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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 June 1895

AND LIST OF THE JOURNALISTIC "400." Paterson Guardian. Paterson Press. Baltimore World. Cumberland Time*. "Wheeling News. Washington News. SUNDAY PAPERS. Philadelphia Item. Philadelphia Sonntags Journal (Ger man). Philadelphia Taggarts Times (German). Pitts burg Press. Bradford Sun. Erie Sunday Times. Harrisburg Telegram. Reading Sunday Eagle. Williamsport Grit. Newark Call. Trenton Advertiser. Wheeling News. SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST. MORNING PAPERS. Atlanta Constitution. Augusta Chronicle. Columbus Inquirer-Sun. Macon Telegraph and Messenger. Savannah News. Birmingham Age-Herald. Mobile Register. Montgomery Advertiser. Jacksouville Times-Union. Charlotte Observer. Eale ; gh News and Observer. Wilmington Messenger. Wilmington Star. Charleston News and Courier. Columbia State. Knoxville Journal. Knoxville Tribune. Memphis Commercial AppeaL Shreveport Times. Lynchburg News. Norfolk Landmark. Norfolk Virginian. Richmond Dispatch. Richmond Times. EVENING PAPERS. New Orleans States. Birmingha...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 June 1895

14 THE UNITED PRESS—ITS MANAGERS AND METHODS. The United Press, with which the San Francisco Call and the San Jose Daily Mercury have formed a permanent alliance, is the most efficient news-gathering asso ciation in the world. For ail the purposes of collecting and distributing reports of events that affect the affairs and interest the minds of the masses of this country its equipment and facilities are complete and co-extensive with the intellectual, in dustrial and mechanical progress of the age. The United Press is the legitimate successor of the original association that was organized more than sixty years ago by the daily newspapers in the city of New York, under the name of the General News Association, and which afterward developed into what has been known as the Associated Press. After its formation, other associations were organized in differ ent sections of the country, all of which allied themselves with the parent institu tion. The news collected by these local associati...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 June 1895

direct communication with an able corre ct in any big city in Europe." As an Illustration of the working of the j n service of The United Press the Sun ces a piece of news in this highly inter nianner: "Early one morning, not long ago. a party of Mohammedans desecrated, in some fashion, a place of worship in Calcutta. A tight followed, and the Brahmin defenders of ihe temple killed six of the Mohamme dans. Now witness what a small globule the world has become. B piece <if now.-- reached the office of all the newspapers ';i Calcutta long before ;i young man ran into the telegraph station of the Government " 'United Press, London,' he hastily 'Mohammedans desecrated Brah ■ mple lure 7 morning. Fight fol- Bix Mohammedans" killed. AH quiet now. May lead serious complk-a --■ -This brief dispatch was telegraphed to I the Eastern Telegraph Com in Bombay, whence it was trans mitted to Aden. In Aden it was received is the office of the Hindoo-European Cable • Joiapany. The operator sc-nt ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 June 1895

16 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Dilver weaker. Wheat colet. F/,-e purchases of Brewing Barley in the country. Oats plentiful and weafc. Choice dry '-'° m • <lrni< Rye steady. Beans dull. Hay unchanged. Potatoes and Onior.3 easier. Butter and Cheese ur.cnanced. Eggl weak Mid dull. Poultry market overstocked. Apricots in brisk canning demand. reaches continue to advance. Fi?s neglected. Stocks of Oranges reduced. • , y, ; . '_ Dried Fruit market getting firmer. Considerable change in Vegetables. Hides quiet. Provisions dull. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT T'MTrn States DBCASmtSST of Aoricct.- TCSK. WkaTHKB ultrf-att, san fkanci3co, June 20, 18U5, & P. xi.— Weather conditions and general forecast. The. following maximum temperatures have been reported from California stations to-day: Eureka, 58 degrees: San Francisco, 63; Los Angeles. 88: Red KlufT. 94: San Luis Obispo, 84: San Diego. 76; Sacramento, 82; Independence, 88; Yuma, 106: Fresno. 102. San 2'rancisco Maximum ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 June 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS A Southern Pacific Switchman Killed by the Alameda Local. FRANK PATTEN'S LAST SIGNAL. No Trace of Capltar.o Garibaldi's Burled Wealth Found by His Nephew. Fr:mk E. Patten, a switchman in the employ of Che Southern Pacific Company, was instantly 3:i!lcd by the Alameda lorai train, Engineer I). Reynolds, at the foot of Center str-.-et yesterday morning. He waa on yard engine 1020, and stepped into the track along which the local was ap proaching to signal Eorae one down the track, apparently not rocing or hearing it. The Alameda train runs at a high rate of speed at that point, and nothing could be done to check the speed of the train before it struck Patten, whose back was to it. He was thrown thirty feet by the shocic, ai;d when picked up was dead, almost every bone in his body being broken. Patten wa> a single man, and resided at 1135 F.ast Nineteenth street. Deceased had been in the employ of the Southern Pacific Company for fifteen years and op to the day o...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 June 1895

