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DEPUTIES CAPTURED THE SALOON,
Bui They Had a Very Lively Time
Doing It.
Saloonkeeper Louis Koota and La-w
Cleric W. J. MeCurdy W«r«
Placed Under Arrest.
There was a lively scrimmage inside
thft Yosemite Saloon, Captain Stevens'
old place, on J street near Third, about
noon yesterday. The principal actors
in the affair were Louis Koch, the os
tensible proprietor of the saloon, and
"W. J. McCurdy, Lawyer Harlow's cleric
on the one side, and Deputy Sheriffs J.
J. Hinters and C. N. Thompson on the
other.
At one time it looked as if blood
might be spilled, but the only injuries
sustained were by McCurdy and Dtp
uty Thompson. Hinters belted Mc-
Curdy behind the ear, and some one
stepped on Thompson's fingers during
a scuffle on the floor to get possession
of the key to the door.
An attachment had been levied on the
stock of liquors in the saloon by Hall,
Luhrs & Co., purchased by one L. J.
Wells, and Sheriff Johnson had his dep
uties watching an opportunity for sev
eral days and nights to get inside and
take possession of the property under
the attachment. The saloon had been
closed in the meantime, and Wells was
out of the city. Koch had been run
ning the saloon, however, after Wells
left, and claimed to have a bill of sale
of the goods on hand.
Yesterday Hinters and Thompson
were near the entrance to the saloon
when Koch and McCurdy came along
and opened the door. Koch had been
there some time before, and when
Hinters suggested that he might as well
fet him go inside, Koch said he would
see about it. He went away and re
turned an hour or so later with Lawyer
MeCurdy. They had been "bracing up"
considerably, and apparently went into
the saloon more through a spirit of
bravado than for any other purpose.
However, when the door was opened
Hinters and Thompson also squeezed
through, and when once inside Hinters
declared his authority and read the at
tachment. Koch said he had a bill of
sale of the place, and Hinters replied
that if so he had nothing to fear. If
he could show a straight purchase of
the stuff in the saloon his interests were
safe enough, even under the attach
rrent.
McCurdy volunteered some legal ad
vice to Hinters, but the latter told him
to give any advice he had to spare to
his client, that he (Hinters) understood
his duty and wanted no interference
from the lawyer. McCurdy and Hinters
had more wrangling, and finally the
Deputy Sheriff gave the lawyer-clerk a
cixck behind the ear. Then Koch and
McCurdy made an effort to get outside
and lock the door on the Sheriffs dep
uties, but Thompson made a grab for
the key and got it.
Another scuffle then ensued during
which, the deputies say, Koch tried to
draw his pistol, but Hinters stood him
off by getting out his "gun." In the
meantime the police had been sent for,
and a mob of people were gathering
about the place. When the patrol
wagon arrived with Officer Talbot, Hm
aad Thompson had clapped a
pair of handcuffs on McCurdy's wrists, ]
but Koch had become alarmed, left the
saloon and started off toward Fourth
street.
ETinters wanted him, however, so ho j
and Talbot started after him. Koch j
turned into Fourth street and ran t< - i
ward X, but Talbot overhauled and I
grabbed him. Koch managed to get hi? !
partly out of his pocket and
made a desperate resistance, but Hin
oon cam*- up. and finally the fran
: • -„ ;«r was conquered and
disarmed.
Koch and McCurdy were both taken
City Jail, where the former wtis
••d with resisting officers in the
irge of their duty ami of carrying ;
Jed ■■ ■ m. lfc< 'urdy was
charged with resisting the officers.
\rti< 1«-^ of Incorporation .
Thf following articles of incorporation
have \<e(>n fil^d in the office of the Sec
retary
The F. W. Milk-r Company. Principal
place of business, Chico. Capital stock.
An Appeal
To Weak Men.
WE POSITIVELY GUAKANTKE IT TO
cure all forms of N>r\oui i\?b,lny, Bper
niatorrhea. Shra: I
Srt'ula<»fcs, Confu&ion of Ideiu. Languor. Dys
pepsia. Lame Back. ich-. ui..atism, Kidney and
r Complaint, ar.o the many ts ..
•uttin^ fr-iiu we ret habits in you;:
to maturc-r y«3.rs; we wish to nay U»ac ihc- m&r-
Teloiis invention.
Dr. Sanden's Electric Belt,
It an absolutely positive cure. It has cored
tiiouutntis liory y, ar after all known .
c.v.fi and other trfatrr>ent» have failed. The
tart is that I ■ NX, n, HAVE NOR
NEVEK WILL cure tbese troubles, as you well
kn. w if you are a sufferer and havt' trlfd them.
■ÜBCTHICtTY- which :* ner\.- n>rre—is the
clement mhich was drained from the «ystf!-.i.
and to cure iT MUST BS i. Wo
guarante* our Pmtmat Improv.-d Btoctric BM
penaerj- to U.\L.\i:(;K SHKUNKK .
