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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 March 1895

- WAMTBP-Coni innea. Yencp'-n^H AX " VVI 1 < HFOUR YEARS' EXPERI- J- ence in Mrs; -class custom coats, can cut Mitch- rtro - stem, ant position: city or country. Ad- dress M. S., box 91, Call Branch Office. .^ ■ WANTED— POSITION BY MAX AND WIFE 1 h ,;t s C M ks '",','- ; ; : ' !anch or Prtvate family. Ap- PiJ 01 . . Perrj -1.. city. cobeb; reliable YOUNG MAX, WITH 0 experience in care of horses and driving, wants ■oj Kind of work; wages $20 and found- refer- Address L. M.^box^Calf Branch. * ' W ANTFD-rOSITION AS GARDENER BY a' 11 man wjio understands his business: landscape .•r greenhouse work. Address J. W. 8., Wood- ward's Gardens, 1740 Mission st. «-.wood- "CITUATIOX WANTED BY A GERMAN AND Owife, without -children, on private place: man to take care of horses, garden and cow, careful rfKS'w^it-^r.ifS o^ or second work. Address J. j'K^i ■: .'.M'r.N. Ik>x ISO, Nan, I 'a l . T™ l^.^ MEI^P WANTED. j. \ .-H\nM:,i!!, : i !K; , *„n' ' ' '.' i.'V- s nousowork girls, city and countr...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 March 1895

12 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Silver unchanged. Wheat futures easy.. Barley very dull. Oats 21/ i" higher. Corn and Bye quiet. Hay weak. Beans unchanged. Bran firm. $»eeds weak. Rice sells actively. Canned Fruits sell freely. Raisins cheap and slow. Dried Fruit fairly active, but easy. Beef firm. Mutton steady. Pork weak. Hops neglected. Hides. Tallow and Wool dull. Provisions unchanged. Apples in reduced supply. Oranges. Lemons and Limes firm. Large arrivals of Potatoes. Onions steady. Butter off again. Cheese in good supply. Cheap Eggs being bought up. Poultry higher ami scarce. Game firm. Honey very slow. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. Unitkd States Department OF Aoricul ti'ki. Wkather Bureait. San Francisco, March 8. 5 p. m.—The pressure is highest over Southern Idaho, while a trough-like depression ex tends from Vuma northward through the interior of California into Oregon. This trough-like de pression has deepened somewhat since yesterday, and the indraft of air from...

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

AUTHOR OF "A MODERN HEATHEN." The Famous Southern Novelist Mrs. E. Burke Collins, Tells of Her Complete Recovery from Nervous De= bility by the Use of Paine's Celery Compound. The London Graphic, in its recent sum- ming up of the half dozen successful nov- els of the year, includes withDu Manner's "Trilby,"' Hall Caine's "Manxman," Conan Doyle's "Sherlock Holmes," "The Heav- enly Twins,"' and "Ships That Pass in the Night," Mrs. E. Burke Collins' "A Modern Heathen." Speaking of this last work of our distin- guished Southern author, the Graphic says: "What George W. Cable's writings are to the Creoles of New Orleans, Miss- Murfree ! to the rough strata of humanity among the Tennessee mountains, and Gertrude Atherton to California, Mrs. E. Burke Col- lins' are to the Aeadians of the Louisiana Pine Lands. In her latest work Mrs. Col- lins has struck a new vein in literature, opening to thejnovel-reading world a vision of the real life of the Aeadians of the backwoods, among the wild, s...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 9 March 1895

