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BAJtX^RECORDjJMON
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cisco, they have no competitors either in
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•omlmr Into Sacramento.
Weatlier Forecast.
Forecast till Bp. m. Monday: For North
ern California — Fair weather; generally
warmer.
RETARDING THE .GROWTH OF
THE STATE.
In a recent issue of this paper we
printed some statistical facts relating to
the progress of aggregating land holding
in Tebama County, which were suffi
ciently startling to justify the earnest and
thoughtful consideration of every well
wisher of this country.
Since then we havo received additional
official data on the subject, of far reach
ing significance, which we desire to pre
sent herein. In 1880 the assessment roll
of Tehama County shows but six persons
possessing holdings of 10,000 acres and
upwards. The aggregate holding by
these people was 95,774 acres, valued at
$706,409. For greater perspicuity we
present below a tabulated statement of
the owners, the acreage and the value of
the six largest holders.
*880. Acres. Value.
Boggs, .John 31,107 ?133,»04
Montgomery, J. N,, es
tate of. 15,784 9i,18S
v?, nC ' ■/,■ I' i 14,571 137,3:58
Hunt.ll, John 12.4yG 221 HZ7
Sierra Lumber Company.. 11,154 57 724
Blossom, B. H 10,t>02 61,46b
Totals »5,774 $706,401*
Let it be understood that this showing
exhibits six persons holding 10,000 acres
and upwards in Tehama County. The
largest holder owned 31,167 acres and the
smallest of the six 10,002 acres.
In ISBS there were sixteen persons
holding 10,000 acres and upwards, and the
aggregate of their holdings was 305,322
acres, valued at $1,717,203. The smallest
of these holding! was 10,473 acres and the
largest 72,993 acres, an increase in the
largest holding of 41,820 acres. Tho
increase in the aggregate holdings
of those owning in excess of 10,000
acres was 209,548 acres. Thus the
vast area of 269,54S acres had passed
into large holdings, being aggre
gated from holdings of less than 10,000
acres. Again, that there may be no mis
take as to the detail of information which
discloses this alarming state of progress
mado by land monopoly in California, we
pra^ent tho table for 18S5 from the official
assessment roll of Tehama Count}-, as ioI
IOWK
IMS, Acres. Value.
Cone J. S 72.9-J3 0421,525
Ntant.ml, Lelaud 43,640 308,627
Cone and Ward 20,1 L'G 2->,120
Qallatln, Albert 24,769 <<5 459
Belcher, \v. c 24,050 35;008
Blossom. R.H 22,562 85.952
McCoy, L. L 19,457 20,681
Sierra Lumber Co 19.065 47 1 in
Chipman,N. P 17,987 89,559
Wi&on, H. C 17,1*38 ll'j,lßS
3. A. & Co 1t<,210 M,3->0
Asl.urst C. B 14,723 142,564
Krant, ft. H 12,390 185,167
•lohn 12,321 39,102
Loin;. J. A 10.60* 21.170
Isogg* and Champlin 10,473 47,735
Totals 365,322 f 1,717,203
In IMHJ there were sixteen persons with
holdings in excess of 10,000 acres, the
smallest being 10,398, and the largest
79,278 acres. The aggregate of tho hold
ings in 1890 was 188,863 acres, valued at
$2,721,798, being an increase of 128,031
acres; or in other words, the sixteen
largest holders had covered into their
ownerships 128,000 additional acres of
land in five years. Tho difference be
tween tho aggregate for 1880 and 1890,
covering a period often years, was 397.579
acres—nearly 400,000 acres—which had
been taken into holdings of 10,000 acres
and upwards. In ton years Tehama
County land owners had thrown under a
monopolized state 400,000 acres of land,
which would have given to four hundred
families 1,000 acres each, to 800 families
000 acres each, to l.uxi families 250 acres
each, and to B£oß families 125 acres each.
That there shall be no misapprehension,
we present the table for 1890 from the
official records as follows:
V '" AoWfc Value.
Cone,J.s 7 i»' j*s s<;*~ ska
IVH tV ,H, ari} i.n •^•5;0 1141845
Stanford Jr. l Diversity.. 15,h*7 40^ 590
Central Pacific R. H. Co 1 }.: 00 -5*314
OaUalin, Albert 42,485 244!884
Blossom, ii. H :.;.107 108,101
Hterra Lumber Co 30,: 7- 209
Cone A Ward 28,620 88,'wlO
*lnue!l. .lohn l-....M,i. 212,6»6
Wilson HC 1«,1«8 171^192
McOoy,L.L 19,147 22 178
0?.,8:a 1»:«84 111218
fc-'-ailt.H 17,797 205,999
EUnaom. H.A 12,948 122.490
Moore, Q.E.. 11,2^0 101840
Greenwood, M 10,398 151567
""ESii...- ....I. 7^73 f2,7,:.-,.
