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VOLUME LIIL-NO. 10.
DAILY RECORD-USIOiN
•Attend xt the fast Office at Saciamemo as second class matter
rOBLIBHKD BY THE
iICRAMSTO PUBLISHIHG COMPASY.
»«'ui;i-*t!<>a Office, Third st., bet. J and K.
THE OAXL.Y RECORD-UNION
'■» jrabliihea every day of the week, Sunday! ex-
Mptod. Double-sheet on Saturdays.
9pr oqo year -...«. ......55 00
rorsixmorths „ _ 3 50
?or three mouth! ..^. .......•....•..._....... 200
Bubecrlber» served by Carriers st Fifteen
pars per week. In all Interior cities and towni
ibe paper can be had of the principal Periodical
a&Lizrs, Nswsmen and agents.
THE WEKKLT UNION
t> the cheapest and most desirable Hone. Ke«j
jau Literary Journal published on the I'aciS'. 1
•M.'t.
t»rms. One Year. — ~. ~ ...J2 Go
rt ANTED— LOST—
SITUATION WANTED— A MAN THOROUGH-
O ly experienced in all kinds of funnins; and
stock raising, wishes a situation to take charge
of ii farm and carry it on: is married, sober and
industrious; references furnished. Inquire at
this oiliee, or address "J. 3.," Record-Union
office. mr-l-lw&ivlt
ANTED— A DRESSMAKER; ONE WHO
thoroughly unders'.ands the business and
can give good references. For particulars ap-
ply or address MRS. M. .i. SMITH, Davisville,
Yolu county, Cal. , mrl-lw
WAN A SITUATION, BY AN EXPJS-
rienced Nurse, to nurse the sick; will
work by the day, week or month. Terms, rea-
sonable. Inquire at ÜBS. DOUD'S, 1828 G
street. mrl-lw*
WANIKD— A HOME FOR A CHILD IS
mouths old; one in which it will receive
a mother's care. Address "J. \\\," this office.
mrl 3t*
QITUATION WANTED— BY A YOUNG MAN
0 to do general work; is willing to do any
kind of work. Apply CASCO HOUSE, 1221
Third street. m r:>- 1 w*
TTTANTED- AGENTS TO TRAVEL: S--> TO --
VV per day: something entirely new. 11 1 ; -
lI ANN MANLFACTURINCi CO., Office. ■'! .1
street. Room l. fe'i"-lw*
NOTICE. -A LIBERAL REWARD WILL BE
paid for the recovery of the body of
THOMAS BRYTE, who was drowned in the
river Monday night, December 22d. Leave
Information at 62 i J street. di!'.i-tf
WANTED.
A MILKER AND BUTTER MAKER, S3O;
also, a blacksmith to moke cylinder teeth:
■2 waiters, $;i0; also, an American ranch hand.
526; a man to burn charcoal, 12 cents per sack ;
also, 2 milkers, S3O; an old man to do chore* 815.
Female — girls for housework for nice family in
the country, £20 and 825 ].er month, fare paid;
also, a housekeeper for the country, German pre-
ferred, STi to $20, fare paid; also, various other
places for girls; a girl to do housework in the
city, 525. Apply to HOUSTON & CO.; Employ-
ment OfEce, fourth and li streets, dacrameutb.
jclij-lptf ■^„^.. J ...
FOU SALE— LET.
FOR SALE— JKAYSERJ FARM, •.•'• J «t
j miles from Sacramento, in section iti"^©
!' N., (> E.,l76acref; first-class farming laud;— 4—
now sown in Grain; all under hog-tight fence;
some tine Alfalfa land; Buildings; 13 head of
Horses: 3 young -Mules; \j Milk Cows; 50 IIo^s;
78 Chickens: Wagons; Buggy; Harness; Cahoon
Sower; Buckeye Mower; sulky Hake; Plows;
Harrows; all other Tools; Growing Crops; Hay
and Feed on hand. All the above is oll'ered at
a bargain. Bids will be received by CARL
.^Ti;i iliici., S2l J street. Sacramento, Cal.
m -t-Btitwlt*
mo LET— A TWO-STORY FP.AME«a
1 House, hard finished, 7 rooms with I '■;'
all the modem improvements, at 1124 Kiiri
street. Inguiri'ou premises. mr;>:;i*
rX>RBi ONE OR MORE OF TIIK/*^.
lj four houses and lots situated north- &'••;
west corner Sixteenth an.i G; all hard liii-^jJ^
[shed and in sood order; price, RiOO each. Ap-
ply to 8. HKCK.onthe premi^-s. mr:Mw«
FOR SALE WEST ONE-HALF OF LOT NO.
6, with improvement; 1 , north side 0 street,
betwei i! Seventeenth and Eighteenth. Inquire
of CAPTAIN W. M. SIDDOSS, 3W .1 street, or of
MBS. H. A. iiOSTWICK, on tho pn'mivc^mr:-! -.-. •
FOR SALE — ONE-STORY BRICK
house, No. I'll N street; will be sold W'\\\
at a bargain i: applied for soon, at 1). In- SOIL
Bernard! & Co., "Jts and 310 X street. fe'2B-4t
J>OOM ; 5— A CITE 01 FIVE CNFL'UXISHED
V Sunny Rooms to let. Inquire at the (iro-
Ci ,;. Store, corner of Tenth and N streets. fe27-lw
FOR SALE— CHOICE BROWN LEGHORN
Et;K!>; SI per s"tiii r. In^anre oi A. LINN,
Eleventh street, between 15 and C. fe27-2w*
EIGHT BRUSSELS CARP (SECOND-
band). For Sole Cheap. Also, one '"(inr-
land" Range, complete (nearly new); one
Barber's Chair, Poles, etc., cheap. Two Good
Bed Lounges, at 810, iit CHAS. M CAMPBELL'S,
No. 409 X Ktreel Upholstering aud Repairing.
m upia-iptf ;.
F. SALE— A FIVE HORSE-POWER EX-
nine and Boiler hu'l lii;>i«-t Pump, all in
pood condition. Inquire at No. y>jl 1C street. M.
R.KOSK. \ j itl!*- If
VINEYARD AND FRUIT LAND FOR SALE
In Placer County.
I OFFER FOR SALE 7:! ACRES OF LAND,
J newly an 1 well fenced, situate I mile south
of Loomis (formerly I'iuo), 2 miles from Rocklin
am 25 miles from Sacramento eity;and imme-
diately upon the '.;:. oi the Central Pacific Kitii-
road. -Communication by rail with Sacramento
three times a day. The land .lies next to a 10-
-acre productive vineyard, and every farm ad-
Joining and in the immediate rieinlty is beinc
cleared and planted to vines and lr«ec. j , and
S Loomis pronuses to he the ivnterof an extensive
vine and fruit growing community. The soil is
easily cultivated, d<:e>> and retains moisture
when cultivated, and does not need irrigation;
but if needed, au irri^iiiiu; ditch riin.s acrOMi it
at its highest point.] Price, $:-) per acre. For
further particularsinquire <>t' W. D. PKRKI ■.-. „r
D. M. WALKER. o: Ruckliu, aud E W.MAsI.iX,
lit State Capitol, Kacraineilto.m _j}£t) '!_
HLiJLlsriDsl
FOR SALE !
SACRAMENTO COUNTY 1
SWEETSER&ALSIP.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 1015 rcurt'a street, Sacramento.
