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DAILY RECORD-UNION
ISSUED BY THE
SACRAHENTO PUBLISHING COMPAN I
Office, Third Street, between .J and K.
THE DAILY RECORD-UNION,
For one year f6 00
For six months 8 00
For three mouths 1 50
Subscriber? served by Carriers at Fifteen
Cents per week In all interior cities and
towns the paper can be had of the principal
Periodical Dealers. Newsmen and Agents.
THE WEEKLY UNION,
Is the cheapest and most desirable Home,
News and Literary Journal published on tbe
Pacific Coast,
The Weekly Union per year * 1 50
49-These publications are sent either by
Mall or Express to agents or single subscribers,
with charges prepaid. All Postmasters are
agents.
The Best Advertising Mediums on the Pa
cific coast.
Entered nt the Postoflice at Sacramento as
•acond-class matter.
"Weather Forecast.
Forecast till Bp. sr. Wednesday: For North
ern California—Continued threatening with
rain, probably clearing onthe middle coast;
■lightly warmer.
A BIASED CRITIC.
Judge Wallace should pray to be de
livered from his friends. The San Fran
cisco Ma ntitij ( n.ii, referring to the Rec
ord-Union's calm and dispassionate ex
amination of Judge Wallace's review of
the Supreme Court decision in his own
case, discovers that this journal empha
sized the error of the Superior Court in
appointing an elisor and made it clearer <
than ever that it was gross error to ap- I
point an elisor without making record of I
the fact, if it was a fact, that the officers I
supplanted by the order were disquali
fied.
The Call thereupon, apparently fearful I
that the people may judge wisely and i
well, rushes to the breach, saying:
rhe simple statement tiiat he had Judicial
knowledge of the tact that the Sheriff's office
wa* go he Investigated atiorus the b-stpoasl
bM reason wny ihe Sheriff should nol be
charged with the duty of selecting his judges.
The laets that Sherifl- had served Grand
Jurors with summons and afterward been In
vestigated by such Grand Jurors, and that
District Attorneys bave bec-n put under In
vestigation by Grand Juries in the formation
ot which they have taken part, do not apply
to tbe present >a-e. Judge Wallace was au
thorized by law to appoint a person to sell ct
inn. out or a total oi nineteenl~Gr_nd Jurors.
To have given the Sheriff, who was one ofthe
officials to be Investigated, tbe selection ofthe
nine would bave been a travesty of justice.
That the <ourt chose to exclude an official
trom selecting men to determine his own case
:s the highest 1 n mod that could be given.
The whole quotation ig dogmatic, that
is assumed to be and pronounced the
law, which the Supreme Court with prac
tical unanimity says is not the law, to
wit: The assumed authorization of the
court by the law to appoint an elisor.
And about the entire bar of the State is of
one mind upon that question, and agrees
that the lower court erred. The one and
only honest disagreement concerns the
remedy. Yet the Call, vriih. unabashed
front, reiterates that authority is given
by law which about all the courts and all
the lawyers know is not given. Herein
the Call exposes its inability to originally
grasp and understand a simple and legal
principle.
It is perfectly clear that the Call has
not a true conception of what constitutes
"judicial knowledge" (ana we have
neither the time nor inclination to tutor
it); that it purposely ignores the unde
nied fact that the distinguished Judge
who erred had himself earlier defined
the bounds within which only a court
could act in appointing an elisor.
In the Southwell case Judge Wallace
eaid, where a Coroner was named to dis
place a sheriff, of whom the court put it
of record (a thing' not done in the San
Francisco casej that his office was to be
investigated:
"Undoubtedly, if a criminal charge had '
been actually pending against the Sheriff, |
the court might have instructed the
Grand Jury summoned by the Sheriff
not to consider the charge against the
officer; and might, also, at the proper time
thereafter, and after the discharge of the
regular Grand Jury, have directed an
other one to be summoned by the Coro
ner, instead of the Sheriff, for the pur
pose of investigating such charge."
