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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 June 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. CHAMPIONS OF THE TENNIS COURT. Crack Players Preparing for the Four Great Tournaments of the Season. EEIGHI DEVOTEES OF THE SPOET. Prospects of the Eastern and West ern Doubles— The Battle for Champion Honors and the Cup at Newport — Famous Players Who Will Compete— A Game in Which American Girls Delight. MATEUR tennis players all over the land are girding up their loins and get ting nut their blazers and flannels in an ticipation of a very lively and interesting season. Indeed, it F rorniscs to t» e the liveliest that lias boon known since the game was introduced here from England, some half a d.zen years ago. There are alrei.dy twenty odd matches arranged as fixtures for lS'.m, but the interest centers in the four great championship tuurnanients of the fruited States National Lawn Tennis Association. If there is one game above another in whtcb the American girl i!e!it;''-t«, ami which the can Indulge without laying herself open to tlie imputation of tvir.,.' a romp...

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. — 8 June 1890

10 A CHARACTER PARADOX OF ASPEN; OIT Jack Bowdoin's Conversion and How It Came About t A NOVELETTE. WRITTEN FOR THE SUNDAY CALL, BY CLAY M. GREENE. ■ T-'¥ ft was a gambler and rum-seller, who knew X*\ , all the tricks of 6olli trades, and en; '•' T 1^ Ployed them whenever ami wherever oc- S'" caslon seemed to demand them. He was an outcast and desperado, who was tbe one, •■' because bis nodal preferences were those far re )noved from the customs of polite society, and He other, because the value of a human life was measured altogether by the weight o! provoca tion thai existed when he felt himself called ■ • upon to take one. and he had taken several. If In a game of draw Ills opponents lone con tinued lo bold stronger bauds than W, the dcx ■ t<Mi.ii« Rna complacent way in which he would •■ stock ibe cards," and turn the apparent tide of chance, would have done" credit to tbe most ac complished "skin gambler" of me West. If, a- was often the case, an election or a holi day or a V...

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. — 8 June 1890

THE THEATERS AND THE PLAYERS. Mr. Wilson Barrett Announces a Richly Attractive Wefk at tlio Baldwin. THE ORIGINAL "SILVEE KING." At Last, "The Gondoliers" — Mr. Crane in His Final Week -"Held by the Enemy"— Mr. Brady Will Bring Out "An Irish Arab." Kavanagh,the Boy Soprano — The London Gaiety— Notes. The current week mill be the third and l.i-t ol the engagement ul Mr. Wilson IScrreit and Ins \ifisf ! 'JM>£ -'fy °Xf?,, i* p ff */>.*•** ls the woiket two English dramatists— Jones and Herman. To-morrow (Monday) and Friday evenings be trill preaeot Ills own comedy-drama, "Nowadays," a story of the English tuit. witb the full, win;; cast: John Saxton Kr.lt/llson Barrett ■ Tom Sax ton, bis sou Mr. Murray Carson Mr Harry L'roydon Mr. Cooper curie Hick Dowllug Mr. George Barrett Gabriel-Harper Mr. Stall rd Smith Downey Mayter (nicknamed the Itaby) Mr. -Au-piii Mellord Sftndv Gouijh (nicknamed Shandy Gall) Mr. W. A. Elliott lw>b Frezhnroid Mr. Janifs A. "Welch Juniper, ,i stahic-bo...

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. — 8 June 1890

12 CALIFORNIA REMINISCENCES. Some of These Who Fell Victims of the Cholera in the Fall of 1850. • "■' ■ 1 ■!-. • . MOBTALITY ON RIVEB CRAFT. <ufus Lockwood, the Eccentric Law yer, and His Tragic Death on the Steamship Central America. A Celebrated Case— Mary Gates' Suit Against Charley Buckingham for Breach of Promise. Written for The Sunday Call. §N the fall of 1850, cholera ravaged Cali m\ fornia. It was most fearful and fatal in 1$ Sacramento and in the northern divis ion of the State. The death roll was reckoned in hundreds. The travel up anil down the Sacramento was mainly by small river craft, schooners, sloops and sail-boats of a few tons. Steamboats had not reduced the prices of passage below $20 deck and 830 cabin, and in descending the river and bay to San Francisco many pre ferred to come by the cheaper manner on the sailing vessels, which usually made - the trip in two or three days. The mor tality on these was frichtful. One schooner left Sacramento with forty-two pa...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 June 1890

