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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 June 1895

ON THE NEW LINER Notable People Depart for a Maiden Voyage. TRIP OF THE ST. LOUIS. Start of the Big Steamship Across the Stormy Atlantic. FAST TIME IS EXPECTED. Other Vessels Prevented From Giv ing a Grand Salute by a Dense Fog. NEW YORK, N. V., June s.— The American steamship St. Louis left her pier at the foot of Fulton street promptly at 11 o'clock this forenoon to enter upon her first voyage across the ocean. She carried the full number of cabin and saloon pas sengers for which she has accommoda tions. Among the passengers were the following : Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Abbey, Colonel F. Folter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Brandue, Major-General R. A. Barker, Henry Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. John Drew, Frederick T. Frelinghausen, Miss L. Frelinghausen, Lloyd C. Griacom, Mrs. C. F. Gunther, Sir Julian and Lady Paunce fote and the Misses Pauncefote, Mme. P.ejan and Count Wickenberger. Besides Captain Randle and Chief En gineer Walls, the principal officers on the St. Louis are Thomas Kinsey, purser...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 June 1895

4 OUTING OF THE GROCERS Sch uetzen Park Th ronged With Merrymakers Till the Sun Went Down. AN ALL AROUND SUCCESS. Three Hundred Valuable Prizes for Fleet Runners, and Skillful Marksmen. Grocers' day was a success. In spite of the heat, there was not one of the thous ands who attended the celebration at Schuetzen Park who did not take every ounce of enjoyment out of the seven hours spent there. The dancing pavilion was in the best of order, the bowling alley was especially fitted up for the occasion, and the race track had been prepared under the supervision of Captain Fred Schumann. There was not a hitch in the carrying out of the entire programme and not an acci dent marred the pleasure of the day. The following committees looked after the guests and contributed materially to the success achieved : Arrangements— Charles Meier, chairman; I. Salomon, E. I. Flieger, J. E. A. Helms, N. Salo mon, P. J. McElror, J. L. Williams, John Lack mann, Jacob Pape, Fred Kaufmann, Peter Quinn, J. T...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 June 1895

SAVED BY MR, MEYER. A Juror in the Paulseil Case "Prejudiced Against the Court." HE VOTED FOR ACQUITTAL. The Eleven Who Were for Convic tion Charge Him With Per jury—The Defense. The trial of William E. Paulseil for the daring robbery of a Market-street faro game on February 16, 185H, reached its final stage yesterday after running its course for three days. The proceedings yesterday presented several unusual features. There was a surprising defense, representing the de fendant Paulseil as not a robber, but as having been himself robbed, clothed by the real criminals with all the circumstances THE DEFENDANT PAULSELL TELLING- HIS STORY IN COURT. [Sketched by a "Call" artist.] of crime under an unjust accusation for over a year. There was the pathetic spec tacle of his brother, an honored member of the bar, pleading for his brother's vin dication in the lace of overwhelming odds and himself taking the stand in his de fense. There were the facts of the prison er's reputable family, his...

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

6 She s&W CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— »6 per year by mail ; by carrier, 15c per week. SUNDAY CALL— #I.SO per year. . VTKEKLY CALL— per year. The Eastern office of the SAX FRANCISCO CALL (Dally and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Khinelander building, Hose and Duane streets, New York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Are you going to the country on a vacation T If no, 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. THURSDAY JUNE 6, 1895 Long heads and long purses are friends. People assist crime by thinking about it. Even Corbett's wife has wearied of his oratory. Insanity is the logical end of Oscar Wilde's career. The Pioneers are as ardent for progress in '95 as they were in '49. No man ever accuses a pretty woman of having too long a tongue. Enterprise is argus-eyed...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 June 1895

Whe mriß (©ill THURSDAY ~ JUNE 6, 1895 CITY ITEMS IN BEIEF. The Pacific Kennel Club elected officers last evening. The body of an unknown man was picked up off Goat Island yesterday. The estate of Calvin W. Kellogg has been appraised at over (5*50,000. St. Patrick's School held its closing exercises at St. Vincent's Hall yesterday. Carrie Clark Wnrde has commenced suit for divorce against James M. Warde. Miss Alice Stump, daughter of Irwin Q. Stump, was married to Aivis G. Hunt of Woodland yesterday. The weather forecast for to-day in San Fran cisco is "fair, nearly stationary temperature and fresh winds." The Rev. H. M. gcuddcr, formerly a promi nent minister of this City, died suddenly in Winchester, Mass. The winners at the Bay District vesteidav were Her Majesty, Crawford, Tim ' Murphy, A rnette and Alexis. The first grand benefit of the Actors' Associa tion of America will take place this afternoon at Morosco's Theater. The graduating exercises at St. Ignatius Col lege were hel...

