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VOLUME LIIX-NO. 11.
DAILY RECORD-UNION
-•rinccdat the Post Oflic; at Sacramento w.»*»nd class matter
rtTBLIBHED BY THE
UCRAMEBTO PUBLISHING COMPMY.
Publication Office, Third St., bet. J and K.
THE DAILY KECORD-USTIOIf
Cl published every day of the week, Sunday* ex
•epU-U Double-sheet on Saturdays.
for one year _„_„....„... SB 0!
p>r six months „ „. ...... 3 50
For three months. „... „... „, 2 00
Subscribers serred by Carriers at Fiftleh
£bwtf per week. In all Interior cities and Con as
fit r>np*r can be had of the principal Periodical
»e*icr>, Newsmen and aggcU.
THE WEEKLY uJfIOX
(i the cheapest and most detrfrable Jior.:e. Newj
*nd : r.e.-iry Journci published on the Pacific
wait.
?%rnis. One Year ._ ~™ „ _»....S2 V
rt ANTED— LOST— FOUND.
SITUATION WANTED-BY~A YOUNG MA fi-
ned man: has had four years' experience
in bookkeeping; willing to cecept any kind of
employment; can give the very best of refer-
ence. Address "C. J.." northeast come' of
Second and J, over W. F. i Co. mrj-lw*
■yyANTED-A SITUATION' BY A SIIDDLE-
I aged man who thoroughly understands
HTATION WANTBD— BY A YODKG MAR-
ried man; has had four years' experience
bookkeeping; willing to accept any kind of
ployment; can give the very in-*! of refer-
•e. A'ldrv.-s "c. J.," northeast come* of
•ond and J, over W. F. A: Co. mrj-lw*
[TASTED— A SITUATION BY A MIDDL&
t aged man who thoroughly understands
xurdi'ii work and management uud care of
horses: reference given. Address ■■('. US"
this^flicc. mrs-3t*_
AN EXPERIENCED TRIMMER WANTED-
i Millinery Department. WJSINSTOCK &
BIN. _ mrS-6t
SITUATION WANTED— A MAN TIIOROUGII-
Iy experienced in all kinds of farming and
stock raisin*, wishes a situation to take charge
of a farm and carry it on: i.- married, sober and
Industrious; references famished. Inquire at
tin- office, or address "J. 5.," Rkcoud-Ukion
Office. ■: mrl-lw&wlt
ANTED— A DRESSMAKER; ONE WHO
thoroughly understands the business and
cnugive good references. For particulars ap-
ply or address MRS. M. .1. SMITH. Davisville,
Wo county, fill. i,,, | h,
WANTED— SITUATION, BY AN EXPE-
TT rienced Nurse, to nurse the sick: will
■work by the day, week or month. Terms rea-
sonable. Inquire at MRS. DOUD'S, 1828 G
street. ■_ , ur i :•.. *
WAN'IED— A HOME FOR A CHILD 18
>V months old; one in which it will receive
a mother's care. Address •' .F. \V.," this oflice,
mrl ::t*
QITUATION WANTED— BY A YOUNGIMAN
kj to do genera] work; is willing ti> do any
kind of work. Apply CASCO HOUSE, 1221
Third street. mrS-lw*
VTOTICE.— A LIBERAL REWARD WILL BE
1> paid for the recovery of the body of
THOMAS BRYTE, who was drowned in the
river Monday night, ember ad. Leave
Information at 620 J ureet. <i_".'-i!
WANTED. ~
A MILKER AND 111 TIER MAKER, 530;
jr\ also, a blacksmith to make cylinder teeth;
2 liters, $30; also, an American > ranch hand,
126; a man to burn charcoal, 12 cents per sack ;
also, 2 milkers, ?:;■>: mi old man to do chore* $15.
Female— 3 girl* fur housework for nice family in
the country, $20 and --■ per month, fare paid;
also, -i housekeeper the country, German pre
ferred, 6l"> to £10, fare paid; ui«i, ' various other
places for girls; a girl to do housework in t!ie
city, $25. Apply to HOUSTON & CO., Employ
ment office, Fourth and i.: streets, cacnum-nto.
h>mii ..,.,..,. jc-:.--i;ur .. UIUIJ „__ tJ .„..
FOE SALE— TO LET.
OR SALE— NKU'SPATER AND .1()B I'RI XT-
ing outfit. Call or address "J. W. L.,"
northeast corner Seventeenth and i: streets,
.Sacramento. mro-isi*
FOR SALE— THE JKAYSERj FARM, !>'.'.«&
miles '"■■"m Sacramento, in section i<C<gS
I 'OK SALE— NEWSPAPER AND JOB PRINT
Ing outfit. Call or address "J. W. 1...
rtheast comer Seventeenth acl E stn
'vi; SALE— THE FARM, '■<'•■■<£&
mi.' .- .iiin-ntu, in -■. ,».ii l<'~.lgfm
f., OE., acres; first-class fanning land;— S—
now sown in Grain; all under liog-tiglit fence:
»>me line Alfalfa land: Buildings; 13 head of]
Horses; 3 young Mules: 3 Milk Cows; . r U Hogs
75 Chickens: Wagons; Buggy; Harness; Cahoun
Sower: Buckeye Mower; \ Milky kake; Plows;
Harrows: all oilier Tools: Growing Crops; Hay
uud Feed on hand. All the above Is offered at
a bargain. Bids ill be received l>v i a. ;!
STROBKL, :.:u street. Saeramcnto, Call
mrl'-Ct.twU*
FOR KALE.-OXE OR [( IRE 01 TUE^Sv
I? four houses and lots situated north- ■*•■'
west comer Sixteenth and i .. all Laid lin-iilji
Ished and in good order: ;irice. BWM each. Ap-
ply to S. BECK, on the premises. mr:s-lw*
FOR 3AU-— WEST ONE-HALF, OF LOT NO.
6, with improvement?, north side O street
between Seventeenth and Lighteenth. Inquire
of CAI'TAIN w. M. ADDONS, an ,1 street or ol
MRS. 11. A. H<?STWK:i;.<>u;i.t'prf-ji>rs.inr.Hw*
FOR SALK-CHuKK BROWN LEGHORN
F^BeF; 81 pel setting. Inquire of A. LINN,
Eleventh street, between B and C. fe27-2w*
EIGHT BRUSSELS CARPI - (SECOND-
I j hand). i ■'• Sale Cheap. Also, one "Gar
land'! Range, complete (nearly new}: ouo
Barber's Chair, Poles, etc.. cheap. Two Good
Bed Lounges, at il". »t (.'I! as. M. CAMPBELL'S,
No. iOy X street. Upholstering and Repairing.
apllMptf
FOR SALE- A FIVE HORSE-POWER EN-
' gim and Boiler and triplet Pump, all in
good nvTidiiion. Inquire ct So. '.».>; X street. M.
