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SECOND-STREET EXTENSION MATTER.
Ordinance Closing It Indefinitely Post
poned.
Tho Tenth-Street Matter Also Laid
Over—Trustees Refuse to Pay
the Mayor's Experts.
The Board of City Trustees met in
"weekly session last night, Trustees
Lowion, Wachhorst, Kent, Davis,
Bragg, Devine, Tozer, Leonard and
t'ennish being present.
The following messages from the
ilr.yor were read:
To the Board of Trustees: Upon in
vestigation, I have ascertained that
your board has not as yet taken any
•steps toward advertising for contracts
for supplies, such as meats, bread, gro
ceries, hardware, oil, etc., although the
contracts now in force will expire on or
before the Ist of January, 1896.
New contracts should always be let
before the old ones expire, because, if
this is not done, the contractors have it
in their power to charge what prices
they please Cor supplies and goods fur
nished after the expiration of their c on
tracts.
It is evident that much confusion
arises concerning these contracts be
cause they are not let for the fiscal year.
Jn my judgment, if all the contracts
Vv-ere made for the fiscal year, it would
1 a very easy matter for your board to
advertise about the Ist of December for
proposals for contracts for the follow
ing year. This would give y..>u ample
time to let the contracts, and, also, in
■whicl' to have the contracts prepared
end executed and bonds furnished, so
that the contractor could commence to
furnish supplies by the first of the fiscal
year. Respectfully submitted,
B. U. STEINMAN, Mayor.
To the Board of Trustees: I hereby
notify your honorable body that 1 have
this day appointed M. R. Beard and
J.'!,n V. Powers as experts for the pur
cperting the books of the city
officials and of the different depart
: the fiscal year of 1895. Re
: , ctfully submitt- d,
B. V. STEINMAN, Mayor.
COMMITTEE REPORTS.
Tozer reported that the Sunset Tele
phone Company was still willing that
the board should accept their offer of
phones at $2 a month for December.
He also reported that he had seen Mr.
I; ss, Mr. Clarken's partner, and had
I>> en told that the compilation of the or
dinances was nearly finished, and that
it could soon be printed.
Kent reported that the rail in front of
the City Cemetery was rotten and worn
out, and as horses were tied to it he
2ij.iY.-il that it be replaced. It was so
or d :
Devine said that the floor of the Cem-
Chapel was rotten and ;
were likely to fall through. The matter
referred to the Cemetery Commit-
IXI > EF IXITELY POSTPONED.
A. L. Hart appeared for the railroad
Company and Btated that he had come
to ask that the ordinance proposed by
it last week for the closing of the Sec
ond-street extension be indefinitely
)>< stponed.
lest was complied with by the
ird.
(Tozer in the chair.)
MISCELLAXK' >US.
A Mr. Clark appeared and stated to
the board that Mr. Chamberlain had
ordered to construct a walk at
Seventeenth and X and also on
3" street, betw en Twentieth and '.
t\-!irst. There was a great deal of
to by moved, and he would like an
asion of time for three months in
snake arrangements to dispose
it to a<l\.
iiie opposed the exten
and \h<- former said that he would
t<l for it.
Mr. (Mark said he would report the
i r to Mr. Chamberlain.
EL K. Alsip stated t" the board that
1!-- had neglected to all"W
tor a mortgage in t«v liailey pr
at Fourth and X streets, in assessing
it. The m Is held by th
[University and by the decision of the
at. it being State prop
erty, is not ble. Allowance
should I'" made for it. however, in as
t the prop* •>•, and he asked that
tli'- mortgage be placed on I
ment roll, in order that allowance may
be made for it.
The matter was referred to the Cor
poration Counsel.
The bill of w. H. Devlin as Notary
Public for •">•"», ;"■•!• !• es in ackn< ■
ing deeds from the city. v.
to the City Attorney, aa Leonard did
not think Mr. Devlin could di
ich charges against
i a me time.
Dcvi to the bill of G. W.
iiitary work during the
month i tnber, saying that it
would be well to wait till Mr. I
suit against the city is determined.
The resolution passed by the board
i ■ . 0 xrer to
lutions against cholera was
read, and as it author] bill, k
v. as aHi we .1.
