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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

CITY BKAL ESTATE. if*""" H7t r M BS~KN & CO.. (^,,. .t0r. VX . Real Estate Apents, Rent collectors - 14 Moatßomery street. Can and obtaiu one oTo^r R«U Estate Records which con;a:ns a list «rf P»l*«^ 10r sale in all parts of the city. IMPROVED PROPERTY. - )OOftr , 'POSITIVELY MUST BE SOLD: 53300. lrV^t.l: nice bay-window c0t- .V,"",.,, Zi\ "noSem improvements: sunny line cftlrVF. £olrin7 neighborhood in the Western Addition: io; 25x13. :0. «norm CHEAP; ISTH ST.: COTTAGE OF >_. »' '' ! 4 rooms, etc: street accepted. r» O- A A GOOD INVKSTMENT: RENTS 575 • JSoOv/l'. per month: corner on Bryant st.; new K^Ortln* in itore and living rooms and flat and " hrtp- >-aY twfndow*. br.ck foundations, stone v. alksi etc"; lot 25 x7s :lhoth streets accepted. COO /W Hi CHOICEST BLOCK OX POST J>I_I.UUU. sf.: 2-s:cr\' bay-window residence or 9 rooms :ind hath; su»ne walks, etc.; sunny line of street: 26xJ37:6. • ii,| A/A MUST BE SOLD OX AC- Cli"»"'"> count of closin? an estate: ele- p...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

14 HOUSES TO LET. CgJHOVAit& 12 Kooms ANI>nATH,S4O; 004 28 Hill, 8 rooms and bath, 830; 2418 Mis- sion. 8 rooms and bath. $30: 2726 Mission. 9 rooms, bath, $27 50: 721 Bhotwcll, co.taj.. . 7 rooms. bath, $22 50: 134 Fifteenth, ♦» room-.. • .ith. $20- 2324 Polsom, 6 rooms, bath, stable, wot. » . H. CRIM & CO., 113 Montgomery st. TO LET— 10-ROOME~D HOUSE; $40; WATER X free. 1911 Green st. TTOUSE ! ROOMS: BATH; NEWLY PAINTED II and all modern, improvements; rent reduced. 1530 Castro St.; owner on premises ;o-day. $ 3 1 . . CHEAP RENT; 8 SUNNY ROOMS; $30. h: ■■:■. stuMe; Une'garden; 1005 Twentieth st, near Guerrero. BALDWIN & HAMMOND, 10 Montgomery st. ! i) I lI A 1 11" HOUSE 7 ROOMS ; BATH; J — . I rent reasonable. , I Q9Q JACKSON~ST. - SUNNY HOUSE; 10 j t/iO rooms; bath: newly renovated. Tvfu>XT~A~VD ""REAR HOUSE TO LEASE OB X to let; cheap. Apply 421 Powell st. tTedTtCED TO $13 PER MONTH; COZY XV houses' 4 rooms; in good condition; see them to-day." 888 San Jose aye...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

PRESERVED THROUGH AGES The Head of a Prehistoric Monster Embedded in Bitumen. IN THE BOWELS OF THE EARTH. A Discovery in Asphalt Mines of Considerable Value to Science. A reiparkable discovery was made about four Weeks ago in the aspbaltum mines in Kern County, when miners working 120 foot below the surface excavated the skull of a prehistoric monster. The bones were imbedded in the as phaltum deposit, and in close proximity were pieces of wood in a fair state of preservation, though hardened and black ened like Irish bogwood of forests belong ing to a far-away geological period. Foss ils in the bowels ol the earth are nothing un common, but this jawbone, or skull, is more than a, fossil, which fact gives it a peculiar significance in the study of geoloey and natural history. There are several < teeth in the jawbone that still have a coat ing of enamel, which proves that aeons ol ages ago beasts moving amid the desola tion of earth had teeth differing none either in texture or fo...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

