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LEADERS EAT PIE.
Coxey's Army Marches On Still. PLENTY OF FOOD FOR ALL. But Some Grumbling as to the Quality. . STILL THERE ARE NO THOUSANDS Only Sixty-Seven Men in Line and the Recruits Come Very Slowly. Salem. Ohio. March 29.— Coxey's army passed a pleasant night in two balls set aside for their accommodation. They breakfasted on coffee, bread and jelly, while the officers had pies and . meat. This caused crumbling among the rank and file, but they were quieted with prom ises. It snowed all night, making the roads between Salem and Columbiana very uninviting. As Coxey did not arrive on the morning train, orders were given and a start made at 10 o'clock, with fourteen new recruits, wbo joined at breakfast. Provision depots are being established along the route and surplus supplies are being shipped ahead. Four Pittsburg recruits for Coxey's army were arrested here lor robbery. They put up at the Salem House, and during the night, it is alleged, they robbed the clerk of the hotel of 575 The money in denom inations as described was found on them. They assert their innocence. Carl Browne and the other officers of the Commonweal deny that they belong to the army. lonia, Ohio, March 29.— 0n the road .to Letonia the Commonweal soldiers -marched through mud six inches deep. Letonia turned out a mounted committee of twelve citizens to welcome the army. Food was provided for 250, and what the army of ninety-seven could not eat was placed in the wagons. v ; .Columbia, Ohio, March 29.— Coxey has Rejoined his army. The Commonweal is enjoying a big boom. The Farmers' Alli ance provided three wagon-loads of pro , visions and two of wood. In a speech during one of the army's stops to-day Carl '. o Browne said he was beineltuisrepresenred by forty argus-eyed demons of hell, who followed him around. He meant the re porters, and has issued orders to put news paper men out of camp. The citizens of this place provided a camp, straw beds being provided. Thirty-six recruits from Bast Liverpool joined. This town bas a Coxey Club. Nodesoto, Mo., March 29.— Coxey's commonweal army has a detachment in camp here. They arrived last night 105 strong and will leave to-day to j'dn the main army. They form a hard-looking but orderly crowd. Denveb, March 29.— Governor Waite has refused a request to indorse the Coxey movement and issue a call for tbe unem ployed of Denver to march to Washington.' Tacoma. Wash., March 29.— According to the statement of a leading Populist there are in Tacoma and Seattle over 1500 members of the industrial army. Sume time ago a man representing himself as an organizer of this order was in this city, and it is said he gained a large number of recruits. One man, who claims he is a member, says that instructions have been received from headquarters that will start the contingent from the Sound counties toward Washington. The route taken will be over tbe 'Northern Pacific and Great Northern railways. GENERAL FRY MOVES. A Special Train to Take His Soldiers Out of Texas. Dallas. Tex., March 29.— A telegram to the Tiroes-Herald from Sierra Bianca says: A special train of five coaches and two baggage-cars left here at 1 o'clock this morning with General Fry's First Rai ment of the Industrial Army on board. Company Kof the regiment, under Car tain Cunningham, will join the regiment at Valentine, which place they reached day before yesterday. The train is ex pected to reach San Antonio to-night. Dallas, Texas. March 29.— At a meet ing of the Central Industrial Council of Texas, a strong labor organization, held In Dallas to-night, tbe following resolutions were adopted: Resolved, That we heartily commend the ac tion or James s. Hog. in the stand be bas taken in the d-tense of the men known as "Fry's Industrial Army," whom the Southern Pacific has chosen to haul Into the State and dump In tbe heart of an arid desert, there to die of thirst and starvation. Resolved, That we equally heartily condemn tbe action of the company, and denounce it as most Inhuman; that also wr disapprove ofthe editorial In tbe Mlgnus, denouncing the Gov ernor's action as communistic, and as law-abid ing cl izens we consider it ill-timed and un called for. Austin, March Nothing startling has been beard to-day concerning the In dustrial at Sierra Blanca. Reports from that place bave been greatly exag gerated as to numbers, and the men, with tbe possible exception of thirty or