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GAILY RECORD-UNION 1
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MONDAY _ KOTKHBKB 14, ISB7
TO-DAY'S LEADING NKWS TOPICS.
The five decease:! AunrchisU wore buried near
Chicago yc-terday will much pomp and cere- \
niony.
Yerterjay was a day of rioting in London,
caused by an attempt to lioM a meeting in
Trifalgar Srjuare.
A man is under arrest in Idaho whom the
officers believe to bo the veritable Pete Olsen.
The townof North lslooinficld, Nevada county,
■■I II ml J escaped destruction by (ire ou Satur
day.
SCHOOL SUPE RINTENDENCY AGAIN.
\ Kjentaesssaj stated liefora the Teachers'
in.-titiiU- in this city last week that the
duties of StijKTintcndent of Schools are
clearly defined by the law. He therefore
thin 1 - that the Kkcokh-Union's estimate
of the proper qualifications ol such an offi
cial are based on a misapprehension. He
added that the Su;>eriiitendent has little
power and that chssige »> not always re
form. That is to wty, then, that the
Superintendent is little more than clerk
for the Hoard of Kduratiou. The Kwohp-
L'xiON thoroughly uuder.laiids tin- law in
the cane. The Superintendent) it an exec
utive officer of the Hoard. 1 1* can make
motion* before it and introduce resolutions.
Practical ly, at times, liv voice decides the
policy of the P.oard. In its vacations ho id
as emphatically as one can l>e Superintend
ent. He can Minpend teachers ; he can ex
ercise watchfulness over the schools ; his
advice to teachers is very nearly an edict,
and is rarely disolx-yed. He is the coun
selor and advisor of the Board. For it
b° ' ■'• uVwaUii .-..itoliintly o»er tlie
wlun ■'.-■, ;•< ■[■ort 'lelin(jonc;n and «ug(;es<t
tefornip. in fact, he lias sudi power
that he i^ a great dual more than s
clerk. He should not inspire physical fear
Imt the fear that authority awakens, that
i.« bom of respect for the office and the
soundness lad firniiiejjs of the judgment
that ufaiiniltalß it. i«'or these and ob
vious reasons besides, a Superintendent of
Sch" .:■ OQght to be one familiar with the
theory and practice of education ; one who
d.",jr, 11..1 mistnVe " change " for "reform;"
one abreast with educational advancement
and ujkhi whom a IJoard of
Education may lean if need be,
and in whose judgment u]>on educational
matters it can plac- its trust We repeat, 1
and there i.s id »U9c«Hfiil reply to be
made, that the people in selecting men to
nerve as Superintendent of the schools,
should select edneaton fortified by experi
ence; not crank* with Utopian ideas; not
trigOtß with hut a bii\gle y>ur[>oiie; not
skilled clerks or mercantile men ; uot men
desirous of the office incume as a supple
mant to revenue from private l>ut
edneaton skilled a* sock, whose lives an.'
devoted to the science of education, :ind
whose whole time will l>c given to the
service of the school ujtthua. We should
exercise as much good SBBM, we rejient, in
choosing SaperintensVeatfi of Schools, as in
■electing cooks for our kitchen.
MISCHIEVOUS UTTERANCE.
Bayi the San Frsauisoe I'.raminer :
I be punishment of the Anarchists wan n»t an
incident of ordinary juklioe; ll was an act oi
war. ll was Beaut lo row the enemies of so
ciety, aul it bassneesetfed. There wa» plenty
of Ulk of throwing Ikwili-, ye-lonlay, hut no
Vnnil.B were thrown It in tbiv hroad principle
ot public policy that gave the Chicago authori
i :i,.'ht 10 iimin men. whu, under ordinary
circumstances, would «caicvtv have been pros
ecuted. It may ha»o U*e» a hardship to the
! examples to make tbem snflbr lor an
offense which thousand* before them had c»m
m:ti..! with impunity, but tliiufrs had readied
a point Xt which individual feelings and in a
measure, itidiridual jostioe, had to l>c over
looked for the safely of fcociety. The llaymar
ket riot was tlu> critical point at w Inch diuflfa -
tion hau to be met if it weie m>t to involve tlio
j.ovrcrn of c»r<lt.r in n bloody- Mltl^kle WliO»O t'li'l
could not be foreseen. Tlie !ri:il o' the Annrch
i:t was niiiuiimiiy under the taen eilsttng com
mon sad Matute law, hut it. wasiealljr under a
»ort of ex i><»il fiieto law of public necessity.
Tne jury were ippyoaod to In' convinced be
yond r. reasonable douln thnl I-itißsr, Fischer
ami tlicir companion* were arcissoricw before
th<? fan to the murder of I'olicpman began.
What tin y were actually convinced of whs that
the defendants were utility of a tieasoimblc
conspiracy «<Mi:ist H'iciety ; that they were dy
n.".miters on principle, and that if they did not
throw the purtirulnr bomb in question, nor
know who did throw it, they wvie impable of
throwing it. and m'ght (hunt one next time.
I tie Examiner In either denims <if pro
mulgating the Mac iden that there is
panishmi nt in thin country for opinions'
sake; that we recognize j^lilital crime
ami condemnation fur it ; or else it is ww
fuliv ignorant of tin- law; ami (if (In- f;u.U
of tiie trial and conviction of the ( hieago
.i~-:i«sins. They »vre tried for murder
iir,tl. r the ordinary laws of the Btateof
Illinois Ibrbiddiag the Ukiag of human
life. They were DO) tried for political
opinions entertained or expressed, hut fur
the murder of s.-veM polka odaoera, who
•ere, m representative* of tlie people, dk
charging their swan duty injma irrinc the
puMic peace. This idea that die :i.-.5.-issiiwt
were made martyrs for the arnttmr nta cv
tcrtnined is mischievous, fklae and atnird.
It they iviti- martyrs, what were the police
men fur whaK murder, they were iudirlcd,
and b y their peero found |tulty? Such
exprewioas aa we lave quoted froaathe
Examiner will Ik- wised upon l.y Aaarchiabj
to m:ti.l abroad, to fortiry Uu-ir aaawn liuai
that the Chicago nrarderera were h aged
for eatertainmeat and expression of cer
tain ojKiiwi-, when the troth is there
roil Id l>c nothing fnilhia from the lait.
The San FfawaSOO Alto, with .•oiniiund
»!■!«■ promptness, relmke^ the 17V— ll'ail for
it* dangerous liinirplitai It says:
It is i.ot tnio that llii'^' men were hung fcr in
tendiary tpcecbrs -■ ;..u «ir from an overt act
nut ia • eajpiud oSause nnderew lawa. They
Botanlradraedatid iiicued ranrder, tat wen
pioved bj totttmon} iliai. i.s u-A inn«aehed t»
h:ivo !:u-i direct part i;i that crime l>> the
Btatdet of seven OScen of t li <• lan mid the
wnun V.ag of sixty otbera. 1 hey were tried just
as they would hare Uvu l.ad they boeu cut-
Ptttasa, killing for inoucy. No r:t:iit Riven an
KViis.' i ru.'in by our !.-iv> « v denied tluiM. No
weU-aetUed n:it- <•!" ertdenee wes tiolated in ><■-
ourin.t oud deTelopin^ the toHiioK'ny agiiliift
them Defended by able rnuiire!, U.r'rt' wa> no
limit 10 their onportuuity to prove tbcmselvn
free, except inch*! tiu- law en forces upod all
citizen?.
