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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 July 1895

BUSINESS CHANCES. "pROLL & STENBERG, 719 MARKKT?rCEXR i •IT Third, sell or exchange businesses, '■ furnished house*, orchards, vineyards, San Francisco. - Ala- medft and Oakland property; send particulars; all ' applications for sales promptly attended to. VRMLI. * BTENBKRO, 719 Market s.. "pHOTOs-ENGRAVING; DESIGNING COPPER .1 line etching plant: controls lanr* city trade; employs Isirgo number of help; selling account de- par; >irc.\ TROLL & STENEERG, 71& Market st. ' » •2 f{• > X A "NTTn~M A~nVf~AOTUB- V C'-'-'^ ing ylcislty; established foi y.ars; pres-' \ os: owner retiring from business: paying inve«t- fjnient for steady man: bargain. PROLL & STEN- » JiJKRU. 719 Market st. CtilOn RESTAURANT ON WATER FRONT »~-±ImJ. opposite steamer-lai:dtns:: immense trade in vicinity, where several hundred workmen lire employed; going to Europe. PROLL & .STEN- BEBG, 719 Market st. *97 *; SALOON — well ESTABLISHED; O— • *' day and night trade; cl?iir stand: on Third; s...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 2 July 1895

ii THESE FOUR WILL SCAN THE POLL LISTS Mayor Sutro Names the New Election Com mission. APPOINTMENTS FAVORED Heads of Both the City Com mittees Say the Choice Is Good. PHELAN IS A MILLIONAIRE, And He Is Nothing More— Hlnton Will Probably Be Secretary to the Commission. P. N. Wellin, Democrat; carpenter and contractor— Four yean*. Samuel Foster, Republican; merchant- Four years. • James E. Denman, Democrat ; capital -Ist—Two years. Albert K. Cagtle, Republican ; mer chant. Mayor Sutro late yesterday afternoon appointed these four gentlemen to form the new Board of Election Commissioners, as provided by act of the last Legislature. One of them— P. K. Wellin, a Democrat, for the long term— came as a complete sur prise. He had not heretofore been men tioned for the office. Wellin took the place that has all along been set aside in the gossip of politicians and others for James D. Phelan. It ap pears that Mr. Phelan, as Mayor Sutro said, had the misfortune to be a million aire, and the ph...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 July 1895

y^iitiriyoßvi LXXYIfe^NO. 33. LOWERED A RECORD. Virginia ;;: ; Fair's. Bicycle : y} : Ach ievement at • ■ ; ; ■ Newport* v ''* FIGURES AS A &CQRCHEE. Mrs. Henry (Jlews' East Ride qn the Ocean- Briya Easily. ; ; . * : -' v <' ;•' : , \ Outdone. ■; v ' ■ .'; •'\ „;•;.■ PBIDE OF .THE SMART SET. ■'; The i'Ve-lress ■■'.■t:o: Be'Giverv: a Drnner Because of Her Successful Rae9 .■ •■•. ■. - for the Charnpionshlp. Vl' : \-\\ ."■' NEWPORT, X, : T.. July 2.— Mts. Henry. . .;onl lias ' be^.Ti broken, by. iir: ; :th e:\Caliiarnia .heiress,".' ei-ttrt* >[.ri lti nuahnOelnebs )l:s ( . \ - (.ovcred ; the oc*an : . ■ cqnsidereA a distance of. tea riiHes,. in an • hour. ."■•.■■>ocro.ry. writers- thought- the time '"■• gbbB; ". 1 >■• : t : i -i ii in ftt i-ate] y | set ■ about to find ■vSOhi'e-.tfHeJsi} beat i.t.,v -.;■•■.'■:'. '■,'/•] : ; 'V ;. ' ; : :■••■ ••M.iss-.-.T'ajr-. who 'regarded- a? a very : . fast ritler, •:. was- aown- Jqr. /trial '. $lon<|ayr: ;'-, .a'fie-ni6tiii.,^ VJ...

