THURSDAY MARCH 19, 1891
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Forecast till 8 p. m. Thursday, 19th—For
Northern California —Fair weather; except
light rain or snow at Winnemucca aud Keeler;
high north to west winds; nearly stationary
temperature, except cooler at Winnemucca,
Keeler, Red Blufl" and Sacramento.
For Southern California—Light rains, turn
ing to snow in the mountains; winds shifting
to north and west, incretising in force to brisk
to Ugh] cooler.
FOREIGN COLONIES IN AMERICA.
In all the dispatches concerning the
New Orleans tragedy thero is constant
reference to the Italian Colony in this,
that or tho other city, and demands for
the protection of these colonies. Of
course subjects of Italy in tho United
States must be protected precisely as are
any other aliens. The laws are for all and
the alien receives from them precisely the
protection that our own citizens are ac
corded. But tho use ofthe word "colony"
in theso references is obnoxious. Since
American citizens are included in the
designation, its uso amounts to a con
fession that they aro citizens for conven
ience only, and are not at heart Amer
icans. We understand that in the
ordinary use of the word, which is con
ventional, there is intended no offense.
But at all times it ought to apply to aliens
If adopted citizens class themselves
with groups that appeal to foreign powers
in the hour of trial, they are untrue to
their assumed allegiance, and form a part
of that dangerous class against which this
journal has repeatedly protested—the
Americans who hyphenate their citizen
ship. Xo American citizen can classify
himself in an organization that is foreign
by title and spirit, and be trusted to deal
fairly by the United States. There is
danger to republican institutions in the
spirit manifest in more than one quarter
to consider American citizenship a mere
matter of convenience, with the reserva
tion in mind of real loyalty to the fore
sworn countries of the old world. There
is more than danger in the manifestation
of this spirit—it is an absolute threat and
justifies the gravest apprehensions. If it
augments in tbe next ten years as it has
in the past decade the United States will
in self protection be driven to the adop
tion of a policy that-will extend the pro
bationary period essential to citizenship
to such a term of years as will justify the
assumption that the applicant has bee"n
thoroughly weaned away from his earlier
When large bodies of professed Ameri
can citizens ignore their own Govern
ment ancl address the representatives of
foreign Governments, and petition them
to move in demand against tho Gov
ernment of the petitioners, the honste
American citizen may well feel humilia
tion and alarm. It should have been
■nfficient in this New Orleans case
for these adopted citizens to have ap
pealed to the American Government.
It had not shown any disposition to re
fuso justice or to condone the lawlessness
at Xew Orleans. On the contrary, it was
moving with energy and resolution at
the very moment that appeals were being
flashed to Italy to demand of the United
States full and complete reparation, and
advising that such demands should be
accompanied by threats of violence. In
dignation at such wanton insults as these
is only restrained by tho reflection that
such appeals are the outcome of unrea
soning heat and inflamed blood and are
promoted by rattle-headed journalistic
loaders, who, unfortunately, are able to
poso as the exponents of public opinion,
but really represent nothing more than
alien intolerance, narrow-mindedness
and foreign jealousy.
DZ-VilXO WITH WHITE CAPS.
lii Indiana the difficulty in punishing
White Caps is in the terrorism of their
organization over courts aud juries.
Now, however, the Legislature is about
to provide by law that for all injuries
committod by this lawless element the
county within which the outrage takes
place shall bo liable for the damages.
This, it is believed, will have the effect of
giving courage to innocent citizens, and
of cowing the guilty, who will be pun
ished by heavy taxation, and will not
dare to complain. It is the belief that the
White Caps represent some of the heavi
est taxpayers, and that they will there
fore hesitate to indict upon themselves
It in a novel remedy, and we entertain
much doubt concerning its effectiveness.
It will unfortunately inflict punishment
equally upon the guiltless, and while this
may inspire some to resist the merciless
gangs, it will be more likely to drive
people out of the afflicted counties. The
better plan would seem to be to so people
the disturbed regions with peace officers
that the White Caps can be taken if thoy
turn out, and prosecuted to conviction.
