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THE DAILY RECORD -UNlfm.
FEI3AT. DECEMBER IT, 18X0.
Dally Meteorological Kecord- Signal Serv
ice lulled Stales Army. -
SacKA-tESTO, December 18, 1860—8*2 rj M. \
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Olympia.. 29. 32 100 N. E. 1 Light.. .J. Fair
Portland. '_H.-_.S7 77 N. \V. . Gentle .... Fair
Rose bun? 20. si S3 00 N. w. i 'Light Cloudy
Red Bluff 29.71 43 (SIN. W. Gentle. .07 Lt. rain
Sacram'to 23.71 17 85 S. E. 10 Fresh.. .06 Lt. rain
•3. Fran.. 21. 6.148 6.1 W. 4 Gentle Cloudy
-Visa::- 29.76 40 -•:.-•. 1.. 3 Gentle. .... Clear
" L Angel. !i». 78 -JZ 86 E. 4 ten tie .;.. Cloudy
Max. Ther., 63. Mm. Ther., 41. - River above low
water mark, 11 It. 10 in. ■
"4:02 A. M. " ' ' '
Philharmonic Society Concert, this evening.
Sacramento Royal Arch Chapter, to night.
Boys i.i Blue Meeting, this evening.
Attention, Sacramento Hussars, to-night.
Capitol Lodge, 1. O. O. P., this afternoon.
Parlor No. 8, N. S. G. Wi, this evening.
' Grand Turkey and Glass Ball Shooting.
Philharmonic Society— Lady Members — Omni-
Ancient Or.!, ri.f Foresters, Sunday.
. Glandered Horses — Resolutions and Notice about.
Kwc.tt.r_; Alsip— Real Estate Sales.
Eh 11 ft Carpets, Furniture, Crockery, etc.
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Business Advertisements. J
Albion Saloon— Jo. Ilort— Opening Night
lime Charlotte Roberts — Dressmaker.
Hare & Moad— Dentists.
Ncubourg k Lages— and Malt House. ::? J j
Ackerman k Longest Pole' Gets the Per-
sim.iris. -/; i'izf'f,. ■"
11. S. Croaker & Co.— Splendid Gift Articles.
Annual Meeting. The Union Building
and Loan Association held its sixth annual
meeting Wednesday ni?ht, when its Trus
tees, S. W. Butler, James McClatchy and C.
11. Hubbard, were re-elected for the term of
three years. N. N. Denton was chosen
to expert the books and accounts of the
Association. An amendment was made to
the by-laws so as to reduce the future fines
for delinquencies from ten to five cents. . A
resolution was adopted declaring that the
Association will pay the taxes upon property
-assessed against it. The Board of Trustees
reorganized by electing the following officers :
James M.Clatchy, President ; Bernard Stein
man, Vice-President; E. K. Alsip, Secre
tary; C. 11. Hubbard, Treasurer. Messrs.
Freeman and Bates were chosen as attorneys
for the Association. A order waa passed by
the Directors, fixing Sll as the premium that
will be paid for surrender of old shares,
and $3 for those of the second series. It
was also decided to issue 300 new shares, of
which not more than ten will be granted to
any one person, and two-thirds of the new
series to be disposed of only to borrowers. There
have now been seventy-three monthly pay
ments made upon the shares, and the present
showing ia very satisfactory to the members.
Merchandise Report.— The following
freight for Sacramento passed Ogdeu on the
11 tii ; For Adams, McNeil k Co., 2 packages
tobacco ; Day & Joy, 1 box hardware ; W.
R. Knights, 3 presses, 2 meat-choppers, 1
wooden frame ; N. S. Keliar, 1 box clothing ;
Whittier, Fuller & Co., 2 boxes moldings, 2
boxes picture frames ; James Parsons, 2 bun
dles paper ; H. C. Kirk & Co., 2 boxes soap,
1 bag drugs ; Rothfeld Urns , 1 bos handker
_ , chiefs; C. 11. Oilman, 0 cases shoes ; Hunt
ington, Hopkins & Co., ft drums iron pipe
fitting"-, 4 boxes hardware, 3 cases machinery;
Robert Allen, 1 box hickory nuts ; Tatcomb
& Co., 6 tubs butter; Keystone Mills and
. Record-Union. IGO bundles paper ; Central
Pacific Railroad Company, 50 barrels oil ; F.
Fisher, 1 bale leather ; Lindley & Co., 10
butts tobacco ; Eureka Publishing House, 4
box a books; BiUingsley & Co, 1 box
ECLIT3B Postponed. — Those who had
their glasses all smoked, through which to
inspect the eclipse of the mono yesterday
morning, were prevented from using them,
and the promised entertainment was i post
poned on account of th? threatening weather.
It would save a gnat deal of mental irrita
tion and disappointment if the almanac pub
lishers and managers of eclipse enteitain
ments would boldly announce, and stand up
to it, that thero would be no postponement on
account of the weather. Especially would
this be timely when the exhibition is set for
an unusual hour, as it was yesterday morn
ing, when honest people are expected to be in
bed. As it is being conducted now, a fellow
may get up and shiver around an hour or two
before daylightin getting his glass smoked over
a kerosene lamp, only to find, upon idling out
and getting his nose blacked, that a thunder
shower had busted the whole performance.
Lumber Shipments. — During the past
two days three car loads of lumber have
been shipped from the Sacramento yard, to
Benson, Arizona, one to Tucson and three to
[aOS Angeles. It is claimed that the lumber
purchased from the yards of this city is bo
much dryer, and hence correspondingly
lighter than that from the yards of Sin
Francisco, hat the difference in freight upon
lumber shipped from the two places to Ari
zona is sufficient for a- handsome profit to
dealers in that territory. This it would seem
is an advantage which will permanently se
cure to Sacramento lumber merchants a
-»trou_- trade with the southern country.
Entertainment To-night. — Owing to an
error in a notice left at this office, the literary
aud musical reception to be given this even
ing by ths Faculty and pupils of tbe Sacra
mento Seminary was announced to take place
last night. It will be held this evening, in
tlie Seminary assembly-room, commencing at
8 o'clock. A cordial invitation is extended
to the public.
Policb Areests.— The following arrests
were made in the city yesterday: John
Chambers, disturbing the peace, by officer
Rider ; James (rilman. same charge, by local
, officer Coffee ; Robert J. Cottrell, drunk, by
During th* late auction gale we disposed
of our old foods that ha become familiar to
the public and an eyesore to Mr. Jelly. They
have been sold and replaced by an elegant,
-selected .lock of new goods res from the
manufacturers and importers, which i Mr.