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

2 THEY SEE THE BODY. \ Crowds of the Morbidly 'j: } i Curious View ; the ; *' ■ . ; r '';..;: Remains _ OF AN EXECUTED MAW. ': Dr. . Buchanan's Funeral Fur nishes; a Show In the : /y^ ; V:AV ; '-; ; Eighth Ward. .• /:.:'. CHILDREN AMONG SPECTATORS. . Little Ones Taken .Into an Under taker's Shop; by : Their :. ■ ' : Thoughtless Parents. . '. . ':■'.:■ .NEW YORK, N.Y. .'July 2.— There, was ■■.: : a ghastly >how "in" the. Eighth Ward to-day. The fii.ive.rai of: Dr. Robert \V. Buchanan; . who was eieeuted yesterday at Sing Sing,. •' was heM at : -.3 o'clock. y It took place from the undertaker's shop of Anthony Hahna •'.-' at ' 127-Ya.rick street; .lu>t because the ;•■ body; "of an executed / wife-murderer lay •there, the undertaker's shop : Fas crowded •by himd-reilsof. persons ever since the body . ; . was. brought: down -at -C- o'clock last night . j&'ntii . it was taken away ••.this afternoon; '••'■.'From: the, time -of ; its arrival: until -'2:30 '' 'o'clock' this-niorni...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 July 1895

COOKING A FINE ART. ;l^lissV:; Whi taker *s - Able Pemafistrat io h at t h c . Chautauqua. • P^jCiElC GROVE'S GUESTS. The Summer School of Art and Literature Opens Wjth .. •■■."''. ... . ' Eclat. FEATURES . OF " THE . SESSION. ' '■'•' ! - " ■ '"" '* *"..*"■* • . • :*, £ Lectures by Prominent Educators rV; and Musical Concerts Among : :.•' _-.;• .'• ■;•.. ..'-■ V . the Attractions. PACIFIC GROVE"; Cai,., July 2.— The VsixteejVtliihnual session of the California ;uiqi:-a opened -.with a large represen-. ::ta;io;ii; : o.£;deles.ates;.. •:■-..' : " M-iss-KfYte F,..- \Vh if afcer" opened the pro-: gramme .With; a' demonstration, of cookery. i>r. .-Hirst 'introduced .Miss Whitaker, and i in; -a/few happy, remark's mentioned the ap •■■ lateness pfc^kery being the opening ' siii)iee.t' -for- 'the ; : 'Cha-utau«iuan Assembly. Miss V b it.a lce c :^n's;greeted wit warm'ap .plau'seVand -pforjpoded- after a few' words of ..'greeti-n's to-'iiiake.'weaJ croquettes-: White y;^tfi^&Wes > ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 July 1895

4 STOCKTON'S BIG FETE The San Joaquin Me tropolis to Rejoice on the Fourth. CARNIVAL ON THE LAKE. A Regatta in the Afternoon to Be Followed by a Pageant at Night. PROCESSION OF THE FREAKS. Novel Innovation In the Way of a Street Parade— Athletes to Contest. STOCKTON', Cat.., July 2.— Thursday will be a gn-at day in Stockton. Thou sands of people are coming hero to witness .the festivities on Independence day, and they will not be at a loss to find entertain ment. For: weeks oast Stocktonians have been pretiaring a programme of events ■■that wil) "keen the visitors busy from the time they arrive until the midnight hour .ii'lc'l. S'.iMkton has learned from experience that it does .not -.-do to do things . by halves, .^and Thur-d-iy will present a series of entertainments that will be hard to surpass. ■ '...'' :: . -. .-■'.-' ' . l -S ''.'.■ . ••■; It wa? hoped that the first sod '.vov.ld : be turned by the builders Mi'tite Sin Fran cisco and San Joaqiiin Valley Railway, as the commenc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 July 1895

