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SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
VOLUME LIIL-NO. 63.
DAILY RECORD-UNION
iTnUiiiiil a be Post Office at Sacramento as vcond class matter
JTU BLUSHED BT THE
DCBIEESTO PUBLISHHG COHPM!.
V«Mieatloa OSee, Third st., bet. J and K.
THS DAH.T KECOSD-TTNION .
Sjrnh'.U^ed every day of the week, Sundays ex
pted. Double-sheet on Saturday!.
Borons .Tear i _.._. i i .„....**; 00
(Or six moaiha ...] - i S 50
Ht three months. ■_..■■ 00
Subscribers terred by Carrion at Tnrrssx
tern per weak. In all interior cities and town*
Era per weak. had of interior cities Periodical
paper can be had of the principal Periodical
B«tljn, >"t7fsmen and agenU.
THK WKKKIjT UNIOW
ft t^«. cheapest and most desirable Home, Nr*i
SB.'-. UKnHjr Joam*l published on tie rsciSo
f^-3 On Tear.... — — - -...■■« »
FOR SALE, ETC.
FOR SALE,
AN ODD LOT OF CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
At Metropolitan Cigar Store,
Corner Firm and X Streets, Sacramento.
Also, the Celebrated
"Fire Department" 5-cent Cigar!
best MADE. aplC-lplm
Manb )u berlatifi.ii.
ginfoanberer, Eoloniftcit obcr i!cntc,
toelt^e fiaiib in qrojjcn obcr flctncnStMcn
faujen looUcn, wcrben c 3 tiortfjcilljnft fin-
ben, bei mir anjiifratjcn. — 3ht3!unf t fiber
SlegierungS'Sanbcreien frei.
Carl Strobe! , 321 J St., Sacramento.
v FOR SALE.
OH ACRES NEAR LOOMIS .STATION;**
zOU nil fenced; good new House of ih9
rooms and porch; splendid well; land *
partly cleared; best land in the country for
Trees and Vines. Price, 81,200. Address
m4-lw W. H. RAIXER. I.oomls.
FOR SALE.
TONE HARDWARE BUSINESS IN ONE OF
the most flourishing towns on the Pacific
(■oast. For particulars address
vi !-l ■■• C. DUNKING, Tularc City, Cal.
STOCK RANGE TO RENT
JS FBESNO COUKTY.
Ol AAA ACRES HEAVILY GRASSED; SOO
.-•l.V*'U acres under Alfalfa, now ready to
cut: free water for irrigation and abundance for
stock purposes; entire tract under fences and in
compact body. Apply J. U. STITT,
1:1 l-l I.1 ' '. w_ Mudern. Fresno county.
<tQ AAA CASH. THE MOLINE FLOURING
OO.vuU Mills, in lone City, Amador coun-
ty. California; Two Run of Stone; Water and
Steam Power, and in good running order, is now
offered for sale at a bargain. For further par-
ticulars inquire on the premises.
up.- ;.:t ' MRS. JAMES f.TMMINC.
FOR SALE.
HEALTHY AND PLEASANT COUNTRY^3,
home of 40 acres, with pood, ncwvW
and substantial improvements, near Sac- ■
ramento, on railroad: 26 acres of selected varie-
ties of Grapes, mostly all bearing; 'J acres in
Orchard; 4"acres in Strawberries; nice Flower
Garden; balance Grain and Pasture Land; all
level; fenced and cross fenced; abundance of
water lor irrigation; Horse?, Cows, Poultry,
Wagons. Buggy, Harness; ell farming imple-
ments; Hay, Grain and this year's crop. Price
for all only SS.OOO. Part of the money can re-
main on mortgage. For full description and
particulars inquire at or write to KILGORE &
TRACY, northwest corner of Tenth and X
streets, Sacramento. ap27-lp2w
JFOtt. _SJa.XjJE3.
A SAW-MILL AT SHINGLETOWX; LOGGING
Wagons, Teams, etc : capacity, 20.000 feet
per day; water power; 2,000 acres Timber Laud.
