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SCORED BY THE JUDGE.
A San Francisco Doctor Ac
cused of Unprofessional
CRUCIFIED A RATTLESNAKE.
One of the Escaped Bears Cap
tured Up a Tree by
Oakland Office ?an FranclSOO Call,*
908 Broadway, Oct. 14. i
Dr. Arthur Marten of San Francisco was
severely reprimanded by Judge Ellsworth
this morning, because of the remarkable
allegations contained in his complaint to
recover $800 for professional services. The
most extraordinary allegation was that
Marten had been hired to keep Harry
Waleton, the plaintiff's husband, alive long
enough to make his will in her favor. Dr.
Marten said he was engaged to administer
medically and to use such taot, strategy
and diplomacy as was necessary to over
come the patient's obstinacy in refusing to
make a will.
Dr. Marten exceeded his agreement and
ilaleton recovered, hence the suit. Judge
Ellsworth administered a scathing rebuke
to the doctor.
"This is the most extraordinary com
plaint I ever heard of that was filed in a
court of justice,' said the Judge. "You
have set forth he re an unlawful act. and if
you have done that which you set forth
you are not fit to be a physician. No
reputable physician would use his position
to induce a patient who has the utmost
confidence in his doctor to make a will in
favor of any one. If you have done this
thing you are unworthy to hold the posi
tion of a physician in the community. I
do not see how you could be so blunted in
a moral sense as not to realize what an un
lawful thing this is.
"The effort to gain the confidence of a
patient to exert an influence of this kind
is so clearly wrong that I can hardly be
lieve a man in the capacity of legal ad
viser and physician would attempt such a
thing. The demurrer is sustained. Your
motion to overrule and amend the com
plaint is denied."
CRUCIFIED A BATTLER.
A Lively Minute With the Reptile Xear
William Reidy, who resides near Liver
more, undertook to crucify a rattlesnake
which his children had discovered, and
which had taken refuge in a hole in the
ground. The rattler was too big for his
hiding-place, and a considerable piece of
his tail projected. Reidy, having
pinioned the reptile with a stick, pro
ceeded to drive a nail through its tail,
anticipating the pleasure of seeing it bite
its head off in its rage to get free.
But the snake doubled on itself like a
flash, and JJrs. Reidy, who was holding
the stick on its tail, screamed and ran just
as the rattler stuck his fangs into Mr.
Reidy's hand. The reptile then escaped,
and Mr. Reidy hurried off to town. He
walked two miles to the Cunningham
ranch, where a team was hitched up and a
hurried journey was made to the nearest
doctor. By the time the patient reached
lJr. Gordon's at Livermore his hand had
swollen alarmingly, and heroic measures
were taken to suppress the progress of the
poison. Mr. Reidy is out of danger, but
lie 6ays that the next time he attacks a
rattler he will be more discreet, if less
VALUE OF THE COITXTY.
Figures Presented by the Auditor to the
Auditor M. A. Whidden presented a re
port of the financial condition of Alameda
County to the Supervisors to-day. It was
Acres of land, 44,445,450: value of real
estate, other than city and town lots, $17,
--466,044; value of improvements on same,
|3,33j>,526: value of city and town lots,
$40,335,743; value of improvements on
same, $22,329,150; value of improvements
on real estate assessed to others than the
owners of such real estate, $45,590; total
value of real estate, $57,791,787; total value
of improvements on same, $25,713,266;
value of personal property including
money. $«, 806,291; total amount of preced
ing figures, $92,311,344; value of railroads
assessed by the State Board of Equaliza
tion, $1,993,153: grand total of all prop
erty. $93,304,497 ; total value of mortgages,
trust, deeds and other debt obligations
Treed a Black Bear.
A week ago two pet bears escaped from
the Hearst ranch at Pleasanton. Since
then the western side of the county has
been full of bear-hunters. Arthur Feidler
heard that the animals had been seen near
Sunol and at once informed the ranch peo
ple. He was told to take them alive or
dead and keep them.
Before arriving on the ground, however,
he found two Spaniards and a young
man named Cull in possession of a dead
bruin. They had treed him and roped
him and strangled him to death. The
beast was a small black bear and weighed
less than 300 pounds. The other bear is
still at large. The animals seem to have
fed mostly on grapes while enjoying their
Francia Keichling's Funeral.
The funeral of Francis Reichling, the
wealthy mining man, took place to-day.
The services were conducted by Rev.
Father Akerley and music was rendered
by a special choir. The honorary pall
bearers were: J. C. Rued, H. Althof,
Charles tfeishaw, Judge Adams, Prentiss
.Selby, Charles Haven, John Taylor and A.
Folkers. The interment was at Mountain
Seut to San Quentln.
John Kearns, who has been playing on
Judge Frick's sympathy, was sentenced
to-day. Kearns was convicted of breaking
into a church, and a prior conviction was
also placed against him. He denied that
the prior referred to him, and pleaded
leniency on account of his age — 68 years.
To-day it was proved that his story was a
fake, "and Judge Frick sent him to San
Quentin for five years.
Heavy 'Wine Shipments.
There is a steadily growing demand for
Livermore Valley wines. One vineyard
shipped three carloads of wine Wednes
day to Eastern points. One went to
Kansas City, one to Chicago and one to
New York. Two more carloads have been
ordered for New York and will leave to
morrow. A trade with Japan is also being
H. H. Lawrence Married.
Harry H. Lawrence of East Oakland,
who is well known in musical circles, sur
grised everybody to-day by goinjj over to
an Francisco and quietlv marrving Miss
Nettie L. Pratt of San Jose. It was not
even known that the couple were engaged.
HISTORY OF A DAT.
Alameda County Happenings Told in
Oakland Omci Ban Feancisco Call, j
908 Broadway, Oct. 14. j
It it almost certain that the Boogar will case
will be compromised.
The Supervisors this afternoon appointed |
h'Yank H. Parker night watchman in the Tax
Collector's office at a salary of $75 a month.
James R. Field, a colored man. aged 40 years,
was found dead in bed yesterday morning at
807 Jefferson street. He' leaves a large family
Kx-Railroad Detective Kellogg has been
allowed until October 19 to plead. Dr. Am
brosewi's case on appeal has been continued
till October 17.
The consumers of Livermore gas were left in
total darkness Monday night. Something was
wrong down at the gashouse, the regular at
tendant being in the city.
J. C. Walker of Fiftn avenue and East Six
teenth street was milking a cow yesterday
when tho animal reached forward "for some
hay. Her hind feet slipped out from under
her and she fell on Mr. Walkur, breaking his
log at the ankle.
Mayor Davie has Stewart MacMnllan at work
digging up data upon which to base his veto of
the dollar tax-rate ordinance which was
amended so as to give the schools 8 centg in
stead of 3, the money being taken from the
street light fund.
R. Glinga thinks that his ears were abused
and his reputation suffered to the extent of
$3000 because J. Wiindsch called him "a thief,
a scoundrel and a robber" in the presence of a
crowd. He has commenced a suit to collect
that amount of damages.
