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A HOUSE DIVIDED
Alameda Society Ladies
at War. ,
GREEN'S ENGLISH FORTUNE
Two Candidates for the Council
Presidency.
PROPOSED INDEPENDENT TICKET
Every Ward in the City Represented
at a Political Meeting in the
Delger Block.
Oakland.— war of the Alameda
Woman's Exchange and Relief Society has
at last reached Oakland by way of the
Sheriff's office, and unless stringent
measures are soon taken, the Sheriff of
Alameda County may soon be compelled
to lock up some of the Four Hundred of
tbe Encinal City. */
The famous charitable association known
as tbe Alameda Woman's Exchange and
Belief Society was' a short lime ago
divided by an internal war, and tbe
new faction made Mrs. Dr. Dennis its
president. Of the original association
Mrs. George Birkmaler is president and
Mrs. Susan Carpenter is superintendent,
and occupies the premises on Park street
whicb tbe association has made its home
for some time.
The war has been very bitter between
these factions for some time, and it finally
became generally understood that the
object at issue was the premises in ques
tion. .
On Wednesday night at 9 o'clock Judge
Tappan determined to move the bouse
away to another lot and leave tbe new
fiction in possession. Mr*. Carpenter was
willing, and she took her station iv the
shanty. The house was quickly lifted on
skids,' ropes and horses attached ana the
cavalcade started down Park street. The
police were called in and arrested the
Tappauites, who were immediately re
leased on bail.
There was a clash between Judge Tap
pan and Judge Swasey. and the later
smashed Papuan in the eye, the attorney
countering on Swasey's nose.
Now the matter is again in tbe courts,
for the new faction yesterday appeared
and asked that the law step in and help
them get ths house back which Mrs. Car
penter rode away triumphantly on the
night before. Papers were hastily drawn
and given to Sheriff McKiiltcan and be.
hurried off to Alameda and took posses
sion, Mrs. Carpenter gracefully yielding
up tne house.
Green Wag Rich.
Captain F. W. Bunt and Public Ad
ministrator Stanley went to Bed wood City
yesterday and positively identified the
watch found on the body taken from the
water at Milbrae to be the properly of
George GreeD, the Southern Pacific ma
chinist, who disappeared some weeks ago.
Public Administrator Stanley has asked
for letters of administration on Green's
estate and is endeavoring to solve th
mysieries half-hinted al in Green's mem
orandum, and will try to locate thu de
ceased's bankbook.
Green's friends aver that the deceased
was worth between §50,000 aud {-.60,000 in
iemunerative rented property in England,
and that he enjoyed the returns from it
during his lifetime.
An Independent Ticket.
Wednesday evening a political meeting
called by a circular sent out by E. U. Bus
well and other parties for the purpose nf
taking steps toward nominating nn inde
pendent county ticket was held in M. J.
Ward's iffice in the Delger block. Every
ward in the city whs represented.
It was decided to keep everything very
secret about tbe proceedings of the meet
ing for the present. It was learned, how
ever, that an organization will be accom
plished and unless a good listof men is
nominated by the old parties un mdepend
ent ticket will be placed in the field.
Another Candidate.
It seems that Mr. Barslnw, who lias been
spoken of as a candidate for president of
the Council to succeed President Towle. is
not going to have things all his own way.
He represents what Is known as the con
servative element of the non-partisan
members of the Council, and there is op
position to him wbicb may result Ina
contest. -
A Residence Homed.
The residence at Niles of Agent Har
court of the Southern Pacific Railroad was
burned down last night during the absence
of the family. The building was owned
by Eli Deoison of Oakland and was valued
at 81800; loss on contents $500. The cause
of the fire is unknown.
BERKELEY.
The recent attack of William Schroff of
West Berkeley on the six-year-old eon of
W. Dojas promises to be a serious matter.
The boy is in quite a bad condition, and a
charge of assault with a deadly weapon
bas been enteied against Schroff.
Cbarms or the Yotemlte, delineated by
pen and pencil, In "The Call*" greatpre-
Ttnlntm, "Piotarrsqne California." Port
folio 6 now re-*tly for distribution.
ALL ABOUT FISH.
Some Changes in the Fly-
Casting Rules.
What an Expert Truckee Angler
Writes Concerning Alterations .
in the Reasons.
At a meeting of tbe committee on fly-casting
tournament held March 13 It was decided to
make the style of casting In event So. 5 (lure
casting**, double handed Instead cf single hand
ed as at Hrst proposed.'
On account of the large number of valuable
merchandise prizes which have been offered It
was mined to do away with silver and
bronze medals, and the prize** as now settled
upon. For each ot the events will be a gold
medal as first prize -and merchandise prizes
for tbe second and third. *
The merchandise. prizes already donated are:
One Leonard tod, one it tol steel rod, reels,
lines, flies, etc.
The height of the platform will probably be
raised to eighteen inches above the surface of
ibe water Instead of one foot as originally pro
posed. In all other respects the rules will re
main unchanged. '^f&tgßfi
Tbe tournament will be held in the Midwinter
Fair grounds. Dliector-Geneial ac Young has
offered to make a lake suitable forthe purpose*
of the tournament somewhere In the recreation
ground', and has also offeied a handsome ttn
ph y 10 be presented to the one making the high
est a rerajre in events 1, 2. 3 aud 4 (lly casting),
both of which otters the committee has ac
cepted.
A candidate for the "tftiphy" must enter in
all of lite fly-casting events, viz., lirst, second,
third and fotiith.
The dale of Hie angler's convention has he*
fixed for F'ldav, May 4, at 8 o'clock p. M., to
be held in Festival Hall at lie fait grounds.
It Is proposed to give a ••fish dinner" on Sat
urday evening May 5. at a cost not to exceed
$2 per plate, to which all anglers and iheir
1 1 lends will be Invited. Further notice of same
Will be alven hereafter.
■ Copies of tbe rules and events will soon be
printed and forwarded, to*zeib* r with blank
application for entries, to all anglers in the
State whose names are known to the commit lee.
All who anticipate entering the tournament
should, however, Immediately foi wai d name
and addres« to Waller D. Mansfield, 3 Rive
stieet, San Francisco. . ■ ■.- ***a**J» x___tW
The following letter to the Call from a
prominent angler at Truckee will be read with
inteieii by those who have whipped that -nand
earn— Truckee . River— and Hi- several
great lake** adjacent lo the mountain town.
The writer, who may possibly - represent
Truckee at the fly-casting tournament, says:
"An ordinance parsed last Sept mber by the
Supervisors of Nevada County extruding the
closed season for taking trout from M-_y 1 to
June 1 was a move in the right direction.
