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O-IEI: B-COBD__*-I__--VO-a __111-*«0. I'll.. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. at tl>e Post Office tt Sacramento as secon.l class matter PUBLISHED BY THK \ Sacramento Publishing Company. ■ ■ WM. B. MILLS, General Manager. >_Mle_tten Otter, Third at., bet. J and K. THE DAILY KECOKB-raiOS lapahUahad *T_7 <-»» ot th* weak. Sunday* excepted. for one year .$lO 00 Tor _x month*. - 5 00 for three month* 3 00 Tan oople* one fear, to oaa address _ SO 00 Bnb*orlb«f* Mead b» Carrier* at Twbitty-Pivb OS2TT6 per week. In all Interior ci tie* and town* tb* paper oan be bad of the principal Periodical Dealer*. ■-.women and Agent*. vermim*. Bite* la Dally Beeord-Cntoa. On* Square, 1 tame .......,.........„'....,.".. $1 00 E Square, 1 times. 1 75 Squared times. 160 msah additional tuna. (0 lWeek. 1 Weeks. IMocth Half Square, Ist pace I*lso $3 BO MOO Half Square, »d pace J CO (00 100 Half Square, Sd page SOO «M $00 Ball Square, 4th pace SOO 100 « 00 BBS Square, lot pace. SSO 100 . TOO On* Square, 3d pace 6 0S TOS 10 00 Oas Square, 3d pace 4 OS 6 0S 8 00 One Square. 4th pace SOS 4 00 6 00 Star Kctloee, to follow r«— __■ matter, twenty-fira •act* a line for each insertion. adrertUeoMn t* of Situation* Wanted, Bouaeito Let, ■odctr MaaWnaj, ate., of bits likes ob utaa, will be |p« art 11 4 la th* Daily Rboobd-Übiok a* follow* : One abas .SS centa three Urn** 60 oenta way ****''"• ••■■■•.. .16 cent* •-ran word* to ooaatltute a Ilea. . . .-fl :v':'v nn weekly raies j DPabllahad hi mmt-tnkUy part*). . idaraßdonWadaradar and Saturday of asah weak. -c*»prl*ine Bleat Pace* In each lania. or Sixteen Pace* •bob wttS. ana la the cheapest and moat daxtrabl* Bone, New* aad Utarary Journal published on tba K-^Om Yaat.. «S 50 Weekly •*■_•_ AdrerOalax Bat**. mtUSfun. I Vj55...... .« >* MwQwfiaUlUMl VaBBBB-a a •• a*>* •••«■•••• *a*)*B4*« *• a* •• W l*«had-fciwi^':::::::::::::r:::::::":::::: i « _t__ttm -rHUeHT), A BBKtMltiMliMMlt(llMtltltll. » • ■ JJJJ pall aflllMnaal mms 1 tl WASTED, LOST AND FOUND. Advertisement* of five line* In this depart— are •m sorted for 25 cents for oaa time ; three time* for SO -srn— nr 75 cent* per week. - ~ --- - __ WANTED-FOR THE COUNTRY ORDER DE- partment of Mechanics' Store, an energetic and competent PACKER. Apply after 10 A.' B. mrl2-3t LOST, MARCH 10m— A SILVER STEM-WIND- er Watch, with the inscription, "To Elwood from Eddy," on tbe back. The finder will be re- warded by leaving it at MRS E. B. CROCKER'S, Third and O streets. . . mrl2-tt WANTED— SITUATION TO DO GENERAL . housework by a respectable woman, who is a good cook. Inquire southeast corner Thirteenth and F streets- . . mrll-lw' ' EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. WANTED— ALL KINDS HELP, MALE AND Female. Particular attention paid to Furnish- ing Hotels, Private Families and Fanners with Help, Free of Charge to employers. HOUSTON _ CO.. one door south of Fourth and X streets, Sacra- mento _tv. nIS-lptf TO LET 0B FOB SALE" Advertisement* of fire line* in this department are aaerted for 25 cant* for one time ; three time* for SO oenta or 76 cent* pet week. ; TO LET— SUITE OF FRONT ROOMS, NICE- Iy furnished ; also single rooms. 710 X street. : "• mrl2-lw* FOR SALE- TWO CORNER LOTS-ONE COR- ner of H and Twanty-third streets, and lot 8, comer of Twenty-third and I streets. These lots are in the best portion of the city and surrounded by first-class improvements. Will be sold low. Inquire of HENRY LONOTON, Fulton Market, Fifth and X streets. ■' . . mr!2-lw TO LET— HOUSE ON X STREET, BE-Aft****. ' tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth. Apj l| new bouse, two story, witb eif bt rooms * -**"" bath-room, with hot and cold water and gas, all modern improvements, and a large stable. In. quire within. ; mrfllw* si a AAA WILL BUY A LOT 81-150, __t_ •v'CJ-.V" *" corner L and Second streets, HjJJj being Lot No. Five (5), in block bounded bv SaM, X and L, and Front and Second streets, with the Tbroe-storj and B-avmeut Brick Building thereon, known as the FRENCH HOTEL. Also, Biick | Stable and Frame Building on tbe same lot. One- third cash; balance on time to suit purchaser, at low rate of interest. Apply to PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BAN X, southeast corner Fourth and J street*. .' ■ mrfl-lplw ■_ RANCH FOR SALE- WELL ADAPTED To«***j, fruit-growing ; 160 acres of land ; title wWf good; 60 acres fenced ; 20 aces in grain ; a * young orchard of 350 trees ; 1,000 bearing grape a ines ; also 2 wagons, 5 horses, 22 head of cattle ; - bogs and chickens ; small house and barn ; good water. Within one-half of a mile of Central Pacific Railroad. ' For terms and particulars address E. GRANT, Penryn, Placer county, Cal. MrS lplm* MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE, AT A low rate of interest, by PETER BOHL. mr4 lptf TO LET— FRAME HOUSE OF FOUR.f'J-'-k. rooms, with stable ■> and out houses m_\_\\'\ Rent, $10 per month. Apply