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LICENSE COLLECTOR DOLAN.
Another Well-Known Citizen Cone— !
George Hunt, Too.
County License Collector P. F. Dolnn
died at his home, 51713 street, yesterday
afternoon, after a fortnight's illness. Mr.
2>olan fell victim to Inflammation of the
bowels, which subsequently merged into
typhoid fever.
Mr. Dolan was one of the be*-known
tnen in the county, and numbered his
friends by the hundred. He was brusque
in his ways, but kind-hesited and whole
souled almost to a fault. Ho was very
prominent in < »dd Fellowship, being a
member of El Dorado Lodge, Nice-Pres
ident of the Sacramento Veteran Odd
Fellows' Association. President of the
Odd Fellows' General Belief Committee
of this city, and Grand Marshal of the
I. O. <». F. CJrand Lodge of California.
lie was also a member of t 'oncord Lodge,
J . and A. M.,and an Exempt Fireman.
Tbe fire-bell was toUed as soon as the i
news of the sad occurrence was received.
Tne flag at the Courthouse was. placed
at half-mast.
The deceased was a native of Ireland
and SO years of aye. He leaves a wife,
but no children. His aged mother also
lives in this city, while a brother resides
- Qthern California and a married,
sister in Rocklin.
The funeral will take place Thursday
afternoon at 2: 30 o'clock from Odd Fel
lows' Hall.
AIKOTHBB OLD FXBBXAK GONE.
The fire bells were tolled last evening
out of respect to the memory of (Jeorgo
Hunt, another Exempt Fireman, who
pasood away at the County Hospital.
He was suliering from dropsy, and had
been ill for some time.
Tlu- decease I was a member of Volun
teer Company No. •'!, and his brother.
:t Hunt, is at present foreman ofthe
hook and ladder company, li i.s father is
a resident of Washington. The deceased
was about 43 years of age.
BRIEF NOTES.
A few nights ago a valuable young
roadster owned by Flood Flint became
■tangled to death by ita hitching-strap.
Tony Wertbeim of this city had been
ra] Manager of the Wie
land Brewing Company of San Fran
cisco.
-Indue CaUin yesterday continued until
next .Monday the matter of passing sen
tence on Eduardo Frediani, convicted of
manslaughter.
John Domingos and Antone Brewer,
veterans of the old volunteer iire de
partment, aro both very sick and hardly
; dto survive.
it is sad enough for tbe venerable ex-
Bmperor of Brazil to be exiled, but to
bavo his name mentioned in a public
print as "Tom" Pedro is simpiy unmerci
ful.
On Thursday evening, the 19th, a
clothespin party will be given by Sum
ner Belief Corps at Grangers' Hall. A
literary entertainment will precede the
dancing.
All persons interested in the AY. C. T.
[J. fair are requested te attend the meet
ing al 2 P. m.. to-day, on Third street, be-
X and L, and to bring all articles
finished for the fair.
T. W. Younger, who lias been acting as
Assistant Master Mechanic of tbe i
crn Pacific at Stockton, has been pro
moted to be Assistant Master Mechanic
over all the lines in (Iregon.
The ('hie;' Engineer of the Water Works
reports that during the past week 28.9411,
---of water were pumped. Tbe
Holly engine was in operation ninety
Lours and tho Stevens asventy-eight
boms.
Two ladies living in tiie country, and
>uid not be le trued, were
d from a buggy at Twenty-seventh
and L streets yesterday. Both wero
bruised somewhat and one was for a
lime rendered unconscious.
Public Administrator Bronnor asks the
Superior Court to declare that Joel Car
ter, deceased, is the same person who de
. «it 1 1,752 with I). 0. Mills' Bank
the name of .1. 17 Cramer, and
order the money paid over to him.
A circular letter i as been issued by
General Manager Towne ol the Southern
Pacific Company announcing thai the
supervision of Superintendent of Motive
Power and Machinery will hereafter ex
tend over all the Pacific system of tbe
company.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
A. B. Sanborn has returned from his
Eastern trip.
Miss Cronan of Trii'kee is in tho city
on a visit to friends.
Colonel Daniel M. Burns and AA'illiam
F>. Oarr are at the Golden Ragle HoteL
•John A. Kagon, the well-known lawyer
and politician of Amador, is in the city.
On Sunday Governor Peter H. Harnett
brated the eighty-fourth anniversay
of bis birth.
James 1.. Gerrish of Oakland, but fori
many years a resilient of this city, is in
town visiting his old friends.
Mrs. K. B.Crocker, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
<;iliig and Frank (Jngerare expected very
shortly to arrive from New York.
rney Fred. Tuttle of Auburn left
for his home last evening, lb-was at
tending the Supreme Conn session.
l-istrict Attorney Kelly Robinson of!
Placer County was in the city yesterday
in attendance upon the Supreme Court.
He returned to Auburn last night.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gallatin have just j
moved iut 1 their new residence on Lhe
corner of Scotl and Jackson Btreets, San
Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Powers,nee Gallatin, are residing with
them, having recently returned from
New York.
