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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 June 1895

LOGGING ON THE AMERICAN RIVER Exciting Experiences on Big Booms in a Surging Stream. For the past three years the South Fork of the American River, which takes its source a few miles this side of Lake Tahoe and meets the North Fork near the State prison at Folsom, has had its turbulent .waters vexed with logs and log drives. The American River, which is located almost in the center of Northern Califor nia, A especially adapted to the purposes of log-driving, with the exception of a few places where it is hemmed in on the sides by precipitous rocks and mountains. In these places it is difficult to navigate on account of the swift-running current, the numerous rocks, eddies and rapids. In Pino Grande, about nine miles from Placerville. may be heard the ring of the woodsman's ax and the crash of the fall ing pine. The trees are here stripped of their branches and bark and cut into lengths from eighteen to twenty feet long; they are put on flat cars and hauled about eight miles over a s...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 June 1895

18 Wxt <' - orfi &s _T. *k i^- i^tl Jr tfLTT- V**a' £■ - *.vK.- " . fivSESs -"nL* 1 CHARLES fIL SS.ORTRIDGE. Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— .0 per year by mail; by carrier, 15c p.-i * i ik. . . -y :■....'■ SUNDAY CALL— .1.50 per year. WEEKLY CALL— . 1.50 per year. The Eastern ollice of the BAN FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific States Adver- Using Bureau, Rhinelander building, Rose and Pu&ne streets, New York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Are you going to the country on a vacation ? •If to, II la no trouble for us to forward THE CALL to your address. Do not let it miss you for you will miss it. Orders given to the carrier, cr left at .Business Office, 710 Market street, will receive prompt attention. SUNDAY JOE 23,1895 .Many people adapt their homes to their bicycles. The average San Francisco home is a good enough summer resort. Every section of California is a summer resort to the people of other sections. •': More patronage for home industry and l...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 June 1895

SOCIETY Out of town. Yosemite camping parties. Mrs. I*. A. Franks' luncheon. Attentions to General Schofield. The McLellan lawn party in Oakland. The regulars at Monterey next month. In the mountains and by the seashore. Living pictures by the young ladies of Napa last Tuesday. The Tuesday Night Bowling Club of the Con cordia make an excursion to San Jose. Mr.'and Mrs. Walter Dean's dinner to Rev. George Edward Walk last Wednesday. . The following engagements "cave "been an nounced: Joseph Jacobi and Miss lelma Altraeyer. M. J. Barnett and Miss Frances Bernstein. Lieutenant Edward Martin French and Miss Helen Schenck. Lieutenant Harry A. Benson, U. S. A., and Miss Mary Breeze. Weddings last week. Hart-McWy. Martin-Sheehan. Lang-GreninEer. | Thompson-Dc Rosa. THE WEEK. ROPRIETORS of the sum mer resorts have little cause to complain of hard times. There never has, been a season when they 'were so full as they are this year. The round of fetes, flower shows and carnivals have done much...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 June 1895

20 THE PLAY AND THE PLAYERS The California opens to-morrow with "The Old Homestead." _____ Fanny Rice comes to the coast next Decem ber in a new comedy. There will be an entire change of orchestra at Morosco's to-morrow evening. , "William Gillette comes himself with his com edy, "Too Much Johnson." to the Baldwin. The new opera "Dorcas" will be given by Pauline Hall during her engagement at the Baldwin. At the Press Club entertainment the leading George W. Wilson, Who Plays Joshua Whitcomb in " The Old Homestead." theaters will be represented. The programme will run two hours. Ferdinand Gottschalk, last seen here with Rosina Yokes, is now a member of Daniel Frohman's Lyceum Theater Company. Arthur Shirley's farce-comedy adapted from the French "Three Hats" will be one of the early productions at the Columbia Theater. Each of the thirteen members of the Frawley company has been presented with a Mexican opal. There is no superstition about that troupe. George W. "Wilson (Uncle Josh) ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 June 1895