The bills of the two daily papers were
1 I red tO the V\.
rant of their being higher than ir.
the ;
l that both papers had
notified the board some months
that hereafter they would charge the
city the game price they chi
tinue r that
. .
refuse to pay them.
The Pou ted con
dii Ine saying that
paid bo well thai he had
if the
t -
A petition from residents on
Twenty-fifth and Twenty
. that an i _hl be
.led.
ton arid Tozer said that a light
.: Tw.-nty
. . >uld be put
.
m the
P. Allis Company, sayii ■ I
the new pump would be sent on a
issible and advising I
to remove the | mnp unl
. y that ti.
ly.
Lawton Bald that wa.« already <!••-
I upon, but ti. uoo for the
pump should be ;. .-• the
Baking Powder.
Strongest of all pure cream of tartar baking powders.
Sts tke Ittßt L\ 6. Joit. Rcpett.
SACTRAMENTO DAILY BECOB^CETO:N\ TTEST)AY, DECEMBER 31, 1895.
river rises and the sipage water inter
feres with it.
Leonard said that the surveys were
not yet finished, by which the city-'s
ground could be defined.
Leonard said that a lot in the Ceme
tery had been deeded to Sehaeffer &
Schweitzer, but their initials had not
been recorded and they asked that their j
initials be placed In the deed and re
corded.
The Clerk was instructed to change
the record to correspond with the re
quest.
HERR RETAINED.
Devine moved that the Board of
Health be directed to dismiss Insj- ct r
Herr, as his services are no longer
needed.
Pennish said fhat the board had voted
several hundred dollars to the Pound
master, a matter that did not concern
the public health, Mr. Herr had bene
fited the city by his persistence in j
making many people abate various
nuisances. He believed that the office I
was a benefit to the sanitation of the j
city and should be considered.
Devine and Leonard thought there i
was no necessity for Mr. Heir's work, |
as the Plumbing Inspector could do all j
the work.
The motion was lost; Devine; Leonard
and Kent voting aye.
OTHER MATTERS.
A request for an electric light at Thir
teenth and R was referred to the Street
Committee.
The petition of Knowles & Rider for j
license to keep saloon at 728 X street I
was referred to the Chief of Police.
Y-STREET PUMP.
Bids were opened for operating the \
Y-street pump and were as follows: !
J. B. McCoy. $3,650 for six months and j
$5,693 for one year; Warren F. Drew,
for one year $6,700; W. J. Hall, $3,420
for six months and $5,496 for one year;
W. 11. Campbell, $3,675 for six months,
or $5,673 for one year.
Hall's bid being the lowest, the con
tract for one year was awarded to him.
ALLEYS AND SIDEWALKS.
A resolution for grading the a!l<-y be
tween X and L, Front and Second
streets, was called up.
Tozer said that when the matter was
first brought up. it was the idea that j
the cobbles from X street, between
Front and Second, should be used in
paving the alley, when that street was !
torn up.
The resolution ordering the work was
adopted, however, Tozer voting "no."
A resolution to improve the alley be
tween Q and R, Eighteenth and Nine
teenth, was also passed.
City Surveyor Mulleny recommended
that the owner of lot 6, X and J. Fifth
and Sixth, be allowed to repair hia ce
ment sidewalk, and the recommnda
tion was adopted.
APPOINTMENT CONFIRMED.
The appointment of E. Filand, as spe- ;
cial policeman for the southwestern |
part of the city, was confirmed by a
vote of 7.
TENTH STREET.
Devine moved that the matter of ac
:.g the macadam work on Tenth
street be laid over till next Monday
night, but the motion was lost, Wach
horst being sick and having been ex
cused, however, the matter went over.
MESSAGES CONSIDERED.
The message of the Mayor regarding
the advertising for contracts was taken
up, and the Clerk was instructed to ad
vertise for supplies in the various de
partments.
On motion of Kent, the photograph
ing of prisoners for the rogues' gallery
added to the list, and, on motion of
Pennish, the covers of manholes were
also added, it being decided that Hat
covers be used.
