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BJLTIKDAY XOVKMBEK 11. 1882 j r ADVERTISEMENT KLEHTIOB. Spiritualism— Metrj]>o!itan Theater, to-morrow evening. Special netting R. A. M , No. 3, to-night. Union Lodpe, A. O. U. W., Vc-ni^ht. Tj let - A twe-story brick dwelling -house. Opening dinner New Campi Restaurant. Fortune-telling— Mrs. I. C. Andrews. New Campi Restaurant— John Lamkic, propri etor. Sacramento Coursing Club, to-night. For sale— Thirteen acrvsol lund. Card f Thanks -Mrs. C. Dohn and children. Lecture— Congregational Church, Monday nifh:. Grove L. Johnson, attorney-at-law. For sale— Farms to suit. Auction. SWrLurn & Smith— Furniture, ttc. R'as;ne>s Advertisements L. L. Lewis & Cj —Parlor and heating stove*. P. 11. Russell— Mince meat, appls butur, etc. DileiCo.— New tms. Mechanics' Store— Fashion letter. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE, DEMANBB OH THE COT/MY TREASURY. Besides the salaries for the month of Octo ber the Board tf Supervibors yesterday al lowed the following bills: John K>hner, $26 ; Fred. Heilbron, 522 ; A. Hite, 527 50 ; John feffaha, *24 ; Charles Djliu, §20 ; Geo. T. Bu«h, ?2O ; W. P. Cronin, $20 ; L. Col man, §24 ; N. Brandt, $2} ; Joseph Bauquier, $22 50 ; C. E. Adams, *21 ; Willis Wright, Sl7 ">0: James McGuire, S3; A. D»nnery 4 G'n., $37 ; Friend & Terry Lamber Company, $91 !*3; Jacob Hoaen. §229 04 ; Van Htis-n & HuutooD, $10 ; Capital Woolen Milk, *12.V S. H. Divis. & 71 ; D. Da Barnardi. S4'J 02 • E. R. Bush. -520; A. Heilbron. .*:>74 ; A. Heilbron. $11 ; A. Heilbron. §;«>2 ; J. G D.,vis, ¥30 50; I. M. Smilh, SO; C. C. Fogitt, |9 "hi ; James Lsonard, |6 ; Add C. H-nkson, $22 40 ; A. Ackerman. SI 33 ; .Tnii?p A. M. t.'rano, $">7 : A. J. Vermilya, $".2 ; Geo. T. liusb, $15 ES ; A. J. Vermilya, 5>21 00 ; Sacramento Telephone Co., £4 10 ; McMannf, |22; Ot^itel G*s Co.. S2O 70; J."e Stanlry, t. r » ; C. H Krebs, S2 (j"> ; Wuj. Crump, *r>ii; Jessie Slaughter, .*2ii ; John Skeitou, Sit.7; A. Heilbron, SW 6S; O. T. G. Saiee. S.; Jobn Chitterton, S3C 7, r i ; Tbomas H. Kowler, .*4O; H. F. Smitn. 143 ■ V. < re*. |40 50 ; Abe KeitMey, S.!. r . 50 ; Recoku-Usion. $12 ; Morris To.<my, S2O 25 ; Jos. Stephens, $24 ; C. H. Stevens. $10 ; D. Reese. $14 2.'> ; I Luis, .J2G ; J. Keirtb, $20 ; J. B. Bradford, $30 75; I. R Bsckey, $00 ; B. Bailey, |35 ; Rose Brenhart. $10 ; IVftr 1 'ijkersin, ?37 50 ; Mrs. K. Kinp, $7 50 ; Mr. M. Cook. $10; Louin Kesbnrg, $10 ; A. W. Marrs. S7 : Martha C. Lee. $10 ; John McComber, . j?24 70 ; Bmmc it Vugel, Xi ICun. Kelly, IB ;C. Z'itler. $30 75 ; Holbrook, Merrill k Stetson, $13 ; Jas. I. Felter & Co $117 50; Whittit-r. Fuller & Co.. $24; Cnw. M F.lger, §28; S. H. Davis, $22: H. Luf i, $\9 5d ; Mrs. M. Salgard, $10 ; W. B. Miller. >"2; Van Heusen &, Huutooo, $2 ; T. V. Pike, $20 ; J. Plunkett. $22 ; W. H Sherhurn. $IS; N. A. Kidder, sl37 os; R. S. Jones, $4 1 4S; Geuige Atkinson, $40; fr. Dwyer, ¥_'7-"i 3S ; Sohaden & Rjdgerdts, $tW 17 ; C. H. Krebs &, Co., $2 40; W. J. Uivia, $11; S. J. & J. M Jacksun, $03 50 ; Neubourg 4 Liges, $10 05 ; C. Ligee, j'-'ti ; D. McKav, (19 ; Sent & Muir, ?4 ; J. C. Menl«y, $14 40; George I. Lvtle, $J8 ; Charles Votrle. $28 ; B. Ehlers, $20 ; G. B. Juhnaon, $'J1 .">0 ; G. B JohnsoD. $40; G. B. Johnaou, $28; C. R. Miilsr. $22; Robert Mellon, $2; C. H. R»be, $14 ; Lswis & Johnsop, 8147 S5; Wir . J. Davis, #30; A. Schaden, $11 25 ; M. Bar ber, $-V 235 ; Thomas Harper, $10 ; S. J. & J. M. Jackson, $14 35; A. O. Tuft.s .870 03 ; HnntinKt.nn. Hopkins &. Co., $13 05 ; C. ISchurr, $73 73 ; D. Deßeraardi & C"., $80 41 ; E. H. McKee. $226 23 ; R. T. Scott, |89 50 ; B. A. Farr, S3 ; Kilgore & Tracy, $20 ; C. E. Bishop. $125 ; W. J. O'Brien. $18 ; Adam Kinkle, $25 75 ; P. Newman, $5 ; E Lyon & Co., SC2 77 : G. A. White, $03 75 ; J. W. Davison, §13 50; John Lwton, $3.) 25; H. S. Crocker & Co., $3.13 25 ; H. 15. Crocker & OOm $77 14 ; W. M. Petrie, .*!0 - ) ; H. S. Crocker, ?57 40 ; J. 3. Ge:irg», $105 ; J. H. Burnham. $53 50; D. Gillis,sß; Sacramento District Te'ephone Company, $4 44 ; I twLht HolUster, $38; Sam Johnson, $120; E. l£jh & Co., iO7 88 ; Gabe Bsckloy, $30 ; >1B ?>?r Jiros. .443312; D. Gillis, $84; John liciintr, $142 50 ; J. E. Hobbie, $135 ; Fred K-iiliker. $24 ; Ed. Christy. $20 ; S. Nixon, 15 ; D. Dierssen, $30s 05 ; Herman Winters, $>'.G 62 ; G«orge Kuchler, $35 51 ; Carl ft Croly, $1,272 ; William Heuley. $120 ; W. P. Emery. $21 ; S. S. Beede, $198 ; Mrs. Howard. $7 50 ; C. W. Menger, *2 ; W. J. Bdatty, $42. Freight to Arbite. — The following freight for Sacramento passed Ogden on the 7th in stant: Fur Booth & Co., 5 tierces canned ham ; Hall, Luhrs & Co., 33 barrels hams, 1 box cigars; A. A. Van Voorhies & Co., 0 boxes and 2 cases saddlery hardware, 1 bale blankets; Lindley & Co., 5 b"xes and 22 . packages tobacco ; Locke & Lavenson, 3 boxes brackets'; W. A. & C. S. Houghton, 1 cane books ; Huntiugtoa, Hopkins & Co., 7 buiidles trays, 1 crate and 3 boxes hardware, 2 boxes saws, 54 boxes nails, 1 box cutlery. 