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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 May 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.— NO. 159, HEALDSBURG PAGEANT A Dazzling Array of Beauty Seen at the Carnival. SCORES OF GAT FLOATS. California Blossoms Arranged in a Variety of Magnifi cent Designs. CONTEST OF THE KNIGHTS. Dashing Gallants Tilt for Rich Trophies— Balloting for Pretty .. ;■• Babies. HEALDSBURG; Cal., May 17.—Healds burg has reached up ana placed a stand ard on the heights of her history. For her great day is already in history. Her fu ture will not look up to this flag to be sure, for Healdsburg never goes back— a height once attained is made secure — but the flag will mark- : what*, a ' greater step may be taken under the influence of enthusiasm « and united effort. ■■ . : Some weeks ago the people of this little city undertook to give a floral show and festival for her. own entertainment. Some one suggested a little elaboration. It was done. Another, suggested a further widen ing of the plan, and day by day the scheme ■developed, the momentum growing with each move until some publi...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 May 1895

2 WAR IN SACRAMENTO Cyclers Take Up Arms Against the Police Force. AN INDIGNATIOKPARADE Hundreds of Wheelmen Par ticipate in a Deafening Demonstration. REVENGE OF THE BLTTECOATS. The City Prison Thronged With Wheels and Their Luck less Riders. SACRAMENTO, Cal., May 17.- War has been declared between the police au thorities and the wheelmen of this city, and the streets are thronged with cyclists who are expressing their dissatisfaction at the method which has been followed by the city authorities in enforcing an ordi nance which was formulated nearly three ■ years ago, and having never been enforced, has become almost a dead letter. The or-, dinance; which was drafted at the request of the Sacramento wheelmen, contains the . following clause : . . ".' '• . ; '-.Every person riding** bicycle in any public street or thoroughfare within tie corporate Hmits-of the city of Sacramento in the .night time must have a lamp arid a bell or norn at . tached' thereto,' and ■ must keep said lamp ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 May 1895

BI-METALLIC UNION. That Is the Name Under Which Silver Men Unite. WORKING IN THE WEST. Vigorous Objections to the Term "Honest Money" Are Made. - ■ ' ■. ORGANIZATION IS THE ORDER. Plans for the Formation of Leagues In the States and Terri tories. BALT LAKE. Utah, May 17.— 0n the opening of the silver conference this morn ing Chairman Thompson appointed the following delegates to the Bimetallic League of the South and Southern States, to be held in Memphis, June 11 and 12: Ex-Governor Bradford Princp, New Mex ico; Hon. F. E. Sargent, Butte, Mont,; ex-Governor Alva Adams, Denver, Colo.; Hon. C. M. Donaldson, Oregon: Hon. H. W. Laugenour, Woodland, Cal. Congratulations were received from Vir ginia City, Nev., and a commendation of Governor Prince's silver speech before the Trans-Mississippi Congress was made by Walter C. Hadley, president of the Bi metallic Association of the Southwest. Chairman Merrill of Montana, from the committee on plan of action, reported the following: J?cyok'cd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 May 1895

4 intended only for export to China, and It was shut off by the act of 187G, except as the Sec retary of the Treasury might permit it to be coined. Let us have nothing more to do with the men who assisted in tying the hands of thia great Nation an* delivering its financial policy over to the gold gamblers of the world. The bank of Kothsch-ilds in England is now behind the United States Treasury. They are our financial agents; our financial managers; we are paying them the princely salary of $8,000,000 fpr each six months of their valuable services. We arc in the hands of the pawnbrokers of Europe. How long is our reserve slock of gold to last? How are we to replenish it? There is only one way. That i 6 to borrow it from those who have it End that moans England. And that is what we are doing. That means more interest, more gold annually to England. Where will it end? It means the "dismal Mvanip" on "Hell's Half Acre" beyond. This is what haviug a gold standard means— a money that is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 May 1895

