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HIE DAILY RECORD-UNION.
8 1T11K8AV...... .\<>Yl*n__R tf , 1880.
, Dally Meteorological ttecord— Signal serv
■lce rolled * :iiu-i Army.
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P.i-tlaud. Sl.StlS* » W. -2 Ujcht. Clear
llosebunr 30.31 30 90 ......:. Clm... .02 Cloudy
Re'l Bluff 30. Mi 57 '.'I W. 2 Light... Ciaar
Sacram'to 30.00 43 3; B.W. 4 Gentle. . - . Clear
San Fran !
■-Mas. Trux., 52. ilia. Ther.; 30. Elver (bo-** low
' 7 water guilt, 7.7.
>'. a !;;u>aTO», November iO'-'a-muliiielit.—lndica
tions for northern Pacific coast region: Partly
- cloudy weather, s-ith occMtohal rain. tor central
and southern Pacific coast regions : Clear or partly
clotidj w.-ather. ■-'• 77 --.-■
,11 M_— | — 111 —Wl ■ fr^-wlWiM—^
' A. O. U. WV— Union Lodi;e t-i-nijbt.
htcreopticon Views — Pre*} rtan Church.
Philharmonic Society— Sect Thursday evcuing.
Information wanted of J. P. Miller.
First-ulaiS Guitar— For ado cheap.
.Slicrlmra £ Smith— Household g ods to-day.
11. Pflug & Co.— II -7w;i7 KM etc., to-day.
.1. C. Radenneh— City Baths, X struct. "
Kadweiser Beer—Hall. Luhrs 4 Co., agents.
Grand Hotel property for silo.
Bunko-.v Co. — Since reserved,
llechan'ca' Store — Rare-it bargain*.
Kemoval— J. Gsorjjs Kertb, tobacconist.
LOCAL I NTELLIGENCE.
Police Court. — In the Police Court ye—
terday cases were disposed if as follows:
Jesse Slaughter, charged with committing
an assault with a deadly weapon, throwing
the brick in tha Railroad Saloon with which
ha hit O'LaugMln a ion the head and de
molished brandy bottles and tumblers,
charge, reduced to bittery, and the prosecut
ing sees appearing and steticg that he
hai received full satisfaction, requested that
the case ba dismissed ; so ordered. Ah Coon,
charged with burglary and king the suit of
■ clothed aad overcoat from iho Pacific Oyster
House ; examination Leid, i.nd he was bound
over to the Superior Court in the sum of
$2,000. Col. Martin, common drunkard,
pleaded guilty and was sentenced to confine
ment in th County J nil for a term of 60
days. Wilson Wildman, for disturbing the
peace, was discharged upon payment of costs,
tlie prosecuting witness appearing in Court
and acknowledged full satisfaction from de
fendant Charles Burns pleaded guilty to
two charges of petty . 1 iroeny — one for
stealing the serf of harness of Dr. Dixon and
tile other for stealing tha harness of Israel
Luce. Burns is to appear for judgment
to-day. George M. Fatr, rearrested for tier
jury, case continued till December 1, 1880,
and defendant allowed to gb on his recogni
miici it— l that time. Thecase of Mrs. fit
lea Regan was continued till December 4th.
The examination of Giovai i rnaldi, upon
charge of grand luc?ny m stealing Soo of
money from a house ou L street, took place.
He was held to answer, with bail fixed at
$2,000. Charles Barns wa.s also examined
upon the charge of burglary — entering ths
Clunie building and stealing blankets, in
September last— and was held to tho Supe
rior Court, with bail a $2,030. The Court
Result of the Returns.— All the returns
of the Electoral vote b-ing now filed in the
office of the Secretary of State, that offic:r
has aggregated the totals with the result
given below. On th« 2'.)*.h the official can
vass will be made, and that wiil result in a
variation if four or five votes in three or
four cases, owing to errors in addition
made by clerks. The aggregates referred
to prior to corrections to be made are -.
Republican— John F. Miller, SO 282 ; Henry
X Igerton, 80,348 ; John A. Bauer, 80.277;
Chirks N. Fox, 80,228 ; W. W. MoKaig,
SO 242 ; Thom\s I.'. Bard, I 252 Demo
crats— IV. T. Wallace, 80,428 ; David S. Ter
ry, 70,885 : J. C Shorb, 80.420; W. B. C.
Brown; 80,413 ; Barclay Henley, 80,429 ; 11.
F. Del Valle, 50,443. This gives the Demo
cratic Electors, excepting D. S. Terry, a plu
rality, and one of th- Republican Electors,
Henry Edge.-ton, i plurality. Neither group
received a lo.i'ri'.y or popular vote. The
votes of Dal \'a!le, Edgerton, Clark and
Winchester, being the highest on each of
the four Electoral tickets run, aggre
gate IG 1,245 as the vote of the State
as shown by Electoral votes. The other
Electoral tickets received these votes :
Greenback— P. Dann, 382 ;J. B. Clark,
3,395: James Kidney, 3.379; J. 11. Red
stone, 2,531 ; orgs T. Elliott, 3,384; T. J.
M Q.i Idy, 3 389 ; li. K. Low. 831. Prohi
bition — George Bratnail, 53; G. M. Webb,
47; >;, W. Caldwell, 54; W. O. Clark,* 4**;
M. G. Winchester, ■">'■>; John Woods, 52.
There were 25 votes cast "scattering,"
i. c. regulir electoral tickets were scratched,
and one name in each case of some other per
son than a candidate inserted in lieu of the
scratched name. V, •'
Merchandise Report.— Tito following
freight for Sacramento passed Oglen on the
24th: For L. L. Lewis A Co., 1 case hard
ware ; C. H. Oilman, 1 case cloaks ; T. Har
per, 2 esses boots and shoes ; AVhittier, Fuller
it Co., 1 case books; Gardner Bros., 4 boxes
organs : Central Pacific Railroad Company,
125 bundles iron, 3 cases checks ; John Ocb
snor, 1 case household goods ; & T. Evan, 44
barrels whisky ; Hall, Luhrs * Co., 20 cases
mackerel, -' barrels hams, 25 cases matches,
50 cases lye; Locke & l.iver.son, 3 rolls car
pot ; Baker & Hamilton, 4 cases hatchets ;
Parsons, Kilgour & Co., 1 case dry goods ; P.