They had conspired to eomuiit mvrderand
they aid murder. To say that "toes* depart
ure fr^iu ordinary ru.es of law n;;(i erW« n< c • I
the proceedingi thai culminated la FrMay'a
strauglinjs could be jtKtified only if it named
likely 1. 1 ;rodncp a greater Bpod," -is to utter a
mo>: atnv ions Hti.i indefenujble libel, nuwort.iy
of an Ainerie*!! journal. To nld to this falae
nwid. that other tii.it vo lon -»...! tiie iiiethrtK
•oi toreigTi KpTßfakn." in order!.. re«cn these
U>useth« exact language of every Aa
ooniruented upon the ease
oofoonntw" and trcafJ l! " ; - 1 ' Ifcel npoo
Skaix-fox hae appeared is San Fnm
daco in a Tindenlfonn, tad what is s lir -
I>r:-uvr. ii did not mtile its advert in low
■ad filthy qoarten, bat b asctkm of the
oiiy mart cksanly. According i repeal* in]
the city journals of v ■.-ioi-.1:,;.-, cMas of
t!>v diaewe hare been fraud vttere jeasi
Bxptcted, am! in uiuny iutencea tlicr.- ha.-.
K-en rareful oooeeslaart gfthe RttaH-pox
prorailiaa in banana (a . :i< kiy-.-ttlod
(jiiarters. Men luvc- appeared upon the
streets iVvcn-a » iih ;!n- dinaae, and sev
eral have valked into tbe Qealtb (.Xiitv
and ask-.H 1 . for aiil and adrkc wbo were in
the first stages of it. With cadi oondi
tioiis in San Kr;in<ivA>, \-iti' vhicb Bac
rauicnto has intim.i; datlr by rail
and water, it would ajipcar to be the pail
of xriEdom to insist ?nx>n vacctaaUon Itere
tlx»roug!i!y. [tistiieoae chief neaasof
st:'.: ;■::;■: oat Jif dtteaSQ «n<i pMVBDt&ag
its Msanltu^ the ci^r. Isut at ilil- saruo
tici?, it would I* well to clean dmin-,
vaults Bad ?ew?rs,ili.iis>fi.vt llu-iu, aad gen-
orally purge the city to the fall extent
: of present ability.
It is a matter upon which California™*
can congratulate themselves that the deci
sion has been arrived at to hold the Na
tional Teachers' Convention for 1888 in
California. This will bring to the State
several thousand intelligent men and
women, capable of judging us fairly, and
whose judgment and report on their re
turn to the Bast will do much to correctly
j inform public thought concerning thu
I State.
THE STATE'S HEALTH.
Meteuroloslcal CundltionH Influence the
Death Kate In a Marked Degree.
The circular of the State Board of Health,
issued by the Secretary, Dr. Gerrard G.
Tyrrell, for October, is at hand and, as
usual, is full of interesting facts and ex
cellent suggestions. He says : "In the
reports received from eighty-four towns in
which deuth.l occurred during the month of
October, we find a mortality of 1,040 in an
estimated population of 707,460, which
gives a percentage of 1.13 deaths per thou
sand in the month, or an annual rate of
15.58. This is an increased mortality from
the prcooding months, and singularly cor
roborates the opinion of Dr. JI. Uaker, the
accomplished Secretary of the State Board
of Health of Michigan, that il eteor logical
conditions influence the deatL rate in a
marked manner, especially in diseases of
the respiratory organs and o:4er mucous
outlets of the body."
The causes of death are clateilied as fol
lows: Consumption, 149; acute pneumonia,
61; acute bronchitis, 11; congestion of the
lungs, 10; cholera infantuni, 51; diseases of
stomach and bowels. 44; diphtheria, 30
--orouj), XI; scarlet fever. 4; measle.H,7; small
pox, 2; whooping cough, 4; typbo-inalarisl
fevers, 5; typhoid fever, fWittent a :fd*
intermittent WtGra, 7; ccrebro-spiaal fever,
17, cancer, 27; eryiipeias, 2; heart diseases,
iB; .ilcoho.ism, 12; other causu.s, 4fi3,
A WORD ABOUT CHOLE:IA.
Cholera has thus far been confined to
passengers of the infected shipj. which ar
rived with it on board. The Stale Board
of Health of Illinois, through its indefati
gable Secretary, Dr. Itaucb, and l)r. De-
Wolf, Health Officer in Chioagj, have
traced all, or nearly all, the passengers dis
charged from the steamer Indepjndente,
but no cholera has as yet developed among
them. Dr. DeWolf will have alllhe cloth
ing, etc , disinfected as fast as c ifceovered •
thismay ay«rt tv? danger. Essence tells
us that the larger part of epidemic disease is
borno by tire laboring classes, and it is
among them that the ravages of cholera
would be most destructive, as by the nature
of their occupation they are, as a rule, ren
dered more susceptible to ciisease. It,
therefore, becomes the duty of the author
ities to .see to it that the houses, tenements
and building, where these classes live are
rendered as healthy and as clean as posti
ble. The artisan, the laborer and the wage
worker cannot change their place of abode
at will, in order to escape a pestilence;
they must abide where they make their
living; they cannot flee to the mountains
or to the sea if cholera invades our shores.
Humanity, then, insists that in view of a
probable invasion of cholera, a general
cleaning »p takes place throughout the
State. Let each town see that its cesspools
are emptied, its wells cleaned out, its water
supply thoroughly examined, its refuse
and garbage burned, every preparation
made in the way of cleanliness, so that if
pestilence invades our borders and attacks
our homes, the poor and the wage worker
will at least have as fair a chance of sur
vival as the well-to-do and the rich, who
can choose their habitation at will.
SUICIDE AT WOODLAND.
Jack Gibxou Taken His Lire with I.Hiid-
Bnunt.
Saturday a young man stepped into the
Capital Hotel, at Woodland, and registered
as J. A. Gibson, of Xapa. He was assigned
to room No. 13. He sat around the hotel
office most of the day, was of very quiet
demeanor, pleasant company, and engaged
in friendly games of cards for cigars with
other guests. .Saturday night about 0
o'clock the proprietor heard very heavy
breathing in room 13. The door was un
locked, and be weiu in and turned the
guest over on his side, thinking him
" full of U«r." About ;> i/clock yes
terday morning the proprietor went
au'sin fo the reota to call Gibson
«nd found him lying in tbe same position
that he had led bin the night before, dead.
