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SATURDAY MARCH 28, 189 X
ISSUED BY THE
SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY
Office, Third Street, Between J and K.
Forecast till 8 v. m. Saturday—For North
ern California—Fair weather, except light
rain at Eureka and Kr-eler; winds generally
■westerly, fresh to brisk; warmer In the in
terior and cooler at Keller.
A MILD-MANNERED SUGGESTION.
We wish to say softly to our esteemed
contemporaries of San Francisco, to wit,
the FUamincr, the Chronicle, the Bulletin
and the Cull, that all allusions made by
them to the practices resorted to in the
election of the present members of tho
Assembly and one-half of_tuo Senators,
are ill-timed. There is not a single fea
ture of that election which was not well
known at the time of its procedure to our
MteeoMd contemporaries, the Examiner,
tho Chronicle, tho Bulletin and tho Call.
We wish to say still more softly to
these, our esteemed contemporaries, that
their pretense of discovering railroad in
terference in the recent Senatorial elec
tion is all pretense, deserving a less mild
characterization, but which for the pres
ent we will characterize as pretense.
There is not one single iota of truth in the
statement that the Southern Pacific Com
pany took any stock in the recent Sena
torial contest, and wo again mildly sug
gest that our estoemed contemporaries!,
the Examiner, the Chronicle, the Bulletin
and the Call, know this. They know he
sides this a great many things they do
not publish. They have known in the
past many thing* about which they have
kept entirely silent, and their silence thus
operates ;as an estoppel upon their ex
When the delegation from San Fran
cisco nominated and elected by tho Re
publican party was so nominated and so
elected, our esteemed contemporaries, the
Examiner, tho Chronicle, tho Bulletin and
the Call, knew every step that was taken
in tho premises. They knew the manner
of tho noiiiiiiiition; they know tho in
strumentalities used to secure election;
they knew the ultimate object to be ob
tained; and all, except the Kxnmincr, not
only condoned all offense in the premises,
if offonse oiisted, but actually and heart
ily indorsed tho ticket and gave their en
tiro Journalistic inllucnce to its support.
Tho Republican majority in the late
Legislature of California was there be
cause of the assistance of the Call, tho
Bulletin and the Chronicle, and the man
ner of tho election of this majority, if
there was anything wrong in it, was
thoroughly well known to these papers.
Thoy nought a party triumph and they
achioved it. They knew tho probable ag
gregato character of the body to bo
formed. They knew all that was worth
knowing in the premises. They havo
learned nothing since the date of the
nomination of tho Legislature. The Ex
aminer knew quite as much, but tho
Examiner is not a Republican paper. It
advocated the election of quite another sot
of follows, but we take tho liberty
of declaring that the Examiner's list of
candidates for tho Assembly and Senate
were not in any respect better than, those
of tho Republicans; were not selwtcd by
any more respectable means, and neither
their selection nor their character afforded
tho slightest guarantee that had they been
elected they would have done better than
the Republican majority lately in control
Of the Legislature.
What we find contemptible in all this
Is tho sudden outcry of the Chronicle, the
Bulletin and the Call against railroad
interference in politics — a suddon
awakening to tho methods by which can
didates to legislative positions are nomi
nated, as if yesterday or to-day they had
for the first time heard of illicit methods,
when it is well known to them and quite
as well known to the public that during
the entire campaign they were not in
ignorance of any material fact or thing
bearing on tho character of the men to be
elected, or the methods of their selection.
Hypocritical pretense is always con
temptible, but inconsistent hypocrisy is
even more than contemptible, it is piti
THE QUACKERY OF FINANCE.
Senator D. W. Voorhees, of Indiana,
■whose political pedigree begins with the
Knights of the Golden Circle and ends
•with the opposition to the enactment of a
law which will secure to the electors of
the United States the right of suflVntro.
has declared through the medium of the
Xow York World, that the next Demo
cratic Convention will certainly insert a
£roo coinage plank in its platform and
permit no uncertain or doubtful expres
sion on tliis subject.
The Senator then says: "The Demo
cratic party \^ill then proceed to nomi
nate a man who can consistently stand
on thin platform," and the anti-Cleveland
tendencies of the Senator are disclosed
by the statement made to the reporter, of
We high respect he entertained for Mr.
