6 THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1895. Manufacturers' and Producers' As«n (!i,. FIGHTTHE LOTTERIES Public opinion is ready for the active prosecution of the anti-lottery crusade. afford conclusive evidence that, taken as a cal qualities, they nevertheless cut a wide body, our millionaires are thoroughly swath of victory, the flower of Eastern American at Tieart and form a clas3 of athletes fallingbefore them. They can well citizens of whom the Republic has a right bear a ciosine defeat at Chicago, and they AROUND THE CORRIDORS. "One of the mon interesting characters of my neighborhood is ihe Hon. Dv.ight Burnett," said Thomas F. Conklin, who lives at the FOR IRELAND'S FREEDOM tion of California yesterday sent the fol- lowing letter to that body: Jura 17, 1895 w. To the Honorable Board of Supervisors f> Cit i and County of San Francisco, CUy—Gi There is no need for further argument to be proud. wiilreturn to us on the 27th inst. the most corner of Evatt and Visitacion avenue, last men: The attention of ihis association h^\ ; , ni upon the subject. Inthe lotteries are con- heroic little band of battle-scarred veterans night. "DwightBurnett, as you know, is the heen drawn to the fact that your honomh ., \u0084 densed a dozen evils in one. All lotteries A FREE-TRADERS`FIGHT. that ever crossed the plains. eldest son of the late Ex-Governor Peter H. Local Sons of Erin Favor the boily is about to award contracts for I i •..artruent supplies for the next two years, v are immoral and illegal. Many of them Burnett, and came to California in 1549. He CHARLES M. SHORTRIDCIE, While the Democrats of Kentucky are New Movement to Reach instructed by the board of directors to call are fakes and downright swindles. One- PERSONAL. resides in Visitacion Valley, near the county your attention to the fact that many a (Editor and Proprietor. sore distressed, divided and demoralized line, about two miles beyond South San Fran- the End. supplies required are manufactured ; • half the tickets sold in the City are rank forgeries. The published lists of awarded by the silver question, those of Maryland Dr.L.K. Riley of Elk is a guest at the Grand. cisco, in a palatial residence that graces a State, and to a.sk that your honors, give preferen uwardin? the contracts, manufuotuiv, SUBSCRIPTION RATES: prizes are frauds. There is wrong and ras- are equally disturbed by the tariff issue. Frank L.Coombs of Napa is a guest at the valuable demesne. He is as popular as his articles of California ..vh.n father, the ex-Governor ever was, with the old DAILY S6 CALL— per yea:- by mail; by carrier, 16c cality in the game on every side. The It willbe remembered the two Maryland Grand. time pioneers. He has filled several respon quality and price are equal. Yours very per week. judgment of all right thinking people con- Senators refused to support the free-trade W. S. Gregory, Sheriff of Amador, is at the WOULD CONTRIEUTE FUNDS. L. R. Mead, Secretary." SUNDAYCAIX— per year. " sible offices, being at one time Associate Judge WEEK CALL—*I.SO per year. demns it. The laws of the State and Nation policy of Cleveland to the extent of voting Grand. inSanta Clara County, and he was Tax Col- The Eastern office of the SAX FRANCISCO make ita crime. To strive diligently for M.F. for the Wilson bill as it came from the staying Sanders, a horseman of Sacramento, is lector in that county for four years. He GENERALJ. M. SCHOFIELD CALL (Daily and Weekly), Pacific States Adver- at the Grand. tising Bureau, R'ninelander building, Rose and the suppression of lotteries is therefore at House, and were among those whom the started and owned the first horeecar line of Irish-American Bo Will Review the Troops at the Pre- Puane streets, New York. once the duty of the official and the honor James President denounced as traitors to the staving T. Dennis, a mining man of Reno, is between San Jose and Santa Clara, and was one Consolidation Hidio To-day. at the Palace. of the founders of the San Jose Savings Bank. Military Organizations Con- of the citizen. party. One of them, Senator Gibson, will V- The troops from Ansel Island, Aloatnu THE SUMMER MONTHS. G. Gould, mining man of Amador, is be a candidate for re-election by the Legis- staying at the a He is U5 years of age, and. having wearied of Are you poing to the country on a vacation T If Inthe performance of this difficult work, Grand. the vexations of everyday business, he seeks to sidered. Fort Mason and the Presidio will . go, itis no trouble; for us to forward THE CALL to the Civic Federation, and those allied with lature to be chosen this fall, and a bitter H. M. Ycrington, a railroad and lumberman pass the remainder of his life in the peace and ble on the Presidio parade grounds your address. Do not let it miss you for you will it, can render valuable service to the police right is now going on in the State as to of Carsoa, is the Palace. repose of his elegaut suburban home." at 11 a. m. and pass in review before mips it. Orders Riven to the carrier, or left at in detecting Rt whether the party shall indorse his course Uusmess Office, 710 Market street, will receive ing a popular violators of the law and form- Colonel William Forsyth, a vlneyardist of by re-electing him or indorse the President Fresno, is at the Occidental. "Iwas noticing to-day that Judge has illus- An active and co-operative interest is tenant-General J. M. Schofield, coi:.