The significance of all this is not far to
seek. Large laud holding is depopulat
ing California. Tbc population of To
lnima County not only made no gain
from 1880 to 1890, but made an actual
loss. The young men of that county are
taping driven out to find employment and
homes. The young life generated by the
population of that county is banished for
want of profitable employment, driven
out by the alienee of opportunity to live
at home. Large land holdings are abso
lutely expatriating the population of the
■tato ,-,k well ns exrntrWtotf ttw popslM
tions of the county.Blt is not only driv
ing out the entire incoming population,
but it is driving out the existing popula
tion and particularly its increase. The !
Sacramento Valley, as a whole, is being j
depopulated by large land holdings, as |
will be shown in the progress which the
Record-Union is :making in the way of
collecting official statistics on the sub
ject. The ranting demagogues who are
asking for additional overland trans
portation in order to increase the popula
lation of California will find in the statis
tics herein presented food for reflection.
Some twelve years ago the Record-
Union took this subject in hand, intend
ing to make a complete exposition of the
existing condition relating to the hold
ings of land in this State. It was diverted
from its purpose at that time by other
matters of more pressing importance.
The abuse has grown apace until
to-day there is nothing of greater
significance than the condition of
the land holdings in this State and it
will be necessary to begin an agitation
on this subject which will result in leg
islation that will absolutely prevent the
further aggregation of the real property
of the country. To that agitation the
Record-Union will persistently devote
its best energies. It will require but
ten years more to have all of Tehama
County in the ownership of sixteen men,
perhaps less time, and unless a remedy
can bo found, the rest of the population
may as well take notice that they are ex
pected to move.
It remains to be noted that for pur
poses of taxation, the 95,774 acres held by
the six largest holders in 1880 was valued
at $706,409, or about ?7 50 an acre; while
the 493,353 acres held by the sixteen
largest holders in 1890 was valued at
£721,798, or a little less than $5 50 an acre.
By the same ratio of valuation obtaining
in 1880, the largo holders in IS9O should
have paid taxes on the lands held by
them upon §3,097,000. Thus it will be
seen that the assessable value of property
decreases as the acreage of the holding
increases.
special it otic co.
FAST TIME TO THE EAST.-The Atlantic
and Pacitic Railroad (Santa Fe route) i» now
twelve hours shorter to Kansas City and St.
Louis, and twenty-four hours shorter to Chi
cago thau formerly. Pullman Tourist Sleep
ing Cars to Chicago every day without change.
Personally conducted excursions every
Wednesday, with tourist car to Boston.
GEORGE W . RAILTON, Agent, 1004 Fourth
street, Sacramento. MWF
MRS. WINSLOW'S "SOOTHING SYRUP,
has been in use over fifty years by millions ot
mothers tor their children while teething,
with perfect success. It soothes the child,
softens the gums, allays pain, cures wind colic,
regulates the bowels, and is the best remedy
for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething
or other causes. For sale oy druggists in
every part of the world. Be sure and ask for
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. Twenty-five
cents a bottle. MWF
MECHANICS' FAIR, 1891.
Ahead as usual. Mechanics' Fair, San Fran
cisco, Mathushek Pianos received the first
premium, awarded the medal. If you have
your mind made up to buy a Mathushek Up
right Piano, do not be induced to change your
mind by false representations of parties offer
ing new. cheup, showy and trashy pianos,
which will be worthless in this climate in a
short time. Mathushcks sold twenty years
ago are as good as ever, and, tuned properly
every few yours, sound as well as the day they
left the factory. See the new improved ones
at Cooper's. 03-tf
PAINLESS EXTRACTION OF TEETH by
use of local anesthetic. DR. WfiiLDON, Den
tist, Eighth and J streets.
WATCHAS, Diamonds and Jewelry.
UNCLE IKES. 302 X street
COOPER'S MUSIC STORE has the largest
stock; sells the cheapest because he imports
direct from Europe. See the latest style Math
ushek Solid Iron-framr Uprights. They are
indestructible. COOPERS MUSIC STORE,
corner Seventh and J streets. , 01-tf
£Uro glfrpgrtigctnetttg.
C HANGED HANDS.
HAVING BOUGHT THK CENTRAL
HOUSE DINING-ROuMS at 820 X
street, I-arn now ready tohet the best meals in
the City. MRS. DORA FISHER. 05-lm
People's Savings Bank of Sacramento,
$100,000
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. SEMl
annual dividends on deposits. Corre-
Bpondenos promntly answered.
WM. BECKMAN, President.
Geo. W. Louenz, Cashier.
iKTMMSSALE!
At Auction!
By order of the Administrator, with the will
anm-xed, of the estate of FREDERICK
ZEILE, decea»ed, we Will >e\\ at 12 o'clock m.
