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Hal Pointer Paces Three Remark
able Heats at Cleveland.
BRANDOLETTE BREAKS THE MILE
AND SEVENTY YARDS' TIME.
The Tonny-Lonfjstreet Race Postponed
Until Saturday, and tho Kingston-
Tulla Blackburn Race Until Mon
day—The Trotting Horse Temple
Bar and nis Owner and Driver Ex
pelled From tlie National Trotting
Ppocial to the Record-Union".
Clkvkland, July 213.—1n the 2:14-ola;.s
raco to-day Temple Bar was favorite, and
it soon became apparent that his driver,
Georgo S. Spear, was not trying to win.
After the third heat the drivers were
changed, and Temple Bar won in straight
heats. At tho conclusion tbe horse, his
driver and owner, Dr. M. Saal of Ken
tucky, were expel led from the National
Trotting Association. The perlormance
of Hal Pointer in the free-for-all pace
was remarkable. He not only broke the
track record tor pacers of 2:11 _, but made
the three fastest heats ever paced in a
race. Tlie track was last.
The 2:21 trot for *__,000, unfinished yes
terday, Lakewood Prince won, Now York
Central second, Trim third, Abbie V.
fourth. Best time, __:lb?.
The free-for-all pace, purse of ?2,000,
Hal Pointer won, Yolo Maid second,
Dallas third. Time, 2:10?—2:10*—2:10*.
The 2:27 trot, for $2,000, Happy Bee
won, N. T. H. second, Jerry L. third,
King Chester fourth. Rest time, 2:171.
New York, July 2!♦.— The Tciny
liongstreet match race, set for to-day ut
Morris Park, was postponed on account
of the condition of the track.
The Kingston-Tulla Blackburn race at
Brighton Beach will be run Monday, and
that ol Tenny and Longstreet on Satur
day, August Ist.
AT MORRIS TARK.
Morris Park. July 29.—The weather
was cloudy and the track heavy.
Sweepstakes, six furlongs, Sleipner j
■won, Chesapeake socond, llarytocte third. ;
Sweepstakes, five furlongs, Waloott
won. Correction second, Kirkover third.
Time. 1:( _..
Sweepstakes, one mile, Riot won, Celia
second, Marguerite third. Time, 1:1 ..
Sweepstakes, six furlongs, Roquefort
won, Salisbury second, i'unster third.
Handicap sweepstakes, six furlongs,
Cadence won, Candelabra second, Alcaide
third. Time, i:u.
AT BSIOHTOH BEACH.
Bpkiti Ton Beach, July 9. — The
weather was cloudy and the track cuopm . ,
First race. six. and a half furlongs. .». Q. j
EL won. Beck second, Insight third.
Five furlongs, Peruvian won. King
dom second, Kefrain third. Time, 1:'-; .
Seven furlongs, Dalsyri&n won. Houri
second, Hon.-. in third. Time, 1:32}.
Six and one-half furlongs, Umiua won,
Blossom second, Monteiw third. Time.
Six and one-half furlongs. Lithbert
won, "Willie second, Mucilage third.
Five furlongs, Wave won, Caber sec
ond. Davis third. Time, l:0->.
Four furlongs, St. Pancras won, Sandy
end. Prohibition third. Time, 0: !*•'_.
( vie mile, Seymour won, Romance sec
ond, Puzzle third. Time, i: 17..
SABATOGA, July 29.—The races were
OOntinned to-day. There was a heavy
shower tliis morning, which laid the dust
but diil not stiffen the track, which is in
good form. The attendance was good.
The lirst race, for a purse of $400, for
two-year-olds, six furlongs, Gnlinda won,
Charade second. Foreigner third. Time,
Mile and a sixteenth, Carroll won, Bal
lvho second, King Crab third. Time,
Six furlongs, Mabel Glenn won, Oro
noeo second. Little Mineh third. Time,
Five furlongs, Tom Tough won, Mount
McGregor second, Beverwiek third.:
One mile, Gettysburg won G olden j
Reel Second, Saunders third. Time, 1:44^.
AT (.ARKiKLI) PARK.
Gari" n.i.n Park. July 28. — The
weather was dear, and the track fast.
BrandoleUe. v. tth Jockey Goodale in the
saddle, broke the record tor a mile and
seventy yards, covering tho distance in
1:45 fiat. *
Thhteen-sixteenths of a mile, NcvaC.
won, Barry Weaver second, Annie Clark
third. Time. l:2\\.
I >ni mile. Rosemont won. Sir Olee sec
ond. Duster third. Time, 1 :•__'.
Mile and seventy >ane. wa« won by
Brsndolette, Earnest Pace second, Martin
Kussell third. Time, 1 :C>.
Five furlongs, Addie won, Mmnie C.
second, I nadilla third. Time, 1:01.
Four furlongs, Out-of-Sight won.
Qneen Droves second, Maggie Klino
Thirteeii-sixleenths of a mile, Armiel
won, Spalding second, Coldwell third.
Ckxcaoo, July ".ii).—Tho Hawthorne
track \\ as good.
One mile, Mirabeau won, Bankrupt
second. Sei ter Skelter third. Time, U*_s.
Seven furlongs. Nero won, Morinosa
second. Teuton third. Time, I:-' ..
Mile and a quarter. Governor Adams
won, Brookwooci second, Atticus third.
Six furlongs. Little Rock WOP, Bob Mc-
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Cort second, Renounce third. Time,
Mile and an eighth, Carus won, liy Dy
second, Reveal third. Time, 1:58.
