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TIBBBAY.. BECEMBEK IS. ISBt ADTSBTISESFEFT MENTION, Metropolitan Theater— Leivitt's Specialty Com pany. Meeting- Lily of the Vtlley Lodge, A. O. X.'. W. Meetintr— Fhilh»rmonic So"ietr. To Lnan— Money. For Sale— Farm of 1,900 acres. Wanted— Situation tiy a young mm. Wanted— Square pool-tible. Wanted— liuard and lodging (private). Card of Thanks- Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Riehl. Card — U. Scheucert. Probate Notic;— Eitsti of Jefferson Lake, de csaaed. Call— Sacramento Turn Vertia. Slewing — CalcJooU Club. Commencement Exercises — Sacraxetito Seminary. Wanted— Male and female hep. C»r J— Td farmers. Auction To-day. Ee'.l jc Co.— Bousckeepini goods. Business Advertlaemem s Sherbnrn i Smith— Crockery and giusirarc. A. Leonard k Son—" To Lei " and " For Sale." Bell 4 Co.— Albums. Mechanics' Store— Gifts for everjbody. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Board ok Education.— The regular meet ing of the Ci:y Board of tducition was beld last evening. Present, Metera. Petii", Slater, Stalker, Hancock, Butler and Tracy and Superintendent hiice. The Committee on Furniture and Supplies reported the purchase of eeats for the new schorl room at the Or phan Asylum. Tne Building and Eepairß Committee reported having taken measures toward driving the bate out of the Sacramento Grammar Schco! building, aul lh»t work in ventilating the building was favorably pro gress.:,'. This committee was instructed to test t'.o furnace at the Ninth and M streets school-house. iThe Finance Committee re ported favorably on the fallowing billd, which were ordered p&ii : Pay roll of half month's piy for teachers acd full pv? for janitors $3,741 »; George Dean, $."">:> JO ; \V. T (Jottitr, HO 25 ; J. White, |28 ; J. Bohn, |42; <'. M. Corndle, 823 00; Sc-tt 4 Jluir, §8 30 ; Friend & Terry, $2S 37 ; Charles Schmidt, 811 50; Davis 4 Goepel S3l 50 ; M.. 1). Mer/ell, ?5 ; Sun F;re acd Marine Insurance Company, $22 £0 • E W Potter & Co., §10 95 : B. F. Bel", $'J ; H. B. Crocker & Co., 3-M !ij ■ Baker & Hamilton, !?1 2~>. I'resiJerit 'l'racy reported as follows wi'.h refcraace to insurance : Building I and J, Fifteenth atd Sixteenth Btreets, Sun Fire *cd Marine Insurance Company, §3,C00, at IK) cents, 522 50, expires December 14, 1883 A. G. Hoagland, agent. President Tracy presented a detailed utatement cf insurance matters for the jeir IBBS. Tr.e application of Miss Nettie B. Seeley for a recommenda tion to the State Bnard of Education fjr an educational diploma w^s granted. The ap plication of Misa Emily M. Thompson for a position as teacher in the public schools was read and pliced on file. The Bsard then ad j jurncd. Fkeigiit to A ebite.— Freight for Sacra mento passed Ogden on the 15th instant as follows : For Schofield & Tevls, 1 box mixed paiar, 20 barrels 2cd 37 boxes varnish ; J. F. Davis & Soc, 2 boxes saddlery ; Lindley k Co., 2 cities cigars, 85 packages tobacco, 25 cases baked beans ; Henry Fisher, 2 barrels confectic nery ; Baker & Hamilton, 1 box cut bry, 1 box nilver-plated ware, 1 case hard ■ ware ; Mebin* k Co., 15 packagoa tobacco ; A. Coeior, L-J packages tobacco ; Adam?, Me- NtOl k Co ,1 package tobacco : C.oke & Sjb, 1 box machinery ; ,lo?eph Ilahn & C). t 1 box trusts; Cgr^ral Pscifi; K>i!road, 1 barrel and 1 keg Cir fpriLg^; Luis Skss & Co., 1 meat chrpp,-r ; \V. A. kC. S. Housbton, 5 bundles nawspiyer, 1 caso ruled paper ; H. A. Weaver, 1 busdle cardboard; Kirk, Gesry & Co, 15 packages end 2 c;Brs glycerine, 1 barrel acd 5 boxes drugs, 1 b.x potash, 1 box iodine, 1 barrel Rlassware, 2 bi>x-s rubber ; Hualiogton, nnpfctm & Co., 03 pistil iron, 1 package staples, 2''o bucdles stfe!, 1 baurila wheels, 1 lij-dk shafts, 1 ra!:; hc-.d, 1 bundle tte'.h, 1 tir.r^. c ojs-barr, 1 bex fiber washers, 0 boxt%n.irdw*re, 1 box wringers, 9 bundles cii -:iee*. 3 ! nn-iltß hook handles, 1 bundle tree ptuMia, 4 bellow?, G vise?, 1 box naih, 1 barrel chun ; Eillio-slcy & Co., 2 barrels nhoo liluokiap, 1 case wooden tiittcr-rooldnrs, 1 sack winking, 2 boxes traps ; A. A. Vau Voorhies ft Co., 2 ciseß hardens blacking ; L. E km & Co., 4 ba'.ea cotton goads; EHner Bros. & Co., 10 barrels whieky ; B,>oth 4; Co., 81 boxea spice. 40 boxen baking powder, 1 packsie tobacco ; Hal!, Lubrs & Co., 2o ciB3S bi:t:rs, 1 c;ts ti^ns, 186 ksj,s, 10 barrels and 10 baii-barrels ty: up, 7 packages tobacco ; 1). Stacclift, 2 boxco household goocLi. Cat TKrsTLES.— Toe Board of City Trus tees met in rfpular seesion yesterday, all the members preiaat. The report of the Chief Ei>i,':"eer of the Water Works showed that the purapi had beea in operation 120 hours durbt: the week, pumping 11,108 750 gallons cf water. A petition requesting thit the wnter piiia on Tw-'r.ty-firatttrtel in ex'euded to V HT.ttet, wsm referred to the Superitt?R dent of the Water Worke. A peiiijn t t : i.< for the appointment of extra policcmm far holiday week, was placed on fre. The ie que^t cf D. Gardner to citch fish in China sluu rh wis denied. The Superintendent of the Water Works wa:; directed to correspond with Extern manufacturers to at certain the prio of 4,000 fact o! six-inch pipe. The ac tion t.ikeu in regard to tho coal oil ordinance will be f.rand elsewhere. After al!o*ir.g the following bills tho Board adjourned : PNtonn Gistron. S10 ; A. Gr&fmilter. .