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THE DAILY RECORD-UNION..')
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/^Weather Probabilities. '
Wabhixstok, January Cth Midnight.—
1 tions for Pacific coast regions : Clear weathsr, ex
cept in the northern region. . ■
\I:VVSTI'?EMEKrT MEimOB.
Red Cross to night.
Tnion Lodge, F. & A. M., to-night.
Owosso Tribe tonight.
Grand Army BalL
Military Orders.
Strayed -"BirJie."
Strayed —Bay marc.
Ruction Sale.
Crowell li Cuverly.
Business Advertisements.
Hunt's remedy.
To Let— Furuiehcd rooms.
.1. Hunan, Jr., watchmaker and jeweler.
Bat inonJ t Allen, attorneys atlaw.
I'i'.neiT Liv>.ry Stable, K. D. Scriver, pruprietor.
Western Hi>tel, Wm. Land, proprietor.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.
Drop Letters. — Notwithstanding the
careful and explicit rates for postage pub
lished by the Poatoffice Department, and
also by the office in this city, people still
persist in porting drop letters with only one
cent postage ujxin them. The law upon this
subject is as follows: "Ou local, or drop
letters, at offices where free delivery by car
riers is established, two cents for each half
ounce or fraction thereof." This city having
the free delivery syHtem, all drop letters of
not exceeding one-half ounce in weight re
quires two cents postage, and any mailed
having less than that amount are required by
regulations of the Postoffice Department to
be forwarded to the Dead .Letter Office.
Printed circulars inclosed in unsealed envel
opeß require only one cent potitaxe, but many
seem to suppose that letters also mailed in
unsealed envelopes will be allowed to pass
through the mail for one cent. lhis U a
mistake, and should be remembered, as un
sealed written letters require the same lite
of postage us if sealed, and even printed < ir
culars having any writing upon them or so
marked as to convey any other or furthei in
formation than is conveyed by the original
print (except the correction of mere typo
graphical errors) subjects them to letter races
of postage, even if unsealed.
Merchandise Report. — The f. How In
freight for Sacramento passed Ogden Jam, iry
3d: For Henry Benham, 1 box personal ef
fect* ; W. B. Arnold, 1 box drugs ; C. P. R.
R. Co., 25 bundles of car-seat springs ; W.
R. Strong, 12 sacks grass seeds ; Weidniann
& Hromada, 38 bags nuts ; R. Stone &. Co.,
2 cases of copper rivets, 2 ca«es saddlery
hardware ; Holman, Stanton & Co., 4 boxes
hardware, 2 cafes bolts ; Baker & Hamilton,
1 box hardware, 1 bale of wire rope ; S. Mp
man k Co., 1 box corsets ; Booth & Co., 1
case of stationery ; Julius Strutz, 2 ban-els
whisky ; Ebner Bros., 2 barrels whi-ky ;
limitington, Hopkins & Co., 53 cases handles;
Mrs. H. H. Paulk, 1 box household goods;
Ben Cohen, 3 boxes oilcloth ; H. Fisher, B
bags nuts ; Lindley & Co., 3 boxes tobacco ;
A. Meister, 1 bundle wheels, 2 bundles shafts,
1 bundle buggy poles. 1 wagon gear, 1 bundle
springs, 1 bundle axles, 1 crate neck yokes, 4
bundles steel tires; C. H. Gilman, 1 case
boots and shoes; A. J. Vermilya, 3 boxes
coffins, 1 box ditsa goods, 1 box cud hooks.
Society Notes. — District Deputy T. W.
Sheehau last night installed the officers of
Sacramento Lodge, No. 80, A. O. U. W., ac
cording to the list heretofore published. V.
F. Carnduff, of Wheatland, Grand Lecturer
of the Order, paid the same Lodge an official
visit aud delivered a lecture of instruction.
The Lodge elected J. M. Henderson and J.
F. r.tn.sworth as delegates to the Gr.ind
Lodge, which incuts at Sacramento on the 3d
of February. . . .The following officer* of Sac
ramento Lodge, No. 11, K. of P., were duly
installed Monday evening by District Deputy
P. C. George lioyne: P. C, E. B. Osier; C.
C, G. H. .Smith ; V. C, J. S. Ntewmaris ;
Prelate, J. H. Johnston ; M. of E., H. V in
ter* ; M. of '•'•, A. B. Cheney ; K. of R. and
S., J. C. (lirf..rd; -M. at A., \V. Kelly; 1.
G., J. T. Keepers ; O. G., H. Morris.
New Residences*.— Slate Treasurer Weil
is building a tine residence on L street, second
lot east of Teuth, and facing the C ; ito]
grounds, at a cost of about 94,500. He ex
pects to occupy it about the Ist of April. Mr*.
Mear is also building a handsome residence
on the corner lot a.ij iuinj, which is to cc*t
about $4,000. Several fine building* have
been erected in the vicinity of the Uapitel
grounds the past year, aud preparations arc
being made for the construction of others
during the coming season.
Sewer to be Bf ilt.— At a special meet
ine of the Board of City Trustee:; yesterday
proposal* were received for constructing a
sewer in the alley between H aud I. Thir
teenth and Fourteenth streets, and the con
tract for doing the work was awarded to
William Suarr at 32 cents per lineal toot for
8-inch ironstone pipe, 21 cents for 9-inch, 40
cents each for connections, §34 for each
manhole, 55 cents per load for earth.
Death or an Old Sacrahentan.— l a the
appropriate place in this m-rnin^'s X; cord-
Union will be found the announr sment of the
death of Sanford E. Herrick, in San Fran
cisco, who w;ls an old resident of Sacramento,
doing bu«in?ss for many years "on Front
street with the late L. F. Reed, under the
firm name of Reed & Herrick, and was well
known here nt that time.
Meeting of the Bar.— The members of
the Bar held a meeting yesterday for the pur
pose of adopting a code of rules for t!,e gov
ernment of the Superior Courts. AH discus
sion was iuformal, and the committee hereto
fore appointed, cousistinn of attorneys Hay
mond, Jono", AnOfctrODK, Catlin and Mo-
KTUM, was grres until Saturday to prepare
a final report.
Personal. — Railroad Commissioner Cone
and family came down from Red Bluff yes
terday. J. K. (rook* and wife, of Beuieia,
and Newton Sewell, of Marvsvi'.le, were in
the city yesterday. Calvin Eilgerton, of SU
kiyou, is in the city, and also Captain Cham
berlain, Company Q, S;ia,FranciiJCO.