BOOKS & BOOKMAKERS MISS OOOLBEITH'S NEW BOOK OF VERSE. It is charged against San Francisco that: the is a grim stepmother of the arts; that her artists are unappreciated and that her gifted sons and daughters, adopted or otherwise, are forced far a "eld for recogni tion. _ - Yet San Francisco can boast an organi zation such as no other city in America knows, yet of which any city might well be proud. This 'is the recently formed Guild of Letters, of which William Greer Harrison is president, and whose member ship already includes, a large number of the cultured men and women of the coast. .Organized for the; purpose of encourag ing art and aiding letters on this coast, the ouild some months ago decided to begin its good work by the publication, under its auspices, but through the house of Hough toni, Mifflin & Co., Boston, of the poems of ma Donna Cool brithi The book will appear early in the win ter and the publication is to" be a notable one. W llliam Keith has made-half a...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 June 1895

22 LATEST OAKLAND NEWS James Grogan Terrorizes a Saloon Man and Is Shot in the Head. --• LAMBERT SAYS HE IS SANE. Annual Inspection of Companies A and F of the Fifth at Mili tary Hall. James Grogan, who keeps a shoeshop on •Franklin street, near Ninth, attempted to terrorize the men in the 'saloon 1 of Fred Stanley. at the southeast corner of the streets mentioned last evening, and had four shots tired at him at short range for his pains. Owing to the excitement under which the shooter was laboring only one of the bullets took effect. It plowed a furrow along the side of Grogan's head, but glanced off without doing any serious damage. Grogan had been the terror of the neigh borhood of Ninth and Franklin streets for a long time on account of his habit of get ting drunk and abusing every one who got in his way. He had cleaned out the saloon on one or two occasions before, and been warned by Stanley that if he attempted to repeat the ration he would get hurt. He had been on a spree for...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 June 1895

The COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Eighteen failures last week. Silver declined. Wheat dull. Brewing Barley active in the Interior. Oats very weak. * orn In rather better request. Hay easy. PeedHMta unchanged. 1 Bank Clearings gain $1,200,000. Prunes in improved demand and firmer. Peaches and Apricots wanted. Oranges dull. Hides doing better again. Chicago wants our Potatoes. Onions firm. Butter and Cheese unchanged. Eggs off again. Poultry in :>versuppiy. White Beans selling well. Decreased Imports of Merchandise. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. United Status I)kvartmk.vt Or Ar.RICCI_- TFRF. Wkathkr f_VKK_.tr, SAN FRANCISCO. June 22, 1895, 5 I*. M.— Weather conditions and general forecast. The following are the seasonal rainfalls to date as compared with those of the same date last year: Eureka 46.30. last year 55.15; Bed Bluff 28.87, last year 22.16: Sacramento 24.13, la.it year 16.35; San Francisco 25.70, last year 18.47; Fresno 14.15, last year 8.53; Los Angeles 15.93. las- ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 June 1895

24 MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION. The New Board of Directors' First Address to the Members. PLAN OF ACTION OUTLINED. Important Questions Submitted In Order to Secure Popular Opinions. At a recent meeting of the new board of directors of the Merchants' Association it was decided that a plan of action for the ensuing year was necessary for its guid ance. Numerous suggestions were made orally and in writing. In order to properly ar range a plan Messrs. Freud and Doane were appointed as a committee to outline the work on such matters as have been de cided. Many questions have arisen which the directors wish to submit to members of the organization and the taxpayers. To accomplish this the committee will issue the following circular and inquiries: Merchants' Association, ' San Francisco, June 22, 1895. ( The directors of the Merchants' Association, wishing to formulate practical plans for their work for the year for which they have been elected, have adopted the following principles as part of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 June 1895

