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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 May 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.— NO. 169. MR. GRESHAM IS DEAD. The Secretary Expires at 1:15 O'clock This Morning. CONSCIOUS TO THE END. Since Monday Evening It Had Been Known That Death Was Near. CAREER OF THE DIPLOMAT. A Record of Public Service In the Army, on the Bench and In the Cabinet. WASHINGTON, D. C, May 28.—Secre tary Gresham died at 1:15 o'clock this WALTER a. OSSSEAM, LATE SECRETARY OF STATE. morning at his rooms at the Arlington House. Although his recovery was practi cally abandoned when the sinking spell oc cured shortly before 6 last evening, the most powerful heart stimulants known to medical science were injected periodically, and an infusion of normal saline solution was made through an open vein in ' the arm. He recovered slightly, but owing to severe rigors shortly before 11 o'clock he began to fail rapidly and his vitality began to ebb. The three physicians saw that the end was near, and at 12 o'clock withdrew to the anteroom, leaving in the sickroom only the members of his fa...

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. — 28 May 1895

2 STANFORD PIONEERS Their Class-Day Exer cises Carried Out With Eclat. MANY VISITORS PRESENT Festivities Occupy Most of the Morning, Afternoon and Evening. TOUCHING ADDRESSES MADE. Professor Jordan's High Tribute to the Material of the Gradu ating Class. STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Cai.., May 27.— Hundreds of guests from a.ll parts of the State visited the campus to-day to attend the class-day exercises of the Pioneers. Morning, afternoon and evening was an un broken round of festivity; "Pinafore" in the morning, class-day exercises in the afternoon and grand ball in the evening. Each event was attended with unprece dented success. Seveo hundred people crowded into the gymnasium, temporarily transformed into a theater, to hear one of the best amateur performances ever produced, as the critics were unqualified in their praise of the stu dent talent and of the high-grade work of which they proved themselves capable. The cast, trained by 11. D. Connick, "97, is here given: Admiral Sir Joseph ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 May 1895

DEBS GOES TO PRISON The Supreme Court De nies the Writ of Habeas Corpus. A SWEEPING DECISION. Power of the Government to Protect Interstate Com merce Defined. ALL THE JTJSTICES CONCUR. The Strike Leader and His Seven Lieutenants Must Now Serve Their Terms. WASHINGTON, D. C, May 27.— The United States Supreme Court to-day denied the application of Eugene V. Debs, the strike leader, for a writ of habeas corpus. This is a victory for the Government. No more important question, with the single exception of the income tax, has come be fore the Supreme Court during the past year than the attempt of Debs and other officers of the American Railway Union to secure a reversal of their sentences to jail by Judge Woods for interfering with inter state commerce and running of mails in the great railway strike of last summer. The decision of the court was read by Justice Brewer and was unanimous, there being no dissenting opinion. All conten tions of the Government were sustained. The conclusions...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 May 1895

4 THREATEN TO MUTINY Spain Is Now Facing a New Revolt in Cuba. TROUBLE IN THE ARMY. The Order That Militiamen Must Serve Causes Dissatisfaction. EIOTS CERTAIN TO ENSUE. Volunteers Will Take Up Arms Against Campos if the Mandate Is Enforced. NEW YORK, N. V., May 27.— A special to the Herald from Key West says: The mofct important news received by steamer last night shows the dissatisfaction manifested by the inhabitants of the island over the order of the Captain-General demanding military service from them in the field to suppress the insurrection. It is expected that before the end of the week open conflict will occur between the volun teers and the authorities. General Campos' order, as published in the official organ, the Diario de Marina, requires that all men drafted in Spain be tween the years 1592 and 1894 and who are now enrolled in the militia throughout Cuba shall present themselves within eight days in order to be assigned to regular regiments for service in the interior....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 May 1895

