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THEjAILY RECORD-UNION..
SOVEWBER 8,1880. |
SATURDAY'S DISPATCHES
(SPECIAL TO THE RECORD-UNION.]
; . : ' : -
ANOTHER STEAMBHIP WEEOZED.
Asfcore In Narragansett Passengers
and Crew Safely Landed.
I'KOPOSED >I(IM:T*UV COSfF£BE\CE.
i: Senator Sprague's Son Attempts to As
sassinate his Mother's Trustee. ,
WiNTRY WEATHER IN ILLINOIS AND NEW YORK.
?res£ Outbreak of the Railroad War In the
- Northwest.
UnSCELLANEOnS FOREIGN NEWS ITEMS
Bowtfß the Victorious Pedestrian, Making
the Best Time on Record.
Etc.- Etc * Etc*
DOMESTIC NEWS.
■f- '%.mi- ■ ■ ■ .-•• -■ - - - ■
Strainer Wrecked Id BTarrazamiclt Bay.
Pbotidence, November 6th.— The steamer
El we Island, of the Providenc* line, went
.t- ':..re on Ben net Point, near Beaver Tail,
Narragansett bay, this morning. No passen
cera were lost, but several of the crew were
h-ivl in the confusion and wreckage. At
daylight the passengers and crew were safely
landed. The steamer is considerably broken
up. A steamer was ordered to save the
freight, which is being broken up by a heavy
*?■!. She is of the same line as the Stoning
ton. Her build was superb and costly, her
boilers and engine alone costing $200,000.
This trip was the last which the Rhode Island
would have made for the season. f The
steamer was valued at $500,000.- How much
she ie damaged it is impossible to state at
present. There were 750 tons of miscellane
ous freight on board, a portion of which was
washed out. Tugs were promptly sent over
from Newport to assist in saving the wreck
age. A list of the names of passengers was
tAken as they left the boat, and the number
was ascertained to be 170. Captain Waters,
of the Newport Wrecking Company, says
the Rhode Island is a total loss.
The Cine of Peri 7-
Washington, November — The hear
ing in the case of Samuel L. Perry, the
'■'vodus leader, on a writ of habeas corpus
sued out to prevent his removal to North
Carolina as a fugitive from justice, on a J
charge of raising a school teachers' certificate
from Sl- r > to 545, was resumed before Judge
■\Vyiie in Chambers to day. George K. Bag
bey, agent of the State, was cross-examined
by Jeremiah Wilson. Judge Wylie stopped
questions which implied a political motive for
the removal of Perry, saying that hi* duty
was to decide on the case as presented, and
he would nat presume that excessive punish
ment or persecution would be inflicted on the
man if returned, as the eyes of the whole
country were on him now, and as his party
■were in the majority he would not be without
friends.' A lively exchange of views took
place between Jlerrick, • for ■ the State,
and Wilson, regarding the administration of
law in North Carolina, the existence of Ku
klux, etc. Professor R. T. Greanor asked,
on behalf of the petitioner, if Bagbey had
ever heard of the Kisklux, but the question
was ruled out. Marshal Fred Douglass was
called to testify as to the state of the country,
but he had not been in Lenoir county. Ar
guments were then proceeded with and were
in progress when the hearing wag adjourned
.-.til Monday.
Bond* Fall lus Dae.
Washington, November 6th.— lt is ascer
tained that only a few of the bonds of Febru
ary 8, 1861, commonly known as " Sixes of
'60," have been filed at the Treasury Depart
ment for payment on the last day of next
month. Secretary Sherman is deeiroug of
investing the surplus revenues in these bonds
each week instead of holding the money in
the Treasury, and he has offered as high as
102;, for them, 103 being their value when re
deemed two months hence; but Secretary
* Sherman says that holders have not shown
a disposition to sell even at this highly profit
able rate. From the tenor of letters received
at the Treasury Department it is inferred
that some of the owned of thess bonds are
confounding them with those payable in July
next, being misled, ]>3rhaps, by the inscrip
tion, " ' Loan of 1SG1 " on the face of the bond.
.'he sixes of '80 arc, however, easily distin
guished frnm the bonds due in July, as they
are of a larger size and printed all in black on
thin white paper, whereas the '81s are printed
with green, red and buff borders.
- The Ellison Electric Stock.
New York, November —The .-' ■.•!■:■
boV.srs of the Edison Electric Light Com
pas; have been Muoawrl SCO a share, to meet
the expense of Edison's recent experiments.
The Trustees will meet November 30th to
rote upon increasing the capital stock to
8480 000 by the issue of 1.800 additional
shares. The stock his risen to 81,200 a share
on the report that Edison will make public
experiments with his invention early next
month, preparatory to putting the light into
practical use in this city. Some months ago,
during the excitement over Edison's inven
tion, the shares Bold at $4,000. Investors re
gard it as a rather ticklish stock to handle.
Tlic Kutlroad Mar.
Chicago, November Cth.— The railroad
war started afresh to-day. This time the
Illinois Central is the chief aggressor, having
been selling tickets to St. Louis for Si in
order to protect itself against a large number
of unlimited cheap tickets uttered by other
other roads during the recent war, and for
the redemption of which no provision was
made. The . Central claims to have good
grounds for its action, eiaco its President did
not attend the New York meeting which
patched up the fight. Kates to St. Louis to
day were $4, and the Wabas'a again states
that it will soil a dolbr cheaper than the
other roads. Rates to Kansas City range
from $8 to $10, according to which road sells
them.
A CnblnrJ .Merlins. - ■
Washington, November Cth.— A Cabinet
■meeting was held to-day, every member be
ing present, An hour or more was spent in |
an interchange of congratulations, but no
measures of public importance wore dis
•cussed. Secretary Sherman called attention
to the highly flattering I condition of the
Treasury, and Secietary Thompson extended
a general invitation to membera of the Cabi
net to accompany him on his trial trip to I
Hampton Road* next week to witness the ■
naval review." The President expressed him- j
self srrcatly pleased with hi* extended trip, I
and the uniform courtesies extended to him- j
self and party.
S»ra Files a Protest.
fS Xew York, November Cth. — Sara Bern
hardt yesterday sent . Collector Merritt a
formal protest in regard to the duties levied
by the Customs' authorities upon her wear
ing apparel and personal effects. She claims
that the articles are entitled to be admitted
duty free, inasmuch as they were to be classed
an implements ■ of , her profession, which the
law exempts from tax. I A formal I appeal to
the Secretary of- the Treasury, was also in- :
closed to the Collector. -', Papers will be for- I
warded to Secretary Sherman. . The private j
view of her paintings and ; sculptures, ap- j
pointed for this evening, is : postponed one ;
: /week. ■.'• ■ ;;' ■
T!ir ErrriUlon In Sew York In Honor or
Thomas Hutches, t^i;
" ; New York, November : Gth. — Thomas
r Hughes was tendered a farewell reception at ;
Cooper Union la».t evening. The gathering;
■wa* also intended as the starting point for an !
■ extensive co-operative movement in this coun- .
try, after the mauncr of the famous Rochdale '
(England) system, of which Hughes has been
.1 practical and pronounced advocate. With
this in view, | a number of circulars letting ;
forth the advantages vi the system and sub- ;
scription cards for the signature of those pres- j
ent were distributed at the doors, s The dis- 1
•cotuses : of the I evening, including " that of !
Hughes ' himself, were devoted .to the topic. ;
Despite the disagreeable weather, the audi
-euce that ;•„ assembled . entirely filled :■ the!
hall.' Those who composed : it were cvi- •
dently ' persons of. '■ intelligence ' ; and ;'"" re
spectability, -%■ and r there were - a ■- great
many ? ' ladies -'_'-" among " them. ■ Upon
■ the ' . platform. President ;. Barnard .of
Columbia. College, Collector Merritt, Jack
■OO S. Shultz, S. H. 11. Vance. Simon Sterne, -,
Thoma3 » Cacton, * George William Curtis, J
Peter Cooper, Rev. "". Dr. * Rylance, 1 '- Rev. ;
Robert Coilyer and other citizens of : note j
gave countenance ! to | the proceedings. The j
organizations of Brown-stone Cutters, Amal- 1
gamated Engineers and Machinists, Tailors,
Central Council Shoe-trimmers, United Car- |
penters and Joiner?, Bag-makers, East and
\V(?" side ; Bricklayers. East and West side; '
Painter--, - Lather?, Coachmakere, ~ Fresco!
