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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 September 1890

ALONG THE HAIL. The Engineers' Grievance Coin- mittee Still at Work. They ire. Unable to Adjust Matters With Tcwcc, Fillmcre and Pratt, and So Ap peal to Colonel Crocker. The Grievance Committee from the Broth erhood o£ Locomotive Engineers sent here for the purpose of adjusting some clilli cnlttes arising from the discharge Of several men, aud attending to .some oilier matters pertinent to the craft, are still holding dis cussions with Southern Pacific officials at Fi uith and Townsend itreets daily. it is claimed by the men that everything is settb d as h.r as ihe Pacific S3 sti in of tho Southern Pacific is concerned. But as the Several divisions m the Atlantic system are represented on this committee, they (the eommitteemen) ihlnk that all difficulties which may have arisen on tint pyateun should be adjusted by the officials at Fourth and Townfend streets. A DIJ i EKEM r OPDfIOX. The ( ffleialsareof a very different opinion. When Messrs. Tow ne, Fillmore aud Pratt refused to att...

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. — 23 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL nan n larger -illation than any otlici liiv.M-UMr r iil>lJßtn-<l I" S:in Fraucueo. rim '• » ; ' ( " i oi i icr : 625 MontßomwT "treet, near Clay, open until 11 rrrlork r » BSAWOH OFFICES: 710 Market Hrret mar Xearny.open until 12 o'clock midnight; ..-,, b,, m street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 Lai-kin street, open until 9:30 o'lock, and 2518 liiitiou street, open ontll 9 o'clock F. "■ PI ■IJHTION KATES: rAU"v i ai.i. (Including Sundays), SB per year by Jnall.portpaicl: IS . ■ nts per week, or 65 cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, five t-rrife-siliree months. fO .... SUNDAY CALL ftwelTO i*grs). *1 BO pet year, postpaid. SBKDAY call m.l WEEKLY CALL *•-' SO pet year, postpaid. vitht.l CALL (elf pages). *1 26 per year, post laid, Hubs of ten .'-' n: ti> one address). $111. M 1 < 1.1 1. NOTICE FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend semi to the country dnr lrg tie sum r months can have THE DAILY CALL Dialled to them fora week or ...

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. — 23 September 1890

BUSINESS chances. ' flSQPvfl PARTNER WANTED— FIRST -CLASS C"""' corner saloon; elegant place; spleudid -business; clears $175 to $225 per month: bead- quarters large political slabs: most popular place In town; bat large stock; owner lirst-cl.iss business man; best of reference; experience not necessary; If .viili-.. to work and learn this Is a chance In a lifetime; Investigation and trial: pays bar-tender $60. but prefers good partner. GEO. STEWART, 135 Kearny at ■ 1 1 SJ I )~}i) GROCERY, PROVISIONS, BRANCH '. ' »ou. bakery, confectionery. Ice-cream, soda- fountain, general store; centrally located; estab- i shed; rent cheap with rooms; just the place for nan and wife or 1 or 2 men or women; trade $25 to $30 cash ;.i r (lay; clears $100 to $150 every month: full stock of rythlng: tells 160 to 200 loaves of broad per day and everything in proportion; never such a chance: do not miss it; must selL GEo. M EWAB i. 135 Kearny st it (<"-() PARTNER WANTED AT ONCE IN nii%j^}\j. first-cl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 September 1890

6 rEns<)NAt.s. TVCIRK SOLICITED FOR GOOD WAGON AND »» double-team: stand. Market St. nr Third; steady, reliable man. Adaress 1*4% Clara at. 23 .it* 0 OAKLAND "l!0AT. SUNDAY NIGHT-WILL Oladv with brown fur trimmings on coat send ad- (lrcss? I.. Bo" 180, CALL Branch. ADMIRER. It IF Tot' HAU RHEUMATISM OR CALCAREOUS Itleposlts In jour system, try distilled water Ice from 420 Eighth St.: pure water will dissolve and ah- sorb even iron and steel, why not the impurities of onr body? ]t /TBOCEKIES-CLUFF Illtos., WHOLESALE V.J ana retail grocers; the oldest established and most reliable house on the Paclllc Coast: teas and coffees a specialty; no chromos or crockery; best roods at lowest prices: country orders packed and shipped free. V and 11 Montgomery aye.. 40 and 42 Fourth St.. 409 and 411 Montgomery aye., 401 Hayes st I__1 __ je!7 TnThSu tt <2» 1 cTI FOR CABINETS; FULL LENGTH: $1.01' Art Studio, 10 6th. aS SuTnTlt tf IX PERSONS RAPIDLY AND SAFELY RE- (luccd by Dv Bols Anti-obesit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 September 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. . - A Number of Pleasant Little In terchanges of Hos pitality. TEE NIPSIC'S FAREWELL BALL. New Jerusalem Church Concert— Association Social — Wedding Anniversary on Castro Street. International Lodge Entertain ment — Merry Entertainers at a Picnic— A Musicale. Mr. and Mis. diaries 1). Wright, Mrs. Harry Giecne of Monterey and Miss Minute Deenns or this city were delightfully cmci tallied at dinner recently by Colonel Murray Moorebead, at his lovely liome— " Snnny wood Orchard ;'— near Saratoga. The kind hospitality ol the host was I greatly enjoyed, and, after a most pleasant (lay, . the patty letuin d home by moonlight. James \V. Coffrolli," sou of me distinguished lawyer, orator and politician, who died In 1872. and whose full u.uue the sun bears, was united iv marriage ou last Tuesday null Miss Auuie lttin ner of this city. At a meeting of the Del Monies at their rooms Id the Stiatliinoie, -07 LarKin stieet, the follow ing officers were elected: Presid...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 September 1890