forty, are said to be veritable tramps on their annual spring march from tbe Sunny South to the North, where they will re main until next winter. Reliable infor mation received to-day asserts there are not over a dozen men in the whole gang who want work or will work if offered. Sax Antonio, March 29. —General Fry's Industrial Army of 600 men will arrive in this city about 3 o'clock to-morrow morn ing over the Southern Pacific. A crowd of nearly 300 idle men bave been congregated at the depot, and all state they will join Fry. Several of these new recruits have thrown up jobs. CHICAGO PACKERS. An Attempt to Effect a Great Con solidation. • Chicago, Marcb 29. -It is possible that an important consolidation of packing in terests will shortly take place at the Union Stockyards in this city. It is expected the consolidation of certain houses under the name of the Winter National Packing and Provision Company, which has had an existence at least in name for the past two years, will be an actual fact. The original organization was composed of the firms of Hately Brothers, J. H. Hately, Jones & Stiles. John Cndaby & Co. and a few other small houses, and capitalized at 56.000.000. Tbe agreement provided that each concern was to prac tically conduct its own business for three years. The time is now about two-thirds up, and an attempt will be made tt? put the combination in working order. There will be some changes in the membership, Jones and Stiles have pulled out. Nego tiations are now in progress for the pur chase of the Allerton Packing Company. NOW HE IS IN JAIL. A Drummer Led Astray by His Pas sion for Gambling. Kansas City. March 29.— John Bern stein, a traveling salesman for the whole sale jewelry-house of Morris Rupenstein & Bros, of 210 and 212 Madison street, Chicago, arrived In Kansas City early last week and got drunk and lost all his ready cash at faro. He then got a relative who is in business in this city to cash a draft on the house for 5.50, and lost that. Next Bernstein pawned and sold about $1200 worth of samples, getting about $250 for them. He lost that money too, again at the tiger. He was arrested to-day. BETTING IS ILLEGAL. And a Note So Given Cannot Be Col lected. Boston. March 29.— The Supreme Court of Massachusetts decided to-day that a note given in payment of a bet on horse racing is illegal and cannot be collected by process of law. The verdict is in tne case of Ira C. Bride vs. Charles F. Clarke, in which the defendant made a note for 5665 for Dools on a horserace sold in New York. The defense claimed that the con sideration was illegal. Tbe court holds that there was an error in the charge of the presiding Judge at the trial and that the defendant was entitled to a ruling that sueb gambling was illegal in the State of New York. Steal or Starve. Cabthage, Mo., March 29.— Officer J. A. Manuker, just before dawn, discovered a burglar in Smith & Jennings' grocery, and entered the store to arrest him. The burglar ran and the officr crowded him self through a window quickly and fired, killing the fleeing mau, who proved to be John Peterson, a local carpenter, long out of work and stealing to keep his wife and four children from starving. Tarsney Did Not Start. Kansas City. March 29.— Congressman John C. Tarsney and Mrs. Tarsney di_*not start for Washington as tbey expected, and are still at the Coates House. Mrs. Tarsney was taken ill with a lever Tuesday sfter noon. The attending physician thinks she will have recovered sufficiently to re same her journey to-morrow. Medical Association. New York, March 29.— At to-night's ses sion of the Medical Association there were present 7661 members, including physi cians from all parts of the world. Kossuth's Funeral Train. Tbeviso, March 29.— Kossuth's funeral train arrived here at 8:20 and was met by the municipal officers of the clfy and a great crowd assembled at the station. Death of Bishop Reichel. Dublin, March 29.