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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 June 1895

TUUKSDAY... JU.N*K 20, 1895 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. The old ship Germania ."s on the drydoek. The sloop Trisl will make a trip to the Far allon islands to-day in quest of eggs. Girders weighing fourteen tons were placed in the Native Sons building yesterday. lutu - c(1 Marshal Baldwin has instructed his deputies to stringently enforce the anti-lottery law. State Senator Wilson was married in Lake- BidwelL 5 days ago to Mrs. Jane Dodge of Fort A. J. \yhiteman, charged with forging a num £°jUterday. WaS ° U " ial b - tor^'^^Wal- South Side Improvement Club, that Two sailors narrowly escaped from being asphyxiate*] by charcoal fumes on the steamer Santa Boss yesterday morning. k/vTi/'/'"?' 1 "* h< ? rses were winners at the S & yestcrd sy:5 y: Bobolink, Rose Clark, Banjo, Del >,orte and Esperance. i,t marked revival In real estate values is be tr f>.^K r .m\, en ?x in the Mission and in the dis tricts Mnnh 01 Market street generally. The suit of Milton Davis to be divorced fro...

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. — 20 June 1895

8 WITNESS WEST RECANTS. Admits He Was Mistaken as to the Identity of Durrant. SPRINGS ANOTHER SENSATION. Says King and Miss Williams Were on the Same Car With the Accused. One of the witnesses for the prosecution in the celebrated lilanchc Lament murder case, Conductor J. P. West, has recanted his testimony as given in the preliminary examination, and now makes a statement that is more sensational than anything that has developed in what are kno \ i as the Durrant murder cases. If this state ment can be corroborated it will show, at least, that George 11. King, the youthful organist of the Emmanuel .Baptist Church, knows more about the movements of uur rant on that tragic Wednesday afternoon of April 3 than he has heretofore admitted. When West gave his testimony before Police Judge Conlan on May 2 in the pre liminary examination of Durrant on the charge of having murdered Blanche La- Mont, he stated that he saw Durrant and Him Lunont board his cat at Powell and Clay streets at Z v....

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. — 20 June 1895

COLIMA'S DECK LUMBER. Manager R. A. Schwerin Tells How He Inspected It. WAS THE SHIP TOPHEAVY? Conversation With Captain Taylor Before the Ship Left Here. R. A. Schwerin, vice-president and gen era! manager of the Pacific Mail Steam si. i}> Company, was the only witness before the Colima court of inquiry yesterday. He t< -:.i;-jd: Question— Did you have any conversation With any one before the steamer sailed wi'.h re gard to the Colima being cranky? Answer- No. Have you any idea how many people were I on the Colima when she left Mauzanillo?. A.— j 2*o;, but ] can furnish you with that informa tion from the records of the company. Q.— Will you plecse no that? A.— will. I would like to make a statement in regard to the lir.<t question. I saw, in the Morning Call newspaper, a conversation reported to be one I had with Captain Taylor of the Colima to the effect that he had objected to taking the ship out on the ground that she was topheavy and that 1 was quoted as savin;; unles...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 June 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Silver firmer. Wheat fro:~!its steady. ' Shipping wheat dull. Good export ('"-m:-.!)'! for flour. Nay failures numbered 79. Barley t;iiift:. Oa;s in oversitpp'y. Yellow corn steady: whits dull. Rye rather firmer. Hay market in fair r.bnye. White bonus firm; colored da.l. Feedstuff unchanged. Potatoes weaker. Onions Ktefcdy. Butter firm. Cheese steady. Eggs weak and dull. Poultry market depressed. Vegetables in ample supply. Peaches ddvtiiced considerably. Peach crop thought to bo shorter. Berries unchanged. Orange season most over. Buyers bid tc for now crop praxes. Nr.tsand raisins 1 Tied. Honey crop shorter limn expected. Hides and ieathcr rather quieter. ■ Wool active and firm. Provisions very quiet. Meat market well supplied. No demand for hops. Grain bacs unchanged. Coffee qniot and steady . New Pacilic codfish quoted. Coal easy. v WEATHER BUREAU REPORT TTxiTEn States Dfs'artuext of Acminni/- TUBE. WKATHKK JBtJBKAtT, SAN FRANCISCO...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 June 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS Trouble Begins In the Ladies' Co-operative Aid So ciety. PRINCIPAL OFFICERS RESIGN Dr. E. H. V/oolsey Superseded as Southern Pacific Surgeon In Oakland. The Ladies' Co-operative Aid Society, ■which started out under such favorable auspices in March, 1804, has split on the rock of authority, and the president, vice president and secretary, as well as a num ber of members, have resigned. The relations between the superintend ent of the society's headquarters at si'l Thirteenth street and the other officers of the organization became strained some time ago, when innovations were proposed by the president and secretary. The fol lowing iddress to the public was recently issued by those who severed their connec tion with the society : The public is hereby notified that the inter ests of the Ladies' Co-operative Aid Society of Oakland are divided, and that al! outstanding debts against said society will be collected by that part of the society that still holds the chart...

