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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 May 1890

BIRTHS— MARRIAGES— DEATHS. •; XX MORS. SCnONKELD— In this city. May 10. 1890, to the wife of Louis Schonfcld, a sou. BECKER— In tins city, May 11, 1890, to tlie wire of Ariam Bt-i-ker. a -rtn. MAKKIfCD. caxxahah— Callahan— in this city. May 11, 18S0, at St. Bridget'! CHurcn, l»y the Her. Father Foley, T. J. Callahan and Alice 1-- Callahan. HUBBARD— In Oakland, April 30. 1890, by the Rev. Dr. H. D. Lathrop. William D. Swan of Cambridge, Mass.. »nd Mary Wlnlhrop Hub- bard of Oakland. CRUMB— HAN I)FORD-In Oakland, May 14. IS9O. • by the Rev. G. W. Hothwell. Krlear i. Crumb or Tucson, Ariz., and May B. llanfurd of Oakland, ROBINSON— MIX-In this city. May 14, 1890. by the Rev. N. L. Rowcll, 1). I)., Albert A. Robinson of San Krancisco aua Lola E. Mix or sauta Bar- bara. STURM— ERNST— In city. May 3, 1890, Carl Sturm and Mrs. Anna Krust. MULLER— DELAHDNTV— In this city, May 14, I 890, by in*' Key. Father Smith, John Mull t-r and Man* lielaaunty. both of Sau Francisco, BIORDAN— In this cit...

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. — 18 May 1890

8 THE CALL'S QUERY COLUMN. Known Historical Facts Concern ing Memorial Day. Proving Dp by a Widow-Pay of Whalers. Gems and Their Latguage-Observ- - ance of May Say. The Call's Query Column Is conducted with a view to aid all seekers alter knowledge of geu eral Interest. Caleb one-liens will not receive any attention. No opinion will be given tv this column reuard lna the reliability or character of auy person or firms in this cllv or elsewhere. Questions, answers to which are In the nature of an advertisement, will not be answered. Every inquiry must bave ibe true and full name of the sender, as weil as ihe correct resi dence. . Any Inquiry that has not llie cor real mini* nod address of the sender wilt be treated as If it was not sinned, and the writer need Dot expect au answer. Memorial Day — C. £. L., Bnzeman, .1 Mont. Memorial day (April 26th) Is a i legal holiday In Alabama and Georgia, — '--■and (May 30th) In Cslllornla, Colorado, Connecticut, Dakota (that was), lowa, Illinois...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 May 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. HORRORS OF THE INDIAN MUTINY. „ ■y.riflMi. . nim|||lj|||||HM|l|llli ' ■ The Battle of Cawnpore and Re- Tolling Disclosures That Followed lt. THE ELOOD-STAINED EUNGALOW. The Route of Nana Sahib's Army. Men Who Fought Against Fearful Odds Spirited Cavalry Charges. Exciting Scenes and Events of the Memorable Rebellion De scribed by an Eye-Witness. Written for Tin: Sunday Call. iJ"?*^FTEP_ a most harassing night-march »t_»4'V in order of battle over a most iliffl. I \A.,I cult country, we were ordered at 4 o'clock in the morning to halt and lie upon our arms for an hour or two. Owing to the scarcity of water and food, the terrible heat of an Indian July night; the beavy and wet Daddy or lice fields that we bad to almost wade through anil the constant and con tinuous charge of the enemy's cavalry on our Hunks and rear, causing us to form squads to resist them eveiy ten or fifteen minutes, we were completely worn out. After throwing out pickets, we lay on our arms whero we...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 May 1890

10 PUZZLING ILLUSIONS, HOW EFFECTED. Results That Baffle Keenest Eyes Attained by the Use of Mir- . rors and Other Devices. GHOSTS WALK. SPHINXES TALK Tricks by Which Showmen Conjure Shekels Into Their Coffers— An Instance in Which a Patent Did Not Provide a Monopoly. MOST people find a sort of fascination In .'tilings very like yet unlike nature, whica i are close imitations oi the genuine artl —" ' -*-* cie and yet are lacking lv some of the essential particulars. . Good "illusions" aud "automata" are always in demand Id proportion to their excellence. Still, so great aie th difficulties lv the way of producing tliem, anil so ureal ihe Ignorance re gaining their manufacture, even by those who have foi years handled them, that those worthy ol au extended history are comparatively few. "Automata" were commenced very early in the world's history. Homer describes Vulcan as having made "tripods that moved on wheels," and i'lato ami Aristotle both wrote ol "statues Invented by Daedalus ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 May 1890

