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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 23 March 1895

ALL WILL DEPEND ON FUTURE ACTION. The Manufacturers' Convention "Held Its Last Session Yesterday. A PERMANENT ORGANIZATION Labor Delegates Weke Dissatis fied and-FreeuSfoke Their Mixds. When the Manufacturer?' Convention was called to order yesterday morning Chairman Hallidie announced that the first order of business was the considera tion of the resolutions which bad been in troduced on Thursday by Delegate Pnru seth. Before taking them up, however, the chairman asked the privilege of saying a few words for himself. He said : I did not suppose I would be with you this morning, but have so arranged my affairs that I van remain part of the forenoon". 1 assumed that the convention would have adjourned last night, but the extended time that it hns been m session proves above all things the great and deep interest taken in the revival of home industry, and is one of the really en couragins signs of the times, and too much credit cannot be allotted to those mainly in strumental in bring...

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. — 23 March 1895

14 HUNTINGTON HAS BEEN INDICTED. The Grand Jury Has at Last Acted in the Railway Magnate's Case. HE WILL GIVE HIMSELF UP. "Will Be Here in Ten Days, and the Warrant Will Then Be Served. Collis P» Huntington, president of the Southern Pacilic Railroad Company, has been indicted by the United States Grand Jury for violating the interstate commerce law. The warrant for his arrest is now in the hands of United States Marshal Bald win, and in about ten days the railroad magnate will appear before Judge Moirow in the District.Court and give bonds. The appearance of the grand jurors in the United States District Court at 2 r. m. C. P. HTTNTINGTON, INDICTED BY THE FBDEEAL GRAND JUBY JFOR ISSUING AN INTERSTATE PASS. [Sketched for the "Call" by Kahler.] yesterday was watched with considerable interest. The impression in Federal cir cles was that an indictment against Hunt ington was to be tiled. When, therefore, the precious document was handed to the Judge everybody was on tiptoe with ex cit...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 March 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.-NO. 104. THE PACIFIC COAST The Tugr Velos Dashes on a Reef and Sinks Near Victoria. FIVE OF THE CREW LOST. Two of the Men Try to Swim Ashore, but Are Battered on the Rocks. NARROW ESCAPE OF LABORERS. The Prevalence of a Fierce Gale Rendered the Vessel Un manageable. VICTORIA, B. C, March 23.— tug . Velos, bound for the stone quarries at Nel son and Hadington islands, was driven ashore on Trial Island during a gale last night, and is a total wreck. Five men were ■ drowned. Their names were: Frederick Adams, a well-known con tractor who is building the Capitol here, aged 55 and married. Arthur Bowers, chief engineer, aged 30; single. . Robert Smith, cook, aged 50; single. Frank DoxOAJr, deckhand, aged 20; ■ingle. William Law, fireman, aged 30; mar ried. The first four were drowned and the last named died from exposure in the rigging. Captain Anderson swam to a reef at mid night and was rescued this morning. The Velos was towing a barge on which were twenty-five laborers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 March 1895

2 SAN MIGUEL'S SHAKE A Navigator's Report of the Earthquakes on the Isle. CHANGES IN SHORE LINE. The Earth Has Been in Almost Constant Motion for a Fortnight. FIRST AUTHENTIC REPORT. No Visitors Have Been to the Island Since the Beginning of the Seismic Trouble. SANTA. BARBARA, March 23.-The sloop Liberty arrived from San Miguel Island this morning and Captain Dally re ports that the seismic conv\il?ons, dating back to the 7th inst., and to which such wide notice has been given, still continue, apparently not decreasing in intensity. Changes are continually taking place in the configuration of the island and there is a steady upheaval of the ocean's bed along the shore. As the captain expresses it, "the earth is all the while dancing a double-reefed jig." Navigation in the region of the island is becoming a perilous undertaking, for rocks arc rising from the harbor-bed and the soundings are constantly changing. The captain, who is the master of the only boat that sails to and fro be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 March 1895

