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THE DAILY RECORD-UNICm,
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British Mutual Society to-night.
Spiritual seance to night.
Coucordia L- <,'._- 1.,., i.-ht.
Charles Mitchell not Poundmaster.
Occidental Encampment to-night.
Lost Ear_ Drop
Street Railway— Property Owners.
11. .1. Simmons ti Co., to-morrow.
Home Mutual— Management.
Notice to Creditors— Albert Aekerman.
W. A. Briggs— Office Removed.
For -11.-s— rant ,
J. It. Meister, Apothecary.
Closing Out— U, Ta abenhe
Wanted — Booms.
Electro Therapeutic Baths.
New "Singing Class— Prof. J. L. Skinner.
Preliminary Examination.— The prelim
inary examination of David Beveriilge anil
.Tone; Demarte, charged with the murder of
Charles Hallen, a herder, November
27th, on the Lagoon, was commenced before
Justice Pas. hal Oiggins yesterday, in the
County Court-room. District Attorney
Blanchard and City Attorney Buckley are
engaged in the prosecution, and C. T. Jones
represents the defendants. A large number
of witnesses have been subpenaed, and the
examination will continue foj several days.
Coroner Vermilya was the first witness
sworn, and testified concerning the inquest,
the condition of the body when examined,, as
to the body being found on the bed, and as to
the articles found in the pom of the deceased,
and the cause of the death. No money was
found on his person, though Beveridge claims
to have paid him §180 a short time before.
Dr. C. H. Fisher, who held a post mortem
examination, also testified that the cause of
death was a bullet tired into the back of the
head and ranging to the front, entering in
such a way as to indicate that the body was
in a reclining position. Robert Fincher was
next sworn, and testified that he was a sheep
owner, and that in company with K.'lsev
Hobday he inquired if any of his sheep had
been .taken by Beveiilge, the employer of
the herder.' The defense objected to a state
ment of the conversation held, and the Court
deferred Any ruling on the point until to
day. Fine her further testified that on the
next morning he visited the ranch of Martin
Muiis.h and Beveridge and found a hide with
the brand of deceased upon it. He talked
with the proprietors aid they promised to
show him their flock of sheep. This witness
will further testify again this morning at 10
o'clock, to which time Court adjourned. The
officers evidently think they have accumu
lated sufficient evidence to bold the prisoners,
but no testimony vet given to the pub
lic warrants the presumption. The theory of
the prosecution is, that Beveridge had stolen
Pinchers sheep,.and that upon learning that
Hallen bad informed Fincher of the fact,
killed tbe only witness to the felony, and was
assisted by the Italian ; • that lie caused the
"latter to do tbe deed. 'Lie defense, however,
claim that they cannot only establish their
innocence, but also show that the prosecution
is the result of malice on the part of some of
the witnesses, and that the latter know even
more about the iiiurdci-thaii either of the de
To Pioneers— lnformation* Wanted.—
The Director of the United States Geological
Kurvc-y^in conjunction with the Superintend
ent of the (tenth) (Jeusu?, has made arrange
ments for the preparation of a series of re
ports on the mining industry of the Pacific
coast. The history of t.he discovery and de
velopment of the metal deposits east of the
Sierras will be carefully traced, and it is de
sired to obtain full partial— in regard to
th,' early plucer dirtyings at the mouth of
Gold Canyon, near the Canon river, Western
Utah. These diguing were discovered iv the
spring of the year 1850, and it is hoped that
some of the pioneers crossing the plains in
that year may be able to give the information
desired. The name of the discoverer, and
the manner in which the discovery was made,
are point.-, of especial interest. Any assist
ance given will be gratefully acknowledged in
the records arid publications of the Geological
Survey. Communications on this subject
may be addressed to Eliot Lord, Box '270,
Virginia City, Nevada.
Society Matters. — The Masonic Ceme
tery Committee met Sunday afternoon at
Masonic Hall and organized by electing the
foil. .wing officers for the ensuing year : Je
rome C. Davis, President; S. H. Gerrish,
Vice-President ; Wm. M, l'etrie, Treasurer ;
Charles 31. Cogian, Secretary ; William L.
Hemdon, Superintendent of Cemetery
The Masonic Board of Relief met at Masonic
Hall Sunday afternoon and organized by the
election of the following officers for the endu
ing year : K. C. Atki it son, President ; Win.
R. Janes, Vice-President ; Wm. B. Davis,
Treasurer ; 11. K. Wick, Secretary; John
McArthur, Executive Committee At the
regular semi-annual meeting of the General
Relief Committee, I. O. O. F., of this city,
held at Odd Fellow.-.' Temple, the following
officers were elected : President, Albert Man
ning ; Secretary, J. W. Johnson ; Treasurer,
H. li. Nelson.
Police Court. — In the Police Court yester
day, the following business was transacted:
Fred. Johnson for vagrancy, bond of (100
forfeited; John W. Welch, disturbing the
peace, discharged; P. Hughes, for being
drunk, fined $10 and costs; Charles Stanfield
and Edward Devier, for discharging firearms,
discharged ; James Dailey and Henry Davis,
for vagrancy, sentenced to ten days in Coun
ty Jail ; Thomas Kelly, discharged.
Arctic Weather.— At i, a. m. Sunday the
thermometer was down to 27*, at 2 P. ____. 43",
at li P. _ . 30°, 9v. v. 46°. Monday morning
at li o'clock it bad crawled down to 23° 9"
below freezing and there was a very heavy
white front, and ice ■ quarter of an inch
thick formed in buckets out of door*. The
wind is from the south ami the barometer in
dicates a — probably a storm of wind
A Fatal Ride. — Monday morning, before
it was light, two tramps attempted to steal
a ride on the overland express train as it was
passing Blue Canyon, when one fell under the
wheels and was crushed to death. An inque-t
was held yesterday, and the verdict was one
of accidental death. • :
Water Works Report. — John A. Cun
ningham, Chief Engineer of the Water
Works, reports that during last week 8,676,
--750 gallons- of water were pumped, and 935
cubic feet of coke were consumed.
Paid to the State.— County Treasurer D.
E. Callahan, of Sacramento, yesterday made
his settlement with the State for the quarter
ending the 12th instant, and paid to the Con
troller the sum of $100,320 36.
Freight Movements. — car of mer
chandise and 1 of oil were forwarded to the
Fast yesterday. Three cars of merchandise,
1 of beer, 8 of wood, 1 of oil aad 2 of sun
dries arrived here.
Commercial.— Arrived Sunday, steamer
Neponset from the upper Sacramento, with
produce; arrived yesterday, steamer; San
,1,,:.,,-.!.. No. 3, light, •**•**» departed with a
' Skipped- — Fred Johnson, a bunko operator,
Who was arrested by officer Jackson several
week's ago on » charge of vagrancy, skipped
the town yesterday, thereby forfeiting his
bond of 5100.
TnE Court Rules.— The rules for the Su
perior Court, which were to have been submit
ted yesterday. wer= still in the hands of the
printer and their adoption was postponed
Track Laying.— A gang of about thirty
men weie yesterday engaged laying the ties
and sleepers on the Tenth street railway line,
and the iron rails were also put down from X
to L street.
