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TUESDAY MARCH 31, 1891
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SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY
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and Hotels, und ut the Market-street Ferry.
«*- Also, for snle on all Trains leaving and
coming into Sacramento.
Forecast till S r. m. Tuesday—For North
ern California—Fair weather; fresh to brisk
north to west winds; high ofl'northwe.t coast;
nearly stationary temperature.
TIIE BIG TKKE PARKS.
A troop of United States cavalry from !
the Presidio, San Francisco, is to take Qp
its position in the National Sequoia Park,
in the upper Sierra Mountains. The pur
pose is to secure adequate protection for
the California big trees. The Act of Con
gress providing for the preservation of the
trees, recites that tho rapid destruction of
timber threatens the destruction of some
of the great wonders of the world, giant
in trees, and that it is necessary to reserve
the big trod groves aud provide for their
protection. That the sequoia groves long
have been in danger from lire and the ax
ofthe woodman, as well as from the curi
osity-seeker, has been known in this
State for years. The Tuolumne, Tulare.
Mariposa, Fresno and Mereed groups of
big trees really constitute all the great
trees of the family referred to that tho
Federal Government can now secure, and
only a portion of these could it get except
The new park is, in the main, south of
King's River, and all, we believe, within
Tulare County. It is to tho preservation
of these ejroves of wonders that the Fed
eral Government has now turned its at
tention. The entiro belt of great tree
occupation is some sixty miles long, but
tho giants are in small groves con
siderably separated. The best of these
aro, more than any other of the se
quoia groups, in danger from the reck
lessness and carelessness of the frontier
settlers, the stock men, hunters and tour
ists, none of whom seem to care whether
the trees arc destroyed or not. There are
some thousands of the trees, all at great
altitudes and iv small groups. Some of
the giants of these groves rival the largest
yet discovered, and there are none less
than ten feet in diameter, and are from
200 to 300 feet in hight. In these groves
trees of thirty feet diameter have been
felled without any purpose except to
prove that man can lay low the monster
sentinels of the hights. Some of them
have been overthrown simply to enable
great fires to be built by hunters and
strolling bands of summer tourists.
The park that Congress has set aside.
and which for the present the military
company will guard, is thus described in
one Act: Township IS south, range 30
east; township IS south, range 31 east,
and four sections of township 17 south,
range 30 east. Also, by another Act, all
the remainder of township 17, and also
townships 15,16 south, ranges 29, 30 east.
This covers a large part of the sequoia
growth, and the best, indeed, of the rem
nants of a onco vast forest of these trees.
Tbe regret is, that the park was not set
up long ago. Had it been done ten years
earlier, or oven six, the Mineral King
Forest might have been saved. It was
reserved at one time by Act of Congress,
but interested parties had the lands with
drawn from reservation, and inside of
•six weeks they were located, and soon
thereafter the tract was cleared up and
some of the noblest trees of the earth
speedily leveled with the ground and lost
forever to the nation. The wood seek
ers then turned their attention to other
tracts, but through tho public spirit of
some watchful citizens, Congress was in
duced to interpose, and as a result we
have what is known as the Sequoia Na
tional Park, and it is the largest of the
three parks in this State that the Govern
ment has reserved. The other two are
the Yosemite Park recently declared and
adjacent to Yosemite grant, and tho reser
vations which include the Fresno Big
Trees, to bo known as Grant Park, tak
ing its name from the largest of the trees,
named some years ago after Geueral
Grant, and which measures at the base
forty feet in diameter.
