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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 April 1895

volume LXXYtI^-NO. 116., THE PACIFIC COAST. A Preacher's Plea for the Robber of the Ontario Bank. SUICIDE At SPOKANE. Seven Chinese Arrive at Port Townsend With Bogus Cer tificates. AN OREGON SWINDLING CASE. The Southern. Pacific Pursuing its V : Operations fn San Mateb County . ' ;=; to Block the Valley tine;' . - SAN. BERNATIPiNV*. CXI,, April 4.— . There. : was a remarkable " episode in • the jurisprudence of tin.- county this afternoon . in. Department :2. of. the _ Superior Court, : wher. a well-known of the3ospel ■ appeared before the bar, asking clemency fora prisoner. : cofifessedly guilty of a great crime. ' Nor did "the incident lose in ■ interest when,; as a- result, the clemency : 'wasgranted.-. . '. "•■ ■;■•.' • . ■ -.it; was sentence.. tla'y .for Charles B. • Barnes, who, on November 4 last, with an ••"accomplice, robbed the Htafe Bank of On :. tario. : The two entered the : bank at . 10:30, /locked the cashier -.in '.the vault, beat a .customer who had: entered . into...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 April 1895

2 that the silverware found on the bandit an swers the description of a card which he received from San Jose some time during the latter part of March. The card stated that it was stolen from the house of E. A. Auzerais, and as all the silverware and napkins have tne initial A. there is no doubt that the goods were stolen from the Auzeraiß.home on March 10 last. The inquest on the body of the dead desperado was held last night, Coroner Gordon coming from Gonzales for that purpose. Harry Bishop, the dead man's companion, and the two tramps who occu pied the same boxcar in which the robber was killed, were brought before the jury to testify. Bishop told this story : "I am a native of Wisconsin, and came to California about six months ago. I stopped at Yreka, Redding, Sacramento, Stockton and other places. At Alhambra I met Charlie and traveled with him to Los Angeles. We passed through Salinas • together several weeks ago and went to Santa Cruz, where we remained for a few days. "Then...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 April 1895

SHOT THE MESSENGER A Rock Island Train Held Up at Dover, Oklahoma. THE CONDUCTOR ROBBED. The Express Safe Could Not Be Opened, but Its Keeper Badly Wounded. PASSENGERS' EFFECTS TAKEN. The Gang Supposed to Be Under the Leadership of the Out- Jaw Dick Yeager. HENNESSEY, Okla., April 4. — Two robbers boarded -the engine as the Rock • Island train was leaving Dover at 11:30 last '• night, and, covering the engineer and fire man with revolvers, ordered- them to stop : about 200 yards from the water-tank. The engineer was a little excited, and went about a fourth of a' mile before stopping. One robber fired at him, just missing him, the ball going through.the cab window. I: Conductor John. Mack, not having heard the shot, started ;to find out what was wrong, arid was covered, as he approached the engine, and told to climb' into the en • gine. They robbed him and were then •joined by others, who .had come up to the . • train, • ■" ' •*„ ••••■. A demand was made for Express Mes senger Jones...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 April 1895

4 PREPARING FOR WAR. Spain Is Mobilizing Her Troops for Trouble ; in Cuba. TWO GRAND DIVISIONS. Four Thousand Men Are Al ready in the Field for Active Service. STRINGENT RULES IN FORCE. The Brush Will Be Beaten Until Every Insurgent on the Island Is Taken. HAT ANA, Cuba, April 4.— At daybreak this morning a battalion of Spanish troops marched out from the fortress of Cabana, which lies westward on the hills above Metro. Castle. They were led to the railway, frorff which trains travel south across the island to "Battabanas. It is at that port that the Government troops are being for warded' ro the eastern districts of Cuba, and jtb*n the battalion en route shall have reached Santiago de Cuba . all the troops newly arrived from Spain will have been mobilized at that point. When all are there there will be a grand review and then. : the .hunt for the insurgents will .', begin. : Meanwhile the organization of the treopsby commands is.beingeffected. There will be two grand divisions and ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 April 1895

