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WHAT IS THE MATTER WITH
We have tho authority of the Acting
Secretary of State that up to this date our
Minister to Chile, Mr. Egan, has n<>t re
ported the fall of Valparaiso, the over
throw of the Government, or the sur
render ofthe Capital totho revolutionists.
It is simply unaccountable why so keen
witted a man as Egan should have acted
with such marvelous stupidity. At this
writing the only Information our Govern
ment has received of the outcome of tho
Chilean revolution has come from Ad
miral Brown and our Consul at Valpa
raiso. If Minister Egan has made any
report to the State Department, that
bureau has grievously wronged him by
not announcing it while giving the news
dispatches of the Admiral am) Consul
freely to publicity. It is unthinkable
that the State Department would do any
Minister Egan, thou, has acted badly.
His silence is in itself a reproach; the
Chileans hate him because, ;>> they
charge, he was a hot partisan of Balma
ceda's, whereas he should not have man
ifested any interest on either side. We
aro disinclined to believe that he became
subject to bribery, as has been inti
mated—there Is really little or noth
ing upon which to base such
a charge. But the English, of whom Mr.
Egan is a fervid hater, have very largo
commercial interests in chile, acquired
by industry, and English push and <li
plomaey, and largely through the invita
tion of Chile extended to civilized nations
to invest capital in that country. It is
possible that Mr. Egan has allowed his
dislike for the English to lead him to
forget that he is an American, and that he
owes duli.'s to the United States into
which no personal consideration can be
permitted to enter. By a courageous,
impartial add dignified bearing he could
have maintained the bonor of his post
with the Balmacedan Government and
not have won the hatred of the Congres
sionalista. It is reported, to his credit,
that he saved the lives of several unfor
tunates toward whom the anger ofthe
dictator was directed; but beyond that
we have no ret» rt, official or otherwise,
that he informed his Government ofthe
true state ol affairs, < rthal he gave itaiiy
official knowledge <>t' the overthrow < t"
Balmaeeda. That duty was left to sub-
Luch to th Q of
. Bopleof the United States.
From the present knowledge the public
has, it is justified in anticipating there
call of Mr. Egan before the new Govern
ment, now organizing, diplomatic
turns him out ofthe country, as I
.y stated that it will do.
DECREASE OF THE BIRTH-RATE.
General Francis A. Walker has awak
ened much attention by his recent paper
on the hi our native birth-rate.
Tin-facts ... m them, that be
twecu 1860 and IVT1 VT 0 tie- rate, .f Incn
the pre-existing population ofthiscountry
arply <>ii'; and that between 1870 and
the decline has gone on at an accel-
L ratio. From the first appearance
of foreigners in large numbers in the
United S .•• rate of increase among
them has been greater than among
whom they found here: and this
disproportion has tended continually,
ever since, to increase. But, lie ;i'-ks. has
lull been due to a decline in phys
ical vitality and reproductive vi.
irt of the population which we call.
by comparison, American, or has Ll
due to other causes, perhaps to tl
I :' the foreigners themse
Going back to the beginning of the na
tion, he calls attention to the fact that our
population in 17! m. was in tin highest sense
American, and that for forty year- then
was an increase of 227 per cent. .\
. among any considerable popula
tion, was such a rale ot increase known.
But as foreigners began to pour in the
native population began to decline in its
ratio of increase. We have I
attach to the coincidence
significance. But that decline of child
bearing among Americana is directly
traceable to the establishment of certain
habits due to foreign In-coming,.and to
the prevalence of certain unwise notions
concerning tho employment of women.
we are convinced.
The I1i:coki»-Unk)N has frequently
pointed out that the drift of our women
into business walks is detrimental to do
mesticity and that injury is antagonistic
to child-bearing. For that evil we have
not tho foreign Immigration to blame.
SACKAMEXTO DAILY RECOHP-UyTON, WED\EST)AY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1801.—SIX PAGES.
