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QUITE A LIVELY SESSION.
Preliminary Tilting on the Hydraulic
A Troublesome Road Matter Knocked \
Out—Supervisor Bates Objects-
Advertising tlie County.
The Board of Supervisors convened for
Us November session yesterday, Mr.
Ones presiding and ail of the mem
Clerk Rhoads read a petition from ■
-lumber of residents in the vicinity of
he Courthouse who want an
.ight piaced on Seventh street, at the ;
•corner of the alley back of the jail, where
Robert Allen was murdered by ;
They set forth that the alley afford
excellent hiding-place for I
pads, being dark and narrow. T:
also called attention to the fact that
opium was being passed into the County
Jail through the- ventilators which open
upon the alley.
MR. DATES OX DE'"X.
Supervisor Bates had his kick:
clothes on again, and took advantage
this opportunity to express himself. He;
•aid the county was already paying out
Sl4 a month for an electric light to ill :
aate the exterior of the Courthc
ts location did not suit it could
moved around to the alley. He was
posed to paying out aii\' more money
•rierric lights. He sai en mur
der was the only "accident" that had
'•urrt'd at the alley, and there was i.
danger of a repetition of that affair.
Supervisor Black moved that the peti- j
Man be granted, but Mr. Jei -red|
an amendment to tib
matter be piaced in ti:»- han -
Building Committee with power to
After some further discussion of the ;
subject Mr. Jenkins' motion prevailed,
Mr. Bates alone voting agai:: -
•riimunk-atiou - from
D. Z. Holioway and a number t>i ot
who own land in the vicinity of the pro
posed new "Dfllmaa road," whi .
at>cts Sacramento avenue in < *ak Park!
with the Fruit Ridge road,
imposition u> this road, ;md the authors
01 thiis communication :o notify
the board that if the road was not opened i
as desired by Mr. Diiiuian and or her-,
they would be deprived oi au outiei from
The communication was referred to
AN ALLIANCE OBJFCT:
A communication - ved from j
the Far:: rice of Florin emb
ing a set of resolutions au<4 utly |
oy that organization, .
Sup --- • • raHm miners I
permiaaioo to <i^an uj> their mines tins
winter, and that - s strictly >
*dher? to the law as laid down in the j
•Joid Run and North Bioomfie
and in accordance wM 'her de- i
Mr. . - feet aga.ii;. He
was a little ■.'.ngry. too. He . I
know what the object of tha* communi
cation was —whether or not it was for the
purpose of intimidating the board. The
oommittee whk-h had gone to lowa If ill
to investigate the matter had not reported
and s«: ::^e people vvhu seemed to
Snow just what the report was
be, and just how each Supervisor '.\us
going to vote. This being the cac
remarked somewhat sarcastically that
bo need of a report from the
annan Greer said he should ruie
that a communication from
was always in order, and Mr. Bates' ob
jeettoa was not good.
Mr. . had no ob
d to tiling the oommonicatio
ac did obje<H to the methods adopted br
:>eople for influencing the v
■.icrvisors. Ho thought they should
at least let the committee submit a re
port before any howling was done.
WANT A BP.I.
A petition was received from several
land-owners in Road District 14.
■ be appropriated frouith
sraLroad mud for the purpose of
for a new bridge on th
?h on the way from
the Upper Stockton road to the grant Hue
Mr. Batr> objected—in fact, h
losd^ with objections yesterday. Hes;>id
I ?een Road Overseer Coons of that
:. and had be n given to under
hand that the bridge was unciercct
don now, and that some er bad
been secured from another locality
bad answered the purp«>-
When Mr. Jenkins explained that that
■at down, a] .vith the other- . -
fer the matter t a -—-^
Mr. Black, of the Building Committee,
reported that a new stone sidewalk was
needed on the S reet side of the
Coartboase. The matter -ver.
Mr. Bates, when called upon for a re
port from the Finance Committee, re
marked that all he had to say was to ad
vise the board not to spend the county's
money faster than it was c<~>ll^.
.1 cau take that advk-e to yourself,
sir."' retorted Chairman Greer, angrily.
"Oh, but you vote me down
once in a while/ replied Mr. Bacos, with
WAS NOT VALID.
