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MURDERED AND" HIDDEN. I [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

MURDERED AND" HIDDEN. I The Body of a Murdered Man Found on Bar-' V '•' I "•» . ; °°- rar . d Inlet Beach. ° .„'. „'. •' Tajjcouveb, .°: March 31.— Sunday • morning the body" of Henry J- T. Sunbury .was found near Smelter, on Burrard Inlet beach. His naked .body was covered with , planks. ° His clothes were found hidden under t a stump near by ; his . head ' was smashed in, evidently by a blunt instrument. There is: no clew to the murderer. Deceased was a very quiet, sober, industrious'man, and no cause can be attributed for the foul deed. Sunbury had. been in , the " city about three months, and came from near Sherhro'oke,. Quebec, where his friends live.' He worked in a saw-mill not far'Jlrorn where the body was found, and Was: last -seen on Friday night near the ■spot-with-aman'.wh.o is. .unknown. An inquest Will held fo-morrow. . The city has offered .s2oo'-r'eviafd for the apprehension of the murderer. -..'•'.'.'•.. :. •.*_■• ° °

Publication Title: San Francisco Call
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' .*.' !7x7:-.;s^'_iTA-!A^Ai,:7 ::. x'7'| [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

' .*.' ! 7x7:-.;s^'_iTA- ! A^Ai, : 7 :: . x'7'| -.!_. C, ft jtJ-f ßejrahliean 'Meeting ; Called '■: .' \y. •'■-'. . JPromiiinp/JErait Prospects. '. . • . '.SAiTTi .AS'j_J, March ' '31. — The Orange Convent-ton. .of the Woman's Chris-tian-Temperance; adjourned Saturday,: after adeptipga number of important ; resolutions, -a'linoiig which was one to hold. Beini-arin'iiai.-.aii'ven.tioris... • -.'•... ■ The -Orange County hive issued a call for a. meeting here on ThursAftyy April: JOth, to effect : a permanent or.gairMiteon-..•'•-."'.":'•*"•']'•'' '•'.•'•.'•*•".• .. :.* .; prospects for an abundant fruit crop thfOjijghttut^th.e county were .never more , v {iir^i3iJn^ ; M:'';v::V.';;'-' ;' J* ;■ .. •• '." .'-J. .-:■'--'■ !-.'' .-.■' V-": -' ' . .- •' ..** — : ..- •'•'.•

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)7-U'7C^fi^^-:**' tvVSCB.. '=.-•• 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

)7-U'7C^fi^^- : ** ' tvVSCB.. '=.-•• 1 ■. targe Ata'twit _f;£rint : -Fro ably Enined by 777 / Ji7x:^ I G^h_:finai>.-: : *. ':"..'• '■"",'■" '■■ I<)_._!,6itS, Marcte 11-,^-A drizzling -rain nearly ail-day yesterday and until. 11S'clock trigfeii, then it cleared off bring- o ing quite -aßßveJi^lrO'sl,-' this -morning. We , lia'vlelwd. several -«ild,-driz_l)ng rains. since O^rfruJit trf Jsjia.ve been in; Mourn, which ■Will; dftubtlesa; cum' ninth of- . the -fruit. 'Scarcely : of wheat- and b_ar!_y ' • -has beet. sown .iii this county this 'season. " T&e' lew.laiid -'_a_ -ricta are jftepaTipg for corn = .ahdipdta-tOes;;:- .' --J." .■'.•.'■■-'" .X '' -"

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WOMAN ;J-JCUJIW>.^ MINING. I [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

WOMAN ;J-JCUJIW>.^ MINING. I .Ji-.-. :Dfsip^r'aic'_ J*bf -. th? -J Wife : a X- .;-•;'. • ■■' ' Seattle Caipspter;- ' '-' •'.... ••„•..• J J fiiMiiE, ;JM_*..v 31.— Saturday -evening • Mrs, J. C. Mamwarringv Wife -of ■ a carpenter oij thMcitsJJ my .terjiotiify disappeared,- ' togirther wJs[n her ClaJd She had on- her , Jpe.J_dii $I.X -w.h-hfh she. had Just drawn . froiu, the bank. l_J_f ; ,itusb"an4' states that..he told (if.; her intention' to ' draw tlm ' aio.U-iV aodf-betNiYfi- -sl_?, bus been. niiil-d f-r_d' " aitheiy.jslways ltyejd agreeaulji -together - • .'

