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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 July 1895

THE BAY DISTRICT RACES The Elmwood Stock Farm Horses Again Carry Off the Honors. INSTALL ATOR SCORED AGAIN. Roma Showed Her Heels to the Company In the Mile and Six teenth Handicap. - _r---:^ Charley Quijift started in the day well by backing Dura-ngo, but loir rather heavily on his favorite, tittle Cripple. St Patrick, a bay -gelding, by Judge -Me- Kinßtry, and at one time a very fair performer, died at the tract yesterday. ' Eddie Jones distinguished himself by riding three winners- yesterday, while Chevalier was hot after him with two grata. Peter Weber, the. well-known horseman, who now resides in Los Angeles, is uponafiying trip and visited the track yesterday. The "beware of long odds" did not frighten John Humphrey, for he backed Tiberius to the exteut of several hundred dollars. Some littlr excitement was caused in the ring yesterday by an angry tilt of words between Charley Quinn and Harry McCarthy. The for mer was laboring under the impression he had given young Mr. McCart...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 July 1895

12 AMONG THE COAST MINES. Many Transfers of Prospects Reported at Various Points. REVIVAL OF FOLSOM PLACERS. Miners Are Waiting for the Opening of the Uncompahgre Reservation. Rumor has it that the Utica mine of Angels Camp is now yielding upward of half a million dollars in gold per month, and that one of the richest and largest ore bodies ever found in the State is being •worked. Arrangements have at last been made to work the low-grade ores of the Gover mine in Amaclor County. The milling facilities are to be greatly increased at once. The people who have taken hold of the mine have ample capital to carry on extensive operations. The Alaska mine, Sierra County, was sold, as recently reported, and has been closed down for the present. Small placer claims, where one or two men can make wages, are in demand in these days. Ground that has lain idle for twenty or thirty years is now considered worth working. A week ago a half-column telegram from Shasta County announced the discovery ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 July 1895

FfMNKSS CHANCES. . PTiM MAitKin. n1: \i: X Third, sell or exchange businesses, furnished houses.- orchards, vineyards, San Francisco, Ala- . in eda and Oakland- "property; send particulars; all -applications ' for sales promptly intended to. PROLL A STKNBERG, 719 Market st. ACRIFICE — : MUST SELL;' FANCY' AND k^ staple K'rocery; centrally located: doing good business: receipts $40 daily; rent low, PROLL, STENBERO.A < Q.,'719 Market st. "qaloon for sale at a bargain if O tnketi this wee.k; ow.ner has other business that requires alien-lion: investigate. PROLL, STEN- BEBG A CO., 719 Mar st. .- -,-\ .BAKERY. RESTAURANT, WEST- *i?O>.)yJ. em. 'Addition; genuine bargain : reason- • able rent:- sejlinir account of departure. PROLL ' .A STh'.N.BKItU. 719 Market st. • Ql "QrtJl '< ; *3ri^EU GROCERY. BAR: WEST- ?S ± O\J ''. -crn .addition of Market; fine stock, " fixtures; established family trade; average sales, guaranteed "i$COO a month. PROLL _ STEN- BRRG..7I9 Market.- pHOa'O-KNdn...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 July 1895

14 THE STORY OF THE NINTH CIRCUIT COURT Tal£s of Piracy and Legal Battles for Millions. JUST FORTY YEARS AGO Hon. Matthew Hall McAllister Was Appointed the First Judge. LAWYERS WERE IN DEMAND. Cases Cropped Up on All Sides and Briefless Barristers Were Unknown. A canvas-covered book containing a few hundred pages of blue-tinted paper, fairly well written up as penmanship goes, is Minute Book No. 1 of the United States Circuit Courr, in this City, now stored among the archives in the clerk's office of that tribunal. On page lof this old-time record— the date is July 2, 1855— is to be found a copy of a "commission* which re cites that Franklin Pierce, President of the I'nited Stetes, by and with the advice and consent of xhe Senate, has appointed Matthew Hall McAllister Circuit Judge for California, all of which is duly attested by "William L. Marcy, Secretary of State. The date of the commission is March 3, 1855, and from recitals in the court minutes it appears that his Honor Judge ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 July 1895

