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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 May 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.-NO. 164. THE PACIFIC COAST Fire Destroys the Arm strong Residence at Cloverdale. SANTA ROSA GRADUATES Taking of Evidence Concluded In the Murder Case at Redwood. WOES OF ENSENADA SUSPECTS. Bandit Breckenrldgre Bound Over at Napa— Suicide of a Stock ton Chinaman. CI.OVERDALE. Cat.., May 22.— Colonel J. B. Armstrong's residence, the band- Fomest structure in Cloverdale, was burned to the ground shortly after 2 o'clock this morning. The fire caught from the chimney near the tower. It was discovered at 1 o'clock and was thought to be smoke PFcaping from the chimney, but shortly afterwards the whole roof of the tower was ablaze. The alarm was immediately sounded. The tire had gained so much headway that an attempt to save the building was use less. Colonel Armstrong, who has been an invalid for several years, was safely removed to a neighboring house. The house was one of the most luxuriantly furnished in Sonoma County, being fitted throughout with California redwood of ch...

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. — 23 May 1895

2 AIDING SANTA CRUZ. Suburban Towns Unite for the Carnival's Success. MONET IS BEING RAISED. Eastcliff and Seabright Lend Hearty Support to the Project. TO OPEN WITH A MASQUERADE' Another Large Pavilion Will Be Erected to Accommodate the Dancers. SANTA CRUZ, Cal., May 22.— The peo ple of East Santa Cruz held an enthusi astic meeting this evening at Buckley's Hall. Besides the residents of that por tion of the city, there was a large delega tion from Eastcliff and Seabright, who are as enthusiastic as the people of Santa Cruz. The report of the committee on floats was especially full and satisfactory, ami from these people some of the finest floats in the procession will come. The [ residents of Eastcliff and Seabright will also furnish two floats for the procession. The people of these thriving suburbs are j booming carnr al matters, and are giving entertainments to raise funds, the pro ceeds to be used in decorating along the cliff above the mouth of the river. British residents wi...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 May 1895

HIS HANDS ARE RED. Bomb-Thrower Schnau belt Is Interviewed in Honduras. NO ROSES IN HIS PATH. But He Glories in Anarchy and Boasts of the Hay market Horror. ROBBED BY HIS COMPANION. Ha Yet Lives for Revenge and Keeps Constantly on the Move. TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras, May 22.-A Call correspondent interviewed Rudolph Schnaubelt, the Chicago anarchist who is here, but who is believed to be preparing to leave. It is thought that he intends go ing to Amapala, having secured a guide. Schnaubelt told the correspondent that he had left California, but would not be precise about it. He had come on a coast ing vessel to Mexico, whence he had taken a Pacific Mail steamer and landed at San Jose de Guatemala, having only money enough to reach that place because the person accompanying him, a Frenchman named Rosseau, had in Acapulco robbed him of nearly all his belongings including over $16,000. Schnaubelt was obliged to sell some jewelry in order to pay his way to San Jose de Guatemala. He vainly so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 May 1895

4 THE BAY DISTRICT RACES. Imp. Miss Brummel and Sena tor Mahoney Run an Excit ing Dead Heat. JOE COTTON WAS IN SHAPE, The Brcwn Filly Thelma Again Lowers the Colors of Quirt and Circe. Shaw won two races yesterday. He put up a decidedly warm ride on Thelma. Ed Purser backed the faint-hearted Circe, and also lost several dollars by Morven's defeat. Lovers of the harness horse will have an op portunity cf possibly buying a coming world beater at the auction sale of Palo Alto bred stock, to be held to-day at Killlp & Co.'s sales yard, Van Ness avenue and Market street. The stewards of the Jockey Clab have rein stated Sullivan, vho was suspended for his ride on Thornhill some months ago, end Tony Small, who was ruled off in connection with the peculiar running of the norses Ichi Ban and Swiftsure. The person who spread the report that Demo crat was as good as ever should be exiled to some dreary coral reef in the South Pacific ■witli nothing but losing pool-tickets for a diet. Somet...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 May 1895

