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Sijr». ','rcpt Report— November 11, L IKSO.
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SI ji. ther., 02 Jecreea. Mia. then, S3 ieijrees.
The Sherman educated liorseg to-night.
Services at the Synagogue.
The Sailor i; ,y Club— A card from Miss Cross.
K. of P., Endowment, Section 162 this evening.
Fir3t-cI»S3 restaurant for sale -M. Davidson.
Address wanted of J. \v. dally— Rscow-TJinoii
office. . .
Literary ami musical entertainment at Sixth-
Street M. E. Church.
By Sweetser & Alsip (Sherburn, auctioneer), real
e3tnte sile November 17th.
By Bell & Co., at 1 !•. m. to-day.
Administrator's sale, G >ur ie and Hdhricb, ad
ii' Dttt atora.
By Etll .'; Co., Silva ranch, November IC-.h.
McchuiisV Store — Fall and winter clothing—
I). & D. Falconer, successors to Ilook & Falconer,
■ Dissolution of copartnership— Zaek & Kick.
Sacramento Shirt Manufactory, 800 X street
ISTEEE3TINO Case — attention of the
Superior Court has been occupied for two
-days in the trial of the case of Harvey CurtU
vis. ttie Gihnan et al., George W. Tyler,
George Hanlon and J.W. Armstrong appear
ing as attorneys for the plaintiff, and Creed
Haymond, C. L. White and W. A. Anderson
for the defendant, Mrs. Nettie Gilraan. The
action U to reform ana set aside a deed made
by Mis. K. C. Curtis to Mrs. Gilmaa on Oc
tober 21, 1879, conveying 480 acres of land in
Yol> county and an undivided half cf the
Capital Hotel property, valued at about .$50.
--OQO, on the ground of fraud and mistake. It
appear* from the testimony that Mrs. Curtis
is the mother of the plaintiff, and also of .Mi.--.
Gilman, and she now claims that the deed
was . ■•.■'(•'j to create a trust in favor of her
self and the [laintiff. A large number of
witnesses were ■ unload for the plaintiff in
support of the allegations of the complaint,
and yesterday at 2 o'clock plaintiff closed.
Whereupon defendant moved the Court for a
nocsu;% on the grounds that the evidence did
not dUclo.se any trust in favor of plaintiff;
that the plaintiff could not maintain the ac
tion, cot being the administrator of the es
tate ; that the action cannot be maintained,
no distribution of the estate having been or
dered ; and that the deed dees not purport to
convey any interest of the plaintiff, but only
the interest of .Mrs. Curtis. The motion was
argued at length and overruled. The case
was then continued until this morning, when
testimony for the defense will be heard.
Much interest is manifested in the case.
Police Coubt —In the Police Court yes
terday, M. Dolan waa examined upon the
charge of burglary committed at the Bruce
House, where the pictures were sought to be
taken from the parlor, and he was held
to answer with bail fixed at $1,000. Pat
llyan, common drunk, was tried, found
guilty and sentenced to (today* in the County
Jail. Hit Lambert was tried upon a charge
of visitinjj an opium den, found not guilty.
Ah Hum, for keeping an opium den was
tried, found guilty, and fined SlO and coats.
John Dunn, drunk, pleaded guilty and fined
$5 ami costs. James Howard, disturbing the
peace, i >st dial is ed, no complaint having
been tiled. Paul Welch, drunk, forfeited a
ilepoait of 95 made upon a charge of being
«lrunk. The casaa of Charles King, robbery,
11. liis%9, disturbing the peace, 11. Biggs, at
tempt to commit raps, and Bam Sanborn,
carrying concealed weapon*, were continued
till to-morrow. The examination of George
A. Easier was resumed. The testimony for
the prosecution, direct, was concluded. A
motion by the defense to dismiss the case
w.;s th?n made, argued and over-ruled. Tes
timony for the defense was then proceeded
with, and at 5 o'clock the case was continued
till 11 A. M. to-day.
aoSAL.— Edward York, of the State
Knfiineor's corps, has received the appoint
ment of Assistant Chief Engineer of the
Mexican Central Railway Company, which
h building a Una of railroad from the City of
Mexico to the Rio Grande. Mr. York, ac
companied by his family, leaves this city
to-morrow for the City of Mexico, where he
will take up his residence. He (Ties hence to
St. Liouia, thence to New Orleans and from
there by steamer to Veri Cruz. Senator
Wats'.in, of the Truekee Republican, passed
through en route home yesterday. J.
K. Dixon baa returned from Merced
county. Railroad Commissioner J. S. Cone
was in the city yesterday. W. G. Tyler, of
the Alameda Superior Court, is in this city.
CnloDtl William Higgins pasted through
from Shasta to the Bay yesterday. Judge A.
] lih <dcs, of San Jose, and also Judge
Keyci^d, ' .'ilyuian-elect from Santa
Clara county, are in the city.
FrkMOBT Bah — Officers of the steamers
Same fmui Fremont Bar yesterday re
v. 'Ik on the wing dam as progressing
very BUCCTurfnlly. All the piles have been
drirai . ,'j.l the I. rush work is being put in.
!;i the channel has l.een already
greatly accelerated, and the effect i* seen
upon tho bar, itbeiug partially cut away, bat
shell or knoils of material (tend
ins to within about thirty inches of the sur
. yet over the entire space. These, it is
■ . v iil within a few days be washed
.i uniform depth of four or five
: ■ ; *. be obtained. A few days will
•j. Most of the boats pass Six-Mile
: . lout difficulty.
