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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

THE MORNING GALL. The Largest, Brightest and Most Reliable of All the Dailies. THE MORNING GALL. The Largest, Brightest and Most Reliable of All the Dailies.

Publication Title: San Francisco Call
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

THE MORNING CALL Contains the Most Interesting and Reliable News. THE MORNING CALL Contains the Most Interesting and Reliable News. Catarrhal Dangers. To be freed rrom the dangers of suffocation whlla lying down; to breathe freely, sleep soundly and undisturbed; to rise refreshed, head clear, bnia active and free from pain or ache; to know "■-< no poisonous, putrid matter defiles the breath, and rota away the delicate machinery of smell, tasta and hearing; to feel that the system does not, through Its veins and arteries, suck up the poison that i* (or* to undermine and destroy, Is Indeed- a blessing tie. yond all other human enjoyments. To purchase im- , munity from such a fate should be the object at all afflicted. But those who have tried many remedies and physicians despair of relief or cure. San ford's Radical Cubs meets every pom Catarrh, from a simple head cold to the most loathsome and destructive stages. It Is local and const! tutlonal. Instant In relieving, perma...

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TURF EVENTS AT SAN JOSE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

TURF EVENTS AT SAN JOSE. The First Day o! the BloodHorse Meeting. Del Mar Captures tbe latrodnction Stakes in a Clcse Fmisn. RcCias Comes In First in the Vendome Stakes acd Rinfax Also a Winner. Faustine's Great Race. Special \>y tlie California Assoetated Press. San Jobs, April s.— San Jose's Blood-horse Association Is assured of two important factors in the success of its second spring meeting, commencing to-day— perfect weather and a firstt'la«s conditioned fast track. The probable light fields, due a great deal to tlio very wet weather which has prevailed all winter, preventing tht) entries lot the earlier spring events getting into condition, will unfortunately, it Is feared, affect the attendance of horsemen, espt'Ci:i+iy the Sau Francisco contingent, of whom only the regular chronic race-goers have as yet put in an api eara:ice up to noon to-day. A round of the stables at the Agricultural Park, over which track the races will be run, showed the following siables to...

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SACBAMKNTO. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

SACBAMKNTO. Young Barks Knacks Oat Jack Lewis— Bobbed cf His Cash. Sacramento, April :3.— Young Burke of Chicago knocked out Jack Lewis of this city tonight,- at the Comlque Theater, in twelve rounds. ISoih are ligtii-welents, without much science. In the tenth round Burke cot in on Lewis' jaw a blow that made the latter groggy. After that to the twelfth round Hume had his own way. A young man named K. Dickey, who came here in cliaiue of several car-loads of frelcbt from Cult, claims lo Have been robbed last ■ni|!lit. As lie had been drlnkiug the probability Is he pot into some of it.c dives about the levee and had his pockets picked. A light tain begau fnlllyn cere this evening. lie follow ins: Commissioners of Deeds were appointed by the Governor tv-day: T. A. Dully, to reside at Washington, D. C. ; (teorge it. Taylor, to reside In New Voik. and David B. Whillier, to reside In Huston.

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EUGENE, OUIiGON. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

EUGENE, OUIiGON. Delegate to a E:puD:.can Convention Arrested for Bobbery. Eugene (Oregon), April s.— The following delegates were elected this.if tei upou to lie Republican County Convention, which will meet hi l.ugene uext Wednesday: isoutu liusenc— A. ]{. lilucaid. T. 15. Dunn. J. 11. HcClllug, W. 11. Abiams, S. 11. l"rieudlv. oil It lngham, A. K. fattenum, 3. G. Gray, E. C. Smith, ltudney Scott, P. K. Waiters, ,1. 1". Gill, Edward Hawkltut, c. A. i>av:s. J. A. BtialfiUt, W. U. Luckt-y and C. K. Roberts; Kortli l-:ili>eiit: — J. S. l'aj;e, J. .M. Hodson, V. H emeu way, W. C. lleiau, W. V. Henderson, li. D. l'anie, Wllltmn Edits, George Fl«lier. J. K. Nevrti«, W. 11. I'fiiton, S. llurr. William Dyslnser, G. V. Gi IUIh, W. T. Feet, U. C. Hum* phrey aim J. C. Church. A mau was arrested to-day at Albany and brought lo Eugene. He is supposed to Lave robbed Easllaud & Wilson's store here a few days ago.

