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Rev. Dr. Gilbert Continues His Dis
Tlmoly Sturcestions for Sunday-school
Teachers—Religious and Sec
lt is not a common thing to see so many
people out on Monday afternoon as gath
ered in the Congregational Church to
hoar the discussion on "Spiritual Teach
ing." Human beings may be of two
realms, said Dr. Gilbert, tho carnal or
the spiritual, and they may live partly in
tho one and partly in the other. The
work of the teacher is to present the
truth with such clearness that the pupil
may see it and recognize himself a sinner
iv need of help. This will lead to re
pentance, faith, hope, love and all that
belongs to that better and grander life of
the true Christian. All who heard the
address wore highly pleased and edified.
A largo and appreciative audience gath
ered in the Ninth-street Baptist Church
in tho evening to hear Dr. Gilbert on the
•'Supreme Need." As Mark Hopkins, on
ono ond of the log, constituted a uni
versity for tho young Garfield, "who sat
ou the other end, so the teacher, to a large
degree, is the school. The supreme need
theu, said the speaker, is a body of men
and women well qufdified to teach in the
•Sunday-school. The textbook is the
Bible, the sublimest of all books, and
is to be taught to children at a time when
mistakes will be fatal.
Teachers aro to handle this book but
ono hour of the day. and om^ day of the
week. Their teaching must be done after
ttte children have received five days of
good instruction in the pubiic schools.
Buuday-sehool teaching must compete
with secular teaching. The .peaker
thought tbe big-boy problem would be
speedily solved if proper teachers could
be supplied. Boys cannot be held in the
Sunday-schools with poor teachers.
Religious education is eliminated from
secular schools. The separation of church
and State with us has led to this. Itis
different with all European nations.
True education includes tho whole man,
spiritual as well as mental. Tho speaker
would rather have his boy only al>lu to
read plain English than to have his re
ligious training neglected. Here is tiie
responsible work of the Sunday-school
teacher, and it demands the best possible
Fhe address was up to a high standard
of excellence, and was most attentively
list- md to for more than an hour. If the
people would only come out once and
catch the enthusiasm, it is believed tliat
tho largest house obtainable would not
contain the persons who would want to
hear these discourses.
Tho meeting last evening was in the
Westminster Presbyterian Church, ar.d
tho subject "The Home and the School."
The house was crowded again, and all
felt themselves well repaid lor their time.
All -Afternoon meetings, commencing at
_ o'clock, are in the Sunday-school room
ofthe Congregational Church. Dr. Gil
bert wants to meet young, unmarried
men, between eighteen and thirty years
of age, on Thursday evening, after serv
ice-, at the Congregational Church.
The subject for this afternoon is: "Thcr
Teacher's Teaching." Tiiis evening the
place of meeting will be the Calvary Bap
tist < -hurch, and the subject "The Church
and the School." '
Degree-, to be Conferred ou Students
at Berkeley To-day.
At the State University to-day degrees
wili be conferred as follows: Bachelor of
Arte—Charles H. Bentley, Oakland; An
son S. Blake, Berkeley; Edwin Bunnell,
Oakland; Albert H. Elliott, San Fran-
Albert W. Gunnison, San Fran
cisco; James D. Meeker, San Francisco,
Warren Olney. Jr., Oakland; Addison E.
Shaw, Lorin; James L. Whitbeck, Sacra
mento; Eugene J. Zeile, San ir.'.'
Charles G. Michener, Baa Francisco.
Bachelor cf Science —Harry B. Ains
worth, Oakland; John C. Ainsworth,
Oakland: Arthur F. Alien, Alameda;
Harry C. Baldwin, Oakland; William il.
Brown, Oakland; Thomas E. Eichbaum,
San E rancisco; Edward P. Hii hum, Jr.,
Suisun; Joseph N. Le Conte, Berkeley;
Charles W. Merrill, Alameda; William
P. Milier, Jr., Melrose; Charles Palache,
Claremont; Thomas W. Ransom. Snn
Francisco; William A.Wright, Berkeley;
William O. Allen, San Francisco; Felix
11. Carrsow, San Francisco; Ross Mor
gan, I »akland; George E. Coleman, Grass
Bachelor of Philosophy—Der rel Ij.
Beard, Napa: John A. Brewer, Los
Angeles; Albert L. Ehrman, San Fran
cisco; George H. Fletcher, Grass Valley;
Burton L. Hall, Los Angeles; Emily J.
ilajpilton, Orange; Horace C. Head,
Garden Grove; Mary Alice King, Berk
eley; William G. Morrow, San Francisco;
Arthur M. Seymour, Sacramento; < 'harlos
P. Tay, Sail Francisco; Lester H. Jacobs,
San Francisco; David Guernsey Jones,
Berkeley; William 11. Waste, Los
Angeles; Philip L. Weaver Jr., San
Francisco; Cora L. Williams, A'ilhi Park.
