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

VOLUME LXXVIIL— NO. 41. OUSTED BY A WOMAN "Boss" Gorman's Rule in Maryland Is at an End. MISS GARRETT'S FIGHT. Using Her Gold and Influence to Wipe Out an Old Score. DOOMED BY A STERN ENEMY. Long Ago the Democratic Prophet Dug a Pit Into Which He Is Destined to* Fall. NEW YORK. N. V., July 10.— The Mail and Express prints the following special from Washington: For the first time in his political life Arthur P. Gorman, United States Senator anu Democratic boss of Maryland and would-be controller of the Democratic party, trembles for his politi cal supremacy and sees with fear the hand writing on the wall. But so often has the cry of "wolf been made in the Terrapin State and the people made to believe that Gorman has reached the end of his rope that in some quarters this last cry goes un heeded. In a few days the Democratic State con vention will be held in Maryland, and a complete State ticket is to be nominated. For many months a battle has been going on within the Democratic party ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 11 July 1895

2 ITHACANS ARE BEATEN. Trinity's Crew Easily Wins the Race With the Americans. TROUBLE AT THE FINISH. Fennell " Catches a Crab " and Receives a Blow From His Oar. HIS INJURIES ARE SERIOUS. Manager Francis Says the Accident Will Prevent the Men From Racing Again. HENLEY -ON -THE -THAMES, Exg., July 10.— The second day of the Henley regatta opened with tine weather and was marked by a large attendance, many per sons being present who were detained in London yesterday. The principal feature of the day's pro gramme was the trial heats between the Cornell University of Ithaca and Trinity Hall (Cambridge) and New College (Ox ford) and Eton College for the grand chal lenge cup, the winners of which will con test in the final heat for the trophy. The lirst of these heats (the fourth of the series) was between New College and Eton, and was won by the former by a length and a half. Important as the heat was, it did not engage the attention of the multitude as it once would have done, bad ther...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 11 July 1895

CAMP LEDYARD OPEN The Boys' Brigade Has Taken Full Pos session. RAISING OF THE FLAG. undreds of Lads Prepare for Inurement to the Sol diers' Duties. SCRAMBLING FOR BLANKETS. The City of Tents at Santa Cruz to Be Under Military Dis cipline. SANTA CRTTZ, Cal., July 10.— This morning everything was completed at Camp Ledyard for the reception of the Boys' Brigade. The water-pipes were laid, electric-light poles erected and arc lights placed in position and another range built. The large flagpole which has done service at the militia camp grounds on the Rus sell tract for a number of years was taken down and placed in its proper position in front of the headquarters tent. There was a large gathering of the towns people at the union depot on the arrival of the train shortly before 12 o'clock. The Santa Cruz company, under command of Captain Fred Howe, were drawn up in line at the station, and on the arrival of the train of fifteen cars received them with cheers. The trip down was a very p...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 11 July 1895

4 GRADING IN STOCKTON It Will Begin on the Valley Road Mon day Next. MATERIAL POURING IN. Scenes of Activity on the Southern Shores of Mor mon Channjel. AIL WORK WILL BE RUSHED. An Immense Force Will Be Put In the Field by the Contractors Next Week. STOCKTON, Cat.., July 10.— Where Edi son street crosses Mormon Channel there is a busy scene now. P. A. Buell & Co. have the contract for handling the lumber, piles and ties for the Valley road and have graded a large tract, owned by them on which the tracks of the road will be placed. This is just west of Edison street, and quantities of redwood ties, covering sev eral hundred yards are piled there. The ties are now being unloaded from the barge at Antioch, and more ties and other lum ber are expected every few days, so that soon there will be several blocks of land covered with material for the road. Right here is where the first wt»rk of grading and track laying will be done, and this will probably be commenced on Mon day next. Th...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 11 July 1895

