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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 17 June 1890

. BI'SI>'F.SS riIA>TKS. CJAA KFSTAURANT AND COFFEE-SALOON ; i^iZxJU. nice, neat, cosy place; risht in busiuess center: spleudld range; elegant dtuing-room: eh tap rent; living rooms: |ust the place tor man and wife; nice home: Brst-class paying trade; well worth $350; must sell: never such a chance; do not miss It. See GEO. STEWART, 135 Kearny St. II ffIOXA PARTNER WANTED TO-DAY; LIGHT — ou. manufacturing business; Is only suitable ■ for mail willing to work in store, keep plain ac- couuts and make himself generally useful; clears $75 per month to each, with splendid prospect for large Ini rease ot trade; business easily learned; no night or Sunday work: has full stock material, tools, etc.; Is a bargain ror an active, steady man. Apply CEO. STEWART. 135 Keaniy St. 'A_ - A I rTF n PARTNER WANTED IN COMMRR- 2nl i OU. oial. express and teaming business; to act .-is cashier, keep the books, omce, receiving, tliipphiß and delivering freight and imrchandise; has 8 ""■•.. l'i!i' tea...

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. — 17 June 1890

6 FERSONAM. . ARIToF THASKS-WE HEREBY DESIRE TO V eipresjour heartfelt thanks to all those (anil •specially the members of the musical profession) who so k!r..l!f participated at the f oneral ceremo- nies or our father, th? U«e .J, J. JICNU wiler. J. E.and FKEO MUNUWYLI-.R. ll ■ iIEBMAX WIDOW WISHES TO MAKE TUK U acquatutauce of an elderly gentleman; object matrimony. Address W. 14. li., Box »7, U*}» Branch Office. ll MME. VIUA, ORIENTAL BEAUTY PHYSICIAN, reception and cosmetic parlors; consultation free. omcc goor._2- lieary St.. near Kearny. Jel7 at DMANN * OTTO. LATE OF KAITM * JT Felduiann, opened a arst-class saloon at 7 sixth St., aud will be pleased to see their friends. ]e!7 7t GBOCEBIEB— BROS., WHOLESALE Ll ana retail grocers; the oldest established and roost reliable house ou the Pacific Coast; teas and eoOcesa specialty; no cbroinos or crockery: best soodsat lowest prices: country orders packed and shipped free. » and 11 Montgomery ave,. «u and 4.2 Fourth St., 409 aua 411...

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. — 17 June 1890

A GENERAL RAID. Sixty Domino-PJajers Captured in Chinatown. The ro'ice Conterd That the Gime Is One cf '. Chance- A Ciowied Friso.i— 'lha Cap tured Will Make a Test Case. . . One of ilia largest aud most successful eam . Ming r;i!it- in Chinatown for some time m made last iiil'lil. Tin' raid was mil organized ami I lie instruction; from Headquarters equally as well carried out. Tlie result was the landing behind tlic baisof sixiy Clilnese. wne lime ago L'hiet of Police Crowley re ci-iv. Information that the Ctilu?se were se cretly I'l.iyiuK a uew game of Uoniiuoe*, the features of whieh, in his opinion, brought it ivilbio the law it'ptilai init games of chance. The Chinese, emboldened by Ihelr success In rutbemg molested, aud acini;: on legal advice that lite new game is not one ul chance, deter mined lo play it openly. Accoiduigly, several days ai;j several houses were opened siniul - laneoualy in different paits ol Chinatown and ran on wliboul molestation. CMet ( rowli y >» Inf...

