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Chautiuqua Literary anil Scientific Circle to-night.
Caledouian Club - Regular meeting tonight.
Bell 4 Co. to-day - 10:30 a. m.
D. J. Simmons — Contents of country store,
M. J. Simmons— uses and lota.
AniTJtil target piactice— Co. G, First Artillery.
Seaside hotel, Santa Cruz -For sale or rent.
Lost— Pockttbook with monef.
Lost— Plaus and ppeeifications of Cole Bros.
Sacramento Bank— Money loaned, etc
lluiiO3 to loan— Sacramento Bank.
Annual examination— City school*.
Sacramento Uussars, Attention— To-night.
Memorial Day, May 3Ut— To j*triotlc citizens.'
Furniture and carpets — J. G. Davis.
Butchers an! pork-packers— Chris. Weisel & Co.
Hides, sheep-pelts, tallow, — W. U. Knights.
BOARD OF CiTY TRUSTEES.
The Board of City Trustees held its regu
lar meeting yesterday morning, aud trans
acted business as follows :
X'XXl.' WATER works report.
John A. Cunningham, Chief Engineer of
the Water Works, reported that during the
past week the works had been running 108
hours, the total number of gallons of water
pumped was 9,511,500, and the amount of
fuel consumed in pumping the same was 1,017
cubic feet of gas coke.
■- tenth-street railway.'
It. S. Carey and John H. Miller appeared
before the Board in reference to the previous
action of the Hoard by which the City Kail
way Company were required to raise their
track in construction between O and R to a
high grade, and submitted request that the
company be allowed to lay the track upon the
present grade and maintain it there until the
street is raised, and stated that they would
raise to such higher grade whenever the
property holders along the route would do the
Mr. Filers, residing at Tenth and 0 streets,
was present, and entered objection to the
construction of the road on the present grade,
and wanted it to comply with the established
grade if built
After consideration of the subject it was
referred to the Street Commissi mer, with
power to act.
J. H. Miller then withdrew his petition,
previously filed, for an extension of six
months time in which to complete the road to
the City Cemetery. •'--.
Proposals were received for constructing an
ironstone or cement pipe sewer in Third
street, between L and M, but without open
ing them the Board, on motion of Trustee
Davis, postponed the awarding of contract
till a future meeting.
Property owners on O street, between
Fourth and Sixth, petitioned for an extension
of ninety days to Thomas Hannon, in which
to complete his contract for grading the street
between those blocks.
A protest against any extension was filed
by Mr. Young, upon the ground that it was
working an injury to his property in that lo
cality, and after discussion the matter was
referred to the Street Commissioner, with
power to act.
Mr . M. Corcoran filed a petition asking
that that portion of the alley between U and
V, Fourth ami Fifth streets, be declared open
for public use. Same order.
The bond of Joseph Burns, for sprinkling
District No. 7, with E. Fairchil.l and Wm.
Connell as sureties, was read and approved.
I The application of C. N. Blake for permis
sion to board up the south side of a porch 20
feet long by 10", feet high, in the alley be
tween Seventh aud Eighth, J and X, was
The following bills were allowed by the
Board : Huntington, Hopkins & Co., $52 09 ;
H. A- Weaver, 96; James Touhey. $10 ;
City Water Works, $20; Holbrook, Merrill
& Stetson, -<(i 28 ; Bee Young, Si ; J. T.
Barron, $6; K. F. Wiemeyer, §6 ; Sacra
ment.) Transportation Company, §1 ; Lee
Stanley. $1 50 ; Joseph ft Gribble, §2 ; Met
ier & Son, $29 98 : Samuel Storms, 924 27 ;
J. T. Watson, $150; W. Norman, §1;
George Eslinger, 94 ; A. McKaiser, §4 ; A.
ft. Richey. ? 4 " M. Sheehan, S4 ; T. Saun
nez, ;F. Toper, 81; A. King, 84 ; M.
Ackerman, £5 50 ; E. D. Webb. §12 50; L.
Wait, $12; H. Bat harm, ?4 ; Johnson,
§4 ; G. Logan, 84 ; Thomas Carter, $19 ; M.
Bailey, 815 ; J. Peters, §0 ; Thos. J. Ballon,
87 75 ; !•:. R. Knox (for laborers), §119 75.
The Tenth-Street Railway Fight.— R.
S. Care} and J. 11. Miller appeared before
the City Board of Trustees yesterday morn
ing, in reference to the matter of the
Tenth-street Railway, for a reconsideration of
the case, and requested that the company be
allowed to lay the track on the present grade
of the street, promising that, if allowed
to do so, whenever the property holders along
that street shall raise the grade, they will
raise the track to correspond. Mr. Eilers,
who resides at Tenth and O streets, app ared
and oppr te"i the request, but the whole mat
ter was finally referred to Street Commission
er Davis, with full authority to act iv
the premises. Bast evening a representa
tive of the Record-Union called upon
Mr. Davis to inquire what decision, if any,
he had given the company in relation to the
question, and he stated that he had not yet
given any, but was frank to say that he
recognized it to be the almost unanimous de
sire of the people of the city that no unneces
sary obstacles be placed in the way of the
City Railway Company which should pre
vent the completion of the Tenth-street road,
and that those- residing upon that street who
were opposing the construction of the railway
unless the company would raise the track to
the elevated grade did not own the street,
and had no more voice as to the grade the
track should be laid upon than residents of
any other portion of the city, unless the ad
joining property-owners would enter at once
upon grading the street. He said he should
therefore inform the company to-day that it
could go on and lay its track between O and
R streets upon the present grade, with an
agreement that whenever a majority of the
property-owners shall bring the street to the
contemplated grade, the company shall at the
same time raise its track to conform to
the same and make its proper fillings. This
action will meet the earnest approval of
nearly the entire community, and secure a
prompt completion of the cemetery line.
Levees on Sherman Island.— A meeting
was held by the property-owners of Sherman
Island on Saturday last to decide upon the
question of repairing the levees which have
broken upon tbe island and to reclaim the
submerged lands. The meeting was presided
over by John Everding, and an estimate was
submitted by the Board of Trustees showing
that the expense of the work would be about
§29,000. " After a discussion of the matter
was had it was decided to draw up a contract
for signatures, binding the property-owners
to pay their assessments for the reconstruc
tion of the levees, and never to question their
legality in Court or otherwise. It also re
quires the payment of an assessment, _ levied
some time ago. of $1 per acre, and which has
never been paid. S. C. Hastings said that
under the law the Trustees of the district
could not levy any assessment until all pre
ceding ones had lien paid. The recent high
water has made necessary extensive repairs
to most levees, and in many portions of them j
the amount of repairs will equal original con
struction. -~ * XX:' .r
Annus Target Practice.— Company G,
First Artillery Regiment, will hold its an
nual target practice to-morrow at its rifle
range at Guthrie's Station. A special train
will leave the depot in this city at 9 o'clock
a. «. for accommodation of the members and
invited guests. .:-.'*•:-..