SNUB FOR BISMARCK The Reichstag Refuses j to Send Birthday Congratulations. STORMY SCENES ENSUE. President Yon Levetsow Re signs His Chair Amid Op position Applause. J EMPEROR WILLIAM'S VEXATION ; Wires an Expression of His Indig nation at the Action to the Ex-Chancellor. BERLIN, March 23.— Before the orders of the day were taken in the Reichstag Herr yon Levetzow, the president, re quested the House to formally authorize him to congratulate Prince Bismarck on his birthday in its behalf. Count yon Hompesch-Rurich, Centrist, amid loud interruptions and cheers, sub milted a resolution disapproving of the proposition. Dr. yon Benningsen, on behalf of the National Liberals, warmly supported Herr yon Levetzow'a request. On the other hand, Herr Singer, amid repeated protests, declared that the Freissinnige party was unable to support the motion in view of hostility which he claimed Prince Bis marck held against the workingmen. Prime Rudziwill, on behalf of the Poles, also opposed the moti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 March 1895

4 NO RACE QUESTION Whites and Blacks Draw No Line of Distinc tion in Cuba. THEY STAND TOGETHER. Both Colors Included Among the Fighters and Leaders of the Insurgents. SUPPLIES FROM NEW YORK Arms Smuggled in Streetcars Are Captured by the Government Officials. TAMPA, Fla., March 23.— Dispatches from Nassau, N. P., staling that the ne groes of Cuba are attempting to make the insurrection a race question, hare caused much comment here, and it is denied by Cubans generally. Colonel Figueredo was questioned about it and said: "It is merely a rumor put. up by the Government to discredit the revolution. There are many negroes under arms, but the whites are undoubtedly- in the ma jority. To show you there is no line between the races in this fight, Havana papers state that a prominent lawyer, named Portuendo, of Santiago, has gone out with thirty or forty young men of the best white families in that section. "They were going to join the forces of General Guillemon Moncado, who is a negro. H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 March 1895

PHOEBE COUZINS AND JAMES G. FAIR WERE ENGAGED TO MARRY. The blurred and tear-stained pages of another chapter in the life history of the late James G. Fair are now to be turned t.i the light of day. The maker of many wills, the creator of a great fortune, lies in his last resting-place, while the great heart of one of the world's most talented women achefl with pain. Miss Phoebe Couzins, the world-famed •woman's rights advocate, orator and au thor, was the affianced bride of James G. Fair at the time of his death. With the erratic ex-Senator the attachment for Miss Couzins may have been nothing more than a passing caprice of his active, ever restless mind. It may have been that the law of supremacy of" mind over matter forced him to kneel, a worsniper at the Bhrine of genius and intellect before the lady in question and plead for her love, her heart and her hand in marriage, and that so soon as he was removed from this subtle and ennobling influence the grosser traits of his nature ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 March 1895

6 THE INDICTMENTS MAY NOT HOLD. R. McDonald's Alleged Black mailers Not Guilty of Felony. STATEMENTS OF THE ACCUSED **uef That the "Napoleon of Finance" Has Injured His Case, The indictments drawn up by the Grand Jury against Dr. William Jenningson, John (damage and D. M. Blank for at tempting to blackmail Dick McDonald may never be presented to the court. The Grand Jury made out the indictments in good faith, but it will probably be found that the law takes from the Grand Jury the right to indict the three men for a felony. Extortion is the word used legally for blackmail. According to the law a person who succeeds in obtaining money by ex tortion, or one who writes letters to an other person with the intent to extort money, is guilty of a felony, but one who makes a verbal threat to injure a man if money is not paid is only guilty of a mis demeanor. The members of the Grand Jury were evidently not aware of the wording of the Penal Code when they de cided to indict Jenningson, Gama...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 March 1895

