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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 May 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. GARFIELD MEMORIAL The Imposing Structure Erected in Lake View Cemetery* Cleveland, Ohio. A NATION'S MARK OF EESPECT. An Artistically Decorated and Impos ing Monument Marks the Rest ing Place of the Murdered Presi dent — It Is to Be Dedicated on Decoration Day. PT^IIE Garfield Memorial which has been II \ erected over the toniD of the mur- JS* dered President is to be dedicated on the 30th inst. It is located in Lake View Cemetery, in the eastern suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, and nearly at the top of the bluff that forms the southern boundary of that part of the city. The foundations are about 100 feet above the level of the lake, three miles distant. From the terraces and portico of the memorial a magnificent view is afforded of the city, of the parks and forests lying to the north and east, and of the lake beyond. The approaches to the base are by winding and constantly ascend ing drives and walks through the cemetery. (Aft ;0 / 04MMk* J&sm OEATOB. The memorial its...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 May 1890

10 A LOVER'S FKAYEK. Written for Tut Sunday Oa£I« mWO cherry lips, 'tis bliss divine; Eyes of blue, tender and true. Sparkling like morn's early dew; Can I claim thee, art thon mine T Fair model of perfection's art: Adorned wiih beauty rare, such Fit fur any master's brush; Wilt tnou heal this broken Heart T ■Solitude robed. I've waited long. Patiently watched the coming Hour • When thon, sweetest In the bower, Wouldst answer my love-sick song. Son rrancUco. Mag S. "■'"'• A. A. MOUSIE. Illuitrntnl (11/ Thr (all's arlist. T^ COULD not haye found a better name I■> for her." Brend.i Lisle protested as, in 1,0 her dainty evening dress, she sat under the veranda, outside the drawing-room windows, She was leaning her head against the heavy trails of pass^ura climb ing up and around one of the columns, sometimes lifting her dreamy «azc to the ■carlet flowers drooping from above till Uiey touched the masses of her raven hair; sometimes looking up into the thoughtful face of Sir Darner We...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 May 1890

THE THEATERS AND THE PLAYERS. No Change at (ho Leading The aters for Hie Coming Week. LOOKING TO THE FTTTUEE. Oliver Byron Will Reproduce "Across the Continent" at the Alcazar. The Tivoli Returns to " Fatin itza"—"The Senator"— Facts About Rhea— Personal and Other Jottings. 1 iviewing Hie week, we find it has been one of the dullest iv our theatrical history for uiunths. The variety business at the Baldwin is a mis take from which we caunot escape for BOrne tune yet, and "Paul Kiuivar" at the Busb, which was counted on to awaken a glint of dramatic interest, has also proved a mensurable disap pointment. The condition of things at the two theaters mentioned has, however, been a benefit for the New California. "It's 0^^^ an ill wind," says the proverb, "that Mdbody cooJ." Therefore, "Sheuan lioah," the lucst attractive performance be fore the public at present, has been largely patronized, and the receipts may go far toward making a fair average for Manager Hay man's local business. M...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 May 1890

12 WAR EXPERIENCE IN THE INFANTRY. Life in Camp and on the Field, as Seen by a Private and Non », Commissioned Officer. BEAVE DEEDS OF FARMERS' SONS. - Our First Camp on the Dismal Swamp — Removal to Suffolk. First Severe Engagement—Sub lime Heroism — The Siege of Suffolk— Longstreet's Retreat. Written for Thk Sunday Call. I^/EVERAL sketches of army life ■j^i^P which have already appeared in VhS-v The Mousing Call have related to incidents in the cavalry service. It was my lot, however, to serve one year as a private soldier or non-commissioned officer la the infantry, and I propose at this time to recall some personal experiences in that arm of the service. My regiment, the One Hundred and Thirtieth New York Volun teers, recruited in the autumn of lSt>2 in the counties of Alleghauy, Livingston and Wyoming, was composed principally of eons of well-to-do farmers, who responded to the call for volunteers from, a sense of duty, and for whom the scanty pittance of $13 per mouth would...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 May 1890

A ROMANCE OF RUSSIA AND SIBERIA, By Prince Josef Lubomirski, Author of " Safar-Hadji, a Story of Turkistan," etc. COVYRIOHT ISSO, BY MSTA DE VERB. [CONTIXUF.D.I CHAPTER XIV. Ttwa; not exactly a subterranean cave, and yet a more dismal cell could hardly be Imagined ■ small, cold, bare room, with a thickly grated window, luinugh which ouly a rooF covered with blow could be neen, uncanny like a huge pall. Dining nearly a year Nicholas Popoff liad lived In this but, wilting tot the detachment lib which lie was to march to the frontier of th« empire. Po| it! did not delude himself as to Ins future. He knew that because lie had rebelled against a superior be was to be struck fir. in the 101 lof the living. Since a moie talkative jailer had told him that he was 100-ed upon as a dangerous man. Siberia's bound deserts were ever fore bis mind's eye. never leaving ins imagination. For a whole year hi 1 had lived in seclusion, teeing no liuiiiaii foim except bis jailer, who twice a clay handed ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 May 1890

