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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 25 June 1895

VOLUME LXXVIII.— NO. 25. FREE-TRADE FINANCE. Receipts Continue to Fall Short of Ex penses. NO RELIEF IN PROSPECT. Another Addition to the Public Debt Expected Before December. HIGH COST OF THE RESERVE. Its Maintenance Under Democratic Control Involves a Loss of $336,000,000. NEW YORK, N. V., June 24.— A Press Washington special says: For the third time since the Democratic party was placed in control of the Government the gold re serve is restored to $100,000,000. The contract with the bond syndicate requires the payment of $6,000,000 more in gold to the treasury. When the transac tion by which bonds are exchanged for gold is completed the combination which has been protecting the reserve will be under no further obligation to prevent the export of the yellow metal. It is a remarkable bit of financiering on the part of the Demo cratic administration — calmly to let the reserve be invaded and then frantically try to restore it. The question is often asked among finan cial observers i...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 25 June 1895

2 MRS. CORBETT'S CASE. Troubles of the Cham pion Coming- to a Cli max Very Soon. JIM WILL NOT TALK. He Claims to Know Absolutely Nothing About His Wife's Action. NO PROCEEDINGS IN DAKOTA. Mrs. Corbett Did Not Go to Yankton to Look After Her Legal Interests. NEW YORK, N. V., June 24— The marital troubles of Jim Corbett and wife seem to be approaching a climax. A re porter called at Mrs. Corbett's fine home, 140 West Eighty-eighth street, but her father, Mr. Lake, said the report that she had been to Yankton, S. D., to institute proceedings there against her husband was untrue. He further stated that his daugh ter had not been outside of New York for some little time. Howe & Hummel are Mrs. Corbett's at torcys, and Abe Hummel admits that there is a likelihood of the affair soon becoming very public in all its details, but just now' be declines to give out any particulars. The champion himself is almost as close mouthed as a clam on the subject, as the following dispatch shows: ASB...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 25 June 1895

PACIFIC COAST NEWS A Ukiah Deacon on Trial for Holding Up a . Stage. CONFESSION OF HILTON. Claims His Employer Planned the Robbery and Shared the Spoils. SONOMA'S PERMANENT FAIR. Superior Judges of San Diego De clare the i Game Law Un constitutional. - URIAH, Cal., June 24.— Superior Court room was crowded to-day at the pre liminary examination of George W. Hilton and David Oldham, charged with the rob • bery of the coast stage on June 15. Great interest is manifested because one of the accused, Oldham, is a deacon of the Baptist church and related to leading citizens of Ukiah. District Attor ney Stnrtevant and T. L. Carrothers are .conducting the prosecution, with Detective Thacker of Wells, Fargo & Co. close by, and Senator J. H. Seawell appears for Old ' ham. Hilton, who made a full confession, intends to plead guilty, and so has no counsel. The stage to the coast from Ukiah was ' stopped by a highwayman on June 15, and $1019 04 taken from Wells-Fargo's box. The robbery took ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 25 June 1895

4 NO ACTION ON SILVER Chairman Gould's Sharp Reply to Mitchell's Letter. HIS BEQUEST IGNORED. A Special Democratic Con vention Will Not Be Called. BELIEVED TO BE IMPOLITIC. Reasons Given for the Refusal to Make an Immediate Stand on the Issue. STOCKTON, Cal., June 24.— Frank Gould, chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee, to-day sent the fol lowing answer to the letter recently sent him by John W. Mitchell of Los Angeles, asking that a meeting of the State Central Committee be held to consider the advisa bility of convening a Democratic State Convention on the silver issue: Dear Sir: I am in receipt of your esteemed favor requesting that the State Central Com- mittee be convened for the purpose of calling a convention of the Democratic party to take a position upon the silver question. In your communication you say that "For a member of our party to stand idly by and Ignore the importance of the epoch through which we are at this moment passing is a con fession of blindne...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 25 June 1895