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. — 17 June 1890

8 IN GOLD BLOOD. Mysterious Mnrder of a Yoncg Farmer. Fonnd in a Field by His Sister With a Bullet Through His Heart. Gtieroor Waterman Requests tbe Attorney- General to Take Steps to Sup press Glove Contests. Special Dispatches to The Morniks Call. Maripoba, June IC— A young man named Jotepii K. Giosgeau, wbo resided with bts pa rent* aud other members of tbe family at tbe old John Brown ranch In the lied Mountaiu District, was assassinated Dy some unknown person yes" terdny, und> r cucumslanccs which, up to date, ate Involved In mystery. Young Grofge.in suited with a mowei on tbe morning ol the day named to cut hay In a field about half a mile tiom bis bouse. About 9 o'clock a sister, who bad 6«n accustomed to rake hay, followed with morse-iake. On riving In sight of the mower, sbe saw her brother stretched udoii tbe ground tv!:li his arms extended. Af:er call ing l.lni ai:d receiving no answer, sbe approached and upon a closer examination made tbe terrible discovery that he wa...

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. — 18 June 1890

VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 18. THE SUBURBAN. Salyator Lands the Prize in Wonderful Time. Haggin's Colors Carried to the Front Amid the Greatest Enthusiasm. The Superiority of California-Raised Horses Again Justly Demonstrated— On Other Tracks. Special Dispatches to The Morning Call. Cosrv Isi.anp, Jane 17.-Salvator, the king of the liagEin itable, won tbe rich Suburban stakes at a mile aud a quaner at Sheepsbead Bay to-day In 2:0*4-5, t lie fastest time a Sub urbau was ever iu:i Id. Cassius was second, only beaten by a lieaO; Teuny, tlia fsvoiite, (bird, two lengths back. V. lieu Isaac Mui piiy lomiecl Salvator • wlouer mighty clieers went up from me 4U.0U0 people wuo were present, winners ami loseis joinlug la the ovation to Haggla's peerless colt. Tbe only oilier California horse lu ttie Subuvbau was Firenzi. also trom Haggin's •table. Bagfiln wanted to win with her, but the understanding was that If sue could not land the tempting piize Salvator was to do it If he could. Fi;e;izi was uot ...

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. — 18 June 1890

2 MUST BE STOPPED. Chief Crowley Declares Against : : ;. -• Prize- Fghls. • lli» City Must Be Bid of Paeilisti and th« .'.•; 'Thieves ud Gambler* in Their Foul . '-" Train— lh« Clubs Combative. Chief of Police Crowley lias decided to '. .put on tlie gloves— hard ones will be usel— . and figlit the prize-fighting pens, called atb .".; letic clnbs, to a fiuish. . ■ ••' lie is reported to be in splendid condition. ■ '. nnd the betting is in his favor. He is being lieavily backed by a public sentiment that ■„■ indorses deceu.y and order, and is opposed . : : 'to brutality of the most debasing kind, and :' which recently resulted in murder at one of. '" . the hives of physical and mental depravity. '■' The first contest is announced to take ••: vjace at tho California Club on the 27th •.M,:, itsst. The Chief will be seconded by Ca<> -.-: taias Jobn Short and W. Y. Draglaa. II lie ' wins the purse will go to the citizens, and will consist of the removal of a fuiil Hot that has lons ...

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. — 18 June 1890

. . MISCELLANEOTTS. ■ ' rj . jjinn^ i . ii . n - n ; rr , r ,' | 'w^ffgßHjjT^^jßßß|'j^pjg*j > j)jJßt^Bßßl^!tSßftT3Tri'r r^ gr * g^ Igß '** <wsl I BROADSIDE AFTER BROADSIDE If Into the Koaniv and .Market street vendors of Shnddv's Camr>. VTE SHALL | m EEEP BLAZING away at "Vm" until such FRAUDULENT BARGAIN' 3 II SALE PBOMOTERS CEASE TO EXIST. Don't be lured t-i their place by | H seeing goods advertised at ODD CENTS. IT'S A FAKE— merelv n ruse to get J fl you there and then work you on some of their vile SHODDY TRUCK— DEAR 3 m AT ANY PKICE. OUB HONEST AND LEGITIMATE offer ol any 530, $23 9 ki aud $25 suit in tlie house for 3 5 Has been a grand success. HTTNTJREDS OF HAITDSOME CUTAWAYS. An | endless variety in NOBBY SACK SUITS— that have a merchant-tailor- S g like appearance. Such suits bs would cost you 850 by any first-cla«s tailor, and a g they'd fit no better and wouldn't be any better tailored thau ours, and ours only a co>: y. u \ We intend to exterminate all VENDOR...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 June 1890

