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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 May 1895

fflfe*» mrt gall WEXPESDAY :.. ~. MAY 29, 1895 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. The estate of Mary J. Stafford has been ap praised at $20,519 90. The League of Practical Progress voted tor >> oraan's Suffrage last night. Governor Budd will name Dr. John F. Morse as a member of the Board of Health. The weather to-day will be fair, stationary temperature aiid brisk, westerly winds. The BpeeUU boxing contests at the Olympic ». lub were witnessed by 12000 members. The children attending the Hebrew Sabbath school will be confirmed this morning. Divine service will be held at all the syna gogues in the City at 10 o'clock, this morning. The Grand Army men are making elaborate preparatipns for the observance of" Memorial day. • Services were held in all the Hebrew temples last evening in celebration of the Feast of I'en teoost. Ex-I)i<trict Attorney J. D. Page has been re moved as guardian of Louis Lichnecker, an Insane person. The Valley road directors accepted the bid of L. E. White & Co....

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. — 29 May 1895

8 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Silver a fraction firmer. Grain Bags advanced again. Coffee firm but quiet. Wheat futures still unsettled. Barley qriet. oats. Corn and Rye unchanged. Hay remarkably cheap. Beans neglected. Potatoes firm. ©nions steady. Butter, Cheese and Eggs qnlet. A car of Eastern Poultry In. Green Peaches and Plums unsalable. Raspberries and Currants lower. Cherries tinner. Citrus Fruits unchanged. l'n>* Islons slow. Quicksilver advanced. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. Unttep Statks Dkpartment or Anßicut- TrRE. Weather Bikkai', San Francisco, May 28, 1896, 5 P. U.— Weather conditions and general forecast. The pressure is highest on 'he Oregon and Wash ington coast, and lower east of the Rocky Moun tains. Lic^ht showers have occurred to-day in the cen tral portion of California and in Nevada and Utah. showers have also occurred in portions of Ore gon. Idaho and Montana. showers will also occur during the night In the vicinity of thoJ.Tehachapi Mountains: ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 May 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS Three Men Held for Trial for Robbing Garratt & Taggart's. A POINT IN THE BOOGAR CASE- Electric Lighting In Alameda— A Free Library Trustee Re signs. Plans, specifications and engineer's es timate for the east side sewer have been filed with the City Clerk. The estimated cost of construction is $41,000, and pro posals for the work will be invited within .-i short time. This is the proposed main sewer for Sec pnd avenue on the east side of Lake Mer riit, and which was made the subject of . lerable litigation in the Superior Court. It was finally declared illegal. By new plans and a change in part of the route the objectionable points have been overcome. The Boogar Case. The Boogar will case has started off with a snap which indicates that a number of legal points will be raised in the fight for the old man's money. There were no less than twelve attorneys present at the hear ing which came up in Judge Greene's court yesterday morning, and, from appearances, the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 May 1895

10 HOTEL AEEIVALS. GRAND HOTEL. Mrs C C Bush, Redding Miss E Bush, Redding W F Ledmich, Cai; W B Lawrence.Vacaville J H Jennings, Joliet, 111 W E Laudiam, Merced H E Barker. Stockton G W Houson Jr, Cal (* W .Maurlield. Oakland 8 S Brunswell, Oakland G G Towly, Towly C E Urin, Grass Valley G Wilson, Cu.l G L Allen, Stockton W J skiij*. Fort una R W Bender, Carson E A Winslip, Napa C L James. Napa S Blum A wf. Martinez J M Han, Manhattan Mrs H It roatr. l'etaluma F P Blacic, San Jose W A Drlscoll, Madden T Flint Jr, San Juan MrsJ Numan.Jacksonvil Miss Numan, Jacksonvil J White. Portland, Ore V Comtors, Santa Rosa r sv.eed, l'etaluma Mrs S Runyon.Courtland Miss I'.unyon. Courtland W P Townsend, Cal W F Frazer, Sacramento H James, Oakland L Block. Arroyo Grande O H Buckaian, Napa G S Nash. Hollister I Frankenheimer, Cal T F Hiygins, Buffalo I F Kelly, Grants Pass R A Booth. Grants Pass H Bass, Montgmy Creek J F Cooper, Santa t'ruz Mrs W J Walton, Yuba Miss Walton, Yuba City J J Pratt, Y...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 May 1895

