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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 July 1890

lj FIGURES TALK! If M ennn WAXTADS IX TRE\ Many more than V X 5 VOX CALL LAST WEEK, j %*&«?«' 8 fC'l tWIT IS THE ONLY WANT MEDIUM ! «=EB * rot : : K& .§3 ■>>>r , X''i''.''i' > r''>>>i' > iT' > ic , 'T»>io>>>>i«>>i''i.<'|^ VOL. LXVIII.-NO. 36. A STORM BREWING IN THE BALKANS. Emperor William Takes the In itiative in Advising the Porte How to Act. RUSSIA'S INDEMNITY CLAIM. Greece and Servia Add to the Com plications — Watching for a Chance to Start a Revolt— The Ex - Chancellor's Reasons for Abandoning His Trip to En gland-He Will not Enter the Reichstag. CO] fright, ISSO, by the New YorK Associated. Tress. Bkklin, July s.— There are growing •igus of an impending storm In the Bal kans. The situation is so grave that holi day vacations of the leading officials of the Foreign Office have been stopped. A momentous change appears to have oc curred in Germany's diplomacy. Instead ' of assuming the semi-neutral disposition of Prince ...

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. — 6 July 1890

2 "'TIS TRUE, 'TIS PITY; PITY 'TIS, 'TIS TRUE." -+A + BIT + OF* FREE + ADVERTISING I** J. FLA^UST A, CO. We believe, if correctly reported, the SALTATION ARMY will pray before the open doors of the following Clothing Shops, which, in defiance of decency and public feeling, persist in continuing their business during the Sabbath day, Tlfm At the clothing shop known as the Hub, which remains open on Sundays, ii \\mM I I ■§ At the shop known as the Chicago Clothing Co., which remains open on Sundays. %3 ■■-1 £ I At Raphael's clothing shop, which remains open on Sundays. We hope when this unbusinesslike custom is thus publicly reprimanded the perpetrators of the vile outrage on business morals will be compelled to follow the custom of all respectable merchants and close their doors on the Sabbath. •* y i? MI Iff AVIW Up -FU clothiers ' Hatters and Furnishers for the Human Race, M %LW\m\\ A IUI-HS^ IB mm\lAm %twm p^^^w!-fIM no $ Tfl qqq MADI/ET OTDCCT TUDniIPU Tfl Cl 1 1^ cliuiSl^neslolc...

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. — 6 July 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. THE FIELD OF SPORT. An Eventful Week for the Slog- ging Clubs. Campbell Winner of the Sheffield Handicap. A Lull After Friday's Storm of Athletic Events. il^l'K^LL those interested in general ath- Mv letic sports and pastimes have had •liNSi' ample opportunity during the week to fully satisfy their individual special fancies. With the exception of a sanguinary and fatal slogging match to a finish, every prominent sport could have been witnessed on the Fourth, and he who was not pleased must have in deed been hard to satisfy. Such full and detailed accounts of last Friday's games were given in 'I'm: Call yesterday that there is nothing to be added. After a storm theie always comes a lull, and from now on for some little time there will be a season of quietness in athletic circles, outside of the club boxing exhibitions. The California Athletic Club is said to bare decided to be the one to bell the cat ami test the power of the municipal and State authorities in stoppi...

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. — 6 July 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Has a lareer circulation than any other newspaper published In San Francisco. PUBLICATION OFFICE : 625 Montgomery street, near Clay, open nnttl 11 o'clock r. v. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market street, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; MS Haves street", open until 9:30 o'clock; 603 tariin street, open until 9:30 Clock, ana 2518 alisslcu street, open until 9 o'clock r. M. siitscr.n'Tiox KATES: daily (ALL (including (Sundays), »8 per year by jrsil. postpaid: It rents per week, or 65 cents per calendar mouth through carriers. DAILY CALL, five copies three months. $6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve rages), *1 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL and WEEKLY CALL S2 50 per year, postpaid. Y\ ILL LV CALL (eight pages). *1 25 per year, post la id. Clubs of ten (sent to one address). tld. .' SPECIAL NOTICE KI»K THE SIMMER MONTHS. Subscribers who intend going to the country dur ing the summer months can have THE DAILY CALL mailed to them for a week or longer at regular sub si ri...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 July 1890

