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EMINENT CITIZENS TESTIFY TO
POSITIVE CUBES BY HIS IM
THE TRUTH FROM HONEST
Druggist Say: "We Hear Noth
ing But Good Reports of
RHEUMATISM, CATARRH. MSPEPSIA AND
m MOST OBSTINATE DISEASES
CURED BY THESE WONDER
FUL LITTLE PELLETS.
Aak Your Druggist tor Muuyon's
Guide to Honlth, Select a 25 Cent
Remedy anil Cure Yourself.
Salmon Mathews, the proprietor of
the well-known Fair Furniture Com
pany, 856 Mission street, San Francisco,
says: While residing in Australia sev
eral years ago I contracted muscular
rheumatism in its most painful form,
end although I consumed enough medi
cine to have destroyed the stomach of
en ordinary mortal, I received little or
no relief until Tuesday last. It was
then that I decided to use the contents
of one of your sample bottles, which my
son had obtained at the "Chronicle"
office. I am free to admit that the re
sult astonished me. For several days
prior to this I had been unable to use
my arms, and the right one in particu
lar; but in less than forty-eight boors 1
experienced relief to .such un extent
that I actually made myself useful
around my place of business. In addi
tion to the disappearance of all pain in
my aims. I found that the pellets had
acted beneficially on my kidneys, which
had been causing me considerable an
Facts From nrnKel*t«.
Dr. James M. Munyon—Dear Sir:
For several j'ears past I have been af
flicted with rheumatism in the muscles
of the arms and legs to such an extent
tha/t at times I was unable to enjoy the
free use of my limbs. Happily, the
pains were only occasional, but tht
dread of their unexpected coming
prompted me to attempt the eradication
of the disease from my system. Being
a pharmacist, I had recourse to many
of the most popular remedies prescribed
by physicians and recognized as stand
ard among medical men, but the result
was entirely unsatisfactory. About two
weeks ago my attention was called to
Munyon's. and I decided to test their
efficiency. Before I had consumed one
battle I realized that the lingering pains
had left my arms and scattered them
selves throughout my system, so that
they became barely perceptible. I con
tinued th a, and am satisfied
that rheumatism in future wil not be
one of my ills. The sale of your remedy
is also an evidence of what it is accom
plishing. From a few bottles my sales
have increased a hundred-fold, and I
keep in stock a full line of Munyon's
9 to meet the demand of my cus
tomers. Those who have tested their
merits say they do aJI that is claimed
for them. FRANK PATTERSON'.
Proprietor of LeFevre's Old Pharmacy,
corner of Pine and Kearny streets,
Munyon's Rheumatism Cure is guar
anteed to be absolutely harmless and a
strong tonic in building up the weak
and debilitated. It cures acute or ij.us
oular rheumatism in from one to five
days. Sharp, shooting pains in any
part of th.- b<->.:-- Btopped in a few d
A prompt, complete and permanent
cure for lameness, stiff back and all
in hips and loins. Chronic rheu
matism, sciatica, lumbag" or pain in
the back are speedily cured. Price, 25c.
Stomach and J>yspep*la Core.
Munyon's Stomach and Dyspepsia
Cure euros all forms of indigestion and
stomach trouM is rising of food,
distress after eating, shortness of breath
and all auection of the heart cause i by
Indigestion, wind on the n. bad
osive breath, loss of ap]
ness or v :nach,
headache from Indigestion, soreness of
the stomach, coated tongue, heartburn,
shootir.u- pains of the stomach, consti
pation, dizziness, faintness and lack of
energy. Price, 25c,
**»par.ito CtirM for Eaoh Disease
Munyon's Catarrh Remedies never
fail. The Catarrh Cure—price. .
and the Catarrh Tablets—price, 25c—
i use and heal the parts.
Ifunyos' .revents pneu-
I up a cold in a few
Md: Ugrh Cure stops coughs,
night soreness and
the lungs. Price, 25c.
Munyon's Kidney Cure Bpeedily cures
pains in the back, loins or groins, and
all forms of kid
ache in three n
Impurities of the blood. Pri
to weak and debili
; tblc Remedy
1 Re for
r 25c a bol
■l with fi
rED—TWO HONEST. ENER
Apply h- | and ."> p. m., 1001 J
■a- a N TED -TWO WATTR EBS 88 AN i >
ov* tins or women for housework at
_ o'.'G Is- •
WANTICD-LADIKS AND CKNTI.i.
to learn barber trade: only etsnt »
required. SAN FRANCISCO BARBER
COLLEGE. Writ. iloffue; ll*i
Klevpr-: . r\ Francs
WANTED-AI.L SECOND-HAND PUR
niture and carpets in town Hi|
prices paid at the I X L Furniture Store.
treet I" MILLER
|5f,.«y)0 TO LOAN. IN SIMS TO SUIT. AT
CURTIS. CARMICHAKL, & BRANDS,
Fourth and J.
