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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 June 1890

Brsiryr.ss cnANTE-i. »i IJllll I*l-"""*1 * 1 -"""* ON MARKET ST.; WORTH "*" ,__. ITi'i', .lout, lie money; golden opportunity for a man Willi business ability : greatest bargain ever offered. M^LEss. op-, Market st. It* I '-iftft SALOON IN HEART OF THE CITY; t^* 1 iIV'U. tremendous bargain for any one desir- ing a good business; best reasons given fur selling. :il. LESS, 895 Market st. It* Cltibl RESTAURANT IN THE BEST Ll> UUU. callty: paying well: or will ng to lakes 1 'inner. M. LESS. 99a Market st. It* CT.^ft BAKERY. CONFECTIONERY. STA- » Oilir. tlooory and groceries, etc. ; fine fixtures; good stock:: great bargain. M. LESS. 995 Market. 1* - --("■( in SALOON. WITH 3 LIVING BOOMS, <_ UUU. doing a tine business; must sell to-day; bargain. M. LESS, 995 Market st. It* o«_)l'ftft BAKERY. CONFECTIONERY. ICE *« — UUU. cream parlor and coffee saloon near Market St., with horse and wagon: doing a large _ business: good stock, fine nxtures; old establiseed: tins is a bargain: trial ...

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. — 6 June 1890

6 SUMMER WIND. .__*•— « v If* sweet summer wind, yon are blowing Oil, the jrrcen meadows to-day, Across -.lie green meadows to-day. H B And over the hill where the sunshine Is chasing the shadows In pray : The leaves wliiaper softly together The tales you hive told to the tree: lib, wind of the beautiful sunnier. Come whisper your secret to me! Away in the heart or the wlldwood 1 know where the dlnglee are sweet; Tin- ilea- on the mosses Is lug All day in their sua retreat. Oh. w ml "I tbo beautiful summer. The breath ol the woodlands you bring; The ferns tamled close in the thicket— '•■% The pines win-re Hie wood-robins sing! PEAS-BLOSSOMS. CHAPTER I. THRKK OF THEM. MfieARK! and from their sleep In their I - | a maiden bowers— Angllce, three or the IrajS preli lest chambers in Maybury House— M\ JW started three fair girls, to rub their eyes and listen, and lirjahy sink back on [heir pillow murmuring that lliey must nave been dream In a. But hark again! The s mud hat broke their slu...

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. — 6 June 1890

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. Tlie Whitney Silver Wedding Anniversary recep tion. GOLDEN WEST LODGE PARTY. The True Friends' Entertainment. Third Infantry Regiment Social. A Party on Eighteenth Street. Pruess-Merchant Nuptials in Ore gon — Pacific Coast Marriages. Personals. The wedding of Rev. J»hn H. Hopkins and Miss Marie Bolton, daughter of Key. and Mrs, Ueniout Graves of Burlington, V., will lake place next Tuesday afternoon at lite home of the ' biide's patents. Tie piospecttve groom was formerly an insurance agent or Oakland, aud also organist of the First Presbyterian Church, and graduatsd last week from the Ueneral Theological Seminary ol the Episcopal Church lv New York. A banquet was given by Court Inter Nos, No. 70;"i3, A. O. F. of A. last evening, at Wilson's '.••* dining saloon, 114 Post street. It was given in honor ot J. D. Case as U. S. C. li., and was lv all respects a very pleasant affair. 'there will be a public entertainment In the main hall of the Young Men's Chr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 6 June 1890

8 SHOT IN THE LEG. - .Lively Battle Between Chinese . . at St, Helena. A Fresno Heiress Elopes With Her Father's Foreman. Secretary Bornck Denounces McCarthy for Promising Swalm a Pardon—Pur suit of Apaches. Special to The Cur. St. Helena, June 5.— A lively shooting affray occurred lv Chinatown today. Two contractors, sam Kee of Calistoga, and Quong Wing if this tlace, bad a contract with Mr. Loeber to chop wood. The rival contractors were always quarreling, and some lime ago Quong Wing caused a notice to be posted offering io-,"' reward to any one who • would kill Sam Lee. To-day a Celestial from Calistoga came to St. Helena on business aud entered the store of Coon Song, whither he was followed by Ah Tuy and : Ah Kong's friends, ami. it Is supposed, hirelings if Quong Wing. They Immediately opened fire upon Sam Lee. Shots were returned, and " during the fracas a bullet from the revolver of one of the men entered the leg of . Leo just above the knee, Inflicting a serious wound. Sam...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 7 June 1890