And then the learned Judge proceeded
to givo an admirable reason why the
Sheriff should not be ousted, as to tho
cases of others than himself, to wit:
"A due regard to the rights of all per
sons accused or to be accused by the
Grand Jury, requires that that body
should be summoned by the officer en
trusted by law with the performance of
that duty. Even though a criminal
charge be pending against the Sheriff at
the time, yet so long as he continues to
hold his office and discharge its general
duties, other persons whose rights are to
be affected by judicial proceedings have
a right to insist that he shall still perform
the duties assigned by law to the in
cumbent of the office, and the mere sug
gestion of the Judge of the County Court
entered of record to the effect that it was
his intention to submit certain acts of
official malfeasance and negligence to the
consideration of the Grand Jury, when
formed, did not operate to remove the
Sheriff, or to cast tiie performance of his
duties upon the Coroner."
Now if the suggestion or charge of the
court, carried by precise words into the
record and pointing to actual criminality,
would not be sufficient to give the court
tbe lawful power to oust the Sheriff from
tbe ordinary duty of his office, how
could the unexpressed judicial kuowledge
of alleged disqualification do so? Is the
Call really able to get the proposition
close to its intelligence?
Judicial knowledge may be taken by
courts of facts ari_ing out of the law and
absolutely inseparable from it. But it is
simply absurd to say that because the
Grand Jury is by .statute required an
nually to expert the books and examine
into the conduct of county officers to
ascertain if tbey havo been faithful, hon
est and diligent, therefore they, or any
one of them, are disqualified to serve in
any official relation to the Grand Jury.
The threat of the Call that the next
Legislature may remove the Justices of
the Supreme Court for interpreting the
law in accordance with wbat they believe
to be the established, settled and undis
puted rules of law aud tho wisdom of the
SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORP-U-NIOX, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1891.—SIX PAGES.
ages, serves to ill dangerous
i character of the, tendency of the sensa
| tional press, to which the Record-Union
yesterday at length adverted.
Ifthe courts are to decide cases as the ir-
I responsible writers of the newspaper press j
: dictate, suppose we reform the entire sys- j
j tern of free government, abolish the third
; arm of the Government and substitute !
i for that palladium of our liberties the ;
writers for the press, and notably of the '
aSan Francisco press.
The Record-Union has considered the
case without heat or temper, or other con- j
cern than that the law shall be main- I
! tamed and the courts treated with due
j respect. Nor does it ever project its own j
views of the law as superior to those of i
the courts established to finally interpret ;
j it. But it can, and does, discuss le^al
| propositions upon the record on which ;
they come into the forum of debate. It
does criticise courts and all other tribu
! nals freely, fully and fearlessly.
The Record-Union is proud of a dis-
I tinction that few of the metropolitan
press can claim, that it does not attempt
to browbeat, malign or threaten the
courts of the land. It has respect for the
forms of the law and veneration for the
tribunals of justice; it assails no motives
of courts when no charges of judicial cor
ruption are under consideration. It has
regard for the principle that is the tap
i root of all liberty, the enjoyment of life
: and the possession of property, the prin
ciple that makes the judicial arm of the
Government the check upon the powers
J distributed to the two other branches.
We regret sincerely that the Call and
j its fellows in narrowness of view, and in
j browbeating, cannot rise to the level of
j dignified and logical debate, nor consider
! public questions without impugning mo
| tives. In this respect, unfortunately for
| the good name of California, the press of
! tiie metropolis stands humiliatingly and
j disgracefully prominent, in comparison
j with most other journalism.
A new side of tbo Chilean question is
l presented to view by the rumor that
I the United States will demand safe con-
I duct from the country of the refugees
i now on the American Legation grounds
!at Santiago. If so the question of the ex-
I tent ofthe right of "refuge" will become
!an interesting question lor debate. At
least the American people by this Chilean
j incident are becoming quite well in
j formed upon topics of international law.
