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Wasihkotos, July 2d.— For Pacific coast region :
Clear or partly cloudy weather. '. . '
Sacramento Commandery ti.is evening.
A. O. V. W., Dnton Lodge, No- 21, this evening.
Cominny 0, Firai Artillery, meeting Monday
0 tnpany B, First Artillery, meeting Monday,
Fourth of July at the Sixth-street M. E. Church.
Paid Fire o:riii»Ti! parade on Monday.
Notice to city hers- F. L. Landes, Secretary.
Sacramento ding nod Loan Association.
Horrible insiirnet on— Rule* to govern.
Wanted— Position in a drug-skire by a druggist.
PhiltnrmooJe Society — Third coucert.
So»p root dentifrice fraud and impostor.
P.y Utll & Co., horses, wagons and hirneas.
By Sherburn ie Smith, furniture this morning.
■ Business Advertisements.
Qoldan Eiirle Ilotel— Prices reduced, F. A. llorn-
blower, pr ipiietur.
For sale— F>k>tliill farm, Carl Strobel.
BOAED OF EDUCATION.
The Board of Education, at 3:50 r. M. yes
terday, went into caucus on the question of
electing a Principal for the Sacramento
Grammar School, considered the qualifiea
tioU3"of candidates and took a number of bal
lots. The B;iard .then, at 4, P. M., went into
called session, Mr. McClatchy presiding.
President Griffils being »b-ent because of
illness. The Bdard resolved to go into an
election for Principal of the Sacramento
Grammar School by five to two. Without
nominations the roll was called. For E. I.
Rowell— Bntler, Lord, McClatchy, Stalker,
Tracy, Wi-mejer. Declining to vote, Mr.
Hornblower; and Mr. Eowell was declared
T.ie Board then transacted some routine
business, and made an order relative to teach
ers producing certificates who have not done
so already. It requires that all teachers who
have nut brought their certificates to the
Board must do so during to-day and prior to
7 r. M., filing them with the Superintendent
for examination. The obj ct i* to require
teachers, within three months, to obtain the
certificates of thegradereq ired bythelaw.
Teachers failing to fi!e their certificates to
day must show cause this evening before the
Board iv person, at half-past 7 o'clock, . to
which bour the Board adj'mrned.
The new Principal of the Grammar School,
E. I. Rowell, is a mirried man, .iged 35.
He was educated at the Delaware Literary
Institute, New York, and subsequently was
three years under private tutorship. He is a
native of New York, and has been a teacher
between fifteen and sixteen years. He has
tauttht tnainlj iv High snd Grammar Schools
in New York, Ci unecticut and lowa. Hewaa
for five yearn in towa the teacher or trainer
in the summer normal traiuin^ nchoola held
every summer for teachers under the system
which prevails there. .He holds a firsfgrade
professional ci rtificate from lowa and the
highest certificates granted in Connecticut
and Xew York, and a first grade State cer- j
tificate granted iv California, his ftandinjf :
being 878 credits out of 1.000, or 28 more
than required by the law. He can.c to Sao
ramei D ember, 1375, and taught a pri
vate Bchool here six moi th, and since
tln.':i and up to this t 'h-j has
taught the Freeport schooL His
recommendatipns are from the School
Board of State Center, lowa, where he
wasincharg< five years; from George Will
iam .Ton»9, Professor of Mathematics in
Cornell .i, nrity; from C. W. Yon Coeln,
State Superintendent ol Iowa; fro a Bey. A. |
H. Frishie, Dcs M.ji::e-, Iowa; from Rev.
Charles Cartniehael, Marshalltown, lows ;
from Samnel J. Buck, Professor of Mathe
matics in the [owa College ; from Rev. Geo.
K. Mngoun, D.D., President of the lowa
College, and from uumetous '>th.?r educators. j
Jfr. Rowell requests thnt it be stated that ii •
did not submit his name as a can Hd until j
after Mr. McDonald's case had been finally
rti-posed of by the Board of Education.
Merchandise Retokt.— The following
freight for Sacramento passed Ogden on tbe
30th : For Billingsley k Co., 2 boxes clothes
pins ; R. Da!e, 2 crates croquet sets ; Baki r
ii Hamilton, 12 bales rubber belting, 3 bar
rels, 1 keg, 1 box cow-bells;' n'intingtor,
Hopkins & Co., 1 barrel cowbells, 1 case
brushes, 3 cases saws, 5 cases hardware, 1
case nails, 2 bales twine, 3 bandies tubes :
Adams, McNeil] & Co , 20 cases and 15 boxes
tobacco; Weinstock A Lubin, 1 c— > dry
goods ; Continental Oil aad Transportation
(' . pany, 1 tank oil ; Studebaker Bros., 1
'car wagDDs, 1 ra-e carriage springs; Hall,
I ahrs S Co . 16 i rati i extracts, 1 box rules ;
H.Fisber.2 boxet confectionery, 1 crate choc
olate; Moluronk, Merrill & Steteon, Is bDx«i
granite ironstone hardware; Ackennan &
('.•., 2 refrigerator" ; Mary S. Cong&r, 1 bale
carpet vr&rping ; Grove L. Johnson, 1 piano ;
J. A. Wilson, 2 cafe* walnut furniture : Wa
terhon*e & Lester, 50 bundles felloes; 8, B
Pai - 1 iron wfej A. Walther, 2 boxes per
fnmer] : Sacramento B 'iler Works, 1 b >x
machinery ; L. K. Hammer, '■'< organs ; R.
Stone & Co.. 2 canes whips ; Thomas H.irper,
I case shoes ; D. W, K.ul. 3 bt.x« truck
whet Is :W. W. Can 4 cases cartridges.
