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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 September 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. COLLECTOR HUEY HAS GONE WRONG. "'lie. Has Absconded With $2000 of the Slate's Money. r- .;--, -_-.-...- The Discovery of the Defa'catioa Casually Made— His Fill Attributed to Gam , bling on Horse-Rices. Another defalcation came to light yester day in the office of the State Board of Harbor Commissioners, when it was announced that Office Collector Waller E. Huey had ab sconded, leaving his accounts short by about £2000. Huey had been in the employ of the com mission for almost a year, and held one of tbe most responsible positions in the gift of the Commissioners, having a salary of $130 per month. He was regarded as one of tho most trusted employes, all attached to the office having the utmost confidence in him. The discovery of his shortage fell like a thunderbolt on those who reposed their trust in ihe young man. The manner in which the defalcation was Jdhcoveted was as follows: In August last %ae.of the bondsmen of Uucy, named S. J. Loop, sent a letter to the com...

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. — 28 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL HOB a larger circulation than any other "c- >..»..« ■ L ,nl,liif»lJnSa° Francisco. rrltl-ICATION OFFICE: • - r"_ Montgomery street, near Clay, open nntil 11 "lock «■ MIAN. 11 OFFICES:- 710 Market _„; near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; f <. Haves street, open nntil 9:30 o'clock: 603 larkin street, open until 8:30 o'locfc, and 2518 l___.-_.ici> <ueet. open until 9 o'clock P. m. SPECIAL KOTICE FOlt THE SCMMEK MONTHS. SuLserllM-rs who intend going to the country dur ii j '.ii. summer months can have THIS DAILY CALL mallei! to them for a week or longer at regular sub scription rate*, 15c per week. Give order to carrier ii tend to business office. - 1\ EATHEK rIIKDIITIONS. . Sins SEKVICK, V. S. armt.l Division of thk Pacific I San Francisco. September 27, 1890. f 6r. it.— Pacific time. J Synopsis for the Fast Twenty-four Hours. ll.e barometer is lilghist In Southern Nevada •and lowest In Southeastern Calirornla; the tempera lure has risen In Washin...

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. — 28 September 1890

CITT r.FJI. ESTATE. : "oTT^fTEA'TI - COLLINGWOOD ST., NEAR »T I I «JU ISth; 2 lots, each 25x125. G. 11. UMlt- -5 EN a- CO.. 14 joinery st. . se2B SuTuTh (2; "AAA DOLORES ST.. NEAR LIBERTY; ,^, WIN', lot 50x105. G. 11. UMBSEN A CO., 14 Montgomery st se2B SuTn l h 2; 1 tiiis HAMPSHIRE ST., NEAR 24TH; LOT ♦- ,14 i{^;?, bxlu(, ' ready tor building. G. 11. LMUSEN ft CO.. 14 Montgomery st. se2B SuTuTh s< ; ",() i:ACH-KLIZABETHST.,NEAKEU.I^r: _ , „ „ lot *' ce ' cb 111 *- O. H. IMlisl.N ft CO.. 14 Montgomery st. se2s suTni'h Ss>).".|| COB. HOWARD AND ADAIR SI'S., OU__.UU. near 16th: lot 50x75. G. H. UMBSEN ft CO., 14 Montgomery st. se'JS SuTuTh i<>)ri|Ul CAW ST - NEAR 21TU: LOT W] *C—O\JU. 115, to an alley. G. 11. UMBSEN ft .'-. 14 Montgomery st se2B SuTuTh CIS ddd POST ST., NEAR JONES: Mil VT A.st .yjy.iy.l . residence of 12 rooms and bath: ■ ldewalka,«lc: 10t25x137:6. G. H. UMBSEN ft CO., 14 Montgomery st se2S SuTuTh ll) (Wilt rani Tiros of MISSION-ST. ._ t\r.\J\f\J. business...

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. — 28 September 1890

6 CITT r.EAI. ESTATE. ZstrT'lKn ELLIS." NEaTmoK^S MODERN *t5 i IoV. flats of 6 and 7 rooms and bath each; . just completed and ready for occupancy ; Income would he $:2 50 nor month; lot 25x13, :B. Apply to O'FAliicKii .. LANG. 11 Montgomery.2B SuYV 3 'tuynnn bush] near baker-2 modern J&OUuU. flats of 6 rooms: hath and, laundry _ts__' 7-foot basement: everything modern and In a l order- positively a good Investment, as lt pays •62 4" mouth, which is over 10 per cent per an- num; lot '26x137:6: this is a good buy and open fur ;?ew days ouly. Apply to O'FARRELL & LANG. 11 Montgomery st sei'S SuYYe it, "<_*P.Kl\n THE CHEAPEST BUILDING LOT IN •jrOOuU. nils city; Grceu st.near Buchanan: 65x137:6; this building site commands a grand view of the bay and is surrouuded byline residences and many more to be constructed within a short time. Apply to O'FAKRELL * LANG. 11 Mont- gomery at. se'JS suYVe2t CTfinn MODERN FLATS OF 6 AND 5 ROOMS 2) lUUU. each: on the sunny side of tho street...

