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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 April 1890

• :fy *■-' BUBTN-EEH .CltAjicES',' ' °'*.'- ! '"'" '• 1;90J)0 PARTNER WANTED- TO ASSIST IN . ■ — '"■''•l ..iter 1 1, - hired help. etc. In a' . tirSt-i hotel of 1211 rooms*, location across . the hay: always bill of first-class people; estab- .• lislied nearly 1". years: the present owner has . cleared nearly $30,000-10 .tiieMaiC live years; you . .wMI find him one of the' best-kiibwiimen In tha state and popular aiid respected by all; no previous :• ClseriAnce required, bet hiust be of steady habits .. id— — business. Apple li. ."BEN N'V. 22 Kearny st. ';,"_.. ..* . ; - = ■' it ■ •..'***•" "aOn FAR B WANTEDyTO .' Hit; OR- •; v»ivl ■'• der. iv the store and assist In looking af. .-, ter general dotal In a pmin cash- business in this ■■' city: csiai.llshetl B.ye-rJ: clearing at' least from . . *200 to $:wo per montb; youcautrj it for 2 weeks ." Colore buying: no night nor Sunday work; no pre- •vloii3 eaienence essin as sour partner will 'teach you tii bus lucss. Apply:. K. KENNY, 22 ...

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. — 3 April 1890

6 THE SUFFERING MOI'IIKK. OGOD! knowest thou a woman's woe When on a bed of pain she lies. While her sweet babe she loveth so Is yearning for her ministries t Dost thou behold those silent tear- That through the night unbidden flow? A suffering mother's hopes and fears Dost thou, O loving Father, snow? nearest thou those prayers that rise and break Like sobbing waves along the shore. These tender pleadings for the sake , Of that dear helpless babe she bore? O God of pity 1 more than we Thon -inowesi, -arest, and dost feel; *Tls not in vain the sen! to thee In sorrow and la prayer doth kneel. Thine arms are strong and they do bear The mother ami her babe above. Beyond the reach of pain and care, To realms of peace and Joy and love. And there no tears shall dim the eye. Air wounds d.i heal, however deep; Bow sweet upon his breast to lie! Be giveth his beloved sleep. O. W. Crofts. Chicago Inter Ocean. VIOLET'S LOVERS. [Continued.] ■¥f_tTf*E talked so calmly and was so much i_i-srf|iini...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 April 1890

ACROSS THE BAY. A .Conference in Session of Bap list Bible-Readers. Kashers Warned by "White Caps"— The Durant School Addition— Work Resumed on the Cable Koad— Memorial Day. The Baptist Bible-readers' Conference opened at the First Baptist Church yester __ v. Rev. Dr. Frost presiding. In the fore noon, Bey. Dr. Pendleton of Los Angeles delivered an address upon "The Lord's Word." As the doctor was a little late in arriving. Dr. Frost asked the question," For what purpose have you come to this Bible renders'. Conference?" which was briefly answered by those present. Dr. Pendleton in his address called attention to the fact that when the nineteenth century began the dis tribution of the Bible was 5,500,000 in twenty-seven ; different languages, but that In the first ninety years of the century it has reached 1.070,000.000 in 235 translations by forty different societies. Rev. Daniel Read, LL.D., delivered an address during the afternoon on "The Lord's Day," and in the evening Rev. Dr....

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 April 1890

8 A DOUBLE TRAGEDY. Warder by and Suicide of a Washington Youth. V •£ • -He Deliberately Shoots a Young Girl and Then Kills Himself. . . . • Their Bodies Found Lying by the Roadside by the Unfortunate Girl's Mother. _fo Cause for the Act. Special, toy Uie California Associated Press. • Walla Walla, April The bodies of Henry Sanders and Miss Delia Edington, a boy and girl, aged 19 and 17 years, were " fcund dead on the Jasper Mountain, Colum bia County, on Monday night. The families ,of both' are close neighbors and Sanders worked, for Edington. The boy was sent on an erf and and on his return met the girl, who was returning from school, He asked her, jokingly, how many whippings she had ' received that day. The couple then walked down the road, chatting pleasantly. The mother of the girl, finding she was delayed, •• started down the road after her daughter. and half a mile distant came upon both . bodies.' The girl was tying on her face, the ' ground around her soaked with blood. In...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 April 1890