CITY REAL ESTATE. p hTumbse n & co., ~~~™ REAL ESTATE AGENTS, RENT COLLECTORS AND AUCTIONEERS, Office and Salesroom, 14 Montgomery st., near Market, San Francisco Call and obtain one of our "Real Estate Records," which contains a list of properties lor sale in all pans of the city. IMPROVED PROPERTY. C?9f*AA A BARGAIN: GOOD INVEST- »J}~OUU. meut; '* flats of 4 rooms each, rent- ing for $30; Glover St.; street accepted; near Jones. . ftrrnA RENTING FOR $42 PER MONTH tJpOOUU. 3 flats on Steincr St.: lot 27:6x110. ff.n"AA MISSION-ST INVESTMENT- «*pO«JUU. store and 2 flats: brick foundation; stone walks; street accepted; renting for $b"S per month: lot 24x90. ■\TO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED; 3 .IN substantial bay-window flats; brick 'founda- tion; stone walks; rent $65 a month: lot 25:114; 21st st., near Valencia; must be sold on account of foreclosure of mortgage. QXI AAA BUSINESS PROPERTY NEAR «J"J-»""U. Market st.: a fine building; store and lodging-house; rent $350 a month; lot 34...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 May 1895

12 SUNK IN THE PACIFIC The Colima Founders Between Acapulco and Manzanillo. NINETEEN ARE SAVED. Fourteen Are Passengers and Five Are Members of the Vessel's Crew. OTHERS MAY BE RESCUED. She Left San Francisco for Panama and Way Ports on the ißth of This Month. Tidings of a marine disaster that may bring sorrow and suffering to many homes in this City were received from Manzanillo, Mexico, last night. The old steamer Colima of the Pacific Mail Company foundered between Acapulco and Manza nillo on Monday last. Fourteen passengers and five members of the crew came ashore in one of the steamer's boats yesterday, and from them it was that the first information of the dis aster was obtained. It is thought that oth ers may have been saved and that they have been picked up by a passing vessel or have gone ashore at some other point. The first intimation of the disaster came in the shape of a telegram to Edward Railton, a clerk employed by the com pany. It read: Edward Railton, San .Francisc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 May 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.-NO. 171. THE WRECK OF THE MAIL STEAMSHIP COLIMA. A whole day passed before the first news of the foundering of the Pacific Mail steamer Colimain mid-ocean was given to the public by the press, and not a single scrap of information reached here of the ill-starred vessel. A.ll day yesterday the offices of the Pacific Mail Company and the Mail dock were thronged by anxious friends and relatives, all eager for the slightest information which might bring them either comfort or the assurance that the time to hope had passed. But not a tick sounded over the tele graph wire which stretched from here to Mazatlan, San Bias and Manzanillo. Two lines were run into the Pacific Mail office, but they brought no information that was given to the public. A telegram received the previous night was given out for publication. It gave the names of eighteen persons who were saved. This was but poor consolation to the friends of the 200 or more people who are known to have sailed away from ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 May 1895

2 THE PACIFIC COAST Dynamiters Attempt to Destroy a Halfmoon Bay Saloon. CHANGES AT ALTRURIA. Strange Ceremonies at the Burial of a Santa Bar bara Chinaman. HORSE SHOE BEND TRAGEDY. Twenty-Five Years at San Quentin for a Calistoga Stage Robber. HALFMOON BAY, Cal.. May 29.-An attempt was made early yesterday morn ing to blow up the saloon of Frank Lewis. A dynamite cartridge was exploded in a water-trough just outside of the saloon. The trough was blown to pieces and two holes torn in the side of the building. A large piece of the troush was thrown 70 feet, across the street, and struck the front door of Joseph Borge's fruitstore, but not with suflicient force to do any damage. There is no definite clew to the perpe trators, but suspicion rests on a man who has had some trouble with Lewis. The ex plosion took place soon after midnight, and startled the entire city. It is surpris ing that more damage was not done, as the building stood in a thickly settled part of town, houses lining ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 May 1895

