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

BfTsnmu CHANCES*. P** ou ' * ' -Sf«NBKBo 7ii ' JL ii :_r "'__'»♦ < £ e * r Tnircl - sell or exchange businesses, far-- cishedhouses, orchards, vineyards, San Francisco, Alamecia and Oakland property; send particulars; all applications for sales promptly attended to. PROLL &STENBKRG. 719 Market street. ft 7A A FINE STATIONERY, NOTION, CAN- '- I -'« dy store; two agencies: fixtures and Stock worth money asked: present owner 3 years- departure. PROLL A STEN BKRO. 719 Market st! A^iCi PROMINENT CORNER GROCERY, *u>Y :iJKJ ' bar, north of Market st.; established trade. Further particulars see PROLL & STERN- BERG, 719 Market st. - SPLKNIHD PAYING LAUNDRY, WITH latest improved machinery: controls . immense trade; none need apply but prenulne buyers: refer ences exch'd. PROLL& STE>*BERG, 719 Market TV" ANTED— PARTNER WITH $500; FOR ES^ '" tablished wood, coal, hay.fn-ain,bi!Siness: large trade; 2 horses, wanons: remaining partner reliable man. PRO 1.1, 4 STKNBERG. 719 Ma...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 13 June 1895

14 ANOTHER CHAPTER OF THE TALE OF HORROR Survivors of the Colima Disaster on the Colon. HOW THE WOMEN DIED. Two of Them Clung to a Bucket for a Moment and Went Down. HATCHES CLOSED BY LUMBER. Story of Gonzalez, the Messboy. Seaman Johnson, Rescued With Him, Refuses to Talk. The Pacific Mail Steamship Company's steamer Colon came into port early this morning. Among her passengers were Fred John son, one of the rescued sailors of the lost Colima, and Robert Gonzalez, the steerage messboy. When they left the Colima they were in a boat with two women, who were lost when the little vessel capsized. Johnson and Gonzaiez saved themselves by climb ing upon a raft and landed, after thirty three hours, several miles from Pueblo Krusus on the Mexican coast. On the same raft with them were J. E. Cheberg, L. Peters and Enricho Baden. They saw another raft during their stormy voyage containing a man named Pazarios and Santa Maria. Johnson refused to answer any questions concerning the loading of ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 June 1895

VOLUME LXXVIII.— NO. 14. CHILDREN PARADE AT THE WATER CARNIVAL. SANTA CRUZ, Cal., June 13.— There is this to be said for the consolation of those wbo nave not seen and will not see the Venetian Water Carnival, that they will never know what they •missed. The im agination will lend itself to the description of this sort of thing as it happens under the glamour of distance, the shadow of St. Mark's and the traditions of centuries. Bat here in California it is different. The imagination will not support either a black-and-white telling of the trutli about it with no background to build upon. And so those who stay away can never learn what is happening here in Santa Cruz this week. The thousands who have for two nights packed the long reaches of tribunes extending along the river are Coining new word? in their efforts to ex press the surprised delight the brilliant scene has given them. Venice has not been reproduced here, of course, for the marble-lined waterway.-, with the mosses of t...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 June 1895

2 NEWS OF THE COAST. Vain Pursuit of a Wild Girl in the Sierra Foothills. GUESTS OF ST. HELENA. Napa County Druids to Enter tain Delegates to the Grand Grove. HEALDSBURG MEX BUNKOED. Arrest of a Mendoclno County At torney Who Is Charged With Illegal Voting. SACRAMENTO, Cal., June 13.—Con siderable interest has been aroused here over a report from Shingle Springs that Lulu Wirt, the 19-year-old daughter of Senator Routier's housekeeper at Eoutier fetation, has been seen wandering in the hills of El Dorado Comity. Lulu Wirt is the girl who a month ago attempted suicide by shooting herself with a revolver while suffering from an attack of melancholy. She was taken to the county hospital and a few days later slipped out of the building and escaped. For several days it was supposed, as no news was received of her, that she had thrown herself into the river. A report that she was seen in the foot hills was received and her friends sent a party to find her, but their search was un availing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 June 1895