The taxation scheme lacks ability to give
courage to those sutt'ering by White Cap
raids to bring civil actions against the
counties that are to be made liable for
judgments obtained. Will not the ter
rorism that now cows jurors in the crim
inal courts operate to intimidute plaintiffs
and jurors in civil coses? The scheme
may be worth trial, but tho strong arm of
Exeeuti%'c power, backed by the National
Guard ofthe State, if need be, aud guided
by detective ability, would seem to be
the best agency to employ in suppressing
these Indiana bulldozers and the lawless
gangs that prowl at night, and whip and
brand citizens and drive them from their
A WESTERN CONFERENCE.
The conference to be held at Kansas
City on tho 15th of April will attract
much attention. It is to include men of all
political faiths and representatives of the
Farmers' Alliance and all industrial and
commercial bodies. The call for tho con
ference was issued by the Legislature of
Kansas, and runs to all the States from
Texas to the Territories upon the upper
rivers. Tho purpose is to consider all
questions afi'ecting tho economics of the
West and the Southern States imme
diately related thereto by commercial in
terests. About one-half of tho States ami
Territories iuvited havo already chosen
Such a conference, if conducted abovo
the level of partisan politics, must result
in much good. It will be beneficent if it
does no more than to bring representa
tive men of tho several sections together,
for by their association und the exehango
of views in tho convention thoy must
come to better understanding ofthe needs
of tho people, and more nearly approach
unanimity of sentiment upon topics of
vital concern to the West. The West has
suffered of late severely, and the causo
for the disquiet will be discussed and tho
proposed policies for its alleviation de
bated from commercial and industrial
Every consultation that is not domi
nated by party politics and that is pro
moted upon the high grounds of fair play,
community of interest and wiso economy,
regardless of partisan gain or loss, must
result beneficially. Such councils will
exert a powerful influence upon legisla
tion, tending to check radicalism and pro
moto conservative and non-partisan
action, and to lead the people to thought
ful consideration of the needs of the
country, without being subjected to the
sophistries of designing and ambitious
In the State Board of Trade on Tuesday
Vice-President Mills declared that Cali
fornia is in advertised abroad, more
poorly, indeed, than any othor State and
that it suffers in consequence. Of this
there is no doubt whatever. The trouble
is that with all our industry in distribut
ing the literature of our climate and pro
duction, w© have failed in the little details.
We assume that the Eastern man under
stands our geographical distinctions, our
technical references to climatic periods,
or our statements concerning seasons.
Thus, Mr. Mills told of one inquiring
correspondent who could not understand
from immigration literature how it is
that we have plentiful rainfall and yet
dry grapes in the open air. Consequently
the recital in the pamphlet excited his un
belief as to all of its statements. Tho
need of the State in tho matter of adver
tising its claims abroad is that it shall be
done intelligently and with such explicit
detail tliat the reader of immigration
literature cannot draw any false infer
ences. The matter of distribution of such
reading matter as we prepare is simply
one of good business judgment. Prob
ably the very best means of reaching the
people at the East, so as to attract their
thoughtful attention to the agency of
printed matter, is to use the press of the
East. It may be the more costly plan,
but is tho most direct. California on
Wheels, however, has been of infinitely
greater value te the State as an advertis
ing medium than any scheme short of
permanent exhibitions yet advised. For
tify well superintendedexhibitionsof our
products at the East with lucid, well au
thenticated reading matter, without ex
aggeration and so specific in detail that
no one cau misapprehend it, and we will
have adopted the best possible system.
The proposition to have tho northern and
central sections maintain exhibitions of
products at several points in the East,
notably in Western States, is now before
tlie State Board, and ought to be adopted.
If agreed to, the means for maintenance
should not be difficult to secure.