OneS'i.-h and Door Factory;'also, waterpower,
at Klotz' * Mill.
One Stock Range of 800 acres, with plenty of
outside range; Mocked with 250 head of Cattle,
80 Horses, 50 Hoes; also, has an abundance of
water for irrigation. Address
Li F. iiustkr, ;;
Assignee of R. KI.OTZ, Shingletown, Shasta
county, Cal. ap!B-lra*
Two Ten- Acre Tracts!
FOUR MILES FROM THE CITY.
PRICE, $75 PER ACES; Half Cash.
Apply to SWEETSER ,v A (.sir,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, - ;
mrSl-lm2p No. l"'. Fourth street, Sacramento.
fruFfaril
FOR &J&.T-SJEI,
BY
Sweetser&Alsip
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
No. 1015 Fourth street, Sacramento.
No. •">?, of Catalogue.
For *:,oiio, a splendid Pratt Form ol 120
ftcrts, with 2.000 bearing Vines mid Nursery
Stock; I.OuO Trees in bearing; 40 acres in Grain;
" acre.-: in Alfalfa; 40 more produce good
All'ulfa: Dwelling. Stable and Barn; a few
acres in Timber; 1 Mower and Sulky Rake;
I'ght and nenvy Wagon; Plows; Harrows and
I ... Farming Tools; l Incubator; 11 head of
Cattle; 2 Horses and 1 Colt: li> Pigs: 10 Chick-
ens. One-hall inlle from Loomls, Placer
County. The ate frost did no damage to this
place, and it is in one of the best fruit belts in
: . - AiAi
No. 80, of Catalogue.
l"or "<•!), .'SO ucres, 10 of Which arc In
Table Grapes; 2 acres in hard; l acre in
Strawberries; )'. acre in Blackberries; - Fish
Ponds with chub and Catfish; 5 Windmills
nnd Pumps; 14 acres in Grain. One-hall mile
from to«n ol Florin in Sacramento county;
7. 1 j miles from Sacramento.
A 1..50
No. 65, of Catalogue. !
For 0.000, a fine quality of land: 400
acres; 8 miles from Sacramento, on Jackson
road: no better Grape or Fruit land in the
rov.'.ity; susceptible of division; good new
Dwelling aud large Stable.
—ALSO ."
No. TO, of Catalogue.
I or 912 pi-r acre, ]O0 HIIW of Rood land
in Tehama county, 6 miles from Coming, 2
mile* from Kirkwooil Switch, on line of Orc-
kou and California Kailroud; take one-third
cash. Good Fruit or Grain land. (Exchange
in pait for city property.
No. <".*, of Catalogue.
680 acres, with small cabin; price, per
acre; good Cattle Range; nearColfax.
No. ."
For SIO per am-. «."■."» acres of land, with
hard tiir.vhod Dwelling, with seven rooms;
Stone Milk-house; 150 acres tillable; 33 acres
m Grain; fenced into 4 fields. Near lone.
Amaior county. Via head of Cattle and 30
Hogs will be told with place if desired.
— auto —
So 49 of Catalogue.
For SW.OOO- 15SS Acres of Land, It Miles
from .Sacramento, seven miles from Roscville
and Folwm; 110 acres In Grain; well fenced;
good Dwelling and Barn; 3 Mures; ; Horse; l
Cow; 4 Sots Harness; 1 Windmill; and all
Farming Tools; Blacksmith Shop and Tools;
liny and Grain in Bam; about 30 Sows with
pig: a few Cue Oak Trees scattered over the
place a:- 1 - 1
No. 0C of Catalogue.
Vnr Sl.OilO. one v.rre. all Infrnitaodtreen;
•l^wcllin? and Stable; at Guthrie's station,
Rdioi»ing city limits.
*»-SE.ND FOR CATALOGUES.-!Ta
SWEETSER & ALSIP, Sacramento
ap£i£
IAL ESTATE!
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE.
In Hi st Companies and at llest Kates.