Painters, the Workinffmen'a Lyceum and the
Philadelphia Indnnrid Co-opt rative Associ- j
ation," were all repre«;&Ud by delegates. VAt
the rear of the pUtfoim the.c was a sheet of ■
r. ,,-siin btarinc ia 1 r^e letters " the legend :
•' We advocate a union of the interests of the |
capitalist, the laborer and the consumer, se- I
cured by an equitable division of proSts be
tween them."
Mr. Hughes gave a brief history of the co
operative movement in England, and of the
Rugby Colony in Tennestee, with a (short
sketch of their plans and aims, and plenti
-1 ful words of good cheer to honest and indus
trious workingmen in America. He believed
co-operation would rapidly spread from the
movements already begun here, if the right
conditions were faithfully observed. He
said : " I find from many inquiries within
the last few days that there are a number of
centers ia which societies are either formed
or are forming at the present time. To all
such persons I would say, if they care to
listen to the experience of one who has long
been connected with the movement in Eng
land, do not go about to rich sympathizers to
borrow money for your start — start upon your
own funds, subscribed in ever so small install
ments by your own members. Do not be in
hante about starting, but let the cream rise.
Collect sufficient capital before taking any
definite steps for beginning your store.
Choose the best men among you for a com
mittee of management, and when you have
chosen them have faith in your leaden."
A Monetary ConTerener.
New Y«ek, November 6th.— The editor of
the Bulletin publishes a letter from Secretary
Sherman favoring its proposition for an In
ternational Monetary Conference to establish
a ratio between gold and silver, good for
dues to and payments by the respective
nations and between citizens in the absence
of special contracts and the manner of regu
lating such ratio ; also to determine the kind
and place of depositories of bullion, forms of
assay stamp ana certificates of deposit. The
whole with a view to creat'ng an interna
tional currency of certificates of deposit of
bullion, to be good between all nations agree
ing thereto.
Machine Shop Wanted at Btnlcla.
Washington, November Oth, — General
Bennett, Chief of Urdnance, in his annual
report, calls attention to the necessity for a
new machine shop at the Benicia Arsenal.
He says the only manufacturing establish
ment on the Pacific belonging to his depart
ment should be provided with every conve
nience and appliance necessary to place it on
a working basis. That coast ought not to
depend on tbe manufacturing facilities of
arsenals three thousand miles distant, but
should in a manner be Belf-sustaining.
Wintry Weather In the East.
Chicago, November 6th. — A_ heavy snow
storm set in tliis morning, making the wires
heavy and the ground wet. In Springfield
four inches has fallen, but here, owing to the
mild weather, it melts nearly as fast as it
falls.
New Yobk, November Cth.— There was a
heavy storm last night. Navigation of the
bay is rather dangerous to-day on account of
fog.
A loathful Woald-br A».«axsln.
Providence (R. I.), November Oth. —
Willie, a fifteen-year-old son of ex-Governor
Sprague, made an unsuccesssul attempt to
day to shoot Robert Thompson, his mother's
trustee. He fired one shot from a pistol, the
ball whizzing close by Thompson's head,
The scene of the attempt was near the wreck
of the eteamer Rhode Island, where Mr.
I Thompson had driven a party of gentlemen.
They Want the Reward.
San Antonio, November 6th. — The Mexi
can newspapers received hereareoutapoken in
the demand that Uncle Sam shall help to pay
the reward of 52.000 for Victorio and 522 for
each Apache killed, as well as aid in reliev
ing the want caused by the raid.
ltallroad Accident In Texas.
Gai.vlston, November 6th. — A A'tirs spe
cial from Long View says : The east-bound
train on the Texas Pacific Railway was
wrecked last night near Lake Fork, caused by
a broken rail. Fred Kirk, a stock ajjent, was
fatally, and three others seriously injured, and
ten or twelve others slierhtly.
Crooked Postal Clerks.
Denver, November Gth. — The Tribune's
Leaaville pijecial says : Elhridge J. Damson,
Assistant Postmaster, and Edward A. Clark,
stamp clerk, were arrested yesterday on a
charge of stealiu" Government funds. The
amount of their deficiency is about $15,000.
FOREIGN NEWS.
Thr Oar fn England.
Losdon, November Oth. — The Interna
tional Regatta Committee have decided to
start four trial heats on the 18th instant, so
that there will be three heats and four scull
ers in each, and one heat with five scullers.
The first three heats will be rowed from Put
ney to Chiswick on the flood, and the fourth
from Chiswick to Putney on the ebb. The
first two men in each heat will be allowed to
scull again on the 19th, when two heats will
be rowed from Putney to Chiswick. The four
best men in these two heats will then row in
the finil heat, which will be from Putney to
Mortlake on the 20;h. The race between A.
C. Laycock of Sydney, New South Walee,
and .1. H. Biley of Santiago, for f2OO a side,
came off to-day over the Thames champion
ship course. Liycock defeated Riley. Riley,
it is reported, backed himself two to one.
Time, 25 minutes and 4 seconds Betting at
the start was three to one on Laycock. The
race wos won by four lengths. At Hammer
smith Bridge Kiley was leadiDg Rlightly,
Layeock rowing easily. Immediately after
passing the bridge Laycock began to forge
ahead, and maintained the lead throughout.
Laycock had the race well in hand, and
might have won as he pleased, Riley being
hopelessly beaten.
A Triumph fur Ednlu Booth.
LONDOH, November Cth. — Edwin Booth
made his first appearance as Hamlet at the
reconstructed Princess Theater tonight, and
was very well received. Booth was called
before the curtain after the first act, twice
after tbe second act and again at the con
clusion of the performance. His acting in
the £host scene in the first act excited great
enthusiasm. He was, on the whole, well
supported by the company. Miss Gerard's
performance as Ophelia as exceedingly suc
cessful. The audience was fashionable, and
included a number of Americans. Mr. Ban
croft, the authir, was also present. Mr.
Gooch, lessee of the theater, at the fall of the
curtail), made a speech, thanking the audience
I for the reception tendered Mr. Booth.
Fightlns the Basntos.
Cape Town, November 6th.— On tbe 31at
of October the mounted stronghold of the
Basuto Chief. Motcslane, was successfully
stormed by Colonel Clarke's forces. During
this operation 5,000 Basutos attacked the
Colonial detachment, holding Chief Lero
thedi's village, and, before reinforcements
could arrive, a small body of them were sur
-1 rounded on all sides and five killed. The
I enemy advanced in great numbers, compelling
the Colonists to retreat, but in au orderly
manner. The Colonists relinquished their
position. The Tembus are now in open re
l>?Uii>n, and reiuf Tcements are being sent to
l all important points.
llie War on lite Jesuit*.
Pakis, November Gth. — The ejectment of
J non-authorized religious bodies took place to-
I day {at Lille, Roubaix, Valenciennes, Alby
and I'au. Five persons were arrested in
Paris on Friday for obstructing the police in
the execution of the decrees, and have been
! sentenced to from ten to twenty years' im
i prisoninent. Tardia, member of the Tribunal
j of Conflicts, and Praddele, Prefect of the
' Department of Oise, have resigned. Bombs
j have bten thrown at the Prefecture at Nismo.
Trial of the Mhlllols.
St. Petersburg, November Oth. — The
great trial of the Nihilists, including the
persons ■oaaMd of being the authors of the
explosion of the Moscow Railway and the
Winter Palace, and others charged with
plotting against the life of the Czur. has be
gun before a military tribunal.
Thr i:<-i Time on Kecora'.
London, November Gth. — The Astley belt
' walking contest was finished at 10:-!0 to
i night, with the following score : Rowell, sCti
I miles ; Littlewood, 470 ; Dobler, 450. Rowell
I b«at Frank Hart's record of 56."> miles at
! 10:34 o'clock, amid great excitement and
! cheering. About 3,000 persons were present
at the finish. The receipts for the week are
estimated at i' 1,200.
MISCELLANEOUS.
' Salvini, - the , tragedian, sailed Saturday
; from Havre for the United States.