PETER H. BURNETT BEAD. California's First State Gover nor Joins the Great Majority. HE PASSED AWAY PEACEFULLY. The Family Were at the Bedside. The Close of a Long and Busy Life. ; • I Peter H. Burnett, the first Governor of California, died at noon yesterday at- the residence of his son, 1713 Lurkin street. His passing away was as quiet and pain less as though he were simply sinking to sleep. It was unexpected by the family, for durincr the preceding twenty-four hours the invr.l id's; condition warranted the belief that he would live for several days. At 12 o'clock Miss M. A. F.urnett, his granddaughter, went to the bedside to give THE LATE PETEB H. BURNETT. HE WAS THE FIRST GOVERNOR Of CALIFORNIA UNDER AMERICAN RULE [Reproduced from a recent photograph.] "the patient some medicine. As he turned .i-ihis face toward the young lady she noticed that a change had taken place. She quickly face toward the young lady she noticed t a change had taken place. She quickly called the family ana...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 May 1895

6 ;! CHARLES M. SjHORTRIDQE, ' ::-• .. : • .'■'■'. Editor and Proprietor. • V : .-"' SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ' ■I-.-. i)AILT.CALL-^IC per year by mail; by carrier, 15c ■ per week. :•."■' '- ••.■.-,.', - . i;. ; CALL-«l^o.per. year. ' . % ' 'W•EEKLYCALL— «I.SOperyear. • -: The Eastern office of the SAN FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and .Weekly), Pacific States Adver- tising Bureau; Rhinelander building, Rose and iPnane strefts.New York. ' •• . -- .. ■' ■;-.-', ;'• • i hi: summer months. ■ '. r Are yon KOing to the country on a vacation? - If .' ftf, it is no trouble for us to forward THE CALL to your address. Do not let it miss you for you will thiss it. Orders given- to the carrier, or left at . . Business Office, 710 Market street, will • receive '' prompt attention- • '" • " , ,'. ; 5ATtJLRDAY:.......'.v....J.........M:AY 18, 189 8T Unless sarcasm is genial it is mean. Opportunity is the servant of enterprise. There is no living picture so progressive as California. ' Finding fjiult is easier...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 May 1895

SAirRDAY :'-' MAY 18, 1898 GITY NEWS IN BRIEF. The New Woman's Club held its regular weekly meeting last night. The case of Mrs. Worthington, on trial for murder, may go to the jury on Monday. The Haiirht-street ball grounds are to bo resurrected at the old Bay View racetrack. Robert Bunker, the well-known pork packer died suddenly from heart disease last night. ' Miss Anna Daly gave a most enjoyable mat inee recital in Laurel Hall yesterday afternoon. i The schooner J. O. North arrived from Hono .lulu on Thursday evening in a leaking condi tion. ommander-in-Chief Lawier of the Grand Army of the .Republic will visit this City next month. \ large and enthusiastic audience attended ' Y*aye s concert last night at the Baldwin Theater. Colonel Irish addressed a crowded session of the Iroquois Club upon the financial question The winners at the track yesterday were: Miss oarvin. Heartsease, Thelma, Captain Rees and Inkerinan. Relatives of John Bruce in Canada wish to find him, so as to c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 May 1895

8 SPORT • A$ will be noticed, by a careful perusal of the following departments of s.pbrt, the in terest in cycling;, rowing, yachting, angling, I rifleTshooting, coursing, boxing and kindred ! ■ports has increased wonderfully, and as a ■porting center California bids fair to out rival many of the great Eastern States. : The great spurt that wheeling has taken in the past year is nothing short of sur prising, and ihe same may be said of other j lines of -sport; but in asmaller way. I Oarsmen who have been resting on their oars: for -a. number of. years have at last opened their eyes in surprise at the won- : derful strides thai other ."branches of sport have recently taken, and an effort is now being made to bring into prominence the once much-favored department of aquatics. Some very interesting news will be found in the -letters from correspondents of inte rior towji^, which follow the local budget of weekly: sporting. : . . • TH E WHEELS EN. Jr E. Edwards: Wants the World's Five-...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 May 1895

