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SETTLED AT LAST.
The J-Street Assessment Matter Dis
posed Of.
Mr. Henry Will Either Abandon tho
Road, Shift tho Track, or
Lny Another One.
Tho Board of City Trustees held a
special meeting last evening for the pur
poso of adjusting, if possible, the street
assessment on J street, east of Twenty
first, and also for the purpose of deciding
what kind of gravel should be nsed in
the improving of Sixteenth street from B
to R.
Mr. Henry, of tho Electric Railway
Company, was present. He said that as
he understood the situation the property
owners on J street wanted his company
to either pay tho assessment, or put
down a double track, or ■ remove the
track, or take it up and put it in tiie
middle of tho street. He asked F. L.
White, a property-owner, if this was not
correct.
Mr. White said he wanted the company
to put the track in tho middle of the
street, or else pay tho assessment for a
double track.
Mr. Henry stated that if the property
owners on the stivct would .sign a p'jti
tim that his company do one of four
things he had mentioned he would com
ply with the request within six months.
Jlc wanted that Length of time, because
the winter was about to set in and tlie
work of removing the track could not bo
:i oomplished without much difficulty.
S. Solon I 1011, the attorney for the
Street Improvement < k>mpany, had some
suggestions to make. He asked Mr.
Henry if he would give his personal
c uarantee to the property-owners that
in ease he laid a double track within one
year lie would pay the assessment now
levied against him. Mr. Holl thought if
an order to this effect were passed by the
board it would be entirely satisfactory to
Mr. Henry agreed to do this, but tho
Mayor wanted the lime extended to three
yean. Mr. Henry thought this was ask
ing too much of him.
<ity Attorney Hart was present at tho
request of the board, and he gave it as
his opinion that the Central Electric
Company had not forfeited its right to
lay another track on .1 street. He be
lieved that right was with the company
as long as the franchise existed. Unless
the company did lay a double track on
the street, an assessment for two tracks
could not legally be levied on them.
Tho discussion began to grow weari
some, when Trustee SlcLaugnlin made a
motion to the effect that the Central Elec
tric Railway Company be ordered either
to pay the assessment and remove the
track to the middle Of the street, or lay a
double taack within six months, and
tliatani'w assessment roll be made out
by the city.
Mr. Henry said this would be satisfac
tory to him, but thought it might be well
to add the clause "or abandon the road,"
bo that the property-owners would un
derstand that the company possessed
that right. lie also asked that he be
given a couple of months more time than
the motion of Mr. McLaughlin called for.
[f he decided to lay a double track ho
would like to do so when the weather
was favorable.
Tho time was extended to nine months
and the motion was carried unanimously.
The matter as to whether or not the
board should Insist thai the Streel Im
provement Company use Folsom gravel
in improving sixteenth street, was fully
<■ : wjussed.
The company was represented by J. O.
Col, man and S. S. Etoll, who claimed
that when they bid it \>as their intention
to use either the Folsom or red gravel as
they saw lit. The company, however,
was not able to make satisfactory ar
rangements with the owner of the Fol
m :n pit.
The board decided to tako no action in
the matter until it should learn to a cer
tainty the wishes of the property-owners.
It was agreed to take up the subject again
next Monday.
INCORPORATED.
Several New Enterprises Filo Their
Articles.
The following articles of incorporation
were filed In the .Secretary oi' Suite's
office yesterday:
Pasadena < Quarterly Meeting of the Ke
lia;i<:us Society of Friends. Principal
place ef business. Whittier. Directors,
D.«'. Andrews, Thomas Nicholson, Ben
jamin Sharplos, John C. Chambers and
imin Cox.
ivings Bank of Oakland. Capi
tal stock, i. Directors, V. l>.
r, W. I. .'ones, John W.
Phillips, W. O. Palmanteer, J. C. Ains
worth, victor 11. Metcalf, A. C. Henry.
< harlesD. Pierce, Frank k. Shattuckana
J.. «'. Morehou .
Antioch Advent Christian Church of
Contra Costa County. Directors, D. ]{.
J:>s!in. \V. K. Young, F. L. Taylor. J. N.
( hristian and * ■. L. Schott.