H. Russell, 5 casas mustard ; James I. Ft-lter
& Co., 23 barrels whisky ; W. D Corn-took,
1 case chairs ; Booth i. Co.. 16 crates ex
tracts ; Weinstock _ Lubin, 1 case corsets ;
Mis. S. A. Carpenter, 1 case corsets: Ad
ams, McNeill & Co., 7 cae«B mustard : Stand
ard Oil Company, 270 cases oil ; R. Stone &
Co.. 7 crates stirrups, 2 cases saddlery; W.
A. 4, ( '. 3. Houghton, 1 case paper ;S. H.
D^vis, 3 ens--- axes ; Bunting) Hopkins
& Co., 3 cases axes, 2 cases hardware, 3 cases
butts, 2 cases machinery, 3 cases oilers ; C.
H. Krebs & Co., 1 case enameled cloth.
Habeas Corpus Case Decided.— ln the
Superior Court yesterday the habeas corpus
case in relation to Minnie Maybsll Ball was
decided by Judge Danson. A statement in
relation to the case was published a few- days
since, wherein i- 'will be remembered an at
tempt was mvJa by the mother, who had
giveu the child to Mrs. Bell when it was but
two years of age, to now obtain it from her
and take it to Marys villa. By the decision
of the Court Mrs. Ball is awarded the con
tinued care and custody of the child. The
result of the case met with unanimous ap
proval by ail. except the defendant, who
heard the testimony.
- Notaries.— The Governor ha* appointed
the following Notaries Public : F. Brieden
bsch, Sonoma; Alonzo Rhodes and Wm,
M. 'Gibson,: Stockton; Niles Searles,
Nevada City ; •'. W. Thompson, San Diego ;
C. F. Macy, lowa Hill ; O. T. Redfield,
Rkv-ÜBER, on next Tuesday morning we
shall place on our counters some of tke rarest
bargains in farcy and dry goods ever offered
to the Sacramento public. Those who have
profited by our former announcements will
know the importance of coming bright and
early. Mechanics' Store, Weinstock & Lu
bin proprietors. syv; it • *
Selling Auction Rubbish is the mest ready
method of inducing the unwary to believe
that they are getting good value. Don't be
lieve it Experience proves the contrary to
be the true state of the case. Those in search
of good value in goods that are legitimate,
should visit the removal sals of Haia Bros.
& Co. J *
Men's Calf Boots, half double and top
sole ; all grades. Red House. . *
Men's Overcoats, with cape, $4. Red
House. 7 ■ -.--. :'--'- .-'--'■ ...-'. '**
Fobtt-ftve-Inch, all-wool cashmere roomie
.cloth for CO cents at L. BienV, Eighth and
•J streeU. Y's-* - : >"-7 .*''.
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No Auction Rubbish at Hales.
Improved ■ racilltiea "ior Receiving j and
-*; -; Shipping Stock. .'*- v'Y'..
, The new stock-yard-- of the Central Pacific
Railroad Company, which have been under
construction ' during . the ? past ' fill, ;in [ the
north part of the city, are now nearly com
pleted and have been opene 1 for the receiving
and shipment of . stock. They are ; located
upon the south aide of the railroad, in the
block between Fourteenth and Fifteenth, I?
and (' streets. The entire square is owned
by the company and to be used for this pur
pose. The yards extend from Fourteenth to
Fifteenth street*, and about two-thirds of the
way back from i! towards <', and the remain
ing part of the equate is included in the
plans, and yards will be extended over thi r.
portion "aa sooa as the demands so j re
quire. The levee and railroad at thii poiiit
occupy the line of B street, and a side track
has been laid along the south fide of th«
levee, commencing at Thirteenth and extend
ing to Sixteenth street, for stock cars. . 'IV,
0 r.-al platform, which is npon a iev«lwith
thefloor of the stock car?, extends along the
entire front of the yards a di-tance of 340
feet, and is 20 feet wide. : The platform floor
i- laid with cedar, three inches in thickness,
upon pit joist, 3x12 inches, placid closely
together, and which ere supported with 6xß
cipa upon heavy, closely set stanchions.
Running back from the platform are three
in loading-shoots 8 feet wide, and two loading
shooU 3 feet ami 6 inches in width. The
whole corral is divided into - sixteen
yards or pens, twelve of which are 42x72
feet,, and four 58 68 feet" There are two
■ • ways 12 feet in width, running back
from th front, .■.»•• 71 these yards, and one
from east to west, The fencing with which
the whole is inclosed and divid made, i
compo?ed of posts six inches square, set four
feet in the ground and standing eight feet
above. Up in these are spiked eight pieces
of Oregon pine, running horizontally, eight
inches wide aid 1^ inches thick. A white
coat has been given all the woodwork, giving
it a clean and neat appearance. The yards
and gangways are being paved, part with
-rranite blocks and the balance with cobble:
Troughs for waterin? purposes, supplied from
the city water pipes, are provided in each apart
ment, and placta for feeding are to be con
The ground upon which the yards are built
was raised and graded specially for this pur
pose. ft is made four feet above the adjoin
ing level in front and desoendit to two feet
at the back tide. Slopes are also given from
the sides to the gangways, aid .these slope to
the rear of tin equate, thus giving perfect
drainage. A barn, 31 by 61 feet, is to be
constructed on the west side of the grounds,
am) standing within tha fquare. This will
contain an office, several stables, and store
room for hay and feed. It will be built with
10 foot, posts, sided with rustic, and neatly
painted. This gives Sacramento facilities
tor handling and snipping live stock as com
plete, if not superior, to any to be feond else
where on the coast.
