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THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. |
MONDAY ........ DECEMBER 27. I«:
THE SPRAGUE SCANDAL.
Mrs. -Sprague's Charges Against
r the Ex-Governor.
HEE PETITION FOE DIVOEOE.
Promise 'of ; Extraordinary Develop
ments.
(By Telegraph-) -".::
CHICAGO, December" 25tb.— sensation
of the day in the East is the threatened trial
I between ex-Governor Sprague and his wife.
. Mrs. Sprague's petition : for divorce, filed
through her : counsel, Winchester Britton,
stripped of legal verbiage, is as follows : She
declares that she is an inhabitant of the State
of Rhode Island, : and that she married
Sprague November 12, 1863, at Washington,
and has ever since kept and performed on her
part all the obligations of the marriage cove
■ nant. ' But she alleges that her husband has
violated the marriage compact and has had
guilty relations with . divers ■', women, - viz :
With one Mary .' Eliza -Viall, alias . Mary
Eliza Anderson, in each and * every ._ year
* between 1864 and 1879, in the .- city
of : Providence and elsewhere, but more
especially; at Nantasket Beach. ' She avers
that he has been similarly guilty with Eliza
beth R. McCue, Harriet Brown, Maggie Eng
lish, Fannie Adams, Minnie Wilson and with
I divers other I lewd women whose - names are
not known to the petitioner, but who at the
: time ' resided at Washington, Providence,
Alexandria, Va., Philadelphia and New
York. ■■- She \ also declares that he has been
: guilty of extreme ■ cruelty ; that he has per
sonally assaulted her ■at Canonchet, where
. Senator Conkling was the victim of the " shot-
I gun policy." and that he entered her room at
that place at night in a state of intoxication
and seized and dragged her .to the window,
which was on an upper story, and attempted
to throw her out. . . He forcibly laid bands on
her and threatened |to kill : her, and he has
been guilty of continued intoxication. Since
the early part of 1879 he has neglected and
: refused, being of sufficient ability to do so, to
. provide necessaries if life for the subsistence
\ of herself and children.
. THE SPRAGUE FAILURE.
: The petitioner then refers at length to the
. failure of the house of A. k W. Sprague in
1873. '.; After the conveyance of property to
the trustee for the benefit of creditors he
■ claimed to have a surplus of over §6,000,000.
After the execution of the trust deed he : en
' tered into the employ of the trustee and re
ceived a considerable compensation from him
for services so rendered up to the year 1879, a
: part of which was applied and paid |by the
trustee for the support of the petitioner and
her family. Since that time, however, he has
lived in voluntary idleness and has neglected
and refused to contribute in any way to the
support of his family, and by his action she
: has been deprived of the moderate cotnpensa
. tion received through the ■ trustee for her
' support. She further alleges that he has
been guilty jof other gross misbehavior and
wickedness repugnant to and in violation of
the . marriage covenant, viz : by repeatedly
. applying the vilest epithets to the petitioner,
I both alone and in the presence of others. He
has broken up and destroyed furniture, and
at one time collected bedding and furniture
lin the night time and set fire to them. - He
| has often said to his children that he was not
their \ father : and that ' they were not his
I children ; that he has repeatedly falsely ac
■: cused her :of gross improprieties with other
men, "sometimes one man, sometimes
: another ;" he has intercepted and returned
lettera addressed to her. In August, 1879,
when Conkling was a guest at Cononchet, he
refused to allow her friends, including her
I legal adviser, to see her, and at the same time
j he refused to permit hertoleavethe house with
her children and sought to imprison her.
From 1865 to 1875, the petitioner claims, he
frequently insulted the female domestics and
guests in the family, causing them to leave
• the house ; that prior to February, 1877, by
- his violations of decency, he had made Con
onchet an unsuitable abode for her and her
children.
spkague's violent conduct.
At the very urgent demand of the trustee
of the Sprague property in 1879 she ob
tained permission to occupy Canonchet ; that
...Sprague urged that by so doing it would be of
material pecuniary benefit to him in ad
justing hi* affairs with creditors; that on her
way to Canonchet she and her children re
: mained over Sunday at Watch Hill, and that
while at that place Sprague cime to see her
in a state of intoxication and was violent and
. offensive, and with a slick, assaulted women
in charge of . bis children. On arrival at
Canonchet Sprague presented himself at that
•'-. place from time to time, often intoxicated,
menacing, wild and otherwise offensive, and
finally assumed authority over the premises.
It finally became impossible for her to re
main any longer,' as Sprague caused her to
fear for her personal safety. He ' threat
ened to tike her children to Europe. In
fluenced by her fears and his threats, and as
the only escape from indignity and danger
- she was enabled to fly with her daughters to
I a place of safety ; that for two past years
I he has in every possible way sought to annoy
I and disturb her and to make "her life J
wretched," and that since driving her from j
I Canonchet he has persistently refused to
deliver to her her wearing apparel and that
'of her children and servants. He has also
-refused to permit said property and other
personal property belonging to her, including
gifts fiom her father, the late Chief-Justice
, Chase,, and friends, . and portraits of ' ber
parents, to be delivered to a trustee of her
[ property, duly appointed, or to the Sheriff of
I the county holding a writ of replevin for the
I same, and has resisted the officers of the law
I and has threatened . them with violence in
I case they made effort to secure her property :
I that having made it impossible for her to re
main at Canonchet, be has occupied the
premises and made the place a resort for per-
I sons of vicious reputation and bad character,
consorting with them in revelry and drunk-
I enness, and has allowed his only son to asso
ciate with them, withholding from him all
. educational advantages. In view of all these
I allegations the petitioner prays that she may
j be divorced and that the custody of her chil
dren, William Spraeue, Jr., aged 15, Ethel
Sprague, aged 11, Katherine Sprague, aged
•9, and Portia ' Spraeue, aged 7, may be
awarded to her, and that she may be allowed
a reasonable alimony out of the estate of her
husband. She further prays j that she may
resume her maiden name, Katherine Chase.
A STORY FBOM THE OTHER SIDE.
Chicago,' -1 December ■-. 25th.— According to
-. the i story ; told >by < ex-Governor Sprague's
* friends, it appears that Mrs. Sprague drove
her son from her Washington home, at the
I request of Senator Conkling, about two years
ago. " Conkling urged that Willie, too, re- ;
j sembled his father, and was cursed with the
spirit of . inquisitiveness, and prevailed on
I Mrs. Spiague to send him away. • She, in her
I blind and helpless infatuation, complied, giv-
I ing the boy $10 and turning him out of doors,
telling him to make his own way in the worK?.
The plucky little fellow, as he is, went down
. to 7 the Holmes House, near the depot, and
secured board at. $7 a . week, • paying one
- week's board ■ in advance. - The • house was
frequented by laboring men, and Willie there
'learned to chew tobacco. His identity be
came known at the close of the week, and he
-was rescued by friends.
KELLY IN THE TIGHT. : '
-V: Chicago, December 26th.— The Tribune's
'Washington ; special X Bays : *If the reports
which have reached here i to day are correct,
j the Sprague divorce suit is to be accompanied
by even more sensational developments than
, have already been predicted. ' Sprague, it is
■ reported, has secured ' some | newspaper sup
port,' and will | endeavor to turn the batteries
I upon his opponents, while John Kelly is re-
I ported to have served a notice on Conkling
I th«t he intends -to . pursue : him to . the bitter
•end.'!; It is said that ' Sprague, through the
I Kelly organ, ' will charge Senator Conkling
| with the ruin of his family, and that . the
I divorce proceedings were instigated by Conk
■ ling. It is also reported that the fact will be
r brought out that at one ;. time ' Sprague chal-
I lenged Conkling to a duel, and that the ar
_ rangements had been made for the affair.
