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Suit Over Building Materials for a
Covoll, Not Satisfied, Appealod the
Case — The Supremo Court De
cides Against Him.
Tbe case of Covoll vs. Wasburn, ap
pealed from Sacramento County, has been
decided by tho Supreme Court, and tho
decision was filed yesterday in Deputy
Clerk (Jovan's office in this city.
The action was one to recover the reason
able value of labor done and materials fur
nished by Covell. at Washburn's request,
in the building of the latter's house, al
leged to be (2*500, of which J?s(>o is ad
mitted to have been paid. Judgment
"was demanded for the halance, $1,940.
Covoll recovered judgment for 8-1-3 15,
with costs, but appealed, claiming that he
was entitled to judgment for an addi
tional sum of 81S7 I&
There was, it appears, a written con
tract between tho parties for the building
of a house by Covoll, tho price to be
£3,250. The contract did not comply with
the Code of Civil Procedure and was
never tiled in tho office of the County
Covoll began the erection of the build
ing and the furnishing of the materials,
according to the terms of the void con
tract, with the knowledge and con
sent and at the request of Washburn.
Ho continued the work for four and a
half months, and then ceased before the
building was completed. Tlie labor por
formed and materials famished were
alleged to have amounted to $2,193 50, of
which f560 was paid.
Two persons, with whom Covoll had
contracted liabilities for lumber, etc.,
filed liens on the building amounting
to $1,070. and commenced actions to fore
close their liens. A decree of foreclosure
was rendered for the full sum, and also
5!75 for attorney's foes and |12 15 costs.
To discharge his house from the liens
Washburn paid all this money, and the
Court allowed the payment as offsets
against Covell's demand in this action.
The Supreme Court says, among other
things: "It is contended that the defend
ant was not entitled to set off the attor
ney's fees and costs allowed in the fore
closure suit tiot because they were im
properly allowed in these suits, but be
cause be should have paid the debts to se
enre which the lions had boon tiled, with
out suit, and thus have saved the expense
and costs of those suite.
"It should not be overlooked that Wash
burn was not personally liable for the
>f Co-veil to the lien-holders for the
rials furnished, and that he cannot
be presumed ;<> lave known whether or
not the plaintiff had any valid defense to
udgmcyit aud order were affirmed.
State Director Barwtck issues Ills
lii**-t Monthly Report.
There lias .iu-t been published, under
the anspioes of the State Board of Agri
culture, the first monthly bulletin, or re
port, Of James A. Barwiek, Observer of
the Weather Bureau in thia city and Di
rector of the State service for the Govern
mprises a pamphlet of twenty-five
and contains much important
mutter, its will be Been by the following
if contents: Introductory remarks;
monthly weather deductions, by Lieuten
ant .lohn P. Finley; statement of rainfall
and temoerature ibr September; list of
newspapers publishing daily weather
forecasts; list of newspapers exchanging
with foi Sl .cor; list of stations and
names of observers displaying signals;
meteorological reports of Uie military
posts; United States Weather Bureau sta
reports; weather reports of volun
tary observers; crop remarks, (;t.*., by
voluntary observers; rainfall at light
housestations; percentage of verification
of temperature and weather signals (fore- i
casts : meteorological reports from i
Southern Pacific Railroad Company's
stations (Pacific division.; character of
weather conditions at Sacramento, for
November, as deduced from records of
many year-: average cloudiness for
er Bureau station, in November,
as deduced flrom records of many years;
average <>r norma] temperature at sa. m.
*■;., for November (in ten-day
period duced from records of
many years; selected stations giving the
8 precipitation for November.
along with the greatest and least ever
known to be measured; average number
of cloudless, partly cloudy, cloudy, and
rainy days in November, from selected
stations, as deduced from records of many
They Select Delegates to Their Con
a meeting of the Democratic City Cen
tral Committee was held last evening in
tho parlors of the Pacific Hotel. It was
determined to hold a convention this
evening at the County Courthouse at S
o'clock, tv consist of forty delegates— u*n
irom each ward—to nominate a candi
date for Superintendent of Schools, one
School Director from each ward and
fifteen charter freeholders. The follow
ing are the delegates selected by the com
First Ward—J. W. Hughes. M. J. Sulli
van, H. F. Dillman, P. ii. Scally. .lames
A.. Breune, Jerry (ioldcn, M. Colin, H.
ii. Neiison, Henry Kohne, J. M. Sulli
:-.d Ward—C. M. Harrison, John
Black, .lohn F. Devine, L. H. Singleton.
Gerald Keegan, L. L. Forrest, James
>rge < -uddy, Henry J. Kilgaritf,
Third Ward—James H. .;roth, J. M.