R.ROSE. j.-127-ti
VINEYARD AND FRUIT LAND FOR SALE
In Placer County.
1 OFFER FOR SALE 7:'. ACRES OK LAND,
newly and well fenced, sitimte 1 mile south
of 1/oomis (formerly Pino), •_' miles •■•■■ Rocklin
and 25 miles from Sacramento city, and ii::iiic-
diatel] upon th Uae of the Central Pacific Rail-
road. Communication by rail with Sacramento
three times v. day. 'i he land lies next t^i a 4 11 -
-acre productive vineyard, and every fHrm ad-
j.i.: : -■ and In the immediate vicinity is being
clean <! and planted to vines and trees, and
Loomii promises to be thecenterof an extensive
vine and fruit growing community. The toil is
easily cultivated; deep and retains moisture
when cultivated,' and does not need irrigation,
but if needed, an irrigating ditch ri:ns across it
at its highest point. Price, j:» per acre. For
inn';, particulars Inquire of w. [>. PERKINS or
I). M. WALKER, o! Rocklin, and E. W. '.! - 1 _ I N ,
atSijite Capitol, Kacrmnento. d^9-lp
FOR SALE
SACRAMENTO COUNTY
SWEETSER&ALSIP.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 1015 Fourth street, Sacramento.
ICO AcTFftfG Miles from th« city: il»i-]liii C .
six rixiuii*; Stable t> accommodate 3u head of
Horsca <ir Cows; J acres in Blackberries;
Grapes; a few Tree«.ctc Tliis U a very cheap
20 \ <■ ii. under a hlgli -viii-ni < iiltlvaiion;
3C Kruit Trees, eljrht years o!d: 13 acres in
(•rapes lit the linest vnrietie>; '■'• acres Jn - 1 raw-
bernes; (:oixl new Dwclllnc, cost SL2OO; new
'talile. Chicken bouse, Blacfeonltli Shop and
T<.<>l-; all Farming Tools: 1 Cow, 2 liorses,
Wagons, etc; two miles tnvji Florin. I'riee,
$.-,.:,»». .v >o— ; ;
Will Bell In 5 and JO-arre Tract*, a (md
piece of ljiud. 114 TO '!<"" ■'"""»> City limits, for
Slii ;>or acre; one-third cash. \
— v . v ; —
89 lews o< Land, 1% mile, from city
a:.-.
A Trnrl of Land (1 f 40 Arri'«. 8' ..' mil.<
snuthcast of tl» city. Will be sold in '> and
1 0-acrelots, at ;7o per acre; uke one-third casli.
"'" Atrm •' ■ milps irom city: small
Dwelling, largo Bam; etc.; t acrosTiu Grapes
Trice, $100 per arty.
For 516.000 a Tract cl tiiO Arros; 1.1 acres
iri Vineyard ; ('. acre- in Fruit and 'i!'.:i<k!n r-
rii\«: i acres in Htrawberrien; tumi Dwelling
nearly new; Stable, Granary, Chicken-house'
etc Wind Mllli and Tani; rltuato T miles
from city, on Jackson n>'id.
AI4K)
I'iri- S.TO per ore, 400 Arros of Fine
Fruit 1 an I; c.vek running throiißii the cen-
ter, making a gradual slope, which drains the
land from all water; there are very few hog
wallows in it: the soil is deep and very rich;
has Dwelling and Stable.
«3-Tbc above lands will produce fruit ol all
kinds, and compare as favorably for Fruit and
Vineyard purposes as any to be found in the
State, and .Sacramento has proven to be the
bed market in the Mate for the farmer and pro-
ducer.
Other Lands for sale in different lo-
calities of the State.
49-SKND FOR CATALOGUES. .
p-dtf Swfi'l«fr Jt A Nip, Sacramento.
$5 BUYS A CORD OF STOVE WOOD
OK A TON OP COAL AT THE C. O. D.
Wood «nd Coal Yard, 401 1 street. All or-
ders prpnjptly delivered to ftny part of the city
mrj-tf
SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
-»^ HALE BROS. & CO.
HOSIERY!
-
We arc now showing one of the iiionl complete lines in this
Department that has ever been offered in this city. The styles
and designs are both varied and attractive, composing: one of the
most desirable stocks ever offered.
IN LADIES 5 HOSE,
We are showing unusual values in all grades!
Onr line of FULL-FINISHED FANCY HOSE, at 25 cents, has
never before been equaled, and has created favorable com-
ment. This branch of the Department is particularly rich in
its assortment of FINE GOODS, which embrace the best pro-
ducts of our own find foreign mills, in Fine Cotton Lisle
Thread, Silk and Silt-plaited Goods.
In Misses' & Children's Hose,
The assortment contains many new and novel styles not shown
until this season. We carry complete lines of Plain and
Fancy Colors, in both Domestic and Imported (ioods, either
plain or ribbed.
OTTH STOCK Q3J*
MISSES 1 REAL BALBRIGGAN HOSE,
DCix ZF?£tn.c3T Colors.
Also, our stock of FANCY LISLE THREAD HOSF. is large, and
should be examined by all desiring line goods.
FOR INFANTS' WEAR,
We are showing a number of NOVELTIES FOR SPRING, and the
little ones can be dressed tastefully and inexpensively from
lliis stock.
CHILDREN'S HAND-KNIT «OOl»S, in fancy stripes; and LADIES'
REAL FRENCH HOSE (unbleached), "arc both extra-heavy
and serviceable.
EOT Country Orders Receive Prompt and Careful Attention. °©a
J
No*. 829, 831, 833, X street, and 1026 Ninth street. Sacramento.
hair goods: 1
■ i j Hi
\mm lite
""■"■^•"■■ IU»umn !? »-i«.-.,«»...» ; .,.,...^, I
PHYSICIANS AM) SURGEONS.
DR. LAINK,
PHYSICIAN AND BCRGEOX.— OFFICE AND
Residence, No. 523 .i street, between Thti ".
and Fourth. Hours— S to 10 a. m.. .• to o and 7to j
hp. M. Office of City -i.;.- rintendi at of Public
Schoois at si :ie place. m5-splm !
DR. GEORGE PTBCRN, . I
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, NORTHEAST
I Comer Eleventh and II streets. Hours— 9 i
to 10 a. •■ . ! to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. mr::-lm
DR. J. S. COOK,
N2 NINTH ST., BET. i AND J. OPP-
JLN posite the Plaza, Magnetic and Electric '
Healer. Electro-magnetic and Medicinal Baths, !
Magnetic Garments and Insoles. Consultation
frt;e. dlO-lm :
W. 11. BALDWIN. M. 1)., ~
SrjEGEON AND PHYSICIAN. OFFICE, i
ii northeast corner Secom] and X streets. Of- '
lice lours : 10 a. m. to 12 M.; '2 to : and 7 to BP. '
M. Residence, S2l N street. n!5-lm |
DR. NIXON", ~ \
■ OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, M STREET, BE- :
\ / tw( en Ninth and Tenth, No*. 918 and 920. I
i Will visit the Railroad Hospital i,'.:-. at '■<. 0 A. '
m. Office hours— to 9a. m.; 1 to '■'■ r. M., and ■
! evenings. jyl-tf
DIM. KELLOGG & OOSS, :
CORNER SEVENTH AND i STREETS, SACRA- !
