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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 May 1890

BOARD OF EDUCATION. Bids Received for Building a New School-House. 1 ho usual somnolence of Hie Hoard of Educa tion meetings was broken In ui.ou last evening by Hip presence of a large number or persons In terested in bids for tup; Jylnc the School Depart ment with liirnlture, coal, hardware and other necessaries. All the bids were referred to tue appropriate committees alier rending. '1 lie Classification Committee reported In favor •'! leccniuiCiidiiiK Miss Caroline Beckwitli and Miss Kloriae Green for State educational diplo mas and that Llie following iiroballonar; teacliers be elected irgulai le.iclieis in Hie department: Alissei Rose C. <ia)laftlier, Josephine Cnhnand Allies J. Connolly, Irving primary; Blaueue Hates and May Suioaton, (JbureU-atreet primary, . rid Carrie M. Bar ron, Lincoln evening. These recommendations were adopted, Mi-s Claia Someiset, assistant teacher In the 1 i. hi klip Urammar School, was eranted leave of at>-enc- f 1 0111 May Bill to May Mill. I ...

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. — 29 May 1890

8 CAUGHT IN THE ACT. Railroad Employes Arrested for Opium-Smuggling. Suicide of an Ex-District Attorney on His Child's GraYe. ft Jury Secured to Try the Clarke Burglary Case at Woodland— Patrons of Husbandry. . Special by the California Associated Press. Poini.AM'. May 28.— The Custom house offi cials seized 310 lael tun ol opium liere last evening at 7 o'clock. John Mays, a brakeman on tbe Northern Racine Hallway, ana a freight conductor, whose name is unknown, were ar rested in the act <! transferring the stuff to a Chinese store on Second Mi-et-t. The opium was brought la ou a Haiti from Tacoiua. •■ THE GOODWIN MURDER. The Kystery Sirrour.diLir the Assassination in a Fair Wav to Be Unraveled. Sacramento, May 28.— Despite the unsatis factory results of the Coroner's jury and police investigation Into the mysterious murder of Kdwaid Uoodwin last Sunday morning near this city, the mystery bids fair to be soon unraveled, if it Is not already so. Goodwin, with Bis dying breath, tol...

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. — 31 May 1890

Read "A Modern Maud Muller" in THE SUNDAY CALL VOLUME LXVII— NO. 182. TERRIBLE FATALITY. An MM Trail Dashes. Mo ai Op Drawlrite fill Awful Eesul s. A CATASTROPHE CAUSED BY SOME BODY'S CARELESSNESS. IT I Thirteen People Drowned Prominent Citizens Perish ■Beneath the Waves. Intense Excitement at the Webster- Street Bridge — Miraculous Es ■ -.. cape of Many Passengers From Death— Distressing Scenes at . the Morgue. A few minutes past 2 o'clock yesterday after noon the narrow-gauge train from San Fran cisco to Oakland, which left the city at 1:45 f. m., pluuied into the open drawbridge at First aud Webster streets, Oakland. The locomotive and front car went to the .bottom, but their weight broke the tram in two and the lest was saved. THE LAST (THISTLE. Little Is known of the disaster save that thir teen or more lives were Instantly hurled to eternity. Just before the locomotive made Its fatal leap there was one long whistle, which was silenced as the 1 comotive plunged Into the cold de...

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. — 31 May 1890

2 THE OLYMPIC CLUB ATHLETES. They Won tlie Much . Coveted Cli;in!i)ioiishii> Pennant by Several Points. fflt EXCELLENT DAY'S SPORT. Opening of the New Grounds— Three Thousand People Witness the Games- A Strong Wind Retards the Speed of the Sprinters. Coursing, Tennis and Other Games. afierncon of the Olympic Club's new and hand some athletic grounds adjoining tlie Gulden i. ate Park. A lull and correct description ol the grounds appeared la The Call a lew weeks, ago. aud it huffices at tills time to state only [bat tbo Olympic Club lias as comfortable and neatly constructed athletic grounds as any organization ol its kind Ameilca can boast of. King Boreas was evidently feeling out of sorts when Starter Davidson ordered ''the talking horses" up for the opening eveut. The wind whistled over tie s-aud-dunes, and, as ttie horses flew by, developed into a regular Frisco hurri cane. The Hue particles ol cinder which coveted the tracn weie wafted fiom their bed, and joined the riouds of...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 31 May 1890

