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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 June 1890

___ £_■ MISCELLANEOUS. \ ISTRICKEN DUMB WITH ASTONISHMENT I I B DAZED, BEWILDERED ARE OUR COMPETITORS. How can they if meet ns is the question they ask of each oilier. "We have PARALYZr.Ii n hi COMPETITION. Our announcement in last Wednesday's CALL brought I| fa such a throng: to our stores that we were compelled to shut the doors <lur- Eg I ins: the day. THEY CAME! THEY (SAW! THEY BOU«HTJ AND SUCH fig H BARGAINS! Never have our citizens been invited to such a graud bat- H m gain feast. This sale shames into insigniilcaiicc any sale ever, attempted H B on the Pacific Const. But two days more remain for you to take advantage m H or this GRAND JiAKUAIN OFFERING. But two days more remain tor U rj yon to step into our house and be given your choice of any §10 suit in the g H house for * || But two days more remain for you to take your pick of any $15, $18 H and $20 suit iv the house for S i 0.00 W FRIDAY AM) SATURDAY are the last days you've got to get in aud |j get your pick of any ...

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. — 13 June 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL ' tran n larcer clrculation than :i:;y otlicr i.i'«M>ai'« v r published in S:m Franclsco. TUBLICATION OFFICE: 625 Biontcomery street, near Cl»y, open mitil li orlock r. v. URANCH OFFICES: 710 Market • »treet, near Kearny.open untll 12 o'clock mldnlgnt; £89 Haycs etreet, open nntil 0:30 o'cloek: 603 . Uxklll ttreet. open untll 9:30 o-lock. and .518 I .„■■-:. i. street, opan uutll 9 o'clock p. m. SI'IJSCISirTIOX KATKS : iFAILY CALLfClncJndlnif Snodays), *« per year Dy irail.jwwtpald: IC cents per week, or 65 cents per olendar roontli turoujrta carrlers. I'AIH c.vl.L.five m>iatbrcemoiitlu.«6 25. SUNDAV CALL (twelva ■ase«) *1 ■'•<> per yenr, posti>»l'l. SI m>a\ CAIX ■ ir d wi XXI.Y CAI.L J; 2 50 per year, poatpatd. ' WEKKL3 t'ALL (elght lages), »1 25 per year, post jaid. i'lulu »tf te« (sent to one adilress), *IU BPECIAL NOTICK- FOK THE SUMMER MOXTHS. BolistTfben who intend golng to tiis poatitry dur lug tue eliminer raontbs ean tave TUE DAILY CALL "...

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. — 13 June 1890

nrsrsEss ciTAycEa. ! a; 1 * : \i)(\ - CORNER SALOON. WITH 6 LIVING «_ l<)Uvf. rooms; there is a large stock, aud fine fixtures; it Is. i good opportunity for everybody: a bargain. M. LESS .V- Co.. 995 Market st. It* H;7|'l|| FAMILY Llglioß-STOBE DOING A «*T* I ' 'V. good business; fine stock and fixtures: cheap rent and long lease. Apply M. LESS. 9SS Market st. ' It* <s;S,(in GROCERY STORE; LIVING ROOMS; «JPUUU. elegant fixtures; tine stock: sell on ac- count sickness. Apply M. EBB, ' 95 Market St. It* QQ.VI RESTAURANT: WESTERN ADDI- •., OU\J. t on; doing business of S7OO per niniiili: cheap rent: long lease; well worth#2ooo; greatest bargain ever ottered. Apply V. LESS. 095 Mart et.* aj< OAAA BUTCHER- SHOP; 3 HORSES: 9 UuU. wagousand cart, with all neces<ary ar- rangements; kills from 15 to 20 cattle a week; es- tablished since 1862; a trial given. M. LESS. 995 Market St. It* © TllA SALOON ON CITY FRONT. WITH L1V- i;l(IU. i,,< rooms; doing good business; line stock a...

