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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 September 1890

IUJSIXKS9 CHANCES. fro SELL OUT your business promptly 1 for cash, go to L D. BARNARD, 1148 Market st between Mason and Taylor: established 1859. It* ;?77).).- BUTTER AND CALIFORNIA PRODUCE >_——''• business In an old, popular cltv market- a saff, sore investment; a positive bargain I D BARNARD. 1148 Market st. near TayloF. it"' *i'-*' r i 0 "JjACKSMITH-SnoP: OLD STAND: IN •- — «-»<-'• a fine location ; pays clear $100 a month- n bargain: arronnt of departure East. I. D. bar- > AKn, IHH Market St.. near Taylor. lt« ■S 1 750 BUTCHER BUSINESS; ONE OF THE «_ J. lUV. oldest and best meat markets In the city; paying clear $300 to $300 per month: line teams and fixtures, complete. Apply I. D. BAR- >ARD. 1148 Market St., ur. Taylor. It* QQ"s.n CANDY STORE AND FACTORY ON «iTt/«JVF. Market St., with fine soda-water fountain business; best chance ever offered; splendid loca- tion and making money; positive bargain. I. D BARNARD, 1 148 Market st., nr. Taylor. It* DO YOU WANT TO SELL...

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. — 10 September 1890

6 MISCELLANEOUS. __ _ _ J . irruuuu w . u^ -„^w , . '. v _5, ,. ;;>.* before lpavin' town every pioneer, as well as every native eon, owes || H himself the duty of calling upon raphael's and see the remarkable bar- g §j gains we aro offerin' in overcoats; why, we will fairly make your bead g R , swim with the immensity of our stock, and the big values will make of §§ '$ yon all eager purchasers ; we are sellin' some beautiful melton overcoats, n j3 ones that all other houses sell for eighteen dollars; our price for your choice R£ 11 of a hundred different styles and shades is ten dollars ; then we have taken || 13 up all of our twenty-dollar overcoats, and there's none prettier in town, M ■-*;. and for this special occasion have decided to let 'em so for twelve |l Eg dollars and fifty cents; we've also done the same thing with our twenty- || H five dollar overcoats; they will be sold to-day for fifteen dollars; also our E3 thirty-dollar overcoats, which are without r. doubt the g...

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. — 10 September 1890

N. S. G. W. (Continued from Second Fagr.J m i look with pride rioon the beautiful structure Hint Hiey have reared towards the heavens . i:\v-. In years nd ■ ion In honor* the pioneers . tequealh to a new generation the eoiden result uf their labors. May the sou i.rove worthy of the tro>t reposed in him by the f.ither. May lie ever defend the honor of Ih>- gulden Stale and transmit It 10 posterity as pui» and spoilers as It was udou the day that he received It irom tl;e lianas of n)s futlier. May the (iod of Nations waicn over this fair laud. May he pio:ect It from all danger. May he guide i!s sods In the l ath of rectitude and forever preserve to it the blessings of peace ana freedom. llnslne hxercises. . Following Mr! Boland's address the orchestra rendered a march entitled "Cali fornia," which had been composed for the occasion by Noah Brandt, the programme having been changed owing to the lateness if the hour. Miss Carrie Milliner sans, "Oh. Hear the Gentle Lark," ami Mrs. ...

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. — 10 September 1890

8 N. S. G. W. {Continued from Seventh Fage^ cant wit!) nothing to remind one of their late 1 r.-v aspect except torn papers and muti lated designs. For hours, during the parade, not half a dozen persons were to be found in the hotel corridor at one time. About 2:30 o'clock, when the parade broke op, a few gathered in the corridor and a run Wat) made on the headquarters. ' With the time announced for the literary exercises at the Grand Opera House an exodus was made by the crowd, bands and all, and the headquarters were locked. Kiinnna Parlor of Los Angeles kept open all day, except at periods of five minutes every half hour, when the floor was cleared. About 10,000 peoplo visited the parlor during the day to hi? received by K. F. Del Valle. ; The Native Daughters, like their brothers' order, closed their doors an 1 remained away several hours. Mrs. 11. M. Greeue, Secre tary, stated that all of the fifty-nine parlors were represented by delegations of from twenty to forty persons eac...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 September 1890