SractAL Polioxs2(. Upon the request of
Street (Commissioner i)jvis, the Board 'if
Police Commissioners hive appointed John
M'll'.ii.s, who is landscape gardener for the
Plaza, as special policeman, with a i«w of
enforcing the irdinaoce in relation to wagons
and teams occupying the market space on
tbe south ride of the Plaza. Much complaint,
prior to this *)>p<>ii.tiiient, lias rw*n made of
the manner .1 street, between >> i:,'i. and
Tenth, was blockaded for market purpoaes,
and this appointment will no doubt remedy
the evil, as the special officer has been in-
Btructed to enforce the ordinance, whinh is as
follows: "'Scetiou 23. J street, between
Ninth and Tenth (except the forty feet nixt
adjoining the sidewalk on the nth side of
said utreel), is hereby de-ignated and set
»] »rt .ir a market place for hay, str;\v, '^r;»in
and woi'd. All w»gons must be so placed
that ther.' vhM at a!! times be a spioe of not
le-S than fi)rt] fet-t between said -vagons ai 'i
the sidewalk oa the south side."
Dun, Attksdasce. — General Order No. 20,
from the Adjutant General's otLce, shows the
percentage if attendance at drills r.f the vari
ous organization* of the N. G. C. throughout
th«> State during the month of May. The'
mini:i ir:i percentage was 55 78, Ithe max
imum 89, thi latter ing the Los Anccles
Guard, "i'he av< rsge i>ercentage of »ttend
ance w.k-i about 7ti. These reports »rs re
quli to be sent to the Adjutant-General
Roster of Offickcs. — A copy h.i been
received of the roster of ufficen of the Na
tioii.il Guard r.f California, just issued from
the State Printing Office. It is a neatly
printed pamphlet of sixteen pages, and will
be oonvenient for reference in matters i>er
tainii'g to the State militia.
Time I'i'STr iNKD. — Tha time for opening
the bids for the construction of the Capitol
Ifer.ee has been change from July tsth to the
2«itb, by which tints a]l who wish to propose
must have made the (MM manifest.
Goon NKWS KOK THE Fol'KTli man
ofacturers of the be.-t grades of gros grain
. »ilk ribbons have recently reduced the price
of their ROodi to large buyers. Messrs.
Weinstock k Lubin beinif among the very
largest purchasers, h»ve succeeded in obtain
ing thu reduction, ami have in turn maile a
Iroeraf reduction in the retail prices of all
wi.itlm of gros eraiM silk ribbons. Buy your
ribbons for the Fourth tit the Mechanics'
The Route nr thk Pbocessiox, for those
who wish to Becure bargains, will be up J
. street, to the Red Houne, where ample time
will be (riven to all to examine the iinmea.-e
bargains <-<lered in every department-'-to see
them is to buy them. *
WHAT RETURNING DELEGATES THINK OF
THE POLITICAL SITUATION.
On yesterday : morning's ' train » from • the
East were ■ several ; delegates who ' sat in the
Chicago Convention that nominated Garfield
and Arthur. Two of : these a representative
of the Recoed-Ujsiox rode in company with
as far as San Pablo. ■■;
Mr. Pixley expressed the pleasure lie felt
'iv getting onca more > withiu the limits
of the best State : in the s Union — Califor
nia. • He described the * Eummer heat
at , the /East as altogether unendur
able by people • accustomed to the gentler
climate of these occidental shores. '..- Regarding
th» Chicago Republican Convention, he spoke
of it as a representative body of men which at
ouce commanded respect, and as'contaiuing
some of the brightest men of the several States
of the Union, with whom he deemed it au
honor to be associated. Regarding tbe nomi
nation of General Garfield, he said, that he
deemed it a eood one, not only for the party,
but for the higher considerations which enter
into the judgment of all true lovers Qf good
government in the republic. He agreed with
the suggestion thrown onr, th;it while the
nomination of Garßeld cuuld not be saia to
be a compromise, yet it was undoubtedly pre
ventive of a lesa pleasiug situation h.iJ eithor
of three otiier candidates "i been named.
Neither Conkling, Blame, Sherman, Grant,
Loj:an, nc r any of the other great leader?,
could or did feel any jealou.-y of Gen
eral Garfield, ." while there might have
been some in tiie case .- of a differ- ■
ent nomiuation. "Mr. Pixley was thus I
understood in general terms to expre.-s him- ■
self, but sptciucally regarding the Chinese j
question, ahnost his exact langu ,o may be
t;iven. He said that od that subject General j
Garfield is with the Pacific coast He had j
visited Xhe General at his home in Ohio and
spend a quiet day in his society, a-ad knew
exactly how he felt. He said that General \
G.uheld being a believer in the Christian |
religion and a pr■•fcs^or of religion in one of j
the many Christian churches, he had
studied the question of unrestricted Chinese
immigration from that stand-point as well as ;
from : the level of the -statesman, and held ;
that no nation can exist where a faith is not
positively manifest ; that the introduction of
hordes of Chinese here will bring into j
contest Christ and Confucius, and that I
no student of history could believe that i
the land would be benefited by the j
result of such a conflict of faiths, Foi j
these and for the other reasons that enter
into the question of the supremacy of our ;
form of civilization, Mr. Pixley learned from j
General Garfield positively how he stood on '
che Chinese issue; and he added that Garfield j
in Ohio, and leading Republicans in Illinois,
had urged him (Mr. Pixley) to come back to !
the East aud stump Illinois, Indiana &nd I
Ohio, addressing himself solely to the in
forming of the people on this • sub
ject. He had responded that he
must return home now, and would consider
the proposition made, and if possible give his
aid as desired. From his observation he be-
Jieved the campaign would not be warm, be
cause the personnel of the candidates took out
of the campaign all the mud. He regretted
that a Democratic Elector had in California
begun to throw juud. He said that at the j
East Garfield's nomination is received joy
fully, aud ha looked forward to his eleciiou
as ' rt .in aud believed thut the efforts being ■
made in the South for a fair canvass mi^ht I
result iv giving the General two of the South
ern States U')-,v ciuiujed as solid for the De- i
Mr. Mosgrove was very enthusiastic He >
said he -was attracted to Gartield when lie
first heard his voice in the Convention. He
was a man of great personal magnetism, one '
who attracts men to him, and whose personal
appearance, voice and manner, are winning.