14 BEGGARS MUST KEEP OFF THE STREETS. Mayor Sutro Says They Should Be Taken Care Of at Once, they are violators of law, but the Police Have Grown Tired. THE ALMSHOUSE IS CROWDED. The Law Demands Licenses, but Licenses Have Not Been Secured. THE LAW IS STRONG AND CLEAR. Mayor Sutro and Chief Crow/ey Know That It Is Their Duty to Suppress Mendicancy. Section 29 of the general orders of the Board of Supervisors, entitled "To prohibit street-begging and to restrain certain persons from- appearing in streets and public places, reads'' as follows : y» person shall, either directly or indirectly, whether by look, word, sign or deed practice begging or mendicancy in or on any of the streets, highways or thoroughfares Of the city and county of San J-'rancisco, «<>»• in any public place. On the conviction of any person for practicing mendicancy or begging, if it shall appear that such person is without means of support and infirm and physically una ble to earn a support and livelihood, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 10 March 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.-NO. 90. NEWS OF THE COAST. Man-Hunters Hot on the Trail of the Train- Robbers. FINDING OF MANY CLEWS. The Bandits Fled From the Scene of the Hold-Up in a Cart. THEY MAY GO TO SACRAMENTO. A Farmer Tells of Two Men Who Stole Horses and Who May Be the Men Wanted. Sacramento, March 9. — Superintendent J. B. Wright of the Southern Pacific Rail road has received word from tne officers ■who have been engaged all day in the pur suit of the men who attempted to rob the overland train last night, that the robbers are heading for Sacramento, with indica tions that they will arrive in the city before morning. At daylight this morning those of the officers who had gathered at Castle Bwiteh, the locality where the robbers first made their appearance to the trainhands last night, bo^an a systematic search along both sides of the railroad in the direction of Lodi. Within a mile of the latter place they discovered where a horse and cart had been left standing for evidently several hou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 10 March 1895

2 wp.ymire, Weyse, Wilkinson, Zotchi. Speaker Lynch— s4. Absent— Ash, Bachman, TJarker, Booth by Buthr. Coleman, Collins, Dinkelsplel, Free mnn, Httfield, Jones, Keen, Kelmy, Lewis, Llewellyn, McKelvey. Osborn, Richards, San lord, Staley, nbbitts, Tomblin, Twigg— 23. When the bill was reached on the file Reid of Trinity shouted as even before the title had been read : "Now, Mr. Speaker, 1 move that Senate bill 709 be passed on the file." This would have delayed its considera tion until Monday, but Reid's intent was too palpable. "I object," s:iid Laugenour of Yolo, and a dozen voices echoed the objection. Still Reid would not down. He. declared that the bi!l had not been returned from t.i printer and that he wanted to know n here it was. "There was no second to your motion," said the chair, who had overlooked Reid's motion. "But there was. Butler seconded my motion." "Yes, I seconded the motion," said the Sacramentan, and the chair put the ques tion to the House. "1 hope this motion...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 10 March 1895

INFLUENZA IN BERLIN The Duchess of Sagan a Victim of the Disease. MANY PEOPLE STRICKEN. The Epidemic Seriously Inter feres With the Business of the Law Courts. OPPOSING GRAIN MONOPOLY. Emperor William Strongly Resents the Attitude of Agrarians In the Matter. Berlin. March 9.— The Duchess of Sagan, mother of the wife of the German Embassador at Washington, died of in fluenza to-day. The disease is still epi demic here. The Duke of Sagan is only just recovering from an attack of the same disease. Emperor William's eldest sister, the Princess ot Saxe-Meiningen, is improv ing. Two Berlin Judges, "Wilier and Hoff man, have died from the effects of in fluenza. The epidemic is seriously inter fering with the business of the law courts, and in several public schools, owing to the sickness of su many teachers and pupils, ■whole classes have been suspended. In the whole of Germany last week Xurem burg had the doubtful honor of heading the influenza statistics with the biggest sick list, with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 10 March 1895

4 LEFT IN THE DARK. Lights Turned Out at the London Chess Tournament. THE GAME WAS A DRAW. Simultaneous Plays Were Made on Tables Arranged for the Spectators. THE TEAMS WELL MATCHED. Three Rousing Cheers Were Given for the Manhattan Chess Club of New York. Lokdoit, March 9. -A large number of « ■ tnbled to-day in the ria Hall, mi the second flour of the 1 ..n Restaurant, which was tastefully ated with white and gold. It was the liall in which the famous interna tional tournament in l^". was played. At 3:25 !•. m. Lasker, the referee, drew for the moye, and after the names of the players were exchanged it was the opinion of all that the :e;im^ were well matched. The players sal down at separate tables, being roped off from the public, but along the middle of the hall a table with ten chessboards was placed so as to give the .! chance to see the progress of i games. On these boards the moves eously with those on the boards of the] layers. Here was where the spectators congregated, and...

