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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 November 1890

DIPHTHERIA. Some Timely Advice From the State Board of Health. How to Prevent Its Spread— Proper Treatment fer '.he Sick— Recipes for Fnmig-ting end Disinfecting. In view of the alarming spread of diph theria in this city within the past few weeks, and a corresponding increase in the number of what may be termed "preventa ble deaths," the circular Just issued by the California State Board of Health is a timely cue and worthy of the most careful consid eration. It is entitled a "Preventable Disease Circular. Facts' fur the People Con cerning Diphtheria," and treats of the re striction and prevention of the dread disease in the following language: Diphtheria having recently shown evi dence of a tendency to spread and assume a more malignant type, the State 13 ard of Health deems it prudent to issue this cir cular, and disseminate as widely as possible among the people the knowledge of certain [acts and principles, xvhich seem to be well established, as to the nature and causes ot this...

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. — 10 November 1890

8 KILROY, REITZ AND HOFFMAN. Fail to Hold Down the Dash ing Colonels. A Poor Game Before a Lnrge Crowd at H_.ii, lit Street. She Metropolitans Win Handily From the Tail -Enders at Stockton— Laague Liners— Notes. The nobby Senators came down in a blaze of glory yesterday, accompanied by 650 ex cursionists and the Sacramento Hussar Band of twenty-five pieces. Last night the train, excursionists and the band returned lo their homes In the Capital City with saddened hearts for the prospective pennant winners had been badly beaten. Fully 10,000 people rose in their seats and gave the team a most stirring reception as they marched on the field, preceded by the band at the head of which was Jim Hall, the celebrated colored drum major. They piesented a magnificent appearance in their white jersey suits and were count, d sure winners, the sports having difficulty in layings bets of 10 to 7 on them. A great deal of dependence was placed in their pither. Kilroy, who had been reserved all wet s...

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. — 11 November 1890

. . [a^>scoxo:o>^>>:< , >'o>>X'>>>^^* > >>>>iO yr r ~ m THE JUST and THE UN JUST. I ' *A. THE CALL cives^ The Ersmlner gets around ,^ V* the number of ads in* \ this *, computing the nnni- ! ,♦, .;. the number of ads in j bpr ,-,. colnmns f „„,*„•„,, V V Sunday s papers : " 1 the fact that 4 columns in If, V OAXjIj* 1 1429 sthe Kxamlner occupy the yu.* ;*;■ * .* -» IM cukoxicle.-V.. 1311 j {same spice as 3 coiumns 1 ;* jgj examiner 1429; * the Kxaiuiner occupy thebg • -^ nii;oM«'i.i: lan ;same spice as 3 coiumns/, EXAMINEE 1175 < ;in Till. CALL. -^ •»:-:->:->:"»::-:<:-:-: ; »:-:-:":*>:":-:-:-»»:"|3 VOLUME LXVII-NO. 164. LONDON'S EXECUTIVE Joseph Savory Installed as Lord Mayor. The Ceremony Attended With All the Ac customed Pomp.. 1 Banquet Given in the Evening to the Ministry— Salisbury's Opinion Regard ing the Recent Elections. Special to The Morn'lV"i Call. London, Nov. 10.— Joseph Savory was to-day installed Lord Mayo...

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. — 11 November 1890

2 SWEET CHARITY. ■ A Society Fete at Irving Hall for a Worthy Object. Handsome Decorations— The Dancing. An Interesting Entertainment The * . Week's Programme. Last evening a charity fete was inaugu rated at Irving Hall for the benefit of three worthy institutions which are the particular care of the Episcopal churches in this city. These are the Old Ladies' nome, on Golden Gate avenue, near Lett street, (the oldest church eliaritv in San Francisco), St Luke's Hospital, on Valencia street, and the Maria Kip Orphanage, on Rincon Hill. The lady managers of these institutions are the mov ing spirits in the fete, and, aided ns they .ire by many of the leading society ladies, tbe outcome of their charitable enterprise is sure to be a successful one. With the judgment begotten of experience the Directors of the decided'upon dress ing the hall in such artistic garb that it would he an attraction in itself. Accord ingly Miss Mary Bates was given carte blanche for the decorating, and how wel...

