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"REGULAR" DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES.
Another Set of County Candidates in
Ex-Chief of Police Timothy Lee the
Selection for Sheriff—The Reso
The "Regular" Democrats held their
County Convention in the Clunie Opera
house on Saturday afternoon, and the
delegates transacted the business of nomi
nating a ticket with neatness and dis
The convention was called to order by
R. D. Stephens, Chairman of the County
Central Committee. He brielly stated
■what was to be done, and called for nomi
nations for temporary Chairman. Fred
erick Cox was unanimously elected to fill
that position, and F. Maydwell was
elected temporary Secretary.
The Chair appointed the following
Platform and Resolutions —R. D.
Stephens, John Miller, J. M. Sullivan,
Hugh McCloskey and James Stephen
On Credentials—Richard Singleton,
W. B. Farrell, C. L. Taylor, W. C.
Farnsworth, J. M. Henderson aud Robert
Permanent Organization and Order of
Business— Matt, Coffey, John Givens,
Andrew Black, W. H. Mohus and E.
A recess was then taken for ten min
utes to give the committees time in
which to prepare their reports.
The Committees on Credentials and
Permanent Organization submitted their
reports, which were adopted.
When the convention reassembled
John Miller of Walnut Grove read the re
port of the Committee ou l'latiorm and
Resolutions, which was as follows:
"ltcsolve'i. By the Democrats of Sacra
mento County, in convention assembled,
that we indorse the Democratic-National
Administration, with that illustrious
statesman and patriot, Grover Cleveland,
at its head, in its efforts to bring about
tariff legislation, and to relieve the labor
ing and productive classes from the oner
ous burdens of taxation that have beeu
imposed upou them by many years of
Republican rule aud extravagance.
"Itcsolvcl, That we pledge our local
nominees to a retrenchment in county
affairs to the lowest possible figure con
sistent witti efficient service, and that we
call upou all good citizens to raliy, in
these irouulous times, to the party that
has always proven itself the steadfast
friend of t. c people.
"Me* ', that we are opposed to all
efforts to jring religion into politics, or
to any enoeavor to iuiringe upon the con
stitutional right of a citizen to worship
God according to the dictates of his own
conscience. Wo favor both gold and
silver as the money ot the people; favor
such a regulation of transportation com
panies as would be just to all parties con
cerned, and approve of legislation that
would be of benefit to the people,
and not wholly devoted to tho iuterests of
the trusts and "monopolies built up under
the pernicious rule of the Republican
The report was adopted.
I ANDIDATE.S NAMED.
The Convention then proceeded to the
nomination of officers. There were no
roll calls, and in short order the following
ticket was placed in the field:
Auditor and Recorder—Matt Coffey.
Superintendent of Schools—A. Hunter.
Public Administrator —George P. Bron
Surveyor—A. G. Winn.
Supervisor, First District — James G.
Assemblyman, Twentieth District—
JL H. Hawley; Twenty-second District,
J. H. Hendricks.
Township Justice—W. A. Henry.
Constables —Alfred Spinks and John P.
The nominations of David Steele for
Justice of the Peace, aud M. H. Burke
and Jaine* Donnelly as Coustablos at
Folsoin were ratified by the Convention.
The nomination of A. T. J. Reynolds
as Justice of the Peace of Georgiana
Township was also ratified.
DELEGATES TO THE STATE CONVENTION.
The following were elected delegates to
the State Convention, which will meet in
San Francisco to-morrow;
Fred Cox (Chairman), R. D. Stephens,
Matt Coffey, Frauk Ruhstaller, R. H.
Singleton, C. W. Clarke, J. M. Sullivan,
Timothy Lee, E. Rego, William Mc-
Laughlin, W. B. Ferrall, Hugh Mc-
Closkey, Edwin P. Smith, George White,
W. H. Williamson, Charles Taylor, W.
J. Belcher, J. M. Stephenson aud John
PLACES NOT YET FILLED.
The nominations for County Clerk,
District Attorney, Treasurer, Super
visor Fifth District, Assemblyman Twen
ty-first District and City Justice were
referred to the County Central Commit
tee for that body to fill. ,
COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE.
The following were elected members of
the County Central Committee:
First Supervisor District—J. M. Sulli
van, J. S. Doran and James J. Clark.
Second Supervisor District —R. H.
Singleton, E. McGraw aud Andrew
Third Supervisor District —N. H.
Mohns, J. P. Devine and John Walsch.
Fourth Supervisor District — Frank
Hinters, George White and W. H. Will
Filth Supervisor District—John Givens,
J. ML Stephenson and John Miller.
R. D. Stephens waa elected Chair
man of the committee.
The County Central Committee was
authorized to fill all vacancies on the
The convention then adjourned.
They All Express Admiration fop the
A few months ago Rev. A. C. Herrick,
"who has been a resident of our city
nearly ten years, was employed to wel
come tourists who are daily coming to
our capital. When any large excursion
28 coming, Mr. Herrick meets the excur
sionists at Oakland.
Raymond & Whitcomb have arranged
for their parties to remain in our city
from 8 v. m. uutil about noon of the next
day. Mr. Raymond expressed his appre
ciation of the thoughtfulness of our citi
zens, and tho travelers are very grateful
lor the courtesies extended. They are
highly pleased and surprised at the
beauty of our city and the sights to be
Been. _no State Capitol has such grounds,
and the Crocker Art Gallery is surpassed
only by the Corcoran Art Gallery at our
Kational CapitaL The rebuilt fortifica
tions and renovated Sutter's Fort delight
the tourists. The streets, the Park, the
gardens and residences receive high
]>uring the ,past month there have
been no large'excursions, yet a great
many straogers have been on our streets
and in our hotels. Mr. Herrick has met
on an average ten a day the past month.
They represent all parts of our State and
country and other nations.
As Sacramento had a scant notice in
the guide book, Mr. Herrick received a
letter in reply to one sent, saying tbey
-would most gladly uublish a description
of the Capital of California. It will ap
pear in Raymond -t Whiteomb's next
A HORSE RUINED.