HONORING THE NATION'S DEAD. Memorial Dry Observance by Il!O,jGiiii:d Army of the Bepnblic. CEREMONIES AT THE CEMETERY. Parade of Veterans, Regulars and Citizen Soldiers — Flowers Strewn on Graves— Henry C. Dibble's Oration — Evening Exercises at the Opera House. Each year the ceremonies which mark Me morial u..y arc mote Imposing aud Iminessivo. As me lime goes by and Hie veterans of i he war jeelhWr ranks brlog iblaiird out lij the uivin cllle liurvr sicr Death, tliey seem hi cling closer together anil cherish th« hallowed memories which suiiruiKt Hie day upon winch they pay tiibute wttu naluie'e (air blossoms to tho-e who Lave bet-n called to their Dual muster. The weather was not a> propitious yesterday as luißlii have been desired. 1 lie sun's rays were obscured by dark clouds, and a raw wind I ie« cluuds of dust through smi.o o( Hie streets, lathe business quarter ul He city there was a ueral suspension of trade. Beginning early In the day laige uun.ber* (if people Rucked ou...

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. — 31 May 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Has a larger circulation titan any oilier newspaper published In San Francisco. 1.1 CATION OFFICE: t. .■ I Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 c : clock r. m. HUANcn OFFICES: 710 Market felrcet, near Kearny , open until 12 o'clock midnight; £S9 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock; 003 laikin street, open until 9:30 clock, and "SltS ■Union street, open until 9 o'clock p. m. SIVBSCKMTION BATES: DAILY ('ALL (Including Sundays), $6 per year by rn«)!,-postpaid: Iftccttta per week, or «5 rents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CAM.. five copies three months. 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve I ages), $1 PO per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL aid WEEKLY CALL »'-' 50 per year, postpaid. wkeki.y CALL (eight pages), -i '.'5 per year, post laid. Clubs of ten (sent to one addrtas), $IU SPECIAL NOTICE FOB THE SUMMER MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend going to the country dur ing tbe suninier months can have Til V. DAILY CALL mailed to them for a. week or longer at regular sub...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 31 May 1890

I'.ISINF.SS CHANCES. 4: I* £< 11 1 fP.OCERY-STOKE AT A GREAT SAC- «_. I . t\l\'. r. I. ..;.:,<■, tut: one block from Huh x ii Market: handsome store and bar; one pictures- lar«e stock:; actual value for $2000: owner com- -1 ciicil t« leave the 1 ItJ at once: one of the best busi- iiess locations in the city; come at once, K. lv KN N V, 22 Ken ny st. It ,<}() I'ARTNER WANTED IN A FIRST- nO\J\J. class livery, boarding and sale stable witn 1 line stage route, carrying the U. S. Mall, con- uccted; is In one of the most desirable Interior towns; doing a large business, and sure for $600 per iiii'iilli clear profits; no previous experience re- i-uireil: part] will have to ass.st In looking after the cash ami plain accounts, etc'; the business is get- ting so large that owner wants an Interested party to assist him; large stock of horses, bug lea stages, etc.: a most thorough investigation allowed; sure to double inside of one year. Apply to K. KENNY, 23 hoaniy st. ■ - . it. V9llf...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 31 May 1890

6 TUE WOKD OK < 111 1 K. IS It a kind word ii.-.i ie ? l.lse leave it still unsaid. The world la thick with thorns for lilooms. Wllh atones where should lie bread. The hrartnehes are so many, The hurts tint men must bear) And >l.. > -i tiring heavy burdens Of heavy ..:. \ . m t ar. . It may with fancy sparkle. Hr (In im h - .:i nne, Aid those « Uo I!-: may cheer you \s nil prals.o as sweet as wmc. Hut lias it aught of comfort— This wortl *■! i en or tongue— ot hel]' tor iiti>-L- « liv stl ll^Kll', Ol hope for those » ho ioiiu ? The world needs sunshine, dearie, Sweet words that tall IIKe i.ll— Ha in for its wouad :i-blee>liug, its . souls bespent witbtoiL Tim world needs courage, darling, lir.tvi- words of faith a:.'l cheer, A Cordial [or Its ratullug, Like music to tlie oar. Oh, Rive such In full measure; All Joy, all Kindness, bring: lint leave unsaid Hj tongue or pen ■lhe word thai liulil* a suns. ■ I.i i. > Thomas, In Harper l Bazar. MY TYPE-WRITER. f^iOU the l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 31 May 1890

