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

A SCKPUISE. All Telegraph Instruments Removed From the Chicago Board of Trade. Chicago, April I.— The Board of Trade Directors to-day notified all the telegraph companies to remove their wires frcm tho Board of Trade Building. 11. A. Tuttle, the Superintendent of the North American Telegraph Company, said: "The order to remove all instruments from the floor of the Board of Trade was a perfect surprise party to the telegraph companies, and we do not know much about it. To-day being a holiday, but very few members were around the board. What the effect will be cannot he told until later. There may be some new developments in the morning. As it is, there is not now au instrument of any company on the floor of the Exchange. As for the bucket-shops, 1 see no way of their getting any quotations except by private messages, tiled at outside offices." _

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

CONDENSED TELEGRAMS. Madrid, April I.— The universal suffrage law lias passed the Cortes. Paris, April L— The Prince of Wales is here. He goes to Cannes to-morrow. Chicago, April I.— The Board of Trade is closed to-day on account of city elections. ;- N'i.\v York. April I.— The Commercial Cable Company declares a quarterly dividend of 1% per cent. Chicago, April I.— Louis Metzolel, the tenth victim of the Chicago suaar-relinery explosion, died at the hospital to-day. Paris, April . I.— A verdict of . 1,018, damages aud costs of action '-. was . returned in the suit of Gibbs & Sons against the Societe de* Metaux. Cincinnati, April I.— As a result of the action of the Chicago Board of- Trade, all ' the bucket-shops in this city, but one have been compelled to suspend business. Washington. April The funeral of Viae- Admiral Rowan will take place tomorrow - at '2 -, o'clock ' from St. Joseph's. Episcopal Church.. The ceremonies will be simple and unostentatious. -.- Mrs. A a...

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ANTI-TRUST BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

ANTI-TRUST BILLS. The Question Seriously Considered in tiie House. Numerous Measures Laid Before the Com- * '; T mittee .on Mi clary. .\ < \ Views of Members of Both Branches of 7 Congress on the Subject— The Cox 77 ; Memorial^ Services. 7 0 : D _■ " '?,'_ ' oo- 7° ° '- .Special by the California Associated Press. ; : Washington, April I.— The question of trusts is beginning to be given serious consideration in the House despite the fate of Senator Sherman's Anti-Trust Bill iv : the Senate, which was, as will be remembered,? returned to the Judiciary Committee of the Senate. A like committee of the House has begun the consideration of the various measures which have been introduced, this session. There is a good deal of buncombe and rant in this trust business, and it was. ably demonstrated in the debate before the Senate upon Sherman's bill. The benefit derived by the agricultural, laboring aud general consuming classes pitted against that of the producing and manufactur...

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

CHINESE CEKTIEICATES. Senate Amendments to the House Census Enumeration Bill Washington, April I.— At a meeting of the Senate Committee on the Census to-day the House bill providing for furnishing certificates to Chinese residents on June 1. 1890, by the enumerators of the census with a view to prohibiting the further immigration of Chinese to the United States, was considered and amended. As reported to the Senate the bill, in addition, makes the provisions of the act apply only to those Chinese who refuse to give the information required by the census enumerators at the time of taking the census in June, when so called upon, and who shall then fail or refuse to obtain the certificate of Identification provided for. In its present shape the bill, it is elated, will be wholly unacceptable to the Representatives of the Pacific Coast. By another amendment Chinese merchants, tourists and students are exempted from the operations of the act, provided they have the certificates required ...

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"WANTS HIS TITLES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

"WANTS HIS TITLES. A Washington Lawyer Claims Several Estates in Great Britain. Washington, April I.— A man by the name of John Z. Hudntitt, who has claimed for some time to be the attorney for the workingmen of the District, for which lie has a large claim for compensation before Congress, has sent to tho Senate a peculiar petition, which was to-day referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations. It contains some very curious statements. Hudnutt asks the American Government to act as arbiter between himself and the English Government for the recovery of his estates In, England, , Ireland, Scotland and Wales, and also his titles in the English, Irish, Scotch and Welsh peerage. Hudnutt claims that the property of his ancestors in these divisions, which was held for over six hundred years, was confiscated by an act of William aud Mary in 1091. His loss is claimed to include the earldoms of March and Shrewsbury, the dukedoms of Buckingham- and York in England, and , the dukedoms of Lei...