Thomas B. Russell and others have filed an
amended complaint against John Booken and
other* of a Haywards brewery for $10,000
damages and an injunction to prevent the de
fendants from polluting the waters of Ban
Lorenzo Creek with the drainage from the
Theresa Haas, a thirteen-year-old girl, was
severely bruised by E. Caminettl, a wheelman,
at seventh and Washington streets Saturday
night. The girl says the wheelman came fly
ing around the corner without light or bell,
and he was arrested for violating the ordi
A milling plant, a daily newspaper, three
general merchandise store*, a restaurant, a
saloon— with ali of these enterprises started or
taUed of as being ready to start shortly, Hay
wards makes a good showing. Such business
activity 6hows that people nave faith in the
future greatness of the place.— fiaywards Re
ATHLETICS AT BERKELEY.
No Officers for the Western
The Right of Deputy Marshal F. S.
Rawllns to Hold Office
BERKELEY, Cal., Oct. IL— The presi
dent of the Western Intercollegiate Ama
teur Athletic Association for the com
ing year was to have been nominated
this afternoon by the Athletic As
sociation of the University of Cali
fornia, but when the hour came for
meeting there were not enough interested
students on hand to form a quorum, and
so the nomination was necessarily post
poned. This lack of the proper concern
for a matter of such vast importance to
the university and State, there being
twenty or more colleges represented in the
association, practically covering all those
west of Philadelphia, was the cause of not
a few caustic remarks, both by members of
the team who won the silver trophy for
the university and the honor of electing
its president, but also from outsiders who
were informed of the facts.
Hi* Right Disputed.
The right of Deputy Marshal F. S. Raw
son to hold office in the town of Berkeley
is again being disputed, on the grounds of
non-residence at the time of his appoint
ment to the office. A short time ago a
similar claim was entered against.'him, but
nothing came of it. A communication
from two citizens of Berkeley is now in the
haDds of the Town Trustees, which claims
that he holds his position illegally.
Additions to the Glee Club.
The University Glee Club has elected
the following new members to full and
regular standing: Stewart Rawlinga '97,
first bass; Fred Knight '9B, second tenor;
T. A. Smith '97, first tenor; H. S. Symmes
'99, second tenor; R. H. Parsons '9B, sec
The club numbers seventeen members at
the present time.
Work of Slarahal Lloyd Indorsed.
The work of Marshal Lloyd in raiding
the "speak easies" within the mile limit of
the university grounds and confiscating
their goods has been officially indorsed by
the Trinity Methodist Church of Berkeley
and the Epworth League of the same body.
No more raids have been made since Sat
Will Give a Mednl.
John Elliott of the Olympic Club has
offered a medal to the first U. C. man
breaking the U. C. record of 4:38 4-5 for the
mile run. The record is now held by
Everett Brown '98, who lowered the former
record last spring.
Freshman Field Day.
The freshmen of the University of Cali
fornia have decided to hold their first field
day exercises on the Berkeley cinder-path
Saturday afternoon. October 25.
Mayor Davie Will Bo Permitted to
Spend the Money of Oakland
as He Fleases.
Oaklasd Offici 6au Francisco Call,)
908 Broadway, Oct. 14. f
The City Council is taking a rest this
week while the $1 ta* ordinance is being
printed for ten days, after which the Mayor
has said he will veto it because his figures
have been altered, and then all the work
will have to be done over again.
The certainty that the tax levy will not
exceed $1 has produced a complete change
in the aspect of municipal affairs. The
funds will be so much smaller than usual
that the signing of the requisitions will be
a task of great responsibility, as upon the
siener will devolve the work of making
the reduced appropriations last all the year.
Two months ago the Non-Partisans passed
an ordinance taking away from the Mavor
the duty of signing all requisitions and
giving it to the chairman of the Finance
Committee. The work is a very important
one because until a requisition is signed bv
the Mayor no supplies can be obtained".
The ordinance was vetoed and now the
Non-Partisans are rejoicing that it is and
they have no deiire to take it up again
even if they should be able to pass it over
the veto. They declare that if the funds
are to be so depleted they prefer that the
responsibility for an empty treasury next
March should rest with the man who now
uses the veto so effectively and numer
"1 am quite happy," said the Mayor
"that is just what I want. Let the Coun
cil pass the dollar ordinance as Heitman
introduced it, and I shall be very pleased
to look after the requisitions for all the de
partments during the coming year. I have
just made a discovery that will worry the
School Department considerably. The
State law says in unqualified language
that the State school appropriation shall
be used for no other purpose than the pay
ment of teachers' salaries. I find that all
manner of demands have been made
against that fund in tbe County Superin
tendent's office for the purpose of prevent
ing the requisitions from having to pass
through my hands. If all the supplies are
bought according to the contract price
ther« will be plenty of money. I am not
the least fearful of the consequences. The
Council can do as it pleases, but I have
the last word, so they cannot do a great
deal of harm."
Estate of Inane Hecht.
The Isaac Hecht estate has been appraised
at $199,952 29. Of this $161,052 29 is per
sonal property aud ibe remainder is real es
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, J895.
FORTUNE FROM THE EARTH
Rapid Development of Mines
and Railroads In Ala
A COUNTY PRESS LEAGUE.
A Livermore Editor's Ideas of What
Such an Organization
Oakland Office San Francisco Call,)
903 Broadway, Oct. 14. f
The enterprises at Corral Hollow are
causing much attention to be directed to
the southeastern portion of Alameda
County. The first of these enterprises
was the organization by the Treadwells
of the Alameda and San Joaquin County
Railroad, which is now nearly built. This
road extends from the Livermore coal
mines to Stockton. Then the franchise
for an electric-road from Oakland and
Livermore was obtained, and although
the franchise has to be passed upon by the
Superior Court the road will soon be com
menced. This will give a complete line
from Stockton to Oakland.
After that cam e the incorporation of the
Pacific Transmission Company. This
corporation is controlled by the Treadweils,
who own three-quarters of the stock.
One of its principal purposes is the gener
ation and transmission of electricity for
light and power purposes. At the mines
there are vast quantities of coal, and thi&
will be taken out and laid down at Oak
land at prices about one-half of what is
charged now. The refuse coal will be
used for the generation of electric power,
and this will be conveyed to all the towns
in the county. A plant costing $800,000
will be put up at the mines and a force
of 6400 horsepowers will be produced.
Speaking o"f these vast enterprises A. V.
Morgan, proprietor of the Haywards Re
view, said: "It can be readily seen that if
such a big undertaking be carried out it
will prove a means of development of
Alameda County and will yield handsome
returns to the promoters. The plans are
perfectly practical, the only thing needed
being the money wherewith to carry it out,
and as the Treadwells are men of wealth
there is no obstacle in the way. If carried
out as planned the enterprise would be on
a larger scalp than the big plant at Folsom,
which generates power for "Sacramento.
"Haywards is so situated as to be greatly
benefited by the enterprise. With cheap
power an incentive will be offered for the
building of electric roads, and as Haywards
has several of these projects it might be
the means of causing some of thom to be
For the purpose of advancing the inter
ests of Alameda County W. 11. Ellis of the
Livermore Herald has started a movement
to combine the efforts of all newspapers
published in the county, to be known as
the Alameda County Press League.