- prompt attention. sentiment favorable to a trated that story about the frontier under- being taken by the prominent Irish resi- ing the army of the United States. strict prosecution, a speedy conviction and by defeating him. Charles Ericson, a railway contractor of San General Forsyth will command the taker," said Colonel K. B. Brown, in the corri- dents of this City in the general move- TUESDAY JUNE 1 ,189 8 a severe punishment of every guilty per- According to the Baltimore Sun, the Luis Obispo, is at the Grand. dor of the New Western Hotel, last night. "I ment throughout the Eastern and Middle troops, and the review will be witness party is divided on this issue from one end son. If good citizens to whom the ticket T. L. Heed, a wheat-grower of Reedly, regis- of the State to the other, and the divison is tered yesterday at the Grand. happen to know the originator of that sign of States, Sehofield and party, which culminated in part at the General Lieutenant-Colonel J. whicl gists of I. 8 Civilization is beginning to pick a bone peddlers offer their wares would report a the coffin-dealer, which reads, 'You kick the Irish-American Mili- Lieutenant-Colonel C. B. Bcbofieid, few of them to the police some of the worst regarded not as a factional one between George E. Goodman, a banker of Napa, and bucket, we do the rest.' The author of that Convention of the with Turkey.. Wild and Woolly West business announcement tary Union, held inNew York Sunday. brother, Lieutenant !:. y\ \ and boldest features of the evil would be Some Oakland ladies insist that queens checked at once. Such a course would put the partisans of rival leaders which will Mrs. Goodman, are at the Palace. end with the primaries, but is one of prin- L. J. Maddox, «n attorney of Modesto, was was Chris Zabriske, who lives in this Ciiy and feneral's That convention was called for the pur- chorield and Mr. William Bchofieli buys and sells real estate in Oakland. He was pose of adopting measures for the affilia- general's «on«,Mrs. Scbofield and her are born, not made. ciples which cannot be compromised. It one of yesterday's arrivals at the Grand. an end to the practice of making a house is a contest to determine whether the J. J. Hebbron, a cattleman of Salinas, was Wells-Fargo's agent in Candtlaria, Nev., sev- tion of all Irish-American military or- Miss Kilnourne, and Captain J. Pitcl to house canvass in the interest of lotteries eral years ago, and as business was for a time ganizations with the union in view of the First Cavalry, from a stand con- The railroad of the future willdo less and would save for the homes of the peo- Maryland Democracy willsupport Gorman among yesterday's arrivals at the Grand. rather dull in the express liiie, e thought to probable exigencies in connection with structed for the occasion. h bribing and more business. ple many a dollar that now goes to swin- and Gibson in repudiating free trade, or Ex-Harbor Commissioner C. F. Bassett has eke out his salary by selling coffins. Aboom the question of Ireland's independence. General irchotield is president of the Or- whether it willsustain the free-traders in gone to the Sierra Nevadns for an outing. struck the camp soon afterward, and as the Strong dinance and Fortification Committee Buy home-made goods and keep your dlers. denouncing the two Senators for refusing W. D. Tobey andT. B. Rickey, mining men of natural result of the good times was to increase resolutions were passed. is inspecting the defenses ot this post and and money within home reach. Of course no one desires to see the heavy Carson, registered yesterday at the Palace. Whether that sentiment is reflected here also the principal military posta on this hand of the law fall upon the poor ticket- to abide by and fultill the pledges of the the death rate he resigned his appointment Democratic platform and opposing the was oneGrady, a leading attorney of W. D. Fresno, with the company to devote his attention to will be shown in the expressions of the coast. Some men fancy they can get out of the peddler while the big sharpers go free. of yesterday's arrivals at the Grand. furnishing graveyard outfits. The grim humor following-named representative Irish gen- lie willretire from active sen ';\u25a0 c on Sen- world by retiring into themselves. The big operators, however, are so hidden, efforts of the Democratic majority in the Captain A.J. Hutchiuson, who started the of the sign caupht the paragraphers aud funny tlemen who were interviewed yesterday: tember 29, 1895, and this is the last risit he secret and concealed that it willbe almost House and the policy of the Democratic great Lindsey orange groves in Tulare, is in willpive this coast in the capacity There is a chance for a mystery story on impossible to reach them unless some of President. town. artists of the effete East, and they have never got tired of ringing the changes on the sub- Dr. M.C. O'Toole said: niander of the United States army. o what Grover does with all his fish. The fact that this issue dominates the There is nothing definite to be said as yet. the small agents who sell the tickets can Judson Brusie of Sacramento, attorney, play- ject." But there are to-day one million Irishmen who be induced to give evidence against those politics of Maryland at a time when the wrightand member of the Assembly, was one George W. McXear Jr. was at the Grand last are ready to bear arms without any pay, ami The carnival lagoon was only a side who employ them. This i? more likely to show to the real swim at Santa Cruz. be accomplished when the business of the peddlers has been made The Cornell crew's decollete rowing-suits unprofitable and they see hazardous and rest of the country is absorbed in discuss- of yesterday's arrivals at the California. ing the money question, is a proof that the Among the arrivals at the Hotel Plxley, Santa tariff is not so wholly out of politics as Cruz, are H. C. Cutting, Mrs. George T. Mills, evening looking up some big wheat-growers are willing take all chances of succeßS in the to who are in town, and was asked about the battle for Ireland's involved with anyEngland is ever serionsly independence. If starting up of the Starr flourniills at Vallejo. European powers then will be the time to of the SHALL CHRISTIANS DANCE? themselves suf- many Democrats would have us believe. Mrs. George Cogwin and Horace Dorsey. "We have leased the mills and will shut up strike. Much money has been contributed to have made the Thames biush crimson. fering the penalties of the law while the The free-traders have not abandoned their Hugh H. La Rue, president of the Board of the smaller one, with a capacity of about 700 the cause thus far from this country am! there Rev. F. barrels & day, next week. Ifthe trade justifies is much more ready to be contributed if thure D. Baker Has Received The record of the Berkeley boys in the richer and more guiltyparties are appar- efforts to get complete control of the Demo- Railroad Commissioners, came down from Sac- any prospect of success. The greatest oppor- it we shall run totn mills before the end of the is a Letter Dealing With East is