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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 June 1890

city K"s^j_Js?J_iss: -111 mil. TWO- -TOR- BAY - WINDOW «J) I U.UUU. house of 10 rooms anil bath; brick it. initiations and all the latest conveniences; stone sidewalks; lot _5x157:6; on Golden Gate aye., near l'ierec. XI. H. I'MUSLN _ CO., 14 Montgomery street. je22 SuTuTh 3t UL' -ilflii 3 -STORY BAY-WINDOW EESI- _)OUUU. denee of 8 rooms and bath: laundry: stone sidewalks: brick foundations: all modern __■ lirorements: tot 26*6x137:8; on the suuny side of California St., near Webster. G. 11. I.MRSI.N A- CO.. 14 Montgomery St. je22 SuTnlh ■*" ..-,,.,. FINE A- VVILDEY Ms.. NEAR WEB- JJPOOUU. ster; 2 I;-- I--- aud lot 25x127:6. G. 11. UMBSEN a CO., 14 Montgomery- Jc3__uT____t s-vl.'IM GREEN, NEAR SCOTT; LOT Six tJOHll;. 137:6: lire marine view. t.. H-UMB- SEN A CO.. 14 Montgomery. 1C22 SnTnTh •■' ---.)- CASTRO ST.. NEAR 18TH- LOT _) I _tOU. 32:6x125; flats will pay won on this lut. -. H. I HrIBSKN A i".. 14 Montgomery street Je23 SriTrr i 31 ~~7r7,,,uX A BARGAIN: NEW THREE-STORY »T I U...

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. — 22 June 1890

6 ~s , HOUSES TO LET. _ _.. mi GROVE S*iT— 12 ROOMS "BATH : $65. "10l Twenty-third St., Dr. Valencia; furnished; 8 rooms; bath; $80. 708 Capp St.— 9 rooms; bath; $35. 2726 Mission— 9 rooms; bath: $30. 2724 Mission St.— rooms; oath: $25, __ - 26001- Missiou st.-Upper flat; 0 rooms; bath; $22 50. ' 2423 Mission Flat: 5 rooms: bath; $19. 24*:. Natoma St. -Flat; 7 rooms; $16. I'JD Perry st.-Flat: 4 rooms, bath: $1 7 50. 1700 Stevenson St.— Flat*. 3 rooms: $11. 290 Twenty-second sL-Fat; 3 rooms; $11. 13111., Minna st.-Flat: 3 rooms: $13. W. H. CRIM - Co., 428 Montgomery St. It 1 A"! HYDE ST., NEAR NEW CITY HALL. 9- -1»1 room fashionable house: all Improvements; $50: water extra. Apply to P. C. MOLLOY 138 Montgomery st. lea Jt 000 BARTLETT ST.. NEAR 24TH; SUNNY ZOO side: fine 11-room residence: all Improve- ments: stable In rear; handsome grounds: 80x114 from street to street : rent $45: water extra. Apply- to P. C. MOLLOY. 138 Montgomery st. Je22 3t 1 I'd') AND 1008 STOCKTON ST., FRONTIN...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 June 1890

ECHOES OF THE CAMPAIGN. Mattel- of Interest to the Folili- cM World. Candidates for Congressional Hcncrs— San Jose nd the Convention— Chris Buckley's Reported "Return. It seems to be an assured fact that Vandever till not be a candidate for renomlnatlon in the Sixth District, and quite a boon; has been slatted in lire interest ol Ueneral Ell H. Murray of San Diego, «ho, In response to a request signed by •118 pi eminent Kepubilcansof San Diego County, bas signified nis willingness to accept the 110ml uatlou. Vt'ii'.ura Iras a candidate in the person of Judge Wilde while San Bernardino, it Is hinted, is glooming a dark liors--, whose name has not yet been made public. Los Angeles has no candi date, that county having waived all claims to the Ciuii'i't ssional candidate In order to strengthen ihe claims of Mar-bam and While. In the Fifth Dlstiiet it i* conceded that Clunle will Lave no opposition on the Democratic side, while ii Is dollars to dimes tbat Senator James liy 1 rr. - will ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 June 1890