— The Most Rev. Charles Parson, Reichel, D. D.. Protestant Lord Bishop of Meat!., died to-day. "Awarded Highest Honors — World's Fair." *_^^¥_fl^__&*bb * CREAM BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 46 YEARS THE STANDARD. THE MORNING CALL, SAN FRANCISCO, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1894. FRESNO SCANDAL. It Involves a Prominent Politician. Lyle P. Van Doren and His 15- Year-Old Wife by Contract Arrested. Lyle R. Van Doren, bookkeeper aud news paper correspondent, Fresno, and Eula Maud Bearden, a beautiful fifteen-year-old girl, also of Fresno, were arrested at 404 Turk street last nicht by private detectives and locked up In the City Prison. The arresting officers state tbat Van Doren and the girl will be taken back 10 Fresno, and be will be charged wltb the crime of abduction. The girl's father Is A. J. Bearden, a South erner, who bas lived in Fresno for many years. Two weeks ago the girl left home and met Van Doreu at Lathrop, and the two came on to the city together, and have been living at 404 Turk street since then as man and wife. Van Doren told a sensational story to a Calx. reporter. He said: "I _!<■! Eula about a year ago In Fresno, and soon became engaged to her. In September last I came to this city with her and her elder sl«ter Louise for a few days' visit. While here she made a confession to me that simply bonified me. She said that a well - known politician In Fresno had Detraved her four elder sisters ana wheu she was 13 years of age he had alio beiraye . her. She made mv blood boll by the story of the abuses she bad been subjected to, and finished by telling we that If 1 wished to brea i Off our engagement it was belter to do It then than to have me accidentally bear of the scandal afterward and break It off. "But before she bad made this confession to me 1 had received anonymous letters warning me not to marry the girl as sin- was under the power of the man who had led her astray. "On my return to Fresno 1 made her swear to the truth of her story in an affidavit, and with It it 1 applied to the prosecuting attorneys ana Judges Id Fresno to have tbe man brought to account for his crimes, but without effect, and after persistent effort I got the matter taken before the Grand .Jury, but the Jury was squared and the case was thrown out. "I was determined still to pusn the matter, and baa the man arrested, but owing to tbe threats nf her parents and other influences the girl went on the stand and perjured herself and the case was dismissed. "I ihoticht. the only way for me to get her out of his power was to marry ber. and accord ingly we were man ted by contract, which was attested by G. C. Unities, notary public In Fresno. I bad to get married by contract, as the girl was under age and she could no , of course, get her parents' consent. That oc curred on October 31. ".since then and up to March 16 tbls man. notwiibsianding the fact that be knew she and I were married by contract, continued bis Illicit relations witn her at tbe command of ber parents. "She bas begged me plteomly to free her from her tbralldom. aud sent me appealing let ters saying unless sbe was taken away from Fresno sbe would do something desperate, till finally I determined to bi iug her here, and we left Fresno on Marcb 10." Van Doren has a frank, open countenance, and told his story with the greatest earnest ness. He declares be can produce affidavits to prove tbe truth of tils statements and says the girl will corroborate him. Society Notes. The Entre Nous Cotillon Club will give a gei man this evening in Maple Uall at the Palace Hotel. r "\_- Ori ntal Lodge No. 1, Loyal Friends, will give a bonbon party this evening at Alcazar fcocla! Hall. Borromean Council No. 129, Young Men's Institute, will bold an open meeting this even ing at Mission Opera Hall. California Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, will etve a party this evening at Laurel Hall, 32 O'Farrell street. The La Jota Club will give a party this even ing at Dtiveneck's Hall. The California Cycling Club will give an en tertainment -nd dance this evening at Mission Parlor ii all. The Arilngtons will give a stereoptieon picture i arty this evening at Washington Hull. An entertainment and dance will be given at Odd Fellows' Hall this evening for the benefit of the sick fund of Bu na Vista Parlor. No. 88, Native Daughters of th Golden West. A comedy in three acts entitled "Encampment" will De presented. More Straw Bonds. John Clark and George Harris, two Eastern pickpockets wbo were anested receu ly lor robbing supervisor Den man of bis gold watch on a Powell-Street car, were arrested last night by Detectives Gibson and Sllvey on bench war rant, from Judge Belcher's court. They were irl ased on bonds accepted by .lodge Belcher, who says he h is been Imposed upon. The sureties were George J one*. 