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OAIX-f "fIBCOKD BE___-TO_l-TII.-NO. M6S. i
m .OAiIY RECORD-iINIOiH.
Entered at tile Pus*. OlS—ai Sacramento as second class matter
PUBLISHED BY THE
Sacramento Publishing Co.
Pabtlea—on Office, Third St., bet. J and K.
THE DAILY RCCORD.UMO*«
It published ovary day of the week. Sundays excepted.
For one year (C 00
For six months. 3 so
For throe months 2 00
Subscribers served by Carrier, at Fifteen
Cists per week. In all Interior clclea and towns the
l*iieT can be had of the principal Periodic— Dealers,
Newsmen and Agents.
Advertising Kates In Dally Kecord-Tnl lon.
One -Square, 1 time $1 00
One Square, 2 times. 1 75
One Square, 3 time* 2 50
Each addition— time 50
„ lWeek. 2 Weeks. 1 Month
Hilf Square, Ist page $2 50 $3 50 $5 00
I— lf Square, 2d page 350 600 300
Half Square 3d page 3 00 4 50 800
Half Square 4th page 2 00 3 00 4 00
One Square, Ist page 350 5 00 700
One Square, — page 500 700 10 00
Cue Square, 3d page 4 00 6 00 8 00
One Square, 4th page 3 00 4 00 6 00
Star Notices, to follow rea diuE matter, twenty-five
cc cts a line for each insertion.
Advertisement!! of ,-;it-,:t.ti. ma Wanted, Houses to Let,
Society Meetings, etc, of five lines or less, will bo
ctorted in the D.mi.v UEixmrz-L'sioN as follows :
One time 25 cents
•Three oca 50 centa
One week 75 cant?
Seven words to constitute a line.
THK KIH-.LV INlOl"
— the cheapest and most desirable Home, News and
Literary Journal published ou the Pa— ie coa-t.
Terms. One Year $2 CO
-" Weekly Union Advertising Bale.*).
Half Square, 1 time 41 00
Each additional time 50
One Square, 1 time 2 (-0
Each additional time 1 00
WANTED, LOST AND FOUND.
ASTCrttSMMBfei of five lines In —Is dopar— tent are
— sr-t d ir.- "a oosta tor one time ; tint-- vliac- tor CO
: sats cr J5 chats **-3» weer.
WAKTED-A FIRST-CLASS SKIRT-MAKER.
Ijy7-3t| WEINSTOCK k LUBIN.
LOST— JCLY 'm, GOING FROM FRONT AND
1* streets to Second and N streets, lower part of
a Black and Gold Enameled Earring, with three
£t—il Pearls ret cios3ways. The finder will be liber-
ally rewarded by leaving it at 221 N street. jy7 lw*
LOST-FIVE DOLL— IS REWARD. t-__~
A — and Tan Terrifr Slut. Two X3K'—!
front -feet white ; white on breast ; a^J^^^i
brown spot over each eye ; name, " Nellie Gray.* 1
Last seen near Railroad Shops and Depot, June 30th.
Return to PHILIP DOUGLAS, at Railroad Shops,
and get above reward. A. V. ANDERSON, Black's
Station, Yolo county, California. jit; it
ANTED-ENERGETIC CANVASSERS XOT
WANTED— ENERGETIC CANVASSERS NOT
afraid of work and hot weather, to canvass
this city, Salary, $10 per week. Adcre— A. J., this
offico. ' jy46f
OUR NEW HOUSEHOLD MANUAL-SOME
agents sell to every family. Bend $1 BO for
—outfit. Addrese, WM. QARRETSON & CO., 629
*^Wasliington street, San Franciso, Cal. j>4-lw
WANTED— A FIIt*>T*CLASS BARBER AT 509
X street. } jyli-tfl JAS. MURPHY.
LOST— ABOUT, APRIL 20nt, SILVER BUTTER-
dinh, " Cordelia ** engraved on cover. Finder
will be suitably rewarded by leaving at this office. -
jy'l-lw"
WANTED.
Ij-"HBEE CARPENTERS, $3 PER DAY; 15 MEN
1 to thresh, wages ?-2 to ■*-! per day ; also 9 men to
head, $2 per day ; a blacksmith's helper; 3 men to
cook for threshers, S2 per day ; " milker.--, 535 ; also,
b waiters, 533 to -i 1; men to team, $35 : a cheese -
maker, $40 ; rtal le hand?, $"5 to "10. Female : 20
women for house woik for the city and country,
£12 to 3— per month ; also, girls for various other
work. Ao 1) to HOUSTON .'c CO., Employment
Office, Fourth and K. Sacramento. Jel3lptf
• ' s__^____^_^-wrr^r m^'^ i r--~
"I fl fl aa, m «MPi gj or Canvcs— ri«r
I 111 D ITI H° ntr,t Froe. -s* o
l BS vt 1 IP gt» 9io per ,la at
I B0 111 & MB Hhoiue or traveling. .
a-___g_____E l_a__ B-_a
Address, FAMILY -URHAIBT fl OPa \/g
PU3I!SKIfiC Gil., '33 ClajH I II " Mll BE
street, SUSfilt— l— o, r ! *L |J!I^JMM|SaB
__■__■__■■■____■____■■■_____■ ESsiE_----s___-_ a
TO LET OB FOB BALE.
jaUvertioeiik_-<iW of fi-ro i!nas la this dc-pwtm^r.o a m
■-■:- : J ■■-! for S-j centa tor •me tiirt© ; _\r&a t_r:i*j-* fat 53
■onAi or 75 e«.*uU pa wco_
mO LET -TWO PLEASANT FURNISHED
| room-*-, suitable for mm and wife to co boose
kiuping-. Apply at IWO Seventh street, between _7
and O. j.7-l-w*_
TO LEASE FOR A TERM OF YEARS.- THE
City Hotel-, co_tiiuin{r iOO Rooms and Bar-
room, X street, between Third and fourth — the sa-
loon furnished. The furniture of the hotel will be
Bold an a whole or by valuation. Apply to P. CON-
LAN, on the premise*. je2Ctf
A FARM FOR SALE.
A FINE SUMMER RESOHT-
CONTAINING NINE HUN- * y***-V[— v>
dred and sixty aires, six gjSgjiW*' «
hundred valley and three hundred Kjj2f^S^Q.
and bixty timber lands, compna* ; ' ££j£ *^*S**-
ing the beautiful and picturesque - ■ r ~ l ""
valley known as " Boar Valley," at the headwaters
of Bear liver, some 5,000 feet abeve the level of the
sea ; eighty-five mild east of Sacramento, on C. P.