PACIFIC COAST NEWS A Santa Rosa Hotel Man Under Arrest for Fraud. DYNAMITERS IN TROUBLE Prominent Men Accused of Blowing Up a Moscow Warehouse. YUBA BUtfKO MEN IN JAIL. Two More Arrests In Connection With the Certificate Con spiracy at Spokane. BANTA ROSA, Cal, July 2 — A. B. Fan ning has been arrested on complaint of Mrs. A. F. Byrnes, the former proprietor of the Byrnes Hotel in this city, on a charge of obtaining $l. r ioo worth of house told furniturfe and effects under false pre tenses.. Mrs. Byrnes claims that Fanning repre sented himself as being a first-class hotel man and worth considerable money and property in Los Angeles. On this as suimpticjn. she was induced to sell out to him. On the other hand, Fanning claims to have purchased the hotel and by reason of misrepresentation gave his note as part payment, and that at the time of his ar irest he was endeavoring to have the note annuied. : Mrs. Byrnes alleges that Fanning stated that he would require thirty to sixty days t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 July 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, ■y • \-. ; ' •'■ '.-•' •' iT ; Editor, and Prorri i3r. ." '. ■ ;.; ; : v ': A SUBSCRIPTION RATES: / PAILTCAIIL--H; per ; ear bj iaiU; Vy carrier, 15c .-■■,.plpr%e«k..-.v r ' ■;■.-•. ■■ .•.-.■-.•• -„.••:•".; :.'•-. ■ .- . ■ "-. "■•■■ SV>.i>.\Y GAtl>f per rear. . , ■ ■'• IV.'liEKX^' CAL't— Jl^Olwr year. .. -.;.: -, ;:.' .' . The 'EastPrq 1 office of the SAN FRANCISCO ': •CALL (paiijvJiad. \\*eekiy), Pacific States Adver- . Using : Kurij^u;.' -li-^inelarider -building, pose and \ji Pa»ne streeU, yew York. y : ■ - - -. .. . : ; Trite summer Months: « ; • Aroyrr. goiirp'to thecot'.atrycin a vacation '*.- .if ■ cc. ft'is'no trouble- for us i;fo forward TIIK CAUL to ■'■■." jour address; ■oi lot it miss you for you will - iii'ssit. ■'. Onicrs.vpiycn' to. the carrier, or left at . VEttsirie'ss- office, .TlQ.ilurkef street,: will, receive '.'rronipt attention.. : . ■ ...;.....■•..•■.';;■ .-.'■ ■/'■ ■ .\VK^NK>-PAY. ..;.,..\.... .:■■...,. 3, 1895- •'■•':'. M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 July 1895

DNI -PAY •..:■■' ■".:.'■■ JI'LY 3, 1895 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. : ■ . The 'deficit . : in; the Fourth of July, fund is •?52i,i2.-; .•.".,."• . : • : ; :-,; /: ■;'.. ; - '.■->; v : ■■;•■• ■' The" winners at the track yesterday were ': iVolly M, ( i ty (.iirl,; Centurion/ MiTsrlane and '• rummer. , ; .V'; ■_ . '/.".',.'••'. V ..' •■'■ '.' V ...-'"' ■" ••'• •■••' " -MissHu King Eng, the Chinese girl doctor, r'wfl^.givo.n a reception at the Central Methodist: • ;ChiircKiVst.even-in.g:_:. ■■ ■■ ,-' ■; _'; ■ ;';■-■•.:- ■'.•: ..':.;; : : The executive committee of .the. Fourth of -• *'\ July- crleb'rati'op "-had --more trouble yesterday - . -afternoon- .over- fireworks.-'.'' " ' ; .-•■•;■-. ''■ ■•■' ..- !-'• ■• " ■-". • jjnss'-.Susari.-B.. Anthony and Revv Anna. Shaw. • . at! dressed a' largo audience in Golden Gat e Hall ■.-•' Jast. flight bu' woman suffrage; 7 .-■■:. • :^."- : - ..' . • ' •' Several interesting games" -will be played in '.- .' tin- handball-courts tdrinorrow, .the event o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 July 1895

8 REPUBLICAN CONVENTION The Movement to Win the National Council for San Francisco. STATE CLUBS TO MEET HERE. Annual Assembling of the Execu tive Council of California— lts Objects. ' . The animal 'meeting of the Republican f ' Executive Council of California, held last j • Saturday night in Judge Belcher's court- j -. 'room, was an important one. :. ■ ■ . The objects of the council are: . ' First— create, foster and promote harmony " ' in lire Republican party in the State of Cali . .forma. "■ . • : '. : -. .-.--. ... '. ' •• •• . ' Second— To maintain and advocate the prin ciples of that party as they may from time to | time be enumerated by its recognized conven tions. '■■'..-■ •■•'■.■ ':■ '■•-- Third— To use its best efforts, for.the nomina tion .of' loyal Republicans and honest and • capable citizens for office; . . ■ " .Fourth— To do all in its /power to secure the 1 election of all regularly nominated candidates of the Republican party. . : . . . . Fifth— give such aid and co...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 July 1895

