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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 1 June 1890

THE THEATERS AND THE PLAYERS. Satisfactory Business fhe Rule at Wr. All the Leading Houses. BARRETT IN his MANX PLAY. Crane's Solid Senatorial Success. 'i % "' Held by the Enemy "—Will- JvS.iaiti A. Brady Returns to the ; Alcazar— Rial's Benefit— Novel-. yr -ties Heading This Way — General Mention. -=".;. : rZyr-r^y.ZZ'' " : " : '"..- '•...The second; week, of the engagement of Mr. -•Wilson Barrett, with Ins London company, at .fiießiid-i , lu-,'iheater ,will be an era of novelties '--•-" plays that have been in dorsed and ac cepted in F^n gllsli theatri cal caotersand In Eastern Ainericau cit ies; They have never -been seen on out lo cal stage, be cause Mi.. Bar rett holds In Home of them the' reopyrtght as author, aud rii;!ril!''a.i.ropi)etary ii.iere.str-conrrneii.cilig- with •rßeii^MVCh.ree'/^-df which- .'irngtl.y mention. is: Jfr'iite'-.1.u an'oiiierr jaace— find tphowlng on Thurs-r' JinVthe-secsuaslieciai night of the engagement, yyiHi'aliipJe-.Oift— ''-'Tbe'Color-Seigcaiit." ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 1 June 1890

12 DISCLOSURES OF A CONDEMNED MAN. -..I;--... _______„.-.-;.•; • ..- A Last Statement That Threw a r.'S Kay of Light Upon a Dia- . tk-vi".." ''■■■{':■ bolical Deed..;." . WAS IT SUICIDE; OR MOTHER? Remarkable Declarations Of a Crimi •/fc ;-Viiai; ; Condemned to '-„- Death ■'. on -.••-- Purely Circumstantial Evidence. -"" y How He Plotted the Downfall of la Dupe and Gloated Over His ;...\_; .Tragic Fate. \::^^i'7-j^xSt^-iiiK^^i^-^^!Mt'.il •■•.;.'•."■"' "ji-?- Is SKfrwll tylhctiorvernmetit SdaUstics of - Ii l« si (i.ii by the i.o.vern..-?ent it'ims pec'ar *.ili'?f* ■■:. ualli.n-i ib'-M.' epochs Of reams rfcar ■ \f'"bx cycles, is li were. 1 lie de-iK.iail_.lhgCffec-i» ~irf m.ii, an epidemic of (lis less, iiailou.il dis aster. br.sciie virtleut-t lirb.Ste __glt.ii-i.or. are reeag , ntted as fire ctiists which give -rise ro most of these- tldfllWsiess(--sdc!al.aep'iavity Kut it. (s observed .that ctliets Jinake. '■ ■■ Si :pearti.;ce te lime- geiieir-ff .-.'-j tfrirj ahii wliich ran, I." ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 1 June 1890

A ROMANCE OF RUSSIA AND SIBERIA, Z'> '--7: .-'.-'" ( : ' ■ y .'.-'. i , - - By Prince Josef Lubomirski, Author of " Safar-Hadji, a Story of Turkistan," etc. rrrrryy.-. :-:■■[: COPYRIGHT ism, BY ueta. de VERB. fi^-yyj .:_. ■ JEXMCoKTnttraM. Morning began shortly to dawn, and the land , ' . swipes stiff veiled in a white mist, grew ■'-.: : fetid lighter. -•• ■■' - s ''.'Tlie'. t'rozeh. Tied of the Angara looked like a : ' -Wcond highroad by lhe. side of the great post ..' road Down Son tl _- wide beJ of the river the . .mariii' otleilar-fcus Was flying towaid Ir-uxsK. A.].l-.a'i:C'i still' .asleep^ tit? unila alone, like au evil sj. •' ■ Seeing' i -efci-e ilie light of day was au -''-...e.teepHori.;;. '.',..-... ■'..*: - .•K.v:'-Tlie l'i:hice:of : 'flJe:Hiingu«es Had given Vladi mir his i i.rr led ddgs anrt sleigh. In tue • pairta sat,^Jil'e-r ai his side. Tie while walls.of r':>-;{he'.-"«ity. ..were already, visible in the distance •■„.'vwhi»il'3tii'ifr,:Wi;mdld not seem toleel...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 1 June 1890

