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DAILY RECORD-UNION
WEDXES'JiY ...NOVEMBER 11, 1885
WEATHER REPORT.
All Observations Taken on the ?sth Meri
dian (Eastern) Time.
Signal Office, l r . S. Army ■>
Sacramento. November 10, 1855. J
10 P. M. (Eastern time), Tith meridian • ' r i
(Pacific time), 120 th meridian.
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Dayton 30.17 • .11 :;.;'— i:; Calm <> near
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Portland.. 180.23 ■ 07141 —2; Calm 0. . Cloudy
Hosebun?. . 2 -GCalmO Clear
Men'cino.
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Sac'to ao.lo 1-.08J51 -(X.E.H clear
Ban Fran.. :au +.04IK -3N.W. 9 CSeai
Keeler 26.16 .00(68!— 1] X. 10 near
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8. Diego ..igj.ifr —.pi 59 p y. yy.lt .
Mailmnm temperature. r>", j ; minimum tem
perature ;M.O. JAMES A. BARWICK,
Sergeant, Signal Corps, U. S. A.
ADVERTISEMENT MENTION.
Clonle Opera ll. .use—" I>ed Astxay to-siajil
. ; . ■ ommittee, I. O. o. X.. funeral
notice.
Nii"ir.i Chapter, to-nicbt
■ isrlit.
U meeting union Lodge, F. and A. M.
Kurai for nale.
Auction Sale.
I*el! t : „ bngglei, etc., to-day.
Business Advertisements.
:uon & Hayted.
FumUbed roonu to rent.
America ire, 918 X street.
K«-d Borne All-woolJeraey*.
!!«.:.■ Hr<>>. 4Co Baaineß soiti
HTefnitock >v Lubln— Boy* suits.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.
Bkluwg Liquor to Boy*.— The Wood-
Hail of yesterday liad an article re
ferring to boys being allowed to frequent
where liquor is sold— * matter which
applies equally well to Sacramento. The
»ys: "Wehave seen in saloons in
;!. ! - town mere boys fifteen and sixteen
year of ace passing boor after boor at cards
and other games of chance, drinking, et .
■■' their age the time should be pi
with their hooks, or some other method of
self-improvement. • In Colorado,
■ ■■■■:■-'. Montana, and several other
and Territories in which the writer
i). iliis point is met by legislative
enactment. A saloon-keeper forfeits his
;! he p a mits minors to frequent his
place, fn those i immonwealths a callow
iws his Gace inside of a saloon and
he is Immediately Bhown the door. In the
absence of such a regulation in California
the remedy for this evil rests with the
liquor dealers themselves, and we ask of
keepers of Woodland to take
this matter into consideration, and firmly
and politely notify all youthful would-be
SOstorners that their presence isnot want
ed." The MaU evidently has lost sight of
the section of the Penal Code, which pro
rides as follows : " Every person who sells
<.r gives to another under the age of 16
years, to be by him drank at the time as a
beverage, any intoxicating drink, is guilty
of a misdemeanor, and punishable by a
fine not exceeding $100, orby imprisonment
ia the county jail not exceeding three
months. Nothing in this Act shall be
edto apply to parents of such chil
dren, or guardians of their wards, or phy
sicians."
Trial Juross. — In pursuance of an
order made by Judge McFarland, the fol
lowing persons were yesterday drawn to
serve as trial jurors for the October sessions
of the Superior Court, and are required to
appear in Court on the Ist day of Decem
-10 \. it.: .lames Costello, T. A.
Blanchard, Hiram Garrctt, Richard Dale.
IhomasDwyer, N. J. Toll, Thomas Ken
ney, I:. T. Butler, John Ilaniun. .1. Alston
W. P. Mi Fadden, 8. W. Kennedy, B. D.
d, C. Bi oedix, Martin Cash, JI.
Meyer, Richard Allen, .1. P. Gage, George
Howson. J. Duffy, Charles Deterding A
Gonnett, C. Towle, 11. G. Smith, W. .J.
Brundage, John fttayfield, M. A. F*rv,
Robert Keefe, I": .■! Beitz, Chris. Wei.-, 1, i\
J. Darling, J.Hamilton, Morris Sternfels,
/-. 1. ' ... Hammond, !•'. Heilbron,
Duden, 1.. B. Berck, David Lubin
J.S.Bennett, I. A. Miller, James Wood
burn, F. C. Bailey, M. M. Bayles, George
Routier, Weller Freeman, Z. 1.. Coy
Ired, I', s. Bmith, li. A. Fiske,
A. Menke, George Wolfe, Isaac- Hu11. . 1. W.
Richmond, John Rooney, C. Windmiller,
W. E. Parker, Thomas "Jenkins. Thomas
O'Brien and J. Bea li.
P>.r.i.'.N> GraHtbd.— Yesterday Governor
Stoneman issued a pardon to Emma Will
iams, who was convicted of petit larceny in
San Francisco in July last and sentenced to
serve a term of six months in the county
jail. The term of sentence would expire
in a very few days. The Sheriff of San
Francisco and other county officials asked
her pardon, and the dty physician certified
that she is suffering from a disease which
would certainly cause her death in a very
few .lay- unless -he WBB released A par
ion was also granted 'to Win. Morse, who
was sent from San Francisco to the House
of Correction in April last for burglary,
under a sentence of two years. His pardon
was asked for by the Judge who sentenced
him, the District Attorney who prosecuted
the case, and "the- .if the county officials.
Accompanying their petition were certiti
'.'r-. Mastinoche and Black. who
state ! i it ti. e condemned youth is suffering
.i complicati m of diseases which will
in death in a very short time if he is
not liberated and taken to his home, where
he Can be sr'.wn the I est Oi care and nurs
ing.
Ukand Ji T.y. — In Department One of the
Superior Court yesterday the work of im
paneling a Grand Jury was proceeded with,
and ' ; - following members chosen: D.
Lufkins, .1. Keith. John Sawyer. Hiram
Cook, John 11. Carroll, W. F. Knos, P. H.
Murphy. Sol. Wasserman, M. Pay, A. g.
Tryon, Daniel Brown, 11. a. Burnett, M.
Barber, John J. Bauer and s. B. Moore.
nire having been HThan^^ ami but
15 of the necessary 19 jurors obtained, the
Court ordered that a venire of 10 be drawn
the regular jury box, from which to
complete the panel." The following were
accordingly draws, and are ordered to ap
pear in Court at 10 o'clock this morning,
9. liwver, E. G. Blessing, S. W. But
ler. Benjamin K. Crocker, M. Tourney.
Samuel Blair. W. C. Felch. Seth Gartield.
George Rich and K. W. Lewis.
Kn Roun to Folsom.— Deputy SheriiT'
Wilson brought op from San Francisco
yesterday, en route to the State Prison at
Folsom, Alvino Pico, who is to serve seven
year? for grand Larceny, in stealing a horse
and bogey which lie had hired from a
livery stable. It is but a few months since
he finished serving a three-year term in
San Quentin, and previous to' that he hail
been arrested for appropriating other peo
ple 3 horses. In fact, he appears to have
a mania that way. He is a descendant of
one of the old and respected native QsJi
fomian families.
Police Court.— ln the Police Court ye:
terday All Sing was examined on a charge
Of bnrglary, in entering Miss Putnam's
dross-making establishment on Seventh
street, mid held to answer before the Su
perior Court in $1,000 bail (i. C.Bennett
was tried for disturbing the peace and dis
charged James Kiiey. a drunk, forfeited
his deposit The case of John Corley.
similarly charged, went over until this
morning Sing Toy and Won Toy,
charged with exhibiting, forfeited their de
posits.