100 Acres, GMil< i from the city; dwelling,
nil rooms; t-lablo to accommodate ;>i head of
Horses or Cows; 2 acres in Blackberritfi;
Crapes: a few Trees, etc. "his is a very cheap
. piece of property; ?<;". per acre.
- ■.- . .
SO Acri, nndern bl);li>ttate of cultivation ; j
300 Fruit Trees, eight years old; 1"> acres i:i
Grapes ol the i'iiu-h varieties; ;; acres in Straw-
berries: cert new Dwelling, cost 51,200; new '
Stable, chicken bouse, Blacksmith Shop and
likils; all Farming 'lools; 1 i.i.i 2 Horses,
Waconi lU 1 .; two miles from Florin. Price
S.VOO. \i.~,
Win sell in ,-i and 10-ncrc Tract*, a itxmhl
piece of land. I'/. iiiilr.t Iroin citJT limits, tor
j; .
A IJI '
:".'.' \,r. , of Land, I 1.; milea from city
:
ALSO
A Trnot of Laiul of 40 A<-.r.-«. 3,'.; ml!.-<
southeast ot the city. ',■, [] be sold in 5 and
30-uore ljts, vi •;:, per acre; lake one-third cash.
Al>(>
50 Aor.'K IJ, mile* Ironi oily: -mull
Dwellin;:, large Ham; etc.; I acres iin Grapes.
I'rice, $100 per acre.
. M.M,
For 516.000 a Tract r{ ICO Acres; 13 acres
In Vineyard: 6 aores in Fruit and Blackber-
ries: 4 acres isi Strawbcrriw; pood Dwelling,
nearly new; Stable. Granary, Chlcltcn-houso,
etc., Wind Mill"i iinrl T>i!ii; situate 7 milus
from city, on Jackson roHd.
\:
For *"O per Acre, 400 A. r.-, of Fine
Fruit Ijui :. Creek running through tho cen-
ter, making a gradual slope, which draingthe
land from all water; then are very lew bog
wallows in it: the soil is deep and very rich;
has Dwelling and Stable.
MS- The above lands will produce fruit o! all
kinds, and compare as favorably for Frr.il and j
Vineyard purposes as any to be found In the
State, and Baeramccto has proven to be the \
best market in the State for the farmer and pro- ;
ducer.
Other Lands for sale in different lo-
calities of the State.
J9-SEND FOR CATALOGUES
p-dtf Siri'i-l-er & Al«i|i, Sacramento.
EBNER BROS.,
iMPORTEK> AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
X WINKS AM) LigUOKS,
116 and 118 X St., bet. Front and Second, Sac.
AGENTS FOB TH* CEI.EJIRATKD
POJt!JKBT ANl> GRKNO CHAMPAGNE.
Je2s-lplm
SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
HALE BBOS. & CO.
JUST OPENED!
Two Cases direct from the Eastern Markets. Tiie styles are late,
thft qualities good, and prices low. Ses tills lot before
making yonr purchases.
fey At no other season of the year is more attention paid
to articles of DUESS OR CLOTHING. With the advent of
Spring, Nature clothes herself v/ith new and becoming beauty,
and man is not slow to follow, being anxious to replace the
old and worn garments of Winter with the fresh and attractive
styles of Spring.
Men's Fancy Red and Blue Check Worsted,
Single-breasted Sack Suits ; very nobby,
at $15 a suit.
Men's Fancy Brown and White Plaid Cassi-
mere, Single-breasted Sacks, at $12.
Men's Medium-weight. Dark Colored Worsted
Suits, with gold-mixture; single-brc ied
sacks. Price, $20.
Men's Fancy Cord Worsted Suits : four-but-
ton cutaway frocks ; very nobby. Price,
$27 50.
Men's Single-breasted Sacks of Black Wor-
sted, with fancy silk-mixture. Price, $15.
Men's Single-breasted Cutaway Frock Suits,
of dark grey mixed cassimere. Price,
$7 50.
Men's Single-breasted Frock Suits, of dark
red-mixed cassimere. Price, $13 50.
Men's Single-breasted Frock Suits, of fancy
worsted; cut in late style. Price, $22.
Men's Single-breasted Scotch Cheviot Sack
Suits, at $16.
Men's Single-breasted 9ack Suits, of dark
fancy hair-line cassimere. Price, $14.
f&ff~ Country Orders Receive Prompt and Careful Attention. ~i©a
Nob. 829. 831, B.'J", SSo li street, mid 1026 Ninth street, Saeranteato.
HAIR GOODS.
,^^^k sg§ it cr^
kmmmmm
- SUgg
&80ihPJ3M
■ C a >— <
■■ 111
gJJJLJTg
physicians and.! surgeons:
Hi:. GEORGE PI BURN,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, NORTHEAST
Corner Eleventh and II streets. Hours —
to 10 \. M , 1 to :< nini 7 to 8 ]■ M. mrtt-im
I)):. J. -. COOK,
VfO. 922 NINTH sT.. BET. 1 AND J. OPP-
XN polite the Plaza, Magnetic and Electric
Healer. Electro-magnetic and Medicinal Baths,
Magnetic Garments uud Insole*. ConsultAiion
free. dlO-lra
W. li. BALDWIN, M. l>.,
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN". OFFICE,
>i northeast eoruer Second ami X streets. Of-
flce .■■•■■..• 1J M.; J to 4 aild 7toB P.
«. Rrsidcnce. -■: N street. nls-lm
. DR. NIXOX.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, M STREET, BE-
:v. • en Ninth and Tenth, Nos. 018 and 920.
Will visit the Railroad Hospital daily at 9:30 A.
! m. Office hours— to » a. m.; 1 to 3r. •••., and
even i Jyl-tf
I>KS. KKLI,Ofi(! & <■)--,
ftOKSEK. BEVENTH AND i STREETS, SACRA-
\_; MENTO. Ofli( » Hours :
Miss Dr. Kellog) Miss Dr. Goss—
9 to 10 a. M. S to '.' A. K.
mo 2 p. m. 2toSF. M.
C to 7 I*. M. 7 to b P. M.
Snnday. 2to "■. SJ6_
WM. KLLKUY BBXGOS, M. I>.,
OCtTLIST, AITRI3T, AND PHYSICIAN FOR
Diseases of the Throat. Office, f29% J
Mrcet, comer of Fifth, over Sacramento Dank,
■iif.rain. Cal. Hours: 9:SO toJ2 A. M.; Ito i
F. M. Sundaysj 9:30 to 11 a. ».; ito4P. M. jyl-U
DR. A. K. 111UNK,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, GRADUATE OF
{ the University of Berlin; Germany, oaice
and residence, No. Xl .1 (trebt, I ween Fifth
aad t'ixth, tfarrameuto. OUiw tours— 9 tO II A
m.; :; to 5 and 7 to a r. is. )yiS-ti
uMi At i: \. BRIGGS, •■-. 1).,
PHYSICIAM AND OBSTETRICIAN. OFEICE
and residence No. 213 J street, Sacramento.
. ( Bto9A. M. )
OlHre IIourn:<! 11 a. K. to 2 T. X. -jel2-iptf
: i6otoB P. M. I
DENTISTRY.