STEWART SPEAKS STRONG WORDS FOR SILVER. MEMPHIS. Tkn-n., June 13.— The pos sible disruption of the old parties of the Democratic party in the South and the Republican party in the West must have been uppermost in the niindof any thought ful observer of the past two days' proceed ings in the great silver convention which has been in session at the Auditorium. Both sides of this proposition were dis cussed to-day in impassioned speeches and strong argumentative appeals to the 1500 delegates and visitors who attended the big mass-meeting. The first warning of the approaching en counter was heard last night in the bold utterances of Congressman Joseph C. Sib ley of Pennsylvania in favor of a silver party— an aggressive campaign for the re nionetization of the white metal without regard to previous party ties. To-day all disguise was thrown off. The men who favor a silver party, with one purpose and one idea, under the leadership of Sibley, Tillnian of South Carolina, But ler of North Ca...

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

4 BREAKS UP A TRUST. The Decision of the Supreme Court of Illinois. A BROAD ISSUE SETTLED. Corporations Have Only Such Powers as Are Expressly Granted. THE PULLMAX CASE AFFECTED. It Is Believed the Separate Prop erties Will Revert to Original Owners. SPRINGFIELD, 111., June 13.— The Su preme Court of Illinois to-day filed its opinion in the case of the people versus the Distilling and Cattle Feeding Com pany. The judgment of ouster entered by the lower court is affirmed. The effect of this decision will be to break up the whisky trust. Attorney Levy Mayer, representing the reorganization committee, saya the de cision will hasten the accomplishment of the committee's object. Attorney-General Moloney in discussing the decision of the Supreme Court in the whisky trust case said : "It is plain also from the language used by the Supreme Court in this case that the Pullman Palace Car Company will meet with the same fate at the hands of the Su preme Court that the whisky trust has met with...

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

A STRONG SENTIMENT AGAINST LOTTERIES The Recommendations of the Grand Jury Discussed. DECREASE OF THE EVIL. Chief Crowley Says the Traffic Is Growing Lessin This City. PUBLIC OPINION AROTJSED. Foreman Gagan of the Grand Jury, Postmaster McCoppin and Others on the Vice. "The fact that newspapers continue to publish notices of lotteries is a crying shame," says the Grand Jury in its report, the full text of which was published in yesterday's Call. It is a long time since a Grand Jury in this City and County has taken occasion to express itself so emphat ically against one of the greatest gambling evils of the day. And this utterance of the inquisitorial body that has just con cluded its labors has served to reawaken the public conscience on the matter of lot teries and the newspaper advertising of them. With this awakening comes the hope that gome beneficial actions will result. "This jury desires to express to the people of the City the commendable course of such of the dailies as ha...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 June 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: r>ATT.T CALL— 9O per year by mail; by carrier, 15c per week. M M>AY TALI tl-V) per year. WEES IV CALL— •! JO per year. The Kastern office of the -SAN FRAXCISCO CALL (I>ailyand Weekly), Pacific Slates Adver tising liun uu, Kbinelander building, Rose and Duaue streets. Sfew York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Are you going to the country on a vacation? If 80, it is no iron We for ns to forward THE CALL to yonrfcddreM. Do not let it miss yon for yon will in!w» it. Orders given to the carrier, or left at BnaiiMM uflice. 710 Market street, will receive jrompt attention. FRIDAY JUKE 14, 1895 The lottery evil must go. Cowardice is prudence in a panic. The face is the phonograph of the heart. The hand that guides the bicycle rales the road. While we have fiestas the East has con yi •. ;ions. Lottery ticket sellers are the scalpers of i!ple. Let us rejoice in the fact that he is the Only Olney. He is indeed an odd man who neve...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 June 1895

