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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 12 July 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Entertainment, at Del Monte, Santa Cruz and San l-.ifiie.. AN INFORMAL COTILLON. The Sons of Vermont Hold Their Monthly Meeting A Compli mentary Dance at San Jose. Washington Camp Entertainment. The Whalley-Milier Wedding. *A Picnic Party— Brief Notes. A delightful impromptu german was given on Thursday evening in the ball-ioom at Del Monte by ilie oilicers camping at Monterey. Ti.i'ie were three .gores: lie "Grand Bight and Lett,, the "Siar" and a military ligure, "The Platoons." They were led by Miss Virginia llancbeile and Lieutenant S. L. Falson, U. ... A. Those taking part weie: Miss Becbt, Mr. Mil ton S. Lalbam, Mr. and. Mrs. I*. W. Churchill, Miss Lena 1 landing, Dr. Hairy L* Tevis, Miss Jennie Blair, Mr. alter Dean. Lieutenant K. A. Brown, U. S. A., Mr*. 'Wood, Miss Llllle (".Con uor, Mr. Abrams, Lieutenant Covington, Miss Hoy t. Miss Cecelia Miles, Lieutenant Sidney A. Cloman. Mr. and Mrs. Hancock. The latest music was provided by Noah Brandt's O...

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. — 12 July 1890

8 AMONG THE MASSES. An Interesting Lecture Before the Chautauquans. Satisfactory Progress Kale by tlie Vari ous Classes. A Desperate Struggle on the Gallows— Vain Attempt ot a Murderer to Escape , Banging. Special Dispatches to The Mobning _____ ; Pacific Grove, July 11. — The sub ject of the lecture by Colonel Bain this morning was, "Among the Masses; or Traits cl Human Character." He spoke of the great effect which the circumstances of early life exert on the character and opinions of nun. lie said such progress had been mado in his own State— Kentucky —that II Henry Clay were living there now he could not be elected to any office, as he once fought a duel, and the law there now prohibits a duelist from holding office. Speaking of the civil war, he said that, after the lapse if twenty-five years, lie did not know of a man In Kentucky who would bring slavery back if he could. lie re ferred to the magnanimity of General Grant toward the Confederate soldiers after the war, and said t...

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. — 13 July 1890

6332 Want ads in the CALL last week. An excess over any other city paper of nearly JO PER CENT! VOL. LXVIII.-NO. 43. HENRY M. STANLEY AND HIS BRIDE The Marriage of the Explorer to Hiss Tennant Solemnized at Westminster Abbey. THE FAMOUS CHURCH CROWDED. The Groom a Very Sick but Deter mined Man— The Bride and Her Attire— The Dean of Westmins ter and These Who Assisted in the Services— Prominent Guests. The Honeymoon. Special to Tuk SrN-DiY Cam. Lostjox, July 12.— 1t was pleasing to many Londoners tliat tlie nuptials of the bero cl the hour had all the eclat of a pub lic pageant With the scene of the cere mony in Westminster Abbey, the con ductor? of the gnrviee— three high digni taries of the church— and the splendid music which Dr. Bridpe and his choir can pro vide, the event proved a lining culniiDa tiou to the great functions and splendid feats of which the explorer has been the hero. It was but a privileged number that crowded the venerable edifice and enjoyed the splendid scene....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 July 1890

