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THURSDAY MAriCII 26, 1885
VKAinirii KIJPURT.
All Observations Taken on the 75tli Meri
dian (Eastern) Time.
KIONA.L OFFICE, U. K. ARMY, I
j^. j Sacramento. March '_'•">, 1885. J
11 p. M^Eastern time), 75th meridian ; 8 P. M.
(Pacific time), 120 th meridian. . „
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Tatoosii.... 30.11 — .OsUs— 2 ■ S. : C!c-ar
P. Angeles 30.08 — .10:46 0 Calm 0 ......'Clear
Olymvia-.:K).ou — .Os'ss +4 Calmo> iClenr
FtCauby J30.12 — .O!jft4 — 6 N. til ideal
Portland ..130 07 —.07 55—2 CalinOj Clear
Ro&eburg. 80.10 —.02601+3 CalmO ...... ! Clear
ifeadocn 30.16 +.friol — 1 N. 8 Clear
Bed Bluif. 'M.V) — .12.C9 0 S Cloudy
Sarimnto.. :*(l7 .02 59—1 S. W. 8: Cloudy
S. Fran — 80.19 +.1)4 56 0 W. | .12 Clear
L. Angels. 30.20 -f .01,56 +2 W. * .0] Clear
8. DlegC... 30.3) +.02 5"!— 3 X.AY. I .22Clcar
Slaziraum temperature, CS.O; minimum. 55.0.
JAMES A. BARWICK,
fc-.';: Sergeant, Signal Corps, U. 8. A.
Weather Probabilities.
' Washington, March Indications for
Pacific coast : Fair weather in north and south
regions. Fair weather in middle Pacific coast,
followed by local rains.
ADVERTISEMENT MENTION.
To-night, " A Mountain Daisy.' 1
The ]/>an Exhibition— Mummy.
<).''. P., Friendship Council.
W. C. T. D. ( to-day.
Court Sacramento, this evening.
Sacramento Commander}', to-night.
Masquerade ball, this evening.
Auction Sale.
.Sherburu .V: Smith, to-morrow, at 120 J street.
Business Advertlsementg.
lle<\ House — Oats and caps.
1.. L. Lewis A po. — Garland ranges.
Weinstock & i.ubin Sailor suits.
Found— Small package of valuables.
.Situation wanted.
For sale — Grape and fruit land.
W. D. Comstock— Furniture.
Manley's Wood Tonic.
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.
WHO IT WIS.
The Identity of the Man Found in the
River Monday.
Reference was made in yesterday's
Record-Union* to the facte connected with
the finding Monday afternoon of the body
of an unknown man floating in the river
opposite Preeport, ami the inquest held
thereon by Justice Scully, of Washington.'
Chief Jackson had for some weeks been
looking for and expecting information of
that character. About six weeks ago John
Brown, proprietor of a saloon at Second
and I. streets, informed him that a man
named McDonald, who was employed as
line-tender on the barge of the Steamer San
Joaquin, No. 8, bad about two weeks pre- '
viously left at his place one evening a por
tion of his clothing, etc, and had never
Called for the article.-', nor had he (Brown)
heard of any one having seen him from
the time he left the saloon that evening to
go aboard his boat, though there was ten
days' pay coming to him from the steamer
company. It was Brown's belief that
something must have happened to him,
either
row. PLAY
Or he had fallen overboard and drowned.
Chief Jackson made inquiries at once, and
from that time he has kepi the matter in
mind, believing that some day McDonald's
body would be found in the river. The
description of the body found on Monday
tallied with that given of Donald so
clusely that yesterday the Chief, accompan
ied by Brown, Justice Scully and Under
taker Kavanaugh, went to the cemetery to
disinter and examine the remains. When
the body was exposed Brown identified it
by the general appearance and clothing as
that of the missing sailor; ami there was
also corroborative evidence in the form of
an old injury to the end ofthe forefinger of
the left hand, which McDonald i...'i
told Brown was bitten during a
light. A close examination of the
head of the deceased showed that what
had been taken at the time of the
inquest to be a bullet wound— the ball hav
ing glanced from the skull, ami emerged
from beneath the scalp a short distance
from where it entered— was in fact an in
jury inflicted by a blow with some weapon,
which, jUSt above the right car, hail
CRUSHED Tin: SKILL,
While the marks taken for .powder burns
were the discolorations caused by the blow,
extending to the right eye, which was
bloodshot. The body wits not badly de
composed, considering the time it was iii
the water, having probably been covered
with sand most of the time. Among the
property left by McDonald at the saloon
were two memorandum books, containing
a few papers. Two of these were hospital
and poll-tax receipts made out in the name
of George McDonald, and obtained by him
in Yreka township, Siskiyou county, in
Is-*:;. There was also a receipt made
out in the name of John X.
McDonald, in Yreka. ■ same year: also
a registered letter receipt issued at
Blount Shasta postoffice, January 25, 1884;
to John N. McDonald, the letter being di
rected to 204 Montgomery street, San Fran
cisco; and another registered letter receipt
from the office at Lakeview, Or., August
12,' 1864. to John N. McDonald, the letter
being directed to tbe Home Benefit Asso
ciation, Still Fran isco. It is not known
. whether George and John X. McDonald are
the same person, or relatives, but the above
facts are given in the lief that they may
lead to the discovery of bis or their friends.
It is the belief of Chief Jackson that the
deceased was murderously assaulted by
someone and thrown into the river, thou 1
ii is possible that be fell in accidentally and
received the fracture of the skull at the
time. 1 .-; ' : -'** '-
Not Easily Stumhd. — A Chinaman who
was being chaffed l»y some white men re
cently swallowed without gasping a tough
snake st try, remarking : "Oh, that nothing
to China snake. In China there awful
snakes. One kind snake have two heads- -
one at head end, 1 one at tail end. _ S"*>ose
v.iv tlilnw look, club, bleak him in two,
both heads conn.' at you kill you '." His
listeners couldn't accept hi snake as easily
as he had their:*, and began asking ijtics
tions, in order to break '•"« " bis evidence.
One of them inquired, "How does the
snake do, if one head wants to go one wa*
and the other to go another?" The China
man looked at Ilia interrogator with scorn.
"China ike never do that way," be re
plied. " China snake no - tool !"
I
tt.-RWiCK- Retort.- The Signal Service
reports at 8 o'clock last night shows a fall
ing barometer in Washington Territory
and Oregon, and rising In California, with
southerly and westerly winds. Clear
weather prevails from Tatoosh to Red
Bluff and from San Francisco to San Diego,
it being cloud; at the above hour only at
Sacramento. Sacramento got left yesterday
on the foul-went her sunset, but San Fran
cisco and Los Angeles did not. At 8
o'clock last night Sacramento and San
Francisco reported a foul-weather sunset.
and it is to be hoped that Sacrami nto will
not be left to-day without an appreciable
precipitation ol moisture.
I - i
p 0 jj Court. ln the Polite Court yes
terday the case of Fonts Ging (long, for
misdemeanor, was continued until to-day.
....1. .-.-I'll Kelly was found guilty of bat
tery and lined 5*10......Jr-bn Harrison was
convicted on a charge of vagrancy, and sent
to the County Jail for thirty days Billy
Jut-son arrested for visiting an mm den,
forfeited his deposit.:.... Billy . Wiggs, ar
rested at the same time for a like offense
concluded to stand trial, and bis case will
taken up this morning b. Iv lay les,
for having been drunk, was fined »6, or five
days in the city jail The case of P.
Keily, for misdemeanor, went over until
to-day.
I)i;mi*eo into Bake Como.— Yesterday
morning the driver of the livery wagon
of 8 J and J. M. Jackson drove down to
the China slough to dump therein some.
scraps of tin and iron, the refuse of their
tin shop. Tho driver backed the wagon up
to the steep bank, when the latter started
to run into tie- .slough and pulled the horse
in after it. - The driver managed to hold on
to the horse's head until he freed him from
the wagon. The horse then swam across
the lake and came out on the other side.
