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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 October 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD. Marriage of Miss Ida May John son and Mr. W. G. Davis. The S-a'.ro Binnrr-Farty — A Silver 'Wedding. Kockwell-Ccult Karriage— A Number of Parties — Personals. Two parties will be given this evening by parlors of the Native Suns — Alcalde's in aumirnl ball at Saratoga Hall, and Hay City's semi-annual ball at Odd Fellows' Ilall. Cards have been received here for the marriage, next Tuesday, In Bessemer. Ala., : .V>- Florence Christopher to Mr. George 11. DavleT proprietor of the Bessemer Jour nal, in that State, and formerly a well-known news] man in this city. The ■ l.i Voltas" will be "at home" In Minerva Hall, Saratoga Building, this even ing. A concert will be given in Ynllejo in the near future, and several of the ladies of the naval station will take part Among the volunteers are: Miss Flora Wiuchell, Mrs. Philip, Mrs.Vnngeu, Mrs. Forney, Mr. En glish, Lieutenant Turner, Professor C. P. Orr, Dr. Frisbie and Mrs. G. W. Wilson. ■An entertainment and dance will ...

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. — 24 October 1890

8 IN THE OPEN AIR. EntbuslastiG Republican Meeting at Merced. : Tie Pathway of Colonel HarUum Strewn With Beautiful Flowers. Warm Greetings Extended to tte Repub lican Standard-Eearer by (be Resi dents of the County. Freclal to The Moknixg Call Hkbced, Oct 23.— Merced County pare to Colonel Markham to-day a most novel end at the same time one of the most at tractive receptions yet tendered him during the canvass. It was all the more creditable to the city when it is said that the arrange ments in a large measure had been devised nnd carried out by ladies. ' To them belongs the credit for it, and the manner in which they carried out the entire programme is certainly worthy of commendation. The future Governor is more than pleased, and Is loud in his praise of those who did so much to make bis brief visit here one to be remembered for a lone time. • The party, accompanied by G. G. Blanch ard, left Modesto at 3 o'clock to-day, arriv ing here a little more than an hour later. At 'SVater...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 October 1890

I Record of Ads in Yesterday's Papers. | !i| 0-A.HiX-j :.Z. 903 x . ti' CHHOMCI.K 714 V M| KXAMINEK , 698 V VOLUME LXVII-NO. 147. "JACK THE RIPPER." Another Mysterious and Bru tal Murder in London, Tlie Mutilated Body of a Woman Dis coVered in a Secluded Locality. Ealfour Staris on a Tour of Investigation Through the Western Counties oi Ireland. Special to The Morning Cam. London, Oct. 24.— The"Jaek-the-Ptipper" scare is on again to-uight. In a secluded 1 art if the South Ilampstead locality was found the dead body of a woman whose head had been nearly severed, while the l . dy showed kicks and bruises sufficient to cause death. The victim was a woman of low repute, and this was sufficient to start the cry of "Jack the Ripper." LABOR TROUBLES. Impending Crisis Between London Ship. Ownen and Employes. London, Oct. 24.— 1n accordance with an agreement recently made between the Allan steamship Company and the era in men in their employ in London, all questions in dispute between them h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 October 1890

2 MANY MEETINGS. V»*. JF. L. Barnes Speaks at the „ New Republican Wigwam. •;':.' ' — — ■ : Sensing: Eeesptkn to E. F. Loud at th» Mis :■. sion— Piece Clubs Keeping a Karve»t. Candidates Indorsed. Under the auspices of the Republican In : viucibles W. 11. L. Barnes delivered an ad • dress at the new Wigwam last evening to an extremely large and enthusiastic audience of ladies and gentlemen. After the usual musical programme, in cluding a number of amusing Campaign ■ ■ .' : sings by Sam Booth and his Glee Club, . Colonel C. S. Taylor in a brief address re ferred to the hopelessness of the Demo cratic cause, and introduced the speaker of the evening. General Barnes prefaced his remarks by reviewing the good work done by the ln ■v incibies In the campaigns of the past, ever since the members of the organization first decided to take up the Republican banner. In me second campaign of Grant for the Presidential chair the Invincibies performed the w< rt of yeomen and worked untiringly ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 October 1890

