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A cNOK.iEMA.VS DISGRACE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

A cNOK.iEMA.VS DISGRACE. H-. Prefer, Grinding an 0 gin to a Clerkship ''" in the So Exchange. London-, April I.— A scene occurred in the Strand this afternoon. -i Viscount ninton, the lit r of Karl: I'.uilett, who T made himself i.iii.ii- in playing the clown in paiit-iHinit ■_, and has also undergone ; imprisonment for robbery, was griuding an organ, accompanied by his wife. -, A gentleman endeavored to persuade the Viscount to desist, offering him a clerkship in the Stock Exchange. The offer was loudly declined in the presence of 500 people. ; : Hinton swore he would never alter the course of his life till the Earl dies. During this exhibition Lady Hintou passed around the' hat to collect coppers. ■ o; ; rer. ._ ;

Publication Title: San Francisco Call
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lUCKTHALIiS RETURN-? [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

lUCKTHALIiS RETURN-? He Denies Any Connection With the Harder , 0% of Benwell. ° 8 °°° *_ » „ Woodstock (OntJ), April!.— Neville Hi Piekthall, who mysteriously disappeared c< about the time that Burchell and his party arrived in this country, and who was supposed to be conuected with ; Burchell, arrived here to-day. He says he started for, San Francisco via New York and JJ was' robbed at De= ing. He therefore returned. He was dissatistied with farming and repudiates any connection with the Benwell murder.;,,,, - ' - *. ;.-„=*■

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'A, STEAMSHIP TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

'A, STEAMSHIP TRUST. English and German Owners Want to Advance '.f» B'%.8 '%. °7 • Passenger Bates. _° .-.-;7° ;•. .-Loxiu-X, April I.— The recent conferences betweeu German and English steamsliipmen are understood to mean that an endeavor 'is afoot to create a 'steamship trust and advance passenger^ rates. Little money is now being made on" passengers,, and 'freight, rates 'are unlikely- to be advanced ii the pool is formed, = owing to the vast number of" tramp steam _rs. '-.J:-.-.

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'"%.- °-7..- British :Gr_in Irt_&e. :. 'y..°. °_ '; [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

'"%.- °-7..- British : Gr_in Irt_&e. : . 'y..°. °_ '; London, April l.— The Mark Lane Ex.':pr_.s,'.'in; its J review eofc of tlio -.British grain 'tradeMqr* the past week, says: -English' wheat is quiet and unchanged. Flour is .'weak; Foreign wheats aro dull. 'The best = •Russian and American command -.the old--.■price,.,-.American corn, under enormous import., has fallen 3d. " Oats are weak. = At. ,to-day'§ ".{market' English wheat c was lid : clteape_v- Foreign was slightly lower. .!..',

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Emti.rnr and Czar. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

Emti.rnr and Czar. V'ySTiS'V-kj .fiß&iiuitG, _ April - - 1.— Arranger •ments have been m.ide Jot the meeting of l'Jiiipeior William and the Czar during, th* coming summer. The Emperor will attend "-.Uie^'inaneUvflisJ. -.'of the Italian 0 army at KraSuee^'SzeloJ' "'J'"- „.•*, '.- °° „ '%° i \-- » ■f_ _•_.•. -— — __.

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:i£-t2i;: .■'.■•/. •"•ThJe;'Fi.hi-ri. a Bill." 1 '" » o o„L [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

:i£-t2i; : .■'.■•/. •"•ThJe;'Fi.hi-ri. a Bill." 1 '" » o o„ L i'-OrcAjy.i," Aprii'l. — C. H.a'upti_r purposes . to amend thgjElSlje rie,s 'Bill, making it a • misdemeanor to kith "seals, poriioises, whales OC.fish .1 any kind With rockets, explosives" or any cueuifcalslldriigs or pui. . no as material. . ■=.■,".•-• 2' ' -.". .' ° "_"'-. ° ■'_ \° _

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r"7X" -;j'.-..'.:Kard!fed :-n. bb:-d. '_■ °°. V _ [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

r"7X" -;j'.-..'.:Kard!fed :-n. bb:-d. '_■ °°. V _ v-..;PS-BLi^-Apr}l.'vl.— J. ILCftildalVCotinty ..fteasurei-,- wils-.tniirdered^ant! robbed on the. real between tiie enmity ■ seat and his lii'ine to-night. •There „is . no' clew tv thejj murderers, '.'•• „'J °V_° • :"- 3*- "' '...•:. '

