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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 June 1890

HAPPENINGS ACROSS THE BAY. How It Was Proposed to Smuggle Chinamen Id. Tuna* for the Y. K. C A. Building— Teachers' "" Examinations- Dr. Mtrritt IU-Boyi Sun Awsy Frcm Alameda. ' ' Bret Harle's " All Sin " was orotiglit to the mind of Depuiy Slieriff A!den at the Alameda County Jail me olber t.vtiiKip. Doiuiy Slieriff and ■ -.si. iiit Jailer M unison bad cone to stock ton witli Insane, and Mr. AlUtu was taking bis '• place at tie Jail." Ah liim, known as tlie "Chi nese lawyer," and tl.e " lleuu' ol Sal (jam, tbe I in i. ii -sj, new in jail serving sentence, tried to gel six of the eighteen Chinamen now In tbe jail awaiting steamer to be sent back '■ to Cblua for smuggling themselves across the ■ southern border of ibe State out by an Ingenious plan He imposed lo Mr. Aidin to swap some men ... wauled to go lack to China for some . vi bo wanted to remain in California. lie pro . l -in to no it In this way. lie said, "Mebbe 'some Cbluameu be tested for lottery, ilebue you lene -. ii c C...

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. — 15 June 1890

8 EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. The Marriage of Mr. Henry A. Bulison and Miss Minnie Butenop. THE MASK AT CAMP TAYLOR Wedding of Mr. Lewis Sanborn and Miss Lottie Blanc— Brilliant En- tertainments at Honolulu— Nup- tials of Mr. Jules Gerhardt and Miss M. J. Mergenthaler— United Friends Social. Some 200 friends were preicnt last evening at the Hist Presbyterian Chuicli on Van Ness avenue to witness the wedding of Miss Minnie .ButenoD aud Mr. Harry A. Kullson, both of this elly. It was uol until nearly 0 o'clock tliat the bridai parly appeared. Mr. FlelssDer, the organist, hav ing rendered several choice sanctions during the time In which Messrs. Frederick Gardner and John <i. Cioinan were seatius the guests. The btKJe was attended bj Miss lienriette Gagllaido and Miss Kn raa SterpeubacKer. The pait of groomsman was tilled by L. H. liacouillat, aDd H. IN wgeier discharged the office ol best man to Be groom. Tlie impressive me, lucludiug au eloijiieiit add i ess, was pei formed uy Key...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 June 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. PLEASANT SIGHTS AT NEWPORT. Famous Mansions and Edifices Erected a Century and a Half Ago. HOMES OF OLD SEA CAPTAINS. General Forrest, the Illiterate Negro Who Was Befriended and Edu cated by Phil D. Armour- Presi dential Possibilities — Lincoln's Early Allusions to His Boy "Bob." Special Correspondence ot The Scsi>ay Call. M'iEWTORT (R. I.), May 30, 1890.— 1t is I\|'.. pleasant to occasionally come to Ijjlll Newport The vulgar display on the part of the limp and halting aristocracy is hateful to see; but there is a good ana olden face shining benignantly out of un pretentious plenty and a mellow perspect ive of historic age. Go where you will the eye ranges along mossy walls, by lane and by street; catches sbimmerings of light beyond vistas of overarching elms; rests genially upon stone capping* to which the architecture of our time is a stranger; sees amplitude and hospitality behind great colonnade porches; lights upon dormer windows and " hipped" roofs of such...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 June 1890

10 NOBLEMAN OR ACROBAT? OB The Cascabe/s in Ahska. A NOVELETTE. WRITTEN FOR THE SUNDAY CALL. BY JULES VERNE, CHAIMEII I. •v\t( tbe spring of ISG7 Count Sergiug Wasslllo- I ' wltcJi turned over liis extensive estates lying witch turned orer li is i xleusive estates lying :I / nejir IVrm, linilli. to the care and keeping '=* of a trustworthy manager, and accompanied ■ l>y a>&gle attedant. Ills devoted body-servant, .• Ivan, set out upon a long, difficult and danger ' out journey. l'asslug over the Ural Mountains • lie traversed Siberia, crossed Belli Ing Straits and ' cuter, d Alaska, his Intention being to visit the ■ most Important trading-posts of the Interior of -that country, and follow the course of Hie Yukon Va its headwaters 11 neressaty. The object of ' this journey was as singular as It was touching. Twenty years before an elder broltier, Alexis, .passionately devoted to travel mid exploration, "li'ad spent several years among I lie treat livers aud lakes of Northe...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 June 1890