1 box locks ; E. B. Tracer. 1 organ ; G. E. C'irwin, 1 c *se cigari ; J. Hahu & Co., 1 c»se perfumery, 1 case drugs; J. H. Watson, 1 box car se»ls, 100 barrels oil ; Van Heusen k Huntuon, 1 case hont>ehold goods ; A. Hen nine, 2 boxes household goods : Bitcer & Hamilton, 1 box sawe ; Scotield &'1 .-vi. , 548 ke^s white lead. A Citizks's Privilege.— "Lucky Bald win," a cook at the County Hospital, visited the city on election day for the purpose of exercising his prerogative as an American citizen. In addition to that privilege he also claimed the right to lay in a cargo of berzine before starting heme. On arriving at Thirty r.ri'. .»i.'l M streets his load broke him down, am! he fell into the corral, where he re mained until the next morning, when he was discovered and, according to the statement of an eye-witness, hauled ont with a derrick. Yolo Cocnty Ticket. — The following are the majorities obtained by the different can didates on the county ticket in Yolo county at the recent election : Kell«y, for Joint Senator from Volo and S.>lano. 96 ; Hershey 181, K»an 307, Harling 102, Craig 215. Wat kins 180. Hester 181, Huston 151, Sill 177. The Supervisors elect are T. O. Snider, J. T. Lillard, C. Nelson, J. S. Tutt and J. C. Smith. Metropolitan The\ter — A test of spir itualism will be given to-morrow evening at the Metropolitan Theater by the Miller Brother*. Some wonderful things are an noiiLced to take place in gas :uht on the open aUge — such as table- risirg and floating in the air, piano-rising clear of the floor and beir g played by invisible hands, etc. There will be no reserved seats. Police Court. — The following business was transacted in the Police Court yesterday : Henry Coulbow, battery, found guilt/ and fined $30; F. Biewner. battery, fruid guilty and fined $1 and costs ; John McCarren, petit larceny, tried by a jury and convicted, and judgment deferred uutil tod»v; Johanna H*gle, enticing, continued to November 14, 1882. Fire. — Yesterday afternoon about 2 o'clock an alarm cf fire was sent in from box 61. Upon the arrival of the department it was found that the fire was in the dryiDg-room of the Capital Woolen Mills, A yard engine fr'tn the raiiroad depot was also on hand, but was not needed, the fire having been easily extinguished, and with only a slight damage. Business Change. — The entire interest in the New Campi Rsslaurant, 50!t X street, has been purchased by John Larrikin, one of the former proprietors, who announces that it will hereafter be run as a rirst-class restau rant, and that an opening dinner will be given to-morrow. Lecturb — The second Cougregationa! re union will be held in the Congregational Cborch on Monday evening, when % lecture on '• Imagination" will be given by Rf v. C. D. Bariows, pasttr of tbe First Congrega tional Church, San Francisco. Astonished !— The oldest hou^keepers will be astonished at the prices which will prevail at the final cliwing-out sale of Acker itau & Co., on Saturday, November 11th.* Odr item m«n has been informed that th« People's Market will make the biggest show tc-day of the season, * I CONCISE LOCALS. The only station on the coast from which rain was reported last night km that at San Die^o. It io rumored that Supervisor Smith will be made Chairman of the new Bard of Si. per vis ore. Ninety-five emigrant paßsengen will arrive in Sacramento to-morrow by the train from the East. The Sacrament" river km several days has varied but slightly from 12 feet above low waler mark. Yesterday twenty yean ago General Burn side was pUced in command of the Army of the Potomac Special officer George Karcher is on night duty at the (.olice-etation during the illnece of officer Leavy. Sperry «fe Co., at Stockton, yesterday filed their claim to a trade-mark for tl-mr with the Secretary of State, Governor Perkins has appointed I. B. Allen Notary Public for Sonoma county, to reside at SebastopoL J. G. Siergart acd H. I. Jos, resident* of the island of Tiiuidad, filed their Hade-mark (or bitters yesterJay. Yesteiday .Tame* Bigham was elected overseer of R ad District No. 15 by tho Board of Supervisors. A trademark for soap, "Tbe Fav^rita," was filed yesterday with tne Secrotary by (Jharlcß Laufenburjer. Ed. Leak?, of Dixon, is % candidate for the poeitioa of Secretary of the Senate at the next session of the Legislature. Superintendent Fred. M. Cmpbell will de liver a lecture before the Y'>lo County Teach ers' Institute, to be held next week. The work if filling in tbe moat in which tbe new suction-pipe f r the Water Works, has been ' .i 1 was completed yesterday. Othcer Le&vy was reported to be much better