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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 13 April 1895

TROUBLES OF SAINTS Mormon Apostles and Joseph Smith's Last Revelation. ITS TRUTH IS DOUBTED. Dissatisfied Ones Argue That the Lord Would Not Use the Word "If." GREAT UNREST IS CAUSED. Now Come a Number of Elders Who Boldly Discourage Prophet Worship. KANSAS CITY, Mo., April 12. -The . . "saints"' in session at Independence are just now in a peck of trouble, lt appears that a lengthy revelation purporting to be from God was received by Joseph Smith a year ago, which made some important dis closures, and that the twelve, in a body, have not yet indorsed the revelation. Some ; . members of the twelve claim to have re ■ ceived testimony of God as to the truth of ' the revelation, but others cannot see it that -. way. The revelation in dispute says that the supposed vacancy in the presidency was • not a vacancy in the eyes of God. David • ' H. Smith, who was the third member of . ■ that body, is not dead, as has been sup •' posed by many of the council, but is insane and now confined in ...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 13 April 1895

4 OPPOSED BY RUSSIA. Objects to Japan Getting Any of the Asiatic Territory. MAY RESORT TO FORCE. Her Army and Navy Being Massed in the Far East for the Purpose. CLOUDS ON THE PEACE PLANS. Unless Terms Are Speedily Con cluded the Mikado's Men Will March to Peking. ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, April 2.— lt is stated on excellent authority that Russia has determined to make diplomatic oppo sition to the annexation by Japan of any portion of the Asiatic continent. The Russian army and navy in the far East are being re-enforced, with the view of sup porting this decision. The Russian Government has also re solved not to interfere in Armenia, in order to have a free hand in the far East. China, considering it impossible for her to accept the Japanese conditions of peace, is sounding Russia and other powers as to whether they will intervene. YOKOHAMA, Japan, April 12.— 1t is stated here on reliable authority that unless peace is concluded within the period of the armistice truce it will not be ...

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

•* The Great Home Remedy, J. V. S. Indorsed by the People of the Pacific Coast Doctors, Lawyers, Tinsmiths, Carpenters, Draymen, Women, Children and f_A_ J_ J_ «_J_L Men. «JOY'S What the Medical Fraternity Has to Say About Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla. HAS A. REPUTATION WIDE. So Says Dr. Strahan, and Bis Word 1 Cannot Be Doubted. Staying for a few daya la tbo city li Dr. J. 8. H. Strahan, one of the few men who hire made a name In tha medical world which la International la Its scope and a synonym for all that is honorable ,In Its admitted decency. Money— no matter how j large the amount could not Induce Dr. Strahan to allow his name to be used to support the merit . of any remedy If he had not coacluslvely proved Us merits, and It Is ' even doubtful If he would now allow his name to appear before the public bnt for the fact that In bis practice he has seen more than one wonder emanate from California. Dr. Strahan holds the position of consulting phy- sician to tbe Northampton Royal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 13 April 1895

6 __?»^_t<-_ir^ - CHARLES M. SHORTRIDdE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Js|@| DAILY CALL- 40 per year by mail; by carrier, 16c per ■» SUNDAY CALL— U.SO per year. * WEEKLY CALL— *l_O per year. The Eastern office of the SAX FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Khlne!ander Untlding, .Rose and Dunne streets, Xew York. SATURDAY APRIL 13, 18?5 He who defends Silurians opposes pros perity. . Whatever is done promptly is nearly always done well. The Silurian has an organ, but he makes a monkey grind it. : .:_ ; Keep your Lenten vow to-day and to morrow you may splurge. There is no danger now of China Basin being dropped and broken. Every cobblestone taken out of the way of progress counts a* a benefit. The incoming of the silver sea means a tide of prosperity for every: A subscription to the competing road is a good Easter offering for the State. Make your income tax returns under pro test and get ready to fight the iniquity. • Judging from t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 13 April 1895