The petition of John Mackey and others
for a new road extending northerly from
the en nnoct
ing with the Tv
down tat hearing \ when
Mr. Groer called the matter "up Attorney
Matt F. Johnson addressed the board on
behalf of three non-ooi j land
owners. He demonstrated iv a few min
utes that the pet;aoners» for the road had
•1 of the petitioners were n^
-in that district. On the strength
of this showing the Supervisor
ruisse 1 the riiii:
- . r^ssed the
-> >n to improve a piece of
road which runs upon a levee near the
. -.hat locality, he .--aid. had n
iim that this road did not beiong to the
Mr. ' - rmed that it was a
xmnty road, and that he hid the right to
-mprove it. He was advised, however,
act to touch it j i -he treat
.he particular reclamation district in
id had r-:
>ntract for rai ree several
I Mfould also include improve
ments to the road.
LIQCOR MEN AGAIN.
D O. Connor, a saloon-keeper, was
..n an an
-■ body. II
*n an -vhkh he wished to have
lor license ordina:
.nor as one who ■
•oxicants in less quantity than one gal
lon, instead of one quart, ss the ordi
aance now reads. He then v.
speech, in which he said the q
\irement system was working a bai
upon honorable dealers. He. for in
stance, was paying $87 S§' a quarter in
order to ex -
out mercb ■.:. - »es for | r. j thus
The matter was taken under advise
es the liquor dealers, Mr. Connor
.said, desired to present more facts to the
Chairman Greer called attention
proposition made some tinie ago toad
ramento County by inserting
- in a book
aow being published by the State Board
Mr. Kates believed the money ex
pended for soda purposes might as well
be thrown Into the r
"I do not agree with you,"* responded
-he ' -*-h in our
■oanty. I pie of the
East kne~ • had hundreds of
Acres of va. is unoce\ipied which
oould be parcaaaed far from $20 to |40 per
FACRAyCESTO ftATLY EECOKP-X-yioy, TUEmday, jnuvejubeh 3, 1891.—SIX PAGES.
acre, our population and wealth would be
• illy nuniand Every county in
1 be state "will be represented in this book,
and for Sacramento to be left out wouid
i be a disgnu-e to this board.* 1
"I strenuously object," insisted Mr.
Bate*, "to imposing upon immigrants by
j ftoo-ling the East with exaggerated de
scriptions and pictur
'•1 do, too," replied Mr. Greer, "bur
•re facts, and that is what we pro
pose to place in our literature which wo
[ send abroad."
Upon motion of Mr. Black the matter
' was referred to Chairman Greer, with
power to act, $175 to be the limit of the
COUNTY LAW LIBRARY.
County Clerk Rhoads addressed the
I>oard with reference to the County Law
■ Library fund. He said that the la< I. r
- islature established a library for ea<-Ji
1 county, and provided that the State
furnish each with a compi
of California reports and the codes. Fees
were then collected by the County Clerk
a soil is tiled, and this s^ots to a
fund ■ purcuase other books for
the library. Mr. Rhoads said he had
b .tion of the board to this
I matter-last April, but no attention had
; been paid to it. He had now collected
j something like 1300, and if the Super
visors ose to establish the
fhe intended to return the money.
There would be no expense to the county,
: to tit up a room for the reception
,of the book-. Aec >rding to the new law
! the Chairman ot the Supervisors, th<? two
! Supenor Judges, and two members of the
ted by the Superviaors,
should constitute a Hoard of Library
(ttrge of the library.
Chairman <•. that action
1 was not taken - April
• ord did not i
Mr. Bates said he didn't "hooray" for
. : ary Ln April ;>osed \
it would entail a big l«Ll ; .pou the county.
It wa .-h the library
ly in ■ sjuire room in the !
■ tints i
Frank D. Ryan and W. A. An
from the bar. to act with
the Chairman and the Superior Jud
an axse le\
rseer Hamilton of DistricVNo. '
session, with re I work j
going on in his district* The lewe bniid
roached upon the c
some ten feet, and he desired to place the \
- in the hands of the board. Be
•red it his duty to report the
Supervisor Bates thought that If snu":ci- :
entroa ■ to answer the pui - -
!of travel the board should sot int. .
raa ■ good thing and would
Mr. Greer agreed
that there would
ing uutii somel plained that the I
- too narrow.
It v,-.>. j . to tet the matter rest, as
there is b thirty-two-foo* road lefl winch
will answer ail pur; - -.
DIi.F.MAN BOAS A'iAIN.
