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MONDAY .SEPTEMBER 30, 1380. ttlgnal Corps lie port— September 19, lggo. TIMS. \ SAS TBR HUH WIND IAI. VXAlfif i^l.» 29.91 jDC' 81 S. 5 .... Clear" 7a. a 29.93 169 70 S. 2 ...Clear 8:02 a. M 21.90 Cl 71 S. 2 ...Clear ir.u 29.91 81 30 N. 2 ...Clear 8:02 P. '29.91 i 67 .15 3. W. 6 .... Clear . Max. tber., S3 decrees. Mm. ther., 52 degrees. Weather Probabilities. Washii«Btok, September 19th.— Pacific coast : Clear or cloudy weather. 'I — —^— — — ADVERTISEMENT MENTION. Metropolitan "Theater— "An Orphan of the State." First Artillery Regiment— Orders Xo. 29. Annual Stale Fair— Special features. Archery matches— of prizes, etc. The Crockery Art Gallery to be open. Oermania Building and Loan Society. K. of ll.— California Lodge to night. Atlantic Haul us— Each evening. Strayed or stolen- Sli'th cows. ,:; ■__. Business Advertisements. Mechanics' Store— Visitors to State Fair. Huntington, jikius & Co.— Sportsmen's goods. Murray & Lanman's Florida Water. F. U. Russell— Choicest select!' of groceries. Samuel .Nathan— l X L Store— Men's and boys' clot hi g. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. STATE EQUALIZATION MATTERS — THE TAX LEVY. The State Board of Equalisation was in session all day Saturday aud until a very late hour at night. Sacramento county, in a writ ' ten document, signed by Assessor J. W. Houston and Supervisors [ Wilson, Bauer, Blair and Butler, applied for a reduction of the assessment roll of Sacramento county 20 per cent. It set forth that much of the property of the couuty is assessed too high ; that the assessment roll foots up $25 748,19.*, which is an increase of $7,181,078. Assessor Houston was examined, and based bis appli cation verbally also upon the ground that other counties have not beeu assessed up to full cash value, and, therefore, to keep Sac ramento up would make her bear an unequal share of the burden of government. Messrs. Wilson, Bauer, Blair aud Butler were also examined and gave that also as a reason, and added that a great proportion of the realty is assessed beyond its true cash value. The Board refused to lower the rolL Ayes— Drew and King. Nays Dutton, Heiskell, Kenfield. Applications were made by many railroad companies to have their assessments lowered, all claiming that they are assessed much above true cash value. These applications were as follows : r./^.r. Assessed. Reduction Asked C. P. R. R .t12.239.456 $6,405,5-14 S. P. R. X 10,41*3,413 5,722,782 Sac. and P. R. 839,173 292,500 S. and C. R. 597,505 210,970 8. P. and R.R..... 492,8 '0 808,025 ("al. P. R. R. 1,801,300 908,955 N. R. R 1,492,753 819,384 Am. Branch 183.600 184,710 Santa Cruz R. R 158,478 70,000 S. P. C. R. 504,825 not stated S. F. and N. P. R. R 1,274.300 521,047 V.V.R.R... 219,725 123,149 M. P. C.,R. . 633,517 416,112 The Board, by unanimous vote, refused to reduce any as-essment on any road, but de clined to officially state the reason, whether for want of jurisdiction or because the roads are propeily assessed. The matter was first earnestly discussed by Attorney-General Hart on one side, and T. B. McFarland on the other. The Attorney-General held that when the State Board of Equalization had made its assessments of railroads and sent them to the counties, such assessments be came individual assessments, and under the decision of the Supreme Court could not be interfered with by the State Board. Judge McFarland held tithe contrary ; that, as the Board was the assessor of railroads, it had the power to equalize and correct such assess ments, and that the same are wholly within the jurisdiction ... the State Board. The law j required the Board to fix the tax rate for Slate purposes before the expiration of Saturday. About 11 o'clock, therefore, the Board after a long calculation found the value of all property tube $066,183,320; that it is necessary to i .i-e 83,455,000 ; that, therefore, the State tax shall be on each hundred dol lars, for the General Fund, thirty cents ; the School Fund, twenty-three cents; the Sink ing and Interest Fund, six cents ; the Drain age Fund, li..- cents. Total, sixty-four cents on each one hundred dollars. The rate last year was ii'-'.', cent-., The total valuation of property last year wn. 5517.622,769. The increase therefore is 8118,560,551. The levy of lit cents i- made on a sum twelve per cent. less than the total valuation of all property, that per cent, being required by law to be estimated .If for delinquencies. So far as equalizing between counties was concerned the Board has done nothing, it having no time left it in which to do so, and because of a recent decision of the Supreme Court, the Board was greatly perplexed as to what it might to do; it it lowered or raised the entire assessment roll of any county, it would woik hardship upon all those individ ual assessments which are admittedly correct. During the afternoon there were some anima ted verbal passages in the Hoard that gave its session a decidedly lively character. The Board meets again to-day and will then con clude ita labors for the present. AIICHEBV Tournament.— Several citizens have contributed money to aid in an informal archery tournament to be held here this week, and of which announcement is made this morning. It ii open to all archers, and there is no entry fee. It is expected that several of the best archers of San Fraccisco and Oakland and other places will be present and participate in the shooting; also, that they will have several matches among them selves at the longer ranges of 60, 80 and 100 yards. A number of local archers will be present and take part. The matchei have been brought about by the expressed desire of many abroad to come here ani engage in them. The shooting is set for Thursday and Friday, Capitol 1'..r1:, back grounds, 9:30 ! A. M. to noon. The programme is as follows: Thursday— Gentlemen, American round, 30 arrows, at 40, 50 and 00 yards ; prizes, one dozen tine self-arrows, one-half dozen same, fine double 1 living inkstand. Ladies', Co lumbia round, '-'1 arrows, at 30, 40 and 50 yards ; prizM, one half dozen tine foot- d ar rows, one-half dozen fine self-arrows, hand some jsortemomiaie. Friday — Gentlemen's match, S» Leonard's round, 77 arrows, at 60 yards ; prizes, one dozen fins self-arrows, < ne-half dozen rame, fire ana guard. Ladies' match, 90 arrows, at SO yards ; prizes, one-ball d-rz-n tins footed arrow-, ele gant ivory fan, case for arrows, with lock, and tine napkin ring. Police COURT. — On Saturday, in the Police Court, Amado Cordosa was fined for his two cases of bat", the sum of $25. John Ryan for disturbance of the peace, was fin.-i $50 ami costs. Wm. ToJhunter, for battery, was lined $10 and costs. The battery case against Frank S'hnler was dismissed. Wm. lama was fined $"' • d costs for disturbance of the peso*; Dan Cotton, for same, was fined $12 .70. M»ry Jane MeMahon, charged with vagrai •- /, was discharged for want of prose cution. 