18 AMONG THE COAST MINES New Gravel Prospects Opened at Trinidad, Humboldt County. EXCITEMENT IN SONORA. Reported Discoveries of Ancient Mines East of Mlnas Prletas. Up in the section around Rancheria, Amador County, a great number of quartz ledges are to be found, but as no develop ment work to speak of has ever been done on them it is hard to tell what value they have. The promoter and manager of the Barnes mine on the Oneta ranch, Amador County, is Mr. Fletcher, who a few months ago came out from Wisconsin. He was for merly in the pulpit, and even now has not abandoned his former profession alto r. A couple of times a week lie closes down the mine and goes up to the little schooihouse at Rancheria and preaches the gospel to the people who gather from the ranches and mining claims thereabout. The. Catskill gravel mine at Bangor, Butte Comity, is running .steady and em ploys about fifty men. Wr. Bareford, the Baperintendent and owner, seems much encouraged o%'er tlie outlook. A num...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 June 1895

CTRAND A Mil.; THIRD ST n SELLS . ..„ .< s ana cx changes business interests of all de- B r.^.tons at short notice: 10 years' experience qualifies us to handle all kinds of business to ad- am age; also partners procured with responsible parties only; we refer to banks and leading busi- ■sthiv«\S to <>'"• reputation a:.d standing. SI RAN 1) A TUTTLE. 45 Third St. 6 - Q^^A CANDY-STORE AND ICECREAM 2 ' JKjy '' parlor; good stock; cheap rent: 4 line rooms; bargain. STRAND A TUTTLE, 45 Third. Q'^AA CORNER DRUGSTORE DOING A »yuuuv; . Bneca business; finest prescription trade in City; elegantly fitted u»; full value in gght; cheap rent: lease. For full particulars see STRAND A TUTTLE, 45 Third st. *<••>>- SALOON; OLD ESTABLISHED; »W — — •'. best location city front: pays well- BOod reason for selling. STRAND A 1 DTTLE, 45* Sd! T> AKERY": OLD-ESTABLISHED- BEST •I <> -1' cation in the city : uses 4 barrels of Hour daily large trade: great bargain on account of deim...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 June 1895

20 DR. GIBSON HAS HIS SAY What the Pastor Thinks of the Emmanuel Baptist Church Murders. HE SCORES JUDGE CONLAN. References Made to General Dick inson and the Spirit of the Press. Less than 500 people gathered in Metro politan Temple last evening to hear the Rev. J. G. Gibson, pastor of the Emmanuel Baptist Church, where the two girls, Min nie Williams and Blanche Lamont, were murdered last April, deliver a lecture bear ing upon the awful crimes and the lessons to be gained therefrom. Incidentally lie was supposed to give some personal views concerning the tragedies and the attendant circumstances following the crime. The object of his lecture was a worthy one. It was to raise funds for the benefit of the church, which, since the crimes were committed, has not been used for HEY. J. GEORGE GIBSON. religious purposes by the congregation. There is a debt of $12,000 upon the edifice, and the pastor is anxious to pay tiie inter est upon that, sum and place the church in a position to sta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 June 1895