Jolly, having bought for cash, he is enabled
to offer to Lis patrons at bottom cash prices.*
Fan Diamonds, watches and stylish
Jewelry, silver and platedware, have just
arrived, and are sold reasonably at J. B.
Klune's Jewelry ttore, No. 2215 J street, be
tween Stc___d and Third. *
Ladies experience no difficulty in procuring
a perfect fit in our French kid, side-button
and side-lace shoes, as all" widths are con
stantly in stock— all numbers. Mechanics'
Store." ■ ■ : " - -■"' "'-" ".. *
Our reduced prices on French and English
kid, button fchoes will continue until every
pair is sold. They are genuine bargains.
C. H. Stevens & Co. -'..*
304 HIGH round crown, raw edge, medium
band, good style, good shape, and a very good
hat for the money. . Mechanics' Store Hat
Department." ■■■■■■-■.' ...... -z ■ *
Arpad Haraszthy k Co.'s Eclipse is the
only California champagne made by the natu
ral process— fermentation in the bottle. * -
Gent*' toilet slippers for h lidays, 90 cents
to $3 per pair — great variety toselect from.
' Mechanic*' Store. ff lf 'Lt "'■
Havß too been our stock of gents' all
wool knitttd underwear for, $1 40, at the
closing sale of the Red Hon. c ? *
An Item for Gentlemen.— Tweed and
CMsimere urero^ta, ulsters and ulsterettes
at prices from $5 25 to $23 50. . Mechanics
Store. ■■■-..■-•;'. . *
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The Starter— A J good style— placed in
stock yesterday iv the Mechanics' Store Hat :
Department. j .- - — -.." j- - . f. ".',•_. •--■.
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- Gents' Dress Overcoats !— ln brown and
drab Kersey and Melton. Mechanics' Store.* :
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Black Cashmere, 40-inch wide, 50 cents, |
at L. Bien's, Eighth and J streets. iff. *
' But one of those fine ladies' sets of jewelry l
st W. B. Millet's. -fff *
.I " Solar Tip Shoes, in all sizes— most
durable made shoes. C. H. Stevens 4 Co.* !
Ladies about to purchase dry roods should
go to the closing out sale at the Red House.*
I Kro Purses at L. Bien's, Eighth and J.*.
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Ii Birthday Remembrance. .— : JThe forty
eighth birthday of Judge W." : A. Henry oc
curred yesterday, and J was most pleasantly
] remembered ' and celebrated. J, Mrs. Henry
| had arranged that they should enjoy a pleas
ant birthday : family dinner "all to them
selves." In addition to this, without the
knowledge of the Judge, she had also ex
tended card invitations, gotten up ip superb
manner, to the Chief of Ft lice, regular mem
bers of the police fore?, Clerk of the Police
Court, City and District Attorney, Rev. Mr.
Anderson, and a few other friends. Alter
returning from his day's judicial labors, as
they were about to Bit down to an elegantly
prepared collation, the Judge was entirely
taken by surprise to see half a dozen carriage
loads of guests arrive at his gate and take
poos-ssion of himself and his house
in ' genuine police manner. The
tables were extended to include all,
and a thoroughly bountiful and social repast
was enjoyed. In due time a beautiful and
costly gold-headed cane was brought forth,
and presented by Chief Karcher | in a happy
little speech, and which was very appropri
ately responded to by the recipient, It was
engraved : " Forty-eighth Birthday Anni
versary of Hon. W. A. Henry. Presented
by the Police Department of Sacramento
city, California, December 16, 18S0."
Speeches and congratulations followed, and
some fine music, vocal and instrumental, was
rendered by Mrs. Henry and daughters. It
proved an exceedingly happy and pleasant
anniversary remembrance. if
Weather and River. The weather was
cloudy and threatening yesterday. At early
evening it again commenced raining gently,
and still continued at midnight. The rain
was general throughout the central part
of the State, extending over the area
covered by the railroad lines, and as
far east as Alta. From that point to
Truckee it was snowing very hard, but the
snow-plows had not been put into operation.
The river yesterday rose rapidly and last
eight marked 11 feet and 10 inches/being
one foot and five inchea higher than the night
before. The bar which has been so long in
sight in the river on the Washington side was
covered yesterday, and fl >od wood was pass
ing quite plentifully. The river will prob
ably be much higher to-day. -
Philharmonic Concert. — The Sacra
mento Philharmonic Society, to-night at the
Congregational Church, gives its first concert
for the season of 1880-81. . Professor Otto
Fleissner ia musical director and Miss
Amelia Bohl accompanist. The programme
has been given fully heretofore, and appears
in detail elsewhere. It promises a rare mu
sical treat, and it ia fair to assume that the
efforts of this home association will meet with
such appreciative recognition on the part of
the Sacramento public that the church wiil
be filled to its utmost capacity. The eight
numbers of the first part of the programme
alone constitute a full entertainment, but in
addition will be given, without abridgment,
"The Forty-second Psalm," op. 42, Men
delssohn. . .••-.■■■.
Arrested FOB Bigamy. — A complaint was
yesterday filed before Judge S. C. Denson,
sitting as a magistrate, sworn to by Mrs.
Julia A. Landes (otherwise Mrs. Finn),
charging George E. Landes with bigamy.
The complaint sets forth substantially the
same alleged transactions that have hereto
fore been published in the Record-Union.
A warrant was issued for Mr. Landes, and he
was last evening arrested by officer J. C.
Medley. He furnished bail and will appear
before Judge Denson this morning, when a
time for examination will probably be set.
1). E. Alexander and Clinton L. White will
assist the District Attorney in the prosecu
A Graduate.— Mies Mary Mills, daughter
of R. T. Mills, of Folsom, was yesterday
graduated from the Sacramento Business
College. The fact is noteworthy, as indicat
ing the steps being taken in the commercial
education of women. She is believed to be
the first lady graduate of a business college
ou this coast. The faculty say that she
passed a rigid examination in commercial,
law and business ethics, and was graduated
with honor from the telegraphic and business
courses after one and a half years attend
ance, her average scholarship standing being
higher than the average of most of the young
men at the college.
The Trains. The trains were on time
yesterday with the exception of the one by
way of Stockton, which was delayed by an
engine tender jumping the track at Acampo,
so that it did not "arrive here until about 3
o'clock. The overland train east and that of
the Oregon Division were held accordingly,
and left about an hour behind time. The
train from the east due here this morning
was on time at midnight.
