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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 June 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. The Marriage of Miss Edith Clarke and Lieutenant C. G. Lyman, U. S. A. TABLEAUX AT DEL MONTE. Several Interesting Wedding Cere monies Recorded — Banquet Given by Company — A Cherry Picnic at San Leandro— Private Excursion to Mill Valley — To- Day's Doings -Personals. June this year has been rich In weddings of note. One of the prettiest of these was the le mony at St. Luke's Church yesterday milting Miss Edith Clarke and Lieutenant Charles G. Lyman, Second Cavalry, U. S. A. Both parties are well known in society circles, Miss Claike having been a favorite ever since her debut last year. Mr. Lyman is a popular officer, and his departure on duty for Arizona will be regretted both at lhe Presidio and In many civil coteries of this city. The pretty church was elaborately decorated 1:: view of the event. Most of the floral embel lishment centeieo in ttie chancel, which seemed filled with floating gauze of silvery fairness, caught up here aud there with wreaths...

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. — 26 June 1890

CUSTOMS CASES. jrbert Beecher and William M, Earned on Trial. l Local Stage Held Dp and Robbed, Being Mistaken for the Mail and Express. Ie Captain of an American Bark Brutally Beaten and His Mate Kidnaped at San Diego. Special Dispatches to The Ko-Otxsra Cali. FORT Town-send (Wash.), June 25.— The case of the Culled Slates against William M. named, ex-Deputy Collector of Customs of Port Town send, on trial lor extottlon, came to a sudden teimloalloa lv the Vailed States District Court to-day, Judge Hanford instructing the Jury to fiud a verdict ol "not guilty," Immediately after the Government submitted Its case. The case was an indictment for extor tion on twenty Aye counts of charging excessive fees for entering and clearing vessels from the Port Townsend Custom-bouse, while defendant was Special Deputy Collector of Customs. It was shown that the defendant bad receipted for Illegal - lees on white receipts furnished by himself, and bad entered legal fees on stubs of the receipt-b...

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. — 27 June 1890

VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 27. CENTRAL AMERICA. Fighting in Salvador and Gen eral Marcial Rilled. Tie Cholera on the Decrease in Spain. Slight Shock of Earthquake. London Publicans Petitioning (or License. Russia Demands the Payment of the War Indemnity From Turkey. Special Dispatches to The Mobnixs Call. L_BEitT..n (Salvador), June During a ball given at the President's residence in the Capitol, on the -.2d inst., in celebration of the anniversary of the triumphal entry of General Menendez, General Meleslfl Marcial suddenly entered the ball-room about 11 o'clock, and announced on behalf of liis chief, General Ezetta, who had ar rived with 6000 men from Santa Ana, a revolt against the existing 'Government. At this Juncture General Martinez, Com mander of the Government forces, who was sick in an upper story, re quested an audience with General Mar cial. An altercation ensued between Mar tinez and Marcial, resulting in the latter being shot and killed. Ezetta's soldi ers thereupon took Martin...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 June 1890

2 A TRAGEDY IN THE IRON STRIKE. Edward Cogan, an Apprentice, Shot and Killed by Foundry. man J. W. Kerr. STORIES OF EYE - WITNESSES. Conflicting Statements About the Cause of It. Kr. Kerr and an Employe Were At tacked Trior to the Shoo tins— Union Molders I)eii j- That They Were Concerned in II — Excitement Around the Scene of the aUfair— The Autopsy Shows *. That Yoiins Cojan Was Shot From Behind. The fourteenth week of the straggle be tween the Iron-molders' Union and the Engineers' and Foundrymen'a Association, which will close to-morrow, was marked yesterday by a fatal tragedy. It occurred on First street, near Minna, at quarter of 7 o'clock in the morning. Edward Cogan, a molder's apprentice, employed in the Vulcan Irou Works, was M ■<-■.; 1 ' V / ( jA -■ Edward COsan. shot and almost instantly killed by James W. Kerr, one of the proprietors of the Oc cidental Foundry. The circumstances surrounding the affair can only be gleaned from the parties di rectly concerned in it, an...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 June 1890

