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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 7 May 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO. 168. SCORES OF LIVES LOST. Destruction of tbe Longue Pointe Insane Asylum Near l Montreal. FETTERED LUNATICS PERISH. Appalling Scenes Witnessed by Fire men Who Were Helpless to Ren der any Assistance — Seven Nuns Numbered Among the Victims. Description of the Premises — A Total Loss. trial by t_e California Associated Press. Montreal, May 6.— The Longue Pointe Insane Asylum caught fire about 11:30 o'clock this morning, and at 2 o'clock the building was a mass of flames. The fire apparatus at the asylum was utterly inade quate and several steamers have been for warded from here on a special train. Hun dreds of lunatics, male and female, were grouped together iv the asylum grouuds in a gibbering and frenzied condition. The nuns made every effort to control them and allay their fears, and as rapidly as possible the poor creatures were removed to places of shelter in the neighborhood. A few minutes past - o'clock a detachment of the Montreal Fire Brigade arrived on the ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 7 May 1890

2 BANQUETING BUSINESS MEN. Dinner Given on tbe Fortieth An niversary of the Chamber of Commerce. A VERY NOTABLE ASSEMBLAGE The Army and' Navy Represented. Responses to Toasts to the Com merce and Industries of a Great American City— What Was Said and What Was Eaten. There were 135 of San Francisco's repre sentative men present at the annual ban quet of the Chamber of Commerce which was given at the Palace Hotel last night. The event was in many respects one of the most important of the year in commer cial circles, and a liner-looking body of gen tlemen never, perhaps, assembled in this city. Among those present were a number of officers of the army and navy, including General Nelson A. Miles, Rear-Admirala Brown and Benham and Captain George C. Bemy of the flag-ship Charleston. At 8 o'clock the guests began to assemble in the narlors of the Palace, and before 9 o'clock, the hour fur the banquet to begin, all, or nearly all, had arrived. An informal reception was held, and for an hou...

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. — 7 May 1890

THOUGHT HIM INSANE Witnesses Slate That Pratt Acted as a Crazy Man. A Medical Expert Gives His Opinion of the Case— Kelalicns Between Pratt and Eromweil. • Judge Murphy's court-room was crowded yes terday morning when the l'ratt trial was re sumed. lhe cross-examination of the defend ant was proceeded with, and lv reply to numerous questions on the part of the prosecution, be denied that Ire bad lived « ith his wile since the night of the .boating, but admitted that be bad remained in the bouse with her for a time to nurse her aud on account of his children. He had not, he staled, promised lo live with her again, but bad promised frieuds to consider It. A question lelaltve to her physical condition at Ural time was objected to by the defense, and Ibe objection was sustained, the Judge being of the opinion that It was Irrelevant and Indelicate. 'Ibe defendant was positive that lie had not told a reporter In an luleivlew subsequent to the -hooting that bis wife was a pure woman. "How ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 7 May 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL H»» * larger circulation than any other newspaper published in San Francisco. PUBLICATION OFFICE : r?5 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock v. M. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market ttrtet. uear Kearny, open until 12 Hock midnight: : ; >.' Hayes street, open until B:SO o'clock: 603 Larkin street, open until 0:30 o'lock, auU 2518 Mission greet, opan until 9 o'clock p. M. AVCTION BALES TO-MT. FrßxrrnßK.— By Geo. F. Laimou. at 629 O'Far rell st., at 11 o'clock. sm,.(.s, Etc.— By Edward S. Spear, at 31 Sutter St.. at 10 o'clock. Horses.— By Klllip A Co.. at i;.illro:i 1 Etables, corner Turk and Bteiner it 11 o'clock. WEATUKIt rKKI«CTIO>3. Sk;nai skrtice, U. S. Ahuy,) Division ok Tin Pacific, >■ . . San Fkancisoo. May*, 1890—5 r. m.) Synopsis for the l ast T\rei)ty-f<>nr Mourn. Tho barometer Is highest in sou; hern California and Is lowest in Idano: tho temperature lias gener ally fallen: rain Is reported Is follows: Roseburg. .38; ramanto, .08; Ke...