R. It , and about one mile northwest from Emi-
grant Gap ; approachable from Emigrant Gap and
Alt— For salubrity cf climate, pure water, rich-
ness of Eoil and magnificent scenery it has not a
superior in California. The cereals and grasses,
such as Kentucky blue eras-, timothy, red-top and
clover, do admirably welL Bear river, a beautiful
stream, courses through its entire length every day
in the year, abounding in trout, the whole valley
susceptible of irrigation if needs be, and one of the
finest summer resorts in the State, with an impos-
ing dwelling, complete in all its appointments, to-
gether with all necessary outhouses.
Term?, *1«,0C0, half cash, remainder one and two
years, with mterent. Apply to James Divies, on
the farm, or J. B. Chir m, Emigrant Gap, Placer
county, Cal. iyC^m*
LATEST SENSATION I
THE WELL-SELECTED MILLINERY STOCK
of TICE & CLEMENTS, including the fixtures,
is now offered for salo below cost. Ladies, call and
See for yourselves. This sale is genuine Object,
retiring from bus— jyl-lplm
MONEY TO LO£N
OK HEAL ESTATE, AT A LOW EATS OF IN-
ton**, by PETF.K DOHL t— J s»reet. JelC-tl
HAR-HiV GIJITAi&S !
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF MARTIN GUI
TARS , all sizes, -.tin be found at
1.. — . Uamiurr's, s-.'o J street.
Also, Drums, from ti up ; Banjos, Flutes, Fifes,
Acordcons, ate. Ask for the best Italian four-
length E string's. We keep only the Best Strings.
/ '.•- ' :'..-:■'.. mVlplm . ' ' " ■ '
WILCOX & WHITE ORGANS
P— at WARE ROOMS OF—
I_. K. Hammer,
So. s :• J street. Maer-imoato.
its* Sold on the Installment plan. Orders for
TOINQ aptly attended to. jeSO-lplm
■ .a da GRIFFITHS,
1 PENRYN
3W &EAIITEWOEKS
SiS •"'j PEXB-C. At.
"___3y _3_ k ri rtTTP. BEST VARIETY ASK
' t^3^s^_ _. Largest Quarries -J the
a^-^p.. — "TPaoifie Coast. Polished Granite
_onu__tsj TomSston— and Tablets maco to order.
a-*fir— iit« BBlldlos Btoao -Tot, Dressed
AU* Pr.ilahtxl "» artier --n-luflm
BLACK DIAMOND mM
AND S3RE-WING9-
— rem — EOTZ mat KKOWBT superior
' I "llOST"; DIABLO COAL, the —03 i economies'
that am bo B— <l tsr st—-, ta for sale in lots to suit.
atßtaVa i)ls»ena landing. Centra Costs county,
aid a? fc* office d_n Ooispacy, aoutheaet oorrer
of FolaoM ts£ "Jeer BW***' 5 - &»» Fran— »o. I
ox tw« «_-iT" p. B CORNWALL,
; fl .s -- • President B. D. C. M. Co. j
SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
£-,171.3, SE-BS AND PBODUOE
S. U— SER. 8. OKRBO—
S- GERSON & CO.,
I**J ENERAL COMMISSION MERCHAST3, AND
'Vi Dealers in
Imported cud ome-.tic Fruits, Vegeta-
ble!. Vats, Etc., .
MO. 220 J STR£ST.»
Between Second and Third, Sacramento, jr'-'m
Somsthing Hew— -Atlantic Market,
NO. 725 J STREET-C. L. CHRIS- ft "•
HANSON (late of Pacific Market) n Oit
has opened t'l-- ab-jve. place, where he^^CT**^-
will con*— keep on hand all kinds vP~rJj**ir
of Fruits, Vegetables, Poultry, Fish, _jv-.li
Butter, Eggs, etc. Hebasrcadearrjns;e*^uife.j*?-=^
ments to receive these articles fresh every day. je— -tf
wm. m. Lt.os. w. a. anus.
LYON & CURTIS
(Successors to WM. _ LYON",
COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS IN
Produce, VcgetabUa end rrull-.
We carry a full htock of Potr*-?s, Beans, liuter,
Eirgs, Cheese, Poultry, Nuts, f .-., Alfalfa Seed,
etc, and fill orders at i-.-.-.-.t-. it - ■ «. » -f--
Sf.s. 117. 119 »n«l 133 J »..-«*et. jcii-'.-'f
|T_ _ » S g _» '_■»£* B— _* !n*i -Pis
j_,_*__a_v_?xoaiT 1 .
HAVING REMOVED TO MOP.!" COMMODIOUS
premises, we have enlarged our stock, We
offer you choice Apples, free from worms, Lemons,
Limes, Oranges Dried Fruits, Nuts, Dates, Canned
Goods, etc., at v r\- low prices.
" .'■!. T. BREWEIt k CO.,
1000 to 1010 Second street, between J and X, Sac-
ramento -__ l _
' H. G. MAY & CO..
PROPRIETORS OF FULTON MARKET, 423
and 430 X St., comer Fifth, Sacramento, Caf.
Wholesale dealers in Butter, Egn Produce, Fruit,
Fish, Game, Tropical Fruits and Poultry. Country
orders promptly filled. Postoffiee Box 437. je'2o-tl
RI'GRNB J. GREOORT. C. C. BARNES. FRANK GREQORT.
GREGORY, BARNES & CO.
Successors to Gregory & Co.),
BTos. 136 un«l I2S J Street,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN PRODUCE AND
Fruit. Full stocks of Potatoes, Vegetables,
Green and Dried Fruits, Beans, Alfalfa, Batter,
Eggs, Cheese, Poultry, etc., always on hand. Orders
filled at lowest rates." ' *el2-U
D. DE3ER-VARD! & CO,,
303 and 310 X Street,
BA.CB*jiE-rre,
Commission Merchants and Dealers in
Hotter, F.;-gs. I'nallry. Fish and (ic*ncr»l
Produce. — All order*, largo or small, will
receive pro.: attention. jell-lm
V. Ii STRONS. F. E. 11.-irr. SOFT. WILLIAMSON
V*/ R. STRONG Si CO.,
— — Wholesale Dealers in— —
<-Kl'..r.\ _VD*I»EIEO VI- 1 IT and i;ES!'-l,
Pit OODCK,
J and FRONT STREETS ....SACRAMENTO, CAL.
a7-t,f
amamwmmmmwmwaamwaaammmmmmma mmmmmmammamaam amamm a
LAGER BIER, SAXQOSS, ETC.
rWKERSTIOU~IS
tt--» -JCrrf f<-"2 -fCSi
__» Si. J. JsSM — Cs*- ;
OS DCACSHT, AT
GRUHLER'S SALOON,
No. 522 J street- [USO lplm' Sacramento.
