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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 September 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. A -Bright Dramatic and Musical Entertainment by the Hector's Circle. THE PLEASANTON OPENING HOP. A Christening Reunion on Lombard Street— The Golden Links' En tertainment—Picnic by the Berlin Club to Laundry Farm — The O'Toole Party in Berkeley—Mis cellaneous Notabilia. Mme. B. Ziska cave one of her pleasant "At Homes" on Tuesday evening, at her residence on California street. Some ex cellent music was discoursed, and the guests grew merry over the lemarkable predictions if a fortune-teller. Among others who were .present were: Mrs. Herily, the Misses Barry, Miss Dougherty, Mrs. Wakeman, Miss Alice Ziska and Messrs. Jiilner, Signor Galvani, Lesley Martin, Dr. de Marville and others. Owing to the family's bereavement, the Moore reception was indefinitely postponed. A number of members aud friends of the „W oman's Relief Corps and G. A. 11. visited the Soldiers' Home at Santa Monica on I Saturday. Among the visitors were: Air. and Airs. Bin-bam, Sir. and Mr...

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. — 25 September 1890

8 SHOT IN THE BACK. T_ • _l "'" 1 Cowardly Murder of a Resident of Sisson. A Case el Hard Feeling Settled With a Winchester Rifle. Arrest of a Han Partly Answering the De scription of Pete Olssn, tbe Napa County Murderer. Special Dispatches to The Mo__i-v- Cal_ Sissojj, Sept. 24.— At 4 o'clock this after noon Kate Defreese was shot by Frank Cochran at the La Grande Hotel. Defreese was sitting in the office of the hotel when Cochran rode upon horseback with a Win chester rifle in his hr.nds. Defreese, seeing the gun, ran, followed by Cochran, who had dismounted. Cochran fired two shots, one of which struck Defreese in the back, pass ing out at the lelt breast Cochran, after the shotting, mounted bis horse and rode off to the woods, pursued by Constable Green. At a late hour he had not been cap tured. The shooting was the outcome of hard feelings existing for several days. Defreese died at 7 o'clock. *- 9 Light Showers. J-tXSKO, Sept. 24.— A few drops of rain fell bere last evening. Q...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 September 1890

-■*■•» * " ~ •"■* -■*-'*-* *■* -•*■ _ ■_■■-..->,-*_■ -.ik^i) I RECIPROCITY § I EXISTS RECIPROCITY CALL 8 EXISTS BETWEEN THE PEOPLE AND THE CALL, fe v • . S? H They place their Want Ads with THE CALL ft © and secure the BEST RESULTS ! $ vriY.'. '."•"•".'•'.'.".".".".-.".•.-.-.-.-.•.-.-.-.-.-.*.-. ------ f'R-ri VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 118. INCESSANT UPHEAVALS. The City of Granada Wrecked by Earthquakes. Eiery Building in the Place More or Less Damaged by the Temblors. Panic-Stricken Residents Fleeing by Thou *, sands to Places of Safety An Erup ~~ m ■ tion of Mombacbo Feared. - Special Dispatches to The Mohn-ixo Cali- Granada (Nicaragua), Sept. 25.--Twelve thousand people, terror-stricken by earth quake shocks and the continued rumbling of the ancient volcano Moinbacno, have fled from the city. At 9 o'clock Sunday internal - sounds, re sembling distant thunder, were heard, and almost immediately the earth heaved vio- i-; !^^^^^^^f lip XHX CRATER OF MOMBACJIO. lently and has continued to ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 September 1890

2 FOR HOMELESS BOYS. The Garden Festival Is Opened Successfully. A Grand Charitable Demonstration in Aid of th? Youths' Directory Begins at Wcodward's Gardens. The Fruit and Flower Carnival in aid of the Tenths' Directory began yesterday morning at Woodward's Gardens, under the auspices of charitable ladies and gentlemen cf every Catholic parish in this city. Although the gat.s were opened at 10 o'clock ii was noon before the gardens and pavilion began to assume an animated ap pearance, which was kept up until 5 o'clock In the evening, when a recess of two hours was taken. The festival was essentially a children's holiday celebration during the day, and the young folks enjoyed it hugely. Indeed the gardens were wholly in their possession— a state of things which the managers of the affair were highly pleased to see, as it showed plainly that unusual enthusiasm has been created by the fete. School girls and boys in hundreds streamed into the pleasure resort, and, alter satisfying the...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 September 1890