VOLUME LXVII— NO. 135. A CLEVER RUSE. A Daring Scheme to Rob. a Chicago Jeweler. I Clerk Assaulted While Showing Some Diamonds at the Palmer House. -.'-■.- , lie Is Decoyed to One cf the Rooms' and • Knocked Down— His Assailant. Landed ln Prison. . * Special by the California Associate- Press. Chicago, April 3.— Sunday night a man giving the name of It. A. Allen registered at the Palmer House and went away. He did not show up again until to-day, when he sent several notes to different jewelers, among whom was Hyuian, Berg & Co., re questing thtm to send to his room some diamond rings and pins, saying _ that he would leave to-night for Louisville and that lie had sprained his ankle. He said he wanted a ring to cost $125 and a pin not to exceed $65. ._ -' . The firm became suspicious upon reading ihe note, and sent over to the hotel a clerk named William A. Bigler, who talked with Allen. He claimed that lie wanted the ring and pin for a present to a party at Louis ville. The clerk...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 April 1890

2 LEASE OR LICENSE. Prison •. Directors Crawling 2. Through a Small Hole. Thai Campaign Quarry Must Be Worked. ■-■■■-...- The Struggle to Fill the Waterman "Sack" Goes On. Director Fat Keddy Doe's Seme Expert Jug glinir With the Law-Sealed Bids and Fair . y" Competition Not Wanted— State Loss. Yesterday's meeting of the State Board oi Prison. Directors at San Quentin was an harmonious one. PS_K In fact, it was as smooth and unruffled as preconcerted action upon the part of the Directors could make it. ____________ But grave doubts and a severe uncertainty filled the minds of the contractors during the business thai came up previous to the question of letting the privileges at the San Qu__ tin quarries. - Daniel Sheerin was therewith a bland and confident smile, but bad taken the pre caution to fetch along bis attorney, XV. W. Foote_'wbo did the talking when the time came. The latter earned his fee and left do -doubt as to the determination of the little bosses— Crimmins and Kelly— t...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 April 1890

THE WOMAN'S COLUMN. A Calm Review of H. G. Plait's Lecture on .."omen and Law. '. Women as -Hospital Nurses — The Work of Women in Hi form— Olive Thorns Miller en Co-Eiucation— Eastern Notes. The Woman's Column of TnE Morning Call is opeu 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. MR. HORACE G. ri_ATT. Some Comments Upon Ilia Recent Lecture mi Women aud the Law. Editor Woman's Column, Homing Call: A few weeks ago Attorney Horace G. Piatt lectured before the San Francisco Women's Educational and Industrial Union on the subject, "Women and Law," and the report as given lv the papers is well calculated to set one thinking. As reported, he first expressed himself opposed to woman suffrage, can see no rea son why women should- wish to vote, and declares that women with the ballot could accomplish no more than men are doing for them. "Women cannot ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 April 1890

4 'y THE. MORNING CALL*. y'X. • »_7_» » iflrger Circulation titan any other ■. newspaper published in .S::n c F_*ancisco. , ° * • • '" TPI'BLICATIOX JO-'FICE : V o e ° --' ITS MO-tt-omcrj* street, Bear Clay, open. tin.tl 11 -took r. _. imANCH 'OFFJCES: ■ 710 Market .Ir.et, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock Mldnlglr.; --_29 Haven street. open until 9:30 o'clock. 003 ._ Larklu street, open until 'Or'tO* -'lock, and 2518 ' ______ street, op.n until 9 o'clock p. m. " : : -■ *Sl ■ISIJ'TN.N .BATES:" % \ DAILY .'all (Including:' Sundays), $c peryenr Toy „ _>!. postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 05 cent, per calendar month through carriers. PAII.Y call, live copies three months. $6' 2S..SUNDAY CALL twelve japes), 91 60 per yc.ir, postpaid.' SUNDAY CALL* ai.d "WEEKLY (ALL '-§•} 80 -per year, postpaid. WEEKLY CALL (eight pages), $1 --'5 per year, ii._ l___ Clubs il ten (sent to on.c ai__r___). $10. . . - AUCTION BALKS DAY. , 1 ■i-rsi-i -. ur.-liy Okas. Levy.* at fin California St.. at 10 o'c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 April 1890