THE BAY DISTRICT RACES Willie Flynn Ruled Off the Turf for Life for a Criminal Ride. PULLED REALIZATION. The Promising Young Rider Had Been Under Suspicion for Somo Time. Tod Sloane is still on the sick list. Josephine, who was such a strong tip for the •econd race, is by Starter Ferguson's imported stallion St. George. Instigator proiaUes to develop into as good a two-year-old as, his full brother Installator was. (iracie 8 must have been short of work ves terclay or else her corns hurt her, for she s'ud denljr blew up in a most unaccountable manner. Whether or not it was a pecuniary in ducement or the result of gross careless ness Willie Flynn will not be seen in the = •addle again for sometime to come. Willie received his education in the art of riding from a man whose instructions to his boys were (to win by a head, even if the horse was good enough to win a block. If the ride he put up yesterday was the result of . this early training then he should becin again at the foot of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 May 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— IO per year by mail; by carrier, 15c per week. SUNDAY CALL— tI. SO per year. WEEKLY CALL— U.SO per year. The Kastern office of the BAN FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Kbinelauder building, Hose and Duane streets, New York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Are yon going to the country on a- vacation ? If so, It is no trouble for us to forward THE CALX, to yonr address. Do not let it miss you for you will miss it. Orders piven to the carrier, or left at Business OJice, 710 Market street, will receive prompt attention. TUESDAY MAY 28, 1895 Prepare for Memorial day. For a time we rest from fiestas. Anger is the insanity of impatience. Whoever buys home goods helps home labor. About the hardest thing to reform is a reformer. Every mineral spring in California is & sanitarium. The Silurian's deafness is the result of his blindness. Stanford and Berkeley are locking arms instead of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 May 1895

TUESDAY -....MAY 28, 189S CITY ITEMS IN BEIEF. The society for Sunday observance organized yesterday. Susan B. Anthony addressed the Congrega tional Club yesterday. The American ship James Nesmith arrived from New York yesterday. Presbyterian ministers yesterday discussed the affairs of the "Oi ident." A fire on Fifth street early yesterday morn ing caused about $4000 damage. Club 3 of the Folsom-street Improvement Association was organized last night. The weather will be fair to-day, stationary temperature and brisk westerly winds. Rather than wear a helmet Policeman <ieorge J. Smith tendered his resignation yesterday. William McMamis. "I'rivate Mnlvnney," tells an interesting story of Kipling's bottle and notebook. Ai Haymr.'i & Co. have sued John F. Sullivan of the J. K. Emmet Company for $800 breach of contract. Mrs. Clara Catherwood yesterday won a suit involving $15,000 for her children in the Su perior Court. The Board of Supervisors yesterday appointed Walter M. Wille...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 May 1895

8 THE WAR AND THE CHURCH Missionaries From the Orient Say Their Work Is Not Retarded. THE ULTIMATE EFFECT GOOD. Both In Japan and China The Con verts Are Becoming More Sincere. Among the passengers who arrived on the China steamer Sunday night were the Rev. S. F. Woodin and wife. Rev. George M. Rowland and wife, and Miss Caroline M. Telfoni. missionaries from China and Japan. All are returning to their native land for much-needed rest, after several years of effectual service in the cause of Christianity among the Orientals. Miss Teiford,who is suffering from an incurable disease, became very ill during the latter part of the voyage and was taken to St. Luke's Hospital as soon as the China was made fast to her moorings. The war between Jaj.an and China does not appear to have seriously retarded the missionary work in those two countries, and some who are engaged in the work of the churches think the ultimate effect will be good. The Rev. S. F. Woodin has been a mis sionary in China ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 May 1895