11. bfankin, vagrancy, had her case continued till the 22 1 instant. The case of F. Ha II .I.!'. violating the health ordinance, *i< cuntiiiue.l till the 27 tb inst. The ci» mr.inst Mrs. liable, for same, was continued ti .. the 'il h i', .tint, an.l that against Mrs. M_.ze.aux, for violating the health ordinance, was continued till October 21. Delia Wall's case, for disturbing the j>eace, was continued to the 'JO.h. Railroad Fares Reduced.— The rate if fare on the road", mentioned below, have beeu reduced on account of the State Fair, commencing to-day and ending next Monday, as follows : On the Sacramento anc" Placer ville road, from Shini.de Springs to Sacra mento and return, $3 50 ; from Latrobe to Sacramento and return. $2 50; from FoUom to Sacramento and return, $1 50. A general reduction of one-third the usual rates is made for round trip tickets from all points upon all other road* leading Into Sacramento, except from San Francisco, where the present rates will remain unchanged, being $"> for the round trip from either pltce, $3 for single fare one way, and $1 50 for second class fare each way. Grexseackl-RS. — Benjamin Todd, the Greenback candidate for member of Con gress, addressed quite an audience on Fourth street, between J and K. Other speakers were also present and addressed the meeting. F. Woodward presided at the meeting. SUICIDK BT A CHINAWOMAN. — A dispatch from Court! aid states that a Chinawoman named Mny Koy committed suicide in China town at that place Saturday forenoon by tak ing an overdose of opium. The cause was unknown. •.•-;<-.- . , rix .Don't Fail to witness the Stereopticon ex hibition to take place this evening opposite Postoffice, corner Fourth and X streets. * STATE FAIR. TWENTY-SEVENTH ' ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF THE CALIFORNIA STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The twenty-seventh annual fair of the Cak ifornia State Agricultural Society begins tc day. The Pavilion opens to exhibitors at 7 A. M., and to the public at 7P. m. The Park : opens' to the public at BA. M. to-day's races. The races begin at 1 P. li. to-day, sharp. The colors named indicate the most promi nent colors of riders' and drivers' costumes on the track. 1. Running, dash three quarters of a mile, for two year olds ; Terry's 8. f., Lillie Ashe, color blue, red and white ; Coombs' br. c, by Shannon, color black ; Coombs' eh. c , by- Shannon, color black. 2. Running, mile dash, free to all, 100 pounds weight ; Howson'* s. g. Snowden, color buff and red ; Appleby's Illusion, cherry and blue ; Pritchard'* Lena Dunbar, red and blue ; Baldwin's eh. c. Lexington, drab and red ; Baldwin's eh. f. Jennie 8., red cap. 3. Running, dash 1 J miles, three-year-olds ; G oiwin'a b. c. Wild Idler, color dark plum ; Pritchard's c. c. Euchte, red and blue ; Shatter's b. c. Haddington, red ; Judson's eh. c, Tyler, buff and blue. 4. Running, dash 1) miles, free for all; Winter's eh. c. Connor, color orange and white; Malone'sb. m. Lilly, red; Baldwin's b. m. Clara D., drab and red. 5. Running stake, J mile heats, three-year old fil.ies ; Coomb's br. f. Tilde C, color black ; Shafter's b. f. by imported Had dington, red ; Chatterton's g. m. Sallie Black, black and tan ; Pacheco'a b. f. Car melita, reel and black ; Judson's b. f. Ella Doane, brown, buff and blue. 6. Pacing, fiee for all. Cade's s. g. Nim rod, Colors white and black ; Vi^nolo's dun g. Johnny Weigle, black and rod ; Sperry's blk. s. Washington, blue ; Rubinson'ss. Hi Tracy, pink ; Ross' b. m. Mollie X , red ; Killip's b. f. Dido, black. AT 1116 STOCK GROUNDS All is in readiness for visitors. Neatness pervades all parts of the grounds, aud the order and cleanliness and general arrange ment is highly creditable to the taste and \ energy of Superintendent Flint. Much stock i is already in stall, enough (or several days' | critical examination. By noon to-day it is probable that every stall,' nook and corner will be taken. Yesterday the Superintend ent had to turn exhibitor* from the gate, because every inch of space is already taken. The horse boxes are tilling rapidly, and by ' to-day's trains and boats the last animals will arrive. One can spend now two good days in close examination, and not then finish up all the rows of stalls now occu pied. In fact, to-day will be an excellent one for those desirous of real in formation to begin a review of the stock ground*, as exhibitors will be found fresh and ready to impart desired knowledge. The race track is iv splendid condition and never better for making fast time. The new sys tem of keeping a black-board summary of each race, so that all the people may know all about it, will add a hundred fold to the interest of the spectators and must go a long way toward POFULARIZINfJ The races. Added to this is the new system of colors, by which any person will be enabled to identify any horse on the track, which will be a source of great satisfaction to the people in the stands and put an end to the annoying questioning, which few were able to satisfy heretofore, as — " What horse is that?" "Which is Santa Claus?" " Ob, dear, there are six bays, and I can't tell which is which 1" . ..:_ "I do wish you'd tell me what horse it was that made the last heat." r>..' "If only we knew what horse that is !" "Is that grey Occident or Nutwood f* " What horse is that inside V I " Which one of those animals is Elaine V '; AT THE PAVILION There is greater advancement accomplished than ever before known on the tirst day of a State Fair in California. The promise is for the finest exhibit ever made under the auspices of the Society. It is a fact, the Secretary certifies, that exhibitors enough have been turned away, for want of room for the goods offered, to fill with the proposed ; exhibits another Pavilion as large as the; present one. By to night the Pavilion will be fuller than ever before known at an open ing ; and, indeed, the spa ies will be very' nearly, if not entirely filled and ready for I the opening at 7 P.M. The arrangement iv the halls and the rapid tilling up is largely dm to the executive ability of Super intendent Coleman and his assistant, 0. ¥. Dodge. President Larue, Secretary J! agi ami ths Directors weio constant in attend-* am .'