as inspiring to a poet as Sheridan's ently out of the reach of justice. cratic party, and drive out of it every ramento yesterday and put up at the Occi- season, with an output of from 1800 to 2000 came tunity would be offered if England ever be- ride. One of the first things to be accomplished leader who is opposed to their fatijous pol- dental. involved in & war with the United States, barrels a day. The price of Eastern wheat but that is a prospect that can hardly be the Subject. in the way of suppressing the evil is to put icy. Should they succeed in defeating SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. has got so high that we expect to looked forward to with any certainty, as Eng- Were it not for the conceit of the foolish an end to the newspaper publication of Gibson it would be a declaration to the make quite an export trade with California land is too wary to come in direct conflict with the modesty of the wise would seem com- lottery notices. The Grand Jury in its country that moderate tariff reformers Grand juries used to be considered bulwarks flour. The trade from here in flour is to this Government. The King's Daughters' Entertain- of the people's liberties. Now they are more China, Japan and Central American ports, and Judge M. Cooney, who is connected with ment Again Under Discussion. monplace. report, District Attorney Barnes and Chief were to have no further honors from like engines of vengeance. They are com- to ports in Ireland. Very little ever goes to the order of the Knights of the Red Call, have Democracy, and that the party intends, if posed, generally, of one or two alert wire- A Woman's View. Some of the laws against lottery adver- Crowley ininterviews with the itever obtains power again, to strike down pullers, most generally with political axes to Liverpool. Liverpool is, of course, the largest Branch, but in what capacity he declined investigations might be found to stick if they were all stated as a result of their \u25a0 every American industry and open our grind or grudges to satisfy; a fair sprinkling of market for wheat, but they .have mills there to say, spoke freely and at length. Said applied forcibly. that if the newspapers of the City would and itis hard to compete with them. InIre- he: Rev. F. D. Baker's remarks at a Metho- refuse to publish these notices the evil ports to the cheap goods of all the pauper good citizens who are too busy and too indif- I know there is a movement In all Irish na- ferent to pay much attention to public mat- land we can compete with the English millers tional circles throughout the country as well dist preachers' meeting recently in regard The small boy and the firecracker are would be much restricted and itwould be labor of the world. on account of the heavy freights to Ireland as in this City. Among the organizations in to closing a King's Daughters' entertain- ters; and for already engaged in a destructive raid on much easier to enforce the law. All men In this respect therefore the Maryland up with the the rest, dullards who are puffed from there. this City are the Knights of the Red Branch ment with dancing aroused considerable importance of sitting in peace and quiet. of standing, influence and good character contest is of interest to the Nation at large. the doings of their neighbors. The secret on "During the past year and until very lately and the Geraldine .societies. There is a branch interest and provoked some discussion :n should unite with us, therefore, in urging Itis as certain as any future event can be, just what might be expected. Nothing tangi- result is the Oregon and Washington flourmills have of the lirht named order in Oakland, as well as the "Wolf Tone" societies. Ido not think, and private circles. been competing with our own mills here in never have thought, that Irish independence Itshould not be expected of the manu- our contemporaries to abandon a practice that ifthe free-traders should not only de- ble ever comes of the jury's report, yet itsuc- The entertainment referred to was givec facturer that he be the only consumer of which is so pernicious inits effect and leads feat Gibson's friends in the primaries but eceds in smirching men's reputations and our own local markets and cutting into our will come about save by arms. The trade in Central American ports. The cause mentary and constitutional agitation parlia- at Beethoven Hall in the Hotel Savoy. home-made goods. carry the State for a Senatorial candidate nearly always in making spurious political ot the so directly to a violation of law. Sooner of this was that the basis of all our calcula- last twelve years have had the tendency to The King's Daughters gave a literary and pledged to support Cleveland, the tariff capital for somebody. That is the way Alameda We ought to show in the Fourth of July or later such publications will surely be issue would be the most important one be- County has known grand juries to be for years. tions is the price of wheat inLiverpool, and paralyze the patriotic elements everywhere. It musical programme for the benefit of was generally expected the celebration how much we have profited by stopped, for if the present laws do not the price of California wheat has been from $1 ment would pass some that the British Parlia- Home of Incurable?, and it was announced suffice new laws will be made, but we have That is fore the people in 1896. We can turn our has justthe way, too, with the Grand Jury that to $1 50 a ton higher in Liverpool than that measure, allowing Ireland substantial home-rule have a Parlia- at the close of the formal exercises that the fiestas of the season. a right to expect that the press of Calfornia attention to the money question in a Argus. adjourned inSan Francisco.