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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 April 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO. 154. HUNDREDS IN LINE. Parade of the Grand Army Posts at San Jose. A Review by Commander-in-Chief Alger and the Governor. ledge A. J. Buckles of Yallejo Elected De partment Commander— A Sumptu ous Banquet. Special by the California Associated Press. Sax Jose, April 22.— General Alger and party arrived this morning at 9:45 o'clock and were escorted by tho Veteran Guard Thomas Post and the First U. S. Artillery Band to the Hotel Vendome. They were met at the depot by Commander Gard and the Reception Committee. At the Vendome General Alger held a reception for an hour. General Alger and Governor Waterman, accompanied by Captaiu Seamans of Alger's st*-ST, Colonel Trumbo of Water man's and the Ladies of the party, were then escorted to the rendezvous. The parade of the Grand Army was a success, about 1300 veterans being in line. The San Jose Com pany of the National Guard and members of the local posts had the head of the line. The Veteran Guard of California, G. A. R., ...

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. — 23 April 1890

2 BROOKLYN JIMMIE. moll Knocks Smith Oat hi Fourteen Rounds. " -•'-;•• Battle Which Interested the Spectators at the California Club— SalHvaa and Jackson Will Fight. Ihe. California Club members could not grum * * We at the exhibition they witnessed last evening between Jimmy Carroll of Biouklyn and Biliy . Smith of Australia. . lt was a fight from beginning lo end and the best man won, notwithstanding the fact that be ' ,- cariied top weight, ll was not identic, other wise it might have lasted tinny or forty rounds. The conies! was especially noticeable for the fasl lighting and heavy billing that was done In eveiy round. Had It not been that the gloves w.re miniature pillows, one of the pugilists would have gone out long bef.ne the fourteenth louud. Smith seemed to have the best of the mill up to the filth round, but the pace was 100 fast for I, in, and he weakened gradually until the final round. Several times he rallied and played au exceedingly lively taitoo on his opponent's r...

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. — 23 April 1890

MATTERS POLITICAL. Judge Field Opposed to E. G. Waite's Appointment. President Hsrrison Thinks the Appropriation fer a San Jose Postoffice Too Large. Stanford's Telegram. \ In an Interview yesterday relative to the con firmation by the United States Senate of the ap pointment of E. G. Walte as Register of the Laud Ofllce at Sao Francisco, Senator Stanford said: "I am aware that the delay Is causing much criticism. It Is a matter of much surprise that li" has not already been confirmed by the Senate when we remember that the California delega tion were unanimous In recommending him, aud, as a matter of tact, be was recommended with out one dissenting voice. "Justice Field Is opposed to lhe confirmation on account of an article about Judge Terry pub lished in the Overland Mouthly last November over the signature of .Mr. Walte. For this, Justice Field was from the first opposed to the nomina tion." The Senator was then questioned In regard 10 the bill now In Congress 10 appropriate $20...

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. — 23 April 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Has a larger circulation than any other newspaper published in San Fraucisco. PUBLICATION OFFICE: rrR Montgomery street, Dear Clay, open until 11 • o'clock »*. x. HH..NIII OFFICES: 710 Market street, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight: : : '.' Hayes street, open until 9:."0 o'clock: 603 Larkin street, open until 9:30 Clock, and 'Jjl3 l.n>_.iou street, opon until 9 o'clock i*. x. , SUBSCRIPTION ItaITES: rAII.Yt'ALI. (Including Sundays), $0 per year by nail, postpaid: IS cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL.five ccples three months, $6 25. SUNDAY call (twelve I ages). *1 co per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL _v.d WEEKLY c.M.L $2 50 per year, postpaid. WEEKLY CALL [eight pages), $1 25 per year, post laid. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), $10. WEATHER PREDICTIONS. HSInNAI. SKRVICK, I*. S. akmy.) Division of th Pacific, >- San Francisco, April 22. IS6O-5 r. x.l Synopsis for the Fast Twenty-four Hours. The barometer ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 April 1890