The Coroner, L. O. Stephens, was imme
diately notified, and look choree of the re
miiins. A Kkcoki> QaiOß representative
who happened "to be in Woodland, visited
the scene. The deceased, a man perhaps
of ">■) years, auburn hair and mustache, wss
rather pood-looking and had intelligent
features. In ons corner of the room was
bih grip biuM, in another his trunk. On the
little stand-table at the foot of the bed was
an empty four-ounco via! labeled laudanum,
ami an empty beer i;!ais, which contained
a few drops of the poison, and from which
:he deadly potion evidently had been
drauk. l!eßiJe the beer glass were the
remnants of his last Cigar, and a stump of
a cigarette, which contained less opium
than the deadly potion which he had
drank. That it was a clear case of suicide
was made plain from the following letters,
written in a clerkly hand, and which were
steeed beside the c apt; bottle :
Woodland. November 12, I*B7
My l*>t account, .-iusy 1 lesve you. Whut I
lean It i» to Lacy Smith Brown Bottler. Good
bye arthm Bock, you are a good boy. It was
nij :irpt discharge, end 1 feel heartbroken.
Lfi my relative* know it fur a fact iv Caspar,
Meßdoclso county. Druggist you are not to
blame. I oasse boss Napa, J. a. Snsosi.
On a scrap of brown paper were several
BOtes, amongst which were the following :
" 1 riSe for the last time. I will drink tlie
dr'iK^.ii the bitter cup. Oh! the black drug I
iK-M i.ic it."
"Conner bury me toOB in the name of mv
Crector. Ha*e eight littlo Sunday-school Rirls
sing over my grave "
■1 ! re's my secoad dote. 1 warn to do ,-i good
J..K"
" Hitter Ma&: flense we my nMssssje is ear
ned to niv Iriend, I.nio Huiith Mown Bottler.
"Jai.k Kiimon."
Press Notes.
Tbe n«w paper, the Bigmd, published at
Davisrille by < barks T.'Mack, is a bright
and newsy weekly paper, which honors
alike its proprietor and the town in which
it is published. Its business columns testify
to tbe fact of local appreciation, and ft
should have the generous support of the
reading public of our neighboring town.
Tulsre county has au additional public
expouer.t in tbe Weekly Standard, a new
paper, of which T. 8. Harris is editor i,nd
proprietor. The paper consists of four
large pages, orjhirty-two c >!umns. and the
initial numbers show rare, ability and en
terprise, and are h promise of linii raocess.
The recent illustrated r>anii>hl. t. settins;
forth the resources of Yolo county and the
advamnjres it offers to those who are In
search of homes in California, is one of the
best that has beec n»Ue" up In trY- StaU".
It was compiled and edited bj Professor j!
[. McObnneu, and pablrßhed by the Tolo
count; Board of Ttmda and Immigration
Association. The distribution of such pub- j
lications at ihe Eait will do effective ads- j
w nary work, and every county should.
bare a iarpe edition published of :•. siiniUr I
oisM, and thus nuke known to the world I
t'n 1 resources and stlvatuages of each sec- i
tion.
Short Potato Crop.
I'aucoast & Griffiths, the well-known j
produce dealers of Philadelphia, say In
their lad bulletin concerning the present
potato crop: " Since our last report on the
potato outlook, which indicated the poorest
prospect at the time ever officially recorded
in the United States, the condition has
steadily declined through September ami
October and thiii us to the end of the
g";. wins; tra^ou and uivts us ihe tlimest
yield per acre, if not the shortest total pro
dnctkm.in Ibe United States we ever noted.
The general average is 021 this fall, cgain^-t
the memorably low one of 1881, which was
67. T!.e f.-iihire of the crop in the Western
States this season is attributed to the long
and Be\e.-e drought ; and tbe Isle ruin of
ibe Kasti-in crop i? caused by rol, which
remit* Crura continued excessive moisture
fa Ohio there will not bebarrceted
nver on '-ijtidrter of a crop, and in New
fork Sati'. where previous indications
were more favorable, the crop will not be
over on?-h«t" — the ro: has set in pretty
general!;,-, aud many iicldj are not worth
difjßlatvj
Tbousakm of people have found in
Hood's SarsaparilLa a positive cure for
rheumatism. Thi3 medicine, by its puri
fying action, neutralizes the acidity ef tbe
blood, which is the cause of the disease,
and also builds up and strengthens the
whole body. Give it a trial.
MORAL SUICIDE.
A Sermon on Behalf of Young Men by '
Hey. W. O. Merrill.
Yesterday Key. \V. C. Merrill, pastor of
(he Congregational Church, preached a
sermon on behalf of young men.
He chose for bia text. Proverbs viii:3G. j
" He that sirjneth against me, wrongeth his
own soul. 1 ' Beginning with a prelude on
the relations of sensational journalism to
family life, he said : We hear a great deal
in these days about realistic novels, and
the taste for uncleanness, that has been for i
a few years past assiduously cultivated by !
open police trial", and the "reporters hired !
by a majority of our daily press to dress
up vulgarity and vice in "ilashy garments,
with surroundings just alluring enough to
absorb the attention and excite the curios
ity of youth, without arousing positive dis
gu9t and rebellion. In this way has been
graduated a school of story writers who
are seeking to help on the love for this sort
of thing by adding
A VITID IMAGINATION
To the sufficiently disgusting facts of daily
life. Zolaism in the daily newspaper is as
much worse than Zulaism in the French
novel as living in an infected house is more
oaneerous than passing a yellow flag on the
opposite side of the street. I thank God
that some iew of our daily journals are
rising to the responsibility that rears upon
them a- the most powerful educators* of i he
day. 1 marvel when I learn that so many
parents are willing to lay before the eyes of
their children, day after day, papers" that
are known to be pledged to all manner of
license, and which dress up vice in flaming
garb, to catch the unwary and excite the
morbid curiosity of youth — not for the sake
of curtailing crime and making vice odious,
Dut to sell papers and augment their rev
enues. It is a sin that must be atoned for
at the judgment bar, that so many parents
are th« lirst to present corrupting thoughts
to their children through the medium of a
disreputable press. We have
clkam JOWSOUU
That report crime brieity fjr information,
and not for the cultivation of a diseased
imagination. It may be that our homos
will not be purified of journalistic unclenn
ness. set free from thio worse than Egyp
tian darkness, until there be a "first born
slain in every house." I have no hesita
tion in saying '.hat the man who allows a
paper with unclean utterances entrance to
his house, and sets it before the eyes of
his wife and children, is ten-fold "worse
than the man who elaborates that same
vileness to satisfy the demand of a careless
and morbidly curious public. If a man
must have the latest telegrams, let him
gather them, and throw the unhallowed
sheet into the gutter 'ere lie crosses Ma
threshold to receive the kiss of welcome
home from the pure lips of wife and chil
dren. If our social system is
BOTTEX AT THE HEART,
We need not thrust beneath the eyes of
youth the festering sores upon the surface.