There was quite a a . Park
people present t c . ir views on the I
proposed Sacramento avenue and Fruit
I that a number
sons oat there bad beei
with lutvi: ■ i the land for tho i
road some time ago, bat yesterday
claimed that they did not to :hx \
county. It was true, they said, that the
n to the public, I
Iso for two years, and if left *a for five
! years weu. . me a county road by ;
. considered it now a prf- ;
1 vate road, and wanted it to remain as \
i such, rbeyhad no
remaining there, but it the county wanted
•ra tt to i>; | : it the
rate of about fTQQ an acre for the land
: taken from them.
M. J. Dillnian, unp of the principal
. : :ue road, was present, and
he and the Doo-consenteTS e^- ho&o ■
wrathy wrangle, w'uicn had to beg
by the Chairman several ti
.. incident occorred during the
argument, une of the non-cons<?i.
Mr. Palmer, was endeavoring to convince
ard that he should be paid at the
r for his land, because
■ :.-. .' ... chat h'j
even wouldn't sell for (700 sn acre. In
the midst of all ti. ■ Assessor
Irving stepi>e<i in and qaietry took a
He remembered that this" land was
only worth $100 when he went to a~
t y, so he pulled out his notebook
and jotted down some data. There was
rnation in the non-cunsenters'
- overe 1 the Asa H
but it was tor.> late. He said he would
.-. t year.
The ■. td matter con
ntire afternoon, and no
nnderstandine was reached, so the matter
was postponed lor further hearing until
The Tmstees .Apparently Unable to
< ori<» VHth the Subject.
The ordinance present; d by Secretary
Xichola of tho Board of Health r
to the burning <>f leaves, rubbish, etc.,
and prohibiting the same from I
till v. was up for consideration
-day by the City Tiustees.
Mayor Conwtock said he did not think
3U«-h an ordinance was needed. It was
getting to be winter time now, and nob- >dy
itb leaves. . I
. faiien from the trees,
and in a short time therewodidb£no
-to burn. He did not want the
ordman<;-e pas>e<J. <
Trustee McLaoshlin n«iid the ordinance
was one that has S-een needed for a ior.g
time. Then were <-ompiaints all over
out the burning of leaves at
night, and the smoke at tunea v. a.- -
Z. He believed the ordinance was a
ne, and ought to be paased. It was
recommended by the Board or Health,
and thoy were supposed to be working
tot the good of the <-ity.
Trustee Conklin did not think the
ordinance" lasrj at this time of
the year. According tv ,its provisions a
penw-n could burn leavea after iO o'ciot-k
in the morning, or before midnight. He
of those hours it was
irnpc-- urn rubbish. The dew
<*tt!ed on the leaves and they could not
rned until the sun < arne out and
dried them. He was not in favor of the
Ho would rather vote for or.
: the burning of leaves at
any time : ts.
ly dropped th- -
.aide, to be
taken up a: ."uretime.
The following articles of incorporation
riled in the Secretary of State's
Atr: I mpound Com
pany - m Francisco. Capital
ni — John S«r
. E. Jungerman. W. B. Frederi< k.
Henry Beneman and James E. Watson.
Net!" A to. of San Francisco!
■ ■ :.»i rectors—John
B. >"eff. S. 3. Barge, M. J. Donahoo, C.
If. Allison and J. E. Allison.
H&rkness Gold Mining Company of
San Fraariseo. Capital stock, iIuO.QOO.
Directors —Alfred Dixou. W. S. <'hap
uian. . - P. .M r-. J. E. Mason
man Evangelical St. John's Church
of Woodland. Directors—EL Hachmann,
G. Rath, W. Heidemeyer and H. Hed>
Susanville Water Company. Capita!
stock. $30,000. Directors—H. L. Cain J
- '■'. S. Davis, H. M. Shadan and
W. F. Ferry.
Great Western Paint Company of San
Francisco. Capital stock. Si.OOO.Goo. Di-
HICIUH —Wm. Farweli. 0. C. Pope, A E
Alden, E. W. Harlow and R. a. Cole^
SrßSTiTrnoys of ■weil-known a«lver
tLsed articles seem to be the order of the
day. We deem it ouiy justice to our
patrons to warn our readers against this
form of piracy. When yoa want an
article, ask your merchant or druggist
for it and don't act«pt a subatitaie.
At Hammer's must J street. 70a
. i tae imrgpA stock of musical goods.