Tue belief of the public that corruption
is alarmingly prevalent in public station
and official trusts, and that place and ad
vantage are made matters of dicker, has
been emphasised anew by rumors of the
disco very of evidences of venality among
members of the Legislature. The details
so far as revealed were given in full in
tho Kecord-U-sion yesterday. At this
writing thero ia nothing revealed with
the positiveness that will justify judg
ment being formed. The Legislature
has called for the evidence ot corruption
said to have been rescued from a waste
paper basket in the Capitol. By this
timo it may have beon submitted and its
true value ascertained. But whatever
there is of gravity in tho matter should
be uncovered. The people will be con
tent with nothing short of the most
searching inquiry, and the most exhaust
ive possible investigation. The Legisla
ture owes it to tho Stat, to go to the bot
tom of tho affair, and lay it bare to the
public gaze. Ko sort of trifling wiil be
tolerated. Whoever is guilty, if there is
guilt or attempted guilt, must bo named
and held v-p to the execration of the peo-
SACRAMEXTO DAILY RECORD-TTyipy, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1891.—SIX PAGES.
pie. If any now suspected of attempting
or of having accomplished corrupt ends
aro innocent, common justice demands
that the fact should be made emphatically
public. Publicity is the great purifier in
all these cases, and it should be invoked
to tho fullest possible extent.
It is in evidence, and undisputed, that
tho Mafia, the Sicilian organization of cut
throats and blackmailers, exists in this
country, and that it plies its trado of
assassination boldly, and thus far success
fully defies the authorities of the chief
cities. We have it on authority that not
even the holy office of the priest is ex
empt from its blade; that it deliberately
plans extortion and accompanies it with
a decree of death if compliance with the
demand is not prompt. The people of
the United States will, therefore, prob
ably demand of their officials the thor
ough breaking up of these gangs, and
that such a policy shall be adopted for tho
iutnre as will place the bars so high that
these black sheep cannot get over them.
The Italian paper of New York that had
the courage to say that it was not sur
prised at such affairs us the tragedy at
New Orleans, since we freely admit all
tho ex-galley slaves of Europo to our
firesides, struck the key-note of possible*
Tin. Los Angeles Citrus Fair is to be
reproduced in Chicago at once, and an
ugont to securo rooms and arrange for tho
reception of tho fruits iias already been
sent forward. This is wise and energetic
action. The spirit of tho southern breth
ren is ofthe business and practical order,
and is a worthy example to the northern
and central sections.
THEY WANT A JURY.
Dunlap and Hays Arrested and
Charged with Being Vagmntß.
James Dunlap and Thomas Hays, two
young men who have been arrested on
numerous occasions by the polico, but
Mho generally managed to escape con
viction for vagrancy by producing evi
dence showing that they had done a few
odd jobs within ten days previous to
their arrest, were again arraigned in the
Police Court yesterday on a charge of
vagrancy. They demauded a jury trial,
and the cases were set for the __..th inst.
Mary Roberts, who indulged in a St.
Patrick's Day drunk, was excused.
Josiah Boss was sentenced to pay a fine
of §10 for disturbing the peace.
George Green was taxed -fo for getting
on a spree, and James Peterson was fined
$_! 50 for beating a restaurant keeper out
oi a meal.
Excellent Husbands All.
"I have a good husband," said the first
lady. "I have au income of %4,<M) and I
give him half. He loves me very much."
"I have a better husband tlian that,"
said the second lady. "He earns $1,000
and gives mo half. He loves mo very
"I have still a better husband," said
the third lady. "lie earns $4 000 and gives
me half. Then he is so carelam that I get
JSOO of the remainder out of his pockets
without his being aware of it. He loves
me very much."— Munscy's Weekly.
The Western Settler's Chosen Specific.