Let fifty or even twenty advertisers in an
unclean journal draw their pen across an
obnoxiou? article and lay their paper mi
the editor's desk and there would be a con
version in that office as much more marked
tban that of Paul on the road to Damas
cus as the average flash journalist is lower
than the violent ami in u nitrous agent of
the Jewish Sanhedrin. We. are wise al
most to inspiration in inveighing against
the detailing of vice, and prophesying the
coming of a better day ; we are blind al
most to stupidity when It oomea to the ap
plication of a (juick and simple remedy for
this deep and fatal disease. Garbage it!
your cellars is harmless in comparison to
the garbage in your <in»wing-rooms and
parlors. You can clean out the cellar and
whiten its walls, but a blunted conscience
AND TAINTED MORA!, JIATSRB
You cannot soon restore to their na
tive purity. Men with drunken sons
and unfilial daughters whine about the
corruptors of the times! What times.'
Are they not our own times? Are they
not of our own making? Our fathers ate
sour grapes and their children's teeth are
set on edge. It is only half true, and if
true it is no argument that we should rat
sour grapes and set our children's teeth on
edge. Pure reading in our children.*
homes ; how many Christian parents in
this city can honestly say they have it and
nothing else? There is a period in the
life of youth when the acquisitive faculties
predominate, and judgment is too weak
and unformed to assist itself. The youth
cares not \fhat the knowledge is. but he
wants the knowledge. The mind craves
and devours all that comes beneath the
eye in its eagerness for inquisition. Time
was when this could only be met by
books, ana the parent could guide the rest
less mind by selection of the right material.
A book of two or three hundred pages is
now thrown twice daily at our doors in 'he
shape of
A DAILY NEWSPAPER.
How natural 'or the young mind, craving
something ever new in Information, om
nivorous in its appetite, to fill itself with
the Hash sensationalism of [pan and un
principled reporters, who find vice profita
ble in proportion to their power to make
the story of it interesting. How natural,
too. that minds fed upon such pabulum
should learn tv look coldly upon vice with
out a shudder ; to come slowly to that con
dition where the sensational alone is of
(special interest ; to become restless when
fact is not sufficiently startling to satisfy
the appetite, drop the duiiy newspaper for
the Polite (l,isctt>:. and crowd fumy with all
unholy ti;otizlils utid images. The laws of
thought and sensation are inexorable. The
father throws down the paper th:it his
trained mind lias voted worthless, careless
of the tact that his children will feed upon
what he lias glanced at mid cast aside,
Where vice baa be'.-n made familiar to the
youthful mind the iloor has acluuliy been
opened for the practice of vice. Ail orer
Hit: world to-day mothers are praying and
ministers are pleading for the salvation of
young men. In this brief prelude 1 have
sought to lav upon the hearts of parents a
responsibility lor
EARLY KDL'CATIOK.
There is a period in youth when this re
sponsibility is solely on the parent's side.
1 '! c words of the text relate to another
ami a late period.
"He that stoneth against me wrongeth
his own soul."
There is a point where mural responai
bility passes from the parent into the keep
ing of the child. Ju^t where lies that
dividing H.ie we cannot tell. That it ens:;,.
the history of all civil law dedans ai.ii
emphasises. In the evolution of o:ir reli
gious life we pass through the samn expe
rience. You converse with a man upon
the subject of responsibility to G.xl and of
obedience to His commands, and he re
plies, " Oh, well, it is all a question oi
bringing up ; a mere matter ot curly edu
cation," and he passes on as though be had
thus settled the most
Bosoms BjßSßxnm
Of every race and nation on the globe.
Does he thus dispose of the violation of
civil law? Does he sit down and write a
half-quire of maudlin nonsense to Governor
Oglesby for the pardon of condemned
Anarchist muiderers. because their early
education was neglected? I think not. I
think be s.wt they have lived in a land
where respect fbr law means immunity
from penalty— in a land where those laws
are so simple and so plain that if they are
ignorant of them the fault lies at their own
d;ior. The word "wroTii.-oili" contains the
whole leaven of meaning that separates
I the spiritual law from the civil. In the
I civil rtalm the violation of law means pun
ishment, vengeance, restriction. In the
spiritual realm it means loss— permanent,
irreparable loss. It is man's grand preroga
tive to be
TUB I.IVISO TEMPLE
For the indwelling of that spiritual divin
ity— a divinity who-,e altar is the- buiuan
heart — capable of development into infinite
propositions and immortal powers. Tne
minister closed with an eloquent appeal to
young men to be worthy of theiiiseivfs.
That, ho said, was the key-aol* of Christ
ian truth. In that awful battle Where
England's greu'.est Admiral won imciortal
sj tv, what one of England's sons did not
respond with a personal devotion as that'
cry still rpsonant with insr.iratiou rang out,
" England expects every man to do his
duty." •• Party centuries look down upon
you," cries Haaaleon iv 'he shadow of the
pyramids, aud his battalions sweep over
the hosts of Egypt, each man an uncon
querable hero, f-->r the soul of honor that he
bears within him. God expects every man.
| . g and old, to do lib duty ; it is* to the
nianhooJ within you lie appeals. Awake
from your moral lethargy '. Be ashamed to
let au immortal sj irit sleep.
•-•
First -tranger — " Your face is strangely
familiar. Have yon a stniw'oerry mark on
your left arm?" Seeoed stranger — '* No,
sir, but 1 have a rope ajark on my neck. 1 '
First stranger — ' ; 1 knew I had seen that
face before ; I met you in Dakota."
An English farmer was lately awarded a
prize for a wasp's nest thirty inches in cir
cumference, containing thousands of waep*. ;
SAN FRANCISCO AND VICINITY.
Hdward Curtis ha* arrived at Washing
ton.
Five accusations of forgery have been
filed against Clara Beile McDonald.
Captain Lees has filed a charge of mur
der against Dimuiig, in connection with
the ueubayon affair.
Attorney Lowenthal, having served out
his sentence for contempt of Court, has
been discharged from jail.
John W. Mackay has been sued by cred
itors of the National Opera Company, of
which he is a stockholder.
The State Board of Prison Directors met
at San Qaentin Prison on Saturday.
President Sonntag occupied the chair, and
Directors R. T. Devlin, J. A. Filcher, J. J.
Serivner and J. H. Wilkens were present.
The Strong and Hearty
■\\ ho have one? been weak, bat are now
grown vigorous by the assistance of Hos
tetter's Stomach Bitlers, arc as plenteous as
"autumnal leaves that strew the brooks in
Vallorabro s a.'' Striking examples ar« they
of the benefits conferred by the great in
yigorant. Not les3 numerous are the
quondam sufferers now freed by the Bit
ttrs from the yoke of malaria, dyspepsia,
bilious, nervous and kidney troubles.
tfKNEKAL 30TIC2S.
For thirty ye»r» I have been troubled
with catarrh— have tried a number of remedies
without relief. A druggist lio ■» recommended
ELY'dCKKAM BALM. 1 have used only one
bottle and I can Bay I feel like «. new man. My
catarrh wad chronic and very had. 1 make this
TOluntary statement that others may know of
the Balm.— J. \T. Mathewson (lawyer). Paw
tucket, R I.
