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TIRED OF LIFE." [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

TIRED OF LIFE." Abe I-src.r Ends ll. a Existence by Means of Coal Gas. The landlord of the Saint David's House, at 71.. Howard street, yesterday eveuiug detected the odor of illuminating gas in the hallways and upon making an investigation found it was issuing from the room of Abraham Karger, one of the lodgers. The door of the apartment was locked and when it was forced open Karger was found in an unconscious condition on the bed. Medical aid was summoned, but Karger was dead before a physician arrived. The Coroner was then notified, and caused the removal of the body to the Morgue. The deceased was about 30 years years of age, and known to be a salesman. He had been in the house for one month, but nothing was known of his antecedents. In a letter addressed to the landlord he stated that he was out of employment, and had little chance of obtaining work; he was tired of living, and concluded to end his existence. The letter also stated that he was a Knight of Pythias, and expected t...

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Suicide by Morphine. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

Suicide by Morphine. A young man named Huge Roach was taken to the Receiving Hospital at an early hour this morning from G__ Howard street. He was unconscious from morphine and the poison had taken such an effect on his system that death was expected in a few hours. He came lately from Cleveland, Ohio, and was up to a few days ago one of the number at work in the park on the new road. Lack of employ is supposed to have been the cause of his act.

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Charged With Embezzlement. ' [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

Charged With Embezzlement. ' George Critclier, a clerk in George Johnson's wholesale liquor- store on Front street, was arrested last night for embezzlement by Detective Han ley. It is charged that on last Tuesday the accused collected 8318 due his employer, and squandered the money about town.

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Morphine I'olsoniui*. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

Morphine I'olsoniui*. Eugene A. Johnson, colored, a barber living in the lodging-house, 719 Market street, committed suicide some time last night. His death was discovered at an early hour this morning. A quantity of morphine was found in his room. No cause is assigned for the act.

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School-Teachers' Warrants. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

School-Teachers' Warrants. School-teachers' warrants will be ready for delivery this morning at the Secretary's office. They are out one day ahead of the usual time.

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LATEST SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

LATEST SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Sailed. Thursday, April 3. Stmr Record, Jensen. Foreign Ports. BIRKENHEAD-Arrived Apr 2— Ship Halewood, from San Francisco. Movements of Transatlantic Steamers. QUEENSTOWN- Arrived Apr 2-Stmr Germanic, from New York.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

BIRTHS— MARRIAGES— DEATHS. I lilrth, marriage aud death notice, sent by mall will not he inserted. They must he handed In at either of the publication offices and be ludorsed with the name and residence of persons authorised to have the same published.] BOBS. STEIN-In this city, April 2, 1890, Jto the wife of Joe Stein, a daughter. MURRAY— In this city, March 12, 1890, to the wife or William F. Murray, a daughter. JOSSELYN-In Alameda, April 2, 1890, to the wife of Joel S. Josselyn, a daughter. QI J' I _? «■_. " •*" «»r. April a, 1890, to the wife of E. E. Olllon, a daughter. EATON-In Alameda, March 31, 1890, to the wife or J. F. Eaton, a son. LINDLEY— In Albion, Idaho, March 18. 1890 to the wire or W. E. Llndley, M. D., a daughter. IKENBERG-ln this city. March 31, 1890, to the wife of Max lkenberg, a daughter. COHEN-Iu thlsclty. March 31, 1890, to the wife of Nathan Cohen, a daughter. MARIS— In this city, March 29, 1890, to the wife of William Maris, a son. SWIFT-ln this city, March...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

services THIS DAY (Friday), at 2 o'clock p. it., at St. John's Episcopal Church, Oakland (Marketstreet station;. , Interment private. ; No flowers.** CULLY— In this city, April 2, 1890, Annie E., beloved wife or Joseph J. Cully and beloved daughter or Bridget aud the late .lames Byrnes ana sister or Mrs. J. Kelly and James and Christopher Byrnes, a native or San Francisco, aged 22 years, 6 mouths and 7 days. Weep not for me, dear ones and friends; I'm not dead, but sleeping here. I'm not yours, but Christ's alone. He loved me best and took me home. 1 -M._ii.il .__ JWTFrlend. and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY (Friday), at 10 o'clock a. if., from her late residence, 220 Union street. lut.nnent Holy Cross Cemetery. ' •* RUMMEL-In this city, April 2, 1890, Elizabeth Ruminel. sister of William Merckelbach and mother of Margaretha, Friedrlch and l.llne Rummel, a native of Worms am Rhine, Germany, aged 40 years and 3 mouths. J-T" Friends and acq uain...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 4 April 1890

= —"9 SB-_BH_-ft_Bo-BH-9 MISCELLANEOUS. 'Ti PARLOR CABINETS, DESKS! BOOK-CASES ! ■ This is the last week of our Clearance Sale, during" which we will make «V special feature of CABINETS. DESKS, and CASES. ° Buyers should not fail to examine our stock; it is unquestionably thi largest, and decidedly the lowest priced, for good reliable furniture, that wil give permanent satisfaction. CALIFORNIA F .HTH COMPANI (_xr. __-». c -_>__-___: «*. Co.) STARR KING BUILDING, 117-123 GEARY. mrl _ Fr 8p Sn 12p 7t _-_-__i_-_?_^_ i --r ;_y__. .,wrß-__g_a Statement, Jan. Ist, 1890. H-H-M^DonalA p_csr f^__%E?_Nin) l _-_[__ Established 1863. JH D___st(l-iteied__^^S (§ffL%s&{4 ia!-_?j_i-_ CksL^2 I *$§ >Ksfi£(-&&&3 Jj^^MM pl^^Capital Stack. |^Sf3|^*§ 1.000,000.00. 1 __f__^^ SUEPL " —^° 00^ M Resources 94,soo.ooo.oo Vge/Zr Dnring; the past year we have paid ffJs our regular dividends and have added •V *^ another $50,000 to our surplus f...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

The Morning Call. VOLUME LXVII— NO. 136. SAN FRANCISCO, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, IS9O-EIGHT PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS.

