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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 15 March 1895

eta X &**<£? nc wr« ®!kW FRIDAY MARCH 15, 1895 JUST ABOUT THE WEATHER. The weather-guesser was all right in his prognostications yes terday so tar as nuishJne was con cerned, but there was a general desire tor more warmth in the at mosphere. The prediction for to day is ihat fair weather will pre vail. Readers of the ("all will be ulensed to liiirn tlmt western rephyrs will come instead of the icy northern blaMs of the pjt.-t week. LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF Channel street- has been ordered to be ged. An elevator i- to bo asked form the new Hall oJ Records. Miller & Lux have subscribed $00,000 in aid of the valley road. Fifty architectural students will join the San Francisco Art Association. stride shipping firm passed cut of existence yesterday. rth Cavalry officers from Walla Walla will play polo against Jsurliugaine March 30. Another cut-rate war is in progress between the Lumber-carrying steamers and schooners. The indications are that surveying parties lor the valley road ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 15 March 1895

8 FORTUNE TURNED IN HIS FAVOR. Riley Grannan Had a Good Day, Taking thousands Out of the Ring. THE FAVORITES DIDN'T WIN. "Whitestone Defeated Rey Al fonso at a Mile in Fast Time. After experiencing many varying re verses that would have disheartened many ;i [ess ;s bettor, Dame Fortune is beginning to smile on Riley Grannan, and with one more such successful day as he had yesterday, bis losses during the meeting, which have been estimated any wherefrom $30,000 to $1,000,000. will have been na»-e than regained.l While the dar |ng young plunger did not in the true turf sense of iii<" word "kill" the ring yester- lay. he .- accredited with taking from |!12,000 0ut of it by the victories • i Bees, Ferris Hartman and Whitestone. Many of the bookies that eagerly sought his money before the tide irned in his favor became very wary as the day wore on. and when Riley skippe.-i around the betting ring before the lasi ran with his "bet you $400," the astute penciler glanced at his sheet and...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 15 March 1895

CONFESSION OF A TRAIN-WRECKER. A Sensational Letter Offered in the Railroad Strikers' Case. ITS AUTHOR OUT OF REACH. Charles O'Brien Writes That He Was Paid $400 to Destroy the Sacramento Trestle. One of the most exciting and sensational les in the trial of the striker?, John I asaid; ami John Mayne, developed yes terday in the United States District Court. Attorney Monteith, for the defense, had J. R. Hughes, president of the A. 11. IT. lodge of Sacramento on the stand. The ■witness testified to the receipt of a certain letter on the lGth of July, and identified the communication, but when it was of fered in evidence by the defense the attor THE FEARLESS TOWING THE GEORGE SKOLFIELD TO SEA. [Sketched for the "Call" by W. A. Coulter.] neys for the prosecution objected, and after a long and exciting argument, 'luring which the jury was excused, Judge Mor row sustained the objection and further testimony on the epistle was barred. One of the strongest point? made against the defendants...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 15 March 1895

10 MINING MATTERS ON THE PACIFIC COAST. where the new finds of Gold Are Taking Pros pectors. NEW NOTIONS OF VALUE. All Through the Counties, Up and Down the Western Slope of the Sierra. At Vanderbilt, San Bernardino County, two 10-stamp mills are at work steadily and their operations are carefully watched by mining men. One of these mills is built on the Colorado system, and one on the California plan. Thus far the California mill is doing much the best work. M umbers of men are going to Mariposa County to mine and prospect, being at tracted by the moans of development work around Coulterville. The gold excitement in and about the Ticinities of Ukiah and Willits, Mendoclno County, ill prevails. The papers from those places report weekly of the finding of more rock thought to contain gold in no small degree. San Diego is to have cyanide works for treating tailings from the Cedros Island mines. Mining prospecting will commence in Siskiyou in full earnest pretty soon, and there will be...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 15 March 1895