Sunny Valley Orchard Improvement I
Company of San Francisco. Capita]
Directors, William Van
Yoss. Louis L. Levy, David Beatty,
Cbarlea Porter Silkman, William Rat
ledger, K. 11. fcfozbach and Melville -M.
Keionaburger.
The Alliance Wigwam Association of
iiid. Capital st.irk. 110,000. Di
rectors —L. L. firomwell, G. <". Perkins,
('.<•. Alexander, N. W. Spaulding, P. K.
ham. K. M. Herriclc, W. 8.-Hamil
. . Denisonand F. S. Stratton.
I. Eberhart < Company <>f \
Francisco. f'.ipitai st<»-k, $90,
Directors George I-. Kberhard, 1- re !<•;■-
Ick !.. Alderson, John.l. Wirtner, Wfll
lam L. Huebson and Frank H. E&eegan.
Mount Moriab t^aartz Mining Com- |
i ■ j of Downieville. <"apitai stock. :
,000. Directors M. H. Lawlor, 1). j
Cflavin, John Harris, s. B. Davidson and
A. P. Davidson.
Articles of agreement consolidating the
1 - Angeles and <>''<an Railway Com
pany and Long Beach and Alamitos Bay
Kailway Company under tli<> name i>fth">
Long Beach and Alamitos Bay Railway
Company. Capital stock, $100,000. Princi
pal place of business, Los Angeles. Di
rectors E. Bouton, s. o. Houghton, T. ;
J*. Burnett, E. I. Johnson, .lames Camp- I
bell, A. W. Barrett and H. L. BiaeelL
MEISS. ANTICS.
Tho Old Rancher Threatens to Shoot
His son-.
ll'iiry D. M'-iss. Sr., h:is be«-n j-r: - , |
acnin on complaint <>i hi* s.m, Henry
■a, -Jr.. th;> time on • charge of thn
:._ni::-t ...
Despite the fact thai he has been dis
charged as cured from an insane asylum,
the old man still continues to act pecu
liarly. He believes that his sons and
daughtei I 1 roh him of his
property.
Last week, w «:rain that had
just been sold, was about to be hauled >>ir
the ranch, the elder M edaahot-
and put hi* sons and the workmen to
it. |lle threatened to kill them all
;ht.
The case v,-;is to have been heard j i
Psed in Millions of Homes— 40 Years the Standard.
SACRAMENTO DAILY KECQHD-1 TXIQX, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1891. —SIX PAGES.
day, but on account of the absence of
Meiss' attorney, the matter went over
until next Monday.
WITH THE ATHLETES.
Tho ComliiK '•Indies' Nljrht"—Future
Amusement*:, Etc.
The directors of the Sacramento Ath
letic Club held a regular meeting last
evening and decided to give its next
"ladies' night" at the gymnasium on the
29th inst. On this occasion the medals
wua at the recent boxing tournament
will bo presented to the successful cou
testants.
A communication was received from
the (>lympic Club, in which a special
boxing match was proposed between
William Johnson, the local club's middle
weight champion, and Louis llagau of
San Francisco. The Olympic Club oilers
a handsome trophy to "the winner. The
matter was laid over until Mr. Johnson
could be consulted.
The directors discussed the advisability
of giving a grand bal masque during the
coming winter, but nothing definite was
done.
It was decided to replace the present
wrestling pad in the gymnasium with a
new and costly one of boiler felt This
will Le ;i great improvement. Several
other additions to tho gymnasium were
ordered purchased.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
Allan Towle of Towle's Station is in the
city.
Slate Prison Director Sonntag is in the
city.
Miss Fredda Cox is homo again from
Oakland.
J. 11. Barham, the Santa Bom attorney,
is ill the city.
Miss Lottie Stevens has returned from
Pacific Grove.
Marshall Hale left for an extended visit
East last night.
Mrs. Senator Dray and family are back
from Santa Cruz.
l)r. Finlaw of Santa Rosa is a guest at
the Capital Hotel.
I. DoTurk, State Viticultural Commis
sioner, is in the city.
L. W. Burns, a banker of Santa Rosa,
is at the Golden Eagle.
Captain C. B. Knocker of England is in
the city to sco the races.
Mrs. c. i;. Remarque has returned afte
a month's visit to the sea coast.
Miss Gertrude Miller has left for San
r rancisco to resume her studies.
Miss Paulino Foster has returned from
a visit to friends in San Francisco.
