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The Senate Believes It Has no Author
ity Over the "Well."
Speceli of Lieutenant-Governor Red
dlek—Economy to be the Watcli
Sacramento, January 12,1891.
The Senate was called to order at 2
O'clock v. ?.i., President pro tern. Fraser
in ihe Chair. Prayer by the Chaplain,
Rev. J. A. Bruner. Roll called, and a
quorum present. Journal read and ap
Tlie Chair—Senators, I have the honor,
as well as tho pleasure, to introduce to
you the Hon. J. I). Roddick, Lieutenant-
Governor of the state and your perma
nent presiding officer. [Applaus ?.]
On taking the Chair Mr. Roddick spoke
item: T;: -- - lon of this gavel,
tlial dtaiotcs our relative posl
tions. with no l:i.ic, rembling.
As your pn tiding officer, [am lilec onecn
ktlon of new and u:i
thcr : shall dUcover ability In myself
touiii'lii.. ■ ■■ Nyny di ties i isuchotfi
covcr Inefficiency, remains
fiw tlie fruition ol thccouanig daysoi thlsses
'" i : ■ me cay that I enter upon
the '. [my ;;-i;.-;t' v.iih the utmost
■■■■•-■■'.:■-i friendship towards
Tin,luii to many of you comparatively a
Btranper, I tru*l that the clow or the session
will nnd me wortliy ol your strongcsl frlcuct
shfpsand perl^ confidence. Inullonrrela
:i~ omccra of tho State ii \*-iil be my aim
to court yon i spect. I :-iiaJl strive to preslda
Pn ident, according to i ocfa
of yon thi( rocognltion due your positions us
hoaoj on the floor of thlK Sepate,
withont reference to your political faiths.
You arid I, we are all here, the accredited
representative i of the whole people.
Much, very much, grave and important leg-
I ■■ on is exjiected of this present sonsion
oi ihi- i •■ ire. There arc bu) rcvr.if any
;ni :isr.:,- ; whichshoold b treated as purely
partisan, aud ii, percliance, partisan proposi
■: • m ieY\ ■ lei i be i aid the j:-_rl«ts
<>r the minority were not Ignored by the ma
w< : '. here to legislate for the besi Into
of the people and of < verj nlassand condition
th< reof, i! : ueh - .i . predominant
thought and nentiim a\ oi every member upon
1!'. Bo ■'.
[jocal an I less ■■ Inti «sti Bbonldnoi he per
mitted to oversimdow Ii ;-.• t-:• r• lookingto
thebctrtini rtwt of the whole State. Ido not
mean . ■ c not to be s:.1,-
--ftncli maMers should noi :•■-
I ■■• ■:! \:> thnt pcucral legi bi'lon
which i ■ oar State uad the people
tht reof :> an i ntin i;.".
Jfever has a Legislate) In this B ateasßeni
bledundern closer compact u-ich the people
than has this one. Tberepn svntativt-a of froth
I to the strii
i■:i • \ .
Bo tax, tho didposition seems to Ktitn tiiat
such ■ a'l and will lie rcdi emed. Itui
it v. iii require Urn lanl day of t!ie senslon, and
Its . .-• I our, to ;i. ntonstrati to our constiiu
eii! I tlve i:\i-l \ ueh i-ieiUKS are re
deens . "w
To return to our homes and moet oar sev
eral peoples, and to merit the oommendatlon
of all—il • - nryto legislate within
i ■ '* es b sii!\-,ii(i be curtailed to
such a i c.;i Ql as to meet actual njqulrpmcuts
and no more. En*p ticient to llic dis
patch of buplnes are all we should look ta.
■ ■■?ir given place for the sake oi |>!acc
only. Appropriations should be mea.sun.-d l>y
the mlninium Instead oi tlie maximum sunul
liesematters arecarofttlly looked to the
members of this Lcp ilatarecaa n*tnm to the
; iave bopi our pledge. TJta
i ses of our State Government are within
tii" .").i-,-..i]! liivj; as we promised.
Senators lyjnln I bespeak your patience in
my ii -w p idnntried poßltion,and when errors
attribute thi ra to lack of jademi
not to purpose. Lei extra .■■ ance Ln nothing
ami economy i;i all thing • be ;h' motto vi' the
Senate of i".ii.
.■ ■ :-\u-. .:■ me to than* th" Senators fnr
theirconsldecatli nln ttol lia] o fu«ii%>g ,: ■n :
tocommlttce aii.sijyinicnti diirin^ v,<\ r<\>^\
,"nntl to sny thai 1 feel nati ; '-''! that
c -o muei (o my own
juaiiiiH-ul lii ri:-n;T. of.fOie £ommit
i For tbe selection of swch: Hiave trhed to
beju.-.) and :.iir toward each and all of you.
SOfci TIONS OUT OF OIIDEK.
:..- Mr. Spraeue-pDireoting tin; Super
fntendoni or State Prinfing to print !,<««»
copies of the ina^eural address of Gov
ernor Markham Tor (iis'.ribution in the
S< n i.c ' Ihamber. Adopted.
By Mr: Dray— Directing tlie State Su
perintendent of Printing to prini 360
copies of each !>i!l introdui ed in the Ben
ate, instead of the asoal number, a©.
By y\v. Heaeook—Directing the Ser
geant-at-Arms to provide each accredit* d
m< ml" r of the press bai ing desks in the
' with two copies of each bill
By Mr. Ostrom—That tho remarks of
fixe presiding officer be spread upon the
Journal of the Senate. Adopted.
President Roddick announced that he
had appointed the following atanding
committees, and would announce the
Others at the opening of the session to
Agriculture, Viniculture and Vilicnlt
im — Fraser (Chairman), Dray, Flint, Os
trom, Ragsdale, Streeter, Langford, Hea
McGowan, Maher, Heacoek, Preston,
Flint, Voorhics, JSlahoney, Goucher,
Claims—Heacoek (Chairman), G. J.
Campbell, Fraser, Everett, It. H. Carap
bell, Langford, Mead.
Education :mu Public Morals—Denni
feon (Chairman), Carpenter, G.J. Camp
bell, Elagsdale,G. 11. Williams, Seawell,
i'inance—l)c Long (Chairman), Fraper,
i tail, Bray, Everett, Langford,
HLospitals—Simpson (Chairman). R. 11.
Campbell, Byrnes, x \ ilson. Harp.
Irrigation and Water Righta-^Ri 11.
C:iiii}.;iell (Chairman), McComas, (touch
er, Dn>y. Crandall, Mead, Streeter, Voor
Judiciary—Sprague (Chairman), Car*
neuter, Beaeock, McGowan, Crandall,
Bailey, Dray, Goucher, Seawell, Broder
Mines, Drainage and Mining Debris—
Voorhies (Chairman). Fraser, Preston, K.