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. — 28 September 1890

KIUCITIOMI. . . . 9TiIBY~ABTIST*WIsiI ES^TEvTTIOREPUPIL? Xj reasonable terms. Address At 1 1st, Hoi Jso.r_u.i_. Branch Office^ te2tt 3t* PIANO TEACIIKR FROM LEIPSIO COXSEKVA- X tory music, 91 per lesson. 5-6 Hayes. . 28 51* MMeTw ILDOYI COHEN, TEACHER OK PlANO- forte and singing, 1215 Clay, au.l9 WeKrSntt CI' AN IS UOH KIIK.NCH SPOKEN IN SMOOTHS- r 0.1U.W, practical method. P. O. liox 1672. sella lni A f SS^ UPSON'S: Al'l'l.V DAILY. 1 TO 3P.il, f > 330 butter St. PROF. OOILVIE. Be'„s lot ■JIKOFIiSisOK UCSTAV A. SCOTT. PIANO AND x organ, removed to 1115 Van Ness aye. aula tt GKAND FREE ART EXHIBITION DAILY. ST t Ann'» Building, Room 103. . JyJOB.n /"OAKLAND SEMINARY, BiS ELEVENTH ST. V Oakland: lor boarding anil day pupils: the sum- mer term will open Monday, July is, 1890. MRS. M. K. BLAKE. Principal. jyl 3 m OAKLAND CLASSICAL AND MILITARY ACAD- _J emy, a select school for boys, will reopenat 10-10 Oak st.. Oakland, July 16, iBIHI. Colonel W. 11. O'BRIEN. Bnperlutendeiit. jyl am ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 September 1890

8 * ■ The Marriage of Hiss Agnes M. ..Graham and Mr. John H. Schafer. THE MERRILL DINNER PARTY. A School Picnic- Stone Juvenile Re- Baldwin-Story Wed ding—Party on Sixteenth Street. A Picnic to Laundry Farm— Club Bowling Party. The cantata of " The Flower Queen" will be given nt Irving Hall Tuesday evening, October 7th, under the auspices of the young ladies of Central M. E. Church. Fifty female voices will render the beautiful choruses and will be ably assisted by emi nent artists, including Miss Susie Hert, so prano, Dr. J. G. Humphreys, barytone, and others. »*V>%- . ' The marriage is announced from Pans, France, of -Mis-? Georgiana Louisa Schell and Mr. Francisco Attunes Guimaraes of Brazil. The ceremony was performed at • the Church of St. Peter, Rue St. Dominique, on Wednesday, September loth, at noon. .The bride, who has been residing abroad with her mother during the past four years, "is a daughter of the late Theodore L. Schell of this city, of the firm of ffoodworth, Sc...

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. — 28 September 1890

SUMY EDITION. THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA. A Submarine Diver Narrates • Some of His Many Thrill . ing Experiences. LIFE HELD BY A MANILLA LIKE. The Feeling of Fear That Possesses a Man When He Goes Down for the First Time—" The Mind Fills With Ideas of What Is Past and What Is To Come "Learn ing "a Very Valuable Lesson While Recovering a Lest Shoe. V C — FTEU a sea-going experience *_ J. V of 15 years, chiving which I (A _\ have often bad cause to feel 1 ~ \ that I was face to face with / C~\ \ death, I cannot remember » — J d. _] ever having betrayed more deliberate symptoms of fear than I did when - about to make my first descent under water in the suit of a submarine diver. A cele brated philosopher and poet tats said that " as the memory relieves the mind in her vacant moments; and fills up the chasms of thought with ideas of what is past, we have other faculties that agitate and employ her upon what is .to come." That "what is to come" precisely describes fear, and as I ■food on tbe ...

