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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 October 1890

PUNCHES FOR HIRE. Ah Easterner Caught Operating in Tins City. Iho Sctcme Divulged by a Conductor— After Ami*, the Agent Is Taken to Denver ■ : fcr Prosecution. A little ever a week ago Superintendent .7. W. Harris of the California-street Cable Railroad Company received information from one of the conductors on the line that a .stranger from the East was endeavoring to perpetrate a swindle on the company in in troducing duplicate bell-punches, which he bad for hire to conductors for use iv their business. The matter was placed in the hands of Detective John Curtiu, and as a result W. 11. Robertson was arrested on Tuesday evening at the corner of Sacramento and Powell streets, as he was about to board a Powell-street car. He was taken to his room at 22 Prospect place, where he sur rendered 10 the detective ten " Beadle" and six "Meaker" punches, an-J made a full confession ol the scheme ill which he played the part of agent. Tlio orisiuator of the scheme, it appears, is one J. Patric...

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. — 18 October 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL, IT»» a larger circulation Ilian any other new-sparer miMUlifd In San Francisco. - ■ : ri 151.JC ATION OFFICE: BSE ■OBtsoneTj street, near Clay, open until 11 evioc* p. m. BBASOH OFFICES: 710 Market urn i.i Kenrny.oren until 12 o'clock midnight; Jff Hayes street, open until 9: 0 o'clock: lioa li.r.in street, open until 9:SO oloct, and £518 iiiiMcn street, open until 9 o'clock p. M. SUBSCRIPTION HATES: rATTA" TALL (Including Sundays), $6 per year by trail. postpaid; ■;.-... . • per wees, or 63 cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL.flve ccr!rsitreenio:itas.?6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve p»ges .si SO per year. postpaid. SUNIJAY CALL m <: TVKEKLY (.M.I. $2 50 per year, postpaid. ViLI.KIY CALL (eight pages), *1 25 per car . l>osC . li-.u. {...-■■■■■ (sent to one ad In ss), $10. TIIK CALL'S CALENDAR, OCTOBEE, 1890. Sn.j M. | I. I W. Th.| V. 18. Moon's rb»se». 1 - 3 1 4 /f\ Oct. nth. , — >}— ' last Quarter. 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 i -> 1 — ©Oct. 1301. 14 ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 October 1890

BUSINESS CIIANCKS. -i|,i PARTNER WANTED, TO LOOK Al- O<.)'"'. tcr the hired help and receive the cash Ins fine restaurant near Market St.; takes in $35 pexday in cash; a full Investigation allowed: no ir- vl.'us ixrerieuce required; owner Is a first-class rook aid attends to that department; clears $200 pel month over all expenses. Apply K. KENNY, 22 Kearcy St. It CjCflA PARTNER WANTED TO ASSIST AT O*-*^-'^» the bar in one of the best corner saloons norm of Kaik't st. : cleats $200 per month over cx- recses; you can have a trial before you buy: will teach a cooil man the business: owner is one or the :m;st reliable men In the cpy and has the trade. Apply K. K ENN V , 22 Kearny st. It iiT'Cll PARTNEIt -WANTED' (A SURE FOR O !• ' ■>'. tune) to look after tue hired help, keep tlielr time, etc., in a large, well-establrshed business In this cltj-, employing from 75 to 100 men contluu- ally an. l working nearly 50 horses; is positively rl,v.ringfroin StiOO to if ill 'o per month an...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 October 1890