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. — 11 November 1890

STROTHER KICKING. The Auditor Evidently Smarting Under Defeat. Little Headway Hade in the Official Canvass- Lively Wrangling Over the Election Returns. There was a lively lime in the Supervisors' chamber at the new City Hall yesterday morning over the official canvass, of the votes cast at the election on Tuesday last, and Mr. Strother took occasion to show his ill-nature, as is his custom on all similar oc casions. Mayor Fond was compelled to in terfere to quiet his unruly compatriot, and far a time the air was decidedly sulphurous. Nearly two whole hours were consumed in wrangling over me precinct, and as there are 310 to be canvassed, some idea may be had of tin- trouble ahead. When the Board of Flection Commission • er-! met at 10 o'clock, tbe were a large num . ber of candidates present, including T. I. O'Brien. L. J. Welch and Dr. C. C. O'Don nell. There were also present Commission ers Fond, Flonrnoy, Strolher and O'Brien. Attorney M. A. Doin represented the Repub licand Coun...

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. — 11 November 1890

4 F-3SI THK MORNING CALL lias a larger clrcnlatlon than any other news,! ■- per mihii.lie-l '" San Francisco. fSS Pir.l.lCilUW I'K'l : 1525 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock p. M- ISKAMII OFFICES: 710 Market .-street, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight: "389 Hayes street, open nntll 9:30 o'clock; 603 ■ Larkln street, open until 9:80 o'clock; 2518 Mission . street, open until 8 o'clock '*. at., anil 110 > iutr. street, open until 9:30 p. at. SITBSCK!PTIO*tf BATES: DAILT CALL (including Sundays), $6 peryear by mail', postpaid: 16 cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar mouth through carriers. DAILY CALL, Ove copies, three months. *i> 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve pages). $1 60 per year, postpaid. Sunday CALL and WEEKLY CALL, $-2 60 per year, post paid. -.NLi'LLY CALL (eight pages), *1 25 peryeaa, ■ postpaid. Cubs of ten (sent to one address). $10. ■ ' AI'CTIOK S.AI.KS TO-PAT. , Real Estatk.— lly -fasten A Kidr'uli.--, at Hie *llar*el »L. at 12 o'clock. WHAT...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 November 1890

EPS ISVSIN'I -*SS CHANCE-*. >/;M PARTNER WANTED TO-DAY; .NICE ■JIiUU. clean, 1.-itimi.le office commission buti- ness- owner good :.i:s;.:css man: controls fine trade, worth $75 to $S5 to each per month warns reliable, active man for the clerical end inside oltice work: civ show actual business worth Investigating, with prospects of large Increase with help or good man. See GEO. STEWART, 135 Kearny st. It AOFvA PARTNER WANTED LARGE RESTATJ- efpOa/U* rant: central: good trade; owner (cook) wants good responsible man for cash-counter and dining-room: must sell: needs help: never such a . bargain: don't miss it. GEO. STEWART. 135 Kearny st. . noil 7t» li J lii U. I'ARTNER WANTEI) IN LEGITI- •^-ll'l'l'.-inate wholesale mauor.icturinj busi- ness In large downtown house'; occupies entire 3 floors: fireproof buck; handling staple goods for wholesale consumption throughout the city and Coast: having first -class facilities, machinery, etc.. for handling and manufacturing on large scale s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 November 1890

6 LOST. CT~OIF>*7^V~B7a~BAV MAKE: WHITE ON C" fore feet; about 1-4 hands high; letter oon shoulder: hired by dark .-umplerloned l man - about 40 "ears of a~e. A liberal reward it 1311 Califor- nia st. : _______J__ii_____ LOST-ON* >"OV. 10: BET. THE HOURS OF A I.- 5 "p. ar.. on the Oakland ferry Piedmont, a ha- k hand satchel, containing a (told bangle, "H. E. .vi " a shippln/ bill and about *9 In silver. Finder will please leave at Arcade House, Room 66, Market at., to-day, bet. 10 and 12 a. at. or 1 and 2 p. m.. and receive reward. It* 1 TOPAZ EARRING. GOLD SETTING, IN li neighborhood McAllister and Market sts.. on last Saturday. Reward of $5 II returned to 1423 Hilton ft. nolo 3t» SMALL WHITE DOG; LIBERAL REWARD 0 81 Stevenson St., rear. no! 0 3t* T NOVEMBER 7, A BROWN PUP; TAG OF 1- 1887 and 1.88; cor. Howard and Fremontsts.; stump tail. Return to 311 Fremont St. and receive liberal reward. noO St* LOST— A PASS-BOOK WITH THE HIIIERNIA Savings and Loan Society of San Francis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 November 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD. A Pleasant Reception Given by Mr. and Mrs. Jewett. r.rly on C'Farr.ll Street— Music at the Old Fecp.-'a Eomc— Party on Tuik Street. Lannon-Kelly Wedding. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Crocker chaperoned a party of ten friends from San Francisco to Mount Hamilton last week, stopping at llotel Vendome, San Jose. The party con sisted of Mr. and Mrs. Crocker, Mr. and Mrs. L. Gelson, Miss May Norton, Miss M. 11. Hennessey, Mr. W. i - , . Jones ai.d Mr. C. U. Crocker. Mr. John C. Nixon, President of the A. F. Helming Company, and Miss Annie C. Halford, a native of Vallejo, were quietly married last Wednesday at Seattle. The happy pair will come on a trip to California Mrs. J. P. Jones entertained a large num ber of friends last Thurday at her residence in Gold Hill. Colonel and Mrs. Thomas F. Hurley cay c a pleasant birthday parly last Tuesday to Miss Edna Marguerite Barley. Invitations have been received in this city announcing the engagement of Miss Carrie A. Warbnrton, daughter ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 November 1890