BUSINESS CHANCES^ COXA CIGAB AND BTLLIXSd PARLOR?; ■. OUv. worth $1000. SPEC_.'S,SO Montgomery. \\' 111. SELL AT ALMOST ANY PRICE, *' within a few days, branch bakery and restau- rant; account of departure. SPECK'S, 30 Mont. ©TEA GOOD ROUT»: WELL ESTAB- '!•'". Usbed; clearing over $50. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery st. ,-y Q9AA FRUITSTORE ON TURK ST.; OWNS CP-.UU. buililiiiy SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery st. Q^nn COKFEI SALOON: WORTH »1000; <J)tJUU. near Chronicle. SPECK'S, 30 Mont- gomery st. <1"; 1 1 CO'FFEK SALOON; WORTH $400; Qi-OVJ. must sell. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery! < I ( W )( ! * N : - " lN NKAK KEARNY ; AVER- O-LUUU. age $35 to $40 a day; large stock and line fixtures: big bargain. MICHELS & WOOD 817 Market st. Q'-'llH -A'x'l). COAL AND COKE YARD •_•)'"■■ tor sale: very cheap; a (rood pay; horse and 2 ■-... is. MICHJELB A WOOD, 917 Market. <J s7"^( I GROCER! AND BAR; ABIGPAYEB, O ••" '• dirt cheap; $1000 stork in sight. MI- CHEJ - . ft OOP. 817 Market st. <29^() DAIBY P...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 15 March 1895

12 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Silver advanced. Shipment of 5415.890 to China. Wheat and Barley stronger. Oats active. Corn and Rye dull. Feedstufl's unchanged. Hay unchanged. Red Beans higher. N'-v York Exchange lower. Hani6 higher. Bacon and Lard firm. Potatoes and Onions unchanged. Poultry firm. Game advanced. Severe frosl in Fruit districts. Dried Peaches weaker. Asparagus higher. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. ITnitf.o States Department OF AfJRIOtTI^ tukf, WkaThkr Bureau, San Francisco, March 14. 5 p. m.— The pressure is highest in Montana, but the changes for the most, part are slight. Fair weather prevails in all sections except Nevada. Light snow has fallen during the day in Northern Utah and Southern Idaho. The temper ature Is slightly higher in the interior valleys to nignt than they wore last evening, but the skies are clear and wind light, a condition likely to result in 11 repetition of frost. After to-night, however, there will be no immediate danger of frost....

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 15 March 1895

AN OAKLANDER`S ALLEGED SHORTAGE. EX-POLICE CLERK LAMBERT Is Much Needed by His Bondsmen. PREACHERS AND BICYCLES. C. L. Wines and Miss Lizzie Barstow Married by Contract. Ex-Coroner Henry Evers and ex-Coun cilman (>. C. Kirk from the Second Ward were in a ferment all day yesterday over the disappearance of ex-Police Court Clerk W. R. Lambert, who has been out of office only two days. There is a shortage re ported in his books, and the gentlemen iirst mentioned are his bondsmen. This accounts for their anxiety. Lambert has held t he office of Police Court Clerk for two years past, and was removed to make room for another. Thomas Craw ford takes his [dace to-day. There have been rumors of the clerk being away, but he lias frequently been absent from the office and nothing was thoiur.a oi this last absence. It was thought that he would turn up after a few days. He was last & en in this city Friday last. Friends of his have reported having seen him in Ban Francisco at the Germania...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 15 March 1895

