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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 May 1895

IS A MOSES UNTO THEM Congressman Sibley, Cham pion of Free Coinage, Has Arrived. HIS EFFOET IN THE HOUSE. What Made Him the Chosen Leader of the Advocates of Sliver. There came to this City yesterday a man whose fame, since his celebrated speech in the last Congress in opposition to the bill known as the "Carlisle currency bill" has spread from ocean to ocean, and who is accepted by the champions of silver as the - who is to lead the Nation ont from the bondage of the golden Pharoah. He is Congressman Joseph C. Sibleyof Franklin, Ta., who has served his constituency— the Twenty-sixth District of Pennsylvania— for two years as a "kicking" Democrat. Congressman Sibley was making a "West ern tour with General A. J. "Warner, the executive head of the American Bimetallic League, at the invitation of Senator W. M. Stewart of Nevada, and while at Denver news of the fatal sickness of his sister called him back home. General "Warner met him at the Palace Hotel during the Congressman Joseph C...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 May 1895

10 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Silver weaker. Wheat steady. Brewing Barley neglected. Oats and Corn quiet. More call for Rye. Ground Barley cheaper. Hay weak, Beans dull. New Potatoes sold higher. New Onions went lower. Vegetables In lighter receipt. Butter, Cheese and Eggs unchanged. A car of Eastern Poultry in. Cherries steady. Strawberries sold rather better. Oranges 25c weaker. Provisions unchanged. ■ Hides firm at the advance. j WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. ? United Statks Department of Agricul ture. Wkathes Bureau, San Francisco, May 2, 1595, 5 p. m.—Weather conditions and •general forecast: There has been a moderate rise in pressure throughout California, Nevada, and in the south ern portion of Oregon. Occasional showers oc curred during last night and this morning in Cali- j fornia, but the weather this evening is fair and the conditions are favorable for its continuance during Friday, except in the elevated sections' of the j southern portion of the S:ate where s...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 May 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS Footpads Beat and Rob B. C. Begley on Webster Street. LOST MONEY AND JEWELRY. Y. M. C. A. Athletics at the Uni versity To- Morrow— Warring Officers. Another man has been waylaid and robbed on one of the principal streets of Uakiand and the police are unable to io catethe robber. On Tuesday night last ß. C. Begley, an employe of the Standard Oil Company, waa making his way to the narrow-gauge train at Fourteenth and Franklin streets, when be was struck down on Webster street and robbed of allthe valuables on his person. He escaped serious injury, bnt is anxious to locate the thugs who inter cepted him. "I had just taken leave of a friend," said Mr. Begley last evening, "and was hurry ing toward the train to return to the City. I saw a couple of men standing on the cor ner of Fifteenth and Webster, but paid no attention to them. Just after I had passed v the corner I was suddenly struck on the r back of the head from behind and felied to the sidewalk. "I recollect ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 3 May 1895

12 CREDITORS WILL MOURN Theatrical Dullness Depre ciates the Estate of Charles Meyer. Final Settlement of the Account and Overruling of Ob jections. The contest filed by creditors to the final account of the executrix of the estate of Charles Meyer, the late proprietor of the Wigwam Theater, came to an abrupt con clusion yesterday. After Hearing the tes timony judge Slack overruled the objec tions to the account and ordered a final settlement of the estate. Prior to the death of Charles Meyer the Wigwam had done a thriving business. At ihe same time his estate was heavily involved and to-day creditors representing a liability of afckmt $27,000 remain unsatis fied. Meyer died on Christmas morning, 1893, and thereafter owing to a drop in business the theater fell from a $"><X> a month enterprise to an actual loss, accord ing to the executrix. In April she sold out for $400. On these facts an exceedingly bitter con test was waged. The creditors filed specific objections to the...

