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THE DAILY RECOI.D-U_.loy.
1'g1PAT....... .;.;;;. DHE-BEB * 30.' 1881
ADVERTISEMENT 77 MENTION. 7:1
I Metropolitan Theater— "Gircfle-Girofla."
Metropolitan Theater —Benefit of the manager. "
Capitol Lodge, I. O. O. fc, meets to- night.
Red Jacket Tribe meets this evening. >; ; ;.
Columbia Lodge, K. of P., meets this evening. 7
City Riilroad Company—
Summons to Francisco Nunez. 7 777
A. O. H — Second annual ball.
Presbyterian Church— Change of prayer-met ting
hour. ■•■.•. "_'.'..
Wanted— Nurse giil.
Lost— Horse and saddle.
Situation wanted— By a young man, address Ken
nedy A Co.
Situation wanted— Good references, address Ken
nedy & Co. .-;._.:. .-.V-
Mechanic' — Shoes. _
Adams, McNeill _ Co.— Choice family groceries, j
E. Greer, Bee Hive Cash Store— Groceries.
W. T. Gunsmithin','.
Wm. Guttenber^er— Iron and brass foundry.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.
Metropolitan Theater.—"Giroflc-Giro
fl." was presented for the last time by the
Alice Oates Opera Bouffe company last night.
The latter part of the wine scene so pleased
the audiencd that the principal singer- and
chorus were twice recalled. Mrs. Oates was
more than usually vivaciou. and ,' merry.
To eight the local manager, D. J. Simmons,
takes a benefit. It is the first benefit of the
manager under the new lease, and really
his first venture in the endeavor to cater
to the public taste under the ex
tended management be . has '- entered
upon. It will be the last night but
two of the opera troupe here, and for the
occasion a triple bill is announced one that
ought to draw a very large audience, for it is
certainly varied enough, and gives in one
evening the gems of j three popular opera. :
the wine scene from- "Girofle-Girofla," the
"Grand Duo " and scene from "La Mas
cotte," and two full acts of "The Little
Duke." These three present Mrs. Oates,
Miss Caldwell, Mr. Sturges acd Mr. Harold
at their best. , The box sheet is announced as
open without extra charge for reserved seats.
A special announcement is this morning made
of the benefit of Mrs. Cites for. Saturday
night, when, by request, she will present " La
Mascotte." _ Saturday's matinee is underlined
for "Girofls-Girofla," and a final perform
ance is announced for Sunday night.
Charged With Murder.— Sheriff E. O.
Tompkins came here Wednesday on his way
to the Folsom State Prison with a prisoner
named George A. Cantine, who had been
convicted of grand larc.ny and sentenced to
a term of three years. Having disposed of
his prisoner, he yesterday retured to this city
and concluded while here to call on Jerry
Payne, an old friend, -at - his - saloon. On
entering the saloon he met cot only his old
friend Payne, but a man whom he had seen
before, and who was wanted upon a charge of
murder, ■ he having ■■ killed an Indian in a
drunken brawl. The came of the individual
was Jacob Williams. The Sheriff arrested
the gentleman and lodged him in the station
house until the arrival of the Atlantic express
in the evening, when he took his departure
for Nevada City with his prisoner. S The
quarrel which resulted in the murder took place
at Indian Camp, about a mile from Nevada
City, and was caused by the intoxication of
the Indians and Williams with liquor fur
nished by the latter. The murderer . has for
a long time associated with the Indians, and
is regarded as a worthless and desperate char
acter, i i
Installation and Basqdet.— officers
of the several Masonic Lodges in the city
were installed by Past Grand Master George
C. Perkins on Tuesday evening last, and fol
lowing the installation a banquet was given.
There wa* a large attendance, and E. C. At
kinson, W. M. of Sacramento Lodge, No. 40,
presided*; Several toasts were given and re
sponses made. Among the pleasant features
attending the banquet was a surprise - pre
sentation of a certificate of deposit of $300 in
the People's Bank to Rev. T. H. B. Anderson,
Chaplain of the several Ma.onic Lodges in
the city. The presentation was made by
Mr. Atkinson, who said that the fraternity
desired to extend to him a Christmas remem
brance, and as they did not know what would
be most acceptable, the money wrs presented,
that he might make his own selection. Mr.
Anderson, although entirely taken by sur
prise, made a happy response, expressing
deep appreciation and with much emotion at
the unexpected and well selected greeting.
State Fair Finances. — We extract from
the report of E. F. Smith, the Secretary of
the State Agricultural Society, a few figures
relative to the finances of the Society : The
total receipts for admissions in 1880 w<
$22,257 55; in 1831, 821.287 70, showing a
deficiency in 1881 of $909 sb. Disburse
ments other than premiums in 1880, 613,
--978 31 ; in 1881. $13,239 50, showing that the
expense!, of 1881 were $733 81 less than the
former year. Purses and stakes paid for
races in 1881, $10,285 ; amount received for
entrance and pool privileges, $7,730 30 ; net
amount actually paid out by the Society for
this purpose, only $2,548 70 ; premiums paid
at the Park, exclusive of races, $1,404 ; pre
miums paid at the Pavilion, $2,787 65 ; total
paid for premiums, exclusive of the laces,
87,251 65. . The total receipts at the Park at
the last fair was $14,4.7 55 ; at the Pavilion,
SO 830 15 ; total receipts at the fair of 1881,
$21,287 70. ■- ry
Merchandise Report. — The following
freight for Sacramento passed Ogden on the
20 th:- For H. A. Weaver, 3 bundles book
paper ; Capital Furniture Company, 1 box
iron bed casters, 1 box drop handles ; A. A.
Van Voorhies _ Co., 1 case saddlery ; Booth
_ Co., 10 kegs tobacco; P. H. Russell, 8
sacks grass seed ; Central Pacific Railroad
Company, 1 car and 3 boxes machinery, 2
boxes veneers ; Huntington, Hopkins _ Co.,
IS locomotive tires, 173 bars iron, 10 barrels
chimneys ; Jac.b Griesel, 1 case saddlery ;
A. Heyman, 1 box piano stools ; Adams, Mc-
Neill _ Co , 1 case playing cards ; W. R.