C.L.. Ecklon and James H. Burnham
of Folsom were in the city yesterday.
Ex-Assessor George \V. Lewis of So
noma County is attending the Slate Fair.
Rufas Murphy, a prominent lumber
man of Sonoma County, is attending the
races.
Patrick Rico has just returned from a
visit of several months with relatives in
New "S ork.
Walter Byington of Santa Rosa, son of
the Internal Revenue Collector of this
district, is in tho city.
Miss Lista Wittenbrock has returned
from a two months' visit to San Fran
cisco and seaside resorts.
Chairman Morehouse of the State
Board of Equalization came up from his
home in San Leandro yesterday.
M. T. Brewer, formerly of this city,
has been spending several days hore,
combining business with pleasure.
i:<m. 0, P. Berry came down from
Ynba County pesterday morning and re
turned last night on the Oregon express.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Wilson of
San Francisco are now in Paris. They
sail very shortly for New York, en route
for home.
William llanlo.u, the well-known liv
eryman, was tendered a surprise party
yesterday afternoon. It was a boy
twelve pounds.
Mrs. \V. T. Ellis and Miss Ellis have
returned to Marysville, after a lung visit
to the Hotel del Monte. They will bo in
San Francisco during the coming season.
or Liheniti, the great oornetist,
now in the city, is a guest at tho Hotel
Roma, second and J streets. He is daily
visited by large numbers of his country
men.
The home of Governor Toole of Montana
baa been brightened by the birth of a
son. Mrs.Toole was Miss Lilie Rose
crans, a daughter of General W. S. Rose
crans, "the hero of many battles."
Rev. Koss Taylor, representative in the
United States of Bishop William Taylor's
self-supporting missions in Africa, is
visiting this coast from the Eastern States.
He is the guest ofhis mother in Alamcda.
ll<- is a brother of Stuart Taylor and City
Attorney Taylor of San Francisco.
AMUSEMENTS.
The Kate Castleton (\ unpany concluded
its engagement last night to a rather light
house at the Metropolitan Theater.
To-night at the Clunie Opera House the
Australian Novelty Company, twentv
ftve performers, begins au engagement of
live nights. The company has been very
Baccessful in the State, and recently played
a satisfactory engagement in San Fran
cisco. In the troupe are Kublar Kahn, a
modern magic worker and conjurer:
Moulton and Dashway, iho best triple
horizontal bar team in the business. The
Girards, athletes, have \"-cn seen here be
fore, and were very successful in winning
favor. They have few equaU. Other
specialists are Basco and Roberts. Emily
Althea, Gould and Hurt, Ravelle and
Norton, Laverne and others. The pro
gramme is to be varied between magic,
athletics, gymnastic, character acting,
songs, dances and comedy. The prices
are low.
Auction Sale To-Day.
At 10 o'clock a.m. to-day Bell A Co.
will sell at auction, at their salesroom, at
I(hh j street, horses, baggies, wagons and
a consignment of single and double work,
••art ani i buggy harness and saddles Pot
ter maker), blankets, whips and harness
makers' tools.
Also two elegant bedroom sots, one
parlor Bet and four pieces Of parlor furni
ture, spring mattresses, wool-top mat
tresses, carpets, cook stoves, etc.
Who Was She?
It has been leaiMnri tlint the young
woman who jumped ;"i the river, near
the lower Merkeic> n rA c< yesterday, was
not Mrs. Van Roy ol Twenty-ninth and
< streets, as supposed from the descrip
tion given of her to the police. The ques
tion now is, who was the suicide?
Legal Holiday.
To-day being Admission Day, and a
ie^ ral holiday, the I'ostoffice will be open
in all departments between the boon of
>■ a. v. and! i. :. The general delivery
will be open also between •; and 7 in tiu>
evening. The regular deliveries will be
made by carriers.
Athletic Entertainment.
Among the attractions to i>;> bad this
week will be an athletic entertainmenl to
be given by Bob Fitzsiramons, th»
famous Australian boxer. Jimmit
roll and oUm i s.
SF\:'nr leave all orders lor goods ;it Cham
& Co.'« 63 I X street *
STILL AT IT.
A Robbery Within a Stone's Throw
of the Police Station.
Switchman "Jack" Shields Is Held Up
—Special Officer Stafford Captures
the Robbers.