DEVELOPED I >R0 *>N^. or no pay. We faith
fully promise to gm- avory b Aning
trittßtph In : ricfil science, and have
placed BM ■ the weans of every
■ufferer. A padM edition of Dr.
celebrated aMrtCM mttk, "Thr*-e CUts^-s of
Men," iHustrated, is sent free, sealed, by ma.L
mpon appli< all >n. Kwrf rwrac. middle-»i;> i
or old man saff.ir.Ti>,- i>i? sfl
should road it It will pi [at out an BAST,
SURE AND BPKBOT WAY TO REGAIN
STRENGTH AND EICALTH WUKN EVERY*
THING ELSE HA&TAELSD. Call or address
SAM)E\ ELK( !Il!< CO..
,«32 M--<et 6t.. San Fran< i*.-c. nffttttt Pnlaf*
Hotel. Office bourn, J> U, C, *s K uuig%, 7to b JO.
SACRAMEKTQ DAILY BECOBD-tTKIOK, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1895.
82.1,000, with P. W. Miller. Mary Miller,
J. W. Miller, Charles Miller and Alice
Miller of Chico as directors.
The Bay City Soda Water Company.
Principal place of business, San Fran
cisco. Capital stock, .SIOO,OOO with Ghas.
Watts, Wiliiam McGill. Edward Jones,
Casimer H. Schlucter and Martin Es
pinosa of San Francisco as directors.
The Coronado Beach Summer School.
Principal place of business, Coronado
Beach, with Daniel Cleveland, Mrs.
Emma V. Steams, Frederick R. Burn
ham and Frederick Baker of San Diego
and George E. Abbot, Mrs. Sarah B.
Stiles and Hugh J. Baldwin of Coronado
Beach as directors.
The Mount Tamalpias School Asso
ctatkm. Principal place of business,
San Francisco. Capital stock, $f.O,OUU.
with Arthur W. Foster, R. S. Alexander,
John F. Boyd, Thomas Wintringham, E.
W. Newhall, Sidney V. Smith and L. H.
Sweeny of San Rafael, J. R. McDonald
of Sacramento and James Palache of
Oakland as directors.
The Kg Woo Hin Society. Principal
place of business, San Francisco, with
Quon Hin, Aug Kung, Lee Jung, Wing
Fong and Lee Fook of San Francisco as
directors.
The Rucker Co-operative Uuion. Prin
cipal place of business, Rucker. Capi
tal stock, $30,000, with Joseph H.
Rucker, Z. P. Porter, J. Howard Carl,
John B. Taylor, J. W. Shepperd, George
E. Tice and N. O. Miller of Rucker as
directors.
The Orange and Walnut Growers'
Warehouse Company. Principal place
of business, Fullerton. Capital stock,
■'. with A. McDermont. Robert
Meares, I. H. Clever and Gardner Ross
of Fullerton, E. F. C. Klocke and H.
G. Wilshire of Los Angeles and Theo
dore Staley of Placinta as directors.
Levison Bros. Principal place of
business, Rocklin. Capital stock, JjCio,
with Jacob L. Levison, Isador
Levison, Hulda Levison, Emanuel
Haines and Henry Haines of Rocklin
as directors.
The Sullivan Estate Company. Prin
cfpai place of business. San Francisco.
Capital stock, $1,000,000, with Francis
J. Sullivan, Charles A. Sullivan, Ada E.
Sullivan, Belle S. Turner, Frances V.
Sullivan, Henrietta Sullivan, Georgia
B. Sullivan, Emmet V. Sullivan and
Mary Pigott of San Francisco as di
rectors.
The Globe Iron Works. Principal
place of business, Stockton. Capital
stock, $200,000, with E. F. Cadle, F. F
Cadle, C. W. Cadle, William Barker
and A. H. Ashley of Stockton as di
rectors.
DON'T MENTION IT.
Always Pleased to Help Out a Neigh
bor In Distress.
Our highly-esteemed contemporary
across the street will oblige this paper
very much if it will point out where
that alleged quotation, "poor devils of
market hunters" was obtained. Cer
tainly, we never saw it at any time
nor under any circumstances until it
appeared in the morning paper as a
full-fledged quotation.—Bee, December
19th.
Our over-esteemed contemporary
across the street will please pardon the
neglect to accomodate it earlier. If it
will examine an editorial in its issue of
August 2Uth it will find the birth of the
unwelcome offspring that it now seeks
to disown. Our contemporary then said:
"Parties of sportsmen can kill deer by
the hundreds, and no questions are
asked, but a poor devil of a hunter who
sells venison can be sent to jail, and so
can the man who buys it."
AH SIN SINNED.
And He May nave to Go to State's
Prison for It.
The case of Ah Sin, charged with
petty larceny, was continued in the Po
lice Court yesterday till Friday, he hav
ing pleaded not guilty and demanded a
jury.
Thereupon City Attorney Brown re
a the right to amend his complaint
and place a prior conviction against
him.
Sir. was convicted last Saturday of
stealing some rinjrs and other valuables
the .Mansion House, and was sen-
I to jail for six months. The
n1 charge la for stealing: a pair of
bowed spectacles from Mrs. Jane
Johnson, at the Mansion House. If he
ted and the prior oonvfetfon is
■ against him. he will have to serve
eral years in the State's Prison.
Rc-jil K-«tHt<-.