8 RAILROAD WRECK. Fatal Accident on the Oregon Short Line. Collision Between the East-Bound Passenger and a Freight. One Passenger Killed and the Engineer and Fireman Injured— A Caboose and a Baggage-Car Broken Up. Special Dispatches to The Mornin-o Call. Xampa (Idaho), Sept 22. -A wreck oc curred on theOregonShortLlne, about three miles west of Nam pa to-night. A freight train broke in two between Caldwell and Nampa, and the freight train, with the caboose, laa ■'. .mi the grade at a rapid rate. The night east-bound passenger, running at a high rate of speed, ran into tl<e freight, reducing Hie caboose to kindling wood, and throwing the rest of the freight-cars into a. ditch. Patrick Boyle r.f ii isa River, a passenger, was killed. Engineer Kaiser severely injured and the fireman badly scalded. Boyle's body was found in the wreck fearfully mangled. The iss nger engine was badly damaged and the baggage-ear splintered. All the passengers were badly shaken up. The engineer of the p...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 September 1890

Advertises in THE CALL because they know >■ It brings the best results, v :•■••■•:•--:•:■;.:.; :-:-:->:-:-:-:.:-»-.:.:.»x-»:-^i VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 116. BURCHELL'S DEFENSE The Coarse His Attorney Will Probably Pursue. Further Testimony Offered in the Ben well Murder Trial. HeaJey Addresses the Land League at Dub lin— The Daly Revelations Said to Be an Old Story. * -4. Epeclal Dispatches to The Kawmra Call. Woodstock (Canada), Sept. 23. — The trial of Burchell was resumed to-day in the presence of a large crowd. The prisoner rested well during the night, He rose earl} and dressed with the same care as yester day. Since last night the wails of the prisoner's dock have been lowered, so tint the prisoner can be seen from every part of the room. Birchell was calm aud pleas tnt. The first thing at the opening of the court ■was the presentation of the Grand Jury Codings In the case of Mrs. liurthel), ac cused of being an accessory to the murder of BoowelL The Grand Jury returned no bil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 September 1890

2 NAMING THE TICKET. Denprey and His Followers Con tinue Their Work. The Men Who Will Make the Kace Against the Nominees of Buckley's Convention. McDonald Says He Will Bun. There was an increased attendance of spectators at the Reform Democratic Con vention last night and the galleries, which were comfortably full on Monday evening, were parked when the Chairman rapped for order. There were a number of ladies prominent among those who looked on. and the seats set aside for delegates were mostly occupied. it was 8:30 o'clock when Chairman Hen ley asked the convention to come to order, ami in doing so be said he wished to make a statement. "1 chanced," he continued, "to .hear a rumor on the streets to-day that our chief tain had eaid that he would not consent to lead ih i» tbecomlng campaign. 1 refer to Captain Jainea -M. McDonald. I called upon him to-day and told him what I had beard. lie ai swered most positively that any state ment to that effect was absolutely false, His manner a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 September 1890