Cleveland, accompanied by the declara
tion that it would bo diilicult for that
gentleman to carry Indiana on a platform
opposed to the free coinage of silver.
The Democratic party having Hubsisted
as a neeative, is continuously in search
of a fad or an ism to popularize itself with
the voters of the country. It is now bid
ding for tho votes of the bankrupts. In
the Western States growth has conferred
increment upon property, and the inhab
itants of these States have been far more
mindful of the speculative rise of real
estate than of the results of sober indus
try. Speculation has reached its limit.
A general condition of bankruptcy has
Tho speculators in silver bullion and
their representatives have been teaching
the people that all the errors of improvi
dence and unthrift will be set to rights by
taking a piece of silver worth about 75
cents and stamping on the face of it "one
dollar," or permitting the owner of a
piece of silver worth 75 cents to take it to
tho mints of the United States, and there
have the declaration stamped upon it
that it in one dollar in the coin of the
realm. Thus a lie stamped on silver is
supposed to have the highest commercial
potency. Since the last silver Act was
passed by the Congress of the United
States, two millions of dollars have been
coming into the Treasury as tho profit or
seigniorage on silver coinage. About two
millions of ounces of silver have been
coined monthly iuto silver dollars; and
thus tho creation of silver money goes
steadily on. Tho mints of the United
States are simply money factories, taking
in bullion valued at from 75 to 79 cents
and converting that value in bullion into
a pretended dollar. This dollar passes
current at that rate only lracause the Gov
ernment of the United States proposes to
If tho Government of tho United States
would to-morrow declare tliat it would no
longer redeom the silver currency of this
country, it would fall to its bullion value,
and this would be equally true under a
free coinage policy. Free coinage is
worth nothing to tho country unless the
Government is willing to guarantee that
the money coined shall exchange on a
parity with gold at tho face of the coinage,
or in accordance with the declaration
stamped on tho face of the coin. As al
ready noted, over two millions of dollars
have been cleared by the Government of
the United States as a profit on the coin
age. Now tho difference between free
coinage and tho present proceeding is
simply this: The profit of seigniorage
would go to the bullion producer, and
there is no other possible or conceivable
If thero is a scarcity of money for the
commercial transactions of tho country,
the present processes of coinage are re
lieving it daily. Free coinage could do
no more. What Senator Voorhees pro
poses that the Democratic party shall do
is to declaro that the owners of bullion
Bhall have the privilege of taking a depre
ciated metal to tho mints of the United
States and having a lie stamped on its
face, and thus havo the Govornment-of
the United States make that lie a truth by
agreeing to receive this debased coin at
its face value. If Mr. Voorhees, or any
other, man, wants the party which he
belongs to commit suicide, let them put
forth a platform with this drivelling ab
surdity as 0110 of its planks.
Orn. contemporaries are showing their
appreciation of honesty by mentioning
Assemblyman Bledsoo for various public
oflices, among: which is th;it of Congress
man from the Third District. We hope
that the editorial fraternity of the Third
District will not forget the distinguished
services of Mr. Bledsoo in tho cause of
public decency when the time for nom
ination conies round. Such men should
be promoted and kept in public station.
If Mr. Bledsoe cannot bo mado avail
ablo for Congressman of the Third Dis
trict tho people of Humboldt County will
do well to send him to tho State Senate.
Ho deserves a successful public career.
Thk popularity which Hood's Sarsa
parillu lias gained as a .spring medicine is
wonderful. It possesses just those ele
ments of health-giving, blood-purifying
and appetite-restoring which everybody
scorns to need at this season. Be sure to
get Hood's SarsapariHa.
