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T HE DAILY RECORD-UNION.
THI&SBAY NOVEMBER 89, 1883
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Roeeburg... 30.32— 45—6 iS. W. .... Ol'dy
Mendocino.. 30.29— .02 54+1 j N. E. .... Clear
Red Bluff... 30.35— .03 43-8 IS" ....Clear
Sacramento. 30.33— 47+1 I Calm • Clear
8. Francisco. 30. 1 — .04 55+1 N. 8 ....Clear
Los Angeles. 3 J. 19 +.01 65+8 S. F Clear
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5, Maximum temperatnre, 57.0 ; mlilmum, 32.0.
River, 7.4 feet— a fall of 1 inch in 24 hours.
JAMES A. BARWICK,
Sergeant, Signal Corps, D. S. A.
ADVERTISEMENT MENTION.
Metropolitan Theater afternoon and even
ing.
Sacramento Commandery— Funeral notice.
Ancient Order of Foresters — Court Sacramento,
this evening.
Wadham's Excursion Party.
Tin-roofers.
Mrs. A. M. Pollock— Dressmaker.
l'igei>n|Shooi— Forester Gun Club.
Pi liners— Funeral notice.
Sacramento Royal Arch Chapter— Funeral notice.
Sacramento F. and A. M.— Funeral notice.
Ask Strobel about a farm be has for sale.
Grand Kalrle — For a diamond ring.
Auction Sale.
Sherburn & Smith— Real Estate, Wednesday, De
cember sth.
Business Advertisements.
Hale Bros. — Cloaks and Dolmans.
lio'is'iii's Photographic Gallery.
WcdaaStoek k Lot. in — Smoking Jackets, etc.
W. D. Comstock— New invoice of Furniture.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.
Our Beautiful Sunsets.— The sunsets for
the past week or ten days have been unusu
ally pretty, and have attracted universal at
tention. A gentleman, says the San Fran
cisco Bulletin, who is greatly interested in sci
ence, and who has given considerable atten
tion to the subject of atmospheric phenome
na, states that the recent peculiar sunsets are,
without much doubt, due to the late volcanic
eruption in Alaska. Ashes from that erup
tion have been carried all over Japan and be
yond, and eimilar coloring of the skies has
been observed there. Daring the eruption in
Java similar coloring was exhibited in differ
ent puts of tbe world, and as far east as
Panama. Tbe beauty of many of the Italian
sunsets are held to be due to ashes from vol
canoes and from dust from the desert. Our
own sunsets, therefore, »re supposed to have
been caused by the tides of ashes coming
from the Alaskan volcano. These are carried
in tbe upper currents of the air, and form, as
it were, a canopy. In the ordinary position
the sunlight passes through this stratum with
out producing a visible effect ; but when the
light is below the stratum, as at sunrise or
sunset, and the rays strike tbe under surface
of the ash-laden current, the solid particles
form an extended reflecting surface. The
sunlight is thus thrown back upon the earth,
and causes tbe beautiful sunsets which have
been so much admired.
The Troai Case.— The testimony of
Wathem, given Tuesday, has caused a greater
interest to be taken in the Troai case, and all
day yesterday the Court loom was filled with
spectators, who seemed to pay very close at
tention to the testimony of witnesses. The
prosecution rested Tuesday evening, and the
following persons have testified for the de
fense : Mrs. A. M. White, Miss Maria
Scanlan. John White, L. J. Young, Mrs.
Barton Daniels, W. S. Rawlins, R, X. Scott,
Barton Daniels and Adolph Heilbron. These
witnesses, most of them, testify that the floor
of Trust's house was covered with blood spots
and stains, and that Wm. Raffety was a
member of the Coroner',, jury, took part in
the proceedings and signed the verdict. Mr.
Heilbron'* testimony contradicts that of Raf
fety in many important particulars. Mr.
Young testified to having seen Lentini run
from a deserted cabin half clad several day*
after the murder was committed. I!. T.
Scott, a member of the Coroner's jury, swore
positively that Raffety was one of the jury
men, and also that Raffety in conversation
with him several days afterwards charged
Lentini with the commission of the crime,
saying "it was a shame upon the neighbor
hood tbat a man could commit bo cold-blooded
a murder of a woman and then escape,"
Court adjourned at 3:30 v. M. until 10 A. M.
Friday.
Metropolitan Theater. — Miss Nellie
Boyd, the accomplished actress, and her fine
dramatic company, supported by a splendid
brass band and orchestra, hare returned to
the city. They will appear in the Metropoli
tan three night and two matinees, com
mencing this afternoon at 2 p. M. in the cele
brated play " Article 47." Tr. -night will be
produced " Fsnchon." This is unquestion
ably the best dramatic company traveling on
the coast. They played here a few weeks
since to good houses, anil every play they pre
sented was well received by the public. Dur
ing the past week they appeared at the
Marysville theater, and the press of that "ii v
were loud in their praise ot what they termed
the best combination that had been in Marys
ville for years. On Friday evening will be
presented " Miss Moulton." Saturday mati
nee "Led Astray, ' and Saturday night, by
special request, " Solomon Isaacs." This
company plays to papular prices. Dress
circle, 75 cents ; gallery, DO cents. Elegant
new scenery has been painted and placed in
position specially for this engagement. The
box office will be open each day at 10 a. M.,
and no extra charge made for reserved seats.
Hares AM' Hounds.— Capital Cours
ing Club has completed arrangements for a
coursing match, to take place to-day near the
Six-Mile House on the old Marysville road,
commencing at 3:30 o'clock. The grounds are
in fine condition, the dogs entered are fast,
and the indication* are that those who attend
will et)j >y a fine day* Kp.rrt. Following are
the dogs entered and the order in which they
will run : R. I). Mullane's Maggie B. against
Thomas O'Brien's Qaeen; R O. Mullane's
Prince against P. H/ :u.ii.oiis' Patsy Boll
var; El. Sheahai Fly . licet DennisShee
han's Black Bess ; Thomas Kenreiys Erie
Belle against Edward Karrall'* Minute ; P.
Kelly's I'ri la against Thomas Kennedy*
Mary Kelly ; M. Sheebai.'* Ruler against I".
Fagan'* Nellie ; P. Kelly'* Witch will run a
bye. A. S. Woods was chosen Judge ; D.
Sheehan aud P. /.minions, Stewards, and
J. 1 1 I'.riir.rli and X l*_.r.i Farrell, Slippers.
The [ rir.e.to be contested for is a pair of fine
slip*. "
The Weather.— The temperature, wind
and weather, at 12 m. yesterday, as received
by Sergeant KsrwLk, was : For Olympia,
51, southwest and cloudy; Portland, '•-_ ,
south and cloudy ; R;>eeburg, .' . southeast
and fair ; Mendocino, ',*',', south and clear ;
Fed Blutf, '„'.'. east and clear ; Sacramento,
52*, .it and clear ; San Francisco, 57°, north
and clear ; Los Angeles, 78*, west and cl U ;
San Diego, 69*, northwest and clear; Salt
Lake, 87 , west and clear ; Cheyenne, 55*,
northwest and char ; Denver, 55°, south and
clear ; North Platte, 30 , south and clear;
Omaha, 34°, calm and fair; Yankton, 22°,
south and cloudy. Yankton was 84° colder
at 12 no v yesterday than at the same hour
the day before.