Morrison, F. Ruhstaller, A. Agner, »..
Hilbert, Louis Nicolaus, Jr., John Riley,
Joseph riahn, John Oliver Connor, Vic
Fourth 'Ward—li. 1». Stephens. Fred
Cox, W. il. Devine, Matt F. Johnson,
James Touhey, Miles King, Arthur
Lewis, W. <'. Farnsworth, M. iianrahai:,
D. J. Considine.
John ltyiui Will Have to Go to tho
The trial of one John Lyan, ■OCOBOd of
embezzlement, waa conclnded b^bre Su
perior Judge OaUlo andajniy yesterday.
ebroary last Ryan hind two horses
and tWO sits of harness from a man
named Tausei, agreeing to pay at the rate
of|Bl S day for the use of the team.
r reserved the right to demand the
of his property at any time he saw
fit. The matter ran along all right for a
■id then Ryan disappeared. Tauser
hunted for him, and iound him incar
i in the County Jail. Ryan assured
that the horses were all right, Imt
upon Investigation the owner found that
the team had been disposed of. The
charge of embezzlement tfas then brought
against the prisoner.
Ryan waa defended by M<
■> Un, ir.:t the
one, and tin* prisoner was promptly con
victed ty the jury. He will he sentenced
WILL THEY COMPROMISE?
Rumored Settlement of tho Troubles
Between _)alr«u_d Palmer.
The ea<-e of EL J. Palmer, ex-Superin
tendent of Senator James GL Fair's Yolo
County ranch, who is charged with em
bezzling tanda belonging to his employer,
waa called in the Superior Const 1
day, but at the request of iho attorneys for
tha dcieuse was continued until Novem-
SACKAME-NTO DAILT RECORP-ITNIOISr, THTTKSPAY, OCTOBER 29, 1891.—SIX PAGES.
ber 26th, "District Attorney Rvan consent
This prosecution is only one of the
numerous litigations that Fair brought
against Palmer. Then- were several civil
suits, too, both in this countyand "Yolo.
It was rumored on tlie streets yesterday
that the difficulties between Fair and
Palmer were about to be settled amicably
and that all the suits are to be withdrawn.
What the basis of the settlement is, could
not be learned.
Patrick Mcllale Displeased With tho
Result of His Trial.
In the Police Court yesterday P. Mc
llale was fined ?5 for violating a city ordi
nance in allowing his horse to run at
large on the street. His attorney made a
motion for a new trial, which was denied,
and he then filed a notice of appeal.
J. EL Maloi.e, who was convicted of
having stolen an ax. was sent to the
County Jail for thirty days.
The case of Pat O'Sullivan, charged
with battery, was partly heard and con
tinued until to-day.
«ius Sprout was ordered to appear to
day for trial on a charge of disturbing the
The case of Ah Loy, charged with
assault to murder, was dismissed for
want of prosecution. The defense
claimed that tho wrong Chinaman had
An Auburn Docislon Overruling tho
At Auburn yesterday Justice of the
Peace Qwynn rendered a decision in the
train-wreckers'cases, denying the Rob
erts ) -rot hers separate examinations.
Tho joint preliminary examination will
take place on Wednesday next.
Il will be remembered that an attempt
was made to hold tlie preliminary hear
ing at Colfax last .Monday, but Justice
Stevens of that place granted the request
of the defendants for separate examina
tions, and wi uld not chango his ruling
despite the pleadings of District Attorney
Robinson and special counsel Charles T.
Jones. The District Attorney then dis
missed the case, and the Roberts brothers
were discharged from custody. They
wore promptly rearrested, however, and
taken to Auburn.
He is Charged With Failing to Sup
port His Family.
Rut Has Boon a Hospital Pationt for
Months, and Says Ho Cannot
A telegram was received at the Police
Station on Tuesday, from Chief of Police
Tompkins of Oakland, asking the author
ities here to arrest one W. N. Butler, who
was wanted in Oakland on a charge of
Officer Gibson was detailed to hunt up
Butler, and he located him yesterday and
brought him to the station. An officer
came up from Oakland at noon and took
Butler to the Bay on tho :>:OS train.
The prisoner has been accused of mis
demeanor, in failing to provide for the
support of a wife and three children in
Oakland, but if the story he tells is true,
he is to be pitied rather than blamed. He
says he left his family a year ago last
June and came to Sacramento to seek
employment. He soon found work, and
up to last December he made regular re
mittances to his wife, out of bis earnings, j
He lost the sight of one of his eves
shortly afterward, however, and was i
compelled to go to the County Hospital I
for treatment. He has been there ever j
since, and is yet undergoing treatment j
lor the other eye, which is growing
He says he will have no trouble in I
clearing himself of the charge and prov
ing that he is not even able to support
himself, let alone a family. He says he
tlie best he could when he was well,
and he claims to know now that his wife
has been unlaithful. Butler is only
;.:x'ut 25 years of age, and is colored.
