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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 8 June 1895

•■- BUSINESS CHANCES. TO ■ SELL A b"uSl^EsT"<Tf'^A^y"klND X quick for cash see STRAND & CO., 45 Third st. PARTNER .WANTED IN A FIRST-CLASS x paying saloon; best location on City front; owner well-known business man and thoroughly responsible; partner preferred to hired help. See to-day, STRAND & TUTTLE, 45 Third St. £•9^o GROCERY AND BAR; PAYS WELL. <jj_ lUU. STRAND & TUTTLE, 45 Third it. Q9;^n PORK AND DELICATESSEN IOVJ. store. STRAND & TUTTLE, 45 Third. Gi97R COFFEE SALOON: CLEARS $100 A »j?_ i I O. month. STRAND— TUTTLE, 45 Third. <C C,*,A SALOON; FULL. VALUE :IN SIGHT. tJpOOU. STRAND & TUTTLK, 45 Third St. Q"l X A PARTNER WANTED IN A THRIV- <tIPi-«J\'. ing cash business; duties light and easily 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 & TUTTLE, 45 Third st. PROLL « STESBI BO 7...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 8 June 1895

14 MYSTIC SHRINE OUTING Nobles to Have Three Days of Merry-Making at Santa Cruz. THEY GO THIS AFTERNOON. Daughters of Isis Go With Them. The Venetian Carnival Colors Adopted. The Venetian Water Carnival has been well advertised throughout the State; but Santa Cruz will also be the field for an un usual celebration which will take place for the three days previous to the water car nival date, it being the occasion of the an nual outing of the Mystic Shrine, which will leave this City by special train this afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock. They will be quartered at the Sea Beach Hotel and have a programme of entertainment con sisting of a "shrine ball" Saturday night at the hotel, a drive to the Big Trees Sun VICTOR D. DUBOCE. day, a banquet in the evening, and a series of other entertainments which will be in the nature of a surprise to those partici pating. The party will consist of about 200 mem bers of Islam Temple, among whose num bers many of the leading professional and business men ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 June 1895

VOLUME LXXVIII.— NO. 9. PACIFIC COAST NEWS The Second Regiment Goes Into Camp at Vallejo. MILITIA AT PETALUMA. San Diego's Chief of Police Arrests an Alleged Em bezzler. MURDER TRIAL AT FRESNO. Rich Find of Gold In an Idaho Town. A Gas Explosion at San Rafael. VALLEJO, Cal., June B.— The companies composing the Second Regiment marched into town at 8 o'clock last evening. Thou sands of visitors greeted the militia boys as they paraded along the main thorough fare on the way to Camp Budd, which has been located in a charming spot on the outskirts of the city. The militia were fully 400 strong. It was just growing dusk, and as the uniformed men marched toward their home of the next eight days the sight was « pretty one. The manner in which the militia boys acknowledged their reception was evidence that they appreciated the generous wel come bestowed. All of the companies did not arrive on the Apache. Some came by train and immediately went into camp. The freedom of the city has been ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 June 1895

2 STOCKTON'S BOYCOTT The Flour Ring Closes Its Doors to Retail Dealers. TWO FIRMS FIGHT BACK. Determined to Give the People Cheap Bread Despite the Combine. DRIVING OUT COMPETITION. The Boycott Declared in Order to Keep the Oregon Product Out of the Market. STOCKTON, Cal., June B.— lt is a curious and interesting fact that while this city is the headquarters of the liour milling in dustry in California, it is the scene of a very lively battle for the control of the local market in that line. What is bet ter known as the "Flour Combine" has a desperate fight on hand at its own doors with the Oregon millers. Thousands of ;<acks of the powdered staple are landed here every day by the steamers of the Union Transportation Company, while, on the othei hand, large consignments leave here regularly for shipment to China and Central America. The origin of the movement to introduce Oregon flour into the very citadel of tne California flour kings is due to the spirit of retaliation alone. S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 June 1895

