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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 1 July 1895

FRENCH HOSPITAL Visit the Institution I id Inspect Its Novel Appointments. RECEPTION TO THE PUBLIC. Second Day of the Dedication Ser vices, Concluding With a Dis tribution of Prizes. The French and American fl ap« over the new French Hospital yestenm from early in the morning till dark. It was the second day of the dedication services -the day set apart W the authorities of the institution for » reception to the public. .it. At noon th<* P»M*c began to arrive. Soon there «"> a thron S of well-dressed men and w.-men crowding all the long cor ridors of the hospital, examining all the notable /ca * ures anc * appointments. An o»b»rlllronS was crowding the entrance to gam admission, while the exits were iike trise crowded. A small admission fee was charged, but this entitled the purchaser to a numbered ticket and a chance in the 1,-r^Pt prize distribution that took place late in the afternoon. The larger percentage of the visitors were members of the French colony of this Cit}', o...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 1 July 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— to per year by mail; by carrier, 15c p£r week, SUNDAY CALL— $1.50 per year. "WEEKLY CALL— per year. The Eastern office of the SAX FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific (States Adverr Using Bureau, Ithinelander building, Hose and Puane streets, Now York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Are you goinjr to the country on a vacation If to, 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 (o the carrier, or left at Business Office, 710 Market street, will receive prompt attention. MONDAY .....JULY 1,1895 The world waits for the Fourth. Remember to be a little extra careful of fire this week. The more we investigate the lottery busi ness the more swindles we find. We may forget the fire, but we should nover forget the lessons it taught. Every dollar saved from the lottery sharks helps to make a market for home industries. The prompt relief contribute...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 1 July 1895

y~PAY....i ......s^Vl. 1895 CITY ITEMS IV BRIEF. The boating clubs are ir nin S .for the Stock ton regatta, which takes ace on July 4. The weekly fraternal > .' lex - containing news of all the orders, »ppe« sin to da >' * «sue. Eishop Nichols pro-died on ••Associated Mis sions" last night at-* 6 Church of the Adient. Two elks were V • " in Golden Gate Par* : 1«| week, iucreasinr lhe number there now 10 W The'aniinHl rfcnjc and outing of *^|^ r S k Thistle Club -ill be held aUSbell .mouhu " Thursday. T , lJk _, At St. LJ-*e s last evennje f nilytt nd the delivered ■' --ermon upon "C tn" B ' Social Q-iestion.'' s{s fft , r &th The "eather Bureau if off h wiuds { Btatio-'iiry temperature # DU day in San Francisco. : :,:-• ':-**>'■ '-y, „ _ . /lrt Turn \eroin welcomes b^^am^& n the signal victories st the Los Angel' ' •-.ij'-, -_ , . c- r i/an paper Slaboda has been me , I<l( .' - tna f or its free treatment of tabooed in Questions, certain publK i c t cm-'' ol Coiu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 1 July 1895

8 THE MIDSUMMER GAYETY What People Are Doing in the Mountains and by the Seaside. SOCIAL EVENTS IN OAKLAND. Interesting Personal Gossip — The Mantz-Remmel Wedding In Alameda. Miss-Nellie Chabot pave a pretty scarlet luncheon in Oakland in honor of Mrs. Norman Lang, nee MeKee. The guests were: Mis? Amy MeKee, Miss Alice Grimes, Misa Emma Farrier, Miss Cole man, Mis? Janet "Watt, Mrs. Lang and several of the young matrons. On Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. George McNear Jr. gave a farewell dinner complimentary to Mr. And Mrs. Norman Lang, who left shortly after for their new home in Oregon. Thf- McNear house was charmingly dec orated and the dinner was all that a dinner should be. Among the guests were: Mr. and Mr?. Lang, Mr. Miller, Mrs. Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Clay. Last Tuesday evening Mr. Charles Webb Howard of Oakland gave a dinner in honor of Mist- Susan B. Anthony and Miss Anna Howard Shaw. The table was decorated with red poppies and blue and white bach elor buttons. The gu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 1 July 1895