H. Campbell, Mead, Dray, Ostrom.
BJESPECT TO SKXATOU nKAKST.
Mr. McGowan saiil that private tele
tramshad been received announcing the
death of Inii..l States Senator Hearst.
He therefore moved that when the Senate
adjounrs it be out of respect !■■ i!i<' memory
of the decease.! Senator. Adopted.
vault For. •.::, hivi:s.
Mr.Prestonoffi red ;-. resolution provid
ing for the appomtmeni by the < hair of a
committee of three to wait on the Secre
tary of State and consult with him in re
lation to the construction of a vault, in
the basement of the Capitol building, tor
the custody of the archives of the state.
The resolution waa I, and the<
appointed as such committee Messrsi
Banks, Byrne and. E. JI. Williams.
KgßOna i . •;i;i:,TED.
Mr. Preston offered a resolution cor
recting certain errors in the report of the
special Committee on Contingent Ex
penditurea and Mileage. Adopted.
Mr. vVtisen offen Lai d naming
Miss !.. >:. Scazilan as Second Assistant
Engrossing Clerk, at t!ie same i
as is allowed :!;■■ Engrossing Clerk.
GOVERXKEJrT LOAJT KILL.
[PresMort pro tern. Fraser in the'
Mr. Wilson offered a concurrent reso- j
lutjbn memorializing Congress to lend :
• rmnenl funds to fanners at '2 per :
cent, per annum, taking mortgages on i
their hands at 00 i>er cent, of the value j
On motion, the resolution was ro*'
to the Committee on Federal Relations.
Mr. Wilst.ii offered another concurrent
resolution memorializing Congress t >
erect storage-houses In various portions !
of the Union, in which farmers may de
posit . actßof their f;tr:::s and re
ceive loans iVom the Government to tho j
auuouut of 75 per cent, of the value thereof, j
at the rate of 2 per cent, per annum in
This time the author of the resolution
promptly moved that it be considered at
that time by the Senate.
Mi. Heacjoei moved the resolution be
r< ferred to the Committee en Federal Re
-Messrs. Ostroin, Langford and other
grsutger Senators objected to the proposed
rencs and demanded a roll-ciill on
Mr. Hdacocfc'a motion to refer pre
vailed by a vote of 23 ay«s to 11 noes.
CAMPBELL, TO THIS FKOXT.
Mr. Cam pi tell of Solano ollered a reso
lution provfdfHg that the United States
Government be resolved into a general
pawnbroking establishment and that it
be autiitorizud to lend money from the
public treasury upon all kinds and va
rieties of property and collaterals, at 2
per <-<>nt. interest, up to 95 per cent, of the
value of the securities.
Aft< • some discussion this resolution
was also referred to the Committee on
XO STATIONARY LEAKS.
Mr. McGowan oirercd a resolution pro
viding thai ;;«> demand or requisition on
ili" Secretary,, of State for stationery, by
the cii ,-k <i!' iuty comtnittee, be allowed
unless such requisition be signed by at
leasl ;hr;'r qienab§rt tjf the committee.
Rcrerred to the Committee on Attaches
and CbntingGiri Expenses.
. COXCEBKIXO THE "WELL."
Mr. Spracoe, from the special commit
tee 1 . \vii';-h was referred the Assembly
resolntion rejativeto the alleged sale of
i- ta the^Sapitol building, submitted
11 is - folloying report:
Your committee appointed to report on the
As* :i:ipl) i. solution ni reference totheaboll-
I tloaof therestnnraat and alleged bar In the
basement of the state Capitol, beg leave to
submit the following report:
First—Thai the i;.u, v ii row stands, treats
:.!•■ subjectofthe sale of Intoxicating liquor
lln the State Capitol building, and that the
i.c ■■!■;:•!u!i■, by a concurreat resolution, <-vn
'•■ rcjx>al, modtfy, nor enforce the law.
Second—Thai the exclusive control of the
building is legally in the^ands of the Secre
tary oi State, and that he cannot be deprive,!
> I ueh control by resolution.
Tiih-'i—Tina your committee has consulted
tbCKecretary "isiat,- and lind that he has at
Ino tlnie.refused to conduct his business ao
i i ording to law.
Fourth—That your committee can see no
reason why the restaurant should bo abol
Fifth—Toar committee are of the opinion
; that i lii - members of the Senate are not in need
of the protection indicated by eaid concurrent
Therefore, your committee reeommeads that
the Senate do not concur with the Assembly
in such resolution. F. S. Bpkaguk,
The report was adopted.
yESBAGK FBOH THE GOVEP.XOB.
A message was received from the Gov
ernor informing -the Senate that lie had
appointed M. B. Higgins as his Private
Secretary, -through whom the Senate
might communicate v»ith him on any
By Mr.Simpson—Providing tliat mem
bers introduce their bills in the order in
which their names appear on the roll-call.
By Sir. Preston—Providing that the
President of the Senate appoint a com
mittee of seven to prepare and report to
the Senate resolutions expressive of the
regret of that body Bar the death of United
States S( nator Hearst,
At the suggestion of Mr. Campbell of
Solanothal tae Senate had no oth'cial in
foi ination of the death of Mr. Hearst, Mr.
Preston withdrew the resolution.
By Mr. Diay—That Ikey Mooser have
the privilege of the floor as private Bill
Clerk to Senators, at the expense oi'thoue
Mho employ him. Adopted.
THE COSES ACJAIN.
Mr. McGowan called up the special
order of the day, which was Mr. Cran
tl.".U;s notice ..!':■ motion to reconsider the
action of the Senate in adopting Senator
Sprague's resolution, authorizing the
Secretary of stale to provide each mem
ber of the Senate with copies of the Con
stitution and the latest edition of the
-. Hoofferredan amendment, pro
viding that the cost of the volumes be
charged by -the Secretary of State
ngainst each member receiving them, and
that the amoinii be deducted from such
htexnber's constitutional allowance for
M r. Sprague hold that the amendment
v,;:s not in order, as the original resolu
tion h:is not yet been reconsidered.
Mr. Ostrom then moved to reconsider
the vote by which Die Sprague resolu
tion was adopted. Lost—Ayes 15, noes Si.
Mr. McGowan again moved the adop
tion of his amendment, which WHssup
pdrtedbyhimself and Mr. Gstrom,and
opposed by Messrs. Sprague and Simp
son as being «>nt of order.
Mr. Uritt renewed the point of order,
and was sustained by the chair.