Strong _ Co., 3 boxes and 1 sack seed ; Me
bins & Co., 10.,' boxes and 14 pails tobacco ;
James McClatchy & Co., 80 bundles printing
paper ; John Conrad, 1 car live stock.
Gospel Meeting. — Contrary to former an
nouncement the gospel meetings are to be
continued another week. Last night Mr. and
Mrs. McGranahan sang " Christ Receive.!.
Sinful Men." and "Waiting and Watching."
Major Whittle spoke from the following as a
text, " Come." He said the invitation is ex
tended to all to come. Those who labor and
are heavy laden are promised rest ; those
whose sins are as red as crimson are promised
cleansing. No matter what kind of life man
has led, Christ has promised to receive him if
he will come to Him. There will be Bible
reading this afternoon at the Sixth-street M.
F. Church, and regular service at the Con
gregational Church this evening.'
He Found It. — Ever since General Mc-
Comb became Warden of the Folsom State
Prison he has been striving to find a plan of
the sewerage of the prison buildings. He
has written State officials asking for drawings
showing where the pipes and sewers were
located, bat no snch plans could be found. A
convict by the name cf . Sampson was mora
fortunate. On last Sunday night this con
vict took up a stone in his floor, tunneled to
the sewer, made hi- way. easily along this
sewer to the iron grate, cut the bars and
-walked away. , General McConab Bays he
knows now where one sewer is, but he don't
care to learn the location of the rest in the
same way.
Knights or Honor.— Lodge, No.
2,088, K. of H., held an election last evening
for officers to serve for the ensuing term, with
the following result: Past Dictator, S. A.
Palmer ; Dictator, E. L. Green ; Vice-Dicta
tor, John Watt ; Assistant Dictator, J. Orr;
Reporter, Frank Avery ; Financial Re
porter, 'A.'A. Daeson villa: Treasurer, G. F.
Lyon ; Chaplain, *W. H. Higbie ; Guide,
Fred. McWitba-n; _______ W. H. H.
Willey ; Trustees. C. H. - Hubbard, A. S.
Hopkins, D. Poorman ; Grand Representa
tive, D. O. Cook Alternate, G. 1. Lyon;
Medical Examiner, Dr. D. E. Brune ; Organ
ist, W. D. Crowe.
Incorporated.— there was filed
with the : Secretary of State I articles of in
corporation of the Benicia . Agricultural
Works. It is ' formed for '* the purpose of
carrying on and conducting the j business of
. manufacturing, buying and selling machinery,
tools, agricultural implements of every kind.
San Francisco is to be the . principal • place of
business, and it is to exist 50 years. y: There
are to be five Directors, and fee the first ye.r
they are L. L. Baker, Robert M. Hamilton,
Morris M. Estee, John H. Boalt and F. A.
Hill. • Capital stock, $500,000, divided • into
5,000 shares. 7.7 . ..7 ."_-' „_> .
Social and Literary. — The social and
literary entertainment of the Lodges of the
A. O. U. W. of | this city, takes place ' this
evening. Governor "George C. Perkins is to
make the addre. s, and Grand Master Work
man Barnes, of San Francisco, delivers the
oration. The ._._-■ will close wi-i ft banquet
aadbalL / '-y r ::^^^ , y": ''77. y
i Police Commissioners— -The ; Board of
I Police Commissioners met yesterday for the
! purpose of ; arranging a detail of the pi-lice
force, in accordance with the judgment of a j
majority of the members of the Board. * me ;
Chief of Police I indicated that it was his in
tention to form bis details in accordance with j
the opinions of the Board, and the Board |
thereupon adjourned until January _, 100-,. | j ;
Detail —Yesterday Vie Chief
of Police modified the detail of the police
force published . yesterday '} in the Record-
Union, so that officer P. Leavy is to be night
watch at the station-house in place of Jerry
M. Wood.- This change makes it pos. -ible lor
the Captain to perform the duties assigned
to him by the rules of the Board of Police
. Commissioners. .'-- ■„'■'..-■.
: Police Arrests.— Since our last report
the police have made these arrests : Cora
Eugenia, petit larceny, and John Perritt, de
tained as a witness, by officers Frazee and
Campbell ; Jacob Williams, murder, ec route
to Nevada county, by Sheriff Tompkins ; Ah
Tang and Ah Chung, disturbing the peace by
fighting, by officers Frazee and Stewart. ":
Trade-mark.— A claim of trade-mark was
yesterday filed in the office of the Secretary
of State by M. and C. Mangels. It consists
of the wcrds " Seal Rock," and is to be used
upon the tobacco soli by eaid firm.
Commissioner of Deeds."— Yesterday Gov
ernor George C. Perkins appointed E. C.
Hedrick a Commits— of Deeds for the
State of California, to reside at Believue,
Territory of Idaho.
- Police Court.— calendar of the Police
Court consisted of only one case yesterday,
that of Ah Hung, charged with gambling,
and it was continued to January 3, 1882. . . ;
Business Change.— Bell _ Co., auction
eers, have fitted up their new salesroom, No.
916 J street, and will remove from their old
one into it at once.
Immigrants. — This afternoon 40 immi
grants will arrive from the Eastern States by
the overland train, 31 of them being males. j
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
Hon. Henry Edgerton has gone to San Francisco.
Miss Ella Bloom, of Co urtland, is visiting friends
in San Francisco. Vv..* 1 "
W. J. Reeves, of this city, will arrive from the
East this morning. 7 77*7"
J. 11. Neff, State Prison Commissioner, went to
San Qnentin yesterday.
- Dr. H. S. Welch, of Nevada City, passed through
this city yesterday on his way home from San Fran
cisco.
A. C. Baldwin and wife, parents of Dr. W. H.
Bali win, of this city, came through from Ohio yes
terday, on a visit to the coast. . ; .