OUTPLAYED THE CAVALRY. Burlingame Wins the First Match in the Polo Tour nament; TOO FAST POR THE VISITORS. The Officers Were Not Accustomed to Playing on Smooth Ground. A strottg zephyr^ with an Arctic chill swept over the polo grounds at Burlingame yesterday afternoon. While it was de cidedly refreshing' to the heated riders and foaming ponies, it had anything but a com forting effect upon those who had assem- FLAYERS OF OPPOSITION TEAMS MAKING A HOT PLAY FOR POSSESSION OF THE BALL. : : . .'" . •;.-..- . . . [Sketched by a "Call" artist.] bled to witness the tournament. If society wakes up this morning with a fashionable cold, it will therefore readily comprehend some -of the attending dangers of the new game. . •=: •'"_• •''■: ' ' ■ ".•■.' The attendance was rather small, and was mainly composed of the smart set. There wefe four coaches and a number of traps on the grounds, while the innocent looting country folk Jooked over the fence and wondered at this seemingly new Eng lish in...

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. — 5 April 1895

6 • . •.;• f -- ; : , • ■•. ■•".-.■■.."..•■ ' : '.■•■■. ..'•■•■; ■.-.:-; : -,J^>- '<Jjs%XLf^j&fttiSco. '■" "-'.•'• '. : ."" CHARLES flip SHORTRIDQE, : : -'. •". Editor and Proprietor. ■' ; • SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— 46 per year by mail ; by carrier, ISC ' pcr -week. - . • '• ' " Sl">r>AY CALL— »I.SO per year. . . ■ WEEKLY CALL— »I.SO per rear- ■ I The Eastern office, of the SAX FRANCISCO CALL (Dally. aDd Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, lihinela'nder building, Rose and • Duane streets, Xew York. . ■ ' •_ \ FRIDAY.....! APRIL 5, 1895 • "Where are the reformers? "' The octopus is hauling in its tentacles and taking to the mud. ..' It looks as if the monopoly had begun a • deathbed- repentance. . . • „ The. lottery ticket is- big enough to write - a sermon on that will draw. • . ! • The paving ordinance .as a job • is even • ■worse than the cobblestones. ' ' The ring may be made- of triple brass and steel, but. the people can break it. . • • " The Gra...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 April 1895

I'kibay"..-.;:.:!,.-.-:.... .yl.'- ■!.... aprij. 5, IB9fr CITY NEWS IN BKIEF. .. Fair weather may be expected to-flay. Mr: Banickman is requested to send to this office for his manuscript. ■ The performers who will appear at the water carnival have been engaged. ' The international Association of Car Ac countants starts for this city to-day. The WasFerman-Slosscase- was continued to . next Monday in Judge Trcmtt's court. - The Half-million Club, returned thanks to the Butchers' Board of Trade for its check of ■ $250. Excursions direct from New York, Phila delphia* and Chicago will be run after the Half million- trip. ■ . Initial steps to profit by the firemen's relief . bill were taken by the Exempt Fire Com pany last evening. •' Two fishermen were rescued from drowning yesterday afternoon, below the Cliff House, by the steamer Gipsy. Ex-City Surveyor Fitzhugh has sued Edward M alley for $1250 for surveying and engineer ing work on Mission road. Suit was commenced by C. A. Spreckels...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 April 1895

8 A RIVAL IN THE FIELD. Competition Is to Be Started Against the Bell Monopoly. A WAR OF RATES PROMISED. Georgre Crocker of This City and Other Millionaires Are ■ • Interested. The keynote of competition has appar ently been struck in the telephone busi ness, and if all statements in the matter are true the monopoly which has con trolled the "hollo" business for so many years in the interests of the Bell company is a thing of the past. A new company has been formed, and according to all accounts it will cut a wide swa f h in the field wherein it is interested. The news of the formation of a rival tele phone comj. any came from Chicago, and it was said that the company would be backed by $1(30,000,000 of capital. Among those ihte-re<-ted in it were mentioned the Parrot company of New York, the Stand ard Oil Company, John E. Searles. the PiHsbu-rys of Minnesota, James S. Clark son of isew York and George Crocker of this city. , The latter takes a keen interest in the. proposed vent...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 April 1895