Bachelor Of Letters—Henry A. Fiske,
Berkeley; Grace H. de Fremery, Oak
land; l-'rod A. Juillard, Santa Rosri; Her
bert S. McFarlin, Oakland; H. B. Mon
tague, Oakland; John H. White, Chico.
Master of Arts—Emma Willard,
Tho usual Bachelor's Degree was also
ordered conferred upon the following
(raduates of tho Hastings College of
<arl H. Abbott, Dak land; Joseph F_.
Barry, Solomon Bloom and Henry W.
Ward, San Francisco; Cosmor B. Clark,
Berkeley; Edgar C. Cooper, Eureka; Jos.
1... Crittenden. George l>. Dudley aud
Adrian C. Kllis. Jr., San Francisco;
Oliver Ellsworth, Niles; Henry 11.
llaight, Oakland; Beverley L. liodg
heaa, ukiah; Alexander 1.. CPGrady,
John __*?. Pomeroy, Oscar P. Rouleau,
San Francisco; John W. Satterwhite,
San Bernardino; Edwin I>. Smith, Santa
Roaa; Gariiard Stoney, Wallace L.
Thompson, Henry A. Tobin, Maurice S.
Woodhams, San Francisco.
CHARGED WITH LARCENY.
Mrs. Jensen Falls slek. and Into tho
Hands ol" the Police.
A woman named Mrs. Jensen occupies
; tho Polico Station, whore she is
detained on suspicion of being tho person
who was recently accused there of steal
ing souie jewelry from the resideneeof a
lamily in which she was employed.
It appears that she was taken ill at a
kodging-honse and was removed to the
; *r 11 "sjiital for treatment. Prom
a conversation with her there, and the
fact that she answered the description of
the woman who is wanted at walnnt
w>ve. and the further fact that she eanie
from that pla.ro, the police assumed that
she was the one wanted then-.
A telephone message to the Rboobd-
I mon fr„,a Walnut drove last night
•toted that Mrs. Jensen is the party who
issocased of having stolen two rings
from a lamily at New Hope, near there.
A Constable left tbere last night to ar
rest and lake her back.
WANTED FOR ROBBERY.
Boys Suspected ot Having Raided a
l.a^t Monday a couple of boys walked '
into tho cabin of some Chinamen em
ployed on Billings' ranch, Dear tho
mouth of the American River, nnd stole I
8100, according to tbe statement of the
hoss ofthe Celestial gang. It was thought
thai the boya had gone toward Davisville,
and a dispatch was sent there asking tho
Constable to arrest them should they
como that way.
Yesterday Chief Drew received a tele
gram from Davia ville stating that three
boys were held in custody there on sus
picion of being the ones connected with
the robbery. Officer Arlington went
over on the morning train, but soon came
to the conclusion that they were not the
WILL TRY IT AGAIN.
The Domestic Troubles of the Duen-
sings In Court Once Moro.
Mary E. Duensing commenced suit in
the Superior Court yesterday for a divorce
from Louis Duensing.
This is the third time in the last three
years that the Duensings have brought
their domestic troubles into court. In
lbss the husband sued for a separation on
the ground of cruelty and the divorce
was granted. The couple subsequently
remarried, but after a few months came
to the conclusion a second time that mar
riage was a failure, and the husband
brought suit for a second divorce. Mrs.
Duensing did oppose the suit and a sec
ond separation would no doubt have
been ordered by tlie court had not the
couple disagreed upon the division of
their property. This suit was dismissed
on motion ofthe husband's attorneys.
In tiie suit commenced yesterday the
wife appears as the plaintiff and alleges
cruelty as the grounds lor the separa
THE TURNERS DEPART.
Closo of the successful Meeting of the
IB The Pacific Turn-Bezirk concluded its
meeting In this city yesterday after a
most successful series of festivities.
The visiting Turners pot In yesterday
viewing the sight', about the Capital City.
Tliey were taken to Kast Park, down the
Riverside road, to the Buffalo Brwery,
through the residence streets, and to all
p< Ints of inti rest. Tbe visitors were
unanimous in praise of the hospitality 'ri'
the Sacramento Verein and enthusiastic
in expressions regarding their- treatment
When the visitors left for their homes
yesterday afternoon, tbe scene at the
depot was an unusually lively one. The
place was crowded almost to its hill ca
pacity. A double quartet ran;: farewell
songs, ami aa the train pulled out of the
depot cheers were sent up.
Open-Air Concert To-Night.