Thieves Arrested. About 9 o'clock yes
terday morning two young fellows, strangers
in the city and who gave their names as Geo.
Clark and Charles Small, went into the sec
ond-hand clothing store of M. Wilson on X,
between Sixth and Seventh streets, and while
the person attending the store stepped into a
back room for a moment, they provided them
selves with an extra coat each, and hastily
walked off. They were suspected by parties
who saw them go away, and, inquiries being
made at the store, the larceny was discovered
and pan*— it made. Trie fugitives passed
around the Capital Hotel and down the alley
between X and L towards Sixth street,
when they were seen by the parties
following aud a lively effort at pedet
triantsm took place. Both the stolen coats
were dropped in the alley by the thieves
during their flight. L .officer Nash hav
ing beard the cry of "Stop thief !" jo. .
the race, and, with the ail of citizen*-, soon
had both in hand. One ran through Frazer's
lumber yard at Fitch and L stre ■-.-. and hid
under an adjoining house, where he was cap
tured, a::d t no other was taken in a house
near by. When closely pursued, and they
saw they were likely to be arrested, one of
em threw away a bunch of keys and the
other a small four-shooter pistol, a dirk knife
and a, collar, upon which was marked the
mine of Rogers. These veri af. r yards
found by Nash, and taken to toe police head
quarters, where Clark aad Small were looked
up. Yesterday afternoon .W. T. Hunt, of
Woodland, who was iv the city, went to tbe
police station ard left information that his
house was burglarized o;i the evening of
the -4 b i- st nt, and his revolver and
other articles taken. This led to an examina
ti .n of the revolver thrown away by Small
as above referred to, and it was at . nee iden
tified as the one stolen from Mr. Hunt.
Two other houses in Woodland were
also entered by burglars on the same night,
and it is quite probable that the other articles
which the prisoners were anxious to get rid
of may connect them with these or Other
robbeiie". They will be held a few days for
developments before their examination.
China Wedding Celebration. —There
was a wedding celebration last night at the
residence of the parties chiefly interested,
Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Krebf, on J street, near
Seventh." The occasion Was the "china
wedding" of the couple, beirg the twentieth
anniversary of their union. . There was a
large assemblage of friends, appropriate pres
ents, happy speeches, merry songs, social
interchange, telling toasts and a rl iw of wit
and wine. During the speaking it was stated
that the husband has been twenty-seven
years in Sacramento, and has lived twenty
five years in the tencs where the celebra
tion was held. .During the evening Rev, Dr.
Taubner christened the youngest child of the
couple, and he was given the name Henry
Garfield. It was the -si baby named after
the new President in Sacramento, $ having
J>^;n given the name a few days after Gen
eral Garfie] l's nomination. About 10 o'clock
the company adjourned to Fisher's banquet
hall, where an elegant supper was spread,
fifty-four covers h-d -g provided. After the
banquet dancing was entered upon and con
tinued until a late hour. YY--
Prizes Attached. There w^s quite a
scramble at the close of the Carnival Thurs
day evening and yesterday on the part of
thosa who had bills against th" manager, as
he claimed a shortage, which was unpleasant
to thosa who wanted something more sub
stantial. Several attachments upon the
prizes were obtained, and various methods
taken to cure payment, In;' it is quite evi
dent all brills will not be paid in full. The
prises cannot probably be held in most cases
by the attaching parties, as the title passed
to the winners previous to the action being
Social Party at Galt. — A social party
and dance was given a few evenings since in
the new barn of Bart Daniels, near Gait, in
which a Urge cum puny took part. A free
supper was among the items of the occasion.
A lady correspondent states that a young
lawyer was present from this city "who
thought he would teach the -country buys
some Sacramento style, but they rather got
away witb him."
Change of Time. There have been rumors
for several days past that' the overland time
table was to be changed, to tike effect on the
Ist of January next, so as to shorten the
time many hours between San Francisco and
Omaha. The railroad ■ officers in this city
state that no announcement of such change
has been made. '
A PoruLAB Huhbco.— The greatest hum
bug of the age is the idea that good value
can be found in auction giods. Any house
that considers its trade worth holding, but
gets stuck with poor goods throuirh an error,
sends such coods to auction and in the auc
tion room they are purchased by those whose
claim, to popularity rests upon the fact that
they are skilled in presenting auction tra>-li
as if good value. For the worth of your
money in dry goods visit the removal sale of
Hale Bros. & Co., where auction rubbish
does not find favor. - *
To facilitate the rush and to accommodate
the public on - next Tuesday "an j extra
force of packers, cashiers, cash beys and
sale men will be provided. There will also
be two extra wagon deliveries. • Weinstock
& Lubin, proprietors Mechanics' Store. **j
The Vert Best, Value of cashmere - for
35, CO, CO and 75 cents at L. Bein's, Eighth
and J streets. - . • -"■•*,..
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Ladies, you cau get better vain* in millin
. cry goods at the Red House than at any other
j house in the city. . V V*
; K**s*j-***s-**-a»"B6S„— «— —^_^BS^g"^*jM*Ks
I Men's Ulsters only 87. R;d House. *
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•. Z. T. Cowdery, for eight years connected
with the establishment of H. C. Kirk _ Co.,
in this city, has purchased the Golden City
Dmi,' Store at San Jose, and takes possession
next week. 7 ...;', v •'"
V Thirty car-loads of cattle it passed through
yesterday from Nevada for the stock yards at
Oakl md. }.• Also twenty car-loads to 1 Madera,'
Fresno county. 777 - __":;■'".•.-. ; *>'..'•
Prof. A .0. Gregory will give a stereop'"
con exhibition next Monday evening at the
Westminster Presbyterian Church.