14 4*l J. FLAVIN ft CO.'S RATTLING CLOTHING SAlfe In Men's, Youths', Boys' and Children's Clothing! All Kew Goods and of This Season's Importation, Two-Thirds of the Entire Stock Offered Not In the Hoase Over Thirty Days. No Shop-Worn, Shoddy or Old Stock. Sale will Commence Saturday, May 10th, and Continue Through the Month, BOYS' CLOTHING. YOUTHS' SUITS, Over 5000 Suits, All Wool, In Cassimeres, Tweeds, Tricots, Meltons, Worsteds, Diagonals, Fancy Cassimeres, In all classes of Domestic and Imported Cloths, Cassimeres, Tweeds, Etc., Etc., at prices that will pay you, we Etc., Etc., from s2 50, and varying 50c per suit up to #1S 50. think, to examine before purchasing elsewhere. EVIEfy'S SUITS. OVERCOATS. As larse and as complete a stock as ran be found in the United States. Over EIGHT THOUSAND SUITS We are showing a stock of LIGHT AND MEDIUJT WEIGHT OVERCOiTS at tantalizing prices, all strictly represented in (his stock, comprising the very latest styles in CUT, the LATEST PATTERNS...

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. — 12 May 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO. 173. BLOWN TO ATOMS. Explosion of an Engine at East Buffalo. The Engineer Hurled a Thousand Feet, a Shapeless Mass. Lynch Law in the South— Ex-Convict Taken From Jail and Hanged by a Mob. Special by the California Associated Press. Buffalo, May 11.— A* a heavily loaded train was being taken from East Buffalo the engine exploded and was totally wrecked. The engineer and tire man were killed. The former was blown a thousand feet and made a mass of jelly. The latter was seen ascending over an rim tree about fifty feet high, and was subsequently found in the water under the bridge. The cause of the accident is unknown. — ' — ' Dit. art; lynn Interviewed by a Chicago Reporter While en Soute to California. CHICAGO, May ll— Dr. Edward MoGlynn ariived in the city to-day on his way to California for hi- health. When asked in reference to the rumors of a pending recon ciliation with Archbishop Corrigan and the Vatican He said : "The rumors, though in some sense true, are a li...

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. — 12 May 1890

2 MISCELLANEOUS. ____. TO NOTICE THE AMOUNT OF SHODDY TRASH THAT'S BEING SERVED OUT TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS CITY BY A LOT OF UN- PRINCIPLED, LYING CLOTHINC SHARKS, WHO HAVE CALL ENOUGH TO ADVERTISE IT AS TAILOR-MADE AND PRAISE IT WAY UP INTO THE SKIES. rRAPHAEL'S! 1 ADVISH YOU TO STEER CLEAR OF ALL THESE MOCK ASSIGNEE AND COT TO REMOVE AND MONSTER BARGAIN SALES. THEY ARE ALL A LOT OF FAKIRS AND THEIR BARGAINS ARE ONLY A LOT OF OLD SHELF-WORN, SHODDY TRASH, DEAR ATSI.OOA SUIT. YOU'LL FIND MARKET STREET PACKED WITH SHODDY AS WELL AS KEARNY, FROM LOTTA'S FOUNTAIN NORTH. ALL OF 'EM ARE TRYING TO CET AT YOUR PURSE, AND THEY USE SHODDY FOR BAIT. SUCH TRASH CAN FIND NO PLACE AT RAPHAEL'S. WE'LL NOT SULLY OUR REPUTATION BY HANDLING ANY SUCH VILE STUFF. WE HANDLE ONLY THE FINEST. OUH SPECIAL OFFERS FOR THIS WEEK CONSIST OF A LARGE AND HAND- SOME ASSORTMENT OF FINE TAILOR-MADE SUITS. IN SACKS AND 3 AND 4 BUTTON CUTAWAYS, MANUFACTURED FROM THE FINEST IMPORTED FABRICS, IN ALL THE NOBBY SHADES, AL...