A Day's Sport at the Park.— Robert
Allen, lessee of Agricultural Park, advertises
a pacing race fir to-day. It will be mile
heats, three in five, for a purrs* of $250. The
following well-known flyer* have DM en
tered : William Donathan names Tryon's b.
f. Prince, M. M. Oiell names b. i.-. Shaker,
F D. Nolan name* g. g. Gray Frank, James
Doyle names b. g. Bay Prank. Also, a trot
ting race, mile heats, three in five, between
three well-known horses. The lior_.es will
start at 2 o'clock promptly. Al*o, tbe regu
lar shoot of the Forester Can Club will be
held.
Temperance Entertainment.— The en
tertainment given by the California Temper
ance and Benevolent Society at their hall last
evening was largely attended. The following
was the programme of exercise-' : Song, Mrs
Wilbur Smith ; address, J. D. Moynahan ;
•ong. Mi** Cleo Cooper : poem, Ed. C. Par
ker ; reading* by Miss Louise Gregg, Mis*
Berry. Mr. Lucy, Mi** Lulu Morrill and
Miss Francis. After the literary exercise* a
social dance was engaged in nntil 12 o'clock.
Gone to the Bat. — The Uniformed Di
vision of Knights of Pythias left Ml the 2:50
train yesterday afternoon for San Francieco.
Prior to their departure they were presented
with on elegant silk banner. The presenta
tion was public and was witnessed by many.
Ihey marched through J etreet, headed by
the Hussar band, and in their elegant new
uniforms made a fir.c appearance. They will
leave San K-sL.t'o 'ii their return at 8:30
p. m. tc-d»y. •-'£ ../
CITY BONDS AND MUNICIPAL POLITICS.
: Eds. Record- Union :I am gratified that you cx
l press a willingness tint the proofs of the relation of
: the persons interested with the holders of the city
J bonds and municipal elections should be published
in your columns, and I only regret that the pen
' dency of the Troai murder trial renders it impose!
- ble for me to spare the time at present to interview
the persons who are acquainted with salient facts
relating to the issue, and to arrange for publication
the material to be so furnished, in a manner satis
factory to myself. -'■. - '
However, as the March election is not particularly
near at hand, the matter will be fresh, even if I will
be unable to present the whole case at this partic
ular time in a consecutive series of articles. I shall,
" however, in due time furnish all the information
' that I have and am able to get relating to the sub
■ ject, and shall take occasion to dwell somewhat on
' incidents connected with the late State and coußty
election ; how it happened that two candidates were
' presented fur Sheriff on the Republican side ; and
r the figure that was cut in that campaign by the
r " phantom " sack at the Golden Eagle, etc.
r To confine myself, however, in this article, to the
r relation of the" friends of the bondholders to city
r politics, I desire to present for the consideration of
■ the oublic a little of the inside History of the
•'Ames" primary of 18S2— a primary that is recol
lected by even' honest man in Sacramento as the
embodiment of the most outrageous, corrupt and
damna'ie fraud that has ever perhaps been imposed
upon the people of any municipality.
! In thut primary contest the friends of the bond
holders—or, lest that term may offend the sensibili
ties of any one, I will substitute the phrase, " the
gentleman who are so much offended at the * dicta
* toml ' address of the Republican Committee" —
supported Ames; while the plebiana were friendly
to Jones, our present Fire Commissioner, and an
' old and respected citizen, against whom nothing
can be said. Tbe bond question was not an issue in
that primary campiign; but it seems that the Record.
Union office was then enough interested in that ten
der Bubject to send specific interrogatories to Jones
for his answers. I will say that 1 here give only the
questions that were submitted touching the bond
' question— there were twelve others, relating to
every conceivable subject of city government. If
the Record-Union wants to publish them all here
after I will furnish a correct copy for that purpose.
The preamble and the questions relating to the
bonds are as follows, viz :
" Mr. Jones, it is stated that you are a candidate
for the Republican nomination for Third Trustee.
Is that correct? >
" Then it is desirable to know what are your
views on certain matters of importance concerning
the city government, and the best policy to be pur
sued iv its administration. Are you willing to give
them in response to questions suggesting them?
"First, then, what, in your opinion, should be the
policy of the city relative to the city indebtedness?
Its discharge or repudiation ? Its partial discharge,
or its partial repudiation ? A rate of tax to insure
its payment, or a postponement, with some other
plan in view ? and your views generally, in concise
form, as to the whole question of city debt ; its due
and past due interest, the Funded Debt Commission,
etc.
" Eighth— city has been sued by certain of
her bondholders for unpaid interest, etc. What
would you advise should be done in the matter of
defending, promising or otherwise disposing of
those actions?
Accompany the questions was this note :
" Mr. Jones : These questions I have written out
and leave for you to prepare answers to. I will c.'i
at 12 (noon) sharp Friday to receive your answer-*,
which 1 trust you will write out and have ready. It
is the desire to print them next morning. Very
truly, ,
Reporter Kkcoi.d-Union."
Mr. Jones found the above note and the questions
on his desk on Thursday, at noon, on his return te
his home from his place of business. But it seems
that on the next day your paper, for some reason
that lam unable to give, concluded that it was not
wise to publish Jones' views on these questions, for
you sent him the following note :
" Friday, February 24, 1552-4 p. m.
" Mr. Jones : At present we will not publish the
interview. Will let you know if hereafter we con
clude to use it. Respectfully, ,
for Record-Union."
The Record-Union never did conclude to pub
lish these views, for Mr. Jones was not afterwards
called on to make answer. The public are as able
as I am to judge the motive that induced your paper
to send men a. omul seeking the views of possible
candidates on this bond matter. If you are privi
leged to ao that, it seems to me that a Central Com
mittee has the right to recommend a course to be
pursued by the party on a particular issue.
A "Third Ward Stalwart Republican" broke
loose in an anonymous letter in your paper, on
March 4, 1888, and pleaded with Republicans to
stand up for Ames and " moral politics." I will
incidentally remark that gentlemen connected with
the Reord-Unign announced that if Ames was not
nominated the paper would openly bolt the Repub
lican ticket, as it had done the year before. It is,
perhaps, unnecessary for me to particularly refer to
the disgraceful frauds which the result in the First
Ward showed had been perpetrated at that primary.
I do nt suppose that any man who has any stand
ing in this community will at th'S time attempt to
excuse this base wrong upon, the purity of the bal
lot-box. In the face, however, of this fraud your
paper never uttered one word of disapproval, but,
on the contrary, ridiculed Jones for
" kicking," and gave Ames a hearty support.
The day aft this corrupt election you said|:
"The Republicans of the First Ward availed them
selves of the first maxim of war: * Live upon the
enemy;"' and thus, while at the Presidential elec
tion in 18S0 t Garfield, Hancock and Weaver com
bined polled but 799 votes in tbe First Ward, and
Garfield alone but 477, on Saturday in the same
classic region, the Republicans rallied 816 votes for
Trustees, and 695 each for Chief of Police and City
Attorney. This recuperative power of the party is
only one of the examples of the vigor of American
politics.
So v.v regarded this fraud as a good joke on
Jones ! It happened to fall your way. The people,
however, at the election on the Uth, took a different
view uf the matter and elected Gutenberger, who
was pledged on the bond question, by a vote of
2,036 to 1,529 for your man, who was not pledged on
thut subject. On the morning of the election you
published a lengthy article, appealing to Republi
cans to stand up for Ames and the ticket ; and you
called attention to the fact that, if Gutenberger was
elected, the party would lose all of its patronage —
"spoil."," vulgarly speaking. The year before you
stood on the high ground of a divorcement of
municipal affairs from politics," and that is your
position now. It seems though that when you have
your way in the Republican parry, the "spoils"
system loses all of its hideousness. For the
curiosity of the thing, I wish you would publish
the article above referred to, when you have space,
in connection with some of jour mure recent edi
torials on the spoils " system.
