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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 July 1890

itirsiNHns vnAN*CT:s. TIAVING BUYERS WILLING TO INVEST IN Jl some reliable business, those desiring to sell promptly apply to W. E. heals . 1004 Market, lt* Cl?.. IO -CHEAT BARGAIN; FRUIT AM) t_ UUu. produce store, Western Addition; ouo of tbe best cor. stands in tbe city: doing a trade of $25 iter day: 2 horses, wagon, etc. ; living-rooms: eheao 1 , nt. YV. F. HKALY, 1004 Market St. It* "Sj/l/j PARTNER WANTED; STEADY. IIELI- Cr"l''Y'. able man to assist In running Hrst-class business lhat requires tire assistance or an active working partner. W. F. HEALY, 1004 Market. It* I>AKK IiPPoRTUNITY-FANCY-GOOnS STORE J I for sale in the business portion of Hayes st ; old- established stand, sslth a good trade. Further par- ticulars Inquire 35 Sutter St., Room 6, between 12 and 2. jy___3t__ rpo RENT-SALOON AND » ROOMS: 211 STEV- i . irsoir. 2 doors troui Third; suitable for res- taurant, oyster or coltee-stand; key at 22 Third st. MADISON a- BURKE, agents. - Jyl4 81 j; IARDING-HOl AND SAL...

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. — 14 July 1890

6 EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Flyiug Echoes Caught From Sea shore ami Rural Se treat. CERCLE FB.ANCAIS BANQUET. The Fitzpatrick-Vorlancier Wedding. Party on Ritch Street-Kay-Young Wedding — Saunders' Celebra tion—Hall Parties to Take Place. Smith Surprise Party—Engage ment Notes. Santa Ciuz lias been very lively of late, as a glance at tue social records In iher-e columns from day today will have Informed the reader. The Sixth Regiment, which breaks camp tills morning, will be much missed, but oilier and larger cohorts are anticipating the delights ol ii. i.i Cruz iv Hit' near future. Swimming Is the leading attraction still among the city visitors, and the volume of arrivals is Increasing: Willi the steadiness oi pleasant summer weather. A large Dumber of friends were handsomely entertained by Mr. Uausoni Powell or Healds burg last Friday. The members and fil ads ol the Pastime Lawu Tennis Club of Sacramento weie entertained Wednesday evening at their tenuis court by a garden parly...

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. — 14 July 1890

CAMPAIGN ECHOES. Gossin Gleaned Anions the Loc.il Politicians. Waterman's Frantic Efforts to Defeat Mark- Lam's Candidacy— Buckley Retire] to His Sural Castle. That an effort will be made to deliver the San Francisco delegation to Waterman at tbe Sacramento convention can no longer be doubted. It is hardly probable that the senior himself expects that ho will se cure the nomination, but with him it Is "anything to beat Markham, *' ami so he and his private secretary are forming every possible combination to compass that result. The cause of the enmity is plain. It Is a personal one, and arises from the fact that "Waterman has been led erroneously into the belief that had it not been for the ether's candid icy he would nave had a walkover for the nomination. When Mark ham met him ou his native heath and knocked his prospects in that direction into a cocked bat Waterman, through Pri vate Secretary 11. ruck, began a warfare of bitter personalities, and, under screen of the smoke of bat...

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. — 14 July 1890

8 HOME TALENT GOOD ENOUGH. Charley Chase Pitches Fine Ball for Frisco, Stockton Gave Perrott Poor Snp. port and Lost. Harper Again Instrumental in Downing th* Colonels— Eesu'.ts cf Contests in the Amateur League. The ball game yesterday afternoon was well patronized considering the poor work Frisco has been lately doing, and that Stockton is in the tail-end of the league race. The home team won the contest handily, but not easily, as there were sev eral periods In the game when the visitors could have tied the score by getting a safe bit; but, unfoitunately for them, that much needed base hit never came. The game «as not a good one, neither was it poorly played, as a whole. It was a tame affair at best, with few fine plays to arouse the in terest of the audience. In the eatly in nings the fielding was of such a poor char acter that It marred all enjoyment for the succeeding work. The Stocktons had a steady streak of er ror-making,' marring their field perform ances, and Duaue, the 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. — 15 July 1890