Another Theft.— Sunday "night thieves
burglarized Harvey's Hotel at Gait, and es
caped with an overcoat and a suit of clothes.
Auction Sale. — M. J. Simmons & Co. to
morrow will sell, at their rooms, 412 J street,
175 yards of Brussels aud three-ply carpets.
Trade-Mark.— Conrad Baker yesterday
filed in the Secretary of State's office his claim
to a trade-mark for " Crystal Castor Oil".
The following directory of State officers
j and members of the Legislature is published
for the convenience of the public: ■ . *
j GovernorO. C. Perkins..... 1100 H street
Lieutenant-C'ivernor John Mansfield.. Golden Eagle
Secretary of state D. M. 8um5....... .1516 street
Controller D M K enft _d Golden E -.de
Mate Treasurer John JJ'iil 1111 X street
Attorney-General A L. Hart 1204 O street
Survey r-General •'- JV. >h.uikliii. . .1571 Seventh st
Superintenteiid nt of Public Instruction
F. M. Campbell Corner Sixteenth and L sts
Superintendent cf State Printing .1. U.
Young ti-.O street, het. Fourth and Fifth
State Engineer W. H. Hall 1.33 II street
■ ''' STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION.
James L. King, First Distri.t....'.
M M. Drew, st-cond District L, bet. Sth and Sth
JVarren button, Third District.
T. D. beiakel l, Fourth District Capital HoUl
Jo -ei.h S. Cone, First District Capital Hotel
C. J. Beer — cher, See ml District state House
George Ittoneman, Third District.. .... Goldeu Eagle
Lieut. -Gov. -I. Mansfield (President)... Golden Eagle
M. D. Boruck (Secretary) .Golden Eagle
A. Wi,. : (Sergeant-at-Arms) Golden Eagle
Anderson, W. L Capital Hotel
baker, George __" 1010 Eighth street
Burt, ti. IJ 812 X street
Brown, W. H Go., Eagle
Oarlock, A. IS. Southeast corner F and 'tenth streets.
T.li _,!-. Warren 1109 F street
Cheney, W. A 705 M street
Conger, C. 0 Golden Eagle
Pans, E. A Golden Eagle
Desty, Kabul (Sot arrived.)
Dickinson. J. II 1222 Tenth street
Enos, John S Pacific H*.-l
George, Wm L, between Seventh and Eighth
Glascock, U.II IOOS Cut. street
0 irinan, J- <-' 715 >1 street
Harlan, J. ii 715 M street
Hill, JV. J .1203 Tenth str. et
Hi-ell, T. II 1222 Tenth street
Hudson, A. r 603 Tenth strut
Johnson, G. L... 715 1 street
Johnston, William Gulden Eagle
Kane, 'I bom— i Cor. Eighth and Oak avenue
Kelly, Martin 715 M street
Lampion, — . M Golden Eagle
Langluru, B. F. . . ." Arcade
M. lreland, W. JV Corner M and Iseventh
Nelson, T. X Empire House
Neumann, Paul , liii Tenth street
Xve, S. 0 .' State House
Pardee, E. 11 .Arcade Hotel
Pool, 11. M 204 X street
Howell, C Tenth street, between 1 and J
Kyan, P. II iH.K. street
Satterwhite, J. Vi Golden Eagle
Sears, JV. 11 Golden Eagle
Traylor, W. W Golden Eagle
Wat -,..., It. J 721 41 street
Wendell, -IT Northwest coiner Eighth and 0
(Tort '. P 1212 Tenth street
Zuck, J. C 1010 Eighth street
.1. V. Cowdery, Speaker Howard House
C. E. Gunn, Chief Clerk..corner Tenth and I streets
H. Vi. Parker, Scrgcant-at- Arms.. cor. 16th and M sts.
Adam-, James .Golden Eagle
Anthony, E - ..Capital Hotel
Bass, J. S. P American EagH:
Bennett, A .' Mate House
Braunhart, S Golden Eagle
Brooks, .Max Capital Hotel
Brown, 11- R. Capital Hotel
Brown, J. P Capital Hotel
Bruner, E J, between Sixth and Seventh
Brusie, L Capital Hotel
Burns, John v 721 M street
Cameron, JV. W. Capital Hotel
Carr, S State House
Carr, I. 11 716 M street
Chamberlain, T. L Capital Hotel
Chandler, A. L State House
C. iffinan, Vi. F.. . t-. 37 X street
Coleman, C Capital Hotel
< ',„ ,ii .1 11 International Hotel
Cooper, L. F.... 72) M street
Corcoran, H. J 325 M street
Cuthbert, JV. JV !K>B Tenth street
Del Valle, R. F Golden Eagle
Dimond, I) _ 712 Tenth street
Downs, K. C Golden Eagle
Dußrutz, A.B .712 Tenth street
Durham, W. Vf 721 M street
Estee, C. 1. ....Capital Hotel
Felt on. C. N Arcade
Fin! i: -on. J. R Howard Hou-e
Fox, C. X Aicade Hotel
Fraser, T ...Capital Hotel
Friiik.'li • Capital Hotel
Garibaldi, __■. J 715 M street
Goff, v. P. T 887 M street
irley, 11. A Howard House
Green, P. M 1212 Tenth stree
Hardy, I. J "29 L street
rrs, J. J BOOK street
ll'i-sliv, li. N 715 M street
Hynes, James : Capital Hoi el
Jo3sclyn, E. S Capital Hotel
Lane, M 'ity Hotel
Leach, F. A. .Northwest corner Eighth and O streets
Leadbetter, W. lt 903 Tenth street
Levee-, J Western del
M , nin ■, A. P. 1320 Tenth street
Mathews, Vi. V Capital 11.. 1
y,,x JV. i: Howard House
Maybell, S •'• • • v tv Hotel
McCalli. li, J. J City Hotel
Het .„ ,i , A. P "21 Eighth street
McCarthy J.J 1820 Tenth street
ilcComas, R • State House
McDade, J.J 715 M street
Mcintosh, E. .1 , State House
Merry, T. II Capital Hotel
Messenger, 11. A.... 1319 street
Morse. L. G Sixth street, near .1
Mulholland, C 705 M street
Nelson, James Capital Hotel
Picket, G : City Hotel
Style C. G. Capital Hotel
sinon, Vi. J 909 Tenth street
Sherburn, D.N American E .gle Hotel
Spencer, J. D ' "21 M street
Stanley, 11. V Lull House
Stoddard, C. L Capital Hotel
Streeter, 11. - S. W. cor. Eighth and N streets
Sweetiaud, J.l) State House
Tyler G. JJ' Capital Hotel
Walker, A. M 725 L street
Ward. li. II Capital Hotel
JJ'ason, M S. Vi. corner Eighth and N streets
Wasson, Joseph 406 X street
Watson, C. C HOS O street
York, J. L 1112 Eleventh street
Young, J. N...'. Fifth and J streets
Merchandise Report. — The following
freight for Sacramento passed Ogden on the
9th and 10th : Huntington, Hopkins k Co.,
230 iron channels, 30 plates boiler iron, 131
plates steel, 6Q shapes steel, 28 boxes nails, 4 '
cases hardware, 5 boxes copper rivets ; D.W.
Earl, 20 steel shoes, 20 steel dies ; Central
Pacific Railroad Company, 1,000 car springs,
50 barrels engine oil, 5 boxes lamps; F. 8.
