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and two coupons Inside each '
tour onnce bag of Black- j W\ —
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of this celebrated tobacco ~ ,==^siii
and read the caupon—which
XK l T es o list of valuable pres- A .j, JiW ij;
ents and how to get them. !j | Ip f"b I
BUT IT HAS BEEN HOTTER.
Tlie Present Month Holds the Last Ten
Years' July Record.
Barwick Tells of the Hot Summer in
the San Joaquin Valley
in 1859.
The Weather Bureau report shows the
highest and lowest temperatures yes
terday to have been 104 and 72 degrees
<or the same exactly as the day before),
with light and variable winds mostly
trom the south, and partly cloudy
weather prevailing.
After dark the weather was much
cooler.
The barometrical readings at 5 a. m.
end 5 p. m. yesterday were 29.80 and
20.70 inches, respectively.
The highest and lowest temperatures
one year ago yesterday were 84 and 50
degrees, and one year ago to-day 84
end 58 degrees
The dry thermometer at 5 p. m. was
74 degrees, and the wet (sensible tem
perature) was 00 degrees, wind south,
r.me miles per hour, and weather clear.
The dry thermomter at 5 p. m. was
5t.U degrees, and the wet (sensible tem
perature) was 75 degrees, wind four
miles per hour, and weather clear.
The average temperature was 88 de
grees, and tne normal 73 degrees, show
ing yesterday to have been fifteen de
grees warmer than the normal tem
perature for July 10th. The tempera
ture at 5 p. m. was one degree .cooler
ti.an the day previous.
The temperatures cf yesterday and
the day before are as high as has ever
Occurred in Sacramento for July, except
in 1880, when 105 degrees was recorded.
Q'he highest temperatures are usually
recorded in August or the first two
dveeks of September.
July, 1891, was a scorcher, there be
ing twenty-three days with tempera
ture above 90 degrees, and eight of
I hose were 100 degrees and above. It
i-: very seldom that a hot spell ln July
Lists over from seven to eight and ten
days, but in July, IS9I, there was a
|gp_ of continuous hot days that lasted
sixteen days, but during that whole pe
riod the nights were cool, the lowest
temperature falling to a point ranging
ttom 50 to 09 degrees, while during the
1 r* sent ten days of heat the range of
st temperature has been from 57
i' 74 degrees, and the latter has oc-
T'ntil there is a change from the stag
. <i condition of the air in the interior
of this State, no relief will come to the
preeo—t depressing weather. As soon
as the air begins to get a motion, or
tn ,ye en it, and not till then, will there
he a breeze to cool our fevered brows.
We are not in it with the hot spell
in California during June and July,
2859, when horses had to he drenched
with sweet oil so they could swallow
water, and birds invaded the barrooms
end hunted up the water pitchers to
fiuench their parched throats. These
occurrences are said Bo have happened
in the lower end of the San Joaquin
Valley, while in Santa Barbara the
extreme heat killed birds, rabbits,
calves, etc. At least, that is the news
paper record of June, 1859.
TAX REDUCTIONS.
Five Applications Made to the Super
visors Yesterday.
The following applications were ma 36
to the Supervisors yesterday for reduc-
By Peter Noblet—From $23,000 to
$19,000 on lots 0 and 7, J, X, Ninth and
T< nth streets, and from $1,000 to $700
on improvements.
By Mary E. Mclntyre—From f7,500
to $G,500 on fifty acres east of the city.
Thomas McConnell—From $1,100 on
Lot's of
Fred Brown's
For crumps, colic, cholera morbus, dys
entery and all summer complaint*.
Sold everywhere. Made only by
FRED BROWN CO., PHILADELPHIA.
ninety-two acres on the Cosumnes
River to $1500, and from $3,025 on sixty
acres to $1,900.
By Martha E. Hicks—From $5,900 on
the south half of the east half of lot 1,
J, X, Eighth and Ninth streets, to $5,
--000, and from $3,000 to $1,800 on im
provements.
By S. Roth—From $3,000 on the im
provements on the west quarter of lot
7, I, J, Sixth and Seventh streets, to
£2,500, and from $1,800 to $1,300 on im
provements on the west half of lot 9,
X, L, Twelfth and Thirteenth streets.
Not J. R. Wheat.
The reference in the Police Court re
port yesterday to J. R. W T heat being
fined for assaulting his wife did a great
injustice to a very worthy citizen. It
was not J. R. but J. W. Wheat who fell
under the ban of Justice Davis. J. R.
Wheat is a different kind of man. .
Phaeton at Auction.
Two years ago a man named Chap
man left a phaeton at Grarmiller Bros.'
shop, on Ninth street, near J. As it was
never called for, it will be sold at auc
tion there to-day under the State law.
To be Heard Next Month.
The 3d of August has been fixed by
the Supreme Court for the hearing of
the McClatchy contempt case, appealed
from the judgment of Judge Catlln's
court.