-HTCBPAV APRIL 13,1895 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. I Th« weather to-day will be fair, probably j slightly cooler. Impressive services were held at the Russian Cat!. . ' last night. Seriator Stephen B. Elkins arrived yesterday and gave his views on national questions. The Good Friday services in the Catholic I churches were attended by immense congrega- Mm Settle A. Gunlock, national president of he Ladies. of the Grand Army of the Republic, is i; The. Interstate Commerce Commissioners will investigate- transcontinental freight rates at ifenver.'. .Fire Marshal Towe investigated the fire at 303 Broderick street and concluded it was in cendiary. At'the Sherith Israel Synagogue last;evening Dr. Jacob N'ieto discussed "Earnestness vs. En thusiasm." 'Police Officer Hauck, arrested for failure to pro-vide for his family, is released on his own • recognizance. Sliss Marie Burroughs has left the State with out receiving a divorce from her husband, Louis f, Massen. The motion of defendant for a nons...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 13 April 1895

8 The wheelmen are now looking lorwara Jo the great race meeting which will be held in San Jose next week. Record smashing is sure to result. A number of road races have been slated for to-day. Among the sportsmen the greatest interest is manifested in the live-bird and blue rock shoots which are held on Sundays at the Oakland track. Anglers have learned that good fishing will not result until next month, when the rivers and creeks will not contain too much water. There will be two coursing meetings in San Mateo County to-morrow. This afternoon the athletes of the Berke ley and Stanford universities will hold games at the Olympic grounds. THE WHEELMEN. All Eeady for the Great San Jose Meet on Friday and Satnrday. Club runs to-morrow — Acme Club Wheelmen, Oakland, run to Oak tiro Bay City Wheelmen, to Blythedale, 9 A. M.", Sausalito Ferry. California Cycling Club, club race at Oakland Park, * P. M. Imperial Cycling Club, to Camp Tay lor, 9 A. ML, Sausalito Ferry. Liberty Cycle Club, ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 13 April 1895

THE IRON QUIRT FIRST She Won the Six-Furlong Han dicap From a Good Lot. A REMARKABLE RACE MARE. The Talent on the Short End Again, Four Favorites Going Down. In turf annals Blitzen and Barnum are generally mentioned as the iron horses, and I certainly think the little California mare Quirt deserving of a place with these famous metallic equines of the racing world. Upon her arrival at the track early during the present meeting, after a most bruising campaign throughout the California circuit, often running two races a day, at distances ranging from half a mile to a mile and a quarter, the bald faced daughter of Joe Hooker was looked upon as a sort of badge horse or country fair "plater," and her owner, William Dixon, with difficuly secured a stall. But she commanded respect before the meeting had progressed very far, and in the speediest kind of company at that. Up to and in cluding yesterday's performance she has started in thirty-nve races and been inside of the money twenty-five ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 13 April 1895

10 LATEST OAKLAND NEWS Defaulter Lambert Will Be Released on Bonds This Morning. HE MAY PLEAD INSANITY. The Elks Will Erect a Monument to Their Dead— A New News paper. Walter Lambert, the defaulting Police Court clerk, was turned over by Chief of Police Schaffer to Sheriff White yesterday morning. From the time he was taken to the County Jail until the jail closed for the night he was visited by an almost con tinuous stream of people, who came to offer consolation or assistance. . '.y.g- Early in the day he said he would defend himself before the court, but later he changed his mind and sent for Attorney Fitzgerald, whom he employed to look after his case. Lambert's bonds were fixed at $3000 by Judge Greene at the time the in dictment "was brought in, and early yester day his friends were on- looking for some one to qualify in the amoOnt named. Only one had to be found, as his mother was ready at once to go on his bond. An other surety was found in John Breen, a cigar-dealer at 960 ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 13 April 1895

