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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 May 1890

DOLEFUL DAIRYMEN. A Demoralized Stale of (he But ter Market. Producers Producing at a Lost and Commis sion Men Gaining Nothing by the Handling. The butler market Is !n a pretty "elck" state. Dairymen, dealers and all concerned are tn very doleful damps. And well they may be. The rnce of butter has for some limn been touching bedrock; now It Is away down below zero, with no piesaot prospect <•[ Its rising to a more genial level. Producers are producing at a loss and commission-bouses make nothing by the hand ling. hat, then, Is the cause? Some blame the large quantities of inferior, •streaked butter with which ihe market Is lueially swamped. Others trace it to the pressure of excessive Eastern com -1 eiltion, a competition daily Krowiug more forin dable with Hie rapid extension of tiie creamery system all over the United States. Others aver that the heavy rents paid out by lessees for cows and pasture, being moie than is returned In the shape of butler-money, are responsible lor t...

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. — 13 May 1890

8 GHASTLY RELICS. The Battle of the Little Big Horn. Discovery of the Skeletons of Three of Coster's Command. Cbeyenne Indians Excited Over the Appear ance of a New Messiah— A Mor mon Trick. Special by the California Associated Press. Helena, May While setting headstones civet the graves ol Ouster's men who fell la the massacre of Juue 25, 1870, Captain Sweet's men found three uuourled bodies, one of which still had on trousers of (he United States uniform, showing that be was a private of the Seventh United States Cavalry. The skulls of [be oilier two men had beeu broken In above the ears with a stone mallet. A boot of Oao Heed's, a boy twelve years old and a nephew of Custer, who was killed with him, was found la a ravine- Some buttons marked "M. D." (Medical Depart* ment) were found and a body lay near them. They are, no doubt. De Wolf's remain*. An offi cer's brass spur of peculiar construction and other relics were picked up. A thorough search of t lie Custei battlefield will b...

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. — 14 May 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO. 175. A POLICY OF PEACE. Crispi's Statement to the Italian Deputies. The Government Considering a Measure to Reform Emigration. 1 Magnificent Reception to Henry H. Stanley— The Freedom of London Tendered the Explorer. Bpeclal by the California Associated Press. - Rome, -May 13.- In the Chamber of Depu ties to-night Crispi stated that the policy of the Dreibuud was unchanged. It was a policy of peace, nnd solely defensive. Speaking of the condition of the working men, he said the Government had under consideration a measure which would re form the existing regulations regarding emigration. Tho fact that the number of emigrants is decreasing showed the reports of misery e\istine among the w iking classes in Italy are exaggerated. «- WHOLESALE FRAUDS. Canadian Officials Alleged to Have Been Cor rupted by Contractors. Qtjhbbc, May 13.— 1n connection with the charges of wholesale corruption of Govern ment officials by contractors to secure favorable award^.the statement i...

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. — 14 May 1890

2 POLITICAL PUDDLE. Precinct Clubs Preparing for Sat urday's Election. List of Inspector! and Judges— Fighting for the State Convention— Coleman's Be turn—Party Meetings. So tar as reported to Democratic headquarters up to a late bour last night the following bave been elected Inspectors and judges tor tbe elec tion to be beld on Saturday nlgbt for permanent officers at tbe various precinct clubs: TWENTY-NINTH DISTRICT. First Precinct - Inspector, C. W. Kevin. Judges— A. 1.. Hart, J. M. Martin. Second Pi ecincl — Inspector, Charles Kaull man. judges— D. Mullen, B. C. Hughes. Fourth Preclnct-Insiiector. K. Cogan. Judges- Enward Murphy. John Hurley, Fifth Precinct— lnspector, J. Kavanagb. Judges— (ianzhorn, Charles Duvan. Sixth Precinct— lnspector, W. J. Courtney. Judges— James McCaffrey, P. O'Neill. Seventh Precinct— luspeclor, John Fitzgerald. Judges— D. McKeuzie, E. Norton. THIRTIETH DISTRICT. Second Precinct— luspeclor, J. Herbst. Judges — J. Robinson, P. Brady. mill Precinct— lns...