Business ' Changs. — The planing mill,
door, sash and blind factory heretofore carried
on by Mr. Hunt on M street, between Front
. and Second, has been transferred to W. R.
Norton, builder, who will n3o it for the same
purposes in connection with his business as
a contractor. H-llXl'r
- Freight Movements.— The following car
loads of ': freight hare been received in this
city since last report : Five cf cattle, 6of
hay, 2of lamb?, 2of wood, 1 ' of com. The
i following car loads were shipped East : r One
of wool, 2 of wine, 3 of merchandise.
Continuation of the great Millinery Goo is
tale at" the Red House for one more wee.t
Ladies will please' bear in mind that thos.?
who come first will secure the real bargain*
bow being offered in this department. > : *■' \
A WORSE TAKGLE THAN . EVER -THE
COURT LOSES PATIENCE.
The habeas corpus case of Denis Kearney ;
came on for further hearing before the Su
preme Court at 2r. M. yesterday. Kearney |
was not present, it having been stated by the ,
Court that it was not necessary to have him
in Court. Warden Prevost, to whom the
i writ is directed, was in attendance. The
proceedings were opened by Mr. Murphy for
the people, who stated that he had but just
received from D. O. McCarthy, at San Diego,
a telegram, which he read. It affirmed that
he (McCarthy) had the only complete file of
the American Flay newspaper which is in ex
istence, and that if needed he would produce in
Court the bound volumes. He added that he bad
examined the files and found that the ordinance
under which Kearney had been convicted was
published five times when ordered to print,
and five times after the passage of the order.
Assuming these statements to be true, Mr.
Murphy said that if the Court should rule
that the matter is material to the issues of
the case, he would ask time in which to pro
duce the McCarty files in Court. He had
searched for complete files in the libraries and
elsewhere in San Francisco but had been
unable to find one anywhere, and seeing a
statement in a newspaper about the file at
San Diego on Sunday he had telegraphed to
Mr. McCarthy, and had only just then received
THE trouble becins.
Mr. Barbour replied that the official files
of the paper, those made so by law, are kept
in the office of the Recorder of San Francisco,
and they were now in Court. It could not
be assumed that McCarthy knows what
proper publication is. Beside that, he had
not placed much stress upon the publication
of the order to print as first drawn, because
the fact was that before its passage, and
even on the very night of its passage, the
I order was amended, and he held, and all
I along so stated, that the order as amended
had not been published prior to passage.
i Probably McCarthy referred to the first pub
lication of the order in his statement in the
After some further debate it was agreed
that what testimony was to be put in should
be offered, and that Mr. Murphy's applica
tion would be considered if the situation
The Court, from the outset, manifested a
wearied disposition and a desire to have the
case come to as speedy a conclusion as pos
Mr. Barbour The first witness we offer ia
John A. Russell, clerk of the Board of Su
pervisors. -; '
Mr. Smoot We object to the introduc
tion of any testimony. The record is the
best testimony here.
The Court resolved to hear the testimony,
reserving its opinion as to its admissibility
Mr. Russell was sworn, and said he had
brought the original record of the passage of
Order G97 and a certified copy of the records
of all things transpiring in the Board of Su
pervisors relative to that order.
Mr. Murphy objected strenuously.
Justice McKinstry— All possible and imag
inable objections you could make are con
sidered in, and may be argued by you here
after. '...". -■*."
Mr. Russell— is the order as passed to
print, April 23d, and finally passed May 3,
ISCO. 1 was Deputy Clerk then. This is a
certified copy of all the minutes of the Board
of Supervisors relating to the passage of the
order. There was no special order made to
publish the order. The Clerk did that. He
published it, as a matter of course, in the of
ficial paper the Flay. This is the order of
December, 1871. making the Examiner the
official paper. I have here
Of all minutes relative to the passage of the
amendatory sections of Order 697, as em
braced in a subsequent order — All or
ders are kept in an order book. 1 have copies
of the Flag, but no complete file. * We are not
required to keep one. The Recorder kept a
file, as required by law. It is here. All or
ci lances are signed by the Clerk and approved
by the Mayor. " - "
Justice McKinstry— Does the Consolida
tion Act require an ordinance to be published
Mr. Murphy and Mr. Barbour No, sir.
Mr. Russell Order 11% was published, to
my own knowledge, ten times before passage,
in the Examiner, the official paper.
Mr. Russell here made Mr. Belden, the
short-hand reporter of the Court, his deputy,
and put all the papers into his custody and
retired, to return to San Francisco.
Mr. Merriam, Deputy .County Recorder of
San .Francisco, was sworn. He produced two
bound lots of the American Flag newspaper
for April and May, ISGG, being all there are
on tile in the Recorder's office for those
months. He produced the file also of the
Examiner for December, 1874. All these
tiles Mr. Barbour offered in evidence. Wit
ness, in reply to Mr. Smoot, had examined
the Flag files for April 17, 1870. He could
not say there was no " Supplement " for that
day, though supplements appeared on the
18th, l'Jth and 20th with the ordinance in.
He did not know that there were no supple
ments for the days when none appear in the
file. The file was complete so far as he knew.
To Mr. Barbour — It appears in the papers
of the 25th, 20th, 27th and 28th ; the 29th
was Sunday ; it does not appear on the 30th.
To Mr. Smoot — Do not know if a supple
ment was not published on the 30th. All the
official notices were in the supplement.
Was a seperate sheet. The papers were kept
in rolls and tied up, and once in six months
taken down and bound. A supplement could
To Mr. Murphy April 16th, it appears
here that there was a supplement ; it is miss
ing on the 17lh, but is here on the 18th, 19th
and 20.1). :; 1 '" -'"-r-'
Mr. Murphy — will supply that missing
link of the 17th. , :'./'>
Witness— The next publication began on
Mr. Barbour — After they began to print it,
they amended it, and began to republish it,
aud the republication is important here in
one respect. On the night of its final passage,
May 31, it was again amended, and after that
was not again published.
Mr. Smuot— lf the sections at issue here
were not amended, theu
Mr. Barbour That is a matter of law to
be argued hereafter.
James E. Hughes, Clerk of the Police
Court of San Francisco, was sworn, and pro
duced the minute-book showing the trial and
conviction of Kearney.
Mr. Murphy objected, as tending to im
peach the judgment of the Court, as returned
here on the record. Overruled.
Witness produced the original complaint
and other papers. He was asked for the
statement on appeal. It was objected that
that document is the record of the appellate
Court and the Clerk can produce nothing to
Justice McKee — We desire to see all records
pertaining to the judgment of the Court, and
leading to it.