The following real estate transactions
have been recorded since our last re-
J.ichard ONVill i-. Mary M. Gagan—
Lots 1 and S, P and Q f Sixteenth {md
Seventeenth st:
iiia Sharp. Mary A. Tyler and
Clara B. Lord to Lizzie Dye—Five and
-n-hundredths acres in Swam])
Land Surveys Not T'.tr. and .V.m;.
Sa:' Sharp —One and fifty
hun.Jivdths acres in Swamp Land
Survey No. T'.'.'i.
hia Bharp and Mary A. Tyler to
Clar-' Sixty-fne and twenty
six-hundredtha acres lv Swamp Land
Survey No. 79a.
Bamlltoa and Col^man, trustees of J. j
N- ] the Sacramento Bank-
Swamp Land Survey X.
Alsip and Devlin to J. C. Johnson-
Lot I', block A of Subdivision B Oak
Park.
W. H. Hill to Mary E. Hill—Lot 1
block 8, Oak Park.
!rt Wililamsoß to C. B. Strong—
I I to s. V and \Y, Fifteenth and Six

W. Ft Strol g et ux. to C. B. Strong—
V V and W, Fifteenth and Six
'h streets.
Lotfl 2 to 7. V and
w> ' 3 -nth streets.
Superior Court Notes.
M: Thirty, by her attorney,
H. W. Johnson, has Bled in the Superior
Court of a motion to strike out
n parts of the complaint In the
suit in which sh.- is defendant and C. W.
Clarke plaintiff.
Judge Cattto has made an order
I If. H. Burke, as-
Bignee of the estate of W. A. F«vi. an
Insolvent debtor, to sell real estate.'
11. W. Johnson, attorney for Peter
rdian of the estates of John
and Frederii k K.s, linger, minors, has
leave to lease prop
erty of the
Judge CatUn has granted A. inner,
an Insolvent debtor, a release from hi<^
liabiliti' s.
Ju'; n h«a Xt for hearing on
January 3d the petition of the First
ttan Church for permission to sell
or mortgage the chvrch property.
Jud| : yt-st-rday pave judg
ror $483 90 m favor of Baker &
:ton and aarainst the Qlendale
Creamery Company.
Wonderful are the cures accom
pltotaed by Hood'l Parsaparilla and yet
it is only becaase Hood's Sarsaparilla.
tho one true Mood purifier, makes
: .eh. healthy blood.
Hoods Pills for the liver and bowels,
act easily. y«>t promptly and efficiently.
Tea garden drips makes delicious
candy. Ask your procer for it. Direc
tor making candy on every can.
Manufacture a by the Fac. Coast Syiup
Co^ Ban Francisco. *
SENSIBLE SUGGESTIONSFQRNEW YEAR PRESENTS
JACKETS AND CAPES 1 EIDERDOWN COMFORTABLES.
From our Cloak Department, from 35 to BEDSPREADS.
j 5« per cent less than former pries. mQ GLoyES
(FUR SCARFS AND BOAS. ! LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S HAND-'
I FEATHER BOAS AND COLLARETTES. KERCHIEFS.
i DRESS PATTERNS PURSES AND SHOPPING BAGS.
In the newest fabrics. LADIES' FAST BLACK HOSIERY.
'■ SILK WAIST PATTERNS. T hre e and six pair* in a box.
Six yards in a pattern. LAC g AND CHIFFON COLLARETTES.!
TABLE LINENS. F\NS—
Exquisite styles in Gauze, Lace and 0s-
BLANKETS. trkh Plumes.
There's not a stock in the store but offers something that's ;
; good, cheap and serviceable for those who buy sensible gifts.
— ..
MEETING NOTICES.
RED JACKET TRIBE. NO. 28, --«&>
imp'd O. R. M.—All members are -**jtg^
requested to assemble at the Wig- t^fvtT^,
-warn THIS (Tuesday) EVENING 3"*' -
at 8 o'clock, to receive the Great lncohon»e
aud other Great Chiefs.
It* W. G. BCHMEI3KR, Baohem.
WANTED.
WANTED-A TEAM TO WORK FOR FEED
_aml care^ Apply 1904 1 stieet. d3l-3t*_
INFORMATION WANTED — WILLIAM
Lee. who left Lodl Friday evening, Decem
ber 20tb, for Sacramento, may hear of
something to bis Interest by addressing
GEO. B. GUSHING, Lodi, CaL d3l-4t
WANTED-TO PURCHASE, A THOROUGH
bred Irish setter; female. Address M. M.,
tiua office, d3l-3t
WANTED—TWO HONEST. ENER
i^c'tic men of good address. Salary paid.
Apply between 4:3u and 5 p. m., 100 l J
street. d3O-3t
WANTED—TWO WAITRESSES AND
five girls or women for housework at
626 1 street. d2B-3t«
WANTED—LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
to loam barber trade; only eight weeks
required. SAN FRANCISCO BARBER
COLLEGE. Write for catalogue; 116
Eleventh street, San Francisco.
WANTED-ALL SECOND-HAND FUR
niture and carpets in town. Highest
prices paid at the I X L Furniture Store,
323 X street. P MILLER.
$50,000 TO LOAN, IN SUMS TO SUIT. AT
CURTIS, CARMICHAEL & BRAND'S,
Fourth and J.