"It is a well-known tact to all devot-es of the
rastline, among whom are numbers of San
Fraucisco anglers that the river and lake
trout iv this vicinity spawn during the
months of April and May mure thau at any
oilier time nf year, and that trout when spawn
ing seek shallow water.
"They then ascend the small streams which
empty Into large bodies of water, and. as might
be expected, fall an easy pieyto ludians and
professional fishermen.
"The change in the old law will have, It is
expected, an excellent effect, so far as, he pro
tection of th*- ti-hes is concerned, during the
months in whicn they spawn.
"The Sierra Nevada Sportsmen's Club has
decided to assist the officers of the law in the
detection and prosecution of off nders.
'•In Sierra County the season for angling,
which in former years opened on April 1, will
not open tins year until July 1. Thus the sea
son tor trout-fishing on Webber Lake will remain
closed until the lail r date. The change lv
the law, in this particular, was made specially
to ston professional fishermen from depleting
the lake of Its male fishes, which remain near
the surface of the water until the ice disap
pears and aie easily caught by those who fish
through holes made in the Ice. It will be law
ful, however, to catch fish in Independence
Lake on June 1.
"Tbe Fish Commissioners have repeatedly
stated to the spoilsmen and anglers of ibis city
that they bad arranged matters satisfactorily
with the mill-owner**, so that in future the
i usn stuff from the rolils.wlll not be dumped
into th* Truckee River.
"I wonder when they Intend to carry out
their good Intentions? At present the 'mills
situated on the river are dumping tons upon
tons of sawdust and shavings dally into the
stream, and employes smile' when the Klsh
Commissioners me mentioned. The fish ways
in the river are also in much need of repair, In
fact the fishway at Ruckhaliers, with the
exception of one or two others farther down
the river. Is tne only one properly constructed.
There ls a law to stop the milliuen from turning
the river and our angl* rs are wondering what
must have been the arrangements made be
tween Commissioners Redding, McNeil and
Murdoch and the mill-owners.
"The latter, some mouths ago, showed un
mistakable signs of alarm, hut If we aie to Judge
by their present dispositions, relative to the
pollution of Truckee with mill tailings, etc., It
i% indeed, to be presumed that they have bad
an understanding with the Commissioners."
NOT IMPARTIAL.
A Charge Made Against
the Supervisors.
Schussler Brothers Assert That a
Privilege Granted to Their Neigh
bors Is Withheld From Them.
A case of unusual interest to manufacturers
anil property-owners will be uld in Judge
Campbell's court to-day. The right of Super,
visors to withhold a privilege from one citizen
which Is granted to another similarly situated
will be questioned, aud incidentally the city's
rulers will be chaiged with gross partiality.
The defendants are Schussler Bros., manu
facturers of sashes, doois and picture-frames
at 312 and 314 Grove street. Thyeiected a
building at a cost of $30,000 some time ago
and obtained permission to use a boiler. Sev
eral months ago this permission was, at tbe
request of some of the Schusslers' neighbors,
withdrawn. The linn struggled alone for a
lime without a boiler and then renewed their
application for penult. It was refused.
One month ago the Schusslers came to the
conclusion that they had a- much right to use
a boiler as any of their nelghbois, aud ignoring
the action of me Supervisors they re-erected
their steam-generaior aud were promptly ar
rested for violating tbe tire ordinance, which
prohibits the erection or use of a boiler without
tte consent of the Supervisors. The Fire De
partment took an active Interest Id the case
and the Schusslers' neighbors were not asleep.
The case was set for trial yesterday alter
noon, but the entire session was consumed Id
lhe examination of jurors. All the names
Placed in lhe box were those of Substantia',
business men, but few of -.them were accepted
by the counsel for the def ndnut«. Among
those wbo were icjected weie I). K. Allison,
Frank, Bernard, M. F. Cosgnff, Barclay Mntih,
}'.. A. Fog* lbeig, L. Feusier, U. W. "lyndall aud
J. P. Fargo.
Tbe Schusslers think they have been very
unfa lily treated by the Supervisors. "Permits
lo eiect and use boilers," said a member ot the
hi m. "have been granted to buns, corporations
and individuals on every side of us. If ours is
a menace to life aDd properly aie not theirs?
If our boiler is going to blow up, are tbe boilers
used in an establishment opposite us, in the
United States Brewery near us. In the Me
chanics' Pavilion and In o her places in tbe
neighborhood safei ? We are going to light It
out until we obtain equal rights Willi our
neighbors."
IT IS A BASTILLE.
What Mrs. Foltz Thinks of the Old
People's Home.
Aged Mrs. Stark is occasioning the Old Peo
ple's Home some trouble, as Is Mrs. Clara
Foltz, her attorney, to Charles F. Haulon, legal
adviser tor the home.
In the Justices' Court a little while ago it
was decided that Mis. Stark was not a lit and
proper person to be an Inmate of the home, and
the proceeding that came up before Judge San
derson yesterday was au appeal from ibat
cruel decision.
Ii was shown by divers persons that Mrs.
Stat was, to say the least, a little eccentric.
Bat it was never shown tbat she had done any
thing very bad. True, she had changed her
••mush" at the fast-table from one side to
the other, and had even gone so far as tn ex
change a sly smile with her neighbor**, and yet
she was ejected. Mrs. Foltz demanded jus
tice for her poor old client, while tl anion main
tained that justice had been already admlnis
teied. *%HP*9KBfIM&<M3BRfIH
Both the superintendent and the matron of
the home testified that Mrs. Stark was not an
exemplary character. She used io "snigger"
at table, and sometimes get up and rush trom
the room "like au old cat." She was always
■'defiant," and refused to adopt any suggestion
presented to her.
On the other hand. Mrs. Foltz resented very
vigorously her client's unjust treatment at
what she called "thai Bastille up there." Han
lon resen'ed the term, and there was war.
Meanwhile Judge Sunder-on wrung bis bands
In a helpless sort of wav, and seemed to wish
he knew what i hev were all talking about.
The case Is not yet finished.
We Will Leave
It To Youl
We will wager you something
handsome and leave it to you
that your face is not as smooth
as your last photo. The pho-
tographer's pencil rubbed out
the spots. Joy's Vegetable
Sarsaparilla will remove the
blemishes from the original. It
' makes the face like the picture.
JOY'S IS THE ONLY
SARSAPARILLA THAT WEI
DOES NOT CREATE
UOLY > ERUPTIONS
WHILE USING. -_. __.* '■*.