CITY KF.AI. ESTATE. viJII (inn CORNER TURK AND I.EAVES- •iJI'iv.VIUv. worth; two 2-story bav-wlndow houses and lot; 37:6x87:6. G. H. CMHSEN A- CO., 14 Montgomery st. Jyt) SuTuTh 3t "ciCAAA California ST., nr. WEBSTER ; I'l'W. elegant bay-window res. deuce of 8 rooms and bath: laundry: brick foundations: stone sidewalks, etc.; lot 26:6x137:6. G. 11. DMBSEN A CO.. 14 Montgomery st JyO SuTuTh 3t COA||(T OAK ST.. NR. COUGH; 2 BAY-WIN- CO"""' (low bouses or 6 rooms and bath each ; brick foundation, laundry, etc.; lot 27:6x70: rents •Wo. (".. H. CMP.SEN A- CO., 14 Mol.tg >.'! st: I ill 3 QCAAA POWELL, NIL BROADWAY; bay- 111!!!, window house of 11 roouis and bain; brick nidations, etc.: lot 22x0.".. G. H. 1 MhsiCN A Co.. 14 Montgomery st. ]y6 SiiTuTb 3t livJlfin GREEN ST., NEAR SCOTT: 81x C-J-xn'w. 137:6. G. 11. UMBSEN A CO., 14 Montgomery st. Jyfl SnTnThSt Cl T-I.ML LOT ON SITTERS! Nl. '. I: PIERCE: O I SOX). 55x137:6. ii. H. DMBSEN" * CO.. 11 Montgomery st. j. o SuTnTh 3t •4l.*7*'e°.n...

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. — 6 July 1890

6 •HOUSES TO LET. *vvl"NT^T]7nU-n$T*T, XX. VALENCIA; FUR- X nlshcd; 8 rooms; bath; $60. Guerrero st.. nr. Seventeenth, and Twenty- second, ur. Guerrero-Choke flats In course of con- • struction. 70s Capp St.— 9 rooms; bath: $35. 2726 Mission St.— 9 rooms: bath; »30. 2422 Mission St.— Flat; .*. rooms; bath; $19. jMU Natoma St.— Flat; 7 rooms; $16. 1709 Stevenson— 3 rooms; $11. 290 Twentv-sccond St.— Flat: 3 rooms; $11, W. 11. CKIM A- CO., 428 Montgomery st It. ''_ ROOSIS AND HATH; BASEMENT. 7 GER- -4 mania, bet. Webster and Fillmore, ]y6 3t» «_»•-_'_> F,fi SUNNY BAY-WINDOW HOUSE, 6 «J> OS , OX) . rooms, alcove ; modern Improvements, Fillmore, bet. Sutter and Post; cable, . Jy6 3t* 5 VASSAK PLACE, BET. SECOND AND THIRD, Harrison anil Bryant; 7 rooms, bath; modern im- provements; $26. Apply on premises; key No. 9.6 2* rpo UPPER PART OF HOUSE; 4 ROOMS. 1118 Harrison st. Jy6 2t* HOI 4 ROOMS. 611 CASTRO, NEAR NlNE- tee-ith. ; It* 1 999 A TWENTY-SECOND ST.; 5 SUNNY ISSS rooms, bath; ...

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. — 6 July 1890

FOUR HOURS OF HASHEESH. Jules Claret ie Gives His Experi ence Willi (lie Oriental Narcotic. - .■*■.*.* .-■; ' L EFFECT ON FOUR PARISIANS. ■ .Varied Hallucinations Produced by the Green Drug— The Effect of Music— A Man Who Wished to r Fly Hysterical Mirth and Strange Convictions— Suffering and Syncope- After Effects. Written for Till Sunday C -IX. 1 __'"W"' should never let an opportunity ft it 15 to see or learn something new es tif, iipS cape us. That is the most certain _X way to get rid of oit illusions, I took |"i hasheesh day before yesterday. One of my friend?, who had just returned from Al gcii.i, had brought back with him a few cakes of that species of sweetmeat which the Arabs call madjound. Sweetmeat, no; it is butter, a kind of rancid and greenish butter, or rather a paste, a pomade with a disagreeable odor. A few grammes of hasheesh, and suddenly, they say, infinity , lens, the unknown reveals Itself, the fan tastic becomes real and the imaginary Alhambras are peopled wi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 July 1890

