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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 September 1890

A Week That Will Be Fleasautly Remembered by All Onr Managers. MISS GRANGER'S STAGE CAREER. Like the Serial Novelette, All the Pieces Are to Be Continued This Week, Excepting at the Baldwin, Which Goes Under i • Cloture Preparations for the \ " Crystal Slipper "at the Gran& and, at the Alcazar, for "The Man From Maine." The appearance of our streets brings to mind a remark made by a visitor who hap pened to arrive in the city on a certain Gth of July, when the municipality was in the same etate •d adornment that it is at present. " Mr. ,'* said he, addressing a friend. " your city seems to bave broken out in a rasb of Gags." . "Ah," was the reply, "you forget that we have jnst passed through our annual Fouith of July patriotic fever," "Just so," was the response; "but am I wrong in concluding that when the fever is over the symptoms ought to disappear?" It iS a moot point if the many banners and —fl_>:s that float and flow along our principal thorough fares, more flying in th...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 September 1890

12 A TRIP ACROSS THE ANDES. Notes of Travel From Mendoza to Santa Kosa de Los Andes. Theodore Child Tells of Hen and Manners in the Vast Country Between the At lantic and the Cordillera. fiHEODORE CHILD, a popular and mPw highly entertaining writer for maga jj__. ? zinc?, has recently made a trip across the Andes from Mendoza to Santa Kosa de los Andes, and in an interesting article to the current number of Harper's gives an account of the peculiar features and man ners in the vast expanse of country that ex tends from the Atlantic to the Cordillera. Following are choice bits from this article: Our little caravan consisted of six mules— one for me, one for Beuigno, one for the baggage, two spare animals in case of acci dent, and the "yegua madrina," or bell mule, which all the others follow. The general order of march was the "madrina," the spare mules aDd the baggage mule in the van, followed by Beuigno, who drove them. on with bis lasso, and chased them back into tic path when the...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 September 1890

SUMY EDITION. !■ ■■ ■ ■ ■!! I ■^ai-^-_Pi--*_____-« ■___»___-«—^»»m^^»^^^— - _.. _ , BILLIARDS AND BATTLE. Alplionse Daudet Tells a Tery Queer Slory About Mar slial MacMahon. LOST A FIGHT BUT WON A GAME. A Notable Game With the Ivories Amid Smoke and Fume of Can non—The Soldiers Die at Their Posts, but the Marshal Continues to Play— Flight of the French Army — Exciting Scene. . Written for The Si-spay Call. ___________________MK__________W (T^^S l ' iey had been fighting for two ■■MA i days and hail passed the preceding «tv. night with their knapsacks on their backs beneath the drenching rain, the sol diers were exhausted! Nevertheless, for three mortal hours, they had been kept waiting, with grounded arms, in the puddles of the highways and tile mud of the soaked fields. Overcome with fatigue and loss of sleep, their uniforn s heavy with water, tliey hud dled together to keep warm, to sustain themselves. There were somo who slept as they stood leming en their neighbors' knap sacks, ...

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

14 TWIXT THE CUP AND THE LIP. A Story, by F. C. PHILIPS, Author of "As in a Looking-Glass," "The Dean and His Daugh ter," etc.. etc. I iijui _t. .'OUT [-""l** was an only son. J •■'!'■ He had lead a wandering life, and, after f_o^some leu years In the colonies, be had re -2Zsyf turned 10 England at his father's wish to settle down. In thai ten years be had gained some knowledge of tbe world— that was all. But bis lamer, being an old man, wished to see bis son and bless blm before he died. John, like n.o-t wanderers, was susceptible, He bad hardly been a mouth In England before he met the nicest girl ill the world. Ills liking was re turned, parents consulted, and nothing remained . Inn to prepare the settlements and to fix the day. Old Baldwin would commit himself to nothing more than this: " I have provided for John In making trim my residuary legatee. He Is my only son; 1 can say no more." ■ James Baldwin bad always been a saving man. Utile -by little the -novv-lrnll of his fortun...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 September 1890

