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'/ E8 ii\ _ NOTEMBERIO, 18S5
All Obserratlons Taken on the 75th Meri
dian (Eastern) Time.
eiONii. Offick, C. S. Army )
Sacramento, November 9, 1855 f
19 p. ■x. (Eastern time), 7Sta meridian ■ 7 p 'i
(Paciiic time), laoth meridian. .<«-.*.
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Otrmpla.H9.W K07J46 -UCalmO M Cloudy
Bp. Falls... !29.!M +.01(47 |-X B.W. It .OllCloudy
Dayton b».M 00 46 ■_• S. !- . It .tßiFalr
Portland..-- iie| —a N.W.It "is Fair '"
fiwebuiy. 2-...VT ■ 0348 -5 L. It .!'J I.t rain
Bed Bluff. :*j.9B -.03-52 -:; N.W.i'.' ja U.'rain
Sac£ p».97 .00(55 -9 *M. 6 «pn Ltirata
San Frau.. J'.'.'C -.01158-6 W. It .]•> I.t.raln
Keeler ..... y, 26 -.( 61 68. E. 16 Clear
B. L. Obin. 29.94 ...,;,-, __» w. j t ,
L.Angl«._ 29.97 .0059 fl'CalmO Foggy
fe- Difcgo ..|2!<.l'7 .'/■i.Vj -L- N.W.It. Cloudy
Maximom temperatnre. i'.«.O ; minimum tem
fwntture, M.7. JAMES A. BAKWICK,
Sergeant, i-i^nal Corps. U. .s. A.
CUmie Opera House— " U--! Aatnv" to-nieht
M''ir.>jioliiiin Theater — bpanisb Students
Occidental Encampment — To-!»igbt
Concord i>.>ii; ( To niKlit.
J'ii' [flc Encampment— To-nljiit.
oiiv. : ening.
Hell A Co.— lo a. m. to-morrow, horse, buggies,
!!•■. &■ o. Thur-.,iay. real estate
Receiver"! iale— lo a. m. to-day.
Red House- Heavy ovenhirta
II tie Broa. A Co. - bresa .■■•!
weinstock .\: Lubln— We can and do
situation wanted- By ■ lady
md-hand hack for
M( Creary'i nil roller Boui ahead.
' ' urred a: Hon. R. I>.
Stephen's ranch, near Mayhews', about :;
°' clol lay morning, by which
Samuel West, a y< ung man about 20 •■-. ,ir~
of age, who had been working for Mr.
Stephens forab .tit eight months, was shot
and killed by a fellow employe, a young
man named John J. Hinters. with whom he
wa in he most friendly terms. It appears
thai ci is are numerous on the ranch, and
have caused considerable annoyance. Fre
quently thi after and" treed them,
and tie men would leave their beds t i
Shoot the cunning thieves. The testi
<mony given by .Mr. Hinters, at the inquest
-oner riarl: yesterday afternoon
uto this effect: Aboul ■'; \. k. he heard the
dog barking, and, supposing there waa a
coon in tin brush, aroused West and re
quested bin to go along with him
and hold the light While he (Hin
shot the animal. West agreed
and they *a!lUd forth. When thej
the brush, the coon broke away, followed
by the dog, and ran to another piece oi
brush. '!:..- men went after him. and Hint
ers, coi -Jn-r his gun, went into the brush,
with his gun in one band and a torch in
the other. West remaining outside. The
coon ran again, and Hinters, n,,t being able
to pass through the brush the same way
on went turned about, intending to
go outaid< and pass around. He had taken
p when, through some accident
which be cannot explain, the gun was ilis
oharged. West uttered a cry, showing that
he was hurt, and Hinters. throwing down
the gun, ran to him ;::•-! asked, "Sam,
ore you hit?" "In the side," was
the reply. Hinters esked him if be could
walk to the bouse, and on his replying that
'»c d. eve lie could, Hinters said
-.ill! carry him. He had just got him
in his anus, when the unfortunate man's
H:ul<- ■•■ '■ and by the way he fell upon
his co itter 1.-lt confidi nt that
he was lead. He laid him down gently,
ran to the house and summoned assistance,
but wb< .-. they returned :■• where W
lying it was found that life was extinct.
Hinter* came to the city andinformed the
•ities, and the Coroner took charge of
i he jury impaneled by him re
• rdict that the death was acci
dental,and ( lonerated Hinters from b
The .... <, was found
the deceased i:i the right
side, extending from the '.op of the chest
to Uie waist, he having been about thirty
[inters when the -.-';: ii went oil',
v.i- a narrow path into the brush,
h Hinters i\ is comine on:, an i
tood at the end of it. A foot or two
would have saved his life.
owing to the thickness of the brush. Mr.
peaks highly of both men, they
being faithful employes, honest and indus
trious. Hinters is greatly distressed over
the a. .-Mr:;!.
In< orpobatkd. Articles of incorporation
n Sled in theoffice of the Secretary
of State of the Southern California Lumber
< iompany, to carry on a genera! lumbering
business. Principal place of business, S;m
Francisco. Directors, Joseph Knowland,
C. C. Stevenson. Jr., W. s. Wheatley, Jas.
M. Haven and Arthur K. Low. Capital
000, divi led into 1,000 shares ;
stock subscribed, 175,000 \lso, of the
Vosemite Queen Gold, Silver and Lead
Mining Company, to carry on the business
of mining for gold, silver, lead an<l
- in Mount RavmqndMiaing District,
Fresno county, California, Principal place
ol business, San Francisco, Directors.
• Roy, M. San Pedro, E. Derbec, L.
I tre, P. G. Somps. Capital stock >i:>
--000,000, of which $2,500 is subscribed by
the 0 . ors ..Also, of the College of
Physicians and Surgeons of California, to
provid e ol Learning f.>r male and
female students desirous of following a
theoretical and practfcal course of studies,
lectures and instructions in any oral! of
the di aches and departments of
medicine, surgery, pharmacy and litera
ture. The course to include Electro-Thera
peutics, Psychology and the Physical
Sciences. The college i- also to beadis
ry for the treatment of the poor. The
priacipa] business is to be transacted and
the college located in San Francisco. The
es are Walter J. Hadden, President;
Robert Brown, Wm. McKenzie, J. W. Jen
ningsandl lias. 1!. Robinson. The latter
has been elected Secretan and Treasurer.
Amount subscribed for its establishment
Baswick'g Kepokt.— The rainfall at Bed
Bluff since 4 o'clock Sunday morning, ac
-3 ■ 8< r\ i c reports up to
i o'clock last night, m cl ie s. Pur
ing the same time at Sacramento the rain
fall was inappreciable in the rain-gauge.
The barometer along the Pacific Blope last
evening at 7 o'clock was falling in Cali
fornia and rising north of this State, accom
panied by a falling temperature, it being
from 2 to fl coldec than the twefity-four
hours preceding. The wind is generally
f:-..m some westerly quarter, and light to
gentle in velocity, the weather was light
tain In < entral and northern California and
southern Oregon : clear at Los Angeles and
San Diego, and fair to cloudy in northern
n and Washington Territory. The
rainfall at this point during the storm is
2.12 inches-, and 2.22 ind-.es !.>r tlie season.
.::ist 2.61 inches last year.
I'om.k Cocxr.— ln the Police Court yes
t r lay the case of James Young, charged
with committing a battery upon Mrs. p. T.