MUSIC AND ART.
MISS L!DA I. CLINCH. TEACHER OF
vocal mm h s t.
MRS. CARRIE E. TURRELL, TEACHER
of piano. Residence. 1523 I street.
PIANOS AND ORGAN? TUNKD AND
repaired by F. BLODGETT; reliable and
prompt. Orders left at I'OMiIKR t>.
Ninth and J. or residence, 1819 I.
SACRAMENTO DAILY RECOBD-TOTIOK, MOKDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1895.
THE COLUMBIA FETE.
j Rehearsals in Progress for the Enter
tainment on Thursday Night.
Preparations are nearly complete for
the spectacular production known as
the Columbia Fete, to be given at the
Metropolitan Theater on Thursday
evening under the auspices of the ladies
of St. Paul's Church;
Miss Mat hews of Chicago, who has
the direction of the affair, has produced
it with great success in many of the
larger cities of the country. The press
refer to it as a grand entertainment, ,
and it is to be given here with all the
ftatures introduced elsewhere.
Miss Alice Hanafln will personate
| "Justice," Miss Jennie Govan "Night,"
i Miss Sopha. Jones "California," and
Mrs. Moj'nihan "Columbia," with a
chorus. The Farley children will ap
pear as Cupids, and there will be
brownies in the colors of all the nations.
The rehearsals are progressing finely
under the direction of Miss Mathews.
She understands her work thoroughly,
and has excellent control over the chil
dren. The tableaus will include "Co
lumbia before Queen Isabella," and
there will be 100 children in fancy drills,
dances and marches.
"Tenting on the Old Camp-Ground,"
by one of the local military companies,
will be a striking and interesting feat
ure, with a male quartet in pantomime.
AT ELK GROVE.
Installation of Officers of the Eastern
star Chapter and Masonic Lodeo.
Elk Grove Chapter, No. 109, Order of
Eastern Star, on Friday last installed
the following officers:
Susie Alltucker, Worthy Matron;
Emma Alltucker, Adah; J. M. Kelly,
Worthy Patron; Martha A. Davis.
Ruth; Sarah G. Bradford, Associate
.Matron; Jennie Stewart, Esther; S. C.
Stewart, Treasurer; Jennie Andrews,
Martha; L. Bower, Secretary: Esther
Taverner, Electa; Mary E. Campbell,
Conductress; Ann E. Freeman, Warder;
Barbara E. McKee, Associate Conduc
tress; I. L. Freeman. Sentinel; Lillian
Stephenson, Org-anist; Past Worthy
Matron Martha Anna Davis, Installing
At the same time and place Elk Grove
Lodse. No. 173. F. and A. M., installed
the following officers:
Henry Alltucker, Worthy Master; I.
L. Freeman, Senior Warden; A. D.
Gage, Junior Warden; N. I. Stewart,
Treasurer; L. Bower. Secretary; E. E.
Barry, Senior Deacon; John Elliott,
Junior Deacon; S. C. Stewart, Marshal:
T. C. McConneU and Harry L. Stich,
Stewards; G. S. Williamson, Tyler;
Past Master Thomas McConneU, In
stalling Officer. "■
STRIPES, "BUT NO STARS.
The Uniform to. be Hereafter "Worn By
Prlsoners in the County Jail.
Sheriff Johnson has presented to each
of the prisoners at the jail one of the
uniforms which arrived Friday, and
they wore them far the first time on
Saturday. They are neat but not gaudy
and are ornamented with broad black
stripes running horizontally round
them, being similar to those worn by
the convicts at Folsom. A few were not
supplied, on account of a shortage In
sizes, but will b* all rig-ht in a day or
The change will be a beneficial one in
several ways. It will render the prison
ers so oonspicuous as to be easily
caught in case of escape from the jail.
It will also save the county a large
amount in doing away with the practice
of giving each prisoner a suit after he
has served a term in jail, as his suit can
be laid away on his entrance and re
turned to him when liberated. It will
also do away with the practice by the
prisoners of stealing one or more pairs
of overalls and smuggling them out of
the jail when they leave.
LOTS OP COIN.
I'pward of $2,000,000 Paid to the State
on Friday and Saturday.
The general fund in the State Treas
ury has been replenished by taxes re
cently paid in and all demands against
it can now be paid. < >:i Saturday San
Francisco paid in $1,034,938 20, and
Alameda upward of $300,000. Sonoma
in -5128.85'! 85 and San Joaquin
There was paid in altogether on Fri
day and Saturday upward of two mill
ion dollars, and for some time to come
the State will be "in circumstances."
