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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 23 July 1890

EVENTS IS THE SOCIAL WORLD. -- --• • -- Tho Marriage of Miss Annie Will molt and Mr. Frank Fletcher. Wedding of Mr.- F. A. Swain and Miss Gimmoll— Plymouth Church Reception — Boswell-Noyes Mar riage Last Evening— Glen Elien— Party on Seventh Street. THe marriage of Ilia Mnttie Belcher, only daughter or Hon. Isaac S. Belcher, and Mr. Al l-in Coolev will take place to-day. It will be pri vately celebrated. Mr. diaries I). Alexander proposes to eiect a handsome summer residence at San Uafael la the near future. An Informal little xnuslcale was (riven last Sat urday evening in Los Angeles at the rooms of Mis. ,1. 1). Cole m honor of Miss Jessie Gregg of San Francisco. Young Ladles' Institute No. " will give a I : oiceuaile concert and enterlal iimeut at Sara toga Hall lull evening. rue wedding of Miss Malian and Mr. Taylor will take place to-day at the residence of the bi trie's cut. The monthly social of C. M. Arnold Council. No. IS.'., O. <:. ]•"., was held last evening at Red M u'...

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. — 23 July 1890

8 A MYSTERY SOLVED. The Fate of a Wealthy Sacra mentan Disclosed. His Body Found Floating In the Ri?er by a Fisherman. A Bitch In the Arrangements for the Pro posed Anti-Debris Convention— Springer Hill Fire. Special Dispatches to The Mousing Call. Sacramento, July 22.— At 5 o'clock this morning M. T. lialnln, a fisherman, was rowing across Hie river a; a point near Suitervllle when lie espied tlie body of a man floating, face down ward, la the stream. He called to a fel low fisherman, who rowed to the spot, anil together lliey secured the body to the boats and on reaching the city he iu lurmed Coroner Clark of his discovery. There mains, which gave signs of having been in the water several days, were brought to the Morgue, where they were recognized as those ol Nicholas Schadt, an old citizen of Sacramento and a man of considerable wealth. The body was clothed In a licht summer garb, and the domes contained a small sum of money, a bunch of keys With the Initials "N. S." stamped on ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 July 1890

VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 54. BURNED AT SEA. Loss of the National Line Steam ship Egypt Hie Crew Mcd Dp by a Dutch Vessel and Landed at Dover. Conflicting Reports Regarding the Outbreak Between Sin Salvador and Guatemala. Siberian Cattle Disease. Special Dispatches to Th ___.>! on nix a C.<__ Losdos, July 23.— The Dutch steamer Spaarandam from New York passed the Isle of Wight to-day. She signaled that the National Line steamer Egypt from New York for Liverpool had been abandoned at sea, being on fire, and lhat the crew was on board the British steamer Manhattan from New York for Hull and would be landed at Dover. The Egypt did not carry any first class passengers. She was an iron screw pteamer of 4070 gross tons burden, and was built at Liverpool in 1871. She was 440 feet in length, 44 feet breadth and 30 1 /. feet deep. Xew Your, July 23.—There was no in surance on the Egypt. Her loss, following close after the loss of the Erin, is a serious blow to the National Line. The Egypt was ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 July 1890

2 AMONG THE HUSTLERS Politicians Busy Preparing for (ho Conventions. Markh.m's Supporters Makinir a Great Deal of Noise— Mendocino fer Waterman. Quiet Primaries Expected. It is expected that Colonel Markham, who returned to Los Angeles on Sunday, will arrive hero again to-morrow night and will proceed at once to take active charge of his own camu.iigu. In the meantime his supporters are shouting for him with lusty lungs and are making the most ex traordinary claims as to the strength of their candidate. The most radical of his followers nro not asking but are demanding his nomination and are going iv on the "Markham-or burst" principle of action. Among this class of men is Judge Carpenter of Los Angeles, who says that if Markbnui is nut given the nomination the south will refuse to accept anything at the hands of the Re publican party. They will, he asserts, go lo Sacramento and ask the convention to give them the head of the ticket, and if this is denied them they will refuse to al...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 July 1890