— Alameda to from Oregon and Washington. However, they ment inIreland for the purpose of regulating Presidential campaign only upon the as- are getting better prices for their wheat and her own internal affairs. those who desired might enjoy the pleas- The unspeakable Turk is beginning to will not wait to feel the keen edge of a This is a year of education. Education upon cannot afford to cut in on our local trade now. Much was expected of Mr.Gladstone and the ures of the dance. Mr.Baker said he did sober up from too deep indulgence in the prosecution for crime before they cut loose sumption that our industries are to have at least the protection which the Senate not only the silver question but also the ques- We are now taking the bulk of the trade of Liberal party in England, backed by the Irish not know whether there was any dancing sublimity of his own Porte. from lotteries and cease to advertise a tion of protection. Itis a good sign that the China and Japan and a large part of the Cen- members in Parliament. But the Irish people or not, but the announcement was suf- have been entirely disappointed. The division nefarious and illegal trade. obtained for them by amendments to the people are investigating both questions. Ad- tralAmerican trade." Wilson bill. If there be any evidence that versity sets people to thinking, to studying, in the Irish Parliamentary party and the bad ficient. Factories increase the price of real estate, faith of the Liberals resulted in gaining noth- It was rumored that he had received a and benefit the merchant and neighboring the free-traders intend to make still fur- and the Times is open to the results of thought SUPPOSED TO BE HUMOROUS. ing for Ireland. Ifthe House of Lords were THE PREVAILING SPIRIT. ther steps in the direction of unrestricted and study. The only way to get right is to abolished some measure of home rule would peculiar letter from Los Angeles in refer- farmers by putting money in circulation. foreign imports, then, come silver or come learn the right and profit thereby. Hidebound Adam was profoundly conscious that he never be established. — But such as can ever pass the ence to his position on the subject, and British Parliament, either with Los Gatos h«s fallen into line with the made a mistake in his boyhood. Tammany House of Lords, will never do or without Ire- yesterday he gave the letter for publica- the The women of Los Gatos have taken the progressive towns of the interior, for gold, the people must rally to the protec- people never progress. "Live and learn" justice to tion, Improvement broom inhand and are going other tion of their industries, their wages and should be the motto.— Oakland Times. Times. land. Any measure that will pass even the that butitself trifling. He he considered in with reluctance, as its leading men and women have organized to make their town a picture of loveliness. an improvement club. Although we are "Papa, do lawyers tell the truth?' House of Commons will be accompanied by would be glad, their homes, and vote for the one party Cheap labor, carried to its logical conclusion, such conditions and limitations as to make it he said, ifits publication might lead to \u25a0 "Certainly, my boy; they willdo anything to inoperative and useless as a not yet full} informed concerning the 7 which can be relied on under all circum- means ruin to half the industries in the State home-rule meas- discussion of dancing as an amusement for In the Democratic rumpus in Kentucky scope of the club's intention, the names of stances to defend American labor from and the fruit industry cannot expect to escape. win their case."— Danville Breeze. ure. In other words, England will never con- Christians, as he believes that the churches it appears that Carlisle is the parrot and foreign competition as well as American Already Chinese coolies have leased several of sent to give Ireland any form of government as a whole, no niatter what stand indi- those organizing the movement are suf- The just collapsed Formosa republic couldn't or home-rule measure that will make Ireland a Blackburn is trying to monkey withhim. ficient to show not only that the club can soil from foreign aggression. the largest orchards in California, and they have bad the Chinese back of it. Itdidn't run free country. The interest in the present posed to it. vidual congregations may take, are op- also operate several canncrtes. It is needless long enough.— Philadelphia Times. movement will have the effect of making the The letter is as follows : There seems to be a profit for California achieve whatever it undertakes, but that it to state that the Japanese coolies, who are far keener than the Chinese and equally frugal, Irish national people more aggressive and Inventors of college yells can find a mine of more patriotic. As to the talk about ecclesias- — To Mr.Baker Dear Sir: I Los Anv.eles. in everything that happens, and even the willundertake those things which willadd AMERICAN RAILWAYS. have just read a gold stringency has caused a revival of all that intelligence can to the remarkable From the meager details of the seventh will not be clow to follow their example.— San Jose Mercury. — inspiration in sitting around listening to wo- tical interference that is all nonsense. men talk baby talk to their babies. Atcbison paragraph in the Los Angeles Times emanating from one of your red selves, headed, "Danced James Gilleran, proprietor of the Wind- in His Name." mining. natural charms which compose the envir- Globe. sor Hotel, said : onment of the town. statistical report of the Interstate Com- Itis not only good policy, but it is actually This master of teachers, Jesus of Kazareth, said, merce Commission, telegraphed to this self-preservation to support our own industries am An uptown man named Damm recently be- land's emancipation, I soulhavefavor of Ire- strainin speaking and the self-righteolis: "They While I heart and in of Ifitbe true that Olney's practice was It particularly interesting to observe is came the father of a bouncing girl. Ina fit of inthe success of the present do not much faith at a gnat, swallow a camel. They worth $50,000 a year, we may put him down that both men and women constitute the City, the following summary and conclu- and our own people, especially where it can be movement. bina heavy burdens upon men's backs, but they sions may be made: done without the slightest sacrifice. Demand mental aberration he had her christened Hebe. I think the majority of all the Irishmen in themselves willnot touch them with one of as a man whose practice is much better club. The introduction of women into California goods in making your purchases. —Philadelphia Record. this City, as well as of the country, are in full their fingers." Has Mr. Baker or his wifebeen than his talk. these movements adds a strong element of 1. One-fourth of the total railway cap- Remember every dollar you spend for supplies sympathy with this new movement. History reared in cultured society? Did his red self grace and pertinacity, and the example set italization is in the hands of receivers, and and necessities manufactured or put up within Cobwigger— You seemed rather amused over tells us that ;io country or nation ever accom- ever realize the essence of poetry— poetry of IfPresident Zelaya of Nicaragua fail to by Los Gatos may be profitably adopted consolidate the Central American States, by every other town and city in the State. last year Bixteen roads were abandoned and seventy-seven were not operated. this State helps to support a Californian.