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

mTSINESS CHANCES. Q 1 ftVl'ft RESTAURANT IN FIRST-CLASS I.iv ■JIUUI;, cation on city front; welt fitted up; tlclng large business : clearing over $175 a mouth: a pcnulnc oiler. M. LESS, 995 Market st, It* ©IC.A RESTAURANT: WELL WORTH $300. «^ lO\I. but must be sold this week. Apply at once. M. LESS, 995 Market St. It* C|'J|:H CORNER SALOON; HOOD LOCATION; «jrGuU. near Market: large stock and tine flx- tii res: an Al business. M. LESS, Has Market It* C'l'/lTi SALOON ON THE CITY FRONT: DO- ■JUUU. lug good business; this is a splendid opportunity for any one desiring a good business: Investigation solicited. M. less, 995 Marketst. It* at! Ann pabtnkb in FIRST-CLASS sa- *3 l\J\J\Jt loon: doing large business: lull in- vosttgatton to right man; a splendid chance to make money. M. LESS, 995 Market st It* l".»)-/\ SALOON, GOOD LOCATION, NEAR — <"'. Kearny: really worth $500; must be avid: sickness cause, M. LESS. 935 Market >t. It* * ll Ii HI OBOCEBY AND BAB ON PRINCI- tj" i IM'W, pa...

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. — 2 May 1890

6 TBE LOST JiIVJEi:. OUT from tangle of bush ana thorn, Seeping and creeping around. From ledge to ledge, crumbling and worn, Silently and softly it wound The" ;ermi> of a stream ; stealing under wall Or'drlpp!' 1 * stone and vine and fern, KeciuUtng force; « each tinkling fall And little curve and abiding turn, Till from a gleaming thread. With burst of son? they rushed along, A brook that Grew auJ spread, With lips ot foam. And arms that springing left behind Tlietr stony bed and Intertwined Each wanderhu beck along Us course And met the channel with new force, Till, with unchecked wave and swelling tide, A river iv it channel deep and wide Flowed proudly between fringes of green And yellow, and rich pasture land and hill. And arid waste and rock-bound rill, And woody bramble and vine and flower. Ob, beautiful river, sing, for tho hour Is near when thy voice will reach no ear, And the white dills sloping aion," thy shore. And thy tree and fern will know thea no more. Oh. river ...

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. — 2 May 1890

HOMESTEAD SERIES. Design for a Beautiful Country Home to Cost £8500. A Description of the External Appearance, How the Interior Shouid Be Furnished. A Novelty in Mantols. Seldom it is that a house, graphic hints of are given in this number, can be con : d and furnished for the total sum of But such is the case, and the whys and wherefores are somewhat concisely as follows: At the vpry start it must be taken for granted that the materials used in the build ing are of the best quality from base to riil^e; indeed, suflicieut money is reserved or apportioned off to easily fulfill this contract i the letter. There need not be any Deglect. i r with ihe amount specified the work could be done by the day. Malting out, then, with the assurance of a splendidly made house, we will examine into the styles and details of the various im portant features. The structure follows no set design, its architectural lives being adapted from many well-known examples. The idea of the architect has been to ...

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. — 2 May 1890

8 ADJOURNED. The Grand Parlor Finishes Its Business. Spirited Contests in the Election of Several of the Officers. ff. B. Miller Chosen to Preside Over tbe Order— The Other Successful Can didates—A Banquet. Special by tbe California Associated Press. Cmco, May I.— Upon reassembling this morning the Grand Parlor adopted resolu tions to the memory of the late J. M. Don ahue. The Committee on Supervision reported upon the payment of sick benefits and funeral expenses. The proposition for election of officers for one year instead of six months was re posted on adversely. ELECTION* OF OFFICERS. The election of officers was then the spe cial order. Dorn, Garoutte and Steinbach TT. IT. Miller, Grand President. were tellers. W. H. Miller was elected Grand President, Robert M. Fitzgerald Grand Vice-President, Henry Lunstedt Secretary, Henry S. Martin Treasurer. Recess. AFTERNOON SESSION. Upon reassembling this afternoon the proceedings were commenced by the nomination for Grand Lecturer of W...