Vy MENTO. Office Hours: :
Mil Dr. Ktilo^'g— MJbsDt. Goss— :
9 to 10 a. m. 8 to 9 a. M. !
12 to 2 P. m. 2 to 5 p. m. j
6 to 7 r. si. 7 to s v. m. i
: Sunday . 12 to 3. sJ6 ■
Vra. KI.I.IIKY BJUGGS, M. D., |
OCOLIST, A CRIST, AND PHYSICIAN FOR !
Diseases of the Thro.it. Office, *X>% ] i
street, comer of Fifth, over Sacramento Hunk, ;
Sacramento, Cal. Hours: 'J::>0 to 12 a. m.; ito i I
r. M. Sundays : 9::'^) to 11 A. M.; Ito '. :■. m. j)i-tl
DR. A. K. liiUM:,
PHYBICIAN AND SURGEON, GRADUATE OF
the Dniversity of Berlin, Germany. ORice
land residence No. 521 J street, between Filth
and Sixth, Sacramento. Office hours— 9 to 11 a .
M.: 3to 5 and 7to 8 " M. JylS-tS j
WAXLACE A. RRIOOS, M. :«.. ,
PHYSICIAN AND OBSTETRICIAN. OFKICE
and residence No. 212 J street, Sacramento. ;
I Bto 9 A. M. )
Office Sours:-' 11 a. m. to 2 P. M. Vjel2-4ptf
I C:3O to Br. v. I
DENTISTRY. '
i _
REMOVKD. j
FF. TEBBETS, DENTIST, TO 014 jerTP™*.
. Sixth ttreet, between i and J -?fs*M=SS
west side, opposite Congregational ♦*XT/™T
Church. mvtf
11. 11. I'IKK.SON,
DENTIST, 415 J STREET, xr.-jrzarx*. I
tween Fourth an.l Fifth, Sami-WESS I
monto. Artificial Teeth inserted ou^uaUJ ■
(•old, Vulcanite and all bases. Nitrous Oxide or j
Laughing Gas administered for painless extrnc-
Bon of teeth. * jyu-lm
W. WOOD,
DENTIST, QVTW-.s BUILDING. tfZ^K .
northeast cor Fourth and JiWfisl !
streets. Artificial Jeetn inserted on^QlCuLr
all bases. Improved Liquid Nitrous Oxide Gas
for painless extraction or tectb. 1c25-tf 1
j I
CAPITAL IRON WORKS! , J
MR. ROSE, NO. 904 X STREET, SACRA- ! /
. mento. Cal. Machinery of all kinds Mado ' 1
Hud Repaired. W Water works a Specially, ; c
'a27-tf ' ; ; 4
BUSINESS CARDS.
Wai. GUTEXBKRGEK,
TRON AND BRASS FOUNDER AND MA
lON AMi BRASS FOUNDER AND MA
i i.i;ii>i. Front and N streets. Manufacture
ot Gutenberger's Horse Powers, Paten I <iroun<
Roller and Cleg Crusher, and ; .i;:. . Mills. A]
kinds of Hydraulic Pipes. ' felS-lm
L-STREET LIVEKTAM) FEED STABLE
J CAMPBELL, PROPRIETOR, 1. STREET
• between Sixth and Seventh. Buggies fo
hire. Horses kept at reasonable rates. fell-In
<.. TAX/.Of.A,
i A I >• FOURTH STREET. NEAR THE POST
1v A O office. Dealer in all kinds of Choici
Krnltg. Nuts. Candies, Tobacco and Cigars. Al
at Lowest Prices. ja2S-lm
C. H. KREBS .V CO.,
/'Of J STREET, WHOLESALE AND RETAI]
ll Vi)Y i) Dealer)! in Pa .Oils, Varnishes, Win
dow iiWk, Picture Moldings, Brushes, Artists
Material, Building Paper, Ham and I>ec ■:..':■• i
Wall Paper, and Glazier Paper for Window Deco
rations a patent which Is entirely new, dll-ln
REMOVED.
CSALADIN. WATCHMAKER AND v
s . Jeweler, has removed from ">l7 .' *-;?j^
street, to 4 -5 J. near corner of Fourth. £-/'«<>.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired <8si&!
«ches, Clocks aud line assortment of Watches
made to order. A fine assortment of Watches
Clocks and Jewelry always on hand and unlit
lowest prices. . : : ■ * ;■■ ■ . jals
DAS. lIVMAN. .'. HYMAN, JR.
.1. HVSi AN. JR., .V IJKO.
ATCIBIAKERS AM) JEWELERS, _-^
> V sf* J Mrc-i't. between Fifth and
Sixth, have always on hand a choice \?-l V;
variety of fine Watches, Diamonds; Je- : iili>3
elry, etc. -/ ■ •- • ja!2-tf .
P. carle. B. }. CEOLT.
CAKI.K & CKOLV,
CONTSACTOBS AND BUILDERS, ARE PRE
\J pared to do all kinds of work in their line
in city or country. Principal place of business
Sacraineuto. Shop, No. 1121 Second street, be-
tween X and L. Postoffiee Box No. 410. Sacra
mento. dl6-ii>tf
GEORGE W. YOUXG,
QDCCESSOB TO PIEK i YOL'NG, CARRIAGE
i; Manufacturer, corner Fourth and L streets,
eacrainento. Established in 1850. All sizes o!
Buggies, Phaetons, Spring and Thoronghbract
Wagons. Repairing, Painting and Trimming
done. in-J)-lptt
H. F. ROOT. a;.F.X. SnaLSON. J. IiKISCOL.
BOOT, NETLSON & CO.,
UNION FOUNDRY — IRON AND BRASS
Founders aud Machinists, Front street, be-
tween N and O. Casting* and Machinery ol
evi-ry description rcedc to ordeT. 1a24-4plm
F. 7OSTKB, .1. O FUNSTON.
1830. F. FOSTER & CO.. 188-1.
BOOK-BINDERS, PAPER-RULERS AND
Blanl D .i Manufacturers, No. 319 J street,
between Third ami Fourth, Sacramento. ty2O-4pti
' ■■■■■■■■■iwwwi , il»^«— ten.* ■ ■■■■ win
UNDERTAKERS.
