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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 October 1890

PHYSICAL CULTURE. Ladies' Clubs Organized for Ath letic Exercise. Co-tments on the Proposed O'Connor -Kemp S.ce in Alameda— Amateur Boxers and Gymnasts— Coursing. Last year a few members of the Women's Educational nnd Industrial Unifl-I formed a class of physical culture, and secured per mission to practice in the Olympic Club rooms. The class met with great success . in 1 many applications for membership were received The managers of the union took the _■_>_- : tor in hand with the idea of obtaining quar ters which would be entirely at the disposal of lhe members. The class could only secure ;' tbe Olympic Club rooms twice a week, and . this was a serious drawback to any exten sion of the club. Accordingly arrangements were made by which the union has the ex • elusive use of the gymnasium at 2426 and 2428 California street, recently fitted up at an ex . i . nse of . I 00, and containing all the latest ■ ai.d improved gymnastic apparatus. Mr. Smyth has been retained as teacher, ....

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. — 14 October 1890

8 REPUBLICAN BOOM. „ :. " Stockton's Tribute to the Peo !v:*; : pie's Favorite Candidates. ; •'■'/.. The City Decorated With Bunting and Illuminated With Fireworks. ■'-.;' Magnificent Parade and Open-Air Meeting. Ringing Speeches on the Issues of the Canvass. Special to Tun Mohnixo Call. Stockton*, Oct. 13.— This city is in the hands of Colonel Markham's Iriends tO -"..: ; night, and the reception which has been ten '■-.' dered cur next Governor is in striking con trast to the dull affair which foil wed the , arrival; of Mayor Fond on Saturday last. ■ * ■ : . Democrats of all degrees of party faith are ..':'•"' disgusted at the entire lack of enthusiasm ■- elicited by Fond, and say that the y . great difference in the demonstrations will ■'-■■. seriously affect their chances in this county. A prominent Democrat, in conversation •' with a Call correspondent to-night, said "' the reception given Colonel Markham to night was the largest political demonstra tion seen in Stockton for man...

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. — 15 October 1890

>l ''''^"^^*»'%*j»**"~^*"''^*y*'»~**»*>~V } Everybody | 8$ C rsl *-. BOOKS TOTHE CALL TO I >>< M I Cl FILL THEIR WANTS. I ,X I J i'lill HELP WVNTED APS TESTEISPAV. $ K*| 203 HELP WANTED AT>S TESTEISTJAY. g "iinii^^^ > ioi' > i*^ > i*'- , i*-* > -*-* :^* > - < i |> i y i > i , i^r , i*i , i*'i^i , i' > ""i 51 VOLUME LXVII— NO. 137. EUROPEAN FINANCES. The Rate of Discount Raised in Germany. ;•'*•• The President" of the Imperial Bank . Carries His Point ;;:■ England's Gun-Boats Ascend the Zambesi Despite Portuguese Protests. The Socialists. '.'•'-'■• Special to The Mousing Call. London, Oct. 14.— A correspondent of the • Standard in Berlin says a majority of the ."-. C.it tni! Committee of the Imperial Bank of . Germany strongly resisted the proposal of the President of the bank to raise the rate of discount to 5% per cent. The President .-'..' thereupon convoked a meeting of a special "...committee of the Directors and three dele gates from...

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. — 15 October 1890

2 THE SOCIAL WORLD. i -pA. ' Charitable Enterprise by "The King's Daughters." .'.-' The K:s»y Dinner Parly- The Wis-rnrter He :'-.'.: ceptioc-A Military Bill— Peer leas Club Party— Hot** :''•■. The Ilaruionie Club have issued elegant '.'■■■ invitations for a social to be held at their "■cosy cluh-rooms in Union-square Building, ' qn Saturday evening next. Miss Alice Huntington's "Paul Jones" is '."'■ a great sue. at the Broadway Tneater, "'. '.New York. On the lirst night there ware .-..present several well-known Californians. •-*-- Among them were Mr. and Mis. Fred Vf. Sharon, Miss A Ice Boalt, Mr. and Mrs. ■"" ; Henry Janin, Mrs. Theresa Fair, Mr. Lloyd :>. T< -rts, Mr. and Mrs. Gunter aud several . others. v-' -■"-".. • ri:. -nix Council, No 780, American Legion " •:'. of Honor, will give an entertainment and social at Washington Hall this evening. ■■-".'' : Mrs. Marcus D. Boruek gave a dinner ■■" party in honor of Mrs. 1). F. Verdenal and . '".. Miss Verdenal the first of ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 October 1890

