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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 November 1890

DECISIVE VICTORY. Success of the Republican Ticket in California, - Ihe Magnetic Hand Stretched Across the Frozen Fond. li, Vole, as Far as Counted, for the Lead ing Candidates Shows Steadily In .- v creasing Majorities. Bppclal to The siobxino _____ Napa, Xov. s.— The five precincts in Napa City give the following l'.i-publiean majori ties: Governor, Markham, 141: Lieutenant- Governor, Reddiek, 160; Chief Justice, Ueatty, 103; Associate Justices — Garotte 153, Harrison 152, De Haven 134; Secre tary of State, Ware, 166; State Controller, Colgan, 158; State Treasurer, McDonald. 158; Attorney-General, Hart, ICO; Surveyor- General, l.eichart, 162; Public Instruction, Anderson, IGT; Clerk of W 5*— t***. -J—*. M >] f tyi /jl Jl. Jt. .Ve, -Ann- Supreme Court, Brown, 164; Congressman, First District Barham, i."-7 ; Railroad Com niis-ioner. First District, Beckman, 165; Bo ird uf Equalization, Third District, Cole, 148. All the Republican candidates were elected. Yountville Precinct— Maj...

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. — 6 November 1890

8 REAL ESTATE. Meeting of the Directors and Members of the Exchange. Important Easiness Transacted - What the Exchange Means to Members and the Public— Sew Nanus— Sales. As announced in yesterday's Call, a meeting of the Directors of the San Fran cisco Ileal Estate Exchange, and subse quently a meeting of the members, were held at the temporary quarters, 16 Post street, at 8 o'clock last evening. There were present President W. H. Bovee, Vice- President A. S. Baldwin. Secretary G. H. Uuibsen and the following Directors and members of the exchange: Will E. Fisher, J. J. O'Farrell, N. C. Carnal-, Henry P. Sonntng, M. J. Burke nnd M. J. Mortens. After the reading and adoption of minutes of the previous meeting and the disposition of routine business three new names were balloted for and unanimously elected as members, viz: G. F. Bowman, William Buttcriield and Isaac Strassburger. At a meeting of the members held imme diately after the Dinctors' session an amendment to tie by-laws was a...

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. — 7 November 1890

THE LONG AND THE SHORT OF IT Length of co'umns In the different papers. ' (' *~* £f T™_________l Column 49 Squares. _. CIII yTf;T -"rc Column 43 Squares. V V A A* I V' Tr_l_ Column 40 Squares. 3 columns in the CALL equal 4 in the Examiner. VOLUME LXVII-NO. 160. TWO VIEWS. Senators Gorman -and Dolph on the Election. latest Returns From the Yarions States Show Slight Changes. Democrats Likely to Gala Senators In New Hampshire, New York, Wisconsin, Illinois and Kansas. Special to The Moaxrxa Call, Washington, Nov. 6.— Senator Gorman In an interview here to-day said the victory of the Democracy was an expression of the people against the radical measures such as the Republicans had brought forth during this Congress. The Senator was asked If he thought the victory would be lasting; if it would give the Democrats the next Presi dent He replied: "It depends upon their course. If they are cautious and conserva tive they may expect a long lease of power." Senator Dolph, in explanation of th...

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. — 7 November 1890

2 A SLOW CANVASS. Annoying Delay in _ Returning the Cily Votes. "X r.l.itieal Gossip From the Victois and the De feated — Mayor -Elect SEn.erson'i Policy— Clunie's Threat. :--■:■ All doubt has disappeared. That the State lias gone overwhelmingly Republican no one presumes to question. There is much yet to be known about the city vote, and much that cannot be known before the official canvass lakes place, but tbe returns are now sufficiently complete to practically settle the all-absorbing question, "Who are the elect?" _..- ,-'.■- ■'■■'■' The official canvass will have the effect simply of giving definite and corrected ma jorities, but It is uot at all probable that ihe standing of a single candidate will be changed by the result, if the contest hud been extremely close, as on several occa sions in the past, a feeling of uncertainty might be warranted; but where the majori ties reach into the thousands and the dis tricts heard from are fairly representative of the w hole, no importa...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 7 November 1890