But we can charge the othor in good part,
as General Walker does, to customs and
habits due in large degree to foreign in
fluences that have had the effect of mak
ing child-bearing among Americans less
a joy. Thus, as the essayist puts it:
Throughout the Northeastern and Northern
Middle States, into which the new-comers
poured In such numbers, tbe standard ot ma
terial liviiiL', i f general Intelligence, of social
decency, had been singularly bigh. Life, even
al us hardest, had always had its luxuries;
the babe bad been b thug of beauty, to i>e \
delicately nurtured and proudly exhibited;
tbe growing child had been decently Oresred,
at least for school and • bureb : the house bad
been kept in order, at whatever cost, the gate
bang, the shutters In place, while tbe fron!
yard had been made to bloom wltb simple
flowers: tbe village ebarcb, the public school
house, had been the best which the com- :
inunity, with great exertions and sacrifices,
could erect :xw\ maintain. Then came the
foreigner, making his way int<> the little vil
lage,bringing small blame to him Dot only |
a \;.s!ly lower standard of living, but u»o ;
often au actual present Incapacity even to :
iimlr retand thercfln mentsol life and thought :
iv the community In which be soughl a borne.
Our people had to look ujon lum- ■•- that were
mere -a. lis for human Habitations, the gates
unhung, the abutters flapping or falling gieen
pools in tbe yard, babes and young cn'ildren i
rolling aboul half naked or worse, neglected,
dirty, unka.up;. • * TheAnurican was
unwilling to engage In the lowed kind of day
labor with tin • new elements of tbe popu 'a
tion; be was even more unwilling lo bting
son- and daughters Into the wond I
into that competition. • * tfeitiiei the
social companionship nor the industrial com
petiticn orthe fore'g.ier lias, broadly -p -ak
in-, i en welcome to the native
The rough element of London has
taken advantage of .some labor troubles,
some political agitation, and now and
then ofa socialistic demonstration, to riot
and defy the police. But we recall no in
stance when it has been go defiant and
outrageous, without apparent cause, as in
the riot of Sun lay last. The object of at
tack was the Salvation Army. Why that
inoffensive body should havo drawn tho
fire of the slums is not stated in tho dis
patches, nor can we surmise. The Salva
tion Army is noisy, but surely that is not
offensive to the toughs. It preach- re
form, repentance and cleanliness, and it
is not recorded that in the lowest quar
ters of the most congested populations
these virtues have aw akened enmity such
as that to which w*'refer. The base ele
ment appears to have mobbed the Salva
tionists out ot "pure cußsedness," simply
and only to give slack to the strain of tho
brutal nature of the vicious. The Salva
tion Army methods of reforming the
world may not have our approval; we
may regard their march in the streets as
foolish and the emotional religions fervor
they arouse as ephemeral. But it is -
history that the Salvation Army has done
aworid of good to London, and, indeed,
to all England. It has labored among the
poor; it has secured its income openly
and honorably; it has found no spot too
wretched or low for its knees to bend
upon in prayer; it has lifted the curtain
of misery in the great city and made
want known. It has built and maintains
hospitals and refuges, and has lifted out
of the gutter the thousand whom the
world passes by. In short, with all its
shouting and drumming and trumpeting
in the streets it is an important agency
for good in London whatever it may be
elsewhere, and ought hast of all other
organizations to have in\ ited assault ironi
NOTE AND COMMENT.
(>_!■> of -Mir contemporaries recently re
ferred to tbe Xcw Y<>rk Herald as <lo
clining because Mr. Bennett spends most
of liis time in Europe. It is a significant
fart that the tirst. and in fact the only re
liable news which lias been received from
Chile during the late Btruggle, came
through specials to the Herald. That
paper is the greatest news-gatherer in the
The Oakland. Tribune on Saturday last
published a twenty-page "industrial edi
tion," devoted specially t>> descriptions of
the manufactories of Oakland, Alameda
and Berkeley and the institutions tin-re
maintained hy local capital and labor. It
was elaborately illustrated and contained
several maps showing the advantageous
location of • takland. The edition will be
north many thousand dollars to that city.
