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DAILY RECOgp-UI^ION
IirCBST»AT .....NOVEMBER 13. 1884
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MBTiinnm temperature. 70.0; minimum. 48.2.
JAMES A. BARWICK,
Serjeant, Signal Corps, U. S. A.
ADVERTISEMENT SIENTION.
Metropolitan Theater— to-night.
• The Tivoli— The Orphans " to-ni^ht.
Attention, Company X— This evening.
Attention. Cadets— evening.
W. C. T. I., to-night.
A. O. P.— Court Capitol, to-night.
Court Sacramento, this evening.
Don't you forget it. -VV" :
O. C. P.— Friendship Council, tonight.
Auctions.
Colusa county lands, November 28th.
Bell ii Co.— paintings and engravings.
I Business Advertisements.
Hale Bros. & Co.-rSpedal sale.
■Weinstock & Lubin— Bubble blowers.
L. J. Broom, merchant tailor, Sun Francisco.
stenographer wants a position.
Lost his nickel-plated watch.
American Exchange Hotel. San Francisco.
Sale of feathers, 021 J street.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.
Field Trial Entries. — The following
additional entries have been received by
the Secretary of the Pacific Coast Field
Trial Club: Derby Stake E. Leavesley,
Gilroy, names . Linus M. Donahue's lemon
and white English setter bitch. Pet, by
Nealon's Dick (Dan-Dora) ex Nealon's
Belle (Belton EL-Belle); whelped April
18, 1883. E. Leavesley names John
Paine's black and white English setter dog,
Jack, by" Bartlett's Rob Roy (Miller's Joe-
Farmer's Queen) ex Bartlett's Rose (Millers
Drake-Queen); whelped October 25, 1883.
John B. Martin, San Francisco, names
lemon and white English setter dog, Dash
ing Money, by Dashing Monarch (Dash 11.-
Countess " Moil! ex Arniida (Leicester-
Pocahontas : bred by J. M. A vent, Tennes
see; whelped May, 1883. George W. Ellery,
Sacraniento, enters lemon and white
Llewellian setter bitch, Beautiful Snow,
whelped April, 1883, by Van (Prince-
Dora) ex Sybil (Leicester-Doll); bred
by E. L. Mayberry, Los Angeles.
All-Aged stake— Leavesley names J. W.
Orear's black and white Laverock setter
bitch Pearl Lav. rack, by Prince Laverack
(Thunder-Peeress) ex Lulu Laverack (Car
lowitz-Petree); whelped November, 1882.
IV Leavesley names Anzar's black, white
and tan setter bitch Ola, by Count War
wick (Gauze's Warwick-Belle) ex Bartlett's
Leah 11. (Royal Duke Leal.); whelped 1881.
E. Leavesley names James M. Donahue's
black and tan Gordon-English setter bitch
Maude, by Orear's Joe (Blossom-Moll
11.) ex Leavesley's Juno Belton-Belle);
whelped January, 1882. IV Leavesley' names
his own orange and white English setter
hitch Lola Montez, by Rob Roy ex Ola;
whelped September, 1883. Crittenden Rob
inson names De Vuall's lemon and white
English setter bitch Wildflower, by Regent
(Royal Duke-Gift) ex Beauty (Ralston-
Nellie Sutherland); whelped June, 1882.
George W. Bass ford names liver and white
point'!' bitch Gracie Bow, by Ring Bow ex
Grade. 11. C. Chipman, Saeram.
names red Irish bitch Beatrice, whelped
April, ISS2, b\ Shokoe [Don Zooler-Mollie
Plunkett) ex Nellie (Quaker-Clytie). Geo.
W. Ellery names j^^j::.;:'ii! Snow. [See
entry in Derby .- :.ik>.^i
New Incorporations. The following in
corporations were filed with the Secretary
of State yesterday : The Stockton Gaslight
and Heat Company, for the purpose of
manufacturing, purchasing and selling
illuminating and heating gas. Directors
Edward Barry, George v.. Haight, Sylves
ter lleiumcway, Alfred Eastland, T. R.
( 'allon . Capital stock $250,000, divide*"! into
5,000 ires of the par value of $-30 each.
Petrol, Find Company, for the pur
pose of acquirinj and operating the Hoy
don Converter and process patents and
other mechanical inventions for the use of
petroleum, etc. Principal place of busi
ness, San Francisco. Directors-— John F.
Miller, Patrick Noble, 11. Clay Miller,
Mack Webber, '>. C. Mi11er.. ...".A150 the
Crystal Mining Company, to buy, operate
and sell mines, mill sites, water rights, etc.,
in the Slate of California. Principal place
of business, San Francisco. Directors — W.
W. Walker, A. 11. Hail, Charles 11. Fish,
A. K. Dribow, W. C. Stadfeld. Capital
Stock,' 000,000, divided into 100,000 shares
ol" tlie par value of -.l" each Nestor
Mill and Mining Company. Principal
place "i business, San Francisco. Directors
— Edmund Green. Mark Shepherd, E. F.
Green, P. H. Kraner, Isaac M. Merrill.
Capital stock $100,00. >, divide. I into 100,000
shares of the par value "I $1 each.
Unpi'L- Excited. About 1" o'clock last
night '.lie neighborhood of Second street.
between J and X, was aroused by the re
peated and furious blowing of a police
whistle by the proprietor of the Young
America Restaurant. People rushed from
all quarters '.■> the spot, supposing that
.somebody had been murdered, or was in
process of being slowly carved into mince
meat. Officer Woods and special officer
May made their way through the Crowd
ami into the restaurant. They found two
men seated at one table quietly eating a
meal, and at another a somewhat boozy,
good-natured looking individual bom the
proprietor pointed out as the cause "1" tin*
trouble. Inquiry revealed the fact that the
man bad eaten a fifteen-cent meal, for
wbieh be declined to pay until he could
find an umbrella, which be declared he
had when lie entered the place. The crowd
dispersed as rapidlyjas ii collected.
Burr, ki) to -: __E_DER Him. — Tlio at
torneys IVr " Rebel George," recently sen
tenced lo the State Prison for felony, in
having swindled an emigrant out of a con
siderable sum of money, on Tuesday ap
plied to Supreme Justice Sharps tei for an
order to have him brought before the Court
for probable ..a-.'" in support of a mo
tion for a rehearing. The Justice issued
the order, which was placed in the
hand- of Deputy Sheriff Lee, and thus
armed he went to Foisom and demand) .1
the prisoner from General McComb, War
den of llie prison. The latter declined to
let tin prisoner be taken from there, on the
ground of informality in preparing the
papers . It ap_ears that the order did not
bear the seal and at Station of the Clerk of
the Supreme Court and so Mr. 1..-.' came
back yesterday without his man.
Military Review and Ball.— This
evening, at Armory Hall, Governor Stone
man will review the companies of the First
Artillery Regiment located in this city.
The review will he conducted as a brigade
formation, General J. T. Carev in command,
and will be followed by a brigade dress
parade, after which the spacious hall will
be .-en up to dancers. This entertain
ment opens up the winter festivities, and
no doubt there rill be a very large attend
ance to witness the review, which takes
place at fl clock sharp. The prizes won
by companies on Admission Day will be
awarded by a committee representing the
Native Sons of the Golden West, imme
diately after the dress-parade. The comfort
of the guests will be closely looked after by
the officers of the regiment. Members of
the regiment appearing in uniform will,
with their ladies, be admitted free.