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. — 28 September 1890

10 THE FIELD OF SPORT. A New Orleans Judge Who Hits .'. Hard at Pugilism. Hunters "Who Are Net Welcomed by Farmers. What the Amateur Athletes Are Doing. Coursing— The Elfl?. If aN the line of sport field shooting takes 'I a precedence at present. The season for precedence at present. The season for 15 ills, rabbits, snipe, ducks and other small game is . in.", in full blast, and the crack of the breech-loaders can be heard daily on marsh and hill. The season during which it was lawful to kill deer in Marin County closed on the 15th inst. ln Lake County it will close on the ISth of October. In all other counties it - will remain open until December loth. There has been quite a boom in amateur athletic sports since the new directors of ilia Olympic Club took charge of affairs. Handsome prizes will be given for competi • tion in the various lines of sport, and new men are expected to come to the front this , winter. The proposed great coursing meeting on the plains of Merced should cau...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 September 1890

Mr. Keene to Begin a Season of the Legitimate at : Hit? California. JJLIS STUDY OF "RICHARD HI." Continuations at the Rest of the Theaters— " The Crystal Slip per," a Sure Card— "A Man From Maine " Increasing in Popu larity—"The U. S. Mail " at the Bush-street — Carleton to Re open the Baldwin — The Luc-^, chesi Concert — Hoyt Coming Here With " A Trip to China town." The opening of Mr. Thomas W. Keene in "Richard III" to-morrow night at the New California— the first cf a series of legitimate performances by this now well vouched for actor— sends one to the books again. It is interesting to find how the general Shakes pearean text has been tampered with by playwrights and adaptors in successive periods of the history of the English stage, and that much of it accepted as the utter ances of the bard himself are but interpola tions. This is particularly true of the frarnrtj we are invited to witness at the New California. "Richard HE" says Huzlitt, '"may be considered as properly a sta...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 September 1890

12 BEAUTIES IN SAN FRANCISCO. In Eastern Theatrical Man De clares That There Are Many of Them. HE WATCHED THEM AND KNOWS. He Also Has Something to Say About Pretty Women Who Make Their Appearance on the Stage— Grace. ful Ones Are Required to Prop erly Interpret the Ideas of the Playwright— A Small Hand and Small Foot. "San Francisco seems to have more than its share of pretty girls," said a I representative of tho | "Crystal Slipper" Company to a Call porter. "I don't think 1 ever saw so many specimens of 'beautiful femininity as 1 have noticed on Kearny and Market streets lately on pleas ant afternoons— and all your afternoons re pleasant here. It is like bringing coals to Newcastle to bring beautiful women to San Francisco, aid yet ti.tre are eighty more beauties in thiscity to-day than there •were Inst week. Ihey came from the Chi cago Opera House wilh the company. In the construction of a spectacular extrava ganza such as we have, the impor tant elements are striking aud artisti...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 September 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. NEWHAVEN FISHER-FOLK. They Are Ilie Most Noted in the Whole World, so Says Ed ear L. Wakeman. SOMETHING OF THEIR HOME LIFE. The Fishing Village Is a Very An _ cient One— lt was There James IV's Great Warship, the Great ' Michael, Whose Sides Amidship "Were Padded With Solid Oak, » ■ Ten Feet Thick," Was Built. CT~\ 3!".W[I.\VKX (Scotland), Aug. J ». \ 1 f 18, 1800.— Whenever we think ±Z \'.\ )st nl! of fisher-folk, we usually •>\ . \. .^ [ associate than in our fancy ..." J C \ S with sea-walls of sublimity or 1 - — -l \/ shore - reaches of barrenness and desolation. Sea-gulls hovering near; skeleton craft bleaching in wind and _> weather; tide-swept coves, wind-whipped and gruesome, vary the picture, i'ut the harvesters of the deep ever recall pictures of sea rage, wraith and wreck. - The most noted fisher-folk in the world, these.of Newhaven, are differently envir oned. Their sea haunts, upon and at the ocean-mouth of tho transeendantly Firth of Forth, are of...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 September 1890

14 A STRANGE PUNISHMENT. WRITTEN FOR THE SUNDAY CALL BY EDGAR FAWCETT. ■h HE neighbors all looked upon lt as a very fiZi bappy marriage, looked upon passed since j -2 ua: pv marriage. A year bad passed since ||S Frank Amors came with bis delicate, '•J"^ golden-haired wife to live in lie little Chalet-like cottage Just at the foot of the hill. Adela Amory bad been the daughter ot a .New Yoik clergyman, and some of her recent asso ciates here iv I)— said of her that she was quite 100 prim and Puritanic to suit their taste at all. But here they were indeed wrong. Adela was merely shy and reserved. -I sometimes think," her husband would say to her, " that you are never just your real self except when you're with me." Then Adela's blue eyes would kindle, and per haps she would remain meaningly silent, perhaps she would gentry answer: "So long as that Is true, Frank. I've no reason for complaint." • hill! it nettled Frank a little to think that people should Imagine his wife dull and un c...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 September 1890

