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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 October 1890

The Election Flurry Impairs At tendance at the Differ ent Theaters. Mil ■! ■ I — THE "RICHELIEU" CIRCLE The First Soiree Musicale — Little Laura Crews — " The Brass Monkey " — " Woman Against Woman " Another Week— The Hanlon - Volters — A California Prima Donna Indorsed— Mind- Reading — Eugene O'Connell. The Situation in New York. General Mention. A young lad}' correspondent who had the pleasure of seeing Sir. Tl ouias W. Kerne play "Kichelieu" lately at her home, the Garden City of Santa Clara Valley, has been led by the performance to brush up her reading ol ancient history, and sends the following as the result: An Eastern dramatic paper some two or three years :ifc r o, n. Hunting on this play ("Richelieu* 1 ) aud the circle business, re marked that the author bad "created" one < ; the most effective scenes presented on tlie stage, surpassing the apple scene in "William Tell," or Colley fibber's great dud between Richmond ana Richard 111. Had the writer said lie had "introduc...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 October 1890

12 PROFESSIONAL JEALOUSY. The World Doesn't Know Half the Hows Behind the Curtains. " Every Lady Ought to Ec a Star— Encores Bring Tears to the Eyes of Biva!s-Some We Known Actrtssei. / =^\ XE of the greatest evils we / I \ \ have to contend with," said a I I I Swell-known theatrical manager V. I I Ah» other day, "is the personal VI I J jealousy of leading women." V^/ Jin has bi-ea connected with ■tege and general dramatic management for a number of years, and ought to know whereof be speaks, writes Charles T. Mur ray from New York to the Piltsburs Dis patch. ••It may seem like a small thing, to you, gentlemen, but ask any stage manager, dealing only with the details of the nightly production of a play, Inquire of any gen i ral manager who gets the necessary people together, and must keep them together in order to produce the play effectively— and then of the men who have their money up, the playwright, the owners, the backers of the euterprise, whose present financial prosperity au...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 October 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. Broadway v > # / <«sm^X%wS Dne ™p |ed Tfirrapp «^^^W^m>^W¥f% Terns! j *"' IS *" ■"' V^^ Woy\^* : ' > ' <^SS^vSy ■'otumxt Vuenue \ %/■. S V?%// > > S % finest % -/^A W^4fflWH-H • " " • I; RttHtttfrrlttf^XX^X ■ XT 4 LOOK AT THIS! .^ s5 1 -»<X'Vi ■ i TTTITx \ ,X ? <r 3J ?,,u, r ». /vi „.v, s , 3>^,.v».. > v.-«*'- <rW< 7-^ » X V^c>\ I \ UDc-rl)ulin tdSfl. UaildliU Oao^ ,',,',,,,,,',,, MumTiuiHTTTrm :! 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 mijj j j 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. \^^-, ' One-Fourth in 6 Months. , MxxT&S | tjJJ.^.^..J-..r-; ■—•-::•:: |r:::::::::;;::::;:::::::A vS^^ V- «,,„„ in V >&f 'r ' 1 j — j I \ \^ ■: \ Ddldlltc 111 IlColuuliw X, xl ■• |:11i1j1iT"iTr1'1i 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 IJi£LLI -I Li.^L 1 H l l ilit M M " '"" . \ One, Two i Three Years. "n,, i *°* *r^ <~ i-i-i-i iii 1 1 ii i i-i-i-i ;fttttt["l"l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l^M^Hl^O'.i'^N Merest 6 Per Gent. r I AHPFs ¥ V\\; i J.;. ....,.,....' 1 - "- " - " r — ■ - " "" *2lli r...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 October 1890

14 "JACKSON," OR THE STORY OF A SEA DOG. WRITTEN FOR THE SUNDAY CALL BY W. CLARK RUSSELL. T""-| JOBEKT RIDLEY is a retired niari- J Y:f ner. He never ruse to a higher grade I ;V' than that of second mate. In which capacity indeed be acted without a certifi cate, having for the most part of his life sailed in a species of ship upon whose com manders find officers the State makes few or ">• mi demands in an educational sense. Robert Itidley, having On several occa sions served as a sec ml mate, and once as an only ate, returned to his earlier condi lion of able seaman, and while still acting in thut capacity (jtiitted the ocpan forever and settled down as a gentleman ashore in a comfortable, little cottage by the seaside. This acliiev meat of independence the popu lation of a great maritime country will not for an instant suppose was the result of his commercial prosperity as a foremast hand. After twenty years of working like a dog at sea, all that Bobert Ridley had to show in the...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 October 1890