Where tin* wagon entered the slough the
water is about twenty feet deep.
Millinery Opening at Mrs. Barber &
Pealer-a, March 2Cth, 27th ami 28th. *
' See 'Saturday" advertisement for extra bar
gains. Ked House. *
THE LOAN EXHIBITION.
The Mummy Excites Interest— A Military
• Serenade to Mrs. Crocker.
The Loan . Exhibition met with some
check in receipts last night, owing to
counter attractions— tbe parade of the mil
itary, a concert, a club party, etc. Rut it
had an intelligent and representative au
dience, and the programme presented was
especially fine. Mr. Grant played a clario
net solo with excellent effect, his execution
being brilliant and artistic. Miss Nellie
Holbrook, of San Francisco, who has be
come a prime favorite, gave two recita
tions, and delighted the auditors with her
splendid voice and her unquestioned elo
cutionary skill. C. A. Neale, accompanied
by bis wife as pianist, gave a .flute
solo, from Abt, that was a thoroughly
finished performance. It was played
with feeling and cultured taste. Miss
Gertie Gerrish played a piano solo
with fine effect and was warmly applauded.
Mr. J. S. Swan, lif San Francisco, gave
Chinese character acts in costume, and
proved himself to be an excellent comedian
and imitator. Atone point, in lecturing on
the mummy in pigeon English, and de
scribing Alexander Badlam's flight to the
San Francisco express office with the
mummy, which he described as very hun
gry, Swan unrolled an oil painted scroll
showing at first mummy wrappings, and |
as he described the occupant of them as I
now fat, but as one who would be hungry, ;
too, when mummified; the unrolling ol the j
scroll was finished, and disclosed the ,
smiling countenance of Badlam, while .the
audience roared with laughter. The or- ■
chestra last night was in especial good \
form. It is the common remark that it is !
one of the best local orchestras that has i
ever played in the city. To-night a fine I
orchestral concert will be given, and spe
cial features for the entertainment of vis
itors will be presented. It is expected that
several ladies will attend in fancy dress,
and possibly in costumes from the lchi Ban
and in some 01 the old costumes in
tin* exhibition. It has been ! resolved
to continue the exhibition to the close of
the week. Friday and Saturday evenings
several prominent ladies, and some of them ;
members of Mrs. Crocker's family, will
present novel features in the evening's en
tertainment, with tableaux and some
humorous personations, and talent from
San-Francisco will render them assistance.
The mummy yesterday attracted great atten
tion. An absurd story was set afloat that it
was a practical joke, and that the Museum
Association had no mummy on exhibition.
Those present yesterday at the gallery can
give the report flat denial. The figure is
that of a woman, probably 5 feet 3 inches
in high., and originally weighing about 125
pounds. The internal organs were re
moved, and the body mummified and ex
cellently preserved, probably by the salting
process. One hand crosses the body and
one rots upon the breast. The hands
anil feet are very small and well
formed, and (he nails show that the
hands were not accustomed to hard
work. Unlike the Egyptian mummy
examples, this body is not in wrappings, but
the whole body is exposed. It kneels upon
one knee ami the other is drawn up close
to the body, but evidently the foot of that leg
was originally upon a level with the oppo
site knee. It is one of several mummies
brought from an Alaskan cave, and the
appearances Indicate that it is of very an
cient date. It is in many respects a super
ior example of the mummy fraternity.
Mummies are either preserved as such by
treatment with bitumen, and by binding,
after embalming, with cloths soaked in a
resinous preparation ; or they are treated
with salt. In that case they assume a dark
olive brown and are light. Such is the
case with the mummy now here.. It is a
great curiosity and well worth a visit to
the gallery, and any who have supposed it to
be other than as represented will find out
their mistake on examination. At half
past ten last night the First Artillery
Regiment, Colonel T. W. Sheeban com
manding, marched to the residence
of Mrs. Crocker and gave her a delightful
serenade with the regimental band A
very large assemblage stood in the street
and listened to the music. Mr. Dillman.in
behalf of Mrs. Crocker, thanked the regi
ment for the compliment heartily. Miss
Holbrook, by request of Mrs. Crocker, ap
peared at the front oi the dwelling and re
cited, with patriotic fenor, '* Sheridan's
Ride" and ''Barbara Frietchie." She was
loudly applauded. The soldiers and the
assemblage gave three rousing cheers for
Mrs. Crocker, and the ladies and friends on
the porch returned them with a will. Sev
eral new exhibits were placed in the exhi
bition yesterday, and among them was a
very beautiful collection of butterflies from
South America, by Mrs. C. W. Clarke.
The following will be the orchestra pro
gramme for to-night: Polonaise, "Bon
Ton,'.' Sappe; overture, "Arouse," Boett
'_',•[•; waltz, " Violets," Waldteufel; schot
tische, "Too Sweet," floss; selection,
" Bonnie Scotland," Catlin ; waltz, *' Fairy
Tales." Faust; medley overture, " How
Delightful," C.itlin;' galop. concert
(Grant . As special features piano solos
are expected from a lady and gentleman of
this city, both accomplished performers.
I ...-■ Vv-
A Musical Treat.— A fine audience,
comprising some of our best people, was
present at the Congregational Church last
evening to hear the concert given by the
celebrated tenor, Signor Ernesto Baldanza,
and the distinguished basso cantante, Sig
nor l.ttigi Lencioni, late of Brignoli Opera
Company, assisted by the following local
talent: Mrs. Fleissner-Lewis, ' ■ Mrs. S.
Wasserman and the local quartet com
posed of Messrs. Graham, Sanborn, Car
roll and Auerbach. The concert, taken as
a whole, was of superior merit, was highly
appreciated and every son.' was encored.
Messrs. Baldanza and Len_?oni are
vocalists of acknowledged fame and
merit, ami their efforts last night
fully justify the high encomiums they have
received through the -,-olumns of the press,
both in this country anil Europe. The
ladies who participated have excellent
voices, show careful training ami as ama
teurs they may justly belong in the front
rank. As to 'the quartet- it is doubtful if
lour better trained voices can be found out
side of the profession on the coast. The
programme was as follows: " Vedi Xa
poli c poi Maori," (Martini Signer I.en
cioni; encore. "La Dunza" (Rothini):
quartet, " The Water Lily" ■..!■:. I, Messrs.
Graham, Sanborn, Carroll, Auerbach; en
core, "Evening Serenade;" " Ballata
Queata c Quella liigoleUo" (Verdi), Signor
Baldanza; encore, "Nmi c Vero" Mattes) ;
"The Beggar Child" (Gtimpert), Mrs.
Fleissner-Lewis; encore, "The Danube
River;" "Duetto Elisire d'Amore (Doni
zetti). Signoi Baldanza and Signor Lencioni;
encore, "Am • the Pane; ' duetto, '.' Tro
vatore—Amor Alirose" Verdi), Mrs.
Pleissner- Lewis ami Signor Baldanza; en
core, "Uepeola en Queen;" "La Mora"
itiiorza) — composed expressly fortbepopu
tilat* artist Signor Lencioni; encore, "The
Crying Song' (Opera Cantanelia); "La
Donna en obile" (Verdi), *~- i :i• -:* Baldanza;
encore, repeated last verse: "Grand Duo
Rataplan F-glia del Reggiiuento " Doni
zetti), Mrs. Fleissner and Signor Lencioni ;
encore, repeated last verse; quartet,
" Pirate's Serenade " (Gould . Messrs. Gra
ham, Sanborn. Carroll, Auerbach ; terzet
to, " Lombard] Qual Volutta" (Verdi),
Mrs. Wei land, Signor Baldanza and Signor
Lencioni. The audience was a critical one,
manifested its approval with loud and fre
quent applause, and there is no tloubt but
that repetition would secure a much larger
attendance than was present last evening.