OAKLAND NEWS ■ 3tS Fight the ordi e Against Street Services. DECORATING FOB I* E FOURTH. Miss Felton.the U' lverslt y Medalist, Granted ■« Fellowship jn jhicago. The Sato Army *?<* . *££ parture at camp-meeting jej « 3 Since thc/-assa K e of the resolution b; .the City Council prohibiting th^™ the army from marching on the streets Sh banners flying and the big dram beau-ng they have been confined to their ba racks, as disobey, meant arrest The indignation of Brigadier keppel and his staff officers been growing during the week and /esterday it found vent. A number o^ akla » d clergymen were in- W ■vjtp./t if attend and at least half a dozen Sl'^-espondeu, while others sent letters ex ij&laining their absence and denouncing the {Jrordinance as passed by the Council. \ The reading of the letters and the pres -1' ence cf the clergy was very gratifying to I) rigadiei Keppel and the members of the army because it was reported to them that Mayor Davie had said, "The ordinance was pa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 1 July 1895

10 REVIEW OF REAL ESTATE. Inducements to Buy and Im prove Property in This City. TRANSACTIONS OF THE WEEK. Building: Operations Continue Lively In All Parts of San Fran cisco. The real estate market for the past week has been quiet, but an early revival am continued activity are certain. There are few if any other large cities in the Union offering the same inducements to acquire property and build a home a San Francisco. Th£ reasons are apparen to any one who considers the advantage enjoyed in this City. In the first place, the reason why ground is cheap in San Francisco ?s that there is no false inflation of values, due to the fact that there is much desirable property convenient for home sites, and for the ad ditional reason that a period of financial depression has just been gone through. Home capital is always ready for any one who wishes to improve a certain section, if it be within the City limits, in a district which has some promise of improving. The disadvantages that are ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 1 July 1895

'"X t?is:nkss ch\nck>. . \ h }' A!; "IN -s,ii \NY CINDQriCK I i ItAM) & TUTTLE. 4» Third St. -50 5-pT'U-RANr; WELL-FITTED UP; f *•• «* No - - 1 locat »on; rooms; pays well: busy I/Wst. argain - BAND* TUTTLE, 45 L ' - "■ ' ■K ERY A XDBAJ *» Wl«rn-ROOlMS; FULL •A I ffi^jns'Kht:' Rood -paving: best reason for - £__ STRAND^& TUTTLE, 45 Third st. cS_i.f)O pARTXER WANTED in res- *y*ll«rlt ""^ant: clears $50 •■■•■r month to each- 9 - >e BTRANP & TITTLE, 45 Third st, r Qltr^ PARTNER IN HORSESHOEING- JSIOU • "l->: big profit. STRAND & TUT- __ fLE, 45 7\ '£rd.^. v^. I 3 C*XrA \5a~Ll CI)NNECTED WITH LOI> ■ » >t)\ f , Ring-house; 250 rooms and livery stable; clears $100 per moVitli. SIB AND* TDTTLK, 45 , Third st. / \ ] Si >O BRANCH BAKERY', COFFEE AND J tip--— '>• lunch parlors: rooms; pay well; north < of Market; bargain. STRAND & TUTTLE, 45 ' Third st. I <5 97 - RESTAURANT AND COFFEE-8A- 3 ■_—•'-'. loon in manufacturing district: daily ■ average...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 1 July 1895

12 SOLDIER BOYS OBJECTING. The Mustered-Out Members of the National Guard Protest. CALL IT SNAP JTOCfMENT. Company HW.IIA.K to Be Allowed to Continue Without State Assistance. ■Fmnei«co's soldier boys are M ° St °, f S Mam of them are indignant. surprised. -MM>y f rom the action taken Their troubles an* lro Adjutant-General by . Governor vu ' eralDimond in re- | Barrett and Vanop.al Guard. Those) constructing J^e - y out c rfthTTiSß^ment and Company H C °, I fSi lament and Troop Aof the of tne an] no,' the members of those CaValr ";tion-reobjecting strenuously, organizations are Bosh, the colonel of the Fir't'rl'Sent'^as very guarded in his =S§ n-i IbisJie explained, was neces j ' Jo\' nor I'udd was his superior ' *fi^ S 'l n dit Ed not be proper for the inferior to criticize his commander's °" "do think, though," he said, "that the regimental officers should have been consulted before definite action of this sort was taken. As it was, we had no intima tion of what was coming. To...