I FRITZ & MILLER, |
UNDERTAKERS,
Office in < kid Fellows' Temple, Ninth and 3
X streets. Complete stock ol undertakers' E
Goods constantly on hand, City and coun- 0
try orders promptly tended to, lay or ?
night, at reasonable rates. jvl ' i
I J.FRANK. CLARK, ;
County Coroner and Undertaker,
No. 1017 Fourth street, between J and X.—
Always on hand the most complete Stock of
Undertaking Goods on the coast Country
orders, day or night, will receive prompt at-
tention. Telephone Number, l»l. j6-Jplin 3
■s— jaaaaa— tmi rw-r i«'i«ii»iuii ij l _i.v;.''
i| W. J. HAVANA
rXDKRTAKEK, V
513 J str.vt, bet. Fifth and Sixth. Always onß
land ft larpti asM.rttrent of Metallic" and!
Wooden Caskets, Burial ruse.*. ( .>f7hi!< and!
~hrouds furnished. Coffin orders will receives
prompt attention on short notice and at the!
lowest rate*. Office open day and oixht. H
J. F. HILL,
No*. 1301 to 1323 J dtreet, Sacramento.
MANUFACTURER OF^»i
I>l Carriages, Unties, Xx /3W^«\*\
prcKS, Thorougrhbrace andWT^WfS^-Ss^
Quartz Wagons. Dealer in Oak. ■ s;>^ SiSr^
Ann and Hickory Lumber; Hubs, Spokes, Fel-
lien. Bows, Rims, Shafts and Poles. Manufact-
urer of the "LIGHTNING" HAY PRESS. Send
.or Catalogues. m23-lptf
SACRAMENTO. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1885.
I CHANGED DAILY FOR THE RED HOUSE.
I Inducements to Housekeepers!
Wishing to occupy the room now used
for SOAPS AND CANDLES for other pur-
poses, we shall TO-DAY close out our
entire stock, at the following prices:
50 Boxes Chemical Olive Soap (20 bars in box}— superior
article fcr domestic use -at 45 cents per box; usual
price, 65 cents.
120 Eo:-:es Toilet Soap (12 cskss in box)— excellent Soap
for general use— ls cents per box.
Castile Soap (41 lb. bars), 29 cents per box.
Perfumed Toilet Soap, in 11 lb. bars, 20 cents per bar.
23 Hydraulic Adamantine Candles for 25 cents.
=====
WE SHALL CONTINUE TO SELL ALL OIK BROKEN LINKS OF
LADIES', MISSES' and CHILDREN'S
SUPPERS, TIES and SANDALS!
UNTIL ALL. ARE DISPOSED OF.
MOSt To-morrow, Saturday!
A reduction in those Handsome NOT-
TINGHAM LACE CURTAIN ENDS!
All of the 15-cent Pieces Reduced to
10 cents; the iO-cent Pieces reduced to
7 cents.
We are now receiving daily from the Eastern Markets all the
Sew Novelties in MILLINERY GOODS. (Our Spring Opening will be
m announced in a few days.)
MONDAY, we shall commence a SALE
FOR SIX DAYS of desirable goods, which
we do not wish to carry over the coming
season.
1' It 0 P It I E T O II
i— Ca HjJ J HOUSE,
Nos. 714 and 716 J street, and 713 and 715 Oak Avenue. Sacramento.
FRUITS, S'.;j:i»s AND PKODUCE.
s*§£ifh ■ A -
\ D. DeBERNARDI & CO.,
(< ENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND
JT Shippers of all kinds of Fruit, Vegetables
3 and General Produce. We also carry one of the
1 best assortments of Vegetables, Fruits, 'j.ime,
Poultry, Eggs, Butter, Eastern Oysters and Fish.
• All orders delivered to any part of the city free
of charge. 1508 and :;to k street,
• felB-ti ■'>-- ■ phone No. "7.
; W. R. STRONG & CO.,
C COMMISSION MERCHANTS A:.]) DEALERS '
; \J in .
BKEDS, FRPITS & GENERAJL I'KODUCIS
Proprietors CAPITAL NURSERIES, iacramen-
to, CaL Seed and Tree Catalogues iei t tree on
application. Nos. 6, 8 ami CO J street, Si>o-
ramento. or ;•
I SACBAMKNTO BRANCH
. | pacific Fruit company. |
M. ROSS and A. MOGER, Agents!
\ 1000, 1008 and 1010 Second -.*.. Sacramento
j IXTHOLESALE AND COMMISSION DEALERS
i > y in California Green an... Dried Frui i . Nut*,
sins, Honey, Oranges, Produce Partic-
ular attention paid \o the filling of Orders for
and shipment! of all kinds of Fruits in their spa
son Principal oSiee, 4i>S and HO Davis street,
San Francisco. ja.s-lpim
LYON & CURTIS,
(Successors to LYON A BARNES),
/COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DBA!
Kj in
Produce, Vegetables hih! Fruit!",
POTATOES, BEANS, BUTTER, EG is, HONEY
POULTRY, KTC.
Nob. 117 to l'J3 J Stpaet. jei-i-lptl
j EIMIEKS J. GEEOORY. C. C. BARNKS. FEANS GP.EOOKY
GREGORY, BARNES & CO.,
(Successors to Gregory i Co.),
?fos. 120 and j'-J8 J Sireet-
W&OLSBALE DEALERS IN PRODUCE AND
Fruit Full stocks of Potatoes, Vegetables,
Green anil Dried Fruits, Beans, Alfalfa, Butter,
Eggs, Cheese. Poultry, etc., always on hand. Or-
I dere tilled at lowest rates. lel2-tf
ATTOItyEYS-Ar-L,VW.
OUNTO.V I. WiriTE. i in, , : . n WHITE,
j WIIITK at WHITE,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, SOUTHWEST COR-
ii r Fifth and J streets, Rooms 10 and 11,
i Winter Building, Sacramento, Cal. mr3 tl
JAY R. BROWS. D. E. ALEXANDER.
AI.KXAMiri: a BROWN,
4 TTORNEYS-AT-LAW. OFFICE, NO. ' ■': .'
JtX street, between Fifth and Sixth, north side,
Practice in all Courts In this State. ii i' 1 -
A. L. HART.
ATTOKNKY-ATI.AW. OFFICE, SOUTH-
±\ west corner of Fifth and J streets, Kooms
12, 1" and 14, stutter Building. few-
■ A. C. FREEMAN, GROVE 1.. JOHNSON,
GKO. E. BATES,
; T AWVr.P.S. SACRAMENTO AND SAN FRAN-
1j Cisco, Cal. Offices: y.i •■JO Fifth street,
Sacramento; and No, 401 California street, San
Francisco. Business attended to in both cities
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IV. B. UtEAIJWEIX,
1 TTORNEY-AT-LAW.— NO. 003 1
street. ja3-tf
JOHN T. CAttKY,
A TTORNEY AND COUNSEI-OR-AT-LAW,
J\ will practice in all State and United states
Courts, oflice, upstairs over No. 628 J street,
Booth corner of beveiuli, Sacramento. Ja7-U
AMI. C. IIINKSOS-. ,T. w. ARMSTRONG.