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

city real estate. "IP^l^e^o^p^r^unityl ~~~>^ must be sold. BY ORDER of ADMINISTRATOR. Modern residence containing 9 rooms and bath on Duncan St., bet. Guerrero and Dolores: lot '.'sx 114: house cost $5000 to build: price asked $4350. BALDWIN & HAMMOND, 10 Montgomery st. A GRAKD OPPORTUNITY! Modern Flats Almost Givkn Awa-t. Only $100 CASH REQUIRED. Balance $45 per month, including interest; 2 nice ! ■ bay-window fiats on 2 1st St., not far from Valencia .. lot 25x100: price $4000. BALDWIN & HAMMOND, 10 Montgomery st. A VERY' CHEAP -A. , MODERN COTTAGE. $2500: $100 cash and balance In monthly pay- ments of $26, including Interest, will secure "a comfortable home near Castro and Twenty-fourth sts.: house contains all modern improvements; large lot; street work done. BALDWIN & HAMMOND, 10 Montgomery st. - MUST BE SOLD. ->L HANDSOME MODERN RESIDENCE. Only one block from the park. $7750— 0n1y part cash required: Clayton st., nr. . Knight: contains 12 large rooms, bath, h...

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

14 FLOWERS OF EVERY HUE A Dazzling Display at the Rose Show in the Palace Hotel. FLORA'S ARISTOCRACY IS THERE Many New Varieties of Garden and Hothouse Plants and Flowers Exhibited. Visitors to the California State Floral Society's eleventh annual ro^e show in the Palace Hotel pass from Market street through what appears to be a lane of palms, bamboos and huge ferns far back into the block. This lane terminates in apartments filled with roses and flowers of every kind and hue. The eye becomes dazzled with the richness and brilliancy of the colors and the brain bewildered by the heavy perfume of the garden and hot bouse. The show was opened at 2 o'clock yesterday and dozens of visitors poured in to examine the beauties in pots and vases. The committee of arrangements. SCENE AT THE FLOWER SHOW IN THE MAPLE ROOM OF THE PALACE HOTEL. [Sketched by a "Cali" artist.] consisting of Professor Emory E. Smith, ! Mrs. Austin Sperry. Mrs. Helen A. A. Cross, Mrs. Amos Mecavtney and Mrs. Orrille D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 May 1895

VOLUME LXXVII.-XO. 145. ALONG THE COAST. Trial of a Colusa Book keeper for Robbing a Stage. DRIVER COLE'S STORY. He Accuses Charles Meyers of Planning the Pretended Hold-Up. SONOMA COUNTY'S BIG CROPS. Los Angeles Voters Declare for a Bond Issue— Salmon Catches in the Columbia River. OOLTJBA, Cal.. May 3.— Charles Meyers, ■_■—:: with complicity in the stage rob bery, near Princeton, on April 13, is under going ..u here. Meyers was accused of i part in the robbery by Charles W. Cole, the driver oi the Boggs line stage, who confessed ed and exe \ded hold-up, to secure the . ■ . . - treas -ox. When the stage rolled into Princeton on . . c a graphic account of a hold-up by two masked high way: he said, covered him with mpelled him to throw out the treasure-box. Then they searched his pockets, securine ?26 in cash. The ofE and commenced an investigation of his a I I retended robbery. Cole finally made a complete confession, in which he - ' head bookkeeper cf John Bosgs. who owns ..at Meye...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 May 1895

2 QUEEN OF SAN JOSE Pretty Scene at the Crowning of the Rose Fair Ruler. MISS HOWARD'S TRIUMPH Covered With a Regal Robe of Smilax and Pretty Flowers. SUCCESS OF THE CARNIVAL. In Point of Attendance and the Mag nificence of the Displays It Stands Unrivaled. PAN JOSE. Cal., May 3.— That the rose fair is a success is best evidenced by the large crowds in attendance and the fine displays of rare cr.t flowers that are made. Many pretty exhibits have been added, among them being a display of decorated baskets by Mrs. li. B. Dunlop, seventy-five varieties of sweet peas by C. C. Morse, and a collection of preserved roses by Mrs. W. D. Allison. The march of roses was repeated to night, and at its conclusion the Queen, Miss Grace Howard, was escorted to the stage and crowned. The crowning of the Queen was a pretty sight, her attendants covering her almost entirely with smiiax and flowers. Miss Mattie Williams and Miss Margaret Miller appeared in fancy dances, and Miss MacLeod rendered a solo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 May 1895