Asto the matter of designating the p> rsons who own
bo (Ib here, I do nut deem that as material as facts
connected With the course pursued by those sup
posed to b. acting in the interest of the bondhold
ers, in trying to elect men favorable to them in this
matter, so important to their pockets.
As to Mr. J. R. Watson, I presume his explana
tion, from its length, is satisfactory. Some persons,
however, may still wonder what he found in the
committee address to kick about so much.
WINFIELD J. DAVIS.
THE MOUNTAIN LABORS, ETC.
In the above communfeation there are insinua
tions which are unjustifiable, and a total absence of
the promised disclosures. The tiles of the Record-
Umon will disclose what this journal has said, and
there is no editorial or recorded expression regard
ing the matter that the paper is not prepared
to maintain. It will be observed that
much is attempted to be made of
interviews with candidates before the Republican
i party. The correspondent could easily have ascer.
tamed the fact v. this office that a reporter was sent
to ascertain tne views of candidates relative to mat
ters of city government, local improvements, etc.
It is a custom that might well be continued on the
pari of the press, and will be by the Record-Union.
I if in any of the questions propounded there is a call
f it information regarding the position of candidates
that was not entirely proper, it will be difficult of
discovery. It might have been well for the corre
spondent to have added that the responses to the
questions were not published for the reason that
none wen riven, and that the candidates expressly
'■ begged off." and only a vjgue v d indefinite gen
era! oral statement was ide, which, however, it is
just to ■ay, did not disclose that either of the candi*
dates had any special schemes t in view Inimical
I to the citj', thr.ui'h their views' as to financial
management of city affairs weie based on
no definite and well-defined plans or ideas. It is
•.ot Jtrue, as ■ matter of fact, that any election
for Trustee h_n in recent yean been devoid of in
terest concerning the management of the city in
debtedness, nor will there be until it is finally ad
justed or discharged, The insinuations as to the
m-rtivesof this journal are of the same indefinite,
unfounded and unworthy character that have char
i acterized the recent snsaults upon it. [1 seems im
possible to impress upon time mine's the true idea
of the province ot an pendent journal. The in
geuuousm.B-- of the correajKindent is discloses] in his
misquotation of the Third Ward correspondent, who
did not use the language attributed to him. Accu
racy is a virtue. So, too, with regard to the inter
pretation of the 1 leprae lons of the Kecord-
Ulflox. They are based wholly upon " local "
rei_ortp, and which, by the wav, disclose that
the RECORD-UNION published nil the facta rela
tive to the First Ward primary, as well as the de
fease of the Ccntr I i:. .rami, .re Chairman. No
local reports or editorials ..'oudoned, concealed or
apologized for any irregularities ; on the contrary,
they uisliuctly presented and exposed them. The
, Anal plaint of tue corresi«ndeiit refers to a " local "
•m the morning of election, which in Id that since
the body of the Republicans had expressed their
preference for certain nominees, they should be
■ supported irrespective of the abnormal londition in
■ the first Ward primary, and the city government
not turned over to the Democracy, wnl the elec
tion of Gutenberger would do. There cerU'nlv is
nothing in all this to cause the correspondent, who
acts as Chairman of the Central Committee, such
woe. liis unsupported charges are passed by ns
unworthy of notice. Hut be it observed that in all
tnis there is a studied evasion of ths question
put* Who is or has been scheming to injure the
city and aid bondholders in unholy assaults against
her':" There is a flit refusal to name the men, or
the bondholders, and a weak excuse for not doing
so. It is a miserably insignificant and pitiful " fall
j down." I: response to the call fo- facts that con
j nect b>ndho!ders with city politics, wo aro given
stile platitudes, unwarranted insinuations and cun
ning misinterpretations. A like lengthy communi
cation rr. .-i not be repeated ; names and facts need
j not consume so much valuable space.
If you suffer from loin-eneas of tbs bowels,
Angostura Hitters will surely cure you. Be
ware if counterfeits, and a.'k your grocer or
drags-tat for the k-enuino article, prepared by
Dr. J. G. B. Bfegertft Sons.
I'iin>: ItPTtTB, call on your druggist and
get a free trial bottle if Dr. King* New Dis
(ovcry.
CArr. Stevens, at Lis elegant wine rooms
on .1 street, just below Third, will set a sump.
tuous Thanksgiving lunch to-day, to which
ail arc iuvitsd. Turkey, crab salad, egg-ncg,
etc. *
I_Al>l___3' French ki 1 shoes, with a round
box-to*, net' ..\ I medium heel, Philadelphia
make. B. C, I), B and B X widths ; sizes. '.'
to 7. Pric, $i 50. A first-class article.
Hale Bros. & Co. .- • .. .-':. *■
-Ladies' Corscoa Lid shoe, round box-tie,
worked buttonholes (sewed). Price, $2 50.
Shoe I>. _.r.i«ii\ Uale Bro*. & Co. *
Gists' fine neck wear. Wa are showing
some IT different styles of fane? tUt ' -j tcarf-,
at popular priiet. 'Hals Bros. & Co. *
LOCAL DASHES.
— — — : -.- - ■■■'" y
The City Free Library will be closed both
day and evening to-day.
The hours of delivering mail at the Post
office to-day will be the same as those of Sun
day. "
Tbe Xopoa Dancing Club will hold their
regular monthly dance at Jacobs' Hall to
tight. -•:*••*■•
Seventy-seven immigrants, including fifty
males, will arrive from the East by the over
land train to-morrow.
Gray Frank and Prince, two ef the pacers
that are to take part in the races at Agricult
ural Park this afternoon, came up from the
Bay yesterday.
A festival and ball for the benefit of St.
Rase Church will be given this evening at the
oid pavilion, corner Sixth and M streets. The
floor has been newly canvased.
Return Roberts, manager of the Madeira
Flume and Mill Company, of Fresno, was in
this city Tuesday, and purchased four horses
and sixty mules for use in logging.
Sheriff T. B. Walker, of Los Angeles,
passed through the city en route for Folsom
yesteidiy, with Edward Fitzgerald, sentenced
to six years for burglary, and S. Ernest, two
years for forgery.
The passenger train that left for Woodland
list evening was the first complete train of
tbe new color that has left this city. It was
admired by all, and certainly is an improve
ment on the old yellow.
At the depot yesterday waa a young mother
with ber nine small children, en route to Red
ding. The eldest was only 9 years of age.
She says ehe intends starting a settlement of
her own in Northern California.
The funeral of John McCarty is post
poned until Sunday, to await the arrival of
his daughter, Mrs. Hill, from Eureka, Cal.
The body has been embalmed and is at the
undertaking rooms of W. J. K. Cavanaugh.
Owing to the change in clocks by the
standard regulation, Sergeant Barwick, of
the Signal Service Station in thia city, takes
two observations at 16 o'clock, one at 20
o'clock, and gets through his day's work at
22 o'clock.
A Chinaman was arrested yesterday for
theft. When he was searched at the station
house a large chisel was found concealed upon
bis person. The chisel -is stamped L. Ege
berg, which no doubt is the name of the
owner of the tool.
