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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 October 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD. Several Pleasant Home Parties and Celebrations. . lie Rr,V.nowi:z Wedding — Seven Fines Circle Eatertai:rn?m-S3n:e Coast ■Weddings— Notes. The wedding of Miss Lilia Whalte* Me 1. u.ly and Mr. Thomas Chessman will take placa ou Wednesday evening next at the li me of the bride's parents, 1318 Market street Mis. John lMs will give a tea shortly at her residence, Gi>9 Polk street. Mr. and Mrs. to. G. Ferrer gave a pleasant moslcale oa Friday at "their residence on Pine street Time present were: The boat and hostess and their daughters, Mrs. George Hearst, Mr. smd Mrs. WHliiim S. Tevis. Miss Laura Bates, Miss Lawlor, Mr. Drum, Mr. W. Lawlor and Mr. Ferrer. Mini rva Circle, No. 20, C. of F., gave a domino party on Thursday at Cambrian Hall, 1133 Mission street, which was a per fect cess. The floor manager was .Mr. McDonald; door-keeper, Mr. Beverson. The Committee ol Arrangements consisted, of Mrs. Bt-verson, Mrs. Bacnn, Mrs. llilder brandt, Mr. 15-wrson. Mr. Haw!:, M...

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. — 28 October 1890

8 MARKHAM'S TOUR. Gratifying Receptions by tbe Residents of Kern Connty. Cordial Assurances of Support From All Classes, Irrespective of Party. Crowded Meeting at the EakersEeld Opera House— Telling Speeches by the Colonel and J. C. Campbell. p«l»l 10 Tilt Me .KXIXH Call. Bakei:pfiei.d, Oct. 27.— N0 wanner hearted reception has been tendered Colonel JlHikl.ar.i dMring bus tour than that given Dim by the good people of this remarkable little city. Every attention has been lav ished on the distinguished visitor, anil every kindness has been shown him firm first to last. In fact, his visits thus far in this section have I e< n so far ah. ad of these that greeted Fond that even the Democrats are beginning to wonder why it is. At Visalia, for in stance, live men were all that could be mus tered to go to Tolare to meet Pond, while over 100 went to escoit Markbam. When the former held his meeting twenty-seven people, by actual count, were in the opera house, while the Colonel drew a cro...

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. — 29 October 1890

TACTICS DF A FAKIR I '.'■ The Etamini-r. nnaMe to cope with THE CALL, finds | •*• consolation in comparing the number of columns of ads 3 V i:i TIIK CALL with seven subtracted with those in the / '•' Examiner vith seven added, but suppresses the fact V [', that three polnnuis of TIIK CALL contain more matter ,\ !•*.' than four uftlie Examiner. .•*• [[[ VOLUME LXYII-NO. 151. BALFOUR'S TOUR. \ Visit to the Famine District in Ireland, 3a Promises to Institute Several Measures for the Peasants' Relief. Extensive Revolts Reported in a Number of Russian Districts -- Fighting in Senegal. • fpfci:il :o Tiik Monxisr, Cau. Duni.rs, Oct. 28.— Balfour arrived at tbe Island of Acliili yesterday, and passed the night at the residence of the parish priest, To-day lie will make a tour of the island. T c Freeman's Journal says: B.ilfour ha- been received everywhere without a demonstration, either hostile or friendly. He must n t mistake civility for severity, or. Hike his predecessors, he will find ...

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. — 29 October 1890

2 STILL IN HIDING. That Deaoeratie " Morey Lot- ier" Tails to Materialize. Buckley's Kaffi'ns Again Assault the Ktform Democrats— Masa-BTeetingr at tho Republican Wigwam. Tbepeenii Is at the Democratic i ommittee in regard t i the . it'- "Morey letter" schemer, in which an effort is made to injure Colonel p ii. Markham by at i to him ccr iments that are foreisn to his char r, as furthei treni Hiened the belief that the allege I .<■■■ nuti a\ is a forgery. i : ■„. . - ■ fereda reward oi i oof a genuine letter; .--ipnt-d ■ i : tai containl g Hie lan ■ ti d to t- : « j !■:■ Hie Demo :rats, and ■ a wi i X's delay the 1 'cm. crats . . i . • call and show the lettc-r to Mr. n ci i i II was eom'enient for him rablj lo avpointment, at 11 o'clock day !; ! liiii ;: Russell J. Wilson, George [la~3 es ai <! uoraci G. Platl i ailed on at tbe X publican btate Central n is m. t alifi rnia street. " \\f have come to see about that reward ciTiifil fur what you call the *Morey letter,'" said Ai...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 October 1890

