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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 April 1890

______TgFss CHANCES. ___ tt'vOOO AN or --' ESTABLISHED BUSINESS. s_ ovvtv. occupying 5 stalls tnnrst-claas market; large sales over the counter; 2 wagons constantly supplying large outside route of saloons, restaurants, etc.: biggest business of its kind In .it ; monthly receipts over $3000; clears over $450 a mouth; full Investigation invited. M. LESS. 995 Mark. It* V I •-./ li I WOOD ', '.. OAL YARD: 2 HORSES: «_ IOUU, B wagons; established -- years: clou]. rent; long lease. M. LESS. 99.1 Market st. It* Sil'^'sil BARBER-SHOP: 3 chair s running; *. — till, .loin. good business; owner going East: great bargain: cheap rent. 51. 1 ESS, 995 Marketl* ...,-.,.1 hotel and bar; 60 rooms: •'''''• neatly furnished; splendid bar trade: li. . use lull ■ clearing over $300 a month: mi unusual offer: full trial. M. LESS. 995 Market sL It* ..•-, 1 HOTEL AND BAR; ;i* SPLENDIDLY t_i_l)i)l). furnished rooms: first-class bar and dining-room fixtures; 11.. better location; bouse always full: Al bar tr...

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. — 25 April 1890

6 A LEGEND OF CALVAKT. j *—f »,. ED-BREASTED robin, airily poising H^_p On slender twig of an apple tree, \/^ From a far-away laud, and from long years * " past, You bring me a legend of Calvary. Upon the cross onr Savior was dying, A crown of thorn- on his sacred head, A little brown bird hovered pityingly near him, When some who had loved him forsook him and fled. The small brown bird from the cruel crown A sharp, piercing thorn too- gently away; And the crimson blood from that h-ly brow Changed the somber brown bird to a red-breast gay. GRACE 11188-BD. Ueiitcr, Colo. SWEETHEART AND WIFE -gastgettsiiaiS-S-gßiagr-m i ■ ipi r^-ja-gtsu.a-u—gwx by THE -crnon OF " BLACK BHAMWELI-" fCOXTIXUKD.] "Xo, I would not:" replies Chrissie, warmly and emphatically. "I was poor myself, and why should 1 marry one poorer, to add to his burdens, to incumber him still further? I am not very sentimental, Mr. Wiimot. If a man in a novel loses all his money and his lady-love rejects him, yes; in real lif...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 April 1890

READY FOR BATTLE. Kellilier aud Turner in Fine Fet lie for the Mil!. Peter Jackson Has S-mething to Say About Pugilists — Poachers Who Slaughter Game Oat of Season. This evening the Golden Gate Athletic Club will hold its monthly exhibition. It will consist of a fight to a finish between Charles Turner, the champion colored mid dle-weight pugilist of Stockton, and Denny Kellilier, who was defeated a few months ago by Billy McCarthy at the California Club. Both men are in splendid condition and arc "out" to win. Joe Neve. Turner's trainer, came down from Stockton yesterday morning iv com pany with a number of sports from that city, and stated to his friends that Turner could be looked upon as a sure winner. "He is a Lit heavy this time," said Neye to a Stockton-street friend, "but you can bet that the weight lie carries will only assist II- make him hit all the harder." IS FIXE FIX. Kellilier was never in finer fix than at present and will make a stubborn battle against his clever op...

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. — 25 April 1890

8 OREGON DEMOCRATS. Proceedings of the State Conven tion at Portland, A Free-Trade and Anti-Railroad Platform Unanimously Adopted. Governor Sylvester Pennoyer Renominated. Colonel Robert A. Miller Named (or Congressman. Special by the California Associated Press. Portland, April 24.— The Democratic State Convention is in session here to-day. P. F. d'Arcy of Marion County was se lected temporary Secretary of the conven tion. The following platform was adopted: We congratulate the Democratic parly on the ((goal victories achieved In the late elections In lowa, Ohio and l.liode Island, and In the munici pal elections recently held throughout the Union, and hail the results as the sure destruction of the party championing the cause of special in terest to the privileged classes, aud the advance ment of the Democratic party, which stands for the equal lights of the whole people. We de nounce the fraud by which the people of Moo tans were deprived of their lights of representa tion In the...

