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THE DAILY RECORD UNION.
MONDAY ..■■■.. ...XOYEMBEg 8. 1880.
8 final Corp* Beport— November 7, 1880. ■;
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8:02r. M....:. 80.05 62 ! 51 ; iB. 4 ■ .'.'.'. Fair
M jr. ther., 72 degrees. Mm. ther., 40. '.e^recs.
ADVERTISEMENT - MENTION.
Sherman's educated horses— New season.
I. O. 0. F., Sacramento Lod;e — Funeral notice
to-day.
Summons— English vs. Olsen.
I- O. O. F., Rcbekah Degree L™ l ? 6 — Funeral
noun.
Card— Mrs. D. V. Mason.
• German girls want situations.
I Lansing's ranch for sale or rent.
Lost — A gold ear-ring.
K. of ll.— California Lodge tonight. '
Auction.
Last week of Wilson's dry goods auction.
Business Advertisements.
The coming event.
Foothill farm for tale— Carl Strobel. :
Sewer and chimney pipe— Hobby & Smith.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.
Purchase of Grace Ohubch.— At the
close of the morning services in the Episcopal
Chnrch yesterday a meeting was held by the
St. Paul Church Society, which now rents
and occupies the church edifice known as the
Grace Cnurch property, to take steps looking
to its purchase. It was resolved to make the
■■•!..! -•■, if sufficient money can jbe raised
by subscription to make cash payment there
for and leave the society ' free from debt.
The following committee was appointed to
make a canvass to raise money for this pur
pose: A. A. Van Voorhies, W. A. Hough
ton, B. 1). Kennedy, J. H. Carroll, Dr. .F. F.
Montgomery, K. O. Cravens, James L. Eng
lish. A committee consisting of B. D. Ken
nedy, W. A. Houghton and W. B. Maydwell
has also been appointed- to Bee what arrange
ments can be made to purchase the property
from the Directors of the People's Bank,
who cow hold the title. The ladies of the [
Guild were also requested to appoint a com- j
mittee at their next weekly meeting to solicit
subscriptions for rector's salary and other
church expenses for the coming year, to avoid
contracting any debt.
Police Court.— ln the Police Court Satur
day, judgment was passed up«n W. O'Neil,
for battery, and he is required to pay a fine
of $*')! 50. The charges of battery against
— Maran were dismissed upon request of the
prosecuting witness. M. Shawl was fined SI
and costs for disturbing the peace, and J.
Morrison the sain" amount for battery. John
1 loach wan fined $5 for being caught drunk.
John Kane, alias " Scotty," was examined
upon a charge of petty larceny, and was dis
charged as innocent of . the charge. The case
of R. Biggs, for disturbing the peace, wag
continued until to-morrow, and the case of
Ah Kee, for the same charge, was continued
till to-day. The cases for robbery against
Charles King, Martin Molloy. Frank Clark.
John Haggerty and Joseph Williams, were
also before the Court and occupied the greater
part of the day ; all were held to answer to
the Superior Court in the sum of $2,000 each,
except King, whose case was taken under
advisement till to-day.
Fkeight Movements,— The following car
loads of freight were received in this city
sines last report : 16 of wood, lof wheat, 1
of lime, 3 of iron, 1 of hogs, 2of flour, 3 of
wool, 6 of lumber, 2 of grapes, 2 of bolts, 1
of nail-. 2of apples, 4 of coal, 1 of ground
barley, 3 of heels, 2of salmon, 1 of car
materials, 1 of barley,' 3 of " coal oil, 1 of
whisky, 3 of granite, 1 of cement, 3 of rails,
2 of canned fruit. Also, the following
through carloads East were forwarded : 24
of barley, 2 of quicksilver, 3 of whalebone,
'S< of wool, 7 of merchandise, 7 of wine, 1 of
honey, 4 of hops, 1 of currants, 3 of sugar, 1
of green fruit, 4 of salmon, 3 of beans, 1 of
canned fruit, 1 of prunes, 1 of champagne, 1
if water ripe, 1 of hides, 1 of boras, sof
rails.
Isjuhei).— George Meller, who makes
cement pipes, patent stone flues, etc., at
Tenth arid Q streets, was on Saturday driv
ing along Eleventh street with a load of
;„•<• <k from his factory, when near the corner
of P street a runaway team belonging to C.
A. La Vel!e collided with his wagon.. The
nil :)ck overturned Meller'a wagon and threw
some of the heavy material in. the vehicle
upon him. Meller is a large and heavy man,
and the fall, together with the d' scent of the
pipes up .n him, injured him very severely.
Au.ong his other injuries he suffered a dislo
cation of the knee joint. He was conveyed
to the residence of his son on Q street, be
tween Tenth and E'eventb, and is receiving
every care and attention.
Officers Installed. — evening
Mrs. M. A.Alsip, Lodge Deputy, installed the
officers of Siloam Lodge, .No. 2.1. O. G. T.,
for the current quarter, as follows : W. C. T ,
John H. MeOaughaii ; W. It. H. S., Hattie
Ackley ; \V. L. H. S., Mrs. F. Risdon ;
W. V. T, Mrs. Jessie Storch ; W. Chap.,
Mrs. C. P. Huntoon ; W. S., Henry M.
Lande» ; W. A. S., Katie Johns ; W. F. S.,
J. M. Baight; W. T., L. C. Chandler ; W.
M., W. Forbes; W. D. M., Frankie Van
dercook ; W. 1 G., Mr-.. K. Rider ; W. 0.G.,
Frank H. Kiefer ; P. W. C. T., Dr. W. O.
Thrailkill. After the installation refresh
ments were served, and speeches for the cause
were made.
Merchandise Report.— The following
freight for Sacramento passed Ogden on the
4th : For Adams, McNeill & Co., 8 packages
tobacco ; R. Stone & Co., 3 cases whips ;
Locke, Livenson & Co., 1 case dry goods;
Weinstock & Lubin, 11 cases boots; C. H.
Stevens, 1 case dry g ods ; Hunting ton,
Hopkins k Co . 23 plates ir«n, 200 kegs nails ;
Standard Oil Company, 270 cases oil; W. A.
it C. 8. Houghton, 5 boxts paper; Hall,
Luhrs & Co., 24 barrels hams; Liudley
Co., 50 bixes codfish, 15 cases bacon.