last evening, and Ik pea are now euter tained of his rec jvery without the 10-s of a leg. The Board of Supervisors yesterday after no, v took a recess uutil Monday at 10 a. m., when the election returns will be canvassed. The steamer Ceres came down from the upper Sacramento yest-rday with a barge leaded with wheat, as did also the Governor Daca. John .Ii ii"', obtaining money under false pretenses ; Frank Jon=s, misdemeanor, au;l three lodgers, were rejjisterei at the police station last evening. The Bteamer Reform arrived frr.m S»n Fran cisco yesterday with barges of lumber con signed to the Friend & Terry Lumber Com pany and \V. F. Frazer. The Buard ot Supervisor* yesterday award ed the contract of building the bridge across Arcade creek to Me«sr*. Curl & Croiy. The sum to be paid is 31. ''•'. Peter Brydinc, whose ey»s deceived him in refjjrd to the size of a curd of wood, had the man who cut it arrested yesterday, and charged with obtaining money uodtr falso pntMMh The B.iard r.f Supervisors yesterday aereed to visit Rcl»mation Dis'rict No. 407 on Tuesday, November lcS.h, in the mat;er of the petition cf L. C. Ruble, for the eptiblMi ment of an independent reclamation district. The Christian Church, on Eighth street, ?a« been undergoing some repairs lately, /among other things, the pulpit, which was formerly between the doors at the front en trance, has been changed to the rear of tbe building. The Executive Committee of the Anti- Debris Association werr in session yesterday afternoon and last evening, at the office if the Secretary, in the Hall of Records build ing. None of the proceedings have as yet h ' n made public. On Thursday two hunters had a narrow escape from drowning by the overturning of their boat on the liver. The upsetting was erased by the men attmiptir.g to grasp a barge which was p»'.-in_\ Two valuable guns were lost, which were being searcued fur yes terday, but with no success. The wager of a wheelbarrow ride, which was made between L. B. Smart and F. Wilder on the election of one of the Repub lican candidates for State Senator is to be paid this afternoon. Mr. Wiljer will wheel Mr. Smart through some of the principal Btreeta, heided by fife and drum. A collec tion will be taken up on tbe route for the benefit of the orphan asylum. The ing yesterday morning, which lifted at about 11 o'clock, deposited in the rain-gauge kept by S. H. Gemsh .007 of an inch of water, making a total for the month of 2.274 inches, and for the season, 0.111 inches. In 1881, to a corre=p <nding date, there was .771 of an inch ; 1880, a sprinkle ; 187% .720 of aa inch ; IS7B. .711 of an inch ; 1877. .800 of an mcli; 1876, 3.010 inches; 1575, .070 of a i mci. River ExcmsiON.— Articles of incorpora tion were submitted to the Assistant Secreta ry of State, George Gale, yesterday, by the Salt River Steam Navigation Company. Directors— C. N. Post, Frank F. Johnston, Albert Hart, S. M. BosUick and E. L. Craft. Capital etock undetermined, and is interned to remain so, providing the directors can secure the services of a builder who will take n>tes in payment. Principal place of business during the building of the »teamer , will be in this city. The vessel will be christened "The Waterloo," and will be ready to s&il for the upper Salt River country from Fr at and L streets on cr about the ' ': h day of January, 1883. At a meeting of the directors held in the basement of the State Capitol on Wednesday mrraimr, the following named gentlemen were chosen as officers, who are to take charge uf the boat while in tran sit to Salisbury. Clinton White, Captain ; Harry (ramble, First Mate ; W. S. SafT r.l, Secood Mate ; George Gale, Boatswain ; Fred Danforth, Purser and Chi»f Cook ; Frank Bowers and L. Calis-.h, pilots. Oa account of the large numner of persons who will take a first-clans passage the saloons will be furnished regardless of cost — to the build er*. Among the indespensable articles now being prepared for the voyage is a handsome side-board, which will be well Btocked with vinegar bitters. Gcardisg the Returns. — Willi im Miner, Secretary of the Democratic County Com mittee, yesterday appeared before the Board of Supervisors and asked on behalf of both the Democratic and Republican committees that each of the committees be allowed to post a watch ever the election returns, so that each party might be assured that the boxes would not be tampered with until they w»re canvassed by the Board. The request hav ing he-n granted by the Board, G. B. Dean, on the part )f the Democracy, and John H in ters and Frank Breck, on behalf of the Re publicans, were present last night as guards. The room of tbe Board was thrown open for their convenience. The watchers and those who appointed them suppose the returns to be locked up in the tire-proof vault, which was constructed for the use of the Board in preserving their records. County Clerk Berkey U the custodian of the returns, and it was belie red last night by some that the re turns were not deposited ia the vault. Thin opinion was strengthened by the action of Mr. Berkey, who alone is responsible, be having quietly gnne ho ne, app»rt-ntly unenn cerneri, leaving the watchers in the Super visors' room. Land at Auction.