I'KGTr.cTixu Plants. — A correspondent
who has had much experience in the raisiDg
of plants aud shrubbery in this vicinity writes
as follows : It 18 a great waste for people with
gardens full of tropical plants to burn the
leave** which fall from the trees and then en
deavor to protect their shrubbery with old
clothes and newspapers. The leaves should
be placed around the plants rear the roots.
They produce heat and are the best protec
tion fr;im cold during winters. In Francs
and Italy leaves are purchased and brought
to the city gardens for this very purpose,
while here they are burned and the plants al
lowed to hitzo.
Nn PaSTOB. — The congregation B'nai Is
rael h. - oalled t.i its pastorate Rabbi J. B!och
of Little Hack, Ark. That gentleman arrived
. and wi'i tbil evening, at half
k, uuke his first addraa to the
concrci, ttion at the Synagogue. He will then
. litioaal charge. Tha subject of
the addrew this evening will be "The Three
Principal Phases in Jewish History." Satur
day Xt 9:30 A. v. he will speak again ; subject,
"The Hebrew Mother." • Sunday at 3 p. m.
he will lecture ; subject, " The Genesis of the
Hebrew Feople." The new Rabbi is of the
reform or new school of the Hebrew Church.
Tub Wkather.— S. H. (Jerrish makes the
following weather observations : The north
wind lulled Wednesday night ; at 9 o'clock
the thermometer was down to 40" ; at f>
o'clock it was down to 32° — freezing point.
The air was so dry that not much white froet
was seen, except in wet localities. At Sut
terville it was down to 29°, 3° below freezing
point. This season has been almost exactly
like that of 1801. No rain fell (except a
sprir.'.do iv Oct.iher) until the 11th of No
vtniber, after whii-ti it rained, as U well
kn'-.wn, almost incessantly until the middle of
TRlMMiSd.— The State Gardener is cutting
back the flowering shrubs and trees in the
Capitol Park (except evergreens) with vigor.
So extensive is the cutting, that it has mads
a. marked change in the appearance of the
grounds. These trees and shrubs were so
hea*v with foliage the i>«st season, that such
as did Bower made a poor s-howing in that
way They were »<> thick also along Tenth
street that 'they obstructed the view of the
grounds an I building. The present thinning
out. will result in greatly improved growth
next season. .
Pkisoseks for Folsom.— The following
pris«cen> under charge of Sheriff C. F. Fos
ter of Tehama county, passed thronch_ yes
terday en route to g Foliom State Prison :
Roderick Djnahne, for attempt to commit
murder, eentenced to a term of three years ;
Charles Howard, for robbery, eighteen
months, and iL.rL. ;• Woodward, for same
offense, fifteen months. '
NeTHisa TO Compare With THEM in THE
CITY Those heavy i ingrain carpets, at 45
cents per yard ; Crossley's tapestry Brussels
carpet, #1 per yard, at the Ked House. *
Cloak Dolmans, fur trimmed, atL. Bien'B,
Eighth and J etreetg. . -.- . *
; Wool Hats, from 50 cents to 90 cente^at
Bed Houae. * '
The Salem (Mass.) -Register of a recent
date, says : i Her.- Dr. D winell of . Sacra
mento, CaL, who was pastor of the South
Church from '■ 1849 to - 1863, has ■ been in
Salem for the past week with hi 3 wife and
daughter. On Thursday evening there was
an informal but j very pleasant gathering of
his old parishioners at the South Chapel to
welcome them. Yesterday forenoon the Doc
tor preached from his old pulpit to a large
audience. The altar and its surroundings
were beautifully decorated with autumn
leaves and flowers, and the services were im
The Chinese in the city were much excited
jesterday, in consequence of a report which
gained circulation among them, that the last
steamer which sailed from San Francisco for
China had been lost, with all the passengers.
Several prominent Chinese from this city took
passage on the steamer, and hence the effect
of the report among them. There is no in
formation that the steamer has had an un
favorable voyage, i
Night before last local officers Cafferty and
Barron found a man in the It *er part of
town much under the influence of liquor,
I having four $20 gold pieces in his hand, and
being followed by two ex-convicts and an
other similar character. They took the man
to the police station and retained him till
morning, and thus prevented his being robbed.
The Temperance Club in Washington held
a public meeting on Wednesday evening.
Mr. Gill addressed the meeting. Misses
Hoagland and Tudhunter auueadnet; Miss
Frank Smith and S. F. Hopkins saug
" Where i.< My lioy To-night," and Mr. Hop
kins also iuug '" The Gipsy Boy' and other
The case of Feroniea Miller vs. the City of
Sacramento, in relation to the removal of
her husband's remains in the City Cemetery,
was again continued yesterday for another
Th-'iiiaH Hagne, of this city, received yes
terday pir Wells, Fargo & Co.'s express from
Modesto, payment of an election bet upon
the Presidency, in the shape of a sack of
Cyrus W. Field and party, who are start
ing upon a tour around the world, wiil arrive
from the K»st on the overland train this
A car load of fine-blooded cattle passed
through yesterday, en route from St. Charles,
Mo., for parties at Goahen, Tulare county.
J. F. Richards n and wife, of Sacramento,
will arrive from the Last by overland train
A car load of grapes was forwarded yester
day to Chicago, attached to the overland ex-
There are messages at the Western Union
Telegraph Office for Kaiil Harris and Ben.