ACROSS THE BAY. The Two Memorial Services Were Largely Attended. Josiah Stanf.rd's Testament-A Pickpocket Caught in the Act— Revenue Taxes Due UnclaEam. Tlieie was a larpe attendance at the memorial services at Mountain View Cemetery yesteiday forenoon, The jnoceksion was formed at the cemeleiy sate hi accoiclauce wlUi tlie programme published. After enclrcllDK ilie plat of the Grand Anr.y by li;e conn ade«, members otllie Woman's Kcllel (en Ladles of tlie U. A. X.. L : uiou Yet er:uis' Union and Sons of Veterans, a few re ll,arks weio made by. Grand Marshal llussey, orders were re.d by Adjutant ilar blHon, an nddresß was delivered by Commander Wilson, prayer uPei.ed by ( nai'lain Ctlbouo and an eloquent oration de liver, a by Ke». Dr. lloiton. Jlie ladies sang "Nearer,- My God, to Tliee," "America" was sung by/the assemblage, led by Captain W. R. Thomas. and Rev. Dr. Iloiton pioaounced a benediction. Flowers were strewn upon the ayes and the ceremonies closed wlto three volleys by ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 31 May 1890

8 WITH LOVING HANDS. Heroes' Graves Strewn With Flora's Treasures, ImpressiYfl Decoration Day Ceremonies Throughout the Land. Unveiling of the Garfield Monument at Cleveland — Senator Ingills' Speech at Gettysburg. °„ Special by tne California Associated Press. Cleveland. May 30.— There were 200,000 '■ Kmcers Id tlie city and the weather wasde- . "'lljcblful for the dedication of the field monu me in to-day. Alter daybieak nothing could be beard i,o ve the. toll of drums and the blare of .tiumpet«, a* coluii'iii, after column cf troops and civic locieiies i their turn the depots to their respective headquarters. .' At noon Chief Marshal Barnett started the ' proce«flon towaid; l.nke Vl»w Cemetery. Tbe cemetery was reached 81 2:30 o'clock, and ibere was a thunder bt camion as I'iesident Harrison's earrlige beared ibe head of the procession and passed under tie triumphal aich panning the cemeteiy gates. • ' :. .. ■ ' v '•-.'■ . . ; president Harrison and tjoveinor Campbell occupl' d t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 1 June 1890

■ — ~ ! READ • The Sunday Call THE BEST NEWSPAPER. VOL. LXVIII.-NO. 1. THE DISASTER AT THE BRIDGE. Additional Particulars Regarding the Railroad Horror in Oakland. HO MORE BODIES YET FOUND. The List of Dead Thought to Be Complete— Curious Thousands Visit the Morgue to View the Drowned — Injured Survivors. Martin Kelly's Funeral. The Webster-street drawbridge disaster was almost the sole theme of conversation at San Francisco, Oakland and tbe suburbs yesterday, and at an early hour thousands of anxious in quirers lor Mends and curious spectators thronged me Oakland streets In search of auy additional Prior million. the crowd at the bridge was great even at an early hour, and It so continued all day. " They have been bothering me at Ihe Morgue since early thl? morning," said Coroner I-.veis; " and when 1 told them that the bodies bad ail been removed I have still been harassed, and some did uol want to believe that I was telling the truth." rr At 6 o'clock yesterday morning the Corone...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 1 June 1890

