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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

She CSiU SUNDAY ....MAY 19, 1895 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. ■■:■ The graduating exercises take place at Mills College next week. ■ • The leading musicians of the City give a din -.. ner to honor of Ysaye. The last of Ysaye's four concerts took place : at the Baldwin yesterday. • -.The yachts cruised from all sides of the bay ' for Mare Island yesterday. ' The Odd Fellows Grand Lodge and Rebekah • Assembly have adjourned. . ; The San. Francisco Methodist Sunday-schools picnicked at Glenwood yesterday. . A lady donated a holt of bandage muslin to the Receiving Hospital yesterday. • Weather forecast for to-day: Fair; nearly stationary temperature; brisk westerly winds. .. The white buck of Nevada County was re cently killed. Its hide is mounted in this City. Three more boys were arrested yesterday for committing burglaries in the Western Addi tion. ■ The Czarina has arrived from Alaska, and re .- ports the loss of the sloop Volcano at Sanak Island. The winners at the track yesterday were Perh...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

8 A PURE WHITE DEER SHOT. The Last of This Variety Killed Recently in Nevada County. IT IS NOW ON EXHIBITION. Held In Superstitious Reverence by the Indians— Nine Bullets In Its Body. The white buck of Nevada County, prob ably the last of its kind in California, has fallen before a hunter'B gun. Its Btuffed hide is on exhibition in Ladd's gunstore. It was not an Indian hunter who killed it, for no red man would have dared to draw a bead upon the beautiful creature for fear of a curse falling upon his family and his tribe. The Indians in that locality believed that the white deer contained the spirit of one of their great and good chiefs and to kill it would have been worse than mur der. For several years the animal had been occasionally seen by the Indians in the mountains in various parts of the THE SACRED WHITE D££B OP NEVADA COUNTY. county, but they rarely spoke of it to the whites, fearing the latter would start in pursuit. A few white men saw it, but none were very desirous of ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

SPORTING UP TO DATE A Parade of Wheelmen Will Be Held in This City Soon. WILL BE MANY WHEELS IN LINE News From Sacramento of Interest to Cyclers, Sportsmen and Coursers. The following notice from Chief Consul Charles K. Melrose has been mailed to members of the League of American "Wheelmen : a parole of wheelmen is to be held next Wednesday evening, May 28, to demonstrate tlio sfreiijfth of the wheelmen in this City, and thereby assist the property-owners in se cnrir.g bituminous rock on Folsom street from the terries to Nineteenth street. It is the duty vi every person who rides a wheel to assist in the demonstration, and I a>k that every mem ber of the league in this City turn out and help make this a monster parade. Vie Hancock will start on Wednesda> for Eureka. He intends getting up a new map. of routes for the League of American Wneelmen. road book of that district. A map showing a road to Los Angeles will also appear in the near future. Members of the Empire Gun Club we...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

10 MONEY MAKING IN ASIA. By Frank G, Carpenter, •■ •; The representatives of a number of ; big .•„. American syndicates are now on their way • ..' across the Pacific to investigate the possi ;"• bilities of investment and speculation in China, Korea and Japan. One of these is the lion. George B. Williams, who was for / ." years connected with the Japanese Govern ment as one of its foreign advisers, ana '■."■who later on was the legal adviser of the :" Equitable Life Insurance Company in Lon ... don. Another is Chester A. Holcomb, ; ' who was long associated with our legation •' :in . Peking, and who is well posted upon "'.China and the Chinese. In addition to :;" these I hear of scores of individuals who .- : propose to go to China and Korea in order : to be able to take advantage of the changed •V conditions consequent upon the carrying ' out of the new treaty, and a number of old „.-' schemes will probably be revived. It was '. . only seven years ago that Wharton Bar .ker raised a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