BOARD OF REGENTS. Senntor Caininetti's Failure to Pay Intrusted Funds. A Breeze Created by a Committee Report. Resignations and Appointments — The Chemical Laboratory. • The Regents of the University of Califor nia met at their rooms, 320 Sansome street, yesterday afternoon, T. G. Phelps presiding, and the following members present: Re gents Stebbins, Martin, Bartlett Phelps, Miller, Uallidie, Houghton, Wallace, Sloss, Marye, Green and Hoitt. Tin* Finance Committee reported that it had not audited bills to the amount of §574 for work at the agricultural equipment sta tion at Jackson, Amador County, because the board had not perfected its title to the land on account of 530 which had been paid to A. Caiuinetti to ba given to ax Italian who was willing to release all his claims for that amount. The money had not been paid to the Italian, although given for that purpose almost two years ago. Regent Wallace believed that the bills should be audited anyhow, as the board owed the money fo...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 October 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Ens a farcer circulation than any other ' liewPiiajier im.rilUln'ri in Sun Fraucisco. rUHI-ICATIOX OFFICE- . Bin Jnontgomerjr street, near Clay, open nntll 11 o'clock p. M. r.RANCH OFFICES: 710 Market street, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; : ill Hayes street, open until 9:1:0 o'clock: 003 ' JLarkln street, open nntll 9:30 Clock, and '.'sl!' Hda— on ttreet. open until 0 o'clock p. m. AUCTION SALES TO-DAT. rtJLMTVJ- c— By Geo, 1 . Lamson, at 1321 Market St.. at 11 o'clock. '. AIIIKK I'KEUIt'TIONS. SIONAI. Service, 1". S. A— XT, *) IIIVISIOM OK THE PACIFIC, > »AS Francisco, Oct. 14. 1890-5 P. St.) Synopsis for the I'ast Twenty-four Hours. The barometer Is highest In Western Washing ton, and lowest in Southern CaUlorula: the tem perature lias fallen In Northern Washington. South ern Oregon, Western Nevada and Central Califor i la, elsewhere has remained nearly stationary. Bain has [alien In Northern Nevada, Oregon and washing. - ton. The following rai...

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

ItISINF.SS CHANCES. j HAVING 111 IRS WILLING TO INVEST IN JLI same reliable business. those desiring to sell ' promptly appl_ to __■ **'• HEALY. 1004 Market SLlt* J .. irt.ill CANDY FACTORY; ICE-CREAM ' rt*** J.«)l.'U. and soiia fountain: no opposition; coin- mantis the trade of the Mission: will guarantee . f i«0 per mouth. W, 1-. 111. M.l . loo; Market st. It* I 0 7*. A SALOON. SOUTH OF MARKET ST.: «"T I OVJ. receipts $15 per dny: trial given; best I casons selling. HEALY, 1004 Market st. It* I (I*l AAA PRODUCI-.-SI'ORK; 2 GOOD TEAMsT *J* IUUU. now doing business over $2000 a month, clearing $250 a mouth over all expenses; ■ irase as long as wanted : must be sold at once. .1. E. W ELLS .V CO., 310 Kearny st. . ucls 3t« K^lliAA LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE; •pOUUU. 17 extra flue horses: vehicles and bar- i --...1 lew: -5 high-priced boarders: cheap rent, with lease; positively ears $350 to 9100 month; -30 days . 'wed to Investigate before buying. .1. E. WELLS A Co.. 310 Kearny St. oc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 October 1890