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KBDDING. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

KBDDING. A Collision Delays the Portland Train for Two Hr.urs. Redding, Aprils.— As the Portland train, arriving Here at 4:50 o'clock this morning, was slowing down, preparatory to baiting at this depot. It collided with a freight train loaded with v. nod at the switch. The first car load -d with wood was badly damaged, and the second slightly so. The pilot of the enirlne was broken so It had to be taken off. The mail-car was luUKhly shaken up, but no one was bur . After a detention of about two hours the pas-euger train proceeded on its way uorth. Tbeiewasa warm shower last ui;;ht. It was cloudy and threatening 10-day. Easter services will be held in the Presbyterian and M. K. chureh'-s m the moraine, and Sabbath-school services In both the churches lv the eveulug. Both churches are beauti ully decorated already.

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A CIIOSS SLIT. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

A CIIOSS SLIT. The Clan McXeniie Sued for Damages by the Oregon. Portland. April s.— Tbe collision which occurred last December between the Clan Mackenzie and Un steamer Oregon results In another libel suit. After the accident occurred the owneisofthe Mackenzie Instituted a libel -cut against the Ore con to leeover damages in the sum of $100,000. 10-Uay the officials of the United Slates District Court were considerably binpii>ed when W. W. Cotton, literacy tor the Union Pacific Railroad, fi led a libel against the Clan Mackenzie and lier captain, John Simpson, loiocovei the sum of $30,000. - ■

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LOS ANGELES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

LOS ANGELES. An Attorney Apologizes for an Insult to a Superior Jodie. Los AM3ELES, April '<.— A few days aco Major Horace Bell, an attorney, insulted W.A. Cheney, Judge ot the Superior Court, while siting in chambers, ami Cell was cited to appear to show cause why he should nut be disbarred. Bell apologized to-day and the Older was vacated. Great interest was taken 111 tbe pioeeertlugs. Ai.tonlo Alau,rlco, a wealthy Mexican, was run over nt Santa Monica by the morning train, lie attempted to cross the track 111 limit of the train, li is horse was also killed. The body of Maurico was carried 200 yards on the cowcatcher.

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HELUXA. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

HELUXA. A Notorious Forger Sent to Jail— Tracking' a Murderer. Helena (ModL), April s.— Albert Jackson, the murderer of Lavelle, was 10-Uay sentenced to MFtiaiiKecl on May 17lh. Dr. Natuan L. Lonlek, the notorious forger, wlio is wanted in halt a dozen cities tor forgery • was to-day senuncid to four aud a half years' Imprisonment wUli li.r d labor. OUctsrs are 1:1 iiur.-uit ul ID- Clilnaman for the horrible butchery ot the Human here Tuesday inoiulug. The clew fouud l>y a lepoitcr yesterday proved to be the right uue.

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THOUGHT AN ACCOMPLICE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

THOUGHT AN ACCOMPLICE. A Passenger on the Alamo Stage Arrested for Bobbery. San Diego, April 5. — News comes from Ensenada that Jack Barnes, who was a passenger in the Alamo stage, held up by the lone highwayman on March 81st, has been arrested and jailed at En<eneda on suspicion of complicity with the robber. He will lie tried next week. Barnes was the only one with a pistol and slid lie could not get at it at the time because wedged In by men ou each side ol him.

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SIBI'CK BY AN li^GI.NE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

SIBI'CK BY AN li^GI.NE. Two Horses KUled and Their Young Driver Badly Hurt. L'jDi, March s— Vance Ward Treadway, aged 10 yeais. was driving a loui horse team over the railroad crossing at l,odi today. Tlie team was struck by an engine and two horses neie killed and the others badly injured. Tlie boy was badly hurt, but may recover.

