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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 October 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD. The; Buffal' es Initial TaHy at H-.; iQdil: Fellows' Hall. '; ■-" FcpiiS-'liiin Society EEttrUinmeDt^Farty on :'.■■-.' : ; ; . Figt Sirre'.-A fncc?s fu'. . Scottish. . ■v;---./.;-..'- '•.; •..' •.'■.EaiquetHrNsites.. . '.: ■■' ''■ : The ladies of the E.lhen Club will give a ] i; nii party, af the; beautiful home of Mr. : .. v Mrs. i". M. Smith of Oakland this af ter ■p on bet wefin 4 anil 9 o'clock.. ' ''. ' • ; ■■ >;: Mr, and; Mrs;: A.. 11. Rutherford. gave a .dinner, party last- AVedncsilay : - evening at :~tlicir residence, UOSBdsb street, -in hi nor of .■■Giivprßoi; Francis E.. Warrei). of Wy.ouiihs, . , ".WhpVismali.ing.aibjief' visit here.: ■■'■■ ■ ■■V; .AconcertAViil be given: .tills-. eV.enißg at 7 ..Irv.rrrg Ball undertrieau^pices of .the M.cxi :-v ■liiniuiiUy, , : c(ii.i'ipli.meirt:iry -to Miss- : -Ellen ' Coarsen ahd'.-'the talented-' chorus .-jvliicliassistedin the Mexican cele i!ration. : .'•'■.- . ' :■ -.. •■' ■'•'■ '■ . ■ ■ Jfflr. Alfred I><...

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. — 4 October 1890

8 THROUGH THE HEART Percy Williams Shot by a Fresno Hackman. A Quarrel ; Over a Game of Cards Ter ;K-^^-y? : minated by a Ballet . -A vibe Murderer . Severely Wounded by His Vlc- Ue— A Passion for. Gambling Caused ,. ; .v' ; ,: the Young Man's Downfall. .-. - : .jS ;.;H- ; ■.•',•:..;.■■•■.■• . - •■..••.•. . . ' : :.vs / ;J;.' ;.;'■ v ; . ' -Special to The Mj>bnino UAti. '. .;" ; U: Fi:kss6; Oct. 3.— Percy Wiilhins of Stock ion-vuissUotnnd instantly killed in the bar-. rii'W of the Hughes Hotel at 4:3o o'clock "; ; ". '■■.■tiilS.iuoT.rij.ns'-V-y Jairk. Smith,, a hackman. iStnltii and Williams nad been gambling aud • v ■ . gt : into -an altercation. . ■' Blows were ex •>.; 'changed, ; and; it is said Williams' drew a '■■- 1 revolver and shot Smith in the elbow. Smith ;<"" BlmGstsimu'.taueousiy drew a pistol aud shot AVi liuins through the heart and he fell near tlie bar dead. Smith was placed under ar ■J;'.:: rest and Williams' body taken in charge by '<■'■:;■ the Coroner....

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 October 1890

■ ' ' '" : ' ' . ' • r— - f3}_________§ -•-•*•»*•" or«>*< -«:-c«>x»>: -,,0 p, ■ . ■ A REWARD :•; • <*< "Will be piven to any one finding an error in C" ''.' these fisures. Number of men required to fill - 2 ;• V ;• the vacant positions advertised in yester- X ' • '.''■ ■ day's rjapers: ,*. ■*• OAIjIj ' ©SS v . .-.*.-. cBEo.NieiJS..; se -■ : ,<) EXAMINER.- ..,:..■. . . .fi,^^ 1L1I1111:::1::1:: . 38 I.*. ■ y. :.;.;-•.;-:.«:■: __♦:♦:«: _♦:"•:♦>: _■>>':«_"_■ -'>:«>:'Q c VOL. LXVIII.-NO. 127. THE EMPEROR AND THE SOCIALISTS. Uenewnl of the Discussion Re garding William's Attitude -.■'/, - .- Toward the Quest •-.:•; ABLE TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM. Herr Bebel Says His Parly Will Meet the Government Fairly. , Preparing . a National School System— The Kaiser's Recep tion in Austria— Terrific Storms in the German ; Provinces— An Editor Arrested. top'jrlgbted; 1890, Iff thu Xew York. elated ". Press.- ' . ' Bi:r.i.iN, Oct. 4.— The lapse of the anti >•"': Social...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 October 1890