FROM SIXTEEN TO TWENTY.
Girls Look Only on the Bright and
Pleasant Sides of Life.
A young- man addresses to Edward W.
Bok the query: "Why is it that in so
many cases, I might almost say the ma
jority of cases, a quiet, well-behaved,
earnest-minded, religious young man's
seriousness is ignored by so many girls
(between Hi and 20), and the company of
giddy, idle, senseless youths preferred?"
and in the July "Ladies' Home Journal"
reply is made. -Mr. Bok contends that
girls at that age take few things seri
ously, and are not given to looUng upon
the serious side of life; that only the
bright, pleasant side attracts them.
"It is only natural that to a girl of such
an age the young man of bright conver
sation, llippant and meaningless though
that talk may be, has an indefinable at
traction. She would far rather have it
I that he can dance well than that he
j can recite Emerson to her. It is the
I dancing time of her life, and not the
; Emersonian period. She is apt to no
tice a man's clothes more than his char
acter. She likes the man better who
pays her a pretty compliment than the
. one who says something serious. * * *
The young who pays her graceful at
tentions is pleasing to her; she does not
I seek to penetrate beyond the mere
[compliment And why should she?
; Young men are simply one form of her
! amusement; she does not take them any
: more seriously than she does anything
j else. The young man of presentable
appearance, who dres.es well and has
; a command of the small talk of society,
is her girlish Jack-in-the-box. The more
; attention he pays her, the more he flat
tors her, the better she is apt to like
: him.
The earnest young man who has am
i bition, who studies and learns, whose
talk is sensible rather than light, is a
bit tiresome to her. She may admire
his high purposes so far as she can
; grasp them. She may respect him.
r Hut if she is going to a party she does
not want his company. She passes him
; by for the other fellow who Is graceful
!in the dance. And is she to be blamed or
to be censured for this? Not a bit of
i it. While she is a girl she does as a
mitural, healthy girl should; she lives
! her years of enjoyment and gets as
much pleasure out of them as she can.
1 For this she is a girl. But if he will
! watch her after she counts her years
; with the figure two he will observe
that slowly but surely a process of
gradual development takes place in the
Mr! whom he believed to be without
thought or reason. And equally sure
will be his discovery that the companion
of her dances is not so eagerly welcomed
by her as once he was. He will then
gradually discover that the girl is not
I the light-minded butterfly that he
: thought her to be. She becomes inter
ested in other tilings; conversations
j which bored her a year or two earlier
now begin to have some meaning for
her. She begins to regard the internal
value of things. She looks at young
. men from a different standpoint. The
| young man who can simply dance well
; does not represent the same thing to
! her. She begins to look for something
i else In the young men who come to her.
| The woman has simply begun to de
velop; the girl is ceasing to be."
A Sop to Cerberus.
Grosbinet has a violent discussion
with a gentleman who has called him
withdraw that expression!" howled
"I'll call you to account for it."
Grosbinet (simmering down) —"Come,
now, you really must withdraw some
thing."
"All right," said the other, "I'll with-
And Grosbinet walked off as content
as you please.— Le Petit Liegeois.
A Baseball Critic.
"Spike" Brady, who was a well
kl-own baseball player in the Mississip
pi Valley a few years ago, once at
tended church in Dubuque, lowa, with
his club, which went on special invi
tation. The preacher made a special
effort that consumed much time.
"Spike" was asked what he thought of
the puncher. "He got round to third
all right, but, say. he was an ice wagon
in getting home," fie ball player an
swered.—Argonaut.
SACRAMENTO DAILY BECOBD-TTNION, SATTTffiDAY, JTJLT 11, 1896.
SHE HAD HIM ANCHORED.
His Wife Takes Steam Heasures to
Reprove His Laziness.
He was known to the community as
"Ole Man Scraggs," and was noted for
the amonut of work he did not do. The
village hotel was his favorite loafing
place, for the reason, perhaps, that it
was here that the man who lavishly
asks everybody to have a drink is most
encountered. His wife had expostulated
with him and tried to make him sign
the pledge, but without avail. He had
not even the virtue of Rip Van Winkle.
He would not go so far as to promise.
In a spot on the porch where the sun
filtered through some vines just
enough to make the temperature high
enough for comfortable slumber, he
was dozing the afternoon away with the
small of his back in the seat of his
chair. His pose was that of beatific in
dolence.
"Hello, Scraggs," said a drummer who
frequently visited the town, "have a
drink?"
He lunged forward from the chair
and stopped with a violent jerk. An
expression of dismay came over his
face. He tugged with all his might at
his right foot, but it did not budge.
"Help! Help!" he yelled. "Send for
the doctor. I'm paralyzed."
"What's the matter?" asked the
drummer. "Is your foot asleep?"
"That foot can't so to sleep," he an
swered, as he looked wildly around.
"It's made of wood. I've got a wooden
leg, but this is the first time in my life
it ever refused to walk when anybody
said liquor."