SHARP ADVANCE IN WHEAT. The Sluggish Local Market Is the Result of a Combine. FAIR SYNDICATE HOLDINGS. The Shippers Will Not Handle This Grain Except at Their Own Figures. The wheat situation in San Francisco is remarkable in many respects. Regardless of the iact that Eastern and foreign mar kets have been steadily on the rise for the past ten days the local quotations have shown no appreciable difference one way or the other, except during the last two or three days. Yesterday the market advanced 5 cents over a similar rise of the day before. Out side of these two spasmodic efforts the market has not kept pace with the Eastern and foreign boom. On the street it is said that this some what peculiar condition of affairs is due to tiie famous Fair purchase, now commonly known as the "Syndicate wheat." It is said that the wheat at Port Costa, over 200,000 tons, is a constant menace to the local market and for that reason quotations here have not advanced in like proportion with Chicago...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 May 1895

6 3** , mi CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— per year by mall; Taj carrier, 1/Se ptr week. SUNDAY CALL— «l.5O]»«:r year. WEEK! T CALL— «I-S> per rear. The }.as'«rn offlce Of the SAN FRANCTBCO CAM, (DaUyaiwl Weekly), Pacific Htat*s A-lrer tlilc? Bureau, I'.hin*-iß.nd»r building, How and iTuane E'r<-< ■(„ N«:a- York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Are yon going to the country on a vacation? I! to. It is co trouble for nr. to forward THE CALL to yocr fcd*lr»-j«». Do not let It ailu you for yoo will klm :■. 'Tlms given to the carrier, or left at Bukiiie«ft Oflice. 710 Market street, will receive prompt attention. THURSDAY.. MAY 23,1895 Vibalia will next crown a queen. Cobbles are the monuments of decay. Enthusiasm is having a iine Santa Cruise. When a fool is against you it counts for one lor you. Hunting a poft snap is the surest way to find a tough time. 1 1 ?le's gold speeches are delivered with an English accent. W*lMirected improvement pays ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 May 1895

THURSDAY MAY 23, 1895 CITY ITEMS IN BRIEF. The jury in the Worth in Eton murder case has not yet agreed upon a vi-rdict. Mrs. Eunice Westwater is preparing to file a suit for damages against Grace Church. A motion for a nonsuit in the case of Loomis against wmers was yesterday denied by Judge Daiugertield. Delma* A yesterday filed an an swer to the suit of Rudolph Spreckels against the Nevada Bank. The winning horses at the track yesterday were imp. Miss Brummel. Olivia. "Rico, Joe Cotton and Thelma. Four saloon-keepers were each fined $5 yes terday by Judge Joachimsen for using nickel in-the-slot machines. Yesterday a suit was filed by Rode A Co. Btrainst Assessor Piel-e, to test the constitution ality of the new tax law. The weather forecast for to-day in San Fran cisco is fnir, nearly stati nary temperature aud brisk winds in the aiteruoon. Arrangements for the celebration of Mem orial Lay, on May 30, are progressing rapidly among the G. A. R. posts of th? City. Mrs. Behlmer, 128...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 May 1895

8 THE WOMAN'S CONGRESS DISCUSSES COOKS. The Woman's Congress has waked up. It nas realized in time what Mrs. Stetson calls its opportunity for talking back. Be fore yesterday morning's session was over there*was no dearth of discussion, and as the president, Mrs. Cooper, stood upon the platform sweetly auctioning off another minute ttiere was no lack of bidders for the privilege of speech. Curiously enough it was not woman suf frage, not a question of man's superi ority or inferiority in intellect, not a matter of morals and manners which precipitated the dew of discussion from the thunder-clouds of thought. Doubtless, women are interested in all these things; but, to judge by yester day's excitement, ther» is one subject which is still the vital question to women of all kinds: the homely one of house keeping. After an apparently inoffensive talk by the Rev. Ada Bowles on "Home Indus tries''there followed a remarkable discus sion which ranged from the shocking un reliability of news...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 May 1895