Tiir storm now prevailing all over the
country has brought with it a change of
MMn, sad with a change of season must
come a change from summer wearing ap
parel to that suitable for winter. The tail
oring department of the Capital Woolen
Kills, 823 J street, have just received a
Urge and splendid stock of fall and winter
suitings for men and youths' wear, which
will be made to order under the super
vision of Mr. Donahue, of Philadelphia,
who is conceded to be one of the best
" cutters 'on the coast. Mr. K. B. Mer
rill, the manager, invites his friends and
the public to call and examine the fine
styles now in stock. *
Charles Robin. Xo. TOl'J street. -will, dur
ing this week, continue to sell boys' suits
at fifty cents on the dollar. One "hundred
and twenty suits to be closed out. •
Hams, bacon and shoulders fresh cured
in our ice cellars, at reasonable rates. Mohr
A Yoerk. •
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
Charles Turtle came down from Auburn
yesterday.
D. Dunphey, of this city, is visiting his
parents in Woodland.
District Attorney Sprague, of Yolo coun
ty, is visiting the city.
Thomas Lovdal, of this city, went to the
Bay yesterday afternoon.
General Jo Hamilton returned to Au
burn yesterday from here.
W. C. Marsh and family have gone to
Sheridan. Nevada, to reside.
Geo. D. Aldrich. of Lincoln, went home
yesterday from San Francisco.
Judge S. C. Denson and H. S. Beals went
over to Woodland yesterday morning.
A. W. Sisson came down from Rocklin
yesterday, on his way to San Francisco.
J. D. Yost, of H. 8. Crocker & Co.. re
turned to San Francisco yesterday, after a
brief visit here.
Mis;s Delia Palmer, of San Francisco, re
turned home yesterday, after an extended
visit to Sacramento.
E. Greer left yesterday morning lo attend
the session of the Fruit-growers' Conven
tion at San Francisco.
W. K. Turner, of Modesto; J. J. Palmer,
of San Francisco, and Richard Bayne, of
Colusa, were in town yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Grow, late of New
Mexico, who have been visiting at the resi
dence of W. W. Wade, have gone to Wil
lows to reside.
Mrs. S. O. Pierce, of Shingle Springs,
was in the city yesterday. Mr. Pierce, re
cently attacked* with paralysis, has almost
entirely recovered from his illness.
Win. Miner, of this city, was called to
San Francisco yesterday by a dispatch an
nouncing the death of his nephew, Horace
E. Simmons, a traveling salesman quite
well known in Sacramento.
Arrival* at the Capital Hotel yesterday:
H. H. Kichman, Auburn ; A. K. Kubinson,
Boseville; J. I. Martin and son, Dixon ■
B. P. Harris, Willows ; D. C. DiGalia. 3an
Francisco: James Sullivan, cily; J. H.
Smith, Sue City, Mo.: A!. Sutheriai;.'.
George Sutherland, Winnemucca; L. A.
Bwiney, Oroville; George Ditzler, Biggs;
.\. 1.. fCnowles, Valleio ; 0. C. Hewitt.
Amador City; Mrs. J. I>. Pyne, Courtland;
Kiss Bose Ostrom, Miss Mary Ostrom,
Marysville: Thomas 1!. Bond, Modesto;
Theodore Winters, San Francisco: Wm.
Sims, Winters.
Arrivals at the Golden Eagle Hotel yes
terday : E. D. Elmire, Chicago ; j. m. Staf
ford, W. B. Bargentj Miss Stevens, Miss
Wheeler. San Francisco: W. A. Johnston
and wife, Bichland ; George M. Gill, Chi
cago; George E. Church, Fresno ; I . E.
... .!. Lambert, Woodland: c. A.
Tuttle, Auburn; Miss M. Johnston. Rich
land : Benjamin Jones and wife. St. John ;
George W. Gordon, David Bixler, !•'. R.
l! .aim. Henry Ross, G. W. Fields, Ban
Francisco: W. J. Fitzmaurice, New York:
M. Weldheiin, Master Phillips, L. Eng
lander, M. Green, A. Brown, A. Abbott,
San Francisco.
Arrivals at the State House Hotel yester
day : M. Conner, Detroit, Mich.; S. B.
Moore; Cosumnes; John Sawyer. Gait;
W. i^isinger, city ; Mrs. C. Crook, Miss
Nettie Crook. Miss Hat tie Crook, Miss Mat
tie Crook, Lincoln ; W. Daily, Michigan
Bar; Peter Hansen, Walnut" Grove: J.
Woodard and wife, Folsom ; Ed. L. Forster,
San Francisco; John Reith, Union House;
H. F. Williams, San Francisco ; 11. P.
Stone, Oakland : A. J. Baldy, San Fran
cisco ; Win, Aldrieh, Cosumnes; Mrs. K.
Morrison, Ban Francisco; F. Grunshaw,
F. A. Thompson, city : Win. Bitter, .1. A.
Wilder. Franklin ; Sam. Phillips, M. ):■--
Gait.
Celestial Orange Blossoms.
Last evening, at the Congregational Chi
nese Mission, on I street, between Sixth
and Seventh, Mr. Fong Bow, of this city,
was united in marriage with Miss Li Shun,
of Morysville. Hymen's knot was tied by
Rev. W. < '. Pond, of San Francisco, assisted
by a Chinese interpreter. The groom for
several years has been a member of the
Mission, can read and write English, and
speaks the language fluently. The mar
nage ceremony took i>lace at b o'clock, and
was witnessed by all the members of the
school, and a large number of ladies and
gentlemen win. had received special invita
tions. The bride and her attendants ar
rived in a closed back a few moments be
fore!*. She entered the room bowing, and
was accompanied by three female at
tendants. one at each arm and one follow
ing close behind. Owing to the smallncss
of her feet — which are the size of infants,
nut being over three Inches in length— she
hobbled along to the altar with difficulty,
leaning on the arms of her attendants.
Her bridal UrmuttOM consisted of a heavy
green silk dress, extending to below the
knee, large flowing sleeves, " trowsers" of
heavy gross grain silk, ornaments gold.
Her face and head were covered with a
large red silk handkerchief, and she held
in both hands in front of her face a mam
moth white feather fan highly ornamented.
Her diminutive feet were incased in shoes
covered with pink satin. Theceremony was
conducted with all the solemnity usual on
such occasions, and when Miss" Li Shun
promised to love, honor and obey Mr. Fong
Bow she spake not. but bowed her willing
ness in a manner that indicated she
was very happy and highly pleased with
the individual whom she" was wedding.
Fong How, was one of the happiest of men,
and lie smole a smile that extended entire
ly across bis face. At the close of the
ceremony the bride was led to a seat,
where she received the congratulation- of
her friends, as best .she could in her blind
folded condition. The bride is small in
stature, 18 years of age, was born in Marvs
ville, where she has reigned a belle in the
most fashionable Celestial circles. That
she was the handsomest young lady of our
neighboring city, the reporter Is not able
to state, for he, like all others present, was
not permitted to ga/.e upon her angelic
features. Pong Bow say- she is a beauty,
and we do not doubt his veracity. The
froom is employed at the Silver Palace
l'>:<'i, and is Bald to bea very good man.
The couple have had neat apartments
fitted up at Fourth and I streets, and will
receive their friends on and after Friday
next. The hall had been most elaborately
decorated with evergreens and Sowers for
the occasion. After congratulations were
over— no kissing of the bride having been
permitted— Mr. Fong Sing took his place
at the organ, and the Chinese scholars sang
in excellent voice and time, the groom
joining in the song, " With harps and with
viols there stands a great throng." This
was followed with ''When He cotneth to
make up His jewels," and "Oh, What a
Saviour, that He died for me." At the
request of Rev. W. C. Pond Mr. Fong Sing
sang a solo, playing his own accompan
iment on the organ. He has an excellent
voice, and persons who could not see him
would never for a moment suppose that
the sweet melody came from the throat of
a Chinese lad. This completed the exer
cises, and then all present were served with
tea, coffee, cake, candies and fruits.
