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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 June 1895

TRADE DEMORALIZED Vicious Competition in Korea by Merchants of Japan. NO AMERICAN BANKERS. Commerce of the United States Falling Behind in the Orient. FORMOSA'S CHAOTIC CONDITION. During a Conflagration Ninety Chinese Are Killed by a Magazine Explosion. WASHINGTON, D. C., June 6.— Co nsul-General Gernigan at Shanghai has sent to the State Department his obser vations on the commerce between Japan and China and Korea, which he says will present new phases as a result of the termination of hostilities. He says the competition among Japanese merchants for Korean trade is vicious and haa demor alized trade. Mr. Gernigan calls attention to the fact that there is not in China or Japan a bank ing institution conducted by American capital. Great Britain, France and Ger many have banks in China and Japan, he says, and the meachants of these coun tries are supported by the banking in stitutions of their own countries, and they have been dividing the profits of Asiatic commerce. American merch...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 June 1895

10 CALL PRINTERS' OUTING Three Hundred People Spend a Pleasant Day at Camp Taylor. JOY AND HOSPITALITY REIGN. Lunch Tables Setln Midair— Dancing and Strolling: Some of the Features. When "time" was called at 9 o'clock yes terday morning at the San Rafael ferry landing about 300 ladies and gentlemen, comprising the members of the Call'b chapel of printers, their families and their friends, passed through the ferry gates to the boat en route to Camp Taylor, the place selected for holding their fifth annual outing. Eight cars were required to con vey the picnickers to their destination. The weather was warm, but this in no wise detracted from the enjoyment of the occa sion. The participants were largely composed of the familes of the printers, and each SCENES AT THE OUTINQ OF THE "CALL" CHAPEL AT CAMP TAYLOB, [Sketched by a "Call" artist.] good and generous wife had provided a basket of lunch sufficient for three families the size of her own. Ample provision for lighter refreshments ha...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 June 1895

THEIR FIRST GRADUATION. Crowds Leave Grammar Schools for Work or the High Schools. SONGS, SPEECHES AND PRIZES. One Bright Potrero Boy Won an , Apprenticeship In the Union Iron Works. Eight of the public schools of the City cho»e Thursday of the closing week of the term fcr the day of their graduating ex ercises. Of the eight, the exercises of the Potrero school, of which Richard D. Faulkner is the energetic and progressive principal, had a special ana significant character to add to the interest which always attaches to the closing days of another educational year and the further educational progress that is then emphasized. At the Potrero school, which is in the tenter of a purely industrial community, the prize of an apprenticeship in the me chanical engineering department of the Union Iron Works was won and awarded amid the features of an entertaining pro gramme, among which were several speeches by school directors and educa tors. At the present time the Potrero School marks the...

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. — 7 June 1895

12 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SU3IMARY OF THE MARKETS. Sliver a fraction firmer. Wheat futures advanced. Barley weaker. Oats. Corn and Rye dull. Middlings marked up. Old Hay steady. Beans neglected. Potatoes and Onions steady. Medium Butter well cleaned up. Slight advance in Eggs. Cheese still weak. Poultry unchanged. Canners after Cherries. Peaches and Apricots easy. Oranges and Lemons very weak. String Beans lower. Hi!''s booming. Stocks of Grain published. MtATHEB BVBEAO REPOKT. United States Department of Aoßicnir tube. Wkatheb Bureau, Sax FBANCI9CO. June 6, 1895, 6 p. m.— Weather conditions and general forecast. The following maximum temperatures have been reported from • California stations to-day: Eureka, 63 degrees: Red Bluff. 90; Sacra mento. 92: San Francisco. 77; Fresno, 100: San .Mils Oblspo, 80: Los Angeles, 75; San Diego, 63; Independence 90; Yuma. 104. The pressure continues abnormally high on the Washington coast and lowest in Southern Cali fornia and Arizona. This conditi...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 June 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS Ex-Senator L. W. Buck Buried I in Mountain View Ceme tery Yesterday. i • ■ • SERVICES AT HIS LATE HOME. | i Michael Collins Relates How and j Why He Killed Philip Boogar. \ ■' The remains of ex-Senator L. W. Buck were buried at Mountain View Cemetery yesterday in the presence of a large con- j course of friends. The services were held ! at the late residence of the deceased, 929 j Adeline street, Rev. Benjamin Akerly and I Rev. Mr. Mynard, pastor emeritus St. j John's Episcopal Church, officiating. Vaca- ; ville Lodge No. 134, F. and F. M., and Naval ! Commandery No. 119, Knights Templar of ! Yallejo, of which Mr. Buck was a member, ; ■were represented by prominent officials in the organizations. Many floral pieces were sent by sorrow ing friends and relative?, one of the hand somest being a floral gate over which was perched a white dove. Several pillows j marked "Rest, 1 were among the offerings. "Lead, Kindly Lieht," was sung by a | male quartet and "Come Ye D...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 June 1895