INSURANCE COMMISSION. M.R. Higgins Submits His An nual Report to Governor Budd. MANY INTERESTING DATA. Important Points Decided — Cut ... Rates— Appraisement of .. Realty.. : .... . ... -...•"■•■• ■ i .'■' •■'lnsurance' Commissioner M. E: Higgins /, has, transmitter! his twerity-seyentli annual .' ;:repprt"to^ Governor James;H,i>udd.. From advance sheets the Call". is enabled to fur ': rush a digest bttlie. "report, covering opera tions of the: State Insurance Department '.. for the twelve months ending December 31, .ISM.' ■■■■:' : : ■.-••■ : '. •••' ; . ' ' .'. The report treats of a wide range of sub jects, including: * ■•.•Removal of Suits, to ■Federal Go'ttrts.'i "Mutual Benefit Life of ?'AnVenca-,V . l :Th.e Harper Case," "Cut Rates "'■"■■-'! Youth's Endowments," "Minne ■-•npoiis ; Masonic Relief, I . "Fraternal Life v ■■As'soci.atipir."' ■ •iX'atiqiwi . Surety Com ; .panf;'.; it Investment' Corn ' panics;!* ■-.■"Mutual '.Relief . Association," ■ --"Farmers'- . Alliance,'! '...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 July 1895

10 The COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Silver steady. Shipping Wheat weak. Barley declining. ■.-.■. . . ! ■ .",. /_.,". •'. Oats, Corn and Rye dull. .' .' \; ..' ' •'; , Hay weak., . • Beans Inactive. .' .. .' • •-. • Potatoes steady. Onions easy. :■ ■■ .... .' Butter Cheese unchanged. • • • I _. I %■■ ry weak. ■■'"•.■ ■ ..'-Hens and Young Kciosters firmer.- '^-^^^ . ".Apricots firm. Peaches weak. •■ '-:' „ . Gran^esi Lemons and Lime^ declined. . ■ ■'. '••Hides unchanged. ■ jg^^^KaM^|>S I'puision.s qttiot. : ■•-.:■ ■■ . . .';■ 'Vegetables in good supply. ■■ •-..." WKATHEK FI'HEAU KEPORT. T'NITKI' STATES TIKPARTMKXT =OF AGRTCT7T/-| Trß ,. Wkather Bureau.. Wisri Francisco. •: . July ■2 , 1 595,. . 6p.m. — Synopsis .and gen era! • ■.forecast.' :•'..- ' -'•■• ■' •-...■ •''■■•" The "following an- the seasonal ralnfft'is to date us •compared with those of the same date last year: Eureka .10; ; las! year .09; feed ..IHoff; .10, last year ;oo : imenio .00. last year .00. Sun Fra...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 July 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS Dr. Fisher Says He Will Brook No Interference From the A. P. A. DR. SARAH SHUEY'S OPINION. Three Robbers Plead Guilty-Death of Dr. Margaret C Porter. Native Sons' Outing. The Board of Health case that has been attracting so much atten'ion of late is again : demanding v attention ; from the Oakland, public. The A. P. A. has parsed and printed the following set of resolutions: ■■■ '■■■■ ■..:. : ■:•:.;• H\"l ■•" '.-.CovXcih ■ No. 47, A. I. A.) ■;;■ ' '■■■■ • ■■ ■•■'■ .uKiANf. 1 a;.. June 24, 1895. j.. -■ Whereas, The Mayor :ef the city of Oakland, -.-■ in his'ciY'lei:v.'.-» t,,: purify. municipal politics and office -!!<1 re<'Piit:lj* with that .object in V : vie* : ;aripc>i ; nt ,l>rs. »i'.iey find lveekw ith as niem . ".tiers of the Board of. Heal t;h> with the. implied inderstanding 1 Mat: they would point none '■Hit ..n-,.'ni.Wer« : of the A.: I. A. to position within the gift of siitd]rh«rd: aha whereas, Drs.Snuey : an'd%eek with -'did ■jlehberat...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 July 1895

