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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 26 March 1895

THREE MEN ARE UNDER SUSPICION For the Shooting of Walter p. Blake of the Stockton " Independent." NONE OF THEM IDENTIFIED. The Police Are Puzzled Over the Case of Jackson Hall, a Printer. Three suspects have been arrested by Policemen Ryan and Tuite in connection with the shooting of Walter P. Blake, city editor of the Stockton Independent, in an alley back of the Palace Hotel on Sunday night. Two of them are William Zeigler and John Muilin, and the third is Jackson Hall, a printer who was arrested about 5 o'clock yesterday morning in the St. David's House on Howard street, near Third. The three wire taken at different times to Blake's room in the Grand Hotel, but he could not positively identify any of them. Mnllin in height, build and complexion answered to ti:<' description of the robber, with the exception that the robber's hair appeared to be longer. Zeigler he could not be sure of, although he was about the same height. Hall, the printer, answered the description, but he wa...

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. — 26 March 1895

6 Lite <rsttt . iMI CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— »6 per year by mail; by carrier, 16a per week. SUNDAY CALL— #I.SO per year. WEEKLY CALL— U.CO per year. The Eastern office of the .SAX FRANCISCO CALL (Dally and Weekly), Pacific istatea Adver tising Bureau, Hlilr.tMaridfr building, Rose and Dua'jc streets, New York. TUESDAY MARCH 1895 Napa is no napper on manufacturing, but wideawake for business. The Cuban "insurgents" are longing painfully to smoke a Havana. Competitive railroads will be the most progressive feature of the new era. When capital is wedded to enterprise the offspring is an infant industry. Oakland has so many wheels that she has decided to tax them by the head. International bimetallism is only wait ing for the United States to lead the way. Let us hope that Li Hung Chang will be more successful as a peacemaker than as a tightey. The German Reichstag evidently desires to see Bismarck get into history an< i leave p...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 26 March 1895

33s* . titan TUESDAY MARCH 26, 1895 JUST ABOUT THE WEATHER. The light ovenoat will not be entirely forgotten on its peg to day. Summer attire was in season In .Nin Francisco yesterday, and th< % changes ordered for to-day are not radical, as will be ceen from 'he following nka«e issued by Forecaster Hiamon: Probably ifiir. mil ciouay; nearly stationary temperature during Tuesday, becoming cooler Tuesaav evening; light to fresh variable winds, probably shifting to westerly Tuesday evening and increasing in force. LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF. The Palace has opened a ladies' cafe. Heavy gunnies are scarce in the market. Society is taking an interest in Mrs. Hinok ley's cooking school. ' The Olympic Club will give an athletic enter tainment this evening. The schooner Star of Freedom has been stolen from the Mission mud flats. Hurley, the jury-fixer in the McDonald case, makes full confession of his guilt. Congregational Ministers discussed the ques tion of Dr. Ilerron being an Anarchist. M. ...

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. — 26 March 1895

8 PUBLICATION OFFICE: t2fi Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock P. si. BBANCB OFFICES— 7IO Market street, near kearny. open until 12 O'clock midnight ; "SO Hayes street, open until 0:00 o'clock ; 717 Larkin street, open until 0:30 o'clock : SW. corner Sixteenth and MißSion streets, open mXil 0 o'clock ; 2518 M ission street, cron until 0 o'clock ; and IH> Ninth street, open mill! ''■■" o'clock. ~ NOTICE OF MEETINGS. ' (^^"golden GATE lodge no. 30, a B^^ F. and A. M.— Called meeting THlS^^k_ (TUESDAY) EVENING, March 26, at^3f 7 :S0 o'clock. Second degree. | ANS^\ GEORGE J. HOBE, Secretary. WsB* STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING — A t*-^ meeting Of the stockholders of the Mendo- cino Lumber 'Company (a corporation) will be held at th« office of the company, 40 California street, room 1, In the city and county of sun Francisco. California, on THURSDAY, April 11, A. D. 1895, at 11 o'clock a. M. of that day. The said corporation having been formed for period less than fifty (50) ye...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 26 March 1895