T*he Orphan Asylum Board needs
■*jV3,000 to raise the original building and
put it into good sanitary condition. It is
not a large sum, and it ought not be diffi
cult to secure it. Charity to the orphans
is a continuing one, a nover-euding call,
and one that keeps in healthy excercise
the most generous and noble functions
of our natures. Let us not let it grow
weak for lack of that exercise.
Tue Hour sent to famishing Russians
clung to official lingers long enough in
that inhospitable country to be so
adulterated that when it reached the
famine stricken it was wholly unfit for
use. Has the Czar no corner in remotest
Siberia for the rascally fellows who thus
fattened their purses upon the blood of
the poor?
Another plot to kill the Czar has been
unearthed in Russia, and many arrests
have been made. We do not hear that
the Russian police have been, however,
able to discover the rascals who stole the
food sent by a charitable world to save
famishing Russians from death by starva
tion. It makes a world of difference
who is aimed at in Russia.
A generous rainstorm is on hand, and
in the nick of time. The late freezing
weather resulted in the ascent of earlier
moisture to the surface at night and its
evaporation by day under the action of
the sun. In consequence the rains pre
ceding this have boen ot very little beno
fit to the soil.
It is rumored that Chile is willing to
arbitrate. What is there to arbitrate?
Arbitration presupposes possible error
on both sides. In this case apology and
expression of regret are cheaper and
more fitting.
Salt rheum often appears in cold
weather, attacking the palms ofthe hands
and "other parts of the body. Hood's
Sarsaparilla, the great blood purifier,
cures salt rheum. Try it.
BABY'S FACE WAS RAW
Distressing Itching Skin Disease Cured
In One Month by the Cuti
cura Remedies.
Whe'i our boy was six weeks old he had a
rash on his cheek. It spread on both cheeks
and chin. His face was law. I doctored with
various remedies, but ft got no better. Aly
_fpT_. mother advised me
i/Ey_i_>__ to try '!ie Ccticura
r _ them faithfully, and
__?_S£_ r W_TK*f§S-v__ in one veek tlie boy
<3£?fSrf looked better. In one
4fw iP&£-v niontii he was cured,
tf?"*^ and now he is three
*BsgL C* 1 _** |^3y sigusof it returning.
«_> i . Tne chlla was so
t\»j-* __^g£ had I liad to tie him
s*P*a *S_~ (FumSr In a pillow-case and
_S^t _\_ >v/jF Pm his hands down
<_?_!!.">>^_a__S. .4 -* *,J so that he could not
scratch his face., I cannot speak too highly of
the C-T-C-JtA Remedies. I recommend Cc
ticura whenever I can. I would be picas, a
to see any one and talk to them of the good it
has done my boy. Mrs. CYRUS PROm H,
Coytesvilie, Fort Lee P. O. N.J.
N. B. My husband is president ot the Prosch
Manufacturing Company proprietors of the
"Duplex" und "Triplex" Photographic Shut
ters, 389 Broome street, New York City. He
dislikes undesirable notoriety, but is willing
to make sacrifices to benefit others, and as
sents to tiiis testimonial to encourage the use
of Cuticura, and thus bring relief to others.
Cuticura Resolvent
The new Blood and Skin Purifier, internally,
and Cuticura, the great Skin Cure, and Cv-
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! externally, instantly relieve and speedily cure
every dtpa-M and humor of the skin, _c_Up
j and blood, with loss of hair, lrom infancy to
j a_e, from pimples to scrofula,
Sold everywnere. Price, Cuticura, 50c;
Soap, 25c; Resolvent, $1. Prepared by the
PorrEß Drug and Chemical Corporation,
! Boston.
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FAST TIME TO THE EAST.-l'he Atlantic
and Pacitic Railroad (Santa Fe route) is now
twelve hours shorter to Kansas City and St. j
Louis, aud twenty-four hours shorter to Chi- :
cago than formerly. Pullman Tourist sleep- ,
ing Cars to Chicago every day without change, i
Personally conducted excursions every ;
Wednesday with tourist car to Boston.