The Hussar Band, led by Pedro Corte3,
will delight the throng of people that is
certain to gather at the Plaza tiiis even
ing on the occasion of the open-air con
cert. The following excellent pro
gramme has been selected:
; March, "Les Bouveti urs"
i Overture, "Horas 1 •• llc-osas." Boettger
; Walt-, "Visions of Paradise," Ben nei
Medley, "tfeara Ago,"' comprising the airs
! iiisii Washer-woman, Uncle Ned, Old
Polka al Home, el •.
| Schottische, "For iou,"
arranged by Pedro Cortes
i'icc tloSolo, "Skylara,"
Perfjrmed by Pedro Coites. by Cox
"Musicians' bee* erie," ....feeyer
■■i'.f.-, r*> Annual," .'.n pourri
"Plantation Eciloes," played by request
The Board of Directors of the Sacra-
I mento Athletic Club met last evening at
i the gymnasium, Sixth and M streets. A
; number of new aspirants for athletic hon
ors and physical development were
: (Lected to membership. «>wing to the in
; ere tse of the boxing class it waa decided
to provide now and larger quarters for
j Professor Dwyer and his- pupils, and a
; committee was appointed to go ahead with
the work. Several other improvements
! to the gymnasium wereaMb ordered. The
Entertainment Committee reported that
everything was in readiness for a iirst
class show for the Fourth of July, and all
that is needed now is a sufficient appro
priation from the Fourth of Juiy Com
To-Day's Sales at Auction.
Bell cV Co. will sell at auction at 10 a. >r.
; to-day, at their salesrooch, 619 J street, a
canopy-top, two-seated surrey or car
! riage, three parlor sets, one bedroom set,
' elegant plate-glass mirror, sixteenth cen
! tury finish: twenty pieces parlor furni-
I ture, bedsteads, mattresses, fine bed
loung* s, one Burr folding bed, wardrobe,
sates, ranges, hue curtains, cornices, oil
i paintings, vases, carpels, etc.
At half-past 10 o'clock to-day D. J.
' Simmons «S Co. will sell, on the premises,
• the pood two-story building on the north
j west corner of Sixth and M streets, to be
; removed immediately; also, counters,
! shelving, etc The huilding contains a
j store and residence upstairs.
Residence at Auction.
On Friday next P.ell A Co. will sell at
U< a. m., on the premises, the elegant res
idence and property of J. 11. Miller,
southeast oorner of Seventeenth and O
streets. The lot is 80x100 fot, on the
west forty feet of which is a modern two
story residence, containing nino lartre
rooms, bath, etc.; also, jiood barn. (»n
the east forty feet is a small houseof three
rooms and other improvements. Tlie
property will be sold a-> a whole or in
forty-foot lots, if desired.
Death's Latest Victim.
The death is announced of Louis C.
Todbunter, son of W. B. Todhunter, the
well-known cattleman of Yolo County.
Deceased was born in Cincinnati on the
17th of December, IM7, nnd has resided
here and in Voio County since 1864. lie
leaves a wife and two children.
The funeral will take place from the
family residence, 827 Nineteenth street, at
2 p. m. to-morr.o..
Contempt of Court.
Pat Fay, an intoxicated individual who
occupied a seat in the lobby of the Police
Conrt yesterday afternoon, attempted to
Interfere with witnesses in the <.
Holliday, .-harped with Illegal fishing,
and Judge Cravens had him locked up for
contempt of court.
Will Probably bo Cooler.
The wind changed from north to south
about midnight ia^t night, which prom
isee cooler weather to-day.
The Hour of 9 A. M.
To-day commences one of Uie greatest sales
of clothing, tarnishing goods, hats, ehv, ever
Inaugurated la Sacramento; more goods;
cut deep; styles later than ever in our
or any other. Wo have set all of our
.■or: ] eMtOrsa thinking,and they went round
like a whir! yesterday. The; are trying to do
so tn eth Ins that they can't, or do nol know
how to. Wo will show tie irade to-day how
it is done at the Red House. *
Sale of Imported Pattern Hats.
To-day. The latest styles tor July and Au
gust- for about one half, we have had our ose
from them, as w< have copied atn r the same
style. Millinery lKrjmrtnHiit. Red House. *
15:.; siilc ls still gotng on at the New York
Millinery Btore, <>*J5 J street. *
■ _,_,- J Rood'sSar-
__tr I merit and
Z&^^Y \ hs wonder-
COMPOUND EXTBACT>V Xk. fu' c:lr ps
yi^v^K^ ■ popular
A^A/^ » blood pa'
X^^»_h-7-^V i A rlfler and
y^^^V^T A \ strengthen-
A / \ / \ lu R medl
«_\_K£^/\/ \/ clno- v
r1 » **«J:' llrer com
plaint, catarrh, rheumatism,etc. Po sare to get
llimvl's Sarsaparilla, which la peculiar to Itself.