CITY RKAL ESTATE. THIS IS CHEAP-ONLY $540; BUILDING lot 26x100, on north side California st., between Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth avenues; nice and level: cars pass: house adjoining; for two days only; buy It to-day. 11. E. POEHLMAN, 415 Montgomery st. Ql * %J\ COTTAGE 7 ROOMS; LOT 200x200; JD I — 'J\J. lovely city West port; dirt cheap. MICH ELS & WOOD, 917 Market. TTOUSE OPEN FOR INSPECTION TO-DAY. > $4300; neatest and coziest pairof 5 and 6 roomed flats in the city: contain every modern improve- ment; income $42 50 per month; 20th St., just west of Castro. Apply to TOBIN & McNALLY', 630 Market 9e. <2?q^A WORTH DOUBLE; 27x100; BEMIS ♦ipOOU. St., near Castro; block from Electric curs; ready to build. .1. R. ROCHE, San Rafael. BARGAIN; $1450; 2-STORY' 7-BOOM COT- • tage in Holly Park: corner lot: 50x50; can be bought for small payment down; balance same as rent. CADENASBO <t CO., 512 Montgomery st. <3il (\ (\(\C\ BBJRA.T BARGAIN; OUTSIDE OXV.UUII. Land block 7...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 26 March 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Silver stronger. Wheat steady. Barley weaker. Oats, Corn and Rye still quiet. Xecdstuffs unchanged. Hay in larger receipt. JJeans steady. Potatoes somewhat higher. Onions unchanged. Butter arrives heavily. Cheese unchanged. Eggs continue to improve. Poultry nominal. Game quiet. Oranges and Limes lower. Lemons unchanged. Pried Fruits dull. Asparagus, Rhubarb and Gre.en Peas declined. Heavy receipts of Rice. Advance in house Coals. Decrease in imports. Provisions tending upward. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. Unite© States Department or Aqhtcitt/- TtTRK. Weather Bureau. SAX Francisco, March 25. 5 p. m.— The pressure is highest to night in Wyoming and lowest along the Pacific Coast. It Is falline quite rapidly from San Fran cisco northward to Puget Sound. The winds are shifting to the eastward but are still light. The weather is partly cloudy throughout Northern California and Southern Oregon, and also along Puget Sound. There are some indication...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 26 March 1895

DIED IN AN OAKLAND LODGING-HOUSE. sudden death of an ■ aged Pioneer Missionary of California. TUMBLED SIXTY-FIVE FEET. Narrow Escape of a Carpenter From Death — Want a Franchise. Rev. E. A. Haren, the first Protestant missionary to preach the gospel in Cali fornia, died alone and in poverty in a lodg ing-house at 517 Ninth street yesterday morning. He had been suffering from cancer of the stomach for several months past and left Tulare to ccme to this city to be treated for the disease. "When the land lady, Mrs. Marsh, called him as usual yes terday, there was no response, and an offi cer was called, who broke in the door and found the body of the aged minister cold in death. From the indications death had come suddenly. The features of the deceased showed bo signs of suffering. Mr. Hazen came to California by way of Panama in 1851 and soon after established a congregation at San Jose, later removing to Napa, where he was preaching the gos pel in 1554. In 1857 he preached at Yreka a...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 26 March 1895