THE WOMAN'S COLUMN TVo-iinn's Intellect lt Is Not, Inferior to That of Man. Its Pioneer Mother the One Who Braved Dangers to Bui'.d Up the Country. For Better, For Worse— Notes. The Woman'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. WO-IAN'S INTELLECT. A Review Showing Tiint It la Not In- ferior to 1 hat of Man. Editor Woman's Column. Morning Call: The world has never doubted that man has intellect, and man. the "measurer," has had every incentive to develop the faculties eiven him, but with woman it has been very different. She has been made to feel that to lie "strong minded," to be "masculine," is a disgrace, and she has until recently been hedged away from opportunities, and is still discouraged if her taste and talent lead her in an unusual direction. None but intel lectual women know what mild martyrdom ...

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. — 7 November 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Has a lar C er circulation than any other newspaper i,ol.iNlir»tlnSanJfraucisco. ;u y PUIII.IC .TKIN lid" : 825 MonlKomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock rir. BRANCH oitfickb: 710 mum street ear Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight: --a j', „ , street, open until P:;'0 o'clock; 603 larkin street, open until 9:30 o'clock; 2518 Mission street, open until 9 o'clock p. m.. and 110 Ninth street, open until 9:30 p. m. iiscitirTiosi KATES: mli.v CALL (Including Sundays). SB per year by mail, postpaid; 16 cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY. CALL. five copies, three months. $" 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve pages), $1 50 per year, postpaid, si'.nhay CALL and WEEKLY CALL, S3 bo per year, post paid. WEEKLY CALL (eight pages), <1 '-■"• 1 EryeaT, postpaid. c.ui-s of ten (sent to one address), $10. Al'l'TION SALES TO-DAT. I riM-ii -i.e.— By Ceo. 1". Lainson, at 2109 Cali fornia at 11 o clock. IriiM-n-KV.-liy Chas. Levy, at 5:16 Califo...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 7 November 1890

BUSINESS CHANCES. rilO SELL OUT YOUR BUSINESS PROMPTLY FOR cash, go to 1. D. BARN ARD. i 1 IS Market St.. bet. Mason and Taylor: established 1859. ll* i AST COU^TBY STORE; BEST TOWN IN THE I . state; sales average $100 per day; i rot; is 4 0 per cent: will take part cash If desired: beat chance ever offered. I. 0, BARNARD, 1148 Market st. near Taylcr. If I'll 1(1 B * AND LUNCH BOOM; ELE- C J <JV'U. gantiy fitted up; full stock; choice ales, wines and liquors-, most positive bargain. I. D . UAKN AKD, 1 148 Market St.. near Taylor, It* IQ'U HO GROCERY AND BAR; GOOD LEASE; ,7 _ t VV. reasonable rent; full value lv stock and fixtnrcs. HEAI 1004 Market st It* (lislHin SALOON-MEN, ATTENTION: THE .^.HfiM). grandest opportunity ever offered for whole or half interest in saloon. witn_l2 rooms near Market st: thorough Investigation. LEY . 1004 Market St. ' ■ j t » ' Ni'f.n SALOON: AJIONG GOVERNMENT . .iiri'. lodging houses: established 25 years- s.rkncss cause; 5 ears lease. W. F. HEALEY, ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 7 November 1890