Boaro of Supervisors.— The Board wa3
in session yesterday, but transacted no busi
ness of importance. The Committee on
Roads and Bridge*, Messrs. Christy, Bailey
and Beckley, were absent at Tyler Island for
th« purpose of inspecting the ferry at that
place, the roads, etc. ■ >■■>•
Joint Session op Legislature.— The two
houses of the Legislature meet at 12 o'clock
' to-day in joint convention to canvass the re
turns" for Governor and Lieutenant-Governor.
This being merely a matter of form in th«
„. present instance, it will probably not attract
"" much interest.
Military Escort.— W. A. Ander
son, W. I. Wallace and K. F. Wiemeyer, of
General ClHnie's staff, are detailed to receive
the visiting military companies to take part in
the inaugural ceremonies, and attend to their
escort to quarters by the ffnt Battalion of
Infantry.
FuHGHT Movements.— car load of
; hides, 1 of wood, 1 of merchandise were for
warded to the East yesterday. One car of
wine, 1 of wood, 1 of merchandise, and 1 of
sundries were received here.
Fcbsituhk Sale.— Friday next, at
10:30 a. ; m., [ Ctowell & Caverlywill sell at
auction the furniture in the lodging boom of
Mrs. PotnaXD, on Fourth street, over Uebitz
& Green's saloon. > .
At Half-Mast.— The flag on the car re
pair shop was at half-mast yesterday, in re
spect to the memory of John Walsh, a
former employe of that department, who
died on Monday. £/>**?
Carpr Sale.— At the salesroom of M. J.
Simmons, J street,' between Fourth and
Fifth, will ba sold at 10:30 A. M. to-day a
large lot of carpeU aud inatUng from the
fjtate CapitoL »-. /
Bond Filed.— £. Johnstone yester
day filed hin bond as Justice oi the Peace for
American Township, in the sum of 52.500.
with Charles, Robin Terry McMorry
as sureties, j
COKSTBI-CTIOK of I Sidewalk.— The «Me
walk from I ami Second streeU to the uew
depot ii being built.
; Covet Rm>BTER.-ACjn J. Daris hM bee n
, p £™ted C?urt Jfeportff f«r SacnwwnU.
pouoty.
THE CITY RAILROAD WAR.
Dead Lock Between the Trustees
and Eailway Company. ;
ALL CARS WITHDRAWN FROM THE ROAD.
Terms Upon Which the O Street Road
was Built— Citizens Propose to
Compel the Company . to ! Comply
with the Terms of their Contract.
The interest and excitement in reference to
the pending contest between the Board of
City Trustees and the people upon one side,
and the City Railway Company on the other,
was not in the least abated yesterday, but as
sumed a more determined form of compulsion
and resistance between the parties.
The railway company have not run any
cars since Monday evening upon either the (
H, or O street lines, and apparently have
adopted this course as a measure of retaliation
for the unanimous sentiment of the people
against ithe handed procedure of the
company. While this course may tend to
the inconvenience of some who would patron
ize the cars if running, it certainly will win
no friends' nor c ympathy for the company, nor
for the position it has assumed.
: YenUrrday morning the railway company,
accompanied by Creed Haymond as its coun
sel, called upon the Baard of Trustees with a
view to effecting a compromise, but the Board
of Trustees refused to ',"rai>t any concessions.
I'pjn a statement of the matter by the
Board, Mr. Pritehard's counsel advised him
to pay tie r.qaired assessmeLt for the
Second street improvement, and parties
present clfersd to loan him the amount neoes
sary to* do go. tHe dtclined," . however, ito
yield from his position, but it was under
stood last evening that the money would be
paid this morning. The amount due is about
$1,000, upon the payment of which, together
with making some Blight repairs alonp the
track on Second street, all difference between
the company and Board, as to that portion
of the line, will be settled, and the running
of cars as usual probably" resumed.
: If such settlement should be effected in re
gard to the Second street portion of the con
troversy, the Board would undoubtedly with
draw its requirement upon the company to
make repairs alone; its former track' on Front
street. This, however, has no connection
with the matter of the attempted abandon
ment and removal of the O street line be
tween Tenth, Third and X streets.
The feeling of the citizens in regard
to this "outrage,'" as it is commonly
styled, only increases by the discussion in re
gard to it, and the controversy has become
formulated into., action on the ' part of the
leading business men and property owners of
Che city, looking to such process as shall com
pel the railway company to specific perform
ance of the contract under which the com
pany obtained from the property-owners
along the route the money to build the O
street line.
It is stated by the leading subscribers to
this fund that in 1875, when the project of
building a line out O street had been much
talked of by the owners of the H street rail
way and nearly abandoned, the convenience
that such a road would be to the residents
along its proposed route induced the property
owners along 0 and Third streets and thereto
adjacent to subscribe the necessary amount
to secure the building of the road.
As an instance, Mrs. E/ B. Crocker
subscribed and paid $2,000 to secure the con
venieuce of having the street cars run imme
diately past her door to the central and
business portion of the town. Many other.*,
with the same purpose in view, subscribed iv
various sums of §1,000 and under, and paid
their full subscription, with which money the
0 street line >«as built. With a view
to securing the people along the
line against any possible contin
gency in the future which might
deprive the subscribers from the full benefit
of a local street railway, a most carefully
drawn contract was prepared and made a
condition of the subscription, binding the
company to construct, maintain and operate
the entire length of tlit| line, from X street
to 0 on Third, and thence on 0 to Twen
tieth, and even specified that 24 trips should
he made |>er day over the entire length of the
line, or failing to do so to pay back the sub
scriptioD. Upon application to T. J. Clunie,
whu was subsequently attorney for the rail
road company, the original contract was
found in his possession, and which is as fol
lows :
This agreement, made and entered into this lf»th
day of April, ill the year 1875, by and between the
Saeramemo City Hallway Company, a enrporation
formed and doing business inthecity of BterunsntO,
in the Mato of California, party of the firs', part, and
the undersigned persons, wIIOK names are hereto
subscribed, jjarties of the second part, wimesseth :
That, whereas, the party of the tirst part has pro
posed to build a street railway, aud to operate the
same, over the route and mam.cr hereinafter spec
ific.l, whenever ISO shares of slock shall haTe been
subscribed by persons interested in having sa d road
built and operated ;
And, whereas, we, the said parties of the second
part, are desirous of haviutr said road built and op
erated ;
How, therefore, we do agree, that, in considera
tion of the agreement, and in fu'.tillment of the con
ditions hereinafter named, we will pay to said
corporation, party of the first part, the sum set op
p -it. our respective signatures at the time herein
after specirted, to wit :
We will pay said sums in gold coin, or in real es
tate in said city, at its actual cash value, on demand
as follows t Ten per cent, upon commencement of
the work, and the balance as soon as said corpora
tion shall have built, a*d placed in good running
order, a si rett railway with all necessary turn-outs,
as follows: Said railway shall commence at X and
Third streets, in said c ty of Sacramento ; it shall
run thence, on Third to O, thence on 0 to Twentieth
street, thence on Twentieth to P street.
