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Three of Them are Decided by the
The Judgment In a Land Case Set
Aside—A Conviction for Forgery
Sustained by tho Court.
The following Supremo Court decisions
were filed yesterday in the Deputy Clerk's
office in this city:
Otto Brandt vs. O. M. Thompson (ap
pellant) and Herman Brandt. The com
plaint averred that tho plaintiff was tho
owner of certain described land iv Fresno,
and the defendants asserted an interest ol
some kind in the land. The prayer was
that the defendants bo required to set
forth the nature of their asserted claims.
The defendant, Herman Brandt, who is
the plaintiff's brother, made no defense.
The lower court rendered a decision to
the effect that the plaintiff was the owner,
in feo simple, of the land, aud that
Thompson had no interest therein, except
that as a mortgagee "to be determined by
proper suit of foreclosure against plaintifl
therein." Thompson appealed from this
The Supremo Court reverses this judg
ment and gives leave to both parties to
amend their pleadings as they maybe
AJTOTHSB FKKSNO CASK.
Tho case of Andrew Jackson vs. H. R.
Hyde (appellant! was also a Fresno case,
and the purpose ofthe action was to have
It decreed that the plaintill* is tbe equita
ble owner of a certain described eighty
acre tract of land; that the defendant
holds the legal title thereto in trust foe
plaintiff, and that defendant be required
to convey the same to plaintiff.
Judgment was rendered lor tbe plain
tiff aud the defendant appealed. Tbe
judgment is affirmed by tho Supreme
A CONVICTION UrHELD.
The People of theStato of California tb.
W. R. Bibby (appellant, was appealed
from a judgment of conviction i'or th.
crime of forgery; and also from the ordei
denying the defendant's motion for anew
trial. He was the Deputy County Super
intendent of Schools of Fresno County,
and the information charged him with
forging, uttering and passing, with intent
to defraud the nrst National of Fresno, a
certain writing. The amount was
Th<- defendant filed a demurrer to the
information upon various grounds, which
demurrer was overruled. He also mow d
an arrest of judgment, and the motion
was denied, lie contends that the onh-i
is illegal on its face, for the reason that il
did not appear by the information that il
was accompanied by a bill of Items; thai
such an order is worthless paper, save foi
the purpose of forming a foundatior
upon which to issue a requisition to the
Auditor lor a county warrant, and tha;
no requisition could issue in this case be
cause the order was not accompanied by i
bill of items.
The "Supreme Court says this conten
tion cannot bo supported. The ordei
Was valid Upon its face, and fulfillet
every requirement of the law.
The court also adds that, "aside fron
several reasons mentioned, it would seen
the evidence of the forgery of othei
trders ofthe same character, and at abom
the same time, by the appellant, in the
line of a systematic course of conduct
would be admissible for the purpose o:
showing the guilty knowledge of the ap
pellant When he passed the forged ordei
relied upon in tiiis case."
The judgment and order are affirmed.
CorresiHmdonco of Interest to the
[Under this heading the Ukcord-ITnion
Will publish short letters from corres|>ondfcnt!
on topics of interest tothe general public. Th<
matter in these communications will be un
deratood to represent only tbe views of th<
writ- rs. All communications must i-eaccom
panled by the name of the writer, not lor pub
Ideation, unh ss so desired, but as a guaran te*
of good (kith.—Eds.]
Black Baas vs. Carp.
Eds. I!kcoki>-Union : Seeing your ar
ticlo this morning on the destructiv*
carp, induces me to again attempt to di
ec the attention of the Fish Commis
sioners to a remedy, aud at the same tim<
a godsend to anglers, as I have several
times done in the past. Eight or ter.
igo I wrote to Hobert 11. Roosevelt,
then Fish Commissioner of Now York
describing onr river and kikes, and aak*
ing him if black bass, either tlie small 01
big-mouthed species, or both, would not
do well in them. He wrote me at length.
telling me that both would do well, al
though the small-monthed bass preferred
clear water, but tbat either would in
rapidly in this climate if their food
supply was abundant.
Al that time the Sacramento was i
muddy stream. Now, thanks to the ces
sation of hydraulic mining, it i.s compara
tively clear, and the small-mouthed buss
would do well in it.
A^- every angler knows, the bass are
gamey, and furnish an excellent substi
tute for trout-fishing. Tbey are voracious
seders, and if once introduced into our
s in sullieient numbers won!
solve the carp question and provide the
people with one of the best of food tishes,
and the angler with a fish that will take
both lly and bslt and with as much tight
to the square inch aa any fish that swims.
The Fish Commissioners can easily
procure all they want, either <>t spawn or
young Bah, :is the bass is found in all the
(States ofthe East and the Mississippi. It
they will only stock our waters with them
they will deserve and receive the thanks
of all our anglers and preserve the food
for our wild fowl as well, by keepinjj
down the increase of the carp.
Some years ago 1 think when ),. I.