12 THE FIRE SUFFERERS. Ladies of St. fto»e*S I'arisli Have Opened a Belief l'.iireau and Desire Contributions. A relief bureau was opened yesterday by the ladies of St. Rose's parish at 517J4 Fourth street, near Welsh, to assist families rendered destitute by the late lire. The ladies will receive food and clothing of every description at their rooms. The children seem to h«;ve suffered most and need prompt assistance. Bedclothes, men's and women's wear, shoes, etc., will be gratefully received. The ladies who will go out* to solicit aid have received books from the committee to show their authority. Many families do not wish to be publicly known as sufferers, but are really destitute. Proper persons have been appointed to visit them and learn what articles of food and clothing are most re quired. Care has been taken that those in charge of the rooms where food and clothing are received will distribute the relief to those only who are deservim; without distinction of class or creed....

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 July 1895

, - CITY I'.KAL ESTATE. . f.. ; : (■" . ; UMBSEN.v_".C_'i;;- "■ ■/."•". ; =: -■.-' ' .'.-• -''.■•"■ TV-:;- 1 .'■ -':■' .•■•>- .■■•••:•" ".'. '.■.' ■ ■■.■■■■■■■ '.-.-.■ ',-.■ "- - .": KEALESTATE/AGENTS, RENT COLLECTORS l'y^:t ;1. '". •'.; ' AND AUCTIONEERS. \ : '"•,>•'■■. ..'.- : : ..;.-• ..-.. .=.-■ _.....•;•■•/ ' ifflce end; S^i-esrobm ; f~. ;••; '-.....'-.• • ■.-'.■'- i4.:MohtK.omerj'.st.,.rieur -..Market,^ Son/ Francisco. :■■ f'-i-'nil/anil obtain one of our ."Real Estate Records.'-' '-■-."■-.- Kit- li. coiK-ains- a list Of properties for sale In all ;!-;..0j-an?,.of'-the-city.; : . '.".'.■ -.■'.- ' -.- ' . v, :. : .-v ;.'■/: ;;'.' •■■-'•■ :€■/' '■■;•'.'■- ISCPROyKD i'ltoi-KKTY. ... &TPL : nfkjf\ DO TOWN .RESIDENCE ■:; ::-\^.i..O .\J\.t\f . bul able for : . a doctor ;,: 12 rooms •'."■"."and bath.; bay-windows: - brick foundation, etc.: ■;••:■ ./j|ij:^s---ut renting.- 'for *960 per anriujn: 10t.46.J10x. ;.-":. Ki'7:6. with ell 17:6x91 -8; - connecTing with an- •/••ccjthc...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 July 1895

14 HARMONY REIGNS IN THE SUFFRAGE CAMPS The Hostile Wings No Longer War With Each Other. OLIVE BRANCH OFFERED. Two Annual Meetings of One State Association Held Yesterday. ONE ADJOURNED SPEEDILY. The Other Adopted a New Constitu tion and Elected a Full Quota of Officers. The woman suffragists of California are no longer divided among themselves. When the sun rose yesterday they were gathered in two camps, as hostile 10 each other as they have been for a year. When the orb|of day had made its half round of earth and dropped into the western ocean the olive branch had been extended and received, and where the house had been separated nothing but harmony prevailed, and a united front was presented to march onward against the obnoxious word "male" in the constitution. For the year past, two organizations, each claiming to be the original and only California State Woman's Suffrage Educa tional Association, have held aloof from each other. The one was composed of Mrs. Nellie Holbrook Blin...

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

VOLUME LXXVIII.-NO, 34. HELD FOR THE CRIME Kovalev Must Answer •; for the Killing of . : -. ■ the Webbers. ■"■; : A SENSATION IN COURT. Grief of the Victims' Daughter ) % When Details of the Crime . .:;=■:;':•■ - : .;.r; Are : Given^ ; ;. ; : - • • THE EXILE Off THE STAND. Tells a Rambling and Discon :;.V nected Story Which Does Not : .; : '■■; '■'■■■■'/'.■ "• Strengthen His Case. '. / ■ ■■;- : .SACR : .AMENi > .O, .Cai*,- July. 3.— lvan the Russian /convict, .was . to-day . held to answer before the. Superior; Court ■ for : the murder Of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Webber; after an examination lasting two : days.. : The last witness -. examined was .Kovaiev himself arid he did not tell a very ' plausible or /connected story of his wander ings about > en- Year's day, though he claimed to have been in San Francisco on the night the Webers were murdered. It is generally conceded that a strong chain •.of. evidence has' been forged about him, . and which he cannot possibly break. Zak . rew...