HOUSES SWEPT AWAY Great Havoc Wrought by a Cyclone in lowa. — — — — MANY REPORTED KILLED. Terrible Scenes of Great Dev astation in a Large Section. FUKY OF THE BIG STORM. At Least Fifty Persons Perish and Many Bodies Lie Beneath the Tangled Debris. OMAHA, Neer., May 3.— A Bpecial to the Bee from Sioux City, lowa, says dis patches were received there by the Sioux City and Northern Railway Company at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon from their agent at Sioux Center, forty-rive miles northeast of here, telling of a terrible cyclone near there, in which a number of people were killed and injured, and much property de stroyed. The wires were blown down, and telegraphic reports are consequently very meager. The first dispatch received by the Northern road said the cyclone passed three miles northeast of there. School houses near the town were destroyed, teachers were killed, and a number of children were killed and injured. The who le »oiintry in the path of the Btorm was* devastated. The Siou...

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

4 ONLY A LADY'S RING. It Is the Nucleus of Some Startling New Testimony. WAS BLANCHE LAMONT'S. Durrant Is Almost Positively Identified as Having Tried to Sell It. HELD ON THE SECOND CHARGE, An Exciting Incident Throws the Accused Into a State of Nervous Fear. No greater sensation has been created in the Durrant murder cases, already so pro lific of the unexpected and extraordinary during the extended period they have about absorbed public attention, than that which was produced yesterday afternoon •while the preliminary examination of the prisoner on the charge of having murdered Blanche Laiuont was in progress. All the forenoon was occupied in hear ing the testimony of witnesses who bad previously testified at the Coroner's in quest, and though not the least intima tion bad been given of the new witness who was to. appear, the courtroom was filled with spectators, the number of ladies being much larger than on the day pre vious. As soon as the court was called to order the Assistan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 May 1895

NOW A BOARD OF HEALTH Governor Budd Is to Meet All the Candidates in Person. NOT TO CONTROL PATRONAGE. A Graduate of the State University Is Chosen for Code Com missioner. Governor Budd is laboring with the . of Health problem. Everything else, except routine matters, is being put aside until he readies a decision as to who control the asylums, hospitals and m of San Francisco. ••My appointments will be made in the : ten days," said the Governor. r "During the time intervening I shall beat nia Hotel when I am not at the rrjs of the Harbor Commissioners on 6 ate business. I intend to give every one ;■. hearing during that time. Of one thing yon can rest assured, I will appoint no man whom I do not know personally, and whose qualifications I have not investi gated. "It is that I may meet the candidates that I have come to San Francisco. Were it not for that I could just as well have ■ Ftaid in Sacramento and made the appoint ments. Then, too, I wanted to be able to consult with Mayor ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 May 1895

6 CHARLES M. SHORTRIDQE, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY CALL— tQ per year by mail; by carrier, 16c per week. SUNDAY CALL— ll £o per year. "WEEKLY CALL— #I.OO per year. The Eastern office of the SAX FRANCISCO CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific States Adver tising Bureau, Rhinelander building, Rose and puaue streets, New York. SATURDAY MAY 4, 1895 Don't forget the roses. There is pleasure at the flower show. Street improvements are always in order. Japan may yield to Russia now, but she will see her later. Festivals of flowers never fail to yield good fruit of some kind. Remember that this is the day to leave orders for the Sunday Call. Lower freight rates on fruit are among the brightest prospects of the season. It is too late in the year for the great strike of coal-miners to induce a frost. The man who wishes to own the earth is never willing to assist in improving it. If nature abhors a vacuum the mind of a Bilurian must be regarded as unnatural. To Comptroller Eck...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 May 1895