Wouship of Ancestors.— Yesterday fore
noon, while some native Chinese missiona
ries were holding a street meeting at the cor
ner of Third and I streets, one of the listen
ers became greatly incensed because th« mis- j
sionary spoke against worshiping ancestors.
One Chinaman picked up a Urge stone, and
was about to reduce the number of Christian
Chinese when he was prevailed upon to .ie*i*t.
He finally laid down his weapon, but told the
ppeakei that if he was out in the country he
would b3 " killed this day, sure."
Flood at the Capitol. — Some one left a
water- faucet in the standing hat-in '■ of the
Assembly Sergeant-at-Arm3 room at the
Capitol, open on Friday night, and as a
result the room and the Controller's business
ofhee btjow were both fl >oded before morn
ing. Toe damage is by no means incr>n»ider
abl-\ and it will be some time before the
rooms can be thoroughly diied out, the dam
aged carpel* replaced, and ' the wall surfaces
lie restored to their orignal condition.
Nut ■ArPRTHESDED.— Upon the arrival of
officers Jackson and Lee at Fiocklin on Sat
urday, it proved that the man who had been
arrested then as Ed. C.Muir, who escaped
from the city jail on Friday nUrht, was not
the man wanted, and he is still at large. Mnir
was seen to Jii.p upon the train, but it was
fouid the next miming .hy the tr:icka of his
stockit g ftet that he simply passed through
hetwteu the cans and after going to his home
in Washington departed.
Rifle Shootisc.— At the regular monthly
shooting of the Sacramento' Rifle Club, held
at Scott's ranch, yesterday, the following
score was made :. Circle Target— F.Knauer
101 sioitit*, A Ackerman 100. F. ihstallt-r
<18 F Ualler97. V. SchulerOS. (>. Hartig92
Via' Target— Ku'>i.-taller 20 flags, A. Ac
k«man IS, F. Haller 10, O. Hartig 14, F.
Knauer 13, F. Schuler 11.
Kivkr Obstructions.— ln addition to the
obstructions to navigation at Fremont bar, a
difficulty is now also being experienced at the
Six-mile" bar, which is cix miles above :>acra
' metito. "■■: ...'■"„ ' :
Tbai>f.-M\rk.— was filed on Satur
day with the Secretory of State the claim of
Kane, O'Leary & Co. to the [ Morning Glory
Old Bourbon trade-mark. -
Dbad Agaix — State Democrat, pub
lished, deceased 'and resurrected several
times in ' this city, has again given up the
ghost. - ';"'
This Week is the U-t opportunity our
people will have of purchasing from the
"Wilton good*. -; ' .- :,'r ,■■■■ :
Ohh Hi-.vdbed Puces Assorted Dbess
Goods * half wool, reduced to 12$ cents a yard,
at L. Bien's, Eighth and J streets. . * „:
All bilk Hasdkebchuks for 25 cents, at
L. BienV, Eighth and J streets. V
Beads, suitable' for all kinds!of fancy work.
Millinery Department, Mechanics' Store. #
CITY AUDITOR'S REPORT.
'; E. ' H. ! McKee, City Auditor, makes the
following report for the week ending Satur
day, November 6, 1880 : ; '.
Balance on hand last report. J51,250 13
Receipt* for the week ...'.1,903 73
Total . &S3,lt>o IS
'" DIBBCKSEIIENTB. i
Sinking and Interest Fund..... 84,026 00
General Fund....... 1,115 90 .
Water Works Fund. . :; . ......:, 1,371 94
School Fund.......... 12 00
Levee Fund......'.. .:........■.".'. , r l7 65. '
Cemetery Fund.. ......... 44 62
Street Fund.. .1,682 25
Police Fund..........;. ...... 118 44
Special Waterworks Fund 7,196 57 :..;•- 3
N, Sixth to Tenth Street Fund. 368 79 -
— 15,953 40
Total amount in Treasury $07,200 70
APPORTIONMENT.
Sinking and Interest Fund. ...;.."..: . . ... ' $700 40
General Fund........................... 8,385 73
Waterworks Fund........." 3,5a8 20
Fire Department Fund............. 6,409 87
School Fund..."......*...:...'..... ... S,S4? 51
Levee Fund............................. 7,851 28
Cemetery Fund 1,352 (52
Street Fund 153 83
Police Fund 0,323 49
Bond Redemption Fund...... ....... 10,835 SO
Special Water Works Fund.....;.... 3,278 03
Fire Department Bond and Interest Fund 385 43
Library Fund 2,619 12
Sewer Repair Fund. ...".".".;:......"...:.•.. 181 60
N, Sixth to Tenth Street Fund 266 39
< i, Fourth to Sixth Street Fund.......... 29 72
T0ta1.......;...... ..........$07,200 70
Social Notes. — The Orpheus . Club j held
its autumn social reunion Saturday night at
Father Mathew. Hall. The room was taste- I
fully decorated and the floor can vased. The
party was select, and the management by
committees of the club was in every way sat
isfactory. There was a large attendance of
guests, who were delighted with the courte- i
hies extended by the hosts of the evening. ...;; >
Saturday evening the young gentlemen and
lady friends of E.B.Carson, step-son of . F.
A. Hornblower, came down upon him with a
complete and elaborate surprise, of which he
had not the slightest warning. The object
was to aid him in celebrating hi.i twenty
birthday. The Golden Eas;le Hotel was lit
erally taken possession of, a band was brought
in, dancing inaugurated, and social festivities
from that time on to mid?iqht were indulged
in with all the abandon and merriment pecu
liar to bounding youth. A hand-some collation
was spread in the dining-room at 11 o'clock,
and as to this part of the entertainment.
[ Mr. Hornblower was compelled to confers
that himself and wife were in the secret ....
