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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 April 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. SKETCHES AMONG THE TOMBSTONES. Beautiful Monumeuts to Promi nent San Franciscans. Those ef Thomas H. B'.ythe, William T. Hig gicf, E. J. Baldwin, Senator Fair and Others— The First Interment. PTT»inE following sketches comprise but a few vi" "• *if " ie most recent additions to sepulchral \l*\ architecture In Laurel mil, Calvary and °^ tne Masonic cemeteries, selected not only for beauty of design, but as memorials of promi nent citizens no have pasted away, or the future resting-places of others still among us. Id Hit Fair Vault an opening Is lett In one ot tlie bronze doors to admit a view of the beautiful m 1 hie Interior and stained window; nearly the same description applies to lie In terior ot the elegant monument erected by E. J. Baldwin. The monument In Calvary Cemetery bearing the name of William McCraltu in unique la form and material, being oi artificial stone, at present •o much In vogue for other purpose;, ana col* ored to resemble brown building stone. ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 April 1890

10 0A\ -^i&vi&NS. ({'{"'"If <£^\ B A ROMANCE OF RUSSIA AND SIBERIA. By Prince Josef Lubomirski, Author of " Safar-Hadji, a Story of Turkistan," etc. COPYRIGHT ISOO, BY MF.TA DE VEJIE. CHAPTKK VI. . The following Sunday the marriage of young Xanln took place. The day before Vladimir had appointed Kicholai Popoff his Secretary, upon Miller's special and emphatic recommendation. The latter having found out the young couple meant to spend their honeymoon on the estates which old We'rnlu possessed In the Cilmea, , asked aud obtained leave to no ahead and pre pare eveiytulug properly. On the d y after the wedding therefore I'oroff left Petersburg, after having handed his mother a considerable sum of money, which Vladimir had advanced him on his salary. Miller went immediately after Ills reinaikaWe Interview wltbscbelm 10 Vladimir. He explained the change in his circumstances, winch was very striking, by an Inheritance be had made In Aurunid. He belonged to .1 family there ami I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 April 1890

WITH THE PLAYERS. BIiSS Marie SI one to Appear in (lie Pretty "Suzetle." - , 11 The White S:av6"-"The Long Strik6"-"Zig- Z.g"— The Jubilees— Browne's Concerts, 'The Goid Mint" — Notes. Nothing of importance has disturbed the even flow of the dramatic current during the week. At the Baldwin "The Bostonlans," at the New ! §L lasers aD a actors ot'.eht to bo broader In their treatment of these benefits, where the good of their own class alone Is concerned. They cau not expect people to leave business In Hie mid illeof the day and swelter four hours in a hot theater for the especial benefit of. : [lie player or an\ body else. Seeing It is au actors' charity, 1 1.0 manager of the Baldwin and the company lie may happen to have under engagement at Hie time could well afford to devote one evening during tbo year to the "penidventnre of their own fortune," no matter flow well they • may be tat present. And tbe Baldwin having taken the lead, every theater In the city would follow suit with it...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 April 1890

12 BEFRIENDED BY SUMNER. A Pleasant Glimpse Behind the Scenes. How the Senator Encouraged and Taught an Ex-Slave — An Unexpected EevelatioD. ■Written lor The Scxday Call. ftyTiiO one who saw that kln£ly looking li\Jm man among men, (-"hides Sumner, l^illji and heard him as I did during those days when the figures of Senator Morton, Alex Stephens, Davis, Simon Cameron and Parson Urownlow were as conspicuously the cynosures of many eyes as was his own, but longed as I did, to penetrate his reserve, and to know whether the great in tellect of the statesman had a heart to match it. Not more than two days after the event ol my meeting the old gray poet, described in a previous article, I was so peculiarly fortunate as to turn a leaf in "the book of happenings" and find an answer to my own queiy. Again it was mining, and again I sought the shelter of a I'ennsylvania-avenue car. It was near the hour for the universal Inncheon, and as usual every available seat was taken and much standing r...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 April 1890