The landlord appeared at the door and
asked indignantly, "What's the matter
here? Somebody having delirium tre
mens?"
"I don't know," answered the drum
mer. "Whatever it is, it's something
serious. I just asked Scraggsy to come
in and have a drink and he can't get to
the barroom.
The landlord's countenance assumed a
broad grin. "Your wife was here about
twenty minutes ago," he remarked.
"What's she done? inquired Scraggs.
"Put a conjuring trick on me?"
"No. She looked you over, and took
a tenpenny nail out of her pocket and a
hatchet from under her arm. Til fix
him,' says she. 'He don't ever come
home, and I'll give him some excuse for
staying here all the time, as he seems
to like the place so well.' Just then a
customer called me inside, but I heard
her hammering away fcr dear life."
"By glory!" Scraggs ejaculated as he
got down on his available knee to in
spect the reluctant foot more closely.
"I'm spiked to the spot. She's gone
and drove a chunk of iron right through
one of the finest feet that ever came
out of the shop. It's a wicked piece of
vandalism, that's what it is. Go inside,
fellers, and don't wait for me. Leave
me out in the cold world, the victim of
a woman's perfidy" Then as a new
thought struck him, he explained:
"She didn't go down stairs, did she?"
"No."
"That's one comfcrt. She didn't
clinch it on the other side, anyhow. Go
on inside, leave me to work out my
own freedom. All I ask is that you'll
send me a chisel and a hammer, and
mebbe, in the course of time, if the in
vitation holds good, I'll drag my splin
tered remains in and drown some of
my sorrow in the flowing bowl."—De
troit Free, Press.
Solution to a Difficult Problem.
Two very cantankerous old ladies
were riding in an old-fashioned country
omnibus.
"Conductor, you really must open
these windows; I am being suffocated"
said old lady No. L
"Oh, conductor!" said old lady No.
2. "you really must close the windows;
the draught is killing me!"
"Well, ladies," said the conductor,
"tell me how I am to please both of
you."
"I will," said a gruff old man sitting
close by. "Open all the windows and
kill one, then close them all tight and
kill the other." —Comic Cuts.
Now Ready.
The eight-lap bicycle track which has
been under course of construction at
New Pavilion, Fifteenth and N streets,
for the past week, is completed. The
public is cordially invited to call and
see the riders training for the great
events which take place July 23d, 24th
and 25th. *
Summer Clearing Sale
Commences at the cheapest house in
Sacramento to-day, which is the Red
House. This means a general clean up
and clean out. Now is the time to buy
fine millinery. Read their big ad. *
Galvanized wash' boilers, $1 each;
tub, 50c; washboards, 15c each; cot
ton clotheslines, 40 feet, 8c; wire
clotheslines, 75 feet, 15c each; 3 dozen
clothespins for sc; Mrs. Pott's irons,
set of 5 pieces, $1 each. American
Cash Store, Eighth and K. *
Alex.Holmes.PhotoStudio. 1308 10th.*
CHURCH NOTICES.
IiMMANI.'EL BAPTIST ,')IUHCH, COE
iii:' Twenty-fifth and X streets—Rev. A.
J. Bturtevant, pastor. Preaching at 11
a. ni. and 7:.°10 p. m.
fmcbtkknth-stukkt pr b s tTy
terian Church—Rev. W. C. Sherman,
pastor, will preach morning end evening.
Sabbath-school at 12:15. ST. P. S. C. E. at
0:30 p. m.
BOCIETY OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE—
Regular Sunday service U o'clock a. m.,
Unity Hall. Foresters' Building, 1 street,
between Seventh and Eighth.
SIXTH-STBKET M E T H O D I S T
Church, X and L—Rev. M. D. Ruck will
preach at 10:45 on "The Triumph of
Christianity." and at 7:45 on "The Mod
ern PlaglM of Locusts." Class-meetings
at 0:30, 12:15 and (i:45. A cordial invi
tation to you. •
W ESTM 1 .N'STER PR E S BYTERIAN,
cornel' Sixth and L streets —Rev. R. m!
Stevenson, pastor. Subjects: 11 a. m —
•A House Built of Living Stones." 7:45
p. m.. "The Life." •
SEVEN TH-STEEKT M E. CHURCH
South, between J and X streets—Rev. T.
11. B. Anderson, D. 0., pastor. Service
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Subjects:
"Receiving the Spirit": evening: "Moral
Courage." Sunday-school 12:90 p. m.
League 6:30 p. m. Everybody Invited.
SI XT E E XTI 1-STR E l-m LUTH ERAN—W.
B. Hoskinson. tdolßng: Sermon and
Lord's Supper. Evening: "Be Happy."
BT CALLS EPISCOPAL CHURCH,
Eighth street, between I and .1 • Services
al ii a, m. and ::.'.<> p. m. Rev. Alfred
Todhunter of Alameda officiating. Sun
day-school at !»:45 a. m. Programme for
evening recital: <1> Offertoire ln A fiat
(Read); <;:> Offertoire in C minor (Ba
tiste); <2> Romance (Sampson and De-
Ula>, C Saint Saens.