Friday evening at Freeport, at the residence
of her parents, Miss Emma Greer gave a
social reunion to her friends. There was a
lari:e congregation of psople. especially of the
youth and beauty of the vicinity for miles
around. There was music, dancing and a
supper, and every detail was attended to by
the hostess calculated to minister to the
pleasure of her guests. Among those present
note was made of Lucius Beckley, R. Hall,
W. Beckley, Charles Frye, Frank Freeman,
Joseph Hall, W. Flowers, ML«s O. Stephen
son, Miss C. Utter, Miss M. Beckley, Miss
Effie Wantland, Miss Mary Freeman, Miss
Delia Hawley, Miss E. Walter, of Franklin ;
Miss Vinna Lamountin. W. l)eley and A.
Wallace, of Clarksburg, Yo'.o county ; Harry
Beach, George P. Iliehl, Homer Dickey, L.
Billips, Frank Kirtland, Frederick Kirtland,
H. C. Frick, Mrs. E. F. Fitch, Mrs. Thomas
Kirtland, Miss Lizzie Kirtland, Mrs. G. W.
Harvey, Mrs. J. G. Kite, Mrs. P. G. Kiehl,
Freeport ; Ida Jackson, Gussie Jackson,
Came Bates, Yolo ; Miss M. Humrich, J. B.
Markham, Miss Emma Lowell.
Should be Stopped. — There was univer
sal complaint throughout the Second and
Fourth Wards Saturday evening, about the
Stirling condition of the atmosphere, and hun
dreds of citizens were outspoken in their de
sire that the city authorities shall to-day take
action in the matter. It has been the cus
tom, the people allege, for weeks for some cit
izens to rake up and net on fire in the streets
the fallen le.«ves aud other rubbish just at
dusk, when there is no breeze. The piles
Miioulder for hour?, and the remit v that with
the duil heavy smoke and the clouds of dust
raised by vehicles, the whole southern and
southwestern portions of the city are over
whelmed in a stifling cloud that is prejudicial
t.) health, makes tiie streets well ni^h im
passable, and renders the evening hours in
tolerable. Saturday from 3 to 7:30 P. M. it
was impossible on SI, N, O, P and (j streets,
from Stcond to Thirteenth, to see through
the tog of vaporized filth for the distance of a
single block, and in many places the sight
could Dot pierce the cloud the width of the
street. Physicians state that tick people are
greatly distressed by the smoke, and that the
nightly smudge, combined with the dust in
the air, is more detrimental to public health
than a thousand times the present quantity
of rubbish in the streets, alleys and lot?, can
be. It would seem, say the complainants,
that if leaves, old boots, raijs, dried mauure
and the scrapi&gs of alleys, chicken yards
and back lots must be burned, that this pro
cess of diipotaj shouM be entered upon only
when a stiff breeze is blowing, and not then
until after the first rains have fallen. These
antuum eve: itgs, says one correspondent,
" the people desire to enjoy in promenade, or
on perch and balcany, but now they are com
pelled to imprison " themselves and batten
close every door or window." Observation
confirms the truth of these complaiuts in
every essential particular.
Attempted Bchglaries. — On Saturday
evening, while Judge T. B. McFarland was
attending the Republican jubilee, another at
tempt was made by burglars to enter his res
idence, on II street. The hook which fas
tened the screen over the door at the back
side of the house was straightened by prying
with some instrument, and the screen thus
opened. Attempt was next made to pry open
the door, but it was strongly fastened with a
double lock, and entrance was not made.
The sam» evening, while Attorney- General
A. L Hart was attending the same meeting,
his wife, who remained at home, hear 4 burg
lars trying to force a door leading to the base
ment. Mrs. Hart took a revolver in hand and
going to the door demanded to know what
wa* wanted. The operators failed to make a
reply f«nd quickly departed. It will b; ob-
Berved that both of these houses were selected
for nperationß from the fact that both Judge
McFarland and Attorney-General Hart were
advertised to speak at the jubilee.
The Wise Animals— New Season. — In
response to a very general desire, the Sher
man educated horses, Barney, Tommy, and
Jack the Clown, will be exhibited here for a
f»w evenings more, beginning this evf ning at
the tent on X street, between Eighth and
Ninth. As there are 117 tricks which these
horses do, Mr. Sherman in enabled to intro
duce something new every evening, still
those who have seen Tommy "walk the
plank, " or Barney waltz, or Jack throw his
rider, Tommy and Barney go to bed, or
B irney turn himself into a hat rack, will
hanlly be content to have those wonderful
f-r.ti omitted. The attendance at the Sat
urday matinee was excellent, and a more
thoroughly satisfied audience never sat be
neath canvas. The exhibition is an enter
tainment in the highest sense that can be im
agined of any exhibition of intelligence by
dumb brntes.
City Free Library.— The following is the
report of the City Free Library for the past
week : Number of books issued during the
week, 7GB. Fiction and juvenile books, (I'M ;
history, 19; biography. 17 ; novels, 14 ; gen
eral literature, 24 ; poetry and drama, 10 ;
theology, 8; science and art, 12; average
nun.ber issued per day, 110 ; percentage of
fiction and juvenile, 85; average number of
readers per day, 58. The patronage of the
Library for the month of October was greater
than for the came month lait year, and is
steadily increasing.
Cheating is the Count.— While the elec
tion officials were counting the votes at one
of the city polling places Tuesday night an
Irishman who had been for some time a silent
witness iif the pr-iceedings suddenly burst out
with, "Be jaber?, gintlemen. there's chatiu'
pom' on here. I've sot here an hour and
Hancock's na?ne has not been called at all, at
all — and I know he got mony a vote in this
warrud." After considerable talk the irate
Democrat was finally convinced that no evi
dence of " chatin' * was observable.
Crrr Pathexts.— The following amounts
were paid into the city treasury for the week
ending Saturday, November 6th : W. C. Fares
worth, cemetery dues, $46 75 ; R. D. Scriver,
water rates, $1,327 25 ; N. A. Kidder,
harbor due», ' $26 ; ■W. A. : Henry, Police
Court fines, 831 50 ; George A. Putnam, city
licenses.': 536 ; street assessment?, $266 30.
Total, $1,733 89.
Another Diyohce. — Judge Denson on
Saturday granted Sophia Brnhl & decree of
divorce from Valentine Bruhl, upon the
ground of desertion.
