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NO CLEW TO THE TRAIN ROBBERS.
They Got Away With Fifty Thousand
A Host of Detectives at "Work—Sus
picious Characters Seen Down
The great $50,000 train robbery that oc
curred within six miles of this city on
Thursday night w as tiio all-absorbing
topic of conversation yesterday.
There is little to add to the very com
plete narrative of the robbery told in
these columns yesterday. A score of de
tectives, under the guidance of J. B.
Hume, tho veteran detective of Wells,
Fargo & Co., have been at work on the
case ail day, but thus far no dew has
been obtained to the perpetrators of the
The general belief is that the men who
did the job are old railroad hands, lor
Engineer Scott says they handled the
engine as well as any one could have
It is also generally understood that
when tho highwaymen made oil'on the
engine with their three bags of plunder
they ran the locomotive close into the
town of Washington before they left it
aud reversed tho machinery.
There are various rumors alloat of sus
picious characters having been seen. For
instance, tho forenian of Dr. G. M.
lHxon's ranch, which is situated about
four miles-down the river, on the Yolo
side, came to this city yesterday alter
iioon w iih a load of hay.
He said that when passing through the
town of Washington he heard 01 tho train
robbery, and was quite sure that he saw
the two men on tho ranch shortly alter
daybreak yesterday morning.
At that time he was going to an alfalfa
fic-ld on tho ranch to see about souio
horses that had broken into the field, and
"while on the lookout lor the horses lie ob
served two men making their way across
an adjoining lield toward the river.
They acted suspiciously, but not being
aware at tho time of the train robbery he
made no etfort to intercept them, or ask
them what they were doing on the ranch.
After having been informed of the rob
bery he became doubly assured that the
men he saw were the robbers.
He described one of thorn as being
much taller than the other, and one was
armed with a Winchester rifle. Each had
a valise, which appeared to be rather
l»r. Dixon's employe is a trustworthy
man, and there is no reason to doubt nis
In this connection it may be mentioned
that a river boatman is said to have been
spending money quite ireely along the
Front-street line of saloons yesterday,
and some persons believed he hud re
ceived a good fee lor a little boating
There was one incident in connection
with tho robbery that was overlooked in
the haste ot writing up the report on
Thursday night—the robbery of the track
Tho highwaymen first relieved him of
BOine &> and then compelled him to use
the torpedoes and red light for "ilagging"
the traiu. They also broke his track
velocipede and threw the wheels into the
Last night it was learned that on Thurs
day afternoon a couple of strange men
answering the description of tho robbers
pngagod a room at the Western Hotel.
They loft their overcoats aud overalls in
tho room, but did not return in the cven
iugand auother lodger was assigned to
that room. Early yesterday morning
the two men entered the room, and on
iinding it occupied they "made a kick,"
but contouted themselves with taking
thoir overcoats and overalls and depart
ing. They have not since been seen.
The detectives have been kept busy fol
lowing up aud investigating all these Hy
ing rumors, but none of them liave de
veloped into anything tangible.
Detective 11 nine has taken steps to have
all the roads north, south and west on the
Yolo side watched, and will be promptly i
notilied of the appearance of suspicious
The Southern Pacific Company has
issued a circular oilering a reward of £10,
--000 for the arrest of the two robbers and
the recovery of the plunder. In this
circular it is stated that the bandits
plundered the express car of over $30,000
in gold. The circular announces that tho
►Southern racilic Company and the YYeils
-1 argo Company will pay £.0,000 for tho
capture of each robber, and sj,uoo for the
recovery of the mouey, or a proportionate
amount lor any part of the whole.
Only Western ami Coast ltecords Low
There were no world's bicycle records
lowered here yesterday by tbo Rambler
Team, but some ot those lor that part of
the country west of the Missouri River
In the forenoon C S. Wells, the Bay
City Wheelmen's heavy-weight rider,
made an attempt to .lower the two-mile
cla^s 15 record, paced, with a standing
start. The track was damp and heavy,
and alter going the Jirst mile in 2:WS he
abandoned the attempt. The world's
record for the distance and class is 4:<ii 4-.">.
