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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 April 1895

OOCOOOO. , . -—VWWWWOW... ___ _ ; _ _ — ; .~™™, HiyirmlVTCV/ I^W^i#^^. I ACC! jailor straws, > , — < The - c^ * /Vl|. I%J H V I I I i^r^ I \4^T\ *^ in three colorinKS, / \ . S^^ lyiV^l^Crl IV/ 1-rV/^-U. Here's another ridic- -^J-J 111 Tourist, O • — :-j»i»-wxrs^ — A ulous price for Friday V^^l^^^~~~^Z~--^\ ONE OF OUR NEW /fx^L RATHER AN ODD SAYING-MONEY TO LOSE-BUT YOU'VE OFTEN |»1 and Saturday, block s-500 do». {T\ made wagers that during a certain period of time you would accom- V f\r* Jw"^ . shades, black, brown i ! \^ plish certain results. Now we're in the same box. We expected to ]^^^^^^ lUv« L, 0/ and nutria. v\ ]]^ sell a fixed amount of goods by the 20th of April, and we are coming near Sjb!®^ „, , * , yBL, -/ Friday and /X 77(/ doing it, but that there shall be no doubts that we will achieve the same, pZaJtZ^L HIT r^ 1 Saturday ff/ .— X ifc we propose to inaugurate a sale for Friday and Saturday that will be a Fnday and Saturday. \> Saturday •HrC^-M, money losing ...

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. — 19 April 1895

4 NEWS OF THE COAST. An Italian Killed by Highwaymen Near San Diego. WAS SCHULZE A THIEF. The Tacoma Suicide Said to Have Been Short in His Accounts. CRIME IN CTTRRAN CANYON. Northern Indians Who Would Not Be Citizens — Suicide at San Bernardino. SAN DIEGO, Cal., April 18.— An Italian, known only as Antonio, was killed and robbed on the railroad, between Oceanside and Vista, just after dark last night. The murdered man had been seen with two Italians and an American walking from Escondido, where he had been work ing on an irrigation ditch and had just been paid off. His three companions appeared at Ocean side this morning and said they were walking on the track single file, Antonio in the lead, when a man jumped out from a culvert where he had been lying in wait and fired, wounding Antonio. He tired a second time, the bullet striking the wounded man in the breast, killing him instantly. The others ran away. They said it was too dark to identify the murderer, and one of them declared...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 April 1895

REBELS GAIN GROUND Cuban Insurgents Are Burning Their Way Forward. HOT FIGHTING GOING ON. Spanish Officers Think the Rebellion Will Soon Be Settled. PLANTERS GIVEN WARNING. They Must Not Give Any Assist ance to the Roving Bands Now In the Country. HAVANA, Cuba, April IS.— Senor Du puy Delome, the newly appointed Minis ter to the United States, arrived at 6 o'clock this evening. It is expected he will proceed for New York on Saturday, after •investigating the Allianca affair. Private advices from Santiago de Cuba Bhow that the forces of the insurgents do not amount to nearly the number claimed by the rebels. Among the leaders of the various bands are: Emiho GiraL, a white man. who com mands 200 men; Alfonso Goulet, mulatto, 500; Bernardo Camacho, white, 100; Vic toria Garzen, white, 400; Victor Hierre zuelo, mulatto, 200; Quinten Banderra, negro, 1000, ami Perico Peri, white, 1100, a total of 3000 men. Of this number 1900 are said to be armed with rifles, while the others use shotgun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 April 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ; DAILY CALL— per year by mail; by carrier, 15c o>er week. SUNDAY CALL— U.SO per year. WEEKLY CALL-n.50 per year. The Eastern office of the SAN FRANCISCO ■CALL (Dally and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Rhlnelander building, Rose and Duaue streets, New York. 3TRIDAY ~ APRIL 39, 1895 See the art exhibit. Spring has its pictures as well as the flowers. California art is the crown of California industry. A silurian is a cross between a snail and a cobblestone. The man who makes a bad break has & chance to mend. The murder mystery calls for more clews and fewer theories. Cleveland's sound money plea was all sound and no money. The man who knows it all is the fellow the police are looking for. In comparison with Eastern conditions every part of California is festal. You neglect your own interests when .you neglect to patronize home goods. The Southern Pacific has too many eyes •ever to have them all s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 April 1895

