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Sacramento Grammar School Exer
cises This Morning,
Those of the Hlsrli School to Be at the
Metropolitan Theater- To-Night
This evening at the Metropolitan The
ater the graduating exercises of the High
School will be held. The teachers and
pupils have mado excellent preparations
therefor, including an unusually interest
ing programme. Admission will be
limited to those holding tickets.
In the list of High School promotions
published yesterday the name "Honor
Crawley" should have read "Honor
SAORAMENTO ORAMMAU SCHOOL.
The closing exercises of tho third and
fourth grades of the Sacramento Gram
mar School, Miss Mary J. Watson,
Principal, wero held yesterday, and were
enjoyed by a large attendance of parents
and friends of the pupils. They were as
Third Grade—Miss Hinkson, Miss
Hughes and Miss Brown, teachers. Song
by the class, "Welcome to Morning";
recitation, "A Greater," May Green;
vocal solo, "Scanlan's Swing Song," Eva
Dennison; recitation, "A Modest Wit,"
Annie Lee; song by the class, "Inde
-s>cndence Day"; recitation, "Bernardo
>el Carpio," Flora Smith; song by tlie
class, "Banner of the Sea"; recitation,
"Nora's Errand," Lizzie Sachs; song by
tho class, "Mount Vernon Pells."
Fourth Grades, Misses Emma Klein
sorge, Jennie Snook. Addie L. Hughes.
Opba Butler and Lizzie G. O'Brien,
teachers—Welcome, chorus; declamation,
Linnie Wise; "The Curbstone Scene,"
Agnes Greenwood; "My Curious 1 ►ream,"
Jennie Birdsail; "Tho Banner of the
Sou," chorus; oration, "Our Bam
Edgar Stack; declamations, Mabel Carl
liiidiael and Nannie Wahlander; vocal
selection, six pupils of Miss Hugh
class; "Bide of .Jennie McNeil," Susie
Walters; "independence Day," chorus;
declamation, Lulu Wassaman and B<
Rudolph; vocal solo, Daisy Lockart: dia
logue, Emma Meiss and Winnie Wise;
declamations, Lulu Wassaman and J.
Watkins; declamation, "Guilty or Not
Guilty," Alice Keller; dialogue, Bessie
Rudolph, Laura Storror, Carrie Bohmen;
Liliie Clegg; declamation, Eva Kiigore,
"Tho New Year," chorus.
TIIK OKAI>U ATINU EXBBCISES.
At 9 o'clock this morning the graduat
ing exercises of the first grade pupils will
bo held at the Sacramento Grammar
School, when iho following interesting
programme will be rendered :
Prayer, Rev. C. 11. Beechgood; song,
"American Hymn," graduating class;
composition, "Our Work," Elizabeth J.
Bacchi; piano duet, " TJgo di Pa:
AimuC 'bison and Angie Bra
ination, "Der Dents.-hers Maxim."' John
J. Bauer; chorus, "The Legend of tho
chimes," Abbie Fountain, Lottie F.
Jones, Etta P. Watterman, Eva L.
Brown, Lulu M. Chambers, Gertie V.
Arnold,! Josephine Franks, Roberta J.
Montgomery, Rachel C. Chappel, Liliie
M. Swanwell, Sophie G. Litzberg,
Amanda K. Ileus eh; declamation, "The
Meaning of Our Flag," Clarence /. Mor
ton; song, "Tinker's Son::," George E,
Trelchler, Ralph I . Dorsey, Herman W.
Grau, Frank F. Scott. Jerome C. Carrol!,
John J. Bauer; original poem, "Still
Completion Seems Afar," L. Gertrude
Waterhouse; declamation, "Who Are the
Laboring Men?*" Arthur C. Coppin,
Lionel Mooser, Frank F. Scott, Jerome
C.Carroll: musical dialogue, "The Pro
fessor at Home, '"—The Professor, Thomas
G. Springer; the Assessor, Jerome C.
Carroll; tlie Prima Donna, Gussie E.
Stevenson; the Maid, Georgia A. Zim
merman. Xi citation, "Tlie Whistling
Regiment," Hattie Nbrsworthy; dia
iogoe, "Columbia's Invitation to tin-
World's Fair," introducing "The Invita
tion," "The Marseillaise." * . r,,d Save the
Queen,"" "Mexican National Hymn,"
"Russian National Hymn," "Chinese
Song,'* "Austrian National Hymn,"
"The Watch on the Rhine," and "Hail
Columbia,*" —Columbia. G_aoe E. Pitt
man; Color Bearer, Harry 11. Julian;
Army, Arthur F. Coppin; Navy, Lionel
.ser; France. Daisy 1. Funis: Great
Britain: Hattie Drown; Ireland, Thomas
G. Springer: Mexico. Abbie Fountain;
Russia. Liliie M. Hatch: China, Frank
F.Scott; Austria. Olga [ring: Germany,
Lora Turner. Addre-sto graduates; pre
sentation of diplomas; graduates' parting
The graduates are: Gertrude V. Ar-
Dold, May L. Bedee, Lizzie Burns, F.
ingle Brace, Hattie Brown. Eva L.
Brown, LauraC. Burn .s, Mamie Clark,
Ralph B. Dorsey, Bruce L. Dray, Daisy I.
Ennis, Josephine Franks, Abbie Fount
ain, Herman W. Gran, Harry H. Julian,
Lottie E. Jones. Sophie G. Litzberg,
Lewis B. Littlelieid, Edward A. May,
Clarence /.. Morten, Lionel Mooser, Clara
G. Bobinson. Frank F. Scott, Liliie M.
Swanwell, Gussie E. v q, Thomas
1 ". Springer, Fred. Schultz, Lora Turner,
John J. Bauer, Elizabeth J. Bacchi,
Rachel C. Chapel, Lula M. Chambers,
.erome C. Carroll, Thomas H. Cook,
Arthur E. Coppin, Amanda K. Heusch,
Liliie M. Hatch, Annie C. Ileisen, Eva R.