6 MV -AD- WAITS. BENEATH tbe splendor of the southern son "a woman waits: dark chestnut Is her hair. And like a clean-cut cameo her face, By some paleaitist wrought ana dwelt upon Till lite breathed In the stone; and she Is fair, Like some slim Illy In the garden-place. That in her heart my life should find a place, That she should wait for me at set of sun. That she should name me " Love!" a boon more fair ' Lite cannot give, that I should press the hair Each from her lon- white brow, and guzr* upon The love-lit frankness of her pure young face. If this mar be, then I must turn my face Away from her, and win the right to place _y life at her command, strike heel upou All tnat Is false, nor must to-day's spent sun Know DM untrue. I may not touch her hair Unless I be as true as she is fair. She hath not spoken audit, or cold or fair, >'or have I asked. I have but read her face. And natctud the sunlight glinting on her hair. And loved her. It lor me there be a place In her pure hea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 7 November 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD. Marriage of Mr. J. D. McKee and Miss Anita I. Boole. Ihe Terba Buena Parlcr Ball— A Ficnlo to Hill Valley— Excelsior Lodge Dance. Native Daughters' Party. The se'ond Steinway Hall concert will take place to-night, when, among others, Mrs. Carrie Millzner Hamilton will assist in a choice programme. '.*' At the residence of the bride's father at Needy, Clackamas County, Oregon, October 15th, Mr. Willie M. ll op was united in marring ■ to Miss Edna Lower ot that place. The bride Is highly esteeme I in Clackamas County. The groom is the y Hinges', son of Benjamin Rood, an old and respected resi dent of this city, but is at present residing at his beautiful country In use at Needy, fr The Benlah Club will entertain friend this evening at Mission Music Hall. A unique clnl Iren's musicals was given at Los Angeles at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stewart recently by their daugh ter, Miss Ethel Stewart, to her little friend. Miss Eloise Lessen of San Francisco, who ha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 7 November 1890

8 A BAD CAREER ENDED The Ex-Mayor of Cedar Keys Filled fit. 1 BncMot. He Me One Threat Too Many and Was Snot on Sight By tie Chief of Police of Montgomery, Ala, Incidents in the Life of Fire-Eating William M. Cottrell. Special to The Mobsino Cam. MoxTGOMEiivKAIa.), Nov. 6.— The sensa tional career of William W. Cottrell, who acquired much notoriety a few months ago by his course while Mayor of Cedar Keys, Fla., was ended here to-day with a load of shot from a gun in the hands of Chief of Police Gerald. Cottrell had been in the city several days, drinking freely and acting in his usual style. Last night he was arrested for disorderly conduct, and when released on bail left the police headquarters, vowing vengeance against Chief Gerald. The latter was warned by friends, and knowing Cottrell to be a man who shot on sight, was on his guard. This morning Cottrell sent him a challenge to fight a duel, but to this the Chief paid no attention. About 11 o'clock Cottrell rode up to the office...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 November 1890

THE LONG AND THE SHORT OF IT : — — if - ■ - Length of co'nmna in the different papers. r — jQ^ "J* T 1 Column 49 Squares. CHRONICLE jj___________] EX A I VET? Column squares. ■■.-../. 3 columns In the CALL equal 4 in the Enmlner. VOLUME LXVII-NO. 161. THE RESULT. Ben Bfltterworth's Views on the Election. ■■ ■ ■ It Will Have No Material Effect on the Republican Party. Candidates for the Speakership ol the Next House — A Democratic Majority in Illinois. Special to The Morsixq Call Washington, Nov. 7.— Ben Lutterworth is as cheerful and humorous as ever, not withstanding the election results. He heard a reporter's questions, "Is the Republican party dead? Has rigor mortis set In?" and stopped to shake his bead, as old men do at a wake, with one eye on the corpse and the other on the table iv the next room. "It is not dead," exclaimed the Ohio Con gressman, brightening suddenly, as a sad man does when he un expect! finds a dime in the pocket of an old vest "It ii not dead, but sleeping....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 November 1890

2 NOT YET COMPLETED. The Canvass of the City Votes Still Drags Along. Clunie fay; Hi Will Not Contest the Congres sional Seat— The Excitement of the Campaign Subsiding. The defeated braves are now talking about a recount. They do nut appear to derive any solace out of the available returns and are pinning their hopes to the possibility of fj recount. Indeed, "recount" is the sole topic of interest among them now. Just how to couie at one is the vexing problem. 'The Democratic leaders are in venting every excuse and argument their in genuity is capable of to justify it and pre vail up --ii the Republicans to consent to it; but tin- headway made is not encouraging. Their most forcible argument, of course, is the bungling work made of the count by the Story system, aud the fact that so many inaccuracies have crept in. But even that hses most of its force when it is remembered who uld ihis work, and that the Democratic party had quite as large a finger in it as any body else. The legal ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 November 1890