"The first concern of the editors," says
Mr. Kills, "should be to promote the edu
cation of the people now here. Great
numbers of our present population are
living in practical ignorance and unthink
ing indolence. They lack the very infor
mation we are so anxious to convey to the
frost-bitten denizens of the effete East.
The local paper's first and constant mis
sion is to keep its readers advised of every
new truth relative to the possibilities of
soil and climate that the best experience of
the most progressive farmers may verify.
So to begin with the idea of publishing
any matter whatever that is especially ad
dressed to strangers should be abolished.
Let the columns of ail Alameda County
newspapers be filled witn information good
for the people now here and it will be of
value to those whom we want to bring
here. These are the ideas a press league
should advocate and carry ont."
A FIRE CAUSED BY MICE
They Lit Matches and Occa
sioned $150 Worth of
Looking: After Wealthy Taxpayers.
The City Hall Approaching
ALAMEDA, Oct. 14.— Captain Ander
son's sloop Ida took an excursion party
about the bay yesterday. San Quentin
was made the first objective point, where the
party inspected the State prison under the
guidance of J. D. Jamison. A stop was
made at California City, Marin County,
where the big white buildings of the
mackerel-canning establishment were
visited and the process explained in de
tail. The sloop returned to Bay Farm
Island bridge last evening, where the party
disembarked with their minds filled with
many pleasant memories of their trip.
Among the excursionists on board were:
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sevening, Mr. and
Mrs. F. Bochmer, Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Stoddard, W. P. Storey, F. P. Furey, Miss
Zelda Furey, T. A. Young, Frank Halley,
George Macrae, J. D. Jewett, C. C. Judson,
E. E. Ells, Mr. Long, Miss Long, Mr. Han
sen and daughters and M. Joost.
Attributed to Mice.
The Fire Department was called out this
morning by an alarm from box 34, at
Chestnut street and Pacific avenue. The
blaze started in an outhouse, where a mis
cellaneous lot of articles had been stored.
The chemical engine was called into play,
and in a few moments had the fire under
control. H. R. Williams and family, wno
formerly occupied the premises, owned the
property. The amount of the damage will
not exceed $150, and the cause of the fire
is attributed to mice igniting matches.
Inquiring About California.
Deputy City Clerk E. E. Johnson re
turned yesterday from Philadelphia, where
he went a month ago to attend the funeral
of his father. Mr. Johnson visited a num
ber of the principal cities, and states that
Eastern people generally were inquiring
more «ud more about California and among
them were many who anticipate coming to
this State this winter.
Looking After \Vealth7 Taxpayers.
Secretary Benjamin F. Lamborn of the
Wilmerding school site and finance com
mittee prepared a list to-day showing the
names of all those who are assessed for
more than $40,000. There are no less than
140 taxpayers in Alameda of this rating
and it is to these that the canvassers for
the $10,000 fund will appeaL
The regular meeting of the Women's
Christian Temperance Union will take
place to-morrow afternoon at the home of
the president, Mrs. J. D. Jamison of 2242
San Jose avenue. The county president,
Mrs. Jolliden Croake, wilt be present and
address the meeting. The special subject
for discussion will bo "Law Enforcement."
Verein German!* Entertainment.
The Verein Germania-of this city will
give an entertainment and dance on the
20th at their hall, on Lincoln avenue.
Brief Kewt Notes.
J. 11. Young to-day disposed of six
pieces of property belonging to the estate
of the late Deacon Webster on Pearl street.
The City Hall is rapidly approaching
completion. The roof of the dome was
put on to'-dav and the flagpole raised. It
is the finest City Hall in the State outside
of a county seat, and one which the cit
izens point to with pride.
The public schools reopened to-day after
a week's vacation. The next school vaca
tion will begiu on December 23, and con
tinuing for two weeks will take in the
Christmas and New Year holidays.
R. A. Friedrich has filed a declaration
of homeßtead on lot 5 and the east half of
lot 6, on the north line of Buena Vista
avenue, east of Willow street, valued at
A NEW APPLE.
B. M. Lelong Will Distribute It in the
B. M. Lelong was mystified and at the
same time delighted yesterday at the sight
of a big, round, red appie, which I. Coggin
bi ought in triumph to the office of the
State Horticultural Society.
Mr. Coggin had made the find in Nevada,
about nine miles from Carson City. Mr.
Lelong declared that while the apple filled
him with admiration he was fain to con
fess that he ne'er had looked upon its like
before, had not the least idea to what tribe
of apples it belonged and was quite unable
to make even a guess at its family name.
Then Mr. Coggin told how he had seen
PRESIDENT B. EDMISTON AND SECRETARY F. L. SKINNER OF THE
the unknown variety of the fruit that had
tempted Eve on exhibition in the window
of a country store, and that the proprietor
having seen his admiring glances had
come out and offerpd him the fruit because
he was so delighted to find a sympathizer
in his own tender regard for it.
Refore leaving the gentleman Mr. Cog
gin obtained from him the name of the
ranch where the apple was grown, and so
delighted was B. M. Lelong with the fruit
that he wrote yesterday to the ranch, as it
is his intention to obtain a number of slips
and distribute them liberally among the
ranches in the California foothillß.
The new apple is larger than most of its
kind ; it is almost circular and its color is
one deep, dark, purplish magenta, un
broken by any paler tint. It is the re
markable color of the apple which makes
it becom* at once an object of interest',
even befora its solid gastronomic qualities
have been put to the test.
Miss Olsen, Vaslndo W C Hunter, Nevada
Miss K L Stephen, Wdld M A Lyons, California
J E Polndestre, Nev Co C F Reed, Auburn
J C Boggs, Newcastle J Adams, Newcastle
W S Burry, Auckland C Browning &w. Cal
F Hopley, Omaha A Hopley. Omaha
J StpxTßrt, Gold linn J Brinks. Oold Run
J M I.evee, Vollejo S Levee, Oceanslde
F P Black, Jose R K Montgomery <few,Sac
A S Blgelow, N CO'.um P C Morf *w, Stockton
A K Robinson. Auburn P Bannon <fe w, Pens Grv
F T Jack*on, Portland C C Hooley, Portland
J P Burdraid, Rocklin L Conrath* feonoraville
Mrs J Plvan, Napa L Mace. lowa
Miss Mace, lowk M Nathan, Fresno!)