to J. STORTZ.iiU. Sixteenth > nd L streets. mr4-tf FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN--OWING TO DE- parture from the city, 1 offer for sale a Resi- dence, containing six rooms and cellar ; also Stable, chicken-house, wagon and cow-sheds, fence aid other improvements, on the block situated between Twenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth, Pand Q streets. No danger of high water ; easy of access ; . good graded streets all the way out ; seven blocks from the street railroad : two wells of good soft and clear water ; capital place for raising fowls. Also will sell one Bay Colt, 3 years old, very gentle, and broke to harness and saddle ; one Wbi'e Mare, gentle and easy riding; a No. 1 Milch Cow; alight Spring Wagon, nearly new ; single Harness ; a Saddle and Bridle. Apply on the premises, or at Sacramento News Company's, 1014 Fourth street, between the hours of 12 a. and 1 r. m. H. B. BURLINOAME. ,•--■•-■ mr4-tt LB C.l FIRST-CLASS ROOMS, SINGLE OR IN SUITE. - ' Prices to suit the times. The accommoda- tions of this new house are unsurpassed, and will be kept strictly first-class. Also, Unfurnished Rooms. CLUNIE BUILDING, northeast corner of Eighth and X streets. mr3-lplm FOR SALE— I6O ACRES OF FINE FARMING land, located six miles west of Princeton, Colusa county, and two miles from the Railroad Depot at Willows. Title perfect, an 1 will be sold at a bargain. Address MRS; E. REDNALL- Sacramento Postoffice. . mr 2 lplm* FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN— ALL THE MA- chinery complete and appurtenances belong- ing to a large Alden Fruit-drying and Preserving Establishment. Apply to ADAMS, McNEILL _ CO , Sacra— lento city. mrl-tf FOB SALE.— HANDSOME ANDAfSfc. Commodious RESIDENCE (new) of P. Hjjjl LAWSON, together with its Splendid Furniture. Situated on O street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth, No. 1511. Will be sol iat cost price. Inquire on premises ; or at shop, No. 415 X street. - - mr2-tf - . -■ ■ ■■-•-■ ;.■-■■-■ fc -» KAA ACHES " 0R SAl_i-<*ONSIST-«fil-» sV,OVV ing of Farming, Fruit, Vine andvpP Garden Lands, in farms and lots of a size to-----*-" suit purchasers, from twenty acres upwards, lying from 2} to 6 miles north of Vacaville, Solano county. Apply at the banking house of JAM E3 L. ENGLISH, southwest corner of Fourth and J streets, Sacra- mento. ..-■•■ v ' ■ ' mrl-lm - m HOMES FOR SALE, -ffift Third street, bet ween Land M: seven roe— is ; frame ; one and a half-story. 91,900 P street, between Sixth and Seventh ; •" sL\ room*; frame; one and a half -story. ...$l,OOO I O street, between Fifteenth and six- teenth ; six rooms frame one and a half* story; lotOOxlOO.. ........82,000 tr AH In good condition. . Half cash ; deferred payments, at low rate of interest. Possession given when reajuirad. " — : Cadnaliider & Parsous, ; REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Third and J Btreeta..(«arlO-tfl.'. Sarramento HOTEL TOR SALE. A WELL- LOCATED, NICELY FINISHED JMh and Furnished Country HOTEL, with ■■'•j an area of Two Acres Fine Land, and a Stable JgaL to accommodate *M Head of Horses, i* off ere at the lew price of 83.000. 1 The place is doing a lucrative buginesa, and the owner only sells on account of other important business. ' For forth; r pa: ticuUrs, address CARL STROBEL, Commission Agent, No. 321 J street, - mrfl-lptf :.; 737 JD_E___-e*.3B_--l_ > _*_-*-, HI ii cisc o . XTANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS : FOR . Transient guest*, en Halle or single. •.- Birs-lm' . FOB SALE AT A BARGAIN, PLANING MILL, ENGINE AND BOILEB. ALL COMPLETE. *." *~ - *— ■ '- ' •"-""- — — — - '■""'!'... .--■—- tr Well located for business in Sacramento. Apply to F. O. WATERHOUSE, with W. P. Cole- man. No. 325 J street: '■- -- - ,- : fe24-lptt ." STAR ; MILLS AND MALT HOUSE KEIBOCKC a laces, ; NOS. SO, 62 AND 51 FIF. H ST., SACRAMENTO . dealers in Produce and Brewers' Supplies Manufacturers of Malt end all kinds of Meals, etc. Oatmeal, Oommeil, Cracked Wheat, Graham Flour Buciwhest Fio'or.istc. New <-•■"— fel7-lF_ SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. : HALE BROS. & CO. WE DO NOT WISH TO USE THIS SPACE AT THE PRESENT TIME For An Ordinary Advertisement ; But we occupy it differently, because we deem it the best means of saying to the public, in the most emphatic manner, what we have to state upon a peculiarly - delicate subject. •-\ ' . •■ - , : . -f.Tfflt^r.yrfl ■ ■ ' , - ■ mJ3ti_% .ST"^ JSSs. TB3? H ft V -*___ , " Hb_T --Hlk- J-TW JR-J" lfl O" We regret to learn that through some cause for which we cannot account, and from some source that we are unable to trace, but which would seem to find its origin in a malicious and unfriendly feeling against us in some quarter, A REPORT HAS GAINED GROUND, -it...--; p ypf ■■*.:>,.:•>."■ -v. .ii.... ■,; : \ 'X^Jpfl rp -. .J- ■.'