DECLARES HIS INNOCENCE. O. W. Winthrop Charged With the Murder of Mrs. Jennie Mathews. HE WAS VISIBLY AFFECTED. Chief Crowley Given Permission to Open Supreme Recorder Linn's Letter. O. W. Winthrop, assistant superinten dent of the Laurel Hill Cemetery, was formally booked at the City Prison yester day afternoon on the charge of murdering Mrs. Jennie Mathews, 502 Broderick street. The complaint was sworn out in Judge Joachinisen's court yesterday by Edwin Stirling Mathews, the dead woman's hus band. Captain Lees personally served the war rant upon Winthrop. He went to his cell and read the warrant to him. Winthrop was visibly affected. He asked to see the warrant, and while he glanced over it his hand shook and his face twiched. "Captain," said Winthrop, in a voice that trembled with emotion, "is there no redress for me?" The captain said nothing, but shook his head. "This is the work of the Examiner," said Winthrop, with an angry gleam in his eyes. "That paper is trying to hound me...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 May 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THK MARKETS. Wheat unsettled. New Barley sold. Silver unchanged. Oats, Corn and Rye dull. Hay weak. Beans neglected. Oriental demand for Flour decreasing, Cattle market unchanged. salted Hides still Mgher. Cherries selling better. Plums on the market. Eggs, Cheese and Butter weak. Fotatoes sold higher. Onions steady. Poultry nominal. Limes lower. Oranges weak. Blackberries appeared. VIKATHKK BUREAU REPORT. FNiTKn Ptatrs Department of Aoßicuii- j TUBS. WKATHKR BURKAT, iSAX FRANCISCO, ' May 27, 1895, 6 P. M.— Weather coudltions and j general forecast. The storm which has been causing showery weather is now central in the British possessions north of North Dakota. Light showers have oc curred to-day from Fresno and San Luis Obispo northward In California, and rain ha« been quite general in Nevada and Utah and to the northward. Conditions are slowly clearing to the westward. Knst of the Sierra Nevadas there has been a sudden I and decided fall in the t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 May 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS Preparations for the Memorial Day Services and Parade. PROGHAMME OF THE DAY. Patrick O'Connor Must Answer Mrs. Barron's Suit for Damages. Preparations for the Memorial day parade and services are about complete, and the veterans of Oakland and others interested in the matter have determined that the celebration shall eclipse anything of the kind ever held in AUtmeda County. Grand Marshal W. E. L'j,..mas has ap jMjinteil the following officials for the parade : Truman n. Allen, chief of staff; W. H. H. Hussey, chief aid; E. W. Woodward, command ing fim division; C. E. Lancaster, command ing second division; J. E. Sturgeon, command ing third division; aids— John T. Bell. H. X. Kx-hardson, H. H. Todd, Andrew AVettPtein, « harles A. Ingram, C. K. Kinjr, J. C. McMul len, Theodore Wagner, D. A. Valentine, E. B. Jerome, F. M. Farwell, C. A. Tabor. F. E. Pierce. The order of the parade will be as fol lows : Advance Guard of Police. Mayor and invited guests in carriages. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 May 1895

12 EEAL ESTATE TKANSACTIONS. Sarah J. Hlckok to William B. Hickok, lot on N line of Jackson street, 58 W of Devlsadero, \V 26:6 byN 100; gift. William B. Hickokto Evarctt Pomeroy, same; $10. Robert B. Woodward to Emma J. Richards, lot on E line of Stevenson street, 320 N of Fourteenth, N 25 by E 65: $10. K. I. and Helen J. Hutchinson to same, lot on W line of Jessie street, 121 N of Fourteenth, N 24 by W 65: $10. Trince A. and Mary S. Phillips to Andrew B. K:>ox lot on NW corner of Liberty and Dolores : S rects. N 53 by \Y 105: $10. , Emma VV. Flngc to Anna E. H. Robinson, lot on j N line of Twenty-first sleet, 205 W of Sanchez, W. ; 75 by N 114; $1. John and Ad* M. Hinkel to Edward B. 1 1 In Us. 1 lot on N lni- of Pine street, 137:6 E of Taylor E i 59 by N 156; $10. Peter H: Medau to Joseph Pieperllne. lot on N 1 line of Union street, 28 E Of Leavenworth E 25 by ] 112:6: $10. Nicholas and Mary C. Williams to J. M. Strauss, lot on NW line of Folsom street, ',297:ll NE of i Fifth,...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 May 1895