Burke, was continued until Friday, win v
Mrs. Burke, who was confined to her bed
yOßterday, will, it is hoped, be well enough
to appear as ■ witness Josephine Ma
chardo's case of disturbing the peace wei.l
over until to-ruorrow Wong You and
Charley Jim were convicted of disturbing
the peace The former was fined $7 r>oand
the latier $3 5d The case of J. S. Bun
dok, charged with murder in killing young
nan several weeks ago, came up. but
antinued in order Quit the Grand
Jury might act upon it The case of <■
C. Bennett, accused of disturbing the peace,
was continued until to-day.
ChAOT.W Robik, No. 7O3 J street, will,dur
ing this week, continue to sell boys' suits
a: fifty cents on the dollar. One hundred
and twenty ,-uits to be closed out. *
A imrr.LE ba cheap at L. X..
Hammer's music s - . ; .r.-. B2OJ street. •
Ahothxb invoice Beth-colored lace just
opened at Halo Bros. *
A (ft: the ladies' merino vests. 50 cents
acH Hale Bros. •
Koran goods in every line and lowest
prices. Hale Bros *
Better values and more of them than
ever. Hale Bros. *
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
Walks in the Plaza to be Paved-Bond
Suits— The Drainage Ouestlon.
The City Board of Trustees met in regu
lar session at 10 a. m. yesterday, all tke
Bids were opened tor the construction of
artificial stone walks in the Plaza. The
amount necessary to be laid is about 4,000
square feet. The bidders were as follows :
M. P. Perine, 11 cents per square foot ; A.
McFadden, 141 cents ; John McC.ilory, 12
cents: George P. Miller, 15 cents. The
lowest bid would amount to about $440, the
highest &'i>M. Mayor Brown stated that
he had received a< communication
from the California Artificial Stone
Pavement Company, of San Francisco,
stating that all parties who wen- doing that
kind of work in this city infringed upon
patents held by them, and if the dry en
tered into a contract for the work with
local contractors suit would immediately
be commenced against the city. He saiil
he should not be willing to enter into
any contract unless the contractor would
execute a pood and sufficient bond to pro
tect the <ity :i_'uin<<t such litigation. The
bidders were all present, and each said he
would protect the city i" case legal pro
ceedings were commenced. Mr. McGiiorv
said he had done a larire amount of that
work in this city, and had never been mo
tested, lie did" not think the California
Company would take any action in this
case. Mr. Miller said he was not so sure
about that He had been put toovers:S.iu
expenses by them, but had now learned
how to avoid infringing. He would lay
the walk in square blocks instead of in one
piece and marking it. and in that way he
w:us entirely protected.
A.. Haskins appeared before the Board,
and Baid he would lay all the walks with
Paris malleable stone for ten cents a foot
and wait live years for Ilis pay, and if it
did not give satisfaction at the end of that
time he would donate it to the city. He
referred the Trustees to work he had done
at is. K. Crocker's ]>!.:■■<•. saying thai it
would Dot wear out and that ion-ton
trucks could not injure it in the least. He
-ai-i the r< ason he did Dot put i;; a bid was
becajue his was not the kind of stone called
for in the specifications. He asked the Hoard
todefer action fora few days until they could
have an opportunity of examining the
sidewalk he is now laying around the old
pavilion, at Sixth and M streets. Hedaims
that his was the best pavement known, and
could be put upon the streets for less than
the cost of either gravel or cobble, and it
was better iv every respect to the asphal
tuni or Santa Cruz pavement lately put
down on .1 street. !!<• said he had come to
Sacramento to stay, bad located his factory
at Sixth and R streets, and expected to do
all the paving that isdi.no on Sacramento
streets in the future.
After considerable discussion between
the Trustees and bidders, one of the latter
said he thought he could lay a good,
serviceable walk for seven cents per foot.
Another remarked that he could do the
same for five cents. Mr. Haskins said it
trade was aJittle better be would make a
present of it to the city, and he did not
know I nit he would do SO anyhow. He
would think seriously of the matter.
The Trustees said they thought it would
be well to defer action until the next meet
ing, and it was so ordered.
P. McHale, one oi the street sprinklers,
put in a bill for $-■">«, which lie claimed was
the balance due him according to contract
The Street Commissioner stated that Mr.
Mi-Male bad failed to sprinkle the streets
according to specifications, and he had been
forced to send another sprinkling wagon
over his route. Mr. Grifh'ths, who did the'
extra work, said that Mr. McHale, or his
employes, bad .-toned him and his horses.
The last time Grimtlis was sent there, Mc-
Hale threatened to shoot him if he came
again. The Street Commissioner objected
to the bill, and supplemented his remarks
by saying "he ought to have been docked
$200, by rights." The bill was unanimously
A communication was read from the
Police Commissioners asking that the
police force be increased. The Mayor said
the condition of that fund at present would
not admit of 'a. as it would likely run
several hundred dollars short ihis year, lie
said the matter had better conic up about
the time of the next tax levy.
August Heilbron came before the Board
and asked that the city water main be ex
tended to Twenty-ninth and P streets. It
a 1 present extends to a point aboul midway
between Twenty-seventh and Twenty
eighth on 1' street He also complained
that there was no drainage for that,
portion of the city, and citizens who
live and do business in that part of the
town suffer great inconvenience, and are
put to considerable expense in conse
quence. He slated that it cost his linn
from $30 to WO a month to carry oil' the
water used on their premises, tie asked
permission to connect with sewers leading
io the city, or with the drainage canal on
Thirty-first street. He said the latter
would be the most feasible. All solid mat
ter from their slaughterhouse was carted
off each day. and all that would be allowed
to go into the drain asked for was water
used in scrubbing the floors, which was not
in the least objectionable. He said for
them to be compelled to cart this water in
the winter season was very expensive, and
he thought permission should be granted.
Mr. Nielsen said that so much complaint
had been made the past season about the
foul matter deposited in the canal by the
winery and scheld's brewery, that the
former had been stopped from* connecting
with it. and Mr. Scheld had been notified
to construe! cesspools, so that no solid mat
ter could Bow into the canal. The canal
belongs to the city and county, and nothing
f< iul is allowed to enter it.
Engineer Bassett thought all the surplus
water could be got rid of by the use of sub
soil irrigation pipes. The pipes, by being
buried near the surface, and keeping the
ground cultivated and growing something
would take all the water ofi, and the ex
periment would be profitable.
Mr. Ileilbron said that plan would not
work in that locality, as there was tro arable
Boil, it all being bard pan.
Mr. Nielsen said he thought the plan
ed by the City Engineer would work
well 8l the brewery, as Mr. Scheld had a
block or two of ■_'■>! "I land.
The City Engineer said the Supervisors
were talking of connecting the County
Hospital with the canal. He thought there
would be no difficulty in th. ir getting rid
of 01 their drainage by subsoil pipes! It
would be less expensive, and eventually
prove a source of profit.
Mr. Heilbron suggested that the city place
a pipe in the canal some distance from the
bottom, in which all those places men
tioned could drain, and extend it beyond V
street. He was willing to pay part' of the
expense, and thought the brewery, county
and winery would contribute also toward it.
The question of drainage was referred to
the Street Commissioner, and the applica
tion for the extension of the water main
to Trustee Jones.
The Chief Engineer of the Water-works
reported that during the pa.st week the ma
chinery had been in operation 163 h.>urs
and 17,349,500 ga110ns of water pumped.