THOSE WHO REALLY DID THE HARD WORK. Portraits of the Prominent Ofll- eers and Committrciucu of the N. S. G. VV. CREDIT GIVEN WHERZ IT IS DUE. A Short Account of the Salient Feat- ures of the Young Men Who Spent Time, Energy and Money to Make the Celebration of the Fortieth Anniversary of the Ad- mission of California to the Union a Complete Success. Thi« State, whose resources ami history lire peculiarly r i < - ! i and characteristic, is, do doubt, as prood of the N.it ye Sons, who <>k i n their young . ders the bur en ' thU celebration, a the Native Sous li c m .~el vc s are. oliiii'l Chamber- Id, whose able lead r>li ii> managi d te ninny ynrlors so itly daring the past ■w weeks, is no (.ir_'pr the represent tive of the older of \.tivo Sons alone, >ut of the younger e'rm nt 'f the > - citizens. J le lias i r veil his rtbilitv as :i leader in his hav ing organized so larjio a body of nun in oue effort through a joint committee num bering fully 100 members. Had...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 September 1890

10 moraine until nicht and Hie ease with which the visitors leached their lodzlnss and places of In leiestisdue eieatly to his faithfulness in mao agitiß ineaetatli ot his department. J 08KFII D ABU AMS, Secretary of the Special In vltatiou CunmilUeo. •loseph I>. Abramj, a son of a Territorial I'loneer. who was born In this city in 18G1, and educated In Hie public schools and Bernard's r.uslm m t'olleee. He »a< Secretary of the Special Committee m Invitation! to the I'resi dent. i;ovemor of California mid Mayor of this city. Besides, lie was an active member of the Commit on Hall;) Hud lieail<|iianeis ami oil Arrangements. He i- a charter member of the verha Isuena Tailor, where lie Is honored with Hie office of Treasurer. He I- also connected wiih l'.;iv City Lodge, K. of 1., and with tije llamiuniet'iuo. w /^ gA ~ Iryl X I I J^\/ * \ /'i'A // fA CII ARLKS A. UTHA!', Secretary of the Committee on .Dibs. les A. Llpman wa* Secretary of the Ilnoth Committee, an outgrowth of i...

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. — 11 September 1890

I THE VOTE i- A OF TITE FEOPIE IS GIVEN TO THE CALL, AS IS X V SHOWN BY ITS LABGE MAJORITY OF Z* WANT ADS. IT IS THE ONLY WANT MEDIUMI | VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 103. MO COMPROMISE. Condition of the Strike at Southampton. 1 Succession of Bayonet Charge; Neces sary to Clear the Streets. Employers Will Not Agree lo Employ Rone bat Union Men— The Mayor's Resi dence Threatened by the Mob. Fpecial Dlsi-atches to The Morning Call. SorTrrAMrTox, Sept. 10.— This morning the striking dork laborer?, sailors and fire men still maintained a menacing altitude and the authorities fearing further rioting summoned further detachments of troops. Souje of the strikers have gone out in beats to meet the incoming steamers, with the object of persuading tiie crews to join the strike. The Admiralty has been asked to assist in preventing this. To-day a mol) gathered about the Mayor's residence and made threatening demonstm tions. The Mayor telephoned fur assist ance and soldiers were dUpatched to dis perse the c...

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. — 11 September 1890

2 OF FESTIVITY. Guests From the Inferior Enjoy a Day's Excursion on the Bay. PAST PRESIDENTS' BANQUET. Handsome Appearance of the Ship ping Yesterday— Prizes for the Best Dressed Vessels— Country Visitors Say Farewell— Diverted Appearance of the Several Head quarters—Notes From the Par lors, Etc. ■ ■ ALIFORXIANS, and especially that small fragment of them whose sphere of use fulness is, in a meas ure, confined to the Bay City, were justly congratulating them selves- yesterday over the success which at tended all depart ments of the Admis sion day celebration. Wherever a little knot of people assem bled, whether in the business establish ments, tli? hotels, restaurants, public streets or private houses, the topic of conversation vet-red around at some point of it to the special features of . parade or ball wliich most struck the fancies of the speakers. Pioneer?, without exception, spoke highly nf their handsome treatment ly the Native Sens and tie li:tT <Ifßc l'.ies of the past w...