TO THE SWEET OLD MANS OF FASNAKYLE. In a Wagonette, Rolling Heavily Ann} Toward a Region of Silence Eternal. .. GRAND SCOTTISH HIGHLANDS. A Wedding That Was Spoiling for Want of a " Meenister "— A Cycling Preacher Who Was In duced to Marry a Couple—Ser mons in the Gaelic Tongue. Singing "The Misty Dell". Five Little Flaxen Heads Bob Up. c. I.i! to The Suxnw Call. — — /ASXAKYLE (Scotland), J /1V V Sept. 15, i >■.»>.— Leaving the lit f L' — * tie railway station at Beauly, S r\J wo saw, Dot itn hundred feet I |j away, at the road-bead of a Ion? C — —i pair of stair?, a huge wagonette) already filled with people. This was the Strathglass "coach," go my companion said. Two seats were reserved beside the driver. These we scrambled into, and before the train liad steamed out (if the station our coach was rolling heavily away toward a ■ region of silence eternal. For when the Stratbglass coach finally stops, tome ■■ ' or in miles west ot Ueauly. in every direc tion save tlint from wh...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 October 1890

16 A COMPETITOR OF ANCIENT ROME. The Fnlm Of Antiquity Claimed by Trier, the Oldest City in Germany. IN THE MOSELLE VALLEY. The Founding of the City Is Wrapped in the Mists of Ages— The Re markable Buildings That Have Been Discovered There — Its History, so Far as It Is Known. r — -j N the midst ol tlie fertile valley of ] I ihe Moselle, between two mountains, r \ which in prehistoric times were dedi v. • catcd to the gods Mars and Auulln, I an intcrßStiDg city is situated. Tradi tl j tion places the foundation of Trier, i r Trrve, ;>t a lime which baffles all research, because the most profound student is un able to throw light upon that lar distant age. The Saga, upon which we are forced to rely asi the origin of Trier, sets forth that the historical city was founded by Trebeta, the tuu of tin' Assyrian King niuus and t lie stepson df Semirainide, 1300 years before rhrist. There is an inscriotion mi the so railed "'stein," formerly the. town hall, iiio "Hi' l House <■! to-da...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 October 1890

REAL ESTATE! S 5 mTT T, r\ *T T BEATS THE CHRONICLE AND iV iS lli.il/ L'AJ-1-Li K-XAMINER COMBINED, A>'D ITS V H OWN PREVIOUS RECORD. - IV l> REAL ESTATE "ADS" 0 ft 1 IN *UN lAY'-i CALL 589 V HI In Scxday's Chronicle 279) -„„ (5 Jgj iv SPSIIAT'B KIAMINEB 807/ aBU l£» n^»:«:-:-»:-»:*>»»:>»»»:- >»:•»:<: [3 VOLUME LXVII-NO. M 9. COUNT YON MOLTKE. The Ninetieth Anniversary of His Birth. The Emperor and the People Celebrate the EfenL Parade and Reception at Berlin and Ban quet at Potsdam — Presents Re ceived by the Veteran. Special tuTiLL Mornino Call. Berlin, Oct. 26.— The celebration of the ninetieth anniversary of the birth of Count Ton Moltke occurred to-day. At 9 o'clock the Count was serenaded by the Teachers' Choral Society and received the congratu lations of his relatives. At 9:30 o'clock he received the officers, officials and members of the geueral staff, who came in procession. At 11 :30 o'clock, in the presence of the Em peror, the Guards aud Cuirassiers, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 October 1890

2 FOUND GUILTY. Enslmell and lliiuniiin Did Era- ploy Chinese. That Is thi Verdict Declared by the Council of Federated Tredn-The Typo graphical tTnicn. A special meeting of the Council of Fed prated Trades was held at 597 Mission street yesterday to try charges against W. A. Bushnell and E. W. Tluirmun. accused of employing Chinese in the manufacture of shirts. The Investigating Committee, appointed n month ago, reported that the uo-operative Shirt Manufacturing Company, of which Bnsbnell and Thurman are members, did employ Chinese in lauudrying shirts, the im putation be! that the gentlemen named I ad Bought to deceive people who sought to bay goods pr d teed by white labor only. Mr. Bushnell said that he and Mr. Thur man admit the hiring ol Chinese, but asked leave to establish mitigating circumstances. Delegate Condon moved to declare the seats of Messrs. Thurman and Bushnell vacant. President Fuhrman ruled this out of order, saying that alter t ln: trial, if the defendants were...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 October 1890