In the afternoon he tried it again, paced
by Hamliu and Delmas, Edwards and
Hall and Usen and Smith on tandem
•wheels. He made the first quarter In 34 I
seconds, Uie halt'in 1:02, the mile in 2:03},
the mile and one-half in 3:uBA and the
two miles In 4:Ui.
While this does not equal the world's j
record, it lowers all made this side of the
The judges were W. A. Hubert, G. S.
Atwood and B. r. Kuhn; starter, E.
Davenport; timers, T. I. Schwartz, E. W.
Bates and J. F. Carroll.
Otto Ziegler of tho Garden City Wheel
men went for tho world's unpaeed half
mile record of 56 seconds, class B, but the
wind was too strong for him and he did
Osen and Smith of the Garden City
"Wheelmen undertook to lower the
■world's class B tandem record lor a half
mile, unpaeed and with Hying start. The
record is 50 secoeds, and the time made
by the pair was "j7 1-5 seconds. Oson and
Smith have had but little practice on the
tandem wheel, but with a few days more
work will undoubtedly lower the record.
Ziegler's next eliort will be against the
mile record, paced and with Hying start,
which is l:i>v o-j. lie feeis confident of
llamiin, of the Sacramento Athletic
Club Wheelmen, has become a member
of the Ham bier team.
At the Metropolitan Theater to-night
the successlul comedy "Charley's Aunt"
will bo given by Charles Frohmau's com
pany—the same that originally produced
it in New York and in San Francisco.
The prices have been specially reduced. I
Every where in the State SI 50 was the ad- j
mission; here it will be 50 cents and 551. !
The piece was written by Braudou '
Thomas, whose acting: in "ThePautomime (
Kehearsai," when he appeared in this
country with Kosina Yokes, was so well
received. Thomas is still acting in Lou- J
don, where he is a great favorite, though I
there is no necessity for him to do any more !
work. "Charley's Aunt" has made him j
independently rich. In the past two years
it must have netted him over t'ftHj.uoo in j
profits alone. Charles Frohmau, who
owns the American rights of the fane,
has cleared over $200,000 by the run of the <.
piece in .New York, the live months' run
in Boston aud the lour months' run in
Chicago, which has just closed.
"Charley's Aunt" has been before the
London public winter and summer, with
out interruption, lor two years, and it is
to remain at the same theater for another
year. It has been playing: lor over ■ j uar
each in Australia and South Africa. In
purlin, where it is still a big drawing at*
traction, it has been a reigning success
lor over six months. It is making tri
umphs in Florence, Italy, and in Stock- i
holm, Sweden, and there is a French j
translation of it in preparation for Paris.
Toe curtain will go up to-night at -i ;
o Clock sharp. Will theater-goers please i
take note of that fact aud come early,
that the pleasure of the evening may not
be marred? The play will be given in
lull, without abridgement, though
the troupe goes East on to-night's over
laud train, which is to behold here thirty
The satire, "An Extra Session of the
legislature." was given by the women of
the W. C. T. U. Convention at the Metro
politan Theater last night. It drew a
very large audience, and proved to be
merrily entertaining. Airs. Peet was the
Speaker of tho house. She was supported
by a very lively Clerk, who called the
roll according to the conventional man
ner, and with a snap and rapidity that
would have made an old-time * Clerk
green with envy. The matter of chief in
terest was the consideration of a bill to
enfranchise men. It was debated, advo
cated, opposed and bandied with the
usual ladies, and in a manner that ex
cited much mirth. Albeit there was
enough of seriousness, the satire of which
was keen, incisive and at times so broad
and sweeping as to plunge the audience
into laughter. A number of men consti
tuted the lobby, and worked with the
members actively to secure the passage
of measures of special interest to
men. Petitions were presented, refer
ence to committees had, calls of
the house were ordered, arrest
of dodging members olfectod. while in
terruptions, questions, points of order
aud parliamentary taciics generally
bristled throughout the scene. The
women who took the leading parts in de
bate and other activity proved to be