Some more of the robber fraternity
came to grief last night.
"Jack" Shields,the well-known switch
man, found a cool niche on the doorstop
<-f Dillman'a saloon, at Front and I
streets about 11 o'clock and fell asleep.
It was not long after when two men came
along, and thinking they had found a
Tollable "drunk," proceeded to ascertain
what Shields had in his pockets.
shields woke up and was about to seize
one of the robbers, when the latter struck
him in the face. Both of tho miscreants |
then took to their h"els. They ran down
Front street to J, and turned up the latter
street. Shields gave chase, and as he
turned Into J street shouted for help at
the top of his voice.
Special Officer Stafford heard him, and,
getting sight of the fugitives, headed
them oil". One of the robbers eluded the
officer but the other was captured and
taken to the Police Station. Arriving
there he gave his name as Sam Brown.
He told Officer Stafford that he was led
into the all'air by his companion, who
was an old timu garroter. Brown said
be had only met the man live days ago,
when the latter arrived from Portland,
and did not know him by any other name
than "Joe." He said that "Joe" told him
that he came to Sacramento to gather in
some money during the fair by holding
up people. Brown declared that he had
never robbed a man before in his life.
He denied that he was the oue that struck
Shields, although the latter is quite sure
that it was Brown.
Brown gave Stafford a fall description
of "Joe," L-y means of which the officer
was enabled to make the second capture.
The men will have to answer charges of
attempted highway robbery.
COYOTE SCALP BOUNTIES.
The Sheep Men Think They Ought to
Be Paid.
George W. Scott of Madison, Yolo
County, a prominent wool-grower, lately
had an interview with a reporter in
which he said that he was disgusted at
the argument that because a bounty had
been offered on wolf scalps the jack-rab
bits were increasing at an alarming ex
tent, lie said it was preposterous, be
cause, if for no other reason, the law had
not been in effect long enough. He re
cited that there were over 4,000,000 sheep
in California, that the wool industry was
one of the greatest in the State, and that
the thousands of growers thought it was
but fair that it be protected a little, the
same as the horticultural and other in
dustries. He said all the talk of the State
being overrun with jack-rabbits was an
exaggeration.
"The coyote," he continued, "works at
night, is lleet and exceedingly cunning.
It destroys large numbers of chickens as
well as sheep. Since the days of the
colonial existence oi' many States boun
ties have been given for wolf scalps.
New York has given $30 each for years
and 020 for panthers, the wolf being con
sidered the worst.
. "Illinois, Missouri and Nebraska have
given bounties on wolves almost ever
since their admission. Kansas gives jtf
for every coyote, wolf or wildcat scalp
and live cents for each rabbit. Ohio
gives ten cents for the scalp of an Eng
lish sparrow, and Michigan has a similar
law.
"If jack-rabbits are so destructive win
not give a bounty for them? California
is the second sheep-producing State of
the Union, and ought to stand a bounty
on coyotes when thousands of dollars are
annually spent for destroying parasites.
Tho wool-growers think it right to spend
money for destroying fruit pests, and
they think there is an equal reason why
they should be protected. Tho law is
good as it now is and the coyotes are de
creasing.
"For two years Yolo County sheep men
have given a bounty of .sls and the coun
ty ;> r>. At first twelve to fifteen scalps a
month were brought in. Now the aver
age is scared}- two. We can now raise
one-third more lambs than we used to,
and the taxable property is being in
creased."
SUPREME COURT MINUTES.
IN BANK.
UOKS \.y, .September 7th.
14,581—1n matter estate of Backus—On
written suggestion <>f the death of Francis
Backus, respondent herein, and motion i»y
appellant,and it appearing that C. N. Barker,
Public AAmin.Btrator of Ventura County,baa
been duly appointed administrator o*r the
oMate of said Francis Backus, deceased, or
dered that C. N. Barker, administrator us
aforesaid.be substituted us respondent here
in In place and stead of Francis Backus. The
court.
Admission of DonaM Downle On motion of
C. M. Jennings and presentation of license
from Supreme Court, Province of Quebec, and
evidence of moral character, order* <1
that Donald Downle i>e and be is here
by admitted to practice as an attorney
and counselor-ctfrlaw in all the courts <>i this
Btate.