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A Bine R-rlt £taoot. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

A Bine R-rlt £taoot. Tbavkr, April s.— The eutrles to the granJ |50 en'rauce Blue Kock shoot closed April Ist with five nominations— A. I. Iloppei, G. W. Beare aud John Shlell of Tiavei, s. H. Crane of Turlock.and Marlluez Chick of San Dieyo. The live bird sweepstake, which does uot close Iho entries till days of shoot, Ainil Till aud Bth, piomlses to be a grand .success, the manager, A. H. Woolery, having made great pieparations lv the way of live birds.

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A Mmf-Owaer Killed. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

A Mmf-Owaer Killed. Kt.na (Si9kiyou Uoniity). April 6.— Martin Olsen, owner of the best hydraulic mines ou Salmon Jtlver, was ildiug horseback over the tiall to Sawyers Bar, to his mines, Thurday uight, i". hen his horse fell, killing Olsen. The hone was also killed. lne mines geueraily are starting, with the best prospects In leu ye us.

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Santa Kosa Notes. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

Santa Kosa Notes. Sa>ta Rosa. April s.— f.aji nißbt a number of prominent lteiublican and Democratic leadeis Joiued in a si-jenade to the successful caudidates at llie leernl municipal election. Tney were headed by a br«ss baud. It coiiiiiieuced laming nils afternoon and it still couiiuuea witb piospects of au all-uiKht laio.

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Baie-b.l; at Anah°itn. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

Baie-b.l; at Anah°itn. Anaheim. April The Anaheim Base-ball Club defeated tlie Santa Anas by a score or 13 to c. on Ibe home grounds thin afternoon, Harry <Juiuinlne«, lor the Aualielm a, struck out twelve rneu. Tlie borne leant played all around llie Santa Anas They will pl.iy the I'omoua team tor a purse la a couple of weeks.

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lUinintr at Sisaons. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

lUinintr at Sisaons. Si-.-i.ss, Apiil 5— A heavy rain fell nearly all day, aud it still cuutiniifs tonight. The mow Is rapidly disappeariuii. The uiouiid Is bare, but theie is considerable snow iv llie woods.

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The Quarrymen. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

The Quarrymen. I.oi-.Mis, April 5.— All Is quiet here. The quarries are sbut down and tbe strikers are at then headquarters at ltocktiu. .

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PEOPLE TALKhD about. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

PEOPLE TALKhD about. Dom I'edro will visit Naples and Florence in the autumn. A Paris bankrupt selected the door-sill of tin- Morgue as a place lor suicide. Ex-Mayor Aljratn 8. Hewitt of New York has taken a Newport cottagf, the lirst one he ever rented. Lord Tennyson recently wrote that ho would never annin write a poem for publication. Tenaysao is reaching ycurs of discretiou. It is said that a young Parisian artist receully KuiuiitU-d .-uicido from love of Anielii> Jtivi-s-Chandler. It is more likely that he was drivi-n mad by trying to read " The Quick or the Dead." The new Duke Aosta, who would become heir to t!ie Italian throne in the event of the death of the weakty and delicate Crown J'riuep, is a tall, handsome young man with perfectly cut features. Johnson lirand, who died in Van Buren County, lad., a few days ago, weighed 400 pounds and measured nine feet around bis waist, i lie coflin for his body was so large that it could not bfi carried into the house. Tue ...

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FIGHTING FOR LEADERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

FIGHTING FOR LEADERSHIP. A Hot Battle Between Political Factions. Portland Wild Witt Excitement Over a Bitter Local Struggle. A Decision Affecting the Debts of Los Angeles and Orange Counties— Raising the Flag Over a School-House. Special by the California Associated Tress. IVihti.and, April s.— Sever before lias there been so much, political excitement in (Ills city as today, The two political factions of the Ki-ptib-lican party, one headed by Joseph Simon, i'otlco Commissioner, and the oilier by James Lotan, Fire Commissioner, each seeking political supremacy in the State, met In battle array and (ought the hottest (ire that ever occurred on Oregon soil. I'urchasab'.e votes weie bought like cattle, every vehicle In the city was engaged, and Republicans and Democrats alike look part in the contest. Voiini; places were thronged all the afternoon, and the contest was considered so close that many hundreds of dollars changed hands on me result. The Morning Oregonian came out leaning s...

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