On motion of Mr, bray, the Senate ad
journed titt 10 o'clock Tuesday morning.
The Assembly met at 12 m., Speaker
Coombs in the chair. Roll called; quo
rum present. Prayer by Rev. Mr. Sims,
the Chaplain being absent. Reading or
the journal of Friday dispensed with,
and journal approved.
By Mr. Brunei-—To appropriate money
to T..iy the expense of maintaining an ex
hibit of the products of the State at the
World's Columbian Exposition and to
provide for Commissioners thereof. Ap
Mr. Bruner—l ask that the bill be first
referred to the Judiciary Committee for
the purpose of having its legality in
quired into, and afterwards it can go to
I the appropriate committee. So ordered.
Also, to amend Section 23 of the County
Government Act. Same reference for
Also, to prevent the sale of cigarettes to
minors. Public Morals.
Jly Mr, McCall—To amend Section
3785 of the Political Code, relating to re
demption of-property sold for delinquent
taxes. •' liilict'iry.
Also, to amend the Act authorizing the
incurring of indebtedness by cities, etc.
Also, ait amendment-toSection 18, Arti
cle If. of the-Constitution, relative to an
'increase of isSebtedtießS by any county,
city, etc. Judiciary.
By JI r. Hersey—to amend Section 307 of
the » ivil Code, relative to the election of
dii tors of corporations. Corporations.
By Mr. Doty—To amend Subdivision 4
of Section 25 of the County Government
Act. Count}- and Township Govern
By Mr. Hawley—To prescribe the com
petency and $roVide for the protection of
witnesses testifying to crimes against the
elective franchise. Elections.
By Mr. Oliver—To amend Section 497
of the Civil .Code, relating to authority
to lay railroßtt' tracks through streets.
Municipal < Orporations.
Also, to amend Act to provide for Police
Conns in ciiies having- 3(),(KX) and less
than 100,000 inhabitant^. Same reference.
Also, to conftriii, ratify and make valid
ordinances heretofore passed by town,
city, or city and county authorities, giv
ing permission to propel c;irs upon rail
re i'l tracks. Same reference.
By Mr. Marion—To provide for the im
j provement of the reform sghpoji for juve
-1 nils offenders and making anappropria
• tion for the same. State Charities and
Reformatory Institutions. '
By Mr. Matlock—^To amend Act incor-
I porating Red Blutf. Municipal Corpora
By Mr. Shan.ihjin—To provide for
toe reassessment of property where a
former assessment is invalid. Judiciary.
-Vis:., to repeal the Sections of the Con
| stitntion establishing a Railroad Com
: mission. JvdiOiary.
Also, to repeat Act declaring Klamath
River navigable. Commerce and Navi
By -'-It. Ames—To provide buildings
and improvements for Deaf, Dumb and
Blind Asylum. State Charitable and Re-
Boj tnatory Institutions.
By Mr. We«tworth —To fix the perma
nent channels of rivers and retain them
iin their true channels. Judiciary.
Al-o. to amend Section 1881 of Code of
*' iv i L Procedure, relating to witnesses.
Alsd. to amend Sections 55 and 75 of the
\ Civil Code, relating to marriages. Public
A Isi >to amend Section 633 of Penal Code
relative to the time of taking trout. Fish
j and (Janie.
I Also to amend Section 032 of Penal Code,
SACBAMENTO DAILY KECOKD-UyjQ:^ TUESBAT, JAyUARY 13, 1891.—SIX PAGES.
relative to the use of explosives in taking
trout. Same reference.
By Mr. Dibble, lo divide the State into
Congressional districts, as follows:
First DiEtrict-Del Xortc, Siskiyou. Modoc,
Humboldt. Trinity. Shasta, Lussen, Tchama,
noniM, Mcntiocino, Lake, Colusa, Butte,
£i;-rra. Batter, Yuba nr.d Nevada.
Second District—Yolo, «oluno, Sacramento,
Placer, El Dorado, Aimuior. C&laveras, Alpine,
-Mono. Tuolumne, .Mariposa, Sim Jouquin and
Third District—.Sonoma, Xapa, ilarin, Con
tm O0«fa OOd Alaaicda.
V< r.rtli District—Part of Son Francisco.
}-i!ih District—Part of San Francisco, San
Mateo anil Honta Clara.
.Sixth District—Santa Cruz, Monterey. San
licnito, Merced, Kitsno, Inyo, Tulare, Kern,
san Luis Obispo, Bonta Barbara and Ventura.
beventh District—Sun Bernardino, Lew An
geles. Orange and San Dicso.
Referred to the Committee on Appor
Also, to amend Section 1070 of Political
Code, relating to the rights of electors.
Also to add Section 159J to Penal Code,
making it a misdemeanor to advertise to
obtain a divorce, or to aid therein. Pub
Also, to provide for the issuance and
Bale of State bonds to create a fund for
the construction, by the State Harbor
Commissioners, of n ferry depot at San
I I'Vanciseo. Commerce and Navigation.
• Also, to regulate life, casualty, annuity
and endowment insurance on the assess
ment plan. Corporations.
Also, to amend an Act relative to cer
tain deputies, assistants, clerks, etc. San j
Also, to amend Sections 43 and 48 of the i
Civil Code, relating to libel and slander. I
By Mr. Roberts—To repeal an Act de
claring Klnmaiji Hive- navigable. Com
merce and \a\ igation.
Also, to establish a State weather and
crop service. Agriculture.
[Recess postponed for ten minutes.]
By Mr. Young—To provide additional
penalties for the commission of certain
offenses. Public Morals.
Also, to amend Penal Code with refer- I
ence to the sale of opium. Same reference.
i'.y Mr. Beroettof Sonoma—To provide
for the levy and collection of taxes for
the use of municipal corporations. Mu
Also, to provide for the levy and col
lection of taxes for school districts. Edu
By Mr. Mqrdecai—To amend Section
530 of Politic:-.: Code, relative to the ollieo
ox State Printer. Public Printidgj
By Mr. Matthews—To pay deficiency
In contingent fund of Adjutant-General.
Military A Hairs.
A lso to amend Section 40!) of Civil Code,
relative to authority to Jay and control
railroad tracks through streets. Munici
By Mr. Barnett of San Francisco—To
amend Sections 2<ii> and SIA of < lode of
Civil Procedure, relative to court report
ers. (Reduces tees u> 96 a day and ten
cents a folio.) Judiciary.
Also, to amend Section 2-JGC of Political
Code, relative to pilot rates. Commerce
By Mr. Lewis —To pay claim of Dcpuly
Commissioner of Immigration [J8,600,
salary from August 1, ISS3, to August 1,
Also, to pay claim of State Commis
sioner of Immigration [f15.722 21, salary
from October 10, 18S5, to March 10, 1889].