OAKLAND TO SAM JOSE. Plans for the Forty-Mile Boule vard Are Taking Shape. MASS -MEETING TO BE HELD.! .The Good Roads Association Asks the Co-operation of Citi zens. :..." The wheelmen and horsemen of Oakland as well as the . citizens of the town have . taken up the idea of a boulevard from Oak .'•: land to San Jose with a vim, and the mass ... meeting which has been called by the Ala • meda County Good Roads Association at . the Reliance Clubrooms on the evening of ' the 23d inst., will, doubtless, be largely at tended. Circular letters will be sent out to-day to I ' several hundred gentlemen who are known I . to be interested in the good roads question, j urgently requesting them to be on hand to give their views on the matter, and to lend their aid to a speedy consummation of the project. John A. Britton, chairman of the asso ciation, who is one of the most ardent ad vocates of the boulevard, has been doing : : considerable figuring on the probable cost of the driveway, and the b...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 13 April 1895

12 the: M gf^( JA L WORLDf SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Produce Exchange not in session. No foreign or Eastern quotations. Hay continues weak. Potatoes slowly weakening. Onions drag. Butter. Cheese and Eggs lower. • Market overstocked with Hens. Dried Apricots firmer. Nuts and Raisins unchanged. Vegetables in good request- Hides firm. Provisions fairly active. Hogs weaker. Beef and Mutton unchanged, Citrus Fruits as before." Apples In light supply. PRODUCE EXCHANGE HOLIDAY. Yesterday being Good Friday the Produce Ex change was closed, hence quotations for all produce dealt in on the Exchange are omitted. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. TjNiTrn States Department of Aoßrcuir tube. Weather Bureau, Saw Francisco, April 12, 5 p. Synopsis and general forecast: ■ The pressure is highest in Wyoming and lowest In Oregon and Arizona, with a slight trough-like depression extending through the Interior valleys of California. The skies are partly cloudy through out the coast States, but no rain has falleD. Co...

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

WAS MISLED Bl DUNN. Further .Developments in the Case of the Oakland Boat Suicide. WAS HER NAME FORSYTHE? The Man Was in Vallejo Last Night. He Has Quite a Record. There were new developments yesterday in the case of the girl who jumped off the Oakland ferry-boat into the bay, and left letters behind which showed that she was in a despairing frame of mind through having been betrayed by one C. W. Dunn. All the particulars as far as known con duce to place Dunn in a very bad light. Everything goes to show that Dunn has made an unenviable record for himself all along the Pacific Coast in the same role in which he figures in this case. The unfortunate victim left a number of letters, to which she had signed the name "Nettie Chase." That was not her name. Her right name, according to statements made by a number of persons who profess to be friends of the missing girl, was Mary Elizabeth Forsythe. They assert that she was frequently in the company of C. W. Dunn, whose right name is said ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 13 April 1895

14 ft BIG BOOK PURCHASE, Over 5000 Volumes to Be Added to the School Libraries. APPORTIONED TO ATTENDANCE, Report of the Number of Pupils and Attendance Up to Date. Superintendent Moulder of the Public Schools has issued a circular to the princi pals of all the public schools of the city, calling upon them to submit to him a list of such books as they may most desire for the libraries of the several schools. The fund at the disposal of the Superin tendent for the purchase of books is a little over $3500. With this he expects to pur chase about 5000 books. He has called for a report of the average attendance at the schools, and finds it to be a little over 35.000. He has, therefore, advised the principals to file their requisi tion based upon an average of 10 cents for every pupil in their respective schools. Another list of books is called for, based upon an average of 2 cents per pupil, the books to go into the teachers' reference li brary in the rooms of the Superintendent. The Su...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 13 April 1895