" 11. 11. PXERSON,
DENTIBT, 415 J STREET, BK-^jarsr^
i U twoen Fourth and Fifth, SArr;i-*aBESH
nieuto. Artificial Teeth inserted en -*LujjJ
GoM, Vulcanite and all bams. Nitrous Oxide or
■ L« nulling (ias administered for painless extrac-
tion^! teeth. jyl4-lm
W. WOOD,
DENTIST, QUINVS BUILDING,
nortlioiist r.ir Fourth and "*Q^| "7Tj
[ streets. Artificial Jeetn Inserted on v< *iCEnj'
all bases. Improved Liquid Nitrons Oxide Gat
; for painless extraction of teeth. ie2s-tf
a G. GRIFFITHS,
PBMBIM
*§£?\ GRANITE WORKS,
I'ENXTK, CAI
'i_^3J^ij^^rpHE BEST VARIETY AND
*"• *^ "^r 1 Una) Quarries on the
«^-. — "^i'acinc Coast, l'olished Gran-
ite Jlonumants.TombsUraes and Tablets made
to order.
*»- <iranlte Bulldlngr gtone Cut, Dressed
sad Polished to Order. < oU-ir)6m
BUSINESS CARDS. }
WM. GUTENBERGER,
1 T RON AND BRASS FOUNDER AM) MA- j
j X oliiui-!. Front and N. streets. Manufacturer |
'. o; Gutenberger'a Horse Powei Patent round ;
j Roller and Cleg Crasher and Barley fills. All ;
• kind- "■ Hydraulic Pipes. fel --:in j
! L-STKKKT LIVERY AND FEED STABLE, j
J CAMPBELL, PROPRIETOR, I. STREET,
• between Sixth and Pcvciitii. linygics for
j luro. llorseh kept at recfoiMblti rateg. lell-lm
I <:. T.'. \/.::i. v,
' I a I Q FOURTH STKEET, NEAR. THE POST- j
• lUlOoflice. Dealer in all kinds of Choice i
1 Fruits, Nut«. candies. Tobacco aad ■ _•... -. All I
! at Lowest I'rici s. )a2B-lm
C. 11. KREIiS .V CO.,
I t'C)i' J STBKET, V. IK-I.KSAI.K AND RETAIL
I U/wO Dealers in Paints oils, Varnishes, Win-
J dow 'oluss. I'ictuix- Moldings, Brashes, Artists'
; Material: Building Paper, Main and Decorative '
] \\a!l taper.and Glazier Paper for Window Deco-
; rations a }«ttcnt which is entirely new, dll-lm
Bkkmoved.'l
f\ SALADIN". WATCHMAKER AND «b
i \j. Jeweler, has removed from .'.17 .1 h^'j\
street, to 4 5 J. near porner of Fourth. < ~-*'%»
Watches; Clocks and Jewelry Kop.iired«i£si4K
niul made to order. A line assortment of Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry always on hand and at the !
lowest prices. jal.Vim
DAN. HYMAX. J. i! - i MAN. JR.
J. lIVII.IN, JR., & lIRO.
tiTATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS, on
VV 50ft J rtrect, between Fifth and !•;>-;■
! Sixth, have aiunys on band a Choice S-4*o
j variety of fine Watches, Diamonds, Jc-vv-%uiw§
I elry, _ Jal2 «_
K. CaSLE. E. J. CKOLY.
CARLE & OBOI.'S,
CONTRACTORB AND BUILDERS, ARK PRE-
\y pared to do all kinds of work in their line,
In city or country, Principal place of business,
• SAcramento. Bhop, No. 1124 Second street, be-
I tween X and L. i ostofflce Box No. 110, Sacra-
! mcaw. ___ dl6-4pti
GEOBOE W. TOUKO, I
SCCCEB3OR TO PIKE & YOI'NH, CARRIAGE '
Mannlftcturer, corner Fourth and I. rtrec-ts,
Sacramento. Estkbliskcd in 1860. Ail sizes <,: ;
1 Baggies, Phaetons, Spring and Thoroughbrace j
i Wagons. Repairing, iv :.tla~ and Trinuning I
done. ra2(>-4ptl
H. F. boot. AT.K.T. KEILSON. J. I)KIiO01~
BOOT, NKLLSON i CO.,
UNION FOUNDRY — IRON AND BRASS
Founders :■:-. '• Machinists, Front street, be-
f.Tecu N and O. Castings and Machinery Ol
every riwri ption mndu to order. iaJl-lplm
i. Jostek. j. o rasanoit.
1850. Y. FOSTER A" CO., 1884.
i DOOR-BINDERS PAPER-RULERB AN.)
L) Biank-Bco* 1 Manntacturen, No. SI9J street,
| between ThirJ »mi Fourth.. Stti;rHineittn.iy'Jo4r'tt
« iKWKMnMMmVMMWM III" — I ■ — « J.HHfc 111 I .!■> 11.1 l
' UNDERTAKERS. '
I _,;_ _,_,„,.... ..
if^ FP.ITZ & "MILLER, ' 'I '•
I I SX»ERT \lii:i:s, I?
6 OH •■ in Odd Fellows' Temple, Ninth ami p j
R X streets. Complete stock ol Undertakers' J]
I Goods constantly on hand. City and coun- jj
G try orders promptly attended to, dny nrf
B night, at reasonable rates. ____^ iyi 6
SM»M«rtn»rrM-TTT~~" - • -x~ "— .tv -ass
J. FRANK . CLARK, I
County Coroner and Undertaker, I I
No. 1017 Fourth street, between .1 ami X. — c ;
Always on hand the most complete Stock of i
Undertaking Goods on the coast. Country I
orders, day or night, will receive prompt at- 1
tention. Telephone Number, Ui. j6-4plm .
BiitT»i.tmjßaaßEaßaaza»ii'i> iragatscg**
W. J. KAVANAUGH,' f
ITM>KKTAKKR, B
313 I street, bet. Fifth and Sixth. Always on
mini a larfro assortment of Metallic and I
Wooden Caskets, Burial Cases. Coffins and
Shrouds furnished. Coffin orders will receive!
prompt attention on short notice and at the
lowest rates. Office open day and night. fl !
J. F. HILL,
Nos. 1301 to 1323 J street, Sacramento.
MANUFACTURER OFjgCjU.
ill Carriages, Buggies, Kx-Ajpjjflflj^^
; press, Thoroughbrace "'i^Vvrivv^/
Quartz Wagons. Dealer in Oak,^* 1 *— -^** i —^~
Ash aud Hickory Lumber; Hubs, Spokes, Fel-
lies, Bows, Sims. Shafts and Polos. Manufact-
urer of the •LI'iHT.VING" HAY PRESS. Send '
for CalalOKTie*. inlS-lptf 1
SACRAMENTO. THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 5, 1885.
CHANGED DAILY FOR THE RED HOUSE.
OSTTHIS DAY, THURSDAY!
We will close out a varied assortment of
LADIES,' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S KID
OPERA SUPPERS, one, two and tnree-
strap sandals ; OXFORD TIES, and other
styles of low shoes, ia broken lots and
sizes, from Thirty to Fifty Per Cent, under
the regular value.
*-- - *
Wishing to use tte room now occupied
by CANDLES AND SOAPS for other pur-
poses, we shall stop keeping these ,two
articles, and will close out en FRIDAY
all we now hive on hand at the follow-
ing prices:
23 Hydraulic Adamantine Candles for
25 cents.
Capital Olive Soap, 45 cents ; usual price,
65 cents.
Castile Soap, in 4' lb. bars, 29 cents.
Toilet Soap (12 cakes in box), ID cents
per box.
Perfumed Toilet Soap, in li lb. bars, 20
cents per bar.
jl
We will commence a SIX DAYS' SALE of
different lines of Merchandise. We have
various lots, which we do not wish to
carry over, and rather than do so we
shall mark them at such prices that will
induce our customers to purchase.