12 FORM OF THE POOLING TRUST To Be Submitted to the Stock holders of the Valley road Next Week. IT IS A STRONG DOCUMENT. All Power Vested in the Trust ees, Who Hold Office Ten Years. The date for the meeting of the stock holders of the valley road has been changed from Wednesday, April 3, to Fri day, April 5, in the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce at 2 o'clock p. m. At that time the pooling-trust plan will be submitted to the subscribers for their ratification. This important document is given below in full: This agreement, made and entered into this day of , A. D. 1895, by and be tween the parties whose names are subscribed thereto, winesseth: That whereas the undersigned are subscrib ers to the capital stock, and are entitled to be come stockholders in the San Francisco and San Joaquin Valley Railway Company, a cor poration incorporated under and by virtue of the laws of the State of California with a cap ital stock of six million dollars ($<>,0O0,000), divided into sixty t...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 March 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.-NO. 107. A STROKE OF THE PEN THAT SETS CALIFORNIA FREE. Santa Cla.ra County sent up several of her most prominent citizens yesterday to meet the board of trustees of the valley road and give those gentlemen substantial indications of the great interest with which the new road is viewed by residents of the county named and their willingness to aid it by the liberal investment of their means and an equally liberal donation of rights of way, depot facilities, etc. In the speeches which were made there was a noticeable lack of even the most re mote suggestion of antagonism to Stockton or the interests of that city connected with the proposed line. A spirit of harmony pervaded the utterances of Santa Clara's representatives, and they bore voluntary testimony to a desire to see Stockton suc cessful in her efforts to secure the line. The delegation was composed of: P. P. Austin, Mayor of San Jose, who acted as chairman; J. H. Henry, president of the Ban Jose and Santa Clara ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 March 1895

2 ALONG THE COAST. A Sequel to Forgeries by a San Jose Notary. BEGINNING OF SUITS. Efforts to Fixthe Responsibility of the Transgressor's Bondsmen. MUCH LITIGATION IN PROSPECT. The Methods by Which a Real Estate Dealer Robbed His Clients. SAX JO?E, Cal., March 26.— When George C. Hughes, a notary public and forger, fled to Mexico or South America last year he left behind him as a legacy to his victims and bondsmen enough trouble to give the courts work for many months. Hughes was not only a notary public but was a real estate agent, apparently doing a large business. He would learn of persons with money to loan, the rates of interest desired, and in fact all necessary informa tion. He would secure authority to nego tiate a loan. He would then return to the capitalist in due course of time with forged notes and mortgages. In some cases he would get a genuine mortgage and note but raise the figure. There are several indictments against Hughes, whose present whereabouts is not known. N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 March 1895

MANY NEW LAWS. The Governor Approves Some of the Work of Legislators. VETO OF ONE MEASURE. The Letter "S" !n One of the Bills Leads to Its Killing. FATE OF THE STREETCAR BILL. The Executive May Pocket It, Though a Strong Fight Was Made for It. SACRAMENTO, Cal., March 26.—Gov ernor Budd's labors on the mass of bills, Assembly and Senate, that have been sub mitted for his signature are finished. Of the appropriation bills, including the general appropriation, there will be about eight that will receive his signature and become laws. Some will be vetoed, and seventy or eighty— perhaps more — will be pocketed and, like the county government bill, will become laws two years from the present time. On Friday the Governor intends to leave for Stockton, where, he declares, he will "take to the tules" to escape all inter course with the world at large, and thus enjoy a well-deserved rest. After his re turn, he says, he will personally visit all public institutions throughout the State — priso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 March 1895

4 THEIR FORTUNE GONE Alexander Majors' Wife and Daughter Are Destitute. TO A POORHOTJSE HOME. Application Made to a County Judge for a Private Com mitment. YET FASHIONABLY DRESSED. Rather Than Appeal to Millionaire Relatives They Prefer Becom ing Public Paupers. KANSAS CITY. Mo.. March i2»5. — Once rich, and that not many years ago, pos sessing a wardrobe ami diamonds deemed consistent with women of their reputed means, traveling in Europe as wealthy tourists travel. Mrs. Alexander Majors and her daughter return finally to Kansas City, their old home, their diamonds in pawn, their costly wardrobe almost depleted, and being no longer able to pay for even the meanest lodgings they confessed to Judge Stone of the County Court that they were destitute and asked to be sent to the County I'oorhouse. They are of the family of Alexander Majors, once classed among the wealthiest citizens of Kansas City. Be was one of the pioneer freighters across the plains. The Mr.-. Majors who now wishes t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 March 1895