GEORGE W. RAILTON, Agent, 1004 Fourth
street, Sacramento. MWF
MRS. WINSLOW'S "SOOTHING SYRUP,
has been in use over fifty years by miliions ot
mothers tor their children while teething,
with periect success. It soothes the child,
softens the gums, allays pain, cures wind colic,
regulates the bowels, and is the best remedy
for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething
or other causes. For sale by druggists in
every part of the world. Be sure and us. for
Mrs. Winslov's Soothing Syrup. Twentv-fUe
cents a bottle. MWF
(. ANDY.—The finest quality is manufact
ured, and the best imported is at 508 X st.
n-4-tf .JOHN ARCEGA.
PAINLESS EXTRACTION OF TEETH by
ase of local anesthetic. DR. WELDON, Den. •
tlst, Eighth and J streets.
WATCHES, Diamonds and Jewelry.
UNCLE IKES. 302 X street.
%len*
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quired. Terms moderate. Please call ami
Investigate. MRS. F. L. SEELY, s;>l X.d, J,"-ly :
lie Comstock Clul). \
A Remarkable Book of
Rare Wit and Sound
Philosophy.
It Deals "Neither With Radi- j
ant Angels Nor Magnified j
Monsters, but Just Plain, j
True Men."
rTtHE WORK, WHICH IS ONE OF RICH
J- humor, sparkling wit, sound smsc,
romantic interest, and wealth of anecdote, '
is by JUDGE C. C. GuODWlN,editor of the |
Salt Lake "Tribune," and one of Urn
writers ot the time. The volume is bound in j
heavy board-, beveled edges and muslin; j
large {octavo; 288 pages.
Address LEONARD FUBLK-HING COM
PANY, SALT LAKE, or orders will be taken
at the Kkcokh-I'mun office, wbicli, if the j
money is sent, will be responsible for tie for- j
warding ofthUcbarm-aganeodotaJ and phiio- I
Bophleal work of wit, humor, aenti__entand
wisdom.
PRICE, - - j$S.
d3O-tf
BRIGHXN/L tDBc"PlIr|J I
Tobacco is man's most I
universal luxury; the fra- j
grant aroma of mastiff plug j
cut starts people to pipe- !
smoking, even those who ;
never used tobacco before. \
J. B. Pace Tobacco Co., Richmond, "Virginia. '
MITPBIP'n! WONDERFUIi GERMAN
, LILDIu 0 INVIGORATOR. - Weak
men and women should use
Dr. Liebig's Wondertul German Invigorator i
No. 1. The greatest tonic for the brain and ;
nerves, gives health and strength to the re
firoductlve organs and cures nervous debility,
mpaired development ln youth, premature
decay ln old, seminal weakness, gleet. Invig
orator No. 2 cures bladder and klaney dis
eases and leucorrhea, prostatorrhea. the com
plication preventing the cure of above com
plaints. To prove its merits asl bottle given
or sent free. Call on or address DR. LIEBIG
CO., Specialists for Diseases of Men 40©
Geary stieet. San Frauoisco. d&w
SHILOH'S
CONSUMPTION
CURE.
This GREAT COUGH CURE, this success
ful CONSUMPTION CURE, is sold by all
druggists on a positive guarantee. If you have
a Cough, Sore Throat or Bronchitis, use it, for
it will cure you. If your child has the Croup
or Whooping Cough, use it promptly and re
lief Is sure. If you dread that insidious dis
ease, Consumption, DON'T FAIL to use it,
50c and fl. dlB-MWF_wsm
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
OFFICE STATE BOARD OF CAPITOL
Commissioners, Saciamento, Cal., Decem
ber 15. 1891.