'The Philharmonic Society will bold its
next rehearsal at Grand Army Hall next
Thursday eveuicg. .V*"
There are message? at the Western Union
Telegraph office for Alice Glai and Merr;
ick Williams. yy.'-i
Forty-seven car-loads .if barley were
shipped to the East by rail yesterday. ;,'*""
No irain "grants will arrive from the East
I . ■ .hit -fovEHEHT-. — The following car
loads of freight were received in this city yes
terday : Nine of coal, 1 of iteel rails, 1 of
horses and mules, Bof wood, 1 of wheat, G
cf wool, 1 of hog?, 4 of barley, 1 of flour, 1
of merchandise, 3 of oil, j 1 of sugar, 1 of
whisky, 1 of fruit, 1 of scrap iron and 1 of
ground barley. Also through car-loads East
were forwarded : One of canned goods, 47 of
barley, 3 of beans, 1 of hops, 1 of wine, 1 of
coffee, 1 of 8-tl— ', 3 of merchandise and of 1
salmon. ■' V. ''.;-."-/ J.--.'.:'. ' yyz.
Believed to BE Stolen.— Night before last
a man was arrested for malicious mischief
(breaking in a saloon door), aad upon being
searched a broken Masonic cold ring was
found in bis possession, which the police
believe 13 stolen property. There is a shield
plate upon the top of the ring upon which in
engraved a square and compass, trowel,
spade and mallet and other emblems. It is
retained by the Chief of Police for an owner.
Auction Sales. — Martin Pflug & Co. will
sell at 10:30 this morning, at 1016 Fourth
street, one span large work horses, one saddle
horse, one buggy horse, two express wagons,
two sets single harness and two saddles....
Sherburn & Smith will sell at 10:30 this
morning a large variety of household goods,
in biding furniture, btoveF. carpets and com
fort is. Salesroom, No. 323 X -trtcc.
Police Akhests. —Arrests were made in
the . city, yesterdiy as follows: Charles
Brooks, malicious mischief and disturbing
the peace, by officer Frazae ; Eld Folger, dis
turbing the peace, by same officer; George
Clark and Charles Small, -petit larceny, by
local officer Nash ; Charles English, mnlicious
mi»cbi-f, by officers Ferral and Campbell;
Uncle Jimmy, drank, by officer Smith.
Wesley Chapel Social.— A church so
cial was given last evening by th-; ladies ot
Kingsley Chape), at which there was a good
attendance. A pleasing programme was pre
sented, in which Misses Bloss and Piatt and
Messrs. Crowe, Beaumont, Davis, Aibauch
and Burnett took part, j Refreshments were
afterwards served and a good time enjoyed
by all present.
Business Change. — J. George Kerth, the
tobacconist, has removed his place of business
from J, between Ninth aid Tenth streets, to
412 J street, between Fourth and Fifth,
where he has fitted up a fine store. Y,',^
Commercial. — Since last report the steamer
Relief arrived from San Francisco with
barge Thomas, having lumber for W. P.
Fnzer. The steamer Ceres passed up with
barge Lizzie Patterson, both light. > ' V,
Train Late This Morning. — The over
land train from the is*, will be from two to
three hours late in its arrival here this morn
ing, owing to delays upon the Union Pacific.
Patent Granted.— A patent was yester
day granted Thomas C. Churchman of this
city for a harness. W. ■•'
'PHONES. — 'Phones for deaf people :-.cd a
variety of devices are advertissd tot - J ■.
many of which fail to afford tin promised aid.
The aud'phone is a very great comfort to deaf
persons whose nerves have the power cf ap
prehending sounds through the teeth. Anew
invention called the earphone enables almost
every deaf person to hear distinctly. It is
made in four sizes to suit different degrees of
deafness, the power increasing with size ; the
largest not exceeding the size of a tall coff:e
cup, and all being neat and compact. A deaf
man's advice to deaf people is not to buy any
thing that is advertised without first ascer
taining its utility. 11. J*. Mathews, No. 608
Montgomery street, San Francisco, offers to
send various sorts for which he is agent, on
trial before purchase. Satisfaction or no sale.
From our personal acquaintance with bis
method we recommend deaf persons to ad
dress him for the best information and ad
No Auction. —No auction-room placed its
trash in the hands of Hale Bro.s. & Co. for
disposal" to a confiding, but deluded, public.
Instead of having such stuff to offer the peo
ple, Hale'f Criterion presents its visitors
with a display of goods bought from the
best hou : es and such as no auction-house
can get hold of to sell for what they may
fetch. :* ■
Free Lecture, by Dr. Simm-, on "Faces,"
at the Congregational Church, on Monday
night next. *
. A PEC in garments means satisfactory
wear. Anderson & Johnson, Seventh street,
between J and K. have no superiors as me -
chant tailors. Their winter stock of tine
dress goods should be examined by every gen
tleman. The firm is confident that every one
who calls will find it to their advantage. * ■••■'
Business Hours from 9 A. 51. to C P. M. at
Hale Bros. & Co. during their removal. *
No Auction' Coods at Hales.
THOSE who have spare cash will do well to
hold on thereto until they see tho uncommon
bargains in fancy and dry goods wo shall lay
before the public on next Tuesday. Wei_
stock & Lubin, proprietors Mechanics' Store.
Don't But dolman cloaks made out of half
cotton cloth at exorbitant prices, when you
can get good cloth, fur trimming, clasps arc!
pattern for $13 or $14 at 1,. Bien's, Eighth
and J streets. . » * .
From '.) A. m. to 0* p. m. are the business
hours of Hale Bros. & Co. during their re
moval tale. *
Auction Rubbish cannot be found at Ike
removal sale of Hale Bros. & Co. *" "
Gentlemen contemplating procuring win
ter suits should not fail to examine the fine
cloths — rew . importation? — at Ai --"er-on ft
Johnson's merchant tailoring establishment,
Seventh, between J and K. *
Special Bargains in dry goods, not from
auction, but genuine value properly bought,
are offered at Hale's Criterion, where the re
moval sale is now in progress. - *
No Auction Rubbish at Hale's removal
sale. ■ -'■'.-.-' ; . . • - • ' . ■ • y>~y*z~Si
Ladies' Merino Vests, 50 cents ; scarlet
knit vests, $1 75 and 52 at the Red House. *
I Beware of imitations in Rock and Rye.