ANGEL ISLAND. "Work Progressing on the Quar- anline Station. Ten Building* Will Be Erected for the Service. A Ship and Her Cargo Will Be Disin fected in Two and a Half Hears. Anyone passing along Washington-street hart yesterday morning would have seen a neat steam-launch, the Marion, moored alongside and steamed up for a trip, lt was Lyman Bridges' lnuncli, in which he was about to make a trip to Angel Island to look after the construction of the United States quarantine buildings, of which work he is Superintendent. "Step on board," said the well-known civil engineer to a Call representative, "and I'll take you over, and you'll get rid of this fog." The fug hung so closely to the ground lhat it was very difficult to see a couple of hundred yards and the trip seemed prom ising, if for no other reason. Gradually the fog grew less dense and lifted as tlie launch journeyed, until, when Angel Island was reached, it barely touched the top of the hills nt the thousand-foot elevation. "Th...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 July 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL flea a larger circulation than any other newspaper published In San Erauciseo. . ; ;. rtHLI CATION OFFICE: Vlo Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock r. St. HRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market rtrret.near Kearnj. op.ii until 12 o'clock midnight; ISP Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 1-aikih strut, open nntil 8:30 o'lock, and 2518 Uissloii ttreet, open nntll 9 o'clock p. m. AT < TION SALKS TO-DAT. 1 i i: mi -.ok. Bj V I*. Spear A Co., at 0.2 Mis sion st.. ... 10 o'clock. »".'..: Cakikts.- By M. J. Simmons, at 123 Geary st. at in o'eioek. licit Kstatk-— Hy _ o. F. Yon Khcln & Co., at 521 c.iiiti mi-. st.. at 12 o'cluck WEATHER FORECAST. Si'.s -.1. SKRVICE, U. S. Arvy,] Division ok theFacific. I San I iu\-i ism, .inly 2:1. 1890.,' 5 P. Pacific time. J Synopsis for Ihe Fast Twenty-four Hours. The barometer is blithest on the northwest coast of California and Is luwest In Southeastern Cali fornia; the temperature has fallen In Western Wash iuctou ar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 July 1890

IH'STXHSS CnAXCKS. „,.|U| A I" l *'*' CHANCE FOX A WORKING JpDUv. man: sure to clear $100 per mouth over and above all expenses; express business forsalo; _ horses and a fine wacou; one ot the very best stands Li loin: has the sole trade or several stores; a foil Investigation and trial allowed before you buy. ad- i ,;. K. KKNNV. 22 Kearny st. It V "oil I HOTEL FOE SALE: A GRAND OPEN- s^sJu\-!M. in S ; co rooms. handsomely lurnlshed- In the vicinity of this city; largely patronized by -first-class people: established 30 years- kept by present owner 17 years; no question about the «teadluess of the trade; a most thorough Investiga- tion allowed; owner will give a long lease or the property and grounds, which are among the linest in ititf Slate. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kearny st It s< ' '( I i Nil -.; ,; WANTED IN A FIP.ST- • ,t,n'i'. class book and stationery store: no previous experience required, but must be of un- doubted steady habits: established nearly 30 years; doing a large and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 July 1890

6 921 to 928 Mate Streets -M, J, FLAVIN & CO. -^Through to Ellis Street. Piiocii D^ii/ntiAnQ in All npnaPtmPnte! Men's Clothing ! Boys' Clothin g! Children's Clothing! ulCftl AtMLUUIIo 111 nil UCjIttlllUClllo! Furnishing Goods ! Hats for Men and Boys ! Boots and Shoes ! UNDERWEAR FOR MEN AND BOYS AT MANUFACTURERS' COST! LOVE'S KOSES. IN a meadow gay and flowered, (In ,i balmt summer's day, Walked a maid by nature dowered YY it:, more rbarms man tongue can say. As her anus with llowers she laded, i...-. au.l childish was her air. And her charming race was shaded n.\ in cur.s of cbestuut hair. In that meadow*, o'er the daisies. Wander two, instead of one. And a handsome stranger gaz:*s At the sweet maid be has won. Tbrlce as happy Is the maiden As wben with tl..- flowers she played; Ami her heart .Hi love Is laden Fur the idol she has made. Etlll that meadow: but the roses I- rom the maiden's checks have gone; lio more gathers she sweet posies. But she wanders there alone. fNeatb ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 July 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. The Marriage of Miss Mattie A. Uelcher and Mr. Allan Cooley. TABLEAUX VIVANTS AT NAPA. The Flannigan-Clark Wedding— The Young Ladies' Institute Entertain ment—The Laws Surprise— A Greenwich-Street Gathering— A Party on Eddy Street— Birthday Celebrations— Notes. The marriage of Miss Mattie A. Belcher, the only daughter el Judge and Mrs. Isaac S. Belch er, a linrbly esteemed member of the Supreme Court Commission, and Mr. Allan Cooley of the Marysvllle firm of While, Cooley & Cutis, took place yesterday morning at the resideuee of the biide's parents, 048 Ilaight street. Despite the prominence of ibe principals in Hie community theie was a notable absence of anything ap proaching conscious formality In the arrange ments, which were elegant aud In perfect good taste. The suite of drawing-rooms In the llelcher resi deuce presented a charming appearance as the guests commenced to assemble. Here and there, among the regular ornaments of luxurious furnishing...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 24 July 1890