BI'SINESS CI-AN'CF.S." '. © ir.l) PARTNER WANTED IN WOOD AND '•"'. coal business; old established: man can draw »125 to $150 per mo. M. LESS, 995 Market. * Q9nnn '• „AY SALOON, MARKET ST., DOING -_ —^'t'U. a large business; Las long lease; cheap rent; a bargain. M. LESS. 995 Market st it* £■('",« CANDY, STATIONERY. SODA FOCN- «. UUU. Uln and el.ar stand; 3 living rooms; splendid business. M. LESS. 935 Market st. lt* s *>ilWl SALOON NEAR MARKET ST.; DO- «B.-_IUU. ing a business of $1000 a month: has a large stock and fixtures: cbeap reut and loug lease. M. LESS, 995 Marketst. It- •S_lC_n7l FIRST-CLASS SALOON ON THE »X*J.O"U. best part of Kearny St. ; l.s handsomely fitted up: nas office and car.'. -room; this Is an old. established and paying business, and will repay m- vestigation. Apply M. less, 995 Markets;. If* ImTTvTi BUTTER, EGGS, CHEESE AND l'RO- .*.''■''. duce; doing a good business: must lie sold at once. M. LESS. 995 Market St. It* -_Tl.lin WOOD AND COAL YARD; OLD ES- &l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 April 1890

6 OOOJD. FRIDAY. - a - O-DAY the Savior died, suffered the crucl _-_!___ fled ' U»*B Yet could his falling eyes see the repent ant's tear, Saying: "In Paradise thou shalt with me appear." "Father forgive 1" he prayed, such blessed words he said, " They know not what they do." This ln the face ot death, . This tor bis enemies, asked with bis latest breath. Vet do bis children now torn from bis face and bow. Hot to this lowly one, down to strange gods beside. And, ln their lust and pride, still is be crucified. How long will tbey profane bis pure and sacred name? - -.lacing bis holy sign, his emblems so divine, ' In midst of mockery on each unhallowed shrine? "I thirst!" " To each poor heart, struck by some poisoned dart. Treading the narrow way, ready to faint and fall. To the parched llpi that cry, earth gives her bitter gall. Oh, let ns kneel to-day, kneel In the dost and pray, Close to bis bleeding feet, seeking our soul's relief In deep, repentant grief, c'en like the dying thief...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 April 1890

THE FIRST SHUT-OUT. Tiie Sacramentos Whitewashed by the Colonels. _l)b Was a Perils to the Interior Men and • Harper Could Net Control the Ball. The Players. Bad luck is following in the wake of the Sacramento club, and the players are dis appointed over their failure to wiu one out of the first three games played this season. They were again downed by the Oakland team yesterday, and in addition to defeat suffered the humiliation of a whitewash. They played a strong game, nevertheless, and cau attribute their defeat more to weak ness in the box than to any deficiency. There were about 1500 people in attend ance, and those who were present half an hour before game began witnessed the hoist ing of Oakland's championship banner. Tne Colonels were attired in black jersey suits, with white trimmings, and white- Striped hose and caps. They presented a .pie appearance in their novel dress, and the muscular young men all appeared to be in first-class condition for a season's strug gle. - Th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 April 1890

8 SHOCKING TRAGEDY. A Helena, Mont,, Rival of .;■ "Jack the Ripper." The Sickening Sight Presented In the Honse of Julia Dowd. The Woman's Body Found Lying on the Floor Literally Hacked to Pieces— Chinese Arrested for tbe Crime. Special by the California Associated Press. Helena, April 3.— This city was thrown into a state of excitement this morning by the news of a murder which lacks little of Ning as atrocious and horrible as the re puted deeds of "Jack the Kipper." At 5 o'clock tbis morning two men entered the house of Julia Dowd, or Julia Gilford, and found the nude body of the woman lying In the reception-room with a dozen cuts on her head and body, each sufficient to have caused death. A trail of blood led from the bed-room to the spot where the body was lying, and a pool of blood, cov ering half the bed, was found, and Indi cated the struggle she gave. In the new fall of snow tracks were seen leading to a den on Bridge street. A pair of Chinese shoes half filled with blood we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 April 1890