Chinese Burglar Arrested.— Yesterday
morning it was found that W. .1. O'Brien's
lime depot, on I street, between Fifth and
Sixth, had been burglarized during the
previous night, and robbad of eight sacks
of barley and a pair of blankets. The
thief gained entrance by breaking a pane
of glass and removing the fastenings of the
window. Officers Ash and Sullivan
worked the matter up, and arrested a
Chinaman named Ah Hunt; for the offense.
It was ascertained that he had disposed of
the barley to another Chinaman, named
Ah Sing, who had placed it in a building
in the block between Second and Third. H
and I streets. The purchaser was mewed
for buying stolen property. The barley
was recovered and was identified In a sin
gular manner. When the thief was re
moving the sacks from the lime
house he saw that one of them had a
hole in it. through which the grain was
escaping. Of course if he carried it through
the street in that condition the trail of
grain would "give him away",' ?o he tore
a copy of a San Francisco paper, which he
fouud lying near by, in halves, and used a
portion of it to stop the hole in the ?ack.
The officers examined this piece of paper
and found that it corresponded with the
piece left at the lime house. When Ah
Hung, who is supposed to have stolen the
grain, was searched, barley was found in
his que.
There are but few business houses in
Sacramento as favorably known on the
coast as the " Big Tree" Store, corner
Eighth and J streets. This house is one of
the few landmarks of '■ Pioneer days"' still
in existence. To-day its proprietors enjoy
the same goodwill and business standing as
in former times. As an evidence of this !
fact, it may be said that by liberal adwr- j
tising and sending out price lists of their !
select stock of groceries, they have built up
an extensive country order trade over
almost the entire coast. The reader will
please notice their price list on third page,
under ''Holiday Groceries." The wants of j
those at a distance will be attended to the j
same as if present. * I
BRIEF NOTES.
Eight cai-ioads of beef cattle arrived here
yesterday from Anderson for Gerber Bros.
The Caledonian Club will eive a com
plimentary social to their friends at Jacobs'
Hall this evening.
The Jeffreys-Lewis theatrical company
passed through to Woodland yesterday
troru Nevada county.
There is but about a foot of snow on the
nill, the late storm having been so worm
that it consisted mainly of rain.
In Department Two of the Superior
Court yesterday Johanna S.-huler was
granted a divorce of Frank A. Schuler
The rain and the water running in from
the river have caused China slough to rise
about a foot in the past twenty-four hours.
The overland train was fifty minutes
behind time in its arrival yesterday morn
ing, and the Western train about an hour
late.
A Chinaman named On Duy was arrested
yesterday ruorninj; by Constable Harvey
lor trundling a vegetable cart on the side
walks.
The Governor yesterday appointed as
< "inmissioner of Deeds for California Fr,-. .
man M. Josselyn. to reside in the city of
Boston. *
M. Cronan purchased yesterday the books
ami accounts of the late firm of Casey ,t
tronan, sold at auction by the receiver 1'
H. Kussel.
The Sacramento river at 12 o'clock hst
night had risen fifteen feet above low-water
mark, and was rising at the rate of one and
a half inches per boor.
The steamer Dover arrived from the up
per Sacramento yesterday with grain. She
reports a big rise of the stream, which will
probably be noticed here to-day.
A meeting of those interested in coursing
and coursing matches wiU be held atthe
Crystal Palace saloon, J street, between
Ninth and Tenth, this evening, for the pur
pose of forming ;i coursing club.
The case of M. D. Reed, for obtaining
money by false representations, came- up in
; Justice Henley's Court yesterday morning,
: in accordance with continuance. bnt«ras,
j on motion of City Attorney Anderson, con
tinued, Co give the Grand Jury a chance to
act upon it.
I iic Signal Service reports at 7 o'clock
last \ ,-Aa .-how a rising barometer, falling
temperature, westerly winds and clear
weather at all points, except a! l.os An
geles and San Diego, where it was cloudy.
The thermometer is from 1° to 13° colder
than the twenty-four hours preceding.
Two men are going about the dty offer
ing in a clandestine manner to seli " line
imported cigars "—" smuggled in on the
last steamer"— at a low price. They usually
present two or three good cigars as sam
ples, but those who purchase from them
lind the article furnished very poor trash.
A correspondent writes the Record-
Unioh that the carcass of an animal is
lying beneath the bow of a barge made
fast to the Sacramento shore, just above the
mouth of the American river, and suggests
that, as its presence cannot improve the
quality of the water in the river, it should
be removed.
The warm rain has had a very beneficial
effect upon vegetation, and in some locali
ties the grass is springing up very last,
giving indications of fine feed within the
next two weeks. In the sections of the
State where the grasshoppers devoured
everything, leaving the ground bare, the
ranchmen are delighted.
The flag on the Railroad Hospital was
displayed at half-mast yesterday out of re
spect for the memory of ('. H. Wilder, clerk
of the institution.whodied yesterday morn
ing after a brief illness of inflammation of
the bowels. Deceased was a native of New
Hampshire, in his sixty-first year. He was
a member of Granite Lodge, No. 02, I. O.
O. F.. of Folsoni.
A report reached the city last evening
that Dry Creek railroad bridge, about a
mile this side of Roseville, was on iir?. and
the fire train was sent out to attend to the
matter. It was ascertained, however, that
the tire was occasioned by railroad men
burning some old ties. A man who was
riding by in a buggy saw it and believed
the bridge was blazing.
Articles of incorporation have been filed
with the Secretary of State of tin i
Hope Consolidated Mining Company, for
the purpose of buying, selling, opening, de
veloping and operating mines in the Good
Hope mines in the Pincate Mining District,
San Diego county. The Directors are Jas.
Chase. R. M. Moore. W. H. Van Dyke D
M. Moore and StUweU Wandell. •"
Samuel West, an account of whose tragic
death at the ranch of Postmaster Stephens
was given in yesterday's Recobd-Übios,
was a son of William West, now and for a
long time employed in the railroad shops
here, ami a brother of Mrs. James Flint, of
Chico. The young man was born in Ver
mont, but came with his parents to Sacra
mento when two y«ars old. and had lived
here ever since. Mr. and Mrs. Flint arrived
from Chico yesterday to attend the funeral,
which will take place from St. Paul's (Epis
copal) Church this morning at H o'clock.
Ciinii: Opera House.— "Led Astray"
was much better played last night. The
whole company warmed to its work. Miss
Boyle's Armande was a more rounded and
complete personation; more intense in
action and deeper in feeling. Mr. Mont
serrat intensified the emotional passages,
toning down the volume of utterance,
while augmenting its force. Mr. Vinton
modified his make-up, divesting it of the
rakish appearance that characterized it on
the first night. Mr. Summers was more at
ease also, and broadened the humor of the
part of Hector. Miss Francis partook of
the improved feeling and read her lines
with a nahrette and acted the part with an
ease that is very creditable. Miss Marshall
and Mrs. Brands as the rival dowagers gave
lair support, the former having broader ex
perience, betag the more natural and easy.
There were sincere calls before the curtain
at the close of each of three acts, and the
compliment included Miss Boyle, Messrs.
Summers, Montserrat and Vinton. Th"
play, which drew a good house, with many
ia Lea i:i the opp< r circle — an excellent
point of view, and superior for good
acoustic properties — will be repeated to
nigbt. Frank Lambert has been appointed
by the management Treasurer of the thea
ter.
