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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 March 1895

BUSINESS CHANCES. COBNBB GBOCEBY; BAR; BAHGAJnT'aT \J your own price; make offer; pays well. PROLL _ si IN BERG, 873 Vg Market st. fIhQAA CORNER BRANCH BAKERY AND OOUU. coffee-parlor; furnished livinß-rooms; rare chance. PROLL * STENBERG, 873% Mar- ket st. SALE-PAYING RESTAURANT; NEAR J. 1 Postoftice; kept by present owner 7 years. PROLL & STENBERG, 873 _ Market st. OLD-ESTABLISHED HOTEL; BIG SALOON trade; filled with steady boarders; investigate- make offers; departure, PROLL & STENBERG 873 Market. ■ t-'.llll SALOON AND LUNCH - HOUSE: Oi-»UU. doesan excellent business: presentown- «>r 13 veers; sickness, j PROLL & STENBERG, B73 Mark. I St. T>ARGAIN- BRANCH BAKERY; LIVING- X> rooms; splendid paying; Western Addition: with or without furniture-. PROLU A- stex- BEKG, 873y 3 Market st. SCWii' tABKET near bad win: »J-XUU. stor? trade: cash business; chance to K^t rich. : - Montgomery st. 2 - "{) (MONTGOMERY ST.) ; iS)OO\J, clearaslso. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery. ~f] OF ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 March 1895

12 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SI MM ART OF THE MARKETS. SI I vef advanced again. All Cereals quiet. No further change in Beans. Is nominal. Hay < asy and dull. Coffee Rice unchanged.. Coal rules firm. Sweet Potatoes higher. Onions lower. Butter and Cheese weak. Eggs rule firm. Poultry continues to advance. ■ lull. Apples In «ood supply and quiet. Oranges plentiful and weak. Lemons Sim. Limes advanced. Dried Fruits and Nuts dull. Vegetables lower. Hams. Bacon and Lard very firm. Soft Hogs lower. Hops dull and unchanged.- Sa! ted Hides scarce and tirm. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. Cnitfd States Department of Agricui/ ti-rk. Wkather Bureau, San Francisco, March 29. 5 p. m.— Synopsis and general fore (asis. The pressure is highest this evening on the Northern California coast, oft' which coast an ex tensive area of high pressure is now central. Fair weather prevails throughout the entire territory west of the Rocky Mountains, where light snow is now falling. Throughout California the sky is clou...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 March 1895

OAKLAND'S ARMY MEN IN PRISON. Blankets, Caps and Other Articles Purloined by a Member. CAPSIZED IN THE ESTUARY. Narrow Escape of Two Young Men— A Verdict for Dr. Dudley Tait. Fred Harrison, a member of General Kelly's Industrial Army, was landed in jail yesterday to keep company with a t>eore or more of Kelly's followers who have been incarcerated on various charges during the past few weeks. When the public began to lose interest in the woes of the army and withdrew its moral and financial support the larder of the Franklin-street Industrial Army co operative boarding-house soon showed signs of exhaustion and it became evident that more provisions would have to be provided or the inmates would have to go to work. To supply the deficiency a large number of the soldiers began begging for provisions from houses and merchants. Tne police were instructed to put a stop to their opera tions and twenty or more wer2 arrested as vagrants or for begging and placed on prison fare. • Harriso...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 30 March 1895