IT PAID TO BACK HER ■ '• Ridden . by a Stable-Boy, Mari • ■'-•"•. Etta Won at Odds of 100 to 1. -'•■■•.. ■ • • , RACING FULL OF SUBPRISES. ./With One Exception the Winners -■'■•:■• ' ■ Were Quoted at Long ;.'. Prices. ■ ' When I incidentally mentioned in : .^Thursday's paper that lightning seldom 'V. struck twice in the same place, after six i; .avorites had swept the board at the track .••■Wednesday, the thought never entered my ."•'mind that I was predicting a day of dis '. faster for the talent when I stated there •. .was a possibility of the favorites having a . rough time yesterday. They had it, and •;. did the talent. ."• It was a day's racing replete with hard -./• luck stories; accidents, incidents and rides ; that are food for thought. ;•'. To cap the climax Marietta, a 100 to 1 •'/shot, ridden by a : young boy named Shep .-ard who did not know a hobby-horse from './•a racehorse one month ago, won the third . Tace by a head ;fjom the favorite, Rear ; .' ; G.u.ard, Marietta ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 April 1895

10 AMONG THE COAST MINES. From Many Localities Come ; Most Encouraging Re ports. OLD CLAIMS ARE REOPENED. In Several of the California Districts Rich Strikes Cause Much Excitement. If- silver will only keep on going up for a while longer a number of mines now idle will be again started. ■ Attention is being again turned to the possibilities of mining in the bed of the Colorado River. Gypsum has been found in the Marys ville Buttes and the owners are building . ; great hopes of profit from it. There is plenty of it in Fresno and Los Angeles counties, but mining has been stopped on the deposits for two years or more because • the few thousand tons used in California annually is more cheaply brought by sea .from Mexican territory. .'■ The mining deal at Candelaria, Nev., if . fully carried out is expected to greatly en • liven that camp and put several hundred .; men at work. Some encouraging strikes have been . made in the Orleans mine, Nevada County. A mill has been ordered for the D...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 April 1895

.. ■! BUS/NESS CHANCES. !o«tK^u^l^^tleTp^tlv_i^c!l^ars j sp^ZDsls weekly. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery. •' "r* BOCERY. FRUIT AND CANDY BUSINESS: j . " : Vir only $200. SPECKS, 30 Montgomery st. ! GSTORE, NEAR CITY HALL; CLEARS XJ $200; .52500. SPECK'S, 80 Montgomery st. : . /MOFFEE SALOON (FIRST CLASS) POSI- ; V^ iivelv clearing $200 over expenses: very reason- •.-blcVgobd reasons. SPECK'S, 30 Mongomery st. '• /AOFT'EE-S4LOON NEAR LICK: CLEARS ' K;j 8J00; $26«0. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery St. ' •• rMGARBrsiNK-SS (MONTGOMERY): SWELL ": l^ i ccc : offer wanted. SPECK'S. 30 Montgomery. '■- ' WIfCAN~SELL YOU OUT AT SHORT NO- V> uce; try us. PROLL, STENBERG & CO., :\ : te'73i,_ Market. ' - ; w' IrA PAYING COFFEE AND TEA " ■•■»M«H/. route: horse, wagon, buggy, 200 cus- =" . totnrrs; sacrifice. PROLL _ STENBERG. 8731/2 : '^riirkGt st. " • " \t\ roR 3ALETHIB WEEK— POPULAR ' ,'.t>r;l'. corner cigar-store; will sell at invoice; '■ ■ lixtims worth the money; value in sight. PROEL '.A *TKNBKIK4...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 April 1895