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. — 13 June 1890

6 WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED DICTIONARY FREE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY! PID^C J. TFT . A ~KFTI<r <&, CO. 1615 I=»-A.Ca-E5S- 1500 lILjILjTTSTRATIOIIVS. SHSCOIXTD ESIDITIOITXr iEtEOEIVESID. Again on Friday and Saturday, June 13th and 14th, we will present to every purchaser of a SUIT OF MEN'S CLOTHES a handsome bound WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED DICTIONARY FREE. Our last announcement, : two weeks ago, took our entire stock on hand, namely, one hundred. We have but to-day, June 10th, received our second supply. REMEMBER, every purchaser of a suit of Men's Clothing— with the exception of our Eight Dollar and Ninety Cent Suits— will be presented one of those HANDSOME UNABRIDGED WEBSTER'S DICTIONARIES, CONTAINING 1615 PAGES AND 1500 ILLUSTRATIONS. If you want one of those handsome bound DICTIONARIES FREE FRIDAY and SATURDAY next will be your last chance, as we will discontinue giving same free after the above dates. PLEASE NOTICE that will guarantee the suits you purchase twenty per cent less than ...

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. — 13 June 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. fiarriage of 3lr. Waked eld Baker nud Miss Coralie Thomas. A WEDDING AT SAUSALITO. A Charming Entertainment at Illawara Villa— Nuptials of Mr. Henry Bangs and Miss Idalia King. Friendship Lodge Social Last Night— Parties on Octavia and Folsom Streets — Etc. "Harpy Is the bride the sun shines upon," snys a lime-honored proverb, and its trr.th is likely to lie (uithei continued In Ibe case o! the w tiding of Mr. lUker aud Miss Tliomas, which look place yesterday. Saaiallto, tbe scene of the ceremony, looked its best— the bo«ky terraces smiling down . peacefully upon the blue dimpled bay. spar:> ling • iii me radiant sunshine. It was a quiet, almont ' a family, wedding, and was especially character : Ized by the wealth of affectionate interest sur ■■ rounding it, and Hie rare abundance ot flowers, which lent their lunocent glory to the auspicious occasion. The groom, Mr. WaKeßeld Baker, Is (he son of Mr. and Mrs. L. 1.. Baiter of this city. To know 1 1 i ...

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. — 13 June 1890

8 HIS JUST DESERTS. A Faithless Husband Killed by His Wife. The Wronged Woman Then Sends a Bullet TnroDgh Her Brain. Driven to Desperation by Her Sister's Efforts to Wreck Her Home. Confessed His Guilt. Special' Dispatches to The Morning Calu Ai.hany (Oregnn}, June 12— N'ewi was re eelved heie to day of a terrible tragedy enacted early this morning seven miles nortneast of l.er> auoo. l'nr about ten years Grant A'arnspaugh bas resided with tits family, consisting of bis mft.-ai.dina children, In a country home near hi- parents, baying moved tin ie from California. A sister of Mrs. Aarnspanth has been residing at tUe borne of Aauispaugh for some time. Sus picious clrcomitancea led Mrs. Aarnspaugh to believe th.it tier husband was too attentive to her lifter. About 3 o'clock tins morning, and miss- Inc bat husband and heaiine ■ noise lv her els lei's room, Mrs. Aarutbaugb hastened there ami entered, when she found her sister In close company to her husband. "This Is not the lint ti...

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. — 14 June 1890

VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 14. LICENSING BILL. A Long Debate in the House of Commons. Gladstone Males a Vigorous Speech in Opposition to the Measure. Tbe Pope Predicts That Society Will Be Punished for Its Indifference to the Church. Special DispatebM to The Mousing Calu London, June 13.— Tiie debate on the Li censing Bill was continued initlie Commons tnis evening. There was a long discussion on Aeland's proposition to apply compen sation funds to education. Gladstone made m vigorous speech. The opponents of the bill bad, he said, considered it a distinctly retrograde step in social reform, and de manded that the funds be applied toward education. Public-house values had already risen through the prospects advised by the measure, and the moment it became a law every public-house in the country would be regarded as worth more than its market price.' The bill would establish the prin ciple that licenses might be brought up by money from public taxes at pricos virtually fixed by the license-ho...