Redding, was one of the Commissioners—
a number of bass were placed in a pond
H ar san pranolsop, with the nndersTaud
ing that the increase were to bedistrib
ited through the .State; but I have been
medthat the owners of the pond af
terward refused to allow it to be done, bj
what right or for what reason I do not
Gentlemen of the commission, can yoi;
tot Import a few hundred thousand eggt
and stock our waters for us? We need
only black i ass for our anglers and
cock for our gunners to make tlie Sacra
mento and San Joaquin Valleys tin
HporUmau's paradise. W. L. Wii.i.i.-.
"Roll of Honor ol students at tho Chris
tian Brothers* < olleire.
The monthly distribution of tosti
monials at tho christian Brothers' Col
lege took place* yesterday, with the follow
ing result i'or Beptember, in the varioui
Hs: William EL Murphy BO—L
Walter J. Hennessey Bi—2, Edward
Kelly 88 ■**. Qeoige Keels 86- 4. Bd round
'ayne 85 --1, Thomas H. Kelly OT.—2, C,
P. Donovan B7—B, Daniel CL Swcenev
88— 1, Howard A. Burke 81—2. Daniel I.
78 •;. Oherli a Welle 7*"*— *, William
F. Morley 7»J—ti, William .1. Kaa
68 B. Bdward J. Meßride 88—1. Jot p !
M. Murphy 68—1, Joseph M. Brookeßb—
;;. Oliver B, Sanve 81 t>, Francis i. Kur
pinkaky vv B, Thomas P. O'Connell 82—
_L Henry H. Heisen s2—o, John l". Tusoh
. John Kent 92—1, Charles Francis
'.'1 J. Charles A. Booker OT—2, George J.
Billion 88 1, John V. Welch 87 6,
George 11. White 88—6, James F. White
W—7, John Bulger 88—8. Henry K.
fcjhoonan 88—8, Joaeph L. Araego 82—10,
George C Welch 81—11, Jerome Sullivan
M—ll, William A. White bl —11. William
Kitagerald 80—14. John Fitzgerald 80 14,
A'illiain Cahiil 80—14, John Me<.'uireV'l
3, John Lavelle OT—2,Albert Steinmillei
«k>—;i, Coliiiin Flahertv 87 -1. Henry **••
,-eiif 87 —l, Thomas Hall st; e>, Howard T.
(Sheehan 84 , Henry T. Burks 88—8,
Allan It. (Sweeney 82 :\ Alfred a. Harrif
oi—lo, William U. Turton 77 11, pftnunnU
BAUItAJMJCJNTO DAILY KJKUOBD-UXIOy, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1891.—SIX ±»A«IiS.
Azevedo 7*6—12, James McGushin 75—13,
Nicholas M. Stephano 82-11.
Quit© a Fall In tho Temperature—Notes
The lowest temperature yesterday
morning, by the Weather Bureau re
port, was 48?, and the highest 70°, with
brisk and drying northerly winds.
The highest and lowest tomperatures
one year ago yesterday were 74° and 54°,
and one year ago to-day 70° and 54°, with
Ugh northerly winds reaching a maxi
mum velocity of HO miles per hour, and
The lirst precipitation in October of
last year occurred on the 19th, and was
then but a sprinkle. The lowest temper
ature last year for this month was 44°, on
The moan or average temperature and
the total rainfalls for September are as
follows for the stations named: ( dympia,
nn-an temperature 57° and total pre
cipitation V.CO in* lies; Fort Canby,
513° and 4.80 inches; Portland, (51°
and 2.120 inches; Roseburg, 02- and .1)0
of an inch; Red 1!lull, 73" and .18 of an
inch; -Sacramento, 70" and .10 of an inch.
The wind during Wednesday in this
city averaged 19 miles an hour, reaching
quite frequently at variable intervals a
maximum velocity of from 25 to 'il miles
per hour, and an extreme velocity ot
about 48 miles per hour.
The barometer is now rising, and if this
northerly wind lasts the weather will still
be getting cooler and dryer, and. there
fore, no matter how cool it gets there can
be no frost, for the dew point is too many
degrees lower than the temperature of tho
air, and unh ss the atmosphere becomes
almost stagnant, or still, there is no
danger froni frosts.
The following heat record for August
is furnished Observer Barwick by Mr.
Wilkinson, the Observer at Keeler, and
shows that Furnace Creek has its right
Highest temperature, 122°, on the 34th;
lowest temperature, 73°, on the Bth; mean
temperature, 99.2°; mean maximum tem
perature, 114.0"; mean minimum tem
perature, 83.4°; mean humidity (from
thermograph), 100.8 : greatest range, 42 .
on the 21st; least, 17°, on the lath: total
precipitation, .60: thunder-storms. .51
fell in 30 minutes on the Kith; highest
wind, 51, south, on the loth; average 8 a.
m. temperature. 86.8 0; average Bp. m.
temperature, 111.3 .
A Neighborhood (Junrrel — Buralar
Lewis Held lor Trial.