A car load of lumber was shipped from the
Sacramento yards yentfirday to Benson, Ari
No immigrant* arrived from the East to
MzBCHAJntaBI Report. — The following
freight for Sacramento passed O,rden on the
9th : For D. W. Karl, 20 steel shoes ;
Adams, McNefll & Co., 10 crates mince
meat ; J. F. Hill, 1 box lamps, 1 box hard
ware ; K. L. Denison, 1 case nuts ; Locke &
Lavenson, 4 rolls carpet ; L. L. Lewis h
Co., 1 box japanned ware, 1 box and 1 bbl
stamped ware, 2 boxes hardware ; lieorge O.
Betas, 1 car load of plows ; Baker & Hamil
ton, 200 kegs nails, 1 box plow castings ;
Huntington, Hopkins & Co., lf>o plates iron,
2 boxes hardware; Central Pacific Kailroad
Company, 50 bbls oil, 1 box machinery.
The Educated Horses. — The Sherman
educated horses continue to draw large au
diences at the tent on X street, between
Eighth and Ninth. The public recognize the
entertainment as one of the very best. Sher
man daily has a street parade, in which he
sits upon Jack, the clowu, the horse being
unbridled, and standing on a low wheeled
platform, drawn by four horses, that Sher
man drives a3 he sits astride the "odd
horse," that is literally trained backwards —
i. c., does exactly the opposite of what he is
commanded in all things. Another tent per
formauce this evening.
Freight Movements.— The following car
loads of freiK'ht were received yesterday :
Two of cattle and jacks, 1 of wire, 4 of oil, 1 of
iron, 1 of merchandise. 1 of nails and cuffius,
5 of wheat, 2 of hog?. 8 of wood, 10 of lumber,
1 of fl jur, 5 »f h<^s, 1 of wagons, 1 of whisky,
1 of canned fruit, 4 of tea, 1 of wool, 3 of
LTapes. 9 of coal, 1 of syrup, 1 of barley and
flour, 1 of clay. The following through car
loads east were forwarded : One of whale
bone, 3 of Larlty, 1 of woo!, 3 of hops, 1 of
canned fruit, 30 of tea, 2 of hides, 1 of sugar,
2 of beans, 1 of «reen fruit, 3 of wine.
Keai, Kstate Sai-es iiy Auction. — Sher
burn & Smith will sell by auction, for Sweet
eer & Alaip, November 17th, at 10 a. m., on
the premises, a desirable six-room cottage ; a
lot 40 by 100 feet on the north side of T
street, between Third and Fourth. Premises
open for inspection on the 15:h and 10th in
stants .... Bell & Co. will sell by auction the
Silva Kacch, four or live miles below the
city, at 2 r. H., November 10th, with all the
improvements on the place. It contains
forty -five acres of bottom land.
Rj-TCRNEn to Jail — Chief Karcher, with
officers Ferral and Bri-selL, returned from
Latrobo yesterday afternoon, bringing the
recaptured prisoner Muir, safely-cuffed
hand and foot, and gave him special quarters
iv the iron tank .it the police jail. The
question of his getting bondsmen, awaitiog
trial, has probably been effectually disposed
of by his Bight, if not the question of his
guilt, in the mmdl of people very generally,
and he will no doubt repose in the Woodland
jail until the jury are ready to sit upon his
A Free Ride. — Night before list officers
Smith and Cafferty found a woman lying be
tween X and 1., near the center of Third
street, in a beastly state of intoxication.
They tried to take her to the station-house,
but finding that she was too limp to give
any assistance and too dead a drunk to carry,
they got a hand-truck from an adjoining 1 us
iness hou«e arid carted her as a dead weight to
the lockup, where she woke up yesterday
morning in blissful ignorance of her where
Auctions. — To-day at 1 P. v , at No. 90S J
street, Bell & Co. will sell by auction a bay
icare, a jick, a wagon and a lot of bedroom,
kitchen and other household furniture. . . .On
November 23d, at the Eagle Point Ranch,
two and one-half ruiies below Freeport, (Jour
lie ami Heinrioh, administrators, will sell a
span of draft horses, a boggy horse, two colts,
wagon.s a mowing machine, a cultivator,
plows. Lil.'*, tool?, etc., belonging to the es
tate of John Neubauer, deceased.
Commercial.— Since last report the steamer
Yaruna came down with the barge Grand
Island, loaded with grain, and steamer re
turned with barge Cutte City, light. The
steamer Daisy passed up with barge Rosa
lind, both light. The steamer C. M. Small
passed down with barge Hope, loaded with
grain. The steamer Relief, with barge Ori
ent, with lumber and shingles to Friend &
Terry Lumber Company, and shingles to W.
Entertainment.— At the Sixth-street M.
E. Church this evening, there will be a
musical and literary entertainment for the
benefit (if the Sunday-school library, in
which Mrs. Hanisbrow, Mrs. Carter, and
Messrs. Crandall, De Yoe, Radeniacher,
Hart, Cheney and Ball will Uke part, in a
programme embracing vocal solos, duet*,
quartets, readings and instrumental solos.