Somebody Responsible for R. D. Fln
nie'9 Horse Kunninc Off.
Saturday noon R. D. Finnic took his
family to the depot in his new delivery
wagon, and tied the horse to the east end 1
of the depot. Someone in order to make .
room for his own horse untied Mr. Fin- i
nie's and the latter ran away, smashing ]
the new wagon aud running one of the j
shafts into his ri<:ht fore leg. The horse j
was so badly injured that Mr. Finnic j
thinks he will have to kill it.
Correspondence of Interest to the
Under this heading the Record-Union will
publish snort letters from correspondent- on
topic* of interest to the general nuniic The
matter in these communications will be un
derstood to represent only the views of the
writers. All communications must be accom
panied by the name of the writer, not for i
publication unless so desired, but as a guaran- !
tee of good faith.——ns.
Eds. Record-Union: An article in
the Sacramento Bee of August MS, 1894,
entitled, "A Claim Settled" gives so mis
leading and partial an account of the
matter treated of, and so obviously ema
nates from the Folsom Prison officials,
that it is due to justice and equity that
the Folsom Water Power Company
should be heard in explanation of their
side of the claim thus announced to be
It should be understood that ail that
the State proposed in this arbitration n as
to pay to the company any amount that
might be awarded it when and if the
Legislature should subsequently make
an appropriation therefor.
In 1881 and 1882 the Folsom Water
Power made certain cash outlays in con
struction work directly connected with
the State power-house at Folsom where
by the State was euabted to enter into
use of said power-houso at once instead
of waiting for the entire completion of
its contract obligations with tho com
pany, as it could have beeu compelled to
do had the company treated the State on
a basis of legal technicality.
The State was unable to make this con
struction at this lime because of insuffi
cient appropriations then available, and,
had the company not pakl the bills, the
work would have necessarily waited for
legal conclusion as to who should do it,
and, if adjudged to be done by the State,
she would have had to wait lor future
Such use of the power so advanced in
completion by the company's outlay,
and so enjoyed by the State, entirely out
side of its legal rights, has been worth,
in actual saving, to the State a sum very
considerably in excess of the amount
claimed by the company as its outlay,
which should be reimbursed by the State.
It has never been denied that this outlay
was made, and that the State has had the
benefit of tho use of the power-houso (so
rendered available in advance of its legal
coutract rights) since January, 1883.
The statement in the article of the Bee
that "the company had refused to deliver
checks for power until tho claim was set
tled" is entirely erroneous. It is periectly
true, however, that Warden Aull (as
stated in the article; "was opposed to the
payment of tho bill from first to last."
The peculiar featuro of the entire mat
ter is that while the company has treated
with the State on a purely equitable basis,
and given to the Stale, in advance of any
legal rig:it, the use of the power at its
power-house, so rendered useful and
operative by the company's outlay, which
use of power, not legally its right, has
been worth to the State considerably j
more than the company's claim for such
outlay to make it so available, the Stato
oilicials have "opposed the payment of
the bill from first to last" on purely legal
grounds, aud the decision of the Board of
Arbitration has been rendered on strictly
technical legal grounds, ignoring all
equities, and even all consideration of
Another peculiar feature of this arbi
tration is, that anything whatever is
awarded to the company. On the techni
cal legal grounds, which decided tho larg
er items in behalf of the Siato, there is
no logical reason why a few of the
smaller items parts of the same workj
should be decided in behalf of the com
The Folsom Water Power Company
will decline to receive anything from
such an arbitration. Having long since
constructed, aud paid for, the work
which the State is now enjoying, and
avails itself of legal technicalities to
avoid paying for it, it does not strike the
company favorably to be treated as a
beneficiary of tho State, and to have a
few scraps of bounty thrown to it.
It prefers to maintain the decidedly
unique position of being tho "victim" in
its dealings with tne State, rather than
the gainer, in the smallest degree.
The State is, therefore, welcome to the
works which it never paid lor.
What is the real position of the State
with reference to the property acquired
from the Folsom Water Power Company
may be best judged by the following ex
tracts from State official documents:
Report of A. W. Yon Schmidt, civil
engineer ithen and since in tho employ of
the State as Engineering Expert, and, by
a singular coincidence, now the State arbi
trator on this claim of the Folsom Water
Power Company.i, the same dated Sep
tember 20, ItkSi aud addressed to tho then
Governor R. 11. Watermauand published
in the annual report of the Stato Board of
Prison Directors for year 1888 (pages 77
and 78). Iv this report Engineer Yon
"It is somewhat difficult to give an
exact cost of horse-power per year, where
said power is produced by the use
of coal, as the prices vary so much, but it
can be taken with safety at £b0 to £100 per
Therefore, the saving to the Stale would
be 000 horse-power at $80, or 8-8,000 per
year; or. in round numbers, would pay
interest on ?!HX»,000 at 5 per cent.
Again, see report of Stato Board of
Prison Directors for year 1880 (page 77), j
where Warden Charles Aull states that
the water wheels at the State power
house, instead of the GUO horse-power
estimated by Engineer Yon Schmidt,
"will develop a total of over 800 horse
power for tho six wheels," and Warden
Aull sums up by saying: "Hence the
water-power obtained by the State under
the present arrangement is worth, as a
business proposition, over $1,000,009."
Still again, see report Assembly Com
mittee on Stale Prison, March 7, 1803
(page 3;, proceedings of the thirtieth ses
sion California Legislature, wherein
H. H. Johnson, Chairman, uses the fol
"A. W. Yon Schmidt, who is recog
nized as one of the most competent en
gineers ou the Pacific Coast, in estimating
its value on a basis of tioo horse-power,
figures the actual value of the plant at
8900,000. (See official report of 188-S, page
77.) Wheu it is taken into consideration
that the present developments reach L 360
horse-power, it will be seen that its valuo,
wheu properly utilized, must proportion
ately increase, thus reaching a total of
nearly two millions, which is perpetual
lor all time."