Receiver's Sale at Auction.—.Shcr
burn A* -smith will sell at auction at 10 a.
m. to-morrow, by direction of Albert M.
Johnson, receiver, at :. ■ store No. i_v. J
street, between Fourth and Filth, lately
occupied by Max Camp, the entire st,., of
gents' furnishing goods, comprising white
and colored shirts, undershirts and draw
ers, collars, neckties, suspenders, gloves,
handkerchiefs, jewelry, etc. The stock will
he offered .- a hole, and, if a satisfactory
bid i.. p...: received, then in lots to suit.
Opposed ti. Bonds.— Enterprise Grange,
No. 129, P. of 11., held a meeting on the
21st iust., and, after a spirited discussion of
the proposition for the county to issue
bonus to pay for the general improvement
of the roads, it was resolved, *- Thai we, the
farmers ami taxpayers Of this county, are
unanimously opposed to the issuing of such
bonds, ami we therefore respectfully urge
that for the welfare of our county, the
honorable Board do not issue them." * :
j ChiEDK-K's wide-brim sailor hats, in a
variety of colors, a superior braid, 2.3 cents.
Ladies' wide cartwheel hats. 50 cents. Mull
in all colors for hat trimming. Red Bouse.- 1
Remnants of Nottingham lace reduced
to one-half the original price. Our prices
for parasols are the lowest in tin- city, lied
House. ■_ "*
But no tewing machine until you have
seen the bsst, the light-running " Domes
tic." Office, 505 J street. *
Call for RuhstaUer's Pilsener * Felsen
Beer—* the best mads.
BRIEF NOTES.
7. Two carloads of immigrants arrived this
morning.
A new sidewalk _ is bang laid in front of
the Clunie building.
'■Howard Kimbrough fell while skating at
the rink .Tuesday night and, broke one of
the bones of bis left wrist. .
Sheriff Martin, of Tehama county, took
to the asylum at Stockton last evening an
insane man named Jacob Vandivort.
The Eagle Winery of this city, M. S.
Nevis proprietor, shipped yesterday a car
load of assorted wines to New York City. 7-
The property owners in Willow Slough
School District. Yolo county, have voted a.
tax of $1,200 to build a new school-house.
The Governor yesterday appointed J. W.
Orear a Supervisor of the Third Supervisor
District of Sierra county, vice W. C. Doud,
deceased. "777* : \7 77-'7_77:
John A. Cunningham, of this city, is
constructing a large steel steam boiler for
Gladding & Aicßean's stoneware manufac
tory at Lincoln. 7*;..'.
JllmesAlaiideville, of this city, has been
appointed postal agent on the route lie
tween Sacramento and Delta, vice H. C.
Chaplin, resigned.
The indications are that Our Friends will
have a lare attendance at their bai masque
'at Armory Hall to-night. The preliminary
entertainment commences at 8 o'clock.
These arrests were made onlay : Thos.
Henry Johnson, by officers Franks and
Rider, for petty larceny ; Frank Kohn, by
ofiicers Sullivan and Arlington, for battery.
Add. C. llinkson filed with the County
Recorder yesterday his official bond as it
Notary Public, given in the -sum of $5,000,
"Mill Richard Dale ami C. Heisen as sure
ties. r.App r-A-A-r
' In the city yesterday : Walter Bent, Oleta;
George Wattson, San Francisco ; Edward
Holcomb, Henry White. P. M. Coons. Elk
drove; P. J. Dunne, F. V. Ryland,' San
Jose.
Sentence in" the case of Alice Costello,
recently convicted in Department One of
the Supreme Court on a charge of robbery,
was yesterday further continued until this
morning.
The steamer San Joaquin, Xo. 2, arrived
from San Francisco yesterday with mer
chandise, and the D. E. Knight, from
Marysville, with grain. They both cleared
for San Francisco.
Wild flowers are in blossom everywhere,
and little parties of ladies and gentlemen
go out into the country daily to enjoy pri
vate picnics, and seem to be getting 'the
cream of the picnic season.
The alarm of fire at 12:20 p. M. yesterday
was caused by the ignition of the roof of J.
L. Briggs* residence, on the north side of
O street, between Fifth and Sixth, in con
sequence of a defective flue. A few buckets
of water extinguished the fire.
The residence of C. H. Odell, P street,
between Nineteenth and Twentieth, was
burglarized yesterday, and robbed of a
quantity of jewelry. Officers Kent and
Arlington have arrested a young man who
is supposed to have been the thief.
Although the fact that a change of time
of railroad trains would go into effect yes
terday had been announced in good season,
quite a number of Sacramentans managed
to forget, and in consequence missed the
trains by which they wished to travel.
The keel ofthe new steamer which J. W.
Rock is building on the Yolo side of the
river, near the bridge, for Wilcox & Harri
son, to be used as a trading boat, has been
laid, and the "lbs are nearly or i-nite all in
place._ She will be somewhat larger than
the original Xeponset, and will use the ma
chinery that did service in that vessel.
Jack Ackers, who recently burglarized
the store at Antelope station in which the
railroad office is located, and last Monday
in the Superior Court pleaded guilty of
burglary, was yesterday sentenced by
Judge Van Fleet to serves term of twenty
years in the State Prison at Folsom, the
sentence being made thus severe because of
his being an incorrigible offender who has
spent much of his life behind the bars.
At St. RoscChurch, last evening, Michael
Flynn and Miss Katie Hughes were united
in marriage by Rev. Father Grace. John
F. Connors acted as groomsman and Miss
Virginia Lee as bridesmaid. After the.
marriage ceremony the newly-married
entertained their many friends in" the par
lors ofthe State House, where a fine lunch
eon was spread, and the happy couple wen
congratulated over many a flowing glass of
champagne.
A warrant was yesterday .-.•.urn out by
Christ Merg for the arrest of Frank Kahn
on a charge of battery. The parties drive
beer wagons for different breweries. A cer
tain saloon takes beer from one of them to
day ami from the other to-morrow, as it
were. Somehow yesterday one of them gut
mixed .1- to dates,' and left beer when it was
the other man's turn. As a result they had
a dispute, and Kahn is accused of having
struck Merg over the head with a brass beer
faucet.
Fire-Alarm and Telegraph Wires.
Eds. Record-Union : In the report of the
Fire Commissioners, published in the
Record-Ukion, the Chief Engineer ofthe
Fire Department recommends that the
wires of the fire-alarm system be placed in
underground conduits instead of on poles in
the air.
Now in all England there is about 100
miles of iron piping for underground wires
ami about 3,000 miles of wire. In the foggy
damp atmosphere of London, and where
the air is filled with smoke and particles of
matter that, settling in the fog, produce a
coating or scale over the surface of exposed
wire ami its insulators, there is a great deal
of leakage of the electric current, and
more perfect insulation is a necessity. But
in the comparatively dry atmosphere ol our
city the air line Insulation may be made al
most perfect, In cities like 'London and
Paris, where the population is so dense and
the amount of service wires required so
great, it becomes also a matter of necessity
to remove the wires from 1 1 •- • house-tops or
along the streets. Paris utilizes the sewers
by stretching the wires along in wooden
troughs, In London the average' cost of
laying down cast-iron socket pipe for un
der-ground wires, conducting wire for
under-ground lines and drawing the same
through the pipes is about £350 per mile,
0r 51,750 of our money. As our system
consists of nearly twenty miles, of wire,
the total cost, according to London prices
of material and labor, would be 135,060,
which I apprehend we are not able to stand
at this time. 77... *.-_- :
There should be some ordinance passed
with reference to the wires stretched over
our streets, now rapidly growing in num
ber. All main lines should be restricted to
the alleys, and should be confined to poles
Of a uniform night. The city might erect
the poles, and require all wires to run on
such poles, and each person so using the
poles pay a pro rata Sum for the privilege.