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'■:-,:'-'':7;v:lifpr"s.y in NrW'"'Pai§dti_iia.-'-';'':.j.V°; [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

'■:-,:'-'':7; v: lifpr"s.y in NrW'"'Pai§dti_iia.-'-';'':.j.V°; '• Paris*. April l. — Tlie, Dix - Neuvieme Steele' stales that hoOO mil of 40.0<j0-C_-t{ak. •natives 61 New Caledonia are afflicted with leprosy ami the disease is spreading. V . '° "••: ... / „ ■-— — -•- ■ " " „=■

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'". .. Rus.ii- Officials Imprisoned. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

'". .. Rus.ii- Officials Imprisoned. • St. Peteßsburoi, April Several high officials -in the mining districts, including two owners of gold mines, have been imprisoned fur peculation and bribery. •°o

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:::.'.y.Tict' ria's Movement [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

:::.'.y.Tict' ria's Movement _ Paws April A.— The Figaro says that Queen Victoria will visi ..Darmstadt and be met by the Emperor William for conference. .-•"**. -' : •>•--"

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THE SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

THE SUPREME COURT. A Proposed Bill to Relieve It of Some of Its Duties. Wxßnnsraroit, April I.— A siib-cnjiimitt. o of the House Judiciary Committee baa been at work for some time on a measure that proposes to relieve the Supreme Court of the United States of a large amount of work with which it has been constantly overwhelmed. A large number ol bills for this purpose have been Introduced and these have been considered, and a rough draft if a measure lias been practically agreed upon, lioth the House and Senate committees have gone over the subject to a considerable extent, and it is thought that the bill reported by the House Committee will meet with no opposition. The plan to increase the number of Supreme Court Justices to twenty-one and provide for their practical division into three courts was rejected. The bill, already roughly drafted, proposes to increase the Circuit Courts by tne addition of one Judge in each court Writs of error and -appeal may be taken from the District t...

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RAILROAD TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

RAILROAD TOPICS. -. •; •••" : - - 7-v •.'. : „° Work to Be Pushed -as Soon as Terminal Facilities. Are Granted; „. Seattle, April I.— Vice-President 1 Hoi.; comb of the Union Pacific sent a communication to the Chamber of Commerce to-day, to tlie effect that should' that bod v assure the road of a right-of-way into the city and thirty acres of land fur a terminal, he was confident the company would build into the city and have the road running by December, i-'d. ..<-.<. - \ ■ iJi.;.i.\-i;i i:<,, April I.— is reported that $100,000 has arrived here to toe used in finishing up the road-lied of the Ellensburg and Northeastern Kailroad, and that more money is on the way.

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IV ILL FACE JOHN L. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

IV ILL FACE JOHN L. Carb3tt Agrees to Meet Sullivan ; in a Four- Rund Contest New York, April I.— Pugilist Corbett was interviewed- this evening. He said he had a proposition to meet Sullivan in a fourround glove contest near New York within three weeks, which he would accept if permission was granted by the Olympic Club of San Francisco. He says he doe. ■ not expect an easy time of it as he knows Sullivan is a different man than Kilrain. He doubts that any pugilist can defeat Sullivan with gloves. The articles of -agreement are unsigned, but >he understands that lie will get a favorable verdict if he manages to stay four rounds. The police will probably not allow smaller than three-<>unce gloves. " Corbett wired the club this evening requesting permission to fight Sullivan. He modestly says he will endeavor, to do himself justice, but makes no boasts. Sullivan expects: to arrive from Boston to-morrow, when the match will probably be arranged. The co...

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NEBRASKA CITY ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

NEBRASKA CITY ELECTIONS. License Candidates Elected in a Majority of X' J the TV.wni. A Omaha, April I.— Municipal elections were held in a number of towns throughout the Stale to-day. In nearly every case ; the principal issue was the license question. Out of twenty-seven towns heard from up to 11:30" o'clock to-night twenty voted for license and four against, while in three of them candidates from both license and antilicense tickets were elected. : A number of the wet towns this year went dry at the previous election.

