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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 May 1890

mrsrsEss chakces. <2i]f,() PARTNER WANTED IMMEDIATELY .riL r XJ ' i 1" well-established employment ollice Uolng fine business: $4 to $12 per day and rapidly Kiovviug; very Ugii expense -.' prefer partner to 5i,J»: f oodltl!ui wantea more than money; must 880 S I I'nlVr B ,"i'- h ? C1 ""' C 8: dv ""* "n'ss it. See UL "' olfc.WABT.l3a Kearny st It 00() DX " MEN ' AND TEAMSTERS AT- ■tiiiii, i. ' ntlon ~ L " l ' c commercial teaming ->.;<! Rencral transfer business for sale: fully worth *.»>UO; has exclusive hauling for many downtown wholesale houses, paying from $250 to $400 per i.iinth; nas 6 double teams In first-class order, with an the work they can do; Is one of the oldest busi- ness in the city, well and favorably known every- where; Is tolld. profitable, permanent and easily ran; 11 an excellent opportunity for 1 or 2 active men; full Investigation; must sell; easy terms. IjKO. STEWART, 135 Kearny St. it HvllWIO TO RESTAURANT MEN: LARGE •JiIUUU. restaurant, coffee sa...

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. — 20 May 1890

6 rF.itsoyAT.s. MEET MB SAME PLACE 2 O'CLOCK TO-DAY. . Imy2o lt«J BUTTER. IF MRS. JAHN DOES NOT CALL FOR HER J. furniture within 3 days It will be sold. L. S. JOHNSON. | my2olt»_ PORTRAITS ENLARGED IN INDIA INK, crayon, water colors and pastel. Pacific i"or- trait Company, 1221 Market st., T. .1. O'HHIKN, Manager. l___J u lr«i£_ AN EXQUISITE COMPLEXION OBTAINED BY following the treatment given by Mine. Elise, which lias never been introduced in America beiore or use. outside the courts of Europe; bauds made beautiful, Salon Victoria. 404 Post, cor. Fowcll.U« mAKE A FOOL'S ADVICE AND PACK YOUR 1 butter— 3 rolls finest Point Reyes fresh butter, $1: 3 rolls best I'etaluma butter, 85c: fine for pack- ing': g ol sweet butter, 25c » roll; Mission eggs, 20c a dozen; best ranch eggs, l" 0 a dozen; Dupee best sugar-cured hams, 14c a Ib: ilupee sugar-cured pic- nic hams. 10c a ft., something fine, try them: new sugar corn, *1 a dozen (warranted)^ hew cheese, 3 B>26c; condensed milk, 10c a ...

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. — 20 May 1890

WITH A RECORD OF STRAIGHT DEALING IN A STRAIGHT LINE FOR NINETEEN STRAIGHT YEARS, ESTABLIS3EIE3I3 IKT 1871, STILL OFFER MEN'S ALL-WOOL " SUITS " IN ALL LINES OF FIEST-CLASS AMERICAN CASSIMERES, TWEEDS, CHEVIOTS, ETC., WORTH ANYWHERE FROM $12 50 TO $16 50, AT 88 9O lln A &l^t SO r ILL purchase Men's Snits that cannot be had in the city of any other dealer Tl 11 T » n NECKWEAR, SHIRTS, OTEKBHIKTS, CAMPING OUTFITS; complete lines IIiCJA SJI'T'T « for less than from $15 to $25. We arc in the market to stay and when we cut prices Lll 1 1 1 IH/ftn AT in UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, Children's Boys' and Youths' Goods of all fi m I AVC J}K an lL Our salesmen arc all paid regular salaries and are not dependent upon what are known g^ 1111 i ill IKS 111 possible trades. Of Trunks, Satchels and Valises we are direct imnorters IKWXJ SSff 1?!!? RVS^ 11111^ of tlie «» s^ isticated l»« l ' cliase r' ALL OUR GOODS lUll JjlllljlJ l/l 1 600 NEW SPEIirGa^CJOATS If ast f^ned a^ S^Sy goKSclo Alth 31ARKLD Di P...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 May 1890

