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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 26 June 1895

WeDNKSDAY ..;.... ....... juke 26, 1886 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. . Amelia Pternseber, a girl of 17, has invented « car-fender. - * Adolpheßoos left last week for the Eastern States and Europe. • - The British ship Drumeliff arrived yesterday after a tempestuous voyage from Liverpool. The first cremation took place yesterday in the new crematory at Odd Fellows' cemetery The Sperry FlourmilTs at South Valleio will fcegin operations for the season this morn ing. "" f.M h rit^ O H^n en en a ed in tearing down the days finuing many relics of early Editor Marcus D. Boruck passed away eud illness yeSte * after a comparatively short The board of directors of the Manufacturers' and Producers' Association of California met last evening. - The Superintendent of Streets has found lauit with the contractor who is macadamizing Cortland avenue. ' Chief Sullivan of the Fire Department has issued the usual warning to householders to prepare for the Fourth. Michael Farroll, a Potrero hotel-keeper, fell lr...

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. — 26 June 1895

8 THEY DEFIED THE LAW Obstinate Property-Holders Who Laughed at Court Orders. EJECTED BY THE' SHERIFF. Still Watching: the Premises and Hoping to Get Another Hold on the House. Prominent lawyer wanted to defend the owners and property corner Sherman and Cleveland streets, opposite ' Columbia square: proof, two re corded affidavits; no settlement could be made with FLIXN .t TREACY, street contractors; FLINN & TREACY working me unlawfully; occupy the premises now with a shotgun. Jt. USZYNSKI, widow. The battle of Uszynski, as they call it out at Columbia square, has already been fought, and a record of the conflict, stub bornly contested and unique in many re spects, may be found in the records of the Sheriff's office. The above notice, which appeared in yesterday's issue of the Call, is an aftermath, and at the same time an invitation to further difficulty should any aspiring attorney appear upon the scene willing to work for glory. It all came about this way: The widow Uszynski,...

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. — 26 June 1895

A MISSION AT SAN DIEGO The Lutheran Synod Will Es tablish Such an Organ- ization. THE SESSIONS CLOSE TO-DAY. Report of the Committee on Candi dates Occasioned a Long and Animated Discussion. Yesterday was the anniversary of the delivery of the Augsberg confession, an epoch in the history of the Lutheran faith, and the California and Oregon District Synod of that chmch commemorated it by singing Luther's well-known hymn, 'Kin leste Burg Ist Unser Gott," at the opening of one of the sessions. The morning was devoted to a discussion of the last two theses which embody the Lutheran creed. The discussion was upon some minor theological points, for the truth of the theses is regarded as beyond question. The eighth thesis is: Although the Gospei teaches that we can be Justified merely through faith iv the Savior, Bey. G. Kunkel of Los Angeles. without merit or worthiness of our own, it in noway hinders good works, but, on the con 2_P_ creates a new sentiment in the heart Which makes us wil...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 26 June 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Silver unchanged. Wheat and Barley firm. Oats weak. Bye steady. Corn in light supply. Hay easy. Rolled Barley firm. Decreased shipments of Flour. Beans unchanged. ~£3S6K Potatoes and Onions steady. * Butter advancing. Eggs declining. • Poultry plentiful and weak. Peaches easy. Apricots firm. Cherries bring higher prices. Berries cheap and weak. Vegetables lower as a rule. Provisions unchanged. • Hides steady at previous prices. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. United States Department of aokicul _ritF. Weather Bureau, san - Francisco, June 25, 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; Yuma 2.97, last year 2.16. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 26 June 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS C. R.Bennett to Be Tried Again ! for Shooting at George Gray. PLEADED ONCE IN JEOPARDY. J. L. Wetmore, the Capitalist, Falls a Victim to Sunstroke at Livermore. C. R. Bennett, ex-secretary of the San Francisco Society for the Suppression of Vice, will have to undergo a third trial for the shooting of old George Gray. Judge Ogden yesterday set aside the verdict of the jury which recently found Bennett guilty of assault to murder, and granted Bennett a new trial. On the first trial of the case the jury was informed that it might bring in any one of five verdicts, Including assault with a deadly weapon, and it promptly found the ex-secretary guilty of that offense. The charge was assault to murder. On that occasion Judge Ogden set the verdict aside and granted the defendant a new trial on the ground that the case had been conducted in a manner unfair to Bennett. The second trial resulted, as stated, in a verdict of assault to murder. The ground on which the second v...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 26 June 1895