We chserfully add our testimony in favor of
ELY'S i-kiu.m BaI.M as a «ur.j cure tor cold in
the head, influenza or catarrh. It is a cplendid
niediciue.— Mrs. Eliza tdstrom mid Mrs X
Jackeou, Ferndale, Cal. 06-lj
Advice tc ICot&DFii. -3Sx«. WJaßlow'j
SOO'i liINU SYRUP shoutd aWfays I* nsed when
Children are c-uttlng teeth. It teijev* :'■£ 0 liille
luSerer at once; it produces uiitural, qniet sleep
by relieving die child from palto, and the little
cherub awakes as " bright aa a button." It is
WO pleasant to taste. It soothes the child,
aolleus the gums, allays all para, relieves wind,
regulate the bowels, and Is the best known
remedy for diarrhoea, whether-arking from teeth-
Ing or other cauxes. Tweuty-itTu cents a bottie
mrls-IyMWF
The t*u piace in CalUbrala to Ua«- your priatir^ done 1
A. J. JoUhud & Co"». 4K> J St., SaciUncMo.CaL
1/ you want a >uuitior Ono Carpet
•n .-hort notice, send it to MARY 3. COW
-8K&, BC2 X street. tf
». -&:•:. 1.. Fionthworth, Daattata, F»o.
Nrw Airri'irnsEMENTs.
Fair Oaks Belief Corp*, No. 13. W. K. C.
will hold their regular meeting TlliB (Moudnvi
KVh.NINU, in \. K. I. Hall. Seventh street.
betweea X and L, at 7 :W o'clo'k
KAIK K. BOi'D, President.
JMU UmwKLi., Secretary. nll-lf
Grocer*' and l'roduco Ifnalori* I'ro
tecllve Luiou.— Die Regular Monthly Meeilui?
ol MuuLers will beheld THIS (Monaap] KVKN
JN(J. Nov. Hih, *t Grangers.' Hall, ut 8 o'clock
P. H- HOBBB3X, PresWeat.
A A. TABTB, ceca-VKry^^ nU-lt*
L mU A.oembly No. 7,839 V- mj.t. „i
labor— Meetings l:erenlter in Ued Menu Hall
corner six.li and k , at 7:30 ..'cloc-k. Ktitertain
ment Monday evening iSoveicbor Htb. (o all
membii-of the Order, their iamilies and in
vlted sneote. nH-lt*
Otticerg and Msitibrrs »f El ~^ZT
I^orado Uwl^c, No. X. I. O. «.). F.— >^9ji£>
are hereby requested to n^rnv ■» J .<MESfer
l)l<- ut your lodgeroom 7 Ills iMnu-^^BBP'
day) tVEMXu B t 7:3o o'clock. A full attend
auee is de-nedaa proposed ameniiment to By
laws, re'ative u> dnes, will come up for liual ac
tion; als;>. initiation. Visiting member* icepeot
ful:y invited. THOS. CALI.INAX, N. (J.
K. J. Cutt X Secretary. nH-lt*
LObT- On Uie way from Mechanic." fctoie to
tleiemhand G streets, a gold watch and
li>!> wi'li liamund rin^ ttachud containing mi
Uata VV. K. D to K. X If." Kinder will be lib-
rewarded br liringiug same to 1102 Q
■-""eet. ult3t»
L-Ot'Mi-^AM BBTKAY BOBBK, SADDLE AND
r Spa- i.-h bit and bridle. Can be had in alley
Ninth and lentil uTeet-', (J and X, by paying for
this ad and for keeping hor>e
nll:u* PATRICK DEVINB.
FOR ARTISTIC WORK S3si
GO TO VV. CHtaSTa KASHIONAItLK IJ MR
DlMtilW and Shaving Parlor. Ltidien' and
( Lildrnis hair ctiUinK; alwj hair hingcing. >o
W4 J stieet, between Fifth and bixth, Sa<;ra
in -uto, ('ai. Ul4-lt*
WANTED— LOST— FOUND.
WANTED — giRL TO DOOKNKSAX HOtWß
work. Apply to 881 Oitreet nll-St
«7 ANTED-KXPKErKNCKDTOCITO I AIMKS
T> lor Fancy (ioodi and Small Ware Deimrt
ment. Apply to OHAB K. PHIPPB, HuperiuUnd
ont. Wein.-t'.>ok A l.ubiii's. nll-Jt
LADIES ARK OFKKKED PLAIN NEEDLE
wotk Hi llieirown honus (town or country)
by ;i wholesale hoasa. I'miitgble, kpdiiliic. Hood
pay cau be uiftdi'. KrcrythiiiK furnished. Par
ticulars free. Address Artis ie Needlework Co
l:^> Eighth «t.. Sew TorkCfty n;l BaHWP
WANTED - LADY. AC] IVE AND INTKI.I.I
-jrcnl, •(> rcpreseut, in l.er own locality, an
old lirai. Uefereuces (riven and requiretl. Per
manent position and fcood salary. J. G
ltLAN(:ilAl:l',Sii;,i.,:ajKcadeM.,N.V.iui-1)-lv.M
WANTED -A BITTTKR MAKKR ON A
ranch, S»l; blacksmith v,i h 6 ranch hands,
9X; mt v oooka; •• waiters; 3 men to work on v
rauch by the year, wafte.H SJGS. Kemuie- A wait
resß, *5); a girl for chamber work; 10 girls for
housework. Apply to Employment Office cor
no: of lourth and X strccU, Sacramento. nl4-
JJK)TJND— SOME PIGS FOUND O2f MY
£ pla,-o, on the Brighton Road. Owner cau
biiTe them by proving property aud payiiiß ex
9**t» ull:;i* J. A. ROBIJN.
WrAHTKD— INi>l SIB] >GB, HONEST PAR
tics. with go .1 reiurencei and willing to
worn, can lind empUn m nt at the office of the
Haw lion- Sewing Machine Co. Ladies and
Eentleruen t«.ken. Apply at »6 J Rt. Sacramento
n»6t y. H. OLBMENS, Manager.
VyANT'D - ! MPI.<>YMENT FOR TWO
* T t-nu's.; will haul sund or coal ashes. Cull
and zct Diy prices. I>. iiARDNKR, 401 I et. tf
AUCTIONS.
W. H. SHERBURN,
A.UCTIOKTBE3FI.
SslPKroom : So. 323 X street.
talaadajwi Taeatfwya and fcTi(i»y».
ADCTIONSALE
— or —
Furniture, Carpets, Stoics,
CROCKERY, fiLASS AND TINWARE,
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15th,
At 10 o'clock, at Salesroom, X htre^l,! will
cell the contents of
TWO HOUSES W FURNITURE
To t«e hi^uest and bpst biddi r, without reserve
or limit, cuusiiting in part of the following:
One firnupe Parlor Set,
One Hair Cloth Parlor Set,
One Ash Bed-room Suite,
Four Cottage Bedroom Suites,
One Ash Extension Di»ing-room Table,
One Marble Top Table.