DIPLOMAS FOR MANY Stanford's Last Award to the Class of Pioneers. THEIR WORK HAS ENDED. One Hundred and Sixty-Seven Graduates Receive the De gree of B. A. TWO ELOQUENT ADDRESSES. Touching Words of President Jor dan and Vlce-President Stillman at the Parting. STANFORD UXIVRSITY, Cax., May 29. — The pioneer class of Stanford Uni versity passed into history to-day. One hundred and sixty-seven young men and women received the degree of A.B. and thereby severed their connection, as stu dents, with the institution. The commencement exercises were held in the gymnasium, which was packed to its utmost capacity by visitors, relatives and friends of the graduates. Vice-Presi dent Stillman delivered the address, "Specialization in Education." a masterly discourse, followed by President Jordan in one of the ablest utterances ever heard on the campus. Hundreds of people, stand ing in cramped, uncomfortable positions, preserved the utmost silence and rapt at tention during the impressive ceremony...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 May 1895

4 FORMER'S MEN WIN. The Ticket Selected at the Convention in Ohio. BUSHNELL AT THE HEAD. Progress of the Boom of McKinley for the Presi dency. PLANS FOR THE GREAT BATTLE. There Is Much Speculation, How ever, as to What Will Hap pen Next Year. ZANESVILLE, Ohio, May 29.— The Republican State Convention was as tame to-day as it was lively yesterday. After being in session until midnight and nomi nating the hea^i of the ticket, there was little life left in the delegates, and only minor places on the Staie ticket to be lively over. Owing to the way in which the fac tional linea had been drawn by the Me- Kinky and Foraker men in nominating General Bushnell last night for Governor, it was evident the elate headed by Bush nell would go through and that candidates not on the same slate would go down like Nash, Hoyt, Poe, Kiefer, Harris, Barges and Nevin had previously gone down be fore the anti-administration combination. The administration men did not surrender without a fight, however, an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 May 1895

TRINITY SCHOOL CLOSES Literary Exercises for Alumni Gold Medal — Five Graduates. FAEEWEIL PARTY TO-NIGHT. To Attend the University of Cali fornia—Victor In the Rhetorical Contest. The closing exercises of Trinity School were held yesterday. The rhetorical prize exhibition for the alumni gold medal took place in the morning before a large audience of friends of the school. The contestants were : Carroll M. Thrasher, who recited "The Curse of Regulus"; Sid ney Foster, "Pompeii"; Louis M. Starr, "The Sentinel's Alarm"; Wilson B. Evans, "The Court of the King"; Ernest W. Arnold, "A Violin Fantasy"; McCullough Graydon, "The Battle of Ivry"; Frank L. Southack, "Death of Benedict Arnold"; Henry L. Taylor, "Herye Riel" ; Clarence E. Schmitt, "The Lesson of Waterloo"; Henry Clinton Melone, "Whisperin' Bill". The committee on award of medals was O. R. BALDWIN. composed of Frank C. Mathieu, class of '81; Alfred P. Rediiieton, class of '83; and Percy C. Mills, ciass of '!)4. Mr. Mathieu present...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 May 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, - Editor and Proprietor. • SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— S6 per year by mail; by carrier, Isc per week. SUNDAY CALL— per year. , * WEEKLY $1.50 per year. : . VV> The Eastern office of the SAN FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Rhinelander building, Rose and Puace streets, New York. i. .:..„■: V.. r -U. -t . 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 mis 3 you for you will miss it. Orders given to the carrier, or left at Business Office, 710 Market street, will receive prompt attention. ! . * ' *•■ > ' THURSDAY . ..MAY SO, 1895 Memorial day. Honor the heroic dead. Decorate the graves of the brave. Consecrate yourself to patriotism. Lift yonr hats to the Grand Army. The fruit is blushing under the kisses of the sun. Every patriotic observance is a lesson in loyalty. The loyalty of the citizen is the safety of the st...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 May 1895