251 Steven son street, who owns ■ bouse and lot there, and George K. Whit*-, 218 btocKton street, who qualified on real estate m Trinity, Humboldt and Mendocino counties on winch there aio mortgages to tbe value ol §90,000. It was learned that .Mr. Jones did not go on the bouds and that bis name bad been forged. DREAMED OF THE CLEW. The Mother of Susie Martin Hunt- Ing for a Woman. New York. March 29.— Mrs. John Mar tin, the mother of little Susie Martin, who was so cruelly butchered, is doing some detective work on her own account. She had what she believed was a clew yester day, and in following it up did not return home until last night. She says she dreamed the night after the crime was dis covered that Susie, covered with blood, came again and said : "Mamma, — — killed me." Mrs. Martin then remembered that she had, some time ago, had a quarrel with a neighboring woman, and the latter's hus band bad left the place at which be was employed shortly after the discovery of her daughter's body. She was unable to remember the present address of the neighboring family, and since she had the dream she has been go ing all around tbe neighborhood searching for them. Mrs. Martin said that the woman with whom she quarreled had often told others that she would get even with the Martin family. CLAIM THEIR RIGHT. Women of Ohio Believe They Can Vote Now. Cleveland, March 29.— The women of Kent, Ohio, who are in favor of equal suf frage have decided to make a fight for their rights at the polls in the municipal election next Monday. They have taken advice and say they are assured that the constitu tion of Ohio already gives them the right to vote. Dcs Moines. March 29.— The House this afternoon passed the woman suffrage bill, giving women the right to vote for city, town and school ordinances and on the question of issuing bonds. EMPERORS MEET. Francis Joseph and William Still Love Each Other. Abbazia, March 29.— Emperor Francis Joseph was met at tbe railway station by Emperor William. Triumphal arches spanned the streets through wbicb the two Emperors passed, and enormous crowds cheered them as they rode by. After being conducted to the residence prepared for him the Emperor of Austria paid a visit to the Empress of G-rmany and partook of luncheon. The Emperors will take a sail on the German Emperor's yacht, followed later by a brilliant recep tion on board tbe German warship Moltke. CONTINUED THE CONTRACT. Arrangement for the Sale of Distil- leries' Product. New York, March 29.— agreement between the American Distillers and Cattle-feeding Company and the American Distributing Company extends the existing contract to ten years and provides that the distributing company shall exclusively handle the spirits product of the distillers so long as it can obtain the same at the lowest market price. Tue distillers shall abolish operating independent of the dis tributing company in the territory east of Pittsburg and Buffalo. TOWED INTO PORT. The Bark Archer Arrives at Esqui mau. Victoria. B. C. March 29.— The hull of the baik Archer arrived in Esquimau this morning In tow of tbe Pioneer, navlns been righted by the trimming of her ballast before she left the west coast. The boll Is not Injured and scarcely scratched except by wreckage, and the rudder braces were, bioken away. The only boat on board Is a small one in the after port davits. Th- main ___>■! is broken off Aye feet above the deck, the tnlzzenmast below the deck and the foremast twenty feet above the deck. There Is no evidence that the Milp re ceived much heavy butfetlug. The deckhouses and batches are In the same condition as when the ship left port. Th Sheriff was placed In charce of the vessel by tbe Canadian Pacific Navigation Company. SUTHERLAND WILL PEACH. Is Inclined to Think He Has Been Betrayed. New York, March 29— Tbe Herald's Montreal special says: Rennet F.Suther land, tbe fugitive from justice of Graves end, is in this city. The correspondent had an interview with Sutherland, who says he went from New York to Buffalo and thence to Canada. He seems to ft-el that he has been betrayed and seems in clined to tell all he knows. . • Collapse of. a Shaft. Warsaw, March 29.— The shaft of a coal mine at Ko_slew collapsed to- lay causing serious loss of life. Thus far eleven bodies have been recovered and a I number of miners have been carried from ; the mine serioumy injured. Ordered to San Diego. ban jjiego. .>i rcu _..— me coast-defense vessel Momerey has been ordered to San Diego by Secretary of tbe Navy Herbert, in response to an Invitalon of Mayor Carlson, and will probably be here during the Spanish fiestas, April 21 to 24. Glass at F. N.Woods & Co.'s, 51 First street.