Arrivals at the I tolden Eagle Hotel yes- |
terday: George W. Heyer, Philadelphia; '
Alfred Daggett, N. O. Bradley, Visalia; I
James Brydenand wife. Kansas I itv. .\.
il. Ashley, K. i>. Baldwin, Stockton; T. |
.1. Field, Monterev; R, White, Joe Gal-I
higher, Brooklyn; H. L. Stich. I.ik
Grove; V. M. Alberey, Colusa; 1., bitch
enburger, J. C. Newton, Las Angel
McGinley, S. Kollub, Palecm<
Peart, Maxwell; W. K. Bloat and wife.
antain View; A. Welting, Milwau
kee; W. b Dibble, Syracuse; w. !.. Gr >-
nail, R. P. Hammond, Jr., M. J. Fitzg
aid, C. H. Garoutte, i>. M. Steindler, J.
M.Lent, Dan Burns, A. M.Barrett,
B. A'eus, („ L. Mct'andkss. I_. A. Phil- j
lips, Alex. Allen. San Francisoo.
SUPREME COURT.
Sac:iam! nt... November 16, 1891.
IN HANK.
Court met al to a. k. Present—Beatty, r.
,!.. presiding; Sharpstein, .].; McFarlan t, J.;
. .].; McCalvy, Deputy Clerk; Wash
burn, Bail
i 1,772- Brown vs. Prewitt—Upon consent
isel, ordered thai appellanl
rye open in
• d days to reply thereto; appellant five
days for final '.riot, cause to be thereup d
[tted.
; 1,485 Vt dre •• s. V< azke— i tn motion of j
be sub- .
; upon i ri.. fa ou file.
] I,Bl4—Bru !- r vs.SuperiorCourt—Argued j
by .1. <'. < Sampbell for m
for respondent; <;. W. M< r peti
te:.
j nam vs. Byrne—Upon telegram
torneys for respondent on
ordered that appellant have iw.n ■ cays to
flle brief; respondent twenty
:>> file linai reply.
.. set v reupoo submitted.
On motion .>t Alton I Hart, pre
■n of license to practice in ail the
courts of Canaan, and evidence <>i tr.xn! moral
character and ofthe a ing de
his intention to become a citizen
United siaics, it is ordered that A. J. i.'....-, I
i. and hf te hereby admitted t.> pra< tx- •as an
r-at-Uw in all the courts
ol this State.
eople vs. Perini; i_O.S<;o—•
i motion of Attorn*
• ontlnaed io
rm.
14,772—8r0wn vs. Ptewitt—On motion of
n spondi ni, ordered that Attome
. I and recorded as an attorney oi record
for respondent h<
vs. MoNamara—On motion
Ol At: i that cause
be submitted in accordance with the terms of
;lation on tile.
- 6—People vs. N n:-On mo
tion of Attorney-General Hart, ordered that
;<ient have twenty days ;<> t_.v brief
in, cause to be thereupon submitte I.
hurchiU vs. Buiniani.: 14,
Welsh vs. Plumas County—On motion of J.D.
r dthat appellant have thirty
{___& to file brief heroin; respondent thirty
SACRAMENTO DAILY KECPED-UNION, TUESDAY, BUVEMKKK 17, ißftt>~-£IX I'AUES.
<?avs to file reply thereto, cause to be there
in on submitted.
11. 'O, -1 .w. Iregan vs. rcppln—On motion
oi J. D. Goodwin, ordered that cause be uub
mitted upon briefi on flle.
14,623—8100 d \s. Wood—Oa motion or W.
A. Henderson,ordered thatcawe be placed at
I o ••! present term Department One cal
endar.
The examination of the class of applicants
for admission to practice is now proceeded
wiih.
SUPBRIOK COURT.
Department One—Cntlin, Judge.
Mommy. November lGth.
People vs. Eduardo FicUiunl. murder—Si n
tence continued one wet lc.
Department Two—Van Fleet, Judge.
People vs. August Fourgous, murder—On
trial.
Lost His Watch.
A very much obfusticated individual
was going about at midnight last night
looking for a policeman. He was well
dressed, and wore a heavy watch-chain,
but no watch, lie declared the hater was
taken from him in the back-room of a
saloon somewhere near Second and J
streets.
THROUGH CONSTANTINOPLE.
Some of the Very Curious Sights to be
Seen,
We did not go in a caique, because the
evening was supposed to bo unusually
breesy 11 d;d not myself see a ripple uj on
the surface of the distant water , and wo
eon id not. go in one of the ordinary
steamers, because it would have been a
too commonplace and comfortably econ
omical fashion of transporting oui
; into the presence of the Pasha. We
therefore resigned ourselves to the inevit
able bumping and thumping that I
the unfortunate occupants of a carriage
in the street-, of Constantinople. Reinaeh
compares them to thedriea-i p bed of a
mountain torn nt, and the eompai ison is
such a time one that I can find no
Willi the exception ofthe Grande line
de Pera in the European quarter and one
or two streets along which the anti
qa ited trams take their . all tho
of the streets are like mountain
paths, into which irregular blocks and
ytones ol all sizes and shapes have
; tuuibh ii and hammered,
of the btreets are mere Uights broken
i p steps, cruel to walk upon. Into most
n is difficult, and inio a great many M is
quite impossible, ior a carriage to
Brilliantly dressed ladies emerge tn m
them in sedan chairs, and hawkers ia
tatter d turbans pass bowling and
ing along with their loads of vegetable s,
fish, carpets and orieuud stuffs, th<
fight and mate and titter in multitudes.