-.. Saturday and yesterday, and had over- t Bight of all details and all general ties, and have thus far kept the machinery of the He ciety moving without friction, and directing all things connected with it with capacity and skid. The promise ii that they will have rea son to boast if the moat successful exhibit yet nmde by the State Agricultural Society, and there is nothing now to indicate any failure in any line. THE DECORATIONS Of the Pavilion are worthy more than a pass ing notice. It has been decorated ou the interior with fltgs and streamers in abund ance. The coats-of-arms and colors of many nations - are displayed, and the national colors of the United States are liberally interspersed. At the northern end of the large hall is a handsome design of a pediment, and a banner bearing the words, " Welcome to our President," and the mono gram "U. S." inclosed in a wreath. Above this is an olive branch, encircling all but the upper side ot a shield. Upon the shield is mounted an American eagle with outstretched wings. For a background is a grouping of American flits. On the west side of this center- piece hangs a streamer upon which are inscribed the words, "Agriculture j Art," and on the Ea.-t another em- i blazoned with the words, "Science, Com merce, Labor." The names of the various | States of the Union, and the coat-of-arms of each, are conspicuously displayed upon other banners in various locations throughout the hall, and also the names of the counties of this State. In the northern end of the small or western hall is a centerpiece similar to that in the main hall, having two American fUgs as a background, and a wreath, upon which is inscribed these words : "California State Agricultural Society— lßßo." Inclosed within | this wreath is an American khield. An | American eagle is perched upon the wreath, r with wings outstretched. Evergreens abound throughout the ball, and are also festooned from the Ceiling center to the corners in the Secretary's .Bice. The exterior front of the main ball is draped elaborately in I evergreens, and flans in festoons gracefully ! .ping here and there. Each fide the cen | tral approach are tall staffs bearing pendent i streamers and shields, with the words " Wel ' ion-. President." B .yne was ti.e decorator, and has worked out a very tasteful iesult. EKFLOTEB Are under orders to report at 7 o'clock this mi riing— those for the Pavili in to Sec retary Hoag, at the Pavilion, and those for ! the Park to Superintendent Flint at the Park. The force for the week at the Pavilion I consists of : entry clerks, H. O. White and j i .1. L. Stovatt; Ticket Clerks J. E. Bobbie i and Lopez Mauldin; door-keejier, W. 11. Luther. - -- ■-■ At the Park: daily ticket clerks, E. F. ! Smith, 11. Moore, J. E. Larue and 0. S. j Flint; membership ticket clerk«, F. A. Ray ! mood, A. 11. Seymour; ticket boys, W. A, I [ Gett, Kent Seymour, William Craig, H. Baa ! sett ; entrance gate keepers. A. S. Greenlaw, | ' F. 11. Ki-sell, J. R. Shellara, Hiram Ga.- ; | ratt : officer at grand «W, — . Walker ; j ; usher to special stand, 11. S. Beals ; assist ! ants, J. P. Doody, Lee Lame; offi- j c:r at idg-s' stand, H. Gariett ; I policeman at judges' stand gate, ;J. Henderson ; weigher of hay, etc., M. J. j Tole : central cate kipper, John Spillman ; ; I rope polios Richard May, Anthony Green,! O. H. Wing; exit gate, A. T. Renwick, George Wentworth ; small gates, .lames Mc ; Cl.iary, D. S. Jackson, John M. Kady; I other special employes, Philips, Granger and K. B. Robertson. ■ Citt Free Lib&abt Report.— The fol lowing is the report of the City Free Library for the past week : Number of books issued, 553 ; fiction and juvenile books, 480; history, 8 ; biography, 6 ; travels, 19 ; j literature, 22 ; p"e'ry and drama, 3 ; the ology, 1 ; science and art, 14. Averasre number I issued ptr day, 80. Percentage of fiction and | ; jrneiri c, 86. Average number of readers per | j day, 50. Daring fair week the library will j be open as follows : Monday and Saturday as | j usual. Tuesday and Friday from 10 a. v. • to 12 m. and from 5 to 7 P. m. ;on Wednes- ! \ day and Thursday from 5 to 7 p. M. UUOOI Case Decided.— The case of Us j People vs. Henry Hebb, before Justice ' : Moore, nt Isleton, for taking from an officer goods held by him under writ of attachment, I was tried before a jury last week. The j Court instructed the jury that in order fcr an officer to keep legal possession of prop erty in such cases, a keeper must be con- I stantly in possession or upon watch of the l goods, and under these instructions the jury rendered a verdict of not guilty. Don't Fail to witness the Stereopticon ex hibition to take place this evening opposite Postoffice, corner Fourth and X streets. * THE PRESIDENTIAL RECEPTION DETAILS. The Presidential Reception Sub-Committee met at the office of George Cadwaiader, at 4 P. M., Saturday. There were present also the Chairmen of the Finance. ' Programme and Parade Committees. Mayor Turner pre sided. The Chairman of the Committee on .Pro gramme reported that it had been arranged to receive the President and his party at the depot at 5 P. M. to-morrow (Tuesday), and that the party, after being welcomed by the Mayor, will at once be escorted to the residence of Governor 7 Stanford. In the evening the President and party will visit, informally, and at • their own pleasure. Wednesday morning, at 10 o'clock, the Presi dent and party will be escorted to the State Capitol and be received on the steps by Governor Perkins, after which formal wel come the party will occupy a platform in the rotunda beneath the dome, and hold a formal reception until coon or until such earlier hour as the reception may be concluded. The rotunda has been cho.en as a place more con venient than either of the legislative cham bers, which can only be approached by stair way that will delay the passage of the people. From the Capitol the party will be escorted to the Park and stock grounds, being received at '.he Park, in the Directors' stand, by the State Board of Agriculture,- where also luncheon will be served. Between 4 and 5 o'clock the President and party will leave the grounds and return to Governor Stanford's residence. That evening the party will be formally received at the - Pavilion by. the State , Agricultural Society. Thursday the party will witness the grand stock parade at the Park at 9 A. it., which will close the re ception programme in Sacramento, the President and paity departing for Chico in the afternoon of Thursday. The Chairman of the Committee on Parade reported a parade to conform to the pro gramme, as follows : 'i-i;' At the Tuesday evening reception at the depot the military escort will consist of the First Infantry Regiment, Colonel Dickinson commanding, and the route of march will be from the depot along Second street to J, to Tenth, to N, to Eighth. Wednesday morn ing the Fir.