PERaox.tL.— C. T. Hopkins, President of
the Home Mutual Insurance Company of
San Francisoo, was in the city yesterday, and
returned to | the Bay last evening. State
Engineer Hall returned yesterday from his
trip of inspection of the debri3 works. Prison
Directors Chapman and .Neff passed through
from San Francisco yesterday to their homes.
Election of Officers. — At the annual
meeting of Franklin Lodge, No. 142, F. and
A. M., at Courtland, on the llth instant, the
following officers were elected .- J. R. Olsen
(re elected). Master; Sol. Runyon, S. W. ;
Wm. Johnston, J. W.; Dwight Hollister,
Treasurer ; P. B. Green, Secretary ; S. I.
Ivey, S. D.; E. D_tnn, J. D.; A. B. Hustler,
Notaries Appointed. Governor yes
terday appointed Notaries Public as follows :
J. P. Henniog, for Santa Clara county, to
reside at Lo3 Gatos, vice MaJone ; C. J. Car
gill, for San Benito county, to reside at San
Juan,, vice ..McMahon; J. W. Cotton, for
Solon county, to reside at Dixon, reap
pointed ; and John I. Caldwell, of Nevada
City, for Nevada county, reappointed. 'fff.
Case Reset.— case of the People vs.
Robert Gardner, ex-Surveyor General, which
was set upon the Superior Court calendar for
trial on the 21st, was yesterday continued and
reset for the 27 ih instant.
Bond Filed. — Thomas Stephenson has
filed bis official bond as "Justice of the Peace
of Natoma township, with Jacob Hyman
and Jacob Miller as sureties, each in the
sum of 52,500.
Commercial. — The steamer Ceres, with
barge Rosalind, came down yesterday loaded
with grain and went to the Bay.
All goods must be sold, as they are all
marked down to such prices as will sell them,
at the closing out sa'e at the Red House. * .
Keep your feet dry with a pair of whole
stock Kentucky boots for only S3 50, at the
Red House. Iff I ..*
... Christmas is the Season _ for : making
presents of jewelry. Go to Billy Miller's,
J street, near Seventh, to make selections.* -
For Holiday Presents, visit J. B. Klune's
jewelry store. No. 226 J street, between
Second and Third; _ *
A large variety of gents' toilet slippers,
from 90 cents to $3 per pair. Mechanics'
Store. '•- .■-..■.;.•:. J-J-JJ-: '-.-': *-
The finest line of gents' toilet slippers in
Sacramento, $1 75 to $3 50 per pair. C. H.
Stevens & Co. ■ .. J . : ''•'■■' : if
PigeoSs For Sale!— About 350 strong
flying pigeons for sale, cheap. - D. Deßsrn
ardi k Co. . -jj : . ■ ■■ .
Rock and Rte cures colds, ' coughs and
brorchial diseases. G. W. Chesley, agent.*
Heavy rubber coats, extra length, reduoed
to $4 at the closing sale of the Red House. *
A beautiful line of gents' scarfs, reduced
to 50 cents at the Rid House. 1 ; j * -
Heavy Calf Boots reduoed to $4, at the
closing sale of tbe Red House. * >
" Remember, To day !— Bargains in mil
linery at Mechanics' Store. .".-•*:.
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Remember, To-day I— Bargains in. mil
linery at Mechanics' Store. . *.
_ Remember. To-day I— Bargains Jin mil
liaery at Mechanics' Store.; -- . J *
Spanish Lace : Fichus, '. at J L. Bien's,
Eighth and J streets." - . --> " f: * .
£■' What !— Those rubber cloth coats, only
$5 at the Red House ! - *
Rubber Leggiks, S3 . cents, at ., the Red
House. . .'-■'■- '■'*'
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To Hand This - Day.— The Ripple—Me
chanics' Store Hat Department.' : x . ; * .
1. Received, J The ; Chester. — Mechanics'
Store Hat Department. fff 'fff. *f
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Brown ard drab Kersey and Milton over
coats, $11, $14 and $15. Mechanics' Store.*
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'■' Call and fee those bandreme : silk hand
kerchiefs •'. 20 and 25 cents each a; the IXL
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x Twenty-one carloads of ice passed through
yesterday and day before from Prosser creek
to Los Angeles. - Thirteen r carloads of cattle
from | Nevada j and ; fourteen from the upper
Sacramento valley passed ' through to San
Francisco. . If'flX'cf'f: -' : X
During ' the recent storm ' several of .. the
large trees in the City Cemetery, known as
the China | tree, ■ were \ blown down, f They
were set out in 1856, and were quite orna
mental, from the large clusters of buds which
they bear. .. :•.- -'f- "f-f-zif-i
■i The large granite gate-posts at the Ninth
street entrance Ito | the cemetery are I being
placed in position, and the grading of the new
addition donated by Mrs. Crocker will be
done as soon as the weather will permit. v J-
The resolution of the' Board of Supervisors
and sections of the Penal Code, in relation to
glaudered horses, are published in another
column. ."'•/:■"- .....
There were 38 car-loads of. barley, 11: of
wool,; 13, 0f tea, 2of silk and 2of beans
shipped to the East from Sacramento yester
day.;" fiz ff-, f.fffi.lff f ii' •■„ ':
Another carload of " machinery from the
East for the Carrollton J Mining Company,
New Mexico, passed through yesterday.
Another carload of . raisins from Briggs'
vineyard has been shipped to the East, "con
signed to dealers in Cleveland, Ohio.". .,;.;
Eighty-three immigrant passengers - will
reach Sacramento this afternoon by overland
from the East, including 50 males.
James Hasley, whose place of business was
on X street, between Ninth and Tenth, died
i There is a message at the Western Union
Telegraph office for. N. Beeman.
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A Lively Corpse.— There's a man who is
employed in the lower part of town, who,'
when sober, is the prince of fellows and all
that, but unfortunately he is not unlike too
many others, and frequently goes upon sprees,
and these always, of late, end in his having a
fight with the devil, under the head of delir
ium tremens. His last trip in that direction
turned the tables on him in a new field. He
didn't see any snakes ; he wasn't being swal
lowed. by anacondas or alligators and such
other pleasant apparitions and life-like expe
riences an are familiar to the minds of old
soakers, but the building he was in — his cas
tle—"went back ion him." . He had drank
until he knew in his heart of hearts that he
was in fur a renewed conflict with the powers
of darkness, and'as a new departure to avoid
past experiences, he repaired to his room and
went to bed, determined to quietly sleep off.
all approach of trouble. But it waa no use.