The last number of the Chino Valley
Champion is devoted largely to a descrip
tion of the new beet-sugar factory at that
md an account of the growth of the
near industry in that section.
Hereafter the chico daily Elnterprise
will furnish its readers with telegraphic
iod local paper
ever :ii"c Wal on Ch lm rs has pub
i it. and now it will be better.
The Amador Dispatch, an excellent
country paper, has just entered upon its
NATIVE SONS AND DAUGHTERS.
Some Aboriginal Society Notes From
the Siskiyou Wilds,
There is some i;.!k of a progressive
■vs. party being held by the Shasta
. Lamath tl 11 os early this t__
Mary Kentuck is here from Scott Val
ley. M..r> looking well, hut i.s
-. n frequently in society. She
made an effort u> remove the li 1 from her
chin with concentrated lye, and partially
succeeded, but it left some ugly Bears.
Tbe engagement of Mr. Salmon Spawn
Charley and Miss Lacy Medaliongarter
is publicly announced. The wedding
will take place at the slaughterhouse
rday afternoon, and the lady guests
w od to i>:iek off an apron
fuJ of offals as a souvenir ofthe event.
f John and his handsome and ac
couiplished squaw, Marie Antoinette
irdsbreatb, arrived from Moilit
("r.-.k tliis week uud ;ir.- drying elderbx r
>•; soverby Skunk Slough. John is the
; . nuiiie Chief 111 Siskiyou;<all others
arc worthless imitations. See that the
-.- ..low n on tbe Lottie.
Old-Man-Afraid-of-a-Tamale nnd his
charming daoghtei G aevieve Whoop
i- dooden-doo, gave a perspiration shin
dig and dog sou;) festival nt the
gant tepee in Whisker Gulch last Sunday
evening. All the odor of the com*
inunity was there, and Miss Kisa-Me-
Quick-and-Scoot-1 ove got an elegant jag
on and had to be taken home in a j;ur
.->- is down from Yreka. siie looks
lay older than when we tirst saw
her ten years ago. Pionei rssay she«waa
an old women when they settli .1 here in
the '30s. P*a*gy is over one hundred
years of age.tnuis disting irhav
re vented the massacre of tbe inhabi
tants of Vreka in early days. Notwith
standing berage, sb 1 is stiii h great \o.\ 01
ite in soel
There is another rich scandal over at
curedliy II ■■■■ ■■.*.'+ fTimiMlfTlll that it
.sri-ins almost foolish in any 008 to allow tho
troul.lc to r i.tlr.np. By its tl I igora
tlnß offoot upon tho digestive organs. Hood's Sir
saparilla readily give* relief when haadacta
.. and in neuralgic eontt*
I 1 - up the d I . -...■•! frstpm,
.03 the ran >c and hence
ovi rcomi-s the iliflVv.lty.
"My- ' ' •. s'cV headache nnd nen
raU'ia. After taking l( I'aSataapai
much roll, ve'." \V. It. BAXB, Wi';..i...-.on. Ohio.
BoMbyaltdnggiata. s'; pbcfarS* Pnpanioi tj
by c. I. BOOD -t <'<»-. AjioHiaaaiiaa, Lewaß.Saaa,
100 Dcee3 0r.3 Dollar
the Annio Rooney Rancheria. Jim Booz
j in-tho-Faeo entered his wiokup tho other
j evening to answer a telephone call. He
1 soon discovered that it was McAllister
liow--is-that-tor-K!evation at the other
end. Jim imitated his wile's voice and
the following conversation took place:
''is that you sweet, agile as a deer Mary
"To-night when tho pale moon casts its
1 last rays ou the soft rippling waters oi" the
j palo face's sewer, steal like the silent
malaria from tho hated wigwam of old
,-I iiii and meet me where the cayotos sing
a sweet lullaby over the fragrant form of
a dernneteow in Kaiser's meadow. Also
j steal Jim's tobacco and those rod suspen
In his nitre Booz-in-the-Kaeo shot three
I bullets into the telephone and then went
over to How-is-tbat-for-Elevation's lodge
to view his remains. The latter gentle
man had Hod. He is now tabooed in
social circles, has lost his self-n Bp< et and
; gone to work in a bay-field.