14 "BEAUTIFUL VENICE BY THE SEA." Flinging Off the Enslavement of Fiction That Has Been Woven Around It. THE CITY AND THE PEOPLE. A Place Where the Sound of Rum bling Carts and the Hoofs of Horses Are Not Heard on the Pavements— Scene in Early Morn on the Grand Canal. What the "Gay Gondolier" Really Is. Special to Tiiic Ses bay Call.-. ▼;'rf.-,ALLOMr.i;OSA (Italy), May fi, 1890.— A*!** The human iuteiest of Venice is. after $!__&s all. "" -chief enchantment. If one fling oft the enslavement of the. fiction woven about It there Is still enough to know, and enjoy. In endeavoring to analyze, causes for the cre ation >•! tha universally false sentiment existing concerning It the best excuse 1 can find is In the peculiarity of Its situation. It lias always im pressed travelers strangely. A city. : without a In.rse or ...-. It' beast of burden strikes on« as a curious anomaly. This unceasing seeming of strange and remarkable phases has easily been distorted into the wonderful, the ...

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

VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 2. A HURRICANE'S FURY Buildings Wrecked and Lives Lost at Sofia. Tie Czar Promises to Investigate the Siberian Outrages. Vandalism That Excited the Indignation of Venice— The Plot ol the Nihilists. l.iec;al Dispatches to The Mobsiso Call. Sofia. June L— The northern part of this city has been wrecked by a hurricane. The loss of life is considerable. The sol diers killed and wounded numbered eleven. The loss among the inhabitants has not yet been ascertained. The damage to the palace amounts to 5300,000. — — -♦- NIHILIST PLOT. Discovery of a Conspiracy for a General Up rising in Russia. r_un«, June I.— ln connection with the case of the arrested Nihilists, it Is reported that Demski had summoned a meeting for to-day to provide for a concerted attempt on the life of the Czar and a simultaneous uprising in different parts of Russia, and that twenty Nihilists with infernal ma chines had already started for Russia. An investigation of the case of the ar rested Nihilists...

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

2 WHITE WINDS HIS CAMPAIGN HORN. The Statesman From Los An geles Preparing to Blow a Mighty Blast. FELTON TO SUCCEED HEARST. A Careful Review of the Candidates for the Nominations for the Various State Offices in the Coming Conventions— A Large " Field to Choose From. The formal announcement of non. Stephen M. White of bis candidacy for the office of United States .senator, to succeed Senator Stanford, as wired from Los An geles yesterday, was the principal topic ol conversation in political circles. 1; served to clear the minds of those who had. until that time, clung to the belief that he might still be induced to accept the nomination for Governor on the Democratic ticket. As Mr. White* was himself in town a Call representative called upon him and found in room 46 on the fifth floor of the Palace Hotel, engaged in looking over the notes of an address which it is his inten tion to deliver to-night before the Alumni Society of the Santa Clara College, of which be is a mem her. WILL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 June 1890

" MISCELLANEOUS. -- - „_,_„_ - -'-''-- I ___________________ sra Rtß HKM d*-* ■■ -EB3P /f^_3 HI • '- I WATCH US 1 I NOT TIIVT WE NEED WATCHING— but keep your eye. on our ads this - I week and you'll see the havoc we'll create among the clofliiug houses of I j I this city. We'll name prices that'll make our competitors wish that j I P __FL__A_FI3:A_.E_S_Li y S I I I Were anywhere else hut in San Fraucisco. MONDAY'S BARGAINS CON- I MSI OF A GUAM) LINE OF I $18.00 CUTAWAY SUITS. ! ' $18.00 SACK SUITS. .I. I ;. $18,00 BUSINESS SUITS. $20 IMPORTED WORSTED SUITS. 1 1 $18,03 DRESS SUITS. $20 FINE LIGHT-COLORED CASSI- I I ■•• ■• I . MERE SUITS. ' > I I , $20 PRINCE ALBERT COATS AND j 3 VFSTS _W\____\_W I $25 NEAT PLAIN EFFECTS. . ' : I 1 $25 Nobby Light and Dark Shades, I - •*. . ' ■ ■' | .. YOUR PICK, GENTLEMEN, OF ANY OF THE ABOVE-NAMED GOODS FOR j I 153 SOll -IHKaS IB HsEC^^ I AIXT THIS A GRAND OFFER— AND WE MEAN IT TOO. You'll I I flud Ihe goods In our stores exactly as advertised al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 June 1890