Police Abrests. — The police yesteiday
made arrests in this city as follows : Major
Gannon, on commitment, by officers Carroll
and Rider ; Mrs. Cairn?, drunk, by officers
Smith and Cafferty ; James Gilson, disturb
ing the peace, by officer Carroll ; Ah King,
burglary, by officer Ferral ; Gotlieb Burke,
drunk, by officer Rider.
Abrestid for Ixsultikc Ladies.—Yes
terday afternoon a middle-aged man named
James Gilson took position at the corner of
Fourth an.l X street*, and while engaged in
insulting laiiies who came to the Postoffice
was arrested by officer Carroll, and given a
berth ie the city jail.
Legal Basket.— Messrs. Adam Batty,
F. D. Ryan and Joseph Wallis gave a fine
banquet last evening to the younger members
of the bar, law students and a few invite. 1
g««sts, celebrating the advent of their admis
sion to the bar. Speeches, songs and social
cheer ruled the hour.
Held to Asswer.— The examination of
Ah Gee. who was arrested for committing an
assault upon Mrs. Redding, who resides near
Freeport, was held before Justice Giltuer,
and he U held to answer in the Superior
Court will bail fixed at §500.
Trade-Marss.— H. Levi & Co. yesterday
filed with the Secretary of State their claim
to trade-marks for "Young Hyson Japan
Tea," and " Sunlight Oil."
Double-fold Mohte Cloths, 23 cents ;
camel's hair suiting, donble-widtb, 75 cents
per yard. Also, broctded dress poodg, dark
shades, 10 and 15 cents per yard, at the Red
Governor Perkins has issued the following
proclamation appointing a day for special
Immemorial custom has engraven upon the hearts
I of our people a grateful acknowledgment to Al
mighty God for the manifold-mercies he has be
stowed upon us as a nation. '^.t "■- j : \. ':.;
The scitlement of - these American States was
founded on the everlasting principles of civil and
religion* liberty ; its teachings haTe made us among
the nations of the earth honored and respected.
Thanksgiving day is the offspring of those princi
ples, hallowed by the dearest and most sacred mem
ories. - . - -.--■.■ :,-
It hns pltaseJ the Father of us all to have dealt
most kindly aud Kenerouslv to us. Government
has been strengthened, tba unity of our people ce
mented, prasp rity has jrladacned our heart!-, |x.ace
has bestowed plenty, and plenty has diffused bappi
ue.-s aud comfort throughout the vast extent of our
Par these blessing let us be truly thankful ; let
each individual accord praise for these blesainjrs as
his belief may lead him ; gather t -ijether around
tbe (unify table ; make these reunions the bright
spot oi home love ; forget not the po^r und the un
fortunate ; let charity and mercy be the attributes
to mark this day as one set apart, to forget which is
to remtmber mHhiuj.
How, therefore, in accordance with the proclama
tion of his Excel ency, the President of thi United
states, I recommend that on Thursday, the i'>th
day of November next, the people nf tbe State of
California do assemble at their respective placos of
worship, and offer thanka to the Giver of all those
Sreat mercies, for the many bleesim.-? which His
bountiful KO4dness has been pleased to bestow
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand
and canted the jm-ot seal of the State of California
to be atiixed, a', the city of Sacramento, California,
this 10th day of November, A. D. I^o.
GEO. V. PERKINS, Governor.
Attest : D. M. Brass, Secretary of State.
God save the Commonwealth.
Tutrsdav, November 11, ISSO.
Court met pursuant to adjournment. Present—
Morrison, C. J., presiding; McKinslry, J.; Thorn
ton, J.; Myrick, J.; Sharpstein, J.; Hoss, J.; Frank
W. Gross, Clerk ; 11. O. Kinkier, bailiff.
5119— Moulton vs. Parks et al.— By consent con
tinued to the San Francisco calendar.
Preston B. : Siinonds— Upon motion of C. W.
Cross, and on license from the Supreme Court of
Michigan, admitted to practice.
7033 -Reclamation District No. 124 vs. Coghill—
Argued by A. L. Hart for appellant and Adams for
respondent, and cause to be submitted upon the
Swig of briefs, Blteen days being allowed each side
to file sucli briefs.
Co6l— Osgood vs. El Dorado Water and Mining
Company— Argued by McFarland for appellant and
Garberfor respond! lit, and ordered that the cause
be submitted upon the filing of briefs, forty days to
each Hide being allowed for tho filing ot such briefs.
Mount BItDC Consolidated .Mining Company va.
De Boar -On motion of Cross, and on filing Clerk's
certificate and by consent, ordered that the appeal
herein be and tin same is hereby dismissed without
0300 -Lad la vs. Hawley— On motion of Cross and
by consent, it is ordered that this cause be sub
mitted upon the filing of briefs, with thirty days to
appellant and ten days to respondent ill which to
file such briefs.
6492— Argued by Spencer for appellant, and pend
ing argument the Court adjourned,
6523— Meredith vs. Santa Clara Mining Company-
Application to have cause heard in bank denied
C67s— Estate of James Holbert, deceased— Ordered
that the submission in this case be set aside, and
that the cause be heard in bank.
7471— Lang vs. Specht et al. — Ordered that the
sureties on the undertaking to stay execution in
the above entitled cause appear before the Hon. T.
K. Wilson, Jti lie of the Superior Court of the city
and county of San Francisco, on Saturday, Novem
ber 13th, at 10 A. M., and that the said Hon. T. K.
Wilson be and he is authorized to approve of such
undertaking. Further ordered, that the ordei
heretofore entered relative to this subject be and
the same is sot aside.