THE SWEDES CELEBRATE St. John's Day Is Appropri ately Honored by Local Societies. TWO FACTIONS IN THE LEAGUE. One Assembles at Harbor View Park and the Other at Metro politan Temple. Ft. John's, or Midsummer's day, as it is popularly called in Sweden, was appro priately celebrated by the Swedish popula tion of San Francisco yesterday. There was only one thing to disturb the pleasure of the occasion, and that was the schism in the ranks of the Swedish Patriotic League, concerning the manner in which the day should be observed. A majority favored holding the exercises at Harbor View Park, where dancing could be indulged in, and an occasional glass of beer could be had. The minority held that such things were unseemly on St. John's day, claiming that the event should be observed with song and prayer and patriotic speeches. As a result of this difference of opinion, there were two celebrations yesterday — one at Harbor View Park, beginning at 3 o'clock and lasting until the midnight hou...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 25 June 1895

6 Ob* M Mali CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ( DAILY CALL— »6 per year by mail; by carrier, 150 per week. SUNDAY CALL— f1.50 per year, h v :. ■'. WEEKLY CALL— SI.SO per year. The Eastern oflice of the SAN FRANCISCO CALL (Daily aid Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Rhinelander building, Rose and Duane streets, New York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Are yon going to the country on a vacation? If bo, It is no trouble for us to forward THE CALL to cur address. Do not let it miss yon for yon will niisß it. Orders given to the carrier, or left at Business Office, 710 Market street, will receive prompt attention. . TUESDAY .' JUNE 25,1895 It may be an off year, but politics stay with us. Money is a very accomplished thing, for it can both talk and fly. 77; 7 : "-77 The Twin Peaks are still yawning for the extension of Market street. As a parlimentary leader Rosebery was not much of a huckleberry. Consumption of home-made goods pre vents consumption of hom...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 25 June 1895

«*» „„„„ «_atf. TUESDAY JV X 35, 1895 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. At Colonel Andrews' request the corporation of which he was the head has been dissolved. Mrs. Isabella Martin professes to be in a state of siege in her residence on Van Ness avenue. The sealing schooner Sophia Sutherland ar rived yesterday from Japan with a light catch. The Board of Supervisors yesterday passed the ordinance Increasing the police "force to 550. Dr. Marc Livingston has petitioned to be appointed a special administrator in the Fair estate. Judge Wallace has released Ambrose Watson, holding that he was not in contempt of Judge Conlan. Marie Louise, the baby raised in an incubator at the Children's Hospital, is progressing favorably. * * Forty-seven applicants for legal diplomas are being examined by the Supreme Court Com missioners. A Fresno contractor has placed an order with the State Free Labor Bureau for 200 men to build a canal. Rev. Henry Varley talked to the Methodist ministers yesterday about "The Comin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 25 June 1895

8 CLASH OF CONTRACTORS. Master Bricklayers and Car penters Combine Against Each Other. MEN BROUGHT FROM DENVER. In the Fight Against the New Sys tem Henry Rohling Imports 'Bricklayers. The building trades are in a state of un rest over a contest between the carpenters and bricklayers, in which the whole sys tem of contracting on buildings in San Francisco is seriously involved. The car penters want everything one way, while contracting bricklayers are equally positive that their method shall prevail, and herein there is a clash of two important bodies of builders, which has taken the smaller men and those in other lines of the building trades with complete surprise. As to how the people who are about to build houses may fare in the present crisis is a rather difficult question to answer, for the contractors themselves decline to dis cuss that view of the subject, although one man, a plasterer, remarked yesterday that "between -two stools you come *to the ground," and that is exactly...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 25 June 1895