Also, to pay for repairs on the quaran
tine launch. Commerce and Navigation.
By Mr. Wentwonh— To amend Section
■UH'i of Political < 'ode, relative to the juris
diction and powers of Boards of Super
visors. County (iovcrnments.
By Mr. Hawley —To amend Section
137:} of Code of Civil Procedure, with ref
erence to setting a day for hearing peti
tions for letters of administration. Ju
By Mr. Coffey—To amend Sections
2-KJ4, 24G5 and 240G of Political Code, re
lating to pilots. Commerce and Naviga
By Mr. Hocking—To amend judicial
article of Constitution so as to establish
district courts of appeal. Judiciary.
By Mr. Laoer—To amend Code of Civil
Procedure relative to appeals. Judiciary.
Also, to amend Code of Civil Procedure,
relative to trials. Judiciary.
Also, to amend Code of Civil Procedure, 1
relative to Judges of Superior Courts, j
Also, to amend Political Code, relative i
to Comity Treasurers. County Govern
By Mr. Clark—To prohibit the em
ployment of any person other than a citi
zen on any State work. Labor and Capi
By Mr. Harloe— To amend Section IS!)
of County Government Act, with rela
tion to counties of the twenty-seventh
class. County Government.
By Mr. Phillips—To amend Rural Cem
etery Act. Judiciary.
By Mr. Cunningham — To amend Sec
tion 30C.5 of Political Code, relative to the
assessment of railroads operating in more
than one county. Corporations.
Also, to amend Sections XUU and 3GG7 of
the Political Code, relative to the assess
ment of railroads operating in more than
one county. Corporations.
By Mr. Bruner—To authorize the Gov
ernor to employ a stenographer.
On motion of Mr. Bruner, the bill was
sent to the printer at once without refer
ence, by unanimous consent.
[Time of recess extended till 1 p. jr.]
The Speaker announced the following
\|>|iortlonmentand Election Laws—Urusie
Mattock, Dibble, lirown. Hocklm?, Laeey'
Hawley, Cram, Young, SlianahaiK Stabler
Irrigation—Alexander, Smith, Grey. Lynch
I Marion, Hocking, Mattock, Yonnir, Jackson
Cunningham, Mordecui, Caple, Rice.
Ways and Mianir-Dibble, Hocking, Murphy
Hawley, Fowler, Bruner. Galbralth, Phillips
Hail, Kenfro, Shanahnn, Matthews, Cunuta"-
Viticulture and Horticulture—Smith of
Township Governments—Brown of Cala
County and County Boundaries— Barnett of
Sonoma, Dennis, Barnett of San Francisco
Lacey, Rpccher, Dow,Cunningham, Koberison
State Prisons—Estey, Barnett of San Fran
cisco. Lynch, Gordon, Doty, Garner, Kice.
Public Buildings and Grounds—Hersuv.Den
n is, Laeey. Beecher, Barnard, McCall, Dunn
State Charitable and Reformatory Institu
tions—Marion, Freeman, sturtevant, Carcill.
Weston, Arms. Karttn.
Bwamp and (e.vvtlowed Lanfe—Clark. Dur
ner. Weston, Jones, Johnson, Brvant, Cofl'ev
Military AUklra—Johnson, Steltz. Winrow
Phillips, Brusie, Estej-, Dunn, Matthews and'
Education—Galbraith of Santa Cruz, Chair
man: Hail, CfcrgttL Steltz, Freeman, Carter
Hoey, Ren froe and Gould.
Roads and Hiidiways—Matloek Of Tehnma
Chairman; Barnard. Murphy, Karloe, Sturte^
vant, Weston, Eakle. Murinan and Jackson.
Agriculture and Forestry—Sturtevant of
Meiidooino, Chairman; Smith of Orange
Glenn, Hunewell, Barrett, Tennis, Rice and
Attaches and Employes—Daly of San Fran
cisco, Chairman; Banghman, Hersey, Hayes
Hunewell, Jones and Mordecai.
Claims—Ames of Alamcda, Chairman-
Yonns;, Lewis, Carter, Bert, Cunningham and
Corporations—Lowe of Santa Clara, Chair
man; Amrg. Hocking, Hawley, Brown
Barnard, Wolfskin. Arm:-; and Matthews.
r.iin::i( roe and Navigation—Phillips of San
Francisco, Chairman; Ames, Harloe. Youn"
Bledsoe, Lewis, Wolfckill, Robertson ami
Chinese Immigration and Immigration,
Labor and Capital—SU-ltz of San Francisco
Chairman: Tennis, Culver, Lowis, Alexander
Dow, Eukle. Renfroc nnd Stabler.
Mines—Hail of l'laccr. Chairman: Lux
Hunewell. Freeman, Bauglmian, Kellot,'"
llobcrtson. Martin nnd (iurvrr.
Bales and Hcimlnlions—Culver of San Fran
cisco. Chairman: Murphy, Daly, Glynn, Rob
ertson. Benfiroea&d Ftpriin m
state LJbnuy—Carter of Contra Costa Chair
man; Gordon. Hoej-, Cran;, Glynn, Doty and i
Public MOTgl* Cargm of San Benito, Chair- !
in.-vi: Bocber, McCall, Windrow, Hayes, '
Martha and Rice. j
REMARKS BY THE SPEAKER.
The Speaker—The Committee on Elec- j
tions I will notify that I have received the
papers in the case of Campbell against i
Eakle. The committee are supposed to
take charge of them immediately.
With reference to the further announce
ment of attaches of the House. I would
say that there seems to be some question
as to whether the Assembly is not re-j
stricted in the appointment of employes ;
to four races and four porters. I shall
withhold then the announcement of any j
farther, therefore, until the matter is
finally decided by the Attorney General.
In the announcement of committees. I
desire to say that I think there has never
been a time when the Speaker has had
so few appointments to make, to be dis
tributed among so many. I simply tried
to do what -.\:ts best and right;"butof
course no one cau undertake such a task
without canning abme disappointment
among members. I will further s:iv, with
regard to the House that membersiiave
been sacrificing with reference to their
own interests. They have been modest.
And that has imposed an extra burden
upon the Speaker. I believe if members
had warred among themselves, or gotten
mad, or made fch< Speaker mad, !•
have got this or tfeat <>:i'.> off with a 1 • ■:;• r
:. As it is. lam sorry ii" disappoint
ments have beep occasioned, of .course,
but it could ii' >i possibly be helped.
On motion of" Mr. Haw ley, thy House
took a re<-> as ti!! ■j.-.'.io p. ii.