VOLUME LXXVIII.--NO. 24. ROSEBERY TO RESIGN. This Determination Has Been Officially An nounced. SALISBURY TO SUCCEED. He Will Be Entrusted by the . Queen With the Formation of a Ministry. WILL DISSOLVE PARLIAMENT. The New Cabinet to Consist of Liberal-Unionists and Con servatives. LONDON, June 23.— 1t is officially an nounced that the Rosebery Government will resign; that Lord Salisbury will be summoned by the Queen to form a Minis try ,',and that his Cabinet will proceed with the routine business of the House, obtain provisional supplies and then dissolve Par ' liament. It is expected that the elections will take place the 10th of July. The second meeting of the Cabinet yes terday began at 4 r. M. and lasted until ' 4 :50. The meeting was held to decide whether the Government should resign or dissolve Parliament. It was decided to re ' sign. After dinner, at Windsor Castle last night, Lord Rosebery had a long private audience with the Queen and communi cated to her the decision arr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 June 1895

2 KIEL'S GREAT FETES. Sinister Comments From the Freisinnige Papers. SEE ULTERIOR MOTIVES. ■ :. . .- - ' Charge the Government With Seeking a Large Naval Credit. . _ WAR DISCUSSION REVIVED. The Kaiser Irritated at the Behavior of the French Naval Officers. BERLIN, Germany, June 23.— The ill ness of the Empress last week was caused by an attack of neuralgia, to which affliction she is at all times subject upon the slight est change in the weather or indulgence in the least excitement. As her Majesty was about starting for Hamburg a furious attack of neuralgia set in and she was con sequently prevented from going there. Her physicians advised her to abandon the idea of her going to Kiel, but a slight* abatement of her pains, combined with her eager desire to see the fetes, led her to make the venture. The imperial circle at the admiralty ball saw a recurrence of her sufferings and saw them borne smilingly, but the Emperor on Friday insisted upon her withdrawal from the remaining festi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 June 1895

NEWS OF THE COAST Setting of Stakes for the New Road Now to Begin. FOILED BY A TRUSTY. Tacoma Prisoners Fail In an Attempt to Break From Jail. AN ASSAULT AT VALLEJO. John Hayes Brutally Beaten by Roughs In a Barroom Brawl. STOCKTON, Cal., June 23.— S. Wil bur, superintendent of construction of the San Francisco and San Joaquin Valley Railroad, has arrived in the city for the purpose of attending to the preliminaries for starting the work of construction. During the day Mr. Wilbur has been familiarizing himself with the route of the road as granted in the franchise by the City Council, and before this time next week the course of the new railway can be traced by a line of stakes which Mr. Wil bur and the men under his direction will shortly begin setting. This completed, the only thing holding back the work inside the city limits will be the arrival of material. This will be here within twenty days at least, so that the people of this city may expect to wit ness great signs of activi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 June 1895

4 IN FAIR SAN BENITO One of the Fertile Gar den Spots of Cali fornia. ! HOLLISTER AND SAN JUAN Two Prosperous Communities Where Progress Is Seen on Every Hand. SOME HISTORIC REMINISCENCE. The Old Mission With Its Legends and Its Traditions of the Past. 'fV HOLLISTER, Cal., June 23.— The fair and fertile county of San Benito, 70 miles in length by 20 miles in width, bounded by the Gabilan range of mountains on the west and south and by the Mount Diablo range on the east, is only just south of San Francisco's neighbor, Santa Clara. The territory of historic Monterey lying north east of the Gabilan range, by an act of the Legislature became San Benito County in 1374. Later Merced and Fresno counties each gave a slice to their newly created sister. The majestic San Benito River drains the main valley, which is but a continua tion of the far-famed Santa Clara Valley, and possesses all the valued characteristics of that wonderful valley of fruit. San Juan, Los Muratos, Santa Ana, Pa noche...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 June 1895

