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MKS. KOhJhSCRAM'Z'S DEED. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
MKS. KOhJhSCRAM'Z'S DEED. An Action Began to Have the Superior Court Declare It Void. A trust deed executed by ' the late Betsy Kosencrantz, who died about a year ago, is likely to bo the cause of long litigation In the Superior Court. There is quite a story attached thereto. Mrs. Kosencrantz lelt an estate valued at 8150,000, and it was bequeathed .to : her children, to be held in trust, however, by Moses hehg and Moses Kosencrantz under certain conditions. It appears that upon the subject of religion Mrs. Kosencrantz held very decided opinions, she having been brought up in the strict orthodox Jewish faith. Among the provisos of the deed was one that if any of her children married outside of the Jewish faith they were not to receive anything from her estate. lier son Isadora was to receive $5, and since the deed was executed, one of the daughters. Came, has married a Christian, thus cutting herself off with lsadore from any benefit under the trust. '■■ Jjador and Carrie, whose mar...
Important Art Sale. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
Important Art Sale. The well-known firm of __&gt;. &amp; o. (jump are making very elaborate preparations foiilielt art sale at Irvine Hall, commencing Wednesday evening. April 16tli. The reception or Monday evening, April l-ltU, should attract the elite or the city. We understand the Hall is Delug especially decorated for the occasion, and the combination of pictures, flowers and music should tend to remove the formality generally attending an exhibition ol Ihls character. • 'Tills will be Uie first opportunity the public have had to examine this kuperb collection thoroughly, as tliey have not bad the proper banning lighl-S etc. The .Messrs. Guiiid have endeavored to make the private view equal tv every respect lo any L'asiei n loan exhibitions. We trust that noons receiving au invitation will miss the opportunity ot attending this exhibition and sale, as it will be the most Important art event of the year. The sail- will be conducted by Louderback Bros, of | Chicago...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
I „To the Readers of lhe_s^?i: ' - | j BEWARE OF FRAUD. | — ♦♦ — 1 Some unscrupulous persons are selling an imitation 1 I of the celebrated Carlsbad Sprudel Salt. The follow- 8 ing circular has therefore been issued by the city of* Carlsbad: I ■ The genuine Carlsbad Salt is largely imitated by jj unscrupulous parties in the United States. To protect \ the public and the medical profession from such im- \ position, we hereby caution every one to be sure to . obtain the genuine article, w.hich is put up in round bottles only, and has the signature of Eisner &amp; Mendelson Co., New York, Sole Agents for the United States, on every bottle and on the outside cartoon. The genuine article is SOld Only in rOUnd ! bottles. Each. bottle comes in a paper cartoon. iAll others are worthless imitations. /^St^ Attestefl: Sggss^£y Mayor of the City of Carlsbad. M^rriS^ Loebel Schottlaender, Sole Lessee of The Sprin3S at Carlsbad. EISNER &amp; MENDELSON CO., Sole Agents for U.S., rr...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
— MISCELLANEOUS. / / Yon now have an opportunity to\\ . / /buy a building lot in tie geographical V / /heart of the city, and directly on the\\ / /line of the cable extension, for »100 to\ \ I I*4oo. accoralng to size and location 1 I I Those who desire to pay cash may do so I I IThose who prefer can pay #15 down and'/ I \ I*ls each month until paid for with II \\ interest at bank rates, 7 per cent per// \\annum. These lots are now within // \ \ a stone's throw of tbe Valencia- // V\ street cable-cars and the// Mission -street horse- 7// XX^carliuo, vtlileit'^y/ //is soon to be changed to a cable\\ /and also directly on the line of the\\ / /Howard-street cable " extension. Th«\\ / /locality Is rapidly building up. It I*\ \ I [perfectly healthy, and there Is no saud.j 1 I The view Is superb, embracing a pano-l I I Irama of the whole city and the bay,/ I V While in the distance the high Sierras,/ / \\wlth their snow-capped summits.//. \\eomplete a grand and beautiful// \\ picture. The...