Residence, 2527 II st. Residence, 917 0 st.
ARMSTRONG & IITXKSON,
TTORNEYS-AT-LAW. NO. 627 J STREET,
ll Sacramento, Cal. jafi-tf
S. SOLON H01.1.. L. S. TAYLOR.
TAYLOR & HOLL,
: A TTORNEYS-AT-LAW, 680 J ST., SOUTH
x\. west corner Seventh and J, Sacramento
city, Cal. ; ja3-tf
W. H. ItKATTY * S. C. DE.NSOS,
A TTORNEYB AND COUNSELORS- AT-LAW.
±\. Offices : Metropolitan Block, X street, b)■
Iwecn Fourth and Fifth, Sacramento. Entrance
next door *o Metropolitan Theater. 01 tf
GROCERS.
John Mccarty,
Successor to J. F. White & Co., GOa J st.,
DEALER in fancy AND STAPLE GRO-
-17 ceries, Butter, Eggs and Produce. All
goods at lowest price. d2B-lplm *
J. R. WEBSTER,
No. 1301 .1 street Sacramento,
DKALEB IS
Groceries, Provisions, Wine?, Liquors,
TOBACCO, CIGARS,
California Produce, etc. Wines ami Liquors for
Family Cue a .Specialty. 09-lplm
FOR SALE,
Ho. i CORNER GROCERY AND BAR!
DOING A FIXE TRADE.— OWNER COM-
lied to leave the city on account of sick-
lier. Address HALL, LUHRS ii CO. 021-lplm
1 MISCELLANEOUS.
REMOVAL NOTICE!
FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS: HAVING RE-
moved our Wholesale Cigar Business to San
Flfincisco, we have sold our goodwill and
fixtures of our Retail Business in the famous
"TANSILL riN< H" 5-CEST CIGAR to Mr.'
J. I/. ORR, who will carry on the wime at our
old stand, No. 923 SECOND STREET, and wo
hereby .solicit (or our successor a continuance of
past liberal patronage. CORWIN & BEMIS. j
i
" PUNCH CIGAR STORE."
Having purchased tlio goodwill and
lixttircs of this old stand, 1 shall continue to
keep on hand a line line of Imported Havana
and Domestic CIGARS: Tobaccos, Pipes, Cipar- j
ettes, and also the celebrated "TansiU's'
Pnnch" ."-cent Cigar. J. L. OKU. 5
ahheuser'stTlook
J3, E 3E! BL ,
ON DRAUSHT, AT
GSUHLEF/S SALOOK,
No. .".-33 ,1 -itroet. |:e3O-lplml Sacrumnnto |
KAPUTZiNER BEER
(BAIKISCH),
ON DRAUGHT AT « CENT-? A GLASS AT
the IJOCA EXCHANGE, -ill .! street
fei-l-tf
NEUBOURC & LAGES,
Star Mills and Malt House.
HOPS, MALT, PRODUCE, GRAIN, FEED
and Brewers' Supplies. : y '
10ir., 101 1020 Fifth St., Sacramento.
«»- Exchange Sold on all the Principal Cities
of R-irorx*. nil-lntl
I
Me C3E5.33ja.H."52" ? S
SIT DATIUD
HLL uULlilJiii
FLOUR MILL
Still AUoad.
OWING TO THEIR PAST SUCCESS, C.
\J JtcCREARY & CO. have recently added
ALL the new and latest Roller Maehinerv for
improving their grade of ROLLER FLOUR.
They now guarantee to funii<-h the Trade the
WHITEST AND BEST hOLLEK FLOUR IN
THE STATE. leH-4ptf
FOR THIRDJRUSTEE!
WM. GUTENBERCER
Is a candidate (or re-election to the office of
Tifcilrci Trustee !
fe2l-td
PAINTS AND OILS.
JL. CHADDERDON, IMPORTER AND DEAL-
t) . er in Faints, Oil?, Varnishes, Window Glass,
Mixed Paints, Artists' and Painters' Materials,
Wall Paper, etc No. 204 X St., Sacramento.
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MISCELLANEOUS.
Lost Faith in Physicians.
There are innumerable Instances whore
cures have been effected b/ & ovm "a S •.;:- ipa-
ii.i.a. or Blood and Liver svrit, for all dis-
eases of the blood, when the patient has been
given up by physicians, it Is one of the best
remedies ever oner .'. to the public, and us it is
prepared with the create?! < L.i, as a Specific for
certain diseases, it is no wonder thai it should
be more effectual than hastily written and care-
lessly prepared prescriptions, 'lake Scovnx'g
.■• d ani> Livkk SYBvr :■■: p.ll disorders aris-
ing from impure bl-Tod. It is indorsed by all
leading professional men. feiM-ly&wly
SCROFULA.
M^ —
"A girl in my employ I ■■•- been rurrtl of consti-
tutional scrofula by me use of Swift's Specific,
•J. O. McDaniki., Allatoona <vi.
(This gentleman is father of the Governor of Go.)
Vanderbflt's millions could not buy i. ■■ me
what Swill's Specific lms done me. It cured
I me of scrofula of 15 rears' standing.
ÜBS. EtIZABXTH BaKSB, Ac-worth, <~ia.
TETTER— After suffering with Tetter for
eleven years, and having nil sorts of treatment,
! was relieved entirely by Swiit's Specific
' 1..' 11. Lei . Daws i, Ga.
SNATCHED FROM THE GRAVE.— I was
I brought to ■''■:■[' ■ door by a combination of
| eczema and erysipelas, from which 1 hail suf-
fered for three years. Was treated by several
physicians with iodide potassium, which seemed
to feed the disease, i iiave been cared sound
and well by the use of Swift's Specific.
Mas. S Alt A II E. TIKNEIt, iiU!u!x)l(U, Ton 11.
Swift's Specific i* entirely Vegetable. Treatise
on Blood and Sskin Diseases mailed free.
The sun i Spkcji ii Co., Drawer", Atlanta Ga.,
or 159 W. 23<1 St., New feo l.ufcwiy
HAMBURG
Our ad vice to frienda who aru troubled with
rheumatism is to try Kmii Kr.'so's celebrated
Hamburg Tea. it is a very simple remedy, but
has done wonders in many bad cases of this ter-
rible disease. a'p'J IylL'"r.;p\VFAwlp
j WILL CERTAINLY CURE
j Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore
I Throat, Bronchitis, Influenza, Asth-
ma, WhcopLig Cough, Croup, and
I every Affection of the Throat,
Lungs and Chest, including Con-
! sumption. Sold by all Druggists.
Caution.— Beware of preparations bearing
similar names. Examine tte bottle carefully
before purchasing, and be sure you sret Dr.
