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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 April 1895

THE VERDICT IN DOUBT. ! • No Decision Arrived At by the Jurors in the Stri k- y efs' Case, y JUDGE MORROWS LONG CHARGE. After- Being 'Out Seven Hours the Jury Was Said to Stand Eight to Four. The fate ofy John. Cassidy arid John: - * Mayne; the men- accused .of obstructing the United States mad and.corispiracy dur ::ing the recent railroad Strike, is ; now In T the hands of , the. following: United States jurors: Cuthbert Gordon- B. F. Welling ton, J. C. Diggins,. S. P. Budsorit. George U. Stout, Richard A, Brown, E. H. Lyon, A. E. Pryor, Jacob Bert?, James Gillon, /John B. Spencer and JameS B. Wyman. A. Judge Morrow lives in San Rafael the j- ri >rs had to reach a verdict by 11 -15 J?.- _*», or else be locked, up for ; the night, They failed to agree, and will be given an op portunity this morning to return a veriiiot. If they cannot agree, the chances are that they will be kept deliberating all day. ,. ; Judge Morrow's charge covered .73 pages ; ■7 JUDGE MORROW PE___VEltiNo HIS...

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

12 PACIFIC COAST FARMS. Some of the Factors tri the 7 y • Varied Prof ts *of VVheat- '; :; Growing* FACTS : FOR THE ORC-IAIiDiST; Matters of Interest to. Stockmen. * Mutton and Wool In - ■i-^i.77 '-y California.; /yl/yyO- '/// ' Readers of .this department are invited to write to. the Agricultural Editor of the: Call and state they would 'plant with a view of securing the greatest income if owned twenty . acres of unimproved ■ land in their vicinity, giving reasons.. .- '"', The Gunninghamirrigation-law, recently passed in Idaho, provides that the. legal; Standard bf'measuremerit-for- water in that State shall be "a cubic foot of water, per . second-'' Thus in Idaho the miner's inch .'measurement no longer prevails. •'..-•';. 7 The Florida Agriculturist condoles with the. " unfortunate orange-growers -of the sunny South because of the loss occasioned by the late frosts, but remarks quite cheer fully at the close that' the cold weather killed a.great. many insects which.' had be come...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 April 1895

■:.- *-; — — . — "•; SlN^Esk CHANCE*. ■ ATO'l : ' '". ■ i •SiV OB SELLA business of ' - ±>l any kind see. GUS STRAND. 719 Market st, . " "_^'A PARTNER WANTED IN FIRST- j tfhOOU. class; .paying corner grocery and *>«; ! ' cheap rent: lease. .See STRAND, 719 Market st. a«O^A WAN --1--.D- -sl'l- ADYMAN AS PART- ; tJpZOU. per -In" a' nice, clean, Inside, legitimate - ness. long established, and will make to each .*, .• partner from $76 to.^lOO per month, and with the | ' help 01 a good man .can. be constantly increased; ! • ■ business easily learned and is suitable for any One j i .'■ willing to work -and make himself useful ; no night -j 1 or Sunda*-- work: cheap at $500; see 10-day. ■ ;. CUB STRAND; 719 Market st- -; O/'f-A. SALOON; GOOD STOCK -FIXTURES. , ; <T)OOU.- pool-table, etc.': 4 rooms furnished will 1 ; .7 wchange.for property. < * ssi it.vND, 719 Market. ; ' ...-,. ■ -.-1-.VFRANT AND .OYSTER; V** »")i)U-.. house; No. 1 -location: receipts $10 to 1 ..• fl6 per day...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 April 1895

14 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD Sl'M-lAftT *OP THB - BtA^KBTS'. - Silver weaker.-.•.'•■.•;.•*'■?' -.-■■ "'..'.. •-."., y Wheat arid Barley.q'uietv :'•".:/'.- . .;/.'.- y■' . ...."Oats and-Rye-duti. ■--.■ ■■' •' /■■■;.-.'•:■ •'.';.•'.•:'-.'. "•'.. • - Corn lower, ■/ '■;. y '.; -.-•'•. /'■'•':■ -y ' '.."'..'. ■ "■ 7' Lima Beads higher 7 •'•;'..? '/://''. ''•"';'.-'■.'':' "" •? ' ■ ..»' ahA'piehtiful. ■;.";'?.-?.'-■'.>?:?. '?-.' -■??• -, 'Straw scarce .'■■' ;.'-:: : -.-'.; ■:"•? ."."•'■ ' Onions hi increasing supply. •* ... ..-■-, . Po:;itoe'.s; r-om'ing fnfreeljv y. ,:_.„;, ' . „?•-?" Mustard .Seed. lower. ':' y "' Butter in:ext*e«sivt.sjij)-Jl^. .• '■ * • y ' Chees'e:rat her easier. 7*. •*. 77 „ * -. ■/// '-.'•* . ! ;'• " Eggs-.!«eady''; -:7 y; .. ;.""-:-; -.'?■.''•>•■''•"" ; "■} "\ Strawberries, lower- : 7 '.' ■''-':';'• ;'<'Clbu&Fniits ivm-tianged. *. 77 >.",,'. ;\: ■■ .. ? '-''"\ .'..■ -'.Viagft-aMes. li-'ccfiiu-d.-y '.'■;.- ■'■;■-"• ■•'•?'■:'-■" ,?•;■? ■'.-' 7 J lams. Bac...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 April 1895

