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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 June 1895

CITY REAL ESTATE. Al. HORIGKK. ' LOUIS A. 80UC. I A. SOUC & CO., J. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS. HOUSES RENTED. RENTS COLLECTED. / 465 AND 467 VALENCIA ST., NEAR 16TH. $6500—30x122:6: Mission St., near 19th; 2 bay- window houses 6 rooms and bath each; look at this for an investment. • „„ „ $6750— Valencia St., near 20th; bay-win- dow house 8 rooms and bath; in perfect order; fine business block. -25x114; 22d st., near Valencia; 2-story house 6 rooms and bath; street bituminized: cars pass the uroperty ; lot worth the aKMey; must be ■old $6000—60x114: Dorland st., near Guerrero: 2- story house; 8 rooms, bath, laundry; all in perfect order; fine grounds. $6250-25x115; Guerrero st., near 14th; bay- window flats, ■"> and 6 rooms and bath: modern lm- provements: always rented. $5000—25x90; 17th st., near Valencia; modern bay-window cottage, 5 rooms and bath; 7- foot base ment; servant's room; in perfect order ;cor.y home; easy terms. $4700—50x115; Fair Oaks. nr. 24th; 2-stor...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 June 1895

14 ONE OF THE WEBER MURDERERS ARRESTED Strong Chain of Circum stantial Evidence Against Him. HIS NAME IVAN KOVALEV Wearing the Murdered Man's Trousers and Suspenders When Caught. MADE AN ALLEGED CONFESSION. One of the Murderers Burled in San Jose, and the Third Still at Large. The perpetrators of the brutal murder of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. L. Weber in their bom? in Sacramento on the night of December '29 last are at last known and one of them Ivan Kovalev, alias John Dubroff, is now in the City Prison. The first clew that led to the arrest of Kovalev was given by E. L. Bennett of 937 Post street. He is a friend of Deputy ZAKSEWSKIE. Sheriff Martin Hughes and on June 17 he saw Hughes in the City Hall and told him ! that L. Stephens, a photographer at 715 , Howard street, knew something about the j Weber murders. Hughes advised Bennett i to tell Captain Lees what He knew and ; Bennett at once did so. His story was that ■ Stevens knew a boy who was acquainted j with two men who murdered th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 June 1895

VOLUME LXXVIII.— NO. 28. GREATEST CONFLAGRATION OF THE DECADE IF it was the firebug, he demonstrated last night how he needs watching. His business has developed into the wholesale. The block of buildings bounded by Filth, Fourth, Brannan and Bryant streets w.is swept away by flames last evening, which, &Ot satisfied, sprang across Fourth street and ate ravenously into the Mock eastward, toward the water and the Mail docks. A lack of water and the presence of a of wina gave every reason to those who witnessed the almost unresisted sweep uf the tire that a tremendous path of ruins would stretch through the half mile of frame structures that extended from the point of the initial blaze to the water front and its shipping. The veering wind, however, which turned the big blaze back over the ruin it had already wrought, and where the completeness of its work had left noth ing for it to feed upon, saved the south of Market street. As it was there was enough. All the horror and panic a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 June 1895

2 Graff, saloon, insured; No. 520, Shirley House, owned by John Shirley, loss $SOOO, insurance $<>o00; No. 522, H. Grosman, bakery, loss $300; N0. .521, J. Judic, saloon, insurance $400; No. 526, A. Wagner, pawn shop, loss $1500, insurance $1200; No. 528, V. Connelly, saloon, loss $1700, insurance |1500; N<>. 532, K. Kisleh. coffee-house, in surance $1000; No. 532, Richard Manning, lodging-house; No. 534, Mrs. Gardiner, laundry ornce; No. . r iH<>, D. P. Kenny, butcher, insurance $250. EAST OF FOURTH. A Brick Euilding, a Space and a Bat tle In the Center of a Block. The course of the fire np Freelon street was extremely rapid. This little thorough fare, which runs from the mitidle of one block across Fourth street and half way across the next block, lay almost in the center of the path of the fire. The west ern end cf Freelon street reached into the nest of factories and lumber piles in the center of the block, which were first seized on by the flames. The street w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 June 1895