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. — 12 May 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD What Was Done In Society Circles Last Week. The Keyna luncheon in Honor ,_ of &iss Fair. The Bancroft Juvenile Party on Sat urday Afternoon. Wedding of Mr. Henry Gray and Miss Mamie L. Ames. The Spalding Dinner at the Hotel Bella Vista, The Lndington Luncheon on Mon day Afternoon. \ Marriage of Mr. Eugene Johnson and V Miss Lottie Coryell. 'i ■ Ike Sucll "Seminary Reception Across \ the Bay on Friday. The \Carr Juvenile Gathering on De ' visadero Street i Festivities at the Hotel del Monte \ Last Week. The Phillips Musicale in Oakland Last Wednesday Night. The Trinity Parish Entertainment on IMonday Evening. i Performance and Dance of (he Vermont Association. -^ngagemett / ctes— Society Penonalj—Pri .| vate Gathirines— Parties and Picnic* " to Take Place— Etc. In Hie earlier Jays of summer It Is a difficult thinf to give reliable prognostications or what Is to »c looked f t >r li: the ensuing months. The tliiie-\'<)ru theory or. the climatic Influence does...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 12 May 1890

)RNING CALL (-illation than any other -lied in Sun Francisco. •TION OFFICE: el, near Clay, open until 11 OH OFFICES: 710 Market ■en until 12 o'clock midnight; pen until 9:30 o'clock: 603 . until 8:30 Clock, and 2518 1 Ulitll ft o'clock P. M. IiSt'KII'TION HATES: All V CALL (Including Sundays), JB per year by *' postpaid; is cents per week, or 65 cents per i month through carriers, DAILY CALL, lira !>!cs 1 hrce months. $6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve ff»), *1 60 per year, postpaid, SUNDAY CALL ' IIKI.Y CALL $2 50 per year, postpaid. £l\ i-Y CALL (eight pages), H25 per year, post . Uubs of ten (sent to one address), $10. .AUCTION SALKS TO-DAY. - • »i< iTinK.-iij M. ,i. Simmons, at 1067 Market ■ at 11 •dock. •,i'"J<KiT IjHK.—1 jHK.— n y Ueo. F. Lauison. at 1555 Mar <e'st, '.11 o'clock. j* l Vaiu.- By Froomberg * Co., at cor. Union M > '!• st ,., at 10 o'clock. ♦ioon- By Kroomber? * Co., at cor. Harrison ■ealests., at IS o'clock. . -.. ■> WKATUKB I'KKDICTIOXS. ,• BIOKAIr Se...

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

t , . . . ' . ItrSTKESS rBAXCEJI. / •)'}r.(t " PAPER ROUTE FOR SALE; < I .T^s «FZZ«)U. $105 per month: $1000 oC'iVve : ' on t ran remain and be paid out or the/ o ' n ts of the route; is upon one of our most /eminent morning papers; only requires 2U hour attention each mornnic; Is In the enter of the 3 | m . . por- tion of the city ; any one can run this:.,',,, „,n nave 30 trial before you buy: is "'',,» th« aarest Investments In the city. Apply X KENNY, -'2 Kcarny si. _* ' it |iV-f| PARTNER WANT,',, To LOOK O i_'H'. after the store, etc. „ e, first-class liianulactiirliig business: has jg« .ready customers in this city: hardly i.- "I"'"', „,„'. clean $260 per montn and Incre ? aJi :■' '„,„,. >u[e to be dou- ble inside of one year: ;'"V,if „r e * sen owners Is leavlufthe State: be will ureall v Into the busl- n<s.', tnon^ghly Krore 'e».j Hlf . :i : ial of business allowed: this Is fcnulnc ? tJ sure fortune tor entt-r- -prl^ngiTia n :_jM l PlyJ>_fi;SNY. 22 Kearuy St. It &...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 12 May 1890

THE SOCIAL WOULD. \ (i €1 fllilifd flrvm Ihird J'af/r.) Jins, Mis B. M. Henchen. Mist Allle Beecher, Miss K'Sa WlLClielt, Miss M. I'nnhorst, Aliss An nie Duly, v.lss Wagner. Mi. a May Scan. Miss M. vuniiiiii, Miss, Mary Albeit . Miss l'.iiillne C«'liii, •£»» Ar-iiie Hanley, Miss Emily Alphonsc, Miss *.»l Station, Miss Grace Beecher, Alias • VDuticau, Miss HimiiH Winciiell, Miss Iran,. Miss Kitty Mm My, Miss Willie, *i>s Nora Stautoo, Miss Grace Do mite-. Ml s Delia Kliiß. Miss Neilie X -uney. Miss Kelley, >>U»s M. A. Lucas, Miss Tina bwltl. Miss Ella, |M.'eilt'riiH, Miss Mamie Delmy, Miss Kilty Del i/mv, Aliss Carrie liamlin. Miss M. Homer, Miss f/M. Welsh, Miss Lizzie linker, Miss dishing, 7 Mrs. Schioder, Mis. Samuels. Mrs. lluudal f Blew, Mrs. 11. Craw, Mrs. W. Hull. The lionelti Muscle. Last Friday afternoon the students of tbe Bonelli Musicale Institute gave their ictular monthly lecllal, assisted by Hie Fiotessors uf tbe different departments. A large and appre ciativ...