PARADE ON THE FOURTH. Some Features of the Big Pro cession on the Nation's Birthday. REVIEW ON VAN NESS AVENUE. Committeemen Who Have Per formed No Service to Be Stricken - From the Roll. The celebration of the National day this year promises to surpass anything of the kind ever given in this City" and in spite of the difficulty in collecting necessary funds, the outlook is 7 good for a display of which San Francisco may well be proud. The parade will be a special feature. There are to be nine divisions at least, and from the way acceptances are coming in the grand marshal thinks that more will be necessary. 77. '7;^7 The rendezvous for the procession will be at the foot of Market street, the various divisions forming on adjacent corners. The squadron of police will assemble on Drumm street. The procession will be headed . by the "National • colors in 'charge of a .regular army color-guard of twelve soldiers from the Presidio. A company of- mounted police will come nsxt. They will b...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 25 June 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Silver weaker. ..... Shipment of $162, 277 to China. Wheat dull. . . Feed Barley weaker. Oats continue to decline. Corn rather higher. Bye steady. Hogs declining. Beans unchanged. Potatoes and Onions steady. Butter firm. Eggs and Cheese weak. Poultry nominal. Asparagus scarce and wanted. Cherries, Peaches and Apricots firm. ; Citrus Fruits quiet. Dried Fruit working Into shape.. . Provisions unchanged. Hides as before. Mutton and Lamb higher. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. l*NiTr.i> States Department of Agricuj> TVFr. FATHER BUREAU, HAS FRANCISCO, June 24. 1895. 5 p. m. — Synopsis 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 55.20; Red Bluff 28.87, • last year 22.16; Sacramento 24.11, last year 16.35; San Francisco 25.70. last year 18.47; Fresno 14.15, last year 8.53: Los Angeles 15.93, last year 6.73; San Diego 11.61, last year 4.19; Y...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 25 June 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS A Prisoner Escapes From the Bailiff in Judge Frick's Court. THOMAS BROWN AT LIBERTY. Officers of the Pacific Athletic Asso ciation Elected— Line to Livermore. Thomas Brown, a young man who has been in the Alameda County Jail awaiting trial on a charge of attempted burglary for a month past, escaped from the dock in Judge Frick's court yesterday morning, and up to a . late hour last night was still nt liberty. Bailiff Smith went to the jail before court convened and brought Brown and two other prisoners over to be arraigned. When they were placed in the dock and the handcuffs removed, it was discovered that one of the men had been mistaken for a prisoner still in the jail, and Bailiff Smith went over to the District Attorney to see which one was wanted, and get an order on the jailer for him. Brown, who is a small man, slipped from the dock the instant Smith's hack was turned, and made for the door leading into the corridor. The deputy saw him just as the door was...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 25 June 1895

12 THE STOCK MARKET. All Comstock shares advanced yesterday, the improvement oelng most marked in the higher priced stock. Con. Cal. <fc Va. sold up to $2 70, Oohir to $1 55, Halo A Norcross to 94 cents, Mexican to 68 cents, and so on. The close was weaker. NOTES. Franklin Leonard, president of the Sutro Tunnel Company, arrived on the Comstock last evening, says the Virginia Chronicle of lust Saturday. Mr. Leonard will spend some days on the Comstock for the purpose of becoming conversant, with the situ ation, and his visit will no doubt result In benefit to the lode. In all probabilities arrangements will be made between the sutro Tunnel Company and the mining; company whereby the working of the Brunswick lode and the American Flat district will be mi.de beneficial to both, and to the community as well. A new strike of $30 ore is also announced In the official letter from the Ophlr. A lot of $500,000 In Southern Pacific Railroad of Arizona 6 per cent bonds sold in this market at...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 25 June 1895