___■ n _._.,_ _. MISCELLANEOUS. '.' • i 1 1 ■ • ■ - - f I The public are invited to such a LAVISH FEAST as we are 1 | preparing to spread before them TO-MORHOW, Thursday, H I September 25tb. We will remain closed nil this day marking I I £? od , TiiV. d £ tltti 'em in shape for TO-MORROW'S GREAT L I SLAUGHTER SALE OF OVERCOATS. I i GENTLEMEN, you can hardly form an idea of the s:irri- I I Bees We are making IN OKDER 10 RAISE COIN. WE ARE I I NOT DREAMING OF COST, it's money we are after, and of i I course YOU'LL ISE THE GAINER. [ \ ' | \ c I OF TO-IVSORROW'S BARGAIN BANQUET: \ 1 ALL $10 OVERCOATS WILL BE SOLD TO-MORROW FOR - - $3.50 | | ALL $12.50 OVERCOATS WILL BE SOLD FOR SfSS.OO | ! All $15, $18 and $20 OVERCOATS will go To-morrow for $10.00 1 \ \ In this #10 line you will find some beautiful Overcoats. | I All $22 and $25 OVERCOATS go To-morrow for - - - - $12.50 I | All $28 and $30 OVERCOATS will ba Sold To-morrow for $15.00 j \ Come out to-morrow with stuff in your pockets and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL mi« a lanrer drcnlatfon than «nT ether newspaper publish*-,! In San Francisco. rrßi.i cation offices B?5 xiontcomcry s:rro!. mar Cliy, open until 11 orloek r ». BBAS< 11 OFFICES: 710 Market ftrfrt rn-nr Eearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; *••«> Hayes street, open until 9::.0 o'clock; 003 Larklii street, open until 8:30 Clock, null 2518 Aiigsicii street, open until 9 o'clork V. M. SVBSCKIFTiON RATES: rAILY ('ALL (Including Sundays), SB per year by ml. postpaid: ■' cents per week, or 65 rents per calendar month throueh carriers, DAILY CALL, five cirics:l>reemonth3,*6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve [apo), SI 60 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL Hid YVIEKLY CALL *'_' 50 per year, postpaid. * liKKLY CALL (eight pases), $1 "i per year, i»>st> liiu. < tuba of ten (sent to one addrtss), *lU. SPECIAL NOTICE FOi; THE SU3IMER MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend ..-"inc to the country dnr- II the summer months can have THE DAILY CALL n.oiied to them fora week or longe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 September 1890

I BUSINESS CHANCES SvCIHUI ' »«-»tel'fok sale- one of the •TMUMIV. ii... t desirable corner locations in tho city: containing 52 bed-rooms, dining-room and klti hen; bar Is handsomely fitted up with best class of liquors, cigars, etc.: receipts or bar $20 per day th s is a Orst-cl«ss mechanics' boose and newly fur nlshed: satHfactory reasons given ior sell In" «L ply W. F.JIEAI.V, 1004 Market St., opp Flftn'. If CALOON FOB BALK-VICINITY OF BALDWIN O Hotel; for 2 active, enterprising men this place - -w a F U mi -iv: ;j»°2««<>al>leoirsar refused. Apply . il I Al.\ . 1004 Market st. It* £g5O i' OK EI * OROCERY AND BAR; VICIN- «OOUU. ityor Mall Dock; doing large trade: 4 living rooms; full value. HEALY. 1004 Miirkot.lt* l.M.lrr\M, PRODUCE STORE; Al CORNER- -» Western Addition; 2 horses, wagon, etc. • busi- ness of *..O per day: come prepared, as first cash offer takes It. HF.ALV. 1004 Market st. if S^Bf>o 'f 1 '* 1110 " BAKERY. CANDY AND VA- 'Jxiki. rletv store; business of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 September 1890