Hood's Sarsaparilla sold hr druggists. Jll; six
(orgs. Preparedh# C.I. Hood & Co.,Lowoll,Mass.
. 100 Doses One Dollar .
SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UKlpy, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1891.—SIX PAGES'.
Correspondence of Interest to the
[Under this heading tbe Record-Union
vill publish short letters from correspondents
on topics of interest to the general public. The
matter In these communications will be un
derstood to represent only the views of the
writers. All communications must be accom
panied by the name of the writer, not for pub
lication, unless so desired, but as a guarantee
of good faith.—Eds.]
Tho Small Boy's Fourth.
Ens. Record-Union: I fully agree
with the "American Father," that tho
••small boy with his firecrackers" should
enjoy his American independence on the
Fourth of July, and tbink his ideas ofthe
best, to let his little one "have his cele
bration right at home, where he can look
after him." Let all parents with small
children "go aud do likewise," and the
Fourth of July Committeo will have few
to "herd on the Plaza." Let there be in
dividual effort to avoid accidents on that
da}-, that it may not prove one of death
and disaster to any mother's heart aud
home as has so often in the past been the
Mother "of an American Boy."
Sacramento, June2l, 1861.
Alleged Cure for Paralysis.
Eds. Record-Union: I would wish to
make known through your journal a val
uable remedy for the cure of paralysis,
particularly that class of paralysis known
as locomotor ataxia. 1 gave the following
recipe to Mr. Vietneister of Sacramento,
wtio was on crutches at the time. He has
now discarded his crutches and is able to
attend to hia business.
Hoping that it may prove as beneficial
to others as it lias to Mr. Viemeistor, I
suhjoin the following:
Forty grains of venatria to one ounce of
LardoroiL Bub the parts affected twice
a day for about leu or twenty minutes;
also rub down the spine.
J. Don:. 1.1.LV.
WOULD, IF THEY COULD.
Tho Bersaclieii Guard Commander
Makes un Explanation.
At tlie Fourth of July meeting on Mon
day night it was stated that the Captain
ofthe Bersaglierf <iuard had said that his
company would not participate in the
parade unless permitted to carry the
Italian colors, as well as the American
The Captain states that this was a slight
mistake—that what he did say was that
the company could not, under its rules,
turn out on any conditions other tlian
"I don't sco the necessity for all this
trouble," said he. "This is the only city
in which organizations of that kind are
not allowed to carry the colors of their
native land, so long "as tlie post of honor
is given to the stars and stripes. We are
permitted to parade in uniforms repre
senting Italian troops, and why not be
allowed to carry the Italian llag?"
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
State Prison Director Sonntajr was in
the city yesterday.
Captain Fred Heilbron is up from his
new home at San Diego.
Colonel J. W. Guthrie visited Nevada
City to attend Compuny C"s target shoot
Attorney Thomas W. Humphrey has
gone to Butte County to attend to'some
George M. Mott was a visitor at Grass
Valley ou Sunday. Mr. Mott has an
orchard on the Banner Kidge.
Mrs. I). B. Merry, a sister of Mrs. A. S.
Bosqnit, lias arrived at Placerviile from
Ea&t laia Vegas, N. M.. on a visit to her
sister and mother, Mrs. A. T. Gray.
Misses Agnes, Rose and Blanche
Wheeler, daughters of Judson Wheeler
of Sun fraucisco, are at tiie Freeman
Hotel, Auburn, and will remain for some
.Mrs. J. W. Edwards, owner and former
proprietor of the Putnam House at
Auburn, has arrived from Brooklyn, N.
Y. Mrs. Edwards expects to spend the
summer in Auburn.
R. Wilson, Miss Hale, Mrs. McLean
and children, W. 1). Williams, Q. W.
Walts, <;. M. Pond, Mrs. and Miss Ready
and Mrs. Cantley of San Francisco are at
Freeman's Hotel in Auburn.
Charles P. Hall, manager of the Sacra
mento theaters, the Bush-street Theater
and the Grand < ipera-house of San Fran
cisco, is tn town on a hying visit. He
will return to San Francisco to-day.
A pleasant party was tendered to Miss
Georgie Masters, at the home of Mrs.
Miller on i street, Monday evening, and
was pleasantly passed * with music,
games and social converse. Reh
ires!) ments wero served. Those pres
ent were Misses F.lla Hubbard, Alice
Miller, Mollie and Kittie Dameron,
Abbie Miller, Ollie and ('eorgie Masters,
Mrs. McKay and Mrs. Miller, Messrs.
