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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 1 July 1890

* * WHAT ls a Cr « at Want \'- IfinMl Medium? V „ T It is the Piper Which Pnblishes h- ."ost Want f T Ads, and Which Brings the E'st Results V CALL DOES BOTH !-' VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 31. PAYMENT REFUSED. Is .1 Financial Difficulty at Buenos Ayres. I flu National Bank Withholds Its Regular f Vv' Quarterly Dividend. ' . I ■ ' . •• & 'ib Suspension Thought to Ec Only Tempo /.ft W— A French Citizen Shot bj Sa German Sentry. i.. Ji v Special DUpatclies to The Morning Calu I';' A Joxdojst, June 30.— Buenos Ayres I • ■ join nondent of the Times telegraphs that •j: th National Bank of Buenos Ayres sus [. | peided payment Saturday, and shares fell „| tan 108 to 100 and closed at 118. A panic '■ i_ vas created on the Bourse and a general ,:.'■;-. Jeelins of distrust prevailed. Gold now | : ' '■ -joiuiuan'ls a premium of 143. j ••.•! Later dispatches show that the Times' j advices are inaccurate. It appears that the i;• V bant only suspended payment of toe quar ; terly dividend, which was app...

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. — 1 July 1890

2 MANSLAUGHTER. Tenlictof the Coroner's Jury iv the Cogan Killing. I«UTaony*of Eye-Witnesses to the Shooting tan Took Deliberate Aim and Cogan Was Ennnia? Away.' The Coroner held an inquest yesterday into lie killing of Edward Cogan, who was ehct by James W. Kerr, one of the owners cf the Occidental Foundry, last Thursday morning on First street As the Morgue was too small to accom modate the several witnesses, attorneys and persona interested in the, case Police Court 3 was utilized for the occasion. A though Kerr was not present his inter ests were watched by attorneys Keubeu 11. Lloyd and ex-Judge Darwin. The following jury, impaneled last Fri day, answered their names and heard the testimony: , Kdward M. Gallagher, paint*, oils and glaw. Oil Sacramento street; Benjamin Bachs, Baejw til. liters & Co., lihpoiters fancy goods. *» to 38 . losireei; TUwOore E. Sn.»". MieM,...n_, Jj " •hinsliam & HeeM. shue manufacturers, 25 t;d 27 saiisome street Ldwaid May, Livingston &C...

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. — 1 July 1890

FROM ALASKA. liOcatms me Boundary Line of British Columbia. The Borveyin? Party Encounters Great Diffi culties—£ampart House Found to Be oa American Territory. On Juno 14th of last year an expedition started from this city under tho auspice? of the United States Coast and Geodetic Sur vey Office to determine tlia boundary be tween Alaska and British America. Trie expedition is in charge of J. Henry Turner, sub-assistant of the Geodetic Survey staff. Professor Davidson lias received the fol lowing letter from Mr. Turner from his camp, which is situated in latitude 67° 25' earth, longitude 141° west, about 250 miles •*st of the lanuth of tr.e Porcupine River x' -•■■' it empties into the Yukon and about ZOO miles farther nort*i than McGrath's ex r -..ii;it: in the Yukon. It came via Wi:i- Bipp£, Manitoba^ Camp Colons a, January 10. 1890. J"ro/es»or Georgt .idfon— Dkak Sir: I i • o-'»* here*;, a copy of my letter to the Su ■ uu*r dent. Deartaf date of January 1, 1890. >n can <■(•■...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 1 July 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL TTa» a larger circulation than any other • paper jinhlislird In San Francisco. rrui.ic.ATioN' OFFICE: 625 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock T. M. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market '• »•!,.■. near Kearny, opcu until 13 o'clock miclnlßnt; . :-f9 Hayes street, open until 8:80 o'clock! 603 l.arkln street, open until 9:30 o'locK, and 2518 lii»luu street, open until 9 o'clock r. *• SI BSCBIPTION BATES! DAILY ( AIL (including Sundays), *« per year by irail. postpaid: 15 cent* per week, or 65 cents per «lfncUiriiio!,-.li;lir.i..;f. carriers. DAILY CALL. Urn copies Uirce months. ■ ' ; -•"■ SUNDAY CALL (twelve races). SI 80 per y«r, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL iv.d WEEKLY CALL *'- 50 per year, postpaid. V EKKLY CALL (tight pages), $1 28 per year, posc l.-iij. Ciubs or ten (gent to one address), $10. — — SPECIAL HOIICE FOX THE SUJIMKK !iIONTH<. Eol}scrli>cr3 w&o lutend coins to tha country dur li c the summer months can nave THE DAILY CALL ' mailed to them for...

