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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 October 1890

MISCELLANEOUS. *. -. F YOU LONG TO-DAY ! I 1 == j p What we've got to say can be said in a lew words, anil 'lis that we I 1 intend to part companjr.witlfa pile of Overcoats (his week. The SPECIAL j I 1 BARGAIN IS A GRAND ASSORTMENT OF FINK IMPORTED KERSEY, I | WORSTED, CHINCHILLA, IKISIiTIUIZIO and MELTON OTERCOATS, g i every one of 'em worth $-0, but we've no friendship for Overcoats this g II season, so out of lhe house Ihey go at ? I ■ ■ -1 I " i^ — ~~ _Z___ZZ p You've some grand style* to pick from, all THIS SEASON'S NEWEST | SHADES. The tailorin- on 'em is perfect and yon can't duplicate an jjj Overcoat in town like 'em for short of $'_(>. TOUR PICK AND CHOICE fl .. OF HUNDREDS OF 'EM FOE |_; 1 I n • I •IXO -JL *d______al SK 'hvxtP 1 11 " 11 | I Ti__is Week at 1 ITliis Week sit | 433, 435, 437 ' | j Montgomery Street, Corner Sacramento, | c:;;:; « sr > :c: «^ BUFFALO BREWING COMPAHY! Sacramento, Oal. *"--■"•.•■•"-:•..-, , (U "j __ -_-_; •>_c= r^ \\Wk A p_ rfp 2^^?^- I ...

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. — 6 October 1890

4 ... THE MORNING CALL JIBS a larger illation than any other licv. simper «'■■>'''- In _-»_■ l-'rancisc3. PUBLIC ITIOJ. OFFICE* ." ' 6*jp J-Onlfonicry street, near Clay, opon it -11 11 '.-floci r. *_. Bl____NCH OFFICES: 710 Market • tire t. near ht*,ir: j.imp'i until IS o'clock! mi.luiglit; | - JSP. Hayes street, open until 9::.0 o'clock: 60S Larklu Btreet, open until 9:30 o'lock, ai_U 251*. M___.it.-* fetteet. open until 9 o'clock p. _. , .' . ci BSCKIFTION KATES: PArLT CALL (Including. Sundays), SB per year by ''* *_rsil, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per '" calendar uiontu ._iruui.li carriers. I. A ILY CALL.flve copies bree mouths. Stti 35. SUNDAY call (twelve rates), _■: BO per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL •-_*. aud, *W "____._ CALL --'2 50 per year, postpaid. .•.T>___l_.KLY CALL (elgtlt pases), *1 25 tier year, poSfr • *_._!—. 'Ciults of ten (sent to one address), 3>l_ AltllON __.A_L.IJ.. _I.'-I>.\Y. ! rriMMi;i:.-liy tico. F. Lorason, at 816 Sutter a. ...a...

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. — 6 October 1890

B-SINESB CHANCES. •C.JXAA PA'tTNUI WANTED IN A FIRST- . .i__tOUU. ci - .' -b business iii c;iy ; no previous - 'experience required; one of the present partners is retiring - f or lhe best of reasons; the remaining •' partner, who Is i. tiL-t-cta-s man, will show and '- "prove that the Imslttess has been clearing over $200 tier month.: best of refe.cnses given. Apply K. . KENNY. *.2 X' amy st. lt_ . TJavlnG BUYERS WILLING TO INVEST IN .'LA some reliable business, those desiring to sen * promptly apply to W. P. HEALY'. 1004 Market st It ■ ■_ I ".I'll '* m FACTORY; ICE-CREAM •.<_ 1 I' 'X I . an.' -n la ti'iiti .: uooppositlou; com- - iiraiids the trade >>! the Mission; will guarantee $100 per month clear. Apply IV. F. HEALY, loot Market ,it. It Q7" A SALOON, SOUTH OF MARKET ST.; '.-?"** ' "-average receipt- _*.;;> per day; trial ■ given: _est reasons for selling. HEALY, 1001 . Miirkct St. It __ill|'ll CORN— B GROCERY AN BAR, (jpll'tM'. clearing $100 a inoiilh $1000— Flrst-...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 October 1890