THE GLORY OF LAKE COMO. A Mirror-Like Sheet of Water That Reflects the Azure of an Italian Sky. SOME VERY PRETTY SKETCHES. The Town of Como— lts Beautiful Environs— Brief Description of Some of the Magnificent Villas Passed in a Ride From Como to Colico- Nesso and Its Fine Torrent— A View of Gravedona Palace. C "3 STILL remember the pleasure I ex- J J I perieuced when I found myself in mr ) Como after the smoky blackness of n / that long tunnel under the St. Goth- J I ard, for i; presented itself under *- — -1 charming circumstances, writes Henry iiaynie to the Boston Herald after a visit to the lake and its surroundings. In tie lake, a sheet of iter that reflects the azure of an Italian sky, were mirrored the lovely hills, country villas, parks, terraces and gardens that surround a city which has all the :§§-|l3§l!i^ r^? ■'{£■> i^. : .v.v'*v' '"^'t WAITISO FOR THE STEAMBOAT. gavety of th- 1 Booth, and widch is exceed ingly interesting by reason of its artistic monuments. . The p...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 28 September 1890

16 M. ALPHAND'S VIEWS ON THE WORLD'S FAIR. Tiie Master Mind of the Talis Exposition Expresses His Opinion. FRENCH EXHIBIT AT CHICAGO. How the Great Undertaking Ought to Be Arranged— The Gardens, Lawns, Fountains, Restaurants, Cafes and Other Features. ■ "Z. Timely Hints for the Directors at Chicago. • •C-s£ir m ™* i ***^^__t^^^ r^*__r^^_m~ C — p^TvAßlS, Sept. 8, 1890.— Al- J ) jphand, whose wonderful success r \-JJ\ii managing the Fans expo- S I sitlon last year made his name ,]. L about as familiar to Americans ;t_ _l as that of Washington or Sam Small, is a nice fatherly old man with a plump and comfortable, figure, and a face which re minds one of Barnum, Billy Florence. Bob Ingersollandalotof other pleasant people, though he doesn't resemble any of them particularly, lie lives and moves and lias lift being in the center of that vast hive of municipal Industry, the Hotel de Ville, and there conducts affairs more important than any exposition, as the Director-General of the Public...

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. — 29 September 1890

t ©>x-:-:o>>:-:-:'>:-:->:-:-:-:->:'.:-:-:-:-:-:-x.:.>:'S; 1 H HALF A THOUSAND! 1 IK ,- , 7 - . * — — x .... 5 $3 REAL ESTATE ADS IN SUNDAY'S CALL.... 51 V- . I** KEAL ESTATE ADS IN SUNDAY'S CHRONICLE..346 M j^j REAL ESTATE ADS IN SUNDAY'S EXAMINER...24S .*. X THESE FIGURES SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES! ft Ira -.-.-.-.••• .vv.-.-.-.v. •.-.-.-".-»-..-.-;%-. v.v.v.v IpJ VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 121. A COSTLY BLUNDER. An .Operator's. Mistake Leads to Disaster. A ° Train Wrecked and Sine Persons Killed. Another Collision— A Train Leaps a Trestle. A Former Resident of This City - SulTccated. %■-."- ■ — ■ Special to The _Uors-i.no Cali. Zane6\ille (Ohio), Sept. 28.— About 1 o'clock this morning a disastrous freight wreck occurred on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, near Pleasant Valley, a short dis tance west of this city. Orders were given for the cast and west bound freights to ass at Black Hand, but the operator at that I lace failed to deliver the order to the east bound train. L...

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. — 29 September 1890

2 SUNDAY SPORTS. Grand Shooting Festival at Har- bor View Butts. ■ ■ Scores at the Point, Honorary and Man Tar gets— Revival of Interest in Cricket. Hand - Ball Practice. Persons who yesterday wended their way . out toward the Presidio and the sunny slopes of the northern part of the city facing our beautiful bay, were much surprised by the constant fusllade of firearms at Harbor View. The California Schuetzen Club were celebrating their annual festival and more than two hundred marksmen had assem bled for the purpose of indulging in their favorite- pastime, and at the same time earn ing one or more of the valuable prizes which the club had placed fur open competition. These festivals are made an occasion for visiting cur city by the first-class riflemen • from all parts of the State. A good-natured rivalry always exists between marksmen , from the interior and the crack sho:sof this city, and each marksman does all in his power to win the distinction of being crowned shouting king ...