FOR S-A-XjE3,
9,000 ACRES PATENTED VALLEY
LAND, all black soil; best Stock
Range in Northern California.
j£? J£3>- Jsr&. J^s/JL &S5
L:ioK« and small, In tho Valley anil Foot-
hlU». Uest <inali«y for Alfalfa, Grain
aud Fruit, from 1,000 upward*.
Also, 4O CITY DWELLINGS For Sale and to
Kent. all desirable locations. Rent! and Bills
Collected for a fair commission.
J»- MONEY LOANS on Keal Estate negotiated.
11. N. BOOBBTi Agent,
Office : "Mike Bryte's Building,"^putfewtst cor-
ner J aDd Seventh streets (upstairs). J ."i-lj.tf
HALE BROS. & CO.
OUR STORES WILL CLOSE AT NOON TO-DAY.
Our Introduction Prices
ARE CAUSING CONSIDERABLE COMMENT! '
Never in the history of this cit7 has there been a more
auspicious time for intelligent CASH BUYERS than the present.
The opportunity exists now ; if you would benefit yourself, im-
prove it at once— lost opportunities never return. No matter
what you may be in search of, don't buy until you have first
looked here.
Heavy All-wool Serge Dress Goods, 50 cents
a yard.
Infants', Misses' and Children's Real Lisle
Thread Hose ; either plain or fancy, in
superior quality, at 45 cents a pair.
Fancy Stripe Lace Buntings, that makes
rich, handsome curtains, 12 1-2 cents a
yard.
Men's 9-oz. Blue Denim Overalls (special),
at 50 cents a pair.
Gents' Full-finished British Half Hose
strong and serviceable, at 12 1-2 cents a
pair.
Men's White Mackinaw Straw Hats; good
wide band, all sizes, 50 cents each.
Ladies' Three-strap Kid Sandals all widths
and sizes, at $1 25 a pair. Examine the
line before making purchases.
BSf We are almost daily in receipt of SUITABLE NOVEL-
TIES for this season; but our full stcck of STAPLE SPRING
AND SUMMER GOODS may now be found displayed in the
various Departments, and comprise an offering of decided
merit— combining excellent make, style and quality, together
with LOW PRICES. By all means see our lines of WHITE
GOODS, LAWNS, SWISSES, GINGHAMS, and all desirable
WASH DRESS FABRICS. Our assortment is the Itrgest ever
shown in this city.
£©* Country Orders Receive Prompt and Careful Attention. [email protected]«
V J
Kos. 529, 831, 833, 835 X street. and 1026 Ninth street, Sacramento.
MILLISEBY. MISCELLANEOUS. "
acxubxxnaxra-i | SpECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT I
Al.'. THE LATEST STYLES IK j
SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY I TTAVIKG BOUGHT A large stock OF
AND MILLINERY GOODS, AT I *•• Spring Goods, and having sold largely of
MRS. KATZENSTEIN, 605 J street, i the same at regular rates, and still having a
B VCR A MEN TO 8i»23-lT>tf • ' Iln -' <J st " ; ''»' ' am determined to reduce it by
' I selling Suits SIO less than the original price.
/n-j « I t ! Come and see the goods. They will please yon.
Op Clearance oell6!§p ------
gEST BAKGAISS IN BOSKETS AND HATS, ! MERCHANT TAILOR,
No. 523 J A S RS : BOND ;La,nent<>. ; 5 4 J *™*- '^^/l™'' 1 a " d Sixt1 '-
up^'j pj in
*3f Goods at and below cost ap2s-lplm j
*-----—----- .--n-j?-: j CALIFORNIA WIRE V7ORKS,
A. LOT H HAMMER, *'<*• sot and sos j street,
Ninth street, between J and X (Odd" " ™ \J J ■ [Original House), where they have on hand the
Fellows' Temple). Now is the time to have Ii- ! largest siock of Wire Goods on the coast, consist-
anos tuned and cleaned. References: Professor , Ing of 20,000 Bundles of the Celebrated Pacific
Winters or a. Heyman, Agent Steinwav's Pi- : Steel Baling Wire; 4,000 Spools Barbed Wire, and