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. — 14 May 1890

.- MISCELLANEOUS. f ;_k^J ~~~_ |"Ah, There!" ARE YOU ON? Do You Catch the Idea? I AND NOW WE'LL HAVE A I THAT'LL MAKE US THE TOWN TALK 1 HANnSOMK CUTAWAYS, In all shades SI2 00 9 EXTRA FINK BLUB AM) BLACK WIDE-WALE COATS AND VESTS, S| Elegantly Tailored 813 00 g| NOKIiY WORSTEDS, in I.inht and Dark Shades, gold all over town for (| Sin, RAPHAEL'S PRICE 813 00 I GRAND STVLKS IN CASHMERES, in many .1 1 n.i l styles and nliades, Hi ftitiuf coeds that are beinjj gold in all decent house* at ** :o, our price. .812 00 i| We have hundreds of Handsome Styles of Suits which will cost you 1 $20 at other places, but I WE ARE GOING TO BE WINNERS OF PUBLIC FAVOR I I So, Gents, come and take your pick of some of the Grandest Suits I ever shown in Frisco at next to nothing— of $12. RAPHAEL'S, 1433, 483 and 437 MONTGOMERY STREET, COR. SACRAMEATO. t Z MOnGOMERY STREET, COR. SAdAIEITO. ; IP 1 1*1*3 EFFECTUAL^ S3* WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. I For BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERS V Sick Headache, Weak Stomac...

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. — 14 May 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Ha* » larger circulation than »ny other 6i>aiier published In San Francisco. [■'" PUBLICATION OFFICE: (TF Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 clock p. M. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market street, near Kearny, open untU lii o'clock midnight; i>39 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 003 laiklu street, open until 8:30 o'lock, and 2518 iiitsion street, opan nntll 9 o'clort p. m. SVKSCRirTION KATES: DAILY CALL (Including Sundays), $6 per year by ■rail; postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per . calendar month throuith curriers. DAILY CALL, live copies three months, »ti 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve pages), SI 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL » d wi-kki.v (all ft 5U per year, postpaid. VKEKLY CALL (eight pages), $1 ■-.'"• per year, post laid. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), $10. ■WtATHKIJ I'KKDICTIONS. SIOKAI. .SKBVrcE, V. S. ARMY.I Division* ok the I'acikic, > Sax Francisco, May 13. lriiiO-j r. m.) Synopsis for th« 1"..m Twenty-four Hours. The baromete...

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. — 14 May 1890

BTJBITEBa cnAxcr.s. V-OTICE-l HAVK~SLYF.UAL BUYERS WILL- . x Inir to Invest In legitimate business. Parties de- ring 10 sell apply to W. F. HEALY. 719 Market. 1* C'</tn Al CIGAR-STORK FOB SALE— NEAR l ''""• Market ai.d Third: successfully run lor 14 years by one party : this Is a chance Beldam offerel to purchase payiug business: satisfactory reason for selling. Apply W. F. HKALY. 719 Market at. It* JCllll GROCERY STORE FOR SALE: SOUTH C"VJU. of Market: business (12 per day; living rooms. Apply W. F. HEALY, 719 Market st. It* ft-Kfl BALOON; CITY FRONT; FINE FIXT- tJpOOV/. ores; doing business of (10 per day; fine chance Tor 2 men.« HEALV. 719 Market st ■■- It* C*')/in BAKERY. CANDY AND COFFEE PAR- O— \'\J. i,, r , fine location: suitable lor man and wife; living rool - W. K_IIEALV. 719 Market. It* HIKER! FOR SALE; BAKING S>A BBLS OF Hour per day: a line paying business; price ■1200 or would take good baker .is partner. Apply Cai.i. uranfh otlico. : my 14 <t« ..... a «. O,ID...