May it not well be said, in view of the
foregoing testimony of State officials as to
the value of property acquired from the
Folsom Water Power Company, that, if
the State officials can always be as suc
cessful in acquiring valuable property
without giving a fair equivalent for it,
there may reasonably bo expected a very
considerable reduction of the rates of
taxes which the State collects of the pub
lic at large to support itself.
In this case, unfortunately for the Fol-
I som Water Power Company, the assess
ment is collected of the company, instead
of from the public at large.
In this regard where does the history of
tho State -how another public benefactor
like the Folsom Water Power Company ?
Horatio P. Livermok k,
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Try McMorry's Teas. They are the
I best in the market. s__ M street.
SACEAHEKTO DAILY BSCOBIKUNIOK, MONDAY, AUGUST 2t\ 1894.
THE STORY TOLD BY THE RUSSIAN.
Says He Was Robbed of Some $10,
--000 in "The Palace."
Some of the Money and a Diamond
Stnd Recovered—Nellie Clark
Reference was made in the Recoud-
Umu.x ou Saturday to the reported heavy
robbery of a foreign tourist in a house of
ill-repute in this city. »
That was all that could be learned of
the affair on Friday night, the officers de
clining to give any particulars of tho al
leged robbery on the giound that they
were working il up.
_;It transpired on Saturday that the man
who claims to have been robbed isGus
tave Braman. He says he is a Russian,
that he had beeu engaged iv a lucrative
business in Guatemala, and latterly has
been ou a tour ot observation and pleas
Coming to Sacramento a few days ago,
he started out on Thursday night to see
the elephant. Just wiiy be expected to
liud the elephantine curiosity at the Sec
ond-street resort known as "The Palace,"
and which is presided over by Fannie
Brown, is not explained, but, like Eli, no
got there just the. same, weighted down —
according to his story — with a belt con
taining some £$,000 in money and a
couple Of thousand more in diamonds.
When "the ladies" wero culled into the
reception parlor the tourist's faucy fell
upon Nellie Clark, and he concluded 10
white away the night as her particular
Braman says further that when he re
tired he laid bis belt on n lounge, und that
whan ho awoke iv the morning it was
gone. So was the fair Nellie.
Elephant hunting in American peaces,
ho b'j^an to realize, was vastly more ox
pensive than in the jungles of India. He
sought out "the -Madame" of the institu
tion and "made a kick," hut she declared
she knew nothing oi his alleged loss.
Then ho wont to tho police headquarters
and told his t-tie oi woe.
Chief of Police Drew had the fair Nellie
Clark taken to his olhce. but she declared
up and down that she ha.l never seen tho
man's belt of money, and a further in
quiry into the matter was so devoid of re
biilis that the police were led to believe
there was nothing in tho case.
Braman, however, persisted so strenu
ously that he hau been robbed, and told
such a straight -story concerning himself,
that on Saturday chief Drew decided to
bavo the house searched, to which pro
ceeding tne proprietress offered no ob
jection. Officers filaliey and iiiggins
were detailed for that duty, and the result
ot thoir search was such as to give some
color to Brauian's charge that be had
been "touched off" uy someone while
The oiiicers found in the room occupied
by Bruman three $20 gold pieces wrapped
up in a Liuatemalan MUU bill and a couple
of--franc coins. Iho money wasiouud
b in eat h the carpet near a wardrobe, and
a diamond stud was also found secreted
behind a mirror in an adjoining parlor.
Tho jewel was rolled up iv a piece oi
The Clark woman declared that when
she weut to her breakiast on Friday
morning her guost was in the bedroom,
and when she returned she found him in
tho room whore the money and diamond
If this were true it might bear out the
theory that Braman had robbed himself,
and that tie did not have as much wealth
with him as he had claimed, but as he
seems to he a man iv full possession of
his faculties, it is difficult to understand,
from any rational view of tho affair, why
he should have done anything of tho
kind and then kicked up a sensation over
it. The moro so, as Braman evinced a
reluctance to having his adventure made
public, or even swearing to a complaint
against his frail partner of that eventful
The finding of a portion of tho money
induced Chief Drew to cause the arrest of
Nellie Clark, who still donies all knowl
edge of the alleged robbery. She is
about 23 years of age, and claims that she
has a husband with whom she could not
live harmoniously, so she uuit him aud
went into business as a sole trader and
on her own account. She is a native of
Braman has engaged W. W. Rhoads as
his attorney, and declares he will push
the matt*- in the hope of recovering his
! lost wealth.
The weakest point in his story is that
ho had such a large sum of money about
him, and that he thought nothing of lay
ing £10,000 on a lounge in a place where he
was a stranger.
Two Men and a Hoy Arrested Out In
For some time Chief of Polico Drew
has had his eyes on tne premises at _015
Twenty-seventh street, between T and
U, the doings of a number of men who
made their headquarters there—one or
two of whom are ox-convicts—having
aroused his suspicions.
Thore is a high board fence around the
lot, the gates are always kept locked and
several ferocious dogs are loose in the
yard. These things in themselves were
not suspicious, tiut the fact that the in
habitants of the house were rarely, if
ever, seen in the daytime, but worked
from _ or 3 o'clock in the morning until
dayiight, had attracted considerable at
tention in the neighborhood.
Tho occupants of the place were often
heard by the neighbors hammering away
before daylight, and people were won
dering what character of industry the
men engaged iv that required so much
activity al such unseemly hours.
Early yesterday morning (tracers Wil
son, Pennish, Douglas, Ragleyand Ruth
erford went to tne place with a search
warrant and arrested two men and a boy,
who gave their names respectively as C.