— The Paci6c Coast Land Bureau announce the sale by public auction of about 000 acres of lan 1. in tract? t • suit purchasers, at the salesroom. No. 22 Montgomery street, San Francisco, on next Wednesday at 12 ■■'clock noon. The land is located in Vaca valley, and is stated to be choice fruit land, bring mirr unded by many paying orchards. The terms of sale are easy. IscoRPORATEn. — The following articles of incorporation were riled with the Secretary nf State yesterday by the Schad? r, Johnston & Co.: Directors — Joseph Sv.-b.adcr, John M. Johnston, Edward McLiuphlin, Jr., John E. A:.-. r-iH Edward McL»u2hlin. Capital stock, £200.000, divided into 200 shares. Prin cipal place of business, 1. « Angeles. Relief. — During its sessions this week the Board of Supervisors grtnted relief to the following persons in the respective amount* : Rose Brenbart, $10: Mm. E. King, $7 50 ; Mrs. M. Cook, 'slo: Martha C. Lee. SlO ; Mrs. M. Salgarrt. $10; Mrs. Howard, §7 T>o; C. W. Menger, $2. Auction Sale. — Messrs. Sherburn & Smith announce the sale by public auction of a lot nf household and kitchen furniture to-day at 10:30 a. M , at tneir salesroom, 323 X street. People in the city, as well as in the country, thould avail themselves of tbe final closing ont sale of cmckery and glassware to take t.iaji' at Ackerman's, oc Saturday, Nov. 11th.* Thi Town Talk !— Ack«rm»D'« final closing-out sale, on Saturday, Nov. lltb. * I COUNTY TREASURER'S BEFOBT. The following is the report of the County Treasurer, D. E. Callahan, for the month oi Octobsr. 1882 : Balance on hand October Ist $31,894 «ti RECEIPTS. Btkte Fund #480 00 General Fund 110 50 590 50 Total r-S'-MSS M EXPENDITURES. State Fu'id *10,5«4 28 School Fund 2,2*0 41 Bonds of 1872 Fund 4,400 00 General Fund 115 30 Interest C. P. R. EL Fund 440 00 17,759 99 Balance »14,725 17 APPORTIONED AS FOLLOWS : State Fund nso rjo Siiskirijr and Interct Fund 690 00 Mad Fund 9,975 53 Hospital Fund 17 76 Bonds of 1372 Fund 942 Gl General Fund 19 23 Koad Fund , 332 46 Interest C. P. Railroad Fund 854 22 Hospital bitiking and Interest Fund 207 SO Swamp and Overflowed Laud Fund 751 02 Court house and Jail Fund 22^ i-0 Special Ljvee iJistrkt No. 1 Fund 201 24 Total »14,720 17 Stealikg Mkals.— On Wednesday evening two men entered a Third-street restaurant and ordered a fine supper. After they had t:i,:-(,. il eating one of the party walked by the counter toward the door, and remarked to the proprietor that he would be bick in a few moment*. The other man seated himself as if to wait the return of his companion. After waiting a considerable length of time, he sur- Rested to tbe restaurant man th»t it took a lonu time for hi« Maud to return, and asked if be had paid for the meals before leaving. The proprietor rf plied that he had not. The_ man appeared to be much aston ished at hia friend's conduct ; could not con^ ceive why he should act in that manner, and by way of consolinsj hi» host said h9 wu H >t broke himself and c mid not liquidate the in debtedness. The shrill sound »f a police whistle at once startled the guest and soon brought a police officer, who placed the "dead beat," ai the proprietor termed him, under arrest. Yesterday morning the case— petit larceny— was called in the Police Court, and the defendant demanded a jury trial and wai aecojuinodated. Tiie jury returned— after the facts were submitted— in about fifteen minutes after leavict; the Court-room with a verdict of guilty. In the past the de fendant has been known as "Johnny behind the rocks " Hia namfi is John McOarren. Km alias is just now •'Johnny behind the bars." The dt fondant conducted his own de fence, and pleaded with the jury not to con vict him of petit iarceny for such a little thing as "staudiog off a restaurant man." Sebanades. — A lurge cumber of the per sonal and political friends of successfu! Dem ocratic candidates in Tuesday's election, ac companied by tbe Hussar baud, last night visite I the residences of Messrs. Cox, L»Rue and Carey and serenaded those gentlemen, and tha ueuhl exchange cf congratulations and thanks marked the occasion. The gen tlemt-n complimented entertained the party hospitahly. At a la<e hour the serenading patty had not returned from its tour of con (fratulaii n. SOCIAL AHD PERSONAL. F. I)u Jardin has returned to the Bay. Tr. lurt has returned from San Francisco. Ed. Winelandix, of Miirystillu, is stopping in the city. E. V. Blaisdel, of Sherilan, Placer county, is in to»n. S. B. riavis and W. F. Holuen, of Penrvii, are in the civ . Alf. EL Estill, Sheriff elect, left (or San Francisco yestercUy. Govenror George C. Perkins came up from San Francisco last evening. J. D. Rowea and bride, of Hopftown, Nevada, are spending their honeymoon iv Sacramento. Mrs. s. B. Smith, of WMhlactnuß. C, is visiting in the city, the _v.