._— ■ : _ ' ff& MORNING CALL T»» a la» ree^ „-irriiliitlnn tlinn any other "'""'I „: published in San Francisco. '^^ ■'■: ' ri'lil.KATliix ■ OFFICE : 'T \. \ /Montgomery street, "near Clay, open until 11 „. -*:elork p. M. UKAN. H OFFICES: 710 Market flrrct, uear Kcarny.open until Vi o'clock midnight! „ SSPliayw. Street,- open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 ' Ikikin street, - ; open until 9:30 o'lock, ana ■ 2518 tlltslon street, opan until 9 o'clock p. *L- ■ „",'' ■":':•■ si;\tSClsll"Tio> : KATES: • . • rvAll.T ci.'ij;.Oncludiii<r Mondays), SB per year by: " nan po»tp»rd: 15 ceits per week, or 65 cents per " calendar month tlironih carriers. DAILY CALI.,flvB . ccrtesilireemoirtli&it) 25: SUN DAY CALL (twelve "' lages), *1 80 ye.ir. postpaid.- SUNDAY CALL m d \vi.i;ki.Y CALL *2's;oper year, postpaid. V 1.1. hi. ( Al.Lielglit pav:fs),;tl 25 per year, post ...l»l.it-. t'iiiW-ol ttiii >• rii to .ijieail'lrirsa;, *IJ. . sr^ciAiL-^atic.E'.Foit the.:, summer •■■ .;.•' :: ; ; /'■-•...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 June 1890

■=- I'.ISINF.SS . CnAXCKS. ' Q'l^fifi PARI' CASH: HOTEL FOR 'SALE: i2/-__.OUU . one of the'best locations in the city: Do*' well furnished rooms; fine dining-room and bar-room. 'etc. : thoroughly established: always full ond clearing $200 par month; owner leaving city. country hot. i- for sale; 4 well located houses . j-avlrg fine returns for investment: eomeatonce and look Into them.. Applf-K. KENNY, 22 Kearny. l C; A A SPLENDID MANUFACTURING AND 0"l""U. store business for sale: kept bj pres- to; owner 18 years; he Is retiring from business: Las a large- trade; there Is' actual value for $6000. A i ply K. KENNY, y_2.Kear.iy st. " /! EBY-STOBB FOR SALE) A FINE OI'EN- Vj lng across the bar doing Al business: a most thorough iDvestlmtlon allowed; large stock. Ap- yiy K. KENNY, 22 Kearny st. * OT>CAA PARTNER WANTED IN A FIKST- , .i,|IHI. class livery, hoarding and sale stable, with a tine stage route, carrying tne U. S. Mall, con- nected- is In one of the most desirable interior tow...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 June 1890

6 EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Another Dinner Party in Honor - of Mr. Oelriclis and Miss Fair. THE GASKILL EXCURSION. Wedding of Mr. Eldridge Mitchell and Miss Jennie Berry at New castle—Oakland High School Alumni Party— The Clarke Acad emy Festival — Picnic ot the Rus tics at Laundry Farm. Another large dinner-party was Riven last evening in compliment to the happy twain whom - at ibis Juncture society delights to honor.. Miss Fair and Mr. Herman Oelrichs, with a number of friends specially asked to meet them, were pleasantly entertained nt the hospitable board of Mr. aud Mrs. M. 11. de Young on California street. There were many pretty features lv the ■flair. The long, broad table In the handsome oak paneled dining-room was adorned with a beauti ful mosaic of rich carnal of various tones of their title-color, disposed iv separate but contig uous groupings and interspersed with delicate fern fronds, wild oats and wavering ribbou grass. Among .groups, bail-hidden by the " dioopliig f...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 June 1890

ROLL OF HONOR. Leading Tup ils of San Francisco Schools. Boys and Girls Whose Records During the Past Scholastic Year Entitle Them to Special Mention. A* has been Hie custom for years, The Call BEaih presents to its readers the lists of pupils ln the various classes of the public schools whom their teachers have selected to be placed upon the roll of honor: Xx Boys' High School. Fiank Marlon, Principal. Senior Grade— A. E. Kellogc. teacher. Roll of Honor— Hugo A-tier, Josephine Dow lev. Mabel Gray. Stella Greenbaum, l.eon Krou tiiat, Leon Solomons, Newton B. Waller, Lillie .Vesarln, Kay Zion, li. L. Cutting. Second aud Third Classical Juniors' Grade— F. H. Claik. teacher, -. . Roll of llonoi — Milton Choviinkl, Harold Clarice, llcibeit Fishheck, Heibeit Manning. Oliver Morton, Joseph O'Connor. Ferdinand I'eck, Louis Oyer, Edward Floyd, Robert Gillog ley, -waller Smith, John Van Nosiraud, Edith. ■ lli-chi. A.lele J Udell, Ethel Murphy. Mamie San derson, .Mary Siller, Estelle Voting. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 June 1890