On Thursday, the sth Day of November,
At public auction, at the house of HENRY
KULIER, on the ground,
3,202 45-100 ACRES OF LAND
-ON
BRANNAN ISLAND,
SACRAMENTO COUNTY.
The property fronts about one mile on the
Saeminento River, nearly opposite the town
of Rio Vista. The property is well-known as
DR. ZEILE'S FARM.
The island is vrt 11 reclaimed by substantial
levees and is unsurpassed in fertility.
TITLE STATE PATENT.
The valuable Improvements on the place,
such ur bouses, barns, warehouse, etc.. with
borne personal property, will be included.
TERMS—A deposit of 10 per cent, of the
purchase price on announcement of sale, aud
the balance on confirmation ot sale by bupo
rior Court.
«*rFor further particulars apply to
SHAINWALD, BLCKBEE & CO.,
AUCTIONEERS,
407 and 409 Montgomery St., S. F.
oa-lm
Proposals for Supplies
FOU TH«
STII INSANE fflffl
STOCKTON.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ACT OF THE
Legislature of the State of California, t>n-
Itled "An Act Concerning the Insane Asylum
■>f the .Suite of California," approved April 4,
1 870, ami the existing law governing said in
itltutlon, SKALKI> IMUUTOALS will be re
vived by N. M. <>XX. Secretary of tlie Board
1 Directors of the Insane Asylum of the state
it(Viuhmta.at hi* offloa.N<M. aoy un<i^n
SACKAMEKTO DAILY BECOKP-UKION, MOKPAY, OCTOBER 5, 1891.—SIX PAGES.
jtctt> glfrt>ertigetttentg.
Channel street, Stockton, up to 10 o'clock
| a. m.. on
| The 27th Day of October, 1891,
For furnishing the following supplies to the
said Asylum for the term of six months com
mencing November 1,1891, and ending May
1,1892. Said supplies consisting of the fol
lowing schedule and to be delivered as or
dered:
Groceries and Provisions.
10,000 pounds dairy salt.
200 pounds Palmetto starch.
300 pounds Duryea's starch.
10,000 pounds white pea beans, last crop.
8,000 pounds Bayo beans, last crop
8,000 pounds China rice, No. 1.
30 gallons coal oil, best quality.
450 gallons wine vinegar
12 dozen Bath brick.
12 half-barrels Columbia River salmon.
12 cases codfish, 100 pounds each.
3f3 reams straw paper.
300 pounds black pepper, in 5-pound cans.
100 pounds mustard, in 5-pound cans.
50 pounds ginger, in 5-pound cans.
50 pounds allspice, in 5-pound cans.
1,200 pounds best quality hams.
1,000 pounds salt pork, extra quality.
1,200 pounds thin A. & C. bacon, or' bacon
of equal quality.
1,-00 pounds soda crackers, No. 1.
2SO pounds best quality baking powder.
600 pounds rolled oats.
200 pounds pearl tapioca.
200 pounds sago.
600 pounds dried currants.
4,000 pounds dried apples, first quality.
3,000 dozen fresh California eggs.
10 gross safety matches, large size.
100 gallons mixed pickles, in 5-_allon kegs.
8 dozen olive oil.
12 boxes macaroni, No. 1.
12 boxes vermicelli, No. 1.
50 pounds bluing.
3 dozen hair floor brushes.
y dozen counter brushes.
6 dozen mop handles, combination.
300 pounds hird.
1,200 pounds hominy.
500 pounds corn sturch.
150 pounds pearl barley.
150 pounds split peas.
6 gross clay pipes.
1,000 pounds chicory, best quality.
2.000 pounds Liverpool salt.
100 pounds bicarbonate soda, 1-pound pack
ages.
600 pounds prunes, best California.
1 barrel N. O. molasses.
3 dozen extract of lemon, 16-ounce square
bottles.
3 dozen extract of vanilla, 16-ounce squire
bottles. r
50 pounds ground cinnamon, 1-pound cans.
25 pounds ground cloves, 1-pound cans.
25 pounds ground mace, 1-pound cans.
6,000 pounds sal soda.
Otis.
80 gallons cylinder oil.
40 gallons machine oil.
Suj*ai* and Syrup.
18,000 pounds Golden C sugar.
10,000 pounds dry granulated sugar.
2,000 gallons American golden syrup.
Coffee and Tea.
9,000 pounds Costa Rica cotl'ee.
1,800 pounds English BreuklUst tea.
1,200 pounds Japan tea, uacolored.
Soap.
6,000 pounds laundry soap, bidders to fur
nish samples.
000 pounds sand soap, bidders to furnish
samples.
Flour, Bran und Grain.
1,200 barrels bakers' extra flour.
12 barrels Graham flour.
15,000 pounds cornnieal.
15,000 pounds cracked wheat.
20,000 pounds ground barley.
30,000 pounds bran.