HAD SKIN ERUPTION
Many Tears. All Mannerof Medicines
and DO t>rs 1 ;;ii. fit red in Ono
Month by Cntlcttra.
!n 1 SB5 ! had an eruption come 1 at on my
Bktn.ana while al ttrst It did not amount to
much, ll <_.!•. v. :o I c very iiggravatin ami a.
■ - m:& arabii . The -:^i:i would ;•■ ; h
" e.t. aed peel off, ie x\ in', uu ntiie new
skin, acting sun. way .or week:
■■','■'■ u\ - .... - at nigh s. I lave tr'iC lai ;na
ncr ot mediciiH*B atid bal doc o • .>
:no eii.-.-t. ! Uiug ita box ol i".• 1m ;■ it.v 111 1
1 !:>!!■>■ and nw d . v , i.tk \ R ;.-.oi.\ KNT fo
1 I <od. 1 am mllj 1 uretl, uud In le -ib in ii
I month. Et was a mosl uggr.i\atingskiti
. a c, and now 1 am enjoj luyea, «can I <■■ mfort.
I I nave bad Hntolil benefits. Anyone li i g
1"■ 'i- t U.A i:i-:\:K:»i is cunni : : •
benefit. Anyonewrit'n^ mc will ;e.-; ■
answi i- and my ad\ice 10give .-our b
a trial. A. it. PATl'l N.
Manager Pi.Etal r< lit .....
E.i City, Ivan .is
Doctor Usei Cuticura
We have opened n dreg store at this place
! and ;.!■•■ ii.r. iug a splenul 1 pate <>.: < lirricn: \
..:>.:>. vi.i.-ii wj kees» .-. full stock of. i
would not >•■• ••'. i bout yoar i'itticciia
1. 1 ICTtct 1: ■ aud < r riti' ka Koai* 0
■ 0 , Just i< r tbe uci.et.l •; did mj little ■
en tie wan six mouth.s • 1 i. hi.- laicwas
covered with eczema, imd <'::..;... l'.i..i
i.ies cured it. lie Is now three y« ars olu. We
S.itl UBe til CCTK.UKA S ... and wash him
occasionally with it, to prevent bis -iv.n i oin
j getting roug . We have h.tndled your nie»d
cines foruvc years,uud n ye a com
.t against them, but abundant praise.
We sold ourdr a *tore In Kansas, and will
continue in the di ug business here.
C. J KAi. .\K M. \\,
HallerCtty, ynchoniLd x <> Wusbiugt n.
Cuticu pa R emedi
Are sold everywhere. Price. Ci rrcniA, the
great Skin Cure, 50e.; tJi ricua.* Soap, an ex
luisite Skin Purifier and i ."• ■.:
Cutici kA k:-.' VMNT.thc new Illood Purl
•', Prepared bj tne Pottku Djiuu .'. > •■>
1- (KATION, I. '
■Jcnd for "How toCun - .... Diseases."
; ages,soillustnUiousand I 00testimonials.
piUPLES. »•:.•.:-!:• ..>. rd rough, chapped,
liJlaudolly skin cured by Cuticuba Soap.
' l\'A\\ MY SIDE ACHES!