Adjourned.
Telegraphers' Paralysis.
Following is an interesting letter from
W. S. Cassell, one of the managers of the
Western Union Telegraph Company:
"Bloominc/ion ilnd.),.)an. 12, 1886.
"I have been in the telegraph business
for more than twenty yenrs, and for the
past live years have been troubled with
what is called writer's cramp, or tele
graphers' paralysis. At times my arm
became so weak that I could not use it in
sending dispatches, and haa to use my
left. Have spent many restless night%
the pain reaching from my hand up into
my shoulder. Tried everything I could
hear of, but with scarcely any relief.
Having strained my left side a few weeks
ago. I got one of AIXCOCK's Plabtkrs,
as I usually do in such cases, and acci
dentally happened to sco where some one
had cured a weak wrist by using one of
these plasters. I got another at once and
cut it in two and pot one-half around my
v. rist. In less than two days after the
pain had entirely left my wrist and arm,
and in two weeks I could sr>nd nearly as
well as ever. I write this hoping it will
reach the eyes of others who may be
afflicted as I was, as I know there are
scores of them."
Died Suddenly.
Franklin Ramsey, a colored man who
of late has been employed as a porter at
the sutter Club, died suddenly last even-
Ing at ISlfi Fifth street, where lie rooms,
iie has been troubled for some time with
h art disease, and it is believed that this
caused his death. Coroner Clark took
charge of the bod?.
Concert and Dance.
A coneort and dance will be given at
Richmond Grove on Sunday next, Sep
tember 12th, in the afternoon and even
ing, by the Hussar Band. Dancing will
continue from 3 till 10 o'clock p. x. The
management announces that tho best of
order will be maintained.
Fingers Amputated.
A brakeman named Manning, em
ployed on the Placerville, road had his
hand badly crushed yesterday. Two of
the fingers had to l»e amputated.
A fly caused tlio death of a man at
Vienna. He was walking on tho street
when the insert suddenly took a position
on liis forehead. As soon as it left a
swelling appeared, and the man soon
alterward died of blood poisoning.
Dr. Mott,the Gov't Chemist,says:
"The Royal is undoubtedly the
purest and most reliable baking
powder offered to the public/
MERKLEY'S HOP HOUSE.
It Is Totally Destroyed With Its Con
tents By Fire.
Late Monday afternoon the hop-house
on R. J. Merkley's ranch was totally de
stroyed by tire. The origin of the tire is
unknown, but it is believed to have been
spontaneous combustion.
The hop-house was a large two-story
wooden structure. In it were something
more than 150 bales of hops in :«.ll stages
of oaring. The whole structure was
jitlame within a few minutes after the
Llazo broke out, and in less than half an
hour there was nothing but ashes to mark
the spot.
The loss, exclusive of the building, was
probably £{,000 or more. The building
was insured for §4,500 and a policy of 9300
was carried on the equipment. A por
tion of the hops was under contract lor
delivery, and the agreement required an
insurance of §2,000. This is all the insur
ance carried on the hops.
.+. .—
In the warm weather you may get all
tired out and run down, and affections of
the blood may trouble you. Bood'sSarsa
parilla is just the medicine to give you
strength and health.
Bad Blood.
■^rfigßßaL Impure or vitiated blood Is nine
Jf^jjSfiJ&gjk times out of Uu caused by some
ffPlt ±*@5m *orm of coustiPation or intligc«
afcjfife^ on iHt e^°Ss UP tne system,
"gjjilg^- *^T when the blood naturally be-
Kjejsr ' comet impregnated with the el
fete matter. TheoldSarsnparillas
attempt to reach this condition
by attacking the blood with the
irastic mineral " potash." The potash theory is
Did and obsolete, Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla is
modern. It goes to the seat of the trouble. It
irouses the liver, kidneys and bowels to health
ful action, and invigorates the circulation, and
the impurities are quickly carried off through
;he natural channels. _
Try it and vote its delightful
ictioU. Chas. Lee, at Beumish's f^^ko^S
Third and Market Streets, S. F., tt«M|i
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jlood and while on the first bot- T^i^'lf
Je became couvinced of its mer- </j^
ts, for I could feel it was work- RBSfce^K^
ns a change. It cleansed, puri- W&^AWJmSIq
ied and braced me up generally, * A 7
uid everything is now working full aod regular."