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. — 14 June 1890

2 REAL ESTATE. A Quiet Business Week, but Good Trices Prevail. lbs Market-Street Extension - Downtown Prcperty-Bo Cars on Potrero Avenue. Auction Sales of the Week. It has been a quiet week In real estate circles. While business has been up to the averaje there liave been no maiked transactions. In one way toe respite has been pood for the deal. 1 rs. as it t ,v ■ tiii'iii a chance to nean up much busluess that leuiatned unsettled. SETT masonic' rmsTT.K. A movement has been started in favor of build ing a new Masonic Temple of greater maijnliuda and more elaborate than the strucluie on the corner of Tost and Montgomery streets. The capital slock is about all subscribed and Feveral local ious have received geueial canvass mid carelul consideration by the Executive Com mittee appointed to suiwrvtse matters. Tde preference as 10 silo la understood to be largely lavorahle lo iheso-vaia lot on the southwest corner of tioldro Gale avenue and Jones street, linmedlalslj adjoining the new Hl...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 June 1890

IT WAS MURDER. The Coroner's Jury Charges La Rue Witt This Crime. Irquen He'd en the Body of Harry Mcßride, Who Wai Killed in the Brutal F.ght in the Golden Gate Athletic C;ub. Coroner Eaton held an inquest yesterday after noon on the body of Henry Mcßride, who was killed on last Monday night by Frank I.a Hue during a fight in the Golden Gaie Athletic Club. The Jioigue was crowded with persons Inter ested In slogging and also professional prize fighters, who watched the proceedings with an Interest which at times approached anxiety. A. Aiidiews was the But witness sworn. He testified that last Monday night he was at a meet ing or the California Athletic Club, and after the meeting was asked by a gentleman to go to the Golden Gate Club to a "set-to." The Colonel re plied that be did not care to witness such an affair, but would Lot mind seeing a regular fight by scientific boxers. He went, however, and was not impic»si d favorably with the general ar rangements, as the light struck h...

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. — 14 June 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Hu* b larcpr rirrnlal ion Uian !i ny other uen£l>>>l>t'r i>ul>lislir<l in San Frauciscu. ITItLICATMO OFFICE : 625 lnontgomery sireet, ncar Clajr, open nntil 11 0 clort r. K. ItRAJiCH OFFICE 9: 710 Martet itreet. iwar Ke.-irny, opcn untll 12 o'clock midnlgtat; S?S> Haves street. oi«n nntil 9:30 o'clock: «03 l.ailin Ureet, open untll 9::!0 o'loek, »w» 25" lilsslou men, opan ti 1 1 1 i 1 0 o'clock i-, -i. si nscKirnoN KAXESI »AILY CALT. (Inclurtluif Suo<l«>»>, *(i por rrar irnl.Tiostiwld: 15 DHtl per >t«t, or 85 cents per raltndar iuui.ii> through r*rrleri DAILY C A LL, fire copie« Ihree nif.i.ths. *6 'J 5. .srMtAYl'Al.Lftwelve riges). SI 60 per ynr, pn«tp«id. iTM'AT CALL m.<l WKKKLY CALL *2 80 per year, postpald. VtthlA CAIX (elfiht påses). *1 25 per year, post laiU. t.i.b.-u: ten (snit to one :»l<ln»s.i. il«*- SPECIAL NimCE FOK TUE SI 'MHKK ||<)\THS. Eiiliscribcrs wbo Intend b'»iii? to the conutrr <lnr lag ilif sum...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 June 1890