Fop Cui*g aJF*
c* m Stiffness-
TIA RD OF THAN KS.- TH B UNDErI
\j signed desire to return their heartfelt
thanks to their many friends for their kind
oifiees during tho illness and for the bcuutliul
flornl tribute- tit tho funeral of the lute MRS
Esther it. johnson. d. l. townhknd
LUCY E. TOWN.SEND, Ft,OYD TOWN
BEND, FLOYD JOHNSON. it
fi A. R.. ATTENTIOX^PAST DEPUTY
I.T. Chaplain, L. W. HIMMOXS, General
Grant's Special Sceret Agent, will deliver his
fiitnnuH lecture, entitled, "The Union Spy," nt
Sixth-street M. E. Church, SATUHDAY
EVENING, March2Bth. Admission, 25c. it
REV. A. T. NEEDHAM WILL PREACH
i at Sixth-street M. E. Church in the morn
-Ins an K.istcr sermon. In the evening his
subJoctjviU be "Soul Winning." it*
EASTEE MONDAY HOP,
BY Y. M. 1., NO. 11. IN TURNER HALL,
on MONDAY EVENING, March 30th!
Tickets, s(> cents. Easter Egg March at S
o'clock ■harp. mr2B-3t
PALM DAIRY AND TASLE SALtT~
pE.ST IN THE WORLD. SAMPLES FREE.
XJ Address E. I*. FIG(i, New Liverpool Salt
Depot, 1119 Fourth street, Sacramento City
One of the finest Resi
dences in Sacramento, with
latest improvements; fine
barn; lotBoxl6o, on corner.
STEPHEXSOX & HARTMAN,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
IOOT FOURTH STREET^mrtS-iw
__^-^~--- s^ Sure Cure for Giturrh,
I^2^ CUWiI "The Only all Night
v^Aiu Cra'^ir Break UP a cold In one
v t=«»j«» *\j£ nieht. Hure preventive
t^_J , --£ forallinfectioasdlseaKes
"P^Lr-^J For sale by nil drug-
WELCH INHALER AND MEDICINE CO.
ai Second street, Sim Francisco.
A Noted Divine Says:
"I hare beon nitnfTntt'«UT«r Pilli
For Dyspepal*. Weak Stomach and
Costivcaess, with wbteli 1 hcvaloni
ARE A SPECIAL BLESSING
X never had any th \mr to do me so nt ucl
rood. I fMwnm them «© all at
the best medicine In existence."
W. r. a. osooop, «ew T«rk
Office, SO & 4J ?ark Place, N. X
SACRAMENTO DAILY BECOBP-TjyiOX, SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1891.—SIX PAGES.
GROWING OLD GRACEFULLY.
People Should I_vo 100 Years and Eu-
"To grow old gracefully," says the well
known Dr. Gardner, "Is not the common lot
of all. With ad vanning years come Increased
inlirmitics, hut they are by no means unavoid
able and their presence is due to failure to
keep up to their work the various orpins of
the body. The study of the body by sol lists
furnishes unquestionable evidence tlmt the
duration of humuu life may be prolonged to
Mo suys Dr. Gardner, and yc-t what more
common than to see v prematurely u_f>],
withered and broken down num. or n pate
weak and emaciated old lady. The-spirit is
broktu; all Interest is gone from lvi- and they
look forward only to death. The .saddest
tiling of all is that this premature age ami
breaking down Is iwedless. Itfruu easily be
avoided by a little care and Willing nature
just a little, and tt is upon this point that Dr.
Gardner a^ain speaks most clearly.
ile says: "tseieiice, common sense, and all
experience testify to the benefits to be derived
from the use of alcoholic stimulants." It
should be remembered, however, that they
must be pure, and that, of all stimulants,
whisky Is preferable. The word whisky is de
rived from an ancient word meaning "water
of life." and It is n most appropriate iiiimc, u!
thunch there in ko much that is unworthy in
the market. The hiv'hcstautlioritles—doctors,
chemists and scientists—agree, however, that
Duffy's lure Malt Whisky is pore and cannot
harm even a child. Its eltecl is to build up
the system, renew the lite and replace weak
ness and weariness by healthy vigor. Be very
careful, however, that you secure only the
genuine; insist on your druggists furnishing
you with it and you will certainly ilnd great
benefl ilroni its use.
IN EAST or West, or North or South,
TUey to themselves an outrage do,
Who caoaot boast a (rash tweet mouth,
With teeth like pearls begemmed with dew
When SOZoDONT all this supplies
And works the charm before our eyes. TTS
IF AFFLICTED with Sore Eves use Dr
ISAAC THOMPSON'S EYE WATER. Sold
at 20 cents. &
HAND-MADE CREAMS, 35 centß per
pound : also liuest variety of candies. JOHN
ARCEGA, 508 X street. mr-Jl-tf
SAMPLE'ROOMS, 1014 Sixth street, be
tween J and K. Flue Wines. Liquors and Ci
gars. JACOB KEAKTH, Proprietor.