The said corporation agrees that, as Boon as the
amount "f $18,000 is subscribed to this agreement by
responsible persons, it will proceed to construct a
street railway over and al«ng the street as hereinbe
fore designated, with necessary turn-outs, and will
st"«k the same in good running order ; and that
when any of the subscribers shall have paid thtir
subscriptions hereto, said corporation will deliver to
him in paid up stock of said corporation, an amount
equivalent to such subscription.
And said corporation agrees that it will operats
and maintain said railway when constructed, and
will place good and c.imfortable cars thereon, and
will make not less than twenty four trips per day
over the entire length "f said road.
And, if s:iid corporation shall fail to keep up and
operate said road, or to make said twenty-four trips
per day over the whole length thereof, uiilc s pre
vented by accident, or in making repairs to the read
bed, or other cause Deyond its control, it will, on
demand, pay to each ■nMaribar the amount paid by
him, on his "offering to surrender the stock delivered
to him by saiu corporation, in pursuance of this
agreement.
In witness whereof, the parties hereto have here
unto i*ub.-cribtd thtrir ti;iincs. the party of the Brut
pan, by authority of its Board of Director*.
Dated this l.'.th day of April. A. D. 1875.
SACKX.MENTO CIl'Y RAILWAY COMPANY.
ISeal.l By S. L. DREW, PresideuU
X. N. Hk.vto.s, Secretary.
J. W. lUchmond, 10 shares, $1,000 ; J. F. Rich
inlson, 10 shares, $1,000; M.M.Udell, a shares,
$500; Robert Millen, S shares, $300 ; Robert Will
ianwm. 3 share*, $300 : VV. K. Chamberlain. 3 shartu,
$300; Frederick Cux, 10 shares, $1,00; George F.
Bronner, 3shares, £300; Thos. J. Clunie, 12 pharos,
51,200; John H. Staven, 1 share, 4100 ; S. C. Den
son, S shares, $300 ; Mrs. E. B. Crocker, 20 shares,
$2,000; Albert Gatlatin. 10 shares, $1,000 C. H.
CtunmingK, 3 shares, S3OO ; J. M. Mattison, 6 shares,
$500 ; Lyon A Barnes, 5 shares, $''00 ; W. E. Terry,
10 shares, £1,000 ; B. W. Qua, 2 shares, *200 ; Ro<it,
Neilson k Co., 2 shares, $200 ; Drisc"]! & Neilson, 1
share, $100; Fouutain Bros., 6 shares, IjSOO ; Mrs.
Jlary N. Scudder (per Deuel). 5 shares, *500 ; W. F.
Frazer, 3 shares, $300 ; H. Winters, 2 shares, S200;
N. V. Hatch, 1 hhare, $100 ; I. T. Pike, 2 shares,
$2CO; Georjje W. Younp, 1 share, $100; Thorn is .1.
Ballou, 1 share, $100; \V. I>. Goodell, 1 share, 8100;
K. Frey, 1 share, $100 ; A. Johnson, 1 share, $1.0;
John li. WUaon, 1 sVare, $100; L. Phillips, 1 share,
$100; A. Hirt, 1 share, 00; R. L*vy, 1 share.
$100 ; J. K. Ray, 1 share, $109 ; A. T Nelson, 1
share, $100 ; R.> .crt Gardner, 1 share, $100; R. H.
Pi-uil, 1 share, $100 ; P. L. Hick man, 1 share, $100 ;
Stephen Smith, 3 shares, $300 J W. R. S. Fo>e, 1
share, $100; Joseph Baily, 1 thare, $100 : Johu lk-1!
--mer i. Co., 3 sh»rc^, £300 ; John P. Oilman. 1 share,
$100; Jacob Mouaet, 1 share, $100; 8. L. Richards,
1 share, SIOO ; Goo O. Bates, 2 shares, $200 ; J. <".
Lodlie, 1 sliare, *10O; R. W. I^«i«, 1 share, $100 ;
S. J. 4J. M. Jackson, 1 share, §100; R E. Oogillgs,
i 2 shares, JiOO; Mrs. E. E. Bri^-s, 1 share, $100: A.
: Brewer. 1 share, $160 ; P A. Miller, 1 share,' $100 ;
i Philip Hera.>£, 1 share. 8100 ; John C. In.', 2 shares,
$■200; Win. Gntenberjjer, 2 shares, «-00 ; John
Batcher, 1 share, $100; A G. Van Tine, 1 fhire.
$100; J. F. W. Maitr, i shares, *20o; J. H. Sul-
Uvan, 1 share, $100;. E. B. M'tt. Jr.. 1 shai-e, $li>0;
8. W. Butler, 2 shar t s, ISW ;A. Heilbron & Bp)S.,
2 riiar $200; Hamton Whittika-, 1 share, Sl' 0 ;
M. F. Odell, 1 share, #l"0; John 1). BreckenMd. 1
share, *100; Adams, MeNeill Co., 1 share, *100
This plainly shows the ground upon which
these subscriptions were made, aud In view
of which efforts are now being put forth to
compel the railroad company to relay its
track over the abandoned portion between
j Tenth and Third and Third and X ttreeto,
, and contimi? to operate the entire length of
the road as required by the above. - •''■->-
• To ' thiß end a petition addressed to the
.Board of Tni.-teti>, Kciting the case and ask
ing thier action, was drawn »p yesterday af
ternoon and is being numerously signed by
the leading citizens, and which is as follows :
To the Honorabl* Board of Trustees of the City
of Sacramento— We, the uodersiimed, respectfully
represent to yonr honorable Board that whereas,
the citizens of this city contributed by liberal sub
scriptions to construct a street railway from X
street, alomr Third street to O, and thence up O
street to Eleventh street, expecting that said road
would be operated in £»od faith for the convenience
of the public ; and whereas, since said road has
come Into the control of W. L. Pritcbaxd the same
has been operated without any regard to the con*
Tenience'cf the public; and whereas, the sa : il
Pritchard has taken up the rails and proposes to
abandon said road, and thereby defraud the per
sons who contributed to ' the construction of the
game of all the moneys inrested th- rein, and to de
prive the pnblie of the advantapei thereof; that
■aiJ Pritchard lij his conduct h»« forfeited the pood
opinion <>f all respectable people, and i» entirely un
w»rvt>/ i>f the patfvnajre of the oommvait/. W*
i therefore petition your honorable Board to vacate
j all franchises granted to said Pritchard and his as
! sociatcs which yonr Board may have the power to
| vacate, and alrso to require«the strictest observance
by said Pritchard of all ordinances of the city con
cerning sail railway and the keeping of streets in
repair ou all roads operated by him, and that such
charters be (panted Ui other persona as shall secure
the construction of railways for the accommodation
of the public.