2 A MAGNIFICENT DEMONSTRATION. y Colonel Markham 'and Party Re * ••• ceive a Royal Welcome . yyV. •,> at Sacramento.' >;■_ y PARADE. FIREWORKS AND MUSIC. V A Grand Torchlight Procession of - Republican Clubs— The Capitol Grounds Crowded With Enthusi astic People to Listen to the Stirring Speeches of the Dis tinguished Guests. ; ';'•'■■.■;'.'•. Special' to Turn Mo.iw.isa Call. ; ■;-.-. Sacramento, Oct. 4.— With more than. .':';;*."•: - : - 1000 uniformed men in line and cheers from ";- .10,000 throats, Sacramento poured forth a y ••:.-. splendid welcome to Colonel JJ.irkham. to y/y flight' There is nothing uncertain about' 'the fealty of the capital city Republicans to _...'■ '.'" his cause, and the magnificent demonstra ,":• tion to-night is convincing evidence of -his ■'".' '.'/'-growing popularity. ' Marvelous as have ';.--': been his receptions at other points, the '•yi-.J'- greetings or the citizens, of this city out !.;..'-pranked •_. all. and evidences the truth 'of -. '...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 October 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. Rrnatev *^_#^^^ / <.^w&/fe^ \^vw^ unexanipM y Imv. ■;>., yvvv : r- ■:,: vaV ,^X - . ..yW^xX "X..... Ull I 11 1 1 1 1 1 !•■ -^ X7>X>> '•X *%%* _» " v — vU : .v, yiivvv finest .<^ xx , . k<^X\XXf : fi-i--i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 rntm> MffTRW • \ LOOK A Ho m FINEST X - X^^^S^X^'-- X - :XXv l^"i ■■■i;'^4-^-- X . - _^6^ I XXfITnT T"^"J I— < -""v\^ , X One-Fourth Cash; cy. ; y v|_i :« j/||4 1/J Q l l l "■'-■ '** '* -\y / , J A- t______ '•*"•' ' ' ' „ Jlvenue .y \X-X^> __nn Unnntli in C MAllfllO Ms- vixiilUilll: - <^%^^ s * Will y 'ih 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 nIfITrTTTITTTITR^^::,' ' One-Fourth in 6 fflonifls. y: /: NiJIL j- ,-;-. .-ytf ■*rx*'4a%AjmtvwT*rA**»..x*'*i. r**A. 7 / ■VS '/ /\ y«_, ---V-- ' . , , — , — , — , — | — . — i — I — >^ — r—] — | |T?1 .' : \ \ /■</ « i- ;- ■»- ■ _ .- ».:••-. -.'•. '#-X;J- fxn lIIITI I I 1 1 I J : U- i ;i 7«^, i . V \/£s\ •» I *"...-••••• >. X/'/ lift •/ X ' « 5 -^ Kirr.ni''""""'/" '"i"»" "" ' ' *\ ',-vXX' ' *...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 October 1890

4 p_____W___-_-_-----i .i ■■ i , .— -— — — _— — . T. ' THE MOkNING CALL • •• • Bat a. larger circulation tlinm hut other ] IV*. ' newspaper ynliUsliod In San Fraucisco. , "•"•-..'- - .- |-|i( vili'V OFFICE; \ .025 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 ! '■:■ • i •.-clerk p..M. BKAJ-CH OFFICES:' 710 Market I I . street. near Kearny, e| en until 12 o'clock inl.lnit.l_t: .'■■' . ISP Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 . ': •' I-irklri street, open until 8:30 l"Ct., aarl 2511 "KiMiuu meet, until 9 o'clock r. _. *•': — I st itii-Tl'ON KATES: ' • ' • ... nAXLY CALL (Including Sundays), *» per year by ] ! rill, postpaid.; It cents per week, or 6.V cents- per , .: calendar month through earrlers. DAILY CALL, five : : . rcj rr- :!. n.i ■ months. *l> '_«. SUNDAY CALL (twelve .'* pages), tl'so. per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL < '..' '. aid. VVKEKLY CALL *'_>'60 per year, postpaid. ] . ■ WEEKLY V.y.L (flight pages), si -ft per year, pee* .' ' - ' t&lti. Clubs ten (sent...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 October 1890

