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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 July 1890

V firSTNKSS RHAKCKS. *< lilt COMMISSION BUSINESS; PARTNER -V'l7. wanted, with well-known, financial, re- sponsible, business man of good standing audrepu- Station: hi.s a Brsl ; lass trade, clear! »joi to «260 j'er nth. and rapidly growing; absolutely re- €iuir!tig more assistance; prefers partner to "hired In"; good man wanted more than money; can give ~T~* best of reference; an exceedingly good business ' : that will bear a close investigation. GEO. STEW- ART. 135 Kearny St. > it CfcO9C.n CLOSE AN ESTATE; THE WEI.L- C'-oV . known saloon and lunch home of the late Ail. 'Ill: Schmidt, cor. Fifth and Berry sts. Is offered st a bargain: with long lease; large grounds; owns solid substantial buildings on corner; doing an immense trade; has no opposition: isasurefor- tune; situated right in the heart of the business canter or ship building, lumber, stone, marble, brick and grave! yards, railroad works and manufacl ir- lug Interests, employing thousauds or men: sublets ground enoug...

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. — 3 July 1890

6 We open our entire lines of purchases recently made in Chicago and place on sale over ONE THOUSAND A€£ LI A°^ BIUiEIUPT we are the only concern on the Pacific Coast that pup- iVEW SUITS all new patterns, in Tweeds, Cassimerc,' Piquet, Worsteds, and some THREE HUNDRED SLATER M^ Ha #4 I B fiwl %Jrf!\ § KB\O chase direct from the manufacturer and SELL DIRBCX FLANNEL SUITS. TO THE MASSES. WC Ml II I f\f£E?B&> 300 ALL-WOOL $1G.50 SUITS at $B.sO—»etter Viilue than TTTTTI ATiTHTiT m/"% T\ A "%T & WILL OFr^lC ever before offered— three lines of one hundred each. lsf Hi Olt JjjJM i. CJ-JJ-O- X WE WILL OFFER 200 Custom Cut, very latest medium weights in Sacks, at $ I 0.00. ' ° WE WILL OFFER 400 Custom Cut Sacks or Frocks -the best value on earth lor the price— at SI 2.50. 50 CASES— 2S Flat Brim Straws and 25 New Style Soft and Stiff Hats— direct from the factories. We place AND rOUR CHOICE IN ONE THOUSAND ALL-WOOL SLITS, manufactured for custom trade by Henry W. six < v (lozcn...

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. — 3 July 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. >"nnierons Departures Announced Prior to the Holi days. TWO N. S. G. W. INSTALLATIONS. ■ Berger-O'Loghlen Wedding — The Horstmann Surprise Party — The Stoat-Morgan Marriage—Enter ■•; tainment at San Rafael— Mc- f !l Mahon Golden Jubilee— Coast '£■ Weddings— Notabilia. There has been a general flit: lit from tlie city Curing tiio past lew days. Monterey and San Kafael appeal to be favoilte destinations for - . ly-makers. At the latter place, tliere will l c tr.e tennis tournament and a hop; at Monterey : a polo game is promised on the Fourth under ihe '^ organization of Mr. J. Brett Stokes. There will <"* > I c ;i 1-i'ii In lie evrniiip wtilcti will be attended I;, many of the officers who arrived with their legimeula yesterday. Aituras Lod^e, -No. C. Order of the Beacon Li^lit, gave Its fiist pound party last evening at Koe Valley Hall, 1244 Twenty-fourth street. The affair was very pleasant, being admirably conducted. Dr. Charles F. Sloat and Mi...

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. — 3 July 1890

8 A WRECKED LIFE. The Pathetic History of Nicho las Francisco. Driven Insane by the Conduct ol His Faithless life. Be Seeks Oblivion In a Napa Mountain Caye — Found With a Letter From the Guilty Woman. Special Dispatches to The Monsiso Call. El Vekano, July 2.-Last Friday Nicholas Francisco, an Italian laborer Iv the quarrk'i of Henry Wejl, near this place, suddenly disap peared, and, »s lie was rather eccentric In his halms, It was leared ihat he had committed suicide. A searching party was sent cut and thu morning truncisco was discovered Iv a cavern amont: the Napa niountaloj .In a demented slate. The m iti Das a strange history. la 1850 be came to Sau Kranel^co as the private secretary ol a Raveling gentleman. He was accompanied bj his wife, and one lliomlnn he awoke to find Ibat she had flown with his employer, and no truce of the guilty couple could be found. After ■eaieuliie San Pianclsco aiid vlclolty thoroughly Ibe halt euzed llailau diopped out of slgnt and was not beard o...