.fiat 9. we're too Anxious to become capitalist during the. flood of money andgood times' and as a result the poor old goose grew urea and weary of laying golden eggs and died the.death Of all good birds. The lesson should at least teach the inana-gers of -the Imperial that unless they intend to keep tlie. gamblers 1 fingers out of the pugilistic pi-e the goose of '95 will sotm ha«e another bucket to kick. •..•■■■■•• ■.•■. — — . LAWN TENNIS. •• A : New etui? to Be Established •..'.'" = : - '■'■■: V.:/ Oakland: -\^. '. ; ' ' c ".' Upon th? ashes of -the: old Lakeside Ten nis Club of Oakland a hew organization is : about furnit'd. ; .-"-..• ■ ; . ;, \ ."; The ■principal .promoters of the Oakland ..Tennis Club, this newcomer in sporting 'circles- wilt: be called,- are the two Hardy ". boys,' Sam aha Sumner, probably the most - " inveterate : tenhis-players in the vicinity. . So;faTßbout;foriy members have been se cared, among . Ib&m being . some old and reliable, fcuxHoment players...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 May 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Silver steadier. Wheat immovable. Barley and Oats quiet. Corn heavily offered. Rye held more firmly. Klour in good demand. Hay weak. Beans neglecteA, Nothing doing in Seeds. Some kinds of Rice higher. Nut Oil lower. Sterling Exchange cheaper. Mexican Dollars lower. The Dunstaffnage finally chartered. . Feeding Hogs higher. Hams, Bacon and Lard quiet. Potatoes and Onions unchanged. Binter and Cheese in heavy supply. Eggs unchanged. Cherries weak, strawberries plentiful. Oranges and Lemons lower. Dried Fruits and Raisins dull. Poultry rather slower. Honey neglected. Vegetables in heavy supply. Hides active and firm. Wool sells moderately. Hops neglected. Increased shipments of Salmon. Larger exports of Lumber. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. TxiTEn States Df.partment op Afmier/i/- TVBK. WKATHKR BI'RKAU, HaN FRANCISCO, May 17, 1895, 5 p. m.—Weather conditions and general forecast. The following maximum temperatures are re ported: Eureka, no report...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 May 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS Bicycle-Dealers Threaten a Vigorous Rent-Rate War. COULD NOT AGREE ON PRICES. Telephone Wires on Eighth-Street Bridge May Be Cut Down by the Cfty. " The bicycle-dealers of. Oakland are at puts and also at war- over the question of . renting wheels, and the hearts of those ■who are not fortunate ■ enough to possess mounts of their own.are.glad. thereat. The frequency with . which some of the renting agencies have lost wheels lately "through the operations of I bicycle-thieves has made their business unprofitable, and movement was started some days ago to organize for mutual protection and to raise the ■; prices at which, bicycles were rented. ■". Heretofore the uniform price has -been 25 cents per hour, with a substantial rebate for several hours' use. ??&?££s! '.. ■" It was proposed to raise ; the rate to 50 cents for the first hour and 25 cents for each additional hour. . The question of the price of bicycle re . pairs was also discussed and uniform rates we...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 May 1895

12 REBEKAHS ARE INDIGNANT. Their Convention Adjourned by the Grand Lodge With out Consent. CHANGED TO AN ASSEMBLY. A Protest Will Be Entered To-Day and a Fight Made for Re consideration. The Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F., has created a storm in the inner circle from which may . issue a cyclone of disastrous results. The Rebekahs have been peremptorily ordered to shift for themselves, and the result is a tempest of indignation. To-day may not be breezy as far as weather is concerned, but inside the Odd Fellows' Hall a gale wiJ.l blow from all points of the compass which is liable to lift some of the dele gates off their feet. The storm centered over the question of the recognizing by the Grand Lodge of a Rebekah Assembly and the granting of a charter to the same, as based upon the fol lowing report of the committee on Rebekah Assembly: . Your committee appointed Representative Robinette to inform the Rebekah State conven tion of California «f the action of this Grand Lodge providing for t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 May 1895