. Not touching us in our capacity as business men, ' and which, from a strictly business point of view, we might allow to pass without referring to it, BUT WHICH WE DESIRE TO STAMP OUT before it gains any considerable currency among the thinking portion of the community. ypflptj- WITHOUT MINCING MATTERS. We may state that the report in question is to the effect that our attitude towards the '. Jewish people is one of hostility, and that we are here --To -Run Out the Jewish Merchants I i We desire to say, flatly and distinctly, that such is by no means the case. We arc not pleased that any should have mistaken our business here to be founded upon narrow, intolerant, and un-American springs of action. We entertain no such ambition, and cherish no hopes for any such results to arise from our progress in Sacramento. Difference in religious creeds, race prejudices, and purely political beliefs are matters that no business men of liberal views will allow to enter into their considera- tions of business procedure, and, in this advanced age, we don't propose to allow a report to gain credence that we have gone one hundred years behind the times, and now cherish prejudices unworthy of our forefathers. WE DO NOT; SOLICIT THE SPECIAL FAVOR OF ANY CLASS OR ANY CREED. We have respect for all sincere beliefs^ and for all honorable men. In social converse and business intercourse, we have mingled freely beyond the bounds of what beliefs we may be devoted to. If we are capable of carrying on a successful business, our views must of necessity be broad enough to reject ideas that are weak, intolerant and sectional. None are more avowedly hostile to bigotry or nonsensical excljsiveness than we are. All this we say, not for effect, or as a hint at explanation or apology, but that the subject has been several times lately brought before us, and we dislike the NARROW- NESS OF SOUL AND EDUCATION that the expressions imply. OUR PRESENCE IN SACRAMENTO IS FROM PURELY MERCANTILE CAUSES. We had some money to invest, and seeking a field for business activity we decided that this was a center in which we could, with our unusual facilities, establish ultimately a permanent and healthy business, yielding a reasonable interest on the capital invested, and at the same time giving the public the best value for the money that they had ever received. ItSi • ■ ■ . .-■;.. .' . ■ -3SB?- - • fY-f .--'-, yf.Y ft.. . .- ■ "ITT 1,.™ TV \. J Tl X- TT We have Purchased a Property Here, And henceforth our interests are identical with those of Sacramento. With our fellow-citizens we therefore desire to have no' parrel from any cause.; ; We aim to build ; up a business upon sound principles, minding our own affairs exclusively, and hoping that by the shrewd and able manner in. which we may; conduct our business, we will command the support and trade of all classes ;of : the community. We have no parrel against those in rivalry with us. Nothing but earnest ; endeavor will result . in ; success, and ; all are entitled to a place in the race. These are our views, and we wish them understood, in view of some reports to the contrary. VERY RESPECTFULLY, NER NINTH ANDK STS, SACRAMENTO, SACRAMENTO, MONDAY MORNING. MARCH 14, 1881. . MECHANICS' STORE. • ■ : ■■- ■- ■' - - '•-.-.. • .-■ ,v--.-W,.,.. : . ....■■- ■/.*. ..... ,f.f- ■ -.;.-.-■ tf.- ,f . ■.•■...- ■■:■.?■■.; _____ . ______ ___________ -—_.. ..,:..-■ •:-■ - • --■ -... . ■ -.. .■■■-.-■ ...-.- ... ■- . . . . — >— — *— • . ■. -A.Y--.t--Y —.- - - ..- ■- ■ -.--.- ___ ■ ■-...- I^f* ENLARGING- i^^__3f JflJflfl'J. -\^M^^^ ' -■.:- y i fl ■ . il . ' iy. -i.-i- ■-'■:■ -THE- '•_.-. ■-'* ■ ■ ■ ■ „■-.* ■',-■■— g^^_?€^ES,__l §.- ■ - :■ .. •-'■■■ ~ v -- . ■ ■ •■■'-." ■",■ - ■ .....-.,. . ■-. We again find it necessary to extend the — -§■*'■' *■ j ■>-'"-.'•> .^?-:- '-^~.'- .- g— ■•' : *-*j ■■ ..' -."•— ... ~ "'^-f'*^T**fm limits of onr stores. We have therefore given the Architect orders to draw up plans and specifications with that. aim in view . ' We propose to push the work forward as rapidly as possible so as to accommodate the recent purchases made by our Mr. WEIN- STOCK in the Eastern Market. • '' JaaßßßHatS^^'-'-Vv-" WE HOPE TO PLACE BEFORE THE PI'BLIC THE -. ._. * : . , ... yiflflj ■ r&fl, . cOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOObOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOnOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAnnnnnnAA OOOOOOOOOOOOOUOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOUOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOUOUOOOOOOOOOOO 1 LARGEST, CHOICEST I oo * •" 00000000000000000000000 .oeOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOnnnnnnnn OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO^OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO AND Most Varied Stock of G-oods To be found under one root in any house on the Pacific coast. We shall endeavor to be able to offer the Lowest [Prices. -Respectfully, WE I S T O K & LUBIN, P ROPRIETORS OF TH E MECHANICS' STORE, 400, 402, 404, 406, 408 X STREET, - - - - . SACRAMENTO. fiir 8 ONE PRICE! "=^j ■ : Our . : HBff ILLUSTRATED *PEICE LIST will be ready for distribution in a short time, We forward them, as well as samples, FKEE OP CHARGE to any part .'of, the j Pacific coast. ———■_■■——————_■—__—————————_■_—_■■————■—— B—__—_i BUSINESS GABDS ~ ~ V-' T. B. HcFAB-AND, . ■ : ATTORNEY AT OFFICE, SOUTHWEST ,£\ corner of J and Fourth streets. Residence, H street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth, mra^p" JOBS I 11 11. ASSAYER AND CHEMIST, NO. 317 J -STREET, Sacramento, Cal. All Assays and Chemical Analysis accurately carried out at short notice and moderate rates. Mining Property Sold and Gold Purchased. Instructions given in Blow Assay- ing, by which gold and silver can be discovered in a few minutes in an ore or alloy. : (Send for Circular.) •",- . v mr2-4plm . . ' - ' W. A. HI t.ll*.<>\, M. D., HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON '. Office, southwest corner of Seventh and J streets in Bry -c's new building, up stairs. Resi dence, southeast corner of Seventh and N streets, Sacramento. Offlce hours : Ito 8 and 6toBp. m. . ". '• ' -. -v ■ ■ fe2s*4plm ■■■ - ■■•■;■;.■■■ ■:"■■. B. L. BOXINGS A CO.. TMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS JL lln Fine Brandies, WHOLESALE DEALERS In Fine Brandies, Winos and Liquors. Agents (or Dr. Jaffa's Celebrated Cinchona Bitters; also, agents for Litton Springs Seltzer Water, Sonoma county. California. No. 11l X street, between Fourth and Fifth. f': -' - ---.■ - - fe2s-4plm ' I JAMES McCTBBK. v,i, -■ :Y,:. . . MANUFACTURER OF IRON DOORS, SHUT* ItX v ten. Railings, Gratings, -■ House-work and smithing In general. No. 148 X street, between Fifth and Sixth -. Second-nand Dosrs .or sale - -- -■■■■:■--■'-.■■--•... fe22-4ptf ■:.■■•:-■■■■ . . ■■.. >■■-.--:.-•' •" 1856. . . 3. .-....-- F. FOSTER, -,->--; ;'■" 1881. ) BOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER AND BLANK Book Manufacturer, No. 818 1 street, between Third and Fourth, Sao amen t0. , . -■ . .■■„-; fe2o-4ptt PP W. R. ' KNI-HTS, :*"', S ORNER '« OF ■ FRONT « AND s* L STREETS Highest price for Hides, ; Sheep Pelts and ow. Supplies Butchers with Salt, Paper, latest mproved Sausage Machines, Stuffers, Lard Presses* Etc. Prompt cash returns made for all consist. ments. ■ : - v *■ . . .„. ...... felB-apt"f S. CABLE. — - I. I. CROLT. C4RLE A CROLT, > - CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, ARE PRE* | pared to do all kinds of work in their me, in dty or country. I Princinal place of business, Sacra- mento. Shop, 1114 Second street, between X and L. Post-office Box, 410, Sacramento. .-.-■: felS *ptf ■- ,~i WH.V BLLERT BBIGGS. M.D. OCULIST, i AURIST 1 AND j PHYSICIAN ■' FOB Diseases of the Thi oat. • Offlce, 429 J J street, corner of Fifth, over Sacramento Bank, Sacramento, Cal. Hours— 9:3o to 12 a. a.; Ito 4 p. M Sundays— to 11 A. M.; 1 to 4 r.n. -■-•-■' "■.'-■■'■■■■ fel-tf V *P^fl G. IM. DIXON, M. m.T.Uflfl flfl SURGEON AND HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. Office and residence, on Eighth street, between H and I. I Office hours- 8 to 9a. a., and 12 to 2 and CtoBP. K. Diseases of the Eye and Ear a specialty. .■■*.'.•-'■ ■-. ' .•-'•:.:•■-■•.■:■•-. fel-2m -»■>..---.•.-.-■•■ ■'■ . - 1-. fflflflywM^J GU'ITRNBRRGER, ; ' ■; IRON 'AND y BRASS fl FOUNDER AND . MA- I chinist, Front and N streets. * Manufacturer of Guttenbergei'* Horse Powers, Patent Ground Roller and Clog Crusher and Barley Mills. ■ All kinds of Hydraulic Pipes. ' For sale, three Miller Patent Hay Vnakes.tfl'-Ktt..-yyyf ja3l-4plm * v- REMOVED. CHARLES T. JONES 'AND ! ED. M. MARTIN, Attorneys-at-Law and Notaries Public, have removed their office to No. 607 I street," between I Sixth and Seveath. ja24-4plm x J BUSINESS CABDS. : v DB. 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 9 A. a., 11 A. a. to 2 p. m.. and 6 to 8 P. «■ mrl2-U GBOVE L. JOHNSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW— OFFICE, FIFTH ST.. ' between I and J. Residence, No. 207 I street, between Seventh and Eighth. mrlo-4nlm '■■" J. A. CUNNINGHAM, YYyfly SACRAMENTO BOILER . AND IRON WORKS, I I street, between Front and Second, Sacra- mento. Manufacturer of Steam Boilers, Sheet lion Work, etc. - Also, all kinds of Repairing. I Chang ng Portable Boilers from I Wood to Straw Burners a Specialty.. -,'.', .*..■.--.. mrB-4ptf .. CREED HAYMOND, ATTORNEY. AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, .- Office in Quinn's new building, corner of Fourth and J streets (up stairs), Sacramento. * mr6-4p C. H. Kit Kits _£ 'CO.,''.-." IMPORTERS AND DEALERS LN PAINTS, OILS, -■■; Glass, Varnishes, Brushes, Wall Paper, Wax Flower Goods and Picture Moldings, Painters' and Artists' Materials. Sole Agents for Averill's Mixed Paints, Building Paper. No. 628 J street, Sacra- mento, Cal. ' .: ..v . - - - ■ ■ . -- l-4ptf DR. HATCH. • ■■''■ :. OFFICE 84 J STREET.