14 NEWS FROM COAST MINES. Incorporations and Reorgani zations Reported From Various Points. MINERAL VALUE OF VEINS. An Official Decision Rendered by the Secretary of the Interior on the Subject. At the Jackson and Lakeview mine, near Lundy, Mono County, which produced about $53,000 last year in gold, there is a prcfitable percentage of sulphurets in the ore. These have been saved on Frue con centrators, and a Buckner furnace and chlorination plant have been erected to re duce them at the mine instead of ship- ping. The Princess Mining Company has been incorporated at Oroville, iiutte County, with the following directors: Henry J. Milburn, Detroit, Mich.; George H.Thom as, Detroit, Mich.; John Gale, Oroville, Cal.; Frank 0. Goodwin, San Francisco; Ed Harkness, Oroville, Cal. The Humboldt Mining Company has been reorganized at Eureka to engage in placer mining in Northeastern Trinity County, an extensive district at present little worked. Two more companies will be organized for the s...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 June 1895

BUSINKSB CHANCES. "DROLL 'a STENBERO 719 MARKET JL 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. ■ * PROLL & STEN BKRO. 719 Market street. ANTED— PARTNER WITH $500: FOR ES- ' » tablished wood, coal, hay, grain business; large trade; 2 horses, wacons: remaining partner reliable man. PROLL ft gTENBERO. 7 1 9 Market st. <, C'OQfin Kit BO A NTLY FITTED-UP CON- »(J).<iOUU. fectlonery, icecream parlors; 'expeh- • Rive 6Oda- fountain; controls immense trade: heart business center, Southern California: sacrifice ac- count departure; full Investigation. Further par- ticulars PROLL & STENBERG, 719 Market st. ', C? A gfi WELL - ESTABLISHED CORNER <J5_OU. butcher business: splendid location; big outside trade; horse: wagon; must sell, ac- count departure. PROLL <fe STENBERG, 719 Market st. - uStseli.onaccountofdeparture— Bu-paym...

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

ARGUMENT FOR STANFORD'S MILLIONS Judge Garber Concludes in Support of the Demurrer. MANY LAWYERS PRESENT He Contends That the Lia bility of a Stockholder Is Limited. THE GOVERNMENT'S THEORY. Judge McKlsick Enters Upon the Presentation of His Views on the Matter. Judge Garber concluded his opening argument in support of the demurrer of the Stanford estate against the Govern ment's bill of complaint yesterday morn ing and Judge L. D. McKisick proceeded with Ins presentation of the complainants' eide of the case. The Circuit Court room was well filled during the day, most of the listeners being well - known attorneys, drawn there by a desire to hear the argu ments of eminent counsel on such a weighty matter. There was not as much eloquence as on the opening day, Judge Garber concluding his argument and Judge McKisick open ing with an assortment of hard dry state ment, utterly unpalatable to the few lay men present and not particularly refresh ing to the assembled bar. Dusty volumes con...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 8 June 1895

