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tv—-— . Mill Burned. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

tv— - — . Mill Burned. Ottcmwa (Iowa), ; March 4. — The Ottumwa oatmeal mill was burned last night. Loss, $35,800; insurance, $28,500.

Publication Title: San Francisco Call
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CONGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

CONGRESS. Matters Discussed in the Senate and House. Amendments to the Zoological Park Bill Non-Concurred In. The Montana Election Case — A Protest , Against tbe Placing of a Dot; on Hides— Mormonism In Idaho. *- Special by the Calltornla Associated Press. Washington, April 3.— The Senate convened at 11 o'clock this morning. On motion of Edmunds it was decided not to hold session to-morrow, Good Friday. '■'■• Junes of Arkansas raised the point of no quorum, and a call of the Senate was made, resulting in a quorum answering to their names. A motion to non-concur in the House amendments to the Zoological Park Bill, which compelled the District of Columbia to pay half of the expenses, started a general debate, which was participated in by about half of the Senate. The motion to non-concur was carried. A number of memorials were presented and bills introduced. The District of Columbia Street Railway Bill came iip and precipitated further debate. y. Sherman moved to reconsider the vote b...

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PACIFIC ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

PACIFIC ROADS. Statement of Attorney Story Before the Honse Committee. . Washington, April 3.— The House Committee on Pacific Railroads heard further statements by Moorefield Store, the attorney of the Union Pacific, supplemental to President ; Adams' statements,' and including figures, wliich he promised to file with the committee, y Story submitted a copy of the pending bill to fund the Government indebtedness of the Pacific roads, containing amendments suggested by President Adams to meet the case of the Union Pacific The changes of consequence proposed are the abolition of the Government ;guarantee of bonds . to be > issued, and'provision 5? for ■■'■■ cancellation _• upon "\ the <-■' full i payment -'of « bonds - and readjustment of i the amounts -, of . the . payments, somewhat upon The plan" proposed. In the case of the Central Pacific, so as to fund half of the interest for '"- the first ten years and thereby * reduce . the amount of first payments with ...

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FRACTIONALi CURRENCY: [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

FRACTION ALi CURRENCY: Its Use in. the Mails Not Looked Upon. With ■ Favor by Wanamaker. * : Washington, April 3.— The House Committee on -Banking ; and . Currency to-day further discussed' the subject ' of * issuing fractional currency for use In the mail. The sub-committee reported that the Post-master-General did not regard the proposition with favor. He preferred something on the English system of making redeemable by Postmasters the stamps affixed to a card, so that the card could not be used for mail purposes. -.' '.- - ■ •

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MERCHANT : MARINE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

MERCHANT : MARINE. A Bill to Place It On an Equal Footing With That of Other Nations. Washington, April 3.— The House Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries has reported "a bill to place the American merchant marine engaged in foreign trade upon an equality with that of other nations." The report accompanying it says In part: "The ocean transportation of the United States has averaged $--0,000,000 annually for the past ten years. Taking our share of this trade at 75 per cent, we have an amount of $180,000,000, 10 per cent of which is $18,000,000. Surely it would not be a bad Investment for the nation to pay out $18,000,000 annually to secure an opportunity to earn aud save $180,000,000; but if this is too large make it 5 per cent. That would be double what the Bounty Bill will call for in ten years to come." * The estimate of tho committee is, that under the terms of the bill the payment in bounties for the first year would be: For sail vess-*15,51,644,815; steam vessels, $1,715...

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NAVAL ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

NAVAL ORDERS. The Enterprise Ordered Oat of Commission and ths Crew Discharged. Washington, April 3.— Captain Byron Wilson has been ordered to the command of the receiving-ship Independence. Captain John M. Philip has been detached from the command of the receivingship Independence and ordered to serve as a member of the Board of Inspection and Survey of Sau Francisco, CaL Commander A. A. Batchelier has been detached from the navy-yard at Norfolk and ordered to special duty at the Dela-ware-River Iron Works, Chester, Pa. Commander Braine at the Brooklyn Navy-yard has been ordered to put the United States ship Enterprise out of commission as soon as possible. The officers are to be detached and the crew discharged.

