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KEUUINU. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
KEUUINU. Benefit to the Town by the Recent Eire. Water Company Incorporated. : Redding, April I.— The insurance companies are promptly settling the losses by the late fire with satisfaction to the assured. The fire, although a loss to individuals, is a blessing to the city. Dan Lreslauer has already made arrangements to build a brick buildiug, 50 by 80 feet. The Good Templars expect to complete arrangements this week to rebuild their ball— two-story brick. Other parties are negotiating for the other vacant lots. ' The Citizens' Water Company filed papers of incorporation with Henry Bergh, O. J. Lawry, Fred Grotefenn, H. F. Johnson and JNathan Breslauer, Directors. The capital stock is increased to 5200.000. Some of the heaviest capitalists are interested and the citizens generally, who are the consumers, are subscribing for the stock.
ALBUQUERQUE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
ALBUQUERQUE. Election of City Officers— Sewerage System to Be Introduced. - Albuquerque, April I.— The weather bas been very cold, with a north wind blowing all day. The election " to-day for city officers resulted as follows : Mayor, Mike Mandell (D.), 10 majority; City Recorder, Henry Lockbart (11.), 11 majority; Treasurer. W. S. Stnckler (11.), 48 majority ; ' Trustees— Joseph A. Johnson and John A. Lee(D.,, and Calvin Whiting and O. W. Strong (R.). The proposition to issue $50,000 bonds to put in a sewerage system was carried by a vote of 10 to 1. The present administration .is Republican, with the exception of two Couucilmen. TTBfl
ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. A Suspected Murderer Cuts His Throat ia the Jail at Colu a. Colusa, April I.— This morning Joe Casey, confined In- the County Jail while awaiting trial for the murder of Dan Mathe- .,, son in the town of Williams, on the .morning. of January Ist, made an unsuccessful attempt at suicide by cutting his throat with an iron spoon, which he had J sharpened on the window sill. De cut a gash four inches long, just missing the carotid j artery and jugular vein. Casey says he has no friends and wants to die. He is the son _~ of James 11. Casey, who was hanged by the Vigilance Committee in San Francisco in 185&amp; -
MAItISsVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
MAItISsVILLE. A Free Library for Yuba City— An Ircqmis Club Organized. Marysville, April I.— A Free Library Association bas been organized at Yuba City on a subscription basis. There is much Interest taken in the movement, which bids fair to be successful. In the Police Court to-day James Fisher, James Burns,' Harry Morrell and Frank Monroe were held to answer to charges of burglary. - An Iroqueis Club has been organized at Yuba City.
SANTA ROSA. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
SANTA ROSA. .. Total Destruction of a Residence by Fire—lncreased Mail Deliveries. Santa Rosa, April I.— Late last night the residence of Patrick Courtney was destroyed by fire, aud Mr. Courtney had a close call for his life. , The house was totally destroyed, and was valued at 8500. The loss- of personal property and papers belonging to Courtney is placed at £500. The cause of the fire is unknown. Commencing to-morrow there will be three - deliveries of mail in this city.
house •THIEVES RUN DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
house •THIEVES RUN DOWN. Oat Kan Silled, Anoth.r Captured and the Stolen Animals Recovered. ' Yuma, April I.— Sheriff Gray and posse J from Phoenix overtook two horse-thieves at Carisa, Son Diego County, on Saturday, killing one and capturing the other, wbo was taken to' Phoenix this morning. , Gray '. has been following the men for two weeks, and after the fight recovered the stolen animals. .' -■ :_
A Serious Charge. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
A Serious Charge. ° Visalia, April I.— There has *' just been begun in the Superior Court here an action aeainst James T. Mitchell of Piano for $25,000 damages. . He is charged»witli betraying Pearl, a cash eirl, IS years of age. .Mitchell is between 60 and 70 years old, married and in good circumstances. There is a strong sentiment in the community against him.
PORT WINE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
PORT WINE. Portugal Outline Oft' John Itull's Sopply of Tint. Luxury. Ridiculous as it may seem, the anger of the Portuguese against England for Lord Salisbury's bullying course, may, after all, make itself felt in what is to England a tenderer spot than any sore corn, It may, we mean, provided the furious outburst of anger against England only lasts and dees not quickly burn itself out. For the present the pot continues to boil. Tho furious Portuguese, having tired themselves out with the folly of • parading in processions and yelling "Down with England!" have since been organizing a big boycott, in the shape of a commercial crusade against England. They not only stop all trade with that country, cutting off even the port wine on which rubicund John Bull so largely depends, but are establishing a line of steamships, under the Spanish flag, to inn between Lisbon and Brazil. The Portuguese newspapers prophesy that the result will be the downfall of English steamboat companies aud of ...
AGAINST DUELING. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
AGAINST DUELING. How Offenses of This .Suture) Will Bo Punished in Japan. The Emperor of Japan, in a decree just issued, has prohibited dueling in the empire. Dueling, which was universal among the military classes prior to the revolution of 1868, and which had fallen into disuse subsequent to that event, recently showed a tendency to revive. It was this that induced the Emperor to issue ibe decree. The decree provides that whoever scuds or accepts a challenge for a duel shall be punished with imprisonment with hard labor for a period of not less than six mouths and not more than two years, together with a fine of from (10 to $103. By the second article, ever -hall have engaged in a duel shall be punished with imprisonment with hard labor for a period of not less than two and "not more than five years, together with a fine of from 520 to $200; whoever commits murder or indicts bodily injury on another in a duel shall be punished under the provisions of the l'enal Code applicable to ...