v I '^ A. ; i f 1 L U B S A ROMANCE OF RUSSIA AND SIBERIA, By Prince Josef Lubomirski, Author of " Safar-Hadji, a Story of Turkistan," etc. COPYRIGHT ISW. BY MSTA DE VERE. XXIV.-COXTIXUED. A fearful scene it was that struck the eye In tlie Interior of the small hut. The bodies of the • dead gendarmes were lying under the beach on which I'm .nft had been tortuied. Dr. Haas had brought bis surgical Instruments aud was ex clusively occupied m assisting the poor secre tary, whose whole body was one vast wound. The wails were spattered over with blood and mud. Four of Hie exiles lay lifeless on the floor, others were trying to staunch the blood that was abundantly Bowing from their gaping wounds. The Colonel was lied tome central post, which In Siberia supports the ceiling. He writhed like a snake and uttered fearful threats and curses. Miller stood facing htm, his hair pushed back | from bis forehead. All around stood exiles, and ■tt-eliut resounded with cues of triumph and re write and...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 June 1890

14 ABOVE THE DOME OF THE CAPITOL. A Bird's-Eye View of Picturesque and Historic Ground by Amos J. Cnnimings. A GRAPHIC PEN PICTURE. Washington and Its Surroundings. A Glimpse* of Towers, Steeples, Mansions, Public Buildings and Great Men— Historical Reminders of the Assassination of Lincoln and Garfield. • — ■ I i-F:A.->IIINGTOX, June 4, 1890.— Let AH I,' us stand above the dome of the Wll;.^ Capitol and gaze upon the most 'beautiful city on the continent. The sky is intensely blue, and parks, buildings and avenues are bathed in sunshine. After three days of rain the atmosphere lias be come unusually clear, and objects miles away are distinctly visible. Broad avenues rauiate from the Capitol below us like spokes from a hub. They run to the boundaries of the city. All are shaded with EteSt tailor-like tiring. _ I A ci ol and refreshing breeze comes from the west. Tbe Potomac and istern branch stretch along the south flank Df the city like a bow of silver. The Long Bridge, over whi...

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. — 9 June 1890

V OLU M E LXVIII-NO. 9. TO SAVE HIS SISTER. A Shooting Scrape, Sequel to an Abduction. Eugene Cosies Shot at Montreal by His . Brother-in-Ln. Salisbury's Expedient to Accelerate Legis lation— The City of Rome Strikes Fastnet Rock. .:. Special Dispatches to The Mousing Call. Mo3.TKEAi-.Jnne ß.— A sensational shoot ins affair occurred a t 4 o'clock this after noon in St. Catherine stieet, as the result of which Eugene Cowles, son of the late Edmund Cowles, the well-known editor of Cleveland, Ohio, lies in the General Hos pital with a bullet wound in his neck, which may result in his death. Cowles and his wife, who is the daughter of Mr. Hale, a wealthy Cleveland banker, have not been living together for some time. Cowles has been in business in Lockport, N. V., nnd, his health failing, he determined to go on a trip. He made a visit to Cleveland to see his mother and friends, and on leaving there last Monday took with him his ten-year-old daughter Florence, unknown to her mother. The c...

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. — 9 June 1890

2 S UNDAY SPORTS. Marksmen Popper tlie Targets at Shell Mound. Handie.p Eaces at Central Park-Canoeing on Oakland Creak-An Interstate Bin? Match. There wag only a fair attendance of spec tators at Central Park yesterday to witness the third event in the foot-racing this sea son under the auspices of the California Fobt-raclng Association. It was the fchef ' lietd handicap, 135 yards. tThe track was not in the best of condi tion, and the runners had to labor under iinother disadvantage, the strong westerly / wind, which whirled the dust around in / clouds, half blinding the participants, us '''■- well as the spectators. The prizes aggre gated $100. .:, The official starter was Peter Jackson, the pugilist, and it was announced on the ' : programme that he would act in this eapa . city in all future events. Joe Acton acted • ■ as handicapper, Billy Jordan as judge and •' 1,1 Evalt as time-keeper. Pools were sold jun the several events, but the betting was . ■ Lot lively. : First heat— ...