ni'STNKSS CHANCES. *£9ft()o -'-• **' o UUANCE:lpislKrc^'.l,Ba_L^ OiUUU. ance lv payments: paper route for sale across th- bay: leading morning and evening papers; 700 subscribers; clearing $325 per month; horse and cart, etc; owner obliged to sell on ac- count of other business; ibis is really an oppor- i unity seldom ottered to purchase legitimate husl ness; route can be increased, as It has never been canvas-el; 2 weeks trial before purchasing. Apply TV. I*. BEALY, 719 Market st It •*-"'"•('! NEVA ASr> SECOND-HAND FURNI- '» »)iiW. ture. crockery and ware: fine loca- tion ■ .ul! value in stock.* HEALY, 719 Aland, It* Sit9ooo ORDCERY AND BAR; A PROM- -0 — WtlW. me,,. corner; Western Addition; re- ceipts $30 per day: iresii stock of a.'".'.!*; will in* A'otce ..-l^OO: If yon iced a genuine grocery-atere see this bargain. Apply W. i. BEALY, 719 Market* *£77i0 saloon for sale near third C'""' and .Mission sis.: business of $15 per day: good place lor 2 men; must sell tills week*. Ap...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 April 1890

6 — rEHSOXATaS. Qj- REWARD WILL BE PAID FOR ANY IN- <_D«J formation leading to the whereabouts of AVM. D. COVENCY, formerly 837 Howard st. Ad- dress 1.. Y. (1 . 312 Post st. ap23 3t» DIVORCES BY UNITED STATES DIVORCE Bureau; legal everywhere; no publicity: advice tree. Address P. O. Box 1821, 8. F., Cal. ap23 30t AAV 11 WILL I SEE YO V 7 ANSAYEIL T. . It" I'UROPEAN GOVERNMENT PREMIUM BONDS. i On payment of 85 a month we sell 4 government premium bonds, bearing 2' _ per cent Interest and having 15 premium drawings annually, with capital prizes up to $60,000; the value of these bonds are guaranteed by the respective governments; the first payment entitled to next drawing; write for circu- lar. M. SALOMON ,i CO.. 727 Market st.ml2V.su tf I -.OR DRESSMAKERS' FTNDIN'GS GO TO LIP- -1 MAN A CO., vtJ . a Kearuy St., Room 13; goods at wholesale prices. mr23 cod 8m I>EBSONAL-AYE OFFER 81000 REWARD FOR a cough or throat trouble (last stages of the dis- ease excepted) which cannot be reli...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 April 1890

AN EVENING WITH ART. Spring Exhibition of (lie San Francisco Association. Its Booms Crowded With a Gay end Happy Throng — The Exhibition Pronounced Superior to Any Previous One. mil mil temmniiuM aSM_^_^_Bo*gß*-**M-_*»»-"i! | '"-.iM w *li-i* M laxirn r^*__p»* All day yesterday the Hanging Committetraud decorators were busy at the rooms of the ban ■Francisco Art Association for the opening of the spring exhibition in the evening. For general excellence the exhibition is very far In advance ol any previous one in this city, while at the same lime Iheie are some examples uf superior met it. - The hanging lias been effected with a great deal ol judgment, thus show the dtfferem can vases to the best possible advantage. Theie is no crowding; uo single woik is relegated to au obscure i osliton, and there can be no complaint 111 the part of aills's that the work of one has been sacrificed in oidei to lug out the partlcu l..r merits of another. %\\^w\ EXAMPLES AND CONCEITS. There are eighty-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 April 1890