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

SEA AND SHORE. Arrival of the Steamed From China and Panama. '"—Ji The Steamer Corona Has a Narrow Escape From Collision— Chang* cf Name of the Berk Pak Wan— Fishing Cruise. '- me Pacific Mall Company^! steamer Cblua, Captain abury, arrived In port at 6 o'clock yes terday morning after a passage of twenty-tour and a hall days from Hong Kong, fourteen and i ball day* from Yokohama. She ought 69 cabin and 49 Japanese and 152 Chinese steerage passengers, 2224 ions cargo, $8470 treasure and a quantity at mail. Among the passengers were Hon. .Oliver and wife, Le Count J. de B> landl, J. K. Stuyvesaut and wife and Captain Angell Scott and wile. Among her cargo were 7757 mats rice, 4034 cues!, s tea, 342 rackages r.i\v silk, 1519 of OIL 34 of opium, 583 of tapi oca, 1000 bale* of l)emi> and 240 of gunuy clotQ. i lie weather was cloudy at I'olut Lottos yester. day aud tin- wind all day from Hie south, blow ing Irom 1G to 20 miles an hour. lie barometer lead: 8 o'clock la tUe mousing, ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 12 May 1890

8 FOUGHT HARD FOR VICTORY. The Colonels and Senators Play Good Ball. Oakland Downed by Harper's Deceptive Carves. Cabill Pitches a Great Game Against Frlteo acd Wins a Close Contest for His Side. News of the Diamond. LTHOUGH tUerc were numerous altiac tlons elsewhere lv aud around this city yes terday the baseball game had a goodly number of spectators. Indeed the atleudance was very large cousld -I'iing the incleineut weather Saturday ulght and the threat ening aspect of the heavens for several bours before tbe time Hie pl.iy opened. The bleacheis were well filled and there were but one or two vacant spots tv the grandstand. Ihe luuipusof the Sunday previous at Sacrameuto was probably the cause of the presence of some of the people who ex pected to see another disturbance and they were disappointed, but they witnessed the best game played In San Fraucbco this year. Not rls o'Neil's appearance waii the signal for many sarcastic alluslous 10 his trouble with Cbtpman, but ihe remarks ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 May 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO. 174. THE COBDEN CLUB. Presentation of an Address to T. B. Potter. Anti-Chinese Legislation in the United States Condemned. Gladstone Prophesies tic Ultimate Triumph of the Free-Trade Party in This Country. Special by toe California Associated Press. .London, May 12.— There was a notable gathering of free-traders at the Cobden Club to-day, the occasion being the presen tation nf siu address to Thomas Uayley Pot lit, Hie Giadstonian member of Parliament for Rochdale. In the course of his speech he referred to the anti-Chinese legisla tion in the United States. Owing to the ambiguity of the legislation on t..e Chinese question, he said. He was not altogether clear whether the American Government taxed Chinese who entered or barred them all out. Anyway, lie thought tlie Chinese were to be dreaded more lor their virtups than their vioes, which he did not believe to be nearly as ex tensire or flagrant as the ground taken for thiir exclusion alleged. Mr. Gladstone said tha...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 May 1890

2 THE THEATERS. Byron, at (lie Alcazar, in "Across the Continent." No Change at the Oth*r Theaters— The TiToli's TatiniUi"— Hems. About Eothern. General Mention. After a lengthy absence from our midst Mr. Oliver Byron, the very suecesslul melodramatic actor, made his reappearance at the Alcazar last evening in that very sensational drama, "Across the Continent," which has been previously seen in this city. For those fond of this class of dramatic pabulum "Across the Continent" oilers a very exciting, not to say diverting, evening's amusement— lor It has as much fun— though a cood deal more of It might be more strictly termed horse play, i hat can be jammed Into It. From me continuous applause and laughter the cut itaiuineui was much enjoyed by thelaige audience present. Mr. Oliver Byron, of couiselbe hem. does his woik in true melo dramatic style. The company supporting him Is an exceptionally good one— all local people. Mr. 'James L'arden. Mr. Haiti Davenport, Mr. Leo Cooper, Mr. l...