The fire-alarm wires should be erected on
separate poles, at least five feet above every
other wire, so there could be no possible
contact of wires. Skeleton pole- could be
erected on bouse tops, as done in New York
city, so that they da not injure the roof or
wails. - • yyrA.-.
The wires that now stretch over the city
in every direction are most unseemly in
appearance, and sonic of them we so low
that 'i load of hay could scarcely pass under
them. Some of the tire alarm wires are
tied to flimsy insulators, and are not uni
form in Size or material, and in many in
stances it. is impossible to distinguish be
tween telephone line and fire-alarm wire ;
in some places less nam a fool of space
separates' the different wires, a fault that
should I"* rectified. Electro.
Business Mkbtiso- — meeting of busi
ness men ami others feeling an interest in
the raising of the endowment fund neces
sary t.i acceptance of Mrs. Crocker's gift, is
to be held to-day at 3 r. v.. at U. P. Cole
man's office. * The cost of the Crocker art
gallery has been stated at $180,000. A
gentleman situated to know, yesterday
stated that to his knowledge it coal a great
deal more than that— nearly a third more,
while the paintings very much exceeded the
figure of 1200,000 heretofore placed upon
them — indeed by quite twice as much.
Boot Recovered. — The body ofCalipto
Bans, son of .1. J. Haras, who was drowned
nearly two weeks ago by falling into the
river near the fool Of R street, while hitch
ing his boat, was found floating near Free
port yesterday morning. Coroner dark
was notified and went down and brought it
to the city.' An inquest was held in thecase
last evening, but nothing new was devel
oped, nor anything to show that the drown
ing was not accidental.
Alarm of FruE.— At 1:15 this morning
an alarm of fire was turned in from box
32, caused by « dense smoke being discov
ered in the clothing store of. H. Marks, on
X street, between Fourtli and Fifth. The
department - was promptly on .'hand,- but
their service, were not required, as . the
small fire which' created the smoke was
put out without' the, aid 'of water. The
damage wa? nominal/,
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
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C. H. Hubbard went to San Francisco
' yesterday afternoon.
i Senator Ilotitier and wife returned from
San Francisco yesterday. . .7 7
Mrs: Robert Allen went up to Marysville
yesterday for a short visit.
:. Hon. W. (_'- Hendricks went up to Oro
ville yesterday from Sacramento.. : 7
W. 0. Stose, a former Sacramentan, now
li vi ng in Biggs, was here yesterday.
Dr. George A. Moore, of San Francisco,
returned home from here yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Bah! iff got
back yesterday from a visit to Grass Valley.
Senator Jeremiah Lynch, of San Fran
cisco, returned home from here yesterday.
Mrs. A. J. Stevens and Mrs. George Smith
have gone to San Francisco to see Emma
Xevada.
Stephen Beck, of this city, has started on
a trip to England, ami will be absent sev
eral months.
Judge P. 0. Hundley and A. F. Jones, of
Oroville, returned home yesterday from
San Francisco.
J. F. Calderwood left yesterday . for Cas
troville, Monterey county, to visit a friend
who is very sick. , .
Judge W. 11. Bealtv, Henry Edgerton,
Frank P. Ryan and W. E. Ormsby came
up from the' Bay yesterday noon.
George McCready ami daughter of Rock
iin, and E. M. Scott and Harry Barrett, of
Roseville, were visiting Sacramento yes
terday.
T. E. Morse and A. E. Morse, of Sacra
mento, will arrive from the East by the
overland train this morning. Mrs. Henry
Miller will arrive to-day by the southern
route.
Conductor Henry Johnson, of the Sacra
mento and Placerville Railroad, who has
been sick for several weeks, resumed duty
yesterday, though scarcely fully recovered
in health. - ;7*
. Mrs. B. Howe gave a children's party
yesterday afternoon at her residence on
Eleventh street, between X and 1., in honor
of her little folks, Miss Bertie and Master
Frank, and from 1 o'clock till 6 about fifty
boys and girls enjoyed themselves in the
cheeriest manner imaginable.
Mrs. H. C. Briggs and daughter, Miss
Helen Briggs.who have been spending some
months at the East and returned by way of
New Orleans to see the World's Exposition,
arrived at Sacramento Tuesday. After vis
iting here and at Winters a few weeks they
will leave for Honolulu, to make an ex
tended visit at the Islands.
Arrivals at the Golden Eagle Hotel yes
terday: C. E. Coleman, Chicago; Walter
H. Lew, wife and child, San Francisco;
J. V.. Hall. Santa Rosa; Jell Wilcoxon,
city ; Ed. C. Humphrey, city; J. M. Staf
ford, Thomas Loughman, San Francisco;
S. J. Stabler, Yuba City ; J. 8. Swan, San
Francisco; Edwin C. Woodson and wife,
Oakland ; Mrs. X. It. Craven, San Francisco.
Ex-United States Senator John Conness,
at present a resident of Massachusetts, came
upfront the Hay Tuesday evening. Yes
terday morning, in company with ex-
Surveyor-General Sliauklin, lie left for a
short visit to bis old home, Georgetown, El
Dorado county. Mr. Conness represented
El Dorado county in both branches of the
California Legislature, and was a member
of that body when elected to the United
States Senate. E'_
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. Executive Pardon.— Governor Stone
man lias pardoned and ordered released
from the State Prison Walter lidding, who
was convicted <>fl an assault with a deadly
weapon at the September term. 1883, ofthe
Superior Court cf San Joaquin county, and
sentenced to two years' imprisonment. The
pardon was granted upon the recommenda
tion of the Board of Prison Directors.
. **■ . *-. * . .pry
Caught by Hounds. — Tuesday morning
one of the prisoners at the Folsom prison,
a Chinaman, made an effort to escape by
running away. f One of the guards shot at
him, inflicting a slight wound. As that did
not bring him to a stop, the Warden turned
his bloodhounds!: loose upon the fugitive's
trail, ami they soon caught him.
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--l'loKox-SiiootlNci Match. At Florin next
Monday there will bean interesting pigeon
shooting match, growing out of an asser
tion by ].. I). Jones that he would produce
a man who could beat " Frosty" Coons in
a match at 2-7 birds for $50 a side. A bet
being made. Mr. Jones ■ names George W.
Watson as bis representative.
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MERCHANDISE REPORT.
The following freight passed Ogden
March 22d :
For Sacramento— Baker it Hamilton, 1
car agricultural implements, 1 car wagons;
John Bruener, 1 box hat racks ; W. 1).
Comstock, 4 boxes chairs, 1 car furniture;
Stanton & Thompson, 1 liar hay racks, 10
crates forges ; Earle, Potter & Co., 11 bar
rels. 1 boxes, 3 casks and 2 tierces glass
ware; Vf. 3. Irvine. 1 buggy and fixtures;
S. I.ipman it Co., 1 case umbrellas, 1 case
lio.i___ry; lln'iinaii. Stanton it Co., 1 car
agricultural implements; J. Wagner it Co.,
61 boxes machinery ; H. Fisher it Co., 1
case toys ; Booth & Co., JO boxes baking
powder: S. S. Nathan & Co., 1 case dry
Etoodi : Hale Bros. & Co., 3 cases shoes; A.
Dennery & Co., 2 barrels lamp chimneys;
Mebi us & Co., 2 packages tobacco; Kirk,
Geary it Co., 10 cases medicine; 8. L. Price,
1 chest tools; Burns. Hancock & Co., 1
hogshead crockery-.
For Stockton — Austin Bros., 51 bundles
shovels, 10 crates forges, 1 crate pans, 1 jack,
1 box fans, (1 boxes carriage bolts; J. Wil
liams, 1 case cotton goods, 2 bags hair:
Grangers' Union, s boxes rivets; Garwood
A* Langridge, 3 cases boots and shoes; Stein
hart, Goldsmith & Co., 7 cases clothing; T.