8 A BURST MAIN. It Causes a Disastrous Fire at Spokane Falls, Tie Fire Department Handicapped by the Inadequate later Supply. Tbe Loss Estimated at Nearly a Quarter of a tHIHIon Dollars— A Seattle Sub urb Badly Scorched. Special Dispatches to The Morxixo Call. frOKANE Falls, July 23.— Early this morn tog a lire broke out on the north side of the river on Monroe street, destroying property valued at nearly $200,000. There was a woeful lack of water, one ol Hie mains bursting on the bland, The Monroe-street bridge, a new structure, cost ing 540,000, was entirely consumed, the depart or ni having no water on the noun side. The losses are as follows: Cable-road Com pany, S50.0O0; 11. W. lircenberg Company, $ 18,- OOO; Monroe-Street Bridge Company, $35,000; Bonne & Co., 812, , Cascade Laundry, $3300; Culler & Cuius, (7500; Washington Water power Compauy, $18,000; S. 1". Packer, $2000; James Jones, $1000; Miss Ada Howard, $1000. total loss, $148,000. Insurance— Comany, 515,000; H....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 July 1890

VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 55. SIX BATTLES. Salvadorian Forces Invading Guatemala. The Intention to Oyerthrow the Goyernment of President Barillas. Meeting With Success at Every Step— A Rigid Censorship Established— ico Will Remain Neutral. Fpcclal Dispatches to Tin: Morning Call La Libertad, July 24.— News has just been received confirming the reports of the success of tbeSalvadorian forces beyond the frontier in Guatemalan territory. The Sal vador army has now gained six battles and captured large quantities of arms and ammunition. Many have been killed and wounded on both sides. The Salvadorian forces are pushing their way into tlie interior of Guatemala and meeting with success at every step. Great enthusiasm prevails. It is the intention to overthrow the Gov ernment of President Barillas before com ing to any agreement with Guatemala. San Salvador is determined to free herself from the yoke t I Guatemala and assure her own liberty and independence. Tiie San Salvador Government has estab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 July 1890

2 THAT WASTE POND. Mr. . Sutro Says Hard Things About Spring Valley. Deeds of Gift for the Extension of Market - Street— Tan Brace Road Improvement, Seventh Avenue Depression. A long and stormy scene characterized the meeting of the Street Committee of the Board of Supervisors yesterday, and nearly the entire day was consumed In accom plishing only it small part of the work on hand. The event of the meeting and what caused all the confusion wits the appear ance of Adolph Sutro aud several property owners to protest against permitting tho Spring Valley Water Company to build a ait fiom its waste pond, below Lake Honda, through the hill at Seventh avenue, between X and L streets. Mr. Sutro also declared that he would fight the proposi tion of the Spring Valley Water Company to have the grade of Seventh aveuue raised thirty-nine feet at or near the inter section of 1. street. 'Ihe situation of the case is briefly this: What would otherwise and naturally be the roadway of Seventh avenue...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 July 1890