___, MISCELLANEOUS. . ;.' __", :,_ __S^'K__-^;r_J--r^^^ I flit Blows M] An; Good! I Bill It's a Mighty Good Wind for You! | I '?■' "" ■ ! m ta^S UAVK THE -MISFORTUNE -TO NEED MONEY. YOU'VE GOT f' a TO UU_ AN OVERCOAT SOME TIME DURING TUIS SEASON. So we. f | mate it an object for ynu to buy it now. Not next week, or some time in the F 1 J?, t T"^ I,Vl 1 , -. TO-DAY OR TO-MORROW THE LATEST, as it WOULD MEAN I* || OL Kid IN , to sell goods right straight along at the figures we're selling Over- I"; -jj coats at vow. \ % C±s"=a PS -""". 1 BUYS YOU AN OVERCOAT THAT'S WORTH 810 OF |i 1 «__>.«__?•« — ' } ANT MAN'S MONEY. \* I Cls pC (_"_(*"> J BUYS YOU ONE OF OUR FORMER Sl2 OVER- I' a >PO,-w'*w' , COATS. p S Cfc-^* CX/— > i BUYS YOU YOUR CHOICE OF SOME GRAND WORS- l- ; || > -*-' ' ********* ( TED OVERCOATS; if worth a nickel, they're worth 515. 7] I ft-N-i v /»— »/<«-^ i That electrical figure will carry out of our house some f-: I H*> I C 3 C, X Ji truly beautiful Ove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Una a lamer circulation than any othei newspaper pllhlislie:! In San Francisco. ri'Rl-ICAVION* office: Ell moi.tcomerv street, near Clay, open nntil 11 O'clock i- M- HKASCH . OFFICES: 710 Market Hint, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; _::■ Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 003 Larkln street, open until 0:30 Clock, and 251 --t-l-i. i_u -ireet. open until 9 o'clock P. M. SI USCIiII'TIO-J KATES : TATI.V CALL (Includlug Sundays), $« per yearly ait, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 05 cents per calendar mouth through carriers. DAILY CALL, live rirlesihree months. 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve pafes), Sl 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL •a d WEEKLY CALL f2 50 per year, postpaid. -____- CALL (eight pages), fl 25 per year, post -15., i.. CJubs or ten (sent to one addrtss), $111. SPECIAL KOTICK FOH TUli SI'MJIKIt MONTHS. . £"-; Subscribers who Intend going to the couutry dtir li X the summer months can have Tit DAILY CALL Dialled to them ror a week or longer at ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 September 1890

ItTSTXESS CHANCES. QIQAA SALOON; 9 LIVING KOOMS- <-UU. gantly furnished; heart of city* great bargain. M. LESS A CO.. 995 Jlarkot sL ' It* . -5:1 7 . CIGAR-STORE; MARKET ST • CHEAP 01 IJ. rent. M. LESS. 996 Market at ' l» i^HddO eoi' 00 . N 7 N '•'"• 11KAR1 01-iHK pOyv\J. city, clearing $301) per month* bears lrr, ; 77'. ( 'o «osi, ,ri! . 1 ' st,,ck an '- nn -- ***£l f. 1.!-- A CO .9. 5 Markot St. H* •Sl°sl) d_*| L ° ON '?*•• MARKET ST.; J--'-, .o,;:;""- a **2i. •""■loess! dears from Ms-* . ; st. " U " >nl^ * LESS * CO, 995 -SI 3,70 SA }-""X AT THE TERMINUS OF A M '„J, ,J \ 1 u ,*' : _ , "a. Clearing out $250; trial feiien^LJLF.ss A co„ 995 Market at. It* *^90l> CANDY-STORE "AND FACTORY OX LFs^Vr-'o . _- et . st ', : < - 0111 "S a gooa MI V a.fc.^s. Ar CO.. 09.-, Market st. It* Slsofi J-OAB HOCSE; 3 MILES FROM OAK- rtT-InXV-A - U, " b:lr -*"->«ln well stocked: 6 rooms: . doing good business: cheap rent: long lease- great Bargain. M. less a CO., 695 Market st If Sr.3f....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 September 1890