H. Selby A' Co., •>.. boxes iron mils ; M. P.
Henderson^ 1 case saddlery ; .1. T. Hicken
iiotliatn. 8 bundles shafts.
For Marysville — F. Fei'-t.-gge. .'. cases
boots and shoes; A.Fisher, l box hard
ware, 1 box leather ; Huntington, Hopkins
& Co., ii boxes and. 1- crate scythes, 41
bundles forks ; White, Cooley it Co , 16 bar
rels and 5 boxes glassware.
For Red Bluff— Cone*.- Kimball, 10 butts
tobacco; G. 11. Lee it Co., - boxes picture
frames, 2 boxes glass. .• *
For Durham— W. B. Mott, 1 box books.
For Dixon — G. Codman, 1 crates wind
mill fans. ._ .-..; -ir. :
The following freight passed New Orleans
for Sacramento, on the lsth :
Booth it Co., 40 bales tobacco '; \V. R.
Strong & Co., 300 boxes lemons.
"Tin: SIIAIIOWS til* a Great City!"—
the Metropolitan* Theater, commencing
next Friday, this great and successful play
will lie presented to the theater-goers of
Sacramento. It ran four weeks to crowded
houses at the Baldwin Theater, San Fran
cisco, and it will he presented here with the
same great cast ami elegant scenery that
presented it tliere. The expense of getting
Up the piece is very large, but no doubt the
theater will be packed, as this will be the
theatrical event of the season.
MAKKIKD.
Grass Valley, March 21— Israel F. Moreyto Maiy
C. Manni.x.
Alturas. Modoc county, March 14— A. Salis-
bury in Mrs. Harriet Lajtou.
Chico, Marcii George M. Bailey to Aurilhi 3,
Cox.
Sun Francisco,! March 19— Lieutenant E. C.
Hughes to Emma M. Smith.
San Andreas, March 19— W. Meyers to Jeanne
■: Baudin. --*■::- r-T-AA
Solium— Francis Maupin to Susan E. Brooks, j
a— -____■-— — i — — __— __■— _i ii mmmmmmmmsesmmmm
HORN.
Marysville. March 20— Wife of Geo. P. Murphy,
a sin.
M. ire's Ranch, Yuba county, March 19— Wife oi
Win. Folsom, a son.
Alturas, Modoc county, March 15— Wile of Win.
Nave, a son.
Near Canby, Modoc county, Jlarch it— Wife of
A, Scherien, a son.
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DIKD.
.-...ran. into, March 12 — CaUstro, Km of John J.
Bnrnis, a native of California, 18 years and 5
months, .-; „' \
[Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in.
vited to attend the funeral, which will take
place from the residence of his father, on al-
ley. Front and Second, N and O streets, this
afternoon at 3 o'clock.l *
Washington, Yolo county, March 'Jl -Emma.
wife of Samuel l.ulz. a native of New Holland,
Pa., 40 years, 1 month and 15 days. (Lancas-
ter, Pa.', pa pets please copy.)
[Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in-
vited to attend the funeral, which will take
place from her late residence this afternoon
at 2 o'clock.] W"i *
oroville. March 28— Helen Lilian, infant daugh-
ter. '.V. Hill. ,■■■'■**
Brown's Valley, Yuba county. March 23— W line
1 J. Campbell. J years, 9 months antl 23 days.
PILES! PILES!! PILES!!
Sure cure for ' Blind, Bleeding and Itching
Piles. . One box has cured the worst cases of 'JO
yeats' standing. No one need suffer live min-
utes after using William's Indian Pile Ointment.
It absorbs tumors, allays itching, acts as a poul-
tice, gives Instant relief. Prepared only for Piles,
itching of the private parts; nothing else. Sold
by druggists, and mailed ou receipt ot price, 50
cents and 81. For sale by KIKK.I.FABY _ CO.,
and JOS. JIAHX A CO.. Sacramento, m
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ililll Haunting and Infectious.
11 aUli Ll 11 t^ -;-%__ V* XUiVVLIUUiJi -
There is certainly a haunting and infectious air about
the new things* in Jerseys and Spring Wraps. Irresis-
tible, irrepressible. One cannot kelp liking and remem- -
bering them.
But our prices are coldly fixed according to value.
We don't charge extra fnr unusual grace and sprightli-
ness in style. v;
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„- Tvjw?^ y * Unlike England, America
"s^**^_ r -"*'C % \ ,* - is fortunate in being at peace
* I 1 j jm T~^ tv- _ 4 - : <-» A
T . ~*s*?N_' V/^ -^\ V \ I '
— ~~j~~X~\fa^*\a&z^ .Vith the world. Its. citizens
dl^Ti^J^^dMx "*"*'* " are evot i n ? themselves solely
■ yv^_^' /\ to domestic affairs. Minor
-7 // -x>^f \ySjf \ questions, however, occasion--
Jt LjTzw* " 0 I ally crop out. The change in
\'.M-»-__.j s'/ at\ the seasons suggests one now.
\\ '^y^t' "a
)%■'' L\^ XaA " What are to be the reigning
/ \ ' Cyyfys ■ styles in wearing apparel for
\ J y^*ffc%%{ A t " ie Spring and Summer?"
\ I'fi&Q. Yl<f \ the Soring anu Summer;
v<. A\ •wksFSD'^r •) We know. In a jrrogres-
P^O ill °^<£V 'Jffive business lo know is to
~~~^Eyy v\ New goods daily received
~%C V- \ \ in all departments.
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BOYS' HEAVY BLUE FLANNEL
These suits are even heavier and better than those
which we had a year ago, and for which there was such
a demand. For ages 3to 8 years.
Oriental Lace Flouncing, six inches deep, 75 cents. Ten
inches, $1 25 per yard.
The new things in Silk Mitts and Gloves for Spring 1 885.
Plaid Ribbon's, 35 to 75 cents.
' " Catch On," a new Shade Hat in Colored Porcupine
Braid, 70 cents. : ' Lakewotd," a pretty Hat, in
white, black, brown; mastic and beige, 40 cents.
Black Beaded Dress Fronts, $1 25, $1 50, $2 and up.
■777.77>;:-7;. ; ;777*-7777*7' It * •'
Widows' Ruching, i2j/£ cents. Children's Ruching, 4
to 6 cents. Fancy .Tinsel; Ruchings, 50 cents. *
Prices are by the yard.
f/j &a» Vj \Jp *¥^3~tBZ4^JrJSk. V$ I ___J>i 2 -^ -■-- <**•■*^J*-*
I*
400, 402, 404, 406, 408. X street, Sacramento, Cal.
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THE INSTANTANEOUS
PROCESS, WITH THE LATEST APPLl-
ances. BUTTER BUILDING, corner of Fifth
and J streets. Sacramento.
S. A. WOLFE, Photographer.
Ai'- .-ry- mIU-Splm
BUTTER I
STEPECEKTSOWT'S
"GILT EDGE"
REDUCED TO 50 .CENTS PER ROLL!
FRESH BUTTERMILK
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, given away
to the customers ofthe "GIL! EDGE
BUTTER.
" Rising Sun" Baking Powder (the purest
made), 45 cents.
" Old Time" Syrup (in cans), 75 cents.
T.H.Cook&Co.,
Corner Eighth and J streets. '
*A7~A7-y . fe2l-3p '■ ■*-■---'■•■'
NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE
WE ASK SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE
following points of superiority: Sell-
setting Needle; Automatic Tension, with which
to sew from lightest to heaviest goods without
change* a to Regulate Stitch, which has no
suiierior; a Simple Open end Cylinder Shuttle;
the only periect Double-feed, which will sew
without drawing; the Self-acting '• Take-up'
As for durability we are prepared to give all the
references required. The only Lock-stitch Ma-
chine made that makes an clastic stitch. Call
on the Agent,
W. A. STEPHENSON,
SOG J Street, . 7'A.t
And sec the Machine. mID-Sptf
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/7o\y V
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TO BREEDERS OF FINE STOCK.
