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

_^ 77____ MISCELLANEOUS. %pß_\&sz_______Y__2B\^ '.zi On our tables there iie awaiting your Inspection a. gof the GRAND- [sj On our tables Uie re lip awaiting your inspection somo or the GRAND- \ EsT OVERCOATS ever pot together by 11 -MAN hands. Mc have put ES - figures on 'cm hat M make , <); , feel h'l.e kicking yourself for not know- I ing us before. You may have been in tbe habit of paying your tailor $4._ Ej for an Overcoat. Now, without exaggeration, ue will sell you one as _ ■ well made (if not better; for | I . §20.00. I JSrtfe / ?5 3 ___J -m ___J __3 a :.] >__ l ii-_3__s*s' ■ ''" JluJ B r B _ a _ Ton don't pick money np In the street anil $25 is as good in your a a pocket as in some chump of a tailor's. g ja ■ Some people of extravagant taste may have been in tbe habit of par- » « tag a tailor $<iO for an Overcoat thinking th.v couldn't get anything " M decent for less than that. Now if we don't discount that kind of au * Eh Overcoat for is I_?*HT& Kill NOTH...

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. — 19 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Uaa a larger circulation -b»- any other UewS-iaper |int.lishe_ in San Kraiioisco. TTRI.I«:-VTl<>>' OITICH: CSS KOJitsoniery street, near Clay, open until 11 b-riork r v. HKA.N. H OFFICES: 710 Market itrtet.near Kearny* open until 12 o'clock midnight; __S Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: -03 Larkln street, open until 8:80 o'loek, ana 2513 lUnloa street, open until 9 o'clock p. m. St ltSritllTlON RATES: r.*n.Y CALL (including Sundays), $t> per year r sil. postpaid: 15 cents per week, or G5 cents per calendar month through carriers, daily call. five copies tliree months. $6 25. Sunday call (twelve isgcs), $1 60 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL aid WEEKLY CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. V __]_!__.¥ ALL (eight pages), $1 25 per year, pott> itiu. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), $10. SPECIAL NOTICE FOX HIE SUJIJIEK MONTHS. : en i ben who Intend going to the country Onr li E the summer months can ban DAILY CALL mailed to tliem for week or longer at ...

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. — 19 September 1890

BUSINESS CHANCES. ft^fvOn HOTEL AND BAR; BEST LOCA- -TsJ-Jv' 1 -. ti"" in the city: 60 rooms elegantly furnished; good horse and wagon; established over 85 years: clearing from $-100 to $000 per month- biggest bargain i ver offered : owner selling account retiring from business. M. LESS, 995 Market, lt* "-''"ill SAI -""N AND LUNCH-HOUSE IN J* •,\ „." art ° r city; doing outness rrom $1000 .'.' ?ii« "-_?-"-> best Inducement in tho city. W. LESS .x CO.. :'!,., Market St. It* (£900(1 COUNIitY HOTEL ; 40 BOOMS; «_ —xivjki. nicely furnished: near city; doing large business: clearing $250 to »300 a month; sick- ness cause selling. M. LESS. p...-. Market st, lt* Vl -".A MILK DEPOT; SELLING 16 CANS OF '.. xo V. milk per day; selling on account of slck- ness. >L LESS A- CO.. 996 Market St. lt* 9.1 30.) FAMILY LIQUOR STORE, ESTAB- ... Di"", Hshed over 30 years; doing big busi- ness; tine fixtures: large stork; selling account ro- tlrug from business. M. LESS, '.195 Market st. It* &7...