6 IN TOE CLOISTEKS. It may be she will nerer Know THat I bare always loved her so; ■Within these cloisters, cold and gray, I think of her by night, by day, ■Wearily pacing to and fro. If «he but knew ! w hen lights are low, Amid the rhantluc. liusheil and slow, 1 kneel and think ut her and Bay Her name for prayers: I can not pray— God knows, but will she ever know ? —Anon. ONLY A CIRCUS EIDER. Tr^-.TJUAT a handsome man!" . IB/ 1 " 1 believe you are infatuated with - "*i*»;-^ him, and he only a circus rider I am ashamed of you, Jane Rudolph." " Perhaps"— and the beautiful girl lifted her eyes dreamily at her almost equally fair cousin as she replied— "perhaps 1 see deeper into his character and right position in life than you do, Isabelle." •;.-•* Kight position ? Fiddlesticks! Toil put me out of all patience with such nonsense. - ' Right position, indeed! As If one with the slightest pretension to even more than com • mon decency, if that much, would become spangled hero of a sawdus...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 October 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD. Initial Party Given by (he Berlin Club Last Kiglit. The Gcdecs fi'.vcr Wfdsicg— Surprise on Va kncia Street — Jfyaya Club Farly. Holbrcok-Aitken Wedding. The Cotillon Club, the organization of. the society people of Oakland, has been reor ganized for the present season of social gayeties with about the same membership of the club of last year and on about the same lines. The Executive Committee con . cists of Mr. Rhodes Borden, Mr. S. W. M - JCee, Mr. 11. B. Houghton and Mr. Harry Miller. Four parties will be given during the season, two before and two after the I li lays, the dates betas November l-tth, December 12th, January 9th and January i'Oth. This year a secret committee has been appointed to act on all applications for membership and invitati ns. This com mittee is distinct from the Executive Com mittee and none of. the members of the latter are on it. They are the only ones in the club who know who this committee is. The first party will be an assembly and...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 October 1890

8 AMONG GIANT PINES. Colonel Markbam and Party at Ferndale. A Delightful Trip Through the Lumber Region of Huiiibolut County. The Republican Standard-Eearer Greeted on Every Side With the Greatest - Enthusiasm. Special to The Morning Cali. Feuxdale, Oct. 17.— This has been another busy day for Colonel Markham, and the enthusiasm which greeted him on his arrival in Eureka has not abated in the least. The Republicans, and Democrats as well, have vied with each other to do honor to the man who is to carry the Republicans to vic tory, and the result lias been that his visit to Uuuiboldt County has been a seiies of magnificent ovations. The party left Eureka this rurrnine fit G o'clock on the steamer, and after a pleasant ride up the beautiful bay landed at Arcata, where a large assemblage of people bad gathered to witness the arrival of the dis tinguished visitors. His appearance was the signal for wild cheers from the throng if spectators, and the moment he stepped on the wharf hundred...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 October 1890

I s g""'m-:- TRUTH STRONGERTKAN FICTION .| ■f $ Columns of Advertising Hatter for This Week : X O CAT.I ......IS7 a ■ ' -■$* ,', CHRONICLE.. 170 (5 ' »? ,-, EXAMINER I 7» .*. .*. The column* of THK CALL are ft squares longer • .*- H vV'l. .♦. thtin those of the Hxn ill liter .- . .*-■ fQ ■:•:•:-•■•:■-:■>:'>:--:':•:♦»:•:♦:♦:♦:♦»:-:''.♦>:■:■>•.-:-: r |Sjjj T^r "•■•---. : : '— VOL. LXVIII.-NO. 141. OPPOSITION TO 10 RETALIATION. Excitement at Lyons Over the Effects of the New United States Tariff Law. AN IMMENSE MEETING HELD. The View Taken That France Is Being Repaid in Her Own Coin. Repeal of the Decree Against American Pork Demanded— The Matter Discussed at Length by the Paris Chamber of Commerce. :.'_ :• fecial to The Mohn-ino Call Paris, Oct. 18.— There has been great ex citement during the week at Lyons over iho United States tariff law. and Durdcau, the Lyons Deputy, lias given notice that he will, in the Chamber, demand retaliation for the - increased duties on Frenc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 October 1890