* YOU CAN HAVE CUBE ICE. That Is the Latest Idea That Will Do Away With the Ice Pick. New Tork World. An ingenious apparatus for tbe manu facture of "cube ice" is an invention re cently exhibited in London. The machine is a simple one, in which blocks of pure artificial ice are placed, emerging in the same but a stronger shape and possessing some peculiar characteristics. When tapped with an ice chisel, or even a penknife, they break up into cubes of convenient size, in stead of shattering into irregular and ill assorted lumps. The invention is of hygienic importance, ton, for tbe machine also stamps i lain on each of the symmetrical cubes the trade mark of the maker. Thus the consumer is protected by this "name-blown-in-the bottle" device, the stamp being a guaran tee of the purity of the article and its origin. The invention has also tbe virtue of economy, as there is no waste from broken ice nnd the cubes are symmetrical and attractive. The Lan< et thus exDlains the invention : "In the course of some experiments Mr. V n der Weyde observed tbat ice at a tem perature below freezing point, when newly A Bowl of Cube Ice. cut and left in contact, adhered so strongly that it would not break in the same place ; whereas, when exposed to a warmer tem perature, it would split at the* originally cut places with great ease; and 60, with this extended knowledge of the interesting Phenomenon of regelation. first brought to light by Faraday, and afterward studied by Tyndall, Mr. Van der Weyde devel oped bis invention as the outcome of its practical application. The phenomenon of regelation is the result of the action of capillary force at the boundaries of the film of water which connects the pieces placed in contact, producing an effect equivalent to attraction between them, just as two plates of clean glass with a film of water between them seem to adhere. "Ice being wet by waier, the boundary of the connecting film is concave, and this concavity implies a diminution of ore-sure in the interior. The film accordingly ex erts upon the ice a pressure less than at mosphere, and as the remote sides of the blocks are exposed to atmospheric pres sure there is a resultant force urging them together and producing stress at the small surface of contact. Melting of the. ice. therefore, occurs at the places of contact and the old thus evolved freezes tbe ad jacent portions or the water film, which, being at less than atmospheric pressure, will begin to freeze at a temperature a little above the normal freezing t>oint. "It Is necessary," says the Lancet, "to allow the block to 'warm' for a short time, so that the 'cement' of ice loses its previ ously tenacious hold upon the small cubes int> which the bl«ck is divided. "Then, after this warming up process, the cubes are as easily seoarated ns pos tage-btamns from a perforated sheet. A sixteen-pound block of lee. for instance, can easily he divided into 512 half-ounce cubes, or a thirty-two-pound block into one ounce cubes." Young Girls' Sensitiveness JEj&H and modesty often Kfe?S puzzle their moth- Jl rl erS and Da^ e the llff^^r^l'^l^r * ought Ml y&& Pinkhanis fm k lfi saves young II |H girls from the ffl B IS danger ? °f. or - IM St- KM4 J. 1_ I Kw£ iH tu rbance. |j K^^i^|?4 su pp ress i° n » K i_S : i_Mil W . etGntlon : or Nature has time for pur- ification. If the channels are obstructed, the entire system is poisoned and misery comes. What will cure the mother will cure the daughter — their organism is the same. V fell ly WeFrSu TCNK MISCELLANEOUS. \_*WG_____?*^__E__W_W*^^!*W^lBB__ i j » I doll- ! j — -^— -— k I '■■-.:■ y. J ,/yy.i-_y\y:- i . ars for an . | • ALL ' I % WOOL \ | Dark Gray j n Business Suit ' l ______ \ AT OUR ! . BIG lAT OUR BIG WATER . AND j ' SMOKE . SALE. I I LYONS & I | FISHER, j 7 1 2-7 14 Market Street, . 