.__£ - - - »~^* _..-*■--.-,-.---. .. -------.--_-. -_T. -_-_~_r-JSf__W%t I Advertisements in Sunday's Papers! '.- NUMBER OF SQUARES : "£__,_. CLASSIFIED. DISPLAY. total « CALt ._, 834 1344 8178 .' CHRONICLE 763 1040 180*-* I K3_A__lNl.il. 744 1108 1863 TRi'.-.'.-.".— ."..'i-.-." .-.'.-.-.-. ~.-. *.-_-.-'._'-&- j- .-.-_-. -.*_-_- VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 45. SCORES OF BODIES RECOVERED. Death and Destruction Mark the Path of the Minnesota Cyclone. VICTIMS OF THE STORMS FURY. Heroic Work of a Regiment of Mil itia—Graphic Description of the Havoc in the Vicinity of Minne apolis—Hairbreadth Escape of a Party of Campers — A Young Lady's Experience — Curious Freaks, Special Dispatches to Thk M.jkn'imo Ca_i_ Lake City, July 14— Surrounded by beautiful bluffs and farm lands. Lake Pe ' pin's unruffled surface gave to-day little evidence of the fierce struggle with the ele ments and of the death-dealing fury that raged over this city last night. With scarcely a note of warning there burst upon th...

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. — 15 July 1890

2 LE QUATORZE DE JUILLET. Enthusiastic and Patriotic Cele bration by French Ees iden's. PEOCESSION AND EXERCISES. Stirring Address by President of the Day Emmanuel Meyer — French Artistic Taste Displayed in the Beautiful Decorations at Wood ward's Gardens — Wonderful Pyrotechnics— Grand Ball. Liberty, fraternity, equality! Only with the fall of the Jlastlle 101 years ago yesterday, did France fully realize the true importance of these three manic words. Xo day is held in greater reverence by all patriotic Frenchmen throughout the world than "ie quatorze Juillet." The date is as sacred to them as tiro glorious Fourth is to American hearts. And when the day comes in due yearly rotation, the enthusiasm to properly celebrate the national holiday is always at the boiling point, and seems to increase with each commemoration, wher ever the celebration may be held. This is especially the case in San Francisco. ENTHUSIASM OF THE DAY. From an early hour yesterday morning every French man, wom...

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. — 15 July 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Marriage of Miss Ryan and Dr. G. H. If; niton of Santa Barbara. TWO EASTERN WEDDINGS. The Moore Luncheon at San Jose. A Midnight Serenade— The Far relly Party— Congress Springs Festivities— A Ride to Haywards. Party on Zoe Street— Late De partures and Arrivals. Dr. A. E. Baldwin of San Mateo and Miss Essie McAvoy of Itedwood City will be uianied I to-day at Hie latter cily. Miss Maud i.. Ki..ir and Dr. G. 11. Doulton, both of Sanla La. bar a, were married last Thurs day al the resilience of the hiide's brother, Mr. Frank M. llvan, 1512 li .ink lin street, l.v the I!ev. John Gray of tire Churcli of the Advent. The happy couple have pone to Monterey. A pleasant party was given on Thursday even- In. by Mr. Vi:;i Henry at bis home 111 San Jose in honor of his guest, Mr. i, tinge Bush of Ibis Baron and Baroness Itognlat entertained a few friends on Thursday eveulug at their residence in Los Angeles in honor of Miss Dllllliau cf Sacramento, who is at present ih...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 July 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL ITas a larßPr circulation than any other newspaper published in San Fraucisco. rrBLICATION OFFICE: 6"" Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 neck P. M. MAN.iI OTTICBS: 710 Market Ctrect, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; ... Hares street, open until 0:30 o'clock: 003 lirrkrrr .'.net, open until 8:30 el. .ft, arid _jl_ klision street, open until 9 o'cloct i*. K. gIBSCKIFTION KATES: juiriT CALL (Including Sundays), $0 per yonr by Bail. postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 rant* per calendar month throne Tr rimers. HAILV CALL, live copies three months. $6 'J. - .. SUNDAY CALL (twelve pages), Sl SO per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL si ri WEEKLY c.1.1. »2 50 per year, postpaid. vii.hil CALL (eight pages), 971 25 per year, l".-.!- Said. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), $10. SPECIAL NOTICE FOIt THE SIMM Kit MONTH*. Subscribers who Intend going to the couutry rtnr li _ the summer months can have THE DAILY CALL mailed to tlieru for a week Or longer at regul...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 July 1890