BUCKLEY ARRAIGNED His Character ami Career Viv idly Portrayed. Co'cr.el Etnart Taylor's Scathing Denounce ment of the Corrupt "Eo;s" of the Democratic Party. The Reformed Democrats held a mass lneetinE at Ji'nai B'rith Hall last night. The attendance was large find represented many of the intelligent voters of the city. At 8 o'clock the Park Band, which had been playing at the door for half an hour, marched up the aisle, filling the hall with the music of "One More River to Cross." The crown ponre d in and tilled the seats, and then the following gentlemen appeared upon the platform and occupied the chairs there: Thomas D. Kiiey. Martin B. Koberts Jr.. D. T. Sullivan, IX. D. Cleveland, Stephen Addtnnon, Alinuslus Kill more, I'liailes J. Swlii, J. B. Gart land, L. M Mauzar, Thomas B. Ctainliicliam, Stewart Menzles. K. P. b'arusvvoitli, Ueurte A. l'roclor. Dr. J. D. l'owell, Paul Mnrooey. James 11. li.nry, I'ljom.is V. Cator aud Colonel Smart Taylor. The meeting was op-ned by Eugene X...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 October 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Has a larger circulation iliasi any other ne\T.p«i>er i>nhUcln"l in >:i:i Krauctscu. Pi ; i;iiiOATioN OFFICE : 626 Montgomery street, near <": iy. open until 11 O'clOC* r. M. BJttANCB OFFICES: 710 Market street, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight: 339 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 ]. ark in street, open untl! 9 -.3o o'clock; 2518 Mission street, open until 9 o'clocK i\ m., and 111! >inth street, open until 9:30 p. m. SUBBCKIPTIOM KATES : DAILY CALL (including Sundays), $<'• per year by ma!!, .postpaid; 15 cents per w.eek, or 65 rent-; per calendar month through carriers. PAH.V c.vi.L. live copies, three month*, di -.">. SUNDAY CALL (twelve pages). *1 SO per rear, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL and WEEKLY CALL, *.' 50 per year, post paid, weekly call (eight page*), i? I -'5 pec year, postpaid. Ombti at ten (sent to one address). $ 10. ACCTION SALES TO-DAY. Ft-KxiTrttK.— By Wm. Buttcrfleld. at 1324 Kills SB"., st 11 o'cloot / WJ AlH...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 October 1890

IiI'SIMNS CHANCES. c.-nii PARTNER WANTED, TO LOOK AF- s^sJUU. ter the hired help find receive the cash Iv a fine restaurant Bear Markets!.; takes in $35 perdu) In easb; a full investigation allowed; no in vlous experience required; owner Ja a first-class cook and attends to that department: clears $200 per month over all expenses. Apply K. KENNY", 22 Kearny at." It >_'7'll<l PARTNER 'WANTED (ASUKKFOR- Cli I"', tune) to look after the hired help, keep tlitir lime, etc., in a large, well-established business lv tins city, employing from 75 to 100 men continu- ally and working nearly 50 horses: Is positively clearing from $600 to $10u0 per month and con- stautly Increasing; over $50,000 worth of work now ou band: no previous experience necessary, but must be of j^ober' habits: owner is known all over the state a d can give the highest references; a most thorough investigation allowed. Apply K. KENNY', VJ Kearny at, It iJOt/1 COAL-YABD FOR SALE-FINE BUSI- <)>'. ness near Thi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 October 1890

6 THE BANJO ARTISTE. y ■ «#WAS a most delightful vision— mWAS * most rtcllniitriil vision— Yts sue plnyed trie banjo there, 111 None would tell It with oerislon, J " I Had lie »cen Her charming air, For her lovely eyes weie tlanciiiß. Till with Razing you were drunk; There was mtloily entrancing In that Plunk! flunk! Trunk ! What she played, I thlnK, was •■ Dlilc"; Or. iHrhafS. 'twas "Aultl Lang Syne." There were trills exceeding Inctsie— Hut the music was divine. Though the cliords were oft erratic. Each one dropping in a chunk. There was tiariuuuy ecstatic In that I'lunk ! ritlllX! l'lunt! PniLAXDKK Johnson in Washington Tost SYDNEY'S MISTAKE. |~Y/O let me arrange your tie, Syd. That's jlflJjust like last night; every time I hLfS looked at you I thought it was trying to get behind Your ear. There! That's better. Now I must run and get that tiny bouquet for your buttonhole, ami then I'll have you off my bands for this day," said pretty Clara Leslie as she tripped out of the room. '...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 October 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD. Three Native Parlors Entertain Their Friends. GcoSsun-Eeitman Wedding— A Club's List Oaticg— The Nationals Meet in Union fqcare Hall. This evening the semi-annual ball, given by Fair Oaks Camp, No. 15, Sons of Veterans, will take place at Odd Fellows' Hall, • Miss McLauehlin, sister of Mrs. M. W. Kiucitkl, has issued iiivitations lor an "at home" at her residence, 2219 Pacific avenue, to-day at 3 o'clock. The election of officers for the ensuing term of six months of the Zig-Zag Social Club took place last Thursday night The new officers are: President, Mr. W. H. PunlaD; Vice-President, Mr. jfames Fricn ette; Secretary, Mr. W. W. Davis; Treas urer, Mr. Sumner Foster; Censor, Mr. Otto Eppler. The Frisco Ten will give an entertain ment and ball at Turn Vertin Hall on Turk street this evening. Professor L. yon dor Mehden has been i I .ticl President of the San Francisco j Musical Fund Society fur the ensuing year. The Star Minstrel Club will give an en tertainment and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 October 1890