Trial Jcbt.— The trial jury will be called
at 10 o'clock A. M. to-morrow, for attendance
during the present sesnion of the Superior
Court.
CHlLDßEN'Bl'L*r«BsforS3 25, atL. Bien's,
Eighth and J streets. *
Cloak Dolmass, fur trimmed, at L. Bien's,
Eighth and J streets.
Accnosof the Wilaon g>ods to-day at 1
P. M.
BRIEF NOTES.
Mrs. .T. E. Rhodes of Sacramento was
atnoug the passengers who left Omaha Satur
day, to arrive November 10:h. J. F. Rich
ardson and wife of Sacramento passed Omaha
yesterday, to arrive November 11th.
An alarm of fire was turned ia from box
34 on Saturday eveninp, caused by the burn
ing of some baskets in the alley between
Second and TLird, I and J streets).
A young lady up town made the remaik,
just before election, that Garfield could not
be a very nice man, for he wrote a forged let
ter and then denied it.
An up-town Democrat, who haa made sev
eral bets upon the election of Hancock, re
fuses to give them up until he hears from
British Columbia.
It is said that about 329 Democrats who
had their eye upon the postoffice in this city,
are sorely disappointed at the result of the
election.
A car-load of fruit was shipped East from
this city yesterday, attached to the afternoon
passenger train.
Sixty-six car-leads of cattle passed through
on Saturday from Nevada to San Francisco.
The Supreme Court btgins its November
term in this city to-day at 10 a. m.
The turkeys have received their nurnial
warning frona the President.
The Edgington pacing mare sold at auction
on Saturday for Sl5O.
This is regular law day in the Superior
Court.
No immisranta arrived from the East yes
terday.
Persoxal. — State Superintendent Camp
bell returned Saturday afternoon from the
Sutter County Teachers' Institute, and left
yesterday for Los Angeles and Ventura
counties, where he will hold Institutes during
this week. Conductor D. Keed has resumed
his trips on the Sacramento valley road. J. M.
Hawkins, city editor of the Marysville Ap
peal, is in the city. Z. B. Donaldson and
Thomas E. Edwards have Rone to Guyuiaa,
Mexico, to engnge in funeral merchandise
busioeae, Senator W. A. Cheney returned on
Saturday from his canvass in the southern
part of the State.
Revenue Cgllixtionh. — A. L. Frost, Col
lector of Internal Revenue for the Fourth
District of California, with headquarters at
Sacramento, reports th-»t the revenue collec
tions for October were on distilled spirits,
Slo,7f>ti 57 ; on fermented liquors, $5,313 77 ;
on tobacoo, snuff, cigars, etc.. Sl,'_'O7 .')!•;
on legacies and succession, $121 38 ; penalties
aud interest, $2,317 42. Total, 119,726 5a
Arrested Again. — .Tames Powelson, who
was tried some time since for vagrancy aud
discharged by reason ef the jury failitig to
agree, yesterday forenoon enpngod in the di
version of choking his woman, Julia, leaving
finger-marks upon her throat, and also gave
her a black eye. Officers Ferral and Coffee
arrested him for ba'.tery and put him ia safe
quarters.
Death from Small-pox. — Thomas Henry,
the telegraph operator at Blue Canyon, who
was brought to the Railroad Hospital for
treatment and subsequently sent to the pest
house near the County Hospital, his case
having developed in confluent small-pox, died
on Friday last of that disease. He was 24
years of age, and a native of Canada.
A Straw. — It U a fact worthy of notice, as
indicating the drift of public opinion, that
W. C. Van Fleet, the only candidate on the
legislative ticket in this county who failed to
indorse the absurd financial theories of a
paper published not a thousand miles from
here, received the highest vote cast for any
candidate for the Legislature in this county.
Arrests. — The following arrests have been
made since our last report : George Amita,
disturbing the peace, by officer Ferral ; P.
Crowley, E. Murray. J. Nevins, disturbing
the peace, by officer Jackson and local officer
May; Wm. (!. Dougherty, for battery, by
officer Ferral.
California Peanuts. — Peanuts have been
quite extensively raised this year in some
parts of the county, and are said to ba very
productive. Thirty hundred pounds were
purchased a few days since which were raised
on the bottom laud^ of the Cosumnes river.
Promotions.— The Board of State Prison
Commissioners have made the following pro
motions at the Folsom Prison : James Brodie
to Captain of the first watch ; P. F. Dolan,
recently of thii city, Captain of the second
watch, and MuPherson to b<* policeman.
"ENTITLED TO THANKS."
[ .Sacramento Leader, November 7th.]
Tin: Kfxoud-U.nion is entitled to the thanks of the
people of Sacramento for the noble work it did on
election day and night. As soon as the polls closed
the telegraph was brought into requisition, and the
news was flashed upon a large white screen from an
oxy -calcium light. Each telegram followed in rapid
succession, the intervals being filled with handsome
portraits and pictures. : Upon the balcony the First
Regimental Band played until 12 o'clock.
« ♦
THE COURTS.
SUPREME COURT.
Saciumf.nto, November 8, 1880. \
CALENDAR FOR to DAY.
Motions and examinations of applicants for admis
sion.
IN bask.
7408— Mather et al. vs. Superior Court of Sonoma
county; certiorari ; September 15, 1380; llagkell
and Wells & Farquar for petitioners.
7419— Laugenour vs. Shanklin ; mandate ; Sep
tember 21, 18£0 ; W. B. Treadwell and W. C. Belcher
for petitioner. _____
SUPERIOR COURT.
Clark, Judge.
Saturday, November C, 1880. ;
C. H. Stephenson vs. John Donohue — Judgment
for plaintiff for possession of property, and SCO dam
ages and costs.
H. T. Hart vs. John Hurley— Judgment of non
suit and costs.
.; Dessox, Judge.
' SopbUßruul vs. Valentine Brubl— Decree of di
vorce in favor of plaintiff, upon ground of deser
tion, v
Court adjourned.
today's calks
Hearing of If •*' calendar.
The People vs. John J. Mejhan ct aX :
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK SALES.
- San- Francisco, November 0, 1880.
. MORNING : SESSION.