With every advance of emigration into
the far West a new demand is created for
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. Newly
peopled regions are frequently less salu
brious than older settled localities, on ac
connt of tho miasma which rises from
recently cleared land, particularly along
the banks of rivers that are subject to
freshets. Tho agricultural or mining
emigrant soon learns, when ho does not
already know, that the Bitters afford tho
only sure protection against malaria, and
those disorders of the stomach, liver and
bowels to which climatic changes, ex
posure and unaccustomed or unhealthy
water or diet subject him. Consequently
he places an estimate upon this great
household specific aud preventive com
mensurate with its intrinsic merits, and
is careful to keep on hand a restorative
and promoter of health so implicitly to be
relied upon in time of need.
Beecham's Pills cure sick headache.
RUB THE GUMS WELL
With SOZODOXT when they become sponey
or detached from the necks of tlie teeth. L?t
them bleed freely and so recover tbeir tone
and health. This SOZODOXT is the best
remedial aijent for diseased gums aud teeth.
Try aud learn. TTH
SAMPLE ROOMS, 1014 Sixth street, be
tween J and K. Fine Wines, Liquors and Ci
gars. JACOB KEARTH, Proprietor.
PAIXLESS EXTRACTIOX OF TEETH, by
use of local anesthetic. DR. WELDON, den
tist, Eighth aud .1 streets.
GRAND EVENT OF THE SEASON.3\
Fight to a Finish between JAM. MOR
RISSEY of Sacramento and OEO. MULHOL
LAND of Australia, lor a purse of 52/>0 and
cute money, at Ciunie Opera House. THURS
DAY EVENING, Man-h 19th. Admission?
PELICAN CLUB WILL GIVE THEIR AX
uual Social APRIL 10th. it
PROFESSOR O'MALLEY MILL GIVE AX
owl party at his dauclng academy, Y. M.
I. Hall, FRIDAY KVKHHSG. Admission-
Gents, 50 cents; Ladles, 25 cents. mrl9-2t*
THE. '■ IVI YStTc KREWE"
Capital City 11 £~Ch. 160,1. 0. 0. F.,
Will give an entertainment and dance at
TURXER HALL, on
FRIDAY EVENING, MAI.Cn 20th.
Among the feature*, will be a cos-tame drill
by "The Krcwe," together with tableaux, liv
ing statuary, songs and recitations. Single ad
mission, FIFTY -EXTS. mflu-*.'t
Across from the Depot and Boat Landing,
AITILL Orfcx APRIL IST AT 10__f. FROXT
>V street. Rooms and board, Sis per
month. Rooms by the Week, from $1 up.
MRS. CHRISMAAX, Proprietor.
Advice to tLe Aged.
Aie brl nfi in f trail t ies, sue l_ as sl tiff
rlsh bowels, weak kidneys aad blad
ncr and torpid liver.
bare a specific effect on these organs
Itlmnlatlngr the bowels, giving natur
kl discharge* withont strain Iny oi
IMP AEUNG VIGOB
to tho kidney*, bladder nnd liven
rhey ar* adapted to old or young.
CAST YOUR m OVER THIS,
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t-B. DX. LIEBIG'S WOMDERFUL GERtIAM IMVIGORATOR,
tfca greatest r.ui.-dy for -_x***b oomjjtJairi-i. To prove ita _u*nta,
tl trial tv.ule .*:■.•. free. A I-.--.**-, DR. HEBIG A CO. it* Uearr
Li. ___n iTriaru-., Cai., or I-'. W. UUi Rt. K_.'_u Citr. Ha
___^ S«lc iiroe. St <8,0.
Do You Use !
If not, count yourself fortunate; but if so, it is to your
interest to know what we are doing for you in that line.
Spectacles as they are, and have been sold, figure as an
expensive necessity, the dealer's profit being greatly out of
proportion to their intrinsic value. We think you will appre
ciate the virtue of a proper profit on such goods, and have
accordingly just added a complete assortment of Spectacles and
Eye Glasses, and are prepared to fit the eye accurately and
scientifically. Our purchases have been made direct from the
manufacturer and in large quantities, and the advantages
arising therefrom also assist in decreasing the selling prices.
