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THE DAILY RECORD -UNIfIN.
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FRIDAY 1 .. - . .... DECEMBER 31. 1880
Daily Meteorological Record-Signal Serv
ice Fulled Slates Army. . ._ '"■■
Sacramknto, December 30, 1880—8:02 1. x.
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Portland ..... 1.. ... ...;... ....... ii.. .'.i.T.'."i
Roseburg 30.24 55 90 -E. 6 Fresh.. .06 Cloudy
Redßluff. 130.20:58 86 .:..... Calm .... Clear
Sacram'to 30.28150 93 8 E. 2 Light . .... Clear .
'£. Fran.. 30.26 53 03 ....... Calm ; Cloudy
•Visalia.. 30.22 52 86 tT. W. ll Light.. ....Cloudy
•LAnge1,!30. 04*47 85 X. E. l| Light. ...."■ Clear
Max. TLcr., 5.5. Mm. Ther., 45. Kiver above low.
:. water mark, li ft. 10 in.
•4.02 a.m. ■"■ ■ -■ . _ ' -■ ' '
Weather Probabilities.
VTasdixotos, December 30th.— Fur Taciflc Coast
region: Partly cloudy weather, with rain in north
Pacific regions. .' :':.\" -:y. y^p-
AHVEETI3BJtEHT MENTION. I
Metropolitan Theater—" Rip Van Winkle." .
A. (ill. First annual ball this evening.
Union watch-night services to-night.
fcacraroento Home School— Beginning of term.
Orthodox service— Eev. H. P. Lowentbal.
G. A. E ., a:'.', -Tnis evening.
K:i;.-li|r,nl Pythias— Columbia Lodge, to-e'vht.
Red Jacket Tribe, Imp. O. R. M.— r.iglit.
Installation of Masonic officers to night.
For Bale— A good-pajing saloon.
Wanted— lnformation of John Little, orLitle.
<. rnun-Amcricao School— Reopening. __&s§|§!
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Jtv__t__am Advertisements. .'- .
Singer Maca-icturing Company— Change of loca
tion. "
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.
Fire Commissioners.— The Board of Fire
Commissioners held its monthly meeting last
evening, all the members present. Minutes
of the last meeting were read and approved.
Reports of four alarms for December were
made, which were : two upon December Ist,
caused by fires at the residences of B. U.
Shields on G, between Eighth and Ninth
streets, and George M. Slytem, on I, between
Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth streets.
On December '.id, at Mrs. Woods' residence,
on Seventh, between O and P streets, and
Decern Bth, from gas explosion under
sidewalk, on .1, between Fifth and Sixth
streets. The pay-roll for December, amount
ing to $1 545, was allowed, and also the fol
lowing bills: Capital Gas Co., $38 85 P.
Potter, 86 75; -M. McEianv, £7 50 ; Carle &
Croly, 847 45 ; 0. E. Adams, $20 17 ; R. A.
Fisk, $73 80 ; Guthrie Bros., $9 45 ; Brown
Bros., $13 25 ; Whittier & Fuller, $22 ; Long
ton & Anthony, $3 50 ; P. Cohen, $4 55 ;
Huntington, Hopkins & Co., 25 cents ; C.W.
Rapp, $3 ; H. P. Osborn, $0 ; L. L. Lewis,
$6 82 ; Locke & Lavenson, 82 ; R. S. Jones,
834 73 ; John Farren, $5 ; Neubourg&Lages,
$1 46 ; H. Garrett, $29 66; J. A. Martin,
$3 30 ; D. McKay, $7 ;A. C. Tufts, $3 ;S. S.
Nixon, $13 50 ; P. Cohen, $2 ; C. Sullivan,
810 ; D. C. White, $5 85 R. J. Merkley,
531 50. The Board then adjourned. ,- yi
Police Court.— ln the Police Court yes
terday Wm. French was fined and costs for
disturbing the peace. P. W. Martin pleaded
guilty to battery, and will receive judgment
to-day. P. W. Martin and M. Carraghan,
for disturbing the peace, and Joseph Harris
and Chas. Lynch, for battery, were tried,
found not guilty and discharged. Charles
Fincest-y failed to appear to answer to a
charge of drunk, acd forfeited his deposit of
87 50. James Benson and Daniel O'Neill,
arrested for petit larceny, were discharged at
the reqpeat of the prosecuting witness. Tom
O'Neill, drunk, pleaded guilty and was fined
$10 and coats, lie has just finished a term
in the c! -pang ; has no money, and will
serve ten days in the city jail upon the pres
ent judgment.' Jaa. Brown, drunk, failed to
appear fur trial, and forfeited his deposit of
$5. The case of Jerry Haley, for disturbing
the peace, was continued to January 5, 1881,
after which ths Court adjourned. .yy.y
Not Sherman's • Horses. — A dispatch
from Chicago yesterday announced that
horses trained iv California are on exhibition
there, leading many who are aware that
Sherman's educated animals were recently
sold, to believe that Barney, Tommy and
Jack thi Clown, are the ones referred to.
One of the owners of the latter animals, who
resides in Sacramento, says that they are
now at Sherman's ranch, near Martinez, be
ing taught additional tricks for next season's
campaign. -_-'y- :
Ecbc-Lak Taken In.— At about 3 o'clock
yesterday morning Alexander Delyelie en
tered the store of Lambert k Given?,
at the corner of Tenth and X streets,
by ciii 1 ing through a window at the side of
the building. While searching inside for
booty he awakened the young man who
sleeps in tbe store. He gave an alarm, when
officers Finzx'e and Martin responded and ar
rested Delyelle, and conveyed him to the
City Prison. -'y-.y.
Ovficecs Elected.— Sacramento Encamp
ment, No. 63, Champions of the Red Cross,
have elected the following officers: Oscar S.
Flint, Com.; Mrs. L. J. Nusbsum, J. C; S.
W. Smith, R. S.: Carrol E. Colby, L. S.;
DeWitt O. Smith, T.; Henry W. Landes, C.
of 11.; Miss Lydia Skelton, I. G.; Edward
A'an Heusen, O. G. Trustees Carrol E.
Colby, DeWitt C. Smith and Frank M. Mc-
Keever. The Encampment will hold a pub
lic installation of officers next Wednesday
evening.
Late Train and Mail. The overland
train frcm the East, owing to detention on
the Union Pacific, will be about five hours
late to-day. It will arrive a little before
noon and leave for San Francisco on the time
of the regular noon train, at ten minutes af
ter 12 .'clock. A train will be made up at
this point and leave for San Francisco at 7:20
in the morning for the accommodation of lo
cal passengers.
