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PUGET SOUND STEAMEKS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
PUGET SOUND STEAMEKS. A General Advance of Paneneer and Freight Rates Announced. Tacoma, April 2.— Saturday there will be a general advance of passenger and freight rates by all the steamboat companies doing business on Puget Sound. Freight rates will be advanced 30 per cent, while the increase of passenger rates will he from 30 to 50 per cent It is claimed that some lines have been doing business at a loss, while others were not paying operating expenses. Every line on the sound is a party to the compact. -a&gt;
TEACHEKS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
TEACHEKS' INSTITUTE. The Members Enj-y a Ride About Healdsbnrg end Litton's Spiings. Healdsburo, April 2.— Lectures were given before the Teachers' Institute to-day by Will S. Monroe on "Morals and Manners," and by Mrs. Edith Style on "The Kindergarten System." A lecture was delivered to-night by A. C. Hirst. The teachers enjoyed a ride about the city this evening and to Litton's Springs. Ira G. Hoitt, State Superintendent, gave an address last evening. ♦
PKESCOTT. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
PKESCOTT. Sale of a Mine— A Large Grant to Be Fenced » With Wire. Prescott, April 2.— Fred Saltess has just sold a mine to Martin Lewis of Colorado for $20,000. Mr. Lewis has gone to the Santa Maria district to look at the mine. The storm just passed did the country a great deal of good. Fifty miles of wire fencing are to be placed around the Baca grant. Ten houses are in course of construction here.
EQUALS THE COMSTOCK. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
EQUALS THE COMSTOCK. A Rich Ledge Said to Have Been Struck in Nevada. Carson, April 2.— Parties just arrived from the scene of the gold strike at Wellington, Douglass County, report that James Gardner, a wholesale merchant and capitalist, has struck a ledge seven feet wide, assaying $600 to the ton. It is said to equal the Comstock lode. There is great excitement. Gardner's title is perfect.
AN UNPROFITABLE BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
AN UNPROFITABLE BUSINESS. Receiver Appointed for the Pacific Carriage and Implement Company. Spokane Falls, April 7.— A receiver was appointed to-day for the* Pacific . Carriage and Implement Company, which was organized last January with 550,000 capital. The business has not prospered. Tho assets are $40,000; liabilities $20,000. *
BASE-BALL CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
BASE-BALL CONFERENCE. Important Questions Discussed at a Special Mee'intr of the Players' League. New York, April 2.— A special meeting of the Players' Base-ball League was held at the Fifth-avenue Hotel to-day. The object of the conference was to discuss generally the outlook for the coming season and to provide for the success of the Brotherhood. An important question before the league was the proposition to change' the schedule. Men who have put their money into .- the scheme want to fix dates in the schedule so as not to clash with the games of the National League, while players are opposed to anything of the sort. The question of reinstating Beckley of Pittsburg and Delehanty and Mulvey of Philadelphia, who. went back to the National League after signing with the Brotherhood, came up before the meeting, and as there seems to be no opposition, they will probably be received with open arms. •
ARREST OF TWO BRUTES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
ARREST OF TWO BRUTES. They Narrowly Eacape Lynching at the Ha- of Infuriated Citisene. Eatontown (N. J.), April 2.-John Callahan ' were arrested this morning. They broke Into the home of James Rowell, a war veteran, shortly after midnight and held Rowell at bay. with a revolver and both assaulted Mrs. Rowell. They next attempted to ■■ enter the house •of Alfred Woodhall at Trenton Falls, but were frightened away by pistol shots. The populace was Infuriated when the outrage was known. After the arrest a lynchiug party formed and an assault on the jail was threatened, but cooler counsel prevailed. =====
■ v .' A'CherUbed Exeat*. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
■ v .' A'CherUbed Exeat*. " I don't want Broad street paved with ' asphalt." '-»■■-______■__________. " Why not?". ~J_»-»fvSP-_l " Because my wife's church is ' on that street and my only excuse s for staving at home is that the noise is so great 'that I cant hear the Philadelphia inquirer. -■.•■...'.-.".,' ■:•'.■;•".■.•• ..:-.■:■) ■ -■'. m ■ '.'■ The ; Spring . Opening I ot . Mrs. Adcock, 10 ' Kearuy street, occurs to-day and continues dur- . ing ihe weak, j All the latest novelties in the millinery hue. ... ■ ... .-