The State Horticultural Society.
The next regular meeting will bo held
in the Assembly Hall of the State Board
of Horticulture, 220 Sutter street, San
Francisco, on Friday next at 12:30 i\ m. j
It will be the annual meeting, and offi
cers will be elected. C. W. Woodworth, j
Kntomologist of the Stato University, '
will address tho society on "Fungi Injuri
ous to Fruits." There will be discus
sions on summer spraying, fruit ship
Women's Christian Temperance Unlou.
The Women's Christian Temperance
Union tendered a reception last evening
to the delegates who recently attended
the State Convention in Oakland. An in
teresting programme of exercises was
rendered, and ihe reports of delegates
were read and considered by the largo
assemblage. Refreshments were served
and all enjoyed a pleasant evening.
Now Temple of Pythian Sisters.
Mrs. Georgie Guthrie, Grand Chief, and
Mrs. Wessie Katzenstein, Grand Keeper
of Record and Correspondence of the
Grand Temple of California, went to San
Francisco yesterday to institute San
Francisco Temple, No. 11, of Pythian
Sisters. The new temple starts out with
fifty-two charter members.
At tho Rink.
There was a good crowd at tho skating
rink last evening to see the three-quarter
mile race between Messrs. Clark, Ken
nedy and Hill. Tho race was a good one
from the start,and was quite exciting.
Clark came in first ami Kennedy second.
<»n Saturday evening another good race
A man named Williams, employed at
the railroad shops, was stunned yester
day by a blow on the head from a sledge
\\ hich had glanced from a boiler on which
a fellow-employe was working. It was
thought, however, that no serious result
A lTorulsiniz Trotter.
Edwin K. Alsip's Beet filly Birdie was
among the horses that took a shy at their
records over the Stockton kite track on
Tuesday. She went to beat _:2.5, and
covered the mile In _:_», thus knocking
four seconds oil' her former record.
l-'oroe losing Mortgages.
D. D. WUtbeck oommenoed suit in the
Superior Court yesterday against \V. A.
Scott and Sarah Scott to forcloso a mort
gage. A similar suit was commenced by
Peter Green against John Tubhs.
A report was received last evening
to tho effect that a fire had occurred at
<>ak Hall, on the Riverside road, and that
two employee were badly burned. The
details could not be learned.
rarties who contemplate or are desirous of
going Into Uisin.'ss wfll find it to tlicir iutor
eatto conaoit The QantaU*>Hopkina Co., who
added a CSoaoisaretel amihv Ln-part
ment to their extensive buatneaa, and handle
notiiing but approved business opportunitli s.
our list oompriaea some of tin* beat ros
tauranta, lodging-houses, hotela, groeeriea,
cigar, drag and general merchandise stores
etc,, etc, in Ban Frandaco and throughout
the State. Address ail communications to
THE CARNALL-HOPKINB CO. COM.
AGENCY DEFT., ti_4 Market street, San
A Series of Five Games Between Sac
ramento and San Jose.
Ward and nustin Rack in the Club-
No Likelihood of the Foreign Tal
ent Winning tho Pennant.
Commencing to-day thero will bo a
series of five ball games in this city be
tween the Sacramento and San Jose
teams. The games will all commence at
2:30 o'clock, a half-hour earlier than
Ward and Hustin are now full-fledged
players of the team that has been repre
senting Sacramento during the season.
They aro tho two who disappeared sud
denly several months ago, leaving Man
ager Ginsberg in the lurch. Ho had them
arrested in Oregon, however, and made
them square matters. Young Vice's in
fluence has placed Ward iv the team
again, and when he once got a foothold ho
would not play unless Hustin uid, so the
two are now keeping in practice in Mc-
(joodenough, who had his nose broken
last Sunday, is still confined to his home.
He will be out in a few days, however.
The Sacramento team, as now patched
up, has no show to win the pennant, but
the series of games will probably be
played through to the end.
Rumor has it that an effort is being
made lo "freeze out" Mcllale, the only
Sacramento man in the team. A great
j many of the cranks suspected something
of the kind last week, when they noticed
that "Bob" was playing on the bench in
San Francisco to make room for Hustin.
Spies has been heard to remark that ho
didn't care who won tho pennant now.
He does not take a fancy to tho present
make-up of the club.
YOUNG MEN'S INSTITUTE.
Council No. 27 Holds Its Sixth Annual
Ball—A Flno Aflair.