8 IN THE PANORAMA BUILDING. One of the Most Realistic War Scenes Ever Pro dnced. ENGLISHMEN IN TREATY FOR IT. The Battle of Gettysburg Is One of the Soul-Stirring Events in the World's History— An Interview With J. F. Smith on Panoramas of the Present Day— Ehrenpfort Carpet Warehouse— Quadt, Pa per-Hanger and Artistic Painter. Golden Gate Furniture Company. Charles M. Plum A Co. On the corner of Market and Tenth streets is situated the edifice known as the Panorama Building, which is one of the prominent brick blocks on Market street. It is also widely known in the city and p*^- T^n_5_' > ;^* 1; * t^_j** ; T __* l ''t__?fck*' ''~* Si_0*fcjS*_i____i_^ — ■*-*•• - -^ " — * THE BATTLE OF OJ.TIYSECEQ. country, because there is to be found one of" the most realistic war scenes ever produced In the world's history— the lifelike presenta tion of the battle of Gettysburg. Amid the stillness of this magnificent scene one almost hears the tread of the dashing steed and the reverberating ech...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 June 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. _E_r. J. FI-i-A.'Vl^sr cfe- CO. _c____a^_F-____a a •__-? bi bb_E___ ~ «B i " 1 1 iw ■ebhbi b-Bbh i ______ ______ — __u^i_p |r _■ a— — - It is propably the first time in the history of the SAN FRANCISCO READY-MADE CLOTHING TRADE that we have had occasion to place the above WARNING at the TOP LINE OF OUR ADVERTISEMENT, and this after an active experience of nineteen years. nflM'T DC nilDCn ™to the belief by cheap clothing concerns on the inner edge of the Barbary Coast who nflM'T RE __lIPEi_- WE SAY AGAIN, DON'T BE DUPED-when you can buy from us clothing, every UN Bt UUrtU attempt to lead you into the Idea that they have purchased clothing to the amount of UUR I DC UUrtU garment of -which is guaranteed, and every garment for which we stand ready to re- one hundred and fifty thousand dollars from a large clothing concern about declining business on the Pacific Coast, fund the purchase money if misrepresented in any way, at prices at least twenty-five per cent less than ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 June 1890

10 THE SOUL OF PIERRE LAURIER! A NEW PSYCHOLOGICAL ROMANCE, I • ■ BY THE AUTHOR OF "CLAIRE AND THE EM ASTER "-WRITTEN FOR THE SUNDAY CALL BY GEORGES NET. PUBLISHED IX ADVAXCE OF --"5 A I'I'F.ABAXCE IX PABIS. CHAPTER 1. **w*} HEBE had been a dinner party at Prince fit •_ Patrlzzi's, ana from ihe salon of his beau \§_. <i' iliul villa on the terrace of Monte Carlo *-'--** issued soands of music and laughter and au overpowering odor oi willed flower.-, and to bacco smoke. Bohemia was well represented. There was a cigarette In every mouth, even be tween the dainty lips of the three ladles whose presence lent a charm to the festivity. Opposite the nice -nl Dr. Darldnff, a celebrated llusslan physician; neat him Pierre l.auner, a well kuown French artist, and a little furibor along lis friend and particular chum, Jacques de Vignes. The two men were physically not un like each other excel t lhat Pierre was ail nerve and vitality, while Jacques, as the prodigal son, had iten so much veal...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 June 1890

THE THEATERS AND THE PLAYERS. An Easy Week, but With Good Results to All Con cerned. THE PALMER COMPANY EN ROUTE Miss St. John and the Gaiety Com pany To- Night— Pastoral Drama in Vogue — "The Gondoliers Doing Good Work at the Ti voli — Pete Baker in " Chris and Lena " Musical Matters—Gen eral Mention. Circuit managers have sot a warm thing in the theatrical busluess ul this city. There is no longer any competition. Manager Al Dayman and Manager M. B. Leavltt make antl conflict ar rangements ln New York so that the run ot a It a t r s, at K.eavltt n tl a r iiits In irk so run ol s, n I three theaters, at least, In Sau Fiauclsco Is as easy as the fit of an old glove. They, further- „lr%_^^X.><^ i'*yxSS^^^ p/ //N****.**^ pietty much made up their minds, these two sharp-witted theatrical bosses, that three theaters are quite enough for San Francisco, while they are under tbelr control, and whoever invades the maun gerlal p.eserve shall suiter for bis temerity. Tbey must, for busi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 June 1890

