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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 April 1890

THE MORNING GALL. The Largest, Brightest and Most Reliable of All the Dailies. VOL. LXVII.-NO. 137. A GENUINE SURPRISE. Bofllanger Resolves to Return to Paris, The Announcement of the Exiled General Dne to Many Reasons. He Is Said to Be In Great Financial Straits. Will Try to Carry the Coming Municipal Election?. Special by the California Associated Press. London, April s.— Boulanger has resolved to return to France Immediately, and will to-night leave Jersey and proceed direct to Uiauvi.le, a fortified seaport In the Department of Manelie. bis intention Is to co from Uranville to Furls. PARIS, April s.— The conference in Jersey and the report that Boulauger may teturu to France has set all Fails to talking abnut the brave Gen eral. Indeed, the chief of the l'aitle Natiouale Is nothing if not sensational. and he is of the opinion that he is never sensational unless he keeps moving along. There aie pressing reasons assigned by his enemies for his taking Instant action, the most poten...

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. — 6 April 1890

2 TURF EVENTS AT SAN JOSE. The First Day o! the Blood- Horse Meeting. Del Mar Captures tbe latrodnction Stakes in a Clcse Fmisn. RcCias Comes In First in the Vendome Stakes acd Rinfax Also a Winner. Faustine's Great Race. Special \>y tlie California Assoetated Press. San Jobs, April s.— San Jose's Blood-horse Association Is assured of two important factors in the success of its second spring meeting, com mencing to-day— perfect weather and a first t'la«s conditioned fast track. The probable light fields, due a great deal to tlio very wet weather which has prevailed all winter, preventing tht) entries lot the earlier spring events getting into condition, will unfortunately, it Is feared, affect the attendance of horsemen, espt'Ci:i+iy the Sau Francisco contingent, of whom only the regular chronic race-goers have as yet put in an api ear a:ice up to noon to-day. A round of the stables at the Agricultural Park, over which track the races will be run, showed the following siables to ...

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. — 6 April 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. THE FIELD OF SPORT. La Blanche and Young Mitchell Sign Articles. A Foot-Hace at Central Park— Yachtsmen Get ting Beady for the Season— The Wrest lers—Pigeon-Shooting. n?^nF. line weather of the past few {■■Ijjc. weeks has greatly added to the pleas- JlfcS are of athletes, who have lost no time since the completion of the Olympic Club's new grounds to take advantage of the op portunities offered for traiuiua outside of the club-rooms. In fistic circles life still prevails, and judging from the gatherings which assem ble at the club-rooms on exhibition nights, the sport gives every promise of a long con tinuance, at least while the Democratic Friuce holds in Dower. Pigeon-shooting will be well patronized this summer. Several clubs have been organized since the close season for game birds. The disciples of angling me In high spirits, and a very Rood season is assured. Yachtsmen are making active prepara tions for the summer cruises. ATHLETIC SrOBIS. Speedy Men Who Will ...

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. — 6 April 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL ' ' Has a larger circulation than any other newspaper published in San Francisco. PUBLICATION OFFICE : ' f55 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 * o'clock i. it. BRANCH OFFICES:. 710 Market Mriet. near Keaniy, open nntil 12 o'clock midnight; SS9 Hayes street, open until 9:30 •••lock: 603 ; Lafkin street, open until 9:30 otoct, and 'Jala ' Si .'ii street, v pen until 9 o'clock p. m. ; * ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES: PAH V CALL (Including Sundays), $8 per year by trail", postpaid : 15 cents per week-, or 65 cents per ' cslmdar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, nve copies three months. ?8 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve pages), si 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL ii:.<\ WEEKLY CALL $2 50 per year, postpaid. VEEKLY i ALL (tight pages), SI 26 per year, post . laid. Clubs of ten (sent tooiK>a<lilr<-*<'. $1& ,° .' WEATHER PREDICTIONS. SroNAt. Skrvick, U. S. ArcMV,") • * Division ok in; Pacific, S • i San Francisco. April 5. 1880-5 r. K.J Synopsis for the P...