Sirs. E. H. Murray, Miss L'zzie Murray and Miss
Maria Dunn have gone to San Francisco, and will
remain until after the holidays. 7 7*7 77
Jattes McM. Shatter, President of the State Agri
cultural Society, and Charles M. Chase, Director,
have retained to San Francisco. ,
Officer Tim. Lee, who haa been ill for some time
with bilious fever, is now convalescent, and will le
upon the street again in a day or t*o.
Mi-ses Susie and Lizzie Ferris and Miss Mary-
Crane will receive New Year's calls from 12 a. to 10
r. M., Monday, at 705 Seventh street, between G
and H. " "-'.77~' * 77'
Mrs. Joseph Steffens, Mrs. E. B. Jenniiif,", Miss
Jennie Anderson, Miss Belle Knox and Miss hmma
Heather pill be pleased to rece've their friends on
New Year's from 11 a. ii. to 7:30 p. st , at the resi
dence of the first named, southeast comer Sixteenth
and X streets. ■'
Mrs. Wm. Beckman will recti ve New Year's lis
at her rooms at the Golden Eagle Hotel from 11
A. m. ( assist' dby Mrs. D. M. Burns, Mrs. Geo. Gale,
Mrs. J. J. Keegan. Mrs. Wm. Dunlap, Miss Lizzie
Bernard, Miss Matt ie K. Powers, Mrs. Clara Plumb
and Mrs. Senator W. 11. Brown, of El Dorado county.
Last evening Master George and Miss Fannie Per
kins gave a reception to their young friends, It
took place at Jacobs' Hall. Dancing was the order
of the evening until 10 o'clock, when the young peo
pie sat down to a fine collation spread in the south
ern portion of the hall, after which dancing was re
sumed. All seemed to en. themselves very much,
and host and hostess as well as their young guests
will doubtless long remember it as one of the
pleasantest evenings of their lives.
These persons are visitors in this city : Mrs. W.
Thompson, Roseville ; W. Moore, Auburn ; . A.
Nixon, Capay ; Mrs. Sol. Runyon, Courtland ; Wm.
Prindle, Santa Rosa ; M. T. Lawrence, Dutch Flat ;
E. I*. Johnston, Pleasant Grove ; James Renwick,
Texas; James Bnrrls, Latrobe ; George H. Kerr,
Elk Grove O. Martin, Rocklin; G. B. Greene,
Richland ; John Tong, S. Kyburu, Clarksville : 3.
M. Silvey, Willows ; F. Buckner, R. Newton, Mrs.
JI. Brock and daughter, D. Gildmasher. Colusa ;
Leon Sloes, M. D. Boruck, John Leach, Miss R. Os
tium, San Francisco; George W. Fox, Redwood ; G.
N. Folsom, Carson.
Last evening the second of the series of select par
ties that are being given by the Aristos Club was
given at Turner Hall. The programme was well ar
ranged and neatly gotten up. It was in the shape
of a book, the pages being bound together by means
of white ribbons, and was altogether out of the
usual order of such things. The party was well at
tended and passed off pleasantly. The committees
were as follows: Arrangements, Messrs. F. C.
Weil, E. E. Smith, C. E. Bye, L. W. Wilcox, E. V.
Maslin ; Reception, Messrs. C. W. Paine, R. C. Coh 1,
A. J. Plant, E. A. Petrie, F. Frazer, J. F. Palmer ;
Floor Director, J. W. Shepherd ; Managers, F. B.
Johnson, C. E. Wright, E. B. Carroll, C. J. Cox, C.
F. Bellinger, W. H. Ross. , ,'- . -,'.:,
TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE.
Filed December 29th.
Estate of J. H. Honker, deceased, to Mrs. Amy
Spencer— Deed dated Decemb-r 24, 1881 ; to lots 1
and 2. between G and H, Twenty-fourth and Twen
ty, fifth streets ; consideration *_..
"M. F. Odeli to M. M. Udell-Grant dated Decem
ber 29, 1SS1 ; to lots 7 and 8, between N and O,
Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets.
*| F. B. Fitch to W. M. Russell— Deed dated Decem
ber 29, 1881 ; to part of the north half of section
27, and northeast quarter of section 28, township 8
north, range 6 east. ••- .'fV-
PASSENGER LISTS.
Caelin, December 29th. — Passed here to
day, to arrive in Sacramento to-morrow :
J. A. Kingsley. Philadelphia ; Julius Sultan
and wife. Silver Reef, Utah ; L. L. Baum
garten, Mrs. J. Etterington, Salt Lake ; E :
A, Clark and wife, Binghamton, N. V. ; J.
Tuttle and wife, W. W. Goodrich, B. F.
Charles, New York ; Charles N. Fox and
wife. Mamie Fox. Oakland ; B. Brinksmeyer,
Mexico ; G. E. Greeley, Cherry Creek, Nev.;
George Sehussler. Denver, CoL; S. W. Weill
and wife, Richard Lauxen, San Francisco ;
L. Breidenstan, Oakland ; Edward Bannister.
Syracuse, N. V.; Mrs. J. Hamilton and
daughter, Spruce Mountain, Nev ; Mrs. D.
R. Knight and child, California ; W. J.
Reeves, Sacramento ; 40 emigrant passengers,
including 31 males, to arrive in Sacramento
December 31st.
Omaha, December 29th. — Left here day,
to arrive in Sacramento January 2d : J.
A. Moreland, New York ; Henry Meyer,
Mexico; Robert King. New York; D. B.
Robinson and family, Guaymas, Mexico ; B.
B. Ertel, Cologne. Germany ; James'Morri
son. Cincinnati ; T. W. 'Dngdale, Buffalo ;
C. M. Anderson, Milwaukee ; David Bouse!',
Indianapolis.
-Fifty-eight through emigrants left on Wed
nesday night's emigrant train,' to arrive in
Sacramento January 4th, and 23 last eight,
to arrive January sth.
Newhall, December 29th. — Passed here to
day, to arrive in San Francisco to-morrow :
O A. Johnson. A. H. Ball, San Francisco ;
F. M. Smith, J. D. Helm. Tucson ; W. H.
Perry, J. 1). Dunlap. Los Angeles ; D.
Towne. New Mexico ; K. M. Iranda. Mrs.