VOLUME LXXVIII.-NO. 8. ALONG THE COAST Stockton Moves to Se cure the Corral Hol low Road. A BATTLE OF BALLOTS. Bitter Fight at Benicia Over the School Trustee Election. PASADENA'S CUTTING AFFRAY. A Lodl Woman Horsewhips a Man Said to Have Assailed Her Character. STOCKTON, Cal., June 7.— Ex-Mayor Pond of San Francisco, John W. Coleman, John Treadwell and Engineer Newhouse of the proposed railroad to Corral Hollow spent the day in Stockton, driving over the city to ascertain just what route would be the best by which to enter Stockton. They decided to come to this city if they could pet the rights ol way and terminal facili ties on Stockton Channel. This will not be easy to obtain, as the land on this por tion of the water front is very valuable and the people of this city have done all they car. in raiding the cash and stock sub scriptions for the Valley road. The proposed route will be from Corral Hollow to a point near Banta, where it will cross the tracks of the Southern Pacific C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 8 June 1895

2 SCALPS BY THE TON. California Nimrods and Their Crop of Wary Coyotes. EVER ON THE INCREASE. Thousands Were Slain, but the Bounty List Maintained a Healthy Growth. MIGHTY MEN OF THE GUN. One Family Credited With the Death of 1200 Animals in a Single Quarter. SACRAMENTO, Cal., June 7.— A cas ual examination of the large accurmilation of coyote claims that have been filed with the State Board of Examiners during the ]>ast two years develops the fact that within the limits of Kern County reside many mighty men of the gun who have suc ceeded in acquiring recoids that would cause Nimxod to blush for envy at their prowess in outwitting the nocturnal dis turber of the shecpfold. Foremost in the list of successful hunt er? appears the name of McCutchen, pre fixed hy the initials E. W., G. W., R. L., W. E. and J. B. Their or his claims ag gregate 1200 scalps, and are distributed among several counties, as follows: Kern 636, Tulare 35, Kings 363, Fresno 105 and Monterey 61. As an individu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 8 June 1895

ENTERS THE CABINET. Judson Harmon Selected to Succeed Mr. Olney, WHO BECOMES PREMIER. The Record of the Choice of President Cleveland for Attorney-General. IS KNOWN AS A "MUGWUMP." In Ohio He Is Regarded as an Inde pendent Democrat and a Reformer. WASHINGTON. D. C, June 7.—Presi dent Cleveland this afternoon announced the following Cabinet appointments: Secretary of State Richard L. Olney of Massachusetts. Attorney-General, Judson Harmon of Cincinnati, Ohio. It was 5 o'clock when the President's nominations became known. Olney's pro motion occasioned no surprise, but every body asked, "Who is Harmon?" • Not many people seemed to have heard of such an individual. The Cincinnatians and Ohioans were consequently in great de mand to-night by curious people wanting to know something about the new At torney-General. It appears that Harmon is a Democrat of the mugwump species. He was a Republican before ana during the war, but in 1872 he flopped and sup ported Greeley, following Murat Hals...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 8 June 1895

4 AFTERMATH OF THE COLIMA WRECK. ONLY EMPLOYES OF THE PACIFIC MAIL COMPANY TESTIFY TO THE CAUSES OF THE DISASTER. THE FEDERAL INQUIRY. Southern Pacific Attorneys Assist the United States Inspectors. MR. BREWER THREATENS SUIT. Witnesses Very Positive That the Colima Was Not Topheavy or Badly Loaded. What may be called the aftermath of the Colima disaster began in this City yester day. There was an official investigation commenced into the causes of the wreck, a statement made by Mr. Rowan, one of the Eurvivors, a solemn reticence maintained by Manager Schwerin and Captain Pitta and a big damage suit against the Pacific Mail Company threatened by L. R. Bxewer, the wealthy coffe e-planter whose wife and children perished in the wreck. There was also a careful comparison made between the list of those rescued and the list of the passengers and crew— 2l4 in all — known to have been aboard the Colima when she sailed away from Mazatlan. Out of this total only thirty-six are known to have b...