WAR ON THE COMBINE Desperate Efforts Made to Force Retail Coal-Dealers Into Line. INCREASED INITIATION FEE. The Wholesalers' Schemes May, However, Meet With Firm Resistance. When coal men combine consumers must associate. The public of San Fran cisco is patient and long suffering, but the people will resist when oppression becomes too grievous. The latest thing in the shape of a public cinch is a combination of wholesale coal dealers to force every retailer into a com pact, which means the death of competi tion, to gratify the greed of the trust. A simple narrative of facts will make the proposition clear to the householders of this City. For the sake of convenience and future reference the circular here fol lowing will be styled exhibit A : SAN FRANCISCO, July 1, 1895. Prar Sir: You are hereby notified thai the agreement between the wholesale coal-dealers of .-an Francisco and the Coal-dealers' Associa tion of California has been signed by all the wholesale dealers and is effective...

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. — 11 July 1895

6 ■ ' — -~~*~~~ CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES— Free : Dally and Sunday Call, one week, by carrier.so.ls Dally and Sunday Call,, one year, by mail... 6.00 Daily and Sunday Call, six months, by mail 8.00 Pally and Sunday Call, three months, by mall 1.50 Daily and Sunday Call, one month, by mail .50 Sunday Call, one year, by mall 1.60 1 Wkkkly 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. 389 Haves street: open until 9:30 o'clock. 717 l.;irkin street: open until 9:30' o'clock. BW. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets; open until 9 o'clock. 2618 Mission street; open until 9 o'clock. 116 Ninth street ; op/sn until 9 :30 o'clock. OAKLAND OFFICE: Pl)£ Broadway. EASTERN OFFICE: Pacific States Advertising Bureau, Khlnelander building, Rose and Dunne streets, Stw York City. THE SUMMER M...

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. — 11 July 1895

TIIUKSDAY JTULY 11,1896 AMUSEMENTS. Columbia Theater— "The Senator." Tivot,i Opera-house— "Tar and Tartar." California Theater— "The Old Homestead." M orosco's Opera-house— "The Prodigal Daugh- ter." Obphkt:*— Array of Novelties. AifAZAR Thfater.— "Hamlet." Bay District Track.— Races. State Board of TjSade Exhibit.— s7s Market Street, below Second. Open daily. Admission free. PICNICS AND EXCURSIONS. F.ymit.y Excursion to Santa Cruz— Saturday, July 13, El Campo— Sunday, July 14— Music, Dancing. Boating, etc. AUCTION SALES. B- Kilttp& Co.-Thursday, July 11-Horses, r.t salenyard. corner Van Ness avenue and Market streets, "at 11 o'clock. By Indian* Auctios Co.-Friday. July 12- Furniture, at 633 Minna street, at 11 o clock. CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. Two attempted ferry-boat suicides in one day was the record for yesterday. Mayer Butrowifl not act hastily in appoint ing another Election Commissioner. The winners at the race track yesterday were: Filvor State, Tiberius, Willie G., Howard an...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 11 July 1895

8 NEWSBOYS OF SAN FRANCISCO SAY "THE CALL" SELLS WELL. Strong Testimony of the Growing Popularity of the Paper — All the People Like It — Increasing Sales of the Sunday Edition in Every Part of the Town and Country— ln Demand by All Classes of Citizens. THOMAS McCANN. "How many Caws do I sell everyday? Well, if I said about eighty I might be lying, because to-morrow I might sell ninety or a hundred. Ever since The Call took a boom on I have had to order more every week. That's the way it seems to go. and'as long as the demand keeps up I am ready to do the supplying. Last Sunday we'had sold out long before noon and 1 had to lay in a fresh supply. On the dead square all the kids who work for me made money on that issue, and people wlo never bought it before ask for it now. I never saw a San Francisco vmper take euch a spurt. That's straight." FLORENCE CROWLEY. "Dey's nutin' de matter wid De Call. I sells 'em in de niornin' for a few hours and in de afternoon I works up in de town in a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 11 July 1895