The I'ity Xreasorei made the following
On band September Ist 1382,761 55
Received during the mouth 6,171 '.»>
Paid out dating the month MM 92
Ha!ui:ve October Ist fttf.7,741 :.:;
Keceived during the month •JO.s-id V)
Paid out during the month n5,792 64
Bulanoe November Ist 5«9,774 79
Mr. Nielsen stated that lie ruet the Board
of Health on Saturday evening, and had
promised thai be would recommend the
payment of the amount doe Mr. Bassett as
Plumbing Inspector (S7O). to be paid out
of the general fund. The bill was allowed.
MlTfliimll said he thought it would take
him about live days each month to prop
erly attrnd the duties of that office, and his
charges would be $*> per day. He said lie
would like to have the Trustees visit a new
house on Fifth street, between 1' and Q.
and see what kind of plumbing had been
done. It was, he said, the most ridiculously
executed piece of work he ever saw. The
property belongs to Mr. Thompson, and
the work done by a linn who may be good
tinsmiths, but know nothing of plumbing.
Tin y are not plumbers, have not been reg
istered, and they will be prosecuted for it.
The Street Commissioner said he would
advertise for bids for the construction of
new sidewalks on V street, between Four
teenth and Sixteenth streets, and have the
same put down at the expense of the prop
erty. He said he was compelled to do Urn,
from the fact that the property-owners had
refused to construct them when ordered to
do so by the Hoard.
Notices of motion for a new trial, signed
by MoKune A Cieorge and City Attorney
Anderson, were tiled, in the case wherein
Judge McFarlar.d recently decided that
Treasurer Porter must pay out the $277. QC«>
that has been so long looked lip, in the
order in which the bonds and coupons wore ,
issued. The Trustees had previously noti
fied the City Attorney not to take steps for
a new trial or appeal. He replied that
Treasurer Porter had done so, and employed
Mekune <t George, on the ground of pro
tecting himself before paying out. The
Board has requested the Treasurer to appear
and tell why he opposes their wishes. Jf
the decision stands, the city will get $123
--000 of the $277,000 lor bonds and coupon's
in the hands of the Funded Debt Commis
After auditing a large number of bills ai-d
ordering them paid, the Board adjourned.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
Dr. C. A. jGosb has returned home much
improved in heahh.
Miss Katie Donahue, of Koseville, is
visiting Sacramento friends.
Henry Wachhorst came up from San
Francisco yesterday morning.
Sheriff Hopkins, of San Francisco, re
turned home from here yesterday.
Henry K. McLennan, of Chico. passed
through to San Francisco yesterday.
M. If. Drew and Revenue Collector Bar
nett left for San Francisco yesterday after
John Coleman. of Grass Valley, came
down yesterday, on his way to San Fran-
General Jo Hamilton, of Auburn, and
Hon. c \\\ Cress, of Nevada City, came to
Win. Land, proprietor of the Western
Hotel, purposes leaving on a pleasure trip
io the East and Europe next week.
Charles C. Barnes and family leave for
ilie Bast by the southern route this morn
ing, to be absent two or three months.
Dr. JI. Latham, who lias been doing
service for about a month as editor of the
Marysviile Appeal, lias returned to Sacra
Rev. W. C. Merrill left yesterday f.r
Martinez, to take part last evening iii the
installation of the new pastor of the Con
gregational Church of that place.
Robert A. Thompson, whose appoint
ment as Appraiser of Merchandise :it San
Francisco is announced by telegraph, is a
brother « >f Secretary of State Thomas 1..
J.ii-t evening the comrades of Uniformed
Degree Camp No. 7, 1. O. 0. F.. presented
their Commander, Benj. Leonard, with a
gold-headed cane, suitably inscribed, as an
earnest of their w»d wishes for himself
and his wife, and congratulations upon
their recent marriage. The presentation
speech was made by JMwaod Bruner, the
Ollicer of the Gnard.
Arrivals at the State House Hotel yester
day : P. E. Lovejoy, 1. N. Hyard, Chicago ,
George I-:. Church, Fresno ; Henry Miller,
John Roach, John Woods, Cosumnes;
Dexter Wilson, Florin; Walter Pierson,
Cosumnes; 1). K. Nape. Sun Fraiicisv i; D.
i>. Fountain, Routier's; Frank Mitchell,
Casper Mitchell, John Mitchell, Nicolaus;
It. Hates. Newcastle; ]>. Dennison, John
Phillips, Gait; K. Deal, Oregon; S. C.
Stewart and wife, Elk Grove; E. Booth
Roseville; J. M. Keefe, Frank Wright.
Folsorn; D. McLanahan, Franklin; Joe
Christman, city ; A. <;. Butler, Gait.
Arrivals at the Golden Eagle Hotel yes
terday : I. J. Hazen, Jos. Warner. Mo
desto; Julius Merzbach, San Francisco;
W. 1,. Howell. Stockton; J. 15. Hearsch,
Moille; 11. V, Heat-dan, Oroville: C.
W. Cross, Nevada City ; Jo Hamilton, Geo.
W. Hamilton, Auburn: M. 11. Myrick, Ban
Francisco; 8. B. McKee, Oakland; V. 8.
Hicks. H. ('. l-'inekler. .San Francisoo; D.
W.Jenks, Quincy; C. E. Coleman, Chicago;
Geo. M. Pond, San Francisco; S.W.Geis.
Modesto; Richard Payne, Colu&a; Mrs.
Jas. Smith, Missouri ; Mrs. Geo. Q. Stevens,
Vo'o county; ,!. E. Richardson, W. B.
Nutter. Stockton ; Chas. Babcock, Boston ;
Fred. Baruch, B.A. Barney. J. .1. Palmer
J. I>. Yost, S. H. Wade. VV. R. Phillips,
Julius Phillips, San Francisco; 11. De
Merrill. New York ; J. C. Siegfried. A la
meda; A. T. Corbus, Al Pierce. U. Pierce
San Francisco ; W. E. Turner, Modesto.
Cli-jtie Ofesa House.— "Led Astray"
was played last night. It was very hand
somely mounted and the costuming of the
ladies was especially attractive. Miss
Boyle, as Armande, essayed a pr.rt more
ilitlicult and of broader range than any
thing she has attempted here. It required
deeper analysis of the springs ol emotion
and more studied interpretative effort. The
lady acquitted herself well. She drew a
careful, feeling and natural picture of the
misunderstood, neglected and tempted
wife, but brave and patient woman,
waiting for time and love to vin
dicate her. Mr. Summers was very
happy as Hector, and gave an acceptable
interpretation of that character. Mr.
Montaerratt was very good as Rudolph,
reading the part with more of feeling than
any he has undertaken here. Mr. Vinton
as the tempter of Armande read ami acted
the part creditably, but dressed it badly.
The head-gear he assumed scarcely com
ported with his figure or the character of
l)e I.esparre. It would better have become
a buccaneer or a character of the Mirk
Turpin stripe. He can enhance the ell'eet
of his performance by a less piratical
make up. Miss Lizzie Francis sur
prised even her friends by the as
sumption of the difficult part of
Mathilde. It was a praiseworthy and
j romising effort. Mr. Sttuey was very l'o.ml
as Major ( »'Hara. Miss Mills, called tc the
part of Suaanne, found it to exceed her
powers, but is entitled to the credit of brav
ery in essaying it. and will on a second
night probably give it more warmth. Uut
the chief interest attaches to the characters
assumed by the three first named, and these
made the play successful. It is an ambi
tious effort, affords the auditor satisfactory
entertainment, and presents the sensational
drama well and in a manner to deserve the
patronage ••!" tin- public. It will certainly
draw wel! for the few days it is to run.
The same piece to-night.