according to their own sweet wills, and
the bamals, or street porters, go doubled
up past your windows, carrying one a
bed, another a piano, another the con
tents of an ordinary furniture van npon
his single back unaided, it is necessary
to come to < Constantinople to see to what
extent man can be utilized as a beast of
burden. It will be believed that nothing
but tlie glimpses of such a shining land
scape, all cuior and glitter, as one ob
tains from the heights of Pera, could
divert the mind from dwelling upon the
penitential exercise of a drive under
these conditions, tears lasted at least
an hour and a naif. But up >n descending
toward the palace of Dolma-Bagtsche,
where the unhappy Abdul Aadz became
(as Punch flippantly puts itt "Abdul as
was," we found tbe macadamized roads
great improvement on the streets. —Tem-
ple liar.
NOT A TALKATIVE BARBER.
Simply Wanted to Express Ills Liberal
Opinions and Succeeded.
A reporter, as ho threw himself into a i
chair in a barber-shop yesterday, v. us as- i
tonished to hear a barber who waa Bhav- !
ing a clerical-looking gentlemen in the j
next chair remark : "Yes. sir ; I tell you
the highest point of civilization has been
reached right here in Portland, now, and i
that is tolerance. Tolerance is the very
highest essence of Christianity. It di- I
vests as of the Idea that Ye know
what is best for another man bettes titan
he does himself, and tha we should
our best efforts to make him <•. i
think be should in order to ins
salvation. This morning as I camedowi
to open the shop I met people going out
hunting, people going to early mass, hoys I
selling papers, and cigar and liquor deal
ers on their way to open their places of
business. None of them seemed to have
any idea they were doing wrong or to
give a thought to what others were doing.
Ihey all seemed intent on their own af
fairs and content to let others attend to
their own."
"That isall rigiit," said the man in the
chair, "butdo you think all these per
sons were doing right?"
"That is no business of mine. I know
I am doing right to make :■. living for my
family, and lain contenttolet others do
as ihe-y please. The world is a great deal
better now, and a great deal pleasanter
place to live in than it used to be when
one class of people had it in ilieir power
to say what other people should <lo on
Sundays. Give me liberty and toleration,
and let every man look out for himself.
Don't think, sir, that I am one of yonr
talkative barbers, bul I do like to ex-
B 1113- opinion."—Oregonian.
Humboldt N<> Exception.
"ii mi ci li Ti.'iic:, x >\. mber 12th.]
The Sacramento papers hare been do
ing excellent sen ice for the Mate In call
ing attention to the large land holding- in
Tehama, Butte, Yolo, Colusa, Sa ra
mento and other interior counties. It is
tale to say that there la not a county
north of Han Francisco which is not re
tar '».1 more in ita de* elopmeut from this
one cause than most others combined.
Humboldt is no exception to the* rule.
Large land holdings injure ua la many
ways that are not readily comprehended.
• preventing settlement and in
teased production, the large tract- are
an obstruction to Improvement. Asa
rule email holders want roada opened up
and are willing to sacrifice something to
secure transportation facilities. On the
other hand large holders usual o
improvements of that nature and demand
of the county exorl Itant damages for
right of way. ': a put in claims
for cost of fencing in places wh<
ia required, and in fact would bean
injuiy '.<> them. - . the i eopla in
' ''US of
nproveraent b . c rmined that
■ m built where the owners
. ceive pay from the county for that pur
pose.
Lemon Caring.
Pomona v- . „;<>■ Tim* s, November nth.]
William li. Crocker end associates are
building a lemon-coring establishment
on a large scale on the L< >s Fuentea ranch
near Santa Barbara, it is no the plan of
the ones in Sicily, aud is designed to
place the California lemon on the market
equal to the best in the world. The mem
bers of the Crocker family aro doing
much to bring California to the fr<
its material Industries. Aside from their
railroad work they have done mi
promote irrigation, have buill
business and residence houses, ._.•-,
mir.es of various kinds and now ha
terniined to aid the grower of lemons in
-'. useful way.
A new invention that will doubtless
next summer when the swh
• in again is a webbed rubber
glove for use i*.: the- water. Young .-;v. im
the most difficult ■
to learn is to keep their fingers t< ■
in the water. With the webbed
this will not lc necessary, as the s
mer v. R.i then be web-fi
safely with the Newfoundland
eloar.
l&L^PowdeE
\J&di in Millions of Homes— no Years tha Standard*
NICARAGUA CANAL.
"Work Proeressin-i With Iteasonable
Promptitude.
Nkw York, Nov. 16.—Dr. Donoso Mal
iano of Kivas, Nicaragua, has been in
town a few days. He is enthusiastic
about the big canal. "A great deal of
work has been done," he says, "and the
company is giving every promise of be
ing serious in the matter, and of intend
ing to prosecute its great task with
reasonable promptitude. An important
piece of work that it has carried far on to
completion is the building of the break
water at Greytown harbor, the material
for which is'to be brought Irom Ochan.
The canal at San Juan is an accomplished
fact for the distance of half a mile, 'i bree
or four dredgi 8 are hard at work deepen
ing, widening and lengthening it. Tho
company has done good work on the bar
in the entrance to the Bay of San Joan
del Norte-, having dredged it fully to the
deptii of twelve or fourteen leet. Tho
work of clearing the line from Espinal to
Brito, the Pacific entrance to the canal,
will be concluded, if the average rate or
progress be maintained, about next sum
mer. A great deal has also been done on
tbe Atlantic side in the way of clearing.