That the town of Dixon will be handsomely
and substantially rebuilt, is evidenced from
the fact that several car loads of brick are
shipped there daily from this place. It is
said that the entire burned district will be re
built with elegant fireproof buildings.
Union Thanksgiving services will be beld
in the church of the United Brethren in
Christ, corner Fourteenth and X streets, to
day, at 10:45 A. 11. The sermon will be
preached by Rev. T. S. Dunn. Pastors of
the city will participate in the services.
The Metropolitan Theater has been under
going a general renovation. New carpets
have been put in the green-room and some in
the auditorium, and ail the others taken up
and cleaned. The heaters have been put in
position and the entrances repainted and
oiled.
Two Bleeping cars, the Merced and Mon
terey, arrived from the East yesterday for
the Pullman Company, and were sent to San
Francisco, attached to a freight train, yester
day. They are the two cars that were par
tially burned at tbe Tehachipa disaster and
have been rebuilt East.
Police Court. — In the Police Court yes
terday the follow business was transacted :
Ah Jim was convicted of carrying a concealed
weapon, and sentenced to pay a fine of $30 or
30 days in the county til. The case of Wil
liam Billing', charged with having stolen a
ride on the Central Pacific cars, was continued
until the 30tb. The case of William Billings,
for disturbing the peace, the same order.
Mock Soon, one of the Chinese rioters, was
held to answer for murder. The other two
Chinamen implictled with Mock Soon are be
ing examined.
Real Estate at Auction.— Sherburn &
Smith, auctioneers, will self, by order of the
l; .ard of Directors of the Germania Buildiag
and Loan Association, Wednesday next, at
11 o'clock A. ii , on the premises, the north CO
feet of lot 5, aud the north CO feet of the east
half of lot C, in the block M and N, Sixth
and Seventh streets, being CO feet on the
west side of Seventh street, and 120 feet on
the alley, ti gather with the two-story brick
dwelling, containing foot' rooms and kitchen
on the lower floor, and three bedrooms and
bath on the upper.
Officers Elected.— The cadet company
(Governor's Guard) held an election at their
armory last evening. It was largely at
tended, and much enthusiasm prevailed.
Tbe following officers were elected: Cap
tain, Samuel Kay ; Firat Lieutenant, 11,
Allen ; Second Lieutenant, B. F. Shields.
Hussars' Ball —The Sacramento Hus
sars (Frederick Heilbroo, Captain), will give
a grand military and civic ball at Turner
Hall this evening. This company, an inde
pendent military organization, is famous for
giving elegant entertainments.
MERCHANDISE REPORT.
The following freight passed Ogden since last
report : For -Sacramento— Huntington, Hopkins &
Co., 67 boxes coach screws, 2 boxes axle clips, 25
boxes carriage bolts, 42 bundles wagon material, 6
cases hammers ; A. A. Van Voorhies, 5 boxes hard
ware, 4 boxes hames ; Hale Bros. & Co., 13 cases
batting, 1 cisc skirts ; Continental Oil and Trans
portation C«., 1 box tank oil; Standard Oil Co., 300
cases oil ; W aterhuuse A: Lester, 245 pieces ash
plaj ; Jones & Givens, 241 bandies fence wire ;
Whittier & Fuller, *20 cases iron hinges, 20 boxes
moldings, 1 case frames ; Kirk, Geary & Co , 1
barrel seed, _ bags seed, 1 case and 1 ke; gum, 2
boxes drugs, 2 cases merchandise, 19 boxes bottles ;
Holbrook, Merrill & Co., 9 cases stamped wire; C.
11. St- veiis &Co , 3 cases shoes ; Capital Furniture
Co., C boxes chairs; J. R. Watson, 146 bundles
iron boiler flues; O. W. Skeets, 1 chair, boxed;
L. K. Hammer, 2 boxes goods ; Adams, McNeill &
Co., 100 loxes,, pepper-sauce ; Lindley & Co., 1 case
cigars; Mrs. E. 11. Wiedmann, 7 boxes candy, 2
boxes chewing gum ; Terry McMorry, 1 box cream
tartar, 1 keg salt, 1 box drugs ; L. L. Lewis, 5 boxes
tumh'ers, 0 barrels goblets ; J. Hahn & Co., 1 bar
rel camphor; Capital Woolen Mills, S boxes ma
chinery.
For Piacerville— Sheby Inch, 1 box cutlery.
For Maxwell— Seth cott, 1 s*w machine.
For Willows George W. Freeman, 6 cases axle
grease.
For Stockton— Burns & Lo'kwood, 7 boxes lamp
chimneys; Htckenhothem, 40 carriage springs; D.
J. mil] »h in, 1 barrel liquors ; J. 11. Abdell.l piano,
11 boxes household go..ds, leash household goods,
1 box tea leaves, 1 crate oil stoves, 7 bundles furni
ture, J barrels ; California Paper Company, 1 bale
dry goo s; Westiake stove Uompiny, 1 box ion
hinges; Thomas H. Shelby, 40 boxes harrow-teeth;
Austin Bros., 140 carriage splines ; Megbell &.Rich
ards, 1 iron safe; J Soerr. 1 box shoes ; H. P.
Scott, 186 bars iron; Steinhart Golc smith, 1 case
Clothing ; J. H. Andrews, 1 box whips.
For Hed Bluff— Morris ft Campbell, 1 bale oil
doth ; Martin Manassi, 1 box circulars, 40 bu-.dles
barb wire.
For Orovi'le— Jam 8 C. Gray, 1 box hardware, 1
box wagon bolts.
For Redding— P. Maxwell, 1 organ ; E. A.
Keisel, 1 box chemicals.
For Marysville— Ba» factory, 10 bales goods.
For Weavcrvillc— Whitman & Co., 1 barrel house
hold good*
For Quincy— Cohn, Levy & Co., 3 boxes axes.
PASSENGER LISTS.
Newhali, November 28th.— Passed here trr-dav,to
arrivo in San Francisco on the '-Nth : .1 I. Colin,
San Bernardino; Mi«s Alice Blake, Oakland ; J. F.
FuilavMin, Los Angeles ; Mrs. Brown, Frank Brown,
Hi - Hirrkey, J. C. Kedpa.h, J. .1. Scrivner, I. Jones,
N- It. Mulloy, Sun Francisco ; James A. Pilltibiiry,
Si. Louis, Mo : Mrs. Wells, Mrs. J. C. Rikert, New
York ; Mr«. A. 11. Spencer, Los Angeles ; Miss Han
nah, Meadville, Pa ; James Cassin, Los Angeles ;
Mrs. Carrie Faxon, Bay City, Mich.; Joseph <"'•>.
M i. .■ i. Mo.; .1. M. SriliHrrrt, Emma 11. Sum?rs,
Keokuk, I- ; James F. Foster, K. C. Hide, New
York ; It Williams, Silver King; Frank McDruman,
Colllnsville ; L. M. Nickcreon, Florida ; T. W. Ken
nedy, Maryland ; Rev. A. 8. I udley, Ohio; F. S.
Shaw, L--9 Angeles ; A. White, Sacramento; Joseph
Fisher, Wincomln ; J. C. Taylor, Benson, A. T.
Daooktt. November 2Sth.— Passed here to-day, to
arrive in San Francisco to-morrow : J. J. Jacob!,
John Hawthorne, W. K. Green, San Francisco ; Mrs.