THE CONG RE* IATIONAL CHUB ClfZ
The pastor will preach at 11 a. m. and
7:15 p. m. Morning theme: "The Light
of tbe World." Evening subject: "Christ
and Other Masters." Special music in
the evening. •
GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH,
Twelfth and X streets; Rev. c. f. Oeh
br. pastor. Services at 10:45 a. m. Sub
ject: "Sellg sind die Rarmherzigen."
This Is a church home for Germans. *
CENTRAL M. E. CIICRfH. ELEVENTH
street, between H and I—Rev. J. L. Tre
fren._ pastor. Preaching at 10:!.~, a. m.
and 7:45 p. m. Sunday-school 12:15 p. m.
EpworUl League meeting 6:90 p. m. Seats
CHRISTIAN CHURCH, NINTH AND i
(entrance Ninth str«et). J. E. Denton,
pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:45
I p. m. Sunday-school 10 a. m.
I m "Takes IbTcake:' |
r; You may have " money to p
r|j| burn/ but even so, you needn't j§
| throw it away* For JO cents you g
| get almost twice as much "Battle H
| Ax" as you do of other high grades lj
M for the same money* rl
1 7 ja
NO FREE ADS.
No free "want" ads. are taken in
THE RECORD - UNION. Births,
deaths and marriages also charged
for. NO PREMIUMS GIVEN. NO
CATCH-PENNY DEVICES. The pa
per is worth the money you pay for
it, although higher priced than most
others. Published Sundays also.
The class who have money to spend
; all take it. Rich and poor like it for
i its cleanly, healthy tone. Classified
ads. by the month, Wants, Pot Sale,
To Let, Personals, etc., 50c per line.
MEETING NOTICES.
MEMBERS OF GENERAL RELIEF COM
mittee, L O. O. F.—YrTu are requested to
meet at your hall on SUNDAY, July 12th,
at 11:30 o'clock, to attend the funeral of
Brother McFariand.
J. L. ROBINETTE, Chairman.
B. Shields, Secretary. lt«_
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Odd Fellows' Hail Association for the
election of Directors will be held at
their office, 1003 Fourth street, on July
15, 1896,
WILLIAM BECKMAN, President.
H. B. NiVlsen, Secretary. jy4-10t
DENTISTRY.
DR. R. L. WAIT'S OFFICE AND RES
706 J St., over Christianson & Co.'s mar
ket. Painless extraction of teeth by use
of a new anesthetic. Examination and
consultation free. Hours from 8:30 a. m
to 5 p. m„ and 7 U) 8 p. m.
DR. C. H. STEPHENSON DR. H. H.
STEPHENSON, Dentists, Soo>j X st,'
opposite Clunie Opera-house.
DR. W. J. TAYLOR,
DENTIST
718 J, over the Red House. Hours, 9 to 5.
F. F. TEBBETS,
DENTIST
914 Sixth street, between I and J, west
side, opposite Congregational Church.
DR. A. J. THOMAS,
DENTIST
Successor to H. H. Pierson, Gllt_ J st.
Hours—9 to 5.
DR. W. A. ROOT, |
DENTIST
Sl4 X st., opposite Clunie Opera-house.
MUSIC AND ART.
MIDSUMMER REDUCTION SALE OF
embroidered pieces; also stamped linens,
cushion tops, etc. School af Art Needle
Work. 1014 Eighth street.
STRAYED OR STOLEN—ONE SORREL
mare, weight 700 pounds; one dark brown
mare, weight 850 pounds, from pasture
C> miles from Sacramento on lower Stock
ton road. If found communicate with
George W. Heck, 1030 J street. Sacra
mento. je7-6td-ltw
LOST-FOUND.
AN OWNER WANTED FOR A BTCYCLE
—The owner must give number and
maker and pay charges; can take the
wheel. Inquire of R. C. MAY. jy!o-3t
STRAYED OR STOLEN—BLUE COL
ored Great Dane bitch. A liberal reward
will be paid for any information or re
turn of same to W. K. Lovdal, River
side road, or 018 J street. No questions
_asked. jylo-3t _
FOUND-ABOUT JULY 2d, HALF
breed St. Bernard: owner can have same
by proving property and paying ex
pense. Address "J. 8.," this office.
jy9-3t
PHOTOGRAPHY.

I PHOTOGRAPHS—THE BABIES' PHO
tographer, BEALS, is acknowledged the
I best; no matter how young he gets you
a perfect likeness. 027 J street, corner
Seventh. _____
ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
MARLOW MINING AND DEVELOP
ment Company. Location of principal
place of business, Sacramento, California.
Location of works, Tuolumne County, Cal
ifornia.