very good speakers, and read their linos
with the ease and nonchalance, or tho
vigor and apparent sincerity that charac
terizes trained actors. The whole affair,
while strong as argument in favor of uni
versal suffrage, was full ol weak places,
but there was so much of wit aud happy
pleasantry throughout the scene, aud the
"thin ice" was kept so adroitly in tho
background that ihe auditors were well
entertained and applauded tho "equal
rights" and "emancipation" sentiments
warmly. In one respect it was remark
able, namely, that unlike many amateur
oilorls it was not at all marred by forgct
fulness ot lines or timidity of the partici
pants. Throughout the action was spir
ited, the reading vigorous and clear, and
the "cues" promptly taken up. As an
entertainment it was a success. As an
argument it was most cunningly devised
The Pyke Opera Company takes a clear
benefit at tho Clunie Opera-houso to
morrow night, when "Pinafore" will be
sung with this cast:
Josephine Louise Manfred
Little iiuttcrcup leunie Calef
Hebe May Powers
Sir Joseph Porter, K. C. B Ai Leach
Captain Corcoran c. M. I. Ice
l>ick LKud Eye Hi.nice Crocker
Ralph KadKstraw Walter Longbottom
iu.at.WLi.iii Einmitt Whitney
Boatswain's Mate Axiel (iuthne
There will be a full chorus and the or
chestra will be conducted by W. 11. Kin
ross. Manager Todd gives the use of tho
house, the stage hands and attaches givo
thoir services, as also the members of
the orchestra and Messrs. Kinross.
Crocker and Lougbottom and Jennie
Calef volunteer. The opera will be
mounted with all the stage effects to
which the opera-house fittings is equal.
The price of admission will be tho same
tb.it prevailed duriug last season. The
Pyke Company has had a losing season
here, though it is the best opera troupe
we have had here for years. The com
pany is not at all at fault; it has simply
struck hard times, a political campaign
and the aftermath of the great strike.
Thobenelitis givon to enable it to re
cover itself somewhat and to get once
more into the field of action. It is to bo
hoped that the benefit will prove one of
substantial help to these people, whoso
conduct here has been unexceptionable
and who have given soven weeks of hard
work to public entertainment and at the
end are left without reward.
A ROAMING CYCLIST.
Boyd Gray Bides Hero on a Wheol
from Now Yoru.
Yesterday afternoon an athietic young
colored man rodo into the city on his
well-worn wheel, having made tho jour
ney from New .York City, which place he
left on the loth of May last.
Tho tourist is Boyd Gray, a youth
whom the Eastern papers style the cham
pion bootblack of New York City. His
purpose in making the trip is said to bo
to pay off an |80U mortgage on bis lather's
larm, and he is to return alter reaching
Gray has a book containing tho names
of Governors, Mayors and other promi
nent citizens whose shoes he has shined
on his trip, also the postmarks of the va
rious postofuces along the route. He
made the trip from Colfax yesterday,
and has already in his book the signature
of Otto Ziegler, tho celebrated bicyclist.
Ho will remain here a few days beioro
going to San Francisco.
Governor Mark ham to Address the
The air will be full of political elo
(.ovurnor Markham will address a
mass meeting at the Clunie Opera-house,
in which he will meet the charges made
by Candidate Budd of Republican ex
travagance in tho management of State
The Republican county candidates are
to speak at Florin to-nigut, where a big
meeting is expected. Last night they ad
dressed the voters of Union House pre
cinct. J. V. Sims presided. Beside the
candidates, E. C. Hart made a rousing
Tho Oak Park Republican Club will
hold a meeting this evening, when ad
dresses will be delivered by lion. Charles
T. Jones, E. C. Hart, W. A. Anderson
and others. A general invitation is ex
tended to all.
Throe Out of Four of Them Admit
In Superior Judge Catlin's court yes
terday John McCauley pleaded guilty to
selling liquor to an Indian. He will re
ceive sentence Monday morning.
Dan Sweeney, charged with burglariz
ing the drug store of M. S. Hammer, also
Albert Rosaler pleaded guilty to enter
ing A. 1). i'help's jewelry store in Gait
and stealing some jewelry. They will
also be sentenced next Monday.