Loox Out por a Blizzard.— lt is pre
dicted that mere than ordinarily stormy
weather may be expected to-day. The pre
dict is based upon the fact that the sun
will be in perihelion, the moon in perigee and
con j lion, the line of the apsides corre
sponding with the line of the nodes of the
moon. It is also asserted that the phenome
non •■• i_! not occur again within the next 170
years. -*. '
Isformatios Wanted. — McLaine,
of Farmington Postofflce, Province of On
tario, Canada, writes to the postmaster of
this city for any information in relation to
William an.l Seamore Golden, who left Can
ada about thirty years ago, and are supposed
to have engaged in mining in Australia and
California. The writer will liberally reward
any one sending the desired information.
That Mountaineer's Picnic. —It was
found !a=t evening that the trade dollar which
was put in the ticket-box of a street car yes
terday by a "jolly old fellow from the moun
tains," and who, being unable to get his
change, rode twenty trips in order to get
even, was a counterfeit. An empty flask and
a few crackers remained in the car, to remind
the driver of the " picnic." -y-xy
Slow in Coming. Reference to the reg
isters of the different hotels shows that but
few members of the Legislature have as yet
arrived in the city. Heretofore the members
have generally put in an appearance a week or
so before the opening of the session, but this
year they probably desire to pass the holidays
at home, and the rush therefore will not prob
ably begin until Sunday. , .. yy
The Measles Epidemic— are now
but three cases of measles at the Protestant
Orphan Asylum. During the epidemic there
have been in all between fifty and sixty cases
in that institution. The disease also seems
to have had its run in other portions of the
city, as but few cases are now occurring.
Imported Mules.— W. T. Wilson, of Elk
Grove, arrived from . Paris, Kentucky, yes
terday, with seventy-four ' mules ; for this
market. Some of this shipment took premi
ums at the fall fairs at Lexington and Marys
ville. They are to be seen ■ at : Sixteenth
street, between EandF, in this city. ;;■
Commercial.— steamer C. M. Small
came ; down yesterday , from '_ ■ Marysville,
loaded with grain and produce. The San Joa
quin No. 2 came up and took a load of flour
from the Pioneer Mills and returned to the
Bay.
The : best bargain : of the — those
remnants of lace curtains and lace shams,
10 cents to $1 75 each, at the Red House.*
Ladies' Merino Vests are 35 cents at the
Red House. - - - < ; *
Black Cashmeres reduced at L. Bien's,
Eighth and J streets. - *
January Styles. Domestic Patiirss, at
L. Hen's, Eighth and J. ■--•;'s3£f{[^KESS£H,
7; Metropolitan {Theater.— Sir. . McWade
and his company appeared at the [ Metropoli
tan Theater last evening to a fairly good au
dience. "Ss The play was "Rip Van Winkle.'"
Mr. McWade's version is in many respects an
improvement upon the play as presented by ;
Joe Jefferson and radically differs from it.
The key to the situation in one case hangs on
an instrument in the character of (a convey
ance, in this on a contract to marry. - In the
Jefferson version Rip's wife, and supposed
widow, marries the inexorable creditor and
leads a life of misery ; in McWade's play she
is seen only in .the first act, and ix given out
as dead thereafter. There is none of the
miserable and unnatural endeavor of a young
man attempting to browbeat a young woman
into marrying him, but only the claim to
property presented by an attorney, based on
a refusal to keep the contract to marry.' >' At
the close, Rip does not toast • the - as
sembled party in liquor, ■.;•■ but i casts -it
away and _-• advises all to . "swore ' off."
McWade's version eliminates the I rougher
passages between Rip and | his? tempters,
throughout, J and - substitutes ! pathetic and
touching lines between himself and sympa
thizir-g fellow-beings. : Altogether,^ it is a
very plea, ing version, and :.. while about -it
there will be divided opinions, there is ample
ground on which to base strong claims for its
superiority over the old "acting" version.
Mr. I McWade is '■■ an '• artist ■of - undoubted
merit. ■ ' His Rip Van Winkle is an | artistic
presentation. It is a simple and apparently
effortless performance. -.. It touches i the
foundations of the heart, and wins the audi
tor, and no greater triumph can an actor de
sire. _ As to whether McWade is better than
Jefferson is not in question ; he is excellent
in himself, in many things follows after Jef
ferson, and in many departs widely from ,
his methods. His support last evening was
light during the first aad second acts
it was much better in the third ; the center
of interest was of course about the chief
character which, however, deserves a better
setting. It has got so nowadays that man
agers scarcely make an effort to bring fcood
support to the Metropolitan, and the public
has almost ceased to ' expect it. The people
on the stage last night were mostly "ama
teurish," an! the leading lady lacked physical
strength and vocal power. But still the sup
port was faithful to stage business, and ready
with its lines, and suffered chiefly by being
thrown into such strong contrast with the
admirable acting of McWade, whose * Rip
Van Winkle will be given again to-night,
and is worthy the consideration of critical
and cultured audiences.
Chances in Property and Location.—
R. Levy has purchased the building between
the Capital Savings Bank and Locke & La
venson's store, on the south side of J, be
tween Third and Fourth streets. It was pur
chased from the Capital Savings Bank, and
$15,000 paid. It has a frontage of forty feet,
and the main floor is at present divided into
two storerooms. R. Stone & Co. have
rented the building, to be occupied by their
saddlery establishment. I It is to be entirely
and handsomely refitted by Mr. Levy, at an
expense of $3,000, before its occupation. The
central partition is to be removed and other
improvements made, which will give a fine
storeroom forty feet in width by the depth of
the building. The second story and base
ment are also to be remodeled, ■ and
all will _ be occupied by the inclin
ing firm. The business of Stone &
Co. has . extended until they- have
about forty-five men employed, and rent
shop-room at different places, in addition to
their establisment on J street, in which to
carry on their various branches of manufac
turing. These will all be brought into and
operated within the new quarters. After Mr.
Levy had purchased this property, Stone 4
Co. offered 31,500 bonus upon the price paid
for a transfer of the title to them, but the
offer was refused. ! He is to have $200 per
month rent. Alexander Boyd _ yesterday
purchased from the dpi Savings Bank
the east half of lot 6, between I and J, Sec
ond and Third streets, being that upon which
the building occupied by Holbrook, Merrill &
Stetson is located. That firm, however, will
continue their business at the same place as
usual. jy. . ' y
No Bronze Turkey for Him.—
Perkins came down from Roßeville the other
day — i n fact he comes quite often, and when
he does something always happens, even if it
is nothing more than a crushed chair. • While
at oce of the hotels during his last visit, the
proprietor intimated a wish that Dana would
send him a bronze turkey, Mr. Perkins being
the owner of several ot that species of bird.
