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THE DAILY RECORD-UNION.
WKDXEMUAY JAKI'AKT 7. IXB*.
CALIFOENIA LEGISLATURE.
[COXTIKIISD FROM KIRKT PAGE.)
j through the Home. I hope the bill will take the
usual course of bills. .1 li ivc great confidence iv
th: li-.-.il knowlego of the gentleman from Alameda.
Mr. Tyler, and in the legal knowledge and integrity of
Mr. Fox, and they say il is right. Their opinion his
(Mt weight with me, but when all ia said and done,
I would like to see the bill go to the Judiciary Com
mittee of the House to be, carefully scrutinized by
them. - ' " * - 1 ' '■ *"*.<-* --' ■ ■ t * -' —
Mr. Fox — This is simply to pass the bill to print.
I The ayes and Does being demanded on Mr. Tyler's
motion, il was lost by a rote of 17 to 56. ■
Mr. Fox introduced five bills, the product of the
labors of the Code Commission appointed by tha
Governor and Governor-elect :
First — An. Act to transfer the records, papers and
I. 'isincss of the Courts existing on the Slst day of
December, 1879, in the State, v the Courts now ex
isting.
Read by title and referred to Committee on Ju
• <liciary.". -'-'** /: - * w^i*«/*« ~»v •■■~*-^.°- **-..-*.. ~*r--x ■--
- •_, ... - , A DIAD LOCK. ,
' Mr.CAßk(i.f Yuba)— Speaker, I think the Con
atitutini! requires that the bill be read in full. •
-The Spear sr— The' Chair for the present holds
that this is ihe first reading of the bill.
Mr. - Theu I appeal from the decision of the
Chair. > ■->;,,- ".-!'■ "i '•'■ '•- i* !''■' ''• -i i
■ The 3reAK!iß— The Chair rules that until the rules
are amended that we have adopted, that the reading
of a bill by title is the first reading of the bi.l. This
U .- 1 - • has adopted the rules of the last sewioa, and
the Chair is governed . entirely by the rules. The
rule provides that every bill shall receive three
readings previous to its passage. The first and sec
ond leading* may be on the same day, if no objec
tion be made. The third reading shall be on a sub
sequent day. -. „■ '■ ■■' v . .
[At this point a message wag received from the
: Senate informing the Assembly that the Senate had
fully organized, and giving a list of the officers
elected.] -■
-' t The .Si-KAKKR -The Constitution provides th*t no
law shall be passod exoept by bill. Nor shall any
bill be put upon its final passage until the same,
with the amendment* \ thereto, shall have been
. printed for the u*e of the members ; nor shall any
• bill become a law unless the same be read on three
several d ys in each Bouse; unless in case of
urgency, two-thirds of the House Bhall by a vote by
- ayes and noes dispense with this provision. It con
cludes by spying: "On the final passage of all bills
they shall be read at length." Nuw this Assembly
has adupted Cushing'a iaw and practice of Legu.
lativc Assemblies as it* puide. ' Cushing says the
practice of reading bills prevailed 200 years ago.
The necessity fur reading U superseded by printing,
and the rule ia now satisfied by reading
the title and and a few of the first words*
Our Constitution provides that a bill must be
read on three several days, except in cases of ur
gency. Now, tho Chair holds that the word " read
' ing." when used in the Constitution, is used in its
parliamentary sense, where it appears in the Con
• stitution, for the first and second times. The very
Constitution provides that on the final passage the
bill shall be read at length. Now, if thu framers of
the Constitution had meant that all three reading*
were to be at length, they would have said so. The
Chair has no pride of opioion in this matter. It
was mi mill J for the Chair to rule on this question
at an eariy ditv in the sexsion. The Chair has no
preference whatever. In construing tho Constitu
tion we must take iuto cooaideration the intention
of the framers <>f t*iat instrument. ' Now, the ncces
sity of readi g at length is superseded by print
ing, and ■it ■• could ■ r.jt have .-. boen the
intention of the Convention to compel uh to go to
the trouble ot mumbling through a bill three times'.
Take a bill uf this kind, such as I have on the desk.
Last session there was a bill introduced which con
sisted of ninety pa^e*. That bill consisted largely of
a description of land -by inele» and bounds. . Fifty
pa;:cs of that bill were taken up by courses and dis
tances. • Now, are we to gay that the itulional
Convention intended tltat wo should waste the time
of the State by reading these long bills three tim
Tiie question is now on sustaining the ruling of the
Chair. -
Mr. Hardy Mr. Speaker, I am pleased to Bee
that the Speaker will construe the Constitution so
.i- to expedite business, but 1 differ with the Chair.
The object of the Constitution is to have a bill read
upon three several days, and that provision can
only be diiipensed with by a two-thirds vote. The
object of these provisions is to prevent hasty legis
lation. If a bill is lengthy, the reading can be dis
pensed with by a- two-thirds vote. 1 I claim that
Constitution is mandatory and prohibitory. 1 want
to construe this instrument in its spirit, and in the
interest of careful legislation.
Mr. Tylkh nv>ved that the question be referred to
the Judiciary Committee for au opinion. , Adopted.
' The Chair anuounced that he had appointed as
■ Porters of the Assembly : ( John D. Boop, William
• : Hines, K. A. Hall -and H. 0. Johnson. As Pages :
John McLaughlin, Carrie Goo>'s, Charles L. Marple
aud Elwood Johnson.. •-■-- ; ; ■■ ' ■ - - '-
Mr. Yoi:ng offered the following :
Resolved, That we now proceed to the election of
a Chaplaiu for the A:«etnbly. . /.- t
Mr. CoorxK— l move its indefinite postponement.
The ayes aud lute* were demanded by Messrs.
Merry, Braunhart and Gaffney. i
Mr. Rkunbb — Mr. Speaker, I am opposed to the
motion to postpone. This U a question, 1 under
stand, which conies before the Legislature at nearly
every seesicn. It is a time-honored custom to elect a
Chaplain, and I propose to stick to it. The Itepubli
cj.ii party has organised this House, and I propose
that the Republican party shall put itself
squarely on record on this question. ■ Now, sir, there
will be those who will say that in the interest of re
ligion they are opposed to it. Now, sir, I might
meet them by saving that some of the greatest
crimes in Christendom have been committed in the
name of religion. litit I call upon all men to wit
ness that never in the true interest of religion was
ever such action taken as is proposed now. They
SOJ that the Chaplaincy has been abused— that men
have come here and l.ivc prostituted that high of
fice. That iiiity be so. ' liut tint was not in the in
terest of religion. I say this: if we elect a man in
whom wo ran have confidence, and can support the
dignity of the Bee, Mill will do right, KJ ivill merit
. Hie approbation of all good citizens. It may be
s.ii'l that ni-'ii will go from here back to the people
and say to them, " We fcavo voted for retrenchment,
in r [using to have a Chaplain." Now, I say iha'
tho Christian people of this country comprise ■ larce
portion ot the community ; that they pay taxes in
this ■ i.c on come of the finest and mos; unpro I
ductlvt property : they pay taxes to the State ; they
are among the li.ji. people of the State ; they de
mand that we shall have a Chaplaiiv - that the name
ol God .■i'lall berovereucod in the legislative halls as
« ill as in tl.c churches.
Mr. Maybeui — Mr. peaksr, I rise to favor the in<
tion to pos pone. 1 have one or two little reasons.
In the first i. lace, I <lo not wish to be unds/Btood as
placing myself in antagonism to the Christian
Church or the Chriatia v faith. ,Upon the contrary,
I favor the good Christian faith. ... What has the hist
r>, iplain done for ihe list Legislature".' Wli.it hasa
Chaplain ever 'io:i-: for the Legislature of..- Califor
nia? Ido not aae as they have made any improve
ment in them. Why, sir, i>. liv gone abroad ID the
people of this St .te that the last Legislature— ma
jority of it — have sunk iuto their political graven,
! an t over their political graves this epitaph is writ
t. n. '• May we never 10-.>k upon their likes again."
(Laughter.] lam opposed to having a Chaplain. 1
do not believe in fetching God into the Legislature,
because l-always notice tuat the devil gets the best
of the ckction for Speaker of the Assembly. \
The Speakkr — The gentlemen will confine himself
to the question or take his seat.