AT ST. PAUL.
St. Paui.. July 29.—One mile, Catalpa
won, Harry Ray second, Louise fif. third.
Mile and fifty yards, Polemus won,
Patientry second, Roj-al Garter third.
Five furlongs, Minnio L. won, Lena
Frey second, Newton third. Time, 1:02!.
Six furlongs, Sympathetic^ Last won,
Billy Pinkerton second, Glockuer third.
Prices Obtained at Yesterday's Sales
in the East.
Chicago, July 29.—Tho Porter Brothers
Company sold to-day at auction for ac
count of California Fruit Union four cars
of California fruit. Bartlett pears sold for
$1 85@1 80; Crawford peaches, 55e@f-L 20
--strawberry peaches, 55(0i70e; grapes, 55@
7<>c; nectarines, fl 50; Bradshaw plums,
91 30; purple Duane plums, §1 05@1 20;
Washington plums, ?1; some bruised, 40
(v 55c; German prunes, §1 35(<_.l 45; apri
cots, rotten, 20c; Royal Hative plums,
GOc: Tragedy prunes, £1 35.
The Karl Fruit Company sold California
fruit at auction to-day as follows: Early
Crawford peaches, 65c@$l 30; German !
prunes, £1 lofal 30; Washington plums,
7.*ic.'*?l 30; Jefferson plums, 70c; Brad
shaw plums, 750@f1; Bartlett pears, $1 10
I'M 75; Fontaiubleau grapes, §1 23(51 .'Jo;
strawberry peaches, 05c; Poster peaches,
75e@$l; Centennial peaches, >_ 25; necta
rines, §1 25; Golden Dion plums, 75c; |
Japan plums, |1_! i 15; Tragedy prunes,
"rd ;i0; Purple Duane plums, f_.@lls; Co
lumbia plums, $1 20; Italian prunes, $L
at I___W YOKK.
New Yokk. July 29. The Earl Fruit
Company sold California fruit to-day as
follows: Bartlett pears. Si..!•. same,
over-ripe, fl; German prunes, ?. 30: Pur
ple Duane plums, $1 < >.'>'■ i 1 35; Bradshaw
plums,fl 00; Washington plums, fl --V<
i 90; Bald's early peaches, fl 30; Tragedy
prunes, fl 90; Columbia plums, *1 UHa
1 25; St. Ambrose cots, $i 80; Royal cots,
The Porter Bros.' Company sold to-day
at auction, for account of California Fruit
Union shippers, four cars of California
fruit, realizing for Bartlett pears, fl 25(ii
1 5(1; Washington plums, §1 25<a)l 70;
German prunes, 8oe(2#l SO; Tragedy
prunes, green, 7.V; Crawford peaches, 80c
<■>:] 2 . Foster peaches, 80cf.fl 10; St
John peaches, fl 35; Tuscan clings, fl 20
Ctl 25; Purple Duane plums, fl __o@l 50;
• ga plums, fl 70; Fontaiubleau grapes,
nectarines, 90c; cantaloupes, fl 35.
MiNNiiAfoi.is, July 29.—The Porter
Bros.' Company, ageuts for the California
i Fruit Union, realized for peaches, fl 50(_.
i 1 75; plums, SI 25(_j I 50,
A Prominent Member of n Chicago
Hebrew Family Dies Ahroad.
CHICAOO, July 2f(.—A cablegram from
Marienbad, Austria, announces the death
there of Joseph Rosenberg by pneu
monia, on July 27tL. in the forty-second
year otli is age. He wad the only son of
Jacob Rosenberg, head of the oldest and
one of the wealthiest Hebrew families of
Chicago. The death was wholly unex
pected and greatly shocked his relatives
and friends. Joseph Rosenberg left Chi
cago last November with his sister and
brother-in-law, i>r. BC.Munnbeiiner,also
of this city. The doctor was an invalid,
and Joseph accompanied them as help
and companion for his sister in her care
of her husband. About four weeks ago
Joseph was advised to take water at
Carlsbad for a stomach trouble. Fever
followed, and turned into pnuemonia,
firom which he died last Monday. Only
a few days before he had written a letter
to his aged father, but he made no refer
ence to the fever that was consuming
him. He was conscious to the last, and
died c painless death. If it can bear
ranged the remains will be brought to
Chicago for burial.
DAKIBIi P. KIDDER.
Chicago. July 20.—Daniel P. Kidder,
LL. D., of Evanston, for many years
Professor of Theology in the Garrett
Biblical Institute, died this morning,
Umbrellas to be Loaned at a -Moder
X_:w York, July 29.—The United States
Umbrella Providing Company bled arti
cles of incorporation yesterday. The
Object of the company is to loan umbrel
las to subscribers at a moderate cost. A
subscriber can take an umbrella with
him wherever he goes, and he is responsi
ble for its safe-keeping. The capital
stock is 1,600 shares at 61(_> each. Tue in
corporators are Louis Cohen, Samuel
Ramesfolder, Emil Weiger, George H.
Weigert and Samuel Banm. The com
pany will have offices in all ot'the prin
cipal cities of the United States. A sub
scriber can goto any office of the com
pany, present his subscription card and
get an umbrella. If a traveling man. lie
can get an umbrella in Jersey City and
I torn it over to the company's office in
Chicago, If he has no further use for it.