-st of Mrs. VV. O. Bowers. Dr. Pyburn has gone to San Frsncisco to attend the meeting of one of the Slate Medical Associations. John Bidwe!l, Chico ; C. K. Sexy, Marvsville ; and U.-.ir-u Ohli'j-cr, vi Yuba City, are stopping in the city. Mri>. Dr. B. Shurtleff and Mrs. Frank L. Coombs, of Xapi. will arrive home from tin. X ist by the over land train today. I). Cnbh, O. Steiner, Henry Sanders, San Fran cisco ; J. V. Chown, St Louis; J. W. Hall, F •lsom ; Mrs. P3tti'n, Jinn's Simjmoti. Jihn Jithtis I'lacer villle ; J. E. Church, 8. A. Holt. W. B. Sanicnt, NY.v York ; J. P. Limbing, lone, arc ttOfftam in Sacra mento. A birthday surprise party wag given to Rev. Mr. J>unn last tvehinvf at his residence on G stret-t, near fourteenth, by members of ttM church of which be is pastor. It was a complete surprise, but the guests were very hospitably received by their pastor &nd his wife. Bta'e House Hotel: Henry Stroeter, Walker River; L. Liu'ht, wile and son, Auburn; A. J. Piercy, Theodore Uobeiis. Uwrge V. Stevens, E. J. Hfl'Jen, San Francisco ; E. Hirrold ami wife, Plaeer ville; U. C. Curtis, J. Laugher; , J. Richards, Amad<.r City ; T. H. li. McLerrun," Woodbridice : X D. BaoUajT, Walnut Grove : S. B. Moore, A. t. Crew. John Belcher, Cosumnes ; T. J. Mulroonv, Nicolaus ; C. Ki-llj . F.lk Qrm ; John VV. Meiss G EL Meiss, La«uDa: R. Q. Maxtieid, Florin. The Entre Nous Social Club gave their second social parly at Jacobs' Hall last evening. About littv couples were present, and dancing was con tinued until quite laic. The following »ere the committees in charge of the entertainment : Ar rangeiuebts — J. T. Stafford, J. J. C. Fitzgerald, 0. H. Kippon, G. W Hilbert, G. E. kuchler, Jr., Joßie Rippon, Emily Boyne, Ida Stafford, Mary Luther, Carrir Taft. Kvcepticn— A. V. Bt.yne, L. A. KinL' Lincoln Broadt, 0. L. Bcauchamp, J. J. C. Fitz ireriild. Floor — I. T. Stafford, G. W. Uilbert, C. H. EUppoo, L. W. Mahoney, 0. La Grave. m-m TRANSFBBB OF REAL ESTATE. Wrdnksday, November S, 1882. October 24— Mrs. J. U Freeman to W. J. Milirite— Witt half of lot 2, block bounded by c, D, Four teenth .iii<! Fifteenth streets, city ; <ti. Tihrsdav, November », 1882. November B— W. S. Mtwick to K. J Merkley— lso acres land on east bank of BMMMBto river, four milis below city ; grant. November 6 — Ygnacio Sepulveda to Mrs. Carrie Ma) Rose— Lot 4, block bounded by F,y, Tenth and Eleventh strettj, city ; *100. Fiiiday. November 10, 1882. June 15, 1375-»l'nited St .tea to Philip Ede' — Southwest quarter of section IS, township 8 north, range 7 east ; patent. January 15, 1S72— United Stit b to Aujjust Tapper — Northeast quarter of sictioa 12, towtiship 8 noith, rausre 7 east ; patent. July 20, Ifc74— United St»te» U Edward Hummer — North halt of the Bouthe&fet quarter of section 12, township 8 north, range 7 east ; patent. Maj 8, 1871 —Central Pacific Railroad to Aumist Tapper — N'orthweet quarter of section 7, township 8 north, range 8 ta»t, 157 acres ; $392 60. Aumifi. 2U, 1875— Central Pacific Railroad et al. to Aui:uct Tapper— North half of lots 1 and 2 of southwest quarter of section 7, township 8 north, range 8 ea.-t, 79 25-100 acres ; *t»M 13. Oct-iber 23--Elward Kummer to August Tapper — Nortli half of the southeast quarter of section 12, township 8 v jrth, range 7 east, 80 acres ; *100. October 23— August Tapper to James yninn— Same property v de*crihe.l in preceding 7 trans fer, 6.!0 acres ; $5,750. November 10 — liendrich Hundermark to Isabella Bennett— West lafect of ea.-t half und east 13 feet of nd quarter of lot 7, block bounded by J, X, Fourteenth and Fifteenth street?, city ; ii'M Why is it that Longtan's " People* Mar ket," on J street, between Sixth and Seventh (south eide), is attracting bo much attention I i'.-csr.so it i» as complete as any market in Cnlif" < rt.ia. The pr.uitry, fruit*, vegetable", fish. Eastern oysters and other market stuff kept there are always fresh and inviting. It will pay to step and take a 100k — especially stranger* — as they will gee what Sacramento can nil in the way <>f a complete market. * Whoever desires to purchase clothes made to order, and save money, should by all means call upon .Saioven, Tne Tailor, on the north side >if J street, between Third aod Fourth, in this city. Their slock of cloths is very large, and they have cut down their prices t • lower than ready-made clothing. They guarantee their work and trimming to be first class, and the most perfect Dt is always given, or no sale. * Hotel, restaurant and salooc-keepers will do well to attend the final closing-out sale of crockery and glaosware on Saturday, Novem ber 11th, at Ackerman'*, t;j9 J street. Job lots will be offered at stjch prices as will com pel you to buy. Goods sold for cash only.