Sole agency for OhJekertaflr <k Sens' pianos. *
n-wat A Soy's, popular Pease and
briUian; Gabler Broa.' pianos: easy Install
meau. A, J. Ponuiier. corner Kintb a&d J. •
A Claim That They Were Selected for
And Could Not Give a Saloon-Keeper
an Impartial Trial—The Case of
The trial of Henry Kohne. who has
been arrested several times for violation
of the ordinance requiring saloons to
close at midnight, was begun yesterday
in the Police Court, a venire of fifty citi
zens having been summoned from which
to select a jury. Clinton L. White ap
peared as special counsel for the city to
assist City Attorney Hart, and the de
fense waa represented by Grove L. John
son and W. A. Anderson.
The defense first demurred to the com
plaint on the ground that Section 10 of
Ordinance Xo. 175 is illegal, and there
fore void, and that it is unreasonable,
The demurrer was submitted to the court
without argument, and was promptly
Then the defense objected to the entire
venire of talesmen, holding that it had
been packed in th--inter prose
cution. It is true the ben - roceu
y well-dressed, intelligent-looking
citizens who hat been summoned there,
looked likt- the kind of men that a
n falsely ac used would like to have
sit in judgment upon bis c
The argument was that Officer Frazee,
summoned the jury, was prejn
a the cause of the defendant and
selected only snchcitizens as he believed
not give Kohne a lair and im
A recess was taken in order that the
officer might be c*Ued to explain, [n the
ttine the oßk or arm ed, an I be
was dosely q
counsel tor the .A
■ay, however, «
o secure a renire of representative
is. Ik' had no ' r kguinst
(ant wbatei er.
sh »: of it all was that
Cravens denied the challenge, to wbifh
a 1 an exception, and thfl
selectian of a jury was. then proceeded
with. Mr. Johi - ■ rigid in his
exaininfition of - veral being ex
- . lit was!
- panel wa . Those finally
ed to try the - : S. H.
..M Watt, A. Walter, J. B.
White, A. Dassonville, L. Auker, W. P.
SeawrighC, F. N. Tracy. M. L. Wi- •. Q.
. Church, 'Jeorge Ritchie and I. C.
r the usual preliminaries had been
■■-■■.- . exist
ence of the ordinance, etc., the case was
continued until this morning.
Pupils Who Won l.'Utliu-tion During
the Month .Tu*t Passed.
The monthly distribution of testimoni
als at the Christian Brothers 7 College
took place yesterday afternoon, with the
following result for October in the
various classes (the first figures
indicating the percentage, and the
latter the classes : William E. Murphy
!V7—l, Edward J. Kelly <*>—2, Walter J.
Heonessy 95—3, Edward v. Payen
J. J. Reeves 93—2, Thoma-A. k - '
Thomas A. Murphy 91—4, Char] -
Donovan, 5, Howard F. H
Daniel f\ Sweeney 84 _. . oass P.
Sheehau SO— L Joseph L. Donahue
Charles K. Wells i tephen H.
78— >'\ William P. Cunningham 75—7, Wil
liam F. Morley74—B, K. J. Mcßrid
i. J. M. Br« - .. F. P. Kurpinsky
:>">— l. J. M. Mnrphy CO-3, H. H
9—l, C. J. Criley -7 .">. <>. B. Me]
85— ti, T. P. CFConoeU •"■- . B.
87—5, W. M. Welch B&—7, R. V. SI
**■— 6, il. J. Kan . -. .!. E. roach
-. J. J. Han) n€ -a. C. M
-ft, E. If. Denny 81—10, Charles
livers si— 10, S. J.r.owden 80 —11. Law
rence F. Maloaey S*>—11. W. H. MeMorry
*o—ll. Charles A. Koeker 81— 1, John I-.
Reedy 90—2, i seph L. a. - _■
George C. V. •■..-:; 88 —I, Char! -
Francis 88—4. Egbert P. Scollyß7— 6,
Jerome Sullivan 85—7, D. F. Cunning
7, OsroJ. T:iml ><'>—7, Patri^-k
I^ivelle Ss—lo. Harry It. Sheehan i .>-!i».
John V. Welch 8&— 10. James F. White
. William Lynn S4—l4. T. L. Rowan
s+—l4, George H. White 83—16, John
M »Bfc—l7, <ieoi^e M. Staiget -
K'hvard J. MeGinnia SI—I^-. W .
