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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 March 1895

AN OAKLAND MAN DEFENDS HIMSELF. R. F. Simpson, a Contractor, Fatally Wounds William Bynon. THE TROUBLE OVER A LEASE.! i A Doctor Who Wants Large Pay ment for His Services-L. M. Beaudry Dead. R. F. Simpson, for several years a well known contractor of Oakland, shot and probably fatally wounded William Bynon at the Red House, a resort on the" San Pablo road, Monday afternoon. Tne affray was not reported here until yesterday morning. Simpson leases the Red House, with about seventy-rive acres adjoining, from Mrs. Towksbury of San Francisco and for a year past has sublet the resort to Bynon. The lease expired on the 19th inst. and Simpson and his tenant had a quarrel about the terms on which it should be re newed, resulting in bad blood on both sides. During the jwtet week Simpson has been sowing the ground about the place with grain, employing several men to assist him. The cooking for the crew was done in a lean-to of the resort on a stove be longing to Bynon. The latter recently orde...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 27 March 1895

14 HIS WIFE WOULD NOT SUPPORT HIM. So Assayer Frank Stateler Shot Her and Blew Out His Brains. ' TWO BULLETS IN HER HEAD. Tragedy in an Eddy - Street Lodging-House-^-The Dead . Man's Career. Frank Stateler, an assayer, shot his wife, Josephine Stateler, and . sent a bullet through his brain, at 212 a Eddy street, yes terday at sp. M. Siateler died almost in stantly, and his wife, who had received two bullet wounds in the head, was taken to the Receiving Hospital, where it was found that her injuries would probably prove fatal. t\?'{ The house in : which the tragedy took place is known as "The Lexington," and is kept by a woman named Mrs. O. Olsen. It is considered a quiet and respectable house. Several months ago Mrs. Stateler con ducted a lodging-house .it 445 O'Farrell street. Last January she disposed of this place, left her husband and took a room ut tiie Lexington, telling the landlady that she and her husband had parted IPrank Stateler, Who Shot His Wife and Then Committed Sui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 March 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.-NO. 108. THE PACIFIC SLOPE. Rain Baffles the Hunters of the Angels Stage- Robber. OBLITERATED TRACKS. Messenger Hendricks Confi dent That He Wounded the Lone Road Agent. NO TRACES OF BLOOD FOUND. Stockton Officers Unable to Ob tain the Slightest Clew to the Masked Bandit. STOCKTON, Cat.., March 27. -Officers who have been making an effort to capture the robber who attempted to hold up the ttii^e from Valley Springs to Angels, five miles from the latter place, at 7:30 last night, have so far been unsuccessful, as the tracks of the robber have' been obliterated by last night's heavy Tain. • Messenjrer Hendiicks who fired the charge from Kith barrels of his shotgun at the robber, pays he saw the man rise from behind a brush fence and heard him call out ••Halt," but the two passengers and the driver did not see the man or hear his voice. Persons who went to the scene of the shooting to-day did not find anything to show that anybody had been hurt. The messenger is positive...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 March 1895

2 authorize the Common Council, Board of|Tnis tees or other governing oody ofany incorporated city or town, other than cities of the first class, to refund its indebtedness, issue bonds there for and provide for the payment of the same. S. B. 521— T0 provide lor the issuing of bonds by the reclamation districts and tin- disposal thereof for reclamation and ether purposes, and their payment by taxation upon the prop erty shunted in kucli reclamation districts. S. B. 739— 1n relation to the pay and collec tion of taxes by Salinas City. B. B. 885— Fixing and regulating the manner of sale and redemption of real property for de linquent assessments, to pay the damages, cost and expenses for or incident to laying out, opening, extending, widening, straightening, diverging, curbing, contracting or closing up, in whole or in part, any street, square, lane, alley, court or place within municipalities within this State. - S. B. 887— To create a court in and for the town of Berkeley. S. B. 627...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 March 1895