A 1.:. Tin: Wilm THBOWB Out. — The Pat
rick Sullivan contested will case was given
to the jury about 8 o'clock last evening,
and that body, after being out about three
quarters of an hour, or long enough to bal
lot and write u;> their findings on all the
special issues, returned into Court and re
ported, in effect, that they found against
the competency of the testator when he
made each and all of the wills— found that
he had not sufficient mental capacity to
make them. None of the wills having
been established, the estate is left to be ad
ministered upon in faver of the heirs at
law— the widow and the son of the de
ceased. Jt appears, however, that Mrs.
McNamce. who was named as executrix in
the wiils. and in the last will was given a
pretty good share of the property, had pur
chased from the heirs their entire interest
before the case was decided, paying Mrs.
Sullivan $10,000 and James Sullivan $7,500.
In the last will, especially, they had been
almost ignored. Mrs. McN'amee, by the
purchase, gains the $10,000 bequeathed by
the deceased to Archbishop Alemany.
Arrests. — The following arrests were
made yesterday : On Day, by Constable
Harvey, for misdemeanor : Edward Sulli
van, by Chief Jackson and special Sim
mons, for petit larceny ; Thomas Fisher,
Wni. Thomson and Jack Courtney, by of
ficers Farrell end Martin, for petit larceny ;
Ah Hung, by officers Sullivan and Ash,
for burglary : Ah Sing, by the same of
ficers, for receiving stolen property.
Acctiox Sale.— Bell & Co. will sell at
auction to-day at 10 a. m., sharp, at
their salesrooms, Nos. 1004 and 1000 J
street, horses, buggies, wagons, etc. Also,
at 2 p. m.. a large lot of furniture, beds, beti
ding, spring and top mattresses, extensiuii
tables, carpets, chairs, etc.
A co-operative laundry will soon be es
tablished in Los Angeles in opposition to
the Chinese laundries.
A Remarkable Cure of Scrofula.
William S. Baker, of Lewis, Vego County, Ind.,
writes as follows: "My sou was taken with
Scrofula in the hip when on'.y two years old.
We tried several physicians, but the boy got no
relief from tluir treatment Noticing your
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j of age, and being 6atisiicd L"u*t your medicine
I did him so much good when he used it, we mat
to try again in another ca&e, and write to you to
i get some more. 1e24-isly&wly
THE COURTS.
SLPKKME COCRT.
fsomaaoßt term.]
Moni>ay, Novembers iSSO.
Court met at 2 P. X.< Chief Justice Morrison
presiding Present-Justices McKinstry, Mc-
Kee and Myrick ; J. W. McCarthy, Clerk ; 11. C
Fiukler, bailiff.
County ofSaa Mateo vs. Oallabari— On motion
of Allen, for petitioner, ordered that «n niter
native writ issue herein, returnable before the
Court iv bank oa Monday, Xovemt>cr ISth, at
U A. M.
Kooney vs. Marshall— On motion of MeKnae,
for petitioner, same order.
Marshall et al. vs. Dunn et til.— Motion of JDOo
lin to advance cause frranted : appellant to be
allowed tt-u days to file brief, ami respondent
ten days to reply; cause to be thereupon submit
ted.
llutte County vs. Boydstein et til.— Motion of
I.usk. lor respondent, to dismiss appeal; re
si»f.i]dcnt allowed ten days to rile brief, appel
lant to have ten days to reply, and respondent
tea days to reply thereto.
People v=. Tread well — On motion of Harding,
ordered that appellant be allowed fifteen days
to file brief, respondent fifteen dayi to reply,
and appellant ten dayß to reply thereto. Coun
sel for appellant allowed to withdraw record for
ten day*.
Lame! vs. Miller— Motion by Johnson to dis
miss appeal continued till Monday, November
10th.
People vs. Lampion— Continued till January
term, 1886.
People vs. Otto— Same order.
People vs. Lee <iam— Same order.
People TB, lirii k -Argued lor Hart (or appel
lant uii'l Attorney-General Marshall forrespoHd
ent. Appellant allowed five days to file brief,
and respondent five days to reply.
| [People vs. DtWitt— Artrued by Cutler for ap
pellant and Swinfoid for respondent. Appellant
allowed ten days to file brief.
People vs. Wuug Ah Poo— Pursuant to stipula
tion appellant allowed fifteen days io file brief,
respondent ten 'lays to reply, and ten daya to
appellant to reply thereto.
TUESDAY, November 10th.
People vs. Kdson— Argued by Delmas for ap
pellant and Burchard for respondent. Fivedavs
to respondent to tile brief.
People vs. Ah Toon— Argued by Hamilton for
apiiellaut and Attorney-General Marshall for
respondent. Respondent allowed five days to
file brief.
People vs. French— On motion of Attorney-
General, appellant allowed fifteen days i., He
brief, and respondent fifteen days to reply.
!.. i'.iru- L.i Pratt, on habeas corpus— On mo
tion i>i Johnson, for respondent, cause ordered
submitted on briefs on Die.
[The cases of Smith vs. Stockton and Copper
opolis Railroad Compairy, Meitk vs. Commercial
Insurance Company, Sanderson vs. Hailing, Da
vidson vs. Devine, Judkinsvs. Klliott and Mont
gomery vs. Locke were ordered continued for
the session.]
Klrbyet al. vs. Superior Court of Nevada
County— Ordered submitted on briefs now on
file. •
Lucas vs. Richardson— Bame order.
Hoyt rs. Nevada County Narrow-Uauge K. U.
Co.— Same order.
McKay v*. Joy— Same order.
Wilson vs. Atkinson— Same order.
Haele vs. Bagle — Same order.
Bishop vs. Fulkerth Same order.
Chase vs. Whitinore— Same order.
Chielovlch vs. Krauss et al. same order.
Goodman vs. Griswold- Same order.
Peaatey re. UcFadden et al.— Same order.
llarlan vs. Ely— Same order.
Thompson vs. lioaksum et al.— Same order.
i. olden State and Miners' lron Works vs. Muir
Same order.
Crow vs. Kitta — On motion of Reunion, re
spondent allowed fifteen days to lile brief, and
appellant fifteen days to reply.
Swain et al. vs. Grangers' union of San Joa
(juin County — On motion of Turner, appellant
allowed fifteen days to lile brief, and respondent
fifteen days to reply.
MeKinmyet al. vs. Roberts — On motion of
Bond, appellant allowed ten days to file brief,
and respondent ten days to reply.
McDonald vs. County of El Dorado — Propped
from calendar, to be restored only ujion an order
of the Court.
Forbes vs. County of El Dorado — Same order.
Girdner|et al. vs. Beswiek— Appellant allowed
ten days to file brief, respondent ten days to «e
--ply, and appellant ten days to reply thereto.
The following members of the class of appli
cants for admission to practice having been ex
amined by chief Justice Morrison touching
their Learning and qualifications In the law. or
dered that they be and are hereby admitted to
practice as attorneys and counselon at Juw in
all the Courts of the Slate: 1). \V. Fox. <'. I>.
Dodge, W. H. Hill, J. E. Strong, J. E. Richard
son, w. H. Nutter, W. J. Herrin. 11. Choynski
D. W. Jeokj iin.l Victor L. Hicks.
People vs. Dick— On motion of Spencer, for
appellant. andd iminution of record, ordered that
the Clerk of the lower Court send to this Court a
copy of the proceedings before the committing
magistrate. Appellant allowed fifteen days to
file biief, and respondent fifteen days to reply.
Gates vs. He-Lean— Argued by Hazen lor'ap
pellant and Turner for respondent and sub
mitted.