Elegant Residence Sold.— Charles 11.
Eldrcd, proprietor of the State House
Hotel, has purchased of George T. Bush
the elegant residence on the northwest
corner of Fifteenth and 0 streets. The
price paid was $7,500. Tin* lot in sire is 80
by I*3o. The grounds are beautifully laid
out, and growing with rare flowering plants
and shrubbery. It is one of the neatest
-:'.'■!. in the city.
New Lawyers.— -Among those admitted
to practice in the Supreme Court on Mon
day were Frank W. Freeman, Charles E.
Gunn and Frank J. Devlin, of this city.
These arc all young gentlemen well known
in this city, Messrs. Freeman and Gunn
being deputies in the State Library.
Divor.cE Matters. — in Department One
of the Superior Court Ada E. Bryant was
yesterday granted a divorce from Perry M.
Bryant. In tin* matter of Albert Webber
vs. Mary Webber, a supplemental decree
was entered awarding plaintiff the custody
of the children. • / ; -
A Confidence Game that Failed.
The Ottumwa (Iowa) Daily Courier of the
3d inst. publishes the following concerning
a confidence game which was attempted
from this city : " Forborne months past
Charles A. Bailey, the son of Bey. Dr.
Bailey, of this city, has been traveling in
business in California, and has had his let
ters directed to the Western Hotel at Sac
ramento. His mother received a postal
card from him at San Francisco, where he
said he had gone on a business errand for a
'lav. dated September 4th. A lew days
later Mrs. Bailey received a letter from a
stranger, who called himself P. Lowen.
written on a letter-head of the Western
Hotel, Sacramento, dated September Cth,
saving that Charles A. Bailey had broken
his right arm and was at his house, out of
money, and requested his mother to send
him $50 for him to P. Lowen, to pay the
doctor and get needed medicine. This letter
caused Mr. and Mrs. Bailey no little anxie
ty, and they wrote to the Western Hotel and
the proprietor replied that he knew no such
man as P. Lowen. They wrote also to P.
Lowen to learn the particulars about the
breaking of the arm. They received an
other letter as if dictated by Charlie, but
written in the same hand as P. Lowen's
letter, saying his arm was getting worse,
and he was likely to die, and the doctor
would not attend to him because he had
no money to pay him, and made a most
pitiful plea. Dr. Bailey wrote to Dr. Frost,
of Sacramento, of whose church Charlie is
a member, and also wrote to Charlie to
make known his wants to Dr. Frost, and if
needful he would help him through Dr.
Frost, but not through P. Lowen, as he
suspected fraud. Dr. Frost replied from
San Francisco that it was evidently a fraud.
Mrs. Bailey about this time recivecl a news
paper from Biggs' Station which was evi
dently addressed in Charley's hand
writing; and the newspaper had the
subscriber's name on at on a printed label,
Price & Godat Dr. Bailey wrote t.i Price
& Godat, at Biggs, Cal., who replied, saying
that Charles A. Bailey was there few
days ago, well and happy; and yesterday
Mrs. Bailey received a card from Charley
at Reno., Nev., saying be had not heard
from her since July or August. So P.
Lowen's confidence game only resulted in
his wasting his postage stamps and stealing
a few valueless letters. But for at time it
gave great anxiety to Mr. and Mrs. Bailey."
Rain Approaching.— Sergeant Barwick,
of the Signal Oilice, says there was light
rain yesterday at San Francisco, to the
amount of .10 of an inch. It was raining
at Sau Diego at 8 p. m. last night. There
had been up to that time .02 of an inch.
The following theory regarding the full
moon and the weather may be of interest
to many readers of the Record-Union :
"The theory that the full moon period is
attended, especially in autumn and winter,
by a considerable fall of temperature over
tlie continent was confirmed last month
and is again confirmed. Under the full
moon the earth radiates its heat at night
more rapidly, because the cloud sheet is
comparatively thinned out by the lunar
heat, and the range of temperature during
the day is correspondingly great. The full
moon period has. however, the advantage,
as Humboldt and sir John Herschel
proved, of dissipating considerably the rain
clouds, and hence of giving us finer weather
than we could otherwise expect."
A Goon Showing.— there is any one
thing that the citizens of ' Sacramento are
proud of, or that has greatly added to her
boasted prosperity, it is her building and
loan associations, of which she has several.
The Occidental Building and Loan Associ
ation held its seventh annual meeting at
Sweetser it Alsip's office, on Fourth street,
last evening, which was largely attended
by stockholders. The following Directors
were elected for a term of three van. : L.
L. Lewis, J. F. Hill and W. E. Wise. Di
rector for two years, George E. Bates. The
officers elected for the ensuing term
are Enoch Jacobs. President; L. L.
Lewis. Vice-President; Edwin K. -Alsip,
Secretary; Freeman, Bates and Johnson,
Attorneys; .National Bank of D. O. Mills &
Co., Treasurer. The value of the stock is
as follows: first series, $124 83; second sre
lies, .S7O 73; third series, 3-00 04; fourth
series, .'.-' 28 ; fifth scries, $20 12 ; sixth se
ries, $12 19.
Opera To-Night.— This evening, at the
Metropolitan Theater, the Carieton English
Opera Company will appear for the first
time in this city. The company is under
the personal management and supervision
of W. T. Carieton, the eminent English
baritone, and its personnel includes Miles.
Dora Wiley, Alfa Norman, Jessie Bartlett-
Davis, Rose Beaudet, Clara Windom:
Messrs. Richard Golden, W. H. Clark,
Gustave Adolphi. 11. S. Rattenberry, P.
Doud, F. 11. Ridsdale and a superb
chorus. There can be no questii as to
the merit of this company of vocalists, and
all who wish to enjoy a first-class enter
tainment should nut fail to attend. To
night the attraction will loe -The Drum
Major's Daughter;" to-morrow evening,
'.' The Merry War," and at the matinee on
Saturday, "Fra Diavolo." There will be
no performance on Saturday evening.
Mongolia* -li t:isn;i;DENCE.— The Wood
land Democrat of the llth inst. says: "A
strange judicial proceeding took place yes-'
terday at R. B. Blowers' ranch, among bis
Mongolian employes. A couple of watches
have been stolen, and in order to appre
hend the thief they rut oil' a chicken's
head and placed every man under a solemn
oath, over the dead body, to tell the truth,
the whole truth, and nothing but the truth,
in tin' name of tire sacrificial shanghai.
The Judge presiding, with the utmost grav
ity, proceeded t.i interrogate the witnesses,
but whether any one of the suspicioned
was implicated in the" larceny ami a case
made out against him, could not be ascer
tained from any of those present at ihe
investigation. The feathered sacrifice was
buried.
Tn:-: Tivoli— "The Orphans" was pre
sented for the third time at the Tivoli last
evening to a good house. Little blab-no
an.l Mrs. Cotton, as Louise an.l 1 1 en riot ti*.
do some tine acting. Their support is good,
in fact it is excellent throughout, and all
who attend are well pleased wit!, their
evening's entertainment. Miss Kiltie
mour, a good actress, and 11. 6. Marsh, an
excellent tor, who takes the part of Doc
tor am! Marquis de Linieres, are both
worthy of special mention. Ken. Cotton
appears in bis specialties several limes
during the play, ami his every appearance
is greeted will: applause. The Cotton
family has made a decided hit in Sacra
mento, and are worthy of al! the praise be
stowed upon them.