WisTAits Baijsaji op Wit.n Chehbv, i having
the signature of •• t. BUTTS" on the wrapper
fe'J-lp3wMTh&w3w _
*&$* s ffl£l?V'$ !i P>*> Tlie '"''■-'■ ■"'' ; >-
?gBS %'<i t'» Kff|»Jccts forfeveraud
Sd Si <&° I *'■:,„, *«ISjT; hl'H-, and remit
P«P CILESRATcD «^g , ,„,.,:,.
' j bflitated, bilious
?ft^\ and nervoue. To
\j^3S*. »,_S-~^ such persons, Hos-
<&*kithft ife=S tetter's Stomach
■!Sfc& Wwi V^C- l! »''»-'" affords
W ■%>* & Q,^*- a/i<'iimte protee
,g/*^>i*-?«. r^~ lion by incn as
.J^fc^Sffs^f ■ ' :i: ' v stamina
i'gf- v^ff^fiJ'f)'^'' '}"'%' auil li " resistant
>£v?'!3£!ite t sKs£Sj '■'&' checking itrogua-
\~'^kiffS?-'^^ r^^y' larities of the
4c - c -i"v^ f iSii^'^^ liver, stomncl) and
»**. „„, g& bowels. More-
v^s «* STOwA^n^rt^ over, it eradicates
t-= ? ; T'T^ '■»;''' li3^jf mala! of com-
*wßl P & Plaints oi anob-
B H a JaatfK stinate ty. c and
stands alone ■:■•■■!":%■ 1 among our national
• remedies. Porsali by »-ll Drnpgists and Dealers
generally. __^ al-lyMWFifewly
a G. GRIFFITHS,
a PENKYN
S(! GRANITE WORKS,
PENKrN, CAI-.
"~—-J ;■ I^., rp -.1 E BEST VARIETY AXL
•. ~rz.~ZZZ. 1 Largest Quarries on tht
<Qan . — .Pacific Ccast. Polished Gran-
ite Monuii'.^.i..- ', tones a;>. \ Tablets n:aj£
to order.
*3" Granite Bonding Sto:»e Cut, Dr<->geil
and Polished to Order. oil- - .:■
EBNER BROS.,
XMPOKTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IK
-L WINKS ANI> LIQUOBS,
116 and 118 X >;.. bet. Front and Second, Sac.
.IGEN-TS FOB THE celebrated
POMHEKT AND GRENO CIIAMPAONE.
je2s-lr.lm
GRATEFUL-COMFORTING.
FIFE'S COCOA
BREAKFAST.
"By a thorough knowledge of the natural
laws which govern the operations, "of digestion
and nutrition,' and by a careful t»npli''atiOD of
the line properties of well selected Cocoa, Mr.
Epns has provided our breakfast tn'»lea with a
delicately-flavored beverage which c aveua
many heavy doctors 1 1 >i Us. It is by the judicious
use of such article* of dii l tbi t a constitutioa
may be gradually tulit up until strops s.:i"v^h
to resist every tendency to disease. Bu-ulrcds
of subtle maladies are floating around us ready
to attack wherever there is a weal: point. We.
may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping our-
selves well fortified with pure blood and a prop-
erly nourished frame."— [civil Service Gazette.
Made simply with hoilins water or milk. Sold
only in half-pound tins, by Grocers; labelled thus:
JAMES CO.," Homeopathic chem-
ists* London, l'higlaiid.
San Francisco Pcp-t: RICH \RDS& HARRISON
:-y V:"---;:: - ' .!•.' l;.T,r. Ii
RVPfI? "BftCC VA\\
Price with Quality ISlade.iJA \ ,
»L 50. PACIFIC SAW SU'O. %a X
CO., Kos. IT and IS) Fremont V;\
street, San Francisco. «a
ap4-4ptfFMW \y
HALL'S PDLHOHARf BALSAM
THE BEST REMEDY IX USE FOR COUGHS,
_l Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis. Influenza, Croup,
In. ipicnt Consumption, and all Throat and Lung
Troubles. Sold by all Druggists for 5O ceuta.
J. it. GATKS & CO., I'roprietors, -117 San
mesirr^t, San Francisco nl9-lp I
PACIFIC SLOPE.
EXCITING SBSSI<» OF THE N«-
VADA LEGISLATURE.
Conductor in.; tired — Arl/.onn Legis
lature The ISreach of Promise
Case at San tlose.^
-
[SPECIAL DISFATCIIIS TO THE RECOKD-fNIOS.]
i'Al.ll OKNIA.
The San .'.>»•■ Broach of PramWo Case.
Sax Jose, March .">:!. —In (he suit of
Rlmira i >enbur vs. Thomas Fullon, for
breach of promise, Captain W. ''. Swa»cy,
jof.- . Francisco, testified to-day thai Fal
lon t.i!,! him in 1880 thai lie (Fullon) would
bo married on the Wednesday following
the conversation ; that Fullon Bpokoofn
little fill named Maud; and referred to
Maud':) mother, without naming her, us
his intended wife. i;. Harris, Jr., son-in
law of plaintilF, testified for the defense!
aiiil said that hehnd never Been defendant
at plain fa house more than half a dozen
times, altli m . ho (witness) lived with
plaintiff ofl and on for five years. Captain
Fallen, the defendant, testified that lie hail
never asked plaintiff to marry him, but
that she wanted him to many her, and she
had written him on the subject,' and seemed
to be dead bent on getting married. Ho
denied having over spoken to Swazey on
the subject of marriage, and pronounced
Swazcy a bummer. 01 t!io several wit
nesses examine for the defense, all but one
admitted mi cross-examination that they
received $10 per <!.:>■ while occupied in the
case, the arrangement having been made
with the defendant's agent.
The Reported Cot In liHilrouri Freight
Rates. i
San Pram ,- March stb.— Much feel
ing exists ii railroad lircle-* over the
reported : cut in freight rales
to the I ■..:■ I by one of the lines in the
Transcontinental I\h>l Association. It
is not known outside of railroad circles
what line it is. It is also asserted by rail
road men that one of the lines.' said to bo
the Sunset, has cvi a.s high as 25 per cent,
on west-bound freight, but the officers of
the road deny it.
Freight Conductor Bart.
Marysvii.t.k, Man . sth; — George S.
Fisher, condector of freight train Xo. !),
, met with a painful accident while doing
j yard work at the depot in this place atnooil
to-day, lie was in tin act of boarding a
rapidly-moving freight car, had taken hold
of the ladder on the forward end and
Stepped on the nd of the brake bar, when
his foot slipped off the bar, anil the Wheel
ran over the toes of the let"! foot. The right
foot was struck in such ;i manner as to
break one of the boms, He will here
moved to >... raiiiento this moon
Car Stable Barned.
Santa I!abi!ara, March sth.— Last even
ing, about 8 o'clock, the car stable and barn
belonging to A. K. Wihchcsor was burned.
The barn was rented by A. I. McPhail, who
had 120 tons of hay burned? All the cars
and stock, excepting one mule, were saved
The cause of the tire is unknown. The
, loss is $2,500 : insurance, $1,500.