The Board of Capito! Commissioners, by an
Act Of the last Leg'skvure, were diro.ted to
bave Cue old wooden fence,udewalk and curb,
fronting on L, N ami Fifteenth Btreets.re
moved from the State Capitol grounds, and in
their stead to have constructed granite posts
and sinu'eWiuin fence; to have constructed a
concrete sidewalk and granite curb, each of a
quality and workmanship equal tothecon
erete walk and gralnte cum a'ready laid down
upon the we>t part of said grounds and in
conformity therewith; all of said work to be
cone _CCO*_lng to plans and specifications to
be furnished by said i 'apitol Commissioners.
Work to be done under supervision of a super
intendent to be appointed by the Beard of
Capitol Commissioner?;. Plans may be -een
and specifications had upon application to the
Secretary of the board at the Governor's office,
in the State Capitol building at Sacramento.
Parties bidding can bid on the whole or on
any part of the work mentioned, to wit:
fence, sidewalk or curb. Bids will be received
up to 1 o'clock MONDAY. January 1 ith. at
which time they will te opened and the con
tract awarded to the lowest and most re
sponsible bidder. All bids must be accom
panied by a certified check equal to JO per
cent, of the bid. 'ihe board reserve the right
to reject any or all bids. Bids should be ad
dressed to E. P. JOHNSON. Jr.. Secretary of
the State Board of OapltOl Commissioners,
Governor'! ofice, Bacramento, CaL, marked:
••Bids for constructing fence, concrete walk
aua granite curbing on the sta:. Caoito!
Ground-." E. P. JOHNS* >.\\ lv.".
Secretary of the State Board of Cai ltol Com
missioners. dIG-HW
Sportsmen's Headquarters. >^__v?*
TTENRYECKHART. MANU-
I facturer and Importer of__^n^^__
Guns, Rifles. Pistols. Fishingl^ I w"?
Tackle, and Sporting Materials of every de
rcrlption. Guns choke-bored, stocks bent, and
repairing on guns and rifles a specialty. send
for prioe-list. No. 5-3 X street. Sacramento.
TF VOL" WANT ALL THE LATEST NEWS
at the earliest moment .u.sfcoribe for th
i RECORD-UNIC**.
gfoU _\VQ9. & <LZo.
Reducing Them Out.
CLOSING PRICES
-on-
HOLIDAY GOODS
Not Carried in Regular Stock.
From the immense line of fancy articles car
ried during the Holiday season a few are bound
to be left over. These we are desirous of sell
ing before the end of our business year. They
raust not be invoiced They must be closed
out. In order to clear the stock of these goods
we have reduced them to just one-half
their former prices. Among them you will lind
many of this season's pretty novelties which
are very desirable, including
Glove Satin Satchels, Glove Boxes,
Handkerchief Satin Satchels, Handkerchief Boxes,
Perfume Bags, Shaving Cases,
Laundry Bags, Piush Toilet Cases,
Albums, Manicure Sets, .
Work Boxes, t Jewelry Cases,
Cuff and Collar Boxes, Smokers' Sets,
Work Satchels, Traveling Cases.
MEN'S KNIT OVERSHIRTS, made with a
lace front and coming in two neat colors. If
you have never worn them it will pay you to
investigate, as customers who have ever used
them highly recommend them for warmth and
durability. At the low price of 75 cents each
they are extremely cheap.
HALE BROS & CO.,
825 to 838 X St.. and 1026 Ninth.
3ttn«»ctnent».
SKATING RINK,
r\L,Y> PAVILION, CORNER SIXTH AND M
\) streets. Now open for the winter season.
There will be spx-ial attractions and music
every Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
Tbe Rink has been entirely renovated, re
fitted, refurnished and supplied with new
■kates. Open all day.
J. M. SULLIVAN. Proprietor.
■pvANCING CLASSES AT TUR- Q
LJ ncr Hall. Gentlemen's Class, £__*_■
Monday, 7:30 p. m. L-dies and B___.
