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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 October 1890

REAL ESTATE. The San Francisco Keal Estate Exchange Meeting. The Twenty-ninth Street Tannery Hast Go. Important Sale of Property Follows the Announcement— Notes. Pursuant to notice a general meeting of 11 a San Francisco Heal Estate Exchange was held in the office of I3ovee, Toy & Co. yes terday afternoon at 3 o'clock, when tho fol lowing prominent dealers answered the roll call: W. 11. Uovee of Bovee, Toy & Co., Henry P. Sonntigof Shainwnld, Buckbee & Co., Will E. Fisher of Tevis & Fisher, J. J. o'Farrell of O'Farrell & Lang, 0.1). Baldwin of O. D. Baldwin, Joos( £ Mertens, N. C. Carnal] of the Carnall-Fitzhugh-llop kiuß Company, W. I. Morgan of W. I. Mor . Kan & Co., G.-H. Uuihsin of G. 11. Umbsen A Co., A. S. Baldwin of McAfee, Baldwin & Hammond, Edwin S. Tucker of O. P. vcu Hliein & Co. . AJter the reading of the minutes of the previous meeting, which were confirmed, the meeting proceeded to elect officers as fol lows.: President, W. 11. Bovee: Vi...

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. — 11 October 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL ! . ' fTa» a larger circulation than any other ,-' . i>ew«j)Epcr jiiiMii-luii In Sin T'rauciseu. CATION OFFICE RS Mantsomery street, new Clay, open until 11 ■ ' '■/li.rl. r. m. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market .-•■»:- itrctt.mar Kearuy, open >■'.! II 12 o'clock midnight; 111 i!;;\.-* ttreet, open until 9:30 o'clock; £03 ■l.arkin street, opeu until 9::>0 o'lock, -lid .513 -*' : Illation tliect. . pen until 0 o'clock p. M. si i i:st:i:irTM»> hate S: rAII.Y CALL (Incindlag Sundays), So" per fear by i nii.rcstiwtrt: IS cents per week, or 05 cents per calendar month tlirousb carriers. I>AILY c.m.l. live '' ' r<pif*ilirr<-uii>uths.s-u' 25. SUNDAY CALL(twely» ■ rapes), 51 .10 i« year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL mil >VIKKLV CALL »2 50 per year, postpaid. . ■ v.j.j.hi.\ CALL (eight pages), $1 -J5 par rear, paw ■ - 1 . .... 1. 1.. or ten (sent to one address), *10. Al<Ylt;>; SALES TO-I>AY. • FrnsiTi-itK.— l'.y Geo. I. Lamso'i. at lOlliLeaveu '• , wo...

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

SINI.SS chances. cJtTlTii SALOON AT A GREAT BARGAIN; O 1 - "\'. one of very best parts of Market St., near Baldwin Hotel: Is doing a trade of $20 per day; has .■1 long lease: Is really worth £1600; very best reasons for selling; this Is the best chance in the market to-day. Apply K. KEN XV. 22 Kearny st. It !>• i.),,|| GROCERY STORE FOB SALE: IS »*> I _.!■'». one ol best corners in the Western Addition; la handsiunely titled up and well stocked; Hie l.C.it ion cannot be excelled; an active man can ■ loan immense business re; c t reasons tor sell- lng. Apply K. KENNY, SKI Kcaruy st. It C'""l'll I'AKINi:K wanted, TO look , v ./,>'■!». an, 1 tlie offlce and hiretl help and as- sist in looking after general details in one of best- paylng livery and boardiagstables in this city; es- i.ibiished 10 years, ami t-learini; 9700 per month over all expenses: you can nave a most thorough in- lestisaii^ii bel re buying: no previous experience is required, but must be of steady habit?; on...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 October 1890

6 TO FANCY. '«' ,■"'" what mystery of space | Come you, nrracie or grace ! D""*"1 Shy, elusive, like a star II I sin.! across the night yon are. »1 .-'.iiiinc up the realms of dream YVUb a transitory gleam? Pbantom or the poet's limlti. From what shadowy domain Come you secretly, unsought, Making music of Ills thought, lsrluslue mm the cifi or rhyme At an ouexpected time ? Is there any magic Inre : . • v That will win yon quirk and sure? Is there any letter strong V Thai will hold you, soul of song? Tell me. Fancy, so that 1 ■ • - • ■ ■ m.iv not let me slip you by] Frank Dkki-»ter Shkrman. In Harper's Weekly. BURIED ALIVE. I^iRIDAV, and a warm, pleasant Juno • \» : -J afternoon. Mrs. Fleming was spin- ISa^ nlng at the lifg wheel ihe woolen ynrn tiiiit later she would weave into woolen cloth for winter wear, for, like other women pi that period, aha carded and spun the W( „'. wove the doth and made the gar ' hi iiu that they wore. The cabin v. as like those of the other set tl»rsoJ t...