PAINLESS EXTRACTION OF TEETH, by
use of local anesthetic. DR. WELDON, den
tist. Eighth and J streets.
WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO AT
tend ouropenlngof Pattern Hats, Toques
and Novelties in Flue Millinery, THUItSD \.Y
ppn'l? u^'f inl fyll,uwuig ™!n. misses'
UROTHKRS, Leading Milliners, 611 J street.
STANDARD NO. 4,541.-WILKESDALE
Is a durk bay, 1(> hands hith, bred utHixh
luwn KniTii, Mas*. He very closely resembles
his Biro, Alcantara, 2:23, who has the
honor of baying adik'd more trcttrrs to the
2:30 list (:il) last year than any other sire in
Pedigree —Wilkesdale's sire Is Alcantara,
2:23 (sire of 33 In the 2:30 list at 14 years,
more than any siro ot his age), by George
Wllkcs, 2:22 (sireof Guy Wilkes, 2:ls'i, and
71 others in the 2:30 list). Alcantara's dam
Is Alma Mater (dam of 5 in 2:30 list), by
Mambrlno Patchen (giro of the dams of buy
Wilkes, 2:15^;, Baron Wilkes. 2:1 a and 89
others in 2:30 list). Wilkcsdale's dam is
Thorndale Maid, 2:30 (dam ot Miss Alice
\i:\'J%, and Thornton, 2:2C'4), by Thorndale,
2:25J4, he by Alexander's Abdallah, out of Old
Dolly (dam of Director, 2:17, Onward, 2:2o'i
Czarina, 2:21, and Thorndale, 2:22W), second
dnm, Kridc.sniaicl, by Rysdyk'sHunibletoniuu.
Terms—Sloo for the season, with usual re
Five-year-old record, 2:28. Standard by
breeding and performance. This last youii"
stallion was bred by Hon. Leland Stanlord
Palo Alto, Cnl. He was sired by Falll.s 2-' >y
(the sire of Wanda. 2:iy'i, Don Marvin, 2;28
Falrose, 3-year-old trial, 2:29>i, and Will
mlngton, 2:33), by the great Electioneer (the
sire of Hunol, 3 years, 2:H>y,, and b2 others in
the 2:30 list). Don Marvin 1! clam is Cora, by
Don Victor, son of Bclmont, second dam Clara
btl (dam of Cliiten Hell, 2:24%, and grand dam
of Hexford, 3 years, 2:24, and Electrician
2:24>i), by Abdallah Star; third dam, Fairy,
by Rysdyk's liambletonian; fourth dam
Emma Mills, by Sully's American Star. Don
Murviu is a handsonio seal brown. 1(> hands
high, and weighs over 1,200 pounds. He is a
horse ot groat natural speed. His present rec
ord was made with scarcely any preparation
after making a iarpe reason in the stud, and is
no measure of his speed. The price of his serv
ice lee is $10, which Is lower than any stal
lion in the State with same record and breed
Standard No. 15,045.—Kaffir is a rich bay
foaled 1887; bred by L. J. Rose, K.-q., Los An
geles, Oil.; 15% hands high; drea by Alca
zar, 2:20>-j, he by Sultan, 2:^4 (sire of Stam
boul, 2:11), outoi Miiinebßhu(duiiiiii':j horses
in the 2:30 list). Kaffir's dnm Is 1- lower Girl,
by Authurton (sire of Arab, 2:16, and the
dams of Hazel Wilkes, 2:20, Freedom
2:29%—fastest yearling in the world—and
5 others in 2:30 Hut); second dam,
Flora, 2:33, by General McClcllun (sire
of 3 in 2:30 list); third dam, Flora Landlord,
by Ijmgtord (sire of the daniM of Lillian
Wilkes, 3 years, 2:17%, and 3 others in 2:30
list). Mr. Rose says Kaffir was one of the fast
est yearling trotters he ever bred, trotting
quarters in 37>£ seconds In his yearling form
He will be allowed to serve v limited number
of mares at $40 the season, attar which he
will be prepared for the fall campaign.