Gentlemen Tuesday, 7:30 i». m. t5_L
Ladies' and Gunts' (beginners) fW*f!j__
Thuisday evenings at 7:30. Chil- Tt/ infT
dren, Saturday, 1:30 p. m. Music TTSwSj
furnished for all occasions. .^nK)
JONKS. FISCH & WATSON. >*3s_32_P
DROFESSOR O'MALLEV'S SELECT -»
X Dancing Academy, Y. M. I. Hall, «jt
ST'VPnth street. The best conducte-iBB*!
academy ln the city. Ladles' audUUiai
gentlemen's class, Wednesday, 7:30 p.
M. Ladies' class, Wednesday, 3 p. m.
Children's class (fancy dances). Satur
day, 10 A. m. Children's class (ballroom
d-hciug), Saturday, 2p. m. Trivate lessons a
specialty at all hours. The best of musio
furnished for balls, parties, etc. The public
are cordially invited to tbe children's class to
witness my method of teaching. n 19
-—GO TO—
I MANASSE,
610 J Street,
FOR YOUR
HATCHETS,
HAMMERS,
AXES,
HAND SAWS,
PADLOCKS,
CURLING IRONS,
LANTERNS,
FILES,
DOG COLLARS,
AUGER HITS,
SCREW DRIVERS,
OIL CANS,
PLIERS,
CLOTHES HOOKS,
POCKET RULES,
TACKS,
STRAP HINGES,
WRENCHES, ETC.
gg"*"*"*" Prompt and polite atten
tion to customers and no goods
misrepresented.
PLAZA CASH GROCERY,
Corner Tenth nnd J Streets.
Best Quality and Lowest
Prices is Our Motto.
P[-ETE-jVNB co^_e& sfecultt.
CHAS. HOECKEL, Proprietor.
SHERWOOD HALL NURSERIES,
Timothy Hopkins,
MENLO PARK, SAX MATEO COUNTY. LA!.
Carnations, Roses, Chry_anthemum.>
and Cut Flowers.
1 jer- _,w_-k__ *•*__ MOB) *. -I'mx-U'v. _,
£.UCttOtto !
AUCTION SALE
——OF
FURNITURE, CARPETS, CROCKERY,
Stoves, Etc.,
WEDNESDAY, DEC. SOtH,
At 10:30 A. M.
AT SALESROOM, 323 X STREET.
One Extra Fine Walnut Dining Table, with
12 Leather Seat Chairs.
One Antique Oak and l Ash Bedroom Suit
Spring Mattresses, Chairs, Rockers. Etc.
Sale Positive. Terms Cash.
~W. H. SHERBURN, Auctioneer.
BELL & CO.,
Stock .-md House Auctioneers,
1004 J Street, -acramento.
TELEPHONE NO. 378.
VJOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
jJN By order ot the Superior Court of Sacra
iiu nto County, dated I'ec mber 19, I*9l, in
the mutter ot the estate ul ELEANOR FASS
LER, deceased, the undersigned, the executor
ol tiie will of said deceased, will sell, on
THURSDAY, the 1 Uii day of January, 1892,
at 10 o'clock a. m., at public auction to the
highest and best bidder, the followlng-de-
EOrlbed real estate, to wit: Lot No. 5, ln the
block between O and P, Twenty-second and
Twenty-third streets, in Sacramento City, and
improvements thereon.
Also, the block of laud between X and V,
Twentieth and Twenty-first streets, in Sacra
mento City, and improvement- thereon. Lot
No. 5 in the la-t-described block of land will
be sold subject to the homestead right allowed
Sigmund Fassler by order of the Superior
Court.
The said sale will take place In front of the
County Courthouse uoor, at Seventh and I
street*, in Sacramento City.
TEH MS OK SALE—Ten yer cent, to be paid
at time Of sale, balance upon confirmation of
sal«'by Superior Court. l>eeds at expense ot
pu: has ix. FRANK D. KYAN,
Executor of the will of El. anor Fassler, de
cased.