Chxcaoo, July 29.—Baron and Baro
-04 as A\ iehmann-Eichboin arrived here
. to-day from Yokoboma, en route for
Berlin. The Baron is in tiie German
diplomatic service, and lias been to
Japan on an important mission. When
asked if his mission contemplated nego
tiations of treaties with that country, he
shrugged his shoulders and answered
< ._nMin_ BOOBSS ItaJdcd.
Loxpon, July 2.—The polios yester
day evening made a raid on the United
Kxohange Club, in Cheapside, smashed
lin the windows and doors, entered the
: rooms and arrested many persons who
were awaiting the result ol the Goodwood
SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-TJXION, THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1891.—SIX PAGES.
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Highest of all in Leavening Power.—U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889,
GOING TO STOCKTON.
Henry and Lewis Talk of It, But
They Are Not Crazy.
The Former is Looking About For An
Opening to Operate An Elec
tric Road There.
Mr. Henry of Sail Jose, having failed j
in his efforts to secure a franchise for
another electric road in tliis city, has
apparently mado up his mind to try and
find some other community thai will J
consent to open its gates to receive him j
and his sack. Tho Stockton Independent
slates that Mr. Henry was in that cdty ou
Tuesday, accompanied by L. L. Lewis,
Manager of the Sacramento electric road,
and referring to their visit, says:
"Mr. Henry is contemplating the
establishment of an electric line here,
and his visit was for tlie purpose of look
in'.', over tho ground. As no was very
favorably impressed by what he saw
| of Stockton, it is Likely that before long
an electric railway will be in opcratiou
hero. He came here from Sacramento in
the morning and went back ou tlie even
ing train; but during the time ho was in
town heand "dr. Lewis managed to cover
Stockton pretty thoroughly with a horse
I ami buggy.
'"What I "nave Been of Btockton to
day,' he said, convince.-. m< that this is a
city which is going ahead. I have formed
B good opinion of it.'
" 'Have you decided to build an electric
railroad here*?' was asked.
" 'Thai is a leading question,' he re
i plied, with a smile, 'and I cannot answer
it categorically just yet. 1 think an elec
tric line here nughl pay, but :.t present I
am just looking around. 1 haven't come
ito any definite conclusion ss lothepro
ject which I would care to speak of now.
i intend to oome hack here tn a few days.
probably before the end of the week, and
gi i whatever additional preliminary in
formation 1 D.eoa_'
' 'lev you talked to the Mayor or]
Councilmen yet concerning the fran
chise?' be was asked.
'•'So, I have no. so n any of the offi
cials,' said Mr. Henry. 'It will be time
enough, to ask for a franchise when I
have settled definitely on what I propose
to do. I have been told by several well
known citizens that lher< will be no diffi
culty in getting a franchise, as the city
authorities are as desirous as any prop
erty owner to encourage any enterprise
that w ill benefit the place."
"(.'. W. Dohrmann, the Insurance
who accompanied Mr. Henry to the
depot, assured him that such was the
"'lnother cities,' Raid Mr. Bohrniaun,
j 'the controlling officials may be on the
make, and eompei men to give them
something before fraiu ins •- are granted,
j but if that ls the rule with <_iiv govern
ments this city is an exception.'
"'1 came here quietly.'Air. Henry said,
'and have not talked to more men than
was necessary, simply >>■ cause I wanted
to sco how things stood here for m\ -i 1 i
without being influenced by tlie argu
ments of property owners to nave a line
jgo here or there. Owners aro desirous of
having a road near their property be
-1 cause it will perhaps cause an increase in
Its Value, and therefore their views on
what is the best route might be somewhat
'partial. I wanted to get at the start, a
fair idea tor myself of what the city needs,
and then I'll get the opinions of whoever
cares to give them to me.'
"Allusion was made to tlie horse-Car
line, and it was remarked that it is re
ported to be for sale. Mr. Henry said
thai he would not take a horse-railway as
"He remarked that the cars whicli tlie
Harvester and Agricultural Works have
been building for his tines have proven
very satisfactory. *i Lc works turnout
fine cars,' he added."
M I—_ONARII_S IN CHINA.
Confirmation of tlie Reports of Many
Being T>fniiHM _i wl
Boston, July ______—Much anxiety exists
in Boston over news from Chim regard
ing tho massacre of missionaries. Tho
j Congregationatists and Baptists say their
denominations havo not been molested bo
far as they know. At the Methodist
be td [uarters, however, the press reports
of riots at Yang Chow, Blanking, Wn
such, Kin-Kiang, and other places in tlio
: Yang Tsi Valley are oonnrmed. At
: Nanking tin? Chinese atte»npted to dc
i molish the Philander Smith Hospital and
set fire to a girls' school building belong
ing to the Women __. Foreign Missionary
Society. Key. I). VV. Nichol faced tbe
j mob alone ami keptthem at hay with a
revolver until a mandarin arrived with
At VVusnch, as before stated, Rev. Mr.
i Argents and Mr. Green, Englishmen
conn, '-ted with the customs service, were
As the cause of these riots, one gontle-
I man connected with a book concern said
j the press ad vices were undoubtedly cor
rect, that there is a secret nocioty which
has for its object to overthrow the Gov
ernment, and whose purpose in foment
ing riots is to embroil the Government
with foreign powers in the hope that war
will ensue. There arc also large numbers
of discharged sol.Hers aud unemployed
Laborers, who constitute a roaming and
lawless body of men, always ready to
enter into any scheme of destruction and
plunder. The Chinese Government, how
ever, they assert, was never more friendly
to the missionaries than at present.
Confident of a Republican Victory.
