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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 September 1890

riAXOS. VMM.INS AMI SHEET SIC. JAMES KEKrFK, >OLE AGENT FOB XHK UN- eqnaled Hsuulx'rt Pianos of .New Vorlt; 410 Mc- Allister st. Store open evenings. seal 7t» flh-i „UN ' V - NEARLY NE W UPRIGHT «C —• " piano: .vi.ii.i tone; a bargain. J. o. KoCNTi.ii:. 324 I'lne si. . Rooms 1 and a. a*M7t« •J BTEI>WAT, HIUKIiKIMJ AM) M A/.1.K1i IN 0 Bios.'si.Uuos-'L-i-i^v ■ *"•»" or easy payments; r_i™n;f- "-57 Mlsilon, near Nineteenth 17 7 F^^^^ ACCOUNT "IMMENSE STOCK OK TIANOS itTvv Tvu $125. Bag" M 'gg3at u ' B> CA ? B y G^ianl?, I i ISl ' l^T OF (.i:\nii and DrRIGHT iilano, comprising tlllckCT >"» * Soni Oonover onranV P 55 l " :l " o!i: wu «« • XVI "'» li^ 1 ,^ 012 ON TIIE UOAS r TO BUY A PIANO •w" i»»si« gan i plau " s fro »» «100; orsans from *■:, k ■'"■"-<•■'■ finest stock! F. W. BMSXOEB * CO., ,23 Market st., second Moor. myj; tt N Y HALLKTT * UAVIS t'PRIUIIT; LKSS -I-' than cost. ANTISELL. 7th and Market. ses tf lIALLET4 DAVIS AND KIIIBAI.L PIANO AND *-* Organ Agency. W. a ...

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. — 21 September 1890

8 Wedding of Miss Mary Hillard and Mr. J. Robertson Liist Xiglit. THE SMITH DINNER PARTY. Several Attractive Events in Prospect. C. L. A. S. Entertainment- Par ties on Poweil and Mission Streets— A Typical Golden Wed ding Near Woodland- Rincon Yachting Club Dance. Key. Dr. Mackenzie will deliver an attractive address, entitled "An Outing In the Orient." at the First Presbyterian Church next Thursday evening. It will be fur the benefit of llie "D. I>.V or "Doctors' Daughters," one of the many charitable societies organized by the doctor In connection with church work. The young ladles cmiii" Ihe society do an Immense amount of fond of au extremely delicate Dam re, and their kind, rriu hands are sadly lied for want of «ufti. cieut fund';. The address on Thursday evenlug Is likely to be particularly Interesting aud should alti acrst-iaiEe attendance. Last evening. Germanla Lodge. No. 20. U. E. A., held a pleasant open meeting at their hall In Sblels Utiildlng. Dancing till a late ho...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 September 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. CAPTAIN BENSON'S DARING ESCAPE. A Startling Narrative of Adven ture During the War of the Rebellion. CAPTURED BY THE ENEMY. From One to Another of the Confed- crate Prisons — Tunneling for Liberty a Failure The Captain and Three Comrades Run Away Under Fire--A Fifty-Day March Through a Hostile Country. /^p~\\ NE of the myriads of «nr j ( A \ stories that have been told f J I \uuring the past lew years, at k V j I ./least one of the most thrillinc .— \ i j I and authentic, has heretofore NCri' e-caped publication. The fol lowing narrative, familiar only to Hie friends of the hero. Colonel Andrew M. Benson of this city, will, without doubt, prove unusually interesting to his comrades of the Grand Army and to all readers, says Hit Boston Herald. It is related in Ins own words: "I was Captain of the First District of Co lumbia Cavalry," Colonel Benson said, "when we started, June 28, IBG4, for the south side of Richmond, on what, is known as Wilson's raid, our objects be...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 September 1890

10 THE FIELD OF SPORTS. Even Celling on McAnliffe Against Slav in. Inck-Shcoticg on tte Sonoma Marshes-Box- i irq and "Wrestling at the O.ympic Club. A Great Kifle Contest. 1 7IIE result of the battle between I (1 D I Jot- McAnliffe ami Frank P. l_y/ l V_>Slavin is anxiously awaited by v. J the friends of the former in J I this city. Although the coil ed JJ tost will take place many thou sands if miles from this city, yet the. inter eat in it anioDg the sporting fraternity is plainly manifest. Tl:e athletes are resting after havine en jiiycd aeo d Mini. net's sport. The Alpine Club boys distinguished themselves at Sac rauiento, and will give a road-race at San L^andto in a few days. The hunters are expecting to have a great season's sport at duck-shooting us the food upon which the bipeds thrive is very plenti ful this year. The various other branches of srort seem to be well patronized, although rowing and yachting exhibit signs of drifting back into their old places. ATHLETICS....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 September 1890