Yesterday's advices from Rome are
precisely what cool-headed Americans
anticipated. It appears now that so soon
as the Italian Government learned the
facts concerning the New Orleans tragedy,
it ceased to manifest especial anger, and
gave it to bo understood that it would not
take any vigorous action to avenge the
death of Mafiaites. It is added that the
excitement among the people of the
Italian capital has completely subsided,
and that there is now very little interest
felt in tbe matter, as it is fully appreci-
ated that the American Government
labors under great difficulties in dealing
with the people who were aroused to vio
lence because of the murderous acts of
the Mafia. The Italians in America who
were so fast to demand vengeance and in
voke the arms of Italy to punish the
United States, will feel that they were
more than hasty, when they learn that
the people of Italy frankly say that if all
the Mafia were treated as some of them
were at New Orleans, there would be no
mourning in Italy. The Italian Govern
ment, we opine, will not make any de
mands upon the United States that can
not at once be conceded.
Diphthup.i.y is epidemic in San Fran
cisco, and the deaths among children
have risen to an alarming figure. The
local press is unanimous in saying that
the cause ofthe disease and tho mortality
is the filthy condition ofthe sewers ofthe
metropolis. If we are correct in recol
lection, precisely the same stato of affairs
existed a year ago. The disease was then
so virulent and the cases so many, that
some of the schools had to be closed.
Then, as now, the bad sewerage of the
city was the cause; so that San Francisco
has not learned by experience. Of course
it would be a long and costly procedure
to reconstruct tho sewer system of that
city, and sonic day it must be com
menced, l'.ut there is no reason why a j
city so wealthy as is San Francisco should
not each spring and fall thoroughly
cleanse the sewers she has. Taxation is
not high in San Francisco; labor is plen
tiful and wages moderate. The city
authorities have the power to act, and can
command the money necessary. Why,
then, was there neglect for a whole year
to do what now must be dono in haste,
and at great cost consequently? Prob
ably the answer will be found in the re
ply that tho city government of the
metropolis has been so dominated by
political rings that health needs wero
subordinated to party interests.
♦_ —. _—-
It may not be generally known that a
steam carnage has at last been invented
that is so near perfection that the authori
ties of Paris have given consent for its
use in the streets of that city. Recently
M. Serpollet ran his carriage propelled by
steam about the city, threading his way
in the crowded streets amidst pedestrians
and vehicles with ease and without dan
ger to othors. The coach cf Serpollet
carries seven persons, and .s fitted up
with all the conveniences of a railway
coach of the English pattern. The motor
is so well concealed that tbe passer-by
cannot discover it at first sight. One
person operates it and guides the vehicle.
The firing is automatic and so simple is
the machinery tiiat any'oue of ordinary
intelligence can quickly learn the art of
operating it. If all that is claimed for the
Serpollet invention is true, it is a great
boon to countries where the roadways are
well kept. Several hundreds of other
stoam carriages and wagons have been
experimented with, but they havo all
been found too cumbersome, dangerous
ou the highways and difficult to manage.
If Serpollet has overcome all obstacles
heretofore met with he has accomplished
THE Dry Goods Economist is authority
for the statement tliat a very large num
ber of manufacturers of wooien goods
are now pronounced in favor of freo raw
materials for their mills, though eighteen
months ago they wero radical in their op
position to such a policy. Evidently the
McKinley blunder is not working as its
apostles forecast it would. Another jour
nal quotes the treasurer of tho Broad
Brook (Conn.) Manufacturing Company
as saying that "The high duty on ma
terials is discouraging the improvement
of American fabrics, and that as a result
those making good, honest products in
fino lines are not ablo to as successfully
compete with foreign manufacturers as
they had hoped and been led to believe
thoy could do." These things being truo,
then the charge of tho New York Even
ing Post, that the teudeney of the Mc-
Kinley bill is "shoddy," is true also.