The public Is invited to call and see these
fine individuals, representing the Thrke
CiKKAT TIKITTINO FAMILIES — WILKES
ELECTIONEER and SULTAN.
Good pasture close by the city at $: per
month. For further particulars and com
plete circulars, call or address
T. P. LOWELL,
mr2S-tf 1520 F street, Sacramento, Cal.
An Immense Stock! Latest Novelties 1
And Most Reasonable Prices. All
«ISS E. SWEENEY (SUCCESSOR TO
Miss K. Golden), 527 J street.
)TE—Jlrs. E. Van Alstine will be pleased
|c her friends at this establishment, where
is now located. mrß-tf
j^i Wood-working Machinery
[k ,ll APALL KINDS, OF REST
\JMI 3_ _^ \J make and lowest Price.
I TO'^kT SAWMILL AND SHINGLE
llm^ MACHINERY, HOE CHlS
jS^l£\ XL TI^OTH .SAWS, Ktc.
f ENGINE GOVERNORS,
1 CROSBY STEAM GAUGES,
ENGINES and BOILERS of any
TATUM A BO^^'EN,
34 and 30 Fremont street, San
Francisco, Manufacturers and
Ageuts. j Wa
TRANCING CLASSES AT TURN- /%
\J er Hall. — (ienllemen's Class, >Ls^
Monday at 7:30 p. M. Ladies' and ?»5
Gentlemen's Class, Tuesdays, 7:30 sKJ?
r. m. Ladies' Claw, Friday* 3p. m. fflCcii
Ladies'and Gentlemen's Class for Kj'Jwm
now beginhers, Friday,at 7:30 p. m.
Children's Class, Saturdays, at 1:30 /L. ufam
P. M. Private Lessons at all hours. ZICFWHK
_ JONES, Flst'H it WATSON.
A LL LADIES WANTING INSTANT 1 RE-
A_ lief tor monthly irregularities, from what
ever cause, should call at once and obtain Dr
Fowler's never-falling Golden Age Pellets.
Harmless; sure. Indorsed by thousands of
women both In Europe and America. Call or
write, 315 X street, room 4. mr2>2w*
-VTOTICE TO CREDITORS.- NOTIChTTs
J_M hereby given by the undersigned, execu
trix of tho estate of HENRY G. HAYS de
ceased, to the creditors of and all persons nnv
.ing claims ogaiu*t the said dweoaed, to ex
hibit them, with the necessary vouchers,
within four months after the first publication
of this notice, to the said executrix, at the of
fice of Henry Starr, No. ell I street, Sacra
mento City, the same being the place for the
transaction of the business of said estate In
said county of Sacramento. *
SARAH ANN HAYS,
Executrix of the estate of Henry G. Hays, de
Dated February 27, 1691.
Hkxry Stark, Attorney for the Estate.
joy Life All tho "While.
We —ONE LOT OF—
Place MEN'S FIST BLACK HOSE
rp j 13 Cents a Pair.
I O-Qay Worth not less than double.
There is a demand for Grenadines, and we have the
first of them. One style is of Black Silk with a plain
mesh, and another pattern shows a checked effect.
Price, $i a yard.
Fancy Flannel, 20c.
X We have a superior grade in a Fancy Domet Flannel,
which we are selling for 20 cents a yard. These goods
are free from flimsiness, possessing a body which insures
good wearing and washable qualities. There are ten
patterns in checks and stripes. Cheap enough at 20
cents a yard.
The Clock Stock.
Few persons not acquainted with the extent of our
business realize how many Clocks go over our counters
during the course of a year. Our trade comes not so
much from the adaptability of the assortment as that
the prices are right. Here are four items out of many:
The "Pirate," a Nickel Alarm Clock, for $i 25.
An Octagon Nickel Clock, with alarm and
Black Enameled Iron Frame Mantel Clocks, with
cathedral gong strike, for $8.
Larger size of the same for $10.