Season Commences February 1, 1885.
BERLIN, „ An
THE STANDARD TROTTING |?;S_,iW •*$
Stallion, will stand at AGRI- Jt At m
CULTURAL PARK. He having _h_3_______)
taken the premium at the late ; State Fair,
it should Insure him a good season. : BERLIN is
the sire of Thapsin, who trotted as a four-year-
old, gaining record of 2:28; Pansy, three-year-
old. 2;.%'^. Adairis halfl rotherto Berlin, record
2:21 at five years old. For particulars inquire oi
GEO. MARTIN. -. ■■ fel-3ptf
TO :SH__!"_-__>__!_?».S.
DANTAN,
THE STANDARD L DRAFT ft STAL- , ft, J
lion will make this season at A. W-K
O'Tool's Ranch, Freeport; Alex. Steven-'' » "
son's Ranch, Upper Stockton Road, and at Wm.
Curtis' Ranch, Lower Stockton Road. . Dantan
issaid to lie the most Perfect Draft Horse that
ever came to this country. Dark Gray, weighs
1,800 pounds and stands 16' hands high. 'v. :,
mr-J-3p3m - WM. CURTIS, Proprietor.
"LONE FISHERMAN."
THE FINEST FIVE-CENT CIGAR IN THE
Market. Also, a fine line of Imported and
Key West on hand, at 225 X street. : ■-- ■ •
, |a6-lslm rrppr B. H. PETTIT, Proprietor.
..*■-'■'■-■'■'"" .:-;"■--. ■-»■■.'■""'
A. J. JOHSSTOS. K. W. LEWIS.
LEWIS & JOHNSTON,
No. 410 J STREET,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS,
SACRAMENTO. n.-.p_m
To Print is one thing. To Print well is another
thing. _,*»_
TIIK
Valley Press
STEAM POWER PRINTING OFFICE,
No. 32V 0" ,^-E^_E_t_3 , ,
(North side), bet. Third and Fourth.
99- FOUNDED IN 1368 BY E. G. JEFFERIS
m 14-tf-is H. A. WEAVER, Proprietor.
~ FRANK KUNZ~
FLORIST AND NURSERYMAN, l/Nh. £*$&,
Nursery, Tenth street, between 7___l__P_.
and V, grows and keeps constantly on-'Wgi-'
hand a choice collection of Evergreens, Ota-
Trees, Shrubs and Flowering Plants, which he
offers for sale this season. All orders for Cut
Flowers. Bouquets anil ail kinds of Floral De-
signs filled at the shortest notice.
City Depot : 104 J street, between Fourth
nnd Filth. fe23-3ptf
W. R. KNIGHTS & CO.,
7 7 . rr...i.Ei:s ix
Hides, Sheepskins, Tallow, Deerskins,
Goatskins anil Furs.
es- All kinds of BUTCHERS' SUPPLIES con-
stantly on hand. Orders promptly attended to.
OFFICE: COR. OF FRONT AND 1. STS.
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HOTEL AT BLUE CANTON FOR SALE!
CUTUATEDONTHELINEOF l jyflj—^i
O the C. P. It. H., with 2% «^s;f_£j_b
acres of land; 3 Cottages eon Jff; ; '•3 - , -'-i-
-taining l-"> rooms: the Hoi el Eg irf'Tj^M l^tffr-
proper contains 2u rooms, :'.n — — **- eSttees-
I'urnisli'.d. There i.-. also a Woodshed, Bain,
Score-room and all necessary conveniences. Ap-
ply to SWEETSER & ALSIP, Real Estate Agents,
1015 Fourth street. iiirll-:.;.1f
X*. 25.. _E_E_A.2MC__VS:E3I?.
No. S3O J STREET, SACRAMENTO,
CHICKERING _ SONS' PIAKOsS^??
Wilcox & White Organs !
Fine Accordeons. Violins, Banios and Smugs
a Specialty.
9t-.\ selected lot of MARTIN GUITARS
in stock.
Country orders promptly and carefully at
tended to. at lowest prices. JylStf
WOODBURN & BARNES
(Successors to K. L. Bil'ings &CoA,
No. 417 X Street, between Fourth & Fifth, Sacra
mento,
IMPORTER.*. AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
In _M liticst i.i :tn.i:-.-. Wines ami Liquors
■-__■ ml^-islm
NOTICE.
,TIHE ANNUAL MEETING of the STOCK-
i holders of tho CENTRAL PACIFIC RAIL
ROAD COMPANY, for the election of Director,
for the ensuing \S_ar, and for the transaction o:
such other business as may Ik- brought before
the meeting, will be held al the ofice of tht
' Company, in the city of San Francisco, or
TUESDAY, the Hth day ot APRIL, ls-S.
mr.'". tdis E. 11. Ml LLER, Jr., .-secretary.
GREAT REDUCTION.
IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR AN ICI
: and Cooling Machine now under construe
■ tion, as well other Improvements necessary it
- consequence, we have made quite a reiluetlot
l in prices of
f : , HAMS, LARD AND BACON.
Wholesale as well as retail. The quality of on
Hams and Bacon is so. well known as to requlrt
no comment, while our Lard, for purity ant
sweetness, has no equal in the market.
MO£II- __■ ____:__*.____£.
; J mr.',") 3plm -..-.- - -rr.
SACRAMENTO PLANING MILL^H
! *» AJjT-_-ACTI'RER-J OF DOORS, PpIVA \,.m,
_ JVI Windows, Blinds, Moldings. •^TS'/^.
' Finish Door and Window Frames. :-??*>^>t^±7
Brackets and Turning Stair Work Jl'*tip==
: a Specialty. i?___________
ITS* Corner Front and Q streets, Xi — — "
Sacramento.. • ___________
* HARTWEIX, HOTCHKISS & STALKER
. ■■; *•. ■.-:■-.- .■■■... fe22-lplm
I \/If"_flß For Men.' Quick, sure, safe. * 800 l
: , .Viuun free avale Agency 160 Fultoi
st reet, New York. ie3o-10mW :
s_a._3-_CT_r.esx_. j**___!__L.x_."!_r,
Watchmaker and Jeweift;.
Difo. 42„ _f wroot, a.acra__3.o_Ato. lat-Xp
JT :______:. T7^rj___-.cxa[__3_:o__xs*s7, ~OL
s;/> I_o«cli__-e ffowolor of Saorartioxito. Jt-^a
fe,_!''A_:«'.t and Direct Importer of I'm Celebrated PATKK [>H___U_E_*-i & *fti_?B
CO. WATCUK-.I— THE BEST IN THE WORLD. SIGN : THE TOWN CLOCK.
No. 315 ,1 street {north Klileb.-^..ija.'4-.ipn ! between Third noil Fourth. Saernuiruto '
«." cfe FLOBERG, ifegM
E7^WA_______K_-R- * JTEW-EXEItS, I'.'S J street, hot. Fonrth and Fiflh. (3%,
*&--&* eg- Dealers in WATCHES, JEWELRY AND DIAMONDS. Repairing In all Its 5-.'*-'__s
branches a Specialty. under FLOBK i . Agents tor ROCKFORD WATCH COMPANY, jaC-optf
J- Csr. .DAVIS. _LX_L ____. St.. J3__»cx-«,_t_ta.o_t_ttC-.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN FURNITURE, CARPETS. Etc'
■Cy-Conntry orders solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed. _ * oS-Sptl
NEW GOODS! STYLISH goods! cheap GOODS!
JUST IN STOCK,
_e*±*_>-o o«*_*-*lo«, <*-__* c»jt _A.ni9iortocl ___P-tJ».a*--_3t.ltiiro X
RIGHT FROM THE FACTORY.