. _ _ ___^__ MISCELLANEOUS. jj_tf_gk.ffl-*.^ i §* 9^tm mm *\ w iitT u i " ,i, *i tec mT h if^ n_* i - u --<a . H 1 H S a AT W & H ' nrY nil, 111 ffl 4 Ami JL 1 I ■«■ | j ; - W . -- j I OF OUR. \ I ENORMOUS SUCCESS ! ' " j * THE KEEPER OF A CHEAP JOHN CLOTHING AM) YANKEE NO- P TIONS HOUSE, a former Cheap John auctioneer, located now on Market I jj street, is Tin ions BECAUSE HE IS DOING NO BUSINESS and now lie I j gives vent to his spleen through 'the columns of the newspapers. Such I ; people arc in no position to compete with OUR FINE TAILOR-MADE I CLOTHING. The check aii.l assumption of that slioildyite, whose place is g 8 chock-a-block with the rankest shoddy that's put together, to dare pit H their truck against our own grand, reliable make of Clothing. | |1 BAPHAEKSII | Handle styles that no house in San Francisco has the pluck to produce. | Such styles that excile admiration ; Suits that have a made-to-order look * about 'em. GENTLEMEN, WHEN YOU WANT THE FINEST we can j...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 June 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Has a larger circulation than any other newspaper published in San Francisco. PUBLICATION OFFICE: 825 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 O'clock P. v. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market street, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; '• . :-::• Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: BOS Lartln street, open until 9:*o o'lock, and 2518 amission street, open until 9 o'clock c. m- SI BSCRIITION- RATES: DAILY CALL (including Sundays), $6 per year by .: sasi], postpaid: IB cents per week, 0r 65 cents per • calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, five copies three months. 90 -.".. SUNDAY call (twelve pages), SI 60 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL and*. WEEKLY CALL Kg 50 per year, postpaid. .WEEKLY CALL (eight pages), SI 25 per year, post .;'' laid. . Clubs of ten i sent to one address), *10. SPECIAL NOTICE FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS. ; Subscribers who Intend going to the country dur ing the summer months can have Till: DAILY CALL mailed to them for a Meets or longer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 June 1890

'■ nisiyrss cnANCFjv. <£:._()._ SALi. ON AND LUNCH-HOUSE, WITH s_. I nrvi. 5 living rooms, between factories; well stucted. M. LESS aY CO.. 995 Market st. lt*_ C. I -4(1(1 SALOON IN CITY FRONT, OPPO-. V ' TOU, site the ferry, lining a large business: cheap rent ami long lease; selling on account of dis- . agreement wltb partnership. 51. LESS -4 CO., 905 Market st. lt» r< ili/l PRODUCE-STORE, WITH 3 LIVING .. rtjp-iUlf. rooms, in heart of city; doing fine busl- ness* M. LESS A in., 995 Market St. It* SS 1 'SO.. CORNER SALOON, WITH 5 LIVING V ' doll, rooms: there Is a large stock and fine fixtures; It Is a g od opportunity fur everybody: a ■bargain. M, LESS .'. CO., 998 Market St. It* 7. Ml FAMILY >LIQUOR-STORE. DOING A sip I UU. good business: fine stuck and fixtures: cheap reut and loug lease. Apply M. LESS, 995 Market st. It* Q-aAA CANDY MANUFACTURING BCSI- '_ <"'". ness ; prominent corner on business street: finely fitted up; handsome ice-cream parlors; select stock ol...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 June 1890