8 SOCIAL EVENTS The Brilliant Celebration Ball Given Friday at Del Monte. TKTJMBO FAEEWELL DINNER. Marriage of Mr. E. Ford and Miss Oakley at New York— Party on Larkin Street — Russell -Ellis Wedding — An Italian Concert. Notes of Weddings and Interest ing Events on the Coast. An interesting marriage In New York, on the 10th tilt., was thai or Mr. Austin E. Ford, editor of the New York Freeman's Journal, and for merly ot Sau Frauciseo, and Miss Annie S. Oak ley, daughter or the late Samuel Oakley of this elty. The ceremony was peiformed by Kight Key. John Loughliu. D.D., Bishop of Brooklyn. N. V., licv. M. J. Lufius, rector of the Cathedral of St. John tins Haul Ist, assisting. Tbe nuptial mass was aiteuded by the Immediate relatives of tbe contracting parties ouly. The Iruiiibo Dinner. Colonel and Mrs. Isaac Tiumbo charmingly enleitai ned a number of friends at dinner ou Thursday evening in honor of General and Mrs. James S. Claiksun. The scene of their hospi tality was the Malson ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 July 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. A TALK ABOUT HARD MONEY. Senator Teller Explains Some of the Technicalities of the Silver Problem. PRIMARY PRINCIPLES INVOLVED. Bimetallism, Monometallism and the Ratio Between Gold and Silver. A Brief Review of Silver Legisla rm tion. (SWENATE CHAMBER, July 1, !1890. sj~*^ Since the present agitation of the \2_iJ_' silver question, so called, began in Congress I have received many inquiries which convince me that while there is a general desire among the people for in formation on the subject and a general feel ing of friendliness toward the proposed re >!nrm, ninny are ignorant not only of the primary principles involved, but are even uninformed as to the meaning of the terms employed in speaking on the subject. It bas been suggested to me that a plain defini tion of some of the terms most frequently used in the discussion of the questiou of bimetallism, and a brief statement as to ihe elementary principles involved would be of service to a large proportion of t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 July 1890

10 WIFE TO JOHN HAYWARD; __B______l____-i'_-iai'ai | i w i union nil tf iii, llm i mi ni 'i_______________________ LIFE AND DEATH IN A CIRCUS. WRITTEN FOR THE SUNDAY CALL BY AhIYE READE, NIECE OF THE LATE CHARLES READE. Editor of The Oill: 1 hive written only tbe until, although I bave not written all the truth. I have toned down rather than "heightened my colors. No touch has been placed on tlie canvas for mere effect. If the reader Bball shed one tear in sympathy for the suffering of little Ruby, or smile with grateful thoughts for the kindness of Vie, learu a lasting haired lor the brutality of sucb as Siguor Eurico, theu I shall have created an Interest in the cause of the oppressed and unprotected— an Interest which may ultimately crush out forever the agony and d gradation suffered in the preparation of pleas ure for Ibe people. A. R. CHAPIEK I. SHE CHOICE WHICH JOHN II.YW.U_D MADE. Cynthia Dawson, the farmer's only daughter, wassnuck by the beauty of Hie early autumn day, and...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 July 1890

* ' ~^L'<L^;\.r< ' ■ ■■' r J The Eighth Baldwin Season Be gins With Palmer's Company. QUEENSLAND "CAPTAIN SWIFT." "The City Directory "—Mr. Curtis' New Play Coming— My Best Friend "— Strauss' "Indigo." "Prince and Pauper" — Planel's Movements — Morocco's — Jot tings — The Musical World Abroad — De Vivo's New Star. Is Langtry Sick or Well? The eighth season of the Baldwin under the Il.i m an management will begin to-morrow even ing with splendid eclat, graced by the presence of tie Palmer players in a new piece. Haddon Chambers' "Captain Swill," the place of action, while written by aD Australian author and carry ing a colonial interest, being in Loudon. Cham bers has of late come pretty well to the front as a writer for the stage. Besides the present play he has already launched another, oilglnally called '•The Banquet." now rechristeiied " 1 lie Idler," which Daniel Frohnian has arranged to control In the United States. "Captain -swift," as we Maurice Barrymore, gather from t...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 July 1890

12 SYSTEM AND SENSE IN PHYSICAL EXERCISE. With These and Some Bather Tiresome Work Yon Can Add Twenty Tears to Tour Life. BUT NO LIQUORS. MIND YOU! " Frank Girard's Experience in Thirty Years of Athletics — How He Made His Son One of the Strongest Men Alive. tWtix TOTJKG man of athletic build, loud at «|c-*IV Hie and offensive msnners faced a tfvly' middle-aged, well-rounded gentleman, *_**_. who looked like a prosneious banker, In a street-car a few mornings ago. Durlni; the trip the young man made himself so disagreeable to a lady who sat next to him that the banker offered her his seat In exchange tor her own. nis offer was gratefully accented. After the uannfer was made the younger man proceeded to make it as unpleasant as possible for his elderly companion. He crowded him with bis knees, nudged htm with bis elbows and Anally trampled viciously upon bis toes with his heel. All of this persecution the banker bore wttbont wincing. After the Journey was over he clasped the young ma...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 July 1890