anos. apl7-4plm . all kinds of Wire Goods. ap23-lplm
J. F. hill, PAINTS AND OILS.
Nos. 1301 to 1323 J street. Sacramento. .L. CHADDKRDON, IMPORTER AND DEAL-
-— • — - •) , er in Paints, Gilfj Varnishts, Window Glass,
VfAXUFACTURER ' ' '• / 3aA, Hixed Paints, ArtißW end Painters' ilattrials,
ItX Carriages, Buggies, Ex-A^s£jSj*A_ I Wall Paper, etc. No. 204 X St., Sacramento
press. Thoroiiehbrace aii'it^, .'•rv ? v t : . i apl"-in»*
Quartz Waeous. Dealer in Oak, -^~x—^-*> -^- ! M 1 „, ,, , ii»ihm«i« „,,„ iimi
Ash and Hickory Lumber; Hubs, Spokes, Fel- ; •
lies, Bows, Rims, Shafts and Poles. Manufact- HTT^rVF*i*4 r\Ul>'<»
arer of the "LIGHTNING" HAY PRESS. Send \ _____ I.uni..t.aa ( - AKI):s
for CaUlotmcs tn2S-lpf ;
' j • , ;•; S. STLIS.MKK
HI PriQTPI TJAS REMOVED HIS JEWELRY -c
■ J. rV^OICt-, ! J_X Store from 421 K street to 506 X street. l^j.
PUOPKIETOR CAPITAL SODA WORKS, AND ' near Pacific Hotel. Watches. Clocks and £-<*
I Gen. Agent for Fredericksbnrg brewer}-, ' Jewelry repaired at reasonable rates. ti^ij
has REMOVED from No. 310 J street to { "'' _ ln \
1113 Front Street, between X and 1-, w.W. 11. UASIIC.TON,
Storeroom formerly occupied by Capital Pack- I
ing Company. All orders promptly attended to. I RCIIITECT, 50. 627 J .STREET, SECOND
n|iU-lplm ! i\
" i floor. Sacramento, Cal. apSB-lm
ANHEDSER ST LOUIS " — - — 1
AliiliiUkJiJll kJI. lil/UIU pxTRXiTCRE. riITII AND X STREETS,,*
BEER, *- s 2Crarnen t o> cal. Jyl
ON DRAUGHT, AT J ap2C- ' 1 '
QBUHLEB'S SALOON, h.f. boot. alsx. mnsoii. j. dkbcol.
*.**,*»*. lieSQ-lplml Racra.uenio ■OjWgßgjJ ffi brass
>ir*iinniirjr > s. I A/^CC \*J Founders and Machinists, Front street, be-
NhUDUUhU (56 L/\*jiC.O« tween X and O. Castings and Machinery ol
; every description made to order. HiiJ4-lplm
Star Mills and Malt House. j -n^ -~ ; - -
HOPS, MALT. PP.ODUCK, GRAIN, FEED ; 1836. F. FOSTER * CO., 1885.
and Brewers' Supplier .„;> | nOOK-EINDERS, PAPEB-EULEJ 9 AND
1018, 1018, 1020 Fifth at., Sacramento. J|) Blank"-Bco> Mannlacturers, No. 819 J street,
j®- Exchange Sold en all the Principal Cities j Betweeii Third and I'our.h.B:icTaiaecto. op2o
of Europe. 1 al - lr ' v I g. CAKLt: . R. J. ceolt.