VOLUME LXVIH-NO. 7. WORSE THAN CATTLE Horrible Treatment of Insane Persons. • Longue Point Patients Herded Together in Sheds and Stables. Decisive Victory of French Forces Id Sen egal—Forty Servians Killed by Arnauts. Special Dispatches to This Mobsino Call. MONTREAL", June G.-Alfred Berry, the founder of the Protestant Insane Asylum, tells a harrowing tale of the manner in which unfor tunate "Lougue Point" luuatlca who are tempo rarily housed at tbe exhibition grounds are Heated, lie says: "I nave beeu through the slave-pens iv the Southern States when slavery was lv existence, and I have visited the cattle-yards of Chicago and those of the "rand Tiuuk and Canadian Pacific railways, aud all weie preferable to that siuce the lire at Lougue Point, where hundreds of males and females, young and old, are penned up In cattle sheds, stables aud outbuildings and left without ample clothing or attendance. Owing to ibis twenty-three have actually perished from huuger and exposure." A DESPER...

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. — 7 June 1890

2 REAL ESTATE. Tlie Past Week's Review Shows : a Market as Strong as Ever. Auction - Booms Crowded to Suffocation. Mrgee's Eig Sale — Others on the Cards. Other Big Sales M de and Making. ' -^s>s^mw>ni^m p^M^Pi^psvNMß^p"^4PßH^^^*"vv, There Is still a swing and a go in realty that was hardly looked for by old beads as 11k ely to I Have lasted so long into the season. Perhaps, as gh outward and visible sign of the Inherent in ward vitality alluded to last week, this con . tinued aversion on the part of the public to put oil .is long as possible the inevitable slackness .unit June usually ushers in. no stronger proof of . confidence could be imagined. ' j The customary dullness seemingly will not come for some weeks after its customary time, and the postponing the day of rest, lodging from engagements listed ahead, seems as general as It Is genuine. SPSS ' While-money outwardly Is unchanged, there : seems a probability that banks that have been . doing business below the rales of...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 7 June 1890

STUFFED WALLS. Mayor Pond Finds Rubbish in a Cily Hull Pier. The Commission Djcides to Appoint a Com mittee to Probs the Walls and Ascertain the Truth. A special meeting of the New City Hall Com missioners was Held yesterday morning to In vestigate the charges made by George K. Hanks, a bricklayer, that the walls of the northwestern wing ot the New City Hall, now uuder construc tion, are mere shells filled Willi dlit, broken brick, saud and rubbish. Mhen Mayor Pond learned of the charges he went Immediately to the New City Hall and directed ihat individual to point out places where such walls had been built. Hanks dug out a portion of the Lai kin street wall In the pier that joins the two wings. Tbe inside and outside faces consisted of two layers of brick, and the interstice was filled wiih pieces of mortar, biick and oilier rubbish, about euougli to till a cement barrel. Another place In a subsidiary wall at Its end was fouud tv the same condition, only less so. A third place was ...

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. — 7 June 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL r?a* " larper circulation than any other newspaper published in San Francisco. PUBLICATION OFFICE : 625 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o. clock r. n. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market 'Street, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; SPP Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock; 003 , Larkiu street, open until 9:30 Clock, and 2518 . amission street, opan until 9 o'clock p. «■ SUBSCRIPTION RATES : • DAILY CALL (including Sundays), ?f> per year by grail, postpaid! 16 cents per week, or 05 cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY call. live «. 1 ,<> ihree months. 25. SUNDAY' CALL (twelve I ages), SI 60 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL a:.: WEEKLY CALL $2 ill per year, postpaid. MEEKLY CALL (eight pases), *1 25 per year, post iho.. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), $10. j SPECIAL NOTICE FOR THE SIMMER MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend going to the country flux ing the summer months can have the DAILY CALL mailed to them for a week or longer at re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 7 June 1890