M T Lawson, Auburn II Lane. Nevada City
i<" (iolden, Nevada.Clty J A Mrlutlre. Sacto "
J Hatch <fe w, N Y H Jackson, Watsonville
Miss H Jones, Los Ang Miss E Jones, Los Ang
Miss F Jones. Los Ang J Nloholls, Dutch Flat
L U Bell, Cnrnon J C Campbell. Brown Val
R O Amos. Eureka, Nev W W Blork, Holllster
J B Melocn, Madera W Cameron <few, Milpitas
J L Bond, t'kiah J Bender. Morgau Hill
W B Scarborough, L Ang Allen Towle, Towies
J A Fennamore<fc w,N YDC Houjthton, Gait
C Kennedey, Lincoln W Kay, Jackson
J W C rogue Aw, Visalla Mrs Aqulllon, Sonoma
Mrs Hegrie, AguaCalien Miss Aquillon, Sonoma
T H. B Andorson, Sacto J McCell <fc w, Danville
J R Kocher &w, s Jose Mrs H Campbell, Vallejo
O Smith, 8t H«lena W P McFaul, Uktah
W H Aliion, Cal J C Scholltield, Hollister
W O nanley, San Jose W W Douglass Sacto
T F CbiUfu-hl, Sacto W B Harrison, Stockton
C 8 Vail, Rockltn W F Purnell, Sacramento
O L Barton, Kocklin W Conner <fe w, S Rafael
J Harris, Mllville H E Harvey, Sacto
J Lawler <fc w, Sacto D Moore. Philadelphia
J A Webster, Vacavllle J E Tackltt, Winters -^
C W Matthews <fc w, Cal H B Knslgn, Eureka
P Matthews, Eureka H Todd, Oakland
B (ieorje, Oakland R L Druny, Santa Rosa
H Ducker, Santa Rosa J M Walling, Nev City
C H W ardor, Kentucky D Russell <fc w, lowa Hill
P J Holland <fe w, Cal F W Laughlln, Cal
M H Baldwin. Wright F W Barrett, Tulare
J J Lyiicb, Angela C B Provlns, Ottowa, 111
\V A Flnley, Santa Rosa R K Stephens, Han Jose
K McGllllßan, Vallelo L Lukes, Anderson
C B liUinharde, Ntipa H M Silver, Xapa
Mrs Jacobs, Merced Mrs i. Dooley, Hopland
Mrs E Dooley, Hopland Cieo VV Trask. KocKiln
R F Crawford, S Rosa Mrs K Linn & child, Cal
F Bapus, Chicago R Crawford. Santa Rosa
H sims, lowa Hill W Tucker, Vacavllle
J T Rogers, Westport W Tnbbs, Williams
I>r W Kventa, Tacoraft Mrs Cummiugs, Haeto
C Kumpska, Portland A N'ichols, Sierrelnde
C O Clarke, Sisklyou A J Adams, WataonvUla
P Stewart, Btiisun W J Norman, Petaluma
W Bronson, Buisun J M Walling, Nev City
A Ualloway, Healdsburg G Gaylor, Nevada City
W Turner, Middleton D Rustell <fe w, lowa JIM
J Turner, Mlddleton P Holland & w, Grs Vally
F H James, California J Mcfiregor, Forest Hill
J McDougoll, Forest HUI Moses Bates, Nev City
R I Thomas, Nev City gJ£ Turner, Nevada City
B K Block, Sacramento W A Gett, Sacramento
WJ T Orr, Santa Kosa J W Keegan, Kanta Rosa
E T Evans, Sacramento S E Blddle, Hanford
C I- Volquardsen, Mexico Capt Krteg, Samoa
F S Moore, Hanford E w Allon, San Jose
D W Jenks, AUuros -Mrs H E Potter, Cal
I Copeland, Valleclta W H Htuton, Modesto
A McFarland, Napa Henry Eickhoff.S Rafael
Mrs B O Dlckman, Cal II de Vrles Van Does-
A Kurds, 8 Luis Obispo burgh, Ki Helena
B W Reese, Gilroy C Henderson, Pasadena
fc* T Black, Sacto J Rogers, California
L Bogan, California
N S Mullan & w, Cal V Rossitcr & w, N Y
0 Fletcher, Grass Valley H Diague, Colfax
H Lobner, Colfox H K Tyler & w. U 8 N
F Gleason, NY " l> Kander, Y
1 M Thuraton & w, Ntbr L Polund, Omaha .
Oil Butlin, Omaha Mrs Humphries, Reno
C K Leonard, NY IF Furraher, Vreka
R Koehm, Portland 'AH Motely Jr, N Y
F 1) P»wle, London M Wachte, I<ondon i
H Waclite, London ;'. J 'I> Diutuinoud, New
H Q Simon, Yokohama .Zealand ■
C L Barfl, Shanghai W J Kenny, Yokohama
R Lane, Yokohama E de Monch, Rotterdam
O Scbower, .shanghai Miss Coleman, Oakland
J? G Hume & w, Cal A 1* Bawyer, il*ss
W Mclmosh, Stanford L W Rucker, San Jose
JWKIrk,NY ■■ AC Hlnkson, Sacto
D E dough <fe w, Watsvl O H Harlow, Boston
J 1 Bradley, San Jose H V Brown, Chicago
H. Uonkonge, Toledo Mrs Wilson <fe md, Japan
C A Newcombe, San Jos C F McUlaahan, Truckee
Chas Roih, Clnn C L Pierce. Chicago
A L Cleppinger, Wadsw J A Goodrich, San L Ob
G H Cooper, Boston A D Shepard & w, Sauslt
R Curley A w, N Y II Murray, w <fc f, I'ortld
Mrs W Clark, Vallejo W R Johnson &w, Chlcg
Miss H B Henley, liostn Miss R Henley, Boßton
H O Barnabee & w, Bstn Chas Bacom, Boston
Miss L Cleory, Eoston B Cowles, Boston
SWEDEN BORGIAN CHURCH.
List of Officers Elected by the
Stata Convention of tho
THE HOME MISSIONARY WOEK.
Commending the Editorial Work of
the "Pacific New Church."
The State Association of the Sweden
borgians, or Church of the New Light,
resumed its work yesterday at the Sweden
borg church on O'Farrell street, near
| Buchanan. The following new officers
i were elected and installed : President, B.
JEdmiston; vice-president, F. H. Dewey;
I secretary, J. L. Skinner; treasurer, C. H.
Crowell; board of directors — L. Pratt,
Joseph Worcester, H. Thielsen, Dr. Bowen,
Mrs. Berkmaier, F. L. Higgins.
The forenoon session was taken up dis
cussing the best plans for continuing the
publication of the "Pacific New Church,"
the organ of the Swedenborgians. It was
decided to put the whole matter of the
management into the hands of a board of
trustees. Mr. Mills offered a resolution
commending the editor, F. H. Dewey, for
his faithful and efficient services in the
literary and business labors in connection
with the publication.
In his remarks Mr. Mills stated that he
heartily approved of the manner in which
the Pacific New Church had been con
At 12 o'clock the Rev. J. S. David of
Portland, Or., preached a sermon on "The
City of New Jerusalem." He said in
The city which John eaw descending from
God oat of Heaven was the prophecy of re
generated humanity. Its square and sym
metrical foim is the image of harmony. All
its measurement* describe states of the re
generated »oul. Its length from east to west
denotes spiritual goodness, its breadth from
south to north describes its truth, and these
cross each other at right angles, forming a
cross, which is the symbol of the marriage of
goodnesi and truth in the soul and in the uni
The gates opening out to the four quarters
teaches ut that th« Church of the New Jeru
salem will receive the seeking souls of every
tribe and nation and kindred and tongue. The
gates are truths adapted to those who are seek
ing for the Inner light, to lead them as through
a gate into an interior knowledge of the Lord
and of life. Each gate is of one pearl, and this
one pearl is the revelation that God is one — one
being, one life. It is tha doctrine of the Divine
Humanity as manifested in the Lord Jesus
Christ, the only God of heaven and earth who
is indwelling in all hearts. Threa gates look
each way, but they stand not side by side, the
three are one within another, bo that he who
would enter fully into the holy citv must pas»
through three gates, which reveal three gen
eral stages of regeneration.