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. — 26 April 1890

\THE ACE OF CLUBS."* A Great Russian Novell 2 !THE ACE OF CLUBS."* Great Russian Novel ! 2 a the Y~ (SUNDAY CAL L.'l VOLUME LXVII-NO. 157. THE FIRST OF MAY. Bismarck's Views on the Com ing Demonstration. Satkfled That the Workingmen Will Create Ho Disturbances. The Policy He Would Pursue If He Were Still at the Head of the Govern ment—Labor Troubles. Special by the California Associated Press. New York, April 25.— The Herald cables* an interview with Bismarck from Fried richsruhe, in which lie says, in part: "If I were still a Minister of the Crown I would wish to abstain from all inter ference on the Ist of May, and allow matters to take their natural course, and pursue a policy of observation. If acts contrary to law were attempted I would fight, otherwise I should look on with in difference. "If a laborer chooses to select a day to make merry and walk about in precession 1 should do nothing to prevent him. With repressive legislation it is al ways the same. Outward attempts to pr...

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. — 26 April 1890

2 STOCKTON IS SAD. •»- llts IMl*M*"*-*ei^*-*--*^-W^T"**"^L_ Their Champion Meets With His || First Defeat. Charley Turner Knocked Oat by Denny Kelli her at the Golden Gate Club— A Surprise for the Sports. ' The fistic exhibition given by the Golden Gate Athletic Club last eveniug was more exciting thau any heretofore given under its auspices. The event was a contest to a finish be " tween Denny Kelliher and George Turner, the colored champion middle-weight pugilist of Stockton, who had up to last evening a clean score of victories. The colored boy was so well thought of as a fighter that his friends laid 2 to 1 on him in the pools and even at these figures they swamped all of the money that Kelliher's supporters were willing to wager on their man. Turner, himself, was overconfident, and iit is said that he tapped his wife's bank ac count and placed the money where he thought it would bring him good returns. The pugilists were in splendid condition when they entered the ring, and whi...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 April 1890

REAL ESTATE. Tallies Stiff anil a Strong, Legit i mate Inquiry for Property. Representative Sales During the Week-What Has Been Done in the Anctioc-Eoomi. Church Property in the Market. Without any special sensation In the week's record, the real estate market has witnessed con siderable business. Values are stiff and a strong legitimate Inquiry seems to justify the views of sellers, buyers being shade more Inclined if anything to advance a bit. The auction-rooms bave again been up to their eyes In business, and the favorable nature of the terms there offered has doubtless, In some measure, Interfered with tbe volume of private transactions. Still these. In the present active state of the market, ate far from being limited to what appears on the sur face, aud the nominal considerations still further tend to keep the operations of clients in the dark, Some again, who look on Ibe values ob tained under the hammer for Inside property as slightly fancy, are causing an inquiry for good p...

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. — 26 April 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL c Ita» a larger circulation than any other 1 ' newspaper i>ul>HMi(ml in San Francisco. ] TV CATION OFFICE: ' rrr Montgomery street, near Clay, op™ until 11 , O'clock p. M. UKAMII OFFICES: 710 Market ' Mrcct, near Kcarny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; SS9 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 larkln street, open until 9:30 o'lock, and 2518 aiissloii street, opan until 9 o'clock v. m. BVBBCIUPTION KATES: , DAILY CALL (Including Sundays), *« per year by ! i) ail. postpaid: 16 cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar month tbrunqh carriers. DAILY call. live 1 • cosies i!, i. ■■;:.-. f6 '25. SUNDAY (ALL (twelve ' iages),d so per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL ■ and WEEKLY CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. . V kehly CALL (eight pages), $1 26 per year, post- ' liid. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), $10. AUCTION SAI.KS TO-DAY. lrnsiTi liv.— By Win. ISutterfield, at 808 Illinois „ sci'olrero, at II o'rtocic WEATUKU PREDICTIONS. SinNAL skrvicf, U. S. AKVY,"| Divis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 April 1890