11 LATEST OAKLAND NEWS Harry Turtle Run Over by a :; :. : Heavily Loaded Lumber : .-;v/v • Truck. SOT EVEN A BONE BROKEN. . A. : C. Azerado Savagely Assaulted ; ■ [ '..:■ by His Countryman— Mrs/ l 'tX • ;..:"■ . v Potter's Whims. ■' -.-/•;■'- \ •■! »••■. . • : -■'• % ".Harry Tuttle, a boy, fell from his bicycle ■ oh Webster street between Alameda and '!■_.. Oakland yesterday morning before a lum ..: ber-truck. The wheel passed over him, in flicting 'contusion of the back and right ■.arm." When Harry regained his conscious !-:ness. And was taken to his home at 150 ■:. .-P.exalla Heights his chief regret was that ■;• his bicycle became demolished in the acci '■ ,<J;e.nt:: . .. . Harry was one of the racers of the Lin . .coin School Cycling Club which 'had an ; exciting" eight-mile race from Oakland to .'•■Alam.eda and return yesterday morning. <" The boys who entered the race were:- . ■.Bercovich scratch, Ed Quinn Vi mm., Nick .'■ Rqunemort 3 . mm., Harold Lancaster 1% mln., ■':...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

12 SAN FRANCISCO "CALL.- BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco Caix— 710 Market street, open until 12 o'clock every eight in the year. BRANCH OFFICES— S3O Montgomery street, corner Clay: open until 9:30 o'clock. .'39 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock. 717 Larkin street, open until 9:30 o'clock. sw. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets, open until P o'clock. 2518 Mission street, open until 9 o'clock. 116 Ninth street, open until 9:30 o'clock. CHURCH NOTICES. •^^S^rRINITSrcHURCH, COR. BUSH AND fcj^ Cough • sis.— George * Edward Walk, rector. The fifth. Sunday after Easter. Service, sermon and holy communion at 11 a. m. Evening • prayer, and sermon .at 7:30 P. M. Music, morn- ing,* "Te Deum and Jubilate! 1 mC (Calkins): offer tory. "Entreat Me Not to Leave Thee" | (Gounod) ; solo, Mrs. Westwater. Evening, "Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis" in G (Calkins) offertory, "Praise the Lord" (Randezzer). 11. J. Stewart, organist. HE^— => ST. JOHN'S PRESBYTERIAN , ES-J v Church, cor. Californi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

.fv CITY REAL ESTATE. rs \ H. U3IBSEN * bo>, '""""- : REAL ESTATE AGENTS, RENT COLLECTORS •" ' AND AUCTIONEERS, 14 Montgomery St., Sen Francisco. : Call and obtain one of our "Real Estate Records," ] which contains a list of properties for sale In all 1 parts of the city. IMPROVED PROPERTY. ; Qi A (\C\f\ ELEGANT NE. COR. ON PACI- t.UUU. fie Heishts; lot 51x81; 2 bouses— one of 8 and one of 9 rooms and bath; both streets ■accepted; elite location. ; $i.~\ (I PLnn PARKIN ST., NR. CALIFOR- ViU.iwW. nia; 2 stores and 8 flats; rent $140 per month; let 40:6x87:6. / . ■ Q79^n CHEAP: FINE RESIDENCE OF 9 •_ I — JU. rooms and hath; brick foundation; nicely situated on Clay St.; lot 27:2x102; street accepted. QOHAA SNAP: RENT $31 50: 2 GOOD qpOV/W. fiats of 5 and 6 rooms: well situated on 18th, short distance from Valencia; lot 25x114. QI 9 C\(\f\ VINE CORNER ON BUSH ST., V 1 —.UUU. nr. Van Ness aye.; lot 24x70; old improvements; rent $75. Q?\l C\(\C\ AN " ELEGANT PIECE OF *jOX.\J\J\J. busi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