HI'S INK S S CHANCE'S. t -'"_(l|_ I'Altr CASH; HOTEL FOR SALE; O— <JUU. one of the best locations in the city: 60 well furnished rooms: fine dining-room and bar-room, etc. thoroughly established; always full and clearing $200 per mouth; owner leaving city. Country hotels lor sale: 4 well located houses paying live returns for investment; come stonce aud look Into them. Apply K. KENNY, 22 Kearny.l S." WW 111 SPLENDID MANUFACTURING AND OtUU". store business for sale: kept by pres- eut owner 18 years; he Is retiring from business; has a large trade; there is actual value lor $uooO. A ;. ply K. KENNY. 22 Kearuy St. It ■ (\ KOCEP.Y-STORE FOR SALE; A FINE OPEN- VI Ing across the bay doing Al business: a most thorough Investigation allowed; large stock. Ap- ply K. KENNY. 22 Kearny st. -___ C--'--IWI PARTNER WANTED IN A FTUSi'- O-'-tH'U. class livery, boarding and sale stable, with ... fine stage route, carrying tne V, h. Mall, con- nected- is m one or the 1110-1 desirable interior t ,. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 7 June 1890

6 THB OLD BLACK ■ LAMP. IT stood no marble stand upon. No crystals glittered 'round Its brim, Ko silken shields wben day was done Made shade for eyes waxed weak and dim. Of antique form from metal cast, A spluttering, black and wry-necked thing, low down beneath the hickory Joist It hung by rod and leather string. It lightly swung an air-moored boat, With dusty deck and flame-rUled prow; (And smoky lard in the hold afloat Supplied tbe wick that weighted the bow. From finger-polished peg it swung. And feebly fell Its flickering rays On unhewn wall and door where hung Outworn homespun of other days. It smiled up red on bnckhorn racks, Where fllnt-locn guns and ramrods lay, And twisted hanks of new spun flax That turned to sliver 'nealb its ray. The fireplace shadows deep it searched. The husking plus aud old sheep-shears. And lace bits, time and finger smirched, And yellow seed-corn ln the ears. Heady It bong as years crept past. And though they all have left their stamp Of dents and ...

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

EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. The -Wedding of Mr. Ferry P. Moore and Miss Inez Baco-dray. THE BEULAH CLUB SOCIAL. Marriage of Mr. J. H. Madison and "". Miss Charlotte Rice at El Ve rano—The Foresters' Entertain ment—Nuptials of Mr. D. Lucey „'-. and Miss Nellie Coakley —An Oakland Charity Gathering. On Thursday at noon there was a quiet and in resting wedding at Menlo Park. The contract ■ ing panics were Miss InezMacoudtay,grand dauglner cftlie late Captain F. W. Maeondray, ■ the founder of the bouse of Maeondray & Co. In this eiiy, and Mr. Percy P. Moore, a well-known gentleman 111 society and business circles, the sou of Mr. and Mis. Austin D. Moore of Pacific ..avenue. Tbe bride's maternal grandfather was Hie late Faxon Atberton, who was well known both ill this Slate and South America. ■.The ceremony took place at tbe residence of tiie biide's grandmother, Mrs. D. G. Alberton, ■ si Meulo Park, 111 the presence of the Immediate ■ relatives and a few friends of ihe two families....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 7 June 1890

8 CUT IN TWAIN. Horrible and Swift Death' of a Yonng Logger. Healdsbiirg's Team Breaks the Record in tbe Tournament. letting of the Yosemite Yallej Commis sion—Moscow, Idaho, Yislted by a Destructive Fire. Special Dispatches to lax Moksin-o Cau. SitATTLK, June 6.-A Post-Intelligencer special from Snohomish says: James Pike ol the firm of Mann & Pike, loggers on the Skybomisli River, was killed there this afternoon. While running logs down a sleep chute, one became fastened and Pike climbed Into the chute to start It. Just then another log came down, striking bim aud cutting bis body In twain. A part of his hip bone was afterward found sticking in a log. Small panicles of flesh and blood and bones weie scattered in every direction. The trunk and fret weie all that could be found for inter ment. Pike was from New Brunswick and about 25 years of site. The chute In which Ibe man met bis deaib Is ball a mile loug and so sleep Unit It only takes' thirty seconds for a log to go on* the...

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

READ The Sunday Call. THE BEST NEWSPAPER. VOL. LXVIII.-NO. 8. A CRITICAL PERIOD FOR GERMANY. ' Members of the Reichstag Refuse to Give Their Support to the Army Bill. THE STRATEGIC RAILWAY. Count Kalnoky Requests an Explan ation of Bismarck's Statements. The Ex-Chancellor Corrects an Interview — The Labor Bill- Ma jor Wissmann's Report Published in the White Book. Copyright, 1890, by the New York Associated Press. Ber lin, June Chancellor yon Caprivl did not send a note to the powers, nor did he com municate with any foreign representative except ttse Austrian Embassador, on the subject of Bismarck's ulteiances In Intei views - with newspaper correspondents. The alleged ' remark of the Prluce to the effect that Germany was not bound by treaty to assist Austria In the event of wai with Russia over Hie struggle for dominance Id the Balkan Peninsula caused Count Kalnoky to inquire Low far the Emperor ! »Ld Chancellor stated this Intel] relation of the lesponslLilities of the alliance. ...