2 STEPHEN M. WHITE'S ANNOUNCEMENT. The Los Angeles Lawyer Willing to Succeed Stanford in the Senate. IN FAVOR OF A DISECT VOTE. President Harrison's Letter to a Los Angeles Republican Club—Lev ees on Union Island Give Way and Thousands of Acres of Grain Flooded — Suicide of a Sacra mento Woman Under Distress ing Circumstances. Special by the California Associated Tress. 1.08 ANGELES, May 31.-Hon. Stephen M. While to-day formerly announces bis candidacy for United States Senator on the Democratic ticket in the following letter: 1..,, as.., i . - (Cal.), May 29. 1890. To lluriftie Germain, Chairman of the Ilanucratic -Kiccntiit' Committee of Los Angeles County— l)l 111 Sir: Some time ago the Democratic Executive Committee of Los Angeles County was kind enough to pass a resolution requesting me to announce my self as a candidate tor the Lulled States Sen ate. The committee , ... attracted my attention to the j;ro-» Inn sentiment favoring the selection of lulled States Senators by direc...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 1 June 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. FROM BELFAST TO BANGOR BY STEAMER. A Glimpse at Sonic of tbe Beau •5 r ties of the Even-Green Isle. MAGNIFICENT PANORAMIC VIEWS Picturesque Shores of County Antrim and Sweet County Down— Green Slopes and Wooded Glens That (Are Ever Attractive— Pretty Cot \. tages, Handsome Villas and An tiquated Ruins. Written for Ins Sunday Call Though Scotia's lofty mountain With savage grand* reigns. Though brlgnt be England's fountains And fi-nlir- be her tins; i ' "When 'midst their charms I wander Vl thee 1 Ilril.k tin- while, Arrr: see ■ of tb c the louder, „M\ , W tt, ll' ' .!r .ir .1r i:. Isle. Ai.ri irom iin-e. sojourning i. tslgb or miii c. 1 cull thee still, Uavourueen, . _■ Sly own, my dear green Isle. 1 DATED on a sheltered bay of tho . «*£»£ same name, Bangor, with its streets \l-__l''j of white bouses and pretty, detached villus, is a welcome sight to the homeward bound sailor as lie enters into the well known waters of Belfast Lough. This sea side resort was a place ...

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. — 1 June 1890

4 :^-:&:ftdrHE-- MORNING call V'.'-flii''.»<- l l»ii"r\ : pJr«miatioii than any other ■..ienipaperriililislied In San Francisco. VI r.i.K ATIIIN 111 IKE: - 'VVt^ntßcJiuery- street, clay, open until 11 :':*-ci«r : t^.'M:.\iiKANCH OFFICES: 710 Market • • c iiearii j', open until 12 o'clock luiiluiglit ; •••;•'. :::■ Haysi street, open iuntir.9:3o o'clock; 60J •". > ; iarKiiji Mi-pot, rpen ■nntll : -9 : :t0 . o'lock,-. and •»™ , ; iiltsioii' ttreet; or^n.niit:! 9 o'clock '• "■ PI ISStltll'l KATES: ' /V'DilitCAttrJnctnilinijSunilaysJ.Sßreryearby /.-■lhiiivposti>Vmi-Js'.i"?hta l'« week; 0r.65 cents per ■ ■tilenrtirVuontlitiiVMEiicarrifra. : Ml.i (.All., five. :VVc;pifiili : reeiwmto.>.o: 25,>UNDA.y CALLft^elTe ■ ■''. ■■V«6esjV*r i : sD..p'er;-y-eW, postimid. sINDAV CALL ■ '■'■: -JVii \vi i:K>.\'.*Al.'ir-*2;*o per vent, postpaid.. ■ ■Vi 1 ( ALL (Cish? P*ga)i »1 25 per year. )>oit i«:i.. . t.ul» of!'. (Hent'to-one :i-l-- r- s^'. f 10. ; ■ «il'rti.VL -NOTICE F«K THE...