Court adjourned until to-morrow morning at 10
6492— Hillman vs. Newington et al.
63S5— Wedekind vs. Craig et al.
— San Francisco Gaslight Company ts. Dunn,
Auditor of the City and County of San Francisco.
6113— Carruiehael vs. McGillivray et al.
0798— McBeth and Compton vs. Mclntyre et al.
5847 — Beeson vs. Green Mountain G. M. Co.
Thursday. November 11, 1SS0.
Song Sing et al. vs. H. J. Merkley ct al.—Contin
ued to November Kith.
Feronica Miller vs. The City of Sacramento — Con
tinued for the term.
E. Pierce v . A. Schadcn et al.— Continued till the
Albert Semanza vs. Mary Semanza ct al.— Same
Albert ertunz i vs. Mary Semanza et al.— Same
Harvey Curtiss vs. C. 11. Gilman et al.— On trial.
50— Harvey Curtiss vs. C. 11. Oilman et al.
10,521— M. W. Davis vs. W. L. Pritchard.
370— Thomas Anderson vs. Richard Bilby et al.
431— M. Duffy vs. W. L. Pritchard.
TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE.
Filed November 11th.
John Wiejjel to Marshall Hale et al. — November
10, 1&J0 ; fur $3,000 ; the south half of west quarter
of lot 6, between J ami X, Eighth and Muth street?,
Joseph Until and wife to '/.. L. Oarwood et al.—
November 11, 1350 ; for $3,450, the southwest quar
ter of section 32, townsliip 7 north, range 0 cast.
Sacraukxto, November 11, 1880.
Dr Gco O Barr, San Jose Miss M X Barr, San Jose
J Ke^iiolds, do ! Win II Brown do
.1 Campbell, Colusn G W Stil\voll,9ar, Rafael
.1 Suruian, Albany, Or J D Goodwin, Quincy
S H Quinlos, San Fran 1) McMillan, San Fran
Geo W Fox, do J Miller, do
G !■ Seniors, d-> J P Wenturortli, do
J T Boyd, do HC Ruhl, do
T Hopkins, do W i Thomson, do
WNHobart, do C Seymour, Oakland
SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS.
iFrom San Francisco exchanges of November 11th.]
Barracouta are unusually plenty in the
market for this season of the year. -ft
The tax collections on real estate and
State personal from October 25th to date
amount to $G4,'110 17.
Duties paid at the Custom-house yester
day were $19,014 71 ; making a total of
$144,401 81 for the month.
On the 19th instant a railroad-conduct
ors' excursion, consisting of about 200 per
sons, will leave Chicago for .San Francisco.
The merchandise exports of the week
were valued at $1,331,547, an increase of
§1,000,702 from those of the previous
The annual meteoric display is expected
to begin this evening and last until Satur
day. . The most memorable displays of re
cent times occurred in 1799, 1833 and 1806,
or at intervals of 33 and IS, years. On
some occasions over 30,000 meteors have
been visible in an hour.
Up to 1 o'clock to-day but two cases of
small-pox had been reported at the Health
Office, and neither of these had I been veri
fied. No deaths have occurred since last
night at the small-pox hospital. A fresh
supply of bovine matter has been re
ceived, which has been distributed among
the public vaccinators.
Answers to Correspondents.
In reply to the many inquiries which we
have received regarding a most prominent
modern remedy wo would say : To the best
of our belief Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure is pure in its nature, efficient in its ac
tion ' and certain in its results. We have
leaned of Borne remarkable cures which it has
effected, and believe that as a preventive of
disease it is unequaled. For delicate ladies
and enfeebled mer. ' it is invaluable, and its
pure vegetable qualities commend it to the
favor and use of all. H. C. Kirk & Co.,
m» ■ -
Hammer's Gltcebole of Tar hag been
before the public for the past six years, and
its constantly increasing demand is the best
testimonial of its success. ' •■ -
. Dr." TJkqar's Liquor Aktidot*, carefully prepared
of the best Quill Bark by M. S. Hammer, druggist,
Sacramento. - (The celebrated cure for drunkenness.
A Cab-load of New, Sogab-Cured, Corn
Fed Whittaker Star Hams]— For flavor,
nothing equal to them in the market, and at
a reduced pii c. For sale by G. W. Chesley.*
People do not ask any longer what is this
Oregon Blood . Purifier, for | they know it by
"its reputation as beiag the best liver regulator
and blood cleanser in existence. *
' All-silk Handkerchiefs for 25 cents, at
L. Bien's, Eighth irnd J streets. ■ *
Colored Plushes at L. Bien's, Eighth and
J street--. V _______ ■ '-'; *
Ladies, you can.Fecure bargains on our
remnant table, at the Red House. " •
■■'■■■-■■ ' ' ■.'-:-■ •
Ladies' Black Cloaks, from $2 25 to $20—
all are good value — »t the Red House. •
The best appetizer — Rock and Rye.
George W. Cheslev, sole agent. * .
Children's Ulster.-) for S3 25, at L. Bien's,
Eighth and J streets. ' *
Heavy Ulsters for $6, at L. Bien's, Eighth
: and .1 streets." -.■."■■ ' i -_- .' -■ . . . *
•-' Wobkinghas's Shoe, full stock kip, only
$2 50, at Red House. . -*.
