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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 May 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.— NO. 161. PACIFIC COAST NEWS A Riot at a Brewers' Pic nic Held in Sac ramento. SCARLET FEVER AT IONE, Tents Are Sent From Sacra mento in Which the Chil dren Will Camp. A VERY BIG COAL SHIPMENT. The Captain of the British Warship Royal Arthur Died on His Way Home. SACRAMENTO, Cal., May 19.— The brewers' picnic, which was celebrated to day at Richmond Grove, on the outskirts of this city, ended in a genuine riot, and eeveral persons were seriously injured. A man named Fred Markey had his throat cut, and was found slowly bleeding to death near the outskirts of the grove. He was placed in an express wagon and conveyed to the Receiving Hospital, where City Physician Fowler was com pelled to take sixteen stitches to close the ghastly wound. Markey was so completely under the influence of liquor that he was unable to give the name of his assailant. It is rumored that he was the aggressor, and stabbed some unknown man, who retali ated by cutting his throat. At present no arre...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 May 1895

2 PICTURESQUE PORTIONS OF THE GREAT SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY. Acres of Alfalfa, Prune Orchards, Fine Stock Ranches, Yellow Wheat Fields. RANCHING FOR PROFIT. Visalia, Tulare and Bakersfield Progressive and Beautiful Cities. WILD GAME FOR SPORTSMEN. A Country Where the Home-Seeker Can Find Good Homes, Good Neighbors and Good Towns. FACTS ABOUT TULABE COUNTY. .Population . 24,574 Assessed valuation, 1894.... 815, G53.G4G Area in square miles..... 4,650 Assessed cultivated acreage 307,864 Total fruit acreage.... 18,500 Mountain lands, acres 1,698,560 Foothill lands, acre* 460,800 Valley lands, acres:.. 816,640 Exports in 1894 (poor year) : in pounds,.... 184,635,561 FACTS ABOUT KERN COUNTY. Assessed valuation, 1894 913,418,027 Acres of wheat, '94.... 71,150 Number of fruit tr<^es planted... 477,843 Number' acres of land as sessed 1,993,901 Number of pounds of pro . ducts exported 107,500,000 VISALIA, Cal., May 19.— That portion of the San Joaquin Valley, which includes Tulare and Kern cou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 May 1895

RATES WILL ASCEND. President Hill Candidly Announces His Policy. INCREASE OF PROFITS. One Result of the Northern Pacific-Great Northern Consolidation. TRADE WITH THE OEIENT. The Magnate Says It Will Necessi tate the Construction of Ocean Greyhounds. NEW YORK, N. V., May 19.— President James J. Hill of the Great Northern Rail way, who arrived from Europe yesterday, conferred with th^ Northern Pacific reor ganization committee and then started for Chicago. Previous to his departure, Mr. Hill said in an interview that C. P. Huntington did not put the 10 per cent estimate on in crease in business a bit too high as a result of the deal between these companies. Rates will be put up slightly all along the line and many expenses will be cut off. Moreover, it seems the Canadian Pacific will be given a lively race in the building and development of the Northwest. President Hill expects much from the town of Great Falls, Mont., as the "Pitts burg of the West," and should Tesla suc ceed at Niag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 May 1895

4 MARYSVILLE MEN WIN They Easily Defeat Crack Shots From Frisco. A NEW MATCH PROPOSED. The Visitors Concede That the Country Riflemen Won a Thorough Victory. THEY ARE NOT CAST DOWN. A Handsomely Embossed Souvenir Was Presented to the San Francisco Boys. MARYSVILLE,CaI., May 19.— Company I C of the Eighth Regiment, stationed here, ) won the great rifle match here to-day and ; established a new world's record for com- ! pany shooting. Fifty marksmen from its j E. A. FORBES, CAPTAIN OF COMPANY C, EIGHTH INFANTRY REGI MENT, MASYSVILLE, THE WINNING TEAM. [From a photograph.] ranks scored 1982 points out of a possible 2500. The record was formerly 1951 points, and was held by Company B, First In fantry, of San Francisco, the unsuccessful contestant in to-day's match. The visitors scored 1907 points, a falling off of 44 points from their record, made three weeks ago at Shell Mound Park. The shooting began promptly at 10 o'clock. The day was clear, but a fitful i breeze blew directly across...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 May 1895