■• -''A> Settler.' - — Last night there were
among the occupants of the big cell at the
station-house one Dan Murphy, a tough
looking chap, whom officer Coffee brought
in for stealing a couple of wooden buckets
from lis ir.ri. store, and Joe Masterson,
a chronic drunk. These two-worthies got
into a dispute over the political situation,
when Murphy picked up a chair an.l
whacked Masterson over the head with it,
cutting a frightful gash in his scalp ami
causing him to double np on the Boor. The
obstreperous adherent "I Cleveland was re
moved to one of the tanks, where he was
at last accounts figuring up in bis mind the
result in New York.
Babe Bargains. — Bell cl" Co., auctioneers,
advertise a sale of choice oil paintings, steel
engravings, autotypes, chromos and panel
pictures on Friday and Saturday evenings
of this week. The pictures and paintings
are now on exhibition at their large ware
rooms in the Clunie building, No. 801 X
street They are not a "snide" lot, nor a
collection of cheap daubs, but are meritori
ous works of art. They arc handsomely
framed and well worth a visit from all who
have a taste for the beautiful. This i.- a
rare opportunity for those who desire to
embellish their homes with beautiful pict
ures, as the entire lot will be sold for cash
without reserve.
Criminal Cases. Yesterday, in Depart
ment One of the Superior Court, the arraign
ment of Thomas F. and Alio* S. CoSteUo
was continued until I*o a. m. to-day. They
are the parties charged with having bad a
hand in the recent robbery of an Oregon
man George Harris pleaded guilty of
burglary, and will be sentenced to-morrow. '
William Brown, charged with a like
crime, was allowed until to-day to plead.
Police O.i rt. — In this Court yesterday
the embezzlement case of Ed. Boynton, of
I Brighton, was continued till the 14th.
That of H. Buckow, charged with defraud
ing a creditor, was put over until Satur
day. John Fox, a mild-mannered drunk,
was discharged. It was found that James
Dolan had not seriously disturbed the
]• .ice of the Salvation Army, as charged,
and he was released with a reprimand.
r
Lamm do not forget the leather sale at
Barber iV. I'ciilcr t__l J street. *
BRIEF NOTES.
' Senator C. W. Cross, of Nevada City, is
spending a few days in Sacramento.
." Last evening the first of the winter series
of socials by the Gaiete Society was held at
Jacobs' Hall.
General McComb, Warden of the Branch
Prison at Foisom. is spending a few days in
San Francisco. '.;.-."-. ; .:*v*r.-
Superior Judge-elect W. C. Van Fleet
will, it is understood, soon resign his posi
tion as State Prison Director.
Another "sucker" claims to have been
robbed of $20 in the vicinity of Second and
la streets last night by a woman, of course.
Al. Haynian. of the Baldwin Theater,
Eflie Ellsl'er and Frank Weston were pas
sengers on the East-bound train Wednes
day evening. -V .
Court Sacramento, A. 0. F.. will give an
other of their pleasant entertainments and
social dances at Armory Hall, on Wednes
day evening, November 19th.
The four yearlings purchased at the
Winters sale" by W. B. Todhunter were
sold to M. M. Allen for $4,500, and not to
Porter Ashe as has been stated.
A petition in insolvency has been filed in
the Superior Court by Charles W. Gam
mon, a farmer and fruit-grower. His lia
bilities are about $18,600, and his alleged
assets about $40,000.
Justice of the Peace Gilmer has awarded
County Superintendent Bishop judgment
against the county for $65, for set vices ren
dered as member of the County Board of
Education; a demand which the Supervisors
had refused to allow.
Company X, of the National Guard, is
looking up. On Tuesday evening the
names of eighteen new recruits were added
to the roll, and more are coining. It is the
intention of Captain Weinstock to make his
company, if possible, the crack one of the
regiment.
The Albany (Ogn.) Herald, conducted by
ex-Post master Walker, of Woodland, has
been consolidated with the Disseminator,
another paper of that place, Mr. Walker
retiring. We are informed that Mr. W.
will return to Yolo county and engage in
agriculture.
run Sacramento, Ancient Orderof For
esters, hold their regular meeting this
evening. The members of Court Capitol
will pay them a fraternal visit. The mem
bers of Court Sacramento have prepared a
banquet, and their visiting brethren will be
royally entertained.
The new Opera House at Woodland is
now ready for the painters and plasterers,
but the money obtained from the previous
levies is about exhausted, and the Secretary
ofthe association has issued a notice to ail
the stockholders to come forward and pay
the last assessment and take their stock.
In the case of Clark vs. Webb, in Depart
ment One of the Superior Court, yesterday,
a motion to set aside ex parte orders and
compel defendant's attorney to pay over
certain moneys collected by him iii part
satisfaction of plaintiff's judgment, was
granted. In the ease oil. K. de Derkey vs.
John White, the appeal was dismissed.
George G. Blanchard, a Placerville attor
ney, and well known in this city, met with
an accident near the Somerset* louse one
day last week, while en route to Oleta. The
horse he was driving became unmanage
able, ran away, and Mr. Blanchard was
thrown out of the buggy, sustaining a dis
location of the shoulder and some ugly
wounds about the head and face.
PACIFIC COAST ITEMS.
San Joaquin county gave hut one vote to
Butler.
Sonoma's corn crop is pronounced to be
excellent.
Lochicl is a new Postoffice established in
Pima county, A. T.
A carload of walnuts was sent direct to
Chicago from Santa Ana last week.
Umatilla Indians are setting out fruit
trees on their farms on the reservation in
eastern Oregon.
Whisky is smuggled in tin cans into
British Columbia for the laborers on the
Canadian Pacific.
Mayor Chapman, of Portland, Or., has
been arraigned on the charge of perjury
ami given until the I .th instant to plead. '
The Farmington Pott, W. T.. -ays : The
Cceur d'Alene Indians have ail left the re
servation, and an- now at the lake catching
bull trout. 'Ihey catch thousands of
pounds daily.
At Ci 1i!... Or., Monday morning, the ex
press on the Oregon Railway and Naviga
tion collided with the freight, telescoping
the engine. Wells, largo's express mes
senger jumped and lost his life.
Sixty men are at present at work at
Rocky Point, Coos Kay. Or., and from 250
to 270 cubic yards of rock are being dumped
every day. The water is over fifty feel
deep at the outer end of the breakwater,
ami the wall being extended about thirty
feet per month.
Near Soquel, Santa Cruz county, lives a
man who has a beard that trails on the
ground. His Lair hangs down over his
shoulders. This man is a Democrat, and
he vowed In* would never cut his hair or
beard until a Democratic President should
be elected. 11.- was a young man when lie
made this vow, and rejoices now at the pros
pect of being permitted to shave.
Something Perhaps He Would Eat.