The Earl of Kosebery, ' Liberal, has ' been
! elected Lord Rector of Edinburgh, defeating I
! Sir Robert Christian, Bart, Conservative. i,
- The execution of the decrees against unau
! thorized French religious orders is now com
■ plete, excepting Algeria and Corsica. ■
; The Secretary of the Interior Saturday
1 officially refused to reverse the decision of
! Acting Secretary Bell in the Los Angeles in
j demnity school . section case, by which 1 the
i land in controversy was awarded to Law
! rence Ketchnin, on the cround that the State
■ certificat • was void. ■' ;; . '■■""
The epizootic has broken out" at Denver,
Col , and 150 horses are sick, but Dearly all
are able to work. j:■ ■ - ;";- ; -":, -, -',
A Board of Trade was organized at Denver j ■
Saturday. ..' •''."■ " ■ - -. 'I ■ ■ \;/-l
'i Nearly - a > thousand '■ houses ' hava._ been !
erected at Denver, C 01.,' during the year, and j
vet rents and . real estate are high, and many .
■ families are unable to find houses at any
- The President has signed the commission ;
• of Phoner M. Eltr, of Nevada, for Consul at j
I Guyannil. "■' * ' . "■ ' ■ ■^' "*."' ; ~ -'-"^ r* A y-;
The total coinage at the United States 1
Mints ; during October : was: : Gold,' ?3,!>r8,- i
i 535 ; silver, : $2,279,000. * During ■ the week
ending November 6, :• ISBO, there were 'dis
j tributed ' 5tH,496 in standard silver, dollars.
! and curinj; the corresponding week; of -1879 j
j but 327,282 -.-■'--• :-■•;. ;'A 7 ~ :
I —
I llAMiiKß'a Cabcaiia Saosada EirrKMlor hatUU* j
I constipation. ': ' ' " ; ■■':';;-' ■■•:•'■''■; I
TBOPIO FRUIT T^AYATTYE.
" (IN LOZENGE FORM,)
; Is pleasant to take,
; arid serves the purpose
of Pills, Aperients,
[ and .nauseous Purga-
\ tives.
; The most obstinate cases of HA-
i BITUAL CONSTIPATION, and
■ disorders that follow in it* train,
E such as BILIOUS COMPLAINT,
" HEADACHE, CEREBRAL CON-
■ GESTION, LOW SPIRITS, DIS-
I ORDERED STOMACH, PILES,
1 MELANCHOLY, Etc., are imme-
• diately relieved and effectually cured
1 by its use.
\ TROPIC-FRUIT LAXATIVE is put
1 up in bronzed tin boxes only. - Avoid imi-
tations. Ask your druggist for Descrip-
tive Pamphlet, or address the proprietor,
J. E. Hetiierington,
New York or San Fraucisco.
11. C. KIBK A CO..
WHOLESALE AGENTS SACRAMENTO.
; ■ wiA-tf
ASbfe^rfWA R NE P 'Sffi? A'AA
KIDNEYLIVER
Is made from a Simple Tropical Leaf of Rare Value,
' andlis a POSITIVE Beniedy for all the diseases
that cause pains in the lower part of the body—
for Torpid Liver Headaches— Dizziness,
, Gravel, Malaria, and all difficulties of the Kidneys,
1 Liver and Urinary Organs. For Female Diseases,
Monthly Menstruations, and during Pregnancy, it
has no equal. It restores the organs that make the
the blood, and hence is the best Blood Pn'lfler.
It is the only known remedy that cures Blight's
Disease. For Diabetes, use Warner's Safe Din-
betes Cure.
For Sale by Druegtsts and all Dealers at $1 25
, per bottle. Largest bottle in the market. Try it.
H. H. WARNER & CO.,
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
H. C. KIRK & CO.. '
AGENTS...... .....:........ SACRAMENTO
aull-MWFtf&sw4t3
AMUSEMENTS. ~~
FIRST ARTILLERY" BAND.
ORCHESTRA MUSIC FURNISHED FOR §«
Balls, Parties, etc. Leave orders at/TO
Headquarters, No. 720 X street ; F. A. FISCH,
No. 1205 G street. Leader, E. W. DAVIS, No.
1321 1 street. - . «12-tf
HJBNITTJBE, BEDDING, ETC
W. D. COMSTOCK, ~
COI(\KK FIFTH A.\D k STREETS. g»
FURNITURE & BEDDING,
WHOLESALE . AND RETAIL. ; , -
■'.-.■■ 028-4plm
JOHN A. WILSON,
IMPORTER, MANUFACTURER-^ A
and Dealer in "SBB5^V
, FLVEFTKMTIKEABEDDING, .BeC
No. 11l J street, bet. Fourth and Fifth
' tS~ A New and Complete Stock at Reduced Prlc
Country orders promptly attended to. 01-4plm
! FURNITURE,
AI
VAN HEUSEN & HUNTOON'B
; NO. :13 J STKEETi
. Prices alway i the Lowest and the Beet Assortment.
• ' ••■•'■ : ' '-"""•■ au2l-tf .-'.-;- :
: IMPROVED GRATE !
PARTIES USING GRATES SHOULD CALL AT
Altken A Fish's Marble Shop,
■ NO. 617 X STREET, BETWEEN SIXTH AND
SEVENTH, and Examine the PATENT HOT AIR
. ORATE. They give double the heat, with much less
fuel, and do not smoke the marble mantle. - The old
grates can be taken out at small expense. n2-4plm
MARCUS C. HAYVLEY & CO..
Hardware and Aierlrnltnral Implements.
SAN FRANCISCO
And Nor 43, 45 and 47 J street .Sacramento
: .-■'■.' ■■'■• ■ »8-4plm ' '
g PIONEER LIVERY STABLE.
I. D. SCRIVER .Proprieto
TfACKS ON CALL AT ANT HOUR j^, _
£JL day or night. Coupes, Phaetons, J|&E|k
Rockaways, . Barouches, Busies, with the V1~W"
bestroadsters to be found in any livery stable on the
coast for hire. . Horses kept in livery at reasonable
t■■ Stables on Fourth street, between I and
. .... •'::■ ". .-..•.: s6-4Dtf -•■ :". ■■'...: .. )....■■
The Pioneer Box Factor*
f till Ahead of all Competitor '
0 O OIKXI ; Ac tS OXV -
V 00R5I1 or ■
fro t and M streets........ Sacramento
oMntt
Sacramento \ Planing Mill,
SASH AND BLIND FACTORY, CORNER OF
Front and O, stre Sacramento.
. Doors, Window*. BllMds, . ,
Finish of ail kinds, Window Frames, Holdiiift o
every description, and Tumine »w.ihiHWS
HARTWELL. HOTCHKI33 * STALKER.
aa?2-4nl ho -: - - "' ' " • ' '■"
A. J. V ER M I L V A
/"BOUNTY ; CORONER :' AND UNDERTAKES
\j ; No 108 J street, between Fourth «rB Firth .
Always on hand » large assortment of Metallic an
Wooaen Caskets, Burial Cases and Coffins. - Shroud
famished and Funeral Wreaths Preserv a. i «xwmS-
orders will receive prompt attention on snort nou -.
»nH «t low !«. turn :.-: .- „.- .:•--.-:,^-' oH-«p; ----'-•
ANNUAL MEETING
— OF
. " S TO {_? »* •*3r«r>'»VP - :
— tvi — - iJ^S&SB&IMsIi
PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK WILL BE HELD
in the District Court-room, corner Seventh and
I I streets, " :' -/.■-'-_: : ■'■';'...._ '/i-".'X-. 1 '
''■•"■ ■Monday Evening. Dcremi»erC, 1880.
At 730 o'clock. X WJI. F. HONTOON, SecreUry. ">
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NOTICE.
THE STOCKHOLDERS OF,' THE L\RISON
Mirinir Company are notified to meet at the of-
, fice of the Secretary, No. 030 J street, Sacramento,
CaL, on &ATl'*l>A . , NOVEMBER 13th, at 2 P M.,
for the election of Directors and other business. • ; -
030-2w^ .- ■ -J A. PARKER. President.,'
NOTICE.