VOLUME LXXVIII.— NO. 22. CHRISTEHNS THE CANAL Germany's Ruler Honors the Memory of Wil liam the Great. TAPS THE CORNERSTONE. With This Ceremony the Big Waterway Is Opened to the World. REVIEW OF THE WAR-VESSELS. While the Bands of Many Nations Play the Emperor Passes on the Imperial Yacht. KTEL, Germany, June 21.— Everybody Tras at an i arly boor this morning wearing places of advantage to see the ceremony of laying the keystone of the canal at Holtenau. Thousands Hocked to Holtenau by land and water. Keverdid the harbor of Kid present so animated an ap pearance. Tlie Kaiser went to Holtenau early on board a steam launch. The en tire highway from Kif-1 to the mouth of the canal had been beflagged. At 11 o'clock shouts of "Der Kaiser kommt!" aro>e. Tho Emperor, whose ar rival was tlie signal of deafening cheers, was in an admiral's uniform and walked to his place with martial bearing. He ac knowledged the enthusiastic greetings smilingly. His Majesty, having taken a standing posit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 June 1895

2 MORGAN'S WILD RIDE. Chase of the Financier by New York Police. WAS IN A GREAT HUEEY. So the Obliging Jehu Drove Over Everything in the Way. SPENT AN HOUR IN PRISON Eut the Injured Failed to Appear and Complain and the Bond-Seller Escaped. NEW YORK, N. V., June 21.— re entrance of J. Pierrepont Morgan into the financial world to-day after an absence of several weeks in Europe was marked by an exciting episode, the banker having been chased at a lively pace all the way downtown from Twelfth street and Fourth avenue to Prince street and Bowery, by the police, after the cab in which he was ■ driving had run into two men, who tur- ■ bled another to the ground. Mr. Morgan started from home early and hired a, cab from Nathan's livery stable, at 4 East Twenty-fifth street, and told the driver, Jeremiah O"Donnell of 385 Eighth avenue, to drive him down to his office; at the corner of Wall and Broad streets, in a hurry. O'Donnell followed out his instructions to the letter and started down ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 June 1895

GOMEZ IS CAPTURED Report That the Cuban Leader Is Taken by Spaniards. RAMPAGES OF REBELS. Details of the Burning of the Summer Resort at Cuablta. TWENTY-TWO ARE KILLED. It Is Believed That the Spanish Will Inaugurate an Era of Bloodshed. MADRID. SpAiy,.lune2l.— lt is reported here by cable from Havana that the Cuban leader, Maximo Gomez, has been captured by Spanish troops. HAVANA, Cuba. June 21.— A dispatch from Santiago de Cuba says that a party of forty insurgents made an attack upon the Forts estate at Santa Ana this morn ing, driving out the occupants and billing three of the defenders. Colonel Michelna's column made an at tack uoon the rebels near Caney del Sito to-day, killing twenty-two insurgents, in cluding Polabcio, who was commanding the cavalry attached to Rabi's band. SANTIAGO DE CUBA. June 11, via Key West, June 21. — Since the United Press correspondent's last communication the only important events that have oc curred were the burning of the summer resort, Cuabita, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 June 1895

4 SCHOOL FOR FARMERS. Preparations for Its Opening at Camp Roache. TO "LAST THREE WEEKS. Outline of the Work to Be Undertaken During the Encampment. SUGGESTIONS FOR VISITORS. Full Details of the Programme and the List of Able Lec turers. SAX JOSE, Cat,., June 21.— Preparations arc being rapidly made for the holding of the fir>t animal session of the Farmers' Gamp of Instruction and Summer School of Economics and Husbandry, to be held at Camp Roache, in the Santa Cruz Moun tains, near Wrights, beginning Saturday, July 27, and continuing until August 15, inclusive. This is a new departure in Cali fornia and lias been established under the authority of the State Grange of California, P. of H.. for the benefit of all interested in the problems of rural life and in raising tbe standard of comfort of our rural popu lation. The local management is in High land Grance, P. of H., and more directly in charge of the following committees: Educational committee— Professor C W. Childs, San Jos...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 June 1895