New YoßK,July29. Richard Smith, of
the Cincinnati OOTMnereial-Crazette, ?.i\-
the Ohio Republicans are confident of
electing McKlnley and a majority of the
Legislature, and adds: "I never have
• :i the Republican party go thoroughly
united for many years as it ia now. The
Democrats are trying to make out that
there is a division on tho Senatorial
question, but there in none. Who is to
be the successor of Sherman is a matter
which is to be settled iii tho future.
Sherman is not making a light for it,
neither is any one olsi'."
Allon Contract Labor.
\V.\ .UNiiToN, July 20.--Secretary Fos
ter does not fully agree with Superin
tendent Owen in his opinion that tho
alien contract labor law does not prohibit
tiie importation of skilled laborers for
employment in tin plate factories. He
has prepared a modification of Mr. I > wen's
ruling on that subject, anel will make it
Xci*n County Notes.
Bakeuskiki.i . July __o.—-Tho Super
vis<i>i, as a Hoard of Kqualization, have
rednced the assessment roll of Kern
The Board of Supervisors has appointeel
11. C. Park, C. A. Maud and Sol Jewel
delegates from Kern County to the State
\\T C. T. U.—MEETING THIS (THIfRS
> V . day) AFTERNOON at 2 o'clock. Ex. c
uiive Board uicvts at 1 o'clock sharp. Friends
if the Union cordially invited.
MRS. M. E. JENKS, President.
Mks. (}. Schadt, Secretary. It
REGULAR MEETING OF COURT* y
Sacramento. Mo. 6,861, A. O. F. *-a_?
rf A-. THIS (Thursday) EVENING at _V
s o'clock. Every member requested _MSS»
Lo he present.
D. W. KIiOPPENBEIIG, 0. R.
C. I . 11l __,!_, R. S. 9 H
WANT ED-A YOUNG MAN FROM It.
io l 8 years of age; someone who 11. _-
been wor_ln>» in astore. Apply by letter to
1. Ji.. thi. om 1 . jy.io-Oi
** i .tan tei >-_:_.- a thorough and cx
v i Derienoed : aeher, two or Ibn c pupils In
music (piano and organ); twenty-four lessons
for cila; payment conveniently arranged; 1
lesson* at the pupil's home. Address j
j.'eaci__u, tins oflice. jyS'1- ;t
_»"A.T!-:1> - AN -J-XPERIENCED MN-|
■1 \ Ing-ioom girt at LULL HOUSE, S yen h
and i streets. jy_rt>-3t«
TIT ANTED—YOUNG MEN FRO : t8 TO
>> 20 years of age, for oiliee work. Apply
CHAS. E, PHLPPS, Supt Yy".ins'.o-_, uuhin
V\f ANTED—A GIRL TO DO GENERAL
\V housework. Apply at 717 F st. . -
u'.\:;t_>-: .\;,;:>M.\:; WITH EXPERI
>» encc for Domestic Department. Apply
CHAS. C I*llJ l-i- _ Sopt. Weinstoc-E, Lubtn
&Co. U •_--:..
INFORMATION WANTED OF THB!
I whereabout of MARINDA HOYETT bar
maiden name b< my BoUenbedE), who came
io California irom Ohio aboui the year 1850,
and married a Mr. Simons; when last heara
tromlived ii Sacramento. AddressfLEcou_>
Us .■••> 11 Bee, Sacra ncnto, Cal. jy.:.--.'
\tr ANTED-PIVE GENILEMEN, WIDE
.V awake, with good address; salary or
pomml sion. Apply to THE SINGER MAN.
UFACI CRING d).. 703 •! Rtri et.
YXTANTED—MEN FOB FARMS, VINE.
n "yards, dallies and all kinds < 1 laborj
women and girls for cooking nnd general
housework; plenty of work ford .rabiuhelp.
Apply at EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, Fourth
street, X and L.
j •" Si- A DIAMOND PIN, FROM Y. M. i.
>j Mali to Seventh and O streets. Finder 1
turn !■• t!u- oi__< <. jy:: ■>■:,■■
OTOLEX A CASE OF MUSICAL INsYKF
-0 ntents, __-_■ yard In rear "i Ran • -
-1 store, iteturn toC A_ NEALE, and no
us \. ill be :: ked, or 1. 1 ;
ti -'•-' j
___» iict ov Stent.
mO LET—A ST ABLE IN REAR OF OITY
I HoteL Inquim ai CIT\ HOTEL, 311 IC
<l,|. L STREET, NEAR STATE CAPITOL,
»"! t) a ICI boaaders can t*- accomoda) d
Also two furnished rooms. 1y29-31
tWK HIRE—MY CAMPING WAGON Id
home again and ready f«>r another trip.