' Notice is hereby gTV< n that at a meeting
tof the Board of Directors, held on the 2d
• day of July. 1896, an assessment No. one
(No. 1) of five (5) cents per share was
I levied upon the capital stock of the cor
j poration. payable immediately in United
States gold coin to the Treasurer, at the
office of the company, No. 2801 M street,
Sacramento, California.
Any stock upon which this assessment
shall remain unpaid on the loth day of
August, 1886, w ill be delinquent and adver
tised for sale at public auction, and un
less payment is made before, will be sold
on TUESDAY, the Ist day of September,
1896, to pay the delinquent assessment, to-
I i•I r with costs of advertising and ex
panses of sale. By order of the Board of
| Directors.
TH : ' MAR! ' >W MINING AND DEVEL
OPMENT < !< MFANY.
I C; orge D. Stewart. Secretary. Jy?-41Tu
I FOB SALE.
| --
FOR SALE—A SALOON AND Fix
tures and stock, horse and buggy cheap,
as owner must leave city. Add] ess "H.
this office. jyll-6t
FUR SALE CHEAP —ON ACCOUNT OF
sickness, an Al saloon, furniture and fix
tures; rent only §25 a month. Apply to
E. L. HAWK, 1012 ■ ■■■t. jyll-3t
FOR SALE—A FINE HIGH LOT; LOCA
tion Twenty-seventh and H street; for
particulars apply at Coulter's wood
yard, jylO-2w
FOR SALE—BERLINER'S DELICAT
essen Store cheap. Mrs. Berliner will
assume charge of kitchen if desired.
723 J.
FOR SALE—A BLACKSMITH Busi
ness and tools; a good business; must be
sold on account of death of owner. Ap
ply Mrs. M. Peterson, Courtland, Sacra
mento County. jyo-7t
FALCON BICYCLES WILL BE CLOSED
out at 20 per cent, discount by FRITZ
MAIER. 913 X street.
FOR THIRTY' DAYS ONLY-OAK
stove wood at $5 25 per cord; measure
guaranteed. Leave orders at 904 J st,
FOR SALE—ON EASY TERMS, THREE
houses, two live rooms, one six rooms;
all have gas, pantry, baths, hot and
cold water. On account of going East.
Apply 1009 Twentieth Jy4-2w*
FOR SALE CHEAP—THE SACRA
mento Electric Power and Light Com
pany offer for sale the following boil
ers and engines, which are being dis
placed with electric motors, viz: One
10-horse power tubular boiler, used
three years; one 50-horse power tubular
boiler; one 10-horse power horizontal en
gine, made by Globe Iron Works. Stock
ten; one 80-horse power horizontal en
gine, made by Pacific Iron Works, San
Francisco; one 6-horse power Pacific Gas
or Gasoline engine. AH of above are in
good order. For further particulars call
on or address Sacramento Electric
Power and Light Company.
FOR SALE —$500 —WELL ESTAB
lished, profitable, clean business for lady
or gentleman; rare chance. 1510 Eleventh
street, or 904 K.
OAK STOVE WOOD fa 75 PER CORD;
summer wood in 4-foot or stove lengths,
$4; measurement guaranteed. Leave
orders 80S Seventh street. W. H. BAS
LER.
FOR SALE—THE BEST BUSINESS IN
Sacramento for small capital. 904 K.
Suitable for_ lady or gentleman.
40 ACRES OF A NO. 1 FRUIT LAND
at New England Mills, Placer County;
cheap. Address "C. 8.," this office.
FOR SALE —HOUSE AND LARGE COR
ner lot ln Highland Park; also, vacant
lots at low price and easy terms. Apply
to CARL 3TROBEL, 317 J street.
FOR SALE-A NEW STERLING Bi
cycle for ?S5. Apply at this oflice. Used
only two weeks. _____
MITCHELL. FISCHER & KETZCHER
Portable Engine for sale—Engine Bxl2
suitable to run separator, burning straw
for fuel; the boiler has been recent!} re
paired with new fire box and tubes at an
expense of $460; it is in Brat-class order
For further particulars Inquire at the
Sacramento Boiler and Iron Works, 112
and 114 1 street.
FOR SALE-EIGHT-HORSE POWER
Otto gasoline engine, latest model,
nearly new and all complete, call or
address at SILLER BROS., Office and
mill, 1«14 Thirteenth street, Sacra
men to.
FOR SALE—PIFE ORGAN; FOUR FULL
stops, pedal bourbon right. Suitable for
small church. Apply 515 Eleventh street.
FOR SALE—LOTS IN OAK GROVE
Tract on the installment plan; only a
few left. CURTIS, CARMICHAEL &
BRAND, Fourth ana J.
FOR SALE CHEAP—LODGING-HOUSE
of 25 rooms. Call 122 X street.
BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND BOlL
ers, engines and water pipe; must be
sold at 10 cents on dollar. Apply 419
L street.
CARPET CLEANING.