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. — 3 May 1890

VOLUME LXVII— NO. 164. RIOTOUS STRIKERS. A Serious Outbreak Threatened at Tourcoing. A GoTemment Printing-Honse at Barce lona Taken by a Mob. Gladstone's Letter of Advice— Many Labor ing Men at Chicago Quit Work— The Lumber District Deserted. Cpeclal by the California Associated Presj. Paris May 2.— A dispatch from Tour coing, ru extensive manufacturing town in the Department of the North, states that serious trouble has broken out there. The hands employed in twenty-six mills Trent on a strike this morning, and great crowds gathered about the streets. These strikers were scon augmented by 5000 strikers from Houbaix, another manu facturing town. Soon after this all the bands began to show an ugly feeling, which culminated in serious rioting, which was progressing at noon. A dispatch from Tourcoing this evening says that 20,000 strikers are parading the streets aud committing every species of excess. The cavalry charged upon and dis persed a number of groups aud made twenty arrests. ...

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. — 3 May 1890

2 FOR EIGHT HOURS. Three Hundred Planing - Mill Workmen Strike. Csrptnters' Demands Conceded — They Will Not Aid the Strikers Until August Ist — Federated Trades. At noon yesterday about hair of the 700 machine-hands and bench carpenters employed in lie local mill* where sashes, blinds, doors and moldings are made went on strike because their employers, who are members of the Mill owners' Protective Association, refused to adopt tlie eight-hour system. ; The proprietors were not ignorant that a strike 1 Was impending, but they were amazed at tbe suddenness of the movement, which It is evident . bad been decided upon at a secret meeting of the Miilim-h's Union held on Thursday evening. The men walked out wllbout giving a moment's no; Ice io [heir employers and will probably re main out until they have gamed (be reduction ot labor they demand. Iha Mil linen's Protective Association held a ■pedal meeting immediately after the strike at * 830 Due street and unanimously resolved to stand...

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

REAL ESTATE REVIEW The Condition of (he Market Dur ing the Past Week. Prices That Have Been Obtained for Property. Heal Estate Under the Hammer- What Is Being Done in Oakland. Another lively week Is to be noted In real es tale circles. Tbe Inquiry rules strolls and lieallhy In every direction, and buyers are ail vanclug a little more readily to meet sellers' Idea.'. Tub money market keeps easing com foitablyaudtuedeslie to Invest land li favored by i lie long credits Riven. Meantime It U sin cerely to lie hoi that tills speculative purchas ing on tue Installment plan will not be abused by being carried to an unsafe pitch. The healthy balance as between me debit and credit side of the ledger must be well maintained. That Is to ■my, a buidenaome growth ol moitgages without a corresponding Increase In releases is neither wise nor safe. McAfee, Baldwin & Hammond summarize the transactions of the local real estate market from March "-d to April 21st, Inclusive, as follows: Location. ...

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. — 3 May 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL TTn« a lure" circulation than any other i«rii)»pcr published In Sun Francisco. . - PUBLICATION OFFICE: rrs Montgomery street, near Clay, open nntll 11 cclork p. if. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market ftrrct, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight: : : •• Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 Isi Ma street, open until 9:30 o'lock, and 2518 lii&slou street, open until 9 o'clock p. m. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: DAILT CALL (Jiiclntltus Sundays), $t> per year liv trail, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 rents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, five coplesihree months. $6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve r»ges). SI 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL and WEEKLY CALL $2 50 per year, postpaid. ■WEEKLY CALL (elßut pages), $1 25 per year, post .. l&ld. Clubs of ten (sent to one adrtrtss), $10. ATCTION BALES TO-DAY. FnijTrw.-Bj E. S. Spear A Co., at 31 Sutler .M.; .it IP o'clock. ■YYE.WiiEE PREDICTIONS. ■ ' EBoku amtvim, U. S. ARMT-,1 J>ivjsio3» or thk Pacific,...