6 ■'*•"• HOUSES TO LET. _____ • UOARDING-HOUSE, NE. CoIC'SoTdEN 'GATE •'** 15 and Franklin ; 26 rooms, 12 bay-windows, 18 front rooms, bath-rooms, kitchen, dining-rooms. oc!s « BERNAL HEIGHTS. KOSCIUSKO ST., NEAR -"'" f> Crescent aye.; '.I-story bouse. C. S. CAPP &CO., .-415 Montgomery st. ; oil 4 "'* '■' •"■•» ELEOANTLYaPArERED 14-BOOM CORNER : A bouse, bow-windows side and front, on Golden •I Gate are., near Van Ness; snu all day; to desirable tenants $87: water free. Apply Room 3, Burnett i "Bull Imp. 1361 Market St., bet. 3 and 6 r. «■ OCI4 tt HOUSE TO LET FOR ROOMING OR LODGING ■house. Apply 182 Stevenson St., saloon, rear , -of Palace Hotel. ocl»6t*_ C). ) ROOMS AMI SIOKE; ALL NEW; SUITABLE -.-.for sailor boarding-house; lirannan St., near Pacific Mall Dock. Apply to J?. C. MOLLIS . 138 ' Montgomery st. oi-l'-'.t REAR HOUSE: 4 ROOMS AND 3 Till: BE < Lf» ets; llOTwclfth st: rent cheap. Apply MAPI- . SON * BURKF*. 401 and 403 Montgomery st. 12 ,t ONE OF PRETTIEST HOMES...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 October 1890

REPUBLICANS TRIUMPHANT. • !_{teiasi at lie Wipii anil '.;■-:- Fizzle at Metropoli tan Hall. PLAUDITS FOR MARKHAM. Grand Torchlight Parade and Reception in His Honor. The Tide Tarns Against Boss ism and Corruption. Consternation Seizes the Buckley Camp — Ratification Meeting Abandoned — Activity Amongst Reform Democrats— Victorious Leaders Received by the Union League Ciub. "Our next Governor," 11. 11. Markham, '•.arrived in this city yesterday morning. Ho • was met at Vallejo by a committee consist ing of the following: Irwin <'. Stump, ""Chairman of the State Central Committee; •"-* .1. K. Thornton. A. E. Castle, E. C. Palmier!, \ D, M. Barns, X. W. Spaaldiog and F. S. Cbadbourne of the Executive Committee of ■the Republican State Central Committee. The Union League was represented by . "William Krusp, John 11. Heeler, Charles Bandnianu and I'aris Kilburn. Among the others in tlie party were Charles N. Felb ii. General E. J. Johnson, F. S. Strat -. ton, 1.. P. Dan forth. Judge C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 October 1890

8 HOMESTAKE'S DAY. *• t» i '■"•■■:■'■ ■ „ .'. Exciting Event Between Cele •;•: brated Horses at Napa. . .The Fastest Time Ever Recorded on a .'•'..'J;'.;; California Race-Tract To-Daj's Card Includes an DnOaisbed Purse .■;.' and a Match Between Margaret S pp- : and Regal Wilkes. - Special to The "Mobxiso Call. — — .; .; ■ Napa, Oct Early this morning Andy . : : : H-Dowell, the trainer of the Salisbury "■"•' stable, ami Johnny Gold mi th, the manager and trainer of William Corbett's horses, in ■ ;. discussing the merits of the different cracks • . under their respective control, differed as to .' the speed of Sliirgaret S, the crack four , ytar-old mare belonging to Salisbury, and '= Corbett's three-year-old colt Regal Wilkes. "After seme discussion a match was made :'■'.:.'. between the two horses for SIOOO a fide, /Goldsmith putting up his side of the wager at • once, and McDowell placing $100 in the .hands of the stakeholder as forfeit that he ■ ':.. would make good the other $900...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 October 1890