Uleodtf --
THE MORNING CALL, SAN FRANCISCO, FRIDAY,^ MARCH 16, 1894.
SIX AGAINST ONE.
A Virginian's Thrilling
Experience.
VISITS THE OCEAN BEACH
And Is Attacked by Six Cow
ardly Robbers.
TWO PLACED HORS DU COMBAT.
The Others Brutally Beat and Kick
Him and Relieve Him of Si 6o,
All His Money.
While the police are succeeding in tbeir
efforts to keep crooks, pickpockets, bunko
steerers and sure-thing gamblers away
from the Midwinter Fair grounds, the
Cliff House and Ocean Reach are infested
witb them and strangers are constantly
being swindled or roDbed.
A most daring robbery about 3 o'clock in
the afternoon occurred recently. The
police have been keeping it quiet, but it
leaked out yesterday.
Ed 11. S. Jones, a splendid specimen of a
Virginian, came to tbe city some weeks
ago from Richmond to take in the Mid
winter Fair and possibly remain bere. Ue
is about 6 feet 2 inches in height, as
straight as an arrow and of athletic build.
Not many days ago he went to tbe fair to
meet a friend who had asked him for a
loan of £150. He took SIOO witb him, as
he wanted to have some extra coin in his
Docket after giving his friend the loan.
Through some misunderstanding he and
bis friend failed to connect, and after wait
ing for an hour or so he thought be would
take a run out to the Cliff House.
Alter listening to Lhe organ in tbe music
ball be ttrolled down to the beach and
walked leisurely along for about half a
mile, listening to the sad sea waves and
thinking what a glorious climate Califor
nia was blessed with.
His musings were rudely interrupted by
a man who seemed to rise out of the sand
dune-, and came toward him.
"Hello!" said lhe stranger. "What are
you doing here?"
"Taking a walk," was Jones' laconic
reply.
"Where did you come from, and who
are you?" questioned the stranger in the
same breath.
The K'rangei's curiosity and Impertin
ence aroused Jones' ire, and he curtly
said- "You are a stranger to me, sir, and
it's none of your business where I come
from or where I am eomg."
To Jones' surprise the stranger pulled
out a revolver and curilv remarked:
"Throw up your bauds, you ."
Jones did not throw up bis hands, lie
smashed the fellow between the eves with
a stiff right-hander and knocked film
down. The pistol flew out of tbe robber's
hand and went off, the bullet whistling
past Jones' right ear. Jones made for ihe
pistol, but during his colloquy with the
robber be had not observed another man
rapidly approaching them with an open
knife in bis hand. Jones h>*d sense enough
to see that the new arrival would be upon
him before be could reach the pistol. He
stopped suddenly, and as the other man
rushed at him with the open knife be
stepped quickly aside and one of his long
legs flew ont and his boot came into vigor
ous contact with the second robber's
stomach, knocking the wind clean out of
bim.
But he web not yet out of danger. Four
other men bad risen out of the sand dunes
and hurried to the assistance of their
fallen comrades. Before he could realize
whether they were friends or foes he was
hit on the back of the head with some
blunt instrument, which staggered and
dazed him, aDd ere he could regain his
equilibrium the four were upon him and
soon had him pinned to the ground not
withstanding his desperate struggles.
The two men whom he had laid horsdn
combat had by tbis time regained their
feet, and while the other four held Jones
firmly down they went through his pockets
and relieved him of the £160. Then they
kicked him most brutally, and five of them
ran and disappeared among the sandhills.
One of the man who had picked up the gun
remained behind and kept a firm grip of
their almost unconscious victim till they
had disappeared from view. Then he
loosened his grip and Jones staggered to
bis feet.
"Now," said the robber with th**) gun,
"travel or I'll fill yon with bullets."
Jones stood out upon the order of his
going, but went at once, and bad to walk
all the way to the city, as the robbers had
not left him even 10 cents to pay his fare.
Jones called at police headquarters yes
terday to see if he could Identify a sus
pected robber as one of his assailants, but
failed. The police think that Billy Mc-
Donald, who was arrested some days ago
on the charge of personating an officer and
robbing a stranger at the beach along with
three.other men, was one of Jones' assail
ants, but Jones failed to identify him. He
thought, however, that he might be one of
the four men who jumped bim, two of
them having pinioned his arras from be
hind and always kept out of his sight.
Jones' stiff hat still bears the impression
of the blow which staggered him when
the four men came upon the scene.
He is none the worse for his thrilling ad
venture, but be is aching to get a chance
to let the cowardly ruffians feel the power
of his muscle.
LATESr SHIPPING INTE LUOK.NCB.
Arrived.
THtTBSDAY. Marie.
Stmr Silver Spring, Biggins, __ hours from
Eureka: lumber, to .1 X llamfy.
Htasr Newsboy, Foaen,ss hours from San Pedro
ballast, to Navarro Mill Co.
Schr Albion, oisen, 30 boars from Albion: 1 um
ber, to I'uget Sound Lumber Co. Oakland direct.
Domestic Port*.
EUREKA— SaiIed Mar 15-Stmr Westport, tor
San Kranclsco. . _„'■■
SAN PEDRO— Mar 15— Schr Lottie Car
son, for Eureka
SAN DlE*. Sailed Mar 15— Br bark Senegal.
TATOOSH-Passed Mar 16— Bark General Fair,
child, hence Mar 8 for Nanaimo; ship Ivanhoe
hence Mar 8 for Seattle. ■ i
BOWENS Sailed Mar 15-SchrMon
terey, for San Irancisco.
COOS BAY— Arrived Mar 14-Schr Charles Han
sen, hence Mar 9.
Forelen Ports.
COMOX— Arrived Mar 14— Haw »tmr San Ma
teo, from Port Los Angeles.
- Imnort-itlnm.
EEL FIVER-Per "Weeott-30 bxs butter. 121
bxs apples. 1 coop chickens. 43 sks potatoes. 6 pkps
nails. V tanks, 1 os shoes. 1 cs pictures, 1 stove, 1
pipe, 4 cs household Roods, 6 pkgs wagon gear, li
sks peanuts, 1 pkgs mdse. hf bx fish.
<C'>ti*>icn**«.
Per "Weeott—Russ. Sanders * Co: Rlsdon A
GreESon; Dairymen's Onion; Wltzel A Baker; W
Dungan; Norton. Teller A Co: llriehani, Hoope A
Co: C E W bltney A Co; F B Halght A Co; Thomas
Morris A Co: Thomas A Kabti: WC Price A Co-
Hills Bros; H. Dutard; Standard Oil Co: George
Stanley * Co: Hawley Bros A Co: I'eter Haley-.