BOYS IN BLUE. New Pi ill Resnialicns for the Infantry. - _ -; -■■•_.. •'■ Itttilioi Dxilli ia the First Regiment. Tac.ics in Demand in lie Fi'lh— £ nd Words Frcm an A: my Officer. For some weeks the Army and Navy Reg- Hler has Icen publishing in Installments the new drill regulations fur infantry, which, as it claims, " mark, in fact, an era in the history of tactics in this country," showing a careful stud; of the most recent developments of tactical science abroad. In many rejects the Heard of Revision has been Conservative, in others it has broken i. way entirely from the systems followed In the past The work is largely a compilation. In Hse'.o-e crier. ■■: maneuver formations, I 11. 11 has been followed; in the extended order formations the French, Belgian and GcriDan systems, the first-named predomi nating. In the close order the double rank is taken as tlic normal formation for in fantry, the single rank being omitted ex cept for the purposes of drilling recruits. The men, in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 October 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL, Has a larger circulation than any otU<r neiVKj>i|>«r i>nl>lis!ie'l hi San Fraucisco. ' PUBLICATION OFFICE: 625 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock v. m. I'.KAM'H OFFICES: 710 Market street, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight: :is» H«yea street, »'i" until 9:30 o'clock- ; 603 Li'itlu street, open until 9:30 o'clock; 2513 Mission street. op»n until 9 o'clock p. X., and 116 Mutti street, open until »:iO p. m. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: DAILY GALL (including Sundays), *.i per year by mail, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cunts per calendar month thronch curriers. DAILY CALL, ere copies, three months, Sfi '-'.">. SUNDAY call (twelve pages). $1 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL and WEEKLY CALL. $.! 50 per year, post paid. WEEKLY CALL (eight pages), SI 25 per year, postpaid. C;ubs of ten (sent to one address l . $10. AI'CTION SALES 10-DAY. FißsiTißE.— lly ■Wai. r.utterficld. at 1521 Ditls adero st., :ii 11 o'cLoc*. . WJ atuek FISE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 October 1890

BUSINESS I cham:f>. HEAP— BKAM-.H BAKERY, COFFEE-RO M and chop-honsc. 407 'lhlrd st- of 27 at* «• AVIEP-TO BORROW 82500 ON REAL ES- vi tatc secnrlty. tor winch 12 per cent Interest 1\ ill be paid. l'it?:ise Inquire at 647 l">ra<iuau St. It* _>Qftft ""SAI.OOX, 540 COMMERCIAL ST. Al'- _*Ol.'v'. j- Ij .-:i lie premises. 0e27 7t "o"oil7i" PARTMJK, LADY OR GENT, CO TAKE C— 'V. hall interest In restaurant. Call Monday litforc 12. i i.A/i.i.L-.-rutTE CO., 917 Market at . Room 2. 0C27 3t* Qi.^ii SALOON AMI GROCERY: IIREAT 0 I • '" • bargain. Call 239 Langton and be con- vlnced. 0c27 21* v. 1" ii PARTNER WANTED; OLD-LSTAB- • it-'*, lUhed and paying saloon and buardiug- boiise: v ... .! opportunity for a steady man. Apply porsooajly at Enteriiiise Hotel. 308 Beale. 27 .;t x 7iOAL-YARD FOR SALE-ONE OF THE BEST \J i i.c ce.al-yams in the city ; corner l'.uebatian and Rates at. Inquire G. TIETJ EN, 801 Buchanan street. OCIT7 3t* ■ OTTUNO ESTABLISHMENT WILL BE I > sold at a bargain...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 October 1890

6 THE SOCIAL WORLD. Some of the Bright Weddings and Dances of the Future. Th« Boot Reception— Pleasant At Home Given by Mr. and Mr«. Samuel Martin— Oat-of- Towa Eusicales— Hotej. The political epidemic cannot fail to affect a certain proportion of the season's eligible men, and the big opening dances have been thoughtfully set for dates when the fever will be largely allayed. But any general subject of enthusiasm is welcome under some aspects, and. as a consequence, we are having numerous social gatherings where the gentlemen are invited and the ladies attend— to forget the everlasting "issues of the day." What mere important issue exists for the debutante than the latest mode, and even the gentlemen find it a refreshing change to leave "canvassing" and "tickets" to gossip about the coming cotillons &nd the coming belles. Teas, luncheons, even din ners and pleasant musical evenings are among our main harbors of refuse during the fierceness of the political storm. Already the ann...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 October 1890

