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

H. B. M. S. WARSPITE. Arrival of the Flag-Ship of the Squadron of the Pacific. Ihe Largest Vessel lhat Eas Ever Entered the Golden Gate— A List cf Her Officers. Her Future Movements. Ilrr Britannic Majesty's armored cruiser "Warspite, the largest vessel that ever en tered the Golden Gate, steamed past Aleatraz about noon yesterday, giving and receiving the usual salute, and anchored in the stream about two miles from the sea-wall. The big war-ship was built at Chatham Pock-yard in 1884, and is 315 feet in length, 62 in breadth, 23 in depth of hold, draws 29 feet cf water, and has a displacement of nearly 9000 tons. She is llie flag-ship of the British Pacific Coast station, and a twin screw cf the first class. The compound engines have 10,000 horse power, and the rate of speed is 17 knots an lour. With a toned draught, it is claimed that the speed may be increased to lt>% knots. Appended is a complete list of the Wart-pito's officers: OFFICERS OF THE WAI.-TITI*. Hear- Admiral, Ch...

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. — 13 November 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Has a lanrer cli dilation llian any other news,. |.i.l» isl.-l I" S.in Francisco. Vi BLTCATIOH OFFICE: f-IVcntconiery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock r. H. KKANCH OFFICES: 710 Market - street, near Kearny, epen until 13 o'clock midnight: 339 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 iaikiTi street, open until o'clock : 2518Missloti street, open until 9 o'clock p. i_, and 118 Mntli • * Street, open until 9:30 p. M. SritSCItJPTION liATKS: DAILY CALL (Including Bundavs), S6 per year by .-.men. postpaid: IS cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, five copies, three months, SB 25. SUNDAY CALL ' (twelve pages). $1 50 per rear, postpaid. SUNDAY ..CALL and ttKLKLX CALL, $•_ 50 per year, post- aid. WEEKLY CALL (eight pages I, $1 '2:. per year, ...*. postpaid. Cubs of ten (sent to one address), $10. AVCTIO.X SALKS TO-DAY. li irMiiirv.-llv Ceo. V. Lamsou, at WVA Lush . -*. . at 11 ii clock. IVRNi-ri.RK.-By 15. 11. Fletcher - Co....

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. — 13 November 1890

BUSINESS CHANCE*. r.HiTin VERY' FINE OPENING CLEARING $250 per month: mlik route for sale; 45 cans per day; 5 horses. 2 wagons, and all the usual paraphernalia in connection wltb m>U busl- • • lie-.s- nearly all private trade this is something ex- * tra good: very best reasons given for selling. Ap- ply K. KENNY. 22 K..irny_st. no! 2 tf ' g I .;. i, ' FULLY SECURED: A GOOD MAN TO «j) I—l U.acl as treasurer In one of the best chances in ibe State: will be assured of 8200 per month clear: must lie steady, willing to nev. te his time lo ibe business. Apply K. KENNY, 22 Kearny street. __- ■ noS tf To SELL OUT YOUR BUSINESS PROMPTLY FOR cash, go tol. D. BARNARD. 114S Market St , bet. Slason and Taylor; estabilshed 1859. It* COS. A WOOD AND COAL YARD WITU 5 iTOiiVf. years' lease; now sheds and buildings; cost $150: most positive bargain. I. D. BARNARD, 1148 Market St.. near Taylor. li» ffilQ/jn HOTEL 111 SINESS; LOCATED NEAR tf? 1 Ol'U. large factories: 60 regular boarders: large trans...