THE THEATERS AND THE PLAYERS. Fresh Pieces to Usher in the Week at the Leading Houses. MISS SINJIN AT THE BALDWIN. A Rus-in-Urbe Play at the New Cal ifornia — Also, at the Bush- Street— Brady Breaks the Rec ord — "The Gondoliers" — Mas ter Kavanagh — Movements of Professionals— Notes. Tl.ree good companies liave stepped down and out wi in (lie close of die week. During their en gagement we ate free to say our citizen* bare joyed some acting tar above tbe average, aud detected some at tbe same time that shaded off Into mediocrity. Mr. Wilson Barrett leaves tbe ]':ild»in by no means as well satisfied ' Rv4al_r ME* KI B.;%s5*g^Rf gH SIB with !!.e result of his season as he expected to be, aud— taking the success or the Keudals at the same house into account— he is justified ii: a feeliug of disau- polutment. After all, we begin to lliiuk suc cess in a theatrical way It due, Dietty nearly la the same degree, to well-planned and dis creet management as to 11. talent, even it it be except...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 June 1890

12 THE NEW SALON OPENED IN PARIS. Exhibition at the Champ de Mars Of the Production of Many Artists. THE OUTCOME OF DISCORD. At the Annual Meeting of the Asso ciation of French Artists There Was Division of Opinion in Re lation to Awards, and the Result Was Two Salons in the Gay Capital. Special Paris Correspondence. PARIS, May 24, 1890.— The Salon of the Champ de Mars is an artistic i success. The National Society of - Fine Arts is the result of a discord— that of December 26, IKS 9. That day the Associa tion of French Artists held Us annual meeting and the discussion becan, "Would the association recognize the recompenses ■warded at the Universal Exposition." M. Bongnerean believed in the recognition of the awards from the Champ de Mar«, and 11. Meissonier warmly defended these '^^S^"lte&#-* 8^^^R HUMPHREY MOORE J-V WAS STUDIO. awards. As a result ol this seance we have the Salon of the Champ de Mars, with Meissonier at its head. In arrangement the ChamD de Mars is far superio...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 June 1890

J|ly7fTHi' Ace 0f A ROMANCE OF RUSSIA AND SIBERIA, By Prince Josef Lubcmirski, Author of " Safar-Hadji, a Story of Turkistan," etc. COPYRIGHT two, BY iota de VEER. XX V I — [CONTIXVEP.] No sooner had I'alkln spoken these words than Schelm fell upou nun like a tiger upon bis prey. "Ah I" he cried, "you Satan, you have that re oelpt?" "Would I have began the battle without It?" Falkiu acted upon the Informatiou lie had ob tained during that terrible ulght at I lie village. Convinced that lie would be able to manage Scbelm by simple threats, he had permitted him self* baiefaeed He, and the boldness met wiib unexpected success. ScDelm dropped into his chair, almost overwhelmed. "In spite of your double-refined Intrigues, M. Schrlui. or ra!h?r Yon Scholmbeis." said Pa Ik Id, "you must confess thai for once you are helpless. Why did you tuiow down tlie'cnntlet when I am quite willing to proceed to union with you ?" "Traitor! Why did you Dot hand me that caper with lie other*?" •■How can y...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 June 1890

14 YACHTSMEN WHO ATTEND COLLEGE. Where Wealthy Amateurs and Owners of Famous Boats Learn Navigation. < THE ADJURAL'S RICH PUPILS. The Ex-Commander of the Haytian Navy Who Turns Out Expert Navigators in a Month— Mrs. Brownlov/s Naval School — Some Noted Graduates. ■lyfiAViGATEniy own yacht? Of course |\| 1 .io." 1i » x . ■•And dispense with a sailiug mas tei •"' 1 a-ked further. •;oh, well, the fact is Borne of us have it 1 don't think there is a man in tiie club owning a single or double sticke-i »!:« isn't capable of taking her any e just as handily as any o!d profes sional," replied my friend, who is a well known member of the .New York Yacht • ■ But in raci-s?" I persisted. ".\li, there now, It's different when you're ■ ■ get all the good points I be can, and there is where master conies In useful. But In - Dg and pleasuring about American ! even farther, a yachtsman's . .-. to stand him in good lie must be a certificated man, of course." "By a Government navigation b.iirj? I ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 June 1890