Taylor, 50 barrels spirits ; F. Ruhstaller, 5
barrels beer ; S. Linman, 1 box dry goods ;
Hall, Luhrs & Co.. 22 boxes fish : H. F.
Whitney, 2 boxes clothing ; H. A. Weaver, 2
bundles per; R. Stone, 2 boxes hardware,
1 box saddlery ; Billingsley & Co., 2 cases
brushes ; Gus. Lavenson, 1 case glass sign ;
11. C. Smith, 2 boxes stationery; Booth &
Co., 20 boxes fish; John Breuner, 2 cases
furniture, 6 cases finished marble; Ben Cohen,
4 boxes oilcloth ; W. D. Comstock, 9 bundles
red stripes ; Jones & Givens, 2 boxes hard
ware ; Painter & Schwamb, 1 box moldings ;
H. S. Crocker, 1 box hardware ; Adams,
McNeill k Co., 1 case cigars; Continental
Oil and Transportation Company, 1 car of oil
Caught at Last.— Officer Jackson and
Sergeant Melody of the San Francisco police
force, about 12 o'clock last night, arrested
Henry Whitehurt, alias Henry Potter. He
. was the Treasurer of St. Mary's Total Ab
stinence Society in San Frai cisco, and was
arrested on several charges of embezzlement.
He was charged with having forged orders
on the Hibernia Bank for §1,430, nearly the
full amount of the deposits of the society
which he represented, and when arrested he
gave bonds in the sum of .*O,OOO, which he
forfeited by leaving the city. He went to
Sutro, but the officers chased him away, and
then he tried the effect of the Bodie climate.
Not finding it congenial, however, he took his
departure just in advance of the Sheriff. He
bad been in Sacramento but a few days and
was employed as cook at the City Hotel. He
leaves for a visit to his friends at the Bay
Inaugural Ball Committee.— Another
meeting of the Inaugural Ball Committee
was held last evening at Judge Denson's of
fice, and all arrangements for the compli
mentary ball to be tendered to Governor
Perkins, this evening were completed. The
appointments for the occasion are most am
ple, and nothing has been neglected or spared
to make it an entire success. A request
from the Matron of the Protestant Orphan
Asylum, that she and two young ladies of
the Asylum be granted admission to the ball,
as spectators, was, on motionH! r a *'
Appointed and .Coskibmed. — Gov
ernor yesterday appointed A. L. Rhodes to
be Regent of the State University, vice Cas
-1 serly, resigned; W. H. L. Barnes to be
Major-General of the National Guard of
I California, vice E. J. Lewis, resigned ; and
: W. T. McNutt of San Francisco, Wallace !
Even of Alameda, Jacob H. Neff of j
Placer, A. C. Chapman of Butte, and A. P.
Whitney of Sonoma, to be State Prison Di- •
j rectors." As soon as the appointments were |
made they were sent the Senate and unan- .
imously confirmed. .*.'.'
Taken In.— Last night a lodging-house on I
Third street, between L and 51, was robbed j
j of a fine pair of blankets and a suit of i
clothes. The officers were led to believe that
some men having rooms near by were the '
burglars, and they were arrested late in the
night. Jim: White was arrested by officer |
Woods and local officer Cafferty, and J. W. :
Peck and Wm. Robinson were arrested by ;
| officers Eldred and Frazee. ■; . _,:; -A
j Arrests.— The following . arrests were ,
I made yesterday : Ah Sing, for petty larceny,
! by citizen Magiunis ; . Jim White, for burg- j
1 lary, by officer Woods and local officer Mc
i Cafferty ; J. W. Peck and William Robin-
I son, for -burglary, - by. officers . Eldred : and
Frazer. • , "- , ■■
: fi On Time. — The road is now clear and all
\ trains are running on time. In the mountains
I the weather is, clear and cold, and no fears
' are entertained of further trouble at present.
BOARD OF CITY TRUSTEES.
The Board of City Trustees met yesterday,
' with all the members present. The report of
John A. Cunningham, Chief Engineer of the
Water Works, was received.
A communication was received ftom the
Board of Health reciting that, "whereas,
from information communicated to the Board,
it appears that the dumping of garbage into
China slough is still carried on, in spite vf
the most strenuous efforts of the force as now
controlled ; therefore be it resolved, that the
Board of Trustees of the city be requested to
appoint one or more special officers to attend
to this matter, and see that the i.uisance be
' * OBDEES PASSED.
The following orders were passed : That
the City Surveyor and City Auditor be. and
they are hereby directed, to prepare a state
ment of all moneys extended upon the levees
and drainage canals (excepting the V street
.•levee) since the formation of Levee District
No. 1, in order that the same may be pre
sented to the Trustees of said district for set
tlement. ■-• *• ■"■- x -■ f -.-'
. That the President of this Board be author
ized to appoint a special officer, whose duty
shall be (under the direction of the Board of
Health) to prevent all offensive matters from
being deposited in or on the banks of Sutter
Lake, and such other duty as he may direct,
and at such salary and for such length of time
as he may think fit.
. That the contractors for graveling N street,
from Sixth to Tenth, be allowed thirty days'
extension of time for the completion of said
STREET RAILWAY SUIT.
Trustee Knox introduced resolutions, re
citing that whereas the present Street Rail
way Company have persistently refused to
ke*p the streets alongside their tracks in good
order, as required by law, and have recently
removed the rails from large portions of their
road, in gross violation of previously acquired
rights of large numbers of the people, "thereby
committing an outrage on the community,
and treating with contempt the authority of
this Board, therefore it is ordered, that the
City Attorney be directed to institute nec
essary legal proceedings to have their charters
or franchises declared forfeited, and also to
commence a criminal prosecution against W.
L. I'ritchard, J. H. Miller and P. Chatter
ton, for creating and maintaining a nuisance
in certain streets and highways, and. the
President of this Board is hereby authorized
to engage additional counsel in this matter."
The resolutions were laid over for one week.
J. H. -tiller, Secretary of the Railway
Company, being present, the Board informed
him that the City Railway Company would
not be permitted to cross over the railroad
track at Eleventh and R streets.
BILLS — ADJOURNMENT. ,
After allowing the following bills the Board
adjourned : George Schrotb, £17 05 ; F. Me-
Manus, SO ; Whittier, Fuller & Co., S4 : All
Han, SO ; J. T. Barron, St! ; M. S. Hammer,
Sl 50 ; Huntington, Hopkins 4; Co., $62 55 ;
-I. W. Watt, $34 10 ; Root, Neilson k Co.,
$15 72 ; Kvan k Miller, 888 88 ; .1. C. Plum
mer, $106 54 ; George Meller, §331 22 ; Geo.
Murray, $32 10 ; John Q. Brown. $727 78 ;
Gribble,& Joseph, $105 25; L. F. Bassett,
$154 50 ; H. H. Linnell k Co., $14; Foun
tain Bros, $88; E. R. Knox, tor laboreis,
$22 ; M. Nolan, $12; P. Quinn, 86 50; M.
