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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 June 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS Adventists Will Take Up and Discuss the Sunday-Clos ing Matter. A PORTUGUESE CELEBRATION. Railroad Directors Who Will Not Pay License— School Bond Election. The Adventists who are now encamped at Buehrod Park, North Oakland, have taken issue with the Council for the Sup pression of the Saloon or the Sunday closing matter, and have classed the latter organization as a religio-political affair in which they do not believe. Elder R. 8. Owen, chairman of the com mittee on resolutions, presented the fol lowing: Whereas, Among the evils which afflict society and the home none are greater than those resulting from intemperance, especially from the manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquors, Rmftvcd, That we as a conference assembled, express our position upon this important mat ter in the following declarations: We are a temperance people, not only in the respect to the use of alcoholic liquors, but as regards tobacco and all other intoxicating narcotics and stimulant...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 June 1895

12 EEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. Domingo, Joseph and Louis Ghlrardelil to D. Ghlrardelli Company ( a corporation) undivided 3-5 of lot on NW line of Larkin street and North Point, W to E line of Polk, N to S line of Beach, E to W line of Larkin, S to beginning, subject to a mortgage: $10. Julian and Laura E. Laporte to Giovanni Podesta, lot on N line of Sacramento street, 63:3 W of Polk, W 46:9, N HO, E 22:10%, S 12:7V_, E 23:10%, S 67:43,4; $10. Jean and Teresa Cazeaux, same, same; $5. J. K. and Mary Prior to California Title Insur ance and Trust Company, lot on s\V corner of Bay street and Van Ness avenue, W 123 by S 112:6: also lot on S Mm- of Bay street, 25 E of Franklin, E 175:9 by S 137:6: also lot on S line of Bay street, 68:9 E of Gough, E 137:6 by S 137:6: $10. Mary A. Flint to Sidney M. Smith, lot on N line of Washington street, 181 E of Webster, E 25:3 by N 127:6; $10. • Francis V. and Anna E. McLennan to same, same; $10. Mary McCnffery, Daniel, James, William and Frank Crowl...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 June 1895

CITY KEA_ ESTATE. A BIG MARGAIN. -£*- 515,000 RESIDENCE. ' CHOICE LOCATION NEAR THE PARK. $9000 cash will buy It; 50-foot frontage; 9 rooms, bath, basement, attic and all modern conveniences; handsomely decorated and finished In curly red- wood and white cedar. Full particulars at office. EASTON. KI.IU'.IDGE <fc CO., 638 Market St. \ FINE CORNER ■■ -A- ON CALIFORNIA STREET. 55x81:3; only a few blocks beyond Van Ness aye., with well-built 2-story house, which could easily be remodeled into a modern mansion. Full particulars at office. EASTON, ELDRIDGE & CO.. 638 Market st. MISSION BUILDING LOT. ~" REDUCED TO $900. .' North side 17th St., near Douglass; full size- graded and ready for building. . EASTON, KLDRIDOE & CO., 638 Market at. COIN TALKS. $5250 ONLY $5250. WESTERN ADDITION HOUSE. Must sell at once: 2-story bay-window house; 8 rooms and bath; modern plumbing and in good condition. Steiner St.; near Sacramento. EASTON, E LDBIDGE A CO., 638 Market St. TOOK AT Tills ~~~...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 June 1895

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS A Veto Message on the Bitu minous Rock Resolu tions. BUT IT IS PLACED ON FILE. The Mayor, However, Says He Will Not Sign Any Bills Contracted Under It. At the meeting of the Board of Super- Visors yesterday Mayor Sutro submitted the following communication, which is in the nature of a veto of the resolution passed at the preceding meeting creating a mo nopoly of the bituminous-rock business in favor of Santa Cruz mines and the South ern Pacific Railroad Company: To the Honorable the Board of Svpcrrigor* of iht Cilu ami County of San Francisco, Cal. — Gen tlemen: Youi honorable body on May 20, 1 895, passed order No. 2871 relating to specifi cations for bitumen, etc., for the public streets. To this proposed legislative order there are Borne valid objections, and they are the same as were given April 8, 185)5, in my preceding veto on this matter, and are repeated here, as follows: First— That it would practically exclude the shipment of bitumen rock by vessels, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 June 1895