2 THE LITERARY FEAST OF REASON. Chautauquahs Still Holding Their Annual Session at Pacific Grove. INTERESTING PAPERS READ. Delighted Audiences Listen to Disqui sitions on Various Topics—Bio graphical Sketches of President Hirst, Secretary Field and Gen eral Manager Filben. Pacific Gkovk, July 18.— Florence win lams has delivered before Hie Cbautauqua As sembly tlnee lectures of a high order. The last cue related to tbe life and character of Virgil mid Hie condition of the Koinan people of his day. rue relations between Virgil and his associ ates indicate that he was a most brotherly man. lie lived In an age which was famous for noth ing so luuch as for the number of literary men, and we aie In possession of a great many facts concerning his daily life. Virgil was neither great, powerful nor rich; lie had nothing to tecoiumend him to his associates except his er eoual qualities. The events of his life were not Inilioitiiut. He was born In Mantua. He was just a country gentleman— gent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 July 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. H:;;;::::«,! inslill i* wear Incomparable Attractions in Seasonable Dry Goods ! WashDr ! ssGo * _ Blankets! CORSET DEPARTMEN I riiiRTAiMQ? soodozen m blel?bjSdamask des. VjUl\u£il l/EllMllllElFll PIIRTAIWQ! 500 dozen 3-4 BLEACHED DAMASK DIN- Atl With this offering we begin the SECOND WEEK 1 In directing attention to these items we wish to v/wninnigi ncrj apkixs^ E ooa heavy fabric. m -ta^iJ^nSi2S?i^o?-BSd At 5,. 2 5. OF OUK GREAT SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE, impress upon all who have not yet attended the sale — C " C shades, fun finished, specially imported 20 i^SSfJ^jiJSSSS-SS JlH(1 to emphasize to ladies requiring dry goods of any and seen the choice styles and qualities presented the At B ' bc ' At 75 c. for tourists and campers, regular value with sateen, long waisted firmly and „,,,.- . „ , .... , .-, . 1)11M i f^ "", *1. 4. „ . • , »ii 11 1 , 100,000 yards FINE SEERSUCKERS, in orn dozen 5-8 ALL-LINEN BRE\KF \ST 35c. cloS ei y boned, two side stee™ double kind th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 July 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Has a larger circulation than any other newspaper published In San Francisco. PUBLICATION OFIICE: PCf S>:>ntsromciy street, near ('lav. open until 11 o'clock r. «. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market rmet.iicar Kenny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; SIP Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 ljiikln street, open until V:"-0 Clock, aDd 'Jala *ii«-ioli street, open until 9 o'clock P. m. FVBSCRirTION RATES: TAII V call (Including Sundays), S6 per year by B-.nil, postpaid: IS cents per week, or 05 cents per calendar month thromrh carriers. DAILY CALL, live i,|, 1.,, months. *■« 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve pagCß), 81 00 per jar, postpaid. SUNDAY call m.il Wl--EKLY CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. vi EKM CALL (eight pages), *1 36 per year, pose l;.'. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), 910. SPECIAL NOXICE FOR THE SUJIMEK MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend pnini; to the enniitry dnr !'■! the summer months can have Till: DAILY CALL mailed to them for a week or longer at regular su...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 July 1890

CITY IJKAL ESTATE. C / -)\ii~a i':i ki r— PINK stvnr. wkbstxb — '/\'. and ruuninp through to Wlldey; bay- v ludow bouse of 11 rooms and Uat<i; brick foun- dations, laundry, etc : lot £ J5]i127:8. li. 11. i.Mii- M-.N A CO.. 1* tgoinery 81. ]y!3 atSuTiiTa r..)-|wl CLARA ST.. KB, 3D; FRONT HOUSE .-: 10 and. rear house 4 rooms: rents S3ss 10t25x75. G. H. UMBSEN A CO., II Mont- gomery st. Jyl3 Ml SuTuTh w-'iif)l"l GILBERT, UKANSAN : THREE, ijpUV'UU. houses and two eattages; lot 50t>si>. O. li. «BSEN d- CO.. 14 Montgomery. 13 3SuTn Th v. ■••'lit\ SHERIDAN St7,~~NR. 9TH AND >S^~V\J. Folso i; lot 25x100; level and ready lor building. ... U. CMISSEN i CO., 14 Mtrtit- K.niif ry st. JyJ.B aiSuTu'fll <£'>USin LIZZI E ST.. >>K. MISSION AND <^—Ok)\J. i::ub: 2-story bouse ot 9 rooms; lot 3H:H\7O. O. 11. CMBSEN 4- CO., 14 Montgomery Mrtfft. j>l3 SiiTuTli3t_ tSZT'J&n CASTRO ST.. NR. 19TI1; LOT S'-!:6x tO ' -■•'!'. 125. G. 11. DMBSEN « CO.. II Mont- Ciacryst. Jyl3 Sn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 July 1890

6 DOI'SKS TO let. Tpr-^jL s^^nito7niTTsrrTTrA^iT^EßV- Sl2*Beaic-Front C aud rear house; 8 and 4 roonn; 812Beale-Front and rear bouse; 8 and 4 rooms: '"uiiiu . Guerrero— Lower flat: 4 rooms: bath; *18. • Mi.. Natoua-Klat7room.«: $ •■': 5190 Twenty-second St.- Fiat :i rooms; MO. . Twenty-nliiih Bt.and Ban . os, aye. Cottage 2 rooms: large yard; V- W. 11. HUM * CO., 205 Moutgoiuery >t. ii_ YEW HOUSE TO LEI . ROOMS AND BATH; JN all modern convenience* ISO« Page st., near Lyon: will be rented reasonable to a responsible tenant: Key 011 premises. ;> 13 7t* d»n AA 4 ROOMS. FEDERAL ST., NEAR IST- > y.lM'. 813— Flat 6 rooms, Dors St., near 9th. • IB— 4 rooms; bath; I6thst, Sl4— store: Howard St.. near 13th. W. It. MAR- BHi ; .-■ ,\ 10.. 8.10 Market St. Jyl3 3t f.Oi) ;A SUNNY KAY-WIXD(JW HOUSE, 6 «JJ'O«J.iIU. rooms, alcove; modern Improvements. Fill more, bet. Sutter and Post; cable. JylS Bt* KOOMS AND BATH: PART OF FURNITURE for sale very cheap. 743 Howard St. )ylB 8f ROOMS AND BATH...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 July 1890