Inil'c Vegetable
Jliy d Sarsaparilla
NOTICE TO HACKMgf AND EXPRESSMER
YOFR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO SEC
tion 5 of the City Ordinances relative to
registering huclcs ;ind other velileU's. You
an- directed to call immediately at the office
oftheChlel of Police and procure your num
ber. WARREN F. DREW,
seft-tf Chief of Police.
Daxniana
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repairing on guns and rifles a specially, fefeod
for price-list. No. 523 X street, Sacramento,
Cal.
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TIIK FINEST LUNCH HOUSE—CAPITAL
Ale Vaults. HAOELE tV: SVENSSON.
Lunch from 11 a. >t. to 2 P. M. Clam Chowder
and Mussel Soup every evening.G to 12 o'clock,
l-inest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. aulo-tf
KEGULAR MEETING OF NAOMI W^
Chapter, No. :u\. V. K.s., will br In id jW^
at Masonic Temple THIS (Wednesday)" T "
EVENING at 8 o'clock.
BALLIE A. WHITE, W.M.
Ma Bm. Boyd, Secretary. _l t*_
MEETING DF-UWnssu TKIHE, _-««»
. No. 39, Impd O. It. M.. '!<>-" "3 fc^*
NIGHT at s o"cU>ck sharp, linpui- w~
tant business. -**ft^J2*
i:- .John HANTZMAN,Sachem.
OLIVE KKANCH LAIUES' smIKTY.-
Regular meeting THIS (Wednesday)
EVENING at 8 o'clock.
LAURA BERCK, President.
Della Maqixit.Secretary. it*
OC. P.—INITIATION AT BACRAMENTO
. Council, No. 9C. THIS EVBNING at
7:30 o'clock. Visiting members cordially in
vited. MK\ j. MARSH, C.
C. H. Dxhtok, Secretary. It*
:UHiittc&.
ANTED — TELEfEE X QRNISHED
rooms permanently, suitable lor boase
keepiug. Address "\V. J. H., Uox 429, Sacra
men to. se9-3t*
\%' \si\.\)— A GIRL TO DO GENERAL
\> housework. Apply at 1520 M st. se9-tf
TI7ANTED—TO RENT A CIGAR STAND
>> ill business part Of the city. For pai
tirulur.s Inqulreat 12a Tenth street. seB-6l '
TXT ANTED—A GIRL FROM 8 a. BE. to 2
>\ r. k. Inquire 1213 F street, second
house north ride. se^-it
TIT-ANTED —YOUNG MEN 17 TO 20
y\ years of age. Apply CHAS. E. PHIPPS,
Supt. \Veinst<JCK, Lubin & CO. se7-31
WANTED— TO RENT, A COTTAGE OF
flve or six rooms, both hut und cold
water. Must be in flrst-elass condition. Rent
promptly. Address A. P., this office. a3l-tf
TXT ANTED—A LOCAL AGENT FOR SAC
\\ rameiito und vicinity to sell, wholesale
and retail, the greatest remedy for chronic
diseases ever placed upon the market. To an
energetic agent we otter very liberal induce
ments. Audress lor particulars TEMPLE OF
HEALTH MED. Co., .Market and Third
streets. San Francisco. au2B-2w
WANTED A DESIRABLE TENANT
wants a furnished house of lrom seven
to twelve rooms. Address "JB," Box 30b Sac
rumento P. o. au27-lf
\\ J ANTED —43 MEN AND BOYB TO
>V make up a club for bicycles; §1 50 to
§ii 8u per week; cash prices on installments.
Inquire at MELVIX'B, 713 X street
WANTED- HORSES TO PASTURE, NO.
1 pasture. Inquire tor TODHUNTER.
at \o\o end of bridge.
TIT ANTED—FIVE GENTLEMEN, WIDE
YV awake, with good address: salary or
commission. Apply to THE SINGER MA-N
-UFjA.crrLKI.NG CO., 7U13 J street.
WANTED— MEN FOR FARMS, VlNE
yards, dairies, and all kinds of labor;
women and for cooking and general
housework; plenty ot work for desirable help.
Apply at iSaLPLOYMENT OFFICE, Fourth
street, X and L.