His satanic highness didn't propose to be
robbed of hia fruits in any such way. The
first the quiet sleeper knew the building
began to go to pieces, at least to. him, and
he saw, with intensified perception of vision
and acutenesa of sensation, the upper portion
of the side walls of the building spread out
and fall, and the roof came down upon him
with its whole weight, and held him fast and
crushed to death. He set up a scream which
conveyed all the horror of mind which he ex
perienced, and an officer, supposing a whole
neighborhood was being murdered, rushed to
his room and sought the cause. He found
the victim, who told him the roof had fallen
upon him and he was dead. The officer tried
to persuade him that he was mistaken, and
that he wasn't dead, but it was useless. He
continued to tell the whole neighborhood,
with deafening screams, that he was crushed
to death, and that he had vacated his earthly
tabernacle. ' He was removed to the city jail
and there continued the same story, and in
every look and gesture felt all that he told.
Finally he imagined that he waa about to be
taken possession of by the Coroner, and it
seemed to trouble him a little at first, but
after a time he said, - "Well, it's all right;
tell the Coroner to come and get me l'm
dead." After a warfare of four or five days
he passed from death to life again, and now
declares, upon his vivid memories of the past,
that he never again will voluntarily submit
himself to be sat upon by the Coroner.
Police Court.— Yesterday Thomas Shields
was tried, found not guilty of disturbing the
peace and discharged. Tom Bluitt and
George Parker were found guilty . of visiting
an opium den, and fined $10 each and costs.
Lo Too was tried, found guilty of keeping an
opium den and sentence*} to pay a fine of
§20 and costs and ten day.' confinement in
the City Jail. John Chambers was found
not guilty of disturbing the peace aud dis
charged. Win. Meister, misdemeanor, re
mittitur from Superior Court filed. Motion
was made to withhold commitment, but de
nied.* Defendant to be credited with 23
days during which lie was confined in the
city prison. Commitment ordered to issue.
E. VVatson, misdemeanor, remittitur from the
Superior Court filed and commitment or
dered to issue. The case of Tom Cranny,
for vagrancy, was continued until 23d in
stant. Court then adjourned.
Attempted Robbery. — Last night about
12 o'clock Gilbert Lama, who had considera
ble money about him, was walking along on
Front street, accompanied by a friend named
G. Rondolft, both being j pretty .drunk, and
who were being followed by W. H. Simpson
and Henry Bates, with the evident intention
of robbery. Officers Ferral, Caffarty and
May, watched tbem, and when at the corner
of Second and J streets i Lama was pushed
over a pair of scales by one of the party fol
lowing, while the other apparently look
ing about for a weapon to waylay him. The
officers named then rushed "upon them and
arrested the whole number and placed them
in the city jail. Simpson and Bates were
charged with attempt to rob, and the other
two with being drunk. .
■ Should be Repaired. — are soma
broken planks in the street railway pavement
between the tracks at the intersection of J
and Tenth streets, which should be 'at once
repaired before suits are brought for serious
accidents to horses. It is a locality over
which teams are constantly passing, and com
plaints are being mada about the dangerous
condition of the place.
Real Estate Sale. Sweetser j & Alsip
will sell on J Tuesday, December 21, 1880, at
10:30 A. M., a very desirable two-story dwell
ing house, located on the northeast corner of
Nineteenth and J streets. - ; Also several very
desirable building lots in various parts of the
city. See advertisement.
. Teachers'. Examination. — There are
twenty-seven ladies and five gentlemen being
examined by the County Board for teachers'
certificates.- The examination will be con
cluded at 4 o'clock this afternoon. ' ' -■ . x
Auction Sale.— Bell k Co. will sell this
afternoon at 1 o'clock, at their salesroom, 908
J street, parlor sets, Brussels and ingrain
carpets, furniture, stoves, crockery and glass
and wooden ware.
Remember, To-day !— Bargains in mil
linery at Mechanics' Store. fif I.
Black Cashmere, 45 inch wide, CO cents,
all wool, at L. Bien's, Eighth and J streets. *
Light Brown Beaver Cloaks for .5. at
L. Bien's, Eighth and J streets. if *
Misses* Three-button Kid Gloves, all
shades, at L. Bien's, Eighth and J streets.* I
. All goods marked down at the closing out
sale at the Red House. . . ff.ffjl -?
Visit the closing out sale at -the Red
House. .-:.■'- .-jJ...,- ■-,;., /'-
If you wish to secnie bargains, attend the
closing out sale at the Red House. *
'"- Matalasse Silk Cloaks, at L. Bien's,
Eighth and J streets. .iff '" 'fff
' Remember, To-day!— Bargains Jin J n_il
linery at Mechanics' Store, fff * ':.
Remember, To-day !— Bargains in mil
linery at Mechanics' Store. , . *
For holiday presents go to the XXL Store,
519 and 519J J street. > *
- Holiday hats for men, youths and children
at the IXL Store. f . 'ffff^
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- I have no more doubt of the beneficial ef
fects of Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure
than 1 have that the Genesee ri.er empties
into Lake "Ontario.— [Rev. J. E. Rankin, D.
D., Washington, D. C] >'• H. C. Kirk & Co.,
agents, Sacramento. fff "J JS :";;•
I Honey and ■ Hops • Curb Coughs I—
Ransom's Hive Syrup _ and J Tolu • contains
honey and hops ! and other ' valuable ingi..
dients.'; Hence its success. "J JJ .-'■'. fffi
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I Hammer's Gltceboli lof i Tar has been
before the public for the past six years, and
its constantly increasing demand is the best
testimonial of its success. J . ; 'r . "ff "fff if
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Ask i Your Druggist J for Hammer's Gly
cerols of Tar for coughs and colds, and take
no o ther.'S^^^jHSaSS^^lSS'S-K -. I B
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f Hammer's Cascasa Sasrasa BimtßS touches the
right spot in dyspepsia, '- constipation and liver com
r-y-^^S^cit. ' _ _ .
• Hammer's Gltcibols i Tar. - The J"' most perfect
couth core extant. ' Hundreds can testify to Its good
effects ,"- :.. .frfii' .•■ zi i -"
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'- H amssr's Gltcirolb or Tar, lor soughs and cold*,
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"The Longest Pole Gets tie Persimmon!"