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. — 9 June 1890

MISCELLANEOUS.^^ w .^..- L ,.-,,. r .^.,. US TO EXPLAIN ! They're a number of concerns in this town that do considerable adver- tising, bring you to their stores by promises of receiving $21) gold pieces for $10, or you're gulled by a mock Reduction Sale, or an Assignee Sale, or Forced Sale, etc. AND OF COURSE you're disappointed when they show you some old stock that's been in their places since the palnir days or '40, or some vile shoddy stuff that's dear at a ui!t ; AND WHEN* AN lIONORAKLE HOUSE ADVERTISES LEGITIMATE BARGAINS you're loth to believe 'em because you've been fooled so often by these Ki'arny and Market street fraudulent advertisers. NOW GENTLEMEN, YOU ALL KNOW THAT | RAPHAEUg 1 HATE ALWAYS LIVED UP TO THEIR PRINTED STATEMENTS. ALSO THAT RAPHAEL'S NEVER HAVE HANDLED ANY CHEAP STUFF. We've always made it a specialty of hnndlin? only the finest fabrics pro- curable, as well as the finest tailored goods that's ever been shown on the Pacific Slope. And our prices are even...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 June 1890

4 THE MORNING GALL TTan a Innrer circulation than any other newspaper published in San Francisco. l'l r.I.H VI !«>N OFFICE: 625 Montcpmery street, near Clay, open until 11 O'clock X K. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market street, near Kcari.y, open until 13 o'clock mMnUht : " &Z9 llayes street, open until 8:30 o'clock: 603 Luikln street, open until 9:30 u'lock, ana SSIS Mission street, o]»n until 9 o'clork p. *. SIIBSCKIPTIOJf KATES: PAIT.Y CALL (including Snndays), te per year by » ail. postpaid : 15 cents per week, or Us cents per calendar month Biro .. b carriers. DAILY CALL, five copies three months. $6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve I ages). SI 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL a: (I WEJBKLT CAUL f2 50 per rear, postpaid. WEEKLY CALL (elfjnt pages), *1 25 per year, post ij.ii. Clubs of ten (sent to one aclilrtss 1 , ♦li*. Sri-CIAL NOTICE FOX TIIE SniMEK MONTHS. Snbscri^er3 who intend going to the coniitry dnr ing me fiimuier months can have THK DAILY CALL mailed to them for a week or lo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 June 1890

BISTKF.SS CTIAXCEis. *ft < >! ;; in SALOON AT AN EXTRA BARGAIN; <J| UUVJ. handsome corner in the most respectable portion of the Mission: on the best business street; dolnga trade of from $15 to $20 a day; anyone will buy It when they see it, as It is a very flue in- vrstment. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kearny St.. It Cl 'H\l\ RESTAURANT FOR SALE; CLEAR- 1— v". Ing $200 a month over expenses: is handsomely fitted up and easily run: owners are leaving the city: will allow a trial of 30 days be- fore you purchase: will remain with the buyer until be Is fully posted how to run the business. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kearny st. lt_ & I <•< ill GROCERY-STORE FOR SALE: FINE «. iUi'W. bar connected; actual value $2000: is only one block from Market street; on a prominent corner; best of reasons for selling; any good busi- ness man can do a large business. Apply K. KENNY, 22 Kearny st. It C-tl-n/fPART CASH: HOTEL FOR SALE; O iK'U. one of the best locations In the city; BO well furnished...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 June 1890

6 EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. The Wedding of Colonel Presley C Baker and Mrs. Clara B. Wheeler. HALL PARTIES TO TAKE PLACE. The Excelsior Yachting Club Party Last Night — Simpson Lyceum Entertainment — Gathering at Sausalito — Private Picnic to Ross Valley — Serenade on Leavenworjh Street. The engagement Is announced ot Miss Grace Lovcll Putnam of Oakland to Mr. Louis Elmer Neerguard, foimeilyot New Yoik, the weddlug to take place this ruoutb. An entertainment was given ny the Simpson Lyceum In the parlors of Simpson Memorial Oiu'.ch on Wednesday evening. The lyceum lecluie by the Key. T. Chalmers Easton, D.U., was Interesting. His Uieme was " Manhood and Hie Republic," The following was the pro gramme: Devotional exercises and the business nt the lyceum; lyceum esa.iy. K unban Bilges; Tocal solo, Miss Grant; music (s -lections), by Professor Mansfield's Banjo Club; tenor solo (•cello obligaio), A. Werner; recitation. Miss Alice Hideout; Intermission; tenor solo, Kobert Husband; lyc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 June 1890