VAN NESS AVENUE FENCED Rights of Property - Owners Disregarded by a Cor poration. ALL IMPROVEMENTS STOPPED. The City's Most Beautiful Thorough fare Completely Blockaded at One End. The San Francisco Pioneer Woolen-mills Company presents the only obstacle at present in the way of making Van Ness avenue the most beautiful, the best paved thoroughfare from Market street to the bay. The company has boldly invaded the street, put a fence across it and established racks behind it, which are not only un sightly but which are in plain violation of the rights of property-owners. The atten tion of The Call was attracted to the mat ter by the receipt of the following letter yesterday : Editor Call: Cannot The Call do something toward having removed the unsightly wooden fence erected by the woolen-mill corporation long ago crossing tne avenue at North Point street and illegally obstructing a public street of great importance? Then, with the avenue opened and fairly graded to the beach, van Ness...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 11 July 1895

10 The C OMMERCIAL WORLD. SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. I Silver a fraction off. Wheat freights firm and nominal. Wheat rather stronger. Barley firmer. Oats more active. Corn and Rye dull. Fcedstuffs unchanged. Good new Hay firmer. White Beans strong: colored weak. Potatoes and Onions steady. Butter easy. Cheese steadier. Fine Ecgs improving. Vegetables in good supply. Poultry market firm. Crawford Peaches coming In. Choice Berries selling better. Citrus Fruits dull. New Dried Apricots active and higher. Is'uts and Raisins dull and nominal. Hams. Bacon and Lard quiet. Hops unsalable. Wool firm all over the world. Meat market unchanged. New quotations for Canned Fruit. Coffee quiet. Coal unchanged. Leather quiet and steady. Grain Bags weaker. Increased exports from San Francisco. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. United States Department ot Aobicoi/- TfBE. Wkathkb Bckeau, San Francisco. July 10, 1895, 6 P. m. — Synopsis and general forecast. ■y *:. The following are the seasonal rainfalls to date as ...

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

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS Presbyterian Ministers to Hold a Conference on the Holy Spirit. "MASHING" ON BERKELEY CARS. Ex-Secretary Bennett Gets Out of Jail on Bonds and Will Have a New Trial. The churches of the Oakland Presbytery have announced a conference upon the "Ministry of the Holy Spirit," to be held August 29 and 30 at the First Presbyterian Church. The idea was suggested by Key. Campbell Coyle at a meeting of the Oak land Presbyterian ministers' Union. Many of the ministers then present paid that for some time they bad been feeling depressed at the great lack of real spirit ual results attending their labors, and were ready to conclude that among other things it was due to their failure to give proper honor to the work of the Holy Spirit. A committee consisting of tne Revs. Messrs. Rice, Jones and Fish was appoint ed to make arrangements. Bennett Out Again. C. R. Bennett will have a third trial. Already he has been twice convicted of assault on George Gray, but yesterday morning...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 11 July 1895

12 MIDSUMMER MERRIMENT Festivities San Franciscans Are Enjoying in the Country. THE HTJNT-CTTTLER NUPTIALS. Interesting Engagement Announce ments-The Vermonters Enter tain Friday Night. The residence of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Cut ler, 1737 Broadway, was elaborately and beautifully decorated in pink and green on Tuesday evening for the wedding of their daughter, Miss Olive Ella Cutier, to John Hosford Hunt, the assistant secretary of the Futter-street Railroad. The bride was assisted by Miss Eugenic Hunt as maid of honor, and Miss Florence Landsberger ard Miss Edna Scott as bridesmaids. The groom was accompanied by George H. Foulkes as best man and Edward Peabody and John Daniel as ushers. At the conclusion of the wedding cere mony the officiating clergyman baptized the infant daughter of Hon. John B. New hall of Glynn, Mass., who is with her parent on a visit to this coast. She is a niece of the bride and was given the name of Hester. These present at the ceremony were : Miss Andrews, M...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 11 July 1895