; B^TSINKSS CHANCES. W'_J..C_.W SELL YOU OUT AT SHORT "•V'tice:' try us. PROLL, STENBERG <fc CO .: 719 Market st. dfcQfVA CANDY, STATIONERY STOKE; -t3)tJ\J\J: soda-fountain; cheap rent living-room ; present owner 6 years. PROLL it STENBER Market st. ' . . ■ 1 ! T(\(\- SALOON: WATERFRONT; DO NO <£> I.UU. miss this genuine bargain; sacrifice ac- count departure-.' trial given to party meaning busl- • ness. PROLL <t STENBERG, 719 Market St. ■ ; : r <aXK;n '.fifty AND FANCY GOODS bus tjT?«Jvv',»ness: fixtures: good location: sacrifice; sickness. ROLL .v STENBERO, 719 Market st ■ (-TOM?! GERMAN BAKERY; STORE FIX ■ •_WMy« tires: big outside trade: horse; wagon; "clears. $125 .month: trial given; leaving .city. I'ls<>LJ.;._: STKXJS!-!'.(i, 719 Market st. ,'pn SELL A BUSINESS OF ANY 1 X I) .1 quick lor cash gee STRAND <te CO., 46 Third st. "^;i;^fi SALOON. WITH 3 LIVING-ROOMS: .- «sV_rt/vJ. pood trade; no opposition: situated be- tween large, factories. See STRAND&am...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 May 1895

14 TO THE FATHERLAND Claus Spreckels Leaves San Francisco for Europe. ON PLEASURE AND DUTY. The Eminent Californian Re ceives the Good Wishes of His Many Friends. END OF THE SLANDER SUIT. John D. and Adolph Spreckels' Confession of Judgment to Save Their Father. Claus Spreckels left yesterday evening for Kurope. The man who safely launched the Valley GROUP OF THE SPRECKELS FAMILY IN THE RAILROAD CAR JUST BEFORE THE DEPARTURE OF THE TRAIN. [Sketched for the " Call " by J. Kahler.] railroad has taken three months' leave of absence from the people and the State he has so nobly and unceremoniously served, to recreate himself in the life of another continent. He has worked hard lately. His enormous personal interests and the additional burden of floating a new enter prise of such magnitude as the San Fran cisco and San Joaquin Railroad have ex acted from him such time and attention as to tax his mental and physical strength be yond endurance. Therefore he has gone away from business care...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.— NO. 160. SONOMA'S FETE END S. Merry Events Mark the Closing Day at Healdsburg. CROWDS SEE THE RACES. Exciting Contests of Athletes for the Trophies of the Carnival. QUEEH EMMA'S RULE IS OVER. Reluctantly Her Subjects Cease Their Revel and the Rose Show Passes Into History. ■v :HEA.i,I>SB : ; ,.. Cal., : . May 18.-^The last; day •as well as the.; last night of the festival has been filled with music, although' the misfortune of there being no late trains south;- caused, very .many visitors, who really wanted to be here at the finish, to " steal away — not so silently as the Arab, to "be sure, but quite as effectually. Still the I • \»indows and porticos and the sidewalks in front of the J plaza , were crowded with ; spectators to witness the sports that con : tinued all the afternoon and evening, as long as daylight lasted. During all the afternoon the. famous Sbtdyome band, in its high stand by the :" tower in the center of the plaza, discoursed sweet music, while...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

2 PACIFIC COAST NEWS A Marc use Man Fired Upon by Two High waymen. JAILBREAK AT SEATTLE. The Disincorpomtion of Paso Robles Defeated at the Polls. A NORTH YAKIMA TRAGEDY. Commencement Exercises to Be Held at Santa Rosa— Arrest of a Yuba Bandit. lIABCU6E, Cai,., May 18.— At a.dance held at Harkeys Corners, near this place, last night, Thomas Kinch was held up by two men, who supposedly took him for the doorkeeper. Kinch was at the well when the robbers rode up and inquired the way to Knights Landing. While giving the desired information Kinch was struck by one of the men,* who at the same time grabbed his watchchain. A scuffle ensued ■in which a shot was tired, canying away one of Kinch 's fingers. The robbers es caped. SEATTLE JAILBUEAK. Burglar Ford. Dashes for Liberty, but Is Again Recaptured. SEATTLE, Wash., May 18.-R. H. Ford, a burglar, escaped from the County Prison to-day for the second time within six weeks, but was recaptured late to-night. Ford was convicted and sentenced ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