10,000 pounds shorts.
Clothing and Hats.
60 dozen gray wool overshirts.
(27 inches wide by 33 Inches long.)
60 dozen hickory shirts.
(27 inches wide by 33 Inches long.)
40 dozen cottonade pants, canton flannel
lined. (Size—Wuist, 32 to 42; legs, 31 to 34.)
120 dozen wool socks.
1 s dozen wool Hats; size, 7 to 7%.
lo dozen suspenders.
20 dozen cottonade winter coats; size. 37
to 42.
150 yurds white table oil cloth.
■1 dozen canton flannel drawers.
10 dozen canton flannel undershirts.
Dry Goods.
1,500 yards 6-4 unbleached Pequot sheet
ing, full width.
1,000 yards bedticking (Amoskeag mills A.
C. A.), 32 inches wide.
1,000 yards 4-4 unbleached Indian Head
t-heeting.
•JOO yards crash, Russian flax XX.
400 yards 4-4 Lonsdalc muslin, bleached.
400 yards 4-4 W'amsutta cotton, bleached,
0. XX.
200 yards 5-4 Pequot bleached sheeting.
500 yards Amoskeag cheviot.
500 yards Amoskeag A. F. C—dress ging
ham.
100 yards table linen.
150 dozen Coates' cotton thread.
48 dozen ladies' wool hose; size, 9 and 10.
15 dozen half-bleached huck towels—20x38.
4 dozen white bedspreads.
40 pounds drab linen carpet thread, 1-pound
boxes.
12 dozen coarse combs.
0 cases hair pins, 1 dozen boxes each.
12 packages pins.
1,000 yards gray flannel.
200 yurds check flannel.
Shoes.
20 dozen men's brogans, from 7 to 11.
20 dozen men's slippers, from 7 to 11.
36 dozen ladies' plush slippers, from 3 to 7.
24 dozen ladies' buskins, from 3 to 8.
Leather.
800 pounds best sole leather, sides 21 to 25
pounds.
HO p junds best skirting leather.
1 side best harness leather.
1 dozen best veal skin* iPhlad.) 70 pounds
to the dozen. m
Fresh Fish.
5,000 pounds best quality (salt water) as
sorted fresh fish.
Tobacco.
1,800 pounds of plug tobacco, quarter-pound
plugs. •
6 gross fine cut tobacco, in ounce packages.
Keg Butter.
18,000 pounds best fresh coast packed keg
butter.
Fresh Dairy Butter.
5,000 pounds fresh dairy butter. No. 1.
Potatoes.
180,000 pounds potatoes, No. 1.
Fresh Beef and Mutton.
160,000 pounds fresh beef, No. 1. to be de
livered in Hides and cut up at the Asylum.
20,000 pounds fresh mutton, No. 1.
Coal.
800 tons of average coal, to be delivered
at the Asylum : s ordered. Bidders are
required t<> specify the kind ot coal by
naming the mine from which it is
taken or using the name by which
It is designated in commerce; 2,240 pounds
will be required for a ton, the coul to be
weighed at Stockton, at the expense of the
Asylum, on scales licensed and employed for
public use.
60 tons Wellington coal, or other coal of
equal quality, to be delivered as ordered.
The above-named articles are all to be of the
bi_t qualities, subject to the approval of the
Medical Superintendent, and to be delivered
at such times and in such quantities as lie
may ix- t i.ire. And it is understood that if a !
greater quantity of an article than above men
tioned shall be required by the Medical Super
intendent, the same shall be furnished by the
contractor at the contract price. The con
tract will be awarded to the lowest responsible
bidder, and no bid will be considered unless
accompanied oj a written guarantee, signed
I by at least two responsible persons, that the
party making the proposal will enter into
contract und furnish bonds for the faithful
performance thereof, provided the contract is
, awarded to said party.
Parties making prouosals are specially re
i ferred to Section 3235 of the Political Code,
: approved March 17,1887:
Section 3235. No supplies of any kind or
character for the benefit of the Slate, or to be
paid for by any moneys appropriated or to be
appropriated by the state, manufactured or
! grown in this State, which are in whule or in
purt the product of Mongolian labor, shall be
purchased by the officers of this State, having
(be control of any puoiic institution under
tli-- control of the State, or of hiiv county, city
and county, city fir town thereof.
The Hoard reserves the right to reject all bids
deemed too high or otherwise unsatisfactory.
Partly s to whom contracts shall be awarded
shall file bonds with the Secretary, N. M. Orr,
on or before November 1,1891.
Separate bids will be received for:
Groceries and Provisions.
Oils.
Sugar and Syrup.
Coffee and Tea.
Soap.
Flour, Bran and Grain.
Clothing and Hats.
Dry Goods.
Shoes.
Leather.
Kr. S.i Fish.
Tobacco.
Keg Butter.