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. — 6 June 1895

8 THE BAY DISTRICT RACES Arnette Gained a Decision Over Mr. Jingle in a Close Finish. IT CAUSED ANOTHER HOWL. Her Majesty Managed to Beat Wal cott a Short Nose In a Rattling Drive. Billy Donathan has another Happy Band in Alexis. Nick Hall took another shot at the moon — he backed Ryland. Mutineer pulled up bleeding 6lightly, after the steeplechase. A very cruel hoax was perpetrated on race goers at the track yesterday, a tip going the rounds that Minnie Beach was a "good thing" for the second race. Tired of Tod Sloane's watch-me-beat-the-flaß tactics and after using more forbearance than any other starter in the country, Merrill yes terday set Sloane down indefinitely. By this action Merrill no doubt misses the opportunity of being presented with a silken starter's flag. The game at the Bay District is shortly to be re-enforced by a fresh invoice of running ma terial from the East— a muchly needed want. Private advices state that D. A. Honig, the St. Louis horseman, has started for...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 June 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS A Plan on Foot to Build a Splendid Athletic Park at Elmhurst. STONE IS BACK OF IT. Mrs. Boogar Claims That Her Hus band Was Mesmerized by At torney Benson. . - s ome unexpected hitch in negoti vrhich are now pending, occurs, the athletes of this section of the State will soon be furnished with as fine an exhibi tion and training ground as any in the not in the country. A I . Stone, secretary of the Oakland, mdro and Haywards Electric Rail road Company, is the instigator of the scheme, and has been in consultation with a number of gentlemen prominent in ath letic circles who look with much favor on the plan. Under certain conditions," said Mr. Stone yesterday, "we will construct a com plete and handsome athletic park, which will be second to none on the Pacific Coast at least. "The proposition is this: If the Reliance and Acme clubs of Oakland and the Bay City Wheelmen and Olym pic club of San Francisco will agree to utilize the grounds for their meets for the nex...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 June 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUM3IART OF THE MARKETS. Silver lower. » Wheat and Barley weak. Other cereals unchanged. Beans dull. Hay easy. Heavy shipments of Flour to China. Potatoes and onions firmer. Medium Butter improving. Eggs promise higher prices. Cheese demoralized. Asparagus out of favor. Poultry generally steady. Plums coming in. Increased arrivals of Cherries. Oranges lower. Provisions slow of sale. Hides active and firm. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. United States Department of Agricui< •JTßK. Weather Bureau, San Francisco, June 5, 1895, 5 p. m.— Weather conditions and general forecast. ■ The following maximum temperatures were reported from California and Arizona stations to-day: Eureka, 58 degrees: Red Bluff. 94: Sacr amento, 92: San Francisco. 80: Fresno, 100: San i^uis Oblspo, 76; Los Angeles, 78; San Diego, 64; Independence 88; Yuma, 104. The area of unusually high pressure is apparent this evening, central off the coast of Washington, In which section the pressure now exce...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 June 1895

NEW TACTICS FOR GIRLS Winners in Competitive Mili tary Drill at Horace Mann School. FOUR REGULAR COMPANIES. Mr. O'Connor's Opinion of the Value of Such Drills— A Novel Exhibition. __ _ _ The coming woman, as represented by ; Company 4 of the Horace Mann School, | scored:, point yesterday. The girls won i in the competitive military drill. The Horace Sfsnn School is the pioneer in the introduction of military drill. Since January 14 George S. Miehling, instructor | of wrestling in the Olympic Club, has given two lessons a week in the new tactics, and yesterday morning the first public j exhibition of the results of the training [ was made. About a hundred visitors as- j cembled to witness the evolutions of the girls and boys and cheered when an espe cially good movement was executed. The drill took place on the school grounds and was participated in by four companies made up of pupils of the ninth grades. There were thirty-eight members of each company, officered by lieutenants, serg...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 June 1895

12 FROM FARM AND ORCHARD Kern and Tulare Said to Be the Banner Wheat Counties. DRIED FRUIT AGENCY FORMED. Santa Clara Orchardlsts Organize to Shut Out the Specu lators. Grain-buyers declare that Kern and Tulare counties will be the banner coun ties this year in the grain yield. In the San Joaquin Valley the wheat crop will bo a little above the average. The Phoenix Herald says that, the army worm made its appearance in that part of the country and cut some alfalfa and other crops, but "the sun got too hot on it and cooked its destructive qualities in short order. Indications for a splendid grape crop in Orange County were never better than at the present time, so the grape-growers re port. The vines this year seem exception ally strong, vigorous and healthy. — Santa Ana Herald. Santa Clara County fruitmen have or panized an agency to control tue selling of dried fruit, and speculators are now shut out. The fruitmen have determined to establish agencies in all the important marketing...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 June 1895