Boss vs. Brusie— Argued by Turner lor re
spondent.
Murphy vs. Bennett— Ordered submitted on
brief now on file.
Adjourned for the Bession.
SUPERIOR COIKT.
Department One — Van Fleet, Judge.
1 1 esdat, November 10, 1886.
Cavitt vs. Hoamor— Hy consent in open court,
the cause having been settled, ordered that it
\<c dismissed.
In the matter of the estate of I. Sullivan, de
ceased—Jury returned n verdict that testator
u.i< incompetent.
Wcpiirtuient Two— MiFarland, Jndge.
Tuesday, November 10, 1885,
William Wileock vs. Mary Wilcock— Ordered
that plaintiff pay to defendant 125 some time
during the present mouth of November, andtZS
Borne time during December, 1885, for ilic; pur
pose of enabling defendant u> go on with this
suit.
Thomas Pox vs. Joshßs Jones — Cause trans
ferred by consent to tin' county of Coluta for
trial and determination.
Johanna ßchuler vs. Kmuk A. Schulcr— Decree
granteil plain: ill'.
A Remarkable Cure of Scrofula.
Wm. S. Baker, of Lewis, Vego county,
lihl., writes, as follows : " My son was taken
with scrofula in the hip when only two
years old. We tried several physicians, but
the boy pot no relief from their treatment
Noticing your Scovill's Sarsaparilla and
Stillingia, or Blood and liver Syrup,recom
mended so highly, 1 bought some of it of
you in the year 1862, ami continued taking
it until the sores finally healed up. He is
now 1!1 years of age, and being satisfied
that your medicine did him so much good
when he used it, we want to try again in
another case, and write to yon. to get some
more."
Gbobqe Bkbshakd formerly of the Tur
ner Hall Saloon), has taken char; c. of the
Turf Club Saloon, .1 street, between Sixth
and Seventh, and invites all his friends and
patrons to call and sample his fine wines,
liquors and cigars. Fredericksburg lager,
o cents a glass. *
S. Sinay lias purchased the grocery store
son! lnvest corner of Fifth and I. stmt3, of
Mrs. Karrigan, and has added a tine lot of
choice groceries, which will be sold at the
most reasonable prices. He invites his
friends to call. •
Tiik reader's attention is directed to the
card of the American Cash Store which ap
pears in another column. The proprietor,
O. F. Washbmm, has in stock a choice and
select lot of groceries, which he oilers at
bedrock prices. *
MAKHIKI).
Fnirview, Yolo county, November S — Henry W
Ktebter to Annie M. Blickle.
BORN.
Ba-;ranionto, November 7— Wife of Jam^s Mc
<"aw, a son.
San Francisco, November 2— Wife of William F.
Gleeson, a no.
Oregon House, Yuha county, Novenil>er S— Wife
of Simon Yore, a daughter.
DIKD.
Sacramento. November 10— Lillie May, daughter
of C anrl Mury L. Ktowers, a native of Sacra
mento, 1 year and 3 days.
[Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral, which will take
place from the residence of parents, Eighteenth
street, between R and B, this altemoon at 9
o'clock.] •
Sacramento. November in— Miss Mar>' Burns a
native of Ireland, 53 years.
[Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral, which will take
plaie from her late residence, No. 405 X street,
to-morrow (Thursday),|at 8:30 o'clock; thence
to St. Rose Church, where a solemn high mass
wiil be celebrated for the repose of her soul,
commencing at 9 o'clock.] •
Sacramento, November 9— C. H. Wilder, a na
tive ot New Hampshire, 60 years, j months
and 10 days.
[Funeral private.]
Brighton, November 9 — Samuel West, a native of
Vermont, and lately of Sacramento, 18 years
and 2 days.
[Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral, w^hich will take
place from St. Paul's Church, this morning at
11 o'clock]
Sacramento, November 10— Robert Yon Oehl
haffyn, a native of Stuttgart, Germany, 47
years.
[Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral, which will take
place irom his late residence, Fourth street,
between Q and R, this afternoon at 3 o'clock, j*
Tfhen Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria,
■When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Miss, she clang to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Cwtoria,
LADS FROM A TO 12 YEARS OF AGE
CAN BE FITTED WITH A HEAVY
GRAY SATINET SUIT AT $3 50.
THESE SUITS ARE EXTRA
HEAVY AND WELL MADE.
CORDED BACKS AND FRONTS
WITH HALF BELTS BEHIND.
Thoughts for the Fireside.
ISN'T IT AN ADVANTAGE to get
your personal and family supplies almost direct
from the manufacturers, with the consequent
saving in cost ?
ISN'T IT AN ADVANTAGE to not
only get goods of the best qualities, but also of
the latest Eastern and European styles ?
ISN'T IT AN ADVANTAGE to know
that you are paying no more for your goods
than other people who may chance to be better
posted as to the value of what they buy ?
ISN'T IT AN ADVANTAGE to buy
where everything is as represented ? Where
wool is called wool ; silk, silk ; kid, kid, etc. ?
ISN'T IT AN ADVANTAGE to know
that you never pay more and generally much
less for your goods than as if you traded else
where ?
Isn't it an advantage to be able to save
time, steps and bother by supplying all your
wants under one roof ?
Isn't it an advantage to buy where the
assortments are largest, and where the busy
rush of an active trade keeps them bright and
fresh ?
Tf these things are so. then deal with us.
For where else are these and other similar ad
vantages as real and in such active enforce
ment ?
400 102, 404 t 406, 40S X St.. Sacramento.
FELTER, SON & CO.,
1010 and 1018 Second St., Sacramento,
(ORLEANS BUILDING,)
I 3Vt r» O H T 33 H IS
Choice Cognacs, Gin,|
!BLE33SrTXTOIS.-Sr
WHISKIES! |
Minornl Wntcrs !
N. B.— No charges for delivery io Railroad or
■my part of the city. na-ilptf
HOLIDAY GROCERIES. |
Atmore's New Mince Meat (5 ft> pails). ..Sl Oil
Ritter's New Apple Butter (SibpaDs) 75
New Lemon Feel (per B>) lt.
New Sultana Seedless Raisins (per Ih) 20
Boiled Cider (per tiiiart) 75
Cape Cod Cranberries (per gallon) 75
10-Ib Box Choice Raisins 1 !.".
l"' w ltis QoldenC Sugar for 1 00
M%B>a KxtraC Snjjar for 1 00
lsihs Dry Gwmnlatad Bngar for l 00
16 Ihs Choice Dried Flge 1 00
28 r.ars '•Housekeeper Soap"... 100
10 lhs Dried Grapes 1 00
Ha! f-gallnn Cans Strained Choice Honey.. 55
Five Cans Assorted Jellies or Jams f0r...l 00
Four Bars Babl>eU's Soap 'J5
Ltbbr, McSeill & Libby's Corn Bee!
(1 Ih cans) 25
T.H.COOK&CO.
»"33iS rVrroo" Store,
. Klglith iiml 'I streets, Sacramento.
Q2-3ptf
Epithelioma!
OR SKIN CANCER.
For seven years I suffered with a enncer on 1
my face. Eight months ago a. friend re-eoni- I
mended the use of Swift's Specifi';, and I deter
mined to niake an effort to jir.xure it. In this I I
was successful and l^egfln its use. The influ
ence of the medicine at llrst was to somewhat
aggravate, the sore ; but soon the inllammatinn
was allayed, and I began to improve after the
first few bottles. My general health has greatly
Improved. lam stronger and able to do any
kjnd of work. The cancer an my face began to I
fecrease and thu ulcrr to heal, until there is not I
i vestige of it left — only a little scar marks the
place. Mm. jokif. A. McDonald.