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. — 11 October 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD. Tlie Patriarchs' Welcoming to General E. H. Black. Pleasant Home Parties— The Grippe Club's Second Gathering— Liberty Ledge En tertainment—Personals. An elaborate party will bo tendered Miss T. Dorsch at her home in West Oakland this evening, when tlie young lady will make : : debut in society. Miss Florence Williams of Berkeley will ■ l.i-r lrien Is nt the Occidental Hotel i m Tuesday evenings during October. The Progressive Spiritualists' Society will tbelr monthly social at Washington ii ill, Eddy street, this evenine. Mr. Theodore Mci tzof Alamefla wllleele the forty-first anniversary of his ar rival in this State to-day, lie sailed from i;:i men, German}-, In a brip called Reform, arrivins in San Francisco by way of Cape Horn. A wnsquerade-di mino party will be given I v b'idelit; Lodge, No. l. 1. O. O. F., at St. 'a Hall, this evening. 1 he society base-ball match at the Oak ! ad grounds this afternoon will commence at - o'( " k. Tne game will be given under ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 October 1890

8 A GREAT UPROAR. Placenille Falls Into Line for Markham. The Kepnrjlican Chieftain Greeted With the Greatest Enthusiasm. The Opera House Packed With Miners Who Have Been Won Over to the Cause of the Gallant Colonel. c; trial to The Morn jn-o Call. Place is ytixe, Oct. 10.— This city is fairly ablaze with enthusiasm to-nieht and from every hillside bonfires are blazing a livid tocgncd welcomo to Colonel Markham. The air Is resonant with the thunder of ex ploding giant powder and bursting fire works, and a thousand tongues have roared ed ocean-sounding ovation to the popular . favorite. In no place during his entire tour has his reception been mere boisterous or more spontaneous than here. The mountaineers, who do everything with a generous hand, have made great preparations find hundreds of people from the surrounding country had flocked info town, a:. d when Colonel Markham was driven down the street on his arrival the sidewalks were thronged with an eager crowd of spec tators, who...

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. — 13 October 1890

jgj ';.>:.•..;.:•:.:.:-;•:.:.:-:•:•:•:•':•:•:•"• r*:*:*:*:*:*:*: •:_•:•: HE •■•| THE BROKEN " 8 V Xi — 2. QC*y Squares of Real Estate matter in ,*. ' XI ~ 3 I/O i yesterday's CALL, or nearly as >*• ' I § many as the iV • '■•'■■ S- Chronicle and Examiner Combined. v I .'. -D - . Ml fij?3i "*"* *"»**"v"*z*i'*_*i*-*i*-*-*-*-'*-*»*-*i*-*i*r , I*l*l*l*l*l*l*l e_] VOLUME LXVII— NO. 135. PARNELL'S PLANNING The Escape of O'Brien and Dillon. ' The Detectives' Unsuccessful Search for the Fugitives. Ken. T. P. Gill Sent to This Country to ■ Make firrargements for Their Reception. Special to The Mornixq Call. New York, Oct. 12.— Thomas P. Gill, M. P., arrived on the Alaska to-day from Liver pool. It is -understood that he is here to arrange for the reception of Dillon and O'Brien. Hon. T. P. Gill, who arrived on the ! Alaska to-day, says that the escape of Dillon and O'Brien was planned before he left Ireland, because the National League believed Balfour intended to lengthen the trial so....

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. — 13 October 1890

2 POINTS POLITICAL. Bnckley Preparing for Precinct gist ion. ' v Or IText Governor to Be Given a Brilliant Eeception — Democrat! Declare Tint "B— kley Must Go." When Philip Prior raps for order at the reassembling cf Buckley's Educational and Judicial Convention to-night an effort will ' be made to fill the gaps in l_ a ticket caused . by the wholesale declination if nominees. Tlie first problem will be the selection of '.": twelve "tried and true" followers who will . consent to go to the "slaughter" in placed the following-named gentlemen who declined to lie guided by the crook of the wealthy ."■' shepherd: Thomas B. Bislioo, ex-Supremo Justice E. W. McKinstry. Atthtu Rodgers, George T. .Ma., Thomas F. Harry, Leon Stoss, John W. Burnett, William Grant, & : I. Kellogg. F. McDermott, J. A. Kelly «ad ex-Judge A. Craig. The latter has accepted a nomination for Superior Judge iv San : Benito County. The fa l that all the twelve mentioned were nominated by Czir Christopher, witii '■...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 October 1890