F. a. Tritle, Prase rtt, A T.; May E. Winters. Gales
burg, 11!.: W. A. EL Hunt, George Cramer, Needles ;
C M. Barklsy, St. Louis; Patrick Colbert, Benham,
Tex.; Major i.. in r.i! Popeand family, Major William
I'.. ,ri, Jr., and family, I". S. A.
Caki.in, November 2Sth —Passed here to-day, to
arrive in Sacramento to-morrow : .Mrs. Thompson
and daughter, Salina, Ks.; H. Brownson and wife,
Omaha : Mrs. Lieut. Q« ri_e H. Mocgan, Fort Verdi,
A. T.: Mrs George F. Allsohb, Farnham, Canada ;
W. 11. Andrew., Thomaeton, Me.; Gin. A. V.
liatilz, San Francisco ; Lot Luce, Htm Bedford,
Ma*).; T. M Antistll and family, San Francisco ; K.
S. Johnston, New York City ; W. F. Dandy, White
River, Col.; Charles Msnahan, James Kinsel, Oj
den ; Eugene Wo ff, Butte City, Mont.; C. 11. Nic
holson, Chicago ; F. K. Thomson, Bovia, Canada ; J.
Harrington. Al. R_*rat, Wells, Ner.; E. M. Ward,
Chicago ; John W. Sloan, Oakland : also 77 emi
grants, including (-0 ma!,», to arrive November 30tb.
In the Island of Jamaica vessels are
loaded with bananas by negroes marching
in single tile, each with a bunch on his
head. The lines often number nearly a
hundred men and women. As they go to
and from the vessel a negro, with a loud,
melodious voice, sits on deck and calls off
the tally in a singing, drawling tone, as fol
lows : Banana da one, one, one ; banana da
two, two, two ; banana da free, free, free ;
banana da foah, foah, fo ; live and tally, i
live, five ; banana da live, five, five ; ba- i
:..-.. i.i da five, five, five, five, anJ tally five, j
five. They can count only up to live ;so a '
white man of superior attainments sits near
and keeps the tally by fires while the ne
gro repeats his count.
———*—
Sierra Valley farntets are not fe*J.i.ig as
many tejf cattle as in former years.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
Miss F.ffie Mlilner 1] visiting friends in Tehama.
General John McComb went to the Bay yesterday.
John Bnleus, of l'.oseville, was in the city yester
day.
J. B. Chirm, of Emigrant Gap, left a few days
since for Ogden.
Harry Wilson, of Red Bluff, has returned from a
tour of Oregon.
Mrs. Carrie Dunn, of Dutch Flat, is visiting
friends in Lincoln.
Mrs. C Panions, of this city, will spend Thanks
giving in Woodland.
- Ansel Brown, of Red Bluff, has taken up his
residence in San Jose.
Archie Curry has returned from Dakota Territory
to hi.- old home at Chlco.
George W. Safford and wife left yesterday for a
few days' visit to Sau Francisco.
J. P. Leonard, of Oroville, has been visiting rela
tives in Vallejo for a week past.
- Mrs. Alex. Dry man has been visiting her mother,
Mrs. G. S. Maker, of Dutch Flat.
A. J. Hatch passed through the city yesterdey en
route from Reno to San Francisco.
Mrs. E. J. Myers has gone to Kocklin to spend a
few days with her son Charley and wife.
Mr. De Golia, master mechanic of the Pullman
Car Company, left for the Bay yesterday.
W. H. Parks and wife returned to Marysville jes
ter- ay from a brief visit to San Francisco.
B. H. Mooney aud bride have returned from their
wedding trip, and are at home in Ked Bluff.
Judge Sawyer, cf the United States Court, has
returned from Carson City to San Francisco.
Captain G. W. Bond, of Washington Corners, Al
ameda county, is in the city visiting relatives.
Judge',o. P. Hundley passed through the city yes
terday en route from San Francisco to Oroville.
S. P. Millicin and wfe and Gus Lavenson and
wife have gone to Kocklin to spend their Thanks
giving.
Alfred Estill, H. L. Buckley, Miss Minnie Perry
and Miss Jennie Wise will spend Thanksgiving Day
in Gait.
Senator Perry came up from the Bay yesterday to
eat Thanksgiving dinner with his father-in-law,
F. R. Dray.
Mrs. Clark Crocker, who has been visiting Sacra
mento, left yesterday afternoon for her San Fran
cisco home.
George King, of Reno, who has been rusticating
at the Bay, has returned to his home in the sage
brush country. t
Charles Lusk, of Kelsev, El Dorado county, who
has been spending a few days in the city, left last
evening for Auburn.
Walter Finnic, a student at the Cooper Medical
College, San Francisco, is sjiending a few days at
his home. Grass Valley.
Mrs. W. K. Dietrich, who ha<i been visiting Grand
Island as the guest of Air. and .Mrs. E. K. Parvin for
several weeks, has returned to her home in San
Francisco.
Mrs. and Miss Hilp, who have been visiting this
city for some time, the guests of S. Lavenson, stilt
for their home in Cincinnati on the east-bound train
this evening. -
John Miller and wife, of Tyler Island, who have
been in the city for the oast three days, left yester
day afternoon for jSan Francisco, where they will
spend Thanksgiving.
Charles E. Uubbell, accompanied by his wife and
her sister, Miss Gere, arrived from New fork on
Friday evening last, and arc visiting with Mr. Wes.
Eliot and family at Chico.
Mrs. A. A. Eddy, widow of the late Colonel Eddy,
and daughter are in Washington after some two or
three years' residence in Europe, and have taken
rooms at the ihbitt House there.
In the city yesterday : W. H. nord, Mrs. C. F.
Thomas, Mrs. J. T. Thomas, Woodland ; Samuel
Deal, San Francisco ; Jas. Simpson, Piacerville ; Ed.
Sanders, Red Bluff ; J. P. Martin, lone.
Frank W. Gross, ex-Clerk of Supreme Court,
passed through the city last evening, en route for
San Francisco from Benver, where he has been so
journing the last three months for his health.
The following were among the passengers who
came up from the Bay last evening : United States
Marshal M. M. Drew, Hon. J. W. Shanklin. O. P.
Goodhue, Mrs. J. 11. Miller and Miss Amelia Bohl.
Miss Alma, the daughter of Judge Moore, of Ama
dor county, has jiiot returned from Kentucky, where
she has been nearly two years pursuing her studies.
She was the guest of Mrs. J. W. Armstrong Tues
day, aad left for her home yesterday morning.
Arrivals at the State Home : H. S. Bryant, La
trobe ; P. J. Williams, R. H. Doya', C. E.Brown,
Mrs. Figg and daughter, C. J. Eskridee, Jas. Wat
son, Sacramento ; W. R Grimshaw, W. C. Sheldon,
Wm. Cusbman, Cosumnes ; Gee. W. Fleming, Grass
Valley: S. Kjburz, Samuel K>burz, Clarkßville; F.
Wortell, Lincoln ; J. B. Nichols, C. H. Thornton,
colaus ; 3. S. Tallman, Walnut Grove; Frank
Cox, Sheldon ; F. II Plumado, Piacerville.
Arrivals at the Golden Eagle Hotel : J. Conk
ling, Chico ; Dr. C. H. Gibbons, Arhucklc ; H.
Stevens, city : Miss A. McConnell, Thos. McConnell
and wife, McConnell's Station ; W. S. Ellis, Jr.,
W. 11. Parks and wife, Marys. il'c; J. E. Simons,
New York ; Dr. W. Saudon, Berlin, Germany ; Jos.