Bfibe tfi- ■ iGIW FRIDAY APRIL 19, 1895 CITY NEWS IN BEIEP. The usual batch of new suits were filed in the Bu] erior Coort yesterday. The investigation of Collector Isaacs has been postponed till next Tuesday. The Olympic Club will hold a boxing tourna- Eient about the middle of May. lii Judge Bahrs' court Frank G. Conroy, ac cused of burglary, wu acquitted. In the case of Layer against Hotaline the Jury awarded $3250 to the plaintiff. The Olympic Club is in hopes of having the rent of its outdoor grounds reduced. Ttrronce McGowan, alias John Henderson, was acquitted in Judge Bahrs court. The oarsmen of the Pacific Association are training hard for the regatta in May. The second big gun for the harbor defense ar rived here yesterday from Sandy Hook. Oscar Morris was granted his final discharge in insolvency by Judge Slack yesterday. The petition for the proof of the will of Elena W. Haley was granted by Judge Slack yester day. Joe Shaw, a sailor on the Spartan, had his thigh bone br...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 April 1895

8 EVIDENCE IS STRONG AGAINST DURRANT. Theories and Clews on Which the Police Are Working. REV. MR. GIBSON'S ALIBI. All Suspicions Against Him Are Found to Be Without Foundation. DURRANI'S OWN STATEMENT. Insurance Companies Cancel the Policies on the Church for Fear of Fire. No new light of circumstances was yes terday thrown on the tragedy that has cursed the Emmanuel Baptist Church out on quiet Bartlett street in the Mission. The inquest will be resumed this morning. Some new theories have been advanced. some trifling suspicions and circumstances have been added to the puzzling mass of those things and, more important, doubts that Durrant is the man who did the two fiendish deeds have increased. Many people not concerned in the case have been carefully reading the testimony which has presented the circumstantial ev idence so far given to the public, and the •weakness of some of the most important links in the chain of circumstantial "evi dence has been considered more calmly than w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 April 1895

MANY GOOD PICTURES. Pretty Women and Clever Artists at the Hopkins Institute. OPENING OF THE EXHIBITION. Art Work Is Really Active and ,;.. * Progressive In San Fran-; cisco. There can be no doubt of the success ol the spring exhibition of the San Francisco Art Association that was opened with a reception at the Mark Hopkins Institute of Art last night, with pretty women in swagger gowns and well-arranged music as accompaniments. ;. From any standpoint the opening of the spring exhibition was auspicious. The pictures were probably as good as could be produced toy any art association in any .city of the size of San Francisco in the United States. "• While many of the pictures betrayed the :. mannerisms of the artist they were as a rule good. Around Partington's picture of Beel, Mathews' portrait of Mrs. Hugo \Taussig, Robinson's "Seine Haulers," Reaser's "Portrait," Vermorcken's "Le - Recit dv Voyage," Yelland 's work, and the • clever pen and inks of R. S. and Ger trude Partingfon, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 April 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUM3rARY OF THE MARKETS. , j i i | ; . New York Exchange lower. Silver off again. Large shipments of produce overland. Wheat firmer. Barley weaker. Rye lower. Oats and Corn unchanged. Hay rules weak. Beans quiet and unchanged. New Potatoes shipped freely. Onions doing better. Butter, Cheese and Eggs still weak. Young Poultry continues to rise. Game unsalable. More Cherries arrived. Cabbage continues to advance. Asparagus, Peas and String Beans lower. Free shipments of Dried Fruit and Raisins over ' land. Wool going East steadily. Hides active. Provisions firm and unchanged. Smaller imports of Specie. WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. TTNITErt States Department of Asßictrii- TUBE. Weather Bureau, Sax. Fka>tcisco, : April 18. 6 p. m.—Synopsis and general forecast: The pressure is highest this evening along the coast of Washington and Oregon, and lowest In ■ Southwest Arizona. Falrwe;>ther has continued In all sections except in the Columbia River Val ley, where ligh...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 April 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEEDS Mayor Davie Will Begin a Movement for Better Streets. . BEAUTIFYING THE SCARES. A San Francisco Deaf Mute Ar \ rested for Insanity— Taxes. The Alameda County Good Roads Asso ciation will find a firm ally in Mayor Bavie, who, now that he has grown • familiar with his office, is mapping out the policy of his administration and getting ready for reforms which in his mind are of Vital importance. ■ One of his pet schemes for the improve ment of the city is to put the streets in ex cellent condition and keep them so. He feels that the present condition of some of the main thoroughfares is a disgrace to the municipality and he proposes to aid the association in its efforts to compel the corporations using the streets to carry out to the letter the ordinances which are aimed at the preservation and improve ment of the streets. ■ His project for the establishing of well kept parks in the various squares owned by the city has already taken shape and Lincoln Square, which...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 April 1895