225 05h1r...*,"...... '.....* 61 •50 0cci.1t.nta]...........l
440 Mex10«n........6!<a6S 300Ande« ..800
110G0u1d&C...3 45«{3 50 22 Scorpion 10
510Best&B :..8j 3«sG.Prize 1 85
do assessed 50c. ISO Argcnta. ....30c
15 (Jn'iforija I 95 1480 Na»ajo 1 1}
Savage 2 Cs(ff2 10 460 Belle Isle 65c
130 C a Va...... 2 65 400 Paradise 5c
14 ('hollar 1 90(<*l 9! 500 A1bi0n..... [email protected]
2SsPoto«i 1 SOtftl 85 150 Wales.... li
Co Halcft N 31 20 Mt Diab10... ........ 'i
1195 C. Point lr<*l 05 200 R del M0nt........150
840 Yel Jacket 4tg4 10 do. .amessed 25c
700 Imperial 15c ICON. Belle Isl- 40c
40 Alpha. .....3j 100 Index enrl 40c
5 Belcher 1 9.' 100 McClinton 10c
'50 Confidence 360 50 Hech'el 13.
385S Nevada ....... ..7 50 . 000d-bav 65c
SO Utah. ....64 SOConcordia. 95c
300 Bullion 1 90(.<tl 95 200 Champion 2-3 c
160 Exchequer 90c 40) Booker ....100
425 Overman lie , 80 Mono .....65c
203. Belcher. 5 50 Noonday 140
825 Union [email protected] V, 200 Mammoth..... lOr
1760 Alt* 9 7 »> N. Noonday 1 50
50 Justice 83c 600 Boston 1 [email protected] 20
1505HM... 45c 200Oro 1 00
130 Challenge 75c 100 Silver Kin« 9}
250i:*led.inia 3 c Benton 1 30
350 Sew York...: 10. 220 Columbus. ...1
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
ARCADE HOTEL.
Sacramkcto, November 7, 1880.
T A Mitchell, Oaklind C B Seymour, Oakland
C Dorsey kf, Tuclumne Warren (iale, Baltimore
H W James &w, San Fran T Topltsky, San Fran
J Bibbers, Stockton E J Hall, ->e»- York
Mrs II IS Clipp X <J, X V T P Finnegan. Chicigo
Answers to Correspondents.
; in reply to tne j many inquiries wrucn we
have • received regarding ■• a most prominent
modern remedy we would pay : j To the best
of our belief W amer's Safe Kidney and liver
Cure is pure in its nature, efficient ' in its ac
tion and certain ;in its results."; We • have
leaned of some remarkable cures which it has
effected, and believe that as a I preventive ot
disease it is unequaled. ■ For delicate j ladies
and enfeebled raer ' it is invaluable, and its
pure vegetable qualities '• commend it to (he
favor and ; use [of ; all. > H. C. 'i Kirk !& i Co.,'
agents, Sacramento. ;,
i' Hammeb's : - Gltcebolk ,of Tab has ', been
before the public for the past six years, and
its constantly increasing demand is the best
testimonial of it» success. '•
... <■■-<■_-■'■" - -■ - -- - — ♦-• ijs
■ ABTOMBHISG.— We will i astonish all who
will give us a call this Week, more with prices
on boot* and shoes than we have previously
done with any other goods. - Wilson good*,
I 515 J street. .:> ;' "' "■ -■' _*. v
"" Is ?'a- Healthy Bodt is .a : Healtht
Spirit.— Be healthy by cleaEsing your blood
with a few bottles of Pf under'* Oregon Blood
Purifier, and thus purify ■ your spirit. Your
dmpgitt has it for you. Ai"k for the original.*
f-:i HUNDREDS testify of the benefits received
from Rock and Rye. G. W. Chealey, agent.*
Colored Plushes at L. Bien'a, Eighth and
J streets. :F~. ... ■-'■ •\V :: ,;i- :. V :\> ■-.'; ■:'., *..'
--:".-■- :,'-"-~"r '.. ... * '- -■■•■■---*- •"-":
§ Heavy Uubtebs for|6, at L. Bien'*, Eighth
»cd J streets.;;" ~ . ; : :-" T .; -' ■.:•■■.•••' '[*.*:;•
THE
COMING
EVENT !
GENERAL ' NOTICES,
Dr. La Mar's Seminal ' Pill* care all
oases of Seminal Weakness, Loss of Vigor, No*.-
.urnal Emissions, Impotency, Nervous and Physi-
cal Debility, and all that class of complaint* arlsinii
from Excess, Indiscretion or Abuse. The old find it:
this remedy A K>UNTAIN OF YOUTH, and the
voting a safeguard and protection. Dr. La MakV
"SlotiNAL Pills restore the Sexual Organs, debilitated
from whatever cause, to their pristine vigor. Price,
$2 50 per bottle. Sent C. O. D. by express to am
address, secure from observation. Address all order*
to A. McBOYLE * CO., Druggists, P. O. Box 1,95 ..,
San Francisco. ; ' ' auB-tf
THE SACRAMENTO BANK
WILL PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
for State Controller's Warrants on the State
Drainage Construction Fund and on the General
Fund. • ED. R. HAMILTON, Cashier
slB-2plm
E. Lyon
• Ajyon
&CO;,
Southeast cor. Seventh and J sts,,
DEALKRS.I BT g
DRY AND FANCY GOODS.
JL'ST RECEIVED DIRECT THE FOLLOWING
LINES OF ;>;:-;
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LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S \
MERINO UNDERWEAR !
ALL SIZES, AT LOW PRICES.
:-• -';■.,■.■■■"■.;".■ ■•'■ * ' '■'■■'■ ' ' -
tT A v Fill LIKE Offrl
(losiks,
Ulsters '• and
llolmans.
ALL OF THE VERY LATEST IN STYLES AND
PATTERNS.
OTA LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FANCY RIBBONS
; NEW STYLES IN ' ;
BROCADED DBESS GOODS,
: ■'■' ' SILKS, BATIX3, ■■■'
VELVETS A!»D TBIJMIXCS ;;
■„ , . TO MATCH. ;,
We call attention to our large and well selected
stock of KID GLOVES.
