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Arrest of a Cle "man. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
Arrest of a Cle "man. Olean (N. Tr.), April S.-Kov. J bu Douiherly Wood, a Meibodist Minister at I'o it Allegheney, Jl'ii., liat beeu arrested and charged with Mpmj, preferred by Mrs. Alice Wood of Phllllpsburg, V J., wife number one, who claims that Wood married Ida Bell Maun at lluflalo last December lind has been living with her since. She was married to Wood Decembei 28, 1888. Wood is in custody awaiting bail.
Wants an Investigation. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
Wants an Investigation. Baltimore, April 6.— A special to the Sun says that Captain Unwell of the ship Atlanta has forward charges to the Navy Department alleging that he and Lieutenant-Commander Coupen were unjustly suspended by signal and kept under suspension fur several days becau.it! the Atlanta, whose engines weie disabled, failed to keep Iv position when tho squadrou of vvolutiou was leaving Viliafrauca.
Col apse of a Trust. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
Col apse of a Trust. Chicago, April 6.— The Chicago Gas Trust 13 now a thing of the past. It Is said the new company, organized under the laws of New Jersey, has purchased the entire plant and franchises cf the Consumers* and Chicago Gaslight and Coße companies, and In future will operate them. The new company is called the Chicago Gas Company.
COLOMA'S ARREST. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
COLOMA'S ARREST. His Inexplicable Conduct When Charged lith Smuggling. New York, April 6.— Michael Colom*,enarget with attempting to smuggle $2."it)o worth of jewelry, was before Collector Kihait yesterday with a written statement that he is a citizen of (Guatemala, aud intended to take the jewelry home as presents io bli family. The Colieotor sen; him to tlie United States District Attorney, as the case has been before the Uulted Stale- Commissioner. Hefei ring to the arrest of Michael Cnlum.i of Guatemala for smuggling, the Deputy Collector said official repoils of the seizure in.ike Cnlmna'i conduct Inexplicable. " H&gt;* H a nealihy man aud Ikis no motive for smuggling, yet his eveiy act was ih.it of v skilled smuggler," said the officers. He landed wit D IWO mink*, placed iwo coins on ilia top ol the tray of one wneic the Inspector might see them. Finding the. Inspector could uot he bribed lie promptly, beloie th« trunks cnuld be examined, made an entry of them In bund ...
AN IMPERIAL AUTHOR. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
AN IMPERIAL AUTHOR. A Fantastic Pamphlet Credited to tbe Fen of Kaiser Ylilhelm. London, April 5.-Eni|ieror William lias been upending a (.Meat deal ot Ills tima lv -lv.lv. Me Is engaged upon the preparation of a speech which he has decided to deliver In person at the opening of the New lieich*tac. The sp ecu will be the buest ever delivered from the Ueiman throne, according to current report*, among other things beini; auoiher essay upon capital and labor. The Kaiser !s also credited with the suihnr- • hip or a sensational pamphlet ]ti«t published anonymously in Berlin, la which Imperial ".on 1-1.1 la fully explained and Justified, l'tie . .pamphlet gravely n«»&lt;; t that the Emperor Is at lie head of a secret socleiy which numbers aiming In members Caprivl ana the Minister of War, which has tor Its chief object the reconciliation ol the Democratic purlie- alienated by llisunrck. The Emperor sees the monarchal principle gradually sinking, but the fact simply stimulateshim ...
THE MISSISSIPPI FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
THE MISSISSIPPI FLOODS. Another Sericus Break— The River Fall- ing acd the Worst (her. Arkansas Citt (Aik.). Anrtl !&gt;.— The levee just al'ove Catfish l'oint, Miss., has broken, and last night the crrvasse was neatly lion feet wide and veiy deep. lie break is said to be by far the noint one that lias yet occuned on the Mississippi side. A tremendous volume of watei Is comiim out of !he cievasse and sweeping everythlug brfoie It. Many head of siock have already been cairird away, but no lives have been lost. Thu siiilei inn that will follow the disaster will b-' l'i ea: . llei.fna (Ark), April s.— ltiver men express teais ol a desliuciive rise within ten days below ltcd Hlver. When the oveitluw conies out of ihe iensas swamps they say the Yazoo ami T. usas levees will go. MEMPHIS, April s.— Reports from Ihe flooded secllojis 10-nitlil are sliklii ly more favorable. Heie and iliere the conditions seem worse, but II is believed the worst is over now nil alone "ie line: and un...
FIRED INTO A CROWD. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
FIRED INTO A CROWD. A White Man Murdered by a Colored Knight Templar. Fittsbuhg, ADrll 6.-Durlng the parade of the colored Knleht lemplari last night a white woman was Jostled by the inarelieis and an unknown white man Inirifered. A colored Knight named l.ightei drew his levulver aud tired into the ciuwd, shooiing John O'llara ana Martin Fahey, the founer ihruugl) the lieart, kiiiltiK him In-lanily. Kahey was Hiruck in tlie bacn and will piobabiy lecovcr. Lighter escaped.