ONE MAN'S WORK. "- ■ – :. : .■■.-*■■■ ■--'■'- ____________a> ' [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
ONE MAN'S WORK. "- ■ - :. : .■■.-*■■■ ■--'■'- _V**a__________H_____a&gt; ' A Stage Held Up by a Lone Highwayman. Nine Male Passengers Cowed by the Desperado's Deadly Rifle. Terrible Fate of a Railroad Conductor Near Delta— Burned to Death ln a . Wreck. Special by tlio California Associated Press. San Diego, April 2.— Steamer passengers this morning fromEnsenada say the Alamo stage was held up at 9 o'clock Monday morning by a highwayman, after going five miles toward Eusenada. There were nine men in the stage with a gun and a pistol under the front seat. The robber stood on a bluff above in the brush and covered them with his rifle, ordering them to throw out the International Company's bullion, but it was »ot in the coach. Major Zimpelman of the El Paso mine had about 88000 in bullion, and William T. Vaughan, an Alamo merchant, $1000 in dust—altogether &amp; 10,000 aboard. The fellow then ordered the passengers to throw out what they had. One pitched him twelve Mexic...
AN AWFUti FATE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
AN AWFUti FATE. A Railroad Conductor Caught in a Wreck and Burned to a Crisp. Delta, April 2.— The regular southbound freight train parted when two miles north of here at 4:30 o'clock this morning. Two light engines, which were following, struck the caboose, driving it through a coach which was ahead of it, pinning Conductor G. D. Gale in. The wreck then caught fire immediately, burning the caboose and coach and also burning Conductor Gale to a crisp. The track will be cleared in a few hours for other trains.
A _ TON. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
A _ TON. A Backward Spring, bu&gt; Immense Crops Assured—New Enterprises. Dayton (Wash.), April This is the most backward spring in twenty-eight rears. It is fine weather now and showery, mmeiise crops are assured. J. 11. Hosier's residence and contents were burned Mouday night. The loss is S2000; insured. The Hunt road will probably be extended from Dayton to Lewiston, Idaho, this summer. Several new enterprises in Dayton are assuming proportions.
THE HEAVY-WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
THE HEAVY- WEIGHTS. Corbett and Sullivan Will Box \ Four Rounds. Opinions of Local Sportsmen on the Result— La Blanche Is Going E--.it on Pleasure Beat— Foot-Bacing. The sporting fraternity of this city was somewhat surprised yesterday when it learned' that Professor Jem Corbett had sent a dispatch to the Olympic Club asking the Directors' permission to box John L. Sullivan, the Napoleon of pugilists, four rounds. ... After considering the matter the Directors voted to a man to allow their professor an opportunity of meeting the champion pugilist of the world. President Hammond wired Corbett the following: Club grants permission. -Make arrangements suitable to yourself. The match will in all probability be made to take place in Madison Gardens about the 19th of this montb, and from the fact of Corbett having bested Kilrain, the interest in the coming contest will be very great indeed. A letter from Corbett, which was received by a member of the club very recently, states that Sulliv...
ITEMS OF IJSTE--ST. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
ITEMS OF IJSTE--ST. An Eastern syndicate has bought the street railroad system .of Pueblo, Colo., for $250,000. An exhibition of 1000 different sorts ol horseshoes, including some made by the ancient Romans, is now going on in London. Tradesmen of all sorts at Utica, N. V., not only sell their delinquent accounts at public sale, but advertise them iv the papers. A Kentucky colored jockey In revenge gave his enemy a pipe to smoke loaded with powder, thus destroying his eve and possibly his life. A native paper states that the Japanese Government's indebtedness to foreign countries, which in 1879 amounted to $10,000,000. is now only $1,000,000. The Indications are that the South Carolina rice crop will be the largest made in many years. The winter has been very favorable to the planters. For almost killing a colored man named McKinley, in Camden, on New Year's day, Alfred Reed was yesterday fine $30 by Judge Hugg and discharged. Mrs. Harriet E. Wright of Oneida, N. V., is the proud po...