Kengal, Detroit, Mich.; B. J. Brown, Brooklyn, N.
V.; K. Geise, Kino ; H. W. Davis, Cincinnati. 0.;
R. V. Kelly, Battle Mountain; W. B. Swears.
Wheatland; John G. Gathagan, A. L. Hallett,
Char'esM. Leery, J. W. smitn, L. Eupbrat, D. 1..
Wetthcimer, Thomas Bennett, E. D. Nolan, Mrs.
Fawc-tt, Miss Brown, I. B. Martin, H. H. Briggs,
Thomas Prattler, San Francisco.
One of the brilliant weddings of tbe season took
place yesterday at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. C.
W. Clarke, corner of Tenth and II streets, in this
city. Miss Nellie E., the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Clarke, was married to A. N. Buchanan, of the Sac
ramento Bar. Rtrr. J. P. Buchanan, the father of
the bridegroom, performed the ceremony. There
were present at the wedding, which took .place at
10:30 A. M., only the immediate friends of the fami
lies thus united. At 11 o'clock the residence wks
thrown o[ien to the invited guests, of whom
there was an exceeding large number. The
reception continued until 3 p. H. At 4:55
the new-married pair departed for San Fran
cisco and other points on a wedding te ur. They will
return prior to the 12th of December, on which day
and the l'Jth receptions will be held at the residence
of the bride's parents. The wedding was a brilliant
affair, and was the occasion of special interest, from
the fact that the young people are widely known in
this city and the parents of the bride are among the
pioneer residents of Sacramento. The drawing
room, in which the wedding took place, was elab
orately dreised in flowers with lavish profusion.
Wherever the ully-fe- tooned smilax, relieving
the prevailing white flowers, could be placed with
good taste and effect, it hung in graceful draping.
Choice flowers and plants were placed on
every hand, and numerous floral pieces were
Bent in to add to the richness of
the ornamentation. Among these pieces there were
especially noticeable _• floral yoke, * floral chair, a
flower piece representing a true lover's knot, and a
floral lyre. White was, of course, the prevailing
color. The bride's costume was of white satin,
with elaborate lace trimmings. Tiie couple were
married beneath th- traditional floral marriage bell,
which was composed of choicest white flowers.
Among the guests present at tbe reception were
several from abroad, and nearly all the members of
the Sacramento Bar. The bride was the recipient
of many beautiful and costly presents. From her
lather she received a certified check for $10,000.
♦-♦ •
A wise woman will i ften accomplish tl e
best results with least money. This is exem
plified by using Kledro-Silccon, the noted
silver polish. Its cost is trivial. It pro
duce-* unsurpassed brilliancy. Is perfectly
harmless.
• m
Da. BEBBON'S _?kin Cure consists of inter
nal ami external treatment at same time, and
it makes the skin white, soft and smooth. It
contains no prisonous drags. $1, at druggists.
Steamers now ascend to the head of navi
gation on tho Willamette.
MARRIED.
Sacramento, November 28— By J. 0. Tubbs, Justice
of the Peace, Charles Long to Clara Stafford, both
of Sacramento county.
Sacramento, November 27— Rev. Father Grace,
at St. Rose Church, Adrian Gonnet to Lizzie Do-
lan.
Tehama, November 19— Elbert L. Hampton to Ju'ia
Reler
Bishop Creek, Inyo county, November B— Alonzo
Valvedcre to Minnie 11. Welch.
Chico, November 26— Frederick Arnold to Nora B.
Peck.
Grass Valley, November 25— William Zadow to
Louise Kohler.
BORN.
Near Leesviile, Colusa county, November 24— Wife
of C. L. Raitaili, a son.
DIED.
Sacramento, November 2S— Eil'ard J. Crohan, a
native of California, 19 years and _ months.
(Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited
to attend the funeral, which will take place from
tho residence of Mrs. E. Manning, on O street,
between Ninth and Tenth, to morrow afternoon
at 1:30 o'clock ; thence to St. Rose Church, where
funeral services will be held]
Sacramento, November 26 — John Chisholm, a native
of Scotland, 60 years.
(Friends and acquaintances are re<)iectfully invited
to attend the funeral, which will take place from
the undertaking rooms of Fritz & Miller, Odd
Fellows' Temple, corner of Ninth and X streets,
this forenoon at 10 o'clock. J .; .", ; • -
Sacramento, November 27— Joseph, eldest son of E.
M. and Catherine I_.i.rdr»rt t a native of Sacramento,
17 year', 10 months and 19 days.
[Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited
to attend the funeral, which will take pi ice from
the residence of parents, Q street, between
Eleventh and Twelfth, this afternoon at 3 o'clock. J"
Sacramento, November 28— Gertrudes A., the be-
loved mother of Elngel, Isabella, John and Ig-
natius Volutins, a native of Buena Vista, Sonora,
67 yet?. (San Francisco papers please copy.)
[Funeral notice hereafter.]
Sacramento, November 27— Edward Duff,', a native
of Nova Scotia, 50 years.
[Funeral from St. Rose Church this morning at 9
o'clock. No flowers.] '„'• .
Sacramento, November 2S- Elizabeth M., wife of 8.
L. W. Conner, a native of the State of New York,
Hi years, 1 1 months and 16 days.
[Funeral notice hereafter.]
Grass iValley, November 23— Vrs. Elizabeth Ann
Ahram, i.n years.
honors, November !'.» — Harrison Young Elias, 53
years.
Sonora, Xovember tt— Willie A. Grlbble, S month*.
SierravMe, November I.-S ue D. Battel!.', 51 year*.
San Andreas, November Is— R. C. McElhaney, 72
years. '.
Plymouth, October 26- Mrs. Sarah A. Philips, 32
years. «
Treks, November Mrs. Wm. Park, 50 years, 7
months a'.r! '.»'. dais.
Weavcrvi.le, November 2; Otto Vollmcrs, 60 years.
Georgetown, November 19— Albert Thompson, 17
years
Georgetown, November l*- Minnie R. Bryant, 9
years and 1 month.
Oroville, November 21- Joseph Ems, 50 years. '_•■
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CHANGED EVEBY DAY FOB THE MECHANICS' STOBE.
TO-DAY being Thanksgiving, our stores
will remain closed all day.
Thursday, November 29th:
White Huek Towels, se.
DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT.
SMOKING JACKETS
— am —
DRESSING GOWNS!
Our assortment of these goods is of an ele-
gant character. Nothing finer as regards taste,
o <z> o »
finish and style in such goods can hardly be
imagined. We take pleasure in showing our
stock, whether those who come to see care to
buy or not:
Slate-colored Ladies' Cloth Jackets, $16 50.
Handsome Brown Twilled Cashmere Evening
Gowns, with cord and tassel, $22.
Medium Blue Serge Jackets, with satin piping,
$16 50.
Seal Brown Velveteen Jackets, with satin facings,
$24.
Plum Cashmere Dressing Gowns, $22.
Rich Bottle Green Velveteen Jackets, quilted
satin linings, cuffs and facings, and with
olive green sleeve linings, $45.
Plum Serge Jackets, with quilted orange lining,
$18 75.
Blue Shepherd's Plaid Jackets, with blue satin
trimmings, facings and cuffs, $32 50.
Light-grey Serge, with steel satin facings and
linings, $30.
Pin-head Check Jackets, bright red quilted
linings, with satin facings, $25.