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. — 19 September 1890

6 em --.i-0.i.._-itt OAKLAND Xi AI. I -TATK. '_ : C_^TTv7rAl_____N-V— ADVERTISEMENTS AND 0 fuiCer.utio. i r-celved at the Oakland Branch IJ__e™-fTHS Moiin.no CAL^SM Broadway, n.ar Seventh si. ii»« hours -a.m. to c m. _,_. IP/mi Sacrificed; the hist LITTLE Il_(r, I. home In Oakland: -HbO cash, balance JE! month. Address owner. Hox'-l. this om, c. 19 3" rliliTv LOTS-WE WILL out i; -OR THE I , ', m '(0 days 50 choice lots irontlng on seminary „..:„ 3 bluets from Seminary station, at the -e,n._ik.",-ly low figures of tIOO to a.OO, with pay- merits of *20 down, balance ot $10 pir month: sen.ii aye. is now sewered and the electric road ,•...,,, the property, l-or further particulars Miniy to JEKI-RESri .V WHITE, Tweuty -tnird-ave. Station, East Oakland. sel" lmo MUST BE SOLD 'i'" SATISFY MORTGAGE: A ili. fine' 3 years old 18-room modern huuse; well ied;*lot itHvTS; street work all done; con- vejiient to cars and local: first-class location; value IP,, , price $7000. Apply tv HUGH M. CAM- ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 September 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Wedding of Miss Louise V. Thomas aud Mr. A. U. Eugg in Oakland. THE ASSEMBLE ANNIVERSARY. A Ruby Wedding at San Jose. Grand Army Social— Party by the K. and L. of H.— A Well Attended Concert— Sunset Club Picnic — Interesting Personal Notes of Late Prominent Move ments. The Mechanics' Pavilion was thronged last evenine many making a point of being present at the opening of the fair. Considerable expectation centers round the debut conceit lo be teudeied this evening In Oakland, to Miss Bessie Wall, who recently re turned lvii! Berlin. Ike conceit, at winch a select corps of talent will assist, takes place at the First Fieabyieilan Cburcb. llieHeuileli:isv.ii: give a dance at Mission Mi_-.ii- 11.11 this evening. Miss liowle. Lite Misses Filedlander, Mrs. Eeid, Mr. McNab. Mr. A. J. Bowie Jr. and others sojourning at Del CoronadO formed a meriy surf paity on Mouday rooming. Amoug those at the big botel are Mr. J. de Itaitb Shorb of San liatniel and Mr. Willia...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 September 1890

8 CRICKET'S DEFEAT. An Exciting Event at the Sacra mento Track. Tie Free for All Proves a Costly Surprise to Professionals. The Favorite Distanced In the First Beat. To-Day's Card— Horses and Pools. Oregon Fairs. Special Dispatches to The Morning Call. SA-liamkn-to, Sept. 18.— attendance at the State Fair is daily increasing and the city begins to wear an old fair-time aspect .here are only two days more, however, of the fair, and it is rather late in the day for the full benefit of the increased cash circu- I:.:;,]. However, the Sacramentans com fort themselves now with the old adage of "Inner late than never," and Vive determined to make all the hay possible during the brief period of the sun's shining. The hotels are now over crowded, and at last there is a chance to use the cords of cots provided for corridor use at _150 a night. There was the usual stock parade and balloon ascensicn at the track this morning, both of which, like their predecessors, were entirely successful, ami...

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. — 20 September 1890

(';; .*•"."♦*.*-"-"•"."-".*.^» "•'•"-**"«"•"*"•"** **•*.%-•*♦**-**-"." IpTI I BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE | V Are always found in SUNDAY'S CALL, the '*• V recognized medium far real estate V X advertisements. X V IT ALWAYS HAS THE MOST! V '■'■'■'•' 7-7' -7\ .'•'•77.7 r , i»i*i*r-r*-*r*i*r*i*i»" _!__; I VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 112. BALFOUR'S ERROR. O'Brien's Views on the Arrest of Irish Leaders, It Bill Greatly Strengthen the nationalist Cause in America, Hot a Sign of Despondency at the Headquar ters of tbe Land League at Dublin. Parnell's Movements. "- — Epeclal Dispatches to The Moasisa ______ London, Sept. 19.— The arrest of the Irish leaders yesterday still occupies a con spicuous place in the newspapers through out the United Kingdom. Various explana tions are surmised to account for Balfour's sudden stroke The commonest one on the 1 art of the Liberal press is that its object was to prevent Dillon and O'Brien from going to America to arouse American sym pathy and solicit American aid. 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. — 20 September 1890

2 MARKHAM'S OVATIONS "Hi? Will Swim Over the Pond as Sure ns Tonre' Born." " Immense Crowds at the Coast Seamen's Hall and G.ard Opera Hail— "Poad .Lilies" En'.oFize Buckley's Lambs. Markham made a triumphant entry Into the Coast Seamen's Hall, corner of Mission and Kast streets, last night. He was fol lowed by a band playing " The Red, White and Blue," and us he pushed his way to the platform the crowd cheered lustily, while outside the in 11 a car.non'was Cred as rap idly as it could be haded. Gcorgi; v. i. • .-. Secretary of the Republi can County Committee, opened the meeting, and then the Chairman, ex-Senator A I*. Williams, read the following list of Vice- Presidents: Hon. A. (1. He clli. Boa. Drury ketone. Major Simpson, Mm i m Kelly, A.S.lsaacs, John F. Keuan Hon. James B. Brown, .limes H. l.en non. D. s. Weaver, (J. FranKlln, George Dodge, Geoiae l-l. l.e«u>. GcorseW.riait.Jaii.es tie Mice", Henty Dufficlil. Oaptsln Al VV lute, Will iam 11 Halle*!', W. i maun, Henry Coop...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 September 1890