A Spjecimex Letter.— John Talbot, ticket
agent of the railroad company in tkis city,
is constantly receiving letters of inquiry
from all portions of the State, some of
which are very ludicrous. The following
received by that gentleman on Saturday
frc.iu Redding is a fair sample : " Dear Sir:
Will you please Bend me- what a ticket will
cost from Sacramento to Edenwood, Barton
county, Kansas: Please let me know on
the return mail. Can you give me the
Dame oi any person there having poll par
rots i'<>r sale and how much they cost/ Can
you get a job of braking on the passenger
train? It don't make any difference which
road, [f you can J will he willing to pay
you for your trouble. Let me know by the
return mail, tir as soon as you can. Yours,
' •viuiATivi: l:\iNi\u.i.. — S. H. Gerrish
furnishes the following comparative state
ment of rainfall : The rainfall for this storm
to Monday morning is L 647 inches, making
a total for the Beason of 1.728 inches. In
1884 for that season to this date we had
.567 of an inch: in 1883 there had fallen
2.44^ inches; 1882,6.028 inches; 1881, .771
of an inch : 1880, a sprinkle: IS7'.», .720 of
an inch : 1878, .711 of an inch ; 1 ..sflO of
an inch: 1876,3.010 inches; 1875, .670 of
I.am) Patknts Issued.— The following
land patents were yesterday issued from
the Surveyor-Generals office and signed by
the Governor: Herbert Crouch, San Diego
county, .SO acres : Wm. 11. Prey, Xl Dorado,
80 acres: U. H. Barklage, Xl Dorado, 40
acres; I). 11. Evers, Yuba, HO acres; R.
Shipiey, Tulare, 1,120 acres; Wm. F. Hud
elson, Stanislaus, 54.50 acres: B. F. Wil
liams, Tulare, 471.46 acres: Charles Mc-
Alester, Humboldt, I*) acres.
BjacxtvJDt's S.m.k. — P. H. Bused, re
ceiver for the late firm of Casey it < .'ronan,
announces that he will sell the book ac
counts and bills receivable of the firm t>
the highest bidder, in front of the Court
house, at 10 a.m. to-day. The book ac
counts will be sold in a lump, and the
books delivered to the purchaser. Bills re
ceivable will be sold separately.
Bxuuveo Tim Phkmium —The commit
tee of flour experts, appointed by the State
Apricultural Society to pass upon the ex
hibits of Hour made at the State Fair.
bavejnst presented their report, awarding
the premium to C. McCreary & Co., of
this city, for the whitest and best flour.
Tuk cheapest, clearest and best beer on
the market is the Fredericksburg expoit.
B. \V. Chesley. sole a^c-nt. •
Hams, bacon and shoulders fre.-'a cured
in oar ice cellars, at reasonable rate*. Mohr
ft Yoerk. •
Largest line Oriental laro in this city.
Hale Bros. •"
Bf>t quality satin gros-grain ribhons.
Hale Bros. »
New destgna ladies' handkercliiefc. Hale
Bros. ______^ *
Dost buy until you gtt the price at Hale
Thb best $1 Jersey in the city. Hale
Bros. * •
Qualities up, prices down. Hale Bros.*
Tl c Grand Jury will be impaneltd in De
partment One of the Superior Court this
A! out 4 o'clock yesterday morning some
thief brokea large pane of plate-glass in the
front door of the I X L Store, and stole
about two dozen umbrellas, with which he
made '.''X/d his escape.
A party of gypsies have camped on the
side of the road at the junction of Fourth
and U streets, and are troublesome to the
neighbors because of their getting drunk
and using bad language.
The Patrick Sullivan contested will use
i.s drawing to a close in Department One of
the Superior Court. There was some talk
of a compromise yesterday afternoon, but
nothing appears to have eoiue of it.
These arrests were made yesterday : John
Corley, by officer Coffey anil Chief Jackson,
for lieing drunk ; — O'Biley, by officer
Sullivan, for being drunk; .Sing Toy and
Wan Toy, by officer Franks, for exhibiting.
The Sacramento river lias ri<en to eleven
feet four inches, and a large quantity of
drift wood was coming down stream yester
day. There will probably be a much great
er rise when the high water of the upper
Sacramento reaches here.
The water in the river has risen to such
an extent that a pood stream is running
into China slough through the drainage
pipe. It is the intention to let the pipe re
inuin open during the winter, so that the
water can run into the slough when the
river i.-s high ami out when it is low.
Owing t.i tin- derailing of the SoDtbern
overland train at San Pablo yesterday fore
noon, through the breaking* of a rail, the
track was obstructed to such an extent that
the trains from the Bay last evening were
behind fame in their arrival, the first Ret
ting in about 9:15, and the other at 9:45.
In the case oi Charles Sutro vs. Control
ler Dunn, in which a writ of mandate la
naked to compel defendant to draw bis war
rant in favor of the plaintiff for the pay
ment of certain Indian war bonds. Judge
McFarland yesterday overruled the demur
rer interposed, and set tin- case fur hearinc
on the 34th.
The hulk of the old steamer Neponsel
which has been lying near the mouth ot
the American river, was being removed on
Saturday to a location where it could be
safe when the river rose; but it <'ot
aground, and the horse that was used in an
effort to get it afloat pulled bo hard that
some oi the seams of the erafl opened and
ii filled with water. The probabilities now
arc that if it is not soon broken op for lire
wood the river will do the breaking.
The following is a list of the honorary
members of the public school at Clay in
this county (Miss Hattie V. Martin, teach
er), for the month ending October 30th :
EttaSteele, Genevieve Kolton. Myrtle Bol
ton, Nellie s ; . •<.!,.. Charlie Wilson. Jesse
Wilson. (ieor;;e Pixley. Curtis 13olton
Edith I'i.Nley and Daisy I'ixley. Those
deserving spetial mention fur deportment
are: Etta Bteele, Nellie Stecle, Mamie
Brenton, Genevieve ISolton and Charlie
A special train, consisting of a mail and
express car and a coai h. with two or three
cabooses, left yesterday for Redding, whore
it w:ll be used as a swing train between
that place and Delta during the winter,
connecting with the regular express, whirl!
will only run up as Ear as Redding. This
change has been made to- prevent tfic main
train froni being delayed as it was last Sun
day, by slides between Redding and Delta.
According to the reports of those who were
on the up-train Saturday night the storm
was terrific near Middle creek and above,
the rain coming down furiously, and the
loose Btones and gravel being at times
beaten down npon the track from the hill
side. It was determined to push for tunnel
No. 1. which is 1,900 feet long, and located
near where the slide occum a, in order that
the train might be sheltered, and the engi
neer made it, though he had to push
through loose earth- that had (alien near
the tunnel. The slide was fifteen feet wide
and about ten feet deep.
Tm: Tcbkb* Thikf. Fred Denny, who
was arrested on Sunday by officers Franks,
Coffeyand ]-!rissell, for stealing two wagoa
loada of turkeys from Gibson's ranch, about
20 miles frona Sacramento, and bringing
them tothecityand sellingthem, was taken
before Justice Henley yesterday afternoon to
respond on two charges w pi-tit lar
ceny, it being impossible to make
the charge grand larceny, as be
ha ! taken the turkeys on different days
—a wagon-load on Thursday, another <in
Saturday— and not enough were taken at
onetime to make the value $50. When
questioned bj the Justice as to his plea be
admitted thai he was guilty. Waiving
time, h<- >v.'s sentenced to 150 days in the
county jail one each charge, or a total of3oo
days. The prisoner is said to be a brother
nf Denny who was connected with Doheny
and others in burglaries and receiving
Btolen goods some months ago. He had
Men Mr. Gibson's turkeys often, having
been given by that gentleman permission
to drive through his premises, Denny being
at that time engaged in doing soiuehauf
ing for a neighbor. He saw that there was
a good chance to rtealthe fowls, and was
bo confident of success that he engaged to
sell them to dealers two days before he
stole them. It was his intention to steal
another wagon-load, and had engaged a
wagon in t iis city to pn after them, but Irs
arrest put an end to the enterprise. Mr.