H. W. RIVKTI', sw. cor, 12thandO sts. Jy.''-:;t
>BENI F< 'X HOUSEKEEPING—THREE
Im aished or anfarntshed rooms with large
cttinacloset, wardrobe and punir., i"
ncr Be* onci and p stre 'ts. Mil •
n**' RENT A . OTTA«iE <M BIX '
JL himlshed. Apply <>ji premises, 1512 o
rpo LET—HOUSE OF FIVE ROOMS WITH
1 useof stable. i_e.it. ft per month. In
quire M DUFFY, J, between Eleventh and
Tv.< lith. Jy2s-ot*
[JIOR RENT— FURNISHEDHO_JSEo.'six
JC rooms at Dntefa Flat, Placer County, Oal_
Add__BsP.O. Bos 05. jyj .-•)!*
rpo LET—A NEW COTTAGE OF FIVE
X room-, high basement, all modern irn
-1 rovements. Inquire ai 1611 Tw( ntlcthja-tl
rpo LET—FIVE FURNIBHED BOOMS
1 Bult-tble for housekeeping. Apply a; 1111
Sixteenth street. Jylß-tl
_.0.)~ KI:NT °f VHt Hoo.MS. BATH,
-"»„ •-;< . all In good repair, at Tl^ Elighth
• . Inquire at 722 Eighth street. jy'.-:f
foil BENT —NICELY FURNISHED
V ttant rooms, single or en suite, for light
iiou-i keeping. Apply at Ti.'? .! street. Jyl-rt
mO LET—A HOUSE WITH GOOD BASE
I ment; In alley, .f and X, Thirteenth and
Fourteenth. Inquire at 71» L street. 1c25-tf
HOTEL OF TOO ROOMS. ALL Ft.lt
ulabed.full of boarders and roomers, to
lease; best location. Inquire at 1007 Fourth.
BURNISHED BOOMS AT CENTRAL
I House trom S5 per month upward; also
family rooms at low prices. IIORNLFIN
pOR SALE—FINE CARRIAGE I 'R BUGGY
JT horse. Gentle and reliable. Inquire of Mr.
WHITE, Fountain stable, .1 street, between
Tenth and Eli renth. Jy29-3t«
noK SALE - LOT SOXI*H), SITUATED
i_ between now brewery ami swimming
baths, on Twenty-first street: cood place tors
restaurant. Price, $2,200. Inquire at ocrnet
ol Tw< aty-flrtrt and P streets. jy:.'<»-t.t*
ipORSALF-SMAI.LANI»I_AR .__•' VRMsi.
1 wanted to tlnd buyers who know a goou
thing when they see it. Apply to STROBEL,
317 J stre t, Sacramento. Jy29-lmd>tw
1-OR SALE—A NO. 1 FRKSH~ MILCH
; cow and calf. Inquire of C. C. TAFT,
three miles down the Riverside road. jy:2S-st*
i'ci: SALE—A SALOON AXD DINING
room doing a good business. Address
<_Ei •. CARI'ENTER, P.O. box 191, Sac. iy_l„tl
FOR SALE—EXPRESS WAGON, seats"
top, two horses, harness and business foi
can oe seen corner Fourth and J streets.
V,n see owner at 1 ... 1. St., up s'.airs. jy_»-. t*
|X)E SALE—A FARM CONTAINING 87
P_ acres, situated 2*..^ miles from county seat
and 1 mile from railroad Btatlon; 50 acres
under cultivation, planted In trees, vines, etc.;
:. 7 acres in timber; good buildings, good well
and spring; 2 horses and harness, 2 wagons,
7 head stock and uli necessary farming
utensils; the above land is nearly all under n
largeeaztai. Reason for sale, old a_rc. Inquire
ol WM. A. ERAMP, Diamond Spring, Cal.
FOR SALF.-MO ACRES OF RECLAIMEL
land on Grand island. Sacramento county
fronting on old River, between Walnut Grove
and Isieton; orchard of pears, plums anc
quinces; will ho sold at a bargain. For term.
Ktid particulars inquire at this office or at the
I*, s. Land Office, San Fi-anciaeo. jy4-tf
i3OE SALE—ONE OF THE FINEST ANI
' largest sakXHU In the c:ty; extra famii]
extranee; best location; :-tOt-k and lease. Iv
quire at tliis office.
T"M. R SALE OR TO RENT ON LEASE-
P ten acres of bottom 1-ind. one mile below
WasMngton, Yolo Ooonty; if sold will taki
small payment down. Apply to EDWIN X
ALSIP A CO.. lieai Estitc and lu.sui-anc*
Asrenta, 1015 Fourth street.
ITHE LADY MANAGERS OF THE SAC
ramento Foundlin. Home desire to ered
a building. Is there any citizen widing t<
donate a lot for the purpose? Please addrea
Mrs. s. E. ( LAY'TON.cor. 7thand Lsts. ly2S*&
4 NY ONE 11 AVI NO PURCHASED A
__\ Singer Sewing Machine on the Install
ment plan, and not over 525 paid on same
will save .15 by calling on M. F. CRANDALL
T2l Ks I reel. jy 2 7tt
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A CAPAY COLONY.
Bnsy Fmit-Growers in a Pretty
Yolo Valley— Tancred and Its
TN THE SPRTNG. OF LAST TEAS
Robert A. and Neal D. Barker associated
themselves with Wllilam McKay, all of Oak
land, with a view of searching out a suitable
loeat ion in which to engage in the prod table
occupation of fruit-growing. Alter visiting
many localities, they decided on the Capay
Valley, Yolo Couuty, and tho Bhodm tract
Negotiations were opened with tho <\.pay
Valley Land Company, owning the tract in
question. With W. H. Mills, the General
Agent of that company, they arranged for the
purchase of ahout 220 acres of foothill land.
ntta being more than they had thought of
i t.-'_ing for their own use, they spoke to a
| number of friends about lt, with the result
that the tract was divided anion;; the follow
ing people: B. L. Htakok, 40 acres; W. T.
Barm tt, 30 acres; N. T. Great head. -JO acres;
Mrs. L. OreathSWl, 2o acres; W. McKay, .0
acres; N. D. Parker, 20 acres; li. A. Parker,
20 acres; J.- P. Brownlee, 30 acres; E. 11. Has
lett. 10acres; Joseph Barker, IO acres; _, \y.