MISCELLANEOUS. for 3t:e:f*.! WE PLACE ON 01 TAIiLES THIS MORJiISG A GRAM) LINE OF BLUE THIBET SUITS! GOODS THAT '! .1. NEVER FADE EITHER. THEY'VE IIEEX SOLI) ALL ALONG FOB $18. BUT AS WE TOLD YOU LAST SUN DAY THAT THIS WAS GOING TO BE BARGAIN WEEK, SO OUT THEY'LL GO FOR. EVERY OXE OF 'EM; ELEGANTLY TAILORED AX» -WORTH EVERY CENT OF EIGHTEEN DOLLARS. COME AND TAKE A LOOK AT 'EtVB ! MONTGOMERY STREET. CORNER OF CLAY. FOR SIX DAYS MORE PETER B. SIMONS & SON, 220 S utter St., Above Kearny, UPSTAIRS. Will Sell to the Consumer WATCHES AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE PEICE. AFTER SIX DAYS Look in This Paper for a Startling and Un- precedented Announcement from PETER B. SIMONS & SON. 6e5 FrTuWe CONDITION OF TKADE. A Pronounced Upward Tendency in Many Articles. Coal Getticg to Be an Expensive Luxury. H gh Prices for Fecds'uffs— H:pj ani Wool Firm— Lumber Higher. Some merchants note a loss of trade eon- Beqaentnpon the approaching election. How ever, others are enjoying increased business from...

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. — 29 October 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Has a larger circulation titan any other \;v\\ ■*!> per pui>>ishe-i in San Francisco. rniiwe Tins 0.-fick: 025 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock p. m. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market street. near Kcarny, open until 12o"clocKraidnlcht: 339 I! ><■- street, open until 8:30 o'clock; 003 Laricta street, open until 3 :30 o'clock ; 3518 Mission street, open until 9 o'clock r. M-. aad 110 rwnth .[ml open until 9:30 p. m. SITBSCiCIFTIOM KATES: DAILT CALL i inrluiiiiig Sundays), *ri per year by mail, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar month tlirim^'li carriers. DAILY £ALLi, five copies, three months. *S 26. SUNDAY < .M.I. (twelve pases). $1 60 per year, postpaid. SUM>AY i ALL and WEEKLY CALL, *2 50 per rear, post paid. WKEKLt CALL (eight pages), (l 26 per year, postpaid. C nbi of ten [sent to one address), $10. AUCTION SALES TO-DAY. 1 ; i \iii hi.— Hy tic. F. Laiusou. at 2011V4 i Ulniore St., at 11 o'clock. IV. ATIIKK Pi....

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 October 1890

; v^ ursiNKSs >' lI A CE j C- "111 l GROCERY AND BAB: LIVING ROOMS. $OljU. W. F. HEALY. 1004 Mark,! st It* junrn SALOON; Al LOCATION"; WATER & I «>U. from: 5 years' lease: rent $25; do not ntsslt. W. F. IIEALY, 1004 Market st. It* ..)-.. SAl .' "■■ : 6 ROOMS; PAYING; OWNER 5poOU. has other business. HEALY,loo4Market* DOWNTOWN HAY RESTAURANT: cjl)cJi>U. meals 26c to $1: first-class in every way; no 15c or -»■■ business; receipts J-"-' to f25 per day; close- at 6p. m. : not open Sundays; patronized al- most exclusively by who (sale business men; ele- ■rant place; is a fortune for wan and wife; very sin '11 expense to run It aud lilt!" trouble; never such a chance: most sell; make an oiler. GEO. STEWART. 135 Kearny st. It .--, WOOI-SAWING BUSINESS; RUNS 2 . .It) 1 1. circnlar saws, with sliarttug, betting, steam power; large yaids; sheds; *J horses: wagon; largo orders cou.lng In; have alt they can do: clears $125 to $150 per month; rare chance tor 1 or 3 wurkinginen; busi...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 October 1890