Heard a good story on a West End min
ister one day la.-; week. lie is a vege
tarian of the strictest order, anil in til"
course of his pastoral career In- was in
vited out to a Sunday dinner by one of
the sisters of bis Hock, whose name for tin*
nonce shall be Smith. Old man Smith
didn't go to church that morning. His
wife told hini to expect her to bring home
company to dine, and in*, with the aid of
the cook, laid the foundation for a superb
repast. Mrs. Smith came home, but all
the company she brought was the minister.
They were seated at tin- table when this
sort of conversation ensued:
"Mr. Jones," meaning the minister,
"what part of the chicken do you like
best?"
Really, Mr. Smith, I don't care about
any chicken."
" Well, here is some extra fine roast beef;
try some of this."
■• Excuse me, Mr. Smith, 1 will forego
the beef."
■■ ! have some tender lamb here — how
will thai -'.lit ."
" I never enl lamb. "
" Well, now I know yon can't refuse this
boiled ham."
" Pardon in.-, but ham I never touch."
During all this time Smith's father,' an
old gray-haired -sinner, had been seated
near him watching operations, ami. stand
ing it as long as lie could, squeaked out in
a piping voice:
"John, may bo tin* fool will suck
an egg." .
The enjoyment of tin* dinner was
spoiled.
Sale of Colusa Land?.— On Saturday,
the _M)tli day of this month, there will be
sold at auction, at Willows, Colusa county,
25,000 acres of choice farming land. This
large body of land has been cropped to
wheat and raised this year mi 7,000 acres
165,000 bushels, and will he offered in trail.
of 160 acres, or more, with one stock ram;!'
of 6,000 acres. The land has four towns,
Willow, Logandale, Delavan and Norman
on it: railroad runs through the land;
part is in summer-fallow ami part in v..1
--unteer, Land-seekers can have tickets at
reduced excursion prices I" eny town from
now to day of sale, to give ample time to
examine the land. An excursion train
will leave San Francisco mi Friday, Novem
ber 2Sth, for Willows. W. C. Murdoch, at
Willow.-, or De .larnatt & Crane, at Colusa,
will take all Land-seekers free of charge
over the land. This hind has been subdi
vided into small tracts for the express pur
pose of attzactiog immigration, an.l will
be sold very low to actual settlers. Terms
of sale: One-third cash, balance in one
an.l two years, at "1 per cent per annum.
It i- claimed that the summer-fallowed and
volunteer land will pay the lirst credit
payment the coming season. All inquiries
in San Francisco should be made at the
Pacific Coast Land Bureau, 22 Montgomery
street
The munificence of Ilan-Qua, the great
Chinese millionaire banker, draws atten
tion to .he fact that in China nearly nil the
bankers are pawnbrokers. Goods arc pledged
at from a quarter to a half of their market
value, and at the end of three years become
the property of the banker. Legal interest
in the Flowery Kingdom is 20 per cent., or
as much thereunder as the lender will ac
cept. Bankers? interest runs as high as 35
per cent, per annum.
Angostura Bitters i- a household word
all over the. world. For over 50 years it has
advertised itself by its merits. It is now
advertised to warn the public against coun
terfeits. The genuine article is manufact
ured hv J. G. 15. _icgert c. Sons.
THE COURTS.
SUPREME COURT.
IS HANK.
Wednesday. November 12, 1884.
Court met pursuant to adjournment. Present,
Morrison. C. J., presiding; McKinstry, 1., Me-
Kee, J., Sharpstein, J.; McCarthy, Clerk; -'ink
ier, Bailiir.
8072— Pacific Gold Mining Company vs. Em
pire Gold Mining Company— Continued for the
term.
8073— Pacific Gold Mining Company vs. Km
pile Gold Mining Company — Same order.
91SS— Evans vs. Boss et — Same order. . . ■■:': .;.
9319— Wilson vs. Bernard it Co.— Same order.
9029— Smyth vs. Stockton and Copperopolis
Railroad Company Same order.
9251— Saunders vs. Hurling— Same order.
8520— Brown vs. Moore. Judge— Same order.
9033— Richards, administrator, vs. Wetmore et
Ordered submitted on briefs on file.
9451— Cross vs. Sacramento Savings Bank-
Same order.
9-95— Cleghorn vs. t.'leghorn— Same order.
9373— Helm vs. Chapman— Same order.
Estate of Keistrath— Same order. ''■'*.«
Butcher vs. Vaca Valley and Clear Lake
Railroad— Same order.
Henderson vs. Grammar et Same
order.
7608— Estate of Merrifield vs. Longmire et ul.—
Same order.
8775— Scott vs. Sierra Lumber Company— On
motion of Cope for appellant herein, ordered
that case be transferred to Sun Francisco.
8306— City of Stockton vs. Dahl et al.— On mo
tion of Carter for appellant herein, ordered that
appellant be allowed twenty days to file brief,
respondent twenty days to reply, appellant ten
days to reply thereto, cause to be thereupon sub
mitted '■■i- .'-; :■-■'■
'j_7_— Hiiggerty vs. Powers —On motion of
Scanaker for respondent, ordered that respond
ent be allowed twenty days to Hie brief, appel
lant ten days to reply, and respondent ten days
to reply thereto, cause thereupon to be submit
ted. ' '
Thompson et al. vs. Spray— On motion of
White for appellant, ordered that appellant be
allowed twenty days to file brief, respondent
twenty .lays to reply, cause thereupon to be sub
mitted.
9371 — eummings v.. Conlan— On motion of
Severance for appellant, same order made.
9089— Hart vs. western Union Telegraph Com
pany— Argued by Barnes for appellant, McKuue
for "respondent." Ordered that respondent be
allowed twenty days to file brie!, appellant
twenty days to reply, case then to be submitted.
9122 and 9123— Eureka Lake ami Yuba (.'anal
Company vs. Superior Court of Yuba County—
On motion of Byrne for petitioners herein, or
dered that petitioners be allowed thirty days to
file brief, respondent thirty days to reply, and
petitioners twenty days to reply thereto, cause
to be thereupon submitted.
7762— Learner et aL vs. Castle et Ordered
that appellant be allowed twenty day to file
brief, respondent twenty days to reply, appel
lant ten days to reply thereto, cause to be there
upon submitted.
8550 Packard vs. Johnson— that ap
pellant be allowed fifteen days to file brief, re
spondent twenty days to reply, and appellant
ten days to reply thereto, cause to be then sub
milted.
Packard vs. Johnson— Same order.
Adjourned.
9772— George vs. Dunn Motion to dismiss ap
peal from judgment granted. The Court.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
Ariel Lathrop is in the city.
A. J. Bump, of Court hind, is in town.
J. 11. Foster, of Placerville, is In town.
.1. M. Porter and C. H. Porter, of Stockton, are
in the city.
Edwin c. Rutherford, of Foisom, Is visiting
Sacrameuto.
Miss Florence Doty, of Elk Grove, is visiting
friends in this city.
Mr. J. W. i'hilipps and Mrs. C. La Nell, of
Gait, are in the city.
A. A. Van Voorhies and wife are spending a
few .lay. at the Bay.
M. T. Brewer and Alex. Badlam, of San Fran
cisco, spent yesterday in this city.
Miss Mary Griffin, of this city, has taken
charge of a school in Yolo comity".
John Talbot, wife and two children left yester
day for a short visit to Germantown.
Mrs. Vf. R. S. Foye and Miss Lizzie Stevenson,
of this city, are visiting San Francisco.