X I have suffered from a kidney difficulty for
the past ten years, accompanied with nerv
(An spasms. Physicians gave me but tempo-
I rary relief, but after using three and one-half
bottles of Warner's | Safe Kidney and Liver
• Cure :my nervous . spasms were entirely re
: lieved. My age » ; 77 years. , I recommend
I this great remedy to all suffering ; from nerv
loo.. troubles.; ; Mas.' Mabt Hesse.
'.'Easton, Pa. ;_- ;*."•"-.. = ' '■-■
-'"Hi C. Kirk & Co., agents, Sacramento. ■-;
"-"'- — . a — ; — 2— .-.-:■
; : . Hammer's I Gltceboli -or .1 Tab has : been
before the public for the past six years, and
its constantly increasing demand is the best
-testimonial of its success. :. y
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ii-^Brrtato'b" IsrALUBLa i Isjkctios. — The famous
"French remedy, for gonorrhoea,' gleet, etc. M. 8
Hammer, Sacramento, agent for Pacific coast. Sent !
C. 0. D. to any address. >...
■~---. — ~'* "' , . r - V 7
: HAMMBa's^GLTCBROLSor Tar, for r coughs and
coSs* contains no opiates or astringent*. '.The best
preparation out for children. ; - :. _y ' -. . X
i-ih ITs.iAK's Unco* ' Akthwir. carefully prepared
_. %£» Oullltai* by M. S. Hammer, druggist,
"'"-. fcr liiiirtSiM
•'T??"* ' " -■ ' ryxy::\
SATURDAY'S NEWS.
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Special Telegrams to the • Eecord-Union )
Condensed.
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DOMESTIC. , ; .j
There are 5,733 postofficea in operation : in \
Canada. ' »»_•»» .„
• A heavy fail of snow occurred at Danville,
Va., Saturday. VUU 'JWftl fßßWfflßßMjtf I
7x James E. Owens, the champion wrestler, j
died Friday at Fairfield, ,VL'3^»sg|lSgßft«t
: John Kelly, the ex-Tammany boss, is said i
to be very testy over his downfall. 7 ■
"■ President and Mrs.'- Hayes spent a quiet
Christmas at the Executive Mansion. : :
A son and daughter of Alexander Carlson
of Brooklyn, N, V., have been kidnaped.
■•■■'_' Mrs. Winne was fatally burned at Brook
lyn, N. V., Saturday by a kerosene explo
sion. :
Emil . Hoya committed suicide in the
County Jail at Omaha '. Saturday, with mor
phine. . .---..-.;- ;■■.:.'■..':.•/.
Peter Mukes stabbed Harvey Bell through
the heart at Louisville., Ky., Saturday. Both
colored. -;-"•.'■';: -"■■' -";-'.,'"■• ."•'. : "
Two children were burned to a crisp Friday
night near Weston, 0., during the absence of
their parents. : '__-■■ • j
: James Howard was horribly, mangled and
killed by an engine Saturday at Braunsfels,
Tex., while intoxicated.lsßssfc«fflt_i§|j^Jßßßfc|
:': A fire in Elkhart, Texas, Saturday morn
ing, destroyed almost the entire business part
of the town. Loss, 8100,000. x'y-
Miss Ada Hebden, a young lady of • 22
years, shot ' and ■ killed herself ;at Chicago
Saturday, leaving no explanation. : r
A locomotive on the Long Island Railroad
went down an j embankment Saturday, and
George Rich, eneineer, was killed.
At Rocka way Beach, Saturday, H. T. Grif
fin shot and mortally wounded a man named
Mahon, who attempted to stab him.
General R. K. Scott, ex Governor of South
Carolina, shot and killed a young man named
Drury at Napoleon, 0., Friday night. '
The President of the New 4 Orleans City
Railroad Company has been sent . to the
Parish Prison for five days for contempt of
Court.
Mrs. Henry Johnson was burned to death
by a fire in • her dwelling, on Front street,
Trenton, N. J., Saturday. Her husband has
been arrested.
•'.' Twenty ; prisoners in the County Jail at
Columbus, 0., mutinied Saturday, but ' were
subdued by cold water and chunks of coal
thrown at them. ■ "
At Ogdensburg, N. V., Saturday, the Ad
vance newspaper was burned, and at Norway,
Me., the New Religion newspaper office was
destroyed by fire. . -»S?3ffl
In a fight at St. Louis Saturday evening,
Joseph O'Brien, Joseph Gavier and Joseph
Kelly were stabbed, the two former being
mortally wounded.
Corporal Norton, of Battery 8, , Second
Artillery, and Jacob Klein, a citizen, were
drowned at Fortress Monroe, Saturday, by
the capsizing of a boat.
. A brief dispatch from Pacific, Missouri,
says : Andrew Beal (negro) shot and killed
Pat Crow, switch brakeman, at that place,
Saturday. No particulars are given.
A. M. Conkling, editor of the Sun, was as
sassinated in the presence of his wife at So
corro, N. M., Christmas eve, by two Mexi
cans. Serious trouble is anticipated in conse
quence.
. , The Massachusetts Railroad Commission
ers rendered on adverse decision on the peti
tions for the establishment of elevated rail
roads through Boston, and to various points
in the vicinity. -':*.
11. P. Jones and wife and Dr.' J. H. Rogers
were shot Saturday at Meeleyville, Mo., by
an unknown man, who escaped to the woods.
Mrs. Jones was dangerously and the others
slightly wounded.
The New York Police Commissioners have
passed resolutions exonerating Superintend
ent Walling from blame in sending out an
order on November Ist relative to the serv
ing of warrants on election day.
An audience of 4,000 listened to the Ora
torio of. Handel's "Messiah," rendered at
Chicago Saturday night by the festival chorus
of 600 voices, Theodore Thomas director,
with the Cincinnati Orchestra of CO pieces.
The railroads embraced in what is called
Gould's consolidations consist of 9,649 miles.
In addition to this there is 385 miles of road
in course of construction in Indiana, Illinois
and lowa which will enter into the Wabash
system, when completed, and nearly if not
quite 2,000 miles, are under contract or pro
jected.
A review of the business of Chicago for
the year shows unparalleled prosperity and in
crease in aggregates. Hundreds of new in
dustries have been established. A thousand
dwellings and business houses have been
erected ; | manufactures have in some cases
more than doubled in value ; and the amount
of , bank ! clearings have increased over last
year, which was the heaviest in the history of
the city, by 000, OCO, , the total for the
year being §1,093,000,000, and the banks give
a nourishing financial exhibit I But the chief
increase is in the grain trade. Elevator room
has been increased over 2,000,000 bushels.
There has been an aggregate of grain re
ceived of 161,000,000 bushels, against 138,
--000,000 in 1876 and 60,000,000 in 1870.
FOREIGN.
M. Desprey, Embassador of France to the
Vatican, will start , from Paris for Rome
January Ist. :
The London Electrician states that the
Postcffice Department has ordered 20,000
telephones for the postal service. .
At Pembroke, Ont., Saturday, a fire de
stroyed the Masonic Hall and adjoining
property. Loss, §25,000 ; partly insured.
The Russian Minister at Athens has been
summoned to St. Petersburg to enlighten the
Czar on the Greek question and receive in
structions. ..,-'. ■ ' ■ ".
Anderwert, elected President of the Swiss
Confederation for 1881, committed suicide at
Berne Saturday evening, on the public prom
enade, by shooting.
The second sessioc of the Provincial As
sembly of Eastern Koumania was Saturday
closed by the Governor-General in presence
of the Consular body.