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. — 20 June 1895

12 CLOSE RANGE SHOOTING. Exciting Experience of Po liceman A. M. Cayot and a Burglar. SEVERAL SHOTS EXCHANGED. After a Long: and Hot Pursuit the Desperate Burglar Is Captured. IPPoliceman A. M. Cayot and burglar John Coughlin, alias McCarthy, alias Cardy, ex changed several shots on a public street yesterday afternoon, but no blood was shed. Mrs. L. Basehe, 2113 Butter street, left her house about 4 o'clock yesterday after noon to go to the butcher's. She was care ful to shut all the door;; before leaving. As she came out of the front door she saw a man leaning up against the wall of the hoTise opposite. She was away about fifteen minutes, and when on her return she opened the front door she saw the parlor door ajar and one of her dresses lying on the floor. To her astonishment she also found all the other doors open, and hearing a noise En the rear part of the house the became alarmed and ran out of the front door. She saw a man, whom she recognized as the one she saw earlier on th...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 June 1895

1U SINKS* CHAX Kx. |>fcOl I. A STENBERO, 719 M.\i;Ki:i\ XKAR 1 Tbird. soil or exchange businesses, furnished Louses, orchards, vineyards, San Francisco, Ala- | mrda and Oakland property; send particulars- all applications for salts prommiy attended to. PROLL A STKNBKKG, 719 Market st. *ftloftn A W>O^.l LOCATED NORTH OF **. > x Wi Market, near Keamy; big paving- o:d itablished. PROLL & STENBERG, 719 Market st. * «i 400 POPULAR CIGAR- STORE. NEAH tv IV/V.'. Market; controls large trade from suioon. >■'■ ILL A STEKBI RgT?l» Market st? BKJ PAYING SALOON, WATER : FRONT" connected with snipping oflice: make offer' PROLL_&_STKNBERG, 719 Market. ■ <"t(l(> STATIONERY AND NOTIONS- iX*J\nt. north Market: full value in stock ami fixtures. '■■ '•■-. v STENBERG, 719 Market "s* < }-() SALOON WITH iv PURNISHED ' '• ' !i; >'- Market; hot. cold lunci • other business apoaa tl ie bay] -1.1. lid. 1 19 Market st. ].-- '. lUSHED PRINTING AND NEWSpT Ju per riant in prosperi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 June 1895

14 THE POLICE RETIREMENTS Captains Douglass, Short and Stone Will Be Pen sioned. THERE ARE SEVEN IN ALL. The Change Will Take Effect In a Month, When the Vacancies Will Be Filled. Three police captains, one sergeant and three patrolmen were practically retired from the force last night on account of ape and length of service in the depart ment. The Police Commissioners met and were in executive session for more than two hours. There were twenty-three names on the list of those who were over 60 years of age and who had been in service over twenty years. The business of the meet ing was summed up in the following resolution : Resolved. By the Board of Police Commission ers that Sergeant Edward Cohen of the harbor district, Captain William Y. Douglass of Company A, Captain John Shori of Company B, Captain Applfton W. Stone, ii) charge ot the City Prison. Officers James Harrold, A. B. Asber and Jauies L. Gallagher be notified to nend their Applications for retirement to the Pension Coru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 June 1895