A. Menke, IL Weinri.-h and Clans Anderson
went to San Frauciseo by last evening's train.
Dr. Leverson, member of the last Legislature.
from San Francisco, lett here for the Bay yester
day.
Mrs. M. E. Barrett, who has been visiting
friends at Marysville, has returned to her home
in this city.
Miss Laura Miller, of this city, left Monday
last for Massachusetts, where she goes to visit
her grand parents.
Rev. Hiram dimming- came up from the Bay
on the noon train yesterday, en route to Pilot
Hill, El Dorado county.
Geo. T. Bush and family left for San Francisco
yesterday, with the intention of making the Bay
City their future residence.
United States Marshal Drew has sufficiently
recovered from his late Indisposition to be able
to resume his duties nt the Bay.
General W. If. L. Barnes, the well-known San
Francisco lawyer, who had been in attendance
on the Supreme Court, returned to the Bay last
evening.
Judge I. S. Belcher, of Marysville. and County
Clerk Lee. of Yuba county, were in town yester
day attending to some business before the Su
preme Court-
v:. Wright, Gait; Adorn Kesselring, Gold Hill.
El Dorado county ; J." ICinsly, Mud Springs,' and
Montague R. Leverson, of San Francisco, came
to the city yesterday.
Arrivals at the Golden Eagle lintel yesterday:
E. C. Mix. New York; B. McMullin, A. Caro, li.
Peyser, San Francisco; I. S. I'c-lclicr, Marvsville;
W. Hickox, F. M. Pridle, 11. I-'. Deane. W. 11.
Brown, George Fawlamb, San Francisco: C.
Warner, Oakland; w. L. Cornelius, New York;
Henry Van Heusen and wife, Miss X. G. Van
Heusen, San Francisco; E. Ebarts and wile,
I". S. A.; .1. Brown, Milpitas: B. L. McCain, Los
Angeles; 15. Goldsmith, San Francisco,
PASSENGERS FROM THE EAST.
[SPECIALLY ED TO THE EECOKD- C.VION.J
Newhalx, November l_th.— The following
overland passengers passed here November 12th,
to arrive in San Francisco to-morrow: i:. I).
Stakes, Philadelphia; Howard Stakes, Long
Branch; Mr.-, s. Walton, Charles Kohler. Jr.,
Mr.-. Marry Fargo, Mrs. John Sinclair, Mi-- Sin
clair, Norman Sinclair, Rev. Win. Kincaid, M.
L. Palmer, W. A. Dennis, J. Dutch, Sail Francis
c: il. Keimyer, Richmond, Va.
I'r.OMONToi-.v (I'tah), November 12th.— The lol
lowing overland passengers passed here to
day, to arrive in Sacramento November llth:
N. Walter, London; D. >'„ Macnabb, .1. Frank
Mrs. 0. 1!. Leitch, New York: Mrs. Dr. McNull,
San Francisco; X. Avery, Sacramento; O. Grous
lurjr. San Francisco; J. Whiteman, I."- Angeles;
Mrs. L. Bells. Oakland: Mrs. J. DcForee, Santa
Monica; W. L. Van Hoilingcr, John Lew. W. 11.
Darwin, Ban Francisco; J. Welch. New i'ork: S.
'i. Nelson, w. C. Ackerman.S. P. Paul, R. Ilalvn
tine and wife, F. J. Weidensall and wife, San
Francisco.
Did Ohio Once Boss China ?—Search
ing in the history of China for evidences
of a stone age, Joseph Edkins finds that
as far back as 1.. C. 2205, in the lime of
Yu, all the common metals are men
tioned in a list of tribute offered the Em
peror. Fifty years before the Emperor
Shun had buried gold to make the people
less covetous. A stone hatchet has lately
been found near Kalgan in a mound forty
feet high. The mound and others in it".
neighborhood are said to resemble those of
Ohio, and the hatchet i- not to Ik* distin
guished from those of the " mound build
ers" in Ohio museums.— [Philadelphia
Ledger.
"A Slight Coll," Coroii*. .— -" Brown's
Ironchial Troches" give immediate relief.
MARRIED.
Sacramento, November 12— P.y Rev. 11. 11. Rice,
at the residence of A. B. Cheney, Havden F.
Wilson, ol (Iran. l Island, Colusa county; to
Lena Bagwill. of ("osumneß.
Sacramento, November 12— Hy Rev. 11. 11 Rice,
nt the residence of Mrs. J." I'hl, Emanuel J.
Brazile to Berlin A. Mucke, both of Sacra-
mento. [No cards.]
Sacramento, November 12— By Rev. 11. 11. Rice,
James I', Sloat 1.. Julia T. Hempel, both of
Snernmento.
San Francisco. October 26— At St. Mary's Cathe-
dral, Joseph m. Lyons, of San Francisco, to
Kiltie ('. Brown, of Sacramento.
mmmmmmmm i iii.--__-_____-________________k
HORN*.
Sacramento, November 10— Wife of Al. Toland,
son.
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DIED.
Sacramento, November Mary, wife of James
Touhey, a native of County 'Tipperary, Ire-
land, 40 years,- months and 11 days.
[Friends and acquaintances arc respectfully In-
vited to attend the fuaeral, which will take
place from her late residence, Sixth street,
between N and 0, this afternoon at 2 o'clock:
thence to St. Rose Church, where funeral
services will lie held.] :■-''_* * ■
Sacramento, November 12— Jnv E., son of the
late Dr. li. It. Howell, a native ot Ko.t.iria.
Ohio, 21 years, 9 months and '26 days, [funeral
private.]
Sacramento, November 11 — Thirzn S. Yates, a
native of New York, 51 years, 7 months and 17
.In }'.-.
PILES! PILES!! PILES!!!
Sure cure for Blind, Bleeding nnd Itching
Piles. One bent has cured the worst cases Of w
Years' standing- No one need suffer five min-
utes after using William's Indian Pile Ointment.
It absorbs tumors, allays itching, acts ns a poul-
tice, gives Instant relief. Prepared only for Piles,
itching Of the private parts; nothing else. Sold
by druggists, and mailed on receipt of price, EO
cents ___<■ 8L For sale by KIRK, GEARY & CO.
011-lvTuThS
■feßi re* *-**vavne*s '
SSI r S OINTMENT
vSmiSJ ll -L— Lib-- tl a pleasant, cure aire.
IgP ■ -r*-™ •****■* ~" SYMPTOM, mra
'-■ ITftUlll**. nil TC Mol«tiin.',mrl.ini:.»or,_
ra ' rCHING PILES »*-«*■»•*«■*! .«-i. v
13 jf, ;i','„"*, U . ' ".^0.|..1....rm...1...1. '
.. r_sA-wly
WILCOX & WHITE ORGANS ,—_- li-
took First Premium at Stateg»^V far".
Fair, 1884. UK. HAMMER, 820 JlTyll
street. Sole Agent for Pacific Coast. » • . *:J-
Flue Accordcons, Violins and Banjos a specialty.
One Second-hand Upright and two Second-hand
Square Pianos for sale cheap. auS- *f
THIS MORNING, BUBBLE BLOWERS, i CENT
EACH. NOTION COUNTERS.
f RICES ..DOWN.™ QUALITIES UP.