Mrs. E. B. Crocker, per C. F. Dillman, W. R. S.
Fuye, Albert Gallatin, W. E. Tern-, K. Williamson,
L. S.Taylor, C. H. Cumming*, Frank Miller, E. R.
Crocker, J.<seph Steffens, G. V. Chesley, W. P.
Coltman, Kobtrt Ham Iton, J. H. Carroll, Samuel
Jelly, Herman Wachhorst Locke & Lavenson, L. L.
Lewis, Philip Herzoj, J. McGuire, O. P. Goodhue,
John Stevaoa, Lvon & Barnes, E. I. Kobinson, M. M.
Odell, W. E. Chamberlain, N. V. Hatch, George
Gee, Geors.'e M. Young, J. G. Vantine, and many
others.
It is understood that the question whether
the present railroad company can be com
pelled to pay back these subscriptions in ac
cordance with the above contract is about to
be tested in the Courts, unless the abandoned
portion of the road is restored and maintained.
Mr. Piitchard a few years since puichaaed a
controlling interest in the city railways, and
subsequently bought a mortgage against it for
f omewhat upwards of $45,000. He af terwardij,
as it is stated, placed this mortgage in the
I hands of the Capital Saving Bank of this
city, to secure overdrafts to the amount of
some seven or eight thousand dollars. This
mortgage has been recently foreclosed by the
Capital Savings Bank, for the al
leged purpose of obtaining the amount due
the bauk (not to exceed §10,000, iu
cluding costs of foreclosure and sale), and the
railroad with all appurtenances and property
belonging to the company sold by the Sheriff
and purchased by J. 1* Orcutt, for the
amount due upon the face of the mortgage —
amounting to some forty-five or forty-eight
thousand dollars. It is now stated that Mr.
Orcutt has since transferred his title thus
obtained to the road to R. S. Carey,
of the Capital Savings Bank. The fact of
this l:i>t transfer has led the stockholders
who were frozen out by the foreclosure of the
mortgage to suspicion that the whole transac
tion of foreclosure and sale was really a legal
cover in favor of Mr. Prichard, and they are
already taking steps to set aside the entire
proceedings.
Kkmgious Meeting. — There was an in
creased attendance at the Union prayer
meeting held yesterday. Another will be
held this forenoon at the same place — Metho
dist Episcopal Church Sotuh, between 11 and
12 o'clock, in charge of Rev. l'r. Frost. Sub
ject—Prayer for the Church of God ; that all
who rule and teach in the Church, with evan
gelists and missionaries in all laudsfciiay be
tilled with the Holy Ghost ; that believers
may be strengthened in faith and love, drawn
to one another, kept in unity and mutual af
fection, enriched with knowledge and sound
doctrine, preserved from the spirit of the
world, and conformed to the blessed God.
That those especially who are suffering from
infirmity, sickness, anxiety and losses, and
from persecution for Christ's sake, may be
comforted and delivered.— [Eph. iv. 11-15 ;
Eph. v. 17-30 ; Rom. xii. L, 2 ; Col. iii. 14-21 ;
Phil. ii. 12-16.
Literary Society. — A correspondent at
Dry Creek writes the following : One of the
most enjoyable entertainments that have ever
excited the interest of the unusually sociable
people of Dry Creek, was given in the Union
and Center School-house, twelve miles north
of Sacramento, on New Year's night. The
entertainment consisted of an exhibition,
sapper and dance, given under the auspices
of the Dry Creek Debating Society and Lit
erary Institute, for the benefit of the above
school-house. This society, though but re
cently organized, has begun a good work.
Its officers are : President, P. Dippel ; Vice-
President, F. Cha=e ; Secretary, Miss Lizzie
Driver ; Treasurer, W. Gould. All are in
vited to attend its meetings, which occur on
Saturday evenings.
Arrest of Fitzgerald. — On a complaint
sworn to by Mrs. Hamilton, of Folsom, Con
stable Kimball, or that town, came down
yesterday and arrested W. H. Fitzgerald, not
entirely unknown in this city, on a charge of
obtaining money urnler false pretenses? The
complainant alleges that Fitzgerald repre
sented to her that he was agent of an insur
ance company and received from her §23 85
to insnre her property ; that he never was
such agent, and that he has never furnished
her with any policy. The defendant went to
Folsom for trial.
Biulli \nt Wedding. — At St. Rose Church
last evening, by Rev. Father Scanlan, John
Egan, a young man well and favorably known
in the city as a telegraph operator, and Annie
E. K-j.ui were uuiteii in marriage. A large
and fashionable assemblage were present, in
cluding several members of the Legislature,
friends of bride and groom. After the cere
mony the party proceeded to the residence of
J. A. Burke, Sutterville, where the recep
tion was held.
Mosey Counted. — Several clerks were en
gaged nearly a day in counting the money in
the State Treasury upon vacation by the for
mer Treasurer and induction of Mr. Weil.
The amount on hand was found to be correct,
being $559,085 49. There was at the same
time due against the State for interest on
bonds $68,872 50, leaving an actual balance
in the Treasury of $490,812 99.
Arrested for Burglary. — Officer Woods
yesterday arrested Ralph Johnson for having
burglarized a house on Fourth street, be
tween X and L, some time since, stealing
therefrom some blankets and an overcoat,
which he was found wearing. In this con
nection a request has been, made for a state
ment that the individual arrested is not the
barber of that name.
Police Court. — In the Police Court yeE
terday Thomas Murray's case of petit larceny
was dismissed for want of prosecution ; Sung
Wo was fined §32 50 for petit larceny ; Johu
Welch's case ot disturbing the peace went
over till the 12th ; Ah You was convicted of
petit larceny and sent to the County Jail for
150 days.