-t Artillery Regiment, Colonel Haymond, the First Infantry Regiment, Colonel Dickinson, the Sacramento Hus sars, Captain Ruhstaller, the Sacramento Zouaves, Captain Emory, and Sumner Post, No. 3, Grand Army of the Republic, Commander Kent, will constitute the escort, and assemble at 9:30 A. il., sharp, and appear at the corner of _N* and Eighth streets at 9:50 A. 11., sharp, and escort the President and party from there at 10 A. M., sharp, to the Capitol, the route being down N to Seventh, to M, to Tenth, to the main entrance of the Capitol grounds. The mili tary will be drawn up in double columns, either side the entrance, and the President and party will be escorted between the lines by the Reception Committee and the Grand Army of the Republic to the steps of the Capitol, where Governor Perkins will make a welcoming address. At the close of the reception in the Capitol, the military will reform and escort the party to the Park, the route of march to which will be hereafter agreed upon and announced. The route was discussed by the Committee Saturday, and the whole matter referred to the Committee on Parade, which consists of General Shee han, Colonel Haymond, C. H. Hubbard and Commander Kent. It will report a rodte, probably, at the meeting of the Reception Committee to be held at 4 P. a. to-day. The prevailing idea was that the route of march should be about or a little less than two miles. The committee received an application from the Boys in Blue for permission to sere nade the President and General Sherman on Wednesday night, after the return of the party from the Pavilion. The committee ap proved the proposition. • The committee' received a communication from the Grand Army of the Republic asking fur the concurrence of the committee in a proposition to meet the President and General Sherman for one hour, in a private meeting, where the members can greet them personal ly. The matter was referred to the President, the committee agreeing to concur if his con sent is gained. '.'"'' " The Sacramento Society rf California Pio neers applied for a half hour in which to meet the President and party. Action was deferred on this matter until the meeting of the com mittee at noon on Tuesday. 'llie Chairman of the Committee on Parade incidentally stated that the Grand Army of the Republic would be detailed as an especial escort of honor to the President and General Sherman during their entire stay here. During the stay of the Presidential party here, as baa already been stated, their home will beat the residence of Governor Stanford, who entertains it on behalf of the city of Sacramento. It is now ascertained that in the absence of Mrs. Stanford, who is now in Europe, the Governor, in placing bis house at the disposal of the President and his wife, makes Mrs. Hayes the hostess of the estab lishment. The Committee on Reception is to meet at \ 4 P. M. today at the office of George Cad waiader, and invites to be present the Chair men of each of the other committees and urges their attendance^ CITY AUDITOR'S REPORT. E. 11. McKee, City Auditor, makes the following report for the week ending Satur day, September 18, 1880 : Balance on hand last report $93,801 80 Receipts (or the week 2,891 50 Total tf0_,633 42 DISBURSEMENTS. General Fund $1 00 Water Works Fund 171 93 Cemetery Fund 00 00 Street Fund '485 02 Sewer Repair Fund 107 00 Library Fund 302 O.i Ninth, Sixth to Tenth Street ' -jf-- Fund 319 VI .- 1,452 35 Total amount in Treasury J9=,241 07 APPORTIONMENT. S 7-^ V Sinking and Interest Fund. .' »2,482 24 General Fund 11,723 38 Waterworks Fund....*...... 2,622 01 Fire Department Fund 10,510 84 School Fund : .**....:.. 16,801 94 Levee Fund 8,331 28 Cemetery Fund 1,501 S3 Street Kepair Fund 4,149 01 Police Fund 9,188 84 Bond Redemption Fund 16,808 07 Special Water Works Fund 5,400 OS Fire Department Bond and Interest Fund 384 25 Library fund 2,333 8.) Sewer Repair Fund 561 17 Dog Fund 13 80 N, Sixth to Tenth Street Fund 1,152 59 L, Tenth to Fifteenth Street Fund 316 89 O, Fourth to Sixth Street Fund 37 37 . 1 Total $95,211 07 ._* — ■ Cow Stealing. — Two fine milch cows were stolen last Friday night from Mr. McCoy, at Thirty-first and II streets, and as yet no in formation has been obtained in relation to their whereabouts or the parties who took them. " On yesterday morning, at about 3 o'clock, Mr. McCoy caught a well-dressed young man named Frank Quinh from San Francisco in his yard untying another cow, but under the persuasive influence of a well loaded double-barreled shotgun, which he found himself under close range of just as he got the untying done, he concluded to leave the cow after all, and in an embarrassing manner was marched to the police jail, where i he will remain till this forenoon, in order to I tell Judge Henry what he knows about milk. Commercial. — Arrived since our last re port, steamer Varuna, from the upper Sacra mento,' with VArge load of grain in transit for San Francisci ; steamer San Joaquin No. 3, from the upper Sacramento, with barge load of grain for Sin Francisco; San Joaquin No. 2. from San Francisco, with general nier chai disc and barge of lumber to order ; steamer Xeponset, from the tipper Sacra- I mento, with grain, flour and produce. De ! parted — Steamer Varuna and steamer No. 3, j with freight and light barges for the upper Sacramento ; steamer San Joaqnin No. 2. for ] San Fiancisco, wilh barge load of grain ; the ■ steamer I'ioneer, with a barge load of grain, j passed the city for San Francisco. Democratic Meeting —On Saturday eren ing the Fourth Ward Democratic Club held an 1 pen-air meeting at the corner of Tenth and M streets, William Minis presiding. There were about 200 people in attendance, and the audience was quite enthusiastic.:" R. O. Cravens and .others addressed the meet ing. The meeting closed with three cheers for the Dem >cratic ticket. Citt Patments. — The following payments w»re made into the city treasury for the week ending Saturday, September lS:h: K. 1). Scriver, water rates. $137 ; N. A. Kid der, harbor dues, $17 30 ; W. A. Henry, Police Curt fines, $11 50; George A. Put nam, city licenses, $308 01 ; dog licenses, $2 40 ; street assessments, $1,180 72. Total, $2,891 50. ,:>*•?-_:!- V- Black Cashmere, 30-inch, at 35 cents ; black cashmere, 40 inch, at 50 cents ; black cashmere, 45-inch, every thread wool, at 65 cents ; black cashmere, extra heavy, 45-inch, at 90 cents (worth $1 25), at L. Bieu'e, Eighth and J street?.. : * Don't Fail to witness the Stereopticon ex« hibition to take place this evening opposite Postoffice, corni r Fourth and X streets. ? .* "■ : Xaglek Brandt.'— Purest and best in the world. S. R. Middleton, agenV No.' -119 Pine street, San Francisco. -„-:'•;• CAMP BARNES. Encampment of the First Infantry Regi . ment at Richmond Grove. The First Infantry Regiment, Colonel Dickinson, arrived here from San Francisco, by special train, about . 