The first gate reveals the historic Christ, the
second gate reveals the indwelling Christ,
which is the same, for the historic Christ
passed out of and beyond all limitations into
the divine, and is born, lives, suffers, triumphs
and reigns in the soul. He who lives unself
ishly in the conception of this truth will pass
through a third gate, which leads to perfect
harmony with the divine humanity, and he
The holy city rests upon a new earth, new
conditions in the outward life— new arts, new
sciences, new literature, new education, new
industries, new economics, new conditions
born of many a struggle, because there is re
stored freedom, greater activity of thought
and more rapid progress. "Behold, I make all
things new." All these will bring their glory
and honor into the city and declare the reign
of the divine humanity.
In the afternoon the question of Sunday
scbool teaching was discussed. Dr. William
Boericke,;as secretary of the committee
having it in charge, presented a paper.
A vote of thanks was given to the ladies
for the bountiful provision made by them
for the temporal welfare of those gathered.
Upon the question of home missions
quite a strong and lengthy discussion took
pface. The best method of raising funds
for this question was debated fully, as to
whether it were advisable to ask the
church for a certain sum or accept all that
could be contributed. It was concluded
that the latter course would be the better.
The auestion of tithes was discussed as
to whether it should not be brought to the
attention of the people that the old law of
one-tenth should not be considered as the
right amount that each should try to lay
aside for church purposes. It was admit
ted that it was impracticable to do more
than to have this amount indicated as
something to, under a normal condition of
affairs, put aside for the church. The mat
ter was discussed, but the motion referring
to it waa laid upon the table.
The date of the next meeting was set for
the second Saturday in October, 1896, in
San Francisco, subject to any change the
board of directors may think proper.
The delegates were entertained with a
social last evening, in the O'Farrell-street
Church, and the association adjourned.
In Search of a Huaband.
Mrs. Mary Basßelin of Eureka is in the City
in search of her husband, who deserted her
about a week ago. She has two small children
with her, who have been taken care of by the
Society for the Prevention of Cru«lty to Chil
dren, as sht is penniless. She believes he is In
thi6 City, and yesterday applied for a warrant
for his arrest on the ground of desertion, but
the warrant was refused until an Investigation
of the facts could be made. Basselin has his
11-year-old son, Joseph, with him.
THE StOOK MAEKET.
Tbe principal fluctuation yesterday was in Hale
«ft Norcross, which fell from 81 06 back to f 140,
the Supreme Court ruling having turned out to be
a matter of less importance than It appeared on
Saturday. On the afternoon call there was some
activity in Sierra Nevada at 89@92c, the figures
being increased to 95@97c after the board, the
stock closing very firm. Union was another ad
vancing stock, rising from 63c on the morning call
to BXc after tbe last board, though It closed weaker
at 76c bid. The Gold Hill stocks closed lower, as
will be «een by the quotations.
A number of gas, electric light, banking and
other dividends win be paid to-day.
John W. Mackay has returned from the Com
Additional reports from the Comsiock are as
Alpha— The east crosscut started from the south
lateral drift sixty feet south of the main west drift,
450 level, has been advanced six feet during the
week: total length 100 fpni; face In porphyry with
stringers of quartz through it. .During the past
week we have been engaged In cutting out a blower
station and setting up a biower on the 450 level.
Sierra Nevada— in the Layton tunnel the up
raise from the northeast drift at a point 120 feet In
from the north drill has been raised during the
week thirty feet; total height 104 feet; top in
Occin ntal Con.— Work in the winze below the
north drift on the 550 level has been slopped
owing to bad air. At other points in the mine
work is goin« on as usual.
OrHiK— l4Bs level— T lie east crosscut 2, started
from the top of the upraise which was carried up
80 feet above the sill floor of this level, has been
extended viO feet; total length 46 feet: In a por
phyry and quartz formation of low assay value.
Have continued making necessary repairs at the
head of the old incline below the 1465 level
This work Is joint with the Mexican Company.
Central tunnel— 2so level— The west crosscut
from the northeast drift 8, which was carried In
366 feet, has been extended 30 feet; total length
219 feet: face in porphyry and clay.
Tunnel Level— The drift running north from
a point 220 feet In from the mouth of the crosscut
runniiiK west from the end of the drift run north
from the end of the west crosscut irom the north
drift from the Mexican shaft has been advanced
nineteen feet In a southeast course; total length
e'.gfuy-four feet: in a solid quartz formation assay
ing 50 cents to $1 per ton. The west crosscut from
the end of the northwest drift run from the cross
cut from the top of the upraise 109 feet above the
tunnel level has been extended thirty-one feet;
total length 109 feet; in a quartz formation, which
gives an assay value of 50 cents to $1 a ton.
Mexican— l46s level— The west crosscut started
at a point 200 feet In from the mouth of the north
drift started from the top of the upraise, which was
carried up 45 fpet above the sill floor of this level
at a point 400 feet west of main north lateral drift,
and 100 feet north from the south boundary Of the
mine has been advanced 21 feet: total length 268
feet: face in porphyry with lines of quartz. Have
continued jointly with Ophlr Company the work of
making repairs at the head of the incline below the
1465 level station.
Potosi— Continue to open north on the floors from
the fifth to the tenth In the stope above the north
drift from the east crosscut on the 550 level. The
pay ore is from 3 to 6 feet wide in this direction,
but above the tenth floor it appears to cut off in
going up. Extracted and shipped to the Nevada
mill during the week 258 tons and 800 pounds of
ore. Average battery sample $27 10 per ton.
Crollab- Are prospect ing south and west on the
420 level without Important changes. In the stope
above the 420 are following north on a small
Etreak of ore ou the sixth floor, and are saving
Kbntuck Covsoi/rnATXD — The winze in the
east ledge on the 1100 level is down 58 feet. The
bottom is in ore assaying from $6 to fl6 per ton.
Bktjxbwick Lode— Shaft 1 on Hale <fc Norcross
ground near the (.'hollar boundary lias beeo sunk
and timbered for a distance of 8 (set on the incline:
formation of quartz and porphyry, showing some
value; total depth 163 feet. Shaft 2, on the
boundary of the Con. Cal. <fc Virginia and Best A
Beicher mines, has been sunk and timbered for a
distance of 6 fpet on the Incline: total depth 112
feet; bottom In porphyry. Tunnel 1, on Savage
ground, started at a point 75 feet north ot sutro
tunnel shaft 3, has been extended 16 fee 1 , parsing
through porphyry and quartz showing some value;
total length 380 feet.