Willie. Lain.j Wallace, Reeves, Jones,
Allie, Lawton and McKay.
Arrivals at tlie Golden Kagle Hotel yes
terday: A. K. Myers, Bodie; W. A. Me-
Yonnell, B. H. "Kent, Harry Williams
and wife, Elizabeth Garth, W. L. Coder,
W. D. Shea, Phil B. Bekeart, C. K.
Payne, New York; E. M. Douglas, Wash
ington, D. C; J. J. Bunt and daughter,
San Jose; P. H. McDonnell, St. Louis;
W. D. Forreyson, Carson City; H. M.
Abrains, H. 11. Borchers, San Francisco;
George P. Reynolds, wife and two daugh
ters, Alameda; L. Evans, San Bernardino;
A. McCabe, Reno; Miss Giselor Ganger,
Alameda; E. F. Brantley, Macon Ga.;
James Batchelder, Max Sornmer, C. Rob
inson, S. Bloom, A. L. Young, H. C. Mor
rill, Mrs. M. M. Lewis, W. 11. Brown, J.
L. Crittenden, G. W. Luce, S. A. Wil
liams, Win. A. Bernheim. W. s. Baxter,
J. A. Clover and wife, San Francisco;
George T. Ely St. Louis; John S. Mosby,
Jr., Denver; John Thompson, Oakland-
W. W. Ott Fuller and wife, Rhode Is
land; H. CL Grace, Now York; C. W.
Dempster, Chicago; 8. H. Bell, Minneap
olis; H. E. Duncan, Boston; W. M. Simp
son, Chicago; George Boyd, Suisun.
Arrivals at (he Capital Hotel yesterday:
Fred T. Connolly, A. C. Bennett,
New York; Charles E. Norton,
James T, Fulton, Hackberry: C. P.
Berry, Wheatland; Mrs. Harry Bryan,
Miss N. Bryan, Miss c. Beve
ridge, Courtland; O. J. Hanson, L. M.
Coulter, Vallejo; Thomas Franc-11, Santa
Cruz; Mrs. VY. S. Manlove, Mrs. Man
love, Brighton; Charles Sonntag, San
Francisco; J. C. Ball, Willows; L. P.
Behrens, Oriaad; D. P. Hocking, San
Francisco; W. C. James, Ed Frazer, Will
iam Eldart, F. C. Merronor, Rochester,
N. V.; S. J. Samuels, Oakland; B. F.
Newby, Dixon; R. B. Ouilahan. Stock
ton; F. J. Forrest, Oakland; C. L. May
hew, Guerneville; F. T. Murphy, Charles
Edwards. Sau Diego; William Hood,
Colusa; W. M. Moulton, Healdsburg; <_.
M.Scott. CS. Scott, Madison; M. T. J.
Haynes, Areata; I. G. Godfrey, Seattle;
Robert Hiller, Franklin; F. L. Wyman,
San Jose: Mrs. Alston, Willows; B.
Frank Shepherd, Fresno; J. 11. Strand,
Wilmington; Miss Lydia Fountain, Oak
It is evpected that tho paycarwill arrive
hero to morrow.
The dry north wind yesterday gave the
weather a touch of summer.
Plumbers and workmen aro engaged in
renovating the Protestaut Orphan Asy
lum and cleansing the premises.
It was the Hussar and not the Artillery
Hand which furnished the music at the
Turn-Bezirk ball on Monday night.
lv tho suit of Steinhart vs. Wahl, yes
terday, the motion for a new trial was
overruled by Superior Judgo Catlin.
The trial of Auguste Forgous, for the
murder of his wife, was postponed by
Superior Judge Van Fleet yesterday
until July 27th.
P. S. Hooker of Contralia, Mo., is anx
ious to hear from William A. Kincaid,
who came to California in 1858, and lived
for some years ln this city, lt is Baid tbat
Kincaid was here last year.
Tho Chinese oro refusing to obey the
law oftho last Legislature requiring'them
to register. They have been commanded
by the Six Companies to ignore the law,
which will ho tosted in the courts.
"The Bohemian Dance," composed by
Mrs. Abbie Uenung, daughter of S. H.
Gerrish of this city, is the title of a new
piece of music just issued by Kohler Jt
Chase of San Francisco. It is dedicated
to Mrs. Alexander Morrison of this city.
Mrs. Genung is the author of several
pioces of music that have been well re
Frank Dolan's Victim.
A San Francisco evening paper of yes
terday had the following:
"Detective Anthony this morning ar
rested Kate Sheridan, a young Sacra
mento girl, and will send her to her home.