Sacramento Council, No. 27. Young
Men's Institute, gave its sixth annual
ball last evening at Turner Hall. Tho
floor was taken possession of by about
one hundred couples, and a merry time
was enjoyed for several hours. The hall
was neatly decorated, the musicians'
stand being ornamented with banners
and plants. The programmes were tho
neatest and prettiest of any that have
been given out at a dance in this city this
The committees were as follows;
Arrangements—J. A. Klein, T. F. Caro
lan, C. E. Curtin, P. J. Lannon, J. Koo
nan, W. 11. Palm and .1. F. Doody. Re
ception-.!. F. Huutoon, T. O'Neil, J. T.
Collins, J. F. McQueeney, E. H. Kraus
and J. H. Hogan. Floor Director—E. I>.
Tesreau. Floor Managers—A. Ash, ('. P.
Warren, L. Gorman, W. Malonc, J. J.
Shannon, L. W. Mahoney, G. Maley, J.
O. 11-'isch, F. O'Brien and P. A. Fitz
The Defendants Demand and Are Al
lowed Jury Trials.
The continued cases of 11. Kohne, Win.
Cook, Emil Heinrieh, W. M. Ellsworth
and B. Lucy, charged with keeping their
saloons open after midnight, were on the
Police Court calendar yesterday. The
names of Cook, Heinrieh and Kohne were
down twice, they having been arrested a
second time for continuing to keep open
after once having been arrested.
The attorney for Cook asked that tho
ease be set for Tuesday next, and it was
The other cases were continued until
next Monday and a venire ibr fifty jurors
Some of the saloon proprietors who
have been arrested for violating the mid
night-closing ordinance seem ta imagine
that, until the charge first brought
against them is decided, they can keep
right on violating the law. In this they
are mistakon. and Captain Lee declares
that they shall he arrested for each sep
arate otfense, aud be required, of course,
to give a new bond in each case.
Work will be commenced to-day on
the Yolo levee in front of the town of
The pay-car spent several hours in this
city yesterday distributing coin to tho
employes of the shops.
At the hist meeting of the Carbuilders'
Union live new members were enrolled,
and two applications received.
To-day Chief Engineer Guthrie of the
Fire Department will visit San Francisco
to study the tower system in use there
for drying fire-hose.
A woman known as "Ruby" has been
arrested on a charge of having stolen a
quantity of clothing from the White
House on Third street.
The following Notaries Public were ap
pointed yesterday by the Governor: Al
bert Albrecht, Fowler; L. A. Mendelson,
Santa Ana; J. W. Goodwin, Pomona.
It was not a son of Charles Schmidt
who was injured at Oakland on Tuesday,
but Henry S. Peters, a brother of Martin
Peters in the employ of Mr. Schmidt.
During the absence of the family the
premises of <i. W. Railton were on Sun
day despoiled of a number of choice
plants. The theft is attributed to boys.
G. W. Warner has been appointed a
special officer for night duty in tho vicin
ity of Twentieth and M streets, where a
gang of suburban toughs have been mak
ing miserable the lives of citizens.
It has been decided to hold the Sisters'
fair during Thanksgiving week, and to
conclude with a ball on Thanksgiving
night. Another meeting of the Ladies'
Committee will be held at the convent on
Friday ovening at 7 o'clock.
The directors of tho Orangevale Col
onization Company have organized by
the election of the following officers:
President, T. B. Hall; Vice-President, V.
S. McClatchy; Secretary, George B.
Kat/eustcin; Treasurer, Frank Miller.
The committee appointed to nominate
candidates lor directors of the Sutter Club
for tbe ensuing year has named the fol
lowing ticket: Newton Booth, S. P.
Smith. I. A. Robie, E. J. Dwyer, W. F.
(-Jeorge, E. OL Weinreich, H. Weinstock,
J. IL Pond and Robert C. McCreary. The
election will take place in the clubroom
on November lt)th.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
Mrs. Alice If. Valcnsin came up from
A mo yesterday.
Samuel Poska is slowly recovering
from his recent severe illness.
Charles B. Eilerman will leavo this
eveninar on a three-weeks' business trip
to Portland, Or.
Dr. W. K. doneea? condition is greatly
improved. His illness is not of the worst
typo of pneumonia.
! ad evening, at the home of Mrs. J. S.
Si iead of Dixon, the marriage of her third
daughter, Minnie, to Frank Carroll of
Taootna, Wash., was celebrated. The
bride ta one of Solano's fairest daughters,
and looked particularly charming in her
wedding robes. The groom is a rising
young lawyer of Taeoma and a son of
Thomas Carroll, late nominee for Con
gress on tho Democratic ticket.
Arrivals at the Golden Eagle Hotel
yesterday: D. J. Roper, Philadelphia; L.