BUSINESS J^gA^SSH' O~SELL~~A. BUSINESS OF ANY KIND quick for cash see STRAND & CO., 45 Third St. ©OXrt PORK AND DELICATESSEN §S^OU. store; good place. STRAND & TUT- store; good piace. STRAND & TUT- I.K. 45 Third St. " .-''."■• <_» Q- r COFFEE SALOON NEAR KEAKNY: <&>JHd. clears $100 a month. STRAND & TUTTLE, 45 Third St. «£?*£~h SALOON: FULL VALUE IX SIGHT; &bOU. make offer. STRAND & TUTTLE, 45 Third st. ■■ CJO^fl PARTNER WANTED IN A THRiV- — «JU. ing cash business; duties light and qaeilv learned: established several years; remain- ing partner a well-known business man and thor- oughly responsible: will clear to each from $50 to $75 per month: partner preferred to hired help; see to-day. STRAND A TUTTLE, 45 Third st. T>ROLL A STENBI2KG 719 MARKET X near Third, sell or exchange businesses, fur- nished houses, orchards, vineyards, San Francisco, Alameda and Oakland property; send particulars; all applications for sales promptly attended to. ' J'...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 June 1895

14 LEGAL BATTLE FOR THE STANFORD MILLIONS The Government's Big Claim Comes Up on a Demurrer. LEARNED COUNSEL ON BOTH SIDES. Judge Erskine M. Ross of Los Angeles Listens to the Arguments. ATTORNEY JOHN GARBER TALKS FOR HOURS. Ho Holds That Individual Stock holders Are Not Liable for Pay- . merit of Bonds. The battle for the Stanford millions has commenced in earnest. Great legal guns are arrayed against each other, and their thunderings were centered in the United States Circuit Courtroom yesterday, Judge Erskine M. Ross of Los Angeles on the bench. All through the day, during both ses sions of the court, Attorney John Garber, the heaviest piece in the ordnance of the opposition to the Government claim for fifteen millions against the estate of the late Senator Stanford, centered his tire against the Attorney-General's complaint, and when the sun had gone down he had not exhausted his ammunition. He will re eume at the opening of court this morning, and the battle will wage fiercer a...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 June 1895

VOLUME LXXVIII.-NO. 7. COLIMA SURVIVORS TELL A TALE OF HORROR. OARPFNTZR, ROSS. Q. ROWAN, > J. M. MOBIL. > BO YD. ORIEL. SOME O3P THE sunvivons AS thet ArT^EAHED oixr the DECK op the SAN" ttj j\.isr. [Sketched by a "CaU" artist.] The steamer Ban Juan sailed into port yesterday morning. She had on board sixteen members of the shipwrecked Coiima. Very quietly and unostenta tiously she steamed in, her flag at half mast out of respect for the death of the Secretary of State, her white decks gleam ing in the sunshine, all spick and spank I and clean and neat to the eye, giving no sign of the awful tale of disaster that she brought. But those on shore knew full well the news she carried, and as soon as the Merchants' Exchange had been noti fied of her incoming the intellieence spread over the City, and hundreds were gathered at the Pacific Mail dock before the San Juan rounded the bend in the bay and made fast to the pier. Then there was a rush made for the gang 'plank/*&ger han...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 June 1895

2 timber, and though it kept turning and turning round in the angry waves I locked my arms around it and held fast. The wind blew the floating timbers all about and many pieces struck me. I was stunned and almost dead, but I clung to the timber and tore my clothes off as best I could. They weighed rae down and made me heavy. I felt better when I got all my clothes off. " Maybe it was ten minutes, maybe it was an hour — how could one in such a plight measure time? I saw the top of the pilot house drifting by me. I tried to reach it, but it went past me at too great a distance, and I dared not loose my hold on the timber because I was too weak to swim; very far. I had been hit in the chest and had a couple of teeth knocked out by the flying timbers. I saw dead bodies floating all about me. The body of a woman floated past me. I put my hand on it. It was stiff and cold as ice. "I guess it was about 4 o'clock in the afternoon when I managed to reach a big piece of the hurricane deck. I ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 June 1895

San Juan was that Captain Long, who was coming up as a passenerer, went to Captain Pitts and asked if he would lower another boat, Captain Long saying he would take charge ot it and would man it with a volunteer crew of the Aztec's sail ors. Captain Pitts said 'No.' Captain Long then went to the purser (Menton) and asked him. The purser said. 'Go ahead,' and Captain Long with the Aztec sailors picked up most of the sixteen mert saved." Six of the rescued, due to Captain Long's pood work, Mr. Oriel named for certain. He had the names of three of the crew of the Sa"n Juan on a piece of paper as his (Oriel's) friends. They are William Martin, lfiOO Post street: David Gibbs, 42 Tehama street, and Patrick McEntee, 502 Second Street. Whether these were his informants ne did not say. Oriel, Rowan and Boyd went to the Market-street office of the Pacific Mail Company daring the afternoon and Pas senger Agent Avery refunded their fare ami gave them $100 each besides. The $100, Mr. Avery expla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 June 1895