Hall, Cora B. Hamer. Fred. L. Ham
mond, o.^'n Iring, Lida A. McMullen.
Roberta .1. Montgomery, Gertrude S.
Nixon, Hattie Nbrsworthy, Frances B.
Nourse, Grace E. Pittman, Edwin a.
Pearson. George F. Treichler, Laura M.
Wab!, Alice B. Willis, L. Gertrude
Waterhouse, Etta B. Waterman, Georgia
Miss MIMI-nilli's SCHOOL.
ns exercises of tlie Twenty
fourth and N street School took place
-torday. when the following exercises
invocation, Rev. A. T. Needham; song.
"Our Greeting," school; recitation. "The
Last Day," Kitty ..artels; recitation,
"The Child and the Book," Mamie
Rainey; recitation, "A Long Joiiri
rge Howson; recitation, "Nobody
Knows But Mother," Grace Parker: mo
tion song, "Little Waiters," Zoa Leavitt,
I ignell, Eva Woodman and May
Duncan; recitation, "Smack in School,"
Miller: recitation, "A Good Ex
ample," Cecelia Van Zee: song, "Chants
i.c ;:.."' school; dialogue, "Two
Kinds of Fun," Thomas iluinside and
arus Bloomberg, recitation, "He
tnber the Poor,*' Mary lless..r: -
*'On tbe Lake We Float," a select a
rue, "Grown Up Land,' John Par-
I, Hazel Barret; and Zenn l.rand; oal
nics by I class; ri citation.
"Knowledge the Key to Sue.-ess." Walter
. .;■ , "Boys' Bights," .John
EgerS-bd, Philip Brand. Harry Holland
tnd .lames Calvert; recitation, "Old
Friends Are Best," Cecilia Hook: recita
tion, "The Hero," Cora White; dialogue,
"f-shionable Follies," Gartte Matthias
and Lisetta Bechtold; declamation. "Our
Fiag," William Woodman: Bong, "Guard
school; recitation, "Washing
ton's Tomb," Emma Paaton; motion
"The Leaves," high eighth grade;
dialogue, "Aunt Kitty's Shopping," Car
. Pauline Carrington, Lizzie Osch
r and Lena Labercr; motion song,
"Happy Children;" i_iris from seventh
rade; recitation. "Enrobing of Liberty,"
Carrie Jones; recitation, "Good-By,"
btarles Bagn 11: . warding diplomas by
Su] uit Hart: parung song, liftb
de: awarding cerUflcatea by teachers
of the different grades; son-. "These Are
Friends We Never Forget/5 school.
DHOSA-OBD no. 2.
Tho dosing -. of Ungraded
School No. 2, Miss Sarah M. .1
•her, were held yesterday in the
aohool building, on o street, between
Ninth and Tenth. There was a large at
tsndanee of those interested in edaca
tional progreas, and the audience crit
iculiy examined the excellent work ol
i 1,,. pupils exhibited on the blackboards
surrounding the room. The walls wore
tastefully hung with (lags and bunting.
following programme was splendidly
rendered, under Mi-:s Jones'able direc
tion, after prayer by the Bey. D. R,Jones:
boUif* hy. the school, "Hail, Joyous
Morn," and the "Evening Hymn:*" reci
tations—"Boys' Comforts," Herbert J. '
Noble; "Father and Mother," N. Wash- ]
ington; "Charity," James Buford; "Ex- ,
amination," Bcflo Knowles; "A Ques
tion," Ben Tark; "A Boy's Complaint,"
Walter Dunlap; "Something to Do,"
Grade Boss; "Mary's Flowers," N.
Washington: "Tho Gunner and the
Bird," E. Washington; "The Bird That
Sings," Annie Stratford; "Only Sixteen,"
May Russell; "Donation Party," Lutie
Fletcher; "Grandma,*" Willie Ferguson.
Dialogue, "The Widow Brown's Will,"
by tlio class; song and chorus, "The
Heavens Weep," solo, Katie Payne;
concert recitative, "The Little Builders,"
by the class; song, "Mother, Dear," Li-lie
Carter; song, "Morning," by the school;
song, "(Jeiitly, Yo Billows," by the
schoo;l song and break-down, "Good-by,
Sorry to Leave You," Patsey Dusen
berry; valedictory, Annie Price; song,
"Vacation," by the school.
CAPITAL . IHA M.MAI. SCHOOL.
The exercises at the Capital Grammar
School, Tenth and P streets, .Joseph W.
Johnson Principal, will take place at
10:."J0 o'clock this morning.
Pupils Who Have Won Advancement
for tho Next Term.
Following are the names of pupils in
the several grades of the Sacramento
Grammar School who have received pro
Second Grade, Jeunio V. Burke,
teacher —Edna Smith, Mabel McFadden,
Pearl Jackson, Abbie Bohmen, Lulu
Knight, Waldo .Julian, Loland Tracy,
Belle McMurray, Belle Chapman, Stella
Stewart, Mary Van /.ante, Nellie Arnold,
Charles Boehme, Bessie Pearson, Myrtle
Hodson, Maude Hodson, Martin Mons.li,
_£dna Picks, Bessie Quarles, Herbert
Gray, Willie Griffith, Sadie Winn, Alice
Lewis, Liliie Denton, Lottie Megorle
Halsey Smith, Laurinda Borchers, Clara
Second Grade, M. Carrington, teacher
—Emily Trefzer, Christ Wahl, Bertha
Gran, Com Wilier, Birdie Deliong, Ar
thur Edler, Florence Smith, Annie
Schaw, May Hennessey, Annia Grabseh,
Liliie Klewe, Willie Sexton, Edna Green
law, Daisy Peek, Maud Merkley, Carrie
Kleinsorge, Robert Merkley, Boring
Hart, Lome Irwin, Willie Tryon, Mamie
Courtney, Tully DeLong, Emma John
son, Walter Tozer, Cora Hastings, Wil
bur Watkins, Jennie Lavine.