OST—AT THE DEPOT, aUgUBT
a black Astrakhan cape and autograph al
bum. Finder return to !»u4 J street and be
rewarded. se9-2w
O LET-NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS,
single or en suite, at ,hJ»u Eighth street,
between H and 1. -<".t-3t*
rp6 LET—FURNISHED R" >< >MS. MRS. C.
XA. D. GRAY, 7UI >v, J street. se7-1 w •
TO LET—ONE FURNISHED FRONT
room, three blocks from the Pavilion
breakfast if desired. 1421 Q street. se7-3t«
Ili > KENT- NEWLY FURNISHED R< X >MS~
. single or in suites, with gas, bath, etc. In
quire at 918 M sti-.. !. seo-4t*
mo LET-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
X one block from Pavilion and electric cars.
1602 L. seo-it
rr • LET—TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS
X suitable lor housekeeping. Inquire C. H
KKEISS A Cu.. 626 J street. se4-tf
p LEEMAN HOUSE. CORNER ~TH IK f>
\JT and J streets. Sacramento. This house
bus been rebuilt, newly papered and painted
throughout; public reaaing-ioom and bath
room free to guests; transient customers so
licited; single rooms, 125e; double rooms, sue.
MRS. A. GLEKMAN, Proprietress. se3-lm
mO RENT-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
X iii a desirable location. Terms reason
able. Inquire at this ofllce. se3-Gt*
mO LET — TWO FIVE-ROOM HO USES;
X rent f 12. Apply at 916 N street. se;w;t*
ITIURNISHED ROOMS, WITHOUT BOARD,
JC at International Hotel, 320 to 320 X
street. W. A. CAS WELL, Proprietor. se2-tf
FOR RENT—THE PACXFIC.727 J BTREET,
newly furnished rooms. A. E. PRATT.sI-lm
mt > LET—THE BRUCE HOUSE. <US " J
X street, b.tv.em Tenth and Eleventh. In
quire at GUTHRIE BROS.', 127 J street
mo RENT—CITY HOTEL, SACRAMENTO;
X 00 rooms, all furnished; doing good busi
ness; rare chance lor hotelman; no others
need apply, For particulars inquire of P
OONLAH, 33 l X street.
FURNISHED ROOMS AT CENTRAL
House from 95 per month upward: also
laiuily rooms at low prices. HORNLEIN
BROS., l'roprietors.
ifOB. SALE — ON E SKELETON~WAGON",
lirst-eiass make, in tir.-t-class order, and
suitable for speeding. Inquire at A. MINIS
TER'S CARRIAGE FACTORY, «JlO Ninth
street. seB-6t
IJIOH SALE, CHEAP—A HOUSE ANdT.OT~
' Inqui re at 1! 11 «j N street. se7-f it*
rpOR SALE—A RESTAURANT DOING
Jj tir.-t-ciass business. Address P., this office.
se4-tf
FOR SALE—BLACKSMITH AND WAIiuN
shop in a railroad town. Doing a lirst
clasa business. Inquire at this office. sa-2w-w2C*
ipOR SALE, OR TO RENT ON LEASE—
' Thirteen acres of rich bottom land adjoin
ing city, suitable for gardening or dairy; will
growaltalta; has good barn and fences, small
cabin; it sold will take small payment down,
balance on time to suit purchaser. Appl\ to
JAMFS HOLLAND, 1711 Q St., City. 'auol-U
rpOR SALE—COMBINATION rULLfARD
Jj table, almost new; cost $375; will sell tor
$150. Apply at 1023 Third street. an2B-tl
OOR SALEr-A ROADSTER, CART AND
J harness. Applj to 227 X st. an26-tf
i^OR SALE OR TO RENT—IGO ACRES OF
good land, well improved, four miles from
imvisville (John Moouey'u old place); new
house and barn, good ouibuildings. Inquire
ol CATHERINE tfURNS, Slater's Addition,
below Pioneer Mills. au22-lm*
IpOB SALE CHEAP—ONE OF THE OLD
t-st hotels in tlu^city^ Apply at this office.
iIQR SALS—ONE OF THE FINEST AND
largest saloons In the city; extra family
entrance; best location; .stock and tease. In
qnire at this office.
iTKXR SALE t>K T<) RENT ON LEASE—
Ten acres of bottom land, one mile below
Washington, Yolo County; if sold will take
small payment down. Apply to EDWIN K.