In relation to the appointment of
Beara and Powers as experts, Kent of
a resolution that the gentlemen
be notified that the board would
not recognize their appointment, the
fiscal year not having expired, and also
that the board would not audit their
bills.
It b^ing asked how long it would take
to expert the books, Kent sail that It
generally took thirty or forty day
he had b( >-:\ Informend by an expert
ii could be done in ten days, but
they had to put in their time in order to
make a show of earning $250 or
ORDIN A NCES DEFERRED.
The proposed ordinance for the
pointment of an additional polio
as a detective was read and d<
a week.
ipe ordinance was also
deferred, and the board adjourned.
WATCH MEETING.
One "Will be Held l>v the lsnpti-t
Churches Tuesday Right.
A watch meeting will be held at the
First i'.aptist Church to-morro\pweven
ing by the Young People's rnlnn, in
which the uni"!i> Mf both the Calvary
and Emmanuel Baptist Churches have
Invited to participate.
The sei \ Ices will * at {>
o'clock, the first hour to be devoted to
"prayi r «ond to
"Ways of Working Among the Young."
bird and last to ' i tion,"
the la minutes '"-ing led by the
■. Rev. A. i'-. Banks. He will also
. few remarks after the usl
the new year. ''.<'">. Everyone is cor
dially Invited.
♦ —
L-.FT HIS HOME.
.John 1-. Anderson's Parents Anxious
About Him.
The "Record-Union*' has received the
following with a request for Its publi
cation:
Eda !:••■ ird-Union": We are anx
ious to hear from our son, John L. An
: i his home on
; •.. in. V both over 7<>
year I eble and unal ' I i work.
x<< his w hereabouts
will be thankfully reo Ived by us.
AND MRS. T ■ ,;■-< >.\\
Franklii mty, CaL
(tight lino His Ilaiiii.
Iph Gustin, 0 ' m burglar
■v Judge Hlnkson's
court, ' ' ■
I no* liiiv
utting ii- ordi r i<< make him
self ii.-eful In the Folsom Prison quar
n ad ;t at that
i ommlssloner «■: Deeda.
Governor Bu A. \
lulu.
An :'t for x« w V .ii's la ■
Hne perfume ai Green's
drug i I ' ■ - '
v ■ mam -
.' w Tear's l >ay. *
BOOK OP MORMON.
Claims Mad© for It in Tills City on
Sunday.
At the meeting of the congregation of
the Church of Latter-Day Saints on
Sunday afternoon the subject was j
treated under the heads: What is the
book? Whence came it? and proofs of
its authenticity and divinity. Under
the first of these topics it was main
tained that the book contains the
Gospel in its fullness and simplicity,
and that it is not used by the Latter
day saints to displace the Bible, but to
strengthen and confirm the doctrines
taught by it.
The speaker went on to say that the
Book of Mormon resembles the Bible
also in presenting the predictions of
God through his inspired servants and
in giving an account of the history of
th- people from whom it came. It is,
in short, a history of ancient America,
or of a colony of people who left Jeru
j salem by command of God in the sec
ond year of the reign of King Zede
; kiah. Of this people the American In
j dians are descendants. It contains the?
! Gospel as it was given to this people by
i the Messiah, who appeared to them,
and the prophecies of his inspired serv
ants who lived on this continent.
These were recorded upon the metallic
plates by the ancients, hidden up in the
earth by the last faithful survivor of
that race, and in the last days were re
vealed to man and translated by the
power of God, and now bear the name
Book of Mormon after one of the writ
i ers.
Formerly it was alleged by unbeliev
ers that the book was taken from a
manuscript story written by Solomon
j Spaulding, which story was for many
- lost track of, but was lately dis
! covered among other writings in pos
sesion of S. S. Rice of Honolulu, and
now in possession of the Obeiiin Col
lege, Ohio. An exact transcript has.
been published to the world, and a care
ful comparison of the two shows that
there is no name nor incident common
to the two. The only resemblance is
that each purports to be the ancient his
tory of America.
The authenticity of the work is sub
i stantiated also by the existence of the
; Indian tribes scattered over the North
! and South American Continents and
some of the groups of the Pacific
j islands. It is further substantiated by
: the existence Of ruins of cities and tem
ples and other signs of civilization, all
of which have been discovered by ex
ploit is since they were accounted for in
the book first printed in the year 1823.