"the ~jumbo v "
"I i'iOi) FIFTH STREET, BETWEEN J AND
JLvf/W ii X— Finest live Cent erSaloou in the
city, Bert hrand3 of Wines, Lii|iiirs and Citf.irs. A
handsome Uilliaid snd Poo! Parlor alt tched. Alfo
Club Rooms. tee Lunch everyday. Call and team.'.
je2^-lru L. ALLXAMiEB, Proprietor.
Ffeflßric_B.arg Beer Hall,
NO. 525 X STREET, NORTH SIDE, BETWEEN
11( Fifth and Sixth, FRED. WAGEB, Proprietor.
The Genuine Frcdcricksburir Ceer, nice and cool, at
live cents. Fine Lunch every day. jt9-
COLUMBUS BREWERY,
SOUTHWEST CORNER SIXTEENTH ,«-t-~E~*6»
and X streets, CHRIST. WAHL.^fe^f,
Proprietor. A good supply of excellent XS_ S
Beer always on hand, and sold at current rates.
City and country orders eolicitel and promptly at-
tended to, with a liberal discount. Beer delivered
to any part of the city or at depot free of charge.
•jy :■ je2s-lplm
SAORAEVIENTO
3_ME&Ka- , w7 , j__a»"sr !J
P. SOHELD, Proprietor.
yflti\ y^M-.
Mi M ism-Wffi&![
ttifi I 1 '' -'■ -V ■■?■ &^Jr-4
I"^**J*,l»~s~ "~<x:.--^.-»v^- i;-*"* .
Beer delivered to all parts i i town free of charge.
5-Ct— lon Kegs, for I'umlls Tse, a Specialty.
Country orders promptly filled, and delivered at
wharf and depot, without drayasre. P.O. BoxAlT.
COR. TWcNTY-EICHTH AkD M STS. SACRAMENTO
■ ' ■■ J---1-* «
CAPITAL BREWERY,
NORTHEAST COPSES TWELFTH ANO I STREETS,
KEBTfi at mCAZ-VB, Proprietors.
A GOOD QCALTTY OF Bt_S Air jg|_^n
ways on hind and sold at cvr r_ tj-jM^y}
rates. tS Country orders and trade so- jfc__r-*l
licited and promptly attended to, with a liberal die-
count. Beer delivered to any part of city or depot
free of charge. Families supplied.
Address PostofDce Box 205. m— lplm
johntTstoll;
No. 61C X street, I&C—uneato, Cat,
Manufacturer • » Importer of a
of Mexican and Select Stock of
California Sad- *-^«^_ Saddlery Hard-
die*. . i-fS^S^W-. ware.
Large variety Est/ TVB T~T "
of Side Saddles, KS VV± Robes and
including . MM( \\\ BUnketg '
proved. lm- lm V^l \ ,. Summer .-- , P 9
proved. m I \V \ "ummerUps
'" „ -. Ha it. (large variety)
Collars of MM F-P"-3
every kind. MS If: j Baggy Whips
Stoll's Patent h^lH [' ' (all kinds).
Collar is the \_« £■-_■/
best in the *S*,' £&£/ Saddle Cloths.
Xi S "^^ _T Patent
— . 35 *-ali^ _■ ratent
Harness of . Leather of
every kind. every kind.
And a complete stock of everything in this business.
<_* Goods and Price* are guaranteed. *~_
Price Lilt rnrnisic-I.
P O. Box M. Jel-lplm "
COAL OiL STOVES.
_^_S- All SIZES fa?. COOKING OR RLQR
■■Bn USE. Send for Circular and Prices.
fcM&Jtn-Vlli:£Tt& _ CO., 17 New Mont- I
"feS'j^S^ ir-— st? «t— et, San Franc—:-). jeZ!4ptt j
SACRAMENTO, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1883.
rtUiJCiJ-3 hliU i«J:ii.*:„i».u.O-_t.;„i-
-• --'. oJ •.-' aiS: •
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL,
IBS 320. 322, 324, 326 X STREET, BETWEEN
Third and Fourth, Sacramento.
GIV3 ME A CALL-THIS OLD AND WELL-
known house has just been thoroughly reno-
vated throughout. MEALS, — cents. BOARD per
week, $1. BOARD AND LODGING per week, $5
to $10. A lice Bar. Best of Liquors and Cigars.
W. W. WADE, Proprietor
IS. Having been a farmer in Sacramento county
for over twenty years, I would like to have farmers
give me a call. Hotel is but two blocks from the
depot. Street cars pass --very fire minutes. J) B I pif
UNION HOTEL.
SECOND AND I" STREETS, SACRAMENTO,
i/-J Cal. Kor.ms 50 cents and 81 p r day. Special
rates by the month. Billi iris, choice liquors and
cLr.re. Hot lunch o'aily from 11 a M. to 2P. U.
W. C. (*'-K>_")BOWSI_,
j^l-4 lm Proprietor.
HOWARD HO!_A_,DCOLD
MINERAL SP.9INGS.
Lake Oounty - - - California.
ALL LI-FAS: _ RELIEVED kjc&i'-'^
and cured by —ri-ikit.gr and Jft-yj-gBl*.""
batning in the waters of these i^iCSj^-
celtbra *.ed Springs. Female di.i &ljj£>si£&£r
eases, fever and -tu.-, an.! alt '■"■' ~ T i 1-— -"
complaints arising Loji a diseased condition of the
liver, a specialty.
Hotel accommodations sri first-class in every par-
ticular. Board, Room and Bath, ilO to $12 per
week. Children under 10 years, $5 ; over 10 years,
~7. Route : Take morning train from San Fran-
cisco or Sacramento for Calistogi. From there W.
F. Fisher's Staff— will convey passengers to Lower
Lake on Monday, Wednesday _ d Friday, and to
Glenbrook on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday of
each week, at which points connections are made
by the Howard SpiiDjrs stage.
"For further parti.-— address
MRS. CAROLINE UeISCII.
Proprietress of Howard Sj.ri •_-?, Lower Lake, Lake
county, California. je!10-tf
PUTNAM HOUSE-,
AUBURN, CAL., WILL BE a >wi,t— n--\
reopened June 19th. This ggfeSsW ** .'S
*.. rand well-known house will JBj SSclß***l— -
be kept in first-class style. Theßj.— 'ffPßWlh-
salubrious and healthful climate^ 1^ ' ts— i— -
makes it a general and favorite resort. Term" rea-
sonable. Only best quality of Liquors, Wines and
Cigars. Billiards free to guests. Free Omnibus,
-lplm [». C." A. J. DRYNAN, Manager.