Gorgeous Spectacle and Funny Farce-Comedy in Order This Week. THE TINY CRYSTAL SLIPPER, Theatric Glories to Be Seen on the Grand Opera House Stage. "The U. S. Mail"' at the Bush— ''The Privateer" at the Tivoli — Meredith's " A Man From Maine" at the Alcazar. Liberati's Band at the Orpheum To-Night. Tlie ••Crysinl Slipper" Spoctaclo. There cannot exUt a doubt but that the Grand Opera House will be crowded to its I capacity to-morrow evening to enj'»y thedazzling, almi si bewildering, brilliancy of this celebrated triumph of the machinists' and painter's art. In its production the Kiralfys, who formerly were unquestioned in their claim to be considered masters oi stuge effect, will le detbn ned, for according to all accounts, the theatric glories of the "Slipper" exceed the best work "i the brothers in their palmiest days. Much stress is laid UDon the ballet to be as-eiii! I the stage, especially as regards its premiere, "^ -_-£ :« v nf, (It -C. ■ Fraulein Qualitz, who is said to poss...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 September 1890

12 FOUR OF THE FAMOUS DUELS Written About and Occupying Space in Hie Record of Dueling in America. HOSTILE AND DEADLY MEETINGS. The Combat Between Commodore Stephen Decatur Jr. and Com modore James Barron — The Graves - Cilley Encounter. Tired of Shooting at a Man. General Jackson's Duel With Charles Dickinson. r — p X a recent article, "Dueling in Anier | I ica,'' 1 mentioned some of the / \ details of the historic combat be- V, ) tween Burr and Hamilton, and the J I extraordinary excitement it created Cl _3 throughout the country. Another hostile and deadly meeting between two dis tinguished naval officers, which occurred sixteen years later, caused a great commo tion at the time, but has been so nearly for gotten that its brief repetition should have a fresh interest. The combatants were Commodore Stephen Decatur Jr. and Commodore James Bar ren, the former a Marylander by birth, though of Northern scent, and the latter a Virginian. Deeatur was one of the heroes of the 'l'M' : tin...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 September 1890

SUNDAY EDITION: STORY OF A GREAT CRIME The Wealthy and Kespectcd Mar chioness Valera of Spain Avenged. HOREOES OF THE GARROTE. A Mysterious and Awful Murder. The Work of a Servant— The Guilty Woman, and Her Terrible Death in the Public Square of Madrid— A Fate That Is Even Wcrse Than Electrocution. MUCH has been written about the horrors of execution by electricity, but it is nothing as compared with the gar roie in Stain, as appears from a letter written by a special correspondent of the New York World from Madrid: Higinia B.ilaguer, the Spanish murderess, was garroted here a few days ago, and nothing so ter rilile or revolting in tiie nature of a criminal's execution has for many years taken place in Europe. The circumstances attending the expiation of her crime wen 1 of a particularly gruesome nature. From the day uf i.rr sentence to the day fixed by law to 1 1' !;cr l.i-i. she was subjected to an In credible amount of the most extravataut adulation, and was the cause of much im ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 September 1890

14 ZOE'S DOUBLE CHAINS; OR FOR LIFE AND FOR LOVE. IVRITTEN FOR THE SUNDAY CALL By £. LYNN LWTOH. CHAPTER I. S"^^>^l HE was young, consequently { ( *) { thoughtless; and she was willful, I — \\ as was but natural. Four brothers < V^___>. who were her devoted slaves— 1 V^ ~> ) father who idolized her— mot be I (_ )J who was like her elder sister, and *■""" as much a playfellow as a guide— how should she not be somewhat hard to man age and had to bit and bridle wli.cn the humor lii restraint took her '.' It was a mistake lo tiy. She ought to have been given her bead; and what came aftei was flue to myself, and myself only. I should have understood her better. I should bave been less exacting — less sensitive toi my own part— more coiuirteiste ol her weak —call them even faults it you will. Hut it Is so easy to be wise after the event! When pas sion Is strong and the heart blinds the eyes, we see all things as Ibioueu a veil; and we know the titi! h of what we have seen and ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 September 1890