Atlanta, Ga.. August 11, lusft.
I have had a<'ancer on n-y face for nmc years, I
•itending from one cheek bone across the nose
to the other. It has given Die a great deal of
pain, at times burning and itching to such an
•xtent that it watt almost unbearable. I com
menced using Swift's Specific in Mny. 1886, and
have used eight buttles. It has given the great
est relief by removing theiuflammation and re
storing my general hea'.th. W. l; „ ■■ -
Knoxville, lowa September 8, 18K>.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
The Swift SpkcificCo., Drawer 3, Atlanta. Ga.
S. V., 157 W. 23d St. Fes lyAwly
1884. FIHST I'REMICM. 1880.
THK UOBT RUNNING
DOMESTIC SEWINC MACHINE.
¥jK>U.OWIsa IS A COPY OF THK REI-ORT
Jj of the committee composed of three practl- i
machinists: • The eommit'ee has decided
at, considering points of simplicity, jof wra
rnction, durability and style of finish', the Do
ertic Sewing Macnine is e'niitied to First >"re
um."
A. J. POMMER, Agent, SOS J St.. Sacramento.
E'.'-tnpMvr.s !
MRS. FLEISSNER-LEWIS,
aduate of the College ot Music, Cincinnati,
WILL GIVE INBTBIXTTON IN
"^7" ooa. X Culture.
tesidence, U-4 X street. o2fr-3nlm
HONK FISHERMAN^
WE FINEST FIVE-CENT CirfAH IN THI
Market. Also, a fine line of Imported and
ey West on hand, at 996 X street.
■HU m R. R PCTTIT. PTOPTietnr.
OPENING DAY.
JTI'RPHY A O'MARA, FORMERLY OF THE
J_ Model Saloon, have removed to
507 X Btre«t, between Fifth and Sixth.
Fine Beer, Wines, Liquors andCgarson han
Give us a call. oli-iplm
A. LEONARD & SON,
No. 1014 FOUETH STREET,
OKFF.K FOR SALE A
S» 3P Xj 3E3 OST 331 D
Foothill Farm!
AT A SACRIFICE.
TT CONSISTS OF IS ACRES VINEYARD, OR-
X chard and Garden: U) acres Alfulfa Land I
WO acres have been in Grain; 280 acres Pasture,
all tillable: large two story House and Furni
tme; 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: lii"> cords cut
Wood; abont 2,000 cords standing Wood: I Work I
Bones; 2 yeaning Colts; J Cue Cows and Calves; I
100 Hogs; 200 Chickens; 3 Wagon.-: 1 new Mower; I
1 new Rake: 1 Hay l'ress and all fanning im- I
plemenU: :i r > miles can! from Sacramento; stages I
pass the door daily; the place has been kept as I
a public house over 25 years, and is for sale on I
account of the death of owner; a portion of I
purchase price can remain secured by mortgage. I
Price. 88,500. aulS-:'.plm
CAN DV FACTOfrYT
MRS. E. M. WIEDMANN, NOS. 118 J STREET
and 110 X street (Metropolitan Theatei I
Building). Manufacturer and Wholesale and
Retail Dealer in all kinds of Candies and NuU.
anl2-3ptf I
' (^S'—^rf~s -~J5 !h I cure yourself with DB. I
j jj-.-f'fCTßlc Btwl _-! lioiiXi/s (new im
and death. Thousands testily to its pricelea
value. Whole family can wearsame belt. Cure*
without medicine Pains in the Back, Hips, Head I
or Limbs, Nervous Debility, I inubugo, ftwrii
Debility, Rheumatism, Paralysis, Neuralgia. I
Sciatica, Disease of Kidneys, rpiual I)isea-«ee, I
Torj'id Liver, Gout, .Wbma* Heart Disease, Dys- J
pepsia, Constipation, Erysipelu, Indigestion, I
Rupture, Catarrh, Piles. Epilepsy, Ague, Dla- I
betes. Send stamp for pamphlet. W. ). HOKNK,
Inventor. l*roprietor and Manufacturer, 191 Wa
bash avenue, Chicago, 702 MAKKET STREET,
3AX FRAS'CI.SCO. CAL. M-3pAwtf
DR. C. I WEST, PIONEER INVESTOR
111 11 T!"C IJEI^TS
The only Belt in —^ JBELT which I
the world which can A -/>—' can be charged I
l>e charße«l alone 1) : — without acids. I
wlih water. Jl.noo v^ »^x Guaranteed to I
reward for any other f ~ cure all dis- I
eases without medicines. Price, SlO. Send for
pamphlets to DX. C. N. WEST, Sole Inventor,
Patentee and Proprietor, 652 Market street, San
KIRK, GEARY A CO.. Agentg, Sacramento. I
apS-UpMWF&wtf
A GREAT EEDUCTION IN
Roller Skates! l
BEFORE PL'RCIIAfeISG ELSEWHERE, GET
PRICES FP.OM
Huntington.HopMns&Co i
IRON, STEEL AND COAL.
o:s-u>tt
I SKATES I SKATESI
UCES REDUCED ON CLUB -^
and Rink Skates. Send !'or«^"ti7 a»
Llogue, and state about howjjk,/ . W> -.
ly yasi may want.
WIKSTKR & CO., ! SP
a, 17 New Montgomery st., San Francisco.
016-tplm
IONEER LIVERY STABLE.
D. SCRIVKR, ... Proprietor.
"ACK9 O> CALL AT AN? HOTJH,,^^
day or night. Coupes, PhatrtOGS.fi 8%
jkaways, Barouches, Buggi en, with * "
best roadsters to be found in an; Uvtry
ile on the coast, tor hire. Homos kept ie
>ry at reasonable rates. livery Stable on
irUi rtreet, between I and I, n7-tl
SAMUEL ffE3Z.,Xj"S".
Watchma ker and Jeweler.
W^B.MILLER WATCHIIERandJEfIER,
628JST.,UI!AESEVgMTH._ fau. GOODS 'j^ZHLetM.^
JOHN 13REUNER,
Trnoi.ESAi.E ahh retaii, dsaueb in
PAELOE SETS, LOUNGES, EXTENSION TABLES, MIRRORS & ROCKERS
OF EVERY DBSCBIPTION.
Nos. 604-. eoa and 608 X STREET, nS-3x.tf] _ SACRATIENTG.
SJ LEADING JEWELER OF SACRAMENTO. JSfe
SIGN OF TOWN CLOCK. " SSMiJK
JJo. 318 J street j024-3un &Ac^.'etxa.^^* n
JAS. <3-. DAVIS, I Dnwiniin-n/i Tu^ZT^ m
411 X street. Sacrum, -nto. ' V\\VX\ j Tfi I P.VPPTQ htP
WHOLE-ALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN | AUI UiIUH), \jaipCli3j LiUj,
*S- Country ord-rs solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed. „, . ,
i7%WATCUMAKEIW & JEWELERS, 4«S .1 Sl reet, bet. Konrtt, ;..,d I ifrt, T^\
P^Asa in WATCHES, JEWELRY AND DIAMONM, Reneiri, -in a i: l^tSiM
''■•aflCh*-^H^p.?c;*jlty. uudcr MX. FLOBERtf. Agentl f..- ROCagJOSP WATCH <"^NU*\NY.ja6^
BASKING HOUSES.
NATIONAL BANK
D.O. Mills & Co.,
BAGBAMXEtIU UAL.
OAPfTAX. AND BCKPUJS 9-180,000.
EDGAE IQLL9 _ I > re'!ide:! t .
B. FKEKTISa BUTTB Vice President.
FRANK MILLER Cashier.