Three Walnut Center Tables,
Four Separate Bureaus.
Dining-room Chairs,
Four Sccond-hacd Carpets,
Five New Brussels Carpets,
Three Cooking Stoves,
Four Parlor Stoves.
Lots of Crockeiy and Glassware aud other
articles.
Sale posi'ive. Terms, Cash.
nll-2t \T. n. SHMBBPHN. Auctioneer.
D. J. SIMMONS
REAL ESTATE
GENERAL AUCTIONEERS.
Official Auctioneer for Sacramento County.
Will Sell in Any Part ot the State.
Look out far oar Great Sale of
Eastirn Buggies, Phaetons.
Carriages, Robes, Harness.
Five Carloads are to be Consigned to
me for Public Acction, and will
Positively be stld.
Special attention given to all Salr* In
trusted to my care. Terms moderate.
D. J. SIMMONS & CO., Auctioneers,
Office : VOOG Fourth Street. tf I
HIGHLAND PABK TRACT.
»■
STREET CARS WILL BS RUNNING DECEMBER Ist.
GRAND AUCTION SALE
—OF
-^HIGHLAND PARK*-
TBAOT LOTS,
AT
Armory Hall, Corner of Sixth and L Streets,
ON
SATURDAY ISVEirxrilNrG-,
November 19th, at 7 o'clock.
THE HIGHLAND PARK TRACT
Is situated at city line on V street, and will be reached
by Street Cars on DECEMBER Ist, and it is also im
mediately on the route of the proposed ELECTRIC
RAILWAY. The ground is high and drainage excel
lent. Its fine Elevation gives sufficient Guarantee
of Absolute Freedom from Spring Overflow and
Malaria.
Streets are 8O feet and Alleys 20 feet wide—a
most inviting feature.
CITY WATER is guaranteed to be on the Tract
by January Ist.
Street will be Graded and Shade and Ornamental
TREES PLANTED as soon as weather is favorable.
KTO CITY T^.3SZESS.
As tltis Property lies jnst over the c\lj bonndary, persons of small
means will thus possess all prmle;;es of city life without its liurden of cost.
HOMES WILL BE BUILT
For persons iclrlnf them, after lots are paid for, on most favorable terms, I
payments thereou to be made in installments, at 7 ptr tent, interest.
THIS EVENING AUCTION SALE is gotten up
with the express view of accommodating those
whose occupations do not permit attendance at
a day sale.
IyJEIFLT^LIS OP SALS:
Ten per cent, at fall of Auctioneer's hammer, balance of one-third in ten days;
remaining two-thirds in monihly inLtallmeits of slo and sls, with 5 percent
interest, TITLE PERFECT.
tfjjaSS*, PLEASE KEMEMBF.R that a FIVE-CENT FARE will, on Deeem
;§&-?# ber Ist. tiikc you lo this Tract from the Depot or Postoftice within
"***** THIUTiT MINUTES. TWO OARS EVERY MOUMNG FROM HIGH
LAND PARK «T0 DEPOT BtFORE SETBS O'CLOCK.
Free Conveyance to the Property from onr Office for Minding Purchasers.
F. D. MYERS,
1023 Fourth Street Sacramento,
KILLIP & CO.,
Street Cars will be Running December Ist.nuet
FOB SALE— TO Us*.
A X (TRIOS ITIH-S-CONKEiEKATE
Money, Bonds and Postage fctsmps can b«
had at the rate ot 8100, assorted, for lilly cents;
send for samples. Address Gammers o!d took
More. 1001 Third street, between J and X, Sac
ramento, Cal. nll-6t
pOR SALE— A LOT SOjcHO, SOUTHEAST
I; corner of Fifth and O st reels, with grocery
store and two dwelling houses thereon. Will
be sold on reasonnble terms. Apply on the
premises. a7-8W
BED LOUNGES— A FRESH STOCK JU.-T
received: new patterns; low prices. For
sale at CHAS. M. CAMI'BKLL'tj, VH X street.
Also, lot of new mattings, Brussels aud Ingrain
Carpets, all cheap for cash. Upholstering and
repairing at lowest rates. lm
/"ILUNIE BLOCK, EIGHTH AND X STREETS.
\J The coolest and best rooms in the city at a
reduced price; suites of rooms, $1 50 to 84 a
week: single rooms, 81 25 a wt«k. Street cars
from the depot pass the door every live minutes.
MRS. HENRY GRICE, Proprietress. 06 -H_
mO LET -THREE OR FOUR UXFURNISHED
_|_ front rooms, for housekeeping, to respon
sible parties. No children; no objection to
little baby. Uto, nice, tuuny single rooms for
gentlemen; reuta reduced. Imjuiie at this
office. 025-tf
A RARE CHANCE— TO LET VERY CHEAP—
. A new house, especially adapted for a
Grocery Store or a i-aloon. It contains a large
room for a store or saloon, a ladies' sitting
room, rooms for pnvato residence, sheds for
wagons and horses, watering trough, etc. A
nice garden is abo adjoining the hou«\ and tire
whole oilers a splendid finance for opening a
suburban report or wayside heuse. For further
particulars inquire atjhis office. 021-tf
IJ!OR BALE— FOUR LOTS, 80x100; SOI PB
L side of block. Njlwecu O and P. Twentieth
and Tweutyfir.-t streets; one of tho most ele
vated and pleasant locations for a residence in
the city: a ohort dWunee from street railroad.
Apply to \V. E. CHAMBERLAIN, ut Bank vi
I). O. MILLS <fc CO. oU-lin
FARM FOR SALK— 804 AC&XB OS VHBmSi
Jackson road, 9 miies from Sacra- W*
mento; will be sold in lots to Knit pur--*—
chaser, or the whole will be sold in one lot. For
further particulars, inquire on the premiicß or
by letter addressed JOHN I>. MORRISON, Har
ris f^CK, Humboid^couaty, Cal. iy26-4.m*
FOR SALE.
mWENTY-ONE AND ONE-HALF ACRES OF
1. land on tho Opper Stockton Road, within a
half-mile of the city limits. Good house, barn,
windmill, fish pond. Seven acres in choice
trets aud vints. An clegitul place for v home.
AIiSO,
Twenty acres, one and a half miles from city
limits.'ill in bearing fruit trees and vines— 2.G00
trees and about 4,000 vinos of choice varieties.
Two houses (one new), large barn, three dug
wells. Will make a beautiful home.
ALSO,
Eight hundred and five acres of choice fruit
and grain land, near Koutier's Station, the best
buy in Sacramento county. Half bottom land.
AIiBO,
Eighty acres half a mile from Florin. An ele
gant pieco of land, improvements. For full
particulars, prices, etc., apply to N. L,. DKEff,
Agent, corner M and Second streets. n3-lmie
SACRAMEWoImIsfAfE
AND
INSURANCE ASSOCIATION.
Officers— Dß. H. LATHAM, President: A. 8.