VOLUME LXXVJUL.— NO. 21. McALPIN THE MAN. Chosen President of the National Republican Leagues. SILVER MEN SATISFIED. They Secure a Victory Before the Committee on Resolutions. PLATFORM OF THE CONVENTION. It Merely Pledges Support and Al leariance to the Candidates of the Party. CLEVELAND, Ohio, June 20. — The work of tb.3 eighth convention of the Na tional League of Republican Clubs was practically ended to-:ught at fi o'clock, when the committee on resolutions n'n ished the doliocrations and formulated its address a few minutes before the conven tion adjourned ont-1 to-morrow at 10 a. m. Had it remained in session a short time longer the report would have gone before it and a speedy disposition might have been made. The report was not a surprise. As was predicted, it leaves everything to the next National Republican Convention. Neither the money nor tariff que-tions are even remotely referred to. Tne report is based on an old article of the National League of Republican Clubs, whic...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 June 1895

2 WOES OF WORKINGMEN Debs Tells How They . Are Being Crushed by Capital. ECONOMIC STUDY IN JAIL. Monopoly, He Says, Doles Out Such Labor and Wages as It Pleases. MONEY CONTROLLING POWER. AM This Is Wrongr, and Only a Co- Operatlve Commonwealth Can Right It. WOODSTOCK, 111., June 20.— Eugene V. ]vi>>. president of the American Railway Union, who, with L. W. Rogers, William E. Burns, Sylvester Kelliher, James Ho gan, James Elliott and R. M. Goodwin, directors of that organization, is serving a six months' sentence for contempt of court in the McHenry County Jail here, is enjoy ing life as well as a prisoner can. When a representative of the Call vis ited him Debs looked a trine thinner than he was a few weeks ago, but indoor life has not yet begun to tell on his ruddy cheek. He was comfortably attired in negligee costume, as were all the other prisoners. Life in the prison is not irksome to Debs and his companions, for every moment is occupied. All are deeply interested in the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 June 1895

A BARREL OF MONEY; A Glass Barrel is placed in oar window sealed and full of small coins. The giasa barrel is 8 inches high by 15 inches in circumference. Yon are to guess the total amount of coin in the barrel. Should you be the nearest guesser you can have your pick from either a man a, lady «or boy's wheel. Distribution to take place July 3, 1895, at 8:00 P. M. Cow will be counted at 8:30 P. M. The wheel will be delivered to you on the morning of July 4th. You are not restricted to anr particular make of wheel; you may have your pick Irom any high-grade wheels. All guessing blanks properly hUed out must be in our bouse on or before 8:00 P. M.,Ju]y 3d. Guessing blanks given with every purchase. Ride a wheel with us. WE'VE SAID i\ I -=$io.oo=- (INCORPORATED), 9, 11,13 and 15 Kearny Street. WILL GO AFTER RECORDS. Practice of the California Ath letes at the Denver Park. On Form the Berkeley Students Should Win by Fourteen Points. DENVER, Colo., June 20.— The Call- I , forma athletes ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 June 1895

4 NEWS OF THE COAST. Election of Grand Offi cers by the Druids at St. Helena. BIG FIRE AT SEATTLE. Clever Recovery of a Stolen Team and Capture of the Thief. FRESNO LOTTERIES DOOMED. Orders Have Been Given to Enforce the Ordinance Passed Last Monday. ST. HELENA, Cal., June 20.— The Grand Grove met this morning and pro ceeded to the election of officers, with the following result : Noble grand arch, 0. P. Hoag, Santa Rosa; deputy noble grand arch, James A. Devote, San Francisco; grand secretary, J. J. Mollison, San Fran cisco; grand treasurer, L. Chassagne, San Francisco; grand marshal, Henry Lange, St. Helena; grand guard, J. M. Brand, Eureka. Grand trustees — Jacob Nickles, San Francisco; H. B. Mehrman, Oakland; H. A. Chase, San Francisco. After the election was concluded the newly elected officers were installed. The retiring noble grand arch was presented with a gold watch and chain by the Grand Grove. It was decided to hold the next annual session in San Francisco, after which t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 June 1895