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. — 14 May 1890

6 PKKSONAT.S. <a>cn REWARD WILL BE PAID FOR THE AR- djjl O\J rest and conviction of any person or persons caught tearing down signs of C. A. Klinkner a Co. at 320 Sausome st. from telegraph poles or lamp- posts^ I my 14 y_ lADIES— YOU WISH TO HAVE ELEGANTLY J fitting suit-, handsomely draped, made for $0. please call at MRS. MORRIS', 732yj, tieary. 14 at» PIANO LESSONS-ROOM IN EXCHANGE FOR lessons. 326 Golden Hate aye. my! 4 3t« ADVICE FREE: DIVORCES A SPECIALTY; NO publicy: quickest time; legal everywhere; no charge unless successful; probate; damages, collec- tions, etc.- terms reasonable. T. ENULEV, Attor- neys Association. 11 Kcarny St. my! 4 tf MAtiUETTI. CONTRACTOR, STONE-MASON ■ and manufacturer of concrete-stone walks, aud proprietor of Swiss Hotel, Napa. myl4 3t UROPEAN GOVERNMENT PREMIUM BONDS. On payment of $5 a month we cell 4 government premium bonds, bearing 1.4 per cent Interest aud Laving 16 premium drawings annually, with capital prizes up to u'0.000 ; the val...

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. — 14 May 1890

— . - ■ v ■■...-.■■.-. -...1 i. ■■ .-i- i. ■ --'■ ■--'- ■■■ » ■ - -*<«»■ 'in ivr. t. Fr__A."viisr <&, co. '^^ f *" - •** a WILL PURCHASE YOU THIS WEEK A SUIT OF CLOTHES, WARRANTED ALL WOOL, LINEN STITCHED AND CUSTOM Aft fl fl fft 4 1 Pf% WILL PURCHASE AS FINE A WALKING SUIT AS CAN BE FOUND IN THE CITY AT PROW *17 to *** WP IU'T Jf\ A A mat V« i| CUT, WORTH ANYWHERE FROM $13 to $17, AND IF NOT AS REPRESENTED ABOVE YOLK PURCHASE MONEY WILL BE \U II I BY I X hll *** ™ ExSmISATIOS ! OF THESE : SUITS. Wein«rsntff each wrmon!^ and^rrant tl.o sate^ aU° woof ' a..d of B Qne C 1 0 Kfl yUiUU CHEL'RI'ULLY REFUNDED. . iDUaiIU lU I IJriJII domestic anil imported cloths, as Cassimeres, Tweeds, l)ia?ouals, Piqae, Worsteds, West or Enclands and Cheviots. m\ I■ 1 .1 :T r H **■*#%# This line takes iv about FOUR HUNDRED SUITS, some of which we have sold as high as $25 per salt V I UIUU OUR R,El^^.SO3Sr HAVING UNDER CONSIDERATION THE PURCHASE OF THE ENTIRE STOCK OF A LARGE WHOLESALE CLOTHING ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 May 1890

8 QUICK WORK. A Santa Rosa Incendiary Justly Punished. Arrested Last Friday and Sent to San Qaen tin Yesterday. Collapse of i Big Bridge at Vancouver. fatal Runaway Accident at . . San Jose. Special by the California Associated Press. Santa Rosa, May 13.— W. M. Alexander was arraigned before the Superior Court to- day, and pleading cullty to the charge of arson was sen tenced to two years' imprisonment at San Quen ttn. Thereby hangs a story of a crime quickly fastened upon the guilty one and wltb punish. ment following almost as swiftly. In September last Alexander and tils brother purchased for $2300 seven and a half acres of laud about two miles northwest from Santa Rosa. Intending to to Into the chicken-raising business. The vent ure was not a success and one of the brothers went East about three months ago, after deeding bis interest to the other. The property, Includ ing a dwelling and barn, was mortgaged for f 200 to I'uivylier, from whom It was purchased, and for $1000 to a m...