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. — 11 September 1890

MISCELLANEOUS^ .„„_ before leavin' town, every pioneer, as well as every native son, owes himself th» duty ot calling upon raphael's and see the re- markable bargains we are offerin' in overcoats; why, we will fairly make your head swim with the immensity of our stock, and the big values will make of you all eager purchasers; we are sellin' some beautiful melton overcoats, ones that all other houses sell for eighteen dollars ; our price for your choice of a hundred different styles and shades is ten dollars ; then we have taken up all of our twenty-dollar overcoats, and there's none prettier in town, and for this special occasion have decided to let 'em go for twelve dollars and fifty cents ; we've also done the same thing with our twenty-five dollar overcoats ; they ■will be sold to-day for fifteen dollars ; also our thirty-dollar overcoats, which are without a doubt the gem of the tailor's art, lined, as they are. throughout with the finest grade of skinner's satin, in new, beauti...

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. — 11 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL PUB a larger circulation Una any other ■l;niH"l'« V iii.'isi..-ti in Sun Kr«nci»co. I " rn«i.i<:ATi<»' office: 1 RE Montgomery street, near Clay, open nntll ,tl .trtlorkr m BKAKCH OFFICES: 710 Market ' ,trlrt,n«r Kearny.open until 12 o'clock midnight; •■• i -„,-s street, open until 9:30 o'clock: tSO3 l.tiYi.i Ltreet. open until 9:30 clock, and 8618 Minion open until 9 o'clock p. m. |tS< UITTION rates: , : "";: r>Ati v < \aix (Including Sundays), SB per year by trail, postpaid: IB cents per week, or 05 cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, live . liree months. *(i 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve rages), *1 50 per year, postpaid- SUNDAY CALL mil WEEKLY CALL $2 51) , per year, postpaid. V»ir.Kl.Y CALL (elgbt pages). *1 - -'5 per year, post, laud. Clabseften (sent to one address), $10. SIi.CI.VI. NOTICE YOU KBR SUMMEK MONTHS. Subscribers *vho intend going to the country dnr lig tlie summer months can Have THE DAILY call mailed to them fora week...

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. — 11 September 1890

ItrSIXKSS CIIANCE-*. : ' : j DO YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR BUSINESS OR I l/iio you want a partner in any established and fair-paying business, no matter what line? I have over 100 parties waiting to Invest, either as a half or. a whole. In store business, hotels, restaurants - livery stanles. mannractnrlng. milk or paper routes liquor tmsiness. cigar-stores, wood and coal yards hay and feed business, butcher-sbops, coffee-saloons' teaming or express business, commission business! or any other respectable line; my parties have the money; come ami see me at once: established 22 years; all business strictly private. K. KENNY, 2' KMimy St. - - .. lt -C'lOOd T -<-LASS HOTEL FOR SALE; « c»V»V/' '. a great bargain; located In one or our most tfcrivnn — .jr^-^ts Interior or the State; Is at the terminus of one ot principal lallroads; this i.ouse Is positively clearing $200 per month: lot 130x150; fine house or 30 rooms; fine bar-room, etc. and all other improvements; shrubbery, fruit tiees: f...

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. — 11 September 1890

6 I'KKSONAT-S. TCEHAS BEEN SELLING IN THK -INTERIOR AT 1 fabulous prices and in this city very low; the tide Is now turning, and both country and elty aro get ting it cheaply in any quantity from the Consumers Ire Company, 420 Eishth st. ii_ ME. M DESK AYES. 601 POST ST., WILL teach you to make fragrant Perfumes from flowers, and .ill toilet requisites. <""! '■" r Hi i M ruTTAIiE TO KENT CHEAP; FUR- -5"5»«Vtors«l«. Apply Cali. Branch oni.-.U) ,M« / .KiKIKIKS-Cl.lrF BROS., WHOLESALE G anil retail grocers; the oldest established and most reliable bouse on the Pacific Coast: teas and coffees a specialty: no chromos or crockery; best roods at lowest prices: country orders packed and 'tupped free. V and 11 Montgomery aye.. 40 and A" Fourth St.. 409 * a * 411 Montgomery aye, 401 Haj es st; j<" 1 ? TnThSu tt ' 4 X 1"6 KEARNY. ROOM 9. YOU CAN BORROW A money at lo* rates; private rooms lor ladles; rledres for sale; take elevator. au7lt ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN-DRESS-GOODS, VJ silks, sea...