12 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Silver continues. to fall. Shipment of. $'228,175 to China. "Wheat futures higher. BaTley futures steadier. Oats, Corn and Rye quiet. Hay very weak. No variation in Beans. Stocks of Dried Fniit moderate. Cajiiied Salmon well held. Fnif call -for Canned Fruit. Potatoes and Onions weak. Butter in.oversupply. Eggs, steady and unchanged. Turkeys higher. Game quiet. All Fruits as before. Asparagus, Rhubarb and Green Teas advanced. 11 :tms, Bacoji and Lard firm. Increase in Exports, larger Revenue Collections. Decreased shipment of Specie. • Gold Coin circulation increased. "WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. T'nitfu States Department oir Asricolt .TOT?. : WpATiKKR BUBEAC. SAN Francisco, ■April A; 5 p. m.— Synopsis and general forecast: . .The' pressure is highest on the Northern Califor •niii and :he Oregon -coasts and is lowest in the Da •koias and Minnespta. witha trough-like depression •'extending' southward into 'Arizona. There is a ! nrarKed . bar...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 April 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS Uncertainty as to Which Board of Public Works Will Hold Office. BAR ASSOCIATION REVIVAL Lincoln's Birthday Celebration and Planting of the Liberty Tree. • In view of the uncertainty as to whether • the new or the old Board of * Public Works : will be sustained by the courts the political : atmosphere of Oakland is full of mist. The '" new board is virtually in possession, their . predecessors having vacated office without any apparent struggle, but with the tacit = understanding that until the matter is ad •- judicated in the courts things are to re ". main in statu quo. .- It is expected that a decision will be had ■ from the Superior Court sitting in bank '. within the next ten days. The decision, however, will hardly settle the question, .' for the matter is such a momentous one. '.involving as it does the expenditures for Police and Fire departments, street con tracts, etc., that nothing short of a decision by the Supreme Court will be accepted as the final r...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 April 1895

14 THAT BITUMEN ORDINANCE Mayor Sutro Will Listen to I Parties Interested This Morning. ALL SIDES WILL BE HEARD. Owners of the Rock Still Filing Pro- j tests Against Granting the Monopoly. Mayor Sutro decided yesterday to fix a time for a formal hearing in the matter of the bituminous rock monopoly ordinance j and sent out notices to all parties inter ested to appear at his office at 10 o'clock this morning to state their case. !The matter has excited the liveliest in terest not only among bituminous-rock producers but among contractors, and it is likely that the hearing will attract a L goodly number of them. Contractors as well as the bituminous- j rock men are crying for a fair held and no \ other favor, but they do not want to be j Tinder the thumb of any one concern when | bidding. To-be sure, if the monopoly ordinance j . becomes law, then those Supervisors who are responsible for it would be bound to make proper allowances for the figures that the monopoly might demand, so th...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 April 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.— NO. 117. PACIFIC COAST NEWS Train Wreck in Nevada Caused by Cattle in Transit. BURGLARY AT BENICIA Convention of Disciples of the Church of Latter-Day Saints. WOMEN 'HULE IS FLORENCE. An Oregon Town Elects a Female City Council, Recorder, and Even a Female Police Force. CARSON, Nev.. April s.— Brakeman Charles Nolan was killed ;md several other trainbands in jured in the wreck of a mixed train near Wabu.-ka on the Carson and Colorado Railroad this afternoon. Passenger train No. 2, with several cars of cattle attached, was en route to Mound '•Holise to connect with the Virginia and Trurkre Railroad. At a point three miles wi of Wabu«kft the cattle in one of the ■cars -became frightened and rusjhed to one side of the car causing it to turn over, thus derailing the rest of the train. Nolan was caught between two cars and killed and several other trainmen were severely bruised by being thrown from the train. Two dozen head of cattle were "killed. The damage to rolling st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 April 1895

2 M C3_ Now Is the Time for Attention to Ycur Physical Condition. y^s^]wip*u\ Your Blood Must Be Made Pure, Or in Future You Must Pay the £*&i3p3%£-:.- . **. Spring is emphatically the season when j^^^^^^^^fe: ; : a good blood purifying medicine should be «ff|E"' < lßftiw' s Fir.^t -The need of such a medicine is v^^^^^^^^-^^ .*' '^P^ \L ■ more im]>erative at this season than at VillMlSrSflfiP-; ' ' %&£L \ ;: any other. During the winter the blood ' .4^^ V becomes loaded with impurities and is \^aߧ^p^ffl^i^-' J&*Mfcl'/d U robbed of its vitality. These impurities jffijfff : >^^'^^^ !^!^.\^ { must be expelled and new vitality given, --/■■• r - if- good health is to be expected through lx& i;-J :; •_ ..Second— The system is more susceptible s^^^P^V^^^^^iv^^^///)l) .-■ to the benefit to be derived from a good IwS^S^^^^^^^ I t\ffl£*fl*<i'' £> „ ' inedicine at this time than at any other. A^nagffljy^^^JWi^AJlP^it^r ■;. _■•• -.'lt is a time when the body is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 April 1895