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

THE VALLEY ROAD LOOKING FOR A FOOTHOLD ON THE WATER FRONT. San Francisco has not much to offer the Valley Kailroad when terminal facilities on The water front are brought into dis cussion. The different basins south of Market street are about all that may be considered, so far as location and area are concerned. Even these are hemmed in by the property lines and the sidetracks of the Southern Pacific Company. The most interesting topic of conversa tion on the streets yesterday was the move of the valley road to secure legislative per mission to occupy lands on the water front for terminal purposes. The total area of the lots, 1 to 16, north of Market street, which the bill proposes to give the Harbor Commissioners power to lease for a term of twenty-five years, is a little ovrr thirteen acres. They lie along the front from Drumm street to Powell. The only pieces of property controlled by the Harbor Commission, except the lots along the front which are of too small area to be the obj...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 10 March 1895

6 CITIZENS WHO OBJECT TO THE RACETRACK. :- : : - ' . HI - :ted. h Cozy j ■ i ■ ■ ■ ■ •■ ■ - - - - luti T-IAG2AiI SEOWIX3 HOW THE BAT DISTRICT I2ACK OBSTBTJCT3 THE STE.EETS. - iai map of the eH - - ■ Ai one of the members of their Imorove rjr;«rrit Association put it yesterday: "It is bj aritation that oar district hasbe*n built rp and receive such benefits as we now enjoy." There are two improvement clubs in the district, the zzrmbtrr of which are rnainlv property-owner-, not only from the north fAt of i'oLr;t Lobos a-->nne. but from that >ection which lie s :-o-xard the park. Both organizations have been in existence for rtars and have accomplished much in. the way of improvements. .Streets have'fceen ci-ened up. macadamized and curbed as far a.* it W3.» poi«:b;e for the thoroughfares \q go. Hundreds of villa", cottages, a; weil a* pretentious residences, have been erected in the section where not many years ago there was nothing but roiling hills of «.and, covered with purpl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 10 March 1895

' lx " A Y MARCH 10, 1895 LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF Fair weather to-day. Fresh westerly winds to-day. Weather forecast for to-dav san Francisco and vicinity: Gen erauy tair: nearly stationary tem perature; fresh westerly winds n£b£dis£ > Ihiscit >' dUring the past week The lighthouse tender Madrono leaves for the south to-morrow. Postmaster McCoppin has established a postal station at Ocean View. *»«-««. The Alaska improvement Company has just completed a new launch. The funeral of Patrick Slevin, ex-captain of police, took place yesterday. „\l: ! :,^ r 1 ian Catholics will dedicate St.'An thony s Church this morning. The United States gunboat Bennington is on •• r way to ban Francisco from Acapulco. The Knights of St. Patrick will have their annual banquet at Delmonico'a on the 17th inst. JL surveying parties for the valley road will probably be in the field by the first of next month. Rev J. Q. A. Henry was given a farewell re ception at California Hall last night by his friends. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 10 March 1895

8 PUBLICATION OFFICE: r.2f. Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock r. M. BRANCH OFFICES— Market street, near Kearny. open until 12 o'clock midnight ; 339 Hares street, open until 0:30 o'clock ; 717 Larkin street. open until 9:30 o'clock ; SW. corner Sixteenth and Minion streets, open until 9 o'clock ; 2518 M ifsion street, open until !i o'clock ; and 118 Ninth street, open until f»:£0 o'clock. For Birth*, '.Marriage* and Deaths see Page 10. CHt'KCU NOTICES. ~^ J»--S=> I I Its T ( < i.N( ntEGATlo^^irT^HUßCffi Ci-^ corner Post and Mason sts.— Rev. C. O. Brown, D.D., pastor, will preach at the morning service at 11 o'clock. In the evening service at 7:30 o'clock General O. O. Howard will speak. Sunday-school at 12:45, I. H. Morse superinten- dent. Mrs. Cooper's Bible class in the audi- torium. General O. O. Howard's Bible class in pastor's office. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:30 r. m. in lecture-room. All are cordially invited, especially strangers. EMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH, U...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 10 March 1895