14 DAVIES OF HAWAII GETS HIS FREEDOM. He Arrives Filled With Indig nation at the Way He Was Treated. SAYS HE IS NOT A BAD MAN. Thinks He Will Bring Suit Against the Hawaiian Star for Libel. Captain William Davies arrived on the steamer Arawa from Honolulu yesterday morning. He came filled with wrath and indignation at the treatment he says he has received at the hands of the Honolulu press, and denies emphatically the impu tations of an article which appeared in the Hawaiian Star of the 7th inst., as follows: Captain "Bill" Davies. who leaves the coun try to-day for the country's gooU, has had <juite a career in Hawaii and made a bad record. He came into public notice at once on reach ing the port as male of a vessel with immi- CAPTAIN DAVIES, WHO SAYS HE TESTIFIED IN HONOLULU WHILE UNDER DURESS. [From a photograph taken in the ''Call " art gallery yesterday.] grants. Davies had killed a Japanese or China- i man on the voyage. He was tried by a British court on the charge of murd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 16 March 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.-NO. 96. THE PACIFIC SLOPE Kidnaping of a Thief by an Oregon Sheriff at Fresno. A VERY BOLD STRATAGEM The Officer Prevents the Es cape of a Criminal by Quick Action. OUTWITTING OF ATTORNEYS. A Writ of Habeas Corpus Secures Freedom to a Prisoner for Only a Brief Time. FRESNO, Cal., March I.",.— Charles Hen derson was forcibly taken from the Court bouse here to-day by Deputy Sheriff Sears • gon, who had been sent down to get Henderson, who is wanted in Oregon for larceny. Henderson haa been in this city for some time, and when his whereabouts became known Governor Budd issued a warrant for his arrest on the requisition of the Gov r-rnor of Oregon. The man was arrested here two days ago. and he immediately fwnrc out an application for a writ of habeas corpus. He was taken before Judge E. W. Rish y of the Superior Court, who continued his case until to-day in order that the noeessnry papers might come from Governor Budd. This afternoon Hondeson was again taken into court, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 16 March 1895

2 CLERKS' SALARY GRUB Assembly Attaches In sist on Getting- Full Pay for Services. . THE LAW BACKS THEM UP Will Mandamus the Controller If He Does Not Settle at Once. A SENSATIONAL DEVELOPMENT. Speaker Lynch Had Coerced Them to Work for Five Dollars a Day, Instead of Eight. SACRAMENTO, March 15.— For three weeks a rebellion has been brewing among ' the assistant engrossing clerks of the As sembly. They have been receiving $-5 a day. The statutes say they shall receive I $S. Speaker Lynch baa insisted that they should not ask for the extra $3 under pain of dismissal. This has kept them quiet. They have been working just the same, and to-morrow, backed by the assurance of the Attorney-General that they are right, they intend making a demand on the Con troller for their extra ?3 a day for the fifty eight days they have been employed. This means $174 fur each clerk, or $870 for the lot. Those interested are: J. B. Horton, as sistant engrossing clerk; George Hatton, j assistant engrossin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 16 March 1895

APOLOGY MUST COME. Secretary Gresham Is Forcible and Prompt With Spain. THE ALLIANCA SHOOTING The Act Totally Uncalled For on the Part of the Vigilant Cuban Officers. ADVICE FOR THE HEREAFTER, Minister Murugua Astonished That the Demand Should Have Been Made. MADRID, March 15.— The following cablegram bias been received here: "Taylor, Minuter, Madrid: This depart ment is informed that on the Bth inst. the United States mail steamship AlHanea, on her homeward voyage from Colon to New York, when six miles from the coast of Cuba, off Cape May. was repeatedly fired upon by a Spanish gunboat with solid shot, which, fortunately, fell short. The "Windward Passage, where this occurred, is the natural and usual highway for vessels plying between ports of the United States and the Caribbean Sea. Through ii sev eral lines of American mail and commer cial steamers pass weekly within sight of Cape May. They are well known and their voyage embraces no Cuban port of call. Forcible interference wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 16 March 1895

4 KILLED FOR SILOES A Minnesota Store keeper and His Wife Murdered. ITALIANS RESPONSIBLE. They Had Quarreled With the Family, but Returned With Deliberation. THEY ESCAPE TO THE WOODS. i But Give Themselves Up for Fear of Being Lynched by the Lumbermen. MINNEAPOLIS. Minn., March 15.-A special to the Tribune from Carlcton, Minn., fays: An awful tragedy occurred at McGregor, iibont thirty miles west of here, this morn ing. A family of the name of Jeanette. <'<>n :ithpr, mot her and four children, the oldest 1- and the youngest a babe, lived in a cabin and kept a small store. Two Italians, who were clearing up a home- Btead near by, had trouble with Jeanelte over some sawlogs, whioh resulted in a quarrel last night. The Italians, Nick and Angelo Cristello, brothers, returned this morning to renew the quarrel with Winchesters and shot puns. Nick shot Joanette with the shot gun, tearing a gaping wound in his side, Lngelo shot Mrs. Jeanette with the "Winchester, blowing the top of...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 16 March 1895