VOLUME LXX¥iif£-NO. 5. THE PACIFIC SLOPE End of Another Chapter in the Reedley For gery Case. HILL VISITS SEATTLE. Planning to Supply China With Flour From the Coast States. SAN BERNARDINO IRRIGATION. Shocking Death of a San Benito County Farmei — Vancouver Officials Deposed. VISALTA. Cal, June 4.— The case of Thomas Wootton vs. W. A. Sanders, John Knausch and Milton O. Abbot came up for final settlement before Judge Cross this morning. The action was similar to that brought at Fresno yesterday. Plain tiff was allowed his decree by which the deed recorded here on March 5, 1894, pur porting to have been made by William Wootton, the missing rancher, to John Knausch, the mythical personage, is de clared void. Plaintiff also rec overed costs of $52 20. The witnesses, sworn on behalf of the plaintiff were: E. T. Wolcott, George Wiseman, Charles Kohlof, W. W. Phillips and A. B. Lawson. Their testimony went toward establishing the fact that there was no such man as John Knausch. George Wis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 June 1895

2 WORK AT SANTA CRUZ. Preparations for the Water Fete Nearing Completion. CONCERT ON THE RIVER. Musical Numbers to Be Illus trated With Calcium Light Effects. GORGEOUS COURT COSTUMES. Gowns of Great Beauty Will Be Worn by Queen and Maids of Honor. SANTA CRUZ, Cal., June 4.— Just one week from to-day the Venetian carnival will commence, and Santa Cruz will be called upon to entertain a host of visitors. There is much to be accomplished in the coming week, but there are hundreds at work and everything will be ready for the opening day. The work of decorating private houses was commenced to-day, and the beautiful home of ex-Mayor Bowman, which is situated on Beach Hill, overlooking Pacific avenue, was decKed in the beautiful colors of the carnival in the most artistic man ner. The entire front is in yellow and white bunting. There is being used for decorative purposes much of the red foli age which grows in such abundance in the vicinity of this city. It is twined into ropes and wreath...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 June 1895

ALLISON HIS CHOICE General Clarkson Favors the Distinguished Senator. PROPER MAN TO SELECT. -Few Statesmen Have as Fine a Record in National Politics. EAST AND WEST IN ACCORD. And. Best of All, the Republican Convention Should Be Held In This City. NEW YORK, N. V., June 4.— General J. S. Clarkson, Republican National com mitteeman from lowa, in an interview on the political situation has pronounced in favor of Senator Allison. He said: "An intelligent observation of the politi cal situation convinces many Republicans that Senator Allison will be nominated at the next Republican convention. I myself am convinced that he wil! be the best can didate of the Republicans, and, moreover, that he will surely be elected. I have nothing to say against the claims of other Republicans, but in my travels I have found the very strongest undercurrent running for Allison. I find this senti ment just as strong in the East as in the West. "Senator Allison is sound on all com mercial and financial que...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 June 1895

4 THE BUY DISTRICT RACES Rey Alfonso Delighted His Ad mirers, Running a Very Fast Race. LLOYD ONCE MORE INJURED. Heavily Backed, Sir Reel, With Weber Up, Was Left Standing at the Post. Oeorge Rose, the bookmaker, will leave for Chicago about the 15th of the present month. But for Captain Kees' bad habit of bearing in toward the rail, the finish between him and Rey Alfonso would have been much closer. After getting two lengths the best of the start with Xellie G in the third race, and lead ing into the stretch by six lengths, Shaw gave a most realistic exhibition of how a race can be thrown away, and was beaten out half a length. Jockey L. Lloyd is having; more than hie share or ill-fortune of late. Only a few days ago he was thrown while working out a horse and badly bruised, and yesterday ho again received a painful injury. After pulling up Major Cook, which he had ridden in the second race, he was returning to the judges' stand on a jog when the Major suddenly bolted in toward the...