^180; Wi zal k Son, $2 ; William Wittn, SU ; John Xel- Boa, |24; M. Kennedy, $10; T. J. Ballon, SJ4 : M. Tansoy. SlO ; James Coffe", SlO ; T. Saannahan, §10 ; James Leonard, So ; Lee Y.urg. $3U5; H. Rvan, Sl2 50; R. Shay, ClO ; F. OLaujhUn, §10 ; R. Joaiieon. 524 ; Thomas Ootter, $15 ; P. McGinnis, §12 ; J. Lynch, $12 ; Huntington. Hopkins & Co., S3 ; A. Kiog, SSS 05 ; W. J. Walinre, $3 25; Tim Scriver. §1 ; Lem Cnung, 410 ; W. A. Aaierson, $20. The Weather.— The raic-Btorm of yester day, according to Sergeant Barwick's report, was .11 of an inch, mikiog 2.* of an icch for the month, and C.71 for the secsan. The season cf 1877-8 gave 2 42 inches ; 1878 '.», 1.47 inches; 187'J 30. 4.00 icchii ; 188C-1, 003 iscbes ; ISSI 2, 5.43 inchee. Toe aver age for the put six years to the 10th of De cember of eac'i year is 444 inches. The praieat seasna is 2 27 inches ia excess of the mean uvtra^e for the pa-i six years to a cor reepinding >iute Dupa'cbcs received at the ' BaboXD Union office show thit tbe rain b&i ! Fxtemieri over t'ae whole northern parti .n of tin Stttp, with snowfall ia the mouctainp. Tne diiip»ti:hes also state th^t the pros^e;Ui for a good crop tha coming ssasou aro excel- Unt. Otficial Ketl'^s.— The official returns from the recent general election have been canvassed by the Secretary of S:a!e. The vote c.st fcr Governor is as follows : Stone man (!>.). :i\\(V:>\: Kstee (11. ), r.7,175 ; Mo- DoHkld (i*.), ."■,772; McQaiddy (G ), 1,0:0. Fur ConptMßM, S cond District — Build (D) 20,2*1; Pa^e (11), I'J,2JG. For R»il road Commissiotier, Fust l3i«trict— Carpen ter (l> ). :U.4B'.t ; Reed (X). 29 129 ; Andrews (P), l.:;7D; BtHott (vj.), 705. For State BjarJ vi Iv):ia!:z»iion, Secmd District — Alorehr.me (If.) 20 326; Cru^ch^r (D.), !'.». --33J; Ureeo ()' ), (W5 ; McConnell ( J.), 103. Police Cocbt.— The foi'owiiig bu.-inecs was transacted iv the Police Court yesterday : John Kennedy, b%tt;ry, continued to Decem ber 23 : ; Mri. Ke..nedj-, s»me as preceding ; Louie- Kavanavg?, drunk, piatdad guilty and lined 510; John Cats, druck. deposit for feiied ; .Mrs. Davic, battery, jury demanded md OMB coiitintiei to December 221; Mr^. Mi'.'.er, bittfry, coniicued to December 22J ; Chattel Wii^h% drunk, discharged; Joseph 1 Soto, ini«(iemea:sor, pleaded guilty «ud judg 'ae.it deferred to December 19 h ; James l.'uly, diunk, pleaded gailty and fined $3. Eoard ok Scpervisoks.— The Board of Supervisors met in regular pessioo yesterday. PliMl WBtgg, B!tir, Butler, Christy. A ' resolution wss ja<!?d agreeing to stll the | Pavi'.ion and donate the proceeds to the State j ARricul'.ur»l S^cieiy, on c indition that the Society do treet another suitable building in Sacrimenti). Oae of the horses known as ths cham-Kttng horjes having di»d Supervisor Butler wss directed to purchase another. ; Btvaral claitas were allowed under a scspen- j »U>n of the ru!e», »ft«r which tbe Board took j & recess until 10 A m. to-day. *m From cow until n»xt year, H. G. May &. OX, ot tbe FuUon Market, Fifth and X JreeU, »li havi tho finest display of tnrkerp, i R eete, chick-;us, ducks and market produce in ! the city. • French Dolls, tid-civered, with un break»!>trt heads aal husir.n hair. I'ricw from 50 ceats la §2 10, at Kod Home. * Prizes valned at f ,-oai 10 cents to $10 given to every K'.sil vvs!; |«uioi)a«»r of $2 i.O wn-th of toys or holiday at ABnMOdV. N>. ■- ■■ J e'.ie;*. • JUDGE OBHBOB RETIRES. Hon. T. B. HcFarland Elb Successor— A Handsome Prt sent — The Fresentatlon Speech and the Eeclplent s Reply. Yesterday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock the Supetior Court rf Sacramento county uss called to order. It wai generally known that Hod. T. B McFarland had received the ap pointment as Superior Judge, to succeed Hon. S. C. l>_r.n>:i, and nearly s!l tbe attorceys who prac'-ice in the Court were present, be sides a cumber of spectators. Judge Dinson introduced Mr. McFirland to the memben cf the Ear, acd bjspeks for his successor the same kiadne^s ar.d courtesy which had always been shown to h : m. Judge McF»rlaod then officially sunonaced that Hon. S. C. Denson had reigned hii> effiee as JudfLe of that Court, and that he had been appointed and commit sioned by the Governor of the S'.ate to fill tho v&cancy occasioned by the rcti.-r&tion, and ot&ted that he would now aesumfl tli<> du ties of the offica. At this point Hon. Grove L. Johnson inue, *:;d on bebalf of the mem bers of tbe Bar ef Sacramento county pre sented the retiring Judge with a very hai.d earae table set of solM siiyer. It coneisted of a dcz;a each of knives, fork?, tablespoons and tesspoocs with elegantly carved hr.ndle? and a s^up ladle lined with cold, the whole encased hy a beautiful natin-lioed plu«h case. On making the presentation, Mr. Johnson s;>. ke ts follows : » May it please ihe Court : To speak well of a per son in pleasant alike to te utterer and hearer of the words. To s;^»k well sf an officer is pleasant bo t hi jt c who have been under his control and c >n soliui; t j him tired from faithful labor. To be able to spc-ak well of a private servant (jrat fics emploj-er and employe both, to be able truthfully to speak well of and to a public s rrin! is sxsaedtngly pleas ant to the people, cbeerin? to the recipient ol the lancrua(;e and nißpirinir to other officers of tlia gtv. em nent. When to deserved nords r*f ccnniendati n for personal service can be added thjse of onerited praise for cffieial conduct, the pli-asue becomes a joy seldom equaled. Aud when to these intrredi ents can be ailitd the warmth of friendship fur the man and genuine admiration for