VOLUME LXVII— NO. 136. A RELAPSE. The Czar Prostrated With Influ enza. The Imperial Family Vacates Gatschlna Upon the Finding of Explosives. Oil-Fields ln the Northwest Territory to Be Thoroughly Examined by Amer ican Eiperts. EpecUl by the California Associated Press. London, April A— The latest dispatches received here of the condition of the Czar state that he Is suffering a relapse from in fluenza and has been compelled to postpone the audiences he had arranged for. The po lice having discovered explosives in the neighborhood of the palace at G;itschlna, the imperial family has renounced its inten tion of spending the end of Lent there. .s Berlin, April 4.— lt is stated here that *the Czar was recently warned to abandon fills proposed excursion to Poland, Accord ingly there was a change in pi ' V It was subsequently discovered thai a plot was formed to wreck his train. Several persons supposed to be implicated ere arrested. . PREFERRED THE GERMANS, Stanley Talks About Emm Pasha'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 April 1890

2 EASTER SERVICES. How the Christian Festival Will Be Celebrated. Beautiful Musical Programmes Prepared for the Impressive Ceremonies in the City : Churches— The' Choirs. The churches of this city have made ar rangements for elaborate services in honor of Faster Sunday, and special care has been taken to have beautiful musical.accompani ments so that the ceremonies may be in keeping with the great and joyful Christian festival. J". *I " = All churches unite in their glorias on this occasion of spiritual joy in commemoration of the resurrection of Him who came among men to save thorn, and arose in glorious immortality from the tomb near Jerusalem almost nineteen centuries ago. ° .. At St. ' Joseph's Church, Tenth street, on ■ Easter Sunday solemn high mass will be -"celebrated at 10:30 o'clock in the morning. ..Maestro Alary's celebrated mass will be "rendered. Also "Gloria in Excelsis," solos with chorus; "Laudainus," soprauo solo, by Miss Fanny Denney; "D.imine Deus," trio by Miss ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 April 1890

SOMETHING TO EAT. .That Was to Be Had in the Mar kets During Holy Week. Meat 52.1-J Re-aced and Fish in Gr*at Da m.rd-E.w to Cook __a?es. Tripe, Trotters end Brains. "It's all here," said the jolly butcher; "my display of meats is just as complete as ever, but during this week the sales have been altogether too light to suit me. Mut ton has become a little cheaper, and a prime leg can now be bought. at 10 cents a pound. Spring lamb runs Irom a bit a pound to 15 and _. cents tor the choicest portions. Beef does not change much in price; porterhouse steaks run rom 13 to 20 cents a pound, a good tenderloin steak is worth about as much, and inferior portions of the animal, such as the coarser steaks and neck, are from 10 cents a pound to a bit." AT TUE PORK _______ "Eastern pork," said the pork butcher, pointing to some remarkably white and solid-looking specimens which lay on his slab, "is 15 cents a pound; so is California pork, but the preference is still for the Eastern. You see in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 April 1890

4 .-" r " THE MORNING CALL -_Tn.i ** larjjer circulation than any other ; .newspaper published In San Francisco. 'mtLICATION OFFICE: .."*-. Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 t-.T__- p. .v. HKAHCH OFFICES: 710 Market ,-.'__- et, near Kearny, open until 19 o'clock nildnlglit; :.:v. Hayes Hurt, open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 larkln street, open until 8:30 o'lock, -'.id 2518 j i. i.-ion street, opon until 9 o'clock •-*:" SUBSCRIPTION RATES: . TAII.V call (Including Sundays), 9 6 per year by '-. If ail, postpaid; 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per '•calendar through carriers. daily CALL. five . copies three months. 98 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve .latest, »i 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL .0,1 WEEKLY CALL $2 .-.0 per year, postpaid. ' ' v. ■Ehi.v CALL (eight pages), 5-1 25 per year, post* raid. Clubs of in, (sent to one addrtss), *10. AUCTION SALES TO-DAY. • -.'_; Fr-.N-iTrK_._-By Geo. F. I____so__at 1821 Mason st.. a; 11 o'clock. WEATHER PREDICTIONS. • _ Si--ai. B_-_-*u 1, V. B. ...