I can quote the Lowest Price on every line. Get mv prices, and compare tbew wilt; any othc*
House before you buy. Come to my store, and you will find gooas and prices that vill astnulsb yot,
3"€_>_£3[r^" _£3__Fl.:B3l_Tl^-__IS_E : ?.,
Nos. 6Q4. 606 and 608 X STREET. ■_. -IniK-ptfl.... SACRAMENTO
J. _E3- -WECITES, Grocor,.
KEEP*. THE CHOICEST MEAL. EXTRA WHITE TORN MEAL. EXTRA YELLOW CORN
Meal. Eastern Buckwheat Flour. Eastern Oat Meal. All in want of Choice Good, shouli
give him a trial at i.is new store,
780 IS: *■»... loot. Sovonth. -met 13ic;_l3Ltl*i..<ll2-Spii_
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NOW IS THE TIME TO BUILD! 1
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Look at this Choice List of |
Building Lots
l_*oxlGo-N.W.COr. llth., D sts 81,000 I
.IOxICO— D St., bet. 10th illthiuortli side)-- -CO (
_ 80x160— N St., bet. ISth i 19th (south side) 1,800
SOxICO— O St., bet. IMb. A 10th (north side) 1,1550
80x168— Ost.. bet. l'Jth A2oth (south side) 1,250
80x160— L st., bet. l.th A 20th (south side* 1,000
SOxieo— list., het.2rVth__._Gt-. (north side* 1,250 '
£oxl.o— Pst., bet.l'Jthft'iOth (north side) 1,000
MlxlfiO— N. E. cor. 22_l it L sts.... 800
80x160— KsL.bet lf>th & 16th (south side) I.COO
This Lot is right in the center of the city,
and the STREET CARS will soon pass the tloor,
making it very desirable as a dwelling place.
There is money in it also to hold. It will bring
double the price iv a few years. Will sell 10
feet lor «!*OO. • **. 7^_
Kg- \>'<- .. I >«i> have » great many Dwell-
ing* for sale at nil prices.
A. LEONARD & SON,
1034 Fourth street, Sacramento.
felS-Snlm
" " EUREKA CARRIAGE FACTORY,
Standard Works ofthe Pacific Coast
• I, lyß^
— ' -^._-_r--i Z'yyyy_ 7*\
D^"e_a£j
yyyy
Kiglit Gold Medals! Eight Silver .tidal*!
From the Mechanics' Fair of Pan Francisco, and
California and Nevada Fairs also. ■ : ■-.'
113 FIRST-CLASS PREMIUMS
FOR THE BEST WORK.
osr One of my BUGGIES is worth Six Cheap
Eastern Buggies.
HARRY BERNARD,
Manufacturer, corner Sixth and L. Htroets,
SACRAMENTO.
I have for sale, at the lowest possible prices :
Family Carriages; Open Buggies; Light Top
Buggies ; Heavy Top Buggies : Farmers' Car-
riages: Trolling Wagons and Sulkies, Carriage
I'aintin-; and Trimming, at lowest prices. None
but experienced workmen employed. Repairing
nectly done. Call at the Factory. Work built
to order at the lowest prices. Send your orders.
mrlo-Splm -_y.
CANDY "FACTORY. -
MRS. E. M. WrEDMANN, NOP. 418 J STREET
and 119 X street (Metropolitan Theater
Building). Manufacturer and Wholesale and
Retail Healer in all kinds of Candies and Nuts.
■al2-3ptf
h'yyVl 7Z "i*^ Positively eered in GOctaj-
KflhXVli. / •"2 >jiiy Dr.Horno-Electro-J-air-
>sifc^ott.~i.*jfii s ->)yiii'tic Truss, comblDeu.
''^Baro^. tirelv cured in OOdajj
e/^Jglt>y Dr. Home's Ele< tro-MAg-
-VP^§j/ ,; ' i( ' lvlt '!'!-'_s.-.ru::i:.:Mf«i.
fw&t&f^^dniiiSy '• .;u;»d*. t *i the only one in
'AtJS3S#JwEoS-^- l tv Q "--"rltt -ratinjr aeon*
■ \\ff fw'*^~ tinuritts EUctro-Matjnetiv Cer-
SU/Jry rent. Scientific, Powerful, Duralile,
X Coxnlortable and Effective in curing
Rupture. Price reduced. 500 cured in '83. Send
fetflinp for p.._a«hl«t.
ELECTKO-MAGIV-ST.C THUSS CO
70*1 alabkki SMtBBr, San Fmyciaca. ■■-;■•■•'■:
iSfigEESS j. RUPTURE *
&*r ■*■ -^ cvr Invention ! l"ho " Perfect-ion*
' D R— T Belt Tmea, with l*ulvcr_al Joint Mo»»
V * " __t*f_¥ nim & -"^ Seif-adjintini. Spiral Speit-g.
y>l^ig^ * y^ywT Worn with perfect ■.■vii... _;■(. ht.-».ut I -.'.'.?
\^\^_m-m^S^^ o»ivt^nnivtwal»it_rflactlon. Pr.o_.ft i
P iS-Str^ «S *3 f' 1 *6- Call or acntl for deseripUrc
V /rß"C#c«w circular. A'.lr-^.. J. H. WIDfiEl ,
Wi/Wftf-<»^3pF (Drucgiat'iTCl 31 .rk.L Btreet, tor TliirJ
San Franctaoa. . : -"■'■"■
FOR _E?»I_XrE!
: CHEAP GASnXTDRES
CALL AT
■_? <_> __vi scot Tyy
THE I'l.Uan.ElfS...;mr.-lplin]..:iO» J street.
! LOVELL ROLLER SKATES!
'■ LATEST AND REST TENSION
IJ by Spiral Spring. New &A-jo^y fir.
I jusi-ient. I'sei! by l.art- i-l.^/ ■ ■ j^~~>
Sinks. Fend lor Circular to K-/S_r^~~ Xt \3«
T. ALLEN, -11G Market street.®* - rS*'
San Francisco. mrlQ-3p_nTiiTh3
,^#^ ____
KOHLER & CHASE,
. SAN FKANCI-SCO.
HEADQUARTERS FOR BAND INSTRU-
ments and Band Supplies.
mrl7 3inTuTns-i\vSin
I HTprOSBORN'S
a Wood and Coal Yard, No. 806 I street.
11
-ITTFr.LINraON.SEATn.P.f-COTt" M, SPLINT
VY and lofte Coals. Also, Coke. Pine and Oak.
" Charcoal, Pitch Fine, and Pine Kindlinp: 4-foot
Second-growth Oak and Stove Wood delivered
prompt lv. Teleh-O-.-e, No. 09.
E aiiMr.tf W. .'. OSBORN. Rropnetor.
„' O'NEAL & SON,
a WOOD AND COAL DIALERS,
1205 Second street, be!. 1. and M.
r T>EST OTA-IT- SECOND finOWTII WHITE
c Jt) Oak (Stove Lengths), •■*« Co per .ord. Also,
" all kinds of Wood and Coal, at lowest possible
• rates. : ' ' fe'^)-!ptf
• j GREAT REDUCTIONS
I XN WINCHESTER, MARLIN, ». ©. : . ''■_
• 1 Colt's and Kennedy Repeating TvfcTH -js 1 /
t Rifles. Also, the Ballard Rilles.
- A full line of English, Colt's and c |rs_^.
! I'arker Hreech-loading Shotguns. *W * >?
Also, a full line of Club aud Rink Roller Skates,
* and repair parts on hand. Send for lTice List.
: HENRY ECKHARDT, 523 X street, Sacramento,
- - ■ - ■■ mi- •--■". r - --: ---pp .■*--■■ ■-
1 VINEYARD RINK SKATES.
•X ALSO, A. C.'AND S. C. CLUB --y%, i
±\. Skates. ■ Aeents * for the<^ V- Oa :-■
- Star Rink and Ciub Skates. Send »%?/■ ■■ fVX— -.