6 Houses to House sroomsTbath!5 roomsTbath! mokkkn impkovk- nients-.Minny side: $„-<. tHO.i I'lne st. oc'29 ■«» HOUSK ft KOOMS, VAKU AND WATER, $25. 4_! stevei sun St. oe»8f STn BOUSE OF 4 ROOMB AND HATH: SK. «JT I I • cor. Eighteenth and Colllngwood »ts L 29 tf ■« t ODFRN~«'TTA(fEr~6 ROOMS. FOR I'AR- M ticulara airy si ■-•i ; -i' Suiter st. oc39tf 1 /JOO HOWARD - HOUSE, 7 ROOMS, AND IOZO itiMe containing 6 stalls; lotaBxl2S. ln- qnlre nt freiniscs or 108 a Howard. OC'J?? 61* HUUSI 1 ROOMS AND BATH. 631 McAL- lister st., key In rear. «<•'-* :it * 'iff, \l\ 716 MCALLISTER ST.-7 ROOMS. Jj> — . OU. water, gas, hath, basement yard.2B I* • ) BOI'MS TO LET; REAR- 101 l BDCUANAS «> St., near Geary. _0C27 3t* Of 1 q7six~Rooms: Al'l'LY 1116 .mission. JJ) 1 O. Mreet. '""-'' tr ..i.) COTTAI.E 3 ROOMS. 2004 LEAVEN- jT 1 — • norm st., near Union. oft ____ rpilE bVENINIi BULLETIN, PRICE REDUCED I to 15 cents pet week, delivered by carrier to any part .; tbe city; the Bollctlii Is the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 October 1890

NEILSON ARRAIGNED. He Gets a Change of Judge in ihe Police Court. Harps* Denies on O.ith Hsilson's Accu- satiens end His Antagonist Cre- Mca a Sensation. The case of William M. Neiison, charged v. .'!i libel for having publi-h-*d ana distrib uted circulars about the character of Judge 1). J. Murphy, was called for preliminary . . terday morning iv Police-Judge Kix's court. m was crowded to the with Neilson'a witnesses, detectives, .. - politician! and fellows who do eem to do anything for ■ living except r when : u\ promised sensation crops th ■ old City Hall Seilson waa represented by Chrcnee . • Murphy l>v C. B. Darwin. .. X uoy read the complain. 1:1 a loud the defei d mt, who is p irtiallj „! when finished, asked in the : "'- that y.iur true ( ■ 1 McC on, otherwise km « . U. Neils m?" v. in M Neilson," • reply, "and 1 decline to plead until ; :u 1 t!i ■: i • stricken from that do :nment." No plea ! 1 magisterial 1 c pn ci di i wit! .0:1. Then Clarence Gray, for the : ed a dem...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 October 1890

8 MUSIC AND CHEERS. The Republican Standard-Bearer Among Ventura Friends, Popalar Welcome Extended by the Enthu- siastic People of the County. Eloquent Speeches at New Armory Ball— The Speakers Continually Interrupted by Hearty Applause. fpeclal to The Morning Caix. Ven-tika, Oct. '28.— Colonel 11. 11. Mark :iam arrived hero this alternoou, acom paaied by George A. Knight, and was met at the depot by a committee of leading citi zens, beaded by the Ventura City l!and, which struck up a patriotic air as soon as he train rolled into the station. An ini ■uense etowd of people had assembled at tha l-pot to greet the distinguished arrivals. \s soon as Colonel Markbam had alighted :ie was shown to a carriage i.i waiting, and, waded by the land playing "Hail to the • 'tiitf,"' tiie citizens tormed a procession and •scortt-d Calif' rnia's next Governor to the iiose Hotel, wbere many of the leading peo ulc had assembled, including a large num ber of ladies, and where Colonel Markbam was greet...

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. — 30 October 1890

TACTICS OF A FAKIR! § a The Examiner, unable to cope with THE CALL, finds Is*; 5 consolation iii comparing the number of columns of ads u V in THE CALL with seven subtracted with those in the V '•' Examiner with seven added, but suppresses the fact m f% that three columns of THE CALL contain more matter § i 4 -. than ("lir of the Examiner. j-ja. ._rt>V»X»XO>XO>>>.vO>_o>>>>>>>>>>X;lEl-jl VOLUME LXYII-NO. 152. "A BAD LAW." How Gladstone Regards the s Mcßinley Act. 1 Free-Trade Speech to the Inhabitants of Dundee. _ Stanley Evades the Charges Hade Against Elm by Members of the Emla Relief Expedition. Special to The Mobsisq Call, London, Oct. 29.— Gladstone arrived at Dundee to-day. He was presented with the freedom of the city and made an address, In which he referred to the commerce of the city, which, It had been stated, was threatened by the adoption of the new American tariff. He would not, however, he said, bring a railing accusation...