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X 47 ?;.nt'aJK;t_ia Soar ei-.'Stf George. I o'.' '.1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

X 47 ? ; .nt'aJK;t_ia Soar ei-.'Stf George. I o '.' '.1 J '"& ASXA- BOS*. - March ■ 31,— The ; Sorts of - St George, organised a lodge In tin's city to;night toy electing following ? Officers: Fast President, it. H. :Qdts'mSii;i President,.. . ; r J H. GaircM . ' .\*icwl'__!slden.ti-'M..'li: Dunn; = fee. Kti.ir , ,-T-; Wilkinson ; Assistant Secretary, Ii ( . Ciille.v, Physician,- K. P. Smith; ' j _Jlesserig.'r,'/-\V-JJrlp'ctin^:..'The':' lodge takes the '&'«____:_ f-'F_iij--e's'e Lodge, JKo 306." ■„ ••» '•" . "v. • ■";.'!*-'■'. .■?*■* — .' . . *'. ' ''. .-'■'■".»„.

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.X;.; "' Sentence of Indian Jim. °-.°'7| [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

Sentence of Indian Jim. -'•• SAy.TA'RqS'A, March 3.l.— lndian Jim, who • recently 'killed.' a fellow-aborigine while on : a"spree,"'and was subsequently found guilty . of murder in the second degree, was sen- . tenced to-day by Judge Dougherty to twen-ty-five years imprisonment. ."- 'Ac '.-?°=- ' ■"_ -" X° *' o .. • " •-' f ■ "■.'•

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'■ _ . ."Sentence. Commuted.0 ° . [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

'■ _ . ."Sentence. Commuted. 0 ° . 7 SACKAiiiESTO,*. March 31.— The Governor to-day commuted . the; sentence of Frank Johnson,' convicted In San Bernardino "County in' March," 1884, of robbery, from i twelve years to nine and a quarter years.

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=:7' . CHINESE GAMBLERS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

= : 7' . CHINESE GAMBLERS. They Are Seeking Now to Saddle Their ° o o.° Cases on the Federal Courts. The Chinese camblers are iv desperate straits. The Police Judges have been fining them so heavily that it has become a costly luxury (S4OO or so) to be caught in a Tottery-den, and many poor pagans languish In prison cells because of their Inability to pay the penalty of their rashness. - The Chinese mind, however, is prolific in schemes for the breaking down or overriding of such little things as American laws and customs, and aided by the counsel of a ■ few attorneys „ who depend upon the Chinese- and criminal classes for a practice and living they; have hit upon a new one for evading the gambling ordinances. y. If It succeeds it will not only destroy she power of the police in the Chinese quarter and open the doors for Chinese criminals to • escape/but will crowd ■ the United. States Courts with petty criminal cases and thereby clog the wheels of justice. ! The plan was fathered b...

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x;' • ££-" 7|ttLo:s;jFEkll7 7; "v/":;-' [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