f^^^>>>>>:♦:<«•>>>^<<o^^■!c^♦>>'^»c♦;♦>l•l♦!l<♦l!o) . 8! Cr\ LOOKS TOTH& CALL TO ) V I 1 iW' FILL THEI WANTS. J g .*. r^ I V *«* ' £j SO3 HMr WANTED ads TESTEUDAY. X *-'-*'■ iSI' VOLUME LXVIT-NO. 138. FROM SLEEP TO DEATH. Darning of the Leland Hotel at Syracuse. Twenty-flYe People Supposed to Have Per ished in the Flames. Appalling Scenes Witnessed by the Throngs on the Streets— Hen and Women Sink to Death. Special to The Morning Calu :'• Syracuse, Oct. 16.— What has proved to be the most disastrous fire that has visited Syracuse for many years was discovered in the I land Hotel at 12:30 o'clock this morn ing. It is now 2 o'clock and the lire is still burning fiercely, although the entire Fire Department consisting of nine engines, are • : we rklnc hard to save further loss of life and ,i I. An eye-witness is positive that at le.ist 25 persons lost their lives and many more are Injured. One woman was being lowered from a window by the...

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. — 16 October 1890

2 DEMOCRATIC DESPERATION. . Catching at Straws to Save the Lambs From Popular Indignation. ' v MOREY LETTER- TACTICS. : v :. :^ Despicable Campaign Lies Re ■"■;'i* ■:. ■■' futed by Court Records. \ .. FOROEBI 4KB FRAUD EXPOSED. „ . :• Summary of the Proceedings on Which the Charges Are Based. •;:••:■ Markham's Friends to the Kescue. '. -: ■ ■;'- Truth Prevails Against the Attack . . . 'of Buckley's Organs — Hand ■ ■■'• .- some Pay for a Bogus Doc :.'■ ument— History Re peats Itself. .:.'■■ • -. in fits of desperation men have been •"•':'; known to lose their reason or commit sui •': ;' , cide, sometime carrying out the full pro . " .' gramme. ':"•■.; '. The Buckley Democrats have fastened '-'■■'■ .-. . upon them a lit of desperation, which is ':■■-' . causing them to indulge in a variety of an . .-'• . tics, which is very entertaining to their op . • ponents. The desperation is occasioned . : '•■ by the swiftly descending avalanche of out raged public "feeding against the corrupt ru...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 October 1890

QUAIL AND SNIPE. Localities Where Hunters Can Find Good Sport. i" «f y r.nd His Stanley Hat— Proposed Division of the State for the Protection of Game and Fish. The weather continuing fine for shooting, local sportsmen are having good sport on quail and snipe. Sunday being the only day thai the majority of hunters can afford to leave business for recreation and pleasure, tho txodus from this city on Saturday evenings and Sunday mornings is conse quently large. The season thus far has been a good one, that is so far as quail aud snipo are con cerned. Of course it is rather early yet for the qnaclcers to lnt in an appearance at their accustomed haunts. Alter the first gocd rain-storm rubber boots will replace the hunting shoes, which are used for hill climbing. Among those who favor duck shooting as the most enjoyable of field or marsh sport?, small parties have clubbed together this year and have erected several shanties on the Sonoma marshes. These are neatly fur nisned with bunks a...