Daly, $27 50 ; Tom Burns, $22 ; B. Roach,
$10 50; Harry Boyle, $11; R. Shay, $9;
M. C. Kyne, 89 50 ; G. G. Avey, 82 ; B.
W. Griffith, 82 ; S. H. Davis, 81 25 I R. 3.
Merkley, 8938 77 ; George Murray, 8119 90 ;
Ryan & Miller, $244 22; Daily Bee, 83 25.
Tribulations ok an Officer.— ln De
cember, 1870, a China bouse on I street was
robbed of property and money to the value of
$410. January 2, 1880, a warrant was issued
by Justice Gilmer for the arrest of the sup.
posed thieves. Deputy Constable ' Sanders
took the warrant to San Francisco, and he
and a San Francisco officer arrested upon it
Yung Ah San and Ah Fung Chi (a woman).
The warrant bore the certificate of the
County Clerk as to Justice Gilmer being a
Justice of the Feace, but it had no seal, as
the County Clerk then had no seal under the
new Constitution, and could not have until
the Superior Court adopted one. The Chief
of Police at San Francisco deemed the war
rant, as certified, faulty, and agreed to hold
the prisoners until it could be amended.
Sanders returned to Sicramento, and
the Clerk procured the seal of the Board
of Supervisors and affixed its stamp to the
certificate, and Deputy Constable. W. 1).
Ferral, took charge of the case and went be
low and got the p_riso___ers,lbut was met by a
writ of habeas corpus and had to answer be
fore Superior Judge Evans. M. S. Horan,
by his procurement, appeared for the people,
while Davis I-ouderl— appeared for the
petitioner for the writ. The hearing came on
on Tuesday and the writ was dismissed. Fer
ial hurried his prisoners away and crossed the
bay with them to get out of the San Francis
co jurisdiction, intending to wait in Alameda
county for the up train, but a new deputy of
the new Sheriff of San Francisco,' followed,
and overhauling him on the end of the Oak
lank wharf, served a writ on him to bring the
waman before Superior Judge Cary, on the
18th, by order of the Supreir c Court. He took
advice, ard concluded to come to Sacramento
with his prisoners and return to San Francisco
with the woman in time to answer to the writ,
which he did. The case was heard ,and Judge
Cary, like Judge Evans, decided to dismiss
the writ, but was asked to withhold his de
cision a short time, which he did, and mean
while a third writ was sworn out, and tliis
time made ftturnable before the Supreme
Bench itself. To that body, on the Oth, went
the officer, and, after the case was heard and
an application made to the Court to admit
the prisoner to bail, the Supreme Court, a
full bench sitting, denied the application, and
held that the fixing of bail must be had in
the couuty from which the warrant issued.
And thus, after overcoming three writs of
habeas corpus and having the first case
brought before the new Supreme Court, and
securing its first ruling, the officer got clear
of San Francisco, finally delivered his pris
oner in Sacramento, and made his return to
Justice Gilmer. Both prisoners have since
given bail, and the hearing of the case has
been postponed a few days.
Grand Army Reception.— reception
and reunion held by the ex-soldiers and sail
ors, at Grand Army Hall, on Sixth street,
last evening, was a very pleasurable affair,
anil enjoyed until ___ late hour. A soldier's
repast of hardtack and bologna— the latter,
intended to represent the famous " salt-horse, 1 '
of field reminiscences — was i spread in
the center of the room, and received informal
attention at frequent intervals (luring the
evening. The Grand Army Brass Band and
Drum Corps were in attendance, and
occasional marches, single file, close order,
and Cher antics of soldier-life reminder, were
indulged in. Speeches were alio made ly
General Stoneman, Senator Conger, and
others, while an occasional camp-fire socg and
joke recalled the times of yore.
Concert Music— following concert
pieces will be performed by the San Francisco
Band during the intermission at the inaugural
ball this evenicg : March, " Inauguration,"
by Adams; overture, "Concert,"' Keler
Bela ; selection from Ernani, Verdi ; fan
tasia, "Amaryllis," Gys ; overture, "Fra
Diavola," Auber ; potpurri, "Chavian,"
Hanim. -. ..".-,
Relief.— ln the House of Representatives
yesterday, at Washington, Congressman Page
introduced a bill for the relief of Green k
Trainor, of this city, for a balance claimed
on a contract for furnishing supplies to troops
in 1862. .
' D.— Announcement is made that
John T. Carey has been appointed Manager
of the Home Mutual Insurance Company of
California, and will carry on its business at
the old stand in this city.
Ten lodgers slept in the station-house list
City license, water rates and dog-tags are
Two car loads of immigrants will arrive to
day on the regular emigrant train.
Sheriff Brew yesterday paid to the County
Treasurer $161, 123 collected as taxes.
Officer Harvey has a new hand satchel at
the station-house, which is supposed to have
been leu. _ . - .. _ ; _. _ ; , -, ■', '., ;
Messages for Miller & Co., T. K. Howe, 3.
F. Thomas. Matt Cuddy and XI. A. Stanley
remain undelivered at the . Western Union
The fire alarm yesterday was caused by the
burning out of a chimney at the residence of
R. H. Pettit, on Seventh street, between X
andO. .-„ ; - _,:....?. :-,„ __. .Z-^-.Y:
A team attached . to (.'hi -holm's express
wagon ran ' away on Second street yesterday
and collided, resulting in the bruising of the
The Sarsfield Guard last evening deter
mined to. give a complimentary ball some
time next month, in honor of the newly
appointed Adjutant-General and State of
ficers. ■',"• ■ if- -..■■"■ . . ... ■ '..*■.
r For the . Inaugural Ball.— Gents' fine
-white shirts, • collars, cuffs .and neckwear,,
direct from New York, at the I X L Store, J
street, between Filth and Sixth. ' r *
An Acting Governor Proclaimed by
the Legislature. "
THE TEOUBLE NOT INDED _ Y^T.
Refusal of Chamberlain to Vacate Els
ALLEGED PROGRAMME OF THE FUSIONISTS
They Vill at Ones Elect a Governor and all
A ll.lXh. HOVEMEXT IX AEG ATED.
The Republican Senators and Representa
tives in Possession of the State House.
[SPECIAL BT TEIF.<IKAPII TO TUB KECOHO-l'.MO.v.]
Boston, January 12th.— Regarding the rumored
intention of the Fusi)nist9 in the House to arrest
either Hale or Professor Young, the Adcertiser's
•correspondent at Augusta telegraphs: "Should
there be an attempt to arrest Hale or Young and
bring them in, trouble will begin. The hundreds of
armed men who h".ye been in the city for a week
could no longer be held back by the leaders, whose
voice has continually been for peace."
. , THE GOVERNORSHIP. _
_ OKU— I, January 12th.— It having been an
nounced that James D. Lamson, President of the
Senate, would this morning assume the duties of
Governor, General Chamberlain states that he shall
positively refuse to recognize his claims to that posi
•ion, and furthermoic, wil* raoognisa no one as
Governor who shall be chosen by the Legislature as
at present constituted.
The Committee on Gubernatorial Votes find that
six persons received votes for Governor — Davis,
Smith, Garcelon, Bradbury, Chamberlain and Green
leaf. The first tour would be the na-ncs from which
two would have to be chosen to send to the Senate.
Thus if the House should bo Republican and the
Senate Fusion, a Fusion Governor would he elected.
A quorum certificated would give a Republican
majority of one.