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. — 7 May 1890

TV-OTICE— I HAVE SEVERAL BUYERS WILL- AX lug to invest in legitimate business. Parties de- r.'._- to sell apply to W. F. HEALY, 719 Marin. 1* i Till I GROCERY STOKE FOR SALE: SOUTH xfUV-U. or Market: business $12 per day; living rooms. Apply YV.F. HEALY*. 719 Market st. If V-Vill SALOON; CITY FRONT; FINE FIXT- x*_ I«'«Jy.1 «'«Jy. • ures; doing business of $10 per day: fine Chance fur 2 men. HEALY. 719 Market st. lt* (_!•".< 11l BAKERY. CANDY AM) COFFEE PAR- i — I'if. lors: line location: suitable for man and wife; living rooms. W. F. HKALY. 719 Market. It* l- 1 -• , CARPENTERS ATTENTION! PART- x£> J Oil. ner wanted in shop employing 8 men: several contracts on hand. ___. F. HEALY.7I9 Mat. 1* I)VKi'..K IN a PHOTO GALLERY AND A viewing business: not necessary to understand bustness, but must be a steady, reliable man. P., Pox 117, .ii Branch Office. It* (_•••! |7T BRANCH BAKERY: CANDY. VARIF:- x_. x_UU. ties: coed location. Call Branch. 7 12t» *_„-,, 1 GROCERY AND BAR. WITH 3 LI...

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. — 7 May 1890

6 ___!________. T,a ' ADIES-IF YOU YVISH TO HAVE ELEGANTLY attlng suits, handsomely draped, made for $8, please call at MRS. MORRIS', 732 1_ Geary. my 7 »' EUROPEAN GOVERNMENT PREMIUM BONDS. On payment of $5 a month we sell 4 government premium bonds, bearing 2' _ per cent interest and having 15 premium drawings annually, with capital prizes up to $60,000; the value or these bunds are guaranteed by the respective governments: the first paymeut entitled to uext drawing; write for circu- lar. M. SALOMON ,1 CO.. 727 Market st.ml'-YVSn tf lESSONS GIVEN ON GUITAR ONLY*; NINE _ years' experience as teacher; terms very mod- erate. MBS. SIBYL A. SPENCER, IPS Mason. 66m INI '1.'.; IrN ANTED OF GEORGE ROBIN- J- SON, who left Denver wltb his wife a short time mgo- his brother JAMES died recentl. In Lincoln, _-ebr., and GEORGE is wanted in Cheyenne, YVyo., to take charge of his Interest there. E. L. TOMB- LEN, Alameda. CaL lny6 3t VOL'S G MAN OF GOOD APPEARANCE AND I good character, established...

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. — 7 May 1890

BUDGET OF SPORT. •Heeling of Sportsmen Mho Favor Game Protection. Jack Dempsey Tires of Portland and WiU Go to Hew Ycrk— Jimmy Carroll Leaves for the East— Tennis Notes. The S portmen's Protective 'Association met last night at K. K. IS. Ball, on Mason and O'Far rell streets. President Levi S. Peck in lire chair. Cue hundred silver badges were ordered made. These will be worn by the members of the asso ciation in Rood standing. Messrs. Campbell, Got nam and Ohm were appointed a committee - on badges. Two thousand copies of an address to the sjwrlsnieu of California, explaining the objects of lie association aud luvlliugthe formal ion and co-operation of country clubs, have been printed and were distributed to the members, who will forward them to their friends in the rural dis tricts. The cotiiury journals will also be sup plied. The purpose ot the association in sending the address, which lias already been published In The Call, is to explain to the sportsmen of the Slate lire obje...

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. — 7 May 1890

8 THROUGH THE HEAD. Fatal Quarrel Oyer a Fresno County Mine. A Young Man Deliberately Shoots His Fat_e.-i_-La_\ Bakersfield Citizens Preparing • for the World's Fair— Governor Water man at lone. * .pedal by the California Associated Press. Fresno, May 6— lnformation has just reached the Sheriff's office that \"7. J. Sulli van has killed his father-in-law, J. VY. Cor rick. at Temperance Flats, the result of a family feud. Two weeks ago Corrick went to the mine near Temperance Flats with E. Rowo and began work. This mine has been the source of much trouble in tho Corrick family for the past three years. Henry Sullivan, a son-in-law of Corrick, had a claim on it, and they quarreled every time either attempted to work it. One time Sullivan tried to drive Corrick off with a pick-handle, but Corrick had a shot-gun at hand and took a couple of shots at him. It was while on the way to work this mine that Young Corrick and his cousin Hart got into an altercation over a bridle four months ago...