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. — 15 May 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO. 176. AMERICAN WOMEN. Words of Praise for Sybil San derson. Eantington's Daughter Tiring of Her Princely Husbani HatzTeldi's Passion for Gambling Breaks Out Again— Mrs. Frank Leslie to Be Married. Special by tbe California Associated Press. London, May 14.— Mrs. Emily Crawford in London Truth writes entertainingly of the prominent American ladies at Minister Reid's ball at Piiris. Among them is Miss Sybil Sanderson of San Frincisco. She says she is splendid company ta natural in conversation as if she had never been on the stage. She was dressed in white, an I was accompanied by her mother aud three eisters. Ic this connection Mrs. Crawford prints the following, which refers to Hunting ton's son-in-law. Prince Hatzfeldt: "A young American lady, who married not long since in haste a German Prince of a non-sovereign hcuse, who was al ways banging around the circus and f tables, is said to be repenting at leisure. His passion for gambling, which was smoldering for want ...

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. — 15 May 1890

2 KENTUCKY DERBY. Eiley, Guided by Ike IHnrphf, Wins by Fire Lengths. Eobe»pierre, the Hot Favorite, Can Oaly Bun Third, Bill Letclier Takin? the Place. Park Speed Track Notei. The Kentucky Derby, at one lime the most promiuent and talked about spring raclue event of Hit? season, and wiitcli seems now to attract but little alteution, was run at Louisville, Ky., yesterday. Only six contestants faced tbe starter, and, as in tue i>as 1, tbe favorite was easily defeated- Kobesnierre was made a strong choicein the post betlluK. clo-ine at G to 5. Kiley, Ed Corrican's colt, wbo sold favorite lu tbe ovei uti:lit polling, aud li oin opening ia llie day's bctiini: at Sto 5 receded to 4to 1. won easily in 2:45 from Bill Leictier, Uie second choice iu tbe betting at 3 to 1. Yestei iracK was very lieavy, as Uie lime (2:45) shows. Lastyeu Si ukaue won, de feating the favorite, Proctor Knott, a 1 to 3 favorite, by a sliorl neck, In 2:34Va tirUMA&V. Tiie Kentucky Derby, for three-year-olds,...

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. — 15 May 1890

IT WAS A CASTOR. Proof That Clicnoweth Mistook _ It for a Pistol. Intereit Increasing in the Arndd Trial- Humbsr of Witne«se« Testify on Be hi!f of the State. Interest In tlie Arnold trial Is Increasing ana toe crowds tliai flock to Judne llurpliy's couif luoru to listen to tlie iiroceedlugs er»w lareer <Jajr by day. Vestciday morning tbe n.enibmof llie Gar- Ef 5s laimiy, clad In deepest mournlug, weie early on band, autl llieii lean Honed freely as tbe wit stsses dcialled tlie events of tue uagedy. Arnold Is still accompanied in court by Ills two brolliers, aud tbey listen eagerly to every wutd ottered. Wrien (lie clerk rawed for silence at 10 o'clock jrtttiday morning tlie prosecution placed Jobn Fatlcj ou lue Bland. Said Mr. Farley: " Tliere wcrea number ol iceollemeo lu my saloon— tbe Stcbelien— uu Hie niglit .ol tbe altercation lie l«eeu GaiuesH and tbe defendant. Among Ibeiu «ere Heurs. llait and Ward. The first Inlluia tiuu 1 Lad of any trouble was wlicn Hart came to me an...