* Youb Last Chance !— The final c!o in? oat sale ot crockery and glassware takes place at Ackerman'a, G°29 J street, on Satur day, November 11th, and continues for one week. Unheard of bargains will be offered.* Hotel, Restaurant asd Saloon- keepers ! Do sot fail to attend the final cloeiDg-nut sale of crockery and g!a»sw»re, at Ackerman's, on Saturday, Novembsr 11th. Bargains are in store Jor yon. * _ Cheslet's Mafle Kcji, with Tclu, is nn rivaled for coughs and colds. * CHASEED DAILY FOR MECHANICS STORE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1882. SACBAHENTO TEMPEBATIBE. ETEXTS OF THE DAY. Tkmperatxek Yestkbdat : General John E. Wood died, 1864. Highest, 50 Lowest, 42 Snn Ris**, 6-37 a. m. I'empe&atcrr Corresponding Dat. 18h1 i Snn Sets, 4:52 p. v. Moon Rises, "pets." Highest, G7 Moon South*, 12:20 P. v. Lowest 42 Day's Length, 10a. ir.niii. FASHION LETTER 1 y.f :: Weinstock & Lubin. H .::•:; : ": : : :::,:::::::::;";: i: i ; t"; ::::;';:;;♦ FROM THEIR NEW YORK SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.] ■«■»■<■> SILVINI. NlLS*©*, MBS. LA.NCTItY. t.tPOIL nil MISS THI 'K.«BV IS THt-ttE SOT IHM.IU OF A PI I. I IIOU V «i l'.MCi:i||\ Mr NT tOU AHEKIiAVS THE OHMM ■1 1 ■■■ f fUMB ■■■■■! MOKE IH4\ OItIMNARILV Rl SV TIIF. F.X.LI«II HtlllM. JACKET: THE Bi:i<IXUOTi: ; THE FLSTFB : THF. BAULIV-M4M UOStllititlllVS OF mniiiii niir-TT of crane, mateblals, m— m§ m»% «l.<\ THE I'Un'lilM. UK. - New York, November 4, 1882. Following closely upon the heels of Modjeska came S ilviui, Nil-son and Mrs. Langtry ; Patti io expected ere long ; and Capou! returned te U6 ; and onr own Miss Thursby — our pride and our pleasure — always delightful, and never disappointing — what a plethora of entertain ment is before us for the winter. After passing the conventional (or better, the unconventional) ordeal of the interviewers, Mcdjeska has been biographized in one of our leading weekly newspapers ; and now certain of the other "stars' mentioned are receiving attention from those delegates of the preaa, who do more or less toward manufacturing public opinion, an concerning the merits or demerits of th >se fortunate or unfortunate individuals, who depend for happiness or success upm public patronage. Professionally, the reputation of each of the " stare" iwtice J, ;ave that of Mrs. Langtry, is an accepted fact ; it yet remains for play-goerß to decide whether, without her reputation for beauty, Mrs. L»ugtry !.■•-■ or has not claimed to be regarded ac an artist in the profession she has adopted. And already, to American eyes, her physical attrac tions are regarded with question. The tiuth is, we are more accustomed to beauty in woaien in America tlian are Europeans ; and the fair " Jersey Lily" need hardly be surprised if criticism here, by comparison, be not as favorable and as (Uttering a* trie wholesale prai*e of her in London would warrant her to expect However, we shall see ; while your corresponded heartily wishes her an abundant increase to her stock of histrionic laurels at least. In the meantime dressmakers, milliners and cloak-makers are busy in devising "some* thing to wear" for the fairer portion of the audiences destined to grace places of amusement ; and wi n the chill th*c has pervaded the air for the last two week*, the burden of i:-U r- -', rests on wraps. We can hardly imagine bow the weather is with you ; bat here, already, fars are considered, ar.d our merchants are doing largo business in heavy cloake. A« remarked in a letter of weeks ago, the Engliah jacket, as the outside garment of general utility, i ■ cf importaut consideration, while the pelisse or redingote i* the garment stinted in the place of the jacket, by ladieß who de light in being regarded as in full ruppurti. with the mode. Both the Engliah jacket and the redinitote or pelisse are aeeu in the fashionable cloaking materi als — appearing as well in seal-skin, plush and velvet. A departure from old style in these garment* h seen in the clashing cf the central seam cf the back, the 1 i k dividing from the bottom to the hi;"-, to display the drapery on the back i.,i the costume ; or the necessary fullness being given the wrap by inserting in the slashed central seam of the back, fan plaiting, this being of depth corre sponding with that of the garment, and either of the material of which the wrap is made, stout satin .