McKinstry, Vacavillo; Carl E. Lindsay,
Santa Cruz; C. E. Locke, Chicago; F. V.
W. Hudson, Aeampo: Clarence J. Uhl
and wife, Vacaville; T. C. Arnold, Geo.
I**. Drake, Aaron Hamburger, J. T.
O'Brien, A. C. Ruendale, Geo. S. Allen,
E. ftf. Ferguson, V. S. Pre Scott, A. L.
Young, S. Bauer, Chas. Zuoloman, W. L.
Growall, San Francisco.
Mr. Hncrirln Made No Offer.
In an interview with Charles Reed, tho
purchaser of Belmont's horse SL Blaise,
with regard to the reported offer of $125,
--"00 made by Mr. Haggin for the horso,
he said there was no truth in it what
ever. Furthermore, he said that no one
had approached him with respect to pur
chasing the horse, and even if they did
ho was not desirous of parting with him,
no matter what addition was put on the
§100,000 paid for him.
Dr. Nixon's Library.
D. J. Simmons <fe Co. announce that at 1
P. M. on Friday (to-morrow) they will sell
at auction, at their salesroom, Eleventh
and J streets, tho library and bookcases
of the late Dr. A. B. Nixon, the former
cotuprisiug some 500 volumes.
After this sale the firm will auction off
a large quantity of furniture.
Judge Hogo's Successor.
Charles W. Slack, a Professor in the
Law Department oftho State University,
was 3'esterday appointed by Governor
Markham a Superior Judge for San Fran
cisco to fill the vacancy caused by the
death of the late Judge Joseph Hoge.
Bersaglieri G#ard Ball.
On Saturday evening next the Bersagli
eri Guard will hold its fourth annual drill
and ball at Armory Hall. These anni
versary affairs of the Bersaglieri Society
and Guard aro very enjoyable affairs.
Tho Cloak Model's Howard.
Chock full of oddities aro the courtships
of a big city, says a New York letter. It
is doubtless true that in the cloak houses
of Now York there are the most statu
csquely lwautiful women that the city con
tains. They are well paid girls who do
little besides put or. and take off cloaks,
in order to display the garments to the
purchaser. Cloaks' models aro usually
rather gay alter they have been in tho
business for a while. They are apt to ac
cept invitations from their employers, or
other men with wnom they are associ
ated, to go to the theater or" a beach ex
cursion. One girl was extraordiuarv in
this regard. She was serious and well
balanced, and when her day was done
she wished to do nothing but go home to
her mother and sisters, iter employer
was surprised at what he considered her
eccentricity. She not only calmly ig
nored him, but she would not even con
verse with the handsome salesman who
was a wonderful favorite with all the
other girls. When they saw how indif
ferent tlfo new model was to all the
gallantries offered her they said that sho
would not hold her place long. They
were correct. She held it only three
months. Oh Monday morning she did not
appear, and when questions wero asked
it was learned that she would no longer
try <!i cloaks in the establishment. Tho
handsome salesman gloated over her de
parture. He smilingly asked his em
ployer before all the other models, why
he had discharged the cold and haughty
"Too fine for the cloak business, eh?"
asked tho salesman.
"Yes," replied his employer, "I
thought she was. That is why I asked
ncr to marry me. The wedding is next
A pert creature, who had been accept
ing every invitation sho could get from
her employer, in the hope it might lead
to something, developed a jumping head
ache on the spot, and was compelled to go
home for the day, while the other girls got
together in a corner and assured each
other that their former companion was a
sly one and had been leading the gov
ernor on. JSolsho had—by her invariable
pride and goodness; which goes to prove
that a noble heart allied to a noble liguro
Will land a girl much higher in the world
than the mere figure with the excellent
heart left out.
Dodged the Umpire.
A seedy-looking individual knocked at
the door of a house on Cass avenue, and
when the girl opened it he said :
"Judging from your expression, you
mistake me for a tramp?"
"Yes," said the girl, "judging irom
your appearance 1 do."
"Well, you wrong me. I have had a
wrestle with fate and been thrown, but
I am no tramp."
"I'll let Towser decide," said the girl;
"he never makes a mistake."
But while Towser was getting up the
•eilar^teps the "tramp" worked his way
out of tho neighborhood.—Detroit Free
Come to Stay.
Tho terribly aggravated form of influ
enza, which physicians on tho continent
of Europe designate as "la grippe,"
scorns to nave eireetcd a permanent lodg
ment this side the Atlantic It makes its
reappearance as soon as the cool weather
se;» in. and not infrequently during tho
summer mouths. In the spring it is ram
pant. Nothing checks its lirst attack, or
?o oilectually counteracts its subsequent
ravages, as Hostetter's Stomach Bitters.