In the Police Court yesterday Joseph
Mertens was found guilty of disturbing
the peace of »Mrs. Chambers. Mertena
started in to move a fence so as to bring
it further in on Mrs. Chambers'property,
and she object* d. She and her daughter
told the court that Mortons used some
very bad language to them. The defend
ant was ordered to appear October loth
Ralph "Lewis, the burglar whom John
King caught coming out ofa fruit store
on Second street one night last week, was
held to answer before the Superior Court
The case of Patrick McCaffery, charged
with disturbing tho peace, was dismissed
at the request of the defense and with the
consent of the prosecution.
The case of J. L. Gomes, charged with
misdemeanor, went, over until the Oth
Jim Spade, who had been drunk, was
fined $5, and Thomas Mack, who was
brought to jail in a similar condition, was
allowed to go.
Department Two—Van Fleet, Judge.
Thtrsuay, October 1,1891.
Ella M. Waldron vs. Louis Waldron—Con
Kreuzberger vs. Wingfield—-Additional time
allowed defendant to move for stay of pro
SAX FRANCISCO STOCK SALES.
San Francisco, October 1,1891.
* MOKXI.NG HOAKD.
Belcher 1 45 Mexican 2 45
Belle Isle 50c Mono 15c
R. 41! 2 70 N. belle Isle 30c
Bulwer 15c ophir 3 60
Caledonia ioc Peerless 5c
'hollar 1 50 Potosi 2 'O
('. i'..tV .V _ Savage 2 85
''. N. V 10 Scorpion 30c
• '.Point 1 4 0." 1 45 8.8.4 M 05c
Delmonte iocs. Nevada 250
O.d! C 1 To I'nion 2 45
H. 't N 1 50(3,1 55 Utah 50c
Kentuck 20c Y. Jacket 1 55
Belle Isle 50c Mexican 2 GO
Bullion l 75 Nev.Q'n 15c
Bl ,v li 2 70 Ophlr 8 70
Com'wealth 25c I'otosi 2 05
Choliar 1 40 Peerless 5e
«'. Point 1 lo Savage 2 so
ti A C 1 70 Utah 55c
H. A: N 1 45 Y. Jacket 1 60
I>o you have distress in the stomach
after eating, or fiuntneas, heartburn, head
ache, or other dyspeptic symptoms?
Hood's Sarsaparilla will tone the stomach,
give an appetite, and cure you.
Berlin Cough Cure
For coughs and colds and all lung and
throat affections this article has superior
merit. It Is perfectly harmless, gives imme
diate relief and cures tlie wont cases in from
two to three days. Indorsed hy our best pby
sidana. Try a bottle and yoa will always
keep it. Priee,fifty cents a hottle. The W. il.
i Company, >an Pranclsco, sole propri
etors. Kirk, Geary A < 0.. sole agents. Try C.
C. Liniment for aches and pains. *
1 imk la tho only tost of <renuine merit, and
time has proven the Domestic Sewing Ma
chine io be the best, A. J. Pommer, corner
Ninth and J. *
» i i v licenses and water rents now due. Pay
on or betore tlie 1 otli inst. and save costs. *
ACME^\ T I
BL ACKJNG % ]k
OTHER DAYS, WASH THEM CLEAI\^
WITH WET SPONGE £&~
1 LADIES, IT COSTS
cent a □ foot
to change the appearance of old
Furniture so eornpletely tiiat
your husbands will think it in new.
£/ WILL DO IT W ask FOR IT.
WOILFF & RANDOIrf'H, PiUlad'alphia.
-,A% c majcr moro porous
S»t;j£j pla<=ter3 than all other
■ 'A?. makers in thia coantry
\»-.-.7y| comtilned, because tho
Vf-jfw P"''»''" appreciate the raer-
S U ifl }t t-!l'lt exists In our goods.
/ H \ BKNBON*B is the only me
' jj t l dieinal plaster for house
*s\ V #1 bo,d use< all others helng
%' 'X / weak imitations. Get the
f WJ or \ Genuine.
HP iIL'THf-V WONDERFUL GERMAN
men and women should u»e
Vr. Lieblg's Won dertul German Invigorator
No. l. Tiiegreetcst tonic for the brain and
nerve-.. : h and •trcnjrth lo tbe re
produeiive organs and cures nervous di
Impaired development In yoatb. premature
decay in ohi, s< nuna! weakness, gleet. Invlg.
orator N<>. :> cur.-s bladder ami' kianey dis
•:ii leucorrbea, prostatorrhea. the' com
plication preventing the ears of aboveconv
pliinin. To prove its menu, a£l bottle i
or sent ma. Cailon or addresn l»lt. t.lEßle^
Cu.. Spectallsta !.>r Dlseaan of Men. two
Geary isau Fiaau.sco. tliw
PRINTING OFFICE "PI."
Editor Larkin Had More of It Than He
no Objects to the Quality, and "Wants
His Landlord to Put Up for tho
Loss It Entailed.
The suit of J. N. Larkin against W. 11.
Hamilton for f!24 damages, came up for
hearing before Justice of the Peace Do
vino yesterday on the defendant's de
murrer to the complaint.