Fresh Dairy Butter.
Potatoes.
Fresh Beef and Mutton.
Coal.
Payments to be made monthly in cash.
Bids to be addressed to N. M.'Orr, Secretary
of the Board of Directors of the Stockton
state Insane Asylum, Stockton, and indorsed
on the en velope, "Proposals for Furnishing
Supplies." • ,
Samples of articles required may be seen at
the storeroom of the Asylum.
In order to preserve uniformity and facill- j
tatc the award, it has been resolved to receive
no bids unless made upon blank forms fur
nished by the Secretary.
By order of the Board of Directors of the
Stockton Insane Asylum ot the State of Cali
fornia at Stockton. N. M. ORR, Secretary.
f'O-td
, _)oU jgrog, & <&o.
I^/s r\cjTT we place on sale one lot of Ruled
c/ Pencil Tablets, 200 pages; Com
mercial Note size. Price 5c each.
It would be hard indeed to find us better
equipped than now in School Supplies. This
department has received careful attention during
the past month, and to-day merits the attention
of all buyers in this line.
Penholders, ie each. Plnthincr
Rubber Erasers, ie each. OUIUUI L/lOinillg.
School Companions, fitted with Boys' separate Pants at $i t in
slate and lead pencil, pen and several patterns; ages 14 to 18.
holder, for ie each. Many other prices to choose
Same in polished wood, 4c each, from, both above and below this
Ruling pens, 2c each. figure.
Writing pens, 16 for sc. Our line of Boys' Suits, ages 10
Red Ink, 4c a bottle. to 18, are attracting the attention
Black Ink, 3c a bottle. of close buyers. Note the lines
Violet Ink, 5c a bottle. at $3 so and $5 per suit.
Pencil Tablets, ie each. Children's School Suits in all
Chalk Crayons, iqc a box. grades. We will only mention a
School Satchels, 5c each. lew lines. Ask to see the $1 75
School Satchels, 10 and 25c each, line, being a dark gray mottled
Book Straps, 17c each. suiting, pleated back and front;
Lead Pencils, sc a dozen. ages 4 to 14.
Drawing Pencils, sc each. Ask to 1 see the suits we sell at
Slates from sto 12c each. $2 50, some ten lines. One that
Fine quality Writing Tablets from is now before us is very nobby,
8 to 14c each. a dark fancy plaid Cheviot, corded
School Companions, made with front and back; ages 4to 14.
hard wood with lock and key, Four-dollar Children's Suits, in
containing slate and lead pen- dark fancy Scotch plaid Cheviots.
cil, pen and holder, chalk, Some five patterns in this lot;
sponge, etc., at 10c each. also many lines of Cassimere,'
Extra thick Jumbo Tablets, 8 and both in light and dark colorings-,
16c each. ages 4to 14.
If you want a School Suit or an extra pair
of Pants, look at the lines we are showing. They
may prove both interesting and saving.
HALE BROS. & CO.,
826 to 885 X St., and 1026 Ninth.
Some Fine Building Lots on
H and I Streets
\7ery O£_e;a-p.
Last Chance fora Home in
OAK FjPlE.I_
AT LOW RATES.
STEPHENSON k HARTMAN,
Real Estate and Insurance Apents,
1 O O T RourtKi Street.
I rU\ TTC! Travelers' Insurance Co.—Sun
AuLiMo Fire Office of London and Pa
clflc Coast Savings Society.
FOR - SALE I
Ail Elegant Home!
With All Modern Conveniences
AT A GREAT SACRIFICE.
Prices Asked for Property Less Than
Cost of Dwelling.
rpHE DWELLING HAS ELEVEN LARGE,
X airy rooms, two bath rooms, lim-n and
china cioseta.pantry.marble washstand.mside
closet, speaking-tubes, parlors and halls fres
coed in oil. The lot Is 115x160, tilled to grade
and seeded to blue grass; walks all in good
order; fountain in front-yard; centrally lo
cated.
Price, only $6,000.
% 2,500 cash payment required, long time on
balance. Apply to
EDWIN K. ALSIP & CO.,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
IOIS Fourth St.. Sacramento.
W. P. COLEMAN,
Real Estate Salesroom, 325 J St.
$5O PER ACRE.
ONE HUNDRED ACRES FIVE MILES
east of Lincoln, Placer county. Twelve
acres in bearing vineyard. Family orchurd.
Landallfenced. All under ditch. Fart of the
land "bottom land." Grows alfalla. Good
dwelling of six roouus. Good barn. 739
$1,600.
Ten acres near Brighton Station. Good
land. 737
TO LET.
An elegantly-furnished house on H street,
above Tenth; very suitable for private board
ing; cheap rent.
MONEY TO LOAN.