Second Grade, Minnie Sweeney, teacher
—Willie James, Josie Russell, Charles
McConnelL < teorge < .ifibrd, Mabel Dams,
Gertie Smith, Minnie Mayers, Simon
Lubin, Mabel Robinson, Ella Welch,
Sadie Bedee, Charles Dutton, Edmund
i Rothwell, Edna Dreinan, Fred Blanch
ard, Mabel Rickard, Libbie Hogeboom,
Sadie McKearney, Eva Hubbard, George
Mott, Milton Wallace, Edna Harrison,
Maud Landes. John Warmby, Ernest
Bir [sail, Era May, Ernest Woods, Lester
Third Grade, Lillian A Piper, teacher—
Alia Knight. Mary Wait, Delia Harris.
Annie Alsbach, Ellen Brown, Willie
j Potter, Annie Bennett, Clara Simmons,
Ida Hopfe, Samilda Kinney, 'ieorge Dre
| man, Lena Pi arson, Gertie Shiells,
Henry Theiss, Henry Oilman, Dora'
--, Bertie Marks, Loyal Moore, j
j Amelia Geiger, Roger Keene, Flare
Grosse, Roy Dickens, A:m_i>m Cl.iy.
Third Grade, Emma A. Hughes,
teacher—Frances Redding, Lizzie Sachs,
n m Heilbron, Dora Prescott, Ella < !on
sidine, Katie Sutlitf, Adolph Biber, Edith
Tufts. Willie Sampson. Walter Samp
son, Florence Williams, Jessie Judd.
Lulu Newman, Clifton Faris, Bruce
Phillip, Archie Gray, Emma Meister,
Minnie Meiss, Laura Nobel, Arvilla
Mains, John l-'arreii, Willie Beits, Maud
Bruner, Alice Vogcl, Minnie Ebner,
Charles Mosely, Sidney Turner, Agnes
Prescott, Louise Yoerk, Ida Ankeuer,
Tliird Grade, Mollio L. Brown, teacher
—Bernard Garrison, Jusiin Cedley, Jane
I Shearer, Irene Segur, Rex Flanders, Jen
; Die Bauer, Frank Michel, K\a Dennison,
Mabel Moore, Winnie McMullen, John
tt, Nina Mack, Charley Stiekney,
Charley Green, Florence Payne, Nellie
1 Kellogg, Fiorn Smith, Henry Mohr, John
McXairn, Walter Halley, Lottie Rook,
! Harry Litzberg, Frank Howe, Ward
Hall. Frank Stanton, Alex. Smith, Geo.
Ochsner, John Batto.
Third Grade, Lu.y J. Hinkson, teacher
—Robert Waring, Mabel Bowsher, Henry
Green, Blanche Rippon, Grace Uren,
Carrilee Wilsey, May Green, Belle La
Motto, Albert Kuechlcr, Pearl Rippon,
Edith smith. Rosie Schurr, Maggie
Green, Ralph Van Yoorhies, Willie Clegg,
May o'Xeii, Henry Schoenberger, Mabel
Conman, Florence Jacobs, Mary Butler,
Weston Bates, David Green, Victor Noble,
Walter Uren, Albert Harney, Annie Lee,
Nellie Kafetto, Elsie Martin, Charles
Fourth Grade, Addie L. Hughes,
teacher — Rowena Stevenson, Minnie
j Stevenson, Willie Hughes, Lucius Dam;
-; gerfn' _d, Leslie Russell, Mary Shearer,
Harry Brainard," Gustavus Winn. Mabel
I Carmiehael, Gertie Boss, Alice Jones,
Byron Hulburd, KitiieWithington, Willie
. Weight, Susie Walters. Liz/.ie Ilaub,
Pearl Jost, Frank Just, W"""illie U'Neil,
BLattie Bennett, Willie Stone, George
S. \lon, John Thieleu. Ralph Hanford,
Mamie Picks, Clarence Kent, Joe Han
ford, Eddie Medlay, Robert Logan, Lulu
Fourth Grade, Orpba Butlor, teacher—
Lida Phelps, Angela Reraage, Joseph
Bonnheim, Eva Musselman, Jessie Wil
son. Jennie Birdsail, signi Wallquist,
■ Susie Worl. Alice Flynn. Charles Pis
worth, Alma Brace, Willie Dorsey, Mon
tis Newbert, I rank l.illiugsley. Meta
Turner, Lottie Shaw, Belle Sullivan,
; Frank Jordan, 1.ester Harney, Hattie
Todhunter, Mamie DePuy, Jetara Wat-
J kins. Clan Arnold. Earl Hatteilo, Henry
Burns, Alice Keller, Ruth Lubin, Laura
Lubin. Reaka Pranson.