™P AY • -JPyE 14. 1895 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. Henry Lehrke, an old pioneer of the Potrero passes away. ' The defense In the Durrant case will be to prove an alibi. I)r. Edwin Runnell and Miss Mary Randol were married in Oakland last night. The Golden C4atc Club has passed resolutions warrniy indorsing the proposed Irish conven- Bunker Hill day will be suitably celebrated So auspices of the Bunker Hill Associa- The Weather Bureau forecasts for to-day fair weather slightly warmer, probably, and sum mor winds. Joseph Cook pronounced a eulogy upon Japan :n his address at the Japanese chape. l(i>t evening. y l There is considerable delay in the process of loading the syndicate wheat at Port Costa for a foreign market. The Merchants' Association submitted speci fications for sweeping and cleaning the public Btreets of the City. The Mail-carriers' band of thirty-five pieces will furnish the music for the picnic at San Rafael on the Fourth. Tne winning horses at the Bay District yes terday ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 June 1895

8 THE BAY DISTRICT RACES Imp. Ivy Again Shows Herself to Be a Sprinter of Quality. MULBERRY WON IN A DRIVE. Realization, Well Ridden by Che valier, Downed His Field In Fast Time. Chevalier, who is doing by far the bestriding at the track, rode three winners yesterday, and was beaten but a nose on Garcia. On account of the uni ertain condition of the racing situation in the East, Johnny Coleman has received word from his partner, Hughe y Jones, that he will start for California with their string of horses inside of two weeks. Henry Wendt, who will book for George Rose in the East, leaves to-day with the other mem bers of the crew, among which is D. W. Hig gins (Rataplan), who is now in Mr. Rose's em ploy. Tod Sloane, the jockey, accompanies the party. Mr. Kose goes as far as Sacramento, where he will stop over until Sunday and then continue on East. The long spell of racing has not been without its effects on the nags that have withstood the campaign. Scarcely a day passes that some ...

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

LOADING SYNDICATE WHEAT AT PORT COSTA. POURTEEN big ships are lashed to the warehouse docks at Port Costa, and 200 sturdy men are loading the lA. Fair syndicate wheat for Liver- pool. It is a large lot— lßo,ooo ions in all — and tills the spacious ware houses to overflowing. This year's crop will begin to come in about the last week in June, and where it is to be stored is what nobody seems to know. At the at rate of moving August will tee only half of the present lot on shipboard, and wnere the harvest of the present season is to be stored is an enigma. The combine is not at all worried. The market is theirs to play with as they choose, and the farmers of California are at their meroy. Now the mercy of a trust is not tender, and the producers arc sore afraid. With plenty of ships at their com mand a'ld a thousand idle men hanging around the docks and begging for employ ment the warehouses might soon be. cleared of this enormous block of wheat that has been used by a combination to ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 June 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. • . Silver higher. ./•■Wheat stiff. : Barley and Rye dull. r Oats lower. Corn firm. Bran and Middlings strong. . Hay rules firm. • . ; : .Beans unchanged. •. Potatoes weaker. Onions firmer. Buttet and Egg* firm. Cheese unchanged. Poultry slowly declining. ; • Peaches lower. . • Apricots and Cherries firmer. . Choice Navel Oranges scarce. Provisions weak and slow. ■' ' Vegetables weak. ' : Continued increase in exports. ; ■<-'■■. ]v,rt ased shipments of specie. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. United States Department op AGRICUL TURE. WEATHKR Ri'skai', SAN FRANCISCO, June 13, 1895, P. M.—Weather conditions and general forecast. The following maximum temperatures have been reported from California stations to-day: Eureka. 54 degrees: Red Bluff. 90: Sacra mento. 80: San Francisco. 60; Fresno, 90: San j.uis Obispo, 72: Independence, SS; .Los Angeles, 72: San Diego. 66; Yuma, 102. The following are seasonal rainfalls to date as compared with those...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 June 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS. Policeman Lamping Saves George Boker From Com mitting Suicide. HAD A PISTOL TO HIS HEAD. Alameda Federated Trades Will Not Take Part In Fourth of July Exercises. Presence of mind and a disregard for lacerated fingers on the part of Policeman Lamping saved George Boker from a lea fate Wednesday evening. Boker purchased a revolver at a Washington str-ot uunstore and repaired to a saloon at street and Broadway, where he took a drinK. His queer actions aroused the suspicions of the barkeeper, who sent word to the policeman that a man in his place had a pistol, which he was handling in a manner that made him think that suicide was con templated. Lamping went into an express office ad joining, where he could look through a window into a lavatory, into which the man had gone. The latter was examining the pistol critically and trying the hammer, and while the guardian of the peace was debating with himself whether or not to arrest him for carrying a concealed weapon Bok...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 June 1895