Unable to Accept. — N. B. Rideout, of
Marysville, having been mentioned in these
columns ac a probable appointee to a position
upon the Board of Prison Directors, states
that he was not an aspirant for the position,
and has not sought it, nor could he accept
the honor if tender him.
Arrests.— The following arrests were made
by the police yesterday : Asa P. Andrews,
for disturbing the peace, by officer Valen
tine ; Ralph Johnson, for burglary, by officer
Woods ; M. Norris, for petit larceny, by of
ficer Winy ; Wm. Jones, healthy beggar, by
officer Valen'.ine.
Grand Army Ball.— A frrand ball will be
given at Turner Hall, on Friday evening,
January 16th, by Sumner Post, No. 3, (i. A.
EL, fo.r the bene6t of their cemetery fuml.
Refreshments will be served by the ladies of
St. Paul's Guild.
Inaugcration.— The inauguration of the
Governor and Lieutenant-Governor will take
place at the Capitol to-morrow, probably at
12 o'clock. Quite extensive preparations are
l>eing made for a military demonstration on
the occasion.
Taken Below.— The Chinaman who was
arre»ted a few days since for having un
stamped matches, was taken to San Fran
ci-co yesterday by a Deputy United States
Marshal.
tATAL Result.— John Plumtner, brother
of O. Plumtrier, of this county, who was
fo.ricken with paralysis the other day in
Woodland, died Monday.
Paid to the State —The Harbor Com
missioners paid yesterday to the State the
turn of $21,735 75, in settlement for the
month of December.
Beiso Repaired.— The ?a« fistnrfg for
li.-hti!!^' the rotunda of the Capitol, which
have been in bad order for come time past,
are being rt paired.
Axother Storm Pkkoictei>.— Be prepared
for it by buying L>i;g-leg JSati..i,al rubber
booti at_S4per pair, at the I X L. Stc**.
Dun't bn'y any other mak". ' *
Ob. Lyon's Tooth Tablets.— Children are
delighted with them. ; '" ; *
, BANKINQ HOUSES. •
NATIONAL GOLD BANK
f|F D. O. . HILLS & CO., SACRAMENTO.
EDGAR MILLS i:.>.:. .PresMcnL
W. E. CHAMBRRLAIN..-.. Vice President.
FRANK M1LLER............ Ca«bier.
UNITED STATE* : DEPOSITART.
■ \CIIANGK OH
Sew Tark. l.«ml.>n. Unl.lln. Berlla, ParJ*,
Ami all tbe [iri'C pal dtiea of Europe.
Ex ■liantre od San Franaaoo at 80 cents per $1,000.
.-..: . ■ .-■■■-, ■<■.:-. dlltf * 3 ~ ..■■■■-■ - .
PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK.
OF SACRAMENTO.
Cap1U1.... ........................ »s«e,r*. i
DIRECTORS: - . .l -
Wll. JOIIHSTO*, -. ;" =.E. J. CItOLT,
. Wll. R. Ksishts, : ' "Joh^ L. Hrnrrnoß, ■•.-.,
- YE.C. Arenraoii,,.:: ' ; '' Bamith, GOTTUSB. ■'
WU. BKCKMAlT.....:..'::...:;.....:r..Prerideiit |
WM. F. HUNTOOM..-....:..8«r«Ury aad Caaoler.
di-lmlp
I GROCERS. T
PEARL BAKING POWDERS.
■ ■.-. it Given ir any iliim or any In-
JurloiiM Suii-liiii<-cs can be found In
this Powder.
THE PEARL BAKING POWDER IS ] ABSO-
" lutely pure, made from the pure Grape Cream
Tartar. The cans containing the ■ Pearl ■ are the
largest. Therefore, in 16 ounces of Pearl Bakinz
Powder there are more teaspoonf uls than i 1A ounces
of any other Powder in m iket, consep^ieatly- the
most economical to use.' * -. ».
We take pleasure, in recommending the, Pearl
Baking Powder to the Trale, believing it to be the
BEST in marktt, Strictly Pure and Full Weight.- --;
CAUTION.— Never buy the Pearl in bulk, as the
genuine is sold only in cans.
"Ol'K TASTE" EXTBA . SM.AK ( I UII»
;r '- " - • -' nAMS. :;■•.;,;. |;':;^
After some delay, we are again prepared to fill
orders for these cc ebrattd HAMS.
v ..- — -v t * \ r . - .'
tS" ORDERS BOLICITKD FROM TIIR rEADK ONLY,
HAUL. LUHRS CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, '
Corner ot Third and Katreetg. Baenunento
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
TUB
Grand , Hotel .^ Property :
SITUATED ON THE UORNEK OF FRONT
and X streets, Sacramento city, directly op
posite the steamboat landincy and near the railrcar
depot. The best location in the city for a hote
and business property. Will be Bold lo*w, with favor-
able terms as to payments, or leased for a term o'
years at a low rental. Inquire of E. C ADWALADER,
No. 61 J street, Sacramento ; or 8. P. DEWEY, No
308 Pine street, San Francisco. W >d223pU .'
IMPORTANT TO DEALERS
800 HEX 1 " EB-i* :^ 6 '" :^"
JEW nr^k gTa -BCW 2SL
AND
aLASSWARE!
ii .'.•)"/•■•«'»»; ..:..: ; '..?.. ■.. • / M?^Vii'« '
:^-" >L: ;' ;: •■ •■•" :- ■;; u*iu :
•i' ,«• ;■; j ,-- , ;-,t«»iflttstaei ;■ i"wv;al
•■-: •■ ' , : ,V^-- ■•.••■■ - ■ -^;":-v . ■ ■■ ■ .-■>;■ ri.tvi s
»-:vtf;aAjJF-ia • :. . . — . . ... -...stf-v. > -j t ; i-,,-"
!H .. a'..:- •■■ ::• . „:■.:;-?.: >:v! A - ■ .
'.■:- . ■■■ : . ' ,- . ;■ ■ - : • ;,
'■"•■,'.'(- ~. ........ ■■■.*:■'■.■'
We have now over 400 Crates of Charles Meakin's Celebrated
J white GRANITE WARE! I
On .the way from Liverpool, and will be able to sapply|the Trade with
a full .line of our "Derby" pattern, whioh > is acknowledged by those
who have handled the same to be the most saleable of a&y style
ever imported.
The cost of this fine pattern is no more. than other dealers
charge for common Auction Goods, and the finish is equal to any
French China.
ji^* We will also receive for the Spring Trade a new line of
GLASSWARE,
And, as heretofore, will obligate ourselves to duplicate bills at and
less than San Francisco prices, not charging for Packages, Dray-
age, Etc., Etc.