6 I.OTE LOOK 108 DEATH. -i ■" me! how sadder than to say farewell A fl It is to meet, ■"■ Dreading that love has lost bli speU W m And changed his sweet! CV *i would we were again to pait With that lull heart. The hawthorn was half bud, half flower At our good-by; And braver to roe since that hour Are earth anil sky. AH God ' It were too poor a thing . To meet this spring. Our hearts-lire never would have marge To bear their tides. Their confluent rush I Lo ! death ls large In boundary sides; And our great xoipe must be said When I am dead. —Michael Field In the Academy. DR. MERTON'S SISTER. HVTiOBODY knew why It was that Dr. M.OBODT looked, all of a sudden, so » Merlon looked, all of a sudden, so 1;M I much older than he really was ; nor *aT By why. from being a man lull of mirth and loving society, he seemed to shun both. But his sister Alice suspected the cause long, long before Mrs. Merton herself was roused to the faintest glimmer of the truth, and the truth was sad enough, for...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 June 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Kettledrum Reception Held by Mrs. E. Scott at San Hai'ael. 3ERKAX AT REDOBTDO BEACH. Ambulance Corps Party— The Sim mons-Ayres Wedding in Oak land—A San Rafael Concert. The C. L. A. S. Dance—Gree nan Lodge Entertainment—Peer less Club Party— A Sunol Sere nade—Notes. Mr. and Mrs. Ebenezer Scolt gave a delightful tea last Wednesday afternoon at their villa home In San Itatael. .he affair was in honor of tbe Host's nieces, Miss Margaret little of ibis ciiy nun Miss Scott of Washington, D. C, Doth grand daughters of ihe late Rev. Dr. Scott of St. John's Presbyterian Church. The Hostess was assisted ii. receiving and eulertalnlng her guests by Mrs. l'asl] Heathcote, Mrs. N. G. Kittle, Mis. A. W. luster. Miss Green and Mrs. .Junes of New York* Delicious refreshments were seived through put the afternoon amid the almost tioplcal lux uriance of flowers and foliage adorning tbe pretty rooms. There were bread expauses of cool-looking glossy leaves, whose emerald sh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 27 June 1890

8 THE COAST RAILROAD The Lower Counties Offer to Secure Rights of Way. Another Mysterious Murder Thought to Haie Been Perpetrated Near Dliah. (mil Mikes Its Annual Appeal Tor Rail road Communication— Livermore Dem ocrats Favor W. D. English. . Special Dispatches to The Moen'isq Cali, Pan Jose. June 20.— The railroad convention act at 10 o'clock. Ehvood Cooper in the chair, rt-.e Chairman said tliat nothing could really he -done till Colonel Crocker came, and, If be did not come, they might as well adjourn sine die. A colt spoken delegate, however, asked that mere be no Lurry, and seemed to le sure tbat Crocker would come on the next train, and an adjournment was taken till 11 o'clock. Crocker came as expected, hut be said be could give uo definite answer to tire resoluilons which Had been adopted without consulting witn bis associates In the Southern Pacific Company. Personally Ire was in lavor or completing the read through llie coast counties as soon as possible. When asked whethe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 June 1890

VOLUME LX VIII— NO. 28. A LAND OF WASTE. Lieutenant Tiedeman's Descrip tion of Uganda. Horrible Methods Employed In Patting Captives to Death. Denial of an Alliance Between England and Germany— Dixon Defeats Nunc Wallace. Bpeclal Dispatches to The Morning Call. Zanzibar, June 27.— A letter received from Dr. Peters describes the treaties con cluded with the King of Uganda, ousting the English from that country. A letter from Lieutenant Tiedeman says that Uganda is a land of waste. Everywhere are seen skeletons and corpses, showing traces of murder by burning and every other horrible method. Mahomed Bicasslsm aud three companions were hanged at Bugoiuoyo for the murder of a German merchant eight years ago. The Arabs have goue into uni versal mourning as a mark of resentment. DIXON THE WINNER. The Boston Colored Bantam- Defeats Nun: Walbce. • London, June 27.— The international glove-fight between George Dixon, the colored bantam-weight champion of Amer ica, and Nunc Wallace, the banta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 June 1890

2 AFTER THE TRAGEDY. The Shooting Case Continued Until Next Tuesday. Friends Visit, the Imprisoned Foundryman. A Jury Impaneled for the Inqusst. Holders Express Sympathy. When the caso of James W. Kerr was called yesterday for a preliminary hearing in Police Judge Rix's court a continuance was asked for by Prosecuting Attorney Dunne until next Tuesday. This was nec essary as the inquest will not be held until Monday. Attorney Darwin for the defense stated that although he desired a speedy hearing he could not object to the continuance, but he would oppose unnecessary delay. The defense will rely on three witnesses, whose names aro not known to the court officials at present. A private detective is at work on the case. He says that the bulk of testimony will be Introduced by the prosecution and many witnesses will be ex amined. KERB WILL NOT SPEAK. The prisoner was visited yesterday by numerous friends, among Whom were many prominent men. lie was not lorgot'.en by the proprietors of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 June 1890