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

HE HAS FIRED HIS SHOT Dr. Marc Levingston After the Committee of the Civic Federation. HE SWEARS OUT A WARRANT. Rev. Dr. Dille and Three Others Arrested on the Charge of Criminal Libel. A case that will prove one of the most celebrated in the history of criminal libel in this City was commenced yesterday. Yesterday morning Dr. Marc Leving- ! ston appeared in Judge .Toachimsen's \ court and swore out warrants for the arrest of Rev. E. R. Dille, I. J. Truman, George ; T. Gaden and D. G. Dexter, the committee ' of the Civic Federation to whom is dele- ■ gated the duty of purifying municipal affairs, and who sent to Governor Budd a statement embodying their reasons why Dr. Levingston .should not receive the ap- ! pointment of Health Officer. The com- ! plaint reads as follows: Personally appeared before me this 4th day of June, 1595, Marc Levingston, who. on oath, DS. MARC LJEVINQSTON. [Frovi a photograph taken by the Elite Gallery.] makes complaint and says that on or about the | 15th ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 June 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— «G per year by mail; by carrier, 15c per week. SUNDAY CALL— «I.SO per year. WEEKLY CALL— * 1.60 per year. The Kastern office of the SAX FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific (Stales Adver tising Bureau, Hhlnelander building, Hose and Duane streets, New York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Are yon 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 given to the carrier, or left at j;ubiuess Office, 710 Market street, will receive prompt attention. WEDNESDAY . . . JUNE 5, 1895 Choler needs but one more letter to make it fatal. The policeman should try to live up to his uniform. The Pioneers have pointed the fatal finger at silurianism. It is a wise bulldog who, having bitten, knows when to let go. He is a poor detective who will surrender his secrets to the public. The absence of a tail does not deprive a dog ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 June 1895

tvEDNKSDAY ....JUXE 5, 1895 CITY ITEMS IN BRIEF. Btude^S^rdLy * Ch ° 01 * r&da * ted 16 ° th^«U'^h tr r sht ftnd brief ' can ** * ou nd or. in it, page of the Call every morning. hrtrtitfn? 00 *! cfas ? of th Normal School held its class-day exercises yesterday. DVUUUI «i'ii'™^^ (lßs ; obtai " ea a judgment for H King executed in 1890 by C. Colonel C. F. Crocket will return to-day from inVeXi 0 the W ° rl<i> Very mucb impYo™ed Mill Valley Country Club has selected a handsome deafen ior its new house near Mill nuo(_i bi&tion. Charles Hennessey, charged with robbery, n t g . mlly D y & i u r>ia Judge Wallace's court yesterday. The closing exercises of the Washington J-M-'uing School took place at Saratoga Music Hall laM evening. *.; T ,l!ih ge Hunt has rendered a judgment for *-(XX) in iavor of Frank Shay and against the Chicago Clock Company. The Southern Pacific Comnany has arranged a time limit on excursions to the" four ereat con ventions about to be held. The...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 June 1895

8 BUILDING A CLUBHOUSE. Mill Valley Country Club Will Soon Have a Very Cozy Home. FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. An Artistic Villa With Wide Ver andas and Commodious Rooms Selected. The Mill Valley Country Club has every thing in readiness to build an ornamental clubhouse under the shadow of Tamalpais, and as the designs hate been completed it •will be a matter of only a few weeks before the pretty villa, with] its broad veranda and cozy interior, is ifi course of construc tion. The building is to stand on a knoll about two minutes' walk from the Mill wood railway station. The structure, as shown in the design, is a one-story house, somewhat 0:1 the cot tai;e ])lan, with low sweeping roof reaching over verandas that extend around three eides. It is to be all shingled from the ground up, the roof stained v moss green, the walls a rich brown and the trimmings, veranda posts, etc., will be painted ivory THE NEW HOUSE OF THE MILL, VALLEY COUNTRY CLUB TO BE ERECTED NEAR MILLWOOD STATION. [Fro...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 June 1895