OLD CITIZEN DEAD.
John Andrew Fay of "Washington
John Andrew Fay, an old and well
known citizen of Washington, and a na
tive of New York, died yesterday at the
age of 70 yeai s.
Hifl wife died some three years ago,
he leaves behind him a large fam
ily, composed of Frank J., John A.,
Charles H. Fay. Mrs. J. D. Barry, Mrs.
Alexander Fourness, Mrs. Emmet Han
nan and Mrs, Frank Todhunter.
Among the many anecdotes relating
10 the celebrated Dr. Chalmers, an
amusing one was told by a gentleman
•urn from his first visit to
i:^h. He had heard a great deal
' ;1 oratorical powers
by some of the members of
al Assembly, and. being anx
. !<e for himself, paid
•ly visit to it. N<xt to him sat an
■ >.% with both hand?
on a heavy stick, which he eyed with
;-' his e>*es from hi.- i con
n of it. Soon the stran
riveted upon t
\\ ho had
.vouderful oommand of lan.
which he | ; with his
<>f style and the pfculiarity
f hi>* manner, txclted the list :i-i s
v tell me who is speaking
1 eagerly, turning to the
"Wl iking now?" echoed the
old n. Erom the con-
U mplatioo of t! c Stick to fix them In
ant upon his in
itor. "That, sir. is the
• ; . and I'm holdin* his
stick!"— Household Words.
A (.<•!!! ofßarboo English.
in of a memorial from th>* Indian
Education Department: "Madam, dur
ing my fatality and precestination, I
lust my employment and my orbits ause
- a pllgarllc, shiftless and unpre
-1 man here. I have to admonish
my l'irs to thu- foreign countries for
this ill fame. T. therefore, most re
ully deprecate to excuse the un
exting malefaction, defying
your orders which I was doinjr in your
schools. T thought that I might be per
mit U-.1 afl your s.iliHilion to teach that
with an increased salary, but my
bad luck has driven me out of employ
ment." —Westminster Gazette.
For coughs, asthma and throat disor
ders Brown's Bronchial Troches are an
«n, ctual !". medjr. BoM only in boxes.
SEND THK WKKKLY UNION TO YOUR
Xriends in the East.
JACKETS AND CAPES EIDERDOWN COMFORTABLES.
From our Cloak Department, from 35 to BEDSPREADS.
50 per cent less than former prices. Klft Cl iiYKS
FUR SCARFS AND BOAS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S HAND
FEATHER BOAS AND COLLARETTES. KERCHIEFS.
DRESS PATTERNS PURSES AND SHOPPING BAGS.
In the newest fabrics. LADIES' FAST BLACK HOSIERY.
SILK WAIST PATTERNS. Three and six pairs in a box.
Six yards in • pattern. LACE AND CHIFFON COLLARETTES.
TABLE LINENS. c , vc
NAPKINS FANb ~
°" Exquisite styles in Gauze, Lace and 0*-
BLANKET& trich Plumes.
There's not a stock in the store but offers something that's
good, cheap and serviceable for those who buy sensible gifts.
COR. 6 laßgfaT"S.>^^S^F
NOT SO VERY COLD.
Life in the Glacial Period Not so Bad
The neighborhood of the ice border
during the glacial period was proba
bly not an uncomfortable place In which
to live. Even in Greenland, where there
is no timber, the Eskimos manage to
live in a great degree of comfort, and
that, too, with no implements but those
of stone and bone, which they have
made with their own hands. The im
portation of firearms and of iron im
plements has been of doubtful advan
tage to the Eskimos. From all accounts
they nourished better before their con
tact with Europeans than they have
Substantially the same may be said
of the tribes in Alaska. There the con
ditions are in one respect even more
closely similar to those which existed
on the Delaware and Ohio Rivers where
the remains of glacial men have been
found in America. Like Southeastern
Alaska, the Delaware and Ohio Val
leys were densely covered with forests.
Of this we have abundant evidence in
the numerous trunks of trees which
were overwhelmed by the advancing
Ice and buried in its debris all along
the margin of the glaciated area in
Ohio. It was, therefore, easily within
the reach of men as intelligent as the
Eskimos to maintain a comfortable ex
istence in the valley of the Ohio when
the continental glacier had expanded
to its farthest extent. He did not need
to resort to caverns for shelter, since
the forests furnished him with the
readiest means for protection.
When we reflect, also, upon the com
pleteness with which the habitations
of the modern Indian have disappeared,
we need not be surprised at the total
disappearance of the habitations of
glacial men. Nor is it strange that
well-accredited discoveries of his im
plements have so rarely been made in
the undisturbed gravel which gives us
the surest evidence of his great an
tiquity. Naturally, the cautious in-
habitant of that time would have been
somewhat careful about venturing
down into the valleys, whose terrific
and periodical floods were depositing
the terrace gravel, and, even though
the imbedded implements were much
more numerous than they are, they
would be relatively so few in propor
tion to the great mass of material that
the chances of finding one in place
would be extremely small. —Appleton's
Popular Science Monthly.