Ovebcoats and Ulsteks, from $6 up, at
; Red House. r ;'~:' "-■■'■■■;- !■:- ■■ ■• ■ ?/At -■:■.?.»?
'-• "■;•"■ '■'" : - - ' . . ' ■ -■ ..-• ■ ■•■-■ '- "
■- Hi MM PR'S Cascara Maorada BtttvA for h»bltt» '
I constimtioa. ■ ; . ■ ; - --- ,- ■ - . .: > ; :v.-->-- u :-.\y '■*
BtessMssßHaßSsff'-'-v-'- ■,■■>■■■■■■• ; -%: ■ ."■--'
The Coming- Event; !
THE MYSTERY SOLVED !
;v '' •■•■'■■"••• "■•
TO TAKE PLACE ON— "■ :
A fulfil 11 !? TW ii Wkr nil 'Q
Hos. 620 and 631 J street - - Sacramento,
A cordial invitation is extended to everybody to
VISIT OUR MAMMOTH ESTABLISHMENT!
N. B. — In order to give an opportunity to make proper preparations for
the OPENING DAT, our Store will be CLOSED ON FRIDAY NOON. -
■ ■"" AMUSEMENTS.
%^ BY REQUEST %^
CITIZENS OF 6-V<lt A « XT O .
WILL GIVE A FEW MORE ENTERTAINMENTS
IN THIS CITY WITH THEIR
BAItAEY, TOMMY. JACK the CLOWH.
EIGHTH AND X STREETS.
Admission .50 rents.
Children -••"", cents.
Doors open at 7:30 o'clock. nS-tf
ENGAGEMENT FOR ONE WEEK
Of the Eminent Character Actor,
MR. POPE COOKE
Supported by his own Comedy Company.
Monday and Tuesday, Nov. I." Hi nnd IClli.
Faulkner's Greatest Drama, and first time in
x 3C33STSKa:u3k. -< KrO«3!-Tar3E» ; <
: - X .:•■:,-- ■ ■ X
X 08, THE OUTLAW OF '98. X
X . : ■ . .- ,-: ■'...-.. --¥;: x
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER " 17TII,
The Beautiful Domestic Drama,
THE CHIMNEY CORNER!
! ; And the Roaring Farce, HIS IST LEGS !
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13th, i."
The Thrilling and Sensational Drama, :
THE POOR OF NEW YORK!
Other Novelties in Rehearsal 1
GRAND POPE COOKE MATINEE, SATURDAY,
■ . At 2p. M.
t3T Reserved seats at Box Office, without extra
charge. . • ,' / -..- - ' nll-tf
TIKI! V COTTA AM) STOVE WAHE. -
TTOUBY As SMj.-x-£i.,
No. 317 J »tre»l. Sacramento, al.
' --- FIRST PRIZE ■;
FAIR AND ME-
■rC* L Jrf\O la 1 - |B © chanics' Institute Fair,
|WS<£*_!?'jS k J* awarded totheCALIFORNIA
\^-:' 7 T* l cisF ELASTIC the best
— - I=^MTr Truss ever invented. Address
■ eimn r TL 9" ' or call at the CALIFORNIA
OllYtiLt. y^f S ELASTIC v TRUSS h COM-
PANY 703 Market street, San Francisco. The
•' Magnetic , ElaHtlc Tra«»J Mil !«ot Be-
c i-lve a Prize at the Ab -ye Fairs, or Anj
Slate Fair. Xor Even Favorable Jlentlou.
Tlie Be»t 6-Hole Kange^^. gKr^fe-S.
■ W 18l WORLD O x.
THE GARLAND! M -
t. l. IEVfIS ' '* C 0. ,: F^^^P^^^2 ■
139 * 134 J Street, ■ s"jKgsl7 — m 33&?' ■
STAR MILLS AND MALT HOUSE.
>r.l IMH Kt. A lAGES, '
■».TOS 50 52 AND M FIFTH ST.; SACRAMENTO
N dejJers to Produce and Brewers' Supplies
' A TTENTION, SHOOTER3— FROM THIS DATE
• X noi footing wUI be allowed on Riverside Lake,
i?"rn Znrot the • trrounis borderiug thereon.
Pir^n, S *^s^«^
*»"&«• S. 1880. SS
| Soatlieast cor. Seventh anclJsts,,
DRY AND FANCY GOODS.
JUST RECEIVED DIRECT THE FOLLOWING
5 LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
MERINO UXDERWEAR J
ALL SIZES, AT LOW PRICES.
tS" X FI'IL 1.1 M. C'.l'Tri
ALL OF THE VERY LATEST IN STYLES AND
«3TA LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FANCY RIBBONS
. - NEW STYLES IN
BROCADED I»»I>.S «OODS,
SILKS, SATI.VS, .
. VELVETS AND TBIHUIN'CS .
. TO .MATCH.
We call attention to our large and well selected
stock of KID ULOVES
Country Dealers are invited to examine our stock.
353. X.-STOXS' J3XS CO.,
SniillKMil corner «cvrnlii and J streets.
• 029-3plm - ■■..'■:■
Call and see the Handsome New
RANGES for $20 and $25, at SHER
BURN & SMITH'S, No. 323 X street.