__^ MISCELLANEOUS. Z~~~~~~~ svsnSVJBi PC 3E3SCSB J TS Vi 3PSS^PWMItS3?9 ESW* *_ w p ' ■ -w»' — w^_t\w ___________\ - r^v ' BWS ___! Lf* j-_i" r^^- S* BF-BRSSS? £3101 1 L It? **&/-.^ttzJ? JBL E_ Ik ii. %*>^ BEEN A HUMMER! NEVER IN THE HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA has there been such a grand Catherine of people than that which responded to our ads this week. Never was there a better pleased lot of people; never had the people such grand opportuni- ties to partake of SUCH A LAVISH BARGAIN FEAST like the one spread before them this week. The Kearny and Market street frauds were dumfoimded at our PRICES and VALUES. They couldn't understand it. Why, they were simply paralyzed! They didn't know which way to turn. We'll keep 'em n-guessing. TO-DAY AND SATURDAY WE'LL SHOW THE OLD FOGY AND MOSSRACK CLOTHIERS OF MAR- KET AND KEARNY STREETS THAT TTTi .*«"«*♦"•"*"♦"•"»"•"•"*"*"•*• • •*. * • * * ♦ • * ♦ •"• • * •> ♦"»"«"*"**"*"*"♦'* » • • «' k * ■*] raphaeij's r Is , i'*i*"*i*i*i*i*i*i'!*i*"*i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 July 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Faa a larger circulation Hum any other newspaper polilisltod in San Francisco. ]-li:i.liiTON OFFICK: 625 m.A.iU-o!i:crv street, ne-ir Day, ' '"' - ' until 11 o'clock r m. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market firnl near Kearny, open until 12o'cloc» midnight; M.<. Hayes street, open until '■'■'■'-o o'clock: 003 1.-okm street, open until BiSO clock, and 2518 liitsicii ttreet, open until S> o'clock c. m. ' Ar-CMOK SALES to-pay. jn;v'ii io. OH*. _Levy, at 638 California *t.. at io .o'clock. j i j..-. iti i: i.-liv ceo. ¥. Lamson, at 354 l*.ranu:in St.. 11 o'clock. Ki*HMTiHK.-l!y E. S. Spear * Co., at lii- Mis sion st. at 10 o'clock. Cari-kts.— lly M. .1. Simmons, at 123 Geary .-*... at 10 o'clock. - --■._. v ;_atiii.k forecast. TONAL Sl'tniK. I*. S. Al:vv,*l .Division i.i 'i Ml: I'A 111.. I Fan I i. iki is. ii. Jul) 24, 1890, I D p. m.— Pacific time. ] Fjnoiifts for the Past Twenty-four Hours, 'Mi meter Is highest on the northwest coast of California aud 1.- lowest in Sout...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 July 1890

-', - ■ r,i*sT> rtl'N I \7A&_ : _ ft -Mil I CONFECTIONERY A Nil" .... .".. flpitJVA'. tain ii, the finest location in the cltv doing a fine business; the average from $15 to $i'o ilativ: musl be sold this week : a bargain _t 1 !■'._ .■,.'. 995 Market -;. . , ai. i,'« ft I ") I ) 0 UROCERY ANI, BAR; CENTRAL; C ' OVV. doing business $1000 per month; fine stock. i heap rent, loug lease; clear $150 to $200 ncr month; trial given. M. LESS, g9sjlarkct st 1 1* ft^-Yllfl JT-*? I*'!®1 *'!® WANTED IN BUTCHEB .__ ,),..'). business^ one ot the largest in city- 3 horses aid 3 wagons: «Übl shed more than 12 a ,^irs; sells from 2.1 to 25 cattle a week; long __.__ cheap i 'it- 51. less. 095 .Market -; * " It* ' IftToOO , MI V X i:^-tn. «i.n «» COWS; .9 ,„"■ 11-a.!e,.r„5, ■„,-:, «*>': i „, , .... .„.,_.,„„ •j f wagons, 7 horses. $2000 worth o: hat and grain: house of b rooms, with large bun- e-.lale i ! ;'L'v ,°, v .'' r m/- c rs: "•'» " the best bargain. M. l.i.ss A CO.. 985 Market st. c ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 July 1890