6 THE SOCIAL WORLD. A Bright Roll of Late Engage ment .Aiiiionnccnicn-S. '._ •' Numerous Pleasant Family Catherines iv the .••".; . City and reiphb:rhood— Forthcom ing Parties — Notes. Brilliant weddings set the keynote of the ..*' past week's social symphony. There were also Several notable inauguration parties ." by new clubs, containing much of novelty and promising to contribute markedly to the general fund of entertainment this com ing season. Formal receptions and dinners, ■ with more or less formal floral effects, ■ are out of present fashion, but hospi tality, with all that nature and art can suggest to accentuate its graeiousuess is - Steadily gaining ground in their place. Friends are being asked to meet friends, ' simply and without undue formality ; llowers and lovely foliage are naturally employed to enhance the occasion, but no longer take ... preci deuce of more essential preparations for entertainment. Thus are conserved in clination and energy fcr more particular re...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 October 1890

LOCAL POLITICS. ; "Boss" Buckley May Indorse '■-': *.-.*■•' Captain McDonald. '.*}".•'••: ' • -**: : City Officials 'Who Hi-gleet Pablic Business to ;. : . Attend to Politics— Notes Gathered :. *. Here find There. ;'.'.' 'One of the most sensational rumors in ■-. local politics this campaign was current on ./'the. streets yesterday. It announced that vi-; »" Suckle? had arranged to execute a •'_• '-'a Hank, movement upon the Reform Demo . crats by indorsing Captain McDonald lor _*.'• '-Mayer at the Democratic Municipal Con .-. '.VL*!fi' to be held in Metropolitan Temple . * to-morrow evening, and that by this strate -;gs.ic .movement the nominee of the bolters • would be most effectively "pulled down." " -.* 'Buckley is well aware that he is so bitterly ''detested by Captain McDonald that to .'indorse that gentleman would most prob ' ably result ia his instantaneous refusal to acceptthe Boss' nomination. ..'..' It i- possible that there is some truth in ' the rumor, for Buckley did ...

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. — 6 October 1890

8 ALMOST ON EVEN GROUND. ._ .•:■... . Colonels, Senators and Met ropolitans Bunched. An Exciting Period in the Race for the Pennaut. l-o Games in Which the Bay Teams Defeat • Their Country Comim — Victorious Friscos aod Oakland!. Although GOO of the regular patrons of the local grounds took advantage of Colo nel Robinson's excursion to Sacramento, . their absence was scarcely missed in the multitude which thronged the grand stand and bleachers of the Haight-street ball grouuds yesterday. It was a crowd remind ful of the immense assemblages of previous seasons, and every good play or hit was greeted with old-time enthusiasm. Stimu . lated by the' closeness of their position to the leaders, the home team went in the game yesterday with the determination of winning, and fairly outdid all previous efforts of the week. • It was of the greatest importance that Finn's aggregation should win the game, for '. to lose it at tills critical point of the race would mean a serious set-hack to the...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 7 October 1890

' i_j'_j t -"«:-♦»:«>: _-«:-_*•>>: _._igjj 'Sv Food For Reflection ! i. p • V ;*> 1083 people in San Francisco daily place .♦. V their wants in the columns of THE CALL, .*, «5 ' because it is the only want medium. V : [,•,[ J *___! fir—nl -.-_-.-.*— —.-."—.-.—.— .".^. *,".".' .~ .~ .—.".-.—.—.' .' .—.'.- tit: ll VOLUME LXVII-NO. 129. 1 . "- ■ >_*— - -~ ********* — I ** — ™~*~~'*'* — ~***-~_-"__^ IN COUNCIL. Irish Nationalists Hold a Con ference. _ Committee Appointed to Visit America on Behalf of the Cause. fin Appeal for Aid for Starving Tenants— A • -Iffi*. From Parnell — The Trial of Dillon and O'Brien at Tipperary, Special to TllK Morsisq Call. Drtii.i-, Oct C— The conference of the Irish Nationalists, called by Parnell, was held to-day. A part of the business was the selection of a deputation to visit America to lay before the people of that country a plain statement of the situation of affairs in Ire ' land. John Dillon, William O'Brien, '1 nomas Tower O'Connor,...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 7 October 1890