(SEE IKICK LIST IN MONDAY'S RECORD
— CMOS.)
O- H- OrZXjiJiVXJ^3^r 9
P BO PR I X TO i:
ZEtIEIID HOUSE,
No-. 714 and 7iC J street, and 713 and 715 Oak Avenue. Sacramento.
I FRUITS; SEEDS AM) PKODCCE.
D. DeBERNARDI & CO.,
/ » ENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND
\JT Shippers of all kinds of Fruit, Vegetables
i mid General Produce. '»'.• al*o carry one ot the
I best Bssortments of Vegetables, Fruits, Game,
Poultry, Eki^s. Butter, Eastern Oysters and lisii.
All orders delivered to any part of the- city free
of charge. :>OS and :ii<i iv mreet,
l- ■ n' Telephone No. 37.
W. R. STRONG & CO.,
/COMMISSION MERCHAKTS AND DEALERS
\j in
SEEDS, FECITS * GENEII \l. PRODI
i
Proprietors CAPITAL NURSERIES, -.••! imcn-
! to, Cal. Seed and Tree Catalogues cci t tree on
application. Nos>6 f Banti 10 .> ulieet, Sac-
: raincuio. a 7 t "
SACRAMENTO BRAXCO
! PACIFIC FRUIT COMPANY.
M. ROSS and A. MOGER, Agents.
, 1006,1008 and 1010 Second st., Sacramento
IXTHOLES AND COMMISSION DEALKRS
V V in California Green an.. Dried Fruits, Kuta,
Raisins, Honey, Oranges, Produce, etc, Panic- j
alar attention paid u> the filling of orders for
and shipments of kindsof Fruits in their m-r
son Principal office, (08 and 110 Davis biroet,
Ban Francisco. jn-S-lpim
LYON & CURTIS,
(Successors to LTON it BARNES),
COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS
J in
I'ro<iiicc, Vegetables and FniHc,
i POTATOES, BEANS, BUTTER, BGSB, HONF.Y.
POULTRY, ETO
W«W. 117 to 183 J Street. j"i"--lptl
! CDBXKSJ.6SBOOBT. C.C.EAItNES. FRANKGREGOBY
GREGORY, BARNES & CO.,
(Successors to Gregory it Co.),
Nod. 13G ami ISB .1 Street.
lTriiOl-SSALE DEALERS IN PRODUCE AND
VV Fruit. Full stocks of Potatoes, Vegetables,
fireen and Dried Fruits, Beans, Alfalfa, jiattor,
Bggs. Cheese, Poultry, etc., always on hand. Or-
ders filled at lowest rates. iel2-tf
ATTORNEYS- -
, : CLINTON L. WHITE. . LINCOLN WHITE.
white & UIIITK,
ATTORNEYB-AT-LAW, SOUTHWEST COR-
/V ncr Fifth and . I streets, i' mi^ 10 and 11,
j butter Building, Sacramento, Cal. mr3-tf
JAY R. BROWN. D. E. ALEXANDER.
AtEXANDKK & BROWN,
VTTORNETS-AT-LAW. OFFICE, NO. 5:21 .1
/V_ street, between Fifth and Sixth, north side.
Practice in all Courts In this Mate. mo-
A. 1.. HAJKT.
4 TTORNET-AT-LAW. OFFICE, SOUTH-
J\_ west comer of Fifth and J streets, Rooms
12, 13 and 11. Sntter Building. felO-
A. C. I'ItKK.MAX, GROVE T.. JOHNSON,
GEO. K. BATES,
lAWYERS, SACRAMENTO AND SAN FRAN-
i Ij Cisco, Cal Offices: >'o 930 Fifth street,
I Sacramento; and No. 401 California street, Han
. Francisco. Business attended to In both cities
nl-tf
TV, B. TRKADTYEIX,
A TTORNEY-AT-LAW.— OFFICE, NO. 603 I
street. ' JaS-tf
JOHN CAREY,
j ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
! A will practice in all state and United States
; Courts, office, upstairs over No. 02S J street,
I southwest corner of Seventh, Sacramento. ja7-U
AMI. C, HINKSON. J. W. ARMSTRONG.
Residence, 2327 H st. Residence, 917 O st.
ARMSTRONG * HINKSON,
A TTORNEYS-AT-LAW, NO. 627 J STREET,
jt\. Sao.ramento, Cal. ja6 tf
S. SOLON HOLI.. L. S. TAYLOR.
TATLOK & HOLI.,
A TTORNEYS-AT-LAW, 630 J ST., SOUTH
J\. west comer Seventh and J, Sacramento
city. Cal. ia::-tf
W. H. HKATTY & S. C. DKNSON,
A TTORNEYB AND COCNSEIX)RS-AT-LAW.
2\ Oflices : Metropolitan Block, X street, ba
tween Fourth and Firth, Sacramento. Entrance
r.cx: door o Metropolitan Theater. 01-tf
GRO4 riis.
John Mccarty,
Succ«>s»or i.> J. p. 'White & Co., <;<>:• .i hi..
DEALER IN' FANCY AND STAPLE GRO-
reries, Butter, Eggi and Produce All
good* lit lowest price d-I'.-lplm :
J. R. WEBSTER,
No. 1301 ,1 Ktrei-t rami'iito,
DEALER IS
Groceries, Provisions, Wines, Liquors,
TOBACCO, CI6ABS,
California Producc'etc. Wines and Liquors for
_FaTi> ily l's;a Spt-cinlty. ou-lplm
FOR; SALE,
No. 1 CORNER GROCERY AND BAR!
DOING A FINE TRADE.— COM-
pelled to leave the dty on BCCOU! ol fick-
see* Address HALL. LDHBS A CO. oHllplm
3IISCELLAXKOUS.
REMOVAL NOTICE!
FRIEXDS AND CUSTOMERS: HAVING RE-
I 1 moved our \\ bolcsale ciKiir Business to Eon
Francisco, we bare fold oi:r goodwill r.ml
(lxtures of our Retail Btmlnccl in the famous
■ TA.Y-11.1. 1'IN( " 6-CEST CIGAR to Mr.
.1. 1.. ORR, who will carry on the name at our
old Hand. No. 921 SECOND STREET, and we
ben by solicit lor our successor a continual of
past liberal patronage. (,uRWIN A BJIMIS.
"PUNCH CIGAR STORE."
Hiving pwrrliisnii tin 1 goodwill and
fixtures of '.;■ old stand, I snail continue i"
keep on band a lino line of Imported Havana
andDom stlc CIGARS: robari os, Pip< -. I • ■■•: ■
cites, and also the celebrated " Fanslll'a '
Punch" .'j-i-cii! « is;.ir. J. 1.. OUR. .
f.-IlM" |
AKflJrfK'vD CT T AT^ TO '
NnKUSM 01. LUuJb
13 S3 33 H. ,
ok r>KAroi:r, at
GSUHLSB'S SALOON.
50. 838 J street , Iplm] Saoriiniri.t.)
KAPUTZINER BEER
(BAIRIB4 II
ON DRAUGHT AT % CENT 3 A GLASS, AT
the BOCA EXCHANGE, ill J street.
fei-t-tf
NEUBOURG & LAGES,
Star Wills and Malt House,
[TOPS, MALT, PRODUCE, GRAIN, feed
O. and Brewers 1 Supplies.
1010, 1018, 1020 Fifth «r., Sacramento.