Williams, .J. R. Smith and Richard
The officers found a powerful hydraulic
jack and frame, a lot of crucibles and
acids, bolts, tools, etc. They did not at
that time iind any dios or molds, but
i they found an old white metal or silver
castor, partially broken up. The head of
the hydraulic jack had been filed smooth'
und square, aud screws belonging to the
frame in which it fitted showed that they
had been subjected to tremendous pres
From the articles found, and tho ap
pearance of them, the officers think tho
nun were probably engaged in making
counterfeit money; that the metal used
was melted and run into liat sheets, and
that dies were fixed in the upper part of
the iron frame and the pressure of the
hydraulic jack applied to strike out the
The ex-convicts had disappeared wheu
the otlicers raided the place. The room
in which the men engaged in their mys
terious work is small, and tho curtains
aro carefully huug so as to make it dark
and prevent any one from getting a
glimpse of the inside. The place was
very dirty. A large number of barley
sacks were laid on the lloor for bedding.
The prisoners claim to have been deal
ing in junk, but there was little stuff of
that description found in the place.
Phil Doagias, foreman of the railroad
repair shops, thought the jack was one
that belonged to the railroad company.
It is not unlikely that the place was
run as a sort of reduction works, where
stolen articles of silverware wero melted
down, possibly for usa elsewhere by
AN EFFECTIVE SHOT.
I How Offlcop Lo_ue Ii ronjrhr a Couple
of Toughs to n Halt.
Saturday evening two habitues of
Chinatown, named William Gunn and
William Kelly, were fighting on I street,
between Fourth and Filth, when Officer
Logue arrived at the scene. He was !
about to place them under arrest, when
both ran away. The officer pursued
them into the alley and called on them to j
stop. They did not obey his command, ■
and he drew his pistol and fired over i
their heads. This bad the desired effect, |
and the men submitted to arrest. They j
were cha»ged with disturbing the peace. >
Ileal Estate Transfers.
The following real estate transactions
have been recorded since our last report :
E. C. Atkinson to E. M. Atkinson-
West half of lot 5, H and I, Eighteenth
and Nineteenth streets.
G. W. Locke and wife to J. A. Lowry
and wife—LotS, Louisiana tract.
J. A. Lowry and wifo to G. W. Locke
—East lot 3 r P and Q, Tenth and Eleventh
str* '■ s.
Estate of Jane Colbnrn to Thomas Col
burn—Lot _ and west half of lot 3, E and
F, Sixth and Seventh streets.
Final Account Filed.
James Williams, administrator of the
estate of Jefferson Williams, deceased,
bus tiled his final account and petition
for the distribution of the estate. There
remains iv the hands of the administra
tor the sum of£73_ SS.
Ten drops of tho genuine Angostura
Bitters, manufactured only by Dr. J. G. I>.
Siegert „ Sons, impart a delicious flavor
to cold drinks, aud prevent all summer
/CALLED MEETING OF CONCORD A
V- Lodge, No. 117, F.and A.M., THIS _J^_
(Monday; EVENING, August _oln. J%jK.
P. M., at Masonic Hail, to atienu the ~
funeral of our late brother, GEORGE HOL
BINGER. , „
___ M. T. COPPERSMITH. W. xM.
LADIES' AUXILIARY TO THE A. R. U.
will meet THIS (Monday) AfITERNOOH
at 2 o'clock at Fed. ration Hall. All members
arc requested lo be.present. Business ot im
portance. By order of the PRESIDENT. It
CLERKS, ATTENTION l-.MEMEERS OF
Clerks' Union, No. 55, are requested to at
tend their regular meeting '1 HIS (Monday)
EVENING at 8 o'clock, for important busi
ness. By order [lt*J D. F. I.aNE, Pres.
LOST OR STOLEN-TAKEN FROM THE
b:10 San Francisco tram last Saturday
evening, either intentionally or otherwise,
somewhere between Elmira and Sacrannnto.
a gentleman's b lack overcoat ana tan-colored
small valise, containing wearing apparel,
book with owner's name, etc. Anyone re
turning same to 1530 O Street Will he suita
bly rewarded. au2o-3t
FOR SALE CHEAP, OR EXCHANGE FOR
City property, ten acres assorted orchard,
full bearing; also, ten acres, unimproved, ad
joining; tti-t-ciass soil; bam, stable, wells,
etc.; one and a quarter miles east oi' city; line
place tor country homes; no city taxation.
Apply at lL»u:> J street.
NINETEEN - ROOM LODGING - HOUSE,
suitable for a good business woman,
wnere a fortune can be made, will be sold
cheap for Cisii, or exchanged. Address C. B.
Harter, this office, Monday and Tuesday, or
17 Grant avenue, Sau Francisco. au2U-2t*
I7OR SALE-A NICE COTTAGE IN A
£ central location. See our regular adver
tisement on another page of this paper.
&DW IS K. ALSIP A 0-.1., 1015 Fourth st.
17OR SALE-THREE COTTAGES, VERY
£ cheap; to be removed* Apply soon. ED
WIN E_ ALSIP & CO., 1015 Fourth street,
I7OR SALE-A 7-YEAR-OLD MARE,
£ buggy and harness. Inquire at Twenty
sixth and Lstreets. auis-2t*
GIOOD-PAYING LODGING-HOUSE OF 25
\ rooms; great bargain. Apply 122 X St.
rnWO HOUSES FOR SALE ON THE C(iR-
J_ aer of Seventh and N. inquire ol 7Q2 N.
POR SALE—FULL BLOOD ENGLIBH PUG
JC pups; fine stock. Applj 1119 Second st.
I^RESH MILCH THOROUGHBRED JER
} sey cow and heifer call. DR. NICHOLS,
vbi) F street.
_iorn BUYS A KICK HOME AT END
*P I vJll of electric cars in Oak Park; house
harvl tmlshed; windmill and wells; $15<» cash,
balance on time. Apply N. L. DREW, 408 J St.
FOR SALE-A FINE NUTWOOD JUNIOR
colt, 2 years and ;$ months old, lb hands
high, a dark bay and the counterpart of bis
sire. Apply at'northwest corner Thirteenth
and \V streets.