■ The , proposal for arbitration between
Greece and Turkey is regarded as acceptable
by all the Powers, on the basis indicated by
the North German Gazette of Berlin.
The wife and two sons of the Russian Grand
Duke Nicholas have arrived at Athens, and
are guests of King George.' . They were en
tertaked at a state banquet on Friday.
. The Tribunal of the Seine has sentenced the
Petit ; I'arisien to 600 francs fine, M. De
Wostyne to 25 francs, and the managers of
remaining journals to 150 francs for libelling
Madame De Kaulla. ,
A London dispatch says the situation in
Ireland .is •_ essentially unchanged, ' though
steadily growing , worse,' as the i tyrannical
conspiracy of the . Land League tightens its
grip on the community.
A London special says: Information re
ceived within the last few days by the Gov
ernment has been of a character to leave no
doubt that an organized and general rising in
Ireland had been arranged by the 26th of
this month.
- '.' Comparatively few subscriptions for De
Lesseps' Panama canal scheme were tendered
at London, but , French and Spanish buyers
have been most enthusiastic, and applications
have been made for nearly thrice the number
of shares to be allotted.
A census of the Dominion of Canada is to
be taken the first Monday in April next, and
the population to be recorded is to be the
population in existence on that day. Every
person is to be 1 counted as belonging to the
place where be is found the 4th of April. - ,
I The London Times acknowledges that the
Queen no longer rules over one-half of the
island of Ireland, " and the Land League is
growing in power daily. The truth is, that
the Irish question seems to be much better
understood in New York than 'in Downing
street. ■ . ]. r- ;..'':-- ..
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I paration maites such light, flaky hot j oreads, ror
i luxurious r pastry is Can , be _ eaten ». by t Dyspeptics
without fear of the ills resulting from heavy in-
digestible food. Sold only in cans, by all Grocers. 9
[ =;.-*. X yal Baking Powder Co., New York.
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THE BSD HOUSE TRADE UNION.
OUR GREAT SALE INAUGURATED!
A. PERFECT SUCCESS !
Goods being slaughtered; and i going rapidly ! Not an article
in any Department but what is marked down from
our regular low prices 1
What a chance there is now open for the poor and those with limited means.
Over $140,000 Worth of Goods
Thrown upon the market, be retailed out to the thousands. The popular and well-
known house— a by-word for all— the RED HOUSE TRADE UNION. Known for
thousands of miles away, and one of the most successful and strongest oppositions ever
opened on this 'coast. THE GOODS MUST BE SOLD AS NEAR AS POSSIBLE
BY FEBRUARY 2, 1881, as there will be a change in the firm on that day.
SEE OCR IMMENSE -REDUCTION' IN
MEM'S AND WOMEN'S BOOTS AND SHOES I
SEE OIK GREAT REDUCTION IN
MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHING GOODS !
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SEE THE IK.IIIKS PLACED ON Ol'R
HATS EOR MEN and BOYS!
SEE OUR SLAUGHTER IN DRY GOODS !
The FANCY GOODS Reduced Nearly One-half!
COMFORTERS, QUILTS and BLANKETS— A Terrible Overhauling I -■-,
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THINKS,': VALISES AND [BAGS.. OF "ALL KINDS, AT MANUFACTURERS' PRICES !
Saddles of all kinds, Halters, Bridles and Harnesses—
marked way down !
CARPETS and OIL CLOTHS, less than wholesale prices.
0 COUNTRY ORDERS FILLED WITH DISPATCH, AS USUAL. ia
o. EC. o-iiiTvr a "way
Proprietor of the RED HOUSE.
THE ORIGINAL ONE PRICE HOI
AGRICULTURAL WARES.
BAKER & HAMILTON,
AGBSTTS FOB
EUEEKA GrJLNGr PLOWS.
Gale Chilled Iron Plows, Moline Steel Plows, Collins'
Plows, Cast Iron Plows, Seed Drills, Cahoon and Gem
Sowers, Gorham Combined Seeder and Cultivator, Har-
rows, Cultivators, Fan Mills, Bain Wagons, Etc.
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BEST ASSORTMENT HOLIDAY GOODS ON THE COAST
17 8 E Dlltl
ELEGANT PLUSH ALBUMS!
AUTOGRAPH' AND PHOTOGRAPH.
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Splendid Grift Books
TH-_ CHEAPEST AND BEST IN THE CITY.
■';! Homes of America......... '..'..M0r0cc0.' I Song or the Sower Morocco.
Landscapes of Imerlea. ......Morocco. Story ofthe F0untain......... Morocco.
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HOLIDAY BOOKS BEING §A SPECIAL : FEATURE I
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; PIONEER LIVERY _. STABLE.
f. D. scriver!. ':■.::::. ...y....x. _..Proprie»c
HACKS ON CALL "AT ANY HOUR fft. _
day or night. Cou;*?, Phaetor-S,^?^BrJii
Rockaways,: Barouches, Bagel with toe StiJw !
bestroadaters to be found in acy livery stable on t'u»
oosst for hire. Horses kept la livery a*. 7CMDu.-.bl<
» • «essg Stable* on ' Fourth street, between I and ■
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NOTICE.
THE ; ANNUAL'; MEETING" OF THE STOCK-
JL - holders of the Capital Gas C: mpany, tor the
Election of Directors for the ensuing year, and for
the transaction of such business as may be brought
before the meeting,' will be held at the office of the
Company, in the city of | Sacramento, on MONDAY,"
the litb day of January, 1881. [B«C.] ra?3£B3S-:%s
,-■ dIS-td '■.r-:.yy>.'", C. H. CCIUUNGB, Secretary. W
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MAMTTTS.
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CHRIS. WEISEL & CO.
Hos.' 218 1 and J 220 1 1 1 street,' Near Eighth i
BUTCHERS "AND I PORK PACKERS.'^SaI
X 3 Choice Hams, Bacon, Lard, Mesa'TfeiPy
Pork, Clear Pork, Pigs', Feet, Spare Ribs, BtWßta
at lowest market ' price. Highest price paid tot
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PHENIX "2fD!B MARKET,
. No. 76 X Street, between Third and Fourth. -.'■
THE CHOICEST, MEATS OF ALL KINDS,
;-■'.-" Wholesale and Retail, •
itr FOR? THE ? HOLIDAYS. "5J
; dO-tplm '':'- ■'-'- L. H. TODHCNTEB; Proprietor.. '
Cl TV MARKET,
NO. 118 J street.
x*. SCXSXCSEOCa-,
Wholesale and Befall Dealer In all kinds
• :-' of -Heals. ■
Beef and Mutton by the side 01 quarter, at lowest
- rates. ' Meat shipped to all parts of the country.
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NEW YORK MARKET,
Northeast Corner of X and Tenth Streets :
A LARGE ' SUPPLY OF} TTTF isrttn
choicest kinds of Fresh and Salt (Mf&iM
Meats always 011 hand, delivered free
to any pan of the city. _____—Z_t______l_L
d7-4plm r -:-. ■ ' ■ "-.--• M. F. ODELL. ' ■■; ■
CENTER *^j%& MARKET,
- ■ -No. 1021 Third street, Sacramento.
TXTHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
TT Fret li and Salt Meats, Genuine Pork Sau-
sages, Pure Lard, etc < If jou want a Tender Steak
or Choo, go to the Center Market. -v. .t__W'Wl>llW)jBf
d!6-4plm : SMITH & WILSON, Proprietors.
SACRAMENTO MARKET,
No. 308 X street, bet. Third and Fourth.