*?- Exchange Sold on all the Principal Cities
Ofßorooe. ml-lDti
3VTO C? JFS.33^i.X : ».Te"'Sf
ALL ROLLER
FLOUR MILL !
Still iLlicacl.
OWING to THEIR past success, c.
\J »*fREARY & CO. have recently added
ALL the new mid latent Holler Machinery for
improving their grade of ROLLER FLOOR.
They now guarantee to fumi-h the Trade the
WHITEST AND BEST HOLLER FLOUR IN
THE STATE. fclMptf
FOR THIRDJRDSTEE! j
WM. GUTENBERGER
Is a candidate for re-election to the office of
fe'2l-td
PAINTS AND OILS.
I" L. CFADDERDON, IMPORTER AND DEAL-
-0 • er ia Paints, Oil«, Varnishes, Window Glass,
Mixed Paints, AruW and Painters' Materials,
Wall Paper, etc. Xo. 204 X st., Sacramento.
ivl7-lntf
MISCELLANEOUS.
rjp^^^li THE GREAT GERMAN
j jUt|pfln2nK^ REMEDY
■ r '^ : M rftrs o^iw
]!|[(arJll!ElS!!I!IC!i!l!!iI«| i \JU 1 HU\.
I %* IB I Ik BI m ■
Relieves and cures
RHEUMATISM,
Illb^^ 11^! J • Neuralgia.
" v| Sciatica. Lumbago,
rack ion
|:::::^:;njtp«»— "«<||i|i; ircABACiiKTOOTRACIir
SlllcfflM^j. ' SORE THROATi
i l ,;-,:!:;r-"'' :!: Wii' | " : ""' ! !i:!ii oi-insy.swkli.incjs
1 ■ ■|j!!;!KB:i!i::<rH | jtjf Soieness, Cu'.s. Erases.
ii ! i?i i ;',;,,.. ..j.jjijjg, "I?) frostbite*.
If mJkL^ ft And fcl.'oUier bodily ccne«
':A hWi And k:* otliiT bodily r< lies
IP#BBOSW^II M nr.d pains.
liiliHl J1 FIFTY CENTS A COTTLE.
S«!:it 'iliiiSi t!i|l!P" l! t! Boldl>yaUDroreii*raua.
iM AW. .i#|&li The Charles A. testa? Co
M " .li-l' 1 „■'■.:,■■' mi . M.A.TOOBLEKI.M
,v»* ■: • «fIJS"3&S :•* • r
• i-Jli iMth
* c^i,l-^i • v C^^^ *
'- mm m : '
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
* VEGETABLE COMPOUND •
* ♦ * IS A POSITIVE OURS. • • *
For all those l'ninful Complaints and
* • TVcakiiLssi-H so common to our best * * j
, • , - rssiAJLB ponrtATiow. •■• • « j
ft WILL CUBE entlkely TH« WOE t TORM I
OF Female Complaints, all Ovaki an tp.oi:- \
BLES, Inflammation , and Uicer.\tios. ;
! ".M.I. IN. AM' Dibplacemksts, AND the cok- i
seqcekt SPIKAL \V i .» :•' N : -'. am> IS l >RTIC- !
ULAKI.Y AUAFTKO TO THK CIIAKOR 0* LlFg. I
•»•»••••*••• * .!
* IT will dissolve asd kxtel Tumobs
kkom TliK uterus in axf.ahlv BTAOS ok he- ;
yjCLOPMEST. Till: TENDENCY TO CANCEROUS I
Humors rm bi is checked very srEEWtv
HT ITS USE. • « • «. s * * « * *
» It ekmovks FAiStKEas, Fl LTULEKCT, pf:- [
ST BOYS ALI. CRAVING FOB BTIJ LASTS, AXh\
relieves Weakness Ol thi Stomach. It !
CUKES r.I.OVTINCi, ii : IDACHK, NkRVOUS PROS- j
TRATION, General Deiiility, Dbprbssioh
AND INDIOESrIOS. *«***• ' •
* That FEEI.ISOOFBEABIKGDoWIf,CADSIS<J |
Paiw, Weiohi am> Backache, is always j
PERMANENTLY CURED BT ITS USE. ' >. *'
* It WILL AT ALL TIMES •■>;• CSDER ALL Cir.- ]
CDMitTAXCES ACT IX HARMONY WITH IKK LAWS (
THAT OOVfTRX TUB FEMALE BTSTF.M. * » *j
* .jrcriis i uV-pose is SOLELY FOH THE lc- I
IIITIMVTE lIK.\LISO OF DISEASE ASD THE r.K- |
HE* OF "-. AJfO T]i\r IT does A 1.1, IT (
CLAIMS TO DO, THOUSANDS OF 1.'.1-iK- CAN
OLAI i.V TIVTIFV.-&X * ♦ * * * »■ * j
* * Fob thb core op Kidney Complaints |
lit F.ITHF.R SEX THIS REMEDY 13 ITS8CRPAS8ED. !
•LYKIA K. PINKIIAM'.S VEGETABLE COM- I
POUND is prepared at Lyun, ?!a.-s. Price, fI. I
.Six bottles for iJ. Sotd !>;; Kill immigU. Sent by I
mail, pool . paid, in fi.rmof I'Hlsor Ix>;:o:ipis, j
on receipt ot price as nlove. Mrs. Knkhitin'K |
"Guide to Health" will be mailed free to any ,
1.. i .■ sending stamp. U-ttt;rs confidentially cv- i
IWI rod.
* No family -Mould J.o Wltnont LYIiIA V.. PINK-
HAM'S I.IVKR PILL-:. Tiiey ri.nt Constipation, '
BOlloomesi and Torpidity of the Liver. Keent* !
per box. * .-.-.''■-'!-■■■
SCROFULA.
A girl In my cuiplo> lius Uen cured of c^nsti-
tmional gcrofula by tne use of Swift's Specific.
j. <i. Mi riAMr.i. Allatoona, Oa.
(Tliis gentleman is father »f the Governor of Ua.) ;
Viiudcrliilfs millions rouid not i.ii> fr ( iru me'
nrhat Swift* SpcWtte has done for me. It enrol .
me of ■crofala of 1"« years' standing.
Mm. EiUabeth Baker. Acwortli.Ga.
TKTlKll.— After biilTerini; with Tetter for,
eleven year*, and baring all *>rts of treatment, j
I nru relieved entirely hy »-i it's Specific.
I. tl ' Uf '" aIN1 "' (;:1 ' !
* SNATCHED FROM nil: CRAVE was
btoticht to d.a'.ii's door by a combination oi
cm-inn and cry-ii-ilas Iroin" whic'.i I hnd suf- ;
fered for tliri-i-" years. Wns treated l.y su.-wral ;
phyxichiiH with i'«!:d.' pota^Finm. which seemed
to ii-ed !!'.!• di-i-:i>e. i rave been fiired found j
and well by the use of Swift's Specific.
Mes. Sakaii E. Ti ; s'ER, Uumboldt, Tcnn.
sn ift's Spvcifi 1 " is entirely Vegetable. Treatise •
; on Blood and Skin Di-eases mailed free: :
Tits SwiFTSrnciFicCo.; Drawer 3, Atlanta <^a.. |
or KS \V. 2"J - Sew York. les ly.twiy
DR. C. McLANE'S
CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS, j
In offering to the public Dr. C. Mclstm's crY- '
brctnt liver Itns us a remedy for I.irer and Ml- ,
urn/ Qmplaiii/1, we presume no apology will by ,
: needed. ' The great prevalence of liter O>m- ]
plaint and BiUmu DUeataqfaUtindtlbJOVghout
the United States, and particularly in the West '
: and South, v here, in the majority of cases, the !