THE SIGHTS OF AULD EDINBURGH. - ... ■ r; ■■..,..'■■. . John Swinton Visits the Far . Famed Ancient Capital of Scotland. THE PEOPLE AND THEIR WAYS. Scenes of Romance, Tradition and Interest — The Carnegie Free Library— Some of the Imposing f Structures of the Modern Athens. *"; , -^'-'-.::-rr -r--J; - . -r... -- ,r. Picturesque Costumes — From • Castle to Palace. ISPyDD-rBURGH (Scotland), Aug. 12.— ry£ Tliere is an array of Americans in Ed *__s_l inb argil this summer enjoying the at mosphere and sunshine of this healthful city, promenading or sauut«"::£ through its interesting old and its stylish new qpe«.-<l»._.¥iifg* its quaint and its classical architecture, visiting its scenes of historic interest and romantic tradition, looking up the haunts of its famous or memorable men, climbing the slopes of the three hills on which it is built, enjoying the many gardens and parks by which it is adorned, learning something of its great institutions of culture, admiring its picturesque fe...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 September 1890

16 THE STRAND AND ITS SIGHTS. A Most Wonderful and Very In teresting Old Thorough- _.. fare of London. OLD CHURCHES AND HOUSES. How the Famous Street Appeared in the Time of Queen Elizabeth and as It Appears To-Day — The Present Center of the Theatrical World— The Palace of Justice, Where the Strand Ends. ?T*r,IIE Strand is the direct continuation __' v "' Fleet street from Temple Bar to $l)f_V Trafalgar square. It was in oH days the. hi .bnay between the cities of London r.ni Westminster. It is now one of the greatest of metropolitan thoroughfare - . It Is also the plainest of all. Save the Grand Hotel at one end aud the Palace of Justice at the other end, and lire churches of St. Clement, and St. Mary Somerset House is really on tiro Thames Embankment), the street contains nothing of architectural mer it The Strand shows you how painfully plain the English can make a street when they try. The Strand has alway been un lucky in tin- matter of ugliness. It has had «> much work to ...

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. — 15 September 1890

KNOWN QUANTITIES WHICH PROVE THAT THE CALL IS THE GREVT BEAI ESTATE MEDIUM! TS^-.A-TL, ESTATE A.I3S : IN SUNDAYS (ALL .. 4O 1 IN SUNDAY'S CHRONICLE 595 IN SUNDAY'S EXAMDfER . SOY VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 107. ERICSSON'S REMAINS His Body Transferred From the Baltimore. The . Ceremonies and Procession at Stockholm, Grand Duke Constantine Banished to Arch angel — The Czarowich Sent Abroad. The Swiss Revolt. fpcclal Diai.atclies to Thk Moknixg Call. ; Stockholm, Sept. 14.— The body of Cap tain Jolin Ericsson was landed from the United St tes warship Baltimore this after noon. The transfer was made with much ceremony. A Ilec<*ntion Committee, which Included three officers of the navy and four oepnews of the deceased, met on bi ard the Baltimore at 1:30 o'clock. Speeches were made by Captain Schley of the Baltimore, in deliveries the body to the American Minister; by the latter in consigning it to Adn>ira: Peyron and by the Admiral in ac cep'.in charge of the bo;ly. The remains were then t...

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. — 15 September 1890

2 STREET FAKIRS. How Some Familiar Vendors Make a Good Living. San Fr.icci*co the Curbstrns Talesman's rirEdist— Pr.fits in Selling Their Wares— The Hfdicine Man. Pan Francisco is the pr.ra<li«e of street fakirs. One meets tliem at every other corner mid along the sidewalks inttil iheircry Incomes a pi >.ti..' nuisance, and pedestrians weary o! hearing the wonderful merits of the fakir'- g ods extolled. Andyetthe Bireets would seem lonely without \U voice, for the industtious curb stone salesman adds his share to the city's noise and bustle. Citfaseni have grown to ri'gmd li:s business as one of to-Uay's ia- speusable institutions. \ How he ever got h a name the fakir bim -1 Belf rarely knows. Nordo several persons who understand that the word is susceptible ci construction of many m airings. For nierlj lakirs were relieioua be^ars; later on he si Id goods by shady scheiLing; aud m w he is ■ street idor. I r l be line Is drawn ; gainst ddlersof mer chandise down on Monteomery ...