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. — 8 May 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO. 109. ARID LANDS. 1 — .. ■— I-.M Two Reports From the Senate Irrigation Committee. Tli6^Maj«rity Considers a Topographical Surrey Entirely Unnecessary. Major Powell's Course Upheld by the Mi nority—Partj Issues Likely to Be Made Over the Matter. Freda", by the California Associated Press. Washington, May 7.— The irrigation of arid lauds will be made a party question. Majority and minority reports have been completed by the Senate committee, and General Yamlever says the same thine will likely happen in the House committee. Senators Stewart, Plumb, Moody and Casey to-day completed the Senate majority re port. It censures Director of the Geological Survey Powell for spending money appro priated for the survey in making topo graphical maps, and says it was a plain violation of the statute, and a misapplica tion of the money. The report says that topographical maps are unnecessary and would take ten years to complete them. The report favors some immediate action by Congr...

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. — 8 May 1890

2 LABOR AND LABORERS Call Off Your Pickets Now, Say the Founders. Erirk-L'-vers at Odds on th« E:"g-M-Honr Question— Kill Carpenters Organizing:. Stokes' Statement. It would be difficult to ascertain the ex net status of the mokleis' strike without more opportunities being ottered than at present lor Use inspection of the shops, and the counting of noses in the various shops. The statements of both sides are unique, in that they do nut agree la a single par ticular. President Valentine of the Iron-molders' Union was seen yesterday by a reporter, and upon being asked how the strike was progressing said: " We hay« no reason at all to be dis couraged.' They (the manufacturers) can rill '.heir shops to the full extent they were before the strike and we shall not give in. Our organization is one of the strongest in the UuiteJ States and Canada, and it 13 a hard task to procure workmen enough throughout the country to take the places of the skilled mechanics who are on strike. It cannot b...

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. — 8 May 1890

DRAWN TO A CLOSE. Evidence of Witnesses in the Pratt Trial All In. Ko New Facts Developed Yesterday— An Ex pert* Opinion— The Attorney! Sum ming Up the C,S9. Standing room was at a premium in Judge Murphy's court-room yesterday morning when the Pratt trial was resumed, and many. who were attracted by curiosity were turned away. Gray-bearded men and smooth-faced striplings elbowed each other and craned their necks to catch a glimpse of the de fendant or to hear the testimony of the witnesses. When the court was opened the defense recalled E. K. Kickard to the stund to show that Pratt was In such a condition of mind that he was not conscious of what he was doing when lie stated in an interview that his wife was a good and pure woman. All that Kickard could say was that Pratt ap peared pale and disturbed. John Lathrop, an Oakland Tribune re porter, was called to testify for the prose cution, and stated "that lie had seen the defendant in prison soon after the shooting occurred." " Did ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 May 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Has a larger circulation than any other newspaper published la San Francisco. FUBLI CATION . OFFICE : • . rTR Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock r. M. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market ilrcet, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; tSt Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock; 603 Larkln street, open until 9:30 clock, and 2518 j.:sslcn street, open until ? o'clock r. M. f SUBSCRIPTION RATES: • PAII.V CALL (including Sundays', f(5 per year by trail, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar month-through carriers. DAILY' CALL, five copies three mouths. $6 26. SUNDAY CALL (twelve l»gcs), *1 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL ad WEEKLY CALL 82 50 per year, postpaid. v EEKLY CALL (eight pages', $1 25 per year, post i«id. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), $10. AUCTION SALES TO-DAY. 1 i i s ni Bt.- By M. J. Simmons at 2018 Bush St.. at 1 1 o'clock. Real Estate.— By Shalnwald, Buckbee A Co., at 407 Montgomery St., at 12 o'clock. WEATHER PREDICT...