RHEUB. CLARK'S FOOT.
Dr. Gardner Thinks a Portion of It
Can be Saved.
The report that earne from San Fran
cisco some days ago to the effect that
Rheuben H. Clark's foot that was shat
tered by a highwayman's bullet on
Christmas Day had all been amputated
was not correct. Dr. M. Gardner, who
attended him, was in the city yesterday
and he said that Clark objected so
strenuously to having the foot ampu
tated that the doctors concluded not to
remove all of the foot.
The portion amputated was that in
which the bones had been badly shat
tered, and it embraces a part of the in
step. At last accounts. Dr. Gardner
said, Clark was doing well, and they did
not believe another amputation would
be necessary. If not, Clark will not be
obliged to use crutches.
SHOCKINGLY BURNED.
| Painful Accident to a Boy Who Played
With Powder.
The nine-year-old son of Christopher
C Clifford, who resides about a mile
south of the city, came very near losing
his life on Sunday while fooling with a
can of gunpou-der.
Just what the boy was doing with the
powder at the moment it exploded is
not known, but somehow it became ig
nited and exploded in his face, burning
him in a shocking manner. His hands
were also very badly burned.
Assistant City Physician Ogden at
tended the little sufferer, and thinks the
boy's eyesight can be saved. The lat
ter's injuries are, however, of a very
painful nature, and ie is feared his face
will always be scarred.
—-«•
I^and Patents Signed.
Governor Budd has sigrned the follow
ing patents for sixteenth and thirty
sixth sections, aggregating 3.250 acres:
W. B. Ferguson, Pan Diego County.
120 acres; Emory L. Freeman, Cala
veras County, IGO acres; Robert P. Bar
ton, Amador County, 4uo acres; Abigail
B. "Whitsell, Tuolumne County, IG<|
acres; Henry Miller. Kern County. 1,920
acres; Juan H. Aniotzbihere, Monterey
County. .'{2o acres; Abram Cramer.
Mendodno County. 80 acres; Charles i
W. Greene, Monterey County. 120 acres.
lie has also signed patents for swamp
overflowed lands as follows:
J. B. Haggin, Kern County. S3.SI and
77.74 acres; John T. Pemberton, Tulare
County, 1(50 acres; Jasper Pemberton,
Tulare County, 40 acres.
Auction Sales.
At 10 a. m. to-day Bell & Co. will sell
at auction, at SO3 X street, the entire
outfit, consisting of bar fixtures, bar
rare, Jla.ll safe, tables, chairs,
-. j'lirtieres. lamps, etc.
At 1 :'.iu this afternoon they will sell,
at oL'l J street, the contents of a restau
rant, consisting of tables, chairs, re
frigerator, crockery, glassware, mirror,
!'i • oca range and fixtures complete, ta
! le linen, napkins, a fine coal stove and
a Theobald money safe.

Koblnson Was Held.
The examination of J. Robinson,
charged with burglary, was held in the
Police Court yesterday, A. L. Hart, his
attorney, and City Attorney Brown
d on a stipulation that the di
tionfl on file be introduced as testimony
in the case.
Mr. Hart then stated that his client
would offer no defense, and Robinson
was held to answer before the Superior
Court, with bail fixed at $1,000.
county Settlements*
The following- counties have settled
their first installment of taxes with the
State:
I.ms Angeles, $840,288 V.i; Del Norte,
|6,40! :»0; San Diego, $127,606 ;c. : M:i
r:n. $57,184 86; San M&teo, $85,111 !'.">;
Modoc, sis.l'hj ;i;: : Butter, $30,763 09;
Santa Barbara. $78,532 f.L'; Orange,
544.513 47; Solano. >v>>r.l (W.
+■
Bmtgned His Place.
B. F. Muller, who has been the Super
intendent of the First Baptist Church
Sunday-school, has tendered his resig
nation, t« take effect January sth. His
successor will, no doubt, be elected at
that time.
«.
No Christmas and New Tear's table
should be without a bottle of Dr. Sie
gert's Angostura Bitters, the world
renowned appetizer of exquisite flavor,
Beware of counterfeit*!
GENERAL NOTICES.
THE PLUSH BEADED CAPE WAB GIVEN
uway last night at Genshlea's cigar store, to
49. It
ALL KINDS OF WOOD, COAL, COKE,
Charcoal and Pitch Kindling always on
hand and for sale at the lowest cash
price. Orders solicited and promptly deliv
ered. JAMES McCAW, Proprietor, 516
and 51s L street.
IF THERE IS ANYBODY IN SACRA
mento or any other place that I have
cheated, robbed or defrauded out of the
value of anything please let me know.