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. — 13 November 1890

6 _____tO_t__-S. ■ OLIDAT GOODS ON WEEKLY PAYMENT? AT H astern Clock Co.. stock ton st. nol 33m „*,;- MARKP.T-if.-BEST 11. ; 149 I lai.-st improved machine; work guaranteed. IRS Nl IV ..o illS FOR IHANKSUIMNG— • i' 5-ir; nil test New England mlnce meat, OOc: 1-B nil-tares lOe; •'> Its best new citron, lemon and 7,7 '■■'■ pi-el, *1, only 20c per lb: 14 lbs best new currants, fi; 12 lbs best new Muscatel raisins, *i- ' 6 Its best new mixed nuts. $1; 7 lbs best new California walnuts, $1; 10 Its best new German prunes, $1 ; 8 Its best French prunes, fl: 21 Its best new figs, tj. 16 Its best dry granulated sngar. fl: 20* lbs light brown, fl: Dupce's best Chicago hams. l.'c per It; Cn.eag" sugar-cured Hams, lie per ir every ham warranted: best Point Keyes butler 70c per roll; .Mission fresh eggs (warranted I, 40c » dozen, ranch eggs 35c a dozen, very clu'lee eggs aoc- .-1 liurtank potatoes, l'/ic a It; New York rreaiu cheese. 2 Its for 25e; 58 fresh soda crackers, 10c: Point Reyes fir...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 November 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD. Two Successful Institute Parties Last Evening. : 7 Tarty en Union Street— A Santa Cruz Wed ding—Hudson Party in Sonoma County, Lyceum Company Feted. The Signal Corps, Second Brigade, X. G. C., v* ill give a parly this evening at Union square Hall. The marriage of Miss Virginia Wheaton to Mr. William 11. Dixon in Sacramento last June was mode public to her friends in Berkeley last week. The fete of the Veiled Prophet was the last all-absorbing si cial event in St. Louis. Among the gin throng at Ite concluding ball were Mrs. William Lautou and Miss Mi-ie Law of this city. Mr.-. Modini-Woud of Los Angeles gave a farewell lunch party last week to Miss Jennie Winston, the vocalist, who conies to this city this week. A reception will be tendered to Assistant Bishop W. F. Nichols next Saturday after noon at Pasadena. Fllzc«'rfil(l->'«*lS(in TVccldlpff in Ortliland. Mr. Edward L. Fitzgerald, brother of Commissioner R. M. Fitzgerald, and Miss Edith L. Kelson were married...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 November 1890

8 THE IVETT MURDER. SS&kiag Evidence of a Cold- Blooded Assassination. Eiery Boae in the Victim's Head Broken Witb a Blnnt Instrument. Testimony Given Before a Coroner's Jury. Rigid Examination of the Dead Man's Brother-In-Law. Special to The Morning Cali. Merced, Nov. 12.— Another day has passed and the officers are apparently as much in the dark as regards the murder of John Ivett as ihey were on Monday morn ing, when they reached the scene of the tragedy. A Coroner's jury, assisted by Dis trict Attorney Breckinridge, made a thor . lugh examination and found out enough to place suspicion on August Olsen, a brother of Mrs. Ivett, who was giveu a rigid exam ination, but, although questioned closely. he did not give himself away. August Olsen is a man about 31 or 32 years of age, a native of Sweden, heavy set, medium height, large head and low forehead. He is the youngest sou, there being four brothers and sisters— two of each. His father is dead, and be resides with his mother n...

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. — 14 November 1890

.- ; j rlifEN BY ITS OWN SHOWINGTf -*? EXAMINER'S FIC3-XJK,ES. |,V __' column* of Advertisements fn Sunday's Pavers: >„" ■ fBEATEN BY ITS OWN SHOWING ! I EXAMINER'S FiaURES. I J 1 Columns of Advertisements in Sunday's ravers: ■ f_\ KXAMINER Tii.-.. Equal 3900 Squares. '• • K\ CHRONICLE 54. Nut In It. £• ?'[ (V 1.1... 1.. 61*4- Equal 3085 Squares. |^» Ci Mil ill'i.Y THE EXAMINER BY 40, CALL BY 49. » i> i*--*-***-*-*r*-*i* ; ioir*r*'oio.i*i»^i»i>'*^*i*T'^ VOLUME LXVII-NO. 167. DEMOCRATIC HOSTS Assembled to Honor Allen 6. <- - Thnrman. Celebration of the Sewnly-seientli Anni- Yersary of His Eirth. Congratulations Pour In Upon "The Old . Reman" From All Parts cf the Ccuntrj— Cleveland's Speech. Ffccial to The Mobniko Cali. Columbus, Nov. 13.— The capital of Ohio, In the events of this day, has become a veritable Mecca of the Democracy. To this city have come all the prominent Democrats of the country at large to pay homage to the " Old Roman," Allen G. Thurman, on the occasi...