SUNDAY SPORTS. Field-Day for Sarksneo at Shell Mound Park. Some Excellent Work— A Hew B fl; Company. Events to Take FUct— Alpine Sprinters. The Ha-f-Slile Sac. Shell Mound Park was crowded yesterday by marksmen representing the different . apaniesof the National Guard and the 1 riile clubs of this city. Companies 1J of the iiur.i Begimrßt, D and F of the . A of the Filth and the Second Ai- tillery Regiment were out in force and kept up a lively fu«ilade until darkness set in. • The early, part of the day did not witness giiod scores, as the air was very calm and the smoke of battle often obscured the tar gets from view. Company is. Tbi:d Regiment, kept two tarkets in opeiation and Many good scores were the result. A. Ehrenpforl surprised his comrades by rolling up a handsome total of 48 out of a possible SO, while H. Heeth, Oestrich, .Pritehard, Carroll, Captain Kennedy and llinckley all did excellent shooting. Company A. Fifth input, stationed in Oakland, presented themselves bef o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 October 1890

8 PITCHED AWAY THE GAME. Chief Borchers a Dismal Disappointment. ■ ' ■ ■ Conghlin Annihilated, bnt Frisco Conies Out of the Fray Victorious. Oaklsnds Bat Oat a Gams at tilt Gas City— Xinderfarten— League liner;. The game yesterday at the Baigat-street (rounds between the home team and the Sacramentos was in many respects a pecu liar one, and presented a couple of most un anticipated and disappointing surprises. Borchers.whose signing to play the season out with the Senators has occasioned so much comment, and of whom great things were expected, was surprise No. 1. To say that the erstwhile "big chief" made a most chilly "frost" in his efforts to pitch ball is putting it in the mildest possible terms. Borchers was once a great twirler but, Judging from bis word in yesterday's game, be has sadly degenerated and instead of pitching ball he appears better adapted to tho healthful but leas lucrative occupation of pitcning hay. In one single Inning did he accomplish the iin-'iiiairil feat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 October 1890

TACTICS" OF A FAKIR! [Tip Examiner, unable to cope with TIIK CALL, finds ,*. >"*• consolation in comparing the number of columns of ads •*■ \ in THE CALL with seven subtracted with those in the V V Exar Iner with seven added, tint suppresses the fact S ia that three columns cf THE CALL contain more matter ,*, ■*■ than t'mir »f tin 1 Examiner. '< 2-*- ••*-*-*-*-*-*-'-*-'-*-*■*•*-•-*"'"*-*-*-*-■•*-•-*-*■•-*-*- 10 VOLUME LXVII— NO. 150. REVOLT OF EXILES. Siberian Convicts Capture a Steamer. Two of (he Fugitives Shot by Trojfs and Five Others Recaptured. A Meeting of Edinburgh Liberals Addressed by Gladstone on the Question of Home Rule. Special to The Morning Call. St. Petersburg. Oct. 27.— Advices from Y.-.kootst, Siberia, report that a mutiny of Siberian convicts occurred on board a steamer on the river Lena. Tlie inhabit ants of the village which the steamer was passing came to the convicts' assistance and helped them to disarm and bind the guards. The vessel was then sent adr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 October 1890

2 BOCKLEI'S THUGS. They Ate Ordered Oat to Sup press Free Speech. Grand Eatificslion Kettin? of tha Icgalls Republican Cltb at the ■Wigwam. Barry Is Poetical. An unusually large and enthusiastic attendance filled the new Wigwam last evening, to assist in the ratification meeting held under tie HUSplies of tho lugalls Colored Bi publican dub. Although the affair was arranged princi pally f , r the satisfaction of colored citizens, a large percentage of the audience was com posed <if whites. Shortly after the.meetiris had been called to onlerj the Colored Republican Central Ciub of Abu.cda entered the hall headed by a ii:.' and drum corps. Great enthusiasm prevailed, and the. name of Marttliam was treqmntly cheered whenever alluded toby tlie speakers. 11,,I 1 ,, c. O. Benjamin, a colored orator of vr:il>V ability, i et".ipied tlio rostrum for upward of one hour nnd kept t) is hearers in cotis'ant roan of merriment by hi- remarks, lie possessed the bappj faculty o{ advancing good...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 October 1890