WE CARRY THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT
of all kinds of Produce : BUTTER, EGGS,
CHEESE, GAME, etc., of any market in this city.
OUR POULTRY YARD is stocked with the
Choicest in the State.
THE FISH STALL always supplied with all kinds
of Fresh and Salt Waier Fish, Crabs, Lobsters,
Shrimps, Clams ami Oysters. -
tr Depot fir Fresh Baltimore Oysters.
tT All orders promptly filled. "El -
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W. P. COLEMAN,
T>EAL TATE SALESROOM, 89 J STREET
Keal Estate Boncht A Sold on Commission.
Agent for the
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE,
FIREMAN'S FUND OF SAN FRANCISCO
FIRE COMPANIES.— AIso the
N.Y. LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. dl-<pln.
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Fire and Marine.
CAPITAL, fully pa1d.................i..9T50,0M
Loeses promptly adjusted and paid in gold coin.
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CARRIAGES, HAENESS, Em
GABBIAGKES
Nevada's Grand Gold Medals for 1876, 1877,
1878 and 1879.
SEVEN GOLD AND SEVEN SILVER MEDALS.
I 100 First Class Premiums for the best work
from the Mechanics' Fair, S»n Francisco, and the
different State Fairs held in this Stare and Nevada.
tT. One of my Buggies is worth Six Cheap
Eastern Buggies.
HARRY BERNARD,
MANUFACTURER, COR. SIXTH AND L STREETS,
'Wyy'x.y SACRAMENTO. ■■'
tST I have on hand and for sale at the lowest
possible prices, the new style of PONY PHAETONS,
the handsomest in the State. Family Carriages,
latest patterns. Neatest Open Buygies in the State.
Light Top Buggies. Heavy Top Buggies for moun-
tain use. Farm rs' Carriages. Trotting Wagons
and Sulkies, all of my own make. Carriage Paint-
ing and Trimnrng done at the lowest price. None
but the most experienced workmen employed.
Repairing neatly done, and all work is warranted.
Call at the Factory and see for yourself. d2O-4ptf
A. A. VAN VOORHIKS. R. BTOSB
STONE & CO.,|^
Manufacturers, Importers and Wholesale Dealers In
SADDLES, HAMS, SADDLERY
HARDWARE, LEATHER,
SHOE FINDINGS, CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS,
Carriage Robes, Horse Clothing, Collars, Whips,
Saddlers' and Shoemakers' Tools,' etc
NO. 820 J STREET, *
BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH, SACRAMENTO.
d4-4plm
PIKE & YOUNG.
CARRIAGE MANUFACTUR- -w_-jl
ers, corner of Fourth and ,<'gjnVj&^
[_. streets, Sacramento, have on D?^HJ_^sv".- • „
aand the largest assortment of v!K^g_-\__y^*^_-.
Carriages, Wagons and Buggies to be found in Sacra
■cento which bhev will sell at very low rates. nl3-4p
MISCELLANEOUS. : ~~
THS BERKELEY BYPAffIHL
A Preparatory School to the University.
A THOROUGHLY ORGANIZED ACADEMICAL
Institution. ". Has the patronage of the best
families. '
Affords a classical, literary, scientific er English
education. ■
Prepares for admission to all American colleges.
NEXT TERM WILL BEGIN JANUARY 3, 1881.
For catalogue or particulars address JOHN F.
BURftIS, Superintendent, or REV. G. A. EASTON,
Chaplain, Berkeley, Cal. ' d2l-2ar&sw2w
MARCUS O. HAWLEY & 00..
ir^Hv' <sr**w^-v
Hardware and Agricultural Implements,
'iyyyiyiX^SAS FRANCISCO yi, -7:
And Nos. 43, 46 and 47 J street.......^.Sacramen
r -■• dB-4plro " '" - -l-".; >~ : -c „
$ A Thousand a Year ; $
. Can be made easy and pleasantly.'.' At Home,"
RAISING POULTRY!
, V IT Send for descriptive circular of the v.
"PERFECT HATCHER!"
-_':.'. The Standard Incubator of America. ,
WM. McKIBBIN, Asent, southeast corner Seven-
teenth and E streets, Sacramento. Cal. d 22 4 plm*
This Great Strengthening Pal
Remedy and XEttVB TOXIC EM
is the legitimate result of over 20 years of^^ll
practical experience, and cures with unfailing ■■ B r
n certainty Nervous and Physical Debility, Sera- M
in.il Weakness Spermatorrhoea, lin^ency, Rn
Exhausted Vitality, Premature Decline and mjW
Loss of Manhood, from whatever cause pro- ■Kd
duced. It enriches and purines the Blood. M
Strengthens the Nerves. Brain, Muscles. P\WJWa
eestion. Reproductive Orjans, and ?hy»calMU
and Mental Faculties. it stoj« any unnatural W£o
debilitating drain upon the system, preventing IPj
involuntary losses, debilitating dreams, etc.. so Wdf
destructive to mind and body. It is a snreM^
eliminator of all Kidney and Bladder Com- Bf£
plaints To those suffering from the evil effects UK
of Youthful Indiscretions or Excesses aspeedv, ECj /y.
thorough, and permanent Cure is Guaranteed. |Rf
Price. $3. 50 per bottle, or rive bottles in case, M
with full directions and advice, $10. Sent se- WjM
cure from observation to any address «; MQ
receipt of price, or C. O. D. To be had only M
direct of . ■"-;:•■':-. m^m
DR. SALFIELD, 218 Kearny St., S. F. Cat. VJ
Consultations Strictly Confidential, by letter or mtl
at office free To insure perfect secrecy, 1 B^V
■ ■ have adopted a private address, under which WW
ad packages are forwarded. ■--.'-, y-,.1:-: '. -",
I ti. FRANK OLAR»4 "i
I yXJ _oj j^23sj rsr&sixsxsb,
8 7" a*, mi ronrtfe ct., bet, * _z* B^lg
I Always a cosep^ste _*M_k Si twi, CsjSSTJ
otC«.-s i»Miv, rrompt »!^«aric>n. <71-tfllt
q..-_-.TTr_-iarTtwnr-.ir^--_. . 111--. it. I. I.U .lV\l|l,.l,_htW__|f
yiiy A. J. VERMILYA
>"<OIJNT7 ' CORONER AND S UNDERTAKER
%Aj I No 108 J street,' between Fourth and Fifth.
Always on hand a laivo assortment of Metallic and
Wooden Caskets, Burial Cases and Coffins. Shrouds
famished sad runeralr Wreaths Preserved. Coffin
orders will receive prompt attention on short notice
r*"Y^J^jmmWßffl^JsZ&
HOTELS AND BESTAU£Aim,
HOTEL LANGHAM,
; /-lORNER FOURTH AND L STREETS, SACRA-
:^r, mento-^ Strictly first-class, on the European
plan. . Free coach from Railroad Depot. Fine sam-
ple rooms. TERRY & CO., Managers.
dl-4rlm XX 7 :
7 ARCADE HOTEL ;
SECOND STREET, BETWEEN J AND E, SAO
' ramento. , " :.■--;■-•-" •■:.-- ■:■■■:: ■:•-;■■:-■ .-:-., ■ : ... {
... n24-tf „--.- . THOS QDDTEAN, Proprietor.
TONEY'S
gja fli OYSTER & CHOP HODSE, if^a
Noe. 74 and 76 J Strbbt, &ss*§£
iy&&r r Between Third and Fourth. 7 B£|*^ .
Newly refitted. Private Rooms for Families. '. - .-;
Eastern and California OYSTERS in every style'
-■.:••.■ X2..jyy2. .^7-;:d8-4plm"r - ■ ■ .' - . .:■.-■■-'
R' OPENING-CENTRAL HOUSE.