cently campaigning in Colorado, and stated that it was only in woman that the nation could hope for release from the present financial depression. "I bid you God-speed." she concluded, "and trust that when next I shall come to California, I shall not say 'Ladies and gen tlemen,' but 'Fellow citizens of the State of California.' " THE AFTERNOON SESSION. Able Papers and Interesting Dis cussions on the Home In All Its Relations. The first paper of the afternoon—''Do ) mestic Duties," written .by Mrs. Harriet i W. R. Strong, was read by Mrs. Humphrey ' Smith, as the author was absent. , "With Universal consent man sustains four dis- j tinct relations," she said, "first to God, second to himself, third to things animate and inanimate,' and" fourth to his kind. There are two chief questions to be answered. What are the obligations to the home and what are the . duties of the . mother'; Are there any obligations of the home enforced by law? Two. The hus band is required to provide a home a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 May 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Silver advanced. Wheat getting excited. Wheat freights linn. Flour sells well. Barley futures higher. Oats. Corn and Rye quiet. Buckwheat nominal. Feedstuffs unchanged. Hay weak and in good supply. Straw in light receipt. Beans, Seeds and Dried Peas nominal. (Jrain Bag! firm. Salvador Coffee held higher. Quicksilver firm. Oils and Leads unchanged. New Potatoes sold better. New Onionß weaker. Butter off %c. Cheese weak. Kggs quieter. Honey inactive. A car of Eastern Poultry In. Summer Vegetables cheap. Oranges and Lemons lower. Strawberries coming in heavily. Gooseberries unsalable. Cherries and Apricots weak. Dried Fruits, Nuts and Raising neglected. Provisions dull. Me»t quotations unchanged. Wool quiet. Hops very dull. Hides and Leather firm, but quiet, Decreased crop of Sugar Beets. Lessened imports at this port. WKATHKR BUREAU REPORT. TJxitkd States Department of Aoßicri/- TUKE. WEATHKR BfKKAV. SAN FHANCISCO, Way 22. 1895, 6 r. m.—...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 May 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS Albert Gaylord, a Beardless Boy, Tries to Kill a Com panion. SNAPPED A PISTOL AT HIM. The Ladies of the Fabiola Fete Asso ciation Return Thanks to the Public. O. W. Jasper, a civil engineer, living at the corner of Oakland avenue and Vernon street, prevented Albert Gaylord, who lives with his parents at 3072 Twentieth street, from becoming a murderer yester day morning. He was looking out of a window, when he saw two laas, about 14 years of age, quarreling on the street. Suddenly one of them whipped a re volver from niß pocket and presented it at the breast of the other. Jasper did not wait to see more, bat dashed out of the house to prevent a trag edy if possible. As he reached the street he saw the boy with the revolver attempt ing to raise the hammer of the weapon, and shouted at nim to desist. At the sound of his Toice the lad threw the pistol into the street and ran. Jasper spoke to the other boy. who stood still, trembling with ffrightt t and learned that h...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 May 1895

12 EEAL ESTATE TBANSAOTIONS. Herbert R. Smith to Henry W. Smith.lot on NW corner of Polk strret. and Fern avenue, 30 on Poll: ■tree) by 110; !?350. . Reuben E. and Mary A. Raimond to Charles W. Gould, tot on B line of Vallpjo street, 137:6 Eof Octavii, B 45 by S 122:6: $10. James P. and Annie McGlnty to Fidie C. French, lot on N W corner of Ellis and Broderick streets, N •25 by W 100; $10. , •'-.■■- ;. - -. . Crocker Ksiaifc Ccmnnny to John F. Callaghan. lot on S line of Wal.er stv-'et, 135 E of ShraUer, E 25 by S 125; $1550. ' Estate of Robert B. Woodward (by Isaac Hyde, executor) to Robert B. Woodward, lot on E line of Valencia street. 300 s of Fourteenth, S 100 by E 100- also lot on NE corner of Fourteenth and Va lencia streets, E 180, M 70, W 75, s: 15. W 105, S 55: also lot on E line of Julian avenue, 95 S of Fourteenth street, S 60 by E 94; also lot on W line of Mission street, 198 N of Four teenth. N 99 by W 170: also lot on E line of Steveii«on street, 237 : 6 N of Four teen...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 May 1895