r.rsrNrss rnANCF.S. Ht"'jr,/J »r-ii-irTir!s7~ATTi-:vrio}i - A FINE • OOV'. shop for sale in Oakland: established for years; clearing $125 per month over all expenses; good horse and wagon; rent ot shop and stable only .95 per month; best reasons lor selling: full proof of business given. Apply K. hi N .', .2^ Keai »t It St 1 U\l\ GROCERY-STORE FOR 8A L E-A «jTltv'V'. handsomely fltterl up store on a most prominent comer within 2 blocks of the Baldwin Hotel: has a nice bar, good stock of groceries. lues and' liquors; any active man can build up £ tine trade here as the location is extra good. Apply X.. KENNY, 22 Kearny st. It BRASS ! OUNDRY FOR SALE IN ONE OF OUR largest towns, a short distance from San F'ran- rlsco; ■..'.I value for the money; good profitable business; best of reasons for selling, Apply K. KENNY, 22 Kearny st. _lt {jorn saloon at an extra BARGAIN; *„ O\J, handsome corner in the most respectable portion of the Mission; on tbe best business street; (loihga trade of fr...

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. — 14 June 1890

6 WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED DICTIONARY FREE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY! B£.~T. FI-iA."VIlsr <&, CO. Ba&saWßsx&a a m bbSbi wuSLmswa ■raw bhb ■■■ tmrnea . !^^b^^ bb 1613 :E».AX3rES. 1300 ILLUSTRATIONS. SESOOKT3D EDITION" RECEIVED. Airaiii on Friday and Saturday, June 13th and 14tli, we will present to every purchaser of a SUIT OF MEN'S CLOTHES a handsome hound WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED DICTIONARY FREE. Our last announcement, two works a-o took our entire stock on hand, namely, one hundred. We have but to-day, June 10th, received our second supply. REMEMBER, every purchaser of a suit of Men's Clothing— with the exception of our Eight Dolhr and Ninety Cent Suits-will be presented one of those HANDSOME UNABRIDGED WEBSTER'S DICTIONARIES, CONTAINING 1615 PAGES AND 1500 ILLUSTRATIONS. If you want one of those handsome bound DICTIONARIES FREE FRIDAY and SATURDAY next will be your last chance, as we will discontinue giving same free after the above dates. PLEASE NOTICE that we will guarantee th...

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. — 14 June 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Tho Entertainment and Dance by the Native Sons of . . Vermont. • HOWLAND NUPTIALS. Marriage of Mr. Harry E. Rose, Son of Ex-Senator Rose, and Miss Ada Currier of This City— A Surprise Party to Dr. Harvey. . The McGlynn Dinner—Oppen heim Golden Wedding— Person- ] als— Etc. Again was Odd Fellows' Hall taxed to Its inmost limit last evening, the occasion being the regular monthly entertainment and dance of the | Pacific Coast Association, Native Sons of Ver mont. There was much of novelty indicated lv , the programmes attached to the Invitation tickets, and that fact bad doubtless something to i do with me gratifying attendance, which was something unexpected at Ibis season of summer ; vacations, even for ilia popular Vermouters' en teilaliimeut. The programme was as follows: Overture, Blum's Orchestra; Delsarte movement!!, Iris ! Club; soprano solo, '• O aon Fatal*" (Verdi), i Miss Jessie Grant; emotions, Iris Club; recita tion, selected, Mr. Paul Davis; vo...

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. — 14 June 1890

8 LIFE DIPLOMAS. The Educational Board Issues a Large Number. Tte Body of Nagle, lie Missing Shoe maker, Found Hear San Jose. Result of the Provincial Elections In British Columbia— Death of Hitchcock's Cy clone at a Portland Race. Special Dispatches to The tfOßxmro Call. Sacramento. June 13. -The Stale Board of Education opened Its regular sesslou to-dny In ibe office of Stale Superintendent of Schools Ira t;. Hunt, with all the members, except Governor Waterman, In attendance. The State Printer reported progress In the publication of primary geoKiaphies, which will be ready for distribution on July Ist, together with text-books on civil government and physiology. The following diplomas were issued: Life diplomas— Mrs. Maiy K. Allen. Franlz S. Den son, taihertue F. ('. Blake, L zzie A. Boorse, Hinolo K. Buckelew, Battle E. Dioglo, Karl A. Floden, .Mrs. Martal G irelsou, S.iencer C. Garri son, Mary F. Htuu, Mrs. Naoma Augell Kistel, Emma l.ovijiy, Miry B Lynch, Normal) E Malcolm, Sa...