14 BUSINESS CHANCES FOR S^X^^R^XCHANGE-BEST-PAYING restaurant in San Jose, clearing over $100 per month: part cash, balance trade; full investigation allowed : state what you have. P. O. box 425, San Jose. - _* ' BUM NESS WANTED WHERE AN INVEST- ment of $500 will pay a fair return to adver- tiser for capital and time; no liquor. Address C. })., 16V2 Dangers st., San Francisco. AIAA PARTNER IN GOOD PAYING UU. lodging-house. P., box 107, Call. OOD PAYING RESTAURANT; GOOD IX- X vestment for man and wife; cheap rent. 62 Eighth st. ■ CIOA/I HALF-INTEREST IN GOOD-PA Y- fT" 1 1 — ' M '. ing liquor ana bar business to a suit- able man; trial granted. FISCHER, 117 Front st. OFFEE - SALOON AND FIRST - CLASS i creamery; $3000. Apply SPECK'S, 30 Mont- gomery^ ■ \jl” l\ COFFEE-SALOON: MONTGOMERY: CsOOU. clears SPECK'S. 30 Montgomery. REAT BARGAIN-SALOON IN FINE LO- I cation: very cheap if taken at once. Call to- day (Sunday) between 2 and 5 p. x. at 116 Geary. © QAA RESTAURANT FOR SALS— ON ONE t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

NATIONAL GUARD LAWS Ignorance of Them Causes Several Very Peculiar Blunders. DICKINSON STILL IN OFFICE. As He Is the Brigadier-General the Election of Colonel Bush Is Illegal. The new military law of this State seems to be worse than a Chinese puzzle to nearly every member of the National Guard from Commander-in-Chief Budd down to the latest recruit in the awkward squad. The Governor's interpretation of the law has brought about two complications. The first, according to the opinion of 6ome of the local warriors, is that Brigadier- General John H. Dickinson is still the commanding officer of the Second Brigade and that he could, if he chose, hold office until the next Legislature meets. The appointment of Colonel Wartield is, ac cording to this theory, of no value in case General Dickinson chooses to hold his office. The second complication arose from the Governor's action in calling the election in the First Regiment. Ac cording to the old law an election for colonel must be called...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

16 THE WOMAN'S CONGRESS Miss Anthony and Rev. Miss Shaw to Arrive This Morning. WIDE SCOPE OF THE WORK Talks With Leading Ladles of the Congress on Its Objects and Purposes. The new woman and the woman of the past and present are looking forward with great expectation to the second annual ses sion of the Women's Congress of the Pa cific Coast, which convenes in Golden Gate , "lall on Sutter street Monday morning. Mi>s Susan B. Anthony and Rev. Anna MISS HARRIET COOPER, SECKETAKY OF THE WOMAN'S CONGRESS AUXILIARY. [From a photograph.] H. Shaw will arrive from the East this morning and be met at Oakland by a num ber of ladies of this city. The bringing of the^e two celebrated women to the congress from the far East is regarded by the leaders of the movement as an achievement worthy of more than passing notice. It shows that the women of the coast are determined to have the benefit of the best counsel procurable in their aspiration tor moral) social and intel lectual improvement. Th...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

THE BLACK DOG of the BEND. By Dan de Quille. It was a good night for ghosts and ghost ] stories. A storm ivas raping that seemed to rock the world— a storm illuminated with vivid liashes of lightning and punc tuated with terrific peals of thunder. It was the first big storm of the California winter season, then a little overdue. A dozen of us, prospector?, miners and teamsters, all men of the mountains, had taken shelter early in the evening from the impending storm at a huge barn-like •wayside station or tavern a few miles be low the Calaveras Big-tree Grove, on the toad, leading down to Murphy s, then a considerable mining town. "We were all glad to be comfortably housed, for the storm was a terror. The thunder seemed to shake the solid mountains; the wind roared in the sur rounding pine forest like an angry sea; the rain came down in torrents, and frequent flashes of lightning came in at the un- i curtained windows that paled the in effectual light of the oil lamps. Alter an exce...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

18 FORT FRAYNE CHAPTER XIII. Clear and sparkling Christmas morn iag dawned on old Fort Frayne. The clouds that obscured the moon at mid night sent fluttering earthward a fresh fall of snow and spread a spotless coverlet over the Valley of the Platte, softening rude outline?, capping with glistening white roof and chimney, tree and tower, and mercifully obliterating the unsightly streaks that led across the frozen river, and the deep red blotches that smeared the post at No. 6. Two discoveries had been made by the officer of the guard in his search after the removal of Graice, struggling and cursing savagely, to the prison-room on the second floor, where Leale himself directed him placed, instead of among the garrison pris oners in the general room. One was that the sentry had received from some source a flask of whisky after being placed on post, for, half emptied, it was found in a woodpile back of the officers' quarters. The other was that he had more than once meandered from the ...