16 SCULPING STILWELL O. C. Miller Digs Up a Bit of the Detective's Record. SERVED TIME IN CANADA. Convicted of Criminal Libel and Sentenced to Fine and Imprisonment. IN THE GRAND JURY'S HANDS. Copy of the Court Proceedings Transmitted to Foreman W. H. Cagan Yesterday. When Detective Stilwoll made hi? report to Governor Budd and the Grand .lury in regard to the alleged deficiencies in the new ferry foondatipns he scarcely realized the fact that he would be likely to come in for a share of adverse criticism from the friends of those whom he attacked. It seem~. however, that his accusations to a great extent rest upon his own statements. His credibility as authority in the ease is therefore held to be open to criticism, on Detective Stilwell. the ground that he is acting in a public and semi-official capacity. This view of the case is taken by 0. C. Miller of 777 Market street, this city, who yesterday sent an accusatory letter to the Grand Jury. Mr. Miller's letter is as follows: San ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

Up the MEDITERRANEAN On a FRUITER. BY DENIS KEARNEY. It was In the summer of 1865 that we I tailed from Boston in the Bounding Bil low, then a handsome bark-rigged craft. She was built in Chelsea for the Mediterra nean fruit trade, was copper bottomed and copper fastened, put together to make tiinc. was a fast sailer, could beat to wind ward like a yacht, as proud as a peacock and fairly danced upon the waters. Her masts were very lofty, and yards long end heavy. The big single topsails she carried were made of No. 1 cotton canvas, ar.d the foot and leech ropes were of hemp. When dressed in her sea robes of snowy whiteness, cut in the fashion of the time and trimmed to catch the passing breeze, phe looked like a sea bird as her bows rose and fell to be kissed by the ocean's glisten veil. Young man, she was born long before you were. She was the product of a past age, and she came upon the field of action when the Yankee clippers dotted every Bea, the starry banner then flew proudly ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

18 FORT FRAYNE CHAPTER V— Contijci-f.d. And so Rorke could find no satisfactory solution of the ever-vexing question. Twice or thrice he accosted Graice and strove to draw him into talk, but the new comer seemed to shut up like an oyster in the presence of the Irish corporal, and was surly and detiant in manner, a great con trast to the joviality he displayed when soliciting comrades to take a hand at cards. The recruits had hardly any money left. Graice had won what little there was when on the way to Frayne, and now he had wormed his way into the gambling set that is apt to be found in every fort— all comers who have money being welcome — and for a few weeks for tune seemed to smile upon the neophyte. He knew, he protested, very little of any game, but he played for fellow ship and fun. Then he kept sober when others drank, and so -won, and then came accusations of foul play and a row. and the barracks game was broken up, only to be resumed at niejht in the re sort across the Plan...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

A Page FOR Women. It seems scarcely possible that some of the most fashionable women in Paris are to be seen almost daily on their bicycles : in full baggy bloomers composed not only of cloth, but of velvet and even brocade. The jackets end at the waist line in front and have rather pretty basque-like backs, but most inappropriately elaborate shirts and waistcoats appear beneath them. As a rule skirts are not even thought of by the fair Parisenne in connection with her wheel. She seemed naturally to take to breeches, and the only skirts seen after the craze began reached to the knee. The re gathered or pleated full into the waist and at the knee, showing silk stockings to the top of the boot, and in Trance gaiters are ignored altogether. Not only are thin graceful women seen in these remarkable costumes, but large matronly women seem perfectly content with their appearance when so arrayed. Our English cousins, on _ the other hand, have declined to give bloomers even a con sideration...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

20 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDGE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— »O per year by mail; by carrier, 15c per Mc-ek. BUITDAY CALL-» 1.50 per year. WEEKLY CALL— »l.oo per year. The Eastern office of the SAX FRAXCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific Mates Adver tising Bureau, Khine'.ander building, Rose and Duane streets. Xcw York. AY.' APBIL~2I, 1896 Energy is a part of good morals. Leisure must be enjoyed leisurely. Whoever lives pleasantly lives wisely. The strawberry festival is the next thing. To the average woman the new bonnet is a fiesta. If you are sure you are left, get up and go ahead. Crime and cobblestones make congenial company. ._ Make your friends useful, but don't use them too much. Optimism may not make much, but it saves a great deal. The Spring Exhibition ought to be able to jump into favor. That daughter who has a wise mother need never fear evil. We are now willing to allude to Los An geles as a sister city. There is no form of content with which idl...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