REAL ESTATE. Building Activities Are General All Over the City. E-Ctrd of .builders' Contracts and __-aw*rs for the Week— Auction Sales of Oakland Property acd Rotes-Local News. ■m \___ _\n_iw mtw^mW_wr*B_\w___\ii ■■■ The mechanic and the laborer arc rejoic ing over the lurther increase iv building en gagements, which am not confined to any particular locality, but are general all over the city. During the week there have been thirty seven recorded and unrecorded contracts entered into, aggregating over $300,000, nineteen of which ore for amounts less than $5000, and the balance ranging from the latter sum up to 690,000. Ending yesterday, 211 real estate transfers have been recorded, which isa considerable increase as compared with the previous week. oaklaxd rr.ori_r.TV. E. Vi". Woodward & Co. will oiler nt pub lic auction, on the ground, nt 2 o'clock in the afternoon, on Saturday, September _7:li, that well-known piece of property— Lorln Heights Tract— situated within a few blo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL _?«- a lamer illation -hail any . other newspaper i.nhli. lied In Sun Fraycigco. lliu 'ATION OFFICE: r."* Mint uen street, near Clay, open until 11 trrlork r X. BBAKCH offices: 710 Market ■ treet near Kearny, open until 12 -'dock midnight: «f limes street, open until M'JJ-O o'clock: 603 Larkin street, open until 8:30 1 o_'_, and _31_ ___-.i__. iiuit. open until 9 o'clock P. v. SI I'IITION ATI'S: TAIIY ("AI.I. including Sundays), $« per yearly trail, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per -similar mil through' carriers. IJAILV I'ALL.flve copi, i ._,.,. months. JfC 25. SUNDAY CAUL (twelve pages), *1 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY call aiil v,i'.i.Ki,\ CALL .- 50 per year, postpaid. WLLIiLV CALL (eight rages), fl '-."• per year, post paid, i.. lis of teil (sent to one address), .Id. SriXIAL NOTICE ioi: THE SIMMER MONTHS. Subscribers who intend p. lair to the country dm> II g the summer mouths can have THE DAILY CALL mailed to them for week or longer at regula...

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

'-■*■ iICSIXKSS CHAXCES, "I VO YOU WANT to SELL YOUR BUSINESS OR A' do you want a partner In any established and ' fair-paying business, no matter what Hue? I have over 100 parties waiting to Invest, either as a half or a whole, in store business, hotels, restaurants livery stables, manufacturing, milk or paper routes, liquor business, cigar-stores, wood and coal yards Lay and feed business, butcher-shops, coffee-saloons, teaming or express business, commission business, or any other respectable line; my parties have the — money; come and see me at once; established 22 years; all business strictly private. K. KENNY, 22 Kearny St. 2t %9ftfln MILK-RANCH AND ROUTE FOR «jr_\»Vv/. sale; 20 first-class cows; has the very Lest paying class of private trade; will give you a trial beroro buying; is clearing $joo per month over expenses; horses, wagons ami can*, etc., are liu-lOded in above. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kcarny.lt ffiOAfk II ITIIER SHOP FOR SALE: A VERY <;, •'"C. fine location st the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 September 1890

6 to^'S F_*TH. . Can I soon forget the time. When you said you should be mine, Little clrl r ■When It's "very long. ■>?''." 1 shall just as surely know, You arc true. Though the winds of lire blow chill, 1 shall feel no pain nor Hi lly our side. And when death shall come between, Mill I know in lands unseen. We shall meet. Alameda. September, 1810. Habet PERVERSE. AN UNEQUAL PAIR. »j IST look: the unequal pair." s*!! 1 , With difficulty.! man and a woman were tji forcing their way through the already -- densely occupied rows of a great opera the ater. lie overture had already begun; on all side*, therefore, the vexatious disturbance raised sngry glance*. Sine of her success, Hie robust woman, with the coarse face and the overladen finery, strad dled along, while the elegant, well-Lied young man followed her, somewhat embarrassed. 1 wonder what bond unites the two!" whis pered the pretty blonde lo her neighbor; but lie seemed enlliely lost in his scoie; lie had com pletely uil-sed...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 September 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. The Wedding of Mr. Charles Hag gerty and Miss Annie M. Ciislieii. LONG WORTH- JONES MAHBIAGE. A Nephew of General Miles Married. The Brown Musicale at Anaheim. Several Other Interesting Wed dings in the Interior— A Church Social— Barnett Musicale — Per sonal Notes. Messrs. Adoiph it. Sprecuels, Chris Smith and Grove P. Ayres will sail on the yacht Luiline from this port to Ai'Ols to-tlay, and will spend Sunday in Santa Cruz. Tne ttlnc D Vacating Club will give their third anniversary parly at B'nai B'rltb Hall ibis even- The following officers of the Star Minstrel Club were iccenily elected for Ibe ensuing term: President, .1. J. McDonnell; Vice-President, .lames McLloskey; Treasurer, 11. C. Lanusen; ! Secretary, E. P. Dunckel; business-manager, W. A. Hums; stage-manager, J. F. Mackey. There will be a garden Baity at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. X. W. Spaulding, corner Nine teenth avenue and East Iweuty-tilth street, East Oakland, this afternoon, under t...