DEBT OE VANDERBILT, Interesting Suit Against the Estate of the Late Commodore. TWO MILLIONS WANTED. Grows Out of an Agreement With W. A. Brown in Steam boating. TRANSACTIONS OF YEABS AGO. Relatives of the Deceased Millionaire Know Nothing of the In debtedness. N%W YORK, N. V., June 8.-The World to-morrow will say: A suit for $2,000,000 aeainst the estate of Commodore Vander bilt will be begun shortly by W. A. Brown, son of a business associate of the founder of the Vanderbilt fortune. The transac tion upon which the suit is based is more, than forty years old. William A. Brown was a ship-builder, ■who after retiring with a big fortune, entered into an agreement with Commo dore Vanderbilt for a steamship line between New York and San Francisco by way of Nicaragua. No partnership is designated by the agreement, wiiicn is dated March 21, 1351, but each party is to be responsible for the expenses of his steamer. At that time Mr. Brown owned three-fourths of the steamer Pacific and the w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 June 1895

4 IN VICTORIA'S REALM Holiday Gossip From the Great English Capital. RACING AT ASCOT HEATH Small Fortunes Will Be Won and Lost by the Noblest and Richest. LESSON AS TO LOW NECKS. Nazrulla Khan, the Afghan Prince, Shocked by the Cut of Swell Ball Costumes. LONDON, Eno., June B.— Owing to the Whitsuntide holidays those who could do so flitted to the country or flew to the sea side, and the town has been comparatively deserted by those who furnish food for the gossip for the millions. But they are flit ting back to London, doubtless refreshed by their trips, and are again plunging into the whirl of metropolitan life. The rumors so persistently circulated recently of the probability of an early dissolution of Parliament are gradually dying out, as the moving spirits of both the Conservative and Liberal parties have already been made up for the racing at Ascot Heath, which will begin on Tuesday next and last until Friday, in clusive. There will be assembled Britain's noblest and richest,...

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

ON THE FOURTH OF JULY Committees Disagree as to Whether Rev. Anna Shaw Shall Speak. UNAUTHORIZED COLLECTIONS. Petty Swindlers Have Had Receipts Printed— Reward for Their Arrest. The executive committee for the Fourth Of July celebration and the literary com mittee do not agree on the proposed ad dress of Anna H. Shaw during the literary exercises of the National day. The literary committee held a meeting yesterday afternoon, at which a communi cation from the executive committee was read requesting that .Miss Shaw be placed on the programme and allowed half an hour for a patriotic speech. This the lit erary committee declined to do. In this connection Colonel Lambert made a little speech. He said: We have been in session now a month or • more, meeting about twice a week, all trying to contribute to the success of our celebration on the Fourth. All that we have done thus far has beem accomplished in the most complete harmony. At the last meeting several women were present, not member...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 June 1895

6 ONE LONG, LONG NIGHT ON A RAFT AT SEA What One Man Felt and Thought After the Colima Sank. FACED DEATH FOR HOURS The Mental and Physical Ex periences of Charles H. Cushing Jr. DRAWN DOWN WITH THE SHIP. A Welcome Sunrise After a Night of Suspense on the Cabin Rcof In Mid-Ocean. "I went down and down through the rushing, surging waters till I thought I would surely find a resting place on the lloor of the ocean. I could hold my breath no longer, and the salt water began rush ing into my lungs. I was tired and would have liked to reach the bottom so that I could lie down and rest. I had struggled so hard to rise. But aiways the swirling debris of the wreck held me down, and the maelstrom of the sinking hull drew me down with it. I knew I should never see the earth again. I was as certain of that as I am now of sitting in this room and telling you all this. I knew I was going to die, and it occurred to me to try to calcu late how many centuries my bones might lie at the botiom of the ...

