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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 7 July 1890

WAKEMAN'S WANDERINGS. Beauties of Seashore and Land' scape That Always Make Newport Attractive. THE SUM'S MUTTERED THUNDER Roscoe Conkling and the Blizzard. . "Cockloft Hall "—A Brave Cap tain's Noble Sacrifice — Gold Shipments to Europe — Gould's Adventures With Beggar and Tramp. Special Corre«ji.»ndeiice of Tin- __.OB_.INS Call. Xkwpobt (R. I.), June 23, 1890.— are very many lovely spots along the sea In Europe where people idle and bathe. Our own coast has countless witching places for summer en joyment. But alter one has experienced all their delights, I think there ls an excusable longing i.. lie heart to get hack here to noble old New port. lv a former time the commerce of Ibis splendid harbor was but second ln America. _So spot lacing the aggression of Ibe Old World lt so his toilcaily sacred to coastwise thrilling scene and incident. Percy and Clinton, Howe and D*Bs talug, Wallace and Burgoyne, all brought dis may or gladness here, Histoiy, legend audio niaDceol still earlie...

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. — 7 July 1890

8 THE ERRORS WERE COSTLY. A Batting Battle Captured by the Senators. A Fight nt Stockton Arter the Home Team Lost. Selna Assaults Vr. CcnghUn of San Jose, ■Who Umpired the Contest -Eanta Kosa L.ses the Lead. There has never been a doubt as to the superiority of the fielding of the Sacramento team, but the Senators were regarded in many quarters as the weakest hitters in the league. Said one of the ball managers a month ago: "If Sacramento is so anxious to get the pennant she had better secure heavier hitters." Well, the Capital City team is In the lead to-day with the same men who were playing when the season be gan and their hitting lias been one of the principal factors in their victories. The Sacramento players, however, convinced the eoole that attended yesterday's aud Saturday's games that they aie sluggers from Slugcervilte. In the game of Satur day they found Carsey and Meegan for a total of fifteen hits, and yesterday rapped Pitcher Cobb for fourteen safe shots, with a total...

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. — 8 July 1890

[Ff. -_-.■.••"-*•'•"•:•:■:_ _---_•! __...•_>! _-_•. .-JnJ fc: ACTIONS LOUDER THAN WORDS! I _•* _♦ £•' Other papers claim to print the most matter. '.' m The CALL does it ! '•'. i|r, LAST WEEK'S ItECORU: .*. ._« Square Inches of matter ill CALL 2R.451 •*« .'. Square inches of matter In CHRONICLE.. 26,9O I .*« .*. Square incite, or matter In 1.XA..111-. 1.X.. 25.830 .*. 'I] *•>>>>**"'>>>>"-*>".•>>>>>>>>".*>>>>>>"♦-*-■___ VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 38. LONDON EXCITED. The Trouble in the Police Force Increasing. In Inspector Roughly Handled by Rebel lions Constables. I General Strike Threatened — Property In Danger of Destruction by a Mob. Banks Guarded by Clerks. 1 Special Dispatches to The Morning Call. London, July 7.— The agitation among the police force is increasing. The con stable attached to Bow-street Station who was transferred to another divis ion, attempted to make a farewell address to his comrades in the statio...

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. — 8 July 1890

2 POLITICAL GOSSIP. .Record of the Day Anions the Local Slate-Makers. The Struggle to Head the Republican State Ticket— A Last Appeal Made— Euckley to Sit in Judgment. Ex-Senator Phil Crimmins, It is claimed, is actively at work for Waterman, and has entered into a contract to deliver to the Governor the votes of such delegates from ban Francisco to the State Convention as be may be able to control. Whether this is absolutely true or not it is difficult to determine positively, but there can be no doubt that Crimmins is very close to Secretary Boruck and his Gover nor politically, but the stronger probability is that he secretly favors Morrow. The latter, no doubt, is the first choice of tho Federal office-holders, who arc indebted to him lor many favors done, ami Crimmins is wily enough to be in oa the right side. In spite of this, however, the Morrow boom has undoubtedly lost strength of late, and everything indicates that Markham would be the choice of the convention on the first...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 July 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Bohemian Club Representatives Welcomed at Los Angeles. THE SIMPSON LYCEUM FETE. Wedding of Miss Way Bland and Mr. Parker at College Park, San Jose— Parties on Grove and Car oline Streets— Dante Lodge En tertainment—Pacific Coast Wed dings and Other Items. A national entertainment of specially attrac live character was given last evening by tbe Simpson Lyceum, of the Simpson Memorial M. E. Church, In the parlors of the church, at the comer of Hayes and Buchanan streets. Taste ful programmes beat log the national insignia of stars aud stripes, brilliantly colored, in a gold bolder, indicated the patriotic design of the text within the covers. There was a very large audience present soon alter 8 o'clock and the programme commenced by ibe rendition of tbe hymn '-America" by the entire assemblage. Prayer by the pastor, Key. Dr. I . ■■. followed and the business of the lyeeuni was tlit.li quickly transacted. Mr.C. 11. Blinn afterwaid assumed the presiding chair...