John Colo and J. iiemington pleaded
not guilty to stealing a quantity 01 wheat
from a box car, and will be tried on No
Mamie Manuiuu Lives In Washington
The case of N. Zomansky, charged with
maintaining a nuisance by ring ing a bell
at his place of business, whs continued
yesterday in the Police Court until the
Zemansky promisnig in the mean
time not to ring the bell.
The case of J. T. Cox, charged with
maintaining a nuisance, was continued
till the ltith.
That of Jack O'Brien, charged with
battery on Mamie Manning, was con
tinued tiil to-day, the prosecuting witness
having skipped tne town. She is said to
be staying In Washington now.
Of sample rooms, 1014 Sixth street, be
tween J and X, this (Saturday) evening.
F. P. Humrich andGus Schlumpf are the
owners and conductors of this popular
resort, which is a guarantee that it wiil
bo managed to the satisfaction of its
patrons. Their frienus and the public are
cordially invited to be prosent this even
Sarsafarilla and Iron. Get it from
the sols agent, McMorry, 531 M st. *
SACRAMENTO DAILY BECOBP-UXTOy, SATTTRDAT-, OCTOBER 13, 1894.
TEMPERANCE CONVENTION ENDED.
The Debate on Uniform Liquor
Whnt the Prohibition Element Suc
ceeded In Having Done In
Yesterday morning's Bession of the
Women's Christiau Temperance Union
Convention opened with devotional ex
ercises led by Mrs. Sadie Kenowdeu
Bailey, the delegates singing "Nearer,
My God, to Thee."
Mrs. Annie K. Bidwoll spoke of the
little Indian village in Chico and the in
spiration she received there, and the w ay
in which thoße who attended the meet
ings sung freely whenever a hymn was
called for. She said it was astonishing
how many women are victims to the
morphiue habit, having acquired it
through taking tho prescriptions of their
physicians in serious illness.
Mrs. Phipps of Sutter County claimed
that county as the first to attain prohibi
tion when the fight for it began and when
every cross-road had its saloon.
The Supervisors ignored s petition for
it, and afterward a petition lor high li
cense was submitted by them to tlio peo
ple and carried lor |300 a quarter, despite
the bitter light of tho saloon men, but
finally reduced to $150. It closed up
Dearly all the cross-roads saloons, aud so
encouraged the people that they voted
A petition for prohibition was finally
grained by the board, and six men who
violated the law were arrested.
A debate on tho question "Resolved,
That the Uniform License Law is Good,"'
Mrs. L. M. Carver spoko in tho nega
tive, arguing that if we must havo li
cense, it should not be so low that everyone
can go into the business. License, high
or low, is au evil.
Mrs. Parvis has before tho people a
"prohibitory cigaiotto law," which will
do much to save the youth of our Na
tion from a worse evil, perhaps, tuan
All KK.YOOX SESSION.
Devotional exercises, led by Mrs. Theis,
were lollowed by a season of prayer.
Mrs. m. k. Barbour of San Jose spoke
on "Best Methods of Promoting Temper
ance in the Sunday-school." "I come to
you, sisters," said'she, "with a plan that
has bi eu tho outcome of earnest prayer.
It is that the unions inaugurate real genu
ine revival meetings lor tho children.
Sunday-school Superintendents and
teachers all admit the lack of interest
among children. Temperance stories
should bo iv all our Sunday-school
papers, and every library should have its
temperance l>ooks. once every month
we should have at least a temperance
taik, and as often as possiolo a tempor
aiice sermon, and at least one sermon a
year especiallj' lor tho children."
This was followed by a recitation, so
feelingly rendered as to bring tears to
Miss Dillas followed in an interesting
address, alter which Mrs. Jackson gave a
recitation in tho most pleasing manner.
.Mrs. Emily Webb' Urisey gave an ac
count of her home mission work in
Salem, Oregon. There were live hundred
men confined there aud only one woman.