STEAM CARPET-CLEANING, 3 CENTS
per yard. Prices to suit the times. H.
W. RIVETT, Twelfth and O streets.
Telephone 292. The best machine in tho
city.
BOOKBINDERS
BOOKBINDING IN ALL ITS
branches, with good work and prompt
ness. E. W. BRUENING. 319 J street,
Sacramento.
AT THE SACRAMENTO BUSINESS
College. Book-keeping, Penmanship,
English Branches, Shorthand and Type
writing. «.
GENERAL NOTICES.
CARD OF THANKS—TO THOSE FKJKN D 9
wiii. so kindly assisted us in our late be
reavement, and who sent beautiful floral
offeringa we extend heartfelt thanks, c. E.
DUHAJ N AND FAMILY. A. C. GRAY
_AM> FAMILY. it*
(STOCKHOLDERS' 11E EOT NG—BY OR
| der of tho Hoard of Directors of the
Hartford Consolidated Mining Com
pany, a meeting of the stockholders of
said corporation is hereby called to be
held July 18, 1886k at 8 o'clock p. m.. at
the office of Curtis. Carmicliael & Brand,
Fourth and J streets, Sacramento, Cal..
to consider amendments to by-lays and
transact other business. M J. CURTIS,
President. S. E. Carrington, Secretary.
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STORAGE REDUCTION—THE SACRA
niento Fire Proof and Bonded Ware
house Company, Front and R. have re
duced rates of storage on Hay, Grain,
Hops, Mdse and Furniture to correspond
with the times. Money advanced on our
warehouse certificates at ti per cent.
_Tel. 513. c. F. DRJJEMEYER, Mgr.
REMOVESD—FRANK LEITH HAS RE
moved to 013 X STREET. Quarters
lately occupied by the French Restau
rant. More room; better facilities;
everything first-class. Open day and
_night.
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING—BY OR
der of the Board of Directors of the
Sacramento Natural Gas and Water
Company, a meeting of the stockholders
of said corporation is hereby called for
July is, 1898, at 2 o'clock p. nr., at the
law ottices of Holl & Dunn, 920 Fifth
street, Sacramento City, Cal.. lor the
purpose of passing upon the question of
a voluntary dissolution of said corpora
tion, the said board deeming a dissolution
thereof advisable. Dated July 3, 1898.
_C. A. LL'HRS, President. _ jy3-2w_
FOR GOOD GREEN PA STL" RA G E IN
quiro of HOLLAND, 1804 G street.
LATEST PERIODICALS AND FICTION,
Stationery, Notions, etc., at Doane's, No.
202 JK. street.
EGGS FRESH EVERY DAY AT TAR
-IEL S, I. A. T. Egg Depot, 1223 J.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH SENATE
Bill 238, passed by .the last Legislature, I
will sell at public auction on SATUR
day, July 11th, next, a canopy top
phaeton left with me by one C B. Chap
man aiiout two years ago. GRAF
MILLER BROS. 10H. Ninth street.
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111 NSEY'S AND ALL MAGA 7.1N ES FOR
July at the Sacramento News Company,
_42U K.
NO. 20 WAS THE LUCKY NUMBER AT
the Owl Cigar Store, 518 X street. BEN
_LESSER.
MONEY TO LOAN-H. J. GOETHE, 1011
Fourth street.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
security. CHARLES CUOLEY, IUI3
Fourth street.
NOVELS AND BOUND BOOKS
bought, sold and exchanged at reduced
prices. 7-5 X street.
JAPANESE INFORMATION AGENCY,
817 Sixth street. Sacramento. Farm
hands, general help furnisned and con
tracts executed.
LADIES' CORRECTIVE WAFERS FOR
irregularities, any cause, safe, sent any
where. $2. Address Scientist, Box u_3
San Jose, Cai.
A GOOD SET OF TEETH FOR $0;
filling 50c and upward; from one-third
to one-half saved; all work guaranteed.
DR. G. W. NEWSOM, Dentat Parlors,
1305 L street.
BUSINESS CARDS.
ROOT, NEILSON & CO., UNION
Foundry; Iron and Brass Founders and
Machinists, Front street, between N
and v; Castings and Machinery ot all
kinds m;,de to order. H. E. ROOT,
_ALEN. NEILSON, J. DEISCOLL.
FOR ROOFING, TIN AND SHEET
iron work, W. D. Bessey can't be Deaten.
_Jj2u I street. Bun3et Tel. No. 773.
I LEE HAYS, THE UP-TOWN PLUMBER,
will do a skillful job at bottom price.
1115 Twenty-first street, between X and
L. Capital te 1 ephone, 245.
CAPITAL ELECTRIC WORKS—BELLS
and batteries; electric gas lighting, etc.
__B__ K. _____
CURTAINS DONE UP, 65 CENTS A
pair and upwards, ladies' fancy clothing
laundried without injury to the gar
ment. French Laundry, 912 L street.