5 , 1 Adjoining Ruins Golden Rule Bazaar. . ISB__H_____Ksss__n_Zii___N_S NEW HOUSEHOLD RANGE, Ranges, $10 to $35. Heating Slows,!, to $12 JOHN F.MYERS &GO. 947 Market Street. ]a 5 tt FrMo SPORTINGGOODS! ~~. /_ S__._Et_A.J_sX-, ATHLETIC, c3r"sr3!i_:_xr-A._sixT_VE, FISHING TACKLE. Headquarters for Lawn Tennis Supplies. DON'T FAIL TO GET OUR PRICES. WILL & FINCK CO., 818-820 Market Street. mrl 9 Mo Wel'r I_/\ We sell nearly fonr timet aa -*- much Paine's Celery Compound . T*.C_l •■ of any ether spring medicine, -i - because it fives satisfaction ta J. all who use it. Try a bottle. JOY'S BALDWIN Pharmacy. Corner Market and Powell Sts. _a_9 tf m^mi^mt^mammmm--____<_9_wumrm-_wmK_m__rmmmmm___-tm-__\ T" A ■■ A Bl A Isxatiue refreshing, 8 11 in £._ X fruit k,z, ' s". I 4"S 111 MII very agreeable tv take, for C« »> I I'ATION, 111 II IE II hemorrhoids, bile. in Ba 8 W* M lota of appetlte.gastncand 111. I ■ II Intestinal trouble* and beadaehe arising from them. GUI IM 3* Rue Archives.' Pari* 111 fakllll Sold by all Drugghts. ]a__ Turr am RHEUMATISM ANO GOUT have beep rnoeeßrtullT treated for many yoars In Lurope. by the wonderful remedies of the celebrate- Dr. Laville of Paria. LAVILLE'S LIQUOR quickly and thoroughly rem ores from the system all causes of acute attacks. LAVILLE'S PILLS will permanently cure the most complicated and stab- born of chronic c*« Pamphlets, savin* full inform- itioa, nnnt free by the Agents of the United States, - fOU-EIA 4 C 3„ st) Korth Wllliara Street. N. __ noli rt -6t TRUSTEES' SALE. TN" ACCORDANCE WITH THE TERMS AND X under tbe authority of » certain deed of trust, duly executed by NEW TON not. AN, party of the first part, to HtNKV C. c.MI'HKLL and THADDEUS B. KEM, trustees, parties of the second part, and the SAN KRAN CISCO SAVINUS I'^ION. party of tbe tblrd part, dated June 7, 1888. and recorded in the office of tbe county Re- corder of tbe county of Tniare. Mate of California. In liber 3 of trim deeds, at pages 631 and follow- ing, and In nursuance of a resolution passed on the 23d day uf tebruary, 1894. by the Board of Directors of said SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS I) N lON. a corporation, ana tbe holder of the note (No. 8765), to secure payment of which tbe afore- said deed "f trust was executed, declaring that default had been made In the payment of the principal >ni_ an d other sums, due under said note and deed of trust, and requesting and directing said HENRY C CAMPBELL and THADDU. B. X KM', trustee. , to sell tbe real estate described therein and not heretofore reconveyea, tv satisfy said Indebtedness. We. BKMBY C. CAMPBELL and THADDECS P. X I NT, trustees, do hereby give notice tbat on Tuesday, the 3d day of April, A. D. 1894, at 12 o'clock i_. of tbat day. and at the auction sales- room of EASTON, ELDItIDGE A CO., 638 Market St., In the city and county of San Francisco, State of California, we will sell at public auction, to the Inchest bidder, lor cash In gold com of the United States, all toe pieces or parcels of land situate in tbe county or Tniare. State of California, de- scribed as follows, to wit: According to tbe official plats and system of surveys of the Government of the United States: In township seventeen (17) south, range twenty- seven (27) east. Mount Diablo base and meridian. Of section thirty-four (.<4) the southeast quarter (81 ijiaml the east half of the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter (X \_, of NE Vi <>f SW Vi). containing ouo hundred and eighty (180. acres of laud, together with the appurtenances. TEKMS OF SALE— Cash in rold coin of tbe United States: 10 per cent payable to the under- signed on the tall of tbe hammer, balance on de- livery of deed, and If not so paid, nnless for want of title (10 days being allowed for search), then said 10 per cent to be forfeited, and the saie to be void. Acts of sale at purchaser's expeuse. BR.NRY C. CAMPBELL 1 Trustee THADDF.CS B, KENT. / " stees.5 tees. . mrl 16 20 23 27 30 ap3 - . PAL AC E_ H OTEIL THE PALACE HOTEL OCCUPIES AN EMI IK* bleek Id the center of Sao Franclsc*. It la the medal hotel of the world. Fire and earth quake firoof. Has ulna elsTaters. Every room Is large, Igbt aad airy. The ventilation Is perfect. A bath and closet adjoin every room. All rooms are easy af access from broad, light con -.ore. Tbe central •onrt. illuminated by electric light. its immense lass roor. broad balconies, carriage-way and trop- ical plants are restores bttberte unknown in Amer- ican hotels. Quests entertained on either the Amer- ican or European plan, The restaurant Is tbe finest In the olty. Secure rooms In advance by tele- graphing. THE I'AUCi: HOTE-. Ist San Francisco. CaL ||E£sa__a_==»_ fl fa \4=\ Up** Best Om Br DEWEY & C 0.," >^ 220 Market St., S. F., Cal. mryj tt eoa MISCELLANEOUS. I Beautiful ?* Suburban Lots i One, two and three short blocks from R. R. Depot. Fare to San Francisco only 5 cents by monthly commutation | tickets. Half-hourly trains. 