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

-". CITSINKSS C_____W_BB- -• _.l_<! CITY-FRONT SALOON;" A* GENUINE iji Ox), bargain. FLETCHER. i Eddy st It* QilAO PARTNER IN FINE REAL ESTATE -t-v —- -" I '. business; clears $90 each per month: no experience required. FLETCHER. 1 1.d.1v st 1* (ft l"|l CORNER GROCERY AND BAR A SACRI- «7" 1«..'- te,-. FLEICHER. 1 Eddy St. It* C-l-ll GENERAL VARIETY. STATIONERY _> 1 OXJ. a.Mi cigar store. FLETCHER, 1 Eddy at* C' v .-.1l F'OUBTiI Sl'. CIGAR-STORE: GOOD (3>_JV.. paying place. FLETCHBii. 1 Eddy st. » m j i -„ OOFPEK AND CROP HOUSE; GENUINE <gIOU InvestmeiiL it I I Klll-.K. 1 Eddy st * inn BRANCH BAKERY AND ; CANDY- Cll" 1 store: a bargain. PLFrrCHER. 1 Eddy.* SALOON-MUST RE SOLD-. MAKE OFFER. Cigar-store. 213 Montgomery are. aps 21* C. GOOD BUSINESS: GOOD LOCA Han; cheap. 717 Mission st. aps 2t* _- »/-(- LODGING HOUSE, 21 BOOMS: GOING tJtOxJXJ, East 545 Mission st. * aps 21* VI' ANTED— TO BUY A GROCERY AND BAR; '1 stale price anil location. Address G. P., Box 101. C..1.1. I....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 April 1890

6 A, I'OEai POSTPONED. Ik "WANT to tell yon about my kitten. ** The prettiest kitten that ever purred, /.But I've looked my speller through and through, [G And I can't discover a single word That rhymes with kitten, Excepting mitten— And that's too old and too absurd, Fo the only thing for me to do Is just to send you what I've written, And wait till she grows to be a cat- There ate ever so many to rhyme with that. Helen C. Waldkn, in St. Nicholas for April. LADY TAMAR'S APPEAL. fCOXTIXUKD.] I'lT is superb!" she exclaimed. "May I i try it on? It looks so well on your 4 hand—" ~S "That it must be perfection on yours," he Interrupted, gallantly, as he removed the gem.' "Thanks." laughed the actress. "I could live on compliments and jewelry! lieally, it Is exquisite," she continued, placing it ou her tiny hand, and moving the latter so as to cause the gems to flash. "I must get one like it; the style of setting is unique. I positively could turn thief for such a jewel." "I would not ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 April 1890

FRATERNAL INDEX. Discovery of the Oldest English Masonic Lodge Minutes. - _. ■• -fames of Revisers of the Present 1. 0. 0. F. Bitual— N.w Circles of the C. of the F. Forming— Picnic of the S. of St. G. [in order to secure insertion all matter In tended for tins column should be handed in no later than Thursday night of each week, and sliould I* addressed tome Fraternal Editor." All communications must bear the name and ad ■ ' -,■-- ..I tno seuder; II not, ilia matter will not be published.] . < > iii .i.l Assessment Table. ■ z II - » li • ? I s o *■• ■ c 4 if is Kami. V 1.. ..I 17411 \. 1., of II : 17.V17H . AO.C. W I 8-l'-10t. ".ar.F.A'm 5 . i ol H0n0r... . . . 275-276 Knights and L. of i 1... 267-268 drder Chosen Friends. 170 1. ii. li. i, . 7-8 Koyal Arcanum 183 . Kuyal ArcßiiiMii 134 . Kud.Ben.F'd.A.O.F.A. 164 : End. Ben.K'il.A.O.K.A. 1B5I: Lesion of West. S. 15.. 13 l'Hilfic Kml. League... 4 v. M.'a Institute 20 Champions Red rross. •_' tqnltable Aid I nlon.. IG6-167 : Vn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 5 April 1890

8 THE TUNNEL CAVED. Four . Workingmen at Santa y ; Panla Buried Alive. Three Killed and the Other Taken Out in a Dying Condition. 1 Freight Brakeman Thrown From a Car and Crushed to Death— The Striking Quarrymen Confident of Ylctory. Special by the Caiirornla Associated Press. Santa Paula, April 4.— An explosion occurred in the oil tunnel at Adams Can yon this morning, seriously injuring Alex Farreil, John Brouty and M. Franklin. H. Hardison, E. H. Ome, S. W. Young and a man named White entered the tunnel this afternoon to repair the electric wires there. Another explosion occurred, causing a cave, at 3:30 o'clock, burying all four men. The town is wild with excitement and the telephone office is crowded with anxious in quirers for the latest news from the scene of the disaster. The work of excavation was at once com menced. Orme, beiug the nearest the en trance to the tunnel, was soon takea out. and was found to bo fatally injured. The news soon spread out to the town, and the enti...

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