Is an old adage, which is specially applicable to oar case, meaning that the honse which ]
carries the LARGEST ASSORTMENT sells at the LOWEST FIGURES, gets away with
the trade," and we claim to fill the bill to the.full sense of the -proverb; .Knowing it to Jbe I
quite a task to make proper selections of . <
..: ';- "■ -' • 'X - - T i-i. :fi.'L f-'i f I
-We would suggest the following articlep, which are suitable for the young as. well as old.
WE OFFEB.THE ' J. FOLLOWING IX OLE
SILVER-PLATED WARE DEPARTMENT :
Xzff. I :j' <v ..... -.. -- if "*■ ' i fl 7 "i'iflf.f fff
Rogers' Bros.' Best Triple-plated Casters, with Fine Cut Bottles. .$3, $3 50, $4 and $5
Rogers Bros.' Best Triple-plated Cake Baskets,' handsomely chased. ..§4, 8-1 50 and §5
Rogers Bros.' Best Triple- plated Pickle Jars... 'l .'..,'. .Lff .... . $3 50, §4 and ?4 50
Rogers Bros.' 12-ounce Nickel-plated Table Knives. . . : fff. f. .......... .$1 per dozen
FANCY GOODS AND TOY DEPARTMENT :
Vases,' in elegant styles J'.'. 25c, 50c, 75c, $1, $1 50 and 82 a pair
Toilet Sets, in new de5ign5. . . ..:.... ". . ..' J ..75e,51, $1 25, $1 50 and .<2
otto Cups and Saucers :. ...f. I. .1. ..... . . . .'_..'. 2(lc, 25c, 35c, 500, 75c and § I
Albums, over 50 styles ; we are selling a good quality of Cabinet Albums. $1 50,' §2,' §2 50
Autograph Albums if. f. ...for 25c, 40c, 50c, 75c and $1
Crystal Cut Epergnes - . ..... J ........ i . $1 50 ; actual value, fS 50
" Grand Pianos," with 12 metal keys . .:. . ...... ... : . .V.\ tv.for §1 (a great bargain)
Toy Tea 5et5 .......... 20c, 25c, 50c, 75c and §1 ; sold elsewhere for double the amount
Elegant Wax Dolls ............. ... .......... V;....20c, 25c, 35., 50c, 75c and $1
Fifteen-inch China Dolls, with soft body, kid arms aud shoes. . . J for 40c
' Seventeen-inch, same as above .... .... .'."."J . J . . . ..: . . . .... . . . if: .... 50c
Twenty-one-inch Indestructible Dolls '.'. .....for 75c
Ebony and Gold Richly Decorated Bric-a-Brac Cabinet Frames .... 50c, 75c, 85c and §1
Besides the articles mentioned, we carry a lull line of
GENUINE DRESDEN AND FAIENCE ORNAMENTS,
ARTIOIiBS IST OIiIVB "WOOD,
MAJOLICA WARE, RUSSIA LEATHER GOODS,
IVORY AND CELLULOID TOILET Sl TH, UllVdl RBONZES, ETC.
And invite the attention of "Critics" to , above goods, which we are selling at
Iff- fxIX II. BOTTOM PRICES.
: : '' -X ' f f " X
i.okerii;^.n & CO.,
Fancy Goods, Toys, China, Glass and Plated fare,
XOS. 629 ASD 631 .1 STKEET. SACBAMEXTO.
Cakes, I'd- .it'll all kinds of Fancy Candy,
at W. F. PL*CEKSON'S. d2-lm
All Who nave Tried XV. F. IVlersoti's
Ornamental Cakes, Tarts and Mince Pies, say they
are the best ever bought. Try them. d2-lin
Go lo llic lafavrt'e Tor Hot Brinks. -
Specialties : Tom and Jcrrv, Peach and Honey, etc.
X st., Third and Fourth. J. O. HECTOR. dl-3plm
: Capital Colonnade, 1017 Tenth »♦.. hel.
J and K. Choicest Wires, Liquors and Cigars always j
on hand. Private Rooms. JOHN HECTO_t.ill6.lm j
The Choice** Imported Wines and.
Liquors, by the bottle or gallon, at SHEAR'S, Eighth
ami X streets (Clunie Building). Every article
warranted pure. dlO-lm
Fun it .-tin 71 In Ind Company.— Sol Ice. ! the
Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the Foun- j
ts ii Slicing Company, for the . election of Seven
Directors for the enduing year, and for the trans-
action of such and other business as may be brought
b fore the meeting, will be held at the office of . the
con panv, No. 900 L street, in the city of Sacra-
mento, on MONDAY. DhCEMBER *0, ISSO, at 7
o'clock r. a. D. DIERSSEN, Secretary.
A Card. -To all who are MilTcrlng from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak-
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will send a
recipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE
This great remedy was discovered by a missionary in
South America. ' Send a self -addressed envelope to
the REV. JOSEPH T. INMAN, Station D, New
York Citv^ ■-- " Ql4-ThSTu6ni
Wei De Meyer's
.-.--.... - ■-■■■■■ -..
-.'.' J .. --'-.■■ ■•- ■■' . ';■ . ': '.' 'ft ■
CI BE. UNQUESTIONABLY MOST IM-
pn.-tant medical discovery since vaccination.
A remedy which assimilates with the mucous mem-
brane and forms not only a local, but a constitu-
tional core at auv stage. ; One package generally
suffices. J Delivered by J 1 druggists or *by D. B.
DEWEY "'ft CO., So. 46 Dey street, N.J V., ?1 60
complete. Treatise and remarkable statements by
the cured mailed free. The afflicted can refer to : '
Sheldoi. COU.-SB, Baldwin Hotel, San Francisco. '
Dr. F. N. Clark, Dentist, with Dr. Brewer, 8 Mont-
. gomery street, San Francisco.
Cats. Novssis, Wilmington, Cal. -SK^
C. H. Massiso, Fall River Mills, Cal.
W. ?J. Damn-port, The Dalles, Oregon. ' f ~ fXsi9§
Mrs. H. Uarpir, 706 Stone street,' Denver, 001. '■■...
Miss Marct E. Ranker, 495 Clark St.,' Chicago. _ ;
M'LLK Aiaaa, Opera Prima Donna. ' ■ .
Pan. Botbtoh (the Swimmer), Flushing, L. 1. . .
Sam'l Bbssdi-T, 697 Broadway, N. Y. . < j
Rev. C. H. TfAixoß, 148 Noble St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
K_v. A. H. S ir-tNKR, Frederick, Md.
Rev. Geo. E. Pratt, - St. Stephen's Church, Phila-
delphia. iff .