Kelly, lOaeros, and Frederick Kelly, 10 acres.
So far this had been merely a private ven
ture of the gentlemen above named, but in
talking up the question of dividing the land
already purchased, it was found thnt so many
more would like to Join it than thearea of tha
purchase would admit of, that it was sug
gested on all hands, "Why not get some more
land and divide it up In the same way?"
Then followed the idea ot a stock company to
MM hold of a lancer tract and arrange for the
cultivation of the wh.-leof It, .after subdividing
lt accordin*; to th- i .«p_livn_cnts of the iuit>
scrPers. A provisional boa .al was formed, a
prospectus issued, and finally, on the sth ot
June, 1890, the Western Co-operative Col
onlzatior and Improvement Company was
duly registered and proceeded to business,
with the following officers: President, Will-
Urn McKay; Vice-President, ML P. Brown;
I'.rectors—H. C. i'l-hs. rharles Brooke and
It. A. Barker: Seerctnry and (J. neial MfeMn
Neal r». Marker; Solicitor, C. X Snook, Trea»
urer, First .National P.ank of Oakland.
Tho balance of the tract. I?:; mono, was pur.
ttmWmtmm. A mt-MI Has entered into for the
purchase of a large number of trulf t
vines, . tc. This »>ar!y purchase of trees was
the means of saving bet wen £.1,000 and
04.000 to the .oti'i Any, the prises In some
I - - having more than #S_M id since thru.
Tne ideas which the pro*;., .tvs set forth
ha\e been but slightly modilled and the
progress of the com]..-.ny I.M been uninter
rupted. Those who went into it doubtingly
have income enthusiastic, and almost all the
member.- arranged to set out all that] lauds in
lrult trees, etc. th- first year, Consequently
in this, the first season, some 40,0i>0 trees
and between 20.000 and 30.000 vines will be
The satisfactory working of this sehem. has
had the clfect or ut trading considerable at
tention to th-; work of the (Many Company,
and a number of people are now desirous of
Joining in with them. An ad.l;t;.-nal 200
acres have been added to the sixty acres
For ti:e company is predicted a very Mg_M
future, as well as for the beautiful valley in
which their operations are ..-uducted. How
this marvelous little garden has come to I- so
long neglected is a puzzle to eery on. who
hat. visited it, but one thing is \cry sure, and
that is thnl thLs neglect will never again be
tclt In the Talley.
The fruits set out are mostly of the standard
varieties—peach.s, apricots, Bartlett pears,
1-runes. figs., raisin gSapss, etc.. while alone;
both sides of the. avenues, throughout lhe
tr.u-t, walnuts will throw their gri_te.nl shade.
A eonstd-BrsblS number of citrus tree, are also
hdng set out; quite a su.belent number lo
demonstrate that the. c lrults can be sue- . to
fully grown in the valley, about which the
col-mists appear to have no dovibt, provided
proper e.ue is given to the young trees. Neal
r». Barker. General Manager of the company,
resides on the tract, and to his care is to be
ascribed much of the success of the venture.
Mention should be made of the town-site,
about which there is a pleasant innovation
which might with profit be followed by more
I ambitious places. A small park of some three
acres has been laid .-at right in the center ot
the town. This park it ls proposed to beautify
by planting In it from time to time as many
| of the beauties and curiosities of tree and
phrub life as may be obtained by diligent
j search and a wise expenditure of money. It
Is not expected that Tancred will ever boa
large and busy city, but it is thought that it
can be made a very pleasant little place to
A petition has been circulated recently and
vers- largely signed, asking the county to ac
cept Island avenue, on tho colony tract, as a
county road, and to build a bridge across
Cache Creek at tliis point, in order to give the
settlers on the east side of th-- creek ac
Tancred Station. The Tancred colonist-, arc
quite willing to give the necessary ri^ht of
way, and are very desirous of having a brldgo
there, as the colony lands extend along both
sides of the stream. It is thought that It
would be a very wise expenditure of pubiio
money to grant them this very necessary im
provement, as the operations of such com
panies are of widespread benefit to the wholo
county and State. The attractions and com
forts of tho cities are well known, but td
those who are willing to settle on the land and
show that the country also atlords attractions
and comforts, and ways of making money
pleasantly, every inducement should be held
The following is a list of the principal mem-
Irs of the Tancred Colony, with the number
acres owned by each, and a fact worthy of
entlon is that in each contract or deed is
ed by the Colony Company there is a pro
slon that no intoxicating liquor shall ever
i manufactured or sold on the land. The ap
irent success of the enterprise shows that
c ideas and plans of the colony, as set forth
the prospectus some time ago, are not lm
acticable: C. T. Hull, Berkeley, 5 acres; W.
Hammond, Oakland, 14 acres; C. S. Kas
n, San Francisco, 11 acres; Jos. Barker, 10
res; A. *W. Kelly, Kincardine, Ont., 5 acres;
.T. Greathead, 5 acres; R. G. Greathead,
ikland, 10 acres; R. A. Barker, Ban Fran
bco, 10 ncrcs; N. D. Barker, Tanered, 10
res; Dr. K. Favor, San Francisco, 27 acres;
j. P. Brownlcc, Kincardine, Ont., 0 acres; W«
T. Barnett, Berkeley, 5 acres; M. P. Brown,
10 acres; Chas. Brook, Sr., Oakland, 10 acres;
"W. C. BouteUe, Berkeley, 20 acres; Mrs. T.