■---"" ' ■■• 'i .■' 01-tf ' ■- ' • ■ ' -:-l'.-. : "-.-f*
> A G. GRIFFITH'S
*^LJ 1 PEXBTK
I'INKI V CAI.
rnHE EEST VARIETY AND
W^SKEq JL Largest Quarries "en the
Pacific Coast. Polished Granite Monuments, Tomb-
stones and Tablets made to order. " ■
| . Granite Building Stone
Cut. Pre-wed and Polished to order. gll-lpCm
So. 820 J Street ...........Sacramento.'
So. 33 Thipcmt street - - Baa Francisco.
L. K. HAMMER,
'OitK ; AOENT : FOR THE : J PACIFIC ? COAST '
Pt&nOJ Mid on installments, If desired, ir.d lot
rent. Old instruments taken la exchange for new
Orders for toning carelully »tt«ided to. . tu2o-lpln>
STEEL BARB WIRE
BOTH WIRE : AND BARBS MADE OF STEEL.
11l Pw% i^*^ IblllT mekl lM$!-!f,
| »j^MBARB WiRE» >
JJeat iw the WorlU f&Mf:
jtariU'ST-PKOOF a.\i» IIKK-riSOOl'.-ES
Weight, One Pound to the Rod.
Mineral Palnt<v'l-.-....11 ceniM per pound
Galvanized.'. .....•••■-•■ls cents pet pound
h — •:■•
43T PRICE TO JOBBK'RS ON APPLICATION.
FOR BALE O.\1 T BY '
HDNTINGTON, HOPKINS & CO.
IMI'UKTSI.S Ci •■
Sos. 230 to 'im X street, Sacramento,
JUNCTION BUSH AND MARKET STREETS, SAN
WIDHBE, IDLLB& 00,,
Slncnfuctnrers and Dealcirs In
Doors, ' Cornices,
Wail Paper, Etc., Etc.
A Full Supply of
| Sot. 1030 and 11)32 Second It. B&craincn<e
1 IMPOKTERS. I
+- . —
Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco.
WIG-W AO .(in 10 II- buckets)
CHARM OK THE WEST (in 10 11. buckets)
GOLDEN lIAUP .(in 10 Si buckets)
DRUMMOND TOBACCO CROSS B Alt. '..(lbs)
ROYAL STAR NAVY....... (Da)
FATRBANK'S LARD (in 5 and 10 tb pails)
GERMAN PRUNES .....(lihde)
WINSLOWS CORN (now crop)
f^p" New Crop Alfalfa Seed.
FRESH ROIL BITTTES.
CHOICE MAPLE SrGAK,
(In tubs and bricks.)
Adams, Mcl & .Go.,
. ■ + : •'.•"•'' '— * ~— — h
I WHOLESALE «mOCBKB> I
. — . }.
91. 93 and 95 Front street. Sacramento.
" Owl and Red Robin"
Oliver & Robinson's Celebrated
tar People who smoke these CIGARS will live
longer, make moro money, „ wear better clothes,
drive faster horses, and marry prettier wives than
any other class of men. We have taken great care
in selecting the above CIGARS, as well as many
other brands we carry in stock, and can offer
superior Inducements to the trade in this line.
Sample orders solicited, and we are assured they will
be acknowledged by larger orders. ..-
HALL, LUHRS & CO.,
CtraertlTUrdtEd X streets, Sacrament*
S^~ TTORME J>.
Q&- " Electro -Macnetic BCLtI^/J .
Awarded Medal, First Premium, Stats Fair,
mfflS GALVANIC Mt»ICAL BELT, A NEW
.\_ : and wonderful invention, will cure without
medicine, Rheumatism, ' Paralysin, Neuralgia,
Kidney, Liver-Spinal ■•, Disease*,' Rupture, Ajrue,
Nervousims, I'yupepsia.and other diseases of both
sexes. I *'« chalJer.(te a. scientific investigation of its I
merits. Call or address lORN E & WEST ELECTRO-
MAGNETIC BELT CO., "68 Market street, San I
Franwco. " *- ■-"''■ 029-3p3m&gg3mSW ■■;
; r^iV ; WHY ARE WE SICK?
lit ii V;?* S N\ Became 'i we allow the
M1 '.! ...^~.«.-j. M Liver, the Bowels, and the
Wi'-^rSWQ^vlft Kilncyi, these great organs,
ifti jV \I,J. v '■fj. to become c!<ifnre>i or torpid,
Wvi'tirik*** : 0/ »'• i poisonous humors art
! . \KY*£J jy_J lMff) forced into - the blood. > Ex-
Si^X®/^S^_ pel them by nslr ? Wm.
'< i^vvGiYni ITnnder'n Oregon Blood
, \aßsai^"J«** PDrtUcr. Sold by all dna-
TTTTfIiT gists. Q26-Sp2lniBW-2oaW3
R0DEEER. ; ...... ; .. . .;...:..... : .Vqts and pints) I CABINET, GREEN SEAL i ." '. (qU and pints)
iSUMM... .........:........ ..(qtsand P int3)|c.11E1D51CK..:.V.......... "' (qts and pint*)
PiPER HEiDsicK.:.-....;--.:.-..::.^?/:;.:. .:.:•.::;;;--..;.; -:/. :.;..;... (qU and pinU)
w FORT, si!i;i2i;v, SIBTERXE ; axu CLARET win, IV CASKS axd CASES. -c*
KENTUCKY: WHISKIES !
SOIE . PROPRIETOUg OF THE FOLLOWING BRANDS :
MILLER STEWART & C0....... ;;...;.:. .(0.K.) 1 MILLER STEWART & C 0.... . (C )
MILLER STEWART & C0........:...........(M.) | GEM OF KENTUCKY.