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

making remarks about machinery being out of order? No, sir. At request of McAllister the followine questions were put: Did you see one of the boats blown out of the water with seven men in it? Yes, sir. It was one of the largest boats in the ship and it was blown clear out into the air. Bid you use any drag to bring the ship up? No, Mr. What clothes had you on when you got off the ship? A pair of pants and drawers, two shirts, vest and a pair of shoes aud socks. Did It blow so hard to tear your clothes off? No; but the driftwood passing caught our clothes and tore them off. Describe the second squall. Shortly after the ship sank, about five min utes, we* had nice weather for half or three quarters of an hour. Then a heavy squall set in that was heavier than when the Collma Bank. It. would take heavy pieces of wreck and scantling and carry them up in the air. It would pick up the piece we were on and turn It over as easily as a feather. Had that lumber stowed on the top of the deck a...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 8 June 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, ■ Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— per year by mall; b7 carrier, 15c per week. SUNDAY CALL— U.SO per year. WEEKLY CALL— *I.SO per year. The Eastern office of the SAN FRANCISCO CALL (Dally and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising: Bureau, Kbinelander building, Kooe and puane streets, New York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Are yon going to the country on a vacation ? If bo, It is no trouble lor ns to forward THE CALL, to your address. Do not let it alias you for yon will miss it. Orders given to the carrier, or left at Tiusicess Office, 710 Market street, will receive prompt attention. SATURDAY.....'. JUNE 8, 1895 The Whitney boom was only a fleeting chow. Next week Santa Cruz will have the floor. Money is the most successful flying ma chine in the world. The best way to get on with the hot spell is \o take a day off. Civilization is very largely a matter of Btreet improvement. The man who has a crick in hia neck ought never to feel dry. Old saws, ...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 8 June 1895

SATURDAY JUKE 8, 1895 CITY ITEMS IN BRIEF. The Native Sons decided to parade on the Fourth of July. The closing exercises of St. Joseph's Girls' School were held yesterday. Lee Fun was nrrested in Chinatown yester day for peddling unstamped cigars. John L. Parrott returned the subscriptions to the Scheel guarantee fund Thursday. A Missionary Extension Summer School will soon be opened at Cazadero, Sonoma County. A floral entertainment was given by Profes sor O'Brien at St. Andrew's Hall last evening. There were two meetings of the Christian conventional the Howard Presbyterian Church yesterday. TUe winners at the Bay District track yester day were Tillie P. Veragua, Hymn, Sport Mc- Allister and Morven. The Manufacturers' Associfttion is receiving more letters assuring them of the support of the State institutions. .Weather forecast for to-day in San Fran- Cisco: Fair, but fopgy at night; continued cold and high westerly winds. Judge Wallace yesterday refused to admit J-ouis Sternber...

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

8 SPORT The captains of wheeling clubs have hit upon a very successful way of getting a good crowd of members to join in Sunday road runs to the country. All that is neces sary to induce a full attendance is for the captain to shout on the evening before starting at a club-meeting, "Fresh mown hay, fresh buttermilk, fresh eggs, fresh air and the society of ladies — well, who will join the run to-morrow?" and all Ehout, "Everybody." The gun and rifle clubs are having lots of sport at the traps and ranges. Coursing is in full blast. Bow ing has received a great impetus. The anglers are looking anxiously forward to the opening of the lakes. The yachtsmen are having splendid weather for sailing and the tennis-players are showing some signs of life. THE WHEELMEN. C. S. Wells to Try for the World's Five-Mile Road Record. Club Kvents To-Morrow. Acme Club Wheelmen— Run to Novato. Alameda Cyclers— Ruu to Mill Valley. Alpha Cycling Club— Run to Cliff House to day, to Presidio to-morrow. Bay C...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 8 June 1895