House reassembled; Speaker in the
chair. 801 l called; quorum present
By Mr. Phillips—That the chairman of
each committee be authorized to appoint
a clerk, and the Judiciary, Ways and
Means, and Appropriation committees
each an additional clerk, at a per diem of
By Mr. McC.ill—That W. P. Hamilton
be appointed Second Assistant Minute
Clerk at the same per diem as other as
sistant clerks. Rules suspended and res
By Mr. Baughman—That James Hart
bo appointed lull Clerk for theSergeant
at-Ajine, at a per diem of J5. Rules sus
pended and resolution ;'.(!;/j> cd.
!'y Mr. Lax—That A.E. Poss be ap
pointed File Clerk in the Sergeant-at-
Arm's office, at a per diem of ?5. Kales
suspended and resolution a [opted.
By Mr. Bertr—That the Speaker bo
authorized to ;!]jp(.itit;: messenger i<> con
vey bills to the State Printer, at a per
diem of|s. Boles suspended and resolu
sTKNOtiR.vriTEU TOR THE GOVKKXOR.
Mr. Jinn;: r—-I ask the attention of the
members of the House for a moment.
I They will find on their disks A. B. 1158,
which lias just bejen distributed, Jt is
the same bul which I introduced this
morning and which has been returned
from tin- printer. I will state thai ihe ob
ject of the bil] is fit empower the <■ *v
ernorto employ a stenographer in his
office. There is not a business house in
the State, of any magnitude whatever,
that does p.:>i now employ a stenographer,
and it is a necessity in the Executive
office. 1 there asi unanimoas consent of
the House-that the bill bo taken up out of
ord< i-and read a first time, intending to
follow that with a motion that it be de
clared a case of urgency and react 1 a sec
i oiul and third times and passed.
Unanimous consent was granted and
the bill read the first time, when it was
discovered that a mistake had been made
in printing, and it was, on motion of .'■•■ :•.
Bruner, retransmitted to the printer to
be printed over.
STATK ITUSOX INVESTIGATION*.
By Mr. Shanghai)— That the Governor
be requested to furnish the Assembly
with an itemised statement of the ex
penditures and money appropriated in
the matter of the investigation of the
State Prisons by Governor Waterman;
said statement to show the amount ex
pended and to wlu in paid, and also
whether any part of the 510,000 appropri
ated by the Legislature to make such in
vestigation remains unexpended.
Mr. Shanahan—THere was $10,000 ap
propriated by the last Legislature i<> carry
om that investigation, but there lias never
been any itemized statmeent made or
published as to how il was expended, and
I think the people should be informed in
the matter. Adopted.
TO ABOLISH COMMISSIONS.
By Mr. dark— TMt the Speaker ap
point a committee offlve, ■witn power to
compel the attendance bf witnesses, to take
testimony aim report within thirty days
the condition.necesslfirfor and annual cost
of the Hoards of Agriculture, of Forestry
and of Mining, and !he Yosemite, Horti
cultural and Vitii-nltural Commssaions;
and whether said boards am! commis
sions may not be abolished or consoli
dated as the State Department of the In
terior. A!so, as to the abolition or con
solidation of other State boards and com
Mr. Shanahan—l rise to a point of or
der. The gentleman from Yolo is steal
ing my thunder, and r object to it.
The Speaker—The resolution will he re
ferred to the Committee on Kales, which
has charge of the similar resolution of the
gentleman from Shasta.
By Mr. P.enfro—Joint resolution with
reference to the election of United States
Senators by direct vote of the people.
By Mr. Bledsoe-^Th^tj the Sergeant-at-
Arms furnish each reporter for a daily
newspaper a copy of each printed bill,
journal, etc. Adopted^
Also, a joint resolution asking Congress
to appropriate ?2,000,0JX) for the location
of reservoir sites and construction of
i ■■ servoirs in the State of California. Ir
By Mr. Phillips—Concurrent resolu
tion directing the State Printer t.< deliver
ten copies of every work printed in his
office to the State Librarian, and two cop
ies to the Librarian or the State Unher
sity. Public Printing;
MESSAGE FROM Ti^E GOVERNOR.
That Marvin R. Higgins had been ap
pointed Private Secretary.
By Mr. Alexander—To create a State
Association of irrigation Districts and to
provide for the creation of a State Board
of Irrigation to manage and conduct the
affairs of the same. Irrigation.
By Mr. Brown—To amend Section W4
'of Political Code, providing for the rate
of interest on payments for school lands.
By Mr. Sturtevant—To provide for the
care of public roads and highways. Roads
Also, to amend Section 3537 of Political
Code with reference to exemption from
jury duty. Judiciary.
By Mr. Bledsoe—To repeal Supreme
Court Commissioners Act. Judiciary.
By Mr. Jackson—To provide for the
preservation of deer and'other game ani
mals. Fish and Game.
By Mr. Rice— To create a lien in favor
of owners of stallions, etc. Agriculture.
By Mr. Alexander—To forbid the sale
or furnishing of tobacco in certain forms
to minors. Public Morals.
By Mr. Culver—That Ed Short be ap
pointed to take care of the cloak-room at
a per diem offS. Attaches. •
Also, that eaeli standing committee be
allowed not exceeding fXO worth of sup
plies. Ways ami Means.
By Mr. Johnson—That all requisitions
on the Secretary of State for supplies
most be signed oy the Chairman of the
committee using the same. Ways and
ASKED TO REPORT.
Mr. Shanahan—l move that the Com
mittee on Bales, to whom was referred
my resolution for the appointment of a
committee to investigate as to the advisa
bility and practicability of consolidating
the various State Boards and Commis
sions, be required to report the same
back to the House forthwith.
Mr. Clark—lt is only to-day that the
committee has been appointed and I do
not think, in justice to it, the motion of
the gentleman from Shasta should pre
vail at this time. The committee have
had no opportunity to examine the reso
lution at all.
Mr. Lowe —When the resolution was
introduced and referred, the Committee on
Rules had not been appointed: and I ask,
on behalf of that committee, with permis
sion of the gentleman from Shasta, until
next Friday to report it back.