Gibson wa . of course, entitled to his prop
erty when vcr he found it. but be did "the
square thing" by those who ha. l purchased
the turkeys in this city, agreeing to stand
one-half ol the loss with them.
Auction b ales.— Bell & Co. will sell at
auction to-ni >rrow at 10 a. m., sharp, at
their salesrooms, Nos. 1004 and li ii »; j
Btreet, horses buggies, wagons, etc. Also,
at J p. m., a large lot of furniture, beds, bed
ding, spring an.d top mattresses, extension
tables, carpets, chairs, etc The same
firm will sell on Thursday, at 10 a. m.. on
the premises of M. T. Kite, on the River-
Bide road, three miles below the city, ten
acres of kckxl farm or fruit land, with
bouse, burn anil other improvements:
thirteen Jersey cows, six heifers, from one
to two years old, tour calves, throe fine
heifers and one Jersey bull, twelve beef
yearlings ; a five-year-old Bavswater colt,
showing good action ; two Golddust colts,
three-years-old; twenty tons of hay. Cham
pion mower, plow, incubator, and acre of
cow beets. Terms, cash.
Mi:Ti'.'>iMi.iT.\N Thkatkb. — Commencing
next Thursday evening, and continuing
throughout the week, with a matinee on
Saturday, the celebrated Spanish students
will appear at the Metropolitan, in their
remarkable concerts, so modi praised by
musicians generally. They will be assisted
by Professor Dorrego, the guitarist well
known ami liked in Sacramento ; Charles
Preston and Walter Campbell. A feature
of the entertainments will be the Spanish
" fandango " in costume. The prices of
admission will be s<> cents and 35 cents.
Seats can be n served at Honghton's with
out extra charge.
The United States engineering party now
nuking a hydrographio survey of the Co
hiinbia river at Priest's rapids, will be
thcongb their labors about the LOth of next
Nevada comity, KoTember I— Wm. .'. Biggar to
Maggie M. Teass.
San Francisco, November 4— J. C. 1 avis to Eliza
N- ;ir Woodland, November 2— Henry W. Eich
ter to Annie M. Blickle.
Marysville, November C— Wife of J. L. Steward,
Hoare'i Station, Butte county, November I—
Wife of Ji :!'. D. Sivils, ii duughter.
Near Black's Station, solo county, November
3— Wife of A. F. Lincoln, adaugater.
Grand Island, L'olusa county, November J—
Wife ot Wm. I'aldwell. a sou.
Yrcka, November .">— Wife of Henry Kessler, a
Adin. Modoc county, November :;— Wife of T.
B. Cooper, a son.
Brighton, November 9— Samuel West, a native of
Vermont, and lately of Sacramento, 10 years
and 2 days. [Funeral notice hereafter.]
du'anville, November 2— Hattie E. Laugley. 9
years, 1 month and 2 1 ) days.
Adin, Modoc county. October :;i— Emma E.
Boflnger, 8 years, J months and i> day*.
A REMiRKJBLECDKE OF SCROFULA.
William S. Baker, of Lewis, Vcro County, 1n4.,
writes as follows: •■ My ton was taken with
Scrofula in the hip when only two years old.
We tried several physicians, but the boy got no
relief from their treatment. Noticing your
BOOVHI/a .-AH-APAr.!L!.A ANB F-TIL-
I.IMUA. OR BLOOD AND LIVER STROP,
recommDEd^d so h'ghly, I bought some of it of
you in the year l>-iJ, and continued taking It till
the sores Dually healed up. Ie is now Jl years
of age, and beiac satisfied that your medicine
did him so much good when he used it, we want
tv try again in another ca.«e, and write to you to
get some more. fe2l-isly*wly
*^ A^i ,4£ R1 1 ttj BM\ W 1
There are LOGICAL reasons why we should
be able to serve your wants in Clothing better than
other dealers, and therefore WE CAN AND DO !
A plain practical proof of this — although in
nowise better than scores of other values here is
a certain Business Suit at $14. The cloth is a soft,
all-wool material that not only looks well, but wears
well. The pattern is an almost invisible brown
stripe, especially becoming in sack suits of this
style. But one of the strong points about this
suit is that it is as good within as without, as a
look at the character of linings will show. In fact,
it is a suit showing at a glance careful work in every
detail. No wonder it is meeting with such ready
A good Percale Shirt at one dollar is certainly
an achievement. Open fronts with collars attached.
Quiet patterns but neat. Young men especially
will fancy these shirts.
More of those Ladies' Five-dollar Kid Button
Shoes lor four. A dollar is worth savino-.
BITS OF A DAINTY SORT.
A Budget of Stlections for the Quick Eyes of Lady Readers.
Things both New and Old
The St. Albert Kid Glove, 5-butlon, $r io. — Hand
crocheted Skirts, German yarn and in a nice
variety of colors, $2 50.— Scarlet- wool Un
derwear, knitted, 75 cents.— Linen Handker
chiefs, fancy hemstitched borders, 10 cents.—
Embroidery I loops, with rest, 40 cents ; straps,
10 cents. — Basting Cotton, 25 cents per
dozen. — Fine Cashmere Hose, 75 cents! —
Feather Trimming, 95 cents. — Linen Cape
Collars, 7^ cents; Cuffs, 10 cents.--East
man's Extracts, ounce bottles, 50 cents. — Su
perfine Notepaper, 24 sheets with Envelopes,
20 cents. — A French pieced corset, $1 50.
A STYLISH FABRIC.
Nothing describes that large family of new
stuffs called BoucU cloths, than the French term
itself, "curl of hair." But if the cute little ringlets
are a feature common to all these cloths, there is
certainly no lack of diversity either in the pattern
arrangements or colors, as a glance at our stock
Boucle Serges and Camels' Hairs', 95 cents, $1
$1 25. .
Pattern Suits, both in Imported Boucle: and Em
broide.-y Effects, $9 50 to $22 50.
Boucle Cloths, in handsome stripes and plaids
$1 80. $2 50.
Black Boucle Cloths, etc.
|f erasfoel |r j/abra.
400, 402. 404, 406, 408 X «f.. Sacra in ' to
S. A. Y/OLFE, Photographer,
SUTTKK BUILDING, Cor. fifth aod 3 Mh.,
Agent and Demonstrator for the
Instantaneous Dry Plates !
FELTER, SON & CO,
1010 ;md 1018 Baoood Bt., Sacramento,
I 3Vt I» O n T El "FL e»
Choice Cognacs, Gin,
Miucr.nl w aters !
N. B.— Xo charges for delivery to Railroad or
niiy part of the ciiy. " D6-3ptf
Atmore'i >'rw Ulnce Meat (5 lt>pai'.s;...?l mi
Ritter's New Apple Butter (69) paHs) '"<
New Citron (per ft) U
New Lemon Peel (per !hl 25
New Boltana Seedless Rai.-ins (per Ih) 20
Boiled Oder (per quart) 75
Cape Cod Cranberries (per gallon) T">
10-B) Box Choice Raising 1 l".