ltl SINFSS cnANCF.a. t1 a - PARTNER WANTED — COFFEE-SA- «_!■''• loon and restaurant; right In business center; owner first-class cook; wants steady, roll- able man for cash-counter and dluing-ro..in; has fine bar; iplcndld trade, place handsomely fitted up- cheap rent; actually worth (260; must sells; needs lierp; never such a dunce : Uou't miss it. See SEO S IK*»V '■ I: I*. 1-5 Kearny st it «• llil '".'IN! 1; WANTED TO-DAY— <?-"". and pleasant Inside work; giving steady employment; clearing $5 to 517 per week to each; not necessary to understand the business: must be willing to work in store and make himself generally nseliii; no night or Sunday work; bnsiness easily Ic-ined: will suit auy Industrious, steady, sober man. GEO. STEWART, 136 Kearny st. " lt , IOUNTRY BOARDING-HOUSE. RESTAUR \N'i' V saloon: San Mateo County; steamship landing:' summer resort: lot 100x100; house 8 rooms. fur- it ishe.l: cow chickens, hogs; great fishing, bunting, bathing; full boarders and transients...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 July 1890

6 MERELY A MORNING CAI.*-. *% * ELLOMs what his grandpa ssld. »-"*_ as through the gate ho came; ff » "I want to hire little boy. |l t» . So pray, sir, what's your name . ••A boy to drive the cattle home. And weed t he garden bed : A boy to split tho kindling-wood. And pile it lv tbe shed." Bis grandson looked across the fields, And slightly drew away: "I think I'll say good-by. _ au pa— I didn't come to stay. — _._ rank 11. Staiiffer. In Harper's Young People, THE NEST. jt^S'.TjHEBE .ball we live? queried Conrad _I'A«S_ Drayton of bis betrothed, when tbey Y__f if...} were discussing vailous airangeineuls — ' — L connected with their marriage, which was to lake place on the last day of April, May being looked upon as au unlucky mouth for such ceremonies. "In tbe country, of course." responded Edie, promptly. "Ever since I spent a mouth in a farm-house, when I was a tiny child, I bave longed to escape thedlugy subuibs of London, and have a dear little cottage where 1 could grow mv ow...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 July 1890

SUPERVISORS. Ten Thousand Feet of Fire Hose Ordered Purchased. A Petition for a Franchise for the Trans mission of E'ectricity— Mission Street Widening— Reports Filed. The Board of Supervisors met last night, Mayor Pond presiding. * 1 lie following communications and peti- I tions were referred to the proper comm ittees: A communication from the Fire Commis sioners, requesting permission to organize a Water-tower Company and an engine company to be known as Engine Company No. 18; also for the removal of engine house v.. 10 from Tennessee street to the engine ic ' on the same street, 011 account of grading. A petition from the Hebrew nome of Aged Disabled for the lease of the old hos pital building on the same terms as now paid by the Old People's Home, which is about to be moved. A petition from William S. Ileger for per mlssion to lay dowu, maintain and operate wires and otlier conductors for the trans mission of electricity to all parts of the city. Tiro fire Commissioners recomme...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 July 1890

8 FILLED WITH SHOT. An Officer's Desperate Encoun ter With a Horse-Thief. A SL Helena Deputy Sheriff Probably Mortally Wounded. Firemen Injured and Asphyxiated at a Fire In Fresno— Arrest of a Missouri Forger In Oregon. Special Dispatches to The Moßxnro Cau. 6t. Dele-IA. July 14.— Last Saturday a man firing the name of Tom Collins came to town driving a handsome span of horses attached to a light lop buggy, and Interviewed several citizens trying to sell the outfit. He remained In the neigh borhood over Sunday, and this morning, having failed to sell tbe rig, started down the valley. At soon Deputy Sheriff Charles Howard received word from Shet lff McKenzie Ural the team and trusty weie stolen property, and Instructing bin to airest tire thief. Howard at once started down the road, finding his man at T. H. luk's. three miles south of here, tijiug io sell the outlit to Mr. Ink. The Deputy Sheriff drove up and called on the man to .uueirder. 'j he fellow Jumped from the buggy, and sla...

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. — 16 July 1890

:'» • • *_*_*-*.*-*-*-•-*-*-•-*-'-*-*-*-'*•***-*.**•*•-•-*-•.*.*_*_. i Ifl n r Was ' he da '^ avera » e ° f want a<is 1° the : Mjjh CALL last week. Many more than In any • UUU o:ber city paper on any day. IT IS THE ONLY WANT MEDIUM ! VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 46. WITH AWFUL FORCE. Terrific Explosion of Gunpow der in Ohio. Ten Persons Known to Have Been Killed, and Many Others Hurt. A Scene of Wild Confusion at King's Powder- Mills — A Number of Build ings Burned. Special Dispatches to Thk Moßsrrxa Call. Cincinnati, July 15.— A terrible explo sion recurred late this afternoon at King's Powder-mills on the Little Miami Railroad, twenty-eight miles east of the city, Ten persons are known to have been killed, and from thirty to forty injured. Two empty freight-cars were being rolled onto the sidetrack, where a car containing 500 kegs of gunpowder was standing. As the car was struck there was au explosion, and immediately after another car containing 800 kegs of powder exploded, makiu., 1300 ...