CAPTURED IN OAKLAND. ■ A Robber Who Is Thought to ■/yy Be One of Bogard's / v ■•-.'• -vv. * ■ Assailants. ; SAYS HE IS .J. T. DALTON. Programme of- the 'Mayday .Cycle? ?-.-'?•' V Races— Nearly Wrecked a .-*. y---f •?."•: ••'•■•;?' Bridge. .- '; V- ■.7 .. -; * Deputy Constable Teague of ' .West . Oak .•• - land arrested 'a young man at Golden Gate • 7 station 'at noon : ; yesterday oh the • sus- ' •".'. picion that, he might be John .Brady, the • ■'.robber,, who escaped after filling Sheriff ' ."• John -J. Bogard at the. recent . hold-up .at , •" , Reeds station. .-. . .7 * • ,'*" "' •" ', • - ■ The prisoner wore a 7 dark-green .sweater -.and suit and bore a fair resemblance to the <: -fugitive highwayman, though an examina ;. '; tion of his teeth showed. that they were .j .-.sound; while those of Brady are supposed '• to be. plentifully supplied' with gold fill =•;.. .ings: '• .. y;? ' ; yy' ' ".;■ '." ' * ;,"-' He gave his "name as John F. Dalton and ■ ;. bis business as- that o...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 April 1895

16 TALK OF THE BOULEVARD. Advantages ' of the ;^\n6rl. but ' .;' .More Expensive;. Foot- . './■■i yy s ; 'jiw'jl_tf|iii*..'; y; '.:.:! : THE COUNTY BOAD FAVORED. '.- Nat Bri^Ti>j?in*S : Others Want the v -•■•' ' Greatest Glories. Re- yy'://. . •• i 7. ■ :•■'"■ ■■ ' '"'.• yeaJ^dv' V/ :'• y- 1 - .- ,'.... 7/ • The -projected -boulevard between Golden : "Gate" Park and.San Jose has already Such '. = promising^prospects of success, that the best , routes ■ are? how being discussed by? .?' many people in a", very energetic-way- ..- f ?? The Mission road out of th'e^citv; from the.: .' 'ends/ of Mission and Valencia ; street's, --• which; with ;.-. the sjßaj» 7. Bruno . road. - is the . " only exit from th"** city, -is at present lei t out '- of consideration by everybody.. It is hilly; . i: it is now in a bad. 'condition for. "miles- is - ; occupied by car. track's"; -run's through en- jive surroundings, and is laden with heavy ! I traffic. The boulevard will .leave the south 7 Bide o...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 April 1895

volume :lxxvii.-nq. it 5, THE PACIFIC COAST. Visalia Comes to the Front in Aid of the Valley Road. TACOMA BONDS DECISION. A Nanaimo Steamboat Hand Crushed to Death in a ..- Crank-Pit. ; SPOKANE CLERK'S SHORTAGE. News From the Victoria Seafers In dicates That the Season Will Be a Poor One for Hunters. VISALIA, Cat., Apr!! 3.-Visalia to-day expressed herself .-'Vk-arly- concerning her attitude on the jSan tVancisco and San Joaquin Vallor liiiilroad. Previous offers were made <rooii a :: • ! extended. At a :meetr ingof the Board of Trade aco^nmittee was Visa^ia for depots, switches artd- yards, ri glit of >ay through Tulai-e County and a "fruaru'iWe of $25,000 xn : stbekv already 6llKsrr:bed. .'■'-.: -. . '-.'; . ; J ; '.' ~.'\' .-':'• ■■■■:■ The people of Visalia and the east Bide of the valley are working together, and : naloTers can be made conditiphal upon the building of the road through . and along the eastern side of the San Joaquin Valley. ■■/. ■•.: ■•..'•■■■■'.'... •'/-:...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 April 1895