VOLUME LXXVUI.-NO. 36. TWO BANDITS CAUGHT Officers Run Down the Oregon Express Robbers. TRAILED BY PINKERTONS Part of the Loot Said to Have Been Found at Their Home. aiTICK WORK OF DETECTIVES. Inspector Thral! Confident Th^tthe Right Men Have Been Captured. CANYONVILLE. Or., July s.— The rob bers of the Oregon Express in Cow Creek Canyon on the night of July 1 are now be hind the bars. Deputy Sheriff George Quine and two Pinkerton detectives were their captors. John Case, alias McDowell, was arrested about nine miles east of Canyonville late last night anct incarcerated in the Riddles jail. This morning James Poole, the al leged confederate of Case, was captured by . Qnine in this city. When Poole was told to halt, he responded that he did not have to. Qnine drew his revolver and com pelled Poole to throw ud his hands. He was placed in the jail in this place, and later was taken to Riddles and placed in a cell near that occupied by Case. ; Michael Dean, a farmer living two miles . e...

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

2 CRIME OF A CONVICT Sam Herkowitz Slashes His Wife and Cuts His Throat. MADDENED BY HER ACT. When Released From Prison She Would Not Live With Him. 4 *WITH A CONVICT, NEVEE." That Answer Caused Him to Stab Her and Then Cut His Own Throat. .NEW YORK. X. V., July s.— Samuel Herkowitz. 23 y- - -:erate ;>t.to kill his wife Mamie and him self at 74 Johnson avenue. Brooklyn, tnis morning. His wife escaped with a few his own throat from ear to ear, and will probably Herkowitz was discharged from the Au burn prison a week»ago last Wednesday. He had served a year and a half for assault- ! ing • Policeman Granger of the Eleventh ', Precinct. When he returned from prison he learned that his wife was living with friends at 74 Johnson avenue. He called on her there L,- Sunday, but was not re ceived cordially, and when he proposed to his wife that he would rent a dat, he was surprised to find that all her love for him i bad gone, and that she had resolved that ; she would never live with him ...

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

ALONG THE COAST Shocking Accident in a Plan ingr-M ill Near Redding. WORK AT PACIFIC GROVE. Water Bonds Issued by Santa Rosa Adjudged to Be Invalid. ASSESSMENTS OF SAN DIEGO. Members of a San Franslsco Party Injured in an Accident Near Santa Barbara. REDDING, Cal., July 5.— A shocking accident occurred this morning at the planing-mill of the Shasta Lumber Com pany, about twelve miles from this city. Louis W. Hamilton, an employe of the null, was under the building shifting some pulleys, when in some manner he got caught in the big belt of a flywheel. He was whirled with lightning rapidity around the wheel, and strikine the floor was crushed out of all semblance to human form. The shock of his body striking the floor was heard all over the building, and the workmen, thinking the engine had broken down, made an investigation and found the mangled remains lying on the floor. A Coroner's jury was summoned this afternoon and a verdict of accidental death was brought in. Hamilton had no r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 July 1895

4 THEMES OF TEACHERS. Annual Session of the National Council of Education. STUDY OF THE BIBLE. • President Rounds Opposes Such Action in Public Schools. DEJTOMIXATIOXAL COLORING. Sectarian Feeling Said to Run Very High in Many of the States. 1 : ■ ■ • : N ■ .-.forsa, w:: - - ■ I President Rouses, r= his opening ad dress, outlined tie work and dwelt on the Importance c: the business that was before the convention. President Sounds was opposed tc the study of the BiMe as literature in the public schools, because the teachers would undoubtedly put a de nominational coloring on it. -with the re sult that instruction wouH be more ham + ~l± >■ nil ■ DC»CJ, 7.a*P Profss^cr Barues mentioned several ;ec tkna cf the country, vis. : Parts of New York sra:e. Iud;&-A and California, »he.re it was impossible to hire Bible reading in the schools because ci a sectarian feeiine. Ke :: " :*- : thai the denominational — - Ihxeaee would in a few years tripe out en tirely moral aud rcllrious stud...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 July 1895