CAMP FOSTER LIFE 4 soldiers Beginning to Feel at Home in Their Duties. SKIRMISH DRILL HONORS. They Fall to Major Waters of Battery B of the Napa Company. ESCORTING OF THE COLORS. ft Was a New Departure and One of the Interesting Features Yesterday. VKIAH, Cat., Jure 20.— The soldiers in Camp Foster are now beginning to feel at and the duties attending camp life aas natural as though the encamp ment was a year old. I he skirmish shooting was continued to day "'.m.er the supervision of the inspector se, Lieutenant Kuhl. The day was ushered in by indications of cool tmpared with yesterday, a cool coast • '. the temperature materi • disappear untii late in the oon. The skirmish drill to-day was by the Battalion Major Waters, Battery ied off the honors. This is :i Easterby's company. Twenty ipated and scoredf I<V7 points. E yon hi's at kneeling targets, thirteen at ng and twenty at reenmbent. This is a very good score considering the num :nen. This system of target, shoot its awakened...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 June 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDdE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: PAII.Y CALL— »6 per year by mail; by carrier, 16c per week. BO N 1 >AY CALL— »I. SO per year. AYKEKLY CALL— SI.SO per year. The Kastern office of the SAN FRANCISCO CALL ( Daily and Weekly), Pacific Htates Adver tising Bureau, Khinclander building, Kose and Puane streets, New York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Are you poing to the countTy on a vacation ? If so, it Is no trouble for us to forward THE CALL to your address. Do not let it miss you for you will ir.iss it. Orders given to the carrier, or left at Business < nice. 710 Market street, will receive I'rcmpt attention. FRIDAY JUNE 21, 1895 Another step forward. We improve with the times. >'ote our enlarged news service. The sneer is the gnat that stinga the elephant. ■Where there is energy there is always progress or a fight. With a new press we keep up with our increasing circulation. It should nevpr be forgotten that it is the speed of the trolley that kills. Sl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 June 1895

FRIDAY. .. JUNE 21, 1895 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF uSSfft BrooVlyffu^S miDiatUre yaChtS VmKSS& £V^vinSn n e ted * " h " U Si^s^^F^rTnl^l^Ks 300 m ° re v« Irvi ?F M# Scott has donated a fine Dortrait of himself, by Keith, to the-Art Institute -h. el will be informed to-day that the Na tional Musicians' Union has suspended him tA H ;>^i' itman ' on trial for forgery before Judge Wallace, was found guilty last evening The music committee has decided to employ non-union bands for the Fourth of July parade. Seven Pines Circle No. 3, Ladies of the G. A. R. will give a picnic at Shell Mound Park, June rnn^ 01 " P ° St Ko< 1. Grand Army of the Re public, give a reception to the commander-in ch lef. The Weather Bureau predicts fair weather, Ban >ran3! > a -. 1 night aUd win(l y for to-day in A man named Thomas Gifford was drowned on the trip of the T. C. Walker from Stockton on Tuesday night. . "^he Board of Harbor Commissioners raised the rents on the coal-bunkers of three differen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 June 1895

8 THE BAY DISTRICT RACES Installator Finished Ahead of Both Charmion and Thornhill. THE FAVORITES ALL BEATEN. Little Cripple Proved too Much for Tar and Tartar, Downing Him Cleverly. Firebrand is a brother to Torchbearer, for merly known as the Ariola colt. Imp. Calphurnus acted like a horse that had joined the artillery, although his owner was emphatic in a denial of the assertion. Johnny Coleman waited until the price against Yon Dunk reached 25 to 1, and then took a chance on him. He finished in the ruck. Nick Hall s-aid he bet $700 on his horse Tar and Tartar, and as a "saver" plated ?200 on Don Caesar. The foal by Ormonde out of imp. Get awuy i> reported to be afflicted with a badly swollen hind leg, the supposition being that it was caused l.y being stepped upon by ni«. ma ternal parent. This would be a great misfor for Mr. Maedonough were the injury to \ n>ve permanent. owing no doubt to the scarcity of good rid ing material the stewards of the California .1. ckey club ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 June 1895