Rev." C. 'J. Jokes, New Brighton, V. Vi, etc,' etc. i
er A Beal Core Tor Catarrh Tor 91 50.
- .- -■■ n-29-eow6ml-'3pMWF ■--:■-:-
— —— ■
f xx"' "if if fzf .. .xzyfi—fffiz.- .
HAVING REMOVED MY CIGAR STORE FROM
■ J street, between Ninth and Tenth, to 412 i
struct, between : Fonrtb and , Filth, I invite mv old
patrons and the public to give me a call. The best
clears found in the cty, with a long line of smokers'
articles. - • [n27-3plm| >a .' J. OEoROK KEKTH. ■;.
• .if.'.".. x:z v-. --■ . ..'-■ — .';.:■ -:-.', -:- ■*-..; :' ■ ': :
The Beat ,-Hale Basee i—S^ZfT^mX -'-
:.-, at thj world a ff; f i. f
THE GARLAND! |^^^^1
roa sau it <~§3kP|sS-?'-
L. ft, LEWIS M CM., Y^^^T^rmX\ I
131 A 134 J Street. | a*-^^f-,SSft»*
021-i_titf * ■• -
Vllif/teXfilli WHY ARE WE SIOK7
■-''/^fi3£.» v> Because *we - allow \ tht
if) 'f-£±"Al- Liver, the Bowels, »nd th-
'•lf '?fsr'?^-M' Kidneys, these great organs.
_H(§__3__v"*slhß to become clogged or torpid,
oil. ? m y^J^ ' __/ and poisonous umors art
.TV. fifShmanfj forced into the blood. Ei-
cT^ixTSl/'Pj^l ft^ them by uAr " c Wm
J^Sll Wt/ ?2^fe rrunder's Oregon Bl»od
Y-fi_al*?;L-r*s** pnrlflcr. Sold by all dr-.ii
I'"-. . fnawnt.fX'i-' gists. :. ■ . oia-3r>an*«'vgmWf
. A. J. VERMILYA
COUNTY ii CORONER AND UNDERTAKER
- No 108 J street, between Fourth and Fifth
Always on hand a large assortment of Metallic and
Wooden Caskets, Burial Oases and Cofflm.3 Shrouds
furnished and Funeral Wreaths Preserved _-j Ccfflu
ordere will receive prompt attention on short notlos
I and at lowest rates. ■ dl 4 4plm ;
-■-A.«~*^___:-^-L*iit_ifts«iK3nSii;jS.''----" .-;.... .'--'- ' '-■• ". - '"'
First Concert Philliirmcnic Society,
season, ;s>.o-.i, ': ''Xfffi
Friday I'.vciiliik. Urcriubcr 17. ISSV .
AT CONGRLGATIONAL CHURCH. ~
I> BOG 11 A Ull E:
- TART 1.- ;
1. Duet and -chorus "Awtke, the Night is Beam-
bag" ....... r (Donizetti)
Mrs. Fitch. Mr. Crowe and Society.
2. Bass sol .— " I 1 ear No Foe!" .".(Pinsuti)
.:.. Mr. A. S. ItuYoe. -
3. Piano solo— "Murmueis Eolieus'*.. .(Gotlschalk)
Miss Gus-ia Wile
. Spinning song fruin the ■ "Filing ■ Dutch-
. man" (Wagner)
Female Chorus. <
6. Soprano solo— " Sing, Sweet Bird I" . . . . . (tlanz)
M.S. W. C. Filch.
«S. Violin solo—" Seventh Air Varie'.... (De Beriot)
Mr. B. L. Ball.
7. Soprano solo, with violin obligato — " Wait-
. ing" ............ ..1........ (Miilard)
- . Mrs. J. V. Coper and Mr. Ball. -j .
Recitative and chorus from the Seasons "Haik!
the Mountains Re50und". . ..................
' Kocit., Mr. Charles Beaumont.
..'.., J." ' ' ." FART ii.
Forty -second Psalm, Op 42. ....... . (Mendelssohn)
1. Chorus— " As the Hart Pant 5",.'......
'_. Aria for soprano— "Ftr My Soul Thirsteth for
Mrs. George Hansbrow.
3. I'ecitative aud aria for soprano and chorus—
" My Tears Have Been My Meat".
Sol •, Mrs George Hansbrow.- -
4. Chorus— " Why, My Soul, Art Thou So Vexed"..
6. Recitative for soprano— "My God, Within Me Is
My Soul (i>t D0wn";:......"....".' ..'
Mrs. George Hansbrow.
8 (Quintet The Lord Hath Com minded ".'.......
Mrs Hansbrow ; Messrs. Beaumcnt, Crowe,
i'fffi McNeil,: Drj den, Adae, Cooper, DeVoe and
' . Bien. •■; , -." '- i ■ ..- . -■■
7. Closing chorus and fugue -"Trust Thou in God."
tr Doors open at 7 o'clcck Concert commences
at 8 o'clock Admissi nn : Season Ticket (admitting
gentleman and two ladies to all the Concerts and
Rehearsals of the Season), S3;. single admission to
each Concert, 50 cents. . "-*" ' til.VUt .
J | MISCELLANEOUS. iff.
TEI'.BA COTTA ASil» STOXKWABE.
3XOBS-S- <9_c SMITH,
.- No. 317 J street. Racramento, Cal. '.,
- ;•/,": -• .: . -..- d7-3olm ■-. '..■':
fl'tr rtFTEEN SECOND-HAND
BEDROOM SETS, from $20 up, for
sale at SHERBURN & SMITH'S, No.
323 E street
iff I 'fff. ':•- '■' ' f ■:•'■■ : i fff :■
ff - ■ ■ ' ■
y ' _ : - .;
__Pn__M ,^*^ /ftnFzi'xr^ml. *^^^___m , mH
Awarded Kedal, First Premium, State Fall,
"". ■ • 1880. :
THIB GALVANIC '• MLDICAL BELT, A NEW
1 and wonderful invention,' will cure without
medicine. Rheumatism, Impotencv, Paralysis, Neu-
ralgia, Kidney, Liver and Spinal Diseases, Hupture,
Ague, Nervousness, Dyspepsia, and other di-easea of
both sexes. We challenge a scientific investigation
of Its merits. Call or address hoRNE ft WEST
ELECTRO MAGNETIC Bh.LTCO..7«_ Market street,
San Francisco - .j- ez ■ z o2& Sp3m&*w3_nSW
*Zm\\^B&tot,-- FIRST PRIZE
jfif^nFomJia^tm CJTATE FAIR AND Ml!.