—Peta- lumian. — the idea of your wife's wearing bloomers. plished its independence or freedom through thought, of manner, of feeling, of song, and, Smith You'd be amused yourself if you parliamentary movement. Ithas ever and al- lastly but not leastly, the poetry of motion? It ways been through and by the is to be greatly when "men he might try his "hand on the consolidation It the natural slovenliness of men that 2. Construction decreased heavily. could see her when she tried to find something Millions of dollars have been force of arms. as teachers thatregretted uneducated are chosen are too is Each day reports the gathering of conven- contributed to in her work-basket and emptied It into her the Irish cause from this country, and we stand ant to understand these fine instincts,ignor- and of Nicaragua. accounts in greater part for the barren, 3. There was an unusually heavy move- tions at some point in the country to discuss lap.— Judge. ready to do more, but want to see more effective men who seat themselves on pedestals of their ami ment in consolidations. the money question. Did it ever strike you action. There are upward of 500 members of own building aud treat others as animals ouly The lottery-ticket peddler can hardly be dreary and ill-kept condition of the towns. 4. The decrease in the number of em- that this is a most remarkable thing? Think Father— l — saw you kiss my daughter last the Knights of the Red Branch in this City n: to guzzle tea, pay prayers and support blamed for trying to sell tickets at every We may be sure that if women would take ployes was 10.76 per cent, and the amount ofit. Fourteen millions of voters are studying night, sir, and and I safe in saying the organization as a ers insupreme idleness. am teach- house where a newspaper that advertises a greater interest in town improvements of stock paying no dividends was 63.43 of an abstract and extremely difficult problem in Young Man— l your pardon, you did not. whole is heartily in sympathy with the move- beg What does Mr. B. mean when he repeats "in lotteries us taken. there would be no littered streets, no dirty Father— But I I say did. ment. I think the effect of the movement will his name" so oi ten? Does he mean the great finance, with the view of acting upon it. be for ultimate we must wait till Almighty Ruler of the universe or, concluding and ill-kept sidewalks, no dust in winter the whole. YoungMan— And I —insist you did not. We England becomes good. Bnt in war, The Santa Clara County Floral Society or mud in summer; that the streets would On its face this is a discouraging show- There never was anything like this before in had the gas turned off. Detroit Free Press. involved then strike we are all idolators, does he meiin the poor, her. We are too weak to cope with her other- murdered Judean peasant of1900 years' record the history of the world.— Seattle Times. proposes to hold a nower carnival next be lined with shade trees, that attractive ing, but a little explanation will change wise. who could not save himself from acrucl death. the aspect. The year was an exceptionally Through the power of the pen more than any Mrs. Caller— Have you made up your mind We could nssnredly advise Mr. B. and his con- year that will fairly mop the earth with parks would appear and that the residents where you are going this summer? freres of the Methodist ilk to read up and do a flowers and Los Angeles. would be persuaded to cultivate flowers hard one, the strikes of last summer and other influence new communities are formed, latent resources are developed and capital Mrs. Minks—Not yet; lam awaiting John's EXHIBIT AT ATLANTA. little better, instead of airing their ignorance. and keep their premises in a condition the general business depression affecting brought face to face with opportunity. The preference in the matter. Mr.B. has never learned to dance, or probably any other Forging lottery tickets is a mean kind of that would not menace the health of the the roads with peculiar severity. With newspaper is the forerunner of wealth, though Mrs. Caller— Do you always defer to his The Governor Is to Call a Convention out the beanrefined accomplishments. in thine own eyes," etc. Copy "Pluck rascality, but the employer who induces people. regard to the large percentage of roads in choice? of the County Super- the Master, Mr. 8., and try to follow the ore- unfortunately wealth seldom ruas after a his employe to buy tickets from him is en- Los Gatos lies in a cul-de-sac inthe the hands of receivers, they are largely the newspaper unless ithas an ax to grind or a Mrs. Minks—Not exactly; I until he de- wait visors. cepts that he taught. Christ never spoke a gaged in a meaner kind still. long overland lines, such as the Santa Fe cides on a place and then I insist on going word against dancing. His denunciation was Santa Cruz Mountains, and rolls gracefully grievance to ventilate.— Phoenix (Ariz.) Herald. eomewhere elst.