Trade-mark filed in this State and Nevada.
Geo. W. Chesley, sole agent. *
From 9a.m. to p. m. are the business
hours 6f Hale Bros. ft Co. during their re
moval sals. . '
It wiil pay you handsomely to hold on to
your coin until you tee the inducements in
fancy and dry goods that we shall lay before
you T.ext Tuesday. :. rnitock ft Lubin,
proprietors Mechanics' Store. ■'■
1 From. 9 a. M. to C P. M are" the business
boon at Hale Eros, ft Co.'s during the re
moval sale. ■■■■■' ' ■■■'"" ..:".'
• Blankets and CoMifoKTtRS are cheap at
th; Red House. ,*-• ~--.^^SSV^^§^^^_tM
i Ladies' Cloaks and Ulstebs at the Red
House. '-:.' '-.'■-. .■■_'■- :;•■;
Auction Trash cinnot be fcund at the re
moval sale of Ha'.e Bros. ft Co. | ■, . *
Eablt Closing.— Hales Criterion closes at
' 6 o'clock each evening during their rtmovsl
sale. ■ — — — . *
! >' Flannels, waterproofs ant.' cloukings at
; the Red House. •■ ]. -■• ■ * '.-■
HOW THE PYRAMIDS WERE BUILT.
Brugsch Bey, the eminent Egyptologist,
say* in his work on Egypt : ' ■V .
"From J the far distance you see the
giant ■ forms ( of the | pyramids, as if they
j were regularly crystallized mountains,
which the ever-creating nature has called
forth from the rock, ; to .lift J themselves up
toward the vault of heaven." -And yet they
are but tombs, built by the hands of men,
which have been the admiration and aston
ishment alike of the ancient and modern
world. Perfectly adjusted to the cardinal
p lints of the horizon, they differ in breadth
and hight, as shown by the measurements
.of. the three oldest, as follows : 1. The
Pyramid of I X — bight, 450 7-' feet
breadth, 740 feet, i 2. Pyramid of Khafra
—hight. 447.5 feet breadth, 090.75 feet.
3. Pyramid of Menkara— bight, 203 feet ;
breadth, 352.78 feet." V
The construction \of these ; enormous
masses has long been an insoluble mystery,
but later generations have succeeded in
solving the problem. According to their
ancient -sages and customs, the Egyptians,
while they still sojourned in health and
spirits, where ever mindful to turn their
looks to the region where the departing i.'.i
took leave of life, where the door of the
grave opened, where the body, well con
cealed, at length found rest, to rise again
tj a new existence, alter an appointed time
of v long, long years, while the soul, though
bound to the bo . , was at liberty to leavo
tho grave and return to it in the day
time, in any form it chose. J In such a be
lief, it was the : custom : betimes to dig
the grave in the, form of a deep shaft iv
the rock, and above this eternal dwelling
to raise a superstructure of sacrificial
chambers — sometimes only a hall, some
times several j apartments— and to adorn
them richly with colored writings and
painted sculptures, as was becoming to a
house of pleasure and joy. The king began
his work from his accession. As soon as
he mounted the throne, the sovereign gave
orders to a nobleman, the master of all the
buildings of his land, to plan the work aad
cut tho stone. The kernel of the future
edifice was raised on the limestone coil of
the desert, in the form of a small pyramid
built in steps, of which the well-con
structed and finished interior formed" the
king's eternal dwelling/with his stone sar
copagus lying on the rocky floor. Let
suppose that this first building was finished
while the Pharaoh still lived in the bright
sunlight. A second covering was added,
stone by stone, on th« outside of the ker
nel ; a third to the second, and to this even
a fourth ; and the mass of the giant build
ing grew greater the longer the king en
joyed existence. And then, at last, when
it became almost impossible to extend the
area of the pyramid further, a casing of
hard store, polished like' glass, and fitted
accurately into the angles of the steps,
covered the vast mass of the sepulchre,
presenting a gigantic triangle on each of its
f ur faces.
More thin seventy such pyramids once
rose on the 'margin of the desert, each
telling of a King of whom it was at once
the tomb and monument. Had not the
greater number of these sepulchres oi the
Pharaohs been destroyed almost to the
foundation, and had the names of the
builders of these which still stand been ac
curately preserved, it would have been
easy for the inquirer to prove and make
clear by calculation what was originally,
and ' E necessity, the proportion between
the masses of the pyramids mid the years
of the reigas of their respective builders.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES TO-MORROW.
Ein^sTey Chapel, M. E. Church,
Eleventh street,' between IT and I- Rev. Hat-id
Deal, pastor. Preaching a; 11:15 a. and at 7p. a.
Praise- service at 0:30. Sunday-tchool at 12:411.
_- ~-.iZly. Calvary Baptist Church, -
I rtreet, above TweHtb— Preaching at 10:15 a.m.
and 7:30 r. m., by Rev. Jay W. Ostium, of Uoches
ter, ■-. Y. Praise service at 7 1*. -. Sabbat) school
at ii:!' noon.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church.
Eighth street, between I and Rev. R. M. Chap
man, i.D., rector in charge. Divine services at 11
A. a. .md 7r. «. Sunday-school at 1:3:31).
J? Westminster Presbyterian Church, i
Sixth and I. strre'e— pastor, Rev. 11. 11. Rice,
will preach on Sabbath at 10:45 a. w., and at 7 r. v.
m; rangers cor-UJl*- invited. Y YY V
- Christian Chapel,
Eighth street, betwee*) N »nd 0- P. H. Cutler,
lu-.r. Services at 10 a. M. ami C} v. m. Snnday
school at 10 o'clock a. v. ' Ordii— — **— i of baptism
after evening service. *
First Eaptlsf Church.