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

lirsrNEss chances. 1»O YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR BUSINESS, X' or do you want a partner, no matter what the line may be If it is respectable and paying reason- ably; 1 have 200 customers who want to buy a busi- ness as a whole or iii part; they have the money, ranging from $400 up to $90110; they are genuine buyers and In most cases thorough business men; call and see me; no commission charged until sale Is made: I do the largest business in my line in this State, and will give yon full proof as to my r»»ponsi- billtj : 1 am established 23 years. Apply K. KENNY, . I".' hi-ari^v st It ©0,,/!?, PARTNER WAN'IKD IN A FIRST- <jiZOUU. class wholesale manufacturing busi- ness: has the latest improved machinery and a sure business that » ill without doubt clear at least $-100 per month; requires his partner to assist in looking after the hired men, do the collecting, etc.; Inside of 3 years this will he an Immense business; no Rood will asked; the mouey to be invested In the business in order...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 May 1890

6 A MIDNIGHT TRAGEDY. 1. Two lovers lean on the garden gate; The hour is late, 11. At a chamber window her father stands, Aud rubs his hands. 111. For a while he watches them unawares, Then goes downstairs. IV. Be looses the doc f rom his Iron chain— The rest Is plain. V. The moonlight silvers the garden gate; Tin: hour is late. — Somervllle Journal. DIANA'S LOVE STORY. t OFTEN lold Adam that our borne on (lie I" Unlit Mountain was exactly like living on a l|i solitary Island out at tea. We were all sur- Xi rounded with floating wreaths of Jog, which looked lor all the world ltko white-capped waves. . . For weeks at a time nobody came near on, but Ido not mind. Tim doctor* had lold Adam that the restoration of his health depended on bis living lor are* years at Hits high altitude, and what sort of a sister should 1 have been to let linn stay alone in the lime blown cabin, where the smoke from the chaicoal ills ascended night and day, as If the place were an extinct volcano and never...

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

FRATERNAL INDEX. Old Masonic Lodges on Graud Lodge 801 lof Scotland. I. 0. 0. F. Library at St. Lonir, Ko. - Testi monial Benefit to Ba Given by K. of P. and S. of St- G.-R. A. Complimeatcd. [In order to secure insertion all matter in tended frr this column sliould be handed In no later than Thursday night of each week, and should le addressed to the '•Fraternal Editor." All communicatloni must bear the name and ad diess of the sender; If uot, the matter will not be published.] Offlelitl A--> "inmt Ti!il<>. \. i.. or ri - Ij. of II 5..0. V. w iVorkmen'sGuar.K.A'n Knights ol Honor Knights and L. of 11... I 'rdcr Chosen Friend*. I. o. It. B : ! Royal Arcanum r_d. Iten.V'd.jV.O.K.A. Legion of West, S. 8.. Pacihc End. League. . . V. M.'s Institute Equitable Aid Union.. Koyai Argosy fraternal Guild j « O o _ _ IS- _;■» ™__ _ _ IS *• =■_ go 8 ii V. . _ ' «• : _ : tr 178 Apr. 1 Slav 15 177-178 Mai l|Juuel-15 11-12-13 May 1-8 May 38 6-7 May 1 May 28 277-278 May 1 May 31 269-270 May...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 May 1890

8 DOWN TO ETERNITY. Swift and Mysterious Death of Two Miners. in Actor Goes to Jail h, Be Cured of tbe Opium Habit Ibe Life Schwarzkopf, tbe Suicide, Led In Ta coa;a—Closing Scenes of tbe Native Sons' Session at Cbico. Bpectal by the California Asioclattd Frets. Bctte (Mont.), May 2.— John Oates and Greg ery Squires, miners at the Alice mine, were killed in another case accident this afternoon. Tncy had been putting In a station with some outers at the 1300 level, and bad occasion to as cend on a cage to the 1200 level, with a couple or guides with timbers about ilx feet long. How It occurred will never be Known, its a couple of ■eeonds later some kludllng wood and tbe bodies of the two men fell on the etagtuc lv the shaft they had just left, and the miners were killed by [be fall. The sides of the shaft half-way between the two levels showed that tome hard substance had struck against them, and the irou floor of the cage bore marks of Indentation. The presump tion Is that one of th...

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. — 4 May 1890

THE MORNING CALL. The Largest, Brightest and Most Reliable of All the Dailies. VOL. LXVII.-NO. 165. LABORS DEMAND FOR RECOGNITION The Workingmcn of London to Hold a Muss-Meeting in Hyde Park. BARCELONA OVERRUN BY MOBS. German Employers to Form a Pro tective Society — The Situation in the United States— Strikes Com promised and Inaugurated in Chicago — New York Carpenters Succeed in Their Fight. Epeclal by the California ASbOolateJ Tress. Lonpov, May 3 — To-morrow there will be > demonstiatiou at Hyde Park in favor of eight hours as a lceal working day. The manifesto calling the meeting sets foitb that all Intelligent woik'mg peo ple are convinced of tbe necessity of limiting tbewoiking day to eitht hours. They know tbi> can ouly be dove effectively by legislation, as tbe masters always take back at tue earliest opportunity any concession! they have been forced to give by the mere ccuibiuutiou of work ers. The manlfe«to Is authenticated by the signa tures of responsible repiese...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 May 1890