An increasing business has justified us this season
in adding largely to our assortment of FLANNELS,
'- and while in every case we have kept the prices down,
in many grades we have been able to improve the quali-
: ties. We call attention to our full stock of
■-■
Shaker Flannels, in white and red and all grades.
Red Twilled and Medicated Flannels.
Navy Blue and Gray, for shirts, etc., 25 cents per yard
and upwards.
Extra-heavy Dress Flannels, in a variety of colors.
Imported French Plaid Flannels, with tleece back ;
lower grades in goods of domestic manufacture,
from 35 cents up.
T_l -r '11 ' 1 111 * 1 _-_* *" T-1 1 r
Heavy Twilled Plaid Shirting Flannels, from 25 cents
upwards.
Basket, Honeycomb and Embroidered' Flannels.
COMFORTABLES.
Plain Comfortables, $1.
Heavier Grades, $1 75 and $2 25.
Best Quality Turkey Red-lined Comfortables, $3 25
ana $4.
Finest Sateen-lined Comfortables, with best grade fill-
ing, $5*
JVIELANGES/rND TRICOTS.

; Tricot and Jersey Cloths., 54 inches wide, $1 and $1 20.
Melange Ladies' Cloth, 54 inches wide, $] and $1 20.
French. Ladies' Cloth, extra-heavy, from $1 to $1 85.
Umbrellas, 40 cents to $3. The " Rainstorm " Um-
brella, patent double frame, $1 15.
JViiLLINERY ODDS ENDS.
Ladies' Felt Turbans, 47 cents.
New Shapes in Doll Hats, 15 cents.
Children's Felt Sailors, 47 cents.
• Ladies' Black Canton Bonnets, 17 cents.
Infants' Cashmere and Lace Bonnets, 87 cents.
Moscow Beavers, 13 cents.
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W£!)*-SO-&aMMMTj&
4-00. 402, 404. 406,408 K5t., Sacramento.
CASH ! CASH !
SIX J Stroot.
Already has our appearance in the Grocery
Trade been rewarded with success. The credit
bouses are groaning through the effect of cur
Low ["rices, but the people are happy and jubi-
lant because they now receive value for their
money. We wish to say that the secret of suc-
cess is Economy, and where can one better
economize than in buying at a house where a
.' -ii system is pursued. Credit houses meet
with losses; and who pays for those losses?
Why the cash customer. If yon do not want to
pay' fur what sotflebody else gets, then buy your
goods from a house that
Sells Strictly for Cash.
We make do losses and can sell cheap. Wa ask
the public to give ii. *i trial and see what a
savii g you can make. We are offering :
3-lb. can Soused Mackerel 40 ct..
3-lb. can Tomatoes 10 cts.
1-lb. can Pure Pepper 25 cts.
6-lb. box Kingsford's Starch 60 cts.
131 lbs. Golden C Sugar $1 00
11} lbs. Granulated Sugar 1 00
And all other goods in proportion. We hive
just received some Chiee Strained Honey. Also, '
Atmore's Mince Meat, both of which are very '
fine.
Country Orders Kecelvo Prompt Attention.
Lamberts Co.
511 J street, between Fifth and Sixtii.
ofi-Sptf
Ml FOR THE
A, Handkerchief,
: ' : • . \ THE
l|»l "Toilet
.'•"-I.i;,;.. . . .'. "1 a
Mii§9
.: •■^i-..*, ■ AND
;- J J The Bktlt.
■ $ifkj. . —
t '__ *"-£''- S**4 - - fci***
c-&"*-r?ia?%fc*L Beware tf Ccunterfelli
- MURRAY & IiNHA-i'S I
PloridaWatep.
The Universal Perfume.
Islands in San Joaquin River
FOR t3-A.l_.-B.
All or "Winters' Island (nearly 700 acre*),
with good House. Barns, etc.; will sell for
$12,000, or lease forSTOQ per year. . V. .
AH of West's Island, surrounded by wil-
lows and blackberry bushes (about 200 acres):
will sill for 83,500; SO acres already rented;
would lease balance for S'JOO per year.
Pact of New York Island, with House,
etc. (_OO acres); will sell for 88,000, or lease
forS-TM ) per year. Titles, State patents without
a cloud.
Tlie areas of these islands are constantly in-
creasing, and the law gives the owner the ac-
cretions. Sherman Island— whose wonderful
products, until the cultivators foolishly burned
the soil astonished everyone separated from
these islands only I.v the San Joaquin river.
These are the highest and driestof theso-caHed
tule islands. The live stock on Winters' Island
were safely kepi through the great flood of
186V2. At "low tide .luring the great freshets
these hue's stand about four feet above the sur-
rounding waters. These islands. Winters' lsland
especial!}*, are covered with a luxuriant growth
of nutritious grasses, among them a species of
red-top clover, affording excellent pasturage for
hundreds of head of stock. Th" band of cattle
lately sold from Winters' Island were all In
prime beef condition, having raised calves and
kept in such condition en merely the wild
grasses ot the island. Osier willow sells at a very
high figure, and there is no known local bel-
ter adapted to its culture. Good local markets,
schools and churches.
- For maps and furthcj particulars apply to
A. LEONARD & SON,, V
Real Estate and Insurance Agents, 101 -
Fourth street, Sacramento. mrlT-l'plm
.*- -* - - — _ -mwji gy_ laaaw. ■■■ ■"■ im.™ — . —■ ■ ■ ,HMW
A. 1. JOHNSTON. R. W. LEWIS.
LEWiS & JOHNSTON,
No. 410 J STREET,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS,
SACRAMENTO. n . _pCm
-B-E-O ZKT _E3'*SV^^.-EtL_E3,
'HIE CELEBRATED PEORIA MARE.
" GARLAND" SEWER TRAPS !
The only TRAP that stood the Xew York test
-_. o__*__*«, Cotta \A/"«.__o
SEWER AND CHIMNEY PIPES.
HOBBY & SMITH,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS,
*N~o. 41". .1 street. Sacramento.
Stock Ranc|lor Sale!
I lI AVE FOR PALE :1,300 ACRES OF LAND
in a body, in Elko County, Nevada, suitable
for a STOCK RANCH. The Land is We.l
watered, an.l is nearly all natural meadow, pro-
ducing good hay without cultivat'on, and is
located within half a mile of Halleck Station,
on the V. I. 11. It. There are many thousand
acres of Railroad and Government Land that
are controlled by water rights of the above.
XS- If not sold soon a good tenant can
lease for a term «>f years on liberal
terms.
172 V; Acres on Old Jackson Road, about
eight miles easterly from Sacramento city.
Small house: Rood barn; small orchard and
vineyard. Price, 80,500.
APPLY TO
W. P. COLEMAN,
NO. 335 J STREET, SACKAJ-E-TTO.
3NOTICE3!
Agricultural Land to Rent!
QQA ACRES OF FIRST-CLASS AGRI-SBC.
OO" cultural Land to Rent, from one to .*■"■*
tive years, in tracts to suit. This Land is «**»
situated on the San Juan Grant, in Sacramento
county; is well watered, and well fenced; re
centlv cleared, ami wi^l produce Thirty Bushels
of Wheat to the Acre. Apply to JOHN T. CARD-
WELL, I'.ls Seventh street, Sacramento; or to
JOHN LAWTOX, Ashland, Sacramento county.
nS-istf
MRS. E. M. WIEDMANN,
No. IK J street, bet. fourth and Fifth,
No. 4-1 X st. (Metropolitan Building)
Wholesale and Retail Manufacturer and
Importer of
CAKT-DIES!