8 BEGGED FOR MERCY. » Unrderous Assault Upon Rail road Commissioner Rea. unci, on the Head and Severely- Injured • With a Steel Pinch Bar. lbs Assailant Knocked Down and Soundly Punished by tbe Wounded Official. Election Returns. Special to The Mobnisq Call. San Jose, Nov. Railroad Commis . sioner James W. Rea was the victim of a murderous assault to-day. This afternoon he went with bis father, Thomas Rea of . Gilroy, to the office of the Light and Power Company. His father told the Secretary, Walter Gillespie, that he wished his stock . in the company transferred to his son, James W. Rea. The reason, be said, was that Uriah Wood and other members of the company during the campaign had circulated a report that Commissioner Rea had abused a trust of his father and misused his friends. He desired to give the lie to the statement and show his confidence in his son by transferring all bis stock to him. Gillespie made insulting remarks, and when warned by Commissioner Ilea to desist re d...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 12 November 1890

gp-v* ,-.-..•.- .-.-.*.-. -•-•:•: •:.'!.->3oC<oc»X'':«:*':-:"-":«:- , Hi gf THE JUST a nd THE UNJUST. ? S! THE CALL gives I L The Examiner gets i around ;X vi *■►._ „._,v«>«. „» arfc in < j this by computing the nnm- ! j« 5 the number of ads in b(>r (if rolnmns & omit tiiig ,'. yl Sunday s papers : < 1 the fact that 4 columns in I,* V' O-AJjTj 1429: 'the Examiner occupy the!,', -' !li:onfci."E isii ( sitnie space as 3 columns v«, ;•. examiner. 1175 I in TriE CALL. ;,* j^lffx«!o>>xoroxc<c»3<*iocoio>ro>>!<. io|] VOLUME LXVII-NO. 165. FINANCIAL CRASH. Scene of Confusion and Excite ment on Wall Street. Demoralized Condition of the New York and London Stock Markets. Heavy Failures Caused by the Extraordinary Money Stringency — Assignment ol Prominent Firms. Special to The Mousing Cali. New York, Nov. 11. — Stocks opened one and two points higher. Following the lead of London they became weak on large sales, declined steadily for a short time ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 12 November 1890

2 NEILSON'S CASE. Judge Murphy Still Answering the Defendant. .Accusations of Malfeasance in Cffl:» Hct Sus tained— Lowenthal Threatened by Eeffudant. The examination of William M. Neilson upon a charge of libel was resume! in the • Police Judge's Court before Judge Joachim '- sen yesteiday afternoon, and the cross examination of Judge Murphy was con . .tinned. • "Did you sentence a young man named 'Stein to fifty yeats in the State Prison for - stealing a purse containing two dollars'.'" ■ asked Mr. Neilson. "I did nothing of the kind," replied Judge Murphy positively. "I sentenced a man to . the penitentiary for fifty years because be ■la nocked down an old womau on the street and robbed her of £400 or $500, His name was Stein Cleary. 1 believe." AN INDIGNANT DENIAL. . . "Did you ever knock a man down on the . street and take his coat?" ' "No, no, no. 1 object to insulting ques tions of that kind." =.'.. "I shall hold that you have no right to continue that line of interrogation,"...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 12 November 1890