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. — 11 September 1890

TO DIE TOGETHER. Horrible Tragedy Enacted by a Husband and Wife. They Kake a Desperate Effort to Leave the World at Once, but Fail- Attempt ■ at Murder and Suicide. A despondent husband ana his loving wife early yesterday morning enacted in their saloon at 425 Montgomery avenue a horrible tragedy, in spite of Its repulsiveness, flavored of romance. Despondent, siikly . and weary of living,- the man deliberately attempted suicide,»»nd at his wife's appeal, cut her wrist that she mi^ht bleed to death by his side. The participants in Hie bloody act were Adolph Jordan, proprietor of the saloon, and his wife Catherine. j When they had closed their little liquor-shop late at night he stated his final intention of killing himself before the next day's sun would rise above him. She heard the announcement in great fear and begged her desperate partner not to leave her alone in the world, but to take her Hie along with his. He agreed to do so and then gashed the woman's wrist with a knife and...

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. — 11 September 1890

8 THE STATE FAIR. Preparations Being Hade for a Large Attendance. Tie Best Horses in the State to Compete loi the Racing Purses. The Wheel of Fortune to Be Excluded From the Track Daring the Meet ing — To-Morrow's Events. EpecUl to The Mohsiso Calx. Sacramento, Sept. 10.— Although the State Fair lias been opened three days it can not fairly be said the attendance of outside visitors is at all equal to that of previous years at the corresponding date. In fact it Is, up to date, the smallest on- record. The reason for the diminution is chiefly at tributable to the celebration of the Na tive Sons in Sin Francisco, that seems to nave drawn all the fair-going population of the.S'.ate. There is no need for any one to worry about sleeping. lack of accommodations tins year, as was the case last year, Rooms in plenty are await ing customers and the bonifaces of Sacra mento are not leaping the golden harvests of past years. This state of affairs, how ever, it is confidently asserted by the St...

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. — 12 September 1890

if THE VOTE f I OP THE TFOPLE IS GIVEN TO THE CALL. AS IS I V SHOWS BY ITS LAKGE MAJORITY OF 0 V "WANT ADS. IT IS THE : . X jg only "w.A^jrr medium !' kj 3 »»r*»»»»»' •">x«!»x?!«i*»»>»i|E VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 104. BARRUNDIA'S DEATH Captain Pitts' Version of the Tragedy on the Acapnlco, Mexican Journals Condemn the Action of the United States in the Matter. Revolution In a Canton or Switzerland. A Murderous Attack Hade Upcn an American Bishop. FpecUl Dispatches to The Mobsin'o Call. City of Mexico, Sept 11.— According to advices received here ol the shooting of Gen eral Barrundia, CaptalD Pitts of the Aca pulco has made a declaration which the Guatemalan authorities claim completely justifies their action. Mizner, the American Minister, the authorities say, was cousul'.oi as an act of courtesy only. Ths dispatches further say that when Captain Toriello and Captain Pitts read to Barrundia the order for his delivery to the Guatemalan authorities, JJarrnndia asked permission to chang...

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. — 12 September 1890

2 WORLD'S FAIR. Oponing of the State Contention in This City. Permanent Organiiation Secnred After a Hard Bay's Laboi — Meeting of th» Board of Direct on. Yesterday morning shortly after 10 o'clock several -huudred delegates, repre senting almost every county and business interest in the State, assembled in tonven i .hi at Metropolitan Hall to organize an as sociation wliirh shall have the direction of California's exhibit in the World's Fair at Chicago" It was some time before Mayor Pond could bring the meeting to order be cause of the confu»icn brought about by the arrival of the gnat body of delegates, Out at lencth, when quiet reigned, he explained abject of the call, and. then asked for nom inations for temporary officers. Thereupon the following nominations were made and unanimously indorsed: Tem porary Chairman, E. 15. Pond; temporary Secretary; Thomas J. Haynea.- i ! (.in motion of £. W. Jones of Los Angeles the Ch ail mail appointed the following com uiitt«"3: Cietleutlals—...