2 Luis Obispo.* They camped at Pismoone. night and boarded the freight train at San Luis Gbispo tins morning. The two tramDS boarded the train at San Miguel. . . Some of these statements are at variance with a letter found among the effects of. '.the- young, bandit. The date line andj>art . containing. the address were torn off. The letter, began, ' 'My love' r ; was the chiro . gra-phy of a woman and evidently his sweetheart. A number of times in the letter he was addressed as Clayton, arid asked when lie was coming home. The ■letter stated that the fare from San Fran cisco to Portland had been reduced: to $5. ■The writer asked him to come home, as there was a possibility of getting a job on ■the Northern Pacific, and continuing said: ■ :"\ ' ' .' ■ '•/. . : •'.". ' "■: ■'-■:, Maybe you can got work. Charlie Bishop is stiil at San Jose. Why don't you write and ask if he can get you a job? ■ . \; . .'.'. The letter continued: "I remain as ever, if you wish. Yours till death, Matt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 April 1895

ONE LIFE WAS LOST. The Iron Queen of the Ohio Burned to the Water. ALL PASSENGERS SAVEk She Was Bound for Pitisbtrg When a Deckhand Tipped a Lamp. ■■■■.■- ■■■ THE STEWARDESS DFOWNED. She Went to Save Her Clcthin? and Then Tried to Climb Down a Stanchion. . /. TOMEROY; Ohio, April .-To Pitts-; "Vburg and Cincinnati packtty tii ; e : Iron Queen,. was burned at AAt/qtdty, twelve miles above here, at 8 o'clock this, morn :? ing. - All the. passengers, with most of their baggage, were saved. " • ' . ■•■•• ./: The boat was bound ./or Pitt?>>urg, pass ; ing here at 5- a. yi. At Marine ie took, on a lot of baled straw and rno>-e : .d a mile . further up, to Antiquity, '0 take on a large amount of hogshead pole. \ While . lying jj at the bank there a lamp exploded, in .". tlis engine-room, setting the rear part of the boat on fire,":which rapidly communicated .."■ to the .straw.- . In a . few* . moments^ the en tire Hoar "as in. names. Oai>.tain Calhoun ■ and Clerk". Kerr rendere...

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

4 THE JURY IS STILL OUT. No Verdict In the Strikers' Case Has Been Reached as Yet. SAID TO STAND TEN TO TWO. They Will Be Locked Up Again To- Nlght if a Decision Is not Arrived At. The jury in the case of Cassidy and Mayne, the strikers charged with conspir acy and obstructing- the United States mail, is still out. During all yesterday they did not give the slightest sign, and al though Judge Morrow was in his chambers from 10 a. ai. to 5 p. m., there was no de mand made upon him for an explanation of the law in the case. The jurors spent the night in the United States District Court room. Ballot after ballot was taken but no result was reached. Finally tired out nature asserted itself and the jurors, one after another, sought out the softest spot on the floor and went to 6leep. At 7 a.m. the deputy marshal let them out aud all had a good wash. An hour later they went to breakfast, and on their return they took up the weary task of trying to arrive at an understanding. At 2 p. m. th...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 April 1895

QUEEREST THING OF ALL. How the Rairroad Suddenly Re leased Its Tenacious... HoIdV MR. SUTRO TAKEN UNAWARES. The Big Company Pulls Up Its Tracks on O'Farreli Street; .'" One of the oddest things in the history • of San Francisco happened yesterday. r - Mayor Sutro : was looking .over the morning mail in his office when William ; 1 Herrin. chief attorney for the Southern Pacific Railroad, was announced and sub .; Bequently admitted to the private office. . •■ . Mr; Herrin stated his business briefly. "Your Honjor, I. have come to say that • the . Market-street Railway Company, not . • wishing to place itself in direct antagon ■. -ism t0... the • city, authorities, have deter mined to undo their work of laying tracks on the. half-block "of.- O'Farreli stieet, for ■ which they discover they have no ' fran . chise.",; * .■■■' ■' • ' .. •' : •'. Mayor Sutro is not used to. this sort of thing from '-the.- Southern Pacific or the 'Market-street ..Railway. Company, and he looked at Mr. Herri...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 April 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIrtfIE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— *6 per year by mail; by carrier, 15c per week. • ■ SUNDAY CALL— II.SO per Tear. WEEKLY CALL— «I.SO per year. Tho Kastern office of the SAX FRANCISCO CALL. (Daily and Weekly); Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, KhineUnder building, Hose and Duane streets, New York. TIIIKSDAY. .'. I APRIL 4. 1895 The people will win. The monopoly is desperate. ' • Bulldozing cannot stop competition. The Grand Jury has lots of game ahead. Lawless methods are doomed to failure. Sign the Call pledge and never mind the six-shooter. The lawful revolution is too big for the lawless revolver. : The monopoly bulldozers had better shoot their guns. Stockton leads trumps and San Jose will have to follow suit. Santa Rosa, is trying to make herself wholly roses for a time. Hanford talks business as if she meant it and intends to nave it. Progress has too much headway on it to be stopped by footpad methods. Honest workmen on the str...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 April 1895