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. — 30 October 1890

2 A DIVERSION WANTED Buckley Democrats Dodge the Loading Issues. Xcthnsisstie Republican Muss-Meetings— Henchmen of Cxar Christopher Hava Or.wa Desperate. The frantic efforts of the Buckley Demo crats to create a diversion from the lines upon which the people have entered and fol lowed the campaign are but pitiable indica tions of the weakness of their cause. The maiu issues of the contest— bossism and the pillage of the people by n Buckley Legisla ture and a Buckley Board of Supervisors are questions that they seek to ignore. The latest attempt at diversion Is a "Morey let ter" by which they seek to make Colonel Markham say certain things to which the lie is given by bis whole course in life. The so-called letter, a lead pencil pro duction signed "Henry," is now in the hands of Irw in C. stump. Chairman of the Republican State Central Committee, and the Democratic diversion will receive the treatment it deserves at his hands. The Buckley wing of the Democratic party, still loyal to...

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. — 30 October 1890

HALLOWEEN. When Spirits Wander Abroad Through I.calms of Space. Sameihice About F reside Customs tn "Ku- Crack" Night -When Maidens Try Spells K-cw.i for Centuries. To-morrow, the ."Ist of October, will be All Hallows eve. or Halloween, which is clearly a relic of the dim oast, lor the prac- .which make this day remarkable are 1., i of the present. The leading idea respecting Halloween is thai it i- the time of all others when super natural influences prevail. It is the night set apart for a universal walking abroad of spirits, both of. the visible and invisible world; for, cs will afterward be seen, one ol the special cliaiacleristics attributed to this mystic evrning is the faculty conlerred on the immaterial principal in humanity to detach i'seif I ore the corporal tenement and wander abroid through the realms of space. Divination is t <n believed loattain its high est power, and tie gilt asserted by Glen dower of calling spirits "from the vasty deep" becomes available to all ...

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. — 30 October 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL "Has a iargnr circulation than any other uev.ii per published in San Francisco. BMC HOB O.'-FICEi 525 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 O'clock p. m. BKANCH OFFICES: 710 Market street, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; ' 339 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock; 003 l_arkin street, open until 9:30 o'clock; 2518 Mission street, open until 9 o'clock c. v., and 110 ninth street, open until 8:30 p. m. ■ ;_ - y SUBSCKtrraON RATES: DAILY call (including Sundays), ft per year by .postpaid: IS cents per week, or ir."> cents per calendar month tbrongli carriers. DAILY tali., five copies, throe meatus, $(> 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve pages). $1 BO per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL and WEEKLY CALL, *J 50 per year, post pr.hl. WEEKLY CALL (eight pages), $! 25 per year, postpaid. Cults of ten (sent to ana address), $-10. AITI'IOX SAI.KS TO-DAY. InrMTl Kl_- By Geo. F. Lainsim, at 504 Stock ton st., at 11 o'clock. 1 i -ir-. itv he. — By Cresswell, at 416 Oa...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 30 October 1890

BUSINESS CHANCES. ttfLflfl PARTNER WANTED TO ASSIST IN tf'OvU. the store In one of the best paying cash businesses iu this city: kepi 1.1 the present owner (or the last eight years "'■ clearing at least $250 Per month, which will be proven by owner; the dalles re tight and easily learned; but a l.i.iti must give his whole time for 9 hours pel day to this busi- ness aione; no previous experience required; you can try i'"' business until fully satisfied before buy- ing. Apply K. K EN N Y . 22 Kearny at. li CM •liiii A GREAT BARGAIN IN A SALOON: JJ]_.Uv, a stand that Is doing at least $30 a day trade and of you can hare a (rial or 30 days before: ,'iibuy: 11 buttbose with the emu need apply; this is located near the corner uf 'Third and v. r«--t sts. Apply K. KENNY. 23 Kearny st 11 ",.'1 PARTNER WANTED - TO ASSIST tj*r>«'l looking after the plain once work and i red help in one of the largest and best located . first-class hotels in the immediate vicinity of this city: doing a very ...