VOLUME LXVII— NO. 152. CHURCH AND STATE. Pilgrims Addressed by the Pope. Anti - Clerical Lais Denounced by Leo XIIL Stanley Banqueted at Brussels Major Serpa Pinto's Return to Lisbon— A Big St i ike Threatened. Epeclal by the California Associated Press. Home, April 20.— Tbe Tope made a strong speech to-day to £000 Italian pilgrims In tbe ball over the vestibule of St. Peters. There were twelve Cardinals, twenty Archbishops and Bishops present, besides many of the Bofflan nobility. After the pilgrims bad laid their addresses at his feet, Leo XIII Stood up and began an Indictment of the Italian Government as follows: CONDITION OF Till: CHtTBCH IN" ITALY. " Among the grave solicitudes of the apostolic ministry which we experience, one of the bitterest and most poignant Is tbat which concerns the couduiou of the church in Italy and the faith of ihe Italian people. If we have always to sig nalize the dancers that menace us this lime wo have a motive more just to do so, as for some time ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 April 1890

2 A ROMANCE OF RUSSIA AND SIBERIA, -1/ iIJjJ ■ssyi-sssjsE»i| B -.y *y||| || J ,| mltf "v V Jr" tKt**^^** « '^J-l-1 |-"'-'p^"^l/ i iiail I, *^- f^f' V-'-WS^ji ]M''KISK By Prince Josef Lubomirski, Author of " afar-Had ji, a Story of Turkistan," etc. VOVYKIOIIT KM, BY META DE VERB. VIII.-COXTIKUED. . The whole Imperial Court was assembled in the Winter Palace. The gentlemen in lull uni form, the ladies in Hie national cosluru>', were Handing at ineli places opposite those reserved tor Uie Imperial family. Toe master of ceie moutes Willi bis marshal's stall was seen hurry ing to and fro, seeing thai the rules were ob served, it was a gala day. and all hoped to see the li.ai's family as they were returning from church. Tue Winter Garden, separated from tlie Hall of St. (,e».ige by the Pompey Uallery, bad at tracted several higher officials. They were en gaged in confidential till >. Only in the gallery nobody remained, for here two of the greatest statesmen or the day walked up ani...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 April 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD Another Week's Doings in Society Recorded. « Wedding of Mr. E. R. Parsons and Miss Lee. The King Dinner on Leaven worth Street. 1 lie Irish Luncheon Across the Bay on Thursday. . Marriage of Mr. Sidney Lowell and Miss Jennie Bruner. The Monogue reception at Sacra mento. The Gauloise Club Entertainment and Dance on Saturday. Nuptials of Mr. T. F. Garrify and Miss Marguerite Flouruoy. Festivities at the Hotel Del Monte at Monterey Last Week. A Successful Hop at the Presidio Last Tuesday Evening:. The German at the Hotel Vendome en Saturday Night Wedding of Mr. Richard E. White and Miss Maguire. Engagement Notes-Private Entertainments. Society Personals— Parties to Ttk. Place— Etc. The wcid brilliant Is so often misused that the average leader Is apt to foigt-t Us Hue signifi cance, Ibis Is especially so lv social mailers, A reception may be exceedingly pleasant with out bring brilliant, as it m. be brilliant with out being magnificent. Consequently, the week that has ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 April 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Has a larger circulation than any other ik-v-i --..taper {-ulilislit-.l in San Francisco. PUBLICATION OFFICE: ft". Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 . '•ii. p. M. i RAM 11 nil Ills: 710 -Market firm, .ear Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; S-.8 Hayes street, open until 8:30 o'clock; 603 Larfcta street, open until 9:30 o'lcx*, and L'Dl. . Mission street, span until 9 o'clock p. m. (si IISI'KII'TION RATES: fPAII-Y CAX.I (including Sundays), $0 per year by ma. T, postpaid; 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per ■rtlendar month tlironcla carriers. I'AII.'. CALL, five copies three months. $6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve I ages), SI 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL and weekly CALL ?2 .ill per year, postpaid, v.i.i.i-.t.y c.vi.i. (eight pages), si 25 per year, post -11.10. Clubs of leu (sent to one ad.lrtss), s-LO. AICTION SALES TO-DAY. FrtiMirnr. By Beo. F. Lauison. at 1207 Derls adero at., at 11 o'clock. W KATUBK I'KIIHI J IONS. SISNAL Sl'llvliK, U. S. AK«V,' D...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 April 1890