H. J, Dassonville ] and child, Los Angeles ;
Mrs. M. G. Huse. S.n Francisco; A. H.
Julian, San Diego; Mrs. Heathen, ' New
Mexico ; George Knapj', Chicago ; E. R.
Waterman, San Francisco ; S. W. Craig, San
Diego; A. E. Castle, C. W. Adams, San
Francisco; E. P. Flint, Oakland Mrs. D.
M. Adams, nurse and two children, J. Wiley
Wells, Los Angeles ; Mrs. Miller, C. Olaven
bach, San Francisco; F. Stanford, Tomb
stone ; S. Ricon, Sumner; Charles Alexan
der, Los Angeles ; R. M. Wood, Fresno ;J.
A. Crawford, Oaklard ; J. A. Anderson,
Texas ; E. W. Moore, Pittsburg, Pa. ; Mrs.
Corbitt. Oakland ; W. Osborne, San Fran
cisco. ;. 77 .7-. 77:- 7 7 7
Topeka (Kansas), December 29th.— Left
here to-day, via the Atchison, Topeka and
Santa Fe Railway, to arrive in San Franci*co
January 4th : S. D. Hosker and wife, Min
neapolis, Minn.; A. M. Rawson ana family,
Los Angeles ; J. G. Hoag, Lord-burg, N. M.;
C. P. Yoke, T. B. Clarke, Prescott, A. T.
The action of Kidney- Wort on the kidneys,
j bowels and liver, gives H wonderful power.
. «- ; '.'-———— — ■ . . _ — . ."." '_•■'- . yy.
, y The Desperate Game played by the man
ager of the Red Hour.— paying for talent on
both sides. . Interviewing him a few days
i ago, he .stated that he won all the way
through, and only 1.-st one point, which was
the queen. ■ ''*''!'•'- ' "" *
7 See Them —Boys' kip boots, only $2, at
Anderson _ Hamm's, Tenth and J streets. *
m
7 Youths' and boys' clothing at Anderson _
I Hamm's, Tenth and J street.. . * ...
Elegant Bouquets cf rare and fragrant
I fl >wers at the Belle Conservatory, Tenth and
Y. streets.- " , .'.' ." ' ' 7 7 7,".,7;
_ Most acceptable holiday present, undoubt
edly, is a case of E.lip.e Champagne. , *
i Those who do ' not belong ' to the Trade
Union at the Red .us. should join, jl.* .; j
All New, all good and all well, at the Red
House. '";-' - ..•-•"," - * 7
'■' Bargains in dress goods, at Red House. * : .
.7 Rock a.d Rt* cures -col 3a, * coughs - and
bronchial di-eite*. . G. W. Chesley, agent.*
■ry .. ,- v:■ ■'■ . " 's-ct_-*;.:. ■■ -- --'
] J-Ki champagne io me, Eclipse Extra Dry.*
PACIFIC COAST.
LAST NIGHT'S DISPATCHES TO THE RECORD
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CALIFOKMA.
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Six Children at a Birth.
■Los Angeles, December" — Dr. Jos.
Kurtz, of this city, was called upon yesterday
morning to visit a \ Mexican ' woman name-
Cruz, living at Florence, in this county, who
was prematurely delivered of six perfectly
formed female children. 4 ' ■"'. "''
.Vol Dangcrouslv 111.
San Francisco, - December 29tb.— Edwin
Booth telegraphs from Boston to Mrs. Piercy,
of this city, mother of Samuel W. Piercy,
the young California actor, that the reports
concerning his serious illness are greatly ex
aggerated. Piercy is not dangerously ill, but
is unable to play at present, a y ,7 ...
: \y M Must Pay the Penalty. If^'M?
San. Cisco, December — Jimmy
Hope, the notorious burglar, who was re
cently taken from San Qnentin on a writ of
habeas corpus, was remanded to-day, the
Court having dismissed the writ.
Suicide— Highway _ Bobbery.';
Sonora, December 29th.— Last night Chas.
Peske, of Shaw's Flat, committed suicide by
hanging himself. The cause is supposed to
be too much drink. -■ *\ f_ ;'. f_ *_*i j
At 1 o'clock to-day a man " named Jenkins
was stopped near Bell's mill, one and a half
miles from here, by two men, and robbed of
$27. He says one man shot at him twice
with a pistol before his horse stopped, one'
shot passing through his hat and one through
his coat sleeve, grazing his arm,
A : Common Occurrence— Another - Stage
*,'' Captured. ,- «r
X. Sonora, December- 29th.— The up stage
from Milton was stopped about four miles
this side of Copperopolis at 2:10 this after;
noon i by one masked j man. ... He - leveled ! a
shotgun on Clark Stingham, the driver,
and ordered him and the two passengers —
H. S. Cohen, a peddler from San Fran
cisco, and Madaline Cuneo, an Italian lady
from San Francisco to get out. He or
dered Stingham to open the wooden ex
press boxes. Stingham replied that he had
nothing to do it with. The highwayman pro
duced a brand new hatchet of- the Baker &
Hamilton brand, and told bim to use it.
Clark refused, saying he had to look after his
horses ; for him to do it himself, which he
did. He then tried to open the iron treasure
safe with his hatcnet, but did not
succeed. He then cut I the - letter mail
socks open and emptied out the paper mail ;
also all the baggage belonging to the passen
gers. Finding nothing of value, he told the
driver he would get the box open if it cost
him his life, and began hacVing at. the hasp,
but to no avail. He then ordered the driver
to go ahead. Just then Dick Martin, of Cop
peropolis, who was out riding with a lady,
drove up ; also Sol. White, a teamster from
Copperopolis. The robber had disappeared
from view, but on seeing the Dew arrivals he
returned and leveled his gun on the driver,
asd said: "You have got to open that
box. "* I 1 know ; there is money _. in it
I saw '■'■ a bag of gold : put "' into
it, and I■' am bound to "have it."
The driver said : " The box is made of
chilled steel, acd I cannot open it, and won't.