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. — 15 September 1890

__, MISCELLANEOUS. ITo-day We Remain | Onr entire fore? will bo busily engaged all day getting |§} I ROOds ready for sale TO-MORROW which will shake up m j the Fonndation of many a clothing house in town. Gen- g^ 1 tlesnen, it's a case of must ; we've more OVERCOATS than rfej? a we've srot room for, and another important thing is that we *%& I We've got to have it. So come out to-morrow with coin in i|| ri your pockets and we will load you up with the grandest |||| ES barsnins ever seen this side of Chicago. Wgi I I TWEED OTKRCOATS, LIU VALUE AT $10, price en 'em g TO-MOREOW g There's no funny business about this sale. We need §|g pa coin, so you'll get tuir goods for about one-half the actual mj- price. aj& Pp HUNDREDS OF L'RETTY OVERCOATS, neat and service- raj |f|l able ones, 'II leave our tables to-morrow for the low Ugl &|| price of |. | Q OH, WE'RE IN FOR IT. Yon can't hardly form an il |13j idea of the great sacrifices we are making to raise coin. i|| m TONS OF RE...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Ha* a larger circulation than any other ' newspaper i>n»lisln-.l in S:m Francisco. PITBI.ICATION OIFICE : B". r . Bontgoinery street, near Clay, open mitn 11 lock r. m. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market ftrrct.ncar Kearny.opcn until IS o'clock midnight; «fP Hayes street, open until 8:30 o'clock: 603 Lailin ttrtet, open until 8:30 o'lock, and 2513 iiifisitiii tlreet, pen until 9 o'cloct p. M. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: r .mt.v < All. (Including Sundays), $fi per yesrny : r : i .postpaid; 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per colei:<iar month through carriers. DAILY CA1.1,. live li,ni.i:.li:-.>!i 25. BUMDAY CALL (twelve I age.-), $1 50 per y:>r. postpaid. SINDAY CALL mil WKEKLY CALL »■_' 5U per year,' postpaid. >M.KKLY CALL (elgbt pases), jl 25 per year, n.,sc liud. Ciubs ol ti d ,-< D 1 to one address), $10. BI'ECI.VL NOTICE FOX THE SUKaTCB MONTHS. Bnl scrlhers who Intend going to tlte country dor li tiie summer months can have the daily gall mailed t»> them...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 September 1890

HI'SIXKSS CHANCES. TTo YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR BUSINESS OR J ' do you w-nt a partner In any established and fair-paying business, no matter what line? 1 bave over 1110 parties waiting to invest, either as a half or a whole, in store business, hotels, restaurants livery Btai bs, mauuracturlng, milk or paper routes liquor business, cigar-stores, wood and coal jirl- haj nnd feed business, butcher-shops, coffee-saloocs' _ Seaming "' express business, commission business' •ir any other rcspectableline; my parties bave the inotiey; come and see me at once: established -J » years; all business .strictly private. K. KENNY, 22 Kearny st . lt SR9OOO M '"-K-RANCH AND HOUTE FOR ■U, -uw, sale; 20 first-class cowi; has the very best paying class or private trade; will give you a trial before buying; is clearing $200 per month over expenses: borsi wagons and canß. etc., are Included lv above. Apply K. KENNY, '-'- Kemny.lt V>(j/\ BUTCHER-SHOP FOB SALE; A VERY ■!_ <l»\_'V/. fluolocatlon at Missi...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 September 1890

6 EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. A Feriod of Reaction After the Celebration of Admis sion Day. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS. 1 Good Prospect for an Active Aulumn Season— Berg Crystal Wed ding — Eschman-Wcissich Mar riage — Parties to Take Place. Interesting Coast Weddings. Personal Notes. - ■ ■ -. The celebration or lan week will always De notable in ilia History ot ttie KiHte, and those who wilnes-e.t Its triumpU3 will lons conpratu late them«clves on having been present. Its niemoiy will be a prominent lnouumcnt in the facile night of lime, markina a (llstlnct era of protress In Calif oi nia wlilcii for Uie week w.is naturally concentrated in San Francisco. For a time all regulaiity lias been unset; the city has opeueil its arms to welcome an unprecedented Influx of Ttjltors fi 0111 tl:e interior; receptions baaejsets, i cessions and bßll* nave api eared to usurp, as by ri^lit, all Uie time usually divided between work and play. So craudly liave citi zeD.» and visitors co-operated tl al ...