H>aattributed Gr&rfield's nomination quite as :
much to his appearance and manner in the
Convention as to anvtbing else, He bad gone
as far East ix- New York, where he met mer
chants, commercial men and traders especially;
men who were excellent j idges of the public
pidse, aud others who also are keen observers.
Their unanimous testimony was that Garfield !
and Arthur would carry New York State. '.
Wherever he went in the Eastern, Central
aud Western States he found the Republi
cans jui ilant, and be brlieve-.i that the ticket
would sweep tho X ,st with pe.-fect
success. ' lie was, like Mr. Pixley, |
greatly impreeseu with the character oi i
the CVnvuulion, aod believed that the nomi
nation it made pleased all the other contest- |
ants and stopped any probable jealousies, j
tie knew of no sore-heaaedness in tbe Ea»t I
iiiniiii; Bepublicaaa Hancock's nomination
hs did not thiuk should trouble Republicans
in California a bi:, as he i-i but the repre
sentative of the party behind him, whose
bidding he must do. Wherever Hancock
wins it is not his victory, bi.t that of the
same old Democracy, and be didn't think the
people at the East were deceived by the
uomination at .ill.
H. J. Tilden was also on tho train. Mr. '
Tilden wa3 a prominent member of lie Re
publican State Convention of California, of
April 29th. He was in the East when Gen
eral Garfield was nominated. He sayithat
he was in Washington City the day of tl<e
receip 1 . of the new- of the Domination by the'
Chicago Convention. Washington was strong
for General Grant. All day thtk citizens
stood in tho broiling sun to read
the telegraphic bulletins. About 3 >'. M.
Ciine the news of Gei:i-r.ii Gaifield'a nomina
tion. His i ■■•: ■•■ Dal fri«Edi rejoiced at once
and made manifest iinir pleasure, bnt the
Grant men t» far outnumbered all others ibut,
as they made no manifestations, a d-ad >i
lence fell on the people. ii iwever, by night
fall tbe reaction pet in, i d the publicans
were quite as ardent for G.irtit;l i as they had
been fur General Grant. Though chagrined
over the ilt-f< at of th-.ir f>vorite, there was I
not a voice to utter anything but praise of
General Garfield. Mr. Tilden thinks the
Domination one of the happiest, and saya
wherever he went he found the ■■■•]<■ to re
ceive it with more than favor — with enthu- i
siasm, indeed. H'> thought the strength of
General Hancock greatly overestimated, and
said liis per.scmal q ditien will draw no more
voters to him irrespective of irty line?, than
v.-ill the personal qualities cf General Gar
Pzbphafs Fatal Shoottsg..— Last even
ing at about 7 o'clock Willie Bateman,
aged 6 yean, son of William J. Bate
man, aad Georgie Duok, "who v about
9 years of age, were playing togeth
in the street with a email Fourth of July
blank-cartridge pistol, when Willie start< to
run away and ■ - irgie r^»n after him •■■■: »hot
him in the back. Toe 1 >ad went through his
two garments aad entered the lower part of
the raider iv tbe direction of the left lung,
a-iil the physician called list eveaidg was un
able to tell how Berioua it might prove, but it
may rminate fatally. Georgi* was arrested
by officer Ferral, anil afterwards admitted to
hail ill the sum of £>00 ur.til thin morning.
This is an example ol the danger of firearms
iv the hands of cbttdren, even of such as are
only tended for M.tnk cartridges, as shot,
pebbles, etc., are put into them by the
youngsters on top of ■!■ blank '.- 1 l/"s,
which gives them all th* dangerous qualities
of th» regular ball-Ciirtiidge.
Police Court.— ln the Police Court yet
tiriUy Tho'nas Thomas, fur battery, was dis
charged ; Robert McClun'n ca*e, for em
bezzlement, was continued until the 17th ;
the cases of August Bemerer, Mrs. R. llsr
eanx. Mr*. Manual I)uf«iis and Josie Duval.
for disturbing the iieae-?, were continued until
the 9;h ; l)a;iiel Muckle and Wm. Heff«ron,
fur i.i-i ii bin« the i*a<:e, were fined $10 c.cli
and costs; DavineV drunk', was found
guilty, and fiaed $5. Upou the (Jliii:ete cases
being called J Jterday, an agreed state of |
fact* was arranged between tl e counsel, upon
which the defense is t<> take the case to the
Superior Court, and ia accordaaos with thu
arrangement all tha defendants were dis
charged except Ah Tim and Ah Luck, who
were found KUllt] and lined SI each and costs. \
The case will be brought before the Sui/trior
Court within a few tiays.
Freight Mi.vi.MENTS. — Tbe follow!) car
loads of freight were received here yester
day : One of fire-clay, 1 of lumber, 4of rub
ble stone, 2 of lime, 2 of ice, 1 of oil, 1 of
coal. The following through carloads were
sent Bast : Thirteen ol barley, lof vegeta
bles, 1 of potatoes, 5 of merchandise, 6 of
wool, 1 of honey, 1 uf canned good?, t of cof
fee, 1 of malt, 1 of tomato cat-up.