„*-", ; '. '.'ITY 1:1.41, : KSTATE. . ■ . c . i 1 'l\li COR. SACRAMENTO AND Dl> Jsj/l .O*-'". visadero; elegant 2-story and base- ment bay-window resilience ef 9 rooms and bath; ' 'stationary wr'r.-ii-slarnts, lauuilry, etc.: conservatory ; ' 'brick feunrlatious. s;o'- c .sidewalks aurl air modern .-. iMProvements: lot 26;8'-,xllo. Q. H. DMBKEN \ ._ co.. 14 -Montgomery St. - or."< 3t Sulu '• '___-?/ .JO.iN'STON. AYE., NX. GEARV ST ; .-r^.ii'i'U.. 2-story, -house of 9 roomsand lot 25x '.-- 125. G. H. CJIBSEN. A- CO., 14 Montgomery -.'ire'cit. '-.'••:. , ■ ' 0r.5 3t SnTnTh ■ ••■ V£;'i|VAll PAGKE'It AYE., NEAR GEARY ST.; . t^xfvt vjvt. new. i.ai-viinii.iw cottage of 6 rooms '•' ■ 'nritl b-''tu';.lTfck foundations, etc. ; lot 315x135., Q. .'. il. MiisiN ACQ-.. J4 Montgomery. ocs St SuTuTh CThiAA I ,,| .'"NG.BANCHEZ:BAV-VVINI)rTw ' .J.-IUV.U.. 'cottage of 5 rooms and bath; brick ' .-'foundations, l.r ... ■ -i-i-y. . etc. vice garden; lot 25x ■ 114.;. li 11. I MB-EN'-'A C 0.., M Mon...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 October 1890

6 .'. ■'■ :. . ' ' CITY KKAI. ESTATE.' . • '•" riAVID STERN *- SONS. REAL ESTATE '- -XJ Agents and Auctioneers.- 323 Montgomery si. . -$3250- Nearly new collage 0r.5 rooms aud bath;. .'• 27th st.-. pear Church: lot 22:8x105,. '.'.' $2500— Church st, bet 2Uh and. 25:h: 2-story '. -house of 5 rooms-, lot 25x75. •• ■ . . ' $3«so—Si|ipley st, bet. sth and 6th; corner storo ■'• -.and 4 rooir.s; upper pari 6 rooms; rear house of 3 ■' ro'ohis: rents $86: lot 25x75. . '-' - $3500— New cottase'jof-6- rooms and bath; 2, 1b -•-• st. ire if Gher-rero: lot 24*1 14. - '• .T575O^A- NE corner -on- Dolores st: improve-- .-intents; consisting of -2 flats or brooms and bath In =.' each; lot -2-1x114... . ... : $250.0-Ch'urehst, bet 2irb and 251h; house of 6 .. rooms; lot 2., vi... '■'-'" J. _. _. . " ' '$13.000— nt., N. line, nr. Goujth: 2-story ' -residence of 10 rooms :ni.l iraih: lot 27:bx120. ■• .' $10,860— Halght st.potui line, near Stelner: ele- - Can: .riew:r.-.l:it nous.-, of 6, 6 and 7 rooms ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 October 1890

NEW WIGWAM DEDICATION. :im . v| v- First Mce.-iD-.fi of the l.epubli '■•-v.-'*.'•: - C-il-1 Convent-ims, B .'.- Timporiry Organization Ffl>eted With Har- I V . mony Assorrfd— .lrc.quois C:nb Keating B--» at Metropolitan Hall. 'M '--. Few larger or more enthusiastic gather ;| ings ever.- assembled in this city than that ".§ ;: Jasl. night at the opening' and dedication of 9 the new Wigwam Jul the luvincibles on the '■" ■ i.nliia.-I coiner of Jones and Eddy streets. • ■: ..The structure Sias commenced two weeks :| -.' ago and only finisped yesterday. '1 lie build- W ing.will seat 0600; and iii a crush will accom % inidate much more. 'It will be used exclu ff sively fir political purposes,- and will re -I ' main open- every night during' the campaign ft as a sort of headquarters of the Republican |!" •: party. -. ■■'■ '■ .. ; „ ' ••' ;.'• - ; ; 'sf The dedication was made- the occasion of ■A ' a demonstration' arid ratification of the Re ? publican platform and ticket of the. presen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 October 1890