"H Achingsidi -and H.-n-k, Hip, Kidney
v c- \o an I 1 rine I'aina and Rheumatism
/.^-\'' -Ih'v.-d In one minute bj thet utl
fVjjeura Aioi-i"iii;i Plaster. Price, 25
MIUS. WINBLOWB"SOOTHING SYRUP"
has been In u.-f over nft f years by millions ol
mothers tor their children while teething,
with perfect success, it soothes the child
soiie;:., the gums, allays pain, cures wind colic!
regulates tbe bowels, and Is the best remedy
for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething
or other causes. For sale by druggists in
every part ol the world. Be sure and ask for
Mrs. Y\ Inslow's Soothing Syrup. Twcntf-Hv*
cents a bottle. MWF
FACT TIME To Tin; BAST.—Tbe Atlantic
and Pacific Railroad Santa Pc route) Is now
twelve bours shorter to Kansas City and St
Louis, and twenty-four bours Bhorter to Chi
cagotban formerly. Pullman Tourist Sleep
ing Cars to Chicago everj cay witlioutcbanga.
Pi raonally conducted excursions every Thurs
day. GEORGE W. BAILTON, Agent, 10U4
fourth street, siacrameuto MWF
I HAVE been a great Bufferer from dry ca
i tarrh :'..r many years, and I tried many reme
dies, but none did me bo much benefit as 1 i% •-.
Cream Balm. It completely cured me.—M.J.
Lally, 39 Woodward avenue, Boston High
('ANDY. Ofthe very best manufacture and
most reasonable prices, at sos ie st. au2B-lm
PAINLESS EXTRACTION OF TEETH by
• t Local anesthetic. DR. WELDON, Deh
; tist, Eighth and J Btre ta.
; WATCHEB, Diamonds and Jewelry.
, UNCLE IKK'S, 802 X street. JelO-lm
j MATHUBHEK soI.ID IRON-FRAME
; PIANOS tne hesd. First premium State Fair;
al-o silver medal Mechanics 1 Pair. Write or
call. Even thin..' ai Co. pet's, 831.1 st. je.vtf
MY HOY. WILLIAM COLBUKN, 18
yean old. lefl my bouse during my ab
senc ■ I will not be 1. sponsible for any "debts
; contracted by him. fit*] THi __ CULBUBN.
FELTER & CO.,
i No. li«; Battery stroot. s?in Francisco,
IMPI RTERS OF AND WHOLESALE
dealers In Wines, Liquors and c;tr rs. p.
o.Box 2125, San Francis lm
Corner Eighth and J streets.
rpWENTY-TWO NEW Rooms JTJST
. 1 added ana complete for occupancy. New
ilture, c .r, ets. etc Best ace mmodationa
t»r families. Terms moderate. Electric cars
pass thed wrOTi rv i.x minutes.
_se2-tf NEAItY A FLAHERTY, Ilops.
PLAZA CASH GROCERY
IK)E< KEL A CO., Proprietors,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, ETC.
j E3uiil< Teas and Coffees o
j N. E. Cor. Tenth and J Streets.
Free delivery of goods to any part of the
Of the Well-known
880 iiei'is, one mile oust of Pirns
WE WII.I. hEI.I.
TO-MORROW 'Thursday), Sept. 3d,
A T 11 A. M..THIS PINE RANCH, WITH
„ \ all the Improvements thereon; wu be
noid as a whole or subdivided. Auk>, 20 line
Horses. SO Cows. 6Hpringand Farm \\;i.".i s.
Plows, li rows. Cnlttvaton and a general
: eui t tanning Implements and stock.
Also, all the Household rurniture cents aed
in the r. si leace on the ranch. T« rm- ■
D.J.SrMMONS ,': fo.. A net t-.i.e, r .
it Balcsroom, Eleventh and J
on the premises, 32? Lstreet,
TUESDAY, SEPT. Btli,
At 1 1 O'clock A. M.