however, and the blanket breaking his fall he escaped with a severe snaking and a few burns. The convent, parochial school and the new St. Rose's Church were all a complete loss. The latter was a new building, and not quite complete, but now all that re mains of it are the brick walls. The prop erty was on Brannan street, near Fourth, and Rev. Father D. F. Nugent was rector. The church cost about $20,000, and the loss •will probably be covered by insurance. In the convent where the Sisters of the Holy Name taught about 500 children everything was lost. * NARROW ESCAPES. Assistant Chief Dougherty Res cues a Man and Kennard Bad!y HuYt. A ristant Chief Dougherty, by his pres ence of mind, saved one of his men from death. The wails of the Horstman Soda Works were tottering and the fireman was at work all unconscious of his danger, al men called to him, but he did not hear. It was then that Dougherty rushed in and pulled his subordinate to a place of safety. Both were knocked down by som...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 June 1895

4 CRUSHED BY WALLS. Firemen Killed During- a Conflagration in Minneapolis. BODIES IN THE RUINS. Remains of Some of the Vic tims Recovered by Rescuers. AT LEAST NINE MEN PERISH. Distressing Scenes Witnessed in the Pathway of the Devour ing Flames. MINNEAPOLIS, Minx.. June 27.— At 11 o'clock to-iii;_ r ht the most disastrous lire in this city in point of loss of life since the Tribune lire of 1889 originated in the five- Btory building at 240 and 242 First avenue south, occupied by McDonald Brothers, wholesale crockery. The first alarm, turned in at 11 o'clock, was immediately followed by a second and third alarm and a general call for the fire department. The blaze started in the rear of the upper stories, but soon communicated it sc'f to the front building and burst forth from the roof. In half an hour the roof gave way and two minutes later a part of the side wall fell, crushing beneath its ruins a group of firemen in the alley way. Six men were taken out dead, of whom the bodies o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 June 1895

MAY NOT COME OFF Texas Authorities Try to Prevent the Big Fight. A JOKER IN THE CODE. But the Little "If" Is Removed and Prize Slogging Is a Felony. PASTORS ABE ON THE ALERT. Manager Stuart Says, However, That Only War Can Stop the Corbett-Fitzsimmons Mill. NEW YORK, N. V., June 27.— The Her ald's correspondent at Austin. Tex., tele graphs that Attorney-General M. M. Crane, under date of June 21, wrote a long letter to Rev. W. Irving Carroll, secretary of the Pastors' Association of Dallas, from which this is an extract: "The course for your people to pursue, if you desire to prevent this prize-fight, politely termed a 'glove contest.' is to apply to your local officers, certainly to your county attor ney. But, until he is called upon, it would be indelicate for me to indicate wnat I think the law is. It is well known that the last Legis lature enacted a new Fenal Code, and it might be that an examination of its provisions would chance the opinion of some people as to the Insufficie...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 June 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. "%:",*;; SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— per year by mail; by carrier, 15c per week. SUNDAY CALL-tl.rO per year. WEEKLY CALL— per year. The Eastern Office of the SAX FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific States Adver- tising Bureau, Uhinelander building, Hose and Puaoe streets, New York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Are yon crolng to the country on a vacation ? . If in, it is no trouble lor us to forward THE CALL to yournddress. Do not let it miss you for you will miss it. Orders given to the carrier, or left at Business Office, 710 Market street, will receive promjit attention. FRIDAY JTIXE 28, 1895 Help the home market. Keep the Fourth in mind. Beware of lottery fakes and fiends. Kentucky's Blackburn is now a heart burn. - ajf Cleveland evidently nas Democracy in his fish basket. The apricot-grower has something like a bonanza this year. Olney's vigorous policy must have struck a snag somewhere. Considering that these are the holidays, th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 June 1895