A ROMANCE OF RUSSIA AND SIBERIA, By Prince Josef Lubomirski, Author of " Safar-Hadji, a Story of Turkistan," etc. COPYRIGHT MHO, by meta DE yeme. __W*/_T the beginning of the conflict, or rather | f/.<i g, at the anlval of the coach with its escort T*ll 'of t'lissack", a woman had left the house A\\a" and looked curiously through the open window at the new-comets. This was tbe widow of ibe Captain ot gendarmes of Irkutsk. When the exiles had reached the house she had fled with ibe official and hid behind some rocks. Now, when she found that the rebels weie 100 busy with their own escape, she quietly left bet hiding-place, approached the house from the ilversid , • and slopped below the window. Thus she could see everything that hap pened inside. She mustered Hie travel ers, then laUKlied out aloud and ran as fast as she could to the little barn, in which a mass of oats and straw was stored ; away. She took litem, buudlo after bundle, and j piled them up at the side of the house. ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 July 1890

14 A DAY'S WORK AT WEST POINT. Daily Routine at the Academy Described by a First Class man of 1890. y - REALITIES OF MILITARY LIFE. . '■ The Boys Have to Turn Out at 5:45 O'Clock in the Morning and Work, With Short inter missions, Until 10:30 — The "Scratch Days" and "Snap Days"— A Hard Life. EpeeM Correspondence or Tiik Si'ndat Call. j£.*.FJASHIXGTO>*. June 80, 1890. --(1 n/5 Scores of boys in every State have t_y_U_--H their eyes turned toward West Point. There is a glamor about the acad • emy attractive to all bright youths. Every ••''• ' boy at some time or other lias the military fever. It is shown in building snow forte ■ and snow-balling contests at school. Thousands of boys get this fever by read ing the exploits of Alexander, Hannibal, ( .. -ar, Gustavus Adolphus, Frederick the Great, Napoleon and other great command ers. In studying the careers of Scott, Zachary Taylor. Grant, Lee, Sherman, Sheridan and other great American sol diers their minds are turned toward West P...

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. — 7 July 1890

: I W^ RESULTS, NOT TALK, " J| j. v j Si Convince advertisers which is the best me- V 0 H dium. The following figures show how they _ f. are convinced : ,♦,■ i ES Inches or ads. lv Sunday's CA1X......'..... 85« _ .'. Inches or ails, ln Sunday's _IIto.\ICLE 810 _ JT^ Inches or ails, in Sunday's EXAHIN, 15 758 .-, !••• 1 jpfc •-.-•_'- --♦_»* , --______ «X __«X^g*^|jfi|] VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 37. CHINESE EXCLUSION Mongolian Threats of Re taliation. Declarations of the Chinese Minister at Hew York. Fife Little Yicllms of t_ Powder Ex plosion at Industry— Disastrous ■ Fire— Foul Play. Special Dispatches to The Mobni.vg Call. New York, July 6.— The Chinese Min ister to the United States, Spain aod Por tugal, Tsui Kwo Yin, arrived from France to-day and started for Washington in the afternoon. Tsui returns to America to watch the working of the Chinese Exclu sion Act and the recent law passed in California. Through his Secretary he said that China has not a very great feeling of affection for ...

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. — 7 July 1890

2 CONSECRATED. Dedication Ceremonies at St. nines Clint -eh. Sermon by Archbiskop Eir.rdon— A Fine Church Edifice Opened to the Tarishioners. Sacred Music. The recently constructed S» James Church, on the corner of Twenty-third and Guerrero streets, was solemnly dedicated yesterday morning by Archbishop Riordan. The services commenced at 10:15 o'clock, with the formation of the procession of the Archbishop, assisting priests and acolytes at the altar. The procession moved slowly from the altar around the building to the front en trance, where the first part of the dedicatory ceremonies was held, and the doors were blessed by the Archbishop. Returning up tho aisle to the altar an other stop was made to bless it and the sacristy and to plant the cross of Christ therein. Theu the clergy proceeded com pletely around the church in the interior, while with the aspergus the walls were blessed. The procession was lead by an acolyte bearing aloft a golden cross and followed by twenty other b...