NEVADA.
j
The Military :•.;!.' -Kegeni «>r the Univer
sity.
- Carbon, March sth. — The military bill
lacked one vote of passing over the Gov
ernor's head in the House. There \v:is
great exciti i it, the members calling each
other liars, challenging (uwh other to tight,
etc.
Dr. Harris resigned as Regent of the
University yesterday, ami to-day Colonel
11. 0. Shaw, i the Enterprtii ■...■■ unani
mously elected in his place.
Tin Kom in the Legislature.
Carson, March .■">:::. — The special ■■!<■;■ of
the evening was the consideration of the
■ Governor's veto of the military bill. The
I galleries and floor/were packed with peo-
I pip. Petitions and counter petitions wore
Iread'and like of Chun spoke for the
bill. Turretin of Humboldt chatged him
with lobbying linsl the bill only an
hour before; and the lie passed. Turrctin
then called Pipe a d— d liar, and the two
started toward each other, Turretin calling
oni that he could whip Pike then and
there. They wire separated, and in the
roll-call Getchell pa.«scu his vote, but when
! his name was again called voted against
the passago of tlii- bill ov< ■ the (tovernor's
head, and the proposition failed by one
vote of a two-thirds majority,' there'being
20 to 11. The Storey "county members
arose and cheered, and the floor was cleared
by tin Sergcant-at-Arms amid great con
fusion.
I •'
ARIZONA.
Territorial Legfslntnre.
Prusi ott, March — The bill tor the
construction of a railroad from the town of
Mr.ricppa * and the Southern Pacific Rail
road, via Tempe, to the city of Phci nix,
Maricopa county, a distance of about thirty
miles, lias passed both houses of the Legis
: lature. The bill grants a subsidy in Mari
| copa county bonds of $200,000 to i he conl
pany building the road, who are said to be
composed of Mi Salisbury and some other
San Francisco nun. The Legislature also
j passed a bill for the erection of an insane
; asylum at Phoenix. The bill appropriates
! $100,000 in Territorial bonds, bearing inter
est of seven per cent, per annum. The
bonds run for twenty years.
The Yaqni Indian Rising.
Tucson, Mai ',■ sth. — A ices just re-
I ceived here from Sonora state that Cajei
chief of the Yaqnis, has assumed a bold
and defiant attitude toward tin Mexican
General Topetei and a conflict is said to be
imminent. Cajeme has massed his war
riors around him, and holds ■■::'. intrenched
position, from which it would be difficult
to dislodge him. The Mexican <...-,<
I ment is fully alive to the situation, and
! troops are being gathered as rapidly as pos
sible for the assault.
Tire iii Phoenix.
Pikkxix, March sth.— Fire irasdiicovered I
in the building owned by Fred. Polockand i
occupied hy Wright it Walbridge as a ba
kery, at 7 o'clock ihis morning. The build
ing was entirely destroyed, also a frame
building adjoining the property of P.
Miner. Losses— Wright & Walbridge,
§5.000 ; insured roi : 1,000. The jbuilding
belonged to I'olock, loss, ,400; insured
for $000. P. Miner's loss is estimated at
$1,350 : no insurance, The damage to the
; adobe buildings adjoining, and the stock of
I the iii in. was $500. Had there been a sti mi '
«ii I half the town would have been
I:.. ■■ i
MERCHANDISE REPORT.
Tl ■ following freight passed Oj d n
March '■'»] :
For Sa W. M. Smith J half
barrel Bsh; Halt! Bros. .'.: Co., 2 bales • o
: -. i ease clothing; A. A. Van Voorhi* i
• Co., 2 barrels hard™ r< 2 casks chain. 3
s harm ss, 1 craies stirrups; Capital
Furniture Company. 14 boxes chair stock;
Weinstock A Luh'in, 11 cases! ■ i
collars, 1 ease dry k Is; W. D. ■ wistoi k,
9 boxes chairs; Billingsley iS Co., 5 balea
brooms; Mebhis&Co., 1 case cigarettes; 1).
H. Quinn, 11 cases hats; Baker A Hamil
ton, 80 boxes carbons; Booth A: ''■>„. 15
boxes and 6 packages tobacco; Hall, Lnhra
6 Co., 1 carload bellies; L. L. Lewis & Co.,
7 barrels glassware; Flolman, Stanton .'
Co., ■! racks handles, racks boards, 1 rack
braces, - racks lens. 2 racks wood, 8 racks
wheels, 2 l>ox< v s bolts; A. Dennery it Co.. 1
case lamp fixtnres.
For Grass Valley — Best A Lake, 7 cases
Ik nits illlii BhoCS.
For Live Oak— E. .1. Raymond, l box
hooks.
For Stockton— Hedges & Back, 10 pack
ages and 15 boxes tobacco; J. J. Dobson, S
rolls carpet: Austin Bros., IL' bandies
Bhovels, . r > boxes hardware, - boxes ham
mers, 1 bundles riddles, 4 handles spades,
f> boxes iron castors, B boxes hinges, - boxes
barn door hangers, o barrels chain, 1 box
iron rods. 3 boxes dothes-wringera, 1 1 boxes
scales. 1 box locks; L. H. Cutting, 1 incu
bator; California Wire Works, (i boxes car
bons: T. H. Selby.t Co., 4 bundles steel: T.
J. Stevens, 1 crate hardware.
For Wheatland— T. H. Stevens, 3 boxes
household goods, 1 roll carpet.
For Oroville— .l. N. Freiselburj.'. A cases
boots and shoes.
For Bedding— J. H. Cooper, l organ, l I
stool.
WHOLE ISO. 10..-69.
TELE GRAPHIC BREVITIES.
Ex-President Arthur way yesterday elect
ed an honorary member of the New York
1 lumber of Commerce.
The French Chambei of Deputies l>v a
voteol :ai to ISO, finally passed the', bill
raisinK the dot) on cereals.
&uuuclCrtrsoii 1 Iforpj ,oun
terfeit money in S*b „,.„,,.
City valued at neari> $1,000,000
Dr. Alberto V i^earaon was has
Philmte plim yesteway morain;
ing his wife nearly five years a^..
A. dispatch from Teheran states that the
■nt untivc chiefs •■! [ndia have
. Hi pj i--.ii>-. and
The Bros •; the N
.■'!'■ 1'
!.::\ . •■ ■ in l . - ■
77.
Courbet'a squadron hjia arrivi J
■ . from tha
I 1 awj ing rice.
A supplementary fbical estimate provides
fo an increase of 3,000 ufeii in the British
military service, .mil shows the exponsea of
the. ■ ■ i!ati ninipaign to the end oi Man b
to he $3,3ti0,000.
: ■ r 1 coi I "\ the London
in a long letter, attacks Bisi irck tor
a . ite falsehood
...Til t<>
1 rico
General Grant's condition was much im
proved yesterday ; He ate heart il . and
went out ridiiiß. The condition of bis
throat, however, is no better, and the pro
gress til the disease lias not bc-;n chocked.