So shoot if you wish ;'' but he concluded it
was no go and disappeared. Cohen lost $10
in the mud in trying to hide it. The man
was short and dark-complexioned, wore a
checked woolen shirt outside of his panta
loons. ..: He was masked with black cambric,
and wore a dark. brown hat with a light
band ; also had a yellow hand-satchel fastened
to his belt. The gun and hatchet were both
new. There was between §300 and 8400 in
the iron safe. The stage was detained two
hours. The mail and express letters were
nearly all opened. -
The -Supposed Murder at Lincoln.
'' Lincoln (Placer coanty), December 29t_.—
The excitement occasioned. by ' the certainty
that a murder had been 'committed in this
vicinity, as shown by the post morteo exam
ination of , the remains of Henry M. Smith,
the dead man found in his cabin near here on
Tuesday | evening, was somewhat increased
when the cere took in custody William
Taylor and Jack Jansen, the partners of the
deceased, charging them with committing the
deed. It is understood that the evidence ob
tained against them so far is wholly circum
stantial. Public opinion is that one or both
of these men committed the crime, as their
own stories go far towards showing their
guilt, they all having been together in a
drunken brawl the day before the dead body
was found. It is understood that they have
been placed in separate cells, and it is ex
pected that one of them will tell all about the
matter in a very short time as his actions have
been very strange in talking to his friends on
the day the murder was committed.
Proposed Kailroad— Verdict of a Coro-
. ncrs Jury. , , , _
Napa, December 29th. — A public meeting
has been oiled for next Wednesday, to hear,
discussions on the proposed railroad from
Napa to the lake. . '-' y-
After an exhaustive inquiry into the cause
of the death of the late Edward Butler, who
was supposed to have been murdered, the
Coroner's jury found that he , came to his
death by his own bands. -
Small fire at Truckee.
Truckee, December 29th.— fire broke
out here last evening, one house, owned by
H. W. Calderwood, being burned. Loss
abcut $150. No further damage done.
Teachers Elected— New Masonic Uall— Be-
Ugious .-.liters.
Petalcma, December 29th.— At a special
meeting of the Board of Education for the
election of teachers for the ensuing term of
five months, the following were ; elected : C.
E. Hutton, Principal of the High School;
Mrs. D. M. Hutton, Assistant of the same ;
M. C. C. Munday, Principal of tbs Gram
mar School ; Mrs. J. E. Woodworth, seoond
grade ; Emma Robinson, third grade ; Rosa
Haskinn, fourth ; Sadie Wright, fourth ;
Alice White, fifth ; Sallie E. Hall. sixth ;
Jenny Davis, seventh ; Mrs. F. M. Thomas,
eighth ; Carrie Hammond, F street ; Maggie
Young, Hill School ; Helene Singley, East
Petaluma. The salary of . one teacher was
reduced, $15 per month, one $10 per month,
and that of three other teachers $5 ' each
per month, thereby lessening the expense of
our city schools $400 a year.
The Masonic Hall is receiving the finishing
touches of the painter, plasterer and carpen
ter. The largest of the stores of the lower
story is already occupied.
A "watch meeting " will be held in the
Methodist Church South New Year's eve.
The M. E. Church will unite, and others
intend Jto ' join. ■ Tbe first week of the new
year will be observed here as a week of
prayer, all the Protestant clergy uniting. . '. g
Accidental Shoot ins - Verdict -or Self*
... Defense. . 't.
Visalia, December 29th. — This morning
31 W. Goaddec, teacher of the public school
at Farmers eight miles from Visalia,
went goose-hunting in a spring wagon with
Thomas Bell, his father-in-law. Bell was in
the rear of the wagon, and it is supposed that
he accidentally moved a gun lying on the
bottom, ' which ■ was discharged, the load
passing through Goadden's foot from behind,
tearing it frightfully. It will be several
months before he recovers, if at all, as the
principal bone.- are all crushed. . J
Metaphor, the Mexican who killed Indian
Jerry at Porterville on the 21st, is discharged,
as he fired the shot in self-defense.
A Hot Blast from the Desert.
i San Buenaventura, December 29th. — A
hot blast from the Mohave desert has been
prevailing - for ; the 8 preceding twenty-four
hours, scorching up what little feed is left.
Sheep are already dying in certain sections
of the country. There are no indications
now of the much-needed rain.
• a ~ ' -
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„7- Attempted A -asslnatloD.
I Tombstone, December 29'h.— Last night,
dbout half-past 11, as United States Deputy
Marshal Earn was cresting Fifth street, be
tween the Oriental saloon and the Eagle
Brewery, when in the middle of the street,
he was fired upon with double- barreled shot
guns, loaded with i buckshot, by _ tlree men
concealed in an unfinished buildin; diagon- ;
ally across on Allen street. Five shots were j
fired in rapid succession.' Earp was wounded
in the .left aim. just above the elbow, pro
ducing a 'longitudinal fracture of tbe bone.