K. njkSt_£i<sf M.O chanlo*. Institute Fair,
f_S^»_!-J^r^l awarded totheCALIFORNIA
■HS^^^WJSJ^F ELASTIC TRUSS, for the best
Tl Truss ever iuvented. Address
Sntirir 'iVI tl ' : " or call at the CALIFORNIA
tvitOLC ~ t^f > , ELASTIC a.TRUSS . COM- '
PANT, Tat Market street, San Frarcisco. : .
tmer. BEWARE OF Oil ACK "DOCTORS" P_JLL-~
ING i WORTH 1 TRUSSES, claiming ;to ■ curt
Rup'.ure in 30 to 90 day*. - 7" ,r_ ■"■' ff ; - . - .
"" - * - .'■'--■'.■ "'.'■ '-' ' ' :'■' ~i f •',':-'
Moldings, Pictures, Frames,
:-'. -xl "--.- ---'Li if fif •- ■■■■■:■- i; .:
ARTISTS' MATERIALS. '-■-■
■iff ■; -'..' ; --■•* '■' ' j ?" ■ '■ - ■* . ■ ■
- — — -
j.- -j. . .'. :-. :•-- .. x ........
DURING TIIE MONTH OF DECEMBER OCR
PICTURE DEPARTMENT will be kept open
Evenings until 8 o'clock.
J . A nice assortment of
— Alt— ' -
'-■'. :*- -' " •--■■'•*' ' -
PANG'S LATEST NOVELTIES
er FRAMES MADE TO ORDER, "SJ
.■if If i_
WHITTIER, FULLER & CO.,
Xos. lO'. a anil 10.2... Second street.
T;,l»aCE»€>2;-E.^ , JE33E2.___;_ j.'-
-: • • .. „.. ... i -
.•- '- -'. " ... / '- I--''' "' . ."'
NEW GOODS GVERUND TO-DAY:
Ex«rn *?ioi c <■ iv Marl. c:-o'.
(Hill bbls , \"->s. 1, 2 and 3.)
Extra Shore Sew IKarlirrrl, -
• (Kits, Ni.s. 1 -!..! .', „nd Ex. Mess )
Eastern Tabic _*._rli.K (extra). .
I Hew Zjinl. Cnrruuls (bbla).
. Ture Cream Tartar (bulk).
- In -li Apple limi. r (palls).
Choice 13 pic Sugar and Syrup.
Adams, McMl & Co.,
j': ; ' ' . ' ■ ■-':'-
-|i WHOLESALE CKO-EKS. j
BLACKSMITH^ SUPPLIES I
Fall! line Blurb umltlis'JSupp" Its, includ-
- ing P. WEIGHT'S
Anvils and Vises.
KINSLEY CONCORD AND HAIF-PATENT AXLES
tT OIL-TEMPERED, SIDE A.t'D I 111 .'.
.E* 3E& "3L IffG-S.
. J J.J, PERKINS' AND BURDON'S
HORSE AND MULE SHOES.
er STAR, GLOBE AND PUTNAM HORSE NAILS.
Iron and Steel!
—rOR SALS BY—
fff — MF-KTKRS OF ' .
SBC MJmKBtrVfTJMi ETO.
Kor. 220 to . .C X si reel, Sacramento.
JUNCTION BUSH AND MARKET STREETS, SAN
iff. ' FRANCISCO. Iff I -
CMstmas is Coming '
- _. SD - r I
f : '-"iii..if.: •■ '-'i '*■' _T
Fancy Goods ! !
AT DALE & GO.'S,
3 st., bet. Sixth and Seventh, Snrrniuenlo.
" . d2-3plm .-f.-ifff
tr VEBY LOW : ■»,'
..'■■" ■:■■'■ f-f-i"' '"■ ■ " if. : "
M.R. BEARD & CO
,f ' BTATIOVZIRS, }
.1 iff •■"'•- ■:"■■ -' ■ '-'- - I iz. f.'f :f ■--
Wo. 31* 3 street, bet. Third and Fonrth.
'"- '--f-:- ■■/ dl-gplm ; ' '~f . f'.fX f'i
BELL & KOLLIKER,
COKXEB »I\TB I AXO 3 STREETS.
Just Received for the Holiday a
FINE TOILET SET?. FISE CASES PER- 'ffji
fura-rv, Luliin's, Palmer's, Atkinson's ffir*
and Fellow's OE.NUINi. EXTRACTS. ■"*f*- : flfEf:
. . -^ALRO^— :"', /" t
tT CHOICE LOT OF FAKCT AKTIt'LES.
■.- ■-■ -.:■ ■:;. ', J a d7-Srlm J ■ - - ■■;■ '■ " I '■■■ - - -- '' "*
\\TE ARK IN RECEIPT OF A VERY FINE LINE
Fancy Goods for the Holidays.
Ivory and Celluloid Dressing Cases,
:.. i-y... ■.-■ ::■:--■ :.'-->?re-f Ztf::*.;-re*rr:eZ' : -rx-xzx-.: :....-. -. -■,
In all styles, suiuble tor a HOLIDAY PRESENT,
and I cflered j at I GREATLY .RSDUCED PRICES,
please call and examine before pur-basing elsewhere.
H. C. KIRK & CO ,
Wholesale Druggists ......... Sacramtnto.
-~.,z....1..:.zf:ffri-ffz&2p'liof;ifi.f. ■ -.:.:■....- f
James I. Felter & Co.,
-' Orleans Building, 1016 and 1018 Second st., bet. J and TT *
IMPORTERS and DEALEES
St. Louis and Schlitz Milwaukee Beer,
''APOLLINARIS MINERAL," the Queen of all Natural Spring Water.
• er JUST RECEIVED TWO CAR-LOADS OF FLN'E OLD
'iff DIRECT FROM OCR EASTERN HOUSES AND BOND.
- er FOR SALE TO THE TRADE IN LOTS TO SriT.^J
fj^ LOUIS ; : RODERER and MUMM % CHAMPAGNES.