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. — 16 October 1890

4 ':'.'■ ' - THE MORNING CALL, Han a larger circulation than any other newspaper published in San Fraucisco. '•':■-.;• ri'BLicATH>x office: ~ : ■'■•■■■■'•'.'. B»S Kontporeerr street, near •''■:»■. open until 11 ;• .• • o'clock r. m. liRANCH OFFICES; 710 Market '•;. '• ftr<rt. near Kearnjr, open until 12 o'clock midnight; '•'-■ j:: Hayes fctreet, open until 9:30 o'clock: tsod ■■.■■■ . Lsikin street, open until 9:30 o'loci, and 2513 •L..' ". ' imtlcn street, open nntil 9 o'clock p. «■ "•-':'•"■.■" ' (51 liS» IJII'TION HATES: ■ ■:. '-". r>ATI.Y (Including Sundays), »8 per year by ".' : --. null, postpaid: is cents pet week, or 05 cents per . ''■ " calendar month throuch carriers. DAILY CALL, five ■'. •, .' ctplestjireemontla.f6 '-'5. SUNDAY CALL(tweiTe .'• ' . pasts), »1 60 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL : : m ii WEEKLY CALL $•> 50 per year, postpaid. '. ; »UifclA CALL (Clßlit pases), »1 25 per year, lmst ";-.'','■ • IfUQ, Clubs of tea ■-.■■'■ address), $H). .. . '■■■ AUCT...

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

BUSINESS CHANCE". ! r~?Tvil ' PARTNER WANTED, TO LOOK AF- -1^""', ti-r the hlrei help and receive the cash lua fine restaurant near Market St.; takes In $35 perday In cash; a full Investigation allowed; no ir.viiius experience required; owner Is a first-class cook ai.d attends to that department; clears $*JOO per month over all expenses. Apply K. KENNY, __j Kearuy St. It C« r,(UI PARTNER WANTED TO ASSIST AT Cill'U. the bar in one of the best corner saloons north of Karki-t st.: clears $200 per month over cx- l irises: you can nave a trial before you buy: will teach a umil in.iii the business: owner is one of the most reliable men In the ci'y and l.as the trade. A pply K. KEXN V , '-'- Kearny st. It siT'.nft PARTNER WANTED (A SURE FOB 0 I < I 1 " '. tune) to look after the hired help, keep tuclr Time, etc.. In a large, well-established business in this city, employing from 75 to 100 men continu- ally and working marly fio horses; is positively rtruring from stioo to $1000 per mont...

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. — 16 October 1890

6 .' ;...' .• HOUSES TO LET. •":•"' "PtSF :'OUSEOFB KOOMS AND BATH: SCNNY ' ' • r side: Vent 'hWP: 830 Sutler st. Apply O. H. I. ■ ! ' . L MBS EN 4 CO.. 14 Montgomery tt. oc!6 3t 'inNE HOUSE; 1213 OREEN ST., BET. HYPE V •:- r »nd Larkln: 4 rooms; rent cheap. Apply G. H. . . ' UMBBKN A CO.. 14 Montgomery st. ocl6 8t DXBNAL HEIGHTS, KOSCIUSKO ST.. NEAR 1> Crescent aye. ; 2-story house. C. S. CAPP * CO., 415 Montgomery st. oc!4 71* '. ' •■ ' AN EI.LU AN'j I.V PAPERED 14-ROOM CORNER • . ' A house, bow-windows side and front, on Golden •'•' • ■ Gate ava., near Van Ness"; tun all day; to desirable tenants $-i 7: water free. Apply Room 3, Burnett ' ' Bull ling. 13b'» Market St., bet. 3 and 6P. M. oc!4 tf OUSE TO LET FOR ROOMING OR LODUING HOUSE TO LET FOR ROOMING OR LODU INO house. Apply 182 Stevenson St., saloon, rear " • . ■■ of Palace Hotel. OCIS 6t» :". ■ ..' '■ ROOMS AND SIORE; ALL NEW; SUITABLE -*.' . ——fur sailer boarding-house; ISraiman St., near .' ■ •. .' . Paclßc Hail Dock. A...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 October 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD. I . . ■£: — Marriage of Miss 31. E. Miller : and Mr. Frank I. Whitcoinb. p • The Carweli-Edwor's Wedding— Second Day of the King's Daughter*' Western . .--■ ; Addition Club Night. v . " young Men's Institute No 1 will give their . seventh anniversary reception this evening ■' -it- Odd Fellows' Hall. ■ : The social event of tho past week at •".Seattle was a delightful german given by Miss Anna Forth in honor of Miss linger of CoJusa. V Mr. Charles E. Hamilton, telejaaph editor • of the Examiner, was married to Miss Millz . nor, the well-known soprano Binger, by ... Judge Levy on Tuesday. The happy pair " left lor New Orleans the" same evening, but ■;' will return soon and make San Francisco their home. ■ Bonita Circle. No. 104, C. 0. I"., will give ' a lan party at Mangels' Hall this evening. ■ • '. The concert t" be given to-morrow evening, ;'• at Odd Fellows' Hall, by the returned violinist, Nathan Landsbereer, is attracting • ' much attention and there are sutifa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 October 1890