— OFFICE HOURS: 9 ; A. a. and 12:30 to 2 r. a. . y \ :■ ;;--■■• ]a29-tf . H. F. BOOT. ALBX. KBILBOH. J. DRISCOL. BOOT, NEILSON _*. CO., UNION FOUNDRY-IRON AND BRASS j- Founders and Machinists, Front street, be- tween N and O. Castings ana Machinery of every description made to order. ja24-4plm. • ' BEvIOVAI.. * DR. NIXON HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO v the new building joining his residence on M street,' between Ninth and Tenth,' No. 918. 1 Will visit the Railroad Hospital daily at 9:30 A. M. Office hour*— B to » A. a.; ItoB P. M , 'and evenings dll-lm i.l'^'Dß.. ; G. L. SIMMONS, v NO. 212 J STREET, BETWEEN SECOND AND .Third, Sacramento. * ■ (8 to 10 a.m. V tr OBlc* Hoars: 12t04r. a. > ]»29-4ptf ,- .-i.t ■-,„:■ t (t to 8 , a yYt'i-y-f^-f' jr/j[ Q. GRIFFITH'S •*<£ __! fi PEXBTS 35 a-BAIITB mm IfafjlJaaL. PEXBTN CAL. B^ffiJNLmnE best VARIETY AND *--^^Bi^ JL Largest Quarries on the Pacific Coast.''' Polished Granite Monuments, Tomb- ■tones and Tablets made to order. .'-'■-- .vvv^ivr->>i Granite* Building Stone Cut. Dressed and Polished to order. - . dll-lpO v EAST PARK ASSOCIATION. A MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF >SL ; East Park Association, for the Election of a Board of Directors and other important business, will |be - held WEDNESDAY EVENING, a ."> 730 o'clock, March 23, 1881, at the office of W. P. COLE- MAN, I No. *» 325 J street. 5* Ali , Stockholders I are j earnestly requested to attend .&■.-■ ' -v ■;.:... ■■■ * v**'* i mr9-4ptd mm HOPKINS, Secretary. f-aUITS, SEEDS AND PRODUCE. W. R. STRONG & CO., Wholesale Commission Merchants AND DEALERS IS ALL KINDS OF CALIFORNIA GREEK AND DRIED FBI'ITS NUTS, HONEY, SEEDS, And General Merchandise. tr All orders promptly attended to. Address : W. R. STKONQ & CO., mrfl-lplm Nos. 6, 8 and 10 J street, Sacramento. ' flfl M. T. BREWER at ' CO. > . CommsMon Merchant* and Wholesale ,'flpjy: DIALERS a GREEN ! FEUIT, . DRIED , FRUIT, PROBICK, Vegetables', Honey, Seeds, Alfalfa Seed, Etc., \ Ros. SO and 33 J Street, * Saenunenta. - ; '-' *y : - --■' mrB-lptf ■-...-■' .-. ~-._ ... D. DEBERNARDI & CO-, WHOLESALE COMMISSION,. BBjii i Dealers iv J*o9Be& Butter/ Eggs, Poultry, Vegetables, Frail, Fish and General Produce. •Br* Al' orders will be carefully packed. Having had long^njerience in shipping, we have confident** that we will be able to give satisfaction. Send tor Price List. ,vv ' :.y . ■ . iBk&tmek£&&) D. DEBERNARDI & CO.. itMmmmntm.'...fl. : :PiY.'..t.ii'fl,. ."...: '__'. : .- ... -.,.,,.: w-.^fe_i.u...' .-.- - .;—:', B.TOH A BARNES jpOMMISSION J£ERC_«jnra AND DEALERS IN Produce, table*, Ratter, Egg*, Cheese, . Poultry, Green and Dry Fruits, Honey, Beans, etc ■'■'-' ": -' " 'ALFALFA SEED. ' tr Potatoes In car-load lets or lew. ■• : fe2B-l**tf ;-■-*<■■ y.yy Kos. 21 and 18 J street. . SSSSSSS — ■ ■__—■___, GHicmM _ SONS" . .._ ' - ' ' - ■*■- -. . — ■.;:-. fl. l:-v-.-'. ■;-,■,"-. FIAHrOS! -•. 83* J Street. . . . . . .. Sacrtuaent*. Jflflf. JflflyyJ'flWkkMkOOmil- fl'fl.Yfl Ho. as Dnpont ttreet J-fl-j Ban Franclaco L. K. HAMMER, •OLBj AGENT v FOR THE j BACIFIC j COAST - - Pianos ; sold on tostallmentß, B desired, and foi rent. -Old instrument* taken in exchange for new Orders for tuning carefully attended to. - fe2o-lplu HELVETIA HOUSE, 18,1 and 1013 Fifth Street, between J and ■*i: pflflPi».i — . Saexainent4»."''^v. V.'.; T " ; . ' ■:• XS HOLDENER _ J. OEMSCH, PROPRIETORS ) « Boird and !odi-in? per week, $5 ; board p. r __!_*__- '""J" 1 and lod-rin-- per diy, «1 ; tan-Y.t meals,>2s cents ; rooms per night; 25 and 60 cents' I lelo-lplm ■ *, PACIFIC SLOPE NEWS. [DISPATCHES OF SATURDAY. AND SUNDAY.] : '".■"'■*■ -f'Y-fl'Y ' m .^WZOS% :mm^a.^^p^ t y S^mmmm MINEES' TEOUBLES IN NEVADA. fl'flfl . . ■ ' '. Adjournment of the Legislature of Arizona ■ 'JflrflJ. '- Territory. PASSENGERS VIA CARLIN AND MOJAVE. Brakeman Run Over | and Killed ;' at the pi YpY ...•-•'.■; Summit. • Et^a__-s'- i K^^*i'_-?__^_s-_!¥-- ».■-"". -,_*-*. ./■* - - - ; --v*- I t»^£__? • - ■ - "-" :: ■■', i.IMI« ISIH* 4.1 TEBBITOE-. Sharp Shock of rarthqtfake at Victoria, British Columbia. CALIFORNIA. • ■ • -..v. ■ ■■ . :fl The Kalloch Case— Small-Pox. San Fbancisco, March 13th.— defend ant, I. M. Kalloch, testified yesterday, and was subjected to a rigid cross-examination. He told a graphic story of the tragedy,'in sisting that he acted in self-defense in shoot ing De Young, and had no malice in his heart. ' Rev. I. S. Kalloch, the defendant's father, was recalled, and testified at consid erable length. The Court then adjourned until 10 A. M. to-morrow. :.,- Four cases of small-pox ware reported at the Health Office yesterday, of which two were verified. There was one death from the disease. ■ One case was discovered in China town, on Washington street. The patient, who had evidently been stricken for several days, was sent to the Small- Pox Hospital. Mining Hull Derided. San Francisco, March 13th.