T AM rNRTRUCfrED TO SELL THE WEST
I half of th south ha t of Lot \.> ... k 10.d
L. T;.i nl :>nd Fourth rtrt ets, next to tbe corner
ol Fourth, • ether with the At two-story
b , in. 1 i br . k .:•... 1 inp and addi lons,
I rooms and bath In the two stoi
ment. This nropert.3 is now I 1 1..1
-the r.;. -•;: ot sail . t.i.t em b< r nted im medi
al v. A sate meat be made. Terms at s ;i ie.
XV. 11. >A. Rn.'-IN. /vuct on or.
got* $vo*. & <JTo.
Another elegant novelty has been added
to the Dress Goods stock. It is a tine Black
Cheviot with a side-band of rich lustrous
Black Astraehan running along the lower
selvage. It is one of the new things of the
season, and is only one of a galaxy of beau
tiful stuffs that we have imported this sea
son, specially for high-class trade.
We are selling "Hales Oliver" Gloves for
$] a pair. It is in four and six-button
lengths and is in black and colors. This
glove contains a line quality of kid, the
original prices be $1 25 and $1 50 a pair.
As the peerless "MAGGIONI" Glove has
superseded them in v f nv stock, we have made
the price $. a pair to close them out.
One of the annoyances to which large
women are subject is the difficulty of pro
- J A
curing ready-made Nightgowns of extra size,
for which the average underwear stock makes
no provision. To meet this want we have
had a line made to order, which we are
selling for 5i 25 each. Made of good mus
lin, with yoke of tucks and embroidery, and
neck and sleeves embroidery trimmed.
HALE BROS. & CO.,
Xos. 825. 827, 829, 831, 833, 835 X St., and 1026 Ninth St.
GRAND DISSOLUTION SALE.
Although we have been working at high pressure each day since our
dissolution, there is at present no diminution of our huge stock, and there
fore we sh\ill not abate our energy or relax in our efforts to please and
satisfy our Numerous customers, as we arc determined to close out several
thousand dollars' worth of goods to make room so urgently required for
our fall and winter goods, which are daily coming forward in large quanti
ties, and in due time we shall enlarge upon them, but the present high
temperature of the season does not lay us under that necessity at this
moment. Day by day we are engaged marking down goods preparatory to
the following day's requirements, and while making liberal concessions to
the public our desire is that such concessions shall be so pronounced in
their character and so startling in their proportions as to distance all com
petitors. In the pressure and hurry of business we have overlooked the
following lines, which cannot fail to find immediate sale:
LADIES' BUCK STOCKINETTE JACKETS.
Reduced from $4 20 to $2 65; reduced from $6 to $4 20;
reduced from $8 50 to $5 25; reduced from $9 to $3 75; re
duced from $11 to $0 50.
Tho foregoing prices wo aro satisfied no ono can touch.
LADIES' BLACK LACE SHOULDER CAPES.
Reduced from $9 to $4 25; reduced from $15 to $6 50:
reduced from $1S 50 to $8 50.
I _u>-o redactions spesk tor themselves.
Kroiin 2 to 12 yeaivs.
Reduced from $4 SO to $2 25; reduced from $6 to $2 75;
reduced from $7 50 to $3 SO; reduced from $10 to $4 25.
Reduced from $4 50 to $2; reduced from $7 SO to $3 SO;
reduced from $G to $3 75; reduced from $10 to $3 75.
BOYS' JERSEY SLITS.
From 3 to 8 years.
Reduced from $5 SO to $2 25.
CHILDREN S COATS.
From 3 to 6 years.
Reduced from $4 SO to $2; reduced from $7 50 to $3 50;
reduced from $10 to $3 75.
We realize the fact that there is practically no limit to our future field,
and with this in view we intend to offer every possible advantage to the
buyer, with the assurance that it carries with it increased reputation to the
seller, and at this special period of our firm's existence, reputation is
Wasserman, Davis & Co
Corner Fifth and J Streets.