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. — 13 May 1890

I. O. O. F. Tbirij - eighth Annual Grand Lodge Couimnuication. Prciperitycf tht'brder in This State— of Officers— Kegu'.ar Ccmmittecs and Reriretentatives. The Grand I.oflße or the Independent Order or Odd Fellows) of me Slate or California will as semble In ike public l.ail or the Odd Fellows' Temple, comer seventh and Market streets, to morrow morning, in thirty-eighth annual com nmplcallon. ', $ince the last annual session, the order In this Slate has prospered greatly, the net gain in mem bership being nearly 1000, making the total membership at about 27.500. A number o! new subordinates have been Instituted, as also several Kebekah Decree lodge*, which branch of the order is also pros r:^iti,g. There are now over 330 subordinate lodges In tills State, and at least 130 liebekan Degree lodges, wlih 10,000 members. The disbursements, as shown by the last annual reports, amounted to $428,849 40, and the re ceipts t0 5609,896 04. Theto'al assets of sub ordinate lodges were given at ...

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. — 13 May 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Has a larger circulation than an? other newspaper yul>lUhe<l In San Frauclgco. TTBI.ICATION OFFICE: fIP Montgomery street, near Clay, open nntll 11 o'clock r. if. HRAiiCH OFFICES: 710 Market street, near K carry, open until 12 o'clock midnight; S3!' Hayes street, open until 8:30 o'clock: 603 Lsrkin street, open until 9:30 Cluck, and 2514 AlisMoii street, oji.m until 9 o'clock p. m. SUBSCRIPTION KATES : DAILY CALL (including Sundays), $6 per year by nail, postpaid: 16 cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar inontn through carriers. DAILY GALL, five copies three months. $6 -J5. M'.NDAY CALL (twelve ]«(>>. SI SO per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL and WEEKLY CALL (2 50 per year,, postpaid. WJSEKU CALL (eight pages), »1 25 per year, post latu. Clubs of ten (sent to one addrtss). $1(1. AVCTION SALKS TO-DAY. Furniture.— By Chas. Levy, at 536 California It.. at 10 o'clock. »i RNiTVHK.— Ky Geo. F. Lamsoii. at 716 O'Far rell st., at 11 o'clock. Rkai. Estate.— Hy K...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 May 1890

ftrSTSKSS cnAXCFS. /' "i"-i r -»O PARTNER WANTED-RESTAURANT <. iVV'i and coffee saloon; owner first-class cook; wants good reliable partner to lake charge cash counter and look after nelp In dining-room^ : is a regular bonanza; very large business; clears $25 to $ .. per week; elegantly fitted up; right in business center: cheap rent, with rooms; iust the place for man and wife, or some reliable "party: full investi- gation and trial: is actually worth $600; must boil; needs help; do not tall to see this. GEO STEWART. 135 Kearny st It C; '>()() PARTNER ANTED TO-DAY IN A t, _V»l'. first-class manufacturing business doing large trade; rapidly srowlng; has stock, both raw and manufactured, on hand and regular trade; clears $150 per month, with prospect for large in- crease: must be willing to work In store and assist generally; need not understand the business: is easily learned; has many large orders ou hand- best «f reference. Apply to GEO. STEWART, l:(5 Kenriiy st it Q 9 ,^ft ...

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. — 13 May 1890

6 PERSOyAT.S. tIEAD«UAIiTERS FOR LAWN HOSE, NOZ- JJ ties, sprinklers, reels, etc. free delivery city, Oail»'.tl ami Alanieda. CHAPMAN'S, 18 CallfornU -treeC myl3 7t POODLE DOG ROTISSERtE-CHANGEOFOWN- L«fshtp. CHARLES R. KIN SELE V. Prop. 13, St» PLEASE MEET ME TO-DAY ATI O'CLOCK COR- C ncr Montgomery and Washington. UUTTER. 1» NOW IS YOUR TIME TO PACK YOUR BUTTER; 3 rolls finest Point Keyei fresh butter, $1; a rolls be.st Petaluma Insli butter, 55c, and good .able butter 25c a roll; fresh laid Mission eg;s, Me, a down; fresh ranch egut, 2 dozen 35c, and good •iH, Isc adozsn; new cheese, 3 Its for 25c; best lupee bams or boneless bacon, 14c a ft; Whll taker's sugar-enred boneless shoulders, lie a It.; Whltta- ..er's star plenlc hams, 10c aft; new sugar corn. 3 cans 25c; condensed milk, lUc a can: 1 '* cans ■iking powder. ISc; Starlight coal oil. sl a can; 'now-«hite patent roller flour, $1 per sack; if you -vunt the best flour In America try the lily-white, • very sack warranted: 8 I...

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