Mr. Shanahan—l considered at the time
the resolution was sent to the Committee
on Rules that the reference was some
what inappropriate. Now, I fancy when
it comes back from that committee there
will be no recommendation. That com
mittee was not appointed to deal with
questions of that nature, and I was pleased
to see the Speaker, as good a parliamen
tarian as in the House, vote against its
reference to it. It was wholly out of rea
son that the resolution should be so re
ferred, and it was because of a supposed
partisan necessity that the gentleman
from Santa Clam made the motion. We
noiv see a committee, never formed to
consider questions of the character, in
possession of this resolution, introduced
in most absolute good fiiith, and the com
mittee have held it four or five days with
out a report. And when they do make a
report, whether pro or con, it wi!l depend
on the sound Judgment of the House
whether the resolution Is adopted or not
Mcimime, my political opponents here,
and particularly my friend from Yolo.
after voting to inappropriately refer
my resolution, are commencing the intro
duction oi' resolutions of similar charac
ter. I have objected to it as stealing- my
thunder. ■As :i matter of Set, it is. If I
have a resolution worthy the considera
tion of tills body, which I offer in »ood
faith, it should L-c considered, although
offered by a Democrat, as fairly and con
scientiously as if ottered byn Rci
can. I tip.nk that only t-tir, and rdo not
think it fair to side-track a resolution ;s.s
mine has be* a,
Mr. < lark—it seems to me that one as
Familiar v. tth parli&uu atai-y asa je as the
senueaian from Shasta ouant Up havo
Known when ho introancea Ms resolu
tion thai the titui? was wholly Enappropri
are, ihero being no proper commfttco to
which to refer it. And it seems to me
that he is attempt ins to steal t!» thunder
ot tins Assembly by crowding in before
anyone else could get in.
Mr. Dibble—The gentleman from Shasta
overlooks the fact that the resolution pro
poses to raise a conimiitee, and, by par
hamentary custom, -ocs to the (..'on'imitee
on Rules. In justification of the action of
the majority here, I desire to say that it
was not a departure from ordinary legis
lation. The majority are responsible for
Legislation, and it was entirely proper
thai the resolution should goto the com
nutteo having charga of the rules of the
Hi ii- ■••. that a proper resolution providing
for the appointment of such a committee
as desired m%ht bo formulated.
Ihe gentleman from Shasta need
not worry himself The proposition did
not originate v. itli Bim, but With the Ex
ecutive in his biennial message. In insti
fieation of tho d( lay, I need ' but say that
ihe CJommittee on Bn}es was only ap
pointed to-day, the former committee
being but a temporary one, which the
resolution did not read and should not
have reached. It will now be si mm due
course to the permanent committet and
reported, and, vi my judgment, adopted.
Mr. Lowe—The resolution is not yet
properly before the Committee tin Rnlcs,
which committee was nol appointed until
to-day. L think the committee will be
able to report the resolution back by Fri
day next, jiinf i:t view of that 1 hay "asked
the gentleman trom Shoots towitiidraw
his motion, which he declines. Now, I
move, as an amendment to his motion,
that thocommittee be required to report
the resolution bark on BWdai.
Mr. Shanahan —Tiie ainendiueni is dila
tory in its nature, and that is what lam
trying to obviate. DuTing the cortrseof
my entire legislative exporienoc 1 have I
known but very lev. instances where a
resolution appointing ji special oonurdttee
;•::, , referred at all. I have endeavored to
ascertain why there has been no meeting
of the Committee on Rales since my reso
lution was referred to it. and have aseor
tained from Democratic membera of it
that they havo roeeh •<! no notification
of any meeting. 1 offered the resolution
in cood laiili. iuul it is my work. 1 be
gan the Bght two years ago, when I
started the investigation into the stale
Prisons; and was defeated by ihvo Repub
lican Executive, from reaching a con
summation of it then, and my resolution
now is but in liije with and a continuation
Mr. Bruner—l do not see any cause for
alarm on the part of tho gentleman Brom
Shasta. Uis resolution is of great mo
ment, very important in its nature, and
ought to be thoroughly considered. The
method hy which the special committee
shall be appointed and the scope of its
investigation should bo well considered
There is plenty of time between next
Friday, when the report of the Committee
iii Rules will be made, and the end of
the session, to accomplish the purpose
sought. It ia not to steal anyom a
thunder, but to sec- that that which'is best
for the people is done. 1 do nut believe
any resolution of the importance of this
should be hastily considered. I would
not be ready to vote on it now, aa it
stands, although I have read the message
of theCrovernor arfa listened to the elo
quent language of the gentleman from
Shasta. 1 want more^time to consider the
mutter, and want the committee to con
sider it. 1 think tße amendment should
The amendment was then agreed to and
the motion as amended adopted;
By Mr. Hawley—That 1,000 copies of the
rules and the list of committees be
printed for the uso of the Assembly
By Mr. Hocking—That a special com
mittee of five be appointed by the Speaker
to examine Into the various State boards
and commissions, with a view to consoli
dation, with power to p-.-cp.are and pre
sent bills to that end. which bills shall be
placed on the general tile and with au
ihorityto ;-.en;< for persons and paners
and take testimony. Hales.
Mr. Marioq said he had not, box had
several of his colleagues, received the
copies of the codes voted by the House.
The Speaker said the copies could he ob
tained by any member at thoomoe of the
Secretary of State by signing a receipt.
Mr. Daly, at his request, iv»s excused
from serving as Chairman of the Com
mittee on Attaches, and Mr. Lux was
appointed in his stead.
The Judiciary Committee of the As
sembly held its tirsi meeting last evening
for the consideration of bills. Several
were discussed, but action taken on only
These will both ho reported on favor
ably. One is Dibble's bill making wo
men eligible to appointment as Notaries
The other was Wentwcrth's bill pro
viding that contempt of court cannot bo I
committed except in ihe presence of the
OVER THE STORM MARK.
Peculiar Uoliavior of Signal Service
Ofllccj1 Barwick's Barometer. •
The Signal Service temperature at 5 a.
m. and sp. v. yesterday was 34° and 49°,
while the highest and lowest was 51° and
32°, with penile southerly winds and a
cloudless sky. The barometrical readings
at 5 a. m. and 5 r. at. were 30..J0 and
The highest and lowest temperature one i
j i .ir ago >'•■• irday was -i2~ and 34°, with
.10 of an inch of rain, and one year ago
to-day 40° and 30°, with .10 of an inch'of
There appears to be a mcKleration in •
the temperature yesterday morning. It
was 4° warmer in Contra! California, 6°
warmer in Oregon, and 2° warmer ha
Washington than it was on Sunday
morning, although the barometer is al
most as high as ii was over known to l>c,
reading over 30.50 inches, or one inch
higher than when a storm is raging.
A Significant Step Forward.
[Sacramento Suntiay Leader, Jan. 11th.]
The Kecohd-Uxion appeared yesterday
in a garb so now and so diflfearent Iron. Its
fainilisir attire that its old friends hardly
knew it. Tho sheet is now turned off
from a new perfecting press from stereo
type plates, and is quite abreast of the ?.go
in every mechanical appliance. With
such Cicilities tho Recorjj-Umoi> ought
to have no trouble in attaining distinction
among the great newspapers of the coast.