Mr. M AYBKi.ii— It is tuid by Hie poet that :
" Wherever God erects a house uf prayer,
The devil U always sure to build a temple there."
And it will be found upon examination that the
devil has the largest congregation. My next reason
i i that it will work partiality. There are two greut
wings of the Christian faith to-ilay, and I, raised
and nursed by an American Christian mother, am
opposed to omnming down the throat of any man
apostolic dogmas antagonistic to his uwu faith. [Ap
| jJause.J
The Spkakhr— lf I hear any more applause I will
order the lobby cleared.
A M The applsn*! did not come from the
lobby. , .I,
The >r'EAKr.K If any member applau.ls, and some
one will point him out, I will have him removed.
N ■ member has the right to applaud.
- Mr. Mayiikll— There are two great wings of the
Chi istbtn faith. If wo are going to turn this temple
. into a hoU9« of prayer, if this bjdv is going to wing
itself to dory, 1 sny it is best to have both wings,
for it will require both wings to fetch .is safely up
to glory. If we do have a Chaplain let us have both
wings represented. My fourth reason is in regard
to the constitutionality o{ the measure. £ Article 1 of
the Amendments of the National Code pays Cou
ireas shall make do laws respecting the establish
ment of modes of worship. 1,0 '.k at K:l<-ia. Why
- Church and Slate areunitei], and what do you see?
Ignorance and - d?">potiam. L-*ok at the Govern
mat ot France ; look at Eaglaud. I hope the ni«
tion will prevail.
Mr. MAY--Mr. Speaker, t-vo years ago on this floor
. I favored theclection of a Chaplain for the Assembly,
as I then eaid, because a majority of the bod\
was Democratic aud needed prayer. Last night in
the Republican caucus I opposed the chaplaincT,
and stated why. Bat I have changed my mind in
the last teit minutes, and am now in favor of having
a Chaplain. I think we u«cd prayer la tho House.
1 think it will hurt none of us, and I am sroinir to
v »t<' for a Chaplain. Wlicn members says they
. want no. Bod her: lest tho devil mijht get in, it v
: high time to have prayer. .... . -
Mr McCa»tuy— l shall Lave to vote for postpone
uient. lam not opposed to having a Chaplain, but
I am op]>osed to paying him. ' If the good men of
BacniMßvß desire to come into this ouse and offer
Dp prayer for the good of the members and to sanc
tify thiirwork. I am perfectly willing that they
should come. We can get alonii witliuut paving a
Chaplain $sj a day for lessthan five minutes prayer.
I think there are plenty of missionaries here in Sac
ramento who wnuld willingly give a portion of their
time. I shall favor «uch a plan. .- • .- I
• Mr. flliwi Mr. Speaker, lam decidedly in fa
vor, as thi« is a Republican House, of having prayer.
I think I will need it Therefore I shall f .vor tlie
election <•[ v. Chaplain for.thia special Legislature. : I
may change my mind in the future. : ■■ ■ • •*' '
Mr. Mcuioujiso — There i 3 hardly an Anicricin
heart that does not feel a thrill of enthusiasm in it
innermost depths when looking backwards upon
.. the history of our country.-::— , . . *_' .
. [At this p iiat a message was received from the
Senate announcing the adoption of Concurrent Rest>
lution > No. 1, providing for a committee of six to
m ikt amacamanti forthi IsaagatsUea.] I ■j I
Mr. JIri.ttOUjAND-We all concede the eminent
. . abilitr of the great tnen who fnm this Gover
n' merit, their perfect purity t ana disinterestedness. j
Never, perhaps, on the fwvof the earth; was tht-ie i
sjch a number of wiss and far-seeing men met to
f getber as the fathers el this Government were. They
' felt it b i"fkii!. great though they ere, to «and for
abrief thee W,c<nucune witii til* Ufeot t.i 'imvcrse j
_«iih the Almighty Cod'tiimgjtt. i luk there (
- are but iew raeraliom on thin floor who will say that
those invat in-ju were not benv;. by their efforts
to commune wi!h Almighty Ood. .If each
member here would spend a seawn in
' uraver in hi» own ehiunbir, before coming
here I feel certain that the people of the State of j
"' California would immortalize the members of this I
'Leirisla'urei It is Wt aV*!l likely that this will he ;
ti, ' universal cir>ttfn.-cr*ve« the reneral cv .torn, of ;
i I". rr,7mhVra Would to Sod thit it were. 1, very
many oT ware t.. have our souls >ved .t all amid
?he It irr ngsvesof earth we -ill have to be led |
the " ll^ 1 " 1 : „ letdorship of s™ f man dev.y. .1 la
»^:M^d« d^-o ig
a«ggi2SS2£^Svs|
" being wiser t..^n.^^u o^ lesst cf tncm |
-. eet myself »P" J^ Velwrely do ' i v.ink we
Tf they i n o^dv£b£te7men,»nd we shall meet
shall feel our*clve3De «^^» '^^^ _ refare<l
w£ly^ lS£ pu™ motives if we devote a
■-^«» 4aM ««#k &x 40 or*?!?.
I Mr. Cameron— Mi. Speaker, ycsUrday I believe
I <he Republicans in this Bouse were opposed to
having a Chaplain To-day 1 believe they are in
• fav.,r of having a Chaplain. I was very much sur
j prised at my friend. Dr. May, when he said he
| thought we could gel aling without a Chaplain.
No*, Ido believe it does the wickedest ma. in the ]
1 world good to hear a good. prayer. I believe every i
man who come out of a church feels better than
he went it. I believe that a prayer in ite
morning, even if it is eniy for five m nuten, will do
lus all good. Oen lemen object .to paying the
Chaplain for five minutes prayer. If that does not
suit them, it can ' easily bj amended so as to have
him give them ten minute prayers. > I am in favor
of s'andine on the side of God. I have asked God
to guide me in all the acts of my life, and I look to
him for protection, and I do not invite the devif to
come an stand side Ly ! side ' with me in
this chamber, nor do I want him. I hope the. mem
b'jri will vote on the side of Go 1, and employ a
Chaplain to pray for us every morning. i 11 -='f-\
3 Mr. Ajitboht— Mr. Speaker, I ft.el that I would be
remiss in my duties if I did not stand up and ex
plain my position. We do not wish to go int-i the j
morals of thisquesti.n— back to the sand- lots
of Judea. No such thing. We don't wish to go i
back to the Revolutionary fathers. Come right ■■
home. Gentlemen inform us that this is a party
question. That is the reason why I vote to post
pone. I represent a constituency that have rights
also. Every knows that I stand up for minis
ters of all denominations who endeavor to preach
the gospel to the poor. As a business proposition,
the place is always controlled by the party in power.
- [At this point Mr. Dv Brutz, of TuUre, made his
appearance on the floor, and was duly sworn in.]
Mr. Cook— Mr. Speaker. I hope we will show by
our action that we are in favor of having a Chap
lain. lam a Democrat—have always been a Demo
crat. But it appears to me that »c need all the
wisdom, all the light, wo can draw, both from
heaven and earth, on this occasion to make laws in
accordance with the Constitution. I do think that
if the first Legislature called together to put that in
strument in forc-f rejects the Chaplain it will not peak
well for us, and therefore, as the Republican party
has organized thia House, I hope all my Democratic
friends will help them to elect a Chaplain.
Mr. Hksot moved to adjourn. Lost. . • •
Mr. TYL*R-Mr. Speaker, I have very decided
views upon the efficacy of prayer. I believe that
every man, woman or chiW, to do them any eood |
must do their own praying. Ido not believe that it
is possible for any heart to be properly interpreted
be'ween him and the author of his bsiflg by any
body else. The prayer that is worth the Dame is a j
great cry from the heart o/ man to the author of his
being. My relations, as far as 1 know, with my
heavenly Father are all right. If they are not, no
body else can irake them right. But it has been
the custom to have prayer, and as long as there are
any considerable number of members on this noor
who feel that they desire a Chaplain, I am in favor
of having one. And lam in favor of paying him
for it, too. if it should be left to me to say, I should
be in favor of givinsr him for one minuU) *10 ; for
two minutes, *o ; five minutes, $1 25, and so on. 1
would want it cut Bhort. There are a great many
here who say they need a Chaplain, that they need
praying for. 1 think we ought to let them have it.