ROLL OF HONOR. Loading Pupils of San Francisco Schools. Boys ana Girls Whose Records During the Fan Scholastic Year Entitle Them to Special Mention. As has been the custom for years, The Call again presents to its leaders Hie lists of pupils in the various classes or the public schools whom „. their teachers have selected to be placed upon the roll of uouor. Valencln-Street Grammar School. Jos. O'Connor, Principal. EiKiilh'urade— Miss M. K. Morrison, teacher. Roll of Honor— Georela M. Dassonvllle, Rosa J. Da vies, Cornelius W. Pore, Kandall J. Ellis, Alice Knealke, Harry 1). Knuwlton. Samuel C. Lunt, Daniel J. McCarthy, Ira K. McCtiliough, Helen G. Noble, Alden F. Potter. Fred W. Scliell, Nellie T. >extnn. Geoige I*. Wahlheim, William V» Yalkenburgh, Fatmle K. Walsh. ...* Eighth Grade— N. Bluiges, teacher. Bull ii Houor— liih Pearl, Alice Mayhew, Clar ence G. Herrick. Edwin llohfeld. Maggie »l. Thomas, Florence Emerson, Myra Flood, ltov D. Mead. Eftl eE. Sniiili. ay Souie, Nellie...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 June 1890

8 THE PLATE TOO SMALL. -■ if Harper Could Not Put the Sail Over the Rubber. Thirteen Colonels Presented With First Base. Stockton and Frisco Engage in a Very Clots Game Which the Say Hen Win. Amateur Contest!. "There are more ways than one of killing; a cat," says an old saw, and the expression sug tests the idea that there are moie means than one of spoiling a ball game. Errors are to be expected as a matter of course, and weak bits ling, poor field work and bad umpiring frequent ly mar a contest. Yesterday's battle between Ihe Colouels aud Sacramentos was Infused with ■ sample of all these disagreeable elements, but Hie worst part of It was the want of control dis played by the young gentleman who officiated In the box fur the Senators. Hail tho home plate beeu a barn door Harper might have done bettor, but as th.' usual-sized rubber was In use George was 111 a pickle. Indeed. A baker's dozen of Colonels went to first base on called balls. Ye divinities and little fishes 1 Whit 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. — 10 June 1890

VOLUME IXVIH-NO. 10. SEVEN LIVES LOST. A Telegraph Operator's Terrible - Mistake. ; Freight-Jrains Collide on the labash Road in Missonri. Tbe Killed and Injured Fully Identified. A Number of Valuable Race- Horses Perish. Special Dispatches to The Mohxiso Call. St. Louis, June 9.— very serious rail road wreck is reported from Warrentown, Ho., sixty-one miles west from here, on the Wabasb road. Two freight trains collided just outside Warrentown this morning. Both engines and eighteen cars were wrecked. Seven men were killed and sev -1 eral wounded. 01 eight palace horse-cars, laden with race-horses, en route for the Kansas City races, two were wrecked, and the seven men in charge of the horses are reported to have been killed, together with seventeen of the horses. The accident was the result of an error of the operator of Montgomery, who . made the time read forty-five minutes more than it should have read. - The two powerful engines came together With a terrific crash, rearing up ...

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. — 10 June 1890

2 OAR, GLOVE AND GUN. Young Mitchell Makes His Final Deposit. La Blanche Will Leave Denver Wednesday for This City— Fishing for Striped Bass— A Challenge to Bow. • Contrary to general expectation there \?&i very little business transacted at the California Club last evening. The follow ing dispatch from 11. M. Rothery of Denver was read, which pleased the Directors: Df.nveb (Colo.). June 9tli. 7? 1 Fulda.CaUfomiaClub: La Blanche leaves .lime lOin at 3 A. M.lor Frisco; look mi: and act- Tug WC IL H. M. li'iiiF.uv. The proposed match between Joe Kilings ' worth iind Fitzsimmons will he attended to next Friday evening, when the Directors will meet to consult over the coining fight ' between the middle-weights. The Presi dent says, however, that the fighter* will be signed in August next. : Unless Jimmy Larking changes his mind between now and the latter part of next " month he will face Billy Murphy in Hie California Club sonic time in July for SISOO. with 8300 to the loser. Lartin...