SHOCKING OUTRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
SHOCKING OUTRAGE. A Canadian Priest Brutally ; Treated by Burglars. His Injuries So Serious That His Recoyery Is Doubtful. Probability of Green way and Martin Being Shelved by the Manitoba Liberals. ■ Another Victim. ' Special by tbe California Associated Press. Quebec, April 2.— Father Corrivault, the parish priest of Disraeli, was attacked in his presbytery last night by burglars, : who robbed him of his money and shockingly ill-treated him. His recovery is doubtful. They threw him downstairs, and the lamp which he held burst, setting fire to his night' clothes. To extinguish the fire his assailants dragged him out of the house and rolled him in the snow, where they left him after he had partly revived. He afterward managed to get back to his bed-room, where he was found in the morning unconscious and bathed in blood.
GREENYa'AY AND MARTIN. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
GREENYa'AY AND MARTIN. Manitoba Liberals Will Shelve Them Both in Order to Retain Control of affairs. Winnipeg, April 2.— The breach between the members of the Provisional Government bas caused a panic among the Liberals throughout the province, and strong efforts are being made by the party to retain control of affairs by throwing overboard both Premier Greenway and Attorney-General Martin, who aspires to be Premier. Should Greenway and Martin be shelved, and it seems absolutely certain that they will be, Provisional Treasurer-McMillan will be requested to form a cabinet that shall uot include in its membership any one under the control of either Greenway or Martin.
A MISSING I.A It 1.. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
A MISSING I.A It 1.. Hon. Henry Boyle Starts for . Canada in Search of His Brother. London, Airil 2.— Hon. Henry Boyle started to-day for Canada in search of his elder brother. Viscount Boyle, who, through his father's death, has become the Earl of Shannon. Seven years ago Viscount Boyle resigned- his commission in the army, and, with his brother, purchased a ranch in Western Canada. The undertaking failed and Henry returned to England. Viscount Boyle has uot siuce been heard of. He was once a member of the Canadiau Parliament.
ANOTHER VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
ANOTHER VICTIM. A Young Englishman Duped by a Fraudulent London Agent. ' St. Thomas (Ont.). April 2.— A young Englishman named James Potter arrived en route to Walkers Station to become the pupil of a farmer. He says he is the victim of a fraudulent Loudon agent who secured £50 in return for a position on a farm. Potter had BircheH's advertisement and intended to correspond with him, but made other arrangements. Four or five others are on their way out here. »
AN OUTBHGAK IMMINENT. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
AN OUTBHGAK IMMINENT. Trouble Brewing Bstween Servia and Bulgaria Through Russian Interference. London, April The Servian agent, in compliance with the Government's instructions, will leave for Sofia to-morrow. A rupture between Servia and Bulgaria is imminent. The trouble is said to have heen fomented by Russia.
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 3 April 1890
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. The Great Difference Between Ours and That of Canada. They have a federative Government in the Dominion of Canada and we have one in the United States, hut how few of us take the trouble to notice the wide difference between them. We do not now mean to direct attention to the obvious and superficial fact that our President is chosen by the people, while the Governor-General of the Dominion is appointed by Queen Victoria. Were the Canadians to elect their Governor-General tomorrow, the profound and vital difference between the two federative systems would still exist. - The fundamental distinction between the Dominion Constitution and our own is that by the former all powers not expressly delegated to the provinces are reserved to the federation, whereas the Federal organic law of this couutry is based upon precisely "the contrary principle. •* Passing to details, we observe that the Dominion Government nan exclusive control of the Canadian militia, whereas on thi...