Fourth Grade, Lizzie G. O'Brien, teach
er— Eva Kilgore, Fred Coleman. Alice
Dray, Bertie Daul, Mary Montgomery,
Arlie Aiken, Beatrice Mooser, Edgar
.'k, Gladys Willey. Georgia Carroll,
Harry Glover, Carrie Dixon, Alice Mont
ford, Georgia Norseworthy, May Jordan,
Addie Yoemans, Ida Smith, Eliza Sause,
Grace Robinson, Ben Dreman, Mattio
MoAlpine, Kdward Bobinson, Daisy
Lockart, Liliie Barrett. Lizzie Taylor,
Annie Pol.an. Mabel Barnes, Walter
Fourth Grade. Jennie E. Snook, teacher
I —Katie Willis, Nannie Wahlander, Lin-
Qic Wise, I ma Ford, Emma Meiss, Fred
Griffith, Daisy Womble, Hulda Schepp,
Ruby Brown, Hood Alston, Annie Herr,
Minnie Conrad, Theresa Gebring. Sadie
Wagoner, George Theiss, Ida Putney,
Fn d Weul.•. Henry Elimann.lLulie Grau,
Bertha Hastenprag, Florence Schepp,
EmelieSohmid, Lulu Lothhammer, Etta
nman, Everette Williams, Fred Hart,
(ieorge Fritz. Otto Harmson. Jacob Beit-
Bel, Henry Newman, Fred Martin, Lulu
Fourth Grade, Emma s. Kleinsorge,
I teacher—Liliie Fle:rg, Laura Storror,
j Alice Baker, Mary Cravens, Fred Brun
ner, Maud Coppin, Carrie Bohmen, Ray
mond Waring, Mamie Keiper, Cytio
I Mason, George Chapman, Mabel Lovdal,
! Mabel Trinlett, Bessie Rudolph, Agnes
Greenwood, Minnie Hoehn. Mabel
Courtney Bessie sutlitv, Allie Bobinson,
Mamie Kimball. Walter Bragg. Fred
Carry, Ruffes Harmon, Mattie White,
Anson York, Albert Ing, Quiller Colo
man, Carrie Thei<s, Ruby Cooper.
twkntv- .:vi:ntii and j-stukkt sen oot,.
Sixth < irade, Laura J. Phillips, teacher
iluelsman. Mollio Hendren. Harry
Hendren, Victor Kohler. Lottie La
te, Josie La Motto. Hattie Sommcrs,
Walter Sommera, Julia Shinkle. Leon
Richards, Lizzie I>utton, Ava Pierson,
Belle Caswell, George Gleuslng, Elmer
Seventh Grade, Laura J. Phillips,
. !ier—Tommy Churchman, Lena Dud
ley, Carroll Dudley, Gtie Earl, Willio
1 irrell. Koy Hatch, LiliieTrainor, Harry
Wardlaw, Robert Blair, Ada Renfro, Cora
Hoffman, C'elia Nichols, Harry Rains
ford. Ethel Baker, Celia Weadick, Min
nie Murray, Eva Whittier, Dudley Col
dough, Bdaie Lanhard, Harry Kefr.
Fifth Grade, Laura J. Phillips, teacher
—Rudolph Kohler, Mattie Johnson, Lena
Sbuelsmsn, Albert shuelsman, W rillio
Steen, Clay Richards, Ada Shinkle, Elsie
P rrilL Irii Hatch, Flora Frazier, Annie
i Setts, Ernest Cerdes, John Steen.
High Eighth < trade, Laura Kirn, teacher
—Grace Barrett, Nettie Baker, Elsie
Churchman, Pari took, Henry Duen
i ] sing, Richard Falltrick, Willie Frazier,
SACBAMEXTO DAILY TTnTn^DAT, JTTCT 3D, iMIT^StS. PAftES.
Harry Johnson, Bertha Kohler, Albert
Miller, Alvin MeGillivary, Daisy McGil
livary, Frank I .esseguie, Bonnie Shinkle,
James Shinkle, Hattie Wardlo, WilMe
Wardlaw, Blanche Pearson, Lewis Pat
ton, Frank Wlndrick, Bertha Shinmin,
Pearly Pool, Fred Steen.
Low Eighth Grade, Laura Kirn, teacher
—Charles Blair, Bessie Dudley, James
Farrell. Elwiu Grigsby, Estella Hull,
Edna Hofiman, Robbie Kerr, Julia Kirn,
Alex. Nixon, Lizzie Obar. Laura Belts,
Eddie Shimmin, Winnie Trainor, Maggie
Todd, Ralph Colelough, Ira Patlon, Eva
Weston, Burnell Wiseman, August
Ills Adoption by Mrs. Hopkins n Mat
ter of Record*
[Kan Francieo Evening Post, July 29th.j
Timothy Nolan Hopkins, the adopted
son of the late Mrs. Searlos-Hopkins, was
adopted by that lady in this city on July
9, 187.1, before Selden s. Wright, Judge of
the old County Court.
In the petition which is now on file in
the County Clerk's office Mrs. Hopkins
stated that she was unmarried and the
widow of Mark Hopkins; that she was
50 years old and upwards, and that she
had no children of her own, and that she
was desirous of adopting as hor son
Timothy Nolan, who had for many years
been known as Tim Hopkins.
She states that to the best of her infor
mation and belief Timothy Noian was
born at Hallowell, Maine, March _", 1850,
and was legitimate son of Patrick Nolan
of the county of Yolo and Catherine
Nolan, his lawful wife. Nolan died in
1861, and the widow married Henry F.
Marston,and now resides in Yolo County.
The petition goes on further to state
that the boy was under 21 and over 12
;. .rs of age, aud was more than 15 years
younger than herself; that she wispos
sessed of considerable estates, real and
personal, and was able and villing to
educate, maintain and provide for the
boy; that the boy came to reside with her
in 1862 with tiie consent of his moth r.