Mr. Barbour— statement never went
up. It has disappeared.
Witness l have not the statement. It
went to the upper Court. I do not know
that there were two statements made. March
I 12th the first entry regarding Kearney appears
in the Police Court minutes. Witness read it.
It shows that the case was called up on a
charge for using profane and obscene lan
guage} regarding Claus Spreckles, tending to
create a breach of the peace. March 13th the
case was called for hearing and plea of not
guilty entered. Defendant then _ waived a
jury trial and consented to be tried by the
Court. Witnesses were heard, the ordinances
under which the defendant was charged were
proved and the Conrt took the case under ad
visement. On the same day a second case
against defendant was called up. It was for
using threatening language having a tendency
to create a breach of tbe peace. On that
charge, after trial, the defendant was by the
To Mr. Barbour— Witness said that there
is an interlineation that defendant waived a
jury trial. I made the interlineation because
it was a fact. All the minutes are written
after trial always. I There is no mark to show
attempted erasure of that interlineation ex
cept as to one word, and that is erased. [The
Court here examined the book.]
. The Court ls it expected we are to ex
amine on habeas corpus to see if a jury trial
was or was not waived and that the Court
record is falsified ?
Mr. Barbour— Yes ; that certain constitu
tional requirements were not observed.
Mr. Murphy That is what we hold can
not, be done on habeas corpus.
Mr. Smoot The judgment of the. Court
declares that a jury was waived," and this
Court will assume the declaration to be the
truth— as it is. ,:■',' ,
Justice McKinstry— l understand we are
now at the mercy of the counsel to introduce
whatever they please. [Merriment.]
Witness (to Mr. Murphy)— The . Court
j ordered the minutes written up in accord-
I ance with the facts in full March 27th— a day
i subsequent to the trial of the case. This
record witness read. [The record of the 27th
l shows both parties waived a jury.] .' —
Chief Justice Morrison— ls there anything
requiring the minutes to be written up on
the same day ziriv_ •
y". Mr. Murphy— No, sir ; the Court can com
plete its record when it pleases. . ■-':'".
, -r ■ Mr. Barbour— hold otherwise. That ,
lis a point here. That record made up four
teen days after trial ought to have been out
j of the Court then on appeal.
Mr. Barbour here closed his testimony. :
Mr. Murpny moved for a continuance in
order to produce McCarthy's file in Court,
and show that the ordinance was published
on the 17th (the day of the j missing supple
ment). He could not say as a fact that the
| Recorder's file is false, but there being no sup
i plement in that file for the 17th, he thought it
! material to produce McCarthy's file and show
the truth in that regard. '■ • ■■
-':.".-' X- /.. '\ GETTING TANGLED.
Mr. Barbour said it would make no differ
ence if the proof was here as the Supervisor's
record show fatal defects, and that the or
dinance as amended was not published as re
quired after amendment.
After a sharp debate between Chief Justice
Morrison and Mr. Barbour, the Court an
nounced that it would give time to bring the
original file from San Diego.
Mr. Barbour — Well, the way it is going the
prisoner's term of sentence will be out by aid
of commutations before this case is over.
Mr. Murphy — We did not bring him here.
Justice McKinstry — It can all be avoided
by a waiver as to the original publication, to
which you do not, you say, attach great im
Mr. Barbour — Well, I will waive it.
Mr. Murphy — I now propose to prove that
the ordinance was proved in Court.
Justice McKinstry — Prove the argument
also. Why not, gentlemen. [Merriment.]
Mr. Murphy — I don't do this in a trivial
Justice Thornton — have a right to
assume the Judge acted according to law. I
suppose that is the law.
Mr. Hughes was recalled, and identified the
records of the Court and the transcript of
testimony, showing that . the Police Court
swore S. W. Foreman as a witness, and by
him tbe ordinance under which Kearney was
convicted was proved.
Chief Justice Morrison— (the Judges all
smiling) — Is the testimony closed now ?
I Mr. Smoot No, sir ; not yet. (More posi
tive smiles by the Bench.) I now offer the
statement made up, certified to by the Police
Court as settled to be used on appeal, and by
it we propose to show by the statement the
Judge made in the method pointed out by
the law, that the fact of the ordinance being
proved was considered and the matter passed
on by a Court of competent jurisdiction.
Mr. Murphy — An appeal was taken to a
Court of final resort, and that Court affirmed
the judgment. The point as to the ordinance
being published was a point in the case, and
was determined, and that determination is
binding on this Court.
Justice Thornton — That is an important
matter in this case. You have given us an
authority where a contrary view was taken.
Mr. Murphy— l do not think the Court
understands our view
Justice Thornton — We do understand it,
sir. We ought to at least. We have had it
beaten into our heads for two days, and
ought to understand it now, if ever,
Mr. Murphy — Certainly the authorities
holdt o our view.
Justice Thornton — Yes; one case you re
fer to is strong that way.
Mr. Murphy— your honor understand
it as we do ?
Justice Thornton — I do understand. I
comprehend it. [The other Justices are visi
bly amused.] I have ] the most complete
comprehension of your view. [Warmly.]
I may say I understand every part of it, and
nothing you can add will impress it more
deeply on my mind. I assure you I under
stand it. [More merriment.].
Mr. Murphy— l did not intend to imply
that your Honor lacked
Justice Thornton — It will be very hard to
make me think or hold that any man can be
convicted and punished for a crime declared
by a law that is void — when that is shown —
or that any Court can by its judgment seal
the record so that it cannot be inquired into
on habeas corpus or otherwise as to there
being no crime.
The Court admitted the testimony offered, ~
and it was put in.
Chief Justice Morrison — We will now give
you a half hour on each side, beginning at 9
o'clock to-morrow morning.
Mr. Barbour — I cannot read the extracts
in that time.
Chief Justice "Morrison — It will not be nec
l essary. This case has now taken nearly three
days of time.
Mr. Barbour — Judge Bake spoke all one
afternoon, nearly. I may wish half an hour
on the point not yet touched by me, that the
Supervisors of San Francisco had no power
whatever to pass the ordinance under which
the prisoner was convicted and held.
Chief Justice Morrison You must present
your case in
Mr. Barbour l might boil it down after a
fashion into a half-hour of time, but— —
Justice McKee — if it is necessary to
take up the point you make, the Court can
then determine if it will give more time.
Chief Justice Morrison (after consultation)
— Gentlemen, beginning at 9 A. M. to-morrow,
you will be given one hour on each side in
which to conclude this case on argument.