: I'AY JUNE 28, 1895 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. Condensed City news on seventh page of the Call Brief City itemb «re to be found on this page of the Call every day. The first indoor contort took place last night at the Y. M. C. A. building. Local Item?, bright and brief, can be lound on this ] age ol ii;>' CaIX every morning. • The weather forecast for to-day Is: Fair; stationary temperature; brisk westerly winds. Between '200 and 300 people went on the Y. If . C. A. excursion/ yesterday to Pacific tirove. ■ Com: •■■•"".: the Fourth reported yesterday th«: arra igements wore being made for a great day. Miss Anthony find Miss Shaw addressed a large audience nt Metropolitan Temple last evening. Thomas Price, the chemist, .'.vrs given a ver dict lor ?uooo in the Circuit Couri of Appeals "lay. The funeral of Marcus D. Bo ruck, the veteran Journalist, was held yesterday under the aus pices of the Masons. Mrs. Phoebe Hearst has offered four more yearly scholarships at Berkeley university to c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 June 1895

8 BAD SONOMA INDIANS They Murderously At tack a Lone Char coal-Burner. HIS RECOVERY DOUBTFUL The Victim Terribly Mutilated by Blows With a Brush- Hook. EOTH CULPRITS IN PRISON. After Leaving Their Man for Dead, They Filled Up on Wine and Then Fled. SANTA ROSA, Cal., June 2S.— Peter Al berijii, an Italian charcoal - burner on Lewellyn Hall's ranch in Alexander Valley, was savagely attacked and terribly mutil ated with a brushhook by two Indians named Willis Dugan and Jim Trico, on Tuesday night. The latter have been ar rested and are in jail here awaiting trial, which will commence next Tuesday. Alberigi was lying in bed at his cabin when the Indians rapped at the door. Upon his refusal to admit them they broke in the door with a mattock. The unfortunate man took hold of a brush hook with which to defend himself, but the Indians took it from him and com mencea to beat him upon the head, back and shoulders. Twenty-four times they did this before desisting, believing that their victim ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 June 1895

BUDD TAKES A HAND. An of the Normal School to Be Made. CHASE'S ORAL REPORT. He Attempts to Gloss Over the Disruption Among the Faculty. TOUR RESIGNATIONS OFFERED. The Teachers Will Be Requested to State the Cause of Their Action. SAX JOSE, C.v.., June 27.— Governor Budd and the trustees of the State Normal School assem tiled here to-night and en gaged in a protracted investigation of the troubles which have disrupted the faculty causing some of the best instructors to re- sign. The trustees met informally in the after noon and examined a number of applica tions for positions as teachers. At 4 o'clock the board met Governor Budd, who had just arrived from Ban Francisco, at the broad-gauge depot. The Governor was taken in a carriage for a tour of inspection of the grounds and buildings of the Normal School. All departments of the school were visited, and then the trustees accepted an invitation from Governor Budd to dine with him at the Veudome. The board returned to the Normal School...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 June 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. f-iiver unchanged. . .• . Wheat firm and active. . - ' Barley easier. Oats weak and dull. Some change in Corn. Rye lower. ; Hay weaker. All kinds of Beans are quiet. I'otatoes arid Onions unchanged. Butter firm. Eggs very weak. More Eastern Poultry in. Fruit not materially changed. jterries lower. Hides firm In Eastern markets, Provisions unchanged. Vegetables in rooi! supply. i i WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. T'MTKH Rtatks Dkpaktmevt OF Aotiiculv tcrf. Weathkb Burkau, SAY Francisco, June 27, JS')j, 5 v. m. — Synopsis and general forecast. The following are the seasonal rainfalls to date as compared with those of the same date last year: fcureka 46.80, last year 55.20; Rod Bluff 28.87, last year 22.15: Sacramento 24.11, last year 16.36: £.in Francisco 25.^0. last year IS. 17: Fresno 14.15, last year 8.58: Los Angeles 15.93, last year 6.73; San Diego 11.61, last year 4.19; Yuma 2.97, last year '.'. 18. The following maximum temperatures have b...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 June 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS Action of Tide and Waves Renders a Water-Front Title Invalid. A DECISION BY JUDGE OGDEN. Death of a Former Principal of the Lincoln School — Local Brevities. According to a decision of Judge Ogdcn, rendered yesterday in the case of the Oak land Homestead Association vs. T. W. ("order et al., the waves of the bay have destroyed any title which the plaintiff might otherwise have had to valuable property on the water front of Butcher town, "West Berkeley. The land in litigation consists of a strip 1054 feet long, lying between the Peabody | land and Onion street and fronting directly on the bay. The plaintiffs claimed that this land was j a portion of the V. and 1). Peralta Rancho, title of which had been confirmed by the State to V. and P. Peralta, and that the association had acquired their title from the original owners. During the trial of the case it was brought out that the action of the tides and waves which sweep over the disputed property constantly wears a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 June 1895