: tzgeraldßo—2o, John McCain I U
Colrnan Flaherty 39- 2, L. li. -
millerß*—t, HenryA. Bern -7— j, Allan
R. Sweeney 88 —&, Henry T. K::rke
Bersoan H. Kurz »4 —»J, William C. Tur
ton 8^—8t John I.aveile v"J—8, Fraaos
Azaredo 77—1 ■■!, Francis Sollivan 77—10,
Oswald M. Hector 76—1.J, Victor Seruio
WILSOX MSTRK'T BCHOOX.
Following is the report of the first an.i
second grades in sp?iiing of the v
L>:srri'-t School, Thomas A. Ha.l, teacher,
for October: <>liver Sanders 90, Mamie
Roach 18, Addie Vaughn SB, Theresa
Pickett ••*>. £ldred Pi
Talbot l>;, Albert Pierson 92. Third and
fourth grades.: ilai't-l Talbot 100, Mabel
Vaughn 99, Emma Griuishaw 96, Eva
Fier>ou 96, Willie Sanders 98, Louis
Wright '.*>. Ma^ie Pfekett
. Melyin > mghn9o, Willie Grim
shavv SS T E<lith Wirta " ~.\th grade:
Myrtle Sc-hulp r<4, Lottie S
Georgie T« I 2, Clarenf-e Wirta 92,
Annie Vaujjhn 80, Walter Murj .
Polly Thorne, Ednah Witts.
Painter James H. Moßnrney Receives
a Fatal Jail.
A few minutes after 7 o'clock yesterday
morning, v James IT. Mcßurney, a
painter in the employ of L. P. Anderson.
• - ing to enter upon hi>
labor at the Washerman, Davis A Co.'s
building, at the eoraec of Fifth and J
-. he met with a fall that resulted in
He was about to begin work on the out
side wall of the building, and had
climbed over the fire-wsll preparatory t>>
des<*ending upon the swinging staging
when his het-i caught upon th»
enrnke. causin;? him to lose his balance
and tail to the s; I • low.
There was nothing to break the faii,
and he struck the hard walk with su--h
terrible force as to fracture
He received other severe injuries, bul the
one mentioned was fatal.
Persons in the vicinity ran to the un
fortunate man's assistance and t"ok him
to the Receiving Hospital, word being
sent to his wife in the meantime.
The poor fellow lived bat an h^nr,
dying m the arms of his grief-stricken
wife. It was one of the saddest scenes
ever witnessed in that hospital.
Deceased came her© from Milaad, Rock
Island County, 111., where his parents
now reside. Besides his wife he leaves
one child, and their home is at v? 0-* D
street. He was a native of Scotland, and
4i years of age. The funeral will take
SETTLERS FOR CAPAY.
A Colony of Danlsn-Amerlcans to be
Located Near Rumsey.
The Woodland Mail states that the first
installment of colonists to be settled in
Capay Valley, Yolo County, is now due.
ah Prins and Koch, the St. Paul,
Minn., agents for the Southern Pacific
Railroad Company, have sent the col
onists on. ticketed through to Ramsey at
the head of Capay Valley, where they will
be received by the Southern Pacific peo
p'.e. The colonists are American Ehanes.
Capay Valley is sirnatf-d ninety miles
from San Francisco by rail. It embraces
about 40,000 acres of very rich valley
land. The Southern Pacific Company
owns about 10,000 acres there, and have
given a portion of it to Prins and Koch
to settle with colonists.
Baptist Church Entertainment.
A large and enthusiastic audience as
sembled at the Emmanuel Baptist
Church, corner of Twenty-fifth and N
streets, on Friday evening. An interest
ing programme was rendered, consisting
of instrumental solos by Miss Kowena
Reed and Misa Eva Brown; vocal solos
by Miss Minnie Wiesel and W. Gibson;
a vocal duet by Miss Josie R. Knight and
Miss F. May Zimmerman, and recita
tions by George M. Purnell and H. B.
Hutchins. All the parts were well ren
dered, Ths feature of the evening was
the solo by Mr. Gibson. "I Fear No
After the programme was finished re
freshments were served by the ladies of
the church. The evening of music and
sociability eiDSfld with the singing of
"Home. Sweet Home," and other pieces,
by Miss Ltda Clinch.
The ladies hureh, under wbosa
es the antertainox
expressed their ht-arcy thanks to all who
had so kindly volunteered their services.