45 minutes to San Francisco. Electric roads to Oak- land, Alameda. Etc . Fruit Vale 1 Station Is the place. Take Oakland local train, I broad gauge. Climate mild, balmy, de- J licious. Fruit Vale has many beautiful . ■ residences and pleasant homes. Our lots I are ready for bui ding. Sewers, gas, and \ water pipes laid. Streets in front of $ property being graded and graveled. If j you haven't been in Fruit Vale lately . you've no idea how it's grown ! ! H Easy Terms : $25 down and $15 per month. Prices of residence lots, $350, , $400, $450, $590 and $600. Business lots, i $650 to $950. The sooner you come, the J I more lots you will have to choose from. , They will not last long at these prices. A SYNDICATE INVESTMENT CO. ffj. Offices at -Fruit fmte Station, and • IVL G4 «£ 65 Chronicle Buildiny. S.F. i _____________^^^^^__________Wa*ai.^^^m mrlO tf «■ -. §t and W'f'% Menu* pot trie Ho ad Electro . is now nnder construe" *g to *&* * UnC °MX J* o *"* *° te .u_», nut don t w*« vi luerapidb. _ e^ter e6toon . -.oderatept^ n^dtaS^? . y level lots, long. Tbey^ Ilco1 lc0 n"* ?°* drawn oy Just now we can cars l»* ?J mont _. L, SOO !«** ol ™ ._ 5 down and «1« v -^a 2>£«* T S» » d " wsh mrll tf '""" '$% kkkk~kkk-k-k*kkkkkkkkkkkir _\f Imp) * %. & £ * i Greatly Reduced Prices. * |$40T0$75PerAcre| * TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASERS. * ■J -Jc kc RAKCHO DE NOVATO, comprising*: J 5000 acres at Kovato, Marin County, Cal., kt * on line of S. P. »nd N. P. Ry. (Donohue *k J broad-jau^e) 26 miles from San Francisco. kc J This property has been subdivided into acre kc * tracts and email ranches Of from 10 to 200 J J acres; any desired size. The land varies 2 J from low hills to rich bottoms, and is per- J J fectly adapted to growing olives, prunes, J J peaches, grapes and all kinds of fruit, grain kt J and vegetables. Unlimited market in city J J for produce; both rail and water transport J J tation from th property to San Francisco. J J Low freight and fares. Town of Novato, J J railroad station, hotel, Ftores, first-class J J graded school, postoffice and express offices, J J meat market, etc. , all on the property. J I Call on or address J $ SYNDICATE INVESTMENT CO. * *k 64 and 65 Chronicle Building. * W A k*kiririr'k'kieirir*kkk;'kiiitit'ki r *k^r leltl Weak Men and Women CHOULD USE wAMIANA BITTEKS, THE k- great Mexican Remedy; gives Health and Strength to the Sexual Organs. ja2 cod tt AMUSEMENTS. BUCK TAYLOR'S WILD WEST, Halgbt-st. grounds-Stanyan and Waller sts. OPEN'S SATURDAY, MARCH 31, AFTERNOON AND EVENING. Realistic Production of Frontier Life, By over 100 performers, including A BAND OF SIOUX INDIANS, The greatest or warriors. COWBOYS, MEXICANS, Daring Elders, Crack Shots, Over 100 Horses and a Herd of Buffaloes. BUCK TAYLOR, Late Lieutenant and Master of Ceremonies for ' Buffalo Bill. POPULAR PRICES. mr24 tt MECHANICS' PAVILION, Corner Larkln aud Grove streets. MT!!RALICE~SKATIi\GriIM! Open Mornings, Afternoons and Evenings. | POLO CONTEST, PYTD A I SOPHOMORE vs. CA I t\_Jt\ I FRESHMAN CLASS OF STATE I UNIVERSITY. ADMISSION, 25c. CHILDREN, 10c. I Every Morning and Thursday After- noons for Ladies and their Escorts only. SESSIONS I Tuesday and Friday Afternoons for I Festina Lento Skating Club excin- I siveiy. •'_ BAY" DISTRICT TRACK. RACES gl^lgsl^ RACES CALIFORNIA JOCKEY CLUB. Ist OF JANUARY TILL FURTHER NOTICE. RACING EVERY TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRI- DAY AND SATURDAY. - R-A.I2ST ORSHINB. FIVE OR MORE RACES EACH DAY. tST Races start at '2 r. v, sham. McAllisteraad Geary street cars pass the gates. deal tf BOMLEAR'S FLOOR WAX PUXVERIZi-D -'OR L»A ■ CI NO MOORS. All reai'7. Anybouy can apply it. The best thing for the purpose, and will not soil the gar- ments. Tbe floor must oe clean and free from oil. Sprinkle ana tbe dancers do the rest. But up in pound packages. 60 cents per lb. . For sale by SICK & CO., 9 and 11 Front St., San Francisco f e2O 3m cod •, AMUSEMENTS. COURT DIRECTOR FRITZ SCHEEL. metropolitaFtemple, METROPOLITAN TEMPLE, TO-NIQHT ! TO-NIGHT! __xri__xr _?J3L Symphonic and Popular Concert LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN'S SEVENTH SYMPHONIE! Admission SOc: Reserved Seats 75c, at Sher- man, Clay <__ Co.'s. _ METROPOLITAN TEMPLE. SUNDAY, APRIL, 1, 11 A. M., Grand Sacred Concert! Entirely New Ecclesiastical Programme- KAISER FRANZJOSEPH HALL MONDAY EVENING, APRIL i, In response to hundreds of requests, and In honor of the Birthday of the Iron Chancellor, PRINCE BISMARCK, repetition of the phenomenal suc- cess of the WARRIORS' NIGHT Tnesday Evening, April X— WAGNER NIGHT. Wednesday and Tlinrsdav Ev'gs, April 4 and 5 SAN FRANCISCO COMPOSERS' NIGHT. Only compositions of local talent will be pro- duced. Composers are Invited to leave manu- scripts at Sherman, Clay * Co. 