ALSIP A ( < >„ Real Estate and Insurance
Agents, 1015 Fourth street.
IX)R SALE—A FARM CONTAINING 87
' acres, situated ::1. 2 miles from county seat
and 1 mile from railroad station; 50acres un
der cultivation, planted in trees, vines, etc.:
;>7 acres in Umber; good buildings; good well
and spring, :j horses and harness, •_' wagons, 7
head stock and all necessary farming utensils;
the above land is nearly all under a large canal.
Reason for sale, old age. Inquire of \VM. A.
X RAMP, Diamond springs, Cal. jyl6-3m*
iJiOR SALE—I4O ACRESOF RECLAIMED
land on Grand Island^Sacraznento county,
firbutlng on Ole; River, between Walnut Grove
and lslelon; orchard of pears, plums and
quinces; will be sold at a bargain. For terms
and particulars inquire at this office or at the
U. S. Land Office, Baa Francisco.
BaSiER'S GLYCEROLE OF IS
For Coughs and Colds.
A SPEEDY AND RELIABLE CURE.
{Fourth and K. streets and all Sacramento
Oraactea,
g*» ITcnjmrcil.
THE NONPAREIL.
GRAND DISSOLUTION SALE.
The renewed and reconstructed firm are fully resolved to avoid the two
extremes of deceptive cheapness and fancy high prices. The new goods
are coming in so fast that it keeps us busy to find room, hence the extra
ordinary cut in our pricces. It may be possible to duplicate our tioods for
the money, but we do not know how it can be done. Ail we can say is, if
you are looking for a bargain in any of our linos of goods we can put one
in your way. We propose to put the screws right down M everything, and
to show our complete mastery, by reason of prices, in all classes of Dry
Goods. We possess both the means and the ability, and with each invoice
that reaches us we intend to maintain strictly low prices. We invite your"
.Dress Department.
Check Worsted Suitings, 36 inches wide, in medium dark shades, reduced from ;sc
to ioc a yard. They are certainly extraordinarily cheap.
Plaid Worsted Suitings, in fall shades, the latest novelties, choice patterns, reduced
from 35c to 22-lc a yard. Very desirable goocl».
Herring Hone Camels' Hair Suitings, reduced from 50c to 32-Jc a yard. These have
all the apparent qualities of much more expensive material.
Plaid Bourette Suitings, in a variety of shades, raniiing from light to dark, reduced
from «oc to 35c a yard. These are a special bargain.
All-wool Henriettas, iv all shades, 38 inches wide, reduced to 45c a yard.
All-wool Serges, 38 inches wide, reduced to joe a yard.
All-wool Diagonals. 40 inches wide, dark, lull shades. We now offer these at 40c a
yard. H
Mohairs, 32 inches wide, in browns, grays and evening shades. This is a special
line, reduced from 50c to 25c a yard to close.
Camels' Hair Suitings, 42 inches wide. in Monday finish, reduced from 75c to 45c a
yard. These cannot be equaled for the pi ice
We have hundreds of other bargains which you should see and which
we will be pleased to show you.
it you are not yet ready to purchase, we insist that you acquaint your
selves with our handsome stock. You'll be treated courteously'and may be
converted to our way of thinking.
Corner Fifth and J Streets.
AGENTS FOR BUTTERICK PATTERNS,
glows' department!
Many are the Attractions
at These Counters.
To start in front, we meet a line of extra Quality
ALL-SILK GROGRAIN RIBBON,
In all widths, up to 22 included. The price is
Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs,
Beautifully embroidered and just auch
goods as you usually buy for 50c. 'fhe
CHIFFON RUCHINGS..
In black, cream, rose, gray, blue, gold, in
two styles.
Price, $1 50 and $2 a Yard.
FOUR STYLES OF CORSETS,
In sizes from 18 to 25, black and gray.
Price, $1 a Pair.
"We beg to state that these are as good as
Thompson's E at £1 75. The low price we
quote is evidence of how xvilling we are to
give our customers the benefit of our advant
ages, for
We are Doing Business on a New Plan
That will make lots of friends for
The Chas. Weiger Dry Gils Co,
519 and BI9L J Street.
(BETWEEN FIFTH ASD SIXTH.)

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