15}^ ths Golden C Sugar for 100
1 1 ! .j Ihs Extra Cflugar for l 00
13 Ids Dry Granulated Sugar for 1 in
16 ha Choice Dried Fig« l CO
•J-s Bars "Hotuekeeper Soap" l 00
16 Itis Dried Grapes 1 00
Hatf-gallonCanaStralnedi boice Honsr_ 55
Five Cant Atsorted Jellies or Jams f0r...l Oil
Four Bars Babhettt. Soup 25
Übbv, McNeill >v Übby's Corn Beei
(j b cans) 23
" I3is; Troo" Store,
Cor. Kight!i uml .1 >trt-ets. Dm 111 ■Mill 11 1 v
The Ori|;lnnl and Only Genuine.
p»f.- *ni Mm r^".i»: '-.'. Rrcarc of w unhli-M TmitA'lon-.
Ir.li.p-n.«>. .. LADIES. A.L i.ar l>ru at l.| tr
"4 hirh<-»lT )• hncM*h" Bad tak# n<> otht-r. or it.
:o m f<»r ;iarii.--_-ar in Irtter by rrtmrn tnr.U.
NAME PAPER. € :... •,. ••.t < t-. ,i. „: <>„..
ail" .Mu.ll«-m «,,n»re, I'hllu.'.u., fa.
Sold by lirtagfi.U <vcrj » here. '. k tr -I l.i.h •..
lir"« En»lUh" I'rnnyroyul IMll^ Tai -no . tl.. r.
Graduate of the OoOege ot Mi s'.c, Cinclmia:!,
■RILL OIVE I>«TBVCTICS IS
"^T o o .-i X Culture.
Eesideiice. 1424 X mreet. trTTltpiTn
MtTEPHY & O'JIARA, FORMERLY OF THE
Mode! saloon, have removed to
507 X street, hrtwren fifth and Sixth.
Fine Beer. Wines, Liquors aniCigßrson han
Give us a call. oIT-lpiia
A. LEONARD 1 SON,
No. 1014 FOUB.TH STEEET,
OFFF.:: 108 SALE A
J3 IP Xj 3EI 3ST 30133
AT A SACRIFICE.
TT CONSISTS OF 15 ACRES VIXKYARI). OR-
J. chard and Garden; 40 acres Alfalfe Land;
100 acres have been in Grain: acres Pasture
all tillal.le: lar^e two story House and Furni
tore; large Barn and Sheds; large Wine Cellar
with Tanks and Casks and all implements for
manufacture of wine: three Wells of excellent
water; private Irrigation Ditch; 126 cords cm
Wood; ahoiit'J,Du<) cords standing Wood- 1 Work
Horses: 2 yearling ColU; 2 One Cbwsaad Calves;
100 Hogs; 200 Chickens; SWagons; I new Mower;
1 new Kake: 1 Mny l'rc-s and all farming im
pkments; 86 miles east from Sacramento' Sages
pass the door daily; the place has twen kept as
a public house over '.!."> years, and is for sale on
account of the death of owner: a portion of
purchase price can remain Becoredb; mortgage.
Price. ws.r.oo. auls-:;;.i.u
CANDY FACTORY 7
MRS. F>. Bf. WHDMAHN, SOS. 418 J STREKT
find i\o X street (Metropolitan Theatei
Building), Manufacturer find Wholesale and
detail Liealer iv all kinds of (Jandiesand Nuts.
3O I>a,y S » Trial.
s. To ronng, old, rich
j ~~y-y^' r '-~ \or f""' 1 ll ". tn scxek
S>y,s Z «TfilC BlWJ^j HOKNE'S (new im
'lEfUa LrjiMJ' l^ j proved) Electric Belt.
\ "^ - b^^T J Electricity is life, and
N — £ —^^ —S a Ir.ck of it is disease
and death.- Thousands testify to its pricelea
value. Whole family can wearpame belt. Oiret
Without medicine Pains in the Hack. Hips, Head
or Limbs, Nervous Debility, I uuibagn, Genera]
Debility, Rheumatism, Paralysis. Neuralgia,
Sciatica, Disease of Kidneys. Bpin«l Disease?
Torpid Liver. < ; 'Hit. As'.liran. lL'srl Disenso,Dys
pepsia, Constipation. Ervsipeiis, Indigestion.
Hupture, Catarrh, l'iies, Epilepsy, Ague, l>la
betes. Send stamp for pamphlet W. \. IIORNH
Inventor, i*roprietor ancl Bdanufactorer. IS] Wa
ba?h avenue, Chicago. 702 MAEKET STKEKT
SAN FRANCISCO. CAI.. Ht-Sp*wtf
dr. c. nTwestT pioseerik yehYor
EI.KCTIUC v^ I«ELT>
PACIFIC t*fv^ ' N -^5 COAST.
The only Belt in _^ JBELT whicli
the world which <"aii-^ A can be charged
be cliarßed alone (J ,- — . without aoids.
with water, fl ,ooo V« V s * Ouaranti-ed to
reward for any other f ~ cure ALL dis
eases without medicines. Price, il«. .*end for
pamphlets to Dh. c. N. WKST, Sole Inventor,
Patentee and Proprietor, IBS Market street, San
KIltK, GEA.RY * CO., A c<-nt «, Sacramento.
A GREAT EEDUCTION IN
Roller Skates !
BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE, GKT
IRON, STEEUND COAL.
SKATES! SKATES I
PRICES KEDIXED ON CLl'B --r>
and Eint Hkates. Send torJ&~J» &~
Cataloiru^. ac' itate about howj;^»/ . °y* ■>
many you may want. <^&> -k^wx
WIESTEK £ CO., W
Ko. 17 New Montgomery gt., San Francisco.
LADIES OF SACRAMENTO
AND VICINITY. WE SHALL lIEREAFTKR
keep on hand make to order for ladies the
!ati.s: style of CuflT tilovea. with " Rutry Fasten
ings," using some seven different shades of the
best imported Kid: also, several colors of Castor
Buck, including Black and Green finished Buck.
Gents' Working, Driving and Street Gloves of
all kinds made. Don't mistake the place, 1019
Ninth street. Odd Fellows' Temple. The only
place in the city where they know howto make
a good glove. All work warranted heavy srlove
hand sewed. DODGER SACEAMKNTO GLOVE
C 7^ WATCHSLVKEKS JC JEWKLEK^, 428 J Btreet, bat. Kourih and *'«f tJl - E7*
in WATCHES, JEWELRY AND DIAMONDS.. Ker-airiug.in aU itaWti'Ml
branches a Specialty, under MR. FLOBERG. Agents to"- KOCKFORD WATCH COMPANY. ja£-3p
Watchma ker and Jeweler-
JiCTo. 422 «T street. Saoraxaento. )as-»p
NEW INVOICB OF
628 J ST., NEAR SEVENTH. GOODS Just Received. n:-i P 2ra
JOHN "BREUN ER~
\ WHOLESALE AKD I'.ET Ai I. DKALER IN
PARLOR SETS, LOUNGES, EXTENSION TAELES, LLLRRCES ft EOCKEE3
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Nos. 604, 806 and 608 X STREET, - nS-Sptf] _ SACRAMENTO.
O LEADING JEWELER OF SACRAMENTO. £g
SIGN OF TOWN CLOCK.