Xinth Street, between L and M— ltev.A. .1. Frost,
D. D., pistor, will preach morning aid evening.
Morning subject, " The Infidel's Bible," cr skeptics
favorl c continued. Baptism after evening
sermon. 7 -
Sixth street, between I and The pastor, Rev. 1.
E Ilwinell will preach to-morrow moral at 10:45.
Tlie public are invited.
. Sixth-Street Methodist Church,
Between X and L streets— Re" B. Bentley, D. P.
pastor. Services both morning and evening. Special
services every week day, Saturday excepted, at 2 r.
it. and 7 r. v. --.-.- --.-'..*
REAL EST ATE TRANSFERS.
Filed November 2Sth.
Central Pacille Railroad Company to Charles Mc
I. ughlin, November 22J, for — 'he sooth half of
northwest quarter and south half of se-tion 111,
township 7 north, range 8 east; the southwest tpiar
icri.i section 5, township it north, range 6 east
the southwest quarter of section 6, and northeast
quarter of southeast quarter of section 9, in town
ship 5 north, range 7 east ; ■■■'- 1 east ball el section
16, township 5 north, range 5 east, in all containing
1,033 acres. ••.'■'.
Central Pacific Railroad Company to Charles Me-
Laughlin, November 2id, fir $I— The southeast
quarter of northeast qu rter and " Iho northeast
quarter of southeast quarter of lection 7, township
6 north, range 7 east, containing 80 atres.' .'
V. F. Williamson to Patrick Mck'ncrney, Novem
bsrStth, for *f3,HM 50— A parcel of 221 32-lOOths
.ores from the east side of southeast qmrter ot sec
tion 25, township 0 north, range 6 east ; and * par
cel from the west side of southwest quarter of see
tlin 30, township fl north, rin .v 7 c int.
Thomas J. Clunie to Florence Clunie, November
SOt i. grant— The south ball of the block between P
and Q, Twenty-first and Twonty-seD nd streets, Sac
ranointo. ■ ■
L. Herbert t-i 1. P. Mater-bach, November "'M,
for $15) — A piece ol the northwest quarter of south
- ast quarter of section S3, Dry Creek township, eon
tan, 1 75-lOOths acres. \
Clare, Judge. •'-
Friday, November 20, 18-0.
. John McKinney vs. A. Meilbr->n al.— ase tried
and submitted upon briefs to be filed by plaintiff'^
attorney within three days, and by defendant's
attorney in reply within three days thereafter.
. Dsxsos, Judge.
!In the matter of the application of Mrs. B. B.
Bell for the cv tody of Minnie Maybell 811, here
tofore submitted — Court awards the chili to peli
tioner.' -■ 7---' ■;-..-. - - ■
* Court adjourned. -■ -
No cases on the calendar for to-day.
ABCADE^ HOTEL. '-.";. ';;J r^''it'
SACRAMK-rro, November 26, 1880.
Clay W Taylo-, Shasta | A llonfgibsrger, 81'
Leonard Kirk, bedding John C Hall, & > .
T P Finc^an, Chicago Jlt Mackenzie, do .
C 0 Ma kay, New York 7 W L Bolto, do
E C Mix, - >i.' do 77 . B Fricdenreich, do i
Geo Moore. Jackson : F E Johnston, Napa . .
J ily.naii, Folnom '■■- ' ■
, m .
The astonishing thing about 'Professor
Swift* new comet is that it is " throwing
off an extended taiL" ■If it persists in this
ruinous course it will amount to no more
than an ordinary bob-tailed star. We want
no comets unless they are ] able to J fill the
bill. — [New Haven Register.
. -» * ~— "
.' Offenbach leaves little money. He lost
his fortune managing the Gaiete.J
T. "- — ♦ * — -
; . Like Banquo'3 Ghost larpe placards stare
us in the face, lauding patent medicines and
their wonderful cura'-ive powers. Do not
believe in jj thesa j nostrums, ; made by '■ inex
per-tnoed aiid inconß°i(U»nt persons under a
fictitious mine." If yn'ir liver is out of order.
use Plunder's Oregon Blood Purifier. * '"■
.vAtCTIOS Tr.\bh cannot be found, at the
removal sale of Hale Bros.' & Co. *
. m YYV"^
; : Ladiib' kid fox Congress gaiters, 81 75.
Red House. V Y''-Y:> : • ■ *.;
Late Opening. — Hale's Criterion opens at
9 o'clock each morning during their removal
sale. .' "7 ' '''.'■" -- ■ YV- .-'. rj.-* 7."-;
; .- Laties', Goatßals,' 81 25. Red House.*
-J:-, ,yi ..y———:- : .
,;■ No Acction Goods at Hales. -: .
BLACKSMITHS' SUPPLIES I
lull line BlacksmltlislJSnpnlle*, Includ-
ing P. WBIGHT'S
Anvils and Vises.
KI.VSLEY CDKCCRD AND HAIF-PATEKT AXLES I
fi? «)IL-TF,m'EBED, SIDE AXD F.M> "vl
PLRKIN.-' AND BURDON'S
HOESE AND MULE SHOES.
EST STAR, GLOBE AND PUTNAM HORSE NAILS.
'— ; ■
Son and Steel !
FOX BALK BY—
— — IMPORTERS CV
•SC^__s*__»Xi , _r-_S__E6,__S, Ts-srcs.
Xo*. fiO to MS t, street, Saeranienlo. J
JUNCTION BUSH AMI) MARKET STREETS, SA>
mil 1 muni 11 ii- »mt 1 ■_ 11 m> 1 in**iii»*iii— n mi ■■ — _ —■
s'fiT t •v.B 3, no
wfflHllEj ;:.LSMOO. "
' Slaatifai'turer-i am! Dealer* In
■ Paints, MoidlDgs.