x;' • ££-" 7|ttLo:s;jFEkll7 7 ; "v / " : ;- ' I .'A. Little' Pi;omjrt-.J,JW;prk Sn..i *.."'•'-** °.° - '*' I_ff_.toii. "° ° * .- 2 -. *?." ; ■'-.'.-_ If.! The people. of- tiie :tvwn of Washington, ■across the' river, may '-thank the. Southern Pacific Company.for. averting -WhJat.threatened to bring about, oue Jot .the most disas- ' trous floods" tfiii3"t,own..^ a's"Jey -r' : e.xi>eri-ticed.° ' s Th.rfrisa pbint.abou.t yards north of" the bridge, 6ri- - the Yolo "side; Where. the o -current, fr'o'nj;.tliß-' -American River, which enters .'diagonally north' across, sweeps furiously^gajirist the bank. ■„_ •X J ■■':.■■■ " former years the ''Todliunter '-break" relieved this heavy current, but since the , closing Of •".fie.- big gap the water has diverted , its full fur-CB-tb.-.tlie point -referred to, and during the existing high state of river = • ° the levee, which, is .nothing more or less" .thananea'i) of-drjr/iireaiy.-sand, has gradually „ succumbed. to * fife. 0 encroac...

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I JJJ Kelly Awarded Damages. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

I JJJ Kelly Awarded Damages. J A Jury in Judge Hunt court yesterday was engaged in the trial of the suit of Michael Kelly against Jacob , Bacon J and Porter,' Slessenger .' __ : Co.," tenants ■ of ;" the Niantic Building, on I the I northwest corner of '■ Sansome and i Clay streets, and JR. R. Thompson, the owner thereof, to recover $10,000 for injuries sustained July 18, 1887, by being struck by an elevator which was carelessly handled. The testimony and arguments were I concluded I late | In the afternoon, and in tbe evening a judgment was rendered for .1500 in favor of the plaintiff.

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LAWLESS CHINESE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

LAWLESS CHINESE. A Respectable Woman Kid- '■'- naped by Highbinders, The Courts : Called Upon to JU^.Them In' Their Marions Scheme. An Auburn Constable Gets Into ' Serious Trouble Through His Connection ' With the Affair. Special by tbe California Associated Press, ■ Auburn, March 31.— A Chinese woman stealing case .was examined Into to-day by the local magistrate. Constable Flck went to Stockton a week ago and arrested, as il is claimed, a respectable married Chinese woman. The same day Constable Swift of Sacramento arrested her husband and took him to Sacramento.' The Stockton woman and another woman of bad repute of Sacramento were brought to Auburn. Instead of ■ lodging the prisoner in jail -she was turned loose in a Chinese bagnio with the Sacramento woman. Next day the Stockton woman was spirited away, and the Sacramento substitute appeared in court as defendant. No case was made out -to-day, and the charge of embezzlement against the woman was dismissed. Pick was arrested and...

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♦ ■ .". •;'. SACKAMENTO. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

♦ ■ .". •;'. SACKAMENTO. Pnbliiheri Conferring— Banquet and Presenta- . '.-•_ .' tion—City Officers Elected. .•• SacbAmesto,' March 31.— Press Association of Northern and Central California met at the Art' Gallery in this city this.evening, it being _ the second semiannual session. ' There was a large attendance. Will's. Green of Colusa called the meeting to order. '„ A score of new members from various parts of the Stale were elected. - Sam Davis; the Carson humorist, addressed the meeting on the subject of," .Business," and gave some good advice in his own peculiar, s style. Edwards. Curtis, "of San .Francisco followed in an -eloquent address •on general newspaper matters. After this .the meeting went into executive session., : -Tile retiring members of the Fire Commissioners, Messrs. Comstock aud Slatter, were each presented to-night by the members, of the department with a gold watch 'at a banquet giveft in their honor. • The Trustees to-day elected Matt Coffey -Clerk of the Wat...

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"WIND AND HAIL. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

"WIND AND HAIL. Wheatland Visited by a Destructive Storm Sunday Night. ■Wheatland, March 31.— A fearful wind and hail storm touched this place last evening at 7:30 o'clock. The severe northeast wind was still more destructive in the mountains, hall-stones falling as large as pigeons' eggs at Smartsville, and doing great damage to fruit trees, whipping them and knocking off all the blossoms, breaking out window-glass, upsetting sheds and doing damage generally. The clouds are as black as night. There was also a heavy rain. I«|ia ■■liTi_l_ilii'li_iMiii_llJiJl|ll iji_!liijij._i _____

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

MAYPIELiD. Palo Alto Horses for San Jose Races— The Stanford University. Mayfield. March .'sl. —Palace car Palo Alto No. 2 will be 'loaded with ten three-year-olds for the races at San Jose and go forward to-morrow from Stanford's Palo Alto stables. Work begins to-morrow on the Stanford University. Some workmen are being engaged, but it is said that not a very large force will be wanted at present. Three car-leads of material were received to-day.