GOVERNOR BUDD'S VISIT The Chief Executive Will Name the Board of Health on Monday. THE ELECTION COMMISSION. He Believes the Law Constitutional. More Trouble for the National C uard. Governor Budd was in the City yester day and returned to the capital last evening. His business was in regard to the new Board of Health which he had intended to name to-day. He may do that yet, although his last words on leav ing the City wore that the appointments would be held over until Monday. The reason of this, he explained, was that he had not had time to consult with the Mayor and several medical gentlemen. Mayor Sutro and the Chief Executive had a conference, though, just before the Governor left. It is generally conceded that Doctors Morse and Williamson will be on the board, but Governor Budd would neither deny nor affirm the report re garding the latter gentleman. Before he left for Sacramento he added the names of Pr. Charles A. Clinton and Dr. Joseph O. Hirschfelder. He did not see either ...

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

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES-Postage Free : Daily and Sunday Call, one week, by caxrier.fO.ls 1 B,i> and Sunday Caj.t, one year, by mail... 6.00 Daily and Sunci: y Call, iix months, by mail 8.00 r>:Jly and Sunday C a i.t., three months, by mall 1.50 l>nily anil 9aad*y Call, one month, by mail .50 Sunday Call, one year, by mail 1.50 Wxeki.y Call, one year, by mail 1.50 BUSINESS OFFICE : 710 Market Street. Telephone Main— lß6B EDITORIAL ROOMS: 617 Clay Street. Telephone Main— lß74 BRANCH OFFICES: 630 Montgomery street, corner Clay; open until 9:30 o'clock. KSP Haves street: open until 9:30 o'clock. 7i7Lurkin street; open until 9:30 o"clock. s\\. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets; open until 9 o'clock. '.2518 Mission street; open until 9 o'clock. j 116 >"inth street; open until 9:30 o'clock. OAKLAND OFFICE : 908 Broadway. EASTERN OFFICE: Pacific States Advertising Bureau, Bhinelanrter building, Rose and Duane streets, Ntw York City. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 July 1895

SATURDAY JVLX 6, 1896 CITY NEWS IN BEIEF. - Anthony and Miss Shaw left for their homes last evening. License Collector Lee? is alter the unlicensed drugstores selling whisky. The bay is empty of ships, all the vessels in port being unloaded at the docks. AY. R. Daily signed a contract yesterday as manager of the Alcazar Theater. Amedee Joullin is devoting his summer sketching tours to studying the California sand. Mrs. Helena Talerbech has applied for letters of administration over the $-20,000 estate left by her husband. The following horses won nt the trark yes terday: Monterey, Her Majesty, Thelma, Boreas and Regal. A new badge to identify newspaper men within the fire lines will be issued before the 6nd of this month. Artist Amedee Joullin has turned his atten tion to paintiiiK sand etlectsiroia studies made all over the Pacific Coast. The wares of deep-water sailors have been raised to &2O a month and an attempt Is being mane to put the "advance' money up to $50. Tht weekly...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 July 1895

8 Sportsmen have turned their attention from the traps to the Held, where dove shooting is now in full blast, the season having opened on the Ist inst. "Wheel men and athletes enjoyed a first-class day's sport on Thursday last at Stockton and San Jose and will now take a well earned rest of a few days. Rifle-shooters have become very much enthused over the successes that have been achieved in the East by local members of the Schuetzen Club and several matches are talked of. The anglers are enjoying the cream of the fishing season; camping parties are leav ing this City for the mountains daily. THE WHEELMEN. Byrne May Be Forced into Class B. Will He Join the Olympics? CLUB EVENTS TO-MORROW. Bay City Wheelmen— Yacht ride around the bay. California Cycling Club— Run to To caloma. Camera Club Cyclietg — Bun to San Leandro. Crescent Itoad Club— Run to Stockton. Golden Gate Cycling Club— Run to Garcia. Pacific Cycling Club— Run to Center ville. San Francisco Road Club— Bun to Camp Taylcrr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 July 1895