8 RAGING AT NAPA. Attractions at the Breeders' As sociation Meeting. The UGfiniibed Race, Postponed From Tues day, Won by Prince B. The Special Pacing Purse Taken by Ned 14/inslow — Laura S Driven a Mile. . ;. Pools and Entries for To-Day. ■ •. :" (pedal to TnK Moasiso Cam. Napa, Oct. — No fault could be found with the weather to-day, it was all that . could be desired. The track, too, was fast enough to suit any one, but it Is still rather too hard to suit the feet of many horses •■ who have bern hammering their way through tlie circuit. No admission fee be ing charged the ladies, quite a nuniotr of them took advantage of the association's in • vita! ion and filled up the grand stand so that it looked much less deserted than on the pre vious days. '.'■ . The mnch-tnUced-of match between Mar garet S and Regal Wilkes for SIOOO a side, ami 8800 added by the association, did not ■ prove the strong drawing card that was ex § reeled, and the visitors from the city on the early train did ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 October 1890

■■■ " . SI TRUTH STRONGER THAH"fBGTiON.g 'A Columns of — ■• Hatter for This Week : ■ § Columns of Advertising Hat:er for This Week : -^ '■ CAT.L. I** 1 ? 8 ■•' t*< CHRONICLE 170 ;i j .•. EXAMINES 17« if. .*< Tito col ojnns of TIIK CALL »re '.) n«mares I onset- |l . • :.-*. Ih-in those of tho Kx&miner 1^ VOLUME LXVII-NO. HO. THE IRISH CAUSE. Summoning of the Four Arch bishops to Rome. ■■■ Secretary BaKour's Statement at tie Northern Conservative Meeting. :■'.-■ ■ ■ O'Brien Bill Look to the Catholic Clergy "'■"-■ of America to Aid Him in His Mission— The Tipperary Trial. Fpeolal to The Morning Call London, Oct. 17.— The Star says it is al lfgedin clerical circles that the summoning of the four Archbishops of Ireland to Rome ■'.-..■ • is a mere formality, necessary to the fulfill ment of their duty of presenting themselves ...'; . to the Pope once every five years. Ireland '. '. however, says the Star, does not regard .;■■'.'■ their going as an innocent and harmless af '■: ■'...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 October 1890

2 PARTY POLITICS. Buckley's Candidates Deserting His Sinking Miii). The K'puV.ican State r-.nJ L:cal Tickets Being Indorsed on All Sides-Reform Democrats Eally. The Inlands Club met last night at the ledge in rearof the Democratic Stale Central Committee rooms, Louis Me! zger presiding. T. G. Reilly, 15. N. de Leon, August Stancen bergi v ..;.ii Alfred Ciiaigutau were elected braves. J. C. Ruddock, First Vice-President of the club, tendered his resignation as nu officer on account of having been nominated for Superintendent of Public Schools. On mo tirn be matter was laid over for two weeks. Upon invitation Mr. Ruddock harangued the assembly on the progress in the educa tion of pappooses, introducing at a favor able moment some remarks upon his Ciuess for li ling the office to which he aspires. Charles L. Weller, a candidate for Dis trict Attorney, made a brief speech, in which he denounced the Reform Democrats as dastards, and woikid iff considerable, spleen by asserting that there...

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