■ patient is not within the reach of a recalar;
lihy.-ician. requires thai some remedy should be ;
. provided thai would not In tho leant impair the,
I constitution, and yet be safe and effectual. That :
surhisthe character of Dr. C XeLane'i liver*
I'M*, there ian be no doubt The great success !
i which has invariably attended their use will, I
! we think.' lie sufficient to convince the most in- :
credulous. it has been our sincere wish [hut;
these pill« should be fairly tested, and stand or ;
I full by the effects produced. That they have ■
■ been io tested, and that the result has been in '
I every respect favorable, we call tons of thou- >
i sands to witness who have experienced their \
; beneficial effect*.
I Di:. C. Ui LANE'S LIVER PILLS j
■ .\tv no! held forth or recommended (like mostol
iho popular medicines of the day), as universal
j CUre-allS, but simply as a sp-.-citie for Lin ' Com- .
plninl.'. and > those symptoms conned with a
deranged state of that organ.
THK O>TLI GEXI l "■: V. j
iMcLa;DB ! B Pills i
Are tin- Dr. C. M< I.iiiii''- Liver I'U".-. j ,
PREPARED BY j i
[FLEMING BROS., Pittsburg, Pa. \
! leMyTuThS&wly I (
■i. i ;
Iff i COLLARS ]
I **\Sg CUFFS I-
k |^'^7^ X -
K. e l >? BEARING THIS MARK J
%V"/! iv FIN=ST QOODS '
%^L V J EVER, MADE, J
r lv 3 t^ beino All Linen, both '
I m A,' o- Linings and Exteriors. ;
V £ *S * Ask for them.
■--.:.- au23-lyTuTh3 ]
- '; * - ■ 1
HALL'S PULMONARY BALSAM !
THE BEST REMEDY IN USE FOR COUGHS, ,
J. Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis. In3uea?a, Croup, j
Incipient Consumption, and all Throat and Lung '
Troubles. Sold by all Urugpists for 50 cents. " I
,T. K. GATKS & CO., Proprietors, 417 San I
me street, San Francisco vIS-i p <
A NEW DEAL.
CLEVELAND FORMALLY IN'AUGU
-11ATE1) PRESIDENT.
His Address to tin- Nation— Scenes
at the Capital— .luMlant m
ocrats — Minor Items.
[SPECIAL BY TELEGRAPH Til r«K RECORD rXIOX.)
WABUiK<iTOX, March 4th. — Washington I
was gorgeously decorated to-day lipOl tho
occasion of the" inauguration of President
Cleveland. Long before (lit. 1 hour set for
the movement oi the procession (ho music
of hundreds of bands, heading organiza
tions socking their posts, blended in one
confasctl roar. By 10 o'clock the entire
population of the city seemed to have de
serted their homes and occupied the streets
on the line of march. The crowd was
something unparalleled even in this city, J
accustomed as it is to receive the outpour
ings ofthc nation's population. The mem
bers of the general inauguration committee
met in the Arlington Hotel shortly before
10 o'clock and placed their services at the
disposal of the President-elect. President
Arthur breakfasted with his family at the
White House. About '■'■ o'clock Senator
Hawley proceeded to Willard's Hotel,
where he was joined by Vice-President
elect Hendricks, and the two
PROCEKDKD TO THE WIIITK UOI'SK.
They occupied a handsome open barouche,
lined -with crimson satin and drawn by four '
beautiful white horses. ThcYice-Presidcnt
v..:- heartily cheered till along the short
ride to the White House. Just as he was
entering the ground?, President Arthur's
carriage, containing Senators Sherman and
Ransom, started to the Arlington for the
President-elect. Phis carriage was also nn
open barouche, and it was drawn by four
spanking buys from the President's stables.
The seals were covered with soft, heavy,
i black and white buffalo robes. The Sena
torial committee wire ushered in to see the
I President-elect immediately "ii their ar
! rival at the A .'linj:ion, and after a short
I delay the three gentlemen appeared at the
I south entrance to the hotel and took their
I seiits i.; the carriage and wore rapidly
; driven to the White House, here they
I joined President Arthur and Vice- President
; Hendrieks, and Senator Hawley. Marshal
McMichael met the pal at the White
Hoc portico and escorted the President
elect into th ■ presence of the President.
! The President- elect was greeted with»clieers
[ and waving handkerchiefs as he drove
i along Sixteenth street from the hotel. lie
1 kept his bat raised in recognition of th
[compliment. While the party were at the
: White House the Chief Marshal of the pro-
I cession and his aids rode into the grounds
! and notified the President-elect that the
' procession was ready to start. and it was
. precisely :-.t the hour set, 10:30 o'clock] that
I the Presidential party entered their car;
riages and took the position assigned them
in line.
NiK PR] IDE? '. • I. i - IOX.
The party entered their carriages as fol-
I lows : In President Arthur's carriage:
i President Arthur, with President-elect
i Cleveland on his right, Senator Sherman
: facing President Arthur, Senator Ransom
; on his right facing the President-elect. Tho
second i^ii ri. contained the Vicc-Prcsi
l dent-elect, with Senator Haw ley on his left.
As the carriages drove out ol the gates and
I entered the line the occupants were greeted
; with the wildest enthusiasm, men .-huiit
■ ing, women screaming and waving their
j handkerchief;*, and all seemed carried
: away with the excitement •■!' rhe moment.
■ The President-elect and the Vice- President^
! elect came in for the principal (iharc of cn
[ thnsiasnii'nnd both of them raised (heir
' h:>N and bowed ri;:ht and left to the crowd
: which lined both sides of the carriage-way.
j The tirst division of the procession escort
j in;.; tho President-elect then l>cgan its marcii
I to the Capitol.
TllE ITEMS OX PENNSYLVANIA AVRXL'C
Almost baliled description. The jireat
. surging mass hid the sidewalks. Above
| them «tatelyj»uildij]gs were covered with
cloths of gorgeous colors, arranged in pairi
; otic, devices. The itoftj ppring-like breeze
! laily stirred innumerable flagx and slreainf
I ers.'and tpecial aids in brilliant uniforms
j dashed hillferand thither, 'ending anir.ia-
J tion to the scene. The police regulations
I were perfect. 1 and the broad avenue, with
iI - hard, "mooth surface, was completely
i cleared of everything that might ofcstrnct
; tin" pujnant. The i'uiird States regular
: troops cauic iirit, thus departing somewhat
• from the ov.ler of the programme, with the
. probub'.c ..bj.vt of ; insuring a clear march-;
; sjiaee. and their ranks ■'•':■. across
; the avenne and presented a most imposing
i appearance. The United .States Marine
j Corps, with its magnificent band, followed
1 the artillery battalions. This section of
■ the procession proceeded us far a:> the south
i front o! the Treasury Department and then
' haulfed and came t" a parade rest in order
• to afford on opportunity for the Presidential
i party to i':i!i a line, when the march was
; rosnmod. The President's elegant carriage
1 was precedcil by General Sloi mil, the Chief
' Marshal, and his ; :''i, and trooj) of United
! States cavalry. Surrounding the carriage
• weie a dozen mounted policemen. The
: party receivetl an ovation all along tho line
iroh.
fill DEI ORAI IOKS.
Tie.- hotels were tastefully decorated.