THREE BITE THE DUST. Six Robbers Hold Up a Train in Southern Kentucky. ARE MET BY BULLETS. Their Warm Reception Due to the Fact That O?rtcers Were Aboard. A TIMELY TIP IS GIVEN. During the Fatal Fusillade the En gineer Was "Covered" by One of the Gang. GREENWOOD, Kt., March 27.— A most daring but unsuccessful attempt at train robbery occurred at 2:30 a. m. to-day in the southern part of Kentucky, when six men undertook to stop southbound train No. 3, on the Queen and Crescent Railroad. One of the six was killed outright, one died at 4 o'clock this morning, and the third, giv ing the name of Miller, lies here severely wounded. The other three escaped. The train reached Chattanooga to-day on time, j The reason for this summary disposal of | the traiu-robbers is found in the fact that eume tidings of their purpose had been i given to the railroad or express authorities, i and T. It. Griffin, the Superintendent of Police on the Southern road, had with him j on the train two trusted assi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 March 1895

4 MANITOBA IS DEFIANT. Determined to Resist the Order to Restore the School System. AN OFFICIAL ANSWER. Says the Wheel of Progress Will Not Be Turned Far Back. WAR OF CHURCH AND STATE. Something Serious Will Occur In Canada Before the Contro versy Closes. WINNIPEG, Manitoba, March 27.— remedial order on separate schools does not come up in the Legislature until to morrow night, but nevertheless it was the topic of the day. Both Government and opposition are holding frequent caucuses, ami what the outcome will be is difficult to predict. One thing certain is that the Manitoba Government will resent interference by Ottowa in educational matters. The news paper organ of the Government has this official statement under the heading, "Man itoba's Answer." "We are asked to restore the school sys tem that was in operation previous to 1890. Let Quebec and Ottawa rest assured that the restoration will never be made. Man itoba has too keen a sense of justice, too much regard for truth and equi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 March 1895

GLIMPSES OF THE LOCAL STUDIOS. What. Chris Jorgensen Has Brought Back From . ■ Italy. ANOTHER PRETTY WORKSHOP. One of tjhe Old Hopkins Art School Students Talks About Home Work. There has recently arrived in San Fran cisco, after two years' work in Europe, one of the oldest of the California art workers, Christopher Jorgensen, commonly called '•Chris" Jorgensen. Since his return he has fitted up what is now probably one of prettiest studios in town: From Genoa, Florence, Milan and Naples there are studies- scattered around the place. Cos tumes from all these cities, fishermen's nets, swords; masks, oars, palms and jars, show against a sepia background and make the effect completely strong. When the Hopkins Art School first be gan Mr. Jorgensen was a pupil, and for twenty-live years he has worked with a view to the . strengthening of California art. With what success may .be best de termined by the work of the man himself. Personally Mr. Jorgensen is small, very alert and keenly arti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 March 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— »6 per year by mail; by carrier, 15c per week. SUNDAY CALL— per year. ■WEEKLY CALL— SI.SO per year. The Eastern office of the SAX FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Paclfio States Adver tising Bureau, Bhlnelander building, Hose and Duane streets, New York. V' • t THURSDAY MARCH 28, 1895 Let the newspapers be manly. Whenever you see a shop displaying Cal ifornia goods patronize it. Few men can play a lone hand in the game of life, but any man can assist. No one need fear prosecution for stealing cobblestones or killing Silurians with them. He who would uphold public morals and the spirit of the law will not promote lot teries in any way. When you patronize home industries you turn your money loose within reaching distance of your own shop. The building of the competing railroad will not only be good business itself, but will help to make other business good. The Nevada City Transcript appreciates the effo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 March 1895