"HANDS OFF" THE CRY Manitoba Refuses to Be Coerced by the Do minion. THE PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS Canada's Remedial Order Is Liable to Raise a Great Storm. GREENWAY MEN STUBBORN. If They Reject the Command It Will Be Equivalent to Open Rebellion. BT. PAUL, Minx., March 26.— A Winni peg (Manitoba) special to the Pioneer Press says: The first step in the renewed fight over parochial schools in Manitoba began in the Legislature this afternoon when the full message was presented from the Dominion Government at Ottawa, or deri: j the Manitoba Legislature to give the Catholics their rights as they existed before the abolition of parochial schools in 1890. The reading of the Ottawa message occu pied over an hour and, all verbiage re moved, it amounts to the request as above stated. Mr. Martin, a French Catholic member of the Legislature, urged that the Legislature should take immediate action, but Premier Greenway protested, saying the message should be printed, in order that all the members migh...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 March 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— « 6 per year by mall; by carrier, 15c 3>er week. SUNDAY CALL— II.SO per year. WEEKLY CALL— «I.SO per year. The Eastern office of the SAN FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific (States Adver tising Bureau, Rbineiander building, Hose and Duane streets, New York. WEDNESDAY ...MARCH 27, 1895 Show your enterprise. Be alive to live movements. Selfishness is the enemy of the State. California expects every man to do his 'duty. The people's road mast be sapported by the people. "Whenever you go shopping ask for Cali fornia goods. < 'nnfession may be good for the soul, but fit i; risky for the body. The heirs regard the last will of their father as the Fairest of all. By helping your City you will not only ; your own but add to it. The bloviator may talk like a business man, but his money doesn't. "Whenever you read a California paper in these days you read of progress. The only way to endow a Silurian ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 March 1895

WEDNESDAY MARCH 27, 1896 JUST ABOUT THE WEATHER. The sky is expected to wear a threatening aspect to-day, and some rain may fall, though there will probably be enough sunshine to make what would be called a pleasant summer day in any other State of the Union. The hazy ap pearance of yesterday and Mon day caused a great 'many wise ones to remark that it looked like vice man said there was'no authority lor such prognostications. The forecast to-day is: Prob • biv light rain; slightly cooler; fresh southerly LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF. The big sixty-ton gun will be put aboard a scow to-day and started for Fort Point. The Chou Loon Company, a new Chinese social and benevolent association, has incor porated. Harbor Commissioner Conlon did not appear In this city yesterday to assume the duties of Jiis office. The directors ot the valley road yesterday C*ve an audience to a delegation from Santa Clara County. Eugene V. Debs, the A. R. U. leader, told of The strike in his speech at Metropolitan Ha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 March 1895

8 RUNNING TO FOR-M IS A DEAD CARD. The Odds Seem to Affect Many of the Bang-Tails Now Racing. ROUGH DAY FOR FAVORITES. Joe Cotton and Captain Rees Were the Only Two in Front Yesterday. About the end of the present week's racing there will be a small library of "dope" books for sale. They are at a great discount at the present time, most of those that care to play money on the races fol lowing the "educated" money. And, as the game drags on, this seems to be about the best method of beating the runners. Two favorites winning out of six on a good track sounds very "Guttenburgy," but that was the best they could do yesterday. The conditions of most of the races pre vent owners that have a fairly good horse from racing, most of them favoring the owners of "dogs" that are in arrears to the jocky club for back entrance money. The first race recorded a very pleasant surprise — the reappearance of the well known orange with green sash and pink cap colors of Theodore Winters. Adelante, a son...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 March 1895