She is in a very bad physical condition
from dissipation, and does not look as
though she could live more than a couple
of weeks. She earned considerable noto
riety for herself by running away from
home several months ago Avith a young
man named Prank l>olan. Thoy came to
this city and were married, despite the
fact tliat the girl was under age. Dolan
has since been sentenced to four years in
San Quentin for perjury."
More Awnings Down.
Yesterday the "double-deck" balconies,
or awnings, tliat obscured the front? of
the Washington Bakery and the building
adjoining, on Third street, between X
and L, were taken do w n.
The wood Was so rotten that it could be
crumbled between one's fingers. There
are Scores more of such dangerous ob
structions thai siiould come down.
Irrigation Bond Experts.
Ex-State Engineer Wm. Ham. Hail
and Wilson .*_ Wilson, well-known at
torneys of San Fran rise*), ha\ c been ap
pointed by the bankers of San Francisco
to act as experts in passing upon' (sta
tus of irrigation districts, m the matu r of
the issuance of bond-, under the Wright
The Board of I .rectors ofthe Sacra
mento Swimming Bath Association met
last Uight, and decided to oal] in the bal
ance of Die amount duo or >uk, as
the work is progressing very rapidly, and
will all be completed by the __>i of July.
i Another Your liefore tho Two Organi
zations Como Together.
[Marys**! Uie Apj i at, Jane aad.]
At tho meeting of the Grand Lodge of
Colored Masons in this city during the
', forepart of this montt), the delegates con
fidently expected thai the Roocders, who
held their annual meeting in Ked Bluff
I last week, would take steps in amalga
mate. .!. C Jenkins says thai it will take
until next year to accomplish the merg
ing of the two bodies.
The Bed Bluft Clause, in speaking of
the meeting there, says: "The Grand
; Lodge of Colored Masons which has heen
in session here during the week is the
main branch of that order. A Grand
; Lodge Of Colored Masons was held in
Marysville about twoweeksago, but this,
iit appears, is a seceder from the main
j body. The division in the order took
i place abont 1884, over some trouble con-
I Corning Grand Lodge proceedings. The
seceding branch has fonr lodges in the
I State, while the main branch, which held
its Gland Lodge session here, has nine
| lodges in the State. It is thought that
harmony will be restored and the order
| will bo reunited soon."
The members of the order in this city
■ state that the above is not correct. The
; body which met at Eled Bluff was ofthe
[ seceding branch ; that the seceders had
but four lodges when they withdrew, and
that tho secession did not occur until
W hen the lodges have been brought
together under one Grand Lodge there
will be a membership of over one thou
Department One— ( atlin, Judge.
Ti ; .sd.vv. June •*.*.(i
Bteinhart va.Wahl—Motion lor new trial
Department Two-Van Fleet, Jndgo.
Tcksday, Jun< 23d
People vs. Pedro Lara—sentenced to live
months' imprisonment in iii.- County Jail
People vs. Forgous, charged witli murder—
Continued until .Jui> 2.1h.
Some "Pointers" on Insurance.
A prominent life insurance man, ad
dressing the alumni of Bellevuc Medical
College in New York the other day. gave
them some "pointers'' on making out
proofs ol deaths for insurance companies
" When you are absolutely stuck," he said
"say it's the 'grip.' Don't say it's malaria
—I think the public has caught on to
that. \\ hen a man dies of delirium tre
mens put it down as 'congestion ot the
brain,' and if he dies from drunkard's
liver, call it 'cirrhosis.' It is my opinio!,
that nine out of ten think that
a female disease and has some connection
with 'sorosis.' " Any one who has ex
amined lists of insured persons %. ho have
died will have noticed that '•congestion
of tho brain" and "cirrhosis of the liver"
are sadly frequent as causes of death.
The depth at which some of the Bel
gian coal mines are worked is something
prodigious. In a pit at Plena the work
is now done at 3,700 feet; in a pit at
Premerin at 2,.*>o_' feet, and in the St.
Andre pit at Montigny-sur-Sambro at
For a disordered liver try Beecham's
Nanmkeag School Shoe, Warranted.
Just arrived and placed In stock, an all
solid school shoe, made ol an excellent qual
ity of pebble trout, will, soe leather tip on toe
medium heavy sole; worked button holes;
heel aud Bprlng-heel. Youths' und misses*
sizes. 11 to 2. $i 25; children's. 8 to 10.,. .* _ ;
child's, sto ';:,, soe. Every pair warranted'
'fry them and you will use no other. lied
llAiiMEifs music store, No. 820 J street
Sole agency for Chickering & Sons' pianos,
Clough & \. arren organs; also cheaper makes.*
W * DELICIOUS 'O
NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS.
Vanilla O* perfect purity.
Lemon -1 of great strength.