. Weddings. .The -summer exodus. Lexington anniversary. Senator Perkins gives a bay excursion to the Elkiiis party. Buiord Kindergarten summer sale. Laurel Hall Club meeting. Presidio bet' ' Seamen's Institute benefit at Mrs. Bixler's. aa Nu reception. Belmont reunion next Saturday. Friday Nisht Club's last meeting. California Club's " book tea." Armitage Orphanage benefit at Mrs. Henry .'■ Scott's. . • Travesty on " Romeo and Juliet" in Oakland this week. Weddings last week: McAllister— Dexter, i Cornell— Kellogg. ■/ Donald— Moore. Haskell— Clarke. Abbott— Da yen port. Redmond— Mclntosh. Nordman— Bessatt, Stovel— Martel. Knox— Jennings. Roija— Foster. Weddings are set as follows . Henry R. Nibbe and Miss Hannah Gerbes, . - Thursday. Isaac L. Rosenthal an<l Miss Amelia Rosen thai, Tnu rsday, at 532 O'F&rrell street. < George Perkins Baxter and Miss Beideman Cook, May 1, at St. Mark's Church, Berkeley. John L<?e Jr. and Miss May Golden, 1121 Bush street, Wednesday. The f...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

22 The Theatres May lrv;iu rides a wheel. Henrik Ibsen was 68 years old on March 25. Henry Arthur Jones' new play is called "The Triumph of the Philist;:. The Italian Philharmonic Society, under the direction of BigßOl Spadina, will give "11 Tro well's Theater on Sunday evening, May 5. A new dramatic star, Tina di Lorenzo, has recently created much • tin Borne as Frou-Frou, Camille, etc., about the same reper toire as played by Dnse. After this year Peter Dailey will shelve "The Country Sport," and ha>- for nest season a new larce by John J. McNaliy. entitled "The Night Clerk.' 1 ' Kapir.ta, the dancer, lias made a decided hit at the Cs>::io. B is so pronounced that the management have eu- r agt.d her in definitely. Boston friends of Lotta Crabtree have re cently heard from her. Sue has been pasving a delighfful winter in Madrid, and she . to return home about the Ist of May. Her health is greatly improved. The Woman's League for Political Education last week discussed the pol...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

In Childhoods Realm Rocking the Baby. I hear her rocking the baby— Her room is just next to mme — And I fancy I f eel the dimpled arms That round her neck entwine, As she rocks, and rocks the baby, In the room jus', next to mine. I hear her rocking the baby Kach day when the twilight comes, And I know there's a world of blessing and love In the "baby by" she hums. I can aye the restless fingers l'lay lng with mamma's rings, And the sweet liuie smilin;?. pouting mouth, 1 '. a. to hers in kissing clings, As she rocks and sings to the baby, And dreams as she rocks and sings. I hear her rocking the baby, Slower and slower now. And I know sl:e is leaving her ?ood-night kiss On its eyes and cheek and brow. From ht>r rockiri", rocking, rocking, 1 wonder would she star:. Could she know, through the wall between us, She is rocking on a heart. While my empty arms are aching For a form they may not press. And my emptier heart is breaking In its (iesohue loneliness: I lift to the rocking, ro...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

24 How China will pay the war Indemnity Japan, it is said, will demand $150,000,000 in gold from China in addition to the ter ritory which is to be granted as the price of peace. It is a question in the minds of all who know anything concerning the Chinese Government as to how it will be able to collect this vast sum. It will prob ably get the money in the lirst place in the shape of a foreign loan, and the customs will be mortgaged to pay the interest. At present China has perhaps the lowest taxes in the world, and the farmers pay less on their lands than they do in any of the countries of Europe. The increas ing of such taxes would create a revolu tion. The only way that the Government can raise money will be through levying duties on imports and exports. This will fill the rivers with tax gatherers, and China will be honeycombed with a net work of official robbers. Every officer will put some of the receipts in his own pocket, and prices of all kinds will rise. The rivers are the...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

THE COMMERCIAL WORLD MMMAKT OF THE MARKETS. Silver a fraction weaker. Wheat lively and hi.rh.-r. Grain Batrs active and advancing. Barley futures firmer. Corn lower. Oats dull. Rye weak. Hay and Straw easy. Beans quiet. Bran ani Middlings firm. Bank clearings gain ,*BOO,OOO. retrolenm. Benzine and Gasoline higher. d advanced i y. Hams and Lard firm, but no higher. Gooseberries in market. - and Onions unchanged. Butter. Cheese and Eggs as before. Poultry well cleaned up. Strawberries sold higher. Citrus FTuits dull and weak. tblea unchanged. Hides active and firm. WEATHER BUREAU BEPOBT. United States Department of Agbic?l/> tire. Weather Buseai-, Sax Francisco, April 2o. sp. m.— synopsis and general forecast: The high pressure noted this morning is still central over Northern Washington and is moving rapidly eastward. The pressure is lowest over Arizona. The weather has been clear over the ' entire Pacific States to-day except along the ex treme southwest coast of California, wher...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 21 April 1895