_. CITY REAL ESTATE. I SOL GETZ <_ BROTHER, ' REAL ESTATE OWNERS, f ROOM A, FIRST FLOOR, CROCKER BUILDING. '' HEADQUARTERS FOR PARK LOTS. I NEW BLOCKS. NEW LOTS, GOOD LOCATIONS, Come now and get bargains in lots on install- ! ments. • . I <sinn-* l25 > 3150 TO - $300 FOP. LOTS : »Ij)l\.'v'. north and south of park: fine locality. | . $10 down and $5 monthly., SOL OETZ & BRO. " < C> »> - ( TO $1100 FOR. GRADED LOTS, ' *U!Ot)\J ready to build on In Richmond and south " of park, near cable and electric cars, on easy in- . stallments, sol GK'i/. it BRO. : . 1 §ll 00 $160 T0. 5250 FOR SI'LENDID LOTS ! lIV/VF. near Mission st. and electric-cars: your oice of 50 lots: only $10 down and $5 monthly. ■ SOI. GETZ A BRO. QALL FOR MAPS AND DIAGRAMS. ~~ ] • ■ SOL OETZ A BRO., Owners, ' Room A, first floor, Crocker building, j Q'-fc^nn 30x87:6; COR. BUCHANAN AND «POJUU. Filbert ' $750— 200x100: c-or. Randolph and Vernonsts.; ; City Land Association. . ■ .' $600-100x1 _'5 feet...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 May 1895

14 BUTCHERS GATHER AT SHELL HOUND Seventeen Thousand People Enjoy a Fine Day's Outing at Siebe's Resort Across the Bay. DANCES, RACES, GAMES. The Objects of the Organiza tion Outlined in Eloquent Speakers. McMENOMY LEADS THE PARADE A Grand Procession In Which Visit ors From Surrounding Towns Participate. The second annual celebration of Butch ers' day, held yesterday at Shell Mound Park under the auspices of the Butchers' Board of Trade, was a grand success. More than 17,000 people joined in the fes tivities, and the railroad company, which had prepared for the occasion only 10,000 tickets, started the printing-presses to turning out additional bits of pasteboard early in the day. Even then the supply was not equal to the demand and the cor poration was at last forced to adopt the expedient of reissuing tickets which had done service on the occasion of a picnic at Shell Mound some weeks before. Butchers were present from Stockton, Sacramento and other distant points. San Jose sent a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 May 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.— NO. 165. NEWS OF THE COAST. Santa Rosa to Be Con nected With an Over land Road. SEALS IN VAST HERDS. The Waters Off Cape Flattery Said to Be Fairly Alive With Them. INNOCENT MEN IN PRISON. A Lone Tramp Commits a Remark ably Bold Robbery at , Crass Valley. SANTA ROSA, Cal., May 23.— Your correspondent saw Judge A. P. Overton, one of the resident directors of the Dona hue road, in reference to the article in Wednesday's Call entitled "Anoiher Overland Line," and the reported connec tion of the Union Pacific and Donahue roads. Director Overton did not think the com bination had yet been made, but said he believed in the near future that Santa Rosa would be on the line of a through overland route, and that it would have relatively as good a position to Northwestern Califor nia as Los Angeles had to the south. The immense resources in timber and coal north of the present terminus of the Donahue road, he said, is going to induce, the extension of the road, and sooner or la...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 May 1895

2 IN FAIR GRASS VALLEY The Mountain Town Feels the Touch of Prosperity's Wand. NEW MINES OPERATED, Many of the Old Diggings Are Being Worked With Im proved Machinery. ELECTRIC POWER NOW IN USE. Rich Ore Struck In Several Mines. A Town Which Keeps Abreast of the Times. GRASS VALLEY, Cal., May 22.— The oldest, largest and richest mining camp in all California is famous Grass Valley, sit uated in the rolling foothills of the pine clad Sierra Nevada Mountains, and distant from tan Francisco IGO miles by rail. This beautiful city of SOOO inhabitants, j sequestered in a basin encircled by low j hills covered with pines and carpeted with ■ rich green grass, is not a mining camp ' euch as is to be seen in the mountains of Montana. Colorado or Nevada, where pre cipitous cliffs obstruct the view and castel lated peaks are wreathed in clouds that float above the deep, barren canyons; but, in strong contrast, here are found apple, peach and pear orchards encroached upon by a mining company for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 May 1895