THE BAY DISTRICT RACES. First Choices Were Successful in Four Out of Five Events. THELMA WON IMPRESSIVELY. The Old Veteran Regal Took the Last Race on the Card at Odds of 25 to 1. B. C. Holly sent Melanie up to his Flosden ranch yesterday. W. 08. Macdonough visited the track yes terday for the first time since his father's death. Many thought Piggott put up a very negli gent ride on I»ancing Girl in the two-year-old event. Charley Quinn and the usual crowd that ride ■with him went down hard on Red Idle in the last race. Tommy Lottridge, Bookmaker Rose's trainer, had the handicap sized up about right. Tommy said he thought his horse would win, with Ber nardo the horse to beat. Centurion's run yesterday should disprove of any charge of criminality on the part of Coady, who rode him in Tuesday's race, for which the boy was suspended. All interest in the owners' handicap to-day is lost from the fact that the crack In stallatOT is not to be a competitor. Mr. Boots objected, and not witho...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 July 1895

10 The COMMERCIAL WORLD. SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. No grain market. Silver a fraction firmer. Potatoes sold well. Onions easier. Butter, Cheese and Eggs dulL Young Poultry firm. Peaches. Berries and Figs cheap and weak. Apricots firm. Nectarines and Watermelons appeared. Citrus Fruits quiet. rapes green and slow. Tomatoes arrive more freely. Provisions unchanged. Hides rule firm. Meat market unchanged. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. United States Depaktmext of Agbicoi/- TTRE. Weather Bureau, say Francisco, July 5, 1895, 5 p. m. — Synopsis and general forecast. The fo'lowing are the seasonal rainfalls to date as compared with those of the same date last year: Eureka .16. last year .00: Red Bluff .16, last vear.OO: Sacramento .04. last year .00: San Fran cisco .01, last year .00: Fresno .00. last year .00: Los Angeles .00. last year .00: San Diego .00, last year .00: Yuma .00. last year .00. The following maximum temperatures have been reported from California stations to-day: Eureka, 64 degree...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 July 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS Aaron Krauss Drowned in the t Presence of Thousands of People. TELL FROM A BURNING BAFT. Walter Lambert Holds a Recep tion Before Departing for San Quentln. Aaron Krauss met his death on the night of the Fourth of July by drowning in Lake Merritt. Although he was less than a hundred yards from over 50,000 people, not more than a dozen oi them knew of his danger and death. • In the early part of the evening Mr. Krauss, accompanied by a friend, Levi Strauss, came over from San Francisco to witness the illuminations. Being a per sonal friend of Henry Vollars, who had the fireworks in charge, he asked per mission to go out on the floats from which the display took ulace. The request was granted, but not willingly. He was told of the danger, but he paid no attention to the warning. His friend placed him on the float in charge of George "Woodward, •which was located on the east side of the lake, near the boulevard. Almost immediately upon the beginning of the display t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 July 1895

12 PANAMA RAILROAD BOATS The Cruiser Olympia Now Has the Empty Harbor to Herself. NO DISENGAGED TONNAGE. A List of Deep-Water Vessels That Should Come In During This Month. The Panama Railroad Company, of which the Johnson-Locke Mercantile Com pany are the agents, is largely and con stantly increasing the efficiency of its ser vice. The big whaleback City of Everett, lately chartered by the company, sailed Jast Wednesday with almost 4000 tons of freight, leaving much freight on the dock which she was unable to crowd in her capacious hold. The steamship Saturn, which has a cargo capacity of 2500 tons, is not large enough for the service, and she has been chartered to Balfour, Guthrie & Co., who will dispatch her to London with a cargo of salmon and barley. The 5000 --ton steamer "Washtenaw, which is being brought out from New York by the John son-Locke Company, is now due with her cargo of rails for the Valley Railroad, and will take the place of the Saturn. The cruiser Philadelp...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 July 1895