The fortifying, invigorating influence of
that beneficent tonic protects the system
against tbo dangers which beset a feeblo
physique and a weakly constitution conse
quent upon abrupt transitions of temper
ature, it diffuses a genial warmth
through the diaphragm, which is the best
.on ective or preventive of a chill, and is
a means of neutralizing the effect of ex
posure in damp or rigorous weather, in .
:i3 rspepsia, liver complaint, costiveness.
rheumatism, malarial and kidney
troubles it is never resorted to without
The custom of keeping birthdays is
>nany years old. It is recorded in the
fortieth chapter of Genesis, twentieth
,-erse: '"And it came to pass on the third
lay, which was Pharoah's birthday, that
ie made a feast unto all his servants."
TAUBNER-In this city, October 27th, Dr.
Carl Taubner, a native of Germany, aged
82 years and 18 days.
OrFrlends and acquaintances arc respect
fully invited to attend tbe funeral Friday
October 3oth, at 2 r. m.. from tho residence
of H. J. Goethe, 120!* X street.
TAAFFE—At Oak Hall, near Sacramento
October 17th. James It. Taaffe. n native of
Ireland, aged 47 years, l month and :>l
day-. JSt. Louis papers plense copy.!
iter Friends and acquaintances are re
spectfully invited to attend the funeral
which will take place from the Cathedral t<^
morrow iFriday) at 2 o'clock. •
BEARD—In this city. October 2Sth, W. If.
Beard, a native of Illinois, aged 39 years 2
months and B days.
**-Friends and acquaintances arc respect
fully invited to attend the funeral this
(Thursday) nfternoon, at 3:30 o'clock, from
his late residence, northwest corner of Fif
teenth and G streets.
GOODENOUGH—In this city, October 28th
Willie IL, infant son of W. B. and Maggie
Goodenough, a native of Sacramento City
Cal., aged 7 clays.
SILVERLOCK—In this city, October 2Sth
Charles M., son of Esther and James Silver!
lock, a native of California, aged 7 months
and 21 days.
jTrf-Interment private. *
HAWN—In Pleasant Grove, October 27th
David Hawn, aged 87 years, l month and
<ar-Fimeral from residence this (Wednes
day) morning at 11 o'clock. *
W DEUCIOUS w
NATURAL FRUIT FUVORS.
Vknflla -^ Of perfect purity.
tW_ ZI « *■*•"«*.
Ainjond -| Economymth«'ruso
RoseetC^-J Flavor as delicately
[ and deUcio usly oa tha fresh fruit.
Change* paily fac ttfctns-tocU, gubin & ©a
FRIDAY, AT 9:30 A. M.
SP=KCIjPII_, SjPlL3=_: OF
Calicoes, Bleached Sheetings, Unbleached
Canton Flannels, White Goods, Table Linen,
Flannels, Crash Toweling, Outing Flannels,
We are making a special effort to have
our Domestic Department free from all short
lengths and remnants before the time for
moving the department into the permanent
space it is to occupy in the new building. In
this lot of Remnants there will be large
numbers of useful lengths at prices much
below regular values.
IMPORTED FASTILACR HOSIERY.
Black Hosiery has come into great popularity, but it is an
all-important thing to get fast black that will not stain or fade.
Our Black Hosiery is dyed by Louis Hermsdorf, a world-famous
dyer in Germany. Such is his pre-eminence that even the best
makers of Europe send their Hosiery to him to be made black.
He does not care about the finish or quality of the hose—he
looks only to the dyeing; that he does to perfection.
Not only is our Black Hosiery fast color, but is entirely
free from all poisonous ingredients.
Ladies' Fast Black Cotton Hose, double heels,
full finished, soft, even texture, guaranteed
stainlessly Louis Hermsdorf, dyer, 25e a pair.
Ladies' Black Cotton Hose, double heels, extend
ing in a splice to the ankle, also double soles
and toes, 50c a pair.
Extra-long Black Cotton Hose for ladies' wear,
double soles and toes, also double heels ex
tending high in the back. A soft, fine hose, for
dress rather than for hard wear. 75c a pair.
All Black Cotton Hose, with openwork drop
stitch, giving a wide ribbed effect, pretty and
dressy, double heels and toes, SOc a pair.
Ladies' All Black Hose, with heavy narrow
ribbing, excellent for wear, guaranteed fast
black by Louis Hermsdorf, 65c a pair.
Weinstock, Lubin & Co.
. 400 to 412 X St.. Sacramento.
f— THE FINEST ASSORTMENT OF—
TO BE FOUND IN THE CITY AT
Mrs. M. A. Pealer's,,
619-623 J Street, Sacramento.
