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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 May 1890

CITY KEAL ESTATE. •ft in (\f-fs HAKRISONST.. NEARS3D: lot «J. I V. VVV. 54x100 aud 8 new Halt: rents $108 per month; brick foundation. G. 11. UMBSEN A- CO.. 14 Montgomery St. my2s SuTuTh 3t v "'Si (Will 3D, NEAR FOLSOM; LOT 50x160 xg-fIO.VW. to rear street: belli streets ac- e cted: Improvements reining for $250; will sub- divide, li. H. UMBSEN A CO., 14 Montgomery Street. my2s SuTuT'n St ft^^L nnn SANSOME. NEAR JACKSON; 2- OxlO.UUlf. story brick building. andlotbB:9r 114:6. with an L 57:6x60; fronts on 2 streets. G.H. UMBSEN A CO.. 14 Montgomery stmy2s Su luTh 3 A.l) enn DUPONT. NEAR PINE; 2 HOUSES SIZ.OUeJ. and lot 68:Hx. 37:6: under lease at $300 per mouth. G. 11. UMBSEN A CO., 14 Montgom- ery j. r . my2s SnluTh .it ft 1 liafl LEAVENWORTH, NEAR GEARY; sT ll'.vlUU. 2 booses and lot 27x85:6; rents $"." parte "- U. IMIISEN * CO., 14 Mont- gomery st j - _ my 2s suinTh 3t c . , , n/1/1 - NEAR FILLMORE; 36 1 1 .UUU. lev G. H. UMUSEN A CO.. 14 Montgoni iuy2s Sululh 3t C- I "nn i-oMiiAa ...

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. — 25 May 1890

6 BI'^TXKSS m.INCES. TO SELL OUT YOUR BUSINESS PROMPTLY for cash go to L D. BARNARD. 1 148 Market It, bet. Mason and Taylor: established 1859. m'2s 2t* ajToAA FINE CHANCE FOR MAN AND WIFE: fIrOUU. saloon and lodging-house or 10 rooms: clearing $100 per month; great bargain. Apply W. F. IIEAI.V. 719 Market st. my2s 61* PAH INE"; WANTED TO AID LIVE: MAN IN IN- . troduring legitimate enterprise: bound to do very extensive business: contractor or capitalist preferred; must have at leas: $5000 to Invest im- mediately: only man of acknowledged ability and clean reputation need apply. Address X. 1. L., Box 110, Call Branch omce. It* m. </c/t GOOD BAKFIRY; AN OLD STAND; tJp*ll.'U. good wagon; two barrels or flour used dally: good custom; cheap rent; cause of selling sickness in family. Apply this office. my'Js 3t* flu irii saloon AND LIQUOR STORE: OLD if uul'. established place; doing good business: rent low; 2 living rooms. 515% Fourth st.m'2s 31* GOOD PAYING SALOON WITH HOUSE AND I fur...

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. — 25 May 1890

MERCANTILE LIBRARY. Its Handsome New Building on Tan Ness Avenue. Wttbln tbe next two months work will be commenced for the election of a fine four-story building on tlie northeast corner of Van Mess and tioldeti (late avenues, which, when com pleted, will be occupied by lhe Mercantile Li brary. For the lot the library paid 870,000, and the structure will cost about $125,000. It will be built id sandstone and pressed brick. The main entrance will be In the middle of lhe Van Ness-avenue from. Another entrance will be at the lower end ol the Golden Gate avenue side. On lhe secoud floor will be reading, con versation and chess rooms. There will be sepa rate apartments furnished for the comlort of lady visitors. One idea in view In equippldg the new quarters will be to have them till, to an ex tent, in..- place ol a club lor both ladies aud gen- Lleiueo. lhe pallors and reading- rooms will be on both the street fronts. Witbln the building on tbe saint, floor will be a spacious ball, two...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 May 1890