Then comes tho following language:
"Your petitioner is now desirous of for
mally and legally adopting said Timothy
as bar son in all respects in the mode
prescribed by law so tbat the legal rela
tion of parent and child, toarethor with all
the rights, privileges and incidents per*
taining to said relation may and a
hereafter exist between your petitioner
'. and the said Timothy, and yourpetitioner
1 further states tbat the isito.v-i - o:
said Timothy will be greatly promoted
I by such adoption by your ■ etitioner."
Then follow the usual legal formalities
I that occur in all similar cases.
THE OLDEST PRINTER.
Death of a Typo Who Formerly
Preached in Sacramento.
A telegram from Pomona states that
William Chapman, who died at El Monte
on Monday evening, was probably the
oldest printer on the Pacific ('oast. He
was born In New York in IM>!. aud
worked in Harper .. Brothers publishing
house as a printer from 1823 to 1834. He
removed to Chicago, and was at one time
! one of the only ''our printers in wbal Is
j now lh." great city. His wife -was drowned
in the Chicago River while she was fish
ing on the banks of that stream one even
ing in 1835.
Chapman moved toSt. Paul. Minn., and
started the second newspaper known
there. He came to California in i\">4, and
was a Methodist preacher in Sacramento
and San Francisco for seven years, when
he was so broken dov.r. by the murder of
a mine;- for money by his son tbat be re
j tired to San Jose. The son subsequently
: escaped from custody and was killed by
outlaws in Oregon a year later.
For several years Mr. Chapman lias
been employed in religious newspaper
work on this coast, and has written s. 1 -
eral works on the gospel. Two years ago
he became blind, but retained his .
faculties until tbe last. When he was 63
years old he cell brat d the event by set
ting a stickful of type for his home paper.
He leaves an estate valued at f__o,<
many children and grandchildren, most
of whom reside in Tehama. Placer and
.Nevada Counties. He left no will and
declined to make one. preferring to let
his property be divided according to law.
Real Estato Transfers.
The following real estate transfers have
been recorded since our last report:
Mrs. M. Slayback to S. Conn— Lots 1
and 2, block 54, Foisom; consideration,
\V. c. Bates to F. C. Hates—East half of
lot 2, U and V, Twenty-sixth and
Twenty-seventh streets; consideration.
8. and D. Lipman to 8. Wasserman-—
South half of west half and south fifty
feet of north half of lot 8, I and J. Fifth
and Sixth streets; consideration, grant.
Elizabeth Cooper to A. and M. J. Day-
Part of Fisherman's Lake and tracts in
township 9 north, range 4 east, and
Swamp Land Surveys 177 and i:»i4; con
Central Street Railway Company to lv.
Bunoc—Lot 2, block 21, Oak I'ark; con
S. Prentiss Smith to Mrs. K. bunco—'
Lot 1. above block; consideration, $10.
C. H. Todd fo A. Abbott—Undivided
one-half interest in blocks A aud 11,
Twenty-fifth and Twenty-ninth Streets.
except blocks H and C, Twenty-fifth and
Twenty-sixth; F and <_.. Twenty-eighth
and Twenty-ninth; <i and H, Twenty*
sixth and Twenty-seventh, and Band C;
Twenty-seventh and Twenty - eighth
streets; also 21.su acres in section .J2,
township 'i north, range 5 cyst. and sec
tion 2, township S nortii, range 5 east;
Mrs. S. !.'. Moore to Annie lliiiups—
Sixteen sen a on Riverside road; con
The "shadow social" given by the
Flower Circle of tho Christian Church,
Tuesday evening, was a very pleasing
affair. An inti resting literary and
musical programme was rendered, in
cluding a recitation by Miss Hattie
Williamson; piano solo by Miss May
Gatman; reading. Miss May Hem.ell;
vocal solo, Jessie Clark, and a recitation
by Mrs Dodson. The shadow tableaux,
which concluded the entertainment, wero
of a high order. Those worthy of special
mention were "The Three Graces,"
"Goddess Of Liberty" and "Bock of
Refreshments were served to the
guests at the conclusion of the entertain
Wants to Bo a Soldier.
Thore is a strong probability, says the
Qnm Valley Telegraph, thnt Arthur
Fisher will be appointed a cadet for West
Point by President Harrison. The young
gentleman haa received a letter from Sen
ator Stanford, say ins he would dv all 'no
possibly could in Mr. Flatter's behalf!
Arthur passed an excellent examination
at West Ii _nt somo weeks sine,-, and his
high standing gives him a good claim for
the honor. President Harrison has the
appointment at large of ten candidates.
I'olico Court Cases.
In the Police Court yesterday City At
torney Hart moved that in tho ease of
Adolph Horath, charged with the burg
lary of a room in the William Toll House,
the charge bo reduced to that of petit
larceny. It was so ordered, and the de
fendant pleaded guilty. Ho will be sen
Frank Partlow pleaded not guilty to a
charge of disturbing the peace, and was
ordered to appear to-day for trial.
The "Waenor Divorce Case.
The divorce caso of Wagner vs. Wag
ner was resumed _.eforo Superior Judge
Catliu yesterday. The testimony on both
sides was closed during the afternoon,
after which the attorneys made their
arguments. Judge Catliu took the mat
ter under advisement.
The record of cures accomplished by
Hood's Sarsaparilla can never be com
pletely written. Tho peculiar curative
powers of Hood's Sarsaparilla are rao
cessftll when everything else has failed.
If your blood is impure, your digestion
out of order, try Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Recent Additions to the Ranks of the
How the Players Got Even With the
Umpire on the Last Trip
When two long weeks shall have
passed by and the patrons of the national
game in Sacramento art» granted thopriv
- ilege of paying fifty cents and seeing a
baseball contest, thoso who will attend
tho games can havo an opportunity to
judge as to whether or not the Colonels of
Oakland constitute a stronger team than
they were when they last appoared in
this city. Fred Roberts, whom Sacra
mentans have not yet seen this year, will
play in left field and Reitz will hold
down Ins old position at second base.