-^^*^"^ CknTl 3J^l*n Hffjtf*' l *'^*^^ THUR5DAY '... '..... .....;..........,APR11. 4, 1895 CITY. NEWS IS BEIEF. The valley road promoters' committee meets to-day. . . . " • The polo tournament opens at-.Burlingame to-dffy.. : •.'.;.■. Bids for the valley road engines "will sodn bo. asked for. Fair weather, may be hoped for the greate part of to-day. ■ '. A non-union crew was put on the schoonei Ida Schnauer yesterday: Bright city news items are always found on the seventh page of the Call. Shoes regardless of . cost; Redlick Bro« etoek, removed: to 1132 Market street. • f The Wachusett arrived from Nanairao yes terday after an exceedingly rough voyage. The first intercollegiate ball game of the season will be played at Berkeley on Saturday. The revenue cutter Bear came over from Sau ealito yesterday to prepare for her northern trip. Stephen T. Gage yesterday retired from the board of directors of the Southern Pacific Company. Railroad time-tables are published in the Call for the a...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 April 1895

8 NOTHING BUT FAVORITES. Six Well-Backed First Choices Landed the Coin Cleverly. FLASHLIGHT WON GALLOPING. William Pinkerton Showed Himself to Be a Very Fair Youngster. Picking winners at the track yesterday required neither adroitness nor brains. All that was necessary to win was to put your money down on the favorite and get into line. Six straight favorites won, and easy at that, all of them passing the winning post with something: to spare. Tod Sloan and Bob Isom carried off the riding honors, each riding two winners. Bookmaker George Rose's horses seem to be in pretty good shape just at present, for his colors flashed by the stand in front on two occasions yesterday. The mile handicap was the feature on the day's card. As a handicap, however, it proved a dismal failure, the two light weights running over the top of their iield. Flashlight, the Derby candidate, with eighty-four pounds up, was a heavily played 8 to 5 favorite, with B. Isom up. Whitestone was a consistent second c...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 April 1895

GAMBLING ON MARGINS. San Francisco Public Stock ..: Exchange Raided, by the ' • ■ : '-;, : - .-■••;•;■ ■ .'' Police. '. ■ ;".''* NINE MEN WERE ARRESTER Bumble & Bush, the Proprietors, ; - . Were Convicted Twice. . : Before.. ..■•"•; '•'■."■ ..•'■" : . " ■' - ' •• ' '„:•; -•.-■_ • .. ■ . — ■ ~ •- ■ A raid was made by Policemen Davis, McGrayan and posse upon the rooms of the San Francisco Stock Exchange at 915-Mar ket street yesterday morning at 11 o'clock. They arrested William Rumble, Charles D. Bush, Charles Nelson, John B. Godell, E. AY. Frioenk, Peter Dougherty, Charles Finelin, George Brown and George Stevens. They were booked on the charge of violat ing sections 1 and 3 of order 1979 of the Board of Supervisors, Section 1 reads as follows : It shall be unlawful for any person to open, rouduct, deal, play or carry on in any public or private place whatever in the city a-'id county of Bhh Francisco any automatic.quota tion, exhibition or any similar contrivance or any imitati...

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. — 4 April 1895

10 A COLONIZATION SCHEME. .. A Movement to Bring Settlers ; : : '•- .) Here From New Eng '.: '-f- ■'','. .'". . land. • /RESOURCES OF THE STATE. =;. An Exhibition to Be Made In Atlanta • . -:' . Showing Our Advan tages. ; . The State Board of Trade is about to undertake a work which promises great ••• results to. California in the way of settle - : ment of our unoccupied lands by a desir able class of people. To explain the mat • ter intelligently it is necessary to refer to a work originated in the Eas^ in the forma ' tion of a society composed of the leading • . clergymen of all denominations. • The society has. already done much work in corresponding with clergymen all over the country. Its object is to expose fraud • ulent land schemes and inform the people where they can secure homes and lucra ; tive work. Those wishing to migrate may . learn by applying to the society just what . to depend on in regard to the locality to :'•' which they expect to move and the condi ■' tion- of...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 April 1895

