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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 March 1895

18 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: j DAILY CALL— M per year by mail; by carrier, 15c per week. s I M >A Y CALL-11 .50 per year. WKHKLYCALL— ♦L.-.uyrryear. The EMtera office oi the s.vs FRANCISCO CALL I>ai!\ and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bniean, Itliinelamler building, liose and Duane streets, New York. . j* - \>\Y ..MARCH 17. 1895 Hail, St. I 'at rick. Everything (a green this morning. Pray for rain, but don't prophesy. The smallest mind has the biggest vices. Ha in ur shine this is a good day to quit \v..rk. Th«> way of the transgressor is cobble stoned. ■ -y doesn't love money, but it ha? a feeling for it. The Lenten fast Bar* s money for the Easter bonnet. Many a married man has an eye single for a pretty girl. Bhall we thank God that the Legislature wasn't a ny worst It is a very poor QOCiety which does not regard itself aa the l»«-~t. Associate with progressive men and you will have progress yo irself. The man who wants t...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 March 1895

?<ent's second week oi this year of grace cer tainly gave evidence of penitential fact* and purogations of the spirit. It was the dullest lliat society has known for many years, and there was not sufficient stirring to ruffle the monotony of the most earnest devotee of de votion. The usual merry-making that wel comes the advent of the spring season could not be found, and society \va.~- content with the tbeaten and a few air&lrs of a light order. LOOKING BACKWARD. The entertainment given by Miss Chabot to tli" Charing Dish Club on Tuesday evening was one of the most unique affairs- of the year. The I Heitshu were the gnasts oi honor. Sev eral receipts dear to the chafing-dish chef were presented, but the most tas;v dish was an en tree of finely Savored pig't feet a la pouleite. I»r. and Mrs. Rupert Blue, Mr. and Mrs. John K. Ilarley and William J. Scanlan formed a box party at the Baldwin at yesterday's matinee. Fred Magee took a party of his friends on his coach to Haywards ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 March 1895

20 ILJ m^_ mmM —^ AULmJ-UM ''* Jl^^^^^^^^Sß jajftmSljtHHW ~^B|iKKßw^fcVi " I 32r " «BB ™" . -saw i . *^^P ■ The Columbia will open on April 15. Thomas C. Leary will soon return to the Tivoli. J. P. Howe has severed his connection with the Alrazar. Frank Daniels is preparing to star in a new opera next season. Louis A. Morgenstern's benefit takes place at the Baldwin to-night. Governor Budd will occupy a box at Mo rosco's to-morrow night. Lewis Morrison is said to be contemplating an appearance in "Hamlet." Miss Tillie Salinger makes her reappearance at the Tivoll to-morrow night. After the run of "The Fencing-master" the Baldwin will close for four weeks. The production of Marie Burroughs "Romeo and Juliet" has been set for' April 2 at the Baldwin. W. F. Pickson, formerly manager for Thomas W. Keene, has been secured to go ahead of "The Ensign." A. M. Palmer's production of "Trilby" will be presented at the Park Theater, Boston, Mass., to-morrow evening. Miss Rose Stillman plays the...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 March 1895

YELLOW JACKETS AND PEACOCK FEATHERS Li Hung Chance has been given back his yellow jacket and his three-eyed peacock feather. The Emperor has called him to Peking, and he should by this time be on Ins way to Japan to aid in the settlement of the war. His career shows the ups and downs of Chinese officials, and a look at it will give some idea of the queer ranks and orders of nobility with which the empire ' of China is honeycombed. Li Hung j Chang is a self-made man. His father was a poor scholar in the province of Anhui, and he had to scratch around and skimp himself in order to pay for Li's education. Li parsed the examinations of his own province and those of the district in which he was located, and when he was still in his teens he went to Peking and wrote his - in the big examination halls there. Seventeen thousand other students of all rom 18 to SO years were being exam ined at the same time and Li came out the Bt Thi;< gave him his start and he at on the staff of one of th...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 March 1895

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 March 1895

THE COMMERCIAL WORLD si KKAttI OF THE MARKETS. The Produce Exchange attacks "bucket-shops." Silver higher. Wheat weaker. Other cert als unchanged. Bank Clearings gain $1,660,000. Bran firm. Hay easy. Beans very strong. Potatoes steady. Onions weak. Butter and Cheese weak. Eggs firm. Hens and Turkeys lower. Game higher. Apples quiet. Oranges and Lemons weak. Pried Fruits dull. Hams higher again. • Bacon and Lard firm. AVEATHER BUREAU REPORT. 1 nitft. States Departmkn-t op Agriccl- TVRK. WtATHKB BOKKAf, SAN FRANCISCO, March 16. 6 p. m.— The pressure Is highest to- Jiisht in Wyoming and lowest on the Northern California and Southern Oregon coasts, in which latter section a slight depression is now general. V'air weather baa prevailed throughout the Pacific urins the j-:ist twelve hours, except Dal light showers in Western Washington and a light sprinkle of rain this forenoon at San Francisco. Cloudy we:ithe» continues from San FrancfSOO northward to Central Oregon, through out which di...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 17 March 1895