Dana looked a3 grave for a moment as a man
asking a blessing over a scantily supplied
table, and finally burst out with, "Send you
a bronze turkey ! I guess not. No bronze
turkey for you. '' And turning to the by-stand
era, Dana said: "Gentlemen, do you know
wnat this landlord did to me once ? Well, I
came down at the time of the election, stopped
here, registered my name and engaged a
room. About 10 o'clock that evening I
thought I'd go to bed, and started for the
room ; but this man, who is so anxious for me
to give him a bronze turkey, met me and
persuaded me to go down to the Record-
Union office and hear the election news. I
went with him, and we stayed there until 6
o'clock the next morning. Breakfast was
ready when we came, back to the hotel, after
partaking of which I sat down in a choir by
the stove and dozed for an hour or so. When
I left in the afternoon he made me pay for
my bed, just the same as if I bad occupied
it. Oh, no ! no bronze turkey for him."
The Bigamy Case.— The argument in the
Landes-Finn bigamy case was beard -by
Judge Denson yesterday, commencing at 10
A. M., and occupying the day. The Court
room was crowded, and remained so until the
case was closed. The case was argued by C.
L. White and District Attorney Buckley
upon the part of the prosecution, and by C.
P. Jones for the defense. At the close of
the argument of counsel the Judge remarked
upon the principal points of the case, during
which he stated that he thought a great deal
of untruth had been given in the testimony.
He did not intimate any decision in the case,
but stated that he would take the whole
matter under careful advisement, and give
his opinion in writing. He also stated that it
would probably be a week or more before he
would be ready to give the result. The Dis
-1 trict Attorney requested that in case the law
and facts should be found to be such that the
defendant is to discharged from the charge of
bigamy, that he be held upon the charge of
rape. : ;.:•■••'
Installation and Banquet. — instal
lation of officers of Athens Lodge No. 228,
F. and A. M, , at Davisviile, took place night
before last. A large number of members of
the fraternity attended from this city. The
i following officers were installed : E. W.
Brown, W. M; W. H. Marden, S. W.j J.
Philliber, J. W.; W. G. Bullard, Treasurer ;
Fred. Klays, Secretary ; R. Bronson, S. D.;
, H. Hammel, Steward ; T. B. Pearce, Mar
• thai. The installation services were conduct
: ed by Grand Master S. C._ Denson. A grand
1 banquet was afterward given by the Lodge.
• This was followed by dancing, which lasted
I till early morning. There was a very large
' company of members and their wives and
1 lady friends. The occasion throughout was
greatly enjoyed by all present The visiting
, members from this city returned yesterday
morning. -_ .
Fatal Accident.— lsaac Frazer, an em
ploye- of the railroad company, while en
i gaged in hauling lumber yesterday morning
; at the shops, was fatally injured. The team
! with which be was at work took fright while
he was a short distance away from them,'
whereupon he ran -.and jumped .upon the
■ truck, and in trying to get the lines, fell and
I was run over by the wheels, which crushed
the pelvic bones and injured him internally.
• He was taken to the Railroad Hospital, but
» died in about an hour afterwards. The de
r ceased was a native of Nova Scotia/ about 33
« years of age and single. " Coroner Vermilya
» will hold an inquest this evening. „ .Vv-,..'-,*
--, The Last One.— The last leap-yew party
for four years i was given last night by young
ladies of Sacramento to young gentlemen of
Sacramento. It was held at Turner Hall,
* and proved to be a very dressy and enjoyable
1 affair, about one hundred couple* being pres-
e nt. The floor director was Miss Mary Burn
-9 ham, and the managers Misses Hattie Knox,
Carrie Locke, Georgie Craver and Carrie
c Williams. The ball was- in all respects a
brilliant ose, and brought together a wealth
of fresh young beauty ' and ' light-hearted
* union). iii-iiyii'. -
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Fixe Art Sale I— There is now on exhibi
> tion at No. 615 J street, between Fifth and
Sixth, twenty-two fine paintings, taken out of
1 the galleries in San Francisco, and sent here
i by the following well-known Artiste : Denny,
- Strauss, Young, Holdredge and Strong.; To
r be sold by auction for their benefit this even
a ing, regardless of value, for . holiday money.
Art critics and lovers of Art will fird exhibi
tion and master pieces by the above artiste in
o this small but well-selected and meritorious
• collection. This sale is bona fide, without
. reserve and positively for only one night. *
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. ' Gent,' HANK sewed FRENCH Caw BOOTS,
reduced to $6 60," at the clearance sale. Red
. House. .-'''"'' '' "; ■•- ■-":'- ■_•"• "■....
Hats at a great ' reduction " at \ the Red
j House. p : - __^_______«. "■■
'■■■ New BuchhiC- at L. Bien's, Eighth and J .*
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BREVITIES.
' 7 Among the passengers who left Omaha yes
terday, westward bound, were ' Rev.-; Dr. J.
I'l "eh and family. ■; of Sacramento, who will
arrive January 3d. •• 7 : .
i : There was * shipped to the East yesterday
27 carloads of barley, 8 of wool, 9 of tea, 3
of hides, 1 of leather and 1 of beans and sea
goods.'-;-'.----- ■;.— -, '.ii: 'y ■'•_":. " :
■ Sixty-two . emigrant . passengers, of -.. whom
forty-seven ' are males, will arrive ' from the
East by the overland train this afternoon.
, Weather asd Riveb. — The weather yes
terday was cloudy, during the forenoon, but
the afternoon was bright and it was still clear
at midnight. The , river ; continued to ; rise,
and last evening it | marked 19 - feet j and 10
inches. '■'• Nd information -; was received from
the high water in the upper Sacramento. ~ y
■ Installation.— The officers elect of Fidel
ity Grove, No. 31, United Ancient Order of
Druids, were list night ; installed by D. D.
G. A. A. Gonnet as follows : John G. Miller,
Noble - Arch ; A. Peltier, Vice- Arch, , and
A. M. Cunningham, Secretary.
Merchandise Retort. — The following
freight passed Ogden for Sacramento on the
28th : For Adams, McNeill & Co., 70 bar
rels bams, 50 pails tobacco; Standard Oil
Company, 270 cases coal oil. -
: Official Bond.— Charles B. Turrill has
filed his official bond as Justice of the Peace
of San Joaquin tbwEship. ia the sum of $2,500,
with '- W. E. Everson and John * Nemes as
sureties. ''".:' ' yp X'-yPi
NOTES ON EDUCATION.
There is at Union College an increase in
the number of students of from 20 to 25
cent, over 1879.: '■}. '.'..''■ y iPPiyiyiiTy.