BUSINESS CHANCES. IW____T~_OC____n___--__t_ AND STA- -* tienery store; established 15 years; owner must leave town. Apply 841 "_ Fifth st. __P__T_l PARTNER WANTED IN FIRST- tjPUUUU. class gentlemen's furnishing goods business, connected" with merchant tailoring ; es- tablished for over 10 years; well located; one to supervise the tailoring department preferred. A_- dress G., box 147, Call Oflice: . TTtOR SALE-OLD-ESTABLISHED WBLXrPAJ- Jc ing corner grocery and saloon in the X\ est crn Addition; best of reasons for selling. Inquire of • LEVY ft CO., wholesale liquor dealers. 219 Grant avenue. : _ _»f7__n WHOLESALE COMMISSION I*ER- - _^ I OU. chant of good standing and reputation wantspartnerin his wholesale produce commission- house; controls large first-class trade from all parts of the Pacific Coast; established since 18.9; does an enormous business and season is just opening; offer Is grand opportunity for some active indus- trious man: must have help; will guarantee In- coming ma...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 13 April 1895

16 THE TERMINAL LEASE, Harbor Commissioners and Railroad Men in Conference. BUDD AND SUTRO THERE. The San Francisco and San Joaquin Valley Road's Stopping Place. DEFINITION OF FACILITIES. Amendments .to Preston's Lease. The Document to Be Signed Within Ten Days. Another step was made in the progress of the San Francisco and San Joaquin Val ley road yesterday, when the Harbor Com missioners submitted a draft, of the lease to the China Basin terminal. The docu ment is a modification of the paper sub- J. D. SPRECKELS. E. F. PRESTON. « E. L. COLNON. GOVERNOR BUDD. D.COLE. MAYOR SUTRO. F. S. CHADBOURNE. "LET US UNDERSTAND JUST WHAT IS MEANT B_ TERMINAL FACILITIES," SAID GOVERNOR BUDD. mitted by Attorney E. F. Preston. In it were incorporated the suggestions of the Governor. Mayor, Commissioners and ex- Attorney Stratton of the board. A com mittee has been appointed to confer with the representatives of the road on the amendments, and within ten days the lease will be signed. Governor. Bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 April 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.— NO. 125. PACIFIC COAST NEWS Three Years in Folsom for a Sacramento Bigamist. RUNAWAY BOYS IN JAIL, Alleged Slayers of Rancher Villa Arrested at San Luis Obispo. SELF-MURDER AT SEATTLE. Large Shipment of Oranges to the East— Port Costa Suicide Mys tery Cleared. SACRAMENTO, Cal., April 13.— John J. Clark, the self-confessed bigamist, was Bent to Folsom to-day to serve out a thres year sentence, the full limit of the law. Clark is the man who, while working as electrical engineer for the gas company in February of this year, courted and married a well-to-do young widow of this city, and afterward left her under pretense of having to settle up an estate in the East. His prolonged absence excited her suspicions. She began to inquire around, and finding that Clark had a wife in the East, swore out a warrant for his arrest. The officers who arrested Clark discov ered that the woman in the East was not the only wife he had, but that he had two others, all of whom were in bli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 April 1895

2 ARRESTED AT CARSON John T. Jones Charged With Looting- the Mint. EXTENT OF THE THEFT. Accused of Taking Bullion to the Value of Over $75,000. OTHER ARRESTS TO FOLLOW. One Man Has Turned State's Evi dence and Revealed the Names of Those Implicated. CARSON, Nev., AprU 13.— United States Marshal Humphreys walked into Bryson's saloon this afternoon and arrested John T. Jones on the charge of taking $77,000 from the United States mint. Jones went at once to his attorneys, and began to hunt bondsmen. Within an hour, H. M. Yering ton, ex-Governor Colcord, John Rosser and Leslie Bell appeared before Commis sioner Edwards, of the United States Dis trict Court, and gave bail in the sum of $25,000. The complaint upon which the warrant was issued was sworn to by N. R. Harris before United States Commissioner T. J. Edwards. It cEarges that on the 21st day of July, 1893, and at divers times between the 18th day of February, 1890, and the 11th day of February. 1895, John T. Jones took from the m...