Mr. Hamilton is the lessee of the Po.st
offico building, at Fourth and X streets,
and, it appears, rented a couple of rooms
to Mr. Larkin, where the latter estab
lished the office and composing-rooms of
the Sunday Leader 4 Mr. Larkin alleged
that shortly after he had taken posses
sion of the rooms a portion of the ceiling
fell down, making havoc with his types
and editorials. lie said his furniture was
damaged, and he was put to the expense
Counsel for Mr. Hamilton demurred to
the complaint on tho ground that it did
not state facts sullieient to constitute a
j cause of action, lie said that the only
Istatutory remedy Mr. Larkin would
i have had, would have been to make the
I necessary repairs and withhold one
I month's rent, or else vacate ti.e premises.
11. Lj. Buckley, who represented Mr".
Larkin, argued against toe u'VnuiieV.
Judge Devine took tbe case under ::.
visement, but intimated that unless b)
found authorities to change his opinion,
he would sustain tho demurrer.
JEWISH NEW YEAR.
An Event of Religions Significance—
This evening is tho traditional Jewish
New Year's Eve, and as such is the intro
duction to a period of reflection and
prayer. The occasion will be duly cele
brated by the Jewish residents of this
There will be services at the Synagogue,
commencing at 7 o'clock, also' at 10
o'clock to-morrow. The musical pro
gramme will be very elaborate, and ser
mons by the Rabbi will be delivered dur
ing each service.
To-night's address will be on the sub
ject of "Tho New Year, and Its Mes
The following articles of incorporation
were filed in the Secretary of State's
Shasta Gold Extraction Company of
Sail Francisco. Capital stock, '&*".00,000.
Directors--W. H. Garlick, A. B, Paul,
John Mullen, F. L. Wiswall and L. Sea
American Exchange Hotel Company of
San Francisco. Capital stock, £"10,<JO0.
Directors—W. P>. Moore, W. H. Jordan,
W. A. Henshall, Charles Montgomery
and William Montgomery.
Southern Caiifia Mining Company
of Los Angeles. Capital stock, $lUO,OOO.
Directors—Alfred Solano, A. N. Hamil
ton, J. P. Early, M. D. Johnson and H.
Gold Thread Mining Company of Los
Angeles. Capital stock, 15,000,000. Di
rectors—Albert Caldwell, E. L. Stern, L.
C. Moroland, Lewis A. Groff and P. L.
North Clinton Gold Mining Company
of San Francisco. Capital stock, 82,600,
--000. Directors—Charles E. Gunn, G. Hig
gins, D. C. Scott, Robert Briggs and W.
Real Estate Transfers.
The following real estate transfers have
been recorded since our last report:
Peter J. Shields to C. and A. F. Stu
darus—Forty-eight and eighty-four hun
dredths acres on the line of the S. V. R.
11., in Brighton township; 93,750.
Mary A. and Emma Mier to James Mc-
Nasser—South half of north 50 feet and
south :J5 feet of north half of lot 8, X and
L, Tenth and Eleventh streets; §1.
Railroad Hospital Report.
The report of the Superintendent of the
Southern Pacific Company's Hospital for
the month ending September 30, 1891, is
as follows: Number of patients in hos
pital, September 1, 1891, 88; admitted
during month, 72: discharged, !J0: on
hand October 1, 181*1, 50. Total number of
Srivate house and oilice patients treated
uriiig the month, 367.
Altogether too Cheap.
The telegraph conveys the harrowing
information that a big reduction has been
made in the price of barbed wire. This
will bo anything but pleasing news to
those who have occasion to go across
country, especially when wearing gum
Dr. Dlllc's Lecture.
A treat is promised all who attend Rev.
Dr. Dille's illustrated lecture entitled, "A
Week in Wonderland." It will be given
at the Sixth-street M. E. Church this
evening, and will bo for the benefit of
the Young Women's Christian Associa
Taken East for Burial.
Last night the body of Jacob P. Bris
sell, the young man who died a week
ago while in the employ of Mebius&'Co.,
was forwarded to his parents in New
York. Religious services were held yes
terday at the residence of A. Meyer.
1017-1019 Fonrth St., Sacramonto.
-riMBALMING A SPECIALTY. GEORGE
Xj H CLAKK, Funeral Director and County
Coroner. Telephone No. 18i.
W. J. KAVANAUGH, Undertaker,
No. 51 :S J *t., bet. llfth and Sixth.
A LWAYS ON HAND A LARGE ASSORT-
J\ ment of Metallic and Wooden Caskets.
Burial Cases, Coflins and Shrouds furnished.
Coffin orders will receive prompt attention on
short notice and ut the lowe.-t rates. Ofliea
open day and night. Telephone No. 303.
(Successor to Fritz & Miller),
QA~ X STREET (ODD FELOWS' TEM
*f\)t) pie). A complete stock of Undertaking
Goods always on hand. EMBALMING A
SPECIALTY. TeleDhone No. IS6.