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. — 6 April 1890

— ■ CITY KKA_ EijTATK. V i!|)(l COX. BUCHANAN AND FELL — (Ji/uuU. House or 6 rooms and bath: all mod- em conveniences; lot 30x70; rents $65; brick foundations, etc. 0. H. UMBSIN .v (>'.. 14 Mont- gomeryst. ■ - . . ; ■ >p6 Bt StiTuTh »QQC.A POST, NEAR SCOTT— HOUSE OF 4 «E)OO«JU. rooms; stable, etc.: reuts *12 50; lot 25x137:6. (i. H. TJMbS£N 4 CO., 14 Montgomery street. - ,-ipu 3t SuTuTh- ©in r\(\(\ FINE HOUSE OF 7 BOOMS AND tJpIv.V'UU. bath: all modern Improvements: stone, sidewalks- lot '-'sxloo. on Ellis, near r-u- -chanan. north line. li. H. UMBSEN * CO., 14 Montgomery st. apb 3t SnTnTli C* IliiX* ABAK(iAIN:COTTAGEOFBItOOMS «JD*IU\JI". and bath and all modern improve- ments- rentss3-: on Castro st., near 15th: lot 25x 75, G . H. I'.MUSKN a CO., 14 Montgomery. St sutt CO nn CHEAP; 2-STORY HOUSE IN STOKE 3SOOv/V. and flit; lot 23:6x105. to a rear street; on 17rli si . r..:ir church: street work complete: part tasli. U. H. fIIiSEN _ CO., 14 Montgomery. 3t sutt ©97 Art 20T1IST....

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. — 6 April 1890

6 HOCSES TO LET. HOWARD ST., BET. FOURTH AND FIFTH— 8-Story brick bonding, suitable for any large busines-.s would make suitable changes for a desira- ble tenant. CHAS. ASUTON, 411 Montgomery street. ..---.. | - - ap6 lot BEALE ST., NEAR HOWARD — BUILDING with lot 46:10x137:6, suitable for any manu- facturing business requiring plenty of room: would make alterations to suit tenant. ASUTON, 411 Montgomery St. ■ ■ ap6 lot Jjrr NEW HOUSE OF 9 ROOMS. HATH AND tj I <). basement; all modern impts. ; north side of Pest St., bet. Rough and Octarla. $20— Fine flats or 6 rooms and bath each; modern Impts.: Market St., near Sanchez. Apply to T. P. BIORDAN. 8 Post- st. ; ap6tt ITIO LET— NEW HOUSE OF7 ROOMS AN BATH; X 252» Bush st.: also new flat, 1726 Devlsadero St., 6 rooms and bath, all Improvements: new store. 17:0 Devtsadero st. Apply MADISON A BURKE, «01 and 40 Montgomery st. lap 6 It TO LET— NEW HOUSE OF7 ROOMS AND BATH: 1 Bush St., near Devlsadero: rent cheap; all latest Improvements....

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. — 6 April 1890

THREE EGGS FOR EASTER SUNDAY. Sacramento's' Standing in the Per centage Column. Th; Senators Defeated for the Fifth T.me. "Lsokabaugh's Fine Bex-Work—Oak land Loses to Stockton. Ci»r bs. 0 han r ranciKoa. - . . <':,k,:.::'is. btoektona ,Sacr«un;iilos. ....i 2 i 1 i 3 3 a a 1 3 5 ..-..: I ; .500 .750 j .000 Games Lost j i— !....i I -• ibe SacrnmeuM mb Is, without doubt, Hie stroni;est lieloinn team in the California League, aud Hie players are not lacking in balling ability, yet the team lias had an imloitunato ex perience. The Senator* lost their liftti cousecu tive game yesterday, and tue defeat was again caused by a stioke of ill luck in one Inning, while lv the balance of Ibe play the visitors put up ' wimiiuc ball. Tlie game was a. very lmeiesllnu one all ibrougli, ami but for Daly's error, resuit flig from anxiety to execute a double play, it is probable that a tew extra Innings would have been necessary to attain a result. •; Ihe home club appeared to better advantage so ta...