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. — 20 September 1890

8 SACRAMENTO RACES. Ik Fair Closes With Five Good Events. fin Excellent Exhibition of Horseiomanship at the Tournament. Satisfactory Tests Made of Steam Plows. Large Crowds at tbe Pari and Pavilion, Special Dispatches to The Morning Call. Sacramento, Sept. 19. — The steam traction-engine contest that has been In progress for the past three days at the Ci vie Ranch, about two miles outride of the city, was concluded yesterday. The main test was in plowing, and the four different engines showed that they were very closely matched and able to do all that was claimed in their behalf. The first premium was awarded to the Pathfinder, manufac tured by Daniel Best of San Leandro. Jacob Price's engine was so close a second that the committee had to do a great deal of balloting to coma to a final decision. The Benicia Agricultural Works' machine was highly commended. It was unfortunately disabled at the i.'oniniein.'eii.eot of the con test. Yesterday the Directors presented Mon roe Saulsbury ...

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. — 21 September 1890

BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE | 8 Are always found in SUNDAY'S CALL, the $| H recognized medium for real estate 'I' '!•'. advertisements. H [C; IT ALWAYS HAS THE MOST ! I VOL. LXVIII.-NO. 113. TERMINATION OF THE CONFERENCE. Emperors William and Francis Joseph Part With Demoii- stratire Good-Will. MILITARY MANEUVERS ENDED. Austria's Bitter Opposition to the McKinley Bill— France Invited to Make a Concerted Attack Upon "-—-It—The Czar's Attitude Toward the Peace of Europe— Bismarck Attacks the Government. Copyrighted, 1800, by the New York Associated Press. Berlin-. Sept. 20.— After the grand pa rade of troops near Eicholz this morning, Emperors William and Francis Joseph parted with embraces a;;d kisses, after com plimentary speeches on either side and much cheering by their retainers. Emperor Will i.m thanked Emperor Francis Joseph and the King of Saxony for attending the man euvers and said he hoped what they had Been had convinced them that the army re mained as efficient under his lead...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 September 1890

2 CLOSE OF THE FAIR AT SACRAMENTO. Drivers Called Into the Stand ami Compelled to Explain Their Methods. TRIAL OF THE STEAM PLOWS. W. L. Appleby, Who Was Ruled Off for Life, Reinstated Upon Pay ment of a Fine — Opening of the Democratic Campaign Through out the State— Music, Fireworks and Cannon — Republican Mass meetings. (Special Dispatches to The Housing Call SA( rajiesto. Sept 20. -lint a light at- tendance was present at the tract to-day for the closing day's racing of the lengthy programme providi»l by the State Fair Di rector*. The usu al balloon ascen -1011 in the morning was successfully car ed out. Three of tlie steam traction engines that com peted in trie three days' lowing match at il:e Coyle ranch > / rjj>'^\ were exhibited in the infio'.d iind gave, a number ol tests of their rowers. Liberati's Band and the lucal one, tlie First Artillery, performed popular 'election* alternately throughout the afternron. Until bands were liberally apDlaudedi though the airs ren...

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. — 21 September 1890

SUNDAY EDITION, SWITCHMEN IN CONVENTION. rasscngcr and Ticket Agents Will Be Here in March. The Ecpcrtea Sale cf the Denver and Eio Grande Western Discrediud-Fmit Ship- m:nts Over the Santa Fe. The Switchmen's Mutual Aid Association, representing nearly the entire body of switch men in America, is holding its annual con vention in Uuffalo. The session commenced on the 15th inst. with representatives pres ent from every State in the Uuion, as well as from Canada and Mexico. The Pacilic Coast branch of the association, composed mostly of men employed by the Southern I'acitie Company, sent a delegation of about fifteen members. At this meeting, as at all former conven tions, the principal discussion will be on the subject of freight-car couplers. No men have so thorough and intimate a knowledge ci the workings and requirements of "these devices as those whese daily toil consists in handling them. The mechanical officials and office ex perts of the great railway systems have, as j ait k...