14 NOT GUILTY IS THEIR ANSWER. Arraignment of the Men Ac cused of Counterfeiting Chinese Certificates. VERY HEAVY BAIL IS ASKED. They All Assert Their Inno cence, and Expect a Speedy Acquittal. Ferdinand D. Ciprico, Harston L. Foss, D. .1. Sullivan (ex-Deputy Tax Collector, and not James H. Sullivan, ex-Deputy County Clerk, as stated), Max Katzauer and Moses Greenwald were all arraigned before United States Commissioner Hea cock yesterday. They are charged with forging and uttering a certificate of resi dence issued to a Chinese contrary to the amended law of November. 3, 1893, and also with conspiracy. The penalty is a term of imprisonment not to exceed five years. When the men appeared before the Com missioner they had nothing to say in their ttehalf. Attorney T. D. Riordan, who ap peared for them, waived the reading of the information, and then Commissioner Hea cock set the bail in the case of Foss, Cipri co and Kafzauer at $10,000 each, and that of Greenwald and Sullivan at ifWO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 31 March 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.— NO. 111. THE PACIFIC SLOPE San Diego Collectors of Taxes Disappear in the Desert. TEARS OF FOUL PLAY. Belief That the Men Were Mur dered by Robbers Who Waylaid Them. ■ RETURN OF THEIR HORSES. ■ The Animals Were Without Trap pings and Showed Signs of Hard Running. RSAN DIEGO, Cal., March 30.— Deputy County Assessor L. N. Bailey of Julian and J. B. Brackett of this city are missing on the desert, and it is feared that they have been murdered. If murder has been done it must have been peculiarly cold blooded, as the slayers must have followed their victims from Yuma and camped on their trail till the opportunity came, leav ing the bodies of their victims on the desert and turning their horses loose to create the impression that the men were lost. Both men have families in this city. The two men went out to collect taxes on personal property and polltax at the mining camps of Gold Rock, Largo, Mu chacho and Picaeho. as well as other points on the desert. They left Julian...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 31 March 1895

2 AMID HIDDEN HOMES What One May See in the Lovely Region About San Mateo. • A PLACE SIMPLY TO LIVE. But There Is a New Thrill of Suburban Progress There. MANY IMPROVEMENTS BEGUN. The Valley Road, the Boulevard, Steamers, Public Works and ! More People. , SA.X MATEO, Cat/., March 30.— There arc spots here- and there in the world where the eyes of the stranger meet sur piise after surprise and revel in beauty; the sou! id charmed and the impressions received long recur to the memory with delight. ' . ' . One of these spots is close to San Fran- j Cisco, though a very small part of San j Franicsco knows of its real beauty. It is j "EL CEREITO," RESIDENCE OF H. P. BOWIE, THE OLDEST RESIDENT IN SAN MATEO. [By the courtesy of Johiistone & Bryan of the Traveler.] Fan Matco, only fifteen miles down the western side of the bay from the city's southern limit. There are no factories there and no longing for any. The town points with pride to no lar»e industries. - It is ii place of ideal ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 31 March 1895

SPRECKELS MEETS ALL OBSTACLES. Directors Journey by Steamer, by Wagon., by Rail, A Day for the Valley Rail road People Ends With a Derailed Engine. LOST HOUKS AT MIDWAY. Surveyors Will Be Sent to Stockton in a Few Days to Begin Work. On Friday night, following the arrange ment by which it was agreed that the San Joaquin railroad should start from Stock tori, it v. .1- decided to give the directors of that road a journey down the river by steamer. The Leader, one of the steamers of the California Navigation and Improve ment Company,- was placed at the service of the Commercial Association of Stockton, and at 7:_'ti o'clock yesterday morning the start by boat was. made. All of the direct ors except Thomas Magee, who was called Budd«nly to the city, took passage on the gteamer. In addition, P. A. Buell, C. M. Weber, Orrin Henderson and Arthur L. Levinsky or Stockton, and Engineer W. B. Storey, were on the boat, which was in charge of 11. J. Corcoran, manager of the California Navigatio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 31 March 1895

4 THREE PEOPLE DEAD Fatal Accident on a Pennsylvania Car Line. BROUGHT ON BY PANIC. Frightened Passengers Pre vented the Gripman From Acting Promptly. TEEN THEY JUMPED FOR LIFE Two Women Were Mortally and Seven Other Persons Seri ously Injured. JEANSYILLE, Pa., March 30.— Three persons were instantly killed, two fatally injured and seven others seriously hurt on the Lehigh Company Traction road by jumping from a runaway trolley-car on the mountain near here. The dead are: Mrs. "Watkin Williams of Hazleton, Mr*. John E. Earley of Beaver Meadow and her eicht-year-old son. Fatally injured: Mrs. James Evans of Ooterain, Mrs. John Weir of Beaver Meadow. Seriousiy wounded: Watkin Williams, husband of the woman who was killed; c Herrity of Beaver Meadow, three children of Mrs. Evans, Hannah Soruers of Beaver Meadow. Morris Hughes of Wilkesbarre. The accident was the worst in tne history of the trolleyr oadsin this vicinity and was due in part to a panic among the passen gers, who crowded a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 31 March 1895