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

She r &&H SUNDAY JCXE 3. 1895 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF Condensed City news on seventh page of the Call Wheat was rising and barley firm in the local market yesterday. Brief City items are to be found on thi» page of the Call every day. Several criminals were sentenced yesterday by Judges Bahr.s and Belcher. Local items, Vripht and brief, can be found on this page of the Call every morning. A local Japanese society for raising fuudc for ambulance '.york disbanded last night. The will of John F. Taylor, the captain of the ill-fated Colima, has been filed for probate. A committee has been formed to organize a new wuist <>lub. which will taboo money points. It is rumored that the Kennedy mine will soon be sold to French capitalists "for $2,000, --000. The California State Floral Society will give an exhibition of sweet peas at its meeting next Friday. The flying of homing pigeons will furnish 6port for one morning during the Santa Cruz carnival. Kugene Colman, accused of the mur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 June 1895

8 THE BAY DISTRICT RACES Walcott Won a Handicap and Proved Himself a Rare Good One. CLANCY FIRST ON THE LARK. Garcia, an Even-Money Favorite, Forced Out of a Fast Mile by a Longr Shot. Tod Sloanc, who is not looking in the best of health, will shortly take a trip to Xew York. Charley Quinn had his sledgehammer out yesterday and helped pound the odds against Walcott down. Mr. Macdonocgh had a good bet down on Imp. Santa Bella, whom he considers a very likely young miss. Jim Neal had a short deck of pasteboards on his gelding, Perhaps, at 8 to 1. The little brown fellow did not l«>ok at his best and ran disappointingly. When De La Guerra. "blew up," after turn ing into the stretch in the first race, many thought a second explosion had occurred at the Berkeley powder-works. Football tactics, when applied to racing, Eometimes prove expensive. By trying the 'flying wedue" with Tom Clarke in the fourth race Chevalier's bank account was depleted to the exient of $50 by the judges. Start...

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

MANY PUPILS GRADUATE Commencement Exercises at the Spring Valley Gram mar School. THE SAINT EOSE ACADEMY. A Lone List of Youthful Honorarles at the Golden Gate Primary School. At the Spring Valley Grammar School yesterday afternoon over 200 friends and parents assembled to witness the gradu ating exercises. The classrooms were deco rated with a number of excellent drawings by the pupils, and also with flags of differ ent nations, the stars and stripes occupy ing the place of honor. A noteworthy feature of the entertain ment was the fact that only those boys and girls who had stood highest in schol arship and deportment during the year were allowed to participate in it. The names of the graduates in their order were as follows, the first ten being honoraries: Honoraries— Alma C. de Brettoville, Annie J. Bennett, Elizabeth J. Tanner, oeorge A. Smith -800, May Kaulinson, George H. Schmidt, Reginald H. Keiley, May M. Faull, Walter t. Groth, Kobeiit B. McDonald. Thomas Harris, Grace Knig...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 June 1895

10 COLD MINES OF ALASKA They Are Unusually Rich Along the Shores of Cooks Inlet. HARDSHIPS MINERS UNDERGO. Death Is the Fate of Many— Fortunes Burled in the Wild Northern Wastes. "The real Alaskan gold rush has not broken out yet," said J. M. Rushton yes terday, in speaking of mining interests in the bleak northern, wastes, where the yellow metal is said to lie so deep and so rich in the pocket and far down beneath the frozen crust of the earth. Mr. Rushton has but recently returned from the upper most point of Cooks Inlet, where he has for years been interested in mining. "It is coming, though," he added, re ferring to the rush, "and that very shortly, too, mark my words. There have been spasmodic movements northward by par ties of miners, but they have not amounted to much owing to the ignorance of the country and climate of those who went, and their underestimate of the require ments necessary to successfully carry on their work. Then, again, the majority went to the Yukon distri...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 June 1895

DR. KRAUSKOPF TO COME The Eminent Hebrew Divine Will Visit This City Shortly. HIS LABORS IN THE EAST. The Rabbi's Practical Ideas for a Solution of the Russo-Jewlsh Problem. Rabbi Joseph Krauskopf of Philadelphia, one of the noted American Hebraists, will arrive in this City about the 20th inst. The reverend gentleman will deliver his first aidress at the Temple Emanu-El on the evening of Friday, 21st of June. Dr. Krauskopf, who is a graduate of the Hebrew Union College of Cincinnati, has, by his aggressive and progressive ideas, together with his uncommon energy and rare persuasive powers, advanced himself in a very few years to the front rank among the preachers of the land. He has not confined himself to- pulpit work, but in the belief that the church and the synagogue s-hould not restrict their influence to their own membership, has reached out and has so broadened his work as to make it of the highest influence to the greatest number. He is the founder of the Philadelphia Per s...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 June 1895