Rkceited Them YrfiTEHiiAY.— Per fast
freight, an assortment of line hats, among them
an Al '.'enuine silver . beaver, and a decided
novelty in the way of natural nappi-d braver
hats. Go and see them. You will hod them
in the Hat Department, Mechanics' Store.*
At the Ai'criON Salb ok Oil Paixtijtcs
by M. J. Simmons, auctioneer, the paintings
were *.ld very cheap; and this evening will
be the last chance to procure fin« oil | aint
ings, by the loo*l artifta, «t a sacrifioe. •
HOW AN IOWA MAN WAS SAT DOWN
: Two visitore to the city, one a citizen of the
fair State of . lowa, were standing in front of
the Capitol the other day, looking np at the
• massive pillars and ■ the figures iv- the pedi
ment. ." Presently an official walked out. To
him one of the strangers addressed himsslf. "
"Sir," said he, 5 "are ; you • familiar with
this htiildinjj ?" - " ■• . " : . ; '
" Yea, sir." - :."•" " ■/ . . '■". ■ ■.-
Can you tell us what these great pillars
are made of?" ..
--: Certainly. Iron."
;"Ah ! iron. Well, they are very tnas'ye,
very handbome, but do not compare with
those in the State H >u3eof my State — lowa.
The latter are smaller than these, but they
are chiseled from solid stone." ■
I "Oh, that's nothing-," instantly repiied-the
Californian ; "these were cue from solid iron
in an iron mine up north here." .-. . ■:'■
"W-h-a-a-tr" •: : : ::: : :
" Certainly ! - Good mornincr, ; Kentlemen.
Walk inside and sen the dou.e that was carved
solidly from a quarry at Folsoui."
j '■■'- Down at tho Arcade that eveuin? the gen
tleman from lowa was heard to remark that
he had always understood Californians were a
K*aarp lot, but had no idea that they were so
" i,'i hlicvn Conference. — The Joint
Committee of Conference from the two Sec
ond Ward Clubs met last evening at the
Giand Hotel and discussed the mbjaet of
consolidating the clubs. The club first or
ganized desired to maintain their organization
and ' were ri'it, willing to take any steps to
change it or its officers, and thought it better
to maintain the two, unless i the last one or
ganized would join with the first, which was
earnestly requested. The committee from the
club last formed stated that they had no au
thority to act in that directior, but would lay
the matter and the result oi the Conference
before the club for its consideration and ac
tion. . :1 T :. : .
DbVOCBATIC MIBTIHG. — A large meeting
of the Third .Ward Democrats was held at
the American Eagle Hotel, corner of Twelfth
and J streets, last evening, for the purpose of
organizing a Hancock and ; English Club.
Much enthusiasm, was manifested and
speeches were made expressing confidence in
the success of the ticket. After appointing a
committee of six on permanent organization,
cons-istin? of Add. O. Hinkson. Peter Mc-
Graw, George Nichols, J." M. Fitzsimmons,
J. W. Bromagin and William Shattuck. the
meeting adjourned, with three cheers for
Hancock and English, to meet again next
Friday night at 8 o'clock.
Unpleasant Rumors.— Very, unpleasant
rumors have been more or less actively in cir
culation the past day or two, to the effect that
one or two dead humnu bodies had been
found in the river at the mouth of the "Water-
Works pipe, and yesterday, iiTtnany parts of
the city, as a consequence, Btomachs Wi.e
thrown out of equilibrium, water from the
hydrants given a wide berth, and well*,
wherever found, were made public property
and uearly pumped dry. It may be of value
and quieting eff ct to thnpe who h"ve been
thus disturbed to know that no body, or
bodies, have been found, and that there is no
foundation whatever for the reports.
PERSONAL. — Adjutant-General "Backus and
family are at Monterey. Secretary < f State
linrns has gone to Sau Francisco; Frank M.
Pixley, J. C. Flood and William H. Crocker
arrived from the East yesterday. . State
Prison Director Chapman passed through to
San Francisco yesterday to attend a meeting
of the Board there to-day. A. H. Powers
and family returned yesterday from a
" roughing it" trip to the Big Trees, and re
port their having had a good time. Mr. and
Mrs..G. \V. Safford, Mr! W. R. S. Foye and
niece, Miv; Lizzie Stevenson, leave to-day
for a trip to the Geysers. VJ
Auctions.— SLerburn & Smith, at 32:! X
street, at 10:30 A. M. to-day will *ell by nun
tion, parlor, bed-room and dining-room fur
niture, stoves, carpets, crockery, 500 pounds
of bacon, 15 kits of mackerel and 35 box of
soap . . . Bell '<>. to-day will sell at 10:30
a, 11., at 101(5 Fourth street, buggies, hones
aud harness in variety. They will also offer
for the tir-t time a fine lot ■>! genuine export
beer lent from the East for sale to create a
knarket. le i» in quarts and pints, and the
opportunity is givi.-n to get it cheaply, iti or
der to establish the brand thoroughly.
■.'.UATuaE for JOHB. — The - tem
perature m oompatod by S. H. s Gerri.-.h,
from observations in this city, a*. G a: M., 2 r.
M. and 9 p. m., Uan follows for June : The
mean temperature for the mouth, G6 83° ;
warmest mean day, tho Ist, 73"'; warm
est extreme, tho Ist, 90' ; coldest mean day,
the 14th, 60.60°: coldest extremes, the llih
>:nd 21st, 18°. The mean temperature for
June, 1879, «us 71.4G' ; IS7S, 71.63'; 1577,
74.26*; 187G, 77.00°; 1875, 73.50° No rain
fell this month. Iv June, 187., we had a f ill
of .149 of an inch.
Settled with the State.— Settlements
with the State Controller have been made as
follows : By E. G. Dana, Treasurer of San
Lnia ispo county, §2,102 92; A. Ayres,
Treasurer of Ventura comity, $1,325 33 ; Z.
B. Tiiikum, TreAurer. of Moao county,
$6,012 981 The State Treasurer, John Weil,
also paid Into the State Treasury, for semi
annual interest on State bonds heM iti tru*.t
for school funds, §53,880 ; also there was paid
tiythesame, for interest collected on Stiite
bonds held in trust for the University of Cal
ifon i i. §23,250.