"In proof of its divinity," said the
speaker, "we offer these facts for con
sideration: (1) Its agreement with the
Bible in doctrine and prophecy. (-)
It fulfills Bible prophecy. (See Psalms
lxxxv.. 11; Ezekiah xxxviii., 16-20; Isa
liah xxix., 0-1."). (3) The fulfillment of
I its own prophecy. (4) The perfect
agreement within its own lids although
i written by a score of writers living in
as many centuries. Consider the fore
going facts. Could they exist if it wore
net divinely inspired when the two
folds of Christ were separated by half
the circumference of the earth?
"In addition to this we have the testl
j monies of eight witnesses who were
shown the plates by the translator,
and who testify to the world that they
saw the plates engraved with ancient
i writings. We have the additional tes
timony of three others who were shown
the plates by an angel of the Lord.
These three, though all departed from
the faith, yet remained firm to their
testimonies till death. The last sur
vivor, David Whitmer, died January,
ISBB, in Missouri, and on his death-bed
testified to his relatives that the work
j was of God."
. ,*.
Medical Partnership.
Dr. Haisrht and Dr. Watts have
! formed a partn< rship, and have
at 1008 Eighth street. Hours: 11 to 12
ia. m. and Ii to 4 and 7 to ■VS p. m. *
Off to the Ice Palace.
Just the thing to keep you warm—
Norfolk. New Brunswick full-fashioned
underwear, $3 a suit. You pay $3 50
; elsewhere. Phillips & Haub, Gents'
Furnishers, Gl»» J street. *
What Is Nicer.
What Is nicer than a box of fragrant
• Havana cigars for a holiday gift? Get
them at Genshlea's, 024 J street. *
Speaking of bargains, look at these:
i! holiday prices — Mandolins,
from $5; Symphonia Music-boxes, $'.'~r,
I Stratton Guitars and Banjos, from
>"i ."ii». Everything .n the musical line
cheap. Second-hand Pianos, from $7">.
j We are sole agenta for the Mathushek,
i Doll, Conover and Kranich and
! Ilach Pianos, cheap for cash, or install
ments. Neale, Bilers Co., t>3l J *
r standard tomatoes, 4 cans for
25c; a. i iragus tips, 15c a can; Capital
jams, 10c a can. A. C. S., Eighth and
SCDcts.
TEAS
EXTRA OUALITY.
With each pound is given a
Lovely Dish
Newest Shapes
Prettiest Decorations
100 Varieties to Choose From.
THEY ARE GEMS
SEE THEM.
Great American Importing Tea Co-s
<J!7 .1 STRVET. SACRAMXNTO.
HEADQUARTERS, 5a MARKET ST., S. F.
Wt ' ')■• ra'-- 1 00 Stores and Ag' ueies.
Write lor CaUalO^ues.
i)I! I>.
HOWARD In tbti city, December 29th,
Elijah r, iiUnband of Eliza I^. Howard, n
native ol Massachusetts :i_'el '. o ycara, 3
months and 4 days. (\lus>.-\ciiusetlB and
Now a >dtord pap ra pi
Fripnda aud uc ]ua»ntnnce.s ire respect
fully invited to attend the fun ral to-day
(Tuesday 1 ■ cemher 81st. at 'X ociock p. nu,
irom the andertaking parlor-^ »t w..1. Kav
fh. 513 I street, lw :. Klftli and Sixth. -
«\ n no.v— !n <> : ,k 1 ft-k. December 30tti. N.
8.. haaband o 8. I. Cannon land father of
George i.. Nettie •'. i<nd Willie Oa
Mrs. I. M. DavU, Mary ! . Blminoosof Rock
lin and T. I' CSannor <>t Aubm n. :i liiitive of
, u;i.i r> 1 yeans, l ii'.on;;i :u:d -d 7 days.
h .jiioiai notice hereafter.
l A.\- In Washington, Voio County, Decem
ber 2Uth, .lohn Andrew Kay, husband <■! the
lat> \ ■ od fa lier ■>; i-nnik .1..
a.. ■ ■■ orge v. and • !lihi les H. I 'ay and
Ms. .1. I>. i:..r:>. Mr-. A 'Xauder KOUI
M.~. Ein:.ii tlannon, >ir-. Frank l"od>
i ■ c la c .*•! i • John ; I
Dutlveol New York, aged 70 years, (New
; and >;»h KranciMK) pap
copy.