24 IN MEMORY OF ERIN'S APOSTLE. Religious Services in the Dif ferent Catholic Churches To-Day. PANEGYRICS BY PREACHERS. List of Toasts to Be Offered at the Banquet at Del monico's. The national colors of Ireland will wave to-day. As In years gone by the citizens of Irish nativity and descent in San Fran cisco will observe the anniversary of the birth of their apostle, St. Patrick, with becoming religious and social observances. The feast falling on Sunday, however, makes a public celebration impossible. There will be low and high masses in all the Catholic churches of the city this morning at the same hours as on Sundays. Panagyrics in the life of the saint who planted the seed of Christianity in Ireland, who converted a whole nation without the shedding of a drop of blood, will be pro nounced by eloquent tongues, and Irish melody will be blended with the musical offerings of the sacred services. There will be a solemn high mass at St. Patrick's Church on Mission street at 10:30 o'c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 March 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.-NO. 98. THE PACIFIC COAST A Sacramento Maniac's Savage Attack on a Woman. HE TRIES TO BRAIN HER. With a Heavy Club He Knocks His Victim Senseless and Beats Her. THE ASSAILANT THEN FLEES. Officers on the Track of the Mur derous Youth Are Unable to Dis cover His Whereabouts. SACRAMENTO, March 17. — Miner Young, who resides at Twentieth and O streets in this city, struck Mrs. Yale on the head with a stick of wood this evening, Inflicting a severe scalp wound and slightly fracturing her skuil. The woman bad been boarding at his mother's house, but had removed else where. About 0 o'clock to-nignt she called at her former landlady's house to inquire for some expected letters. Mrs. Young re quested her son to go downstairs and pro core the letters. Instead of complying he seized a stick of wood and made a vicious attack on both the women. Mrs. Yale fled from the house but was pursued by the young man who overtook her and struck her senseless to the side walk. He then tied in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 March 1895

2 IN FAIR CALISTOGA Nature's Sanitarium in the Shadow of Mt. St. Helena. A PICTURESQUE PLACE. One of the Most Healthful Towns in the State of California. BIG VINEYARDS AND WINERIES. Beautiful Homes Dot the Mountain side and Valleys of This Nook of Napa County. TALISTOGA, March 17.— At the extreme end of the beautiful fertile valley of Napa. in the shadow of the stately Mount St. Helena, nestles Calietoga. There are few m all California more picturesque. The immediate country surrounding the town is a network of pleasant, graveled driveways, and the broad highway leading down the valley to St. Helena and Napa is a good, old-fashioned, down-east turnpike. This mad, lined with pretty homes, is never allowed to become dusty. The Coun ty Supervisors of Napa County have intel ligently voted money for road improve ments and for the sprinkling of same dur ing the long dry season. Touching the corporate limits of Calis there.nre many well-kept vineyards, and wineries arc numerous in the imme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 March 1895

CRUSHED AT A FIRE Three Ohio Firemen Killed in a Burning Roundhouse. TWELVE IN THE RUINS. The Wabash Engine-House at Toledo Is Completely Destroyed. TWO AIARMS ARE SOUNDED. A High Wind Causes a Loss of Life and One Hundred Thou sand Dollars. TOLEDO, Ohio, March 17.— The round house of the Wabash Railroad Company in this city, located at the foot of South street on the dock, was burned to the ground between 10 and 11 o'clock this morning. Three-quarters of an hour after the first alarm was sent in the southwest wall of the building, sixty feet in circum ference, fell in, burying twelve men under neath it. Two of them were instantly killed, a third died a short time after being taken out of the debris and the others were all badly hurt, one probably fatally. All but one, John Bo wen, were employes of the Wabash. The dead" are: R. H. Bohlman, skull crushed, internally injured. J. J. Preston, back broken, skull crushed, killed instantly. John Bowen, skull crushed, internally injured, ki...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 March 1895

4 LATEST NEWS FROM OAKLAND. George Leslie Harrying the Coroner With His Strange Story. A COUNCILMAN PREACHES. A. Restaurant-Keeper Routs a Riotous Crowd of Hood lums. George Leslie, the father of Mrs. Frankie p, who was found dead in the Ever d the Ban Leandro road, called upon Coroner Baldwin early Sunday morning ami in a loud and abusive man ner ordered that official to issue him a per mit to have his daughter's body exhumed, as he believed that Bhe had been poisoned. Coroner Baldwin, knowing what the testi mony of the physicians had been at the inquest and thinking the old gentleman not quite right in his head led him to the door and told him he had better go home. The story of the old man, who is past 70, j is a pitiful one and shows plainly that he should be taken where he would be prop erly cared for. "My daughter's home life before she j married was a happy one," said he; "but ■ she was drugged and wedded to Miller j while she didn't know what she was doing. But when Frankie ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 March 1895