Chakle-T. Jonks, Attorney for Executor.
d^3-3w
SCHAW, INGRAM, BATCHER
& CO.,
817 and 819 J Street,
Builders' Hardware,
Iron, Steel and Pipe.
Agents for Oliver's Patent
Chilled and Casaday Sulky and
Gang Plows.
Canton Steel, Hazard Pow
der, Gillingham Portland Ce
ment,
GAS ENGINES!
The latest and best invention
j for Pumping, Spraying Fruit
! Trees, Running All Kinds of
I Machinery, Electric Light
Plants, etc.
TATUM&BOWEN,
3-1 aud .'l6 Fremont Street.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL
_)otsl9 aixb _V?9tauvant9.
GOLDEN EAGLE MOTEL, |
Corner Seventh and X Streets.
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS. FREE 'BUS
to and from the care.
\V. O. BOYVFRS. Pronrietor. _
WESTERN HOTEL,
mHE LEADING HOUSE OF SACRA*
I. mento, Cal. Mwils, 25 cents. WM. LAND,
Proprietor. Free 'bus to and from hotel.
F>ACIF\IC MOTEL.
Corner X and Fifth Streeti., Sacramento.
CENTRALLY LOCATED AND CONVEN- j
lent to all plates ol amusement. The best
family hotol In the city. The table always
supplied with tbe best the market aiTunis
Street cars trom the depot pass the door every '
five minutes. Meals. 23 cents.
C. F. SINGLETON. Proprietor.
THE SADDLE ROCK
Restaurant and Oyster House, i
FIRST-CLASS !K>LVE IX EVERY R&
.spect. Ladies' dirdng-room separate. Optn
day and night. BUCKMANN & CARRA
GHER. Proprietors. No. 101$) Second street,
between .1 and K. Sacrair:ento.
PICTURES
FRAMES.
WE HAVE A LARGE AND WELL,
assorted lot of
Steel Engravings,
Which we oiler for tho holiday trade at very
; attractive prlees. Also, a new and beautiful
! Uneof
MOLDINGS
In every variety of M.nsh.
*_~Frame Makliiu nnd Gildlne a !
Spooialty.
] WHITTIER, PLXLER 410.
j 1016 and 1018 Second Street.
Baker & Hamilton,
—IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF—
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL
COAL, POWDER,
Agricultural Implements and Machines, j
BARBED WIRE, CORDAGE, BELTIXG.
Sacramento California
BLANK BOOKS.
Ledgers,
Journals,
Day Books,
Cash Books.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THK MILLER MEGEE
PATENT FLEXIBLE HACK.
H. S. CROCKER COMPAN,.
HOLIDAY ATTRACTIONS:
DIAMONDS, WATCHKS and CLOCKS.
Silverware and tlie finest selection i>r
JEWELRY.
In anticipation of the demand our stock is
more complete than ever.
J . H V MAN , JR.,
000 .1 street. _d!8-lm
HOLIDAY
TREE ORNAMENTS
Largest Assortment in the City, at
Prices to Suit Everyone.
0 rri art-tents, - - 1c each i
Ornoments, - - 20 each
Ornaments, - - Sc eacn I
Christmas Candles, Etc.
H. FISHER & CO.
508-510 J Street.
Joe poheim
tTHE TAILOR
Has Just received a fine
line uf the latest styles in
WOOLEN S
For the Holiday Trade.
Eleeant Business Suits,
tender from $20 to $35.
PanlStoTr-erfromSotoSli
Stylish Overcoats,
toAorS« iroß $20 tos3s
Samples of Cloth and
Rains for Solf-meusnre
ment sent FItEE to any
address.
No. 600 J St., cor. Sixth,
SACRAMENTO.
DIVIDEND NOTICE.
SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGB UNION. NO
532 California Street, corner Webb:
j branch, No. 17CO Market street, corner Poll.'