HER DEATH A MYSTERY. The Evidence Regarding Mrs. Jennie Mathews' Demise Is Conflicting. WAS THE WOMAN POISONED? Captain Lees' Theory— Statements Implicating Secretary Crowell Were Not True. There were several new developments in the matter of the death of Mrs. Jennie Mathews of 502 Broderick street, late last Saturday night, but the case is by no means freed from the elements of mystery. Through the ravings of the woman prior to ter death an injustice was inadvertently doT.e in yesterday's reports to Mr. Crowell, j the superintendent of Laurel Hill Ceme tery. To her husband., before she died, she kept repeating the statement that the su perintendent of the cemetery had given her a pill which made her sick. It transpires that Mr. Crowell is away in Santa Barbara, and could not possibly have had anything to do with the case. The person to whom Mrs. Mathews had reference was Oliver W. Winthrop, the as sistant superintendent of the cemetery, but the statement that he gave Mrs. Mathews a...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 May 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDdE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— <G per year by mail; by carrier, 15c per week. SUNDAY CALL-» 1.50 per year. WEEKLY CALL— *I.;Vi per year. The Eastern office of the SAN FRANCISCO CALL (Dally and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Rhlnelander building, Rose and Duane streets, New York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Are you going to the country on a vacation? If 60, it is no trouble for us to forward THE CALL to yuur address. Do not let it miss you for you will miss Jt. Orders given to the carrier, or left at Business Oflice, 710 Market street, will receive l'jrompt attention. MONDAY MAY 20, 1898 In concentration is strength. Catch on to the best movement. Start your enterprises early and avoid the rush. The street-light question seems to be a dark problem. San Francisco must be made a home market center. Health is the only comfortable raiment that wealth can wear. Ysaye can draw a longer bow with his hand than with his tongue. If you d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 May 1895

MONDAY MAY 20, 1896 CITY NEWS IN BEIEF. Yesterday was Flower Sunday at the Uni tarian Church. Fritz Scheel did not lead the band in Golden Gate Park yesterday. The Liliputians opened to a crowded house at the Baldwin Theater last night. It will be fair to-day with nearly stationary temperature and brisk westerly winds. Theodore Purrant. who is in the County Jail, ■was viaited by Salvation Army soldiers yester day. The butchers' board of trade will have a day's onting and picnic at Shell Mound Park Wednesday. Bishops Goodaell and Walden dedicated the enlarged Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church yesterday afternoon. Rev. Pr. Williams preached last evening upon the principles and characteristics of the Congregational church. Mlas Susan B. Anthony arrived in San Fran lay. She expressed her views re specting woman's suffrage. The City and County Hospital is threatened with a famine and the patients may be de prived of necessary medicines. The St. Francis Jr.'s -won their sixth suc cessive...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 May 1895