OXFORD'S TEAM WINS The Dark Blues Carry Off the Honors From Cambridge. BY LENGTH- AND A HALF, Odds Were Offered That the Favorites Would Cross the Line First. CHEERS FOR THE VICTORS. Good Work Done by Both the Crews With Even Stroke Up to the Finish. PUTNEY, England, March 30.— Oxford won the fifty-seventh boatrace to-day be- tween crews representing the universities of Oxford and Cambridge. Oxford's crew crossed the line a length and a half ahead. This morning opened gloomy and cold, hut this did not prevent crowds going to Putney to witness the final practice of the crews. During the morning both Oxford and Cambridge boats practiced starting for about a quarter of an hour. Rain fell at intervals and a strong southwest wind was blowing, but the banks of the river Thames were crowded at au early nour, notwithstanding the rain and high wind. At 3 v. m. the Cambridge coxswain went over the course in a steam launch. Hap pily the wind moderated greatl}- during the afternoon, and at 3:30...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 31 March 1895

6 INFORMATION FOR INTERIOR PLACES. The Half-Million Club Prom ises to Give Out Facts for Publication. MONEY FOR THE GOOD CAUSE. Collections ' Will Be Made to-morrow and the plan of Action Outlined. The Half -million Club is not waiting for any other organization to bring home in dustry to the front. It is the purpose of the club to push all industries of whatever nature, regardless of protests from si lurians. "With this end in view it has established a bureau of information, which will sup ply the interior towns ot the State with all the information that the people desire. In order that the interior press may realize the importance of the movement and know where their authority emanates the following letter has been sent: Office of Citizens' Committee, ) I'M Butter street, room 81. > : San Francisco, March 29, 1895.) Editor .Dear Sir: The San Francisco press and public are enthusiastically support ing the excursion, which will bring Northern California, Southern California and t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 31 March 1895

SUNDAY :.. MARCH 31, 1895 JUST ABOUT THE WEATHER. There will be more butterfly chasing at the park to-day, and the different attractions at tlie people's playground will be well patronized. Smiling skies will lure many deni zens of the city to outer fields of favorite suburban resorts. Boats and trains will carry excursion par ties in every direction, for the fore- cast, is a« follows: Fair; nearly stationary tem perature; fresh westerly winds. LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF Barber-shops will close at noon to-day. Cash for the tiesta excursion will be col lected on Monday. A bureau of information has been arranged by the Half-million Club. H. J. Crocker collected over S£soo for the fiesta excursion yesterday. Fourteen chorus-boys of the Chinese Theater will depart for China next week. Rates to Portland reduced to sl2 by the Ore gon Railway and Navigation Company. Hawaiian exiles will start an expedition to seize the Government of Hawaii very <^oon. A number of the Alaskan salmon lleet will ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 31 March 1895

8 NEW BOOKS REVIEWED Pan] Verlalne. fort hroni l 'i i ' i r;uisuitioii oi viie poems 01 Paul Veriame brings to American notice a poet who, save in Paris and among a cer tain literary few of London, has heretofore been practically unknown. Verlaine is something above 50 years of :tire. if is is undeniably one of the most poetic souls this century has seen, but if fame finds him during his lifetime it must be'quickly. for there are not many years left to him. He is a great invalid si terrible sufferer — whose life of late years has been one of intimate acquaintance with hospital wards and almost unbearable pain. He would say of himself, perhaps, that hie sufferings are merited, for Verlaine is pre-eminently a sinner who has repented. His life has been one series of yielding;., to temptation, of falling, to rise only again to fall into the most dreadful morass of pt range vices into which, surely, any sane being pver plunged. He even, years a_-<',Vp»nt two years in prison for the at...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 31 March 1895