6 924 to 928 Market Street»M. J. FLAVIN & CQ-PTliMgli to Ellis Street. « — — ■ — — ■ . ■ ■ fpflflt P^HnPtJATIQ in fill itolMPtrnpntQl Men ' Clothing! Boys' Clothing! Children's Clothing! ulCftl lltXlllullUllu 111 ml liCjJalllllClllS! Furnishing Goods ! Hats for Men and Boys ! Boots and Shoes ! UNDERWEAR FOR MEN AND BOYS AT MANUFACTURERS' COST! HOLLYHOCKS. - At *'"** hot days told spring's tender petals _f_T~ down, mC\lio; even whlle we say, "The blooms are V/ done." Lo! through the tangled gardens cometh one Cla l. nil unconscious In her quaint ..i.l gown. Perchance the oiii-tinie days we might forget 1! hiilivtinclift ne'er set themselves ablow— Ne'er like old dames and squires moved to and fro In state! measures or the minuet. 'ii« art thou welcome. O thou old-time bloom, Thou ami Itiv Irteml, the fennel at thy side. Our hearts like those In olilern times are wide, A-..1 in tliis new-day slimmer is there room; So let the old flowers ami the net. join bauds in happy gardens thr...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 July 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. The Nuptials of Miss Sereta L Malum and Mr. Feiton Taylor. A BRIGHT CLUSTER OF WEDDINGS. Marriage of Mr. J. W. Hull and Miss Tessie Howell The Ryer-Hub bard Wedding— Oakland, Chico and Virginia Marriages — Party on Dorland Street — Notes of Incidents Past and to Come. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1!. Goldstoue gave a very pleas ant reception In honor ol Miss Essie Ualhck last Inesday evening attuelr residence, 1128 Turk st i eet. A farewell reception to Dr. and Mrs. Horton ly the ladies of tlie Fust Presbyterian Church, Oakland, will be giveu this evening at the chapel of the church. Mr. Oxnard St. pleasantly celebrated a birth flay anniversary recently at San Kafael br giving a family dinner-party. Five sous gathered round tl.e table and the occasion was duly toasted. An entertainment and social at the Howard street M. E. Chnrcb will be given by the yotiue men of the Emergency Circle this eveuiug. Mi«s C. Kirkland gave a luncheon party Wednesday afternoon In honor of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 25 July 1890

8 NEATLY TRAPPED. A San Diego Chinaman Arrested for Bribery. Honey Paid to an Officer to Allow Mon golians to Cross the Border. Tie Prisoner Implicates Two Chinese Com panies In the Scheme —Body Found •' In the Sacramento River. Special Dispatches to The Mount-so Call San Diego, July 24. -Lung Chung was ar rested this evening by a Deputy Untied States Marshal on a charge of bribery. Chung ap proached Customs ('dicer (lunula, and made au offer of $1000 if he would allow 200 China men, who are now near Lnsenada, to come over (lie line. He also offered $120 If the officer would allow three of Ids coun trymen to land from the steamer Dublin on Saturday next. The customs officer arranged a niccling with the Celestial, where be had a deruty concealed, and when the money was paid he arrested the Chinaman, who was placed . lv Jail. Since bis arrest the Chinaman has con nected the Quong Sow Kee Compauy and Chee - Chung & Co. Willi the affair. CALIFORNIA rOIiITICS. Bsjrabiican Nominations...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 July 1890

I SUNDAY'S CALL <§ jX, Always has the most real estate ads. If you .£„ > have a lot to sell advertise it in ■/" ft} SUNDAY'S CALL ! fa Ythe PAPKRTO LOOK TO FOR BARGAINS '. y .^"^l^^^^s^f^'-f^-^ VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 56. ANOTHER VICTORY. Guatemalans Defeated on Their Own Ground. General Ezeta Sends a Personal Chal . lenge to President Barrillas. The Slate Department Orders an Investi gation of the Reported Detention of the Steamship Coiima. Special Dispatches to The Morning Call. . New York, July 25. — The Ilerald's special from the City of Mexico says: Not withstanding the exaggerated reports that have emanated from the leaders of the two ( out! American republics now involved in a row, this much is certain, battles have been fought and a formal declaration of war has been made. After the troops' of Sal vador entered Guatemala and planted their flag upon Guatemalan soil, Guatemala felt insulted, and declared war. Guatemalan ops fought with great courage at Cootepeque end Chingo. T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 26 July 1890

i NATIVE SONS' DAY. Uncle Sam's Forces Will Join in the ra do. Co-operation ef Federal Employes Sought. Another Contro** >rsy Over the Arch. Committee Meetings. Though the day -was a warm one and to remain in the sun yesterday meant lo have the stiffness of collars soon reduced and the faCe bathed in inspiration it did not prevent the headquarters of the Native Sons from becoming crowded by the press of visitors and Sons. There all is activity and to be favored with a word from Secretary Doolan of tho Joint Committee one lias to watch his i bances and get a word in when be dips his i en into ice water to cool it. so busy is he. Nearly every Son who visits the headquar ters does so en "business," and if he does not he will find himself soon crowded out by those who do. The only matter of solicitude Is money. [low, when and especially where to get it, is engrossing the minds of nearly a hun dred collectors, who are now experiencing the value of money. "Subscriptions, even to a popu...

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