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. — 7 July 1890

MISCELL ANEOT3 S. ___ „_____-__- WEFOUI jf OUT THAT IT PATS BEST TO BEAU WITH TnE PEOPLE IX A PLAIN, $ BLUNT, STRAIGHTFORWARD MANNER In doing so you deceive none s ! and are sure to please all. Tn be plain with ye", we have arrived at 'the -Conclu- ■ion that IT'S BEST FOR US TO CLOSE OUT THE BALANCE OF OUR SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK RIGHT NOW, even though we do entail a § ' loss. it's better than carrying over goods from one season to another, bo, gen- g i tlemen, here goes for A MIGHTY BARGAIN SALE. We 11 name prices that 11 j. 3 make the Kearnv and Market street shoddy rodents hide in their holes and stay j there, as our prices will have the same effect upou them as ROUGH O.N RAIS has on their superior animal. *" I BEGINNING TO-DAY! ! We extend you the privilege of stooping into our house and taking your pick of I j any of our Sl5 Suits (and there 're hundreds of pretty ones' for the almost nothing I 3 j price of '* I , . — — i ! $ 1 0.00 1 j Gentlemen, no matter how seemingly severe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 7 July 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Has a larger circulation than any other newspaper yul>li>lifil In San Francisco. rITHLICATION OFFICE: 625 Montgomery street, near Clay, open tiptll 11 v flock P. M. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market »treet,near Keaniy, open until 12 o'clock midnight: «S9 Hayes street, open until 9:SO o'clock-. 803 Larkin street, open until 8:30 Clock, sad 2518 kils&ioa itreet. open until 9 o'clock p. *. Sli:sci:iriioN rates: rATi.T CALL (including Sunday), 96 per year by mall, postpaid: IS cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, live cepicf. three months. $6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve rages). SI 50 par year, postpaid. SUNDAY call ai.d wilkl.Y CALL $2 50 per year, postpaid. v EEKLT CALL (eight pages), *1 -5 per year, post lii.ii. liubs ten (sent to o»i-ii.!.!n»«', »IU. BPECIAX NOTICE FOB THE BIJMMEB MONTHS. Eufcscribers who intend going to the country dur ing ibr summer motittjs can bare THE DAILY CALL ■nulled to them for a week or longer at reg...

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. — 7 July 1890

r.ISINESS CHANCES. ''(111 "R" 1 FRY-STORE AND BAR FOR if ii)t-'U. sate: is upon a most prominent corner in the center or the city: has handsome fixturcsand fine stock; owner is connected with another busi- ness outside of the city and has to depend solely on hired help Tor this store: this is an opening seldom offered. Apply K. KENNY'. 22 Kearny st. It CIGAR AND CANDY STORE, WITH 3 LIVING . rooms; very cheap; good location; rent $17. Apply 504 Fourth St. Jy7 -jt* Q'J'vf. BAKERY. CANDY AND VARIETY •- —'"■'• store: 5 rms; rent $25. _ -. ) 1 1 .. Ninth. 7 3* E~~ I.STAURANT; ACCOUNT DEPARTURE: NO reasonable offer refused. 219 Third st. Jy7 7t« STATIONERY STORE; FURNISHED ROOMS in i oar; doing a splendid business: proprietor com- pell-d to go East. Call early lIS Taylor st. Jr7 31* Bt ARD'.NG-11-ICSE AND SALOON FOR SALE; on city front: any reasonable offer taken. An- ]i]y 123 Jackson st i\7 3t* li'l^fl CHOP-HOUSE: 1149 MARKET: FOR- V —'--"• nished rooms; rent $25; leaving clty.7 7* PARTN...

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. — 7 July 1890

6 EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. A Reriew of Late Festivities at Leading Summer Resorts. PASTIES TO TAKE PLACE. — How a Circle From the Central M. E. Church Celebrated the Fourth. Surprise Party on Gough Street. The Fontana-Wilson Wedding. Biven Celebration in Oakland. Blethen Luncheon. Tbe event or the week at Monterey was of course the ball on the evening of the Fourth. ■ Colonel Shatter and bis officers had arrived, and lie paraues, "guard-mournings, etc., at the - camp near the holel afforded much Interest. The •art polo game proposed by Mr. James Brett Stokes for Friday morning had lo be abandoned, owing to unfavorable conditions. From now on Del Monte will be a brilliant center ot fashiona ble life, and many entertainments, Including a tennis tournament, are looining upon the boil zon. A pleasant surprise dinner-party was given by Mrs. J. B. Schroeder last Wednesday at her home In Redwood City. A number of people from San Francisco went down for the event, which was in honor ol M...

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