CHAS. F. DILLMAN Ass't Cashier
DZKECTOBB:
D. 0. MILLS, EDGAR MTIXB,
W. E. CHAMBERLAIN. CHAS. F. DILLMAN, !
g. PRENTISS SMITH. ull-tptf
SACRAMENTO BANK,
The Oli^en-t BAVmes Bank in tiik City,
Corner J and Fifth street*, Sacrauieuto.
GUARANTEED CAPITAL, SrtOO.OOO.— PAID
up Capital 8200,000. L<;iiu^ on Real 1.-
July 1, is-. 1 ), SJ.OU-; -. Term and Oi :: ary De
posits, July 1, lss. r '. 81,965,521. Torm and Or
dinary Deposita received, and Dividends paid in
January and July. Money Loaned upon Htal
Estate only. Tnis Bank do-t-s exclusively «
Savings Bank business. Information furnished
on application to \V. P. COLEMAN, Preddent
El). K. Hamimhs, Cashier. 024-is6m
PEOPLE'S SAYINGS BANK"
Office — No. 400 J ntroet, Sacramento.
Capital Stock Paid Up $225,237 00.
Interest Paid ou Deposits Semi-Annually.
■©«- rtji'iit'y Loaned on Real Egtate Only.
WM. BECKMAN, President.
Wm. F. HrsTOOS, Becrctary. u2'J-6m
CAUFORNIA STATE BANK.
Doe« a Genera! Banking Kaslnese.
*9~ Draws Escliango on all the principal ;
cities of tte world.
OFFICEK.3 !
President _ N. D. RIBEOTT.
Vice-Prssident FREDERICK COX. i
Ga-ihier A. ABBOTT. |
DIBKCTOBSi
a W. fLAKE, UEO. C. PERKINS,
JO3KPH STF.FFENS, J. R. WAI'OON,
N, D. RIDEOVT. FKKDKHICK COX,
A. ABBOri'. n^_
CHAS. CKOCKEi:. K. C. WOOLWOBTH, W. H. CKOf KRB
CROCKER, WOOLVVORTH&CO. |
S2» riae Street San Franclnco, !
Carry ci: a fteneral Banklns Eusiness. Cor
resptmdents in the rtiucipal Cities of th«
IfMtom StHtes and in Europe. aijC-iplm
Rainy Season !
Bay Your Farm in Timel j
SWEETSER& ALSIP, ]
Real Estate and Insurance Agents, j
Ofler the following Bargains. Will ex- ;
change for other good property :
No. 85.— SS to !«->0 per acre. We have |
subdivided into 20 and v< acre tracts, 640 acrea i
of laml cm line of railroad, at Now England 1
Mills, Placer county , :; niiles fronKJolfax. The j
land requires no irrigation; '^raiiesKrowuupon
lands adjacent were awarded the first pre- |
miuin :u btate Fair. 1883, and are in great do- I
mand for Eastern Shipment. Every acre can i
be brought under cultivation: located in a .
warm belt; always an abundance of rain; no I
snow, aud vines aro never injured by fro-i; !
terms moderate.
Xo. 86— * M.1 i>er acre; 1» »n<l :JO acre
tracts near Jlortn, Sacramento county ; no im- ;
provements; Uiis is also good fruit lani, and Is ;
near snipping point. ;
>'o. 80 <85 per acre; CO acre* of choice i
fruit or grain land, 2 miles lrom Sacramento
postofice; unlimited supply of water ax depth
of 80 feet; soil, mellow loam, with enongD
gravel lo make it friable.
No. 91— *.■> per acre; 8,880 acres, all un
ilcr fence and cross-fenc.t; 4,200 under culti
vation; all can be *-a.sily cultlyatedi good OP
chani and vineyard; well watered and tim
bered; 800 head cattle, mo-tly cows; 120 head ;
hozses and mules can be purchased with toe I
place.
No. 98— 81,150: .1 acres near Ophir. IM>»
-cer comity, t al.; l acres in orchard; blackber
ries and strawberries; dwelling oJ five rooms; j
si,*. Mo for three nones; -nra-KOxi-Bhed and chick- '.
en-honse; l horse, 2 cows, ■ bogs, 15 chickens. ]
Ho. »HSt,->00 ; 160 acres known as '
"Bay's" Ranch, near Grass Valley. Amndor .
oounty; small orchard: 80 acres now tillable; !
balance in limber-, with plenty oi wood; build- '
ings good; title, U.S. patent.
No. '.to— 9S.ooo; 300 Bcrea land. ~ milcH !
west from (ihiss Valley, 280 ai rei being of rich :
red soil; aOocr Badooe; all will produce elo- ■
ver; 100 vines; small orchard; '.' horses (three
of them took premiums at Nevada County •
Fair, i.nMj; cow aiul cal? ::i) chickens, hay !
press, spring wagon, four-hone wagon, plows,
barrow, harness ami ;i!l Canning tools go with ;
the land; dwelling of i rooms, lair; other ;
buildings good; this i.~ .-i good chance for a ■
party haviuga few head ot stock; reason for ;
selling, part; desires to go East.
No. 100-*«,O00: 180 acres; ISO cleared,
upon which there are 5 acres In vineyard, 12
acres in orchard, l ;iore raspberries; 30 acres
under fence; timber scattered over the place *
enough for wood for famiir use; cleared land (
a red ilate; balance granite; tour living j
spring.*; Hear Kiyer l>i;<h runs through the '
pla.e; this place Is 2 miles from Auburn and
3% miles from Newcastle, Placer county, and ;
near a good school.
No. lOt— •4,600; 100 ncre« V. S. patent: '
known us the "Magnolia Ranch," ou the .
Smith Fork of the American river, on .-ta«e
road between Auburn and Placerville,
El Dorado county; there are 3 acres in
vineyard. 1 acrea in orchard, Vi acres ;
in grain: 120 acres cleared, 140 acres I
fenced into tivc fiel'L-.; good two story frame
dwelling of 11 rooms: good barn ami outbuild
ings; the land is oi black loam and is well
adapted to the growth oi 'ill kin.l- of fruits;
wagons, tools, etc., can be purchased it de
sired.
No. 103— 4.V, acre*, 3 naOu east from Loo
mi". Placer county: sma'.l orchard; tOaeresin
alfalfa; small patch berries; gravel house, good I
bam, granary and outbuildings: 28 head of j
cattle anil calves, 10 ho^g can be bought with '
the place if wauted- this place has seven fine
springs of water: :v- acres of ths land is
cleared, and 100 acres under fence, divided ,
into two fields: the name for fruit producing i
land iv this locality amkes this tract, of laud v
very desirable one. i*rice, •'45 per acre; ene
half wui -tarn l on mortgage.
No. 103—8'l,0n0; II acres of 3n« fruit or
vegetable land, otT tbe M-street toad, one-iuilf
mile ;rom riacrameuto: a young orchard w in
excelltut couilitipn; iinprovda'.'nts upon the
place are exceptionally good-Uie locality is
convenient: oaa loing bnalnesi in the city and
dl siring ahesne outside the city limits should
view this pluox before purc.baßing elsewhere.
No. 104 ST.OOO; 440 ncr-js: 340 oX which
are tillable: 100 acres cleaned; 300 acres feiKe.l
into o liclite: good house, iarn and oul-build
ings; all Uxils, 1 spring wagon, 1 fanner- wa
gon, 1 buggy (nearly new . 1 sets work harness
buggy, haruess and nayprcSfc included iv pric;';
abuudaHt iiving water; numerous springs;
g(»d irrigaliou facilities lrom v ditch running
near like laud; one half cash; balance on long
time at low interest.
No. 105— »12 p«?r acre; 160 acre* good
(^■aiu land. 3 miles east from roniine, Tenama
county; will exchange for city property; this
is a fine bargaiu.