Thanking tha Trade for past favors, and soliciting a con-
tinuance of the same, we are truly yours,
ACKERMAN & CO.,
SO*. f,?fl A\n 611 .1 STREET, A\n 92> A\D 01% «F.VF.\TH STKE*T, HWRIWFSTO.
_: ■ ■ : ..
S. J. NATHAN & CO.,
LEADINa GLGTJHIERS,
No 3. 301, 303, 305 X st., Northeast cor. Third, Sacramento.
g/KSp Look Out H3|
FOR——
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
014 3ptf
COA.L! i 1 IjSIJCm1 jSlJCm !
.. "H»PPV SIEW tea«.to avlv BfT cam WE be HAPPY WHIIR WE ake
Fli».»/I <- COIJtf I>OVV DO IT, KIT CALL AT THE «A« It tniMO ICE A.\D <«Al
(MTUTI DEPOT, SOB. 9* • AM* »}« FOIttTII -TK K.T. BETfTEEV I IMI J, AND
SET THE BEST BBAXBS OF PAX, EGG, SEATTLE, WELLINGTON, WEST HAKTLEI
AMP l»\t:V COAL , CHEAPEB Til > E^T.g. "• ■ \
Jelly, Je^weler,
J STREET. BETWEEN FOURTH AND FIFTH (SOUTH SIDE),
—HAS—
THE MOST ELEGANT DISPLAY
— or —
Q-oods in the Gity.^
j QBOCBRS. j
• MACKEREL!
£3T We are just . in . receipt of our second ship-
• mentof "i -J- -«.*.■!-. '.', :. ...
. TABLE MACKEREL,
(IS TINS.) iV
Packed and selected for us by MESSRS. PEW 4
SON, Gloucester, Mass. This is the best brand of
j MACKERELrin this market, and will weigh from
9 10 to 25 per cent, more than other braudi now sold
: here. Guaranteed to contain from 5 to 0 lbs' of
I Choice Fish, with HEADS and TAILS TAKES OFF
% ' Another shipment now dua. 7*
. -"- In addition to the above, we are in receipt of :
; n; Car-load Wlnslow'* WeTr Com.
Lin- lliinl'« Dime Wuggrtß.
r Lurlllard's '■ Dos Tail."
"• '- Evan* Brog.' Breakfast Bacon.
' ;..;; UuiiMiiiin A l». " norsesboe Navy.'* (
J Jv j/H EASTERN BROOMS? 0
100 DOZEN ST. LOUIS BROOMS (now due).
J , r* . . -•■ } . . » <r » ■
• IS" All the above and everything else in the
1 Grocery line for sale to the Trade at the lowest rates
i ftfJJArt ..O'i-v. -Via >'<■■:-*: -.'// .Y/ veCJm^Vi ;•
i.iHri>i,Eir Sb 00.,
IMPORTERS,
1 Son. 44, 46 and 48 X si. . gaeramento, Cal.
j />;U DIVIDEND I NOTICE.
.(•v-'/.Jt! :< .I'C-n i.. .it !. f if4;)'!
SAN FRANCISCO SWINGS UNION, 522
I >J California street, corner Webb. For the half
year ending with December SI, 1879, a dividend has
been declared at t the rate of six and tenths
(6 6-10) pei cent, per annum on Term Uepositf, and
five and one-half (5 1-2) per cent, per annum on Or-
dinary Deposits, free ot Federal Tax, payable On
and after Thursday, January 15, 1880.
' / d3l-2wis&swja;-lt ; LOVELL WHITE, Cashier. .
" I lIKEFORTERS. : ' T i
We have received during the last week from the
i East, via Central Pacific Railroad, the following
t \ NEW GOODS :
. Cailc-U"* Standard Extract Lemon.. 4,8
V,, if and 10 oz. •v» j,. ; '• \;
CJlllcU'i llonblr Extract Lemon. .2, 4 and 6
Kirinii at Bobbins' Boned '■ Chicken.
Kelly's Celebrated K-.j Went Cigar*.
Bouquet Concbas.
Pumarlecas Conchas,
' ticorgles' Extra Selected Codfish.
' . CeorKlett* Boneless Coiinsh. .s and 40 B> boxes
: Kew Zanle Currants. U £^'.
PaceN Tin Tas- 1 . .^:T.?. . . .K6 and It inch Twist
Pace* "C... 6and 12 inch Twist
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powders (all sizes).
■ - *"~ ~ ~~~
Ex Ship Sam Watts :
KENTUCKY, DEXTER AND KENTON COUNTY
BOURBON WHISKIES.
•i % t&vi \t I?- t- *■ •■ ■ v v % nifi
[^W CHOICE KOLL BITTEK. -El
Adams, McleiE . & Co.,
*4 1 , [.
..I? WHOLESALE I.KO< EICS. ;i
J ; >-
91. 93 and 95 front Street, Sacramento.
ft x l ' »\ . c
Si" rsifo~\ *S -I
■ s WS, tit } fh •
ill J3L ifj
3 IS ■ » SJ*3^ . Qj Pn :
W I J - fl fie h wa |
;i.JOi.
rl eti ~ fgjt*" JT/ 1 -, 1 — f T I
njiS'N Si!'
rj,a=l ;•■ |h|: y- M £
9 ™ *• - s ~^'?j^&s& ■'"' ' r i ■
MW> E !
8 is y w ;
WHITTIEB, FULLER CO.,
NO. 28 X STREET, SACRAMENTO,
fl'fiATTf* ?(.':,•■.'" vi"i;«
4 >-* j ; 'OR ORLEANS BUILDING, ', "
,i .),^ S c: il5 {*»\J '"■ ',• »J * •
MANUFACTFRF.BS AND IHPOBTEBS
. f PAINTS, DOORS, \.
OILS, WINDOWS,
> '■ GLASS, ' BLINDS,
MIRRORS, CORD, Si • •
'-. .PICTURES, • SASH WEIGHTS,
FRAMES, WALL PAPER,
I MOLDINGS, SPONGES, ETC.
PIONEER WHITE LEAD.
f3T The Price for this superior article HAS AGAIN
BEEN REDUCED, and it is now the cheapest and
best PURE WHITE LEAD in this country.
:■ • ■
ALSO,
FOR JCV>JC« J^l JL ,
The changes having been completed, the
ORLEANS LODCINC-HOUSE
Containing SIXTY ROOMS, is now ready to be
leased.