.' X street, between Eighth and Ninth,
ij) .:•"-;■ '•: '.'- ROBERT SHARP, Proprietor. .
THIS HOUSE HAS BEEN NEWLY REFITTED
in first-class style. . Terms moderate.'. Board
and Lodging, £5 to $10 per week. Single Meals, 25
cents. * Board, $4 per week. Single Rooms, 50 cents
and upwards. 1 Fine Wines and Liquors at the Bar.
Street cars pass the door every five minutes.dl6-4plm
.; STATE HOUSE. "
Corner Tenth and X Streets, Sacramento.
HELDRED, PROPRIETOR— and lodg.
.' - ing at the most reasonable rates. . Bar and
billiard rooms attached. , Street cars pass the door
every five minntes. i}f.-j&**^&&*j>™nuill.lsatti>Mtt
0 Free omnibusto and from the House.nl6-4plni
RAILROAD HOUSE,
WORKINGMEN'S % HOME.— BOARD : C_ AND
'r.V T '■'.. Lodging, at low rates. : Club Room, Pool
and Amusement Games. I No. SI Front street, bet.
X and L. (01-4ploj J. R. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.
; MEOHANICS' EXCHANGE.
DEUTSCHES GASTHAUS, NOS. 18, 20 AND J:
I street,' between Front and Second, Sacra
mento. Meals, at cents; Beds, 25 cents, ■ ::
jy22-tf ;; ; JACOB SCHMID. Proprietor. .
RAILROADS, STEAMEBS, im-.
Central Pacific Railroad.
Commencing Wednesday.Decemn'r 15 1880
-, AKD UNTIL ■a'i'.-U '„: r.r rr.r.h
TRAIN AND BOATS WILL LEAVE SACRASEHIC
' .. as roiiiowa:
4, A - 31. — (Sun lavs excepted) -. .a
.OV ■ dation Train M sville, P.«j iilufl airf
Redding. ' ■■■; :y
T, A A f; A. M.— (Daily)— Overland, Emigrant,
•"" Freight '.m.I Accommoiat' >n Train..
7,.)j| 2 A. M.— Pacific Express, via Davlf
•'*" . ar d Benicia, for San Francisco.— Connect,
(Sundays excepted) at Davis with Acctm-
' ti-, dation Train toWoodlan. , Williams and
. Willows. _ Connects daily at Suisun foi
Vallejo, and via Napa Junction for Calis
toga (stages for the Geysers).
IA,AAA. M.— as soon thereafter as prao
AW, ticable, Sundays excepted)— Steamer foi
San Francisco, touching at all way ports
on the Sacramento river.
n,OS A. M.— (Daily)— Passenger Train
■W for Stockton, Tracy, Livermore, "Nihs,
Oakland and San Franc seo. Connects
at Gait for lone, and at Niles for Sin
Jose.
1 9*1 A **• (Sundays excepted)— Local Pas-
»*'*" senger Train for Davis, Benicia and Sai
Francisco. Connects at Suisun for Vallejc
and (via Napa Junction) for Calistoga.
tn,4AP> M.— (Sundays excepted) Passeugei
M. M.OV Train for -Davis and Woodland. . Con-
nects at Woodland for Williams and
. - .; Willows.
a.l A P. 81.— (Dally) -Atlantic Express for Co).
•AY : |»x, Reno (Carson and Virginia), Battle
Mountain (Austin), Palisade (Eureka),
Ogden, Omaha and East. ■ '
OiOA P, M.— (Daily) Oregon Express foi
r*.*tV Marysville, Chico, Red Bluff and Reddlne
(stages for Portland, Oregr >n). - .'■:■,;
>)•*}() ,P. —^Sundays excepted) — Local Ac.
M.OV commodation Train to Lathrop. Connects
with the Arizona Express for Merced,
, Madera (Yosemite and Big Trees), Visaha,
Sumner, Mojave, Newhall (San Buena-
ventura and Santa Barbara), Los An*
geles, Santa Monica. W lmington, Santa
Ana (San Diego), Colton and Yuma (Col.
orado river steamers), connecting direct
with daily trains of the Southern Pacific
Railroad of Arizona for Maricopa (stages
for Phoenix and Prescott), Casa Grande
(stages for Florence), Tucson, Benson
(stages for Tombstone), Willcox and
Deming, 1,208 miles from San Fraucisco
(stages for New Mexico). Sleeping can
between Oakland, Los Angeles, Yuma
and Benson. " •
3,E>A : P. M.— (Daily)- Local Passenger . Trail.
i'l V for Davis, Benicia and San Francisco.
5,0 A : P. M.— Westward Emigrant
•O V . Train, via Davis and Benida, for San Fran-
cisco.
T,tK P. M.— (Sundays excepted)— Passenger
.LO Train to Davis, Woodland and Knight i
Landing. '•
B.BJA P. M.— (Sundays excepted)— Virginu
.OV City Express for Auburn, Colfax, Truckt,
and Reno. Connects with Virginia ace
Truckee Railroad for C»rßoa and Virginia
Sleeping Car from Sacramento to Carson.
A. N. T0WNE.:...... .....General Superintended
T.H.GOODMAN Gen'l Paas'r and Ticket Agen
:■■ • -..-.■..-. .-■■ ja9-4ptf .'■ ■ ■■; . ■■.-. • . -■ ■
Sacramento & Placarviile Railroad.
On and after Wednesday, Nov. IT, If Bo.
. UISTIL FURTHSR KOTICH,
Trains will run as follows, dally, except Sundays :
Leave Sacramento for Folsom, Latrobe
' and Shingle Springs ..__._. 7:00 A.
Leave Sacramento for F0150m........... 4:00 P. M
Leave Shingle Springs for Latrobe, Foi.
som and Sacramento.... 10:35 A. M
Leave Latrobe for Folsom and Sacra-
mento......... 11:19 A. it
Leave Folsom for 5acrament0.. .......... 7:00 A. M
Leave Folsom for Sacramento ........_. 12:55 P. V.
d7-tf J. B. WRIGHT, Sap't.
FOE PORTLAND AND ASTORIA,
OStHGrO3-7.
j*^-. THE ORECON RAILWAY AND
IGATION COMPANY AND
■fe-^fe'jTJ-iy Pacific Coast Steamship Compan
"S___*S_-__-_-_-B__ will dispatch even five days, fo
the above ports, ono <f their New A 1 Iron Steam
ships, viz.
OREGON, GEORGE W. ELOEP
STATE OF CAIIFOUMA.
.SAILING DAYS: .
December..^.... :....../. .2, J. 12. 17. 22, *7
January, 18S1.. .1, 6, 11, 16, 21, 2«, 31
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
Connecting at Portland, Oregon, with Steamers and
Railroads and their connecting Stage lines for si!
points in Oregon, Washington and Idaho Territories
British Columbia and Alaska.
K. VAN OTERENDORP, Agent O. R. and N. Co.,
Ni . 210 Batter, street, San Francfcco, CaL
GOODALL, PERKINS & CO.,
Agents P. C. S. S. Co., No. 10 Market street,
Francisco. mv 3 .
FIJENITUBE, BEDDING. ETO
FURNITURE,
VAN HEUSEN & HUNTOON'S
NO. 713 J STREET:
Prices alway . the Lowest and the Beet Assortment
: . •■ .- -,:,.■ . / : d2l-tf :'L.-.-. ■.-..'•■•■ '■•■■■- •-.'