.; The public schools of Maryland are mak
ing good progress, having increased during
the past year in the number of buildings,
teachers and pupils, and ;in the average
attendance. _ *-' ."'
: ■'■ Two evening schools for girls and women
were opened in Milwaukee lately and with
remarkable success. ; Many 'of the | pupils
were - middle-aged and married women ;
and a large proportion we're Germans eager
to learn English. '..":■", - \
The new order of college government at
Amherst provides for . , regular reviews,
which will take the place of the usual ex
aminations, each student being ranked ac
cording to his standing in these, rather
than from an examination at the end of the
term. iypyyyypyy ■yyypyyy).
Some of the school officials of St. Louis
are endeavoring to make the study of pen
manship more thorough in j their schools.
They propose to make the pupils write out
their reading lessons after reading them,
the teacher to supervise as closely the
writing as the reading, r 'PPyiyyy
' It is reported as probable that the Bos
ton School Committee will order that no
married woman . shall :be employed as a
teacher except by favorable action of the
Board upon a report of the division com
mittee, stating the reason in each case why
such appointment should be made.
The ' great - temptation of the Oxford
scholar, the Pall Mall Gazette says, is to
be too nice. | He is- dominated by a fear
that he may be, or somebody may think
him, commonplace. ' He does not care to
speak what is not fit to print. All his ut
terances are to be remarkable for their wit
or their profundity. -
i, The Hebrew Union College is to be es
tablished permanently in Cincinnati, where
a house has been purchased for its S accom
modation. The institution is maintained
by voluntary subscriptions. There are only
three Hebrew colleges in this country —
ona in New York, one in Philadelphia and
the other is that in Cincinnati. -- ' 'y.ypi.
The trustees of the i proposed School of
Applied Science have determined to begin
almost immediately and in the modest form
of a preparatory school, the j! work of the
institution. The ! surplus income will be
saved and invested from- year to year until,
with a real demand for an advanced j scien
tific school, there ' will ; be ' funds to estab
lish it. . yy.' 'Py ~V: j I ''••-_
2 Harvard " has v now 1,364 students — 8
more than last 'year. " There are 158 in
structors in all > departments."^ The most
noticeable gain is in the scientific depart
ment. . Last year it had only 16 students,'
this year jit has 37. The post-graduate
department is in a highly flourishing con
dition. The number now studying for the
higher degrees is 36. - The evening read
ings from the ancient and modern classics
are open not only to the members of the
University, but also to the public.
The School Superintendent of Columbus,
Ohio, does well in urging that less money '
be spent in brick ; and ■ mortar and in the
business departments of public education,
and more upon the department of instruc
tion. 7; He holds, and wisely, that the
number of teachers in all the cities and
large towns should bo increased one-third.
When the people, he adds, are willing to
bear the expense of employing | the best
teachers, the number of whose pupils shall
be limited to twenty -or at least thirty,
there will be an immeasurable gain in de
velopment, „ learning and ■'. efficiency over
what is now obtained in the present
crowded condition of the schools.
THE COURTS.
SUPERIOR COURT.
Clark, Judge.
- Thursday, December 30, 1880.
". John Green vs. Odd Fellows' Savings and Com
mercial Bank— Default and Judgment entered on
December 27, 1880, is set aside and vacated.
John Donnovan vs. His Creditors— Order of adju
dication and notice to creditors entered.
r mn-;- H. Milliken, executrix, etc , vs. John M.
Mi: liken— Cause submitted te arbitration.
Clara L. Brown vs. P. D. Burbank ct al— Findings
filed and decree entered in favor of plaintiff.
Court adjourned.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Filed December 30th.
Capital Saving Bank to Alexander Boyd—Decem
ber 30, ISSO ; for $10,000 ; the east half of lot 6, be
tween I and J, Second and Third streets. Sacra
mento. . «£* •
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
ARCADE HOTEL.
- "iVP. ';-; .."- ' Sacramknto, December V), 1880.
T S Merchants Francisco C Cadwalader, Ked Bluff
F A Sprague, do ■' : X P McWade, >ew Yoik
J Evans, do Miss I_ouisa Holbee, do
F Thompson, do
Immigration Statistic*. — The chief
of the Bureau of Statistics furnishes the
following information .in regard te immi
gration into the United States : There ar
rived in the customs districts of Baltimore,
Boston, Detroit, Huron, Minnesota, New
Bedford, : New Orleans, " New York, Pas
samaquoddy, Philadelphia and San Fran
cisco, during the month ended October 31,
1880, 69,808 passengers, of '■ whom 61,312
were p immigrants, 5,905 citizens of the
United States returned from abroad, and
2 591 aliens not intending to reside in . the
United tat es. Of this total number of
immigrants ' there arrived from Eogland,
6,665 ; Wales, 110 ; Scotland, 1,388 ; Ire
land. 5,705; Germany, 17.509 ; Austria,
1.555 ; ■ Sweden, * 3,486 ; Norway, 1,453 ;
Denmark; 950 ; France, 551 ; Switzerland,
922 ; Spain, 79 ; Holland, 230 ; Belgium,
141 ; Italy; 1,651 ; Russia, 352 ; Poland,
IS4 ; Hungary, 418 ; Finland, 14 ; Domin
ion of Canada,' 17,515 ; i China," 474 ; - Aus
tralasia, 81 ; Mexico, 33 ; . Portugal, 82 ;
Azores, 79, and from all other countries, 70.
The Friend of Delicate Ladies.
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure is
the remedy that will cure the many diseases
peculiar to women. Headaches,' neuralgia,
disordered nerves, weakness, mental shocks,
and kindred ailments are effectually removed
by its use. [The Mother's Magazine. H. C.
Kirk &. Co., agents, Sacramento. yppy'2
iii'y 7 ': . . ■
Spanish Lacs Fichus and Scarfs, at L
Bien's,' Eighth and J streets.' ■•-..*'
-. Cloaking Cloth, reduced to $2 a yard, at
L. Bien's, Eighth and J streets. *
- Ladies can buy stylish . and durable dress
goods . for _12 J . cents per ■ yard at the Red
louse. ■ --'-' 'yyy, -' .■ ■ -. *.p
---7: Look Oct '. in' to-morrow's issue for bill of
fare of lunch at the " Forrest," January Ist.*
- 7rr-'7jV->7__.--^.-r.77~" " ' m ■X.rXi-ryX.r-.^yy^
; Thk Nicest Pbibent for the holidays is a
case ci extra dry Eclipse champagne. . *
.Rock and Rte cures ■: colds, coughs )■ and
brorchial diseases. 'fi G. W. Chesley, agent.*
*j;.S r " j' ■■■■■ ■ i ■ -■ "
i 2 Gests' Hand-sewid Feekch Calf Shofs,
reduced to $6, at Bed House, r , ;>r, - .*>|
m
- Clothing is slaughtered at the Red House
clearance sale.-.- ■—:-*•" - ,
'*• Furnishiso Goods at » great sacrifice at
the clearance sale. Red Heme. *
— ACKEBMAN & CO. . :yiPy
_.£ TIXIXTOT-Tl f"
Ipgg^lf You Want
TO
MAKE YOUR WIFE HAPPY,
BUY HER A.