McEINKSY'S HOUSE,
LAKK TAHOE, SUGAR PIVE a >m--—
__. ' Point— By far the best f imily &^Sf^J_
resort on Lake '.'shoe. . Com ST^ '
cottages for touris-tl. lio.-n M^*'S____~'
and Lodging by the webk, Sl2 . I- > --r-iilrlv^^
the day, Si. Reduced rates for children. Boats
furnished guest free of charge, -O-'ni
ALLEN SPRINGS,
Lata County - - - California.
THIS BEAUTIFUL AND POP- 4 *;-^.
• ular Resort is now .-pen for ~----"j-h
the Summer. M"i"'-S3>*&
Tha waters of the3c Springs (five JM-JJJ-?^ V"j_*-
in number) are noted for their^-**-'" -— ~. «-—
wonderful medicinal properties. Invalids, and
pleasure-seekers will find this a delightful place 10
spend the hot summer months. Good hunting and
fine trout E„ ing.
BAT— s-83 per day. Board from $10 to
"fir." pes* Mee—. '<_—
Special arranirements made for families. Neat
Cabins for campers from $2 to So per week. ." •;•
Sts-res connect daily at Williams, Col county,
with the Springs, arriving the jnir.e day. The trip
is very pleasant. Postal, Telegraphic and Express
facilities. Address
J**-. P. BAIUSY,
jet-tf Allen's Springs, Lake county, Cal.
~- ' - ulyvi ~ '-iirfrrfrS?3i—
Baß_ga___« - ltT ri«*-~" ~>"~~^Ui-'r^'j rf -^^
QOLOEN _^GL_ HOTEU
Corner Seventh and — Streets,!
tsr STF?:CTLY r;PST-CLASB 1 "aa
FREE BUS TO AKD FROM THE CARS,
m 3O-ly JANES ■— 1 1MB—, Proprietor.
a_w __aa_a— ><■ ■ __ _ — ■ ■— r<w_M«B— ——■_—>
DEMISTS-,
"flr. TF*ttO">,
DENTIST, QUD.'N*3 BUILDING, -rf_J£_v
northeast corner Fourth and J ( Tl~sifclsSi
streets. Artificial Teeth Inserted on all '*-UjXEu'
bases. Improved Liquid Nitrot— On. 1 ** Gas for
pain!.-.-.-? extraction of teeth. je-.'5-tf
BBS. RKEVTEK „ SOlT.'lVi
DENTISTS, SOUTHWEST SB^S_S_
of Seventh Mid J streets, in Bryte's j^-^^^arS
new building, upstairs 1 ceth extracted,'*^—.' j— 7
without pain, by the use of improved Liquid Nitrous
Oxide Gas. •!_ jol-Mpl—
BBM9TCD,
DR. F. M SHIELDS, DENTIST, I _!!■!_
to No. E25 J street, between t'i'th.JS^SS
and Sixth, where he will be pleased to c— '*<t4jj!Er
his friends. j*:l6-tf
,f..-;~:.r t". H. FIE— ;.-:w-.'
DENTIST, -5 J ST_E— T, BETWEEN^SMMa,
Fourth and Fifth, Sacramento. Arti-ffi!iS**"S
ficial Teeth inserted on God, Vulcanite^U-CILST
andallbis-s. Nitrous Oxide or Laughing Gas ad-
ministered f.ir pain extraction of teeth, jel4-lm
DB. T. B. -l—D,
DENTIST, NO. CO5 J STREET. iij^Mj^
Sacramento, California. "4_P""Q=iȣt^a
3TAR MILLS At-'ti MALT HOUSE-
XCI-OUKG — I—Ut-,
VrOi. 60. 52 AND St FIFTH ST., SACRAMENTC,
_% daala— i-J Produce and Erewrrs' Supplies, Mac-
Qfacturors of —alt and all kinds of Meals ; Oatmeal,
~crn*r-:-J, Cracked Wheat, Graham Flour, Buck-
wheat Flour, etc. New Grain Bags tor sale. Agents
or Buckeye Flour Mills, Mtfvavfll*: (<-' ' -In
METROPOLITAN MARKET.
CONRAD SCHEPP, DEALER '- v '-^ye"-Hn^»
I'rcsh Meats uf every descrip- {r*J3»r^3
tion. southwest comer of Twelfth
and E streets, Sacramento. By rea- ■ ■" -ii
son of not belonging to the Butchers' Union I am
enabled to sell the very best of all kinds of fresh
meats lower than any other market in the city.
Highest cash price paid for all kinds of stock, aud
the lame sold wholesale and retail at the lowest
market rate". 'yfMptf
DR. WON YORK OF7ERS HIS SERVICES AS
as a Physician and Surgeon to tbe citizens of
bacramento. He has bad 22 years' experience as
such in China, and 16 months in San Francisco.
His office is in SAN LING. STORE, No. 528, south
Bide of J street, between Fifth and Sixth, Sacra-
mento, Cal. jell 4plm
WATEK.IIO_ SE & LESTER,
— IMPORTERS or— : :
*"B<t7'-^c3r-_*._sr 3_.-_r__c___.ii_a
AND CABEIAGS TSI--IKG3,
Son. 70S and TIO J street, Gaerainente.
Nos. 16 to 2-2 Beal e stmt, San Francisco.
No. 159 Front street Qyl-tfl New York.
Lessons in Modern Languages
/"■IYEN BY THE UNDERSIGNED AT HIS
residence, No. 1115 Eighth street. German,
French, and Spanish. Conversational lessons alone,
if desired ta2ltf] E. KEMEN.
FORTUNE. TILLING
READING OF THE PAST. PRESENT
and future. MRS. I. C. ANDREWS, theaCJ'*
well-known Fortune-Teller and Clairvoyant, *•
Seventh street, between G and H, next door to
A. — . E. Church, with diagnoses on all diseases.
Information given on business, love, courtship and
marnage. ~ • Jedlm
E3NER BROS.,
I— POETESS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
TOffiES AND Ll-jrOl-.
Nos. 116 and 113 X street, bet Frost an" Second,
• Sacramento.
—gents far the Celebrated
Poamaery&Qreno Ohampagne
'e_-lpl_ .
CHANGED DAILY FOB THE BED HOUSE.
jy^^^__-^/v/
FOR ONE WEEK!
FOR ONE WEEK !
w;; . si; ., : Oh ON t 'WEEK!
SALE TO COMMENCE
WEDNESDAY, JULY 11th.
BEING ABOUT TO DISCONTINUE THE TKADE
UNION,
WE WILL THIS WEE-, . ©!« WEDNESDAY, •FFKK
Dry Goods,
Fancy Goods,
Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
9K9-9' '
Furnishing Goods,
Millinery Goods; ||| |
la fact, all the iiaes contained in our stores, at TKADE
UXIIfN PRICES, and, in many instances, less.