A. L. HART,
west corner Fifth and J streets, Rooms
12, 13 and 14, t-uttcr building.
WM. M. SIMS,
A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
jt\ Lindley Building, rooms 5 and 6,1009
B < -nth strn t, cor. J, Sa. r.imento, Cal. jel-tl
CIIAI-NCKY 11. DOHH. S. SOLON HOLL.
HOLL & DUNN.
LAWYERS.— OFFICES, 020 FIFTH ST., :
Sacramento. Telephone No. 14.
CHARLES H. OATMAN.~~
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW.
OFFICE- -4^o J street, Sacramento, Cal.
Notary Pub lies-
I Weak Men and Women
SHOULD DIE I>.\!f!A*YA KITTER!*.
Great Mexican Ketac ly; gives Health
1 an<" Strength i>> Urn Sexual O^jv.]?.
.1. HAHN _ CO., 100 J Street. Agon}.
INNUAL MEETING.—THE EEGULAR
; j\ anm;al meeting oi :he stockholders ol (be
! entor Drift Gold Mining Company vrlil be
lull at the offios ol the eonipanv.at Sacra
mi nto City, Cal.,on Monday. OCTOBF :
! 1691, at 7:30 J', m., for tbe purpose ot electing
five dim-tors t.i serve 6 r the ensuing year,
•mid for the transaetloa ot such other busine
: as may lawfully come before the inn tin^.
1 sexivMUt* .JOHN J. BAUER, Secretary.
<£ha«ocfcr "jpatli* for the |£ci> ©ausre.
oiicatiois k for Kit Shortly!
We are prepared for it; you should be. A lively trade will
shortly commence for
IF 10 O TWIG AJES,
Of every description. Many new lines and novelties have ar
rived during the past ten days and been placed in stock.
Aiso, the CELEBRATED CAXDEE RUBBER FOOTWEAR in
Men's, Ladies', Boys', Masses' and Children's Boots, Overshoes
and Rubbers in all the latest shapes and styles from the cheap
est to the best grade. We have received the agency for the
above line, which gives us an opportunity of carrying a larger
assortment than others. Candee Rubbers have a reputation su
perior to any and equaled by none throughout the United States.
CANDEE li!!* SNAG-PROOF ROBBER BOOTS,
.CANTO imm HIP RUBBER BOOTS,
CANDEE ARCTIC OVERSHOES,
j CANDEE FOOTHOLDS.
Many new lines of Men s and Ladies' Footwear have been
placed in stock, of which we mention :
Ladies' Grison French Kid Button Shoes, made on a
natty square-toe last, with an extreme long vamp, hand
turned, S3 50.
Ladies' French Kid Seamless Foxed Button Shoes,
blue black cloth top, square toe and tip, hand sewed,
For comfort we have a Men's Calf Seamless Hook and
Lace Shoe, wide toe with a tip, heavy double sole, calf
lined, $4. For durability it has no superior.
Men's Calf Congress Gaiters, tip and plain toe, sewed,
every pair warranted, $2.
Men's Veal Calf Seamless Congress and Lace Shoes,
medium wide toe and tip, standard sewed fastening, all
solid, $1 00. 4
FEEL LINE OF HEN'S, YOUTHS AND BOYS' OVERCOATS NOW IN STOCK.
Boys' Overcoats, $1 25 and up.
Youths' Overcoats, $5 and up.
Men's Overcoats, $3 and up.
CANDEE RUBBER FOOTWEAR FOR ALL.
"y—^>^ Our sale of MILLINERY will continue
jivb^-O^ until the lines advertised are closed.
C. H. GILMAN,
RED HOUSE, SACRAMENTO.
*Bh is & solid hajxdscHtra c&keof
scooting snap which h&s naeqa&l
for all cleaning purposes exc:epHn
the laundry* To use ii is To v&tua ft-
What will SAPOLIO do? Why it will clean paint, make oil-cloths
bright, and give the floors, tables and shelves a new appearance- It will
take the grease off the dishes and off the pots and pans. Yon can scour
the knives and forks with it, and make the tin things shine brightly. The
wash-basin, the bath-tab, even the greasy kitchen sink will be as clean as
a new pin if you use SAPOLIO. One cake will prove all we say. Be a
clever housekeeper and try it.
BEWARE OP IMITATIONS. THESE IS SUT ONE SAPOLIO;
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO., NEW YORK.
\YWwmWkW''*~ Vl " v'° CREAM BALM-Cleanses tbo Nas^m^TJf-^.
SSBP^^^RH Passage*, Allays Fain aud Inflammation, HealstW^^**-»"J£li. V
■ _r Tfljfl the Sores, Bt-storen Tanto and Smell, and Curoftj^^ATAßt^V^
■ v." a^^^^B?Mß' Of Every Description.
H. K. WALLACE, 813-815 J Street.
W. D. COMSTOCK,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
FURNITURE, BEDDING, MIRRORS, ETC.