THURSDAY MABCH 28, 1895 .11 ST ABOUT THE WEATHER. The marine gentleman with um brella aspread, braced sharp up and lurching forward in the teeth oi a soaking rain squall should be happy in weather so eminently fitted for sailors and ducks, but he is probably growling because the wintry sunshade he has just "bor rowed" will occasionally get full of the gale and drag him off an even keel. . However, he may weather the storm, because tho shower will pass^ away in a clearing up for to-day, with a stationary temperature and brisk to high southerly winds, shuting to westerly. LOCAL NEWS IN BEIEF. California orange trees ar« being sent to Cape Town, South Africa, Steamer rates heavily cut to Puget Sound and Alaska points by rivallines. ■ A fire in Gaskill & Regan's tinshop at 117 Minna street la*t night did $200 damage. . Charles W. 'Welch fails to be declared secre tary of the Board of Education by a tie vote. The board of directors of the valley road will io to Stockton this evening ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 March 1895

8 AN INDIFFERENT RUN EXPLAINED. Abi P Was "Doped," Which Ac counted for Her Poor run Tuesday. MYRON GOT THE FIRST RACE. Whitestone Downed Flashlight by a Close Margin in a Drive. On Tuesday of the present weefc Abi P started in a light welter-weight race at five furlongs, against Joe Cotton, MeFarlane, Advance. Vulcan and The Drummer. From 4 to 1 the speedy sprinter was backed down to IS to 5, a heavily backed second choice, Joe Cotton, going to the post a 9 to 10 favorite. The mare was in fine condi tion, and both her owner, G. Pacheco, and Trainer Short were confident she would defeat the favorite. In lact so confident was her trainer she would win that he bor rowed money on his watch to play her. With W. Clancy up, she ran a miserable race, finishing an indifferent third. So poor was her run that Clancy came in for his share of criticism. Noticing that the mare acted strangely after the race. Trainer Short called in the services of a veterinary surgeon yesterday morning, and afte...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 March 1895

ONWARD MOVES THE HALF MILLION. The Club Takes a Stand on the question of munici pal progress. LARGE MEETING OF CITIZENS, Encouraging Words of United States Senator Perkins and Others. The general meeting of the Half-million | Club in the Chamber of Commerce yester- ■ day afternoon was attended by several j hundred earnest and enthusiastic citizens who seemed deeply concerned in the pur pose of the gathering — and State progress. Hugh Craig presided, and in his opening remarks said : San Francisco cannot to-day ignore the work of her pioneers, who laid the foundation of our ' city broad and strong. In 1830 San Francisco! PROMINENT MEN AT THE HALF-MILLION CLUB MEETING-. X . \Skttched by a "Coll" artist] was the twenty-second in the list of American I cities. In 1890 she was the eighth; at the last census fifth in wealth and third in wealth per capita. There is one thing San Francisco may be proud of. and that is her small public debt, which is some $930,000, with a sinking fund of $67...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 March 1895

10 OAKLAND WILL MAKE AN EFFORT. Merchants Anxious About the Terminus of the Com peting Road. WILLIAM BYNON IS DEAD. Fatal Effect of Simpson's Bul let—Lambert Located in Honolulu. A conviction is growing in the minds of the terminal committee that unless extra ordinary efforts are made by the citizens of Oakland the managers of the San Francisco and San Joaquin Valley road will accept the. handsome offer made by San Jose to have the road pass through that place, and this city will be left in the cold. Thus far only a little over $200,000 has been sub scribed in Oakland, while San Jose has guaranteed $500,000. Within the last two dayss76oo has been subscribed as follows: Robert Kuerzel, $200 ; F. J. Bodle, $200; E. A. Holman, $200; F. E. Whitney, $200; F. W. Sawyer, $300; R. E. Bell, $100; George H. Fogg. $200 ; Carleton & Parker, $200; Charles = Mau, $200 ; C. G. Dodge, f 100; F. \V. Fry, $100 ; Herirv Rodgers, $500; Welles Whitmore, $-00; Land Title Company, $500; H. A. Powell, ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 March 1895