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. — 16 July 1890

2 WE ARE THE PEOPLE. Tbat Is What the Pioneers Say to the Native Sons. Their Refusal to Participate in ths A.mis sion-Day Festivities Falls Like a Bomb in tin Natives' Camp. Tie Finance Committee of the Joint Commit tee of Arrangements lor tbe N. S. G. W. cele bration of Admission day met last evening In Parlors 8 ana 9, Grand Hotel. Quite a number ot Native Sous were present and displayed great earnestness in their work. Major Hammond occupied the chair. Alcalde Parlor presented a communication statiug that Its Collecting Committee had not pone outside Us own members lv looking for contributions. Major Hammond stated that Colonel Crocker has prepared an address to the nubile relative to the finances and collections. Jlo suggested mat a committee of live be appoluted to finish the addiess, prepare It for publication and publish it. The committee will meat Ibis afternoon and attend to it. Samuel Yalleau, J. J. Flynn, J. 11. liegler, diaries Waller and James Phelau were ap pointed on ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 July 1890

—^— —^ ™— _^_---.---.--_-__-^________t____-»_^__________-- ___^MISCEI___ANEOtIS. ■_-.-.-.- mt-mm-sm-mi^^'ss^-s. "V. *-"*—" ' '-^— rl -^ m - J^'~^-^**-'^^*--^*^-_J-_-.->_JTi_- l t -.,^wW'i._- — '__-T-_---rT_->-.T--«- '-^'-■^'»*-- SSSE2S s________^--SSEZE_---_tS__a I We've Got I THERE IN i _____ GREATJAPE ! 1 How the news or our GREAT SALE of THE BALANCE of OUR SPRING | AND SUMMER GOODS S_4___»l--:E____jr> TOWN! Poonle flocked io our stores yesterday from all over town. WHAT I CROWDS AND WHAT DELIGHTED PURCHASERS. I AND SUMMER (.OOHS :oa.:r<>_^i_v*£- SPREAD ABOUT TOWN! Peonle fl reked tn our stores yesterday from all over town. WHAT CROWDS AM) WHAT DELIGHTEO PURCHASERS. GRANDEST BAR CHAINS \ EVER GIVEN IN SAN FRANCISCO IS THE VERDICT or ONE ANT) ALL! TI_>IE IS MONEY Willi us now. We've but a few days left to close out the balance of these j goods, and those that have uever seen CLOTHING SLAUGHTERED [ Have now an opportunity to see the Greatest Butchery of FINE CLOTHI...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 July 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL. Has X lareer circulation than any other newspaper published in San Francisoo. rri*-*_lC.*iTl(» OFFICE: 825 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until lU o'clock i- m. BRANCH OFFICES! 710 VlarMt street, near Kearny, open >■■'•" 1-' o ;°' oc^ 1 1 "'? ".' SSI Hayes street, open until 9:30 «<**-.<«« l_.il.iii street, o.er, until 8:80 Clock, and '..18 Mission street, open until 9 o'clock p. m. (SFBSCKIPTION KATES: rAH.V CALL (Including Sundays), $6 per year by trail, postpaid: 15 rents per week, or 65 cents par calendar moirtli t brunch carriers. DAILY CALL, Aye ccplcs three months. rfß 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve pages), *1 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL aid WEEKLY CALL $12 50 per year, postpaid. WEEKLY (ALL (el. pases), $1 '25 per year, post i_._. Club, of ten (seal to one address), $10. SPECIAI, "NOTICE FOIt THE SUMMER MONTHS. _ Dbscribers who Intend going to the country dor ii gibe summer mouths can have THE v.mi.v CALL mailed lo them for a wee* or longer a...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 July 1890