At 4:35 p. m. the Court adjourned until 9
A. if. to-day.
Street Improvements.— The grading and
gravelling of B street, from Tenth to Fif
teenth, under the contract let last fall, is now
being rapidly pushed forward and will soon
be completed. The work was commenced at
the Fifteenth-street end of the improvement,
and is now finished to between Thirteenth
and Fourteenth. The street is being made
and gravelled the same as II street, between
Seventh and Tenth, and as soon as completed,
the work of similarly filling and gravelling N
street, between Sixth and Eighth, will be
proceeded with by the same contractor. The
contract for extending the same work on X to
Tenth street was let under the old Constitu
tion to another contractor, but some doubt is
expressed whether the work will be done at
present, as there is some opposition from
property-holders on the street. XXli-iViX-
Groceries Falling Rapidly. — Yesterday
forenoon Fabian Bros.' delivery rig took a go
as-you-please trip, without a driver, down X
street, and upon arriving at Second took a
rather ungraceful turn and started in the di
rection of the new depot at a rate of break
neck speed strongly suggestive of being be
hind time for a departing train, and bound to
make it. The vehicle established its charac
ter as a " delivery " wagon by the manner in
which eggs, cans of oil, butter, flour, crock
ery, canned fruit, rice, coffee, etc., went fly
ing pell-mell out of the end of the wagon and
scattered along the street. Fortunately no
serious collisions were made with surround
ings, and time was called and the race stopped
by one of Wells, Fargo & Co.'s men before
the depot was taken in.
Change of Police Detail. — Chief of Po
lice Karcher yesterday made the following
change in the detail of regular policemen :
Captain J. L. Atwood, who has heretofore
been on street duty, is assigned to the day
watch at the station-house, vice Walter B.
Ferral ; and J. J. Carrol is assigned to night
duty at the office, vice Frank Fredericks.
Those on patrol duty are assigned to the fol
lowing beats, and will change from night to
day duty every Sunday : Beat No. I—Frank1 — Frank
Rider and J. M. Woods ; No. Walter B.
Ferral and O. C. Jackson ; No. 3 Frank
Fredericks and Frank Smith ; No. 4 — R. S.
Frazee and John Campbell. Officer Lee will
remain as Bailiff of the Police Court.
Sacramento Seminary.— The annual ex
amination of Sacramento Seminary com.
menced yesterday, and will conclude with a
literary and musical entertainment Thursday
evening. The following classes ; were ex
amined yesterday : Second, arithmetic, by
Miss Ida Perry ; first, grammar, Miss Ida
Perry ; first, reading, Mrs. Perry ; second,
reading, Miss Darling ; geology, Miss Mor
gan; tirst, arithmetic. Miss Ida Perry.
Arnillert Picnic. The annual picnic and
target practice of Company B, First Artillery
Regiment, will be held to-day at Natoma
Grove. The first trial of the new twelve
pound Napoleon gun will be made with solid
shot, and an exhibition will also be made of
i the Gatling Battery near the picnic grounds.
| A parade will be made in the streets this
morning before taking the train.
For San Quentin.— Frank Walton, con
! victed and sentenced last week to two years' im-
I prisonment at San Quentin for robbery, was
taken below yesterday by Deputy Sheriff
I Newbert, who at the same time took back
! Essie, who had been previously sent to the
I Stato Prison for being concerned in the same
crime, ■ and was brought up as a witness
) against his confederate.
; Funeral of Mrs. Bragg.— The funeral of
Mrs. Mary Bragg took place yesterday from
her late residence, on H street, under the
auspices of Sacramento •■ Division Sons of
Temperance, No. 218, and Capital Lodge, I.
O. G. T., of which societies she was a mem
ber. Rev. C. A. Bateman conducted the
services, and the "podges participated in the
ceremonies. ' ,'. "
Crrr Free Libbabt.— The Librarian of
the City Free Library reports that the num
ber of books drawn out during the past week
was 746, or an average of 106 per day. The
average number of readers at the rooms per
day was 53. .■;.'.
• Released bt Divorce. — Judge ; Denßon
yesterday, in the Superior Court, granted a
divorce to Mary E. Boggs . from Jackson
Boggs, on the ground of adultery. ;-".;;,; X.X,
X For Whooping Cough.— Nothing equals
Chesley'a Rock and Rye. . , *
RED MEN'S PICNIC.
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--' The ; Improved Order ; of Red Men had a
successful picnic at Natoma Grove yesterday/
The excursion train was divided into two sec
tions, the first of which left the depot at 8:30
A. M., and was composed of thirteen coaches,
one • baggage car, and one locomotive. ;-*, The
second section left at 8:45 a. m., and consisted
of twelve coaches and one locomotive. Arrived
at the grounds the people found a great many
conveyances ready to convey them to points
of interest in the surrounding country, and
many availed themselves of there opportuni
ties. About 400 people from Folsom and the
country joined the picnickers at the grounds.
There was good order and good management
during the day, and the committees were
energetic and : prompt. The only tragic
incident was that a child near' Fol
som , was run over and * seriously injured.
The Had field and Coleman musical party,
accompanied by a group of twenty-five
couples, took up a plot of the grounds and
made merry to their own strains. This ama
teur orchestra afforded much enjoyment to
the people during the day. The platform
for dancing was well . filled all day, and the
dancers moved in the tripping mazes to the
melodies produced by the First Artillery
Brass and Heed Band.
The contests for the prizes were early en
tered upon, and resulted as follows : . '
Archery (team shooting for medal) — Won
by the Eureka Club team, by 574 to 415 by
the Forrester team. ','■_-■ fi'i- '..'.'
Archery for ladies First prize, silver
plated jewel casket, won by Mrs. J. E. Rob
inson, 169 ; second prize, by Mrs. A. W.
luwall, 129, a silver Witter dish.
Archery for gentlemen — First prize, a sil
ver-plated ice pitcher, won by T. J. Loftus,
156 ; second prize, a pen rack and clock, won
by J. H. Collins. 121. -
Archery for amateurs — First prize, silver
and gold-plated card receiver and vase, won
by Walter Drew, 13 (possible 27) ; second
prize, silver and gold-plated card receiver,
won by T. M. Bash, 8 ; third prize, silver
plated cup. won by W. R. Sheldon, 0.
Base ball — First prize, §12 in coin, won by
the Confidence Club as seniors ; second'
prize, by the Eurekas as juniors, 88 in coin. .
Ladies' egg race— First prize, Eva Hilbert,
silver-plated pickle dish ; second prize, Lizzie
Studarus, one set silver-plated tea spoons.
Ladies' running race — First prize, Belle
Ellis, silk parasol ; second prize, Kate Buck
ley, silver-plated spoon-holder.
Misses race, 15 years or — First prize,
Emma Hilbert, silver-plated spoon, knife and
fork, in case ; second prize, Mamie Crowell,
silver-plated cup. -."■ — : ». •":"•
Sack race — Prize, box Havana cigars, won
by Frank Ellis.