6 THE SONGS THAT JIOTHEB SING. _---f 0 sine the song, yon cherish well, ,8 ___l Each ode and simple lay; G G\ Be chord the notes nil bosoms swell '«____? Willi strains that deftly play. All. all ate yours to sacred keep •Mid choicest treasures 'inong. But leave tor inc. till mein'ries sleep, 'llie songs that mother sang. When life's dark paeon*', plaintive 'rouni! Fall cross the weaiy way. To brine in sou-thing, mournful sound The dirge of dismal day. Then softly back lost strains will steal, 1111; cradle anthem runt*. To drown the woes that sorrows feel Iv songs that mother sung. When miith and s..dncss-as they will— Recall these times agone. To wake lhe mein'ries lingering still 'Mid life's lirlght morning dawn: Then, dreaming vivid, 'hove the rest. As when our childhood clung. We lie and listen, on her breast. To songs that mother sung. Aim! when the ebb of eventide, Afar serosa the strand. Sets out to where the Pillows ride, Beyond life's shifting a.md. In l.est retrain, above t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 September 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Es Entertainments and Dances Promised* for To-Night. THE GILHULY-RICE WEDDING. Y. M. I. No. 7 Pays Y. L. I. No. 3 a Pretty Compliment— An Inter esting Santa Cruz Wedding. The Pandora Company's Play. Party in Oakland— Coast Wed dings—Personal Jottings. A concert consisting of songs and melodies of the Scottish border by assured talent will be given this evening at Scottish Hall, and will be followed by a dance. -. A reception and tea will be given this i [tern con f torn 12 to 3 o'clock at the Maria "^Kip Orphanage, 570 Harrison street. Dur ing the reception Bishop Nichols is to pre sent the Bishop's medal to the child meriting the honor for general excellence. A large number of interested ladies have signified their intention of being present. The Bay City Wheelmen will celebrate their sixth anniversary by giving a dance at Union-square Hall this evening. Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Angelo Canoll arrived from the East yesterday and are the guests of Robert MeElroy ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 September 1890

8 A FIELD DAY. District Agricultural Fairs Lib erally Patronized. Ihe Favorite Beaten in an Exciting Pac ing Event at Stockton. ' Auspicious Opening of the North Pacific In dustrial Exposition at Portland Last Evening. Eptclal Dispatches to TnE Mo-sra. Call. Stockton-, Sept 25.— T0-day was a field d. > in the fair Ibis y»ar, attendance at the track and pavilion belug very large. Both grand stands at the track were filled with pee pie, and hundreds viewed the races from carriages, while in the vicinity of the pool selling stations all the available spa™ was packed. Tho talent won considerable money, the favorites winning in all but one of the six contests. The iir-t event was a five-eighths of a mile d:ish. The starters were L. U. Shippee's Lsdowic, Cbeerful and Slero. Lodowic sold favorite in the pools at $20 to 511 on the field. The dash was a virtual walk over iii the favorite, who won easily in 1:03. Mero .1 good second; hut Lodowic could easily have lengthened the distance. C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 September 1890

iEj|xc* > >'_o_<r>:-'X«>>>>:*>>>>>>>*,X''ro.T-c»*»''.[P I VerbumSap! ■ I-! A BIRD IN THE HAND IS WORTH TWO IN THE BUSH V V BUT ' « VI AN AD IN THE CALL IS WORTH TEN IN ft V ANY OTHER PAPER. FOR ItBrTnGS 8 IS THE BEST RESULTS ! £ B->>>>>-.x-:->>>>>:<->>>>>:.>x.x^^ : [g VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 119. SIX MINUTES. The Time It Took Slavin to | Whip McAuliffe. The Jot) Performed in a Most Thorough and "Artistic" Manner. An Early Morning Battle at the Ormonde Club, in Wblcb ibe Mission Boy Lasted Two Rcunds. v. — : ' * " • Special Dispatch-si to Thk Morning Call. London, Sept. 27.— fight between Mc- Auliffe and Slavin. this morning, ended in a most disastrous defeat for the American in the second round. McAuliffe entered the ring weighing 204 pounds, while Slavin fought at ISS pounds. Slat in struck the first blow, after cautious sparring for a few sec nds on each side, and then both men went at each o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 September 1890

2 MARKHAM'S CANVASS. Promising Reports for Success From lhe North. followers of Buckley's Pond Losing Confi dence la Ike Strength of Their Ljadet. Campaign Notes. Markham's progress through the north Is a continued ovation. lie is completely smashing the Democratic chances for a ma jority and winning hundreds of staunch friends and supporters every day. His per sonal canvass creates an iiniutirruteil ac cumulation of vote's and his manliness and genial disposition have carried the hearts of the northern people by storm as effectively as those characteristics won the admiration, respect and everlasting friendship of tiie pile, of lhe south. During the day he is whirled around by a four-in-hand over the mountains to intro duce himself to the miners and leave thi'in with their huzzas ringing up the heights ; or again through the valleys, mak ing himself acquainted with the sturdy jeo man j at the fairs and filling them with en thusiasm for the Republican cause bT whole souled greetings...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 September 1890