. * BUSINESS CHANCES*. • WE ; CAN^SELL^YOU OUT AT BhsbT~NO^ . VVtice: try US. PROLL, STENBERG & : CO., ." 873^ Market. '• ' ; , ' '. ■ " fI&QX A < .I. SALOON, TRANSFER POINT; • ttbOOU. big day and night trade; safe cash-regis- ter- " fixtures worth money asked ; moat sell: other ' business. PROLL & STENBERG, 873\^ Market. I"~^IRST-CLASS BILLIARD, CHESS ; CLUB and- reading parlors, European: style: >ii- • gantly furnished; finest wines, coffee, delicacies; • '-'.-parlors reserved for ladies. PROLL & STENBERG, : . 873 Vi Market St. . : ••I »,l BIG PAY INO CIGAR - STORE. • >_■> " '. PROLL A STENBERO. 873^ Market. -•' -•-- ° A TEST BARGAIN EVER OF- •'. «5 i *-'• fered: branch bakery and ■ notions; 3 liv- •'■' -ins-rooras with furniture; sacrifice account of de- ; ■ j^rtiire. PROLL A STENBERG, 873*& Market st. •; BAKERY: WESTERN ADDITION: STEADY ";P trade; clean $20 daily; full investigation ". aliened: safe investment. PROLL it STENBERG, S73Va Market st. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 April 1895

12 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Petroleum, Gasoline and Benzine again higher. Canned Fruits quiet. Coffee inactive. Nothing doing in Grain Bags. No further change in Coal. . Lumber as before. _ ■ . .7 Silver off a fraction. Wheat freights dull. ■ . Wheat easy and quiet. Barley and Oats slow. Corn weak. Bye dull. Mustard Seed weak. .■,"•'.■;• Bran and Middlings steady. . - Hay in good supply and easy. Straw continues scarce. • Good export demand for Flour, Beans quieted but steady. Increased Customs Collections. ' • Coal si' ' Onions and Potatoes weak,' . Butter demoralized. Cheese weakening. •>.'. >'■ BSgga steady. Vegetables in fair supply. Strawberries. in light receipt. Citrus Fruits quiet. Dried Fruits, dull. Puty taken off Foreign Currants. : . Nuts inactive. Poultry firm. Game quiet. Hops very quiet. Wool dull. Hides. advanced. Tallow weak. Hams, Bacon and Lard still DriSk. ' Honey slow and easy.'- ■ : " ■WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. United States Department of...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 April 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS. Daiton,the Suspected Assassin of Sheriff Bogard, Re leased. .. • MIGHT BE THE THIRD MAN. The Acme Club Will Put in a Crew. Death of an Eminent Phy sician. Dr. Albert G. Anthony, one of. the most prominent among the leaders of fraternal organizations in Oakland, died at his home, IS6I Eighth street, yesterday' morning. The doctor's health has been impaired for a long time, and his demise was not unex pected. The deceased was anative of Hat lield, Mass., and 50 years of age. Prior to the appointment of the present Boa.rd.of Health, Dr. Anthony was its president for two years. He leaves a widow and three children. . . •. The loss is especially deplored by the poor and needy, to whose service he was f ver ready to devote his time and skill without hope of reward. ■ • Davie Forces Another Cut. Mayor Davie has again inserted his knife under the fifth rib of the Southern Pacific Railroad Company.- and its agents were engaged yesterday in notifying business men of freig...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 April 1895

14 TO ASSIST THE FIESTA. Many Interior Points Propose to Join, the Big Ex cursion.' THEY ASK FOR INFORMATION. Letters of Instruction Arc Sent to the Various Town Com mittees. ". There should have been, according to ■the decision of the citizens' committee of the Half-million Club, a. delegation from : San Francisco in Sacramento last night. Too much business in the bands'.of the committee prevented, such a delegation making the trip. As a result the com mittee of citizens of Sacramento wired the Half-million Club that the mass meeting had been, postponed until to-night and requested that speakers be sent to address the public, of the capital city this evening. The committee on promotion of the Half: ' million Club was even unable to reply favorably to this request, so it is more than likely ■ that' Sacramento's mass -1 meeting will be-. just as enthusiastic from • the source of information supplied by its local delegates to the Half-million Club. ' ! Sacramento is .'not. alone, m it...

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