No matter what you want in Optical Goods we are able to
Largest Clothing Assortment in the Gity.
Ahead of •
| Any and All.
Over two weeks ago we threw out the assertion that
through our system of DIRECT importations we were able to
put before the ladies of Sacramento the cream of the season's
styles in Dress Goods almost as soon as they were received by
the New York jobbers, the only difference in time being that
for transportation across the continent.
The sequel is easily seen. While for the past two weeks
we have been showing a large assortment of choice styles, the
reverse is noted elsewhere. Those who depend upon New
York jobbers for their supplies are necessarily subject to de
lay, and this is a season above all previous ones when dress
goods buyers can least afford to wait because of the earliness
of Easter-day. Hence we say calmly and confidently that our
Dress Goods stock is par excellence ahead of any and all others.
HALE BROS. & CO.,
Nos. 825, 827, 829, 831, 833, 835 X St., and 1026 Ninth St.,
INFANTS' MATS Al Bjjjj
Our New Spring Line of Infants' Coats and Caps
are Now Ready for Sale.
We are showing over 20 styles in Infants' Long Cash
mere Embroidered Coats, ranging from $1 75 to $15
Our line of Infants' Short Coats are also complete, and
we are now able to please you in style, quality and
In Infants' Mull and Silk Bonnets we are showing the
strongest lines in this city. Over 52 styles. Prices
ranging from 25 cents to $5.
NEW RIBBONS AND BUTTONS JUST ARRIVED.
W. I. ORTH, 6QO J St.,
(Successor to MclClin _fe Orth).
~ ca.cakonpabtyT ~
mHE LADIES OF SUMNER CORIS WILL
Lgive a C..scnron Party at Grangers' Ilall,
THL'RSOAY EVEXIXi t, March 10th. Danc
ing. Admission, 25 cents. mrl?-2t
"pv ANCING CLASSES AT TURn
XJ ncr Hall.—Gentlemen's Class, >i<«,
Monday at 7:30 l*. v. l_adies' and »ih»_j
Gentlemen's Class. Tuesdays, 7:30 *_S?
P. >:. I_adies' Class. Friday, 3P. M. yfflMlW
Ladies'and Gentlemen's Class for [ffj _Sa>
new beginners, Friday, at ?:3o vTfIJKR
p.m. Children's Class Saturdays, Ik.y&jJktt
at 1:30 p. m. Private Lessonsat all V^'^VTOJi
hours. JONES. FIS_H-fc WATSON. m -*■--»**
EPWORTH LEAGUE COXVEXTIOX.
mHE FIRST ANNUAL COXVEXTIOX OF
X the Epwortli League for the Sacrameuto
District wIQ meet in the Sixth-street M. E.
Church MARCH 19TM AND 20T___, At *i
p. x. a collation wll! be served to the dele
gates rrom abroad In the basement of the
church. Tables ior the public will be set
Thursday evening and Friday noon. Tick
ets. Hoc. The public are cordially Invited
to the convention, and their patronage soliCit
ed_for_thc supper and lunch. inrl_»_t*
At Most Reasonable Prices!
Adams & Hausserman,
1018 EIGHTH STREET.
mrl 7-tf __^
Indebted to the firm of E. LYON
& CO. will call and settle at the
County Treasurer's office, I,
Sixth aiid^Se venth. mrlT-tf
SHERWOOD HALL NURSERIES,
MEXLO PARK, SAN MATEO COUXTY, CAL.
Carnations, Roses, Chrysanthemums
and Cut Flowers.
«-SWEET PEA SEED A BPECIALTY.-g>
SUCCESSOR TO CARLE 4 CROLY. COX
tractor and Builder. Orders solicited and
promptness guaranteed. Office and shop.
1124 second strict, between X nnd L.