Sometimes the W. C. T. I. is called
"nothing but a woman's affair." She
never found many women confined iv
tho prisons, and was glad to be carrying
on a woman's mission. Some of her in
cidents wore most affecting.
The remainder of tho afternoon was
taken up with answering questions left
over from the quostiou-box of j resterday,
and in the discussion. Alter singing
"God P>o With Thee Till We Meet
Again" tho convention adjourned sine
die, and tho delegates filed through the
house to shake hands with the President.
Miss I. C. De Veiling of Springfield,
Mass.; National Lecturer and Organizer
for the W. C. T. L., will preach at the
Ninth-street Baptist Church on Sunday
evening, October 14lh, at 7:>o. Mrs. Sadie
Keuowden Bailey will wing at this serv
ice. Miss De Veiling will also speak
Monday and Tuesday evenings, October
15th and Kith, at the same time and place.
Every body is invited to attend these meet
The celebrated vocalist, Mra. E. <;.
Greene of Santa Cruz, state Superintend
ent |of Mothers' Meetings of the Califor
nia W. C. T. 1., will conduct a mothers'
meeting at the residence of Mrs. Schatt,
I'SJK X street, this afternoon at U:\iu
o'clock. The ladies of Sacramento are
cordially invited to attend.
ECHOES OF THE STRIKE.
Kuox, Mullin, Compton, 11. F. Dillman
and J nines Sims Arrostod.
Deputy United States Marshal Malonoy
came up from San Francisco yesterday
with warrants for tho arrest of il. F.
Dillman, James Sims, 11. A. Knox, James
Mullin and Thomas Compton, all indicted
by the Tinted States Grand Jury for ob
structing mails, conspiracy, etc.
Sims is the man arrested by Deputy
Marshal Walter Ferial at the Buffalo
Brewery while ho (Sims) was engaged in
cutting the airbrakes of tho Placerville
Knox, Mullin and Compton were the
original members ot tho American Rail
way Union Mediation Committee, and
are already under bonds to await trial tor
complicity in the Yolo train-wrecking
Just what testimony was elicited before
tho Grand Jury on which the indict
ment against Dillman was fouud is not
All the parties arrested have given
bonds, or will do so this morning.
Wuat Was Done at tho Mooting ITold
Tho Sacramento Ministerial Unioa met
in the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion parlors yesterday afternoon.
There were present Revs. Stevenson,
Atkiuson, Oehler, llerrick, Sturtevant',
lloskiuson, Denton and Baugh. Rev.
Deuton was in the chair.
By unauiinous vote, Messrs. 11. Wein
stocic and Fred. Macfossen were elected
members of the Board of Federation of
Religious Beneficence, these gentlemen
having consented to serve in that cauae
After routine business was transacted
the union adjourned to meet the first
Monday in November, in the Young
Men's Christian Association parlors at
1U:3O a. m.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
Sheriff Wyckolf of Voio was in the city
Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Long of Gridley are
guests at the Capital Hotel.
A. H. Andorsou.whohad been seriously
ill, is now able to oe out again.
Miss Jennie Leitch or Oakland is visit
ing her parents at Thirty-tint and W
streets in this city.
Miss Irma FiLcjj,_the_talented singer,
Manifests itself in hot weather in hives
pimples, boils and other eruptions which
disfigure the f.ice and cavse creat annoy
ance. The cure is found in Hood's Sarsa-
parflla which makts /~^ -m ■* *•£><-*
th" blood pure and re- jB LJ..I %^^
moves all such disfi^-
ur at ions. It also
gives strength, creates an appetite and in
vigorates the whole system. Get Hood's.
Hood's Pills are prompt and efficient
baa gone to Los Angeles to join the Ben
sou Upera Company as leading soprano.
Mrs. J. F. Calderwood and Miss Mil
gate have returned from San Jose, where
they have been making an extended visit.
Mrs. Chas. E. Koberts of Danville, 111.,
arrived in this city yesterday. She will
spend the winter with her brothers, S. L.