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A WASHINGTON DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

A WASHINGTON DINNER. President Soto of Costa Rica Entertains! by Oeneral Alexia. Washington, April I.— General Mexia, one bf the Mexican delegates to the PanAmerican Congress, gave a dinner this = afternoon at his home in honor of General Bernardo Soto, President of Costa Kica, who has been in this city for some little time. There were invited to meet him Minister Aragon of Costa Kica, Minister Romero - of Mexico, Senor Hurtndo of Colombia, Senor Zegarra of Peru, Seuor Decoud of Paraguay, Seuor Meudonca of Brazil, Seuor Velarde of Bolivia and General John B. Henderson, United' States _ delegate to tho Pau-American Congress. The house was handsomely decorated.

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THE LATE S. S. COX. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

THE LATE S. S. COX. Memorial Services to Be Held in the Heme ; o ." Thursday Evening. X Washington,' April 1 I.— Memorial services in respect ' to = tho : memory of , ; the late Samuel S. Cox of New. York will be held in the ■' House ". Thursday evening. Addresses will be delivered by Messrs.' Cummiugs of New • York,' Buckalew of Pennsylvania, Holman -of :■ Indiana, O'Donnell of Michigan, Grosvenor : of Ohio, Covert of - New York, Outhwalte of Ohio, Gifford of South Dakota, McAdoo, of . New Jersey, Marsh of Pennsylvania, Stone of Missouri, Sherman of New York, Washington •of Tennessee, Reilly of Pennsylvania, Voder of Ohio, Clamuiy of North Carolina . and Turner ; of New Vork,^r_^KVqnftEK_B_____|aß| I .•'•■ :■*-'--'::_.*■"-■'_■■■*■ - — '" m ' - 1

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

PENSION . CERTIFICATES. A F.ivorab'.o Report Ordered on the Bill to ■ Prevent Summary Cancellation. §7 Washington, April I.— Tlie Senate Comj mittee on l'eusions this morning- ordered a' favorable report upon Senator Mauderson's J bill," to prevent the summary cancellation of ; pension : certificate.. ■■ Ii provides ' that ; the Secretary of the Interior or Commissioner of Pensions, before canceling the pension certificate or suspending payment thereon, or striking the name of any living pensioner from the rolls,- shall give notice to the person or persons that will he affected by such action, ■ and giving such pensioner an opportunity to show cause against such action . before the United States Commissioner or Special Agent nearest the abode of the pensioner. 0 Senator Mitchell's bill, providing pension^ certificates for old soldiers of the Indian wars, was discussed and referred to a subcommittee, consisting of Senators Blair, Paddock and Faulkner. Favorable reports were ordered o...

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

THE ARMY. A Resignation Accepted— Chaplain Wilson En- . „ „ tired— Ordered to Vancouver. 6. ? o Washington, April I.— The President has accepted the resignation of First Lieutenant Harvey D. Reed, 'lwentv-iifth Infantry, to take effect June 30, 1890. " i Post Chaplain David Wilson, has been plated on the retired list of the army. '= .' Assistant Surgeon H. P. Birmingham has been ordered to temporary duty at Van-, couver Barracks, Wash. c° °° "» Q ;

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Jo o California I ° °' ° ° _ [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

Jo o California I ° ° ' ° ° _ Washington', April- 1. — Patents 0 have been granted to the following' California inventors: George A. and C. __.. Fleming and G. T. McLaughlin. San Jose, fruit pitting and spreading" machine; Edward S. Geron, Lafayette, assignor of half interest to J.. Eva, San Francisco," reversible plow; Elani Harter, San Diego, step-ladder; John L. Heald, Crockett, steam boiler; John Ueilrath, Plymouth, two- wheeled vehicle; same, adjustable vehicle seat; Ernest L. liansome, San Francisco, mold for molding concrete continuously; Daniel S. ltegan, San Francisco, gas engine; John C. 11. Slut, San Francisco, automatic cable-lifter- for cable railway . same, automatic tension device for cabin railway; Lewis A.Turner, assignor of half interest to W. D. Babcuck, Los Angeles, rail climber for vehicle wheels; Louis Zander, Oakland, lamp burner. o " ■ .-. — - — a — r_ ." X ° "