8 THE VARIOUS BATHING RESORTS. A "Tip" From Labonchere on How to Learn to Swim in One Hour. AT SAN FRANCISCO AND ALAMEDA Hygiene of the Bath— Surf and Nata torium Swimming the Year Round— Scrupulous Attention to Cleanliness the Key to Health. Salt Water at Any Temperature. ISJAEYO^D the usual advertising a com- J*\< plete report of our magnificent salt- ImJJJ water bathing establishments and their paramount importance lias never been given to the public. The art of preserving health is a great subject and one which should receive the attention of all. In the many appliances for health and comfort in this city and Ala meda it may safely be asserted that there is nothing whicii should be better known to all classes thau our great salt water baths. Advantage may be taken of surf and inclosed bathing every day in the year, and at an expense which can easily be borne by all classes. It is a well-known fact that the skin of the body from head to foot is a network of pores. One cannot p...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 May 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. TRICKS DONE BY THE AUTOMATON. Human Intelligence the Machine Within the Apparently Inanimate Figure. AJEEB, THE CHESS-PLAYER. Tor Years a Legless Little Man Con cealed Within the Body of De Kempelon's Chess - Player Met and Vanquished All Comers in Europe. ¥"*JiVERY prestldlcltateur, necromancer, ma t*iV* ciclan or fakir ol note in ancient and US^Il modern limes has placed almost his chief 'dependence on automata, Illusions or mechanical means for the enteitainmeut of patrons, leaving legetdt'inalu ami card tricks for side Issues, as it were. For instance, Vatican son, the French magician, made a reputation with a mechanical duck. Kobert Iloudln. wbo followed bins, used the same duck as one of bis principal attractions, and lieaumont, another French magician, made the same duck da good service for him in public. Coming down to latter days Robert Heller ex - hibited A jeeb, Ute chess automaton; Herrmann places a great deal of stress ou sucn lllutionary tricks as the C...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 May 1890

10 HE HholLhoo tiLOlmMd, liAllhKS AND r UMBERS ! ■m /f 3 BB jf a TEnT 3 JOk H t7"T' , Mr ~D B^^ smßa %. JVL. J. FLAVIN <&. CO., ft WITH A RECORD OF STRAIGHT DEALING IN A STRAIGHT LINE FOR NINETEEN STRAIGHT YEARS, ESTABT iISHT^iD I3XT 1871, TILL OFFER MEN'S ALL-WOOL "SUITS" IN ALL LINES OF FIRST-CLASS AMERICAN CASSIMERES, TWEEDS, CHEVIOTS, ETC., WORTH ANYWHERE FROM $12 50 TO $16 50 AT S8 90 HI CfclO CA WILL purchase Men's Suits that cannot be had in the city of any other dealer Tl 11 T * D NECKWEAR, SHIRTS, OYERSHIRTS, CAMPING OUTFITS; complete lines A Ifl A q>IOa9U for less than from $15 to $25. We are in the market to stay and when we cut prices Lll § 1 ITIAO AT in UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, Children's, Roys' and Youths' Goods of ail Ui\l i we mean it. Our salesmen are all paid regular salaries and are not dependent upon what are known PHI ill XX 111 possible grades. Of Trunks, Satchels and Valises we are direct importers. 11101/ as P. M.'s or premiums for taking advantage of th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 May 1890

THE THEATERS AND THE PLAYERS. Wilson Barrett Will Open in "Claudian" at the Baldwin To-Morrow Night. HIS ARRIVAL EXCITES INTEREST. Crane Crowds the Bush-Street With " The Senator*' — Sothern Brings "Lord Chumley" Forward"Up per Hand" at the Alcazar— Mme. de la Mothe's Concert— Mention. One of the conspicuous events of our present theatrical .sou is the first appearance lo San Fraucisco at the Baldwin Theater to-morrow night of Mr. Wilson Barrett and bis com pany of English play ers. According to those who know the actor and his meth ods, be lias done wise ly in deciding to In troduce himself to our play goes In "Claud lan," a picture of an cient Byzantium, a city of Greek tradi tion. flavored with the then distant Orient. The Dlay was made familiar to American theater-goers iv the East during Mr. Bar rett's tours. A sy nopsis of the story is annexed. "Claudlan" [while made familiar to the older cities Is, however, entirely new to this part ol the world, ano no! ouly is the play nove...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 May 1890

12 THE PARIS SALON OF 1890, Or, to Be More Correct, the Two Salons at the French Capital. A CALIFORNIA GIRL'S EXHIBIT. Baroness Althea Salvador Describes Some of the Works of American Artists on Exhibition at the Palais de I'lndustrie— The National So ciety's Exhibit on the Champ de Mars. Special Paris Letter to Toe Call ARIS, April 30.— As I have before I*'?') written, this year we are favored tiVS with two salons, er rather two pict ure exhibitions; one, the original Salon, opened to-day at the Palais de l'lndustiie, the other. Exhibition of the National So ciety, can be seen on the Champ de Mars, May 15th. It cannot be denied that the i£^\ "The Young Botanist," t.y Gxirnsry Mitchell. division makes a great difference in the old Salon, but all the artists of reputation have not been enticed away. The Salon of 1890, "A COBBIQAS BANDIT," BY HENRY BACON. although not especially brilliant, is inter esting, and there are certainly some master- Mfc£$^ pi? Henry Bacon. pieces, some works...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 May 1890