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

2 COOPER COLLEGE. Ked ical Graduates Awarded Their Pi lilo mas. Tie Eost of Professor Levi Cooper Lane, ' President of the Institution, Ceremon iously Unveiled. :'. The annual commencement exercises of Cooper Medical College took place last night iii the new auditorium of the college, corner of . Saciiiuiepto and Webster streets. Tho assembly occupied every seat that could be ' pressed into service. ■• " The exercises possessed more than or dinary interest, inasmuch as the recent ad dition to the college building was dedicated to. the cause of medical instruction. This addition is also the gift of Professor Lane to '. the faculty. Eight years ago the commence ment exercises were made commemorative l.y the gill of the main eolleee building to .the faculty by Pr Cesser Lane. The struc ture co»t hitu nearly $100,000. The addition ■i's a little larger than the main building. The college as it stands now has cost about ,'JJSO,COO. In appreciation of Professor Lane's gene . rosity, the fa...

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. — 14 November 1890

'7 MISCELLANEOUS. :_..J_^„ HAVE YOU HEARD THE NEWS FROM DO YOD NOW Whatabeautifulplaceitwasnaturally? Ofl Vfill UMiWhi That we have ? raded ci s ht miles ° ll ■ '•'' &l_\tlW streets there within the past two U lUU S\lliH! months? nn vnii _! U n lA/ That we have built over twelve miles li U IU U Ml Ulf of fencing within six weeks past ? Ofl Villi If 11 A HI That we are planting shade trees in U lUU ft 11 UVI fiont of every lot? OH VHBi tf __\ \ki "^at a store hotel and several fine resi- II fllll fxNlJsa' dences are already under course of con- « j I\n Yflll yMfiyi That Sp^ng Valley Water is already on UU lUU Ml U W the ground for those who build ? OH VnSB UA- n ihi That this beautiful place is but thirty I J lUU r* la il wa minutes from Market and Kearny W SWW IlllWttf streets, and that the prices are less than one-half of any other propeity equally distant ? DO VnSI yyflm That in twelve months Lakeview lots U lUU Ml olf will sell for double present prices? If you really wish to...

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

4 THE MORNING CALL I Has a larger circulation than any other j new— ., per piil.ii.-ln- I '" San Francisco. rz^^r^r^zzzzrrrrzz^^z - I'IBI.K Uli «>• I ICE: • ft. Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 ■ o'ciork r. »i. UKAM'H OFFICES: 710 Market street, near Kearny, open until 19 o'clock midnight: S.i'j llnye. street, open '".ill 9: SO o'clock: 603 Larkin street, open until 9:3o o'clock; 2518 Mission street, open until 9 o'clock r. _„ and 118 Math street, open until 0:30 r. m. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: DAILY CALL (Including Sundays). 90 peryear by mail, pot paid; 15 cents per week, or 05 cents per calendar montu through carriers. DAILY CALL. five copies, throe moulds. to '.'.'>. BUS HAY* CALL (twelve pages), *1 50 pei jear. postpaid. SUNDAY CALL and WEEKLY CALL, fi 50 per year, post paid. WEEKLY CALL (eight pages). (1 '25 per ;. ear. postpaid, tilts of ten sent to one address). 10. WE AT II li PREDICTIONS. Signal Service, I". S. Ark v.i Division Hi lIT 1- Pacific, J fA\ F&as ...