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. — 8 July 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL, ¥7 n » Jarcer circulation man any other ccn> |,ui>er piil.iislM.l in S:.n Frauclscu. PUBLICATION OFFICE! 6-'"» wontporacry street, near Clay, open until 11 ■ otioti T. v. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market ■ • ttrett, near hearuy, open until IS o'clock midnight; ::<• Hayes street, open until i:; >; '> o'clock; tiO3 . Jsikin street, open until 8:80 clock, aud 8513 ■ ■ Illsmi i. ttreet, open nntll 9 o'clock r. M. Sl-BSCBIFTION BATES: •' rAiT.v CALL (Including Sundays), $11 per year by ■ml. postpaid: 16 cents per week, or 05 cents per calendar month tliroiißh carriers. DAILY CALL, five '• ' ec]li>iliree months. »li i! 5. SUNDAY CALL (twelve pages .*1 BO pet year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL ait! WEEKLY CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. .V. 1.1-. X 1 CALL (eight pic*a>, *1 25 per year, post laid, Clubs of ten (sent to one adrtrtsa). $10. '..eriXIAL NOTICE FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS. Ful'scrlbers who Intend going to the country clur li f tbe summer months can have Til ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 July 1890

V.l STNFSS CHANCES. '-..,11 PARTNER WANTED 10-DAY— LIGHT JJ_"_.i)U. aud jdeasant Inside wort giving stead] employment; clearing . in to $20 per week to each: sot necessary to understand the busluess; must be ..lllitiu to work ln store and make himself generally useful; -. > night or Sunday -work; business easily learned; will suit any industrious, steady, sober in in. GEO. STEWART. 135 .my st. It 5 |AA COMMISSION BUSINESS; PARTNER JJ) lUU. wanted, with well-known, responsible, financial, business an, of good standing audrepu- tatton: hasa tirst-class trade, clearlnc $200 to $250 per nth, at 1 rapidly growing; absolutely re- quiring more assistance; proters partner to hired help: good man wanted more than mono] can give beef of nine; an exceedingly good business tbat will bear a close Investigation. GEO. STEW- ART, 135 Kearuyst ■_____.-. It Ti ; I. OUT YOUR BUSINESS PROMPTLY for cash go to I. D. BARNARD. 1148 Markets.., bet. Mason and Taylor; established 1859. It* S'l.n.l RESTAURA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 July 1890

6 THE SIN OF IT. BY the hoof or the wild goat up-tossed From the cliff wnere she lay lv the sun tell the stone To the tarn where tin- daylight Is lost; So she tell from tin- light 01 the sun. And alone. Now the rail was ordained from the first, Withlbe goat and the clltt and the tarn, But the stone Knows only her lire is accursed. As she sinks ln the depth 01 the tarn And alone. ©Thou who hast biiililed the world t O Thou who hast lighted the sun ! O Thou who has darkened the tarn I Judge Thou The sin of the stone that was hurled By the emit from the I Isiit or the sun, As she sinks ln the mire or the tarn. Even now, even now, even now I Rri.YAKii Kti'i.iNo, in Chatter. BEATRICE MOLINELI. THE COMMUNIST'S DAUGHTER. BT BRACK IIlltllAItl). Written for Tin: Ho__n__ Call. FfiN a small old-fashioned cottage in the 15 out.skirt of Chicago stern-faced men of If. several nations— men wild with com munistic ideas— bad met. No storm raged about the house, with wind and rain and lightning, to m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 July 1890