/1S§§IThe: Act ©r VI 'M 1 f«iMiii\ \ \^V «H ■;! Wf i| y/Y-^-LjW' Bs» W Lj| U ■ A ROMANCE OF RUSSIA AND SIBERIA, By Prince Josef Lubomirski, Author of " S afar-Had ji, a Story of Turkistan," etc. COPYRIGHT 1860. BY MSTA DE Vlfl'.E. XVllf.— Continued. As soon as Vladimir reached the colony he (bowed the Inspector I'alkin's permit for his longer absence. The officer received him civilly but coolly, and ordeied him to go home. There be found Dr. Haas. fast asleep on a pile of skins. Vladimir also felt overburoeued with fatigue aud was soon fast asleep. lt was dark alieady. when suddenly a g.eat disturbance aroused him. Be opened bis eyes and saw the room full of Cossacks. At the foot of lhe couch stood Dr. Haas with an ax In his baud. "As long as 1 am alive not a hair of his head Shall be harmed," cried the doctor. "Seize him," cued the inspector's wile; "bind Un at once and give him 500 blows. And as to that rebel Iheie," pointing at Dr. Haas. ' kill bun instantly, because he openly re...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 May 1890

14 CONGRESSMEN GIFTED OF TONGUE The House a Fine Field for the Development of Forensic Gifts. THE KEW ORATORICAL STARS. Men of Bright Ideas Brought to the Front by the Fifty-first Con gress- Greenhalge's Rapier-Like Thrusts — The Meteor of the ■•". lowa Delegation — Neidringhaus' Mirth-Provoking World's Fair Speech. np^llE Fiftieth Congress developed some £\<z~. fine orators and otherwise. Among jig? them were Henry Cabot Lodge, Will iam Bourkc I'oekinn, General Spinola, Isa dor Rayner, Benjamin ¥. Shively, Asber G. Caruth, Stephen V. White. M. M. Booth man. Ash be! P. Fitch, ilelboum 11. Ford, Robert I. Kennedy and Marion Biggs. Messrs. Cockran and White refused a re nomination. Ford and Rayner were de feated. The others were re-elected. The Fifty-first Congress is doing full as well in the development of orators as its predecessor. In the Fiftieth Congress Cockran and Rayner won the palm on the Democratic side. Lodge was Uie most prominent orator brought to light among the Repu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 May 1890

VOLUME LXVII— NO. 177. TROUBLE BREWING. Dispute Over French Fishery Privileges. Sets of English Fishermen Confiscated in SL Georges Bay. Tie British Man-of-war Emerald Sent in Response to a Demand lor Protection. Special by the California Associated .-si St. Jouxs (X. F.), May 25.— Reports have been received from St. Georges Ray, on the east coast of the island, forming a part of what is known as the French shore now in dispute between England and France, that fresh outrages have been perpetrated on English fishermen by the French, aud that the coast from Cape Ray north to Cape St. George is in a state of war almost. A French man-of-war is now cruising in the bay of St. George, watching the coast over which France, by the treaty of Utrecht, claims exclusive fishing privileges, aud she lias ran down several English fishermen, who were setting their nets, and has ordered them to take them up. The Englishmen re fused to obey the order, whereupon the Frenchmen sent boats' crews and remo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 May 1890