CITY UK \ I ESTATE. ' ' H. UMBSEX <£. CO.. Vr. BEAIi ESTATE AGENTS, RENT COLLECTORS I AND AUCTIONEERS, 11 Montgomery st., San Francisco. Call auJ obtain one of our "Real Estate Records," I which contain a list of properties lor sale in all }>:irtsor tin city. I IMPROVED PROPERTY. s;\|||W 10 CORNER, 56x87:8 FEET, ON 2 ' '"'■'' ' • principal streets north of and only m few Works from Market St.: lodging-house and Morps and 3 story house; well rented. <"Ul 000 OXE S BT.-EIS»ANT LOCA- O*»"-' n " • lion for hotel or clubhouse: ele- I p.mt mansion of 14 rooms and bath, etc.: beautiful ' trroiin.is: lot 50x137:6; lot alone worth the money. ' < !*, 000 ' REXTS ?31S PER MONTH; I ,-^l.'. \i\>. must be sold: corner on Oth st.; Btort-.s and .i >: lot 50x90. <')| 000 CORNER OX HOWARD ST.; v? — * .v"-'\f. olegant new building; 3-story in store* ""a Z flats, and 2-story in 2 flats: all modern conveniences; rents $157 50; lot 35x122:6; both hi reels accepted. < ! 9 "\l\C\ 6 ...

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

10 BUSINESS CHANCES. lB» QX A RE S T AIR AN T AND BRANCH ty)Ot»l». bakery; good place. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery. It r^AA WOOD AND CO A L BUSIN ESS ; RESI- iipO\J\J. dence locality. SPECK'S, 30 Montgom- ery st, ' "ffJiOnnn restaurant with large »]?— UUl'. oven; near Russ House; fine trade (business men.; value for money. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery st. , flu T COFFEE SALOON; WORTH $400; *JplOU. must sell. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery. V * )l 't\(\ HOTEL. NEAR CITY; 26 ROOMS; *jP— U"'v/. bar all complete: large grounds: long lease; make offer. STEERS & CO., 22 Kearny. ALOON AND LUNCH-PLACE; FINE LOCA- 1^ lion. DECKER, 1206 Market St. flfcOKH CIGAR STORE AND FACTORY! OtM'. corner. DECKER, 1206 Market st. "INVESTMENT; $7000; PARTIES NOW HOLD- X ing 75 per cent of the capital stock in company owning well established mechanical patents, now in use by 63 railroads and many firms throughout the United States and six foreign countries, will sacrifice one-third of their interest for surplus working ca...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 10 March 1895

GETTING NEWS FAR OUT AT SEA ■ the Dark Harbor to Meet the Incoming [L Steamer. HE WATERY SOLITUDES. And the World Reads at D the Tidings Found Ocean. king ■ big ocean liner ai sea is .me of the many methods of getting the news employed by the press. A mail steamer is ■oma locality where importani • ranspiring, or r ssi lerself may "story," and the tug ih.it nonde script craft, a!! an engine four iizes t for her— is fired up. The men board a coupe, hurry down the d ■ ■:• front, slide down the .- are soon : Out on the bay pushes the thing of iron j and steam, and the city lights like jewels : Haming in a setting of ebony are moving' backward from the harbor gates. The j anchored ships swing dark, motionless, I asleep at the end of their chains with the I gurgle of the tide under heir bows lulling ; the wave-weary fabrics into deeper plum- \ be r. Within the encircling harbor hills and bejii:icj the invincible harbor bar they lie, and no surge, with the growl of s;orm in its , s-well; ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 10 March 1895

12 ARTISTS BUILD A HOME AND STUDIO. They Will Have a Picturesque Structure on Sacra mento Street. A VILLA AND ROOF GARDEN. Artistic Rooms With Gobelin Tapestries and an Italian Front. For some time past a queer - looking structure has been in course of construc tion on Sacramento street, near Spruce, and now that it has assumed definite out lines people who pass on the cars wonder what it is intended for. It is pretty and artistic if odd in appearance, and because of its oddity, or rather originality, those people ask all manner of questions con cerning the building. The Duilding on Sacramento street may mark a new epoch here, as its two owners devote themselves almost exclusively to THE HOME AND STUDIO ON SACRAMENTO STREET. ■ From the architect's design.] the painting of gobelin tapestries in lu minous colors in imitation of the woven pictures. That two clever men can come here from Europe and engage in decorative art and after a short time build for them selves a home and studio s...