2 POLITICAL WHIRL. Getting Ready to Nominate the :*..; Local Tickets. Buckley's Vain Endeavors to Bridge the D.m eeratic Split— Warring Factions Air Their Grievances. .' In endeavoring to form a municipal ticket v which will hare a semblance of respectability •'.Buckley bas a committee canvassing repre ■ sentative business men for the purpose of • persuading seme one of tlicm to accept a "-• unanimous nomination lor Mayor. The i appeals of the committee, it is generally /understood, have been coldly received up to :..the present time. Buckley has been too long ' in the Political business to expect to lmod .* wink any reircsentative merchant into beading a" ticket which will be completed 'Wiih the names of the longest honored lambs. . ib the Boss' flock. ' The lambs who have been clamoring for -.- I:.,- minationwhich is now being trundled • around from door to door have gone out of • tlie fight in übeoince to oiders from their ."wealthy shepherd. They have withdrawn mare readily sinc...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 7 October 1890

ONLY A WATCH CHARM That " Grand Army Badge " Epi sode Explained. • An Imi'.aticn of the G. A. B. Star, Mace rf the . " Purest Id," Presented to Colonel Markbaat-Justice to All. On the 10th of September Inst, at a ratifi . cation meet in held in Saratoga Ball, San Francisco.the Milton Club.a local Republican i rganization, presented Colonel 11. 11. Mark ham, the Republican nominee for Governor, with a watch-charm made in the shape of the slar of the Grand Army of the Republic, the material being of " purest gold," as one of tbe speakers remarked. The presentation was not made by mem lers of th.' Grand Army of the Republic, nor on half of any organization thereof, nor even by ex-soldier?, but by a political club to the soldier standard-bearer tf the Re publican paity of California. The eift was accepted in titer spirit in which it was given, and the episode would have created no special public comment but for the action of certain Democratic mem bers if Cass Post, G. A. I: . abjut hal...

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. — 7 October 1890

4 ■yy THE MORNING CALL •pah a larger edrrnlatlon than any other i.t-urini'M' i.ni.ii-ln-.l 1.. ■* ... I .ainiscj. li i;i.ir \ti<i • OFFICE: (BB MODtgumenr Btreet, n r Clay, open until 11 ci clock r. m. >.:'.*• II MOES: 710 Market street,] Beamy, open ui.:;t 12 o'clock midnight; . S:fp Haves street, open i. til 9:31) o'clock: 603 liMkin street, open until V-.'i'l o'locS, ana CMS *a.iiaic.xi Street, 0.-m until 0 o'cl-'-k c. St. PVBSCKIPTJON *• rESt rAII.Y (AIX (including Sundays); sa per year by , til.ro: ij id; 16 cents per neck, or 65 cents per ctlcDilar month turouitli carriers. DAILY CALL, are a jin in.-.- mouths, **0 -'.'.. SUNDAY CAU. 'twelve •pages); il 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL A ii WJcXKiI i. ML $2 JO per year, postpaid, ■PLKKLY CALL (eight p»;es), $1 25 per year, post; *>*..u. Clubs of ten (sent to on. address), ?lo> Al 1 iiO.N SALtS 10-DAT. 1 i i:n :-.. i.e.— C'L^s. Levy, at 538 California ■st..al 10 o'clock. 1 . i -.ii c.- Bj Geo, F. Lamson, at 740 Kil...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 7 October 1890