HALE BROS. & CO.,
Nos. 825, 827, 829, 831, 833, B^s X St,, and 1026 Ninth St.,
_B I_i _A. ___ E l:.Ii
Our line of Ladies' Blazers are now in
and ready for inspection. Those who
visited the store yesterday afternoon and
saw them say they are the neatest and
nattiest in the city, and were quite
astonished at the low prices quoted. Call
and see them, they will certainly please
We Have a Nobby Line of Children's Jackets That Will Soon
be Ready for Your Inspection.
MT. I. ORTH, eSO J St.,
(Successor to McKlm & Orth).
CHAS. P. HALL Proprietor and Manager
Grand Production! Great Success!
SATURDAY, MARCH 2STH.
Positively Last Performance of
THE LITTLE TYCOON!
Presented on a scale of matchless magnifi
cence by tile author's o*vu company and or
chestra of 0?. Uninterrupted melody and
merriment from start to finish.
PRICES —50 cents and fl. No higher.
Seats on fcale all daj\ inr2s-4t_
C!,tJNIB OPERA HOUSE.
CHAS. P. HALL. .Proprietor and Manager
NEXT WB£K!~ ~ NEXT WEEK!
JUST ONE NIGHT!
IVIOrMDAY, MARCH 3Oth!
TWO MARKS! TWO TOPSIES!
TWO SHETLAND PONIES!
EIGHT JUBILEE SINGERS!
Brass Band and Orchestra!
Grand Street Parade at Noon Monday!
Admission, 2 5 and 50 cents. Reserved seats
can be aecured after 1) o'clock Monday. mr/7-:jt
CALIFORNIA BASERALL LEAGUE.
FViday, - March 37, 1891,
Sacramento vs. Oakland.
Saturday, - March 28, 1891,
Sacramento vs. Oakland.
Games called at 3 P. k.
Admission, SO Cents; Ladies Free.
«- No trains. Cental Street Railway Cars
will run direct to^baJLPaJfe; mrifr3t
THS AHinTAL PICNIC
f\F THE SACRAMENTO VEREIN EIN
\J traciit will be held SUNDAY, May loth,
at Richmond Grove. Bids for the privileges
of keeping the bar and refreshment atand, eu-.,
will be received until April 15th. Addresu
KINTRACHT PICNIC COMMITTEE, care
J. J. Ulrica, 73H X attest. mrawt
808 and 310 J Street,
The Leading Stationers, Printers
Agents for Caligraph Type
Writer and Supplies.
MANUFACTURERS OF BLANK BOOKS.
<T. T. BOGTJE,
Of Marys vi lie, has the finest
R R U I T :-: TREBS
Ever brought to Sacramento.
NURSERY, SECOND STREET, NEAR
depot—flrst Nursery from I street, ud-
Joininß Rcod & Co.'s. These Trees are perfectly
free from scale and TRUE TO LABEL. Call
MMB _J._R. NICKERaON, Agent._
SHERWOOD HALL NURSERIES,
MENLO PARK, SAN MATEO COUNTY, CAL
Carnations, Rosee, Chrysanthemums
and Cut Flowers.
j^gWEjCT_PEA_BEED A SPECIALTY.-^»
m HWifES GOLDEN SPECmC
It c»n be el yen in coffee, te», or in articles ot fi,.
wltbout the knowledge of patient If necessart
It is absolutely harmless aud will effect a p»rm:
nent and speedy cure, whether the patient Is
moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck ITK""*
ER FA ILS. It operates so quietly and with at
certainty that the patient undergoes no Ino
Tenience, and soon his complete reforniatlot
effected. 48 pa?a book free. To be had of
JOSEPH HAH.N & CO., Fifth and J Streets
Sfr*- BUYS AtCORD"
f\V OLD LUMBER WOOD, OR 86 A TON
\J of coal at the C. O. t>. YARD. Fonnh and
g. g. gcnits & <Ko.
CROCKERyTTgIVEN :-: AWAY!
M^^^-^if^^ y^e nave J ust re~
ceived from Thos.
/ffW^^Ki !^f^v a line assortment of
Tea and Dinner
OTS r%-S^P^^Sl^M Sets- Also- several
Afferent patterns in
BBfero>#-^s?> <MSW-^&%Mv Chamber Sets.
wm^Mr^^o^^& These are all new
wWIS^ A 4^«^;JS«W styles and are well
%^(^Ste:J^t«&a^^^ Among this ship-
meat is full sets of
j'lti i n i i'~^^ JTa UvjrXTlijO IN H. W
PORCELAIN CHINA. This ware is as thin as
china and costs but little more than common white
ware. We sell this new ware in quantities to suit.