— Richmond Despatch. At a meeting of the State Board of only against sin and hypocrisy. Yours in from the Santa Clara Talley almost to the and the Union Pacific. Had these been Trade on the 11th inst. a committee was friendship, Julia H. Perry. managed with the shrewdness character- "The ladies, formerly our superiors, now our As the Baltimore Sun concedes that summits of the mountains. The view t-quais," is the way a Colorado statesman pro- Darkeytown Captain (interested financially appointed to wait upon Governor Budd, things are looking blue for the Democrats over the broad valley is as enchanting as a izing the conduct of the Southern Pacific posed a toast at a banquet held in honor of the in the association)— See heah, Mistah Empiah, and suggest to him the advisability of CALIFORNIABUSTS. in Maryland, we may add another feature mirage of the Nile. Eight miles to the they might possibly have thrived as well. passage of the equal suffrage billin that State. delaws obdis assocyashun 'low yo' toe fine a calline a Itis quite clear that the terrible strain playah one hundred dollahs fo' drawin' a raz- State convention of all county Rupert Sclimid Is Working in Marble to ihe bright prospects ahead. northward rise the spires of San Jose, and That very tersely expresses an idea that is of last year will bring a permanent good worthy of the prayerful consideration of the zer. Wha'd yo 1mean, den, by only finin' dat Supervisors and have them appropriate at Carrara. if the air is clear the broad shining surface As the pioneers of California athletes in of San Francisco Bay is seen gleaming in result to the soundness of American rail- new woman and all her charming sisters.— Fresno Republican. — fitin'coon sixty ceints? money from their respective treasuries for Rupert Schmid, who has been in Europe Umpire Jefferson Well, de 'socyashun's got the purpose of sending a creditable exhibit since November, is coming home next the East, the Berkeley lads displayed the the sunshine twenty miles away. Toward way operations. The old slap-dash way of a fitin' chance of gittin'do sixty. Cat's what I the Cotton Exposition at Atlanta. Sort of grit that enabled their fathers to the east, across the valley, stretch the borrowing to an extent out of all propor- Do you want a recipe for hard times? Here means.— Judge. to month with a large store of marbles, which win California for civilization. tion to legitimate estimates of a steady it, The magnitude of this exposition did not he has made during his sojourn abroad. mountains of the Coast Range, the glitter- is: Three parts apathy, two parts silurian- "Ibelieve you call yourself a good Chris- dawn upon the people until after the ad- earning capacity has been destroyed, and ism, two and a half parts ornery, cussed miserli- At present he is working at Carrara, ie The Salvation Army camp-meeting ing dome of the Lickthe summit ofshining blazing star on Observatory Mount no longer may railway managers violate ness and two and a half parts greedy, grasping, tian, do you not?" asked the inquisitive per- journment of the Legislature, and conse- Italy, putting the finishing touches to a across the bay proves that people can be like a Hamilton, while stretching northward on accepted business canons in any particular. gouging avarice.— Santa Cruz Record. son. "I to be one," answered the meek man. quently it was too late to receive succor number of busts. Among them are Mr. thoroughly earnest religionists, and at the The very abuses which they practiced try through that source, and the matter of and Mrs. Peter Donahue, a bust of Gov- the west are the dark purple Santa Cruz The small farmer whose few acres are un- "So you really believe that the loafer in the calling a convention of the county Super- Bame time be as happy and jolly as children at a picnic. school- Mountains reposing in the shade of their own forests. ' Of greater value than this superb scenery have brought them severe punishment, and have invited the operation of those legal and ethical pressures which are subdu- is the most independent, contented man among l — mortgaged and whose industry supplies his slums who never does any good at all, is your family with the most of their living just now brother, and as worthy as you, eh?" "Er why— believe it every Sunday, at visors and asking their co-operation is the only feasible plan now open for raising the desired funds for the exhibit, if one is to ernor Downey, which will be placed in Holy Cross Cemetery, and busts of Mr. and Mrs. Barron, Alexander Montgomery, Adam bmitb, Miss Marguerite Wallace Inthe sweltering heat of Cleveland the ing them to discipline. Thus the past year us.— Woodland Mail. least. "—lndianapolis Journal. delegates to the Republican Leagne Con- is a climate that permits the extensive cul- be made. and James D. Phelan. Many of these has worked one of the most needed revolu- The executive committee of the Cali- busts are being duplicated. For some vention will be easily persuaded that the tivation of oranges, for this is above the tions that this country has ever seen, and PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT. FEAT OF FAST TRAINS fornia Press Association, which represents time Rupert Schmid's work at Carrara was Rational Convention of the party should level of fiosts, and fuchsias and scented we have taken one more step out of chaos. Lady Randolph Churchill is coming to about 175 papers in the interior of the interrupted by the severe strikes in the be held in San Francisco. geraniums grew to be trees. Itis the par- California Fruits on Eastern Tables State, has indorsed the action of the Board district, when the military had to be called adise of invalids and of sportsmen as When all the bewildering entanglements America on a visit. of Trade, and resolutions were passed at a out to quell the riot, and when blocks of Our own manufacturers are able to meet well, for the hunting and fishing in these resulting from the year's overturning have Hieronymus Lorm, the famous poet, philoso- Fiv« Days After Being; Picked meeting of that association last Saturday marble were hurled at the soldiers. All, any demands made upon them, and if they mountains are superb. Having so many been properly adjusted, the railway busi- pher and critic of Germany, is totallyblind. in the Valleya. and a copy will be sent to the Governor however, is quiet ttiere now. received the full support of the people of remarkable and peculiar attractions it is ness of the country will brighten and The third train of ventilated fruit cars and to all of the members and editors of In Munich, where the California sculptor settle itself into its proper place in the ma- Queen Victoria's Scotch journeys cost her papers in the interior, asking them to as- stayed previous to going to Italy, he saw a the State, several thousand more