Anybody having undue inlluence over my
children will please stop the same. I
am not responsible for other people's
mischief. HANS DREYER, Brighton,
December 2gth. d2t>-3t*
POUNDKEEPER'S SALE-I WILL
sell at public auction in front of Court
house, Seventh and I streets, December
olst, one bay horse, star on forehead,
white spot on nose, two white hind feet
and wart on neck; oae pinto horse, bald
lace; and two muley cows, one red and
White and other spotted red and white
with hip knocked down. W. D. COOKS
_li;y, Ponndkeeper. d2B-3f
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
annual meetitft; of tne stockholders of tlio
Gennanla Building aad Loan Association
of the city ol Sacramento, for the election of
thiee directors, uaid tor *ueh other ousinesa
as may be brought before it, will be h*>ld at
Smiths Hall, 1115 Seventh street, Sacra
mento City, on MONDAY, January 13
1896, at 10 a. in. '
w t n .v, J- **AHN. President.
H. J. Goethe, Secmtafjr. d27-td
DYEING AND CLEANSING VERY LOW
prices; shillful French workwoman; wet
and dry process. 3uS M_street.
J. S. PARKER, WOOD CARVING IN
all its branches, 906 Ninth street, oddo
_site_Plassa.
YOUR BOOTS AND SHOES ARTISTIC
iuIy illuminated by that first-class artist,
_TAILOR WALKER. 1008 Seventh st.
F<?R FINE TAILORING, J. H. HEIT
MAN, the tailor. I now make boys' and
youths' suits to measure from $10 to $16.
■J*j°_y_. atreet > corner Sixth, Sacramento.
CONRAD YOUNG* OFFERS DURING |
December, with each dozen cibinets at !
*4 a dozen, one large elegant 14x17 por- !
trait, almost life-size. Don't miss this !
rare chance. Call and sse specimens at
Btudio, 4>!l J.
T ~E W" 81 BORAX SOAP, $1 BOX;
Royal Savon, 80c box; fine teas, soc tb; !
choice coffee. 35c; 3 lbs for $1; fine East- !
crn nams, 13c lb; maple syrup, $1 gallon j
can, worth $1 50; choice butter, 50c roll
cottolene, 25c can; fine raisins, 35c box!
?« 1 o^ LV. & SO2s- at their new store,
010 J street.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS-SEE THE
pretty celluloid frames, all styles; also
new line ol pictures and goods for Dies- i
ents. All at lowest prices, Picture frames
made to order. SCHWAMB'S. 804 J
Stl tiGt.
DOLLS! DOLLS! DOLLS! AT THE '
lowest price; also, new line of Catholic I
goods. ADAM HAUBOLD, 1122 J
W. B. DEVIN HAS REMOVED HIS
M-' r.?;J\ n, d Board Stable lrom X to the
CENTRAL STABLES, lu2l J- finest
_rigs; best of care for hoi
w;m 1j;-oui,nx' tonsorial parlor.
All first-class work. Ladies' and chil
dren's hiurcutting. loos Seventh street
J and K.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CAFE ROYAL
changes hands. Fourth and Markft ;
streets. HORNLEIN BROS., hotel men
ot fcacramento, have purchased the
same. Overcoats and package* for
transient visitors_checked free of charge.
THE FAMOUS LITTLE LUNCH-HOT
_ and coM; Sand lo cents^ 3ly X street.
LEAVE CATERERS' ORDERS FOR
weddings and receptions with decora
tions and Christmas dinners at 1^23 Sev
enth street.
MONEY TO LOAN. H. J. GOETHE, 1011
Fourth street,
RAG CARPET FACTORY AT 1214
Eighth Ft. MRS. JOHNSON, Prop'tress.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
security. CHARLES COOLEY, 1013
Fourth street. ___^
THE GRANGERS' MEAT AND PRO
duoc Market, northeast corner Tenth
and Q streets. GEORGE LLEWELLYN
proprietor.—Dealer in Beef, Mutton, i
Lcmb, Pork, Ham. Sausages, Poultry !
and Game: also. Fruit and Vegetables of
aU kinds in their season, at lowest mar- :
ke> prices. I'ure Kettle-rendered Lard a
:; 1 Lialty. Telephone 52 (main).
NOVELS AND BOUND BOOKS Boucrht
sold and exchanged at reduced prices'
725 X street.
L I S T E RS SPKTIAL DELIVERY:
trunks. 2."c; stand. Kollikers drug store.
Sixth and J: leave orders. THOMAS E
LISTER. Telephone ;',Se.
A GOOD SET OF TEETH FOR $6;
filling 60c and upward; from one-third
oe-hall saved; all work guaranteed
DR. O. W. NEWSOM, Dental Parlors
1120 I street.
JAPANESE INFORMATION AGENCY,
M. Sixth street, Sacramento. Farm
bands, genc.al help furnished, and con
tracts executed.
CSSBPOOL& VAULTS AND CHIMNEYS
cleaned; :io dirt; lowest prices. W. M
SLAUGHTER, 317 X and 321 M street.
JOHN D. SHEARER, ARTIFICIAL Stone
walks and concrete foundations. 1818
N street.
BOARD MUD LODGING.
PRIVATE BOARD, $3 50 PER WEEK;
also rooms nice and cosy, with fire;
furniture new. 723 L street. .
OPPOSITE CAPITOL — RALSTON,
board, with or without room. 1324 Tenth
street.
AI.E TOU LOOKING FOR A HOMELIKE
place to ioiird and ron:n? (in to the j
"MODEL.' .»outuwest corner Eighth and H. ;
MUSIC AND AST.