his qualities • f head and heart, the occasion becomes a red litter day indeed in the hintorv of our livts. Such a time is thin Jud^e Denson, my brethren of the Bar l.aye 1,-ivcn me the proud and pleasant thnuzh difficult privilege of voicing their feeling's towards y-m, Bir, tt this hour of fair vo'untuy retirement from the Bench, and have commissioned me to present tj you in their name atokf n of their regard. It is ih seven years siuce the voters of the Sixth Ju iieial District of the State <f California, com prisini; tl.c- oOOBHm of Volo and Sacramento, called you, Samuel O. Denson, to act as the District Jud^e cf that Judicial Diairict. It is now three y«*n einco, under 'he provisions of uur new Constitution, tbe vote™ of Sacramento county repeated tluir eat and made )uu one of the Superior Judges if tiiis a Duty. Tat se\eu yesn the properties, tlie persons and the liv.:s of our penp c have beea daily brougLt before your Court far ai!jjdicaticu by you upon their diverse aud conflicting interests. For that pjri.il cf time our profusion of the Ijiw, the D!O3t a Mting and critical of all known to man, bas w;,t;hej your cjurse and reviewed your decia ; i.iis. For that period the whole people "of Sacnmci.t ■ city and county lave known you almost intimately because the prominence of your station h;.s served to direct the eves of all upon jou and your actions and speech. For these long yearn we lawyers hive met y.iu in frequent converse in caily trials of trivial and important c^-es. In talk and actioc as a man, aa a lawjer aud as a Jud^-e havo we known mid viewed you, and our unanimous verdic". of seven 5 ears' acquaintance I now express in saying that wo resptct, aJtnire and coteem you in each and ail if thi se relations of life. The exalted position of a Jndire ineviUVy brirga into prominence all th* quilitics ct a man— tSose of evil, if he has them, us »ell as those of eocd-and proves a crucial test of the inner fibers of hij men tal and m< ral nature. The practcally unrestrained I>ower invested in a Judge, his lull control of mat ters submitted to him and of persons appearing and a-.t tic; 9 practicii.g in bis Couit, all tend to foster in a weak man exaggerated and disa^ne-ble id^as of his own importance., and in »n unprincipled man cjrrupt notions of self aitgrandiz.ment. He who can serve in a hitfli judicial position without forßog the stirrings of pa»eion and ambition mu>t be either le s or itreater thaa nntn, vthile he who in thit place rules and controls himself and his pissioii', writes l:ia name in the hearts of hia countryman as one to be imitated, loved and revered. Of you, sir, we can and do most truly say that ycu have borne as an honest man should the elec tric and Bea-cUing light of a people's vision as well as the toward outturning of your bfßco and it) power, sad that your OWMt as a lodft b»« DUt tx r.ipliflea !n a Usjbsf decree those cifta of integrity and indu try, ttiose acquirements ot stuiy and learcing, and those pure principles of h'.ait and practices, of life, that niAile you ri-Bpectel as a map, honored as a citizen, faithful as a mend and renowned as <» lawjer, tr" assuming the ermine oi the Bracfa. Uniform courtesy towuds the hm, uniform kmd.uss towards thesui'.o.-s in your Court, miTuyißf ail'nerence to the rii-ht as you understood it, and ouwannll g fi !elity to the teachings of the »i eat m» .ters of jurieprudenoe, have characterized ynir entire term of official servic. tl.ar in the sanadaUoD if your ruling* an I decisions, without pride, yit preserving due dignity, >ou h»veado:n..i the Bercli ff t;ie cajiital city of the State «nd proved yon mil a most vrorthy successor of thr^sc Jndni »ho oeenplad that seat befr.re you and a bright example to thoSD who may follovi- you. Of you and your service as Judge the who!* people of Sacriment:> cjnnty are proud. The younger mem bers ot our prnftaslou will miss you, for to tfaoaa you have ever been more a friend and atlvUt r thin a Judge- smoothing with ahle an 1 unerring hind th.it most difficult of all undcruikinirs, the trial by tliini of his first cisc, and aiding, though not unduly, the efforts iA those whose years of practice were yet to be numbered, and whose strength was an unlih.uvn quavtt^y Bra to thenwelves. While DO doubt in lour successor the- wiil meet the same kindness, ytt viur memory wiil ever bo green in the trnjitions of the law students of S-ic r«ment)«sa Judge always helpful to a younc law yer. The older men- the Ulysses ard Nestor* of our frutcrnity— will remember with pleaa'.Te Qm days passed in •• legal combat" before you, for you hive ireatid all with great politeness and that deference duo a^e and txp- rience, and h»vc Mfu . increased but always cougbt to lighten their cares. Physicians ttll us tl:at tbe huaan bi>dy chaiiges itself entirely in the r. r.rtc of eeren years, and wlul« it is the same person, yet tiia.t it 13 in all pi jnical rc-pec^ a new man. You, sir, have passed flt-ven years in the service of the people of Batnasoßt 1 cmntyns Jud^'e of their hurheat local Court, and thote Feven years, while rehabilitating your body, havo not clniigel voj either in mind or he irt, save to increase your capacity for good, to enlarge your learning, will* elevating your character us amau and a Judge. To-day, in IS3?, Samuel C. Ds s?n— a rrw man physically— is the same morally m in 1878, with his reputation as a man untarnished, and as a Jud;r>> most britiiart; bis heart beating responsive to truth, bia