Brown Drapd'Ete Dressing Gowns, $30.
Handsome Blue Velveteen Jackets, with satin
trimmings, $24.
WEINSTOCK&LUBIN
400, 402, 404, 406, 408 X St., Sacramento.
CHOICE EXTRA-CLEAR
EASTERN SALT PORK,
JUST RECEIVED,
15 CENTS PER POUND.
OhoioestPetalnma Pickle Eoil Butter
ONLY 60 CENTS PER ROLL.
Winslow's Corn
(1883 Packing), Just received, only
15c PER CAN ; SI 75 PER DOZEN.
NEW EASTERN BONELESS CODFISH
Just Received— Tery Fine.
tr Everything at BEDROCK PRICES FOR
CASH. Send for our New Price List. Special atten-
tion paid to country' orders.
H. H. PATJLK,
CASH GROCER,
No. 814 X Street, Sacramento.
81-3p6m
RUBBER BOOTS!
RUBBER BOOTS!
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF MEN'S, LADIE?',
and Children's RUBBERS, of every descrip-
tion and style, and at prices to suit everybody.
Remember the Place :
GTJ3 LAVBHTSO IS",
Southeast Corner l If lb and J afreets.
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Watch this space for bar-
gains in HOLIDAY GOODS.
W. A. STEPHENSON, No.
806 J street, Sacramento.
'-ifn ',- ■ • . r >-3i tim
COUNTRY PROPERTY
RANCHES,
FAEMS
—FOR—
Fruit, drain or Vineyards !
IF YOU WAST TO BIV OR SELL,
APPLY or WRITS TO——
W. P. COLEMAN,
REAL ESTATE SALESROOM.
Xo. Mis J Street. Haerameaf. |
H. T. Holmes Lime Co.,
11. T. HOLMES, President.
IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS, WHOLESALE
and Retail Dealers ln Alabaster and SanU Cnu
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Marble Dust, Chimney and
IMB Pipe, and General Building Material.
LIME furnished in carload lots to outside trade.
I Orders are respectfully solicit ad.
BIST AND 615 I ST.; SACRAMENTO.
■ el9-Sptf ■ ■;_:?;'-■■
WAIT! WAIT!
fcT SEE OUR DISPLAY. TSJ!
OPENiNG OAY:
SATIRDAY,
DECEMBER ], 1883.
THEO W. SCHWAMB,
Xo. 804.1 streel. ■■.[n-2j-3ptf]..._.nrraniento.
CHRISTMAS CARDS!
A LARGE ASSORTMENT JUST RECEIVED
from L. PRANG &■ CO. and others
Opening Day : November 21st.
Wholesale and Retail. Prices Reduced. Call Soon.
WHITTIER, FULLER & CO.,
No-, 1030 and 1032 Second St., Sacramento.
013 3ptf
RECEIVED THIS DAY:
20 Full Toilet French Dress Case Sets, with
Tennessee Marbles, from D. Aude & Bro., St. Louis.
20 Bureau Sets, from tbo Peters Furniture Co.
6 Toilet Wardrobes, from L. Pranger & Bro.
All Solid Walnut and finish unsurpassed, J
sv ■
W.D. COMSTOCK
Fifth and X st., Sacramento.
, Jyl4-3ptf
NOTICE TO DEPOSITORS
—OF TUX
CAPITAL SAYINGS BANK!
THE BANK WILL PAY DIVIDENDS NOS.
9 and 10, of 10 per cent, each, amounting to 20
per cent., payable on and afttr THURSDAY, No-
vember 22. I»_>3.
By order of the Board of Directors.
JAMES N. PORTER, Secretary.
Payable at the Ca'ifomia State Bank. n22-3plm
SUGAR-CURED HAMS
MOHR it rOF.RK, NO. 1024 AND tgnA.
1026 J street, Sacramento, PorkJjLcP**
Packers and Wholesale Dealers in all kinds !#_■
of Meats, desire to call attention to their NEW
EUREKA &UGAR-CU tED HAMS for Winter use.
They also wish to ca I special attention to the MOHR
ii YOERK brand of Lard, which is considered the
best and sweetest lard in the market. Cooked
Meats and all kinds of Sausages always on hand.
n22 3p't
MRS. E. M. WIEDMANN,
(Successor to J. M. Wiedmann),
Wholesale Candy Manufacturer,
AND DRALBR IS
ALL KINDS OF NUTS. * '
Sole Proprietor of the Celebrated SUGAR OF LEMON.
I also manufacture and am prepared to furnish all
the Latest Varieties and Styles of Fancy Candies
known to the Trade
418 J STR£ET~~SACRAMENTO.
Branch House. 419 li Street. sl-3p4m
WOODBCRN & BARNES
(Successors to E. L. Billings & Co.),
No. 417 X Street, b;t. Fourth and Fifth, Sacramento.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
IN THE FINEST BRANDIES, WINES AND LIQUORS.
Jyls-l__lm __
Hi P. OSBORN'S
Wood and Goal Yard ; :
IS NOW PREPARED TO FCRNISH THE BEST
of Wood and Coal, at the lowest rates. Wood
sold from the Car at Special Rates.
Offlee. Xo. 806 I street, Sacramento.
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fGoLICITORS:?
*-n252 . M A R X E T. ST. S.R*
«- ELEVATOR. 12. FRONT.ST.S.FH
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MISO£LLANEOJS. __
GEM OF KENTUCKY WHISKY!
___EE_-s_Z_E\J_L__BB DBX, sCSXj*-Va.-SL-eL^-C-
-EABT 1X1)1 A AYD BOSS BITTERS, ROCK AYD RYE, BETHESDA WATER.
FELTEE. WOOD & CO.,
WIXE AXD I KM OK DEALERS, XOS. mis and 101S BECOXD ST. SACRAMEXTO.
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ALBUMS,
TOILET SETS
LADIES' SHOPPING BAGS,
CHRISTMAS CARDS,
HOUGHTONS', No, 815 J street, Sacramento,
13 The Public are requested In call and examine onr good*. -I
G-attmanri & Wilson,
DEALERS a FANCY AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
wo. 601 J" is^x'-rcaourr". sack./* mbnto,
AXE OFFERING SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS IN A CUOICK AND SELECT LINE OF
Ladies' & Misses' Imported Cloaks
OF THE VERY LATEST STYLES AMI FE-SIGXi.
* ALSO
JBRSBIT CiLOTH JAOKSTS !
ALL AT PRICES which will make it an object tor you to call and ex lain* th.'in uIT tj-fl__ll
.fiE FLOBBBG, g7
tRTjI Watch maker* and Jeweler*. Xo. l!sJ at., bet. Fourth and Fifth. Ift,-fl
tr Dealer* in WATCHES, JEWELRY AND DIAMONDS. Repairing in all Ma branches a ijii.vi-il:>
under MR. FLOBERO. Agent* for Krx-kf. rd Watch Company. jilS-3ptl
i ■ "
J. G. DAVIS, No. 411 X street, Sacramento,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN PARLOR. BED AND DINING-ROOM FURNITURE*,
and CARPETS. Latent Pattern* of Linoleum and OU Cloth*. Alio, a Large
Assorintrnl of Curtain*. Shade*, Cornice*, rir. j^*
AT I would request the public to call and examine my largre stock of good* before porchacln^ s_se- • ■ •
where, a* tbey will find lt to their advantage.
