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X HE NEWLANDSPOISONING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

X HE NEWLANDSPOISONING CASE. The Bemains Viewed by a Coroner's Jury and the I: quest Postponed. Chicago, April 7.— A jury was secured by Deputy Cqjroner Severson . to-day and viewed the remains' of Mr. and Mrs. Newlands, who died from the effects of rat poison,' administered In their food by Miss Emma r Starke. <> No ■_ testimony was taken. '?" . „". " l u ? st was postponed until : the ; 17th. The only motive the police can advance for the wholesale poisoning Is burglary, but, as nothing Is ' missing from the house, ; they do not put much faith in this theory. It Is believed that by the time the inquest Is held Miss Starke will make a confession. The two children are thought to be out of danger.

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A TREASURY RAID. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

A TREASURY RAID. A Syndicate Preparing to Take Advantage of a Supremo Court Decision. Philadelphia, April 7.— One of the most gigantic raids ever made on the United States Treasury is that which has been organized by importers of hat trimmings, ribbons, laces, satins, silks and plushes. Jf the syndicate which has the scheme in charge is successful the Government will pay out about $15,000,---000 or $20,000,000 in refunded duties. The United States Supreme Court gave a decision a short time ago in the famous Eidelhoff case, where suit had been brought to secure the refunding of customs duties paid at the rate of 50 per cent, which is the rate of duty on all silks.wliereas they should bave been taxed but _20 per cent. The Supreme Court decided in favor of Eidelhoff at the lower rate. The Secretary of the Treasury accepted the decision as applying to others of the same classes, which the department had contested and lost. In fact, it was then tacitly understood that this was to be a te...

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CALIFOKMA HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

CALIFOKMA HORSES. The Market for Eastern Stock Not Affected by tie Recent Sales. New Yoi;k, April The question having been raised concerning the effect of the sales of California horses here have hud upon the market for Eastern horses, several horse auctioneering firms have been interviewed. All agree that the market has not been affected. The following sums up the general opinion of the auctioneers: "California men sold :their horses on the basis of pedigree. There are many fanciers of pedigree, hence good prices ; but the average man buys a horse of which performance, Instead of pedigree, is guaranteed. Regular buyers are as numerous us ever. Sporting men buy pedigrees, but men who make horse markets possible buy horseflesh only. So the market is as lively as ever." The general idea of the auctioneers seems to bo to depreciate what they call "pedigree sales." No dissatisfaciion with the purchases of California blood-horses has been expressed by the purchasers.

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COUKT TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

COUKT TENNIS. Articles Signed for a Match for the Cham- pionship of the World. Boston, April 7.— Saunders, the professional champion court tennis-player of England, signed articles for a match for the championship of the world, of which Pettit of the Boston Athletic Club is the present holder. Saturday next f'ettit will sail for England to prepare for the contest.

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THE CHICAGO STRIKES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

THE CHICAGO STRIKES. Building Operations Throughout the City Almost Entirely Suspended. Chicago, April 7.— a mass-meeting of the union carpenters of this city Saturday night they made a demand for eight hours a day and wages not less than 40 cents per hour, and a strike was authorized to-day if the demand was not conceded. There was manifested at the meeting considerable enthusiasm. The strike has gone into effect, and, is binding upon all union carpenters engaged in the building trade iv Chicago and vicinity. The District Executive Board of Assembly 57, Knights of Labor, adopted resolutions last night notifying all Knights of Labor that they must not take the places of the striking carpenters under penalty of expulsion from the order. Of the 7000 carpenters or more in this city scarcely 100 are nt work this morning. Both' sides accented the situation as inevitable, and neither side will listen to a compromise. The only vital difference between them is the recognition of the employe...