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

2 MARYSVILLE JUSTICE. Sentence of Death for the Slayer of Julius Pier. FOUL CRIME OF FIENDS. They Had Beaten and Choked an Aged Merchant to Death. PETITIONED FOR LENIENCY. indignant Citizens Resent the Fav oritism Shown Murderer Miller's Accomplice. : M AT! YS-VILLE. Cat,., July 3.— The sen tence of death was passed on Marshall J. Miller- this •'.morning for the murder of J.til his Pier. : ■ . ■ The case is one that lias excited deep in terest, and the whole community has been ■aFqjised.ev«r since the commitment of the ■crihie. [tier was an aged Hebrew clothing • dealer, and -Miller, in company with a young elect-rkian named Stewart A. Green, plannevi: to rob the. okt fellow, who was /Supposed to have considerable money con ..eealed about the premises. On the night : of Ma\'i";last they secreted themselves in ,a\rpoßi back of Pier's store, and as tne old ■man passed through to go to bed he was struck down, bound,, gagged and beaten into, insensibility. The robbers then ran sacked th...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 July 1895

;'..':". •- •'. '. ;.' ■ - ..V •: ■ . ■ '. ■ ' ' ' * . ' . —______——— ____-——————_——-————■ _-———_. —»___»»».^»^.^__ F __^_-i-^__— _ L___»' . " '^h3l A I 1"™"1 k. '4 \* SjEJCOInTID EIDITIO^Sr. { ( .4w (^B /mrWITP AtS^\/flAllCi 1111-} i A BARREL OF MONEY. : ■■I. •• •' a^feir = - trdf 1 I W/l I \ )^ )R^* \ H Ufe V! l|[\ r BARREL REFILLED. ''■ !'•":■■ .■•'.•■ i- ■'• " : i;-'- ■' - : l!jP : r-~ i "~^?§r' x 4 vl~^ n\l '<i" -^'^^-''^t'll^ \J- Lgf '" =^g~ ' **■'' 2^ J^ _^k I l^^^l If I- !' A. Glass Barrel is placed in. our window sealed and foil of small <.' .■':•,;•;•■ .'■";■.• -<*^§"^^ . v j-<'- T" jrs^*^^ ==:::s::^r t J j^ l^vk. ra^^. M^^k^ f __/ * _^f '' The glass barrel is 8 inches' high by 15 inches in circumference. -You'\": ;>V'-..>--\- ; t- ';;•: : -': :- ./^T^^£____^f_r^^B^«_j WF 'ifo^ jy,/^'^ / s_7^ iff, r^ *" "^ I l ' are to guess the total amount of Coin in the barrel; '•. . ;^*." ; ;/.v.- ■>: : >5 {•'. ':.•■[■:=. ; :; .' ■ ... ' : >r-=li : iyS-_^3_t-...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 July 1895

4 MORTON AND TAYLOR Sarcastic Answer to the X\ / Ex-Cohgressman's Letter. ■'. . IGNORANCE AND FACTS. The Agricultural . Secretary ; Gives Texas Cattlemen . ■ IS Some Information. ;■; QUARANTINE LAWS NECESSARY. :■' Steamship Companies Preparing to 'f -.■;'>' Take Mexican Cattle Direct :•..,■.. ta Europe. ; WA^nrN^rroN, T>. 0., July 3.-Colonel Abner. Taylor, .ex-tnem.h'er of Congress and a leading member of the 'Far well-Chicago syndicate which built 1 the : Texas State •• •Capitol find received.in return several mil ! lion, acres of State land, recently addressed ■ a.letter to. Secretary .Morton, criticizing his :'■ cirder for the admission of Mexican cattle .over the.Texas border without obstructive restrictions. •. ■'■ ■ • • .'•'■' •' . i : .Secretary Morton has given, out a reply, ■'. in which he i.ndulges.in same very sarcastic ; comment's upon .Colonel Aimer Taylor and ■his; . assistants. The salient portions of •' Secretary Morton's, caustic letter are as ■ follow?: ... ■...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
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