8 FEDERATED TRADES. Much Time Consumed in Talking Politics. An EfTcrt Hade to Lift the Boycott Frcm Gil 1. ran — Pond's Chinese Record Brought Up. Tr>» discussion of political questions occupied ball ■■! the time of Hie K. delated Trades' meeting last Otebt. B. Kat<cl:ln;kl, proprietor of the Philadelphia Shoe Company, on Third ftieet, stated in com munlc;iili n ll. at lie had bern closing his store at 7 o'clock fur mice months, and a»ked thai Ills rivals on the street be prevailed upon to close at Hie same hour or lie would opeu up again. A communication, purporting to come from the Cooks' and alien' Union, a^ed tlie council to raise tile boycott against James (iillrrao. since It lied been discovered that lie was not euilty of employing Chinese help. Delegate Uuloej moved to file the communica tion and i oatpone Ibe mailer Indefinitely, assert ing that the communication is not the sentiment .of the cooks and wallers, and that tie resolu tions embraced In the letter «ere passe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 October 1890

JT REAL ESTATE! I o ph & T^rrrT7CTA"DCI AND HOME-SEEKERS will % $ la VriOIvXIOFIND IN TO-DAY'S CALL £ *2 THE MOST EXTENSIVE LINK OF EEAL ESTATE V |H! ADVERTISEMENTS EVER SUBMITTED on THIS COAST, $ VOL.. LXVIII.-NO. 148. TARIFF QUESTIONS IN FOREIGN LANDS. A Commission Appointed to In* qnire Into Austro-Germau Commercial Relations. ETJSSIA'S PROTECTIVE MEASURE. Chancellor yon Caprivi to Confer With Signor Crispi in Relation to Italian Grievances — A Men ace to the Triple Alliance — Cel ebration of the Ninetieth Birth day of Count yon tYioltke. Bpcclsl to Thk Morn-ixo Call Beklin, Oct. 25.— Several official move ments point to the possibility of tariff ques tion) engaging the attention of the Keichs tag, rendering necessary a careful nursing of a ministerial majority. A commission has been appointed to inquire into the Austro-German commercial relatiois with a \iew to the reciprocal diminution of tariffs. Communications have been sei.t to leading firms is Hambuig, Bremen and otnef ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 October 1890

2 MISCELLANEOUS. B - S To-morrow's light will dawn upon one of the GRANDEST BAR- Si |§ GAIN SALES OF TRULY DEPENDABLE CLOTHING that's ever || &B been held in this or any other State in the Union. $£~4 i| COMMENCING IN THE MORNING AT EIGHT O'CLOCK p|| »§£ we'll start in by giving you your choice of any $12 suit in the house agM is for p m Think of it, gentlemen, six seventy-five for a suit that a tailor Es| $&& wouldn't build for you under $25. jfl N , H EjftLPLG^LiaST 3STo. 2, M I AND AN EXTRAORDINARY ONE TOO. We've gathered together | y?ji a grand line of S'2o Suits, every one a beauty, tailored in a faultless MB ■ manner, patterns that are rich, me loud and the majority of 'em are $gf ®S in neat, quiet effects. You can have 'em in the LATEST FAD, p|| gg BLUE AND BLACK CHEVIOTS, STRAIGHT AND ROUND CUT, fp fgg. SACKS AND CUTAWAYS, and your choice of any of these grand HM ■B $20 suits for the next to no price at all of %>& Come to-morrow and we'll startle you with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 October 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. MISCELLANEOUS. ° ME I m 111! ■ mm POND uyf-mjasiiLMARKHAM are having a gay old time of it. The newspapers are dig- ging up their records from the time the old boys discarded their kilts. But what's that got to do with our GREAT OVERCOAT SALE TO-MORROW ? We've made up our minds to make this town swim with our BARGAINS. You can vote for Pond or for Markham, that don't bar you from coming into our house and take your pick and choice of any $15, $18 and $20 Overcoat in the house for .. And what beauties— all the newest and prettiest shades in Meltons. We bought 'em before McKinley got Ms little bill passed or you'd have to pay a big round twenty dollar boy lor 'em. Handsome styles in Kerseys, in all the latest colorings, worth every cent of $20. but TWELVE COLLARS goes during this sale. Chinchillas, Beavers and Montagnacs, all elegantly tailored, all new styles, every one of 'em a gem and worthy of gracing the form of our best dressers. TWELVE DOLLARS WILL DO SOME TALL W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 October 1890