6 HOUSKS T<» I.XT. B.}^ SUTTER ST., NEAH JONES: 7 ROOMS OiOanil hath: rent *50, water Included. Apply BOVEE, TOY A-i2Q..2»JHiinjgui"ery st. _ s. -• . SI 11..1 BE i'l 4 ROOMS. 5127 CORNER TWENTY- XI seventh and Alabama. s.-2-t 3t» TITRW 2-STO«Y HOUSE: li ROOMS AND MATH; INail modern Improvements; 1 IKock from cable; rVnf only" ?25- 'o'VaKKELL i LANG, IIW gomen st ____ se - 4 Up! 1 :: 1 AKT HOUSE 3 ROOMS; KENT *15. 1137 Harrison st. s> 24 7t« I OUR LARGE SUNNY ROOMS: BASEMENT, r yard. 5 Cleveland sL. off Seventh. se24 »t» df)f\ COTTAGE, 5 ROOKS; BATH. APPLY >?_U. 711 Tieat aye., bi-t. Twentieth and Twenty- ftrsttta. .. se24 tf J.MNE HOUSEOF26 ROOMS AND BATH: LARGE kitchen, dluing-ro m and store-room downsta r- \ rent cheap; a fine place for rimming and boarding; Golden Gale aye.. 1 car Fmuklln st. Apply G. H. UMBBEN A CO.. 14 Montgomery St. seJH 4t 00l *J HOW AR!'-6 ROOMS AND BATH; BAY- £O I O windows; nicely decorated: «■■»>. se23 3t* n.je CORNER WEBSTER AND HERMAN- 8 O- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 September 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. The Latest Personal Blovcments in Prominent Soeieiy Circles. TEE C. I. A. S. ENTERTAINMENT. Party on Turk Street— The Y. L. I. Bonbon Party— A Surprise Near Midway, Alameda County— The Y. W. C. T. U. Social -At the Races in Oakland— A Puritan Party— Brief Notes of Interest. A rrcevtion will be given at the Little Skters 1 Infant Shelter, 512 Minna street, near Sixlh, this afternoon from 2 to s o'clock No. 1. Y. W. C. T. U. (Miss Virginia 1 atdiett. President; Jiiss Helen Curtis, Secretary), gave a social recently at 132 a Ulister street. The large parlors were h tin an enthusiastic company of young ladles and jieiitlenien. Games, music and readings formed a good backgroun 1 for the Huw of pleasant smai] talk that yonngpe pie SO easily manufacture. f>ni:ity viands were serve 1 by charming young ladies, and at rather a late I. our for Ihe society good-nights were exchanged. N -otiations are about consummated for turning the Sharon place at Belmont into a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 September 1890

8 DISTRICT FAIRS. Flattering Exhibits of Pacific i Coast Products. Good Attendance and Interesting Races at tne Stockton Tract Parses Won by Mabel F, Pilot Prince and Bomestake — The Favorite Eeatcn Id tbe Last Event. Special Dispatches to Tub Morning Cali. Redding, Sept 23.— Shasta County Agricultural Association Fair was formally opened to-night by T. W. H. Shanahan. with an address, a large audience being present The large Armory Hal! building is used for the display of products which are varied, including the finest fruit and vegetable! display ever made in the county. There are numerous tooths of fruit and flowers, canned and dried fruits, jellies, etc. Also, a good display of domestic articles. Certainly it is a fair Illustration of what Shasta County can do. and shows the ad vance and rapid progress ma in tho fruit industry. There is no racing this year. TWELFTH DISTRICT FAIR. Lakepobt, Sept 2a— The eighth annual fair of the Twelfth District Agricultural As sociation becan he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 September 1890

_i2 J"-***-*. *.•_*_*-*-*-*. •-•-*-*-VV*-*-*_*_»_*. ♦_♦_-.♦. '.*l : _«l*_ ; | everyone] -> . „ -'--■-._.■_. i. 4 £ Advertises In THE CALL ; because ; they . know 8 X It brings the best results. '•'. '*■-.- ** *.* _ * f-If !•%*♦*♦****%**'•"♦"'*"♦"•*♦'*•"•'**'"«"_."*"'_""*'*..*_*_"'_;■■_.'•*'*- *_.■*_*»■" iff. VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 117. DYNAMITE PLOTS. Startling Disclosures Made by Daiitt's Organ. Proof That They Were Part of a Con spiracy by tie GoYernmenL' James HcDermott Charged With Hiving Been Regularly in the Pay of British Authorities. . - . EpeeUd Dispatches toTn- Morsixo Call. London, Sept. .4.— Michael Davitt wiil begin in the Labor World to-morrow a re markable series of disclosures to the effect (liar, the fabrication of political events that began with the dynamite explosions at Die House of Parliament, the Nelson column in Trafalgar square and the underground railway, same years ago, and ended with the Pnrnell commission, was the result of a deep laid cons; iraey on the p...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 September 1890

2 GENERAL SPORTS. SlaTin's Latest 'Offer to Fight McAnliffe on the Turf. Heath of a Noted Sprinter— Champion Hand- Ball Plsyirs Ccmirg to This City. Ectjllir.tr at Alameda. This has been a bad season for profes sicnal sprint runners on this roast. Not more than six weeks ago, 11. -I. Johnson, the champion t-bort -distance runner of the world, and a winner of a great Sheffield 1 iii tip, passed over to the great majority, but bis name will be handed down and re membered as the premier 100-yards sprinter. On Tuesday night Archie McConib, the well-known 7.1 -yards' sprinter, who, although born in Massachusetts, was raised in the vicinity of North Peach, in this city, expired after a few' days' illness. Pneumonia was the fatal disease. One week ago McComb was enjoying excellent health, but having exposed himself hen in a heated state to the chilly atmosphere one night, he took a severe cold, with fatal result. McC imb worked for years at his trade in the woolen-mills at North Reach, but...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 September 1890