' The Bohemians.— The Bohemian Archery
Club i:i to i-h lot again to-day at Richmond
Grove at 3 P. H. Last S:i'.urday the people
at Brighton were much disturbed by arrows
comiiig that way. To obviate thw in the
future, a brick'wall a mi!e long and half a
mile high has been erected on the east of the
Grove. The target, though by role but forty
eight inches in diameter, has been enlai
to forty-eight feet fur the Bohemians, in or
der that they may make a few scores.
Philharmonic C'o.vcEUT. — The Philhar
monic Society announces its third concert for
Wednesday" eveuiisg next at the Congrega
tional Church. There are thirteen numbers
'•n the programme — ail choice. • Professor
Flei^sner ia to c induct the S iciety on this oc
casion. There will ba chornaes, solos, trio.",
duos and piano in^ violin solos. Several new
face* will ■ >pc r in the oouoert. It prom
uea to be a very excellent entertainment.
Sutteu Ckelk Foubth. At Suiter Creek,
AmaJor county, on Monday, the ladies take
leap-year charge of the Fourth of July cele
bration, and a rich time and any amount of
fun is anticipated. Mrs. M. Brinn it Presi
dent of the Day ; Mrs. Laura DeForeeGor
don, Orator; Mrs. J. O. Battiest, Reader;
Mrs. G. W. Horn. Marshal ; Mrs. C. E.
Voorhies, Musical Director. A grand ball
takes place at iiihlit at Howard's Hall.
Hat AND GeAIH Quotations.— Tho pritfS
of hsy, grain and feed ro the market at the
present time, a» given by E. A. Burr yest»r
day, are ac follows : Hay, baled, $9@ll $J
ton ; hay, lonse, *7@9 t? ton ; stiaw, 50@75c
t- bale; barley, 80@85o 1? ctl.; «round bar
ley. 95c <;>' ctl.; bran, SH@l2 tf ton : wheat,
H 55@1 CO (' ctl.: enrn. ?1 10 # ctl.; oil
cake meal, $1 83@1 90 t? ctl.
FUNEBAL ok Dr. Tozr.R.— The funeral fer
vices of Dr. C. H. Tozer took place yester
day afternoon from the residence of John
McNeill, corner of L r.ml Front streets. Rev.
W. Simonton officiated. Tlie ' pall-bearers
were A. C. Sweetser, John Miiliken, Georgo
Lorenz, G. U. V»n Hu-tn. P. H. Russell and
F. H. Ruswel. ,-' He was buried in the family
plat at tba City Cemetery.
Libraky CLoaiNr..— Tho closing of the city
Free Library, heretofore mentioned, will not
take place uutil Sunday evening, .Tnly 4th,
so as to give readers who are in the habit of
going there on Sunday an opportunity to do
so. When closed Sunday eveniug it will not
be opened again to the public until the fol
lowing Saturday morning.
Don't Shoot a man because he has an old
hat on. but give him good advice. Tell him
to go to the Mtchanics' Store, and take hia
choice out of over 500 dozen hats, ranging in
price from 10 cents to $6 50. • . *
Picnic asd Promenade Coxoert in honor
of the Fourth of July, given by the Turner
Harmor.ie, on Sunday," July 4:h, at the At
1-intic GardeD, Seventeenth and F streets.
Admission, 25 cents, v *
leg Ckeam, at Seventh-street M; E. Church
South, Monday. *
■ A man came : near drowning from having
hia boat upset near ; Pioneer Mills yesterday.
A plank was thrown to him by John Dixon,
of ' : the - mills, to j which the ' maa held until
rescued below the bridge by Jsck Straw. It
was a narrow escape. . ; ;~ . .
The pfw river steamers are about com
pleted. They have been named the Modoc
and Apache, and are expected focimmeeea
regular trius between this city and Sau Fra: •
ci.sco about the 10th ii:-t.
The Police Court-rooms are to be further
improved by lnatting in the hall aDd back
portions of tho main room aDd office <-f the
P ilice Judge, and also a supply of good chairs
within the bar.
AinouK the passengers to arrive this morn
ins from the East are J. W. Simonton, Gen
. i-.il Sa.iprintenjent of the Associated Piess,
ami i>. D. Stephen?, of Sacramento.
' Engine No. 30, for the Southern Pacific of
Arizona I recently received from the East and
which in being: put up at the shops, will toon
be ready for U3a and sent to Tocaon.
The Forester (J:m Club hoi!-; it« match fnr
club medah at LUle's briiitre at 9:30 A. si. to
raorrow. If birds are plenty there will be
To-morrow the annual collection for th»
Boys' Orphan Anyhun at San R ifael will be
taken up iv St. Rose's Church at all the
Tho Superior ("onrthaa taken a recess until
July 6th, which will he law day. and the jury
will not be called until the day foll'xrirjr.
The results of the order of the Chief of
Pilice against shooting were notireab'e yes
terday in the marked quiet of ths city.
The maximum temperature yesterday wos
.S3*, which occurred aViout 3P. M. The mini
mum temperature for the day was D.S°.
There were two car loads of immigrants
arrived frum t!ie East yesterday, and three
more car loads are due this afternoon.
T'ne river marked 20 feet 5 inches last
evening. It lias fallen i inches eacli twenty
four hours for the past three days.
The Capital City Minstrels will leave hfre
at 11:35 to-mono w on their Stockton excur
sion, mid return July Oth. '.-."*':
There are undelivered telegram* at the
Western Union office for Deschainfs, Mabel
Woods and Mclleauier.
Company G, First Artillery, Captain T.
W. Sheehan, will have a full dress-parade
Monday evening next.
A Fourth of July dinner will be given
July sth at the Six'.h-stre t M. K. Church.
Parties complain of the water poison from
lead pipes at the City Cemetery.
Don't fail to watch the Capitol dome July
oth, at 9 o'clock r. If. sharp.