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. — 1 June 1890

■;'.Xj-.->. : -;-.. , . ! ' «'ITY REALESTATE^^^ *"^sn CHU i I "- M~ALL'sr"EK AND LOTT; ...sIr'OU.UUU. 60-vara and Improvements; asa „w hole or In subdivisions. U. H. UMBSEN A CO., : ;,'.lV;'Mpiit-i'oiiiery st jel SnTnTh 8t '■''Cf'Tn'ni ill STOCKTON, NEAR JACKSON: • O lU.ul' ll . brick bonding and lot 25x11)0; rents :- : -tVpO...G.' H. . CMBSEN i CO., 14 Montgomery r'.rt.treet'.';;.. .-'.,. '.. '■: jel SuTuTh 3t '-■ s. 11*11(1 PACIFIC HEIGHTS: JACKSON ST., ■'«? tOIIU. near Maple: lot 29:8x127 :8"A- O. H. : ; P.i'l'slr..N A CO.. 11 ho: t;r men -;■ jel SuTuTh St '-'atQh'Afl ■' CLAY. NEAR FILLMORE; BAT- -:-^p</UUA*i viihdow residence or 9 rooms and bath; ..V-'a'tlr'.llte'latest,. conveniences: ■'■.'.." :8 l _i. O. II '-.- -I -VLsIN .'. in., 14 Muntgoiiiery st, jel SuTuTh 3t '•?i'CfS'£i ill EAUUNA, NEAR SCTTER: Two 2- "■"■ «4, 0.-IUV/.-. story bay-window houses or s rooms ; i'' anil. :batir..(faoh;. lot .3 .XS7.tr. rents $75. U.H. ';.• J'l^MßSliN A CO:; 14 .Moutgomery si, JelSuTnTh...

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. — 1 June 1890

6 HOC TO LET. COTTAGE; 4 ROOMS: ALSO 2-KOOM HOUSE IN rear large etable. 1522 Turk St. Jel 3t» 1710 LET-1057 GOLDEN GATE AYE., 6 ROOMS; - 1 rent $20. ■ id 21* " tOft CHESTNUT ST.-S ROOMS: RATH: GAS: OoU rent, with water, $25. P. 0. MOLUivje i_tf ai_99 EA 6 BOOMS AND BATn; GARDEN &_£___. six). 0 Twenty-seventh st., nr.Onerrero.l 3* | C PLACE, BET. SECOND AND THIRD. 0 Harrison and Bryant-^7 rooms, bath, modern lm- : proveirients: rent $26. - Apply on premises, jel 21* ■ : " ITOUR GOOD ROOMS. » ELDRIDGE ST., OIF ' -T Chesl.-y, bet, Seveuth and Eighth, Harrison and '. - ■ Brvant. ,;' - ; . '-.-'■ )_______ — Si il jn"r MINNA. ABOVE FIFTH-5 ROOMS, BATH i . 4sio ami every modern linprovenient. . jel.lt* 1 SJ^r, SCOT! ST.-8 ROOMS AND BATH; ALL. i _i__ I modern IniproveinentS; rent $45. . ■ It*:- --' 1A I 1 1 I.OMIIABD-HOUSE, 8 LARGE ROOMS: . :.• XVI U large lot.' rut-houses forchlcken»;sl4. 112* OUSE OF 0 SUNNY. ROOMS... 218 WILLOW aye., bet. .Van Ness. and Frankflnst, JeFgt; Tower part ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 1 June 1890

IN THE PUDDLE OF POLITICS. tflleiH-in^ Boomlet and the Demo ffi.hr '•.'"■"'•, cratic "Boss," Biinfoid's Friend I Annoaiics That. Ha Ii In .-i'tJii'Tieht.iu &l»j.-Tli« "Executive - '"■:: ', '^eomjriU_re' ,r \Bepnbli.^nß.- . ■v-^Crßii every, redso'n to believe; that the :fs_rs\VKrs: ol Jsymef V. Coleman are iii a f:itr way t& tiio.Uirntenid revolt in the J).e_iyrtc.tHlc;sar.tx agsin'st the machiuations <"-'■'. ■■''■/ ' ■''■.:' ": \: ri.'ti.vVitoivsliave. been taken in that djrtett-jii,.: hut there is no room to doubt that -VtiHr.veme'nt oi.ifeit kind is being con teiiii>lafed:; . ; _ : . -: :_•_:■ ■...'."■'■•. '.:.-: XJuleiuan .numbers amonK: his warmest fi/.j?i-cds and, stanches*., admirers the young yi'tiiX aggressive element of ; the party — the st-err • en in tact who fight the battles and ~w in e>vi_t. me. at the polls, and they, it .st^mSi aie .not in a particularly gracious ■jirßdril;' just at present over Buckley's alti "tufje> ... . ... " * ,'.tfs.i* tlaih...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 1 June 1890