6 A. JM. yesterday. The men breakfasted at the Western and the officers at the Arcade, and the line of march was then taken up for Richmond Grove, where at 8:30 A. M. the regiment halted in "Camp Barnes." The regiment is officered as follows : Colonel, J. H. Dickinson ; Lieu tenant-Colonel, Walter Trrnbull ; First Lieu tenant George W. Reed, Adjutant; First Lieutenant Frank Buxton, Ordinance Offi cer ; Major A. M." Wilder, Surgeon ; First Lieutenant William E. Hale, Commissary ; First Lieutenant James Kipp, Paymaster ; First Lieutenant George H. Strong, Inspec tor Rifle Practice. . Company H — Captain, H. P. Bush; First Lieutenant, .. Alf. W. Seley ; Second Lieutenant, C. T. Wil son. Company C Captain, H. S. Terapleton. Company F — Captain, George M. Gaylord ; First Lieutenant, Charles F. Holyoke; Sec ond Lieutenant, Edward K. Swain. Com pany D — Captain, George D. Harvey ; First Lieutenant, Vincent Kingwell ; " Second Lieutenant, H. M. Green. Company E— Captain, Joshua H. Robertson ; First Lieu tenant, J. N. Lanfenberg. Company B — Captain, Edwin F. Selleck ; First Lieutenant, J. C. B. llebbard ; Second Lieutenant, Paul E. Scott. Non-Commissioned Staff — Ser geant Major, George Leonard ; Ordnance Sergeant, J. S. Oppenheim ; Commissary Sergeant, James B. Ford ; Color Sergeant, F. A. Radowsky ; Quartermaster Sjrgeant, C. M. Mayberg (also Regimental Drum Major) ; ' Acting Regimental "• Color-bearer, J. S. Williamson ; Principal Musician, Vic tor Hue Paris ; Hospital Steward, W. E. Conlan. The regiment has a full drum corps of 22, and a full band of 21 pieces, brass and reed. Rank and file, the regiment musters 330. The first regimental orders issued at Camp Barnes were promulgated soon after entering camp, and were as follows : . ?>:■..: ;■;,.;. HsiixiCAßTitßS First Infantry _Reoi.me.nt, "1 Second Brioade, N. G. C. !- Camp minks, Sacramento, September 19, ISSO. J [Regimental Orders No. 23.) ' • . * ■'.■*■■ ■ I. Serjeant George Teller, of Company F, is hereby detailed as acting Serjeant Major during the present encampment, or until such time as the res ilient arrives. 11. Private J. 11. Williamson, of Company D, is hereby detailed as Regimental Color-bearer, with the rank of Sergeant while so acting. 111. Private William E. Contains hereby appointed Hospital Steward, with rank from September IS, IbSO. AH the above will be obeyed and respected accordingly. IV. The call for . each day will be posted in a ' c.nspicuous place iv the center street of the camp and must be read and observed by the command. A failure to be in camp at the time specified will cause the delinquent to be kept in camp during the next day. V. Passes or furloughs must be obtained from the compiny commanders by all men going back to San Francisco, and also by any one coming out after taps, or being out at any time when the camp is not op 11. 7 1 VI. Any member of this command out of camp at anytime when the camp is not open, without a pass, wi 1 be treated as absent without leave and will be punished accordingly. By order of Colonel Dickinson GEORGE W. REFD, First Lieutenant and Adjutant. Last evening the " Daily Calls" were posted as follows : SA. M., reveille ; 5:15 A. li., roll-call ; 5:30 A. m , fatigue ; 5:45 A. M., recall from fatigue and company drill ; 6:15 A. m., breakfast ; 7 A. M., battalion drill ; 8:30 A. M., recall from battalion drill ; 8:45 A. M., Orderly call ; 9:30 A. M., camp open till 5 P. M.; 12:30 P. M, dinner; 5:15 P. M., dress parade assembly ; 5:30 p. M., dress pa rade, Adjutant's call ; (J P. M., guard mount ing ; 0:30 P. M, retreat and — camp oven until 10 p. M.; 10 P. M tattoo assem bly ; 10:15 P. M., roll-call; 10:40 P. if., taps, extinguish lights. The Officer of the Day yesterday was Capt. Bush and the Officer of the Guard Lieut. Ilolyoke. For to-day the Officer of the Day will be Captain Gaylord and the Officer of the Guard Lieutenant Hebbard. The camp is pitched upon the high ground on the southwest of the Grove. The grounds are not quite so sheltered or retired as at East Park beyond Thirty-first, but there is more elbow room, and the contiguity of the camp to the city railway lines and iti near ness to the city makes this location the better one. - The camp consists of 47 Sibley and 22 wall tents. There are four streets and avenue F. The companies are located in this order : Right, Companies 11, X and : left, Companies 11, I) and C. Company II has the right of the regimental line, Company F the center, and Company C the left of- the line. . Last evening the camp was illuminated, a bundled colored lanterus lieing hung upand down and across the streets, beside numerous lamps with rtfl.-ctors, here and there. Soon after the illumination was c (inplete the drum corps took, op its tuition at the head of avenue F in front of the flagstaff arid an the tetreat was beaten the fl.ii; came down on the run ami " night in camp " set in. The solen did band of the command then came out and took up its position in front, of headquarters and entered upon an open-air concert, which was a rare treat to those so for tunate as to be present. The band never played to better advantage. All the surround lnelj lent a charm to the music. Amidst the half obscurity of the camp, the swinging lights and gaudy lanterns, the dim distances of the avenues, the shads of the foliage, half broken by the struggling beams of the full DIM 3, the muffled murmur if hundreds of v .ices, as the soldiers and their guests moved about between the white walls of this minia ture towu, with the strains of melody sweep ing through the trees or dying away upon the evening air, the looker-on could Lot resist the restful and dreamy charm of the atmosphere by which surrounded, but was willing to linger there, all other things forgot, until the imperative " taps " should warn ofthe close of camp, and the desired absence, of all civilians. The regiment has been under the command of Col. Dickinson but about two months. When he took charge it was in need of some severe disciplining. Perfect harmony exists between the companies, and the officers and men thor oughly understand each other now and are united in the common purpose to keep the regimental reputation up to the hi.' he st stand ard attainable by national guardsmen. To this end - this encampment will be .. made as thorough a school of instruction as is possible, and as much rigor will be ex ercised as is practiced in the regular service — at least as near an approach as is possible for militiamen will be made to it. The First Regiment is a fine body of men. It is pleased with Sacramento and Sacra mento is pleased with it. If the citizens gave for its present encampment no pecuniary aid i . this year it was not fur lack of good feeling I and high esteem, cor ef the just pride Sacra j mentaas take in the citizen soldiery. The I regiment is here and has a cordial welcome from all. During the encampment Major- General Barnes and staff will visit the camp. The First Artillery Regiment, Sacramento, Colonel Haymond, will also call and bid the visitors welcome, and the independent mili tary companies will also present*? their com pliments. It is probable, also, that General Sheelian and stalf will visit the camp, and there is seme expectation that General- Mc- Comb and staff will come . up from San Francisco. >;.'