SINI.SS CHANCES. BOU -*. STATIONERY, TOY", F.TC. y u ' ' , -. store, with soda water rouutaln business, for sale; one or the most prominent corners in the Western Addition: doing a first-class trade; lull va.ue In stock and fixtures; 2 well-rum Ished rooms connected; ani one can run this business and Is sure as a paying Investment Apply K. ke.n.n.. 22 Kearny St. j t '"•.'TOO SALOON FOR SALE: A GOOD-PAY* ttntJircr. ing place: A No. I location in the Imme- diate vicinity of Oakland and Alameda terries: has a good class of custom: fall value for tne money; long iea.se at reasonable re;.:. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kearuy st, ■ It v^.'-t/i CANDY, VARIETY AND STATIONERY vUiill. store: 2 living rooms: opposite public school ; doing a fine trade ; a great bargain, YV. H. YVF-lI.ER, 777 M-irket St. It* ._..), 1111 HOTEL AND BAR; KITCHEN; DIN- «. — " ' ' * a_' - ing-room: its rooms; all handsomely furnished ; bouse always full; unexceptional uetgb- ttorhood; sale, To and profitable I'll si-, ;no su...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 April 1890

6 THE SOCIAL WORLD. f* ci ft'titir.? /ictn Third t'arje.) Miss Annie Laird; Second Vice-President, Miss Frances o' Lear., ; Becor ding Secretary, Miss Sal lie G. McCiuskey; Assistant Kecoiding Secre tary, Miss Emily C. Leiihait; Financial Secre tary, Mi.. Sovla Pobom; Assistant Financial Secretary, Miss Kate C. Fay; Treasurer, Mrs. 1. G. Berkeley; Marshal. Miss May Powers; Trustees— Miss Mamie Fitzpatrick, Miss Annie Laird and Miss May Kennedy; Chaplain, Rev. Father McCue, Medical Examine., Dr. Mary A. Cai'h.il; Inside Sentinel, Miss Birdie Saiiiou Outside Sentinel, Miss Kale Sanderson. The va rious committees iv charite were composed a follows: Committee of Airangeiiients— Miss Kale C. lav (Chairman), Miss Emily C. Leu bart, Miss May Powers, Ml-s Mamie Connolly, Miss Mamie Donohue, Miss Emma Richards, Miss Frances O'Leary, Miss Abbie M. Geragbty, Miss May 1. Weller and Miss Olive Libby; Re ception Committee— James J. Power-, Fiank Kane, F. I. Hughes, W. McCann, T. G. Berke ley, J. ...

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

SEA AND SHORE. Antral of .Ihe Steamers From China and Panama. The Lota Cairns Eccounttrs a Terrific Storm. The Csbin Boy en tbo Brig Lnrline Killed by a Heavy Ssa. Ihe I'acilic Mail steamer City of Rio de Janeiro, Captaiu Ward, arrived at - o'clock yes leiday altcrnoou from Hong-Kong and Voko li.-ima. si.c made ibe passage from the latter port in 17 days 19 bours, and brought 33 cabin and one l.uropeau and 145 Chinese steerage pas sengers, 2507 ions cargo and 61 packages of I'uiied Sales mail. 1 be purser reported that the steamer left Yo kohama April 3d and bad sluing gales with heavy seas the entire passage. On April 18th, in latitude 41° Cl north, longitude 133-55' west passed the bark Coryphene steering to the westward. The Coryphene left on the 12tU iust. for Kariuk, Alaska. Among Hie passengers by the Rio were Baron Yon M m. c li.ilk, Lord Rochester aud Colonel V. 1'e.u.119 nt, and anions Hie cargo 32,177 bags lice, 1291 chests tea, 529 packages law silk, 415 ol ciude opium, 7...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 April 1890

8 THREE "DROPS" MADE A DOSE. Dr. Borchers Dispenses Med icine to Ten Colonels. The Senators and Friscos Play an Exciting Game. Young Pitches Great Ball and Sacramento Bit ters Get Only Three Safe Hits -Trouble is the Amateur League, Whenever there Is a sudden and Inexplicable falllng-off In the attendance at the base-ball grounds there Is sure to be splendid games played and the absent crank has a kick* coming. Yesterday afteruoou the audience was much smaller than Is usually seen at the grounds Sun day allernoons and the contesting clubs fur nished an exhibition thoroughly enjoyable to everybody present. Errors were scarce, fielding was sharp and hitting lively, and the game was never uneven enough to deprive It of interest. The Oakland?, minus their noisy coacher, made a gallant cilort to stein the tide of defeat, but the lads from Hie Slough City came down to "do" the Colonels and accomplished their pur pose. Botchers was the chief obstacle to victory the champions encountered. B...