BUSINESS CHANCES. »1 1 Cfj KilM 1 I.A^SAUHLN.IU'SINKSS ■ iJIiOU. block. Market St.: elegant,- popular; patronized by best people; receipts $30 to $40 per I day; rent only 980: Is fortune for 1 or 2 men; is actually cheap at '$1700; must -sell ;■ see it, Investi- gate and make an oner. GEO. STEWART, 632 Market st. „- qj;/1 partner" wanted— coffee SA^ •_ i«>\'. loon nnd restaurant; finest place north of Market si. : trade immense; wants steady relia- ble man to take charge cash counter and 'lining department, ..•■-. after help, etc.; has splendid growing business; • too much for one to run alone: needs- help of good man; chance In lifetime; don't miss it: clears $60 per week; Is chenpatSSOO. ' GEO. STEWART, 632 Market St., opp. Palace. flf.c'cij "RESTAURANT IN FINK DOWN- »?•«>«> '. town location; rent only $40; doing too*, nice tmsiness; this place will stand the fullest investigation; .don't miss this Opportunity. Apply SMITH; HTJBjSB 4 r,\, 1001 Market si.' ' ' "Q<"li)l!...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 March 1895

12 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Petroleum and Gasoline advanced. Anothersbarp rise in silver. Mexican Dollars still higher. Flour in demand for China. Wheat and Wheat Freights quiet. Barley lower. tints, corn and Rye dull. Bras i:i lisht stock and firm. I Jay »nd straw easy. Pink Beans weaker. Seeds dull. Potutoes firm. Onions lower. Butter slill in larse supply. ry linn. Cheese unchanged. Poultry doing better. Game dull. Apples ijuiet. Oranges ;unl Lemons lower. Honey slow iind weak. Dried Apneota steadier. NiMs ;::ic! Kaisins dull, liacon and Lard marked up. Hams stiff. Xallow we»k. Hides improving. Wool and Hops very slow. Hogs firm. Beef steady. Mutton weak. Grain Basrs quiet. ower. Coal firm. ■Core strawberries arrived. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. United States Department v AoßicnL turf. Weather Bureau, San Francisco, March 27, 5 i". M.— Synopsis and general fore casts : The storm which was mentioned as central, last night off the coast of Washington and Oregon has m...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 March 1895

A SMALL VESSEL BREEDS A PANIC. She Has Made Traveling Cheaper Than Staying at Home. CUT RATES TO THE NORTH. First-Class Fakes to Sound Ports Reduced to Five Dollars. One little steamer of less' than 600 tons. | burden has been, instrumental in causing a reduction in fares and freights, to Sound ' and Alaska points that enables passengers I and shippers to save from three-quarters to two-thirds ;>f ' what was paid less than two months ago, and makes traveling , cheaper than remaining at home. And her advent will also effect a cut in the rates to i Portland in the very near future.. " ' .V; 3 About two years aeo the West Coast : Steam Navigation Company chartered the j steamship Farallon and placed her on the THE LITTLE STEAMER FARALLON. ' [Skelched by a. "Call" artist.] route between this city and Puget Sound ports. The passenger rate was placed at $15, a reduction of $5 from that charged by the regular steamers of the Pacific Coast Steamship Company, and a. slight reduction was a...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 28 March 1895