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. — 6 April 1890

8 SERVICES FOR EASTER. Commemorative of the Rcsurrec tiou of Christ. Beautiful Decorations in the Churches, and Special Programmes of Music to Be Bendered. Services appropriate to the anniversary of tbe day on which Christ arose from the dead will be beld In the churches In this city today. Elaborate arrangements have been made and special programmes of music prepared. Itd.MAN CATHOLIC- «T. MAHYS (Hl'liCH. At St. Mary's Cathedral, on California and Dupont streets, there will be a pontifical bigb mass at 10:30 In the morning, after wlilcb Arcliblsliop Klordau will give the pontifical blessing. Haydn's " Imperial Mass," written (or tbe occasion of the coronation of tlie Em peror of Austria, will be performed by the fol lowing choir, suppoi ted by organ, orehesti a and ihe Sausom String Baud Quintel: Sopranos and altos- Misses Matilda Wilde, Ci.ua McGowan, Jennie 11 ally, Minnie Byrue, Gertrude and Emma Sausom, Mary Dei kin, Julia Sinlivan, M. Hicglns, Mrs. Madge Elder, Mrs. M. dcSilvc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 April 1890

oDNDAY EDITION. FROM ALGERIA TO SICILY. A Parting Peep at the Arab Quarter of Algiers. Ih; Moorish Bafcsars and Their Strange Oc cupants—lhe Kemarknblo Fertility of the Colony. Siccial to Tin: Sunday Call. f/ATAN'IA, Sicily, March 5, ls'.Xl.-One v does not require a week's time in Al '» germ, or to go with his eyes open mere than 200 miles from the city of Al giers in any direction in the interior, to dis cover, aside from the human interest which is absorbing on every Ik.hl, and the scenic bemties and splendors which are unex pected and surprising, that here the French have found a new empire whose possi bilities as a gaidfii sput for en joyment and material development Eur pass all ordinary calculation. The na tive interior population and their strange manners and customs have been well and fully described. The beauty ol rjaphy, the imptessiveness ol military and civil loads, the winsomeness of shaded lanes and ways, the wondrous beauty and luxuriousness of the flora, the enchantm...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 April 1890

10 THE AGE OF CLUBS ! A Romance of Russia and Siberia, by Prince Josef Lubomirski, author of " Saiar-Hadji, a Story of Turkistan," Etc. COPYRIGHT isn, BY META T>R VEBX. -Thp drizzling rain that had continued sev eral hours increased the darkness which in late autumn evenings covers St Peters burg as with a pall. The gas-lamps had , not vet been lighted in the streets and on the square adjoining the Blue Bridge the semi-circle of lamps was still dark: only here and there a faint ray of light came through the snow-windows of the large •stores on the wharf, which were always lighted early. The lons passages in the Ministry of the Interior were deserted. Here and there a lamp suspended from tho smoke-blackened and vaulted ceiling gave a little light and much bad smell. On a dirty bench, carved by awkward, Idle hands, a humble ollicial . snored aloud. It might be S o'clock. The offices on either side of the passages, resembling ceils, were almost all closed. Only now and then a ray of...

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. — 6 April 1890

WITH THE PLAYERS. "The Bcstonians" Tako <!ie Place of the Londoners. "Liter On"— Hat Godwin's "Gold Mine." KcCabo's Crmpiinientar.y— Concerts to Come— " Ecaedale"— Etc. E.ister week opens brightly for the lovers of music Tl»' favorite "Boßtonians" take the Uiikhviu from the Kendals, and we be pc will hold the stage for some weeks. They begin their engape ment with the successes of last eir engage ■:it with the - of last season, iticlud ing "Fatinit za," the beau ties of which nappy in show ;: g t tiip best advantage tban any similar organization now before the public. The . i arti.-ts— Messrs. Karl. Barnabee .and Macdonald— have carried out the origi nal ideas of the company, and now also I tl.eir work after the plan of some of eaters abroad (notably the Teatre Comique in Paris), where operas like •n" arc produced on alternate nights with those of a tighter character, the artists - selected with a view to their ability jsiully to impersonate the ridos of both schools of opera. IV...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 April 1890

12 AMUSEMENT LOVING PEOPLE. How Mnch the People of San Francisco Enjoy Dancing. A Brief Mention of Seme of the Host Promi nent Social Cub?, Among Which the Names of Nearly 100 Are Given. gbjtf*' m Jill?)' ITE city of San Francisco might as well be termed "8 city of clubs," for in do part of the Union may a city be named that can boast cf as many associations of this kind— that is, as semblies of persons who meet under certain self-imposed regulations or by law*, solely 'on pleasure bent. When ' I say nowhere else, I mean a city having an equal population. The reason of this constant pleasure-seek inK is derived from many causes. Our climate, perhaps, has the most to do with it, where eight or ten months of the year there is great attraction out of doors, and where the getting from- one place to an other is rendered so easy by the splen did street-ear system, which is, Indeed, a consideration with a large class of amuse ment-loving people. Then, again, our city is so completely cosmo...