-» 7 ' The officers and men of the regiment get their meals, if they choose, at the dining tables of J. B. Kueny, in the Grove, he sup. plying four large tables with substantial food. Many of the men come to the city, however, for dinner. - . -rH^Ly.:.'. . .' Military Reception.— Companies A, B and G, and the Governor's Guard, of the First Artillery Pediment, N. G. C, will as semble on J street, corner of Second, Wednes day morning to receive and pay military honors to the First Infantry Regiment, now encamped in this city. It will »lso join wiih that regiment as escort to the Commander-in- Chief of the Army of the United States. Grocery BI'RGLABizEi). — The grocery of Emil Bayer, at the corner of Second and O street*, was burglarized Saturday night. Entrance was made through the transom of the back door and money taken - from tills amounting to $7 or $8. A hatchet was left in the grocery, brought from some other premises, which may lead to the identity of the party. ■*• 7* Building Machinery.— have been received by Wm. Guttenbsrger, of the Sacra mento Foundry, on Front street, for the con struction of a -_.5-ln.rrse power engine Eat 801 l - ing parties at Reno, lie has also contracted to build a 10 stamp mill for a Sacramento mining company, to 03 taken to a new loca tion. This mill is to be run by water power. Art Gallebt Opened.— Crocker art gallery is to be opened on Tuesday and Friday i of this week, from 10 to 4 o'clock, for the benefit of fie Howard Benevolent Society. Tbe above art | gallery is one of the finest in the United States, and will well repay a visit by lovers of art. ' '-. Exhibition.— Beginning to-night, there will bs every evening this week a free exhibi tion of the oxy-hydrogen _ light, showing the finest of stereoptican views from famous oil paiitinß", statuary, etc., all shown frtm hj roof of the Mechauics' ttore, Fourth and X streets. 7- Don't Fail to witness the Stereopticon ex hibition to take place this evening opposite I'ostoflice, comer Fourth and X streets. * :■■ "Bewark of imitations in Rock and Rye. Trade-mark filed in this State and Nevada. Geo. W. Chaslejr, sole agent. 77_ * THE STATE CAMP MEETING. The State Camp Meeting closed its session last evening with a large audience in attend ance. ..During the afternoon and evening the streets leading to East Park were thronged, and the largest attendance was upon the grounds that has been seen since the meeting commenced. The meetings which have ■ occurred since our last report have been well attended and much interest manifested. The early meet ing at 7:30 A. m. on Saturday was very spirit ed, and was conducted by Elder Frederick Fenu, of Sau Francisco. ,-"-' At 9A. 11. the final session of the Conven tion was opened, Elder Dibble in the chair. Prayer was offered by Professor ■ Elston, of Woodland, after which further reports from churches were made as follows : From Church at — Holds regular services every Lord's di\y ; membership sev enty, and maintains a Sunday school with average attendance of forty. Church at Grass Valley— No pastor; has nineteen members. Elder G. Sharp, of San Francisco, was ap pointed a delegate to attend the Oregon State meeting to be held in November. The State Board was authorized to J procure a tent for evangelical purposes. Elder E. B. Ware presented the following resolutions : Resolved, That we do hereby repudiate the name Campbellite so often used to designate us as a relig ious body, but we attinu our adhe3i.ul to tue names only given by Christ. - Resolved; That wo do hereby repudiate the name Reverend as an officii] title for our ministers— that word being used only in connection with the Deity in the Holy Scriptures (Ps. iii., 9). The State Board were authorized to incor porate the organization. The following resolution was presented, and, upon motion, unanimously adopted : Resolved, That the thanks of this Convention be tendered— l irst, to the brethren .if Sacramento, for their hospitality during the continuance of this meeting ; second, to Mr. Hubert Melon, for his kind ness a.-.d generosity- in giving us the use of these grounds; third, to the Adjutant-General of the state, (or his courtesy in furnishing tents for our use during the meeting ; fourth, to the press nf Sacra mento, for the : courtesy in publishing the proceed ings, anil for notices given of our meetings ; fifth, to the committee of arrangements, for the ample preparations made for the entertainment and com. fort of those in attendance on these meetings. 222: '..}. On motion of Elder E. B. Ware, the Con vention adjourned, to reassemble at the next annual meeting. The usual preaching service was he'd at 11 A. M., when Elder J. H. McCullough dcliv ! ered an interesting discourse upon the subject of "The Door." At 2 P. 31. the final meeting of the Woman's Home Missionary Society was called to or der by the Secretary. Mrs. Sue E. Grant, of Woodland, was elected Secretary pro tern. Reports of agents from San Fraueisco, Modesto, Hanford, Vacaville, Saratoga, Co lusa, Xora Dell and El Monte were re ceived. Reports of officers were then re ceived, as follows : ..•""-'V. The Secretary reported that in accordance with instructions of the Society given at the last annual meeting, 500 copies of the Con stitution and By-laws and proceedings of the Society have been printed and distributed. About 100 letters aid thirty ' postal cards were written by her. Three blank books were purchased. Three additional agents were secured during the year. Orders on the treasury in favor of the Sac ramento mission were countersigned to the amount of i'J7 60, as follows : Iv favor of Mrs. Jane Pendegast, widow of the late mis sionary, $'.!* 25 ; and for exiienses of Society, 827 10. Total receipts, $307 50 ; total dis bursements, §143 85 balance on hand, $103 65. :V;-*t-\'T-:2V V '■ ; ,w7 The Treasurer reported that he had re ceived from the Secretary, and receipted therefor, §307 50 ; total disbursements, §143 85 ; balance in treasury, §103 65. On motion, the Committee on Building Fund was retained for the year. ;-*-o_"'' On motion, the present Board of Directors were reelected, as follows : Mrs. Angie B. Martin, of Santa Rosa, President; Mrs. Lydia F. Lose, of San Francisco, Secretary ; Mrs. Sue E. Grant, of Woodland, Treasurer. An address followed by Elder J. H. Mr- Cullough, missionary for the Sau Francisco mis ion. ._»•_.-' ,-■;.,, '-.*'■«• ",'2*2i Total amount of contributions for the com ing year, $100 paid, and 20,000 feet of rough lumber subscribed for building a church in San Francisco, -'■_■ •"--;*- WV A resolution was offered and adopted au thorizing the Board to procure its incorpora tion. ' ".' '," " ■ ",. , The meeting was on motion then adjourned till the first Monday of the next annual State meeting, to be held at Woodland, 1881. .