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. — 21 September 1890

4 PTHE MORNING CALL H»» a lait" circnlntlon than any other uewfraper i>nlill»l<rd In San Francisco. rrui,i€MTi7» office;! 828 WontKornrry street, near Clay, open until 11 o-rloTk r « BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market ltr ;° ,.r,,;r Kearny.open until 12 o'clock midnight: <,•;. Bayei street, open until P:W o'clock: 003 Larkln street, open until 9:30 Clock, aud 2513 tilsMon street, open nntil 9 o'clock p. a£. FVBSCKIITION KATES: TAt! V CAM- (iiicliidlust Sundays), $c per j-earhy r postpaid; IS cc ts per week, or os cents per dlrodar month thronrh carriers. I>AILV CALL, Are CC]irMlireemoiittis.f6 25. Si ND C M.I. (tweWe jafii.). SI .'0 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL mil i l.Ki.v iMI. »2 .'iU per year, postpaid. WEEKLY CALL (eight sees), tl '.'5 per year, ynir liiu. ( .i.jj often .-. in t.i one address), *lv. SPECIAL KOTICE FOR THE SI SIMKK MON 1 ils. Er.lisi-r!l>er>i who Intend going to the eonutry <lur- Ii p tbefuinmer uionths ca:i h:ive TIIK DAILY nil, r.ialk il to tbci...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 September 1890

crrr^RKAi. kstate. FINE E4STLAICE RESIDENCE OIV.OUU. of 10 rooms and bath- servant^ room, etc; laundry, brick foundations- lot 'ioA '>;■>'. Web*terst.;onlj 1 ■ ... blocks rrom J!c.Vlllster-si : ca' ble-rtiad. G. 11. I -MI'.SliN * Co., 14 Montgomery »tr«et. se2l s.i l ii' SR2OOO l ■"'■/'■.•. COTTAGE OF 4 ROOMS -,',■'" , i •„""",';" -" Il "> ) '<'-"II:im P shlrest., near :'"'' \ y [)}\ 'mm on '"■"■ payments. H. 11. I Mil- M-.N .v i P.. 14 Montgomery st. B e2l SuTuTh SSBIOO m A Pr FlTr V EIGHTS: LOT "81x137:6, ■ c " en fct : . se2lsuluTh , •Si I 2f»fl I>KKSIUI " "EIGHTS; LOT 25X107 -3 tIuBSEN in s *= r i', 1 " c " to *- '■■■ : ' r spruce. G. H. i .iii.si.N * Co.. li Montgomery st. se2l SuTnTh $2200 £ lIXK ~ lu -*-N ST.. NEAR BTH AND ttfiuiTnV ,: m O 'T-m : 1 > 1c J < ; 1 lot 2! >il00: ready for *tri»r *' * LSIMS >*:N & CO., 14 Montgomery *' rwt - «e2lsuTuTh ■' " li: 's .ryst. waiSnTnTh >"-'i;()l) '•'"' io^lxll4. SUNNY BIDK 01.11'- V ,"7i v i ■>*'"■'...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 September 1890

6 CITY RKAI, KSTATE. (Tnn WASHINGTON AND DEVISA- -s)lo.<UU.dero:lo2:BUHia See this, the cheapest corner on Paclfl enelgnts. $7ioo-Hayes. near Flllmore: 47:6x13, :6: street accented by city- splendid location for Bats. n$V3oO_ Washington and Broderick;suuny corner, «;V35 < AII " tcr ' near Lott; 25x100; cable-cars PI »4i,iio-Sunny side lirodway, near Pierce; 25x "^ib^-OaTst.. near Stanysn. facing Golden GatoPirk ■".".* 137 A : these lots were sold at auction at the above price 3 years ago. $3800-Army st., near Mission: 7sxlOO. $7500— Cor. SStb St. and Treat aye.; 76x112:6; 'Ti^O-Corner^Guerrero and 2711. *«.; 37x80. $1750 each— 2 lots on Guerrero St.. adjoining the These »re the cheapest lots In the Mission. Street "JssJo-Green st., near Cough; 60x100: street ac- cepted by the city. $1800— Libert] st.. near Noe: 60x114. $4000— Seveuth St., near Bryant; 25x35: street nave i with basalt blocks. $3000— Sullivan St., near Stanyan; 25x120; maj- xtlnceut view of park and ocean: stree...

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