— The jury in the case of the Jupiter Mining Company against the Bodie Consolidated Mining Com pany, in the United States | District Court yesterday, returned a verdict for defendant. The case has been on trial for some weeks, and was . submitted to the jury at noon, After three hours' deliberation the jury re turned a verdict as above. -v Catholic Mission— Moody and Sankey— Disagreeable Weather. San Francisco, March 13th. — The Catholic Mission closed at St. Ignatius' Church this evening, before 10,000 persons, j During the mission 20,000 persons took communion. Seventeen priests were engaged every day for two weeks hearing confessions. | The inter esting feature to-day was 4,000 children re ceiving the Papal benediction. Moody and Sankey will, it is stated, close in this city this week. The weather to-day has been cold and dis agreeable. _____ Indian. Mnrdeiers Convicted— Fire Bugs. Nevada, March ' 12th.— The trial of the two Indians charged with murdering a China man on the banks of the Yuba river a few months ago, ended last night. The case was submitted to the jury at 9 o'clock, who, after being out twenty hours, brought in a verdict of murder in the first degree, the penalty be ing fixed at imprisonment for life. The trial of the three Grass Valley incen diaries, Edwards, Mauer and Stevens, is the important criminal case tbat is now progress ing in the Superior Court. Much interest is evinced in the proceedings, as the young men are well known in the community. Edwards, in his testimony to-day, gave the whole thing away on Stevens. Horse Thief Sentenced. Napa, March Charles Culver, lately convicted of horse-stealing in \ this county, was to-day sentenced to three years'imprison ment at San Quentin. ■■'■ The Weather. . lone, March 13th. — We were visited yes terday by an unusually cold wave. Snow and sleet fell for about fifteen minutes. Last night was the eldest of the season, forming the first ice to any extent this winter. Peach trees are out in full bloom, and great fears are entertained for that crop. The wind is still blowing cold from the north. Dixon, March 13th.— weather con tinues cold and cloudy, and there are indica tions of rain. The foothills west of Dixon are covered with snow. Southern Paeiflc Passenger*.. Mojave, March 13th.— following pas sengers passed Mojave to-day ; L. E. Mil ler, Benson ;. W. W. Van Arsdale and wife, San Francisco ; Neil McCall, Richmond, Va. ; C. A. Brunt, Balto ; Geo. Fisher, E. J. Baldwin, San Francisco ; J. P. Merrill, Wisconsin ; L. Jacoby, H. Siegel, Los An geles S. P. Middleton, Ed. Curtis, San Francisco ; B. Goldsmith, Portland ; Chas. Kuffman, M. Doyle, C. E. Huber, San Fran cisco ; N. Sears, Arizona ; B. C. Morehouse, San Francisco ; J. A. Forthman, ; Los An geles ; A. D. Bush, San Francisco ; J. Cords and wife. ■ ARIZONA. . Adjournment of the l.t-wvi-luttii-c Prescott, March 12th.— Legislature adjourned ; to-night at midnight. In the Council the bill for a fence law in Graham county passed, and the* bill to confer ad ditional powers on the city of Tucson was lost.. ,: , - V The capital bill, which has been passed by the House, was called up and defeated by a vote of 4 to 7. The House appropriation bill passed with all the Council amendments, but it is rumored that the Governor will veto it on account of the extra-pay grab. Crushed Between Two Cars. I Tucson, March 12th.— Jesus Bernan, a Mexican, was kill*>d at the depot this morn ing while making an attempt to pass between two cars standing quite close together. ' , The engine moved one of them up suddenly and crushed him. - The verdict was accidental death. ■•.".-■■'•'. > / *-■' "<'.■■'.-■'. Snow-storm— Special Train, Benson, March — Snow four inches deep fell here this evening, and is still snow ing. ": ■ ; A special train with A, N. Towne and party, going to the front, passed here at 7 p.m. NEVADA. An Affray Between I'nlon and Xon-I'nlou Miners. Austin, March 12th.— There has been some trouble here among the Union and non union miners at the Starr and Grove mine, near Lewis, twelve miles from Battle Mount ain, ilt appears that the mine managers no tified their employes that after February Ist wages would be $3 per day. The men had been getting $3 50. ■On February . Ist, 27 men, members of the Miners' Union, struck for $4. Since then 'the Miners' Union has refused to let outsiders work. ; Last Wednes day, 35 : men, non-Unionists, started to the mine to work. 'fl: They were met by the Min ers' Union, who drove the constable and the crowd back. *' Afterward, - the Union men came to the mill . and several were shot.'. ' In the row there, also, one man on the other side was shot. The three injured men are Tom Beasley, shot in the leg ; Matt. Coyne, shot in the arm ; and Bill Edwards, fatally shot through the body.' v-v-; fli-.'t.-Y ; Austin, March 12th *-- Evening. — The trouble between the Starr & Grove Company and miners at Lewis is all over, for the pres ent vat least. The Superintendent put s the miners to work yesterday at $4 per day, the wages claimed by the Miners' Union. Some thing over 200 miners left Austin yesterday, on the Nevada Central, for Lewis, but before reaching that place the Superintendent had started for San ( Francisco, leaving orders for the men to go to work at the wages claimed. The Austin miners returned home on this evening's train. •- WSRBBSBS_______\_____EBLuf£ t"I Brakeman Bon Over and Killed, fly I Re.no, March 13th.