2 LAST DAY OF THE NAPA RACES. Exciting Close of the Pacific Coast* Breeders* Associa tion Meeting. TWO PLUCKY RECORD-BREAK Stamboul Succeeds in Reducing His Figures of Last Season The Yearling Stallion Time Beaten by Freedom. Special to Tub Mousing Call. ■ Napa, Oct. 18.— A cloudy overcast sky made it look, about 9 o'clock this morning, as ii Ihe Breeders' meeting would be bap tized with rain. Such a very lung bill of fare had been provided that the Directors determined to rush things and escape tho threatened sprinkling. They hurried out to the track, where Presiding Judge Page go". up a full head of steam, and, after stating that tbe first number on the card would be " called at 11 o'clock sharp, he delivered a free-for-all lecture on the desirability of promptness on the part of the drivers. This he punctuated with a few fines, and after the association's treasury had been fattened up with a number of siugle eagles that, will do their share iv making up the deficit which the poor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 October 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. __ MISCELLANEOUS.^ _^„ .-^.^^ WHAT THI.Y ARE DOING AND WHAT STARTLING BARGAINS THEY 'RE RIVING, when ill reality they are only Indalslag in » MO GAME OF BLUFF and ihe only bar-rains thej hare are in the newspapers and not a sinirie legitimate bargain in their stores, sarin-; perhaps a few old back numbers, or some old shoddy stuff that's been on their shelves lor the last ten years. Such stuff Is dear at any price. r.*t ;;• ' , Now -villi we've gol to say to yon to-day is that at eight o'clock 10. MORROW MORNING WE REfilN A GREAT DRIVE 'EM OUT OF THE HOUSE SALE OF OVERCOATS »nd have selected a beautiful line of ENGLISH MELTONS, silk and some Satin. laced, Mile- that 're been selling ii -lit straight along at $13, *1<; and Sis, and have been selling rapidly at them figures too, but we've too many OVER- COATS so they'll have to get up and sit at the next to no price at allot $10. OUR OVERCOATS are all elegantly tailored and have occasioned con- siderable comment amo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 October 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL '•' " Faa a larger circulation than any other :. . ".-' newspaper -„1 .1.1 i-li-l in San Franc-loco. "... PTBUCATION OFFICE: fts Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 ■ " ' OVlocli r. V- KAMI! OFFICES: 710 Market ""*-'.- firrrLx-ar Kearny, open until 12 o'clock m*4n*glit; ffP Bayes street, open in til 9:30 o'clock: 003 ' ■''.':. 3:. ;..;. street, open until B:30 clock, aud 231S •-; -Liiji.tiij street, open until 9 o'clock p. M. gtrBSCBIPTION KATES: - _•/. :'•*■ ] rATT.Y CALL (Including Sundays), Sal per yearhy »>: [.postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 05 cents pel ■''.-'■ calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL. live .- ''; copies I months. 36. SUNDAY CALL (twelve rst.es), SI 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL .' '-.' aid weekly CALL *2 BO per year, postpaid. - ' ■' -itikiv CALL (eight pages), $1 25 per year, post li..v. Clubs of ten 'sent to one address), SIU. - \"I. ATllEi; I'IIEDICTIOSS. BIONAI, SKBVICF, 1.8. AK-TT, "1 J ; i v ;-!.-. or thk I'AciFir, y...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 October 1890

CITY KEAIs KSTATK. ] (~ "7. _USEN A CO.; HE ; EST ATE AUENTS J. llousc-liiokers ;iua Auctloners, 14 Moutgora cry direct. IXTESTMESTS AND RESIDENCES. i $14 500— Cor. '.rand Stetner; Improvements . in ."> tenements; rtuts .-.;.. and lot 18x81 :S, *14. vM0- Brouertck, nr. Halgbt: elegant l-ay-win- -dowPßsld«iceof 10 rooms and bate*: electric ser- Vlce, I'lUi-ilry, brick foundations, etc.; nice garden; fine marine view; key lot; 107:0. $6000— Oak, i.r. Lyon: new window cottage - ■pi 5 rooms and bath; laundry, brick foundations, etc.: lot 25x110. * . (3000— Parker aye.. nr. Geary; new bay-window • cottage of 5 rooms and bath: brick foundations, etc; lot 25x125., i0 — Greenwich, nr. Lagnna; new bay-window house of 4 rooms and batb. etc.; laundry, brick : foundations and lot 25x137:6. $5250— California, nr. laker; --story bouse of 3 rrouis aud batb; laundry, stone walks, etc.; lot -5x " 127:8-Vi. fltt?6oO— Hayes, nr. liru.lnrick: elegant new bay- window residence of 0 rocms ami bath; t&...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 October 1890

