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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 June 1895

CITY BE A ESTATE. Q.- H. UMBSEN 4 CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, RENT COLLECTORS AND AUCTIONEERS. Office and Salesroom: 14 Montgomery st-, near Market, San Francisco. Call and obtain one of our "Real Estate Records," which contains a list of properties for sale In ail parts of the city. IMPROVED PROPERTY. Air Ann DOWNTOWN RESIDENCE JJf'.LO.UUU. suitable for a doctor; 12 rooms and bath- bay-windows: brick foundation, etc; present renting for *960 per annum: lot 4 5:1 Ox 137:6 with ell 17:6x91:8; connecting with an- other main street; Bush street. . - '■-.• ■.. OOOnn A BARGAIN: NICE HOME ON O--OUU. 24th st. on the line of the Mission-st. electric road branch; cottage of rooms, etc.; lot 25x114: easy terms. ■■£-'/;_ 0 A 9^A 2 SUBSTANTIAL FLAT B OF4 AND i ±&O\J. 5 rooms and bath each; brick founda- tion: all modern improvements; rent $408 per an- num: lot 25x120 ; Shotwell st. ©QAnn A BARGAIN: BEST AND CHEAP- i£>O*J\J\J . est investment north of Market St.; 2 substantial and nearly new...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 June 1895

10 HOUSES TO LET. - qTvOA WASHINGTON— 7 ROOMS, BATH, - Ov_^v/ servants' room, stab!*, carriage-house. etc.... ;..:.... $55 00 908 Guerrero— B rooms: bath... 40 00 2320 California— 7 rooms; bath 40 00 ' 921 Valencia— 7 rooms: bath ...30 00 726 Shotwell— 9 rooms; bath 30 00 2726 Mission— rooms; bath 25 00 728 Twenty-first, nr. Valencia— rms: bath. 25 00 .' 134 Fifteenth— 6 rooms; bath 20 00 '. 2134 Union— Cottage, 5 rooms: bath — . 1600 1137 Guerrero— 6 rooms: bath — . .. — 22 60 W. H. CRIM <5r CO., 118 Montgomery st. IMPRESS avi;.. NEAR TWENTY-FIFTH- . \J House 4 sunny rooms : yard; key 1027 : $8. 0 1 GILBERT, M:. SEVENTH AND BRYANT : _^q: 3 nice sunny rooms: $8; cheap. > MARY, NEAR FIFTH-NICE, SUNNY 7- ' _jU room house; rent $25; very cheap. TTa-lUHjM LODGING-HOUSE ;~~44 THIRD 14"' St.: all new and modern Improvements, electric lights, etc.: just completing; full particu- l ars. Apply A. J. RICH & CO., real estate agents, 1 112 Montgomery st. 1 11 Ql ELLIS— HOUSE, 7 ROOMS,...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 June 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS Assessor Dalton's Figures on Alameda County Property Completed. RAISED OVER TWO MILLIONS. City Officials Uneasy on Account of the Condition of the Muni cipal Funds. For the first time in many years the as sessment rolls of Alameda County have been completed on time and will be turned ever to the Supervisors on Monday, the date required by law. The rolls for this year show that the total valuation of property inside the city of Oakland for assessment purpose* is $44,313,425. The valuation last year was $4S, 182,175. This gives an increase of $ 1,122,250 for the year. The details of the city assessment are as follows: Valuation of real property, acreage, inside the city, $2,333,500; im provements on acreage inside, $360,700; city lots, $25,067,200; improvements on city lots, $12,858,100; mortgages on all inside city property, $9,366,400, excluding $297,300 university mortgages not assessable; total of mortgages assessed, $9,0t>9,100. The personal property assess...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 June 1895