THfe RETURNED ARMS.
The Republicans feel greatly relieved that the
arms in the State House arc returned to the Arsenal,
anil consider it a great move toward a peaceful solu
Boston, January 12th.— The Journals Augusta
special of last night says: Very few Republican
members or claimants left the city to-day. Every
man, except one or two, is on hand.
OVERTURES FOR A COMPROMISE.
It is rumored that leading Fusionists to-day made
overtures for a compromise, when they were told
that the admission of the members-elect of the dis
franchised towns of Karmiiigton and Skowhegiyi
would insure* the attendance of the Republican?
This would add 14 to the 82 members. •
BLOODY WORK CONTEMPLATED.
AiotsTA, January 12th.— It is reported and be
lieved by a large number of persons that the reason
the galleries were not allowed to be occupied Friday
was because of orders to allow certain armed men con
cealed in the State Library, in case of an attempt of
the Republicans to capture the House, as the Fu
sionir-ts (eared, to come down by the short cut and
enter the south gallery with loaded muskets, and
cover the Representatives in the hall. Tbe finding
of the muskets loaded and cartridge-boxes filled
shows that bloody work wrs contemplated. Both
parties keep their movements very cloudy from all
outside members, and especially do they avoid
making soy disclosures to newspajier correspondents.
PROCEEDINGS IN THE SENATE.
AVorsr*, January 12th.— On the ass mbling of
Vie Senate this morning, President Lams in sent a
letter announcing that he assumed the duties of
Senator Ellis, cf Waldo, was chosen President pro
The Committee on Gubernatorial Totes reported
the whole number of rotes as 138,807; necessary
for choice, t.9,40i. Daniel F. Davis had 88,770;
Joseph 1., smith, 47,04 i); Alnnzo Garcelon, 21.514;
Bton Bradbury, 203 ; Daniel F. David, 202. The re
mainder were scattering.
On tlie proposition t.i hold a Joint Convention for
the purpose of qualifying an acting Governor, Locks
of Cumberland made a long speech, in which he re
viewed theae i..n •>■- the Governor and Council, and
took up the cases of the couuted-uut members and
the irrounds upon which they were count out.
Locke claimed that the certilicates issued by the
Governor and Council to those not chosen were not
legal, and the Aits passed by such a body would
not bo recognized by the Courts or obeyed by the
Barker and Strickland, in reply, claimed that to
all intents and purposes this is a legal Legislature,
tie members holding i artificatt -. from the Governor
and Council. They meant, as honorable gentlemen,
to do the fair tiling when an investigation should
take pkee before a proper committee of the Legis
PROCLAIMED ACTING GOVERNOR.
Tlie Joint Convention was formed, and in the
presence of the Secretary of State and several mem
bers of the Council John D. Lamson took the oath
and was proclaimed acting Governor of the State.
But six members were present in the House, and
it adjourned without transacting any business.
FUSIONIsT PBOGBA-— -.
Aye— January 12th. — It is announced that the
Fusionists will proceed at once to the election of a
Governor and all the State officers. This is the gen*
eral feeling. It is still claimed that Lamson wil
nut lie recognized as Governor by Chamberlain
ORDER ISSUED BY GENERAL CHAMBERLAIN.
AtocsTA, January l'2lh. -General Chamberlain
has issued the following order
H_U >W7— I— au Ist DOT. Mains Militia, 1
Aloi'STA, January 12th. >
General Orders No. 3.
First — attention of all military organizations
now in the service of the State, and all men liable
to military duty in this State, is directed to the
following orders :
"Statu of Maine, Acjitast General's Office, 1
" Atoi sta, January .'.th. )"
" General Order -No. li.
"Fiist — several counties of this State arc
constituted into the first division of the militia
of Maine. Kccond Major-General Jo bua L.
Chamberlain is assigned te the command of the
First Division. Third The commanding officers of
all military organizations accepted into the service
of the State are required to rejtort to him. He will
be obeyed and respected accordingly. By order of
the Governor and Commander-in-Chief.
"S. D. LEAVITT Adj't-Gcncral.
"State of Maine, Adjutant-General's Office,)
" AioiSTA, January sth. /
" Special Order No. 4.").
" Major General Joahua L. Chamberlain is hereby
authorized and directed to protect the property and
institutioiiS of the State until my successor is duly
qualified. ALONZO GARCELON, Governor."
Second— l am now discharging the duties thus de
volved on me, in protecting the public property and
institutions of the state until a Governor is legally
elected and duly qualified.
Third Particular attention is called to the law
rendering it unlawful for any body of men, other
than a regularly organized corps of militia, without
authority especially given, to associate themselves
together as a military company .r organization, or
to parade in public with arms. .--.-*
Fourth — All persons and organizations will take
m: ice accordingly, and all authorized military organ
isations will understand that they are to report to
m.- for order, uutil they are otherwise ordered by or
JOSHUA [.. CHAMBERLAIN*, Major General.
Official : Frank E. Kte, Major and A. A. G.
A FLANK MOVEMENT— REPUBLICANS IN TOS-
SESSION OF THE STATE-HOCSE.
- Arms' TA, January 12th.— twenty minutes to C
o'clock this evening the Republican members of the
Senate and House . f Representatives proceeded to
the State-bonse for the purpose of organizing the
Legislature. ' The movement was entirely unknown
to the Fusionists, and but few of the Republicans
outside of the immediate members were aware of the
position of affairs.
The news that the Republicans had taken pos
session of the State-house spread rapidly and caused
great rejoicing among the Republicans, who have
been* impatient to have this result brought about.
-Mr. Lanison, President of the Senate, when he
saw the people assembling, proceeded to General
Chamberlain's headquarters and excitedly said : '• I
protest against these men coming in." The General
informed Mr. Lamson that he should permit the men
to stay as long as they pleased. ■ - ;
There was no forcible resistance whatever. -. The
halls were lighted, the mino' officers of the previous
Legislatures, familiar with the premises, taking hold
and lending their assistance. - - -•::_.
IN THE SENATE, •;
Hon. Jeremiah Hinely, Jr., called the meeting to
order, and Austin Harris was called to the chair.
Prayer was offered by Rev. Dr. Butler, a member of
the House. \ Charles. W. Turner, Assistant Secretary
of the last Senate, called the roll, and eighteen Sen
ators responded to the call. ' A quorum Ms an
nounced present, all being Republican?, who pro
ceeded to qualify, the oath being administered by
Hon. William — . stra lon. - Andrew S. Smith was
declared Senator from Lincoln county on the face of
the returns. Joseph A. Locke was c vot-eii President,
receiving all the votes thrown— nineteen. Charles
Vi. Tilden was chosen secretary, and George E
Brackett, of lelfast, Assistant Secretary.
.ORDER PASSED. :..!?-
The following order was passed : Ordered, that
a committee, c-.nsisling ol* three membersof the
Senate, be appointed by the President to report to
the Senate, for its action, whether the Senate shall
call upon the Justices of . l^e Supreme Court lor
their opinion touching the legal organisation of the
Senate far the Fitly -uinth Legi-tlature, and to report
for the action of "the Sena - .- such questions as the
law and facts require in the premises.