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. — 8 May 1890

r.USTXF.SS CIIAKCKS. *K(lfl I ' ai:t - n WANTED IN A FIKST- «C "Viv/. class cash business In this city: has a Hue trade In both city and country, clearing "from $250 to $350 Fer month; established 8 years; large amount of orders hand; is In one of the best busi- ness locations in the city; no night or Sunday work; '■" previous experience required, but must be a steady man or good common sense; owner Is tired of hired help. Apply K. KENNY. -11 Kearny st. It <!~\nnn first-class candy-store AND • . U\J\J\J. manufactory for sale; one of most choice locations on Kearny st. ; kept by present owner 10 years; handsome store; DAeahop; large, profitable trade; owner is leaving tbe city: he will remain with a buyer until fully able to run the busi- ness : has best class of Hired help. Apply K. KENN V, 1?2 Kearuy st It - -1 ii 1 KESTAI'KANT. CLEARING $150 PER <iUW, month, for sale; doing a trade or ever $40 per day; 2 weeks' trial allowed lore yon pur- chase; 1..! -li.-.l 12 years: is on ...

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. — 8 May 1890

6 PKRSCVNAT.S. 1, OOK-KKEPKB, HAVING SURPLUS TIME, - ' wants a set of books to post, or willing to do my kin* A writing, Address A. R., Box 169, Call liraiii h Office. my B 3t» JN HO R M ATION WANTED OF GEORGE ROBIN- -1 SON. who left Denver with his wife a short time ago; his brother JAMES died recently In Lincoln, "*;->»„ and GEORGE Is wanted In Cheyenne, Wyo., to take ihirije of bis Interest there. E. L. TOMB- I.EN, Alaiueda, Cat my 6 3t VOUKO MAN OF GOOD APPEARANCE AND 1 good character, established in large business, would like to meet lady under 30, with some means; . bject matrimony. Address F. C, Box 207, Call ''.ranch Office, 2518 Mission st. my 6 3t» INFORMATION WANTED OF SARAH JANE I LARKIN.a native of Townland Lunay, Parish i)e4erlmartin. County Derry, Ireland, who left Ire- land about the year 1853 and sailed from New York City for San Francisco in 1859 or '60, or there- abouts, and to our knowledge has never been beard of since. Her uliaie or portion of the Kosanna Mo...

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. — 8 May 1890

NOW HE'S "A MAN," Eut Professor Kiehliag Did Not Smash the Brick. Tie Two Olympic Club Instructors Will Have Their Little Jokes-D.-mpssy ana Gor man Box at Seattle. The athletes of the Olympic Club are not by any means pleased with the rulings of the Amateur Union as regards salaried offi cers. . It appears that the Olympic Club some weeks aco wrote to the Secretary of the union for particulars, and an answer was recently received stating that any member of a club associated with the' union, who draws a salary for services in any capacity, cannot compete as an amateur at any games held by clubs governed by union rules. This i< drawing tho line very close, and as the Olympic Ciub derives but little bene tH from becoming a branch organization of the union, a vigorous objection will in all probability be entered by its members against the laws which now govern amateur clubs that are subject to the rules of the Amateur Athletic Union. A PRACTICAL POLICY. As previously stated in The C...