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

A SURPRISED COMMUNITY HOW OIL WAS FOUND IN SUMMERLAND Santa Barbara, March S.— Most every body in the civilized world lias heard of Summerland, the new Utopia that spirit ualists undertook to found some live or six years since, where they were to enjoy their occult belief in peace, undisturbed by the ridicule or unbelief of unsym pathizing skeptics. An account of the outcome of this experiment has never been written; of the disappointment and homesickness of the gentle stran gers who came to this coast with happy expectations, only to find that the town lots for which they had paid decent village prices of from $40 to $50 apiece, re themselves into the steep hillside of a barley field of doubtful value, which al most any one would count dear at a hun dred dollars an acre. Homes were built and teiits were pitched on the steep slope. There was nothing else to do, for the of the emigrants had \ erv nearly consumed their small competences in their investment ■ le cost of the transcontin...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 10 March 1895

14 A PAGE FOR WOMEN SOME OF THE LATEST FASHIONS. Many of v? have from last spring one of the pretty striped silks which were much in demand then anil will be more used than ever this year. Design Xo. 1 gives a lovely idea for such a silk. One costume which will shortly be donned by a pretty widow i*. nf a black and white silk. The ground is white, and the narrow black stripes are about ten inches apart. Between the stripes is a vine-like design in black t>f ;t very dainty, but unknown, variety of flower. The skirt is very full, the stripes on the bias; the basque is a sort tee with a low cut vest of white lace over black i-ilk. The collar is edged with jet and a jet girdle completes a toilette to^be ■worn as a dinner dress when dining at home. In sketch No. 2 is a girlish model for a waist in shell pink peau de soie with tiny pale green dots. The ribbons are of the same shade as the dots. Deep frills of lace completes basque which will be reproduced in many combinations, and as r...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 10 March 1895

The Lady of the PooL CHAPTER V. "I wish to goodness," remarked the Rev. Sigismund Taylor, rubbing the bridge ot his nose with the corner of the Manual, "that the vicar had never introduced au ricular confession. It may be in accord ance with the practice of the Primitive Church, but — one does meet with such very curious cases. There's nothing the least like it in the Manual." He opened the book and searched its pages over again. "It's a poor Manual," said Mr. Taylor, throwing it down and putting his hands in the pockets of his cassock. "Poor girl! She was quite distressed, too. I must have something to tell her when she comes next week." Mr. Taylor had, in face of the difficulty, taken time to consider, and the penitent had gone away in suspense. To represent one'? self as a dressmaker— -well, there was nothing very outrageous in that ; it was unbecoming, but venial, to tell sundry fibs by way of supporting the assumed charac ter — the Manual was equal to that; hut the restof the d...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 10 March 1895

16 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— «<J per year by mail ; by carrier, 15c per week. SUNDAY CALL— per year. WEEKLY CALL— H.'iO per year. The Eastern office of the SAX FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific '.States Adver tising Bureau, Rhinrlander building, Rose and Duane stret-ts. New York. SUNDAY MARCH 10, 1895 Shake your troubles. Get your work off your mind. Read the Call and know it all. The man who does least maKes the most fuss. Enjoy your Sunday, but don't make it a whole loaf. We have too many laws and too few en forcements. People who borrow trouble are always willing to give it. No rest is good except that which con duces to good work. An empty stomach is nearly always full of food for thought. If woman desires man to be good she should not tempt him. The idle attache might be set to work nursing the street beggars. The man who keeps out of the frying pan never has to jump in the fire. . The man who takes breakfast in be...

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