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A RELAPSE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

A RELAPSE. The Czar Prostrated With Influenza. The Imperial Family Vacates Gatschlna Upon the Finding of Explosives. Oil-Fields ln the Northwest Territory to Be Thoroughly Examined by American Eiperts. EpecUl by the California Associated Press. London, April A— The latest dispatches received here of the condition of the Czar state that he Is suffering a relapse from influenza and has been compelled to postpone the audiences he had arranged for. The police having discovered explosives in the neighborhood of the palace at G;itschlna, the imperial family has renounced its intention of spending the end of Lent there. .s Berlin, April 4.— lt is stated here that *the Czar was recently warned to abandon fills proposed excursion to Poland, Accordingly there was a change in pi ' V It was subsequently discovered thai a plot was formed to wreck his train. Several persons supposed to be implicated ere arrested.

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. PREFERRED THE GERMANS, [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

. PREFERRED THE GERMANS, Stanley Talks About Emm Pasha's Agreement to Be -Enter Africa. London*, April 4.— The.Times' correspondent at Cairo telegraphs that in an interview Stanley said: "Kmin had both English and German offers, and he cannot be blamed if ho thought the German offers preferable. Things have gone unfortunately awry since Emm returned and it is likely that matters were misrepresented during his illness. If he wins over the Arabs be will add to his reputation and not hurt English interests. Still the Germans cannot be too cautious in their natural desire to secure trade routes. I have heard of no actions either by the Germans or by Emm that would chill my sympathy with them. Emin 'a proclamation reveals soreness and was unnecessary. I accept Eiuiu'B -action as proof that he has recovered from his accident. I wish him boa voyage. The gospel of enterprise is spreading.*'

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MOBBED BY STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

MOBBED BY STUDENTS. A Russian General Seriously lijared—Excitement in Finl.nd. St. Petersburg, April 4.— A1l the universities here are closed. G.neral Gresser, Chief of Police, was today mobbed by a party of students, who threw him down and kicked him. inflicting possibly serious injuries. The excitement ;s intense. IThe Czar Is greatly incensed because of the disturbances, and has signified his intention of closing ail the higher public educational establishments for the year, It is feared, however, that a tear's idleness will foster the growth of disaffection. The report that the Czar is to abolish the * liberties of Finland is received by the peoTj|' pie of that country with great disfavor, - nd trouble is certain to follow any attempt - to put the scheme into operation.

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OIL IN CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

OIL IN CANADA. American Experts to Thoroughly Ex. mine the New Fields. Winnipeg, April 4.— The Dominion Gov—ernment lias ..announced to - the . provincial I authorities its intention to organize an expedition, headed by American experts, to explore the oil regions in the far north near Athabasca. Professor Dawson, who passed through the territory, says: "If the indications of oil are correct Canada has the largest oil- bearing district in the world, comprising 150,000 square miles, and as the Indications extend down, the Mackenzie Kiver below Athabasca, the above area may only be part of the oil-beariug country. Some of the lakes and rivers iv the north are covered to a depth of several inches with oil, which has exuded from the banks."

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PRINCELY PUGILISTS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

PRINCELY PUGILISTS. Two Titled Brothers Qairrel and Eeaort to Bare K.nck'es. Dresden, April 4.— Court circles are gossiping about the light between Princes Charles and Leopold ol Schwarz-burg-Sonderhausen. The Princes are brothers. Leopold Is unmarried, while Charles is married. They quarreled at the Casino Club over the proposed marriage settlement of Leopold, and pummeled each other In fine shape. Both have black eyes, and Leopold has removed his personal effects from the castle.

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MAI RESULT IX TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

MAI RESULT IX TROUBLE. Determination of Italians to Parade Though Troops Will Oppose Them. Rome, April 4.— The intention of the unemployed workingmen to parade on the 13th disturbs the Government which is already harassed by virtual bankruptcy and exasperating foreign complications. Crispi has ordered the military to suppress all demonstrations. The leaders of the movement declare they will parade though the entire Italian army opposes them.

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A CONCILIATORY ACT. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

A CONCILIATORY ACT. Eepeal of the Obnoxious Bait Act by the Newfoundland Leeis'atnre. St. John (Newfoundland), April 4.— lt bas been decided to repeal the Bait Act, and hereafter French and American fishermen will be permitted to freely purchase bait in Newfoundland harbors upon the payment of tonnage arid license fees, but the exportation of bait to St. Pierre, Miquelou, is prohibited.

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FORGERS CAPTURED. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

FORGERS CAPTURED. A Large Quantity of Boeus Spanish end Italian Bonds Disposed Of. London, April 4.— A gang of forgers of Spanish and Italian bonds has been caught at Trieste. Their forgeries amount to 25.000.000 francs. It is stated that many well-known men in London and Paris helped to dispose of the bonds.

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THE CHINKS-. EMPEROR. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

THE CHINKS-. EMPEROR. He Starts on a Visit, Accompanied by Thousand, of Hit Subjects. Peking, April 4.— The Emperor, accompanied by Li Hung Chang, the Chinese Grand Chancellor, and a retinue of 10,000 persons, has started on a visit lo the eastern mausoleums. He will return April 12th.

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