JSTo. 315 J street i024-Sitfi._ Snc-romoiito
xs7 ~ teitni ISFW
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN AUIiIHUIO, \jai|;ClO, LUj,
AS-Country orders .-olicited. aril satisfaction guaranteed. rj '-::n
I -i LJlii'"!- J ■' — —
| _ BAHgDTfI HOUSES.
Tbk Oldbbt Savings Barx in mE Cmr,
j Coruor J and Fifth streets, Sacramento.
GgARANTEED CAPITAL, «500,000.-PAID
np Capital, ¥2no,iiOO. Loans on Beal Estate,
July l, 18-5,82,044,818. Term and Ordinary De
posits, July 1, 1885, f1,965,521. Term nu<\ Or
c(;:iarj- Deposit! received, an ; Dlvidende paid In
I January and July. Honey Loaned ur«.:i Real
| Estate only. This Bank does i xclusively a
! .-avim^ Bnk bnsim ■ n fnml hed
oi: appilOßtlon to W. 1". coI. EM vn, President
Ed. K. liAMii.r-s, Cashier. 024-ls6i i
PEOPLE'S SAYINGS BANE.
Oftieo— No. 400 ,J street, Siicraniento.
! Capital Stock Paid Up $225,237 00.
[nb on Deposits Semi- Annually.
33~ Mouey Loaned on Baal Estate Oiily.
\VM. BECKMAN. President.
V.'m. F. HOKTOOS, - ■ : iry. iv.".i---:.i
CALIFORNIA "STATE BANK.
— — —
Oaon 4* rteni-r.-AJ >>iit:kijig I>a*io*e-.
B*t~ I'rn'Ts Exchange on *i! the i.rinr:pa!
Cl.^ I i' tbe ■ r>l.
Preddeot S. D. RIDEOIT.
7ioe-FroKidenl FREDKRII E
Ca-U»or._ a. AB
C. W. CLAI'.E, CXI). C. PEBXIRS,
JOSEPH PTF.KFEX3, J. K. WATBOK,
B, D. RIDEOCT, FRKDHRICK COX.
A. A3BOTT. ofl_
D.O. Mills & Co.,
OA.vrr.AL AND SURPLUS S4BO.RC-O.
KDGAE VILIS Presidont.
5. PEENTI36 smith Vice President
FBXV. U Mil, Lull C«*hter.
CHAS. F. In":. I.MAN AWtCashiei
V. 0. MILLS, ED6AB WTT.TJI
W. EL CHAMBEKLAIK. '. HAS F. DILLMAN, '
.-. HvENTIHS .SMITH. cll-4pt.'
CriiA. CBOQKXB, P-. C. WOOi. WORTH, VT. H. C::C(;E>:B
CROCKER, WOOLWORTH&CO. ,
i."A Pi«« «tTeM San FranclHCO, '
•'■■ . on a General Banking Business. Cor
renvoaUents iv the Principal Cities of the
- ■'. In Koro] b. ap6-4plm
<l I ■■ Wl— ■ ■Wlllll ■ tm ■ — ■!■!■ IMUM ■ IBII^ WIWIIW.fc
Rainy Season !
Buy Your Farm in Time !
SWEETSEIU ALSIP, j
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
Ofl'er the taHnmbtg Bar^a'ns. Will ex- !
change for other good property:
No. «.-». -SSS to «'.•() por am. We have '
subdivided into 20 and id acre tracts, 640 acres I
of land on line of railroad, at New England |
Mills. Placer county, Smiles from Colfax. The I
land requires no irrigation; grapes grown upon
lands adjacent were awarded the first pre- ,
niium at etate Fair, 1883, and are in sreat j^. I
nuind for Ea.-teni Shipment. Every acre can '
lie brought undiT cultivation; located in a
warailwlt; always an abundance of rain; no ■
snow, and vims an- never injured by Uo-i:
terms moderate. j
No. K<;— jM.-, per acre; 10 and :3O acre!
tracts, near Florin, Sacramento county; no im
provement-: this i* also good fruit land, and is '
near shipping ixiiiit.
No. 89— *S5 per acre : 00 acres of clioice '
butt ot grain land, 2 miles Irom Sacramento
postofflee; unlimited supply of water at depth
of 30 feet; soil, mellow loam. wiUi enough
gravel to make it triable.
No. !>1 *.-• per acre; 8,880 acres, all un
der fence aud cross-fence; 4,200 under culti- i
ration; all can be easily cultivated; good or- ■
chard and vineyard: well watered ami tim
bered; 500 head cattle, ino^ly cows; 120 head
horses and mules can be purchased' with the
No. 03—91,150; ,-, acres near Ophir. Pla
cer county, ' al.: i acres in orchard; blackber
ries and strawberries; dwelling; ol five rooms;
stable for three horses; wagon-shed and chick
en-house; l horse, - cows, t hogs, 15 < hii
So. !)S— »•;.! 5oi); ico acres known as ■
"Bay's" Ranch, near Trass Valley, Amadot i
county; small orchard; 30 acres now tillable; :
balance in Umber, with plenty ol wood; build- i
inga good; title, D. 8. patent. *
No. !»9— sj.ooo; :!oo ncres land, 7 milea
west Iron: <ni-- Valley, -'vj acres l>cii)},' ol rich
re, i so-i: a)aer s adobe; all v ill produce clo
ver; 1"" vines: small orchard: 8 hones (three '■
of them io..k premiums at Nevada County !
Fair. 1864); cow and calf, SO chickens, hay '
press, spring wagon, four-hone wagon, plows
barrow, harness and all fanning tools go with
the lam!: dwelling of I rooms, fair, other
buildings good; this is a good chance for a
party having s few head ot stock; reason for ,
Belling;, party desires to go East.
Ho. 100— 96,000; ISO acres: ICO cleared,
upon which there are 5 acres in vineyard. 12
acres in orchard, l acre raspberries; 90 acres
under fence; timber scattered over the j.lace ■
enough for wood for tnmilT use; cleared land
a red :iate; balance K^mit 1 -'; four living
(•prills; Hear hiver Ditch runs through tbe
place; this place ia 2 miles from Auburn and
3% miles from Newcastle, Placer ccnuty, and
near a good school. I
No. 101— Sl.l'OO: IGO acres V. S. patent ;
known as Hie "Magnolia Banch," on the
South Fork of the American river, on stage
ro ; ;.l betneeu Auburn and Macerville,
El Dorado county; i la-re are '■> acres in
vineyard, I seres i:i orctuurd, 90 acren
in grain; 120 acres cleared, 140 acres
fenced Into five flcl'ls; good two story frame
dwelling Of U rooms; good bnm and outbuild
ings: the laud is of black loam aud is well
adapted to the growth of all kinds of iruits;
wagons, tools, etc., can be purchased it de
No. 102— 45.1 acres, 'j niileH east from Loo
mis. Placer county; small orchard: lOacreain
alfalfa; small patch berries; gravel hou*e,good
bum, granary and OUt-bDlldingi; is head of i
cattle and calves, 10 boga can be bought with :
the place if wanted: this place ha> seven flue
springs of water: :v<J acres of the land is
cleared, aii'l HKi acres under, fence, divided ;
Into two fields; the name for fruit pnniucing j
land In this locality makes this tract of land a
very desirable one. Price, »i 3 per acre; one- s
hall can stand on mortgage.
No. 103*4,1100; II acre* of Tine fruit or '
vegetable land, off the M slrcet road, one-half
mile irom Sacramento; a young orchard Is In
excellent condition: improvements upon the
place are exceptionally good; the locality is :
convenient; one doing business in the city and
desiring a home outside the city limits should
view this place before purchasing elsewhere.