P. KOHL. E. A. CROUCH.
PRISNO a TERRY
Lumber Company.
m/TAIN YARD AND OFFICE, 1310 BEO
jy_ ond street. Branch Yard, corner Twelfth
• no. J streets.
igtaUrtfafr ©intc Sable.
mam pacific mufc
[PACIFIC SYSTEM.]
OCTOBER 1, 1891.
Trains Leave and are Dae to Arrive at
Sacramento:
LEAVE I TRAINS RUN DAILY. laRRIVE
6:50 A Calistoga and Napa I 11:06 A
3:05 P; Calistoga and Napa j 8:40 P
12:50 AL.Ashland and Portland...! 4:20 A
4:30 PDeming. El Paso and East 7:00 P
7:35 P.Knights L'dlngAOroville. 7:40 A
10:50 Al Los Angeles ! 9:35 a
Ogden and East—Second
11:50 A' Class : 2:25 \
Central Atlantic Express
11:00 P| for Ogden and East 5:25 A
3:00 P Oroville 10:30 A
3:00 PRed Bluff via Maryivllle 10:30 A
10:35 A ...Redding via Willows.... 4:00 P
2:50 A San Francisco viaßenlcia 11:25 A
4:35 A .San Francisco via Benielu 12:30 A
6:50 A San Francisco viaßenicia 11:05 A
5:40 A San Francisco viaßenicia 10J0 P
3:05 P San Francisco viaßenlcia 8:40 P
*10:00 A San Francisco via steamer ?6:00 A
10:50 A San Fran, via Livermore 2:50 P
10:50 A San Jose 2:50 P
4:30 P Santa Barbara i 9:35 A
6:50 A Santa Rosa ' 13:05 A
3:05 P Santa Rosa ' 8:40 P
8:50 A Stockton and Gait ! 7-00 P
4:30 P Stockton and Gait ! 9:35 A
11:50 A Truckeeand Reno... . 2*25 A
11:00 P Truckeeand Reno s:i>s \
6:30 P Colfax and way stations 2:30 P
6:50 A Vallejo : B*4o P
3.05 P Vallejo I
*i-i:2O A ..Folsom and Placerville.. *2:40 P
♦12:15 P ..Folsom and Placerville.. *10:20 A
*4:45 P Folsom ■ »8:00 A
♦Sunday excepted. fSunday only. JMon
day excepted. A.—For morning. P.—For af
ternoon.
RICHARD GRAY, Gen. Traffic Manager.
T. H. GOODMAN, General Passenger Agent.
OPENING
Fall Novelties.
IMPORTING TAIL ORS,
520 J Street,
Between Fifth and Sixth,
SACRAMENTO, CAL.
*»* Branch house of San Francisco
establishment. seia.3m
Hardware,
Blacksmith Supplies,
Lawn Mowers,
Rubber Hose,
Wire Cloth.
Schaw, Ingram, Batcher j
St CO.,
317 and 919 J Street, SncramsntOt
WEW GOODS.
V/e have just received direct from manufac
tories three lines of new goods :
ist. Purses, Pocket-books, Card Cases and Bags, and we are
enabled to show you the best goods, the largest selection and the
lowest prices to be found in this market.
2d. Infants' and Children's Silk Bonnets and Hats. No bet
ter goods made and direct from first hands. The prices cannot
help but be right.
3d. Child's, Misses' and Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Wool Union
Suits, NON-SHRINKING. These are also direct from the mills.
Also, a new line of those Black Sateen Skirts, lace trimmed,
at $1 25.
WJ QRTH763O J ST.
gUnuoemgnte, <&U.
METROPOLITAN THEATER.
L. HENRY Manager
TO-NIGHT AND TO-MORROW,
Monday and Tuesday, Octobor 5 and 0,
Public Reception to the Rulers ol Ameri
can Comedy,
The PRESIDENT
Mr. Frank David,
Mr. Frank Lane,
Accompanied by a Cabinet of Brilliant Players
PRICES 50 cents and£l.
Box office open 9:30 a. m. Saturday. 02-4t
DA NCINQ ACADEMY.—PROF R8 S6R
O'M ALLEY will open his Dancing School
Nrason ot '91-92 at Y. M. I. Hall, Seventh
street, WEDNESDAY EVENING, October
7th. Ladles' and gents' class (beginners),
Wednesday Evening; ladies and gents iad
vanced class), Thursday Evening; laaies' class,
Wednesday Afternoon, at 2. Children's class
will commence Saturday. October 10th. Chil
dren should attend flm leeson and get tickets
for the season. Private lessons at all hours ot
the day at hall or residence. All the latest
Society Dance* introduced. Music furnished
for Balls, Parties, otc. 02-tf
FOR SALE.
A nice, high lot, 40x160, south
side Q street, Thirteenth and
Fourteenth, price, $1,260.
Also lot, 40x160, south side of
P street, between Sixteenth and
Seventeenth, price, $1,600.