12 HUNDREDS YET HAUNT THE SMOKING RUINS Good Samaritans Give Timely Aid to the Homeless. FATHER NUGENT IS BUSY. The Pastor of St. Rose's Keeps on the Move for Charity's Sake. CLEARING THE BLACK WASTE. Billposters and Advertising: Men Appear Early to Reap Busi ness. The scene of Thursday night's disas trous fire was crowded with the curious and the homeless yesterday. Hither and thither they moved and looked and poked into the acres of ruins where once had been happy, if not luxurious homes, and where now is only blackness, unsightli ness, ruin and chaotic desolation. Like lost spirits, the homeless moved about the spots where happy hours had AL.L IHAT IS LEFT OF THE MARBLE-CUTTER'S STOCK. been passed ere the avalanche of flame had descended and swept all before it, be wailing their losses and repeating their tales of distress to sympathetic crowds. Hither and thither among them all flitted messengers of hope, agents of this or that charity, some self-in Help for the Homeless. spired...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 June 1895

SHOOTING KING HONORED A Hearty Reception to Captain F. Attinger by the Turners. VICTORY WITH THE RIFLE. Praise for trie Athletes Who Carried the Day at the Los Angeles Festival. Captain F. Attinger of the Turner Verein Bchuetzen section was given a rousing LIEUTENANT HiRAUB. LIEUTENANT KOMMER. CAPTAIN ATTINGER. LEADING FIGURES AT THE TURN VEBEIN SCHUETZEN BECTIOI RECEPTION LAST NIGHT. inception last evening at Turner Hall on Turk street upon his return from the scene of his athletic and marksman's victories. He led a sturdy band of Turners to Los Angeles :to . participate ■ 'in the ,• athletic games and shooting festival. He and they severed themselves with glory and won many prizes, which 'victories have been published in * the telegraphic columns of the Call. { Captain Attinger and bis wife and daughter arrived on the train last evening. Their coming was not known to all of PLAY AND PLAYERS I do not like plays which deal with little dead children. So firmly is this prejudice seate...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 June 1895

14 IN CHILDHOODS REALM The March of the Children. List to the sound of the drumming! t;.-.ily the children are coming; Street ai the smile of a fairy, Fresh as the blossoms they carry, Pride of the parents who love them, Pure as the azure above them, Free as the winds that caress them, Bright as the sunbeams that bless them. List to the voice-echoes ringing! Sweeter than birds they are singing; Thoughts that to virtue Invite them Wed unto airs that delight them. Truths that their future will cherish Soul-planted, never to perish: Only to senses complcter. . Heaven's choicest music were sweeter! Virtue, unconscious and nretty, Walks through the streets of the city; See the gay bannerets flying. Mottoes and titles undying-. Truths clearly hallowed and olden, . Braided in strands that are golden; Words for the spirits desiring, Sentences sweetly inspiring! When In a voice of caressing. Christ gave the children his blessing, 'Twas not for one generation, But for each epoch and nation.' ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 June 1895

SOME INTERESTING FASHION CHAT Thus far I have never written at any length about mourning gowns, concerning which 51 " ie - Grundy has laid down some very positive rules governing the period during which such somber garments shouM be worn. For instance, a widow BhouM wear mourning for eighteen montiis, linage is worn during the first six moiiilis with crepe, during the next six months silk and lace, and during the last six balf mourning materials. At the be ginning of mourning a long dress shquld be worn in the house. The English widow's cap is now in favor in America. At the fieeves and neck trimmings of batiste are used,, being more agreeable than crepe trimmings, which so frequently discolor the skin. Youn^j widows frequently wear indoors a veil of crepe luxe in black or white. Such a veil falls just over the shoulders. Should a widow marry before the time her mourning expires she can wear either averj' plain white dress without ornamen tation of any kind, with a long black lace v...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 June 1895

16 WITH THE CHILDREN OF THE POOR. Amusement and Instruction Provided for Them at the Home of the Good Samaritan. BY ERNEST C. STOCK Did you ever note how the children of the poor ol the City enjoy themselves? Possibly you have seen them in crowds an the narrow streets of the Southside, using the thoroughfares for want of a better playground, but have you ever seen them enjoy themselves in the Home of the Good Samaritan, on Second street near Folsoin? This is a sort of a clubhouse tor the youngsters of the district, for those whose environments do not give them the oppor tunity to go to more stylish places to while away a part of the afternoon or evening. True, the place is not to be compared with the Union-Pacific, the Bohemian or the Concordia, nor even with the Press Club apartments in point of elegance of sur roundings, but in the main the principle under which it is operated is the same. It is a place for recreation and for instruc tion that comes from reading books and periodic...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 June 1895