"We have just received a car-load of
REFRIGERATORS AND ICE BOXES
In prices from $6 upwards. Don't fail to call and
We have a nice assortment at 7 cents per foot.
J^SEND FOR OUR 100 PAGE CATALOGUE, WITH MiKY ILLUSTRATIONS. <^Z
Hj- Xj_ LIE"WTS &d CO.
802-SQ4 J and 1009 Fifth St., Sacramento.
HUNTING HOPKINS" COMPANY^
SACRAMENTO AND SAN FRANCISCO.
Business and Residence Property,
MARCH 2S, 1691,
ON THE PREMISES, NORTHWESTCOR
ner Eleventh unit .1 sin <-ts. sale to com
nu'iicp nt lOo'cltK'k a. si., by order of Mr. M.
L. WISE,on uerount of poor ln-altli iind re
niovul from llu> oily. BELL * <(>., Auc
tioneers, will soil the frl«f 111 Residence and
Business Proporty, cist one Inilf of lot No. 5,
in block bounded by Tenth, Eleventh, I und J
streets, -loxiijo lect, with nil the Improve
ments; tfood Residence of ten rooms and all
modern improvements; also Blacksmith and
Finishing ami Paint shop and *lio-.v Rooms;
also the entire stock of 'tunnies. Wnaons, un
tlnished work and stix'k on hand; also Black
sniith's Tools. H.B^—SaK- peiviiijitory. l'lease
examine the proparty^as it will be a positive
s-ak-. Ternu of sale: Personal property, ull
sums ot 950 or under, cash; over, live months'
time, good security, nt 8 per cent, per annum.
Sale rain or shine.
■M3t-tt BELL & CO.. Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE OF R£AL ESTATE.
DJ. SIMMONS A CO., AIX'TIONEEUS.
. will sell on TUESDAY, March 31st, at
the Court-house, comer Seventh and 1 streets,
by order of the Superior Court, four large
sales of real estate.
, Sale Xo. 1
Will take place at 10:150 on said day. The
estate of MATHEW HoDCiE, deceased, as
follows: The west 88 feet and (i Inches of Lot
2, N and o, Tenth and Eleventh streets, with
two good houses thereon.
S. S. HOLL, Attorney lor Kslate.
At 1O:45 on same day the estnte of JOS.
HAU(.iUlEß,decei»scd,Lot B,Oand i J,El<-\vnth
and Twelfth streets, with a flue burn, stable,
etc. Also, Lots 1 and 5, in block 20, South
ROBT. T. DEVLIN, Attorney for Estate.
Sulo No. :i.
At 11 o'clock on same day, guardian sale of
real estate: Lot S, N and O, Twentieth and
S. S. IIOLL, Attorney for Guardian.
Sale No. 4.
North 40 feet lot S, « and 11, Seventh and
Eighth, with a good two-story residence
thereon. This sale Is made to close partner
These sales ure all positive. I'roperty now
open lor inspection. Don't forget the date:
Tuesday, March Hist, commencing at 10:30,
at the Court-house, .Seventh and I streets.
1). J. SIMMONS & CO., Auctioneers.
Office, 1005 Fourth street, mi-JG-c.t
W. H. SHERBURN,
323 X STREET, - - SACRAMENTO.
I have the Largest Stock of
SECOND-HMD -:- FURNITURE
In Sacramento. Also a fine line of
Crockery and Glassware,
Which I will sell less than any house in
Northern California. Try me for prices, as I
will not be undersold.
ALSO AGKNT FOB
AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF XEAV YORK.
STEPHENS & BAffIUN,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents.
1007 FOURTH STREET.
40x160, with Improvements, 1425 E street.
40x60, with Improvements, corner Sixteenth
and (jr. A tnirguin.
80x100, with Improvements, corner Twenty
eighth and X street*. Very cheap.
40x100, with improvements, coiner Four
teenth and I streets. A fine home.
40xlG0, northwest corner Fifteenth and E
streets. A good speculation.