CARRIED A TON AND THEN WON. The Unbeaten Crescendo Adds Another Rich Stake to his Credit. •BITTER ROOT WORTH $1650. His Half Brother, Belucoso, Won Another Race in Fast Time. The Bitter Root stake?, a handicap for two-year-olds, five furlongs, was the at traction that drew the crowd to the Bay District track yesterday. The nine young : hat went to the post to contest for the $IGC>O that went to the winner were a fine-footing lot. Of course, the star of the lot was the unbeaten Crescendo, the. slash ing big chestnut son of Flambeau, and there was much speculation as to how he Would handle bis heavy impost of 127 ]>ounds. Coupled with his stable com panion, Con Moto, lie went to the post 9 to 20 iv the betting, although a \*ery little wa> at one tin.' 1 obtainable. The big fellow had W. Clancy in the saddle, which : probably accounted for this good price, for " "Willie is hardly as much of a drawing-caid as Carr or Griffin. Naglee Burke, the .-■wealthy owner of Crescendo, set...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 31 March 1895

10 PUBLICATION OPFICE: t25 Montgomery street, near Clay, open nnttl 11 o'clock r. M. BRANCH OFFICES— 7IO Market street, near Kearny. open until 12 o'clock midnight ; SSO Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock ; 717 Larkin street. open until 9:30 o'clock ; SW. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets, open until 9 o'clock ; 2518 M ission street, open until 9 o'clock ; and 116 Ninth street, open until 0:30 o'clock. CHI'BCH NOTICES. UNMTARIAX^CHI'RCHr^CfmI ti^^ Geary and Franklin sts.— Rev. Dr. Stebbins, minister; Rev. W. G. Eliot Jr., associate minis- ter and Superintendent of Sunday-school. Sunday- school and Bible class are at 9:45 a. m. Morn- ing service at 11 o'clock. Evening service Rt 7:30 o'clock. Subject of evening sermon, "Bearing the Yoke." All are cordially invited. ' irss= SECOND UNITARIAN CHURCH, CAPP . tSZ£r an( j Twentieth sis.— Leslie W. Sprague will preach at 11 a. m. on "Worth and Worship Of Man." Rabbi Jacob Voorsanger, D.D., will preach in the evening on "Superstitious ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 31 March 1895

■ CITY EEAL ESTATE. estate AGENTS, rent COLLECTORS AND AUCTIONEERS, 14 Montgomery st., San Francisco. Call and obtain one of our "Real Estate Records," which contains a list of properties for sale in all parts of the city. BKdB • *. IMPROVED PROPERTY. < ■ >'>AA 2-STORY AND BASEMENT ' '> — \}\J . house of 7 rooms and bath, stable, etc.; lot 25x122:6; Harrison st;; terms $1000 casll ; balance at 7 pet cent. :;^v •; j Q1 A Ami LEAVEN WORTH-ST. INVEST- •_ ' "'.UI/v'. meat; Improvements renting for 958 50' per month : lot 27x85:6; street accepted; good place for a large building. &9A f\f\(\ WASHINGTON -ST. INVEST- O*-U. UUU. -ment; rents $171 50 per mouth; b nearly new buy-window flats, with all modern Improvements, brick foundations, etc. : this price is low owner forced to sell ; lot 42 :6x137 :6. Q-AAA OOZY HOME; NICE BAY-WIN- •~t)U\Mr, dow 'cottage of 6 rooms and bath; brick foundations, etc.; lot 25:6x102:6; street ac- cepted: Baker St.; nice location. Q-O'A PIERCE-S...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 31 March 1895

12 o .'•• BUSINESS CHANCES. PA. DOLAN A >NB, 833 M A itKET— GUAIC . anteecash buyers for any business: half pur- chase price advanced on all propositions; money to loan; no delay. CjQAA BUTCHER BUSINESS; EBTAB- ! %DOUVJ. lis'.ed and absolutely paring big; best ' location north of Market St.; retiring from business | only cause for selling; deal only with a responsible ' linn. P. A. DOLAN & SONS, 632 Market. 7AH BOARDING AND LODGING HOUSE;' ■ «3) • v'U. 15 rooms; absolutely nice, new furni- ture; very best location: deal only with a responsi- ' ble firm. " P. A. DO). AN « SONS, 632 Market. <iil iliii MEAT-MARKET NEAR BAD WIN; j »IptrUU. store trade: '-ash business; chance to • get rich. SPECK'S. 30 Montgomery st. ! 1 *QCA CIGAR-STOKE (MONTGOMERY ST.); ! pOOI/. clears 9160. SPECK'S, 3O Montgomery. | COFFEE s.M.i (FIRST CLASS) POSI- ! \J tivejy clearing $800 over expenses: very reason- I .able: good reasons. SPECK'S, ISO Moiigomery_ st. j -\ITE CAN SELL OUT~AT SHORT .Mi- ll l...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 31 March 1895