Thk papers continue to look upon the
Newfoundland situation as so serious as
to warrant the fear of a war, in which it
is predicted Newfoundland will declare
its independence and achieve it. It may
be that the colonists will declaro them
selves independent, but as to maintaining
it, that is a very dillerent matter. A
mere handful of people upon sea-encom
! passed laud, with few resources and no
J military prestige, how* the Newfound
landers can expect to resist the might of
England is past conjecture. We do not
believe that the thing is possible. So
long as Great Britain chooses to hold
Newfoundland in subjection it will be
done, and that with so slight effort as to
Th?: lawless element at Pittsburg
appears to have been given free rein by
the Police of that place on Sunday on the
occasion of a Chiuese funeral. The
hoodlums assaulted the mourners, robbed
the grave, tramped over the ground pre
pared for the body, stole the funeral
baked meats, pulled and hauled the
Chinese hither and thither and generally
behaved as badly as they could without
killing any one. Now if that Sunday
scene had happened in California instead
of in the staid and plodding State of
Pennsylvania, how the sentimental
papers ofthe East would have roared in
condemnation of the hoodlums of the
Thk physicians of San Francisco ap
pear to be agreed that the chances of la
grippe becoming epidemic in California
this year aro very slight, because the
weather is unfavorable to its develop
ment. We are now to have, in all proba
bility, fine dry weather and no muggy
days such as have prevailed in Chicago
and Pittsburg, where the disease is play
ing sad havoc. Nevertheless, there has
been grippe enough in California the past
month to satisfy curiosity.
Angostura Bitters is universally
conceded to bo the best appetizer in the
world. Manufactured by Dr. J. G. B.
Siegert <fc Sons.
SACRAMENTO DAILY -RECORD-UNION, TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1891.—SIX PAGES.
HOITT'S ADDITION TO THE TOWN OF
Ira O. Hoitt has subdivided forty acres
within the corporate limits of the town of
Lincoln, Placer County, and is selling lots
50x125 feet at 325 to 555 each, payable 810
to 320 cash, balance ln monthly installments
of 35 without Interest. Lincoln i.s the liveliest
town on the railroad between Sacramento
and Portland; over seventy new buildings,
among which are two new churches, have
beeu erected there during the past year, and
the purchase of these lots, which are only ten
minutes' walk trom the depot, must certainly
prove protltable to the buyer*. For maps nnd
full particulars apply to A. C. FLEMING,
Lincoln, or to SSTEPIfr.NSUN* .c HAHT.MA.V,
1007 Fourth street, Sacramento. mr3l-lm
Dogs transmit lt through their teeth. Teeth
hould be kept frej from virus. Use SOZO
DONT, keep the hunum teeth clean, and no
damage can Ik-done bythe man who says to
his girl, "I feel like eating you up, dearest."
HAND-MADK C'KEAMS, 35 cents per
pound; also tlnest variety of candies. JOHN
ARCEGA, 508 X stieet. mi-21-tf
SAMPLE KOOMS, 1014 Sixth street, be
tween J and K. Pine Wines. Liquors und Ci
gars. JACOB KEAKTU, Proprietor.
PAINLESS EXTRACTION OF TEETH, by
use of local anesthetic. DR. WELDON, Den
tist, Eighth und J streets.
__ _^**,_ Jl&tJcrtiscmeutft.
nr i* i *wm ■mm fourth bi-.k-.u--3, n. «. c,\
Hackamento, March 81, IS'JI. j
[Special Orders No. 3, c. s.]
L— Major H. Weinstock, of the staff ofthe
Brigudier-Oenern! ooG____9ndlnc Fourth Brig
ade, N. G. C, is hereby appointed to hold and
conduct aa election for Colonel nnd Lieutcn
;u.t-t oloncl of the First Artillery Regiment,
Fourth Brlg.ide, N. G. (,'., to till vacancies oc
taioned b\ the expiration ol terms of service
f Colonel J. W. Guthrie and Lieutenant-Col
onel E. H. McKee.
IL-Said elec!ion will be held on SATUR
DAY EVENING, Apri! 11, lSfil. commenc
ing at 8 o'clock at Regimental Ilccd-p-artcrs,
imsffiWksp ,u:c :iiitl lcsal notiec
lll.—The presiding oftlcer and field and line
officers of the regiment will attend said elec
tion iv full uniform.