One shot ; struck him above the groin, com
ing out near _ the spine. The wounds ! are
very dangerous, and possibly mortal, i The
men ran through the rear of ' the building,
and -• escaped in the darkness back of tbe
Vizina'. hoisting works. Nineteen shots struck
the side of the Eagle Brewery, 1 three going
tbrough the window, one shot passing about
a foot over the men's beads who were stand
ing by a faro table.' Long ago the cowboy gang
thieitened the lives of Major. plum, Judge
Spicer, Marshall Williams, agent of Wells,
Fargo & Co., Earp and Holliday, and this is
an attempt to carry the threats into execu
tion.' Intense feeling exists in the minds of
all the better class ;of citizens at this das
tardly attempt at assassination. '* 7*7
7 '7 .SECOND, DISPATCH.I 7 •
, Tombstone, December ; 29ih.— The condi
tion of United States Deputy j Marshal Earp 1
is critical; ' . The surgeons this afternoon took
out the fractured bone in the arm I above tbe -
elbow, The shut penetrating the back, above
the 1 left '■ hip,- passed . through the body and
lodged near a point of the hip bone above the
groin. The doctor says there are four chances
in five that he will die. 7 T_e local authorities
are doing nobbing to capture the --_.„ s'ns, io
far as known.- A telegram ha. been sent to
United States Marshal -Dake, at Prescott, of
the state of sffiirs here.i \- Judge '- Spicar,
Marshall Williams, Wyatt, : Earp,';Kicka
baugh and others are in moirentary danger of
a_ii33-i_a_.on.*p &______s&;%£* ; ... ;i»;
A "Crank** at Tom^tope. -
Tombstone, December 29tb.— This morn
ina; a crank named Reiily started down A len
street with a Winchester _fl- in his hands,
which caused great excitement. -- Officers' ar
rested him without damage. The man tried
to j amp down tho Flora Morrison -haft a
week ago, but was prevented by men at work
in the BUB., His trouble is said to .be the
effect of hard drink. ' *7* /'' Wt^^f^f?,
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: : . Mixture of ltaeea. ■/.. -'_... -_?;.i>
Tucson, December 29th.— A curious mar
riage took place at Fuller's ranch, here,
last Sunday. The Chinese, gardener of that
place was married to a cti—ky maiden belong
ing to the Apache tribe. The ceremony was
performed by the IK9v.'..H.1 K9v.'..H. H. MessiDger, of
this city. j Quite a number of people were
present, and in "order., to create! some sport,
the Chinaman was forced to part with his
cue as a part of the ceremony. IHe objected
lat first, but finally submitted. The mother
of the girl oppored the marriage, but to no
avail, ■<v " ' ..,__.»--% ■.' *.
X NEVADA", 'y.
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Ihe I'.ilior". Tragedy. _
:| Virginia, December — From the ex*"
amination made cf the remains, of the
Pollocks, taken frcm the ruins of the
burned toll-house at Six-mile canyon,
it is evident that the old couple were
murdered. Two holes, as if made by bullets
or a pick, were found in the back part of' the
skull of the old man, and blood was found
under the spot where the body lay. >No clue
has yet been obtained to the perpetrators of
the crime. - "S>
yyy Lone Jack, Mo., Sept. 14, 1879.
ft I have beeu using Hop Bitters, and have
received great benefit from them for liver
complaint and malarial fever. Tney are su
perior to" all other medicines. _£^-i. tsi'-i -_;
WZ&^ltA *i_.-P. M.* Bab-- i
No OKE whos. 'iblood,i3*in_pare j can J feel
weU.^The_i itTa weary, languid feeling/ and
often a sense of rii-courafrement anil despond
ency. Persons having this feeling of lassi
tude and depression, should take Ayer's Sarsa*
parilla to parify ami vitalize the blood. .
. • ■■■ . - ' -o.
Druggists say that Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound is the best remedy fur
female weakness that they ever heard of, for
it gives universal satisfaction. Send to Mrs.
Lydia E. Pinkham, No. 233 Western A vein*?,
Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets, yy. -
MARRIED r -iv 7
Sacramento, December 11— By ___.__' 11. Rice,
I/.'.-... G. Dickman to Loretta Duffy, both of this
city. 1- ___ r _-ei3 s -3--' if --_
Sacramento, December 26 -By Rev. II H. P.ice,
James Stewart to Annie 1. Fhijjij, bolh uf this
city. . -*T i,7;.i'ow<vi. -
Oakland, January 8, 1881— By Hey. Benj. Akorly,
- pastor of St. John's Church,' Chas. UjLu' Fiance,
7 of Sacramento, to Miss M. E. Hammond, of Grass
Valley. (Nevada and San Joaquiu county pa} c s
please copy.) ~- . -»s yy, ■':>>. '-- -
Marysville, December 16— Luzerne B. Barnes to Ida
Victoria Sandford. ■--'-* ' -~~ -'="""
Chico, December 26— George West to Mary llogan. 1
\ BbßN.^i^-7 , 7^ n
Grass Valley, December 27— Wife of O. 11. Reynolds,
a son. " X 'Ai-5--t._-*_ *>_*_»
Nevada City, December £_. Wife of Goo. A. Gray,
; ' a daughter X ,i,_iii .7
DIED. bvi
Sacramento, December -Maggie, daughter, of
James and Kate Mclnernv, 15 years, 10 months
and 21 days. \ „ • ' »»*•
[Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited
7to attend the funeral, which will take place from
1 the residence of parents, ..Oil E street, between
•^Fourteenth and Fifteenth, this afternoon at 1:30
o'clock ; thence to St. Rose Church, corner of
Seventh and X streets, where funeral services
will be held. 77 *
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was to wash down the last triumphs
of the feast with copious libations of
old Port and Golden Sherry; but
' HUB PUNCH "has added a new
sensation to the epicure. > Its deli-
cacy, aroma, flavor, and delicious,
but gentle effects, proclaim it the
nectar fit for the gods banqueting on
Olympus.*** 7
Mix lI_7B rtT"VCI_ with Ice -Water,
Cold Tea, Lemonade, or Noda. It la
unanimously pronounced unrlvullcd.
TESTIMONIALS.
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*' Added to the Rood thine . of the table it en-
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"Many people lack the mroir/airt to brew Punch.
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"Our sales of HubPufach have surprised sol .
within three months a larger quantity than we
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DERBEEK, New York and Chicago.
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Trade ? npplied at Manufacturers prices by
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A A HALES
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It restores _r_y or faded hair to Its youthful color.
It remotes all erupiions, itching- and dandruff;
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By its tonic properties it res-tores the capillary
glands to their normal viiror, preventing badness,
and mailing the hair grove thick and strong.
As a dressing nothing has been found so effectual,
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Dp. A A. Hates, State Assaycr of Massachusetts,
rays of it: "I consider it tub best peefakatio*- for
its intended purposes."
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FOR THE WHISKERS. %
This elegant prcpa raticn may be relied on to
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tnule.irable shade, to brown or black, at discretion !
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ipiiirk'y and effectually produces a nnment color
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CHARLES^. ROBiNSON,
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. 8 and 10, L? wia" Block, corner of Fifth and J
trecU, and will receive pupils in Drawing, Pen
Etching. Water Colors, Pastel ; all branches of Oil
Pa-lUir, Land-cape, Marine, Flowers, Decorative,
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WILL ATTEND "'.. TO : DR. KEL_OGG_ PA
' VV' tients during her absence. ' - ._.-,- '-.