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

Gown of very handsome black silk crepon, with dark green satin bows and rosettes. The uoiit it of the richest combination of twisted cords of green and black silk. The effect is exquisite. Odd, is it not, how some women will send back a bodice half a dozen times to their dressmakers on account of a slight imperfection, and yet will wear false fronts three shades lighter than their own hair, and yet appear totally oblivious of the ridiculous appearance they present ? False fronts are doubtless blessines when the hair becomes too thin, but look to it that that they do not remain yonthful in ap pearance while the growing hair shows un mistakable traces of age. All fashion notes nowadays allude to the constant use of laces, and assuredly nothing is more effective for adornment Gown of black crepon, combined with chine silk. than lace or fur, but some people will in sist on using very cheap productions with handsome materials. Now, lam thinking of a really handsome gown of peau de soie w...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

20 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— 46 per year by mail ; by carrier, 16c per week. SUNDAY CALL-» 1.60 per year. WEEKLY CAXL—»J .60 per year. The Eastern office of the BAN FRANCISCO CALL (Dally and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Rhinelander building, Rose and Puane streets, New York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Are you going to the country on a vacation T If so, it is no trouble for us to forward THE CALL to your address. Do not let it miss you for you will rates it- Orders given to the carrier, or left at Biuin«Ki Office, TlO Market street, will receive prompt attention. SUNDAY MAY 19, 1895 Wisdom goes without crutches. Too much gain brings some pain. Arrogance is the livery of weakness. No one ever accused spring of being too fresh. ' Suffering is generally a confession of misconduct. Nearly everything done in an underhand way is overdone. Some of the white lies common in society are old enough to be gray. The person who does not e...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

SOCIETY Ysaye. Commencements. The teachers' reception. I Skull and Keys play at Berkeley. Irving Institute Alumni breakfast. Elmer de Pue's concert next Thursday. Mrs. Howard's reception to W. A. Reaser. Miss Wilcox's luncheon at the Hotel Rafael. Mrs. Younger's tea to the Sorosls Club to morrow. The Bennington officers' reception at the navy-yard last Monday. "The Mistletoe Bough" for the benefit of the Ladies' Relief Society this week. The following engagements have been an nounced: J. E. Musser to Miss Dora Cantrell. . > Burt Money to Miss May Gandanbert. George Marquis to Miss Alba Bennett. P. W. P. Jahnne to Miss M. D. Ruhling. Seymour Gabriel to Miss Anna Neuberg. Joseph Kaufman to Miss Sarah Abrams. E Weddings last week: Plate-Wall. I.ucy-Heuer. Tubbs-Hagar. Freeman-Head. O'Brien-Slattery. Rodgers-Montgomery . THE WEEK. YSAYE at the Baldwin and the various' commencement functions at the State University have , taken most of the attention of society people still in tow All ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

22 The Theatres. The Tivoli revives "Dorothy" to-morrow. The Lilliputians open at the Baldwin to-night. "A Man Among Men" is to be the next attrac tion at Morocco's. Levy, the well-known cornetist, opens at the Orpheum to-morrow. The James M. Ward Company plays for an other week at the Alcazar. Fred C. Whitney, the light-opera impressario, is organizing a comedy company for next sea son. "All the Comforts of Home" will be put on the boards of the Columbia Theater, following "Captain Swift." Charles H. Pratt, manager of Marie Tavary Grand Opera Company, proposes to send an agent to Europe this spring in search of novel ties in the operatic line. Carrie Roma, the prima donna of the United States Marine band concert tour, is described by a Memphis newspaper as resembling Dv Maurier's celebrated heroine. Robert Downing has closed his season of thirty-seven week;-, which he snys is the most prosperous he has ever had, and has turned gardener tor the summer months at his coun try place at...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