12 ■ ' _ " ' 9 ' ■ ' * '■'''. """"' ' ' - — - i Spit ALONG THE BAY SHORE IN Marin County. fiXE of the pleasing jaunts within I easy reach of San Francisco, where I one may have a quiet day of recrea tion and sightseeing, provided one is a good pedestrian, is ft stroll along the bay shore In Marin Couuty. This shore line, which looks so plain and uninviting from the San Francisco side of the bay, abounds in pleasing surprises at almost every turn. To the unpractical eye the character of the bluff gives no indica lion of fortifications, but at three points in its irregular line there are to be found large excavations and huge breastworks, ready for the mounting of guns, and a mini of magazines capable of storing thousands of tons of ammunition. Leaving the ferry nt Sausaiito the sight seer takes the well-worn road which leads to the southward at the base of the bluff that skirts the Sausaiito Bay on the west passing the cosy cottages of the San Fran cisco Yacht Club, and the familiar ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 June 1890

/^»TkAce 0f VI 'W^|/ '^Np'/^K^^ UBS A ROMANCE OF RUSSIA AND SIBERIA, By Prince Josef Lubomirski, Author of " Safar-Hadji, a Story of Turkisian," etc. COPTJ2IOHT KSO, BY JUPTA PS VERB. Vl l.— Continued. "I send tins letter to you," wrote the Countess, "you poor martyr, not knowing even il aud when it may reach your hands. Six weeks have ■ passed since I left Irkutsk. I hope you have keen set free and receive my letter a tree man, to bring you at least consolation aud to revive your holies. " I know you too well to doubt you a single moment, anil you also, 1 know, caunot doubt me a moment. You must Know thai I am now in Petersburg, lor a man as noble as powerful has suieiv t.ii.i yen of the purpose of my Journey.'! Vladimir paused here 11 moment to say to bint sell. " how well she knows how to guess every noble ■■eiitimt'ui! J lie Governor did, In fact, tell mt about I;." *' I owe it to the admirable doctor, who helped mv Impatience by all available inc. ins. that I could make I lie l...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 June 1890

14 ANECDOTES BY FAMOUS COMEDIANS. Prominent Actors Narrate Funny Incidents Observed During Tlieir Career. 1 EDWIN FORREST AND THE DWARF A Frightened Supe Brings Down the House ßobson and Crane Both , Spin Yarns— A Novel Perform . ance of "Hamlet," With a Promp ter Behind Every Gravestone. Nat Goodwin's Horrible Tale. Special Correspondence or Tux Sunday Call. '. ff*""*-.^OME four years ago I began the col |2j|iv* lection of years ego I began the col li lection of a symposium of theatrical *___>? anecdotes by desiring every promi nent actor with whom I came In contact to favor me with a narration of what he con sidered the funniest incident observed by him during his professional career. Several of these narrations, by the most eminent comedians of our time, will be found below, GEOFKIIEY [LLISTOU . Mlli-TIM*. Joeepli Jefferiion'«>torj*. About as funny an incident as I can re call at this meut occurred many years ape, while Edwin Forrest was playing an. engagement in Cincinnati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 June 1890

VOLUME LX VIII— NO. 23. A TORNADO'S PATH. A Couple of Nebraska Villages ■ Wrecked. A Great Many Bcnsts and Buildings Blown Down. _ Negro Riot— Tragic Deeds— Two Murders Followed by Suicides —Light ning's Fatal S'.roke. Special Dlspitshea to Tub Mornixm Call. Omaha, June 22.— Plea*anton, a town of about inhabitants, situated on the Union Pacific Railroad, about twenty miles north of Kearney, was struck by a cyclone abaiut 2 o'clock this afternoon. Nearly every bouse in the place was destroyed. No one was killed, so tar as retorted. The land lady of a hotel was badly hurt, and a druggist from Demand, named E. E. How end ibher, was stru?k on the head by a fly ing board and seriously wounded. Lincoln (N'ebr.), June 22.— A special from Grand Island says the town of Sweet water, a little hamlet of less than 100 in habitants was swept away by a tornado, which visited the place about 3 o'clock this afternoon. No one was killed, but a num ber were injured. ■*■ LIVELY INDIANA A Negro Riot and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 June 1890

