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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

VOLUME LXVII–No. 132. The Morning Call. SAN FRANCISCO,TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1890 –EIGHT PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS/

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WILL RESIGN. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

WILL RESIGN. Statement That Queen Victoria Intends to Abdicate. She Thinks the Prince of Wales Ought to Be Given a Chance. Special Bill to Be Introduced in Parliament Conferring Upon Her the Title of Queen Regent. - Special by the California Associated Press. - New York, March 31. — The Morning Journal's cablegram from London HI : = lt is now said on the highest official authority, as well as being a matter ??? Parliament and at the clubs. ??? Queen is seriously considering the ??? abdicating the throne. The recent ??? ?ption of the Prince of Wales by the German Emperor has had a great effect on the aged Queen; who is convinced that her son ought to have a chance to play the leading role in England during the rest of her life, which certainly will be short. The Queen's bodily infirmity is increasing. She is so rapidly running to flesh that massage is necessary to assist her breathing. One strong objection the Queen has to abdicating is the contingency of being called ex-Queen. She w...

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KEMMLER RESENTENCED. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

KEMMLER RESENTENCED. The New York Wife-Murderer to Be Executed by Electricity New York, March, 31 - Kemmler, the wife-murderer, the first person to be executed by electricity, has been resentenced to die the week beginning April 28th at Auburn Prison.

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li ■ " Sls7fr'Sl>:'■ltAltf;uoAV:s7* [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

SUNS AND RAINBOWS. A Phenomenon Observed at New York and Connecticut. New York, March 31, - Three suns, each surrounded by a halo, appeared simultaneously with three rainbows at Newbury, N. Y. at 7:30 o'clock this morning. The same phenomenon appeared at Bridgeport, Conn.

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RAILROAD TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

RAILROAD TOPICS. RAILROAD TOPICS. Seeking Terminal Facilities in Seattle, Th??? Decisions Reversed. Washington, March 31.— ln the Supreme Court to-day ???es, involving suits of the Oregon ..... and Navigation Company again?? ???goi?ian Railway Company, were ??? with costs. The suits were brought ?? appeal from the Supreme Court of State of Oregon, which court had award?? three years installment of lease money ?the latter road, and this ??? present court overrules. The reasons are the same as ??en in the decision rendered by the Supreme Court in the case of same vs. same at ?the last term. St. Louis, March 31 - Trains conveying the American Association of General Passenger Agents arrived here this morning from the City of Mexico. Seattle, March 31.— Wednesday evening the City Council will act on the railroad franchises asked for by the Union and Northern Pacific Companies. The situation is a peculiar one. Railroad avenue is but 120 feet wide, and 98 feet has already been granted to t...

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THE CITY OF PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

THE CITY OF PARIS. It May Be Necessary to Beach the Vessel to Fin??? ???er Damage. jSp. ■■■ Ml ;.* - At Queens??? ??? 31.— The stern of the City. lf a ; .. deeply sunk. The - - ???om the ctl .c oiu. ary through the making a thor- . \ dispatch re- • liuiian Line ;: of I'aris and it Liverpool trains early this n v< Ding Ji-uiitch . . .: the water in -it am It'amer will be ; iking.' ..;, ■■- ate unable to '1... U engine. •t tlie beaching of . 'iiisk of breaking ■Xre, v. ill he re- , -lute necessity. ■ 7:iEx : -:: : and. Fatally :- ; /iffl(l7*77 • < : . -J 31-p.E. Wit 7--77-:77 ;",-j: ■■'■*] vy°i<ti(iett : 'by'i.isV •j-iuarreiod^ arid ' - " '- JUJi a mitt de-. . "idrai She :. -»!!.' i^Jrs/WilX 7 -.. J lil. ■■. "v. \ J- th» jD.-appiag . • .■'-'"■■ ..'X ?■ .J't.'e'n-Jtriar,. a' ■ •''•:. :.'■•-' ■'-'■, V* a? almost ■ '. J ■ '■ .'••■X-.. Tj ■(.• • .XX-yvT- ":•:'::'-. ■-■-"."•■) -XVJ^tiOO.- The lire.' "77 ■ : :l- '7i;x: }/ y{'*}\.: i -. rough-. the ; ■x • -xx...

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:'UOREENWAV WILiU resign. V [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

GREENWAY WILL RESIGN. Lieutenant-Governor Schultz Withholds the Delinquent Tax Bills. Winnipeg, March 31.—Lieutenant-Gov-ernor Schultz to-day informed the Government that he had decided to withhold his consent to the two bills enacted by the Legislature providing for the sale of lands for delinquent taxes. His action has caused ??? excitement, and it is stated to-night ??? Premier Greenway and his colleagues ??? resign their portfolios. If they do Joseph Martin, who retired from the office of Attorney-General to-day, will be the new Premier and Isaac Campbell and Clifford Sefton will succeed Greenway and Smart in the Cabinet.