CHAS. WILKE-WATCHMAKER AND
Jeweler, 1010 Seventh street First-class
work; lowest prices; highest price paid
for old gold and silver.
SUCCEEDS AS MANAGER—CHRIS
Wilke will, as manager, conduct the
jewelry business of the iate Charles
Wilke, at loit) Seventh street. A full
j line constantly in stock. Diamond set
ting a specialty; also, watch and jewelry
repairing. All work guaranteed ana
done at short notice.
JOHN D. SHEARER, ARTIFICIAL
stone w-alks and concrete foundations.
1818 N
CESSPOOLS, VAULTS AND CHIMNEYS
cleaned; no dirt; lowest prices. W. M.
SLAUGHTER, 317 X and 321 M street.
GROCERIB.
HOWARD & SON,
Dealers in
Groceries, Produce, Fruits, Etc.,
Have removed to 727 X, Postoffice block,
Sacramento. < jjjj-
LYNN'S GROCERY, CORNER FOUR
teenth and O streets—s-Ib cans Cup and
Saucer Coffee, 80c; olive oil in quart
bottles, _sc; 14 bars Climax soap, _sc
-1, , lbs granulated sugar, $1; fruits and
vegetables in season constantly on hand.
Sole agent for t allon Creamery butter
the best butter in the world.
B'RESH EGGS, 2 DOZEN 25c. OUR IN
creasing trade enables us to give better
values from week to week. Shoulders
0c lb; Eastern picnic hams, 7y_c lb
hams, loc; lard, 75c lor 10-Ib tins; table
apricots, 10c; salad oil, 5c bottle; 8 lbs
rice, 25c; line coffee, _5c lb, this is not a
package coffee, but fresh roasted and
ground to order; Mocha and Java cof
fee, the best, 3 lbs for SI; good tea, 25c
lb, 5 lbs for §1 10; the best tea, 50c It),
5 lbs for $2 25; Eastern coutish, _-ib
blocks, 15c: fine bacon, loc lb; Worcester
shire sauce, sc; tomato ketchup, sc; Mus
tard, sc; German pickles, loc quart; ripe
olives, 20c quart. BEESLEY & SON
the "tip To Date Store," 518 J.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.
A. L. HART,
Attorney-at-Law.
Office, southwest corner Fifth and J
streets, rooms 12, 13 and 14, Sutter Build
ing.
JAMES B. DEVINE,
CHARLES T. HUGHES.
Attorney s-at-Law.
F.ooms 2 and 4, - - - 42p j street.
Charles F. Gardner. D. E. Alexander
Arthur E. Miller.
ALEXANDER, MILLER & GARDNER,
Attorneys and Counselors at law
4CSV. J street, Sacramento.
Chauncey H. Dunn. s. Solon HolL
HOEL & DUNN,
Lawyers.
Offices, 920 Fifth street, Sacramento.
Telephone No. 14.
WILLIAM A. GETT, JR.,
Attorney-at-Law.
Sutter Building, southwest corner of
Fifth and J. Telephone No. 359.
Arthur M. Seymour. Clinton L. White.
Jos. W. Hughes.
WHITE, HUGHES & SEYMOUR,
Attorneys and Counselors-at-Law.
Rooms 7, !t. 11 and 13, 4_o J street, Sac
ramento, California.
SEND TEE WEEKLY UNION TO YOUR
friend? in thf East.
WANTED.
WANTED—MEN To DIQ POTATOES
girl for good home, also girls tor house-
work. «20 I.
WANTED-TO PURCHASE A GOOD SEC
WANTED-SITUATION AS TRAM 1.1 NO
man; wholesale. Uqoo i. grocery or cigars;
experienced; can X bouds. J. I ..this
Jy.U-21*
WANTED - FIR.S I- . a Ass *. vu ,. sM VN;
can make from so to flu Por day. Call Sat
uruay, U to v m., . to j p. room 22,
W e-torn Hotel. r ' t t * '
WANTED—BOARD AND LODGINGS TN
private family; i 'required! Ad
_'?£_._! A - this oflie \ JylO-St*
j SITUATION WANT El > BY JAPANESE
to do plain cooking wait on table or
light work in family r .imping. Addresa
"A. B. C," this office. " jylQ-Sf
WANTED-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework in the country for family of
; __ ree t SQQd wages. Apply 2111 M street.
I PLAZA EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
I Ninth and I st. Situations procured and
all kinds of help furnished. W. A. Walk
Prop. Capital Tel. No. 300. ________
j WANTED-TO BORROW $4,000 ON
good city property. P. o. box 408.:
TO LET OR RENT.
' T ro° FI?KXI SREI> IHH'SEKEEPING
rooms wanted by young couple; state
wnat rent expected; no children. Ad
. orew aj. a., this jyii-2t*
FURNISHED FLAT T. | RENT AFPIaY
to N. L. Drew, loot Fourth street
Jylo-lw_
T ?, ,\ T-A NEAT COTTAGE. APPIaY
1128 P street j>u-3t»
TO RENT-A FURNISHED HOUSE OF
seven rooms at 804 O street or G. O.