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

2 HE FELL NEVER TO RISE AGAIN. A Petty Quarrel Between a Con tractor and Teamster Ends in Murder. REFUSED TO TURN OVER A KEY. A Washington Town Has a Narrow Escape From Destruction by Fire— Lively Blaze at Fresno. Explosion in the Chollar and Potosi Mine — Freight Cars Wrecked by a Horse. Special Dispatches to The 51'Hinixo Call. Skattle, June 7.— C. K. Dobjou ol the firm "."•".• of Dobson & Carrmglon, contractors, was mur dered this evening by I. J. Trait, a teamster. The exact manner In which the murder was -* committed Is not known at this time. Various stories aie afloat, and the moie probable one Is • *...-. thai Dobson was struck by I'ratt and fell and broke his neck. Dobson & Carrlugton bad a contract for building a house for Trail, and the boose is about completed. This evening, wben the men were quitting work, Trat! went around iiiid asked Dobsou for the key to the house, stat ,, ing thai lie wanted to get inside to-morrow to _.: • put some cloth on the walls. Dobso...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 June 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. THE FIELD OF SPORT. Foolrßacing at Central Park. \rigeoii-Sliootiiig. \ O.ympic Club Box.ne Tournament— The La Blanch; and Mitchell Fight— Ccuis- Ing- Meetings— Wheelmen. fTSp* in; areat event of this month In r-uglilsm /f|§^wlll tie the contest between Young Mit \l-.'^ chell and La Blanche. The latter tool; a °— '" lofty lung from Uempsey's ladder of fame, and now Young Mitchell proposes to retrieve "the Nonpareil's" loss by capturing the prize. The Occidental and Golden Gate clubs will also have tislic entertainments. The roads ate In splendid condition for bicy cling and tin 1 wheelmen enj y pleasaut out lues. Now that til- dove season Is In, sportsmen Will De. watching tlie little spi lngs where the biids come for their evening nip. Theie Is quite a boom lv athletics, especially spiiut-raclng, which gives promise oi beluga favorite amusement here. Angleis ate having Quite entertaining sport at the lakes catching laige trout. Those who take r>!easme lv bay lisi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 June 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL '•. -• ITaii a larser circulation than any other -' newspaper published in San Francisco. II IiI.ICATION OFFICE: S?S Montgomery street, near Clay, open nntll 11 ■ o'clock r. v. BBAJiOH OFFICES: 710 Market • ttrtet.near Kearny.open until 12 o'clock midnight; !.."•'?•«» Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: 603 l.mkln Street, open until 9:30 o'lock, and '-'51» lUbIoS street, opan until 9 o'clock r. v. SUBSCRIPTION RATKS: TAn T TAIL (including Sundays), *6 per yMr by „'.-<■, n-sii postpaid- 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per ■ calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, By« „,„. tree months. *6 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve races) *1 60 per year. postpaid. SUNDAY CALL »Ml WEEKLY CALL « 60 per year, postpaid. • .WEEKLY CALL (eight pastes), »1 25 per year, post laiU. Clubs of ten (scut to one nd»lri..s.s>, fl*>- P SPECIAL NOTICE FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS. - Subscribers who intend going to the conutry dur- IKg the summer months can hare TIIK DAILY CALL mailed to them f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 June 1890