Altogether, I should estimate that the
company employs about 500 men steadily.
These laborers aro principally natives
and Jamaicans, though many nationali
ties are represented in the number.
Their pay is abent sis or $20a month.
There has beeu little or no sickness
among the Americans. !do not remem
berof hearing of a single death among
them for causes derogatory to the good
name of the country as regards climate.''
CHINESE EXCLUSION ACT.
Important Decision Rendered by the
[Tnited States •-;_!>_•< iv • Conrt.
"Was;; in •:•.<;>:, Nov. 16.—The Supreme
Court ofthe United States granted the ap
plication for a writ of certiorari to compel
the Circuit Court fur the district embrac
ing the Pacific Coast to certify to this
court the case of Lan Ow Bew, th< Chi
nese importer of Portland, Or., who was
d admission to the United States
after a brief visit to China.
Tho court, iv an opinion by Chief Jus
i ■■ Fuller, says it will be sorn that the
. v<'!v<-- the construction oi 11 c
Chinese Restriction Act, aud the treaties
between the I nited States and Chin:'.
The I Ihinese Restriction Act, as amen I d
for the identification of '. liin^ac i th- r
than laborers, who were entirely ex
cluded, in the mode provided Boleevi
dence of their right to enter tlie I nited
. Manifestly the question involved
as to whether the Act should be con
strued in view of the treaties is one of
gravity and importance, and involves a
matter of International concern. The
case, it holds, has no connection with the
Chinese case heretofore decided, and re
lied upon to exclude B iw, for the reason
that in that case the man was a laborer,
and not a merchant. The court is, there
fore, of the opinion that sufficient
grounds have been shown for a writ of
certiorari.
POLITICAL ASSESSMENTS.
The Course of the <ivil Service Com
mission Vindicated In Court.
Washistoton, Nov. If,.—in the Su
preme Court of the District of Columbia
to-day a demurrer in the case of tlie
United states against Charles Newton,
charged with a violation ofthe Civil Serv
ice Act, was overruled, and tlie case went
to the Criminal Court for trial.
Commissioner Thompson of the Civil
Service Commission this ovening said
the Supreme Court of the United states,
in Lie .-.'.so of Curtis, held that the law
forbidding Government employes to so
licit or receive from each other money for
political purposes v. as constitutional, but
the decision rendered to-day goes much
Further, and holds that all solicitations for
political purposes within Government
buildings are üblawful. The effect, he
thought, will be to practically stop politi
cal assessments, and leave Government
employes fi'ee to contribute oi- not, as
•■lit. The decision is a complete
vindication of the course of the com
mission.
TIIE ECLIPSE OF THE MOON.
Observed Under Most Favorable Cir
cumstances at Uoston.
Bostox, Nov. in.—The eclipse of the
moon last, night was observed under most
favorable circumstances in this city, as
the sky was cloudless. At Harvard pho
tographs were taken, the plates being ex
posed for five minutes—one, at the time
of the greatest totality, being exposed for
ten minutes. The plates were imme
diately developed and examined, the
principal object of the observation being
to determine if possible whether the
moon has a satellite. No sign oi such a
body was discovered. Harvard has also
established an observatory in Arequipa,
Peru, where ihe search for a satellite is
also to be made.
Observations were also taken at Harv
ard of tho eclipse of one of the satellites
of Jupiter. Tbia eclipse began at 6:29
and lasted three minutes.
IMirso for .Jackson and Slaven.
TON, Nov. hi.—The National Sport
ing ('lub of London, through its Ameri
can agent, Captain Cooke of Boston, haa
offered a 910,000 purse and $500 for ex
penses to Peter Jackson to fight Slaven,
but the fight must come off during .Derby
week in .lime. Jackson will probably
accept the hitter condition, as the others
are acceptable to him. The California
club is desirous of having the light in
this country, and offers a purse 0f512,000,
of which |10,000 la to go to the winner
and 92,000 to tlie loser.
Minister Porter Arrives In Now York.
N> .w York, Nov. hi.—Governor Porter,
Minister to Italy, arrived oo the steamer
Normandia to-day, on a sixty days' leave
of absenoe. Ha baa nol ben in Rome
since June, and will probably not return
.here until tlie Italian Goverumei
■ in Washington bj a Minister.
He reiuses to discuss tbe New < tries
{air further than to say that he bad been
1 with tbe nth. y King
Humbert, the Prime Minister and all
other Indians with whom he came in con
tact.
Discontent Among Indiana.
W : !f, Nov. h;.—Acting Indian
Commissioner Bell has a telegram from
Captain Penny, acting agent at Pino
Ridge, reporting the arrival of Bear
Eagle's party. In his opinion they mesa
no mischief. They express discontent
with tbe treatment at their agency. Ho
; them to return and make ap
plication tor a transfer. lie says the dis
content is manifested with all visitors
from the Cheyenne River agency, and
asks thai the matter be looked into".
Florence, tho Ac-tor, 111.
PniT.Ai>i;:.i>inA, Nov. Hl.—William J.