It is only about five hundred dollars for the session,
and the State would be penny wise and pound fool
ish to deprive them of the privilege. lam for a
Chal<]ain. sf.i.2 "/ r.j. 1 ! .i ..:*.**.-. i', !;.: .~'
L Mr. York— Mr. Speaker, Ido not propose to enter j
iuto any lengthy • remarks . upon , this , subject,
but it is expected by some that I should Bay
a word. In no instance during my stay here
shall I seek to evade any action or hide c? absent
myself, but will meet it fiirly and squarely. l«ow, i
the question is not upon, the efficacy of prayer. |
There is a great difference of opinion among us as
regards prayer." Some people think that prayer is
inspiration. I think it is aspiration ; also, that it is
an out-flowing of the human heart. . Hence we may
all bow our heads in prayer. But, sir, lam coming
to the question. 1 am a representative of the
people. The majority of the .'people of California,
as I believe, are in favor of prayer. We use prayer
to open our public assemblages. Now, while 1
represent the people I must be careful that 1 repre
sent the majority of the people, and not seek to
evade my duty in any regard. Hence lam in favor
of prayer. Now, ■ that . may . sound strange.
1 am an infidel man. I. am called • an in
fidel, and an infidel speaker, and yet I, upon
the floor of this house, favor prayer. Why? Simply
bc<MUse the majority of the people of this State are
in favor of prayer. Hence I cast my vote in favor
of having a Chaplain. Yet I want to say this, that
I cast my vote under p otc*t, in thi9, that I believe
that the prayers of the good clergymen of this city
should be invited paid for. If they love our
souls as they love God the Father, they ought to
come here each morning and opeu this Assembly
with prayer. I honor the man who stands for God
the Eternal Father, life of my life and soul of my
soul— and, O, how I detest the rel'gion that would
seek to confine prayer to any denomination. . - —
Mr. Mesrv offered the following amendment :
RetcAned, That the clergymen of Sacramento be
cordially invited to open the sessions of the Assem
bly with prayer, in such order as they may agree
among themselves. . ■ , •■ ', - . - I
| Mr. Yocmo was speaking to the question, when he
was interrupted by Mr. Tilkr, who raised the point
oi order that the amendment was not germain to
the question at issue.
' The point was held by the Chair to be well taken,
and the question being upon the lostponement of
the resolution, it was lost by the following vote : ;
• i Ayes— Anthony, Braunhart, Burns, Carr of Yuba,
Corcoran, Cuthbert, Gaffey, Levee, Maguire, May
bell. MoOallion, of San E/anciso, XcDade,
St.Kldard, Wasson of Mono— l 6.
Adams, Bass, Bennett, Brooks, Brown of
Sonoma, Brown of Yuba, Bruner, Brusie, Cameron,
Carr of Sacramento, Chamberlain, Chandler, Coff
m:ui, Coleman, Cook, Cooper. Del Valle, Diraond,
Downs, Dv Brutz, Durham, Estee, elton, Mnlay
son. Fox, Fraser, Frink, Garibaldi, Gorley, Green,
Hardy, Harris, Hereby, . llynes, Josselyn, Lane,
Lpach, Leadbetter, Mathews, May, McCatty of Lake,
Muliitntm.' Merry, Messenger, Morse, Mulholland,
Nelson, Picket, Sayle,' Sinon, Shcrburn, Spencer,
Strceter, Sweetland, Tyler, Walker, Ward, Wasou of j
Ventura, Watson, York, Young—
Nominations being in onlcr.'Mr. Tyler nominated
Rev. Mr. Bcntley, of Sacramento.
Mr. McCarty of Lake nominated Rev. T. H. B.
Anderson.
The roll being called. Mr. Anderson received 25
votes, Mr. Bentley 43, Mr. Tyler 5, Mr. Smith 1.
Mr. Fox gave notice of the introduction of a bill j
to amend on Act entitled "An Act regulating the i
government of the State Prison of OalWnmla." Also,
notice of a bill to amend certain sections of the Code I
of Civil Procedure.
Mr. McComas offered the following :
Himlted, That the Chief Clerk and the Minute |
Clerk of the Hov e be each authorized to appoint j
an Assistant for four days, at the simc per diem, ]
payableout of the Contingent Fund of the Assembly. j
Adopted.
Mr. Mat save no'ice of tiio introduction of a hill
to define and envern ti.e State Prison of California.
On motion of Mr. Swektund, at 4 o'clock the
Assembly adjourned.
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GREETING!
HAI'l'Y AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
to all. We come boldly to the front as the
inaiting
1t.., 1 Cstalo and Insurance Asrnlx
Of Sacramento, representing the best Kire Insur-
ance Companies of thia coast. . ; • ■
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German American, of New York ; British America
and Western, of Toronto, Canada ; and last, but not
least, the grand old Pluenix, of London. Combined
cash capital, Sl.',Oj»,tMi'<. . ,_,
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Heal F.state and Insurance Agents, Office 402 J
street. ; u3O 4ptf
A. J. WETZLAR,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENT. j
Ofllce. tioii 36 and 3S Fourth street,
BETWEKX J AND X, SACRAMENTO.
dr Agent for the Home Mutual Insurance Com- 1
pany, of California, and the N<rth German In-
surance Compiny, of Hamburg. Ilotes liberal and
lair. Baying and Selling of Keal Estate and Collec-
tion of Rente a specialty. ' d22-4plm
KDW. CADWALADER. CHAS. R. PARSONS.
CADWALADER & PARSONS s
(Successors to Edw. Cadwalader),
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
SO. 61 J STREET. ' r> I
t'j Keal Fstate Bought and Sold on Commission. i
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ROYAL,
HAMBURG-BREMEN, .' ■_
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INSURANCE COMPANIES and the
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COMPANY, OF ■'■> TORONTO, *'■ CANADA.—
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Of Toronto, Canada. pedal deposit of 5200.000 in i
United SUtes Government Bonds in California for '
security of PoliCT Holders.- BUTLER i HALDAN, ;
General Agentsfor Pacific cast. SPINKS4ACOCK,
Local Agentu, Sacramento.' d5-4|>tf
I THE PACIFIO MUTUAL LIFE j
TNSUR\NCE COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA
HoiiK Omci, Ne. 41 Sbookd strkbt, Sacrambsto.
CAPITAL BBANCH.
W. R. 5TR0N0..V..:..V." Vice President
GEORGE M. MGTT Secretary I
DR. W. H. BALDWIN ...Medical Examiner.
• At agsof 35, upon the low rate plan, the cost of
Insurance is but 23 cents per day.
Over 51.500.000 paid to ' Policy Holders
and their t!rprr»rnlnil>rk. ;_, -.
tV Policies issued upon all the approved p'-ans. ,
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LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE, i
' FIREMAN'S FUND OF SAN FRANCISCO . : ..
FIRE COMPANIES.— AIso the ••
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REDEMPTION OF BONDS. j §
TVJOnCE'IS ' HEBEBY GIVEN THAT IN AC-
l\ - cordancc with the terms of the Bonds issued
; by the Pacific Riltirm MIU CompMiT. the Trustees
i i>f said Company have determined by lot the nun.-
I bar» to be redeeineil at its .iflce, No. 16 First str et,
i in the city of San Francisco, on the 15th day- of
• JANUARY, ISSO, with the following result : ' -
<n Z\\ 23 61 ~ -' " » 196 • 263 429 ;••
St 71 205 277 430
: .--,. 36 , 89:.. -203_ 278 434 '{.
\>• ] 40 101 -4 411 * 303 TT: 440 r
' --59 * ISB •■ V '-227— *^aSA-". 490 ■; .> --
i Which Bonds will be paid in United States gold coin,
, ivj said 15Ui day «f. JANUARY,, ISSO, upfm sur-
| render of the same, with coupons 'attached, a d
Uitcres: tber.on Kill tease fivm and at er that date.'
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«} * Secretary Pacific R lling Mill Company.
, Office, No. 16 First street, Ban Francisco.