THURSDAY MAY 30, 1898 CITY ITEMS IN BRIEF. The Feast of Pentecost will close at sunset this evening. Fair weather and wanner is the Weather Bureau's prediction for to-day. John H. Crocker, a stockbroker, committed Buicide yesterday at 1632 Broadway. Attorney-General Fitzgerald discusses his opinion relative to the assessment of National banks. Prizes were distribnted last night among the winners at the San Francisco May Schuetzen festival. Nearly twenty wagon-loads of flowers were arranged last night for decorating the graves of Boldters. The Trinity School closing exercises took place yesterday, and five young men were graduated. The second party of Valley road engineers has moved camp from Fresno to Selma, several miles south. The winning horses at the track yesterday were HerMAjesty.Alexis.Charmion, Sirßichard and McLight. Pivine services will be held in Temple Beth Israel and Taylor-street Synagogue at 10 o'clock this morning. To-day there will be performed at Golden Gate* Park ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 May 1895

8 NEW PRIMARY LAW. Delegatesto All Conven tions Must Be Elected at One Time. THE TAXPAYERS MUST PAY THE BILLS. John E. Richards Says it De stroys Independence of Political Parties. CUMBERSOME AND DANGEROUS. When an Election Is Held There Will Be an Army of Can didates. The primary election law that was passed by the last Legislature and which super- i fcedes the one under which political i parties have been operating in the past, is one that before it goes into operation will cause an unusual amount of discussion j among those who are interested in politics. "That law," said John E. Richards, a prominent attorney of this City, who has had a great deal of experience in political matters in this State, yesterday, "destroys I the independence and efficiency of party organization; it is cumbersome, clanger- i ous and expensive, and it docs not remedy the evils it is intended it should. "In the first place, it adds another gen- : eral election, for it provides that on the 2d day of July,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 May 1895

THE BAY DISTRICT RACES Charmion Disposed of an Ordinary Lot Without Any Difficulty SIR RICHARD SCORES AGAIN. Rey Alfonso, Thelma and Other Fast Sprinters Finish Behind McLigrht. Charley Quinn was not In such bad form when he backed Instigator. It seems as though the Jockey Club might have offered a $500 handicap for Decoration day. - .. . Mr. Maedonough had the ring guessing which waa his choice by the number he played in the third race. Jockey Sullivan, who was lately reinstated, tnade his reappearance in the saddle yesterday and put up two very creditable rides on Per haps and Howard. Anything Moose Taylor seems to have the mount en of late is always quoted at a long price in the betiing. Twenty to 1 againsuLeon L looked & rather "stiff" price. F. S. Goodwin of Goodwin Bros., Xew York, publishers of the Turf Guide, left for the East last evening via Los Angeles after a brief so journ. Mr. Goodwin is very enthusiastic over California as a racing State, and promises to return he...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 May 1895

10 NO DANGER TO SALMON It Is Impossible Under Present Conditions to Impair the Supply. OPERATIONS ABE RESTRICTED. The Annual Pack Governed by the State of the Markets of the World. In a dispatch from Washington, pub lished yesterday morning, it was stated that "the rapid inroads which fishing and packing companies have made on the sup ply of salmon in the Alaskan rivers have given great concern to the Government for several years past, since it became evi dent that the fish were destined to the same fate of extermination which has overtaken the buffalo and is being visited on the fur-bearing seals of the northern waters." Representations were also made to Com missioner Lamoreaux of the Land Office that the salmon companies were acquiring large tracts of land at the mouths of the Alaskan rivers and other "strategic points of future commerce." As a consequence, J. P. Swineford, ex- Governor of Alaska, has been detailed by the Government to make an investigation ONE OF THE CANNiNG PLAN...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 May 1895