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. — 7 April 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO. 138. TWELVE DROWNED. Result of a Mississippi Flood Casualty. Accident Caused by a Land-Slide on the Best Shore Road. I Banter Carried Over Niagara Falls. Sequel to the Newman Murder. Ihurman's Illness. Special by the California Associated Press. MExtruis, April 6.— Reports from the lower Mississippi indicate a rise more or less heavy. The river is falling rapidly at Cairo to-day, and it is expected to fall rap idly from now on. Intelligence from Arkansas City is to the effect that a party of armed men went down from the Bed Fork district and cut the levee at Boggy Bayou at Possum Forks, La., causing a dangerous crevasse. The guards on patrol were removed several days ago. The State authorities will try to close the gap. A party of negroes lately arrived in Louisiana' from North Carolina, got on an improvised raft to escape the overflow in the Bogue Yolaya, and, being unused to navigation, they ran against a stump and wrecked the raft. Twelve women and children were ...

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 April 1890

2 "CHRIST IS RISEN." ■ • T .. r. Solemn Observance of Easter JDaj;in the 'Churches. High Mesj at St. Ignatius Church and St. Mary's Cathedral— Services at Trinity. Beautiful Decorations. The joyous festival ol Easter was com memorated in the city churches yesterday with all the solemnity and beauty of Christian rites and songs of praise and thanksgiving doe so great an occasion. It would indeed be difficult to realize more beautiful sights than those revealed in the interiors of many places of divine worship, lor chancels and altars alike were arrayed in the glory of the lilies of the field. There .was such an abundant presence of these delicate white flowers amid profuse festoons and evergreen wreaths that the blooming 1 roses seemed almost forgotten. The sign of salvation was exposed to view in every shrine, but the cross was Invariably of flowers— a symbolic cross without the thorns of three days before. The services were never surpassed here in solemnity and the accompaniment of...

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 April 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD The Close of the Penitential Season. Effects of tlie Week in Society Circles. The Meagher Dinner Party Last Wednesday Evening. The Bixler Luncheon on Pierce Street on Thursday. Marriage of Mr. Edward 11. Hansen and ■ ■ Miss Wright. The DeWitt Reception Across the Bay on Friday Night. The Harrison Dinner on Pine Street Last Wednesday. Hops and Picnics at the Hotel Del Monte Last Week. Entertainment and Dance of the Sons of Vermont. An Exceedingly Dull Easter Week Anticipated. Engagement Botes— Private Entertainments. Society Personals— Parties to Taks Place— Etc. Easter week does rot bold out very much of promise, lv fact tor many seasons there has not been so dull a prospect. The announcements of marriages to take place are not numerous, and the same may be said as regards engagements. As for geneial reception* the list is unpiece dentedly meager, and although there are a few dinner and luncheon parties promised this week, tbelr number Is discouraging when viewed fr...

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 April 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL • Has a larger circulation than any olher newspaper published in San Francisco. '_■'_ PUBLICATION OFFICE: "rrs Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock r. m. BRANCH OFFICES: .710 Market street, i car Kearuy.open until 12 o'clock midnight; 859 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock; 603 Jai__lu street, open until 9:30 cloak, at.d 8518 Mission street, opan until 9 o'clock r. x. MIBSCIUPTION KATES : ' y_ f DAILY call (Including Sundays), *t> per year by nail, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 66 cents per calendar mouth through carriers. DAILY CALL, live copies three mouths. JO 25. SUNDAY' CALL (twelve rages"), *1 SO per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL un.d i i.iii.v (M.L f2 50. per year, postpaid. V EEKLY -CALL (eight pages), fl 26 per year, post is. .el. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), $10. , AUCTION SALES TO-DAY. " irrrvni'irt- Bj M. J. Simmons, at 1057 Market St.. at 11 o clock. Frttsm-SE.- By Win. Butterfield, at 701 Capp st. .at i 1 o'clock. FtrßNiTi...