12 SAN FRANCISCO "CALL." ' BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco Calj>- .7lo Market street, open until 12 o'clock every nlpht In the year. BRANCH OFFICES— S3O Montgomery street, ' corner Clay open until 9:30 o'clock. 839 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock. 717 Larkin street, open until 9:30 o'clock. 6\V. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets, open until 9 o'clock. 2618 Mission street, open until 9 o'clock. ' 116 Ninth street, open nn'il 9:30 o'clock. CHURCH NOTICES. ■►-§= ST. JO H X" 1 S~ P RWB YTE X fAX \S~& Church, cor. California and Octavia sts.— Rev. D. Hanson Irwin, pastor, will preach »*t 11 A. m. and 7:45 r. M. Sabbath-school, 9:45 a. m. Young People's Society of Christian • Endeavor, 6:45 P. M. Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening at 7:45 o'clock. Everyiiody made cordially welcome. s/^ap» CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, EEjS»^ corner Geary and Powell streets— Rev. John Hemphill. D.D., pastor. Rev. William Martin, M.A., will peach at 11 a. m. and 7:45 P. m. Sab- bath-schoo...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 June 1895

CITY REAL. ESTATE^ p H. UMBBBH- ft CO., "" " REAL ESTATE AGENTS, RENT COLLECTORS AND AUCTIONEERS, Office and Salesroom, 14 Montgomery st., near Market, Son Francisco. Call and obtain one of our "Real Estate Records," which contains a list of properties for sale in all parts of the city. IMPROVED PROPERTY. fife 7 Or; A PAYS 9 PER CENT NET; S SUB- <J> 4 mmt)\t, stantial flats of 6, 5 and 5 rooms and bath each; bay windows : brick foundation, etc.; good location;* on sunny line of prominent street ; always rented; lot 25x98; object of selling, force of circumstances. <""!! "=» AAA ELEGANT HOME ON PACIFIC <3>±«J.UUU. Heights; location At: contains X'£ rooms, baths, etc.; lot 26:6x127 owner very anxious to sell; investigate this. Q9AAA CORTLAND AYE., NEAR MlS- <£;.— \J\J\J . sion st. ; new bay-window cottage of 5 rooms and bath, brick foundation, etc.; easy terms, small amount.rash same as rent ; lot 25x90. QOf»AA LANGTON ST.. NEAR HOWARD: <?tIUUV», 2 flats of 5 and ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 June 1895