2 SUNDAY SPORTS. ■B^_*9*H--Hg-gg__**p-— — *************p_*__************p__****|^****^i ' Target Practice by a Small Army . of Riflemen. The California Wing- Clnb and Lincoln Can Clnb Enjoy Trap-Shooting -Pistol Contest by Crack Shots. The rifle-range at Shell Mound Park yes - terday was almost as smoky and noisy as 'the rifle-pita are in a battle. The firing was uninterrupted from morning till even iug, and the following are the score* : ; Second Artillery Hegiment monthly prac tice. 200 yards, 10 rounds, maximum 50— Captain Hubor 41, Captain Waters 31, Lieu tenant Cunningham 32, Sergeant Bird 31, Corporal Tyson 38, Corporal Fell 12, R. Os born 43, C. Viebrock 4", H. Mencke 41, C. Mencke 41. J. H. Peterie 38, U. lluber 38, C. W'ilkeuson 38, XV. 11. Tobin 38. Fred Swart/ 3,4, XV. Woodall 31, H. C. Schroeder 31, Fred Smith 30. Battery D, Second Artillery, regular medal match, 200 yards, maximum r>o*-Ser geaut Bristol 41, Sergeant Carson 35, Ser geant 11. Keid 31, Corporal F. Smith...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 May 1890

.. ; MISCELLANEOUS. _. [BB_S___.sE_Ss______^ _Tlf il'il __K__K _»-'W'-*-_-_mm--^ __a__rxrx> his I Mjim **n n *wyg__*j*g EHESifj&l \\W - _-___: l-l ___I____S __§__( _g . : ' i _ "A fool and his money are soon parted," is an old saying, the truth of which j I 5 is every day exemplified— notably so in the race-horse business, where "SURE X i TIPS" too frequently fail and owners and stable boys often exchange places. «• ! I MAY THE PROVERB J 3 Not also lie true about Clothing, and some of the men who buy it ? What about I " the man who pays the merchant tailor S4O for a suit he may buy ready made at 1 . t\ RAPHAEL'S for $25? WHAT ABOUT THE MAN who can't see the advan- l> 1 Uge In buying his clothes from a PROGRESSIVE FIRM, which makes $100 out | | of 100 customers, rather than from a KEARNY OR .MARKET STREET MOSS- I I I BACK INSTITUTION that make* $50 out of 25 customers ? j 5 What about the clothing buyer who bites once at a big bait and himself gets I J badly bitten, and not...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 May 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Has a larger circulation than any other newspaper published in San Francisco. PUBLICATION OFFICE: rTF Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock r. v BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market street, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; S£9 Hayes street, open until 9:38 o'clock: BOS Larkili street, open unta 9:50 lock, and 2518 Ailsslon meet, opan until 9 o'clock p. v. f- SUBSCRIPTION KATES: PAILY CALL (Including Sundays), $« per ye»r by m»tl, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or u'r> cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, live copies three months. 25. SUM) AY CAM. (twelve tages). *1 SO per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL ai d WI.EKLV CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. JiEKLT CALL (eight pases), *1 20 per year, post lalU. Clubs of ten (sent to one addnu), +10. SPECIAL NOTICB FOIt THE SUMMER MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend going to the country dur ing the summer mouths can have THE daily GALL mailed to them for a wees or longer at regular sub scrlptiou rates...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 May 1890

BUSYNESS CHANCES. 0-)'),--,n CLEARS OVER $100 PEP. MONTH; *_ _-— •■'VI. only requires 2_ hours' attention each morning; paper route for sale: one of the most prominent morning papers: investment as sato as real estate, with a large Income; always worth the amount you pay tor it; you can have 2 weeks' trial belore buying; one or the best ami most centra] routes on the paper. Apply K. KENNY, 22 Kearny Ureet. It V".(_ll PARTNER WANTED; A STEADY t~pOUU. man who can write a plain band. In a fine-cash business in this city; established over 12 years: no previous experience reiiuired, ont must be "i sober, steady habits and willing to devote 9 hours' attention per day to ills business alone; clears rrom $250 to $350 per month; 16 days' trial allowed belore you buy. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kearny st. It ffl.9 -:_-_. V HOTEL AT A GREAT BARGAIN; tjp.jt 'Ul'. first-class hoi ci or 28 rooms, bar-room, parlors, etc.: «cii furnished: doing a business that is sure for $160 per month clear; is in one of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 May 1890

6 EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. The Jlusicale by the Members of the Theta Zela Chapter. THE IMPROMPTU CLUB PARTY. Wedding of Rev. H. J. Van Auken and Miss Alexander at Healds burg—The Jacobs Tea Across the Bay MeKenzie Musicale. Club Frohsinn Social — Breiten bach-Fich Nuptials— Parties An nounced. The members of the Impromptu Club gave their second reception at Bray's Hall last Thuis -ay evening. The attractive hall was well tilled wiiu guests aud daucing was Indulged lv. ll " was a thorough enjoyable affair. The programme presented was as follows: Overture, orchestra; piano solo, Miss May lgo; M m:. L. V. McDonald; violin and piano solo, Kobeil Williams; sung and dance, Messrs. Wil son and Mitchell; song, .Miss 1.. Hi ay; sailor's hornpipe, Hazel Kirke; song, Miss Nellie Mi homy; Mr. Maiim Kelly sang " f overly Tears"; long, Miss llaiiuah tiuulgau. The otlicers of the club are: President, Mar tin Kelly; Vice-President, L.V. McDonald; Secre tary, fcugene Wilson; Treasurer, it. Willia...