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. — 4 July 1890

1 •■ ■- $£& (^ (£v^ '£&* «M& e^v^ 2|g£ Hi M THE GLORIOUS FOURTH! M •F*^' WILT. OCCUPY YOUB warn TO-DAY. AFIEB !-'£ ■'• THE FOURTH, IF A WANT OCCUPIES YOUR j&Jk HIM,, advertise it a the CALL. aK*. !>■ . THE ONLY WANT MEDIUM IN THIS CITY t'^y 3 M iSSk £& i^v^b £& c^b (£&■ i^« VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 54. ACTS OF VIOLENCE. Striking Cloak-Makers Driven to r Desperation, 'Narration Turns Them Into a Desperate Band of Rioters. Bosses and Ron-Union Employers Attacked tod Many Persons Seriously Injured. 4 \ ' Special L»isi'atches to The Mossiso Call New York. July 3.— lt has been feared for some time that starvation would force the striking cloak-makers to acts of violence. Those fears were realized to-day. It has been a . matter of common notoriety for several days past that these unfortunate people have actually been in awful straits, and a lew have been confronted with the neces sity of leaving their homes fur lack of ihouey to pay rent. Last night several familie...

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. — 4 July 1890

2 A MONG POLITICIANS. Matters of Interest to (he Local Statesmen. Chairman layers Seeking an Explanation. Primaries Not Sufficient— Colonel llirkhxm's Candidacy. T>r. Myers, airman -of the Republican County Committee, is bubbling over with indignation, and Arthur R. Briggs is the gentle man toward whom his anger is di rected. The doctor feels that an apology is due him and is patiently waiting for Mr. Bricgs . to do the amende honorable. He claims that the latter did him a gross injustice in the manner in which he sent his recent let ter, at Chairman of the Citizens' Com mittee, to the County Committee, and the doctor resents it as an affront to his honor. It seems that Mr. Briggs forwarded the letter to the Chairman with a request that - it he presented to the pouimittee, but at the same time he mailed a copy to Dr. Harris, asking that in the event of the original not being produced the copy be handed in. Myers cl-iinis this as a direct imputation against his honor, as bearing w...

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. — 4 July 1890

__ __ 3 TO WATCH OUR SHODDY COMPEI'ITOBS IS THEIR WEAK AXD I M CRIPPLED ATTEMPTS TO MELT t i 3 [|ni >'«'.>7.*.> j »'.* t '.'«»»»»*«»»»»i«»»i > »». < i < . < '.'j3] B UNAPPROACHABLE 'BARGAINS. Belter give up Hie fl-ht gentlemen. I ■i I We've won the day. on haven't a ghost of a chance to get 'customers to j I your stores while we are giving the people such grand values. The peo- |"» I 1 pic would be fools lo buy your shoddy stuff when they can come to I r— =r I [T&APHAEKJT] I 3 1 5 i_ ■ , < And fret Ihoir pick and choice of HUNDREDS OF HANDSOME WORSTED I • * SUITS, PRETTY CASMMERES, NEAT AND NOBBY CHEVIOTS, IN 5 I BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS AM) STILES, for the almost nothing price of i i ~~ I i i 1' '1 I i ' " Genfleuien, we don't quote bar-rains in the hopes of petting you to our I ■ stores and then disappoint you. Vi • ain't that kind of people. You'll 1 f : find (lie poods iu our house exactly us advertised. f j ! j 433, 483 slxx<3l 487 1 1 BOMTCIOHERY STREE...

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. — 4 July 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL ". rtnii a tarrer circulation than any oilier ' new«i!ai>er juihliHlied in Sun Francisco. • • riTULICATION OFFICE: : 825 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 ; o'clock !'. M. 11KANCH OFFICES: 710 Market : -street, near Kearny, open until IS o'clock mldnlgnt; S!8 Hayes street, open until 9:SO o'clock: t l o3 1-arUn street, open until 9:30 e'locli, and 2518 iliiMuii street, open until 9 o'clock p. M. SI li>< KIITIOX JSATES: . DAILY CALL (Including Sundays), $6 per j-roriiy trail, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or or. rents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, live copie6threenioiiths.s6 25. Sl' AY CALL (twelve |ifi> .SI 50 pet year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL mil WKEKLY CALL »2 60 per year, postpaid. V thKI.V ALL (eight pages), $1 25 per year, post ed. Clubs or trn (Bent to one aihlrtssi, *IU. 61'ECIAI, SOTICE fo:: THE SI ! JIMEIS MONTHS. Eul>»cribers who Intend golns to the com.try dor -1: g the summer months can hive TIIK DAILY CALL llmi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 July 1890