BV_____________S rBANCES. "i VERY DESIRABLE CORNER HOUSE OF 30 ,\ r.ionis, handsomely furnished, clearing 8125 ,„. r ii'ontli. Apply W. F. HEALY, 1001 Market, It* TJTT-sA GREAT BARGAIN: 25 ROOMS: NEAR tMliiU. city front! rent only $50: clearing »so „er month. W. F. healy, low Market st. ' it» t_r\i\fl 10 ROOMS; NR. SIM AND MISSION: f^OOU. all to-day. HEALY, 1004 Market st 1* <_*f.-.n LARGE CANDY-STORE; SODA FOUN- .^s.H'l.'. tain; tine fixtures; big trade: two rooms !o:,rl furniture; complete for housekeeping: low rent: wonderful bar.aln. WOODItI'IF. 811 Mar- it t st ________ It* •i- I *. Aft GROCERY AND BAR; CENTI-.AI.LY •Z'OOK'. located; no Immediate competition; fine n.re: good trade; low rent; _ good rooms: side en- trniice; large yard, wood ituy if, 841 Market. It* s_\lH> BESTAWRANTj BEST LOCATION": iftJUU. seat bO people: trade $40 per day; worm jIiHH); cheap run: nothing better In city for tbe iii.rrcy. Woodruff, 841 Marl *_ It* 5 l-l- RARE OPPORTUNITY: GREAT BAR- <_ ...

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. — 16 July 1890

6 EDCCATIONAL. XI ;^U()LIN AND VIOLIN! ITALIA NtMETHOD. * Ml PKOiSMOB SAMUEL ADELSTEIN, Muslo Stndlo. 1009 sutterst. J*** l " "" — UROPESrsOR GCSTAV A. SCOTT, PIANO AND J organ, removed to 1116 Van Ness ave. Jylt> SCHOOL OF THE HOLY CROSS. SANTA CRUZ, conducted by the Sisters of Charity, will reopen July _ith: the school budding has been remodeled anil is connected with the new building, now in course ol erection. Heretofore the Sisters have been obliged to reruse pupils tor want or accommo- dations' the new building will afford facilities and boarders will be received on moderate terms; every attention will be paid to the coinrort, health and ad- vancement of the pupils. jylS 4t MUSIC MADE BASY Full BEGINNERS AND amateurs by Kropp's new notation; examine it. Sll ueary st. ]e_o Iy /VOUBI STENOGRAPHER, HAVING A FEW* UN- VJ occupied hours, will be pleased to receive 2 or 3 pupils for private tuition, .09 Masunst.: unless a teacher can tiirnseir copy the words of a speaker or reader...

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. — 16 July 1890

M. J. FLAVIN & CO., 924 to 928 Market Street. *J- l t^r\ V 11^ C3C; \«/\^r., <J mC**-r LU iwlCl-I FkC?-L **_Jhl v7^Z?Lm _— H *^ in Warn ______ __2_J_ W JK*. J*^ iP -^ THE GREATEST CLEARANCE AND REDUCTION SALE EVER HELD IN THIS CITY WILL CONTINUE UNTIL SEPTEMBER Ist. We need make no affidavit that we are selling goods at a very low price. Our reputation for honesty has never been questioned by a customer, and our goods and prices are a stronger evidence than a dozen such documents. ALL DEPARTMENTS REPRESENTED !_=__=_== Clothing for Men, Boys and Youths! Furnishing Goods! Boots and Shoes! Hats! Trunks and Valises! CIGARS, TOBACCO A.3XTI3 CIGARETTES ! A REDUCTION ONFALL GOODS OF FROM 10 TO 60 PER CENT! HATS. HATS. furnishing goods, clothing, boots and shoes, ~ cigars, Me*,, nroy ...z:. - UNDERWEAR WHITE SHIRTS. SUITS. ___P__^__XTT , S- ME L c c^ F COXGRESS BUTToy acd M S*_f LF BOOTS ' * TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES. S.S : IS me "\v::::.v;.v.:.:::::::::::M. at manufacturers- cost. Wt_ ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 16 July 1890

8 HELD IN BONDAGE. Sacramento Highbinders Entrap a Yonng Girl. Rescued From a Brothel by the Directress ol a Mission. Two Policemen and a Hack-Driver Success fully Resist 111 Attempts to Re capture tbe Woman. Special Dispatches to Tits Morning Call. BACEAMEXTO, July 15.— There was a very lively sensation In Chinatown about 2:30 o'clock this afternoon, the principal actors being a Mrs. Brown, representing one of ibe Chinese nils ilons In San Fiancisco, an Intelligent young Chinese woman who accompanied her, James Cousins, a back-driver, and Officers Lowell and Frszer. Miss Yet Wall, a young and pretty Chinese girl, was the cause of the commo tion, and, together with a bowling mob of Celes tials, the majority of whom were, doubtless, highbinders. Mrs. Brown came here to rescue Yet Wall, who was held In slavery ln a disreputa ble house on Third stieet, between I and J. The young Chinese woman who assisted her came herein advance to arrange the preliminary de tails. The prisoner was Ind...

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