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

BUSINESS ITHANCK-. C./.-A COI Fl SAI HON ANDKKSTACKANT; %Mi« everything new: business $750 and over amonth. LESS * Co.. 17 Fuurtn sL lt» "cTIJ-.-i,! SALOON, CITY' FRONT; FULLY' <_ !- , '" ! . worth $28*0; trade averages $35 "to $45 a day; must he sold: Investigate this unit nnl barcaln. M L BS A CO.. 17 Fourth St. It* : CsyaiWl*" ,; WHOLE $5000 OK HALF— tJOuvlU old-established beer-botiliug business near city: bottles over 40 barrels beer per week; Ir.iiior business connected, with $4000 stock on hand; also saloon trade $300 to $500 month: 8 fine liurses. wagons .i.l everything requisite lor iloiug immense trade; owner engaged In other business and must sell or obtain Interested partner: good lease: sure fortune for right party. M. LESS A- Co., 17 Fourth St., near Market. It* V ! «A(V CO RN FIR . GROCERY AND BAR: «5 I.O'". fine horse: mgon; large stock on hand: doing big bar trade: must be sold: positive bargain. M. LESS A Co.. IT Fourth st, lt* < I Cl 111 SALOON NEXT TO CORNE...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 14 November 1890

6 AH, WHAT? . - jf- -"- room was ablaze unit tbe music was : R(_t\ In s'.'.ft.'une.erlttg strains at tbe end ot the ■ When she lined her flower., half laughing, halt ■ ' And gave me right shyly art se and a glance. ' A tender blush rose like the heart of a cupld, A Kiance like the opeulng of ll.m-jjs in May; But lire rose bad a thorn and my Anger was crim son .1. And In the rose petals a little eir lay. She saw the small wound with a sweet perturbation, Wltbejessoltly pier...! .in i lips halt apart She gave me ncr kercblsl to bind up my finger— All ' what will sbe pive mc to bin. l un my neart? Fki:i'|:i;ii- I.amii.kv luJuil_;*_, . . - — fi. HEIR TO A DUKEDOM. "^[^"WWMfgffTfjßyfrFn i ii M|LL l j_yjFf___________BH_____w_____W--i CHAPTER ll.— Continued. POOB OLD EVANS. I-T WAS a voice, soft yet commanding, K_ that roused her from her stupor of ti-r --1$ ror. The gentleman who had led Mr. .' Raeburn into the room had placed him in a chair, rung for a sponge and warm water, and was now ...

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 November 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD. Another Day Amid the Pretty Booths nt bring Hall. Ihe Signal Corps Hop — Two Preibyterian Church Entertainments— Li Doce Musi cal«—Personal Hotel, A cricket match will take place to-morrow at the Alameda grounds between an eleven of the British cruiser Warspite and the Pacific Cricket Club. The officers' team will be captained by Lieuteuant Sir It. K. Ar hutlmott. Bart. Mrs. Edna Snell Poulson recently gave 3 dinner complimentary to Mrs. S. C. le ' Moyne at the Hotel Pleasantou. A few artist acquaintances were invited to meet the -Ltt^t of the occasion. Invitations have been issued for an after noon reception to be given by the Misses Sweet at their residence, 2330 Pacific avenue. •La Volta L. and T. Society will be "at home " this evening hi Saratoga HalL A reception » ill be tendered to the officers and members of Minerva and Ore Kino Par j. rs, X. D. G. W.; of San Francisco, by Alameda Parlor, No. is. Native Daughters, ""iii Masonic Hail, Alameda, this evening. ...