THE PUBLIC /ARE HEREWITH S NOTIFIED
I that upon — ■ — — an application for the par-
| don of RICHARD BE. CHER * ill be made to Got-
j en. or George C. Perkins.' n« mi* ,
BUSINESS CARDS. ~
' ': WM. CUTTENBEBCEB,
IRON AND V BRASS 'i FOUNDER • AND MA-
. chinist. Front and N streetn. ■ Manufacturer of
Uuttenberger's Horse Powers, Patent Ground Roller I
and Clog Crusher and Barley Mills. All kinds of
Hydraulic Pipes. For sale, Three Miller Pat nt Hay |
Presses. "'.■,- 029-4plm
CALL ON SCOTT A HUB '-'
\TO. 303 J STREET, FOR THE LATEST STYLES
i^( c in ■ GAS FIXTURES. Plumbing in all its j
branches done at short notice. ■ being practical
workmen, we are able to do work at the lowest
rates. ! ■ : y - o2S-4plm
-:185«.iV; .■«;•,■ F. FOSTER, ';v2iuM?.i
OOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER AND BLANK
Jt> Book Manufacturer, No. 319 J street, between
Third and Fourth, Sneiamento. 020-4ptf
W. B. KNIUIITB,
/CORNER OF FRONT AND L STREETS
Highest OF FRONT AND L Pelts and
i Highest price for Hides, Sheep Pelts and
low. Supplies Butchers with Salt, Paper, latest
mproved Sausage Machines, Stuffors, Lard Presses
Etc Prompt caeh returns made (or all consign-
ments. ,-■-...■...■. r ■..■-. . in-int.f
J. CARLI. ' 11. OHOLT.
CABLE * CKOLT,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, ARK PRE- I
pared to do all kinds of work in their me, in
city or country. Principal place of business, Sacra-
mento. Shop, 82 Second street, between X and L.
Post-office Box, 410, Sacramento. . 018 4ptl
~ JI'LIIH MTRI'TZ. '
OJUCCESSOR TO FOX & BTRUTZ, IMPORTER
»3 and Wholesale Dealer in Wines and Liquors,
No. 41 J street, Sacramento Sole agent for A.
Huptel's Sons' New York Beer. 014-4)>lm
«i. M. DIXOX, H. 11. .
SURGEON AND HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
O office and residence, on Eighth street, between
II and I. Office hours— Bto9 a. m., and 12 to 2, and
6 to 8 r. M. Diseases of the Eye and Ear a specialty.
■ ■:' l|'-m ,
T. B. HcFABLAND, ' .•
A TTORNEY AT LAW-OFFICE, SOUTHWEST
/\ i corner of J and Fourth streets. Residence,
H street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth. 09-4p*
J. A. CVNMIMGIIAMV
SACRAMENTO BOILER AND IRON WORKS,
- I street, between Front and Second, Sacra-
mento. Manufacturer of Steam Boilers, Sheet lion
Work, etc. Also, all kinds of Repairing. Chang ns ,
Portable Boilers from Wood to Straw Burners a i
Specialty. ■ • 06-4ptl
ELwaoD Bur mr, I A. J. Bui-ran.
Residence, 8. E. corner I Residence at office.
Thirteenth and Psts. |
. . BKIM:B A BBONEK,
A TTORNEYS-ATLAW AND NOTARIES PUB-
J\_ lie, will practice in all the Courts. Special at-
tention paid to Probate business. Office in Bryte's
Building, southwest corner of Seventh and J streets.
02-tf
WH. ELLEBV BBIGCS. M. D.,
OCULIST, AURIST AND PHYSICIAN FOR
Diseases of the Throat. Office, 429} J street,
corner of Fifth, over Sacramento Bank, Sacramei.to,
Cal. Hours— 9:3o to 12 A. v.; Ito4 P. v Sundays—
9:80 to 11 a. H.; 1 to 4 p. H. 01-tf
MISS L. J. KELLOGG. M. D.,
TTOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN— OFFICE AND
1 1 residence, Nathan building, corner of Seventh
md I streets. Office hours, 8:30 A M., 2 to 4
and T to 8 P. M s3O-4plm i
DE. HATCH.
OFFICE 84 J STREET.— OFFICE HOURS: 9
A. M. and 12:30 to 2 p. M. 529-tf
DR. WALLACE A. BBIGGS
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE AND RESl-
dence to Dr. G. L. Simmons' Building, J
street, between Second and Third. Office hours: 8
to 9A. M., 11 A. M. to 2P. M.. and 6toBP. M. s!2-lf ,
;■ GROVE L. JOHNSON, .
ATTORNEY AT LAW— OFFICE, FIFTH ST., ;
' between I and J. Residence, No. 207 I
utroet, between Seventh and Eighth. slo-4Dlm
BEMOVAL. )
DR. NIXON HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO
M street, between Ninth aril Tenth streets, >
No. 918. Will visit Railroad Hospital at 9:30 A. M. .
daily. s9-tf :
CBEED HAYJIIOND,
A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
J\_ Office in Quinn's new building, corner of
Fourth and J streets (up stairs), Sacramento. s6-4p
BEHOVED.
CHARLES T. JONES AND ED. M. MARTIN,
Attcmeys-at-Law and Notaries Public, have
removed their office to No. 607 I street, between '.
Sixth and Seventh. ' jn24-4plm •
W. A. nxcnsoir, SI. d., i
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON i
Office, southwest cornet of Seventh and 1
itreeta in Bry«'s new building, up stairs. Real
dence, southeast corner of Seventh and N street*,
Sacramento. Office hours : Ito 3 and 6to 8 1. K.
an2s-4plm _-
E. L. BILLINGS A CO.,
TMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
JL in Fine Brandies, Wines and Liquors. Agents
[or Dr. Jaffe's Celebrated Cinchona Bitters ; also,
■gents for Litton Springs Seltzer Water, Sonoma
county, California. No. 11l X street, between Fourth
and Fifth. au2s-4plm -
U. F. ROOT. ALIX. NIILSOH. . 1. DRISCOL.
BOOT, NEILSON A CO., . ■
UNION FOUNDRY-IRON AND BRASS
Founders and Machinists, Front street, be-
.ween N and O. Castings and Machinery of every
i encryption made to order. ' . ju'2l-4plm
CAPITAL ALE VAULTS, ■
NO. 302 J, • AND 1005 THIRD ! STREETS
Hot Lunch daily from 11 A. M. to 1 o'clock
p. m. The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Jyl3-4plm BOWERS & LONOAJiAUGH.
JAMES HeGUIRE,
MANUFACTURER OF IRON DOORS, SHUT-
tcrs. Railings, Gratings, House-work and
Blackßmithing in general, No. 148 X street, between
Fifth and Sixth Second-aand Doors ior sale
au22-4ptf
H. 11. McWILLIAMS. j. : ;
HOPE IRON WORKS, FRONT STREET, BE-
tween I and J. Machinery of all kinds made
to order and repaired. Sole manufacturer of Car-
lisle's Patent Derricks. Lawn Mowers Repaired.
For sale, a 25-horse stationary engine and bailer,
complete. _ ' an!4-4ptf
S. SOLON DOLL.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR- AT-LAW,
t\ Corner Sixth and I Streets, Sacrambsto,
Cal. . , . jy3o-4plm :,
DR. G. L. SIMMONS.
■\T°- 212 } STREET, BETWEEN SECOND AND
131 Third, Sacramento.
■ .- (9 .o 10 A.M.)
IT Office Hours:- 2to4p. x. } ap29-4ptf
(7to 8 P. M. J . -
BANBLNQ HOUSES.
NATIONAL GOLD BANK
/-|F D. 0. MILLS & CO., SACRAMENTO
EDGAR M1LL5..;....... President.
W. E. CHAMBERLAIN.... Vico President.
FRANK M1LLER..... ............Ca5hier
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
EXCHANGE OS
New York, London, Dablln, Berlin, Paris
And all the principal cities of Europe.
Exchange on San Francisco at 80 cents per $1,000.
■ ■-■■■• ■■ ■ ■■- ' ■ 811-tf . ..- '- '■ ■■-■■•,-■
PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK.
OF SACRAMENTO.
Capital 9500,000.
DIRECTORS I
Wm. Johnston, ■'■ . E. J. Crolt,
Wm. R. Kniohts, : Joan L. Hc-rroon, -
E. C. Atkinson, Samuel Gottlieb.
WM. 8ECKMAN. ..... . . '. V. ':. .......... .Pre5ident.
WM. F. HUNTOON ........ .Secretary and Cashier.
MONEY TO LOAN. . : 01-lm4p
TO THE UNFORTUNATE 1
DE. r SmSPEHSAET, |
623 kcarny street, San Francisco.