8 THE WAGES OF SIN. A Faithless Wife Deprived of Her Child. An Exciting Episode in a Passenger-Car at Petaluma. Ad Oregon Sheep-Herder Fatal!; Stabs a Boy and Wounds a Woman In Self-Defense. Special by the California Associated Frets. Petaixma, May 10.— The passencers on Uie 3:10 o'clock train tills afternoon were treated to the novel sight of a man and woman aliugcllng (or the possession oi a little curly-haired boy. The struggle was only momentary, and the man obtained possession of the coveted prize and leaped Into a wacon winch (II waiting, and was driven rapidly away. The mother, with remark able apathy, went aboaid tbe train and con tinued her journey. In connection with tills brief episode lianas a talc of domestic Infelicity. The parties were Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Llnebaugb, and i hi' child the oll»i -iliic of their union. l:. A. Unebangb is a wealthy and highly re speeied tanpei and a resident of this locality. He lived happily with his wife for many years; but one John Milton...

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. — 21 May 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO. 172. POSTAL TELEGRAPH. Statement of the Western Union President. Dr. Green Appears Before the House Com mittee on Pcstofflces. Makes a Denial or Certain Portions of Wanamaker's Annual Report. Misrepresentations. Special by the California Associated Pre^si ■Washington', May 20.— Dr. Greet), Presi dent of the Western Union Telegraph Com pany, appeared to-day before the House Committee on Postofficcs and l'ostron'ls and was questioned respecting the proposed Government telegraph lull, advocated by Postmaster-General Wauamaker. The in quiry proceeded as follows: Mr. Kmeliain— Dr. Green, [would like to ask you ibis question tor my own Information. Can you give int.' In any form the difference in your rales ana the ra:es specified hi Hie bill wtiich 1 bunded you this mornliiK. which I received yes teiday liuui the l'o-ioflk-e Department? DIl I'KHF.NI'K IN BATES. Mr. Green— Those rate* would be about 60 per cent of ours for Hie lirst 3uu miles. For the mil rate lite dlttei...

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. — 21 May 1890

2 STATE POLITICS. Democrats Select San Jose for the Convention. The Enmcrea Trade for United States Sena tor Denied-Manhattan Hospital ity—Club Meetings. ■ The Democratic State Central Committee met ,it its headquarters, 207 Suiter street, at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon with an attendance of sixty nve members. The absentees were represented by proxy. The following Is the list ol the com uilltee: is tutorial districts — Daniel Murphy, H. B. GIHIs, M. H. Head, C. ,1. Walsh, Thomas S. Ford, John K. cook. v. D. Perkins, Ueubeu Clark, John M. Mcl'ike. Thomas J. lieary, K. McGettl aan, 1). P. Donahue, R. V. Bnst, James Kenua, P. K. Dalion, H. H. Woiley, M. Kerwin. J. M. Baton, J. J. Drlscoll, A. M. Burns, It. J. Wilson. M. A. Marron, James J. Flynu. J. H. O'Brleu. IluchJ. loner, J.C. Nealon, John Collins, Joint !.N. Woods, C. H. K.uidall. 1". E. Fanner, T. A. fan oil. N. C an all. A. M. rniegar. K. L. I'orler, N. H. Packard, W. H. UnutEer, John G. Horean, B. T. Smiili, 1. Norton. Congie...