Florence, the actor, who was attacked by
pneumonia Saturday night, and whose
condition was serious yesterday, is much
improved this morning, ud his physi
cians believe him to 7e out oi' danger.
At J: ■■' o'clo .k this afternoon there- had
been no change in Florence's condition.
While - ri isly sick, his physician ap
prehends no dangerous results.
eWiscellansoxxe.
Official
Facts
IT is a scientific
fact that the R.oy
al Baking Pow
der is absolutely
pure. . I will
go still further and state
that, because of the facil
ities that company have
ior obtaining perfectly
pure cream of tartar and
for other reasons, _ .
the Royal Baking Pow
der is undoubtedly the
purest and most reliable
baking powder offered to
the public.
Henry A. Mott, Ph. D.
LaU Chemist for W. S. Govi.
spending your money fcr worth
less medicines and buy a bottle of
WISTAR'S BALSAM
OF WILD CHERRY
will prove of inestimable value,
as it is almost certain to cure
at once that severe and rasping
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FOR
Sor© Throat
Lameness
Sore Eyefc
Cats|p>fe> &J>
Bru|f6§^#?'
Piles
Female f£z&»
Complaints w
Rheumatism
AND ALL
Inflammation
Scld only In our own bottles. Ait druggists.
POND'S EXTRACT C0.,7C sth Ave-.N.Y^
PIMD'B
EXTRACT
o^eiITMENT.
It's remarkable specific
{oboeS action upon tho affected parts
rrivos it supreme control over
Ijm3 lilcs, iiowe vc r b ever a
Also for Burnt, Scald*,
£Brras Eruptions, Salt liheum dec
g»* Tasttmooialsfrom all classes
•■■■l prove its efficacy. Prico SOc. •,
ScM by all Druggists or sent by mail
on receipt of prica Put up only by
KXVm ESTBAC? CO.. 7G EthAve..N. Y.
■wi ■■ —1111 Miia^t»j!m^ijmmiAamfLs\.'Ut''jri>]yr^~3sa_t
COX rs UM PTION CUR K E>.
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HALLS BALSAM;
*="or the: i_ursjGs
ims bwn a ntrrrflUHnt rpmily •.■rmodyfor
COUGHS. COI,T>S, CONSUMPTION, «'I,A
GRIPPE," SOKE THROAT, HOARSE
NESS, PNEUMONIA, CATARRH, IN
FI^UENZA, ACUTE AND CKKONIC
BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, TfioOPlNf)
COUGH, CROirp, PI,BtTI»ISY. PAIN IN
THB SIDE AND BREAST, SPITTING ,
OV BLOOD and h'l ft 1 itf Ml ol tiie
Throat, Chest and bugs
teaiatto CONSUMPTION
Dr. WM. HALL'S BALSAM COntaiDl no
oriiim. morphine, nor any doleterlotu Unit?.
Ii MX>tb« :\ii ) ]).■,!. th-.- Membrane of the
.nf.amrii ud potM»fi! i y dlaeaM, and
tx night sweats and tightness acrom
the chect it is pi^asa::'. t-> the teste. Be §ure
ani ask for Dr. WM. HALL'S BALSAM
Mra take no oiher.
Trade sapni£-.i 6y kirk, GEiSY & DO., torn**, Cal. I
PRICK, 25c, 50c, Sl.
Dr. WM. HALT. CO., JOCW YORK. •
PID Ti^DfP'C WNDEIirUL, GERMAN I
I'll. LlLi)[!jO IKVIGOKATOR. - Weak
men and women should use j
Dr. Lic;.ij;*s Wonderful German luvigorator
No. 1. Tiie greatest toni? for the brain aud !
nerree, aires health und strength to the re
productive orgnfca and euros nervous debility,
impaired development In youth, premature '
decay lo old. se__iinai weakness, t;jert. Invijp
cr.tior No. 2 cures Idadder nnd ktohey dis
t;.s- - unci ieneorxhea, prottaiorrhea. the" com- ;
3 onmeventlna the cure of above cam
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or lent free. Chil on or address i)R. 1.1E31G
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DON'T YOU" THiNK
A few moments spent in vievnng the bargains at THE NONPA
REIL will prove beneficial? Remember
f e k k Dictators ef Im Prices
If you do wit cnll at our store aud get our prices you do
not know bow much you are losing.
To all business men tbe question is not in regard to the ad
vantage of advertising, but it is how to present to the public a
form of advertisement which will give prominence aud attract
iveness to genuine and cheap merchandise.
Special Lines of Hosiery.
Children's Black Derby Ribbed Hose, all sizes to S%.
Price. loc a pair.
Children's Black Derby Ribbed Hose, extra heavy,
all sizes to 8 1 ■■_. Price, 25e a pair.
Children's Black Ribbed All-wool, all sizes. Price,
25e a pair.
Ladies' Black Hose, warranted Peerless black and
absolutely stainless. These are regular made,
weii finished and cannot be equaled. Price, 25c
a pair.
Ladies' Hose, in-plain colors, tans and grays. These
are less than -wholesale price. 25c a pair.
A special line of Ladies' Black English Cashmere
Hose, of superior m&ke and finish. Price, SOc a
pair.

Ladies' Silk Tights, black only, extra quality, for $4.