IV.—The presiding officer will report the re
sult of said election to these headquarters
within five days thereafter.
V.—Tlie jxTsons elected will be required to
appear before tlie Examining Board and jiass
a satisfactory examination.
By command of Brlga-Hor-Gener-il T. W
Sheehan. C. H. HUBBARD,
Licjt.-Col. and A. A. G.
Sacramento, March :;i, ism.
In accordance with theabove order, the Held
and line officers of the First Artillery Regi
ment, Fourth Brigade, N. G. C, will appear at
the time and place mentioned, in full uniform,
for the purpose stated therein.
mr3l-10t " Major and Inspector.
(j UMMONS—STATE OF CALI fr'ORNIA,
IO County of Sacramento—The People ofthe
State of California to WILLIAM STOUT,
greeting: You are hereby notified flint an ac
tion was commenced in the Superior Court of
the County of Sacramento, state aforesaid, by
Ming a complaint in the Clerk's o'Uce of saiel
court on the SOth day of March, 1891, in
which action D. A. LINDLEY is plaintiff and
you are defendant; that said uetion Is brought
to obtain a decree that your clali to the real
propeity described as Lot 1 f the block
bounded by X aud L, Twent n!h and
Thirtieth streets, of the City ol -ramento,
County of Sacmmento. State of Ifornia, is
without right aud a mere prett and that
you be enjoined from asserting I une, and
that plaintllPs title to said lo rood and
vulid, and for general relief i costs. ;;11
which is fully set forth in said ci q aint, ref
erence to which is hereby made, nd you are
directed to appearand answer saM complaint
within ten days from the serviceoi tiiis writ,
If served On you in the County of Sacramento,
and within thirty days if served elsewhere;
nnd unless you so appear and answer plaintiff
will take default against you and apply to the
court for the relief demanded ln the com
In trftnets whereof I, W. W. Rhoads, Clerk
ol said court, do hereunto set my hand and
affix the seal of said court tiiis 80th day of
rsKAi..l W. W. RHOADS, Clerk.
By J. I*. Doody, Deputy.
Clinton L. Whitl Attorney for Plaintiir.
TO THE PUBLIC.
I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR
any debts contracted in my name after this
dale, without mv written consent.
March 81,1891. M. W.DAVIS,
If 593 North Clark st.. Chicago, 111.
BELL, & GOT,
At Store, Mo. 51© J Street,
WEDNESDAY*, - - APRIL 1, 1891,
At 10 o'clock A. M.
FIVE HOUSES OF
Removed to said building for <o:ivenience
Of sale, consisting of
Elegant Parlor, Dining-room and Kitclten Furniture
Of ull kinds. Also,
ISO Pieces of E!o;rnnt I'arlor Furni
Jnst from one of the largest manufacturing
establishments ln San Francisco.
;»»-SALE POSITIVE. TERMS CASH."**
tS- All must be sold to make room forthe
large real estate sale of those line building lots
lv South Sacramento, which takes place
Thursday evening. April 2d. at 7:30 o'clock
sharp. [mHH-gt] BELL <St CO., Auctioneers.
Synopsis ol Pedigree ol tne standard Bred tiffin Stallion,
TT IS BELIEVED THAT <A
J_ Duvleo carries in his veins Jfcrf-vj
tin blood of nior. (iKE.iT r&>^jf V^.
SIRES Uiat have marked the;..':/V^t-r J^
Cathway of progress in the \kt^isJ-W «
reeding of trotters, from the v *
earliest history of their development to the
present time, than any other Wilkes stallion
m the State, and of more star pel form-el's that
have made the fame of the American trotter
illustrious the world over, und of more "rec
ord breakers"—old and young—than any other
stallion in the Slate bearing the great name of
WILKES, and, better than all else, helms in
herited and carries in his veins, to be trans
mitted to his progeny as he received it. the
blood of more GREAT BKOOD MAKES than
j any of his illustrious family. Send for large
circular, and call aud see the horse una his
tabulated pedigree at IC2B F street, Sacra
mento. [mrai-tfj M.W. HICKS.