Following were the sales In the San Francisco
Stock Board yesterday:
BEOUI.AR MOR.V JNr» STtMTOV CO\ffW FVOTVrj AT 9
200 Alpha 12|260 Chollar ....521100 Ophlr....iy»
J OO Ande5. ... 39 200 CC & V.2.50 Overmn...l7
300 8e1cher....53 200 C Point.... 700 Savage. ...3s
100 B& 8....88 : '-00'4 & C... 47 200 S Nev....87
200Chailnge..74 200H N.. 1.45 100 Union 63
800 73 50 Mexican.. G. 500 YJacket.. 42
APIKUXOON SIWION — _':30.
708 Alpha 12 100 Justice..... SNev 90
300 Alia 10,100 Mexican.. 67l4oo 91
100 8e1cher... 54 300 Ophir... 1.50300 Union C..70
100 100 P0t05i....65 400 71
: 100 B A .89100 Bel. .171200 72
lOOßodie S2 300 S Nev. ...89 100 Utah 09
150 C P0int. ...43,320 92i 50 Jackt..43
Following were the sales In the Pacific Stock
Board yesterday :
KEOULAK SESSION— IO:39.
400 Alpha 12 2000 Con 1m..04'600 P0t051 .... 66
1200 Alt* 09 600 Con N Y..02i300 65
300 Andea 38 400 C Point. . .431400 Ravage.... 3B
600 Belcher. ..54 600 Exchqr....o3i6oo ...37V a
200 B<fcß 88 500 G <t C 400 37
600 1.. 901250 HAN...1.55'400- 36
400 91 400 1.50 500 Scorplon..o3
•JOOBodie 381300 ...... 1.47%!lOO0SB&M.18
200 3411800 1.451400 8 Nev 88
600 Bullion... 16J1400 1.42% 800 89
500 Caled...l2i/ 2 '500 Julia o.} (500 90
900 Cballnge..74;4oo Justice.. ..o6 Boo Sil Hi11....
600 Chollar... 55'300 Kentck. . 400 Union C..64
300 63|500L Wash.. o'2 200 66
300CC&V2.47Vr600 Mexlcn...66 600 67
600 '2.50 200 Mono 121700 Utah 09
280 C0nn.2.07V ! 500 Occidll... .16 Y Jacket..42
60 2.H>;9000ph1r... 1.601400 ....43
2000 C 1mp.. .03:400 0vrmn....17j1800 44
AFTERNOON HUSSION —
400 A1pha.. 12%|210CC&V2.52y 1300 Potosl...
600 Alia 09J300 . 2.65300 .64
1800 10|'J60Coafld..2.00k00 ...63
300 Andes... .381200 1.95 700 Savage..
4008e1cner...6*250 1.921^:500 S B& M..18
400 . 63^000 Con Imp.oS|3oo Nev 83
400 B<£ 8....89 500CP01nt....45 2QO 90
200 ~. .90i400 500 92
300 91200 G&C... 48 300 98
300Bodie.-...84 400 4fl 800 95
200 .33 800 H&N 1.42% 800 96
60.0 8u11i0n.. .J7J700 . 1.4 400 Uni0n.... 66
500 8u1wer...06 900 l»/»500 71
800 Cha11ee. . .73)400 Justice.... 600 72
400 7 1600 Mexican.. 4oo .....74
400 701800 69 900 75
600 69|200 70|600 78
400 ...68 600 Mono 12 600 Utah. 10
; 600 -..67|4000cci<1t1....16 600 11
300 Ch011ar...64i600 0ph1r1.47%1300 Y Jacket. 44
800 68300 1.60890 ..43
300 ............52300 I.BUVjibOO 42
250 CC&V.. 2.601500 0vrmn.... 16
MONDAY, Oct. 14-4 p. n.
Alpha Con 12 13 Jack50n........ 20 —
Alta 10 11 Julia 01 03
Andes 38 40JJu«tIce 04 06
Belcher 62 65 KentucK. 07 09
Best A Belctier. 89 9(» Lady Wash.... — 03
BentonOon — 50 Mexican 69 70
Bodie 31 Mono 10 —
8u11i0n.. ....... 15 17 Mt. Diablo....- 15 —
Bulwer - 04 06 Nevada Queen. — 06
Caledonia 11 14 Occidental 16 17
Challenge Con. t>B 69O?mr 1.50 1.55
Choliar 62 64Overman 15 17
Con. Cal. A Va. '2. 50 2.56 Fotosi 64 65
Con. Imperial. 03 04Sava*«.. 36 37
Confidenoo 1.90 2.oojSe*. Belcher... 16 17
Con.N«wYork. — 03 Sierra Nevada. 96 97
Crown Point... 41 43Scorpion 03 —
EastSierraNe* — OSiSilverHill 02 04
Exchequer../.. 03 04 Silver King.... — 20
Eureka C0n.... 05 —Syndicate — 04
Gould <fc Curry. 48 Union Con 76 77
Hale «fc orcrs. 1.40 1.45 Utah 10 11
lowa — 04|VeUow Jacket. 42 43
STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE.
MONDAY, Oct. 14-2 P. M.
TN- -Tr.il STATES BONDS.
Bid. AsXed.l Bid. Asked.
U 8 4sconp..llO» — 545reg...110% —
Cal-stCbl«6s.lloy — | Do, 2d Im 6s.. 101 —
Cal Elec 1. 681071/4109 P<fcOßy6s.. — 120
CntraCW6» — 101 P<feCbßy6s. — 101
Dpnt-stex-cp 77 96 Pwl-stRR6s. — 116V.
EdsnL&P6s.lo6%loß Reno,WLALIO2 105
FACH RRBs — 106 RJverWCo6s — 100
Geary-stß6g.lOO — 1 8F«NPRRS«103 —
LosAngL6s. — — SPRRArizOa 97 99
Do.Gnted.6». — 102% I BPRRCaI6s.IIO —
Mkt-stCble6sl23y 3 125 SPRRCaI6s. 87^100
NevCNgRSs. — 102 ,Do, lcongtd. 87Val00
NPCRR6S.IOO — SPBrßCaias. — 98
NyßCal6s..loo 105 SVWater6«..l2iy s
NBy Cal 55.. — — . SVWater4«.. 1003^100%
Oak Gas 65.. 104 — StktnGAE6s — 102Va
Do, 2d las 55.. 104 — SnnstT&T 6s — 10S
Omnibus 65.. 117 — Sutter-.stßss.llOy«ll2y»
PacßollMbs. — VlsaliaWCtJs — 82
Contra Costa. 56 60 iSan J05e..... 92^100
Mann C0.... 50 — |Sprng Valley 100%101
Capital.. — 40 iPaclucLlght. 45Vi 47
Central 95 -» SanFrancsco 71»,i 72
OakQliiH. 47 — Stockton..... 18 23
PacUaaimp. 78 7dV^|
FiremanaFd.ls7%l6s |Sun 55 : — >
COXMBBCIAI. BAXK STOCKS.