VOLUME LXVIH-NO. 16. A COMPROMISE. The President and the Silver Qnestion. Senators fflio Ha?e Agreed to Yote for a Substitute Measure. Eelief That the Problem Will Ee Satis factorily Solved Before Nightfall. Bpeclal to The Mokkixs Call, Washington, June Yesterday the California Associated Press agent tele graphed that a certain Si-nator had circu lated a petition snurig ßepublican Senators and that tweuty-seven liad pledged them selves to soppi rt the House bill as passed by that body. To-night the correspondent is able to give the full storj of this transac tion. Last Monday President Harrison sent foi enl;er lletd ana Secretary Win doni, saying to them that something should and must be done toward the solution of the silver question or the Iu publican Ad ministration would suffer the consequences. President Harrison, Secietarj Wimlom and Speaker Keed heid a lengthy o nference and finally decided on a bill supplementary to the exi-tiug law. which would provide for the coinage of 54...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 June 1890

2 "TIRED OF LIFE." A Young Wife Ends Her Exist ence by Taking Toison. Eh* Leave* Her Home and Dies ia a Geary- Street Lodg-iog-Hcnse-Wonia Not Be Saved— Sick and Unhappy. Mrs- Ellen Ilobson, wife of W. D. Hob ten, proprietor of the Elaiuore House, 22 Fifth street, ended her life on Saturday night by taking a dose of "Rough on Kats." The direct causes which led tc the suicide are net known, but the husband and rela tives are of the opinion that her mind was affected by sickness, and tlat it was while laboring under temporary aberration she committed the deed. Mrs. llobs(>n was a young woman, good looking, and of » lively disposition natur ally. A little over a year ago she married Mr. Hobson, who was her senior by several .years. Friends say that the disparity in the ages of ihe two rendered the union an unhappy one. and that Mr. and Mrs. Ilobson some times quarreled. Then, soon after the mar ringe, Mrs. Ilobson's health began to fail and she became melancholy. This mood was inten...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 June 1890

— : — — MISCELLiANEOPS. Offer Dictionaries Nor Gifts pi To attract you to our lionse, but rely solely npou the immensity of onr N bargains to briifsr you there. Anyone cifteil wiih OKDI.NAUY COMMON' ; Eg SE>'SE knows that Webster's Dictionary costs §4 SO wholesale >'<>w If how can a house that is square ami honest afford t<> give toii one of these j El bonks unless they have this #4 S'J taxed on to the price of every suit of . la clolhes. Such a fake as that may work on a few lveak-mimleil people, |i a but sensible people kitovr thai they'd have to pay for tho bo.»k and get the I M vilest shoddy truck made in the bargain for llieir money. ! P DOJPT BE GULLKD to any store that advertises gifts, as you've got b§ to pay for 'em, and very dearly too. £ a The enormous success or our CLOSIXG-OUT SALE OF SPRIXG AXD ! [I SI'MMKK GOODS have made the elotking fakirs about toivu dou their : H tkinkiag caps to try and attract the crowds away from | lE*. AF3EI: AEUrS ! ~~] g Hu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 June 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL : n»n A Janrer circulation than any other iicuki>ui>vi' I'lilil Ntiri! In San Francisco. rriSLICATIOX OFFICE: G25 montgowery street. near Clay, open naUl 11 o nock r. M. KUAJiCH OFFICES: 710 Murlret f trret, near Ke»rny, open until Y- o'clock miilnlplit; • fIP Hayes street, open until 9:SO o'clock: i;i>:i 1-aikin street, open until 6:30 o'lock, aua 2518 . >»i&>ioii tireet. onan until 0 o'clock ■'■ m. SCBSCBOTION 15ATK8: . PATI-Y CAIX (Including- Siiii'l:i> I), *« per venrhr - ir»n. postpaid: 16 cents per week, or l>s cents per calendar month through carrien. DAILY CAM.. . tcpiesihree months. »B 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve 'iae.es), M 60 per year, postpaid. SUMDAY CAX.L . ii. WJJSKLY CALL *2 5U per year, postpaid. JIVXEKLY CALL (elgtri pxses), »1 25 per year, pust . lain. c;ubsortrn (sentto one addrtss), $10. : SPECIAL NOTICE FOlt THIO BTJMKEB MONTHS. IFuliscrlbers wlin Intend golnit to t!ie eoniitry diir- Ing the snininer months on h.ivr THK D...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 June 1890