working- wonderful that the fame of Los Gatos is about $25,000 a year for traveling expenses. carrying California fruits to Eastern mar- great deal of Toby Rosenthal, of whose terial concerns of the Nation. kets arrived yesterday at Chicago after a sist in this undertaking. men and mechanics would nnd employ- not wider than itis ;but now that its own In new enterprises it will be the rule Mrs. Rebecca Harding Davis has just finished Following are the resolutions: latest paintings he speaks very enthusi- ment. citizens have taken in hand the task of run of 120 hours from Sacramento. The astically. Itis expected that Mr. Sob. mid Itis surmised that the thrifty beaux of expect early and generous returns. Oakland are appalled at the prospect of making itas attractive as possible we may henceforth that railways will be con- structed on straight business lines, in which an economical administration and a novel which will appear serially. She has been engaged with it six years. Itcost Sir Henry Irving$500 to answer the schedule time was maintained all the way through, so the fruit arrived on time and in excellent condition. The fruits sent to Whereas, The executive committee of the California Press Association has been advised that the State Board of Trade has passed lutions in favor of a State convention of reso- of July. —— willbe back in San Francisco at the end • * • having to pay 10 cents a vote if there reasonable profits will govern. There is first day's dispatches of congratulations from Chicago on the two preceding trains sold county Supervisors for the purpose of con- sidering the advisability of appropriating funds EXTENDING THE CABLE. Bhould be an election of Goddess of Lib- A NOBLE SHOWING. almost unlimited room for further con- Europe and America on his elevation to knight- for good prices that gladdened the hearts for making a creditable display of California hood. The Sutter.Street Company to Push Into erty, and are inspiring the sentiment ad- According to a compilation made by the struction, especially in the development of of many an orchardist. and as the third products at the great Cotton States and Inter- Richmoud. new agricultural areas; and as the new Edison comes of a long-lived family. His national Exposition to open in Atlanta, Ga., on verae to such a contest. Chicago Tribune, the rich people of the lot is in good condition equally satisfactory the 18th of September, 1895; and understand- The Sutter-street Railroad Company has roads will carry a very much smaller bur- great-grandfather lived to the age of iO2; his prices may be realized. ing further that the said State Board of Trade Labor Commissioner Fitzgerald is now United States have by gifts or legacies en- den of debt than the old, their profits will grandfather, 103; one ofhis aunts, 108; while By the new system and its improved has appointed a committee to wait upon the decided to extend the Pacific-avenue cable unearthing contract Japanese coolie 9in riched onr institutions for the public good be larger. Edison's father is Btillliving 90. at time schedule fruits picked from the trees Governor of the State for the purpose of asking him to issue a call for the said State conven- road from its present terminus at Devisa- Vaca Valley, and showing generally and by $10,434,150 siuce the beginning of the When Mme. Rachael saw her stout sister in orchards of the Sacramento Valley by tion, now therefore be it dero street out Pacific avenue to Walnut further that in skill in evading American year. That sum represents a part of what THE BERKELEYBOYS. dreseed for the part of a shepherdess her com- day can be forwarded to the capital city before night, or at least in time to make Resolved, That in view of the fact the that street. From Walnut an electric road will laws the Orientals display a superiority the public spirit, generosity and philan- ment was: "Sarah, dear, you look like a shep- connection with the special fast fruit train said Cotton States and International Exposition is assuming proportions vastly more important be built through the Richmond district to that staggers the rascals of Europe. thropy of American millionaires have done Itis only natural that the severe setback herdess who has just dined on the flock." than was at first anticipated, and promises as D street aivl the park. leaving that place at midnight. Then Robert F. Morrow, president of the road, — for the people in the ppace of five months. certainly a noble showing one that which the Berkeley teams received at Chi- Dr. Max Nordau gives his professional ser- they are whirled away at a speed greater an exposition of industrial resources to be sec- says the extension to Walnut street will Old Bismarck planned the canal from Itis cago on Saturday should make the lads vices free to the poor inhis neighborhood, in than that made by former mail trains. ond only to the great World's fair; and in view of the further fact that other States and many probably be completed within sixty days. the Baltic to the North Sea and the Ger- cannot be equaled in any other age than feel more or less dispirited, but that is only Paris,and likewise to the ueedy members of The result is striking. For these same luscious iruitß can have passed across the foreign countries, including Mexicoand a num- He could not say how soon the road" would man people paid for it, but now buth this nor in any other countryobjects ours. than because they had been hitherto so remark- the Austro-Hungarlan colony in the French ber of South American Republics, are preparing be extended west from Walnut Bismarck and the people will have to give As an illustration of the which ably victorious. Considering the fact that capital. continent and then through Eastern mar- to make exhibits of their resources at said ex- position, we, the executive committee of the through the Richmond district. The street route enpage the support our millionaires and kets and be upon dinner tables within five has not yet been definitely determined. the glory to the Kaiser and bow down in an evidence of theof comparative support they plunged into these contests in a hot Postmaster-General Wilson's wife has never days after they were picked from the trees California Press Association, believe that Cali- fornia should oe represented