SUNDAY MARCH 24, 1895 THE SPRING SUIT MAY BLOOM. Now is gone the winter of cold ana cloud and discontent, and to day the first tender spring suit may steal forth umbrellaless to meet the stylish new tailor-made for a confidential stroll along the Brassy walks of the park. The Midwinter Exposition grounds Will rove) in o > 1.f,,,™,;,.. j.,.. and out beyond the cliff there will be only sunshine on the sea, for the weathercast for t«"v y v 1S: J£ ir i stati °nary temperature; fresh to brisk northerly to westerly winds. LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF The Belgic arrived from China and Japan yesterday. Hr. Morris, D. S. N., was one of the passengers on the Belgic. Mrs. E. F. Pease, formerly of South Park, dies in New York State. The British ship Sierra Marlnda arrived from Hongkong yesterday. Mrs. Theall is preparing to make fresh effort on behalf ot" Murderer McNulty. The State Sunday-school Association will meet in San Jose April 16th to 18th. The British ship Wasdale arrived from Liv erpool af...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 March 1895

8 WHAT WEED THE OAKLAND HOME. The Committee reports Bad Management and Great Competition. DR. KNOX l S CHEAP CAMPAIGN. A Man With a. Bank Account Forces His Children to Beg. At a meeting of the stockholders of the Oakland Home Insurance Company held at Masonic Temple yesterday 1352 shares of stock were represented, and the follow ing report of the committee appointed to investigate the condition of the company's affairs and to examine the books was read : Oakland, March 23, 1895. . To the Stockholders of the Oakland Home Insur ance Company— Gentlemen: Your committee appointed to investigate, examine into and re port upon the past condition of the corporation and the causes leading up to the sinking of its capital stock and surplus, especially as to the assessment of the stockholders, September, 1593, beg to submit the following: Expert S. K. Ballard was promptly engaged, and his original supplemental reports are here with attached, as forming a part of your com mittee's findings. Th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 March 1895

TENNESSEE MAID THE LONELY ONE. . Only Outsider in the Bet : to Win During the Day. FIRST IN THE FAIRY STAKES. Talent Did Nothing But Get in Line, for Five Favorites Won. The talent were in line at the track yes- ! terday. There were various reasons why They should have been, the principal one being that rive of the six favorites went ; out and got the coin. The win of Contri- j bution in the last race proved rather ex- i pensive for Denny Lynch, tne trainer and part owner of the Arizona stable, for the old sprinter entered to be sold for $300, was bid up $700 over his entered selling price by Bookmaker Walter. It seemed pretty rough on Denny, who, e horses have run very consistently at the meeting, but dif- i ferent people have different ideas of how | horses' should run, and the St. Louis : bookie probably had his— and let it go at ' that. The feature of the day's racing was the Fairy stakes for two-year-old lillies, worth 1700 to the winner. This race proved the j only unset of th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 March 1895

10 PUBLICATION OFFICE: CDB Monteomery street, near Clay, open until 11 O'clock r. m. BRANCH OFFICES— 7IO Market street, near Kearny. open until 12 o'clock midnight ; ;■•'!< Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock ; 717 Larkin ttreet.open until 9:30 o'clock ; SW. corner Sixteenth ai:d Mission streets, open until 9 o'clock ; 2518 W ission street, open until 9 o'clock ; and 116 Ninth street, open until 9:30 o'clock CUCKCH NOTICES. jjj^ST'Tßl N IT Y^CHIuRCrirCORTBUSH^AND Ur^S' Gough sts.— Rev. George Edward Walk, rector. The fourth Sunday In Lent. Holy com- munion at Ba. m. Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m. Bible class at 10 A. m. Morning prayer, and ser- mon at 11 o'clock. Evening song and sermon at 7:30 o'clock. Mnsic: Morning— " Benedicite^ (Best): Jubilate and Kyrje (Calkin): offertory, "Out of the Deep" (Calkin). Evening— Magnificat and Nunc Dlmittis (Buck); offertory, "Come. Holy Ghost" (Attwood). H. J. Stewart, organist and musical director. . ■ rt^s=» FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, EDDY ST.. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 March 1895