. .3^-" . -■ - Established in 1854, for
Jm~' * '/afc^ the treatment of Sexual ■
Strictures, Syphilis irfall ■
BKfnL *BM?liritßMJ ne "''- v c « rc(l <jt no charge,
Weakness. ;
Seminal Emissions, the :
i^Twli»lH»ilil^»nr*'^' l ' 8< '""'"' *■■"■■'>""»*
solitary vice or de-
-^'^HMHHBcfiHßfigpraved sexual indulgence, 1
is practiced by the youth of both sexes to an almost
limited extent, producing with unerring certainty '
the following train ! of , morbid symptoms, unless 1 .
combated by scientific medical measures, viz : Sallow |
countenance; dark spots under the eyes, pain in the i :
head, ringing in the cars, noise like the rustling of ;
leaves and rattling of cha-iot», uneasiness about ',
the loins, weakness of the limbs, confused vision,
blunted intellect, loos of confidence, diffidence in (
approaching strangers, a dislike to form new ac-
quaintances, disposition to shun | society, loss of '
memory, hectic flushed, pimples and various erup- '
tions about the face, tarred tongue, fetid breath, . '
coughs, consumption, night sweats, monomania and j i
frequent insanity. : ;- : j>a:-; .- 1 1
\: v « I RKI> AT HONK. ■ :":■■-:
■ Persons at a distance may be cured at home by ad- '
dressing a letter toDH. symp- i ;
totns, length of tin:* the >l sesse has continued, nnd .
have medicines promptly forwarded, free from -
damage and curiosity, to any part of the country, ' j
with full and plain directions. ■ By inclosing ten i
Collars, in registered letter, through the Postoffioe, ' i
or through Wells, Fargo & Co., a package of medicine :
will be forwarded to any part of the Union. Please - '
Biy you saw this advertisement in the Record- ; -
Cxios. ■ Address, -;..-- DR -. J. F. GIBBON. ' ,
': - ]«24-4ptf -■* v" ■<-. ; -■; Box 1.9&7, Sin Francisco. " \
J. FRANK CLARK, I
fo. Hl* Faarttk'it.; hvt'.immA K»^i
Always a coMpleta rtoek is »tor«, ' OtWR ;
'orders rectir* prompt attention.
ATTENTION, SHOOTERS.— THIS DATE :
'J\.- no thootingwni be allowed on BiTerside Lake, ■
uor on any of the grounds bordering E thereon. ,
j Persons found trespassing thereon will be in danger '
of arre t. TnE LESSEES". :;
i November 2, ISSO. - ; ■ u3-la
•-. ■■■■■;-- . : ----:?m. mm&'^v ■■■■■■ ■■ :■---'-■ ■
f 6- THE BED HOUSE TRADE PSION.
.■ ■ ■ tl^-- ' ■ '"■ ■■•■'•■"• ■■ ..- ■'
I ■-.-.- ,■ ■
300 N^^^ 300
THREE JEM JMmMMXiMZMJLM
CA.SES OP CJ*C^C^' r *S
RECEIVED IN SIX DAYS AT THE
RED HOUSE TRADE UNION.
The Greatest Clothing Sale of the Season!
AS WE PURCHASED AT PUBLIC AUCTION, FOR OA.SEC, FROM MESSES.
GREEWEBAIJM * CO., AUCTIONEERS,
AN IMMENSE STOCK OF MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
Ulsters, Rubber Coats, Rubber Pants, Rubber Legging,
Rubber Hats,
RUBBER OVERSHOES, ARCTIC OVERSHOES,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
100 FULL SUITS OF MEN'S BLACK DIAGONAL .....ONLY $9 00, WORTH $15 00
■ >.-..-.-.: : '
100 INVISIBLE PLAID SUITS ..S9 00
■ — - - --■ -•■■ ■• '- ■ ..-'■■■ ■ ' . . : ■;:■, :■- '
98 SILK AND WOOL SUITS (FROCKS AND SACKS) ONLY $1B 00
BLACK DIAGONAL PANTS OMEN'S) ONLY S3 00
2OOIBOYS' FULL SUITS, HEAVYiiSATINETT, SIZE 6 to 11 ONLY S3 00
MEN'S HEAVY ULSTERS ONLY *7 00
HEN'S HEAVY OVERCOATS • • (CHINCHILLA)
BOYS' OVERCOATS AND ULSTERS.
On WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20th, we purchased from MESSRS,
FECHBIMBR, GOODKIND A CO., a job lot of some 200 of MEN'S ALL-
WOOL SCOTCH SUlTS— Frocks and Sacks they being the same quality of goods
that we retailed for $16 a suit. This job lot will be closed out at $11 50
a suit. Thsy are going very rapid. All should have a New, Stylish Suit.
CT People living at a distance should send In their orders. 'M
RED HOUSE TRADE UNION,
SACRAMENTO CAL
\ , AGEICULTUEAL WARES.; .■';.',
BAKER & HAMILTON,
wOk.G-XIXaTE'S for
EUREKA. aAisra plows.
Gale Chilled Iron Plows, Moliue Steel Plows, Collins'
Plows, Cast Iron Plows, Seed Drills, Cahoon and Gem
Sowers, Gorham Combined Seeder and Cultivator, Har-
rows, Cultivators, Fan Mills, Bain Wagons, Etc.
gAC8AME5T0..r............'..........;:...8p1-4ptf. ..........SAJI FRANCISCO
DR. SPINNE Y& CO
Till. WELL-KNOWN SPECIALISTS,
OF NO. 11 KEARNY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO,
Are now In this city, and can be daily consulted at No. 4151 k STREET, between
- Fourth anil Fifth (near Postofflce)
CONSULTATION FREE.-LARGE AND STEADILY INCREASING PATRONAGE HAS AT LAST
\j compelled us to open a
PERMANENT BRANCH OFFICE IN SACRAMENTO.
: By this arrangement the many patients and correspondents of DR. SPINNEY & CO., and the afflicted
; eenerally, who are anxious to have a personal interview, but for whom it is impossible to come to San
i Francisco, can avail themselves of the benefit of the Doctor's treatment, without great inconvenience or
expense. . DR. SPINNEY is well-known as the founder of the MONTREAL (C. E ) MEDICAL INSTI-
TUTE, and late proprietor of the SPIN KEY INFIRMARY, and having given his entire attention
for the past twenty years to the treatment of Chronic and Special Diseases, incident to both sexes, his
success has produced astonishing results. The Doctor believes it his duty to state to the public that be
has many years of his life made it a special study to fully understand the nature of the diseases as well as
the most effectual treatment for the cure of all troubles of the genito-urinary organs; and he would call
the attention of the afflicted to the fart of his long standing and well-earned reputation aa sufficient
assurance of his skill and success.
"ST O XT X*T Cfr 3ME X 3
Who are suffering from the j effects of youthful follies or indiscretion . I do well to avail themselves
of this, the greatest boon ever laid at the door of suffering humanity. D.-t. SPINNEY will guarantee
to forfeit $300 for every case of Seminal Weakness or private diseaw of any kind or character which
I he undertakes and fails to cure.
7Vff"f«iTr»iT-TPi, a XVKTFIIV.
„ . . . .-.'. ... -a^^sjfjp^-^^y^f^y ****-- -■ ■ i, ... - . „-.-.->
There are many at the age of thirty to sixty who are troubled with too frequent evacuation of the
i bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burning sensation and a weakening of the system in
a manner the patient cannot account for. On examining the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will
| often be found, and sometimes small particles of ; albumen will appear, or ■ the color will be of a
milkish hue, again changing to a dark and torpid appearance. • There are many men who die of this
I difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which is the second stage of semina' weakness. Dr. S. will guarantee a
! perfect cure in all such cases, and a healthy restoration of the genito-urinary organs.
TO M I.A.DIBS. ■
Statistics prove that a great many women are afflicted with diseases peculiar to their sex. DR.
SPINNEY, having spent many years in the study of Female Complaints, feels competent to treat them
in their most malignant forms, *nd would therefore cordially invite all who are suffering to come and try
his method of cure, which has relieved thousands and saved many from a premature grave. . "
MS" CONSULTATIONS FREE. Thorough Examination and Advice, »V, 1 Office Hours— A. K. to
(p.m.; Evenings, 6to 8 ; Sundays, from 11 a. m. to 1 r. x. . Call or address : UK. SHIN \E V A CO.,
< So. 415} It street. Sacramento. °£.£ti£ns2 \ -....-- <■„' BS-4ptf
MAKKETS.