BELOW WE PRESENT TO YOU A PARTIAL LIST OP
REDUCTIONS :
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Black Silks, now selling at 35 cents ; formerly 50 cents.
Black Silks -grain), extra-heavy, 85 cents ; formerly
$1.
Black Silks, 95 cents ; formerly $1 10.
Brocaded Silks, 35 cents ; formerly 50 cents.
Colored Silks, 65 cents ; formerly 95 cents.
Cashmeres, in all new shades, 52 1-2 cents ; formerly 75
cents.
Shoodas, in new shades, 48 inches wide, 85 cents ; formerly
$1. |
Lace Buntings, 5 cents ; formerly 15 cents.
Also, Buntings in new shades, at 17 1-2 cents ; formerly
25 cents.
All-silk and Wool Brocades, 37 1-2 cents ; formerly 75
cents.
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Neat Worsted Plaids, 17 cents ; formerly 25 cents.
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FILL LIME OF
BROCADED AND PLAIN WORSTED DRESS GOODS,.
LININGS AND TRIMMINGS, 9;9 t^il
' GINGHAMS, SHEETINGS, TICKINGS, DENIMS;
COLORED AND WHITE CANTON FLANNELS,
CURTAIN LACE. PIQUE ;
TABLE LINENS, NAPKINS, CRASH;
TOWELS, BEDSPREADS, CASSIMERE3 ;
SHEETINGS, MUSLINS. BLANKETS'
QUILTS, COMFORTS ;
LATEST STYLE 4-4 PERCALE **. (Dark and Light);
CALICOES, WINDOW SHADES; 999;
CLOAKS, SHAWLS AND LINEN DUSTERS."
LADIES' UNDERWEAR I
Corsets, Stockings, Ribbons, Soaps, Perfumery, Laces, Handkerchiefs,
. and all articles in the Fancy Goods Department,
IST ALL THESE ARTICLES ABOVE-MENTIONED WILL BE SOLD AT
AND LESS THAN TRADE UNION PRICES.
IN OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
WE- HAVE REDUCED SEVERAL LINES OF HATS TO ONE-HALF THEIR
ORIGINAL PRICE.
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— Tim BALE WELL COM MEICE WEDXESMY, -JULY lllh, _KD CON-
TIXCE FOB CM* WEBS', AXD WILL EMBRACE GOOD" M ALL OF Ol f.
SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS.
_E&JESX> SCS "CT__l__l I
Nos. 714 and 716 J street, and 713 and 715 Oak' Avenue.
C. H. GILMAN, Proprietor.
MISO£LL_I*I£QUS.
NO BEST BAY OS xj-;„r.
In th Fall qI 1575 my Bufferings were terrible.
I was swollen to such proportions that I feared my
limbs would burst. I had the best medical talent
obtainable, and at the worst stage of my illness,
when try husband and n.any friends had given me
up to die, the late Dr. John Woodbury made a
thorough examination of my water, and pronounced
my case acute kidney disease, bordering on Bri^ht's
disease, and accompanied by gravel, and recom-
mended the immediate use of Hunt's Remedy. At
this time I »*as sufferin-; most terrible pain in my
back, limbs and head, and could find no rtst day or
night for weeks, and 1 was growing weaker daily
until this kind physician ordered me to take Hunt's
Remedy. Before king half cf one bottle I com-
mence ! to improve, and alter taking six bottles was
entirely cured. This was nearly eight years ago,
and I have had no return of the di— as •*. I have
recommended Hunt's Remedy to others in similar
cases, and it has never failed to cure. I have alio
used it for sick headache, and frund it a sure relief.
I think it the best medicine made, and cheerfully
recommend it to all. MKS. W. H. STILSO**".
No. 10 Tyler street, Boston, Mass.
April 1?, 1888.
A WELL-KSOWN MAN.
Hunt's Remedy having been recommended to
me for kidney anl liver complaints, I purchased
some at the " People's Pru,- tore," and used it in
my faajily, and found it to be a very valuable medi-
cine, and I glad))* recommend it highly to my friends,
knowing it to be bent filial to those troubled with
kidney or liver disease.
Respectfully yours,
ELISHA IvOV-iE,
April 14, 1883. 63 G street South, Boston, Mass.
9"A \ LAST Si t.Ml'Atri'BK 2.
I have used Hunt's Remedy for the kidney com-
plaint, and, having been fully restored to health by
its use, I can testify to its value.
Daily 1 recommend it to some one of my friends,
all of whom I know have been benefited by its ute.
Gratefully, GEO. P. COX.
Maiden, Kin., A^il 23, 1553. i.(i -lv-MWF&wly
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Ah MtfUfif-l*-!
U-jfllyMCK!
That's a common expres-
sion and has a world of
meaning. How much suf-
fering is summed up in it.
The singular thing about
it is, that pain in the back
9. is occasioned by so many
things. May be caused by
kidney disease, liver com-
/p laint, consumption, cold,
;/... rtieumatism,dyspepsia,over-
-£ work, nervous debility, &c.
Whatever the cause, don't
neglect it. Something is
... wrong and needs prompt
attention. No medicine has
yet been discovered that
will so quickly and surely
cure such diseases as
Brown's Iron Bitters, and
it does this by commencing
at the foundation, and mak-
ing the blood pure and rich.
Wm. P. Marshal!, of Logans-
port, Indiana.write : "My wife
lias for many years been trou-
bled from pain in her back
and general debility incident
to her sex. She has taken one
bottle of Brown's Iron fitters,
and I can truthfully say that
she has been so much benefited
that she pronounces it the '
only remedy of many medi-
cines she has tried.''
Leading physicians and
clergymen use and recom-
;. mend Brown's Iron Bit-
ters. It has cured others
suffering as you are and it
will cure you. r
More Druggists Recommend
Wi star's Balsam of Wild
Cherry:
HARRY WILLIAMS, Greenville, Cal, says:-" I
take ple«>nrc In certify— j[ that W 'STAB'S BAL-
SA* OF WILT* CHEEKY TAKES THE LEAD
of ail remedies for the dangerous and prevalent
diseases of the 1 broat end Lungs, and truly it is
the O^LY REMEDY of which I have heard a
universal pr. ite as to its good in many year.-.' traffic."
F. S. DICKINSON, San Leandro, Cal., write*:
"We know of no article that (rives greater satis-
faction to those who use it, and we do not hesitate
to recommend it."