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

VOLUME LXVII-NO. 153. ANGRY FISHERMEN. Newfoundlanders Ready for a Revolution. £ Deputation Trying to Secure Annexation to the United States. Brazil Adds a New Department Minister to Her Cabinet — Austria's Precau tions Against Riots. Special by the California Associated Tress. Boston, April 21.— A private dispatch re ceived here to-day by a firm which is heav ily interested in the fisheries Irom St. Johns, N. F., states that the island is virtu ally on the eve of a revolution. The coast population is intensely ex cited over the concessions of the Imperial Government to the French fishermen. The native fishermen are all arming and threaten to accompany the monster petition they are getting up for presentation to Parliament. The Liberal party supporting the popular opinion has sent a secret deputation to ascertain sub rosa if possible upon what terms -New foundland will be admitted to the American Union if she accomplishes a final separation from England. The press is shouting loudly...

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

2 THE THEATERS. A Very Effective Presentation of Latour's " Suzelte." "Zi ? -Zag"- a T_ie Long Strike "-" A White Slave "-" Th. Wi d Weit "-" Shenan doah" — General Mention. The Baldwin auditorium was a pleasant sight last evening, filled as it was with the elite of the city to witness the presentation of Latour's comic opera, "Suzette." We notice that in the current announcements it is called " Oscar Weill's 'Suzelte ' "—for Oscar claims a title to it, because he has not only translated the libretto into En glish, but also transposed— he could not translate— the score to suit the voices of "The Bostonians." Latour has to be heard from on this subject Meantime, we may say that the opera was nicely pre sented. In the title-role. Miss Marie Stone gave us a delightful little Picard — a tom boy, who thought a mistake was made at her birth, and that she ought to have been of the masculine instead of the feminine gender. She sings in one of her couplets: I: i were a man I would hnve a swe...

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

TROUT PROPAGATION. What tbe Fish Commissioners Are Doing Regarding It. Superintendent Woodbury Gives His View, as to What Has Been Done in the Fast and What It Is Proposed to So. There has been considerable gossip of late among the anglers of this city and vicinity who like to visit the streams within easy access of where they reside, and draw the speckled trout from their watery home, that the Superintendent of the State Fish Commission lias ignored this district and given Ins attention to the stocking of rivers in the out-of-the-way places of the State which can only be reached by those sportsmen of the rod and line who have means. It is true that the streams in this vicinity have been neglected in a certain way, but judging from what Superintendent Wood bury says, it has not beeu the fault of him self or the Commission, and if nothing in terferes with present plans our adjacent streams will be well supplied during the summer. A MISUXDERSTANDI-CO. " There seems to be some misunder...

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

4 THE MORNING CALL lias a larger circulation than any other newspaper published in San Francisco. PUBLICATION OFFICE: fi, Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock r. x. 'BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market Hrcet, near Kearuy, open until 12 o'clock midnight; SSfl Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 003 Larkin street, open until 9:30 o'lock, aud -518 Illusion street, i.p..n until 9 o'clock r. x. .SUBSCRIPTION KATES: PATLT CALL (including Sundays), St: per year by Ball, postpaid: 35 cents per week, or 95 cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, Aye copies three months. $6 ■-'.">. bCNDAY CALL twelve i »,, . *1 so per year, postpaid. BITNDAI CALL aid "WEEKLY call $-' 50 per year, postpaid. WEEKLY CALL (eight pages), Jl 25 per year, post laid. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), $1-** AUCTION SALES TO-DAY. Kfu. Estate.— By Eastou ._ Eldridge, at 613 Market St., at 12 o'clock. 1 9KMTVKF..-lIJ Chas. Levy, at 638 California St.. at 10 o'clock. i Furniture.— By Geo. F. L...