P. R. KESTNER
fj-^- HAS BOUGHT THK % : : vJ ••■■^J^".
y^^^Clotden Bute Warfaft.iJ^Sli^
; v ; J Streit, Bbtweex Sixth asd Skvkstu, ;
Where he will kecpeverytbing in bis line. Prices to
suit everybody. Orders promptly filled and delivered.
Country orders solicited. -' Give him a call. 4ptf
: chris. weisel & co. j: W,
Sos. 818 and 220 L street, Near Eighth. ;
BUTCHERS AND PORK PACKERS, g/fTWH.
j Choice Hams, Bacon, Lard, Mea'ltjCp" j
Pork, Clear Pork. Pigs' Feet, Spare Rib?, JSIS» I
at lowest market price. Highest price paid for ■
grain-fed H^rs. •:.= - : -■: --■-■■ ■---■ o!8-4ptf ■
LONGTON & ANTHONY,
Corner Finh and X street*. - .
■VmT'HOLESALE ASD i RETAIL DEALERS IN
feVVfc Ratter, F.sgß. C'heene. *'«•»> Flub,
Ponllry. Meat*. «.:inir. and Market F«duce.
Country orders a specialty. .'■••,•. .; ; " ''■ •■•'■ o9lm "&.
--.'•' '■ ~ ■ ■- .-■'.*'• ■'-' .' ' ' . ■.■'.'
SEAL ESTATE & INSURANCE
W. P. COLEMAN.
_ REAL v TATS SALESROOM, 88 J STREET
| Beal Estate Beasht * Said on Commission.
>. > . ?/. ■ -'. ■si ;,;.-•-■ Ageat for the . . '• -'..;,
;.v LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE,
FIREMAN'S mSD OF SAN FRANCISCO
FIRE COMPANIES.- Also the :
N. Y. LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. s3O-4pln
UNION
! TNSURAXtS COMPANY, SAN FRANCISCO
Fire and Marine.
I CAPITAL, tally paid;...:.;......... •»•,•••
Losses Mompt'.v adjusted and paid in goW coin.
/> C\DWALADER 4 PARSONS, -=
General Agents Sacramento Div'n, No. 61 J street
r;..',.:--';'-v'^ •■;.; ■■■ aul3-4pti.-^;r.:.''_jti:;;f. v;
NOTICE.
ALL PERSON'S WHO OWE ANY BILLS FOR
' goods bought at my store, 924 J street, S. S.
BtEDE acting as my agent and manairer, are here-
by notified not to pay such bills, nor any part of
: them, to said 8. 8. BEEDE, nor to any one but my-
self, as he is no longer employed by me. v- l ■«■?.•;.
- ■ :•-"■■ ■:■- ■ vC. H. OILMAN, " :
:.' '"; ..-. ;:_ ■'.": Proprietor of the Red House. ;■.
»- Sacramento, October 18, 1380. ;' ,■;-.•;, ,022-tf (
OABBIAQES, HAENESS, ETC,
mmwk Saddle and Harness
f*"il t i^^^l °' 619 X Blreet<
Ms j( \ libf-Wn Scxt w Golden Easrle Hotel
li^iH HUff Manufacturer, Importer,
sr^sf f^Wmil Dealer. A full stock on
fcfla ££('%/& hand of everything in the
%3SI J& TtJGgr business, at lleduccd Prices.
njmj B^ Fine Harness and Side Saddles
offered for cash, at one-half
from former prices. Patent Copper-Riveted Collars
a specialty— never break or give way at the rim.
-'* .■■■.•- ■-•■-■ ■ ■ s6-lm -•■■•-•• ■■ -■• ' '■ ■"•-"■- '-
-4. A. YAH VOORHIKS. , . *• STOKE
R. STONE&CO.,^
Manufacturers, Importers and Wholesale Dealers li
SADDLES; '-HAMS, ; SADDLERY
HARDWARE, LEATHER.
SHOE FINDINGS, CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS,
Carriage Robes, Horse Clothing, Collars, Whips,
Saddlers' and Shoemakers' Tools, etc.
NO. 59* 4 STBEET,
BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH, SACRAMENTO.
. 84-4plm ' .
.- PIKE & YOUNG.
CARRIAGE MANUFACTUR- _«-»»;
\^j ers, comer of Fourth and fi££3isS^>\
L streets, Sacramento, have on BWytWf?J#s>.
«nd the largest assortment of SCcSia*eL__Si:
Carriages, Wagons and Buggies to be found In Sacra
maiitn which Tiev will sell at very low rates anl3-4p
LEGAL . NOTICES. ~
PROBATE NOTlcir
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SACRA-
IO niento.— ln the Superior Court, in the matter
of the Eatate of ELIZA OLSEN, deceased.— Upon
reading and filing the petition of ANN OLSEN,
Executrix of the last will and testament of said
deceased, and it duly appearing therefrom that it is
necessary to sell certain real estate in said petition
set forth, and described as follows, to wit : A strip
of land, 70 feet by 60 feet, on the northeast corner
of Sixth and X streets, in the city of Sacramento,
county of Sacramento, and State of California,
being part of Lot 8, in the Block of said city
bounded by J and X, and Sixth >ud Seventh streets.
It is therefore ordered that all persons interested
in the estate of said deceased be and appear before
this Court, at the Court-room of said Court, at the
city of Sacramento, on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22,
18S0, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M., and show cause,
if any they- may, why the prayer of said petition
should not be granted, and an order made directing
the Executrix to sell the real estate above described.
It is ordered that a copy of this order he published
in the Sacrami.mo Record- L'xto.v, for four succes-
sive weeks.
Dated October 19. 1880.
ROBT. C. CLARK, Superior Judge.
[seal.] A true copy. Attest: T. 11. BERKEY,
Clerk.
Fhkeman- & Bates. Attorneys. 021-4w
PROBATE NOTICE.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAC-
ramento.— ln the Superior Court. In the mat-
ter of the estate of WILLIAM ROBINSON, de-
ceased. In the Superior Court of the county of
Sacramento. The people of the State of California,
send greeting: In pursuance of an order of the
Hon. S. C. Densou, Judge if the Superior
Court of the county aforesaid, duly made and
entered on the sth day of NOVEMBER, 1830, notice
is hereby given that MONDAY, the 22d day of
NOVEMBER. ISSO, at ie o'clock A. M. of said day, at
the County Court-room, at Court-house, in the
county of Sacramento, has been appointed as the
time ami place for hearing the application tf
WILLIAM SALES, praying that a document now
on file in this Court, purporting to be the last will
and testament of WILLIAM ROBINSON, deceased,
be admitted to probate, an.l that letters testamentary
be issued thereon to WILLIAM SALES, who is
named therein as executor, at which time and place
all persons interested may appear and contest the
same. It is further ordered by the Court, that
notice hereof ha made by publication for ten suc-
cessive days in the Rkc rd-U.mox, a newspaper
printed and published in said Sacramento county.
Witness my hand and the seal of said Court hereto
affixed, this ith day of NOVEMBER, A. D. 1880.
[seal.] " THOS. H. BERKKY, Clerk.
n6-10t By J. 11. Parxkll, Deputy Clerk.
SUMMONS.
SIATF. OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAC-
ramento ss. In the Superior Court, in and
for said county. The People of the State of Cali-
fornia to J. P. TUCK, greeting: You are hereby
notified that an action was commenced in the
Superior Court of the county of Sacramento, State
aforesaid, by the filing a complaint in the Clerk's
office, of said Court, on the 23d day of OCTOBER,
1880, in which action S. N. TUCK is plaintiff, and
you are defendant. That the general nature of the
action as appears from sa/d complaint, is as follows :
To obtain a decree of this Court dissolving the bonds
of matrimony now and heretofore existing between
the plaintiff and defendant, on the alleged ground
of the willful desertion of plaintiff by said de-
fendant, and his failure to provide for her the
common necessaries of life; also for general
relief. Ani you are hereby directed to appear and
answer said complaint within ten days from the
service of this writ, exclusive of the day of service,
if served on you in said county of Sacramento ; and
within thirty days, exclusive of the day of service,
if served elsewhere ; and you are further notified
that unless you so appear and answer within the
time above specified, the plaintiff will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded therein.
In testimony whereof, I, Thoa. H. Berkey, Clerk
of the Court aforesaid, do hereunto set mv hand and
affix the seal of said Court, this 23d day of
OCTOBER, A. D. 18^0.
[seam THOS. H. BERKEY, Clerk.
By J. 11. Parsell, Deputy Clerk.