II AD-ELL & REED, Monterey, Cal. nit— : "Wo
sell. a great deal of "VIST." B.ILB">M OF
~'ILI» C3EKRT. and find It to be a good medi-
cine. We have just received a three I— — lot of It."
B. B HUGUES, Quincy, Cal., says: "It is a
' No. 1' Cough and Cold Cure, ana I have to keep It
in stock all the time."
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FEVER & AGUE PILLS.
RADICAL. AND PERMANENT CURf
FOIt -
1-SIII FEVER Li -II
' AND ALL BILIOUS DISEASES.
MILD, HARMLESS AND SURE.
GELATINE COATED. AGREEABLE TO TAKE.
"■old in Decqgists. Dcrox: 72 -John St., N. ¥
REDINQTON k CO., San Francisco, Agents.
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mi/ Avur fr '"'por***--' i • ""* si. k
tff jH» 'll^j Symplo_jindicatedi— Me,
%^\f JP_— — —_, a continuance, days of suf
9*^l MI V ferine— Death
A —_f —tf Symptoms arc impure
blood, costivcneps, irregulirappeUte, headache, sour
belching sore— M in back, breast and side, heart
pain?, -.-id 'ir.c.--., bad . color to stools and urine, hot
and cold Wl—flOM, ytilr.w skin, --.-i VAYNE'S
PILLS" cure by gently removi'it all corrupt mitter,
regulatte KM nourishing the erttem. Price, —
cents tin stamp--), box of 30 pills ; 6 boxes, *1, at
drurgists or by mail. Address DR. SWAY *.'•■: i
SON, Philadeiphia. Pa. lel-iyM'VF&wly
O. DIt^RSSEN.
WHILES ALE AND RETAIL DEALER I.V
T T ■ Groceries and Provisions of .every descrip-
Hon. : Ssmhew corner of
I~txrn : ASI» , _ .! ftTRCETS.
Goods delivered to Railroad Depot and a'l parts
of the City Free of Clivge. Cata!oga_ sent ..a
re.(vest.. ... * Jel'.-tf -
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SATURDAY'S NEWS.
An Almshouse Burned— TTlfe Murder in
"'iillin'cljjl*!--.— >-:-istrokr*< 111 New York
and Brooklyn— The Ohio Remi.crat'c
Cauip— ed Opened— Bsllroad Accidents
—Yellow Fever Deaths In Cuba— Death
or French Soldiers iv Senegal— Fish— nx
in Ecuador— DUMtt lsfied Stockton 31er
chants— Oregon Flshcrm Browned—
Death Sentence nt Placerv— le—
[COSDKNSATION FROM SP»C— L DISPiTCB_ J
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HOMES— C.
Quiet has been restored at the Ely, Vt., mi ne».
Marie Litta died at Bloom— I in, 111., Saturday.
The treaty of tho United States with Oorca has
been ratified. ..;. ,•■■••,
Henry Brings of Philadelphia murdered his wife
Satuid y 1 i !,t.
John Duncan is on trial at Dcs Moines for stabbing
his wife to death.
The Massachusetts Almshouse at Eridgtwatcr was
burned Saturday.
There were fifty-one cases of sunstroke in Now
York and Brooklyn Saturday.
Sam Hunter was shot dead by Deputy Sheriff
Owens at Sunset, Texas. " ; . •
The New York banks now hold "-8,604,136 in ex
cess of the legal requirement. - -: . ';'
Judge Uoadly opened the Democratic campaign
in Ohio at Hamilton Saturday night.
Tho University of Pennsylvania will make a
scientlfi .* investigation of spiritualism. -
At Orlando, Fla , Archibald B. Newton was con
victed of m.rdeiing Samu .l McMillan.
A portion of a train conveying Cole's circus was
ditched Saturday near Brainard, Minn. ,
Charles H. Bill is considered the dark horse in
the New Hampshire Senatorial contest.
A.J. Blaney has confessed to embezzling 84 1,000
from tie Massachusetts Loan and Trust Company.
Chief Moses lias agreed with the Secretary of the
Interior to —lint*— h his reservation for a consider
ation. ■*.* -•■;- ■■/■
The Alabama planters are very anxious about the
c .tton crops. Ihe worms have appeared to many
places.
Boston men are said to have taken most of the
$2,000,000 new stock of the Oregon Improvement
Con piny.
Senators Harris, Gorman, Harrison and Sherman
are going to Bar Harbor, Me., to revise the rules ol
tin. Senate.
Kellogg gives signs of a guilty conscience by try
ing to break the indictment against him on purely
technic I - .....is.
Not..- h— Leeu given the British Government of
the desire I termination of the fial.c-ry articles of the
Treaty of Washington.
The first consignment 1 f winter wheat arrived in
Chiivo on Friday and hails from Kansas. It in
spected No. i, and weighed s!*i pounds to the
bushel. '
The Yellowstone Park requires to be surveyed
topographically and geologically. "he President
will leave Washington for the Yellowstone on Au
gust l»t.
Abrtham Goldsmith, a veteran pawnbroker of
Chicago, was closed out under an execution Friday.
It is noted as so me— ing unusual in this line of
business.
The third annual session and conclave of the Su
preme Tomple of the Patriarchial Circle occurs in
Chicago on Wednesday, Tuursday and Friday .:"
next week. ;- . -. .-.
The St. mis Globe- rat says : The sensa
tional special dispatch recently sent aboad that
small exi.-t< here loan alarming extent is en
tirely unwarranted
The Tewkabury investigation will occupy two
sessions daily till its close. Governor Butler said
—justice would be done if no argument on the evi
dence v.as pcrmittcj.
The National Exposition building in Denver pre
sents a lively appearance. Exhibitors are busily
engaged in ananging their displays. The flue art
exhibit will be exceptionally fine.
Father Tom— in, the troublesome priest of the
11- 1 Lake reservation, has been captured by the
Indian police, after breaking the doors of his resi
dence, and taken to White Earth.
The Washington wiseacres have concluded to let
Crook have his own way. The Chir^cahuas go on
the San Carlos reservation, but wilt remain under
the control of the War Department.
The President has approved the sentence of the
court-martial of Command— Horatio E. Mullan ol
the lost Athueiot, and he has been dismissed from
the service, to date from tie tj;h of July.
Yellow flags are flying from the steamship City cf
Pueblo, of the Alexandria line, and from the bark
Helen Sands, both ol which arrived at New Y. . '.-.
from Havana on Thursday, and were the. first to he
detained this season.
The City Council of Mound City,' HI., off. "200
for the arr.it and conviction of the leaders of the
mob who lynched Howard at that place on the
-. : -.-'it of the ."th. It also recammeuded tho Gov
ernor to offer a like reward.