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

BrSTNKSS CHANCES. ■i'7o'".ft WHOLESALE MANUFACTURING a*--'"'- business; partner wanted In large house, well and favorably known all over the State; goods manufactured are ou orders from leading x* -■houses, and have a reputation in the city and the Pacific Coast as being the best in the mar- ket : lias large stock of raw and manufactured goods on hand, with trade clearing $450 per month; sua to Supply and flil the Increasing wholesale orders ■ must have the issistance of an active working p:irtiier, for which ■ bargain seldom offered will be given; reference, all leading wholesale-houses- GEO. STEWAKT. 135 Kearny St. lt_ «*>l-.ft A HAKE OPPORTUNITY-; PARTNER iS'ZOu. wanted in a first-class manufacturing liusiness doing a large trade; rapidly growing; em DlovlngS too men: lias stock both raw and iiiaiui- FactnrSd on hand and recnlar trade; clears $150 per month Willi prospect for large increase; must be willing to nor* in store and assist generally: need not understand the busines...

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

6 PKBSOXAIaS. " INFORMATION WANTED AS TO THE WHER& X abouts of WILLIAM DALEY, who left Ireland In 1876 and last beard of at Pierce County, Washing- ton Territory. Any InformatU about him would be thankfully received by his brother Joseph, who Is now living In San Francisco. Address R., Box 132. Call Branch Olßce. ap22 3t* DOYOL' WANT TO BUILD, ALTER OR MAKE additions to bouses? Please send address to Practical Builders, Box 106, Call Branch. ap22 3t« LADIF.S-IF YOU WISH TO HAVE ELEGANTLY fitting suits, handsomely draped, made for $6, please call at MRS. MORRIS. 73'-H,' Geary. 7* IT IS AN HONEST FACt YOU CAN SAVE money by buying your groceries and provisions of Robinson * Knox. Finest Point Reyes fresh but- ter, 35c a roll; best Petaluma fresh butter, SOc a roil;-- od sweet butter, 25c a roll: Mission fresh eggs, 20c a doz.; fresh ranch :gs, 3 doz. 60c; good egg*.. 15c a d.-z.: new sugar corn, every can war- ranted, only $1 a du_. ; 13 cans Cutting's best toma- toes. $1: table pe...

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

JOHN AND PETER. A Fair Prospect of a Fight Be tween the Champions. A Tweaty-Thousard-Dcliar Purse To Be Given Sullivan and Jackson— This Evsning'j Contest at the Club. The Directors of the California Athletic Club met last evening and passed a resolu tion that a match be made between John L. Sullivan and Fetor Jacksou, the champion heavy-weight pugilists, and that a purse of $23,000 be given for the contest. The President was instructed to bring the matter before the members this evening tor their approval or disapproval. Should tbe members vote favorably on the question the initiation fee will be raised to SIOO. Major McLaughlin was present last even ing and lie informed his associates that Sullivan had been taking very good care of !.im*elf and was anxious to have a little listic interview with the colored gladiator, but that he positively refused to fight for a sum less than 520,000, aud thus the matter stands. Jackson was about to start from St. Louis a few days ago for this cit...

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

8 IN SESSION. Department Encampment of the Grand Army. 1 Large Number of Delegates and Ladles at San Jose. In Adjournment Out of Respect to the Mem ory of tne Late Francis H. Bacon. 1 Reception. ■fecial li; the California Associated Press. San* Jose, April 21.— The twenty-third annual encampment of the Department of California, Grand Army of the Kepublici met in Turner's Uall at 11 o'clock this fore noon, with George E. Gard of Los Angeles, Department Commander, in the chair. The encampment opened iv duo form. The following committees were appointed by the Department Commander: On Resolutions— Past Department Commander K. 8. Salomon, Z. N. Cold.by, A. A. Koblusou, ki. Beimel!, Fearful Hans..:, Ou Officers' Heltons— J. M. Wallliic, Frank Meyers, J. K. ijicord, C. Masou Kluue, it. A. Temple. On Woman's Relief Corps— b. O. Carr, J. E. McCormick, Fied I'.mta, Eugeue l.riie. A resolution presented on behalf of the comrades of San Jose posts indorsing the bill to appropriate £200,000 by C...

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