NED-SON'S DEFENSE. He Continues His Cross-Exam ination of Judge Murphy. A Hn'tiplieity of Questions Asked, "Which Fail, Howtver, to Elicit Anything of a Startling Nature. Before Police Judge Joaehimsen yester day aiternoon at 2 o'clock was resumed the examination of William M. Neilson on a charge of criminal libel preferred by Judge D. J. Murphy. Attorney Darwin appeared for the people, while Clarence Gray repre sented the defense. When court opened Judge Murphy re sumed the witness-stand for further cross examination i.nd in answer to an inquiry on the part of defendant stated that he had bad no conversation whatever with Judge Joaehimsen in regard to the case. ••Did fchaion cull at your bouse and engage you to conduct a case for him?" 'Tie did." y.— What fee did you receive? A.— Xoao of your business. Defendant asked for Mr. Gray's assist ance, and the atter insisted that the witness be required to answer the question, supple menting his argument by reading from the circular in wh...

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. — 8 November 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Has a larger circulation than any other newspaper |>ul.'i-iir t in Sr-.n Francisco. PUBUCATIOH OrFICK: V ■-: '<: C"5 Montgomery street, near Clay, open -until 11 o'clock P. m. BBANCB OFFICES: 710 Market street, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; SSfl li-iycs street, open until 9:30 o'clock; ixO'.i Parkin street, open until 9:30 o'clock; 2518 Mission street, , pen until 9. o'clock r. v., and 110 Math tueet, open until 9:30 p. m. BUBSGRIFTXON KATES: DAILY CALL (including Sundays), So" pcryear by mall, postpaid; 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, tve copies, three months, *o 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve [ages). $1 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY ■**t ALLand WLKKLY CALL, $_! 50 per year, post paid. WEEKLY CALL (eight pages), SI 25pei pear, postpaid. Cubs of ten (sent to one address), $10. Arcnos sales TO-DAY. FruxtTrßE.— By Win. liutterfleld, at 106 Hyde st.. al 11 o'clock. i:i m Estate.— WaJ. Dingee, at -100 Eight...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 November 1890

IiI'SINESS CHANCBS. _,". Ol lA FULLY SECURED: A GOODMAN To <*-■ I _.i'U. act as treasurer in. one of the best chances in the State: will be assured or $21:0 per month clear: must be steady, willing to devote his rime In ihe business. Apply K. KENNY, 22 Kearny StreeL noS tf IJAItE OPPORTUNITY FOR 1 OR 2 ACTIVE it business men; large flouring mill In this city, es- tablished and running 20 years, with capacity 250 bids, a ilny: clearing 030 a-inonlh; lias 150-liorse- power engine, boilers and all necessary machinery, costing $25,000; will sell for $10,000, on account of dissolution of copartnership; will rent mill, a 4-story brick building, as proprietors own the real estate as well as mill, ror $200 per month: can sub-let power enough to pay nearly a.i expenses, with suffi- cient leit to run the mill; terms easy to responsible parties. GEO. STEWART, 135 Kearny St. It si • ICI PARTNER WANTED TO-DAY ; LIGHT O— ' "'• aid pleasant business; giving steady em- ployment; clearing $65 and...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 November 1890

6 HEART jUr-NI-NG. I WAS gayest of all at the dance last night, The litest of heart In seeming: I laughed. I waltzed, my cheeks were flushed. My ayes were bright aud beaming. ah little those who glanced at me thought That mv brain was throbbing, aching. And that 'neath the flowers that lay on my breast My heart was bruised and breaking. They —I*l not know that my eyes were bright Because ot pain, anil not pleasure; They did not know that the music to me Seemed played in fuuereal measure. They did not know that I laughed and talked To keep down the dreadful heart burning: They little thought I a lesson ol lite, A bitter lesson was learning. They did not know of the hours I spent In anguish while they were all sleeping: They did not know how 1 suffered and prayed, All the time bitterly weepiug. Alas, I am not the only one Woo laugh* with a brain that Is aching, Wot the only one whom the world thinks gay Whose heart is crushed and breaking. —The Old Homestead. THE GRAY GHOST OF GILSUM....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 November 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD. Party and Drill by California Drill Corps No. 2. "Wilson Reception— The Beulah Club Enter tainment — Loyola Assembly Social. Party in Alvarado— Notes. Mrs. Lebnd Stanford will give a lunch party to-day. Mr.-. Sarah Co well le Moyne will repeat "Pippa Passes" this evening at Mission Music Hall, on the corner of Howard and Twenty-first streets. The County Club set free eighteen pheas ants on their preserves in Bear Valley, near Olema, Marin County. Several of the mem bers enjoyed a couple of days' outing ou the place the first part of the week. An entertainment and dance will be given this evening at Washington Hall by the Society of Progressive Spiritualists. Mr. and Mrs. Dietle of 230 Page street held a pleasant reception on last Saturday night in honor of their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Wester-—.-, who lately returned from Europe. - The third annual ball of the American Sugar Refinery Mutual Aid Society, for the benefit of the relief fund, will take place in Odd Fello...