, Tor Catalogue. WTESTER&CO..^g > ~**SZ&i
D 17 New Montgomery street, San*— "* ./Ma/
Francisco, Cal. • mrS-lm
3Pi_>or__;
; Stock and Grain Farm
FOR SALE!
Q/»A ACRES, FOUR MILES NORTH FROM
*"*)'' Anderson, in Shasta County: SCO Acres
Good Tillable Land; 200 Acres Hear] Timber,
balance Rolling Hills; living Water enough lb
10,000 Head of Stock. This wnter control
thousands of acres of first-class Grazing Land.
Prioo, J*iO por ncro.
W. P. COLEMAN,
REAL ESTATE SALESROOM.
NO. 32ft J STKKKT SACRAMiaffO.
VIRGIN LAND TO LET OH SHARES.
4,000 Acres, in Mocks of ICO Acres and
I arils. - .'?•-:
''fl IHE SOIL IS OF RICHEST ALLUVIUM, AND
I ±_ will yield enormous crops of train. The
. tract is Overflowed Meadow Land, In Sutter
. county, 13 miles Irom Marysville and 5 miles
j from Sacramento river. No river currents and
:no tule. ■ - '■■■.*
; Magnificent levees are about completed, which
will secure the land from overflow, anil it will
i be leased for coming season on very favorable
! terms to good tenants. Loos leases on shares
. willbegiven it desired. Application; should be
'- sent in immediately to GEO. J. SPECHT, En-
' gineer Suiter County Laud Company, United
• States Hotel, Marysville. who will show the
land, orto GEO. THEOBALD, .if-..
Secretary Sutter County Land Company, 419
j California street. San Francisco. ill'.»-3ptf _
I TO MY OLD PATRONS.
•ff STILL OFFER MY "VALUABLE SERVICES ■^
i. if you arc so unfortunate as to require th fa.
With 7 mind matured and enriched by studies of
in advanced onier. I can safely say-that there is
hardly a disease in the catalogue of human ills
that 1 cannot treat to a successful issue.
LADIES— I am always ready to assist you. My .
past knowledge has been increased by extensiro
experience. lam now able to treat yon witti
Hi,- certainty, of success. No case peculiar to
rour delicate orgftlt-gfillti beyond m snre control.
■ My Female Monthly Mediii_:K<»aresuperior to
any offered heretofore, and will bo BaS***.
have the desired effect in all case*. *■
' Those of the public who need my services can
depend upon gentlemanly, honorable and sci-
entific treatment at reasonable rates.
1 address particularly those who have been In-
jured by youthful Indiscretions, and those who
have contracted local diseases.
' Persona afflicted can .i* they prefer, consult
me by letter, detailing the symptoms of the dis-
ease or trouble, and receive medicines by 1.-
-press, with fv."! Instructions. All letters must-
be directed : J. 11. JOSSELYN, M. D., '__*. Sutter •
street, San Francisco. CaL
; Cure warranted In nil cases, or no jmy re-
quired. Consultation, personally or by letter,.*
gratis. Send for book. Comfortable apartments
for patients at my Infirmary (when desired),
with experienced noises,
t . Consultatio.-t Parlors. 226 Snttcr street, adjoin-
ing the Young Men's Chrlttiau Association
j Buildine.
I Office Hours— From 9a. K. to 6V, m. .
', My Diploma hangs In my otlice. '
i I Purchase my Essay on Physiology and Harrl-
J use. For sale by all newsdealers.
I 02-? W. ;■■'_ mi J. H. JOt.SKLT?{, M. D. , T
' 1 "" _gfS_--S----____iS_!g;
HOTELS VM? !<_.<! .U'li.VNTSi
THE NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
IN* CONNECTION WITH THE NEW ENG-
J land Dining-rcom, southeast corner Seventh
ami I streets, where will be sold Baked Beans
and Boston Brown Bread. Also, Pics, Dough-
nuts and Cakes (home-made), at reasonable
prices. We '.vi 1 furnish anything in this line to
order. '■ mrJl-lw
TACKNEY HOUSE
(FORMERLY FIFTH AVENUE HOUSE),
Fifth street, bet. ,1 and It". Shi ruiiieHto.
.HIS HOUSE WILL be KEPT IN FIRST-
I c ass style. Meals, __> cents; Board and
Lodging. .*> to 37 a week.
inr2l-tf JOHN Ti-fKNEV. Proprietor.
V/iLLIAM TELL HOUSE,
(I'l'.iNfii'Ai. HOTEL SOB GKKMAKP,)
No. 000 J street, cor. Niiitli, Siirrniiiento.
B. STEINAUER, Proprietor.
Board end lodging, )ier week £3 00 to JT 00
Board and Lodging, per day .1 00 to .1 i.
Single Meals 25 cents.
FAMILIES ACCOMMODATED ON REASONABLE TERM..
l.est of Liquors and Cigars nt the Itur.
ts- Brewers, Pairymen and Farmers ran
always find reliable help at this house, and
without charge to those seeking employment.
G£S mrlfl tf
FISHER'S DINING ROOMS
j No. 510 .1 STKEET.
mABLE SUPPLIED WITH ALL TIIE DELI-
X cacies of the Season, special attention
given to Banquets nnd Wedding Cakes.
... ii*-n. |mrl4 til _ E. KNArrEii.
MISSISSIPPI KITCHEN ~ ~
OYSTER HOUSE :
A. J. SENATZ, t'lit CIIIETOR,
Third at. (ntxt to "Ileet.ro-I'nion" Oflice),
: ;'-'/'•■' SACRAMENTO. v7Vv '/■
»i-OPEN DAY AND iT.-»»
j ftti-'.m
WESTERN HOTEL,"
NOB. 209 TO 219 li STKEET,
riIHREE BLOCKS FROM ROAD DEPOT.
X Leading Business in: . n.u.i Hotel of Sac-
ramento, Cal. The most convenient to Post-
office, Express :'t.'t 1 anil Offices, all Courts and
places of Amusement, -Seals. *-'•*■ cciwts. First-
class in all its appointments. Free coach to and
from tii,: Kt*,?!. WM. LAND, Proprietor.
. J __i : i J 7_
FURNISHED ROOMS,
/-ILUNIE BUILDING. NORTHEAST CORNER
K^j Eighth and K. Rooms single or In suites.
Street ' an puss from the Depf.t every rive min-
utes. House stiictlv 1 Ina 1 . -■ *
(1-5-1 m MRS. OR ICE, Proprietress.
"- __iSr__; "' ■* - __9M__!^B__Ri3^Rh_S_Ge_____-_
J|Vt» ■ «_TF^Ffft_*_r-» __jl • • '__
GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL,
' Corner Seventh and X Streets.
*»*BTRICTLY FIRST- CLASS. -«*
' .'. Free 'Bust o tnd from the Care.
; mbO-ly JAr.tES WcNASB__B, Frop'r.
- CAPITAL HOTEL, ■
SACRAMENTO, 7
COKNER SETENTH AND X STREET
BLESSING & UTHBI Proprietors.
***TFree Omnibus to and . from the Cars"**
. - - •■■•■■■- W3-tf * ' ""-'- 7.
' AMERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL.
SANSOME STREET. BAN FRANCISCO, C J* .
: This hotel tsiutht very .entorol the l"ist-
ue--s portion of the city. "". The traveling public ■
will find ti.l. 10 be tlie most coia-ottahleana re- ,
* specUble Hotel In the city . ■■ Board and mom, .
.!. Sl 25 and Sl 50 per day. Hot and Cold BaUiS -.
Free. Free Coach to and from the Hotel,
026-tf ■- CHAfI. Ul ).Nf..i!MKKV _ BRo..l*rop».

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