FUR SALE LOW,; IX QI AMITIES TO MIT.
JAMES I. FELTER & CO., Second street, Sacramento.
iiWILSON GOODS.! !
A. Clean Sweep will be Made,
ENDING SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13th.
III.:; LAST TIIIV<; SOLD SATURDAY WILL BE THE
LUMBER IN SHELVING, EMPTY CASES, ETC.
30 GASES OF BOOTS MD SHOES
Added to the Consignment. Will be Sold at Half the Regular Price.
ar WHOLE* ALE AND RETAIL EACH BAY, AYD AI CTIOX EACH EVENING ! •$» \
Gold and Silver latches, Diamonds and Jewelry.
tar the leading JEWELER of BACRAJIENTO. "ej
LARGEST STOCK I GREATEST VARIETY / FINEST GOODS J LOWEST PRICES
KB" In daily receipt of New Goods, direct from the factories, hence all my customers receive the
benefit of buying from first hands. __________
gjxSigiL of the Town Clock, gL
g&.vyl SO. 31" 1 STREET. BET. THIRD AND FOI'RTII, SACSA3IEXTO. t£_-_3
J. €3-. DAVIS, gpSßj|
CARPET AND FURNITURE HOUSE
No. 411 E Street, between Fourth and Fifth.
t3T FIXE FrRXHTHE, WITH A II LL LINE OF CARPETS. ETC. "£» aulS 3pl
Blankets ! Blankets !
' ■ - ■ ■
EASTERN AND CALIFORNIAN
-I H -!— i-
j WHITE, I I SC.4HLET, |
+ 1. ■-.
I BKOWS, j I YUTVI ! j
JCST We offer special inducements to the trade and
at retail in these trooda, having purchased largely
at New York anil San Francisco Auction Sales.
IN ALL GRADES.
PATENTED JUNE 13. 1876.
FOR SALE BY
8. LIPMAN : & GO.,
Fifth and J sts., Sacramento.
Portland, Or. ; Virginia City", Nov.; Nora City,
Cal ; No. 20 Walker street. New Vc.rk. 111-Spin)
, E. G. /'■■-, '-/^"NlFnutiiJ Jk'iMsaTiiiiMlkliocl
— /<. J :. Eaidfo:t!ioCi.U^9jjurul. .
'■■■■■ n3O-3p3m ' '
Sold, Silver . and Nickel Plating !
ALL KINDS OF TABLE-WARE REPAIRED AND RE-
PLATED [QUAL TO NEW I
tH MANUFACTORY OF"»
Gold-Saving Amalgamating Plates.
ALSO — .
SmxeiNG PLATES to nave I'LOAT GOLD.
GEO. M. LEDERER & CO.,
No. 731 Min^inn street, opposite Grand Opera House,
San Krancieco. Send for circulars. 027*3p3m ■ .
S.J. NATHAN & CO.
, LEADINa CLOTHIERS, ,
Nos. 331, 303 and 305 It street, Northeast corner Third,
/iS AC RAM EN TO.
gl^gr* This EstaMshmeit ""^^M^
JBHr*^,™.:*^ lIEIXG THE OLDEST IX SACKAMEXTO, P^*'**^^^
KNOWS. TO JUTE ALWAYS IN STOCK THE MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
MEN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING,
■ OF ALL GRADES AND PRICES.
Also, the Largest Variety of GENTS' SCARFS and UNDERWEAR, of
the Choicest Colors and Quality.
: .■'.■■■;■-■'■...-■■',■■■■"•.■..■,::— ALSO— '-■- ■ .
TKrXUS, VALISES AND SATCHEL*. . ALL EASTERN MAX! FACT! BED, ASD EACH
.' M.IRKAXTED AXD " SEASONED !"J V
A LONG UHK OF IMPORTED HATS AND CAPS OF THE LATEST STYLES, made cspeculljr for am.
Gents', Boys' and Youths' Ulsters and Overcoats,
Factory No. 78 Reside street, New York. - Wholesale House : No. 29 Battery Wroet, Fan Fraodjco.
fiT No connection or business with ;iny House iv Sa«istne.r.'9 bearing o\if nwe, - Order* from tl>» ■.
1 tountry will receive prompt attention.- ;: - - , ; - - :■,-
C.H. STEVENS & GO'S
Brocaded and Plain.
Brocade Trimmings to Match
DOLMANS and ULSTERS !
Prices the Very Lowest.
tar r:r..:n:.iii;j:i'. oik
- : FINEST STCCK OF
FRENCH KID SHOES,
IS ALL THE NEW STYLES !
CHILDREN'S SOLAR-TIP SHOES,
THE BEST MADE.
Fend for Samples and Price list* to
C. H. STEVENS & CO.,
Corner Eighth and J streets.
WHOLES JIB A!H) RBTAIL
€35- O C? 23 lE*,,
Korthwrst cor. Brcoml and J street*.
IN OBDKR TO FACILITATE TRADE, I WILL
ti'i«l, en application,
PKIVTKU PBICK LISTS,
Subject to the Dally Changes in the Price
THE BEST OF
NEW JAPAN AND CHINA TEAS.
£3T The Finest Selection of C<M(a It Ira and
•lava CofTeen, and all other Goods belonging to
a First-class Grocery House.
Corner Second and .1 MreeU, Sacramento*
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