Nervous troubles are caused by im
poverished blood, the nerves not being
properly nourished. The way to cure
nervousness is to purify the blood by
taking Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Costivenese, bowel complaints, con
stipation are the forerunner of other
♦ * *
When constipated tfrink more water
with your food.
* ♦ *
When constipated chew your food
finely, masticate slowly and be sure you
use Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla.
• ♦ *
Chronic constipation can be cured by
the regular use of Joy's Vegetable Sar
* * *
You can stop using Joy's Vegetable
Sarsaparilla at any time and yet notice
a decided improvement.
« * t
Constipation is due to a lack of bile
and is closely allied to liver trouble;
Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla will cure
• • •
If you allow the food to lodge in the
small and large intestines for some time
nature will soon hay-? her way and you
will suffer from diarrhea.
* * *
Clean the stomach, bowels and I
tines with Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla.
♦ » *
•onitis, a ■ >us affection, is
often due to constipation, and ■
never have occurred had the patient
used Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla.
♦ • >:■
Piles are sometimes due directly to
constipation, and could have been
avoided had the patient used Joy's Veg
♦ ♦ *
Fistula and fissure and other rectal
troubles are also due to constipation, so
don't t>e constipated when you can buy
Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla.
♦ • ♦
Constipation is the forerunner of
chronic dysentery, and this can bo
avoided if you use Joy's Vegetable Sar
* * *
Dysp^i'sia it» produced by constipa
tion, and you ran cure this with Joy's
* » *
Kidney troubles at times come from
constipation, and you oan be cured by
using Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla.
* * *
Nervous troubles are often directly
due to consrii ■ i you can cure
these with Joy's Vegetable
• ♦ *
stttutea are due to the popu;
- Vegetable S irsai>arilla. and
- nl's: itutt-? must be avoided if you
■ table Sarsapa
STATED MKKTING SACRAMENTO c
Councl. No. 1, Koval and Select Mas- .JBl .
ter^. 'Hl.s Monday BVBMXfQ RtX>T
7. SO o'clock sharp, ■ V\
It DAVID FARR, Tfcriee Illustrious.
IABINET PHOTOGRAPHS $1 PER
dczen; opposition is the life of trade.
CaL at BKALS' GEM GALLERY, 027 J
street, corner of Seventh, until further
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN FIRST-CLAS9
photos at DEAN'S 71'J X street, near
fostoflice. Call and sxamine our work.
ALL KINDS OF WOOD, COAL, COKE,
Charcoal and Pitch Kindling always on
hand and for Hale at the lowest cash
pri( eft. Orders solicited. JAMES Mc-
CAW, Proprietor, 51t> and 51S L street.
IF THERE IS ANYBODY IN SACRA
mento or any other place that 1 have
cheated, robbed or defrauded out of the
value ol anything please let me knov.
Anybody having undue influence ov.
children will please stop the sar
am not responsible for other pt
mischief, HANS DREYER, Bi-h
December 26th. dl>
POUNDKEEPER'S SALE-I WILL
sell at public auction in front of Court
house, Seventh and I streets, December
•list, one bay horse, star on forehead
white spot on nose, two white hind
and wart on neck; one pinto horse, bald
face; and two inuley cows, one red and
wnite and other spotted red and white
with hip knocked down. W. D. COOKS
LEY, Foundkeepei. d2B-3t*
notice is hereby given that the
aumi'-.l meeting of iue stockholders of the
Germanla Building an 1 Loan Association
of the city of Sacramento, for tiie election of
thiee directors, and lor such other business
as may 0e brought beloreit, will be held at
Smith s Hall, 1115 Seventh street. Hacra
nu-tito City, on MONDAY, January la,
1896, at lo a. m.
_ , J. HAHN. President.
H^J. Goethe, Secretary. d27-td
DYEING AND CLEANSING VERY LOW
prices; shillful French workwoman; wet
and dry process. 3aS M street.
J. S. PARKER. WOOD CARVING IN
all its branches, yoti Ninth street, oppo
YO,VR BOOTS AND SHOES ARTISTIC
tAvi"hS1"?^? £ y that flr3t-dass artist,
TAYLOR WALKER 100S Seventh 3t.
F?, PU- FIXE TAILORING, J. H. HElT
ma.n, the tailor. 1 now make boys' and
t suits t0 measure from $10 to $16.
ttOO J street,_corner Sixth, Sacramento.