Assignment oi' Teachers. — The commit
tee on assignment of teachers for the city
schools has made this distribution : Sacra
ramonto Grammar School, second grade,
Laura H. AVells; fourth grade, Grace E.
Kidd; Capital Grammar School, first grade,
Mrs. M. D. Merrill ; fourth grade, Jennie
Anderson; second grade, Charlotte S!iitt?r;
fifth grade (Tenth and P), Airs. English ;
sixth grade (Fourth and Q), Miss Annie Mc-
C'leeTy ; seventii grade (Ninth and P), Fiora
Groldman ; sixth trrade (Sixteenth and S).
.Miss Tenbrook ; seventh grade (Thirteenth
and G), Miss Van Guelder; seventh prade
(Seventh and G), Miaa Seeley and Miss Phil
lips; sevonth grade (Thirteenth and G), Mrs.
Fost; morning claaa (Seventh and Gj, Mi>.s
Flora Weeks ; morning class (Sixteenth and
.\ i. Bonte; morning olaes (Fourth and
(I), Miss Duffy; afternoon class (Fourth aud
<•£)< r^iiss Miller; afternoon class (Thirteenth
and G), Miss ELaghes. All otner teachers go
to their former positions and schools.
Plants in the Roiukda. —
afternoon tlie plants and flowers being prc
vided for the Capitol rotunda were plaoed in
position, and they produce a very pleasing
improvement, relieving the bare walls aud
giving the place a cminervatory appearance.
A email, choica evergreen, from two to three
feet high, is placed in each of the four niches,
growing in larva terra-cotta vases, and these
are surrounded with other showy and smaller
plants, such as daily-bloomiiig lilies, flowering
begonia*, fuchsias and vines.
IhoOBFOBATIOH. — There were filed in the
office of Secretary of State yesterday articles
>)f incorporation of the Wilson C'.lle^e Joint
Stock Company, for tnaintainins; a Bchool of
high yrade at Wilson's College new Wil
tninit.m, Cal. The following are the l>i
-A*. J. V.'iik--, M. L. Wi : :s, F. M.
Baal r, W. .1. Smith and M. .Wicks. The
capital st. ek is $$,000.
Pouoe -Vi:iir.-T.s. Arrests were made in the
city yesterday as followa : Mrs. May Adams,
disturbing the peace, by officers Rider and
Atwond ; No. 8 (toodrnnk to irive his name),
by officur Lee ; Edward Brick, drank, by
iflijjrs Ferral and Rider; Jack Hammond,
drunk, by officers Itider and Cafferty : Geo.
Duck, assault to do greit bodily injury, by
offioers Ferral and Rider.
Base Ball Ciiallekge.— letter has
been received from the Captain of the Acme
Base Ball Club, of Loa Angeles, as follows :
"The Acme Bue ]5j»!1 Olnb of Lob Anpeies,
derirou3 of visiting Sacramento, would like
to hear from all nines in that section in re
gard to seeinjr what arrangements can.be
wade for games to be played daring the com
ing State Fair. Address George S. Turner."
Work AorrPTF.n.— At a spcci.il meeting of
tho Board of City frusteea held jeattrJay,
the report of tha City Surveyor on the ini
provement of L street, from Tenth to Fif
ttenth, waa received, and i:i accordance with
its recommendation the" said improvement
was cepted fnim the contractor. This ia
one of the finest streeU now in the city.
Coeoneu"s Inquest.— Coroner Vermilya
returned from Fulaotu yeaterday, at which
place he had been to hold, an inqnfi»t upon
the Chinaman who vna found dead in a
cabin. The jury returned a verdict that the
inuriV name ni unknown nn ] that death re
sulted from natural causes.
■■mini mi nanal i ■■■i»mi i ii ' . ■ . xSi MHM
Improving. The little son of Governer
Perkins that was burned, and for whom ho
much anxisty w.is caused by a fever Biibse
quently Betting in, has much improved, and
it i-i thtiu^ht will soon be well again.
IxCBXASS at Capital Stock. — Tlie Ari
zona Ooncsntrstion Company yesterday filed
in the Secrct.iry of 9b te*i ■ Bice a certificate
of increase of its cipitil from 3100,000
An Affliction. — J. T. Griffitte, l'if;<ii!erit
of the Board of Education, U »ick with an
attack oi jiaralyais of the face.
« CTireqrJALKD os the Pacific Coast, ahead
of Sin Francisco, up to New York, on par
with Pari*or London in styles, prices, qaality
in.ii quantity in the Hat Department of Me
chanics' Store. *
Look Oor, liovs !— lf you don't blow the
top of your heail* off during the coming
"Fourth," remember j<vi can gtt a hat to tit
it in th« Mechanics' Store Hat Departiiieiu.*
J. F. Cotter's Old Boubboh. — oole
brated Wliigky is fur sale by all first-clafs
druirijiots and grocers. Trade — 3tax
within a Shield. : *
Hygienic Filters. — They will denn^e and
cool water perfectly, ('all and see them at
Hobby & Hari>cr's, 329 J street. *
Gents' Aix Wool Bathisg Sprrs," one
and two pieces, at Gents' Furnishing Goods
Department, Mechanics' Store. *
For Low PniCEficall at the che»pcirner,
Rochester Store, northwest corner Ninth and
J. Their prices are the lnwent in Siicrameatu.*
Cbepe dk Lbsse, tarlatan - and lace rnch
iiiga. New styles just received at Xj. Bien's,
Eighth autl J streets. ." . ' -
TjU>"CH ABO IcR (."beam at Seventk-street
M. K. • Church South, after the .fireworks,
HotChtckf.n I'ib, te» and enffee, Monday,
at Se\cnth-street M. K. Churrh.
lldT axd Cold Lunch, at Seventh-street
ML K. Church South, Monday, 50 cents. !