CITY REAL ESTATE. * 7 , ■ - " * .• " I INVESTMENTS. 1 ■ ;7v * FOB INCOME. FOR SPECULATION. SEE THESE BARGAINS, WE HAVE OTHERS Al><>. • ; <BQfMVI Ht>WAß_ SI.. BET. STH AND •*?''Wu. C:h-2 stores and flat; rents $7&0 per annum. • . . .. ... ; <7~\ A A ** lON ST., NEAR 21ST— STORE «J I OKIKf. and rooms in rear, and 3 flats above; good income or speculation. . . Qft^AA '■' NEARLY NEW FLATS-5, 5 •iTKfOKJK}. and (I rooms end bath: 2 blocks N. of Market st.: rents $720 per annum; lot 26x96. Qk^_iAil SUTTER ST., NEAR SCOTT- •£K)KfKfKf. Store: 2 rooms In rear; flat above, 5 '■ rooms and bath; end stable for 2 horses: lot "7-6 x ' 62 .6. W7""llil NX- COR. BUCHANAN AND _ <QO I KJKJ. lit— store, small house and 3 5-room cottages; always rented; pays good Income. "vMllll : ' MODERN FLATS -4 AND 5 O«Ji-V.'U. rooms and bath; Baker at., near Geary . rents tor $500 per annum. ffl", J AAA DIAMOND ST., NEAR 18TH-COT- t^)-XKJ\JKI. tageand rear house: 7 anil 5 rooms and bath: ren...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 25 June 1895

14 DR. MARC LEVINGSTON AND THE REFORMERS. Exciting Finish to the Cases Against Dr. Dille et al. ALL THE DEFENDANTS GO FREE. Wallace Bradford Charges Openly That the Court Was Fixed. REEL TERRY CALLS C. W. REED A LIAR. Sensational Charges and Counter charges Made and All Is Not Over Yet. The charge of criminal libel made by Dr. Marc Levingston against Rev. E. R. Dille, I. J. Truman, George T. Gaden and D. Gilbert Dexter of the Civic Federation JUDGE CAMPBELL. VISITS JUDGE JOACHIMSEN, AND THE POLICE OOUBT SITS PARTLY EN BANC was dismissed yesterday afternoon by Judge Joachimsen, after the stormiest proceedings witnessed in a Police Court in this City for many a day. Attorneys in the case said the most uncomplimentary things o; each other. The audience ap plauded till his Honor got blue in the face, and Ju< c Campbell, who occupied a chair beside Judge Joachimsen, pulled his whiskers as if they were so much taffy and blushed for the faded reputation of his own unique tribunal. Reel ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 26 June 1895

VOLUME LXXVni.-NO. 26. BEDLAM LET LOOSE Kentucky's Democratic Convention in a State of Uproar. NOISE AND CONFUSION. For Hours the Chairman Is Unable* to Maintain Any Kind of Order. GOLD MEN ARE IN CONTROL. Great Struggle Ahead In the Blue Grass State for the Guberna torial Nomination. LOUISVILLE, Ky., June 25.— The Dem ocratic State Convention met here to-day for the purpose of nominating a fnll State ticket for the November election. The ac tion of the gathering or. the financial question is being awaited with interest by politicians of both parties throughout the country, and will have a marked influence upon the selection of a successor to United States Senator Joseph Blackburn, who re cently allied himself with the radical free Bilverites. At a late hour to-night it looks as though all business had come to an end for the Democratic Convention, For hours there has been nothing but noise and confusion on the part of the assemblage, which com pletely fills Music Hall. Every effort ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 26 June 1895

2 WORKING FOR SILVER. Plan of the Democratic Committee Selected at Memphis. ADDRESS TO ADHERENTS. Men of the Party Who Favor Free Coinage Askedio Meet at Washington. CO-OPERATION IS NOW DESIRED. Leaders Who Believe That Success Depends Upon Their Battle for Sound Money. MEMPHIS. Tens., June When the silver convention recently held here ad journed a meeting of prominent silver Democrats was held to formulate plans for the organization of a National bimetallic league, the purpose of which was declared to be to soon perfect the organization of silver Democrats throughout the country, so as to place them in control of county, State and National conventions in their expressions upon the financial question. Senators Turpie of Indiana, Jones of Arkansas and Harris of Tennessee were the leaders in the movement. It was decided to issue an address to silver Democrats throughout the United States asking tneir co-operation in the work. This letter has been prepared and a copy follows: Dear Sir:...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 26 June 1895