Oils, Mirrors, : ;
. Windows, Frames.
BIMs, Brackets, .;j
Wall Piper, Etc., Etc, V;
■ v;." : -r.' : ' ' '. * ■
A Full Supply of
Vom. 102» ami X»M SteonJ #t. Sacra*nftnio
a iiiiw*— 1— -nil * — * nii-iiwifii 1 ■■ —— 1 ~— —
Corner Pine and Eansnine Streets,
Man *('rni:i-iM-">, "faliririi!::, July 1, ISS-i.
Capital Stoclc, paid up 82,000,0C0 00
burplns 422,832 53
We ilr^Sr.* tv call your iillentlon to the
*Tmexe(t *1 ITM UKn. of this bank, and otter yur
services to any who may desire to do businis.:!
From our ions experience In Bankiiv.- we
hive* a thorough know age of the bnrine**, and no
off -rts will be spared by o* to render those opening
account* or doini business with ud every advantage
appertaining to their interest.
iti-ii Estate (Bank BnilUlns). $l.*!i).n'-000
Bill* lSu-rlvalite l.if *,3SI ">l
(iii-ril>;il'iK (Solvent) 93,4-8 «» .
Ileal Estate latten for debt... 3,504 541
luiifl A— ioeintlo_ «n<l i>tii-k
si.il- Ir-ui Ban It* . anker* , r?<i.'.ii; '• M
Cask (Coin lv our van1i)...... ". M&VM 51
93,136 <)-« 14
Capital Stork ...*ssi.o-M»,«iOf> en
Iteserve Fund (»ur,ilui) «2?,83? 53
Hue Itepiislli.rs I.si.-, it,;; 811
(in,- It ni nnd inker*.... 195,419 SI
Due Wlvldend*....... :i,o:>; .-,0
$3 1 .C.956 14
*n'e rcspretriilly rail attention to our
r.irilltie- for doing every kind ol legit male Bank-
ins Business, and lolleii nceoaatiol Merchants,
Manufacturers, Bank* and Bankers, Farmer.?, and
all doing business in our line.
lie ul»i* advice in detail of all credit*, »nd
acknowledge promptly all letters, and will furnish a
private telegraphic coge to correspondents,
Shipment* or Gold ami Silver Bullion
will have special care and prompt returns.
Iteinz Connected bi Telephone with all the
principal warehouses and the Prodi fcxchanije, we
keep thorou-jhlv posted in the Wheat, Grain and
Flour market, and are pri pa ed at all times to make
loans on Flour, Wheat and Barley, and other ap-
proved Merchandise in Warehouse.
Investment* Hade on Commission, and
special attention given to the negotiation of
first-class loan* of cities, comities and other corpara
We Buy and «ell Bill* or rxehnnz.-- on
the Piincipal Cities in the USITSD Stat**, ESOHISD,
FRAKCKand IBMAMT. ■' i!
Collection* made and prompt returns ren-
dered at market rates of exchange.
Triegrapale Transfer* mad* with XkwYofk,
Bosto.v, Chicaoo, and the principal cities of the
United State* ; also table transfer to Europe
letters of Creilll and tomui ri mi Cred-
it* issued on the principal cities of the Uxitbb
bTATKS and Xi, iiort:.
i.omii made on t-ood Collaterals or Ap*
proved Name*. Good Busi *. Nol * anil Drafts
discounted a', lowest market rate.
lieposit* received, subject to Check
Natloanl. Mate. City anil County Bonds
and It una::!*, and other Securities bought and
bin*: Is n Business that should bo recip-
rocally biuelicul to borrower and lend r.
Favor and Benevolenrc are not the attri-
butes of good Banking. Strict justice anil a rigid
parformance of contracts are its proper foundation.
A t'.ioil Banker lion* who takes belter care
of other people's money than his own. '.
A Prudent and Conservative Course is
one of the first principles of successful Banking.
This will be our policy. '
Yours, very respectfully, .
K. H. McDonald, President.
ft. O. MURPHY, Cashier. ft o9-3m3pSW,g
1>^ >MM^aK_M_^_W__M__M__,_WK_B__ap__BKM_BCg-Ji ___ ___ *
Of the Very Best European make, and unrivaled
for Flexibility. IJur.ib.ll and tv« line-.*
7of point.; 7; :
T BBAIi SWAM OOTU ACTIOX! j
In 20 \'n:«b rs. A comj Me Sample Card, for
trial, by mail on receipt of ■} . reals. S
A Sample Card of 10 of the Leading Style*, for
trial, on receipt- of iO cent*'
Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor & Co.,
.Vo». IW and ll* I'.rt-.yl street, He** Toek.
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iZZZiZXi.,/. Jurad— Ui 5aJ iscr-.tiv; emu , -i;s:«a.
■7 >-— J^C / £stdfoi*iaCu!ssaJ.vr--J.
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TEBBA COTTA ANB STOXETTABB.
: .&: yy z^rm^ymmM
j *3__:o__e__f__r.,; z*-ts fsnacx-acxx,
. - So. 31} J -ire ». -i -ramento, Cal.
■ *7-3i>lm - ■ - .
R0DERER ....................... ... qt9 and p * n I CABINET, GREEN 5EAL. ....."..: .(qts aDd pints)
MUMM..... ...... ..-...............(qts and pints' C. HE1D51CK............. ;...(qtsand pints) '
(qts and pin
tar pour, S,,fcK,iV » S-KTEKirs am. ci-xcr WISE. ™ cams am* <a(.e>».t-_ :
KENTUCKY WHISKIES !
toiE puohkievoks uv THE muwnc BH__msi
SIILLBR STEWART. & C 0....... ...(O. X.) I MitLER STEWART & C 0............:..... (C.
MILLER STEWART &TJ0....... ......'..;..:.(■_.) | GEM OF KENTUCKY.
P«>K SALE LOW, IX QI'ASTITIES TO SI IT. ' : ?'J-i'..