8 rWrv^' • ' - ■ ■ • -- : - Social Events Opcniiig of tie Autumn Season ■;■■'■'}* 'bf Parties and Family -'';•': ./Fetes.:. -. . ___E_E KING AT-HOME YESTERDAY. Hon, C. G. Bishop's Birthday Ahni-. ,' '..•• versary-vAn Enjoyable Spanish. ■[.■' Concert— The Calliopeans Honor. Charies Dickens— Party on Wal '.'■•■'■■ Street— U. :E. A. Entertain. -■„ mentr-Brief Notes. . •-:«_*__.•»^nhn»n__icß*; C.mival will take place thrs.ye.it on TI-itritsgiyiDg eve, Wednesday, ''_S*_'vehil-erj._!Gth, >it th. Pavilion. The car • liiv*!, WtiiCli is given, in aid of the order's . '.- 'charity-* fund, promises td.be nnnsaally at \. . trajtve. i' .Among the features will be an ' original Elks' march, composed specially for the'rocei-icn' to lie; rendered by a band of -*'.* jfor.y.ptece*'.'. .'.* *.-■*. ."'.-*.: *. ' Mi.rS Castle, assisted by .Miss Lottie Castle. ■ .gave' an. informal. lunch; party at her home ui. : BTi*a"!it.sireet ori -Friday last. '/. In : P(tiri-deli*lila September Gth. the; wed ■' '...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 October 1890

SURMY EDITION. AT MELROSE AND DRYBURGH. Emotions While Standing Anion? . the Great Temples of :•' the Past. The Pilgrimage From Foreign Lands to Melrose Abbey— A Chapel Dedi ; ; cated to St. Cuihbert The Waspish- Little Town of Jed hart—Ruins of Dryburgh Abbey. '"' Special to Tjie Sunday. Call. /pL^i T, \BUSWELLS (Scotland), Aug. v (( .''? l 23, .1890. — When yon stand \j^"~^N^ among the ruins of great tem f~*^**-**->. \ pies of the past, whether those .] '/''. '\Y J. temples were the outgrowth of i>sC±^>^:. hero, worship; of pure patriot ism,, or of religious-adoration and zeal, your ...fnti'fe c i lis.uess is swept by overwhelm * ing ■ "■hough almost indefinable emotion. \'.v iii . the harmonics, or discords of these l -.reels there is sometimes caught and crys tal . d from it thrill of feeling an emphatic '.';. perception and .conviction. Melrose Abbey, ■ iv: ii|l.tvs4tci..llieskv,:and Dryburgh Abbey.so .'.'nearly* leveled that great trees spread string ".•ril'iiis from ...

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. — 5 October 1890

10 THE FIELD OF SPORT. ■• . . '■'':■'._ . Olympians : Who Will Box and v ;.".'..'. IV resile on (he Turf. .'•'.'. Sift- Practice at She!' Mound and Harbor • ;'■;.;'•■. VifW— "fthst the Hunters Are Doing. l|Ej3 t ' Hasd-Bai:— S ockin? Streams. •'.. ;' Although athletic sports were compara lively dead twelve months ago they lend to. day all other branches and bid fair to hold the fort. Base-ball and pugilism in particu . ,'.' lar ate now numbered among the pastimes which have been helped out of existence by ; gamblers, who were allowed the right of way :!•;;, to deal with the participants as they pleased. Wen who find relief and pleasure in secur ■'•..'"ing the hills for game are now in the height of their glory, and the outlook for a good ..'.' season's shooting at duck and quail is very •'.'. promising indeed. The marksmen are not idle. The contest at the butts are very spirited every Sunday. ATHLETICS. Invitation Field .Day of ihe Olympic "■-'.,■-..'"' Club. The athletes of the Oly...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 October 1890