12 REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. Mageie Mero to George M. Hurlbut and A. Bar nard, undivided half of lot on S line of Birch street, 220 W of Octavia, AY 25 by S 60; $10. John and Anna Hem-ken to Sylvester Pearl, lot on W line of Pierce street, 100 N of Page, N 25 by AY 106:3: $10. Richard Daverkosen to Frank Daverkosen, all interest In lot on N line of Bush street, 137:6 W of Scott. AY 27:6 by N 137:6; $50. City and County of San Francisco to Edward Burns, lot on AY "line of Capp street, 275 N of Twenty-second, N 30 by W 122:6; $— . M. .Morcenlhau Company (a. corporation) to Hannah McCarty, lot on S line of Twenty-first street, 100 E of Bryant avenue, E 25 by S 100; $10. same to Christian N. Jensen, lot on AY line of York street, 155 S of Twenty-first, S 27:8 by AY 100: $10. John— Maria Eneisch to Conrad Ilirt, lot on S line of Day street, 130 AY of Sanchez, W 25 by S 114: $10. and Grade Borel and G. A. Berton to Marie K. E. Be.rton, lot on s line of California street, 97:6 AY of Mason,...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 26 June 1895

, S_E? REAI - estate. j H. UMBSEN A CO.. REAL ESTATE AGENTS, RENT COLLECTORS AND AUCTIONEERS. 14 Montgomery st., near Market, San Francisco. Call and obtain one of our "Baal Estate Records." which- contains a list of properties for sale in all parts Of the city. " . >: .17 IMPROVED PROPERTY. ©11 r\f\(\ PACIFIC HEIGHTS MANSION: «3MI.UUU. Broadway; elegant bay-window- residence of 9 rooms and bath: grand marine views; lot 35x100. • ym\~\*~) KflA LOVELY AVESTERN ADDI- *!D-L_'.OUU. tlon home: nice 2-story bay-win- • dow residence of Id rooms and bath, laundry, base- ment, etc.: brick foundation; stone walks: all mod- ern Improvements and conveniences: large grounds; 62:6x112:6 with ell 25x37:6: nice gar- den: Broadway; well located; furniture included. • Q^AAA BUSINESS CORNER ON 26TH ST.; «*?«JUUU. store and 3 rooms and flat of 5 rooms find bath; brick foundation; this is cheap; one- half of lot vacant. Q9A AAA KENT $2100 PER ANNUM; — i'.Uv'w. several new modern flats on San Jose aye...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 26 June 1895

14 DR. FITCH- -THE NEW WOMAN --SHAKESPEARE The Medical Man Defies Miss Anthony and Her Lieu tenant. SAYS THEY ARE OLD MAIDS. In Advocating Women's Rights, He Declares, They Menace the Republic. Dr. George L. Pitch refuses to sit supinely to be trodden upon by the new woman or the advance guard of the new woman. He is not troubled at the comments made upon his course of action by Miss Susan B. Anthony and Miss Amu 11. Shaw, and he doubts the ability of the former lady to "can" him, her desire to perform which operation was published in yesterday's Call. Furthermore, the doctor does not pro pose to play a waiting came. Already he has taken np the cudgels in his own be half, and is preparing a paper for publica tion, which he will entitle "Woman's Rights— Humanity's Wrong." He has it partially completed and is merely awaiting the arrival of some statistics which he needs before launching the publication to the world. "I'm in this fight to stay," said the doctor yesterday, when seen at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 June 1895

VOLUME LXXVIII.-NO. 27. MARGIN THE CHOICE Nominated for Governor by the Kentucky Democrats. CLAY MEN ARE BEATEN. Resolutions Indorsing Cleve land and Carlisle Are Adopted. SILVER ISSUES SHUT OUT. But the State Standard- Bearer Is an Advocate of Free Coinage. LOUISVILLE, Ky.. June 26.— Parker Watkins Hardin of Mercer County was to night nominated by the Democrats of Ken tucky to make the race for Governor against W. O. Bradley, among the most re markable demonstrations over" seen in a convention. Only one ballot was necessary and the representative of the free silver ele ment had plenty of votes to spare after se curing the necessary number. There were sixty-nine complimentary votes cast in the ballot, twenty-four belonging to Hardin which would undoubtedly have been his •had it been necessary to take another. When it became known that the 440 voces necessary to a choice had been cast for the successful candidate thej delegates broke all bounds. They leaped in the chairs, waved their...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 June 1895

2 AFTER SEVEN YEARS. An Interesting Report in a Singular Case. DISPUTE OF THE PLUMBS. Peculiar Suit of Marie Jeanette Against Her Doting Father. URGED ON BY HER HUSBAND. Society People, Army and Navy Officers Dragged Into the Controversy. NEW YORK. N. V., June 26.— There was tiled this evening a report in a singular ca>e, which has been hanging tire for seven years. It concerns a matter of i, which liad been lett to Miss Marie Jeanette Plumb, formerly of Brooklyn, with her father as guardian and trustee. In the course of a trip abroad Miss Piumb became enamored of a young Englishman, and, much against the wishes of her father and guardian, she married him. That was in England. On their return to this country — and it is claimed prompted by her husband — the young woman brought suit against her father for an ac counting of $00,000. The case was placed in the hands of the law firm of Yanpelt, (.uming & Goodwin. That was nearly seven years ago. The details were so complicated an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 June 1895