Advices from Kgypt stale that signs of
discontent among the natives against lirit
ish rule are incrwisinß. Threats against tlio
life of Siephen'son, ilu< l^ngli^h cotnniaii<l
<•:-.;.. fre<inentlv heard on the streets of
■ udria.
The New York Daily Ofmnefcial Bulfitm
estimates tho Ogßregfttefro loss in February
... $10,000,000 >' per cent mote than ilu
average loss in February fur ten years past.
[Deluding January, so ■■■• $l^,. r >o0 1 0) worth
of property hi been burned ui> tliui far in
■ ■
1 ■ i ■'•
J. \'. ( ' ma i's schooner yacht Cannc
litu c1i .... i IV->i.i '„ .■ York yesterday for
San Francisco. The yacht .measures only
80 feet over all, ami has 7! 1 ton £r«>s<i dis
plaoeuienr. Her greatest : cam is 1! 4-101 'is
feet. .She draws '.'' ii 1 1 at the j;re»test
liepth. and is .•1..! and rigged through
out with . . view 1 ... 1 ■.:-■■!. wnrSc.
In Ashland, 0 W 1
Grant dolman p . r rar
•■. 11. >i
lirtil a cap :
'i;.; liis
... in ■ ' badh tii il ampul ition was
ry. He 1
wiiicli in.:;. •>■•■"•. . latal I: 0 house uaa
hah blown I. own.
One of President Cleveland's first nets, in
connection with his Jgcial household, was
his decision to retain™!., Prudenas assist
ant to Private Secretary Lamont. Prudcn
was appointed by President Grant as T..c
bearer of Presidential communications to
cither house of Congress, and during so
many administrations has becoraoa fumil*
figure to all who are connected. In any
way with affairs at the Capitol.
SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS.
Delinquent taxes are being paid into the
Tax Collector's office :it the rate of 1 1,000
per Jay.
A $100 forfeit ha - bern put up by Whist
ler fora mixed wrestling atatcli with Dun
can C. Ross.
The February warrants for school teach
ers arc ready for dclive£> at the office of the
Secretary of th Hoard <;!' Education.
It is stated that Colonel John I. Jackson
has transferred hi; moneyed interest in the
Daii /'■■ • ' ■■■ /"<>.«; to Postmaster Samuel
Backus .- _ : V
trod W. Murat, 'employed as in >!-■• r i.i
the Union Brewery, accidentally fell into a
caldron of ■ Mil'; water and, after lin
gering in intense pain forseverai bours.'cx
pi red
A fire early Thursday morning at Fourth'
and Market "streets destroyed a number of
small stores, loin;; damage to the extent of
$10,000. The buildingK wore, owned by .las.
C. !"• i
During the ten days', gambling indulged
in by the Chinese last month on account of
the festivities of the New Year, Sergeant
Birdsall's squad hi:;.!.' 131 arrests, amount
ing in lines an I forfeitures to $2,100.
The Congregational Club of clergymen
discussed on .Monday night the doctrine of
'-Eternal Punishment. The ministers
disagreed as to its nature, but said endless
punishment is clearly taught !>y the Bible.
' 11. 0. Rodgers, an eng m ■ 1 who lives on
Ellis street, has been arrested on complaint
of his wife, Mary Jane Rodger?, who says
thai Ilodgers lias neglected to provide for'
her or tin 7-year-old boy since'Janriary
l.Sih. •,
The speculators in opera tickets are grow
ing more and more furious and desperate!!
On Wednesday night they w.i ■ unable to
sell any tickets, and pat them in the hands
of an attorney for 11 suit against Maplcson;
because Emm 1 Nevada did notsiHg, M ad
vertised.
r i he strike, at the Union Works is again
assuming serious proportions. On Wednes
da.v morning there were no helpers in tho
mqlders 1 department, and, it i.s asserted;
the moldcrs were asked to help one an
other. This they refused to dp, ami, there
being no one else to help them tiiey quit;
or, to be exact, did not begin to work;
i!« . Henry A. Sawtelle, D. I)., who ar
rived here JanUiiryl; i-m. from Kalauia
xon, Midi . to lake charge of the Zion [Jap
tist ( hurch, has resigned his pastorate and
cone Kasl with his family. Mr. Suwti
health gave out n >'■ w weeks ago. and bis
j>hysi«.ian« advi-joil him to give up preach
ing and take .1 rest for a year or more as
the only means fora complete restoration.**
Police Judge fowler is denied the mo
tion to disiniia, for want of jurisdiction, the
charge of criminal libel ogainst Ed ward I.
IjOake, of the Dixon Tribune, preferred by
clerk McCarthy, of the Supreme Court.
The motion was on the ground that at the
time of the publication of the libel the
complainant was not a resident r.f San
Francisco. of Sharon v S . Hi,,. t]l ea,
--i" tin ■ .!<.■ of Sharon vs. Hill, tbe ac
tion to declare the famous marriage con
tract a forgery, Judge Sawyer on Wednes
day denied the motion for a stay of
proceedings, and granted leave to tile" the
supplemental answer upon the espr con
dition that it do not in any way obstruct
the jirod'otluigs in the suit or extend the
time for the taking of tcstim . otherwise
allowed.
?.[:irtiisa '.'l', ill" while girl baby rescued
from the Chinese Dr. Lee l.i Tour and his
wife; died last Saturday at St. .1 ■■'■;• In
fant Asylum, of pneumonia. Another girl
baby resetted from the < !hinese abpnt t!ic
same time, (lied on (he IStli of lost month
nt the Hospital for Women and Children.
Physicians think thai death in hath ease*
was caused by the change from the hot at
mosphere of the Chinese homos t<> the
cooler air of the hospitals.
Respect Due to Wives! — l>o not jest
with your wife upon a subject in which
there is danger of wounding her feelings.
Remember that she treasures ever; word
you otter. Do not speak of great vim;. -
in another man's wife, to remind your own
of a fault. Do not reproach your wife
with persona] defects, for, if she ha* sensi
bility, you inflict .1 wound difficult to heal.
Do not treat your wife with inattention in
company; it touches her pride, and she will
not respect you more or love you better
for it. Do not upbraid your wife in the
presence of a third party; the sense of your
disregard for her feelings will prevent' her
from acknowledging her fault. , Do not at
tempt to entertain your wife by praising
the beauty and accomplishments of other
women. If you would have ■ pleasant
home and a cheerful wife, pass your even
ings under your own roof. Do not be Stern
and silent in your own house, and remark
able for sociability elsewhere. — [Selected
t'oMi-MMENTAnv'.— The Sacramento lite
okd-Uxion has entered upon its h ft v- third
volume. It is one of the ablest ami most
influential journals in therStnte, and ric' 1 •
deserves the prosperity it lias met
[San Jose Times-Mercury.

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