SANTA ROSA FETE. Active Preparation for the Second Annual Festival. THE CARNIVAL OF ROSES. Public -Spirited People Are Working Hard to Assure Its Success. ROSES WILL BE EVERYWHERE. Interesting Events That Will Hap pen After the Fair Queen Flora's Arrival. SANTA ROSA, Cal., April s.— The Rose Carnival Association is actively engaged in making preparations for the festivities of May B, 9 and 10 in this city. Its mem- C. 0. DUNBAR. A. R. HARDTN. ORANT 0. RICHARDS. THREE PROMINENT MEMBERS OF THE ROSE CARNIVAL ASSO CIATION. [From photographs.] bers meet daily, and whether in offices or on the streets, the burden of their dis course is "carnival." A. EL Hardin, son of Major Hardin. the cattleman, is president of the association, C. 0. Dunbar the secretary, and the board of directors has been appointed on com mittees as follows: Mrs. L. W. Burns, col lection of flowers; Mrs. W. A. Finley, J. W. Oates, reception and entertainment; Mrs. M. Doyle, Miss Addie Elliott, interior decorations and ...

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

4 FAVO RS HER FREEDOM Senator Call Speaks in the Cause of Cuba. ALL FOR INDEPENDENCE. Residents of the Island Should Throw Off the Yoke of Spain. THEIR BUEDENS TOO HEAVY. Paying: a Tribute to an Army Which Will Now Be Brought to Crush Them. WASHINGTON, D. C v April s.—Speak ing of the mass-meeting held in Jackson ville last night and the resolutions adopted, Senator Call of Florida said : •■.l have frequently introduced in the Senate resolutions requesting the Presi dent of the United States to open negotia tion. with Spain looking to the inde . pendence of Cuba on the basis of an issue ! of bonds from Spain to Cuba as compensa tion, these bonds to be guaranteed to any reasonable extent by the United States. ! ; Secondly, I have called the attention of the State Department to the condition of affairs in Cuba and urged legislation in line with the resolutions referred to and ■shall recommend these resolutions when ever opportunity offers. . •'At present the Cubans have not estab lish...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 6 April 1895

A BRANCH IN THE SOUTH. Los Angeles Is to Have a Sub- Association of Manufac turers. ASSISTANCE IS TO BE GRANTED. Changes to Be Made In the By- Laws of the State Organ ization. The by-laws of the Manufacturers' and . Producers' Association of San Francisco • do not meet the requirements of the organ .: iz&tion. This fact was demonstrated at the ' meeting of the board of directors yesterday • .afternoon, and as a result a committee, . ..consisting -of McGlynn, Saroni, Sproule, •" -.Me.3d and Currier, was named by Chair . man Scott to revise them and report at a ; subsequent meeting of the board. ■ The committee will meet on Tuesday to commence its work. .. The' discovery of the lack of system was ': made when Treasurer Sbarboro asked the • chair upon whose order or in what manner ; he. should pay out the funds of the organi sation. ' ■ .'. This subject brought the by-laws adopted " at the convention into demand. Every ( ■member of the board had a copy in his' .hand as soon as Mr. ...

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

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— per year by moil ; b7 carrier, 15c week. .- .. SUNDAY CALL— per year. WEEKLY CALL— ♦I.6O per year. j- -„ Tho Eastern office of the SAX FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Rhinelander building, Rose and Duan'e streets, New York. SATURDAY. APRIL ,6, 1895 Pledges are rolling in. Big business waits the competing road. Fresno's enterprise has an electric touch •■on it. Anything that mends a monopoly will end it. There are snags in the way, but progress keeps moving. The opportunity for the Grand Jury is still open and unoccupied. Republican victories give a political guar antee to the business revival. Bonds won't be half so heavy on pos terity as a heritage of cobblestones. Drop a pledge in the slot and see the wheels of the Valley road go round. Putting a veto on the street-paving job is the best way to cap that particular climax. Perhaps the cunning Oscar Wilde brought hi...

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