THE THEATERS AND THE PLAYERS. A Welcome Break at Last in the Monotony' of Local Show Business. FRESH OFFERINGS ALL ROUND. Rhea at the Baldwin— Crane at the Bush— Sothern at the California. New Piece at the Alcazar The Tivoli Takes Up an Old Favor ite—General Mention. Tire present week opens with bright promise to theater-goers. All the principal bouses oiler Lew bills aud some new laces, aud we ought Ili c ore to have a bust ling time In the slio w world from this forward. Tbe flrsi* nigiiters will be bothered to divide tlieirat leu 1 1 on be- Wm^Sma "■' €7' lr%r^yr '_. <-;'. :'.~- - - r " /■- » tiii^^y^^^^fi-i $1 f^szsz^^*** seating as do— and the details of which will be found In the columns of The Call this morning— new plays as well as old and tried ones, with companies lully able, according to all accounts, to fitly Interpret them. Crane rushes to bis place on tbe Bush street stage as if blown there by a strong easi erly wind. Kbea comes more easily and daintily to the Baldw...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 May 1890

12 STATESMEN BOUND FOR THE CAPITOL Familiar Faces and Evcry-Bay Scenes on Pennsylvania Avenue. GAY SENATORIAL EaUIPAGES. Speaker Reed En Route to the Scene of Legislation — Bright Lights of State Delegations. The Clan-na-Gaels— A Brace of Georgians-- Members Who Miss the Prayers. 9* ,lIE door of the House of Representa wK_ livos is thrown open to the public at jlf^ '.l o'clock every morning. Half an hour after this Representatives begin to ap pear open the avenue on their way to the Capitol. Committee meetings are usually held at 1" o'clock in the forenoon. Many Congressuen live a mile or mere from the Capitol. Those who walk there allow them selves full half an hour to reach it. As 11 o'clock approaches the stream setting to ward the marble building Increases. Uy twenty minutes of twelve hansom cabs and private carriages containing Repre sentatives 101 l toward Capitol Hill. The rich member does not always ride, nor does the poor member always walk. Many have equipages of their own...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 May 1890

A X Cr_ , 10 test I"*"", ■""fr __ _»••_ Xki ~X+THE Act ®F /•/.___?•___?*•> - kk I ■ *"* J V-* lo * \«/ 1 F77 -W^^m '-^v £&-//&' 'm _*****X A ROMANCE OF RUSSIA AND SIBERIA, By Prince Josef Lubomirski, Author of " Safar-Hadji, a Story of Turkistan," etc. COPYRIGHT M.lO. BY META de VEEE. CHAPTER XVI.— CONTINUED. •Tana and Vladimir were left alone. The whole tenderness that tilled their beans re vealed lt«ell In words. In toons and iv em braces. Vladimir looked at Jana, as pure end fair as ever, and wondered that she bud not changed, be had so otten feared that her early sorrows might injure her beauty. The two young people exchanged thoughts and senti ments with wonderful rapidity, . telling each other everything that had happened since their enforced separation. "Many a time I should have died," said Vladi mir, "if I had not thought of you. That thought strenshtened me In cv iy situation. Do you le member t lie day when you told me one of your strange dreams? Well, one nigh...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 May 1890

14 SOME FAVORITE FISH FOR FOOD. Interesting Facts Abont the Finny Tribes, Far anil Near. THE FOOD PROBLEM OF THE DAY. Acclimatization of Various Sorts. Some Modes of Catching — The Beam - Trawl Fishing as Prac ticed in Great Britain— Dressing, Sorting and Grading. Written for Thk Sunday Cali. PPVHE world's population grows apace, v|*-'r and as ' l E rows must lie fed. The in uWzv troduction of good, cheap food, from new sources, is as welcome as it is neces sary. The aid of science has been invoked to help to solve the knotty problem of the hour, and nowadays canned fish and fruits, frozen meats and liquid extracts are trans ported from the source of oversupply to the ceuter of demand. Perhaps in scarcely any direction have bigger strides been made than In ttie utili zation -of our food-fishes. Varieties that were supposed to be indigenous to one set of waters lave been successfully trans planted to others at tire extreme end of the globe. Fish compliments have been inter changed wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 May 1890