READY FOE THE STATE MEEK RED FOR E I AY. " RBUDI Will ' : - .. rAco -■ I The advisory committee of the Califor nia Manufacturers propones to make a de cided success of the convention on Tues day next. Reception rooms have been se cured at the Grand Hotel, and ■ ill be opened at 8 o'clock Monday morning. Letters were read at the meeting yester "day from the Lake County Board of Trade, Los Angeles Board of Trade, Lama Prieta Lumber Company of Santa Cruz, Hamm &. Biggs of Petaluma, the Sawyer Tanning Company of Napa, California Tartar "Work* of San .lose, and many others, say ing they would be represented at the con vention. Es-Supervisor P. F. Dundon said lie thought there had not been enough pub- i licity given to the proposed convention. The Call was the only paper in the city "which had given full accounts, and he considered the paper entitled to great credit for the stand it bad taken in the ad vancement of the State and city. He thought there should be an effort made to j int...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 16 March 1895

6 Mir:. j§3ll*S^ CHARLES M. SHORTRIDOE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— ♦« per year by mall; b; carrier, 15c 1 ,-i'M>AY CALL-» 1 per year. WEEK LV (' ALL— per year. The Eastern offl of the SAN FRANCISCO « M.I. (Daily and Weekly), Pacific KtatPs Adver tising Bureau, Khinelander buil»injf, Ko»e and Duane streets, New York. KATCRDAY 3CABCH 16, 1595 Don't be a silurian. Get in with progressive men. Good enterprises are :.lways good invest : When you talk street improvement you 1 . . • usiness. Tomorrow Sacramento will draw a long . of pure air. The noise oi the cobblestones i 9 a con tinual protest against their existence. It was a cold snap in California of course, but the 5. P. was beaten in the Legislature. Talk that helps to form public opinion in favor of home industry can never be calied idle : It i« an easy prediction that by the time our cold wave gets East it will be magni : zard. If Japan annexes Manchuria she will horn in her own flesh than she will ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 16 March 1895

SATUHDAY MARCH 16, 1895 JUST ABOUT THE WEATHER. There is hope for warmer weather, it the signal service ex pen La to be trusted. He did very sterday, both in regard to sunshine and increased tempera ture. The north wind has sub- Mded. Prediction for today: Fair; slowly rising temperature during Baturdev. Fresh southerly winds a unns the day, shifting to westerly winds Sat urday evening. LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF The week's building contracts of San Fran cisco were $240,000. The old pilot boit George Peabody was re cently lost on the Japan coast. Governor Budd will address the Manufact urers' Convention on Tuesday. Olympus Parlor, X. S. G. W\, opened new headquarters near Golden Gate Park. A number of society women have pledged help to the Metropolitan Musical Society. .1. H. Jewett, a wealthy importer of silks, ar rived from Japan on the China yesterday. Joseph Brown, a printer, severely beat two Chinamen last night and then went to jail. Several good sales of city real estate have been m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 16 March 1895

8 The wheelmen are looking forward with, anxious eyes to the race-meetings at San' Jose, which will certainly bring oat great racers from c army that is now og f or the events. Records are cx i to fall hy the wayside when the flyers of the East and West meet in com petition. This afternoon the young men of the va] .. I schools of this city, Oakland and Alanjeda will have a great field-day at the Olympic grounds. Oil Sunday the Irish athli tes will hold an athletic touraa ment at ( entral Park. The Fish aij'i Game Commissioners have promis ■■! to i : :ry out the laws of the State to the letter, and already good work is done. Those who fancy coursing may look forward to some >;ood racing to-morrow at the parks. The Pacific Kennel Club will have en triea from Victoria, Seattle, Portland and I : geles for its bench show. THE WHEEL. What the Fast Riders Are Doing in San Jose— Short. Spins. A good deal of interest lias been niani . luring the week in the speed trials <,f Wilbur J. E...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 16 March 1895