FRATERNAL INDEX. The Independent International Order of Owls. Present Membership in the Keys. Arcanum. A New Council of the American Fraternal Circle— Miscellaneous Items. tin cider in secure insertion all matter In tended lor this column should be l;;inrteil In addressed to the Fraternal Editor." Ali com munications must bear llie name and address ol me sender* ii not, me matter will not be pub lished.] Official Assessment Table. *, . — , it — « 5- - a Ii o ;.? A. L..if j a. i.. ofol II A. O.U. W A. 1). I . W "Workmen 'siiuar.F.A'ii workroen'sauar.F.A'ni Knights "' Honor Knights of H0n0r.... i Xiiipntsamll.. of H...1 Knights and L. of 11.. | order riioscn Friends. Older Chosen friends. 1. O. B. It I. O. li. i: Koyal Arc:imun Rajrai Arcanum. .T.... ! ...MV:..| ! .A.O.F.A. 1- U-I lien.rd . \. !>.!■. \. l'r.ciiie Bod. League... KoyaJ Arfjosy, A i>e_-.. United Ena'i Assots... Vnlteil End't Assois.. Order «■.::. i Biiore. Equitable Aid Union.. Kurvka End. Assi'n i!c-;ic(in l u:it....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Has a larger circulation than any other newspaper miMUlicil In Son Francisco. POTB__JCA«W> X OFFICE: «55 Montgomery street, near Clay, open nntil 11 oVloc. r x. MIANCH OFFICES: 710 Market Uriel near Kearny. open until IS o'clock midnight; "P ii-ives street, open until 0:30 o'clock: 003 lirkln street, open until 8-..0 Clock, and _____ UiSSIoL street, Open Until 0 o'clock p. n, SIItSI'KII'TION HATES: rAIT.V CALL (incluillii!* Sundays), SH per year by rail. postpaid: IE cento per week, or 65 cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, live copies three months. ¥6 26. st'M>AY CALL (twelve pages), *1 60 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL anl WKEKLY CALL If 2 50 per year, postpaid. « I_EKLY CALL (eight pages), $.1 25 per year, post* I -id. Clubs or ten (sent to one address), $10. SPECIAL NOTICE FOB THE SU.tIMEU MONTHS. scrlliers who Intend coin? to the country dur li summer tlis can have THE DAILY CALL Balled to them for a week or longer at regular suie ti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 September 1890

111 SINKSS i CHANCES. 7 (uP'J. -,n|rT : ARTNEK WANTED; A FINBOPEN- .. el.'tMi. log; clearing MOO per month; It is a erst-class livery and boarding stable; one of our li.rgest and Lest In the city ; is right ln the center or the city: -J horses: large stock of carriages, bug- gies and r-'i-kawais. 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, who is kuowu ail over the city. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kearny st. It ©700 HORSE- SHOFRS, attention -"a «. I'M', hue shop for sale: one of the very best bur gains I have ever seen iii all my experience; magnificent stand] large trade; present owner la s" sit 11 -i ini that he will give a great bargain with a sure business, Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kearny St. It eO'llll A vo OD RESTAURANT AT THE <„ WO. terminus or 2 or our principal lines or cable-ears; large trade; a fine location; sure to make money: very best or reasons...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 September 1890