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• -*•—— A PLOT AGAINST THE CZAIt.. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

A PLOT AGAINST THE CZAR. A Russian Nihilist Who Preferred to Die Rather than Murder His Ruler. St. Petersburg, March 31.— The man who committed suicide yesterday left a letter, in which he confessed that he had engaged in a conspiracy against the life of the Czar. The. letter said the writer and his fellow-conspirators had drawn ballots to decide who would take the Czar's life. The ??t had fallen to the writer, and rather than commit the deed he determined to take his own life. The letter gives the names of the writer's accomplices, several of whom have been arrested.

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.. —' ■». — m i .-ROXAJL VISITORS. – [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

— ROYAL VISITORS. — ???oposed Trip of the Duke and Duchess of Cannaught Through Canada. Montreal, March 31.- The Duke and Duchess of Connaught will arrive ???... tween ?????????????he comm?? ?????????????es would ?????????????vn. that ?????????????in his dut ?????????????- zens of ????????????? SIGMUND BEEL The California Violinist Tendered a Reception in New York. New York, March 31 - Sigmund Beel, the noted California violinist, who has been abroad for five years and is now en route to his home, was given a reception this evening at the studio of Miss Clara McChesney. Lizzie Boyer and Augusta Lowell sang and Nanine Craddock recited. They were all Californians. -

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THE STRICKEN CITY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

THE STRICKEN CITY. A Water Famine Imminent at Louisville. The List of Victims of the Cyclone Now Placed at One Hundred. The Mississippi River and Its Tributaries Rapidly Rising, Owing to the Rain and Snow Storms. Special by the California Press. Louisville, March 31 —The snowfall yesterday has done considerable damage to exposed goods. The devastated section was crowded with sight-seers. In West Louisville not a business house was left standing, and but one dwelling can be seen. Only one person was killed. The injured number fifteen, of whom four are not likely to recover. A large portion of Webster County was devastated. Buildings were demolished and timber uprooted. Seventeen deaths are reported. At Clay, Ky., over forty buildings, including all the churches and every business house, were, destroyed, and the loss to life is heavy. In all the churches yesterday special services were held, and masses for the dead were said in the Catholic churches. In Daviess County, Ind., houses an...

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. THE MISSISSIPPI FL' – >»■» J [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

THE MISSISSIPPI FLOOD. Rain and Snow Cause the River to Rise Rapidly— Greenville Inundated. MEMPHIS, March 31.— The disaster in the Mississippi Valley increases. The fifteenth crevasse opened on the lowlands early this morning. The levee gave way at Austin, Miss. The opening started at five feet, and by 7 o'clock had increased to 400 feet. All efforts to close it have been in vain, so far. No lives were lost, but many head of stock, were drowned. The main levee at Greenville broke to-day, leaving the inside levee liable to go at any minute. The crevasses in the levees commencing first south of this city are with the date of the break, and width, as follows: Austin, March 31st, 400 feet; Laconia Circle, Miss., 26th. 1200; Chicot, Ark., 27th, 400; Sappington Hoop, Ark., 9th, 1500; Arkansas City, 24th, running over the top; Eulaw. Ark., 26th, 200; Easton, Miss., 28th, 2000; Mound Landing, Miss., 28th, 1500; Huntington, Miss., 28th, 300; Offuts Landing, Miss., 13th, 1500; Luna, Ark., 18...

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:7 JAPANESE DICATE. „7.7'j [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

JAPANESE SYNDICATE. Mines to Be Developed and Coal Exported to San Francisco. Chicago, March 31.-N?? Tomonar?? a civil engineer of Japan, is in this country inspecting various, engineering enterprises with a view to their application to the work of a Japanese syndicate backed by the Government and with $7,000,000 of ???- nary capital, for the development of the coal-mines in Northern Japan ??? ???- tion is to export the coal to San Francisco for Pacific Coast use.

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:,a.)"£*%£" !::•>' i,f" '■":':,' wf [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

SHOT HIMSELF. Suicide of a Wealthy But Dispirited Cleveland Grocer Cleveland, March 31.- Honson Hurd, a member of the well-known grocery firm of Babcock, Hurd & Co., committed suicide to-day by shooting himself through the head. Hurd had been feeling unwell the year past, and of late it has been ??? that melancholis had settled upon ???. Deceased was very wealthy. He leaves a widow and one son.