2 LAST DAY OF THE RUNNING RACES. Close Of the Sprlii;? Meeting of the Stnte Agricultural Society. VERY SUSPICIOUS POOLING. The Judges Detect a Job in the First Event and Endeavor to Stop It— The Weight of the Water Told — Hydraulic Mining Carried on in Out-of-the-Way Places. Special by the California Associated Press. B itAMEXTO, May California will be more Strongly represented this year in the East Id the ruuulug events than In any preceding season. '1 lie list of California stables that will spurt silk OH Hie Eastern tracks will be as follows: Hag- Rli''s, Hearst's, Baldwin's. Winters', Undine • stable, Rose's. W. H. I-:. Smltb's, Kelly & Sam uels', Ashe's, Uaziell's (Golden Gate stable), Orange Grove stables, and indirectly Palo Alto, through the Hose and Undine representatives. VI these. Hie Baldwin, liaggin, He..rst, and Ashe strings are alieady East, and me Hose sta ble is now on the way The leading stables have gone EaM direct, while toe tamer ones will take m Denver, and...

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. — 4 May 1890

SDNDAY EDITION. THE FIELD OF SPORT. Alpine Club Games mid Sheffield Handicaps. John L. Snllivaa'i B:g Spree-Killing Deer Out of Season— Coursing at Newark. Empty Fishing Basketi. BfPi HERE Is a boom in athletic sports which /j.'^KivM promise of conliuuaoce during the Xlj\ summer mouths. I'iofessioual and ama "-** leur athletes are training daily for coming events. The races to-day at the Bay District and Central Park tracks will be well patronized. The livid day names of the Berkeley University and the championship meeting on May 30th should certainly bring athletic pastimes into jnomlnence. Pugilism is practically on the wane. Sportlng- ' men who went wild over a boxing match a year ago display very little inteiest In the sport now- The pations of the ring are anxious to see Sul* liv.in am) Jackson fight, but the former has been drinking so heavily of late that His friends fear thai he will Lever be able to settle down to a course of training. Anglers are trying to amuse themselves...

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. — 4 May 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL. Has a larger circulation than any other newspaper pnnli short In San Francisco. • PIBI.ICATIOX OFFICE : ' rTB Montgomery street, near CUT, open until 11 nock r. m. KRa>CH OFFICES: 710 Market urert, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; I r:-i> Hayes street, open until 8:30 o'clock* 603 ' I :iikln street, open until 9:30 Clock, and 2518 Jlisslou street, opan until 9 o'clock p. m. SUBSCRIPTION KATES:-' DAILY CALL '(lncluding Sundays), $« per year ny trail, postpaid; 15 cents per week, or 85 cents per calendar month tliroiißh carriers. DAILY CALL, fire rcpu-slhree months. $<i -3 SUNDAY CALL (twelve l»pcM. SI 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL aid WEEKLY CALL *2 60 per year, postpaid. V KEKLY CALL (eight pages), fi. 25 per year, posl • K:.jU. Clubs of ten (sent to one adrirtss), $lv. WEATHER PREDICTIONS. Signal Skrvick, U. S. Abut,) Division op thk in.-, V San- Fraxcisco, May 3, ISBO— 5 p. v.) Eynopsia for the Past T»T«-uty-four Hours. 1 !>e barome...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 May 1890