AGENTS FOR THE BUTTERICK PATTERNS-
ALL-SILK LOOP-EDGE RIBBON
For the neck, white and black ground tvith colored loops,
MARIE ANTOINETTE RUCHINGS,
SILK GRENADINE SCARFS.
SILK WINDSOR SCARFS,
CREPE AND LACE JABOTS,
CREAM WHITE ROMAN PEARL BEADS,
5c a String.
In Apricot, Light Blue. Gray and Old Gold,
c a String.
W. I. OITTHTeQO eJ ST.
AT AGWCCLTDRAL PARK
| Thursday, Sept. jd.
ENORIAoS MILLION AIRE
;. ,_, .;-y
■ - •.• ;>-.^ .-,'___-./ i*J. '.•■: - .■ .■
,m y^* J ?. >»- -m-. V 1.' v-^S______3_l__mb_mBV\ 0. ..
fail Roman Bippodrome,
WILD MOORISH CARAVAN,
Spectaeolar Pilgpiiagc to Meeea,
Orand Aviai-y, Trained Animal Exposition,
ROYAL JAPANESE TROUPE,
Arabian Nights' EnterUinmcnt. Tho World's
Mostßlsnal Wonders, nuw for the
r'.m time exhibited.
CVREME, The Great.
The Everywhere Trinmphant, Ail-Bewltchlng,
Emotional sj.ivnish Dancer.
The only pair of full-grown Giant Hippopot
ami. The only pt\lr ol Midget Cattle. The
only flock of Qianl Ostriches. The only Hair
less Hone. Three Rings, Doable K'!<<ratecl
Stage, a Twenty-Century Racing Circuit.
All kinds ofThrilllng Contests. A.U theGreaV
esl Perfbrmers. All the Most Brilliant Acts.
_\io>t Ast< nishliiß Educated Beasts. Features
Worth Their Weight in (iold. Thousands ol
Tuns of Entertainment.
The I.ivln? Wonders of Erery Clime. The
< Ireatesl Artists of Every Country. ThePinesl
Performance of Any Era. Foreign Sensations
Thrilling innovations, inspiring Races. Ber
ber and Bedouin Athletes. Fun forthe Little
Folks. Delight for All. The Grandest, Most
Popular ana Perlect Amusement Alliance on
Magnificent and Sensational Highway
Holiday Free IMAplays.
One admitting to ail. Two performances
dnliy. at 2 and «r. m. Doors open one hour
SACRAMENTO SWIMMING BATHS.
OPEN FROM r.:30 A. M. TO 12 M : 1 TO
6 i\ M.. and from 7 to 10 v. m.
Baths reserved exclusively for ladies on
Mondays and Friday, trom 0 lo 11 am!, and
on \\ ednesdaTS from 3 Lo 5 i: m.
Admission for adults, 25c or five tickets for
$1; children under 16 years of aw half r.rw
monthly commutation Ucketa |3; children
!rtuDb ; ,rt': ,:1",r,n *' inCiUdcs s^mmlnj
Applications for swimming lessons should
be made to ihe Superintendent s"outa
The right to refuse admission and to eiect
reserved. A 1U aus.tr
; Wire Cloth.
Schaw, Ingram, Batcher
SIT and 219 J Street. Sacramento.
SHERWOOD HALL NURSERIES^
MENLO PARK, SAN MATEO COUNTY, CAL.
I Carnations, Roses, Chrysanthemums
and Cut Flowers.
! 43* SWEET TEA SEED A SFECIALTY.-S*
GUNS AND HARDWARE.
BVAA.A CO, AUCTIONEERS, WILL PELL
THURSDAY, September 3d, nt 10 a.m.
sharp, on the premise*, 803 X street, by order
ol MR. .). 11. MERRALL, all the stock of
Guns, Hardware and r« >oi=? contained in said
Dealers In the above good* please afc»
the entire stock will be *<>id In lota
and to the high< st bidder. TKKMs CASH.