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

VOLUME LXXVIIL— NO. 32. DIES IN THE CHAIR. Dr. Buchanan Expiates the Murder of His Wife. HOPEFUL TO THE LAST. He Thought Executive Clem ency Would Again Stay His Execution. 6TORY OF THE POISONING Mrs. Buchanan Killed After She Had Willed Her Property to Her Husband. SING SING, N. V., July 1.-When Dr. Robert W. Buchanan, the wife-poisoner, awoke this morning after a few hours of troubled sleep he realized for the first time that the day of his doom had arrived. Several times in his remarkable fight for life he had been as near the hour set for i..s execution as he was last night, but al ways some act of executive clemency or some new legal maneuver intervened to gran'; him a new respite. Last night no such good news reached him, but he knew before he retired that his fate was still in doubt. A faint hope still remained that the latest effort of his lawyers to save him from the fatal chair might, in the orinion of the Attorney -General, entitle him to another chance to have his case r...

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

2 SHOOTING FEST OPENS Crack Riflemen Contest for Championship Honors. PARADE OF MARKSMEN. A Monster Procession Threads the Streets of New York. HELM AND STRECKER MATCHED. They Will Meet Two of the Best Shots of the Settler Rifle Club. NEW YORK, N. V., July I.— Thousands of people crowded along the line of march to-day to watch the mammoth parade of the National Schuetzenbund. Traffic was entirely suspended while the procession was passing. Buildings along the route were gay ly decorated with|bunting and count less "flags. At Union square the parade was reviewed by Sheriff Tamsen, the Com troller of the city, Jacob Rupert and other honorary members of the bund. As the various companies filed past the reviewing stand the men saluted, the bands played and colors were dipped. The reviewing party acknowledged the salute by repeat edly raising their hats. The route of the parade, which was in six divisions, was from St. Mark's place, via Broadway and Fifth avenue, to the Thirty-fourth-str...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 July 1895

DOLE'S NEW CHOICE Great Opposition Devel oped to Castle for Minister. REASONS FOR IT GIVEN. There Is Very Little Prospect of His Going to Wash ington. DISSENSIONS IN THE CABINET. Negotiations for a New Steamship L'.ne Between Australia and Canada. HONOLULU, Hawaii. June 24.— The main topic of conversation to-day is, Will the Senate confinm the nomination of W. R. Castle to be Minister to Washington in time to send the news by this steamer? A most intense opposition to Mr. Castle ha- developed in the radical wing of the American Union party, and it is backed up by every newspaper in town, except the Advertiser, which is virtually con trolled by the Castle family. The Ameri can League is loud in its denunciations of the new appointee. There are many reasons urged why Mr. Castle should not go to Washington. Among them may be mentioned his known connection with the inside clique who is assisting President Dole and his Cabinet -to run the Government. Another is that he is a chronic offic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 July 1895

4 FUN AT THE SEASIDE Santa Cruz Treats Her Guests to a Big Barbecue. VUE DE L'EAU SPORTS. Athletics and a Baseball Game Follow the Bullshead Feast. THE DRUMMERS AT A DANCE. Participate In an Elaborate Social Function Given on the Beach. SANTA CRUZ, Cal., July I.— Stories of the sea were told to entertain the commer cial travelers this morning as they assem bled at the Ocean House to start for the bullshead breakfast. J. V. Coleman's yacht White Wings arrived at 1 a. m. after a tempestuous voyage of twelve hours from Monterey. Among her passengers were Daniel O'Connell and J. Ross Jack son. On the trip across Monterey Bay the yacht encountered contrary winds and high waves. So rough was the weather that some of tne rigging of the White Wings was carried away. The poet, Daniel O'Connell, who came ashore on the first boat at daylight, took the first train for Santa Cruz, having in his possession the secrets of a sea-serpent story. He is not the sole proprietor of the narra tive, for Ro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 July 1895