French China
Dinner Set
FOR
tx___--w -^_r____Js___Rs,
WHICH ABE SOLD
FOR $25 AND $301
ACKEBMAN & GO'S
te 629 and 631 J street, Sacramento.
ii BUY YOUR HOLIDAY JEWELRY
— OF Tr - .. ..-• ..
J. lIYMAN^ JR., No. 506 J street, bet. Fifth and Sixth.
't& THE BEST AND CHEAPEST PLACE-IN ? THE CITT.' TO V^ .' dlB-3plm .
G-EKEBALNOTIOES. : r
E. M. Stevens. 230 J street," near Third.'—
Fine imported wines, liquors, etc; also the best bit
cigars in the city. - d2B-l.n
Cake*. Pie* and all kinds of Fancy Candy
at W. F. PETERSON'S. .- : : d2lm "; '
/': :'■ \ "' r ' ' , — * _ '
AH Who nave Tried W. F. Peterson's
Ornamental Cakes, Tarts and Mince Pies, say they
are the best ever bought. Try them. • d'2-lra
Co to the Eafnyetie^for Hot _l»rlnhs.-
Siwcialties : Tom and Jerry, Peach and Honey, etc.
X St., Third and Fourth. J. O. HECTOR dl-3plin
Capital Colonnade. 1017 Tenlh St.. bet.
J and K. Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars always
on hand. Private Rooms. JOHN HECTOa.dI6-lm
.'-,"' -' - y'i;-:. -'i — ♦ —2. '. ._ -, i , „. -ii ■ »
The f holeer't Imported Wines nnd
Liquors, by the bottle or gallon, at SHEAK .-, Eighth
and X streets (Clunie Building). Every article
warranted pure. yy y. -.r-dlB-lm-^
Wei De ; Meyer's
CATARRH
UNQUESTIONABLY THE MO:T IM
J portant medical discovery since vaccination.
A remedy which assimilates with the mucous mem-
brane and forms not only a , local, but a constitu-
tional cure at any stage. | One package generally
suffices. Delivered by druggists or by D. - B.-
DEWEY & CO., No. 46 Dey street, N. . V., $1 60
complete. Treatise and remarkable statements by
the cured mailed free. j, The afflicted can refer to : ";
Siirldo§ Collisb, Baldwin Hotel, San Francisco.
Dr. F. N. Clark, Dentist,"with Dr. Brewer, '8 Mont-
gomery street, San Frandsco. iy
Chas. Novesis, Wilmington, Cal. - — --. ._,i.i
C. H. Massiso, Fall River Mills, Cad. . . . ,
W. J. Davesport, The Dalies, Oregon. — -.- •■'! '".-V
Mrs. H. Harper, 706 Stone street, Denver, Col. :
Miss Marct E. Rasker,49s Clark St., Chicago.
M'llb Aimer, Opera Prima Donna. ~ '
Paul Botktoh (the Swimmer), Flushing, L. L yx
S«k4. Bbsbdict, 697 Broadway, N. Y. .... .;■"". 7 V
Riv. C. H. Tatior, 149 Noble St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Rbv. A. H. j Scmser, Frederick, Md. ,
Rbt. Geo. E. Pratt, St. Stephen's Church, Phila-
delphia, """ '"'" _""" \, ~ _..^_
Rev. C. J. Jones, New Brighton, N. V., etc., etc y
"tr A Beal Core for Catarrh for 91 50.
n29-eow6»I23pMWF - . -s:v ;
CHffIUEIPIPE,
r TEBBA COTTA AXB BTOSEWABE. y^
hobby 4b sseExans,
So. 3*l J street. Sacramento, CaL '■
- . yr-..- d7-Bpltn -♦ .-■•=" ■ .-»•■-='"
HOUDAY GOODS,
• . tT VEST 7 EOW ! ■*_» Py2.
I "' r . y- i.iy", C.' ,-.. „- . •-»i.'/ : -:/l." ~i'.J,fiiP2i'::
' M.R. BEARD
r -. ■ yy.ti. ir'Hr'-i-X' ■■■ys^-'i-^i&^Syy.
STATIONERS,
.. '.... ; ; yi .- '-''--i -.ii. '■ ".''■■■' X y:7.y_ v-; X
I No. 313 J street, bet. Third and Fourth.
-- x ::*■■ -- ■ 7-x- y. ppypyy. -'.xy
" -■'• ' -"" " , ■"■'' ". -■■'.' '-■ . . ■ . .7. -.--
-' --. -X. ■■■:■ ■-■:• dl-Splm' r-
-1 . „ .-", „-.-■. yyyy:
TAKE HOTIOE— JUST OUT I
'.. "" -'-- -'- -r-r---"'- -"'•"- ■: y . ,\r ■„ .-y-^ -r r:
OUR WINTER,' SUOAR-CURED : HAMS (EU-
re V 4 \ which made an immense sensation lart
ear on account of their superior quality. %We also
; caT your attention to our fresh Lard, made expressly
i lor family usa. « ReBPeCtXUUT, —B * TOERK. y
' ;- dU Splm yy yy, ■-._ 3iy ; M °HB * TOEBK.
___________________________a________mmrmmmmmmmmmm^^ I
r-r MISCELLANEOUS.
." ~. ~ : ~ ; : ~ ; ;
;.'-.. ■ .._' .■:'■ i ':.X... . 2 U.J.. . '■..■■.
x- - ..:■ '. ... .-■ ■ ■ ■■ yy
Christmas is Coming I
_. -.; " '
Toys!"
, I II y JS I
Toys
Toys !
— ASD —
'?:yi'y' y ."■'...' i. ' y.yy.
Fancy Goods ! !
'xi "■ p"2'2i{ ' \ ■ -'i*< V ~: >;^' -'- --- ,
COMPLETE ...ASSORTMENT .
AT DALE & CO.'S,
J st., bet. Sixth and Seventh, Sacramento.
.. . d2-3plm ,. — :-■■ — -~.