ir.ind richi r and stronger than ever, while his will Lnd power for jrond are greater than at any timo in his life, and give promise of a g>Uen harvest of good deeds in the future. We rejoice in your successful adrninift'ation of your great trust ; we congratulate you and yours upon the bright bistory you have made a priceless tsgaqr to those dear children that greet you at your borne: we sorrow at losing you from your lon? --a'jeuptorfled post of duty, and be? j'ou to accept this silvor tet a.» a faint but Ullllg expression of our • Section and (stocm. May your days be long in the laud ; may you prosper in private atat&M ; may you ever be with vi as our counselor ami friend, if no. as our ■'<: !.,-. We receive you again into " the ranks," and, ono and all, we pray that the happy consciouwe-'s that now so truly fills your heart, of having during the p.ist Feveu years done your duty to your manhood, yo'ir profession, your office «nd your country, nu evrr attend you through life, making your days happy and >our dreams ; < v rf'ii. Farewell, Judt-e Denfon. Welcome, lawyer Den son. Accept, friend Denson, this testimonial from tbe Bar of Sacrumtnt", ail of whom are your friends and well-wishers. In reply Mr. Denson said : Hay it please the Court and Gentlemen of the Bar : I tcnrcely know what I can ssy in response to the very II it*,ering remarks that have been inide hy Mr. f llwmin on behalf <>( tbe Bar, and I do not Kn-'iv linir t> thank vju for the hjnb complinient . you have piid me aitd the beautiful prcavstJiMl have tendered me. 1 mm not well to-day, i ..in Bufftrin^' from nervous prostration, succeeding long and continued exertion U> close up my official labors. I hivu just beer. notiScd that something was to be done 1 knew not what — and that has tended to KtlUttonal nervousness. A few nmmtuts >»o f was informed that my presence would be desired here, as Bomi-thi 1 . tz was to be done. I sufpcct?d wir"itl.inc, but not ol any df fi'iite character, s.'tliat I am not t-reparcd to make any r-.tuirt.* thit will i-e at all ilr t in^' or suitable on this <ic<u-ioq To say tiiat I feel rlittcTjil. to say that I feel proud, t> siy that I feel honored, sounds t.ime. Such words aro cntire'y inadcquite to express the feelings that well up in mv heat. If 1 have deserved h*]f the ondt that yor.r kind and llittcrintr address ascribes t : > me, then j it.dcwl mn 1 hippy. 1 ha\L> trie 1 1 jmm V"U fi h fully. Tial 1 have committed errors frequently I know, and you know, and I woild not have been humin i! 1 bad not. Bat I r.m-t say t'ui<: Th:it wi.h the many t-h >rt cmingi wliicb are attendant on commen bumatiity, this Bar has baaa kind and courteous to me fur \ cars, and it h;s ever doii" me the honor ai.d creJit to a?cril)e them to mistakei made fr»m human weakiie-s ratlier tb;n frun a:<y de-ire to do wronir. 1 believe tint the uwrm'.'si frii.iid.-hip exists between us. Upon my part Ikn >n it exifts. Il.ere is 1.0 set of men iv Iks worid tiwards wlmai I enttrtain warmer and kindlier feelings than 1 do tunnis the Birof Sacrixeato, and I hope it will be our gojd fortune to remain tot-ether as incmbsrs of thit much-abiueu tbou^h valuable fruttraity for years and years t»> e<inv\ Oentlemen, 1 will not attempt to make further re milks in n:y prvsent condition, but 1 wi:l simply say from tbc'bJttoui of my htart, I thank you. Tho r tiiirjft Ju-l^e, S. O. Densoa, wai elected District Junga in November, 1876, and elected as Superior Judge at tbe hi • t eUciion a£t»r ths adoption of the now Oem- Ktitati n. Us will enter into goceral practica at once. Judge McFutland ia or.c of the beat known * attorneys in Sncraroeuto county, cud the ap- I pciutnuut general satiffaction among ! the mombers of the bar of this ccutitv. lie I was District Judge of Nevada ivod Phcer couritieß fur mx years previous to 1871 1 , tinea which time he has been practicing at the bir. Ye<tcH»y af.ernoon W'io. J. Divis w;s appointed to ertcceeii ti ; .ms>lf »3 official Court j reporter cf ths Superior Court. * HiTk you seen tts« hand69me washable dotti which ars »->ld for $1 at Ackerman's ! c'osiitg-ont tale I If not. call at once, as they j are cisappeuicg very Imt; $2 U tho pries asked for them by othVr reiUi'E. * Tot Wagons, the lirgi'st &nl choices', \W.e \ in the city, at way down prices, at George D. j Alimoud'* eewicg machine devo*., No. SO6 J : street. • Do Not Fail to Tia.t th« Shoe I>3p>rt- | mput of tbe ReJ Housa for ficc shoe* tor ths ; holiday s. * Bi&rrriFCLLT c'laio'i triph plated caster: i »nly ?;: JS 2.., II ra and «t, at Ackerm»ii'.< j clcaitg-cut eal', \>£J J oticfet. * COKOISE LOCALS. Seventy immigrant passeDgers will arrive this afternoon. It is stated that Snrveyor-General-«=Uct Wiiley has offered thefojosition of Cnief D p uty to Edward Twitchell, of this city. William Kriogle has been declared insane, and will be taken to the Napa Insane Asy lum U-day by Deputy Sheriff J. J. Orn. W. C. Goode, a salesman with Huntington, Hopkins & Co., fell from a step-ladder ytster dry and broke some of tbe bones in his heal. There has been a change iv the bigit of the Sacramento river cf two iachec, and last evetirg it marked 8 feet 8 inches above low water mark. The funeral of the late Georpe P. lUeul, Postmaster at Freeport. took pluci Suuday, under the auspices of Owosso Tribe of Bed Men, acd was largely attended. The cost bill of the contested flection cape, recently decided in the Superior Cf.urt, will amount to only about $120, nearly all the at torn€y»' and witness' fees having been waived. The commencement exercirea of the Sacra mento Seminary will take plice at tbe As sembly chambers this evening, beginnicg at 8 o'clock. The -public ara invited to attend. Philip Herzog, a well-known citiz?n and late candidate for the offise of Sheriff of this county, ia confiued to bU hojsc and undsr the care of physicians fjr mental derange ment. The twenty-ninth annual Christmas bill of the Sacramento Turn Verein wi:l be held at their hall en Monday evenicg. December s:h. The annual Christmas treo will be one of the f-satures of the evening. Two boys, named James Duffey and Itus -B>y Uaoeman, were erres?ed yesterday by officer Jackson, aid charged with tha petty larceiy of some pock«t knives which ware !ak-n from the Btore of Mr?. Fucha a faw days ego. Several of the knives were recov ered. Tbe c jal-oil ordinance, which w»s !a'd ever oce wee k at the last meeting of the B;ard of City Trustees, was paEsed yesterday. The cases which were taken to tho Superior Conrt on appeil huve been di-missed. AH tiis par ties that were convicted ia the Police Court, excepting the representative < f Scofhl J k Tevin, have heen granted a license under the n w ordinance. Court Ccpitol, Ancient Order of F-rtslerg, elected iaet evening the following offbers for the ensuing term: R. N. McLecnac, Chief Racgtr; Grove L. Johnson, Sub. Chief Kiuger ; K. L-wice, Treasurer ; J. J. Fount ain, Financial Secretary ; O. N. Croukiie, Recording Secretary ; Walter Parkinson, Senior Woodward ; Gsorge L. Schafer, Ju nior Woodward ; Hugo Kuh), Senior Beadle; 15. F. Campbell, Junior Bead'e ; Henry Longton. Thomas Bromly and Taomas Ha mer, Trustees. Metropslitas Theater.— sl. B. Leavitt's all star specialty compasy are ancour-ccd to appear at the Metropoiitan Theater this evenicg, and a!»o to-morrow ma'inee and evening and Thursday evening. The cooi sany ia innc.unced to consist of all stars of ths first magnitule. Reserved seats cm bs secured at tne theater without oxt:a charge. The members of the company are among the p*esetgers to arrivo on tha overland train t i . morning. Frfe Library Report.— The following is the report of the Sacramento Free Library for the week ending December lCth : Number of bwk* issued, 854; fiction, 051 ; biography, 23 ; history. 31 ; travel-, 39 ; miscellaneous literature, 53 ; religion, 3 ; poetry and drama, 23 ; seiencs and art, 31 ; j.ercentaee of K:tion, 70. Average number hsu-id per day, 132. Auction Today.— Bell & Co., auc: ioneerf, will hold their regular sale to day at thsir sa'.9-rooai on J street, rear Tenth. Walnut bedroom furniture, Biu-se's c.irptts, hi'thea s-oves and furniture, and a larga assortment if crocket y, g'.asß, tin and wo^denware, are am.ng the artie'ea to bs sold. Sale com aeucis at the usual hiur. tOC.At AND PERSONAL. J. S'cM. Shaftcr, of Marin county, was in the city yesterday. W. L. Woods, of San Francis.-o, cime down from Carjon, Nev., yesterday. T. Boynton, of MarysviHe, will nrrivo i>y the Southern Paiific overiand to diy. Gei eral John Eidwel returned to Chico yester day afrernoon from San Francisco. W. U. Chamberliin, of Reno, passed through Hm city yesterday, en route to San Iraoalaoo. Arie. Lathrop came up from San Francisco yes terday, and went to Vina in the afternoon. J. R. Knowlton, Jr., if San Fnincieno, pissed through tbe city yesttnl.iy from Carson, Nev. Hiss Ocrtio Jones, of this city, will spend the win ter with her uncle, Xli l)i unison, in Oakland. N. D. Rideout, PresiJent of the Califnrn : a State Bai k, will arrive bj the overland train ihis morn ing. J. B. llitTifiu and son made a visit to the rrinch known as tbe Norris Grant and relumed home yes terday. 7 he Xipos Club held a sheet and pillow cue parly la»t evening, which was enjoyed very much by tbosj present. The Grover Comedy Company, from New York, will pa»B through this city this morning oa the over land train. W. E Doatt left for Oroviilo on tha afternoon train yesterday, to act as temporary Court Reporter of I. ■' '■ county. M^ri b hig/s and family, who have been visitinsr i:-. Sa.n Francisco for feveral week*, re'.urned tj their bomj at Uij. - sitatlo 1 yesterday. The Heitcrieit Social Ciub have elected officers, as follows: President, H. Uunckel (ru clcc.ed); Vice- Pnnlllilll, C. Phieger ; fc'ccretarv, 11. Fisher (re elected) ; Treasurer, H. Outline (re-elected); >.cr £• liiit-al-Arrns, A. Wiizel ; Director', J. Wiez.l, H. Stobtr, J. Eolier. Arrivals at the Golden Eaglo Hotel Monday, De cember lbth : Mrs. M. A. Alvord, Denver ; G. Stuart Simons, John McConibe, Charles If. Carter. William Cronan, C. A. Grow, S. T. Crbas. J. P. Eisenbaeh, J. G. Wall, J. K. C. Hobs, Sin rranenco ; P. H. Me Grew, Win. McGSelvrav, Oakland ; J K. Krick, Berke ley ; J. C. Myir, Plsasanton ; P. C. Hale, city. The officers of tho Niti mil Guard will give a crand dinner at tha Baldwin Howl, Sin Frauci.