JOHN A. WILSON, :
IMPORTER, MANUFACTURER-^Ai^—;
and Dealer in VB JTV
FINEFUBNITITREABEODINC, 2S?®L»
No. 11l J street, bet. Fourth and Fifth ■
tT A New and Complete Stock at Reduced Pric i
Country orders promptly attended to. . dl-4plm
W. D. COMSTOCK,
COKNEK FIFTH AND X STREETS. «\
m m
FURNITURE & BEDDING,
'". WHOLESALE ': AND RETAIL.
WWmBB3&Sfl& 028-4pim yijgß_&9mmßSßߧ__
._____m_________________mm^^mm.^^^mm^m^^^^mamma
The Pioneer Box Factory
. Still Ahead of all Competitor
conns or
Front and JI streets ...... ......Sacrament*
■,'.-■■■-.■.- ..-. ..■■.-■ d9-4otf -'-■ .-■■■■■■■ '■■-■'
Sacramento Planing Mil),
ASH AND' BLIND FACTORY, 5 CORNER OF
Front and Q strtets, Sacramento.
■:". Doors, Windows, Blinds," i .
Finish of all kinds, Window Frames,' Moldings of
every description, and Turning ■«--'• ''■■"'"' 72;'-
-■ r'y: HARTWELL, HOTCHKIBS* STALKEF.; .
„•-_-■'- -. ... n-2^-4nlm ; .■-.-■-V'-. ■■ r: x- .".
BLACK DIAMOND COAt
AND SCREENINGS.
rwms ABOTB i WELL ? known i superior
J. MONTE DIABLO COAL, the most economical
that can be used for« dm, is for sale in lota to suit
at Black ; Diamond Landing,' Contra Costs county,
and at the office of ths Company,' southeast corner
cf Folsom and Spear streets, San Francisco. ;;_
w«a^=--i- „' • . .74 -••; P. B. CORNWALL, ;
I dlfl-tt ;." President B. D.'.C. M. Co. I
-fesWSK-^rr^^rHSSaaftiTS^
BUSINESS GAEDS.
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"_. ~:Z c^grW. VMZi HUGH-SON, ___]% n.V_ y7y y
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
I Office, southwest corner of : Seventh I and J
streets • In Bry-re's new building, up ' stairs. 1 Resi
dence, southeast corner of Seventh and N streets,
Sacramento. Office hours : Ito 3 and 6toBP. M.
Jiiirj <■". d25-4plm "'.'■ ~::yr-r. —-.". :■.'■-."-.*■•.
. :-' V M. I»T" BILLINGS iA't CO.,
IMPORTERS # AND * WHOLESALE : DEALERS
I* to Fine Brandies, Wines and Liquors. Agents
for Dr. Jaffe's Celebrated Cinchona Bitters ; also,
agents for Litton Springs Seltzer Water, Sonoma
county, California. No. 11l X street, between Fourth
and Fifth. •-•■■■•-■'•:■ ■■■'-■■', - : ---'- '"■■■"'■- ■'■'■-.'■■ ■"- ' :d25-4plm
:. y W. K. knights,
/CORNER -OF FRONT » AND L STREETS
li Highest OF FRONT AND L STREETS
I Highest prioe for Hides, Sheep PelU and
low. Supplies Butchers with Salt, Paper, latest
mproved Sausage Machines, Stuffers, Lard Presses
Etc. Prompt cash returns made for all consign-
ment - :■ ■■■ - dia-sntl ...
'■;-.■',■' ji ni stki rz.
SUCCESSOR TO FOX & STRUTZ, IMPORTER
. and Wholesale Dealer in Wines and Liquors,
No. 41 J street, Sacramentx Sole agent for A.
Hupfel's Sons' New York Beer. : „.-.,-: ■ d!4-4plm '.-.
'.V H. iH. . MeWILLIAMS. •_. ' V '-
HOPE i IRON . WORKS, FRONT STREET, BE-
' tween 1 and J. Machinery of all kinds made
to order and repaired. -. Sole manufacturer of Car-
lisle's Patent Derricks. Lawn Mowers Repaired.
For sale, _ 26-horse stationary engine and boiler,
complete. - ".'._• ._" .■■:.->■...*-.-.'■■-■•■>■-.-■ d!4-4ptf
yy CBOVB : ii. JOHNSON, i
ATTORNEY AT LAW— OFFICE, FIFTH ST.,
between I : and J. : ; Residence, No. 207 I
street, between Seventh and Eighth. ; d 10-4 Dim
J. ; A. CIINNBfGUAM.
SACRAMENTO BOILER AND IRON WORKS,
1 I street, between Front and Second,' Sacra-
mento." Manufacturer of Steam Boilers, Sheet Hon
Work, etc. ' Also, all kinds of Repairing. Chang ng
Portable Boilers from ' Wood to Straw Burners a
Specialty. - . - ■ d6-4ptf -
'.'-;'. WM," ELLERY BBICG9. M. D., :777-:
OCULIST, AURIST AND PHYSICIAN FOR
Diseases of the Thioat. Office, 429$ J street,
comer of Fifth, over Sacramento Bank, Sacramento,
Cal. Hours— 9:3o to 12 a. m.; 1 to 4 p. m Sundays—
9:30 to 11 a. M.; 1 to 4 p. m. . dl-tf
' BUSS L. .J. . KELLOGG, M. D.,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN— OFFICE AND
residence, Nathan building, corner of Seventh
and I streets. : : Office hours, 8:30 am., 2 to 4
and 7t0.8 P. M . - .' dl-4plm
8. SOLON HOI.L.
A V TTORNEY "!■ 'AND '.- ' COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR- AT- LAW,
Cornbr Sixth and I Streets, Sacra-uento,
Cal. ----- '■■■■•-' v: ■■•■-.-,•■•- -;■__■•': ■-■"■2i. - ■ ' d 1-4 plm
MADAME CHARLOTTE ROBERT,
FROM PARIS, DRESSMAKER, NO. 900 EIGHTH
■-. street, corner I, Sacramento. . Ball and Party
Lresses a Specialty. • New Patterns imported for
Winter. ' .._■■_ - d!7-4plm
BEHOVED.
CHARLES T. JONES AND ED. M. MARTIN,
Attorneys-at-Law and Notaries Public, have
removed their office to No. 607 I street, between
Sixth and Seventh. •,:-■• ■--..:■ n24-4plm
H. F. ROOT. ALEX. NEILSON. I 3. DRISCOL.
BOOT, NEILSON A CO.,
UNION FOUNDRY— IRON AND BRASS
Founders and Machinists, Front street, be-
tween N and 0. Castings ana Machinery of every
description made to order. n24-4plm
I. CARLS. a J. CBOLT.
CARLE A CBOLT,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, ARE PRE-
pared to do all kinds of work in their me, in
city or country. Principal place of business, Sacra-
mento. Shop, 82 Second street, between X and L.
Post-office Box, 410, Sacramento. I nlB 4ptl
WH. GITTTENBEBGEK,
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDER AND MA-
chinist, Front and N streetii. Manufacturer of
Guttenberger's Horse Powers, Patent Ground Roller
and Clog Crusher and Barley Mills. All kinds of
Hydraulic Pipes. For sale, Three Miller Patent Hay
Presses. . ■ 029-4plm
CALL ON SCOTT A Ml IK
NO. 303 J STREET, FOR THE LATEST STYLES
Xl in GAS FIXTURES. Plumbing in all its
branches done at short notice. Being practical
workmen, we are able to do work at the lowest
rates. . o2S-4plm
18M. F. FOSTER, 1879<
BOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER AND BLANK
Book Manufacturer, No. 319 J street, between
Third and Fourth, Sag amento. 020-4ptl
T. B. McFABLAND,
ATTORNEY AT LAW— OFFICE, SOUTHWEST
comer of J and Fourth streets. Residence,
H street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth. 09-4p*
DR. HATCH, -
OFFICE 84 J STREET. -OFFICE HOURS: 9
A. M. and 12:30 to 2P. M. ■ 529-tf
DR. WALLACE A. BBIGGS
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE AND RESI-
d ence to Dr. G. L. Simmons' Building, J
street, between Second and Third. Office hours: 8
to 9A. M., 11 A. M. to 2p. M.. and BtoBP. M. s!2-tf
CREED HAYMOND,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Office in Quinn's new building, corner ot
Fourth and J streets (up stairs), Sacramento. s6-4p
REMOVAL.