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. — 15 June 1890

Jule Verne's New Novelette IN THE SUNDAY CALL. VOL. LXVIII.-NO. 15. A CONFERENCE OF DIPLOMATES. Crispi (0 Confer With Kalnoky and Then Visit Chan cellor Capri vi. BULGARIAN dUESTION AGAIN. Russia's Candidates for Prince Ferdi nand's Successor — Bismarck Urged to Accept a Seat in the Reichstag- A New Party Likely to Be Formed Under His Lead ership-American Riflemen. Copyright, 1890, by the New YorK Associated Tress. Berlin, June 14.— The semi-official an nouncemeut that Chancellor Caprivi will ■ccompany Emperor William on his visit to the Czar in August converts the meet ing from an exchange of imperial cour tesies into a diplomatic event. Prior to the Tisit tlie Italian Premier, Crisui, will come here for a conference with Uaprlrl after seeing the Austrian Premier, Kaluuky. These moves have a distinct relation to tne renewal of negotiations for the settle ment of the Bulgarian question. Russia persists in refusing to recognize Prince Ferdinand, but will recognize the Bulgarian Premi...

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. — 15 June 1890

2 STEALING OVER THE BORDER LINE. Hundreds of CLinese Laborers Landing Monthly at Mex ican Ports. " COMING TO THIS COUNTRY. Strong Evidence of a Special Treas ury Agent Against Coolies Who Landed Illegally— Captain Milti more's Trial by Court-Martial. - An Aged Man Murdered and His Property Stolen— Fire at Clover dale. Special Dispatches to The ■ossmre ("alt. TUCSON (Ariz.), June 14.— A Star's Hermo .' 81110 (Sonora, Mexico) special says: The Chinese .:. are coming into Souorala large numbers, every ■ vessel landing at li tiaymas bringing more or less. : There weie uot less than 400 arrivals in me last two mouths, and it is understood that the United ' States is ttielr point of destination. Several ' bands have sought employment In Uie mines /"without avail. Considerable feeling is manifested ■ by the Mexican laboring class against the Chin ese going Into the State as they tear the aliens ■ will compete asainst them. ■ Tucsox, June 14.— S. Irving, Special Agent of the Treasury, arriv...

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. — 15 June 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. ______ MISCELLANEOUS. _____ __„. OVER OUrHoMINDOWS I THIS XVE-EK.! I It means a clear saving of from ten to fifteen dollars on B any Suit or Overcoat you may select. Nearly 2000 regular $18, I $16.50 and $15 garments MUST GO during this GREAT SALE i at the unapproachably low price of Saw se~^&- %n&»4^B >H> ~ rrm VSH _|_a igja Bfi B_a l_n 1 Don't be deceived by the "chaff" thrown out by Market- B street tricksters, or the Montgomery-street parrot, but come I direct to BARGAIN HEADQUARTERS for your Clothing, and 1 we, AS MANUFACTURERS, will not only SAVE YOU ALL 1 PROFITS OF MIDDLE-DEALERS, but will also PROTECT I YOU in whatever you purchase by GUARANTEEING EVERY- | THING HE SELL TO BE JUST AS WE REPRESENT IT y or your money will be most cheerfully refunded. I NO DICTIONARIES, NO BOGUS TELEGRAMS, NO SHODDY, I NO CHROMOS, NO BAITS, NO HUMBUGGERY, I NO NOTHING BUT I Genuine, Honest Bargains Will Be Found I ' 202, 204, 206 Kearny Street, " If CORKTEH. SUTTE...