The New York 11 ' ere print?, a resu— -, uT the i',;.
asters by sea and land during tbe first six months
of the present Tear, not including events wherein
less than three lives were sacrificed. The lift shows
that nearly 3,000 persons perished.
The Northern Pacific land sales for the year foot
np a grand total of $3,683,019 against 51,079,337 for
the fiscal year ending June SO, US'. The cumber
cf acres sold in 1&--2 was ■:.:.. J >-. The average
price per acre last ear was $3 oil; this year, $4.
Tho east-bound passenger train on tbe New York
and New England road collided with the west
bound freight at Ironstone, Mass., at 8 o'clock Sat
urday morning. Both engines and several cars
were wrecked. It is reported several lives were
lost.
A \Vitertown(Wi9.) special says : Arumor roaches
here that Henry Vac-dyke, formerly Deputy Sheriff
of Jefferson county, and "*", M. Cone were shot in
Dakota a few days since, for jumping claims. Van
slyke always bore a good reputation, but Cone was
notorious. '.-.'-
Anthony Genick, a French squaw-man at the
Santee agency, committed suicide Thursday night
during the absence of his family,' who returned
next morning and found him tie id with a bullet
hole in his bead. He had 87,000 under his pillow
and was worth $30,000.
At Crestcn, lowa, Saturday evening, during an
exhibit.on of fireworks postponed from tin- Fourth,
a tuas-i of rockets were accidentally ignited and
several of them penetrated a plate-glass window in
a store, killing a lad named Mackimer and burning
or cutting thrie other persons.
By the falling of a derrick at Joliet, 111 , Matt
Rogers, John Bloom snd Elmer Loom is were in
stantly killed, and John Abu— D. Conners, A.
B. Dennis, C. A. Walker, David Mcßride, L. B.
Maloy, and a yourg lady who happened to be pass
ing at the time, were seriously but not fatally in
jured. -.'--.;?
Tbe prosecution in architect Hill's case Indicate
an intention to widen the inquiry to six public
buildings, claim to bo able to prove excessive
expenditures in nil of them. They also claim to be
able to show that contracts for large amounts have
been given to some favorite contractors without ad
vertisement for proposals.
roufcD r,
France proposes to issue a 300,C0C,000 franc loan.
The fear of cholera is said to be abating in Great
Britain.
There were 43 deaths from yellow fever in Havana
last week. •""'*•■','■'
The English papers predict that protection is
doomed in America.
De I.esseps Is in London, negotiating for a n>w
Suez cmai Commission.
An Havana Court is investigating the aileyed
fraud i in tbe Spanish Bank.
I The track of the Mexican Central Railroad has
been much injured by storms.
White k Co., lace merchants of Toronto, have as-
; gued, with liabilities at $ 0,000. : -; - :
I— bouchcre las an ther row on his hands, grow
ing out of the Valla— brosa scandal.
The orders for the tailing of the Chinese iron clad
from Stettin have been countermanded.
Twelve of the Irish Bishops were absent from the
meeting in Dublin when State-aided emigration
was or. j 1 sod.
A French column acting in Senegal has been
«ipcd out by the —act icier and the brutality of a
French naval officer.
One hundred and seven deaths f.om cholera oc-*
currcd at Damietta Friday, thirty-nine at lb—
nanb, and sixteen at Samanoul.
A Poatdam dispatch an that Princess Victor'--,
wife of Prince Fiederick William, eldest son of tne
Crown Prince Frederick William, has been delivered
of a son.
The Archbishop of Toronto earnestly calls the at
tention of tbe Catholics of his diocese to Ihe neces
sity of paying the contributions to the support of
the Holy See, known as Peter's Pence.
A dispatch from Guayaquil, via Galveston, says :
There has been heavy Bring all the morning. The
streets are lined with soldiers and no one allowed to
pass. Business houses have ail been closed by order
of Veint.emilla.
Forty American ciders are making a trip
through . the provin cc — Ontario, Canada. At
Goderich, Friday evening, they attracted an
audience of 3,000 persons by seme fancy evolutions
in the streets, and a banquet was given them 111 tbe
Council chamber. They went to Bran! ford to
spend the Sabbath.
France and England made a covenant in 18 TS I •.
to annex New Hebrides. Since then a company of
colonists of New Caledonia have bought several of
those islands and obtained concessions in others, la
order to counteract the covetous designs of Australia
it became necessary to supplement tbe vague cove
nant by according to that 'company rights similar
to tbose grant-— by Great Britain to the tiab
North Borneo Company.
PACIFIC COAST.
Geary won the footr--.ee at Martinez Saturday.
The ran of salmon in the Fraser river began Sat
urday.
William McGuriy fell from a train at Alkali, Or.,
and was killed. >-
Ihe lilu'-stone works at Tombstone were damaged
by fire Saturday. ; -.* « . -. jr. „;
Dr. N. F. Foster, a Cal iforoian of 1813, die in
Victor! «, B. C, Saturday night. ■
"At Busk— v;i,.', „',.-.-., < tar.l.iy, LB. Lea vitt was
thrown from a boras and killed.
Fred Anderson and Peter Nichols, fishermen, w«re
drowned near A— — ta on Friday.
The result* of wheat Unas**-— thus fir show that
the locs to the crop by tbe late ho*. '.veaiEer haj
j ->Ai-f -"-fj--'. al-'-.;*. . _ -?-1 8.
l ¥»-.S-<K SVII- .«•«**>_• v:.
been greatly sat— tat- .In San .' - loin and
Stanislaus counties.
Porter, a Qntrtarmai.ter'i cl-iik in Arizona, has
been oat— in B— ing Government property.
Witherspoon, who attempted rale— l at Los Ange
les some weeks since in a gu— hop, has ieco vercd
and now wants to live.
A scan named Marks, living near Tasajtra Spriugs,
Monterey county, fill from a horse barurday and
one of bis legs was crushed
James K. Page was sentenced at Placervflla Sat
urday by Judge W_l inu to be hung -.. Friday,
August 10ti, for the crinio rf murder.
Charles O'Dom-ol) »-.- run ever near Spokan
Fails. W. T., Saturday, by a train and instantly
ki led. The body was tetri' ly mat gled, and the
head was .nearly severed from til. bo 'v.
An appeal having been takeu at L ■ Angles in
the case of Billy McDowell, sentenced foe murder
ing M'eri* O'Brien, rear Sao Bernardito, he wil
not bo burg on the loth instant, as p-.r sentence.
Stockton merchants are dissatisfied with the
mode of collect'.ir.* county licenses, and are clubbing
together to obtain a legal opinion us to the consti
tutionality of the law. They object to the imposi
tion of $1 Coiiecior's feet on every license issued
quarterly.