12 AMONG THE COAST MINES. I Rich Finds South of Indio Have Been Reported Recently. GRASS VALLEY PROSPECTS. A French Syndicate, It Is Said, Has Arranged for a Big Deal. The place of W. M. James, for many years superintendent of the Uncle Sam mine, Shasta County, who is about to leave for South Africa, has been filled by the ap pointment of S. J. Johns, son of William Johns, general manager of the Sierra j Buttes Mining Company (limited). The 1 Uncle Sam is one of the four mines in this State owned by the Sierra Buttes Com pany. Thomas N. Leggett, general manager of the Standard Con. mine at Bodie, is the latest Californian mining superintendent to accept a responsible position in the South African mines, and he leaves next week ■with his family for Johannesburg. Mr. Leggett has been very successful in his management of the Standard and the mine has paid much during his administration. He put in not lone since the most com plete eiectric power plant for mining pur poses in this State,...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 June 1895

BUSINESS CHANCES. rro SELL A Bl BINESSOF ANY ICINTJ^QUIcIc i for cash see STRAND A TUTTLE, 45 Third st. -^00 FRUIT AND VEGETABLE STORE; •„ «J\/V/. large profits: good horse and wagon; createst bargain ever offered for the money: worth double amount. STRAND A TUTTLE, 45 Third. Ql 7 II M WOOD AND COAL YARD; 6 <pX I "VI. horses, 4 wagons, 1 hack, harnesses, etc.; rent $10. STRAND A TUTTLE, 45 Third. fljj ; • ■; a Fork AND DELICATESSEN <PUUU. store; pays well; rent $20; sickness cause of sale. STRAND A TUTTLE, 45Tliird st. 1 900 PA KIN WANTED IN A FIRST- .? •— ''V. class paying corner saloon: elegant place: one of the finest in the city; opposite new City Hall: clears easily $150 per' month to each. STRAND A TUTTLE, 45 Third st. QOXA SALOON AND 10 FURNISHED OOOU. rooms: Clears $200 per month: great bargain. STRAND A TUTTLE. 45 Third st. Q99' BRANCH BAKERY', ' COFFEE, •— — «'• lunch and Ice-cream parlor: 2 rooms; cheap rent: near Baldwin Hotel good place. See RAND v TUTTLE, 45 Thir...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 June 1895

14 DUFFIELD'S FINE HAND It Caused Professor Davidson's j Removal From the Coast Survey. SOME OF THE INSIDE HISTORY. The Incident Becomes a National Event— Cleveland and Carlisle Wired. The inside history of the removal of Professor George Davidson will disclose the fact that men in Washington holding high and responsible positions are guided by small jealousies and feelings of resent jaent that would disgrace a church choir. When all the facts come to light it will be shown that President Cleveland and Sec retary Carlisle have been misled, if not de liberately deceived, by General Duffield, superintendent of the Coast Survey. The .superintendent is quoted as saying: "It will be recalled that when the sundry civil appropriation bill was pending in Congress a petition was received from Cali fornia praying that the professor be re tained. Congress took no action in the j matter, and the result is that Davidsou I must go.'' Superintendent Duffield does not give the true version. The rea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 June 1895