Berlin Con^h Cure.
For _ - Ad all lung and
merit It Is perieetly hanoJ
' uMStn from
day*, ii. : ■ ur bt<t phy
"tl«; aiTl you will uivvavs
. Prfcc, 60 cents a bottle. TheW. H.
Bone Com pan v, s H u Praaftlseo, sole rropri
■ I ■ Dto. Try C,
C. Liniment k>r uchtsund pal
Go TO Alsip £ Ox's auction at Ninth and F
iday morning. Bee advertisement.
Aiveopportunity (orafla*borne. *
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gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand"Vill pro
cure it promptly for any one v.ho
wishes to try it. Do cot accept any
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dcci theaoTereiga remedies «fthe\Verld.
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richly boend ta cloth and «n'.-i. mailed trea,
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Cor. Wullam aad Jaha Btreta, »»tt Tort.
S P E C I F I C S j
C^hangeb Dail^ far the 3£e&
j&JT 0 jPI. IXI.
We will commence the great sale of the stock of Millinery Goods
purchased of Mrs. £ A. Wayne, whose place of business was
San Francisco. The sale will continue until all of this stock is
sold. The latest and most fashionable styles will be found
here. The prices will be lower than ever before seen in this city.
In a great variety of styles,
At One-third Their Real Value.
No. 12 Black Grosgrain All-silk Ribbon, satin
edge, 9c a yard; No. 16, 10c.
Plain Grosgrain All-silk Ribbon, in colors, satin
edge, No. 10, 12c a yard; No. 16. 12c a yard.
Black Watered Ribbon, No. 2, 2?;-c a yard. ;
Fancy Ribbon, all silk and velvet, No. 40, in new
designs, 23c a yard. '
All-silk Ribbon, double faced, two colors, No. \
Velvet and Satin Ribbon, two shades, with fancy
edge. No. 16 ? 25c. ! ,
Fancy-striped and Brocaded All-silk Ribbon,
Nos. 22 and 16, lOc a yard.
Large Fancy Birds, in all colors, 17c.
Black Birds, 15c. ; '
Raven Black Parrots, 33c.
Fancy Straw Hats and Toques, in all the latest
shapes, 5 and lOc. ;
English Milan Braid Hats, new shapes, 30c.
Felt Hats, new shapes, 2O and 23c.
French Felt Hats, 50c.
Segard Aigrettes, 3 in bunch, for 10c.
Wings, in ail colors, 3, 5 and 10c.
Buckram Frames, oc. # j
Handsomely Trimmed Children's School Felt
Ostrich Tips, black and colored, 10c.
Ladies' Fine French Beaver Hats, wide rim, $1.
Short lengths in Velvets and Plushes.
RED HOUSE. SACRAMENTO.
AHEAD OF ALL, MAGEE RANGES,
Ju;!* r^eived the second carload of those celebrated
MAGEE RANGES, the world's best. This makes the second I I
carload this month. Our sales on the MAGEE RANGES are
rapidly increasing Buy a MAGEE and you will use no i:
other. Prices for a No. 7, $29 and up.
I have the largest and most complete stock of
IFjPIPS.LOPS. HEATING STOVES
On the coast, and at the lowest prices. I also have a larae in
voice of HOT-AIR FURNACES. Parties wishing a Furnace
for their residence will do well to call on me before giving
their order, for I have the only Furnace Guaranteed to heat
five rooms with no more fuel than you Would use in an or
dinary Parlor Stove. Be sure and see them. lam sole agent.
H. K. WALLACE, 813-815 J St., Sacramento.
SACRAMENTO LDIBER COWANY,!^^^^-^
MAIN orriOß-Second street, L and M. YARD-Front and ft stTretg. Sacramento.
The I Leading I Photographer,
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SHERWOOD HALL NURSERIES
■EHLO PARK, SAJi MATEO COCTTY, CIL
, Carnations, Roses, Chrysanthemum*
and Cnt Flowers.
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NOVEMBER i, iggi.
Trains Leave and are Due to Arrive at
LEAVE TRAINS RUN DAILY. ARRIVE
*4:35 A Calistoga and Napa.. *n- .*> \
*H:5O A a and Napa.. *S4O P
10:5(» P A-.i.anrl and Por-Jund... 4-20 \
7:00 P Demiiic. hi Pasound Ej*.*t 7■■•«. p
7::;r, P Knights L!djng<&i>ri>ville 7:io \
10:40 A ■_^.. Lohi Angeles 10:25 A
Ogaen and East—Second
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t.'entral Atlantic X.x.