Foot race, professionals barred — Prize,
alarm clock, won by Louis Dickman.
For military team shooting there were two
prizes, but there was a condition that if less
than four teams competed the first prize only
would be awarded. | Only three teams en
tered. The scores were as follows :
Dr. Shields. 345544544 4-42
K. Vf, Shields 443454434 4—39
M. Holland... 44444553 3—41
J. Miller. 3334334444-35
Naughton 444344434 5—39
McCaffrey 3 3 23444445—36
J. W. Dolan 55444 444 4—43
B. O'Neil 303430300 s—2l '
P. J. Coffey 2544344352—36
K. Ruschthdler 4 433434 54 4-38
W. Vf. Jackson 34 3 503334 3—31
T. 0'F1aherty........; ...34 434 34 34—36
THIRD TEAM. _ ' j.
P. Flaherty 234334444 4—35
— Neff 444443334 4—37
F. Kunz 4344424443- 36
J. Vf. Reeves 2 0 3 4 4 3 4 4 3 2—29
F. C. Waltham 434434354 2- 36
H. W. Rivett 444445434 4—40
Shooting by commanding officers of the
Fourth Brigade ; prize, a combination field and
duplex T glas3. Won by Adjutant J. W.
Guthrie in the following score, under Creed
moor rules : .-■-, -.
Adiutant J. W. Guthrie 434455 5 44 4—42
Major W. I. Wallace 543354545 4—42
M ijor E. 11. Meh e-.- 4 3444 43534— 38
Lieutenant- Fred. Eisenminger.3 35 3 03452 4—32
Lieutenant Fred. Neary 4434334344- 36
The excursionists returned to the city about
7 P. M. in good spirits and loud in their praises
of the management of the Red Men's com
A Practice Shoot. — At Devoe's (wire
bridge on the Cosumnes) a wing shooting
match took place on Sunday last for cash
prizes— s3o, $25, 820, $15, §12 50, 810, 8750,
85 and 85. The score was as follows for 10
single birds, 21 yards rise : Todd killed 9,
Mauldin.7, Bobbins (K. W.) 9, Shepler 8,
McCullough 7, Sheldon 7, Brown (G. II.) 8,
Brown (J. E.) 8, Pollock 5. Parrott 8, Kim
ber 7, Routier 7, Mack S. Robbins and Todd
took first and second prizes ; Shepler, the
Browns, Parrott and Mack took the next tive
prizes, shooting them off at three pairs of
double birds at 18 yards. Shepler killed 4,
E. H. Brown 5, J. E. Brown 3, Parrott 6,"
Mack 4. Shepler and Mack shot off freeze
out at 31 yards. Shepler missed his, and
Mack killed his. The ties at 7 were shot off
at 31 yard-, freeze-out. McCullough killed 2
out of 3 ; Sheldon missed the first ; Kimher
killed 3, and Routier missed. Kimber took
the two remaining prizes. There was a good
attendance, and the birds were pronounced
the best flyers ever sprung from a trap in
this county. The shooting was in reality a
practice for the Chico tournament, which
j begins on the 19th instant.
Merchandise Report. The following
freight for Sacramento passed Ogden on the
14th and 15th : For S. Cupples & Co., 2 rolls
rope, 5 dozen buckets ; Hall, Luhrs & Co., 24
barrels hams, 80 boxes canned meats ; Whit
tier, Fuller & Co., 4 packages staples, 1 case
screws, 20 rolls sand paper, 7 cases hinges ;
Huntington, Hopkins & Co., 14 cases hinges,
20 bundles shovels case machinery, 1 bundle
tinware ; Billingsley & Co., 1 bag corks ; J.
L. Chadderdon, 1 case and 1 box paint
brushes ; Henry Eckhardt, 2 cases guns ;A.
Meister, 1 bundle forces, 1 bundle wagon
shafts, 1 bundle reaches; Ka'zenstein, 1
bundle paper ; W. D. Comstock, 16 boxes
stock ; E. C. Hopkins, 24 tubs maple sugar ;
S. L : pman & Co., 1 box pins; Weinrich &
Bartels, 10 barrels whisky ; Baker & Hamil
ton; 3 bales wire cloth; Booth & Co., 10 boxes
tobacco ; L. K. Hammer, 1 box organs ; A.
J. Vermilya, 6 boxes burial cases; Adams,
McNeill & Co., 1 car syrup.
Decoration Day.— The members of Sum
ner Post, No. 3, Grand Army of the Repub
lic, last night met and resolved to observe .
Memorial Day in an appropriate manner on
Monday, the 31st instant. It determined to
solicit citizens to aid it in its patriotic pur
pose by bearing a part of the expenses inci
dent to the observance, and to that end
divided the city | into four districts and ap
pointed soliciting committees as follows :
First District, Front to Fourth, I to X— Jeff.
Wilson, L. Tozer and Mr. Richards ; Second
District, Fourth to Eighth, I to X—GeorgeK — George
\V. Ficks, C. E. Adams, O. P. Dodge;
Third District, Eighth to Fourteenth. I to
X— .l. D. Kent, H. A. Burnett, A. C. Tufts,
(J. V. Kellogg ; Fourth District, all the other
— Martin Madden, I. S. Moore, John
State Board' of Agriculture. A spe
cial meeting of the Board was held yesterday
at the office of the Secretary at 3 p. M. There
were present President Larue and members
Shippee, Colby, Flint, Newton, _ Boruck,
Finegan and Coleman. The principal busi
ness was to prepare a special ' programme for
running horses, the programme for trotting
having been previously adopted. A very at
tractive programme was agreed upon and
will be published at an early day. ; The
Board then took up the Constitution of . the
Society and made changes in it to make the
same I conform to the new law organizing
the Board and providing for its powers and
duties. The rules governing the exhibitions
of the Society were also revised and adapted
to the new order of things.
Skating for Sacramentans.— Messrs.
Cole Bros., who are constructing a swimming
bath,' as previously mentioned, have made
such changes ' and additions to plans of con
struction as to enable them to transform the
bath into a first-class skating-rink for the
winter season, by simply drawing down the
water in the swimming apartment to a few
inches only; in depth, and freezing it solid
with pipes connecting with - the ice factory,
in the same manner that the . very popular
skating-rink on Fifth Avenue, New York, is
maintained, r This will afford a rare and fine
pleasure field to those who love that class of
wintry sport, and in a line entirely new in
our semi-tropical climate.