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NEW YORK STORE,
SOUTHWEST
COBNEB . NIHTD AND JT 6TBEETB.
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RAILEOADS, STEAMEBS, tin.
Central Pacific Railroad.
Commencing Sunday, December 28, 187 ',
ASD USra FURTHER NOTIOR
TRAIN AKD BOATS WILL LEAVE SACRAMENTO
is roLLOws:
I,OA A. Jl.— (Sun lays excepted)— Aecomrooca-
•itOv dation Train m Marysville, ttcd Bh ff and
■ . - - . Redding.
». IS A. Sl.— (lUily)— Emigrart,
wiw Freieht and Accommodation Trai«>.
■%.•)'• A. >f. — (Daily)— Express, via Day's
4 tiiif . d Benicia, for San Francisco.— Connects
(Sundays except*!) at Davis with Aou>i -
tiv ilution Train to vv'godiai" , Willinms and
, Willows ; alsd connects daily at Suisun foi
Vallejo, and via Napa Junction for Cali9-
tojja (stages for the Ucysers) ......
c Ai|)A. .U.— .i r j= soon incr<;3f!er 19 p ac-
lV«vwticabie, Sundays excspted>— Steamer for
San FraTicisco, touching at way poits
on'" Sacraraent<-i riv«>-.
n,AA4, VI.- (Daily)— Local Passenger Train
•""for Stockton, Tracy, Li vermore,. Niles,
, .Oakland aud San Franc sco. Connects
. . at Gait for lone, and at .Niks for San
-'• ,*'..'. Jose. < -.-'-. ■ : . -,'..•'
| a ),OAP. M. — (Sundays exeptcd)— Passenger
1 '••OVTrain n for Davis and Woodland. Con-
nects '- at ' Woodland for Williams and i
Willows. ...:■'■■'• ■ " ; ",
,),|A. p. (Diilv) -Afa- tic Kkit<-9« for Col-
/*»l" fax, Reno (Carson md V rginia). Battle
2 Mountain >. (Austin),' Palisade; (Eureka),
~" Ogden, Oniaiia and East "
•>i«>f| P. M.— (Daily)— Ore^iiii Express for Marys-
-••••l 1 ville, Chico, Ued Bluff and Iteidiny (stages I
,;..--* for Po. tland, n). - „ • .
• >,->A P. .11.— Sundas ■. excepted >— LocJ Ac- ;
-••OV commodat:on Train 'o Latkmp. i Connects ,
wf th the Arizona tttnrdK for Merced, Madera (Yose- '
mite and Big Tiees), Moja'.c, Newhall (San Kuena- j
ventura and Santa Barbara), Los Angeles, Santa j
Monica, '•' lmington, Santa Aua (San Diego), Colton
(San b inardino), Yuma (Colorado river steamers)
Mariccpa (Jta ,i-< i r Phu;nix and Prescott), and
(Jasa wramJe stajres for Florence, Tucson and
Tcmb3t:ne). Slecpi jr ars be wee i L.throp, Los
Aneeles and Yuma. ,-■■■.,.:
a.-ls-'P. M.— (Daily)- Local Passenger - Tran
-«i'l:O for is, Benieia and San Francisco. Con-
nects (Sundays excepted) at Susun for
- Vallejo, aud ia Napa Junction for Calis- |
ZJL.Z "toga.
,|]» V. M.— (Sundays excepted) — Pap9eii};> r
* »1O Train to Davis", Woodland and Kniv s
Landing. . -
O,"A P. M.— (Sundays excepted)— Vir inia City
OiIJU Express for Auburn, Colfax, Truckee aid
Reno. Connects with Virginia and Truckee Kiilr ■ d
for<! rjon ! nd Virtrinia. Sleeping Car from Sacra-
mento to Carson. - ' ■'
Q.OA P. M.-(T>aily)-^WeBtward Emiirrart
«7.0 V Tra'n, via Davis and Beniun, for San Fran-
ciuc . ' ' -
A. N. TOWNE Gotieral .Superintendei t
T H. GOODMAN Gen'l Pass'r and Ticket Ageit
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:■,,■ "ISIOTICE. HI
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OK AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, -l^g^PsJ*k.
\J JanuaryT, 1880, the Steamer j[Jjigggj£
O-O'V. I>A.3STA.
Will leave her Landing at the foot -of L street, at
lo am >- j ■• -Z? lr^"^» '.:'''■ r? - .
On WEDNESDAY, for all points between SAC-
RAMENTO and COLUSA. M----.J „} .♦ j
On SATORDAY, for all points between SACRA-
MENTO and JACINTO. - '-' ' '
Freight received for all points to COLCSA only,
on TUESDAY AFTERNOONS, r', •■ ' i\" ■-■
I FRIDAY -AFTEKSOONS to all poinU to JA-
CINTO. • - ! - — " * ■*" '') « ''
I 5.2w ' ~_3 H. C. LATrTROP. Agent. '
FOR PORTLAND AND ASTORIA,
ORSG-O'N.
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' *Jl% THE OREGON STEAMSHIP COM-
■^.^fe^P ANY and PACIFIC COAST STEAM-
■^Jjr *~Tt?*ahip Company will " dispatch everj
flv e da;, s, for tne »>>ovo portj, one of
ti cir -New A 1 Iron Steamships, viz.': . (;"..:
OREGON, ■■• : GEORGE W. ELDER
. . -r; - :. — ahi — .-•»' ~£:-T-
- ;, STATE OF CALIFOBSIA.
' SAILING DAYS -.■ •>"'"V '.
.Inn mi r> (I88O) .......?, T, IS. 17, 22. 21 |
February.. ■.•....... .:.:..*.. 6, 11. 16, SI. «6
AT IU OCLOCX A. H.,
Connecting at Portland, Oregon, with Steamers and
Rattroaus and their connecting Sta£e lines for all
pouits in Oregon, Washington and Idaho Territories,
British Columbia and Alaska '„*/ .
. K. VAN OTERENDORP Agent O. S. S. Co.', No '
■210 Battery street, San Francisco, Cal. ; ' . '
:,:..:!. t GOODALL, PERKINS * CO.. ' t' A
Ajrents r. C. S. S. Co., No. 19 Market street, Sao
iVaneiso ian-sftt »;...■■ v < . ■ ■ my3-tf .
- OHANGE OF TIME. ( ; i
Sacramento Placemllß Railroad.
On jutd after .11 outlay, Jnly , 7, ( 1819,
£*■'*£ , 7 UJiTIL FntTHBR NOTTCS, „.~~*. ?
Trains viil ran as follows,' daily, except Sundays :
Leave Sacramento for Folsom, Latrobe
r l . andShfajrle Springs.:. ..:...;i...iJ*oA.as
Le*vo Sacramento for Folsora , 4:00P.1i
Leive Shinuie Springs for Latrobe, Fol- .. *S«3 ~
soaiand Sacramento .II:iQA.Jt
Isnve Latrobe for Jfolapm aud Sacra- *~f * T
-• ; ..tinent0:::;v...::.7..^.. ......:... 12:18 P.M.
Leave Folsom for Sacramento „ i 6:55 A. M
Leave Folsom for Sacramento : 1:35P,M,
- d7-U W^f J. B. WBJGHT, Supt. -
-^ • ; : MISCELLANEOUS. ■; -).'. ■ yty;-}
LINDLEY & CO.,
IMPORTERS.
ir. i ii We beg to call the attention 'of the Trade to the following goods, which are of our^)wn
importation, andfor which we have the exclusive control for .market : V, „. •'* ...-_ : , . .
Savon Imperial Soap !^
Manufactured by . JAMEB S. ii KIBK & CO., Chicago. Over " 10,000,000 pounds sold
annually. Thin is the only genuine SAVON, all others are base imitations. .
.:.: >i; 3 Salvator Lager Beer !
Brewed by "the CONRAD SIEPP BREWING COMPANY, Chicago. This is the
■•"hSMQGHB ■. r. if* «; Premium Export Beer of this country.
Boyer's Selected Oysters! .
Packed by W. W. BOYER 4 CO., Baltimore. This is the best standard brand in market.
Our sales in these goods were 50 per cent, more this year than the year 1878.