gTS_INKSS_ CHANCES. TNO TOO WANT TO SELL YOUR BUSINESS, Lr or do yon want a partner, no matter what the line may lie it it is respectable and paying reason- ably; I have 200 customers who want to buy a busi- ness as a x\ hole or In part: they have the money, ranging from $400 tip to $0000; they are genuine buyers and In most cases thorough business men ; call ami see me; no commission charged until sale .. is made: I do the largest husiness In my line In this state, and will give you full proof as to my responsi- bility; I am established 23 years. Apply K. KENNY, '22 Kearny at. It VuiilrriX A GOOD CHANCE FOR A MAN WILL- tJpDtJI/. Lie to work; sure to clear $100 per month over all expenses; express business; 3 good horses, Hue wagon ; best stand on Market St.: plenty .da,. one tors alone averages $75 per month; wilt reuiaiu with you until trade i-> secured. Apply K. KENNY", 22 Kearny st. It >7."l "(Wl A FINE INVESTMENT; MILK ROUTE »„ I o "■ ror sale; any one can run it: clearss...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 April 1890

6 LILAC SPRAYS. f A—— __>!!, tbe lilacs are here," sbe cried; "those JmgggM delightful flowers W 1 Born with April's tide and sprinkled t^J' ' with April showers." Sbe held each delicate spray, with Its little hearts of cream, Where coaxlngly tbey lay while she Indulged In a tender dream. A smile or joy, a pout, a frown, a smile or doubt, Made sun and shadow o'er each lilac bloom That crowned her hand, which, tilting, turned about To light and gloom the dewy purple of each plume. "Such perfect tilings. What care be takes— what taste displays! Precious gift be brings— the flowers. I love sweet lilac sprays. He surely loves me— tut, tut, now there I go— Whole bevies of maids may gel as sweet retainers, though I never beard of them. Ob, dear; one such gift as this Is sweet tome. The memories cherished; the bliss OI being remembered by one— mc, whose senses flow About, Is captive made to every gloom arrayed In ruddy patch and sl.lue and shade where'er I go. Pooh! I'm dreaming! What f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 April 1890

FRATERNAL INDEX. A Gift to the Pennsylvania Grand Lodge of Masons. I. 0. 0. F. Memorial Day Proclamation-New Orders C. of the H. C. Consolidated. A Witty and Apt Rejoinder. [In order In secure Insertion all matter In* tended for this column should be Handed in no later than Thursday night of each week, and should be addressed to the '* Fraternal Editor." All communications must bear ihe name and ad dress of me sender; if uot, the matter will uot pc published.] oiilri-il Assessment Table. V! If — o 9 s o g si II IS a. 1-. or ii : A. 1.. Of II A. O. U. TV A. «). V. W.... I'sGnar.F.A'u : »>i kineu'stiuar. F.A'n KtilßhUOl H ->;: ■ Kulßlita of Honor . Kulghtsand L. of 11... Knights and L. of 11... DnliT Uhoscn l'ru'iuis. otiWt Cboseu Friends. 1. i). 11. II I I. O. 11. 11...... Hojal Arcaimni Koyul ' i inaoi End. lien. ! d A.0.1 A. KiicI.Hiii.IM.A.O.K.A. Legion of ■■■'.. & 1"... l'acific Kikl. Li ague . . rarldcKud. League... V. M.'s ;:.-UU!l.' . ... Eqaltabla AM Union.. United ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 April 1890

8 IN TROUBLE AGAIN. Mrs. Terry Has a Fight With a Fresno Attorney. She Strikes I, C. Coldwell in the Face and Kicks His Shins. Ejected From His Office by Force She Threat ens to Go on a Gunning Expedition. Talk of a Marriage ContracL Special by the California Associated Press. Fresno, April _.*>.— At about 12 o'clock to-day Mrs. Terry went to the law office of N. C. Coldwell and soon the two got into an altercation. Finally Coldwell ejected her from the room by force, and in the scuffle she broke the glass in the door and dealt him some vicious blows in the face and ticks on the shins. After her ejectment •he was frantic, and declared she would get a pistol and shoot him down like a dog. "I have a marriage contract with you," she loudly proclaimed, "and I will see that you abide by its terms." Colli well coolly told her to get tier gun as soon as convenient and went downstairs, with Mrs. Terry following close on his heels. He then went home and she in an other direction. It is al...