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The" Pension List. o°S o „°° cw° [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

The" Pension List. o°S o „°° c w° w Washington, April I.— Tho ° following pensions have been granted to Calif ornians: Original— Nathan JL. Erarv, University; Silas D. Frost," Selma; W. E. Keeb, Los Angeles. Increase— Erank Mannarick, San Francisco ; . c Joel ____. S Shackelford, Los Angeles; James H. Euson, Wilmington ; "John IcElhenny, Eleito. Keissue-rlsaac Onyon, San Erancisco. Original widows, etc.— Eliza A. J., widow of Thomas H. Watson, Los Angeles ; minor heir of Charles 11. - Scamin'in, Davisville; Mlnda Y. McClure, t for the widow of Charles H. Scainmon, Sacramento ; ( minor hoir of Henry C. Coleman; Los 'Angeles.- Mexican survivor— Albert Keep, Kich liar. „ . "S 000 7 ""-

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The national Debt. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

The national Debt. Washington, April I.— The public debt statement issued to-night shows a total of debt of . $1,699,382,5-5 G7 and a net debt of $1,023,157,072. This is a reduction of $11,3. 9. 837 4. during March and of $53,---488,949 -Jo since June 30th last. The receipts of the Government during March were $34, 778,180 89 and the expenditures were 517,-34.737 '.'7. Treasurer Houston's statement shows a surplus, exclusive of fractional coins, of $32,615,842 71. "Af*."?.

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Free Postal Delivery. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

Free Postal Delivery. Washington*, April I.— The House Committee on Postoffices and Postroads has agreed to report favorably the bill to extend the free-delivery system to cities of 5000 inhabitants, or in which the gross postal revenue amounts to §7 000 per year. It is said this will embrace about 200 more cities and will increase the cost of postal delivery 5350.000.

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CONGKESS: [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

CONGKESS: THE SENATE. - Stewart's Bill Regulating the Manufacture and Sale of Lager Beer. Washington, April I.— The Senate convened at 11 o'clock, with but three Senators present. No quorum raised, and two calls of the Senate only brought in thirtythree, making thirty-six, or six less than a quorum. Plumb moved to take a recess till 12 o'clock, but the motion was declared out of order. Butler moved to adjourn, and on that Allison demanded the ayes and noes. The motion was defeated by a ayes to 34 noes. : . A quorum then being present, business was proceeded with. Allison presented numerous petitions for the free coinage of silver. Hale reported back the House bill for taking the census of the Chinese with the Senate committee's amendments, and gave notice that he should call the bill up to- morrow. Hale introduced an order to return to the 12 o'clock meeting hour after Monday next. Plumb moved that when the Senate adjourned to-day it bo to meet at 12 o'clock to-morrow. On an aye and...

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THE HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

THE HOUSE The Army Appropriation Bill— Seport From the Judiciary Committee. Washington, March 31.— A bill was passed depriving Uuited States Judges of the authority to give an opinion on questions of fact. The House then went into committee of the whole on the Army Appropriation Bill. After unimportant actiou the committee rose and reported the bill to the House. - ° The action of the committee in adopting ah amendment providing that no intoxicating liquors shall be sold at any canteen was reversed by the House. The bill was then passed. The Committee on Judiciary reported a resolution reciting that it is alleged by the Attorney-General that in many of the United States District Courts tlie practice of suspending sentence in criminal cases prevails without the warrant of law. • The resolution alleges that iv some parts of the country the United States District Attorneys, Marshals and Deputies and United States Commissioners have been guilty of maladministration and corruption in off...