-sbright, formerly of the Dokes, will also
play an infield position for the Oaklands,
and altogether the^makoup of the team
will be quite different from what it was a
month ago. Baltzfwho has been doing
excellent pitching for tho club, will un
doubtedly be seen in one or two of the
The Sacramontcs went to Stockton last
: Sunday morning on a freight train, and
when a circle of the players got into a
b,:.-car and commeficed playing craps,
th y got highly insulted when Mans
Ginsberg jocularly told them that as
: •"steers" they werj in their right place.
But the crap game took up the time of
the crowd. The San Francisco players,
I and also Umpire Sheridan, were on tbo
train, and every one was betting his
| "ckicken f. el."' Big Cartwrig-ht borrowed
ten cents to start on, and came 6ut<
: :?. winner. Sh< riuan won about the same
amount, but did not stop playing atthe
proper time, and dropped .••'* of what he
dad won. "Red" Armstrong was mi
i tensely Interested in the game, except for
lan intermission of about live minutes,
when lie p iked a drunk's hand through
a win lev,- in the ,-.. i
Ai Stockton both dribs were
a royal reception; but the heal was »wel
teringand everyone was in a half-way
stupor, fust about this time "Rube"
Levy, "Bony" Sharp and a couple of
came running up the middle of
the street with their coats off, y<
"Fire!" Thoy ran about four b
and when they stopped half the popula
tion was following at a lively rate.* Hut
there was no fire, except in the air.
The audience at tlie baseball game was
partial to the Sacrainentos, and a mighty
went op when McCloskey 1 ■
won Ibe game.
To-morrow the Sacramentos will leave
for San Francisco to play a serii s of four
games with Manager Harris' club and
one with the Oaklands.
Federated Trades** ___lectlon.
Tho following officers of the Council of
Federated Trades have been elected: John
Bantznian of the Mblders, President;
Otto Bell, Tin and Sheotiron Workers,
• -President; Henry Baughman, Har
nessmakers, Secretary; JToh^uJost, Car
:..ers. Treasurer; W. H. Becker, Brew
ers, Serjeant-at-Arms; Legislation Com
mittee, George Best, John Jost, T.J.
Garrison, Richard Caverly and John C.
Andrews; Committee on Organization,
W. R. Selkirk, T. Garrison", August
Gieger, Henry Baughman and Richard
Caverly; Committee on Arbitration, John
L. Pope, William Tibbits, Henry Baugh
man, W. H. Becker and Thomas Dunn;
Finance Committee, J. L. Pope, George
Best and E. li. Donahue!
l*)onth of Mrs. Sarah A. Titus.
Mrs. Sarah A. Titus, who died at (irass
Valley on Tuesday, was the mother of
Mrs. Bruee B. Lee of Red Bluff, Mrs.
Frank l'owoll of Foisom, and Mrs.
Hardy, wifo of Judge EL A. Hardy of
San Francisco. Mrs. Tifus was a woman
of sterling worth and her death will be
sincerely regretted by her many friends
all over tho State. Tho remains '..ere
I taken to San Francisco by her daughter,
i Mrs. Lee.
Saloon Cases Continued,
In tho Police Court yesterday the cases
lof Ed Walsh, D. J. Gonsidine, Emfl
Heinrichand Henry Kohne, charged with
1 violating the saloon ordinance, wore
! called and continued until to-day, with
the understanding that the ease oi" Hem
I rich would be taken np first.
SA_N FRANCISCO STOCK SALES.
San Francisco. July 29,1891.
Alpha 76c 11. dt N 2 4002 55
Andes l 00 Mexican __ 35
X.A B :i 10'Ophir- ;; 85
Bullion 2 95 Potosi 4 25@1 20
Balwer 35c Overman 2 15
Caledonia Go. 75c savage... 235■. . 50
C. U.& V.... -. B. AM .1 00
Chollar .2 00 s. Nevada.3 25(_,3 35
Coirs"wealth -sc[Untp__ _i 70
r. Point 1 25 btah 00e
Kxche-juer t.o •, 65« Y. Ja-:kct 15 0
(»&C i • I
Alpha 85c G. & C 1 55
Alta 65c li.A N 1 90
Antes .1 10' Justice 600
Belle Isle 65c Kentuck 3:"ic
Bodie 60065 c Mexican....2 40
Bullion 3 10(3-3 15 Occidental 7..1 10
Belcher 1 75 Overman 2 30
B. A i" 3 OOtPeertesi ioe
ac. dt V " . . Potoel -l 25;.. 1 20
Chollar 1 90@1 95S.Belcher.1 06 .1 10
C. Point 1 45^.1 50Savage l 8601 75
Caledonia ?0c S. Nevada 3 25
Challenger 40.. 1 35 Utah 90..85 C
Crocker 10c Union 2 05
Exchequer 65c Y. Jacket.l 9501 90
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have mado it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
LOUISVILLE. KY NEW YORK. N.Y.
(CHangc* £rttlij for tltc Ucb $cut«>c.
PRICES TO CLOSE.
Shepard's Lightning Ice Cream Freezers.