SWIMMING AND DIVING A Very Interesting Exhibition at the Sutro Baths Yes terday. THE OCEAN BEACH CROWDED. Herr Scheel Led the Park Band— A Runaway Horse Lassoed In Time. \ The bulk of the people who were on pleasure bent yesterday seemed to select the ocean beach as a place of recreation, and the trains bound beyond Lands End were crowded until late in the afternoon. The trains south of the park were also crowded with people bound to the ocean side. The beach is lined with promenaders and here and there could be seen crowds of merry youngsters shoeless and stocking less, boys with their pantaloons rollea up above their knees, and girls holding up their clothes in their hands, all wading in the surf. Those who tired of roaming on the ocean sands went into the Sutro Baths to witness the swimming exhibition given by members of the Pacific Swimming Club, assisted by members of the Olympic Club swimming annex and the Dolphin Swim ming and Boating Club. The exhibition was witnessed by at ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 June 1895

6 f '■ „ CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editor and Proprietor. t- ■ ' — "" ■ =. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— per year by mall; by carrier, 15c week. SUNDAY CALL— II.SO per year. WEEKLY CALL— II.SO per year. «, The Eastern office of the SAN FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Bhinelander building, Rose and Puane streets, New York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Are yon going to the country on a vacation ? If fco, It Is no trouble for us to forward THE CALL to your address. Do not let it miss you for you will miss it. Orders given to the carrier, or left at Business Oflice, 710 Market street, will receive prompt attention. MONDAY JUNE 24, 1895 The Colima's ghost still groans. Mojave desert will soon blossom as the Irose. The Berkeley boys return with a full bag of game. Denver was badly scratched by the Berke ley tiger. Painting the town red is a sorry remedy for the blues. The silence of the Cleveland convention Upeaks volumes. San Francisco has as many views as Bos...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 June 1895

MONDAY JUKE 24, 1885 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF The Pioneer Yacht Club has elected officers. Brief City Items are to be found on this page of the Call every day. Herr School was the conductor of the Park band yesterday. There will be a number of new attractions at the theaters to-night. ' * j Grand Marshal Forster has made out his list of aids for the Fourth. . . 'Hi Scandinavians held an enjoyable picnic at Shell Mound yesterday. The weekly summary of news of the fraternal orders appears in this issue. The Gaelic football clubs are already making ready for the coming contest. Indies' night will be held at the Olympic Club on the evening of July 10. There was an interesting swimming exhibi tion at the Sutro baths yesterday. Mayor Sutro announces that he will appoint Election Commissioners on July 1. Smith O'Brien won the trophy at the Olympic Club s tennis tournament yesterday. •v. Th T? local oarsmen have elected the crewr for Ihe Fourth of July regatta at Stockton. The Olympic Ball Club w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 June 1895

8 CIVIC FEDERATION AND THE GRAND JURY Rev. Dr. Brown Talks of the Danger to Ameri can Liberty. CORRUPTION IN CITIES. It Controls Conventions, Legis latures and the Nation's Congress. AN OPINION OF BALLOT-THIEVES What a Grand Juror, Who Was Sur prised, Said of Judge Belcher. "Our Ci«ic Righteousness and the Grand Jury" was the title of an address delivered by Rev. C. O. Brown in the presence of a large congregation at the First Congrega tional Church last evening. Dr. Brown stated that on the previous Sun day evening parts of his address had been received with marks of loud, approval such as clapping of hands and he expressed the hope that in future there would not be any more such demonstrations. Dr. Brown then began his address with interesting facts in reference to growth of great cities which have been the center of power in all elections. They , control Legislatures and Congresses. Corruption in the cities means corruption in National conventions and National legislation. He the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 June 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS A Really Quiet Wedding Cele brated in ( Classic Berkeley. DEAF MUTES ARE UNITED. Attempt to Kill In Court— Elaborate Preparations, for the Fourth. Miss Dora Westfall and Harry Lincoln Raymond, both graduates of the" Deaf and Dumb Institution of Berkeley, were united in marriage at Clarement, North Oakland, yesterday. - ' - ;7\ - Miss Westfall has never uttered a word in her life, while her husband has not talked since he was five years old. Their Jove for each other sprung up some years ago when they were school children to gether, and ever since they have been de votedly attached to each other. The marriage ceremony was rather a unique one. It took place at the residence of ex-Senator H. J. McKusick on Clare mont avenue. Rev. Mrs. Wilkes of the First Unitarian Church of Oakland per- Harry L.. Raymond and Miss Dora Westfall, the deaf mutes, who were made one yesterday. 7-, - [From pltetographs.] formed the ceremony, which was inter preted by Professor Wilkinson, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 June 1895