nispiKSs rnJVNrK&. $! I I lltll ''Ai'i R ROUTE FOB SALE: IS CPON qj . mv.'u. ok oi ami lay tu-st morning papers: is very central downtown; making «oo:l wages; only requires -2. hours to deliver each morning: any one can run it anl make good wages: this investment Is as enreae real estate: 1 il allowed before >oii luy. Apply lo h . KENNY. »3 Krarny st. It Styftft CLEARS i11 25 PERMOS 111 OVEBAIX <». •J\'\». expenses: lrult-storc for sale; atlne stand In the heart ot the s> estfrn Ad litlon; Is positively I ■ trade or over J'.'O per- day; 2 living rooms: i oi inly sis i.er month; good iiorse and wagon to deliver: best of reasons fur selling. Apply K. !fY. 2g Kean it SfeJ'Wl LAIUKS. ATTENTION! PARTNER <T lt»U. warned by a lady In an old-estalillshrd. nrst-class business: clearing awonl f :mh) per motith; no i i. \ions expa icet In get- ting B partner Is to extend the business; duties litht. Apply k. kknny, 'Jj Kearny ■_ it SI "'I '(I FAMILY I IQUOR-BTORZ FOB BALE; I— t'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 June 1890

6 EVENTS IN IHE SOCIAL WORLD. Tie Terrill House \\ arming and Wedding Anniversary Tarly. AS EXCURSION ON THE BAY. Marriage of Mr. William Searles and Miss Georgie Aitking— The Elite Club Parly Across the Bay. Picnic Announcements — Nup tials of Mr. Frank T. Nilon and Miss Morgan of Nevada City. . . Atihe residence of tlia brlJe's parents, 2318 Howard stieel. i:ist Saturday, by tils Kev. Dr. Ilarcouit. Miss Maude Davis, eldest dangbtei ot Mr. and Mrs. I". A. D.i'.l-. was married to Mr. Frauk L. Tuylor ol Uie firm ot 5. 1\ Taylor & Co. Only Immediate lelatlves ol tlie family were present. Tiiey left alter " ie ceremony lor poluts od the North PaclOc Coast Railroad, where they will spend a couple of weeks awaiting [lie com pletion of their collage at Camp Taylor, where they will «pend tun summer. Ou their remru 10 the city they will take up iheli ie«idence at 428 Ellis' street. Kn^ag-inent >"-»tr*. ilie engagement is announced of Emma G. Welch, the only daufibter of Mr. ana .Mis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 June 1890

FESTIVE SCENES OF FLORENCE. Ceremonies That Mark the End of Lent and Dawn of Easter. ANNUAL BLESSING OF HOMES. " La Gran Festa Delia Colomba" the Result of a Vow Made by a Pil grim to the Holy Land— The Battle Standard of Florence, Greek Celebration of Easter. Bpectal Correspondence of Thk Mormnu Call. Florence, April 31, ism.— When one lives in rooms twenty feet high, per haps it is too nuu'li to expect the lofty ceilings to be kept free from dust and cob webs; but having a constitutional dread of spiders it is disheartening to -ee them riot ing over one's head in undisputed posses mou of the field. The pendant webs sway ing with every breeze were certainly pictur- '• esque when looked at from an artistic stand • point, and they also mads good targets for •■• balls and bean-bajjs, and we succeeded in : bringing some down in that waj . Some ■. time they would fall uninvited, and the spi .'. der9 were too social. So we protested— they .'. ■ must come down. The maid smilingly told us ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 June 1890

8 COULDN'T HIT A LITTLE BIT. Oakland's Pitchers Play Havoc With Frisco. The Colonels Take Two Games From the Home Team. lie Country Clnbs Split Even— A Pitchers' Battle Between Kilrcy and Harpsr. Among the Amateur*-. A problem that Manaeer Finn wa< endeavoring to solve la^t uifctit was whether Uobinson's twlrl ers pitched uuconimouly deceptive ball or 1119 flayers were deteriorating In batting* Aud Mr. Finn might well puzzle tils liead over tbe matter. During the two games against the Colonels yesteiaay the liume team made three runs, one of winch was earned, and their hitting was so widely scaltered that In filteeu lnnluts they were uuable 10 cross liie ilate. Aboat 6000 people attended the afternoon gain' at Ibe Haigbt-Btreet grounds, and the audi ence was maluly coini>o«ed ol residents of this city, wbo had few opportunities to yell for their UTorltes. Tbe p-mie opened up well, glvine promise ol a ciose score, out Hie thud inuiui: turned out lu be a Waterloo for Frisco. In ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 June 1890

VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 17. VICTIMS OF FIRE-DAMP. Terrible Explosion in the Farm Hill Mine. Thirty two Men Perish in a Pennsylvania Coal-PiL A Volume of Gas Ignited by a Young Han In Attempting to Warn Bis Com rades of Their Danger. Sjt.lai Dlspttciei to Tin: Hoßßisa Cat.!. Dujtbah (Pa 1, Juno 17.— Monday morn ing, »t 11:30 o'clock, a sullen roar shook the lowly miners' dwelliugs on Farm Hill, in Fayette County, near this phice, ami hundreds of affrighted people, who knew the souud too well, and who feared another mine disaster, soou found their apprehen sions well grounded. In a moment the fearful news had spread that tiie eas in the mine had exploded. The low brow of the hill from which the stope entered shook from its mouth 'to the pit, and the score of miners' bouses lining the fatal hill shook for a moment and. then poured forth their fren zied Inmates by hundreds. A rush was made to the mouth of the pit, but ingress was impossible, as smoke iu dense volumes was issuing furth. THE VI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 June 1890

2 TAX LEVY. Its Apportionment by the Finance Committee. An Additional L; vy of 3 1-2 Cents on Each $100 Kectmmeiidd-Contracts /.warded. Market-Street Extension. An unusually larce amount of routine buslnesf - was tiansacted by Hie lioaid of Supervisors last nlgnt. Mayor I'ond presided. Supervisors Blue bam aud Noble were absent. Tbe request of Mmastem .-climllt, Fire Com missioner, to absent liic-.self from tlie State lor sixty <■•'>'* Com • lulie 20ih was granted. A petition was received from ty-owners ■ to expunge a or! Ion nf Anlliouy street, between - Clenirutina and I'ol.-mii, fiuin tl.e map, and an other teiliU'U loesubllsu electilc lights In the disti let bounded by Central avenue, the i'acin* *i •Oce%-(TuTaeir>fti'.^£? lkaD< ' lI ' eI "' esldi<> v ' ■ \a^ piotest was leceiv^ 1 r <> rtr r o«ners lajiainst the proi osed assessTnent dlitrlct for tue /VteuMon ol DoVies stiee', and asking iliat tlie vHeity fi c.» line on both sides ol Doloies street Itofrt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 June 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. The Wedding of Miss Annie Nel son and Mr. Frank W. Hibbs on Saturday. DOUBLE EVENT AT MARE ISLAND. Marriage To-Day of Mr. de Lorme and Miss Burns — A Compli mentary Dinner at San Ber nardino — The Gardner-Lovett Wedding — A Yachting Excur sion to Angel Island — Personal Notes. Tbe wedding of Assistant Engineer Franlc Wane:: lllbbs, V. S. N, attached to the Union Iron Works, and Miss Annie Jaunette Nelson, daughter u[ Commander aud Mis. Tnouias Nel son, was the social eveut of tbe past week on Mare Island. Toe ceremony was uei formed last Saturday, at noon, in tuo navy-y.ird cbapel, wlilcu Had been t.isiefnlly decorated witb v.lilte and yellow Sowers, Interspersed witb foliage, by Mrs. QualtrougU, Mrs. Forney aud otuer iad.es ol the station. Ueutenaut J. A. Turner played Mendelssohu's '•Wedding March" as tbe bridal parly entered. Tlie maids 01 honor were Jlisi Alice lliuus aud Miss Florence Nelson. 1 lie bridesmaids were Mi^s liibbs. Miss Irwln, Silas Lulu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 June 1890

4 . • THE MORNING CALL Tin* n Inicer circulation th:in any other m-« m>:»i'«'v published In S'tn Francisco. rrr.I.ICATIOX OFFICK: 525 Montgomery street, near Clay, open nntn 11 o clock p. u. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market rtreet, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock mldnlgnt; EB9 Hajes street, o]ien until 9:30 o'clock: iio;i Larkin street, open until i'::to o'loct, aua 251S Mission street, opan until 9 o'clock r. *■ (SItIiSCKITTION KATES: EAILY CALL (includliiß Snndays), ft) per year by n:ail, postpaid: IB ccllt3 P er we*, or 63 cents per calendar month through carriers. haii.y C.U.L.flve <cplfsitreen.onU s.?6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve I«ges). SI 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL «i.d WJJEKLY CALL »2 BO per year, postpaid. WEEKLY CALL (eljht pages), *1 25 per year, post l»iu. Ctoasoften (sent to cue aildrtss), *I<>. SVECIAL JJOTSCE KOIt TIIK SUMMEB .iIIVTIIS. Subscribers who Intend gotnjt to the ccmntry dur lnEtbf summer months can have THK DAILY CALL mailed to them for a week ...

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