K3T These rooms are centrally located ;/^v
have been repainted and papered ; can be Mjijl
oonnected with a lar^'C diDingr-room on streetJEJalL
floor of building, and arc desirable for anyone wihh-
ing to permanently lqcate such a business in a first-
class locality.
AUCTIONS. . "
AXJCTtOIff SALE
OF
Carpets and Rope Matting
FROM THE STATE CAPITOL.
M. J. SIMMONS A CO.......AFCTIONEEBS
WILL BXLL ON
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1880,
At 10:30 o'c!ock sharp,
At salesroom, No. 412 J street, between F.iurth and
Fifth.
1.300 jrards of Bope Matting and - ""
3 0 yards »r BrnssrlH Cnrpets.
From the Senate and Assembly Chambers.
t3T The above is a rare opportunity for hotel and
saloon keepers, as the matting isali in good condi-
tion, fcale positive and without reserve.
M. J. SIMMONS & Co., Auctioneers, 412 J street.
j;ls td ->.;>-«;.•
iiint'^-r i*-. ' ■■■■/■mil-
'-■■■l .oo ' y *
1 "» 111 - 'to - . .
rv '■*■'*- "-
-— 3^ .
" BCO 13 -;f Kill
3cd s H * 1 '
■ F iv © I ° ' h ° • -T
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; |H?c3ipp||BS |
M Z W "f Br f. -
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'j. I l^- •■" ■-■-23 JJ •
-SACRAMENTO CITY BONDS.
THE 6OM MISSION ERS OF THE FUNDED
J_ Debt Sinking Fund of the city of Sacramento
hereby give notice that there will be in said fund
*15,r00, in £<>Id and silver coin, applicable to
the purchase of outstanding city bonds funded
under Acts of 1358 and 1864, and they wi!l receive
sealed croposals until 10 o'clodc of the 19th day of
.lAXUARV, 18-0, for the surrender of such bonds,
with all past due coupons removed ther from. No
bids higher than 35 cents on the dollar will he con-
sidered. The Board reserves the right to reject any
or all bids. Addrt-s, ■" r ri-d Debt Commis-
sioners. Sacramento city.' Cal."..<» - -■-
H. O. BEATTY.)
■'-._ J. D. LORD, > Commissioners. ■
;. . >_::<■ JQ. BhOW.V, }
'. 'December 19, -IS7i».S- v "- ■ dM3plin
DIVIDEND NOTICE.
THE DIRECTORS ■ OF THE PEOPLE'S SAY-
I ings Bank hare declared a dividend for the
Ulf year ending December 31, 1579, at the rate of
s v-n (7) per cent, per annum to stockholders ; and
o ordinary deposits, payable on and after the- 10th
[njt „...,. WM. F. HUNTOON, Canhler.
Sa«r»ment», Jfanmry 6, 1*79. 18.C.] ■• Jas-l«r
_ ,■«. .v 'x ,; /.;*; .-.' '■•."■' v- ' ' ■-"..■'.- ■''■■.-■•-.-'■•■ ■■•■■•
3ST O T I d 3E !
Office of JAMES I. FELTER €0., No. Front street,
V. SACBAMENTO, BEIWEEK X AND L. ' '
_3T All persons Indebted to the o!d flrm of WILCOX, FELTER k CO., will please remit to us, who
I are alone authorized to collect. " Thaukinsr all for past patronage, we solicit j onr funher orders, which
' will be promptly filled, and shippe . free of druyuge as heretofore. ■
;..; JA>lt> I. lt.1.111! at l«, lnipoctcr» and Whulosi.io Liquor Dealer*.
. Sacramento, January 3, 1880. ;;-;■•' ..>........ „...> .-„..-.... ja3-tf
' tS" This prepara- ' . - -~r=. _r _ _ --» ful run in the East.
kss L 1 vVIV °^ " ■ t"feoSArv F !
is having a wonder- :■•■.•..:■;. |TKAUE 3IAKK.] • FECTIONS.
. IS- A NEW AND ALMOST CERTAIN CURE FOR CONSUMPTION. A' d«UcSou» cordial and a
splendid appetizer. Sold by all Leadioe Druggists and Grocers. „. .
vH'm ■ GEORGE W. chesley, sole AGENT,
So. SI Front Street, between J and li. Aaeramemo
VICTOR NOISELESS SLATES
"■;'<•. "..,-O '>. •,'.''. , . . THE , CHEAPEST AND BEST. . ,^ ''', ,, : '. ,
SEE- s. ; cx&oc?:k:es:e& &s 00.,
.\OS. 43 AXW 4* J STREET. 5ACRAME!<T0..:..V..:......'..m:. SOLE AtiF.\TS
iTHrWACHHORST,
Crold aid Silver latches, Diamonds and Jewelry.
' ';."_;[■[■ ':': ' tS" THE leadikg < jeweles OF sacuahckto. *_i
LARGEST Stock/ greatest variety ! finest GOODS/ lowest PRICES
■■■ fiT In daily receipt of New Goods, direct from the factories, hence all my customers receive tha
benefit of buying from first hands. .— — — — —
jg^Sign ; of ; the Town Clock, gk
a_>_S Ml. 3IS J STKF.F.T. BET. THlltli A\l» FOI KTII. S K'K ArIK>TO. P^'.^i
-„.•.-.:■ .... - cCB 3ptf ; • '; •. . ...,
Nicori, The Tailor,
- ran* 1- i '._, - •■ (branch or new vouk,) ..>■,•■ • ■
NO. < 618 J STREET, BETWEEN SIXTH AND SEVENTH.
Pants to Order from $5. Suits to Order from $•><).
, S3T perfect fit guaranteed. -a
fiT Largest ami finest stock in the city. NO CHINESE EMPLOYED. .Being our own importers
fov sixty stores, we are able to sell cheaper than other Tailors. . . • .
ifficoiiii, "JCIECJES tailok,
VO. 618 .1 STREET. BETWEE.%' SIXTH AND SEVENTH SACRAMENTO.
$3T Samples and Rules for Self-Measurement Bent FREE to any address. dlB-3rlm
. , Order your -work done -with. C. T. Raynolds
& Co's StandardVarnish.es and Superfine Coach
Colors. These Varnishes and Colors are in
use in all the principal Coach and Car Shops
throughout the United States, and are every-
-where recognized as the best for all Fine Work.
■ '• — •• :
■■«3T.C.-T. Rayno'ds & Co's Varnishes are now manufac-
tured expressly for this market, to suit the peculiarities
of climate
ECONOMY IS WEALTH!
DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKINC POWDER
IS a i-i ki: <;kai'E ACID I'ltl IMItATIO.V.