26 rprnWTH nil> tltl a IWI IHM ■ - ■-.-- r- ■.»■■■-■.-,..- ( -. v ....-.-.-..-■-.-.- >^ ; ■'■?-'■ . "~* -- -"'>■ ■-_-•--■•••■*■ ■ ■ •»■ ■ ■ ■■■ mi^m -n»M-n-Mn-n-r— rrmrn r....u uliiiuw !■■■ iiuj n !_ " " ' ' ' ■■• ■ ■ ' " - ' ' ■ * -"■'..- I READ THE VARIOUS OFFERS CAREFULLY IF YOU WISH TO KNOW WHAT THE OFT-ABUSED WORD "BARGAINS" REALLY MEANS. i DOMESTICS — ..*."■■■ g v MILLINERY. I At About 50c on the Dollar. . mM n I I 'I 1 In @7-fHrfhffr7"T ■ iff 'X 1 if"Ti 1.. . . ' .jIL-_ct-^ „' ' ___n-— _- - . - v _ ' w— - * A ' '->^ ' (At About Half Milliner's Prices,) 1 HUMPHREY'S PLAIDS, for work- .shirts, aprons, etc. Kennedy's qIC : ff +--111 tfefflXftll" Jg^^T3^ JETTED^IiT^ 03 60c to 51.25 ; | price 6V4C, we say -^^ "^rd J^^^lli^Sfclt lOX" X " E W"" ffl J™RKnEsV" J? c *° *Q C J FANCY GINGHAMS, pretty dress patterns ,lB9s .styles check CC = = -4-^4- -4- - - JE^ffigg - -i^^ffii shS^Kdt " ± ±Ml I= ± 7 # ±4= ±W : ?^^F^#^ SS&^^^=^^E^&isS3XA 1 Kennedy sold them for-now mark...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 April 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.-NO. 1.33. NEWS OF THE COAST. Volcanic Eruption on an Island near Bournes Landing. TO IMPROVE LOS GATOS. Business Men of the City Organize a Board of Trade. €AN MIGUEL ISLAND SHAKEN. Two Confidence Men Captured In Portland Wanted for Swindling a San Joaquln Farmer X7KIAH, Cal., April 21.— A small un named island off the coast of this county, opposite Bournes Landing, is now in a state of eruption. For some time past, it is reported, flames have been issuing from the center of the islet. • J. E. Meridith. who resides in Trinity County, and who has been traveling along the northern coast for some weeks, passed the island Thursday. It was some time during the early evening, and he was at tracted by a bright light in the west. The tiames were so brilliant that he at first imagined they arose from a burning ship at sea. On his return south the next day, however, he discovered smoke curling up from the island, and on examination found that it was issuing out of the earth. . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 April 1895

2 IN EDEN TOWNSHIP. One of the Flourishing Suburban Bay Dis tricts. HOMES AMID ORCHARDS. San Leandro, San Lorenzo and Haywards, Thriving Little Centers. GOOD SCHOOLS FOUND IN ALL. Agriculture and Manufacture as Bases to Support Prosperous Semi-Urban Communities. HAYWARDS, April 21.— Eden Town ship. Alameda County, is appropriately named. It is just a short ride on the Southern Tacific, which runs hourly trains from Oakland to Haywards. Why shouldn't all know this pleasant suburban district? A pleasanter journey than by the steam line, however, is the trip on the Oakland,, San Leandro and Hay wa pis electric road, which has given these near outlying towns good service, and has also been the means of bringing about the hourly service and cheap rates on the Southern Pacific. There is no better sub urban train accommodation in this or any other State, than that of San Leandro, San Lorenzo and Haywards. San Leandro is a pretty town. All the residences, from the most imposing to the Portu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 April 1895