ASHWORTH'S ANNUAL REPORT. Extreme Urgency for a Better System of Sewerage. The Improvement of the City's Streets by Macadannz.ng Should be Prohibited Within Certain Boundaries. {Superintendent of Streets Ashworth completed Ills annual report yesterday and filed It with Ilia Supervisees. 'Xl. e following remarks precede;! lie statistics of the year's work: In accordance with Resolution N0. 3355 (third series), I herewith submit ny annual report for the fiscal year ending June 30, IS9O. There liave been 5 miles ami 1823 feet of streets pared ■with basalt blocks, and 3 miles and 2603 feet paved wiiii bituminous rock; also, 10 miles uud 3521 feet of sewers built. Of these streets so paved 7 miles and 3563 feet have been accepted ami added to the accepted streets or this city. Hie work of repa?inf with basalt blocks Hat coition oi the accepted sheets of this city here tofore paved Kirn cobbles has progressed as far as the rr.ourys available for that purpose would permit, but this Is a wo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 July 1890

8 Social Events A Varied Record of Pleasant Memories in Town and Country. BECEPTION AT SAN RAFAEL. Attractive Resort and Camp Enter tainments — Oro Fino Parlor Party — Caldwell-Marple Wed ding Alturas Lodge Social—Bo nita Court-Circle Party—Her mann Lodge Celebrates. The social event of the future bavins tlie wid est Interest 15. of cnuise. Ihe celebr.itioM of Ad. mission day, In tills city, bj the united parlors ot the Native Sons of tire Golden West. The ladles, all of whom delleut to entertain andbeeuter. tamed, are looking forward to ihe approacbing festlvj. «;i!i ever-growlue Inieiest. A tennis tournament will be e'»en at Redondo on tl.e •i'.n piox , open 10 allcomers. Messrs. Tufts of Los Anß"le«, Gllmore of I'dsadeua. Cowau of Saula Monica form the airaiißeineut coinniitlee, and entries can bo made wllDauy Ol these gentlemen prior to August Ist. Ml 9. James Carnlin gave a picnic to the chil dren of the Hotel Rafael, at Laguultas on Fri day, wbicll was greatly enjoyed. Captain...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 July 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. ===gßosF,NßAinmifl ENTIRE STOCK, PURCHASED at AUCTION=^ HALF-YEARLY STOCK-TAKING CLEARANCE SALE, IS NOW ON l» SILK DEPARTMENT DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT Everybody in the city has heard of the GREAT SPECIAL SALE OF DRY GOODS. AT gRfJJ CLEARANCE SALE. REMNANTS oiLnuLi^jniiimi.lll _ KENNEDY'S, but during the week many have returned from the country and they will _„„„_ <> F ...... • on Monday morning a ii on,- Eem. cLE.vßixo-ouT sale or in. accn- naturally want to know something about one of the greatest sales of dry goods ever held ni , n.. . rtmpn .| TSRI V DAMASK si^Hp^S asSbSStSK^S in San Francisco. The entire stock of Rosenbaum & Co. (retired from business) has been ClOak Department! liiDljD VkMhM nm be marked at j>,st about "' an ascriptions: <• '"■ •'""*"' at purchased at auction. This enormous stock of goods is offered at astonishingly low odd lots and broken sizes about ir o ov/ ■ 1 ■niroi ijc\A/UI ARI/CTQ half price. OKE-HALF THE USUAL PRICES P rice...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 July 1890

10 THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF MADAME DE COURCILS. WRITTEN FOR THE MORNING CALL BY GUY Of MAUPASSANT. CHAPTER 1. B| RXEVAL!" exclaimed Gontran de , Courcils. in his chaiacterlstically rough 5 and off-band Banner, "if you love this — gul and she is lv love with you, as your voids and actions lead me to Infer, why. take in. My family think I ought to get mar and bare pitched upon this Mathllde de ( i.', xluee; but, according to my way of looking at tilings, oue woman is about as good as au nt uer. r.esides, we aie old school friends—col lege chums— aud God forbid thai 1 should stand in your way of being what the world calls nappy*— another word for an existence three shades gloomier than a Trapplst monk's. When v. c weie at college together I used to have moie . .lan you, but everything I had was at disposal. You lecollect that? And liow \, v i-eJ to borrow from me everytuing— ba, ha, i.a I— froi y horse aud huntlog-breaches to my —ha. ha. ha !-and bang me If I'm coing to take - gi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 July 1890