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. — 21 May 1890

rdUb, LlKu illllllCo, """ARE STUBBORN THINGS ! I '■1 It has been conceded to us, even by onr wonld-b? competitor*, that we I are selling more clothing than all the rest of the clothing stores com- ! billed. WHY IS IT ? yon may ask. We'll tell you. Because we're nam- I ing: prices (on the very best grades or goods) that no other house cau or 9 dare name. This week we'll give you a suit for That can't be bought in any other house in San Francisco under $20. | THIS IS STHAIGHT. Yon can come mid see 'cm ami you'll say that they're as good as any $20 suit offered by most houses. 1 WE'VE COT OVER 400 OF 'EM! i HANDSOME LICHT PATTERNS. \ NEAT DARK EFFECTS. \ ALL ELECANTLY TAILORED. \ ALL OUR OWN ORIGINAL STYLES. 5 TOUR CHOICE, GEXTLEMEX, FOR I WE'VE COT OVER 400 OF 'EM! HANDSOME LIGHT PATTERNS. NEAT DARK EFFECTS. ALL ELECANTLY TAILORED. ALL OUR OWN ORIGINAL STYLES. YOIK CHOICE, GENTLEMEN, FOE \ I' -H - i — ■ — - ■ S — — — RAPHAEL'S, t 433, 435 stud 487 I MONTGOMERY STREET, COR. SACRA)IE.\T...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 May 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Hub a larger emulation tlian any other • newspaper published in San Francisco. riTBIJ CATION OFFICE: fTR Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 c clock r. M. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market Hint, near Krarry, open until 12 o'clock midnight; :-:;■ liases street, open until 9:30 o'clock; 803 Lavtln street, open until 9:30 oloek, and *bIS lllKsim street, op»n until 9 O'clork p. U. SrKCIAL NOTICE FOB THE SUMMER MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend going to.the country dor- I fill).' summer mmitlis can nave Til E DAILY CALL mailed to them fora week or longer at regular sub scription rates, ijr per week, Oive order to carrier or st nd to business omce. AUCTION BALES TO-DAY. rrFvjTrßK.— Ky Ueo. I. Lamson. at 2326 Jones St.. at 11 o'clock. riHNiTURF..— T»t Win. Butterneld, nt 448 Sixth St. at 1U:.(O o'c li>. HWKATHEIt PREDICTIONS. STn v :\i Si l;vn K. V. S. ARMY,") Division of the Pai II IC, >■ San FBAN-.iiCii, May 10. 1890— 5 r. v.) Synopsis far tin- Pasi Twenty-four lE«...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 May 1890

IttfSISCTs CIIAXCKS. X-OTICE-1 HAVE SEVERAL BUYERS WILU ±\ mg to Invest In legitimate business. Parlies de- «Tlng to sell apply to W. i ■-. HEALY, 719 Market 1* S I 000 r\ XT -< EX WANTED IN MANUFAC- ' *.m\.\ tnr " 1 - t> " s| 5 » across the bay; sure to c uar • 00 to each per month; there is no trouble m selling the goods; must be ■ .nan of good address and some experience as salesman; to such a party ahne opportunity Is offered: money to he used lii tho business: owner is a reliable man. and will give b, <; ol references. W. F. lIEALY L 719 Market St. • Q 1 T.l\ GENUINE BUSINESS FOB svi i • es- •-? ■■•V. tablisbed 16 years; supplies goods with i!.irsr »na wagou to (wholesale houses, hotels etc ■ • liaringat least $100 per month; owner is retiring from business, but will remain with purchaser until custom Is secured. W. P. HEALY. 719 Market st. » ■KfifMl Al CIGAR-SIORK FOR SALE-NEAR tjpOUV/. Market arid Third: successfully run for 1 ; years by one party; this Is a chance s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 May 1890

6 ; rKTiSONAT.S. LAIUES WHO HtMITrTT I'EKFKUT I'IIKM Jj timid wear Mine. Arts' Health Con t: to order only. Room 2. 1027 Market. Agents wanted. VI 4» \ "> -I NG MAN. AGED 30, WISHES TO MAKE J the acquaintance of a young girl. '-'0 to 26 years old;- object matrimony; (iermau preferred. Ad- dress a., Hoi 147, i all Krancn o.Tice. It* Y'OONG ENGLISHMAN (29) OF UOOD HABITS wom<l lite to mate the acquaintance of bright, cheer! girl, with view to matmnoiiv; not pirtieu- lar as to nationality or the > Ming lady. Address M. A.. Box 147, I ai.i. llrancli <>;•.,!<■. It* CTKICILY PRIVATE HOME FOB MBDICAL, 0 surgical and confinement cases taken at 837 Sut- ter St.: trained nurses In attendance. myJl M* I INFORMATION WASTED OF WILLIE DREW, 1 lately from Chicago, by C. M-, Box 6«. this of- See. ' my 31 3t» EUROPEAN GOVERNMENT I'IiKMII'M BONDS. On payment of S-5 a month we sell 4 govern. premium bonds, bearing - ! i per cent Interest and ; having 15 nremltim drawings annually, wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 May 1890