BELL * CO., Auctioneers,
i i- |t 1004 J street,
W. H. SHERBURN,
828 X STREET, - - SACRAMENT*
I have tho Largest Stock of
SECOND-HAND -:- FURNITURE
In Sacramento. Also a fine line of
Crockery and Glassware,
Which I will Roil less V.mxx any house la
Northern California. Try me for prices, as I
will not be andem >t L
ALSO AGENT FOR
AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANT
OE NEW YORK.
SINCE ITS ORIGIN THE NOW KA MOT'S
PROGRESSIVE DISPENSARY. located
,n Odd Fellows' HuUdinK, STOCKTON, hafl
been the means of restoring to perfect health
thousands of unfortunates, many ot wliom
had been given up to di<- by other physicians.
A number of ladles and gentlemen have given
permission to refer to them as Living vouchers
of the-rent institution. Call aud learn their
experience yourself, Remember, while thero
is iif. there is hope, and if any power on earth
can save you It Is tho staff of physicians and
surgeons ofthe Progressive Dispensary.
Consultation Free nnd Sacredly Con
fidential. Bacb visitor seen privately and
cures guaranteed. Om-of-town patients can
DISEASES WE TKEAT SUCCESSFULLY:
Asthma. Catarrh, Nasal, Throat and Lung
Diseases; Diseases Of tho Digestive Organs;
Constipation, I.iver, Kidney and Blad
der Complaints; Bright*- Disease; Dia
betes and Kindred Afflictions: Diseases of
the Bladder; Stricture, Fits, Nervous Dis
• .-• -.-1.0-t Manhood, Exhausting Drains,
Seminal Weakness. Piles; Ail Chronic Com
plaints; All Diseases of a Private Nature;
"Lack of Youthful Vijror In Men." tho
Result Of Excesses, Abuse, Overwork or Dis
sipation, Positively and Rapidly cured. Di»
ea esof Women treated with unfailing suc
We would remind tbe afflicted thnt this in
stitution is >uj>plh d with skill, ability, facili
ties and appliances for the s-.iccessml treat
ment of all classes of diseases and chronic ail
ments, no matter trom what ctuse arising.
If our physicians cannol cur- you, no power
on earth can. therefore A afflicted with an ..di
luent or disease conic where genuine abilltv is
a ruling feature, where success is our watch
word and the alleviation of human sutlertng
DR. JAMES SMITH and staff of physicians
and Burgeons from the above Institution are
permanently loeutr-d in Sueratoento.
Consultation rooms, ground floor-Ma
sonic Building, corner Sixth and X
streets (entrance on Siith\
1 IHE UNDERSIGNED BREWERS OK THE
_ City of Sacramento respectfully represent
to their patrons that, owing to tho continual
high prices they arc compelled to pay for ma
terial used, together with other Increased cost.
In the manulacture of their product, ti
unable to continue the allowance of the spell
ings heretofore in existence, and hereby agree
that on andatter September 1, 1891, the fol
lowing schedule of prices for beer shall be
In half barrels, $3 each.
In third barrels, 82 25 each.
In sixth barrels, $1 26 each.
F. C. KNAUER,
Sacramento, August 2il,A 891.
ao3l-lw [U.A s. C.l
The latest and best invention
Tor Pumping, Spraying Fruit
Trees, Running All Kinds of
Machinery, Electric Light
3d and 36 Fremont Street.
SAN FRANCISCO. PAT.
GUI £*!#£" L,c oE
Erili B l€& FLEAS
CHEOSOZONES^.«^^ t i,Sf2
the roosts or in nc*t boxes, will kill all Uoo on thi
-ff-. rr ,^ your dealer ior !t. <" "end dirert to ua
t": ice M ct.» pet quart can, by cxpre«3 Clrculare ire*
letaluiua Incubator Co.. Petaluma. Cal
R^* D JH E WEEKLY UNION TO YOU»
C^ menus iv the J£a»u