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. — 1 July 1890

i *T". ~ i:T-si_nrs_rnjVNrFS ; ". .,.,-/. TO CLOSE anT^tTTT:: THE WELL- S,)_.iU. known saloon and much house or the IV.. Adolph Schmidt, COT. Filth and Berry sts. Is ' uflered at a bargain: with long lease: large grounds: owns solid substantial buildings on corner; doing ah immense trade; has no opposition: is a sure for- tune: situated right In the heart or the business center of ship building, lumber, stone, marble, brick __ ad gravel yards, railroad works and manufactur- ing Interests, employing thousands or men • sublets ■- ground enough and wharf to clear $150 per month.; besides one of the best businesses in the state of Cal- lfornla. Apply on premises or to GEO. STEWART, 1 . ii Keamy St. It CBI Rft S WOUTH »Sool SALOON; BEST LOoA- t^it)V". tion: 7 rooms, completely furnished; line trade: rant only $30: must sell at once: sea this. GEO. STEW IST. 135 Kearny at. It r.O-A I'AKT.NKi: WANTED TO-DAY IN j^ I—t-'U.1 — t-'U. Orst-clasa cash business, suitable for any "pljtu. swber. .s...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 1 July 1890

6 KIJCCATIONAL,. 0^ AKI.ANO SKMTNAirvT^is BUCTSMTH ST. Oakland; for boarding and day pupils; the sum- mer term will open Monday, July 2S, 1890. MRS. M. K. BLAKE, Principal. ' jyl 3m OAKLAND CLASSICAL AND MILITARY ACAD- V/ emy, a select school for boys, will reopen at 10-0 Oak St.. Oakland. July 16, IS9O. Colonel W. H. O'UHIKN. Superintendent. Jyl gm QPANISH I.ADY DESIRES A FEW PUPILS TO p join a class or for single lessons. 148 Sixth st., Room 44.- Je29 lnl KKOIT'S MiW MUSIC .NOTATION IS A PER- feet, rapid and easy method. 814 Geary. 12m pERTIHEO TEACHER FROM EUROPE DE- \J sires pupils for pianoforte; terms $6 per month. 40 K.iSs St., off Howard, near Sixth. je26 7t* ELEURAI'IIY AND RAILROADING; tHOCL \\ j refer to our operators now in offices. je2o 6iu lELD SEMINARY 18.5 TELE(iRAPH AYE., Oakland, will open August 4. 1890. SIRS. W. B . HYI>K. Principal. }el 7 3in PIANO LESSONS UY GERMAN LADY; HALF hour 25 ce;iis. 931 Market, Room Ba. my 16 13m GUITAR AND PIANO LESSONS UIVEN, f 8 ...

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. — 1 July 1890

IS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. *n ■ hi; 'Seventeenth Anniversary Fete .". of the Knights of Honor. A. HIGHLY SUCCESSITJL AFFAIR The Seven Pines Circle Entertain ment Wedding in San Jose. j. ■ Y. L. I. Party — An Alameda Birthday Celebration— Party on s Powell Street— lnteresting Notes. Pacific Coast Weddings. Seldom baa Odd Fellows' Hall been mare crowded ih.ui II was last evening, 111© occasion bein-' il.Oßi-veuleeiitUanuiversaiyolttieKntglits' ol llouor. Ailliougb comparatively a young .ii-i in Hit' States sel \miliih Hie last ten years )# I,, is extended Us ineniLeisliip almost iucredi iwiitl now lauksatuongiue (oreuiost beneficial I t * izatlons 01 its own kind. The Km^lns jn.ber many prominent citizens, ol whom lUeie wa> a goodly iei>ieseutaiiou at i be celebration | Us. evening. Seats were early at a premium, and many deemed themselves fortunate to liud staudiue ' rot in hence tlicy could enjoy tlie following at i tractive programmes Oveiture, "Kaymond" ', (Suppe), llltzau'a Ba...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 1 July 1890