Hayford, _;;i J street 'jy-7-lw*
FOR RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS
suitable for housekeeping at 812_ X
street. Apply M7Jy street.
1211 J STREET—FOUR FURNISHED
_roo_as for housekeeping, and bath.
NICE UPPER FLAT, t; ROOMS. IN
quire of R. Philip, _.__.'•_ J street.
2108 L ST-A 2 STORY 9-ROOM HOUSE;
board taken for rent.
SIG —HOUSE OF FIVE ROOMS, BATH
_and large yard. Appij No. 15-1 P StreeC
1011 V. NINTH ST.—A LARGE, NICKI-Y
furnished front room; no children.
TO LET—NICELY FUKNISHJSD
rooms at I__3 H street.
51(5 FIFTEENTH STREET TO LET-
Housekeeping rooms; partly furnished.
_.Call belore a a. in. „r a:;, i :> p. tn.
FURNISHIID FLAT- San 11. AN CISCO;
to rent lor the summer a nicely fur
nished flat of six rooms; Western Addt-
California street; rent reason
iff*j references required. Address "W.
W„ this office.
HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS. 71. EIGHTH
street; good home for right parties.
TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS;
gas and bathroom convenient. Apply
. iaaa% mgi#h str—t
TO KENT—FURNISHED ROOMS SUlT
able for housekeeping, at tslG Twentieth
street.
f 10—HOUSE V ST., BET. _lth AND 25th.
to rent. H. J. GOETHE, lull 4th.
FRONT ROOM WITH MANTEL AND
grate. Apply 222 M stteet.
BOARD AND LODGING.
THE TURCLU, NORTHEAST CORNER
of Eighth and X streets; cooli it build
ing; finest rooms in city: newly fur
nished; porcelain bath tubs; second lloor
reserved for offices; terms very low;
janitor and light free. FRANK. MEYER,
Manager.
THE LANGHAM, 401 L ST—CHANGED
_hands; board and rooms reasonable.
THE PLEASANTON, 008 L STREET—
A new first-class house; board with or
without rooms, rate - reasonable.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM. WITH
or without board; home cooking. 12U
_Seyenth street,
FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS TO RENT
with or without board. 011 O street,
near Tenth street.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A HOME
like place to board and room? Go to the
"MODEL," southwest corner Eighth
and 11.
SELECT SCHOOL.
HOWE'S ACADEMY-GRAMMAR
grade, high school, normal and business
branches; elocution, French and German
are taught. Ninth and I streets.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
DR. C. E. CONNER, EYE, EAR. NOSE
and throat. 005 J street. Otlico hours:
_ll_to_l2 and 1 to 5.
DR. F. M. REITH. WITH
Drs. White & Ross, southwest corner
Sixth and J streets, Sacramento. Office
hours: 9to 11 a. m., 12 to 2 and 7 to 8
DR. B. F. PENDERY. 82£ M J, SW. CO li
ner. Res. 711 M. Tel 434.
DR. CART WRIGHT, OFFICE AND RES
idence, 913 X street, between Ninth and
Tenth. Office hours: 0 to 11 a. in., 2 to 4
and 7 to 8 p. m. _____
DR. F. D. TYRRELL (SUCCESSOR TO
Dr. G. G. Tyrrell). Office, Mew Joseph
Building, corner X and Sixth streets.
Hours—ll to 1, 2 to 4, and . to 8 p. m.
Residence, ll>_s P street 'telephone
residence. Capital 572, Sunset 251 black.
Office, Capital -00. ._
DR. L. S. JADAROLA, 200% K.-OFFICH
hours: 9 to 1_ a. m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
p. m. New telephone No. 10.
DR. SIMMONS, BR—HOURS r> TO 10 A.
m., _ to 3:30 p. m. and 7 to 8 p. tn.
DR. SIMMONS, JR.—Hours 11 to 12
a. m., 4 to 5 and 7:30 p. m. Telephone,
house, 128; office, t>7.
DR. FAY, 6271. J ST—lO TO 12 A. M., 2TO
4. 7toB p. m. Res. 1729 G. 'lei. 3UO,
PERSONALS.
DR. WOOD, CELEBRATED INDE
pendent slate-writing medium, clair
voyant and psychrometric reader. The
doctor will guarantee to cure any case
of rheumatism no matter how long
standing, as well as many other dis
eases, with his own remedies. 909 Tenth
street. Jy4-7t»
PLANTS, FLORAL DESIGNS, ETC., AT
H-st Nursery. Mrs. J. W. Neff, 2805 H.
SI. WATCHES CLEANED, SI; WATCH
mainsprings, SI. All work warranted.
419 X street, next to Metropolitan Thea
ter. Cash paid for old gold and silver.
LINDLEY'S
CHERUB
TEA.
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