12 AMONG THE COAST MINES Work of Development for New Properties Goes Forward. MANY ENCOURAGING REPORTS. What the Week's Review Shows Has Been Accomplished In Various Places. The Amador ledger says: "One hun dred and thirty thousand dollars taken out of half a ton of rock is good pay ore and not found every day ; yet one day this week the Kennedy Mining Company h.. ; s:ed a half ton of rock that assayed the amount. So rich was the ore it had to be taken to the sulphuret works to be re iined. The mill could not handle it." At the Table Mountain mine, Calaveras County, they are putting up a 10-stamp mill to be run by steam. Considerable machinery is being hauled to the Ford mine, at Fordville, Calaveras County. Some very rich rock has been struck in the Thorpe mine, near Fourth Crossing, Calaveras County. The Oat Hill Quicksilver Mining Com pany of N'apa County has bought three gold mines in Calaveras County, in one of which, the Miller & Holmes, a big strike was made a short time ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 April 1895

. ■■■ I BUSINESS CHVNCK'.. "v : mOBUY OB SELL A.BUiSINEjSSaUIXaC FOR • - ■■■ = X cash see GUS STKAXP, 719 Market st. [ "' •qaV , GROCERY' A D BAR; v 3 ".- >MI; '. fumilv rooms; cheap rent; kept by ■ • present owner 8 "years: retiring from business the '. V cause of sale. STRAND A CO., 719 Market st. • : • "_>O-A GIToCERY AND BAR, WITH 2 FUR- >_:OU. nished rooms; cheap rent; tores; '"■ value in sight and a trade clearing about $100 per ■•. -month. STRAND A CO.. 719 Market st. ' ' "_> 1 "A BRANCH BAKERY AND CaNDY- • • «2>XOU. store; full value: must sell this week. ■V • STRAND a CO., 719 Market St. * ■■ •' & QAA SALOON ; GOOD STOCK, FIXTURES, ' pool table, etc. ; 4 rooms furnished; will .Exchange for property, STRAND, 719 Jlarket st. C* 1 AAA BAKERY': USES2MI BARRELS OF „ 0 I *'*''"• floar par day: 2 horses and wagon; ." • good paying place. STRAND A, CO., 719 Market. . -.: ' \\T ANTED — STEADY' MAN IN LIGHfi . 11 pleasant business; former experience not nec- , . .e...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 19 April 1895

14 DIRECTORS TAKE A REST Valley Road Managers Waiting for an Eventful Week. WAR DEPARTMENT CONSULTED. Permission to Build Drawbridges Over Navigable Channels Is Asked. Indications are that noxt week will be an ' eventful one in the history of the San Francisco and San Joaquin Valley Rail way. For the present the directors of that company are resting on their oars, feeling they are entitled to a rest after accomplish ing wonders in a remarkably short space of time. They started the project of a rail way through the great valley of California that will emancipate the State through competition in transportation of passengers and teeming produce of most of California's most productive lands. They went ahead «t once, striking the iron while it was hot, collected over $2,500,000 in subscriptions ••from the people, made claims for rights of way, started engineers out on the San Joa quin plains with a clear way pointed out southward to the Tehachapi foothills of Jvern County, and made arran...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 April 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.-XO. 131. LOS ANGELES FIESTA National and California Pageant the Great Feature. FLOATS AGAIN SHOWN. It Is the Greatest Procession Ever Seen in Southern California. .CHINESE MARCH IN THE LUTE. One Pretty Incident Is the Agility = ' • of a Fireman in Saluting the Queen. L-The national and California pageant ■was the feature of to-day, and cer tainly it was a proof of the im mense resources of the com mittees which have this big festival in - charge. Elaborate and impressively dis tinctive in it? characters, as each iday's pageant and programme have been, '■ this of to-day took it? place in its order as .. a progressive step a little better than the • lsst. The display was composed of three ' main features — the militia, the re depart ■' ments and the Chinese. The like of the . ".Chinese division has never been seen in ; t.his country. It was Oriental in its splen , • dor. an-i has been prepared by the China tow: of Los Angeles, wholly unaided by the iiesta treasury. It i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 April 1895

2 fences and barrels to catch a glimpse of the wonders within. Of course the famous minuet was the number on the programme which most desired to see. Many remained to watch the guests depart. A large num ber of people, including many San Fran ciscians, bought tickets merely to view the pretty sight, and general were the expres sions of satisfaction and delight heard on all sides. VOJtILAXIi'S CLJiJtIt'AL BAXDIT. He Head Dime Morels and Then Sallied Forth to Lift Scalps. ' PORTLAND, Ok., April 19.— The reports of Drs. A. E. Joseph!, Harry Lane and A. C. Panton, the commission appointed by Judge Stevens of the State Circuit Court to inquire into the mental condition of Rev. J. C. Reed, the Baptist minister who was found not guilty of holding up an East Bide bank on the ground of insanity, was made public to-day. The report, after stating that the reverend gentleman was in the habit of reading dime-novel litera ture, says: "He is a man 49 years of age, with the impulses and judgment of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 April 1895