WANT SOUND MONEY. Convention of Business Men of the South. NOT FOR SILVER ALONE. They Are Afraid of Descending to the Level of China and Mexico. CARLISLE MAKES A GOLD TALK. Says He Opposes Destroying the Nation's Credit at Home and Abroad. MEMPHIS, Term., May 23.— Upward of 3000 people were present at the Audito rium at 2:15 o'clock, when Chairman W. J. Crawford called the convention to order. "While the gathering was effecting an organization and petting down to busi ness the crowd gradually filled the vacant Beats, and by the time Secretary Carlisle began his address the large hali was com fortably tilled. Mr. Crawford, in his capa- city as chairman of the committee of fifteen, appointed by the associated mercantile bodies of Memphis, under whose auspices the convention is held, called the meeting to order. Ricnard H. Clark of Alabama presented the name of Congressman Catchings for permanent chairman in a neat and highly complimentary speech. This convention, said Mr. Clark, was a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 May 1895

4 HIS CAREER CLOSED Death Comes Calmly to Ex-Secretary Hugh McCulloch. LEAVES A FINE RECORD. Eminent Services of the Noted Statesman for the Nation. SAVED THE COUNTRY'S CREDIT. The Only Man Who Served Two Terms as Head of the Treas ury Department. WASHINGTON, D. C, May 24.— Hon. Hugh McCullocb, formerly Secretary of the Treasury, died shortly before 2 o'clock this morning. Death was calm and peace ful, the patient being for some previous time in a comatose condition. Mr. Mc- Culloch was over eighty year 3of age. Hugh McCulloch was born in Kenne bunk, Maine, December 7, 1808. He en tered Bowdoin in 1824, but leaving on ac count of illness in 1826, taught until 1829 and then studied law in Kennebunk and Boston. In 1833 he went to the West, and settled in Fort Wayne, Indiana. In 1835 he was elected cashier and manager of the branch at Fort Wayne of the State Bank of Indiana, and at the expiration of its charter in 1856, he became the president of the Bank of the State of Indiana, which...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 May 1895

THE BAY DISTRICT RACES Captain Rees Barely Beat Com mission a Nose in a Hard Drive. MR. JINGLE WAS A SURPRISE. Hinrlchs Landed Gold Bug In Front From a Field of Speedy Sprinters. Phil EtowttU, the bookmaker, departs for the East to-day. Wyr.it Earp turned out two winners from his stable yesterdaY, Cardwell and Arctic. Colonel M. Lewis Clarke's ultimatum did not Seriously effect Bob Isom. He was able to be out bicycle riding yesterday. The Jockey Club turned over a check yester day for $2742 50 to the Children's Hospital as a result of the Little Jim day benefit. Johnny Coleman, Ed Purser and the majority of the handicapporß had their checks down on Koma. Commission laughed at her efforts all the way. ||\V.O'B. Macdonough.who seems to have entree to the paddock blue book containing reliable information about forthcoming pood things, had bet* down on both La Flecha and Mr. Jingle. Two of those "wind and weather permitting" fcorst- « were cut loose yesterday in the two year-old race, W...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 May 1895

6 55r . 18 * CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— « 6 per year by mail; by carrier, 15c per week. SUNDAY (ALL— II.SO per year. WEEKLY ALL— II.SO per year. The Kastern office of the SAN FRANCISCO CALL, (Daily and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bure&u, Rhinelander building, Rose and JJuuue streets, New York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Are you going to the country on a vacation ? If bo, 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 Riven to the carrier, or left at Business Office, 710 Market street, will receive prompt attention. FRIDAY MAY 24, 1895 Eager to win. easy to sin. The bicycle laughs gleefully at the street car. Every day is a picnic in this kind of weather. San Diego is organizing a local hello company. Santa Cruz takes a little water with her jubilation. Every hor.ie should be a home market for home goods. Enterprise in California never lacks for a bright sky and...

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