CITIZEN SOLDIERY. An Army Officer's Report on the Summer Camps. ~ : Only the State's Arms Are Criticized— A Fling at the N. G. C. by a Preacher—Oak land's War Correspondent. Captain John J. O'Connell, First. U. S. Infantry, who was detailed by the Secre tary of War, at the request of Governor ■Waterman, to inspect and report upon the summer encampments of the X. G. C, has presented his report. The document has proven a disappointment. It is luxuriant in praise and almost sterile in criticism. After wading through the two columns and a half of praise and not omitting men tion of the Captain's happiness "to be able to bear testimony to the uniform courtesy and hospitality extended as the representa tive ol the regular army by nil the officers of the guard with whom he came in con tact, it is found that the report declares re • garding the Sixth Infantry (Colonel Eugene . L«he) from the San Joaquin Valley lhat . '• the arms wire not in good condition old and worn and in many instances ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 October 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Hat •• Inr^rr circulation than any other •rnerißliaiicr |Hil>lifrn*H i" San l'ranciaco. i'.:.i< '.A HON OFFICE : 825 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 « 'clerk v v. WtANi H OFFICES: 710 Market reft, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; : ■•■fill .... street, open until P:3O o'clock; 603 ;.];.rliii fctreet, open until 9:30 u'luck, and 2518 Aiisaion meet, open nntll 0 o'clock c. m. ;i; y- V laSCllirTlOX rates: • rAil V. (all (Including Sundays), *3 per yearhy .' i sil.Taost] ul: 15 cents per week, or 03 cents per calendar month tl. :■■■■■-•!: carriers. DAILY CALL, fire ■ eci'les three months. $t; 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve ■' rapes). *1 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL .. mil WEEKLY CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. . Vi I.LM.v (all (eight pages), si -.. per year, post l-.u. Clubs ot ten (sent to one address), $10. AUCTION SALES TO-DAY. IrriNiTcnE.— UyJl. J, Simmons, at 1057 Market • St., at 11 „ clock. WiATHEK PKE DICTIONS. BlWil VI. SEBYIC-K. I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 October 1890

: * *'' BUSINESS CHANCES. v*.. •-■ -'.-' C'7**fWl PARTNER WANTED (A SURE FOR- i" i iHH'. tune) to look after the hired help, keep their time, etc., in a large, well-established business 1 in this cltv, employing trom 75 to 100 men continu- ally and working nearly 50 horses; is positively clearing from $t>oo to $1000 per mouth and con- stantly increasing; over $50,000 worth of work now on hand: no prevlons experience necessary, but must be of sober habits: owner is known all over the .State and can give the highest references; a most thorough Investigation allowed. Apply K. KENNY, '."J Keainy St. ll QALOON AT A BARGAIN— COME AT ONCE k? and set a fine business at a very low figure ; ono of the best established places on Market St.; doing a large trade; owner compelled to sell on account of . other H-partaut business. Apply I_ KENNY, 22 Kearny st. It ~~~~~~" .A COAL-YARD FOR SALE-FINE BUSl- .ayCail.'. ness near Third and Market; kept by present owner 16 years: be is retiring from bu...

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. — 13 October 1890

6 THE SOCIAL WORLD. • y -y ■■v....:.---.-i. : Extension of October's Engage mont Announcements. A Bowing Club Anniversary-The Hetty-Voll mer "Wedding-Parties to Come- Society Personals and Notes. We are rapidly nearing the delightful months that are universally dedicated by society to the ladies. The social world be comes contracted to the limit of four walls, and in the salon woman is undisputed ■ queen. No sway is more willingly recog- n ized or more absolute than hers. In all civilized countries she sets tno social key note and holds the future of the community in her soft bauds. To movo in the society of intelligent women is a liberal education of itself, and upon their intuition and guar . dianship of social propriety depend the co herence and progress of society at large. It is their wisdom that sets the social ball in .motion; it is they who decide to give or pa • tronize an entertainment because they recog nize the broad significance and purpose of society. Soon we will bo i...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 October 1890