! Williard; ' was profnsely draped in graceful
! festoons of gaily^colored fabrics. "Words
•of Welcome," wrought in tinsel, shone
above an immense blazing star at the door
! way, and a great arch of the gas jets
; lined the circle inclosing a symbolic
■ owl-head of the Americas Club of Phila-j
| dclphia. Elegant designs, wrought in cttn
; ningly-wovi bunting, transformed the
■ marble facade of the Metropolitan into a
[thing of beauty. rhe Ebbitt House waa
j fairly covered with (lags and picturesque
figures, ami the other hotels showed L .it
ingenuny in demising pit a sing an i original
decorations, i, A great floral ladder reached
to the root of a business house on Pennsyl
vania avenue', nnd bore upon its rungs the
words "Sheriff," "Mayor."' £ Governor,"
" President," thus graphically symbolizing
th( life-work of the President-elect. All
the Government bnildings on the line of
n ßirch were gay with bunting. large
American Hags encompassed the gray col
umns of j the /Treasury, and long lines of,
penanta of every hue of the rainbow ran
across tin granite front of the great build
ing,'and relieved its severe architecture by
giving it an appearance in keeping with
the gala day. Handsome rosettes and de
signs in parti-colored banting ndorncd the
State, War and Navy Department b\iild
in -.
nil in M '.r::\!. PLATFORM.
The stand on which the President was to
deliver his inaugural address was creeled
almost on a level with the Boors of the t-.-v
--ate and the House, and direct in front of
the mid '.':■ entrance to the Capitol. It was
about 100 feet square— the largest ever be
fore erected for an inauguration — was
covered by 2,000 chairs. These were occu
pied by Senators, members of the Diplo
matic Corps, Judges of the Supreme Court,
members of the House of Representatives
and press representatives.
ARRIVAL AT TIIE CAPITOL.
Precisely at 12:30 p. m. the head of the
procession appeared, coming out of the
main east door of the Capitol. President
Arthur stepped to the front of the plat
form, followed by the President-elect and
Chief Justice Waite and the Sergeant-at-
Arms of the Senate. All uncovered as
they stood facing the crowd, and the vast
assemblage cheered again and aga : n for
several minutes. When the persons who
were to oflViate at the ceremonies were
seated on the platform, President-elect
Cleveland began bis inaugural address.
He was clad in a full black Prince Albert
coat, high, old-fashioned standing collar,
and black lie. In speaking he held his left
hand closed behind him, and emphasized
his speech by gestures with his right hand. I
He spoke without manuscript, but occa- |
sionally consulted a small piece of paper j
bearing notes of the heads of his dis- I
course. His voice was clear and resonant, I
and he easily enunciated his words, ami |
occasionally turned about at pauses, as if
WHOLE NO. 10,561
'"XLm,, 0 "' 10 ' <>! his remarks. He
spoke a.s follows
THE IMADCL'RAL AUI.UEH3.
JS2 l V<i.v«»; in th e presence of this »■«*
l^. ■,' '''-\ 0 V ■> '■■■■•■' mi. ( I fin) about to
„,.■ i. .m. :>.,..■ taUouoi Bn a
nee people iv the cxerri>o ot tluir uer anil
right ol self-government Thcv huv.^-mrnit
ted to on. «>l loelr citizens a sunreino '„! !
-■■■■'■• ■■i;.;-. 11 '«•>' - iw^, M v ', heir
M-rvU-c .This impressive KSu "Al iVtiOo
to the solemn Finse of rc«>onstbi ity with w-hir-h
I contemplate thi duty ■ ,;<, i "I« ...; „
people of the hud Nothing can n -;U,' ■';.
from tbe ansll ly. !,-st. >.y r.nv act of i.ii, . „","
Interests may •::. ci mid nothing is needed to
strengthen my resolution to engage even
faculty ■:>>; cfwrl in the promotion or their vei
lure. Aund p*rt; st ife tlic people'! choice was
made, tut 'ta attendant cir^nmstamta have
rtemonM rated a new strength twdsafety of the
Oovcrnmcut I y t'.io people. lv each s\u ceeding
year it more clearly appears thai m:rivn>o
craUc principle needs no apology, and Him i v
its fearless :tml faithful npptScatlou Is to bo
Ibnix) 1 1 1 «* ■.;■ ■ ! guarantee or good government.
But the results in the operation of a ipiwrnmeni
wherein every citron has :i share, largely de
pend upon Uio proper limitation of purely pat
tisan zeal uuil ellori, and a correct appreciation
of the time when the heat of the parti .>:>
should be merged into the patriotism of the
citizen. To-day the executive branch "'• the.
Government is transferred to n new . ping,
but this is still
a <.ovi:hss:knt ok am. tiik peoplk,
And it should i v none the lew .in object oi'thvir
affectionate solicitude: At this hour the r.nl
mosittes of political tin re, the bitterness of party
defeat, and the exultation of partisan triumph,
should bo supplanted by an aHgruilgtnjr. acqui
escence in the popular will, an.l a >i>!>cr. eoii-
Ecieniious i'oi ivra for the z<. benU pal. M •re
over, it from this hour we cheerfully and honH
estly abandon all sections prejudice >md. dis
tri:t.t, and determine, with i tan conflftenco in
one another, to work out harmoniously tho
achievements of oar natlon.il denUny, w«i shnll
deserve to realize all tho benefits which our
happy form of Government <an bestow on this
auspicious occasion. All may well renew i be
{jledge of devotion to the ''»:i>titiiti»n tiicb*
auuehed by the founders Of. the republic an«l
consecrated by their prayers timl patriotic de
votion, hns for almost a century borne the hopes
and aspirations of a great people through; pros
perity timl peace, unit through the shock of
foreign conlUi '-. ami the perils . ■■ ,1. me.-tu' strife
and vicissitudes. By the Father of his Country
our Constitution was commended for adoption
as " the result of a spirit of amity and mutual
concession." in that same spirit It should be
administered, In order to promote tho l»i>t'"nij
welfare of the country, on to secure the full
measure of ita pricelesa benefits to us ii ii to
;i..-< who w ill succeed to
tTHK Bl MWING! OF 01 I NATIfiNAI. UFK.
The large vnii. ly of divers ami rompctliiK in
-1... ests, suliject to Feileral control,' |iei»l>tently
! seeking recognition of their clalnui, need |ti»o
• t!s no fear that the greatest o^iil t>> the preateat
mini! . w\i not be aceomplUhed, It in tlm
halls of untioiinl legislation that >i>lritof mill
! and mutual concession shall pri'vui! in wlilrfs
; the Constitution had its birth, aod if tliis in
; volves the surrender or postponement uf private
Interests -mii the abandonment of local advan
■ tjuH's. i . i : nation will i•■ f*»ui:»l in the assur
! ance that lints the common Interest U s'.:l<serveii
I and the general welfare advanced, tnthedis*
I charge of my ofllclal duty I nbtiU endeavor i<> tut
i;uidtfd by a ji^t and iiii'truiiK"! iviiftn.ciion of
the Constitution, a rnrvful ol'scrxiim:! 1 of 1 1. •
distinction between thi 1 powers granted to ilio
! Federal (Jovernment and thoiw r»s. mil t^'.ltf
.states 01 to 111* 1 people, and by a cautioun twii'li
cation nf UiOKC fuiU'tioiis, wlii< li, by tile I'l.i.sli
tutlon and laws, have been especially :is»'^iml
to the executive branch ot giiveromfcii. lint
be who takes oath to-day to prewrvovud deiend
the Constitution of the United EWieaonlyas
mimea : lie ■' lenin obligation which every initii
otic < itl en on tl"' farm, tn the workshop, in tho
busy marts of trade, unit evei where, tlionlfl
shore with him.
nil. RoN-si l tvtios
Which pn m ribc his oath, my eoiiiitrj'men. i<
youre. 'i he Government you ntii chosen him
; to administer for a time layonrs; the - 1: i! r:i ■
which executes the will of freemen is yours;
the laws and the entire schema of ourcli (1 rule.