4 •-.' THE MORNING CALL Has ■ larger circulation than any other v i- »-..p .I>er i»:l>:t»lip ' In *■"■ Francisco. rU .TI"N O.IIC K : H"5 Montgomery street, near Clay, open nntll 11 • o clock r v. BRANCH OFFICES: 7JO Martet street near Kearny. open until 12 O'clock midnight: 339 Hayes street, open until 0:30 o'clock: 603 ij'rkln street, open until 9 :3O o'clock ; Muslim (street, open until 9 o'clock r. m., and 116 Ninth J street, open until 9:30 p. m. srits<\:iFrio?r~k.YTKS : DULY CALL (including Sundays). W per year by null, postpaid; 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar month thron^n carriers, daily call, live copies, three months, *S 'J5. SUNDAY CALL (twelve pages). *1 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL and « i:kki.V CALL, $2 50 per year, post paid. WEEKLY CALL (eight pases), *i 23 per year, liostpaiU. Ciul>3 of ten (sent to one address), ?io. Wl ATIIKII PIUCDICTIOXS. Signal Sebvice, U. S. army, "I lnvjslux UK thk Pacific, > Ban Francisco, Oct. 25. 1890-5 V. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 October 1890

.. V .:■ CITT HKAI. bus. I C"Ow/»A HOUSE AND LOT ON ELIZABETH OUU. St. In-;. San Jose aye. an. I Guerrero; containing 4 rooms :.:i-i 9-foot basement: sUe of lot "5x114 G. H. UMBSEN & CO.. 14 MontKOmery street. QC26 St SuTuTh £••»>•) Kftfl 3 HOUSES ON STOCKTON ST., C*_— -.i)v'U. near Pino: renting lor Sl5O per juonth- s!ze of lot (38:9x137:6. O. H. IMll.-KN i CO., 14 Montgomery st 0c26 3t SiiTuTh 3 ( 'I'%l i IMPROVEMENTS AND LOT ON THE ■r^UtM". S. side of liranuau St.. near 6th: rent- ing tor $75 per month, g: 11. L Jir.sKN A- co. 14 Monlgninerv st. oc'.'U St SnTnTh (T. - I / 1/ 1 3 FLATS ON LANGTON ST.. NEAK «Jt>l.''U. Folsom; renting for $42 per month, and lot 25x74. G. IL UMIiSEN A CO.. 14 Moat- gomery st ocj'. St SuTuTh 18. f.'liWl HOUSE AND LOT COR, IS 111 AND t^ *JA'UV/» Douglass: containiaa; 7 rooms, wind- mill, tank, etc.; sue or lot 35x75. O. 11. UMBSEN A CO.. 14 Montgomery st. ... B :;t SoToTh 7A A A '-' " STORY HOUSE. CONTAINING C I VUU. store an. I 1 rooms below...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 October 1890

6 CITY KFJU. ESTATE. •___ DAVID STERN * SONS, REAL ESTATE Agents and Auctioneers, 323 Montgomery st. •7500-W. line of stelner st. nr. Ellis nice fists of 6 and 6 rooms and bath In each; rents $57 60; '"•SSOO-Nlce 2-story, bay-window residence of 6 rooms and bath, Green st, nr. Uough; lot 24x137:6; Sr7oOO— N line or Broadway, nr. Van Ness aye.: 2 bouses of 6 rooms aud bath lv each; reutss6o; lot •10,000— A NW. corner, 50-vara lot. with 3 Houses; can be easily Improved and made to pay handsomely. $7 000 -Howard St. nr. 20th; bakery and plant and house of 7 rooms; lot 50x122:6. $2250— Alabama St., or. 26th; house of 6 rooms; lot 25x100. $5500— N. line 22d St., near Harrison : new house of 2 fiats of 6 aud 7 rooms and bath In each; lot 25 xIOO. $1200— New bay-window residence of 6 rooms and bath. Elizabeth st, nr. Guerrero; lot 23x100. $35,000— A choice corner on sutter st. Inside of Larkln; paying well; lot 62:6x87:6. (6500— Shotwell st, W. line, near 22d: 2-story residence of 8 rooms ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 October 1890