SECOND BRIGADE. When Will the' Season's Target Practice End? G.ing en the Retired List— Escort to Gov ernor Stevenion. Remains— The Light Battery in Its New Quarters. It appears that permission has been given to the Third Infantry to have another and additional day on | winch the qualified shooters, who did net present themselves on the 14tii inst. as 01 tiered, to make a score on which medals Will be awarded, may at llieir sweet lei -ii come and very condescend ingly do what orders required them to have done on the date first named. The Third has been accorded this leeway for three years in succession, and the First, it is un derstood, will now demand the same privi lege; and. of course, the Second Artillery and the Fifth Infantry of the Second Brigade will only be asking what is their right to be accorded the same privilege. There is no reason then why tha other five brigades should not come in also, and goodness knows when a halt will be called to the thing. The granting of the p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL lis* a larger circulation than any other new simper j,nl.li«li.-l In San Francisco. pinBIjICATIONi OFFICE: f.t »cm tgomery street, near Clay, open nntil 11 o'clock- !.* si. BBAMCH p.-ICBS: 710 Market Ftiret, near Kearuy, open until 12 o'clock midnight; fit Bares street, open until 8:30 o'clock; 603 I.srkin street, open until 8:110 clock, aad 2513 aiitislcnttieet, open until 9 o'clock r. m. cvl.M l.'li I ION rates: rAll V CALL (Includlug Sundays), 3-0 per rear by *i rii. postpaid: 15 cents per week, or _n cents per calendar mouth thron-li carriers DAILY CALL. five ci; ii mouths. $'.> 2Si -SUNDAY CALL (twelve rapes). *1 50 per year, postpaid. . SUNDAY CALL ail WIJSKLY CALL s'.' BO per year, postpaid. w kekly CALL (eight pages), »1 25 per rear, post istil. Clubs of tin (sent to one address}. $10. SPECIAL NOTICE FOE I'UK BIIJU-EB MONTHS. Putiscriliers who Intend com? to the country dnr -1; c summer mouths can bave THE DAILY CALL mailed to them tor a -week or longer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 September 1890

BUSINESS CHANCES. (SO-fIA PARTNER WANTED; A FINEOPEN- •irOiIUU. ing; clearing $400 per month; It is a first-class livery and boarding stable: one or our largest and best In the city ; Is right In the center of the city: 22 horses; large stock of carriages, bug- glesand roekaways. etc.; is not necessary for pre- vious experience: one of present owners is leaving the city: a most thorough Investigation and a sure business guaranteed by the remaining partner, win, is knows all over the city. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kearny St. }_ ~Q7ftO HOBSE- SUOEBS, ATTENTION - A %i> i \jy. fine shop ror sale; one ot the very best bargains 1 have ever seen In all my experience: magnificent stand: large trade; present owner is so situ ited that he win give great bargain with a sure business. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kearny st. It .Qitnn A GOOD RESTAURANT AT THE •iT'OOu. terminus or 2 of our prtnciii.il lines of cable-cars; large trade; a fine location; sure to make money; very best or reasons for selling. Appl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 September 1890

6 EDUCATIONAL^^ ____ VItJcAL LESSONS. ' APPLY DA".}. 1 T'. '!.•;. f V 330 Sutter st. FRiiF. OOILVH- se-5 15t UIANO LESSONS 50c. AT PUPIL'S OWN HnMl J city references. C. R-, Box 105, Call 1 ranch Office. -■■■ -■■■ . _-___ 0 PAN ISH OR FRENCH SPOKEN IN THREE 0 months: new method. P. «>■ Box 1865. i.ROFESsOR GUSTAV A. SCOTT. PIANO AND i ur. in, removed to 1115 Van Ness aye. ■ an 15 tf ?, RAND FREE ART EXHIBITION DAILY. ST li Ann's Building. Boom 103. jyJO 6m AKLAND SEMINARY. S'-'S ELEVENTH ST VJ Oakland: for bearding ami day pupils; the sum mer term will open Monday, July 28, 1890. MRS. jl. K. BLAKE. Principal. lyl 3m AKLAND CLASSICAL AMD MILITARY AUAli- emy a select school for boys, will reopen nt 10 J lak si..' Oakland, July 16. 1890. Colonel W. H. O'BRIEN, Superintendent. Jyl 3 in fPELEGRAPHY AND RAILROADING; 610 CLAY 1 refer to our operators now in offices. u-.'il 6iu CI'HOOLOF CIVIL, MINIMI AND MECHANICAL 0 Engineering, Surveying, Architecture, Drawing, Assaying. A. VAN NAI I....

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