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 November 1890

8 THROUGH A TRESTLE. Accident to the Southern Pa cific Overland Train. Fiie Persons Killed and Nearly all the Passengers Injured. Corrected List of the Casualties — Sad Scenes at the Wreck— The Railroad Com pany Censured by a Coroner's Jury. Epeclal to Tub Morsixo Call. Salem (Oregon), Nov. 13.— shortly past 8 o'clock last night the overland Southern Pacific passenger-irain, or Califor nia express, went down with the north end of the long trestle crossing what is known as Lake Labash, about a half mile north of the Chemawa Indian Training-school, five miles from Salem. The trestle must have given away as soon as the engine struck it, and the train and the trestle all went down together. The engine was overturned aud half buried al most in the mud. Following this were the tender, mail, bag cage ond express car?, twisted and broken entirely out of shape. Then followed the first-class day coach, which was saved from going over by alight ing with tlie front end on an old tree broken off...

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 November 1890

' BEATEN BY ITS OWN SHOWING 1 EXAMINER'S FIGURES. Columns of Advertisements in Sunday's Tapers: , EXAMINER.. ."."".. *'.-_. Equal 3900 Squared. CHRONICLE r.4. . Not 111 it. - • CVII Hi**- Equal 3035 Squares. MULTIPLY THE EXAMINES BY 40. CALL BY 49. . VOLUME LXVII— NO. 168. WITHOUT FLINCHING. J. Reginald Birctiall Expiates His Crime. Hanged for the Mal Mnrder of His Friend, F. C. Benwell. Hot a Sign of Fear Displayed Throughout the Terrible Ordeal— His Last Public Statement. Special to The Morning (______. Woodstock, Nov. 14.— At 8 :_. o'clock this morning Reginald Birchall was launched into eternity for the murder of bis fellow countryman, F. C. Benwell. Airs. Birchall remained in the cell with her husband till 1 o'clock this morning, when she was led away weeping. ..Birchall slept but little, but his demeanor during the night remained unchanged. He had an impression that some one would publish a bogus confession, so- he prepared the following as his final statement: EIBCHALI.'S LAS...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 November 1890

2 FEDERATED TRADES. , Befall Shoe-Stores Are Asked to Close at 7 O'clock. .' President Valentine on the Holders' Strike. Boycotts on Hand by the Conncil. Reports Frcm Unions. A meeting of the Council of Federated Trades was held last evening at the coun cil's hall. 597 Mission street. Presideut Fuhr man in the chair. The following uew dele gates presented their credentials and were admitted to scats: Iron-molders' Union, No. Edward K. Harper vice James Wilson, resigned, and Joseph F. Valentine vice John l'aterson. resigned. Kttail Shoe Clerks' Association— Solomon in place of .lames Farren. Boot and Shoemakers' White Labor League— J. D. Nelson vice J. J. Reilly, re- signed. WSO Box-sawyers' and Nailers' Union of Call . fornia— O. A. Clegg vice J. E. Fischbeck. United Brewery Workmen's Union— ! Timothy C. Hainan, vice Charles Beichart, resigned. Retail Clerks' Early-closing Association — Gardiner, Fontenena and Dyas. 'Delegate Martin Solomon of the Shoe Clerks' Union stated that the ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 November 1890

A PARTING KICK Taken by the Reform Democrats at Ex-Hoss Uuckley. They Congratulate Themselves and Demand That the Political Guerrillas Be Tarawa Over the Battlements. ' The following address has been issued by the Reform Democrats: To the Democracy of the Slate of California; The Couulv Committee ol Regular Keforiu Demociacy of the cilv and county ol Sau Fran cisco hereby send yeu greetings for the notable victory of the Democratic parly In the Sines east oi ihe llocky .Mountains, aud also desue to call attention lo ihe general vlcioiy lor Hue Democracy accomplish: at the polls in the cuy and county of San Fraucisco on .November 4tu In the ovciilnow of lbe desperate, dangerous, despotic, corrupt, treasonable oigaiuz.iiiou known as Ihe Buckley machine, which bad reached such audacity and become so notoriously ue synonym lor conuptlou ami disloyalty to me pmty as to render Democratic victory in this Stale forever impossible while It existed. That machine Pas beeu built up by stilklng ...