40x100, on T street, beet ween Twenty-ninth
and Thirtieth streets.
40x100, on V strret. between Twenty-fifth
and Twenty-sixth streets.
40x160.011 X street, between Twenty-eighth
and Twenty-ninth streets.
Three lots. 10x160, on U street, between
Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth streets.
#t?-Do not tall to get a lot In Oak Park.
They are going fast. Come in and see large
n 4 A ACRES OF SPLENDID LAND. ONE
-0-+'* half patented and the other half to pre
empt and homestead.
3;2<> acres, fenoetl in two fields, 35 acres In
grain; well Watered by living springs; near
railroad: dwelling, two barns and all neces
sary ouV-buil'Ungs; wagon, mower and other
implements; furnltureand carpets, live stock
and chickens; all go with Place; also, several
tons hay. Price, 93,500. Locution healthy.
MILLS & HAWK,
REAL. ESTATE AGENTS,
301 J Street.
AGENCY UNION IXSURAIfCE COMPAN Y
LAWTON, BARNETT & CO.
Issuance, Loans Negotiated, Houses to Bent, Collections.
402 J Street, Sacramento, Cal.
SUCCESSOR TO CARLE & CROLY, CON
tractor and llnilder. Orders solicited and
promptness guaranteed. Office and sliou
1124 Second street, betwaen X and L.
©cal GEatate, (gtc.
Edwin K. Alsip ft Co.,
NO. 1015 FOURTH STREET,
SACRAMENTO, - - - CALTFOKXTA.
TWO * BARGAINS
A Declaration that Examination Will Prove!
AFUUIT FARM OF 230 ACUES-90
acres in Orchard, 10 acres in HaKin
'■rape, 2 acres in Altalla, TO acres in Timber;
J Horses, 2 Cows. 2 Wajfons. 4 l'lows. (ulti^
vator, Harrows and all Farming Utensils.^
Improvements consist of fruit-packing houso
25X60, dwelling of 7 rooms, born 25x50 ce
ment cistern and apple storage house. Two
thirds of all fruit trees are in bearing, and
consist of French prunes, peaches, P.art
lett pears, Royal Ann cherries. Musca
tel grapes. A water ditch runs through
the property. The trees are all in a healthy
condition. The place is under a hiiih stale of
cultivation. Situated only 1^ miles from
railroad depot in El Dorado County. Soil is
well adapted to fruit. Elevation is about
l,.)() 0 reet. One of the partners died recently,
which is the only re.ison the place is bcine
sold. The price is only $18,000. $s.ooocun
■c netted annually from the place. If it was
located in Santa Ciara Valley it would brin?
fcoO.OOO. It is the best improved, test fruit
ranch in EJ Dorado County, and the cheapest
place that has been offered In the State for
some time. Investigation will demonstrate it
t STOCK AND DAIRY FARM OF 1,000
ACRES—6OO acres tillable; fenced into threo
nelds. It has a dwelling or 7 rooms, stable for
.!« head of horses and 50 tons or hay, two hay
barns for 100 Urns, 12 head of Horses and
C olts, 100 head of Cows, Yearlings and Stock
(.attli', 40 of which are ready for beef It Is
situated 3>i miles from railroad and only -to
miles from Sacramento. Price, $13,000 in
cluding personal property.
Houses Ucnted. Rents Collected.
Money to Loan.
AF>F»l_ V" TO
Edwin K. Alsip & Co.,
Real Estate Agents,
No. 1015 Fourth street, Sacramento.
«S-The only agency in California issuin"
monthly catalogues o^land^ Send for one
MRS. E. B. CROCKER,
On the southwest corner of Third
and O Streets.
ALSO THE STABLE,
On the northeast corner of Third and
O streets, together with all the carrl
u«es, fixtures, otc, contained therein,
Most Favorable Terms.
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
W. P. COLEMAN & CO.,
Sacramento, Cal. feio-tf
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
of the old Sargent Ranch at $8O
per acre. This is good land.
MONEY TO LOAN.
P. BOHL. KtA.CBOPCB.
/CARRIAGES, VICTORIAS, PHAETON'S
\j Buggies and Spring Wagons. '
&10, ii14, 814 2Unth St., Sacramento.