— RenfroT* brake man, was run over and killed at Summit Sta tion at 5 o'clock this morning. He left a wife and family at Sacramento. ; BBlclde by Hanclßg. ■,•"; Palisadb, March 13th. —A sad caw of suicide has i just ' occurred here.' ; Hiram E LadiV a*ed 53 years, was found hanging by a strap in his wood-house , this morning by hi* youngest daughter, who went to procure fuel about 6 o'clock. V ; From appearances the act was committed :. very early , this - mornini; ' He was universally loved • by , all for his honesty and ? good qualities as a man and citizen. : -i'\-V v--;^ -_;-. ■-;- ■:■■ Passengera ) Passing , Carlin. ; ; Carle*, March 13th. --The following pas-' sengers * passed f Carlin to-day. to arrive in Sacramento ? to-morrow : 2 It. L. Hill, 5 wife and two children, Dubuque, la. ; Miss"' L. Davis, Wisconsin ; J. A, Barwick and wife, _>_..-"» v-s t -* '-.-■ -.-*.. 1 *v..,- r . '- *«-«. y lc.__.-_ _-U ?»»a«.__ i». •-- Michigan ; L. B. Best, Kansas ; M. H. H< cht and wife, Miss S. Hecht. Miss AI, I Hecht, .J. J. Frank and wife, -J. L.' i Lowfth, i D. E. fcpyer, San Franciico ; Mrs. C. J 0} ler, Col orado ;J. Allman, Oakland ; Dr? Delreye and lady, San Francisco ; H. H. Woodruff. Cin cinnati: Lieutenant-Colonel RV Smith. U. S. A. ; Dr. I. L. S wett, Newport, N. H. ; Thomas Sullivan, San Francisco ; JT. J. I Hacklier, CantOD, O.; J. T. Cooney, San Francisco; W. L. Belden, Stockton ; J. Gilbert, Port land Or.; F. A. D. ckwiler, San Francisco ; O. Murray, lowa ; F. Isnell, San Francisco ; E.Blewett, Fremont, Neb.; J. J. Graves, Kansas; G. J. Farley, Canada; J. Butler, Kansas ; Mrs. Martelle, Mrs. Ingleham, San Francisco ; W. Conover and wife, lowa ; Mrs. McMannis, Mrs. Wm. Webster, F. Webster, New York ; 37 emigrant passengers, including 33 males, to arrive in Sacramento March 15th. ■ ♦ OBEGOX. Advices from Portland. Poetland, March 12th.— Today Judge Boise, of the Third Judicial District of Ore gon, rendered a decision at Salem confirming the report of Judge Deady of the Unite- States Circuit Court, who was appointed referee in three cases of the State va. the late Board of School Land Commissioners, for alleged dishonest official conduct in the man agement of public lands and funds. The mo tion to confirm the reports of said referee in the two suits against ex-Secretary of State S. F. Chadwick was also allowed. This will settle the cases, and proceedings will proba bly be instituted at once against the several bondsmen. # N. Dickson v -•_ , arrested to-day, in Yam hill county, on a charge of forgery committed here a few days since. It is alleged that Dickson forged the name of 11. Lees, his father-in-law, of .Washington county, to a check tor $600, and , drew the money. Evi dences of guilt were said to be inoet conclu sive. ' Dickson will be brought to this city. To-day a young man named Orr, working at a logging camp near East Portland, struck his right foot with an ax, nearly severing the limb in twain. Orr came near bleeding to death before the hemorrhage could be checked. On the 10th Monroe Hodges, of Priaaville, met with an almost fatal accident from the kick of a horse. Hodges waa engaged with a team and scraper in repairing the main street, when a portion cf the harness becom ing disarranged, he stooped over to unhitch the tug, and the near animal let fly one of his hind feet, striking Hodges a fearful blow on the left side of the face, fracturing the jaw, cutting through the flesh and bone of the nose, near the upper part, inflicting a fearful cut just under the eyebrow, and one over, while one piece of the upper iip was cut clean out, and another piece left hanging, aa if ready to drop. It is thought the injured man may recover, but he will be fearfully dis figured for life. v •On Thursday two young men, Robertson and Haynes, accidentally found a cabin about two and a half miles up the Hall gulch from Moscow mill in Wasco county, and in it they discovered a man wrapped up in a blanket. He was unable to say anything, only, " I am most dead." Every available surface within his reach was written over by charcoal. The writing proved lo be his will. Assistance was obtained and the man moved, when it was discovered that three weeks previous he had ruptured himself while lifting, and as his work was near his cabin he managed to reach it. He had plenty of provisions in the cabin but was unable to get to them, and from the time of the accident until found his sole diet consisted of sugar and coffee. His name was Chris Hallmac. : After removal he survived only a short time. • . • " ; G. W. Hay, a blacksmith of this city, was caught under a heavy bar of iron thia after noon, and very dangerously injured The bar struck him on the side of neck, fractur ing the collar bone and seriously injuring bin. internally. The physicians think he cannot survive his injuries. "■" " Yesterday a son of B. K. Boydston, living near Independence, Polk oounty, was severely kicked by a horse which he was driving. The boy was on horseback, driving some loose horses, when ene of them playfully kicked, hitting the youth on the left side of the month, knocking a number of teeth loose and cutting a painful gash in the cheek, enlarging the Health an Inch or more on (__* -i— *>■ . Burglary — Damaged Steamer — Prelimi nary Examination. * Portland, March 13th.