SOME OF THE BOOK-BUYERS OF SAN FRANCISCO BY KATHERINE DURHAM. Far and away from its commerce, enter prise and wealth, the most just pride and crown of its glory, is a city's schools, mu seums of art and its libraries. San FranciaOtt has not passed beyond the money-getting epoch. The blood of the fortune-hunters and gold-seekers of '49 still rushes strong through her veins. When great values cease to be created in a day, when the unrest and fever of youth are crystallized into stable forms and life takes on the more settled habits, then the intellectual growth will begin in earnest i' nd mental development take up the march of progress. Old cathedral windows sur pass In beauty and harmony of color the new, but time will bring out the rich am bers. San Francisco is. and so are all new cities, blinded with the vanity and igno rance of youth. Far removed from other cities and so lacking the possibility of the training and pruning close intercourse and comparison give, sne grows a distin...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 June 1895

18 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editor and Proprietor. - SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— IO per year by mail; by carrier, 15c per week. -• ■ SUNDAY CALL— per year. "WEEKLY CALL— » I.SO per year. The Kastcrn office of the SAX FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and 'Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, lthlnelander building, ' Bow and Puane streets, New York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. -..'■'. Are yon going to the country on a vacation ? : If ro, it Is no trouble for us to forward THE CALL to j-onraddres*. Do not let It miss yon for you will buss it. Orders . Riven to the carrier, c? left at Business Oflire, 710 Market street, will receive prompt attention. SUNDAY JUNE 30, 1595 Vhis week we celebrate. Get ready fcr the Fourth. Patriotism begins to effervesce. It is pardonable to shy at the troiley-car. Proclaim your independence of the lot tery habit. In the eyes of the uilurian energy is thief of repose. This is rarely a great country and we have the best of it. Those who have the strongest horse sense...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 June 1895

NOTES AND NEWS FROM OUT OF TOWN AND SEASIDE RESORTS The Fourth. Tennis tournament. Polo at is irlingame. Chautauqua assembly. Colonel Crocker's dinner. The Country Club at Monterey. In the mountains and by the seaside. M h ; -Kathbone's luncheon to General Scho- Celd at IHirlingame. Mr.-. Jr H. Jewett's tea in honor of Mrs. Stephen J. Field and Mrs. Condlt-Smith. Mr.-. Sarah B. Cooper's luncheon to Miss Busaa B. Anthony and Rev. Anna H. Shaw. The following engagements have been an nounced: Cecil Win Mark and Miss Susie Hert. Richard Spechtor and Miss Anna Rehn. Eugene A. Mantell and Miss Sadie Stowell. Weddings last week: Curlin-Saul. Healev-Hunt. Smith-Bergen. Pfeifer-Carson. O'Connor-Corn te. Gordon-Brilliant. Pp.wleson-Anglin. Meagher-Laportie. THE WEEK. The tennis tournament at San Rafael, the military encampment at Monterey and polo at Burlingame, with all the c?lebrations of the Natlon'i birthday, will make the first weeks of July the liveliest of the summer season out of town...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 June 1895

20 BRIGHT PARAGRAPHS ANENT THE WEEK`S THEATRICAL EVENTS Blanche Walsh is going to play "Trilby." Henry Irving will be formally knighted by the Queen to-morrow. T. D. Frawley has secured the entire coast rights of "The Ensign." Alexander Salvini will go to Italy to study the language and get points from papa. May Yohe (Lady Francis Hope) is to tour America for a year, beginning September next. Councils Inter Nos and Cosmopolitan of the Foresters will be given a benefit on Friday evening at the Alcazar. The latest fad of Gothamites is Nate Sals bnry's "Black America," a gigantic outdoor entertainment at Ambrose Park. "Scottie," the collie dog who appears at the Orpbeum to-morrow night, was a star in the London dramatic firmament last year. "Too Much Johnson" follows the Lyceum Company at the Baldwin. William Gillette, the author, is to appear in the production. Jacob Litt's new play, "The War of Wealth," will be given here this fall. Litt has gone to England to prepare for a big produ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 June 1895