:.■■■'■-■■■■■. . -■ - .- nX. ii 2 ■ ■:... ■-
■ -- ' ' 'i : s>a' "'222- ■ "Hi'
s. aoL._DM_A_.isr,
* " W3OLXSALX AND RETAIL
Gr 3R» ■ O" "Oa 3E3 _WL ,
Northwest cor. Second and J streets.
1 T" 1 " n " ■ *
- ALL Ir.MIiOIS OF ,*'r-^-^* " : ?~ "'
<y -.-i . *. .r^'.-^r*^ ■ . , '^-'-fx
Choice, Fancy and Staple Groceries, ;
:" — — rou tvb — -P'ryy _fa ir
:■ :■' •':.;-•-,.:-- y >■■""- , -
81X11 as:
Atwood's Plnm Pudding, "^^*
Atwood's Mince Ment, ""V.t ~ TTI
Killer's Apple Batter, y y. > vl . i f£JLC3 fc
A *©x choice Fine Tea (fancy boxes), ...._-.-
-llravant. sardellew and Extra Preserved
; Meats and Frntts, , „ r
Can find them at the LOWEST MARKET PRICES,
i.»l at my store. " ■■■-: ,
-tT Orders • from : the 'i country solicited and
promptly filled. I ,:~yX ..*x« .- - d!6-Bplm _-
---■r -,:. ; .- ... ;■:;.;; y :-^y
'■■■■■ ■".-■- ■ ' iiii
.......... . , ............. -■ ■ . — .
.- -rr.-..;, <■'.-.
X 2. ;- ■ - ■.....-' '■.':■■ y 'ri-
p .. ■■-■■.-., ;■ '*■■•■., 'y2'ir* 'yyi'-'- '.
tr FIFTEEN SECOND-HAND
BEDROOM SETS, from $20 up, for
■ale at SHERBURN & SMITH'S, No.
323 street
01-tl
Eeceived First Premium State Fair.
' Wiy, 2 PRIOES REDUOEDI {j \jyyy
GALVANIC i MEDICAL BELTS, NEW STYLE,
I (10. k Galvanic Medical I Belts, | extra - appli-
ances, ?IS. Galvanic Medical Belts, 9 improve-
. ments, *20. Guaranteed | one year. - BI>T IN
: TMK WOULD. Will positively cure without
■ medicine Rheumatism, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Piles,
, Kidney, Liver, Spinal Diseases, lmpotency. Rupture,
r Ague, Nervousness, Dyspepsia, and other Ph eases o j
either I sex. ■ HORSE * WEST ELECTROMAG-
■ NETIC BELT CO., 7t» Market street, San Frandsco
bss^^^^."': oJMpBm-tawtaSW
BLACKSMITH^ SUPPLIES I
. te .'.-.. ,rr*:jrrr- . ■ i: ,7__-'<.-a-. -y.,-.
f«K___M____-__-______m____M-_______M___-______J^ -_______B__r .'
' -
Fall line Blacksmiths' Snpplles, includ-
tag r. WEIGHT'S -: : v ;■ y
Anvils 'i and I Vises.
KINSLEY; CONCORD I AND HALF-PATENT AXLES ;
ST OU-TEHPF.BER. SIDE AND END TO
, V yp: rT^X^^SSSisSS^^^y'i". »> y'ix
SFB.J- -BSr €3-23 .
— — ' ■ ■ . '". ...• >■
'■■ --•-.;. PERKINS' AND BURDON'S - -. r- -—'
HORSE MD MULE SHOES.
tT STAR, GLOBE AND PUTNAM HORSE NAILS.
CUMBERLAND COAL!
. .-■--. . -.-.. . - - --■ -... ....• -..-.■''
-.■— T-. -•-.■.
Iron and. Steel!
- '—-FOB SALS BT -'.''. ,"r* ,:",V>
HUHTINGTONHOPKIRS&CO;
. " IMPORIKIIS Or— —
J3CjaJKtI>XIE?--flL3K.__-,3__ , 27C3_.
j Nas. no to 828 X street, Sacramento.
JUNCTION BUSH AND MARKET STREETS, SAN
> , FRANCISCO. J.'.."
HOLIDAY-NOTICE.
MIRRORS,
Moidiiigs, Pictures, Frames,
■ ARTISTS' MATERIALS.
DURING THE MONTH OF DECEMBER OUR
PICTURE DEPARTMENT viS be kept open
Evenings until 8 o'clock. iy'iXi '„-■ • : 7
; RECEIVED TO- AY ■
A nice assortment cl _
IP /*. -ga-S^-gg. 3-»__« _r^£_3BCJ_EJ_B,
CHRISTMAS CARDS,
AND
PRANG'S LATEST NOVELTIES
CHROMO LITHOGRAPH !
tT FRAMES MADE TO ORDER. "SI fiy?.
' P.i •"." .. '.'■■. .' -'■■•:■ Pr.-- ';.-_ '■.'-
-■y.y,:, -—...---; --■,"- ; ■■--
•y-yy-Pxx X-'xiy. y-yy-y 2' ■ .
WHITTIER; FULLER & CO.,
Xos. 10*^0 and 102 a.... .: Second Btreet.
i | n____¥SSnn____tSL - I "
...-•+- , — — ■ : — „...,'
NEW GOODS!
Atmore's Mince Meat,
' Star ToVacco, ' •■ . v ' .-/;,
Choice Raisins,' iP'pi. : : V' "■'-',
Finest Key West Cigars,
Bonanza Oysters (Is and 2s),
Winslow's Corn, - ~:
Charm of the West Piss Cut Tobacco,
Mocha Coffee,
New I_.Jg_.orn Citron,
Fresh Lemon Peel,
Playing Cards and Writing Paper,
: Deep Sea Mackerel (5 lb tins),
i , tT ALL NEW, BRIGHT GOODS. TO
OUR BONANZA OYSTERS
ABE l'\lll»\li:».
Adams, McNeill & Co.,
J WHOLESALE GUOIEKS. ; J -";.'
WHOLESALE GROCERS !
.2..: "::. v "~~ "'■:;:'■:■:';■„■;■::
NEW ALL-RAIL GOODS 1
;: GOLDSN'DP.IPS SYRUP, ■'■'. -yd-
• (Bbl?, halves, kegs and tins )'
CLOUGH'S HAMS AND BACON, ;
STEELE & PRICE'S BAKING POWbERS,
' WINSLOWS GREEN CORN, .
YARMOUTH BLOATERS,
PEWS' MACKEREL (4 and 5 tt. tins),
EASTERN CODFISH,
- EAGLE CONDENSED MILK.