— The office and warehouse at St. Joe, in Yamhill county, was entered by burglars a few nights since, who opened the safe and rifled its contents. The burglars took $71 and made good their es cape, leaving no clue. The steamer Clatsop Chief, which collided with the steamship Oregon about two weeks ago and sunk, has been raised, The damaged steamer lias been towed to St. Helen's, where necessary repairs will be made. Both boilers were carried away by the '• collision, but the engines and machinery escaped with slight damage. The preliminary examination of N. Dick son, arrested on a charge of forgery, will take place here to-morrow. State Circuit Court. Portland, March 13th.'— The State Circuit Court for the February term has adjourned. During the term there have been 23 convic tions on criminal charges, as follows : As "saults, 5 ; larceny, 5 ; murder in the second degree, 1 ; burglary, 1 ; forgery, 1 ; gambling, 10. The prosecutions have been conducted with vigor and ability by the District Attor ney and his deputy. Over $COO has been col lected and paid into the Court front- fines im posed for violation of the gambling law. Moving to the Front— Death of a Pioneer —Money Stolen. The Dalles, March 13th.— The Idaho took to the Upper Cascades yesterday after noon 125 Chinamen, 21 horses and the same number of carts, for work on the tunnels, under the supervision of Mr. Halts— v. - Ail were from Grange City. : L. • P. Henderson, a pioneer resident of Fifteen-mile Creek since 1853, died at his res idence on Thursday night last. Sheriff Storrs received a dispatch from the Cascades yesterday, stating that $500 had been -stolen from a trunk there on Friday night. WAMHXGTOX TRBBITOKV. Drowned at Sea. Port Townsend, March 13th.— The ship Otago arrived to-day from Shanghai, and re ports that on February 20th, in a gale, John Hart, a stowaway from an English vessel, fell •' overboard from the yard and was drowned. Deceased was a native of London, England. -..-. ;-• •■•* 'flpttyYtfl- Captain Stodder, of the revenue cutter Welcott, reports having spoken the schooner Jesse Nickerson off Skagit Head to-day, and learned that a man had been lost overboard in the Sound. BRITISH COLUMBIA. Victoria Items. v Victoria, March 10th.— At 23 minutes past 1 o'clock yesterday morning a smart shock of | earthquake caused movable objects in • this '.' neighborhood to rattle violently. Many persons were awakened from a sound sleep, bat no damage was done. - This vibra tion seemed to be from the southeast to the northwest. ' .'"""'' ■"" •j Ex-Governor Downey, of. California, vis ited the House of Assembly yesterday, and passed some time in the gallery listening to the debate.' t'i *"" A The American schooner . reported wrecked at Nanoose harbor . proves |to be the C. C. Perkins, owned and commanded by A. Fran cis, Jr., on her way. to Takoti with a full cargo. The schooner got on the ledge at night, and when the tide fell careened over on her side. On the ' return of the tide the schooner did not float, and . therefore filled with water. The cargo was afterward taken out in a damaged condition and landed on the beach. Thus lightened, the schooner was floated on to the beach, where workmen are now engaged repairing her. ? -.. fl,, A great thaw ; took place in ' the upper country beyond the Cascades 03 the 26*h of February, which took much of the snow off. . There is a good deal of bare ground in sight, and ■ stock . is doing finely. - The winter has been steadily severe, the , thermometer rang ing . from ' zero to 10° and 15* below, and for two nights it went 20" below. Still the stock losses have been light. Fonr bands of cattle are now on , the road . for Victoria for the winter ranges. . -. ;"; '■'■ * A dispatch from ' Captain \ Irving 'to Mr. Briggs, received yesterday, states that the Reliance reached Yale after Waiting her way through the ice with dynamite. fl. River navi gation may now be said to bo open; fl. FtfA*) Mr. Bent I has : arrived yin town . from Cowiechan, and reports having (Mscci i a lead of gold andrilver-b-'aritig-' rjn»r ij' of great richness in the mountain:) not far ff 'tct j the Kokesaliah Quartz | Mining j-.CW p:"'i 's claim. He said to ! have rich speciu:' as, and is on his way to California to have * em assayed. ." .'•-,■•'.;.■ : tfly-'f' .fl'ti'tP. fl' The B. T. telegraph line will ,; ie ettti^Jjd from Cache creek to Kamloo^i in ineiiately.