4 .. THE MORNING CALL TT»* a larger circulation than any other *iewsi>ai>er pnbllsruMl in Sail Francisco. rri-.1.H-ATION office: 525 wontpomery street, near Ctay. open until 11 o'riorkp. M. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market ttieet.near Kearny.open until 12o'olock midnight; r: 1 . Hayes street, oi'fn until 0:30 o'clock: t>o3 ].aikin i-ii.ct, i>ren until 9:30 olock, i""i 2513 " liiflbion i licet, I'l'.m until 9 o'cloi-k p. m. ' . Kii'Tio.v KATES: T»AII.Y CAM. (inclndlug Sundays). *B per year by miil.r""!''i'lt 15 ! ' l '" t * l lfT week, orßr ' cents per rnlemlnr muntli tliruuuli carriers. DAILY call, live CcpicMliree months. f6 23. sinoav (twelve |a(tts), *1 50 per year, pO«tp»hl SUNDAY CALL auu WKKKI.Y CALL $2 50 per year, postpaid. VUEIvLY CAIA (eight pages), tl 25 per year. I>osC kiru. iiuUsofti'M iscnt to I'liosililniu , aiU Sr'ECIAL NOTICE FOlt THE SIMMKK MONTHS. SnlAeriben who Intend going to the eoabtry dur liig'tb'e summer months can baveTHEDAILY CALL iMilt'd to tliem...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 June 1890

BISINFS3 fnANTFji, • •VTOTICE— I hah; SEVERAL ISUYEK3 WILL- J.^ big to Invest lu legitimate business fartles de- liring to sell apply to W. F. HEALY. lOO< Market. 1» Ql,-(1 (iRAND CHANCE FORA MAN WILL- •^ O-l *'* • Ing to work iu a contracting busln ss; not necessary t.i be a mechanic: owuer will remain until you are satisfied that business Is as represent- ed; ears over $100 per month ; he gives the lead- Idk hoti is and private residences as reference. Ap- ply W. F. UKALY. 1004 .Market -:. lt« ffl.-Ur.fl BAXOON FOB BALE, NEAR KEARNY «JIO«JU. si : selling at gnat Dargala: rent only $;>O. Apply W. F. HEALY. 10D4 Market st. li* Ck —,- l\ 1,1;. CERY AND UAK, W 1 I'll 3 SUNNY •iT I « ! l'. ri.oius: good business comer: rent only $25 month. W, F. HEALY, 1004 Market St. It* 1,,.! PARTNEB WANTED TO-DAY WITH ■ l'"'. i.t fr-dast bnsiuess man In new and sec- ond-hand furniture-store, clearing $SO to eacn per mouth: business call be Increased «itli gnoil man. Apply \\. 1. HEALY, 1004 Ma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 June 1890

6 personals. OUNO PHYSICIAN DESIRES TO MARRY a prepossessing Protestant young l3dy of educa- . tion and refinement. X., Box 69. this office. JlB 3t» ALL' 'PEOPLE HAVING ARTIFICIAL TEETH iV should use NELSON'S Araycose twice a day: It ■ ■ strengthens the gums prevents lnnanimatlon.ini MME. VIDA, ORIKSTAI. BEAUTY PHYSICIAN, reception and cosmetic parlors: consultation. .' free. Office floor, 22 Geary St.. near Kearny.jelY 3t t?lldmann ottoTlatk of K A AN N 4 X Feldmann, opened a flrst-clam saloon at 7 Mith St., and will be pleased tosee their friends. ]e!7 7t •MME. BETANCOUKT'S CELEBRATED RHEU- JVI matlc pad: price «1. 104 Grove. Rm. 8. jeb la UROPEAN GOVERNMENT PREMIUM BONDS. ou i.ayment of $5 a month we sell 4 government premium bonds, bearing 2 1 .* per nt lntftest and ""Having 15 premium drawings annually, wltn capital Drlzesuß t.*i>O.OOU: the value or these bonds are guaranteed by the respective gnverninriits: the first -■ Savuieut entitled t.» nrit lirawing; write (or circu- ...