THE BAY DISTRICT RACES Captain Rees Was Never in the Hunt With the Flying Installator. THE SPEEDY FLY IN FRONT. Fireman, the Brother to Torch bearer, Took the Two- Year- Old Event Driving. Niagara of Dick Ledgett's string pulled up bleeding Blightly at the conclusion of the third race. Fireman, Fly and Installator were the three successful favorites, the other two events going to outsiders. Elrod, the newly arrived Latonia jockey, rode his first mount on Cnarlie Boots, finishing a good third. Billy Beverly at one stage of the betting laid 8 to 5 aeainst Installator, but later on bet on him a-J a lower price. The gelding Chnrlie Boots finished third in the two-year-old race to a colt owned by the man alter whom he is named. Florence C gave a fine exhibition of bronco bucking while at tlie post in the youngster race, unseating her rider once. Monroe Johnson's good-looking El Rio Rey filly tiara Johnson was well backed in the two year-old event on the strength of & recent faat work...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 July 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: . DAILY CALL— 46 per year by mall; by carrier, 15c »cr ■week. . 5 ° SUNDAY CALL— II.SO per year. WEEKLY CALL— II.SO per year. The Eastern office of the SAX FRANCISCO CALX (Daily and Weekly Pacific Hiates Adver tising Bureau, Bhinelander building, Rose and Dunne streets. New York. THE SUMMER MONTHS. ° f Are yon going to the country on a vacation ? If 80, it is do trouble for us to forward THE CALL to ycur address. 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 prompt attention. TUESDAY :.... JULY 2, 1895 He who fights error defends right. We must get the lottery out of Ameri can life. One day more and then the eagle screams. Pop your firecrackers with joy, but watch ■where the fire falls. Every day of the fight against lotteries eaves money for somebody. Genius without stability is like a steam engine without a governor. There; wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 July 1895

<*v %t\ jR i ATT rfft/* #% TUESDAY...... JULY 2.1895 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. The Methodist Preachers' meeting has taken A month's vacation. The Pacific Yacht Club starts this morning 6d a race to Santa Cruz. The Board of Inspection officers say that the cruiser Olympia is perfect in her mechanism. The report of a split between Ed. Corrigan and George V. Hawkins is denied by the latter. A decision from the Supreme Court in the Hale & Norcross suit is expected on Wednesday. Dr. Gunsaulus will give a lecture at the Ply mouth Congregational Church Saturday even ing. The winning horses at the Bay District yes terday were: Amigo, Fireman, Faro, Fly and Installator. The indications for to-day are generally fair weather, stationary temperature and 'brisk ■winds in the afternoon. Miss Anthony and Miss Shaw addressed the City ministers at the Young Men's Christian Association auditorium. The San Joaquin Valley Railroad Company has aiked for bids to lay three miles of track through the city...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 July 1895

8 APPLIED CHRISTIANITY. H. J. McCoy Explains Why the Y. M. C. A. Could Not Harbor Herronites. SAYS IT'S FLAWITH'S MISTAKE. Capital Might Bo Attacked by Some Hot-Headed Young- Orators. Teople interested in the new Institute of Applied Christianity have been waiting somewhat curiously for the return of Sec retary H. J. McCoy of the Y. M. C. A. to obtain an explanation of why the institute was denied a meeting-place in the Y. M, C. A. building after being permitted to as semble once there. Secretary McCoy, who returned home yesterday, said : "The whole question has arisen out of a misconception. Just three weeks ago I met Rev. F. Flawith. He told me about the new organization (he is the new president, I believe), and added that Tuesday was the meeting-day, and that they would like to assemble at the Y. M. C. A. building. I told Mr. Flawith there was a room, and the next day, to my surprise, he presented me with a copy of resolutions of thanks for allowing the institute to mate its head...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 July 1895