SUNDAY SPOUTS. A Close Contest at the Petal oma Kifle li.-iige. Target Praet-M at Shell Konnd. Park— Olympic Handicaps — Discovery of a Phenomenal {printer. The good people of .ultima were much surprised yesterday morning at the large number of National Guardsmen who made that vi. their destination. The occasion for the visit was an -irranged shooting match between Company 15 of the Third Infantry ! Regiment of this city, and Company Oof the Fifth Infantry Regiment of Petaluma, the well-known -shooting company of the -Tatfunal Guard. The competing teams phot twenty men each, ten shots to the man, at Creedmoor targets, distance- 200 yards. it has always been conceded by the guardsmen of this State tint the Petaluma l- v- stood among the foremost shoot— companies west of the Rocky Mountains. In all their matches heretofore they have come out victorious. But yesterday proved an exception to their unbroken record, and . Company 13 of tlio Third Regiment won bard-earned laurels from thei...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 October 1890

8 THEY DIVIDED THE HONORS. Friscos and Oaklands Play Magnificent Games. Kid Cars, j Shuts Out tbe Metro poliliuis Without a Hit. The Senators Gain a D.nble Viotory Over the Stocktons— League Liners. Fully five thousand enthusiastic Oakland en had collected nt the Emery grounds yes terday morning when Charley Sweeny, clal In a breezy summer coat and maroon rap, called "play ba'.l." Intermingled with this number were probably eight hundred or thousand street urchins, who had sur rentitionsly scaled the fences, and who, though unprovided with cilliopes, rattles or fish-horns, brought their voices along with th in and lustily veiled for every clever play of ihe Colnnels, and as vociferously jeered Tip 0-S'eil, who his been unfortunate • enough through his numerous fumbles to incur the di-plcasure of the untamed kinder garten of Oakland. Coughlin occupied the box f- r the Mets and Cobb i ftk-iated fir the Colonels. Both pitchers atrovn to do their utmost, and Coughlin was the more succes...

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. — 14 October 1890

•'■♦: ♦:"♦_ ♦: ♦: ♦": -vQ>>: -♦:-:'-«>>:«>x^x<<<<>:ilgJ | THE BROKEN §| >* _"_. Qfi *7 Squares of Real Estate matter in S E El UO/ yesterday's CALL, or nearly as •*< V § many as the -■'■-■. \ ■.'.,- I I§• Chronicle and Examiner Combined. * at •■"' • _ ____ ' - ■ *.' I— —."'♦*• *•"*"•"__•'*!__ _---•!• _*I*l- _* I _*___*- _ __•*♦" _• i VOLUME LXVII— NO. 136. TO A HIGHER COURT. Justice Miller Peacefully Passes Away. _' His remains Will Probably Be Interred at Keokuk, lowa. Ei-S.cretary of War General W. W. Bel knap Found Dead in 'His Room at Washington. Special to The Morning Call, Washington, Oct. 13. — Justice Miller died to-night at eight minutes before 11 o'clock without a struggle and apparently without pain. A few minutes before lie died lhe phlegm in his threat gradually ac cumulated and his frame quivered, It was evident the end was fast approaching and the members of bis household who were not in the sick-room were hastily summoned to his be...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 October 1890

2 AT BOILING POINT. ■-- Boss " Buckley Nominates W. F. Goad for Mayor. filling the Places cf Stampeded Candidates. Reception for Markham and Morrow. Reform Democrats. " Down with bosses and monopoly," was ... the inscription in gliring ret tetters that adorned a largo transparency iv tlio stump wagon of the Re-orm Democrats last night. ■' The portable platform was stationed on Eddy street, near .Market, and the tuneful airs of a brass band caused several hundred .'* persons to assemble in that vicinity*. For uu hour the auditors applauded vigorously at ■ Intervals, while the speakers denounced .. Christopher A. Buckley, the railroad and other obj ects to which they are opposed. ■ A lhe first speaker was Peter berts, who alluded to the constantly increasing senti ' nienl against Buckley and the dishonest methods of his henchmen. He also called ■' '. attention to the fact that eight of the citizens placed on Czar Buckley's ticket for School Directors and also the head of his municipal...

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. — 14 October 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD. A Party at the Residence of Mr. and Mrs. 0. I). Baldwin. the Cottrell- Lycett Wedding Reception on Uo den Gate Avenue— An Ignacio Party— The V's Gathering. A reception, distinctively entitled "An Evening in Arcadia." will be given by the Temple Workers in the parlors of Plymouth Church on Thursday evening next at 8 o'clock. Tableaux will be varied with music, to conclude with a sociable and the service of "nectar and ambrosia." A ball was recently given in Cincinnati iv lienor of Miss Julia Bissell, who is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jordan at "The Gables," in that city. The thirty-eighth anniversary of the San Francisco Turn Vereins will be celebrated at their hall, 323 Turk street, on Sunday evening next. At a regular niceties of the Chebra Berith Shah in. he'd on Sunday, Bast Presi dent Brother 11. S. CaUsh was presented with an elegant gold-headed cane, the recip ient having held the office for the last two terms. Past President Joseph Schmitt, in an appropriate and ...