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NEARLY A PANIC. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

NEARLY A PANIC. A St. Louis Wheat Speculator Fails for a Laree Amount. St. Louis, April 7.— Moses Fraley, a big wheat speculator, failed to-day. It is said be is short about $50,000. He has been on the long side of the wheat market and has been carrying a heavy stock of contract wheat and to-day was unable to respond to the call for margins. A panic on the Merchants' Exchange was only stopped by Frank Ryan, who went personally on the floor and sold May wheat freely. Fraley refuses to talk.

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THE WORLD'S FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

THE WORLD'S FAIR. A Special Session of ths Illinois L;gislatur_ to Be Called. Chicago, April 7.— lt is said that Governor Fifer will call a special session of tho Legislature to deal with World's Fair matters and request the various State and Territorial governments to make early appropriations to cover the cost of their {various exhibits.

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Star Tips. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

Star Tips. New York, April 7.-Star tips: At Gutteuburg—First race, The Bourbon or Larchmont; second, Verona or Gold Vase filly; third, Lotion or Ncptunus: fourth, lima B or Ford hum ; fifth, lago or Chambly ; sixth, Theora W or King Idle. At Washington— First race. Helen Wallace filly or Coiioliiutis; second, Mamie Hay or Fountain ; third, Prather or Frank Ward; fourth, Onward or Vivid; fifth, Cornelia or Village Maid. .

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Auction Sale of Eastern Horses. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

Auction Sale of Eastern Horses. New York, April Some large prices were realized at the auction salo of race-' horses of McMahon & Co. - Eoiian brought $3400; Speedwell, $2500; Falsetto, 82450; Pocatello, $3500; Kcmpiaud, $3200; Garrison. $2000. Falcon brought $2450; Prince Edward, $1200; LillieM, bay fiilly by King Ernest, dam Vina, $0500; Veva, chestnut filly, $1500. , - - • .••■•-

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Failures of Grain Speculators. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

Failures of Grain Speculators. St. Louis, April 7.— lt is i reported that Moses Fraley, the leading grain speculator of this market, has suspended. v Moses Fraley. states that the cause of his financial: trouble is that lie was called upon to-day for $210,000. His reply was that if the parties would wait until to-morrow he could settle. BBtB

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Corbett'i Boast – [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

Corbett'i Boast - New York, April 7.— The Press reports pugilist Jim Corbett as saying he expected to have a benefit in this vicinity soon, and that he would present the entire receipts to John L. Sullivan if be failed to defeat him In four rounds. The report is not generally credited. jii.F wwiiwh mil lljWilliJ|'||Ul||M

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Horses Burned and Shot. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

Horses Burned and Shot. ; Chicago, April 7.— Fourteen horses were burned to death ; this ; morning in the fire at Morse's _; livery stable. Hi Six .horses ¥, were shot. : Loss $15,000. ''-■■^§g^B^g^^Bß^

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RECIPROCITY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

RECIPROCITY. A New Treaty With Mexico Nearly Completed. Belief That Similar Treaties Will Be Entered Into With Other Republics. The Tariff Bill Will Not Bake Any Provision • for Unrestricted Trade With These Countries. Special by the California Associated Press. Washington, April 7.— The Star says: It is understood that a reciprocity treaty with Mexico is now about completed by the Secretary of State and representatives of Mexico, and the members of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations have been informed of its terms. It is expected by the party pilots that such treaties will bo . entered into between the United States and the ' several American _ republics. The Committee on Ways and Means is not, however, considering the proposition to put a provision in the Tariff Bill for reciprocity. Such: a proposition was made to some of the Republican members of the committee, ; the idea advanced being to put a provision in the bill that certain imports from Mexico and Central and South ...