- . 'V '■-■■:■■:■■.. I.V THE BOSKS. _-
The members of the House were called to order
by ll ale. ,
Wentworth .1 Kitv.ry was male temporary
Chairman, ant 1 Smith, the Clerk, called the roll cl
the me*" bent* . -
Ail ihe Republicans responded, but the Fusionists
Lid not. ' ..-■: I i :■-■•■.- '. ■ - • -
i Eightv-flre members of the House responded to
the call, and were qualified br William Stratton,
Clerk if the Court of Kennebec county.
• Subsequently six members who were not by the
face of the returns elected on account tf defects,
which were amended under the law of IST", were '
admitted.. - .. . f ,-.. .... •*.._.. .- 2 .-. «. ,rj ■
i . George E. Weeks, J 61. "Augusta, '. was . elected
Speaker. __..-■> r. ;• -n'':> '':.n',v;-s« ' I
Alter organization. Hale offered a similar.Tesolu
tion to that passed by the Senate, calling for. the ap
pointment ol a committee to request the j opinion ol
, the Supreme Court as to the legality ol the organ.
I ization ol the House. .I ■■"*' J^sm; _>„ ' .-_.
1 In milking the resola'ieo, Hale spore of ; the ex
traordinary circumstances under which they met.
He said the object of the orga- izition was to settle
vital questions affecting the organization of the Leg
islature and State Government. The House will
' obey the decision of the Court. : - f. - '-.:: ' '
Hale's resolution was adopted unanimously, and
A. A. Str.ut, of Portland, L. Hutchison, of Lewis
ton, and Silas 0. Hatch, of Bangor, were appointed
SJch committee. •
I _ THE BRIBERY CHARGES.
[ The House Committee to investigate tl— charges
j of attempted bribery met in Bepresentative Hall.
j? VV. it. White was summoned to appear, tut did
not respond. ■He declined to recognized the aiulu.r
ityof the committee. Swanand Hag — ma— reiterated
in substance their affidavits and statements in the
House, with some additional particulars.
Solon Chase testified that he advised Swan to go
ahead and get White to commit ldinsclf and the
party, and other testimony was given, but no new
facts came out. j
On the Complexion. attributes of
beauty, and the true means of cultivating,
preserving and enhancing it, are to be ob
tained by the use of C'AiriLi.i.vE. Its sooth
ing, beautifying and cleansing properties
render it a most important toilet accessory
and household companion, not only as 8
beautifier of the skiH, but a perfect restorer,
in cases of rough -skin, pimple?, " redues=,
freckles, and, in fact, any annoyances or irri
tation of -the akin. All persons of well
regulated minds desire to possess one of the
most goodly boons.of nature — its ornamental
and most ornamental and coveted charm — a
transparent beautiful skin and color. Tbis
you will at once obtaiu by using .Wakelee's
i.'amelline. * |
J. F. Octteb's Old Bocbbon. — cele
brated Whisky is for sale by all; first-class
druggists and grocer— Trade mark Star
within a Shield. " ' z*„ j
— . — . i
< lirlsilnn Chapel.— Profc-i-or Alexander
JOHNSTON, of Oakland, will continue Divine Ser-
vice during the week at CHRISTIAN CHAPEL, on
Eighth street, between N and O, at 7 r. H. each da
['' C] jal 2-1 ■
To Those Mini Wish lo lime Removed
permanently supei liuous Hair, Freckles-. Liver
.-pot*. Black Worms, Molds, eta, 1 will send a
Recipe that will cure yon, free of charge. Th
great remedy was discovered by PROF. E. 11 INN .
the great Chemist and East India Plant Discoverer.
This great invert is guaranteed not to injure th
skin in any way whatever- Send a self -addressed
enve'ope to V. TOPPER iGenenl Agent for the
United States and Canada), 127 Montgomery street,
San Francisco, Cal. - d'26-2pl_.
John Rector, fo merit of Ibr I. ili.t- it
can be found at the Capital Colouade, Tenth street,
bet. J and K. The best liquors and cigars. dIS-lm
" Consomme, nl Ihc Forrest 1" everj
et ening from &to 12 i , 1 7 -1 in
Dr. La .War's «ciiiin«l PIUs care all
cases of Seminal We— Uie— >, Loss of Vigor, Noc-
turnal Emissions, Impotency, Nervous and Phys
cal Debility, and all that class of complaints arising
from Excess, Indiscretion or Abuse. The old find in
this remedy A FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH, and tl
young a safeguard and protection. Dr. La Mar
Sbmi.val Pills restore the Sexual Organs, debilitated
Irom whatever cause, to their pristine vigor. Price,
$2 50 per bottle, sent t. O. 11. by express to tv
address, secure from observation. Address all orders-
to A. McBOYLE k CO., Druggists, P. 0. Box 1,95
San Francisco. jvl'2-6m
; — •
When the lips are dry or starred,
When the teeth are dark or dull,
When the tongue it hot and hard.
And fills the tainted mouth too full,
The magic SOZODONT supply,
And all those ills before it fly.
s DATOJ-J-. BALL I \
IS HONOR OF
HON. GEORGE G. PERKINS
. ■'..'.. •
The Incoming State Officer**,
in in:i or TUE ii«.i>i .j RE,
TO UK UK' D AT THE
TUESDAY, JAN. 13, 1880.
i IN AUG BRAE BUL j
WILL BR FOrN'D AT
W. A. & C. S. HOUGHTON'S BOOK STORE (No.
615 J street, between Sixth and Seventh),
H. A. WEAVER'S PRINTING OFFICE and the
"BEL" OFFICE. .
IS All desiring tickets for the ball should at
once have their names, in order that the invitations
may be addressed.
S C. DENSON, Chairman.
H. A. Weaver, Secretary. JaS-tf
:___:___ , "et:r,;_q i
WEDNESDAY JiMtnv it, ism..
At 7 o'clock p. M., at the Seventh street M. E.
CHURCH SOUTH, between J and X, by
Uev.ll. A. Henderson, D.D., LL.D.
subject; "Our Girls Grave and flay
Admission .- 50 cents.
GRAND ARMY BALL!
* SIMXER POST. XO. .1, C. A. X.. :
#f * •
*W*-*»ltllll | llllllfc*i'l»'illM'i»IIH<IHIIIW
WILL GTTK A
A GRAND BALL! ||L*
:-._■— — AT-
•*!_■ to* :_*■_ _■*:____-•_ __-_----.x-,
FRIDAY.... JANUARY 1«, 1880
(For benefit of their Cemetery Fund)
Manic \by Church. Jones ' A" Beebe.
REFRESHMENTS BY THE LADIES OF ST.
Tickets (admitting gentleman and ladies), $1. j
FRUITS, SEEDS and pkoWoe.
LV©., A BAR.NES Z -
/COMMISSION MERCHANT:; AND DEALERS 1>
Produce, Vegetables, Rotter, Ess,'*, I hee«f . j
Poultry, Green and Dry- Fruits, Honey, Beans, etc.
IS Potatoes in car-load lets or less. • . _ . :
dB-lptf - - - - N"". 21 and VI J street.
K. , 'IM. .
\XTHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANT
V V and dealer ln Foreign and Domestic Fruits
'_-ars and Tobacco, Pipes and Smokers' Articles,
■itlery and Notions, mm*, Candies, etc, No. M J
treet. Sacr— — ■ ■: dll-lplm
M. T. lift: ij.lt * CO.,
•omnilsHloa Merchants and Wholesale
ifii.. os.ll.iai l ik <■ i .