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SOUTHERN FEDERAL COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

SOUTHERN FEDERAL COURTS. A Committee of the Heme to Inquire Into Alleged Abuses. Washington, April 3.— The House Committee on Judiciary has appointed a sub. committee to visit Alabama and the neighboring Southern States to investigate the alleged improper action of court officers in instituting prosecutions simply for the purpose of collecting fees. It is also charged that sentences in criminal cases have been suspended without warrant of law. -

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A Statue fir France. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

A Statue fir France. Washington, April 3.— A number of well-known ladies, including the wives of Senators Jones, McMillan, Payne and Hearst, Mrs. Whit-law Reid, Mrs. Florence Bayard and Mrs. Frank Hatton, met yesterday and decided to issue an address calling upon the women of America for contributions for a bronze statue, to be presented to France as a token of friendship.

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A SICK GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

A SICK GOVERNOR. New Hampshire's Chief Executive Inca- pacitated for Duty. Concord (N. H.), April 3.— At a meeting ot the Governor's Council yesterday an official communication was sent to President D. Arthur Tagcnrt of the Senate, reciting that Governor Goodell is incapacitated by ill-health for the discharge of bis duties, and requesting that Taggart assume the gubernatorial oflice. Bff Governor Goodell was elected by the Legislature, there having been no choice by the people at the last election. He Is a wealthy manufacturer nnd a Republican in politics. His birthplace, Hillsboro, is in New Hampshire, where he has always lived, and his residence is at Antrim. Governor Goodell belongs to the army of temperance workers, and is President of the State Temperance Union. . His previous public services include membership in the State Legislature and also in the Governor's Council. David 11. Goodell.

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IOWA ANTI-PROHIBITIONISTS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

IOWA ANTI-PROHIBITIONISTS. Appeal for Relief From the Evils of Free . Whisky. Dcs Moines, April 3.— The anti-prohibi-tion Republicans aro following up their movement of yesterday by a direct appeal to the Republicans in the Legislature to change the prohibitory laws. The Executive Committee of the new association has prepared an address to a joint Republican caucus of the Senate and House, which was submitted to-night. - Among other things It says the situation in the largest and- most important cities of the State, and indeed of many other communities, is deplorable. - To leave them , as they are, subject to all the evils which absolute free whisky can -inflict, Is little less than treason. :- There never was ' a time when whisky was so openly sold . as at the present time in the large cities. -

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BURNED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

BURNED TO DEATH. A Woman Loses Her Life by a Peculiar Acci- , dent. • Duluth (Minn.), April 3.— Mrs. M. Pierre was burned >to death this morning as the result of a peculiar accident. ; She was boiling pitch and threw some water into the kettle to cool it. Iv some way the kettle was upset and the unfortunate woman was covered with its contents, which caught fire.

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The Oelncbt-Fair Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

The Oelncbt-Fair Wedding. . New York, d April The Commercial Advertiser says: The nuptial of Herman Oelrichs to Miss Fair will create more than an ordinary ■ ripple ;In this gay world of ours. ' Oelrichs is the most popular bachelor iv the East and Miss Fair one of the greatest heiresses of the Pacific Coast. - So It is a union of the East and West. '

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K.-nter Llllea. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

K.-nter Llllea. A beautifully illuminated cover of Easter ; Lilies and . ■ Mrs. Amelia ■ E." ; Burr's : new story, entitled, '. "The . Household of - McNeil,", make this week's New York ; Ledger a literary and artistic com. • *

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DE LESSEPS' FAILURE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

DE LESSEPS' FAILURE. Disastrous Collapse of the Pan-' ama Canal Scheme. The Report of the French Commission a Disheartening One for the Unforv".:. tunate Investors. The Panama Canal Commission has presented its disheartening report, and Da Lessens has been reluctantly compelled to admit that his great scheme is a disastrous failure. The collapse has been too long expected to occasion much surprise bore. In France, however, the report has deepened the gloom of the despondent stockholders, the hard-earned savings of all classes having been engulfed In the great ditch. De Lesseps . and bis associates succeeded, by his glowing predictions of success.'in securing about $285,000,000 from his compatriots, for which stocks and bonds were issued to the amount of $426,923,000. At the inception of the undertaking De Lesseps declared this , canal easier to construct than the Suez Canal. To him the difficulties pointed out by the , American engineers as insurmountable were , mere trifles. He cla...