MISCELLANEOUS. _^^^ S That no other house in all Frisco has the nerve to handle. We arc | I That no other house in all Frisco has the nprvc (o handle. We arc m Showing Overcoats 1 f That can't be found outside of RAPHAEL'S— in such fabrics as the £j a imported Carr's Meltons, made in the English box style or the ever- M | popular Chesterfield style, some made with strap seams, others made 9 % plain ; many are made with side vents, that being the latest fad among ■. (j the stylish dressers. lYiany ot 'em are lined.throughout with rich satins \ i and a good many are halt lined with satin and the other half with silk- jj % finished cassimeres, which gives a very rich and dressy effect to the ; 5 Overcoat. We have 'em in all the newest shades, such as a new among m the stylish dressers. Many ot 'em are lined, throughout with rich satins p and a good many are half lined with satin ami the other half with silk- H finished cassimeres, which gives a very rich and dressy effect to tho || Ove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 October 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Has a lamer circulation than any other newspirw-'r publish*! In San I'raucisco. PUBLICATION O.I'ICE: 825 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock P. m. iikaM'll OFFICES: 710 Market street, ae;;r Krarny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; 33!» H"y«S street, oj»en until 0:30 o'clock; 003 ].arkin &:rcet, open until 9:3o o'clock; 25 IS Mission street, cpen until '- 1 o'clock P. m.. and lit! Ninth street, open until 9:30 p. \r. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: DAII-V TALL (Including Sundays). $<> per year by mall, postpaid; 16 cents per week, or 05 cents per calendar mouth through carriers. DAILY CALL, five copies. Dime months, (8 25. BUN DAT (All. (twelve pnge»). $1 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL and 'WEEKLY CALL, $2 50 pel year, post paid. WEEKLY CALL (eight pages), $1 25 per year, postpaid. Cubs or ton (tent to one address), $10. t'TION SAI,KS ■riMIAV. Rkai. Estate.- By Kaston & Eldridge, at 038 Market St.. at 12 "'olork. -~ • ■■■- . ;. Vt i AXIIEK PKEI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 October 1890

BUSINESS __<_______ "_"--,, 11- -AWING BUSINESS; BUNS 2 3p_OU. ciicu'ar saws, with shafting, belting, steam power; large yaids: sheds; 2 horses: wagon; large onli-rs con. lng in; bare all they can do: clears *120 to $160 per inontn; rare chance tor 1 or 2 workinstnen; —OS established many years; full value, stock, machinery, buildings, etc.; tor something . ... see this. GEO. STEWART, 135 Kearny st It ". I is:. OPPORTUNITY FOR BUS— (ESS— A f\ large manufacturing company win sell half in- terest for $7500; business In successful operation; f.i amount of capital invested profits are equal to tli:.t of in) legitimate business: large orders con- stantly on hand; full and thorough investigation can be had before purchasing, anil purchaser cx- pectcd to take entire charge of office a:nl act as treasurer: this is a rare cbauce for an active man or some gentleman who has a son to secure a solid, successful and highly profitable business at a bar- fc-aln. OKO. STEWART. 135 hear j St. It ....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 October 1890

6 ' - - LOST. OST-A PASS-BOOK WITH THE lIIBEKNIA ■I Savins' and Loan Society of San Francisco, In the name or PATRICK TAHENY. Ko. 172.561. The finder will please return to bank. oc'-!S St* OST-SHORT-LEGOED BLACK RETRIEVER J dog. answers to the name of Sport. turn to 34 Tehania st., and receive reward. oc2B 81* OST— il LAIIV.S BOLD WATCH. A SUITABLE reward If returned to MRS. V. H. GRAY. 754 Tenth «L_, Oakland. ocas 2t ENGLISH I'UQ DOO. KETUMTto 723 Gougb St., and receive reward. It* OST —AN OLD BLACK-AND-TAN DUO, J Wednesday evening. Oct. S2di answers to name "Dandy." Please return to 317 Clementina st. and receive suitable reward. oc-7 8f I OBT— A PASS-BOOK WITH THE lIIHEKNIA A Savings anil Loan Society of San Francisco, in the name of IMC I Kit JONES. No. 113,621. Tbe Boiler will please return to bank. oc'2s 5f mHE EVENING BULLETIN, PRICE REDDCED X to 15 cents per week, delivered by carrier to any part of tlieciiy; Ibe liuiletln is the best, oldest and largest evening paper publis...

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