BUSINESS CHANCES. I ROLL & Sbebg, 718 mabket^te ab Third, sell or exchange businesses, furnished bouses, orchards, vineyards, San Francisco, Ala- meda and Oakland property; send particulars: all applications for sales promptly attended to. CfTnn ELEGANTLY FITTED UP CORNER tjp i"U. saloon near Market st.; location best; Investigate; departure. PROLL & BTKNBEBG, 719 Market St. "CJT'?^ BRANCH BAKERY; STATIONERY, O-L • O» living-rooms, furniture, splendid stock, fixtures: Western Addition. PROLL & STEN- BERG, 719 Market st. "cfqAA RESTAURANT; BIG-PAYING •_ tIUV'. place nvor large factory: hundreds of regular boarders; crowded during meal hours; full Investigation: sickness. PROLL & STENBERG, 719 Market St. 6CCA POPULAR SALOON; LOCATED among wholesale business: bis hot and cold lunch trade: selling account other business. PROLL & STENBERG, 719 Marke^s^ HjQX A BARGAIN: REBTAI RANT IN *2OO\J. shipping localities: retiring from busi- ness. PROLL & STENBEKG.7I9 Market...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 11 July 1895

14 THE PEOPLE WILL HAVE THE LAW OBSERVED. A Meeting Called by the Citizens' Defense Association. CIVIC FEDERATION ALSO. Legal Steps to Be Taken Against the Supervisors at Once. PUBLIC SENTIMENT AROUSED. Proceedings for Impeachment Are Being Considered and Will No Doubt Be Brought. Now, shall the Board of Supervisors be permitted to openly violate the law with out suffering its penalties? That is the question that lies with the people of San Francisco. They are the parties in interest. The answer must come from them. If the answer is "no" then they must act. They have only to remain passive if the answer is "yes." But if the answer is passive indifference then the penalty will certainly be upon the City. But although the people of a great city are disposed to be long-suffering they ■will not stand by and with their eyes open ■witness their fundamental rights traded away. No. The people of this City and County have placed large powers in the hands of these gentlemen. But by the same t...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 12 July 1895

VOLUME LXXVIII.-NO. 42. SACKED THE CONVENT. Outrages Upon Ameri- can Missionaries in Ecuador. ATTACKED BY REBELS. Bishop, Priests and Nuns Made Captive and Probably Slain. FRIAKS STABBED AND BEATEN. Father Fraser and Three Sisters Es cape From the Place After Un dergoing Great Hardships. NEW YORK, N. V., July 11.— Sisters of Mercy Genevieve, Josephine and Fran ces and Father A. M. Feeser, a missionary, arrived here to-day from Colon on the Columbian line steamship Allianca. The sisters proceeded to St. Walburga's con vert at Elizabeth, N. J., which they left eisiht years ago to go to Ecuador and found a mission school under the manage ment of Bishop Schumaker, who has established missions at Jipijapa, Bahia, Decaraguez, Rocafuerte and Calceta. In the late revolution in Eucador the Bishop, his priests and the nuns engaged in missionary work suffered very great indignities. Sisters Genevieve, Josephine and Frances and Sister Gertrude, a native of Eucador, who afterward remained at Bah...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 12 July 1895

2 PATRIOTISM A STUDY. One Duty of Teachers to Inculcate Love of Country. ADDEESSES AT DENVER. Lessons in National Pride Urged as a Feature of School Work. PROF. LE CONTE ON EVOLUTION. Effect cf the Theory on Education Ably Demonstrated by the Callfornian. DENVER, Colo., July 11.— The morning session of the convention of the National Educational Association was devoted to patriotic addresses. The general subject under discussion was "The Duty and Op portunity of the Schools in Promoting Patriotism," and it provoked many en thusiastic expressions from the teachers, which were warmly applauded. The business of the day opened with the report of the nomination committee, which was unanimously adopted, the officers chosen being: President, N. C. Dougherty of Pe.oria, 111. ; secretary, Irwin Shepard of Winona, Minn.; treasurer, I. C. McNeill of Kansas City, Mo. ; iirst vice-president, N. M. Butler of New York. E. E. McElroy of Portland, Or., was elected one of the vice-presidents, and Earl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 12 July 1895