1 ""an Francisco. For the half year ending with
j 31st of December, IS9I, a dividend has been
I declared at the raie of five and four-tenths
15 4-10) per cent, per annum on term depos
its, and four and one-half i 4> 2 ) per cent, per
annum on ordinary deposits, free of taxes,
I payable on and afU r Saturday, 2d of January,
; 1892. LOVELL WII ITE, Cashier.
j _ d23-dAw2w
J. McMORRY,
DEALER IN GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Wines, Liquors a: d • i^ars. Sole Agent
j tor Schmidt A Co.'s > arsaparilia andiron.
; Stockton, Cal. NorthTve-i corner Fourth and
I_l streeU. Sacramento. Taeynone. 876. d9-tf
|T ctxl Estate, Q-ic.
THE ==
BUYERS'
WEEK!
i think of buying a lot Ln South
-lento do so now before prices
. vaneed.
We have sold several lota this week
and more are spoken lor. The notice
of an increase of fifteen per cent, after
January Ist is causing wide-awake
buyers to iake advantage of the pres
ent market.
A LOT IN SOUTH SACRAMENTO
Would be
A Handsome Christmas Present
FOR YOUR WIFE.
Edwin K. Alsip & Co.,
Real! Estate and Insurance Agents,
IOW FOTJBTH st., 9ACBAMENTO.
W. P. COLEMAN,
Reai Estate Salesroom, 325 J St
"We have a splendid ranch of
300 acres for sale, 8 miles north
of Sacramento; 230 acres grain
land, balance good pasture;
family orchard and vineyard;
all fenced; divided into four
fields; good dwelling of eight
rooms, three barns, two wind
mills, three good wells.
This is a good paying ranch.
Price, &-XO por aero. Call
for further particulars.
IV/lONEY TO L.OAIM.
P. BOHL. E. A. CROUCH,
U TOLD_¥OU SO!
Price of all lots in
OAK PARK in
creased 20 per cent.
Get in and BUY
YOUR LOT before
the next increase.
STEPHENSON k HARBiAN.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
100 T" F"oL_rtH Streot.
FOR 3S__U~l.
\J f\ rYKTyT "~~on**of tlle best-paving hotels!
l\\J 1 ivl,. in the State; 3'J room* com
pletely furnished; house full
of permanent boarders; in one of ti. ;
towns and only a short distance from Sacra
mento; bar dm s a sood bu.Mne.-.s and the placa
Is making money. Anyone understanding
the hotel business will do well to investigate
this. There is [ aid out in the town monthly
Hi 6,000 for wages. Easy terms of payment
will be given.
MI L, I_. S fib HAWK,
301 J Street, Sacramento.
AGENCY UNION INSURANCE COM PANY.
%ltxbevtahev9.
J. PRANK CLARE,
UNDERTAKING PARLORS,
1017-1019 Fourth St.. Saoramonto.
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY. GEORGfI
H CLARK, Funeral Director and County
Coroner. Telephone No. 134.
W. j. KAVANAUGH, Undertaker,
No. 513 J st.. bet, Fitth and Sixth.
A LWAYS ON HAND A LARGE ASSORT
_*-*_. ment of Metallic and Wooden Caskets.
Burial Cases, Coffins and Shrouds furnished.
Coffin orders will receive prompt attention on
short notice and at the lowest rates. Eim
baimlng a specialty. Oflioa open day and
night. Telephone N*o. 303.
JOHN MILLER
(Successor to Fritz <fe Miller),
UNDERTAKING PARLORS,
QAK X STREET (ODD FELOWS' TEM
yvt) Pie). A complete stock of Undertaking
Goods always on hand. EMBALMING A
SPECIALTY. Telephone No. 186.
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CITRUS
C _S®
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— FOR—
Northern Caliiomia
WILL BC HELD AT
AUBURN
January., to IS,
<%£) 1892. ©fe
$2500.00
CASH PREMIUMS.
1
jo Northern California is interested,
and invited to participate.

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