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. — 14 October 1890

4 • THE MORNING CALL rts» a lnr;;a»r circulation than any oilier newspaper p__-„__a-_ In Stan Francisco. rntI.I CATION OFFICE: f-S _io_t-0-H_J Street, near Clay, open rntll 11 frier!, p. U. ÜBA-aCH OFFICES; 710 Market .met, rear Kearny, open until 12 o'cloc 1 - midnight; its i-:<> street, open until U::'0 o'clocK: -03 _____> unit, open until 8:30 .'locs, and -aid _.i_.i_l Btreet, open until ft o'clock p. ... - «_"j:s('*;i*"noN RATES : T\_n.T CALL (ii.i':-.;. tin.- Sunday*), .15 per year lay rail. postpaid: IS cents per week, ores cents per calendar mouth throng- carriers. DAILY CALL, live i, ; ii sthree months. ... SUNDAY t Ai.i. (twelv. laics', «1 SO per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL a., iiiiiKi.i CALL .'.' 50 per year, postpaid. WEEKLY CALL (ciiitit paces). »l 25 per year, pos. laid. Clubs or ten (sent to one address). ii>lii. AITTIO-a SALES 10-DAT. Ic-Niti-hf.— ity M.J. Simmons, at 830 Sutttcr St., at 11 o'elodt. R___ Estate.— ny Easton A Eldridge, at O.ts Market St., a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 October 1890

Bl SIM CHANCE-. SB 'All PARTNER WANTED TO-DAY; LARGE a_e lUlr. .-..;•.-:: and ci It ■ ■ saloon dolUl lirst- aiass trade; $30 to $15 per day: la too much work lor one 1" run alone: mast have help; Is prepared to glare lhe greatest bargain ever heard of; no experi- ence reqnlreil; in i 'si act as cashier, look alter help; will Cud plenty to do; best 10c ition; established for years: Dill Investigation: heal reference and trial, see I.KO. ________ 135 Seal . st. It y.)...i -IS CHEAP AT $400; EXPRESS BUSI- t?—.VjyJ. ness; 2 --"".it:'- harness, first-class wagou. and regular work $20 to $25 per week; to be sold ■11 once "ii account or sickness: snap this up to-day, you'ii never ret such another chance like a c.EQ. STEWART, 135 Kearny st. It £.).-n PARTNER WANTED — FIRST-CLASS a, A-t'iVJ. cash commission business, with due trade, as will be proven bybooks; reference, etc. ; clears *S5 per month to each; eau be largely Increased by baring - ■'! man; prefer partner to clerk: money not so mu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 October 1890

6 r_.\NO«: VIOLINS AMI SHEET MISiC. AHE PIANO; 213S MARKET ST., Opt. Guerrero. °el 4 3t» TVEAI.LT NEW" II .llilir; 3 STKIXOS; VBBY ' IN pnarerfnl: great sacrifice. 344 McAllister. 21* J ______ KKtH-K. SOLE a',l.\l' £55 THE IV . _> equaled Schubert pianos ofN.T.t 410 McAllister St.. bet. I'olk and Van la ess; open evening- ocl'J 14- -' m lI. I. MAN-MAM FACTUEEB OF TUB CHEAP - I est and best pianos. '2004 Market st. oelUtf o_.srse.-s UPRIGHT PIANOS: MOST IIRILL- Iant and powerful. 917 Mission st. oeil tf MUST KKLIAIILE HOUSE TH lit OK RENT pianos. SCHMITZ A CO.. 1433 Market st. -.-."> If CPANISH i 'lt FRENCH SPOKEN IN 25 LESSONS; __> simplified method: classes forming- term, for Hie course only J--'."' l'ostofflce Box 1865. ocltt VBO.N MAIZY. AeiK.NT hOUMER, CHASE J' l'-riis., Ni-ee hi .a i. vs. 30S Post St. ___"■_•■_ tl - C_*'|. $160— PIANOS IN GOOD ORDER: NEW . ag) OU . pianos on easy Installments; planus tuned i.'l repaired. FAY. 1729 Mission st. au'J7JJni_ GREAT BARG AIK—...

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