14 HOUSES TO LET. OQOACALIFOKNIA:7 BOOMS, BATH. S4O 00 -t)iU 'M Glasgow, near Ellis: 5 r00m5.... 30 00 90s Guerrero; 8 rooms, bath; line view 40 00 726 Shot well; 9 "rooms, bath..... 30 00 136 Fifteenth: 6 rooms, bath 20 00 2726 Mission; 9 rooms, bath 27 50 23 Bar: let t: furnished 8 rooms, bath 45 00 W. H. CRIM A CO., 118 Montgomery st. U OK MINNA. BET. FIFTH AND SIXTH-5 _OO rooms and every modern convenience. S" UNNY 2 -STORY HOUSE, 6 ROOMS, IN good repair. 323% Minna st. UNNY REAR HOUSE: 6 ROOMS, BATH, gas: $22. 524% Turk st. A LARGE SUNNY ROOMS, $9 TO SMALL •_ family. Apply 1128 Harrison St., bakery. I j i (USE OF 6 SUNNY ROOMS: LARGE YARD XX and basement. Apply 17 Rausch st. "Xl 1 O CAITIFORNIA —8~ ROOMS; BATH; ZtOXf.l conservatory: hot-air heaters; fine order. OR. TWENTY-SIXTH AND GUERRERO— House 7 rooms: bath: basement. BOOMS. BATH AND LAUNDRY; RENT 537 50; in first-class condition; half block from Howard and Mission sts.: fast car lines. | DEMP- STER, 36 Glen Park aye., off ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 June 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS Th© Collins Jury Disagrees After Being Locked Up All Night. EIGHT WERE FOR ACdTTITTAL. Marriage of Lieutenant Cobbledlck of the Fifth Regiment— A Railway Franchise. The jury in the case of Michael Collins, the aged man who shot and killed Philip Boogar, his son-in-law, disagreed yester day morning after being out all night. The case was given to the jury at 6 o'clock on Friday evening and at 12 o'clock they reported that they were unable to agree. Judge Frick placed them in the charge of Sheriff White and they spent the night in the courtroom. From the first they stood eight for acquittal and four for conviction, and their long deliberations made no change in the vote. At 9 o'clock yesterday morning they were still at variance and were sent back for further deliberation. At 1 o'clock they had not arrived at a verdict and were dis charged by the court. The trial of Collins caused much interest in Oakland. Both Boogar and his slayer were over 70 years of age. Colli...

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

16 EMMET SHOOTS HIS WIFE The Actor Attempts Murder While Excited by Strong Drink. A BABY AVERTS A TRAGEDY. Jealousy and Other Troubles the Cause of the Husband's Passion. J. K. Emmet, the actor, made an at tempt last night to shoot his wife, who is known on the stage as Emily Lytton. The shooting took place a short distance from tlieir residence, at the corner of Washington and Leavenworth streets. Emmet had been indulging in strong drink, and after bis wife returned home a quarrel ensued. They were playing music together, when suddenly the harmonious J. K. Emmet Jr. [From a photograph.] Bounds ceased and Mrs. Emmet dashed out of the front door. Her husband followed through the par lor window, and, catching her near the street corner, tired one shot, which took effect in her temple without causing a really dangerous wound. He attempted to shoot again, when Baby Sinnott, who plays with the Eru metts, interfered. The little one took Emmet completely by surprise, and after throwing the...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 June 1895

TREASURES OF WINDSOR CASTLE CURIOUS AND BEAUTIFUL WORKS OF ART, LONDON, May 20, 1895.— There is no greater treasure-house of all that is good and beautiful in art manufacture than Windsor Castle. Whether we consider the pictures, the furniture, the plate, bronzes, china or the marvelous collection of objets dart, with which its rooms are literally crowded, we can come to but one conclu sion. There is nothing of an inferior char acter. On entering the royal residence by the grand entrance and staircase, so splen didly decorated by the jubilee presents and the trophies of old arms and armor, we find facing the full-length marble statue of George IV, by Chantrey, a curious and beautiful Burmese dragon gun. This was taken with others from King Thebaw's palace at Mandalay. It is mounted on a carriage of English workmanship made at Woolwich, for another gun which was taken from Burmese pirates. As will be noticed, the name "Dragon" is bestowed on the gun from its pattern, the muzzle being...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 June 1895

18 PORT FRAYNE CHAPTER XVIII. "I have bad no orders on no account to attack," said lie, ''and I haven't time to read all the rot they've wired to Fenton. Watch for the next shots ahead, there," he cried to the foremost troopers, "and sock it to them." Then it was beautiful to see how even the horses seemed to rouse from their stupor and apathy and something almost like a cheer burst from the lips of the younger men. Old hands took a "swig" of water from their canteens and a bite at the comforting plug. Out from the sockets come the brown carbines, and a fresh platoon was ordered up to relieve the ad vance and Lieutenant llandolph took Mar tin's place at the front. Every little while through the darkness ahead had come a flash and report from the invisible foe. and, as these had been suffered un avenged, it was soon observed that the lurking warriors grew bolder, and that with every shot the distance seemed to decrease. For half an hour past they A MOELEKT MO&B c|F HARROWING SUSP...

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