10 WEEKLY FRATERNAL INDEX. Work of the Grand Grove of California, Order of Druids. ORDER OF CHOSEN FRIENDS. t They Organize the United Pro gressive Councils of San Francisco. Official Assessment Table. 55 §5 3 <S CO D p a O O g a BS: is 35 : or - vj nosen j-nenas. ... .of iheli.E I nights of Honor.. .and L. of H rderof Pernio...,. i . O. V. w oval Arcanum. . . . : atlonal Union — | 244 [June 1 June 98 99 June 1 July 435 36 37 May 20 June 415 416 June 1 June 14 June 1 June 14 15 16 June '1 June 213 May 31 June 166 June 10 July • (Official assessment notices of any legitimate fraternal society will be published free of cost in above table. Send them, with any other matters of importance, by Friday, addressed Fraternal Society Editor Morning Call, Sau Francisco.J U. A, 0. D. ' There was a three days' session of the Grand Grove of California at St. Helena last week, be ginning June 18. About 150 reDresentatives were present, representing sixty groves. • Secretary Knarston's report sn...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 June 1895

, BUSINESS CHANCES. STRAND A TITTLE, 45 Til 1 Rl> ST., SELLS buy? aud exchanges business interests of all de- scriptions at short notice; 10 years' -experience qualifies us to handle all kinds of business to ad- vantage; also partners procured with responsible parties only: we refer to banks and leading busi- ness firms as to our reputation ai.d stand. STRAND A TUTTLE, 45 Third st. . CtOXji pXrtner \\ ant ED 'Uf first- ''U'OOX.f. class paying corner-Saloon: No. 1 loca- tion: owner first-class man and prefers partner to hired help; good chance for steady man: cheap nt ?-'>00; see to-day. STRAND _ = TUTTLE, 45 Thira st. . V « '- Q> 99X BRANCH {BAKERY,* COFFEE, O— — «'• lunch and .ice-cream parlor: 2 rooms;, cheap rent: near Baldwin Hotel; good place for man and wife or 2 ladles. -See STRAND «_ TCTTLE. 15 Third st. , . , •st d "*\ n P R "-**T AND .-PROVISION STORE: <r"jt«J"-". good wagon: pays well: 3 rooms: cheap rent: good place for man and wile or two men.' See STRAND &a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 June 1895

12 MR. HARRISON'S NOVEL Its Characters Taken From Society and Bohemia, and Their Names Given. WITH TRUTH FOR THE MUSE. A Love Story That Will Deal Plainly With San Francisco and Its Lights. William Greer Harrison, Bohemian, athlete, dramatist, poet, essayist, lecturer and underwriter, will soon add the title of novelist to his name. Even now he is burning the midnight oil, and many pages of manuscript have already accumulated. Soon the renown of Jere Lynch and Tom Fitch will be eclipsed and the wide world will be buzzing with the fame of a new novelist. Certainly that portion of the world nominated on the maps of California as the Bay district will buzz, for though in its application and its morale the new tale -.ill be as broad as all humanity, its characters will be local and its scenes laid in San Francisco. Its hero and its heroine, as well as those that contribute to their unhappiness in the middle chapters and to their triumph in the last chapter, will be taken from real life ...

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