini. TUE ATHLETES. Clubmen Who Will Go to Sacramento on -J'uesday. The members of the Pacific Coast Ama teur Athletic Association will have their Bnai practice tliis forenoon a...

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