THE PACIFIC COAST. Arrest of a Famous New York Crook in San Diego. NEWS Or MARE ISLAND. General Schofield and Party the Guests of Tacoma Citizens. SURVEYORS NEARING VISALIA. Fruit-Growers to Hold a Council at Penryn— Improvements for Healdsburg. SAN DIEGO, Cal., June 26.— A sensa tional arrest was made here to-day by New York detectives, and the man they ■want to take back has had attorneys insti tute habeas corpus proceedings to release him. He came here six months ago. ac companied by his wife, and gave the name of G. S. Bradford. He at once looked about for suitable property, and purchased eleven lots in different parts of the town. He built three dwellings and got good ten ants, but all the property was in the name of Mrs. Martha Kettlewell, who turns out to be his mother-in-law, residing at Rush ford, Minn. Two weeks ago came W. A. Gade, a New York commission merchant, and Detec tive J. J. Murphy on a search for one Philip McManus, who was wanted there for defrauding creditors ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 June 1895

4 COLFAX MEN ACCUSED Serious Charges Against a Coroner and an Undertaker. MONEY FOR A CORPSE. Relatives of a Ukiah Man Made to Believe That He Was Dead. THEY MOUKN WITHOUT CAUSE. The Body of a Stranger In a Casket Alleged to Contain John Dowling's Remains. URIAH, C.kif, June 2G. — For several days people of Ukiah have been mourning the death of John Dowling, who was re ported killed at Colfax. Now comes the intelligence that Dowling is still living, and with it the rumor of a deliberate at tempt to extort money from his relatives by utilizing the bodvof a stranger. UKIAH, Cai,., June 26. — Mrs. Mary Dowling is a. widowed mother of a large family, who has resided in Ukiah seven years. Her husband was the owner of some very valuable mining property at Flat, Nevada County. Not iong after moving his family to Ukiah Dowling took sii'k and died, and the care of the property and family has since devolved upon the widow. A grown son, John Dowling, resides at Moore's Flat, and looks after th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 June 1895

ATHLETES COME HOME Delighted With Their Eastern Trip and Con quests. LIST OF TROPHIES WON. Some Events and Incidents of Their Elarht Weeks' Journey. The victorious athletes of the University of California sounded their college yell in tiic Sierras as they crossed the State line early yesterday morning. The boys were glad to get on the soil of California again, after an absence of eight weeks and a jour ney of 8000 miles by rail. Th.c college yell had in its tones more of the quality of glad ness than the boast of achievement. It is true that the conquering young athletes bear with them as trophies captured on college fields twenty-two cups, five medals and 137 badges, but the joy of winning them was not equal to the pleasure of get ting nome. Barnes and Dozier, two of the team, left their associates at Sacramento to take the shortest road to their homes in Southern California. At Sacramento the college'yell was given them in the depot. Manager North was seen in the tourist sleeper t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 June 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: . DAILY CALL— *3 per year by mail; by carrier, 15c per week. SUNDAY CALL— per year. "WEEKLY CALL— »I.SO per year. • The Kastern office of the SAN FRANCISCO CALL (Dally and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Uhinelander building, Hose and pu.ine streets, New York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Are yon going to the country on a vacation ? If to. it Is no trouble for us to forward Til CALL to your address. Do not let it miss you for you will BilM It, Orders given to the carrier, or left at Business Office, 710 Market street," will receive prompt attention. THURSDAY JUNK 27, 1896 Don't be a dupe of the lottery fiend. The old City Hall pans out like a junk shop. Help the celebration ol the glorious Fourth. Democrats can neither agree nor consent to disagree. Every dollar spent for lottery tickets is !om to industry. Every one of San Francisco's hills is a splendid observatory. It is a poor cobble that can't find some Silu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 June 1895

THURSDAY JTJXE 27, 1895 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. The Milwaukee Brewery of San Francisco has filed article* of incorporation. Hedwie- Lee, who is married to a Chinaman excited the interest of the City and County Hospital patients. * The Debris Commission proposes to enforce its regulations by means of a criminal action against delinquents. v Thirty-five of the forty-seven applicants for Ire.! diplomas were passed by the Supreme Court Commissioners. "lucme An exhibition of pictures given by local artist* in payment of dues was opened' yester day at the Art Institute. fr The f victorious Berkeley athletes returned SZ&LESSSff Eaßt last night ,'''■ J O i ep h Krnuskopf delivered a farewell lecture last evening on the subject of The Israelite as a Husbandman." « .?«« Supervisors held a night session to con sider the City «rarba>re question yesterday but postponed action for sixty days. The Richmond District Improvement Club will petition . th c Supervisors to extend Wash ington street t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 June 1895