JAMES I. FELTER & CO., j Second street,- Sacramento.
AH"."" WACHHORST, A
Bold aM Oilier laMes, Diamonds and Jewelry.
£7* THS lIUI'IIC JSWSUEB OF -AC-UJ-KRT*. TSS
LARGEST STOCK/ GREATEST VARIETY , FINEST GOODS! LOWEST PRICKS
OT In ci lily receiptor Km Goods, direct from the factor!-*, henoe all sr*- BUtM-en* r-.e're th.
tienetit of bU3-inj- from firet h.-ui<i_..
Sign o± the Town Clock, g.
-_iiis ; .lie. *"'* «*:kekt. BET. TJHHD asd roorro, backa-hoto. (_£u»
• '*- -* ' oSts 3| *f ■ "_*
-yxwycu-x*-. ag^^Mißnwi 3__-_r_ rog-__jy-Jr^-y-gyjr--^*«***are^^ — —
tjSPIj «3T- ©.'DAVIS, . gplßjs-
CARPET AND FURNITURE HOUSE
No. 411 X Street, between Fourth and Fifth.
t3T FIXE ri:RStTtIKE. -fflTll A FILE Line .OF CAKr-TO, ETC. "**eji mil:.
■■■■■•■•■■■■■•■■•PM'iW** , *^V' , «**-B*W
TOYS! illliflfilJSffl TOYS!
TOYS! il !| Il n^ft TOYS!
TOYS! &.■%&. ■& MiTOYS!
What is a Home
' ' .. . " ■,-. ' ' '
; ; Without a Baby ?
■ '. ■ '. - 'j\" :
O' Everybody will agree with us, that a home without a Baby is equal to a Soldier
without a weapon, and the pleasure parents generally experience is to watch the little
" PETS" play with their
EfW-Vi'- __P"i__ ■ t *.'» ,r ».*^»» y"P~^*J 13
_ jTO^fS. I_ |
v A great many of us were* happy to be remembered on CHRISTMAS EVE with a
PENNY WHISTLE or a "BILLY BARLOW" KNIFE, but nowadays "YOUNG
AMERICA" has different ideas, and does not feel contented with such small trifles.
For the benefit of tho3e wishing TOYS, we mention the following inducements in our
_230X_X_ jO^E s t^3?i_-^.-^r^_?-
-13 mm WAX DOLLS, with hair .'. 25 CENTS
15 INCH WAX DOLLS, moving eyes .....;.. 35 CENTS
174-INCH WAX BABY DOLLS 50 CENTS
17-INCH WAX DOLLS, with hair V. .50 CENTS
19-INCH WAX MODEL DOLLS, with hair. .75 CENTS
18-INCH BABY DOLLS, moving eves .......Sl 00
171 INCH INDESTRUCTIBLE DOLLS, with kid arms and shoes. .75 CENTS'
20 INCH INDESTRUCTIBLE DOLLS, with kid arms and shoes .§1 00
11-INCH INDESTRUCTIBLE DOLLS, with hair. .................. ...35 CENTS
14-INCH INDESTRUCTIBLE DOLLS, with hair..... ...65 CENTS
18-INCH INDESTURCTIBLE DOLLS, with hair . . . V V. .85 CENTS-
INCH INDESTRUCTIBLE DOLLS, with hair V 81 00
22-INCH INDESTRUCTIBLE DOLLS, with hair $1 35
'-' -,:y-y ; ■
- ■ ' Y-Y-Y = ' • ■ . ■ .■-- '-v..-- ■•
We also liava en hand a Fall Assortment of KID DOLLS, from 81 to £10.
t# THESE GOODS MUST BE SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED. *«*
AOEXBHAH & GO.,
TOYS, FANCY GOODS, COOKERY AND GLASSWARE,
- ETC., ' ETC., , ETC.
Nos. 623 and 631 J street - - Sacramento.
flfiliii SH "w !ic--. : _s"
SEWING- MACHINES |
RECEIVE HIGHEST AWARDS EVERYWHERE
ft .---■...-■ • -- ."-.-■-' ■ ... ■ .-..-
-/*"\UR RECORD FOR 1840 TO DATS, INCLUDES 1!) FIRST PREMIUMS, GOLD MEDALS, SILVER
tl ' Medals and Diplomis. and 4 Special Premiums, lieing also Highest Awards over all Competitors,
both for BEST MACHINE AM) BEST WORK. THE " DAVIS" in to-day tho LEAD UNO MACHINE
of the World, and we Challenge for One Thuniiinil Oollars all other Cornpin'cs to compete with it -
in range of practical work. DAVIS SEWH« COJHMXY. tVATEUTUX, N. ¥.
oi2 3p3u»TuThSti JACOB LANG. AGENT, 714 J STREET, SACRAMENTO
__f_t^^f =31 Largest and Most Select > i2^^^
CUSTOM-MADE GLOTHiUG !
At S. J. NATHAN & CO.'S
LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
BOYS' AND YOUTHS 5 CLOTHING!
:-;.;■. At S. J. NATHAN &:Co.'3.
LATE,T STYL^I^I-ARGIST STOCK OF
leu's Ulsters, STYLES LARGEST STOCK OF Overcoats !
s Ulsters, Ulsterettes and Overcoats!
jjjp- At S. J. NATEAN & CO.'S.
. FINEST 'ASSORTMENTS OF
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' ULSTERS AND OVERCOATS 1
-■'•■•'.'•'". -'.- V ■ r.'Zii'Z: Z-'Z'- -y' 1 AT if^^__M-^^^*^^^^^
S. J. Nathan & Co.'s,
t Res. 301, 303 and 305 X street, Northeast corner Third.
"•Factory : No.-78 Reade street, New York. ■ Wholesale Honße : No. J29 Battery street, Fan Francisco.
Ii _f OKDEBS - |.'UOSI IBE ' DIIIII-J-- . SOLICITED till PKO»ri*LY FU.UEO. LA i