BEGINS TO LOOK LIKE THE END. All the Testimony in the Strikers' Trial Has Been Introduced. KNIGHT THE CHIEF WITNESS Monteith Had to Contest Every Inch of the Hard-Fought Field. The trial of the Sacramento strikers practically came to an end yesterday All the testimony is in, and the only'things that remain to be done are the closing speeches of counsel, the Judge's char-re to the jury and then the verdict. The taking Of testimony has occupied sixty-two court days, spread oVer a term of live months, and the transcript of the case covers 5500 JUDGE MORROW LISTENING TO THE TESTIMONY OP ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY KNIGHT. [From a courtroom .*k/>tch by a ''Call" artist.] pages of typewritten foolscap. In this connection Attorney Mnnteith for the strikers remarked that it had taken thirty six days f..r the prosecution to put in the case, while the defense had only occupied twenty-six .lays. •'That is quite true, Mr. Monteith," said Judge Morrow, with a smile, "but you fail to mention t...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 16 March 1895

10 A WEEK'S REVIEW OF REAL ESTATE. confidence strengthened by Victory for the New Railway Terminus. GRADING TREAD WELL'S LAND. Some Sales Made During the Week— Building Contracts Increase. The confidence placed in Pan Francisco real estate has been strengthened this by the action of the State Legislature in practically giving the city a terminus for a competing railway. Although the influence of this act must be favorable it has not yet made itself felt. Sofaraa city real estate is concerned there.is little likelihood that improvement will be impulsive on account of the awak ening of public enterprise. It may be time -h to look for a brisk market with ny selling at good prices when the • will be actually reached. The process of building up is one of evolution —slow and almost imperceptible — and it is a matter for congratulation that the pro cess is now working toward an era of re newed prosperity. A- matters stand at present there is no reason to complain, though the turn in events...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 16 March 1895

■ -.- BIHSIKJBBS CHAKCEb. \'MI. ;;-!,,,■.,, ORSELL I BUSINJ SBOF -> say kind see BTBAND & CO., 19 stxthst, $] 500 ?^ '"' THK BIGGEST SNAPS 1 Ji,^V • , utxd on "and for ears; old-established Eooa-paving business in ladies' underwir corsot-s and notions: select «ocfcj good locatVon; low feffsarsTsag^g! sou <§250 I> , ARI ' NhU WANTED in FiRST- ,T^r* ■ class paying corner saloon; No 1 loca* fers partn'r Jo JS hp1 P! B«>d Chance tor steady man; cheap at see to-day. (; ITS. STIUX D & CO., 19 Sixth. S,")(Hl ROAD " otl^>-- IN SAN MATEO uuu ' county; good house of 8 rooms' bar S : « Bta^ le ' etc.; renT^SO, witL 01^ man £|$«? $3000 '' " PtabGbhed" business '-;{. • •••'■l seu at invoice of fgfigg* $275 BBANCH BAKERY AND XSSF&ESSSSz boBt with S well furnished r<>on1 '- atloninthe city: oa^ ' v. eil: pood place tor man and wife- -neat Thai-Sin I on account of depanore; STBAKD 1 $2.^)0 '"" AN » COAL YARD: HORSE. 1" .1— y• 1% agon; mo. STB AND, 19 6th. 750 I>O...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 16 March 1895

12 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Silver continues to rise. Mixed Bice selling freely. / Wheat steady. Barley higher. Oats, Corn and Bye unchanged. Hay in moderate receipt. Beans very stiff. Almond crops damaged by frost. Peaches, Cherries and Apricots also Injured. Mexican Dollars higher. Potatoes and unions unchanged. Batter and Cheese weak. Eggs livelier and firm. Hens weaker. Game in light receipt. Oranges, Lemons and Limes lower. Dried Fruit slow. Hams, Bacon and Lard tending up. Small sales of Wool. Hops and Hides dull. Beef and Pork firm. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. United States Dkpartment of Agbtcci/ tl'be, wkatkkb bubkau. San francisco, March 15. 6 p. 3£.— pressure is highest to night In the plateau region of Nevada, Utah and Southern Idaho and lowest in the vicinity of Van couver Island. Fair weather has prevailed in all sections west of the Rocky Mountains, except oc casional light showers in Washington and light snow-flurries in Idaho and Northern Utah. There h...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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