Children's Jersey Ribbed Union Suits, natural color.^
An unapproachable bargain. Price from $1 50^
You will find at our counters many scores of good things
this week7 and those who are tardy are the disappointed ones.
J~^Mail Orders Carefully Execute! Samples and Prices Free ou Application.*^d
Corner Fifth and J Streets.
AGENTS FOR BUTTERICK PATTERNS
~~~ THANKSGIVING DAY.
It is less th^n two weeks to "Turkey Day," and we all know that the cold weather
reaches us before that day. so ve now again say to one r.m\ all, take advantage of vour
opportunities to buy warm wearing apparel at our GRAM) REMOVAL SALE now in full
blast. You'll not find such a chance again in a long, long time.
READ:
Glen's Fancy Worsted Tour-bntton Cutaway Suits, worth 515, now $ g qq
Men's Fancy Silk-mixed Cassimere Four-tiuttc.n Cutaway Suits, worth $16, now IO OO
Ilea's Fancy Cheviot Sack Suits, worth Sl4, now '..._ 7qq
Men's Black Worsted Suits, worth $_, now o
Men's Fancy Worsted Suits, worth $6, now 3 qq
Men's Fancy Cassimere Suits, worth $H, now , 4 qq
Men's Fancy Cheviot All-wool Suits, worth $10, now ." 573
Men's Extra Fancy Cheviot All-wool Suits, worth S\z, now q qq
Uea'sFine Worsted All-wool Broadwales, worth $17 50, now \_\ 5Q
Men's Fine French Imported Black Corkscrew, worth $23 50, now \Q QQ
Men's Fine French Imported Worsteds, in broad and narrow vales, worth £35!
bow "' 17 SO
Hoys' Siilor Suits, worth Si 25, now 45
Boys' Suits, long pants, union cassimere, 13 to iS, worth $4, now 2 25
Bays' Suits, long pants, all-wool cassimere, worth $5 50, now AAA.'.'.'. 300
Men's Cotton Pants, worth ,Si 25, now aq
Men's Cassimere Pants, worth >*2, now j qq
Men's All-wool line Cassimere Pants, worth 53, now "• _ 7 q
Men's Fine French Worsted Pants worth $3 50. now 5 OO
Men's B Call Seared Shoes, in lace, congress, and button, worth |l 50 now. AAA. 90
Men's B Calf Solid Sewed Shoes, in lace, congress and batten, WOttfa >7\ now..". 123
lien's Heavy Police Lace Shoes, three soles, worth s^, now 1 jSg
Men's Heavy Railroad Extension Soles, worth S3, now . 1 S3
Men's Pine Calf Shoes, in lace, congress and button, worth $3 50 and Sf, now. 223
Men's Fine French Calf Hand sewed Shoes, in lace, congress and button
worth $4 50, now o 73
Come and See for Yourself. No Reserve. Everything Must Go
ii. MARKS, MECHANICAL CLOTHING HOUSE. 4!1 K STREET.
BKB THAT YOU MAKE XO MISTAKE TO tjtt- wninmp
$ruitc, §^cc»>o % Wvooxxcc. (stc.
S. GERSON & CO.,
WHOLESALE
Frait, Prodnce and Commission Merchant
SACRAMENTO, CAX,.
P. O. Box 170.
W. M. WOOD & CO".;
Wholesale Dealers and Shippers of
California Fruits, Potatoes, Beaas,
BUTTER, ETC
yp9. II 7_ to 125 J S: reet, Sacramento.
CURTIS BROS. & COT,
General Commission Merchants,
Wholesale Dealers in Fruit and Produce,
308, illO, 313 K St.. Sacramento.
Telephonejl7^ Postoffice Bos 335.
eC3KKE J. GKECOr.Y. FRANK OESGOr.Y.
GREOORY BROS. CO.
SUCCS^OPvS TO 6RKGOBT, BARNES <*
Co., Noa. 126and l-:S J sU,Sacramento,
whclesai'* dealers in Prodnce and Prnlt. Fall
stocks of Potatoes. Vegetables, Qrcen anc!
Dried FrulU-, B^ans, AlfkUk, Batter, Eagt,
Cbeeae, Poultry, etc., nl wp.vs on Land. Oroers
Oiled at LOWEST HA'i 'OL
BARTLE^V^ SPRINGS,
Eakc County, Cal.
CALIFOKNIA'S KOBI FAMOUS nEALTIt AKD
PLE.'^CBE REiiOr.T.
OPEN TIIE YEAR AROUND.
A IX MODERN CONVENIENCES; OPEN
grate flres; cuisine and service unsur-
I; rates reasonable, liouie—S. P. Bail
road to OollMa .lur.c:ion,'.'. &L. Railr ■i U
Sites, Miller i La_a(^S Stage to Bartlett Springs.
Beautiful drive, inajjnit;i.er.; so aery. Pare, S3
la. E. KcMAHAK4 » 3*B, I roprkt ra.
.!"<. BCHRSIBEK, Je^ Miinager. 020-lm _
TO WEAK MEN ™S
Mirly deoar, -wßstln? weaknena, lo»t roanhoofl, etc.,
t will aena araiuatil- treatLv* (^al'd) containing
tuilpartleuiare for homo cure, FRGB of charge,
asjiieaflid me<l''cal work; ahoiild be read by everj
tnan who Is Dervons ar..T dehultatc^l. Address
Itrot. V. C. moXVIsHB.. moodua. Cocai
| yn&erirtUurs.