Buckingham. Hecht*. Co: Rothschild * Co: Stud
ebakt-r Bros A Co; American Carbolic Acid Co; J
It Heckman A Co. *.__*<_l*__9HlHS*mMHnßMMM*MHi|
BIRTHS— MARRIAGES— DEATHS.
r Birth, marriage and death notices sent by mall
will not be inserted. Tbey must he banded in at
either of tbe publication offices aud be indorsed
with the name and residence ot persons authoriz-
ing to have the same published.
BORN.
KENNEY— In this city. Marcb 11. 1894. to the
. wire of Arthur E. Renney. a daughter.
, .MAKKIKI). '
KLAKNET— COOPER— In this city, March 11.
18V-4, by tbe Rev. M. S. Levy, Charles Klarnet
and Mamie Cooper.
SAMU ELSON— STERN— In this city. : March 11,
34. by tbe Rev. M. S. Levy, Elcau Samuelson
and Saiumea Stern. • ---"HCThi'tJß'i ItCwjjff )ii'flim |iju
BCMETTLER— PRATT— In this city, Louis Schet-
tler and Agues Pratt, both of San Kranclsco.
HEINECKE— CHEISMAN-ln this city. March
15. 1894.' by tb» Rev. K. Bonn. Paul W. Helneeke
and Kannle B. Chrlaman. both of San Francisco.
t ' r *DIKI>.
Cllsbam. Thomas K. Hammond, R. G.
. Dorland. Thomas A. C. Krumbeln. Christian S.
Douobue, Mary McKenzie. Alan
De Martini. Mrs. P. Maclenuan, Frances
Kldracber, Margaret Madden, Dennis H.
Knderle. Helene R. M. Pardini, Narciso
Edgar, James Quln. Thomas C
Flanders. Alvan Bogsrenlami B. It. •
Gayou. Mary V. Steffens, Catherine M.
Hussey, Julia Shaugbuessy, Josle
Haggerty, Mary Ann Simmons. Charles
Hoguet. Louis Weiss. Valentine
Hazard, John Waestaff, Adeline
Wagner. Elizabeth
DORLAND— In this city. March 14. 1894. Thomas
A. C. Dorland. beloved husband of Amelia
Malso * Dorland. father of Leanore A. Souc. son-
- In-law of Mrs. L. A. Maison. and brother of James
and Robert Dorland. a native of Canada, aged
49 * ears 10 months and 10 days.
•B*Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend tbe funeral THIS DAY
(Friday), at 1 o'ciock r.n.. fr**in bis late resi-
dence. 623 Seventeenth street, between Dolores
and Church. Interment Cypress Lawn Cem-
etery. **
STEFFENS-In this city. March 14. 1894. Cath-
erine Margaretb, beloved wife of John Steffens.
daughter of Daniel Gartelmann. and sister of
Mrs. Theodore Brohaska and Annie and Daniel
Gartelmann, a native of San Francisco, aged 30
years '_» months and 11 days* '
JS-Friends and acquaintances are respect;
fuuy invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Friday), at 9 o'clock a. m.. from her late resi-
dence. 'i Sumner street, off Howard, between
Seventh and Eighth. -The remains will he for-
warded to santa Clara, Cal.. for interment, by
train leaving Third and Townsend streets at
10:40 o'clock a. v. - **
HUSSEY-m this cltv. March 13. 1894. Julia,
relict of the late Edward Hussey, and mother of
Annie, Regiula, Lillle. Francis and Daniel Hus-
sey and Mrs. P. Lance, a native of County Clare,
Ireland, aged 47 years.
AS" Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited toattend the funeral THIS DAT
(Friday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m.. from her late
residence, 335 Twenty-ninth street, thence to
St. Paul's Church, where a requiem mass will
be celebrated ror the repose of her soul, com-
mencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy Cross
Cemetery. **
ELDHACHEE— In this city, March 14, 1894. Mar-
garet, beloved wife of Peter Eidracher. mother
of William F. and Charles J. Eidracher. and
sister of J. J. McCormick. a Dative of County
Tipperary. Ireland, aged 56 years and 4 months.
_■__■** Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to -attend the funeral THIS DAT
(Friday), at 9:30 o'clock a. m.. from the par-
lors of the United Undertakers, 27 and 29 Fifth
street, thence to St Joseph's Church, where a
requiem high mass will be celebrated for the
repose of her soul, commencing at 10:15 o'clock
a. !_.. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. ****
SHAUGHNESSY— In this city, March 14. 1894.
Josie, beloved wife or John Shaugbuessy, and
mother of John and Josle Shaughnessy, and sis-
ter of Mrs. James Hale, Mrs. Philip Riley, Miss
Maggie Healy and James Healy, a native of
San Francisco, aged 27 years.
O-Fnends and acquaintance** are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Friday), at 9 o'clock a. m.. from her late resi-
dence. 1313 Vallej.-* street, thence to St. Brid-
get's Church, corner Van" Ness avenue aud
Broadway, where a requiem high mass will be
celebrated for the repose of her soul, com-
mencing at 9:30 o'clock a. M. Interment Holy
Cross Cemeiery. •*
MADDEN- In this city. March 14. 1894. Dennis
11.. dearly beloved husband of Nellie E Madden,
father of Ihomas W.. David D.. Josephine T.
ami Genev eve L. Madden, and second son of
Honora aud the late David Madden, a native of
Boston. Mass., aged 45 years.
ftdr-i-rieiid-t and acouaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend tbe funeral THIS DAY
(Friday), at 9:30 o'clock a. m.. from bis late
residence, -Oil Hickory avenue, tbence to Sacred
Heart Church, corner Fillmore and Fell streets,
where a solemn requiem ma-s will be celebrated
forthe repose of his soul, commencing at 10
o'clock a. m. Interment Mount Calvary Cem
etery. ■ 2
GENTLEMEN'S SODALITY OF ST. IGNATIUS
Church— You are requested to attend the funeral
of our late departed br ther sodallst. Dennis 11.
Madden, as per above n tlce. The "Office of
the Dead" will be recited for tbe repose of his
soul at the chapel or the Gentlemen's Sodality,
Hayes street, on MONDAY, March 19. 1894. at 8
o'clock p. if. Relatives and friends are Invited
to be present. By order of feather Director.