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. — 15 May 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Han a larger circulation than any other -newspaper published in San Francisco. Flilll.l CATION OFFICE: rrr Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock p. <m. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Jlarket . f tr< el. near Kearny.open until 12 o'clock midnight; SB9 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock; 603 Larkln street, open until 9:30 Clock, and 251S •■issiuu street, open until 9 o'clock r. m. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: JIAILY CALL (Including Sundays); SB per year by nail. postpaid: 16 cents per week, or 63 cents per calendar month through carriers. I>AILY CALL, five ' ccples three months. $6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve r»ges), SI SO per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL aid WEEKLY CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. WEEKLY CALL (eight pages), »1 25 per year, post litld. Clubs often (sent to one address), $lv. AUCTION SAl.i:s TO-I)AY. Ft-RNm kk.— By Geo. F. Lainson. at 924 Geary St.. at 11 o'clock. 1 i riKK. — By Win, llutterficld, at 202 yj l'owell st., at 11 o'clock. . WEATHER I'KEDI...

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. — 15 May 1890

BI'STNESS CHAKCES. - Cfc9.-,(k PARTNER WANTED ~TO ATTEND '• _UVJ. the Inside portion in a good business on Market St.; clears at least $150 per month; not an omce business; sure to double; a full investigation • allowed. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kcarny st. It SfelVOfl PART CASH; HARBERS. ATTI.N- -•P 1 -""' tlon— A fine chance for a good man to matte money; located in a fine Interior town 011 rail- road; a good bouse and lot Included; established for years. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kearny st. it <-.A(. COFFEE SALOON; FINE STAND ON ■tii'jUU, Montgomery St.: good trade; best rea- sons forseUinj._Ap»ly K. KENNY, '•'-' Kemrny st.lt * 99 \(\ • PAPER ROUTE FOR SALE; CLEARS — .i O\J. $105 per month: $1111111 of above . amou t can remain and be paid out of tbe prontsof the route; is upon one ol our most promiuent morning papers: ouly requires 2Vb boors' alteutlon each mornlug; is in the center of ihe business por- tion of the city; any one can run this: you ran have :so days' irUl before you buy: Is ...

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. — 15 May 1890

6 FEKSONAI.S. />EORGF.-BRIDGET YOU MET AT THE MAS- \> queradc would like to see yoa on Harrison st. toou. ■■■ ■- lt» SEND ORDERS FOR MARTIN'S GROUND CoUee to 5 California st. mylS 3t« [?OR LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S FINE UNDER- r we*r, to order. Room 14-', Bancroft Hldng. 15 1m AT 126 KEAKNY, ROOM 9, YOU CAN BOBROVT money at tow rates; private rooms for ladies; pledges for sale; take elevator. au7 tt ARTIN'S GROUND COFFEE BEATS THEM all. 6 California st. my!s St* J. MOONEY, FORMERLY OF VAN NESS • ave. and Market St., also of Point Lobos and First aves.. Invites the patronage of his former friends at his new place of msines-4, W. cor. Fonr- tcenlh, < hureli and Market sts. myl6 3t» lI 'EN HELL PHILLIPS-PLEASE SEND VOIR M address to J. I'ORTER. 812 Church st. lt« f\ IVE MAKTIN'S COFFEE A TRIAL; YOU WILL \J ose no other. S California St. myls 3t* NOW IS YOUR TIME TO PACK YOUR BUTTER- -3 rolls finest l'olnt Reyes fresh butter, fl; 2 rolls best Petaiuma fresh butter, 55c. and good ü...