17OR SALE—A SPLENDID NEW MATII
£ ushek piano which came into our pos^ s
slon in the way Of trade; will be sold at a bar
gain. The piano can be ordered direct from
factory if purchaser prefers, inquire at this
IjiOß SALE CHEAP-ON EASY TERMS.
1 lii acres of tine bottom land. Apply 1 ■'.
A. FISCH, 021 Twelfth street.
J^OR SALE—TWO LARGE FRONT OF
store show windows, lot oi class, different
sizes, two line front store doors, four transoms.
Apply at RED HOUSE COMPANY.
PLUMBING AND ROOFING BUSINESS
for saleatS"XMi. worth 12,000; established
l:i years. Address J. YV., this office.
I7OUR HOPSTOVES. NEARLY NEW, FOR
J sale cheap at SACRAMENTO PIPE
WORKS, near passenger depot.
GIOOD-PA-TNG LODGING-HOUSE OF 25
j[ rooms; gnat bargain. Apply 122 X st.
17OR SALE-A REMINGTON TYPE-
X; writer, but little used and in first-class
condition. FABIAN BROS., Ninth and J.
CARDWELL COLONY—IO-ACRE TRACIS
only $100 per acre; water pipes will be
laid to each aud every tract in said colony.
J. T. CARDWELL, owner. 1204 N street, or
at 301 J street, Sacramento.
FOB SALE-A GOOD WORKING LAW
Library, containing over 100 volumes,all
in good condition; will be sold cheap. Call at
*,_'.) M stieel, Sacramento, Cal. .1. C. TUBES.
<M/\AIN CASH BUYS 5-ACRE TRACT
#> J I )\) near Oak Park; balance on easy pay
ments. Call or address F. W. HUNTER,
room 11, 420 J street.
FOR SALE-1,500 HOP-POLES, DELTV
ered OB cars In Sacramento or elsewhere;
length, 20 feet; 4 aud G Inches at butt. Ap
ply atthla office.
OECOND-HAND. 35-HORSE POWER EN
io gme; good order. J. _*, hill. 1307 Jst
St. Joseph's Academy,
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
Condncted by Sisters of Mercy,
Classes will be resumed
Monday, August 27, 1894.
FOR BOARDING, PAINTING AND SPE
cial Lessons in any branch, payments
nm-t be made iuvari.ioly in advance.
Apply for Prospectus to
auls-2w THE SUPERIORESS.
Cheap for Cash or on Installments,
THE FINEST LINE OF
See them before you buy. A. J. POM*
M_H. corner Ninth and J streets.
ITT ANTED—AN ENERGETIC MAN FOR
\> steady employment. Address "Ty."
this office. an-0-2t*
\\'ANTED-A RUSTLER; GOOD MONEY
>> for the right person; must have $15.
Call Sunduy, 2 f. m., Orleans Hotel, room as.
UTANTED-A COMPLETELY FUR
\ V nisiied lionse. with or without servants,
until October Ist. Address P. O. Box 560
WANTED —TO BORROW, §5,500 ON
good real estate security. Apply at this
*? la'3t *
-\\TANTED-A GIRL TO WAIT OM TABLE
\Y and do chamberwork. Apply 820 N
Street, between 10 and llrUO A. M, aPI7-_t
\\7 ANTED-RESPECTABLE PARTIES TO
\ rent portion of furnished house and
board small lamiiy on liberal terms. Ad
dress 8., this ollice.
|.N FORMATION WANTED OF WILLIAM
J. W. Smith, member ol Up. F, Second Regi
ment California Cavalry. Discharged at Pre
sidio, San Francisco. October 18, 18^2. Last
heard tiom ut sail Francisco In 1-.5. Any
information of him would greatly oblige hla
li lends. Address ALBERT KNIGHT, Box
ob 2, Keene, -New Hampshire. anB-3w*
MONEY TO LOAN, IN SUMS TO SUIT,
on city or country property; also, real
estate bought and sold by N. L. DREW, 408 J.
GEEMANIA BUILDING AND LOAN AS-
Bociation.—The monthly installmentsand
in teres t are due an d payable 'i'O-DA- (Mon
day;. August 2Uth. fue becretary will be
leauy to reoelve tne same at bis office, 1011
Fourth street, from lo a. .m. to - P. m., and
in tue evening from 7 to 8.
J. HAHN, President.
EL J. Gokthb, Secretary. it'
STOCK SACRAMENTO BUILDING
i| and Loau Association, 1011 Fourth st.
GiOcD EARLY ROSE POTATOES, 50c
j' sack; tomatoes, 15c box. SIMONS it
BEESLE-, 818 K.
\\7ILL EXCHANGE IMPROVED FARMS.
W 40 or 80 acre*, for dty property, or
sell very cheap for cash. S'IROhEL, agent,
FOR MEN'S EXTRA GOOD SHOES AT
-J i Bankrupt Store, 510 J street. Clothing,
boots and shoes (for ladies or gents) uliuo-t
given away. 510 J street.
CESSPOOLS, VAULTS AND CHIMNEYS
cleaned; no din; lowest .prices. VVM.
SLAUGHTER, 317 X, 631 M.
H STRONG, SUCCESSOR TO A. Iff. CUN
, ningbam; new and seconu-haud goods;
stoves a specialty. 82 7 J .street.
JAPANESE INFORMATION AGENCY,
*Jo'> .-5i cond s;., Sacramento. Farm hind?,
general help furnished and contracts executed.
A GOOD SET OF TEETH FOR $6: FlLL
ings, sue and up. at DR. NEWSOM'S
DENTAL PARLOR'S, 1120 I street,
TT ST. EMPLOYMENT OFFICE-HELP,
IV male and female, furnished on short no
i ice; country orders solicited. F. J. WATSON,
52 7 X street.
C CRYSTAL SALT; BEST EVER PRO
/ duced; sample free. 1119 Fourth street.