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. — 27 April 1890

THE MORNING CALL. The Largest, Brightest and Most Reliable of All the Dailies. VOL. LXVII. — NO. 158. LABOR'S GREAT STRUGGLE. Preparations for the Demonstra tion in London. A Mammoth Meeting to Be Held in Hyde Park on May 4th. Radical and Socialist Political Clubs to Join Id the Parade on the First of " the Month. Epeelai by the California Associated Press. London, April 26.— England will celebrate May day on i tie 4ili, following Hie custom of Hie Queen, who makes of tier blitudaya movable ft list, and appoints llie first convenient Saturday lor Its observation. The men on strike will larade on the Ist of May, and bold meetings; but the great demonstration will take place on the following Sunday, lien all the trades can Join In It without losing a day's nay. Preparations are betas made throughout tbe metropolis and suburbs fora great meeting to be lield at Hyde Park. Besides the trade organiza tions and benevolent societies Radical and So* clallat political clubs of all kinds will ...

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

2 SUCCESSFUL OPENING DAY. The Spring Running Races at Sacramento. Collapse of Jon-Jon After Having the All- Ages Contest Well in Hand. Al Farrow Passes Under the Wire First In the Initial Event — Sheridan and Muta Winners— How Pools Sold. Special by the California Associated Press. Bacbamexto, April 20.— Judging from the ciowded condition of tlie hotels llio Slate Agri cultural Society need have little fear but that their iuaiiiural spring running race meeting will he well patronized- While the streets of course are not illicitly packed with people m during the State Fair, the tiillux ol visitors to the city la markedly noticeable. All the leaclliiii horsemen of me State ate here, and although some have no entries in the races they take as much Inter est lv the success of the meeting as if they were engaged knee-deep. All the leading resorts of the city are running full blast. The whirl of the heel of foitu.-ia and the engaging remarks of (he hokey-pokey dealer are most familiar sou...

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. — 27 April 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. THE FIELD OF SPORT. lean and Kolb rutting on the Finishing Touches. Jrofessor Corbett's Opinion of Sullivan— non-Mahan Fight— Trent Fishing-Trap- Sbootinjf— Lawn Tennis. rj™-,HE boom which fisticuffs Save been en /!;? joying in Hits city for the past year Is \|j\ gradually falling Into desuetude. In fact, cJ — '" this city lias bad a surlelt ol pugilistic eu counters and tbe citizens who abhor pugilism bave watte-l patiently lor Its downfall. Lovers of the spurt have grown tired of It. It lias become nauseating to them, and the only hope now left to hold t lie email Interest In pugi lism Is In a match between Sullivan and Jackson. If tills event tails llirougl), then good-by fljtl culls. Kverylhing points to a boom in athletic sport. It Is a manly and gentlemanly pastime, com pared with the degrading pugilistic entertain ments, which only afford pleasure to the un cultivated mind. The graud meeting of athletes on the Olympic Club's new ground on Hay SOU will greatly ...

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. — 27 April 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Tin* a larger circulation than any other newspaper i>ii!ilislnil in San Francisco. rVBLICATION OFFICE rfs Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 erlotlc v. m. BRANCH OFFICBS: 710 Market ttreet.near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight: : : '.' Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 Larkin street, open until 9:SO Clock, aud 2518 lilssion street, opan until 9 o'clock p. m. ■\YEATHKK I'KEDICTKINS. SIi.NU service. (*. S. Army,"* Division" "I the Pacific, > Sax Francisco, April 2«. 1890-5 v. M. ) Synopsis for Use Past Twenty-four Bonn. The barometer Is highest near the month of the Co lumbia River and is lowest in Arizona: the tem perature has generally fallen; the weather has everywhere been Eair. Forecast Till 8 T. M. Saturday. For California— Fair weather; westerly winds; nearly stationary temperature along the coast; Brightly cooler In the interior. lor Oregon and Washington — Fair weather; westerly winds; cooler. J. E. Maxfield. THE CALL'S CALENDA...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 April 1890