REAL ESTATE. Another Extremely Light Week Among the Dealers. - Building Protp.et« Excellent - Sales Made During tha Week— Transfers and Contracts Recorded. ttie quietness in the real estate market has be come even more pronounced than during tbe two preceding weeks, and the prospects for an In ciease in activity for at least three months to come are not of au encouraging nature. The Inactivity has Id no way affected prices. There has only been a falling oil lv the sales, and dealers who have good property In their hands lor sale are holding It back until the summer • quietude Is over. The spring just past has been an unusually lively one ln the way of transfers of first-class and valuable property, both In the city and adjoining counties. The volume of new work lv the building trades bas Increased, ana now tlieie is no likelihood of lis falling oil until the winter mouths at any rale, even lf It does iheu. Among the agents for renting houses the state ments aie made that business is...

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. — 28 June 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL flan a lnrjger circulation than any other newspaper published In San Francisco. PUBLICATION OFFICE: 625 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 O'clock r. w. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market street, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; 189 Haves street, open until 9:30 o'clock; 603 Urkln ureet, open until 0:30 o'lock. and 2518 Llssiou street, opan until 9 o'clock p. m. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL (Including Sundays), $6 per year by snail. postpaid: 1." cents per week, or 65 rents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, five m lee three mouths. *« 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve rages), »'. BO per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL aid WEEKLY (ALL $.2 50 per year, postpaid. EKKLY CALL (debt pages), $1 25 per year, post raid. Clubs often (sent to one address), $10. SPECIAL NOTICE FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS. Subscribers who intend going to the country (lur ing the summer months can have THE daily call mailed to them for a week or longer at regular sub scription rates, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 June 1890

BrSTNF.SS CnANCKJi. IF YoU WANT To 11 OR SELL A BUSINESS call on SHOAFF A- ROSS, 873 Vi, Market st. lt Q-*,flfl PARTNER WANTED; A STEADY MAN *XOW. to altend to the cash receipts and adver- tising In a cash business, clearing $5 to $10 a day to earl: no experience necessary; must be willing to remain in office 6 hours a day. SIIOAII- A ROSS, B73jjj Market st. It •JJI.'JrLA SALOON, WITH LIVING ROOMS; vj. tttlKi. cheap rent: a sure bargain. SHOAFF A IjJOSS. -7.;yi, Market st. lt_ N»-'I''(I(I CIGAB-STOBE; CLEARING $200 A """ ' . l—i 'lt. mouth: one of the finest stands on >larket st.; leased at low rent: best of reasons for selling at a sacrifice. SHOAFF a ROSS, 873*/ i Mar- , lt* ftit).-a|V RESTAURANT ON MARKET ST?! riTOi-IW. doing a good business: furnished com- plete in good order: cheap rent: tiue bargain: good reasons for selling. SHOAFF A ROSS. 87.H-. Market -;. It C- 1,-(l WORTH $.:00; SALOON; BEST LOCA- Cl". tion: 7 rooms, completely furnlsbed; line ;r:tdc. rent only _*.;(); ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 June 1890

6 BEFORE THE fBATEK. a_mVmmS o-DAT OS tlie carved church altar __^f^_ Stood vases of fragrant flowers, 808 Some lovln? he»rt had proffered To crown the Sabbath hours. ©asters of pink, and roses, And amldjthelr sorgeous bloom A handtol or wild oats nodded. As a breeze stole through the room. And my thoughts went back to a graveyard, So many mil 's away, Where in the quiet church shad. The silent sleepers lay. And Id a corner, '.looming Cptin a lowly mound. The brlght-hued pinks and roses Shed their fragrance 'round. A heart's last loving offer "Were the blooming flowerets fair, But veiling their rich beauty. The wili oats nodded there. For nature, In her kindness. Had called them to her aid. To deck the mounds blow which The cherished dead are laid. The minister's solemn voice echoed. Throughout the dim-lit room, Calling my wandering thoughts back from that distant, lonely tomb. And 1 bowel my head and listened, For .'. seemed as if I knew. In the solemn hush befure the prayer, I'd "...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 June 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. The Sun Francisco Caledonian Club's Ball Last liven* ing. DECEPTION ON RINCON HILL. A Jones-Street Surprise Party— The Leichter-Roebke Wedding—Pri vate Picnic to Mill Valley—Mar riage of Miss Caro and Mr. Shef tel — A Drive to Crystal Springs. Social Notes. The San Francisco Caledonian Club gave Its twenty-fourth annual distribution of prizes and ball last evening at the Mechanics' Pavilion. Some (2000 woith of prizes were distributed ou Hits occasion, and the large ball was well Oiled Willi an enthusiastic assemblage of Mends of the club. The Scotch community In our midst Is sin gularly successful in making their fetes thor oughly enjoyable. The bearty welcome ac corded to all •'strangers" Is no doubt largely re sponsible ror this popularity. On ibis occasion the committees were particularly attentive to all coiners, and appeared to multiply themselves that each vlslioi might be made lo feel at home. . Tne scene during the dances was very Inspir iting. T...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 June 1890