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. — 15 September 1890

SUNDAY SPORTS. Filial Shoot cf liio Third Regi ment, National Guard. ■ Those Who 'Will Receive State Decorations for Kerit of Earksmanship— Germania Schue'.sen Clnb. Clouds of powder smoke hung over Shell Mound Park all day yesterday, The differ ent companies compp sing the Third Regi ment, N. G. C, held their final shoot for State decorations, and as yesterday's result was to decide the merit of marksmanship the In dividuals participating were obliged to do their utmost to sustain the honor of their different companies. Colonel Barry, as usual, was present to en courage bis regiment and in every way lent his aid to better the scores of the partici pants. The day's proceedings were undercharge of Thomas Drady, Inspector of Rifle Practice, and he filled the arduous duties of that ofßce with satisfaction to the regiment The requirements of the State from the National Guard in the yearly shoots is that ail members of the National Guard of Cali- B fornia in order to obtain a decoration ...

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. — 15 September 1890

8 OAKLANDS' REVENGE. Get Even With Stocktons for Saturday's Defeat. Sloorc's Altonipt at One-Hand Catching Gives Tlicm a Start. Boih Sidei Put Up en Interesting Game. O'H:il Fined— The Cripples »t Sacramento. The /mftteurß end Their Scores. The Oaklands defeated the Stocktons in a well-played and Interesting game yesterday •at the Haight-streel grounds. The weather wa» cool and agreeable nnd the atteudauce was one of the largest that has gathered there for me time, while the cranks were there in nnnsual numbers, »ud their sym pathy seemed to"be against Captain ".Noisy" O'Xeil's te im. Stockwell hi d to retire on account of sick ness, iind Hiri Moore was sigued in liis p ace For the first two innings the game was to all nrrearances a sure thing for the Stock tons, but in the third iiinii what seemed to everybody to be a grandstand i. lay of Moore's, turned the course of the game. With no runs to their credit Cnntillipn rame first to the bai for the Colcnels, and batted a fly to Moore...

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. — 16 September 1890

|X KNOWN QUANTITIES >; i»]! WHICH PEOVE THAT THE CALL IS THE GREAT •' & BEAL ESTATE MEDIUM ! X |C- K-E3A.Hi ESTA.TE3 ADS: V iV IN SUNDAY'S CALL 4O 1 V VIX SUNDAY'S CHBONICLE gg 5 '.' IS IN MMIAVSKXAMINKK v::""."" _ aO 7 Q 3 :•:•»»:•:•:•»:•:•»:•. •:•»»:♦:•:•:•:•:•:♦»: Q VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 108. BAD AS CONGRESS. The Portnguese Cortes Enlivened ■■ ■ by a Fight. A Stormy Debate Over the Adoption of tbe Treaty lit& England. Major Serpa Pinto Assaulted bj a Progression ist Priest— The Czarowitz to Visit the United States. Special Dispatches to The Morniso Call. Lisnox, Sept. 15.— Tlie reassembling of the Cotles to-day caused great excitement throughout tUe city, as a stormy debate on the Anglo-Portuguese treaty was expected. Sliqps and offices were closed aud tliousar.ds of citizens of all classes made their way to the Parliament buildings. Soon after the opeuing of the Cortes, Tti belro, the Minister of Foreign Affairs moved the adoption of the Anslo-Portuguese treaty, lie began...

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. — 16 September 1890

2 AFTER POND'S SEAT. The Fight .Aiiion?,' <he Republicans Grows Warm. Buckley Worried (Wer the GroVlng Discontent Among the Democrats— Earkham Be ception at North Beach. There is a feeline of increased interest in tho fight for the Republican nomination for Mayor, and the various aspirants are begin ning to work with a will. Wendell Easton, ! whom the De Young faction of the Union League are endeavoring to "boom," is doing everything within his power to advance himself in public favor, and has in his cm l oy a number of patiiots, who are industri ou.-ly circulating for signatures a "request" for Mr. Eatti li to allow his name to go be fore tii- coiivt lr.ion. Wliena s-uflicieut num ber of names' have been obtained, the "reai:e-t" will be published, and Mr. Eastcn, following the plan mapped out by 1 iniseli, will be overwhelmed with, surprise. With a becomina show of modesty, of course, he will liesit it.-, but will finally consent The "1-. quest" is similar tv the oue which circu...