SQI and SQ3 X Streot. Corner FlftH*
JK \\ MW Furniture and Carpets,
U ilO. U. Im ilu Wai i Paper of __ m _ _ ( __ for Priw list
All-Al3 X Srteet, Sacramento.
"kl^neT a* flobergT
WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS. 428 J STREET. BETWEEN FOURTH AND
Fifth, dealers in WATCHES. JEWELRY and DIAMONDS. RFPMRINQ in all Its
: branches a specialty, under Mr. Fioberg. Agents for ROCKFORD WATCH COMPANY.
LEADING JEWELER OF SACRAMENTO. AGENT FOR PATEK, PHILIPPE A CO'ft
WATCHES-best in the world. SIGN 6f THE TOWN CLOCK,' 315 J STREET Sac
YT7"II D ATTTTTTOf keb*ps °n hand a fink link or
WM. L). MILLE/IY, diamonds, watches axd jewelry.
-M *C- Repairing of Watches and Jewelry
No. 698 J_St.. Sacramento. CaL. "j made a specialty.
PES ■ gsa tfbx DR. WILLIAMS' INDIAN PILE OINTMENT
M "W will cure Blind, Bleeding aud Itching Piles. Itabsorbstho
tumors, allays the itching at once, acts as a poultice, gives
'- &P9 w^ instant relief. Prepared only for Hies and Itching of the
1^ private parts. Every box is warranted. Judge Coons, of
; d Hal Maysville, K. V., says: "Dr. Williams' Indian File Oiut
"^ BLm E-\L— I^Jw ';:-';tt oared me after yt ars of sß&feiing." Boldbydmgaista
■ BB Bn \mj\W sent by mail on receipt of price, 50contsandfL00per box.
For Sale at JOSEPH HAHN 4 CO.'S, Druggists, Fifth and J Sts., Sacramento.
t'jotcla axxli gSe&tcutrantG,
GOLOKN EAGLE HOTEL.
Corner Seventh and X Streets.
OTItICTLV FIRST-CLASS. FREE 'BUS
O toandtroni thecals.
W. O. BOWERS. Proprietor.
Corner Seventh and X Sheets, Sacramento.
STRICTLY FIRST-fLAss. FREE 1 BUS TO
and trom the ears. B. B. BROWN ftn>
merly of the state House Hotel, Proprietor.
mHE LEADING SOUSE OP SACRA.
X mento, Cal. Meals,2s cents, WM. LAND,
Proprietor. Free 'hus to and from hotel.
Corner X and Fifth Streets, Sacramento.
CENTRALLY LOCATED AND CONVEN.
lent t<> all places of amusement. The best
family hotel in the city. Tlie table always
supplied with the best the market affords.
Street cars lrum the depot pass the door every
five minutes. Meals. 25 cents.
C. F. SIN<iLE TON. Proprietor.
Cornor Eighth and J Streets.
mWENTY-TWO NEW ROOMS JUST
1 added ana complete for occupancy. New
furniture, carpets, etc. Best accommodations
lor families. Terms moderate. Electric cars
pass the door every six minutes.
seg-tf NEARY A FLAHERTY. Props.
MRS. P. BRYDING, Solo Proprietor.
NEWLY FURNISHED AND RENOVATED
fine tamily hotel: a well-supplied table;
airy rooms; terms moderate: accommodations
excellent. 112andll4J street. ar>l-3m
THE SAODLE ROCK
Restaurant and Oyster House.
FIRST-CLASS HOUSE IN EVERY RE
spect. Ladies'dining-room separate. Open
day and night. BUCKMANN A CARRA
GHER, Proprietors. No. 1016 Second stra t.
between J and K. Sacramento.
X STREET. FIRST-CLASS HOME
•141 cooking. "Board by the week. EMIL
FENTZLING, Proprietor, formerly chief cook
1 Saddle Rock Restaurant. se4-lm
NINTH AND X STREET RESTAURANT
and Oyster House. Ludy A Schlutter, pro
prietors. Open day and night. Private rooms
for ladles. Ice cream parlors. NONE PUT
WHITE COOKS EMPLOYED. se22-lm
|fruit», §eel»0, tyVoOxxx:c, (gtc.
W. R. STRONG CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Fr-LLit a.-ndl Produce,
S. GERSON & CO.,
Froit, Produce and Commissidn Merchants,
P. O. Box 170.
W. H. WOOD & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers and Shippers of
California Fruits, Potatoes, Beans,
Nos. 117 to 195 J Street^aorjamento.
CURTIS BROS. & CoTi
General Commission Merchants,
Wholesale Dealers in Fruit and Produce,
308, 310, 818 X St., Sacramento.
Telephone 37. Postoffice Box 335.
CX7GKNE J. GREGORY. EBANK OBEGOBT,
GREGORY BROS. CO.