In the case of the death of Con-tibli* John bee,
th; Coroner's jury at Dojie Saturday found that
death was caused by wool frcm gnus in tho hands
of other persons as well as Desmond. Kilioe was
wounded seven times by buTlesa, which, wwi n ex
tracted, were found to bo of different sixes.
Two masked men enter. the store of Ban Gold
nan, at Phajaix, A. T., Friday r.ir-ht at 9 o'clock,
and with drawn revolvers ur.l-.r- the proprietor,
his e'erk and cue or two other pond— in the store
to throw up their hands. The de rk was then or
dered to open the safe, which hi did, ..-■ I the con
tents, amounting to about #10, were taken by the
robbers.
SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS.
Tbe Bibby*Ma!docii wrestliu-j- match is
off. *
Marcus B. Mayer accidentally shot him.
eelf on Friday and died Saturday,
The new wharfingers save received
their stars as special police officers.
Treasurer Reis will begin payii on
Monday all outstanding demands agai net
the general fund.
It is believed that Richard —ears fell
overheard from his lishic-r smtck Satur
day, and was drowned.
At the Health Office last week were re
corded 109 deaths, against 84 !bc previous
week, GO being males and 43 females.
A circular showing the modification of
fees in the Custom House service hat been
received by the Collector at this port.
Some fees have been abolished, while
others have been changed.
The California Immigration Association
reports the arrival of 5.742 immigrants
during the month or June, and 909 arrivals
for the week ending Saturday. Daring
tbe past week another cempmy of Ger
mans arrived, and will locate in Sonoma and
Solano counties.
The Pacific Coast Steamship '..piny
has issued orders to the parsers of its
steamers to sell *.!• Kuights Templar trav
eling on their ships tickets as reduced
rates from July let to September 15th.
To bo entitled to reduced tare. Knights
must bare a certificate from the Secretary
of the Triennial Conclave Committee. v '.'.:'
Saturday morning Tax Collector Grady
collected anil paid to Treasurer Reis the
amount owed by the San Francisco Gag
light Company on delinquent taxes for
18S1 -2 and 1882 3, including the State's
portion. The total received by the Treas
urer was §250,480 88, of which amount the
city's portion is $174,291 90 the bs'— ica
belonging to the State The interest
amounted to $8,638 63, _ud the penalty to
$10,211 70.
Charles W. Mitch-. the champion pu
gilist of England and the man who stood
up co well before John L. Suliivsc, Amer
ica's champion, cot many weeks aio, has
made the following sweeping challenge to
glove-fighters of the FAitia Coast-: "I
hereby offer nay man oa tho Pacific coast
$500 to stand before mo four rounds with
gloves, to be governed by ihe Marquis of
(.>uctinibury rules. If 1 knock him out
the firet round will give him $100 ; the sec
ond round, $200 ; the third round, $300 ;
tho fourth round, $400, an 1 if I do not
knock him out will give him $500." This
challenge has been excepted by Harry
Ma;, said, tl s ex-lightweight champion or
this cunts *n< ! he haa goae into aeti*-.
training for the event. .Cw; ;.
In one of the cells in the "Hole-in-the-
Wall," John Hennessey, the ex-veteran
who so cruelly cut the throat of Mrs. Hat
tie Fellows last Friday evening at 632
Howard street, producing snob a wound
that his inoffensive victim died in about
four hours, is confined, awaiting the in.
quest on the body and his examination in
the Police Court before he take* up quar
ters in the County JaiL In appearance
the murderer would pas for a bird-work
ing man, and in conversation he conveys
the impression that he is of a quiet and
orderly disposition, though he hangs his
head as if afraid ta meet the gaze of any
one. As early as 7 o'clock Saturday morn
ing curious people called at the Morgue
and begged to be allowed to look at the re
mains. Many claimed to bo relatives and
friends. Later in the day tho body was
removed from the Morgue proper and
placed in an ice-chest, from which, after
the inquest, it will be removed for the pur
pose of embalming. It will be forwarded
to Auburn, Cal., to be buried by the -rela
tives of deceased.
PACIFIC COAST ITEMS.
Los Angeles county has 200,000 acres in
cereals.
Missoula, M. T., has enjoyed its first
railioad excursion.
Seattle, XV. T.. is excited ever the ap
proaching municipal election.
Counterfeit silver half dollars have been
found in circulation in Red Bluff.
The Kern county Record has disposed of
tho paper and its good will to the Gazette.
George Miller, from Santa Cruz, Col.,
dropped dead of heart disease at Sell wood,
Or., Saturday.
Truckee manifests a great deal of inter
eat over the annml fair of the Eighth
Agricultural District.
The Northern Pacifio cold the first ticket
from Portland to -New York Saturday to
August Goldsmith, of Spokan Kalis.
The schooner yachts Aggie and Nellie
had a lively race across tbe bay from
Ssnta Cruz to Monterey Saturday.' The
Nellie won. . J;
A large number of harvest hands on tbe
ranches in the vicinity of Chico quit the
fields on Tuesday, not being able co work
under the glaring m,
The losses by lire at Portland, Or., dur
ing the six months ending June h were
1211,661; insurance, f 130,801. Of tKis
527.000 was Itumta en buildings an 9184,
--000 on merchandice.
Sir John Lubbock, tha woll-known Eng
lish entomologist, has had forwarded to
him from Freecott, A. T. , a nest of ante
found near that place which is of peculiar
construction and a great curiosity.
A double-barreled flint-lock pistol and a
rust-eaten pick and shovel were discovered
in Noyes & Upton's placer diggings at
Butte, M. T., a few day 3 ago. The arti
cles were twelve feet under grocud. '
The little five-year-old girl of H. S.
Rowe, of Seattle, W.T., was shot by her
mother Saturday. Mrs. It owe wished to
kill a cat. r She shot tbe feline and the ball
struck the wall, and, glancing from its
course, hit the child above the right groin.
The child is doing well.
A big-mouth;d boy at Gray's Peak
Bit his sweetheart on her cheek.
St. Jacobs Oil brought
Belief, and the sou<;at . •
A smaller-mouthed beau that week.
"The once* of prevention and p. en of
cure "is found in Msson _ Pollard** "ilia, ftn
unfailing preventive and po— tire cere for
malaria, and fever and ague. Their'action ii
mild and cert-is. They r„ tore to the sys
tem its full vigor. Drcggtsts.
A r tfp. satin** each meal tain a dose -of
Brown's Iron I'.iU-r?. It he! di.ref.ttcn and
relieves tbe foil feeling about the stomach.
."Bccnc-rAiM,"— Qaicfc, csrapJete cure, all
! nnncyivig Kidney and fJea rusflssc*. " 8".

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