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FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

FATAL ACCIDENT. A Hunter Bleeds to Death From a Gunshot Wound Spokane Falls, March 31.— A Cheney special to the Spokesman says that S. J. Tift, a prominent farmer living three miles south of that town, accidentally shot himself in the groin while hunting to-day and bled to death before a doctor could reach him. ';•-'■ ;■-' •-• ■_ .A-y-;.-:.-

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A Soldier's Funeral. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

A Soldier's Funeral. ••'' Oltmi'ia, March 31.— The funeral of General Robert Huston Milroy ■ took place at the Presbyterian Church, to which he .belonged;' this afternoon. ° Many r distinguished citizens were present. The sermon was preached by Rev. James R. Thompson of Vancouver, who brought the audience' to" tears delineating the noble nature and worthy "deeds, of the. deceased. The gold-hilted sword' worn by deceased "upon the field of battle was. laid upon the' heavily .silver-mounted coffin." .'■■ ~. =.

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. s ■ . •", Sonoma Connty Teachers. – ° [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

. s ■ . •", Sonoma Connty Teachers. - ° Healpsbukg', March 31.— The Sonoma 'County Teachers' Institute assembled in this city to-day. Two hundred - and fifty teachers are in attendance. Will S. Monroe, principal of the l"asadena School, dej live-red a lecture this afternoon, and an interesting c.programmo .will, be given this evening, at which the County Superintendent, Mrs. F. McG. Martin, will deliver her annual address. ' ° -■ ° ".•»?'- -° o'.*,J.;'J;

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; ° . Feather-Weights Matched. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

; ° . Feather-Weights Matched. '. TacomJa, Match 31.— feather-weights, Patsy Dulligan and John R. Poole, have signed- articles to fight to a finish April 13th within. 100 miles of Tacoma with small gloves, the winner to get 65 per cent and the loser 65. ..-The money has been raised by local sports, .The men agree to weigh in nt 118 pounds on entering the ring. °, 2 ' 9 - ■ -•_ _ . .. a

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Indian Witnesses. .. c° * _ [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

Indian Witnesses. . . c ° * _ "•"Cabs ox, March Three ' Shoshone In-' dians have .been brought to .Carson to appear as s ° witnesses at Joe Buck's murder trial, who stabbed a -female- relative of the medicine man who" recently died in the Western Shoshone Indian Reservation. Tin- squaw was killed because she was supposed to be a witch, - XX". 3 .

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CONDENSED TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

CONDENSED TELEGRAMS. "-;•. London, March 31.— The Shetcliffe woolcombing.mills have been burned; Loss $30ff,0-0. "•".-..i - . _. „. ■„ a ' _■ London, March 31.— The Brazilian Government telegraphed the Brazilian Minister tliat the reports ot disaffection in Brazil are untrue. °.■ .y ;,':. ,; .j-X"'.X -."-•. :-.■; °.~ Chicago, March 31.— 1:15 o'clock this afternoon tho Board of Trade Market Quotation Department went quietly out of existence. '', ' ,":° '•- <■ '■ ' ;"•"><. .Lisbon, March 31.— The Government secured 100 out of 134 seats in yesterday's elections. 0 Only three avowed Republicans were elected. °° . :■".'. " °.° _ Dcs Moines, March 31.— The Anti-trust Bill was unanimously passed by the House to-day, fixing the penalty of violation at not , less than .500 and not more -than .$5000. ; . - Berlin. March 31.— Negotiations _ nave been entered into by the respective chief officers for the establishment. of thorough co-operation : by the German an...

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