JAMES R. KELLY*. Prefect,
John- J. Oaluohsb. Secretary. 1
DONOHUE— In this city, Marcu 13, 1894. Mary
Don* hue, a native of 'Ireland, aged 60 year-*.
t iTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the luneral THIS DAY
(Friday), at 9 o'clock a. m., from the par-
lors *>f McAvoy A Gallagher. 20 H'th street,
tbence to st. Brendan's church for services.
Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. •
HAGGERTY"— In this city. March IS. 1894. Mary
Ann, beloved wife of the late William Haggerty,
and mother of John Joseph. Sophie M. and Wil-
liam Henry Haggerty. a native of County Cork,
Ireland, aged 56 years. [Boston papers please
copy.)
4 13- Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Friday). at9:'o o'clock a. m.. from ber 1-te
residence. 118 First street, thence to st Pat-
rick's Church, where services will be celebrated
forthe repose of her soul, commencing al 10
o'clock a. m. interment Holy Cross Cemetery.**
BOGGENLAND-In this city, March 14. 1894. P.
H. Koggeniand, a native of Germany, aged 77
years. * 'iiußJniTlWll'ii tl_.ll l l iT.riri'*J | l__ ihiiUMm <***Hilml
fftr Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DaY
' (Friday), at 1 1 :30 o'clock a. m.. from st Mary's
Hospital Chapel. Interment Holy Cross Cem-
etery, by train. ••
QllN — In this city. March 14. 1894. Thomas C,
heloved husband of Jane Quln, a native or Bel-
fast. Ireland, aged 46 ye ir*.
49** Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Friday), at 10:30 o'clock a.m.. from the par-
lors of tbe Unite* Undertakers. 27 and 2;* Fifth
street. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery •*
EN'DERI.E— In this cltv, March 15. 1894. Helens
l:. M . beloved and Infant daughter of Theodore
and Bertha Enaerle, * native of San Fraucisco,
a/ed 9 months and 4 days.
riemis and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral Tnis DAY
(Friday), at 2 o'clock p. »c from the family
residence, 12-16 Mission street. 1
PARDINI — la this city. March 13. 1894. Narciso,
beloved husband or Josephine Pardini, son-in-
law of Mr. and Mrs. L I'arsvagua. brother-in-
law nt Mr. and Mrs. G. Grondona, son of Lulgl
and Teresa Pardini. and brother or Mrs. Dati
and Mrs. Guldl of Lucca, Italy, a native of
Lucca, Italy, aged 62 years.
Us"* l- riends are respect fully invited to attend
tl.* funeral services TO-MORROW (Saturday), at
1 o'clock p. m., at his late residence, 813. Union
street, thence to Masnnie Temple, corner Mont-
pom ry and Post streets. Interment Italian
Cemetery •*
FI.ANDEKS-In this city. March 14, 1894. Alvan
Flanders. /-r-Gbvernor of Washington Territory,
beloved husband <>r Elizabeth <J. Flanders, aged
69 years, 1 Washington and Boston papers please
copy.]
j»3*-rriends are respectfully Invited to attend
the funeral services TO-MOKROWf Saturday), at
2 o'clock p. si., at 1896 Broadway. ••
WEISS— Ia tt Is city. March 14. 1*94. at her resi-
dence, 1118 Taylor street. Valentine, beloved
wife of Theodore J.Weiss, and daughter of Mrs.
Annie Taylor, a native or California, aged 31
years 4 months and 26 days.
*S"The remains will be shipped TO-MORROW
(Saturday) by 7 o'clock A. v. train to Clarkg-
vllle. El Dorado County, for Interment. - •
HOGUET— In Oakland. March 14. 1894. Louis.
beloved son of George W. Hoguet, a native of
Philadelphia, aged 28 years 7 months and 14
day.
fta-TFrienas and aconaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral services
TO-MORROW (Saturday), at 2 o'clock p. *.. at
1603 San I'ablo avenue. Interment private. 2
McKENZIE— In tnis city. March 15. 1394. Alan,
beloved husband of Norah McKenzie. brotherof
Keneth McKenzie of Oakland, brother-in-law of
Mrs. James Moouey. and uncle of Mrs. Henry
W Gantner. Mrs. Adolph Jorgensen. Mrs. Frank
Wells. Lillle and Annie Moonev »nd Alex Mc-
Kenzie. a native of Nova Scotia, aged 65 years
anil io months. | Benicia (Cal.) papers please
copy.J
VaVFrlends and aconaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral SUNDAY,
March 18, at 1 o'clock p. m.. from his late resi-
dence, 334 Bryant street. betwe*n First and
Second. Interment I. O. tt F. Cemetery. •** ,
WAGNER— in this city. March 15, 1894. Eliza-
beth Wagner, beloved wife of Adam Wagner,
and mother of Mrs. Aug. ScbonMd and Adam.
Henry. Jacob, Illlam and Lizzie Wagner, and
sister or Mrs. D. Lippold, a native of Germany.
aged 54 years 3 months and 6 days.
•S-Notlce or funeral heteaf ter. 1
Ct.ISHAM-ln this city. March 15. 1894, Thomaa
8.. son or Thomas J and Katy M. Cllsbam, a na-
tive of San Francisco, aired 10 days.
HAZARD-ln this city. March 14. 1894. John
H a/. *rd. a native of Ireland, aged 06 years.
DX MARTlNi_in this city. March -. 1894. Mrs.
Pasquallna de Martini, beloved mother or Gio-
vanni de Martini. Mrs Maria Bacigalupl and
Mrs. Rosa Rocca, a native of Italy, aged 74 years
11 months and 2 days.
MACLENNAN— in this city, March 7. 1894. Fran-
ces, infant daughter of A. M and Belle Had en-
nan. aged 7 months.
WAGSTAFF— In this city. March 13. 1894. Ade-
line, daughter of W. G. and Kirmii Wacstaff,
a native or San Francisco, aged 12 years 2,
months and 8 days.
GAYOU-In this city. March 14. 1894. Mary .Vic-
torlne Gayou, anative or Stockton.
81 M mon s-in this city, March . 14, 1894, Charles
Simmons.. :-^tfiea)a#>Ml
EIMiAR-in this city, March 14. 1894. James
Edear.
HAMMOND— In Santa Cruz, March 11.1894, R.
li. Hammond, a native of Tennessee, aged 72
years.
KRUMI'EIN— In Fresno. March 13. 1894. Chris
fan Sa'-derlnl Krnmbeln. aged 19 years
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TRUSTEES' SALE.
IN- ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS AND
X under the authority of a certain Deed of Trust,
duly executed by SAMI'H DAVIS, rtv of the
first part, to HENRY C CAMPBELL and THAD-
Dl.t B. KENT, Trustees, parties of the second
part, -and the SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS
UNION, party of the third part, dated Jauuary 9.