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ArritOl'KlATlON bill. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

ArritOl'KlATlON bill. Estimate* for the Legislative, Executive and Judicial Sepirtments. Washington, April 7.— The House Committee on Appropriations to-day reported the Legislative, and Judicial Appropriation Bill for the coming fiscal year. The committee's report says the estimates on which the bill is based are to be found on pages 9 to 09 and 77 to 84 of the Book of Estimates for 1891, and aggregate in all $21,627,250 70, of which amount there is recommended iv the bill $20,684,326 85. Appropriations for the same purposes for the current fiscal year aggregate $20,853,---725 81, being $10,600 94 less than Is recommended ■in the accompanying bill for services of the fiscal year 1891. The amount recommended iv the bill is $762,923 25 less than the aggregate estimates submitted. The whole number of salaries specifically provided for lv the bill is 9979, being -24 less than the number estimated for, and 141 more than the number provided for in the law for the current year. The bill pr...

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SUBSIDIARY COINS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

SUBSIDIARY COINS. Favorable Report on the Bill for Their Becoinage Author; z ;d. Washington, April The House Committee on Coinage, Weights and Measures to-day authorized a favorable report on the bill for the rccoluago of subsidiary coins of the United States. It authorizes the Secretary of the Treasury to cause subsidiary silver coins of the United States, which are abraded, worn, mutilated, defaced or otherwise unfit for circulation, or are of denominations for which there is no current demand, to be recoined into such denominations as may be required to meet the demand therefor. It provides that the loss incident to recoinage shall be paid from the Silver Profit Fund. It is further provided that silver coins of less denominations than Sl shall hereafter be legal tender iv sums not exceeding S2O in all payments of public or private debts, and when held by any national bank may be couuted as part of its lawful reserve.

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A LAKE OUTLET. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

A LAKE OUTLET. Favorable Report on the Bill for aEh Canal Aronnd Niagara Falls. Washington, April 7.— The House Committee on Railways aud Canals has ordered a favorable report on • the bill providing for the construction by the United States of a ship canal around Niagara Falls. A million dollars Is appioprlated to begin the work under the direction of the Secretary of War. and the total cost is to be $23.G00,000. The canal will be twenty-three miles long, and it is urged as a war measure, the only means of getting arouud the falls now being the Wetland Canal, which will be closed against the United States in case of war. The canal is to follow lines already surveyed.

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COMGU-ESS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

COMGU-ESS. THE : SENATE. Resolutions Protesting Against th? Chinese SUSm! Enumeration Bill. Washington, April 7. —The Senate convened at 12 o'clock. Evarts presented the resolutions of the New York Chamber of Commerce protesting against the pending bill for the census enumeration of Chinese as absurd, barbarous, un-Chrlstian and cowardly, and also a memorial on ■ the same > subject from the American Missionary Association was presented by Davis. , : Piatt presented a memorial for the admission of New Mexico, without committing himself to the views set forth in it. I Reagan presented a petition from the citizens of Maricopa county, Ariz., protesting against the establishment of land courts. - Then Hoar moved to proceed with the Montana contested election case. ..._- '.' -.--.-". : Hale asked him to give preference to the Chinese Enumeration Bill, which was important to have disposed of as soon as possible. . -...-•- . - . Hoar intimated that the Chinese census bill could n...

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Pension for Mrs. Famell. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

Pension for Mrs. Famell. Washington, April 7.— The House Committee ou Pensions has ordered a favorable report on the bill granting a pension to Mrs. Delia Parnell, the daughter of the late Admiral Charles Stewart and mother of Charles Stewart Parnell. The original bill, which provided for $100 per month, was amended to $50.

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Special Treasury Aeent. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

Special Treasury Aeent. Washington, April 7.— The Secretary of the Treasury to-day appointed Henry W. Elliott Special Agent of the Treasury Department, with compensation at the rate of $10 a day, to obtain full and authentic Information in regard to Alaska fishing Interests under the provisions of the special act of Congress, approved April sth.

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National Bank. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

National Bank. Washington, April The following application for authority to organize a national bank has been filed with the Comptroller of Currency: By the First National Bank of Port Angeles, nt Port Angeles, V\ ash., by Israel Salhluer of Port Angeles, \\ ash., and associates.

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