HAYMILWS RESIGNATION. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
HAYMILWS RESIGNATION. IteporU Concerning Stanford iincl Jndga Nnwyer Flntlv lii-ulcil. Following the resignation of Creed Ilaymond from his position as chief of llie Southern Pacific Company's Law Depaitment a rumor has u«en circulated (hat he would succeed Stanford la the United State* Senate. A reporter of The Call Intei viewed Senator Siautoid last eveuinc upou Hie subject. The Senator said ho never replied to newspaper attacks upon himself; that he now heard the rumor lor the first him ■•, and as far at lie was coucjrned he bad no knowledge whatever of the falter. AiWiher rumor that Judee Sawyer of the Unlt«d stales Circuit Court had resigned to succeed Creed Havmoud as chief counselor of the Southern Pacific Company U denied by Jud^e Sawyer as having absolutely no foundation.
A Mother's iw qin>m■. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
A Mother's iw q in &gt;m ■. The will of Mary o'Melll has been filed for probate. She died on March 24th, leaving real estate worth Bll,lf&gt;o. She bequeathed a lot at Twenty-fourth and Bartlett streets to her daughters, Louisa M. and Teresa J. O'Neill, ana the residue to her eons, Henry, John and George, and the daughters in equal shares.
Kverythlng to the Widow. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
Kverythlng to the Widow. Tbe will of Charles Villedieu, who died on tbe Ist, leaving a liquor-store at Post and I.arkiti streets worth $500, lias been filed. Testator bequeathed everything to his widow. acai&gt;emy of. Sciences.— A meeting of the California Academy ol Sciences will be held tomorrow evening. : Carl 11. Etgenmann will read a paper un ■_" Some Feature* •■ of. ,: me .;' FiesllWater Fauua ol South America." -
DESERVED PROMOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
DESERVED PROMOTIONS. Nelson A. Miles Nominated for Major-General. Colonel Benjamin H. Grierson to Succeed Him as Brigadier. A Bill Introduced Providing for a National Banking System— Amendments to the Articles of War. Special by the California Associated Press. Washington, April s.— President Harrison to-day nominated Brigadier-Geiieial Nelson A. Miles to be IMajor-Ceneral, vice Crook, deceased, aud Colonel Keujannn 11. Urierson to be Briga-dier-General, vice Miles, promoted. GENERAL. X. A. MII.KS. General Nelson 4. Miles, who succeeds the late Gt-uerul Crook as Major General, wan bom at WachusettvillH. Mass., August 8. 18:i!&gt;, and waseugaced In a civil occupation previously to the wai. lie joined the Twenty-second Massachusetts Volunteers, with the rank of Captain, on September i), 186 Lln May of tin- next year be was commissioned a Llr-uteimnt-Cohinel of the Sixty-first Mew York Volunteers, and Colonel of the same reglmettt on September 30, ltfi;-. The next step In his ...
CONG KIiSSION Ali ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
CONG KIiSSION Ali ELECTIONS. Favorab'.e Report on the McComas Bill to Prevent Gerrymandering. Washington, April s.— By a parly vote of 7 to 5 tlie Iti'ii-i- Committee on llio election of l'resldeut aim Yice-Piesldeut and Representative.- in Couti ess to-day authoiized a favorable rej oil, with amendments, on Hie McCoinas bill, to prevent geriymaudtTlug in tlie Congressional dlsti lets. . Tlie bill provide* Id, a Hie Uepieseulallves to Hie Fitly-second Congress shall be elected from dlslilcls composed ut I Ins same terrlioiy ana having the same boundaries as those , liom which liepresenlatives lv the FiUy-ilrst Congress were elected. The minority ul tin committee will submit a renoii In opposition to the bill. : The Republican members of the committee held a conference this morning and discussed the question of reporting the •™, national election law. The conference was very brief. It was (lete&gt; mined to report the bill to the full committee, which was asked to prepare a b...
COINGKKSS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
COINGKKSS. THE SENATE. A Bill Providing for a System of National Bunking— Measures Passed. Washington, April o.— The Seuate convened at 11 o'clock. Stewart Introduced, by request, bill* for the sale of a poitlon of Lime Point Reservation, In California, and for au lueteased water supply in Pluia County, Aiiz. At 12 o'clock me calendar was taken up and numerous bills pasted. Among them were the following: To provide for the dispoial of Inlerestou Virginia's Indemnity ; loeiect au additional llitMniKir oiiiMini; for a nalional mil jeum. and for the relief of Johu Me Beau ot Uinalllla County. Oregon. Ingalls iuliuduced a lull providing fora system of b.tukiui: by the United Stales, proposed by the vt agn workers' Alliance. It provides for the establishment of an Executive Department ot Kjukiuu, with a secretary at the dead, who will receive a salaiy ot $BUOO auuuaily, and four ii--i-t.nn secietarlesal salaries of $5000 each, banking for the people will be done fiee ol coat, cxciv t me ...