SUCCESSORS TO GREGORY, BARNES A
Co., Nos. 126 and 128 J St., Sacramento,
wholesale dealers in Produce and Fruit. Full
stocks of Potatoes, Vegetables, Green and
Dried Fruits, Beans, Alfalfa, Butter, Eggs,
Cheese, Poultry, etc., always on hand. Orders
tilled at LOWEST RATKSL
"notice to contractors.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
ceived at the office of the Board of
Trustees of tlie Southern California State
Asylum lor the Insane and Inebri
ates, in the Farmers' Exchange Pank
building in the City of San Bernardino,
San Bernardino County, California, until
i:J oVlock M., MONDAY, the 12th day
of Octoier. iss9l, for performing the labor
and furnishing all materials urn ssary for the
construction ot and completion of each of tlie
following branches of work:
1. Eor pi rformlng the labor and furnishing
all materials for the construction of a reser
voir and pipe line.
2. Fbr performing Ihe labor and iurnish
ing all materials for the construction of a
3. For performing the labor and furnish
ing all materials for the electric wiring of the
buildings now in the course of ere. tion.
•I. For perform ing the labor and furnish
ing all materials lor the «as piping and steam
in atlng oi the buildings now in the course ot
Separate proposals will be received for each
of the above branches of work and a contract
or contracts based on sucn proposals will be
Drawings and s;>rcific.itions for each of the
above branches Of A'orK can he seen daily from
9 a. m. until 5 r. M.at theofficeot the Board of
Trustees, inSan Bernardino. < al.
Blank proposal forms and all information
in regard to the manner in which proposals
are to be tendered can be obtained at the
aforementioned office of the the trustees.
Each proposal must be accompanied by a
bond of 10 per cent, of the amount of the pro
No Chinese labor or materials manufactured
by < blnese labor are to be used in any of tho i
above branches of work.
The Board cf Trustees reserve the right to
reject any or all bids if found necessary, as
the public good may require.
il. L. DREW, Chairman.
JOHN MORTON. Secretary,
For the Board of Trustees ot the Southern
California State Asylum for the Insane
and Inebriates. sl?-td
lIENLO PARK, SAN MATEO COUNTY, CAL
Carnations, Roses. Chrysanthemums
and Cut Flowers.
JS- SWEET PEA SEED A SPECIALTY.-^
t DDTITniTITf D- Johnston & Co. ]
riliiM lllMbr 410 J STREET.
|P ' ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY PROMPTLY FILLED ' S
*iacrrtmcntc* (City Uoticc*.
NOTICE OF STRECTWORK-jTo.Tli
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVXM
that the Hoard of Trustees of the ritvof
Sacramento, on the 14th day of September
1891, adopted a resolution of its intention to
order the f lilowing street wora to he done, viz.:
ihat ivigkt'i street irom the south line of E
street to the north line of o street Toe
improved by -railing and graveling to the
official grade, constructing cobble gutterwnys
redwood sorbins and granite crosswalks ai
the street and alley crossings, with r.-dwood
culverts at the Intersection of F street.
For further particulars reterenee Is hereby
made to said resolution on file In the office of
the street Commissioner,
Hoemmonto, September 1891
_, . „ WM. MctAUOHLIK,
Street Commissioner of the v'ity of Soero-
NOTICE OF STREET \VORK~\». 104
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY OIYEN
1 that tiie Board of Trustees ofthe ritvof
saeramento. on the llth day of Septemtx r,
1891, adopted a resolution of its Intention 10
otder the following street work LO be done, Via
Ihat Eighth street, trom the south line or a
street to the north line of G Btreet, be Im
proved by grading and maoadi mumgto tho
official grade, eoi stmctlng redwood curl big
and bond laid basaltgutterways with redwooa
culverts at ttie intersection of F street.
For further particulars retereiuo Is hereby
made to sold resolution on illo in ttie ottioS)
ol the Street Commissioner.
Sacramento, September 29,1591.
Street Commissioner of the City of Sacra
NOTICE OF STREET WORX-Ne. 109.
PUBLIC NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN
± that the Foard ot Trustees of the Cits of
sacramento, on the 2 Ist daj of September.
1891, adopt) d a resolution of its intention to
old r the folio vt Ing -t net work to be done, vi/..;
Thatasewei be constructed in the alley hi
tween N and O atreet in said city, from near
the west line of Fenth strei tto near the center
line ol Ninth street, of v itrlaed ironstone pipe
eight 6) Inches in diameter.
FOr further particulars reference is hereby
made io su a resolm ou on die In the office of
iiif street Commissioner.
Sacramento, September 29 1 891
WM. Mi LAI GHLIN,
stnet Commissioner of the oty of sacra
NOTICE OF STREET WORK—Na iia
PUBLIC NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
JL that the Board of Trustees oi the city ot
imento, on the 'jist day -i September,
1891, adopt* d a resolution of i*s im tntion to
order the lollowing street work to be done, \i/^
That Fourteenth street trom tin south line of
O stnet to the north line of P street, be Im
proved by grading and graveling to the official
grade, constructing redwood curbing and till
ing behind the game for a width not to cxc el
eight (8) feet, and constructing On rOn pine
plank crosswalks at the alley crossings.
FOr farther particulars reference is hereby
made to said resolution on die In tbe office of
the Street Commissioner.