Sf You Hava
So appetite, Ind-jrcation, Flntnicxcc
Ick Ut'sductio, ••all run down," los
lac flcai*, you will rind
tho remedy yon need. Tbey lenon)
tho week stomncb and kafld upi>(
i M«gj;lr,jc energies. Sufferers from
i nental or physics- 1 overrrook will find
relief from tbem. Nictly sugar coa.o.'l
Oil ETC ITCHINS PILES
ABSOLUTELY CURBS. "■•* ■ •"£« I
PYJ*U**TC--fS-*«ol___,r.s -Bt.u-tn ft.klna an.
-•ilßg'.ng; mm; v: nl£hit vrur.e hy nor^ic-kljc. I f
all«w«d t» c-.i.Mbh.- tiiJ-B-..-. farm uil t.r-.iri. ' -
*W»I-» tflM hii-.t.1 nod uW-i-ttUv '_. .-..mine v»r,
aura. n« Al Wn OINTMENT .topi the HeMa*
iu.il bi ■«■ J!;j.-. _ci> ti::,-rc-lon. «r. _ In kw va.\L.
r- mnv j, th« tvfi-om. A.X Totr BWMIU Tor It.
J. T. BOGUE,
Of Marysvllle, has the finest
FRUIT :-: TREES
Ever brought to Secramento.
VfURSERY, SECOND STREET, XEAR
J>| depot—first Nursery from I street, ad
joining Bead tt Co.'s. These Trees are perfectly
free lrom scale and TRUE To LABEL. Call
', aud examine.
mr!2-lm J. R. NICKERSON, Agent.
: SHERWOOD HALL NURSERIES,
MENLO PARK, SAN MATEO COUNTY, CAL
Carnations. Doses, Chrysanthemums
and Cut Flowers.
**-SWEET PEA SEED A SPECIALTY.-»
§ctl* *gro». Se ©0.
We ape Headquarters for Curtains,
Rugs and every desirable thing
New Styles in Oxford Ties.
Ladies' Fine Dongola Kid Oxford Lace Shoes, with neat
patent leather lace stay and tip, sizes 2* to 7. Price,
Ladies' Fine Kid Oxford Lace Shoes, hand-turned, with
patent leather tips, medium heels, sizes 2% to 7*.
Price, $2 50.
Ladies' Oxford Lace Shoes, medium heel, opera toe with
stylish tip, sizes 2% to 7. Price, $3.
Ladies' Fine Kid Oxford Lace Shoes, with patent leather
lace piece and patent leather tip, medium high heels,
sizes 2to 7>_. Price, $3 <p.
Ladies' Fine Kid Oxford Lace Shoes, with gray ooze leather
tops, French kid vamps; patent leather tips. This is
the handsomest Shoe that the season has produced.
Fashionable Dress Trimmings.
We have an elegant stock of Trimmings—
the finest to be found in the market. Ifyou want
a rich and ornate Trimming we have it. Prices
varied enough to suit your purse :
Gold Braid Jeweled Trimmings from $1 25 to $4 50.
Silk Traufer Trimming, in combinations of light evening
shades, at $3 a yard.
A Rich Colored Bead and Tinsel Trimming, in leaf de
sign, at $4 a yard.
Novelty Tinsel and Silk Band Trimming, in dainty combi
nations of color, at $3 a yard.
Rich Persian Band Trimmings, in combinations of gold
and cloth shades, at $3 a yard.
Gilt Braids and Gimps from 16% cents to $3 a yard.
Silver Braids and Gimps from 16% to 85 cents a yard.
Fine Steel Gimps from 25 cents to $2 a yard.