I BUSINESS CHANCES. moSELL a wsixess of;any kinlTquick I for cash gee STRAND A TUTTLE, 45 Third st. ■fljTo?Wiin CORNER SALOON; GOOD STOCK; VJT—V/VJvf. full value: transfer corner; pays well: departure cause of sale. STRAND A TUTTLE, 45 Third st. . • Cj-17- RESTAURANT; BARGAIN TO Ci IP. day. STRAND A TUTTLE, 45 Third dgQAA CORNER SALOON; BEST PART OF '?•>'"'■ Market st.; pays well; full value in sight. STRAND A TUT I 45 Third st. <">"»(> RESTAURANT; AT* TERMINUS OF <3*JU\J. cable line: building included; cheap rent: clears over $150 per month. STRAND A I 1 rri.K. 45 Third st. O.)-i \ RESTAURANT, WELL-FITTED UP; .„ -i>W. No. 1 location: rooms: pays well; busy street: bargain. STRAND A TUTTLE. 45 Third st. \ i ROCERY AND BAR, WITH ROOMS; FULL VI value in sight: good paying: best reason for selling. STRAND & TUTTLE, 45 Third st. ~<2jOXn PARTNER WANTED IN RES- — 't\'. taurant: clears $50 per month to each; are to-day. STRAND A TUTTLE, 45 Third st. C_l^H PARTNER I...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 July 1895

14 FIXING THE BLAME FOR THE PARK RUINS Southern Pacific Tracks Are There Without Authority. WAS SUFFICIENT MONEY. Executive Committee Respon sible for the Shameful State of Affairs. McLaren makes a promise. One Good Result of The Call's Expose— The Tracks Are to Be Removed. Who is t& blame for the shameful condi tion of things at Golden Gate Park, as ex posed by The Call yesterday morning? Primarily, the director-general of the late Midwinter Fair. This is not The Call's answer, but the only answer that comes after a deal of inquiry and investi gation. The responsibility for the shame ful exhibition of debris now littering the site occupied by the Midwinter Fair rests upon the executive committee. "And, of course, that means on Mr. de Young," said Alexander Badlam, who was secretary of the committee, "for De Young ran things to suit himself, and never told anybody what he was going to do or why he dia thus or so." Mr. de Young is in Europe, but he has left a representative behin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 7 July 1895

VOLUME LXXVIH.-NO. 37. STORMS AND FLOODS One Kansas Town Laid in Ruins by a Cyclone. BAXTER SPRINGS' LOSS. Five Persons Killed and Over Twenty Are Seriously Injured. LIVES LOST AT WINONA, MO. By a Cloudburst and Torrents the Prosperous Town Is Wiped Out of Existence. BAXTER SPRINGS, Kans., July 6.— Baxter Springs is in ruins. Five people were killed and about twenty others wounded as the result of a tornado or twisting cyclone that struck the town last evening about 6 o'clock. The dead are: Sallie Webster, Florence Webster, Ralph Webster. H. B. Hibbs and the infant child of Thomas Shields. Scores of men, women and children in the town are more or less injured, some fatally. Those reported are: Mr.-. Neal, both collarbones broken and internal injuries; James Neal, head wound and internal injuries; Roy Webster, right arm and right hip broken; Mrs. Martha Smith, hip dislocated and internal in juries; Etta Smith, internal injuries; George A. Dicker, head wounds; A. G. Hancock, serious h...

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

2 IN A WOMAN'S CAUSE Justice for Mrs. May brick the Aim of a New York Society. PLEA FOR A NEW TRIAL. It Is Sought to Have All the Evidence in the Case Reviewed. RIGORS OF A LIFE IN JAIL. Only Once Has the Mother of the Unfortunate Been Allowed to Em brace Her Child. NEW YORK, N. V., July «.— lnterest in the case of ICn. Maybric*, the American woman imprisoned at Woking, seems to be taking on fresh life. The formation a few days ago of an International "Woman's Society, to agitate the subject of a review of the case of the woman wearing out her days in penal servitude, is the latest de velopment in the way of encouragement thai is given the friends of Mrs. Maybrick and her mother, the Baroness de Rogues. A reporter saw the Jatter the other day when she was in London on one of her vis its to her daughter. "I found Florrie in the hospital again, 1 ' *he said, "and, as an unusual privilege, I was permitted to sit beside and kiss her. As a rule, when I go to see her. we talk across a nar...

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