E. P. FIGG.
I> EST TAMALES AT MRS. HERNANDEZ,
£) 1111 Fourth street. Mexican meals
cooked to order; also Mexican beaus. Eu
chlladea served on Sunday.
MAY FLOWER AS A COMPLEXION
beautifler stands unequaled. 1022 l.<_j
Filth street or Gogings' drug store.
Miss ANDREWS' SELECT SCHOOL,
Seminary building, I street.
X TWELFTH STREET-J. ROWE, SEC
010 ond-hand and new harness, saddles,
etc., thought, sold, exchanged or repaired
LF. RASSETT. CIVIL ENGINEER AND
. Surveyor; Deputy United States Mineral
Surveyor; special attention given to problems
iniciviL sanitary and hydraulic engineering
Office, 1006 Eighth street.
17 VERY LADY IS INVITED TO CALL
li and get a bottle of Old Rose Enamel, the
best preparation In the world for the com
plexion; send for printed circular; the secret
bow to make yourself" pretty. Put up by B.
C. WI -ITERS, Eucalyptus suppositories Com
pany. Drugstore >-:. J. Van Voorhies, 800 J
street. Agents wanted.
READING MATTER, STATIONERY, ETC..
for sale by tt. A. DOANE, 202 K.
CAY, YOU DON'T KNOW YOU ARE
0 alive! It you did you would stop at GEO.
GRAY'S, on the Riverside Road, for cool
drinks and fine lunches; he knows iiow to
make all feel at home; pianos and parlors for
_vests; come and be "wid" us for ouce. GEO.
HOP LAND, $50 PER ACRE—I,SOO
acres lluely improved hop land, 11.,l 1., mites
Irom railroad on rher, $50 per acre; $30 per
acre down; balance long time; low interest.
EDWIN K. ALSIP & CO.. 1015 Fourth street.
I7IVERY MARRIED WOMAN SHOULD
li Know tbat '-SEgURO" is the gieatest
boon to them e/cr discovered. All druggists
Price, SI 50 and £5 per box. Every box
guaranteed. Send,-cent stamp to WILBUR'S
SAFETY PACKET COM PAN I. 531 X street,
sacrainento. lor private circular.
BOARD AND LODGING.
mO LET-IN A PRIVATE FAMILY. FUR-
X nlslied rooms with board. Apply M):i M st.
MANSION HOUSE. SEVENTH, I AND J
streets, front suite, first floor, furnished
or unfurnished; rooms en suite or single, with
or without board; board. $4 per week.
iy/\p M STREET-BEST BOARD IN TOWN
1 \)t) SI per week, with or without room.
BEALS' GEM GALLERY; SNAP PHOTO
grapb- or babies by lightning process.
My experience in Hie business enables me to
overcome all difficulties. Cor. Seventh and J.
$0 f-A A DOZEN, REDUCED FROM $5,
£ f)\) for fine cabinets finished on artisto
paper. KELLER'S, 7T'.> X street.
NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT, DON'T
put it ot!; save a few dollars every
month. Sacramento Building aud Loan As.-a.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC—FARIS &
SPINKS,General Collection Agency, Gl4
1 street. Prompt attention given to all mat
ters. Bad bills a specialty.
START IN NOW AT A DOLLAR A
share. Sacramento B. and L. Association.
ACCOUNTANT—BOOKS EXAMINED, AD
justed and kept; charges reasonable. I.
BCOTT, 1009 Second street, between J and K.
MRS. E. GRUHLER, 2120 H STREET,
Fashionable Dressmaker; Taylor system;
GUIT\R AND BANJO-RAPID AD
vau'eement. J. FRANK PALMER,
teacher. Studio, 610J_ I strceL
Practical -:- Incubator.
MAIN OFFICE AND FACTORY. /5K _3>
1029 .1 street. B. F. PIKE, <Ea J|
lufacturer; M. L. WISE, Man- fS»9
ager. Send for Catalogue. -_J7_S__i
MADE OF PURE CREAM, DELIVERED
for 81 60 per gallon or 75 cents per half
gallon. Wedding cakes a specialty. Manu
i lacturers of all varletiet of cattes.
J EAGLE WN-*__JX_Q__ERX, 986 g Bt_
TO LET 0B BENT.
TO LET-BARN. TWO STALLS. LARGE
loft; alley Thirteenth and Fourteenth, 1
and J. Apply 13-3 J street. auls-l\v
TC RENT-THREE NICE SUNNY ROOMS
suitable lor housekeeping, furnished or
unfurnished, cheap. 1323 J street. aulS-lw
yoo M STREET-FURNISHED ROOMS
for housekeeping; also single room-.
i~-| /» M STREET-NICEI.Y FURNISHED
Oil) front rooms; rent reasonable.
HAI STREET—TO LET. NICELY EUR
\) [) j nished front rooms. M RS. a NAPE.
TOO I NINTH STREET-HOUSE OF 7
10/wl rooms. Apply IJ'•. X -t. au!7-3t
rnWO NICE FRONT ROOMS SUITABLE
_L torotlices. Apply to DX. SHIRLEi, the
cancer specialist, old Postoitice, Fourth and K.
IQI t SECONDST.-KOKSALEORRENT,
XOl-E a 7-rooni house. Apply 1310 Second.
I'O RENT-PLEASANT ROOMS FOR
housekeeping. Apply 7_7 J street.
TWELFTH ST.-5 FURNISHED
0U J 2 rooms Buitable lor housekeepii
1-wUI lurnished front room.
ITAO 1 ST.-UPPER FLAT OF 8 BOOMS;
1 < U.-« hoi and cold water. Apply below.
1 KOQ lT STBEET, ALSO 1611 J SREET—
if),-* 0 Two cottages of six rooms each; hot
and cold water. Apply I*6ol J street.
1 "XIV X STBEET~KURNIBHED FRONT
10U< suite: also single room, with or with
J [TOR RENT—A STABLE IN REAR OF 621
; O street. Inquire in Iront.
.lA(| TWELFTH STREET-FOUR FUR
oU.J nished rooms to let for housekeeping;
bath room; no small children.