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

AGAINST FREE SILVER Cleveland's Men Use No Disguise in Their Tactics. GROVERTO GIVE DETAILS Soon the President Will An swer Business Men of Chicago. CARLISLE TAKES A HAND. Members of the Cabinet to Join In the Campaign of Money " Education." WASHTNGTON, D. C, April 13.— The interest the administration takes in the campaign against the free silver movement is uhdisguised. The letter which Mr. Cleveland is preparing to send to the Chi cago business men, in rep!y to their invi tation to deliver an address upon the cur rency, is no less emphatic than he ad dressed to the Chamber of Commerce of Kew York early in 1892, although it is probable that h<- will go more into details and more explicitly state the reasons for his opposition to the free coinage of silver at 16 to 1. Secretary Carlisle will deliver two Speeches on the subject of the currency, but largely devoted to silver. He will probably speak once in Kentucky and once in Tennessee early in May. His Kentucky epeech may be deli...

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

4 ONLY ONE DAY MORE China Must Speedily Yield to the Demands of Japan. MONEY CLAIMS REDUCED, But It Would Seem There Is No Dodging the Ulti matum. ONE PARTY HOLDING OUT. The Ancient Hunans May Prolong the War in the Far East. SHANGHAI, China, April 13.-The Mercury to-day reports that the Japanese have presented an ultimatum to Viceroy Li Hung Chang, the Chinese peace com missioner, demanding that China acceptor refuse the terms offered by Japan no later than to-morrow. The paper adds that Japan has reduced her claim for a money indemnity by 100,000,000 yen, and is also satisfied with the cession of Shing King Peninsula, on which Port Arthur stands, and will not demand additional territory. It is reported that the peace party is will ing to accept these terms, but the Hunan party is holding out. "-■:' LONDON, Ex«.. April 13.— The Pall Mall Gazette this afternoon publishes a dispatch from Hiojro. Japan, which Bays advices from the Pescador Islands state that the Japanese forces are st...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 April 1895

AT THE RACE-TRACK The Rich Bay District Stakes Won by Mermaid in a Drive. FROM THE NERVA FILLY. The Top-Heavy Favorite, Gilead, Downed by Trix in the Handicap. The threatening weather had a very de pressing effect at the track yesterday, for about the smallest Saturday crowd of the .meeting was in attendance. The fields Were small, and with one exception bet ting on the different events was dull and spiritless. This one event that promised to be a horserace and caused speculators to unloosen was the Bay District stake, a han dicap for two-year-olds at six furlongs, worth $2050 to the winning horse. Naglee Burkes great colt Crescendo, weighted with 132 pounds, was scratched, leaving his stable companion, Con Moto, to do battle for the rich prize, carrying 112 pounds. • It was a very open betting affair, the Kerva filly reigning slight favorite at post time with threes about her. Mermaid, Con Moto and Key del Bandidos were next in demand, with 4 to 1 against their chances. "William Pi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 14 April 1895

6 STRUCK DOWN IN THE SHADOW OF THE ALTAR Minnie Williams Mur dered in Emmanuel Church. HACKED WITH A KNITE. Suspicion Falls on Theodore Durrant, a Medical Student. £E IS SOUGHT FOR IN VAIN. The Missing Man Seen With Her Saturday Night— He and She Knew Blanche Lamont. One of the most atrocious murders ever committed in San Francisco was brought to light yesterday in the Baptist church on Bartlett street, between Twenty-second and Twenty-third. William Herman Nolt and two or three of the Bunday-school srirls were the lirst to make the horrible discov ery. They found nothing to arouse their suspicions until they reached a small room off the library. Entering it they found lying on its back, MINNIE WILLIAMS, THE MURDERED GIRL. [From a photograph.] covered with blood and •with clothing dis arranged, the body of a girl. She had been stabbed in several places. Her right hand was almost cut off and there was a horrible gash on the forehead. Some of the cloth ing had been torn from the body,...

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