SUPERVISORS. The llission-Slreet Survey Again Under Discussion. Another Petition Concerning the Califcrnia- Street Railroad's Iron Work— Protection for Lucks and Other Game. Although the Board of Supervisors could transact no new business last evening owing to the fact of there having been a holiday during the past week, they* yet found a great deal of routine business to dispose of. In the absence of Mayor Pond, Supervisor Boyd presided. Supervisors Bingham and Noble were absent . The following petitions were referred to the proper committees: From P. 11. Burke, administrator of Honora Lewis' estate, representing that he lias obtained a judgment in the Superior Court against ilie city for 51000 and costs, and requesting that the City and County Attorney be instructed cot to appeal the case to the -supreme Court; also thai pro vision be made for the payment thereof. A similar petition from John llistow, in volving a judgment for .5., was also re ceived. -.LECTBIC LIGHTS AT THE TOTEE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 July 1890

8 THE CHAUTAUQUANS. Interest in the Meeting Increas ... ing as It Progresses. Lecture on Horse Mythology and Its Re lation to the Present Religion, Customs and Songs of the Scan dinavians-Story of Siegfried and Bryn bllda—Lectures—Readings. Pacific Grove, July 7, 1690.— Mi5s Anna Cronhjeim Wallberg of Stockholm, Sweden, lectured before the Cbautauquans this morn ing on "Norse Mythology." The lecture ■ was preceded by the singing of Chautauqua songs under the direction of J. J. Morris. Miss Rohlinda M. Kline of San Fraacisco accompanied the singing on the piano. After a prayer by Rev. Dr. Heacock the President, Rev. Dr. Hirst introduced the lecturer. ln 18S7, said she, a statue was erected in Boston in recognition of the fact that the real discoverer of America was a Norseman. When Americans study .Norse mythology they are studying the re ligion of their ancestors. Everywhere in history we discover a tendency to reward heroic actions by terming their heroes gods . and -gods. The nume...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 July 1890

_•>_ ___•___.•! ..♦_* •*•_".•. *•*__♦_ (n__i |S f^CT DIIQY I ™ c * USJ ' season soon v b UE I DUO I I begins. Put your adver- X ifvc^ D 1 CALL and get busy right away. v UtL I DUO I . begins. Put your adver- >.j tisement in the CALL and get busy right away. 'I'A «*. Advertisers all say that **< iS THE CALL BRINGS THE BEST RESULTS ! '■'.'■ r* -:..__ __♦:•:_ _._♦:_ .♦:,♦:_ ._•:♦: __...•§ VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 39. CALLED ON BISMARCK Riflemen Entertained by the Ex-Chancellor. Discovery ol a Few Propulsive Agent by a French Scientist. _ lob Gives Battle to the London Mounted Police— Warlike Preparations In Central America, Special Dispatcher to The Mornixo C ._._» Berlin. July B.— The Independent New York Shooting Corps, in full uniform, paid a visit to Bismarck to-day. William Weber expressed the thanks of the party for the privilege given them of visiting the great man to whom Germany owed her unity. Bismarck expressed pleasure at the visit and said he had always striven to mainta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 July 1890

2 GETTING INTO LINE. Politicians Arraying Their Forces for the Fray. Republicans Will Enforce the Porter Primary Law - Euckley at His Old Trick.. Cab Meetings. The Executive Committee of the Republi can County Committee, at its meeting on Monday evening, decided that the primary elections for delegates to all conventions must be held in strict accordance with the provisions of the Porter primary law. Under this the polls will bo required to be open from 7 o'clock in the morning till 5 o'clock in the afternoon, and as any devia tion from the requirements of the law, no matter how unimportant, will render legal interference impossible, great care will need to be exercised. The County Committeemen say, however, that the election will follow the strict letter of the law, and any attempt at fraud or trickery will be summarily dealt with. They claim that any repetition of the disgraceful scenes of two years ago must be avoided at nil hazards, and every means will be em ployed to prevent d...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 July 1890