Taylor of this city aud C. L. Taylor of
Arrivals at the Capital Hotel yesterday:
B. Zimmerman, Clarksburg; Autone
Androdi, J. F. Jacobs, M. Nascineuto,
Stockton; James McDonald, San Fran
cisco: J. U. Fairchild, T. H. Koss, Uak
land; O. Duttan, Miss Mamie Williams,
Yolo; K. C. Long aud family. Gridley; D.
EL Wyckoll, K. It. Dunufghan, Wood
land, J. F. Page, San Francisco.
Arrivals at the Golden Eagle Hotel yes-
E, L. \ andresar, South Bend; G. W.
Koenig, Boston; A. Goodman, Arthur
I Draper, New York; E. L. May, Wheel
! ing, W. Va.; Fred Bryant, San Leandro;
J. G, Campbell, Chicago; 11. Marstou, J.
Phillips, Charles 11. McWilliams, Amos
F. Sewell, F. G. Sauborn, San Francisco;
S. J. Naumbergen, Newark, N. J.j Sar
gent Pleover, Manager "In Old Ken
The ball given at Turner Hall for the
benefit of Charles A. Shields was largely
W. 11. Mitchell has been acting in such
a manner lately that yesterday it was
deemed advisable to have him placed un
der restraint. He thicks there is one
lawyer too many in tho city, and says it
is his mission to put that ouo out of the
The steamer Herald came up from Syca
more Slough, on the Mokelumne River,
yesterday with 3,029 sacks of potatoes.
•>ho reports that many thousands of
sacks are still there, and many acres of
late potatoes are green and will not be
dug for some time yet.
Jacob Knisley, an early settler of El
Dorado County, died there in his sixty
seventh year. He leaves live grown
children—Mrs. John Fisher, Frank and
Lulu Knisley of El Dorado, and Samuel
Knisley and Mrs. E. F. [fund of this
city. He was widely known aud gener
Oak Park Concert.
Tollowing is the programme for tho
concert to be given at Oak Park on Sun
day at 3:30 r. m. by the Artillery Hand:
March, ••lire Brigade" George Koppitz
Overture, "Esmeralda" a. Herman
(.ran.! selection, "La Travinta" \ erdl
Spanish waltz, "Andalusia" Le Thlere
(Selection, "Fatlnltza" f. Yon Buppe
Potpourri, "Mikado" .Sullivan
Selection of "Popular Favorites" . Bo< ttger
Grand tantaeie, "Bohemian Girl" Balle
Ualop, "Pholtes" Oarkson
New Mining Company.
A new mining company has boon
formed in this city under the namo of the
Lone Hill Mining Company. Tho cap
ital stock is |150,000, and the directors are
A. C. Hinkson, Stanton Myers, F. J,. At
kinson, J. C. King, P. T. Van Fleet,
Harry Gribble and John < tehsner.
Another Car Accident.
While William Brown < f Placerviile
was driving across X street, between
Second and Third, yesterday, a street car
collided with his wagon, Scattering its
contents in all directions, but ho escaped
Death of C. A. Head.
Charles A. Head, tho young man who
swallowed a plum stone some weeks
since, died yesterday from the efi'ects
thereof. He was .il years of age and was
Prisoner for Folsom.
Deputy Sheriff Me' luro of Los Ange
los arrived in this city yesterday on his
\.\»y to Folsom with a prisoner named
Edgar Moore, sentenced to \\\e years'
imprisonment for grand larceny.
Wantkl- Ni.ely furnished suite, in
cluding board, stationary washstand and
private bath if possible, in private fam
ily, for man and wife, between G and M
aud Tenth and Twentieth streets. Auswer
10 P. •). box ftil.
Mabbixo ladies try Seguro. Take no
substitute. See goneral notice column. *
MARSHALL-GORMAN—In this city, Octo
ber 4th, I.y Rev. 1 ather Walsh, John Mar
shall to Catherine Gorman, both of Yolo
SCHAD-GROSSHBRR—In this dty, October
Uth, Isidor Schad to F. Augusta ti. Qrosa
herr, t otn of Baeramento. ♦
REIFENRATH-HOFFKL.T—In this dty, Oc
tober 10th, by ReT. Father (irace, J. P.