Friends ana acquaintances are respect
fully inv.:r\i to attend the funeral ttaU
d:i> •■ i'? y. \i... Irom the residence
of his son-in-faw, Praofe T<>dtiunier, Wasli*
lagton, Yol« County; tbenoa to the Cum -
dr:ii. nil be held at 3:30 p. m,
\rhen r..-iVy wassick, we tjave htT CSastorla.
Whea ska araa ■ Child, she cried for Castoria.
Wbsai siic Ik-i-aiue IDss, she etang to Castoria.
WLc-i. slic Lad Childrea, she gave them Castoria.
CHANGED DAILI XOB WEIITBTOCK, LUBIff * _?_§:_
JZj?=»ouT Stores Will Remain Open Th
Well-to-do
Men.
We could make quite a list of men in
Sacramento with incomes of thousands
of dollars a year who buy our ready
made clothing. It isn't because they
cannot afford to pay more for their
suits, but because they find in our gar
ments COMPLETE SATISFACTION.
What more can anyone want?
It is a significant fact that it is often
those with the smallest incomes who
have the most extravagant ideas about
their dress —where it should come from
and how much they should paj for it.
Suits for $10, -Slo and $I*o good
enough for any man.
Royal
Worcesters.
No Better
Made.
The Royal Worcester Corsets are sim
ply perfect in every respect, and the
number of persons wearing them is con
stantly increasing. We describe below
a few of the styles in most demand:
Our Royal Worcester at $1 50 is a
beautiful fitting cors< t of fast black
sateen, graceful in shape, easy and pli
long waisud. finished with black
silk stitching and edging.
Heavy Drab Jean Corset, long waisted
and easy fitting; made with double trout
(two "ii each Bide), 5 hooks, top
finished with silk embroidery. Price,
si.
"Extra" Long Black Sateen C
two side steels on each side, double
front steels — the front steel of 6 hooks,
i:i asurlng 14 inches long. Price, $] 75.
We also have the same long length in a
quality that we sell at $1.
Black Sateen Corsets, long waist,
with two side steels on each side, double
front steels, bust stitched with silk, fin
ished at top with neat trimming. Price,
$ 1.
Corset of Drab Jean, bust stitched in
silk, double front steels and "» hooks,
top finished with embroidery. Price
50c.
Royal Worcester Corsets in the quali
ties of $2, $3, $3 50, >r> and *G.
Challenge
Sewing
Machine,
$27 50.
In presenting this Machine we will
say that neither skill, money nor labor
have been spared In perfecting the best
and most complete machine before the
public. Its sewing qualities are perfect.
It is swift and as light running and
silent as any machine in the market.
Tts durability is beyond a question.
Furnished complete, with full set of at
tachments and with '-xtra bobbins,
needles, etc. Price, .^l'7 50.
GORBAM'S CELEBRATED TABLE WARE, iS ■«■ ™i mra
TeaspoonI*,1 *, in plate $2 23 per set
Tablespoons, in plate 4 50 psr set
Table Forks, in plate 4 5O per set
Sterling Silver Teaspoons 6 SO per set
Sterling Silver tolleespoons 4 OO per set
EMIL STEINMANN,
~THe Leading Gold and Silversmith,
612 .T siljl'.l'.i. HKTWKKN OIXTII AND SEVKXTH. 61g
"^K Having bought out
y^=^)T John Breuner's Rental
foi^yl Wheel and Repair Shop,
we are now prepared to
-^^^S^^^^&s^M accommodate the public
iin this line, having moved same to our new store,
609-On X street. W, H, ECKHARDT.