14 JOAQUIN MILLER SCORCHES DOLE. The Poet of the Sierras Has Returned to His. Ranch, He Left Honolulu Without Notice, Carrying Only a Book of His Poems. CALLS FGE AKESCUE PAETY For Relief of Political Prison ers Who He Says Are Famishing. Joaqnin Miller arrived unexpectedly from Honolulu yesterday by the steamship Australia. The Poet of the Sierras looks haggard, haggard and hairy, like the rem nants of a stockyard, or as if he had been hunting bear and found a pretty big one after a hard winter. He came ashore by the Australia from Honolulu without bag or baggage and his name does not appear on the passenger list. "Were you deported, Mr. Miller?" he was asked. "No, I was not -deported," he replied, '•but I did not publish my intended depart ure in the newspapers. I told Minister Willis that I intended to leave on the steamer. He -was my only confidant. I came on board with this package which you see in my hand, which contains a vol ume of my poems and a few manuscripts, together wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 March 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.-NO. 109. THE PACIFIC COAST. An Engine Crashes Into a Caboose Near Barstow. SEVERAL PERSONS HURT. A Leading Wholesale Butcher Caught in the Wreckage and Crushed. THE CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT. A Brakeman Unable to Signal Be cause the Wind Put Out the Light In His Lantern. LOS ANGELES, Cal., March 28.— The caboose of a cattle-train on the Atlantic and Pacific was run into by an engine near Barstow last night, badly demolishing it and severely shaking up the occupants. Julius Houser, one of the leading whole sale butchers of this city, was caught between the wreckage and badly squeezed. He was brought to Los Angeles on a pas senger train this afternoon. Though seriously injured tie will recover. Others in the wreck were only slightly injured. The accident was caused by a brakeman's lantern being put out by the storm, when sent back to signal an approaching engine. Before he could relight it and give the signal the engine crashed into the rear of the cattle train standing on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 March 1895

2 SAN MATEO'S SCHEME Approval of Its Plan to Begin Building the Boulevard. THE PEOPLE FAVOR I*. Indorsement Comes Even From the Coast Side of the County. WILLING TO ISSUE BONDS. The Committee of Five Preparing to Secure Plans and Outline Meth ods of Procedure. SAN MATEO, March 28.— The boulevard project approaches nearer to success every day. Through this region public enthusi asm and confidence has been stimulated by the definite organized and determined efforts to carry out the plan which have been begun by a number of leading men, as described in the Call this morning. The operations of the committee of rive, who are to gather information, formulate plans and select a general committee of thirty prominent citizens from all parts of the county, in whose hands the project will be placed, will be watched with much interest, not only throughout this county, but in San Francisco and San Jose, where interest in the scheme is already great. At the beginning of the agitation for the boul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 March 1895

BAD MEN SHOT DOWN. Fatal Raid of a Trio of Most Notorious Des peradoes. THE HOLD-UP OF A TOWN. Surprised by a Sheriff's Posse a Determined Battle Ensues. TWO 0? THE OUTLAWS SLAIN. And the Third Riddled Wltri Bullets During His Hurried Escape. LITTLE ROCK, Ark., March 25.-Early this morning three desperadoes — Sam Me "Williams, George Sanders and Sam But ler — rode into the town of P>raggs station, Ind. T., announcing that they proposed to hold up the town. A fight between the bandit* and the citizens ensued, in which McAViiliams and Sanders were killed. Butler escaped after being wounded. The Bon of the station agent, Mr. Morris, was also dangerously wounded. FORT SMITH, Ark.. March 28.— Sam McWilliams, Sam Butler and George San ders rode into Braggs, nine miles east of Fort Gibson at 7 o'clock this morning and commenced robbing the town. T. J. Mad den went out the back door of his store to Johnson Mannings, a Deputy Sheriff, a mile away, and gave the alarm. Manning and Hiram Ste...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 29 March 1895

4 ROUTE OF THE CANAL. Warner Miller and His Associates in the Work. PREPARING THEIR PLANS President Cleveland Is Urged to Appoint the Requisite Commission. FEASIBILITY OF THE DITCH. Troubles Between England and Nica ragua Will Not Jeopardize Uncle Sam's Interest. WASHINGTON, D. C, March 28— Messrs. Warner Miller, Smith. Weed, Hitchcock an>l Bartlett of New York called on the President, Secretary Gresham :n\d Secre tary Lamont to-day in connection with the appointment of a committee to ex amine the Nicaragua canal route, as pro vided for by a clause in the last sundry civil appropriation bill. This clause makes an appropriation of $20,000 for the purpose of ascertaining the feasibility of permanence and cost of con- struction and completion of the canal on the present route and provides for the ap pointment of a commission to be com posed of one army engineer, one naval en gineer and one civilian expert to»visit and inspect the- ranai. The work v to be done under regulations presc...

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