6 CITY TtEAL ESTATE- : SHAINWALD. HUCKBEE A CO., 407 AND 409 Montgomery st. INVE-TMKNTS. $35 000— Turk st. corner; 3 stores and 6 flats of 5 and o'roon.s and bath each: rents $218. fflnOO— Church st.. bet. 20th and Army well Im- proved- store with flat above and house or 8 rooms ami bath; rents $70: lot 56x80. '_"""."". $11,000- Bush st., corner; 137:0x13, :6 less L 6SxOS: frame improvements; rents $225. (.16,000— Ellis St. Investment; new improve- . ments: rents $260. : ' „ ... $10.000— Larkin-st. Investment: 2 old houses; rent $05: lot 28:10x62:6; should he Improved. (18,000— Calirornia St.; flats: sunny side; 8, and 9 rooms and bath each ; rents $135. (12,500— Hyde st., bet. Geary and O'FarreH; house of 3 flats: rents $105: lot 27:6x82:6. $6000— Pacific St.. nr. .Jones; front and rear house; rents $b0 50: 10t 23x117:6. ■ -_ $7500— Broadway, bet. Larkin and Polk: flats or , and 8 rooms and bath; rent- $56; lot 26:6x137*6. $16.000— New modern flats on Pacific Heights; 7 and 8 rooms...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 October 1890

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 October 1890

8 B&i%^$?'' 1/ *^IlE&SBri^!iS>|, il1_ SOCIETY A scnable Cluster of Various Club Dancing Par tips. THE MILLS COLLEGE REUNION. Seme Forthcoming Entertainments. Eatcn-Mauzy Wedding—Enter tainment by the Ministering Chiidrens' League of St. James Memorial Mission— A Family Party on Bush Street. The musical entertainment to be given in December by the Women's Educational and Industrial Union is likely to prove a great treat to the music-loving portion of the com munity. It will consist of a series of repre sentations, aided by appropriate scenery and costumes, of the music of the people oi many lauds and nations. Rehearsals are now in progress, a large number of volun teer participants of both sexes having been secured. A Quiet wedding took place last Wednes day evening at 9:40 o'clock at the residence if the bride's aunt, Mrs. R. C. Mauzy, in Oakland. The contracting parties were Mr. Eugene D. Eaton, general agent of the New York Life Insurance Company, and Miss Lena Mauzy. T...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 October 1890

SUNDAY EDITION! FRENCH DIANAS. THE PLANET MARS. "-. La Duchesso d'Uzes (he Best MarksvTO_-i-.il in the World. Tie Wonderful Discoveries That M. Camilla F.ammarion Has -lads in Watching the Planet Mars— Ntw Telescope. " ■Special Correspondence of The Scxday Call. PILARIS, Sept. 28, 1800.— opening of \*2Jj the hunting season lias been the sig- V*"", nal of departure for the chateaux. Farewell, seaside resorts of Brittany and Normandy; farewell, casinos and games of petits-che'vaux. War has been declared against hares and partridges .very numer ous this year), and the moment for shoulder ing the gun has arrived. I should not speak of the hunting season were it not that it is now the fashion to organize exclusively feminine hunting ex- isdirions. These expeditions are nrt or ganized to hunt men, as might be supposed, i nt to shoot unfortunate, inoffensive birds end animals that live iv the prairie and in ihe forests of France. In these feminine expeditions men are only amiable auxiliari...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 October 1890

10 THE FIELD OF SPORT. What an English Expert on Fighting Says of HcAuliffe. Foot-Earing, Brxint. and Wrestling at the Olympic Grounds— Popping at Quails and Ducks— New Baring Beats. Next Saturday- the Olympic Club will have an invitation field day at its grounds. j In conjunction with the running and jumping, there will be wrestling and boxing. Men who delight iii shouldering a gun and tramping the steep hills for quail, or to squat in a blind to await an opportunity of bowling over a succulent cauvasback or milliard, are now- ring good sport, which promises to continue so during the open se i- m. The amateur and professional wrestlers are king like beavers so as to be in first class condition fur the near future struggles ou the carpet Coursing men are busily encaged training their dogs for the big meeting at Merced, The Oakland scullers have laid too long on their oar.-, and a start has been made to purchase new boats for next year's racing. ATHLETICS. Next Saturday's Field Day a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 October 1890