Something New in Patent Rockers,
Covered in Velvet Carpot, with. Woven "Wire Seats.
See Our New Spindle Back Patent Rocker at #3 50.
SOME ELEGANT PATTERNS Tn THREE-PLY AND
CHAS. M. CAMPBELL, 409 X St.
FURNITURE AMID CARPETS.
Which will "be noted in this-* space from day to day
until all are sold.
J. S. Nelson & Son Shoes, calf welt, worth $5 re
duced to $3 50.
Pentucket Dongola Button, in opera or French toe
■worth $2 75, reduced to $1 95.
Two Specialties, but more to be announced later on.
IP^TEH PER CENT. REDUCTION ON ALL GOODS. STRICTLY CASH.<="CX
O'Brien's Shoe Store, 607 J Street.
_X FOR "HI CROSS" fffmiß PAPER
A GOOD QUALITY LINEN PAPER AT A LOW PRICE IN LETTER
AND LEGAL SIZES AND DIFFERENT WEIGHTS.
w. f\ P^usnsrELT-,, co© _r street.
w7 h. COMSTOCK,
IMPORTER ANT> DEALER IN
FURNITURE, BEDDING, MIRRORS, ETC.
BQI tar-id SQ3 X Street. Corner RlftH»
MT llAVIS!F^t^^ Carpels,
unu. v. Un iiu Wail Psp . f of AU mk M for hkt v
■ai 1-^-13 X Srteet. Sacramento.
WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS, 428 J STREET, BETWEEN FOURTH A*m !
Fifth, dealers in WATCHES. JEWELRY and DIAMONDS. RKP-VIRINQ in all lt_
branches a specialty, under Mr. Floberg. Agents for ROCKFORD WATCIICOMPANY. I
LEADING JEWELER OF SACRAMENTO, AQENT FOR PATEK PHIIIPPP * m>*.
WATCHES-best tn the world. SIGN 6f THE TOWN CLOCK,' 315 J STREET B_S
ramento. ■' • *•—"■r |
WM. B. MILLER,)
No. eas J St.. Saoramonto. Cal.. '
KRBI*S ON HAND A FINK LINK OF
DIAMONDS. WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
*&- Repairing ol Watche* and Jewelrs
A Siipfesslitl Life
DOES NOT "MEAN A PROBFBBOUS
business cttrwr. There is Bomethin.
vasti>* more important than that. Qoo«
lnulth is one of the '*ssential Btepptnc-ctonea
to a successful life. If you ure a Buflereryou
can probably be relieved. If \ou arc out ot
the city bo treated by mail.
Take the cue of J. r». now \.m\ lvnrvn.
Placer County, Cal. H<* raflfcred from heart
liiiiure and rneamatism andwa >«■ npletely
cared. He wrote aa follows: • toful
for tiie help I have received at your hands.
Every day mend- remark lo me that i
better, w Inn only a short time a-o they e\
pected to hear of my death. 1 Em I that an in
stitution that ktaa snatched me from th,* (rave
ns >,»u have, deserves the wain,, .m encourage
ment. Believe me, gratefully yours,
rned.) •• J. V.. HOWARD."
Many others have also been cured:
w. A..Cox, 520 0 Btreet, Sacramento.oured
of rheumatism and kidney i o* ble
\s. s. Ka;i. 32. X street, S icramento, cured
of catarrh und uervoua
W. B. Trlggs, I n; X street, Baeramento,
cured of dyspepsia aa I general debility.
Mrs. Wheeler, Stockton, cured
Ing is rears.
The DOCTOB WII.I.IAMs DISPEN
is a Medical nnd Surgical Institute, located
permanently al ■>!■.* X str.et, for the cure of
all diseases, afflictions and detoruiiUes. A
staff oi physicians and surgeons, having di
plomas and the InU col
leges 'if nu .liein,' and sur
Ists, who have had long ex ] v ti. at ing
speciaJ and chronic . constant
attendance. The great a : in institu
tion of this character has la clt-demon
live, -j^ow often an indlvidua ph* I
erroneously diagnosed a case. Our patients
have the advantage of having the cm
eal and surgical staff diagnose t ielr case when
it is necessary, for which th re Is no addi
tional cost A pharmacy is attached and all
prescriptions till.', tree of chai
Sufferers from Rheumatism A*rthraa, Con
sumption, Catarrh. Dyspei>sla. Ii
Scroiula, Female weakness, On eer. Heart
Disease, Bronchitis, Kriii>t oob, Sm t Rheum,
Tapeworm, Deafness, any Se .. D
Lost Manhood, Malaria, Urlnarj Troubles,
Piles, Bowel Troubles, should call at once.