Saturday, March 21st,
10 o'clock a. m., at
Xo. 1009 Third St.. bet. J and X,
—OF SUKPLTTS STOCK OF—
Rose Spring Nurseries
Of Roseville, Placer Connty, Cal.
as- Sale Positive. Terms Cash.-S»
W. H. SHERBURN, Auctioneer.
An Immense Stock! Latest Novelties!
And Most Reasonable Prices. All
MISS E. SWEENEY (SUCCESSOR TO
Miss K. Golden), 537 J street.
Xote—Mrs. E. Van Alstine will be pleased
to see her friends at this establishment, wliere
she Is no w 1 oca ted. mrS-tr
£X __ j*\r> r^
rTVHE UXDERSIOXED BEGS LEAVE TO
_|_ Inform the Insuring pnblic that he has
been appointed manager of the Sacramento
branch office for the following well-known In
surance Companies, and as successor to J. M
Milliken, deceased, viz.: Sun Insurance Com
pany of California, Franklin Fire Insurance
Company or Pniladelphia, and American In
surance Company of Boston. .1 respectfully
solicit a continuance of the kind pattonage In
the future ns in the past, and promise to use
my offorts to merit the favors that may be ex
tended to us. All payments for nnpaid pre
miums of theabove-named companies shall be
made at the oflice, 1010 Fourth street, be
tween J and K.
mris-lm THEO. .LMILLIKEX, Manager.
SEXD THE WEEKLY UNION TO YOUR
lri-..:_< in the I'.t.tU
g. g. Scnus St ©0.
X^=» $110 for 5 Gallons Gasoline—only $110.*:vl
For this Two-burner ®4
Summer is almost here, and it's going to be hotter than
love in courting time, and now is the time for the good
housewife to secure one of these JEWELL VAPOR STOVES.
No heat, no smell, perfectly safe, no wood to chop, no stove
to black, and this stove will cook a meal in IO minutes, and
all this stove costs is $6.
Five Gallons Best Gasoline for $1 10. Send for Our Catalogue.
Xj. ..Li. LEWIS &c 00.
802-804 J and 1009 Fifth St., Sacramento.
Sporting Goods, Shotguns, Rifles, Standard Loaded
Shells, Powder, Shot, Etc.
SACRAMENTO AND SAN FRANCISCO.
THE WORLD'S.~ BEST,
For Simplicity, Safety and Light,
Is so far ahead of all others that all we have to do is set it beside
any other Lamp made and it will sell itself. In order to put our Lamp
on the market for a short time we will sell it at the same ffr O
price as all the cheaper Lamps are sold, at $£. - - - yD ____
REMEMBER, every lamp is sold with a guarantee, and, if not
satisfactory, money is refunded.
Call and see our very latest NOVELTIES in GLASSWARE. For
Cheap Prices and the Newest Goods, we lead them all.
JOS. THIEBEN~CROCKERY CO.,
NO. 518 J STREET.
The Lots in Oak Park are going fast
Come in and see our large map of
IMPROVED PROPERTY' FOR S ALE:
40xG0, corner Sixteenth and G, with im
provements. A bargain.
A piece of business property on J street that
will net 10 per cent.
40x100. corner Fourteenth and I streets. A
SOxIOO, corner Twenty-eighth and X streets.
A good specula! l<*n.
Unimproved—Will be sold on tho in
40x100, on T street, between Twenty-ninth
and Thirteth streets.
Three lots. 40x160, on U street, between
Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth streets.
40x100. on V street, between Twenty-fifth
and Twenty-sixth streets.
40x100. on X street, bet ween Twenty-ciehth
and Twenty-ninth streets.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents, IOO"
Fourth stroet. fe2l-ly
W. P. COLEMAN,
Real Estate Salesroom, 325 J st.
We have 160 acres of land in
Placer County, near Loomis—
the best kind of fruit land—
which we can trade for city
property. Call for particulars.
Two hundred and forty acres
ofthe old Sargent Ranch at $60
per acre. This is good land.
MONEY TO LOAN.
_P._BOITL. E. A. CROUCn.