THE SUPREME COURT From Chief Justice Hast ings to Chief Jus tice Beatty. A LONG ROLL OF HONOR. California's Bench and Bar Contributed of Their Brightest Men. TERRY SUCCEEDED BY FIELD. The Legal Giants of the State and Some of the History They Have Made. PERSONNEL OF THE SUPREME COURT OF CALIFORNIA. CHIEF JUSTICE. W. H. BEATTY. ASSOCIATE JUSTICES. T. B. McFARLAND. RALPH C. HARRISON. C. H. GAROUTTE. W. C. VAX FLEET. JACKSON TEMPLE. F. W. HENSIIAW. COMMISSIONERS. I. S. BELCHER. Niles Pearls. P. Van Clief. John Hawses. E. W. Britt. OFFICERS OF THE COURT. W. F. Fitzgerald Attorney-General J. C. Daly Deputy Attorney-General ('ha?. H. Jackson Deputy Attorney-General W. A. Anderson Deputy Attorney-General T.H.\Vari> ."....Clerk R. A. Marshall Chief Deputy Clerk, S.F. A. W." Johnson Deputy Clerk, San Francisco J. J. Duncan Deputy Clerk, San Francisco H. A. McCraney Deputy Clerk, Sacramento F. C^AVooDBURY..... Deputy Clerk, Los Angeles A. M. McPherron. ..Deputy Clerk, Los Angeles C. C. Pom...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 June 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— tG per year by mail; by carrier, 150 per week. • SUNDAY CALL— *l.f>o per year. WEEK I. V CALL— * 1.50 per year. The Eastern office of the SAX FRAXCISCO CALL (Dally and Weekly), Pacific [States Adver tising Bureau, Ithinelander building, Hose and puaiie streets, .New York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. • Arc yon going to the country on a vacation ? If to, it la no trouble for us to forward THE CALL to ynr address. Do not let it mist you for you will miss it. Orders given to the carrier, or left at Bosinca Office, 710 Market street, will receive 1 ronijit attention. SATURDAY. '..JUNE 22, 1895 ' All the news is before you. You must read the Call to know it all. The Republican party never makes a bad break. The German navy will now sail on an even Kiel. Take the Call and get The United Press dispatches. No man who regards life as a lottery ever wins a prize. Where the home market is the home in dustry thrives. The o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 June 1895

SATURDAY JUNE 22, 1895 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. Condensed City news on seventh page of the Brief City items arc to be found on this page of the Call every day. Rosaria Tapano, who was detained in New York, has now found her husband. Local items, bright and brief, can be found on this pape of the Call every morning. The Cogswell Polytechnic College will re sume its sessions under new management J '.:■>• 'J'J. Four sailors of the barkentine Aragro have boen arrested for desertion and are detained iv jail at Astoria, If you are interested in coursing events you must read the Call to get the latest and best news on that subject. Scheel was formally told yesterday by the Musicians' Union that fraternal relations would be suspended with him. Time-tables of the railroad companies are published free of charge in the Call for the ac commodation of readers. An unusually large octopus was cautrht just north of Golden Gate and brought to the Clay street market yesterflay. A new company is likely ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 June 1895

8 SPORTS The interest in the pleasure of cycling does not diminish in the least, but on the contrary it seems to be increasing daily. Clubs are springing up like mushrooms in all directions, and Sunday club runs have become quite a popular fad. Several wheel men are now in the country enjoying their summer vacations and seeing the beauties of nature's handiwork on all sides. The oarsmen, athletes, anglers, sportsmen, lovers of coursing, rifle-shooting and ten nis are by no means behind in the ways uf enjoyment.- THE WHEELMEN. California Associated Gycllng- Clubs' Joint Run To-Morrow. Club Events To-Morrow: Annual Joint run of the California Associated Cycling Clubs to Niles Canyon— Acme Club Wheelmen, Oakland. Bay City Wheelmen, Ban Francisco. California Cycling Club, San Francisco. Crescent Athletic. Club Wheelmen, Berkeley. Crescent Road Club, Ban Francisco. Garden City Cyclers, San Jose. Imperial Cycling Club, San Francisco. Liberty Cycling Club, San Francisco. Oakland V. M. C. A...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 June 1895