Extra Family Mackerel !
In tins, containing from 11 to 12 fish of finest quality— head and tail off each fish. These
tins contain from 10 to 25 per cent, more tish than other brands now being'sold.
dough's Sugar Cured Meats ! -;
Cured by J. H. CLOUGH, Chicago. These meats are too well known to Deed any
: .■.,-.,;>,:■,;.. .-.,.:.„.,, „ comment. | ;--. ; ■ . ,
Capitol Kerosene !
(WATER WHITE, 150° FIRE TEST).
v..■■■;u ..■■■; Calcutta Mills Spices !
Choice Japan Teas !
Under the brands of "L. 4 C 0.," "DIAMOND X.," and "PEACOCK." :
G-aines' Sunny side "Whiskies !
(From HERMITAGE DISTILLERY, Frankfort, Ky.)
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r gzr In addition [to the above we are constantly receiving shipments from the
following well-known manufacturers of
TOBACCOS!
P. eokiluibd A ro..C.V. ...'V;/. ? .... ..*.".... ...;..! ..^.. ........ JERSEY MTV
UAMEIoLTOX.. ....: .■;... .4. .".. DA.WIM.E, >A.
.1. B. PACE •••• •■■• :..;.:..... RirIIMOND, VA.
lIIIIIR A KOimsOX RIfHMOXD, VA.
UCCETT «t MVKItS .' «T. LOUS, MO.
nilMUl «V I>KI >l >lOM> ST LOUS, MO.
«'ATH.\ TOBAfCO €OMPA.\Y ST. LOI IS, NO.
W. T. BLtI'KWEU DIRIIAM, Bf. C
MtKKIIM. BUOS BALTIMORE. MD.
SPENCE BROS. ACO . . CIXCINN.VII, O.
UOODVVIN .\ CO -NEW YORK
JOU.\ ANDERSON <& CO NEW YOBH
X3T In callinK attention to the above list, we would state that we have mentioned only
a few things that we make specialties of. Our stock of Groceries is large, varied and well-
selected, and we should be pleased to have our friends call and examine the same. We are
satisfied we can please them, both with regard to price and quality. :.V i,; .: < J
"WISHING A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL !"I
LINDLEY & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Grocers - - Sacramento.
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! MEDICAL. -
TO THE UNFORTUNATE
! DEifiEBOH^SraSPENSARI,
va Heiirny St., Snn Francisco. ■
' Establisiied in ISM, Io
jf i^^ tho treaunent of Sexu
jW^— ;^=^ £|*a ""d Seminal disease
SH^^^^lS^.tj^^jl such as Gonorrhea, Oic^i
g/6^r^T lra t^.:*' L S\ Strictures, Syphiiis in -•:
/''y^^tf^&^m^'^Sii ' ts on ' 19 ' Seminal Wn
g(gS*S? s *^|^0 ifl new, lmpot«ncy, Ski.
fWA %± ■■®*'(nf diseases, etc,, oern-'H
iwlffej; fMif-r MiSinentlycuredoriioi.+a-'y.
L^S^Kj ' Wcakue.*-. |
Semlnal Emiesion?, th,
■ fjs<X " ; sequence of self -abuse
W£&£M&'&4&M : ™ 3 ''' :lt - ir vi(v or dc
■^^^s^fvtSS^A^? \) [Tuved sexualindulgenCß,
is practiced by the you'.h |of both ; , sexca t(
' an almost unlimited exte.it, producing with un
erring certainty the following train of morhii
symptoms, unless , corcbated by scientific mcdi
' cal measures, viz. Sallow countenance, dart
: spots under the eyes, pain in the head, ringing ii
: the ears, noise like . the rustlin? of leaves and rat
! ; tling of chariota, uneiiainess about the loins, weak
ness of the limbs, confuted vision, blunted intellect
, loss of confidence, diffidence in approaching Btran
1 gers, a dislike ja form new acquaintances, disposi
tion to shun society, loaa of memory, hectic flushes,
pimples and various eruptions about the U-.ce
furred tongue, fetid breath, coughs, consumptlor
night sweats, monomania and frequent insanity.
CVRIvD AT nOME. .
. Persons at a distance may be cured at home by ad
I dressing a letter to . DR. GIBBUX, statin, cant.
1 symptoms, lenjrth of time the disease hap continued,
and have medicines promptly forwarded, free fron
I damage and curiosity, to any part of the coun'rj.
with full and plain directions. By inclosing ten dol
1 lars, in registered letter, through the Post-office, o>
' through Wells, Fargo & Co., a package of medicint
| will be forwarded to any part of the Union. Pleasi
' say you saw this advertisement in the R»COBJ>
Unio.l. - Address. .:. DR. J. F. GIBBON,
ja24-4ptf . .«'■ £ Box 1,957 St,n Francif cc
DR. SPINNEY & CO,
> OF NO. II KEARNY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO,
Treat all Chronic and Special DlgeaHes.
'' i% ■ "'■'■ . YOCXG ' MEW •
"ITTHO MAY BF. SUFFERING FROM THE
f V effects of youthful follies or Indiscre'ion,
will do we) 1 to ..vail themselves of this, the greatest
I boon ever laid at the altar of suffering humanity.
Dll. SPINNKY will guarantee to forfeit $600 foi
every case of Seminal Weakness or Private Disease
of any kind or character which he undertakes and
fails to cure
-' : : . MIDDLE-AGED MEN.
There aro many at the age of thirty to sixty who
are troubled with too frequent evacuation ot the
I bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting oi
j burning sensation, and a weakening of the system in
I a manner the patient cannot account for. On exam,
I ining the urinary deposits a ropy Bediment will often
be found, and sometimes small particles of albumer.
will appear, or the color will.be of a thin milkier.
hue,' again' changing to a dark and torpid appearance.
There are many men who die of this difficulty, igno-
rant of the cause, which is tne second stage of sem-
inal weakness- Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect curt
in all such cases, and a healthy restoration of the
genito-urinary organs. • - • - ■ • • - '■'■'-' -•" -
Office hours— 10 to 4 and 6 to 8. Sunday from
10 to II a. M. Consultation free. Thorough exam
ination and «dvice, SG. Call or address
dr sriN\Kv A CO..
No. 11 Kearny street, San. Francisco.
mr2s-*ostawMTWThFtf
TQ-THE PUBUG7
-»f'R. J. T. GRIFFITTS HAS THIB DAY BEEN
•It I'- admitted a member, of the firm of C. H.
STEVENS & CO., importers of dry goods, corner
E"ghth and J streets, and will be pleased to see all
his old customers and friends at bis new place of
bu«iness. Kespectfully, etc.,
C. H. STEVENS ii. CO.
I i. T ORItTITrS. - chas. n. STEVTWS.
Sacramento. January 1, 1880. ]al-2wis
mr? a- ?7v: NOTICE. sj : -<-%: /--. •£•
fTHHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK-
-1 holders of the i Capital Gas Company, for the
Election of Directors for the ensuing year, and for
the transaction of such business as may be brought
i before the meeting, will be held at the office of the
Company, in the city of Sacramento, on MONDAY,
the 19th day of January, 1860. js..*^...
d2 nlm >^'C- ri.-CUMM.rSOS. Secretary.
J. FRANK CLARK, _
j SUCCESSOR TO ' CLARK * DAVIS:
- - OB. and 31 Fonrlh *t., bet. J aad K.
,'j- .■.,,.., "„.,.:; SACRAMENTO. ,"* „ ir**%
Always a complete stock of Undertakers'. Good*
in eTery style.- Special attention ffiren to country
orkn-.atlowe»tratfs . - d 2 4plm :
= J. S.* iTROWBRIDGE, fi
-~ *= ' (SCCCESSOR TO O. WAI.TOIR),
HAVING ' PURCHASED THE: DRUG i^rt
ri Store at northeast corner of Second
"] streets, rcpectfullv calls the attention Ifi,.
of the former patrons to the large ard in-*»
creawd stock ol goods, and. "tljerwue. A
tnUUpeof^.Oi.^S.v'; .|L ?Ij..*VP ?•*
Perrninerlen. Fancy ■ Good* and > ToUet
Articles ..r—iO—
rvwis'uitlv kep( »q hand. FittitMr Tniwes. aspecialtv.