A Lively Week 9a Prospect at (ho Three Principal Theaters. GOOD PIECES ON THE TAPIS. " Jim, the Penman," Redivivus—Pot ter's "City Directory — Curtis' Hebrew Play— Close of the Alca zar — Opera Comique at the Tivoli - Actor-Managers — Gen eral Mention of Professional Persons and Things— Musical Notes From Abroad. Midsummer is ceitaiiily not favorable to tiiett ric.il business iv New York, and the sunn; ad verse condition is beginning to develop here. We aie now, as the Scotch poet Ballamine sings: In the tan;;. lan^ days o' simmer, wii.ii the clear and cloudless sky Fetuses ac wee drop o' rain To Nature, parched ami dry. And hundreds of the regular patrons of the lead- Ing theaters, who can aitord the expense, li.ivb lred them oft to the mountains and the seaside. Theatrical managers may go bang for what they care, and their doors remain closed without causing them a single regret. They are in the selfishness of their dolce far uleute— their "sweet idleness"— and will not emerge fro...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 July 1890

12 SOME WELL-KNOWN FOREIGN WOMEN. Mrs. M. E. W. Sherwood Writes Ibont Some of the Notables That She Has Met. OWE. WAS LEADER OF FASHION. Annie Thackeray, the Daughter of the Famous Novelist— The Ex- Empress Eugenic as She Ap peared in 1840 and as She Appeared Three Years Ago. The Queen of Spain. ■BC/lf-iRS. M. E. V?. SHERWOOD, writing IVl^ from London to Eastern journals, * from London to Eastern Journals, ljViL'i tells some interesting anecdotes of prominent women she has met: Thackeray, alas, was dead when I visited London for tho first time. I had known him well In America, and had stopped to see him in the EDglish metropolis. We had, however, letters to bU daughters, and they gave us a dinner. Mrs. Leslie Stephen was then alive, and we met toe gifted Anno Thackeray and her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Justice Stephen, and Doyle, the ftimous caricaturist of Punch, at that table. Miss Thackeray, then just beginning her very honorable career, was pronounced the most agreeable woman in Engl...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 July 1890

m _S..Aj /~-»- — ■* ._ A ROMANCE OF RUSSIA AND SIBERIA, By Prince Josef iubomirski, Author of " Safar-Hadji, a Story of Turkistan," etc. COPYRIQHT WO, ISY MKTA l/E VERB, XXXIV. §f ( \E of those beautifully clear and silent if nights winch limn one ol Hie charms of : 'i Siberia had gradually sunk the forest " into deep darkness. The moon illumined Hie valley, aud the loug shadows of the trees that lined Hie public road lay snug alongside of We great thoroughfare. A gentle biealli ol wind whispered mysteriously in the foliage of the birches ana larches that were here Intermingled. Beetles were humming drowsily In lie rich grass ; licrc and there the phosphorescent green light of • light-worm i-liui.o in 11. loose tint and finished agaiu In an instant. A mysterious bumming noise pervaded the forest, a sign that It concealed animal life In abundance, and now and then broke out in louder but still Indistinct noises. Otherwise the night wa« silent. The highroad, which the eye could follow...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 July 1890

14 HOW CALIFORNIA WAS ACQUIRED. The Part Taken in Hie Stirring Event by Ex - Governor Rodman M. Trice. ENGLISH DESIGNS FRUSTRATED. Commodore Sloat's Undevialing Ad herence to His Instructions Would Have Given the "Golden West" to Great Britain, But for the Earnest Remonstrances of Purser Price — Result of a Mid night Interview. t~^ i RHAPS tUe d fortune that f.ol \tJ -. lowed .! is i : us t'.;--ar in a bnndred bat- I. , .•, - lias attached to tlie inoutli bear fug liis name, and made truly a specially ... ■ ..-. i: l i great enterprises. At all events the lirst seven days oi the mid. . ; m( nth nave, ever been fortunate i : r- for the United states. Kai i ly, if ever, h.i- a d> feat i r reverse to the .\ . rma fallen on i ue dI these ... besides tbe great event cele . bruted on the 4th, many military anddlplo triumplid have taken place in this charmed we I t!ie?o wlis capture of tbe vast territory called California by Commodore July 7, 184<s. No man alive at the present tin;e....