1890, and recorded in the Office or the County
Recorder of tbe County of Fresno. State of Cali-
fornia. In Liber 107 of Deeds, at pages 133 and
following, and ln pursuance of a resolution passed
on tbe 28th day ot December. 1893, by the Board
of Director* of said SAN FRAN CI- CO SAVINGS
UNION, a C* rporntlon, and the holder or the note
(No. 9303), to secure payment of whicb the afore-
said need of Trust was executed, declaring tbat
default had been made ln the payment of the
principal turn and • tber sums, due under said
n**te and Deed of Trim, and requesting and di-
recting said HENRY C. CAMPBELL and THAI)-
OKI'S I-.. KENT, *i rustees, t<> sell the real estate
described therein and not heretofore reconveyed
to satisfy said indebtedness.
We, HENRY C. CAMPBELL and TnADDEUS
B. KENT, Trustees, do hereby give notice, that
on TUESDAY', the 3d day or April. A. D. 11594. at
12 o'clock m. or that day, and at the Auction Sales
Room of EASTON, ELDRIDGK * CO., No. 038
Market street. In the City and County of San
Franc sro, state of California, we will sell at pub-
lic auction, to the highest bidder, tor cash in
Gold Coin of the United States, all the pieces or
parcels of land situate in tbe County of Fresno,
State of < altlornla. described as follows, to wit:
According to the Official Plats and Systems of
Surveys or the Government of the United States.
In Township Fifteen (16) South. Range Twenty-
three (23) East. Mount Diablo Base and Meridian.
Of* Section Twenty-one (21) the Southwest
Quarter (SW Vi) ami the South Half or the South-
east Quarter (S ife of sk Vi).
Containing Two Hundred and Forty (240) acres
of land, more or less, together with tbe appurte-
nances. - !.- ' \
TERMS OF SALK-Cash In Gold Coin of the
United Mates: 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. utile's for want
or 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, » -.__.,•
'- .-, THADDEUS KENT. J ««"tae«.
mrl 3 16 20 23 27 30 ap2
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or access from broad, light corridors. - The central
apart, illuminated by electric 'light. IU Immense
glass roof, broad balconies, carriage-way and trop-
teal plants are features hitherto unknown in Amer-
ican hotels, Guests entertained on either the Amer-
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TRUSTEES' SALE.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS AND
under the antborltv of a certain Deed of Trust.
duly executed by RICHARD T. OWEN, party of
the first part, to HENRY C. CAMPBELL and
THADDEUS B. KENT, Trustees, parties of the
second part, and the SaN FRANCISCO SAYINGS
UN ion, party of the third part, dated November
9. 1889. and recorded in the offlce or the County
Recorder ot the County of Fresno, State of Cali-
fornia, ln Liber 105 of Deeds, at pages 58. and
following: and In pursuance ot a resolution
passed on the 11th day or January, 1891, by the
Board of Directors of said SAN FRANCISCO
SAVINGS UNION, a corporation, and the holder
of the note (No. 9690). to secure pavmentot
which the aforesaid Deed of 'l rust was executed,
declaring that default had been made in the pay-
ment or the principal sum. and other sums, due
under said note and Deed of Trust, and request-
ing ana directing said HENRY C. CAMPBELL
and THADDEUS B. KENT, Trustees, to sell the
real estate described therein to satisfy said in-
debtedness. -
We. HENRY C. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS
B. KENT. Trustees, do hereby give notice lhat
on Tuesday, the Cth day of March, A. D. 1894, at
12 o'clock m. of that day. and at the Auction
salesroom of EASToN KLDRIDGE & Co.. No.
638 Market street, ln the lily and County of San
Francisco, State or Caliiornia, we will sell at pub-
lic auction, to the highest bidder, for cash ln gold
coin of the United states, all the pieces or parcels
of land situate in the County of Fresno, State of
California, described as follows, to wit:
According to the official plats and system of
surveTS of the Government of the United states:
In township twelve ( 12) south, ranze twenty-one
(21) east, Mount Diablo base and meridian, of sec-
tion twenty-one (21). the , southeast quarter
iSE Vi) and the southwest quarter (SW Vi).
Of section twenty-two (22). the southwest quar-
ter of the southwest quarter (sW Vi of SW Vi).
Of section twenty-elp.ht (28). tbe southwest
quarter (SW Vi).
Containing in all five hundred and twenty (520)
acres of laud, mere or less, together with the ap-
purtenances.
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, balauce on de-
livery of deed: ana 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.
HENRI 0. CAMPBELL, \ T , nat .«,
THADDEI SB. KENT, J- 1 ""™"-/
POSTPONEMENT.
The sale above advertised is hereby postponed
until TUESDAY. March 13, 1894, at same hour
and ace above specified therefor. -
. HENRY C. CAMPBELL, )__.„,-.,.
THADDEI'S B. KENT. J" iru »
POSTPONEMENT.
The sale above advertised is hereby postponed
until TUESDAY, Marco 20, 1894, at same hour
and place above specified tbereror.
HENRY" CL -BELL.) -.._-»«..
THADDEUS B. KENT, ) IIU! > lee3 <
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TRUSTEES' SALE.
TN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS AND i
IN ACCORDANCE YVITH THE TERMS AND
A under the authority of a certain deed of trust,
duly • xecuted by DARWIN ('. ALLEN, party of
the first part, to HENRY C. CAM Pi ELL and
THADDEUS B KENT, trustees, parlies of tho
second part, and the SAN t KAN CISCO SAV-
INGS I N lON. party of the third part, dated June
14. 1888, and recorded in the oflice of tne County *
Recorder of the county of Tulare, state of Call- I
forula, in liber 4 of trust deeds at pages 15 and *
following, and in pursuant- of a resolution ;
passed on the 4th day of January. 1894. by the
Board of Directors of said BAN FRANCISCO
SAVINGS IMc.N. a ration, and tbe holder
of the note (No. 8771). to secure payment of
which the aforesaid deed cf trust was executed,
declaring that default had been made in the pay-
ment of tbe principal sum ;*nd other sums, due
under said note and deed of trust, and requesting
and directing said HENRY" C. CAMPBELL, and
1 HADI'I- L'S B. KENT, trustees, to st 11 thereat
estate described therein and not heretofore re-
conveyed to satisfy said indebtedness.