' Colored Braid Lace Gimps at 2^ and 50 cents a yard.
Fine Colored Tinsel Gimps, in very choice patterns, $1 a yard.
HALE BROS. & CO.,
Nos. 825, 827, 829, 831, 833, 835 X St„ and 1026 Ninth St.,
CHILDREN'S JACKETS ANDRTeFeRS.
They have just been opened.
■•■ The prettiest line in the city.
Sizes from 2 to 12 years of age.
They come in pretty cheeks and stripes,
and navy blue edged with gold cord.
Made of the finest imported flannels,
handsomely trimmed and finished, seams
all bound, and are perfect fitting.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM.
MT. I. ORTH, Q3O J St.
CHAS. P. UALXi Proprietor and Manager
THIS I Only One _-\i iormance! I THI.S
WEEK ITHURSDAV, AIMUi- S. I WEEK
**~Tho JE-ffl-l Tower of Minstrelsy !t»
*W. S. CLEVEL AMD'S
GREAT BIG CONSOLIDATED
Billy Emerson, Bnvnoy Fagan,! the
Hoghfiy Dougherty, Luke! marvelous
Schoolcraft, Sig. Uenncdctto. C r a ggs.
Cleveland's Ri arises t mid Rest Company.
Du-VT MLSS IT!
Watch for parade of hand nnd entire com
pany (except Emerson), at 11:45 a. m.
PRICES —50 centa and 91. No higher.
Seats on sale Wednesday. mr3l-3t
THE SACRAMENTO LECTURE ASSOCIATION
FRAXK BEARD, THE CARICATURIST.
At the Congroiaratlonal Clim-ch,
Thursday Evening April, 2, 1891.
This will probably be the most vivid nnd
captivating entertainment the Association hns
ever given. Single tickets, fiO centa. [B.C.]
*T\ ANCING CLASSES AT TURN- £x
lj er Hall. — Gentlemen's Class Xka
Monday at 7:30 r. M. Dadies' and HmTS
Gentlemen's CBin, Tuesdays, 7:3*J tSß*f
P. sr. Ladies' Cla-w, Friday, 3p. 11. A<Rv
Ladies'and Gentlemen's Class for fl_jjssb
new beginners, Frlday.at 7:: in p. M. yTWft
Children's < 'lass, Saturdays.at l-.'.so 4WmWSB
p. M. Private Lessons at all hours. -.^'vTSs
JONES, FISCH & WATSON. ****a=»*®'
An Immense Stock! Latest Novelties!
And Most Reasonable Prices. All
TVfLSS E. SWEENEY (SUCCESSOR TO
i>l Miss K. Golden), 527 J street.
Note—Mrs. EL Van Alstine will be pleased
to see her frtends at this establishment, where
she is now located. mrS-tf
ALL LADIES WANTING INSTANT RE
lief for monthly irregularities, from what
ever caus*;, should call at once and obtain Dr.
Fowler's never-failing Golden Age Pelleta.
Harmless; sure. Indorsed by thousands of
women both tn Europe nnd America. Call or
write, 315 X street, room 4. aK_MW*
' ' *i *■■ »
AUCTION SALE JF_ REAL ESTATE.
DJ. SIMMONS & CO., AUCTIONEERS,
. will sell on TUESDAY, March 31st, at
the Court-house, corner Seventh and I streets.
by order of the Superior Court, four large
sales of real estate.
Salo No. 1
Will take place at 10:30 on said day. The
estate of MATHEW HODGE, deceased, as
follows: The west 3S feet and 6 inches of Lot
2, N and O, Tenth and Eleventh streets, with
two good houses thereon.
S. S. HOLL, Attorney lor Estate.
Salo No. 2.
At 10:45 on same day the estate of JOS.
BAUtiUlEß.deceasod.liOt B,Oand l.Eleventh
and Twelfth streets, with a line bum, stable,
etc. Also, Lots 1 aud 5, in block 20, South
ROBT. T. DEVLIN, Attorney for Estate.