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j'X-x ,UAi.i,OT".r.>',r;>t;;,i. j [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

BALLOT REFORM. Governor Hill of New York Vetoes the Saxton Bill. Albany, March 31.- Governor Hill has sent to the Senate a long veto message of the Saxton Ballot-Reform Bill. Among his objections is that of unconstitutionality. He believes every voter should have the right to prepare his ballot at home or wherever he pleased and bring [it to]??? the polls and vote secretly.

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A MILWAUKEE FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

A MILWAUKEE FIRE. Burning of a Convent, by Which Several Lives Were Lost. Milwaukee, March 31, - St. Joseph's Convent was totally de???ed by ??? this evening, entailing a loss o?? ??? and the lives of Slater M????? and ??? ??? Joseph Chase of ??? F??? D???ant, resulting b??? in the ??? ??? Jury of ??? Werner, ???vice and Fireman Jacob Weber? Th?? fire was discovered in the ???t a few minutes ??? o'clock, and w??? a few minutes the entire building, which ?????? a ??? was filled with smoke, which cut. off the escape of the inmates by by way of the ?????. The inmates were chiefly young ladies who attending school and numbered about seventy, many of whom were forced to jump from the second and third story windows to save their lives. Sister Blanche and Novices Mary Werner and Rose Minet were on the fourth floor, and, ????? escape by the stairway cut off, were forced to jump. Sister Blanche ???v ne??? fracture of the spine and severe ?????? injuries from which she died ??? ??? hours. Mis...

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' liii: IXACK CASE. ! f [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

THE FLACK CASE. - Sentences Pronounced and Stay of Proceedings Granted. New York, March 31.— Ex-Sheriff Flack was sentenced to two months in the County Jail and a fine of $500. A motion for a new trial was denied. Joseph Meeks, referee in the divorce ca??, was sentenced to one month in Luduistreet Jail and the same fine. Will Flack, the Sheriff's son, has been sentenced to four months in the Penitentiary and $500 fine. Dilworth Choate, the reporter who was detected eaves-dropping in the jury-room during the jury deliberation, is sentenced to imprisonment for one mouth and $250 fine. A stay has been granted in the cases ol the two Flacks and Meeks, pending an appeal.

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♦_ . j X.° READY/ roil BUSINESS. ;'. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

-♦- READY FOR BUSINESS. Sullivan Willing to Meet James Corbett in Sparring Match. New York, April I.— Jack Barrett, the manager of John L. Sullivan, says that Sullivan is willing to meet James Corbett of San Francisco in a sparring contest of four to ten rounds for the gate receipts and an outside purse. Corbett made his first public appearance at the Brooklyn Theater to-night. He boxed three rounds with Professor Donovan. Corbett looked like a giant beside the veteran middle-weight, and his long arms were sent in against the professor's diaphragm too often for Donovan's comfort. The Westerner made a good impression and was liberally applauded.

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TWO RESIGNATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

TWO RESIGNATIONS. Sequel of the Wrecking of the Sixth National and Lenox Hill Banks. New York, March 31. - Ex-United States Treasurer Conrad N. Jordan, President, and Charles J. Conda, Vice-President, resigned from the directorate of the Western National Bank at a ??? ??? this afternoon. The resi? ??? ??? the recent operati? ??? ??? Equitable and ??? Jordan ??? syndicate money, and had to ??? the banks to recover par? of the loans. Brayton Ives, ex-President of the Stock Exchange, succeeds Mr. Jordan.

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■ ♦—- . -'-' >i I SHOT THIIOIUII THE HEAD.? [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

— ♦ — SHOT THROUGH THE HEAD. An Omaha Peddler Instantly Killed by an Unknown Person. Omaha, March 31.— W. C. Chronister, a tinware peddler, was shot through the head and instantly killed at the house of a woman named Reed, ten miles north of here, last night. Chronister boarded with Mrs. Reed and was in the parlor talking to her, when some one fired at him through the window. A farm-hand named Toney Frank, who has been a suitor for the widow's hand, has been arrested and charged with the murder.

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A CItAZY MUHDEHEK. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

A CRAZY MURDERER. An Inmate of an Insane Asylum Killed by a Fellow-Lunatic. Charleston, March 31.— Dr. Charles R. Kershaw, for twenty years an inmate of the State Lunatic Asylum, was choked and beaten to death by Stephen Danario, an Italian murderer, also an inmate of the latter for ten years. Denario nearly killed an attendant who tried to rescue Kershaw. -♦-

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