No. 104-87,000; 440 acres; :S4O of which
are tillable; sOi acres cleared: 300 acres fenced
Into 3 fields; giod house, barn and out-build
in^'s; all tools. 1 spring wagon, 1 farmers' wa
gon, 1 buggy (nearly new:, ; sets work harness
buggy, harness and hay press included iv price;
abundant living water; numerous springs; '
■-•oo<l i mention lacililies Irom a ditch runniig
n !fl,r the land; one half cash; balance on long
time at low interest.
No. 105— 51 3 per SSTSI lfiO acres good
grain land. 8 mili-s east from Coming, Tenamu
county, will exchange for city property: this
h ■ tine bargaiu.
We have a large list of other good
lands suitable for stock-raising and
*»- SEND FOR CATALOGUES. "S»
Or apply to
KWEETSEB & AX.SIP,
DO- 101.5 Fourth street, Sacramento.
" A. H. POWERsTsTco.
(Successors to Wilcox. Powers 4s Co.),
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS,
No. 503 X St., Sacnunento, Cal. nl-istf
HOTELS A i :-TArRANTsT~
• GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL,
Corner Seventh and IS. Btrottd.
«-BTBICTLT FTlv S T-C LAS ?. -B»
Frte 'Bus to and fiom the Cars.
n r -if W. O. MOWI-JtS, Proprietor.
V.' ESTER:, 1 HOTEL,
ROS. 309 TO 3!a ;i STREKT,
' riTHREI B] OCKB FEOM R ULRi I .;■ DEPOT.
I -»- " ' ' Hotel of Sac
. < al. The mo
■ : 1 i onrts and
i "lMe< '■ • ■■ ■ Me ••:•<. -^.r, enl . First
I /r ""' : -'■ '■■ ■■■-'■■ ■; M. LAI tor.
Corner !i and Fifth M.-c<t-i, Sscntmento.
CENTRALLY LOCATED AND CONVENIENT
nl .I■■ 1 .-. i.,m
l.y hi ■■•: in tbe city. TJ .■ ral leglwaystur.plled
with the b?8( the j . ■ rds. Street cars
fp.n! the depot j'ai..- the door even Qreminutea
Meals, 23 1 ota. C. F. BIXGLEION Prop.
C E ?i TR A L HOUSE,
818 and s-^o B b t., J.et. Eighth an.! .Viutb.
BOAKD, !•■• r we< k.. . «j
IIi.KM.KSN- !•.;;<.*, Proprietor*
'■ ■ Cars frcm I>tpot i • rerj
' ■•• o !1 "'"
FISHER' 3 DINiNG-ROOiYsT
Er?:x;:y nsHKE, tde well known
I ( ati nr, ha« :neut
oi tbe above well-known Dining-rouii ■ i■ I
street, where he will be pleased to receive the
i continued patronage of the public and former
of the honse. Special attentloa riven
.'J * " \ " * 1
Corner X :m<l Tattfa x'.rv, !r-, s »< • v.mcnto.
CHAS. H. ELDRED, Pa pw
*S" Board and Lo4gbur, 18 to (12 per ivcek;
Single Urals, 25 cents; Single Booms, 50 ocnti
Fine Wines lit the Bar. Billiard Room attached
! refi Umsibna t.> and ir- m the House, street
Cars pass the door even rixnr.nnteg. ois-tf
OOKNER SEVENTH AKV X STKKETS.
BLESSING <fc GUTHRIE, Proprietors.
JWFree Omn:!.us to and frcm the Cars'St
AMERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEIT,
SAXSOMB STREET, SAN i-KANCISCO. CAL.
This hotel is In. the verr center of the busi
ness portion of the city, llie traveling r.ublle
will find thi-i to l-e the most comfortable and re
epcctnWc Hotel in the city. Koard aud room,
SI. SI 25 and Si *Q r*r -lav. Hot and (old Baths
Free. Free Coach to and from the Hotel.
018 CHAS. MOKTG IMEBY ,t j Kn.. f^rops.
715 Howiird St., near Third, ten r'ranclsro.
AFIH3T-CLABB LODGING UOIEI., (sON
tainlng 190 rooms; water and gas in each
room; no better beds m the world; no jniest al
lowed to use the !ku-n once used by auother; a
large reading-room: hot mil com "water baths
free. Price of rooms : l'er ni^'ht, 50 and Tsceuts,
per week, from 82 upwards. v>pen all night. T.
HUGHES, 2'p>iirk'tor. At Market-street Ferry,
take Omnibus line of street cars for Third and
TO MY OLDPATRONS.
X STILL OFFER >iV VALUABLE SERVICES
JL if jfoo are so nnfinrtßnate us to require them.
With a mind matured aud enriched by studiesof
an advn-iice.i or.ler, I cau Rftfely say that there Is
hardly n dJaeace in the catalogue of human ills
that 1 cannot treat to a snccessfnl issue.
i LADIES— I ar.l aiwnyo ready to assist you. Ky
past knowledge has been increased by extenslTc
experience. lam now able to treat you with
the certainly! of snocesf. No case peculiar to
yourdeliCAtvorKanism isb;^yond mysure control.
Jly Feniniu Monthly Medicines are superior to
any oflcrei'. heretofore, and will lie warrantedta
have the desired effect in all cates.
Those of the public wiy> need my service* can
depend nion geattemaniy, honorable and sci
entific trewtmeut at reasonable mo
I artdrrr s partirnla'ly those who have been li -
hired by yonthfol indi*cretions, said those who
have onntrii rted lix;al disenMß.
Persou^atllicte'l c»u they prefer, coa«n t
me by letter, detailing tli.- tynjptom» ol the dv -
easeorliyjbV, and receive aifdiciiies by ei
press, ■wui: full ln&tnu'ti&r.h. Ail litters mint
be direct.-d : J. K. JOSBKT,YN, St D., 228 riutti r
Btrcet, S:;i. Francisco, CaL
Cnre warranted iv all rssns. or no psy rt
quired. rimsnlutinn. personally or by letter,
gratis. Scad fort<ook. Comfortable Apartments
for patic.-iin »t n-iy Inflnr.try (when desired ,
with exiwnenced nurses.
I ConEUiiation Parlors, 226 Sutler Hreet, R'!;o!n
-lng the Young Men'B Christian Afsociatioo
05-.cc ilourv- From. 9 a. k. to S p. x
My I»ip!'Mii.i h-i'ii;- in !n» ofHct*.
] Purchase my Ershj on PhyFiology and Marri
age. For tale bj &U uewsdi-.ilcrs.
J. H. JOSSKLYN, M. D.
DHYERSAL VEGETABLE PANACEA
OF CONCENTRATED EXTRACTS.
Prepared from Hie Active Medicinal
Properties Coutaiued In
Mandrake. Dandelion, Butternut Black
Root, Bos Bane, Jiittor Root, Clood
Root, Oalisaya i'.aik, Uarberry
JJ.irk, Sweet Fla^, Indian
Golden Seal, etc.
For the b'pecdy and I'ermnneiit Relief of the
, most hopeless caa - ol
Dysp€"ii«i», Janndice, ChillH anil Fever,
Disordered Digentinn, Sick Headache,
And all other dttMSM r> r;-:i!t; from a Billots
Ktate oi the Stomach, or r.u inactive or
Du-eased 1 jver.
REDINGTON & CO.,
Sun Francisco _ Wholesale Agents.
«- For sale by all druggists. 015-3 ply