8 NOT A CANDIDATE. Waterman Retires From the Gu bernatorial Race. Rejoicing Among the Los Angeles Repub licans Oyer His Determination. 1 Site Selected for the Washington Reform School Murderer Brnggj to Be Banged In June. Special by the Calirornla Associated Press. San Jose, April 22.— Governor "Water man was found at the Hotel Vendome to day by a California Associated Press re porter. He was non-communicative. The reporter asked: "Is It true that you are no longer a candidate "Yes. it is. I prepared a statement for publication before I lelt Sacramento, stat ing my reasons, and it was published. Bid you not see it?" "Yes, but have yon nothing else to say about your withdrawal?" "No. I believe not, at present." "How will you reconcile your refusal to run with the wishes of the people of the southern part of the State?" "That's an after consideration. I have nothing to say about that now." "You will, then, disregard the wishes of the people of that portion of the State';"' "I have not...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 April 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO. 155. RUSSIA'S LOSS. Valuable Papers Stolen From the War Office. . Flans for the Mobilization of Troops on the Western Frontiers. Determination to Maintain the Peace of Brazil— General Middleton Censured (or His Conduct. Epecl?l t>r tbe California Associated Press. St. Petersburg, April 23.— A number of documents embodying plans for the mobili zation of Russian troops on the German and Austrian frontiers in the event of war have been stolen from the War Office. ATROCIOUS OUTRAGES. The Eastern Fart of Cuba Terrorized by a Band of Colored Bandits. Havana, April 23.— After several months of comparative tranquillity as to bandits, kidnapers aud blackmailers, the people have just been startled by the unexpected announcement of the sudden appearance in the eastern part of Cuba of a party of about thirty or more colored men, well armed and mounted, under command of Calixto Maceo, one of the black chiefs in the past insur rection, who won for himself great fame as an astu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 April 1890

2 UNION LEAGUE CLUB. A Banquet to the State Central Committee. • Speeches Made by Hany Distinguished Guests — A Brilliant Gathering of California Politicians. . The rooms ol the Union I.easrue Club at 322 Gear} sueet wore gay white flags and banners last nlitlit in greet tlie members ot the republi can State Central Committee, who were the guests o! Hie occasion. Only uineiy guests were expected, but fully ICO weie in attendance, and the club, with its customary liobi Unlitv. succeeded iv caring for Uiem Is a manner that reflected great credit noon ll;e gentlemen who lud tbe mallei in charge, namely, Messrs. A' Casscil aud WlUfjL Brown. At 7 o'clock the guests, most of whom bad •arrived, sat down to a dinner, which is seldom 'rivaled and which was prepared within the club r>y Hie chef, Alpnanse bielter. When the din ner bad been disposed of l'resident W. 11. Chamberlain arose and stated that be wished 10 welcome to the rooms of tbe Union League Club the members of the Kepublicau ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 April 1890

SACRAMENTO WINS. Selected as the Location for the Slate Convention. Us Republican Stats Central Committee transacts Important Business — A Large Attendance. There were eighty-one delegates present at the meeting of the Republican State Central Committee, which was held at 419 California street yesterday afternoon. The outlying counties were well repre sented, and previous to the call to order by the Chairman, W. 11. Dimond, a good deal of preliminary skirmishing was indulged in by the reprssentatives of the three cities competing for the location of the State Con vention. Committees were present from Sun Jose, Sacramento and Fresno, and urged the claims of their respective cities, but It was evident from the start that a treat majority of the committeemen favored the state capital, and the result of the vote was an overwhelming majority in favor of that place. San Jose made a gallant uphill light, as did also Fresno. CALLED TO ORDER. Promptly at 2 o'clock the Chairman rapped for ord...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 April 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL H»« » larjrer circulation than any other uewsi»l>er i>ul>linhril In San Francisco. PUBLICATION OFIiCF. : • r?6 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock r. m. BBANCB OFFICES: 710 Market street, urar Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight: ,SS9 Hayes street, open until 9:80 o'clock; 603 Larkin street, open until 8:30 o'lock, and -518 Uinton street, open until 9 lock p. m. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: PAILT CALL (Inclmllng Sundays), *« per rear by mail, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cent* per 'calendar mooU) tliroucu carriers. DAILY CALL, live <opie*<l>reeiuoiit!is.?B 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve lageiO. *1 50 per year, postpaid. MNMV CALL and «mki.v CALL fa r.u per yew, postpaid. V> i.i:m.\ CALL (elßht pages), $1 -"> per year, post- I M<J. UttdH or ten (sent to onemddnss), ¥1 a AUCTION SALES 10-DAT. Him. Kstati ■■.— IV,- O V. Yon Rhein 4 Co.. at 524 California >!.. .li 12 o'clock WIAXIUIB PREDICTIONS. Sional SKKvir-K, U. S. army,-) Di...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 April 1890