crsruESS chances. ';S;*-Sc rro SELL 01 1 your business promptly . 1 lor cash go to I. D. BARNARD. 1 14S Market St., bet. Mason and Taylor: established 1853. It* 7. I OK. RESTAURANT; BEST LOCATION IN op 1 — >). city- has line run of custom; great bar- B'ln. aiORRIS. 14 Turk St.. In rear. it* "(&»)." A CIGAR-STAND; FEW DOORS FROM ,*■> _ i)U. Market St.: doing Al business: clears f",ni a month. MORRIS, 14 Tnrt St.. In rear. It* .e-OC A GROCERY, BAR AND 8 FURNISHED «*i)OU. rooms: bargain. Mi LAI i.iil.lN, 26 Kearny st. Ji 4 at* PVER ANTED FOR V* ELL-PAYING CASH X Itn-liiess. Answer K. K., Box 102, Call Branch Office, Market st. It JAUNHRY FOR SALE— BY MACHINERY. J :iih Seventef mil St. jy4 St* 1 OK BALI COFFEE AND CHOP HOUSE; : .1' nicely fitted up; rent paid to August Ist. 15 Ma- so:rst. Iyt 31* O.J^A COFFEE SALOON, 1149 MARKET. • .—•A/. Furnished room: fine accommodations; average $15 daily; rent. g'J5. jyl -t* \.|l|i| WANTED— A MAN IN FIRST-CLASS JJ I'"', paying business. A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 July 1890

6 + MIDbUMMER + oALE + ON n* We open our entire lines of purchases recently made in Chicago and place on sale over ONE THOUSAND AQU AT 1 ItH DUSTS' ©we arc tlle 01lIy conccrn on tlie Pacific Coast that mir- NEW SUITS, all new patterns, in Tweeds, Cassimere, Piquet, Worsteds, and some THREE HUNDRED SLATER MO fflAI llf 1 ¥*%£ 111 I El v chase direct from the manufacturer and hLLL DIRECT FLANNEL SLITS. TO THE MASSES. W£? i&#lfl I /f^^^^O 300 ALL-WOOL $16.50 SUITS at $B.sO— better value than fTTTTI /^"mTIT\T rp/^t "n A V ff £, W I LL OP P&K ever before oiiered-three lines of one hundred each. V¥ Hi \J JL Hi JN 1 KJ-DIZL X WE WILL OFFER 200 Custom Cut, very latest medium weights in Sacks, at $ I 0.00. ' ■ WE: WELL OFFER 400 Custom Cut Sacks or Frocks— the best value on earth for the price— at $ | 2.50. 50 CASES— 2S Flat Brim Straws and 25 New Style Soft and Stiff Hats— direct from the factories. We place AND TOUR CHOICE IN ONE THOUSAND ALL-WOOL SUITS, manufactured for custom trad...

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. — 4 July 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Several Very Interesting Marriage Ceremonies in the In terior. MANY VISIT THE COUNTRY. Wedding of Miss Shaw and Mr. Gulick at Pomona— The Golden West Lodge Entertainment. Campbell- Dray and Riggins- Tully Nuptials Party on Hayes Street A Vallejo Wedding. All lie popular resorts within a convenient radi us of Hie city report au extraoidiuary demand tor nooommodatiou during the holidays tills year. There will be also many pleasant home reunion la tins city. Liberty Keller Corps, No. 02, W. It. C, wil '•"give an entertainment and social at 35 Eddy t\ iff! tblscveniug. Miss Mac ii.m.md. daughter of General W. 11. l>:mond. Sui>crlutendeut of the Mint, and Miss li win were thrown from a dog*cait last Tuesday evening aad sustained some severe ecu tu-lons. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Vnllmar of Alameda cele l-i.itnl : tielr wooden wedding (lifth anniversary) last Friday, and in honor of I lie event several ot ilielr fileuds tend mod them a pleasant sur •r>ii«e pa...