MISCELLANEOUS. „„___^~ '.T^B-OMHex *M*-|-W'J-W^ A LITTLE CHAT ABOUT OVERCOATS I It ain't to kill lime, but to thoroughly acquaint you with the Grand Garments that we have waiting to fly on to your manly Tonus. >ow, gentlemen, there's no use of patting it off to buy an OVERCOAT Any linger. The weather Is cold and It's a crreat deal cheaper to buy nn Orercoat than gel a case of, pneumonia. Don't you think so} The styles ire arc showing arc simply great. Everything that's RICH AND NEW! STYLES THAT 'RE ORIBSKAL! Shades That 'Re Jew to the People of Frisco! - AND THE TA.LGR.ftIC! ' Why ron haven't a tailor in all Frisco that can make and finish a garment | like" lh • ones we are show-in**-. Not even at double Ihe prices we are asking. RICH SATIS LININGS, HANDSOME CASSIMERE LININGS. THE NOBBIEST ONES HATE STRAP SEAM 1 ?. That is the Latest Fad on Stylish Overcoats! MAST OF 'EM HATE VELVET COLLARS, SOME INLAID VELVET COLLARS, IN ALL SHAPES AND LENGTHS, such ns THE SWELL ENGLISH TOP COAT...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 12 November 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Una larger circulation limn any other lie,,-,, per . iTl.iiel.f.l In *"■• ■''""''"'■'■ IT lta.lC-.TION o.nri:: 655 KonUtoaieiT street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clorlt Y. M. iil'AM'il OFFICES: 710 Market street near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock mi.ii.i_it: 3*9 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock; 003 Larkln street, open until S :*»0 o'clock; 2518 Missiou street, open until » o'clock r. _„ and 116 Ninth meet, open until **:•»> c- M. srßSCitirTiox rates: daily CALL (lnelndiag Sundays). S«i peryear by mall, postpaid; 15 cents per week, or 85 rents per calendar moutli through carriers. DAILY CALL, five copies, three months. _'. -5. ' SUNDAY Call (twelve pages). *1 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL and WEEKLY CALL. $2 50 per year, post paid. WkKKI.Y CALL (eight pages), $1 -.*• per year, ' postpaid. C.nlis Of ten (sent to one address). $10. Alt'TlON* SAI.KS TO -DAT. ;_l ■iMTfiii:.— By Will. liuttcrlield, at 3-6 Geary at,, at 11 .''.'.'. b_ATHl*_ PItJaDICTIOXS. S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 12 November 1890

IU'SINKSS CHANCFts. S. ■,- .t SALOON: NR.CITV FRONT; 3 ROOMS, ■_Ol). fnriiltnrelnrliiiled: best bargain In city; -■ must sell. REAI.V. loot aiarket st It* _>•">!•! i LADIES, ATTENTION BANCH iiak- ftO '''• er. conlectiouery and soda fountain. Ice- -T.ain plop's ur. Market HEALY. 1004 Markets!.* ' C- 1 "I ill GROCERY AND (All: BEST !.."'.- JN[i)UU. tlou south of Market: long established; tiorse and waaoi i sold at sacrifice; departure to . iottle estate. v.. l. HEALY, 1004 Market St. It* <2*>l/|1" GROCERY AND HAH; ESTAH- • — l''t'. llshed 25 years; 17 rooms; rem *_".'; lease full value: extraordinary- opportuuily. • i 1 EALV, li"' Market -;. It* ' t"/-,"-.("l GROCERY AND BAR, NKATLV FUR- tjlii'c.;. nisbed living rooms: No. 1 location; long tease: Investigate, HE VLV. 1 004 Market. 1* O'i 11)1) GROCERY* AND BAB; GOOD LEASE; _)—*«v/V. reasonable rent: full value la stock and fixtures. HEALY. 1004 Market st It* - Villi! BA! OON-MEN, ATTENTION: THE ._ ,Jtl\l\J. grandest opnort...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 12 November 1890