TALKS ABOUT BOOKS AND BOOKMAKERS. Some of the Most Important of the Various Late Publications. The last issue of The Lark, edited by Brace Porter and Gelcue Burgess, contains the following: DEDICATION. [On the flyleaf of the copy of 'The Silverado Squatters" sent to "Virgil Williams and Dora .Norton Williams," to whom it was . dedicated, is the following poem in the handwriting of tte author, written at Hyeros, where, as he wiys in his diary, he spent the happiest days of his life:] Hen, from the foreland* of the tidciess sea, Behold and lake my offering unadorned. , la the Pacific air It spranc: it grew . ' . Among the silence o! Alpine air; In Scottish heather blossomed, and at last By that unsDapttn sapphire, in whose face Spain, Italy, France, Algiers and Tunis view Their introverted mountains, came to fruit, Back now, my Booklet! on the diving ship, And posting on the rails, to home return — Home, and the friends whose Honoring name you beer. K. L. S. A OALIfORNIAN POET. Of all...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 June 1895

22 QUERY COLUMN If correspondents neglect to give correct names •nd addresses they must not be disappointed if there Is no answer to the communication. The names are not for publication, but for reference. Questions will be answered as soon as possible after they are received. Sometimes an answer cannot bt> had sooner than three weeks after start ing the inquiry. Questions UM answers to which will amount to an advertisement of any business or article will not be answered. Questions asking for the standing of any in dividual or firm will not be answered. No questions in arithmetic, algebra or geometry will be answered. Material for debaters will not be furnished. .Religious questions respectfully declined. Code Commissioners — P. Zucker, San Ber nardino County, Cal. The duties of the Code Commissioners are detailed in the law passed by the last Legislature. It says: It shall be the duty of said Commissioners to re vise and examine the Political Code, the Civil Code, the (ode of Ci...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 June 1895

THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Stiver advanced- * (' ' ,'' ' r Wheat futures Higher. • % Barley very d« • Oats. Corn a"' l 15 - ve n« ft « Feedstuff* unchanged. . . Hay rarH'T" «sy. JToUJlng d° ln S in Bear- Bank Clearings now even with, 1894. " . '. Butter higher again, j ** Batter higher again. Cheese in large supply, Eggs weak and plentiful. • ]m ::iry nominal. Hides firm nut quiet. ]ir,(d Fruit unchanged reaches and Apricots weaker. Figs In large supply. J * Heavy arrivals of Beres. Eight cars of Oranges i. Potatoes steady. Onions firm. . WEATHER BI'REAU BEPOHT. r>iTEn States Department of Aomcuir tvv.y. Wkatkkr I3r»EAu, Sax Francisco, June 29, 1895, 5 v. x — Synopsis and general forecast. The following are the seasonal rainfalls to date as compared with those o: the same date last year: ,:reka 48.50, last year 55.20: Red Bluff 28.87, last year 22.16; Sacramento 24.11, last year 16.35; San Francisco 25.70. lait year 18.47: Fresno 14.16, last year 8.53: l.os Ant ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 June 1895

24 MRS. STANFORD WINS THE $15,000,000 SUIT Her Demurrer to the Government's Bill Is Sustained. NO PERSONAL LIABILITY. Judge Ross Says the Pacific Railroad Debt Is Unlike Other Debts. THE CONSTITUTION OF 1849. No Further Action on the Part of the Federal Officials Is Ex pected. No one was very much astonished yes terday when it was announced that the demurrer to the Government's complaint against the Stanford estate had been sus tained by the United States Circuit Court, though by this decision the case of the United States against the private fortnnes of the looters of the Central Pacific Rail road is practically thrown out of court. Judge Erskine M. Ross wrote the de cision. There are nearly 13,000 words in it, and its burden is that these railroad debts are not ordinary debts; that the law pre scribes a certain manner in which they shall be satisfied; that private fortunes may not, therefore, be mulcted to pay them. "I told you so," a great many people are paying, and with much re...