8 SWEPT OVER FALLS. A Broken Boat Tells the Story of Three Deaths. Disappearance of a War Veteran From His Home In Yallejo. Ad Auburn Banker Causes the Arrest of a Young Man for Forgery— Burial of a Naval Officer. Special Dispatches to The Moesiso call. Alb ant (Oregon), June 27. —At 4 o'clock ' this afternoon Roscoe Gass, accompanied by two boys aged about 12 years, the sons of A. B. Matthews and W. H. .McFarland, went boat-riding on the Calapcola River, above this city. They did not return at nightfall and their families became uneasy and search was Instituted. The searching parties could find no trace of the missing ones until 11 o'clock, when the boat was found broken to pieces below the Calapoosa Falls, at the Magnolia Mills, where it had •gone over. It is supposed they were drowned. Search was continued until late tonight) but the bodies were not recovered. DISAPPEARED FKOM HOME. Hallucination of a Man Who Was Wounded in the Civil War. Vali.ejo, June 27.— The family of George ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 June 1890

The " Call is the Largest Paper IN SAN FRANCISCO. a. __ THK best: THE "CALL" ENLARGE?-. ADDITION THE CHRONICLE ENLARGES BY SUBTRACTION. THE EXAMINER ENLARGES BY SUBTRACTION. VOL. LXVIII.-NO. 29. DISPOSAL OF THE ARMY BILL. The Reichstag Passes It to the Third Reading Without Amendment. EUDGET COMMITTEES REPORT. France's Opposition to the East Afri can Agreement — Conference Be tween Caprivi and the English Embassador ßussia Preparing to Back Up Her Demand on the Porte — An Exaggerated Report. Copyright, IS9O, by the New Yor- Associated I'ress. Berlin, June 28.— The Reichstag has passed the Army Bill to its third reading without amendment. The efforts of the minority, consisting of the Freissiunlge, Socialist and Tolks parties, aided by a few Centrists, were futile. The House next passed to its second reading tue Budget Committee's report, striking out the credit demand' d by the Gnvemn-n. for raising the pay of officers below the rank of Colo nel. The Government now having secured th...

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. — 29 June 1890

2 SEE FIGHTS OUT OF THE CITY NOW. S.in Francisco -ports Witness a BTen - Ron nil Mill at Benicia. McLAUGHLU. VS. CATHCART. Recovery of One of the Victims of the Albany Drowning Accident. Captain Mil-mores Typewriter Gets Him Into More Trouble. Census Returns From Interior Towns — School Building Burned. Special Dispatches to Tin. Morxixg Call. 1.-..-IC.A. June 2S.— The regular monthly event of the Benicia Athletic Club to-night was a fight to a finish between J. McLaugb lan and William Cathcart, both of San Francisco. Several preliminary contests took place and at 10 o'clock the event of the evening was announced and the men appeared in tbe ring. Mc- Laughlau was attended by Frank Kel ley, .V. Mason and Morris Gallagher. Cathcart's seconds were James Ingram, W. Conley and \V. Mills. George Connors acted as referee, and informed the men that they would have to fight, otherwise the affair would be declared off. Cathcart gave his weight as 115 pounds and Mc- Laugblan as 122 pounds. Cat...

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