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. — 18 June 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Marriage Yesterday of Mr. G. V. ■ : de Lorme and Miss Belle ' Burns. ■ .. ."■ THE UNKNOWNS' CLUB PARTY. : AVedding of Mr. Catt and Mrs. Chapman at Seattle — House ; ;_•..■ warming in Inverness— Soiree : Dansante by La Gauioise — The Buckingham and Hecht Party on Friday— To-Day's Doings—Per ', sonals. , St. Mary's Cathedral was the scene o[ a quiet and Irappy wedding yesterday morning. The "• -contracting turtles were Miss Belle liuiut, who •'was oue lime engaged In responsible clerical -.:woik muter tue municipality, and Mr. G. Victor -tie i.unue, Secretary of the Stocklou Miliiug ■ Company. Quite a number of friends witnessed the eeie • : mony, which was Impressively performed before ' tlie inj;ii lily-decked ailar by me liev. Father ' r l'rendergast, Vicar-General, The bridesmaids were Miss Kittle Ogilvie aud Miss Adele de l.orine, tlie latter a young daughter of the groom. .' Mr. Oakley Oiborue ana Mr. Will Oi;llvio sus . talued the part of groomsmen. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 18 June 1890

8 TO SAVE HIS WIFE. Sensational Developments in a Napa Case. Christian Herile Asserts That He Was the One Who Stabbed Yon WyL In Affidavit That Caused tbe Court to Postpone Passing Sentence on the Woman. Special Dispatches to The Hoesimq Call. Napa, June 17.— T0-day was the time let for •entcncluK Mrs. Margaret Meikle. who was con victed of manslaughter for the killing of Joseph von Wyl. Her attorney asked for a new trial, and in support offered an aflldavll by her bus band, Cbrlstlan Merkle, that he, and cot bis wife, killed Von Wyl. He all-Res tbat It was done in seiNdefense (luring tbe row In which they were all engaged, atid sajs his reason for not making It kuown before was t'at he thought his wife would surely escape coi.vlotlon. After detailing minutely the circumstances of tbe row at tlie Sums Hotel, Merkle said that he followed Von Wyl ami his wif • Into the street, and saw her lying in '.lie road; that he ap proached Von U\ I, who struck at bim (Meikle) mice. Tne affidavit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 June 1890

VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 19. THE TARIFF BILL. Principal Changes Made by the Senate Committee. A Duty Placed on Sugar, Bat the Bounty Remains Unchanged. © Reductions In Grain and Fruit Schedules. Wool Manufactures and Wines Are increased. Special Dispatcher to The Morning Call. Washington, Juno 18. — Following are the principal changes made by the Senate Finance Committee in the Tariff Bill. The glassware classifications are. changed and a large general reduction made. The Senate Finance Committee struck out all the changes made by the House bill in the internal revenue regulations respect ing the tax on tobacco, the manufacture of vinegar from alcohol vapor and the fortifi cation of wines, leaving the law as it stands at present CHEMICALS. A large number of changes Are made in the chemical schedule, there being many decreases and some increases. Among them tannic acid, or tannin, is reduced from $1 to 50 cents per pound, crude glycerine from 2 to l s /> cents, opium containing nine per ...