Ueifenrath to Liizsio HofTelt. *
QURNEY—In thiiscity, October 10th. Charles
W. CJurney, a nativeoi Portsmouth, New
Hampshire, a^ii U5 yean.
frj- Friends ana acqualntancesare respect
fully invited to attend the faneralSunday.
at 2:;;u e. K-firom Odd Fellows' Hall, corner
Ninth and K streets.
liF.AD—In tiiis city, October 11th, Charles
A., dearly beloved husband of Cecilia M.
Head, b native of California, aged ;:i 5-ears.
*.*"Friends and acquaintances arc respect
fully Invited to attend the funeral t"-(i;iv
(Saturday), at 1:80 O'clock, from the Lull
Jlou.^e, corner Seventh and 1 streets. Re
main a will be shipped to Napa at 3 P. K. lor
M< COKMIOK—In Folsom, October 11th
Katie, beloved wile of Husrh Mccormiek, a
native of County Tipperary, Ireland, aged
Sty Friends and acquaintances are respect
fully invited to attend thu funeral to-day
(.Saturday), at 11:30 a. m., from the Ca
PRINCE—In this dty, < >otober 11th, Kmina,
only daughter of W. H. Prince (sister ol .).
\\ . and w. W. Prince;, a native ol England,
aged 22 year-;.
A: »-lrionds and acquaintances nre respect
fully invited to attend the funeral, Sunday
at 1 P. m., from St. Paul's Church. Eighth
street, between 1 and J.
vThon Baity was Mok, vr*> pavo hor Castnrfa.
When she vras a Child, she cried for Castoria.
<Vhen she hocame Miss, she* clunp to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria
StOO! $100! S100!
liEDII'EO TO $100.
Watch the Records made by the Rambler
Team in Sacrnmeoto.
VTOW IS YOUR CHANCE XO SET THE
fastest, strongest and best Bicycle in the
world for (100.
I^'.»J Ramblers, guaranteed for one year
against flaws in material and imperfections
$1OO! $1OO! $1OO!
This price applies to such stock as I have on
hand, and after these are sold you can get no
THOS. H. B. VARNEY,
1325 Mamt Street, bet. Nmtb and Tenth. San Francisco.
FRANK PVI. JONES,
819 K street, .between Eighth and Ninth
CHASGFD DAILY FOE "WEINSTOCK. LUBIN & CO.
-AT Q:SO i*.. IKE. .
These consist of Japanese Silverplated Ware in
unique designs, and all who love oddities will be
particularly interested to see them.
Also two fancy styles of Porcelain Plates, with
paintings representing buildings of local interest.
LOT I. —Trays, size 31 inches by 4J
inches, oblong shape; others round, 4
inches in diameter, silverplated on white
metal, embossed in raised designs, rep
resenting the discovery ot America by
Columbus; also buildings of the Chicago
World's Fair. PRICE, ISe EACH.
LOT ll.—Consists entirely of Artistic
Japanese Shapes, the oddity of which
tells plainly of the country whose people
produced them. PRICE," 25c EACH.
LOT 111. —Includes Trays of round,
oblong and diamond square shapes,
showing embossed designs in gold of
birds, water scenes, villages and the bust
of Columbus. PRICE, 85e EACH.
LOT IV.—Consists of Trays, ranging
in sizes from 8 to 11 inches long; various
designs. PRICE, 80c EACH. "
LOT V.—ls odd shapes of China
ware, with handpainted and kiln burnt
designs of the new Cathedral and Sut
ter's Fort in 1847. These come to us
direct from Germany. PRICE, 25c
EACH. fiODSE FURNISHIN6 mm DEPiRTMENT
WEINSTOCK, LUBIN & CO.
AGENTS FOR STANDARD PAPER PATTERNS.
400 TO 412 K STREET, SACRAMENTO.
In Our Window is a Bargain—Better Buy
Them —They Won't Last Long.
Furniture and Carpets,
604, 606, 60S K STREET, SACRAMENTO, CAL.
Now is the Best Time.
It is conceded that September and October
are m this climate the best months in the year
for outside painting.