20 per Cent—DISCODNT—2O per Ceat
On our entire stock of Fancy Goods, con
sisting of Royal Worcester, Tiplitz, Hunga
rian and Bohemian Vases, Bisque Orna
ments and Statuary, Lamps, Cut Glass, Etc.,
Until January 1/96, Only,
When we begin our annual stock-taking.
Don't miss this chance for a New Year's Gift.

THE OLD, RELIABLE CROCKERY STORE,
SACRAMENTO GLASS AND CROCKERY CO.
GZ& ».l STREET.
1 ' » girls who use:
"WELL f-*. * 1 v >->. , /^y
- is^ SAPOL O
• WED "
„, , 77* ' are: quickly married.
]J^=»Try it in Your Next House Cleaning.<=^lJ
For the Holiday Trade.
J
We offer an extensive line of MIRRORSJ EASELS,
PICTURES and PICTURE FRAMES; also ARTISTS'
MATERIALS of all kinds, ENAMEL PAINTS, GOLD
PAINTS, METALICS and BRONZES.
W. P. FULLER & CO.,
1016 SECOND STREET.
AM ho U UAVIb, Furniture, Carpets.
' UPHOLSTERY GOODS, ETC.
Salesroom. 411 and 413 X Street* Wnreroonis, 403 to -107 Oak Aveuue.
is Evening and be Closed Tomorrow.
White
Slippers.
Were $2.
Are $1 45.
We have reduced our White Kid
Slippers, with White Satin Bows, from
si' to ."Si 4."). Perfect and desirable
'■ goods, and in nearly all sizes.
I
Women's Square or Round-Toe Shoes,
Black Kid, Patent .Leather Tops; all
sizes, $1 .">O.
/At *4pj£m»
Women's Cloth-Top Blaok Kid Shoes,
pointed toes, *-. Women's Kid Shoes,
new pointed toes or half square toos, s_\
Mack
intoshes.
Men's Cape Mackintoshes for rainy ]
weather, or, being air resisting, are (
suitable for dry cold weather. Prices, i
.'■ i 50, $7 .">o andslo. (
Hundreds of
Garments
sold in the Cloak Department last j i
week. No wonder. Prices were cut for :(
that annual sale as perhaps we never j
I cut them before for a similar occasion. (
a good many things still remain, In- i
I eluding some ot the *G 25 Plush Capes i
and ■<'< .".ii Jackets. (
Special I
Underwear.
a windov.ful of Women's High-Neck
Ribbed Cotton Vests, long sleeves. The
price is only 25c, but the value is a good
deal more.
Customers who have been calling in
vain for more of those Children's Fast
black Hibbed Hose (3 pairs for 5Uc) can
be suppli< 'I now, as another case has
been received.
Mohairs.
Mohairs are to be the things in Dress
Goods this coming spring. Every mer
chant will tell you that. Here are some
now. figured black, 'M inches wide, and
but 3iJc a yard.
Serges.
Black or Navy Ulue Storm Serge,
heavy wale, 48 inch s, and the best we
have ever shown at Tfjc a yard.
MIICELLIKEOirS
O
-0 6
6 SPECIAL OFFER. $
O Canvas-bound Day Books, (S
A long or bread fold, {oo pages X
V white paper, 25^ each. V
$ W. F. PURNELL.
JL Bookseller and Stationer, 6og J St. jl
6- O-O<K)HD<><H>CKK><)
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o o
S Mr'OKE OKDERIN''. g
o o
O Your BLANK BOOK., for the O
O new year see >ur
§ MILLER-MAGI I
§ PATENT BACK |
§ FLAT OPENING BOOK. §
O Tiiore i^ no other book O
O on the market which O
O O<m takr its ] 1] O
O Our <-'ock is slwayt O
O complete. O
111. S. CROCKER COMPANY. §
q BOS-210 .1 STREET.
O PRINTERS, BOOKMAKERS, O
§ STATIONERS §
OOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOCO
FOR A FEW DAYS
Uefore stock-taltlng -will sell lor cash:
o-foot Hardwood Hxtensioa Table.. s4 00
Kitchen Chairs 45
Bed Lounges 600
Oak Bedroom Set, with cheval bu
reau, 8 pieces iq 50
Pine Bedroom Sets, 8 pieces 15 00
CHAS. M. CAMPBELL, 409 K.