A. Crellin, oaklaud, 5 acres; C. H. Peach,
Tancred,sacres; __L C.Ellis,Oakland, lOacrcs;
J. Vanstone, Winnipeg, 10 acres; E. A. Van
stone, Tancred, 5 acres; E. Wadsworth, Sac
ramento, 5 acres; M. A. Thomas. Oakland, 0
j acre. James Graham, San Francisco, 11
acres; A. Stark, 12 acres; J. Stark, 10 acres;
Mrs. M. Vrooman, 5 acres; C. E. Snook, 10
acres; C. T. Greathead, 12 acres; Wm. Mo-
Kay, 5 acres; Mrs. Wm. McKay, Oakland, 5
acres; Mr i. E. C. Wooley, Brooklyn. N. V., 1G
acres; Mm. 11. Bec.kley, Oakland, f> acres; T,
A. Marriett, 5 acres; .1. C. Harrison, Tancred,
6 acres. The land reserved by the Colony
Company, Including townsite, consists of v J
I acres. felotfd&w
ORDINANCE Sll. 2SO. """
Granting the Kiuht of Way to - Sacramento
Railway and Improvement Company" t 0
Construct and Operate a Street Railway
Over and Along Certain Streets in ttie
City tf Sacramento, ami to Extend the
Privileges Granted to said "Sacramento
Railway and Improvement Company,*' to
R. S..J. T. and C. W. Carey, to K. S.'and
G. W. Carey, and to Frank D. Meyers, by
Ordinances \os. 170, zoz, zz\. 335,336 and
z.\\. to Corn-tract lay Down, Maintain and
Operate Street Railways in Said City.
THE BOARD OF TKCSTKKs op TnE
City of Sacramento do ordain as follows
____ctio« 1. There is hereby granted to the
"Sacramento Railway and Improvement
Company," and its assigns, subject to the pro
visions of the statute.-; governing the city of
Sacramento, the right t<> construct, lay down
repair, maintain and operate, fbr the term ot
liny years from and after the passage of this
Ordinance, a single or double track street raib
way or railroad, with all necessary or ecu
venieut tracks tor curves, turn-outs, switch, s,
si.t, .-acks,stations, torn-tables aud append
age! t>> propel cars thereon by wire rope or
cable running under the streets moved by
stationary steam engines, or t>\ eleotrlcity or
electric power, <>r By gas engine, or other
motive power except moving steam engine*
and to collect, receive and retain fares and
compensation therefore for the use thereof, in,
: hrougb, oa, over, ut on and along the follow
• r the said City of Sacramento:
Commencing at the Intersection ol li. mid
Third streets; thence south along Third street
to the Intersection of Third Btreet with O
street; thence cast along O stnet to Tenth
connect with the present railway oa
St. nos 3. The rat- of fare on such rail
a.lw:iy must not exceed live cents for
fc -■• lioN .;. The grantee herein named shall
;:..- i ... 0 j Sacramento an annual
license ol n\e dollars in advance upon each
carruu and operated upon said railroad or
railway, which shall license and entitle him
to run, manage and operate said railroad or
railway every day in the year.
eprantee herein named maj
Ime abandon anj pan <>r poi
t... franchise herein granted nponnlin
tti" Board ... Trustees >.f tbe • Ity ol Bncra
-1 writb ii declaration -.t sac.i abandon
.rticularly describing tbe pari or por
tion Intended to be abandoned; and in the
i vi nl ol sucn abandonment, the grantee and
mB shall within ninety days thereafter
remove the tracks, rails, ties, poles, w ires and
other materia trom sach street, streets or
portion > abandoned, and place tho
portion ol street! so abandoned In good order
and repair like the adjoining portions of tha
street and to the satisfaction of the Btreet
Commissioner, and If such work be not done
by the grantee or its assigns, It may be done
by the Street Commissioner at the expes
bia heirs and assigns.
1 rate of .-. Ed on said raii
r ad or railway must not be greater than eight
( - ■ miles 1 . r hour.
The grantee herein nam. .1 shall
I be ass, ssea for the costs of lmpro\ Ins
■ n of the stieet or streets embraced
between the rails >>t the track or tracks of sold
railway or railroad and foi tw.> v- 1 on each
Bide thereof, and such assessment shall 1 .• a
lien on franchise and railroad of
said grantee from the date ol such assessmi nt,
and nu j ed lv the same manner as
sessmenta for improving streets arc
I, and said grantee anil Its a
I- -aid portion ol - .id -ir- .1 ..1 streets
Bb With the
SKimo> ' Th. fiar.-n.se hereby granted is
upon tin uid grantee
rami uce the consti uc
npli t th • instruction of
-\ months irom the
pi col .11 hal \. h< d said
ted, thi car* Bhali be run
. dally (inevitable accident •■>_
'H.r the wholi d r.-M.i a- often
- 11 minutes between tbe
hoarsol sevei a the forenoon and
clock iii t.i afternoon of each day,
. tun to comply with any of the terms
and conditions hereof bj tbe grantee. Its sar
is, shall w^rU it forfeiture ol
thi • franchise, an.! tee, its su. < ■
I [ns shall tbereupi n remove said rall
waj and restore that 1 art of Bald streel made
use of 1 ly to Its original condition,
and leave the same in as good order and repair
the street and to th. ._t:s
fectton <v the Btreet Commissioner, and it
suchwork of removal be n.-t .lone within
lays from and after Bach forfeiture by
assigns, then it may
be done by the Btreet Oomml isioner al the ex
pense ol the grantee, its sue essors or assigns,
and the city Bhali bave a lien upon such street
and all tbe materials thereof fbr the
of such removal and of repair of the
sti. - i made necessary by the patting down or
removal or such railway.