BUSINESS CHANCES. •_ 1 11(1(1 LEGITIMATE WHOLESALE slANU- tpic'l'U, fa. 'luring business: partner wanted ln a large house, established and successfully running! . gool manufactured and used are on orders from leading houses, and have a reputation In lhe city aud the Pacific Coast as being the best In the mar- ket: has large Sto k; employs to 12 hands, with trade clearing 4350 to #45.) per month; and to sup- ' pu and fill the Increasing orders requires the as- fistan. c of au active working partner, for which a ' bargain seldom offered will bo given; thorough in- vestigation an.l best of references. GEO. BTEW- ART, 135 Kearny St. it I*"*. • 1 ii, . . HEAP I OH l.l -s. ALOON : ON EOF THE O* tU* '.neatest, nicest, cosiest little coffee-saloons north Market St.: "tiered for sale cheap on accountot sickness: clears every day $2 50 to $3 50: auybody - can run this ice; rent. Including water and pas, only $25; lor something woudertu! in a bargain see tbls •day. GEO. STEWART. EC. Kearny st....

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 7 October 1890

6 CUrRCH KEVEKIES. 1. . . EY A COXKIPZ-S'T LOVKB. s-+J HE'S as dainty as a rose, .\- • C s| BhP has s.i.-li a pretty nose, J**— Ami she just knows how to pose J-, J lv aer pew. She wears such a fetching hat. •' "■.' And I watch her as a cat Will watch a mouse or rat. -.'.r.. : r Wouldn't you? '.' - * **. If you were In my place .-. ■ And til.l see her pretty race ' -,-- * And her form so full of grace, 1 opine, ■"•■,■■ '..- ; '. That in love up to your ears * :■- .*• '•' Ton would fall, but then no tears ,- * - 1 would have; the little dear's '■'.'-' All, all mine. - v — "N. Y. Herald. THE TRAGEDY ON THE HELEN. !. .- ',- fco*scr.r*DF.D.J • f 'tT'S fresh enough here.' said Rob; 'and ■■'■■■ I*? so you can have all that yon wish. But 1$ about these presentiments Miss May. I was telling Harry that mine, if they were bad. generally come true.' "•Then 1 hope you have no bad ones how,' she replied, nervously. ' '■•-. '. . "His face grew very sad and worn-looking. and there was a nervous mo...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 7 October 1890

PACIFIC SYNOD. The Presbyterian Council Con cludes lis Labors. A Kn-ftnr? Almost Cinsed by the Thto'ogical Seminary Question— Election of Synoiical Officers. Tlie fourth day's session of the Tres byteiian Synod of the Pacific was held in Calvary Church yesterday, Moderator Min •tcn presiding. . The Moderator, the Stated Clerk and the Permanent Clerk were appointed as a com mittee to revise the standing rules and re port at the next synod. ' The Committee on Church Erection read a, report highly Indorsing the Occidental University, and recommending it for aid from the board to the extent ol $5000. At the afternoon session the report of the Committee on Theological Seminary gave rise to considerable discussion. In regard to the trouble growing out of the ap pointment of 11. C. Minton as professor of theology in place of Dr. Frasierthe com niittee reported in favor of sending the mat ter bark to tbe Board of Directors of the seminary for reconsideration. Br. Matthews offered as a subst...

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. — 7 October 1890

8 A BRISK CAMPAIGN. ; Political Leaders Discussing the Issues of the Day. Colonel Harkhain Everywhere Greeted by Enthusiastic Crowds. Grand Republican Demonstration at Downie ?M _ille and a Democratic Meeting at Eakersfield. Special to The Morning Cal_ .. Downii.vii.i.e, Oct. 6.— The reception ■ tendered to Colonel Markham since leaving Sacramento has been no less enthusiastic than was that which greeted him before the arrival at the Capital City. The party left the latter place at midnight on Saturday . and proceeded dinct to Nevada City, where Colonel Markham remained over several hours to secure much-needed rest. George Knight, who took the place ol 11. V. More house, accompanied him, and they were, on arrival at Nevada, driven to tie National Hotel, wl ere rooms had been engaged. They nt red at once to their rooms, but were called at an early I.our, and soon the Colo nel was surrounded by a large number of citizens, who called to pay their respects. Hundreds crowded in and out, ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 October 1890