We have a large list of other good
lands suitable for stock-raising and
agricultural use.
*»• SEND FOR CATALOGUES. •%»
Or apply to
SWEKTSEB & ALSIP.
n't- 1013 Fourth street, Sacramento.
A. H. POWERS & CO.
t (SCCCKWORB TO WILCOX. POWEEB A Co.)
; WINE AND LIQUOR MEBCHANTB,
No. SOS X St., SacramentOi C"*!. :. 1-.--J
HOTELS A!TI» KJWTAURAJTB.
GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL,
Corner Seventh »nd X streets.
WBTRICTLY FTe ST-CLA3S.-f|
Free 'Bus to and from the Cars.
nS-if W. O. BOWiatS, Proprietor.
WESTERN HOTEL,
HOB. SO9 TO alO X STREET,
rpHK: E BLOCKS FBOM RAILROAD !>EPOT.
i- --■■>■•' i ' ■ 5« and Family Hotel of 8«o
-ramento, ftu. The most conrenient to tosi.
office, Exprea aad Land I ■ ..-., and
ruu'i •. Bleala, 23 erata. Kir-t
-class In all its appointment! 1 be coach to and
from the H«iteL WM. LAN.. :■■ rietor.
1 .JO-tf
PACIFIC HOTEL,
. Comer X liiul 1 iftli Stxeeta, Saeramcoto.
I /^KNTiiAI.I.Y LOCATED AKD COKVESIKST
\j to all places of am ■ Tliabestlam
liy hotel in tbe city. Tbe Table always supplied
with the best the mnrkt-t affords. Street '-h.-s
from the depot pass the door every Dveminutea
Meals, »« cento. C. F. bLNGLtION Prop
n.'ojf
CENTR AITTToUseT
818au<l B.'o K»t., bet. Eighth *nd Ninth.
BOARD, t. ( -r wet k "v
BOARD AND LODulKf ". te'tott
' ;i - ALS »-». a -c:m
IJOKM.KJN BROS., Proprietor.
«9~ Street Cars fti m . ■• poi pass the loorerer*
flve a>K :.:.-s. -^«_
FISHER'S DINING-ROOMS.
TTEfRT FISHER, 'ill!: WELL KKOWN
1 ' ' ' ' : has if-Min assumed management
of the above well-known Dinlng-itKjns, 510 j
street, were he will be pleased to receive the
continued patronage of the public nml former
patrons of the house. Special attention jriven
to ßanqnete and Wedding Cakes. ol'.'-lm
* J JM|fek-
STATE HOUSE,
Corner X ;mil Tenth streets. Sacramento.
(HAS. 11. KLi'Kr !>, Ii: n OCrOB.
*i>"I!o;iril and Lodging, Sfl t.> 112 per week;
Ringle Meals, 25 cents; single Rooms, 50 cents.
Fine Wines al the i;..r. Billiard Room attached.
Free ur- Ibw to and from the Bouse, street
.-. olft-tf
CAPITAL HOTEL,
BACBAMXNTO,
CORJTHR SEVENTH AND X STKKKTS.
BI.KSSIXG 4 GfTEKIK, Proprietors.
4*"Free OnuiiVue to and frcm the <Jsjs"*>
OWH
AMERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL,
SANVOMK BTKKET, - K AN FRAN'-ISC'O, CAL.
ThiK hotel is inthc TC-ry center of the bnal-
Deas portion of the city. The trave'>i:ig public
will inifl this to be the most coaifortatj'.e and re
spertaule Hotel in the city. Board and room,
X, Jl 2S aud *l BO per day." Hot aad Cold Baths-
Frac. Free < oaeh to and Irons the Hotel.
Ql3 CHA«. MIINTiKiMKRY (k 8F.0.. Props.
TO MY OLDPATRONS.
"T BTTXi OFFF.R MY VALUABLE BEBVIOBB
Jl if you are wa anfbrtnnatc a.s to require them.
With a c;ind manned and enriched by stndiesof
an advanced order, ; can sa£elj say tliat there Is
hardly ?. rH««n«» in the catali.tne of hiuoan ills
that 1 ruuuot treat to a em i enftti lane,
LADIES—] r.m always Mad; to H:-s:-rt you. My
past kranrladM bai been tscreaaed by eitensivo
experience. lam ik.tv rS-y.c to treat yon with
the certainty] o; success. No cate pt^uliar to
ytrardeUoateonaidsmlakeYond my sure control.
My Poaale Monthly Uedlcines mo sapwior lo
any offered heretofore* and will be warranted to
hnve tbe desired effect i'j all ca*c».
Thoso ot the public who need my «errice« can
depend upon gentlemanly, houoral.le and -ci
entific treatment at reasonable mtes.
1 addMM partioula^.y thoxu who have boon it
jure<l by yor.'.hfu! Indiscretions, and those who
nave contracted lor a! di^casea.
Persons aUliit'jil can 4! th>y prefer, consult
me by letter, detailing the symptoms of the di»
ease or trouble, anrt receive medicines by ex
press, with f>i:l Instructions. All letters "mm t
be directed : J. K. JO6BXLYS, M. D., J26 ButU r
street, t-an Fram kne, Cs.l.
Cure warranted in all cawr, or no pay re
quired. Conftultatioa, p<r^nually or by letter,
gratis. Sciid forVxok. CoicfonablehjMirtmenis
Forpatic'itH at my Ir_2rra."i.ry (when desired),
with expHrieuced nun>j».
Consultation Parian 336 u ui:«;rs»rpel, adjoin
ing the Young Mi-ii'6 CbrlaUan Aeicxialioa
Buildi!:it.
OHico Hours — Fi-ok ') a m. to « p. si
My l>ip:o!ua h.kiii*;* la uty of?i v -4i.
Purcha'* zjy P>«iy oii ny&Aogf and Marri
age. Box Kale br all new«'.< alers.
J. H. -Irl^M.. )•-. :,l. D.
I
I 02-SpU
I^RTWOOD'S
; LIVER REGULATOR !
' QRIYESSAL VEGETABLE PAHACEA
j OF CONCENTRATED EXTRACTS.
Prepared from t!n< Active Medicinal
Pn»p«Tti«\s Cuiitaiiicil la
Mandrake. Dandelion, ttutternut, Black
Soot, Bog Bar..*-, Bitter Knot, Blood
Root, (,'alisiy:i Hark, Barlierry
BarV, Sweet Flag, Indian "
Herup, Wa-a-Hoo,
Golden Sea!, etc.
For the Speedy and Permaaont Relief of the
uuist hopeless cases of
I»\ -l><.«-i:i, .l;iiiinli< -.-, Chills and Fever,
1):- .r.t. . «-.i Uigextion, Mclc Headache,
General Debility,
And all o*her diseafes arising from a Biiiors
Btatt of the Stomach, or an inactive or
L'ifeascd Liver.
REDINGTON & CO.,
- Son ! mnc i-rci _ Agents.
<8~ For sale by all druggitts. ol>"ply
BWIIBBOi May 24, 1581.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
' f CHSKSTUIXX CZKTIFV TO THK FACT
; X that Mr. FRANK ROGERS has tuned and
cleaned Pianos for xae and many of my cus
tomers in '.hbi(it> to mine nnd thtiri*:rfect satis
faction. I wish him sucsess. A. HEY MAN.
Asentof Stcinway i 800a 1 I'ianos.
Kf- The a'oove is only one of many recom
i m"udatious in my possession.
FKANK ROGERS.
1 • Orders Tor Tuning and Repairing Pianos caa
be left at Sawtelle's Bookstore, 70S J Btreet.o2o-tf

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