P^cj^fsVw^receiTe'Ayiper^attentio^,
site itent '"<■ Dtmmitfs w-leDrated Coujh Ba'aaai.
Wilther, Apothecary. . W-lm
AGBICULTURAL WASES.
BAKER& HAMILTON,
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IMPORTERS
WHOLESALE DEALERS
IS
siiotels, axes, BOLTS, nails,
';' SCBEWS, BITTS, hinges.
bitets, saws. locks. scales,
PLANES, gbindstoneg.
HANDLES, OILEUS,
in.r.i.it AlUtOMS. TITIXE, '
ROPE, Itbenciies, .
CAPS. shot, CI'TLERY,
lIKLTIXG, wibe, i'owdek,
;( ; ;• ] bakes, SNATHS. scythes,'
WIBECLOTH, FOBKS, *
GRAIN CRADLES. HOES,
Via d,^ B _Tl f|% t%k r f^^< M T W Mi**
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Also, Manufacturers and Agents for all leading
Agricultural Implcmeuts and Machines, such an
STEEL PLOWS,
IRON PLOWS,
GANG PLOWS,
HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, .
SEED SOWERS, FAN MILLS, ' « " '
CIDER Ml 1.1.5, CORN SHELLERS,
ENGINES, THRESHERS,
MOWERS, REAPERS, ETC., ETC.
tar AGENTS FOB BAIN'S WAGONS. "B=J
SACRAMENTO AND SAN FRANCISCO.
tST BKSD roR"cATAUM)CP.n. ►' . mvl-4ptf
MARCUS C. HAWLEY & CO., -
Hardware and Agrlcullnral Implements,
SAN FRANCISCO,
And Nos. 43, 45 and 47 J street Sacramento
■- ■ ■ .-, mvl2-4plm . -„.r
CALIFORNIA
Artificial Stone Paving
COMPANY
. (SCHILIINGER'SI PATENT), I \
For Sidrwnlko, Garden Walks, Corri-
dors. Offices, Carriage Drives, Arches,
.Stable and Cellar Floor*. Kitchen*, Etr.
■ ■ .■ • . '■> £ \ ' .'/"■ ' '
OFFICE:
402 Montgomery Street, San Francisco,
'it r^:' ! w / s"^^\i'--' : 'v U ' .' .''■■■
G. GOODMA\, ,' -* •/' *; *" . "^ : Manager.
.-■ -* . - . ' ;' l . ; .'i ♦; *X Vi>. -5 *
milE COURTS 'lIERE AND IN THE EAST
X' have decided that Artifknil Stone Pavements,
with plastic concrete, and ■in < detached blocks* are
infringements of the SCHILLJNCiER PATKNT ;
and also, when the plastic material is blocked off
wi'.h the trowel and CM through far enough to con-
trol the cracking cau*4d, by shiinkige, that such
pavement i* in law the same as if laid in detached
blocks, and is an iutrir.gement of the patent.
K3T Sample of onr work ran be seen at
Sacramento. State Capitol. ' i .
•-rr >■■»-- V~>»-, r d3»lm4p - ■
" k REMOVAL. ' - .
IS. TAYLOR AND ELWOOD BRUNER*
"J. j m Attorneys at-Law, have removed to Bryte .
I B^nkiifigSouth-eide of J'atreet, CBnwr ot Seventh
EnmiocVNo. «3rf»«lriet. iL. 3. TAYLOR, ;
nl7-tl^ ■ " ELWOOD BBUNER.
; V : THE .KED: ; HOUSE TRADE .UffiON.
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■■-•..■'•■ ■: - ■ ....... ... : . . ...„ . ._ ■- ■-
Five Thousand Chromos and 10,000 Fancy Calico
Aprons to be GIVEN AWAY at the RED HOUSE ! !
Every Customer receives one until disposed of.
Great Clearance Sale this week of the balance of
HOLIDAY STOCK. Fancy Goods and Notions, at
Reduced Prices, to make room for our 5c and 10c
Counters (which . so pleased the thousands a few
months ago), that will be opened out on MONDAY,
JANUARY 5, 1880, loaded with useful articles worth
double the price. . . ,
RED HOUSE TRADE UNION,
J BTBEET ..'. MflfiHl.Mli, CAI.
NEW YARD AND NEW STOCK
]ST. L. DEEW& CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LUMBER DEALERS,
CORNER OF SECOND AND M STREETS.
K3T Constantly on band the finest assortment of all kinds of LUMBER AKD BUILDING MATERIALS
n this coast. We defy competition. d3-4ptf
BUSINESS CABDS.
, . D. E. ALEXA\DKK,
* TTORNEY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW corner of and Fourth
Oliice : Northeast mnkr of J and Fourth
Hirrets, Sacramento. . ja3-4plm
ISItS. HATCH A IiKI«;«;s.
/OFFICE S 4 STUSET. OFFICE UOCRS: DR.
\J Hatch— 9 A. it, and 12:30 to S P. m. Dr.
Briggß— to 10 A. ■.; Ito3 P. X,, and (1:30 to BP. v.
• 7 d^tf
WH. BBTTEWBEKGEK,
TRON AND BRASS FOUNDER AND MA-
i chinisu Castings and Machine of all MA-
chini c .t. Castings and Machinery of all kinds
made to order at the lowest prices. Guttenborger's
Horse Powers tie beat anii cheapest mado. Corner
of Front and N streets. Sole manufacturer of the
California Giant Quartz .Vjiii. diS-Julm
■; C. H. KKEBS A CO..
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS,
Glass, Varnishes, Brushes, Wall Paper,"Window
Shades and Wax Flower Goods, Pictures, Moldincrs,
Painters' and Artists' Materials, No. C2G J, and 1006
Seventh street, Sacramento, Cal. d2O-4ptf
\ W." A. HI'CnSON, M. D..
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office, southwest corner of Seventh and J
streets in Bry c's new building, up stairs. Resi
denco, southeast comer of Seventh and N streets,
Sacramento. Office hours : Ito 3 and 6toBP. m .
.. d25-4plro
„ . ..- , . . EB\ER BROS.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
■ fine Brandies, Wiaes and Kentucky Whiskiea.
Agents of the genuine Conrad * Co.'b Budweiasor
Beer, No. 43 Fourth street. Sacramento. . d2S-4plm
!.--: MB«. DR. S. E. BOWERS,
T7LF.CTRO-THERAPEUTIST. - - OFFICE AND
JQj 1 Residence, No. 619 I street. Office houri—
10 a. M. to 4P. H. Consultation free. : d!8-4[>lm*
a - -.- E. 1,. BILLINGS * . CO., ....
TMPORTERS I AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
■_|_ . in Fine Brandies, Wines and Liquors. Agents
for Dr. Jaffe's Celebrated Cinchona Bitters; also,
agents for Litton Springs Seltzer Water, Sonoma
county, California. No. 11l X street, between Fourth
and Fifth. ■ ■ ' '" ■' «i25-4plm _
uTr. ROOT. ... ALEX. IHUOI. . J. DUgCOI .
ROOT, >M1.»«»N A CO., . '
UNION FOUNDRY— IRON AND BRASS
. Founders and Machirtsts, Front street, be-
•ween N and O. Castings ana Machinery of every
description made to order. ' •' ; d24'-4plm
CAPITAL ALE TACIiTS,*! ; t
NO. 63 J, AND THIRD AND J STREETS.
. Hot I.niwh daily from 11 A. M-to 1 o'clock t-
y. The Best of Liquors and Cigars. •
■ d!3-4plm -. BOWERS & LOKGABAUGH.
~ • JAMES MeCKULE,
MANUFACTURER OF IRON DOORS, SHUT-
terg, ILailin^s, Gratings, House-work and
Blacksmithinz In general. No. 143 X street, between
Fifth and Sixth Second- nand Doors for sale
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1856. ..• F. FOSTKK, , . 18T9/
BOOK BINDER, PAPER RCLER AND BLANK
Book Manufacturer, No. 83 J Btrect, between
Third and Fourth, Sacramento. J2O-4ptf
-'f ?<?.'; i «J YT. '. R. : fc.M«-HTS, i-j ,"■■».