2-quart Freezers, reduced from $1 G5 to $1 60
3-quart Freezers, reduced from $2 43 to $1 03
6-quart Freezers, reduced from $3 93 to $3 OO
T -- llllllllllinil I_|MII--|M-___M-MW-IMl|l_|| l-11--|-_MI„-M_l-.1-'-M_--l--_- Ml ____MBIIII-M-MMMM^WUM-__L__-_i_-^IM-illllWMll_llirwil-j"^
-—We place on sale special lines of—
S^EJC O^ _Ei~S
All of first quality, purchased from the firm of Chas. Oppen
heim & Co., San Fraucisco, who have retired from business:
Ladies' $2 SO Fine Kid Button Shoes, opera and common
sense last, flexible soles, sizes 2 to 6, for $1 75
Ladies' Fine $3 OO Curacoa Kid Button Shoes, opera toe
and low heel, D, E and EE widths $2 OO
Ladies' French Kid $0 Button Shoes, French toe, long
vamp, low heel, hand turned, 2 to 7 $3 OO
Men's Fine Calf Hook and Lace $4 Shoes, square toe,
with tip, seamless vamp, 5 to9J $2 OO
Men's French Calf Seamless $4 SO Congress Gaiters, St.
Louis toe, tip and plain, kangaroo top, 3to iO_ $3 OO
Men's $2 30 Congress Gaiters, heavy soles, "standard
screwed $1 30
Infants' French Kid Button $1 23 Shoes, turned soles and
tassels, sizes 1 to 4_ 73c
Misses' French Dongola Kid $2 23 Button Shoes, spring
heels, long vamp, square toe, B, C and D widths, 11 to
2, for $1 50
TiiE S ...MING BATES WILL H BE OPEN!
We offer you a chance to get your Bathing Suits and Trunks
at prices less than the hire of one would cost:
Boys' Knit Fancy-stripe Elastic Bathing Trunks 13c
Youths' Knit Fancy-stripe Elastic Bathing Trunks
„ •; 20 and 23c
Men s Knit Fancy-stripe Elastic Bathing Trunks
a 25 and 30c
Men's Knit Fancy-stripe Silk-bound Bathing Suits, pearl
buttons 65 and 73c
You can buy Millinery Goods of us at this season of the
year at prices that will surprise you:
$8 and $10 Trimmed Hats for $4 and $4 50
S4 and $5 Trimmed Hats for $2 and $2 50
$1 Untrimmed Stylish Fancy Shapes Lace Braid Flats for
Sailor Hats, fancy braid, all colors, trimmed with satin
and grosgrain ribbon band and streamers 25c
C. H. GILMAN,
RED HOUSE, SACRAMENTO.
S__A_.-_r y ■ ; ;;
DO YOU .KNOW
THAT $6 per month will carry IO shares ($1,000) of stock in
the PACIFIC COAST SAVINGS SOCIETY and mature
in 6 to 7 years?
THAT you can cash stock in this Society on demand with 6
per cent, interest per annum ?
THAT matured installment stock in this Society will net an
average of 14 per cent, per annum?
THAT $000 cash will carry IO shares ($1,000) of prepaid
stock in this Society and mature in Oi to 6 years?
THAT you can cash prepaid stock in this Society on 30 days'
notice with 6 per cent, interest per annum?
THAT matured prepaid stock in this Society will net an
average of 18 per cent, per annum?
THAT you can make extra payments and check them out as
THAT any part of your extra payments remaining three
months with this Society will earn 5 per cent, per
annum? * ""
B*es_T All of tine above can be truly said and done, and
we are ever ready to meet you and prove what we say.
J. H. WALLACE,
Special Agent for the PACIFIC COAST SAVINGS SOCIETY.
GEO. H. STEPHENSON,
Local Agent and Collector." Office, 1007 Fourth Street. Open evenings.
Steal _s*&tate, tCtc.
On corner of alley Fourteenth street, between
1' and Q, streets.
House of Five Rooms.
Bath and Pantry.
Must be sold at once. Including
Carpets, Shades and Range.
STEPHENSON k HARTMAN,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
1007 Fourth St., Sacramento.
A FINE COTTAGE, NEARLY NEW, FIVE
large, airy rooms, two bay windows,
double parlors (grained In cherry), closets
bathroom, pantry, cupboard, hot and cold
water, high basement, which can bo finished
off for dininsr-room and kitchen. Tliis pro
perty is well located and will be sold at a sac
rihee if called for soon. Two-thirds of pur
chase price can remain on mortgage. Lot
301 J Street, Sacramento.
AGENCY UNION INSURANCE COMPANY.
___*»_ \_ m TOWx^Jliieß
-4t_W-N-(.l|j LV at* 0 rP- _f
mHAT ELEGANT AND ELIGIBLY LO
± c. .ted dwelling belonging to MR. MESICK,
containing twelve large rooms, bathrooms
closets, .mis, etc.
Lot 120x1 .0; has a tine lawn, choice shrub
bery, fountain, etc.
This property will bo sold for less tban the
dwelling could be built for, as Mrs. Me _ek is
eompelleu ior business reasons to leave the
TERMS OF SALI' MADE SATISFACTORY.
EDWIN K. ALSIP & CO.,
Roal Estate and Insurance Agents,
1013 Fourth St., Sacramento.
W. P. COLEMAN,
Real Estate Salesroom, 325 J St.
\ \ nS, Carpenter's j *%s**
W *Aj 1 ■
\ a \Keef. 80 a. 80 a. 80 a.
\ j* \ Benton Benton. Benton.
\\\ —L ! _—L
\* County Road.
\ \ s- ~
These SO-ncre tracts at "500 per acre;
GOOU LAND; $1,000 down, balance
In 5 years, ut S per cent, per annum
MONEY TO LOAN.
P. BOHL. E. A. CBO_JOH.
FIFTH STREET, BETWEEN J AND X,
Southeast corner Tenth and and N streets
north l-_o teet of lot 1.
Apply to LAWTON, BARNETT & CO.