8 CRUELLY WRONGED. A Young Lady of Gait Weds a Married Man. Disappearance of the Scoundrel Upon Being Exposed. Mysterious Murder at Spokane Falls— LlTerj Stable and Eighteen Horses Burned at Portland. Special Dispatches to The Mon.viNn Call Sacramknto, June 30.— The peoplelof Gait are greatly exercised over an indignity which has been perpetrated upon a young lady of that town. It seems that a year or two ago there appeared in Gait a young man named William Briggs. He had rela tives in the vicinity and obtained work on the neighboring ranches, and being of good address and a splendid dancer, soon be came a favorite with the residents of the community. Among those to make his ac quaintance and to whom he paid especial attention was Miss Ada Packard, a step daughter of I. M. Smith, one of the best known residents of the county, and at one lime President of the Hoard of Supervisors. Brings and Miss Packard "kept com pany" duriug the past winter. '1 hey be came engaged, nnd ou Wednesday...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 July 1890

EVERY DAY ; The CALL Gains the Most Subscribers ! '/. 1 convi.vvtxg phoof that the call is the C'j MOUT POVVLAH SEWSVAI'ER. IT GOES TO THE MOST FAMILIES ! § VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 62. MANY PERSONS HURT. |A Serious Riot at the Leeds ' Gnn Works. Soldiers Summoned From York to Assist the Police. I • ■ It 1 In Uproar in the Italian Chamber of Depu ties—Agitation Over the San Salvador Revolution. ♦ f ' Special Dispatches to The jiokmso Call. London, July 1. — The striking employes tit the Leeds Gas Works had a serious con vict -<1 ij with a force of policemen, which was endeavoring to prevent disorder. The i strikers used stones, sticks and bottles as weapons, and as the officers were iudiacrira »te in the use of their batons many on both sides were injured. In the eveuing troops were summoned frum York. On their arrival the mob i elted them with stones, and the soldiers dialled the crowd. One magistrate and many soldiers, policemen and civilians were injured. The strikers finally deserte...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 July 1890

2 EIGHT-HOUR BELLS. Fire Officials Opposed to the New Ordinance. Ihe Constant Singing Will Prove Detrimen tal to the Department Horses—Yes terday Marmng'i Ccmmoticn. There was a commotion in the Fire De partment for a short time yesterday morn ing. At precisely 8 o'clock the bells rang throughout the city, apparently announc ing ail alarm from Box 3. In the district in which this station Is located, the horses were hitched to the apparatus, fires were started in the boilers and several engines Trent out to the scene of the supposed blaze. Engine 0 was driven to the locality of the box, corner of Stockton and Greenwich streets, but there was no tire. In the other companies the lack of the usual repetition i>f the alarm was noticed and the firemen returned to the houses. The bells, however, did not ring to sum mon the department to a lire. They simply made the announcement that it was 8 o'clock in the day, only that and nothing more. The ordinance recently passed by tlie Hoard of S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 July 1890

I WE'LL MAKE I THE EAGLE SCREAM Longer Than He's Ever Screamefl Before! I 1 BEGINNING THURSDAY 3IORMNG, and until 11 o'clock this even- 1 I iiifr we'll offer to tlie citizens of San Francisco and vicinity the grandest 1 J bargains that's ever been offered by any solvent concern in America. I I Hundreds of pretty suits 'II be turned out at the picayune price of J $5.00! | | Hundreds of truly handsome Suits will go marching out to the tune of $10.00! | 1 Beautiful Imported Worsted Suits, suits that lots of stores arc holler- \ 9 ins about as startling bargains at $-0, but we sire not thinking of proals s I to-day, so out they so for ■ $13.50! | "1 Custom Suits, ones that're made in our own custom tailoring depart- 5 1 inent, one* for beauty and elegance in finish thai their equal can't he | found in any other clothing house in San Francisco ; suits (hat we've sold a for *-2~>. $28 and $:Jit, but gentlemen, we're after room for our Fall goods, J I so out of our house they must go at...

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. — 2 July 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL IT** a Iar»;«r circulation than any other paper published In San Francisco. PUBLICATION OFFICE: 6"5 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock p. v. ISRAKCH OFFICES: 710 Market itrret.near Kearny.open until 12 o'clock midnight; Tt9 Hayes street, open until i'::;0 o'clock: 603 lurkin "street, open until P:3O Clock, and 2518 Illation street, open until 9 o'clock p. m. SVnSCKIPTION KATES: TAII.Y CALL (Including Sundays), ftf per year by irsil. postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, five cc; It* three months, a* 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve page .*1 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY ('.M.I. hi .1 WEEKLY CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. v hhKi.\ call (eight pages), $1 -."■ per year, port -I*lo, Clubs of ten (sent to one address), *W. SPECIAL. NOTICE FOB lUE SP3IMEK MONTHS. Subscribers who intend Ruin? to the country Cur- Ing the summer mouths can have THE DAILY call mailed to them for .1 week or longer at regular fiub tc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 July 1890