12 NEWS FROM COAST MINES Copper Locations Made In Del Norte and Men docino. ITEMS FROM VARIOUS SECTIONS Capital Is Now Seeking Southern Oregon as a Good Field for Investment. The mines at Enterprise, Butte County, are doing very well these days. There, is some prospect of the old Morgan mine, Calaveras County .which has a record ol ?l.»."00,00L» gold produced, being soon started up again. The proprietors are reported as settling their differences by compromise. Both copper and quicksilver locations liavs recently been made on Diamond Creek, Del Norte County. A copper mine has been located by W. S. Thor.ias near the county road to Round Valley and about forty-rive miles from I'kiah. The claim will be developed at once. The Rising Sun mine near Colfax has been leased to Judge Cleary, a New York capitalist. Goldstone.out near the State line, beyond Vanderbilt. is said to be now quite a lively mining camp. Wolf A Campbell of the Fogm mine, Volcano district. Amador County, have or dered ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 June 1895

BUSINESS CHANCES. STRAND & TXJTTISEris THTRtTst cStTS" ' «-rln?J? an^«^ an Kesbutfnesrim?re > of all to ■ ecr.pt ions at short notice; 10 years-experience ™ V 0 handle •* kinds of business il£?f* • ? SO P artne procured with responsible iX firn y: We , « «to banks and leading boa® gSi^«TO&^4 l B^ffs. "* ***** T° . ? I 2 Uj A BUSINESS OF ANY KIND X quick for cash see STRAND & CO., 45 Third st. v<-.>.-A GROCERY AND BAR, WITH 2 i^"7"z furnished rooms; cheap rent; full value insight; pays well; great bargain on account of departure. See STRAND A TUTTLE, 45 Third. $500 AND y AND ICECREAM FAC- *£UW\7. tory; cheap rent: everything complete; good business; bargain. See STRAND TUT- ■ILE, 45 Third st. $225 SANDWICH WAGON; BEST STAND V3)^/^O. on Market st.; clears about $20 per week: newwasron: great bargain. For carticular<i see STRAND «fc TUTTLE, 45 Third st. tICUIUrS *ftTtnH GROCERY AND BAR; LIVING- «IpUI/U. room: rent only $20: full value- cleans $176 month. STRAND ...

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

14 LEVINGSTON ON LOLLERS A Lively Day in the Libel Suits Against Civic Federa tionists. SIDE LIGHT ON BUCKLEYISM. Spectators Applauded So Loudly That the Court Was Ordered Cleared. A "loller' 1 is a "loller." So Dr. Marc Levingston asserts, and, as he made the discovery, he really ought to know. A "Mor;. c loller," according to the same eminent authority, is a "loller" who lolls a ~>und a Morgue. He is mostly a nonde script, chiefly imbued with a morbid curi osity, whose chief occupation is killing time and making a general eyesore of him self. All this information about the "loller" came out in Judge Joachimsen's court yesterday afternoon during the progress of the hearing of the charges of criminal libel made by Dr. Levingston against Messrs. Truman, Dille, Gaden and Dexter Keel B. Terry. of the Civic Federation. But that was not all. There were side lights on "Buckley ism" that were very entertaining. Alto gether the several hundred spectators, who jammed and crushed and pound...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 15 June 1895