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. — 12 September 1890

MISCELLANEOUS. _ w^^™-^, __ RATHER PECULIAR THAT 1 OUR LOUD-KOUTHED GOESFETITOBS I HATEX'T SAID A WORD TO YOU THIS SEASON ABOUT § I RATHER PECULIAR THAT ' OUR LOUe-MOOTKED COMPETITORS I HATEN'T SAID A MORI) TO YOU THIS SEASON ABOUT % H DO YOU KNOW WHY! IT'S BECAUSE THEY ARE AFRAID OF IS! M THEY'Vi: GOT (iOOl) SENSE. THEY KNOW THEY ARE IX XO E POSITION TO COMPETE WITH ODO (JRANI) STYLES AND J ! - . THE lUTTLIJIG LOW FIGURES THAT WE'RE '. I TUKNI3G 'EM OUT Oi HIE ROUSE AT ! ;\ ; 1 Wp'»p taken up a his lino of nnr .$2O, $22 and $24 Overcoats, ami as we I I said, for a flyer, we'll let 'cm j,-o at jj£, ; " >'oiv lioro's a rlianco for ovory uoliby drosser iu 'Frisco tosjctisi and a »>iiv one of the NOBBIEST OVERCOATS turned out by a tailor's hand for | I HUNDREDS OF PRETTY STYLES TO SELECT FRO3I, AT - - 535.G0 \ I 3IOUNTAIXS OF OVEIUOATS, IX RICH SHADES, AT - - - • 515.03 I i OVERCOATS WORTH EVERY CENT OF $20, §22 AND $24, 2 t AND YOUR CHOICE OF ANY OF 'EH FOR SIS. OO £ I Now here'...

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. — 12 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL, «a» a l«rc«r circulation than any other newspaper r i.i>iif:i«-<i in Wan Francisco. •" '■ ■ rrHUCATION OFFICE: 6*"; Mantßomery street, near Clay, open nntll 11 -.Vice* T. v. BBAMCH OFFICES: 710 Market Him :.tirar Eearuy, open limit 12 o'clock midnight; 859 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: W)3 laikln street, open until 9:30 Clock, and •iili HJHloa street, open until 9 o'clock p. m. BtTBSCBXPTION "KATES : 'rAII.Y CALL (Including Sundays), $« per year by rail, postpaid: J6 c™t3 per week, or 65 cents per ••slfiiiiar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, Ore cijies three months. $6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve lapis), *1 BO per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL aid WEEKLY CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. WEEKLY CALL (elglit pages), 51 28 per year, posC liiui. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), 10. BFECIAX >OTICE FOB THE SI'MMEK MONTHS. S:: 1 icrlbers who Intend going to the country dnr li pthe summer mouths can li.ivc THE DAILY CALL Dialled to them for a week or long...

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. — 12 September 1890

IUSiXKSS CHANCES. '<*! 1 QlWl WOOD AND COAL YARD, HAY AND <*) IOUU. grain: established 25 rears: 3 horses 2 wagons, cart, everything complete; will bear In- vestigation, M. LESS A CO., 995 Market st. It* QQfin SALOON IN THE HEART OF THE OOwU.city; elegant fixtures and fine stock; must be sold on account of leaving the city M LESS A «:0..995 Market st. i, ■"■")- ut ". ' Q'^^dO UVSRT STABLE; 12 HORSES, 0 , V"" V- borelM, 1 phaeton, 4 wagons. 12 .sets ; harness? tiearaaj from $250 to $300 per 11101. i greatest bargain in towa. M. LESS a CO.. 995 Mar- fcet St. . . IV <sft^() tOKNER SALOON, NEAR MARKET « uu "' si.; doing good business: well stocked; a bargain. M. LESS A CO.. 995 Market at. It* v<",";n(l HOTEL AND BAR; BEST I.OCA- tu IIIJVHI. ti. 111 In the city; 60 rooms elegantly Inrnisbed; good horse and wagon; established over ■j. years: clearing from $100 to $800 per month; nugest bargain ever ottered: owner selling account retlr.ng from business. M. L^SS. 935 M.irket. It...

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. — 12 September 1890

6 DISAiTOINTMKNX. IAM \ v earr. Ob, so weary. ■ of this ,;.'-arrointmg world: Weary of its car?'"" m * ow »- That are ever at us ."*!•■" Weary or Us thorns and thistles, . Which, tbo' hidden, pierce us deep, And in casting one glance backward lift the cheek In teardrops steep. a»»prolntment ! Disappointment! Is the knell from day to day; gink Inn deeper, ever deeper, And Its sound no power to stay. I am weary, yes, so weary. And n-.y lire doth bitter seem, Tor Us pian] disappointments Came Instead, the "golden dream." 'Twas a dream i loved and cherished, Fraught with joy In lieu of woe. Slight with sunshine, glint and glimmer Was that .Iresin of long ago. lilsapi'Ointment! Disappointment . >t w ugalu its sound 1 hear, And Its doleful, measured accents 1 all upon my listening car. Take me back to youth and childhood! Free from disappointing cares; let me linger, ere I yet Start to climb life's broken stairs: Let me linger, let me linger. That sweet dream to dream once more: For wh...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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