DR. NIXON HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO
the new building joining his residence on M
street, between Ninth and Tenth, No. 918. Will
visit the Railroad Hospital daily at 9:30 A. m. Office
hours— B to 9 a.m.; 1 to 3P. M., "and evenings dll-lm
JAMES McGlaltE,
MANUFACTURER OF IRON DOORS, SHUT-
tern. Railings, Gratings, House-work and
smithing in general, No. 148 X etreet, between
Fifth and Sixth Second-nand Doora tor sale
: -.-:-■. au22-4ptf . .-. .-• ■"
CAPITAL ALE VAI'LTS,
NO. 302 J, AND 1005 THIRD STREETS
Hot Lunch daily from 11 a. m. to 1 o'clock
p. M. The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
jyl3-4plm BOWERS & LONGABAUGH.
DR. Q. L. SIMEONS.
■VTO. 212 J STREET, BETWEEN SECOND AND
.13. Third, Sacramento.
{9 .o 10 A. M. )
tT Oflice Hoars:-! 2to4p. H. V ap29-4ptf
( 7 to 8 P. K. )
QROOEBIES, LIQUOBS, Em
SCH 1 SB'S
CBLEIIRATIiD -
MILWAUKEE LASER BEER,
Also BOCA BEER,
_1...i.:;-;J ON DRAUGHT, AT
GRCHLER'S SALOON, NO. iii'! J STREET.
. ■ d3-.m
REMOVED.
_SS3_SJST3S^_X. BKrOS n
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS H.
fine Brandies. Wines and Kentucky Whiskies.
Agents of the real Chris. Schroeder's Nordhaeusei
Whisky, and of the genuine Imported Culmbachei
Beer. From Fourth street to \os. JIS and 118 X
street, bet. Front and Second, Bueramento.
-•.:•■■■■-■■■.■.. d'2_S-4plw :
CHAS. W. RAPP & CO..
/^ ROCERS, 139 J ST. BET. FIFTH & SIXTH
Sacramento.
' A new stock cl American, French and Engllsi
Groceries. Also, a large assorment of the fines'
Japan Teas n22-4nlm
P. H. RUSSELL,
J STREET, BETWEEN SEVENTH AND EIGHTH. ,
CHOICE GBOCFRIES.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, FOR LOWEST |
:'"- MARKET PRICES..
Orders promptly filled and the Goods
shipped by rail or steamer free of charge. '
Address I. O. Box 883. Sacramento. 020-lm j
WILCOX, POWERS & CO., '
Importers and Wholesale Liquor Dealers, ■ j
NO. 505 X STREET,
SACRAMENTO CAL. I
'£_?'.fffr : '-'-' : . au!9-4ptf - ... .- - ]
TO THE UNFORTUNATE! !
DR, PROFS DISPENSER!, j
633 Kearny street, San Francisco. :_ '
■ ■*«w'.' = Established ta 1854, foi ,
/¥■ _ -^^ . the treatment of Bexuai ,
__TmS% y^T^y^ its tOTms < Seminal Weak-
flf.^.--..ll^^l£-JPCSjIH nent 'y cure d °m o charge.
fc Seminal Weakncs-..
5-____^Min*^Sm^__^ Seminal Emissions, the |
J^^kS»*jK™M-o^3 consequence of self-abuse. 1
-^^Ewßsa^«B^aThis solitary vice or de- I
•_^OfcSi!Ss!ai___<K_^JT&7i prayed sexual indulgence, i
is practiced by the youth of both sexes to an almost '.
unlimited extent, producing with unerring certainty <
the following train of morbid symptoms, unless ■
combated by scientific medical measures, viz.: Sallow 1
countenance, dark spots under the eyes, pain in the :
head, ringing in the ears, noise like the rustling of t
leaves and rattling of I chanota, uneasiness about .
the loins, weakness of the limbs, confused vision, <
blunted intellect, loss of confidence, diffidence in t
approaching strangers, a dislike to form new ac- '
quaintances, disposition to shun _ society, iocs if f
memory, hectic flushed, pimples and various erup- i
tions about the face, furred tongue, fetid breath, i
coughs, consumption, night sweats, monomania and <
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LE&AL -NOTIOES. ~~
TATE OF CALIFORNIA,' COUNTY OF SAC-
'i mento.— The following resolution offered by
Supervisor Wilson was adopted and entered of rec-
ord on the minutes of said Board, December 19,
1880: : ' : .'.-.' ;••: .'.■" ' :. . ...x v , : > i-yil ■ ."■ .
72 Resolved, " That the new sections to the Penal
Code, No. 400 and 401, be advertised in the Daily
R l.'xio.s- and Bee tor the term o' three months."
Section 400 ; Any person who shall knowingly
sell, or offer for Bale or use, or expose, or who shall
cause or procure to be sold or offered for s de, or
used, or expose any horse, mule or other animal
having the disease known as glanders or farcy, shall
be guilty of a misdemeanor. ,
- Section 401. . Every animal havirg glanders, or
farcy, shall at once be deprived of life by the owner
or person having charge thereof, upon discovery or
knowledge of its condition, and any such owner or
person omitting or refusing to comply with the pro-
visions of this section shall be guilty of a misde-
meanor. ._- : -'• » - - • ■ d!7-3m
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
T^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT IN PUR-
J^| suance of an order of the Superior Court of
Sacramento county, u.ade on the 2*2 d day of Novem-
ber, 1880, in the matter of the EsUte of ELIZA OL-
SEN, deceased, the undersigned, the Executrix of
said Estate, will sell at private sale, to the highest
bidder for cash in gold coin, and subject to confirma-
tion by said Superior Court, on or after TUESDAY,
JANUARY 4th, 1881, all the title and interest of
said Estate in and to that certain lot or parcel of
land situate and being in the city and county of
Sacramento, State of California, bounded as follows :
Part of lot eight in the square bounded by J and X,
Sixth and Seventh streets, being situate on the
northeast corner of Sixth and X streets, and being
70 feet front on Sixth street, and 60 feet front on X
street.7 .; '•-".■..---.
Terms of sale : Cash in gold coin. Deed at expense
of purchaser. Bids or offers may be made at any
time after the first publication of this notice and be-
fore the making of tbe sale, and may be left with
SWEETSER & ALSIP on Fourth street, between J
and X streets. All bids or offers must be in writing.
Property rents for $90 per month.
Dated : December 15, 1830. • -' " 'i-
ANN OLSEN,
Executrix of the Estate cf Eliza Olsen.