Aucnoss.— M. J. Simmons & Co., auction*
: eers,sell at 11 A. M. to-day, at their sales-
I room on J street, several very desirable lots
land houses ...IT).'- J. Simmons, ' auctioneer,'
; will sell at 10:30 this forenoon, at 418 J street,
! the contents of a country store.' ' Sale posi
i tive.;... Bell & Co., auctioneers, will sell to
day at 10:30 A. m., No. . 101S Fourth street,
household goods, furniture,' chromos, horses,
wagons, carriages, etc.
■--.-- - - «».vift: - _~ . mvr.Kj£"-—--mfK- T%
:-: J. : F. Cutter's Old Bocbbcn.— This cele
brated Whisky, is I for sale by all first-class
druggists : and grocers. * Trade : mark—
within a Shield. . .; : * '*
CITY AUDITOR'S REPORT.
■'*'-.*""-' i" ■■>' ""-'^""'"B'SBP^mPSI
V E. H. McKee", City Auditor, makes the
j following report for the week ending Satur-
I day, May 15, 1880 : V>.
Balance on hand last rep0rt. ........... 835,856 63
Receipts for the week 104.258 10
Total.. .../.. '..'.* .'...- $188,114 78
..-.". - .- ■ - ■
| General Fund....'.............. $2185
I Water Warks Fund 98 33 '.-'.'•'
I Fire Department Fund......... 3,125 00 I'll: ■;
j Levee Fund. :...;...... 4,296 87
i Cemetery Fund..... 5 00 '.'■■
! Street Fund... '.:„... 703 80
j Police Fund : . 16 75
I Library Fund.. 976 35
','■-— 9,243 05
Balance in Treasury '„.".; $178,870 S3
j Sinking and Interest Fund....;..;!..:... $20,413 78
I General Fund :...... . 14,728 54
Water Works Fund...'....... 2,982 85
j Fire Department Fund 20,261 21
] School Fund........... 30,585 58
I Levee Fund 10,332 71
Cemetery Fund.... . 1,23* 92
Street Repair Fund... 19,694 82
Police Fund 14,413 56
Bond Redemption Fund 21,317 44
Sped*] Water Works Fund .' 1,508 46
Fire Department Bond aud Interest Fund. 1 ,006 69
Fowle Bond Redemption Fund.:.'....'...." 11,745 69
Library Fund .'.TV .•.'.*... 3,778 69
Sewer Repair Fund........... ■;• 4,865 89
Dog Fund... "...:. '.'....; ."..; 24 00
Nint , R to U Street Fund 39 46
Front and Second, Mto R Street Sewer :• • v
Fund....... .: 4 50
II and I, Thirteenth and Fourteenth
Street Sewer Fund 27 04
I Total '....... $1 78,870 83
TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE.
Recorded May 10th. ...
Jno. J. Davis to David L. Davis- Part of Rancho
San Jose de Los Moquelumnes, known as Tract 88,
sectiors 13, 14, 23 an.l "24, township 6 north, range
tl;sHO.—-. ■ ■ .
Recorded May 12th. •
United States to Jas. Harper— Patent to land
northwest quarter of section 24, township 5 north,
range 0 east, consisting of 160 acres.
'Mary L. O'Brien to Sweetzer & Alsip — Sth ;
let 5, D and E, Twelfth and Thirteenth streets; il.
Recorded May 13tlL
Heman D. Barton to Simon Cohn— February Sth ;
800 acres of land, being township 8 north, range 8 ;
United States to Jno. D.Welker— Patent March
sth ; part of southeast quarter of section 12, town
ship 8 north, range 6.
- Edw. C'adwalader to Henry Strober — April 30th ;
lot 1, I. and M, nineteenth and Twentieth streets ;
Melissa A. Dixon to J. B. Kueny — May 13th ; lot
1, between P and <l, Twenty-first and Twenty-sec
ond streets ; grant. . .;-■. r- ,r\'.'r ; t
-.'_'■ ■• Recorded May 14th.
* "Amelia C. Cowen to Francis Chillies— May 14th ;
land in Swamp Land Survey No. 601 ; $200.
. Frank Avery, Commissioner, to Jno. Stevens —
May 10th ; - lot 5, P and ij, Fifteenth and Seven
teenth streets ; $1,030.
A surprise party, consisting of about
twenty couples, \ visited William Mc-
Laughlin at his residence on Saturday even
ing las', and had an enjoyable time til! a late
hour. A dance was had, and ample refresh
A large number of cases were disposed of
in the Superior Court yesterday.
. ,' Riverside. The Riverside drive, which
has been in a very good condition for ordi
nary use a different times during the spring,
was rendered much less acceptable by the
long, heavy storm in April, and the company
having charge of the ■ road are now repairing
■it by a thorough system of scraping and fill
ing, and intend to make it more popular the
coming season, as a perfect and broad drive
way, than it has ever been before. Trees
have been set out along its sides where vacan
cies existed or injured trees stood, which in
time will add to the comfort as well as orna
mentation of the drive.
School : Examinations. — Commencing at
8:30 o'clock, sharp, this morning, the second
and fourth grades iv the public schools will
be examined in grammar, and the sixth grade
in spelling and written arithmetic. Yester
day the second and fourth grades were exam
ined in arithmetic. ...
' The Weather— The weather was clear
and mild yesterday, with southerly wind, but
the air was not tinged with summer heat. At
midnight it -was clear on the mountains.
■The river stood at 23 feet.
Rifle Club. -The Rifle Club held a meet
ing last night at the Sarsfield's armory to
adopt rules and regulations for their organiza
-Personal. — Dr. John Ruth of Oakland,
I the celebrated rifle shot, is in the city. He
| leaves for Chico to-day.
I i '
IN CATARRHAL MI CIS causes:
FOIL ICREAIII and disgusting expectoration;
CRACKLING PAIN'S in the head and forehead
DE ESS and loss of smelling power;
BRONCHITIS, nay Fever aud other diseases.
TnE ACTION' OF CATARRHAL N Ilil
through the mucous membrane has been finally
discovered. WEI DE MEIER'S CI ICE,
THE ONI KNOWN" REMEDY for these
diseases, is as certain in its effects as vaccination
is for small-pox.
REV. C. H. TAYLOR, 140 Noble St., Brooklyn,
* N. Y. : " I am radically cured of Catarrh."
D. G. McKELVEY, Gov't Inspector, 167 Mott St.
N. Cured of very bad Chronic Catarrh. ' \ .'
R»G. BLACKBURN, at Lord k Taylor's, Broadway,
N. Cured of 3 yean Calarrh ; 1 pack-
S. BENEDICT, Jr., Jeweler, 697 Broadway, N. Y.
(lady) — Cured of terrible Hay Fever.
REV. C. J. JONES, New Brighton, 8. I.—" Worth
ten times the cost." _ .-_;..
REV. GEO. A. RIES, 16P Jay street, Brooklyn—
"It has restored rue to ministerial labors."