Sacramento, September 29, 1 -".'l
WM. M. LAUGHLIN,
street Commissioner of the City of Sncro
_ in.-nto. se.iu-iit
ORDINANCE NO. 285.
Amending Section i, of Ordinance Xo.
Entitled "An Ordinance Relating to Awn
ings in the City of Sacramento, and Pro
viding what kind of Awnings may be
erected within certain limits."
mHE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE
1 City of Sacramento do ordain as follows:
skction 1. The boundaries mentioned in
Section 1 of Ordinance No. 2-1 are hereby
changed to read as follows: Commencing on
tiie north lineot 1 steeet,at the alley between
Front and Seoond stn ets, extending along the
north line of I street to the east line of Sixth
Btreet; thence along the east line of Sixth
str.et to the alley between I and J streets:
thence along said alley to tie east line of
Thirteenth street; thence along the < ast lino
of Thirteenth street to the auej between EC
and L streets; thence along said alley to a
point 160 l'.et west of the west line of
s, c.ml street; thence northerly to tho placo
Bxo. 2. This ordinance sliall take effect from
and after Ita passage.
Passed September 2S. 1891.
W. 1). COMSTOCK,
President Hoard of Trust
J. D. Yox-xG, Clerk. seJO-lot
CALIFORNIi STATE BINS
AND SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
SACRAMENTO, C YE.
Draws Drafts on Principal Cities ofthe World.
Saturday Hours, 10 a. m. to 1 p. at.
rc-ident N. I). IIIDEOin
\■ ice-I 'resident FRED'K COX
Casiner. A . AIIRoTT
Assistant Cashier \\\ E. GERBEH
C. \V. Clark, Jos. Steffens,
Geo. C. Perkins, Fhed'k Cox,
N. D. Rideout, Norman Rideotjt,
AY. E. Oerbkk.
rpHE OLDEST SAVINGS HANK IN THB
L City, corner Kitth nnd J streets Sacra,
atentO. Guaranteed capital, ?. r>OO,OOO- paid
np capital, gold coin, 5300,000; loans oar, ul
estate in Calilorniu, July 1,169;, $3,100.40 a,
term and ordinary deposits, July 1, IS9I,
$3,022,681. Term and ordinary deposits re
ceived. Dividends paid In January aud July.
Money loaned upon real . state only. Infor
mation furnished upon application to
*W. P. COLEMAN, President.
Ed. R. Hamilton, Cashier.
NATIONAL BANK DF ft a MILLS I Q&
Sacramonto, Cal.—Founded 1850.
Saturday hours 10 A. n. to 1 p. m.
directors and shareholders.
D. O. MILLS 1.-.38 Shares
EDGAR MILLS, President 1,538 Shares
S. PRENTISS SMITH, Vice-Pres. 250 Sharea
FRANK MILLER, Cashier 351 Shares
C. F. DILLMAN. Asst. Cashier.. 125 Khares
Other persons own 1,198 Shares
Capital and Surplus, $(>GO,OOO.
aw Chrome Steel Safe Deposit Vanlt and
FARMERS' AND MECHANICS' gATINCB BANK
Southwest corner Fourth and J
streets, Sacrameuto, Cal.
Guaranteed Capital $500,000
T OANS MADE ON REAL ESTATE. IN- '
Xj terest nald semi-annually 00 Term and
B. U STEINMAN :.President
EDWIN K. ALSIP Vice-President
D. D. WHITBECK Cashier
C. H. CUMMINGS Secretary
JAMES M. STEVENSON. Surveyor
B. U. steinman, Edwin X Aiaip,
C. H. Cumminos, W. E. Terry,
Sol. Runyon, James McNasseb,
Jas. M. Stevenson.
CROCKER-WOOLWORTH" NATIONAL BANK,
322 Pine Street, San ""Francisco.
PAID UP CAPITAL, $1,000,000. SURPLUS, $250,001
CHARLES CROCKER ...E. H. MILLER, Jr.
R. C. WOOLWORTH President
W. H. BROWN Vice-President
W. E. CROCKER Cashier
PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANI
DIVIDENDS FOR THE TERM ENDING
June 30, 1891, are now payable. Rate
per annum on term deposits, 5"y 3 per cent., and
on ordinary deposits, 4 per cent. Loans
made on real estate only. All communica
tions promptly answered.
WM. BECKMAN, President,
rirco. W. Lorenz. ('ashler.
! NOTICE TO WELL-BORERS'
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
ceived by N. M. Orr, Secretary of the Board
ot Directors of the State Asylum for the In
sane at Stockton, at his office, 209 Channel
street, until 9:30 o'clock a. m.,
Friday, October 9, 1801,
P"*or borinn a well for gas on the grounds of the
State Insane Asylum at Stockton.
The specifications for satu well and the
terms and conditions upon which bids will bo
received and a contract let lor performing the
said work may v obtained hv addressing
N. M. ORR. Secretary, Stockton.
Stockton, Col., September 8,1891. seB-td