" OFFICE HOL'KS— From 12 «. to IP. a., and Bto
9 F V
jar See professional cards for his O.W. ».dS--3ptf
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yi >r -rxy.^ Pains,
4 f . "t J * v _* _i_r - .
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
yyy Feet and Ears, and all other
*', * Pains and Aches.
No Preparation on jarth equals St. Jacobs Oil
aa a safe, sure, simple and cheap External
Kemedy. . A trial entails but the comparatively
trifling outlay of 50 Cents, and every one Buffering
'With pain can have cheap and positive proof of its
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GOOD -PHOTOGRAPHS, at a reasonable price, go
to BEALS' GALLE-I, No. 415 J ttreet. H. S.
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f *i__- • —
Tbe best Htals in Ihe clly at Peter*—
618 and 620 J street. _ ' „ d7-_

The only Genuine .HI Ik Dread, delivered
every morning, by W. F. PETERSON. 620 J. i!7-tf
_--_„v^-.., :.
For Fine C'nke«, lee Cream, etc., Ihe
BEST AND CHEAPEST MEALS, go to HENRY
FISHER, No. 60S J -".. bet. Fifth and Sixth. jy2s-l m
■ ' Fortr years' experience ofan old nnrse.
MRS. WINSLOW'd : SOOTHING SYRUP is the
prescription of one of the ' best female . physicians
and nurses iv the United tites, at d has been used
for rty years with never-failing success by millions
■ t fliers for their children. It relieves the child
from pain, cures dysentery and diarrhoea, griping in
-the bowels, and wind-colic ' By giving health to the
child, it rests th. mother. Price, 25 cents a bottle.
I- - -j 031-IyMWF
A Card.— To nil who are suffering from
the errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will
send a recelpe that will cure you, FREE OF
CHARGE. * This great remedy was discovered by a
missionary In South America. Send a self -addressed
envelope to the REV. JuSEPH T. INMAN, Station
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1 1 :: AMUSEMENTS.
Metropolitan Theater.
$M£oy -r—
€3J3K.^__-__»
COKPLIMEKTARY BENEFIT
:;■**• an y-y- yyy
\ if ;i . TKM.KRKD TO —
D. J. Simmons !
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Alice Dates Comic Opera Company.
Fltl.'l.lY IVF.MXe, DEC. 30, 1881. .. .
GRAND TRIPLE BILL, and first production of
THE LITTLE DUKE!
AISO —
Win. Scene rrom -Ist _F -1.1 HOI I.A :
... And Grand Duo Scene and Song from
X___- 3-X_*__3 C3o__ __ 1
Box plan now oper , where seats can be secured
without extra charge. (B. C. I d2S-td
Metropolitan Theater.
Saturday Evening, December 31st.
GRAND GALA NIGHT
• Tendered by the Management to
Miss Alice Oates
On which occasion, ,
BY SPECIAL REQUEST,
The charming and succ>_-_ open,
"LA MASCOTT E,"
Will be pi-cssnted in all its Gorgeous Costumes, etc.
__E _B_. TIIffEB,
SATURDAY AFTER VOOS, DECEMBER 31,
GIROFLE-GIROFLA. 1
tW GRAND FAREWELL PERFORMANCE ON
SUNDAY NIGHT AND LAST APPEARANCE.
Prices as usual. No extra charges for reserved
Beats. ,■..._.. ... . ... -d22-td
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TWO NIGHTS AND MATINEE!
.HO Ml ASD TIF. SI) AT, J AN*. -! and id
M 0 N DAY,
NEW YEAR'S MATINEE !
7 tW The best of all the Entertainments. "ES
nooses Pi-eked to Ihe Very Doors!
Nothing U-e It on the stage .
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.<-' H. .".'twiiAib Business Manager.
11. W. Mavxjbd .".'.'.....';.... General Agent.
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OUR TASTE
.'- _.; .-. ' ■ / ■
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TIESE HAMS ARE CURED EXPRESSLY FOR
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and brand them. They are the most popular brand
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number being sold than of any other brand. They
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uncovered and the closest cut HAMS in the
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JAMES I. FELTER & CO
DIRECT IMPORTERS
Orleans Building, Nos. 1016 and 1018 Second st., Sacramento.
.. tW ORDERS FILLED AT SHORT NOTICE AMI PROMPTLY DELIVERED. "_»
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Continnes to sell at Auction Prices until farther notice.
BEFORE PURCHASING HOLIDAY PRESENTS
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Examine .TELLY'S Stock.
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Fresh from the Manufacturers, Selected by
Myself While East,
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COMPLETE IN ALL RESPECTS.
SAMUEL JELLY,
No. 422 J Street, between Fourth and Fifth (South Side), Sacramento.
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ri&rJl WATCHMAKER A..D JEWELER, '.'.'B J ST.. BET. SECOND and THIRD. JETJ|
tW Dealer In WATCHES, JEWELRY AND DIAMONDS. Repairing in all i_ branches a Hpecialt
under MR. FLOBEKO. Agent Tor Ruckrord Watch Comvany. .. _;i-2|.lm
7 JOB!.-' :Bxt._BXJß_r___i___t, = «*
I^l. Importer, Manufacturer, Wholesale ana Retail Dealer in every deecription of - I *| I
PTJENITUJEIE and_3_3_o_Ol_STC
, Nos. «<il, 606 and 60S X _rcet, bet. Sixth and Sevenlb. .arrunienle. n7 -3ptl
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL (.KOIEB, NORTHWEST COR. SECOXD A-D .9 STREETS.
tW All desirous of CHOICE, FANCY AND STAPLE UROCERTFS, can find litem at Bedrock
Price*. To l_-i_i__ trade I nill -end, on app-ic->tlo_ PRINTED PKICE LI.l-i wherever wanted.
Orders from the Interior solicited, and promotlv and carefully fill. _. oIS-3dl_
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LOW RENT, LOW PRICES AND SMALL EXPENSES
WILL , _E2___.Xr I
A small but penetrating bugle blast from the
New Firm of
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Anderson & Hamm,
Of the LOW-EENT and LOW-PEIOE STOEE,
No. 924 J street, Near Tenth.