,KEEJi FRim, '•" DRIED FRUIT, PROBUCE j
- Vegetables, Honty, Seeds, Alfalfa Seed, Etc, ,
' os. M and 31 4 Htrett, Sacramento.
■STAR MILLS AND MALT HOUSE
es«a--j;_s^^?^j-H.,«3»*jr*a r -^'.Tj<,-?'v'?^_s?-: - i --
-■'* f- XEl'BOl'l'.C * EASES, f-
VTt»- **•*>. w AND m »" IFTH ST., SACRAMENTO,
t^| dealers in Produce and Biciwiai* Sopplie*
a .anl actnrei-K of Halt and all kind-j ol Meals, etc
_II jatmeaVCon— neal, Cracked Whe *i. Graham Flour,
i ._ t-ealrCor—nc— , Cracked Whe V Grahatn Flour,
. -;uckwhe»* Floor, etc, ■ ...;.- fdl i -lpt f
0- •■-,' • i. YYiff . . i.-... O.;
RIIH A^flfe) -y -■■■■■- -g-
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R1 1 llairaljtl '.bd S !
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H ■" lillP**t_>fl no:
Q 1 5 ilp^i- O **• Z
8 •■'-* JS_ aga iL' H ff •"
•2 - " . __x-B_rT-" r--**« l Ww
■H «« I eMl^&BgeL Li Mil
a "I** -HSUST-'-^ i °' ;
13 Ss; fel**SHL?:'» h_r £
s B-"2 IfiSJi' Zo3
S *i-s - -4iWfe^ Cj & -
B-?j;S llfcJt R Sli
g.gg. /KSg?) n B
•__! gvf "^sf-y^' h ?
fl Jj t^ ■ S j|
KO. 28 X STREET, SACRAMENTO,
OR ORLEANS BUILDING,
MAXTFAtTFJIE-KS Wis IS! PORTER*
l' PAINTS, '■ DOORS, ~ "
I OILS, WINDOWS,
I MIRRORS, CORD,
PICTURES, SASH WEIGHTS,
FRAMES, • WALL PAPER, -
! MOLDINGS, SPONGES, ETC. j
- PIONEER WHITE LEAD.
tS The "rice for this superior article HAS AGAIN
BEEN REDUCED, and it is now the cheapest and
best PURE WHITE LEAD in this country.
The changes having been completed, the
Containing SIXTY ROOMS, is now ready to be
IS These rooms are centrally located ;V^*v
have been repainted and pap.ied; can bt_-|.- i :;l ;
connected with a large dining room on street.___l_L
flonr of building, and are desirable 'or anyone wish-
ing to permanently locate such a business in a hrst-
—_^M,M^— — — — ■W——-i^E3tt— ■
1 XOTrOHTEKS. T
I -x . . _J-
We have received during tbe last week rom the
East, via Central Pacific Railroad, the following
NEW GOODS :
GUleU'x Standard Extract Leonon..2, 4, 6
and 16 oz. J
Cf Hell's 1t. .nt, 1. Exlrnel Lemon.. 2, i andOcz
E-'it-bui t!-..n «1 iloi.lti.ts' . Ifionetl Chicken.
Kelly's Celebrated K«s) Mest Cigars.
■ fit. ... ill. -1 Conelius.
i'lMii.ii It ( tiurliiis.
Keorsicf.' i.xir;i Selected < mlli-lt.
-eorsles* lloiirlcss Codfish. i and 40 !1. boxes
Xew Ztiiit ■■ <nrr.iiil<.
face's 1 1n Tils .' and 12 inch Twist
••hci-'h "C" ..o and 12 inch Twist
Dr. let '» Cream Raking Powders (all sizes'.
Ex Snip Sam Watts :
KENTUCKY, DEXTER AND KENTON COUNTY
if: CHOICE PULL l.l TTKIt. -Sl
Adams, McM & Co.,
I WIIOLKSALE (IKOIEIi . j
91, 93 and 95 Front Street, fr -ramento.
I. - »- . _ ,-.,'- -
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m^^ m XTO 0*
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f'B iga s -*4 m '
I ft £= I ~s Q I
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f '-Aftnii m^lrimrwTiii^i *| ■ ■j-j?^
The Best «-Hole Ks_se ''f^ff^gsffif^fYff
IH TBB WOULD IS f*-?-Ti -I »_____ ~»
Uf THB WOaLD IS ■*, j^___. -^^c
FOR BALI BT -^^^W 5
lm L. LEWIS A CO., XY^f^fjY-- V
139 A 134 4 Street. U --^^mZf^^&l
d2l-3ptf -• — »
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK-
,j\ hoi <rs of the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance
Company of California will be held on TUESDAy,
FEBRUARY 10, 1 -.80, at the office on Second street,
between J 'and X, ' Sacramento, commencing at 8
o'clock p. M. JEROME C. CARROLL, Secretary. .
'.'" v.': ■;. .';•,'- JalO-lmis —i ■ .
SACRAMENTO CITY BONDS. |
THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE FUNDED
Debt Sinking Fund of the city ol Sacramento
hereby give notice that there will be in said fund
about $15,000, in gold and silver coin, applicable to
the purchase of outstanding city bonds funded
under Acts of ISSB and 1864, and they will receive
sealed I roposala until 10 o'clock of the 19th. day of
JANUARY, 1810, for the surrender of such, bonds,
with all pant due eoupous removed ther from. Ho
bids higher than 3.1 cents on tho dollar will lie con-
sidered. The Riard reserves the light to reject any
or all bills. . Adtlre -s, '! Funded Debt Commis-
sioners, Sacramento city, Cal "
H. O. IiEATTV, )
J. P. LOUD, '-Comaiissioncrs.
f-r ; - J. Q. BUOWN,. ) .
recemberlS, 1.-,7rf. dl9-3plm
MONEY TO LOAN
- IX SIMS OF 810,000 AMI i VIU'.K,
LTON APPROVED REAL ESTATE SECURITY,
:.... bt THE
; ■ dIH-i»-tl ■ - ■ -
So. « X street, bet. Third a«d Fourth.
SECOND-HAND FURNJTURE_BOOCHT AND SOLD. :
;":. tS Large stock on hand, for sale cheap for (Mh;
iff o ti o^an i
Office of JAMES I. FILTER A COi No. .13 Front street,
r.^lY ff -SACRAKINTO, BEIWEEN X AND L. -' '■-.■■A -'•'.-• '
tS All persons indebted to the old firm of WILCOX, FELTEJi & CO., will pi-use remit t.i us, who
are alone authorized to collect. Thanking all fur past patronage, ot" solicit jour further orders, which
will be promptly tilled, and sbippft. free of drayage as beretcfore. . ■■'-'■-■■-.
' .; J«JI»:» I. liilili A til , Importers nntl W_k««lesalc Liquor Dealers.