THE CREOLES OF NEW ORLEANS. A Graphic Acconnt of the Good Old Times Which They Enjoyed. SOME OF THE FAMOUS BEAUTIES. Changes Wrought by Time — A Grand Old Mansion Then and Now — The Festive Season. Customs and Traditions-Men Who Have Prospered in Busi ness. /"/"— TANDING before this olfl man ( V (J I si. in on St. Louis street, once . V^_~~"^\ "*'' home of a wealthy Creole r^"—^v \ family, one rea'iz's what changes I ( ) J the years have wrought. Though £*^ / 'now the great doable doors of the court-yard are battered and dcvi id of paint, there was a time when, in opening, they af forded enchanting glimpses to the passer- by— vistas era a, flowers, in prodigal profit . mod, bordering the flagged pavement; tropi cal plants in tubs waving their broad leaves with a rustling whisper, and a fountain that caught a thousand rainbows in its leaping spray, falling an tin into the marble basin with a cool and pleasant sound. With the closing of the-e dodrs yon shut out the vulgar noise and hu...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 September 1890

16 GYPSYDOM AT YETHOLM. A Sweef, Old, Ont-of-lhc-Way Spot Hid in One of Scot* land's Border Vales. HER ROYAL MAJESTY, ESTHER. A Race of People Who for Wore Than Seventy-five Years Have Never Been Charged With Crime— Their Home and Family Relations Have Been Singularly Free From Unhappiness. Special to Tiik Srswv Cali. r- — r— — lETHOLM, Scotland, Aug. 7, >> \ 1890.— 1 always love to come ( V) to Yetliolm. It is a sweet, old, Vi r" out-of-the-way spot, hid like II a meadow-lark's nest lv one C _3 of Scotland's shining border Tales. Besides, my old friends, the gypsies, who have made the place their haunt and home for nearly 400 year-, greet me so joy ously that their radiant faces, vise-like hiin'l-srnsi>s and loudly bellowed, ever quaint words of greeting, thrill me as one knows in a gladsome home-coming. The valley of Yetholm itself is enchant ing enough without its ting« and flavor of true gypsy ism. It lies within cannon-range of the English border, in the south-eastern ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 September 1890

18-'vX'iv!';'/ •;v'vl'lv>;vVm;'.v.y,v.-.- jpij' |~ BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE I **> Are always found in SUNDAY'S CALL, the S V recognized medium for real estate •*' >' advertisements. ';«J g: IT ALWAYS HAS THE MOST! '/.' VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 114. FATAL BLUNDERS. A Terrible Railroad Accident at Chicago. I Suburban Train Dashes Into Car-Loads ol Excursionists. Frightful Plunge or an Omaha and St. Loals Train Through a Trestle. * (IT I 1 ft It* • i Triple Collision. Epeclal Dispatches to The Jlokxino Call Chicago, Sept. 21.— A terrible iailroad ac cident occurred in the southwestern portion : of the city shortly after dark this evening. A C. B. & Q. switch train dashed Into an Illinois Central excursion train returning I i m outs iae of the city. The collision re sulted in a frightful tragedy. Fora time the cod fusion was so great that even an approx imate idea of the loss of life was impossi blo to obtain. The first reports from the pollen had it that forty people had prob ably...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 September 1890

2 TURF NOTES. Horsemen's Growls About the Stale Fair Meeting. A Large IJuober of Kicks Registered— Paris Mutual* Betting — Sa'.vator and Firecti Soon Coming Here. California's Slate Fair that closed last Saturday at Sacramento after a two weeks' session was not In a great many respects up t.i past ston.lnrds. The Pavilion exhibit v as very mediocre, and especially in the departments of agricultural and hortleulural displays. The fruits shown were very few in quantity and quality. As to the art gallery display, it was absolutely a chamber of horrors, and a worse lot of daubs were never pot together before. A Sacramento evening paper devoted much space daily to exposing its glaring deficiencies. Gr.OIVLS AT THE TJSACK. At Hiefrace-tra^k the general handling of the track and stand accommodations were not hall as good as last year. The horse men all round were much exercised also nver the programme arranged for the racing. The harness division events were very un evenly classified, resu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 September 1890