's Music-Store not later than Saturday evening, March 31. JIONDAS". April First appearance in San . r-ucl.co— El" <.__>__ SAN DOW, the Perfect Man. The Marvelous JORDAN FAMILY. BALDWIN THEATER. AL BATMAN CO .Lessees and Managers LAST 3 NIGHTS OF FREDERICK . LOUIS WARDE JAMES and Matinee To-morrow. Jllill^ l.rAAli _r t a_ffir el g e h ,t IDAMOMW PYTHIAS EXTRA— NEXT WEEK— Monday, April 2 CONRIED'S FERENGZY COMIC OPERA COMPANY. The Largest and Most Complete Comic Opera Organization now before the public, present- ing for the entire first week the great success. Carl Zeller's Charming Operetta. - -• ' ■ i ' THE TYROLEAN (Der Vogelhaendler), As produced for over 100 nights in New York. ';",;:_? SEATS NOW READY . . ; CALIFORNIA THEATER. Al Batman A Co , Lessees J. J. ii lob .......Manager THE POPULAR FAVORITE, Roland REED In the Amusing Comedy, INNOCENT AS A LAMB. ONE CONTINUOUS ROUND OF LAUGHTER. EVERY NIGHT. MATINEE SATURDAY. STOCKWELL'S THEATER. Handsomest Theater In San Francisco. J. P. HOWE Manager EVERY MIGHT AND SATURDAY MATINEE. the stage sensation of the season! house packed to the doors i thousands tukned aw at! THE BLACK CROOK. The Spectacular Success of Thirty Years. Beautiful Ballets. Premieres Leontlne and Sar- acco. French Qu drllie Dancers. Children's Quadrille, Tbe Bowery Ballet, The Brothers Rlxrord, March of the Amazons, Powerful Cast. SOME OF THE FEATURES: Scenes of Indescribable Sple__tior and Realism! Gorgeous Costumes, Armors and Illuminations. Produced in the same artistic manner as in New York one year, Boston 200 nights. Chit ago 150 nights. Popnlar Prices— 2sc, 50c, 75c and $1.00. MOROSCO'S GRAND OPERA-HOUSE, Mission street, near Third. WALTER MOROSCO..SoIe Proprietor and Lessee HARRY MOROSCO Business Manager Monday l.reninc. March 26, Opened The Handsomest Family Theater in the World! On which occasion tbe Greatest of Military Dramas, YOUTH! Was presented on a scale of magnificence never before attempted In San _■ rancisco. . . 3000 PIOPLE TCRNKD AWAY 3000 150 AUXILIARIES ON THE STAGE. ISO 20 (Pieces) M LITAKY BAND. 20 19 IJUPOi.TED COMPANY. 11. PRICES-Parquet and Dress Circle, 25c: Orches- tra, SOc: Mezzanine Boxes, $1: Proscenium Boxes Extra. Family Circle aud Gallery, 10c. Seats now on sale from 9 __. m. to 10 p. it. H_B_M_ta_B__«__«__B__l__B__M_B____ KRELING Bl.ua froprietors and Managers TO-^ICHT ! Welcome! _BB__B_ga__B___BP ■wclv.umci "PULL 'EM DOWN. CHRISTY I" The World _ Greatest L_ui_li->la_;er, Donnelly and Miller's Nautical Farcical opera, SHIP AHOY? im_wm_mMMBam_w_w_m_w_wm The Cyclonic Success of Last Season. 42 CONSECUTIVE NIGHTS LAST SEASON ! Monday, Apkii. _ / 60th— Performance:— 60th LOOK OUT X Pkbfobuance— soth Popular Prices— 2sc and 5Qc. TIYOLI OPERA-HOUSE. : FRIDAY, MARCH 30, AT 3 F. M. FIFTH SYMPHONY CONCERT, Under the direction of MR. AuOLPH BAUER. Mr. Slgmund Beel Violin Soloist, Trombone Quartet. ..Messrs. Pruefer. Stross, Scbulz and Schelnei raris 2t SuFr O'Farrell st., bet. Stockton and Powell. San Francisco's Great Music-Hall. TO-NIGHT (Wednesday)— Direct from Europe, the Weltenberg Troupe; the greatest sensational gymnasts on earth. Mario and Dunham; the l.iuifers, Emily Peare, Bros. Dale, Martlnetti. Da row and Lorella. Sherman ana Morrlssey; last 7 nights of the Great Diana; continued success of the perfect man, Sandowe. Saturday and Sunday Matinees. Evening Prices— Reserved Seats 25c, Balcony 10c. Orchestra Chairs and Box Seats 50c. . . MACDONODGH THEATER.— (OAKLAND.) To-night (Friday)— Last Night M. B. Leavltt's Grand Spectacular Production, SPIDER AND FLY. Secnre yonr seats. Prices, 25c. SOc. 75c, $1. 28 3 MACDONODGH THEATER (OAKLAND). ONE .WEEK, BEGINNING MONDAY NEXT, FREDERICK— The Tragedians— ~\X~ j*-__=___s fa and a~__-_VE£_.€l In Six Sumptuous cenic .Productions. Monday, "Virglnlus": Tues., "Francesca da Rimini": Wed., 'Julius Caesar";' Thurs. Evng. and Sut Matinee, •'Lion's Mouth": Fri., -'Damon and Pythias"; Sat. Evne.. "Othello." Choice Seats and Boxes Now on Sale. Pbices— Lower floor. 91. $1 60; Balcony, 60c. 75c, 91: Gallery, 25c. Matinee. 25c, SOc. 75c, fL, mr_!B tt 7