In Childhoods Realm The Humming Top. The top tt hummetb a sweet, swe«t song To my dear little boy at play- Merrily singetu all day long As It spinneth and splnneth away. And my dear little boy He laughed with joy When he heard the monotone Of the bn9y thing That loved tofcing The song that is all its own. Hold fast the string, and wind It tight, That the song be loud and clear; Sow hurl the top with all your might Upon the banquette here. And straight from the string The joyous thing fioundeth and splnneth along, And it whirs and It chin As it birrs and it purrs Ever Its pretty song. > Will ever my dear little boy grow old, As some have grown before? "Will ever his heart feel faint and cold When he heareth the songs of yore? Will ever this toy Of my dear little boy. When the years have worn away, Sing sad and low Of the long ago At It singeth to me to-day T Eogsnr Field, In Scribnei's. Dorothy and Dolly. You is a very awful bad naughty dolly to make such a much fuss about it's ho...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

24 RELICS OF DISTANT DAYS. They Are Mere Fragments of the Lost Civilization of the Mayas. DUG FROM FOBGOTTEN TOMBS. Intensely Interesting: Antiquities Now at the Academy of Sciences. In the museum of the Academy of Sci ences there is a really unique and valuable collection of antiquities of a prehistoric American race, the Mayas of Central America, and it is going a-begging for a purchaser. The owner will sell it for a song, and still it goes a-begging. Archaeologists are free to declare there is not such another collection in the United States, not even in the celebrated Smith sonian Institution, where at best merely a fragmentary lot of Mayan relics can be seen. Years ago many very valuable relics of thet^e most interesting people and their wonderful civilization were carried away SOME CHARACTERISTIC RELICS OF THE MAYAS IN THE MANUEL GARCIA ELQUETA COLLECTION. [Sketched by a "Call" artist.] from Yucatan to European museums and institutions of learning. Some found their way to the ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

25 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD. SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Fifteen failures last week. Liberal supplies of Coal promised. Coffee firmly held. Grain Bags strong. Wheat and Bariey futures advanced. Oats, Corn und Rye unchanged. Bifekwheat lower. Beans almost wholly nominal. Hay easy and quiet. Bank clearings about even. Provisions unchanged. Cherries quiet. Strawberries did better. Oranges and Lemons weak. New Potatoes and Onions lower. Butter, Esss and Cheese unchanged. Poultry nominal. New Cucumbers from Marysvtlle. Silver advanced. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. Cxitbd States Dkpastjtentt of AomcnTr TriK. Wkathf.r Rurf.au, fAS Francisco, May IS. 1896, 5 p. m.— Weather conditions and general forecast. The barometric conditions have remained nearly constant during the past twenty-four hours, with the exception of a moderate fall in pressure In Southwestern Nevada and In Utah. This has made a considerable difference in the pressure be twen the Southern California coast and Southern Nevada, and is causi...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 May 1895

26 ■When we say tla^^^ "^tfii^^^ T*l-4II? t> O I F\_^ ___* /"____* 4Z.f^ZIH? Fancy Goods Ribbons. 5u When wesav « al! Ifaen " we 1 11 D DKIUUt UT Z>ljL t C == Ba s^a^ C dfe%I A i^e E g cSd IB af3 O orI: 5 C mean that every thread is made Not to be confounded with the ••Bridge of Sighs" in Venice, the ment colors, only Boit cip^ona. 'va'.u^^fv^Vetow ari liffl^^3ll^^&^Z^^^=2_=v-^ ?*"** 1° dark a " d drCary dungeons-for this bridge has been worth looking at anyway. I "JiM l lla^-frr?^^^^jDti'^]tf?^^ designed to point out the way to the brightest, lightest and most satin and linen back, coiors-tansl . handsomely appointed Dry Goods Store in San Francisco. X^'fonh^m"?^**^ 5 C BLEACHED DAMASK TOWEL- the climax of Bar- I T^^ W C °^?Bonm°nt oUMwt GIRCIjES ' 15 C ttH-ee'drjTerentiots^some^rinwd,' IAC bridged Over the '^^^^^^^^^^^^i^^ A Hy 5 raß^KiliMt^M^rE^^/O-^^T^ Ml I. g^TE* ' EEfe^J' ODD Lic\ N 8 D to E b?c?osi^t E a? NEDY 2° aomo hemmed, wortb from ISVxC -L, U K "" UgC " * r>...

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