DEBATE A DECISION. Supreme Court Justices and the Income Tax. CONCLUSIONS IN DOUBT. It Is Said the Whole Law May Be Declared Uncon stitutional. RESTS WITH JUSTICE JACKSON. The Result of the Rehearing, How ever, Is Extremely Prob lematical. WASHINGTON, D. C, May 18.-The annual shadbake of the District Fair Asso ciation proved so much more attractive to some of the Justices of the Supreme Court to-day than the consultation-room that the usual Saturday conference of the Supreme Court was postponed until next Monday morning. In consequence of this post ponement the final conclusion on the .income-tax cases has been deferred until then. The second conference on the question is made necessary according to ihe best infor mation obtainable by the fact that the position of at least one of the members of the court, believed to be Justice Shiras, was not definitely and absolutely an nounced last Saturday. Justices Harlan, Brown, White and Jackson hat 1 a separate consultation under circumstanc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

4 ENGINEERED BY HILL Scheme for Reorganiza tion of the Northern Pacific. i PLANS ARE AGREED UPON Shares to the Amount of One Hundred Million to Issue. BONDS SECURED BY LIENS. The Great Northern Men Will Have Control In the Board of Directors. BERLIN, Germaity, May 18.— For the past four days meetings of the United German Norther : Pacific committees have been; considering the proposals of Mr. Ed Adams, the representative of the Deutsche Bank of Berlin, for the reorganization of the Northern Pacific Railroad, and they have finally authorized him ! o carry out his plan, which the bondholders will be recommended to accept, if be first point of the Adams reorgani ration plan is foreclosure of the old com pany and the formation of a new company under special arrangements for this pur pose. Secondly, the new company is to issue shares to the amount of $100,000,000 and a maximum of $200,000,000 gold bonds, free of taxation. A sufficient amount of these bonds is to be reserved, in order to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

A WOMAN POISONED Mrs. Jennie Matthews Given a Fatal Dose of Strych nine. HER HUSBAND'S STATEMENT. The Secretary of Laurel Hill Cem etery Accused of the Crime. The body of Mrs. Jennie Matthew^ wife of a street-car conductor, living at 502 Broderiok street, was taken to the Morgue tin:* morning. In a living statement made by her at a hit.* hour last night she charged the sec retary of the Laurel Hill Cemetery with poisoning her. About 2 o'clock in the afternoon she complained of being sick, so her husband, Edwin Matthews, says. She told him she had been induced by the secretary to take a pill. Dr. Griffiths of 1340 Hayes street was called and did what he could for her, but . she died at 12:35 o'clock this morning. According to the statement made to her husband the secretary of the cemetery, Charles H. Crowell, had made improper proposals to the woman when she went to visit the grave of her two children. She resisted and exhibited a revolver. He then gave her a pill. Her little five-ye...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

6 THE CITY'S INDUSTRIES Business Reported to Be Very Brisk in the Mechan ical Arts. BUILDING A GREAT DREDGER. Orders for Machinery From the East— Some New California Enterprises. The Golden State and Miners' Iron Works are at work on a contract on one of the largest clamshed dredgers ever built in the world. The bucket will handle as high as six yards of earth at one swing, and the boom is 125 feet long, making it possible to load and deposit 250 feet dis tant from the point where the deposit is taken up. It is fitted throughout with compound condensing engines, electric lights, and with all its new appliances is expected to do most rapid work of any dredger ever built. Thi3 company is also furnishing a new 600-horsepower Corliss engine to the Mutual Electric Power Com pany for their new works on Howard street, near Second. They have also just placed a lOO^horsepower gasoline engine in tne new schooner Motiterev. This is one of the largest built on this coast, and will drive the Mon...

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