MILLS THAWK,
HOI J Street Sacramento.
AGENCY UNION INSURANCE COMPANY.
Ask my nzenta Tor W. L. Douglas Shoes.
It not for sale In your place ask your
dealer to send for cntnloKiie, secure the
agency, and get them for you.
CTTARK NO SUBSTITUTE. ,*3
WHY IS THE
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE QENJFeSviEN
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY?
It Is a seamless shoe, with do tacks or wax thread
to hurt the feet; made of the best fine calf, Btyll9h
and easy, and because toe make more thoei of this
grade than any other manufacturer. It equals hand
sewed shoes costing from $5.00 to $3.00.
ffifS OOGeniiluc Hand-sewed, the finest calf
«Pwb shoe ever offered for $5.00; equals French
Imported shoes which cost from $3.00 to $12 00
&A 00 Hand-Sewed Welt Shoe, fine calf,
•*»*•• stylish, comfortable and durable. The best
shoe ever offered at this prlca; same grade as cus
tom-made shoes costing from $6.00 to $9.00.
CO 50 Police Shoe) Farmers, Railroad Men
•I***" and Letter Carriers all wear them; fine calf,
Reamless, smooth Inside, heavy three soles, exten
sion edare. One pair will wear a year.
QO DO flue calf} no better shoe ever offered at
wfei this price; one trial will convince those
who want a slioo for comfort and service.
CO 'J<s and 82.00 Workingman's shoes
**»*■• are very strong and durable. Those who
have given them a trial will wear no other make.
Drive' 82.00 and 81.>3 school shoes are
O\fJ 9 worn by the boys everywhere; they sell
on their merits, as the increasing sales show.
I oHiOC 93.00 Hand-sewed shoe, best
■■Clvl ICO Don Kola. very stylish; equal3French
Imported shoes costing from 64.00 to $0.00.
Ludie*' 2.50. 82.00 and 81.75 shoe for
Hisses are the best fine Dongola. Stylish and durable.
Caution.—See that W. L. Douglas' name and
price aro stamped on the bottom of each shoe.
W. L. DOUGLAS. Brockton, Mass-
SOLD BY
WEINSTOCK, LUBIN & CO.,
400 to 418 X St., Sacramento.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS,
QEALED TROPOSALS WILL BE RE
kj ceived at the office of the Board of
Trustees of the Southern California State
Asylum for the Insane and Inebrl
ati-s, in the Farmers' Exchange Bank
building lv the City of San Bernardino,
sun Hernardino County, California, until
12 o'clock M., MONDAY, the 12th day
of October, IH9I. for performing the labor
and furnishing all materials necessary for the
construction ot and completion of each of tho
following branches of work:
1. For performing the labor and furnishing
all materials for the construction of a reser
voir and pipe line.
2. For performing the labor and furnish
ing all materials for the construction of a
sewer.
3. For performing the labor and furnish
ing all materials for the electric wiring of the
buildings now in the course of erection.
4. For performing the labor and furnish
ing all materials lor the gas piping and steam
heating of the buildings now in tne course ot
erection
Separate proposals will be received for each
of the above branches of work and a contract
or contracts based on such proposals will be
made.
Drawings and specifications for each of the
above branches of work cau be seen daily frbm
9 a. m. until 5 i. m. at the office of the Board of
Trustees, in San Bernardino, Cal.
Blank proposal forms and all information
in regard to tho 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 tho pro
posal tendered.
No Chinese labor or materials manufactured
by Chinese labor are to be used in any of the
above branches of work.
The Board of Trustees reserve the right to
reject any or all bids if found necessary, as
the public good may require
H. L. DREW, Chairman.
JOHN MORTON. Secretary,
For the Board of Trustees ot the Southern
California State Asylum for the Insane
and Inebriates. sl7-td
SHERWOOD HALL NURSERIES^
Timothy Hopkins,
MENLO PARK, SAN MATEO COUNTY, CAL
Carnations, Roses, Chrysanthemums
and Cut Flowers.
JIB- SWEET PEA SEED A SPECIALTY.-®*
MTTPniP'IL' WONDERFUL GERMAN
. LllLDlu 0 INVIGOKATOR. - Weak
men and women should use
Dr. Liebig's Wonderful German Invtgorator
No. 1. Tne greatest tonic for the brain and
nerves, gives health and strength to the re
productive organs and cures nervous debility
impaired development in youth, premature
decay in old. seminal weakness, gleet. Invle
orator No. 2 cures bladder and kianey dis
eases and leucorrhea, prostatorrhea. the* com
plication preventing the cure of above com- '
pluints. To prove its merits a9l bottle given
or ient free. Call on or address DR. LIEBIQ
CO., Specialists for Diseases of Men 400
Geary auoot. Han Ft anu.sco. d&w
Auction j^aEE
PERSONALPROPERTY.