8 IN THE STATE DAIRIES An Interesting Visit to the Fal lon Creamery in Marin County. WITH COMMISSIONER BURBANK. How the Babcock Test Appraises Milk and Interests the Ranchers. A representative of one of the largest separator companies in answer to the ques tion where is the largest creamery in the United States located, and how large is it, replied, in the little State of Vermont, and the company has $150,000 capital and in the height of the milking season receives the cream Irom the milk of 15,000 cows. It has separators at most of the railroad stations within seventy-five miles of the creamery, and the milk is delivered to the Bkimming station and the cream shipped in cans to the creamery every day. One of the California State Dairy Commissioners estimates that there are in this State 400,000 milch cows, and the Cm.l, which is always to the front and speaks for all, realizing the importance of this industry, proposes to give up some of its valuable space to the dairy interests of ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 June 1895

THE GARBAGE FRANCHISE It Is Hotly Discussed Before the Board of Super visors. A VERY VALUABLE MONOPOLY. Some of the Inventors of Fenders to Have a Chance In a Prac tical Test. The Board of Supervisors held a session last night for the purpose of considerinc the long-pending garbage franchise. Su pervisor Taylor called the board to order and Supervisor Benjamin, on motion of Supervisor Spreckels, took the chair to preside over the committee of the whole. There were two bidders only for the building of a crematory and handling the City's garbage. Henry J. Lang offered to build a crematory with a capacity of 200 a day, to cost $125,(X\). He will give $1000 for the franchise and agrees to do the work of cremating the garbage at 20 cents a cubic yard. He will build the crematory in twenty months from the day of securing the franchise. The other bidder was A. E. "Williams. He agreed to build a crematory costing $250,000, having a capacity of 150 tons; will charge 25 cents a cubic yard; wi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 June 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Linseed Oil advanced again. Coal coming forward liberally. Large output of Canned Fruit expected. Grain bags lower and dulL Silver unchanged. Wheat freights inactive. Wheat dull. Fair demand for Barley. Oats and Rye quiet, • ' » Corn linn. Feedstufts unchanged. Hay in sufficient supply. Beans unchanged. Potatoes and Onions steady. Butter higher. Eggs lower. No change En Cheese. Poultry in heavy supply. Vegetables lending downward. Another advance in Apricots. Pried Apricots. Be, Sy»c and stiff. Citrus Fruits quiet. Nuts and Raisins neglected. , ■■ Provisions inactive. Wool higher and cleaned up. Hops completely dead. Hides and Leather quiet. • Mutton and Pork firm. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. Unitep States Department of 'Agrictji^ TV)i>". WhaTHKR lllllMl'. SAN" Fk\^TCISCO. June 26, 1895, 5 p. ii. — Synopsis and general forecast. The following are the seasonal rainfalls to date as compared with those Of the same date last year: Eureka .la...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 June 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS AssesSbr Dalton Fixes Values on the Street Railroad Lines. RAISED NEARLY A MILLION. Drs. Self ridge and Bradley Will Sue for Seats on the Board of Health. Assessor Dalton made a few entries in the assessment rolls yesterday which will cause street railway corporations to pay taxes on $315,525 more than they did in 1894; The estimates were made by competent men selected particularly with reference to their fitness for the task, and, while Mr. Dalton expects that his valuations will be attacked .when the rolls are placed before the Supervisors, sitting as a Board of Equalization, he has every confidence that his position will be maintained. The new assessed Valuations made by the Assessor are as follows : Oentra'.-iivenue Railroad Company— Last year, 17,025; this year, $46,925; increase, $29,000. » Oakland Railroad Company (Telegraph- Rvenue line)— Last year, $58,125; this year, $211,275; Increase, $153,150. Oakland Railroad Company (San Pablo-ave nue lip.")— Last ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 June 1895

12 THE STOCK MARKET. Stocks continue to advance, but business is hard ly as brisk as It was several days ago. Yesterday Con. Cal. A Va. rose to. 92 85, Ophlr to $170 and the other stocks in proportion, the advance being general. The close was rather weak. NOTES. The French and German savings banks have each declared a semi-annual dividend at the rate of 4 8-10 per cent per annum on term deposits and 4 per cent per annum on ordinary deposits, payable July 1. In tho Savage • on the 950 level east crosscut 1 from the north lateral drift started 106 feet north of the station is advanced 35 feet, in porphyry and stringers in quartz. The south drift from the sta tion is advanced 48 feet: face continues In low grade quart/.. For the purpose of getting better ventilation they have drifted north 35 feet from the upraise and connected with the west crosscut from the (ace of north drift, fourth floor: the upper lace of the crosscut is In good ore. The west crosscut from the face of the south d...

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