CITY REAL ESTATE. Q9AA 100x12!) BLOCK ~8~, "UN IVERSIT V — "'v.'. Uoim-siead Association. $250— 115x100; corner on San Brnno aye. ; Ab- bey Homestead Association; only one left. CHAS. C. FISHER, 507 California st. CftQPifl XO REASONABLE OFFER WILL is\JO\)\r. be refused: 1838 Howard st., bet. 14th and 15th, 8 Huts: 10t23x55. $4250— make an offer; 1208, 1203Va Turk at., bet. Buchanan and Webster, 2-story frame; lot 23 x 56: owner leaves for England in June. OKAS. C. FISHER. 507 California st. CTi TKft "mission st., west'sideTneau <B>"±4 Ul/. Randall— 2-story irame in front: I- story frame Id rear; lot 27x120 through to San Jose road: make an oiler. CHAS. C. FISHER, 507 California st. [ * QQO'A DOWNTOWN RESIDENCE; 10 1 •'_•»' '. rooms. $4400— A snap: store and flat; Turk St.; >rood location. If 27so— Richmond : 2. stores; present rents, $20. • 16251 Western Addition; i new flats; rents $630 per annum; very cheap. $1050— Lot 50x120; 18th aye., near Clement- level; a fine buy. ....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 May 1895

14 KIPLING'S READY BOTTLE The True Private Mulvaney Says His Biographer Was Liberal. McMANUS 1 THREE WAR MEDALS The Hero of the "Black Tyrones" Now an Expressman at Hayes and Laguna Streets. TitE Call's exclusive publication Sunday morning of the biographical sketch of William McManus, who was undoubtedly the original character from which Rud yard Kipling drew the inspiration and material for his famous stories of Private Mulvaney, has created somethine of a sen sation in the literary centers, both here and in the East. The Call's article was telegraphed to the Eastern newspapers, and from there much of the story found its way across to London, even at the cost of cable tolls, and not only have the literary centers been in terested in the Call's international literary "scoop," but the thousands, almost mil lions, of readers who have been fascinated by the wonderfully clever character draw ings and droll tales of Kipling's hero of the Black Tyrones, have been almost equally captivate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 May 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.-NO. 170. THE PACIFIC SLOPE The Son of an English Nobleman in Jail at Fresno. HOPVINES DESTROYED. Mendocino County Growers Combating the Ravages of a Strange Pest. SELF-MURDER AT GUADALOUPE. Death of a Famous Puyallup Chief tain—Eastern Editors Enter tained at Tacoma. FRESNO, Cat,., May 28.— The discovery that Fresno's jail now holds a scion of noble blood was made this afternoon by Professor W. S. Sanders, the famous forger now in jail here. Yesterday afternoon John McAllister was convicted on the charge of having stolen a watch and some clothing from a farm house in the southern part of this county. This morning he was taken before Judge Risley of the Superior Court to receive sentence. When asked if he had anything to say, McAllister electrified the Judge, lawyers and spectators by mak ing a most eloquent plea for mercy. The speech was one of the best ever heard in the courthouse here. Judge Risley was much affected, and fixed the term of im prisonment at one year, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 May 1895

2 VIEWS OF SHERMAN Stated at the Republican Convention of Ohio. OLD ISSUES AGAIN MET. All Products, Says the Senator, Should Receive Equal Protection. FAVORS A SOUND CURRENCY, But Thinks Gold and Silver Are Both Indispensable for Man kind's Wants. ZANEBVILLE, Ohio, May 28.— The Re publican State Couvention was called to order here to-day promptly at 4 p. m. by Colonel Joseph C. Bonner, chairman of the State committee. A half hour previous ihf hall was packed to its full capacity of 5000 and many were unable to gain admit tance. Senator Sherman was piven a stir ring ovation when he was escorted into the hall at 3:50 by Congressman Van Voor his and Judge Granger. Ex-Secretary Fos ter, the members of Congress, several can didates and others were cheered as they entered. Among the working delegates were Herman G. Denison, son of the war (iovernor, and Harry Garrield, son of the murdered President. While Chairman Bonner, who is a mem ber of Mc-Kinley's staff, was eloquently congratulatin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 May 1895