L. S. Taylor, Plaintiff's Attorney 025-4plaw2mM
SUMMONS^ "
tJTATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAC-
Jo ramento— si In the Superior Court. The
People of the State of California, to WM. TAAFFE,
THUS. McCAHILL, D. A. MAGEHAN, THOS.
MASTERSON, P. A. MURPHY, greeting : You are
hereby summoned to answer the complaint of M.
M. ODELL, in said Court filed against you, within
ten days from the service of this writ, exclusive of
the day of service, if served on you in this county ;
if served out of this county, but within this district,
within twenty days ; but if served on you without
said district, then in forty days from such service, ex-
clusive of the day of service, in an action commenced
on the 2:2 I day of MARCH, 18S0, in said Court. Said
action is broug* t to obtun a decree of this Court
requiring defendants to set forth the nature of
their several claims in and to that certain pier c or
parcel of land situate in the County of Sacramento,
State of California, described as follows, viz : Com-
mencing at the intirseetiou of X and Thirtieth
streets on the south line of X street, and running
thence easterly on the south line of said X street,
to the west line of Thirty street, thence south
along said west line of Thirty street to V
street, thence west along the north line of V street
to Thirtieth street, thence north to the place of be-
ginning as laid down on the official map of the City
of Sacramento. That all atlveise claims of the
said defendants be determined by the Court, and
that it be declare and adjudged that the defend-
ants or either of them have no estate or interest in
or to said premises, and that the dcfendants'bnd each
of them be forever debarred from asserting any
claim in or to said p enii?es adverse to plaintiff,
and also for general relief ; all of which IS fully
stated in the complaint on tile herein, to which ref-
erence is hereby made, and for cause of action
plaintiff alleges that he is the owner of and in pos-
session of said premises, and that said defendants
have no right or title thereto ; and you are further
notified, that if you fail to answer the complaint
as directed, plaintiff will take default against you
and apply to the Court for judgment for the relief
prayed for therein. ,
In testimony whereof, I, Thos. 11. Berkey, Clerk
of th» Court aforesaid, do hereunto set my hand
and affix the goal of said Court, at office in the City
ef Sacramento, this Md day of MARCH, A. D. ISSU.
[BE*!..] ■ THOS. H. BERKEY, Clerk.
By J. H. Pauskll, Deputy Cleik.
L. S. Taylor, Attorney for Plaintiff. j . '
: EClaw*2mM _ ,
SUMMONS-
CJTATE OF CALI FORMA. COUNTY OF S4CRA-
meiito-ss. In it* Superior Court. ' The
People of the State of California, to WILLIAM
TAaFFE, THOMAS McCAUILL, D. A. MAGEHAN
and THOMAS MASTEUSOV, greeting : > \ou are
hereby summoned to answer the complaint of M. M.
ODELL, in Slid Court filed against you, within ten
days from the service of this writ, exclusive Of the
day of service, if served en you in this county; if
served out of this county, but within tbn di«tnct,
within twenty days; but if served on yen without
saxl district, then in forty days from such service,
exlosite of the day of service, in an action com-
mewed on the 22<1 day of MARCH, lh<», in said
Court. Said action is brought lo obtain a decree of
th» Court. requ : ring defendants V- set forth the
nature of their several claims in and to that certain
Piece and parcel of land, situate in the city of Sacra-
nx itto county of Sacramento, Mate of California,
described as follows, viz. : Commencing at the inter-
section of "V and Twenty-ninth streets, on the south
lin«of W street, and running east along the south
line of said W street, to the west line «f Thirty-
first street ; thence south along said west line to I
street - thence nest along the north nne of A
street to Twenty-ninth street; thence north to the
»]»<;« of beginning. That aH adverse efoims of
the said defendants be determined by th« Court,
and that it •be declared aod ; adjudged that
th« defendants, or either of them, have no estate
•r interest in or to said premises, and that the
f defendants and «sch of them be forever debarred
j from asserting any claim in or to said premises
I adverse to plaintiff, also for general relief ; and far
cause of action plaintiff alleges that be s the owner
and la possession of said premises, and that Mid
defendant* have no right or title thereto; all of
which is folly stated in the complaint on file herein,
to which reference is hereby made. And you are
herein notified, that if you fail to answer tbe com-
plaint as directed, plaintiff will take default against
you and apply to the Court for Judgment for the
relief- prayed for therein. "' . A '
• In testimony whereU, I, Thomas H. Berkey, Clerk
of the Court afoiesaid, do hereunto set ray hand
and aSx the seal of said Court, at office in the
City (4 Sacramento, this 22d day of MARCH, A. D.
18S0. -■' "; • . , '-^^4l«Misim|PM|
ISBAL.I THOMAS 11. BERKEY, Clerk.
By J. H. Paknell, Deputy Clerk.
L. S. Tat LOR, Attorney for Plaintiff. ;
<7 - •-■ . ' . - . ' s6-law2niM ■• ■ :' . :
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BLACK > DIAMOND COAL
? : V: AND SCREENINGS.
r-nHE ABOVE ■ WELL 1 KNOWN^SUPZKOR
I MONTE DIABLO COAL, the most economical
that can be used form .am, is lor s..:e ia low to suit
at Black Diamond lyuuliug. Cor^ra Cost» county,
and at the office of the Co-apony, s utheajt corner
of Folsom and S r ear Btr^San^Franoweo.^
- ial6-tl{"' ' President C. 6. C. M.' Co.
RAILBOADS, STEAMERS, LIU
Central Pacific Railroad.
Commencing Monday, October 18. 188«,
,_ AMD tnmL rr/RTHM aoncm
TRAIN AND BOATS WILL LEAVE SACRAMENT*
i as follows:,.
1 ,cr A A.M.-(Sun lays excepted>-Acconimod»-
4J&U dation Train .0 Marysville, Red Bluff and
■ ■■--:•".■• Redding. • >■■. ■■ "> -
IV.AA A. M.— (Daily)— Overland, Emigrant,
itW Freight and Accommodation Train. ' -
7.0 A •*. (Daily)— Pacific Express, via Davis
I i*W ■"■ a d Benicia, for San Francisco. -Connect*
(Sundays excepted) at Davis with Mi • m-
ii datioriTrsin to Wood:au. , Williams and
Willows. Connects daily at Suisun foi
. Vallejo, and via Napa Junction for Calls-
.-: tog» (stages for the Geysers). j
IAtA A A. M.— as soon inereafter as pi JO
I V.WV ticable, Sundays excepted)— Steamer for
-.;■ . »C San Francisco, touching at all way port*
on the Sacramento river. '_.■■'■
1 1 ,0 • A. (Daily )-Local ? Passenger Train
II tOO for Stockton, Tracy, , Livermore, Niles,
Oakland and San Franc SCO. Connect*
at Gait for lone, and it Miles (or San
Jose. ■■.--;
l ill*' M.— (Sundays excepted^Local Pa»-
-1 -»«1 V senger Train for Davis, Benicia and San
;.;;.; .•-■,'. Francisco. Connects at Suisun for Vallejo
and (via Napa Junction) for Calistoga. -
1 A **• M.— (Sundays excepted)—
L/ZtOV Train for Davis and Woodland. Con-
nects at Woodland for William* and
Willows.- - ■ ■ -i'.^ :
a, 1 A P. M.— (Dally) -At'antic Express for 001.
".10 fax, Reno (Carson and Virginia), Battle
Mountain (Austin), Palisade (Eureka),
Ogden, Omaha and East. " " '
•>.OA P. M.-(Daily)-Oregon - E*pre» lor
-4i/*W Marysville, Chico, Red Bkiff and Redding
'. (stages for Poitland, Oreg n).
i),OA P. *!•— iSunda s excepted)— Local Ac
wiUV commodation Train to Lathrop. Connect*
with the Arizona Eipregg for Merced,
Madera (Yosemite and Big Trees), Visalia,
Sumner, Mojave, Newhall (San Buena-
ventura and Santa Barbara), Los An-
• geles, Santa Monica ft Islington, Santa
Ana (San Diego), Colton and Yuma (Col.
orado river steamers), connecting direct
with daily trains of the Southern Pacific
Railroad of Arizona for Maricopa (stages
•or Phoenix and Prescott), Casa Grands
(stages Mr Florence), Tucsod, Benson
(stages for Tombstone). Willoox and Lords-
burgh, 1,138 miles from San Francisco
(stages for New Mexico). Sleepi c i art
between Oakland, Los Angeles, Yum»
and Benson.