We. HENRY" C. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS
B. KENT, trustees, do hereby ye notice that on
TUESDAY, the *j7th day of March. A. D. 1894,
at 12 o'clock m of tbat day. and at the auction
salesroom of EASToN, Ki.DBIIMiE * CO., 638
Market St.. in the city and county of San Iran-
cisco, State of California, we will tell at public
auction, to the highest bidder, for cash In gold
coin of the United States, all the pieces or par-
cels or land situate In the county of > ttlar State
of California, described as follows, to wit;
According to the vfflclal plan and system of
surveys of the Government *f the United States;
In township twenty-two (22) soutb, ranee twenty-
five (25) east. Mount Diablo base and meridian.
of section thirty-one (31) the east half (E%).
containing three hundred and twenty (320) acres
of land, more or less, together with appurten-
ances. „. . ,
TERMS OF SALE— Cash in gold coin or the
United States: 10 per cent pavaole to tbe under-
signed on the fall of the hammer, balance on de-
livery or deed: and if not M paid, unless for
want title (10 (lays being allowed for search),
then said 10 per cent to be forfeited and the sale
to be void. Acts **f sale at purchaser's expense.
HENRY C. CAMPBELL;*) Trl] - f -.,.
THADDKUS KENT, / ""*■":<:__.
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TRUSTEES' SALE.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS AND
under the authority of a certain deed of
trust, duly executed by EMIL P. GUNDLACH j
(sometimes also called EMIL GUNDLACH), party i
of the first part, to HENRY C. CAMPBELL and
THADDECSB. KENT, trustees, parties of sec I
ond part, and the SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS
UNION, party of the third part, dated November !
21, 1891. and recorded in the office of the County
Recorder of the county of Tulare, State of Cali- j
fornia, in Liber 7 of Trust Deeds, at paces 556 |
and following; and in pursuance of a resolution I
passed ou tbe 14th day of December, 189;-:. by the j
Board of Directors of said SAN FRANCISCO
SAVINGS UNION, a corporation, and the holder j
of tbe note (No. 11330). to secure payment of |
which tbe aforesaid deed of trust was executed, !
declaring tbat default had been made In the pay-
ment of interest and other sums, due nndersald
note and deed of trust, and requesting and direct-
ing said HENRY' C.CAMPBELL and THADDEUS
B. KENT, trustees, to sell the real est *te de-
scribee therein to satisfy said indebtedness.
We. HENRY C. CAMPBELL and HADDEUS
B. KENT, trustees, do bereby give notice that on
TUESDAY", the 27th day of March. A. D. 1894,
at 12 o'clock is. of tnat day. anil at the auction
salesroom of EASTON, ELDKIDOE A Co.. 638
Market street, In the city and couuty of San
Francisco, State of California, we will sell at pub-
lic auction, to the highest bidder, fur cash In gold j
colu of the United States, all the piece or parcel j
of land situate in the county of Tulare, State of I
California, described as follows, to wit: Accord- |
ing to the official plats and system of surveys of \
the Government of the United States: in town- j
ship twenty-two (2.) south, range twenty-four |
(24) east. Mount Diablo base and meridian, of
section eighteen (18). the southwest quartei
(SW. Vi). oantalniug one hundred and fifty-eight
and sixty-eight one-bundredths (158.68) acres of
land, together witb the appurtenances.
Terms of sale— Cash ln gold coin, of the United
States; 10 per cent payable to the undersigned on
the fail or tbe hammer: balance on delivery of
deed: and if not so paid, unless for want of title
(ten days being allowed for search), then said 10
per cent to be forfeited, and the sale to ba void.
Acts of sale at purchaser's expense.
HENRY C. CAMPHKLI_.) „„..„
TUADDKUS B. KENT. / lrus[eeB -
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TRUSTEES' SALE.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS AND
under tbe authority or a certain deed of trust,
duly executed by MOSES MAY party or the first
part, to HENRY C. CAMPBELL and THADDEi
B. KENT, trustees, parties of the second part, and
the SAN PRANCiSCO SAVINGS UNION, party
or the third part, dated December 27, 1887. aud
recorded in the offlce of the County Recorder of
the County of Stanislaus. State of California, in
liber 33 or trust deeds, at pages 137 and follow-
ing: and ill pursuance of a resolution passed on
the 2d day of November, 1893, by the board of
directors of said SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS
UNION, a corporation, and tbe holder of the
notes (No. £555). to secure payment of which the
aforesaid deed of trust was executed, declaring
that default had been made ln tbe payment or the
principal sums and other sums, aue under said
notes and deed of trust, and requesting and di-
recting, said HENRY c. Campbell ana THAI).
DELS 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 mat on
TUESDAY, the 27th day or March, A. D. 1894,
at 12 o'clock m. of tbat day, and at the auction
salesroom of EASTON, ELDRIDiiE A- CO.. 6iB
Market street, in the city and county of San
Francisco, State of California, we will sell at pub-
lic an* tiou, to tne highest bidder, for cash in gold
coin of the United tales, all the pieces or are
or laud situate in the county of Stanislaus, Stats
of Calirornia, described as follows, to wit :
According to the official plats and system ot
surveys 01 the Government ot the United States:
ln township four (4) soutb. range eijjht (8) east.
Mount Diablo base and meridian:
Of section twenty (20), lot four (41. in the
northeast quarter (NE Vi). the southeast quarter
(BE Vi) and the east halt of the southwest quarter
IE 1 ■■ uf svv Vi). containing together two hundred
and sixty-seven (267) acres of land.
Also tue whole 01 swamp and overflowed land
survey 68 (sixty-eight) in said towushlp and
range, comprising portions of the southeast quar-
ter (SE Vi) of section seventeen (17), of the north-
east a uarter (NE Vi) of section twenty (30) and
of tbe northwest quarter (NW Va.) of section
twenty-one *21). and particularly described as
follows, to wit: Beginning at the United States
meander post on the United St tea meander Una
between sections sixteen (16) and twenty-one
(21; in said township and range, and running
tbence west eight (8) chains to the left bans of
the Tuolumne River; thence meander down-
stream south 56 den. west two and 18-100 18)
chains; south 87*4 deg. west seven (7) chains:
north 6014 deg. west four and 60-100 (4.60)
chains; north 35 deg. west nine and 66-100 (9.65)
Chains; north 63 deg. west three and 12-100
(3.12) chains; north 80 deg. west six and 66-100
(0.65) chains; north 84 de_t. west seven and
25-100 (7.25) chains; north 89 deg. west three
and 50-100 (3.50) chains: south 32*/4 deg. west
tour and 46-100 (4.46) chains: south liv, deg.
west six and 5-100 (6.05) chains; south !*7% de;.