FLAGS ARE LOWERED Washington in Mourn ing for the Nation's Loss. MESSAGES OF REGRET. Condolences for the Gresham Family Come From Many Lands. PREPARING FOR THE FUNERAL. With Due Military and Civic Honors the Secretary's Remains Will Be Interred at Chicago. WASHINGTON, D. C, May 28.—Wash ington was hardly prepared for the an- nouncement of the death of Secretary oi State Walter Q. Gresham, which occurred at such a late hour last night that it was not known to the public until read in the morning papers to-day, for although the fatal termination of the serious illness had been forecasted, there was no general ap prehension that the end would come so soon. Flags were lowered to half mast on all public buildings and many business houses. Official business for the time was laid aside by the higher officers of the Gov ernment and the members of all official circles, together with prominent people in private life, hastened to the Arlington Hotel, where the Greshams have made their home in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 May 1895

4 SPECIAL BOXING ITCHES An Evening of First-Class Fistic Sport at the Olympic Club. KNOCK DOWNS AND OUTS. The Star Event of the Evening Was the Bout Between Cathcart and Reno. The first event of the evening at the spe cial boxing-match contests of the Olympic Club was a flashlight shot at the ring and surroundings, which, however, ended in Emoke. After this Manager Kennedy introduced J. H. McMahon, 117 pounds, of the Olym pic Club and F. Coughlin of the San Fran cisco Club, 116 pounds. Coughlin was sev eral inches under his opponent in 6ize, but he handled himself well and had all the best of the first round, which was a rather tame affair. In the second round Coughlin. played with McMahon, the latter landing only two blows at the finish. In the third McMahon did better and VAN BXJSKIRK. [Sketched from life by a " Call" artist.] instead of jabbing his opponent at long range he closed in on his game and re turned blow for blow. Coughlin, however, was the cleanest hitter. In the fourt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 May 1895

THOSE FAULTY PAVEMENTS Reply of Superintendent Ash worth to the Grand Jury. WHAT TEE CONTRACTORS SAY. A Man Paid Good Money to Keep the Streets In Re pair. Superintendent of Streets Ashworth is very much disgusted by the criticisms passed upon him by members of the Street Committee of the Grand Jury anent their tour of examination of the City's street pavements. ■'Much of the work which they examined and pronounced faulty was done under the previous administration, and it. is hardly fair to hold me to an account for it. With regard to the work done since I took office, I have to say that none of it has been ac cepted that was not up to specifications. I visit every piece of work personally before recommending its acceptance, and see to it that it is all right. Besides, I have inspectors on guard watching the progress of all work, and I am compelled, of course, to rely on their reports. I am on duty myself all the time, get to my otnee earlier than my deputies, and after seeing the w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 May 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— »6 per year by mail; by carrier, 16c per week. SUNDAY CALL— II.SO per year. WEEKLY CALL— U.SO per year. The Eastern office of the SAN FRANCISCO CALL (Dally and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Rhinelander building, Rose and Puaue streets, New York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Are yon going to the country on a vacation T If so, It Is no trouble for ns to forward THE CAXXi to your address. Do not let It mis 3 you for you will miss it. Orders piven to the carrier, or left at Business Office, 710 Market street, will receive I romi't attention. WEDNESDAY MAY 29, 1895 Statesmen are watching Ohio. The world is a money congress. The merriment of unsuccess is a sneer. Intemperance makes a danger signal of me nose. Every day is a good day for buying home products. Will the next Secretary of State be a mugwump? The tendcrost hearted man often has the toughest time. The orchards have opened up pleasant vistas for...

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