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Indictment of a Bank-Wrecker. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

Indictment of a Bank-Wrecker. New York, April l.— Peter J." Classen, the bank-wrecker, has been indicted by the Federal Grand Jury. The Indictment Is fur embezzlement and abstracting and misapplying the funds of the Sixth National Bank and making false entries, The amount which Classen is alleged to have embezzled 1 jS „ 0.3, 000. , ' ' '.' -...-.-. -.■':.".. . Dr. Schlicmani of ■ ancient Troy fame has commenced -a- new book on ' archaeology, which wid be the most important of all his works. The doctor is one of the greatest living authorities on this subject. -

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GREAT DISTRESS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

GREAT DISTRESS. Mississippi Floods Increasing x7> : 1 in 1 Extent. VaX Sv".fi '.'■?■}. XX ° G 7 Negroes Encamped on the Levees With- : °°; out Any Shelter From the Rain. Urgent Need of Relief-Boats to Aid in Rescuing Life and Properly— The , - Ty: 7 Situation at New Orleans. 0 = ,° ■7° ° j .. _ : o._.v.'. Special by the California Associated Press. 7 Memphis, ; r April Information from "down tlie river this morning is of the most distressing character. The crevasses are constantly widening, and thousands of acres, heretofore untouched/ are being submerged. Reports of loss of life are coining in. as well as of -various casualties. ° ■ At Greenville below here there is great destitution, as well "as, at i Laconia Circle, .'some distance this side. For several ' days the n-'groes who live In tlio bend 3 between, Pleasants and Mounds Landing have been" camping on the" levee with whatJJ little stock and supplies they saved from the water. AH of last night a boating rain came d...

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LOUISVILLE SUFFERERS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

LOUISVILLE SUFFERERS. The Work of Relieving; Thnr Needs Proceedo' ,p ing Vigorously. * Louisville, April I.— The work of relieving the sufferers by the tornado Is proceeding systematically. • Contributions continue to be liberal. The removal of J the debris of the Falls City Hall has been abandoned. There are probably no more bodies in the ruins. o : V« r The chief danger now is from a water famine. Even at reduced consumption only three days' supply is left, and -there is no immediate prospect of more owing to the wrecked condition of the.pumping-worltV Ottawa, April . I.— Regarding the 1 tornado in Kentucky, Professor E. Stone Wiggin says it was caused by the peculiar relation of the planets to the' earth, which rocked the North Atlantic like the rocking of a ship iv a storm. The same effect was produced upon the "atmosphere. He says that the sun aud moon keep two currents always in motion, but when other heavenly bodies unite with the former the velocity of these currents is incr...

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*■■' ARCHBISHOP Hi-ISS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

* ■■' ARCHBISHOP Hi-ISS. large Attendance at the Impressive Funeral c Services at Mnwnk-te. .y_ _ Milwaukee, April l.— The funeral of Archbishop Heiss, which occurred to-day, was the largest ever held in this city, cm the morning pontifical high mass was celebrated by Cardinal Gibbons. 3 The funeral sermon was delivered in English by Bishop Henessy of Dubuque, and in German by Bishop Katzer of, Green Hay. The inter-' ment will lake place at St. Frauds Seminar} to-morrow morning. The cortege was received at, the entrance to the . seminary grounds by the professors and students, and the body will lie in state there duringthe night. In the morning mass for the dead will be celebrated in that institution, after which the remains will be placed in the vault beside those of his old friend and companion, Dr. Salzmann. : ; .-', r-X'

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A (.(.1.1.1t DETECTED. ■>, [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

A (.(.1.1.1t DETECTED. ■>, A Traveler Bound for California ArresteJ'in N.wTork. c >g"'" : New Yokk, April I.— Michael M. Coloma. a cabiu passenger on the steamer La Nnnnandie, was arrested by Custom-house Inspectors to-day on a charge of smuggling. The passenger, who was going to stop at the Victoria Hotel preparatory to going to California, told the inspectors that his trunks were in bond. The man's maimer awoke the suspicion of the inspectors, who ui.ide an examination of his person. In his boots were found five gold watches, and strapped around his waist was a leather belt containing over $4000 worth of diamonds. He was brought before United Stales Commissioner Shields and. held for examination in $3000 bonds.

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IRRIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

IRRIGATION. The Question Receiving Much Attention in Both Branches of Congress. Washington-, April I.— ln both the House and Senate to-day the subject of irrigation was largely advanced by the consideration of bills looking to the survey of the necessary sites for reservoirs and. the examination of watersheds by which It is proposed to supply the canals of the arid regions. Mr. Vandever. Chairman of the committee on the subject in the House, has been in his committee most of the time, giving his attention to formulatiug a measure which shall meet the needs of both the fruit-growers of the West and Southwest,, and the irrigation of the vast arid plains that have heretofore constituted the desert lands of Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado, and In some sections of the Northwest. '1 he Senate Committee on Irrigation this morning considered Senator Plumb's bill on this subject, and afterward authorized Senator Moody to report it with some amendments favorably to the Senate, which he after...

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