Sacramento, January 3, I— SO. . ' . Ja3-tf
■tS This prepara- i ~ — ~ — ~ — — ■. ~m~w^m W V* " m the East
tiou i.i a distillation ST****** tf*& i^h 9Jr r% HB \iV a^ lit is » CERTAIN
of selected RYE '■______£( IS ,EC Mj M*****? W I*" CUREFORCOUOHS
WHISKY and PURE %_J fT%. gjg. Bf\ ._ L_ and COLDS, and all
ROCK CANDY, and .'*—-'-" ______* M — M BRONCHIAL AF-
is having a wonder- I TRADE AIAKK.] FECTIONS.
tSA NEW AND ALMOST CERTAIN CURE FOR CONSUMPTION. A delicious cordial and a
splendid appetizer. Sold by all Leading Drufgf— i and Grocers.
GEORGE W. CHESLEY, SOLE AGENT, -'mm
Xo. SI Front Street, between J and X y ...ii.-. Sarramenio
VICTOR NOISELESS SLATES
_...'■ THE CHEAPEST AND BEST. . .
££- S. CROCKER & CO.,
.VOS. 43 AX") it J STREET. 5ACRAMEXT0......,...; SOLE AC. FATS
&H* WACHHORST, £
Gold and Silver Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry.
IS TUE LEADIXU JEWELER OF SACRAMEXTO. '...;
LARGEST STOCK.' GREATEST VARIETY I FINEST GOODS/ LOWEST PRICES/
tS In daily receipt of New Goods, direct from the factories, hence all my tustomere receive tha
benefit of buying from first bands. ,
g> Sign of. the Town Clock, CJL
d_i__i NO. 313 .1 STREET. BET. THIRD AXD FOI RTII, SACRAMEXTO. Cii__«
f . 00 3ptf
Nicoll, The Tailor,
(BRANCH Or NBW TOr.K,)
NO. 618 J STREET/BETWEEN SIXTH AND SEVENTH.
Pants 'to Order from $5. Suits to Order from $20.
tS PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. "Sl
tS Lanrest and finest stock in the city. >'0 CHINESE EMPLOYED. Being our own importer?
fur sixty stores, we are able to eel! cheaper than other Tailors.
-J1C01.1., THE T^LZZtOK,
XO. CIS J STREET. BETWEEN SIXTH AXII SEYEXTII SACRAMEXTO.
tS Samples and Roles for Self-Measurement sent FREE to any address. ills lm
f^^-J^S-.-SBT-CT-A.Xfc^ir <_fc, 1880. «^B
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S. J. NATHAN & CO.,
Nos. 301, 303, 305 X st., Northeast cor. Third, Sacramento.
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To insure good material, stipulate in
all your Contracts for Painting that nothing
shall be used except C. T. Raynolds & Co's
Pure Paints and Oils.
&£~ Painters who use C. T. Raynolds & Co's Paints and
Oils do the BEST AND CHEAPEST WORK, because PURE
•MATERIAL GOES FURTHER, LOOKS BETTER, and LASTS
LONGER than any other. __^
a.liXtm: X S poisost.
' tS DO MOT BM A BiKISII OR YEAST POWDER CW-_J-BM AH !
DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER
IS THE MOST PERFECT MADE.
CONTAINS NO ALUM ! IS FUtL WEIGHT, AND ALWAYS RELIABLE.
j CTgOBBg. j
tS Vie are just in receipt of our second ship-
Packed and selected for us by MESSRS. PEW i
SON, Gloucester, Mass. This is the best brand...'
MACKEREL in this market, and will weigh from
10 t.i if, per cent, more than other brand) now sold
here. ' Guaranteed to contain from 5 to 6 lbs of
Choice Fish, with HEADS and TAILS TAKEN OFF
Another shipment now due.
In addition to the above, we are in receipt of :
Cnr-lnnd Vflnsluw'* New. Corn.
I or ll.tr.l'-. Dime Nuggets.
Lorillard's - Dog Tall."
Evans Bros.' Breakfast Itacon. '" __
Dansmun A D. " Horseshoe .Navy."
100 DOZEN ST. LOUIS BROOMS (now due).
v IS All the aliove and everything else in the
Grocery line for sale to the Trade at the lowest rates
z.TBr*Dx.B & co.,
Nos. 14, 16 nnd 48 X st., Sacrament*, Cal.
M. R. BEARD & CO.,
STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS,
Wp.vrnso Tapir, Etc.,
SO- 313 J ST.. RET. TUIBD I Ml I Ol KTII
~ SELLING OFF!
y. ' • ■ —
Retiring from Business !
I WILL OFFER MY ENTIRE .a?
Stock, at COST, consisting ol J^_s**^"*">^
Tabic and Pocket Cutlery ; P_.rl,l^__-- ?
Ivory, Leather and Silt Opsra, o"_3Ss=— I
Field and Spy Glasses; Fire- f-r f fl •
arms. W Iking Cants, Meetsdtaum »=—•—»
Goods, Smokers' Articles, Archery Outfits, and a
Variety of Useful and Fancy Goods.
C. A. D. GRAY, *
No. 319 X hirer!, bet. Third and Fonrlh,
lr /SACRAMENTO. ,dls-3plm
ROCK CAVE RYE WHISKY!
.— _. " . . ?— -JUST] RECEIVED BY— —?.■ -?..-?' f ?'-.?;
WILCOX, POWERS & CO.:
Celebrated WILD CHERRY TONIC. * ■- f ■ , „„Y - _'.-' __»**«« nun
ni_t»X, POITBB- * C 0... 4oSSpl»]—-..ii..H'»»B«*** » T*'
-.mm~~M* - -.zz - Azzsv iZ'ZZ
1 GROCERS. I
PEARL BAKING POWDERS.
$1.0.1'"/ Given If nny Alum or any In-
jurious Substances ran be [ounti In
TIIK PEARL RAKING POWDER IS Abso-
lutely pure, made from the pure Grape Cream
Tartar. The cans contain mr the Pearl are the
largest. Therefore, in 16 ounces if Pearl Baking
Powder there are more teMpoonfole than i lfl ounce*
of any other Powder in in iket, consequently the
most economical to use. --■■,
We take pleasure in recommending the Pearl
Baking Powder to the Tra^e, believing it to be tho
BEST in mark, t, Strictly Pure snd Full Weight.
.CAUTION.— Never buy the Pearl in bulk, as the
genuine is sold only in cans.
"OIK TASTE" EXTXA -11. til II Xl II
After some delay, we are again prepared to fill
orders for these cc ebraud HAMS.
tS ORDERS tOLICTTXD FROM , THS TRAD J>. ONLY. •*%,
HALL, LUHRS & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, X ?-.-."";
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Corner ol T't I rtl and X streets. Hut-ram m to
J. Gt-. DAVIS,
TVEALER IN FINE FURNITURE -^ ' fj**, —
Of every description. TrM^jf
No. 411 ■ street, bet. Fourih and Fifth.
' dl.t 3plm
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
Grand » Hotel Property !
SITUATED ON THE CORNI It OF FRONT
»__s and X . streets, Sacramento c ty, directly op-
posite the steamboat landing, and pear the railroad
depot. Tbe best location In the city for a bote!
and business property. Will be sold low, with favor-
able terms as to payments, or leased for a terra ol
years at a low rental. Inquire of E. CAIiWALAUKR,
No. 61 J street, Sacramento ; er S. P. DEWEY, No
308 Pine street, San Francisco. " dii 3;.tf