VOLUME LXVII— NO. 180. TERRIFIC EXPLOSION Over Fifty Persons Killed or Wounded. Hie Disastrous Result of a Fire at Havana. The Object of King Leopold's Mission to England— He Fears Another Great War Is Imminent. Special byitbe California Associated Press. - Havana. May 18.— A hardware store, in which was stored a quantity of powder, was destroyed by fire here last night. While the fire was raging the firemen en deavor, d to subdue it, when a tremendous explosion occurred, bring down the walls, which caused a frightful crash, scattering burning brands for several blocks. Over fifty persons were killed or wounded, among the number being five chiefs of the fire departments, several other firemen, a number of policemen and the resident Consul for Venezuela. The calamity is one of the most disastrous that has oc curred in this city for many years. The financial loss is uuestimaled. Many human limbs have been taken from the ruins. The proprietor of the hardware store lias been arrested. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 May 1890

2 * , ~ — -,~y^~, MISCELLANEOUS. . ■- . [ s WHO HAS NOT HEARD OF OUR WONDERFUL SUIT SALE THAT \ convulsed San Francisco from center to circumference last winter ? The wry | best dressed men in town are the men who bought suits during that memorable | sale. $ THIS "WKRK WE INAUGURATE ANOTHKU KUITBALK, which, ■ ! for attraction, novelty and pluck, puts to shame any "11ARGA1N OFFERING" « ever made by any solvent mercantile concern in the civilized world. - > WE STAND THE LOSS! j YOU CAN WEAR THE SUITS! [ This spring. in taking an onward and upward step in the clothing business, 3 we manufactured about :;r>o<> Gentlemen's and Young Gentlemen's Finest Suits — jj suits that were made finer than any that had ever been shown ready-made in this s or any other city, being cut by the best cutters in the land and made by the best i, journeyman tailors that money could secure. h They are equal in fit, fabric and finish to any S3O, $40 or $50 suits produced j by the most fashionable m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 May 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD A Week's Doings in Society Eecorded. Wedding of Mr. M. S. Wilson and Miss Carroll. The O'Connor Luncheon on Wednes day Afternoon. The Mills Dinner on Octavla Street Last Tuesday. • ■ Marriage of Mr. Francis H. Pitman and Miss Mason. The Snell Seminary Entertainment Across the Bay. The Johnson Reception at Los Angeles Last Week. Nttptials of Mr. Edgar D. Crumb and Miss M. E. Hauford. H The Central Presbyterian (lunch An niversary lie union. The Usual Hop by the Guests of Hotel del Monte. Wedding of Mr. Louis Mocser and Miss Lups Gaxiola. The Delta Sigma Society Entertain ment on Thursday. Movements of San Franciscans During the Past Week. Engagement Notes— Private Entertainments. Club Gatherings-Parties and Picnics to Take Place-Etc. The month of May lias reached Us zenith, and still me interest In social matters 19 steady, It not lively. The sun was kind last week ;i-ni deigned ii> show us the lull extent ol Ills power In mak- Ing faith hat'iiahK In consequence o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 May 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL nil* • larger circulation than any other siiaiicr )innH»lied In San Francisco. PCBLICATION OFFICE: f?R Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock p. m. KRAXCH OFFICES: 710 Market ftreet, near Kearny, open until IS o'clock midnight; 539 Hayes street, open nntil 8:30 o'clock: 603 l.ai'Un street, open until 8:80 o'iock, and 2513 liissiou Etrett, o;ijn until 9 o'clock p. m. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: • PAILT CALL (Including Sundays), *6 per .year by trail, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, 11 vo iil'if.- three mouths.?©" 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve ] ages), *1 60 per year. postpaid. SUNDAY CALL ai.d WEEKLY CALL $2 61) per year, postpaid. WKEKI.Y CALL (elßtit pages), »1 25 per year, post laid, flubs of ten pent to one addrtss). $10. AUCTION SALES TO-DAY, KrnNi-rrßK.— lly Geo. K. Lainsou. at 2705 Bush St.. at 1 1 o'clock. Saloon.— By Chas. Levy, at 114 Grant are., at 11 o'ClO,-k. : wi:atih:i; I'RKDH'TIONS. PinNAi. SK...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 May 1890