Snlo No. 3.
At 11 o'clock on same day, guardian saleot
real estate: Lot 8, N and O, Twentieth »nd
S. S. HOLL, Attorney for Gunrdlan.
Sale No. 4.
North 40 feet lot 8, G and H. Seventh and
Eighth, with a good two-story residence
thereon. This sale ls made to close partner
These sales aro all positive. Property now
open for inspection. Don't forget the date:
Tuesday, March 31st, commencing at 10:30,
at the Court-house. Seventli and I streets.
D. J. SIMMONS dt CO., Auctioneers.
Office, 1005 Fourth street. mr__-<.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 3nd Glassware,
Which I will sell less than any house In
Northern California. Try me for prices, as I
will not be undersold.
ALSO AGENT FOR
AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
g. £J. £cttUo & (KO.
CROCKERY x GIVEN x AWAY.
\^^^R%i^J^^^^^^_^^ styles and are well
PORCELAIN UJHLINA. 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^SSi FOE OUR 100 PAGE CATALOGI'F, WITH MANY ILLUSTRATIONS. *%3i
L. 31.. LEWIS &c 00.
502-504 J and 1009 Fifth St., Sacramento.
A BIG SALE OF LAMPS!
That should bring everybody in need. We have too many
Lamps, and in order to reduce our stock quickly we will
offer our assortment of 200 styles of Lamps for THIS
WEEK ONLY, at a reduction of 23 per cent. off. We quote
a few of our prices. Come early so as to get your pick:
Fine Vase Lump. Implex burner, shade to match, §3; now $'i 25.
Flue Vaso Lamp, satin finish, hand-painted shade to match, Duplex
burner, §1; now $:$.
Fine Vaso Lamp, satin finish, with Rochester burner, shade to match,
Sti 50; now So.
Decorated stand Lamp, complete, §10; now $7 ."JO.
We have now in stock and are exhibiting decidedly the
largest, most varied and elegant stock of Lamps ever seen
in Sacramento. Here you'll find Lamps for every purpose
and every place, at
THE LIVE CROCKERY nOUSE OF SACRAMENTO,
Jos. Thieben Crockery Company,
MO. SIS J STREET.
*S~N. 8.-Our THTEBEN ELECTRIC LAMP is so far ahead of all others
that we dely any houso to put up a Lamp its equal.
HUNTINGTON HOPKINS COMPANY,
SACRAMENTO AND SAN FRANCISCO.
&cal ©«taic, (Btc.
Edwin K. Alsip & Co.,
NO. 1015 FOURTH STREET,
SACRAMENTO, - - - CALIFORNIA.
TWO * BARGAINS
A Declaration that Examination Will Prove!
A FRUIT FARM OF 230 ACRER-90
acres in Orchard, 10 acres in Raisin
Grape, 2 acres in Alfalfa. 70 acres in Timber;
3 Horses, 2 Cows, 2 Wagons, 4 Plows. Culti
vator. Harrows and all Farming Utensils,
improvements consist of fruit-packing house
2jxCo, dwelling of 7 rooms, barn 25x*_0, ce
ment cistern and apple storage house. Two
thirds ot all fruit trees are in bearing, and
consist of French prunes, peaches, Bart
lett pears, Royal Anu cherries, Musca
tel grapes. A water ditch runs through
the property. The trees are all in a healthy
condition. The place is under a high state of
cultivation. Situated only IU miles from
railroad depot In El Dorado County. Soil ls
well adapted to fruit. Elevation is about
1,000 feet. One of the partner; died recently,
which is the only reason the place i.s bcin"
sold. Tho price is only ?IS,OOO. So.OOOcan
be netted annually from the place. If It wus
located in Santa Clara Valley it would bring
850,000. It is the best improved, best fruit
ranch ln El Dorado County, and the cheapest
place tliat has been offered iv the .State for
some time. Investigation will demonstrate it
STOCK AND DAIRY FARM OF 1,000
ACRES—GOO acres tillable; fenced into three
fields. It has a dwelling of 7 rooms, stable for
2)S head of horsts and 50 tons of hay, two hay
barns for 100 tons, 12 bead of Horses and
Colts, 100 head of Cows, Yearlings and Stock
Cattle, 40 of which are ready for beef. Itis
situated S% miles from railroad aud only 40
miles from Sacramento. I'riee, §13,000, in
cluding personal property.