-c \ ths evening in honor of Governor Perkins. The Governor aud Adjutant-General Sheebau went :o San Francicco yesterday, and to day General Tozer, Colonel T. W. Sheehan, Majjr P. J. Harncy. Major D. M. Burn?, Hsjoc \V. C. V*n Fleet and oihern will co down, General Cxdwaladcr and Btaff, of Red Bluff, will be pre»nt. State House Hotel arrivals: L. Wjman. Lyman Rosers, G. W. Uanking, DR. Brownell, R. H. Lee, San Francisco: S. M. Webster, A. E. Webster, Qfiohr Flat ; p. Ilagerty.Tim Hagerty, Marysville ; Francis (j'M:ira, Live Oak ; L. Hunting on, Tahie City ; J. Buckncr, Isaac Freemao, I.lk Grove ; H. ttatlbaqL W. A Ladd, E. J. Bickley, Wra. Fry, Jimfs Andeißon, N. Archer, A. Kiuir, Franklin; li. Burt, Mi-iM.C. Burt, AmaJor City"; R. Birken fijld, Arno Statiou ; O. B. McGnnnev. H. H. Wil son, sutter county ; Sperrv Dye, Walnut Grove ; B. W. Wildtr, Tern Grimehaw, Waiter Briaiaaaw, CofUiunes; W. W. Hoyt, Diamond Springs; John Arrow, B;irgs Station ; J.ihn Lowell, Sicniricnt-j O'.imty ; Ben. Bmsu Sam McKrthan, Courtiand ; J. 11. Bickfordand wife, Newcastle; J. J. Ccimtr, W. F. Aleel, l(o=eviil^. SUPiEIOE COUKT. MoNtiAV, l>ecemt>er IS, !Si-. Dtrtaaamm Two- McFiKuxi., Judgi>. Cur.isvf. H^ilbron-Ordered that defendant re cover cst«. Marjrarct Keeler vs. J. C. Atwo<;d— Demurrer overruled : fifteen daya to answer. Kstite rf Jane Mullens, deceased— rttiii in to re cover eecheated estate continued for hasting for one witk. Estate of J F. Mctzar, deceased— Petition for ill-' r ;u: ;.:i arsued and submitted! Ks'.a'.B of John P. Decker, debased — Hearine t f petition of Johu Glindk :mp for letters of admiuis trat.on continued for one IPBak. The Teople v.«. V. il. B ank et al.— Appeal dii- T'laad vs. Heilbron— Demurrer overruled ; ten j dars to answer. Estate of Samuel Eickcr, deceased— CjLtinucd for one week. Creditors vs. S. Borktein— Petition far order of Judic:»tion heard and order gtßßfcso*. Bamy T. Curtis ts. Adolph Heilbron— Cause eet for tri3l January 2ith. Duffy v>. Duffy— Continued to December IMb. !>hertmrn & Smith vs. Frank Swiit — Continued for ono «cck. Estate of Michael Murray, deceased- -Hearing of petition for tiual isettlement continued for one week. Emma Carter vs. James Carter— Continued for f»ne wee'e. Wilaon vs. Wilson— Cost bi : l rctaxed by striking out the sun of $U, witness fee?. M. A. Cross vs. :utcrameiit3 B^nk— Continued one week. W. T. WiUcn vs E. M. Wilson— Plaintiff al'owcd five days to nuke amendtccuts to staUment on mo tion fora new Mai. Evert Christmas Hnntingt-.c, Uopkics & Co. present each of their employes with a turkey, using in all over f^rty. They are to he supplied this year by H. G. May & Co., Futtou Market, Fif:h acd X streets. • Dolls in great variety at AUmond'a, N >. SCti J streat. Some tligbtly damaged at half tbe usu»l pris". • Finest se'ect : ..>a of tr>yb and holiday goods in the city at George I>. Allmond'*, No. 80C •i s'reet. • Best quality triple plated teaspoon* only 52 tO psr dcziu ; tablespoons er forks cf tbe same qu»lity, only s*» - _'O par dcz:n at Acker- I mari's cSosiog-ont sale. * Tot wagons and doll buggies are offered 25 per eect. under the regular price at AcVer m»n's clasiag-oat sale, C£> J street * I Fisk Ci.othx.no for the holidays at Ked : Home. • For vises and motto cu;u acd jaucer*. 1 c'j9*teit,Ko to George D. Allmoud, No. 880 ; J street. • _ Cheslet's Maple Kcm, with Tele, v nx ; rivaled for coughs acd coldp. * • Dolls asd Tota at Rid House. • PACIFIC SLOPE. < Cbmrce of Mnnslausliii-r Dltmlucd— En toirriinnl of Ibe MtnilMv Uw la Pen dlcton, «r.— Buld Kobbery In Arizona- Sadden Dfalh at Astoria— Xvrrl I'edes- Irlan t'auleitt— Etc. [SPXCIAL DISi-ATCUKS TO TEX RECORD- CKloa.] « AI.IIO I'M A. Charge «.f Hanslaagbler DlsniUHed. San Francisco, Decsmber 18*h. — The charge c! mirulanghtcr pieferred apaics^ J. CUusan, etuinesr of the train which ran over and killed a man named Freeman *>m 9 diys f>g.\ was dismissed to-d..y in tha Police Court. It appeared that the shocking acci dent was tl.e remit of Freeman's rashne&i and temerity, and entirely beyond the pjsver of the engineer to avert. C jmp'rle FxoarraliSß— Tbr Lxriupta. San Fbahcisco, December l<s;h. — Charges having b.-en preferred against the Chief of Police oi Oakland to the effect that ha had attempted to levy blackmail ugainst a house of iil-rcpute, a thorough investigation of the matter was made totiisht by the Mayor and Council. Tee result, cf the investigation was ti.e complete exectration of tha Chief by a u;:auiai:-u3 vote. A meeting of the Kierr.pt Firs Company was held to-night, when the Board of Trus tees presented ita annual report. From the report it appears that 12.757 SO has been paid to widows of deceased members : Suls to orphans ; $350 to sick members ; fuceral ex penses, SCO. The funds of tha Association are rapidly increasing. .\ovel Fedestrlan Contest Proposed. Nevada, December lt<;h. — A novel pedea trian ojuteat id talked of here, aud will prob ably take i I n- ■ Wednesday evening, between C. A. Harriman, ths champion walker, aud twenty well-known citizens of tbi* place. The r;c3 is for twenty mile?. Harriman wi!l go the entire CHtacc?, wlile his adversaries travel one mile each — a new maa conaup on at the ecti of every mile. The winning side takes t!ie gate money, no stakes being up on the contebt. It is a (jo-as-you-piswe matcb. SEWJMEXIfO. Mlalng Company Rolibed. Loel)?jh!rg, December ls;h.— From a Clif ton (Arizona) special it in learned that three wall-dressed maeked men to-day entered the office of the Detroit Copper Minine Company at Moreacia, fonr iuilea couth of Clifton, and demandedof W. Church, the Superintend ent, and bii brother, to open the safe, at the same time presenting their six-shooters. The safe was opened, and about $150 taken by the robbers. A package containing $5,000 was overlooked by them. They are Bu^poaed to bj the saiuo men who robbed Norton &. Stew ar-'ii store at Willcox, Ariz 'ta, a few davß ago. HMM the Ecrcnt Flood* Skull C'rnshrd-Sad flrn I'ctili of a *tfUDl<thlp In-ii.tir. Portland, December 18th.