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. — 29 September 1890

5 w ___ _ MISCELLANEOUS. ___„ Zy _fi-^i---5-fcZ&t&^__&£*&fa.Z^'^s__f_*H UrTl_}^_\\r_\_\___ri______l-^ if VULGARLY SPEAKING, I MAKES ONE TIRED! | I . ■ h — ■ - •-::■ 1 I SO IS IT WITH LONG ADS. OUR STORY TO-DAY IS SHORT AND I SWEET AND BIGHT TO THE POINT, oil; SUBJECT IS OVERCOATS, | taken from the third chapter of Genesis Oil the WANTS OF .MAN. | "Man's wants are little here below, but wants that little long. " — Tolstoi, |j NOW FOB THAT if AN— wo have a list of OVERCOATS, from the short | and nobby box Overcoat to one that would be long enough for GOLIATH— were I no here to be fitted. g „ ■WE HAVE TAKEN IT TO-DAY A BIG LINE OF OUR S'2o OVER- g COATS AND ARE (.IU.NG TO GIVE YOU }: f 11 E j n r I & .rf M ftl ll fl FTAT/iti I *vUII I Jim A nil 1 1 HI Sir w lOF AIMY OF 'EM FOR i • THERE'S HUNDREDS TO SELECT FROM, among which you'll find some I? real beautiful garments, such as IMPORTED MELTONS in all shades, EN- 1 (H.l-II KERSEYS in nobby stele-. STYLISH WORSTEDS an...

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. — 29 September 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL. Ha* a larger circulation than any other newspaper r ui>lisl»-rl In San Francisco. rrM.ICATION OFFICE: 6"5 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock r. "■ BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market ,-,,.: near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; :-;-< Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock; 603 La; kin street, open until 8:30 o'lock, and 251 a .Mission Etxeet, open utilil 9 o'clork p. **. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: TATTY CALL (Including Sundays), f. per rear by rrsii, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY call. five cipicsiineeniomhs.sti 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve pages), si 50 per year, postpaid! SUNDAY CALL wd WEEKLY CALL **j 50 per year, postpaid. WEEKLY CALL (eight pages), $1 25 per year, post mid. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), $10. 6FECIAL NOTICE FOX TUE SU3IMEU xx' MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend point* to the country dur !i c ibe summer months eao th DAILI CALL mailed to them for a week or longer at regular sub sc...

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. — 29 September 1890

BUSINESS CHANCE'S. OORAn PARTNER WANTED; A FINE OPEN- iJOOUv. Ing: clearing MOO per month; it is a first-class livery aud boarding stable: one of our largest ami best in the city ; Is right in tbe center of the city: 22 horses; large stock of carriages, bug- gies ami rockaways. etc. ; Is not necessary for pre- vl .is experience: one of present owners Is leaving the city; a most thorough Investigation and a sure business guaranteed by the remaining partner, who is known ail over the city. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kearny st. It <57rtA HORSE- SHOEKS, ATTENTION" - A YD • UU. line shop tor sale; one of the very best bargains I lav.- ever seen in all mv- experience: magnificent stand : large trade; present owner i- -60 st timed that be will give a great bargain with a gnre business. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kearny st. It COXA FIRST -CLASS CORNER SALOON: 9. IJIJU. partner wanted: elegant place: splendid business: clears (175 to (225 per month; headquar- ters large : .-.'.-.. clubs: most popular |.i...

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. — 29 September 1890

6 THE SOCIAL WORLD. A Brilliant Cluster of Weddings .. . for the Near Future. Parties to Take Place- Woodbridee Church Entertainment— Party oa Stockton Street— Personal Notes. With the gradual decline of the year social festivities are assuming a more formal aspect. September has been a delightful month— a breathing-space of -mingled retro spection and anticipation. With Tennyson's maiden, society has been "standing with reluctant feet " on tlie dreamy borderland of reminiscence and possibility. Yet, as we stand and gaze, the distant possibility melts into a present issue, and we are floating from the brook to the river, soon to mingle in tie tumultuous sea of winter's gayety. No more cultured delight exists than the ex ercise of hospitality; and the all-important destinies of our daughters and sans find no more wholesenis atmosphere than that 'afforded by intelligent social intercourse. , Fathers and n. others wisely rejoice in the social enthusiasm around them, nor do they themsel...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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