8 WEEKLY FRATERNAL INDEX. Summaries of Grand Lodges That Met During the Week. COMPANIONS TO MEET TO-DAY. A Change Made In the Place of Meeting: of the Supreme Lodge A. O. U. W. II v c 1 BO r> g a o jj el ■ 35 : ts ■ V) .L.of H . O. V. W losen Friends, nights of Honor.. . and L. of H .of theG. E utiooul Union -der of Pendo . of the World 337 S8 39 May 11 13 13 May 243 May 432 S3 34 May 412 IS 14 May 95 86 97 Muy 164 165 May 13 May 62 May V 1 1 1 .1 1 1 10 1 1; May I May May May June June May June [Official assessment notices of any legitimate fraternal society will be published free of cost in above table. Send them, with any other matters e»f importance, by Friday, addressed Fraternal Society Editor Morning (.'all, San Francisco.] Odd Fellows. From May 14 to May 18 inclusive, the California Grand Lodge I. 0. O. F. con vened in Assembly Hall in Odd Fellows' building. There were 654 officers, delegates and past grands present, representing 340 lodges out of the 358 in the State. In...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 May 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS The Rev. Anna Howard Shaw c at the First Congrega- ) tional Church. "STAND FAST IN THE FAITH." ■ i The Blunder That Gave Rise to What Promises to Be a Thrill ing Church Scandal. The R( v. Anna Howard Shaw, M.D., of Philadelphia, who is a guest of the Wo man* Congress to be held in San Fran cisco tin? week, occupied the pulpit of the Fir.-t Congregational Church in Oakland yesterday morning to the evident delight of a congregation that filled the church. She wu- introduced by Rev. Dr. J. K. He- Lean, pastor of the church, who said in his introductory remarks that he was glad thai it was no longer an innovation | for women to preach the gospel. It was I his pleasure to introduce a regularly or- UaineU lady minister, a graduate of a reg ular Boston theological university who had also taken a degree in medicine. Of late years, he said, she had been called out of the narrower into the wider congrega tion where she might preach with all the world for a congregation. Th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 May 1895

10 APPROVED BY THE PRESS The Policy of the New "Call" Receives Hearty Sup port. WHAT THE STATE PAPERS SAY 1 The Anti-Lottery Crusade and the Stand for United California Commended. ABILITY, CLEANLINESS, NOBILITY. Healdtburg Enterprise. We have had occasion to commend the course oi tne Call several times since the change of ownership, for its independence and honesty, as well as for the reform it has inaugurated and its respectful and honorable treatment of its contemporaries. It is now entitled to another long credit mark for its efforts to buiid up the indus tries of the interior towns and country. In this it shows its broadmindednessand free dom from local jealousy, and vindicates its right to the honorable title of metropolitan journal, bespeak for the Call, because of its ability, cleanliness and nobility of purpose, a large circulation among our people. NEITHER HIDEBOUND N'OK PRO VINCIAL. Redlnnds dtrtfiraph. There is nothing in the rapid jump the San Francisco Call has made int...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 May 1895

BUSINESS CHANCES. TO~ SELL A BUSINESS OF ANY KIND quick for cash see STRAND * CO., 45 Third st. QlF.fj SALOON, WITH 3 LIVING-ROOMS; ilptrUU. good trade; no opposition: situated be- tween large factories, see STRAND&CO.,4S Third. BARGAIN— OLD-ESTABLISHED CHOP- bouse and coffee parlor for sale at a sacrifice; Dwner has other business. STRAND, 45 Third s. Hit 9Xo TAILORING BUSINESS ; GRAND «H;^rOv/. location; good trade; .bargain on < ac- count of departure. STRAND & CO., 45 Third st. Gift F. A' RESTAURANT: BEST LOCATION «U>UUU. on Market St.: great bargain; on ac- count of departure. STRAND & CO., 45 Third st. SALOON, NEAR 4 THEATERS; CLEARS $150 month; make offer. STRAND, 45 Third st. 1 f\(\ BAKERY; NO. 1 LOCATION; 3 «ID-1--L . rooms; cheap rent ; good,paying place; See STRAND A CO., 45 Third st. fICA CORNER BRANCH BAKERY; 3 tjp-l c>v/. rooms; good-paying. STRAND, 45 Third ©99' CIGAR-STAND: SELECT STOCK; *g)£/LiO.. fine fixtures; best location on Market St.; chea...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 May 1895