MM. WACHHORST, A
Gold and Silver Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry.
tT THE LEADING JEWELER OP SACRAMENTO. *«__
LARGEST STOCK! GREATEST VARIETY 1 FINEST GOODSI LOWEST PRICES
■ ' tr In dally receipt of New Goods, direct from the factories, hence all my customers receive the
benefit of buying from first hands. - . ■- — — — - ~ - ■ • .
gfc Sign dl tlie Town Clock, g^
'ijllS NO. 111:. J STREET. IthT. THIXD AMI rOIUTU, SAC RA.IIENTI*. &ujS
■ ■-.■■ .'■■- - - - - - 028 3ptf
fjjß2E-: \3T- €3-. OA.VIS, I IF'^JS
CARPET AND FURNITURE HOUSE
No. 411 X Street, between Fourth and Fifth.
tT FINE FI KMTI IKE, . WITH A FULL LINE OF CARPETS. ETC. TO MilS Spl
If You Wish to Make a Nice Present,
ra CALL AT THE jm
S I Boston -Drug: Store, 3
CORNER THIRD AND J STREETS .................... .J....... BACRAHENTO,
AND SEE MY VARIETY OF TOILET ARTICLES, ETC. es-Zfim.
EDWIN MEESE. EMIL BUCKOW.
Emil Buckow & Co.,
*"7 -% ' ' \'-f ' ' - •
No. 725 X street, between Seventh and Eighth, Sacramento.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WINES AND LIQUORS,
' • ' /
CRUSE ET FILS FBERES* CELEBRATED CLARET WINES,
APPLE JACK, BLACKBERRY AND CHERRY BRANDY, BURKES IRISH WHISKY, KUMMEL.
OJKT-P--I«::E»>veS-I_r"lß__J- : EXTRA DRY, ECLIPSE, SPARKUKO MUSCATtL.
IMPERIAL, ETC. C. « OMl.tll A CO.'S RIDHEISER BEEK. WHISKIES, direct fro ill
IH-1111. r:t'». to tbe trade In litis to bull. nCTHpIm
251*3: J Street. 2Sl4^
S. B. RIDGWAY, APOTHEOARV AND PHARMACIST,
DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, TRUSSES, CHEST PROTECTORS, SHOULDER BRACES, ETC.
A Few of those Handsome Horn Comb uud 11. ii-U mi.. Toilet Articles In Great
■- - .
W. R. STRONG & CO.,
.WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Fruits, Note, Seeds, Honey and General Produce,
. XOSy 6. 8 AND 10 . 1 STREET, SACBAHENTO.
TO SEED DEALERS AND AGRICULTURISTS:
# YOUR ATTENTION IS INVITED TO OUR LAP.GE AND FRESH IMPORTATIONS OF <«&
J-g-g- -FSira-gj of the irrowih of ISSO. We claim to bavo the GREATEST .HStL
.VARIETY and Mo 3 I' CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK in this stave, and at ITlccs" 4
.to Defy Competition.] ; : — — ' :fif. fe?
tr GARDEN, FLOWER, FIELD AND TREE SEEDS. "»
ALFALFA and nil descriptions of CLOVER and 1.11.1*8 SEED*, Tor «.M«Y», lte.,
a specialty. SEEDS for the Retail Tiade, in nest ai k.-i^.s, a- one-half the rates of thoee Pent out
by Commission House-, and always PUKE AND RELIABLE C 9 .ptf
.1 Nos. 604, 606 and 608 X street.
®^ THE FURNITURE HOUSE OF SACRAMENTO.
The Largest Variety
EE O L I 3D A. GOODSI
Chains, ff> iff..'
FINE FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS
THE LOWEST PRICES FOR THE BEST GOODS '.
.11 A■ D ACII R E R OF
THE ONLY PERFECT BED LOUNGES!
" ciie-s V ' ' -
i .. x ... ii i . . . ■ i.ii'-.iXf-i'
S. J. Nathan & Co.
■ ■ .- ;• -fff y-ff fff - '.:'.. '.. ■ ■■ ,
OFFER SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO PARTIF.S IN WANT CF
MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING 1
tT We have the LARGEST AND FINEST ASSORTMENT ON j THIS COAST.
All goods made specially to our order in our New York Faotorv. We guarantee our
PRICES TO BE LOWER, FOR THE SAME QUALITY OF GOODS, THAN CAN
BE FOUND ELSEWHERE IN THE CITY, and our Goods are Made and Trimmed
in a SUPERIOR MANNER. ; . '. - ■'-■ '" ""f fff
%m" IN GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
WE HAVE ALL THE NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON. Our Entire Stock ham
been selected with special reference to the demand* of our Trade. fff'f?
Hats, Caps, Trunks and Satchels,
if All or direct mportation*. Sold at Popular Prle . My
S. J; NATHAN & CO.,
Leading Clothiers - Nos. 301, j 303 and 305 X street, Sacramento.
Factory : No. 78 Beads street, New Tork. Wholesale House : No. 29 Battery street, San Frandsco. .
MT ORDERS II FROM f.:fm'fCMMtMtl :J PROMPT!*' ATTENDED TO. *»,
; f lIS PUMPS.
■ I - '' ;,' 7*- "', ' X ■ * •".■""
LIGHTHALL'S PATENT— BEST IN CBE.
. Manufactured hy ■ •
KEYSTONE PUMP WORKS,
d9-3?2m ■ 429 Fourth street, San Francisco.
(MESHING. & SONS,
. *"-- -•' -•■ -..- ■'" ■ '■'■: ■■■•■ "'- •".. . ■'*.-■-■■ -"■ i. .•■''■■ '■"--','- ."--,
So. 830 3 Street................ Sacrament*.
So. SS Dupont street '.'•"• - Ban Frandaca
L. K. HAMMER,
•OLK -AGENT ; FOE L THK f PACIFIO J COAST.
Pianos sold on installments, If desired, and tot
rant. ■ Old instruments taken in exohange for new.
Orders (or tuning carefully attended to. % »uS»-lplm
- - x ... -.:.- _.-. .:■■■ -■'■■- - if: ■■' ■
tmaLxsALR ash HIT _.iL
..- . ." . ) ■-. ..: '■ '„■ -.". - I-'- ■ J .'-'"
.'V northwest cor. He c on d and J streets.
I -■■,'■. ALL nrstßors OF
I Choice, Fancy and Staple Groceries,-
'-..'-- HOI.IDAT-'S, -
At food's Plain Pudding, .'...: .
ttwond's it I im' Meal,
Killer's Apple Butter, -i --.-■-■ .-,
A Box « holce Une Ten (tanrj «***«••-.
Bruvant. snrdrllew aad Extra I*r»_erTea
ff:; Meals and EMall*. -if- „„._„
Carl find them at the LoWKUT MARKET PRIOB?,
.--. 'at my store. . -f fc--
fertM^lroX the \*W'^*>£»*£*.
promptly filled. = ff f■ ff "»*