mSTNESB CHANCES. _^ $9^oo £ AKT CASH; HOTEL FOR SALE: A —o\'\.r. tine mechanics' hotel of 52 rooms, tine liar-room and dining-room, etc., in best business lo- cation in the city: full or roomers; low rent; clear- Ing $2500 per annum; best reasons for selling: thor- < ; ..ir> established. Apply K. KENNY, 33 Kearny.l Ml I. 1.1 ATTENTION; FINE STOKE IN ONE of our finest Interior towns doing a good busi- ness and Increasing all the time: bargain; best or reasons given. Apply K. KENNY, 22 Kearny st. It Oil (Hi CORNER GROCERY. STORE FOR • v 1 1 \J\J. sale: prominent location south or Mar- ket; rooms ror family ; good business in store aud bar. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kearny St. 1 : Q7F.n CLEARS $200 PER MONTH; EITHER <?•""• lady or gentleman: candy-store for sale; one ot the best locations cm Market st; employs a competent man to run it; owner is compelled to leave the city: you can have a month's trial before buying. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kearny St. It Q^llfl A FINE INVESTMENT; CLEARING...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 May 1890

6 THE SOCIAL WORLD. ( r Uvutd frcm^Third rage.) Nostrand; Florence, Miss Emily Flei«chman; Miss Anasla-iii ait. Auburn, Miss K. Ryan; Ca llmily (Sarah Downey), Miss Hazel Montairue. Without particularizing, it Is enough to say thai the well-known play was a success, aljhougu it may not be out of place to single out . *';•"""£" Ban lor Ins consistent acting, which was dl »" tincllv or a professional order of excellence. A tali-sized audience enjoyed the drama, winch was followed by dancing to tbe excellent music of The" uffl C c'er9 l and members o! i.lie club are as follows: President, Will Lonergan; Yice-Tresl ■ieni, Geoige A. Klsenliauer; Secietary, Miss Mamie de Lury; Treasurer, Walter G. O' linen; Sentinel, K. 11. lirriaud Jr.; stage manager. Sol Kraus. TUe courteous committees ol me even ing were composed as follows: Reception Com mittee — Miss Mamie Schma'.llug (Chairman), Miss Carrie Hamliu, Miss Grace I)avie«, Miss Foil Mout.isue, Miss Med* navies. Miss Eliza Montague, Messr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 May 1890

CITIZEN SOLDIERY. A Season of Unusual Actirily in the Second Brigade. The Artillerists' Late Exhibition— In spection Beport of Company C. Notes it Random. These «re busy days In the Second Bri gade. X. G. C. The First Infantry was in the midst of a series of spiritless battalion drills when the order for the brigade drill came, which has since been postponed until next Monday evening, notwithstanding in correct and published reports thai the postponement is for an indefinite period. Company F gallantly permitted itself on Friday evening at a church fair to be out drilled by the "Kate Greenaway Guard" of young ladies, commanded by the First Ser geant of the company. The Nationals, besides the company and battalion drills, have been and are further more drilling a picked carps for the excur sion to Kapa on the 31st, and also took part in the review and dress parade with the cadets on Friday evening. The extra drilling in the Second Artillery pr ad a fitting and praiseworthy end at the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 May 1890