6 BEFORE D*2«B COMES. OH, If you'd speak a kindly word. Do not too long delay It. But let it by our ears be heard— We fain would near you say it. Of friendly cheer our hearts have need Alone life's pathway dreary: "ps Remember we shah never read - our c^a obituary. If there's a deed tthlch yon can do To ease our yoke of sorrow. Oh, do It with > purpose true I _. or wait for the to-morrow. Make all our hearts with joy to langa; While we are with you love us, We'll ne'er peiuse the epitaph You'll kindly write above us. II yon have lovlnn girts to ma .c. Ho not too long withhold them: But pive them now that we may uk« Anil In our hearts enfold them. Oh. crown us with a wreath to-day; oar hungered spirits ask It, We never see the rich bouquet You place upon our casket. —Chicago Evening Post. THE OLD CHIFFONIER. MtY Louis XV chiffonier is a very a handsome and graceful piece of fur _. j. niture. It is inlaid and polished, with locks of burnished copper, ond always seems to be smiling,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 September 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD. Pleasant Concert and Dance by the Caledonian Club. The Bay City 'Wh'elmen's Dance- J-arriaffe of Attorney-General Johi-sci-; — Sclo men Surprise— Personal*. The Children's Progressive Lyceum will give their regular monthly entertainment at St George's Ilall this evening. The members of the La Volta Literary and Terpsichorei n Society gave a pleasant at-h'juie last evening at Minerva Ilall, -Sara toga Building. Dancing to the music of Miss .Nliddlcton was enjoyed until about midnight. Tiie officers of the club are: President, Mr. T. J. Murphy; Vice-Presi dent, Mr. F. S. Pinkham; Secretary, Mr. J. J. Carr; Treasurer, Mr. E. Clark; Sentinel, Mr. ... SieberL The Jollities »ill give their second monthly comilimentary social at Mission Turn Hull, Mission street, between Seventeenth ami Eighteenth, this evening. Mr. E. Noble was married to Miss May Ward, a prepossessing young lady of West Oakland, on Thursday morning at St. Mary's Cathedral. The happy couple left in the a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 September 1890

8 STOCKTON FAIR. The City Fairly Swarming With Visitors. Saloon-Keepers Greatly Dissatisfied With Sheriff Cunningham's Action- Tie Speed Programme Proves to Be Most Attractive — ot District Ex hibits at Tarious Places. Special Dispatches to The Mobsiso Cam. Stockton, Sept. 20.— Ithas been the com plaint of a few saloon-keepers that the de termination of Sheriff Cunningham to pro hibit gambling and enforce the laws has killed the fair, but the attendance so far has been fully as large as last year, and to dny the crowds at the races were larger than lor three years past. There were more car riages on the grounds than were seen last year on any day, and the grand stands were full, the stand being jammed. All the hotels anil lodging-bouses in the city turn away many persons every night, and they say the attendance is larger than last year. The firtt two events at the races to-day were walk-overs for Conrad and Fairy in the running stakes, which fielded a year ago. Professor Audcrkamp t...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 September 1890

_-••_-:•_•:.-:•: ••:-:->:-:-:v->:-:-:->:o:->>>>:o>:jnf Iff Real Estate! li lX RESULTS OF ADS AS SHOWN* BY AGENTS' TALLIES X ,V o^2k-X_.l*l I 1 I I I I I I I | | | | | | | || | | | | 0 l>; Chroniole I I I II II I I I I ft ,\ Examiner llill ZIZiZZ- ',♦'.! VOL. LXVIII.-NO. 120. AN END TO KALNOKY'S REPRISALS PROJECT. Ilia Plan of Retaliation Against the United States Abandoned. RIBOT CONFERS WITH RED). Negotiations for a Reciprocity Agree • ment — The Prospect of the Ad k mission of American Pork Into Germany — Military Reforms Lead to the Retirement of General dv Vernois— Socialist Manifes tations. Copyrighted. 1890, by the New York Associated l'ress. Berlin, Sept. 27.— Creditable information received from the German Embassy in Paris that Bibot, the French Minister of Foreign Affairs, is 'tinting with Whitelaw Keid, the American Minister, for a reciprocity ar rangement between France and the United States, has summarily settled the project of Count Kulnoky, t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 September 1890

2 SPEED CONTESTS ON SEVERAL TRACKS. Success l of the Fair at Stockton. _ Creditable Exhibits at Other .Places. A LOS ANGELES DAMAGE SUIT. Probable Fatal Fire at Martinez— A Gasoline Stove Explodes and De- stroys Eight Thousand Dollars' „ Worth of Property— The Rainy Season Has Commenced—Polit ical Nominations, and Other Gossip. Special to I'm Mousing Cai.i. Stockton, Sept 27.— There wa3 a good attendance at the races to-day and larger than on the lastjdayof last year. In addition to the races vaqueros rods bucking liorses, ladies rode for premiums and Professor A. Wer j kauip made another successful balloou ascen sion, coming down in a parachute. The first race to-day was the finish of the pacing race, postponed from yesterday, when Vigor took one heat and Brilliant two. Brilliant tooting the deciding heat to-day in 2:30, Vigor second, Falrose third. The talent made mistakes in every race to-day and shortenders souped iv considerable money. In Uie Mile and a sixteenth dash Odette so...

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