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. — 8 November 1890

8 MIDNIGHT TRAGEDY. Probably Fatal Shooting Affray at Petal-ma. Special Officer Walsh Dangerously Wounds Thomas Studdart $*_ An Assault Upon tbe Policeman by a Party of Young Men— A Train-Robber Con victed at Sacramento. Epecl-l to The Morxinq Call, Petalvma, Nov. 7.— Last night about 11 o'clock Thomas Studdart. foreman and one, of the editors of the Daily Imprint, -was shot by Special Policeman Joe Walsh, and dan gerously wounded. v Several young men of this city were In the Arcade saloon drinking and having a good time, when Colorado Sam, a cow-boy who was one of the party, was either pushed or stumbled and fell through the front door to the sidewalk. Joe Walsh, who was on duty in place of Officer Brownlee, was standing across the street on Whitney's corner, and bearing the noise and seeing the man fall, ran over and helped Colorado Sara to his feet and started off with the intention of taking him to bed. About this time the boys ra.n out of the j saloon and commenced guying the o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 November 1890

VOL. LXVIII.-NO. 162. CONFIDENT OF CONTINUED PEACE. Ton Caprivi Speaks of His In terviews With the Italian Prime Minister. FRANCIS JOSEPH'S OBSTINACY. Crispi Insists Upon His Returning King Humbert's Visit — Inter cepted Letters to the Pope. Unfounded Reports of Intended Reprisals Against the United States- Proposed German Re forms. Copyright**. 1890, by th« New York Associated Press. Berlin, Nov. B.— Chancellor yon Caprivi, who has been visiting at Milan, this morn- Ins received a deputation of German resi dents of the city, who presented him with an address. In replying, the Chancellor sroke in terms of unofficial frankness of the objects and the remit* of liis meeting with the Italian Prime Minister. He concratu- JateJ his visitors upon living in the beauti liil country which was the center of art in terests, and which was under a government that was linked with that of Germany by a policy of peace. His interviews with Signor Crispi. he said, had cemented and perfected the entent...

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. — 9 November 1890

2 MISCELLANEOUS. JJ ..^ n .- j»i.«Mu»U,ipe l Ut*tftf--Ji^^-J-^'^ wrer-r^TnrTrnTrirwiftiinairtrir t >*•»» ■■■ ■■ liMuiiulll TWO CLOTHING SHOPS, One Run by a Chinese Lottery Fiend and the Other by a Half-Witted Knave, After signing an agreement to close their shops— as all respectable clothing houses are at present doing— Now attempt to break up this movement, going back, like knaves, ON THEIR OWN SIGNATURES. Are such people worthy of your trade ? Are Such People to be Trusted ? DECIDEDLY NOT! A man that '11 go back on his word, much more his signature, is no more to be trusted than a convict just let loose from San Quentin. We hope these people will reconsider their actions and close up their shops at 6 P. M. and give their clerks a chance to have a few hours of recreation. 433, 435, 437 * Montgomery Street, Corner Sacramento. IONE'S PROPOSED REFORM SCHOOL. The Contract for the Same Let by the Prison Directors. Bricks Must Be Bought Frcm th» Warder. No Coal Received Tinder me Cont...

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