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ANTI-CHINESE LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

ANTI-CHINESE LEGISLATION. Religions Bodies Oppose the Ennmerati ' ', Bill— Methodists Criticized. y"_; New Yokk, April a— The members -of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church, the American Board (Congregational), Episcopal Board, the American Baptist Missionary Union, the Missionary Society of the Methodist Church, .the American Bible {Society, the Evangelical Alliance and Society of Friends met 'today in this city to consider the Chinese Enumeration Bill now before the Senate, with special reference to its bearing upon missionary work and" property' in Cnina. The sentiment of the meeting was strongly opposed to the bill. It was argued that itadoption would bo a violation of treaty rights, and all present were apprehensive ' that it would endanger the personal safety ■ of American missionaries resident in China and greatly hamper their work. It was decided to leave more specific action for mwsionary societies separately. All the socio- 1 ties represented missions...

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Thomas' Cornell's Will. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

Thomas' Cornell's Will. Rondout (N. V.), April Thomas Cornell's will has been probated. The estate, valued at $3,500,000, is left to immediate relatives. There were : no charitable bequests. -..■:■*; °

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

Purify Your Blood ••. . The Importance of thoroughly rurlfylng the blood This Spring canuot be over-estimated." The extraordinary epidemic of "the grip" and other diseases, the unhealtbfnt winter, close confinement indoors and carelessness in diet, have caused accumulation of Impurities ln the blood which most be expelled before you can feel well and strong again. The universal praise given Hood's Sarsaparllla by those who have taken it, should certainly convince you that It Is the ideal Spring Medicine. It acta especially and Immediately npon the blood, overcomes physical weakness, revives the health-ton* - and cr eates • good appetite. i Try It this spring. ' 1 ... "My son was afflicted with tbe worst type et scrofula, and on the recommendation of my draggist I gave htm Hood's Sarsaparllla. { To-day he Is sound and well, notwithstanding it was said there was not enough medicine In I Illinois to effect a core."— J. C_— is tian, OUpotls, 111. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggist...

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LEASE OR LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

LEASE OR LICENSE. Prison •. Directors Crawling 2. Through a Small Hole. Thai Campaign Quarry Must Be Worked. ■-■■■-...- The Struggle to Fill the Waterman "Sack" Goes On. Director Fat Keddy Doe's Seme Expert Jugglinir With the Law-Sealed Bids and Fair . y" Competition Not Wanted— State Loss. Yesterday's meeting of the State Board oi Prison. Directors at San Quentin was an harmonious one. PS_K In fact, it was as smooth and unruffled as preconcerted action upon the part of the Directors could make it. ____________ But grave doubts and a severe uncertainty filled the minds of the contractors during the business thai came up previous to the question of letting the privileges at the San Qu__ tin quarries. - Daniel Sheerin was therewith a bland and confident smile, but bad taken the precaution to fetch along bis attorney, XV. W. Foote_'wbo did the talking when the time came. The latter earned his fee and left do -doubt as to the determination of the little bosses— Crimmins and Kelly— to fi...

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A BURGLARS' PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

A BURGLARS' PICNIC. Daring Criminals Work Without molestation. San Francisco's Citizens Victimized by Crooks of All Sorts, Who Elude the Police. Justice Burlesqued. The city of late has been overrun with sneak- thieves, pickpockets, burglars and robbers, and their daring acts are becoming more alarming lrom day to day. More than half the cases reported to the police are never heard of by the public. Thus it is that citizens have no idea of the extent of these crimes, nor of how careful they should be in guarding against them. A great part of the present state of affairs is said to be due, mainly, to the influx of idle men and many reckless characters frcm all points of the compass this winter, who, through dull times and destitution, turn to plundering a3 a means of livelihood ; but the police know there are numerous crooks and ex-convicts here, who so adroitly and cunningly carry on their work that it is hard to keep track of them. The Western Addition is their most fruitful field ...

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