SEASONABLE GOODS
.; NEW LEGHORN CITRON, y
NEW ZANTE CURRANTS,
NEW TURKISH PRUNES, ":i. ..:
FRESH APPLE AND PLUM BUTTER, ~
; RUTTER'S CALIFORNIA RAISINS, : "
i DILLON'S CALIFORNIA RAISINS. -
Vermont Maple Syrup,
.? At Agent*' Rates.
- . r- ,- , - . .• 7 , ... . .
LINDLEY & CO.,
i xn-C-E*^xe.r_7jß._Ee,s_.
TO HOLIDAY SMOKERS !
7 111 PORTER AND WIIOLBSALR dealer is ? ,'y
CIGARB, TOBACCO. PIPES. ETC., ETC..
No. 229 X street, near Third. -" '2yy
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE INVOICE OF THE
following IMPORTED CIGAR- of the 1880
Crop: La Carolina Regalia tie California, 100s;
Henry Clay, Reina Victoria (extra fine), lOOs ; Villar
y Villar, Reina Victoria, 100s; Antone F. Marias
Reina Victoria, 100s ; La Comercial, Non Hus Ultra,
50s ; Comercial, Elegantes, 60s ; Villar, Rothchild,
60s; Blossom de Tobacco, Ele^artes, 60s; Flor de
Cuba, Delicoesos, 60s ; La Florde F. t'abal, Bouquet,
60s; La Flor de Cubana, Non Plus Ultra, 60s ; La
HermandaJ, Regalia Non Plus,* BOt ; 1I a Carolina,
Regalia de Paris, 60s; La Flor de F. Cabal, Regalia
de Chica, 60s ; Antone de F. Murias, RegalU Reina
Chica, 100s; La Comercial Rtgalia Reina Chica,
100s ; La Granadina Princessa, | IOCS ; La Gloria
Coqueta, 100s; La Venus, Concha Fins, KOs; La
MonUnesa, Alfred de Rothchild, 265; Industria y
Comercio, Kegalia de Chica, 60s; La fcleoion,
Concha, 50s ; La Flor de Jose, G. Pumariega Concha,
100 a; L» Corona Concha, ', San I Domingo Tobacco,
100s ; La Estanila i Concha, , 60s ; Manuel , Garcia
Concha, San Domingo Tobacco, 100s; Tbe Medal
Award, Reina I Victoria, 100s; La Comercial, fcle-
' ■'antes, 255. - Also, a line lo" of Meerschaum Pipes. X
- .-.:: ■■ .«. ii :.-■■-_ \■ -» -■■ d22-3plm xy yyy- '~™- .■■ -•: .-■•
BELL & KOLLIKER,
: 2y :Dlt ' l °[ 4 *!?" ,3 » ''..-
COBWEB BHTH AND J STREETS.
; Just Received for tie Holidays
: FINE TOILET SETS, : FINE CASES PER- Q
' fi fumerv, Lubin's, Palm, r's, Atkinson's #W»
and Fellow's GENUINE EXTRACTS. \S[
——ALIO —
; «■ CHOICE EOT OP FANCY ARTICLES.
dT-3plm
O FFICE O F
James I. Felter & Co.,
Importers and Jobbers in Wines and Liquors,
Orleans Building, 1016 and 1018 Second st., bet. J and X, Sacramento.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO THE TRADE :
We desire to offer to our Customers an Frieuda ' thanks for the liberal patronage
extended to us during the past year, »
And Solicit a Continuance for 1881.
With our increased facilities for the transaction our "SPECIALTY,"
THE WHISKEY BUSINESS,
By reason of our connection in Kentucky, 'we shall be able, in the future, to offer extra-
ordinary inducements :to ■ purchaser*. „ We shall also . keep a . full and complete . line of
COGNACS, WINES, and other IMPORTED GOODS in our store, and wishing all " A.
MEKRY CHRISTMAS ; : AND TA. HAPPY. AND ■ PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR l" •
: : 7yyi.y'y?e'~iut!, yours respectfully, : : ? '-- JAMES I. FELTER & CO. * :
CARPET AND FURNITURE HOUSE
. .. No. 411 X Street, between Fourth and Fifth. : _V
tr FIXE ■ UMTTKE. WITH a I ILL link of } C ABPETS. ETC. -si y dIS-Spl p.
If You Wish to Make a Nice Present,
tf dBOSTOIST CALL AT THE STOEE,f
9f BOSTON DRXJO STORE,!
COB.VER THIKD AXD J 5TREET5...... .".. ......■...;.......'............. * « It ; IHENTO,
'PPix :.'.*;•: AND' SEE MY .VARIETY; OF .TOILET ARTICLES. d2-3plm
' - ' ' "" ...'.-. -_ '
|214 J Street. 214g
1 S. B. RIDCWAY, APOTHECARY AND PHARMACIST,
DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, TRUSSES,' CIIEST PROTECTORS, SHOULDER BRACES, ETC.
A Few of those Handsome Horn Comb and Brash Sets. Toilet Articles In Urrat .
Variety. . _ d7-Splm
W. R. STRONG & CO.,
- WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Fruits, Nuts, Seeds, Honey and General Produce,
NOS. C, 8 AND 10 J STBEET, BACBAMESTO.
TO SEED DEALERS AND AGRICULTURISTS:
. /MA__ YOUR ATTENTION IS INVITED TO OUR LARGE AND FRESH IMPORTATIONS OF -
#YOUR ATTENTION IS INVITED TO OUR LAROE AND FRESH IMPORTATIONS OF
dJEPB-Pfg- of the 7rowlh of 18S0. We claim to bave the GREATE:_T4X.g&
*ȤP VARIETY aud MU.-T CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK in this State, and at ITlccs^W^P
_gSrJ to Defy Competition. • —'■■ ■: - . tf^ .
tr GARDEN, FLOWER, FIELD AND TREE SEEDS. "l
ALFALFA and all descriptions of CLOVEB and CBAgS SEEDS, TOP OXIOWS, etc.,
a specialty.' - SEEDS for the Retail Trade, in neat packages, at one-hall the rates of thoee sent out
by Commission Houses, and always PURE AND RELIABLE ... - . d9-3ptf
JOHN BREUNER,
r iy2y/2yyy^ypy-- : , v "\. .;.'..-.:: ." ..""i-x-- ymM
No?. 604, 606 and . 608 X street.
' :-. ; ". •- -'.'..- p.-y
- — — — — — ■ — ..
THE FURNITURE HOUSE OF SICRAMiiXTO.
Tiie Largest Variety
OF
HOLIDAY GOODS!
Chairs,
Rockers,
Tables,
_and_ * Desks,
FINE FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS!
THE LOWEST PRICES FOR THE BEST GOODS!
■„„,_.„u„.,:! !. : " 22y
THE ONLY PERFECT BED LOUNGES!