CONRAD YOUNG OFFERS DURING
December, with each dozen cabinets at
$4 a dozen, one large elegant 14x17 por
trait, almost life-size. Don't miss this
=?mh•? jn,cc; Call and S£e specimens at
TH. E J?^? 81 BORAX SOAP, $1 BOX;
Royal Savon, 80c box; fine teas 50c fb:
choice coffee, 35c; 3 lbs for $1; fine East
crn hams, Kic rb; maple syrup, $1 gallon
C*!V worth $1 50; choice butter, 50c roll"
cottolene, 25c can; fine raisins, 35c box:
BEEflrSv4^ a^°< x; BOOd rice- 5c ib!
*ifj%Srt.* sox> at their new Btore«
MAKE MONEY—BY CAREFUI SPFP
ulation in grain through a reliable suc^
cessful firm. Excellent opportun ties to
make profits by our new plans Fully ex
plained and sent free. Highest refer
ences. PATTISON & Co! 743 Omaha
Building, Chicago, 111. umana
FOR THE HOLIDAYS-SEE THF
pretty celluloid frames, all styles- alsf
new line of pictures and goods- for Dres'
™Si A1 t1 at '^ West Prices. Pic?Cre frames
sTreet- r< SCHWAMC'S. 804 J
DOLLS: DOLLS! DOLLS! AT THE
lowest price; also, new line of Catholic
gooda. ADAM HAUBOLD. 1122 j
W R DEVIN HAS REMOVED HIS
CENTRA? % JM tSI, le llom X to"he
UAJKAL SIABLES, IU2I J- finest
rigs; best Of care for horses.
Wi "•*• GUI, NN ' TONSORIAL PARLOR
All first-class work. Ladies' and chil
aren s haircutting. 1008 Seventh street,
J ana iv.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CAFE ROYAL
changes hands. Fourth and Markat
streets. HORNLEIN BROS . hotel men
of feacramento, have purchased the
same. Overcoats and packages for
THE FAMOUS LITTLE LUNCH-HOT
and cold; 5 and 10 cents. 819 X street.
LEAVE CATERERS' ORDERS FOR
weddings and receptions with decora
tions and Christmas dinners at 1223 Sev
MONEY TO LOAN. H. J. GOETHE. 1011
RAG CARPET FACTORY AT 1214
Eighth st. MRS. JOHNSON, Prop'tresa.
MONET TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
security. CHARLES COOLEY 1013
K< . b sireet.
Till: GRANGERS' MEAT AND PRO
duce Market, northeast corner Tenth
and Q streets. GEORGE LLEWELLYN
rietor.—Dealer in Beet Mutton
b, I'ork. Ham, Sausages, Poultry
and Gani!>: also. Fruit and Vegetables of
all kinds in their season, at lowest mar
ke. prices. Pure Kettle-rendered Lard a
specialty. Telephone 52 (main).
NOVELS AND BOUND BOOKS Bought,
sold and exchanged at reduced prices!
LIST B R'S SPECIAL DKLIVERY:
trunks, 2, r.e: stand. Kolliker's drug store,
and J; leave orders. THOMAS E.
LIfcTER. Telephone 38C.
A GOOD SET OV TEETH FOR $ti;
filling riOo and upward; from one-third
tc one-half saved: all work guuraq
DR. G. W. NEWSOM, Dental Pa
JAPANESE INFORMATION AGK
81V Sixth street, Sacramento. Farm
bands, general help furnished, and con
CESSPOOLS. VAULTS AND CHIMNEYS
cleaned; no dirt; lowest prices. W. M.
SLAUGHTER. .'U7 K. and :'.2l M street.
JOHN D. SHEARER, ARTIFICIAL Stone
walks and concrete foundations. 1818
STRAYED OK STOLEN PROM J STREET.
between Eleventh and Twelfth, Sunday
nlirbt awhlte-iaced norrel horse and light
open bug-y ibluclO. Leave Informal 0:1 at
C. C. PfcKKlKtS', Klevtnih ai d j sta. It
STRAYED—FROM 1001 E BTBEBT, OM
ttM 2Sd, onu iurge buy horse. Kinder re
turn t > JOHN RILEY', Tenth and X streets,
and be rewarded. d27-3t*
STRAYED—FROM 428 X, A FOX TER
rier, white, with blact «pot« on head; an
swers to the name ol' Bill." Return and be
■ Have You Soen
I the new Pozzoxi Pckf Box? It is given
I free with each box of Powder. Ask for it.
TO LET OR RENT.
NICELY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, with bathroom: no small children.
625 M street. d27-st*
DWELLING Of FIVE ROOM. 1?, V STREET,
between Twenty-fourth and rwenty-fifth. to
let. Good yard suitable for chicl&eu raising.
Inquire of H. J. GOETHE, 1011 Kourth
TO LET-A COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS.