Will SEVENTH STREET—FURNISHED
oU L rooms tor $4 per month lo $6^
iin n TENTH ST - 5 UNFURNISHED
IU 1 4 rooms; rent, $10. Apply R. DAN I^,
1002 ,J street.
rftO LET-THE ELEGANT LIVING
.1 apartments at Sixth and L street- are
____mcd; rtuest in the city. Tenants please
make application to EDWIN K. ALSIP o:
CO., 1015 Fourth street,
1 AOT l ST. - 3 NICELY FURNISHED
L\J4 I rooms; two $0 each and one $5.
£AQ- * STREET—ONE LARGE FUR-
IjUt/-' nished room; also single rooms.
mo LET—A FURNISHED HOUSE OF 5
X rooms and stable at 2010 M Street.
-i .»l i BE VENTH STREET—FURN ISHED
J-.il rooms, single or in suite; hot and
(Art O STREET—LOWER FLAT OF 3
4\ |0 rooms; rent, $10. Apply 1431 Fourth.
lAO R STREET-FURNISHED ROOMS
•iUo with hath. MRS. H. N. SHEETS.
-|IQ~ E ST., ALSO 1123 E ST.-TWO
LL4 i modern cottages ol six rooms each.
Apply at OEORGE BRli'E'S, 1125 X street.
FOR RENT-$lO, HOUSE AND STABLE
in rear of 221 (I street. ALSIP, agent.
/»£)7 M ST.—THREE NICE FURNISHED
\)4 I rooms for housekeeuing. Call arid see,
IKIO FIFTH STREET—TO LET—MOD
|>)| v crn cottage, 5 rooms, ciosets and
hath; rein, 522. STROBEL, agent. 317 J.
11 AO FOURTH STREET—GO TO THE
1 lUo COLUSA HOUSE for cool, comfort
able outside rooms, from Sl per week upward.
QOAI J STREET-TWO OR THREE UN
.)4\)'j furnished rooms for housekeeping.
QTORE, BARN AND ROOMS OVER STORE
O at Sixth and N. Apply E. K. ALSIP Jc CO.
OUITE OF FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
>0 light housekeeping, old Postoffice Build
ing, Fourth and K.
COMFORTABLE HOUSE OF 5 ROOMS; !
also 5 un lurnished rooms. Apply 1410
Ten to street.
110 LET—A SUITE OF NICELY FUlJ
nisiied front rooms at 721J_ X street; lef
iiii- EIGHTH STREET-FURNISHED
]_ 11^) rooms for housekeeping.
AIT* 1--1 ST.—FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
..'J 1)2 light housekeeping and single rooms.
(VQiy L STREET-HOUSE OF 9 ROOMS.
( 4 i Inquire 731 L street.
rpO LET—A FURNISHED COTTAGE OF
JL five rooms, all in good condition. Inquire
of E. K. ALSIP A CO.
(ILBEMAN HOUSE, CORNER THIRD
T and .1 —Fine furnished rooms by the day,
week or month.
ITtRATERNITY HALL-NORTH PORTION
' Masonic Building. Apply on premises.
SAVE YOUR MONEY. SACRAMENTO
Building and Loan Assa. will help you.
DON'T FORGET SMILEY, THE BARBER,
formerly Tweltthand E. but now located
at 1007 J street. Pleased to see all old friends
IrPHOLSTBRING AND FURNITURE RE
j pairing, mattresses renovated, chairs re
caned and general Jobbing; furniture packed
and reshipped; orders by postal promptly at
tended to. F. BROWN, loO") X street.
TOOK! LOOK! BAMBOO WORK; ANY
\j kind to order, and. fancy goods of Japan
at NIPPON'S STORE. 110>> Eonnn street.
CLOTHES MADE TO ORDER, CLEANED !
an I repaired; lowest, rates; live and let :
live. B. WOOD. Twelfth and E streets.
iUATCHES CLEANED, Sl; MAIN!
\Y springs. $1. All work warranted lor
two years. Ooods sold on installment plan at
419 X street, next 10 Metropolitan Theater.
rPoMATOES, 15( BOX; PEACHES, 25r;
X box Young Hyson tea, $1 2">; the finest
buglish I'.reakfist te 1, 50c pound; 25 pounds
good brown sugar, $1. SIMoNS & BEES
LEY, -3,8 K.
PILEY'S GROCERY, TENTH AND E, IS
J.V the best place to buy your butter, :iOo,
35c, lOC roli; dcv. ham, 2 for 2">c; %. 2 lor
15c; c. beei, lbc lor 2-pound can; diy Bait
pork, lie pound (Easterns; pickles, 10c bot
tle; sardines, 10c can.
FIRST-CLASS OAT HAY, 70 CENTS PER
cwt.; alfalfa, 00c: straw, Cue per bale;
good Iced at mill prices. Cal. cream cheese
(Whole) 7c; Y. Amer. cheese. Sc, cut 10; to
mato catsup, 10c; all kinds o. line canned
geods and groceries at bedrock prices. J.
DIERSSLN, Twelfth and E streets.
FRUIT JARS-MASONS PER
dozen, hoc; quarts, 75c; pints, 05c;
LIGHTNiNo-'.-gals, fcl 90; quaris, Sl 50;
1% pints, 91 15: pints, si 35. All jars guar
anteed. Don't ioi"t;et to call for Fallon Cream
ery Butter, at LYNN'S, Fourteenth and O.
HARRY W. RIVETT, STEAM CARPET
Cleaning, coiner Twelfth and O streets.
Carpet cuttiu_, tawing and refitting; furni
ture packol for shipment; second-hand car
pets and furniture bought and for sale. Tele
Offer -< FjPIFEKLS
Of t_n_. V_J FOR
_E_.e;c:ord--IJ_iiw-ri i CDi 7-^
i_.r_.d p CD I /vj
\x7e:e.__ly TUnion. | just think of iti a y «_-_■.