Corner OF FRONT AND l streets
1/ Highest price for HWes, Sheep Pelts and
Tailow Supplies Butchers with Salt, Paper, latest
• roproved Sausage Machines, Stuffera, Lard Presses,
Etc. Prompt cash , returns made for all oonswa-
ments. ' - . " ulB - 4t ' tf _
JCAKLB. .'• ' -■■• ■-•■' • . «*.«U>IT.
CAKLE A . CBOI.T, : ';'-■■
CONTRACTORS ANi> BUILDEIIS, ARE PRE-
* pared to do all kinds ol work in Ul me, in
city or country. I Prind'sl place of business, Sacra-
mento. Shop, 82 Secoud street, between KanoVL.
Post-ofßce Box,' 410, Sacramento. dlft-4ptl
j. b. »rsrr. i>;v . r.l,'. •. hexrt dbtiilk. ;
" -rU~'**l . HE.VBVS -.SALOOX,' "i'jl" -. : " ; Jj*
TN BURKrS BUILDING, ON «ECOND|a£E=S»
\ street, hetwe..n I and J, DEYHLE.&ISJtSU
KUNEY, proprietors. None but Wmei. V -tinii
Liquors and Cigars of the choic at qualities will be
dispensed by us. • -. d2S-4plm
BUSINESS OAKDS.
KOCA KF.KB.
THE ONLY LAGFR BEER BBEWED ON THE
Pacific coast equal to tuc best imported, at
GRUHLEU'S, 152 J street, between Fifth and Sixth.
Also, the best of Liquors and Cigars. d!6-lm4p
JIS.IIS STKITZ.
SUCCESSOR TO FOX 4 STRUTZ, IMPORT^:R
ko and Wholesale Dealer in Wines and Liqnors,
No. 41 J street, Sacramento. Sole agent for Falk's
Milwaukee Beer. • Ul4-4plm
A. K. NIXON. tl. l>.. *
SURGEON-IN-CHIEF " CENTRAL PACIFIC
Railroad Hospital. Office, No. 906 J street,
over Gogings' drng store. Residence, No. 920 M
street. Visits Railroad- Hospital daily at 9:30 A. M.
d! 4 4plm '
i.ItOYC L. JOHNSON. .* . j
TTORNEY AT OFFICE, FIFTH ST.,
J\. between I and J. Residence, No. 207 I.
street, between Seventh and Eighth. <'10-4nlm
l>«!. C. A. WHITE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.— OFFICE,
southeast corner Sixth and J streets, over
Bell & Kolliker's Drug Store. Office hours : 9A. M ;
2t04 p. M. ; 7toBr. v. Residence— 2l7 N street,
between Seventh and Eighth. d9-lni
■ T. B. McFABLAND,
ATTORNEY AT LAW— OFFICE, SOUTHWEST
comer of J and Fourth streets. Residence,
H street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth. d9-4p* .
MISS L. J. UKILOIX. M. !».,
TTOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN— OFFICE AND
JT residence, Nathan building, comer of Seventh
uiil I streets. Office noura, 8:30 A »., 2 to 4
and 7 to 8 Ml . __ dl-4plm
. E. R. WILLIS,
LEGISLATIVE AND COURT STENOORAPHEh
Office in Rrcord-Uniok Building. Orders for
any kind of shorthand work promptly attended to.
Fifteen years' experience. . Bcsidcnce, No. 1,507
Tenth street, near O. ' :' apls-4ptf
B. H. ri.TTIT. \
NO. 66 X STREET, ; BETWEEN SECOND
„ and Third, Cigar Manufacturer, and wholesale
and retail dealer in Havana Cigars, Chewing and
Smoking Tobacco, Gilt Edge Fine Cut Jliewing To-
von. Pinwi. tiU: .- ■-.•-' ' . '■-•• le3-4rlrr
; ; notice.
ON AND AFTER JANUARY 1, 18S0, STREET
Car Tickets will be s»M at five oenta each.
School Passes, two and hlf cents each. » ":
d29.tf STREET RAILWAY COMPANY.
ATTENTION, PARENTS I
DONT LET YOUR r CHILDREN. WALK TO
School. School Pajs.s on tiro street Can can
be bought at . • r .v, . '/
Painter A Sehwamb'g, Elcblh and J -I-..
FOR TWO AND A HALr CENTS EACH. I
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REWARD-
; WHEREAS ON* THE' NIGHT OF THE 22D
,' > V day ot November, 1379, ..
* ' "; PATRICK O LOr«HBAJI
'. Wa<i killed by a faH from ■> window in the Rufs
, House, San Francisco ; and, wbereas. it is suspected
. and alleged thai he was feloniously thrown frwn
i said window, by some one with intent to murder
him. I No*-, therefore, if it shall be established that
the »>id k'ATKICii : O'IOUGURAN was six mur-
■ dered as alleged ; I. William Irwin, Oovenor, will
- pay a reward of ioOO for the axre->t and eonvicliun
of themnrderer. j,-'*.; t •■•■■ ;.-;-■' j-«
. >In witness whereof, I have hereunto Ht my hand
and oiused the Great heal of the St&U to be affixed,
I and caused the Great ireal of th« UteM to be affixed, :
this the 24th December, 1579.
(•HAL.) >>■-. .' ■ WILLIAM IBW. N, Governor. a \
> ' Attest : TnoMA3 BK(, Secretary of. SUV:. , ...
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rSnndi rftft] 'lll PfTTm i '
LEQAL NOTICES. '
' PUBLIC LAND SALE.
XfOTICF/lS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN PUR-
_l^ suance of the provisions of Section 2,405 of
the Revised Statutes of the United States, and by
virtue of authority of the Hon. Commissioner of
the General Land Office, contained in letter G.,
dated November 7, 1879, we will nfler at public sale,
at theU. S Land Office, at Sacramento, California,
on the 12th d»y of FEBRUARY, 18S0, at 1 o'clock
T M., the following dcs ribed t act of land, to wit:
Ihe south half of the southeast quirter of section
twelve (12), township eleven (11) north, range five
(5) east, Mount Diablo Meridian. Containiiu'. ac-
cording to the official plat un file iv Baid otfice,
C \itn l ess my^hand this 30th day of recember,
A 'd3l'-lm4p EDWARD F. TAYLOR,' Register.
PROBATE NOTICE.
IN PROBATE COURT, STATE OF C\LIFOR-
ma county of Sacramento. In the matter of
tne estate .of ELIZA OLSEN, deceased., In
the ProbaU- Court of the county of Stwramento.
The People of the State of California, send greet-
ing • In pursuance of an order of the Hon. Robert
C. Clark, Prob..te Judge of the county aforesaid,
duly .nade and entered on the 2;th day of DECEM-
BER, 1879, notice is hereby given that MONDAY,
the 12th day of JANUARY, 1880, at 10 o'clock A. v.
of said day, at tlie Court-room, at Court house, in
the > ; v and county of Sacramento, has been ap-
pointed as the time and placeTjr hearing the ap-
plication of ANN OLSEN, praying that a docu-
ment now on file in this Court, pur(>ortiiig to ba
the last will and testament of ELIZA OLSKN, de-
ceased, be admitted to pr. hate, and that leterg
testamentary be issued thereon to ANN OLSEN,
who is named therein as executrix, at which time
and place all persons interested may appear and con-
test the same.
It is further ordered by the Court, that notice
hereof be made by publication for ten successive
days in the Record-Union, a newspaper printed and
published in said Sacramento county.
Witness my hand and the seal of said l'robate
Court hereto affixed, this 26th day of December,
A. D. 1879.
[skal.] T. H. BERKEY, County Clerk.
By C. M. Coola!», Deputy.
Fkeem an & Bates, Attorneys for Petitioner.
d;'O-llt ■
SHERIFFS SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF
sale, issued out of the Honorable District
Court of the Sixth Judicial Dißtnct of the State of
California, held in and for the county of Sacra-
mento, bearing date DECEMBER 16, 1a79, upon a
judgment and decree therein entered on the 21st
day of JUNE, 1879, in the case wherein ROOT,
NEILSON & CO. were plaintiffs and A. S. BRYANT
and others were deferents, I will, on MONDAY,
tbe 19th day of JANUAHY. A. I>., 1S»O, sell to the
highest bidder for cash, at the hour of 11 o'clock a.