Conntry Ordera Solicited, and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Jrt
C. A. S AWTELLE'S, Ml W^ Fifth & sixth,
IS TUB PLACE TO BliY AT LOWEST PRICES.
Christmas and New Year's Cards,
HOLD PENS AND PENCILS. PHOTOGRAPH AND AUTOGRAPH ALBUMS.
Ladles' and Gents' Dressing Cases. Writing Drib*. Mnalc Roll* and Folio*.
CIGAR AND CIGARETTE CASES, DIARIES FOR 18SI,
GAMES, DOLLS. TOYS OF ALL KINDS.
All the STANDARD BOOKS, In Plain and Fancy Binding*. __H tftt
Era « liM Wm. B. MILLER j SwhjF
HOLIDAY JEWELER, 628 J BTREET. n273plm LOW6BL "11068*
PLI.M PLDDIMG. Q M OIIPOCB I
M.XCE MEAT. \~ % |"| ■ rIUaOtLL
DF.IIF. S A It AISI x S. *
onl A ■ tt u \.s*m.* f *ax*_-<V IISTE CFBUAXT9.
/JU I %t^. TD^t | lltlll\.l lIIUM.I PEEL.
f Wi^y \J %^S I Hit. I • [n_r.l-:iptfl SWEET A ROILED CIDER
J street. J . F. SLATER, Hatter \L ready.
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C H QIC FAMILY GROCERIES
AT CHRIS. EHMAXVA, X'o. 1028 J ST , BETWEEX TEXTH AXD EM A I Mil.
MY PERSONAL ATTENTION IS GIVEN TO MY BUSINESS, AND 1 BUY FOR CASH, WHICH
enables me to sell at Ihe very lowest Ilgures. and my goods are the choicest in : he Sacra-
mento Market. Everything in the Provision line. Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, etc., and a full lino
of fine CROCKERY WAKE kept on hand. Sample my co. ds, and be convinced. Goods delivered fro*
anywhere within the city limit*. |04-:.|i'f| CHRIS EIMIAXX.
Druggist, and Apothecary, WW
Corner J and Tenth Streets, Sacramento, Gal t^^^^ji
GOLDEN RULE BAZAK,
HAM FACT! KER OF GEX'Ts' 1 I RXISHIM- GOODS, DRY AXD FA SCI GOORS,
ROOTS, SHOES. HATS. CAPS, TRUNKS, VALISES. STATIONERY. CLOTH-
IXG. CCTLERT. PERFI MERY, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
»r GOODS SOLD AT BEDROCK PRICES! "El
N. Zemansky, Proprietor, 300 J St., cor. Third, Sacramento.
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AT THE W.tKEROOH* OF —
JOHN mmi Is, 604, 606. 608 1 street,
S A «' IC A .11 l: X T O .
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES TO CLOSE OCT THE ENTIRE MOCK. I can man the public
that BARGAINS will be I ftered which will astonish all. , n?-'.l:_ti
DEE. S. CM.OCBC3BB. J& CO.
HOLIDAY GOODS
THEM'IXEST ASSORTMENT EVER OFFERED ■■ SACRAMENTO*
New Style* In Anlograpta and Photograph Allium*. Christ,-. a Carets. 4'tiolre Roirks,
Game*, Promenade Bags, Clove and Handkerchief Rnxes, I'upeierle, ele.
OPENING DAYTDEO. 3, 1883.
H. S. CROCKFR A CO. [Ji9 -3p«l Xo*. 208 and 210 J STREET, SACRAMEXTO.
G-xr__cy-ss_.
American and English Shot-
guns,
Winchester Rifles,
Revolvers,
Powder, Shot, Caps, Etc.
AGENCY FOS
CALIFORNIA AND HAZARD
Powder Companies.
HDKTIRGTON, HOPKINS & CO.,
SACRAMENT* and SAN FRABCHCO.
TO Xr-BT-T-
-DWELLINGS
Two-story Brick, O street, between Eighth and
Ninth (10 roims), with good stable and
large yard $45 00
Two-story Frame, comer Tenth and T streets
(8 rooms), with stable and large yari $15 00
Two-story Frame, southwestcoruer Eighteenth
and F streets (6 rooms) $14 00
story Frame, southeast corner X and
Twenty-seccnd streets (6 rooms) $15 00
One and a-half-story Frame.Eighteenth street,
between F and G (0 rooms) $15 00
One-story Frame, Eighth street, b.tween R
and S (4 rooms) $12 00
One-story Frame, Eighth street, between R
and S (5 rooms) , $15 00
One-story Frame, Fourteenth street, between
Eand F (5 rooms; $12 00
One-story Frame, O street, between Seventh
and Eighth (5 rooms) $10 00
S3 Several Small Houses, at $5 tn $10 per month.
A. Leonard fcSon
No. I»l» Fourth %tr«et -Sacrament*.
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GROCERIES I
ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY PROMPTLY
filled in lots to suit, wholesale and retail.
Fancy Groceries, Provisions, Wines, Liquors, etc.
BIDWELL & COCK.
I2S X Street,. Sacramento
o_-3-3p3m
PET Cigarettes
ARE THK REST.
TIIEY ARE MADE PBOM TIIE MOST BELl-
cately flivored and BIOBIST-OOSI GOLD
LEAF grown in Virginia, and are absolutely
WITHOUT 111 I.rKKATIIIN OR l»«_I «.s.
Foil Packages, 10«. i Pocket Cases, 20s.
tr FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS - &4
ALLEN' A Cl INTER, Manufacturers,
RICHMOND, VA.
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B_A.X>X>, «*= C CD
Acenta for ftarranienio. nS-laihn
TO MY OLD PATRONS.
I STILL OFFER MY VALUABLE SERVICES IF
you are so unfortunate as to require them.
With a mind matured and enriched by studies of an
advanced order, I can safely say that there if. haid'y
a disease in the catalogue of human ills that I can-
not treat to a successful Ltsne.
LADIES— I am always ready to assist you. My
past knowledge has been Increased by extecdva
experience, lam now able to treat you with tba
certainty of success. No case peculiar I■>1 ■> your dull-
cat organism Is beyond my sure control.
My Female Monthly Medicines are superior to any
offered heretofore, and will be warranted te have the
desired effect ln all cases.
Thoee of the public who need my services can a»>
pend upon gentlemanly, honorable and scientifle
treatment at reasonable ratea.
I address particularly thoee who have been Is.
lured by youthful Indiscretions, and those wbo
have contracted local diseases.
Persons afflicted can, if they prefer, consult ma
by letter, detailing the symptoms of the disoase or
trouble, and receive medic! tie by re*, with frill
Instructions. All letters must be dlro.ti-1 to J. H.
JOSSELYN, M. D., 226 Sutter street, £ai, Frauds.
co, Cal.
Cure warranted in all cases, or no pay reqalivi.
Consultations, personally cr by letter, gratis. Send
for book. Comfortable vrtmccts f or patients at
my Infirmary (when dieireo), with ex per: etc J
nurses.
Consultation Parlors, 526 Sutter street, adjoining
the Young Men's Christian Association Sullduut
Office hours— From 9 a. «. to 8 P. v.
IMy r.lplem.l linns* In my oilier.
Purchase my E™ay on rhyslolcgy i.nJ Marriage
For sale by all newsdealers.
leCTlst-l J. H. Joaan.tn. Itl. P.
WILCOX, POWERS & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE UftCOS
Dealers.
NO. tOt X t_TREET_UyI.4ptfI_...BACBAVIE.NTO

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