Apply 823 M str«et :
TO LET-HOUSE OF SEVEN ROOMS, HOT
and cold water; location. Seventeenth, I
and J. Apply l< 01 J street.
TO-LET-THAT MODEKN FLAT, BASE
ment, large yard, bath, c'.osets, etc., 15^7 N
street. Key at C. E. ADAMS'. Ilu6 J streeU
TO LET—EIGHTY ACRES, IMPROVED,
three miles-north of Orangevale. 211
GLEEMAN HOUSE, THIRD AND J-
Lately cleaned and renovated. Lodg
ings, 25 cents and up. Private entrance,
'--I - J street.
TO LET—TWO CTNFUitNISHED SUNNY
rooms, with bath; no children. Tin L st.
LOWER FLAT OF FIVE ROOMS. PAN
try, bath; modern improvements. Rent
to desirable people, 1021 Tenth
JUST" FINISHED—A NEW SIX-ROOM
cottage; hut and cold water, bath, pan
try and paten: wash
_stand_lnquire : at 2115 M street.
To LET—HOUSE CONTAINING BIGHT
rooms and bath; all modern improve
ments. 1303 L street, opposite Capitol
_Park; rent, $iO.
PASTURAGE - THREE HUNDRED
of alfalfa to rent, or will taka
stock on pasture. Address LOUIS WIN
Z FURNISHED ROOM AT FOR
building, 1 street. Seventh and
■ LjY FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS
to let; 812 Vi X street Apply at SACRA
MENTO OYSTER MARKET.
170 \\; 1 STREET-UPPER FLAT OF SIX
_rooms; rent, $21.
I^SSSi* Fl-AT, 1112 X ST. H. J.
> UOETHE, toil Fourth street.
FOUR OR SIX FURNISHED ROOMS-
Suitable lor housekec p.n;.. Apply south
wtat corner Ninth and D streets.
TO LET-FARMS AND GRAZING
lands cheap. Apply to Dr. CAPLES,
HOt; FOURTH STREET-NICELY FUR
nishod rooms, $1 and upward; al*o, nica
front suites. MRS. W. A. CAS WELL.
5W X STREET—NICE AND NEWLY
furnished rooms; rent reasonable.
THE DAVIS BUILDING IS NOW Ready
With fifty rooms, handsomely furnished.
Everything is new, clean and high class.
None but respectable persons admitted.
JOHN F. DAVIS, Manager, 411 X street
FOR SALE—A BRAND NEW WAVER-
Iy bicycle just from factory. Has not
been ridden, will sell at a bargain. In
quire at this office
DAIRY FARM, EIGHT MILES FROM
Sacramento: 85 acres in alfalJa; good build
ings. Apply to UARL BTROBEL, Si;j st.
FOR SALE-COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS,
high basement and extra high lot 40x100;
in splendid location on 0 street; will oe sold
In tne next n'fteeu days tor less than the iot
is worth. X L. HAWK, 1012 Fourth
A FEW MORE OF THOSE LOTS IN
the Leitch tract left. 40x160, $125.
JAMES E. MILLS. d24-«t_
FOR SALE—NEW HOUSE AND TWO
lots, fenced and set to trees; a bargain;
i.i Oak Grove Tract. CURTIS, CARMI
CHAEL & BRAND. Fourth and J.
FOR SALE—LOTS IN OAK GROVE
Tract on the installment plan; only a
few left. CURTIS, CARMICHAEL &
P.RAND. Fourth and J.
80X160, TWELFTH, R AND S-MAKd
an offer, lnquiie H. J. GOETHE, 1011
$550. LOT 40X80, SIX BLOCKS FROM
shops. Inquire H. J. GOETHE, 101 l
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR City
property—One of the finest homesteads
In this county, consisting of 80 ucres;
situate on the Upper Stockton road, 5
miles from city. Come and see it
GEORGE E. DUDEN, on the premises,
or CHARLES COOLEY, 1013 Fourth st
A LODGING-HOUSE OF 17 ROOMS, DO
ing a good transient business; best loca
tion in the city; good reasons for selling.
Call at this office for particulars.
GOOD PAYING LODGING-HOUSE OF
25 rooms; great bargain. Apply 122 Kst
BOARD AND LODGING.
PRIVATE BOARD. $3 50 PER WEEK;
also rooms nice and cosy, with fire;
furniture new. 725 L street.
OPPOSITE CAPITOL — RALSTON,
board, with or without room. 1324 Tenth
AXE YOU LOOKING FOR A HOMELIKE
pla<"e to board and room? Go to the
"MODEL," southwest corner Eighth and H.