8 THEY BATTED RUNNERS HOME. Fricos HitKilroy When Men Were on Bases. Toung Pitched Good Ball and Was Finely Supported. The Senators Win an Exciting Eleven-Inning From the Champions of Last Year—Har per Wins a Pitcher's Battle. The home' team Is an oddity in base-ball. One day the players cauuot bit the side of a barn wtth the bat and in the succeeding game will hammer sonic efficient but unfottutiate pitcher's delivery all over the lot. Kllioy, the Philadel phia wirier, who puzzled both ttie Colonels and Senators; went in the box against the Frisco men. and while he was not lilt as often as Young was rapped, he was batted with more effect. The bay men bad no difficulty In meeting his curves fairly and squaiely when hits were needed, and -as a result won the contest easily. Kllrny Is, without doubt, a good pitcher, but liis peculiar style of delivery does not at first sight create a favorable impression. Ills move ments are somewhat awkward and bis style ■ lacks the grace and finish ...

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

VOLUME LXVIII-NO. 3. A GERMAN INTRIGUE. Several Officers Threatened With ' Dismissal. Jn Ontario Family Poisoned by, Eating : j Wild Parsnips. British Parliament— Ferguson Refuses to Enlighten tne Commons on the Fisheries Dispute. " Special Dispatches to The Mobsiso Call. JLoxdos. June 2.-The Chronicle's Taris correspondent learns tiiat a number of offi cials at the minor German courts are threat ened with dismissal for intriguing at the Instigation of Count Herbert Bismarck to obstruct the Emperor's policy. WAR PREPARATIONS. ' English Troops pod War-Ship3 Ordered to Newfcutd'ind Halifax, June 2.— There was a rumor to-day that advices had been received from England that a regiment of the line and two batteries > I artillery was about to sail fur Newfoundland in view of anticipated troubles. Two torpedo-boats are expected to arrive from England this month. A fleet of war-ships arrived to-day from Bermuda. The reports in London papers about war ships and au artillery battery leavin...

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. — 3 June 1890

2 MANSLAUGHTER. Official Investigation of the Bridge Horror. Ihe Jury -Finds That There Was Criminal Jteg ' licence and That the Engineer Is ,' - ,r'. Guilty of Manslaughter. mBJ'tKmKSmWm The official investigation of the Oakland draw bridge disaster was begun by Corouer Even and a jury at 3 o'clock yesteiday afternoon. G. S. jSaismilh, J. B. Mcl'hesney, E. A. Heron, D. Rutherford, John Schumacher, J. 1.. Lyon and John yon iter Iloisl constituted the jury. : Curiosity from the outset was centered in the engineer's and fireiniin's testimony, and the throng at the Inquest seemed greatly disap pointed when attorney A. A. Moore stated that the rallioad coinpauy knew nothing about the whereabouts of the engineer, funher than that lie had it-ported at the office once since the ac cident and bad been instincled to be at the in quest, aud that prior to that he was told to go to Mi. Walker 1 1 the company. li.t- most nn] loitatil facts elicited In the exam - inaiioxi, lv additiou to. what li...

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. — 3 June 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. The Ushers of the Wedding Give a Dinner Party to Mr. 11. Oelrichs. LUNCHEON BY MR. J. W. MACKAY. Arrangements for the Nuptials and P Reception — Triumph Lodge Entertainment— Excelsior Lodge Gathering - The Roeckel Musicale Soiree — The Sime-Platt Mar riage—Personals — Etc. A pleasantly significant society entertainment took place last evening at tbe PaeiOc-Unloo Club quarters on Tost street. It was a dinner party filvcu by the lour ushers In the Oelrichs- Fair wedding to the groom and his New York friends. Mr. Oelrichs has made numerous friends since his arrival on this coast, but tho us-liers naturally claimed precedence in the priv ■ ilege of expressing good will lowaid the dis tinguished guests. The friends, a lew additional Invitations hav ing been Issued, assembled In a private dining room at the club about 7 o'clock. The table was handsomely adorned with La France roses and oilier choice blossoms, a delicate canopy being formed over the whole by str...

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. — 3 June 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL, jßas a larger clrcnlallon ilinTi any other newspaper pnbllafced in Ran Francisco. PIrn.ICATION OFFICE: s- f Montgomery street, pear Clay, open until 11 . sclork r. M. HBAKCII OFFICES: 710 Market ; — ttreet,near Kear:.y,open until 12 o'clock midnight; 888 Hayes street,- open until 9:30 o'clock: 003 „•' 1-arkm .street, open until 8:30 Clock, aud 2518 f MibMuu Etreet, opan ui-tli 9 o'clock r.H. " : ' • '" ' svbsci:ii*tiox kates: DAILY tali, (Including Sundays), *8 per year fey - rail postpaid: i:> ceyts'pVr wee*, ores cents per calendar month through carriers. ' DAILY CALL, fire < , | - :l,ri'i- months. *6 26..BUWDAS CALL (twelve . r»ges), *1 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL "aid WEEKLY CALL $2 50 per year, postpaid. VEEKLY CALL (eight p«j;es>, *1 25 per year, posE ' , i»ld. Clubs of ten- (sent to one addrtss), $10/ BFECIAJL NOTICE FOB- THE SI JIMEB ■ ' MONTHS. .rigors who Intend gbln; to tin- eomitry dnr inp. the summer mouths cao have THE DAILY CALL Bal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 June 1890