10:00 P .for Ogden and East. 7-j. v
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4:3 a A Van v r.i:nisco via Renicla 11. .0 A
f>:o<) A sun Franciscovhißeniuia 11:30 V
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10:10 A San.ios . >. p
7:00 P Santa Barbara.. 10 25 A
•4:85 A Santa Ro- :
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11:55 A Truckeeand ,:: z\<> \
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3:05 P Calis!O:a and Napa H-4O p
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CROCKER'S. MM .! Staeet
♦g* Open Evenings This "Week.
(usawrs specific mixtirk.
W'itfi Tifis rf;mp:dy persons i
\ l cure BMOMtrea withou*. trie I'-ast
postire. ciiait^e of diet or change in apt
robaainess. Thenuedictnecontalni! n
itiftaatiaot the least injury t/^ th*r consi
tion. Astt yonr drutrzist for it. Prtoe, jjsi a ;
Cayqg jrallcij Jan&».
A GAPAY ffltOYY
R till ni t/ULUii It
Busy Fruit-Growers in a Pretty
Yoio Valley—Tancred and Its
J» THE SPRINQ OF LAST YEAB
Robert A. and Meal D. Barker associate*
themselves with William McKay, all of O»*.
land, with a view of searching out a suitable
loaation m which to engage In the profitable
occupation of fruit-growing. After visiting
irany localities, they decided on the Capay
Valley, Yolo County, and the Rhodes tract at
Negotiations were opened with the Capay
Land Company, owning the tract in
Hiesuon. Wltii w. H. Aims, the General
Agent of that company, they arranged for th«
purchase of about 220 acres of foothill land
rhia being more than they had thought ot
taking for their own use, they spoke to a
Dumber of friends about it. with the result
that tiie tract was divided among the follow-
Ing people: B. JL. Hickok, 40 acres; W. T.
Parnett, 20 acres; >\ T. Greath.ad, 20 acre*;
Mrs. L. Greathead, 20 acres; \V. McKay, 20
acres; N. D. Barker, 20 acres; K. A. Barker,
20 acres; J. P. Brownlee, 20 aores; E. H. Ha*
lett, 10 acres; Joseph Barkor. 10 acres; A. \V.
Keily io acres, and Frederick Kelly, 10 acres.
Solar this had been merely a private ven
ture of the gentlemen above named, but In
talking up the question of dividing the land
already purchased, it was found that po many
more would like to join it than the area of the
purchase wouid admit of, that it was sug
gested on all hands, "Why not gat gome more
land and divide it up in th* same way?"
Then followed the idea of a stock company to
take hold of a larger tract and arrange for the
cultivation of the whole of it,aft.-r subdividing
U according to the requirements of the sub
ccribers. A provisional board was formed, a
prospectus issued, and finally, on the sth of
June, 1890, the Western Co-operative Col
onization and Improvement Company was
duly registered and proceeded to business,
with the following officers: President, Will
iam McKay; Vice-President, M. P. Brown;
Directors-H. C. Ellis. Charles Brooke and
R. A. Barker; Secretary and General Manager,
Neal D. Barker; Solicitor, C. E. Snook; Treas
urer, First National Bank of Oakland.
The balance of the tract, 37:* ucrrs. was pur
chased. A contract was .-nter-d into for the
purchase ol a lartre Dumber of fruit trees,
vines, etc. This early purchase of tr.-e* mas
the me;ins of saving between #3,000 an.!
$4,000 to the company, the prie*-- la mhm
c& R e~ having more than doubled since then.
The ideas which the proapectoi vt forth
have been bat slightly modifie ; und the
pro<n-fss of the company has be«n oi
rupted. Those who went into it doubtiugly
have become enthusias-tic, and almost all the
members arranged to set out all their kaiHls in
fruit trees, etc., the first year. Consequently
In this, the first season, some 40,000 trees and
between 20.000 and 30.000 vines will b*
The satisfactory working of this scheme haa
had the effect of attracting considerable at
tention to the work of the Colony Company,
and a number of pt*>ple are now desirous of
Joining in with them. An additional 200
acrr« have been added to the sixty acres
For the company Is predicted a very bright
future, as well as for the beautiful valley in
which their operations are conducted. How
this marvelous little garden has come to be so
long neglected is a puzzle to every one .vho
has visited it, but one thiag is very sure, and
that is that this neglect will never again b«
ff-lt in the valley.