■ •:< in. or grox grain silk. Many of these wraps are en riched with embr ndery of stout soujacke, or braid, ia araba-que and military designs ; and sooie of them, intended to do service in midwinter, are bordered with far. The u<e of the stouter and warmer c'.otha needed for the colder weather of tho latter wpeks of autumn and winter* has driven out of -i»;ht the ruching which trimmed the r>- :;■.-■■-•■- of early autumn. The popular finish is a stitched hem ; or, when braided, the design furnishes the needed finish ; while the flutnnesß of the ruche is secured by bordering of lynx, black marten, or other light aud ::■.•.■!■)- far. For common service, the -.inter cloak is again st election, and varying the ulster the raglio cloak com ■« in for a share of attention, the latter, as you are doubtless aware, twins; a much more elaborate garment than tho former, and distinguished by the plaiting in the skirt, and its deep cardinal cape. Tne stoutest and heaviest cloths manufactured for cloaking purposes come into requisition for the ulster ; while the raglan, though a recognized utility wrap, because of its more elaborate style, must be m «de of less heavy materials. The mixed ecru, mixed giey, cheviotxtriped and checked cloths are coticeable in these two wraps, and the usual tiuish ia a stitched hem, with large handsome buckhorn or crochet buttons. For more dressy toilets the dolman ii the fashionable cloak ; and this runs through almost as many modifications of. style as there are varieties in bonnets and hats. And judging from the luxury which the dolman, in the extreme of the mode, has taken on, the time has not yet come when our Legislators deem it advisable to pass laws restricting indulgence in drees. Imagine, if you please, j cloak made of brown satin brocade of the heaviest texture and rarest design, lined with steel-grey Wtift antique, and trimmed with bordering at the bottom, up the fronts and on the sleeves, and collar of Russian sable fur, Belling at the moderate price (and moderate, indeed, when the trimming is considtred) of $1,350; (and you will have an idea of a class of cloaks laid out before us for inspection. In our climate, far bordering will prevail to an unusual extent, and fur-lined cloaks will be very much worn, while rat-tail chenille fringe, in some model*, shadowed by a n,' 1 ' ; of hand run Spanish lace, and this headed by passe-men terie of jet or of iridescent beads, supplemented by heavy Uri.-i-lled cords and medallions to match, constitutes the objective garniture for cloak.) intended for weather or a cliinit* les< Bevere than ours in mid- winter. All varieties of the finer gradeß of the fashionable cloths, woolen and silk matelaeee cloths, mesßina cloth, in silk acd in wool, brocaded and embossed velvets and plushes, plain satin, tatin aurah and grnt-ijmiit silk, are all employed in cloak-making ; and while black is the standard line in the dolman cloak, the ecru, grey and checked cloths, are seen ie dolmaus intended for ordinary wear ; and the daik-browns, greens and blues, in the silk stuffs, vary the prevailing black in this cloak. In the majority of modifications, the rleeve of the present dolman is of the square Hungarian style, in arm? patterns formed from the bark, and in some being a sepa rate piece and crossing the shoulders ; and of this character are the eleevea to the new modifications bearing, v..ri nuly. the names, " The Kstnri " and " The Princess 1 ' — the sleeve of the latter being somewhat narrower and more nearly approaching the coat shape than that of the l'tlter. la an occa-ional cloak we have noted the continuance of the baggy Japanese sleeves — a style, by the by, which gives the effect of great comfort in the wrap, and is by no meins ungraceful ; shawl-shaped sleeves crossing the shoulder* distinguish some of the most attractive of the recent cloaks, and some of them have the elegant curved sleeves, attached to the side seams of the back, Tthich characterized the graceful " Medicis" cloak of last winter. Cloaks of diagonal and other of the heavier cloths are simply finished with a hem, sometimes atitched and sometimes overlaid with fur bordering, while the utmost luxury appears in th* garniture of cloaks made o\ the silk stuff* — chenille fiinee, beaded fringe, Spanish lace in hand-run and soatache (tracery design?, beaded passementerie, marabout galloon, and bows of satin ribbon, all being called into requisition to add their elegance or fnr desired effect. In some models we note a double front, the objective front of the wrap falling equare dnwn from the neck extremity of the shoulder seam, over a front of velvet or of plush that closes up on the che-it ; and some models are finished with drapery covering the lower half uf the sleeve and meeting in the center of the back, under a great bow of wide satin ribbon, email bows down the front furnishing correspoading trimming. CerUin modifications of the