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. — 26 May 1890

AROUND THE CAPITAL General Sherman and the Dam roseh-Blaine Wedding. A Marriage of True Love— A Brief and Simple Ceremony Made Mis* Bciecrans Mrs. Governor Toole of Montana. vva-bingtou Correspondence of The Cam,. Washington, May 11, 1800.— lion of the week lias been General Sherman, who came on, ho declares, to help celebrate his brother's birthday and to attend Miss Blame's wedding. The two events being a week apart, the old campaigner is given plenty of lime to see and enjoy all of his friends. Age ouly improves General Sher man's qualities, and since his retirement, at the age of __, he has almost grown younger, if such an active, enthusiastic, tireless, busy and jolly person could in tensify any of those traits of eternal youth. Bis exhausted staff officers used to say that on one of his great inspection tours he could tire them all out, one by one, and then be just in full enthusiasm and fair start himself. He rushes about the city now with the eagerness and alertness of youth...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 May 1890

8 DOWNED BY THE SENATORS. The Home Team Loses a Close ; Twelve-Inning Game. An Exciting Contest With Brill iant Features. Ewseney . Errors at Short Let In ths Tying •cd Winning Enns— Stockton's New Battery Defeats the Colonels. B_—^^—_—vsp—mm i ■iiii-^-w— - It took about twenty minutes' time to play the last three Innings of the Sacra mento-Frisco game yesterday afternoon, and during that twenty minutes there was more excitement and noise than is ordinarily con tained in the average interesting champion ship contest. The crowd distributed its yells impartially, and put-outs on either side, no matter how easily executed, wero hailed with manifestations of delight. The spectator* wanted the exciting struggle prolonged, and undoubtedly would have been contented to stay until night-fall if tne gam- retained its closeness. _ The con test, despite its errors, was really a brilliant i oue. There was comparatively little strike out work, and the fielders ere kept busy from the commencement ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 May 1890

VOLUME LXVII-NO- 178. A PLOT EXPOSED. Critical Condition of Affairs in Brazil. Colonel Solon Schemes to Replace the President of the Republic. The Governor of the Province of Eabia Deposed— Plain Language to the Queen of England. Special by the CalHornla Associated Press. Rio i>e Janeiro, May 20.— The Governor of Bahia has been deposed. He called on General Fouseca.Ja brother of the Presi dent, to Interfere, but the latter refused, and the provincial revolution was quietly ef fected. A widespread plot has been discovered to overthrow the Government. Two arrests have been made. Papers have been discov ered inculpating Colonel Solon, a prominent figure of the revolution, saying that the so called Executive Committee had a scheme in view to upset the Government and re place Fenseca by Colonel Solon. Solon has made his _.„■_; ♦- PLAIN LANGUAGE. Address of the Newfoundland Legislature to the Queen. London, May 26.— The address of the Newfoundland Legislature to the Queen, protesting a...

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. — 27 May 1890

2 LOCAL POLITICS. The First Campaign Brick Thrown by Republicans. --" Bees " Buckley and His Lieutenants on Their Way E_st— Booming Morrow for Gov ernor—The Democrats. The Republicans styling themselves the Execn ttve Committee, and having headquarters at the corner of Stockton aDd Ellis streets, have made their first contribution lo the literature of the campaign In the following addles., which was Issued last night: I. _.'- _,V*i_Wi>_iii. of the City and County of Sam FrttiACtsco : Desiring harmony ami the .access of the Republican parly, and believing that tills can only be attained hv thorough organization, we In vite all member, or th. party to unite with us in our efforts '..> secure these results. The Republican Slate Central Committee at a meeting held April -.;, 1890, issued a call for the election ot delegates to Male, Congressional and district conventions, making it incumbent upon the County Committee to urate tbe necessary pro visions for the proper niliict of the...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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