Country Dealers ar* invited to examine our stock.
' XI. Xa^TOXlfr dE ;■ CO., '■■: /
Southeast corner »evenlli and J ctreetx.
-..:-■_-:.••■.:' •..:■:"-• o2fl-3plm ; ' '■f -.--'■- ■* ■
Bold, Silver /and Nickel Plating !
ALL KINDS OF TABLE-WARE REPAIRED AND RE-
■/-;■" \ PLATED J EQUAL TO = NEW I
BF MAN I" FACTORY 0F"W •
Q-old-Saving Amalgamating Plates.
ALSO —
SWUCIKC PLATES to saTe FLOAT GOLD.
OEO. M. LEDERER & CO.,
No. 731 Mission street, opposite Grand Opera House,
' San Francisco. - Send for circulars. ' 027-»p3m >-<■
OmCKEEDfG & m
IE»X^LKTpSI
I*, an J Street ............Saerameat^
';.;:,; *-AP.EEOoas : „ .'■■■. \ ■
So. 23 Dupont street - - San Francisco
L. K. HAMMER,
»OIJC AGENT FOB'}' THE 5 PACIFIO •; COAST. :
c ■ PUooa told on installments, it desired, and ' fbt
rent. Old instruments taken in exchange for new:
Orders for toning carefully attended to. , au2olplT I
FRUITS, SEEDS AND PBODUOE
DUTCH AND IMPORTED
FLOWERING BULBS
•ii st 'i BEt i: j*. i: it iv rt.VE deb.
HYACINTHS. TULIPS,
ULADIOLAS, NARCISSUS,
CROWN IMPERIALS, SNOWDROPS,
- « PEO.MKS, AMARILLIS,
LILIKS, CKOCCS,
OXALIS, RANUNCULUS,
IRIS, IXIAS, L r iC , ETC.
To insure fine development and largest bloom
these Bulbs, must be planted at this season of the
year. £2TSold at Eastern Catalogue Rates. 'S3>
n4-lm W. H. WTHO>'<; A CO.
LYON A BABKEb
/"■•COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS IN
Produce, Vegetables. Butter, Eggs, Chef at.
Poultry, Green and Dry Fruits, Honey, Beans, etc.
ALFALFA SEED.
er Potatoes In car-load I»ts or less.
Q23-1 ptf Nob. 21 and t3 J street.
W. R. STRONG & CO.,
Wholesale Commission Merchant?
AND DHAI.KIIS IN ALL RINDS OF
CALIFOK.M l(.i:«;\ A.M» UltlEII FBCITS
. NUTS, HONEY, SEEDS,
And General Merchandise.
sV All orders promptly attended to. Address
W. H. STRONG & CO..
08-Iplm Nos. 6, 8 and 10 J street, Sacramento.
H. T. BBETTEB A CO.
Cumuisslon Merchants and Wholesale
DSAI.Krth IN :
GREEN FRUIT, DRIED FRUIT, PRODI CE.
Vegetables, Honey, Seeds, Alfalfa Seed, Etc ,
Kofi. 30 and ::-i J Street, Sacramento.
■;■■'■: -• ■ - ----- 08-lptt ■■■ - - - ■■
~~ B. LETT.
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANT
and dealer In Foreign and Domestic Frui s,
Cigars and Tobacco, Pipes and Smokers' Articlis,
Cutlery and Notions, Nuts, Candies, etc., No. 64 J
street. Sacramento. - sll-lplir
D. DEBERNARDI & CO.,
Wholesale rn'nir"Tn",
. .,..,.. , „„.;. Dealers in . ,^333*23
Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Vegetables,
Fruit, Flab and General Produce. :
I tOT All orders will be carefully packed. ; Hartiu
had long experience in shipping, we have confidence
that we will be able to give satisfaction. Send fo>
Price List. '• v ■■ -
D. DEBERNARDI & CO.,
8acranient0................................Ca1.
■ au2s-tf -
til Call and see the Handsome New
RANGES for $20 and $25, at SHER
BURN & SMITH'S, Mo. 323 X street
- A Q. GRIFFITH'S
|jjH BEANITE WOBKS
GEABITE WOEKB
J^l PESBYN CAI.
W^yjC'll rpHK BEST VARIETY AND
•^^■■•■■l X. I.sr^-cßt Quarries on thf
Pacific Const. Polished Granite Monuments, Tomb
stones and Tablets made to order. -.: v ■" ; •-■■' v
/•Granite BulMlur Hsu iy.-St'i.
Cat, Dressed and Polished to order. .:?'■ ' - sll-lnftr
STAR MILLS AND MALT. HOUSE
- ;,: '/I KEIBOI R(. A - L4CEB, V;
T^TOS. SO, 62 AND M FIFTH ST., SACRAMENTO
i.l *> dealers in Produce and Brewer** Supplies
Minufactnrers of Malt and all kinds of Meals, etc.
Oatmeal, Corome&l, Cracked Wheat, Graham Flow
buckwheat Floor, etc. ? New Urain Bair» for sale. :;-.
' '-.. '. •'.•'-. Z ,017'lpt..
STEEL BARB WIRE
'"-'-."■: ■■'■■;■"■■■"-■ ..;-..--■- -^ - ■--._;.- ■-.:■■% .■ ■ -,■■■
BOTH WIRE AND BARBS ■ MADE OF STEEL.
XaTBI'ST.PJtOOF AND HKK-I'KUOl\'si
Weight, One Pound to the Rod.
RETAIL PRICES:
Mineral Painted..... 14 cents per. pound
Ga1vanized.. ....... .....13 cents per pound
CT PRICE TO JOBBERS ON APPLICATION.
Pf.—^-FOR SALS OSLT BY-
HUNTINGTON, HOPEINS & GO.
.' IMfOKTEIIS CF ■ - .'/,.;
HARD \P-J Jci'JL'C.
Nos. 830 to •: :o X street, Sacramento. ■
JUNCTION BUSH AND MARKET STREETS, SAN
" FRANCISCO.' ; . :
WHITTIEE, FULLERS GO.,
!H.-innfacturrr* nml Rollers In
Paints, hiding;;.