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A ; DESPONDENT SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

A ; DESPONDENT SUICIDE. Deserted by. Hit Wife, He Bcc.mes Desperate and Takes His Life. X' ; New • York, . April Morris Marks, a silk merchant, committed suicide to-day by, shooting himself through the head with a revolver. J He J- was despondent, and J being deserted by. his 'wife her ; repeated - refusals ito return ' made • him desperate. Early this evening, after undressing, he put on a night robe, on which he pinned a white rose which had been sent to him the day before by His wife. He lay down on a bed in the back parlor and fired the fatal shot.

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7,7-■■"- • Star Tips. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

7,7- ■■"- • Star Tips. a, Nkw York, April I.— Star tips: At Clifton—First race,'-, Chapman [for; Freedom ; second, J: Savage ;or St. Mary ; third, Sparling or St. Paris ; fourth, ■ Bonnie | S or Grimaldi; fifth, -J Enola "or Lizzie; sixth,' Fordham or Is. aqueena filly. ■_..-*■, -j- >'■■■ At Washington— First race, Parthian or Consignee ; - second. Pall - Mall >or ■' Little Ellle : i third,; Sarah * Hall or ; Margherita ; fourth, Iceberg or ; Frank Ward; fifth, My Own or Carrie G. v -

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

MANY STRIKES. A General Move Among New Il \ England Trades. '°M. ' " ° 5»-^'7..7^itS' Employers Succeed in Inducing Somil^ : 7 Their Men to' Conlinne at Wort Vx Two Thousand Carpenters? Go Out at' Chicago. ? °° o - The Nine-Hour Movement the •'■:!■/}'?.:. ° \»° T'j Principal Cause. ' %''?■■■'?')._:■ \„ Special oby the' California "Associated Pre__.';7'... I 0 809t0.x, April I. — To-day, was ; : th'e time set for o tho inauguration. "'-of 'Alii]'. ' nine-hour system fof the % labor:' -bodies, . but" success met with .;wa3-j;nbt; .as ° encouraging as was "°ftntJlci{.atWii. % All over JNew England the move was 1 "made, 1 and it has been looked, forward to 0 with c atlifch' dread,' by."*;manijf jte.* j turers . and contractors that they successfully temporized -.-with their employes to : postpone final" action until May Ist, and this brought distention in the labor ranks r and prevented the movement from being unanimous. "„ Most of ".the organizations made the. stand, however, and numer...

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A CHINESE "KICK." [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

A CHINESE "KICK." New York Mongolian. Start an Attempt to Secure _7_turali_ ition. ... New York, April L— A big poster on a°' bill-board in front of 16 Mott street contains the following in Chinese characters:. We, J the undersigned committee, respectfully inform you t that the principal, cause of our continued persecution by races who differ from us in civilization and language is due to the fact that we have no voting power, that power having been unjustly denied us by reason of partisan legislation through political rascality.- ..'-.-: ■. .- '■■ " This unjust legislation against us has been discovered by us recently to be unconstitutional, and it is our sincere belief also that such unjust dealings with the Chinese do not represent the true sentiments of = blue-blooded .Americans, i We now desire our fellow-countrymen to unite with us in an effort to present our many grievances in a proper manner before the American people. This is an important' movement. It is a movement that ne...

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■— – COMPELLED TO LEAVE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

■— - COMPELLED TO LEAVE. An American Citizen Ordered to Depart From Austria Within Three Days. .-■--. G New YOBS, April I.— Stephen Zarro, a naturalized American, was given three days' notice to leave 'Austria by the authorities. He told a J reporter to-day that neither the American Consul at Tiiest nor Minister Grant at Vienna J afforded him any satisfaction. When he complained Zarro was visiting his mother at Bobowsche, when the peremptory not ice from the Governor of balm, tia was received. . He Is. twenty-six years old, and came to this country eleven years ago. An older brother owns a restaurant at Santa Cruz, Cal. Zarro says be was charged with no Infraction of the law. Zarro, who is educated, will start tomorrow for home. It is his intention,' as soon as he reaches California, to seek legal advice without delay, and have the case officially called -to the attention of ,- Mr. Blame. There is no mistake about Zarro's citizenship. He showed the reporter not only his citizenship ...

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