nrsTXKss CHANCES. •VTOTICK— I HAVE SEVERAL BUYERS WILL- X^ lug to invest in legitimate business. Parties de- . . airing to sell apply to w. F. HEALY. 1004 Market. I* (JTRA GROCERY AND BAR, WITH 3 SUNNY •IT 1 O\J. rooms: good business corner: rent only $25 month. W. F. HEALY, 1004 Market St. It* "vT\iT SALOON, WITH 10 WELL-FURNISHED O 4 « > V T . rooms; clearing $100 per month; cheap rent; owner selling for best or reasons. Apply W. V. m: \\.\ . linn Market st., opp. Fifth. it* q -.-ii SALOON, NEAR MARKET ST.; BIG • w ,)i-u. trade; 2 pool-tables; 3 rooms; rent $25: Wonderful bargain. WOODRUFF, 841 Market. It* Ci'-J^A GROCERY; WORTH $600; MUST SKI.L. <^OOU. •WOODItIFF. 841 Market st. lt» ffl-lOf. CIGAU-STORE ON MARKET ST. WOOD- __T________.i;t ff, 841 Market St. It* V M 111 COFFEE-SALOON ON THE BUSINESS V" v "- part of Montgomery St.; everything in first-class order: daily receipts from $20 to $20: a linrrMn. BOOKER A- TEMPLE. 841 Market st. It* Q'-IT^ SALOON: POOL-TABLE, STOCK....

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. — 2 July 1890

6 SWEET ALISHM. Wrlti? n for The Morn-mo Cai.t.. * • , * HERE the pure pale roses and blushing Milt roses &%/fi. Together grow; 1- " J The sweet alyssuin spreads Its humble Cowers Like drifts of snow. It nestles 'mongst the grasses by the waysides, ' . Where glowing blooms _ Of solldago flaunt In misty autumn Their golden plumes. And 'rnongst the rocks. Its dull green lifts find foot ing, And there the bee Sips from its white and honey-laden flowers Beside the sea. What grave-yard stranger to Its modest blossoms t What lone tomb Of flowers bereft, that does not bear upon It its fragrant bloom ? A humble plant: but since all give It welcome 'Tis surely blest. For of all flowers that grow It earns this guerdon— '• It does Its best." Then let the rose no more be made the emblem Of Christ our King; But rather lay at his dear feet this flower In offering. Ilecause, like he, it seens all dreary places To make them fair: Because, like be, its sweet pervading presence la everywnere. 0 f...

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. — 2 July 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Marriage of Hr. Henry C. Haefce and Miss Hal tic lloi-stniann. WELL TO DR. MESSING. ■ Court Stanford Social The Mc- Caffrey-Doud Wedding— Gallick 8 Surprise Party —A Musicals on Washington Street — Antonelle- Ducarron Wedding — Party on Brannan Street— Notes. A remarkably pretty wedding took place last evening at St. Marfcos Church, en (Julou square. The contracting parties were Mr. Henry C. Hacke, now enisageil with Baker & Hamilton In tl.is lily, and Miss Baltic lloisunaiin. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .1. IloiMinaun of San Francisco. The handsome little churcli was beautified with a tasieful arrangwn nt or roses m tall Jars . flauKed with iimely exotic plants. ' About 6:46 o'clock the organist, Mr. W. Sculaoter, con i. d :ed tne •■ LoUeiiirln" inarch, ami every pair or eyes iv '.he crowded building was turned toward the main entrance. The Ushers came first. Mr. Henry Miller. Mr. An drew Himmelmann, Mr. Wimhrop Miller and Mr. William Dolling. Then adva...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 July 1890

8 SEATTLE'S LOSS. me City Swept by Another Disastrous Fire. 1 Number of Wholesale Business Houses Entirely Destroyed. The Fire Department Handicapped by an Inadequate Supply of Water— The Loss Estimated at $100,000. ' Special Dispatches to The Mohniso Call. Seattle. July I.— At 8:15 o'clock to-night a fire broke out In a row of two-story corrugated iron building* on the west side of West street, between Columbia and Marlon, on Hie water front, occui'led urlnclpally by wholesale nouses, ■and before it was put out ball the Mock was burned and about $100,000 worm of property destroyed. The Ore originated from some unknown cause In S. B. Stewart's wholesale commission bouse, the sec ond store from Hie corner of Marion street. The flumes had a good headway before discovered tiy the engineer of a train at the Seattle Lake Shore and Eastern road, which runs Id Hie near of the low. The engineer blew hi s whistle, but a* no one nought to turn in an alarm the Eire Depaitraent did not respond ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 July 1890