M., in front of the Cuurt-housa door, the following
described property to satisfy said judgment, to wit:
the leasehold estate of A. S. BRYANT in the real
estate described as tollows : It is known as
Sharp's Point, and its boundary lines are,
commencing at ' the confluence of Snodgrasg
Slough ard Tyler Sloui'h at low-water mark,
thence up said Tyler slough 1,200 feet, more or less,
lv a certain alder tree marked with a blaze and
further designated by a post planted by said tree ;
thence in an easterly direction f>«o feet, to the cor-
ner of the fence on the old ditch ; thence in a south-
erly direction in a straight line on across Snodgrass
levee, touching an alder tree, to Snodgrass slough,
a distance of 700 feet, more or less, the point being
designated by a post planted iv the ground on the
westerly bank of said slough ; tnence down said
Snodgrass slough to the place of bi ginning. The
sawmill buildhur and machinery and fixtures and
appnrtenanees situate on the rial estate above de-
scribed, all of said property being in the county of
Sacramento, State of California.
..: : M. M. DREW, Sheriff.
December 26, 1579. d 27
PROBATE NOTICE.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY- OF SAC-
rtmento — In Probate Court. In the matter of
the estate of JOHN BENNETT, deceased. Notice
is hereby given that CARL HALVERSON has filed
in this Court his verified petition asking that a de-
cree be entered that the Executrix of the estate of
said JOHN BENNETT, deceased, convey to him, said
CARL HALVERSON, under and in accordance with
the terms of a certain written emitraet entered into
between said Bennett and Halverson, that certaiu
real estate in said county and State, described and
bounded as follows : Beginning at the intersection
of tbe west line of a county road and the south line
of the land constituting the right of way of the
Sacramento Valley Railroad, tlicuce with the line
of fence on the west side of said county road south
SJ" east 1?.73 chains, to a stake witnessed by a
stump in the ditch ; thence at right angles south
88}* west 9.32 chains to a stake in the ' west side of
private road near an orchkrd ; thonce north west
14.61 ohains to a stake in the line of fence on the
south side of the Sacramento Valley Railroad, two
feet east of a gate ; thence with said fence north
57}* east 10.64 chains to the place of beginning, con-
taining sixteen acres, and being the northeast six-
teen acres of the real estate described in said con-
tract of sale betn-een said Bennett and Halvtr-on.
And that this Court has by order duly enured
herein on the *22d day of December, 1879, appointed
MONDAY, the 2Cth day of January, 18»0, at 10
o'clock A. m., at Its Court-room in Sacramento, Cal.,
as the time and place for hearing said petltkm.
Dated Sacramento, December 22, 1579.
■i [B«Al.] •'■ T. H. IiKKKKV, Clerk.
d24-lm By C. M. Coomt, Deputy Clerk.
CONSTABLE'S SALE.
BY VIRTUE OF AN FXFCUTION TO ME
directed, from the Court of Thomas W.
Uilmer, a Justice of the Peace, in ami for the city of
Sacramento, and county of Sacramento, .Slate of
California, on a certain judgment rendartd rein
ou the 21st day of AUGUST, A. D. 1879, in favor of
C. E. lIANLETT and H. E. GRF.ER, doing busi-
iu'«« as " Ranlctt k Greer," and against GKORGE
Wr lili. for the sum of $09 46, and there is now due
on said judgment the sum of *">1 63-100, and interest
on s iiil sum at the rate of 7 per cent, per annum
from tbe 21st day of AUGUST, A. 1> 1»79, together
with accruing costs, I have levied upon at d seized,
and *hall expose for sale at public auction, at the
Court House door, comer of Seventh end 1 streets,
in the city of Sacramento, on the 9th <ltv of
JANUARY. A. I>. 1890, at th. boor of 10 o'clock
A. M., all the right, title, inwre.-.t and claim of the
sai.l OEOROE « EBB of, la and to the following
described real property, to wit : The south half of
the southwest quarter (S. \, S. W. }) of section
twenty-one (21), the northwest quarter (N. w. J of
Bection twenty-eight (28), and fractional northeast
quarter (N. E. i) of section twenty-nine (J9), all in
townaMp No. 7 noith, range 5 eait, Mount Diablo
base and meriJian, to fatiefT said execution.
Dated Sacramento, this 9th day of December,
a. r>. is7i>.
WILLIAM J COOPER, Constable.
L. S. TAVtOK, Plaintiff's Attorney. d!0-law4wW
SUMMONS. ..
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAC-
J^ ramehto 89. In the DUtrict Court of tht
Sixth Judicial District. Tbe people of the State of
California to JOHN K«>i.HFOiu>, Fli X STfc YENS
IiIRCH,' JULIA A. B STEVENS and FRANK
STEVENS,; greeting: You are herc-b\ summoned
to answer' the nomplaiiit of C. W. SIDDALL,
in saiit'COnTt filed against you, within ten
ilavs from the service of this writ, exclusive
of the day .of service, if eerred OB you in
this county ; if served out of this county, but
within this Judicial District, withiu twenty days ;
but if served oli you without said district, then in
forty days from such service, e\< lumvc of the day
of pcrvica, in an action commenced ou the 13th day
Of DECEMIIM!. 1879, in said Court. Said action is
brought to obtain a decree oi Ibia Court, requiring
tbe abore-naMed defendant! tos'.'t forth the nature
of their several claims in an 1 to tbo following
described property, to w.t : Lois Nog. 2 and 3, in
the> block between and O, Fourteenth anil Fif-
teenth ptrettf. in the city of Sacrann nto. county of
Sacramento-, State of California; that by decree
it niav be adjudged that the said defendants or
either of them have no right, title or interest in
said premises, an'l that .the title of ibe plaintiff
thereto is good and valid, and that the said defen-
dants and each of them be debarred from
asserting any claim whitever to t aid |Hremises ad-
verse to this plaintiff, and for general relicf — all of
which is fully stated iv the complaint on file herein,
to which special reference is hereby nude. And
you are hereby notified that if you fail to answer
the complaint as directed, plaintiff will take default
against you, and apply to the Court for judgment
for the relief prayed for therein.
In Ustimony whereof, I, Thomas 11. Berkey, Clerk
of the Sixth Judicial District Court aforesaid, do
hereunto set mv hand aid affix the seal of said
Court, at ottice in the city of Sacramento, this 13th
day of DECEMBER, A. D. 1879. ••
18BAL.] ' THOMAS H. BERKEY, Clerk.
By J. 11. Pajinkm., Deputy Clerk.
L. S. Tavlor, Attorney for Pla ntiff.
d24-iaw2mW .
Halls
BALSAM
Cures Colds, Pneumonia. Bonchitis, Asthma, Croup,
Whooping Cough, andVall diseases of the Breathing
Organs.' It soothes and heals Membrane o the
Lungs, inflamed aod poisoned by the diseas and
prevents the night-sw«ats and tightness across tt.o.-
chest which accompany it. CONSUMPTION is noU
mi incurable milady. It ia only necessary to have,
the right remedy, and HALL'S BALSAM is t!»t
remedy. DONT DESPAIR OF I;KLIr F, for tbia.
benign specific- will cure you, even though praff*.
lional aid fails. ■
HENRY'S
CARBOLiC SALVE
THS. MOST POWERFUL URALIXa'AGEST
EVER DISCO rSR KO.
Henry's CarboKc Salve .cures, the Worsl Sores.
Henry's Carbolic S&lvm allcjs^the P»!n of Burns.
Henry's CarV>ollc Salve cyja all ErupUnns. I
Henry's Carbolic Salve htals PimrJcs and Blotches.
Henry's Carbolic Salve will cure Cuts and Bruises.
tir Astt ' r .-, Ilnvty and Tnkc \.i Olhcr
K3~ BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS; "ES
John Henry, Curran & Go.,
; '/: ','. -, „ .. SOI.B PiSi.I'RIKTO, 8,
S. m (OLLKui-: , I'LICE, >EVf iork.
H. C. KIRK & CO., SACRAMENTO,
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