CITY - REAL ESTATE. «r"*^Ql (i OnTT Howard" st!, near sth- " 3 *" A V; V ' V '"- houses and lot 60x85; rents $90. U. 11. IMBSEN & CO.. 14 Moiitgomery 1 4 SuTuTh 3t " Cill 111 111 PACIFIC HEIGHTS RESIDENCE <^ I I.UUU.iot; 65x127:81,4: on Jackson St., near Fillmore. li. H. UMBSEN &- CO.. 14 Mont- gomery r.-et. my 4 SuTuTh 3t < *i\(\ OHO DOUBLE HOUSE AND LOT: .'.-- -«3) IU.UUU. 85:6: on Lea list., nr. Geary; rents $75; part caiii. G. 11. UMBSEN A CO., 14 Jloiitgoiner.vst. iny4 SuTuTh 3t ' <£ I( I t\(\(\ USE RESIDENCE OF 7 ROOMS 0 IU.OUU. and bath: stone sidewalks: lot '.'.".x 100: part cash; Ellis st, near Buchanan. G. H. CMHiSEN & CO.. 14 Montgomery st.my 4 SuTu 1 h 3t - C'OIVAA BAY-WINDOW HOUSE IN 3 FLATS; ' tfi/UUU. bay-windows; stone sidowalKS: laun- <lry: rents $75; lot 25x137:6: on N. line of Post, Hear Fllliuora. G. 11. UIIBSEN * CO.. 14 Montgom- ery , t . III; 4 SuTuTh 31 C* r i U\ l\ GUERRERO. NEAR 22D; HOUSE OF 6 roomsand bath: all modern Improve- ment...

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. — 4 May 1890

6 HOUSES TO IJBC. • BOUSES AND FLATS TO LET BY W. H. CRIM * CO.. 428 Montgomery st. 131 Grove st, near Van Ness aye.— Handsome new bouse: 12 rooms a:id bath; $ti2 50. 708 Capp— 9 rooms; bath, laundry, large cellar, etc : $35. 2422 Mission— 2 Bats; 5 rooms and bath; $19 each. 1132 Twenty-second— Lower flat; 4 rooms; bath; »17 60. 24 Natoma— Top flat: 4 rooms; $14. 290 Twenty-second, near Harrison; 3 rooms. SS'.. Tehama— Fiat: 4 rooms: $12. 174 Clementina, off Third-Flat; 3 rooms; $10. 620 Geary— Front upper flat; 2 rooms: $10. 1044 Ury.int— House of 3 rooms: $10. 705 Tennessee (Potrero)— Flat; 4 rooms; $10. 68 Teliania--Ui.per flat: 3 rooms: $10. It KISIS REDUCED— THK YON SCHRODER Block, 2-story house* of 9 rooms, bath, laundry, etc., on Howard St., between Twenty-second and Twenty-third. . Hats of 6, 7 and 8 rooms and bath each, on Capp •tree:. The above property has just been finished and is now ready for occupancy, and the RENTS HAVE BEEN REDUCED. They are positively the most comp...

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. — 4 May 1890

OPPOSED TO PUBLICITY. A Star Chamber Meoling of the Hillmen's Association. An Offer of Compromise Prspoied to the Strik ers—More Molders Cornice— Non- Unicnists Serenaded. Affairs at the piatiing-mills were In a very tin settled condition yesterday. Very few of ihe strikers returned to work, and those who re in.lined out spent their time around the shops in which they had been employed. Some of them appeared to be anxious to go back to work; but the majority evinced no de- Eire to go back to- their benches. At an early liour in the illumine a meet lug was held In the ( oast seamen's Hall on Bait street, at which many members condemned the carpenters for withdrawing their support, which they had promised the iniiimeu in the event of a strike. President Floyd of the Carpenters' Union was present when the meeting was called to order. It was his intention to tell the strikers why the carpenters had decided to oppose a strike until August Ist, but he decided to desist when he beard a mot...

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. — 4 May 1890

8 NEWS FROM ACROSS THE BAY. Eiben Boy's Remarkable Escape From Death. Laidlaw Gone to Spokane falls — Baptist Chnrches United— Brave Cadet McGruder of lbe Cruiser Charleston. Conductor Morris' train on lbe East Berkeley ocal road struck and wrecked a butcher- wagon •inven by Elbeu Roy yesterday morning. Al hough the wagou wai reduced to kindling-wood .Ddaiaige load of meat was scattered about, neither Hoy nor the horse was seriously Injured, llbough lhe driver's clolbes were lorn off Ills <iody aud lhe horse was ml;-p -d of Its harness. The accident occu i red between Shell Mound aud Golden Gate, at the place where the train* pass ■•acli oiliei on the double Hack. Tbe driver bad pulled up his home toalljw the west bound train o pass, but did not notice tbe approach of the ; rain from the fier on the other side, and drove ilircetly in fionl of it. Fortunately (or him the ngiue struck the rear end of the wagon. Be yond a slight biulse to bis light hip Koy is uuln iued. Mrs. EmmaC. ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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