Atmond -| Economy,n their use
Rosee.C_r) Flavor as delicately
And dellclously as the fresh fruit*
LEDESMA—In this city, June 22d, Jovita
wife ot Cornelia Ledesma, a native ofOrcgon'
aged 24 years.
Atf- Friends are respectfully invited to at
tend the funeral from her late residence
1605 X street, this iifternoon at 2 o'clock;
thence to the Cathedral, corner Eleventh
and X streets, where funeral services will be
TOPHUNTEK— In this city, June 23d, L. C.
To'lhunter, a native of Ohio, aged 43 years,
0* months and 6 days.
_*__r-Kricnds and acquaintances nre respect
fully invited to attend the funeral, from
liis late residence, 827 Nineteenth street, to
morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoris,
When she waa a Child, she cried for Castoria,
■When the became Mias, the clung to Castoria,
Whss aha had Children, the gave tbem C as tor i___
Changcb $atly fov -gubin * ©o.
Men's Calico Coats, 15c.
Men's Seersucker Coats and Vests, BOc.
Men's Working Suits, strong and dura
ble, $3 49.
Men's Union Cassimere Suits, $4.
Men's Double-breasted Fancy Flannel
Vests, for dress wear, in plaids or stripes,
$3 SO. These vests will not "bag" around
the collar and can be laundried.
Navy Blue Sailor Suits, embroidered col
lars, for 4 to 10 years, 48c.
Blouse Suits of plaid Union cassimere, in
colors that will not show dirt. Ages 4 to
13, $1 50.
Boys' Suits, 18 to 18 years, for school or
working, $1 95.
Men's Four-Dollar Shoes.
We have spoken so often of our three and
five-doilar shoes that few know tnat we
have a splendid line between at Four Dollars.
These Four-Dollar Shoes are of little better
material than those at three dollars and fin
ished with more care. We have them in
various styles of fastenings and toes. One
style in particular has elastic sides, with the
toe of the shoe quite as broad as across the
ball of the foot. This is a comfortable style
for men with tender feet.
These Four-Dollar Shoes compare favor
ably with many shoes sold in Sacramento at
We have a limited supply of men's and
boys' White Laundried Shirts left at 40c.
Men's brown mixed Undershirts and
Drawers at 35 cents each, which is below
their regular value.
Men's Black Suspenders are not only the
latest fashion, but do not show soiling like
colored goods. Prices, 50c to $1 50.
Men's Light-weight Summer Undershirts,
Weinstock, Lubin & Co.
400 to 412 X Street Sacramento.
W^^^^^^^^ff^ —A LINE OF—
I i FITIV Wl WIWWfR Is the man to handle your
H\K X I II XI V « CARPETS if you want them
J H 111 11. III! Ii I THOROUGHLY CLEANED
111111111 " * X*Jl ■ A r and PROPERLY RELAID.
WORKS-Southwest Cornor Twelfth and O Stroets. Telephone 392 Or
Leave Orders at the Leading Carpet Stores.
411-413 X St., Sacramento, f T m-.. _L
Wall Fafei. of All Kinds. Send for V___/ r^ "P T^_» T
I'uicg List. f v —^ *—*■ -1- Jf"' *V^ V-» i_____> •
3_*_^U._>ii__; "Ok FLOB__3SLG,
VtJATC-TM AKERS AND JEWELERS. 428 3 STREET, BETWEEN FOURTH A^Jn
W Fifth, defers in WATJ'HES JEWELRY and DIAMONDS.IIEPAIKING in afu2
branches a spc.n_-.lty, under My. Floberg. Agents for ROCKFORD WATCH COMPANY.
V\/ 7A/T 13 AITT T T?D f keeps 0* HAND a fink line ov
W IVI. D. IVIILLJU/i\ J DIAMONDS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
No. C 23 J St.. Sacramento. Cal.. ' 1 m£e ag&JS&. °' W»tCheS Rnd Jewelr *
LEADING JEWELER OF SAORAMENTO, AGENT FOR PATEK PHII TPPP Ar nnra
WATCHES-beEt in the world. SIGN 6f THE TOWN CLOCK.' 315 J JtREET 2H
rara.ato. ~_._j», uw
simm mm co_ffM4^Xw_^ p«_^
MAIN OFFICE-Second atreet. L and M. YARD-Front and R streets. Sacramento.
ONE DOZEN CABINETS, $4
Successful with Children. FIFTH AND J STREETS. SACRAMENTO.
Baker & Hamilton,
—IMPORT-BBS AND JOBBBRS, OF—
HARDWARE, IRON», STEEL.
Agricultural Implements and Machines,
BARBED WIRE, CORDAGE, BELTING.