Oils. Mirrors,
Glass, Pictures,
Windows, Frames,
Doors, Cornices,
Blinds, Brackets, ■
Wall Paper, .Etc., Etc.
ALSO.
A Full Supply of
ARTISTS MATERIALS.
ORLEANS BUILDING,
Nog. 1030 and 1993 Second it. Sacramento
i " ' ■ — l
1 IMPORTERS.
■". •*•. ~- — — I
NEW GOODS!
■ v ; - - ■ ■■
Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco.
WIG-WAG .../... .(in 10 ll' >uckot9)
CHARM OF THE WE5T....... ..(in 10 &> bucket!)
GOLDEN HAM...:... ...:...... (in 10 It, buckets.)
PJLW«— tIIEWIXCJ.
DRUMMOND TOBACCO CO.— CUO3S 8AR...(1U)
ROYAL STAR NAVY. . .... : . . ............. (lbs)
FAIRDANK'S LARD. : (in 5 and 10 1!. jails)
GERMAN PRUNE 5......... ........(hhde)
WINsLOW'S C0RN......... ..(new crop)
g^p 1 * New Crop Alfalfa Seed.
Fit F>ll BOIL Id T!!lt.
(HOICK MAPLE SVGAS.
(11l tabs and bricks.)
Adams, IcM & Co.,
| traoLESALE <;.HO»f;KS, I
■4- , . . — +
91. 03 and 9. > Front street. Sacramento.
f frir iSK' : >'(m£-- •kJBB v
STRAITON&STORMS
•'Owl and Red Robin"
•OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAOOOOOOSOOOO
i CIGARS. I
oooooooooooooooooooaooooooooooooooo
"... . ALSO-— -'■:-
Oliver & ■ Robinson's Celebrated
, . ,-.*• "W*ti.. f% »» '"
tr People who smoke these CIOARS will live
longer, make more money, - wear . better clothes,
drive faster horses, and marry prettier wires thin
any other class of men. We have taken great care .
in selecting the above CIGARS, as well as man)
other brands we carry in stock, and : can offer
superior inducements to the trade in this line.
Sample orders solicited, and we are assured they will
be acknowledged by larger orders. p
HALL, LUHRS & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
earner at Third acd ■ streets, Baerameat
— ' HORNE\&S-WEaT'3~^-t- N^
L Electro -MAGNgTic'jr) Jf^ff\
Awarded Mesial, First Premium, State Fair,
; 1880. ■,>•;";./•■ •..'■"■■:
THIS GALVANIC MEDICAL BELT, A NEW
- and wonderful invention, will cure without
medicine, ~ ' Rheumatism, ■'•■■ Paralysis, - - Neuralgia,
Kidney, . liver-Spinal Diseases, ■- Knptnre, \ Ague,
Nervouanens, pyspepsia, and other di>eases of both
■exes.": We challenge a (dentiflc investigation of its
merits. Calloraddrcn UORNE * WEST ELECTRO
MAGNETIC BELT; CO., 702 -Market street, San
Francisco. . ■ ■ ' ' o29Sp3niAsw3niSW -•
':-^JBaßS&ifcl FIRST PRIZE
Ci TATK KAIR AND ME-
WL. -Lt^^m^' (M O chanic*' Institute Fair,
Ww>Sr • ff> ia% Ja iwardcd t..thi-( ALIKOKMA
X^KTJJaLJCaiF ELASTIC TRUSS, for the best
<a «SMHTr Truss ever invented. Address
'•■* SIHinF &ft' R '£ or call at the CALIFORNIA
OIHULC. A \7 >V; ELASTIC .ii TRUSS sv COM-
PANY, SB* : Market street, San . Frar dtco.' ■"; The
■•MaK>«*le Elii-t'r Trn>»- Rid 3 Hot \ Re-
ceive a Prize at the • b re, Fairs, or Any
Mate fair, War even Favorable Mr blluii.
SSrsaggSSS; "'- o2»-8p3iD&sw3aiSW :■• \- :■■
urCHAMPAGNES!
RODERER ................... ...ats and pints) I CABINET, OHEEN 5EAL.;....7...(qU and f'i"U)
MUMM .\ . ... . ; .(qts and pints) |C. HEIDSICK . . .'. ..... . . ... ;. . . :. (qts and pints) !
PIPER HnD51CK.v.".......^.'~..V.^ (qts and plnU)
tar POKT,' Mit.uit), siiri:i:\K and claret wive, IK CASH* and ash». a
KENTUCKY WHISKIES !
tOIE PKOPBIETOICS OF THE . FOLLOVII.Xi EBAXIIS :
MILLER STEWART & C0................i(0. I MILLER STEWART ft CO (C.)
MILLER STEWART & C0...... ...... ....V...(M.) | GEM OF KENTUCKY. .
; FUR BALE LOW, IN QUANTITIES TO BUT."
JAMES I. FELTER & CO., Second ;: street, Sacramento.
OP THE
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iiWILSON GOODS.!
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A. Glean Sweep will be Made,
ENDING SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13th.
TIIE ' LAST Hll\«. SOLD SAT! KU AY ILL BE THE
LUMBER IN SHELVING, EMPTY OASES, ETC,
30 GASES OF BOOTS AND SHOES
Added to the ' Consignment. Will lie Sold at Half the Regular Price.
tar wholesale a\i> mtau ea<u div, «xd ai^tiox each eyewiso: «
ah, waghhorst,^
Gold and Silver latches, Diamonds and Jewelry,
ear the LEADING jeweler OF sacramento. tsi
LARGEST STOCK GREATEST VARIETY/ FINEST GOODS/ LOWEST PRICES
IST In daily receipt of New Goods, direct from the factories, hence all my customers receive tin
benefit of baying from first hands. — — — — —
jg^SigiL of the I" 1 own Clock, jpv
r!r7..^l NO. 315 J STBEET. BET. TIIIUII AND FOITKTII, BACKAnENTO. &ii*jL
n2B 3ptf ■
j^-^g or. C 3-. lo^a^^ris, fplill
CARPET AND FURNITURE HOUSE
No. 411 X Street, between Fourth and Fifth.
lsr FIXE I TKSITI'EE, WITH A Fill. LIVE OF CARPETS. ETC. *» anlS i-
Blankets !