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. — 4 July 1890

8 BY HIS OWN HAND. Snicide of a Prominent Resi dent of Tacoma. R. E Passmore Stabs Himself and Then Cuts His Throat Despondent on Account of Business Troubles and Because His Wife Dis appointed Him. ■pedal Dispatches to The Mousing Oaia. Tacoma, July 3.— R. H. Paisrnore, aged 38 years, son-in-law of P. B. Mann, a grain merchant of Indianapolis, committed sui cide this morning by cutting his throat with a jack-knife, aud died three hours later. Mr?. Passmore and her two daugh ters have been East for several months, and she is supposed to be with her mother. Passmore received a letter yesterday lay ing 'that liis vile could not return until August. Passmore was for seventeen years Cash ier of tiie First Kational Bonk of Milwau kee, lie came to Tacoma a year ago, aud assumed marge of the Security Bank as Cashier. Kumor has it, and it is generally believed, tliat President IJayward of the b.ink, on returning a con pie of weeks ago fr. in an extended trip East, criticised the realty imes...

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. — 5 July 1890

puriwnnTW Looks in sunda y >s £ § nUHKI K I °^antads >: g JLJ f JLiill JJUU I Have yours there X .*' IT IS THE ONLY WANT MEDIUM ! k i ,J'-' VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 6b. SIBERIAN FRONTIER. Russia and China Extending Their Outposts. Annonncement of Ezeta's Succession to the San Salvador Presidency. Formal Notification of the Signing of the Anglo-German Agreement— A Rojal Quarrel. Special Dispatches to The Moknixq Call. St. TETERSBuno, July 4.— The Russian Government, to counteract the plans of China to make Manchuria an outpost against Russia by building railroads and fortresses in that territory and an exten sive colonization scheme, has decided to hasten the construction of the Siberian railway and to strengthen the garrisons in the Amoor and Usuri provinces. The Gov ernment will also establish colonies throughout these provinces, and no Chi nese will be permitted to settle in the ter ritory. THE DAY AISKOAD. American S.fl-men G.v a Concert anl Ear> quel— Art Students. ISebu>',...

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. — 5 July 1890

2 s x I sill if I W.( -^ '■'•■ r> - ■' ; "? V !^J J^ MORE LAURELS FOR LIBERTY. Fatrietie Commemoration of the Anniversary of Her Natal Day Here. QUITE AN IMPRESSIVE PARADE. Literary Exercises Are Held, but the Fireworks Are a Fizzle—Recep tion by the Exempts— The Star- Spangled Banner Is Thrown to the Breeze— Banquets by Clubs. Yesterday was the day which commem orated the one hundred and fourteenth an niversary of American independence, and «5 . such was a holiday throughout the length and breadth of the land. It has come and It l.as gone, and Its his tory has been shelved away amid the archives of the nation, together with the many volumes in which are the records of similar days in the past. In this city during the forenoon there was a parade which was reviewed by tens of thousands of spectators along the line of inarch. In the afternoon, in addition to literary exerci ses at Metropolitan Temple, tl.newasn recall* on the bay, which at tracted large crowds to the waterfront, an...

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. — 5 July 1890

REAL ESTATE. The Dealers Experience Another Dull Week. B;veral Large Tracts fold at Private Sale. Enilding Very Good— Good Prospects Daring the Fall Months. It has been an exceptionally dull week in real estate circles. Not ouly have sales been light, but the prospects for the next two months are not of a very encouraging ÜBture. The market at present is in an anomalous condition: while building is going on at a rate which has never been equaled in this city, prices of real estate have not gone ahead in the least degree. This fact might be explained through the fact that the many i-übstautial build ings which will be erected within the next few months will be built upon land which has long rested in the hands of those who l ropose to do the building. Altogether it may be said it is an off week for real-estate purchases. Notwith standing this various dealers in the suite have asktd who the parlies ate that are be certain reported schemes, but names .cry hard to get at. THB BEST MONTH...

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. — 5 July 1890

THE MORNING CALL , flu a larger circulation than any other uencpaper jmMi-.1i.-cl in Ban Francisco. " PUBLICATION OFFICE: C 25 Montgomery street, near Clay, open iir.Ml 11 o'clock p. M. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 .Market ilriet, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; ;-:!■ linyes street, open until P:::0 o'clock: »H)3 LarkJn street, open until '••-■o olock, and 2513 lltaslon street, open until 9 o'clock p. m. lisi ill! 1 1 ins HATES: TAII V CALL (Including Sundays), $6 per year by trail, postpaid: IS cents per weak, or f>3 cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, flTe copies three 46 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve rages). *1 60 per y».ir. postpaid. SUNDAY CALL m d WEEKLY CALL *'.• 5U per year, postpaid. V J.I.X LI CALL (eight rases), fl 25 per year, post -1 i..v. Clubs of ten (sent to one aclilrtss), $1". 611(I\1. KOXIOK POM UliK SV.HMI;K MONTHS. Subscribers who intend Ruing to the ccuiitry dor ing the summer month; can bar* THE daily call Dialled to them lor a week or long...