I from the tow mcctlui; to the St6tc Capitols and
i the National Capitol, is yours. Your every
| voter, us ■■• tj as your rtiict .Mm;i.-ira;r. under
the same high sanction though In a different
sphere, eseretecs a public traM. Nor i< this all.
l.very citizen ■.■..- to tin country a vigilant
\>aten utul close scrutiny of its public servants
| iiiul a fair and reasonable estimate of their
j tiilrlity and i fuln< -. Tims is . lie penvle's
[will mil i. wed upon the whole framework'bl
I our civil policy, municipal, Matt n:ul Federal,
' and tiii.s is the price of mir liberty and the in
! ppirntlon of jour faiili ii the rriinmlc. Hi . the
j dut> ol II .'.-.' Mixing the peiiplc Iv i public
;.ia< o t" closely imi 1 tiu> puttie expt ndttores to
the actual needs of aUoveniuient ecouorai'uilly
mltniniKen d. We should
M'.VKR CX ASH AM ID 01" SIMPLIfTTT
And prudential economies which are best suited
to the operation of a rernbliesn form of gov
eMitiii'iit and most compatible with the mission
■ o( Hie AiiH.rie.iii people. Tho«e who are > elected
j for a limited time to mnnnge pttbllpaQUlrs sire
Istillofthe people, and may do much by their
( ex::i.;l.- i.> encourage, coiujsteiltly with the
I dignity <>i their official (uuction?, that plain
j wayoi life which; among .!nir feltow-citfzens,
aids ititecritj and promotes thriit and i>rn.s
perity. fie iv'"'' l ' l ..i cur lurtiruilona, the
needsofour people in their home life,' and the
■ attention whirh tstlcmamled for the petlleraent
and development of th« tctonrees oar. vast
territory dictate the ncrupuloiu avolduncc of
any departure from that", forelen policy com
mendeo iii history, tradltlou und tho prosperUy
ol our ripviii". it !s the policy of independ
eui-f. favored by our position and dcfouilen dy
OCR KNOWN I X Of Jl'.sru'K
■ And by our power. It is »ne policy of iniirc. snit
nble toonr fnterc*li». it is the policy ofn( nlrai
ity," rejecting any share In foreign ■ broils and
ambitions on other continents, and repelling
th.ir intrusion here. ii is the policy ol Monroe
n:id Washington and Jefferson— peace, coin
inercc and honest friendship with all nations
entangling ulllanws with none. A duo regard
tort, ■ iuliTtsts and pros iri!\ ofaU people <ie
mand that cur linaiu 1 1 shall bo established
upon such a sound basis as .shall teenre safety
and confldence of. business Interests and make
ii.. wages .'I labor sure and steady; ami that
our system of revenue Mriil bo'so adjusted .".3 to
relievo the people from unnecessary taxation—
havii Sue regard to the Interests of capital in
j vesteu -.1..1 the workiiiKinen employed iv Amer
-1 ienn ir.iHis'iiis, :'d |.H venting the accumuln-
I linn ol :i • v phi . the Treasury. Car*' for tho
I property of the nation and the needs of the fu-
I tin,' settlers require that the public main
I should be protected from furlofuinu schemers
[ and unlawful occupation. Th« cousoieDCO of
! our people demands that the lmii:.iis within our
boundaries shall ! c (airly and honestly .trcntcdv
n.s wards of the Government add their education
and civilization promoted,; with a view to uUi
mateclttzcn&hip, mid (hat polygamy in (he 'fer
toriop, destructive of the family, of reli^ioni :m<i
I offensive to the. moral sense of tin civilized
', world, chart be repressed. Phi laws should l>e
rigidly enforced which prohibit tue hnmigm ,on
(■• a servile cliv ito compete with American la
bo! with no intention of acquiring ii ■ -itii\
and bringing with them and retaining habits
and euMoms repugnant to our civilization.
CTVIL SERVICE REFORM.
he people demand reform in th adminis
tration of government, am the applicutioii of
business principles to public ai'.iiir'. <\s a
means to th * end civil service reform should'bo
in -ii laith enforced. Our citizen have a
ripht to protection from the incompetency of
pul ii employes who hold tbcli places solely as
a reward of partisan service and from the cor
rii|;tiu^ inllui nee of those •'. ho proraiso, and the
vicious methods of those who expect ."iich re
wards, and those who worthily feel; public em
ployment have the right to insist tlinl merit iml
competency ■ hall be recognised Instead of party
subserviency or the surrcuderof honest i oho'cal
belief. There should be no pretext lor anxiety
touching the protection of free men in all their
rights and the enjoyment of their privileges
under the Constitution and it., amendments.
All discussion ni to their tilness fur w> place
accorded to em as American citizens is idle
ami unprofitable, except as .'. «ici?esU the no
i.es-iiy lor their improvement. The fact that
they are citizensentfiles them to all rltrliis duo
tliut relation, and charges than with all its
!■;■!■ ■ cnmiATinss and CESTONSiBiUTiEa.
'I!'.' ■ topics and the constant and ever-vary
ing ivai t of an activo and cnterprtttng popular
tlon may ell receive i".' attention a: .ipaiiiolic
endeavor of nil who make and cxecuto tiie
Federal lav.c. Our duties are practical an'l call
fur the industrious application <>f on Intelligent
perception of the claims of public office; and,
above all, A firm determination of united action
in ■. cure to nil the people of the land the full
1... ueilts of lie best form of government ever
vouchsafed toman, Let us not trust ... humnn
effoi i alone, but humbly acknowledge the power
and Koodncsfl cl Almighty (!od. who pTcsidcs
over the destiny of nations and who lias at all
Hint's been revealed i .i our country's hislory.
I (■; us invoke His aid mul Ub blestnug u)>on our
lal ■■:-
Till-: OATH ,VDMI M- ■;
When Mr. Cleveland first began his in
augural address the crowd applauded when
ever he paused to take a breath; but alter a
while contented itself with cheering hirii
bs lie (node his principal points. His refer
ence to the prohibition of > foreign contract
labor called out load and long continued
applause, but his allusion to civil service
reform met with a faint response. The ad
dress was very brief, ami at precisely 1:02
o'clock it was concluded with an invoca
tion of the blessing of Providence, and
turning to the Chief Justice, and bowing
to him,- Mr. Cleveland .s;iiii : " I am now
prepared to take the oath prescribed by
law." As the Chief Justice arose to ad
minister the oath tho vast assemblage
cheered again and again. The President
elect stood lacing the Chief Justice, with
the crowd on his right. Chief Clerk Me-
Kenney, of the Supreme Court, stood just
to one side of Mr. Cleveland, and held
the Bible upon which the oath : was
administered, the I'resulent-elect also
holding it with lii- right hand.
The Uible ■ used is a small, morocco
covered, gilt-edged volume, pretty welt
worn. It is the Bible which' Cleveland's
mother gave him when he left home a
young man, and at his . special request the
Committee of Arrangements had it in rcarf
iness for the ceremony. The crowd pre
served perfect quiet as the impressive cere- s
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