War! on scrofula and every form of
impure blood is boldly declared by
Hood's Sorsaparilla, the jfi-eat conqueror
of all bloo<l disease. When given a fair
trial it will prove its merit.
BBAmraßoxara is reconimended by
sister to siater for headaches from any
MONET TO" LOAN-ON CITY. AND
country property. HUDDOX & FKE,
M><; I street, .j : .
A< V.AMENTO COUNTY POULTRY
O Yar^sj teadine varieties for sale: eggs for
liatchlng: tar fttrt&er particulars .send for'enta
loyue. GKI). E. DLDEX, proprietor. Box :
376, Hacramento. jas-tf
DIiKH.-^MAIv IXG—MKS7MAY STKVEXS^
formerly with Mrs. Hchlrmcr, ha-? o]>encd
nnrt-clan drcssmakioc parlors at OltfSeveirth i
, ;':it-V: of <cx>per'« music stores. Ladies", !
children's uud infants' white underwear a spe- ;
clalty; plain sewing solicited. o2:J-U ]
Clearing Sale i
No bargains that we have ever offered before begin
to compare with those to be found in our Cloak Depart
ment this morning. They not only eclipse all our pre
vious efforts, but leave every so-called mark-down sale
so far, so very far behind, that they remind one of a pow
erful locomotive whistling past an old-time stage coach
Ladies' Broadcloth Fancy Braided Walking Jack
ets, reduced from $g to $6 45.
| The $6 Jackets to $3 50. -
I I 3 Jackets to $1 95.
i Newmarkets at a third and a half off.
A STORE FULL OF JUST THE
THE WEATHER SETS YOU THINKING OF.
Sacramento, Cal., Blankets, 11-4, pure white wool,
$m regular; sale price, $6 95.
One hundred pair Eureka Gray 4-pound Blankets,
89 cents a pair.
The "California King" All-wool, 10 1-2 pounds, 4
point Gray Blankets, manufactured in Wood
land. Sale price, $7 25 a pair.
Five, six, seven, eight-pound California Wool Blank
ets, white and colored, all stripped of profit and
a part of the cost price clipped half, and less
than half, tells the price story oftener than not.
HEN'S FLANNELETTE OVERSHIRTS, with collars, covered buttons; sizes, 15 to
iOVi; reduced from 50 cents to 25 cents.
Over a hundred TRIMMED HATS AND BON
NETS go down to-day. Belated styles are never meaner
than in Millinery. We hustle all out while the season
is still young. Better clip prices than begin a season
C. HE. GII^EjPIN,
SACRAMENTO, CAL. *
KEY. J. B. SILCOX WILL SPEAkHaT
the W. C. T. U.Mission this (Tues
day) EVENING. All those who are Interest
ed in mission work will conje every evening
and help us sing. • it*
REG! I.AX MEETING OF CALIFORNIA
Temple No. 1, Pythian .Sisters, Tills
rim -.:lavi F.V.EXIX<i. at 7:80 o'clock, at
Pythian Oastle. Installation of officers.
WESSIE KATZENSTEIN, M. E. C.
>T. A. FrTgOBBALP, M. o!' It. ('. It*
TkEGULAR MEETING FAIR OAKS RE-
I > lief Corps, at tivan.'ir Hall THIS EVEN
ING at 7 o'clock. By command,
MARY (iILJIEK O'NEAL, President.
Mappb R.Hkwky, Secretory. [B. CJ. it*
CONFIDENCE LODGE NO. 7s. K. of J*~
P.—Every member is earnestly re-^-^L-^,
Quested to attend special meeting THisviS^v
(Tuesday) EVENING, at 7 o'clock ->Ch«
Bharp. PnWic Installation of officers for the
ensuing term, by Invitation.
11 s j X. IIOFFELT, C. C.
CJTATED MEETING OF CONCORD ft
O Lodge, No. 1 1,'. F. and A. iL.TUIs -^,
(Tuesday) EVENING, .January 1:»U,70t
at 7 o'clock. Visiting brethren cor-' ▼A
dlally invited. A. M. JOHNSON, \V. Iff.
W. if. HgvJEjiKk,Secretary. it*
REGULAR MEETING OF OCCI-«. -
dental Encampment Xo. 12, THIS *%/*
(Tuesday) EVENING, at 7:80 o'clock. y\
Installation of officers. Pacific Encamp- / \
meat Xo. 2, and Sacramento Canton Xo. T,
will pay us a fraternal visit. Visiting Patri
archs are cordially invited to attend]
G. KHOMER, C. P.
F. C. Hyde, Scribe. It*
OF FtCERS AXD MEMBERS OF fc "^
Pacific Encampment No. 2,1. (>. *\>*»
O. F., will lac.-i at their hall THIS /\
(Tuesday) EVENING: January 13th, / X
to pay aiVatenial visit to Occidental Encamp
ment, Xo.-.l it.
F. M. JACKSON, Chief Patriarch.
N^W. Rop.niNs. Scribe. it*
BROTHERS OF RED OflTTn -ttf^T
Tribo No. 41, will please meet at "J"^^~
the Wigwam TUESDAY EVENING, r^TT
January 18th. at 7:30 Bharp. --**^A
Installation of officers and Ghost Dance will
take place.- Members of slsterTrlbeßcordially
invited. H. 0. HURLBUT, Sachem.
Tnos. G. Earns, C. of R. lt»
A TTEXTIOX EXEMPTS!—THE _o_
J\ The regular election o( otjicers "Sjfe^T"
of the E>:empt Firemen's .*-.■ .-i.fi- ■jjyyffifc'^X
I ation of Sacramento will be held v§t~\jieL _
on SATURDAY, the 24th day ol January,
1891, at Firemen's Hall. EigUUi street, Ih
-1 tween .1 and X, Sacramento. The officers of
! the election arc ELI MAYO. Judge; ('. M
IFOLGER andJ. "W. M. SMITH, Inspectors.
I The polls will be open from 3to7i\ K. All
mcmbcrE three moths in arrears for dues and
tines cannot vote.
SaeramcntO, January 1 2, 1 891.
HIRAM COOK. President.
"War. Avkby, Secretary. [B.C.] jal3-llt
"\TT ANTED—SUIT OF ROOIIS^ AXD
VV a;iu board for gentleman anri wife with
two children. Address care Mills & Hawk,
301 J street. Jal3-Gt*
TTTANTED—ROOM AXD BOARD IN PKl
\\ vate family in the vicinity of this office.