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

4 ':;• ■ THE MORNING CALL H«» a larecr circulation thnn any other '' urn-Mi l>ei iiublisliH I in Son Francisco. PI ItI.KVTInN Oil'ICE: -SiSMontgemeri street, near Clay, open until 11 .' "o'clock r. m. Ills AMU OFFICES: 710 Market , ■'■ "fit reel, near Kearny, wen until 12 o'clock midnight: "• Sat* Uric- street, open in. til 9:30 o'clock; 603 - - -Lark In street, open until 9 o'clock; ¥."> Is Mission '-■ street, open until 9 o'clock P. a., and 110 Math .- street; open until 9:30 p. v. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: PAILT CALL (including Sundays), $0 per year by mall, postpaid; 13 cents per week, or 05 cents per ■ calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, dye copies, three months. Jit '-'."•. SUNDAY CALL -,*•• (twelve paces). »1 60 per rear, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL and WEEKLY CALL. #2 60 per year, post paid. WEEKLY CALL (right pages.), $1 25 per year, -, postpaid. Cubs of ten (sent to one address), $.10. WEAIHEB l'KKlllC'lioNS. SIONAt SEB\-rcF., 11. S. AMI ) Division ok Hi 1- 1' li i 111....

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

IirSIN'KSS CHANCES. '■'• f. ii- iil'i' FFESAI.oON ANDRESTAUKANT; ' ■Oi'""- everything new; business 5760 and over .a month. LESS A CO., 17 Fourth st. lt» -' I -/oi SALOON, CITY FRONT; FULLY -• £*■ J i ?'"'• worth 52500; trade averages #35 to "ii". a day: must be soli; Investigate this uuusual .'. bargain. .v. LFSS A- CO.. 17 Fourth st. It* -' •I "11 I CORNER GROCERY AND BAR; , Jliii'o. ''"' horse: wagon; large stock on "-. baud: doing big bar trade; must be sold: positive bargain. M. LESS A- Co.. 17 Fourth St. It* ..,-ti/i SALOON NEXT TO CORN!:!! MAR- «>lUUl'.ket st.: large stock liquors; lias al- ways done Id? 1 uslness; see this bargain to-day. M. . . LESS A CO.. 17 Fourth st. it* ..£./<,- A CORNER GROCERY AND BAR: 4 tTU»IU. good living rooms; selling only account . sickness: establish -.1 corner; full value. M. LEsS A CO.. 17 Fourth St. ■ it* g, 1-A SALOON, SIXTH ST., WITH POOL • I*- table; ea sblished 16 years; selling ac- . count oilier busiuess: must be sold. M. LESS, 17...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 15 November 1890

6 LOVE IS BLISU, ' _ - MAID went out to promenade, ' All on a summer morning; B^fl Her hair was banged : she was arrayed _______ in brand new gown of noisy shade, m/« * s „ built around that It displayed Her natural adorning. Her face was anytttlnft hut sweet, licr step aught else than airy : jy-o tarment that she wore was neat. And she Had No. 7 feet, U ut yet tin* man she came to meet Called her his "little talry." Ashland rresa. HOW THE FATES DECIDED IT. ji£.:TJHO'LL ask him? I will. I'm not Sw/5 afraid of Mr. Arthur St. Claire, if ty.al;.^ he is the Principal of F.ollist. n Academy." "S-sh!" whispered a warning voice. "Don't speak so loudly; he'll hear us." "Don't care," is the retort, though in some what modified tone. It was All Hallow's eve, and a party of young people were standing in the vestibule of Bolliston Academy, debating if it were or were not a wise plan to ask Mr. St. Claire, who always spent his evenings at the acad emy, if they might come there at 12 o'clock ■nd ...

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