-^-. 7 At 3 P.M. Elder James Login preached, taking for his subject " Faith." In the evening Elder Proctor preached to a iarL'e andien c upon Baptism.* I . Yesterday the morning prayer service wa3 led by Elder N. A. Walker. This was fol lowed with the Sunday-school at 9a. M., which was conducted by Mr. li..yt. \i «7 7 .'. At the 11 o'clock service ] the attendance ! was large, end Elder Proctor filled the desk, 1 having for li s subject " The La* Conflict." At 3 r. M. a communion service was held, and was f Rowed with a sermon by Eider Moss of Oregon, upon "The Sacrifice of Cain and AbeL" • 7" '""7*j7 *•'" In the evening, at the final service. Elder J. H. Mct'ullough of San Francisco, gave a discourse upon "The Conditions of Suc cessfully Seeking after God." The attend ance was large at tha dosing exercises, and those who have been in attendance upon the meetings state that it has been a very satis factory and successful meeting, although not as large as expected. The condition of the churches throughout the State are reported as very favorably The best of feeling and order has prevailed during the entire meeting, and a general expression of regret was given by the campers that the time had arrived to strike tents and leave the grounds. Metropolitan Theater.— At the Metro politan Theater this evening, under the man-_ agement of Thomas Maguirc, the Baldwin Theater company will appear. It includes James O'Neill, Miss Adeline Stanhope (her first appearance in Sacramento), Fred. De Belleville (his first appearance in Sacra mento), Jean Clara Walter--, A. D. Bradley, Virginie Thorns, John W. Jennings, Annie Adams, E. N. Thayer, Little Maud Adams, F. G. Ross and others. Mr. O'Neill is a prime favorite here, and his reappearance will greatly plea»e many admirers.* Of the others of the company some are strangers, but come warmly recommended by the press of the metropolis. The play to-night will be An Orphan of -the State." It is a sensa tional play by the author of "The Two Or phans," "A Celebrated Case" and other popular plays. The theater has been thor oughly renovated and many needed improve ments made. Police — Arrests were made in this city during Saturday ami Sunday as follow*) : Thomas Brock, for battery, by offi cers Ferral and Rider ; Charles Ward, steal ing ride on car.', by officer Fredericks ; Ra phael V.i-n'if-', common drujk, by officer Campbell ; Michael .Thomas, two charges of battery, by officer Carroll ; .Take Weaver, drank, by officers Ferral, Jackson and Caf ferty, and most of the boys of the Second Ward ; Harry Ferguson, drunk, by officer Frazee ; Robert Percell, common drunk — only let out of the County Jail on Friday— hv officers Jackson and Ostwaldt ; Lillie Williams, disturbing the peace, by special officer Scott and citizen Gonnet ; Mollie Koberts, drunk, by officer Lee ; Frank (.^'linn, burglary, by local officer McCoy. When the President Will Arrive.— Mayor Turner received the following dispatch yesterday: " San Francisco, September 10th, 1880. Hon. Jabez Turner, Mayor and Chair man of Citizens' Reception mittee, Sac ramento : The President and party will arrive at Sacramento at the hour of 6 P. M. on Tues day, the 21st instant, as nearly 83 practicable. The President visits the navy yard at Mare Island and . UnitPd States Arsenal, Benicis, on that day. . W. T. Sherman." It will therefore be teen that the reception of the President will be conducted strictly in accord ance with the programme, as reported in the proceedings of the Reception Committee, pub lished in another column. _;•.-' Test Case to Decide.— lt ii stated by those interested in this ' city, that the test case which is being prepared for submission to the Supremo Court, to obtain a decision as to the necessity of electing j county offi.-ers this fall, will come up and probably be decided the present week. Th» case will be brought in San Francisco, and it is expected will be brought in the form of an application for a mandamus to compel the Commissioners to issue a call for an electi in. Cri'Eltt to Animals.— The esse of the People vs. C. A. Smith, charged with cruelty to animals, came up before Justice Gilmer on Saturday. It appeared upon the trial that Smith I procured a horse and carnage last mouth from the stable of William Milgate, and that the horse died in consequence of his overdriving. | At the conclusion of the trial the defendant was found guilty of the charge, and will receive 1 the judgment of the Court to-day. - : .... :.■"_•;. .-, -• • "Don't Fail to witness the" Stereopticon ex hibition to take ' place this evening opposite Postoffice, comer Fourth and X streets. .. * '. New Styles of Buttons, of every descrip ti in, at L. Bien's, Eighth and J street*. * - Camel's Hair Cloth, 15 cents a yard, at L. Bien's, Eighth and J streets. 7 ;V*V BRIEF NOTES. William Johnston, Miss Bella Johnston, Mi-s Mattie Johnston, J. W. Boyd and wife, Sacrameuto, passed Omaha Saturday, to ar rive September 22d. ••.. ii _- James G. Fair and party parsed Omaha in a special car yesterday, to arrive September 23d. " ■ VVV- 7 F. O. Deveres, of Sacramento, will arrive from the East this morning by overland train. Alarm of Fire.— An alarm of fire was turned in at Box No. 35, located at Seventh and J streets, about 10 o'clock last evening, caused by tire in a box of waste paper at the Lull House. Upon arrival of the Fire De partment the paper had been extinguished and they returned again to quarters. 7 Yob can buy for cash, at the Cash Grocery of H. H. Paulk, No. 814 X street : Choice pickled roll butter, per roll, CO cents ; 8 pounds granulated sugar, $1 ; 12 pounds rice fjr $1 ; choice Calif -ruia sugar-cured hams, per pound, 13 cents ; 1 gall new mixed pickles, 40 cents; 5-pound beat "M. .M. & Co." tea. "?'-'.* Besides being a fine bitter, and an excel lent appetizer, the IXL Bitters, when taken immediately after meals, is a sure cure for dyspepsia or indigestion, as the certificates on the back cf each bottle will amply verify.* I Have Tried Hammers Cascara Sagrada Bitters, and find they are all they are recom mended to be. O. N. Cronkite. Sacramento. HUNTINGTON, HOPKINS & GO., , ." — IMPORTERS OK • Hardware, Iron, Steel and Coal, S.MKAWE.ST© A\D §A\ FRANCISCO, CALL TIIE ATTENTION OF 7 SPORTSMEN In Till 111 Large and Complete Stock or English and American BREECH -LOADING 000000 j:OOOO0O«'.)«OJI««OOSIO ii shotguns, ii ree ' » ; :JLoo»oooooo0ooooooooooo->-;o WINCHESTER BIFLES, REVOLVERS, Hazard and Oriental Powder, IIUOP AID CHILLED SHOT, Wads, Caps, Pin an Central Fire Cartridges, POWDER-FIASKS, SHOT-POUCHES AND BELTS, i 7 GAME BAGS. ETC. 1 HVX3E»OitT*nS*K.