And Dealer in all kinds of NUTS.
A Large nnd Complete Assortment of
is_"t_____.« i*-. Toys!
UlL'-Sptf •*
BELL CONSERVATORY, -
Tenth and I streets, Sacramento, CaL,
Dealers in all kinds of Garden and Green-house
Plants.
CUT FLOWERS.
OUR CUT FLOWER DEPARTMENT <£«&.
is complete in every respect and *hSS
has our especial attention during tirc"***gSP
winter months. Designs appropriate for *gj
all occasions kept in stork and tastefully ar-
ranged on short notice. Flower pieces sent to
any part of the State or Western Nevada. Tele-
graphic orders receive prompt attention. Tele-
phonic connection to all parts of the city. Cus-
tomers will lind that our prices compare favor-
ably with those of any florist in the State, 016-tf
*-_E> £? K^H OO
o*2 I| "2 M^-3- """"1
p_S f" " i^il3- s * IL ** V **~3*J * S
gars, ■ rs, | | m smz w
Pi 3 _ .2" IS 1 — is.- — -y^
&h "3 1 .-? .:>;-! S LAIXtSASD -S
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1 -SOO-lyTuThS
SAMUEL JELLY,
-No. 4SS 3" stroot, toot. X*o--__-*t__i ct. __"*i_.t__*._
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry and Silverware.
THE BEST WORK FOR THE LEAST MONEY.
■C>»-£«.-__LXxf._-.otix-rA_a-S «*» nopairixic a Spoolalty.
_ dS-3plm *
C. S. HOUGHTON,
No. 615 J street, between Sixth and Seventh : : : : : Sacramento*
WHOLESALE BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
DEALER IN
Christmas and Holiday Goods!
*3_T My stock is now ready for the inspection of the Trade. It has
never been so large, varied and attractive, and low in price, as now.
Dealers arc cordially invited to call and examine my line of goods.
ofi-.ii :.'.':-
-EsLX_iXJ_tJ!a*3_3 cto __r"X_iC_>__33____Eta-, *&
7\ WATCHMAKERS J. JEWELERS, 428 J street, bet. Fourth an.l Fifth. £>**L
I ■*it* S «-_** Dealers in WATCHES. JEWELRY AND DIAMONDS. Rci*lrinc* in -.'; ii-siSudß
branches a Specialty, nnder MR. FLOBERG. Agent- for ROCKFORD WATCH COMPANY. JaMpS
ALLTHE NEW SCHOOL BOOKS
.______. SS-A.T7^T*3. -E-Xj3__i3__'SB.
No». 703 am! 710 J STREET, BETWEEN SEVENTH AND EIGHTH, SACRAMENTO.
J. €2r. -E>__s_."*CTlS, -13.3. 3___ t&t.. Strto2'«.2e__a.oi_Lto,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN FURNITURE, CARPETS, Etc.
«5-Country onlers solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed. :ptf
HEW GOODS! STYLISHGOODS! CHEAP GOODS!
JUST IS STOCK,
3£*i-*co Car-loada of Assorted _?iir_ait\iro I
RIGHT FROM THE FACTORY.
I can quote the Lowest Price on every line. Get my prices, an.l compare) them with any other
House before you buy. Come to my store, and you will find Roods an.l prices that will astonish yon.
JOHN IOIE^iHSTD-lINriESiE-1.,
No 3. 604, 606 and 608 X STREET, [n9-Bptf] _ SACRAMENTO
tt 3E31- x^7"____o_s_:____:c_>3-=iJS_r, *&
Jp% Ijoadi-ig uo-jp-olor of Saoramonto. t_?^
-MMMW asfiil anil Direct Importer of the Celebrated PATEK PHILIPPE .*' !-"*_e__S
CO. WATCHES!— THE BEST IN THE WOULD. SIGN : THE TOWN CLOCK.
No. 315 J street (north side) |ja2_-_ptf] between Third ami Fourth, Sacramento*
HUNTINGTON,
HOPKINS&CO,,
IMPORTERS OF
HARDWAREf
BLACKSMITHS'
AND
__vx_.?_.c_E__:i3xrxs_c-a*.'
TOOLS and SUPPLIES
A FULL LINE OF
Sporting Goods
SHOTGUNS, i-IPLES,
__7 , is____._t__-_S Taciilo,
ETC., ETC.
Sacramento and San Francisco. ;
_jlll-tf
To Print is one thing. To Print well is another I
thing.
THE
Valley Press
STEAM POWER PRINTING OFFICE,
_M*o. 3-2*7 _T S'T__^:__-____--_
(North side), bet. Third and Fourth.
iff FOUNDED IN 1808 BY E. G. JEFFERIS.
jell-tf-is n. A. Tf EAVEI-. Proprietor.
NATIONAL ASSURANCE CO.
OF IRELAND.
Established A. D. 1522.
Authorized Capital !*3!!).n00,00O
Subscribed Capital 5,000,00 C
H. M. NEWHALL & CO.,
GENERAL AGENTS
j_r"«_>:_"* __r*£*<_.±__io Coast
S. TRYON, Agent.
Olliee, Capital Woolen ."ll ill-.. 823 J street,
SACRAMENTO.
o'_>-_m
CHICKERING PIANOS
-WILCOX & WHITE OEGAI.S !-
L. K. HAMMER, Gen. Agt.,
No. 820 if street,. _ ...Sacramento.
INSTRUMENTS SOLD ON THE INSTALI.
ment plan. Orders lor TUNING promptly at-
tended to. Old Pianos taken in exchange, sheet
Music and a full line of musical merchandise
always on hand. !yls-tl
WOODBURN & BARNES
(Successors to E. L. Billings & Co.),
No. 417 X Street, between Fourth & Fifth, Sacra
mento,
IM PORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
In the Finest Itrandies, Wines and Liquors
jy]s-islm * .
WATERHOUSE & LESTER,
V- IMPORTERS OF -■■.'
"_7Sr__3_CS-€_>_>_r X_iT_r3V_C3BS.l^
AND CAKKIAGE TRIMMINGS,
709, 711, 713 and 715 J Street, Sacrament
Nos. If. to 22 Beale Street San Francisco
No. 159 Front Street fjyl-tfl New Yor
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BASED. HOUSES.
NATIONAL BANK
D.O. Mills & Co.,
SACRAMENTO, CAL.
CATIT-VL .-. *300,0_0.
EDGAR MILLS - President.
FRANK MILLER _. Cashier.
V.'V DIRECTORS:
D. 0. MILLS, EDGAR MILLS,
W. E. CHAMBERLAIN, C. H. HUBBARD,
FRANK MILLER. oli'-lptf
CHAS. CROCK A. C. WOOLWORTH, W. H. CROCKER.
CROCKER, WOOLWORTH & CO.
3E3__-_-_-_r__C_E___f.S
322 Pine Street „. San Francisco,
Carry on a General Banking Business. Cor-,
respondents in the Principal Cities of the
Eastern States and in Europe. jy.-lplm
CALIFORNIA STATE BANK.