AND IS CHEAPER FOR THE CONSUMER THAN THE ADULTERATED KIXDS.
tW Beware or Baking Powders «'<>nl;i'iiini: Alum; tlirv arc InjnrinnH to ullh.
■ d24-3plmc dWFM -.
AMUSEMENTS.
COMPLIMENTARY
xxxx\xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
jj IHAUGUEAL BALL ! jj
X ■ :.''- x
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IK nOKOR OF

HON. GEORGE G. PERKINS
(80VRRS0B-ELICT),
The Incoming State Officers,
AHD
;
MEMBERS OF THE 1 1 t.l»1. 1 II ICI .
TO BB lIBOD AT TUB
STATU CAPITOI>,
TUESDAY, JAN. 13, 1880.
ja3-tf
SALE. OF BEER !
froh THK BT. LOUI3 " RKPUBLICAK," Novembers,
. 1879:
LARGE BEER SALES.
IST The official returns to the Revenue Depart-
ment, for the year ending Nevcmber Ist, show the
enonnouc quantity of .
100,905
B AXtXeJESXiS
■ .'■"■', ',-.*"'■'■'" .■'■-■■_.;•.-''■■■' ■ .
' ._ —of—— ,
LAGER BEER
HOLD BY THK '
Anheascr<£ Buseh Brewery.
Ttie AgcnU for thin coast are
XC 17 JBC Xa 3EZ jEC O SS.,
NO. 622 MONTGOMERY STREET,
SIX i;umi«((».
JAMES I. FELTER & CO.,
No. 73 Front strccl, Sacramento, Apcnte.
■ -..:■ dlO-2mW&sjg .-.' , . -
SWEETS ER & A LSI P.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS, i
<i<i'.:irj f'u lll lr inn! C«mmU(lomer of Dc«d*.
Real Estate Bouirht and Sold on Comminioc.
" % XdTHouses rented and rents collected.
Amenta for the following Insurance Companies :
HI'KKIAL of Londor,
LONDON ...........;. .....;..of Lonaor
SOUTHERN.... ...............o Londoc
SJUEEN ..........of Liverpool I
WORTH BRITISH MERCANTILE i }£"„ wSJ 1
ETNA..... ......of Hartford, Com .
; ACKretcate rapltal. <*.-.!.: ifi.KM.
I PT No. 47 Fourth street, between } and X, Ste
| ram into, comer of thealler. d23-lptf
I-
ROCK CAYE_RYE WHISKY!
' JUST RECEIVED BY— ; '-..':!
WILCOX, POWEES CO.:
t Twenty five bb!» ROCK CAVE RYE WHISKY, three minmer* old ; 10 bbli MELLWOOD WHISKY, two
•urameni old ; 10 \ pkzs HareU Jt Cn.'i COGNAC, from bor.d ; 10 i pkf( 8. asd B. Black Bwaa
OIN, from bond. Al«o. Ope iLO PORT atd SHEKRY, for family om. 'I'Z _^
gar On hand iren»r«l asuortment oftCHAMPAC>ES. CLAKtIB, et«., and ProptUtem c4 tb«O«aoU«
C*'«bntcd WILD CHERRY TONIC. - - ".- *>«**■<-:. .'■,. .^ - tr .-i ' - • _ll___
' WUCWX, roWUD * t«F. |02-3plm). ....»•. MC X »TUEKT.
MISCELLMEOUS.
SELLING OFF!
Retiring from Business !
I WILL OFFER MY ENTIRE _
Stock, at COST, consisting of
Table and Pocket Cutlery I'carl.C?^ _^-^^SS
Ivory, Leather and Gilt Opera, o*=^£2i-- J*
Fi. Id and Spy Glasnes; Fire- sT'' \
arms. W lkiiiKt'uiica, Metiwhaum illf"n»1
U<jod9, Smokers' Article?, Archery OuiUw, and a
Variety of Useful and Fancy Goods.
C. A. D. GRAY,
JfO. 319 X Slreit, bel. Hi. ill and Fourth,
SACRAMENTO. d!5-3plnf
f v ~ J/s /?/?
d3-3mWBM'»
jr. <»- DAVIS,
T\EALER IN FINE FURNITURF ■ 4- _^^ r «
Of tun Bcription. >Km»JP
.Vo. 411 H htrtet, bet. toiirlh and Flllli.
dlB-3|-.lm
IVIONEYTO LOAN
IN »l >l« OF jsio.ooo and I Mll.Jt,
CPON APPROVED REAL ESTATE SECURITY,
BT TIIB
SACRAMENTO BANK.
di:<l»-tf
SHERBURN & SMITH.
.A.iictioneersj
Vo. s: k alrert, htt. Third and Foorih.
SECONO-HANO FURNITURE BOUCHT AND SOU.
tit' Large stock on hand, for iu!c cheap for cash
_ . . ili--H|ilir i
-
The Beat «-llole Kajgc _, -.
IN th« WOULD is "^tfetS?^'^^^ '
THERICHMOSJI
muun ■ -S^S^Ei^iVi.
L. L. LEWIS A CO., f^Sr^'^^^O
IS* a 134 J Htrcct. J --=^JS-.7i??f.'*>*--
GHIGKERING&SONS !
5^ FZA.I^'OS Z
to. l*<i J Street....*. KarramCDMt
New Warerocm* Ko. 31 Post itreet,
dechmnics' lontitutc bail Jin/ .H*n I? . Ascieu.
L. K. HAMMER,
SOLX AQENT FOR THE PACIFIC COAST.
. Pianos sold on Installments, if oesfred, and foe
rent. Old iii«trumentg ttken in exchnnjre for n. w.
Q*lfr«fnr>iinini?(»rpfiill»aU'"ii<l«l to. d'2o-lplm
PKN»ltt.\li, litll.MV 4>l» AUBEAUSI
Attention friven to Land Claimi, S klien' lSountj
a:i Peusion Claims. -
P. J. HOPPER,
ATTORNEY AT- LAW AND NOTARY PCBLIO,
U. S. LandCfltce Ririldlng, biMranicntu.
■ ---■■ d2olptf .
STAR MILLS AND MALT HOUSE
s rrnoruti A "ilaceh,
NOB. 50, 52 AND M FIFTH ST., SACRAMENTC,
i,^| dealers in Produce and Brewers' piles
Mmrufacturera of Malt and all kinds ot Meal. etc ■
">atmeal, Cornmeal, Cracked Wha ' Craham Flcur,
Buckwhe** Ftonr. ate. dl?>lpt I

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