2 THE SUMMER CAPITAL. The -"resident's Family 10 Go to Cape May. Mrs. Harrison's New Home— A Brilliant So ciety Event— The Concert at the White Ecuie. Special Correspondence ot Thk Mossing Call. Washington, June 15. — Cape May will be the summer capital for the next three summers, as the certain pres ence of the President and his family will make it convenient for the other highest officials to gather there with their families. Postmaster-General Wana maker is already on the spot- For twenty and thirty years past his family have sum mered there, and his children have grown tip on that point of Jersey sands. The cot tage which the unacknowledged donors presented to Mrs. Harrison through Editor McKean of the Philadelphia Ledger has just been finished this spring aud occupies the extreme point of laud known as Cape May Point, three miles Irom the region of great hotels which constitutes Cape May • proper. '1 he signal station at Cape May Point, which displays weather signals and telegr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 June 1890

_ MISCELLANEOUS. _^ 88-ggg i a ___a__B______________E-_-B-jB-^ A Thousand Times, Thanks ! I h We take this means of thanking the enormous amount of people that at- fi tended our GREAT AND GRAND BARGAIN SALE. THE ENORMOUS S CROWDS, THE SATISFIED BUYERS. THE COMPLIMENTS WE RE- \ CEIVED, is a grand tribute to HONEST ADVERTISING. \ % These are a few of the remarks passed by some of the buyers: i 1 I -] j \ "WHAT GRAND CLOTHING AND WHAT LOW TRICES." \ * | "1 was up on Kearny street (one customer said) at a house that does p t so much loud-mouthed advertising, and the trash they showed me 1 '. made me stamp them people forever as frauds." i J tj I Another one said: "I was attracted by a flaming advertisement to a 3 Market-street house who announced big bargains, and they showed I !me so much shoddy and stud that must have been on their shelves, if I a day, at least ten years, as it smelted so frightfully from mildew and i dampness, and 1 determined never to go t'i another store that adver...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 June 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Fan a larcrer circulation than any other newspaper iiritilislKii in Ban Francisco. PITBL.I CATION OFFICE: 625 ffiontgomery street. Dear Clay, open until 11 o'clock r. M. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market Ureet, near Kearny, open until 18 o'clock midnight; ::■'.< l:4« street, open until il:SO o'clock; MJ.J Laikiu m. ft, open until ».:«> o'lock, auil 2513 a-ifiiiou I v eet, opan until 9 o'clock p. m. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: PAIL.YCAL] (incMiillun Sundays), $6 per jnarby nail, postpaid: IB rents per week, or 65 rents par «ii!( lul.ir month tliroush farriers, DAILY CALL, five . ripiis ibree months. *6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve pages), SI 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL •id WIEKIY CALL $2 50 per year, postpaid. v j EX i.\ CALL (eight papres), $.1 S5 per rear, post i_.i.. Ciuus ol ten (sent to on.' ail'lrtiis). !pIU. SPECIAL NOTICE FOB THE SUMMER MONTHS. Suliscribers who intend going to the country dor- Ing Hit- Miliuiier months can listoTHE DAILY CALL mailed to them Torn w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 June 1890

nrsT.*ESs cita-,C-:js. % I ( \f\l\ PAPER ROUTE FOR SALE: IS UPON v 1 xjxju. oneof our very best morning papers: Is <erj central downtown: making good wages; only requires 2 hours to deliver each morning: any one ran run it and make good Wages: this Investment Is as sure as real estate; 2 weeks' trial allowed before sou buy. Apply to K. KENNY, 22 Kearny St. It C] Jfin GROCERY-STORE FOR BALK—A «-. _._UW. hanalsomclv fitted up store on a most prominent corner within 9 blocks of the Baldwin Hotel; ha- a nice bar, cood stock or groceries, wines anal liquors; any active man can build up a fine trade here as the location Is extra good. Apply K. I__ENNY_22 Kearny st. It BR \.-'s FOI"NDKY~FOK SALE IN ONE OF OUR largest towns, a short distance from -an Fran- cisco: full value for the money; good profitable business; best of reasons for selling. Apply R. KEN aY, 22 Kearny at. It *5_QP.n SALOON AT AN EXTRA BARGAIN; s^ «H. hands c corner to the most respectable portion of the Mission; am the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 June 1890