in a creditable This decision on the part of the railroad doing it.for such is lifein a monarchy. and debilitating climate to which they taken any interest in her husband's public in California. Three companies, the Cen- given to different classes of institutions, it were utterly unaccustomed, immediately career. She has lived year inand year out at manner at said exposition, and we further be- company will be quod news to the resi- tral Pacific, Union Pacific and Chicago lieve that the best method of raising means to dents of Richmond and will materially aid noting that of the total amount Charleston, W. Vs., never appearing in Wash- ' The rich consumer should order the pur- is worth 9, after a fatiguing trip of 3000 mile and ington for more than a week at the longest, and and Northwestern, have made this possi- that end will be, as suggested, through the its already healthy rrowth. veyors to his household to deliver him stated colleges and universities got $4,075,- that they acquired their prowess and ble by their united efforts, which give Supervisors of the various counties acting to- only California-maae articles, and thereby --750, hospitals $1,593,000, churches $789,000, conducted their campaign without the then not going out at all. them a profitable business. gether in State convention. Be it Resolved. That we most heartily further the Bacon Printing Company, 503 Clay street ' learn how much easier his rents would be libraries $208,000, and museums, art gal- help of trainers and attendants, and that Herbert Gladstone, unlike his distinguished father, who has always been the pink of perfec- Shoot for State Decorations. n indorse proposition for a State convention of county Supervisors to consider collected and how rapidly his empty ieries and other institutions $3,768,100. they have rushed out of one contest into tionin dress, wears ill-fittingclotnes. He is a Members of Company G, First Regiment, N. the subject of making an exhibit at Atlanta, and -advising on other Pineapple and cherries, 50c Ib, Townsend's.* houses would fill up with prosperous ten- The splendid showing made by these another with the bravest teams that the hard student, has no sense of humor and Is G.C, have been ordered to attend the first matters for the advancement of their several Geo. W. Monteith, law ofiices, Crocker bldg.# ants. figures is the more notable because the East can produce, without taking time for greatly trusted by the Liberal leaders for his semi-annual shoot for State decorations at localities and the upbuilding California, and country has barely emerged from two rest and recuperation, and tftat they have Shell Mound Park on next Saturday. This is we hereby ana herein petitionof the to directness and scrupulous honor. Governor to issue a call therefor, in accordance with Wine-drinking people are healthy. M.&.K. As Fritz Schecl was the director of the dreary years of industrial depression and traveled more than any other team in the in accordance with a recent order that no the Board of ,Trade, at as wines, 5c a suggestion of the State glass. Mohns& Kaltcnbaoh. 29 Mkt* concert at the park last Sunday, we sup- money is scarce, and because, with the ex- M. Alphonse Dandet has returned to Paris more shoots by tue National Guard shall be history of athletics, the record which they much improved inhealth by his trip across the held on Sundays. The members of the com- early a date as possible, promising him and the pose that he is responsible for this way of ception of $1,000,000 given to Columbia have made, even including the disaster at pany willbe allowed to report at the range in said proposed convention our hearty sup- An inch of rain, falling upon an area of channel and his stay In England. In some port In their efforts aimed at most announcing "the first number on the pro- College by Professor Low and 5500,000 to Chicago, is the most brilliant of modern fragmentary notes of his journey which have fatigue uniform at any time during the day be- tion of the desired end. the consumma- one square mile, is equivalent to nearly gramme: 'Star-spangled Banner,' Sir the University of Pennsylvania by Provost tween the hours of 8 a. m. ami 7 p. m. and they 17,500,000 gallons, weighing 146,250,000 times. seen the light the novelist expresses much willbe dismissed as soon as their score is com- pounds, or 72,625 tons. Francis Key." We must infer from this Harrison, there have been no very large or gratitude at the warmth of his reception in pleted. either that Francis Scott Key had been exceptional gifts or bequests made thus far The strength, endurance and pluck which tbey.have displayed are unequalrd and in- England. FIRE DEPARTMENTSUPPLIES. knighted at some time (in which event the during the year. The sum therefore repre- Plymouth Churcb. The Manufacturers' Association Yon want a medicine that willkeep yon In *ood credible. Suffering every possible extra- The health authorities of a number of Rev. Henry Varley, who has preached in Asks health and build up tbe weatrned system? Then Preference for Home Products. "Bart." should not have been omitted) or sents what may be considered the normal neous disadvantage, including the won- Hood's Sarsaparilla, the only true blood puri- that the ghost of that delightful pirate, donations of American wealth to American derful stimulus which the presence of States have recenMy made exhaustive ex- nearly all the large cities of the English-speak- The Board of Supervisors have adver- take nerve tonic and appetizer. tier, fcrir Francis Drake, is haunting Conserva- education, culture and charity. They aminations of the baking powders wiih ing world, is conducting services, this -week tised for bids for suppliesjfor the Fire De- friends imparts, and supported only by the uniform result of finding the Royal only,in St. John's Presbyterian Church every partment for the next two afternoon and in Plymouth Church Db. Siegxrt's Angostura Bitters are the best tory Valley. amount to about $2,000,000 a month and their phenomenal grit and heroic pkysi- superior to all others. every years, and con- evening, except Saturday. tracts will probably be let to-day. The remedy for removing Indigestion aud all disease* of the digestive organs.
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