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 July 1890

■ ♦ • .. _-.-_:-_--■--- -_ _____ _ _ - ■-.-■ -._.-._.-_ 1089 Inches of ads in Sunday's CALL 1 63 inches, or 8 columns, more than in any other city paper I Advertisers know that IT BRINGS THE BEST RESULTS. VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 44. THE PATHFINDER'S LAST JOURNEY. Death of Miijor-General John C. Fremont in New York. HIS REM ABLE CAREER. Early Life and Romantic Marriage. Expeditions Across the Plains. Thrilling Experiences — Gov ernor, Senator, Presidential Can didate. _ pedal Dispatches to The M__ni_t_ Ca__. New York, July 13.— General John Charles Fremont died at the home of his adopted (laughter, the wife of Colonel H. J!. Porter, 49 West Twenty-fifth street, at 8:40 o'clock this afternoon. His death was aue to inflammation of the bowels. There were present at his bedside at the time of bis demise his son, Lieutenant J. C. Fre mont of the navy, and his physician, Dr. William J. Morton. His sickness was of comparatively brief duration, and dated in ilnjor-Genrrnl Ft-rmtjnt. the first stag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 July 1890

2 TURF NOTES. Genuine California Horses Win ning in the East. A Email? Bace-Track Job on August Bel mont—Pacing" Association Organ- Wealth in Trotters. When Salvator won the Suburban and bis match with Tenny in such remarkable time some of the local turf writers could hardly find enough adjectives to praise and . boom the game son of imported Prince Charlie and Salma, but chiefly on the ground that be was a California horse. NOT A CALIFORNIA'S. While Salvator is admittedly the horse of the year and possibly of the century, be is not a representative California animal. He was not bred or born in California, hut in Kentucky, and has never breathed Cali fornia air. His sire was not even American, but an English Imported horse. He was not trained by a Calilorniati, nor was be ridden lv a California jockey. Neither is his owner, J. B. Haggin, a Calilornian in any other way than that ho owns much real estate on the Coast Salvator is not at all Caiifornian, though it suited the local write...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 July 1890

_B«SCELLANEOUS. _ _ EBaß3__s__ggg____^^ JL_^ i J_r\_ JlLj I*. 1 - -**. _____ .--.Wi-"-! | _ ' * I Condemned Criminal . i \\ WHO MAKES A SUPREME EFFORT TO SAVE HIS NECK, SO DOES \ I THE MARKET HYPOCRITE, with ail ope lost of ever REGAIN- ■ 3 ING THE PUBLIC CONFIDENCE MAKE ONE GRAND SUPREME EE- ■ a FORT to attract attention to his defunct place by his HYPOCRISY and LYING ■ j advertisements iu the newspapers. j '% ■ "A HAD MAN IS WORK WHEN HK FKE- : t '■ TENDS XO DE A SAINT." BACON. * ! , ; : a a DISAPPOINTING THE PEOPLE BY FALSE ADVERTISEMENTS HAS H ! SEALED HIS DOOM. SEQUEL EMPTY STORE, DESPISED BY THE ■ * PUBLIC Sheriff's lock staring him in the face. Such is the fate of ALL HYPO- I _ t CRITES AND FAKE ADVERTISERS. _; - I . WHAT'S THE MAGNET THAT CHARMS THE PEOPLE TO OUR H « STORES? FOR THEIR BENEFIT WE'LL EXPLAIN, and briefly to. When I 3 \ we advertise a bargain it is indeed a bargain. There is no disappointment about I _ it. And we only advertise what we really intend to do. It i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 July 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL T7as a larger circulation than any other Tcewgpaper published in San Francisco. FCBLICATION OFFICE: 625 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 •' o'clock r. m. liIiANCH C<-*FICJ_S: 710 .Market Street, near Rearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; * __9 ];:.>•- street, open until 9:SO o'clock; 003 | J _si.li. street, open until 9:30 Clock, aud 2518 _dit_ic.:r street, open until 9 o'clock r. _. simsciaPTiojj rates. PAI! V CALL (Including Sundays), $_ per year by tr all,postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 0.", cents p*w calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, five . ccpicslhrce uroliths. 96 25. SUNDAY CALL (tsvcls _ rages), >1 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL ■ m ii WEEKLY CALL $2 50 per year, postpaid. Vi-lihLY CALL (eight pages), $1 25 per year, post ii.ri* Clubs or ten (pent to one address), .10. Hiil.ti. NOTICE ion TUE si.Miir.i*. MONTHS. Subscribers who intend going to the country B__ ■ Bummer months can have THE DAILY CALL mailed to them for a w...

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