MISS L!DA I. CLINCH, TEACHER OF
vocal music; residence, 1116 Seventh st.
MRS. CARRIE E. TURRELL, TEACHER
of piano. Residence. 1023 I street.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by F. BLUDGETT; reliable and i
prompt. Orders left at POMMJER S,
MUMb and J, as residanea, 1»1» X.
TO LET OR BENT. |
FOR RENT—THE -\£\V r AND MODERN
boon of Vv. r.cake. UO3 0 street; 10
rooms ana every convenience. luqiiiroat'
premises. - _.
\TO LET-TWO SIN'ULE FURNISHED j
I sunny rooms; bath; gentlemen. 719 L,
! 92:5 M STREET TO LET—HOUSE OF 8 j
rooms with t«attx and all motlera improve
ments. Inquire at 987 M ttoeet.
! NICELY FURNISHED HOUSEKEKPINQ j
room*, -with bathroom; no small <-nildren. I
M street. aO7-st*
,-
DWELLING OF FIVE ROOMS, V BTREET. !
betweon Twenty-fourth and iuenty-JK'th to j
let. Good yard suitable for chicken raising. '
Inquire of H. J. GOETHE, 1011 Fourth !
street. _7-5t
TO LET—A COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS. !
_Apply 523 M street.
I TO LKT—HOUSE OF SEVEN ROOMS, HOT '
j and colJ v.iitrr; location. SeveuioeiUb, I
j and J. Apply 1 101 J street.
I TO-LET—THAT MODERN FLAT, I
meat, large yard bat] • ■ < ■ . . . \
■tree*. Key at C. X ADAMS', llvjb J street, j
TO LET—EIGHTY ACRES, IMPROVED,
three miles north u£ Orangevale. 211 I
X -in ci.
GLEEMAN HOUSE, THIRD AND J- }
Lately cleaned and renovated. Lodg- >.
ings. 25 cents and up. Private entrance, !
227% j street.
LOWER FLAT OF FIYK ROOMS, PAN- j
try, bath; modern Improvements. Rent
_tv desirable people, if 10. 1021 Tenth at.
JUST FINiSHKL- -A MOW BIX-ROOM
cottage; hut and cold water, bath, pan
try and patent closet; stationary wash
stand, inquire at 2115 M street.
TO LET-HOUSE CONTAINING EIGHT
rooms and Uith; ail modern improve
ments. 1305 L street, opposite Capitol
Park; rent, $40.
PASTURAGE - THREE HUNDRED
acres or alialla to rent, or will take
stock on pasture. Address LOUIS WIN- 1
TERS, Clarksburg.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM AT FOR
estera' building, 1 street, Seventh and j
i-iohth.
NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS
to let: (512% X street. Apply at SACRA
_ MBNTO OYSTER MAKKKT.
1704 Va 1 STREET-UPPER FLAT OF SIX
rooms; rent, $21. 1
|20—UPPJaJR FLAT, 1112 X ST. H. J. |
UOBTHE, lull Fourth street.
FOUR OR SIX FURNISHED ROOMS- j
Suitable for housekeep.ng. Apply south
east earner Ninth and D streets.
TO LET-FARMS AND GRAZING
lands cheap. Apply to Dr. CAPLES,
Elk Grove.
1108 FOURTH STREET- NICELY FUR- i
nished rooms, $1 and upward; albo, nice i
front suite*. Mag. W. A. casu'ELL.
506 X STREET—NICE AND N'EWLV
_ furnished rooms; rent reasonably.
THE DAVIS BUILDING IS NOW Ready I
with titty rooms, handsomely furnished. ;
Everything is new, ctean and high clas3.
None but respectable persons admitted.
JOHN F. DAVIS, Manager. 411 X street.
FOB SALE.
FOR SALE—A LJRAND NEW VTAVER-
Iy bicycle just from factory. Has not
been ridden, will sell at a bargain. In
quire at this ol
DAIRX FARM, EIGHT MILE 3 FROM
Sacramento: 85 acres in alialia; good build
ings. Apply to CAUL BTBQBJCL, Ul7 J st.
FOR SALE—COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOM 3,
high basement aiid extra high lot 4O\l»3O; I
in splendlu location on o street; will be sold
in trie next nfteeu days lor less than the iot I
la worth. K. L. HAWK, 101* Fourth i
jstree^ d25-lw ,
A FEW MORE OF THOSE LOTS IN
the Leitch tract left. 40x100, $125.
JAMES E. MILLS. d24-t)t
FOR SALE-NEY/ HOUSE AND TWO I
lots, fenced and set to trees; a bargain;
in Oak Grove Tract. CURTIS, CARMI
CHAEL & BRAND. Fourth and J.
FOR SALE—LOTS IN OAK GROVE
Tract on the installment plan; only a j
few left. CURTIS. CARMICHAEL & ;
BRAND, Fourth and J.
80X100, TWELFTH, R AND S-MAKri |
an offer, lnquiie H. J. GOETHE. 1011 !
Fourth street.