The Haiilon-Tolters Ojx-n To-Mor >_ ■ „..-- ■-.- - ■ - row Evening at the Grand Opera House. CLOSURE OF THE BALDWIN. Mr. James A. Heme Appears in "Hearts of Oak" at the Bush. Frank Harvey's "Woman Against Woman" at the Alcazar — The Landsberger Concert — Notes From Our New York Correspon dent—"A Still Alarm* for Another Week at the California— Concerts to Come— General Mention. When Manager Dave Henderson makes bis second spectacular coup at the Grand Opera House in this city next ear it will be vviib "Babes in the Wood," two characters, according to the cord, in an ancient and well-known ballad entitled "The Children in the Wood, or the Norfolk Gent's Last Will mi 1 Ti -'.anient," and witch is thought by some to be a disguised recital of the alleged murders of the Princes in the to-* by their uncle, Richard 111. It is certain that the ballad corresponds essentially with the narrative if the chroniclers. Addison referrine to it says it is "one of the darling songs of the common p...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 October 1890

12 THE ETIQUETTE OF WEDDINGS. Roles and Regulations Concern ing These Particularly Happy Events. WHAT SHOULD BE OBSERVED. Morning and Evening Weddings and What the Costumes of Both Sexes Should Be— About Invita tions—Who Pays the Various Expenses— Ushers and Brides maids—The Customs to Be Ob served. \~~~Z 7 HERE are undoubtedly a great ' \J 1/ l many of the young readers of *~^T ) — 'The Sunday Call who expect \ / at some time or other to get mar- J I ried, consequently the following, L J- prepared tor the St. Louis Post- Disoalcn, cannot fail to be of the greatest interest to such persons, as it contains all the information on the subject: Formerly it was the custom to keep an en gagement a profound secret until the near approach of the wedding day. That is now no longer considered good form in the best society. CAn engagement is now considered as sacred as the wedding itself, and not to be broken any more lightly than the mar riage vows. This is wise, and saves no doubt many heart...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 October 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. AN IRISHMAN TO THE MANNER BORN. , -.-■■" .---.-.-■-■ -■•■vi. —-„ '■■•-..*? Ho Has Been Placed in Com maud of the Military Forces in Ireland. LORD WOLSELEY'S CAREER. Something About His Thirty-Two Years of Service in War and in Civil Grades, in Which He Developed a High Degree of Executive and Diplomatic Abil ity—His Views of the United States. =——7 RANK A. BURR, in a -ynli- I l/-i( I cate totter from Loudon, writes r L/|V_ias follows concerning Lord V. [\ I Wolseley, who, on the first of j I" the current month, took corn el j mand of the British forces in tin* Emera'd Isle: Lord Wolseley is an Irishman to the man ner born, and no military appointment made in Great Britain within a hundred years has caused 11 ore comment and Is more signifi cant than the transfer of Lork Wolseley from the position of Adjutant-General at the War Office and the practical executive officer cf Ibe English army to the com mand of the troops in his native land. There is much speculation amo...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 October 1890

14 THE NEW UTOPIA. * • *.- WRITTEN FOR THE SUNDAY CALL BY JEROME K. JEROME. r nllAD spent an extremely interesting I I evening. I had dined with some very /* S " advanced " friends at the National V- ) Socialist Club. We had had an ex- I I cellent dinner; the pheasant, sniffed t± Swilh truffles, was a poem, nd when. 1 say that the '49 Chateau I.aiite was worth the price we had to pay for it, I do not see what more i can add to its favor. After dinner, and over the cigars (I must say they do know how to stock good cigars at the National Socialist Club), we had a very instructive discussion about the com ing equality of man and the nationalization of capital. I was not able to take much part in the argument myself, because, having been left, when a boy, in a position which rendered it necessary for me to earn my own living, I have never enjoyed the time and oppor tunity to study these sorts of questions. But l listened vers attentively while my friends explained how, for the thousands...

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