. MISCELLANEOUS. : . H ! I >*ow this is an old sayine when a person waists to :ret rid of any one jgj gf oranvtliiiiir. We want lo get rid of OVERCOATS and have cash instead. fa I SO THIS MORXIXU WE START IX A | i OF OVERCOATS that '11 make m:ire noise in town tnJi tlio coming of a 1 I OF OVERCOATS that '!! make more noise in towu tli.tti the cominar or a ? ra hi:; circus. TO IJK(iI.\ WITH— A man with ten dollars in his clothes I a may come to us an I take his pick from hundreds of tvi&y handsome over- §| | garments} in all the new and popular styles, from the nobby and flashy I i » bos Overcoat to t lie neat, quiet every day style. ; Ej a With twelve dollars in your inside pocket yon can accomplish won- pc a tiers. Everything: that's new and nice w?i| be. shown ym at that price. gs a Imported Meltons, Kerseys, Eiysians, (,'lihichillas, Beo'ers, and tons if gj 3 pretty styles will be shown you at the popular and easily paid price of £S * twelve dollars. TIIFVVi: COT TO HIT,; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Vat a larger circulation than any othei i:i-mm>«!xi |>übH»hed In San Francisco. IM-.1.H I OFFICE: t" 1 ; Montsomcry street, near Clay, open mitll It '..lorl r." m. HKANOH OFFICES: 710 Market itrcrt.ncar Keirny, open until 12 o*doek midnight; }:-( Hayes street, open until 8:30 o'clock: 803 lsiki.. street, open until V-M Clock, and 231S k.ls.-.»ii .in;ct. open until 9 o'clock p. v. si BSI KIFTION RATES: TAII.Y i ait i Including Snndiys), >« per yearhy irsil, postpaid! I" cents per week, or 63 rents nor .;<i.<..] month through carriers. DAILY CALL, five ccpiu Ihree months. *8 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve 1*,..- ,«1 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL w.il WEEKLY CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. ViUhll CALL (eißht pages). H M pet year, po.it li..u. nuts of ten (sent to one addrtM), *lv. SrECIAX, >Oli(i; i.i,: TIIK SUMMKR MONTHS, Subscribers who Intend going to the country ilur ii c toe Bummer months can ban Til X DAILY CALL n::<iled to thenj for a week or...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 September 1890

_^ BUSINESS CHANCES. W('(i|in BOTBL POR SALE; ONE OF THE •l/UV. most desirable corner locations In the. city; containing 62 bed-rooms, dining-room and klti hen; bar is Handsomely fitted up with best class of liquors, . .etc.; receipts of bar $20 per day- this is .i first-class mechanics' house, and newly fur-' ulshctl; satisfactory reasons given forscuins: ad- lily W. F. Hi:\l,Y. 10J4 Market St., opp. Fifth, it* CAI.OHN FOB SALE-VICISITYOF BALDWIN 0 Hotel: lor ij active, enterprise men this place Is °. s "rrJ7i ?.""J : "° re "» !< >" "B e offer ref ased. Apply -At. t. Ilfc.AL\. JOO4 Market st. it» SSfiflO '"'■'-'' ' : '■'-■•' AND BAR; VICIn"- -• VyU. Ityol Mall Dock; doing large bar trade: 4 llvlni rooms; full value. UEALY. ,IOO4 Market.lt* T.-i:l lIAND PRODUCE STORE: Al CORNER- J nestern Addition; 2 horses, wagon etc • busi- ness of $30 per day; come prepared, as first cash tiler takes it. Hi: a I.V. 1001 Market st. It* <"l"lO BRANCH BAKERY, CANDY AND VA- • IWU. rlety Stor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 September 1890

6 EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. The Happy Ripening of Many Summer Friendships Into Engagements* A PLEASANT CLUB DINNER. Marriage of Mr. J. M. Garratt and Miss Gould — A Pharos Tea. Derby-Harker Wedding — Party on Filbert Street— Burnaby Lodge Benefit— A New Dramatic Club. Parties to Take Place — Notes. Already tiio sin face of tie social sea Is liesin- Ding to be ruffled by Hie lair wind olaumoiu's CU slices. Many rovers are li<iinenaid bound, and, though some sails have been again set for Eastern shores, the home port will 600 contain a brilliant complement, Bumoraol many pleas ant social festivities are In the a!r, and weddings of ]!:n than usual Interest will now for some lime, almost day by day, call for kindly congratu lations. The provident are already tbloKlog of ■Billioers and tailors v.ith mixed feelings regard- Ins tie latest exigencies of fashion. Day alter day The Call socl 1 column will liave a record ol Interesting event* to present to Its le.Kiei*. A reception will b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 September 1890