Tnp" C^ Sacramento Weekly Uoion, Chicago Weekiy inter-Qcea*
__ih-_>^ Chicago Youths' Inter-Oceaa
BOOKBINDING -GOOD WORK. REA
sonable prices and promptness; the only
hrst-chum bindery in Sacramento, 319 j
1} SCUULER A CO., BOOKBINDERS.
\. 405 J. Examiner's World's Fair and
Cal i's Picturesque California Portfolios bound.
DCARMIOHAEL 1009 EIGHTH ST.,
, offers special indneements on all wagon
repair work. Remember, for cash only, 25
per cent-saved. Call and see his method of
setting tires. Special atieution given to horse
= ~—--. ,. a
Iron, steel, Cumberiaud Coal, Wa^on Luna*
ber and Carriage Hardware.
709, 711, 713, 715 J street, Sacramento.
K. T. BOOT. ALEX. NEILSOX, J. DItISCOL,
1)OOT, NEILSON & CO.,
X Union Foundry—lron and Brass Found,
ers and Machinists. Front street, between N
and O. Castings and Machinery of every d*
scrip tiou made to order.
Iront street, corner of N.
WILLIAM t-UTENBERGER, Uroprietor.
\\ ork for sidewalks and buildings a specialty.
Gasoline und Steam Engines to order on short
GURNET CAB COMPANY.
It has come to my knowledge that parties
have been overcharged. I have dismissed the
old drivers and ha\eanew set of men. Please
remember to pay 25c per mile or fraction.
Any overcharging reported to me at ttiu onice
"will be rectiiied at once and the driver din*
missed. \\ ILLIAM H. BRADLEY.
—=___=__________ —— —--— ._§
A L HART,
Office, Southwest corner Fifth and J street*
Rooms 1-, 1, and 14, autter building.
tiKOVE L. JOH_fSOK. EO-U-H W. JWH-i_o_k
JOHNSON ft JOHNSOIi,
604 J Street.
CHAUSCEY H. DUXN. 8, SOLON HO__*
HOLL & DUNN,
Offices: 920 Fifth street, Sacramento.
Telephone No. 14.
"I Y7ILLIAM A. GETT, JR.,
Sutter building, southwest corner of Fifth
aud J. Tel-phone No. :;6'J.
___-_rrj_t M. sEYMonn. cxinton l. wniTß.
JO.s. W. HT/GE 3.
X\rJIITE, HUGHES & SEYMOUR,
\ V Attorneys and ('ounse!or.s-at-I_iw.
Rooms 7, 9, 11 and 13. 420 J street, Sacra
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
DR. PLINY R. WATTS
(Formerly of Connecticut),
HOMOCOPA-HIO PHYSIC-AH AN t> St-nr,F.OW.
Office, 925 Tenth street, northeast corner
Tenth and J. Besidenee 931 M. Telephone
No. 045 day or ni_ht-
F. F. TEBBET«,
DENTIST, 014 SIXTH ST., <gHjS_9|_
between I and .1. west sidc.ffijft£*Pi3£^
opposite Congregational Church.^LlXF
NATIONAL BANK OF D. 0. MILLS _ CO.
Sacramento, Cal.— Founded 1850.
D. O. MILLS. EDGAR xMILLS.
S. PRENTISS SMITH.
FRANK MILLER President
CHARLES F. DILLMAN Cashier
Capital and Surplus,
CALIFORNIA STATE RANK,
Does a General Banking Business.
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS.
FREDERICK COX President
JOSEPH STEFFENS Vice-President
W. E. GERBI-R Cashier
C. E. RURNHAM Assistant Cashier
C. W. Clark, Geohob C. Perkixs,
F-UEDSRICX COX, JOSJEFH BTEFFKNS,
Petkr Bcitr., aooi.ih lllilbros,
W. E. QXBXUCB.
THE OXiDEST SAVI_TQH HANK IN THE
city, corner Fifth and .1 streets, Sacra
mento. Guaranteed capital, 9500.000; paid
un capital, gold coin, 9400,000. Reserve fund,
952,807 69. Terra and ordinary deposits,
i_.202,072 88. Loans on real estate July
1,1894,93,308,823 04. Term and ordinary
deposits recti v. d. Dividends paid m January
and July. Money loaned upon real estate
only. Information furnished upon applica
tion to W. P. COLEMAN, I'resident,
ED. R. Hamilton, Cashier.
FAKMKRS' AND MECHANICS' SAVI?^JS FiAXi;
Soutliwost corner Fourth and J
Streets, Sacramento, Cal.
Guaranteed Capital 9500,000
X OANS MADE ON REAL ESTATE. IN-
Jj terest paid semi-annually on Term ana
Ordinary Depos its.
B. I' SfEINMAH President
EDWIN K. ALSIP Vice-Pr l-lent
D. I). WHITBECK Cashier
C. H. CUMMINGS secretary
JAMES M. STEVENSON Surveyor
B. U. STKIXMAN, EDWIN X A-SIP,
C. IL COMMINdS, Oi.oeOK A. SMIIMt,
SOI.. RCNYON, JAMSS MvNA-_EB,
j as. M. BraYß»sow.
PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK.
Guaranteed capita! $^;'? 1 ? l n
Paid up capital aud surplns 301,000
INTEREST PAID■" SEMI-ANNUALLY OS
I 'term and ordinary deposit-. Money loaned
on real estate only. Adaress all communica
tions- Peoole"* Savings Kant, Sacramento.
uon a . i-eoi wjtf .BECKMA-t,Presidant
George W. Lobbbz, Secretary.
CROCKE-WOOLWORTiI NATIONAL BANK;
Crocker Ruildinir. Market aud Post
streets, San Franefaco.
PAID DP CAPITAL. $1,000,000. SURPLUS, $158,001
President....--. WM. H. CROCKEU
Vice-President W. E. BROWN
Caataier_. G. W. REINS
CHARLES P. CROCKER E. B. FOND