O 4 A ACHES OF SPLEXDID LAXD. OXE
04'' half patan ted and the other half to pre
empt and homestrad.
OVO acres-, fenced in two fields, 35 acres In
grain; well wntercd by liv.ns springs; near
railroad; dwelling, two bams and all neces
sary out buildings; wagon, mower and other
Implements*, furniture and carpets, live stock
and chickens; all co with place; also, several
tons hay. Price, §3,500. Location hfcaltliy.
MILLS & HAV/K,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
301 .T Street.
AQEXCY rXIOX IXBURAXCE COMPANY*
LAWTOxN, BARNETT & CO.
Insurance, Loans ftßfett, Houses 1 Rent, ColMoas.
403 J Street, Sacramento, Cal.
SPRING SUIT, CaU on
423 ,J STREET,
1000 PATTERNS to SELECT from.
SUITS TO OBDEB from
PANTS TO OBDEB from
"NO HUMBUG," 5 CENTS
"Spanish Blossom,'* IO Cents.
THE BEST 5 -VXD 10-CEXT CIGAR EVER
PLACED OX THE IHARKET.
Denier ln Cig&ra und Tobuceo, Xo. 826 KBt.
gUal *gsstate, (BU.
Edwin 1(. Alsip & Co.,
NO. 1015 FOURTH STREET,
SACRA_\n_XTO, --- CALIFORNIA.
TWO * BARGAINS
A Declaration that Examination Will Prove!
F"l R ST.
A FRUIT FARM OF 230 ACRES-90
acres In Orchard, 10 acres ln Raisin
Grape, 2 acres in Alfalla, 70 acres in Timber;
3 Horses, 2 Cows, 2 Wagons, 4 Plows, Culti
vator, Harrows and all Fanning Utensils.
Improvements consist of fruit-pack-.in_j house
25x60, dwelling: of 7 rooms, barn 2">xso, ce
ment cistern aud apple storage house. Two
thirds of ull fruit trees are in bearing and
consist of French prunes, peaches, hart
lett pears. Royal Ann cherries, Musca
tel grapes. A wntfrr ditch runs fhronsli
the property. The trees are all In a luralthv
condition. The place is under a high state of
cultivation. Situated only 1"^ miles from
railroad depot in El Dorado County. Soil ia
well adapted to fruit. Elevation ls about
1,500 reet. One of the partners died recently,
which is Ihe only reason the place is bi*ln*j
sold. Theprico is only f IS,OOO. $s.ooocnn
be netted annually from the place. If it was
located in Santa Clara Valley it would brine
$50,000. It is the best improved, best, fruit
ranch in El Dorado County, and the cheapest
place that has been offered in the .state for
some time. Investigation will demonstrate it
STOCK AXD DAIRY FARM OF 1,000
ACRES—OOO acres tillable: fenced into three
fields. It has a dwelling of 7 rooms, stable for
2h head of horses and 50 tons of hay, two hay
barns for 100 tons, 12 head of liorscs and
Colts, 100 head of rows. Yearlings and Stock:
Cattle, 40 of which arc rer*.dy for beef. It ia
situated a;-.; miles from railroad and only 40
miles from" Saoramento. Price, $18,0010, in
cluding personal property.
Houses Rented. Rents Collected.
Money to Loan.
A F-» F» U V TO
Edwin K. Alsip & Co.,
Real Estate Agents,
Xo. 1015 Fonrth stroot, Sacramento.
-ISS" The only agency in California l_t.ul_.___i
month! ycatalogues of land. Send ior one.
MRS. E. B. CROCKER,
On the south-west corner of Third
and O Streets.
ALSO THE STABLE.
On the northeast corner of Third and
O streets, together with all the carri
ages, fixture.., etc., contained therein,
Most Favorable Terms.
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
W. P. COLEMAN & CO.,
gacramento, Cal. fel-Mf
SEXD THE WEEKLY UNION TO YOU*
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