THE GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL Senior Class Night Entertain ment at the New Audi torium Hall. CANTATAS AND TABLEAUX. More Than One Hundred Students In the Class— "Liberty " the Finale. More than a hundred young ladies occu pied places on the platform in the new auditorium of the Girls' High School last evening, the occasion being the senior night entertainment. The hall was crowded to the doors by friends of the participants and the school, and frequent applause bore evidence of their apprecia- tion of the programme. The class bad chosen to make the pro gramme one of a musical nature, and three cantatas were given under the direc tion of Mrs. Anna yon Meyerninck, with M r. Roscoe Warren Lucy as pianist. The prologue was in dialogue form, GRADUATING CLASS OP THE GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL, 1& [Photographed ly Miss Frantnhote.] written by Miss Mary E. Blake, and given I by Misses Kennedy, Hohfield, Sellon, | Eppinger and Mr. Hainan. Miss Texa Kurtz then appeared as queen >leep, and, waving her...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 May 1895

12 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD. SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Silver steady. Wheat freights held high. Wheat futures unsettled. Flour very firm. Barley pointing downward. i Oats and Rye quiet and steady. Corn slow of sale. Whit Beans firm; Colored neglected; Seeds nominal, r Hay dull and weak. Straw quiet. ■ Dried Peas nominal. Feedstuffs weak. Potatoes and Onions steady. Butter and Cheese in large stock. Fine Eggs sell fairly. Poultry in moderate supply. Fruits abundant. Oranges and Unions demoralized. Dried Fruits, Raisins and Nuts dead. Honey lower and weak. Hams, Bacon and Lard dull. Good Wool in fair request. Hops still neglected. Meat market unchanged. Grain Bags firm and active. Another advance in Leather. Coffee* firm but quiet. Oils unchanged. WEATUKK BUREAU REPORT. United States Department of Agbicol- Tt'BE. Weather Bureau, San Francisco, May 29, 1895. 6 p. m.—Weather conditions and general forecast. Fair weather prevails to-night throughout the territory south of the Columbia River, a...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 May 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS. Miss Susan B. Anthony Enter tained by the Ebeli Society. REV. ANNA H. SHAW A GUEST. Woman's Christian Temperance Union Officials— Bennett Convicted. Miss Susan B. Anthony and the Rev. Anna H. Shaw were entertained at break fast at the rooms of the Ebell Society yes terday morning, the following members of the executive board of the Woman's Congress of the Pacific Coast also being guests: Mrs. Gerst, Mme. Sorbier, Mrs. Hale, Mrs. Van Pelt, Mrs. Stetson, Mrs. Gaden, Mrs. Eyster, Miss Sullivan, Miss Carroll, Miss Cameron, Mrs. McComas, Mrs. McLean, Miss Norton, Miss Sever ance, Miss Couzins, Mrs. Stevenson, Mrs. Richardson, Miss Harraden, Rev. Maynard and Rev. Eliza Wilkes. Over two hundred members of the society were also present, and an enjoyable time was had by all. The rooms were hand somely decorated with LaF-auce roses and ferns, and the collation served was in keep ing with the spirit of hospitality which seemed to permeate the gathering. During the breakfas...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 May 1895

14 CROWDS AT JOHANNE SBURG Blacks and Malays Said to Supply All the Skilled Labor Needed. A Former San Franciscan Writes to Advise His Friends to Stay at Home. Johannesburg is not the paradise of for tune-hunters that it has been pictured, if a letter recently received from C. J. Camp bell, formerly of the Coast Seamen's Jour nal, is true. Hefore departing from San Francisco Mr. Campbell urged a medical friend to accompany or to follow him. On April 21 he wrote him to stay at home. "In.Tohannesburjr. which has a population of 80,000 and is jraininir about 1000 a day, there ;ire already no less than 401 doc tors." wrote Mr. Campbell. "In Pretoria, the capital of the Transvaal Republic, there art- eighteen doctors in a community of 3000 people. More are traveling this way every day. '*English and American doctors are dis criminated against here. The Transvaal Government has no liking for foreign physicians. They require every doctor to pass a rigid examination in connection with his c...

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