STAGES STOPPED. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
STAGES STOPPED. Two Gangs Levy Tribute on the Mails and Express. in Unarmed Passenger Who Refused to Be Bobbed. Be Successfully " Bluffs " the Highwaymen. The Forest Hill Box Rifled of Letters. A Father's Wrath. Special by the California Associated Press. Sacramento, April Yesterday afternoon the stage from Michigan Bluff to Auburn was held up ono mile and a half from the latter place by two masked men. The passengers were ordered out and all robbed but one, William Muir of Micbigan Bluff, who defied the robbers, although unarmed. One robber had a shotgun and the other a pistol. The latter became cowed when Muir advanced on the man with a shotgun, daring him to shoot, and trembled so that he dropped the pistol. The man with the gun declined to rob Muir, and allowed the stage to proceed. The robbers broke open one express-box, which had ouly letters, and did not molest the other, which was empty. Gordon Cowan, the proprietor of tbe line, was driving. 'Hie man with the gun threatened ...
SACRAMENTO. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
SACRAMENTO. Tin Marshall Monument— Street-Car Accident. Pardons by the Governor. Sacramento, April B.— The Marshall Monument Commissioners held a meeting here to-day to make final arrangements for unveiling the statue erected by the State at Coima, over the grave of J. W. Marshall, the discoverer of gold. It was decided to have the unveiling take place on Saturday, May 3d. At that lime the country will be at its finest and the Grand Parlor, X. S. O. Vi'., will adjourn at Cbico on May 2d. That evening delegates from every part of the Stale could come to Sacramento and the next morning take an excursion train for Plaeerville, thence te Coima, nine miles distant. The Sacramento Pioneers will attend aud probably the New England Society of Calitoruia Pioneers, who will then be here. This morniug John Bufore, a car-driver, while boarding a street-car missed the step and his leg went under the car. One wheel passed over it near the ankle, crushing it badly. At a meeting of the State Librar...
FitfcfcNO. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
FitfcfcNO. Movement to Extend the City Limits— Ths Ice Company at Work. Fresno, April B.— An Eastern syndicate recently purchased two sections near Fresno for $125 per acre and will plant the whole tract in vines at once. A movement is on foot to have all the additions included in tbe city corporation. A mass-meeting of addition-residents is to be held on Thursday night, at which favorable action is expected to be taken. This will add several thousand to the city's population and a large increase of taxable property. These additions are included in the boundaries of the Fresno School District and they helped to build the Fresno schoolhouse and yet it is only by sufferance that tbeir children can attend the schools in the cily. A company with 820,000 capital has been formed lor the manufacture of ice. Work on a plant of five tons a day capacity was begun to-day. The Kings River Storage and Irrigation Company have filed articles of incorporation with the Secretary oi State. Moore &...
BAN DIEGO. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
BAN DIEGO. Action for Slander— Chinese Entering the Country Through Mexico. San Diego, April B.— Miss Laura F. Preston of Pcrris to-day brought a civil action for 820,000 damages against Sarah F. •nd Edward Fry for slander and defamation of character. Miss Preston and the Pry family are prominent In Perris social circles. The charges on which the complaint is based are to the effect that Sarah F. Fry and her husband, at divers and sundry times, made allegations ou the character oi the plaintiff. - Word was to-day received from Tia Jasna that six Mongolians were observed last night about two miles south oi that l lace heading for the United States. They went up the river six or seven miles and crossed in the dark unobserved. They have not been captured.