12 CONGRESS OF WOMEN Second Annual Session in San Francisco To-Day. TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION. Susan B. Anthony and Anna H. Shaw to Attend the Meeting. SUSAN B. TO SPEAK HER MIND. Will Tell the Women of San Fran cisco What They Want and How to Get It. Mayor Sutro will deliver to-day the ad dress of welcome at the opening of the sec ond annual meeting of the Woman's Con gress of the Pacific Coast. The hour of the convening is 10:30 a. m., and the place 6USAN B. ANTHONY, THE VETERAN LEADER OF THE EQUAL SUFFRAGISTS. [Sketched from life.] Golden Gate Hall, 625 Sutter street. It is expected that many progressive women will attend the sessions of the congress throughout the week, and the audience at the opening to-day promises to be quite large. The notion that the congress is to be a demonstration in force of the modern woman, or the new woman so called, is not exactly correct. The congress should bring to the discus sion of questions bearing on the home life the clearest intellect and the w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 May 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.-NO. 162. NEWS OF THE COAST Iron Mountain Miners Are Not Out on Strike. A GRAIN FIRE AT TRACY. Faulty Steering-Gear Causes the Return of the Monterey. A PROHIBITION NEWSPAPER. The San Joaquln River Is Falling and the Levees Are no Longer In Danger. REDDING. C.v,., May 20.— The rumors of a strike among the miners at Iron Mountain, twelve miles from this city, are without foundation, but they have been the means of raising wages materially, and hereafter men who have been paid $1 and $1 GO a d:iv will be paid $2 50 and $3. The survey for the railroad from Iron Mountain to a point eight miles north of Redding, on Spring Creek, has been com pleted, and it is said on good authority that Spring Creek will be the site for the' new smelting plant. The capacity of the smelter will be 1000 tons per day. An immense body of rich ore has just been encountered in the mine, and to-day ten millions of dollars would not buy it. It is without doubt the largest copper mine in the world. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 May 1895

FEE BILL IS NULL Judge Buckles of So lano Decides Against the Act. IT IS NOT GOOD LAW. Under It Constables and Jus- Jtices Could Draw All the Office Earnings. OUR GALLANT DEFENDER. The Crack Cruiser of the United States May Be Ordered to Mare Island. VALLEJO, Cai.., May 20.— The fee bill recently passed by the Legislature has been declared unconstitutional by Superior Judge Buckles. After the fee bill became a law Auditor Wooderson notified all con btables and Justices of th«» Peace that he would not pay salaries either under the old or new law until the court had ren dered a decision. Immediately there was a consultation of all interested parties. Constable Dan Fitzpatrick of Suisun brought an action against Wooderson for the purpose of test ing the constitutionality of the new law. Judge Buckles, after listening to the argu ments by counsel for plaintiff, rendered the following decision : The act of March 28, 1895. statutes 1895, page 208, provides that constables and jussices sha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 May 1895

KILLS ALL THE ACT. Second Decision of the Supreme Court on the income Tax. PROVISIONS ARE ILLEGAL Five Justices Declare the Whole Law to Be Un constitutional. FOUR DISSENTING OPINIONS. Harlan, Jackson, White and Brown Bitterly Assail the Action of the Majority. WASHINGTON, D. C, May 20.— The income tax law which has received so large a share of the public attention since the beginning of the regular session of the Fifty-third Congress is a thing of the past. After being twice heard in the United States Supreme Court, it was finally de cided to-day by the court to be invalid and unconstitutional. There were four dissenting opinions de livered in these cases to-day, one each by Justices Harian, Brown, Jackson and White, showing that the court had stood five to four against the law. Inasmuch as one of these dissenting opinions was handed down by Justice Jackson, and as he was absent at the first hearing when the court divided evenly on the question of sustaining the law on all points e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 May 1895

4 WOMAN`S CONGRESS 1895 The second annual session of the Woman's Congress of the Pacific Coast was called to order in Golden Gate Hall yesterday morning at 10:30 o'clock by the president, Mrs. Sarah B. Cooper of tnis City. Before it had concluded its first day's labors, the home, the new woman, motherhood and child training, and that universally interesting subject, marriage, were handled vigorously— the latter, in several instances, without gloves. The beautifully decorated hall was filled to overflowing for quite a time before the hour announced for the opening. Every seat in the auditorium was taken, the gal leries were packed and jammed with fair women and their escorts, and the aisles be low were crowded with many ladies and quite a number of men — brave men at that to venture into such a maze of feminine loveliness, wit and wisdom. The ladies of the auxiliary had worked hard to make the big bare stage look pic turesque, and their efforts were crowned with complete success. The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 May 1895