6 F___BSOK____B. V-7T*Fr<^^I\~WITK,~MKS. ANNIE PAVITZA, " X\ havlna left mv bed and board without cause I hereby notify all dealers that I will not be responsi- ble for any debts Incurred by her. UASPAB PAVITZA. POl2 'it* ACKINO. SIIIPPIXO AND MOVlNii HRSI- -tnre by F. KLEI'TCH. cor. of Geary and Larkln streets. °" ti "'_ 0.-VINl" AMD KNLAIiOINi! — FIRST-CLASS; low prices. Hoc SEW olt ill, photographer. 1 Fourth St., cor. Market. Dol'_ 7t . -I )(,- M AKKET ST.— BEST HORSE-CLI ; - l'iO I latest Improved machine: work i--ii.tr.iii- t.'Cl. no- 7t» SPECIAL XOTICE r ROM THE lll'KLl.N Ai'IAL NOTICE -ROM THE BERLIN Cloak and Suit House to the effect that this Is positively the last week of the treat lire Sale, and that all goods, ii. matter how slightly damaged, will be sold at an Immense sacrifice. We have also the pleasure to Inform our customers and the public generally that wo have purchased tbrotr_h our t astern agents *2 -,0.0 worth of the finest class of Imported cloaks at a disc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 12 November 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD. ■ Golden Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Morton of Alameda. ""^""*W**W"lS_-i '*-PM_K______________i______________l Party en Van Ness Avenue — Oakland En semble Club— The Harbonrne Surprise. McL 'Ugh.in Party— ill Dances. A concert by the yonng ladies of Liver more College, assisted by Miss Werner and Miss Knowles of San Francisco, Mi-is 11c- Closkey, contralto, " Calvary Church, San Francisco, and others, will lie given this evening at Fanners' Union Theater, Liver .- more. Young Men's Institute No. 4 will give its filth anniversary reception at Odd Fel lows' Hall this evenine. No. 3 will give an • entertainment and social at Mission Opera llall. A number of tbe young lady students at Berkeley propose opening a club-house near the University. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schocnwald celebrated the fifteenth anniversary of their marriage on Monday evening at tlieir residence, o_7 McAllister street. Avery agreeable even ing was passed. Mr. Morgan Hill is organizing a new club at San Jos...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 12 November 1890

8 OFFICIAL FIGURES. Returns From the Interior Com ing Along Slowly. Io Material Changes Noted From Ad- Tlces FreYlonsly BeceiTed. Increased Majorities for the Republican Candidates— -Vote for Governor and Congressmen. The following table is necessarily Imper fect from the fact that in a number of in stances pluralities alone, and in others majorities only, are given, unaccompanied by tbe total vote. The figures here presented were partly furnished the Record-Union by tbe clerks of different counties, and partly furnished The Call. The official returns vary but slightly, if any, from the unofficial reports. For Governor. Vote in 1888. c 5 < (9 U P. | g r- V B | ■t c a rct'il MIOC >ut> mterey.. .. ipa* YildA, an«e ir er aiuas O. n» c.; sen Augeies. in- •ipos:i ■na . . . B* or eras. . . l 1.. **: "T.: 1 4.' !l! 10,11 81 Hi 2.0 9; C.Y. I:::: :::: tin .... .... 1... ... 1 1 •• 9,3971 «,216 35 1,333 1 1.345 2,060 2,143 1,383 1,250 l.laul 2,131 1,518 1,187 'i',2B-i "i'.sVo 376 614...

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. — 13 November 1890

ffT;-_3s3-_y3liK^>C^A-^/^/^*^-^^^ fBEATEN BY ITS OWN SHOIMI | S EXAMINER' SXPIC3-TJK.ES. ■__*.: i!*.' Columns €>f Advertisements in Sunday's Papers: 25 ,*. EXAM1NER. .. ....72 <&. Equal -4900 Squares. IB N. rkIKIMCU" . *4. Not 111 it. i. .-.. CAM.. Sl-li- Equal 3025 Squares. '£-, X "■V-/lIITY TH K KXSMINF.It BY 40, CAI,!, BY 40. A [I^s _**". *»'♦%-**•* **-*z*^**^*z*z***— *__*^*-^*^^r*****w*__-*—^*-*^*r**"Z-*z-^-ii£ii] VOLUME LXVII-NO. 163. THE CRISIS PASSED. Transactions in Wall Street. Show a Better. Feeling. Prospects of a Sharp and Rapid Im provement in the Market. ' Suspension of tbe North River Bank—Fail ure of New York Firms— No Fur ther Disasters Anticipated. Epcclal to The Morning Call New York, Nov. 12.— The stock market to-day showed a materially better feeling, both on the street and on the outside, which was a most gratifying indication that not only was tin/worst vow over but that the improvement would be quick and sharp. The action of tlie Clearing-house C...

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. — 13 November 1890

2 A POLITICAL PUZZLE. Will Buckley Still Control the Fire Department 1 ..... --. - . The Buddie Etsnlting Frcm the Election of Fire Commissioner Jackson to the Board of Supervisors. There has been developed within the last few days in this city, as a result of the late election, a question of the most peculiar in terest and one which is likely to have a promt ent bearing upon the local political situation in the future. It is of the utmost impi to each of file two great parties in the struggle for supremacy, and the wiseacres of both organisations are assidu ously scratching their beads and puzzling their brains over it without having been able as yet to anive at any satisfactory con clusion as to the way iv which to dispose or it. The issue at stake is the control of the lire Department, that most potent instru ment hi the bands of the machine politi cian, ond upon the result will depend in a great measure the next n.unici al contest. As is well known the Democracy has for s lxtcen...

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