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 April 1890

mi siyr.ss CHANCES. It 1 Z.l\f\ A TINE PAYING SALOON FOR SALE C LOW. at the terminus of one of our principal cable lines; is In the Immediate vicinity of one of tho wain entrances to the park and base-ball grounds; doing a very large business: well fitted up: has B we!! -tarnished rooms, with piano, etc.: a sure fortune for the right party. Apply K. KENNY, 22 Resrny st. It •till! PARTNER WANTED— SO ASSIST IN sJ._-_.VIUU. looking after the hired help, etc., In a lirst-class hotel of 120 rooms; line location across the bay- always full of first-class people: estab- lished nearly 15 years; the present owner has cleared nearly $30,000 in the last live years: you will find him one of the best-known men In the Mate and popular and respected by all: no previous experience required, but must be of steady habits (no bar) ; this is a very desirable business. Apply K. KENNY, 22 Kearny at, It Q-AA PARTNER WANTED— TO TAKE OR- .; rllH'. ders in the store and assist In looking at- tQr general deta...

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 April 1890

6 THE SOCIAL WORLD. ffn-Utivrd from Tliird J'arte.) week from Van Ness Seminary by Miss Marie Stuart of St. Paul. Miss Ashton has taken up tbe study ol art In San F'raucisco for a time. In tbe fall she will visit Miss Stuart In St. Paul for several mouths, soon after which she will go with Mrs. Gamble to Europe to pursue her stud ies. They will spend the study lime tv Pails and Rome. The last year will be spent In navel. Hon. and Airs. Charles M. Leavy have de parted for New Y'oik City, where Air. Leavy will attend the con) deuce of United States Ap- pratsers. Miss Georgia Porter of Dixon Is spending the Easter season In San Francisco. • Mrs. James D. Thornton will leave to-day for an .Indefinite sojourn In the country. Judge Thornton will occupy his apartments at tbe Oc cidental Hotel lor a couple of weeks longer. Mr. Seeley of Napa spent last Wednesday In Sau Frauclsco. Mr. J. FTouruoy of San Francisco was In Fres no last Tuesday. Miss Rosa Gilbert returned to Modesto from a visit...

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 April 1890

OLD COAL-OIL TINS. Some of tlie Uses for the Ap- parently Useless Articles. Hew They Are Gathered and Graded by Dealers — Honey, Fruit - Juices, Oi.i, Matches, Etc., Are Packed in Them. What is the destiny of an old coal-oil tin? Or hasn't it any? Except as a handy ap pendage to our neighbor's dog's tail, is there nny use for it, anyway? We know its use In the past. It has supplied the wherewithal to kill off the ants around the family sugar-barrel. As a fire-kindler, its contents have played an interesting part in furnishing experimental explosions in the kitchen stove, • it has been valuable, in, at intervals as a corrective to playful meters, containing as it did a liquid spe cially objectionable to gas (.ompauii.s, known professionally as kerosene. That has been its history when full. But how about it when empty? ... If there is not much poetry J about a greasy, battered old coal-oil tin, there is very considerable use. Somehow these old tius are generally associated with dust-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. — 7 April 1890

8 FRISCO GETS TWO GAMES. One by Forfeiture, a Second by Stick-Work. The Colonels and Home Team Play Exciting Ball. Young Lacked Control of the Sphere, Bat Kept the Hits Scattered— Farcical Game at Sacramento. Ten minutes was the time required for playing the game between Oakland and Francisco yesterday afternoon. It was a short battle, and the contestants were Cap tains Ebright and O'Neil, with John Sheri dan as referee, and the hitter's decision gave San Francisco another victory in the championship series. When the. bell was rung for play ."Tip" O'Neil wished to toss for choice of innings, that being the custom between the two clubs last year, when the Colonels were without home grounds. Ebright demurred, claiming that Oaklaud had its own ball park and that the rule should be enforced which gives the captain of the home grounds tho choice of either going to stick or to field. Sheridan sustained the Frisco leader and ordered Oakland to commence game. O'Neil, as an answer, went to t...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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