dd Lh< cars on said railway
be propelled I d wires tn connection
with an <' ctiic bj -i- t.i >>t motive power, then
rhead wires used a--1 !> .-trie conductors
si.all be hang trom cross-wires, and shall not
than t. nty feet, measuring vertically
iron: the .iriace of the roadway, and shall be
su] ported by a double line of poles, one on
each side of the street: and the poles shall be
smooth, well-painted wood, or round cast
iron, and shall be painted before being si t up,
I grantee and its assigns shall keep
ar.-1 maintain In good order and condition,at
nse, thi pot tion of ihe streets oc
by such poles, so that the same at the
suria-e about the penes may be sat.- and con
• to travelers with Learns and vehicles
at all seasons of the year, and so that there
shall be no obstruction to the proper Bow ot
water along and over the gutters constructed
at the places where the poles may be set ap.
And ait such poles shall be sei at such
places along the inner curbing of the sidewalk
as the Btreet Commissioner shall direct, and
If by rco »n of setting up sach p >les it shall be
irj to alter the water courses, gutters,
culverts or entrances to culverts, such changes
or alterations shall be made at the expense of
the granti c. its heirs or assigns.
S__cno> ;». This ordinance is granted and
accepted upon the express condition thai the
Board <>r Trustees 01 th-' city of Sacramento
sliali have the power at any time t.> Inquire
Into the feci whether the system of motive
power made use of to propel cars or the \
ileal 'P ration thereof. Is ii public nuisance,
ordangi rousto persons and vehicles, and the
< ity ..: Bocramento expressly reserves the
rlgbl to take all nwesaary measures when
ever. In the Judgment of the Board of Trus
tees of said city, lt may become a public nui
sance, to secure the abatement of such a nui
sance and prevent tiie further us-- of such
motive power; and the said grantee, Itssao
cessors and assigns, shall wituln ninety days
after the judsmient or decree to that effect
shall become final and alter lhe service upon
it of wriltm notice, remove .-ill poles.
wires or other material that may be a nui
sance or dangerous to life and property, and
pal the streets through which they were
plac ii in the Bame condition In which they
now an- at the expensed said tent nice -11111
tans, under the superintendence of the
Btreet Commissioner. In case the Bame is not
done by the grantee and its assigns In tho
time iimitc.l therefor, th. a the Board of Trus
teesmay cause the same to he done and tho
expense thereof shall be paid by said grantee
ami its assigns, and the city shall have a lien
upon s;. id railway within "its limits for said
t ayment. In ease a (udgmenl shall at any
time be obtained to abate or to remove any
public nuisance oreated by such .system ol
motive power, the city ol Sacramento shall bo
entitled to recover from said grantee and Its
assigns a reasonable attorney's lee. not ex-
I ceediti'.- Si.(nio. for Bervlces of Its attorney
paid by It, aed such attorney's fee shuli be
entered In the J udgmenl and shall bo paid by
' the grantee and Its assigns.
The said grantee shall have the light to oc
; cept the permission and privileges hereby
granted,and agree to comply with all of tho
conditions upon which the tame are granted
within ten days after the passage ol thlsor
dinance, ami shall rile said acceptance with
tbe Clem of the Board of Trustee-; of sad
city, otherwise this ordinance shall be. null
SxcnoKlO. In addition to the powers and
privileges granted by ordinances of the City
of Sacramento, numbered 170. 202. 224,
325,226 and 241,t0 the grantees therein
named, said grantees and each of them, and
their assigns, are hereby granted the privi
leges and right to propel curs upon tlielir.es
of railway or railroad In said ordinances
named, by wire ropes or cables running under
[ the streets, moved by stationary steam en
i glnesor by electricity <>r c!e trie power, or by
I engines or motor, or otter motive powi r,
c and except moving steam engines, or
rmules, under the restrictions ami
uid ions named in Section 4,Section 8 and
tion'io! this ordinance, and alt parts ol
ordinances in this section first enumerated
• mtiict with the provisions of this section
hers by repealed.
k.tion 11. The rights and privll tees hi r
granted 10 said grantee, and its assigns, are
nted upon condition,and ifacceptedby
grantee, are to be deem sd as accepted by it
>n condition that from and after one y«r
vi the passage of this ordinance said
ntee,and its assigns, shall not havi
ht to us,- mules or borsssas ihemotlve
ver to propel the cars on the street railway
_in provided for. nor on any Of *_
set railways, nor on any of. the strew 8
atloned In the ordinance referred to In Sec
-1 10 of this ordinance.
kction 12. The rtghts and privileges n<
granted are accepted upon condition in \
! city of Sacramento may at any aoa aii
lesmake use, fie- of charge.of nn> "'.,
> poles provided ior in Section 8 bereoi.y
>port any telegraph, telephone. eleci >\
at iind fire-alarm wires belonging to sain
y, the use of the city tobesucb, bowevi r.ns
.to interfere with tbe use thereot uj sne
ntee, Its successors and assigns. ,
i.iTioN 18. This ordinance shall taiu' (-v.ii
•assed July 20,1891. M _ H _
W. D. (XIMSTOI :v.
President of the Board of ili's,V;r;
.IX Young, Clerk. jy-"~-10t