THE FIRST SAIL OF THE SEASON. A Cloudy Day Cruise of the Yawl Yacht Frolic on the Bay. ST. PATRICK ON THE FRONT. Sergeant Tom Mahoney With Ax Armful of Young Crap Players. Si Patrick came to the water front in cloud.- and mist and the rain-lade-, breaths of an incipient tsotithwester blowing wetly among the ships. In the damp, cool at mosphere the sprays of shamrocks in the buttonholes of the home-loving EmeraM Islanders amond the docks were as fresh and green as the grass-coated sods of the land that lirst nurtured nnd ennobled the the pretty little triple-leaf plant. Along the wharves the absence of the wheel and arrow gambling games was notable, the combined forces of the police and the storm having moved the pro prietors of those swindling devices on. In the saloons a few persons of a convivial turn of mind were enlivening the spiritless THE YAWL- YACHT FROLIC CATCHING THE FIRST OF YESTERDAYS SOUTHSASTER [Sketched for the "Call" by W. A. Coulter.] day spirituously. The metal-thr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 March 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY" CALL— »C per year by mail; by carrier, Isc per week. SUNDAY CALL— ♦I.SO per year. WEEKLY CALL— »I.SO per year. • The Eastern ofllce of the BAN" FRANCISCO CALL (Dally and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Khinrlander building, Hose and Duane streets, New York. MONDAY MARCH 18, 1895 Silurians are pawnbrokers. He is the Budd of railroad promise. The scalpers ye shall have always with you. It is much safer to pray for rain than to bet on it. Good streets are the best indication of prosperity. There are no cobblestones in the road to progress. Combination is sometimes better than competition. You never help your town by denounc ing your neighbors. He who subscribes to the valley road lays up treasures in bank. The transgressor never gets off a hard road without getting into the mud. Investigation has the eel of legislative scandal by the tail, but can it hold it? The frost may have blighted the fruit su...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 March 1895

MONDAY MARCH 18, 1895 JUST ABOUT THE WEATHER. The weather yesterday was sympathetically that generally accredited to the day devoted to the honor of St. "Patrick The Bhowers prevented many fromen joying planned outings'but there ■PL- for to-day. Forecaster Hanimon says: Generally fair Monday; slightly warmer: fresh westerly w:nds. LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF. yachts were under sail on the bay yesterday. J :; trick came to the water front yesterday Is and ruin. The yachtsmen are hard at work getting their crafi in shape for opening day. The California Cycling Club held a wet road race yesterday at San Leandro. Five hundred people witnessed the coursing meet at Ocean View yesterday. Local sportsmen are urging the Governor to sign the game bill passed by the Legislature. Charles Ott won the Brat prize in the Grntli Club shooting match at San Rafael yesterday. Governor Budd and several members of the Legislature came down from Sacramento yes terday. The yawl yacht Frolic of the San Francisco Ya...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 March 1895

8 PUBLICATION OFFICE: ESS MontKomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock P. M. BRANCH OFFICES— Market street, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight ; FEO Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock ; 717 Larkin street, open until 9:30 o'clock ; SW. coiner Sixteenth Slid Mission streets, open until 9 o'clock; 2518 , M tssion street, open until 9 o'clock ; and 116 Ninth street, open until 9:30 o'clock NOTICE OF MEETINGS. j^^i sa^Tfrancisco chapter Xo! j» s?^ 1, Royal Arch Masons, meets THIS Jfa^ EVENING. Business and degrees. vf 2? H. G. PRINCE, Secretary, r^^ s^-3=- OCCIDENTAL i^odge No. 22, m tS32? F. and A. M., will meet THIS (MON- _J& DAY) EVENING. March 18, at 7^3o^Jzf o'clock. First degree, By order of. W. M". /\» r > H. JONES. Sec. wr 7gr» KING SOLOMONS LODGE NO. iT atr-s3 / 260. F. and A. M., corner of Geary and _*\_ Bteiner sts.— Called meet ing THIS (Monday) 'JsT "JT EVENING at 7 o'clock, for third degree. By r^r\ order of the W. M. HARRY BAEHR, Sec. US*" FUNERAL...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 March 1895