T>.-.-. ■ ■ ■■ ;.:---:-:-:-:.:->:-:-:->:-:-:-:':-:-:-:-:-»:oMj ;fIT" OUT OF SIGHT ! "~|H < — • — ■ * J; The CALL publishes more help wanted V $ advertisements than all the other city papers >) I combined. '"•"'-■ t •'■ '*> IT IS THE ONLY WANT MEDIUM! Xj l"^] »"•*•*•*•"*"•* *^* l*l*l*l*l*l*.* -•-*l*_ # I*I*I*I*~**»~*~*~ ♦"♦"•"♦I" IS VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 33. MENENDEZ' DEATH. A Well-Founded Report That .. He Was Assassinated. Tie San Salvador Goyernment Preparing to Resist Guatemala. France Will Maintain the Law Prohibiting . the Importation of American Lard. . ■ Special Dispatcher to The Morning Call Citt of Mexico, July 2.— Scnor Diegeuz, the Guatemalan Minister here, informed the Associated Press representative that he has received a telegram from his Gov ernment announcing that President ilenen dei of San Salvador was assassinated, and did not die a natural death. In addition tl!e Minister says the people say they will protest against any usurpation of power by Guate...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 July 1890

2 INDEPENDENCE DAY. Jlow tbe Glortoiis Fourth Will Be Celebrated. Patriotic Tributes cf San Franciic'* PeopU in Eoaor cf the Anniversary of L.birty's Pioclamation. The Executive Committee of the Fourth of July Celebration Committee met at head quarters, 930 Market street, last night, D. A. Macdonald presiding. A conimunicatiun from Colonel A. S. Ilubbard, President ol the California Society Sons of tho American Involution, directing attention to the desirability of having suitable patriotic airs played on the parade, was referred to the Music Coui li-.ittee. The Finance Committee reported that collections to date amounted to 52400, and would have been $500 more ii there had not been so much wrangling and squabbling in the meetings of the Executive Committee, An acceptance ol the invitation to take part in the parade m received from Gen eral George G. ileade Post. No. 43, G. A. B. . Captain Swnsey breached the matter of the resignation of. the Invitation Committee, and wished to have...

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. — 3 July 1890

NEW PROBABILITIES. lie Succeeds the Old Weather Sharp on This Coast lieutenant John P. Tin'ey Tells What the T.neyardisti ard OiUers Need in the Way cf PrcgQosticatiom. Since the change made in the Signal Ser vice Corps, whereby Lieutenant John P. Fin Icy was put in charge of the Pacific Coast weather service, there have been many surmises as to whether lie would institute a new order of things and make any changes among the stations. Thpngu the number of men this could affept is small, the public in general has been taking more interest lately than it Has for years, and immediately commenced questioning when it was announced that a change at the head office had been made. Lieutenant Finley was translerred from the New England Division of the Signal Service Corps. The headquarters of this liivision is at Boston, where Lieutenant Finley has renided several years while en g.iged in his prognostications. SEW HEADQUARTERS. A visit to the ne.w headquarters of the * Signal Service Corps, ...

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. — 3 July 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Hh 11 larger circulation than any other uen»i>aper published in Sin Francisco. rritl-ICATIOif OFFICE: 625 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock P. v. UKANCH OFFICES: 710 Market itreet.cear Keamy.open until 12 o'clock midnight; :;;■ Hayes street, open until 9:SO o'clock; boa l.atki:. street, i.pen until 9:80 Clock, mid 251 a Mjaslon street, open until 9 o'clock p. m. KII'TION KATES : TAII-Y CALL (including Sundays), $8 per year by ■ »sil. postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per :• calendar mouth through carriers. DAILY CALL, five ' hi Hires mouths. $6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve pages), SI 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL m.<i weekly CALL */2 50 per year, postpaid. I>UM.V CALL (eight rape,.*, $1 25 per year, post liiul. Clubs v; lii. (sent to ■■!»-■ address). $10. SPECIAL NOTICE FOX THE SUMMER MONTHS. Fubscrlbera wqo Intend golnj to the country dor icg the summer mouths can li.ivc Til B DAILY CALL mailed to them for a week or longer at reg...

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