6 EVENS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Interesting Echoes From Sea- Side anil Interior Resorts. THE * COMING TOURNAME-.T. Weddings in Prospect— Notes From San Jose — The Goodfriend- Steiner Marriage— Monterey to Be Invaded by the Military— A Bolinas Dance— Parties to Take Place— Personals. The Slate Sunday-school Association convenes at Pacific Grove Saturday, and on Tuesday, Hie Ist of July, the Slate Chautauqua Circle will meet at the same place. Many will attend from this city and the subuibs. Mrs. F. M. Caitan gave a pleasant breakfast last Sunday morning at Ihe San Francisco yacht Club. Sausalito. Those present were: Messrs. M.Cartan, W. L. B. Mills, Arthur F. I'iico, J. F. Nugent, Thomas Watson, Victor dv Bolce, H. 1". Oliver, Commodore Gutte, w. ii. c. Fow ler, C. H. E. Ha'dln, William Kruse, William B.iel.r, C. L. Field and W. G. Slallord. A very enjoyable concert was irlven on Friday evening at Gordon's Opera House, San Rafael, under ihe direction of several of our well-known charita...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 June 1890

AN APACHE SCARE. General Miles Denies That There Is an Outbreak. Tils San Carlo* Indians Are Peaceable and - Have Not Left Their Reservation— Only Eight Outlaws at Large. Dispatches from Arizona regarding a dreaded outbreak there of Apaches have caused considerablespeculation among per sons interested m the Territory, and not a ' . little alarm among those who have friends living ou the southern plains. - According to General Miles there is no truth in the news, and it is entirely prob able that the correspondent lias been mis informed about the true state of affairs. . The Genera] is not backward in stating - ; that alarming reports from Arizona to •' papers in the northern cities do great In - justice to the Indians, the Territory and the white settlers th.-re. ! ...'-a reports," said he, "would be suf ficient to cause intense alarm among Ameri can residents, who would send away their families and prepare for trouble and danger on iea. lint such dispatches. They nat urally enough ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 June 1890

8 THE BELL WAS SILENT. Sacramento Whitewashes the Home Team. Could Not Hit Harper for More Than Two Singles. A Gams Full of Brilliant Fielding-Oakland Failed to Connect With Kilroy's Curves and Lest. The home team received yesterday a dose of the same disagreeable medicine lhe Senators ad ministered to the Colonels Saturday. For nine Innings the Goblins snuggled bard to make a break In their ever-increasing siring of ciphers, hut the effort was unavailing and when the last local man was tetlied the score stood: Sacramento 3, San Francisco 0. It Is a feat of rare occurrence to shut out the two leading clubs of a league within two days, and the Senators may well feel proud of their perfoimance*. And what makes their two brill iant victories ci editable to them Is the fact that they were earned by pure haul, clean Inning. They were pilled Satutday against Robinson's high -priced Imported pitcher and yesterday they faced the speediest man in the league. Undoubtedly their game yesterday ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 June 1890

VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 24. WITHOUT WARNING. Death of President Menendez of San Salvador. Els Last Hour Spent at a Banquet Given in His Honor. Several Officers Killed in the Panic Which Followed the Announcement of His Demise. El- c!_l IK?; ata-l.es to The Morning Call. Sax Salvador. June 23.— President Me nendez died suddenly last night, soon after the conclusion or a banquet given on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the entrance of General Menendez into San Salvador and the defeat of the Zaldivar faction. During the panic caused by the President's death General Marcow and sev eral other officers were killed at the bar racks. General Carlos Ezeta, the leader of the forces, is now in command. All is Quiet at present. President Menendez was brought promi nently Into public notice shortly after the death of General Barrio*, President of Guatemala, which occurred In 1885. Presi dent Barrios proclaimed a union of the States of Central America and announced himself as Commander-in-Chie...

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. — 24 June 1890

2 A BREAK-AWAY. The California Club Will Not Clinch With (he Chief. Hie Mitchell- La Blanche Fight Postpone! Cruise of the San Francisco Yacht Club — Bicycle Notes. There was quite a sprinkling of pugilists at the California Club last evening. The Directors held a meeting, and the concourse of sports waited anxiously at least two hours for the result of the convention. At the request of Young Mitchell and George la Blanche, the contestants who were to have fought for a purse of $3000 on Friday evening next, the Directors post- ned the fistic exhibition until such time as the pugilists become satisfied that they can have a little fistic menu without inter ference of the powers that be. Another meeting of the direct-rate will be held next Thursday evening. It is probable that few boxers will be got among the small army of pugilists who will be engaged to box on Friday evening next, as it is quietly rumored that the club in tends to make a test case. THE OLYMPIAN'"'. The Directors of t...

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