— Id Beaton coanty the recent rains carried away six wagon I ridges. The loss to tbe county ia about SI. 000. The piirate losses in lojryiag camps and (sawmills was very considerable. Jtlf Pimpion, a l.'Rgef, aged 21, was killed by falling from a log on the Luckiaumte riv»r, tear Kiog's valley, Ben ton cjunty, Tuesday. His skull was "mulled, aad doath was icsiantaaeuus. Pa'ruk Keancll. eecond assistant engineer of the steaojahip Oregor>, dropped dead while the Vif3el was Ivicg at Astoria yesterday. The Sunday law Enforced. Pjmpletok, Pecember 18th.— The Grand Jury of Umatilla county to-day indicted e\ery c'e.-l-r iv Pendleton for violation of the Suaday hw. All pleaded guilty, and were tio.d §10 each end costs. TRAKcFERS OF REAI. E6TAT2. Sati rday, December JO, ISS2. December IS- Fr&nk Miller ami P. llcrz ( to Raphael Levy -Lot 4, bloc* bounde.l l«y J and X, Fourth Mid Fi'tb streets, city ; iiT.OOO. M'ixmay, December la, lsiC. Peecn.!« r IS- Raphael Levy to Fran!; Miller— Lot 4, block bounded by J and X, Fourth »!id Fifth streets, city ; $27, 00 P. lVccmber 1"S -Catherine SUninn to Mary D. Grace— Lot 4, block bounded bjr II and I, Tweuty flibt and Twenty second streets, city ; tSOO. Thikteen-ol.nce ffckcl-plated tsble kaiveß only IS 40 ptr dozen at Acktiriuau'a, 689 J. * Beautiful line of Christmas cirJi at AU monci'u, No, 806 J etreet. * Silk acd hce handkerchiefs for the holidays st Ked House. • MARRIED. Sacramento, P?cember 18 -By Her. T. H. Ii Arder son, D. D., Thomaj D. Uultfield to Amanda 8. M»pel. (!>Tocirilg. San Francisco and Missouri papers please copy.) Sacramento, December 18— By Hey. T. S. Dunn, Charles Trou«ht to Catharine E. Mahou, both o[ Sutter county. Woodland, December 1:J- J. C. Albertson to Mary H. irmuil. Yuba City, December 10— Andy Schanck to Laura E. Ashurst. DIED. Sicramento, Ecccmbcr IS— May, daughter of Jotm 11. and Barbira Martin, a native of California, C years, 7 mo;.ths tmJ 13 days. I Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, which will take place from the residence of parents, Seventeenth street, be tween M and V, this forenoon at 10 o"c!ock.J Sacramento, December 18— David C, son of David F. and f. E. Strickland, a native of California. (San Francisco paperj please copy.) (Friends and acquaintances are rcv|iectfully invited tn attend the funeral, which will take place from the residence of parents, X street, between Thir teenth and Fourteenth, this af-.ernoon at 2 o'clock. 1 Sacramento, December 17- Marjaret Foster, of Sl.uke Hidge, Amador county, 05 yea.-c. (Remains will be sent to Shake Kidc;e today for in. terment.J Sacramento, December 1(1 -Morris Lamb. Tremont, Solaoo county, November 25— Mary H. Maxwell, a native o( California, 21 years, C months and 10 daya. Tremont, Solano county, December 10— Dawd Car michael, a native of Scjtland, 54 years. (Chico papers please copy). Near GaU, December 9— George W. Wristen. 22 year-, 8 months and 19 days. Nc»r Gait, December 11— Dillard K. Wristen, 10 years, 8 months and 9 dajs. Near Oalt, December 10 -Martha A. 11. Crammer, 25 years, 3 months and 7 days. Marysville, Decembtr 15— Edward McCormick, 64 >(.are, 11 months and 18 days. Opl.ir Hill, Ml Grass Valley, December 19— James Koestur, 52 years. Woodland, Decembtr 11— Alfred Hevcl, 2 years, 11 months and 3 days. FOR SALE, A Dairy Farm Of '•• arm, with gonil Dwrltjnc.nnr and a linlf stories hiith ; a lanre B.irn, itxlll ; tm ill Bsrn, 2fxlO ; tfood Orcharil ; Email Vineyard ; 50 acres sown to Alfalfa aud Ked Clove- ; can bo id ircasM to 100 acres ; p!»ce is well timbered. In. eluded with place are 19 head of Cattle, 6 Horses and S V/fg ...n«, lot uf Hogs, all Funning Tools, llay I'resiei!, etc. — also— Good SVB:!k Route In the flonrl-hl/iK town of Pljmoatb. whicn is »t a iily incrcasinc ; situaterl within oae mile aui a hill of PljnijUth, Ac^ador cjunty. WE WILL EXCHAXGE 8»m» *^r>- <!r»lr»b!y Inratrd < If y Proprrtj for a ranch of 1,000 acres or more. i WE HAVE A PI BmtSFB FOX A TRACT •F ni'llCllllli FAEBI.\£ IMk Fur t Djr information of the above apply to SWEETSER & ALSIP, T^-Ti j%l TTj X3IST3C 4L7738 INSURANCE AGENTS, No. 1315 Fourth street, EKTirSUI J i-,D U, BI(K.E£.U«. CHMQED DAILY FOB igCHANICS' STO^, Weinstock & Lubin. E AJ'LI »_*_.: i~ifTTTJY~:Tf: T": TT :T ':" :T : iTiirrrt fTTTTT TUESBA V, DECEMBER 19, 1882. BACKAXESTO TEHPEBATrBE EYE3T4 OF TOE DAY. Temperattjrk Yesterday : „„, , _ '~* Battle of 1813. Highest, 58 Lowest, 48 •^—^ Sun Rises 7-11 a. m IEMPSBATTIIB COERESPONDISO DAT, 1881 : Sun Sets, 4 : 44 p. M Moon Rises i : 53 PM ' Highest, 54 Moon Souths, " 7.5s r ji' Lowest. 33 Day's Length, 9h. 33ain'. For the week commencing MONDAY, December 18th, our Stores will remain open until 8 o'clock in the evening, for the accommo dation of HOLIDAY PUROHASEKS. Of Interest to Parents I Gifts from Parents to Children: Fancy Boots, Holiday Hats, Small Trunks, \ Infants' Caps, Turbans and Caps, \ Slates, Slippers, Cloaks, Dress Remnants, Knives, Blouse Suits, \ Gossamer Circulars, Napkin Rings, Drawing Sets, School Shawls, j Bows, Jewelry. School Shoes. Of Interest to Men. Gifts Suitable fo? Men to Make Ladies : Lace Ties, Perfumes, Kid Gloves, Fichus, Purses, Slippers, Dress Patterns, Bonnets, Diaries, 1883. Opera Glasses, Silk Ties, Dressing Trunks, Cloaks and Wraps, Autograph Albums, Fans, Silk Handkerchiefs, Table Linens, Piano Covers, Bracelets, Lace Curtains, Vases, Stereoscopes, Pins and Ear-rings. Box Handkerchiefs, SILVER-PLATED