- ■■■"•.'".. , ■ - ' -■■' •■■ -"■ dlg-3ptf ■ . . '. . - -
George W. Chesley,
No. 51 Front street, Sacramento.
RECEIVED AND- IN STOCK, . CAR-LOAD OF
WHiTtAKER'S STAR HAMS (Covered and Uncovered).
TOR DELICACY OF FLAVOR THEY. ARE UNRIVALED.
Crystal Drips and Maple Syrup. | Newfoundland - Codfish (very fine).
FIRKIN AND FRESH ROLL BUTTER (Coast Made).
X. X QUO 3EB. S
it3-(FOR .MEDICINAL PURPOSES):^*
ROCK AND RYE (CIIFSLEVS CEMIXE) CHESLEVS
PEACH A»U 1H15kY.... .....: •••••• SSSfJSRH
PUKE » KIE WHISKY..... « HE»l».l'S
run; «M» ic<n'«r.o.\ WBISBT :..; JSSHfIS
FUKVCII BK4SDT l.'.'.tr'J'M.S
B.LACBBVBBV 8U_4M»T. :..... __,-• v •• • M!t!Hls
riME AM» OLD PORT WISE tULoLEI**
The Medical Ftcuity arc dtily prescribing for the above poods from try well selected stock.
m A full stock of all the Favorite Brands of CHAMPAGNES, WINEP, Etc,
APPROPRIATE FOR THE HOLIDAYS. :^ d2£3plm
■ ■ . . : _-.-
- HOSPITAL SUPPLIES. "WINE PUMPS.
IN PURSUANCE OF THE THI xTT-SECO>-D v . ". . ".. : ><_^' c
section ot an Act ent tied "An Act providing f.jr -_- i GHTnA Li.'s PATENT— BEST IN USE.
the government ff the county of Sacramento, ap- I . { ac ur ed by v '*■■' -■■■- ■■xy -■■..-
proved April 25, 1868, scaled proposals will he re- -" KEYSTONE PUMP WORKS,
ceived by the Biord of Supervisors of said county (lg 3p2m 420 Fourth street, San Francisco,
up to 11 o'clock A. m., •>-.'. — ;
January 6 1881 SWEETSER & ALSIP
JANUARY tJ, laei. REAI ESTATE A|(D |NSORAHCE AGENT
For fumishingsupplics to the COUNTY HOSPITAL 'otarj and ComilMl»nw of Deeds.
of the county of saeramento. State of tW''"™ 1 *. '■>' Real EsUte Bought and Sold on Commit _. P-
theterm of three months^commencing JANLARY "^Houses rented and renUcolicct«-d."» V."
0, 1881, and ending April 6, ISsl. ...... """ -- ■■ - - ■
Agent* for the following Insurance CompanUg :
tT List of articles to teHupplicl can be seen oi. 1 """"""" | [[[•"% ton
application at the office of the County Clerk. KoStttkrv' '" -•'••••••••••• "it J"™;"" -
All bids to be left wi.h tbe County Clerk. - »«|™ 555.....:.... of Urom™
I The Board reserves theright to re!e-!t any or »,1 <*UEEN i Lo^TSt d
bids THOMAS H. BERK EY, Clerk ■ NORTH BRITISH AHDMERCANTILE i £,' „£? ™L a
lecmber 27,1880. -> ' dg 101 NA ........ ; ..;.. ; . .....„.. of nAtort^Sft
7 'i_2'yy- J ''' _,-__,__ nnt-ra Afflpreeate Capital, UMIMM.
• i_*t(^^'^i%i_____ : ' V FIRST PRIZE /y No. 47 Fourth street, between J and If, Sac-
ttfpKifoSno^^k. C_TATE FAIR AND MR- rtm»nto corrrr of the alley d-iS-lptl
c .: Ill*', I?- «Bo Dies' Institute Fair,
ffe^t^^jra^jed totheCALIFORNIA 1 • SS7SSS JSTTTTS"^^ y
N&SF_PT3jgi? ELASTIC TRUSS, for the best J, FRAN OLARIC
—-^yia[m"R Truss ever invented. Addrees
cam/ c- Till or call at the CALIFORNIA TTJ_TT____>_gl'_g^ *_t*A **. Him,
aINLLt. . tAjf ■:•^^ ELASTIC TRUSS - COM- .— „• „-.-—. ....... .7 VT-m .%
PANT 70S Market street, San Francisco. ' ■_ ; ■•. MM F«*rth at., feat. JMMR, '■
tr BEWARE of QUACK "DOCTORS" SELL- kiinjf , oo^pj^, jto^ „ m/tn ~tmt*i
INO WORTHLESS TRUSSES, claiming to cure onUrs rsoslrs prog trt at'.aa'ioa tnytSSy
Rupture in 30 to 90 days. . . »a««-_M-__-_____________________««_B_iilflfci
rr : - - 029-Sp3m&sw3EiSW -. ■■ .■■■■■■■.■■■- .-.."■■■- - ■.. ■■■:•..■ :.-■ v ■-■ ■.--■■■ ..---- ■-■■...■ r.- ..-■■
aM^ aa^^ a^Bi____--_---_-------------M------------________a I
FOR SUBSTANTIAL HOLIDAY PRESENTS^
OO TO
_____.-'- '■ .______. ■_____■ '"'am _#% ; ''''" __««_■ - ;
S. J. Nathan & Co. y
Nos. 301, 303 and 305 X St., northeast cor. Third,
WHERE YOU WILL FIND THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
LATEST STYLE OVERCOATS, UIOTEES ABD SUITS,
BOTH FOR MEN AND BOYS, ALL MADE EXPEESSLY FOR US IN OUR NEW YORK FACTORY.
ALSO, .A ■ 1.184.X VAKIETY OF
- : r. ■■- .: ...'.' . • -7 v. :■■-.:■ .-■...:- .-■: -. r.y XX' :■-.■.-:.-■-■ . .
GENTLEMEN'S NECKWEAR, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS,
BlZ__- XMEXraE^XaXIXCS, ETC. fiy
Fine Assortment of TRAVELING BAGS and TRUNKS.
ALL SUITABLE FOX :noi.IOAT;PBESEJfT«, ,' '.»e-»l'
jjffj^/S^ Remember tbe Address, as the House has no connection
§M*S, with any other House Bearing onr Name :
S. J. 3STA.TIiA.ISr <fe CO.,
Nos. - 301, 1 303 ; and ; 305 X street, northeast cor. Third, Sacramento.
2tT oiwaa '\222i_w__vy TBE !^corahii" ?I pkoStotl "ATJODEii TO. "O

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