8 EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. "Wedding of Captain Albert C. >*':.. .j y Jones and Miss Anna j '•'•;. : ; ' •■£ :.';•'% THE SPALDING DINNER PARTY. The Ushers to Entertain Mr. Oelriehs. i, yi .\A/estgate Musicale — Larkspur \- Lodge Entertainment— Germania "..-" {Social -^-Surprise and Birthday v Gatherings—Engagement Notes. . iv t Personal Items, ■ . ..■:. A dinner r-" was given last evening by Mrs. JSratiidine-aV til- Hotel. Bella Vista In honor of ■' : Mr. ueir.lchs Miss Fair, The dinner was served ifllhe filvate dining-room and the ar "... rahgeiii tits were complete In every particular. and a most ei.jrr> ali.e evenr-ig was spentr by all. The deeorH'Hoiis were prpf bolh in. lhe pri vate -pal. i uso' the hostess, and the dining room. lire hour set lor. tie- coiiiiiieuceiiieni at : the din tier was o'clock aid at that hour the guests. . proceeded to the dining-room and. were seated at ■ tin ' u-bi. .. A" .tirireiiring was served and - * guesls leii'.i -ii the ta.tr e fir a co...

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. — 1 June 1890

SUMBAY EDITION. HISTORY OF ANCIENT FASHION. v Print-ess do Heiteroieh's Carious , Allium of Toilettes She Has Worn. COLLECTION OF ILLUSTRATIONS. Coiffures a la Belle Poole, Montgolfier, - •Necked and d'Estaing— The Gro tesque Ideas of Former Times. A New DGparture^— French Mam y - mas Teaching Their Daughters American: Fashions. ;■■;'■ 'l:-$S^ : r!^i-;'r ' ' ■ ri'CruM'irii '.Correspondence to-TiiESi'N cay Call. :^ray;l4,lß9o; ; r-The Princess de P'.U.l* .51 1.4. 1890 -The Princess de J;feiteCTjc6/;" :^'6so' taste and tile ir^-:^i '.-K.a«"e'e- are', proverbial, has had the ruricius Idea ...of fori.iiinc *v album, with . tiy«h,y of nil the toilettes she has worn Mine ' i.?:: >77.7\ a.-- y':r.7 \y r.'.y has the -:.'] v riuce*3 ufile' the -drawmiis but. she has ■ 'fii'coni'i'an ■' ' the.!-, ith descriptions of ma- Sf iiiliil, ''■■ ■''! '< iU ]„'tr'.r-Ut ililrl ■accounts of tllO '■"ieieir ii#, dinners -.and balls where they • .'•.*;> O .•:■': '- '^'.,M\/- '/vT-V'-.i 1 V":"'\ ' ■...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 1 June 1890

10 A NEW MAUD MULLER; lm ifle i iiliiii itneni— i»lf ll The Belle of Minetta Lane. » NOVELETTE. WRITTEN FOR THE SUNDAY CALL BY INGERSOLL LOCKVOOD. CHAPTER I. ,¥■*' ItUHKR I'LATT. a young lawyer of JjvV.S (i — County, bad started out in life j["\'} with a resolution to accomplish three . "=»>=» things, to wit: Marry young and raise : a faintly, become prominent In the politics of the ■.Stat* and achieve a fortune by the practice of ins profession. He took a wile when 25 years of i-'age, and at 30 p. seat upon tbe bench as County ■Judge, his talents and peculiar fitness for the ■:. position leaking blm quite as acceptable to one - party as to the other. Money, too. was rolling ': iii.Taj.'-diy, and Plata seemed well ou Hie road lo r:'.t tie-fullest realization of his three-fold aim In ''Ji liter _x_yj_-c_i-,tvio deaths placed a quarter of a -.' iiiiliitiu-Vor money at his disposal and a third iniul'-.liinr a widower. That lift had a rich aunt : -:.'jiiiaii6f iier. pan of lhe State ...

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