2 ttI'SYNKSS- TH ANTES. atViNli PARTNER WANT.ED.TO-DAY; MANU- O— UU. facturing business; employs 3to 6 hands: is only 'suitable Icr man'willing- to wort*,, keep plain accounts, men's time and make himself generally userul: cleats $75 a month to each, with si-tendid prospect for large increase of trade; business easily learned: DO night or Sunday work; has full stock', material, tools, etc.; is a bargain for an .active, steady. Industrious man; lull investigation. Apply- GEO. STEWART. 135 Kearnyst lt_ at ".nil ESTABLISHED COMMISSION IU SI- •pOUU. ness— Partner wanted with wide-awake and well-know u responsible business man vi good standing reputation: _as first-class trade, clear- ing $200 to $300 per month, and rapidly growing, which requires more assistance: preii rs partner to clerk; good man wanted more tnati money: cau give lust of reference; an exceedingly good business, that will bear tne closest Investigation. . GEO. * STEWART, 135 K... oiv st ■' - ■ H s_"->r-,n PARTNER WA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 June 1890

6 THE •PATUIOT. lii OWN with the tyrant foe," said he, a V. "That seeks this happy land; H ■ And all tbe energy I possess gJAmJr My country "may command. y 'm Ho arduous labor would I shirk, "No task would I disdain, SKS "To check Invasion's hateful way .SKaS . .-- "And liberty maintain." : And while be finished his address And moved each hearer's soul, *i Bli wife bad built the kitchen flro fc_— _F " - And carried In the coal. "*"" -Merchant Traveler. A SUMMER FLOWER. fftF you please, are you the gentleman who li? writes for the theaters ?" * 1/ "Yes, lam the gentleman who writes for * the theaters." replied lln the utmost amaze, - looking down on the scrap of humanity who had been rapping at my chamber door for some mo ments, and whom 1 now admitted. A girl, prob ably ot 13 years, folded In an old threadbare ■bawl her yellow hair half hidden under a hide ous bonnet, from beneath which peered great brown eyes, a world too big for the small pinched face. I have always bad a weakness...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 June 1890

FLYING BOWLDERS. Anollicr -Destructive Wast at Tele graph Hill. A Shcwcr of Kecks That WrecSed. a Saloon and Dcmsged Other Bui:din**rs-Mirtin Erase - Narrow Escape. Ever since tlie Supervisors In their acsrega:e wisdom deemed it Improvident to permit further j blasting about the sea-wall base of Telegraph | liiil ibe residents have enjoyed security, barring ' landslides now and then. Hut as these little things had been 01* frequent occurrence ll'.ey were passed over lightly, and llie icily-lioldeis raised their voices in praise of tho new order ol tilings, until the peace and quiet of the neighborhood were broken In upon >i s ci day morning again by a blast. It was not ' expecied, and proved to be a most formidable und dangerous one. It shook the very foundation of llils castellated mound, sent an extra swash pulsating over the Day, and made fear rise In the niludsof the house . lioldors. It occurred shortly after 10 o'clock, when a blast was discharged near the corner of Montgom...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 June 1890

8 SMALL'S MEW OFFICE Elected President of a Metho i ' dist University. The Evangelist Decides to Locate at Ogden ; " . for the Present He Gives an Outline of the Policy He Intends ...to Pursue— A Great Educational Institution. •" * •pedal Dlsratches to The Morning Cam. Ogive-! (Utah), June 2.— Rev. Samuel W. Email was yesterday elected to the presidency of the Utah University of the Methodist Episcopal Church at Ogden. Mr. Small came here merely to fill an engagement, but the Trustees of the University became Impressed wiih his fine abil ity, his excellent educatloual qualifications and large energy and executive ability, and decided to offer him a place al the head of the faculty. Accordingly, the board passed the following resolution: Sesolced, Tbat for the more active prosecution of (fee work of the establishment ol the I'iah Univer sity pi the Mcthc-lst 1 i opal Church, and having confidence in the scholarship, refit and ability of Key. Samuel W. Small is hereby elected -resi de...

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