Blankets! Blankets !
EASTERN AND CAUFORNIAN
IS
-. '-— 7- -i ■*•
i WHITE, I i S<AKtKT, I
_^- j r
«BAY, j
j IJKOW.V, j j vmiva t i
-. . — j- ; -i i-
. IS" We offer special inducements to the trade and
at retail in these goods, having purchased target}
at New York and £an Francisco Auction Sales.
COMFORTERS,
IN ALL GRADES.
A^ mark -)^__-^^
PATENTED JUNE 13. 1876.
FOR SALE BY *
S. LiPMAN & CO.,
Fifth and J sts., Sacramento.
Portland, Or. ; Virginia City, Nev. ; N»pa City,
Cal ; No. 20 Walker street. New York. s2l-Bplm
8, GOLDMAN,
V VZOUM .IX AND R17..1L
GR O CS3 TC^
%JT Jboj HJP C./ Jcj JEb,
\i>r:ii»i •.! car. Errond nnd J Ktrtet.i.
IN OCDFR TO FACIUTaVe TRADE, I WILL
tend, on appli.atio , :
i»2:i\;i.i» rciCE LISTS,
Subject to the rally Changes In the Price
of Goods.
THE BEST 0 F- —
NEW JAPAN AND CHINA TEAS.
- t3T The Finest Selection of Coila Rica and
Java Coffee*, and all other Goods belonging to
a First-class Grocery House. '
8. GOLDMAN,
Corner Second and J afreet*, Sacramento
■. .' . ;sls-3plm ; :
S.J. NATHAN & CO,
LEADIIsra CLOTHIERS,
Nos; 381, 303 and 305 X street, Northeast corner Third,
SACRAMENTO. ' -
W^^\ This Establishment * 3 »^Mk
jPir^^ 11 * 1 BEIXC TOE OLDEST IN SACRAMENTO, P" '— ' ' ' I *^^^
KNOWS TO HAVE ALWAYS IN hTOCK THE MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
MEN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING,
OF ALL GRADES AND PRICES.
Also, the Largest Variety of GENTS' SCARFS and UNDERWEAR, of
the Choicest Colors and Quality. ' : :
---.■•.■■•■• <■ vp-v" "vVi^v ■'••■•• ■~ : -' ■.-'■■■'■: — also — :,,..: .... .. ; ;u, v. ;.;_■..-. ...; •.i^^
TBl XKS, TALLSEM ASD HATMIEU. ALL EAHTERX MAMFACTI 'ICED, AMD >:ii;i
V.?.-:; : -/:■ WARRANTED Oil "SEASONED TV .
A LONG LINE OF IMPORTED HATS AND CAPS OF THE LATEST STYLES, mtiic wjiecialljr It* m-
Gents', Boys' and Youths' Ulsters and Overcoats,
A hr c « Ia i . rv .
tar Call and Examine our Bock. TFJi : '■•.'. S. «3T. 'Bff jAJJCJIX. JOUST JiS ■ C3O- ,
H«i. Ml. 303 and 305 X alrtet ...... ...... .'.... ........ft«ci>incat^ .
■ Fact .nr : No. 78 Reade (tract. New York. Wholesale House : No. 29 Battery Itrett, Fan I randan '; ,
■ tr No connection or busineu with any Houm in Sacramento bearing our name. -.Order* Intu iU« .
country will receive prompt att^Uon. ; -,;--• >;.^ ?r^>.-
NOW READY
— AT^—
C. H. STEVENS & GO'S
FALL ffIPOETATIONS
DRESS GOODS,
CTT Tl^O
. SILKS,
SATIN and
VELVETS,
Brocaded and Plain.
Brocade Trimmings to Match,
NEW CLOAKS!
DOLMANS and ULSTERS !
Prices the Very Lowest.
tar BE.IIEMRF.R out
SHOE DEPARTMENT!
FINEST STOCK OF
FRENCH KID SHOES
IN ALL THE NEW STYLES'.
CHILDREN'S SOLAR-TIP SHOES,
THE BEST MADE.
lend for Sample* and Price Li»l» la
C. H. STEVENS & CO.,
Corner Eighth and . J streets.
»-2l.'2ni*swliiwW
iii — i
"" J9H, ;x WHY ARE WE SICK?
/M /,f?e i fp;t.»ay Because wo &llow the
l/l : * %«M '4^-~\ ml I ' iv the Bowels, and tho
SQ : 'iWff(tir4 m\ KMnW". these (rreit omns,
§}]'•%^XvSt-i,' ')% to become c'«K(tcJ or torpid,
f V \-V- '" bccoln< I-'-." 1 " r -" r
XvJ\'f* *->??V^^-[ ' A J l$ :IIU ' poisonous humors art
isil -.>•' '•■- ? \*3s'-'-'// " rc^'l into the blood. Ex..
•S»Si'\lo/ tts&L |lC| lh " n > by n«i»? Hm.
WviVtl VJV 135-3!? s*rniiitcr'» «r»j;iiii ISlood
N *^nli^=a i»,, r ini'r. Sold by all drag.
' ■Hunt ••'-■■ irtoU. 036-3pgmA»wtmWS
E. C. MJmt, : !>-^~Nirnc!jc»l BmiL^Tri'.siii' &>.»«,
.. ■ J6r£msxT.yX : ' - lGra.tail«E2(JlMTitiT:cni-Tojti<:at,
/^"~~ffi y Eaife««!«lUlagiJ«naJ. .. 4
, (^COliliEGiL^)
•■■ ' - ■-- •■■?■■■-■■-■ s3O-Sp3m -■■;- : : - .; ■
The Beat 6>Hol« Range ' "•' " .—-v— —.
IN TBI wow* a
THE ; ; GARLAND I ;:Wg|
fob »<I,» it •;.-:;• •■ ■ ]$&£Msss*~3*^,
l. ■'. L. i LEWIS A ; co., • y'^Sv^rs-^
I3S a I.lt J Street. £*;^^% " I **!SCT fc i
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