NEWS OF THE COAST A Desperate Encounter Between Rival Fish Peddlers. BOTH FATALLY INJURED. Supposed Suicide of a Promi nent Young Farmer of Sacramento. AMID FLAMES AND BULLETS. Exciting Times During a Fire In an Arizona Town— Rioters In Jail. ANGELS CAMP, Cal., July 11.— A probable double tragedy occurred to-day three miles this side of San Andreas. Peter Moro of that place, a young man, and Chris Heid of Stockton, about 55 years of age, met on the road and began to quar rel about the price for which they were selling fish, of which both are peddlers. But few words passed between them when they drew their pistols and began to fire. Four bullets took effect in Heid's body, while Moro was shot three times. The latter was taken to his home at San Andreas, while Heid was taken into a sa loon near where the shooting occurred. Both men are probably fatally wounded, altnough Moro has the better chance of re covery. Each is well known in Stockton and alone the route between here and there. ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 12 July 1895

4 POWER FROM FOLSOM Most Extensive Scheme of Its Kind Ever Projected. * STORED AT SACRAMENTO. Electricity Enough to Run the Machinery of the Entire World. THE INITIAL TRIAL A SUCCESS. It Exceeds the Most Sanguine An ticipations of Those Who Are Interested. SACRAMENTO, Cal., July 11.—Sacra mento to-day is the cynosure of the eyes of the entire scientific world, which awaits with keenest interest the result of the pio neer movement in long-distance transmis- Bion of electric power. Should the result be as favorable as anticipated it will mark the beginning of an epoch that will event ually cause the Pacific Slope, especially California, to become the hub of manufac turing for the entire world. To many this may seem a rash assertion. But the scientists are fully cognizant of the fact that no other locality in the known world possesses a great basin or valley GOO or 700 miles in length, surrounded by mountains capped with eternal snows that year after year, century after century, will f...

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

THE POINT LOBOS TRACK. Illegal Street Railroad Work Stopped After "The Call's" Expose. THE OLD FRANCHISE VOID. Remarkable Action of the Market- Street Company In Richmond District. Richmond District inhabitants have re cently witnessed a series of most aston ishing phenomena. Tuesday a hundred workmen began to lay streetcar-tracks on Point Lobos ave nue, between Twelfth and Thirteenth avenues. They dug down to the official grade, laid the sleepers, the ties, and put on a portion of the rail before the sun •went down. This was the first phenomenon. It was sudden and startling. Richmond inhabitants wondered what next, and went to bed in a state of expectancy. Wednesday morning the pang of men was reduced to less than a dozen. This was considered as strange a phenomenon as the first — the change was so sudden. Thursday morning there appeared an article in The Call calling attention to the fact that the Market-street Railway Company had no legal right to lay tracks on Point Lobos avenue...

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. — 12 July 1895

6 Star * ©tfl CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATF-S-Postage Free : Dally and Sunday Call, one week, by carrier. Daily ami Sunday Call, one year, by ma 11... 6.00 Daily an 1 Sunday Call, six months, by mail 3.00 Daily and Sunday Call, three months, by mall 1.50 Dally and Sunday Call, one month, by mail .50 Sunday Call, one year, by mail 1.50 Weekly Call, one year, by mall „ 1.60 BUSINESS OFFICE : 710 Market Street. Telephone Main— lß6B EDITORIAL ROOMS: 617 Clay Street. Telephone Main— lß74 BRANCH OFFICES 530 Montgomery street, corner Clay: open nntll 9:30 o'clock. 839 Haves street : open until 9:30 o'clock. Larkin street; open until 9:30 o'clock. BW. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets; open nntll 9 o'clock. 2618 Mission street open until 9 o'clock. # 116 Ninth street; open until 9 o'clock. „ . OAKLAND OFFICE: 808 Broadway. EASTERN OFFICE: Pacific States Advertising Bureau, Rhlnelander building, Rose and Duane streets, New York City. THE SUMMER MONTHS. Ar...

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