SUNDAY SPORTS. First Infantry's Shoot for Slate Decorations. interesting Cross-Bow Contest- Alamefia Boat Club Esgatta— Elflj Scores of Swiss and German Marksmen. An army of marksmen assembled at Shell Mound Park yesterday at the call of the Adjutant-General of the State. It was the day set for the final State shoot of the First Regiment, and the men showed up in large numbers. i Only such guardsmen were allowed to par ticipate as had made 50 per cent at the pre liminary practice. Those makinc 25 points will receive a l>r. nze decoration, those mak ing -40 points a silver decoration, and all making 45 points receive a gold decoration. 'i hose latter will assemble at a time and place to bo hereafter designated and com pete for first and second champion medals. They will be required to shoot at 200, 300, SCO nd 600 yards, and the marksman mak ing the best average score will be declared champion, and receive the champion medal, and the next best man will receive the sec ond champ! m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 September 1890

8 SLOWLY GOING TO THIRD PLACE. Shaw's Pitching Too Much for the Senators. Hoffman Retired in the Seventh Inning. The 8f niters Pat Up a Game of Errors -The Friacoi at Stcckton— Tha Amateurs and Their Scores. The Senator? pat up a losing game of ball at Ilaiglit street yesterday afternoon, they were n< tin it from the start. Shaw's pitch- Ing, combined with their bad playing, put them one game nearer third place. The Colonels sized Hoffman for nine safe hits in seven innings, when he cave out and Harper was placed in the box, while Shaw was hit safely only three times. Dave Levy caught for the Colonels and did good work. Alter the seventh inning the penile be came restless, while a great many left their seats. For the first two innings the game seemed to be in tuvor of tha Senators, as the Col onels 1 ad failed to score a run, while for the coontrj t' am Gudar went s-.Uely to first on Dooley's error and scored c* McDonald's nild ihrow to second. In the third inning, with X. O'Xeil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 September 1890

» I BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE ;i Are always found in SUNDAY'S CALL, the << recognized medium for real estate V advertisements. g IT ALWAYS HAS THE MOST! VJ VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 115. FAILED TO MEET. Police Prevent the McAuliffe- Slam Fight. • Both Men Placed Under Heavy Bonds to Keep the Peace. . in Agreement to Have the Battle Take Place Somewhere on the Continent—Dis gusted Sports. -*-- Facial Dispatches to Tn> Moixixo Call London, Sept 22.— Slavin and McAiiliffe have been arrested. McAuliffe was arrested at his lodgings in this city. Upon his arrival at the railway station from his training quarters at Dover, Slavin entered a cab and was Immediately placed under arrest. Be was conveyed quietly to Lambeth Police Station, where he and Mc \ . iffe were arraigned ana bound over in £2000 to keep the peace, each to appear to morrow. Richard K. Fox of New York, in an inter view, denounced the arrest of Slavin and McAiiliffe as an outrage, lie said it was no. lroio^ed to have a prize-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 September 1890

2 M'DONALD IS THE MAN. Named for Hayor by the lude jHiident Democrats. Eeuprty and His Fo'.lcwers Keet in Convfin tion at Irvicp Hail-The Platform Adopted— Political Notes. The convention called by the Regular Democratic County Committee, of which Eugene If . Den prey is Chairman, met last i.i,!it at 8 o'clock at Irving Hall with a large crowd in attendance. Every seat in the gallery was occupied, there being many ladies .in attendance. There were few va cant chairs on the. fl or, and when Eugene X. Deujirey appeared upon the platform he was greeted with loud aiplause, which was followed by three cheers. After acknowledging them he proceeded to call the convention to order mid said: "I wish to state ;.t the ontstart the course of this movement It is because we find the affairs of the city in the bands of an un scrupulous set of men, who would lead us like sheep to the shambles and impose upon us the worst species of slavery. For a num ber of years the people of this city have submit...

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