MISCELLANEOUS. -____-_.._-,- GREAT _ t SCHEMERS ! 1 1 ' Some people say we are great schemers, because we're doing such an ENOR- -1 MOUS BUSINESS right after the holiday season, when business is generally ! supposed to be dull. It's not scheming, gentlemen, but .it's \ A LUES— such ones ! that 're seldom if ever, offered before to the CLOTHING BUYING PEOPLE. I WHEN YOU CAN BUT SUITS always sold by us for §15, $18 and 820, and j get 'em now for ; - ■- S l O.OO l . 1 ' — ; That ain't scheming; it's a stern determination on onr part to closejout the | bal- I ance of our Spring and Summer goods— even though we stand a loss. f if we give you the privilege of walking into our house and taking your pick S of a grand line oi Sacks, Cutaways and Frocks, In every known color and style— J some of 'em are 8. 822 60, and most of 'em are 828 suits— for the beggarly price of * I ll _____ 1 $13.50 i, I :' ! — __ ■ — — * § That isn't ccheming. Of course in one way we lose, but we have the satisfacti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 July 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Ha* a larger circulation than any other Eewapaper puMlslifd In San Francisco. PUBLICATION OFFICE: ■ 625'Bontgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 . . < -rloik P. M. BBASOB OFFICES: 710 Market ftnst, near Kean.y, open until 13 o'clock midnight; ;:!■ Hayes street, open until 8:30 o'clock: 603 Lai kin. street, open until 9:30 o'lock, ana 2518 ' £ll&*ion street, open until 0 o'clock p. m. St liSt !iII'TIO> hates : TAUT CALL (Including Sundays), $8 per year by tin il. postpaid: IS rents per week, or 65 cents per ■ c»lei:ii.ir month through carriers. DAILY CALL, lire €i| it - ;1 r.T months. $6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve . r»£es), *1 SO per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL si d WEEKLY . CALL $2 50 per year, postpaid. V ££KLY CALL (eight pages), »1 25 per year, post ik.u. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), *10. SPECIAL NOTICE FOII THE SU3IMER MONTHS. Subscribers who intend going to the country dur .. lrp the summer months can have THE DAILY CALL ■ mailed to them for ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 July 1890

BI'SrSESS CHANCE. HAVING BUYERS WILLING TO INVEST IN XI some reliable business, those desiring to sell promptly apply to W. V. HEALY. 1004 Market, It* l ,'|iil GREAT BARGAIN: FRUIT AND «JUUU. produce store. Western Addition; one of the best cor. stands in the city : doing a trade of $25 per day: 2 horses, wagon, eta ; living-rooms; cheap rent. W. F. HEALY, 1004 Market St.' it* Q I I ll If I GRAND CHANCE FOR STEADY' MAN (JlUl/U.as partner In first-class coffee, ice-cream ami iter purlers; will be required to attend cash- counter, etc.; doing large busiuess; right party will be allowed to try business. Apply W. _'. Hl-'.LY 1004 Market St. It* <*._ _ 1 PARTNER WANTED; STEADY. RELI- _, ivrcr. able man to assist In running h -class business that requires the assistance of an active working partner. Vi. F. HEALY, 1004 Market. It* Ct'.fWl M A RRET ST. SALOON FOR SALE: DO- .J-d ,'v. Ing No. 1 business: flue stock of liquors, etc. Apply W. F. HEALY, 1001 Market st It* ITIO SELL OUT YOCR B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 July 1890