vitsl forces that are in the home. It is the homo thai challenges our best thought ami our de pest concern. No; alone your horn" and m: home, but the universal home, the home of humanity. • ' A mere glance at the programme will show you .mil In ihe purpose of the congress to treat 'Jf the home in its relation to the individual, . to-eevety, to the municipality, to the State, to the Nut lon i.'id the world. The logic of events -tells us: that all men are Dreihren. If one member suffers, all suffer with him. We need a finer social and civil development, . as the solid basis of a true material prosperity. "Far : superior in Importance to mere physical wealth is the wealth whicii comes from high mental and moral power; the prosperity that lie* in the line of Intelligence and real virtue. There must be genuine nobility of character, or the chance* are that posterity will regard the- brilliancy of the family jewels more religiously than the brightness of the family name. It "is In the hom...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 May 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— per year by mall; by carrier, 15c j>er week. SUNDAY CALL— SI.SO per year. "WEEKLY CALL— «I.£O per year. The Eastern office of the SAN" FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific IS tut eg Adver tising Bureau, Rhinelander building, Hose and Duane streets, New York. . THE SUMMER MONTHS. Are you going to tho country on a vacation 7 If so, it Is no trouble for us to forward THE CALL- to your address. Do not let It miss you for you will miss it. .Orders given to the carrier, or left at Business Office, 710 Market street, will receive prompt attention. ./ ! ■■ ; -DAY MAY 21, 1895 The cry is for factories. The mill-wheel •will work a revolution for us. Some people favor an enterprise only to head off another. Spending money is natural, but to spend it well is a fine art. Let your com manifest your public spirit as well as your tongtie. Money has wings, but it is only a fool ■who neglects to ciip them. If thi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 May 1895

TUKSPAT MAY 21, 1895 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. Cigar makers discuss plans to secure control of the home market. The decision on the income-tax law created no surprise in this City. Some one stole a jar of morphine from the Receiving Hospital yesterday. The Manufacturers' and Producers' Associa tion will meet in the Mills building to-night. The question of calling a general strike on the coast is being considered by the Seamen's union. W. J. Farrow, alias Dean, was sentenced to' terfcMin rs imprisollmelU at Folsom forcoun ,,, H * rr >' .Baxter, who has spent nearly half a oi : CorreV " o pnsoa> died yesterday in the Houso The weather forecast for the day is: Fair, nearly stationary temperature, brisk to high westerly winds. The programme of the Santa Cruz Venetian ; < *T ii?i rmval isar ">ouncedandgivespromise of a brilliant pageant. I The changes made in the line of survey in j ineban Jr.aquin Valley road between Stockton I and the Stanislaus are slight. Captain \V. G. Leale o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 May 1895

8 THE BAY DISTRICT RACES I'a.r and Tartar Downs Morven in an Exciting Nose-and- Nose Finish. IM MTTRPHY IS BEATEN, oyal Flush Not Equal to a Bruising Finish, and Succumbed to Red Glenn. While owne by W. 08. Macdonough but rwo mares wei bred to Sinfax, the stockily railt Veragua b ig one of the get. Nick Hall cashed a good bunch of tickets >ver the wir of Tar and Tartar, but dumped a ?ood (•itt-d portion of bis winnings back into Jie bocks by i n. Murphy's defeat. Ed. Purser backed his horse Red Glenn leavily around the ring, and it was fortunate .hat the Cap i"!l to a straggling start, for with i U'tu-r sewuff Del None would have landed ;he money. •" Among the string that will Bhortly sport By Holly's Glenn oi-iors will be Melanie, Florence Dickey, a two-year-old by Montana out of '"usilarle's Last, and possibiy El Rayo, who it B thought will again stand training. The clever light-weight rider, Charley Weber, las returned to California, having asked for lis release from the Santa...

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