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. — 30 October 1890

6 HOUSES T'i'jKT; "IYESIRABLK SUNNY HOUSES: CONVENIENT XJ location: reasonable rents; close to cable lines; XI Inellth St.. 10 rooms arid bath: 34 Glen ParK, ave.. 12 rooms and 3 baths: 31 Glen Park ave.. 8 rooms and bath. Apply to MADISON A- BURKE, 401 Montgomery st. ___0c304t A N ELEGANT HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS AN BATH; _f\ largo basement; all modern Improvements: rent cheap: 830 sutler st. Apply G. 11. UMr-SEN A CO., 14 Montgomery st. oi-.-:ii SO- 1133 GUERRERO ST.. MODERN HOUSE t^ — .l. 6 rooms, bath, fine range; one block from Valencia cable-cars. Mc-w ALTON. 213 Sansome. 31* Oil LAFAYETTE, BET. ELEVENTH AND «l I Twelfth—* rooms: lurnltnre Tor sale. 30 41* Ul'llLEN— OCT. 2S, A 7-VEAIt-ol.il BAY HORSE, 0 ab. ut 10 bands high, bitched to piano-box band spriug lop bungy: suitable reward Tor any informa- tion. Union Slabl 858 Howard st. oe3o'__t* ]OST— A TICKED CHESTNUT VVHITE-AND- J tanned Llewellyn sener bitch: answers to the name of Beesy. A suitable reward will lie paid it returned to...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 30 October 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD. Knmeroas Hall Parties in the City Last Evening. The Everett Party in Oakland—Shepherd-Bo deck "Wedding in Petalnma— Beaver Lodge Social— Brief Notes. The second of the series of rieasanton so cials took plate last evening iv the large din iug-rooni of the hotel All the preparations, thanks to Mrs. Pendleton, were perfect, and the affair was made very pleasant by the efforts ot the executive officers of the organization, as follows: Mr. Will E. Fish er, Mr. .1. C. P. de Krafft. Mr. C. li. Piatt, Mr. E. (_. Davis, Mr. M. K. Hall, Mr. C. H. Shiels ad Mrs. 11. McD. Spencer. Mr. George Combs, one of Alameda's es timable young men, will be married on Sun day next to Miss Alice do Marris of Los Gal -. 'Ihe ladies of the Lincoln Belief Corps, No. 3, W. 11. C.; Will give a series of lunches uud entertainments at living Hall com mencing to-aay and terminating Saturday. The pupils of Messrs. Etonian Bros, will give a [an-and-nnibrella party to-morrow evening at their ball, 82...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 30 October 1890

8 UNPARALLELED. Colonel Markham's Remarkable Tom of the State. rost Enttiiislastic Political Campaign In the History of California. Stirring Scenes at San Bernardino. Torchlight Procession, Fireworks, Music and Speeches. Special to TiiK Mobs i.v.i C*r.u Sah CEnxAitiiixo, Oct. 29.— N0 such po litical gathering S3 is In progress to-night MM been known ben In the history of the city. So striking Is the contrast with the reception given Buckley's candidate on his recent visit that the Democrat!", who were already discouraged, are now inclined to give up the fight. The city Is a perfect hot bed of enthusiasm, and the streets arc lined with thousands of people who have fairly cheered themselves hoarse In honor of Cali fornia's next Governor. Hundreds of men in line and blazing rockets and Roman can dles by thousands have attested the great popularity of Colonel Markham, snd unless ail signs fall, the Republicans will sweep the county by the greatest majority ever known. Not only are the g...

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. — 31 October 1890

r^.>%%';.'r.>>'»*»'^r«*'X>'.»>>io>"«l«r«l« / l. , l*'l** > , ''C' Qj TACTICS OF A FAKIR! I i ■'■ The Examiner, unable to cope with THE CALL, finds .-♦. >*•! consolation in comparing the number of columns of ads jjj V in THE c.M.I. with seven subtracted with those in the v '•' Examiner with seven added, hut suppresses the fact ',*] ,7 that three columns of THE CALL contain more matter ,*, '."• than four of the Examiner. * <& VOLUME LXVII-NO. 153. IRISH AFFAIRS. Balfour's Tour Through the Congested District, — .—/* - Tie Secretary Warned Hot to Misinter pret the Respect Shown Him. The Trial of Alleged Rioters Postponed for Three Weeks— Action Brought Against a Magistrate. Special to The Horning Cali. Dublin, Oct. 30.— T0-day Balfour trav eled from Kylemorc, fifty miles to Carraroe, one of the poorest villages in the congested district. The few people seen were apathetic. At the League Convention in Limerick to-day John O'Connor warned Balfour not to m...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 31 October 1890

2 SMOKE OF BATTLE. 110 l Engagements of the .Political Forces. Kcpnb'ican Enthusiasm en Every Side — The Buckley Democrats Desperate and Threatening— Notes. The Buckley Democrats, what few of them there are left, have, in their despera tion, resorted to such campaign methods and practices as only a "boss" serving crowd could conceive. Their last bore of retaining their grasp upon the public offices and the purses of the tax-payers seems to lie in forgery ; suppress ing free speech with bullies, rotten eggs and revolvers; distorting facts, and a genera falsification. Above all other tilings do they seek to avoid their own corrupt public record. With them politics means a forged insult to the Intelligence of the people, a brutal beating of a public speaker who may oppose t! eir corrupt practices, an assault upon all who differ with them, provided they be weak and without means of protection; fco desperate have they become that mut terings may he heard among them of evil deeds d the da...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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