GLOVES AND FISTS. Billy Murphy and His Belt Ar rire Safe in Frisco. Comment! en the Jackson-Smith Fight-Sports Who Iklnk the Co ored Pugilist No Hatch for Sullivan. Bevcnri monibers of (lie boxing clubs were seen last evening by a reporter, to whom tuey ex pressed iiiclr opiuions lieely as regards ilia meeting between Jackaan and Smitli and ;lie probable outcome of a contest between Sullivan and I ii limii \\ mi i he except ion of two ortbree who thought thai Jadcuoo was completely out ot form when lie faced Siniiti, the oti.er* spoken to firmly be lieved ti.at JaekSM would not stand tlie eiiwt of a show against Sullivan witli both pugilists Id Cooil condition. >aiil one old sport: "Jackson Is un<iue»Uouably a clever wan who Birittes terror Into Hie Hearts of Ins opponents in the lii»l roiißd ut a ligiii, and any man who has uoi a nrni beart Is sure to to 10 pieces alter ihe rouud Is over. Sinlih, accoiitiux to accounts, was on the verge of quitting before lie had faced the co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 May 1890

8 BROKEN LEVEES. San Joaquin Grain-Fields Under Water. Two Kapa Toughs Get Themselves Into Trouble at St. Helena. One of Them Attempts to Murder an Officer Who. Had Placed Him Under Arrest. Special by .be California Associated Press. Stockton, Ma? 20. — The recent warm weather, by melting Hie snow In the mountains, has caused a rise of water In the San Joaqulu Ktver, and Colon Island Is again threatened. A Urge force of men has been sent down from Stockton with great quantities ot sacks. The levees are reported to be in greater danger now than at any previous time this season. The water to-day ran over the levee In the old river north of Tracy and made breaks In two places, one at Martin Lawrence's, which will flood 3000 acres in the Naglee grant, and another at Me t*ugblln'« place, which will flood 1000 acres. The breaks In the old river have relieved the pressure against the levees at Union Island, and a telephone message from there late this evening says the CnlMI Island levees a...

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. — 22 May 1890

VOLUME LXVII— NO. 173. THE STRANGLER OF PARIS. Capture at Havana of Eyrand, the Murderer of Civil Mar shal Oouffe. THREE ATTEMPTS AT SUICIDE. the Officials Forced to Place Him in Irons — History of One of the Most Noted Crimes of the French Capital — Operations of the Plot ter and His Female Companion in the United States. Special by the California Associated Press. Havana, May 21.— Eyraud the strangler T»as arrested here this morning. After his arrest he attempted suicide on three occa •ions and the officials placed him in irous. Eyraud registered at the Hotel Roma un der the name ol Miguel Do3ke, and has Been positively identified. After he had been placed in jail he attempted suicide by cutting the veins in his leg and arm witti pieces of glass. He lost a great deal of blood before assistance was obtained. The doctors say he will recover, la his trunk were found French newspapers containing the details of his crime. A pistol and dag ger were also found. STORY OF THK (RIME. On tbe...