- rF.RSOXALS. \\IDOWEROr4IOTiESIRES THE ACQUAINT- •' nurt> qf a lady 25 to 0, refined and domestic; object matrimony: no trlfilnj. Address D. li. 11., Box 86. call : rani ; tare. - • It* 1 NY ONE KNOWING WHEREABOUTS OF 'j\ Tboma' M , •i"hn or Ellen Temple, formerly ot .Depdwood *^i!y. Cat., please communicate with their l.rothr. .• TKICKM.TEMI'LE,3IIWestH!teentb. St., yew York City. It* mm-. I'KOI'I.E , ■■!■: ALWAYS PLEASED TO 1 hear of opposition to monopolies: the Distilled Water Ice Company, 420 Klgbtb st, is now pertrips the me-: popular place In the city; their ice lssuper- ior and prices very low. It FA T MATTHEWS 1 LITTLE DRUG-STORE, COR. .\ Post and Powell sts., prices reduced; no c,»m- iiiisslons pall physicians for perscrlptums. 0c26 7t mHE SOtIAL WOULD WILL BE SL'BFKISED I this winter by the return of many old friends to their t-irrie is lithe, limber and handsome as or yore, us their stiffness and wrinkles are leaving them rap- i.ily thr tilth the liberal use or that ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 October 1890

8 EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. See Gaycty Fairly Started Upon Its Whirling Course. THE HOLIROOK HOSPITALITIES. Several Society Affairs— The Slcin way Hall Concerts — Party on Geary Street— Wedding Anni versary at Pine Flat— Last Night's Club Parties— Personal Notes. C»rm?l Assembly of the Young Ladies' Catholic Union will give an entertainment and social, including a fancy drill by mem bers of the assembly, at Odd Fellows' Hall November L.th. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin K. Whitney gave a pleasant dinner parly on Tuesday evening tit their residence on Jones street, when their guests were most agreeably enter tained. Of the ball parties that are being looked forward to. with special Interest is the full dress ball to be given by Yeiba Buena Lodge, X«. 84, N. S. G. W., at Odd Fellows' Hull, on Thursday evening, November tith. This is one of the most select parlors in the order. Mrs. Charles Ilolbrook gave a pleasant luncheon on Friday to eleven ladles »t her residence on the corner of Washiusto...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 October 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. SALVADOR'S SUNDAY CHAT. The Monument to Parnionlief Erected at Neuilly. Sketch of a Kfmnrkab'.o Woman— Ls Baron Hirsch de Geremh and What He Has Eone for His Co-Beligionisti. Special Paris Letter to The Sosbay Call. C j == T > \ A HIS. Oct. 4, 1890.— Naturally 1 j ) the French people have not so r I — Jy much sympathy for the. Irish as S I have tho Americans, because J I in I- rar.ee there are very few r_ -3 Irish Immigrants. But .is soon •is the French knew that the "potato crop" in Ireland was a failure because of the blight, from every part of France came ad vice nnd offers of relief. From Bordeaux an eminent agriculturist v, rites: ".Mildew, formed of vegetable para f-ites, have often attacked potatoes in France, and the following mixture has always proved a most t-flicierit remedy: Water, ten g. Tons; sulphate of copper, three pounds; quick lime, one pound, or burned lime in thick paste, four pounds; the mixture must lie stirred until it be comes a sky-blue c...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 October 1890

10 THE FIELD OF SPORT. Coursing at Ocean View and Newark Park. . The Increasing Popularity of Amateur Ath letlCJ-Shcotinp and Fishing— Foot-Ball Game-— At the Butts. \~Z — |T~7IIK Olympic Club enjoyed a I U [) I most successful outing yester *—r y-i,lay at its new grounds. Tub S / games were well contested and J I reflected great credit on the r_ _J handicappers and the managers. The Olympic athletes and the members of the Alanieda Olympic Club will enjoy a cross-country ran next Sunday. A very lively interest is taken in the coursing meeting which will be held at Mer ced next month. It will be the greatest of the kind ever held on this side of the moun tains, and probably the greatest in America. Sportsmen who take pleasure in angling and shooting are having a rich harvest about now. Quails are plentiful, and grilse are running in large number from the buy aud ocean into the inland streams, FISH AMI GAME. Shipping Live Qu»il — Duik-Shotttins m Salsniia Since the open season for qua...

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