"JULIUS CÆSAR" IN A GOOD CAUSE. The Drama Will Be Produced to Aid the Builders of a New Church.. SOCIETY PEOPLE WILL The Parish of the Holy Cross to Reap the Benefit-Miss Bow man to Appear. Society is all agog over a grand theatri cal entertainment that is to be given next month for the benefit of the Churcn of the "Thus Brutus, did my master bid me kneel." [Mitt Fannie Bou-man «.« Scrvtut in "Julius Cemt."] Holy Cros?. Having once determined to do a thing — and society is always ready to lend a helping hand to an affair of church or charity — they go ahead and put" soul into the work. They are generally success ful in anything they undertake. The congregation of the Church of the Holy Cross, on Eddy street near Devisa dero, has decided to erect a handsome brick and stone edifice to cost between $75 : 000 an i $30,000. The church does not owe a cent and it owns the site on which the present building stands. Plans have teen submitted for the new building, though no choice has yet bee...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 March 1895

10 ON THE FARMS OF THE WEST. Some points Concerning Grow ing and Marketing Cali fornia Fruit. ABOUT THE MARCH FROST. Work Done by the Horti cultural Commission — Gen eral Agricultural News. It is not only necessary to know how to grow fruit and where to grow it, but how to put it into the hands of consumers. How to grow includes a general knowledge of tilling the soil, the planting and care of the trees. What to grow, the best varie ties, where to grow and the adaptability ©f certain localities for certain varieties of fruit. California fruit Is the best in the world, and has the world for a market. The time is coming when we can reach the markets of the old world promptly and profitably. Fresh California fruit was practically un known to England until last year. The success of that shipment means that other trans-Atlantic markets will be supplied in the future. But the Eastern market has not yet been properly supplied. We have heretofore sold our fruit on commission to middle-men.-...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 March 1895

BUBIKESB (H.'.NO>. I YOTICE— TO BUy"oR SELL A^BUSINESSOF any kind see <;US STRAND, 719 Market st. ><{>>" CANDY AND ICE-CREAM PARLOR, ♦- 1— O. No. 1 location, cheap; rent 4 rooms- pa vsjvell^^Set? GUS STRAND, 719 Market st. "sJQ A RESTArRANT AND OYSTER" '- t/ *J\J. bouse; >.'o. 1 location: r»>celpts $25 to ?:?operday. GUtj .STRAND, 719 Market sU , ■.,>" Q.SOO BXKERYr'NO. 1 LOCATION; RE- OOUi;. ceipts . $25 to $30 per .lav. «or,,i horse and wagon, cu-. See GUS STRAND. 719 Market. Sk9^n i>AETXER wanted in first: ♦^ -■' • class paying corner saloon: No 1 loca- t on; owner flrst-dassman; prefers partner to hired help; good chance for steady man: cheap at $500- -g.^ to-day. si RAND A CO., 719 Market st. ' <-\{\[\ « '"• A!S "H '"VI. YARD; HORSE" QOUU. wagon. See STRAND, 719 Market at! QIT.% BRANCH BAKERY: ~a ROOMS* QKO. great bargain. STRAND, 719Merkct. Q9TX HORSESHOEING SHOP* CLFVRS >^<.t. $250 month. GUS STRAND, 71 9 Mrkt <")")(» ON THIRD sfTi CL...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 March 1895

12 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Silver touches 64c. Mexican Dollars rise to 63c. shipment of $346 18 to China. Codfish market down to I@ll4c. Wheat futures declined. Barley weaker. Larger offerings of Corn. Oats and Rye unchanged, t lover Hay lower. Bayo, Lima and Pink Beans higher. Most kinds of Coal higher. First Strawberries of the season. Oranges, Lemons and Limes weak. Dried Fruit unchanged. Asparagus. Rhubarb and Green Peas lower. Swret Potatoes tirni. Onions easy. Butter weak. Eggs firm. Not much change in Poultry. (.ame dull. Hams advanced. ■ Bacon and Lard very firm. Increased exports of Wine. Mutton and Lamb lower. Hogs firm. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. Untted States Dkparticevt op Aoricpl tufe. Wkathke Bureau, San Fkancisco, March 26, 5 p. if.—The pressure Is highest to night in Southern Idaho and Utah and lowest on the Washington and Oregon coasts. The pressure is falling quit* rapidly to-night along the entire Pacific Coast from Central California northward. ...

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