HwPKINS, Vice-President; W. R. FKLTKK, Sec
retary and Manager; CATLIN & WHITE. Attor
neys. Directors— H. LaTHAM, W. R. FELTER,
a. s. Hopkins, l. white, c. parsons.
AGENCY UNIOS~ INSURANCE CO.,
Real Estate Bought and Sold; Loans Negotia
ted; Rents and Interest Collected: Appraise
ment* made: Correspondence Invited: Contracts
for Sale of Real Estate Solicited. NOTARY
PUBLIC— Deeds, Mortgages and Legal Papers
Drawn. 2ptf
N. K. SPECT & CO.,
Real Estate Agents,
OELAND, COLUSA COUNTY, CAL.
CHOICE FRUIT. VINEYARD AND FARM
ing Lands in Tehama and CoinsaConuties.
All conesjwndence attended to with prompt
ness, and circulars descriptive of lands for sale
sent on application. 015-2pt(
"new musTc"
-|UST RECEIVED— WRITE ON A POSTAL
4t) card fir one of our Monthly Catalogues; fur
nished fret. — —
I3^»Xj33 t*s OO.'S.
I No. 625 Jst -'.ipl .Sacramento
JIEAL ESTATE, ETC.
Headquarters
$20 per acre— 2,3oo acres «ear Court
land; this is an old contract and
price has not been raised yet ; is
worth JaTMttgatlng; all fenced.
$50 per acre— 4oo acres on the Cos
iimnes River; 170 acres of finest
bottom laud; 10 acres In Alfalfa;
100 acres in Corn, of which 70
acres goes to purchaser if hougrht
l»efore harvested ; SJ acres of Or
chard.
$150 per acre— 9s acres, Ive miles
from city, on the Riverside Road;
now used as a vegetable farm.
$175 per acre— 47} acres adjoining
the above.
$100 per acre— 47i acres adjoining
the above.
$150 per acre — SO acres, two miles
from Sacramento; 12 acres In fine
Orchard and Vineyard.
$10,500—50 acres adjoining the Hull
Tract ; 3 acres in bearing Grapes.
$600 per acre— lo acres one and one
half wiles east of city, extending
from Brighton Road to the Kail
road; 1.000 choice young Fruit
Trees and other improvements.
$100 per acre— 2o acres in the eele
bivited Florin district: 2,500 rooted
Grape Vines; good House end Barn;
10 acres lias no hardpan.
$400 per acre— lo acres of rich sedi
ment land at Brighion Station ; 2*
jicres bearing Grape Vines ; 2 acres
in Blackberries; 4!M) bearing Frnit
Trees, and 250 Trees set out last
season ; House and Barn ; three Hrst
class Windmills; plenty ot good
water.
$»,000— 18 acres, 1$ miles south ot
city, on the river; the very richest
sail to be found anywhere; Fruit
Treos, House, Barn and other im
provements.
A.Leonard&Son
1014 Fourth street, Sacramento.
K. S. Osbobs. A. D. Bowlev.
A. D. BOWLEY & CO.,
Real Estate & Insurance Agents,
429 J Street, Sacramento, Cal.
Sacramento City Houxes and Lots bought
ar.d sold on commission.
Houaes Rented. RenU Collected and
Loans Negotiated.
Choice Tract* ri,«. *r and Nevada County
Fruit and Vineyard Lands at the present low,
bnt rapidly advancing prices.
Fine Tracts In Sucraiuento and other
counties.
Cheap Land* at Colfax, Ve\y Knglaml
Mi!:'-. Appiegate. Auburn, Newcastle and Lin
coln.
Improved and Unimproved Land* in
choice localities on line of C. P. R. E., ajid
right at railroad stations and on county rotfils.
Large or Small Ti.-uis to suit purchaser*,
from Sl5 per acre upward.
prrrrp.K«or« p ceneuy, nHAtrriKcx
M-OTS furHt.II.TUHX lIOMKH. CLKAE
ri'Kr'.STKEtMSanit UVfITtt BFBUIGB of
FRE3H MOUNTAIN WATER on LANDS.
t&~ None- of these lauds more than two hoars'
tide froia Sacrataento.
Office: Sacramento Hank Bnllding. lptf
W. D. COMSTOCK.
COR. FIITH AND X STS.,
r, :n attejt^on to ri> tull biocx of
J£* XT 3R. IW I T XT H. EJ I
Boddinei Etc,
*srTbe reputation of this- house for LOW
I RICES aad QOOU ARTICLES U TtaiatMEt.3
_ MISCELLANEOUS.
THE ANNOUNCEMENT!
WE HAVE SUBDIVIDED A BEAUTIFUL AND ELIGIBLY
LOCATED TRACT OF LAND, AND NAMED IT
iI^THELODISIANA TRACT
tS&~ IT IS NOW READY TOR SALE "««
I3NT FIVE-ACRE X-.OTS,
AND CONTAINS 160 ACRES, SITUATED ONE MILE FKOH CITY LIMITS,
ON LOWER STOCKTON BOAU, IX KEAJt OF OAK PARK.
The soil is deep and FIRST-CLASS FRUIT LAND, f itrns and all Deciduous
Fruits and the choicest of plants reach the highest state of perfection
upon this soil. Five acres in Fruit, well attended to,
Trill mak« a HANDSOME INCOME.
THIRTY ACRES OF THE TRACT 13 GOOD ALFALFA LAUD, from whicfc
three crops a year can be cut. A splendid road summer and winter, and watered during
the summer months. The nearue-sof the tract to the city enables anyone to retain
their position in the city and have tttar home in the country; while the inipraremenU
they place upon the place, with the increased values of the land, will more than double
like expenditures in the city, and in a short time the purchaser is inde|M«v!ent of any
salaried position, and having a good yearly income, and a place he or she can tell tor a
handsome advance, if they so desire. The prices range
From Sl^S to $300 per Acre,
OWING TO SELECTION (930© IKRACKE ItEING FOR THE ALFALFA LANO
TERMS — Only one-quarter cash. Deferred payments in lire anuual
installments ; interest at 7 per cent. Free from Taxes. Title Perfect. A
reasonable discount will be made for cash.
FOR HEALTH the location Ins no superior. WATER pure and in abundance at
a depth of thirty feet. THE AVHSUES lmding through the tract v. ill be graded and
trees set out upon their borders as feoon as it rains, pi-.- DO NOT DELAY pettinp one
of these choice tracts, as none others are offered for sale in so close proximity to the cits
The earlier in the season trees arc planted the better they do. APPLY TO
EDWIN K. ALSIP & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
Ko. 1015 Fourtii Street Sacramento
48~ SEND FOR Ofll MONTHLY CATALOGUE. -»
HEW JBRIYALS.
WE ARE DAILY ADDING TO OUR CHOICE STOCK
DRBSS C3K>O:DS,
I 3 I_.TJJSI3[E3JS, VELVETS, and
DRESS TrLIMnVtirSTCS-S
-1T WILL PAY YOU TO REMEMBER
«®*No». 700 «,:n.ci 702 JT Street,ißj
Ani yos won't b3 diszppoiated cither li Qniliiy cr Frice,
c. n.^'oisr <gg 00.
ifRCIT!*, SEEDS 4M» I'ZQbtVK
&arzol! «*? Gr onis.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL*
Dealers in Bulter, Domestic aud £#&&
im^ortt.l Chi-e-se, Kt'L-s, I'<>i:!:u 7><Hb».