VOLUME LXXVIII.-NO. 15. LOYAL SUBJECTS DANCE WITH QUEEN ANITA. SANTA CRUZ, Cai~, June 14.— The event of this day was not on the water. It was a function. Tne merry and beautiful young Queen gathered ncr people about her and gave the note to music and bade them dance. To be sure the water carnival went forward afternoon and night, according to an elaborate programme, but the event happened in the pavilion— the pavilion that was built in six days. And that is another thing that sets a halo around the monumental respect that every visitor to the carnival must from this time cherish for Santa Cruz. Here, in an immense building that rose from its postholes to its weather-vane in six days, was presented to-night a fitting compli ment to that never-to-be-forgotten picture under the stars on the San Lorenzo. A ballroom that might easily represent the artistic energy of months if the fact was not known that a sandlot here spread it self away to the water a few days ago, pre sented an interio...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 15 June 1895

2 ALONG THE COAST Hanford Makes an Offer to the Valley Road Directors. GRADUATES OF FRESNO. San Joaquin County Melons Attacked by a Mysterious Disease. EEDWOOD CITY IMPROVEMENTS. Franchise Granted for an Electric Railroad From Napa to Calistoga. FRESNO, Cal., June 14.— The Chamber cf Commerce of this city has received a letter from the Valley Railroad committee at Hanford stating mat the people of that place will guarantee right of way for the new road from Wildflower, in this county, to Hanford, provided that the directors of the Valley road will agree to have it cross Kings River at a point near that place. At a meeting of the chamber to-night, the letter was indorsed and ordered forwarded to the directors. FRESNO GRADUATES. Tuienty-Five Hujh-Sehool Scholars Re ceive JHplomas. FRESNO, Cal., June 14.— A class of twenty-five pupils graduated from the Fresno High School this evening. The exercises took place at the Barton Opera house, which was filled with the parents | and friends o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 15 June 1895

SILVER MUST REIGN. The Memphis Meeting Viewed as a Popu lar Protest. REBUKE TO CLEVELAND. Accused of Placing His Party's Flag in a Dishonored Position. STRIKING CONTRAST DRAWN. The Surplus Under the Bland-Alli son Act Compared With Re cent Deficits. MEMPHIS, Texn., June 14.— At the ses sion of the silver convention last night a letter from Senator John T. Morgan of Alabama was presented, but not read on account of business before the convention. fin it the Senator says: This convention at Memphis is the natural, if not necessary, result of the peculiar meeting •recently held there under the patronage and approval of our Democratic administration, aud your meeting will be a protest against tlie platform adopted under such auspices in hos tility to the established creed of the Demo cratic party. ♦ They have app»ak j d against the judgment of the party, so often pronounced Id support of the equal rights of gold and silverat themints, and they demand that this appeal shall be •lt/urd an...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 15 June 1895

4 FORGERY HIS FORTE Albert S. Moore Con fesses His Numerous Misdeeds. CAUSED BY SPECULATION. While "Long" on Cotton He Becomes "Short" in Accounts. CIRCULATED MUCH BAD PAPER. Positive That All His Fine Pen Work Did Not Realize One Hundred Thousand Dollars. NEW YORK, N. V., June 14.— Albert S. Moore, whose forgeries were disclosed yes terday, has made a confession of his wrong doings. "I first forged three years ago," he told a reporter. "I was then a bookkeeper for Inrnan, Swarm & Co., for whom I had worked for fourteen years. I had been speculating on the market and was long on cotton. Late one even ing my broker came to me and told mo that I would have to put up margin at once. I was in deep water and my failure to keep the contract I had with him would have necessitated his failure. I nad no money, but told him I would give him the needed amount. In an unfortu nate moment I decided that I could raise the money on bad paper. I expected to realize my fortune and buy back the no...

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