STOCKTON, MANUFACTURING METROPOLIS OF THE SAN JOAQUIN. The Tidewater Center of a Great and Wealthy Inland Empire. FOUNDED BY A PIONEER. Now Attracts Attention as the Starting Point of the Valley Road. ITS BUSINESS INTERESTS. An Energetic People Are Develop ing the City and Its Tributary Territory. STOCKTON, April 19.— This fertile val ley of San Joaquin, which extends from the coast range of mountains on the south west to the foothills of the snow-crowned Sierra Nevadas on the east, is one of the greatest, if not the greatest, valleys on the American continent. San Joaquin County STOCKTON HAEBOB, LOOKING TOWARD HEAD OF THE CHANNEL, lies in the very center of this great valley, and is drained by the three rivers San Joaquin, Calaveras and Mckelumne. The wonderful fertility of this San Joaquin district was recognized in the early days before "49. The 'ate Captain Charles Weber, founder of Stockton, often spoke of -it to the town site, which was cupied by some French trappers as known ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 April 1895

4 ARDMORE IS IN ASHES. Entire Business Portion of the Prosperous City. BUSINESS HOUSES BURN. Flames Spread So Rapidly That Very Little Escapes Them. WORK OF AN INCENDIARY. The Losses Will Probably Aggre gate Close to One Million Dollars. ARDMORE, I. T., April 19.— Yesterday Ardmore could boast of being the largest and most prosperous city in the Indian Territory. Early this morning the entire business portion of the city was wiped out by lire, and to-day 150 business houses, among which were many two and three etory brick buildings, are a smoldering mass of ruins. The aggregate loss entailed is variously estimated at between $500,000 and $800,000, with the latter figures proba bly corning nearer the correct amount. The insurance will foot up to about one third of the loss. The fire started at 1 o'clock this morning j in the large livery barn of Harper & Cecil on Caddo street. It spread with marvel ous rapidity, and within less than an hour's time nearly every business house on t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 April 1895

THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1895. 5

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 April 1895

6 2t ■ ss^KL CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: " DAILY CALL— »G per year by mail ; by carrier, Isc per week. SUNDAY CALL— »I.SO per year. WEEKLY CALL— per year. The Eastern oiHce of the SAX FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific Kta<es Adver tising Bureau, Rninelander building, Hose and Daane street*, New York. SATURDAY april 20, 1895 Spring fever has the grip now. California art deserves California patron age. t Every city in the State wishes it had a fiesta. If there is any virtue in flowers California is full of it. The inquest La over, but the examination is yet to come. Oakland has paved her way to greatness by making good streets. The San Francisco Mint is coining more dissensions than dollar.--. Amid the whirl of the fiestas, business keeps right along reviving. In doing your Saturday shopping be sure to ask for California goods. Populism seems to have lost all of its pop and nearly all of its ism. The coming generation ought to find goo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 April 1895

ri-RDAY." ~ APRIL 20. 1896 CITY NEWS IN BEIEP. .'.• The schooner Louis sailed for Alaska yester ' day. :••. ' The San Jose bycicle races were a great sue - cess. '-."••• For condensed city news read the seventh '" pace of the Call. .; The Fair will contest went over until next [-•Tuesday afternoon. • • Hrief city items «re to be found on this page ■' of the Call every day. ' There will be a good field day at the Olympic Club athletic grounds to-day. : The weather will be fair and warmer to-day with frejh northerly winds. ; v Charles P. Rice was arraigned for murder in • judge Wallace's court yesterday. J .The non-intercourse rule will be suspended ■ ' "by the insurance compact tc-day. "v Herbert FArrington Weller was adopted yess terday by Mrs. Amelia V. R. Pixley. Actresses in tan Francisco are preparing to Join the Arneri«Bi Actors' Association. .'Local items, bright and brief, are found on .the seventh page of the Call every day. :The ladies' class in physical culture at Y. M. C....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 20 April 1895

8 A TRIP IN CHINATOWN It Nearly Resulted in Disaster to Two Curious Young Girls. DECEIVED BY THEIR GUIDES. Were Enticed Into a Disreputable House— A Very Narrow Escape. John King, a Chinatown guide, is nnder arrest on a charge of enticing two minor girls into a disreputable resort on Sunday Ust King is a well-known character about Chinatown, but until recently he has not been molested much by the police. The evidence against him is of such a character as to convince the public that sight-seeing in the Chinese quarter by young girls is not unattended by grave dangers. Last Sunday afternoon Eva Sheldon, aged 15 years, of 540 Hayes street, accom panied Myrtle Cossotti, aged 17, of 701 Laguna street, to Chinatown. Both girls are attractive in appearance. While stand ing at the corner ol Clay and Dupont street? they were approached by King and Dominic MeAuliffe, also a guide, and asked by them if they would not like to "see the sights." "1 wanted to run away," said Miss Shel don, "when t...

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