Q,-»A P. M.— (Daily)- Local Passenger Train
OiJW - for Davis, Benicia and San Francisco.
!»«*iA P* Sl.— (Daily >— Westward Emigrant
OtOV . Train, via Davis and Benicia, for San Fran-
cisco. ■ . .
7,-i M P. M.— (Sundays excepted)— Passenger
•10 Train to Davis, Woodland and Knight*
Landing.
QtRA' P. Hi.-(Sundays excepted)— Virginia
UiOU city Express for Auburn, Colfax, Truckee
at d Reno. Connects with Virginia and
Truckee Railroi d for Carson and Virginia.
Sleeping Car from Sacramento to Carson.
A. N. TOWNE..... General Superintendei t
T. H. GOODMAN Gen'l Pass'r and Ticket Agent
Ja9-4ptf ■ ■•■:■■ %
CHANGE OF TIME.
Sacramento & FlaceryiHe Railroad.
On and after Wednesday, Dee. 31, 187*.
UNTIL FURTHKR NOTICE,
Trains will run as follows, daily, except Sundays !
Leave Sacramento for Folsom, Latrobe
and Shingle Springs ~.. 7:00 A.M.
Leave Sacramento for Folsom 4:00 P. M.
Leave Shingle Springs for Latrobe, Fol.
som and Sacramento 10:35 A.M.
Leave Lstrobe for Folsom aud Sacra-
. mento 11:19 A.M.
Leave Folsom for Sacramento 7:00 A.M.
Leave Folsom for Sacramento _ 12:20 P. M.
d7-tl J. B. WRIGHT, Sup"t.
FOR PORTLAND AND ASTORIA,
QBJGCrOBir.
j»^~ THE OREGON RAILWAY AND
/^^^NAVIOATIUN COMPANY AND
**^;- 1 T^fff* Pacific Coast Steamship Compan
cS?KEH»* Kill dispatch e.er) five days, fo
the above ports, one < f their New A 1 Iron Steam-
ships, viz. :
OREGON, GEORGE W. ELDER
state or 'iiTiroBXU.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA.
BAILING DAYS:
November.... .'. 7. IS. 17, 22, 97
December -', 7. IS. 17. 23, g;
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
Connecting at Portland, Oregon, with Steamers and
Railroads and their connecting Stage lines for all
points in Oregon, Washington and Idaho Territories,
British Columbia and Alaska.
K. VAN OTERENDORP, Agent O. R. and N. Co
Si . 210 Batter, street, San Francisco, Cal.
GOODALL, PERKINS & CO.,
Agents P. C. S. S. Co., No. 10 Market street,
Francisco. mv 3--
« AND EESTAUBANTS.
~ ~~ STATE HOUSE,
Corner Tenth ami X Streets, Sacramento.
HELDRED, PROPRIETOR— Board and lodg-
# ing at the most reasonable rates. Bar and
billiard rooms attached. Street cars pass the door
every five minntes.
/3T Free omnibus to and from the House.ol6 4plm
YOUNG AMERICA
fVYSTER AND CHOP BOOBS, -=r, N .— -v
\J No. 45 Second street, bet. J and K. iSJVti ( *
Eastern and California Oysters in every
style Meals at all hours, imported XKiiE^
Wines, Cigars, Etc J. BOBAN, Prop. 014-4plm
CAPITAL OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE, '^ S~\
Third Street, bet. .' AMI X, S. '\\ F
Opposite Record-Union- Oitick. Open NjfiSr
Night and Day. Private Rooms for Families.
oS-4plm 'CAKKA'-lIAR & CO.. Proprietors.
RAILROAD HOUSE,
FRONT STREET, No. 81, BETWEEN X AND L,
Sacramento.— Meals, 25 cents ; Beds, 25 cents.
Board and Lodging at low rates per week and
month. J. R. JOHNSTON, Proprietor. 01-4plm
TONEY'S
t&s\ /~~\ OYSTER* & CHOP HOUSE, _|r£--?«
Safir^ Nos. 74 and 76 J Strimt, GiivXSL
'»'&' Between Third and Fourth. %££.
• ' Newly refitted. Private Rooms for Families.
Eastern and ' California OYSTERS in every style.
s3-4plm '
ARCADE HOTEL. ~
SECOND STREET, BETWEEN J AND K. SAO-
£3 ramerto.
Ju24-tf THOS GTJTWtAN, Proprietor.
MECHANICS' EXCHANGE.
DECTSCHES GASTHAUS, NOS. If, 20 AND M
1 street, between Front m I Seem:.', S*crw
mcr.to. Meals, "St eelitft; Bed*, S3 cent*.
jy22-tf JACOB BCHMID, Proprietor.
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, ETC.
P. H. RUSSELI,
J STREET, BETWEEN SEVENTH AND EIGHTH.
•I illOICi: tiKOCFBIKS, '
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, FOR LOWEST
MARKET PRICES.
Order* promptly tilled and the Good*
shipped by mil or steamer free of charge.
Addrexs p. O. Box <t'j::, Sacramento. 020-ln»
fsW JEXL _9Ls -fl. -I. JEm Oft
HLWAUKi LAGIR BEEE,
Also BOCA BEER,
OS DRAL'ODT, AT
«.HI HIKES SALOON, SO. 522 J BTUF.KT.
i-v; "' ■•:. » '■ i' ■ 00-lm
OHAB. W. RAPP & CO.,
f^ BeCERS, 13« J ST. BET. FIFTH & SIXTH,
Sacramento.
- A i]<r» stock of American, French and English
Groceries. Also, a large assorment of the finest
Jip»n TeaA an22-4Dlt>
WILCOX, POWERS & CO.,
Importers and Whole ale Liquor Dealers,
NO. 505 U STREET,
SACRAMENTO ....CAU
"-•-•■■ : - -' ■ ■ aul»4ptf
___ — _ — —
REMOVED.
■ ifclJbnKTJBJEfe SXIOS.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
fine Brandies, Win* Mid Kentucky Whtekiea.
AgenU of the real Chris. Scbroedert ISonlhaeuMr
Whisky, and of the genuine Imported CuhnWher
Beer. Front Fourth street, to !»o. MS X street.
bet. Fr.»l »««. 8^ D l m - CC rn" n " 1110 - -V ?^
.~r — : .. , . -■-■-..- - ■ ■• : r; ■ ■.- .- : -. ■_ ■ . .
I TTi2« Crent Ktrpn^UienliifirßvJ
Heincay ami NKBVK TOXIcBB
is the le-pptju-ite result of over » years of K|l
practical «l>«ricn«. and cures with unfailing l|||
certainty Nervous an-J Miyvic»l Uet.ility, Setn- pUbf
i-i^l Wc-vknc^"!, Spcrrn-ilorrhtca* h:i;>o*encr, fjjj
Hxhausted Vitality, lTcimture Decline and Eh&JL
loss of Mantv^xi, from whatertc cause pro- Q^9
diiced. It enriches and pitn&rt the Blood, WwA
Strengthens the Nerves. Brain. Muscles. L>i- fZjM
iicvtion. Reproductive Ur;r.; and Hi y veal
and Mental Faculties. It st-'-san/ miTLitural *
debilitating drain upon tin* system, preventing Bo^il
involuntary losses debilitating dreams, etc. to W&M
destructive to mind and body. It hi sure WyJM
tlintnator of all Kidney and Bladder Coin- Wm/^k
plaints. Tothose suffcrinjffromthecTileffects Wj^r\ ■
ofYotithfullnrJiscr; : - , ns^T'ly, [Cf^l
thorough, and permaaent Cure is Guaranteed. wmjmM
Price. $^50 per initUe. or five bottles in case, ■Kb
with full directions vu\ advice, %t-x Sent so- WZdM
cure from oi>servahon to any address uji^ii m^^M C
receiut of price. t>t C. O. D. To be hid only WM\
CALnSUt, SIQ SL, S. F. Cat. ■ USI i
DR. SALFMk 216 Keam* St., S. F. Cat. WK\
Consultations Strictly Conf.dcnthl, by letter or E^iJ
, it •ilka (ice To lii Mire perfect secrecy. I jRfIF
Lave adopted a pr:va:e adarc«s, under which wQr
„'■' ail|wiikagc9 are forwarded. , :.■ *-.., .. jW \ . faA
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