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. — 15 May 1890

; : . • ' — } -*-- , --- - - ■- - :.,/... . ■ „ 3S^C. J. F"I_i^^."VIIT A, CO. _____ ' - _______ ■ ■ ' ■■■' "^ " —•■ • • *■*£*>.— -.. . .■ ....... . , $0 fsfl WILE r C CHASE YOU THIS WEEK A SUIT OF CLOTHES, WARRANTED ALL WOOL, LINEN STITCHED AND CUSTOM ti&_\ €\t\ _\_ 4t% P ff_ WILL PURCHASE AS FINE A WALKING SUIT AS CAN HE FOUND IN THFTTTY AT FROM fti? TO *« WP irr DIJ mm UUI tUT ' WORTH ANYWHERE FROM $13 t, $17, AND IF SOT AS REPRESENTED ABOVE YOUR PURCHASE MONKV WILL BE V« USl\l -I hi] ASK AN EXAMINATION OF THESE SUITS. We gnarantee each : raraent Tand warrant the same all wiSf'aiid of iSa €* 1 0 Kfl OiOU CUEERIULLY REFUNDED. m IHIJIOU (H I lislJli domestic mul imported cloths, as Cassimeres, Tweeds, Diagonals, Piqne, Worsteds., West of Erisrlands and Thcrlots. | OIDU ' ifwiww This line takes in about FOUR HUNDRED SUITS, some of whioh we We sold as hi»h as $25 per suit I UIUU Ca»r*J? LJ i' l " l^c^ JcJLi _^^^iL- S^^^ CT J HAVING UNDER CONSIDERATION THE PURCHASE OF THE ENTIRE...

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. — 15 May 1890

8 FATAL RUNAWAY. A Woman Killed by Jumping From a Hack. Lumber Mills at San Bernardino Destroyed by Fire. A Washington Murderer Sentenced to Be Hanged — A Longshoreman at Seattle Mortally Injured. Special by the California Associated Friss. Sackamknto, May 14.— Mrs. Emma J>. Burt ol tins city was killed tbis morning about 4 o'clock, by jumping from a back. She came lu in San Francisco on the delayed Oregon train and erjgaged a hack at tbe depot. The driver alighted and opeued the door for her and she stepped In. Tlie door was then closed, but be fore the cabman could gain bis seat Hie horses started on a run. The d ilver succeeded In grasplug tlie bridle of one ot the animals, however, but by this time the borses were excited, and be was thrown agaiuMoueof the poles supporting aslgu. The collision broke bis hold, lie fell to the ground, aud the frantic team dashed up Secoud street lo 1. and theuc« to Tbiid. The lady, rendered half crazed by her rerilom position, opeued the door o...

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. — 16 May 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO. 177. POTTER EXPLAINS. His Speech at the Cobdeo Club Modified, . h Favor of Limiting the Number of Chi nese Immigrants to America. The Policy of Wholly Closing Our Ports to the People of a Particular Na tion Condemned. Sped*'. I'y ttic California Assorted Press. London, May 15.— Totter has written a letter in explanation of his remarks on the Chinese question at the Cohdou Club, when ha criticized the anti-Chinese law* In ttie United States, and declared that the Chinese were more dreaded for their virtues than for their vices. He says he did not mean to be understood as favoring unlim ited Chinese immigration, but in limited numbers they are no mure harmful than other races or classes, lie admits that leg islation restricting the number of Chinese to be annually landed is necessary, but he condemns the policy of wholly closiug the ports to the people of one nationality while leaving them open to others who are no mure desirable us citiz ns. ♦ BKITISH COMMONS. B:<...

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. — 16 May 1890

2 CRAFT AND GUILD. Carpenters Are Conceded Eiglit- Hour Wages. ' a. Quiet Day Among tbs Moldere— President Valentine's Statement Regaiding a Bepsrted Interview. The members of Carpenters' Union, No. 22, yesterday made a. demand upon tlieir employers for $3 50 a day for eight hours' work, instead of $3 20, which the builders and contractors bad decided upon paying for the shortened hours of labor. It was the first decisive step which the journoymen bad made toward carrying out tbeir resolution passed last week of de manding $3 50. It was at lirst looked upon as an individual matter, and that the union would not indorse any movement tending toward a strike. Uelying upon this, the contractors drew up their agret-ir.eut for signatures of mem bers of tlie Builders' Association, to the tllVcl that they would not i>ay more than 40 cents an hour for eight hours' work. It w as obligatory upon the members to secure the signatures of three-fourths of those be- ntiiij; to the association bei...

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