Fresmas & Bates, Attorneys. dl6-td
PROBATE NOTICE.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAC-
ramento.— ln the Superior Court. In the
matter of the estate of THOMAS TREGANZA,
deceased. Digary Hobbs, administrator of . the
Estate of THOMAS TREGANZA, deceased, having
this day filed a final account of his administration
of said estate, showing that all the debts and ex-
penses of administration of said estate have been
paid, and that a portion of said estate remains to be
divided among the heirs of said deceased, and pray-
ing that said account be settled and allowed, and
said estate De distributed to the parties entitled, it
is ordered that all persons interested in the Estate
of the said THOMAS TREGA>ZA, deceased, be and
appear before the Superior Court of Sacramento
county, at the Court-room of said Court, in tbe city
of Sacramento, on the 10th day of JANUARY, 18:1,
at 10 o'clock A. x. , then and there to show cause
why said account should not be settled and allowed
as filed, and said estate be, by order of this Court,
distributed.
It is further ordered that a copy of this order be
published in the Sacramkxto Record-Union, for ten
days before the said 10th day of January, 1881. .
Dated December 23, 1880.
S. C. DENSON,
Judge of Superior Court.
J. C. Tibbs, Attorn for Administrator. d24-10t
PROBATE NOTICE.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SACRA-
mento. — In the Superior Court, in tbe matter
of the Estate of HANNAH TREGA.% A, deceased.—
Digarv Hobbs, Administrator ot the Estate of HAN-
NAH TKEGANZA, deceased, having this day filed
a final account of bis administration of said estate,
showing that all the debts and expenses of adminis-
tration of said estate have been paid, and tbat a por-
tion of said estate remains, to be distributed among
' the heirs of said deceased, an I praying that said ac-
j count be settled and allowed, and said estate be dis-
[ tributed to the parties entitled, it is ordered that all
! persons interested in the estate of the paid HANNAH
TREGANZA, deceased, be and appear before the
Superior Court of Sacramento county, at the Court-
room of said Court, in the city of Sacramento, on
the 10th day of JAN JAR V, 1881, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
then and there to show cause why said account
should not be settled and allowed as filed, and said
estate he, by order of this Court, distributed to the
heirs of the said HANNAH TREGANZA, deceased.
It is further ordered that a copy of this order be
published in the Sacramb>to Daily RkcordUxion
for at least ten days before the said 10th day of Jan-
uary. 1881.
Dated December 23, 1550. :.-ii:i';-.y
S. C. DENSON,
Judge of Superior Court.
J. C. Tibbs, Attorney for Administrator. d_illot
PROBATE NOTICE.
STATE OF CAUFORNIA, COUNTY OF SACRA-
mento. In the Superior Coun. In the
matter of the estate of JOSEPH COX, deceased.
FRANCIS COX, administrator of the estate of
JOSEPH COX, deceased, having rendered and pre-
sented for settlement a final ace junt and report of
his administration, accompanied by vouchers, and
by a petition for distribution of the estate, it is
ordered that MONDAY, January 10, 1881, at 10
o'clock a. m., be appointed as the time for settle-
ment of said account and hearing said petition, and
that notice thereof be given by publication of this
order in the Sacramknto Daily Record-Union at
east once a week for three weeks next before the
said da, of bearing. December 14 1880.
' S. C. DENSON, Judge of Superior Court.
Clinton L. Whits, Attorney for Administrator.
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ORDER OF SALE.
rN TIIE SUPERIOR COURT, COUNTY OF SAC-
raniento, State of California. In tho mat-
ter :of tl.e estate of JOHN STEI.NMILLKh.
deceased. 11. S. Beals. Administrator cf
the estate of JOHN STEINMILLER, deceased,
having presented a verified petition to this
Court, Asking that an or. er of sale i f real estate be
made, and it appearing from such petition that it is
necessary to sell the « hole c r some portion of said
real estate to pay the debts of deceased, and the
debts, expenses and charges of administration, it is
ordered that all • persons interested in sid estate
show cause, if any they have, on MONDAY, JANU-
ARY 31st, 1881, at 10 o'clock a. M., at the Court-
room of this Court, why an order of sale of real
estate should not be made as prayed for ; and that
a copy of tl it order be published at least once a week
for four successive weeks in the Sacramento Daily
Record Union.
Sacramento, December 18, 1880.
- ROBUST C. CLARK,
Judge of Superior Court.
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SUMMONS.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, IN AND FOR TH
city and county of San Francisco, State of Cali-
fornia JOHN F. ENGLISH, plaintiff, vs. GEORGE
OLSEN, defendant-- Ac'ion brought in the Superior
Court, in and for the city and county of San Fran* .
Cisco, State of California, and the c. mplaint filed in
the office ' of the Clerk of said county. E. F.
PRESTON, Plaintiff's Attorney, No. 234 Montgomery
street. : The People of the State of California send
greeting to GEORGE OLSEN, defendant : You are
hereby required to appear in an actir n brought
against you by tbe above-named plaintiff, in the
Superior Court, in and for the city and county of San
Francisco, State of California, and to answer the -
complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of J
the day of service) after the service on you of this
summons, if served within this county; or, if served
elsewhere, within thirty cays. The said action
is brought to recover judgment for the sum of '
$007 05-100, with interest thereon, alleged to be duo
from defendant to plaintiff, for money paid out and
expended by plaintiff for tbe use and benefit ol
defendant and request; also, for money had and
received by defendant and his said assignor from
plaintiff, as set forth in the complaint un file herein,
to which reference Is made, and tor costs of suit.
And you are hereby notified that if you fail to
appear and answer the said comp'aint, as above
required, the said plaintiff will take judgmentagainst
you for said sum of $607 05, together with in rest
and costs of suit. ; " ~-rz-*re_rs&&FE£?^ggp!_l!j3
Given under my hand and the seal of the Superior
Court, in and for the city ard county of San Fran-
cisco, State of California, this Ist day of OCTOBER,
in the Year of Our Lord, one thousand eight hun-
dred and eighty.'.^»s*-*#_*_tewirtj»_-_mf_ ■"S'WSjSS
Iseal.] WILLIAM A. STUART, Clerk.
"■ nB-law2mM By P. Devest. Deputy Clerk.
SUMMONS.
1 ATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY . OF SAC- _
: ramento— ss. ■In tbe Superior Court, in and ■
for said county. I The People of the State of Cal:.
fornia to J. P. TUCK, greeting: You are hereby .
notified that an action was commenced ; in the
Supei Court of the county of Sacramento, State
aforesaid, by the filing a complaint in the Clerk's
office, of said Court, on the 23d day of OCTOBER,
1880, in which action S. N. TUCK is plaintiff, and
you are defendant.' That the general nature of the
action as appears from sad complaint, is as follows :
To obtain a decree of this Court dissolving the bonds
.1 matrimony now and heretofore existing between .
the plaintiff and defendant, on the alleged ground I j
of j the willful ' desertion of plaintiff . by , said •■ de- ■ _.
fendant, and . his ; failure :to provide for her i the '
common ■ necessaries of -; life; * also for - general
relief. | And you are hereby directed to appear and
answer said - complaint within ten days from the
service of this writ, exclusive of the day of service, ,
if served on you in said county of Sacramento ; and
within thirty days, exclusive of the -lay at service,
if served elsewhere ; and you are further notif ed
(hat unless you bo appear and answer within the
time above specified, the plaintiff will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded therein. ; •---— yi, •-«•-. r
sln testimony whereof, 1, Tlios. H. Berkey, Clerk .
if the Court aforesaid, do hereunto set my hand and I
iffix* the i seal fof ■-' said : Court, • this . 23d day of •
[KiroßEßj-A.- d. im.'.«:,^--:'i*m____aaw__alim I
■t [SEAUJ '„yy .•?*-£- THOS." H. BERKEY, Clerk. "-
.- J - . ty. Li . By J. H. Parnell,' Deputy Clerk.*-", ~
", L. S.TJYLOB, Plaintiff's Attorney. ; 025-4plaw2mll .

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