4 then heard one blast of the whistle followed by two more in quick succession, which was the signal to get the boats ready. The ship was on her beams end and I got out on the outside of the ship, and while there a heavy wind came Riid blew the deckhouses right off the ship; I saw that myself. I saw the whole deck blown off the ship myself; I mean the houses, boats and all. When I got into the water the water was filled with wreckage of the deckhouses that had been blown right out of the ship. I tried to get a piece of lumber from the deckload that was on board, but I could not do bo, be cause it was fast. The lumber was laid just as it was originally stowed. "Did the chief engineer say what he wanted these coal-passers foj;?" "The chief engineer sent for the coal-passers in order to have the tools put away — those that had got adrift in the storeroom. " "Was the chief engineer nervous at all?" "No, sir: quiet as can be; not even beared when he saw the water on deck. He just sim ply...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 June 1895

NEWS OF THE COAST. Foreign Vessels May Still Land at Santa Barbara. SUICIDE FROM REMORSE. Strange Case of a Wealthy and Prominent Port Angeles Citizen. SUNDAY BOATS TO STOCKTON. Napa Preparing for a Grand Cele bration of the Fourth of July. LOS ANGELES, Cal., June 6.— The Statement that foreign vessels will be pro hibited in the future from landing at Santa Barbara is only correct so far as en forcing the existence of the law is con cerned. Santa Barbara is only a port of delivery and not a port of entry. At the office in this city of the Collector ot the Port for Los Angeles District, the deputy collector to-day said that hitherto it has been the custom for Santa Barbara mer chants having goods on a foreign vessel to get permission from the Secretary of the Treasury at Washington for the vessel to land directly at Santa Barbara, without having first called at a port of entry. This privilege will not in future be granted, so all foreign vessels will have to enter in the regular way ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 June 1895

6 39}* __ fI&E CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: : DAII.T CALL-46 per year by mall; X>y carrier, 16c per week. SUNDAY CALL— #I.SO per year. •WEEKLY CALL— »I.6O per year. The Eastern office of the BAN FBANCIBCO CALL (Dally and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, lihlnelander building, Rose and Pnane streets, New York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Arc yon ROin-' to the country on a vacation ? If no, 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 .i JUNE 7, 1895 Picnics are in full blast. It is only hungry fish that snap at bait. Patience is often only a form of laziness. In some respects the whole World is a chestnut. Every day at this season is a holiday for somebody. The European war cloud has begun to hover again. Tb« only way to take time easy is to take it by the forelock....

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

\Y JUNE 7, 1895 CITY ITEMS IN BRIEF. The weather to-lay will be fair, nearly sta tionary temperature. The committee for the affiliated colleges has not lelected a building site. A successful benefit was given yesterday at Mokmoo'B, for the Actors' Association. The Olympic Chili may lease its grounds near the park to a Chicago aunisement company. The Free Woman's Infidel Suffrage Club held its first meeting at 997 Market street yester day. The election of officers of the Merchants' Affiliation was last night postponed until next :.-iy. Forecast Official Hammon will give the carrier a fair trial in connection with weather bureau reports. vii Diamonds" was well performed last night by the Ziliani Musical Society at the California Theater. Two alleged "widows" of the late John Smith lioxlcv are battling in the courts over property valued at £100,000. The winning horses at the Bay District track yesterday were Josephine, Tamalpais, Green back Jr., imp. Ivy and Garcia. All but two of the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 June 1895

8 THEIR MEN SELECTED Complete Ticket of the Republicans of Ken tucky. BOISTEROUS BALLOTING. Hours Consumed In Choosing a Candidate for a Petty Office. • THE SENATORSHIP A FACTOR. Prominent Candidates In the Race for the Place of Mr. Black burn. LOUISVILLE, Kt.. June The Re- ; publican State Convention closed to-night after a two days" session of exciting con tests. After adjourning the first day's session at midniaht the convention was in con tinned session from 10 a. m. to 7 p. m., with refreshments, and then took a recess for rapper until Bp. k. The delegates had absorbed several hundred speeches and voted more than all previous Republican delegates in Kentucky had voted during the present generation- There were almost UK avowed candi dates for the various State nominations, and the contests were so intense that order could not always be maintained. When the convention took a recess from 7 to 8 p. x. there were two nominations to be still made, but a recess was necessitated by the...

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