J. FRANK CLARK,
j UNDERTAKING PARLORS,
10l 7*1019 Fourth St., Sacramento.
I EMBALMING k-LTY. GEORGE
a H CLARK, Funeral Director and Count?
■ Coroner. Telephone No. 134.
W. J. KAVANAUGH. Undertaker,
Is'o. 518 -i St., bet. Fifth n:_,i Sixth.
ALWAYS ON HAND A LARGE ASS
menl ol Metallic and Wooden Caskets.
Burial Oases, Coffins and Shronds furnished.
Coffin orders wl I rev -■ on I
| short ncticv and at tbe lowett rates. Olhos
I open day and night. 'I. lephone No. LiOo.
JOHN MILLER
(Successor to Frits & Miller),
UNDERTAKING PARLORS,
Q(|,'- K STREET .ODD FELOWS* TEM
•'"•) pie). Aoompl of Undertaking
Goods altrars on hand. EMBALMING A
SPECIALTY. Teiesbone No. l
HOLD YOUR TROUSERS
——.:;• WITH HUE
, (JflTMy gRACE
Tl-tcs Ec<at Suspp-ndcr
Because lt is Always Clisstio. '
j FOR SALE AT BEE BIVE, 418 K Street j
JA< .. street. Han I
-.
\ Bitters
|W ■ ' T: :-. ••: !Sie«._Scci(
'xZFfSZ^&Jf Gives health and strength to
TW^M^* 1 " ! ORjaii t.
•I. HAHN A CO.. §§o_£ Street, Agent.
FRIEND & TKRRV
1
Lumber Company.
MAIN YARD AND OFFICE, 1310 SEO
ond street. Branch Yard, corner Twei&ia
j and J streets.
WtettittQ Qoticce.
\V c; I:AAr^ KET d^gthis ri esday)
V • AFTERNOOJM r.t 2 o'clock,
_fj MRS. G. SCHADT,Secretary,
j^AIl; OAKS RELIEF CORPS, NO. 13.
s , ZSAA •>,!!" e: lng JH rs (Tuesday) AFTER
y MARY GILMERCEEAU President.
4'u- !' K'l s;! Ns INTERESTED IN THE
m.V■,. ' . > ' !:l,r Wl" P l'"'--' attend tiie
•■<' ing at 2 I', a TO-DAY. Third street, be
dfo?th Le*^ r d PteaM brin«*n^C»-
MRS. M. e JENK& President.
lt*
CHAPTER, N0.36.0 E bA^~ZZ
ff I Officers ;and meSl Sstd^f
Jomeeta^^hapter-rooms THIS (Tuesday!^.
menuio] visit to blk Grove Chapter
BALLIE A. WHITE NV AT
Mabel Boyd, Secretary. ' ;:
QPEOLAL, MEETIJ WCOHD m\
iJ Lodge, K. and A. M., No. nr THIS A
U'uesoay EVENING, Novemberl7t;', xV
fcr work in second degree, visum-/V\
breihivn cordialiv invited °
A. M. .lOHNSON, W. M.
REGULAR]
_\ monthly meeUng of the Cale-A »>(.».
oonlan Association this fTues- <w &&
day) EVENING at 8 o'SW
sharp. Every clansman invited to be
vo --.'it. domination of officers for theenao
mg term is in order.
,__ , f „ ■'■-■ WARDLAW, Chief.
; Jas. McCaw,Secretary. :;.<•.. ]t e
QPECIAL NOTICE-OFFICERS
| f~ and n-embers of Rising stai
i ' e»x kaii Decree Lodge, No. S are" %-&!&*£
requested <o attend as.
lag Tills E•. :■::<; n, , a t 7:30 o'clock, to mako
I >r luneral ot our deceased
I rother, P. F. DOLAN.
EMMA TILTON, N. G.
secretary. It
| rrNiGirrs sherwood forest- ____•
; IV Ivegularmeeting to-night; iini.ort-TSST
u,UI^ M:' o. <;. hall, r. JUS*
O. N. CKOXKIT3E, Adj. If* *Cj
\ \V: T \T
' -*}V.7 (T:i'Vll Trades' Hall WEDNESDAY
'". ,1 'lit 'S °'clocii fororganizationjal7-a*
fßetxcval Qotxxe&.
i FREE rLLUSTRATED LECTURE
J\_ i eu.v. n io ladies only, in tho 'i .
I H. Frew of Chicago, at 3
'■''.'!",'.' \\ WEDNESDAY and THI KSDAY
RNUO.NS. All women mterested in the
health oi mothers and daaghter#are cordi
i dy InvUe i to be presi nt. nl7-
T\.fME. MADISON, CLAIRVOYANT^ Tills
I>JL week only, ending November :'Jst The
i.iobl wonderful c.air\ oyanl ol tho age: th«u
straordin iry and
nston s.nnggifi of second Bight; born with a
veil; reveals past, present and future; advices
on marriagei and divorces. Here but a few
nays a 1::::: K street.