Carleton • Reopens the Baldwin Tomorrow Night With " Snnon." "A TRIP TO CHINATOWN." '■'■"■ Mr. Thomas W. Keene Will Open .;'•■•; His Second Week With "Louis Xl"— The Crystal Slipper " Shows No Sign of Running Down at the Heel — A New Comic Opera at the Tivoli. Lora Mollis Would Like to Take : [■■ a Bumper at Parting— New Violin Virtuoso— General Notes. ■: - Mr. Thomas W. Keene has stultified the favorite remark by our people lhat Cali fomians, and San Franciscans in particular. .-. always hold in kind remembrance the actor or actress who bas once made a good im pression here. The remark may have had some foundation years ago, or before the " railroad era, if you like, when the population of both the city ami State was at a stand still ; but its application to the present _ changing and bustling community is out of / place and altogether foolish. During his earlier sojourn in this city, the name of •-•, "Tom Keene" was a sort of household word -"■'.\ nn: tig the lovers of the drama, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 October 1890

12 A MAGNIFICENT REPRESENTATION. • The Transformation Scene in the "Crystal Slipper." • TheFcur Season?, Winter. Spring, Summer : . and Autumn, I-Ualisjd— The Picture :.'*.-'■ Crowned With the Golden Age. Tyr is seldom that a more beautiful concep • I*3 lien is seen * 1 '" 1 that wblcb is sn,,wn iv 5? the transformation scene in the "Crystal 'Slipper," now being presented at the Grand Opera House, From the front it is a '• gorgeous spectacl*. Fioti behind it is not so go '. eons, -and ths article is to explain "away ib • niyste y i.tt ching to the changes. " The conce ;i m an 1 ca ryi ig out of the plot is the-w -k of Frel Dtngeitie'd, and the . - Working of tie machinery Is superintended by G. C.vtrit v. the s'.ige manager. .The transformation represents a series of ''five epochs, 1 1 wt: winter, spring, summer, 'autumn ami ti tlden Age. In two of the galleries me i are stationed with calcium . lull's, each it lug supplied with glass blinds of d ffe 'Ot- eolo-s, the stage being sup...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 October 1890

MAY EDITION. IT CAN BE WORKED DOWN. Tlie Reducing of Flesh Is a Mat ter of Diet and System-, atic Exercise. NOT NECESSARY TO STARVE. Lotions, Herbs, Acids, Drugs and ■ Nostrums Injurious— Not Neces : • sary to Avoid Everything One ?.%[ Likes— Bread the Most Fatten "••'''. ing Article of Modern Diet. Flesh-Laden People. y^^rn O.METIMES when a wom?B /. C / I loses lier "waistline and Cuds it V —^***-r diflicult to lace her shoes she . —^ deserves sympathy, a woman loses hei waist line and utnls it difficult to lace her shoes she deserves sympathy, but when jr. J J she becomes Iho victim of a L^<^^y banting system she is entitled to pity. . Superfluous flesh is a dangerous ■thing to experiment with; it can be worked down, run down and even walked down, but .to re.-brtto drugs is to lay up a grudge that nature will unquestionably avenge. With out the slightest pretenses as a specialist in ; obesity, Mr. Kobert Bonner is one of the best authorities in the country on the subject ' of c...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 October 1890

14 BACK TO AFRICA. WRITTEN FOR THE SUNDAY CALL BY WILLIAM. I'/ESTALL, AUTHOR OF - THE PHAN -:-f-: TOM CITY,'' -NIGEL FORTESCUE," "THE OLD FACTORY.'' ETC., ETC. '■■'.'.'"'- CHAPTER 1. IT — -j MAKE the following statement— or ' j | confession, for it partakes of thena / S. ture of both— with great reluctance, . v. J being impelled thereto solely by a .' J 1 sense of duty and a desire to throw r_ flight on a terrible mystery; a mystery which has not alone bathVd the po'lee, but of which neither the trtdiied detectives of ■ Scotland Yard nor the amateur detectives of. the press hive suggested a solution that meets the facts. • It may be asked why the same sense of duty did not constrain me to make the reve lation sooner, ami while the farts were still fresh in the public recollection. The ques tion is casilv answered. lam only recover ing from a condition of nervous prostration . so protracted and severe tint for nearly two years I was unable either to write a co herent sentence or reca...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 October 1890