CITY REAL ESTATE. C~^< H. UMBSEN & CO., T. REAL ESTATE AGENTS, RENT COLLECTORS AND AUCTIONEERS, 14 Montgomery st., San Francisco. fall and obtain one or our "Real Estate Records." which contains a list hi properties for sale in all parts of'thecity. IMPROVED PROPERTY. O7AAA NICE 2-STORY BAY -WINDOW •j) I V7UU. residence of 8 rooms and bath; brick foundations, stone walks, etc: lot H7:6x85:6; fitree: accepted; 19th st., Mission warm belt. C* . i AA 000 CASH, BALANCE AT 7 PER i I'"'. cent: corner investment on Sanchez street: ren:s $40: 4 flats; lot 26:6x105. <W".|| QATES AND KENNEBKC STS • •_'—■'■ cottage of 4 rooms, etc.; lot 50x140; 2 frontages. w-lv'.M RENTS 9S9PEB MONTH; 2 BAY- O I -)'■. window flats of 5 and 4 rooms and bath each: brick foundations, etc; Elgin Park, near Market and Valencia sta. <10 000 REXTS $984 PER ANNUM; • I \'.\ \.i\J. good Investment: Fell st. and Hickory aye.. near Octavia St.: 2 houses and 2 lists: lot 27:6x120. <"-i'WW> A SNAP; 2-STOR...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 March 1895

12 BUSINESS CHANCES. ANTED— GOOD* ACTIVE MAN AS PART- * ncr in 150- room hotel: clearing $400 monthly; fullest investigation and trial granted. SPECK'S, 80 Montgomery st. " ■_ ■ ' "I7Hrst-cla"ss coffee-saloon and store I bakery : receipts $100 daily: clearing over $200: < .Teri-il reasonable health. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery st. ' .. i ri\ COFFEE SALOON; WORTH $400; I »4510 U. must sell. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery. \ C? • ) i W \ -FKUrTSTORK ON TURK ST.; OWNS <*p-_UU. bnlldlng SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery st. F BENCH LIQUOR-STORE: FINE CORNER; good place; north of Market st.; price $425. MICHELS i WOOD, 917 Market st. "(^T|A FIRST-CLASS SALOON; WHOLE- I »J)t.)V/v7. sale part of the city: rent $25: over $500 stock in sight. MICHELS & WOOD, 917 Market st. Q ALOON ON WATER FRONT; GOOD PAYER; a great bargain; price $600; rent $30. MICH ELS & WOOD. - - . ■ - ,r. » ) -/ 1 BAKERY AND CANDY, STORE; 4 r**_«)v'. living-rooms. MICHELS & WOOD, 91" Market. UYERS' ATTENTION— BEST PROPO- \J s...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 March 1895

THE TEA TRADE OF CHINA EV ff*AW|f S.&MPBNMB& Will the war in China affect the tea I trade? ; This is a matter which is agitating the merchants and will soon be of interest to H tea drinkers all over the United States. ; The tea buds have already sprouted and ! by the of May the new crops will be gin to come into the markets. Fast steam- ' era are now on their way from Europe and ' Russia to China. They go by the Mediter ranean and Suez canal, and* they stop at I Ceylon and Singapore. They go from j hence to Shanghai and up the Yang-tsc- I Kiang TOO miles into the interior of China. ' They stop at the city of Hankow, which is The greatest tea market in the world. Here : they load as quickly as possible and steam back homo as fast as they can. These tea : ships run a race every year and the steamer which gets in first receives the highest price for its tea. The first of the 1 tea crop is considered the best, and should the Yang-tsb River be closed by war in ; May it will resul...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 March 1895

14 ED REDDY MAY BE THE WARDEN. Senator ' Seymour Has No chance for the san quentin Position Now. CUNNINGHAM NOT ANXIOUS. Doctors J. F. Morse and H. H. Hart May Get on the Board of Health. If Senator Seymour ever had any chance for appointment as warden at the State Prison at San Quentin, he lost it when he left the Senate chamber and failed to vote for the bill to give the State Board of Ex aminers a supervisory and directory power over the various boards which govern the State charitable and penal institutions. This was a bill in which Governor Budd took the deepest interest, and for the passage of which he was most desirous. The reconsideration of the bill in the Senate and its subsequent defeat was a great disappointment to the Governor. Seymour's failure to vote on that occasion was a forfeit of any claim which he had on that office. It is probable that he would not have secured the place in any event. Recently the name of Sheriff Cunning ham has been mentioned for the place. Th...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 March 1895