(550. LOT 40X80, SIX BLOCKS FROM !
shops. Inquire H. J. GOETHE, lv>U i
Fourth street.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR City I
property—One of the finest homesteads I
in this county, consisting of 80 j
situate on the Upper Stockton road, 3 ,
miles from city. Come and ?ee it 1
GEORGE E. DUDEN, on the premises,
or CHARLES COOLEY, 1613 Fourth st.
A LODGING-HOUSE OF 17 ROOMS, DO
iny a good transient business; best loca
tion in the city; good reasons for selling. |
Call at this otiiee for j^articuiars.
GOOD PAYING LODGING-HOUSE OF |
23 room 3; great bargain. Apply 122 X st. j
GROCERIES.
NEW SALMON, 3 CANS FOR 25 CENTS;
4 cans oysters, 25c; mountain butter, 20c
pound roll; very line butter, 45c; crack
ers, 4."» c box; new raisins, 0 lbs for 26e;
seedless raisins, 6 Fbs for 2">c; fine
cleaned currants, 10c packet; dried
peai bes, prunes and apricots, 5c Ib; am
monia, pints, oc: quarts. 10c; sardines in
oil, mustard or tomato sauce. sc; line po
tatoes, Hurbanks, 50c sack; 12 bars soap,
25c; li bars borax soap, 25c; cor:; or gloss
starch, 4 for 25c; macaroni, vermicelli or
spaghetti, 40c box; Java and Mocha cof
f< c, S6c tt; U lbs for SI; good tea, 25c Tb;
the best tea, 50c; good lard, 35c S-lb tin;
(Cistern picnic hams, Si-ie 1b; shoulders,
Ti.c Ib; cornmeal, 200 sack; morning
meal and rolled oats, 4c 1b; tomato
catsup, sc. BJit'SLEY & SON, 518 J
street.
FINE WHITE BURBANK POTATOES,
B6c sack; line eggs. 2 doz for 45c; Cali
fornia eggs, 'Me, doz; beans, 16 lbs for 25c;
good cheese, 3 lbs for 25c; mountain but
ter, 20c 1b; mince meat, 3 lbs for 25c;
Chico mince meat, 2 1,.j-rb cans, X.c: 5-fb
pails mince meat. & r >c. BSESLEY &
SON, the up-to-date grocers, at their
new store, 518 J street.
SIMONS & SON, CASH GROCERS, SlB X
street, are up to the times, so the people '
say, "Come one, come all ye people" that '
wish to save money and have Quick serr- ■
ice. Try our tirkin butter, finest quality, I
22% c per ll>; fine Burbank potatoes,
per sack; best onions, 80c per sack; mac
aroni, 40c per box; 5-tb can of coffeo.
with cup and saucer, !>oc; D. ham, ."ic per
can; sardines, 5c per can; condensed
milk, 15c per can.
CAT L ON J. BELLMER, GROCER, 915
X street, oposite Turner Hall, where
you Will nnd everything in the line of
cheap and fresh groceries, raisins, cur
rants, cranberries, etc. Try a square
Freeman's butter^
IF YOU WANT TO GET YOUR Moneys
worth, buy your groceries, hay and leed
at WINGARD'S. Twenty-fifth and O sts.
DRESS AND CLOAKHAXINGK 1
DRESSMAKING—HOLIDAY* DRESSES
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 , 01.trance on J. is. as usual, doing the I
1 ;\. st work at the lowest prices. Ladies, !
call and get prices. Perfect nt and most \
fashionable make. ,
, PHOTOGRAPHY.
CABINET PHOTOGRAPHS $1 PER
dczen; opposition is the life of trade. I
CaL at DEALS' GEM GALLERY, 027 J I
street, corner of Seventh, until further j
notici^ .
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN FIRST-CLAS9 j
photos at DEAN'S 719 X street, near
Fostomc* Call and examine our wor_
FEK3ONAL?.
THE UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. BEES
i tV SOX. can now be found al
re. Busir.cs> increased so f&?t
they oom. BIS J, near-
SEE MISS BCHUUEF.T ; L' L 1
LADIES -CHICHESTERS ENGLISH
Pennyroyal Pius diamond Brand) ar«
best. Safe, reliable. Take no other.
Send 4c stamp for particulars. "Helief
Ladies," in letter by return inaij. At
druggrists. GHICHESTER CHEMICA^
CQMi ANT la. Pa.
$1. WATCHES CLEANED. $1; WATCH
mainsprings, SI. AH woilt warranted.
419 X street, next to Metropolitan ihe«i
ttr. Cus go>id and silver.
BOOSBINLEHS.
BOOKBINDING IX ALL ITS
with good work and promptness. X W
BRUENiNQ, oiy J street, Sucramentg.
A.ZINES, PORTFOLIOS AND Peri
odu-ais bound in superior modern stylfj
at SILVIL'S .V- SCiiOiiNBACKLBK'S,
General Bookbinders. 403 J street.
SELECT SCHOOL.
HOWE'S ACADEMY-GRAiIiUK Grade,
high school and normal branches; elocu
tion, French and German are taught;
all branches taught at night school.
Information regardinp terms oi tuition.
etc.. will be cheerfully given at the Acad
emy building, corner Ninth and I streets.
BUSINESS CAJRDB.