Ad'Jp box 55, this office. jal3-2t*
WANTED— A Y< il'Sttl iIRL OR WOMAN
to care for two children and maid for
lady. One that can live at home and come
during the day preferred. Xo housework.
Apply to MUM h Hawk, ;i<u J st. lal3-tf
WAAXTKD— A r,'?-IX.'H SICC. iVI-i;.'. li
bicycle, or a safety hicycle, Must be in
flrst-clnsa condition. Send full description
and price to JJ. E. \V\, this office. jal:;-7t
■XTfANTED—A f:i:i;:<'AX LAPY OF XX-
V V perieuee would iike to go ou; nurßtne. < vr
to do housework by the day. Address MRS
WEBBE ft, 11201 »1 ruet; jal 3-31*,
WXTED— A MAN AND WIFE, OR
two ladies or two gentlemen, to take a
nice front room with siove iv it, and board nt
tow 1 rates; close to Capitol; also another nice
large room at 1510 Eleventh street, between
O and P streets. jal3-4t"
TXTANTED, AGEXTS!—GOOD ACTIVE
VV gentlemen or ladies for something en
tirely new; light and profitable; takes uith
every one. Apply 1033 Eighth street, from 1
t091%K. Ji li!L.
TntfANTED-PARTIES TO TAKE AN IX
\\ terest i:i the Sectional Giant Quartz
Mill, or meritorious qualities; patented. JAB.
lA. SCOTT, Goldeu Eagle Hotel, Sacra
mento. ; f
WANTED— MEN FOR FARMS, VlXE
yards, dairies and all kinds of labor.
\\ omen aud prirls for cooking and peiicml
housework. Plf-nty 01" work lor desirable help.
I Apply at EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, Fourth
] street, X and L.
LOST— TWO IHXTIXG DOGS, ONE
black and whlteaiultheotherbrown.black
and white. Finder return to 1100 Fourth
street and be rewarded. Jai;;-:>t*
LOST— AT lX.vrcrHAL BALL, ONE
gold and platintmi locket, set with one
diamond in center and containing pictures of
two children. Finder will please return to
DX. W. 11. C'LUX E.ss and be rewarded, jall-tf
©a £et or i&cnt.
mo LET—A PARLOR, AT 715 I STREET;
X also a carriage barn. lucjuire ai the above
namber. . jaia-tf
mo LET—THE ICE AXD COAL YARD
I. formerly occupied by the Union lee and
Coal Co., 1009-11-13 and 15 Third street, be
tween J and K. For further particulars in
quire of J. D. Tatc, 1001 Third street, up
1 b. Jaia-7t*
IX) LET—A SUITE OF NICELY FUR
nb..hed rooms and one bedroom; 112!) O
rpO LET—TWO ROOMS SUITABLE FOR
J_ lljrlit houseki ■cpinj;-; also, two single rooms
Btiitaole for gentlemen; t)lo Fifth street, near
the railroad shops. Jall-4t*
rri'i RENT—THREE FURNISHED ROOMS
.L for light housekeeping, 10:>s, cor. Second
rpo LET—A HOUSE OF SIX ROOMS AND
J_ closets, neatly finished, at No. 141: i J
Bt. Inqaireof A. COt>L< rr, 81 2 I st. jaB-tf_
AAI COR. L AND FOURTH—ROOMS HY
•xUI the day, week or month. LAXGHAM.
rpb LET—SMALL TENEMENTS AXD
J. also unfurnished rooms, cheap; suitable
for housekeeping. Apply to l>. GaRDXER,
at wood-yard. Fourth and 1 streets. iuyl7-tf
Fl RNISHED KOOMB AT CENTRAL
House, I'.om $5 per month upwards: also
tunlly room.; ai low prices. HORNLBIN
BROS., Proprietors. mria-ly
TJTURNIBHED ROOMS AT THE BUBS
1; llou.-e; also from, parlor suHc*: j,le:.sau»
location; only two bJocKa Iroro Capitol. 1000
and tO] ; .: stroct. * d:so-i4f
rnOLK! \ :■ i• i:x;-, I:r:~flat~of"five
JL rooßis. Inquire at 1128 Ninth ->t. j»7-i4t*
TO LET DURTNG LEGISLATURE, A
larjc fun:i>he<! ;.uito of ro>>W»«l 71t J.
TX>K RENT—KURNISHED ROOM. IN P«l-
Jj vate faiiilly, EUitablO for one or two gentle
men; two block* from Capitol, 819 o street.
rpo LEI 1 —A HOUSE OF SIX ROOMJi,
JL newly painted and papered throazluiat,
corner Thirteenth and F streets. Apply *i
Brown House, Fourth and X streets. J[l!-S
A. GLEE.MAX. Ja9-tf
FOR SALE-A (iOOD RKSTAURAXT, 3X>
ing a jjood business. Inquire ?.l tiiis of
!''-c- jal 1-81
■|?OR BALE—ONE BEDROOM SET NEAH
JTJ ly new, besides more l'uiniuire and other
iiousehold ariicles. Will be sold -■!!<•■.'p on ac
count of leaving the city. At 71f. jl> street
"VTOTICE-HAVE YOU A\Y IXTEXTIOJ*
i> ofinvesting in ;?, 4. Cor 10 acres of rich
land just outside! he city and only short dis
tance Bom terminus of New Electric Hallway?
If so, it will pay you big to see.mo and and
what I have to oiler. M. J. DILLMAN, 1420
O ttrect; at :JO3 .1 street between IS aud 1.
FOR SALE—A HANDSOME BUGGY
horse. perfectly gentle; especially suited
for lady to drive; rapW traveler, and one ot
the !><■*! saddle-horses In the city. A. O.
GREGORY, Fifth and -I, Sacramento. JaO-tf
Foil SALK-OXE OF THE FINEST AND
largest saloons in the City; extra fomilY
entrance; best, location; btock o:id lease. lu
qalre al this office. oS-ii
fiBOiCK LOT OJ? CANARY BIRDS I'OR
\j sale, 1112 F street. d2l-3m*
P@H SALE—CHOICE AND RELTABU3
r fruit trees, fall on 0. <). GOODRICH,
Hiversido Nursery, three miles south of city.
r. O.address, Sacramento. <i:;i 1:
FC>R SALE—GAS LAUXcif"NiTAI* r <i\!-;
man cau handle her; need* neither pild
nor engineer license; simplest and safesteo
ginemade. Inquire OFFICER MAY, Wash
ington, Yo!o. Jai-l it*
— MUIIDE Sealed Yreotlae, pxpfaljiimt wm»
&m.J*'\m f% lute unit ptrrtfxt CUKK Tviiiioul
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