MUNICIPAL! ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
MUNICIPAL! ELECTION. A -Ron-Partisan Ticket Chosen at Eugene ■'..-■ City, Oregon. Eugene, April B.— At the annual municipal election in .yesterday 550 votes were cast. Political lines were not drawn, and never have been in municipal elections bere since the town was incorporated, twenty-eight years ago. . For Uouncllmen the candidates were nil new men, and received the following vote: William Preston (Rep.), who was on all the tickets, 540; F. W. Osburu, present Democratic Postmaster, 423; G. P. Griffin, 306; E. C. Smith. 243. The first three were elected. B. F. burns (Dem.) was re-elected Recorder by 463 votes to 77 lor E. P. Henderson (Rep.), who was cot a candidate. John C. Gray (Rep.) was re-elected Treasurer by 553.
CHARGE OP MANSLAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
CHARGE OP MANSLAUGHTER. -Paul £. Miller on Trial for Shooting a Friend il in Colusa. Colusa, April The trial of Paul E. Miller, charged . with manslaughter, for having killed Robert McMartin, at Maxwell, September 20th, was begun _■ in the Superior Court to-day. - A Jury was secured and - the taking of evidence commenced. It will be remembered that McMartin, when dying, exonerated tbe defendant, who was also acquitted at tbe - preliminary examination. . Defendant and deceased were warm friends and it was plainly shown that the shooting was accidental. McMartin had a friend who caused the charge to be made.
M'NAIiliY WHIPPED. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
M'NAIiliY WHIPPED. The Montana Kid Wins an Easy Fight in Sao Jose. San Jose, April B.— A large crowd was In attendance at the fight between the Montana Kid and Thomas McNally before the San Jose Athletic Association to-night. There were two preliminary set-tos. Dan Hawkins and John Joel], feather-weights of |San Francisco, fought eight rounds for points. Both are good men. Hawkins was knocked down by a La Blanche swing in the fourth, lie wou a shower of silver at the finish. Jack Hurley of San Francisco failed to knock out Billy Devereaux of San Jose in four rounds. Hurley was thirty pounds heavier. He wants to fight Kagau. M. 11. Smith of the California Athletic Club was chosen referee for the main event, •nd Jones of the Golden Gate Club timer. Egan weighed 158 aud McNally 150 pounds. In the first round Egan led on his opponent's ribs. A light exchange followed, In the second Egan led for the heart, and McNally countered on his jaw. The exchange was even. In the third and fourth r...
ON THE WAIIPAItt [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
ON THE WAIIPAItt An Enraged Parent Hunting for a Young Scoundrel. Dixon, April B.— John Sterling, a young man, attempted to assault a six-year-old daughter of John Siebcr, a fanner living six miles west of this place, Sunday, but was frightened away and escaped under cover of darkness. Sieber is frantic with rage, and beaded a search party armed with double-barreled shotguns and tlueateus to kill Sterling on sight. The officers think they have located their man nt Winters. lie will be brought here for identification. Stirling had been in the employ of Sieber for some time aud his unusual attentions to tho child created suspicion.
SEATTLE , [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
SEATTLE , Sericus Stabbing Affray— Heavy Purchase of City Real Estate. Seattle, April B.— Last night William Ray was stabbed and seriously injured by a man named Johnson, a bar-tender at the Acme suloon, at Ballars, in this county. Kay was drinking at tlie bar and the two men became encaged in a quarrel, with the result that Johnson struck him over tho head with a bottle, and followed up the assault by plunging a knife into his side. The wound may prove fatal. Johnson ls in custody. This afternoon Lawrence McMicken sold to the South Seattle Laud Company 3000 acres of land near the city, the consideration being $600,000. It is rumored that the purchase was made in the interest of the Union Pacific.
WASHINGTON LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
WASHINGTON LEGISLATION. Bills to B. -Returned Unsigned to the Secretary of State, Olympia, April B.— On Thursday, April 10th, the time expires for Governor Terry to veto bills passed by the recent Legislature. The Senate act providing for bridging navigable streams outside the line of navigable waters is to be returned unsigned to the Secretary of State. The specific objections thereto have not yet been made known. The Senate act granting the right of way to railroad companies over lauds belonging to the State will take the same course.