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DOM PEDRO. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
DOM PEDRO. Fears That the Ex-Emperor's Mind Is Gradually Failing. Paris, April s.— Since Hie death of the Erapress Duiu I'edro lias not been what lie used to bo. Formerly lie was n cheerful man, but suddenly He became very silent, avoiding company, and sometime* for many days not leaving Ills room. Only lately, however, has tint conduct become a cause of anxiety to his entourage. He is constantly breaking Into fits Of violent passljn for the most trivial causes, and these outbreaks are followed by tits of terrible depression, when he is seen waudei ing about his apartments, moaning and crying like a child. The last outbreak of this description was when he received from the provisional Government at Elo Janeiro tii..- announcement of a very liberal advance of money, which they posed to mace to him on the sales of Ins Brazilian properties. \\ bat caused his fury was tbe preamble or the decree of allotment, tn which v was slated tint Hie object ol me measure was to relieve thewellkuown...
LOUDLY DENOUNCED. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
LOUDLY DENOUNCED. English Officials Censured for the Modus Vivendi Negotiations. Halifax, April s.— Advices from Newloundlaud show a high stale or excitement throughout the colony over the fishery modus Vivendi negotiated by Brilaiu. Newfoundlanders claim that Uieat Britain has nacrliied the sacred rights belonging: to the Island, Demonstrations are being held all over the country denouncing the Downluc-street officials, a great mass-meeting at St. John, at wbieii 4000 people were present passed me strongest and molt denunciatory lesoluuous that could be conceived. The speakers were cheered to tile echo. Business was wholly suspended for the day and a procession of lo.ouo paraded the *tr&lt; Ota will] banner*, i lie United Male* flag figured prominently. When ll)e"Slai Spangled Banner" was plated by a dozen bunds CU.OUO per-ous shouud themselves hoarse. Deletions will be dispatched to England, Scotland and Ireland to euli-i public sympathy so that such pressure may be brough...
A REIGN OF TERROR. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
A REIGN OF TERROR. St. Petersburg Prisons Faded With Stn- dents— A Nihilist Plot. London. Anil 6.— An Indescribable relßn of terror is spreading itseif like a black (on over St. Petersburg. All the prisons are so crowded with arrested students that Iniiuomi'lu places ot deteiiiiou ma bein^ piovided. Half the people one meets on thestieet are out striving to secure Influence aud the relt-ase of some son or bi other who Is imnrisoued. Many of these aie young men who belong to pioininenl families, some of whom aie nobl' s, aod the most cruel foicbodinijs are cau^ed by the noderstandlog tuat suine kind of a Nihilist plot lias been discovered, which i lie authorities mix up In their minds with the students' demonstrations. This means that huudiesd of mere schoolboys, whose only notion was tv protest against the Btupld mismanagement of tueir universities, will be &gt;n,i to deam in Sibei la. THe whole cuiuiiiuiiiiy is paralyzed with de spaiiini; sadness at the prospect. All sorts ...
THE PASSION PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
THE PASSION PLAY. Press and Writers of Paris Divided as to Its Merits. Paris, April s.— The Easter sensation has been what one evening journal calls " Hie Bernhaidt blasphemy," being the presentation of " The Passion of Our Lord" mystery. The play or poem was written some time Muce by llaranconn for the Odeon, but It was finally declined there on Recount of the censnr*' disposition to Interfere. The dress rrbflarsal given yesterday as it Is called. Is highly praised by a Urge school of able wilier*, but Ul-tluctlvely literary folk* side with the church in denouncing Sarah, llaraucouit. Hie poet, and the music. To-morrow at the Cathedral of Notre Dame.attlie Madeleine and other chuicSes the participants and those ' who countenanced '• The Passion," It is said, will be •.■xcunimuiilcaled. Tne repetition of the " Mystery" will be prohibited by ■ lie Mlnl-try on ihepieirxi thai there Is danger of a not among the spectators.
A TITLE AND FORTUNE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
A TITLE AND FORTUNE. The Minnesota Assistant Secretary of State Notified of a Valuable Inheritance. St. Paul, April s.— Herman Stockenstrom, Assistant Secretary of State, to-day received notice from agents of the Crown at Stockholm, Sweden, that by me death of his father, Count Stockenstioin, he Inherits a title, one of the oldest and most prominent In Sweden, and a large estate. The latter consists of landed property which Is entailed and a fortune of $300,000 In cash. Mr. Slockeusirom lias secured leave of absence and will sail tor Sweden May Ist to take possession of his Inheritance.
A STUDENT'S DEATH-TRAP. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
A STUDENT'S DEATH-TRAP. Frightful Fate of a Harvard Undergraduate. His Preparation for a Steam Bath Costs Him His Life. Several Philadelphia Firemen Overcome by the Fumes of Burning Pepper. Special by the California Associated Press. Boston, April 6. — While trying to take a Bteam bath W. J. Feid, a young Westerner attending the Howard Medical School, was fatally scalded at Ma bo&amp;rdlug-place here on Thursday, and died to-day. He had the boiler heated thoroughly and then going Into ihe bathroom closed It light, built a seal of chairs over the tub and turned on the hot water faucet. As the tub tilled : lie steam rose.euvelnplug him. The tub filled with scalding water, when the Improvised seal collapsed, dumping the unfoiinnate man iuto the tub. He mauaged to crawl out, but when the door was burst opeu he whs found uu the floor in a horrible condition, litererally cooked. He died this morning.