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. — 15 June 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL UK* a larger circulation thsn any other newspaper published in San Francisco. '„ riTBI,ICATIO>' OFFICE: 625 Wontpomery street, near Clay. open until 11 O'clock r. M. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market street, neir Kearny, ..pen until 12 o'clock midnight; SS9 Hayes street, open until 0:30 o'clock: Wi Larkln 'street, open until 9:30 Clock, aud .518 Mission tlrect. Q|«n lint" 9 o' f ""' k ■•■ "■ SIT.SCIUPTION HATES: r>AIT V CAIX (Inclndliie Sundays), $8 per yew by imil. postpaid: 15 cents "per week, or 65 cents per nln!««r month through carriers. DAILY CALL, fire ■ copies three months. ?S 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve ' riges), *] 60 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL «: 0 «] tKl.v CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. V fcEKLY CALL (eight paces), *1 28 per year, poit isld. Clubs or ten (sent to one mlilrt ssi, ¥10. •: SPECIAL HOIICI FOX THE Sl'HMKlt MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend going to the country dor liig the summer month-* can have THE DAILY CALL mailed to them for a week or lon...

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. — 15 June 1890

cttv i;i;at. estate. «3rl Z, aaa. POST st., near jones; nice tjpl tI.UUv. residence of 12 rooms and bath and all modern conveniences; stone sidewalk-, etc.: l»t ajxl:<7:o, on the many side •( the street <;. H. UMBSEN A- CO.. 14 Montgomery. Jels SuTaTh 31 SvT'.ll LOT 25x125, ON OEVISADEHO ST.. iS>Z. I O\J. just 1 1 -. blocks from the Halght-st, cable-road: line marine view. G. 11. L'MHSKN & CO., 14 Montgomery st. JelS SnTnTh 3t <Si.'>'-\l\O CHEAP: LOT 78:4x114; ON THE N. •T — tJV'U. line of Duncan st, near Sanchez. O. H. UMBSEN * CO.. 14 Montgomery st.ls SnTuTh 3 Stf;AA~ LOT 85x120; < p N 17TH AYE., NEAR J «j!UUU.st: 8. side. G. H. UMBSEN 4 CO., 14 Montgomery st. jc!s SuTuTn 3t_ CMIMH VERMONT >r..\: vi; NEVADA. AM) «li t/UU. ouly 1 block from Potrero aye. ; lot 25x 100. G. H. "CMIISKN A CO.. 14 Montgomery street. je 15 SuTuTU 3t <Si !')"n COB. SACRAMENT Sl\, A.NDLEKOT place, near I.eavenworili St.; 2 2-story bosses, and lot 20x70. O. H. UMBSEN a CO., 14 Mo...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 June 1890

6 ": BFSTNKSS CHANCES. ■ TF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL A BUSINESS , IcaIIonSHOAFF _: ROSS. 87«Vj| Market st. It " (0- 1 (\{\r\ CANDY FACTORY AND ICE-CREAM ft IUUU. parlor in Oakland; clearing $120 a month; cost $1200, but must be sold at a sacr. lice for good and satisfactory reasons: the place '»"«>> fitted up with all the necessary furnliiir. ■. ft x tares and tools pertaining to the bnslness "ffii ißi™ rooms, I, c cream Parlor, work-room and living rooms; lease: rent only $50. -UOAFF * ROSS. ♦T3>/j Market st. _____ _>-r/i SALOON; SALTS. $18 TO $20 A DAY; • $000. great baWaln. SiIOAFF « ROSS, 873 u, . Market st. _______ a dvii, GROCERY AND BAR AT INVOICE: ■ < J ZOO. doing a good business: cheap rent: 11*. Stg rooms; a sure bargain. MIOAFF _ K055, 8731. " Market >.t. ___________ a>A'l\ PABTNEB WANTED -SOBER AND •: 3p_OU. industrious man to keep plain accounts, attend to collections and look after hired kelp lv an oM-establlshed contracting and Jobbing business wit...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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