Houses. Rented. Rents Collected.
Money to Loan.
AF» F=> l_ V* TO
Edwin K. Alsip & Co.,
Real Estate Agents,
No. 1015 Fourth street. Sacramento.
«-»-The only agency in California issuing
monthly catalogues ofjand. Send tor one.
STEPBENSON & HARTMANT
Real Estate and Insurance Agents.
1007 FOURTH STREET.
40x160, with improvements, 1425 E street.
40x00, with Improvements, corner Sixteenth
and G. A bargain.
80x100, with improvements, corner Twenty
eighth and X streets. Very cheap.
40x160, with improvements, corner Four
teenth and I streets. A fine home.
40x160, northwest corner Fifteenth and E
streets. A good speculation.
40x100, on T street, beetween Twenty-ninth
and Thirtieth streets.
40x160. on V street, between Twenty-fifth
and Twenty-sixth streets.
40x160, on X street, between Twenty-eighth
and Twenty-ninth streets.
Three lots. 40x160, on L' street, between
Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth streets.
O-D0 not rail to get a lot in Oak Park.
They are going fast. Come in and see large
map. ■ fc2 -1 y
LAWTON, BARNETT &~~COT
ii.iir_-.-e, Loans fiesotiated. Houses to Beat, Collections,
403 J Street, Saoramento, Cal,
Weal ©state, (Btc.
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. BOHli. E. A. CROUCH.
One of the finest Resi
dences in Sacramento, with
latest improvements; fine
barn; lotBoxl6o, on corner.
STEPHENSON & HARTMAN,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
1007 FOURTH STKEET. inrtS-lw
MRS. E. B. CROCKER,
On the southwest corner of Third
and O Streets.
ALSO THE STABLE.
On the'northeast corner of Third and
0 streets, together with, all tho eni-ri
a-g-es, fixtures, etc., contained therein,
Most Favorable Terms.
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
W. P. COLEMAN & CO.,
Sacramento, Cal. felMf
ni(\ ACRES OF SPLENDID LAND, ONE-
O+IJ half patented and the other half to pre
empt and homestead.
;s*iO acr.^, f.nced in two fields, 35 acres In
grain; well watered by living springs; near
railroad; dwelling, two barns and all neces
sary out 'buildings*; wagon, mower and oth r
implements; furniture and carpets, live stoclc
and chickens: all po with place; also, several
tons huy. Price, |-J.SOO. Location liealthy.
MILLS & HAWK,
REAL ESXAXE agents,
«01 J Stroet.
AGENCY UNION INSURANCE Jg.MPANY'
iNOTICE OF SALE OF REAL KTATK.
miiE fniiersigneij will sell on
JL rLhSDAY.thc illst dayof April, 1891,
at 10:30 o'clock a. v., on the premises, at
public auction, to the highest and best bid
der, pursuant to an order of the Superior
Court of the County of Sacramento, all of Lot
Light (8), in tho block bounded by D and E,
l'ourteenth and Fifteenth streets. In the City
of Sacramento, County of Sacramento, (State
ot California, and the improvements thereon.
Ten per cent, ofthe purchase price to be paid
at the time of sale, balance on confirmation bj
the Court. Deed at expense of purchaser.
Executor ofthe will of Margaret McKeon, de
Dated March 24,1891.
I hank U. Hvan. Attorney lor Executor.