Tbt the great Eastern remedy, Kock and
Rye. George W. Che«ley, sole ageut.
■~ Ladies' MLSSB3'DobTKK3, at L. Bien'g
Eighth and J streets. .•;:.■: *
V A dispatoh from St. Petersburg says : The
accident to the Raesiaa fl>atln? b»tl«ry
Kremtl will ; doubtless ) deprive tha Pacific
squadron of hert?ervice?. >
HOPKINS & CO.,
Kos. 220 to 226 E st., Sacramento.
•' Sole Agents on Pacific Coast tor
BOSTON BELTING CO.'S
ROBBER BELTING, ETC.
Junction Bush and Market sts.
SAX FR A MISCO.
BOILED LINSEED OIL.
Castor Oil, Xo. 1 and Xo. 2.
PACIFIC RUBBER PAINT!
MIXED KEADV FOR, T.SE,
ALL SHADES AND COLORS!
tST Put up in 5, 1, \ and J gallon packatres. T£S
Best Jltxcd Paint la Ike World.
DOOR WIBDOW SCREENS !
ALL SIZES, STAINED .VND VARMSHED
WHITIIES, FDLLIE SCO,,
\os. I'.JS:: and 1 .M Second St.. Saerunicnto.
j 3Cl>:z:E»€>:3K. 1 2rEijE!f3. j
.-. '■ ■
Just In !
-CAB OF CELEBRATED—
tS" Tl-.erc arc no better SUQAB CURED HAMS
than ti.e-sc in the market, and we reoommend them
to anr on? who dcairts a fresh, sweet, BUOAB-
OL'UKD HaM. .
lIUVCK'S EXTRACTS LEMON' AN.D VANILLA,
2,' 4, 6 and 8 o».
lIUYCK'S LEMON SUGAR. "
idT PACE'S T-ozl TAG \ TWIST i TOBACCO.
Alao, from the FjCtorr,
MACOUBCR'S PURE CIDEiI VINEGAR.... 'bbIs).
Adams,. MolTelll & Go.,
j WHaUESAUB «R<KF.It3. (
- j , . — _ . — . — . , ;.
91, 93 and 95 Front slrci't, mut.jiis ■
IX CATARRH AL MSCIjS cause«:
FOUL BSC.I U and d'fgnsUng expectoration;
TKACKLIVIi PAEIB in the head and forehead
DEAFXESS and lo3s of sincllinif power;
SEtO\CIIITI»< I^y Fever aud other diseiges.
THE ACTIOK OF CATAUKHAL VIRIS
through the mucoos membrane nas been finally
dUfCOvtreJ. WEI l>K MEYER'S CXICE,
Tire ©I*!/* iiVUff.V BKHEIIV for tli.se
(jL-e,"J!.-«, ii certain in iv effect) as vsccinatiou
is for small-pox.
REV. C. 11. TAYLO".;, U0 Noble St., Brooklyn,
. N. Y. : "I am rjulieally cured ol Catarrh."
D. O. McKELVEY, Oov't Inspector, 167 Mott st. ;
N. V.— Cure:! of very bad Chronic Catarrh.
R G. BLACKBL'RV, at Lord & Taylor's, Eroadyay,
N. V.— Cured of 3 years (atnrrk ; 1 pack-
J. BENEDICT, Jr., Jeweler, CV Broidway, N. Y.
(lady)— of terrible Uay Fever.
REV. C. J. JONES, New Brighton, S. I.—" Worth
ten tftnefl the oogt."
RF.V.GEO. A. RIES, lU.° Jay street, Brooklyn—
" It bag restorod me to ministerial labotv."
REV. ALEX. FREESE Catro.N. V.— " It has worked
wonders in six ■■„:- in »y parisli."
DE. R. G. DURKIN, Dentist, 301 Sixth avenue,
tN\ V.— Cured of Catarrh.. l Intlaenza.
M'LLE AIMEK," Opera Primi Donna, Calarrlial
Brsnchltis : " Great benefit from its ue«." ■
MRS. EMMAO. HOWES, 39 W. Washington Square,
1 j N. Y.— Calnrrk SO jcirs ; Cured by i pack-
Etc, Etc., Etc., Etc.
88. Wi:i 1»K MEVEK'4 - IMJIIMILKT,
with the most remarkable testimonials on record,
SEXT . FREE, . by hU ''■■ Agents, Messrs. D. ■B .
DEWEY S 00., 46 Dey street, N. V. ; or by Drug-
gista. ' The CCRE IS DEUVKBEO at $1 50 a
packMre. Think of ] a SEAL CI'KK for an ob-
disease at this triftlnjr cost. [<7-lor3p6mSTirTh
THEODORE GLA\CEY. ■
'f^HE GENERAL AGENCY OF THK RECOHD-
_|_ UNION tor San Frandsoo, both for cireulatios
»nd adTortleemenw, la In the ofßce o Theodore
Qluiaey, No. SOS Mout«oaj«ry - Btreot : Hooaui 8
»ndl<». .:-■■-■■•-.- - : -■.;■.-■:■■■. '».imf
17H>tt SALE- SPANISH ME- \«-^«-^£» ■'
I 1 KISO RAMS, bred from the jf^'j&fttF'*'
Rrsl Imporution o! Spanish MiTii" tjWjßffijQr
Sheep lo California (in lha > ea r -*sLl3riiiki
1864). Apply to SIIIS. MoCONNKLLT" * T lrliT*S
WILSON, tlk Grove, Saoramento county. }u22-S]>2m
.|fe JUL V, 1880 !
Xos. 1016 and 101S Second stroct, Sacramento*
WE HAVE RECENTLY ADDED TO OUR STOCK SEVERAL FRESH- UNVOICES OF
I@-FINE KENTUCKY WHISKIES!
ARRIVEK VIA CAPE HORN", FOR SALE L"j\V, IN" LOTS TO SUIT.:.