Home, Fish, Fruit and Ueuerai l > ro-_-2L3?
luce. Orders deliveied to auy part of tlie city.
releplione No. :.SB. l m
CURTIS BROS. & CO~
[Successors to I). DeHKRNAKIU & CO.),
Dealers and Shippers of all kiudsof
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, FiSB,
California 3P's-o.cl-ia.oe
Carefu; attention given 13 tfcs Selection tiii
Packing of Ohoieo Fruits and Ve«;vS.ablef fo?
Distant Murkets.
NOB. 3C>B and 310 X st., Sacramento, Cal
iDtf
GrROOBRIES.
CHRIS. EHMANN,
>•<>». 1038 and 1030 .1 Strtet,
DEJLLa in
411 tbe Best Grades of Pamiiy Groceries, ;
And sels then CHKAPBR than nny other
house iv (be rUy.
*S- Dully ConHlKiiuientK »r« received o!
nil FrultM in weaKun. 07-
W. R. STRONG & CO.,
WHOLESALE
FROIT AND PRODUCE!
I) E A I. X X S,
JACRAMKNTO. [lp) CAL.
W. H. WOOD & CO.
(Successors to LYON A CURTIS),
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN CALIFORNIA
Froduce and Friit.
Potatoes, Beans, Butter,
Honey, Dried Fruits, Seeds, Etc.
Wo». 117 to 12g J»t [tr] Sacraro ento.
JUSt RECEIVED.
Sicily 1 •-iiioiiH. Slexiran Oranges and
Perdan 11.11 •--.
S. GERSO.N & CO.,
820 J Street,
UCKAMEOTO CAI~
KD9«W» J. 6RK9OET . rHAKX GESCOBT .
GREGORY BROS. CO.
(Sncseesors to GREGORY. BARNE3 & CO.),
Hot. 126 and 128 J streot, Sarr.ir.-.. -io, {
WHOLKBALK DEALERS IN PRODUCE AJIE
Jmit. Full stocks of Fotatoee. VeKOtf I
Jreen and Dried Frulw, Eeaim, Alfalfa, lUit-er,
Hires, Cheese, Poultr}-, etc, always en hand.
Orders flllbd at lowest rates. U
MALARIA!
If you ara afflicted, use without delay !
IiOGINGS' CELEBRATKD AGUE AMD
LIVER PILLS AND I ICON TUNIC.
W-A SFBE CDRK ><>X (THILLS AJTD j
KKVF.B, .HALAItIA OK BILJOL'B COU
PLAIXTS.
ADDRESS:
H. £2. GOC-IKGS
OP* J STREET, SACRAMENTO .
An Opportunity He?er Before Afforded
In this City to 1 1 am the Real, Tine
Cliriatian Wcionco !
MIND-HEALING,
As Taught by Mrs. M. B. Ck EDDY.
BY SPECIAL BXQOXBT, MR. J. P. FILBERT.
C. 8. 8., of Council Hluff, la., has cnnscntc<l
to teach a cla»s in this city abou" NOVKMBKIt
2*th. The wtnderful cases of healing by Mr
FILBERT, and qiteadid Eucces3of his student.",
rank him «ec»nd to none beside Mtb. Eddy
This course of lectures is intended to fit stu
dents for immtrdiatt practice of healing, and is
invaluable to all. for public or private good. All
interested are cordially invited to call. Terms.
■ lualiflcations. etc. on appl'cation. MR. and
MRS. E. H. BRADNKR, Christian Scientists, llfS
Twelfth st., bet, X and L, Saerunertto. ui2-3tis
REAL ESTATE, ETC
FOR SALE I
j A FINE RAFCH 08 RIVERSIDE ROAD,
Six miles south of c ..crmnento,
CO^ISISTIKG OF 140 ACRES
FIFTY ACRBB IN ALFALFA, BAI.AKCK
under ciilt.vatiou.
Houst of eight rooms.
Stable, 70x82; Liirn, 60xCO; dnlry house com-
Four wells, pumps, tanks and home pa
$175 PER ACRE.
aoo aoeies,
Four miles cast ol -acrameuto, one-quarter of a
mile south of Perkins' atatiou, on Sacra
mento aud l'lacorville road, known
as Lizzie's Vineyard.
TWO HARD-FINISHED HOUSES, BIX
r-ioms each: outbuildings.
Five wclis, watrr Tlthin 15 feet <>l surface.
One of the finest plucts to subdivkk- in the
county.
rRICE-S2OO I fit ACRE.
Al'l'LY TO
ISWfiETSER&AMSDEH
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 1013 Fourth strooi., HactruiciAo.
W.P.COLEMAN
325 J STREET.
j3l IR. lk/£ S
FOE SALE.
$2,500—100 Acre, one-qnartcr mile
from Railroad Station ; three miles
from I.ntrribc. El Dorado county ;
small house and barn; chicken
honse ; wagon shed ; good well of
water; all fenced; 4O acres cleared;
several living springs. A bargain i::i
$150 Per Acre— 2ss Acres, three
miles from th« city; small orchard;
good house; two barns. Can be
sold in J*O-Acre Tracts.
$150 Per Acre— sO Acres four miles
from the city, on Lower Stockton
Road ; good dwelling and barn ;
small orchard and vineyard ; three
windmills, four wolln; all hnii <1
$42 5O Per Acre— 72O Acres, well im
proved and locared; rich soil. 413.
■ $7O Per Acre— 2sO Acres of KJch
Bottom Land, on the Sacramento
River. 4 jo
$4O Per Acre— «18 A«rro, well fin
proved; soil, a i>1...: k loam ; cheap.
$8O Per Acre— 240 Acres, near the
oily; a good tract to snbdlvide. 405
$100 Por Acre— CO Acres, two miles
from the city. This can be sub
divided nicely.
$17 Per Acre-250 Acres, two miles
from I 'i. I hM m.
$7O Per Acre — 1O Acres, near Florin
some improvements. 406.
Money to Loan.
P. BOHL. ~E. A. CRODCH.
. ]ptf
WASHBURN & SCOTT,
Real Estate and In
surance Agents,
KTo. 31*7 iT BTHEI3T.
CITY AND COUNTRY PROPERTY BOCGPT
and Sold on Commission. >
LOANS NEGOTIATED.
W-Hon»n» Rentßft. Ciyl^rtlami Made. %%.
3TEINWAY a SONS' PIANOsT
MRS. K. B. HEYMAN, «SO ' ,g^ ,
B'rset, opposite Court-ijouso MQ^^K^B
Other Fianos at reduced prices. PiltH^W
I'ia&As to let Piano« wld on in- * " S « »
suaiaana. 2 p lHl

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