TEACHERS; PENSION FUND. City Attorney Creswell Sub mits an Important Opinion. A TRIAL BEFORE DISMISSAL. The Manner of the Creation of the Fund Still a Little Cloudy. Superintendent of Schools Moulder, who lias been ill, put in an appearance at his office yesterday, and was the recipient of congratulations from principals and teachers. The teachers, by the way, were all in a flurry about two different and distinct matters affecting their interests and duties, bat they begged the Superintendent to be ware of giving them any thought in the fear of its causing him a relapse. ' One of these was the order requiring them to report the residence of their pupils on a new "block system" looking to the of the City for the schools. The other was the new pension law, over which not only teachers, but lawyers, have been struggling to gain some understand ing since the Legislature adjourned. Some time ago Superintendent Moul der suomitted a request to City and County Attorney Creswell asking his o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 June 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WROLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Linseed Oil advanced. silver unchanged. Shipment of $332,650 to China. Coal steady. Grain Bags easier. Wheat freight nominal. • - • ; Wheat and Barley weak. Oats quiet. Corn dull. Rye steadily held. ' V'„ White Beans firm. Others dull. No Mustard Seed offering. Feedstuff about the same. Hay rather steadier. straw dull. • . Potatoes and Onions steady. Cheese weak and in overstock. Butter and Eggs steady. A car of Eastern Poultry in. String Beans higher. Berries selling better. Cherries advancing. Oranges and Lemons still demoralized. Dried Fruits, Nuts and Raisins neglected. Hams and Bacon dull. Lard rather easier. Woo! quiet. Hides and Leather still advancing. ' No business in Hops. Meat market quiet. Coffee steady. Quicksilver firm. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. United States Department of Agricul ture. Wkatheb Bureau, San Francisco, June 4, 1896, 6 P. M.—Weather conditions and general forecast. The following . maximum temperatures were repo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 June 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS A Committee Appointed to Make Prodigious Noises on July 4. ALL POR THE CITY'S GOOD. Society Folk and Amateur Athletes Will Give a Circus for Charity. Oakland is going to have a big "toot" on the Fourth of July, for the committee on "morning awakening" lias so decided. '•We want to give San Francisco an idea that Oakland is xsot her bed-ehaniber," said Chairman Dr. .1. L. Mayon of the awaken ing committee yesterday. '-Oakland has long been known to the people of California as a quiet city and but a piece of San Fran cisco and what we want to do is to dispel all such ideas. Therefore we invite any thing and everything that can make a noise to participate." Some weeks ago the leading citizens of ihe town across the bay formed themselves into various committees to get up a great Fourth of July celebration. Heretofore Oakland has had no Fourth of July cele bration of its own, having always united £ with San Francisco in observingthe day, but this time the quiet town i...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 June 1895

12 THE STOCK MARKET. Prices for Comstock shares were rather better yesterday, though the improvement was insignifi cant. Business was quiet all day. NOTES. At the annual meeting of the Seg. Belcher and Mides Con. Mining Company 89,402 shares were represented, and Thomas Anderson, Herman Za dig, J. P. Martin, James Newlands Jr. and W. H. H. Hart were elected directors, with Thomas Ander pon as pn siiient, H. Zadig vice-president, E. B. Holmes secretary, and W. E. Sharon superin tendent. At the annual meeting of the Crown Point Min ing Company 79.518 shares were represented, and the following nllicers elected: James Newlands, liresidrnt: A. K. 1". Harmon, J. P. Martin, James Newlands Jr. and C. L. McCoy, directors. C. L. McCoy craa re-elected secretary and w. E. Sharon ■aperintendent. The secretary's financial state u:. n; showed a credit of $15,704. The sup'Tinti ndent's annual report shows that diirin;.- tin- yoar they h»ve extracted from the 600 and 70(1 level stopes 18. 6 M) tons ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 June 1895