THE STORY OF GUADALUPE ITS PROSPERITY AND ITS DECLINE Proceed ings have been instituted in the Superior Court of Santa Clara County by tlie heir.- of the estate of Mrs. Maria Cole man, deceased, for the eviction of certain parties from lands claimed. by the estate, but which have been filed upon under the homestead act by Matt' E. Arnerich, Charles P. Owens, John Doyle and others. The new claimants to the land contend that it is more valuable for agricultural purposes than for mineral, and the right to the disputed territory will be tested when the applicants fur homesteads offer their final proofs at the land office. But the very fact of such proceedings recalls a history. The alleged mineral land upon which the homesteads in question have been liled adjoins the Rancho de los Capitan cillos. a Mexican grant. The northwest quarter of this grant was confirmed by the United Btatea to the Guadalupe Mining Company in IS,">O, and a patent was issued in 1871. But there are those who cl...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 31 March 1895

14 FLYING BULLETS ON MARKET STREET. Dr. J. E. Plouf Shot Down in Cold Blood by J. d. L McGaughey. END OF AN OLD QUARREL His Assailant a Discharged Em ploye — A Scene of Excitement. While Market street was crowded with ; pedestrians yesterday afternoon Dr. J. E. | Plouf oi room 21, Phelan building, was | fatally shot by J. D. h. McGaughey in j front of the Columbian building. Dr. Plouf left his office about a quarter past 4 o'clock, accompanied by K. B. Mur- j doch, a banker from Orland, Colusa j County. They were walking westward, > and as they reached the Columbian build ing BfcGaughey was standing in the en trance with a notebook in his hand. Dr. Plouf motioned with his cane to Mc- Gaughey and Murdoch stepped aside. Angry words passed between the two men and the doctor knocked McGaughey down and struck him with his cane, breaking it in two. MrUancrhoy rose to his feet and they clinched. Mcliaughey reached back and puilect a revolver irom nis pocket and fired two in rapid succes...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 31 March 1895

HAWAII and the HAWAIIANS Time has swept swiftly by since gold was found here, and we have been so busy that few of us have any real solid knowledge of the Sandwich Islands or their story, ex cept such as we gathered in early youth in other lan<ls, when the hat was being handed around for the heathen. But now that the affairs of our next-door neighbors force themselves to the front it is well to know a few In the firsi place, then, the Kanakas were never cannibals. I know we were made -to believe they were; books of a blood-curdling jkind have been written about cannibajl out there, but let us see What the first reliable authority says. "Cook's Voyages Pacific Ocean," vol. 111, "Captain Took with four seamen killed ■with stones in the water close to shore." P. 69: "Some natives brought about ten pounds of ilesh on board, our horror t>> find it to be the flesh of Captain Cook; the rest of the flesh having been burned ami the bones carried to a high place and buried as those o...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 31 March 1895

16 FORT FRAYNE BY CAPT CHALKING. CH AFTER I. The snow was mantling the wild waste of barren prairie stretching toward the white peaks of the Big Horn, shrouding its deso lation, hiding its accustomed ugliness, and warning scout, cowboy or soldier to look well to his landmarks before venturing forth upon its trackless sea, for even the cattle trails were hidden and the stage road List to view. Between it? banks of glisten ing white the Platte rolled black and swol len, for a rare thing had happened — one so ran- that old trappers and traders paid they never knew the like before since first they j~ I 1 1 i. » i i "Laramie' Peak or forced the passes of the Medicine Bow— there bad been three days of BOftly falling snow, and not a whisper of a Wyoming g^e- There had betn a thaw in the Laramie Plains, preceded by a soft south wind in tin- ParK country of Colorado, and whole tieeey hill- Bides, said the natives, were slumping off into the upper waters of the river, and that was how the Pla...

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