AmerBATC. — — LondonP<S:A.l26Vi —
Ang lo-Cal. .. — , 60 London&SF. — 31
Bank of Ca1..230 233 Mereh Ex... 12JA —
CalSD<tTCo. 63% — Nevada...... — —
FlrstNationl.l77 182 t-atherßCo.. ■"_— — "■
G ranteri.... : — —
• ' .»!■; BAVISfQ* BANK STOCKS.
GerHALCo.. — 1610 SavALoan.. ' — 150 "
IlumbS&L.lOOO .-— Secnrity......24O 26b
Mutual — 423^ Union Trust. 827^850
&F£avUnlon492y s BOO | .
: ■, ■ STBKiirr baimioaw STOCKS.
California.... 105% — |Oak.SL«HaT — 100
Geary-5t...... 50 75 iPwsldlo 7% —
Market-»t 41 41%Butter-5t..... — - —
Atlantic D... 14 16 iJuason. — —
California.... 90 100 VlgorlU. 50c —
Uiant.. ....... 16 17%l ,
. UISCErj^ANKUUtI STOCKS. ■-!
Alaska Pkrs. 95 97 y OceanicSSCo — 25
BlkDCoalCa — 10 PacAuxFA.. \--, 1M _
CalCotMlUs. — — PacEorax... 98 100
Cal Dock — — Pac I A Co. — 30
EdlionLlghU 96Vis — Pac Roll Mill 18 —
GasConAsan. — — Part Paint Co — 9
BawCASCo.. 6% 7%PacTransCo — 26^
HutchßPCo.. 13V» 13%PacT*TUo. — 60
Jud»onMfgC. — — . Sunset X«J. 80 45
MerExAssn. 100 110 iUnitedCCo.. •- 25
UOItNINS) SBHSIOX. },
Street— loo Alaska Packers' Association, 95; 20
Bank of California, 230: 180 Huichinson S P Co
13%; 10 S V Water, s 10, 101.
, : , AFTEIINOOJ.- SESSION.
: Board— loo 8 F Gaslight, • 7iy : 50 do, 713/i- 75
8 V Water, 101 ; $6000 S V 4.% Bonds. 100% 1
$4000 do, 1003/ ; $1000 do. 100%; $1000 do, 6%,
Street— Pacific Gas Imp, 78%. ' • :.
1 and County of San Francisco, State of Califor-
nia, Department No. —
. CATHERINE WILKS, Plaintiff. VS. STEPHEN
WILKS, Defendant. Action brought In the Su-
perior Court, City and County of San Francisco,
State of California, -and the Complaint filed in said
City and County of San Francisco, In the office of
the Clerk of said Superior Court.
The People of the State of California send Greet-
ing to STEPHEN WILKS, Defendant. You are
hereby required to appear In an action brought
against you by the above-named Plaintiff in the
Superior Court, City and County of San Francisco,
State of California, and to answer the complaint
filed therein within ten days (exclusive of the day
of service) after the service on yon of this Sum-
mons, If served within this County; or, if served
elsewhere, within thirty days.
The said action Is brought to obtain a judgment
and decree of this Court dissolving the bonds of
matrimony now existing between plaintiff and de-
fendant upon in* ground of defendant's willful de-
sertion, and willful neglect, ana awarding to plain-
tiff the exclusive care, charge, custody and control
of the minor children, issue of the marriage be-
tween plaintiff and defendant, also for general re-
lief, as will more fully appear in the Complaint on
file, to wnlch special reference is hereby made.
'All of which will more fully appear In the Com-
plaint on tile herein, to which you are hereby re-
And you are hereby notified that If you fall to
appear and answer the said Complaint, as above
required, the said plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the relief therein demanded.
Given under my hand and Seal of said Superior
Court at the City find County of San Francisco,
State of California, this 27th day of September, in
the year of our Lord one thousand ei::ht hundred
and ninety-five. C. F. CURRY, Clerk.
[seal I By H. F. Mokris, Deputy Cleric.
A. RUEF, Attorney for plaintiff, 402 Montgom-
ery street, san Francisco. Co .
T\EPAKTMENTNO. 10— PROBATE. IN THE
U Superior Court, in and for the City and County
of San Francisco, State of California.
In the matter of the Estate of VICTOIRE JAC-
QUOT, deceased. •
Notice is hereby given, that MONDAY, the 31st
day of October. A. D. 1895, at 10 o'clock a m. of
said day. and the Courtroom of Department No.
10 of said Court, at the New City Hall, In the City
and County of San Francisco. State of California,
have been appointed as the time and place for
proving the will of said VICTOIRE JACQUOT, .
deceased, and for hearing the application of A. C.
FREEBK, Public Administrator, for the Issuance
to him of letters of administration, with the will an-
Dated October 8, A. D. 1895.
[SealJ CHARLES F. CURRY, Clerk, P- ■ ■■ '■
By F. B. HOUGHTON, Deputy Clerk. .
J. D. SULLIVAN, attorney for petitioner.
A. RUEF, of counsel.
TJ ESOLCTION— AT A MEETING OF TUB
XX Board of New City Hall Commissioners, fc< Id
October 8, 1895, the following resolution \va*
passed to print:
Resolved, That a progress estimate. No. 15, in
the sum of 8176, in favor of O'Connell & Lewis
on contract No. 69, pass to print.
Ayes— Commissioners Sntro, Creswell, Brod-
erlck. J.J. MCCARTHY, Secretary.
"VTOTICE TO CREDITORS — ESTATE OF
IN HENRY W. WOODWARD, deceased. Notice
is hereby given by the undersigned, R. M. POG-
SON and JAMES EVELYN BELL, executors of
the last -will of HENRY W. WOODWARD, de-
ceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having
claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them
with the necessary vouchers, within ten months
after the first publication of this notice, to the said
executors of said last will of HENRY W. WOOD-
WARD at the oikes of COBMAC & DONOHOK,
at 207 Battery street, in the City and County of
San Francisco, State of California, the same being
their place for the transaction of the business of
the said estate in the City and County of San Fran-
cisco, State of California.
R. M. POGSON and JAMES EVELYN BELL,
Executors of the last will and estate of HENRY
W. WOODWARD, deceased.
COBMAC A DONOriOE, attorneys for said exec-
utors, 207 Battery stree , San Francisco.
Dated at San Francis* <>, »3d September, 1895.
TRUSTEES' SALE.— IN ACCOKDANCfcTwiTH
X the terms and under the authority of a certain
Deed Of Trust, dnlv executed by MEYER FIR-
MIN and PIERRE piioi;et. parties of the first
part, to HENRY C. CAMPBELL and THAD-
DEUS B. KENT," trustees, parties of the sec-
ond part, and the SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS
UNION, party of the third part, dated Jan-
ruary 30th, 1891, and r«HsOrded in the office of the
County Recorder of the County of Marln, State
of California, in Liber 15 of Deeds, at pages 25S
and following, and in pursuance of a resolution
passed on the sth day of September, 189.'', by the
Board of Directors of said SAN FRANCISCO
SAVINGS UNION', a corporation, and the holder
of the note (No. 10,691) to secure payment of
which the aforesaid Deed ot Trust was executed,
declaring that default had been made in the pay-
ment of the principal sum and other sums, due
under said note and Deed of Trust, and re-
questing and directing taid HENRY C.CAMP-
BELL and THADDEUS B. KENT. Trustees, to
sell the real estate described therein to satisfy said
We. HENRY C. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS
B. KENT. Trustees, do hereby give notice that on
TUESDAY, the 529 th day of October, A. I).