D. J. SIMMONS & CO., Auctioneers,
—WILL SELL.—
MONDAY, OCTOBER sth,
A T 10 O'CLOCK HUAKP, AT THE WKLL
■f\. known ranch ol Clark & Cox, on the Sinn
Junn (Irant. ten miles from Sacramento, north
side of the American Ri\er,the following per
sonal property : 100 head Horses and Mules.
00 heaa Hogs, 4 Wagons, 1 Spring Wagon, 1
Buggy, 1 Light Cart, 4 Gang Plow*. SSlhrlo
Plows, 2 six-horse Harrows, four-norao Har
rows, 1 ten-foot Chain Harrow, 1 Sc^d Sower,
2 Hay Rakes, 10 Sets Harness, splendid lot of
Household Furniture, and the t mire Personal
Property of this well-known aud wetkttocked
ranch. This sale is positive mul on account of
the removal of L. B. Clark.
TKRMS OF SALE—bums under $50, cash;
all over, one year's time with approved paper.
A nne lunch will be served.
D. J. SIMMONS A CO.. Auctioneers,
Salesrooms, corner Eleventh and J street*.
se3u-5t
real" estate at " auction"
BELL & CO., AUCTIONEERS,
Will sell on the premises,
Tuesday, October 6th,
ATIOA. If. SHARP, TO THE HIGHEST
J\ and best bidder, the north three-quartera
of Lot 5, in block bounded by D and E,
Twelfth and Thirteenth streets, G0x80; good
new house, 6 large rooms, fruit trees and
ahrubbcry.
Sale Positive. Terms Cash.
Q3-8t BELL <fc CO., Auctioneers.
jPIUCTIOIST SjPILE
Stock, Wagons, Farming
Implements, Etc.
BY ORDER OF THE SUPERIOR COURT,
we will sell on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7th,
At 10:30 o'clock, at theKeema Ranch, twenty
miles south of Sacramento, on Lower Stock
ton Road, the following Personal Property:
238 head of Horses, Colts. Cows, Yearlings,
Hogs, Stock Cattle, Calves; also, Wagons, ten
■eta Harness, Mowers, Headers, Cultivators
one Engine, and about $10,000 worth of Per
sonal Property used on these great ranches. ▲
good Lunch will be served.
«"SALE POSITIVE."!*
D. J.SIMMONS & CO., Auctioneers,
Salesroom, cor. Eleventh and J sts.
McKfSK & George, attorneys for estate.
02-5t
W. H. SHERBUKN,
AUCTIONEER,
823K STREET, - - SACRAMENTO.
I hare the Largest Stock of
SECOND-HAND -:- FURNITURE
In Sacramento. Also a fine Una of
NEW CARPETS,
Crockery and Glassware,
Which I will sell less than any house la
Northern California. Try me for prices. Ml
Will not be undersold.
ALSO AGENT FOR
AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPAN!
OJF NEW YORK*
A DOLLAR
SAVED IS A DOLLAR EARNED. THOU
sands of dollars a;e wasted on patent nos
trums annually. Why not get the benefit
afforded by the ability of talented physicians?
The PROGRESSIVE DISPENSARY, located
permanently here, has a staff'of competent
physicians, graduates of the best American
and English Colleges. No minerals or poisons
used. The latest improved methods of surg
ery. The moat recent discoveries .In mcdl«
clnea adopted.
SUFFERERS
From Rheumatism, Asthma, Consumption,
Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Female
Weakness, Scrofula, Sexual Weakness, Can
cer, Heart Disease, Bronchitis, Eruptions, Salt
Rheum, Deafness, Malaria, Lost Manhood,
Urinary Trouble, Tapeworm, Piles, Fistula
Ulcemtions, all Rectal Diseases. Bowel Trouble
or any other disease, will be cured w,hero a
cure can be effected. If incurable, youlwlll be
candidly informed of the fact.
YOUNG, MIDDLF-AGED OR OLD MEN,
suffering trom the eOecta of folues and ex
cesses, restored to pekfk<;t heath, man
hood and vigok. We have hundreds of testi
monials on file. Each patient seen privately,
FREE OF CHARGE!
Consultation, Advico and Tuoronjjh
Examination Free. If afflicted with
any disease call at onco.
NOTE OUR ADDRESS
HOURS — Daily, \) l\iniJ\T\\iri I nil
to 4; Evening. 6to S. |||vL'll 1\ VAli V
Sunday., lo* to 12 I Af Pj \ \/\ il I
Dnly. A/IUI JUilUilJ.ll
Entrance on Sixth Street.
We are located on the ground-floor; no stain
to climb. Beware of quacks located in lodging*
houses, who would entice you into their dens
where you surely will be robbed.
nnHE VERY LATEST DISPATCHES WIL&
JL us found la tii« UKCOIUJ.USIUW.

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