<IT\ REAL ESTATE. {'^^~SA_roF~Gn3^_DGED • t4p(jUVVf . bnstnt'ss corner. - - ■ Improvements 3 years old, and consist of drug- store, itore, bakery and corner flat of "ft rooms and bath: total income $72 60 n Pr mm i 25 feet of lot unimproved: $5000 bank mon^e-' location XW. cor. of 24th and Castro sts. which li the business point of that section. Apply to Tom v- A McXALLY, 630 Market, st. *~\ ' 9 1 «BIN ksl LUU. '-'?, ~ d hoaseon Van N'en « » Vl L\t\J. mshed house on Vau Ness aye noli, G^en Gate aye. TROLL « sli,. N - ;^/' 8 7| $6000. Pair new fla's 5n Western Addition near Ont « f call «|^g^»_^ B 1 V i :E ™ * -. IV Montgomery st. A 1 1( ..u.n iM !•?•:. .vki. PROPERTY NEAR l^C^rgcn^flgT 1 1 * TO -'* fl6 °- V - box 1 700 PWSE, 5 BOOMS: BARN, _%U_-n^ a Berkeley; lot 100x100, with creek: wUn orrtJSS USe , r °° mS: fiDe corner 120X135, Oo^^Too'v^rfv 0^ 4 ° X ™°' "^»dnmized;sloo H.V.LKY,46M: 1 ,ko: „.. or Berkeley F°^ TENEMENT HOUSK 18 ROOMS J- - lo t ; rents .>.,8 per month : mortg...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 18 March 1895

10 COT HER THROAT FROM EAR TO EAR. Cora Everett, a Dive Actress, Was Murdered While She Slept. CHARLES RICE UNDER ARREST The Coufle Lived Together and Were Frequently Heard Quarreling. Another tragedy was added to the al ready loniz list yesterday morning. Charles i O'Neil, alias Charles Inman. alias Charles ! Kice, cut the throat of his mistress, Cora Long, alias Cora Everett, or "La Belle Cora," as she was better known on the variety stage. The couple came here from Sacramento about four months ago and went to live at 6?A% Broadway. They secured work at the Bottle Koenig dive on Montgomery avenue, and did fairly well there. When the Klite dive, on the corner of Geary and Pnpont streets, opened last Monday they secured an engagement there, and both Cora Everett. [Sketched by a " Call " artist] acted their parts last Saturday night- They left the dive in company with Harry Conley about 1:45 o'clock Sunday morn- i ing, and when they bade the latter "Good by" on the corner of Sacramen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 March 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.-NO. 99. PACIFIC COAST NEWS Fremont Smith Sen tenced atColusato Be Hanged. TAKEN TO SAN QUENTIN. He Had KilledTwoCompanions for Their Money and Clothes. HE SAYS HE IS INNOCENT. The History of the Crime as Brought Out at the Trial Over a Year Ago. COLUSA, Cal., March 18. — Fremont Smith was brought before Judge Bridge ford of the Superior Court to-day at 10 a. m. and sentenced to be hanged June 7 between the hours of 9 a. m. and 4 p. m. He stood like a statue, uttered no word going and coming or in the courtroom. His eyes moistened, and tears glistened just a little. The dead silence of the courtroom was almost appalling, and as he marched away to the jail the crowd silently dispersed. All believe him guilty. He left on the noon train for San Quentin in charge of an officer. There is an old house in L. F. Moulton's pear orchard, below Colusa on the Sacra mento, which was the scene of the murder during the latter part of December. 1893. Three men were residing there, cla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 March 1895

2 upon the question of jurisdiction in the <ase where citizens of a State which is party to the suit are joined with those of another State, the Chief Justice said: "If, by virtue of subject matter, the case comes within the judicial power of the United States, it does not follow that it comes within the original jurisdiction of this court. Jurisdiction does not obtain simply because the State is a party. It was held at an early day that Congress could either enlarge or restrict the original jurisdiction of this court, and no attempt to do so is suggested here. What Congress may have power to do in relation to the ju risdiction of the courts of the United States is not in question, but whether, where the constitution provides that this court shall have an original juris diction in cases in which the Siate is plaintiff and the citizens of another State the defendant, that jurisdiction can be held to embrace a suit between a State and citizens of another State. We are of the opinio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 March 1895

GRESHAM'S OWN ACT Deserves All the Glory for Calling Spain to Time. BUT NO APOLOGY COMES. Secret Negotiations as to Firing Upon the Steamer Allianca. OFFICIAL ACTION NOT TAKEN. If the Offending Government Is Wrong Full Reparation Will Be Made. WASHINGTON, March 18.— The report that Secretary Gresham had received from Spain, through American Minister Taylor, a diplomatic message, couched in courte ous and mild language, promising to make appropriate amends if the Allianca affair should prove to be as reported, is entirely erroneous, as no such message has been received from Minister Taylor. There was, however, received yesterday by the Span ish Minister to the United States a cable message in cipher from the Spanish Gov ernment, instructing him to assure the United States Government that the matter would be inquired into, and that if Spain was in the wrong full reparation would be made, but that no action of that nature could be taken until the Spanish Govern ment had an official rep...

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