Ii Our Olive Oil (_r.,wluc l'urer? [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
Ii Our Olive Oil (_r.,wluc l'urer? Cotton-seed oil continues to be an export from this country to Italy, and, as Consul Hathaway naively states it: "That the adulteration of the olive oil, notwithstanding the severe penalties of law therefore, is to i some extent practiced, is undoubted. The fraud is accomplished by mixing with the genuine tl.i-J oil of the oleaginous s leds of cotton, sesamum and others. Immediate discovery of the imposition appears impossible, although much study has been given the matter." (Consul Hathaway hud not probably heard at the time he wrote— Becchi's test, which was for this . very pun ose, and which has been pronounced reliable by Professor Wiley and other distinguished chemists.) lt is suggestive of possibilities in this connection to note that while Italy furnished this country 542,145 gollons of olive oil in the fiscal year that ended June 30, 1 589, yet during the same period we supplied her with 86,260 gallons of cotton-seed oil, or somewhat more t...
Spain's You ns Kins:. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
Spain's You ns Kins:. The young King. of Spain, before his sickness, had begun to tire of the baby playthings that had been at his command, and, seeking other toys, let his fancy light upon a Maltese cut that he saw somewhere about the palace. The animal at once became a creature of distinguished consideration in the royal household. It answered to .the name of Perico. The ribbon upon its neck was tied : there by the King himself, and when he was taken sick Hie King insisted that pussy should be in the room with him. So for a full month the faithful cat , was constantly In the sick-chamber. Naturally the cat became a great favorite,' and ■ one of the high ladies at the court made for it an embroidered cushion. Asthmatic Troubles,' Pleurisy Pains and Inflamed Throats are overcome and ! healed ■by Dr. I). Jayne's Expectorant— for Miy years an approved stand-by for all Coughs aud Colds. %* a
CITY ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
CITY ELECTIONS. Democratic Gains m- Chicago x7l and Milwaukee. s ; ;' The : Australian ! Ballot : System ; Given a -: /" Trial in Missouri. , 7 Kansas Municipalities Give tbe Usual Re'%77 publican Majorities—Anti-Prohi-bition^ in Nebraska. 7 Special by the Calltornia Associated Press. Chicago, April I. Complete returns of to-day's election show a great Democratic victory. , They have elected twenty-five Aldermen, the Republicans eighteen, and the Independents _ one. The hold-overs' were evenly divided, giving the Democrats thirty-seven Aldermen in the next Council, tlie Republicans thirty, and the Independents one. The present Council is Republican.' in the town electious the returns show that the Democrats have carried the uorth, south and west towns by large gains. The Democrats elect every man on their town ticket in north, south and west towns for the first time iv the history of the city.
MISSUUHI. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
MISSUUHI. No Issues of Importance in the Municipal Elections -.7.- °2'_ ! a : Kansas City, April I.— The first election ' at Independence. Mo., under the Australian ballot system took place to-day." " The Democrats carried all the offices by a small majority, except the Mayor, Marshal and one Councilman. The election was without incident Kansas Cits", April 1. — The Mexico (Mo.) city election was held to-day under the Australian system. Tlie Democrats carried the city by 100 majority. :*„X Carthage, April I.— The election to-day was by the Australian system, which proved a 'Success. The Republicans carried the city by 500 majority. Cameron, April l.— The issue to-day was between high license and local option, and local option was defeated. Springfield, April l.— ln the local election to-day this city weut Republican by a largo majority. Warrensburg, April I.— The election was for Councilmen to-day. Two Republicans and two Democrats were elected. Excelsior SPRINGS. April I.— The Demo...
-♦-KANSAS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
-♦- KANSAS. Quiet Election, With Little Interest manifested. Emporia (Kan.), April I.— Six hundred women voted at the election to-day. There was no issue abuut resubmission. The Republicans carried the day. Topeka, April l.— A small vote was polled. There was one Democratic candidate for the Council and he was defeated. The town went Republican without opposition. AYicniTA, April I.— The election passed off quietly. The Republicans won. The question of resubmission was not up. Olatiie, April I.— A small vote was polled here. One woman was elected a member of the Board of Education. The Republicans carried the day. Scott, April I.— Only 1400 votes were cast, and the Republicans carried all but one ward by au average majority of 200. LEAVENWORTH, April I.— This city went Democratic to-day by the usual majority. Lawrence, April, I.— The women took little or do interest in to-day's election. The Republican ticket won over the Citizens' ticket. Kansas City. April The Republicans of Kausa...
AT MILWAUKEE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
AT MILWAUKEE. The Democrats Elect Their Entire Ticket by a Large Majority. Milwaukee, April I.— The Democrats made a complete sweep of the city to-day. Peck, the Democratic candidate for Mayor, receiving 6000 plurality over Brown (B.). The entire Democratic ticket was elected by a large majority.
A Woman E'.ected. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
A Woman E'.ected. Coxcord (X. 11.), April I.— An exciting election took place to-day over the candidates for the Board of Education, Mrs. Woodworth, a woman suffragist, whs elected over Major Dono'von. Women worked at the polls. Mrs. Woodworth is a Vassal graduate and the first womau over elected Id Concord. ' _