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. — 19 June 1890

2 POLITICAL NOTES. Batters Now Being Discussed by Local Statesmen. President Mike Dnnn Causing- TiMatisfiction. General JJimond's Denial—Republi can County Committee. The members of the Republican Executive Committee are beginning to feel that they have a white elephant on their hands lv President Mike Dunn. Notwithstanding the fact that there was, and for that niatier Mill Is, a movement on foot to depose him, be still remains at the head of the commute*-, and this is causing dissatisfaction that grows deeper from day lo day. Said a prominent member of the committee yesleiday, In discussing the matter: 'The .lection of Dunn to the position of President Mas a mistake— a serious mistake. It has been an Injury to the movement, aud it is 100 late to rectify It entirely. Why was It a mistake? ' Well, I can tell you in a very few words. You understand, of course, that we have gone before ■ the public as being opposed to 'bossism' aud 'boss' methods. We are claiming that all we want Is a ...

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. — 19 June 1890

FALLING SHORT. Mayor Pond Alarmed at the Census Enumeration. Supervisor Davis on On Capability of His Ken-Causes cf Saortage-AWcman Who Knew Washington. Major l'ond lias received a letter from Andrea Bteiboro, grocer and capitalist, complaining that the woik or taklug the census In this city has been very imperfectly dune. He cites an instance that occulted several days ago when lie was lunch inn In a public restaurant with six jrintlcn.i'ii, ail ul whom are in business in the city. Having office?, residences and (amines, and every one of mem bad lived In the city over tec years l>ui Ing the meal the fact was brought out that only one of Hie number had be< visited by a census enumerator. Mi. Shaiboro says that the other five lejreseuted tlmty persons by actual count. Mayor Pond in commenting on the letter said that he was somewhat doutHiul ol the accuracy of the census now Delng taken in this city. • Tlicie aie," ho said, "many elements which go to tcudei aboillve the cHuiis o...

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. — 19 June 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL T!«» a larger circulation than any other newspaper published in Baa Francisco. PUBLICATION OFFICE: 625 Montgomery street, near Clay, open nntll 11 o flock p. v. I.RANCH OFFICES: 710 Market fiMl.nrar Rearny.open until 12 o'clock midnight: .s?{i Hayes street, open until B:SO o'clock; 003 1 m Mil street, open until 8:30 o'locK, and 2518 lUaal< n street, o|i.in u:.tll 0 o'clock r. m. f«;iWt'l!llTlO>' KATES: run V ("ALL (Including Sundays). Jtt per year by mil postpaid: IS ecu* per *«**, or 65 cents per calendar month through carriers. daily CALL, tire «.|>ie»ihreeiiioiilh».fS 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve l*gc«:>, #1 50 pec 1 "*. postpaid. SUNDAY CALL aid WEEKLY CALL $2 51) per year, postpaid. WEEKLT CALL (eight pases), *1 26 per year, poa* • . iaiU. Clubs often (sent to one adiirtss), $lU. SPECIAL. KOTICK FOX mi: SUMMER ... ■ MONTHS. Subscribers who intend going to the country dor- Ii gibe summer moutbs can bare THE DAILY CALL mailed to them fora week or longer...

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. — 19 June 1890

RT'SI>"ESS rnAxrKS. ' £> 1 11/lil PAPER ROUTE FOR SALE: IS UPON tj> iUUU. oneof ourvcry best morning papers: is very central downtown; making good wages: only requires 2 hours to deliver each morning: any one ■ tan run it and make good wa^es; this Investment 19 as sure as real estate: 2 weeks' trial allowed before you bny. Apply to K. KKNNY. 22 Kearny st. It • C>\H\r\ CLEARS $125 PER MONTH OVER ALL ' •. ' C'")' 'U. expenses; fruit-store for sale: aline stand In the heart or the Western Addition; Is positively doing a trade of over per day; 2 living rooms; ." ■ rent only $12 per month; good horse and wagon to deliver: best of sons for selling. Apply K. ;. KEN V. 22 k.:i! liV st. It • jlCn LAUIKS. ATTENTION! PARTNER ', . ~T li)U. wanted by a lady in an old-established, ■ . first-class business; clearing about $200 per month; no previous experience required: the object in get- ting a partner Is to extend the business; duties light. • . . K. KKNNY, 22 Kearny St. «_ •©I »JiTn...