NEW SALMON, 3 CANS FOR 25 CENTS;
4 cans oysters, 25c; mountain butter, 20c
pound roll; very fine butter, 45c; crack
ers, 45c box; new raisins, 6 H»s for 25c;
seedless raisins, 6 lt>s for 25c; fine
cleaned currants, 10c packet; dried
peaches, prunes and apricots, 5c tt>; am
monia, pints, sc; quarts, 10c; sardines in
oil, mustard or tomato sauce, sc; fine po
tatoes, Burbanks, 50c sack; 12 bars soap,
25c; »J bars borax soap, 25c; corn or glods
starch, 4 for 256; macaroni, vermicelli or
spaghetti, 40c box; Java and Mocha cof
fee, 35c tb', 3 lbs for hi; good tea, 25c Ib;
-■st tea, 50c; good lard, 35c 5-It> tin;
Eastern picnic hams, SVjc tb; shoulders,
7'/i,c lt>; cornmeal, 20c sack; morning
meal and rolled oats, 4c Ib; tomato
catsup, sc. BEEISLEY & SON, 518 J
PINE WHITE BURBANK POTATOES,
50c sack; fine eggs, 2 doz for -15c; Cali
fornia eggs, 30c dos; beans, 10 frs for 25c;
theese, 3 Iks for 28c; mountain but
20c It*; mince meat, 3 rba for 25c;
■ mince meat, 2U-It> cans. 35c; 5-1!)
mince meat, Gsc. BEESLEY X:
the up-to-date grocers, at their
•.ore, 518 J street.
JS & SON, CASH GROCERS, 818 X
street, are up to the times, so the people
say, "Come one, come ali ye people" that
wish to save money and have quick serv
ice. Try our firkin butter, (hiest quaiity,
■j'j'.i- per tt»; fine Burbank potatoes, 55c
per sack; best onions, 80c per sack; mac
aroni, 40c per box; 5-Ib can of coffoo.
With cup and sr.ueer, 90c; D. ham, 5c per
can; sardines, 5c per can; condensed
_ milk, 15c per can. j
CA7 L ON J. BELLMER, GROCER, 915
X street, oposite Turner Hall, where
ycu will find everything in the line of
cheap and fresh groceries, raisins, cur
rants, cranberries, etc. Try a square
IF YOU WANT TO GET YOUR Moneys
•worth, buy your groceries, hay and teed
at WINGARD'S. Twenty-fifth and O sts.
DRESS AND CLOAKKAKING.
and waists at lowest prices. Suits, $3 and
up. 1223 Seventh street.
MRS J. M. KELLY, AT THE OLD
quarters, over the Nonpareil, Fifth and
J; entrance, on J, is, as usual, doing the
f.i;est work at the lowest prices. Ladies,
call and get prices. Perfect fit and most
SEND THE WEEKLY UNION TO YOUR
friends In the East.
THE UP-TO-DATE GROCERS, BEES-
I.KY Ov SON, can now be l'ound at their
new store. Business Increased so fast
they had to have more room. 015 J, near
ly opposite the Nonpareil.
SEE MISS SCHUBERT'S AD. PAGE 2.
LADIES — CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH
Pennyroyal Pills (Diamond Brand) ara
the best. Safe, reliable. Take no other.
Sent 1 4c stamp lor particulars. "Relief
kadies," in letter by return mail. At
druggists. CHICHESTER CHEMICAL
COMPANY. Philadelphia. Pa.
$1 WATCHES CLEANED. $1; WATCH
mainsprings, SI. All work warranted
419 X street, next to Metropolitan Thea
ter. Cash paid lor old gold and silver.
BOOKBINDING IN ALL ITS Branchy,
with sood work and promptness. E W*
BRUENING. 31!) J street, Sacramento.
MAGAZINES. PORTFOLIOS AND Peri
odicals bound in superior modern styles
at SILVILS & SCHOENBACKLdBfrS.
General Bookbinders, 403 J street.
HOWE'S ACADEMY-GRAMMAR Grade.
high school and normal branches; elocu
tion, French and German are taught;
ail branches taught hi night so
Inlcrmat! erms <.>t" tuition,
etc., will be cheerfully given at the Acad
emy building, corner Ninth and I streets.
Watt hmaker and Jeweler,
1010 Si veiith street.
First-class work. Lowest prloe.B.
U atchmaker and .Jeweler.
Watches, Cl fci and lewelry repaired and
warranted at moderate prices. Also, line
stock of holldaj goods. su-i X Btreet, Bac
ramento, Cat Paclflo Hotel Building,
PIONEER WOOD AND COAL CO..
1-U5 Second street. Telephone 68.
Well seasoned willow and pine, white
and live oak. Coal of all kinds. Full
weight and measure guaranteed. Carpets
cleaned. \v K. COTHRIN.
SACRAM K\TO FOUNDRY,
Front street, corner of N.