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

VOLUME \ V£XVIIL— NO. 31. WEDEN'S WAR CLOUD candinavia Is ißapidly ■Drifting; Towftrf 4 a ( St uggle. king Oscars ALTITUDE. ft His fWience Nearly Exhausted /and He May Resort iHis fatienre Nearly Exhausted land He May Resort to Arms. TH;i\K T) BE MAINTAINED. *Jmpe or William His Adviser In the p S" uggle Witt. l +h«t Norway , Government. t BERKIH' ;krmajty, June 30.— The 'health "(tf m press is rapidly improv ing ana the ?Emperor proposes starting from KifJ or Sweden in a few days. He r.as tiirJ'-l his ' journey so -as to arrive In li-'iockli^' 1 on July 4, spending some days I i. re as the guest of King Oscar and after rard -paring a visit to Crown Prince astsi at his chateau at Tulsrarn. After caving Tu%arn his Majesty will make a tvo . v,*;ek'3 cruise of the Baltic in the icinity the Swedish islands of Oland nd Gothland. | Emperor William's rela ons with king Oscar of Sweden as the ad iser an? 'supporter of the latter in his :ruggle with the Government of Norway .Invests tie meet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 1 July 1895

IT STORMED BULLETS Desperate Battle With a Trio of Des peradoes. TWO MEN ARE KILLED. The Deadly Combat the Result of a Bold Jail Break at Oklahoma. PISTOLS RECKLESSLY tJSED. They Are Rapidly Discharged on Crowded Streets to Prevent Pursuit. OKLAHOMA CITY, 0. T., June 30.— As the re-tilt oi a jail delivery at this point at G o'clock this afternoon two people are dead and eeVeral wounded more or less se verely. When .! ci I tarver entered the corridor of th« ueoal time to-day, to lock the pi a their cells, Vie Casey, Robe;: and William Christian ruad. . attack on him with weap ons they hid managed to secure. He was struck blow over the right eye and knocked insensible. The prisoners i over his body and away to freedom, scatter::;- the people on the crowded keeping at bay their pursuers with a rapid discharge of revolvers, which in some mysterious manner they had ob- \ Casey jumped into a passing vehicle containing a 'nan and woman, and at the : a pistol compelled them to jump ■ Almost...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 1 July 1895

RUT'S GUESTS mmers Pass a Quiet Sabbath in the City by the Sea. PLEASURE IN PROSPECT. Barbecues, Balls and Excur sions Planned for Their Entertainment FAST TRIP OF THE ROVER. ''•The Run Trom the Golden Gate \ ...ado m Eigrht and One-Half Hours. f ] \ CRUZ, Cal., June 30.— The com ivelers are enjoying the Santa ig. To-day was passed quietly inging reminiscences oi travel and . : on: the fatigue of the Saturday Festivities. Carriage rides to subur oints and strolls on the beach offered :re enough fur the .iay. Among this :ig's arrivals to re-enforce the associa te George Henderson, A. McCarthy, Groherno, John B. Shea, J. H. > angels am! James Battersby. % The entertainment committee had a ses sion to-day and fixed the programme for 3fonday and Tuesday. Monday noon there will be a barbecue at Athletic Park. C. A. Kice of Santa Cruz has the manage- <svr\nt"\of the affair. He has ordered 600 eef, 100 pounds of mutton, six bulls' heads, three forty-pound salmon and a Itrge quantity ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 1 July 1895

4 IN SALINAS VALLEY One of the Most Fertile Spots in the Coast Range. MID FIELD AND ORCHARD What the Rich Alluvial Soil Is Capable of Pro ducing. THE FAIE CITY OF SALINAS. It Promises to Become One of the Great Centers Along: the New Coast Line. SALINAS, Cal., June 30.— Historic Monterey County of wondrous extent is a locality of great possibilities, as it is as yet comparatively undeveloped. Twenty thou sand people are scattered about over a ter ritory capable of well supporting a million people. Large Spanish grants are here still intact, held not in a spirit of monop oly, but held simply because there has been no particular demand for subdivision. Until quite recently there has been a steady flow of settlers, who found quite good Government land at their disposal, but from an examination of a count}' chart in the Monterey Abstract Office it was found that there was very little if any de sirable Government land to be had in the county to-day. Those who are saying dolefully, "The e...

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