The fruits set oat are mostly of the standard
varieties—peaches, apricots, Bartlett p<\-ira,
prunes, ags, raisin grapes, etc, while along
both sides of the avenues, throughout th«
tract, walnuts will throw their graceful shade.
A considerable number of citrus trees are aUo
being set out; quite a sufficient number to
demonstrate that these fruits can be success
fully grown In the valley, about which the
colonists appear to have no doubt, provided
proper care is given to the youn^ trees. >*eai
D. Barker, General Manager of the company,
resides on the tract, and to his care is to be as
cribed much of the success of the venture.
Mention should be made of the town-sir*,
about which there is a pleasant innovatioa
which might with profit be followed by more
ambitious places. A small park of some three
acres has been laid out ri»ht Ir. the cer.ter of
tb<; town. This park it is proposed to beautify
by planting In it from time to time as many
of the beauties and curiosities of treo and
shrub life as may bo obtained by d
search end a wise expenditure of moi.
is not expected Uiat Tancred will ever be a
large and busy city, but it Is thought that It
can be mado a very pleasant little putce to
A petition has been circulated recently and
very largely signed, asking tne county to ac
cept Island avenue, on the colony tract, as a
county road, and to build a bridge across
Cache Creek at this point. In order to give th«
itettiers on the east side of the creek access to
rancred station. The Tancred colonists are
quite willing to give the necesnary right at
way. and are very desirous of having a bridge
there, as the colony lands extend along t>oth
sid«s of the stream. It Is thought that it
woold be a very wise expenditure ot public
money to grant them this very necessary Im
provement, aA the operations of such com
panies are of widespread benefit to tne whole
county and State. The attractions and corn
fortfl of tue cities are well known, bat to those
who are willing to settle on the iand and show
that the country alao afford*; attraction
comforts and ways of making money pleas
antly, every Inducement should be held forth.
The following is a list of the principal mem
bers of the Tancred Colony, with the number
of acres owned by each, ami a fact worthy ot
mention is that in each contract or deed Is
sued by the Colony Company thftro Is a pro
vision that no Intoxicating llqaor .shall cvef
be manufactured or sold on the lar^d. The ap
parent success o'the enterprise shows that
the ideas and plans of Urn colon y, as s<>t forth
in the prospectus some time ago. are not mv
ptacdCßMe: C. T. Hull, Berkel-y, 5 acres; W.
P. Hammon, Oakland, 14 acre», C. rt. Kasson,
Ban FranciMjo, 11 acres Jos. L<-*Deer, 10 acres;
a. w. Kr-iiy, Kin [ menu H-Xi
Gr'ataead, 5 acres; li. G. Grpathead, Oakland
10 acres; It. A. Barker, Bsfl - x>, 10
acres: N. D. Barker, Taacrrd, 10 acres. Dr. K.
Favor, Ban Franclaco. 27 acres; I.'.
Kincardine, Out., 9 acres; V.'. f. liarnett,
Berkeley, 5 aTe*; M. P. Ero-.rr., 10
Chas. Brook, Sr., Oakla:i'i, 10 acre*; W. C
Boutclle, Berkeley, 20 arf ; v, M.-t. T. A.
acres; C. H. PssH li. Tancred, 5
acres; H. C. Ellis, Oakland, 10 acres; I
stone, Winnipeg, 10 . L Vanstor.e,
Tancred, 5 acres; E. Wa^-v.orth, Hacraraento,
5 acres; M. A. Thorr,
James Graham, San VtbociMo, 11 acres; A.
Ktark, 12 acr«s; J. Htarii. 10 acres; M
Vrooman, 6 aorf-.-:; C E. Snook, 10 acres; C.
I.OxcsUh«a<l, 18 ana; Wm. McKay, 5
Mrs. Win. McKay, Oakland, 0 awen; Mrs. i',
C. Wooley, Brooklyn, N. V., 10 acres; ::
Beckley, Oakland, 5 acres; T. A. Marriett, 5
acres; J. C Harrison, Tancred, 5 acres. Tt*m
land reserved by the Colony Company, im
tiiig*l" townsile, cod sis uof 61 acres.