"WE DIDN'T DO A THINU"
TUESDAY BUT HEi.i.
CANDY.
Many thanks, frieivis, for your liberal
(Ihristmas patronage, an:l a
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
BjPIR.T O N.
Ali-Silklnitial Handkerchiefs, 25c
Ali-Silk Initial Ihtntlkeielnels, 50c
A nice Hue of ALL-SILK MUFFLERS from
«1 up.
AUu n nice line of FANCY EMiIRoIDL'ULi)
SUSPENDS!tvH iroin $1 up, at
Steam Laundry ad Shirt Factory,
C. H. KREBS & CO.,
626 O STREET,
Artiste' ]Vl£iteriala,
Bronzes cmd Gold F»aint,
—fou—
DECORATIVE PURPOSES.
BANKING HOUSES.
NATIONAL BANK OF D. 0. MILLS 4 CQL
6acraiueuto, CaL—Founded 1850.
DIRECTORS:
D. O. MILL 3. EDGAR MILLS.
S. PRFNTISR SMITH.
PRANK MILLER President
CHARLES P. DILLMAN ..Cashier
Capital and Surplus,
seoo.oqo.
SACRAMENTO BANK.
rn«B OLDKST SAVINGS BANK IN THB
L city, coruer Fifth aud J streets, Sacra
manta Guaranteed capital. $500,000: paid
ip capital, sold coin, $400,000. Reserve
'.iud, $51,000. Term and ordinary dopoalla,
13,417.002. Loans on real estate July 1,
1895. $3.05(;,5;i0. Term and ordinary de
posits recdlved. Dividends paid in January
and July. Money loaned upon real eoteta
only. Information furnished upon applies
uon to W. P. COLEMAN, President.
Ed. R. HAJjULTON^CasMer^
GMJFOBNU mTi BANK,
SACRAMENTO.
Does m General Banking Buaineig,
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS.
OFFIt'EKd:
FREDERICK COX President
JOSEPH STEFFBNS Vice-E'roiden*
W. E. (iKKBER Cashier
G E. BUKNHAM Assistant Cashier
DIKKCTOUS:
C W. Clart, Gkokgk C. Perktvs,
FKEi>EiacK Cox, Joseph BTKVfsk ■,
Pktkr Boa i.. Adolcu Hkilbron,
W. E. CiEKßEtt^
FARMERS' AND MECHANICS' SATI6S BASS
Sout'awest corner Fourtb and J
!strewt«, Sncraraouto, Cal.
Guaranteed Lupitui IioOO.OOO
Paid up Capital 150,000
T OANS MADE ON REAL ESTATE. IN-
Lj tereAt Piiid sotni-annually ou Term and
Ordinary Deposits.
B. V fSTEINMAN Preßldeut
EDWIN K. ALSIP Vice-President
D. D. WHITBECK Cashier
C. H. CUMMINGS Secretary
JAMES M. STEVENSON Surveyo*
DIKECTOIW:
B. U. Steinman, Edwin X Axsip,
C. H. COMMINOB, (iEOROB A. SMITH,
SOL. iIUNYON, JAMES McNABSK«,
J.is. M. Stkvenson^
PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK.
Saoramento, Cal.
Guaranteed capital $410,000
Paid up capital 22»,500
surplus 75.00 M
TNTEREST PAID SEMI-ANNUALLY ON
I_ term and ordinary deposits. Money loaned
on real estate only. Address all t'ommunica*
tions: People's Savings Bank, Sacramento.
WM. BECK MAN, President.
Gkorge W. Loresz. Secretary.
CROCKER-WOOLWORTH NATIONAL BAN%
Crocker Building* Market aud Post
Street^, San Francisco.
PAID UP CAiiTAL, $1,000,000. SUarIUS, $553,035.
DIKECTURS:
President WM. H. CKOCKER
Vice-lTesident W. E. BROWN
Cashier.... CJ. W. .'vljINK
CHARLES F. CROCKER...Hi' J. CKQCIKER
("} W. SCOTT E. B. POND
SEND THE WEEKLY UNION TO YOUB
friends in the i^ast.
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