-S. T -i — " 1.1 - —1 ■ -■ ■■—■_■■■;■ JUST ARRIVED: VENABLE'S " DE SOT )" C. C. . . .... (3 and 4 02.) VENABLE'S " POMONA" Br. J. Cinch TWIST. VENABLE'S "POMONA" Br J. 7-oa, 12 inch TWIST. VENABLE'S "AUMID.V LED TAG, 7 oz., 12-inch TWIST. VENABLE'S "CHIEF" R. & R BARS, 15 oz. (new) LIGGETT It. MYERS CO.'S TOBACCOS styles) "DURHAM" ani "OLD HOME". SMOKING TOBACCO (11 sizes) STANDARD REFINERY SYRUP (car-load) SCHUMACHER'S OAT MEAL.... (ear-load) BEECH RUN BOURBON WHISKY. N. E. P. COS CLAMS. 1 .;.".' (2s) FAIRBANKS & LIBBY, McNEILL & LIBBY'S CORNEU BEEF. "ROYAL" HAMS..... .(car-load) ONE CAST ~ (10/00) KEY WfST CIGARS— (Fred. K. dc Bary & Co , New York— Fine). . 800 Pkgs JAPAN TEA, Our own brumls, ex ship ••franc." Adams, McNeill & Go., _■_, ' ' ' : 1- I WaOLESALK CHOCEHB. I + i- -91,93 anil 95 Front street, Sacramento. WHITTIER, FULLER _ 00., Manufacturers and Dealers In Paints, Moldings, Oils, Mirrors, Glass, ... : Pictures, : Windows, '■ Frames, Doors, Cornices, Blinds, Brackets, Wall Paper, Etc., Etc, ALSO. A Full Supply of ARTISTS' MATERIALS. ORLEANS BUILDING, ■ ■ . » * _--.;-- - '--. - ' ■■■•'• Sos. 1029 and l»tt Second st. Bacramento . .^_._—^^^^_,..m. M.>i;mGtom&>B&&?!iabz*X!Sf)m*x_Ma£l^OGS^ -OFFICE OF — JAMES I. FELTER & CO., Orleans Building. No. 10.6 and 1018 Second street, between J nud K. S ___ffL CS It ___. j_*E XI 93* to, IMPORTERS ANO WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS. SPECIAL NOTICE (STATE FAIR, 1880): . WE INVITO. OUR PATRONS AXD FRIENDS, WHO ANTICIPATE VISITING S\CRVMENTO during FAIR WEF.K to notify us at once, and we will find ROOMS tat than ' ' w_ffi l Zsu«s , «M.™'- J '^ r " tT ™ m arrlT " h " e •■ lh ' ' M **» ttm} ?t " d M^.FOR. MEDICINAL PURPOSES i roi's d «'iiE'iF.i"> «a.\i xe).. ......*.. .:\:::.1. ..;..2. :1 : .'5.. :::..... ....cnr5irv* PE4CH AND HONEY «in*i»v« PIKE OLD lII*. WHISKY IHIMM* I'l KF OLD 1.01 RBON WHISKY ... - L'Hralin FItENCH KKINOY ; I'HFHLKYS I'l .1(1 Mil KKANHY . CIIFM FY'S ITU* AND OLO POUT MINE ."." .'. lIILSLKI'S tS Tho Medical Faculty arc daily prescribing for the above goods from my well selected stock. -"KJ G-BOZtGrS "XKT. C"_aCjE!SX_.JES*^Z-, No. 51 From siren, Sarrnmcnto AH. WACHHORST, £ ! Gold aid Silver l atclies, Diamonds and Jewelry. £3" TUE LEADENG JEITEI.EK OF I< KAMENTO. "V 4 LARGEST STOCK! GREATEST VARIETY I FINEST GOODS/ LOWEST PRICES tST In daily receipt of New Goods, direct from the factories, hence all my customers receive th« benefit of buying from first hands. £& Sign of the Town Clock,©;-. ! j__±C__. NO. 31". J STREET. BET. TIIIRD AND FOI'KTH, UAIIENTO. <&).<& INSTATE FAIR, 1880. THE IXL STORE! Just Received ! Just Received ! Latest Styles ! Latest Styles ! MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING, Hats, Boots and Slioes, Fine Furnishing Goods ! Trunks, Valises and Satchels I Prices Defy Competition! All Goods Marked in Plain Figures! QI*J:E3 PKICE TO __-A.X_.X_-s ! SAMUEL NATHAN & CO., I X L STORE, NOS. 519 AND 519' J STKEET, BETITEIS FIFTH AND SIN 1 11. SACRAMENTO wt_m_mmM^mmmmß^BammmmK*aafemaKmm^MmmK3mmm*jmmm*x:^m*mmL*mmmmm^ tßsJ£fl BUY THE - j^jari|nH.BTDSSßAm lAGOE, Tiie Best Wagon in the Market. il>Ql/r J S^*^^^^^^ram^^^^S A large Ai«orlmeitl of FARM, FBMCUT \ ~2^~<^2 . -. 7^~"~b^£~- -' on SPBIMJ WAV n ii-t_.Mlj li l.aud STUDEBAKER BROS. MANUFACTURING CO., SM'KVHI'MO lIRAMK. 'ill nml 219 J STREET. JuS-Uaswlmfl CARPET AND FURNITURE HOUSE No. 411 E Street, between Fourth and Fifth. tS. FIXE riISMTIISF. Will! A FFLI 11XE «F CUIPF.TS, KTI. Til «alBBi-l 3! 214 SS_t_-S_i & J STREET, BETWEEN SECOND AND THIRD. HAYING ENLARGED AMD THOROUGHLY REFITTED MY STORE, I AM NOW PREPARED TO wait on my old c stumors ani any others that n: v f nor ire v.-ith a call I never mUrcprctiCul b>l gootla, nor deal in any imitation goods. 1 would call particular i ttention to my stock of Trusses, Supporters, Shoulder Braces and Elastic Stockings, Pl'ltE OltlGS A.VO til 1.11 Hi IS, AMI FIRE LIQFOKS FOIt MEDICIXAL ISE. S. B. RIDGWAY, APOTHECARY AND PHARMACIST. ■IMI i mama i— -ii wmi iiii — I ■■■ ii X —■ e_W««_W^»*W*»*»*W^*W*a**M*MMWW^«***_W_^^ i ■itiwiii mrfni i -_******* ■ HIS BOSTON DRUG STORE, ff A COMPLETE STOCK OF DRUGS AND CHEMICALS. TRY BVIY FEVER AftSD AGUE CURE, SOLD ONLY BY ■■.• :v2 2':,. -.7* .;_ ADOLPH WALTHER, Northeast cor. Third and J streets. m^^^^^ m^^ m^ m^ a^ mmmmmtm^m^_am^^t^mmmom^m^mK^mi^ma^m^i^m^mmmaamtm^a^^^^m_____f^^^^i^i^^^^^___amm^m'.^^K^^ ff CALIFORNIA DRUG STORE, ff Southeast corner X and Sixth streets. A Full Assortment of Drags, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Wines, ituAMiv, toils* riots, ETC O" Prescriptions Carefully Prepare! at any l.our, day or night. [s93plm] A, F. TRAFTON. " i . .* ■-..,,r^r.,r. -.,,*- S. GOLDMAN, Libra LE AND RETA'L Northwest e«.r. Serord nml J streets. IN OBO! X TO FACILITATE TRADE, I WILL tend, on appli ation, P2IMED PI'HK LISTS. Subject to the Tally. Charges ln the Price of Goods. 7 '-■ - THE BEST OF NEW JAPAN AND CHINA TEAS. 43- The Finest Selection of Costa Rica and Java Coffees, and all other Goods belonging to a First-class Grocery House. :_.'>• :'.'v 77 '-.-.' S. GOLDMAN, Corner Second and .1 streets, Sacramento. s!5-3plm , Mammoth & Importations ! By the Leading Clothiers, S. J.3STATHAN& CO. Nos. 301, 303 and 305 X St., Northeast cor. Third. LATEST NEW YORK STYLES IN MEN'S, YOUTHS' MD I BOYS' CLOTHING ! , AH made expressly for n« In onr manufactory, So. 78 Keade street, Sew *'* *» under the personal superintendence of our M«. .Mt NATHAN, who has hud -5 years' experience In the Kelall tlothliis Trade In this eliy. "lie hare not enumerated our Mink, but in lie Inspection. FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, TRUNKS, SATCHELS, ETC., i* ALL SELECTED WITH CARE, AND PURCHASED FROM FIRST HANDS, ALL OF WHICH -_.'. Z'2- ARE OFFERED AT EX*EMELY ; LOW PRICES BY THE OX.D _R£H.IA_BIiS HOUSE S. J". ■ ]STA.TH^ISr & CO., Nos. 301, 303 and 305 X street, , Northeast Corner ™« _ ' New York Fsoiory : No. 78 Resde street. 7 San Francisco Wholesale House : No. » Eattery tsr nnv'T vail TO KCK AITR riniuiT AT THE fcTATF. FAIR 1 ** ' . «X FOR SALE OR LEASE. Grand Hotel Property J SITUATED ON THE CORNER OK FRON. and X streets, Sacramento city, directly oj- posit* the steamboat landing, and near the rail- depot. The best location la the city for a betel and business property. Will be sold low, with fa tor- able terms as to payments, er leased tor a term <f rears at a low rental. Inquire of CADWALADER & PARSONS, No. 81 J street, Sacramento ; or S. ¥ DFWT-Y. 80S Pine street. Sm- Francisco ao^ 3p<f ■VIT3ES-X3E»X*EJ I> IRON-STONE SEWER PIPE Terra Colts Chimney ripe. Tops, CAPS, VASES,'' FLOWER TOTS, FIRE BRICK, Fire Cay, etc.; GUINEAN'S PATENT SPRING FILTER, Bundock's Cutter Cooler. ffSTONEWARE'a or ALL rRSCRIFTIO.VS. -ECOBBY A; SnCZTXX, ' So. 317 J street,.. .... Sacramento, t'al. | "7_V7 17-Splm, _?;':