Sacramonto...-__.,. ..___«, _. .....--.California
oo you use: a.
w-__^f^.r^ole asronts for the best line made of
TYPEWRITER RIBBONS for all machines.
Tpyewnter .Supplies of all kinds.
Wholesale and Retail Stationers,
208-210 J Street. - Saoramento. Cal
— ■ ■ -=-3
—FOR— $T *^*>
FOLDING BEDS 8188
Carpets and Furniture.
THE PEST ASSORTED STOCK OF FCRN
iture and Carpets La Sacramento. New
styles and designs received dally. Price* as
low as any houso in the State. Wouid be
pleased to have you examine stock and prices.
L. A. JACOX & CO.,
9SO-P2M X Stroot, Sacramento, CaU
H. FISHER & CO.,
t®* Estimates furnished for displays. Send
for Catalagat. ___ lot . tt
NATHAN OE YOUNG,
MM X and B*B .1 sts.. Sacramonto.
Agents for California Fire Works.
Send for Catalogue and Price L'st. Specialty
In Exhibition Pieces. myjo-tf
Flags, Toy Torpedoes, etc.,
for 4th of July trade.
Special attention to Public
TIIE CALIFORMA FIREWORKS CO.,
2VII Front st., s»n Francisco.m_!6-lm
KILGORE & GO~
BUGGIES and CARTS.
Tho latest styles and the best mada
vehicles In. the world.
Pacific Gas Engine,
The leading and only successful
Gas Engine in the market.
1000, 1002,100., 1006 I Stmt,
London and Berlin Medical Dispensary.
mm, m mm offices,
612 X Street, Sacramento, Cal.,
FOU THE PROMPT OUBB c>E ALL
Chronic and Private Diseases, Dis
eases of Manhood, Discuses ot Women,
etc. sexual und Seminal Weakneaa.
Nervous Debility, Diseases ofthe Stom
aeli. Liver nnd Kidneys nud all Weak
ening Dlaeaseß. Local' anil Clironic Al
fectlons POSITIVELY t IT RED.
Consultation aud Exaniinatiou Free (o Patients.
Country patients treated with unfall
in__. success. It unuble to call, write ior
, RICHARDS it KNOX
Northwest Cor. Seoond and M Sts.
j Branch Yard. Front nnd 0.. io4-tf
FRIEND a TERRY
MAIN YARD AND OFFICE, 1310 SEO
ond st rcct. Branch Yard, corner Twelfth
and .1 streets.
wit soi ami
[ *nHE SUMMER RESORT OF THE SIERRA
I Nevadas, for health and pleasure seekers.
Staee leaves the Summit. C. P. li. It., lor the
Bprtnga every morning at 8 o'clock.
mv_.7-3m* GOULDEN & JACOBS. I'rops.
Columbia, IOc; 3 for 25c.
Winslow, 1,000 sheets, ISc;
2 for 23e.
W. F. PURNELL 6oq J Street.
NEW YORK DELICACIES STORE.
SELECT STOCK OF IMPORTED AND
Domestic Cheese, l.ologne Sausage, Sar
dines, Frencb Mushrooms, Pens. Russian Cav
iar, pickled Eels and other canned goods. Also,
Pickles. Sauerkraut, Pickled Herring. Tongue,
Pigs' Feet, Ham, Fggs. Batter, Milk, llut
termilk, Nuremberg Black Bread, etc. Country
orders promptly attended to. 723 J street. 3p
D. JOMIMSTOIM & CO.,
(Successors to A. J. Johnston 4 Co.),
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS,
410 J Street, Sacrameuto. qp_y24
IT BAYING COMETH OUR KNOWLEDGE
that certain agents of other tirms engaged
in the manufacture of sarsaparilla and iron,
and particularly one .1. F. -McCraken. repre
senting Schmidt _t Co. of Stockton, havo been
circulating statements to the effect that wa ao
longer have the risjht to manufacture that
article, we take this opportunity of notifying
the trade and the public that we imve the
samo rights now as heretotore, and tliat wo
propose to exercise them. We are still en
gaged in the business. Still manufacture and
sell a superior preparation of "SARSAPA
RILLA, IRON and VICHY WATER," and
will continue to do so, all reports to the con
trary notwithstanding. Any statements of
Mi. McCraken, or any one else, that any ono
firm has the exclusive privilege ot selling sar
saparilla and iron arc wholly unfounded.
C. SCHNERR __ ga
M AVING SECURED THB SERVICES OF
J. E. RICHARDSON, formerly With
—_jky of San Pmnclaeo, we are prepared to
furnisli onr (riends and the public with all
latest varieties of candies. CARAMELS A
Opera House Candy and Ice Cream Parlors,
818 X stroot.
myiJOttip X, P. PEDLAR. Propriator.