! REV. ALEX. FREESE, Cairo, N. V.— " It has worked
wonders in six cases in my parish."
I DR. R. O. DURKIS, Dentist, 301 Sixth avenue,
: N. V. — Cured of Catarrhal Influenza.
I M'LLE AIMEE, Opera Prima Donna, Catarrhal
Bronchitis: Great benefit from its use."
MRS, EMMAC. HOWES, 39 W. Washington Square,
N. Catarrh 30 years ; Cured by 2 pack-
Etc., Etc, Etc, Etc.
' DR. WEI DE . MEYER'S PAMPHLET,
with' the most remarkable testimonials on record,
SENT FREE, by his Ageßts, Messrs. D. B
DEWEY k CO., 46 Dey street, N. V. ; or by Drug-
gists. The CI'RE IS DELIVERED at $1 50 a
package. Think of a REAL CUBE for an ob-
stinate disease at this trifiing cost. (f7-lor3p6mSTuTh
CLOTHING 1 CLOTHING ,
OJLivJ JL JtIJLIN kjt I
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T~MEN^S? YOUTHS AND BOYS !
A3- TAKE NOTICE THAT OUR STOCK FOR THE ftRIXG AND SUMMER SEASONS OF 1680
! 13 THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE WHICH WE HAVE EVER PREPARED. g=g|
A Complete line of Choice Fnrnishiug Goods from the Eastern market.
LITHAUER, THE CLOTHIER,
;.'.'*'* i •■■: •■ ■ .*■■•.: ■-■."■ '■> ' '-■ :.3 -.* -■.'-*.-■:' ■■ .--.■'. :■ ' '■■-. - /■■
Ho, .418 J street, between Fonrth and Fifth ...- - - Sacramento.
ti Vj cV *-.
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CO' :S . : J|L . ' Ji Q \
LU 'ik a m mkWmWMM '"■ H <
HI V-x W%i
Nearly New, suitable for a First-class Hotel.
. 200 Square Yards
Good for a Hotel Reading-rooirigor large Saloon.
Door and Window Screens,
ALL SIZES, STAINED AND VARNISHED.
WHITTIEB, FULLIE ft CO.,
.N'os. 1030 and I '.".' Second St., Sacramento.
1 IBIFORX JEltts S. f
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These are very choice Hams,
and we recommend them to
the Trade, and guarantee satis-
faction. They are new and
bright, and as fine a flavored
Ham as there is in the market
Received to-day car-load via
O. P. R. R., which we offer to
the Trade at lowest market
Adams, Meill & Co.,
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i WHOLESALE GROCEKS. |
91. 93 and 95 front Street Sacramento
i €*S-*g*e.g>g3"E*EC-S. j
WE CALL THE ATTENTION" OF THE TRADE
to the following choice goods
Genuine Budweiser Beer.
Garden Valley Cheese.
" "Our Taste" Hams.
Pearl Baking Powders.
"Pride of the West" Soap
" Our Taste" Oysters.
Celebrated " Owl" Cigars.
" Diamond Drip" Syrup.
"Golden Drip" Syrup.
tW The above-mentioned articles are superior
goods in every respect.
tW ORDERS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. "Sl
HALL, LUHRS & CO,,
Cornerof T%lrd acd streets, Sacramento
PROF. WM. WALLE
WILL GIVE HENCEFORTH AT HIS PRl-
rate residence, Tenth street, between X and
L, to regular scholars, two lessons a week.
tW Thorough instruction in Music for One Djllzr
per Lesson, instead of one dollar and a half. ni!3-lw
— O I" "E- I O XJ o w—
JAMES I FELTER & CO.,
Importers and Dealers in fines and Liprs,
NOS. 1016 AND 1018 SECOND ST. (ORLEANS BUILDING),
SPECIAL NOTICE TO THE TRADE.
HAVING REMOVED OUR BUSINESS FROM NO. 73 FRONT STREET TO THE ABOVE LOOA-
tion, adjoining WELLS, FARGO A CO.'S, we invite all purchasers and dialers in
Wines, Liquors, Cordials, Syrups, etc.,
To call upon us and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. With the increased facilities
afforded us in the commodious store which has been fitted up expressly for our business, we will bo
enabled and will carry a full and complete stock ot all desirab.e Imported and Domestic Goods to our
tW Our arrangements made in France, Germany and Spain, direct w ith the producers of COGNACS,
PORIS, SHERRIES, CLARETS and CHAMPAGNES will i;ive us special advantages iv this lieu trf
Imported Goods. -•.-■;'■•,.'
CALIFORNIA WINES AND BRANDIES.
XryXrXlXl'Xr-XrrrV':.' ' '■ ' y'i : fl- r -l:.:. i
We have a Department and Warehouse expresrfy devoted for the Exhibition and Sale of our BRANDT,
PORT, SIIEKKY, ANGELICA, MUSCATEL, CLARET, HOCK, REISLING and TOKAY WINES.
Th« wines are the products from the ORLEANS HILLS VINEYARDS OF J. 11. CARROLL, and the
BRANDY from the JOHNsTON GRAPE DISTILLERY COMPANY OF SACRAMENTO, celebrate! for
its PURITY and DELICAIE FLAVOR. Eastern purchasers arc specially invited to examine our
Vintages before buying elsewhere. We offer the BRANDY for sale in Bond or Tax paid, in lots to suit.
We have in stock a full line of old favorite brands of BOURBON and RYE WHISKIES, and ars
sole proprietors of the PRIDE OF CALIFORNIA, OLD W., ECLIPSE, BOURBON & DIXON CROWN.
I. X. L. and GEM UF KENTUCKY : and in addition to the above, we will keep a stock of MILLER
STEWARTS (O. K. and A. A.), MELLWOOD, OSCAR PEPPER, SOUR MASH BOURBON and
FINCH'S GOLDEN WEDDINU RYE. We have made large purchases of these WHISKIES, now lyinjr.
in Bond in Kentucky, and where customers prefer we can ship the WHISKY direct to them, to quantities
to suit, on a through Bill of Lading by Rail.
CITY RETAIL DEPARTMENT. '
This will be under the supervision of A J. DANIS, long and favorably known in Satramenti as too
Pioneer Wine and Liquor Connoisseur of the city, and he will at all times be ready to receive orders, whiok
he will deliver to any part of the city without extra charge.
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We have also established, in connection with our Wine and Liquor Business, an Exclusive WHOLE-
SALE JOBBING CiGAR DEPARTMENT, where we shall keep a full and complete line of DOMESTIC.
KEY WEST and IMPORTED CIGARS. We have the Exclusive Agency or. the Pacflc coast fur ths
Celebrated it. ,C- r
Kimball, Gaullieur & Co. Cigar. Also, Deßarry'sPrize Writing Desk Cigar.
(SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW HERE.)
The case, which contains 500 Cigars, forms a unique Portable Writing Desk for family use. We invito
special attention of all Dialers and Jobbers in Cigars to this department No drayage or shipping charges
made. Goods will be shipped promptly in all cases on the day the order is received.
KW N. B.— Purchasers in Northern California and Nevada can receive their goods two to three days
quicker, and save $2 SO per ton freight by sending their orders to us, instead oi buyiug to San Francisoo.
JAMES I. FELTER & CO.,
Importers, Jobbers and Wholesale Dealers in Wines, Lipors and Cigar«
NCS. 1016 AND 1018 SECOND STREET, BET. J AND X,
ORLEANS BI'ILDING SACH.4 MENTO
r^ mmmmmm^mm^^mmmmm r \mammm .^mmmmmmm, mmm.m mmm,
tW This prepay- i **~""""""""Z _J — -- - — — *""*******"****"**** m ********** i fnl run "■ tha East -
tiou is a distillation I ff^#^/^%|^ Q. L-fc^/l-T " isa CERTAIN
of selected RYE'Bb^I BO m&L fXJ fc« Vl™ CURE FOR COUGH'S
WHISKY and PURE 1 ft *Uf"o g^. *\atf\a L & fi Basal and COLDS, and all
ROCK CANLY, and _ _ W " m ! BRONCHIAL A*.
a having a wonder- [TKADE MAUIt.) FECTIONS.
tW A NEW AND ALMOST CERTAIN CURE FOR CONSUMPTION. A delicious cordial ana a
splendid appetizer. Sold by all Leading Druggists and Grocers.
GEORGE W. CHESLEY, SOLE AGENT,
No. 51 Front Sti-etl. between J and X * ■.-rnnienlo
Gold and Silver Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry.
tW THE LEADING JEWELER OF SACRAMENTO. T?i
LARGEST STOCK! GREATEST VARIETY I FINEST GOODS LOWEST PRICES
tW In daily receipt of New Goods, direct from the factories, hence all my sustomers receive tbo
benefit of buying from first hands. — — — — —^—
g^SigiL of the Town Clock, g^
&H-M. NO. 315 J STREET, RET. THIRD AND I KTII. SACRAMENTO. ">'■.«
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT OF THE
MEW YORK STORE,
CORNER NINTH AXD J STREETS.
JUST RECEIVED, A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
MMMMM"n"DT?QQ ■O-s^l^TPiCi tooooooooo
0000000000 l^_t\iX2jJ^O ItUWJJO .««»< «"»
Which are being sold at BIG BARGAINS. -KW Ladies are invited to call and see for themselves. "SU
tW Thi* is the genuine corner to buy cheap. Don't he bumbosged, bat < all, see
onr Mo. Un I set our prices. MM» FOR PRICE LlaT.
tW Hiehest prices allowed on all kinds of Connirv Produce in exchange for goods. Orders from tt*
interior promptly attended to. Samples sent 1 REE OF CHARGE. -.- - • ' -
HAYFORD BROS. & CO.,
ap!,-3ptf rill- PROPRIETORS rwlawWtf
OPENED | AGAIN. NOTICE.
ALL PARTIES INDEBTED TO THE LATE
„ " „_^__ J\ firm of JOHN H. COPPERSMITH are re-
THE BOSTON DRUG STORE, quested to settle with E. COPPERSMITH and
;- ; . : Z_' ■■-->;. '.--"■." LOUISE KREUZBERGER. at corner Seventh an.l
G streets, Sacrament, upstairs. > :
I HEREBY INFORM MY FRIENDS AND "_/i Sacramento, May 15, 1880.
the public that I have Just opened >0I K. COPPERSMITH,
New and Elegant DRUG STORE, at the old YH m!7-3plw LOUISE KREUZBERGER.
Northeast cor. Third and J street*. - DROWNED
• - UnUiillCUi
tW All my Drugs, etc., are fresh, and ofthe very _^__
best qual ! ty. Pb} sicians' prescriptions ill receive
my personal attention. Prices reasonable. X OUIS GARDELLA WAS DROWNED ABOUT
' JLj six miles above this city, on MONDAY, May
.......... «,.._ n^_ '•'-■'-' 10, 1&80. A reward of ISO. will be paid for the
ADOLPU WAITntR, recovery of his body and delivery st JOHNNY
Formerly Dispensing Clerk at Drug Store, northeast GALIARDO'S, on Front street, between O and P.
corner X and Second streets. mo-3plm mlt-Splw" B. C. GAI.DELLA.
Ik .Be.^eoi.iun __ fflr -_^ FOR SALE OR LEASE,
IH tbi WORLD IS . ""^WiS'tri?^"'-*^*? -" — Tna
THE GARLAND! K*S«?^'^^Sfl '•'■ „ XX- ■■■■■:',■■■■ \',.''i> , i»_^„,*«, ,
roR^L,,T --I^^SM> M" rand Hotel Property !
L. tm LEWIS A CO., ¥^~_&_~JL?
38 AIM J Street. SrtXi^^XX^Sfmi. CjrTUATED ON THE CORNER ©F FRONT
apil-3ptf .-^ff^2*« _ , . J5 and X streets, Sacramento city, directly op.
■ — ■ — '■ : — "" — posite the steamboat landing, and near the railroad
THE " ncuTAL .lAIRLIS " depot. The best location in the city for a hotel
IHt- UtHIALUAInUO,, »nd business property. Will be sold low, with favor-
a MONTHLY JOURNAL OF DENTALggjFI able terms as to payments, or leased Jor a term cf
J\ Science. Edited and published by * .WW® • years at a low rental. Inquire of CADW ALADtR *
O.THRAILKILL.D. D. S. Office and Dental Depot : I PARSONS, No. 81 J street, Sacramento; or SJP.
Masonic Temple, Sacramento, Cal. . -•-•:•; mS-tf . DEWEY, SOB Pine street. Sar Francisco. ap"22-3ptf
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"LET THOSE LAUGH WHO WIN!"
WE HAVE SURPRISED OUR , NEICHBORS, AND ASTONISHED OUR COMPETITORS ,
WITH THE AMOUNT OF OUR BW6INESS-the remit of honorable dealing. We stand at the head
of the list in sale*, with the smallest expenses of any house to the city, the result of bard work and closo
attention to bu mess. " DONT FORGET," we hare as good Goods as there are in the State, and
PLENTY ON THE WAY ; with prices that will stand competition with all or any. Seiidto your orders
They will find us with sleeves rolled up to turn them out. - Our motto is J " small Fronts, Larse
galea and Quick Returns '." ; Come and see us. -.'■]'
WILCOX, 'X- "PO-WTBK-S ; ; '.. As x co., • .
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