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

8 SAD ACCIDENT. Two Little Girls Drowned Near Portland. I Fresno County Murderer Escapes to tie Mountains. 1 Davisvllle Dentist Shockingly Mangled by a Train— Attempted Suicide at Sacramento. Epectal by the California Associated Press. Portland, May 7— This afternoon about 6 o'clock two little girls, nged 5 and 12 years, daughters of John McDonald of Al biua, were drowned iv Montgomery's Slouch, near the east approach to the Al bina ferry. The children were out gather ing wild flowers and while crossing the rail road trestle over the slough both fell through and were drowned before assis tance could reach them. The bodies were recovered shortly afterward near where they fell in. FALLi RACKS. Entries for the Sonoma aid Mann Agricul tural Association Meeting. Petat.vma, May 7.— Following are the entries for the Fall meeting of the Sonoma and Mann District Agricultural Association, upon which second payments have been made: Yearling District stake ßen E. Harris names b. f. Sidena, by 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. — 9 May 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO. 170. A DUAL LIFE. The Jekyll and Hyde Exist ence of a St. Lonis Man, A Prominent Chnrch-Goer Killed Ihile Burglarizing a Shop. Circumstances That Indicate Him as Being an Old Offender— A Maine Woman's Crime. Special Dy the California Associated Press. St. Louis, May B.— A few minutes before 2 o'clock this morning two burglars at tempted to effect an entrance into the car penter-shop owned Dy George Staltkamp. at 4257 Wintoll avenue. One of the men was Henry Kuuolt. Staitkamp saw the in truders and called out to them to halt. Both ran aud Staltkamp fired a load from Ins shotgun and Kunolt fell dead in bis tracks. The body was taken to the Morgue and the identification to-day revealed a sin gular story of a double life. Kunolt was about 30 years of age and in prosperous circumstance, owning and con ducting a profitable harness business on a moderate scale. Staltkamp had owed him some muney and paid him yesterday. In doing so lie revealed quite a sum, which, it is Kuno...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 May 1890

2 BUCKLEY'S COHORTS. They Display Their Broken Heads aud Black Eyes. Contests Over the Election of Precinct Clnb Offi cers—The Prohibitionisti Eatify llieir Nominees. There was an exhibition of black eyes and an array of abrasions and contusions at the meeting of the Democratic County Com mittee last night such as might have graced the closing hours of the Donnybrook Fair. They were presented to tbe gaze of the assembled cominitteemen in evidence of tbe devotion with which they had clung to the tenets of their political faith, and of the fact that the elections in the precinct clubs hnd not been character ized with that harmony of purpose which is supposed to exist among brethren who dwell together in uuity. Iv tact it was wash day with the local Democracy and their soiled linen was flaunted to the breeze. The meeting of the committee was for the purpose of listening to the protests which have been filed in a number of pre cinrts on the part of those who claim to have been unfairly ...

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. — 9 May 1890

_____ MISCELLANEOUS. .^_ .,__,.,,_ f^_ r _. .-,.-...-,.-,. j^BBSSBSSu 8B&K&S3 R9882C9 ESmuJbOBI E&23Ei22s£li3u WILD FIRE HAS THE NEWS OF OUR 1 GREAT HO SALE SPREAD ABOUT TOWN. I People flocked to our stores yesterday from all over | town. WHAT CROWDS, AND WHAT DELIGHTED | PURCHASERS. | GRANDEST BARGAINS 1 EVER GIVEN IN SAN FRANCISCO IS THE VERDICT | of one and aIL For a few days more you'll be given your pick 1 Of the LATEST STYLES OF IMPORTED WORSTEDS, 1 in Sacks and Cutaways, in light mill dark similes, « elegantly tailored, for the easily paid price of • - ■ — 3 PBJNCE ALBERT COATS AM) VESTS, a handsome 1 | thin: tor Sunday wear, superbly tailored, satiu /t* J/\ | faced, sold all over town for $20, Raphael's price Ll' &SB ; ALL THE NOBBIEST THINGS IX SPUING SUITS, IV II 3 t grand styles in ISliic aud Black Cheviots, handsome i IPI 111 i styles in lilac and Black Serges, all the nobbiest | M/ X. \J ■• things in Scotches, Cassiineie and Tweeds, tailored j ' X iv fau...

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. — 9 May 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Has a larirer circulation than any other newspaper published in San Francisco. , V/. ; [ : , PUBLICATION OFFICE : rOT Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 O'clock T. U. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market Mrcet, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; ESS Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 Lai kin street, open until 9:30 o'lock, and 2518 Mission street, open until 9 o'clock r. «■ SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL (Including Sundays), $6 per year by mail, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, five eoplesibree mouths. ?6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve yages), SI 60 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL aid WEEKLY CALL $2 SO per year, postpaid. W EEKLY CALL (eight pages), $1 26 per year, post laid, Clubs often (sent to one address), $10. AUCTION SALES TO-DAY. FrRViTiT.E.— By Chas. Levy, at 536 California St.. at 10 o'clock. Saloon.— By Edward S. Spear, at 31 Sutter St., at 10 o'clock. WEATHER PREDICTIONS. Signal Service,...

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