WM. GUTENBERGER, Proprietor.
Work lor sidewalks and buildings a
specialty. Gasoline :md steam engines
to order on short notice.
H. F. Root. Alex. Nellson. J. Drlscoll.
ROOT, NEILSON & CO.,
Union Foundry—lron and Brass Found
ers and Machinists, Front street, be
tween N and O. Castings and Machin
ery of every description made to order.
CAPITAL IRON WORKS AND BRASS
FOUNDRY, 1109 Ninth street.
WARREN F. DREW, Proprietor.
(Successor to L. Rose). Al! kinds of ma
chinery bought and sold. Jobbing of
every description done at short notice.
Manufacturer of Harness, Saddles,
Whips, Kobes, Blankets, etc. Repairing
done neatly and with dispatch.
.".17 X street, between Third and Fourth.
JAMES B. DEVINE,
CHARLES T. HUGHES.
Rooms 2 and 4. - - - 420 J street.
A. L. HART,
Office, Southwest cor. Fifth and J sts
Rooms 12. 13 _ gjid_U._Sutter__Buildlng._
CHARLES F. GARDNER.
Receiver U. S. Land Office, Sacramento.
Chauncey H. Dunn. S. Solon Holl.
HOLL & DUNN,
Offices, 920 Fifth street, Sacramento.
Telephone No. 14.
WILLIAM A. GETT, JR.,
Sutter Building, southwest corner of
Fifth and J. Telephone No. 359.
Arthur M. Seymour. Clinton L. White.
Jos. W. Hughes.
WHITE, HJLJGHES & SEYMOUR.
Attorneys and CounseJors-at-Law,
Rooms 7, 9, 11 and 13. 420 J street, Sac
PHYSICIANS AND SUBGEONS.
MRS. P. M. WEBSTER, M. D.—OFFICE AND
residence. 1029 H street. Hours: 9to IX
a. m., 2to4p. m. Telephone 7b.
DR. F. D. TYRRELL (SUCCESSOR TO
Dr. G. G. Tyrrell). Offloe over Sacra
mento Bank, corner Fifth and J streets.
Hours—ll to 1, 2to 4 and 7toBp. m.
Residence, 1625 P street. Residence tele
A. G. BAILEY, M. D.-FORMERLY
Resident Surgeon Huron-street Hospital,
Cleveland. Recently associated with Dr.
George A. Hall, Chicago. 718 J street. 11
to 12 a. m., 2to 4 and 7toB p. m. Sun
days, 2 to 4 p. m. Telephone. Red, 171.
DR. D. L. McLEAN, M- D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Night and day calls at office, Second and
DR SIMMONS, SR.—HOURS 9 TO 10 A.
m., 2 to 3:30 p. m., and 7 to 8 p. m,
DR. SIMMONS, JR.,—Hours 11 to I£.
a. m., 4to 6 and 7:30 p. m. Telephone,
house, 128; office, 6T,
MARY M. CRONEMILLER. M. D.
507% J street. Telephone, 473.
Hours—B to 9a. tn.,l to 3 and 6to7p. m.
DR. FAY, 627^ J ST.-10 TO 12 A. M..2 TO
4,_7_tojj_p ;L m. . Res. 1729 Q. TeL_ 309.
DR. L. A. HARCOURT (SUCCESSOR TO
Dr. Gardner). Fifth and J sts. Hours:
oto 10, 1t03,7 to 8. Telephone, 377.
DR. W. O. GIRARDEY, DENTIST (FOR
merly with Dr. W. W. Light). Offloe and
residence, 922 Fifth street, next to Sac
ramento Bank, Sacramento.
DR. R- L. WAIT, DENTAL PARLORS,
7<il J street—Filling teeth a specialty.
Bridge work and artificial teeth in all
modern styles. Extraction of teeth ren
• 1 painless by the use of such anes
thetics as the case may require. Plates
repaired and old plates made over as
food as new. Reference given when re
iree. Office hours, 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. and
quested. Examination and consultation
7 to 8 evenings.
F F. TEBBETS.
914 Sixth street, between. I and J, west
side, opposite Congregational Church.
DR. A. J. THOMAS,
Successor to H. H. Pierson, 511^ J st.
Hours—9 to 5 :
E. J. WELDEN.
SOS J st. Office hours: 9a. m. to 5 p. m.
C H. STEPHENSON,
S. E. cor. Seventh and J sts., upstairs.
DR. W. A. ROOT,
814 X st., opposite Clunie Opera-house.
H W. RIVETT. THE ONLY PRACTI
caI carpet man in the steam carpet-beat
ing business in the city. Knows how the
work should be done, and does it accord
ingly. Southwest corner Twelfth and Q.
lelephone 202. Lowest rates. But