MILLIONAIKE MANSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
MILLIONAIKE MANSIONS. Costly Dwellings Being Erected by "Wealthy N\ w Yrrk C;fi9ns. -, New YoitK, April s.— The following costly buildings going up in this city are described by the Tost Ibis evening: H. O. Bavemeyer's house, corner ol Fifth avenue and bixly-slxih Street, will cost $250,000; Samuel Q. Barnes' house, on Riverside drive, will cost (100,000; W. Emlerj Boosevelt Is building a $75,000 residence; John S. Wilson's residence will cost t2GO.UOO; Isaac V. liiokaw is building on a J200.000 lot, mid [he buildlug will brine the cost 10 £700,000. It has b mi arranged that no building on the new short street, known as Central J'ark East, shall cost less than (150.000. The laud In this street Is valued at $600,000 and the improvements will cost $2,000,000 more. The lost also says (_'. Y. Hum melon's house on Fifth avenue, will cost near $1,000,000. John li. luiiiau will build on a lot for which be paid $150,000.
PICKED VV AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
PICKED VV AT SEA. Ten German Sailors Bescued on the Verge of Stsrvatirn. New TOBK, April s.— The steam«l)ip Snntlaßo baa arrived wnb teu Ueini in sailors ol the bark Lyilia Irom Cuba, who weie lescued at sea. The men weie ou the verge of starvation wbeu rescued. Tli- captain died after belut; taken on board. His dealh was hastened by yellow (ever, out'Ci liiducfd by exposure* The sbtpwrecked Brew lind been floitiii!; about for several days befoie being sithied by ihe Santiago. The latter vessel bad beeu seveial days out from Singapore after a voyage to ilio \\estludl=s. The Lydla foundered In a Rale oH Florida. The Santlano also brought Michael Brennan, a seamau ol Hie ship Albeinarle.i'liaiL'ed wlin murdering a nhii'iiuie named Henry Tasker while the Aibeiuaile was lying in (.ayida Bay, West Indies.
BILLIAKD TOUISNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
BILLIAKD TOUISNAMENT. Fine Playing at th&lt;&gt; Opening Game Between S'.ofs-e aud Catton. Chicago, April s.— At the opening game of the billiard tournament this evening a large crowd was hi attendance. The tame it.is between Slossou, who played 600 to Cation's 250 points. Klo«sou played a remarkable game, making 135, 77. 74, and 42 as his high runs. Total*— Slog* son, 500; Canon, 134. Fourteen Inch balk Una was the game. Following Is Hie score: Slos*ou — 135, 1, 33, 26, 7, 10. 20, 2. 10. 13. 0, 21, 0, 13, 5, 2, 77, 6, 74, 42—500; average. 25. Canon— 2 3. O. 5. 14, 2, 7, 47. 0, 0, 82, 4, O, G, S&gt;. IP. 11', 0, 1,0—134; average, C 7-10.
A JIIUMUH11 FIltK. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
A JIIUMUH1 1 FIltK. A Philadelphia I i, Ccffee ai.d Spice Manu- !»ctorv Destroyed riiiLADi i.i'iiiA, April 6.— A lire at midnight dettioyed the lea, Cilfee «nd spice house ol Middelon 4t Co. The Io&gt;« on stock is g£o,ooo. The Favorite Manntaeiurtng Oempany, adjnlulng, carry Inn a laij;e stock ol extracts, w.n daraaßM to lueextent of $16,00 U. Olber los-i-s le^cti an HKgie^aie of (17.000; ttie loss on buildings is $10,l'(A&gt;. Several Dremeo were overcome by smoke and pe^pei fuinc*.
SOUTH AMKKICAN TUADK. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
SOUTH AMKKICAN TUADK. A Syndicate E in? Organ zed in Ecston to Ba-.'d American V «s°ls. Bosti -n, April B.— lt Is reported that a syndicate is beiny organized In Hostou to build tweuty steamships to ruua^e in eoattwlse and lorclen trade as soon as the Kauiuhar Tonnage li:ll passes Congress. The plan is to build snips of the best lype for fieiulu aud passenger business; lo build them in American snii yaids, fiiihely of American material and to sail them under (he American Daft, borne will engage iv the Souib Aineiicau tiude.
A FAMILY I'OISOXt.D. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
A FAMILY I'OISOXt.D. Two of the Victims D?ad, and the Third Dangerously 111. CHICAGO, Apiil s.— Ueorge R. Noonan of EuKlewuod and tils wife died this moming aud Ilieir daughter Is seriously 111 from the eftecis of |.i .-'Hi that it is Uioaght srsVi ndmiiilstvred last ulght. The seivanl girl, Emms Staik, who Is suspected ■&gt;! t !■•.- cume, left this inorning for Larorte, Intl. The police have been telcgiaphed to arrest her. A tnil re«emblinK the servant boueht Kuii);li on R,its at a dtug-stoie near the scene of the poisoning yesterday.
CHINBSB lifclilSLATlON. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
CHINBSB lifclilSLATlON. Further Efforts to D;feat the Passage of the E-.um*ra'i-n Bill, New Yoiik, Aptil s— The Board of Managers of Urn American Bidio Society voted to-day to request Hie Senators from this St rie to use their Influence agaiD«l "legislation wtncli sttall exoltide f i om our innd any persons wnoaie now by oui laws entitled to visit and reside beie." The protect isdiicCied ai£.iiusl theanli-CUaiese bill.
ON A BAUFAGB. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
ON A BAUFAGB. An Asylum lomate Applies for a Writ of H ibeas Corpus. Kankakke (III.). April s.— Frank Collier, recently reeoailuitted to the asylum, lias beeu on a ranmtn lor iiit* nail two ■i.ij-. He made, today, hu application for a wru of habeas corpus before Jiui^e I'inlisbiii v.