TABLEWARE. Of Interest to Ladies. G.frs Suitable for Ladies to Make Gentlemen : Embroid'ed Slippers, Opera Glasses, Sleeve-buttons, \ Pocket Books, Silk Handkerchiefs, , Overcoats, Fine Pipes, Collars and Cuffs, Valises, Gloves, Neckwear, Razors, Fi n e Ha ts, Suspen ders, 1-2-doz. White Shirts, Studs, Colognes, \ Microscopes, Chain and Lockets, ' Business Suits. Of Interest to Children. FOR FATHER: FOR MOTHER: Slippers, Fancy Papeterie, Smokers 9 Articles, \ Silk and Lace Ties, Cutlery, Fans, Blacking Cases, Plush Satchels, Neckties, Jewelry, j Perfumery, Albums, Purses, Bread Knives, Account Books, Stereoscopes, \Handkerc7iiefs. House Slippers. MECHANICS' STORE, Nos. 400, 402, 404, 406, 408 X st, Sacramento. MISCELLANEOUS. UfPORTEK» AJK» DEAXEKS IS WINES AND LIQUORS, Nos. 1016 and 1018 Second street, between J and X, Sacramento. WATCDJIAItER ASD JI'TTELtK, I2S J ST., BET. SZCOTO sod Tt> tStB X] .*^ r ? < * Icr la WATCHK3, JKWELRY ATO) DIAMONDS. Repairing lc « its tamchos a •«t>ec »il faiporter, Hanofai-tTirer, WTio!cs.ve »na ReUll Dedlor in every deucriDUon oJ FUENITUEE andBEDDING J" - Gr. DA~VIS~, NO. 411 X STREET, SACRAMENTO, y&yL WUOLE3ALE ASD liKTA 'L DEALER IN PARLOR. BED AND DISISO- '^■^S^ FURNITUEE and CARPETS LATEST I'ATTEKNS «F LIVOLEI M A\O OIL CLOTHS ALSO. A LARCE AiiS mn OF CIUTAIXS, SHADES, IOR.MCES, ETC. Conntry Or.lrrn Solicited, and Bail.farlton «oarant»t<l. o?0- NE\^T4OLTbITY ~~COO"D8l Just Arrived at G£o. D. ALLMOSD'S Sewing Machine Depot 806 J st • LADIES' AND GENTS' FUR TOP GLOVES, PLUSH LIMiD \ND WITH P VTENT SPRWci Fa..ten, rir . Elc^art line of S:ik Handkerchfeh, from £, ce..Ti to 82 :£0 ic"h Friend crrif-o^ and New \ear'u Cirds-the largest aseortmeot ever broucht to tbis c'H -price" from lOmte to £ a r TOYS of all kinds. F.ncy Cv,> 9 and taM) fr,,m » ceui. to J2 53 et ch Wca D™! S J?££ etc. Sow I- Ilie lime to bay. v ktle O'erjibloc 1- nc« «ud rrr^Bnit price* uri low I GEORGE D. ALLMOVD. NO. SC6 J STREET. THE FINEST ASSORTMENT OF CELLULOID DRESSING CASKS, COLOGNE Bottlw, Ptr'uaiery, Wall Packatl fcr Hair Brushes aud Combs ■ Odur P'X , SS ■ Ca=es, CtlluloiJ and Plush Hiudmirrcrs, etc., „«>• %■*s& \j AND PSIOES TH X LOWEST IN THE CITY. /J -a.n: •aMTJEVE-JS* I>3=€.Tr«3S- STOBB, J^'-*l rORWF.R TK<TH A>i> J STBI'f.TO. . > k 4 , tt 4 ♦,» >TO ' BARGAINS FINE STATUARY! BARGAINS — a — FINE HOLIDAY GIFTS! BARGAINS IN TOYS! TOTS! BARGAINS PL AT£D-W ARE ! BARGAINS In ChinawaroS BARGAINS In Glassware! AT THE GRAND CLOSING-OUT SALE OF Ackerman & Go., Nos. 629 and 631 J street, Sacramento. g ~SJ.P." SLATER, Sttor.fsL J. J. Spieker | DRUGS.! N ° RTH *^H" I "" ItAwatches, jswelry! f silverware, ETc.Ei AND LOWEST PRICES, CAN BE FOUND AT J. HYSIAX. Jr., Xo. 5C(> J street, Sacramento. Cah BEFORE PURCHASING HOLIDAY PRESENTS IS TDE examinelellts stock ! Fresh from the Manufacturers, selected with great care, COMPLETE Ifd ALL RESPECTS! Watches and Diamonds! Largest and Best Assorted Stock Ever Imported. SAfVfUEL JELLY, No. 422 J street, between Fourth ai?d Fifth (south side), Sacramento. dIS IpU ' i:.\ J.LI-.H AXD A'.J- l:l( * • Breech-Loading Shotguns, Winchester Rifles, Hunters' Supplies, — FOnJSALI «T-^ HOPKINS ft CO., *.ACH«m:.vT» A.:» baji vnistaco. AGENTS FOR CALIFORNIA AUD HAZARD ; Powder Companies USSR CA'S-LOABS mm* «^SsBB^orXETrFr«XlHar.lnstarU.nn t lFourißr-:>»«l,to»rrlrc^f*-^ M^W COl ilatl'SQ OK FIXE PARLOR AND B'JDROOM ST.TP, IN GREAT VAEIStTY.~ALIO Q S'.n-^1« Piec:«", Ud !irn-, et<-. W. D. COMSTOCK, Cor. Fifth and X streets. ««,» TO MY OLD PA? ROWS. I STILL OFFER MY VALUABLE SERVICTS IF you urs so unfortunate ns to rt>|2'rr them. With a mind mature l and enriched by siuc''cs of an advanced or '.kt, 1 can safely «ay that there is hirdly a discaee in the catnh-gue cf l:utnun ilia tUiO I can* not treat to a succ&esf'.'.l isaue. LAME; -I am always ready to assist yoi. Mr ptjit krcnvled^o has been increased by ixt.aßiw eiperieHt"!. jin now able to treat you v. ith the certaint? of succes9. No case peculi-ir to ]r«B deli cate organism is beyond my Bure control. My Fetr.i'lc Monthly Medicines are superior to ary offtroj heretofore, and »ii! be warreii'.ca ;o have tba d>»ircd effect in all caoes. Those of the public w ho need my jerdecs cth de pend upon irentlemanly, honorable and scientific treatment at reasonable rates. I address particularly those who hava Ken n- Jnrcd by y<-;:t fu! indisoretionfl, and those vsh* have contracted local dikersea Persons afilie'ed can, if lh»y prefer, con;u!t tae by letter, fictailincr the «va ptoms of tui -l.^use or trouS'.e, and receive mcd'.duc by express, with full instrneti' -ns. All lett-ere must be directs] to J. H. JOSSELYX, U. 1)., 226 S-uf.tr stie»t, -Jr^i irranas co, CaL Cure wam.ited in \H caM9, of no pay reiuTrwJ. Conaultatiunii, personally (.r by Itlt-r, irratis. £jni tot book. f.'.,-ufi,rtal-ie a;-art"..eir < .' >r peticnto at my Infirmary (when dun nil), with exptriancej nurses. Consultation Parlor*. 228 Sutter street, a/ljoicla the Taaas Hen's Christian Association BuiUiwg. Office hoars — From Si. ». tie r. m. Mf !•>•'!■ '•!•! !::sn^. In n;j . I'J'T, Purchase u.y Esiav o:i Phydioij)rj' and M^rrtags Fur sale by all newsdealers. J. U. JOKHEI.VS, Sf . D. )v?-3plai PIKE & YOUN'Q. /IAHRIAOEMAM.'I?ACTtfR- „_ . \J en, comer of Fourth anj s-g£;Z*Ji? , L Btrsfltß, Eacrtoiecto, h*ve co : I^T s■** ' b«id the largest atsfrla.cr.to* * tf' " .■::\'r: Carrtaffia. Warroca »rd Bi;«ic« to to i>«Uid In Sasra lutlo. which thi>7 vlil sd! at sin It," ritm.