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. — 10 June 1890

THE SUGAR CASE. Havcnipjcrs & Elder in Control Again of tho Refinery* Becciver Keddy Sispotaeued by the Supreme Court— Effect of the Decision Upon the Local Market. The Supreme Court yesterday rendered a decision in the famous American Sugar Kc finery case, granting an absolute and per emptory writ of prohibition against Jte ceiwr Keddy and Judge Wallace of the Superior Court, who appointed him, and restoring tho property to Unveuieyers & Elder of Xew York, with full control of the works. The decision, which is eighty-five pages of type-writing in length, does not touch the main suit for a forfeiture of the charter of the American Sugar Refinery Company, but merely takes the property out of the receiver's hands aud restores it to Haveiueyers & Elder, who were etuck holders in thu concern. In ii~ss Hn action was brought In the Su perior Court to fotfeit the charter of the American Su^ar Refinery Company, and such a judgment was declared and a line ol S.>mi imposed. The...

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. — 10 June 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL TTb* a larger circulation titan any other ntwsimper published in San Francisco. il PUBLICATION OFFICE 625 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 ' o'clock P. M. HKA>*CH OFFICES: 710 MArket unit. near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; SBB Hayes street,, open until 8:S0 o'clock: 603 lurk in street, open until 9:30 Clock, and 251S ■ Lission street, opon until 9 o'clock p. M. '■'-'■^;: SUBSCRIPTION KATES : • rAIT.V CALL (including Snndays), $6 per year by . Bait, postpaid; 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per -calendar month through carriers. daily ("ALL. live ccpfesilireo months, f*l 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve ■ - pages), M 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL kid WKEKLY CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. .TIJSEKLT CALL (eight pases), SI 25 per year, post . IS.IU, Clubs of ten (sent to one nihlrtM), $10. SPECIAL NOTICE FUU THE 901009 MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend going to the conutry dor ' '"it'K ihesummermouths can haveTHEDAILY CALL :• • died to them for a week ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 June 1890

OirSIKESS cnANCES. IF \Ol WANT TO BUY OK SELL A BUSINESS call .11 SHOAFF a ROSS, --:.:'■ Market st. it -^l;l«-> AA( 1 'DRY -GOODS BUSINESS ON JjM — .v/ll". prominent street; In fine brick building; leased at low rent: will sell at nvoice: juk nothing for fixtures or good will; flue chance to - buy a straight, legitimate, paying business at a great sacrifice, as owner is encaged In another en- utrprlsc which requires all his time and capital; win accept real estate or secured notes In part pay- . meut. SHOAFF A ROSS. 873^ Market St. It 7w<A||A RELIABLE PARTNER WANTED IN tJUu'-U.j strictly first-class manufacturing . business With a man of the highest .standing In this community, favorably known all over the Coast and with a practical experience of over 35 years; more orders constantly on hand than can rill: part of the I purchase money to be used for Increasing [he facii- *' Sties 10 meet the demands of the growing trade: no charge for good will; want a reliable partner with go...

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. — 10 June 1890

6 PKKSOXAI.S. JANE E. URADY^ IF IN CITY, LET ME KNOW, , v as yon will hear something to your advantage. TOM. jem" I *- »THOMAS HARE OF ENGLAND, WORKING AT ' A tannery, San Bruno road; letter at Call Office "O l^*. )el»7l- GOOD CHANCE FOR A MAN WHO UNDER stands restaurant business^ small sum of money required, as place Is partly furnished. Apply at - 781 Mission st. It' CARD OF THANKS— TO ALL FRIENDS AND acquaintances I tender my sincere thanks for the sympathy shown at the funeral of my beloved wife, CLARA MOENCH. WM. MOENCH. It* GENTLEMAN OF WEALTH, AUKI) 82, WOULD like to correspond with a lady of position and means; object, matrimony. Address Vendome, Box 93, Call Branca Office. It* QUALITY GUARANTEED OR MONEY RE- funded ; best Uolden-drip syrup, ft '25 per keg, can you buy It for less? 3 rolls best Point Reyes' fresh butter, s, l, less by the box, now Is the tune to pack for winter use; 2 rolls finest !•>•;. i uma butter, Bf>c; fine table buttur. '26c a roll; just think, l...

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