dolman have plaiting down the center of the back, from the neck to the extremity, and this plaiting is curved in accordance with the lines of the figure ; and in some models corresponding plaiting lappeara on the front of the cioak. Plaited drapery finishes the sleeves, and on the sides »re large equ»re pockets formed nf plaiting, as frequently lunning crosswise aa lengthwise. It will be readily understood that the elaborate cloaks described are of the silk cloaking materials ; and many ndw rich in fringe and lacs will noon be relieved of present garniture, to be trimmed with bordering of fur. Uf the furs employed ' r trimming purposes we notice particularly beaver, in both natural color and dyed brown, plucked and three-fourths plucked ; plucked otter, black marten or Alaska sable, Ru-sian and Hudson's Bay sable, black fox, bine fox and fox argente, or dyed silver fox, Canada lycx, chinchilla and natural coon. Sealskin continues in undiminished demand for jackets and cloaks. But in reference to fur-", a word now and then in the future. In onr next letter we propose to tell you something abont opera wraps, with hu.U in reference to bonneU for evening wear, the rage new beicg for the capjte, MISOELLAN:OUS. inPORTEKS ASU UEALKR» IN * liquors, Nos. 1016 and 1018 Second street, between J and X, Saoramento. *3^ *J . JU . JESL Xa XJ 3S3T 3fc3 » £JI WATCHHAKBK AJIB JCWKLIR, »•.»« J ST., BKT. SBt'OSO ud THIS* a JOKN :B3E^3Ea-CJ3!«rEJHi, I importer, MMiufaotnrer, Wholesale ana Ret»ll Dealer In every ducrlDtiou ot FTjmSTITTJRE andBEDDIISra »o«. <km. ftoc and .>o» Ii »«ri;et, net. Sl»th and Beveath. a*eramento. tU 7.Sp« JT- <S-. DAVIS, qmJ&px* NO - 4H X STREET, SACR'.MNTO, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALKR IN PARLOR, BED AND MNISti.^HSJj FURISTITUREand CARPETS LATEST PATTERNS OF LISOLEI'M AND OIL « 1 1> 1 11- ALSO, A I Mt«.l. ISSOUT 'II M OF <IKTAI\S, SHADES, F l ■■!!■■. ETC. TV I « mid rcqutot the public to oil! and examine my large stock of L'oods before nurchaainir el» whure, ad they will find it to their aavantase. r " * Country Ordern SoKrlted. and SatUfarllon Knarnnteed. 030- SOIVIETmNC^I^WII UNIVERSAL FASHION CO.'S PERFECT-FITTING PATTERNS ! Or LADIEs SUol LD BE SURE AND SEE THEM I;EFOKE BLYIMi UiliEK h.L.NDs. ■&! Send Stamp lor Catalogue. GEO. D. ALLMOXD, SOtt J st,, bet. Eighth and Xinth. BLU£STONEI BLUESfONE! 3&M~ FOR >ALE CHEAP -A-rr TtrPTS' x>xi.T7ci- storb, t/tT (OR-iIK TE<-TH AXI» J STREETS, [m2S-Spta]. . . SACH AWrvTO olL^^'^ -90 l I *3"We »re now making prepnratlnns for nr CRAVIt HOLIDAY ■ *ALK-, » ' Irii will rrqulre ont umllvldt-d Mllenllon. Before <lotns «o, Ihii.. >i-r. we will Klve the publle Ihr HHlwl oppurlunltr ever oflVred to s., |.|ii v their wuulti at m BIHiiM. FKICK4. We -.v "S»»KI IKOVfITBXL FINAL SALE GBINA, CROOEEET and BLABSWARI ! I WILL TAKE PLACE ON" SATURDAY, NOVEMBER I I, AND CONTINUE FOR UNHEARD OF BARGAINS will be offered to Families, Hotel, Restaurant and Saloon Keepers. Ackerman & Co., Nos. 629 and 631 J street, Sacramento. tS~ Our mores w ill eloae at 7P. M. Sharp < -:if uriiay* exeepted). ■: T, F. SLATER, Halter, « s 1 ' ■* u-:-3pam J. J. Spietor 1 D R U G S. | """'"""'Lfpk B'™8 '™ <3S-xrsrs! IM.I 1-11 AXD ANERICAX Breech-Loading Shotguns, j Winchester Rifles, Hunters' Supplies, — FOR BALS BT — HUNTINGTGN, HOPKINS & CO., SACKAJIESTO AXD -ti (S4V(lmk. AGENTS FO R CALIFORNIA km HAZARD Powder Companies V PRICE Joels A\ INMF.DIATE AM) rinlilMU CIRE Tor < <il «.!!-, (iiniv AHTIIMA, BRWN tHITIS. ( Kill P. IMUUBA, CATABRH. LO8» OF VOICF., Inelplent t'enhuinpllon, and all IM>r»r> of tke Throat mil Luiik*. Auk for the California Pulmonary BaJxam and lake no other. C9-BOLD B¥ ALL Mli I I.«.!-T -. ' 1 J. R. Gates & Co., PROPRIETORS, 417 Sansome st., San Francisco. n2-3i4ptfiawtf\»rS Qg% NEW FURNITURE! %&* CO^3ISTI^G OF FINE PARLOR AND BEDROOM SETS, I>* GRtAT VARILTY.-ALSO, Single Pieces, Bedding, etc. W. D. C'OMSTOCK, (or. Fifth and X <itr<><'ts. . ISplm IMPOBTIIi* A\D itHOLKSAU. 3L.IQTJOH DEALEES, BCS X STRuiT.-.. ....... Sp«ml^_l SAORAMENTO OAU KIRK, GEARY & CO , WnOLF.AALE AMI RETAIL DRUGGISTS, I NO. 416 J STKEET. DIRECT IMPORTERS OF Drug*, « hcniiral.. Proprle- um^ tory Articles. Perfunierjr« ■ . I «, Toilet and Fare Powder*, >iimji*, ( <i<lilrllr- : llalr, S/**nß(:i Tooth, Kail, Cloth, I: .ill^p^taS^^L and Flr.li i;ri,»lp . ; Tiuhii f>. Supporters, <.lihml.li r Brarea, Sllk eUntlc Kliirk-nss. (at Cla>.iware, Toilet and Perramr « a-i». etc. OUR STOCK OF TOILET REQUISITES ! Will be Tonnd equal lo that kept by any House In the Male. PRESCRIPTIONS AND F/iMiLY RECIPES Prepared by rnniprirnt pharmacists. 088 isLm TO LEt7 A Two-story Brick Dwell ing-house of TYn Rooms, situate on M street, bet. Ninth and Tenth ; $35. A. LEONARD & SON, IKBURANCB REAL ESTATE AGENTS, ion Fonnb street Bacruneato aul7-3plm