X . |tr7*'>r*»:i<»i«i«r«>>r , , , , i , , i > -i*'^-*jlß } I Food For Reflection! g fo . — — — — : - -.py ir ■ ' X 1083 people in San Francisco daily place '/, £; their wants in the columns of THE CALL, I jv because it is the only want medium. V s «' _H [f-3( -,-.-.-„•-.-.-, -.'.',.'.^,' r . '.'.'.'•'•'•'' a' *'•'. ft.. __ **_*2i— C \f-t\ l VOLUME LXVII-NO. 130. A FALSE ALARM. Buenos Ayres Excited Over a Reported Outbreak. .. The Streets Patrolled by Troops in Antici pation of a Revolution. Morley Replies to toe Criticisms on His Recent Speech Condition of Affairs in Ireland, Special to The Moknixo Call. Buenos A tues, Oct. 7.— A .panic was ■ caused here last night by the rumor that a fresh revolution had broken out. Troops were called out and patrolled the streets dur ing the night. The police were rapidly armed with rifles and held in readiness at the Central Station. A special train was dispatched to Zarata for re-enforcements of artillery, which arrived this morni...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 October 1890

2 TWENTY-NINE CONVENTIONS. ■'. Republicans Adopt a Munic ipal Platform and Select a Mayor. '■„ G. H. SANDERSON THEIR CHOICE. :.-:.* The Democrats Organize anil ; * dominate a Partial Tickvt.' Frank McCoppin Heads Buckley's Slate— Part of the Republican Legislative Ticket Nominated, and a Long List of Names for School Directors Submitted. Elections in the Various Districts. B'nai B'rith Hall was the Mecca toward which all good pilgrims of the Republican • faith turned their footsteps last night, with the result that the place became thronged at .an early hour, and it needed all the strength ■'. of the Sergeant-sat-Arms to keep the reserved space clear for delegates. 11.' Dora rapped ' the meeting to order at 8 o'clock, and with out any preliminary remarks ordered the . roll called. - A bundled and fifty-three delegates hay • ing beeu voted preseut reports of touim [trees '. ■ were announced In order. 1 E. W. Blaney, for the Committee ou Cre dentials, reported the withdrawal of the V'...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 October 1890

. MISCELLANEOUS. yap j •* _w_t * _gg *•■ '.i'"!--: %-^-y st-v^vj*! 1 _- - v -"S-V 'a I*A"h1 * A" he g_ yy-.'TG m ■.'_ v -336338 .—!■_■ SB3PBS "■ -■-■ "*'■'■£ ! . S_s__W J J B3aßa_gß_______B__a_i_t_s__— _»■ SAY, LET GO! | •^-7~_ET H T ■ "__*"__3__^.. I I SAY, LET GO! | ■WII_I_ "__HE_3_Fg__ I Now, that's just what onr jealous competitors would like ns to do. I \ But we don't intend to let go until every Overcoat in lie house is gone. I; h Vie are going to keep ding-donging at you until you get an 3* 1 A_/CDPAAT I 1 UV !^iit__>LJ/\ I ■ I %_T V J___JL _ *%aS .*:■». a. v ■ | We've too many ; they've got to go. Yer see! They've got to get v,> I 1 and skip. And it won't take much sugar to get one either. ij : $3.50 b I Buys you a bang-up TWEED OYEBCOAT. i 'i Buys you n dandy CIIISCHILLV OVERCOAT. h i <£> i .Qv_J r| S Buys jou a nobby WORSTED OVERCOAT that'll surely cost you $12 50 if gg '-j you try to buy it elsewhere. a I || " ll I !$7.50 Ilnys you a nobby WORSTED OYEBCOAT tha...