1895, at 12 o'clock noon of that day, and at the
auction salesroom of KAsTON, ELDRIDGE &
CO., No. 638 Market »tr. \in the City and County
of San Francisco, State o. ■ -i'-rnla, we will sell
at public auction, to the hit. ■' Mirier, for cash
In gold coin of the United Stau. , : ie pieces or
parcels of land situate In the <-• ■>■<• o* Marin,
State of California, described as folio. . . '<> wit:
Being portion of lot D, of the Sauct-'iio ■ ■ liard-
son Rancho and known, designated ana dfejnp »• <h1
as lots numbers thirty-five (35) and thirty-six <: .)
In block number two (2), on the map entitled
"TamalpaisLand and Water Company, Map No. 1,"
surveyed by M. M. O'Shaughnessy, C. E., A. D.
1889, and duly recorded in the office of the County
Recorder of said County of Marin, to which, map
reference m hereby made.
Together with the appurtenances.
TERMS OF SALE— Cash in gold coin of the
United States; ten per cent payable to the under-
signed on the fall of the hammer; balance on de-
livery of deed; and If not so paid, unless for want
of title (ten days being allowed for search), then
said ten per o»nt to be forfeited, and the sale to be
void. Acts of gain at purchaser's expense. »
HENRY C. CAMPBELL, _^.._
THADDEUS B. KENT, J i «««»-
rr.RUSTEES' SALE.— IN ACCORDANCE WITH
J. the terms and under the authority of a certain
deed of trust, duly executed by J. C. C. RUSSELL,
party of the first part, to HENRY C. CAMPBELL,
and THADDEUS B. KENT, Trustees .parties of the
second part. and the SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS
UNI ON, party of the third part, dated December
6th, 1888, and recorded in the office of the
County Recorder of the County of Merced,
State of California, In Liber 6 of Trust Deeds,
at pages 49 and following: and in pursu-
ance of a resolution passed on the 22d day of
August, 1895, by the Board of Director? Of
said SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION, a cor-
poration, and the holder of the note (No. 9064),
to secure payment of which the aforesaid deed of
trust was executed, declaring that default had
been made In the payment of the principal turn
and other sums, due under said note and deed of
trust, and requesting and directing said HENRY
C. CAMPBELL and THADI)KI> B. KENT,
Trustees, to sell the real estate described therein to
satisfy said indebtedness. -.-. • "',-.-. •
We, HENRY C.CAMPBELL and THADDEUS
B. KENT, Trustees, do hereby give notice, that on
TUESDAY, the'29:h day of October, A. D. 1895,
at 12 o'clock noon of that day. and at the auction
salesroom of EASTON, ELDRIDGE <£ CO., No.
I 638 Market street, in the City and County of San
Francisco, State of California, we will sell at public
auction to the highest bidder, for cash in gold coin
of the United States, all the pieces or parcels of
land situate in the County of Merced, State of Cali-
fornia, described as follows, to wit :
According to the official pla.s and system of
surveys of the Government of the United States:
In Township eight (8) south, range fourteen (14)
east, Mount Diablo base and meridian.
Of section tnleteen (13): the 'northwest quarter
(NW. VI): the south half of the northeast quarter
(S. i/ 2 ot SE. 1.4) ; the north half of the the south-
east. quarter (N. V, of SE. 14); the southwest
quarter of the southeast quarter (SW. Vi of BK.
1 /4), and the southeast quarter of the southeast
quarter (SE. Vi of SE. Vi), excepting so much
thereof as lies south of the center of the channel of
the south fork of Marlposa Creek.
Of section twenty-four (24), the north fifteen (16)
rods of the north half of the northeast quarter (N.
y a of NE. I/4).
Containing in all four hundred and three (403)
acres of laud, more or less.
Together with the appurtenances.
TERMS OF SALE— Cash in gold coin of the
United States : ten per cent payable to the under-
signed on the fall of the hammer; balance on de-
livery of deed; and if not so paid, unless for want
of title (ten days being allowed for search), then
eald ten per cent to be forfeited, and the sale to be
void. Acts of sale at purchaser's expense. !
HENRY C. CAA£PBELX,\ _,_.*,.
THADDEUS B. KENT, f™- 681 -
TRUSTEES' SALE.— IN ACCORDANCE WITH
-L the terms and under the authority of a certain
deed of trust, duly executed by AI7UUSTSTEUR-
ER, party of the first part, to HENRY 0. CAMP-
BELL and THADDEUS B. KENT, Trustees, par-
ties of the second part, • and the SAN FRAN-
CISCO SAVINGS UNION, party of the
third part, dated November 12th, 1889,
and recorded In the office of the County Recorder
of the County of Tulare. State «of "California,
In Liber 7 of Trust Deeds, at- pages 16,
and following; and in pursuance of a resolution
passed on the sth day of s« member, 1895. by tha
Board of Directors of said SAN FRANCISCO SAV-
INGS UNION, a Corporation, and the holder of
the note (No. 9691) to secure payment of which
the aforesaid deed of trust wns executed, declar-
ing; that default had been made in the payment of
the principal sum and other sums, due under said
note and deed of trust, and requesting and direct-
ing said HENRY C. CAMPBELL and THAD-
DEUS B. KENT, Trustees, to 6eU the real estate
described therein to satisfy said indebtedness.
We, HENRY C. CAMPBELL aad THAD-
DEUS B. KENT. Trustees, do hereby give notice
that on TUESDAY, the 29th day of October, A. D.
1895, at 12 o'clock noon of that day, and at the
auction salesroom ■ of Easton, Eldridge <fc Co.,
No. 638 Market street. in the City and County of
San Francisco, State of California, we will sell at
public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash in
gold coin of tho United States, all the piece or
parcel of land situate In the County of Tulare,
State of California, described as follows, to wit:
According to the official plats and system of sur-
veys of the Government or ths Unit.d States:
In Township seventeen (17) south, range twenty-
three (23) . east. Mount Diablo base and meridian:
Of section twenty (20): the northwest quarter
(N W. 14), containing one hundred and sixty (160)
acres of land, more or less. .
Together with the nnpurtenances.
TERMS OF SALE— Cash In gold coin ot the
United States; ten percent payable to the under-
Signed on the fall of the hammer, balance on deliv-
ery of deed; and If not so paid,', unless for want of
title (ten days being allowed for search), then said
ten per cent to be forfeited and the sale to be void.
Acts of sale at purchaser's expense.
HENRY C. CAMPBELL, > T _,. tOM
THADDEUBB. KENT, / Trustees -
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