PLANS FOR THE FOURTH The Arrangements for the Big Demonstration Nearly Completed. PERFECTING MINOR DETAILS. There Is a Deficit of $900 Which Must Be Met or Some Fea tures Omitted. The preparations for the grand celebra tion of the Fourth are neariy completed and the executive committee is in daily session perfecting th« minor details. At yesterday's session it was found that in the funds available there is a deficit of $900, and that in that is not included any provision for the payment of the militia bands or for horses for the artillery or cavalry. A long discussion on ways of re trenchment followed the announcement, the result of which was the appointment of a committee on retrenchment, to whom the disagreeable duty of paring down the expenses was entrusted. The five ap pointed for that purpose are Messrs. Reichart, Toy, Tichuor, Marshall and Doan. A committee of three was appointed to confer with General Warfield concerning J. M. McKenzie Jr., Musical Director for the Fourth of ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 July 1895

10 The COMMERCIAL WORLD » SUMMARY, OF THE MARKETS. . c Silver firmer. h u o ° Wheat and Barley weaker. Oats, Corn and Rye dull. Hay declined under heavy receipts. Feedstaffs unchanged. D Beans neglected and nominal. Potatoes and Onions easier., ... Butter up another notch. ... Eastern Eggs in large supply. „ Cheese as before. Poultry nominal. Vegetables in liberal receipt. Apricots firm. Peaches weak. Berries too abundant. * - Heavy arrivals of Oranges. ■• Dried rruit in increasing demand. Honey weak and quiet. Hide market Improving again. Provisions unchanged. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. Tkitk© States Depaktmkxt of Agbicdl tvrf.. Wkathkr bukeac, sax- kbancisco. July 1, 1896, 5 r. m. — Synopsis and general forecast. „ o The following are the seasonal rainfalls to date as compared with, those of the same date last year: Eureka .00, last year .00: Red Bluff .00, last year .00; Sacramento .00, last year .00; San Fran cisco trace, last year .00: Fresno.oo, last year .00; Los Angeles .00. las...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 July 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS. Walter Lambert Is Sentenced to Five Years at San Quentin. WILL APPEAL THE CASE. Judge Frick Says There Is a Lesson In the Prisoner's Melancholy Condition. Unless the Supreme Court listens with a favoring ear to his appeal Walter Lambert, the defaulting clerk of the Oakland Police Court and once the king-pin politician of the Athens of the Pacific, will spend the next five years in San Queutin. When he came up yesterday morning be fore Judge Frick for sentence his attorney was not present, and an effort was made to have tr?e case postponed to a future date, but Judge Frick allowed Lambert until 12 o'clock to find his legal adviser, and stated that he would pass sentence at that hour, attorney or no attorney. At the noon houi Attorney Brearty was present and made a motion for an arrest of judgment, which was promptly denied. He then argued a motion for a new trial on the ground of errors of the court in instructing the jury and in ruling upon matters of law occurr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 July 1895

12 EMPLOYMENT FOR WOMEN E. L. Fitzgerald Secures a Very Large Order for Fe male Help. NINE HUNDRED IN DEMAND. The State's Free Labor Bureau to Furnish Help for a Big Fruit Cannery. The free labor bureau that Labor Com missioner E. L. Fitzgerald will open in two weeks promises to be a grand success. Al though much in advance of its opening, Mr. Fitzgerald has already received orders for many hundred workingmen. The first was from a Contra Costa fruit-raiser, who wants 100 men to gather his crop during the months of August and September. The next was from a big contractor, who wants from 200 to 500 men to work on a large ir rigation ditch in Fresno County. The last order was received yesterday and its receipt was probably more gratify ing than all of the. other?, because it will provide work for all the girls and women that the Labor Commissioner can obtain. One of the largest fruit canneries in San Francisco placed in Mr. Fitzgerald's nands an order for 000 women and girls, who can e...

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