west four and 30-100 (4.30) cnalns: south 183/ 4
den. west four and 70-100 (4.70) chains: soutn
41.4 deg. east eight and 20-100 (S.-.0) chains:
south 24% "ea. cast eleven and 97-100 (11.97)
chains; south 21 deg. east four anc 80-100 (4.80)
chains; soutb li deg. west four and 80-100 (4.80)
chains, and north 87 deg. west two ami 97-100
(2.97) chains to the United States meander line;
thence on said line south 77 dea. east ten (10*.
chains: nortb 73% deg. east ten (10) chains;
north 6014 deg. east twelve (12) chains to me-
ander post between sections twenty (20) and
twenty-one (31) in said township and range;
nortb 38 1 /*t deg. eas; twenty-six and 56-100
(26.55) chains, and north 26 5 4 deg. east eight (8)
chains to tbe point of beginning, containing one
hundred and fifty-eight and 65-100 (158.j"i6i acres
of land, the total acreage of the lands hereby con-
veyed bring four hundred aud twenty-five and
55-100 (425.55) acres, together with the appurte-
nances.
TERMS OF SALE— Cash in gold coin of the
United states: ten per cent payable to the uDder»-
Iff c 1 on tbe fait of the hammer; balance on de- '
livery or deed; and it not so paid, unless for wane
of title (ten days being allowed for search), then
said leu per cent to be forfeited and the sale to
be void. Acts of sale at purchaser's expense.
HENRY C. CAMPBELL,! +,„.,.„„
THADDEUS B. KENT. / trustees,
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TRUSTEES' SALE.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS AND
JL under the authority of a certain deed of trust,
duly executed by JOHN C. STRUCK" party
of the first part, to HENRY' C. CAMPBELL and
THADDEUS p.. KENT, Trustees, parties of the
second part, and the SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS
UNION, party of the third part, d *te*l .'une .*>,
1890. and recorded in the office of th» County
Recorder of the County of San Luis Obispo. State
of California, in Liber 8 or Deeds, at pages 193
and following, and in pursuance of a resolution
passed on tb.- 2 1st day of December, 189H, by the
Board or Directors of said SAN FRANC I CO
SAYiNGS UNION, a corporation, and the bolder
of tho note (No. 10148), to secure payment ot
which the aforesaid deed of trust was executed,
j declaring that default had been made In the pay-
* ment of interest and other sums, due under said
note and deed of trust, and requesting and direct-
ing said HENRY C. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS
B. KENT, Trustees, to sell the real estate de-
scribed therein to satisfy said indebtedness. *
We. HENRY C. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS
B. KENT, Trustees, do hereby give notice that on
TUESDAY, the 3*l day of April. A. D. 1894, at 12
o'clock m. of that day. and at the Auction Sales-
room or EASTON ELDRIDGE A CO., No. 638
Market street, in the City and Couuty of Sau
-Francisco. State of California, we will sell at pub-
lic auction, to the highest bidder, forcasb in gold
coin of tbe United States, all tbe piece or parcel
of land situate in the County of San Luis Obispo,
state of California, described as follows, to wit :
Lot or subdivision No. fifty (50) as laid down
and designated on a certain map entitled "Map
of the Subdivision of the Huer Huero Kancno
i and Adjacent lands, Sau luis Obispo County,
i California. Surveyed May. 1884." a copy of which
: map is on file and of record In the offlce of the
; County Recorder of. the County of San Luis
: Obispo, to which map and tbe field notes from
j which the same was compiled, reference s hereby
j made tor a more particular description of the
i lands hereinabove described and hereby con-
j veyed: Containing three hundred and fifty one-
I hundredths (300 60-100) acres or land more or
' less, together wltn the appurtenances. ---._>■ ■-*■.■__,';»
TERMS OF SALE— Cash in gold coin Of the
i Unltea 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, nnless for want
of title (ten days being allowed for search), then
said ten per cent to be forfeited ami the sale to be
void. Acts of sale at purchaser's expense.
HENRY C. CAMPBELL, 1 T rn_it«e«
THADDEUS B.KEE-. J iru,loeß -
mr!3 16 20 23 27 30 ap3
TRUSTEES' SALE.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS AND
X under the authority of a certain deed of trust,
duly executed by NEWTON HOGAN, party of
the first part* to HENRY C. CAMPBELL and
THADDELs B. KENT, trustees, parties of the
secou'd part, and the SAN HIA CISCO SAVINGS
UNION, party of the third part, dated June 7,
1883. »nd recorded in the offlce or the «: ounty Re-
corder of the county of Tulare, state of California,
ln liber 3 of trust deeds, at pages 631 and follow-
ing, and In pursuance or a resolution passed on
the 2Hd day or February, 1894. by the Board of
Directors of saM-SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS
UN lON. a corporation, and the holder of the note
(No. 8703). to secure payment of which tue afore-
said deed of trust was executed, declaring th%t
default had been made in tbe payment of the
priucipal sum and other sums, due under said note
and deed of trust, and requestlne and directing
■aid HENKY" C. CAMPBELL and THADDELs B.
KKNT. trustees, to sell the real estate described
therein and not heretofore recunveyeu, to satisfy
said indebtedness
We, HENRY. C. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS
B Xi NT. trustees, do hereby give notice that on
Tuesday, the 3d day of April, A. D. 1894, at 12
cVi c v. of that day. and at the auction sales-
room of EASTON, ELDRIDGK & CO., OS* Market
St.. In the city and county of San Francisco, State
of California, we will sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder, tor cash in gold com or the United
states, all tne pieces or parcels of land situate lv
the county of Tulare, Slate or California, de-
scribed as follows, to wit:
According to the official plats and system -or
surveys of the Government of the United States:
, In township seventeen (17) soutn. ranee twenty-
seven (27) east. Mount Diablo base and meridian.
Of section thirty-four (4) tbe southeast quarter
(SE ! .4) an.l the cast half ol tbe northeast qnattat
of the southwest quarter ( _•. V**, of N IK V*4 of S\V '■ _).
containing one hundred and eighty (ISO) acres of
land, tozeilier with the appurtenances.
TKLMS or* SALE— (»sh in gold coin of the
United States: 10 per cent payable to the under-
signed on the tall of the hammer, bslance on de-
livery of deed, and if not so paid, unless for want
of title (10 days being allowed for search), then
said 10 per cent to be torfeited, and the sale to be
▼old. ■ Acts of sale at purchaser's expense.
HENKY C. CAMIBEL i., > Trustees.
THADDEUS B. KENT. ; irusloe3 -
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WEEKLY GALL, $1 A YEAR

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