SATURDAY MAY 4,1895 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. Look out for light occasional rains to-day. The teachers' salary warrants for April will be paid Monday morning. A te>t suit was filed by a creditor of the City In the Superior Court yesterday. Governor Budd telegraphed his views yester day to L'ltalia on capital punishment. The Union Cigar-makers of California will meet in convention to-uay at Metropolitan Hall. Collector Wise has gone East, and many con flicting rumors are rife as to the cause of hla departure. High insurance officials are coming to San : sco to investigate the rate war among local agencies. Two prominent Eastern Democrats addressed the Iroqaia Club on the subject of "Silver Coin age" la»t night. An attachment for $407 40 was levied yes terday upon the Hagemann Brewing Company, 2 Everett street. Railway ticket agents signed an agreement yesterday binding themselves to maintain rates at all hazards. Coroner's juries have rendered verdicts of suicidal deaths in the cases of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 May 1895

8 SPORT The wheel continues to take its place at the head of sports in general. There are a number of road runs on the cards for to irorrow, and the races announced in sev eral parts of the State for the near future \yill give cyclists ample food for reflection. : The State Sportsmen's Association is ! now holding a series of pigeon shoots at the Oakland track. Some of the leading pigeon-grassers of the country will be on the grounds this afternoon. The Pacific Kennel Club will be in high feather on Wednesday, which day will be the opening of the bench show. In the following budget of sporting mat ter will be found the very latest news of interest. THE WHEELMEN. Terrill, the Racer, Will Go East To- Nlght— Fastest Run on Record. Latest Items. CLUB Rt'NS TO-MORROW. Acme Club Wheelmen— To Cliff House and Ingleside. Bay City Wheelmen— "Blind" picnic run. California Cycling Clvb — To Santa Cruz. Crescent Road Clvb — To Niles Canyon. Imperial Cycling Club— To Redwood City. Reliance Club W...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 May 1895

first championship races on the coast. The Olympics, Acmes and St. Mary's College crews are working especially hard. They realize that in order to make a showing with the Stocktons they will have to be in the pink of condition. Every day they row from three to four miles at a stretch. They are denied table delicacies and are obliged by their trainers to confine themselves to coarse, substantial victuals. The crew to represent St. Mary's College in the regatta has been definitely decided tipon as follows: Pater Soracco, bow (cap tain); William Hanlon, fonvurdwaist; John Cooney, afterwaist: Hugh Mclsaac, stroke; Maurice Kiely, coxswain; Edward Taylor, substitute. A month ago they were novices with the oars. Now they pull together beautifully end their staying powers are wonderful. The Acmes, under the coaching of Henry Tank of the Ariels, are improving daily. Their crews are composed of the most powerful members of the Oakland or ganization, and the way the blades of their oars bend a...

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

10 THE COMMERCIAL WORLD SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. . Silver firmer again. Wheat and Bar'.ey dull. Oats, Corn and Rye unchanged. Hay weak. Beans inactive. Oils unchanged. Sixteen failures last week. Provisions steady. Wool sells briskly. Meat market steady. Dried Fruit dull and lower. Honey neglected. Butter, Cheese and Eggs unchanged. New Potatoes steady. Onions weak and dull. Poultry unchanged. Low prices predicted for Canned Fruit. Citrus Fruits continue quiet.' WEATHER BUREAU REPORT. United Statks Dkpartmknt of Agricul ture. Weather Bureau, A.V FRANCISCO, May 3, 1895, 5 p. m.— Weather conditions and genera! forecast: The pressure is highest to-night along the South ern California coast and is low-; in the Dakotas, with a second depression apparently central off the Washington coast. Fair weather prevails in Cali fornia south of San Francisco, but rain has fallen ; to the northward. The conditions are favorable lor rain throughout the northern half of the State within the next twenty...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 May 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS More Damage Was Done by Water and Smoke Than by Fire. SOME OF THE INSURANCE. The Sunday Saloon Closing Ordi nance Soon to Be Dis posed Of. Water caused more damage than the flames of the fire which threatened to de stroy the Blake block early yesterday morning. One of the heaviest losers is the Oakland Shoe Company, whose stock was largely damaged by water. The company carried $99,000 in insurance. The building, which is owned by Mrs. M. K. Blake and others, was insured for $40,000, and the loss will amount to less than one-fourth of that sum. The Davis block was damaged to the extent of about $1000. The Lace House, New York Tea Com t>any, Maison de la Mode and Prescott & Sergeant's candy-store were slightly dam aged by water and smoke. To Close the Saloons. The proposed ordinance to close the saloons from 6 o'clock Saturday evening to 6 o'clock Monday morning will probably be settled for good on Wednesday evening next when the Council will meet as a com m...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 May 1895