THE SWAN, A, V, Al HONTIAK'S HOLUID Gil, PURF.;
MERRITT'S PURE RUSSET CIDER !
toiis ko»i:bkr, .iirnn's, rirru »t chvs rirmsicK. creeji seal, hck\k
(tUUEr. BCUPM A>D I9TEKIAL irißU an«l Uunrt>).
; SACRAMENTO AGENTS FOI: THE CELEBRATED
t^T IJARTLETT SPRING ISeRAL WATER ! -^sgr
JAMES I. FELTER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AM) DEALERS I.\
IV-TKrES, 3CIQTJOK,S ATa*> CIGARS.
.«T ™ 3 . Prenar»- -.— \^^ —j=£- -■■■,■, m -mm ~ ful run fc the East'
r^r^vK ROOK Ri RYF &&&b«s&£
s having a wonder- [TKAI»E Ml;k ] . ' FECTIONS.
t&A. NEW AND ALMOST CERTAIN CURE FOR CONSUMPTION. A delicious coroia! tM »
splendid appetizer. Sold by all Leading Dru^'Uts and Grocers.
GEORGE W. CHESLEY, SOLE AGENT,
Jfo. .".I Front Rtr«>«t. between J anil K. - "-"unri.n
Gold and Silver ¥atclies Biamonds and Jewelry.
S!T THK IXADIMJ JETTKLKR OF SACKA3IEATO. ""»
LARGEST STOCK! GREATEST VARIETY I FINEST GOODS! LOWEST PRICES
/3T In daily receipt of New Goods, direct from Che factories, henco all icy fHatnTOBTII receive th«
beneHt of buying frnni first hands. •
g^Sign of tlie Town Clock, g^
lk»£jg SO. 31" J STKF.F.T. BET. TIIIKH iXII lOIKTH, S4CRAHE\TO. &llj&
IX EVERY DEPARTMENT OF THE
NEW YORK STORE,
CORXFJt MMIi AXD J STREETS.
JUST RECEIVED, A BEAUTIFUL LIKE OF
(MMIOO»»««ot\TJ xn q<j r^ f \ rS ta «OOOO<MMM>«
ooi)oo(iuoui) L/XTi/JTijOin I.TV/V^'JL'O. i«MMMMXIOOO I
_ UIM)IM>l>OI)(>UI)(M)OOO<>(HM>0On00O)Hl«>»«OO()IHWH)0O(IO0()«WI)l)IH)OOO I
Which are being sold ut BIG EARGAINS. X 3" Ladies are invited to call and see for themselTes. "Si
£Zf T'!i>< 1* the <c< nuiue rurnt"' lo bny <-lipii;i. Don't be Sinnibnsse* 1 , but call, M«
oar »!oi k nni s«'t anr ptieea. kCHO I'OK f'ICILX s.-'l .
£■-' nithest price«i allowed on all kinda of Country Produce in exohangß for good*. Orders from tbo
interior [iromptly attended to. Samples sent 1-KEE OF CHABOB ■
HAYFORD BROS. & CO.,
apS-3ptf PKOPBIETOCS gwUwWtf
fc £i... ,^-j—. ,^^L ■ ti^-i.' r.ri-?-- '"*. k^J^ jri^ B I J ■?■
To Give the Best Value for Tour lonejr T
OTJH PKINCIPLES :
O"ST JK, X&ITXjiIES =
All Ciloods Marked in Plan Figores, Sold Only for
One Price to All '"'
S A.IVITJEL NATHAN CO. 5
519 ASI> r,'»J .1 ST., BKT. I IFTn .4*l> SIXTH, SAIRAJirXTO.—ESTAKL'SIIFD IBF4.
3^ — BUY THE —
I^^^^H STUDSBABR : W AGON,
§l§i§iiB\i-^lsw&iP% A Lnrsc AsHortment or FAUM, FREIGHT'
IT -J^ :^S^^^^^^^p a ' anil SPHIXtt WACOXS ccnutanlly on uiimU
STUDEBAKER BROS. MANUFACTURING CO.,
SACRAMEXTO BKAXCn. 317 an«l Sl9 J STREET. Jus-lmgwlmS -
j|Bgfc J- €3-. DAVIS, Spiii
CARPET AND FURNITURE HOUSE
.No. 411 E Street, between Fourth and Fifth.
«2T FIXE riRXITI'RE, WITH A FiLL LIKE «¥ CARPETS, \ ETC. "gl • julS 3plm
The Best «>Ro!p Bansc . _ .. . -■. —
m THB wobld is ... 7"V. ..-._-' , i .".. > " :_ : . ■.- >f
THE '; G'.RLAND! -^Zi^ftP?) }-
;• h .■>./.! I" 31
Su;:i. ; > LEWIS C».. )•: "** r .
13X .ft 134 J Street. i/>'c-".y ;-».-SsS?^;
mil-3ptf ;' ;; - ... ',. .— ra =-r t*« :
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IB
CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS,
SO. 505 K8T8EET. ."....-. -.........; •- •'.... :..-..:.........:.-.BACKAME.TW»
Car-load of Fraoz Falk's Milwaukee Export Beer^
Which is considered th« finest in the worl.i lor Family, Hotel or SalooV uje-in Qj«rU jwdHnU.^ ■W«-
-• - »re Sclc A^nW for Sacramento. Reotivtng direct. In car-load lots, at special raias. ■ |
| STAR MILLS AND MALT HOUSE..
' XECnOCKC «t LACKS,
' XT 03 - 50,52 AND bi FIFTH ST., SACRAMEXTO.
,1^ de«icrs in Produce and Brewers' Supplies,
ilanufacturera of Malt and all kind* of Meals, etc., .
Oatmeal, Cornme.il, Cracked Wheat, Graham Floor,.
Ruokwheat Flour, etc h jul7 lpti ;