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. — 19 June 1890

6 PERSONALS. _ - AKY FERSON KNOWING WHEREABOUTS OF QEO. THORNTON will oblige his friends by leaving word at 1 175 Market or £324 Foiaom, City.* ADVICK FRKE; DIVORCES LEGALLY. QUICK- Iy; no publicity: correspondence confident ; Address U. S. Attorneys' Association, *•*•*, 1735. S. P., la I. lel9tt ACIFIC (OAST DETECTIVE AGENCY 632 Market St.: detectives and watchmen furnished, rates reasonable: best of references. Jel9 7t» SELLING OUT BELOW COST: FINE CHANCE to get bargains In trimmed and nntrlinmed amis, lowen an.l feathers: few more days only. . MliS. T. A. SFIVKV. '."-'2 Sixth St. )e!9 4t« ■Tv ANTED— TO (JIVE FOR ADOPTION A BEAU- V? tifulgirl baby. 13 months old. Address Adop- tion, Box 155. Cm. Branch Ogee. ]e!9 3t» AKD-MADE BUTTON-HOLES MADE TO OK- dor, 121 Stockton it. Jel9 3t« , >ROCERIES-<'I.UFK BROS., WHOLESALE >i aim retail grocers: the oldest established and most reliable house on the Pacific Coast: teas and e»n>esa specialty; no cliromos or crockery: best • go...

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. — 19 June 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. The Western Addition Litoraiy and Social Club's Galli ering. THE LLOYD TEVIS MUSICALE. Phoenix Council's Quarterly Hop. The Tennis Tournament — Re cepiion To-Morrow to Dr. R. H. McDonald— The Bay City Cir cle's Party — Out-of-Town Wed dings- Personal and Social Notes A number of friends were delightfully enter taiued last Friday evening by Mis. Lloyd Tevlis at her residence, on the southeast corner of Jack si i. and Taylor etreets. The Misses Ferrer, and their other, the accomplished mnslclaus, pleasantly assisted the hostess in entertaining the friends present, among whom were: Mrs. W. Tevis, Mrs. Goidan Biauding, Mrs. Monroe Salisbuiy, Governor I'acheco and Mr. Snaron. N..t.>s. Miss Esther Ryan was entertained at dinner by the Misies Curraii at their houie ou Clay street on Tuesday evening last. The lii.it annual convention of Pacific Coast tennls-i to be held at Hie Hotel liaise: ou tlie evening of the 3d )mo.v, is exciting con mderalilt! Interest h...

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. — 19 June 1890

8 VICTIMS OF FIRE. A Number of Bnildings at Calistoga Burned. Supposition That a Gang of Tramps Started the Cocfiagration. Official Documents Introduced In the Court- Martial of Major Kimball at Tucson. Special Dispatches to The Morning Caix. Cai.istoc.a, June 13.— Misfortunes seldom come singly. It was only on the sth ins:, that a flour-mill, llmbei-yaid, etc., were destroyed ou Washington street, and this momtug about 3 o'clock another fire was discnveied on First street. Alter destioy Ing a dwelliug-house, barn and waiehouse It spread to Lincoln avenue, tbe main thoroughfare. Ou tbe west side It de stioyed a store, tbe Lodi Livery Stable and Aiinsliong'sdiug-More, it b ing checked on this side of Gardner's brick building. While Ihe flumes weie raging In these build- Ings a Ore broke 1 ut on Hie east side of the ave nue, aud destroyed the Auieiicau Hotel and con tents, UltM saloons, a restaurant, a large leeu stable, a barbershop, etc. The llames were subdued at tlie side of tbe M...

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