Does a General Banking linslness.
MM- Draws Exchange on all the principal
cities of the world. . . •
OFFICERS:
President — •- N. D. RIDEOUT.
Vice-President. ...FREDERICK COX
Cashier , ■ - A. ABBOTT
DIRECTORS:
C. W. CLARK, GEO. 0. PERKINS,
JOSEPH STEFFENS, J. R. WATS _N,
N. D. RIDEOUT, FREDERICK COX,
A. ABBOTT, v _U6-
EUREKA CARRIAGE FACTORY,
Standard Works ofthe Pacific Coast
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Eight Gold Medalsl Eight Silver Medals
From the Mechanics' Fair of San Francisco, and
California and Nevada Falls alto.
118 FIRST-CLASS PREMIUMS
FOR THE BEST WORE.
«S- One of my BUGGIES la worth. Six Cheap
Eastern Buggies.
HARRY BERNARD,
Manufacturer, corner Sixth and I, street-,
SACRAMENTO.
I have for sale, at the lowest possible prices:
Family Carriages: Open Buggies; Light Top '
Buggies: Heavy Top Buggies; Farmers' Car-
riages; Trotting Wagons and Sulkies. Carriage
Painting and Trimming, at lowest prices. None
but experienced workmen employed. Repairing
neatly done. Call at the Factory. Work built
to order at the lowest prices. Send your order. .
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DR. C. H. WEST,
ThE INVFNTOR, A w f~*"ir^
1 patentee an. I owner xs^ - ' -iii****'
of tin* so-called/^&^^^v'av^^-^-^VJj
"Home Belt;" to any) "jAUCTRD-Mr nii_A' BELT^I
one wishing it willV*^>^"-^l^^ifl>
sell it for $10. But Vsg|3S£*jl^'a , £i£s-*^
I have an improved *
Electro-Medical Belt superior to any in the
world; scientifically tested by competent elec-
tricians, and so pronounced. The only Pelt Unit
will carry a current of electricity through the
human system. < 'ores all diseases without medi-
cine; restores lost manhood, Send for circular.
Price, *10. Sent C. O. D. or for on- h. ('. N.
WEST, 652 Market street, below Kearny, San
Francisco, Cal. Beware of frauds. KIKK,
GEARY _. CO., Agents, Sacramento. 017-Sp
SO Days' Trial.
** _ To young, , ■;.;, rich
f -_^o_i.'ir*'-:^s_- >. or pour, both sexes,
f fi -"-"X)HO .*i.>.v "'"l' drugging and
(rFyr-.f:: 2- l'i < "re yourself** ith DR.
F»;*--fi!TSiC 1 -*-.-^ jIIORaNE'S (new in,.
-HiCWa i '">*s«*lQ*^ proved) Electric Belt.
-s. *-*- V !>--:i.---~' JElectrieityis life, and
* — — -iVr." — alack of it Is disease
and death. Thousands testify to its priceless
value. Whole family can wearsarae belt, cures
withont medicine Pains in ihe Back, Hips, Head
or Limbs, Nervous Debility, Lumbago, General
Debility, Rheumatism, Paralysis, ' Neuralgia,
Sciatica, Disease of Kidneys, Spinal Diseases,
Torpid Liver, Gout, Asthma, Heart Disease, Dys-
pepsia, Constipation, Erysipelis, Indigestion,
Knpture, Catarrh, Piles, Epilepsy, Ague, Dia-
betes. Send stamp for pamphlet. W.J. iiornf.
Inventor, Proprietor and Manufacturer, 191 Wa-
bash avenue, Chicago, 702 MARKET STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. sl-opAwtf
SALE OF SACRAMENTO COM BONDS.
>rOTICH IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT SEALED
J-N bids will be leccived by the Treasurer of
Sacramento connty, at his office in the city of
Sacramento, until 12 o'clock noon of the
TWENTY-FOURTH day of NOVEMBER, 1884,
tor the purchase of One Hundred and Twenty-
six Bonds of Sacramento county, for jihe sum of
Hue Thousand Dollars each, redeemable on or
in-fore January first, 1895, and bearing interest
nt the rate of four and one-half per cent, per
annum, payable semi annually.
No bid for less than the par value of said bonds
will be accepted, and the right is reserved to
reject any and nil bids.
By order of the Board of Supervisors of Sac-
ramento county. I. M. SMITH.
President of the Board of Supervisors.
ni-3w A. S. GREENLAW, Count y Treasurer.
TO MY OLD PATRONS.
T STILL OFFER MY VALUABLE SERVICES
1 if you OFFER MY VALUABLE SERVICES
if you nre so unfortunate hs to require them.
With ii mind matured and enriched by studies of
an advanced order, 1 can safely say thai there Is
hardly a disease in the catalogue of human ills
that 1 cannot treat to a successful issue.
ladies— l am always ready to assist you. My
past knowledge has been increased by extensive
experience. lam now able to treat you with
the certainty* of snecesr. No case peculiar to
yonr delicate organism is beyond my sure control.
.My Female Monthly Medicines lire superior to
nny offered heretofore, and will be warranted to
have the desired effect in nil eases.
Those of the public who need my services can
depend upon gentlemanly, honorable and sci-
entific treatment at reasonable rates.
I address particularly those who have been in-
lured by youthful indiscretions, arid those who
have contracted local diseases.
Persons afflicted can, if they pre'er. consult
me by letter, detailing the symptoms of the dis-
ease or trouble, and receive medicines by ex-
press, with full instructions. All letters must
be directed : J. H. JOSSELYN, M. D., 22b" Sutter
Street, San Francisco, Oil.
Cure warranted in all cases, or no pay re-
quired. Consultation, personally or by letter,
gratis. Send for book. Comfortable apartments
for patients at my Infirmary (when desired),
with experienced nurses.
Consultation Parlors. 220 Sutter street, adjoin-
ing the Young Men's Christian Association
Building. ;--:'.-_.
Office Hours— From 9 A. M. to 8 P. M.
My Diploma hangs In my ofilce.
Purchase my Essay on Physiology and Marri-
age. For sale" by all" newsdealers. "
02-3ptf J. H. JOSSELTN, M. D.
SACRAMENTO
j^~\ The Business
■ f^j\ Training School of
J***t . the I'aclflc Coast.
j\ Training School of
Jy the Pacific Coast.
/ j /** mjrf Graduates nssisted
Ka^txfiSFf''*:''' 'liL**^! '" obtaining cm-
_<_s*S_i"_. plovinrnl. Send for '
'■'.V' ArjrJ /_*' the College Jour- ■
' f -SyV/ZsVa I"' 1 - Address, E. C.
". ATKINSON, Sacra- '•
** ", ' " ' ineuto, Cal.
Send for "Interest Made Easy.** Price,
50 cents. mi_o-3p&wtf _
G. PHIL. HARTMAN,
Oriental Market,
NO. 418 X STREET, BETWEEN FOURTH
and Fifth, opposite Metropolitan Theater, J
in the field again with alrkiudi-of Sausage, such
as pure Fork Sausage, Liver Sausage, Blood
Sausage, Wienerhurst, Tenderloin ■ and ■ Spare '
Ribs. Also, constantly ou hand Fresh Meats-
Hams, Bacon, etc. n"-lp2i^ •

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