THE PACIFIC SLOPE Brady's Pursuers Again Close Upon His Trail. TRAVER'S BOY BANDITS. Trouble in the Tulare Schools Given an Airing in the Courts. VALLEJO MILLS TO REOPEN. Election In the Selma Irrigation District— End of a Sensational Fresno Suit. REDDING, Cal., June Mart Bow ers, one of the men who discovered Brady at Clear Creek, and who had the close gun fight with the bandit, arrived here from Cottonwood at 11 o'clock to-night with the information that Brady's whereabouts has been again discovered. Last night at 7 o'clock he appeared at the farmhouse of a man named McMurray, situated near Balls Ferry, east and a little north of Cot tonwood. He was given his supper, and a messenger was at once sent to notify an officer at Cottonwood. Constable Martin, Bowers and a small posse immediately started for McMurrays, and succeeded in finding his tracks, which were readily recognized from the fact that the bandit- wears a very small boot. The officers followed the tracks for two miles in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 26 June 1895

4 GOLD AT KOSK CREEK. Rich Find Made by a Party of Redding Prospectors. ORE NEAR THE SURFACE. Heavy Yield of the Precious Metal in the Samples Assayed. MINING EXCITEMENT REVIVED. It Is Thought That the Newly Found Lode Is That of the Famous Lost Cabin Claim. REDDING, Cal., J«ne 25.— Great excite ment prevails in mining circles in this city to-day. A large gold-bearing belt has just been discovered sixty miles to the north east.. The belt, so far as prospected, shows a width of 800 feet, and crops out boldly to a length of 7500 feet. The ore is dead-black quartz, heavily impregnated with iron and showing a trace of copper, and is abso lutely free milling. Samples have been ass.iyed by the United States mint and the Murray Brothers, assayers of this city, which gave an average value per ton of $00 in gold ami $(> in silver. The lode is situated on Kosk Creek, near its junction with Pitt River, and lies be tween a series of metamorphic and igneous rock formations. Local geologists a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 26 June 1895

THE BUY DISTRICT RACES. Chevalier's Ride on Tar and Tartar Was the Feature of the Day. HE RECEIVED AN OVATION. Played for a "Good Thing," Mt. Air Downed Howard In a Nose and-Nose Finish. The usual ten bookmakers cut in yesterday. Charley Quinn thought Bobolink had a chance of finishing in the place and donated a few dollars to the ring. Tar and Tartar's win was not a very produc tive one to his owner, Nick Hall, as Jockey Hinrlchs, whose horse McFarlane finished sec ond, bid the winner, entered to be sold for $100 up to $700, at which figure his owner re tained him. It was hinted in wise circles that Rlnfax had undergone the canning process, one early bird having seen a huge tin can, bearing a red lob ster label, on which was printed the request, "keep in a dark place," which he is positive was intended for the old chestnut. It was stated some days ago that Dan Honig, the St. Louis horseman, would shortly start for California with a string of racehorses. Pos sibly the wise Dan found...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 26 June 1895

6 me «„„„ -wall' r ' ■ ■ ■ CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— ?C per year by mail; by carrier, 15c per v. erk. SUNDAY CALL— »I 4O per year. "WEEKLY CALL— per year. The Eastern oflico of the SAX FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific (States Adver tising Bureau, Rhine-lander building, Rose and JJUaue streets. New York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Arc you going to the country on a vacation ? If to, >'. is no trouble for ns to forward THE CALL to your address. Do not let it miss you for you will Bliss it. Olden given to the carrier, or left at Badness Office, 710 Market street, will receive _rompt attention. WEDNESDAY JUNE 26, 1895 A famine is the next calamity that Cuba must face. "Will the Primrose League wear mourn ing at the Roseburying? A lottery ticket is worth just about as much as an exploded firecracker. It has been almost a month since the last star fell at Mount Hamilton. The nearer we get to the end of Cleve land's term the better th...

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