CITY RKAL ESTATE. ■ I l^lWllT I'EVISADEKO, NEAR POST; 2 rMU.v'Uv new bay-window houses in 4 flats; brick foundations, etc: rents $106; lot 50x88 to fear sreet G. 11. UMBSEN & CO., 14 Montgomery meet . JeB SnTuTh 8t iil^ Ann SCOTT, NR. GEARY; 2-STORY, C IO.UWU. bay-window house and cottage: 2 lots, 27:6x126:6 and 27:6x96:6. Q. 11. OJIHSKN * CO.. 14 Montgomery st. JeB SuTu l h 3t s. "•■'■"" 11 COR. HERON ST. AND MARirOSA >. — I«»V>. terrace: house of 8 rooms: lot 40x50; part vacant u. li. UMBSEN & CO., 14 Montgom- ery st _i. jeS SnTuTh 3t cTI •> |W|n SD.^NU. FOLSOM: FRONT AND LO.Uuu. rear bouse in 7 tenements: rents $100; lot 25x80. G. H. UMBSEN A; CO.. 14 Mont- gouicry" st jeB SuTuTh 3t t:\linil VEKONA PL., NR. 3D: 2 HOUSES «IpOUUU. in 3 tenements: rents $40; lot 22x70. G. W. I.MBSEN i- CO., 14 Montgomery. BSuTuTh3 CM lIIWI ELEGANT MANSION, COR. 22D -. I I ."1711. and l',artlett: 12 large rooms and bath; stationary wastelands, etc.: brick founda- tions; lot 55X88. G....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 8 June 1890

6 HOI'SES TO LET. m GROVE ST.— l2 ROOMS; BATH: $65. Twenty-third St., near Valencia; furnished; rooms; bath; $60. *» 8320 California St.— rooms: bath; $50. 708 Capp St.— 9 rooms: bath $35. 2726 Mission st.-9 rooms; bath; $30. 208 Fair Oaks St.— Upper flat 6 rooms; bath: $28. 5724 Mission st.-7 rooms ; bath ; $25. 5506 M, Mission St.— Upper flat 6 rooms: bath; $35. 8422 Mission St.-Flat 5 rooms; bath; $19. 13111-2 Minna St.— Hat S rooms: $13. W. H.CRIM A CO.. 42H Montgomery st. It *OO m COTTAGE 6 ROOMS. ATTIC AND ZoZ.DU. bath; high basement: sunny exposure ill day: nevlwderost., bet. Fulton and Grove. Ap- ply on premises to-day from 10 to 6:30. ASHTON, agent. 411 Montgomery st. IV «.CA 719 DEVISADERO ST.. NEAR FULTON; $50. 8 rooms; spick, span, new. ASUTON, 411 Montgomery. 3 eB lm "i>O7~ 6 ROOMS; BAY WINDOW; BATH; jpZ I . yard, garden. 2316 Webster St. It* AIA 2 SUNNY UNFURNISHED CONVEN- J>l". lent rooms for housekeeping. 1615 Grove street, l B * 3t ©ID COTTAGE 6 LARGE ROOMS: B...

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. — 8 June 1890

DEMOCRATIC DISCONTENT. Chairman Dougherty. Stirs Up a 'Hornet's Nest. His Reference to "Piece Clubs"' Provokes Opposition— C«le man and the- Ircquoil C'nb— Club Meetings. Ex-Senator John Dougherty, by the grace of Christopher Buckley Chairman of the Democratic County Committee, is in a fair way, if he persists in bis present course, to involve himself into a peck of trouble. Al ready murmurs of dissatisfaction are heard and he may yet come to a realizing sense of the eld maxim that " Uneasy rests the head that wears a crown." He has succeeded already in antagonizing a very largo element of the county De mocracy, and it is intimated by those who have taken offense that he is suffering from the effects of a bad case of " swelled bead." S" great is the discontent that it is claimed that i! has been necessary to summon Clnistnpher A. Buckley home from his Eastern trip, ana that he will be requested | on his arrival to reason with his unruly chief of .-tall. . The bead and front of tike ...

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. — 8 June 1890

8 EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. The Epworlh League Reception Given by Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Izer. ' THE GRAYSON BREAKFAST. The Calliopean Musical and Literary Entertainment— Drive to Crystal Springs— Mauzy Club Musicale. Beulah Club Social — Excelsior Lodge Gathering— Personals, Etc. • •■ ' Tbe Key. Dr. Izer, pastor of Simpson Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church, gave a reception to UMKpworlh League of the chuch last Friday nlng al the parsonage, 710 Fillmore street. It being the occasion of the quarterly business snr«tlug, the President, C. B. Per ins, presided. • ■ After the busluess of Hie evening was conclud ed, Hie comi any was entertained with a literary • and musical programme of rare excellence and merit, all of which won tbe applause and hearty encore of the audience. The following took part: Professor H. E. : ■ Spooner, Mis. W. T. Libby, Miss Bessie Mos grove. Miss Jeanelte Anderson, Miss M. Smith, ' ' Miss Alice Hideout. Mr. R. Bonner, Dr. Izer made a stirring and encouraging a...

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