OUR MEAT EXPORTS. Figures Furnished by Morton Differ From Statistics. SAYS HIS ARE CORRECT. Records Are Kept of All Cer tificates of the Inspec tion of Pork. BEEF CATTLE DROPPING OFF. No Reason Why Retail Prices Should Be so High in the Eastern Markets. WASHINGTON, D. C, April 21.—Secre tary Morton was to-day shown the charge in the "Washington dispatch to the New York Tribune of Friday, that he had said the statistics of pork exported to Germany and his figures do not correspond with the official figures of the Bureau of Statistics and shows a much greater aggregate than is given by that bureau. Secretary Morton said that the figures of the Department of Agriculture are just as accurate as the Bu reau of Statistics, and that concerning ex ports of j'ork to countries. requiring certifi cates of inspection, the inspectors of the Bureau of Animal Industry have an op portunity to obtain the exact figures, which is not shared by any other depart ment of the Government. Every package of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 April 1895

4 WEEKLY FRATERNAL INDEX. Session of the Grand Lodge of the Degree of Honor. A. O. U. W. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Sovereign Camp News- Dearh of the Oldest O= H s Wife. sun I I 2 3 - - I? : > ■ M I I I ? ' 3 — ; uI-ofK S3* £5 £• A~=. 1 Apr. 3 LO.TT w ". S S-C Apr. 1 Apr. Sr •*«*»=, Fr5*ai5..... 2 C-tl'Acr. liApc Sa rtS-Apr. 15,Kat I. :r!ftisCfHa3Sr..!*2S '■' ■'.:•-.• '. Apr. ■'■ :.»3>i I»ci H ,453 10 11 Apr. I'Apr. S Lci-^r, E. . KSS S>4 a;c 1 X»t : :*-*>-*. U=xo - IS3 Apr. 10 May U "•'•z^citl e&«*n:?z; zocjo?? of azy rg---t— *" fritersai society will b» j-ci-iiihed free cf cost Is *i«C'Te lit-ieT read Lztza, ■nita azy oilier masters cf *— Tf^j.-.fi*, :.-■*■-■ • "■----■-: Frtttrzai Sodi-.j Editor Cail, Sia Frarxiseo.} B« rrts tf Scrir, a O.U.V. Tie third asssal cess x cf the Gzaad Loire, | Degree of Hazor, A- O. T. '■> '- of California, > cszvtzed ca Tzwday, April 16, Is fyEdisatt ) Graad Ciiei cf Eczer Hrs. 3L J. Stewart \ <*3ea lie r»»i:»t to order aad eosJerre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 April 1895

NEARER THE GALLOWS r Important Evidence Ob tained Against Durrant FROM SIX WITNESSES. Saw Him Near the Church the Night of the Williams Murder. IT WAS ABOUT 9 O'CLOCK He Has Said That at That Time He Was at Vogel's— His Examina tion To-Day. ' • "We have evidence that will send Pur rant to the gallows," said a police sergeant last night. This expression was caused by the dis covery of very important evidence against the supposed murderer of Blanche Lamont and Minnie "William?. " Dun-ant was identified by three young ■ ladies last evening, who saw him coming from Emmanuel Baptist Church between 9 and 9:15 p. m. on the fatal Friday night . that Minnie Williams was killed. .. Detective Cody learned in some way that .six young ladies had some valuable infor ; ■ mation in regard to Durrant's whereabouts on that night. He also learned that the voting ladies .were reluctant to tell their ,• story, as they did not wish to he drawn intp the terrible case. Detective Cody :"• finally ascertaine...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 22 April 1895

6 ', CHARLES Ml SHORTRIDGE, i Editor and Proprietor. I, | SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ' PAII-Y CALL— #6 per year by mail; by carrier, 15c ' week. I SUNDAY CALL— II.SO per year. WEEKLY CALL— U.SO per year. • The Eastern office of the SAN FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific States Adver- I tising Bureau, KhinrUuider building, Rose and ' Duane streets, New York. MONDAY • APRIL 22, 1895 Another week for progress. The climate never wears out. This is a good time to develop your en terprise. Whatever helps the State helps every body in it. Weather like this puts a halo around every life. Things are Hale and hearty at San Quen tin just now. The gas that Stockton is advertising her eelf with is natural. Staying qualities are good, provided you don't stay on the fence. The Santa Kosa fiesta will be the next living picture of California. Gold can be found by digging around any vine or fruit tree in California. The thing that is now expected to throw light on the coming man is acetylene. The pr...

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