8 COLLAPSED TOO EARLY. Cahill Pitched Good Ball for Four Innings. Then the Colonels Had a Picnic With Patsy. Harper Struck Oat Eleven of the Friieos it Sac ramento and Wins for His Side Con testa Among Amateurs. The new Eastern battery signed by the Stockton management did not arrive in the Slough City until 10 o'clock yesterday morning, and it was then too late to make train connection with this city. A largo number of people, outside those who attend a ball game whenever one is played, was at the Haunt-street grounds in the afternoon to see Kilroy and Root in the points for the Sin Joaquiu club, and although dis appointed by the failure of the Easterners to put in an appearance, the spectators saw a good game of ball. The weather was very cold and disagree able, and altogether it was a miserable day for sitting through the contest, yet few people left before the play finished. The audience was small in comparison with the attendance of the previous Sunday, but the magnates appeare...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 May 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO. 181. INTENSE SUFFERING. A Famine in Cuba Caused by Drought," Istlie Senegals Sustain Great Loss in a Battle With French Troops. Stanley's Romance— Once Rejected by Miss Tennant Because He Dyed His Hair — Strikes Ended. Special by the California Associated Press. Havana, May 10.— TUe drought has assumed alarming proportion and me misery and want ol the Inhabitants Is awful. The tobacco crop Is poor; the corn cop li totally lost and the country people are without food or money. Auentlie family In Vuella-Abaja, sui cided because they had nothing to eat. Cattle ate dying In great a everywhere. STANLEY'S ROMANCE. Once Rejected by Kits Teunant Became He Dyed His Hair. London, Way — It was learned to-day that Stanley years ago proposed marriage to Miss Teni.ant, but she refused him because lie dyed bis hair. Among the party who welcomed Stan ley M Dover ou bis re'.uin from Africa was i-kinnrti Buidelt Colitis. She Informed Stanley tlmt if lie -nil loved Miss Trnnaiit she w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 May 1890

2 GRAZED BY JEALOUSY. A Dnal Tragedy in an Ellis-street House. Edward Fladnng Shoots and Kills Hi« Wife and Ihm Wonndi Him«elf-A Strange Dying Statement. The sayluc that great crime* generally suc ceed one another t>y Mime Miaiifre penoloßlcal law bis be n exemplified by the criminal record or ihe last few dny«. Immedlaiely following the sensational suicide . on the Oakland boat on Sunday night dimes a dual tragedy, which occurred last night and which was prompted by the same motive—jeal ousy. The circumstances of the ease bo to show the man In love, the tickle woman, and the tragic results followed by dl-covery. On Sunday morning Mrs. May Fl.idung. who passed as the wile of Edward Ffadnng, a brick contiactor, called at 52C Kills street, a lodging bouse kept by Mr*. M. R. Jacobs, and secured a suite of room!) on the first Boor. She stayed there during (tie day and night ana yesterday begau moving in her tilings About 6 o'clock tier husband called and asked for his wife. . They we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 May 1890

A PLOT OF DEATH. The Fatal Shooting Described by D. H. Arnold. * Circumstances of the Traeeay in the Saloon. Defendant Private Character. Gars ess' Pistol. Yesterday began ttie third week of (be trial 61 D. H. Arnold for the killlne of Samuel W. Gar ness In the Peerless Saloon on the 30tli ol Jan uary last. As usual the courtroom was crowded and among the more interested spectators were twenty or thirty or Arnold's Colusa friends. - The defendant looked more cheerful than at any previous time rluriuij the trial, and when his name was called Immediately took his place upon the stand and resumed his narrative of the events which led up to the tragedy. He identi fied a coty of [he Evening Post containing a copy of the article relating to the circulars, which Garness had sent to that paper, and staled fur ther that a marked copy of the paper had been sent him through the mail. Subsequently Harness had told him that he (i;»i ness) had sent It to let him know what was Koine on. Subsequent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 May 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Baa a larger circulation than any other newspaper published In San Francisco. PUBLICATION OFFICE : r rIT Montgomery street, near Clay, open nntll 11 o'clock r. if. l-.RANCU OFFICES: 710 Market trrcet.ncar Kesrny.open until 12 o'clock niiilniKht; 539 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: uo:l LaxUn street, open until 9:30 Clock, and -'510 Mission street, opsn until 9 o'clock r. m. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: DAILY CALL (including Sundays), »6 per year by mil, postpaid: IS coats per week, or 65 cents per calendar month tnrongll carriers. DAILY CALL, five Copies ilirce months, ft! 25. SITS DAY CALL (twelve rages), si 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL aid WEEKLY (ALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. WEEKLY CALL (elgbt pages). $1 25 per year, post 1 md. Clubs or tea (sent to one addrtss), »10. SVECIA.L NOTICE FOR THE SI MM Kit MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend going to the country dur ing tin- summer months can nave THE DAILY CALL mailed to them for a week or longer at regular sub « r...

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