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. — 16 September 1890

PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Synopsis of Superintendent An derson's Report. fin Entire Chanjc in the Present School L»w I 3 Hcccmmended-The School Funds Are Imprcvidenlly Spent. " Tho year has been characterized," says Superintendent Anderson, introducing his annual report of the School Department, " by the usual degree of prosperity, and our schools have maintained vith credit the honorable position which they have at tained in the estimation of our people. The teachers have been faithful to the important trusts committed to their Keeiiti;:, and their zeal and fidelity have enabled tlie pupils to I make very conin endab'.e progress iv all work prosecuted in the schools." Comment ng on the fact that no material changes li;ive been made in the department, the Superintendent cays this is wise. Too often lirards of Ed i cation or Superintend ents institute changes before time has been afforded to test the virtue of the methods nlready in use; and frequent changes at best are detriment il to tlie wh...

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. — 16 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Hb« « larcer circulation than any otliei newspaper ynMislw.l In S.-in Francisco. " nill.K Ol'FlfE: B?5 ■OTtKomary street, near Clay, open mitll 11 ovrort r m. HBANOH OFFICES:. 710 Market ttnet.near hearuy.oi.en until IStfeloci midnight; S£B Hnyea street, open until 9:KO o'clock: 603 Larktti Lireet, opea until P:3O Clock, aud 251S luiisiuu ttreet, . i -i-n nnttl 0 oVlork p. m. BSCRIPTIOS KATES: AAIT.Y CALL rtncludlag Sundays), *t> rer j-earhy ir»il. postpaid; 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per csifndar month through carriers. KAILY CALL, five cipicsihree months. »t> i! 5. SI'NDAV ALL (twelve j«6ts), SI 60 per ye:ir. postpaid. SUNDAY CALL mil \\ I hhl.Y ("ALL f'J 50 per year, postpai<L V 1.hh1.1 CALL (eight i:ikcs). *1 25 |>cr year, post- Iwiu. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), clv. Ml < LAX NOTICE 1"OK HIE SUMMER MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend goinij to the country dur lug Hie summer months can have THE DAILY CALL Dmilert to them for a week or long...

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. — 16 September 1890

. . BUSINESS CHAXCE". C.>)-,(1 i-ARTNER WANTED TO-DAY IN A •- — OV. Brst-class cash business, well Mtnmished giving steady employment, clearing »15 to $211 per Teeek to each; can be largely Increased with lie;p of pood reliable man; not necessary to understand the business; must he wllliug to work in store and make liumeif generally useful; no night or Sunday work- busin ss easily learned; will suit any Industrious! etea.ly, sober man. GEU. STEWART, 188 Kearny.x •_>.() r^KTNEK WANTED -COFFEE BA- «_ .in', loon and restaurant: large nrst-rlass busl-icfs; best and busiest street; ceutrally located- rirar market: owner first-class cook ; wanta partner to take charge of cash-counter and dining-rooms* place is actually worth $550; wants good, respect- able, sober partner; Is the best opportunity ever known; come and investigate; do not miss the cuance. BEO. STEW AST. 135 Kiaruy st. It <ftl4(io COMMERCIAL TRANSFER, GEN- •JtTXT' \J. cral express and teaming business- Partner wanted...

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. — 16 September 1890

6 TEKSONALS. TNVALID LADIES-SURE, SAFE BEST CURE 1 all cases: monthly periods restored In few hours, »io failure: family se.r.-t. jareguard: consult free confidently, only DR. D'anthaN, -"29 Kc.irl >_ st 9-4; sterility, weakness, apaitij, pain.^uictrs cured. SEi'Lr — -i ADTKB' T.IPRODGE, EYEPENCILS, COBMET- -3 J fque^nE«face powders, poudrepulfs, hair oil, 1 iti'l- I-Ve eto, all 15 cents each; rouce for checks, so m»u- brilisiulne, 40 cents: extracts for the banuter'chlef and sachet powders, any odor; strong- St and most lasting, 25 ceuts |>er ounce, an.l all toilette articles, cheaper than any drug-store, MJiD DI'VAL'S UalrParlow. 110 Stockton st , ucxtto Wigwam. * telbjtf_ T^MILIES THAT KNOW OF THE ECONOMY X 1 and luxury or a constant supply or Ice In the rouse will be pleased to learn that a good lartie re- triserator is sold at $10: aud distilled water ice at i .. cent, at 420 hlghth si., aud that 10 cents dally covers It. l VTC" SOON AS I'OSSIIiLE. j. i O It* iVIDDLE-AGED...

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