Low charges. ■« Ithln the reach of all, c
with the besi medical and surgical skill. Con
sultation, advice and tnorouKh examtnation
free to patients. A friendly talk may -aye \ou
thousands of dollars ,n* years oi suffering,or
perhaps your life. Young, mid • ■ old
men suffering from the effects of follies and
excesses restored to perfect health, manhood
and vigor. Every vißltoi Been privately,and
ah communications received In aacredconfi
Open daily from 0 v. m. to t P.M.and 6 tip 8.
Inordertoaoeommodate tl ose whocannol call
during the week, we havi I Sunday
ofiiee hours from '.) Ui 1 f. H.
DOCTOR WILLIAMS' . DISPENSARY,
Gl2 X Btreet, Sacramento, Cal.
§ THE TAILOR
Has Just received a fine
line of the latest style' in
WOOL X N S
Kor Un Holiday Trade.
Begiii Bosßta Suits.
toMS, r frfii W to $35.
Mv™^ r h'm &[(,%[!
samples or Cloth and
Rotofl for Seif-nioiisuro
raent sent FKKE to any
Na 600 J St., cor. Sixth,
520 J Street,
Between Fifth and Sixth,
-W-It-ranch, houso of 9an Francisco
<^. SCHNERR & CO.
(Sueeessors to Postel & Sehnerr),
Nos. im and 1113 Front Street, S_cramento, Cal.
"PROPKIKTOMS CAPITAL SODA WORK'S
JT and tJeneral Agents Fredericksburg Brew
fiig Company, dealers in Wines, imported
Mineral Waters, Carbonated ininks. Flasks,
Our Sarsaparilla, Iron and Viehv Water and
Calitornia Orange Cider still lead on this
coast on account of their health fulness, purity,
deMcate Uavor and keeping qualities.
*_*- lie ware of Irresponsible parties,
who, nnder all sorts of misrepresenta
tion, offer for sale similar but vastly
Inferior -roods mado in outside town a-
S. "W. Corner Seventh and X Sts..
J. S. O'CaLLAGHAN, Proprietor,
Druggist and Apothecary.
TCE CREAM SODA, WITH ALL KINDS OP
I fruit flavors. Also, all kinds of Mineral
jf^Sr-y^*, Wo rcihl th* marvelous Frrnrh
/-__ C Ml B«a«dT CAUTHOS fro*?, nn.l a
Oy WI mm tH \ legal guarantee that Calthos will
K__g__ x— 1 STOI* Dinrh-i-srcA & Rml.rtnnm
\t<!~Z Bt'-S' V CVKK '•i% I Tmnrorrli<.n.Vurk*<Kvlc
UJT>|j: \ nnd RESTORE I.o*t Vl_or.
\^™i»^ Use it and pay if satisfied.
V 'ft_ i 7 1' AiidTMi.. YON MOHL CO.,
•s:--^_ Sole -Imcritln AcpnU, Clnriisistl, niitiv-B
*f mSSSSSSSSSSSSfSSSSS* '" "" " -'■'■*■'
Dr. t.n__ix oerßArns oriejjtaj&
CBEAM, OR MAGIfAt BEAI'TITIEB
S_*» liemove.^ Tan. Pimples,
"|S jgKi__-_rv*ti. Freckles. Moth Putciiw,
X *~ A**' "■•^ys Hash nnd Hkin
«__:_ _f^"-_^^|i_; leases, and cv-
Sila *VaW2& tM J_abe«Uy,«idd-_ei
u.°z.% Bk 'mfr jl^*;/-etoction. ith_s
S| Z• •-B _8r !_/ ~'v"d th* aM; ot
KMa; _^ _/ £_t -'.wyears, and'..;_o
P__!2i JL ■?-§-» l-.arndess we taste
wISB V**^ *s*Vr^. if) it to be sure ft U
rAt ci }W f ( ' r °l'er*lJ* made.
/^^•_ -^SL_^^^-3 \ > r*>it of sirailar
*^^*1K j - \ name. Dr. L. A.
SzJr\^mf !m?OSF7 _n i * t s*yw ,M*icl to *
f^^ 58?X_B^?* jj^vSl. / 'u"y °' tbe hant
f- <"* x l^'^Wl *? -u:i I a patient):
I ' _/ 6_ !**_ "Aa you ladlea
\\sS _j~\ jV\ '•viu vs* them. I
r„ud's Cream' as thp l^asi harmful of tjiU the Skin
preparations." For *>al'». by all drMctfiPt** nnd Cinoy
Hoods dralor** in the t Tnit^u States, .ana<l*_) and Eu
rope. FRKi). T. KOPKI2CS, Proprietor, :<7 t-rtat
J_j_e_fl_eeu_««w V_fi_ a*_-5-T-_">B_t