A TRUE STORY OF WAY BACK. It's" About the Cliff-Dwellers of Arizona, and Indians Vouch for It. . SHE WAS YOUNG-SHE WAS FAIR. - - ---ijjJ- But ' She Aroused the Love of a Medicine Man, and That's ■ Where the Tribal Troubles Be ganHe Put Poison in the Chowder, and Now They Are All in the Bright Hereafter. _____ V" - j 7 HE Indians of Arizona have 1 )j 1/ several legends regarding the i «— J; Cava - dwellers whose -' llfr - X r ' houses were described in my J L previous letter. Here is one of — -J them, stripped of the Spanish Words and the untranslatable expressions of the Indian*. "In the days when the great trees were not yet crowing," begins the story, "there lived in a beautiful valley a clan who had light faces and who were very Strong. They bad horses and lamb and sheep and corn, but they were warlike and fought with all the people around them until they bad killed off all but a remnant of one of the tribes. Then the strong tribe aban doned its houses ami departed away to the no...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 October 1890

16 BRASS-HAMMERING AS AN ART. ■:■-.;..';..; A Practical Worker Tells How to Hammer and Emboss tbo Bright Metal. * AN INTERESTING PASTIME. How to Do Work That Is Both Fash ionable and Remunerative — What Tools Are Required— Full Direc •: tions for Making Salt-Cellars, Card-Dishes, Fruit-Bowls and Ash-Receivers. /^p~~~^l OME time ago repousse brass ( ( V ___J' (hammering, 1 as an art, was taught . \"~ in the school of the Princess of f~X~~ — \ Wales at Sandringbam, and then I \_) 'it became all the rage in En- L^- "^ gland. Then a few young ladies tried it in New York and in fashionable Bosti n, and the fad now is working in brass. The price of brass has gone up and the sound of a light hammer on thin metal is now heard in almost every bouse. The following description of how the work is done, the tools •": necessary and quality of material, taken from the New York World, will, undoubted ly, prove of interest to many yonn*" ladies tin this city anxious to keep up with their Eastern sis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 October 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO. 128. THE NEW TARIFF. European Expectations That Were Not Realized. _s_.otia_ions Being M.de to Secure Reci procity Concessions. Exciting Experience of Emperors William and Francis Joseph Toe Cen tral Americans. -F-Cial to The Mobninq Cai.i-. _.-_-__, Oct. The Daiiy News says: The European expectation ot a revolt among ■ American farmers against the artificial dear , ness caused by the tariff has never been realized. It is always threatened, but always postponed. The idea that the new tariff is a blow at Canadian independence is as absurd as the talk of excited people here, who hysterically declare it is an attack upon . England. THE AMERICAN TARIFF. ■ An Excited F.el'.e in Austria Over the New Measure. Vienna, Oct. s.— Austrian newspapers ' are full of angry articles on the new Ameri can tariff, which receives more downright .. abuse than genuine criticism. The Govern l' 'it is try ing to allay the excitement over . the measure. The Minister of Commerce, in addressi...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 October 1890

2 SPORTS OF ALL SORTS. __-.ooi._g for Mi - SaTjige Medal til Shell Hound. . Co_!f!t cf the Os-land Canoe Handicap . _■»-_;•..- by the 0 vnt.-S- Good Ecorea at IIa:'o:r Vi'.w. The large number of marksmen who vis ittd S!:e*.l Mound yesterday were favored ■with a fine day for shooting. The light was steady, and the wind was juststion^: enough to, lake away the powder smoke and allow • a clear atmosphere. .' '1 he i Beers of the Third Regiment showed up in force. They were all anxious to pos sess the Savage Medal. Lieutenant-Col on. O'Connor, who has had possession of this trophy for the past year, used the urnin-t.ci-deavor to retain it for one year loosrcr. His effort however, was unavailing against the gallant assault of Lieutenant Kehrlein of Company B. The condition under which the Savage Medal is to be competed for is that all the officers of the Third Regiment who shall participate will shoot five shots each, and th, officer scoring the highest in his shoot will be entitled to t...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
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