BUSINESS riIANf.KS. [ DO YOU WANT To BELL YtltTß BUSH XJ or do you want a partner, ho matter what the I Hue may be if it Is respectable and pay Ing reason- I ably: I have 200 customers who want to buy a t.usl- I ness as a whole or In part; they have the money, ranging Irom 4-100 op to $9l'()0; they are genuine buyers and In most cases thorough business men; I call au.l see me: no commission charged until sale j is made: I do tin- largest business In my line In this S-.ate. and will give you lull proof as to my- responsi- bility, I am established 23 years. Apply li. KENNY, 22 Kearny st. \ It _;. , a -, v A GOOD CHANCE FOR A MAN WILL- -2600". lug to xvors; sure to clear $100 per month over all expenses; express business; 2 good bones line wagon; best aland on Market st, plenty ofwork- one store alone ... $73 per month >. will remain with you uuttl trade Is secured. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kearny St. 1' C- 1 -nil '. UNi, INVi.-TMIN I*-. ILK ROUTF. «> 1 I V'U.for sale; any one can run ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 April 1890

6 rETtsoyAi.s. IfLIiERLY MAN OF STEADY HABITS AND a good business qualities, and at present engaged In light business, wishes to make the acquaintance of unmarried lady with some reasjy cash to join In partnership, etc: please state the amount could or would invest. Address Partner, Box 97, Calx, Branch office. ap'Jl It* REFINED YOUNG MAN, COLLEGIATE EDU- cation, without means, wishes to correspond with young lady; education or means not required; must be gentle, unstylish and love a quiet country home; marriage J. CARLISLE. 411 Valencia st.l* 2VOCNG LADIES WISH ACQUAINTANCE OF 2 middle-aged gentlemen: object matrimony. Apply at 28' A Sixth St., Room 14, after 9A. at. It* CARL-HOME: LIKE TO SEE YOU; TAYLOR J and O'Farrell: 2 p. at. to-day. ap24 It* SEND LETTER SAME PLACE; LET KNOW • when and where I can see you. [It*] M. X. PIANO LESSONS BY GERMAN LADY— HALF- hour 25c. 931 Market. Room 32. ap'-'4 71* IT IS AN HONEST FACT YOU (AN SAVE money by buying your groceries and provisions of ...

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

LABOR AND LABORERS The Union Iron Works Secures a Big Contract. It Will Hake the Machinery for the Califor nia Brad— Steamship Stevedores Will "Work With Non Unionists. The arrival of eight Eastern molders, who are < led belches by the striken, ells the breasts „ the members of the Engineers and lion-founders' Association with joy and gladness. The new members came from Dela ware, a suburb ot Philadelphia, aud it Is said that there were eii-hty of them at the beginning of Hie journey. How ..any there were will never be recorded on the page ot history, .md their qualifications will ever l-e a mallei ol dispute between the mold ers aud the manufacturers. They are now at work iv the foundry ot the Union Iron Works, and tin- proprietors ol Uiat establishment say that they are competent mechanics. The manu facturers state Dial another gang of men care lull, selected are ou the way. A i EX-TOM 1) 111.11. CAST. The representatives of the press were Invited i, be present at the casting o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 April 1890