will meet the Montereys at Central Park Tne battery for the "former will be \V. Preston and J. Grace, the latter acting ns r. J". Pitzpatrick will pitch and J. l'erguson will catch for ;;>e .Monttreys. Handball Games. Ihe games of handball which will be played at Ryan's court to-morrow are: •J. Fitzgerald and E. Kerwhi to play Thomas Kiley and W. Sullivan; Ben Collins and D Connolly to play A. Handry and Thomas Kyan ; w. Darius and .1. Brown to play O. But terrield ami 0. Ward; R. Shea and H, Moffatt to play i*. Barrett and J. Branaiok; Al Collin.s an.l L. ICeuny of the Occidental court, against .'. 9tattery and Jean Vogelsang; J. Jones, the Australian champion^ against J. llarlow, the coast champion, and M. .1. Killgallon, the Den ver champion, for .*IOO a side, the game to be the best three games out of live, conirnencinsr at 2:30 p.m. ?.?>* LADIES AWHEEL. The Bloomer Question Discussed From a Wearer's Standpoint. PAN JOSE, Cal., June 21. — What an exciting time we are bavin...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 June 1895

10 DRY-GOODS MEN'S PICNIC It Will Be Held at Schuetzen Park, San Rafael, To- Morrow. ♦ — — ■ - BENEFIT OF THE SICK FUND. Hundreds of Clerks and Salesmen to Enjoy a Day In the Country. From present indications there will beat least 1500 people take advantage of the pic nic of the San Francisco Dry-goods Men's Association to spend a pleasant day at Schuetzen Club Park, near San Rafael, next Sunday. The association, which comprises em ployes of retail dry-goods houses, was or ganized about ten years ago, its objects be ing purely of a benevolent character, such as relieving members or their families when in financial distress, paying sick and funeral benefits and securing employment for its members. Since its organization upward of $10,000 has been paid out in the various ways mentioned. The picnic will be the first held under the auspices of the association, and is J. P. Weil, President of the Dry-Goods Men's Association. given for the benefit of its sick fund. Lib oral encouragement ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 June 1895

THE LOTTERY FRAUD. Agrent of the Spanish- American Fake Un der Arrest. COUNTERFEIT TICKETS. How the Bogus Coupons Are Worked Off on the Public. JOHN R. FRITZ GIVES ADVICE. He Tells a Supposed Peddler It Is More Profitable to Sell Only Fake Tickets. Of all the swindling games ever offered to a public that likes to be fooled yet does not like to lose its money the lottery swin dle is the very worst swindle of them all. What do you think of the E. Fox & Co.'s clearing $28,000 net in six weeks in San Francisco alone? And every ticket they sold in those six weeks, or in any other weeks, was a shameful, lying fraud. Not one of |them could possibly draw a prize, for the simple reason there is no such lot ONE OF THE FRAUDULENT SPANISH - AMERICAN LOTTERY TICKETS PURCHASED FROM C. P. REYNOLDS IN THE FLOOD BUILDING. tery company and consequently there is no drawing and no distribution of prizes. The rascals who conduct the fraud make a business of picking out a few persons each month and p...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 June 1895

12 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. ' Coffee crop over the average. Canned goods looking up. Heavy purchases of Wine. Hawaiian Rice higher. CJreat Increase in Flour exports. Silver weaker. Wheat dull/ Barley futures lower. Oats market weak. Corn held for higher prices. Bye steady. Old Hay weaker; new, steady. White Beans firm; colored, nominal. Potatoes and Onions steady. Butter and Cheese unchanged. Eggs continue 10 weaken. Ilnre Kastern Poultry arrived. Honey weak. Frcil stiff und wanted at rising iri;js. Nothing new IB Dried Fruit. Provisions slow. Hops neglecte-i. ■ lilies unchanged. Meal market well supplied. No more free wheat ships hero. Large quantities Of Coal cotnin;. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT Uxitki> States I>KPAKTMENT or AaniCIII.- | TVIIK. WEATHKB BUBKAIT, ,>SAN FISANt:ISOO. j June 21," 1895, 5 p. ii.— Weather conditions and ) general forecast. j The following are the seasonal rainfalls to date as compared with those of the same date last year: I Eureka...

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