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tW We present to the public OCR FIRST PRICE LIST, that they may jnd». correctly
a- to our selling goods at prices that none of those Houses whi, h pay large rent and have
enormous expenses can possibly do. Thousands hare visited the above Bouse during the last
three weeks. All have been conscious of the fact that ANDERSON & HAMM are doing as they
advertise, and that their success is fully assured. Our motto is: " Not to advertise an article
which we have not on hand, nor at a price we do not intend to sell it at." The following PRICE
LIST is but a small sample of our bargains. The store should be visited to be appreciated, and we
'guarantee kind and careful treatment, and none will be u*ged to buy. MaKi* uo mistake —
have no connection with any other House. . Our blast for to- day :
Twenty yards Good Calico for $1 ; Good Fine Hnslin. 1 cents a yard
Brocaded Dress Goods. 9 cents a yard} Donbl. -Idlh Ca.bmerc, -lthbordern
for trimming, 33 cents a yard t Single* - Idlh Cashmeres, ll cents a yard :
... Momie Plaids, lii cents lo 21 cents a yard • 3. Inch All-wool Black Cash-
meres, 40 cent* a yard; 42-inch Black and Colored Cafchincre- -the finest
quality— (worth 91 a yard), TO cents. 7-7 .7 *
Job lot of 200 pieces Silk Brocaded Ribbons, to close, at 8 cents a yard ; _X) Ladies' Silk
Bro-id ed Ties, three for 10 cents; Siik Handkerchiefs 43 dozen SO cent* to $1 85 (they are
special valui); Corsets, all New York importations, 50 cents to $2 ; sec our " Surprise" Kid
.' Glove, three-button for So cents (they are _ 25 at other Houses); Ladies' Felt Skirts, 15 cents:
Full Size Comforters, 81 ; Blue Twilled Flannel, 12} cents a yard. We can show a splendid line of
Ladies' Merino and Cotton Underwear, at Low-rent pi ices Gents' Woolen Nicks, 15 cents a pair ;
Cotton Socks. 5 cents to 50 cents : Pull-finished Fancy Socks, 12} cents a pair; good Canton
Flannel Shirts, 35 cents; Heavy Knit Shirts, 40 _x_; lien's Overalls, 40 cents ii pair; Men's
Cottonade Pants (Heavy), 75 cents; etc., c;c. 777-. -'7- '•'•■-" '
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DBT _ HODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND .".ltd:. HATS, FIE..ISH-..G GOODS,-
CARI'ETS A..D j-I-_.I..ERY.
;-.--— tW All orders for Samples or Goods will receive our most prompt aril careful attention,
dl 3plm ' Addre*-: UNDBBSOM - HAMM, Sacramento, Cal.
B1)¥IN ME MSE & GC.,
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE DEALERS AND JOBBERS OF ;
FOREIGN" AND DOMESTIO WINES AND LIQUORS ,
NO. 725 X STREET, BETWEEN SEVENTH AND EICHTH, SACRAMESTO. 7^7],
SPECIAL BRANDS FOR THE OL!DAVS.*im
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WATC_.II t_I.R AND Jl:-'EII:R. NO. <_.__._- J ST.. HEAR TOl 111 11. _____t
Has a Choice Selection of JEWELRY FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
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HEAT YOUR^ OFFICES | * EOT *"«».
TEST AND;. Tf^ -^ STREETS.' 7
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BOUQUETS, WREATHS, CROfSES ASD'jggt*. .
other Klcral _Jc_K"9. Alto a fine "''i-CTifl
_3t"_/75t_0 »T^ -JL _-/ V -I. 'J i itcinn of ran.- Conservatory Plants and^Bß^
- - „_» '.. — 7 many varieties of hardy Shrubbery. _ --^r- "*.
MUCn COMFORT, WITH ECONOMY, 7IS Entrance Irom either .Ninth or ienth streets.
rained by heating your office or bedroom— ___'«,"." ' '7.
where _______ fire-lac., or even if there is- ** •_•_■ reasonable.
with a QA- STOVE. Our climate in winter tivcs d. 3plm , W. S. RHODES, Superintendent.
usgrener*lly pleasant days, but cool morni. and - — : — : . . . . — — — : : C: . .
eveninirs, somewhat damp. ' The uso of a GAS _
STOVE for an hour, morning and evening, is all that '. *as ry f>f*t cMAM -
is required. The expente Is trifling ; the trouble "*: ~' v»V-»_-_CIVIMI „
care or danger none. No ashes or dv. covers your __._ . _„- _ „.-—,_-,_-___,;
furDi'ure; no wood or coal to pack upstairs. The REAL ESTATE SALESROOM,
fire is always at band by lighting a match, and put '•
out by turning a cock, and lb. combustion of tbe , .~~~ r~ :.
gas and air, so perfect by our improved burners, INSURANCE ' r.iririr"..'
that no disagreeable odor arises, nor is the air in the - l_. ___«*_ Ul-fl.t,
apartment vitiated. - Send to the office of the J Ko. 325 J STREET.. 7... '..7s.ICBAIir_TO.
CAPITAL GAS CO., and order one put up dl-istf .... 7 .; ;: ;; nl3-3ptf - 7
ff^g-fc CARPET 77'^N^^FIIRKITCR HOISE, &\
%0£53%&, NO. 411 X STREET, BETWEEN FOURTH AND FIfTH, SACRAMENTO. ™
, tW The cheapest place in the State to buy your CARPETS, FURNITURE and BEDDING.'; d'2-Bplm
WILCOX, POWERS & CO.,
WHOLESALE ; LIQUOR MERCHANTS.
"-7 IT We wool- call I the . attention of the public to ''ovtr Celebrated ' Brand '• ' y
KESTCCKT j whisk*. " "OP EI | BOSS." It Ito distilled from aeleeted
* rain, asd prepared expressly ter family aae. 8 OLE ACZHTI. Ne. SOS Ii 1 STREET .
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