CHAS. \V) i
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
\' \ ' Seventh street.
First-clasa wi . „dt prices-
SIMON STURM Kit,
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
Watches, Ciocfcs atul Jewelry repaired aua
warranted m moderate pneea. Ai>o, tiue
■too-of holiday goods. S(U X i-trect, Bac
ramento, CaL I'acitic Hotel Buiidjug.
PIONEER WOOD AND COAL CO.,
1205 Second street. Telephoi:'
Well seasoned willow and pinr, white
live oak. Coal of all kinds. Fail
nt and measure tTarptts
_ cicaii.'d. K. COTHiaN
SACRAMENTO FOUNDRY.
Front street, dforner of N.
WH. GUTENBERGER, Pfoprietpr.
Work lor sidewalks and buildings a
specialty. Gasoline and steam englr.es
to order on short notice. |
11. F. Root. Alex. Nf ilson. J. Driscoll.
ROOT. NEILSON >t CO.,
Union Foundry—'lron and Brass Found
ers and Machinists, Front street, be
tween N and O. Castiris- rs and Machin
.£ every description made to order.
CAPITAL IRON WORKS AND BRASS
FOUNDRY, IHO Ninth street.
WARREN F. DKEW, Proprietor.
(Successor to L. Rose). Al! kinds of ma
chinery bought and sold. Jobbing of
every description done_atjshorc notice.
FRANK WTCKWTRE
Manufacturer of Harness, Saddle?,
Whips, Kohes, Blankets, etc. Repairing
dom- neatly and with dispatch
.'517 X street, between Third and Fourth.
ATTOKNEYS-AT-LAW.
JAMES B. DEVINE,
CHARLES T. HUGHES.
Attorneys-at-Law.
Rooms 2 and i, - - - 420 J street.
A. L. HART.
Attorney-at-~ aw.
Office, Southwest cor. Fifth and J si -
Rooms 12, 13 and 14, Sutter Buildir. R
CHARLES F. GARDNER.
Attorney-at-I»aw.
Receiver U. S. Land Office, Sacramento.
Chauncey H. Dunn. S. Solon Holl.
HOLL & DUNN,
Lawyers,
Offices, 920 Fifth street, Sacramento.
Telephone No. 14.
WILLIAM A. GETT. JR..
Attorney-at-Law,
Sutter Buildinjr, southwest corner of
Fifth and J. Telephone No. 359.
Arthur M. Seymour. Clinton L. White.
Jop. W. Hughes.
W THITE. HUGHES & SEYMOUR.
Attorneys and Counselors-at-Law,
Rooms 7, 9. 11 and 18, 420 J street, Sac
lamento, California.
PHYSICIANS AND BT7BGEONS.
MRS. P. M. WEBSTER, M. D.—OFFICE AND
residence. 1089 11 street, tlourn: 9to 11
a. in., 2to4p. m. Telephone 76.
DR. F. D. TYRRELL (SUCCESSOR TO
Dr. G. G. Tyrrell). Office over Sacra
mento Bank, corner Fifth and J streets.
Hours—4l to 1, 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m
Residence, 1625 P street. Residence tele
phone, 572.
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 t p. m. Telephone, Red, 3^71.
DR. D. L. McLEAN, M. D.,
From Toronto,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Night and day calls at offloe, Second and
X streets.
DR SIMMONS. SR—HOURS 9 TO 10 A.
m., 2 to 3:30 p. m., and 7 to 8 p. Nx
DR. SIMMONS, JR.,-Hours 11 to 12.
a. m., 4to 5 and 7:HO p. m. Telephone,
house, 128; office. 67.
MARY' M. CRONEMILLER, M. D..
507^i J street. Telephone, 478.
Hours—B to 9a. m.,1 to 3 and 6toTp. m.
DR. FAY, 827^ J ST.—lO TO 12 A. M..2 TO
<, 7toB p. m. . Res. 1729 Q. Tel. 3W.
DR. L. A. HARCOURT (SUCCESSOR TO
Dr. Gardner), Fifth and J sta. Hours:
9to 10, 1t03,7 to 8. Telephone, 377.
DENTISTRY.
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
7ul J street— Filling teeth a specialty.
Bridge work and artificial teeih in all
ic.odern styles. Extraction of teetli re;i
oered painless by the use of such anes
thetics as the case may require. Plati
repaired and old plates made over
food as new. Reference given when r, -
tree. Office hours, 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. and
quested. Examination and consultation
7 tc 8 evenings.
F F. TEBBETS,
DENTIST.
9J.4 Sixth street, between I and J, west
side, opposite Congregational Church.
DR. A. J. THOMAS,
DENTIST
Successor to H. H. Pierson, 511^ J st_
Hours—9 to 5.
E5. J. WELDEN,
DENTIST
608 J st. Office hours: 9a. m. to 5 p. m.
C. H. STEPHEN-SOX.
DEXTI ST
S. E. cor. Seventh and J sts., upstairs.
DR. W. A. ROOT.
DENTIST
814 X St., ojfposite Clunle Opera-house.
CAEPET CLEANING.
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 O.
Telephone 202. Lowest rates. Beit
work.
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