the shot, throwing the sixteen-pound ham mer, running and standing broad jumps, running high lump, pole vault, one-mile bicycie-races, class A, class B. and one race for novices. Stockton has some good men to enter in the sprints, and one crack jumper— Matt Rinckel— who can clear 10 feet 6 inches in the standing broad jump. The clubhouse of the Stockton Athletic Association is now completed and will be inspected Sunday morning by a committee from the board of directors. Apparatus has been ordered from the East and will be here within the next month. The club proposes to engage one of the best instruc tors in the country, and before another year will be heard from in track as well as indoor athletics. John Craig. CYCLING FOR LADIES. A San Jose Girl Who Rides a Cen tury in Eight Hours. PAN JOSE, Cat.., June 7.— While out for j a spin one moonlight evening, in passing i lads and lassies awheel, I noticed that ! three out of ten girls, albeit they were ! good riders, had the handle-bars...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 8 June 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Silver firmer. Wheat Futures higher. Barley Futures firmer. Oats and Corn dull and weak. Rolled Barley lower. More call for Beans. Hay unchanged. Chinese Rice easier. Hides and Leather very stiff. Meat market unchanged. Hops neglected. Wool quiet. Provisions continue dull. Potatoes weaker. Onions higher. Butter getting steadier. Fggs brisk and advancing. Cheese plentiful and weak. A car of Eastern Poultry in. Cherries. Peaches and Apricots weaker. Fresh Mexican Limes arrived, strawberry combination formed. Pried Fruits stagnant. New Comb Honey arrived. I.arge imports of Sugar. Heavy exports of Flour. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. United Statics Department op Agkicult ' TDBK. WKATHER BI'HKAr, • SAN FRANCISCO, June 7, 1895, 8 p. M.— Weather conditions and general forecast. An area of high pressure is moving southeast ward into Montana and British -Columbia, from which section the pressure diminishes rapidly to a trough-like depression, extendin...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 8 June 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS Practical Jokers Who Were Warmly Received by the Victim. PLANNED A PSEUDO ROBBERY. Scavengers Threaten to Strike Unless Provided With a Dumping-Ground. "William Brockhurst, Al Balyer, Roscoe Perry, Ed Howard a id Clyde Bishop out of revenge for previonsly played jokes determined to give D. J. Clark, who con ducts the cigar-stand at Eleventh street and Broadway, a scare and intimated as much ! to Policeman Brown. Their plan was to waylay him in his own house and obtain whatever valuables he might have, after ward returning them in some mysterious way after enjoying a good hugh at his expense. Brockhurst was detailed to tamper with Clark's weapon and see that no damage came from that direction. He removed the ball cartridges and substituted blanks. They repaired to Clark's house, and after gaining entrance fixed themselves up with masks and other paraphernalia, including ropes to bind their victim. When Clark entered his house he found a revolver in the hands of a ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 8 June 1895

12 BRAVES ON THE WARPATH Exciting Times at the Friday Powwow of the Iroquois. FILCHER CAUSES AN UPROAR. He Thinks the Party Is Wandering After Strange Gods and Quotes General Grant. The Iroo^uois were on the warpath last night. Tomahawks were brandished threateningly aloft, whoops of defiance filled the summery air and the big dia mond on Warrior Tom Fay's broad breast fairly sparkled with excitement. What promised to be the happiest kind of a powwow and potlatch, with no crow and plenty of dog, was unexpectedly inter rupted by Warriors Adelmann and Spell ing, and the red hot time that followed was not surprising. Max Popper got into it and Attorney Ferral and Warrior Kildea, with the little bunch of whiskers on his chin, and ex-Senator Filcher was up to his neck in it. It was great fun for the war correspond ents and the few rank outsiders, but it was rough on the harmony of the tribe, on the unity of the Democratic party, and particularly unpleasant to the political ribs of one G....

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