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. — 22 May 1890

2 EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Wedding of Mr. Alexander W. Baldwin and Miss Alice O'Kourke. ■WESTERN ADDITION CLUB SOCIAL Engagement Notes— Pacific Coast Weddings — Amateur Theatricals by the Pupils of Tarrant's Acad emy — Gathering of Gallant Scots. A Number of Private Entertain ments. A wedding characterized with quiet elegance .■i'm good taste took place at noon yesterday, when .Mr. Alexander \V. Baldwin and Mis* Alice B. KotirKe were married. 1 lie croom is a mem tier of tbe firm of Baldwin, Taylor & Co., whole sale oil merchants, and lias resided in Oakland for >o:im lime past. The bride Is the eldest daughter of Mr. John W. Bourke, one of the principal clerks Iv the Bank of California, who lias been connected with mat institution blnce its ; organization. 'J lie ceremony was performed at the residence of the biioe's parent;, 1924 Pine street, and was witnessed by a few of the intimate relatives ami fii'-nds of the contracting parties. Including the very aged Eramimother ...

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. — 22 May 1890

A MAN OF PEACE. The Character Given John F. Naughton by His Friends. Janitor Anderson's Observations Kcgaiding Heir'i Appearance-Witness Nevin Makes an Admission. Attorney Van Duzer attempted yesterday to show la tic case of Jolm K. N'aughton, chained with killing M. M. Ilerr. that H. 1. Brewer had contradicted Hie testimony given by him Id the Police Court, but uu-Jer Lawyer Deuprey's ob jection the effort tailed. Alfred Wiiglii stated that be heard James An aerson, janitor of the Murphy Building, tell 11. J. Brewer that lie saw lien standing on Ibe op posite side Dl Hie street on the night of the homl elae, and a short time alter enter the build inc. From Heir's manner, Andeisou judged there was going to be trouble. 11. 1. Brewer was lecalled and corroborated tills testimony. TO EXCLUDE BREWER. Cbarles W. Nevin, a Inter and Treasurer of the Guaranty Association, testllied that after Hen's trouble with Brewer In January, he wanted witness to Introduce a resolution ex cluding Brewer...

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. — 22 May 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Has a larger circulation than any other newspaper published in San Francisco. PUBLICATION OFFICE: rrr Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock v. H. BRANCH OFF! CBS: 710 Market f treet, near Kearny, open until I*2 o'clock midnight; iS9 Buses street, open until 9:30 o'clock: Ml.i laikin Mreet, open until 9:30 o'lock, and. 'JO IS l.isskn street, op»n until 9 o'clock r. si. SPECIAL NOTICE FOIt THE SUMMER MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend going to the conutry dnr. Ing thesuminemionthscau have THE DAILY GALL mailed to them for a week or longer at regular sub scription rate*, 15c per week. Give order to carrier or send to business office, AUCTION SALES TO-DAY. hhsiti uk.— by Ueo. F. Lamson, at 151 Minna St.. at 11 lock. 1 veniti'rk.— Hy M. J. Simmons, at 1057 Market m.. at 11 cm lock. Furniture.— By K. S. Spear & Co., at 2020 Hush M.. at 11 o'clock. Furniture.— A. L. Cresswell, at 438 Castro st.. at 11 o'clock. Real Kstatk.— O K. Yon Rhcin £ Co., at 521 Cali...

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. — 22 May 1890

BI'SI>F.SS CnAJiCKS. C- 1 .-(.ii BUTCHERS' ATTENTION — FIRBT- «JIOuI7. class shop [ Or sale; clears $250 per month; large private family retail business; runs 2 di'll\ery-wagous:trade thoroughly established; you can try It until fully satisfied before buying: this Is a great Investment. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kearny.l Cl nenn PART CASH: HOTEL FOR SALE: A , o_o\Jl'. fine mechanics' hotel of 52 rooms, tine room and dining-room, etc.. in best business lo- ; cation In the city: lull of roomers; low rent: clear- ing $'-'51)0 per annum; best reasons tor selling thor- oughly established. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kearuy.l TItILLINERS ATTENTION: KINESTOREINONE J.M of our finest Interior towns doing a good busi- ness and Increasing ail the time; a bargain; best of , reasons glven^ApPly '<■ KENNY. 23 Kearny Ft. It C. II I \l\ CORNER GROCERY -SI-ORE FOR O 1 I ' M I. sale: prominent location south of Mar- ket- rooms for family ; good business in store and bar. Apply K. KENNY'. 32 Kearny St. It r.7,-...