Save the Meadow Lark. ■ - MEADOW I.AEKS. Sweet, sweet, sweet ! Oh, happy that I am ! (Listen to the meadow larks across the field that sing.) Sweet, sweet, sweet! O subtle breath of balm ! O winds that blow, O buds that grow, O rapture of the spring. Sweet, sweet, sweet : 0 skies.serene and blue, That shut the velvet pastures in; that fold the mountain's crest ! Sweet, sweet, sweet ! What of the clouds ye Knew? The vessels ride a golden tide upon a sea at rest. Sweet, sweet, sweet! Who prates oi care and Wbo says thai life ia sorrowful? Oh, life so glad, ys that life is sorrowful? Oh, life so glad, so fleet : Ah: he iho lives the noblest life finds life the no blest gain, The year- of pain a tender rain to keep the waters Sweet, sweet, sweet ! O happy world that is! Dear heart, I hear across the Held my mateling pipe and ca':L Sweet, s«fi-r, reet! O world so full of bliss ! for life is love, the world is love, and love is over all. Thus, to th.it exquisite singer, Ina Oooi "brith. p...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 March 1895

16 A PAGE FOR WOMEN LATEST NOVELTIES FROM PARIS. OF INTEREST TO ALL WOMEN. The trousseaux of the Easter brides is one of the principal topics of conversation at present, so the modistes are designing tome of the loveliest gowns imaginable for their benefit, and never have the brides maids worn more charming toilettes. 4 One wedding-dress, just completed, is of the richest white satin, trimmed with point lace and strings of the bridal flower. It has a full court train of brocaded white satin. Another wedding gown will be of ivory-white satin adorned with very ex quisite pearl embroidery on the bodice, while rich old Spanish lace will appear on the waist and skirt. At a swell wedding just before Lent the bridesmaids' costumes were very much ad mired. They consisted of plain, rich white satin skirts and Louis XV coats of heavy ■white brocade, trimmed with antique rhine-stone buttons ana pendants set in in gold. The hats were of white velvet trimmed with white ostrich feathers and pink ...

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

QUARTER DECK JUSTICE OR HOW JACK LOST HIS PLUM DUFF Our captain was a Yankee who traced i his genealogy to Plymouth Rock and be hind it to Penzance, a small seaport town ii the west of England. He came from a family of sailors and was proud of his i grandfather, whom he used to talk about I as the boatswain's mate of the old frigate ! Constitution. "To-day is Washington's birthday," he said, calling out to the steward, who had picked himself up out of the lee scuppers, where he had been washed by a sea as lie was trying to reach the galley; "tell the cook to give 'em a mess of plum duff for ward, and let 'em have an extra allowance in honor of the day." The gale that had been blowing for sev eral days seemed to stick to us, and the snow and hail that fell upon the yards and shrouds froze solid, making us look like a floating iceberg, and the big green waves that rose away off on the weather bow would curl up into hissing froth as they THE SHIP WAS UNDER A GOOSE - WINGED MAINTOFSAIL....

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 24 March 1895

18 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— IC per year by mail; by carrier, 15c per week. SUNDAY CALL— II.SO per year. WEEKLY CALL-n.50 per year. The Eastern office of the SAX FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Hhinelander building, Hose and Duaue streets, New Yerk. SUNDAY MARCH 24, 1895 See the Memorial Museum. Charity can cover almost anything ex cept a cobblestone pavement. Treat life as a fine art and you can make it equal to all that fancy painted it. It is to be hoped the Memorial Museum won't perpetuate too many memories. A man's best thoughts are often no more than the emanations of his wife's cooking. Putting all your eggs into one basket is not so bad as using all your baskets for one egg. • Are we to understand that John L. Sullivan knows now that he has had enough. Make tho best of your leisure as well as of your work if you wish to enjoy the full ness of life. The cheapest recreations are nearly a...

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