THE POET WOODWORTH He Did Not Write the "Old Oaken Bucket" in a Saloon. THE TRUE VERSION GIVEN. A Suggestion That a Monument to the Poet Be Placed In the Park. A family council of the Woodworths in Ban Francisco has definitely decided to I cremate the remains of their kin in the Woodworth Mausoleum in Lone Mountain Cemetery and a few days since the superin tendent of the San Francisco Crematory was invited to perfect the details. When the vault was built in 1865 by ! Frederick A. Woodworth, a well-known pioneer, he expressed a desire that the re mains of his own body should be cremated as soon as laws were enacted in California ; to authorize cremation. That time has j now arrived, and as there are ten crumbling forms in the Bepulcher cremation will be employed 10 dispose of all the bodies. The ashes or dust of the poet, Samuel Woodworth, will be preserved and a monu ment or obelisk raised to honor his mem ory. It is expected that literary societies , of California will join in the ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 June 1895

10 THE TURNERS' FESTIVAL Two Delegations Leave for Los Angeles on the Santa Rosa. MISSION TURNERS CELEBRATE. They Will Go South by Train To- Nlght With the Verein Eln tracht Men. The first delegation of local turners who will take part in the grand Kreis Turn fest, which opens in Los Angeles Saturday, left for the south yesterday on the steamer Santa Kosa. There were two divisions. One was from the San Francisco Turn Verein, and the other was composed of members of the Yorwaerts Verein. All went away glowing with enthusiasm and warm anticipations of the good time which was in store for them. Their friends, too. took especial pains to see that their going away was accompanied by all the features which usually accompany a jolly farewell "whoop up." A programme had been arranged for the morning, which included a parade to the wharf. The San Francisco Turners gathered in their hall on Turk street, near Jones. They were dressed in their picturesque gray suits, with broad brimmed hats of ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 June 1895

SCENE IN THE "CALL'S" NEW PRESS ROOM. Sketch of the Two Magnificent Hoe Quadruple Perfecting Printing Machines in Operation===The Most Efficient on the Pacific Coast. THE GIANT QUADRUPLEX A Glance at the Great Press That Prints Thirty-Two Pages as One— lts 10,000 Parts. The two fastest running presses in the United States are in the pressroom of the San Francisco Call. Any press man in the City will tell you this is true, no matter where he works. And if you doubt that authority there is the great firm of Hoe & Co., the maker not only of the Caia's giant quadruple* presses, but also of most of the best newspaper printing presses in the United States, who will tell you the same tning. In the East and elsewhere some of the j great newspapers have printing facilities j that are equal to those possessed by the Call, but this comes ratnerfrom the num ber of the presses kept running than from their speed, which is not equal to the speed j of the giant quadruplex presses. There are thr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 June 1895

12 SCOPE OF UNITED PRESS NEWS SERVICE THE UNITED PRESS WIRE SYSTEM The double and single lines on the accompanying map represent the day and night reports of The United Press, the double lines showing both day and night reports for morning and evening papers in the same town or city, and the single lines a single service, day or night, a3 the case may be. NEW YORK CITY AND STATE. MORNING PAPERS. New York Herald. New York Sun. New York Tribune. New York Times. New York Recorder. New York Morning Journal. New York Mercury. New York Journal of Commerce and Commercial Bulletin. New York Courrier dcs Etats Unis (French). New York Cristoforo Colombo (Italian). New York II Progresso Italo Americano (Italian). New York Morgen Journal (German). New York National Press Company. New York New Yorker Zeitung (Ger man). New York Volkszeitung (German). Buffalo Courier. Albany Argus. Albany Express. Binghamton Republican. Elmira Advertiser. Oiean Times. Poughkeepsie Eagle. Poughkeepsie Ntws-Press. ...

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