6 TO CELIA. *"V~" * OW can I cast the horoscope, l- _ Dear heart, of my most cherished hope, I M I! Unit those star . thine eyes from me I* li Are veiled to persistently? v OH, prithee, let thy servant loot, Just once into ims fortune book: And from ilio-e starry depths inter . The fate of an astrologer. Whose cruel BUS 'Us to divine bile not a star does on him shine, —St. James Gazette. A BUNCH OF KEYS. J OST— ON THURSDAY EVENING, PROBABLY _in Cbureb lane, a bunch of keys. Whoever mil brine the same to Willow Cottage, Marcbland, .•bail receive _ reward. _|T*iHE above notice, printed in large *?J' type, was exhibited in several of the .J-tyJ shops in the High street in the little town of Foreliam, and as Nigel Greenly sauntered through the place one sunny afternoon, stopping here and there, now to look at some fishing tackle, then to glance at a view of Marchlands', church dis played in the stationer's bow-window, he caught sight of the announcement concern ing the bunch of keys. Bu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 July 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Fifteenth Anniversary Parly of California Parlor, K. S. G. W. IATE NOTES FROM BOULDER. A Niles Canyon Private Picnic— Sullivan Party— Tennis in Oak land—The Beaver Lodge Enter tainment—Party on Bryant Street - Brief Notes of Prominent So cial Incidents. F.laboraie Invitations, beating (in embossed entallon in miniature of the order's br,u uer, announced the holding of the fifteenth anni versary part; of California Bailor, No. 1, N. 8. U. _ The parly duly came off last evening at Odd Fellows' Hall, and was In all respects a worthy celebration of the occasion. Dancing commenced soon after 8:3.) o'clock io u.e music of the Golden West orchestra. Some 500 guests were In attendance and the giand march, led by Mr. Arthur Klump, was a 1 ictty sight. All the gentlemen were iv evening tilicss and Hie ladies appeared iv their daintiest gowns to do honor to the event. An admired feature was the intaglio "bear" banner executed iv ted aud gold on the programme cover. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 9 July 1890

8 DOUBLE TRAGEDY. -_' & Portland Attorney Shot and Killed. ; lie Borderer Commits Suicide by Catting His Throat fork on the Paine Break In the Tolo Leiee — Arrest of an Absconding' Bank Cashier at Seattle. Special Dispatches to The Moen-ixo Cali. Portland, July B.— Charles H. Hewitt, a well-known attorney of this city, was shot and killed at Sellwood to day by Charles Belgarde, proprietor of the St. Charles Hotel at Sellwood. Belgarde, after the shooting, committed suicide by cutting his throat from ear to ear with a razor. The immediate cause of the shooting can not be learned, as the men were alone when the quarrel occurred. It is supposed, how ever, to have grown out of a divorce suit now rootling between Belgarde and his wife, who was represented by Hewitt. Last night the two men wero drinking to gether in Clayton's saloon, opposite Bel garde's hotel, and both are said to have been under the influence of liquor. About 11 o'clock Belgarde, who was living alone, prevailed on H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 July 1890

. jiff" ',',',"-'•''•*.'•'*'•''•* ♦l*l*l*~*l*l*C*l*-*I*I*~*I»~*I*I*I*I*I*I*"'I Sl -WT""; IN TOUCH! " 1 a • mHE FACT THAT THE CALL PUBLISHES 13 : IN_TOUCH! I mHE FACT THAT THE CALL PUBLISHES [8 g I THE MOST WANT ADS SHOWS THAT ,*. U> X IT IS IN TOUCH WITH THE PEOPLE. IB] Jt*J It is The Only Want Medium! [/. |^»>l«>>>>X*lC' t >lCO>trX»lO>'»>lO>>>>>;«"a ! plj VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 40. SLANDEROUS WORK. A Search for Mrs. Mackay's Calumniators. London's Letter-Carriers and Postal Clerks Go on a Short Strike. A Countess Arrested for the Murder of Her Child— The Financial Situation in South America. Special Dispatches to The Moaxifffo Cam. London, July 9.— Johnson, Budd & Johnson, solicitor?, have inserted in the London papers an advertisement offering a reward or £200 to the person supplying evidence that will lead to the conviction of the persons i:i England who are circulating slanderous nports concerning Mrs. J. W. Maekay and her family. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 July 1890

2 SPARRED IN PEACE. So Police Interference at the California Club. Cciin'.iflo Glove Coatesti— President Fulda'i Speech en th? Club's Future— The . ■Wrestling-Match. The anxiously awaited exhibition of the California Athletic Club that was suprrosed by many to turn out to be a test of the ac tual powers of the authorities to stop any or all boxing contests was given last even . ing in the rooms on New Montgomery and Howard streets. Although no less than three different pairs of boxers gave exhibitions right under the nose of Police Captain Short, no inter ference by the authorities took place. At 8:00 o'clock, when word was given for the entertainment to commence, there were not over 200 people in the hall, though, as the ii^tir advanced and no discomfited box . er. 5 , Directors or spectators were noticed be ing hauled eff to the Southern Police. Sta tion, the attendance increased, more mem bers dropping in until there were probably 400 persons all told in the hall. All the Directo...

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