THE WEEKLY UNION IS ONLY ?1 50
©TATE HOUSE HOTEL.
pORNER TE>ITH AND X STREETS, SAO
V; ramento. Best famllv hotel In the city
Most convenient and desirable location Oi«
block from Capitol, Street oarsp&si t.-odoor
Meals, 25 rente. Free "v. to and from _:•«
howl. R; _>D * JO 11 \ SOX, Pronators.
GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL,
Corner Seventh and X Streets.
STRICTLY PIRST-CLASa FKEE 'BUB
to and from the cars.
W. O. BOWERS. Proprietor.
Corner Seventh and X Streets, Sacramento.
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS. FREE' BUS TO
and from the can. B. B. BROWN, for
merly ol the State liousc Hotel,_Proprie!o.
1-.IIF LEADING BOUSE OF SACRA
mento, Cal. Meal .25 cents. "WM. LAND,
I'foprietor. Free 'bus to and from hotel.
MICHAEL DAWES, THE VE'hI.AN
cook and caterer, has opened • new res
taurant and ls prepared to give tlie heat meals
in the city.
;.oi k sT!!i:i:r.
715 Howard Street, near Third, San Francisca
A FIRST -(-LASS LODOINQ HOT-TL, 00 N
hiinin^ 200 room.. Wi_:er and gu ]m each
room; no better beds in ttie world; no guest
allowed to u<•• the linen once used by another
a lar .c readlnc-room; hot and cold water
baths free. Price of Rooms—Per night, 5o
s.r;d 75 cents; per -w.ek, from S:j upward.
Osan all night. R. HUGHES, Proprf. tor.
OirAt Market-street Ferry take Omnibus
Line of street car.-, (o r Thin] and I!o .-itrd.lTS
"pUSH STREET, BETWEEN MONTGOM
AJ cry and Sansome, San Francisco, con
ducted on both the European und Vmencan
' Plan. This Hotel is under the managem. at ot
■■ Charles Montgomery, and is the be . Family
j and Business Men's Hotel in San Francisco.
; Home comforts, cuisine unexcelled, flrtt-clu&s
service, highest standard or reapectabllitv
guaranteed. Board and room per o»v. $1 25
tof 2; fiingle room, 50 cents to per night.
Free coach to and from the Hotel. TTSa
THE SADDLE ROCK
Restaurant and Oyster House
FIRST-CLASS HOUSE IN EVERY RE
spect. Ladies' dlnlng-room separate. Open
day and night. BUCKMANN A CARRA
GHER, Proprietors. No. lol'J Second street,
between .1 and X, Sacramento.
PACI RIC HOTEL,
Corner X and Fifth SUtcts, Sacramento.
CIENTRALLY LOCATED AND CONVEN
. lent to all places of amusement. The bost
family hotel in the clly. The tabic always
supplied with the best the market affords.
Street cars irom the depot pass the door every
five minutes. Meals. 25 cents.
C. F. SISULETQN. Prrvprietor.
MRS. P. BRYDJGVO, Sole Proprietor.
VTEWLY FURNISHED AND RENOVATED
_Ll fine family hotel: a well-supplied table
airy rooms; terms moderate: accommodations
excellent. 112 and 114 .1 street. an4-3tr»
820 to 320 X Street.
WA. CASWELL. PROPRIETOR. BOARD
. and lodging by the day. week or month
at most reasonable rates. l.vl-tf
taaUroafc CTtmc _sable«
.OLTIIEIIN PACIFIC "COMPIP
JULY ij, 1891.
Trains Leave and are Due to Arrive at
LEAVE [ TRAINS RUN DAILY. iARRTVB
6:30 A! Calistoga and Napa '1J _5 a
•Oo i, .calistoga and Napa 1 8-10 1?
12:50 A .-.Ashlahd and Portland.. 4->o .
4:!K> 1' Pern in j,'. El Pasound Kusti 7'oO "_?
7:00 P Knights C/d'gAMVftTllle ri2s A
10:50 A Los Angelea I 0-35 \
Ogden and East—second 1
12:05 P, Class I 2:25 \
.Central Atlantic Express,
11:00 P' for Ogden aud East ; g;l5 A
S:00 P, Oroville V io; 10 A
3:00 P Red Bluif via Maryo^UleVlo : .i_. A
10:40 Ai...Redding via Wi110w5....? -LOOP
i_:so A San Hanci.scovlaßci.icla*" ll:4tf A
4:35 A San Francisco via Benicia' 1 2:?. o_v
6:30 A San Francisco via Benicia' 11:15 A
8:40 A Sau Francisco via Benicia; 1040 P
3:05 P San Francisco via Benicia' £.10 P
*10:00 A San Francisco via steamer' :-..:00 A
10:50 A San Fran, via Livermore' . 2:50 P
10:50 A .San Jose ' 2:50 P
4:30 P Santa Barbara i.:35 A
G:M> Ai Santa Rosa.... 'll:L5 \
8:05 P Santa Rosa . 8:10 P
8:50 A Btockton and Oalt 7:00 P
4:30 Ii Stockton aud Gait 9:35 A
li.:0. r > P Truckee and Reno 2:25 A
11:00 PI Truckee and Reno 8:15 A
t>:3o P.Colfax and way stations 2:30 P
6:30 A: Vallejo 11:15 A
3:05 P Valleio | tB:10 p
*8:20 A:..Foisom and Placerviile. *2:40 V
•12:15 P Foisom and Placerviile.. *10:__0 A
'4:45 P Foisom... »8:00 A
-.uriduy excepted. fSunday only. .Mem'
day excepted. A.—For morning. P.—For af
RICHARD OKAY, Gen. Traffio Manager.
-P. H. GOODMAN. (Jeneral Passeuger Asent.
Northwest Cor. Second nnd M Sta.
Branch Yard. Front and C_u x.-~t