, rrrXJEEilt_*i s ' rA ' r K* S^KOOO f**-''^ 0 HKIGHTS RESIDENCE ._ UUUU.iot; 55x137:6; cor. Green s:.. near l.uchanan. G. 11. USIBbEN 4 V o.. 14 Montgomery s '. r _ e i__: ap27 SuTu rh St S % >') 'MlO A "ELL LOCATI D BUSINESS »sr— — .-Ji'U. corner -on Fell st: lot 55x120; room for more buildings. G. U. UMIiSEN & CO., 14 Montgomery st. ap27 SuTuTh 3t •^s I 1 HMO CO& FIRST AND HARRISON : 1 .VW, house of 12 rooms and lot 4R:6x CSB:b; only 53000 cash required. G. H. imiiskn d: CO.. 14" Montgomery si ap27 - Co 1a St V|w".l| NEW COTTAGE OF 4 KOOMS AND 0 lOJU. lot 25xK0; 0:1 the N line of Herri tt st., near 17th and Castro. G. H. UMBSEN .v- CO., 14 Montgomery si ap2" SuTuTh at „,-,,,i 4 LOTS COB. OF 18T1I AND ROSE; «J)«")OUU. Part Lane Tract: level and on the ora.le G, 11. UMBSEN * CO., 14 Montgomery Street. _ ap37 SuTu I h :it ...i,-|,|l LEVEL LOT; 50:11x114: ON THE .-_!""'. north line of Clipper St.. near Church. <;. 11 c.MBSEN i CO.. 14 Montgomery.37 SoTnTh 8 _I Q li.'d H...

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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. — 27 April 1890

6 BCSTNBSS CHAKCEB— COMTTNITED. r^|GAR-STAND. URINKHOUSE 4: CO., COR. \J Sacramento and Battery stj. ap23 7t* FOR SALE-CANDY AND STATIONERY STORK. J 144 Seventh st. ap2l 7t» . TIESTAUR ANT— IS23 MARKET ST.: MOST XV complete of the kind In the city ; suitable for loan and wife, or two partners; rent $20. Apply 00 premises. apl 3 tf (19^11(1 STATIONERY STORE; OLD AND «sii«JUv. profitable stand; great bargain. S. w., 91. Call Branch office. apl 3 ■ C~~)nAM FINE SALOON, CLEARING $309 JJr^UvU. monthly P. K., Box al, Call Itranch Office. »pl3tf • " - (ill staple and profitable manu- . 0 / OUU. lacturlug business. P. X., Box 104, Calx Branch office, aal7tf C'JAAA A VERY DESIRABLE MANUKAC- UUU. turing business. J. 0., Box 104, Call Branch Office. ap!7 tf O/-(W> FINK SALOON: ALONGSIDE LARGE OvuV. factory, with rooms for man and wife, or ' two partners. 130 FosHth st. ap!7 14t* Qf-)^sC\ GROCERY AND WAR; BAGATELLE «!r — OV. tiblc. SW. cor. Hyde st and Broad- way. ap'2'2 7t» "NTEW AND OLD FU...

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

REPUBLICAN VETERANS MEET. Annual Conference or the Army and Navy League. Confidence Expressed in Commander-in-Chief . Salomon— Reports of Officers— A Ban quet in the Evening. - 1 1 c annual meeting of the Army and Navy l; publican League convened at the Alcazar Rulldlnj yesterday morning at 11 o'clock, with Commandei-in-Chli-J Salomon In the chair. A recess was then taken in order to allow the Credentials Committee to report, anil on reas . Bembliug the Chairman read his annual report. Tills was Immediately followed by that of the { Adjutant-General, who showed that there are ' fouiteeu camps In the State aud all are on a ! well-established basis. The Quartermaster-General then stated lhat there is a debt of $250 hanging over the oigmil ' . .11:011 wind. is overdue and provisions were at once made for Us payment, the members present subscribing lite amount. MURRAY'S RESOLUTION'S. Comrade Murray introduced a series of reso lutions to the effect that an organization known a* "Army and...

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

8 VERANDA BLOCK. First Building Erected in San Francisco Under the Fire- Escape Ordinance. A Substantial Fonr • Story ar.d Basement Structure— New Wetter* Hotel. In the many magnificent edifices con structed during tlie past few years the In crease of solidity and costliness has been very mnrkcd, and every new building Is de signed by the architect to excel his previous efforts. The Veranda Block, or New Western Hotel Buiidiug. bring completed at the northeast corner ol Kearny and Washing ton streets, on the site where stood the old building so well known by the former name, is not beliind in the march of archi tectuial progress, and the enterprising owner, Louis Schultz, one of San Fran cisco's capitalists, is to be congratulated In coiitriuutiug to the many large, substantial and artistic buildings for which this city ia famed. The designs and specifications were pre pared by tlie well-known architect, William Mooser, ot 334 Kearny street, who lias exer cised particular care to ma...

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