VOLUME LXXVHI.-NO. 29. WITHIN PARTY LINES How Silver Men of the West Will Conduct the Fight. COLONEL TRUMBO'S IDEA. Eastern Stubbornness Refuses to Perceive Important Facts. THE WHITE- METAL STANDARD. ' Its Consideration Far More Impor tant Than All Questions of Tariff. NEW YORK, N. V., June 28.— Colonel Isaac Trumbo, who led the fignt for silver in the late convention of the Republican League at Cleveland, was in the city to day. He is one of the youngest Repub lican leaders in the West, but there are none more active and who have accom plished more at his time of life. He is not yet 40, but he has made a fortune, and it is generally agreed that he will be elected United States Senator from Utah this winter. Although a vigorous advocate of unlim ited silver coinage, tne colonel has in variru .y refused to go outside party lines in making the tight. Threats of bolting in the event of a gold platform being adopted by the coming National Republi can convention he considers most unwise...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 June 1895

2 River at this city, and that $15,000 was act ually paid to said cempany before any work had been performed or materials fur nished; and they further agree to pay $15,000 more when paid contemplated bridge shall be completed, if com pleted by December 30, 1595. The payment of the $15,000 and the agreement to pay the re maining $15,000 was without authority of law." A sensational part of the report is that the claim for the money paid to the rail road company purports to have been sworn to be W. B. Hamilton, County Clerk, when }n fact it was not sworn to before him or any other officer. This claim, the report rays, was made out at the request of Eu gene Gregory, ex-Mayor of Sacramento. "In justification of their action," con tinues the report, "the Board of Super visors claim that the railroad company agreed to construct a 6teel bridge at a cost of $260,000. when in reality no contract to that effect was ever made. The Grand Jury recommends that a demand be made upon the railroad co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 June 1895

ALONG THE COAST Bright Prospects for the State Fair at Sac ramento. A GOOD ROADS MEETING. Four Deaths the Probable Re sult of the Franklin Mine Disaster. STREET RAILWAY FOR AT7BURN. The Fifth Hold-Up Within Three Months Scored by the Topsy Grade Bandit. SACRAMENTO, Cal., June 28.— "TheTe | has never been so bright an outlook in ! State Fair matters in the history of Cali- i fornia as there is this year," said Director | Land when questioned upon the subject, "and, in my judgment, there will be the j largest attendance ever known; in fact, I | fear it will be almost impossible to pro- i vide suitable quarters for all the expected ! visitors. "The action of the board of directors in j reducing the entry fees to 5 per cent in | several of the racing classes bids fair to insure the entrance of the finest stock in the State. And without a doubt we will have the track in a condition which will make record-breaking not only a possi bility, but a probability. Again, we pos se's a great adva...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 June 1895

4 WARRING DEMOCRATS Los Angeles Leaders in Favor of Mitchell's Proposal. SHOULD ACT ON SILVER. An Immediate Declaration Would Benefit the Party. TWO DISSENTING OPINIONS. General Mathews and Judge Ste phens Opposed to a Special Convention. LOS ANGELES, Cal., June 28.—Re garding the correspondence which has been exchanged between Chairman Gould of the Democratic State Central Committee and J. W. Mitchell of this city, upon the advisability of calling a special meeting of the committee to consider the holding of a convention to voice the sentiment of the Democratic party on the silver question, a number of prominent Democrats were seen to-day and with two exceptions pro nounced in favor of it. Judge Mitchell, when interviewed, said : "The answer I addressed to Mr. Gould yesterday contains nearly all I care to bring up at this time. My first letter was prompted by my interest in the party, and I consider the suggestion therein contained an eminently proper one. That it has the indorseme...

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