CITY REAL, ESTATE. , , GhTumisen & co^ ■• " < REAL ESTATE AGENTS, RENT COLLECTORS « ! AND AUCTIONEERS, ' ' Office and Salesroom, \ 14 Montgonery St., near Market, San Francisco. ' Call and ibtaln one of our "Real Estate Records," i which conains a list of properties for sale in all < parts of city. __ " '-T/C 1 IMPROVED PROPERTY. CM a n\n corner ON HYDE ST.: nice ■ «5) XT:.IA/V'. residence of 9 rooms, etc. ; lot 60 _71:3: i>-rt of the lot vacant: both streets ac- j cepted'bythecity. , _»1 1 'AA MISSION-ST. BUSINESS PROP- <Sxi..3Uu. erty; 2 houses and lot 45x122:6. AOOrA GILBERT ST.: BAY-WINDOW 1 tJpZZw. cottage of 6 rooms; lot 25x80. : _>O"_n A BARGAIN; A NEARLY NEW »S^OVU. bay-window cottage of 5 rooms and bath- sDne walks; brick foundation, etc.: rents for $26. month; near several lines of cars; lot ' *J5xlOU York St.; ea3y terms. d£Ci(\[\f\ A NICE 2-STORY. BAY-WINDOW . «^O'KJU. residence on Guerrero st.; street ac- ■ ceptedby the city; well located; lot 24:6x10...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 June 1895

14 G. CLEVELAND'S PROMISE A. H. Ricketts of the Miners' Association Says It Has Not Been Kept. REFERRED TO MINERAL LAND. Light Thrown on Clear Lists of Lands Patented to the Railroad. A. H. Rickctt of the California Miners' Association, who recently went to Wash ington, D. C, as the duly accredited agent of the association to consult with Presi dent Cleveland and Secretary Hoke Smith with regard to the issues which are of vital importance to it, due to the action of the railroad companies in seeking patent for mineral lands lying within the limits of their grants in the State of California, is not pleased with either President Cleve land or Secretary Smith. The cause of his displeasure is based on a dispatch received yesterday from Washington, which is to the effect that Secretary Smith, in spite of his assurance to Representative Caminetti and of the manner in which Mr. Rickett recently presented the case of the miners, continues to patent lands to the railroads in California. In e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 June 1895

VOLUME LXXVIII.— NO. 6. THE PACIFIC COAST Thrilling Experience of a Drug Clerk in Pas adena's Jail. CLASS DAY AT RENO. A Coulterville Saloon Affray That Will Probably End in a Death. BEE-KEEPERS AT HANFORD. Heavy Catches of Salmon In Mon terey Bay — Reprieves for Two Murderers. PASADENA, Cal., June 5.— W. H. Hill, formerly owner of a drugstore at 1324 Market street, San Francisco, who came to Pasadena some weeks ago and took a position as clerk in a drug store, yesterday in the absence of his em ployer showed signs of insanity or intoxi catio:.. He was mixing peculiar messes for customers, breaking bottles and behav ing in a mysterious manner, which at tracted attention, and officers were sum moned. Hill was placed in jail to await the arrival of his employer, Dr. W. H. Prittie, who was at Catalina Island, and vrno had been telegraphed for. In the jail was an old man in an intoxi cated condition. He was John McGuire, an ex-convict with a bad record, who Berved a sentence of eleven y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 June 1895

2 truth. Juan Ferra struck the first blow and in so doing the knife broke in his hand, but the stroke he made would not have killed the Frenchman. I then took the Frenchman's knife out of his pocket and held back his head and cut his throat, and the incidents followiug were duly re lated in the testimony of the case. Juan Sallas was present and assisted in the mur der of the Frenchman." District Attorney Daley is satisfied that Ballas was not there. While in jail after his sentence Garcia made a full written confession, which was first made public to-day, in which he accuses Juan Ferra of having been the instigator of the crime for the purpose of robbing the Frenchman of $500, supposed to have been secreted some where about his chicken ranch. Sallas is also accused in the written con fession of having been present at the scene of the murder and participating. HELM UP XEAIt SACRAMENTO. Members of a Itriving Party Itobbed by a Highway man. SACRAMENTO, Cal., June s.— While William F. M...

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