I if. ALI.EN — STEAM WOOD SAW!
fj . Thirty-fourth and V," streets. Leaveordi r^
al 102g is street or northwest corner S
and .-. streets. „-j, .[,;
rfIEAMS TO PLOW- WE HAVE SE^
i. 8-horse teams and wonld like to plow for
i four months, very reasonable
I L DORADO MILL AND LUAIBER
CO., Diamond Springs, ( al. n.i-u
5.1= unto.
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN .11 ST LEAV-
Ing »chool, wishes a situation
or office as oleik or assistant bcokk
where he can make himself useful; w
object. Address "\V. H.'' this office. i.
\y ANTED-Ml ' l ELS, Ma LE .\N 11 !•:■'
»V male, to pose, and drape, ana costume
for study by students in life sl
mento School of L* sign. Apply at ALT i. VL
LERY between 10 and 2 o'clock. Paj
-• nlj
pURST-CLAis DRES3MAKER V. :
\ to sew by the cUvy in tamilies. Ro.
VVindsor Hotel, Sacian Ql2-G1
V' A NTED—FIVE i rENTLEMEN, WIDE
I awake, with good address: salary or
commission. Apply to the SINGER MANU
i'A< i URING CO., 509 J street.
\rr ANTED— MEN FOR FARMS,
>> yards,dairies and all kinds of labor;
women and girls for oooking and .
housework; plenty of work tor desirabi
Apply at EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, Fourth
strei t, K and L.
ga*t— go nno.
-\T V. M. 1 n.y RDAY
__\ evening, a lady's coaL The p*r-sou who
took ll by mistake will please return it io
It*
[ OST -A PAIR OF GOLD S]
ut eight days ajo. binder please leave
at 1303 i stieet and be rewa.a. d, nl6-3t
(To get ov s^cttr.
i - i l G STRi LET—] OUF
lilt famished rooms for houseke.
Apply to MRS. MOORE, 420 J sti
rn-1 RENT I■'< >H A TERM OF 1 !
X_ White Reck ranch, situated on th< .
ilroad .5 in ii s :r. m >r.< rumen to, < o -
' "a -ii s. lo k! • ..Wvlliuir oi
ioo.ns. ii. ,n and outbuildings. For \ rins
d ; [artic.ilarBcall oraddu -. MRS.C. I
MAN, White L'Ci Utatoa, Sacramen.o
ity. n l
mo let—a pi
X_ northi ast corner T nth and L streets; v< ry
pleasant location and all modern co
-. Apply on the premises. nll-tl
tyry, .; STREET FURNISHEDROOMSEN
i£l suite or single; also, light bous
MRS. 1 . n5-im
RESIDENCE OF SEVEN ROOMS (814%
IC street) to rent November is;. Inquire
at 631J st., at COOPER'S MUSIC STQ]
rrv > LET—FURNISHED RI »OMS, EN -
S or siugle, at 416 K street. o2"
rpo LET—HOUSE ON TWELFTH STREET,
X between K and L. Inquire 1200 K
o2J tf
mOLEI A HOUSE OF 9 ROOMS, BATH,
X K"s; all in good repair, at 718 Eighth
street. Inquire al 722 I t. 021-tf
MICELY FURNISHED FRONT
1 r< "in wiih bay window. 1614
i;i:RNISHED R()OMS, Wli'![i >UT L< <AlCl».'
f at Internationa] Hotel, 3:o to ;;^6 K
W. A. 1 AS WELL. Propi U tor.
mO LET—THE BRUCE HOUSE ON J
I Btreet, between Tenth and Eleventh, lu
.l GUI HRIE l.ii. 'S.. 12: J stn
CUJRNISHED Looms AT CENTRAL
X House.fromfo per month upward:
room-; al low pt:c'~. IioUNLEIN
li;:< is., proprietors.
X-ov Bale.
RITI R DR i" CABL
I I net, m arly i 9 10; will nll for
1-01;
1 ,r.o:d piano c mdll Ion; m
...da. once. L. LUlreal 4 iu K - r . . ul7-3t
COTTAGE 1 OR SALE —ONE
. >
reating 1 tr '-3 ■ 1 ud In a rory tony
batn
ico:n and p and cold
b antifully
laid out to frait trees. Here Is a barge r
/'J.I St. D I I
\ 1 a:lo.m:> -om. .and
i on uocouat ol
PHENSOh & HARTMAN, 10.); Fourth
stieet. .-■>!
:; SHOP, WH H TWO
;il . i
...
1 tment all c
.11. wj ti. i'. MILLIS
nl2-'.•
I POOL
b rejister, nearly new. Ap
ply ED. AL •
i.oi;
I :izz!y Mat. Call or address
- CaL
-". in ■
;g a
7 . Inquire .
i' north sl ntieth
ilbieflo
•;. L'HAXBI RLAIN, l6lb_W . c -ti
ii THE FINEST AND
1 Lu 'y; 1 -'-arii .
:k and ifase. ln
■-
Jj Ten acr 'of bottom land, om m '
' <■ ■ inty, ii sold will take
EDWIN R.
ALSIP >v ('•'.. Leal Estate and Insurance
, 1015 Fob
[MED
i^ land cramento County,
. - er, between \\ alnui
and
. be sold at a bargain. For terms
and \k. quire at this office or at the
i..'. 8. l^.uoi Francisco.
rnHE RECORD-UNION LEADS ALL IN
X t-hc interior of California.

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