8 IN CUSTODY. A Butte, Mont,, Jewelry Thief Arrested. Trapped at Ogden With a Large Quantity ot Plunder in -His Possession. Closing Session of tbe Department Encamp ment of the Grand Arm; at San Jose. Special by the CalUornia Associated Press. Butte (Mont.), April 23.— J. M. Donald ton, the Park-street jeweler, whose place was entered and robbed of $0000 or 87000 worth of jewelry three weeks ago, received a telegram irom Chief of Police Metcalf of Ogden yesterday, announcing the capture of Salmon, one of the suspected parties, in that city, and the recovery of a number of watches, thirty chains, twelve watch charms and a number of diamond rings taken the ni-Tlit of the robbery. Mr. Don aldson secured the services of Curly Khodes, a well-known detective, and put the case in his hands. Rhodes went quietly to work on the case, and forwarded telegrams to points likely to be visited by the thieves for the purpose of disposing of their stolen jewelry, He wrote letters to the authorities o...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 April 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO. 156. COMING HOME. Jeremiah Lynch Sails From : London for America. in Interesting Book on the Far East Published by the Traveler. Gladstone Hakes a Strong Speech In Oppo sition to the Land Purchase Bill— French Cabinet, Special by tie California Associated Press. London, April 24.— Jeremiah Lynch, President of the Sau Francisco Stock Ex change, sailed to-day on the Brittauic, after several months" sojourn in Egypt. Lynch has written an interesting book of Egyptian sketches, which was published in London to-day. He says that in the far East an American is better treated than travelers of other nations, his nationality being the best recommendation he can have. The richest man in Assiout is the American Consul, who owns several thousand acres of the best lands, valued at SIOO per acre. "Only a few Americans who go up the Kile stop at the consulate; "but says Lynch, "1 would not be the American Consul for a good deal. It is the most disagreeable po sition, with a salary...

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. — 25 April 1890

2 AN EXCITING FINISH. Stockton Wins a Game by Hitting Hard at the Close. Oakland Had the Lead From the Start, silt Lost in the Ninth Inning— Again Pitches Good Ball. The game between the Stocktons and Oakland* yesterday afternoon was a dull, uninteresting affair after four innings had been played, but it had one of the grandest .finishes witnessed on the local grounds and furnished one of those surprises that some times loom up when totally unexpected. The game properly belonged to the San Joaquin men as they hit harder, fielded better and their battery work was superior to that of the Colonels. The Oaklauders, however, had everything their own way from the start, obtaining a lead in the fourth inning that seemed hardly possible to overcome and when the eighth inning closed without a change in the score every body conceded the game to Robiuson's team, in the first of the ninth, when two of the Stocktons had been retired, the spec tators were about 10 leave their seats when the fun c...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 April 1890

THE WOMAN'S COLUMN A Subject for Ward McAllister. Male Harried Flirts. What Senator Pa : mi;r Said on "W. man Suffrage. A Woman Who Did Not Know Her Eights— Br. Msry Walker. The Oman's Column of The Morning Call Is open to correspondents for the dis cussion of subjects of general interest to women. All communications should be brief. Those which will appear will reflect only the views of the writers. MALE MAKItIKU FLIKT9. A Subject. Tint Ward McAllister Might Turn Ilia Attention To. Ward McAllister, a worthy descendant of so renowned a sire, has given the usual one- Bided phase of how far a married woman can llirt and accept the attentions of bach elor friends without offending the proprie ties. Now, flirting, as the youngest novice is fully aware, is only another term for love making. " Innocent flirtation " they call it who engage in it, and innocent flirtation is about as abundant in society's market as while tar in commerce. Flirting, or love making, is pardonable, if not permis...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 April 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL, n&s a larger circulation than any other - newspaper imilili-Im.l in Sin Francisco. PUBLICATION OFFICE: jr . Montgomery street., near Clay, open until 11 o'clock r. M. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market Mrcet. near Kearny.opcn until 1:' o'clock tniilni^ltt; Si.9 Hayes street, open until 9:80 o'clock: t>o3 - .larkin street, open until 9:30 o'lock, auU 2618 IIIBSiOD ttreet, opon mull fl lock r. m. PSI •KS«'i:lI"TION HATES: PAIT-Y CALL (Inelndlng Sundays), *a per year by nail. 1 stpßld: 15 rents per week, or 65 cents per ralrndai month through carriers. DAILY CALL-five hi irce months. $6 J.">. SCJ> DAY CALL (twelve I »,-c- H5O per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL Bid :EKI.Y CALL j'J 50 per year, postpaid. >■ i.!-A\ i.V CALL (eight pases), fl '25 per year, puat l«iti. lubs of ten (sent to one address), $10. AUCTION SJiJ.i:s 30-UAV. 1 ri.Mii Ki-. By (ieo. X Lamson. at 920 Eddy St., »t 11 o'clock. gTrr.K.— By Obu. Levy, at 538 California it., .-it in o'clock. Book* ....

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