It is no less true that our PURE PRE
PARED PAINT is the best and most economi
cal to use. Sample cards are just issued show
ing all the newest shades.
W. P. FULLER & CO.,
1016 TO 102Q SECOND STREET.
POLITICS 1 POLITICS 1
FROM THIS TIME OM POLITICS WILL BECOME WARM. BUT ON NOVEMBER 6th
there to rare to be a cold political wave strike many of the present office-seekers. With
our voti» end* our political ambition; and that no one takes severe cold, we advise them to
secure trom us some of our tine
F"/\L_l_ AND NA/lINJTEIR CLOTHING.
Wo are. prepared to please everyone in quality and in prices. Our cut prices will continue
a short time longer.
Hen's Fine Business Suits, desirable patterns §1 50
M*b's Suits, cut from SO to g ;».";
Young Men's Suits (.dowiritble pattern^); n;;es 14 to IS %i i.">
MeiTs Pants, cut from Xdo to ,-,jj
Men's Slmmmi (conjiress) out from !*l ;>."> to 75
Men's HaXS, cut from 6oe to $5
MECHANICAL • CLOTHING • STORE,
414 and 416 K Street. H. MARKS, Proprietor.
A(TPfItQ for DOUGLAS CO. CREAMERIES
rigCllL^ IUI RENO CREAMERIES, 'SgSSTwSST
SELDLESS SANTA PAULA LEMONS, SALINAS, OREGON' AM O NEVADA POTATOES
WOOD, GrS.zPLIT & CO., ll? to 125 J Si
Minnesota and Kesrasfa Eggs a specialty. Knts. Honey, oranges. Yegetanies. etc. Car lots or less.
JAMES G. DAVIS, 411 and 413 K STREET.
THE BEST PLACE TO BUY
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND WALL PAPER
SACRAMENTO LUMBER COMPAN^^i^-^-™'
MAIN OFFICE-6«cond street.LuutM. YABD-Frontand R •tn*U. bacrament*
i 2 o
I LEGGINGS I
We have them for
Boys and Children.
§ UmilMllMo 1
50c, $1, $1 50.
Ladies' Full Length
New Style Jersey
Leggings, $2 SO.
Misses' Full Length
New Style Jersey
Child's Full Length
New Style Jersey
Leggings, $1 50.
Boys' Tan Goat
Leggings, $2 75.
POPULAR PRICE SHOE HOUSE,
FIFTH AND J.
Stationery that is stationary and sta
tionery that is not. Ours is not. Here
you find stationery always on the move.
New goods, Novelties, fresh supplies of
Staples, always corainq aud they always
SO. We don't attempt to handle more
than our line of business, and handle
that well. Our growing trade indi
cates how many people know it. I)on"t
you? If uot, one visit is convincing —
after that you always come here.
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
609 J Street, Sacramento.
Black, 3 tor 75c
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" " " SI 25
" " '• SI 5o
" " " SI 75
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MRS E i PEALER'S,
621 and 623 } Street, Sacramento.
The SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
hereby offers to pay
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS
As a reward for information or evidence
leading to the arrest and conviction of
one or more of the aiminals who
caused the derailment of west bound
mail and passenger train, No. 4, at a
I point about three miles west of Sacra'
mento about noon this date, JULY 11,
1894, in which wreck three or more
persons were killed.
(Signed) A. N. TOWXE,
Second Vice-President and General
620 J Street, - - Sacramento.:
4 LARGE STOCK OF FOREIGN AND
jt\. domestic wouions constantly od hand.
Perfect lit J.
The following suits wore awarded October
lit!:: Clnb6—Joe lxsehler, §0. Club 7—J.
And. ■ -. , ,
" IVY LODGE,"
Santa Cruz. C al.
SELECT r^UVATK BOARDING. BEAU
tilul grounds, sunny rooms, lar^e library,
I tnusic rooms, etc Klne table. Four acres iik
Iruits and berries. Easy walk to the beach
or Postoffice. on car liue. Terms from $10
op, according to rooms.
WRS. U U. McCANN^