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. — 8 October 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL flue a larger circulation than any other newspaper poMi-in-sl In S*"i l*rassci»cu. rilll./ ITION OFFICE: B"o Hi ontgomerv street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock i: «. BUANCH OFFICES: 710 Market Street, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; TIP Hayes street, open until '.':'«> o'clock: (503 L»lkin street, open until B : :*0 Clock, and '1518 **_Si>ioli street, open until 9 o*cloek p. Ac A l/ CTION BALKS TO-DAY. • FrKMTCFK.— Hv (leo. 1. Lamsoti, at 3013 Cali fornia St., at 11 o'clock. Fe-RNiTi-iiK.— By "iii. Hi.ltcrlielil. at 1139 Bush St., at 11 o'clock. IV. • AiiiKi; nti.iiit x Brou ii. SERVICE. U. 8. ARMY, ) Division ok 1 111 Pacific, > fSA.S Francisco, Oct. 7. l-.iU-J r. m.) Synopsis for the Fast T« -f.iir Hour.. Tho baronietor is highest In Western Oregon and lowest in Southeastern Calirornla: the temperature lias fallen in all districts except Southeastern Cali fornia, where it has risen; nun is fallen in Oregon and Washington, elsewhere fair ...

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. — 8 October 1890

tl ESS CHANCER TIATINO BUY! WILLING TO INVEST IN 1 i bos c relial.re business. m..5.. desiring to sell promptly apply to w. F. HEALY. H)o4 Market st.lt* .-,„, CAN in FACTORY; ICE - ORE LM C'lOov, ami ssria fountain: ho oppositiou; com- mands the trade of the Mission; will guarantee . $100 per month," « F. HEALY. 1004 M rket st. If ypf'-fl SALOON. SOUTH OF MARKET ST.: so ft *jU. rssceipts $15 per day: trial giveu; best reasons selling. HKALY, 1004 Market st. 11* _|,i|w» COKNER GROCER. and bar, Cl'""'. clearing *1 •(> a month $1000— First-rlaas saloon, near . a Idw lv Hotel. $2000— Paper route, clearing $200 per mouth. ' $260— Coffa c .1 .! chop house, Market St. $250— Partner in wood and coal yard: bargain. $300— Partner In restaurant; guarantee 975 mo. ■ $300— Partner in cash business: clears $00 each. $400— Express business: cle.irs $90 per month. 9300— Cigar-store aud lan dry; club rooms. $200— Branch bakery, .'.... and notion store. -vi. P. HEALY, 1004 Market st. It* qftlOX 11...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 October 1890

6 HOUSES TO LET. d..4>/\ 7 ROOMS AND BATH ;22 DE BOOM ST., «Jr_l. >« off Second, near Hrannan. oc7_tf_ MOSS. OFF HOWARD, WET. SIXTH AM) XO seventh— Nice sunny rear bouse; 4 large rooms, yard and cellar; cheap. oc7 2t« • 00 LARKIN: HOUSE. 6 ROOMS. HATH: _,il Zi modern elements. Apply 2310. ocstt 1 IKSr-CI ASS HOUSE— IO ROOMS: LAUNDRY; I' all modern conveniences; In perfect order; suimy yard: marine view. 1513 Washington. 5 7t* HOUSE— CALIFORNIA AYE.. NR. 27 IT I ST., . J 1 bet. Howard and Folsom sts, oca St* •£• iT* — JlB-COTTAGE * AM) B ROOMS; C"lL)bat!i; basement, teeutli and Dolores . streets. ocs 7t» v . on 2407 II AT ST.. NE WEBS TEE-HOUSE »A. of 7 rooms and bath; modern improve- ments; large sunny lard anil basement. ocs St* . . -.1 litTrsjef!) - ROOMS AND RATH: 31SVi «_ •'• 1. 01 arrell St.. cor. Mason; only reliable ■ tenant. Apply to 15 Grant ave^ oc4 ot 1 il 4 CASTRO— 1 BOOMS; BATH; ALL MOD- -1 111 crn Improvements: $16; key grocery.o3 7* C;Q 3 SUNNY ROOMS. 1784 HARRI...

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