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. — 22 May 1890

6 PKKSOXAf.S. 'of.*:' 5 MAN. AUK 30 YEARS, DESIRES TO correspond with young American girl: object, matrimony. Addres; CiIAS, BARRETT, Box 6, this once. ' my 22 2t» . 11' ANTED— A COPY OF "THE CALL" OF MAY »' 31, 18WS. C., Box 1. this ornce. It* I A DIES WHO DESIRE A PERFECT FORM lj Should wear Mine. Artz' HeaHh t:ors I: toorder only. Room 2. lolT Market. Agents wanted. 21 tin) UEADgUARTERS Kelt LAWN HOSE, NOZ- lies, sprinklers, reels; free delivery to any place. CHAPMAN'S. 18 California street. my 23 6t T' AXE A FOOL'S ADVICE AND PACK YOUR 1 butter— B rolls finest Point Reyes fresh butter, $1; 3 rolls best Petalumi butter, *;><•; fine for pack- .ng;j; od sweet butter, 2jc a roll ; Mission eggi, 20c a dozen ; best ranch eggs. IT I . a dozen: Dupce best sugar-cured hams, 14i' a Ib; i>upee sugar-cured pic- nic Hams, 10c a ft, something tine, try them; new nusar corn. *1 a dozen (warranted); new cheese, 3 lt> 2&c: condensed milk. Hie a . an ; 10- ID pail best Chicago lar...

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. — 22 May 1890

Jr WITH A RECORD OF STRAIGHT DEALING IN A STRAIGHT LINE FOR NINETEEN STRAIGHT YEARS ESSTABIjISHBD i]\r 1871, STILL OFFER MEN'S ALL-WOOL « SUITS" IN ALL LINES OF I IKST-CLASS AMERICAN CASSIMEKES, TWEEDS, CHEVIOTS, ETC., WORTH ANYWHERE FROM $12 50 TO $16 50 AT S8 9O Al« C£JQ &%f% WII . jL l Mm]ias c 3lcn'sSnits that cannot be had in the city of any other dealer HUT 1 n NECKWEAR, SHIRTS, OYERSHIRTS, CAMPING OUTFITS: complete lines A1 0 A l;$ ■ **** 'or to* than from $15 to $25. We are in the market to stay and when we cut prices liVl II I iy|/\n AT in UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY Children's Rots' nYid Youth*^SSSbdN S Hlhi 1 wo luo:iil !t Our s . alesi »? n are all paid regular salaries and are not dependent upon what are known Hl l i| 5J 1 1 &*\ 11 1 possible grades. Of Trunks, Satchels and Valises we are direct importers HiOU ior Premiums JorteMogadTantoge of the unsopliMcatea puwAaser- ALL OUR GOODS 1 Ull UIIIUIJ VI. 600 NEW SPRING OYERCOATSjiisto^^^^ a^r> go% &« AUh HARKED lx\ ...

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. — 22 May 1890

8 TOO ENERGETIC. Gme Charges Against a Cus toms Officer. San Diego's Collector Accused ol Inveigling Chinese Over the Border. liracnloDs Escape of Workmen From Being Killed by a Snow-Slide In the Sierras. Special by the California Associated Press. Ban Difc.o, May 21.— An evening paper charges that Collector ot Customs Johu Berry paid t<'o to Inveigle Chinamen over the border some weeks at;o. so that he might have the credit ot capturlnc them. The chaise, which Is sus tained by the testimony of several constables, it that ot misdemeanor under the Exclusion Act, and punishable by line and imprisonment. The facts are to he brought at once to tbe attention of toe Treasury Deptnment by affidavits. Before Commissioner Ward to day Captain Williams and Dr. Wo Sang were bound over to the Culled States Court without tui. 1 . Both are charged with .-lidlui; and abet ting Chinese to come to this country. Will iams l« the man who was caught bringing In a boatload ol Mougoliaus from below the...

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