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. — 5 July 1890

nt'STNESS CITANCKS. cT:" II I HOTEL FOR SALE— HANDSOMELY iJJ- . '» >' '' 1 . furuished hotel aud cottages across the tii'Y: 60 rooms: magnificent grounds: line location: paying laipuly both Inter and summer: kept by - pieseut owner 17 years: he IS retiring from busi- ness; a Ii m lease at low rent will be given; this Is llr.st class In every respect. Apply to K. KENNY, 22 Kearny St. It ,' "'"(Jj T tfj 1 11 ill CHANCE FOR A MAN WILLING «4i I OKI. to work — Express business for sale; sure sti.iily trade Irom stores, etc.. of $150 tier month, wr. en will betui y secured to ineomliif; man: Is one of tlie very best stands on Market si.: 2 line horses and first-class n«i; yon can have 15 days' trial be- fore buying: owner will remain with you until fully )io>tcd. Apply K. Kl NN V, 22 Kearny st. it V i "-{(HI ''""CERY-STOHE AND BAR FOR <T liJW. sale; Is upon a most prominent corner •. • In the center 0! the city: has handsome flxturesaud tine stock: owner is connected with another...

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. — 5 July 1890

6 PICTURES ON THE WALL A Spanish Girl. -1 , m » LATTICE window, » Moorish room, Am 1 An antique lamp shedding amber light f I On a Spanish girl with glorious eyes, t*/ f * Holding a dlst of soft wool white. A Lantitcnpr. A tiny lake like a mirror Hid ! among Hie pines, A dash of snow on the mountains, A tangle of woodland vines. A rhurr Pltee. Sweet i ond lilies out of the water Holding their faces gentle and fair, Cat-tails nodding, and brown rocks covered VYHIi falry-ilke moss and lualden's-liair. Alone. A solitary pine tree. High on the mountain's crest, Defying the bolts of heaven. Id Us branches an eagle's nest. Grace HIBBARD. CHRISTMAS CHERRIES. Translated from the French for Tiik Cau. ,*»-< T the top of tlie old gray towers of the fe'ifVA chateau of Duras llie screech-owl three X?T^ times repeats Ills sinister complaint, **— and In her great bed Odette shudders. Is It for her that the bird elves warning of death? Musi Hie young girl whose handsome black eyes have not yet s...

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. — 5 July 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Where Homo of Our Society I'eople Are Passing a Vacation. A LOS ANGELES: RECEPTION. Excelsior Lodge Dance— An Engage ment Party on Russ Street— The Wy!!ie-IYla!!ey Wedding in Oak land—Liberty Relief Corps Enter tainment — Levy-Modry Wed ding—Varied Notes. One of the most brilliant Catherines yesterday was in lue San Kafael tennis tournament, full particulars of which will be found elsewhere In this issue of The Call. The ground! at the Hotel Rafael were afterward plctuiesquely lllu . iiutetl, affording a promenade for the partici- V ;it- in the after-dinner hop. Tlie July number of Outing contains an Illus trated aitlcle on "Tennis on the Tactile Coast," \wiiteu by Mr. Charles li. Vales of tee Califor ' ula nub. A party of friends comprising Mr. W. H. Stinsun of tlie Anglo-California Bank, .Mr. Ibowas Marlowe. Mr. A. Thorn, Mr. Earl T. Kerr and Mr. K. G. .lob-on, were agreeably entertained at tlie residence of Mr. William Ken of Santa Cruz last Thursday e...

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. — 5 July 1890

8 THE BICYCLISTS. A Gala Day for Wheelmen at the Garden City. YoDcg Men at Stockton Badly Injured Khile Firing Salutes. Harrow Escape of a Light-Honse Keeper From Death— State Convention of the Union Labor Party. BptcUl Dispatches to The Moexiso Call. Sax Jose, July 4.— Fifteen hundred peo ple attended the races given by the Cali fornia division of the League of American wheelmen at the Park this afternoon. The track was iv good order, though a trifle soft, »nil this, in connection with a fresh breeze, militated against record-breaking, though creditable time was shown. The quarter of a mile dash was won by R. E. Dow of San Jose, C. E. Towusend of Berkeley second. Time, 44. In the one mile safety race for the State ehauipion sh p. K. W. Turner of San Francisco, Charles P. Fonda of San Francisco, J. F. Ives of Alameiia and Thomas 11. Doane of S in Francisco con e^ted, and it was won by Ives, with Doano second. Time, 3:18 M. In the one mile novice race, four trial heats resulted in th...

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