12 ADVANCED NEW ZEALAND. A Member of Its Parliament Tells of Their Woman's Suffrage. SINGLE TAX AT WORK Government Railways, Banking, In surance No Longer Experi ments. Macaulav's New ZeaJander is stopping at the Grand Hotel in thi3 city. He is a member of the New Zealand Parliament from Wanganui ratned A. I). "Willis, who has been making a trip around the world. He told yesterday how the woman's suf frage, the Government ownership of rail roads and telegraph lines. Government in surance, Government banking, co-opera tion in public works, the doing away with large land holdings, Henry George's single tax theory and other things only dreamt of in the rest of the world are known in the practical everyday life of that southern land. All these things, he says, have been brought about by their Legislature and are ail far beyond the experimental state. Speaking last niyht at the Grand Mr. Willis said: The mass of the people is the first considera tion with us altogether, and everything is...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 May 1895

CITY REAL ESTA>^^~~~~^. A CAAA BHOTWELL, BET. 21ST AND 22D, "(25OUUU. 2-story frame, 2 fiats in front; rear bouse 6 rooms: lot H0x122:6. $575— l 0xl00; corner Cambridge and Silllman sis.,- University Homestead Association. $1975— 63.x 109 : N W.cor. 17th St. and Clara W. from Douglass st. . '"»«' ; V«.«_ .-.-,-,,, Must have money ; entire block 45, Abbey Homestead Association, San Mateo County. . SQs_Lot 4 blocic 34. City Land Association. CHAS. c. FISHER, 507 California st. . DEDUCED TO"$3400: OWNER ANXIOUS TO li sell- corner 80x84, and neat cottage, on 24tU ■£! .nelr Valenc la. THOMAS MAGEE & SONS, 4 Montgomery st. BUILDING i ' o]i <t , B * ESS PROP- & en on Market st. : rent $ , 200 a year. ■ Corner Pacific ave. and Baker st., 55x137:6 ft.; * P1 E. side Stanyan st,, bet. Carl and Frederick sts. ; and Frederick sts. ; 25x100; price $2600. - -> • -;. 60x127:6 ft. on Jackson st., overlooking the Pre- sidio and bay; #6700. Two modern bouses, of 8 rooms each, at Park,...

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

14 IT WAS NOT SIGNED Mayor Sutro Refuses to Put His Name to the Lease. AFRAID OF THE OCTOPUS. Governor Budd Says the Amendment Is in Favor of Huntingdon. HOT WORDS WITH HIS HONOR. Attorney Preston Expresses Himself In Strong Language— Colnon Talks Out. Yesterday was the day set for final action on the lease of China basin. There was action enough but there was nothing final. Governor Budd's was the master finger which pointed out the defects in the instrument, concerning both tbe interests of the State and the Valley road. The Governor was non-partisan in this respect, for while he showed the Harbor Commis sioners where the paper was weak inasmuch as tbe rights of the State were not fully protected, on the other hand he taught a lesson or two to the directors of the com "THIS IS NO GILT-EDGED PROPOSITION," SAID ATTORNEY PRESTON. [Sketched by a "Call" artist.] peting road. He inserted clauses bene ficial to the infant corporation and scratched paragraphs which were inimical to its in...

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