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The Examiner, San Francisco

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The Examiner is an American daily newspaper from San Francisco (California) founded in 1863 as the Democratic Press, a pro-Confederacy, pro-slavery, pro-Democrat party paper opposed to Abraham Lincoln, but after his assassination in 1865, the paper's offices were destroyed by a mob, and starting on 12 june 1865, it was called the Daily Examiner.

The newspaper published 16 short stories and 1 novel written by Arthur Conan Doyle between 1891 and 1894.

By Conan Doyle in The Examiner