FRNFR BROS J CAIU - 1{ * CKOI - Y '
tfcSlNt-K WO., • /-^oNTRACTORa AND KriI.DKRS, ARE PRE-
rMPOUTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALKKS IN ; \J parad to do nil kinds of work In their line,
I *....„ lvTllln i m n« ■ in city or country. Principal place of business,
X WINKS AM) LIQUOUS, ■ s . v . ra i ;eu . o . shop. No. 1134 Second street, be-
-110 and 118 X St.. bet. Front and Second, Sao. ! tween X and L. Postofficc Box No. 410, Sacra-
UDII FOR TH« OT.«BHATB> \ SES .£?»£*_
I-OMMKKV AXl> GKKNO CHAMPAGNK. ! »«. ™*^J LI?"* 1 ""
ap2s-lpim i J. HA.VAN, .IK. « into.
— ~~ I TTTATCHMAKBRa AND JEWELERS, .«*,
PIONEER LIVERY STABLE. S^f&WJK Bl
T. D SCKITKK. - - - - Proprietor. ' variety of fine Watches, Diamonds, Jew-WhJ|
j elry, etc. , apn-tf
HACKS ON CALL AT AJTX HOrR, , ,*. T ., T| , T ANI> FEVn ™ .T.t f
day or night. Coupes, Phaetons,* ; 1.-STKEtT I.l\ LI»Y A>« t llusjaAllLH.
I S^STro^SSW^S 1 in -y 'ivo:y ' 1 CAMPBELL, h PRO d PR , lETO th L STRECT,
| stable on the coast, for hire. Horses kept in iv - between Sixth and Seventh. Buggies foi
'ivery at reasonable rates. Livery Stable on ■■ hire. Horses kept at reasonable rales, apll-lm
fourth street, between I and J. iyMi_ j C . 11. XKKBS * CO..
RCIWI r\\j p p> ! /» o /» J STREET, WHOLESALE AND RETAIt
«C. IVI VC. . j {}*£[) Dealers in Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Win-
-_- ___ - — ~~~ _ ___ _ 1 ,!,.•,,- Glass, Picture Moldinpi, Brushes, Arista 1
«T . r"V **■ **- H. "JL" jE3L ; Material. Bnfldins Paper, Pi .hi an.i Decorative
HA<? i'v\!(.vi->. HIS RTnrv- (if I Wall Paper, and Glarier Paper for window Deco-
BOOlSsnOEs'from™^! tojjl rations a patent which is entirely new, apll-ln.
BBSESaaI gggaaaaa
~~ '- '■ ~ j Buggies, Phaetons, Spring and ThorqnghbracK
WATERHOUSE & LESTER, Masons. Repairing, Paintlns and Trmmint
— - wroRTXR9 OF I ~. ™ " : i
WAGON X J -CT3Vt23En | T^ vr^S "ofSsNITURE, WIN'
AND CAKKIAGE TKiMjHiNus, j x \ [ dowand Door Screens a specialty. Largi
TOO. 711.718 and 715 J Street, B a cra»«uto. j gg^^i«SSS^S?2S &£
Nos. 16 to 22 Beale Street Francfseo \\ arvrooins northwest comer Thirteenth and .
No. 159 Front Street [al-tf] New York streets, Sacramento. mrlO-tf
SACRAMENTO, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 188.5.
CHANGED DAILY FOR THE P.ED KOISK. ■ j
3EtE3±> 110-XJS'DBIJ--'-
NO DEPARTMENT IN OUR HOUSE IS MORE ATTRACTIVE
THAN THE
HAT and CAP DEPARTMENT
HERE WILL BE FOUND ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN
Men's, Boys' & Youths' Hats!
IN ALL grades and PKKFS
'-One of the most desirable Hats for Spring wear is the "MAS- •.
COTTE!" — A feather-weight stiff hat, in black, seal brown. <?rey
and l)eij;p : made of the best material; perforated Bides and
top, $4.
Men's Wool Hats, in different colors, .~O cents to *l >"».
Men's Ciissiniere Hats, Jiil. SI -•"> and $2.
Men's Fur Hats (different colors), medium brim and crown, $1 50,
«2, #2 50, $3, $3 50, $4, $1 50 and $5.
Men's Fur Hats (extra-wide brims . i" black, brown and grey, SI 50
to .$3.
Men's Stiff Hats, in a large variety of shapes, $1 35 to $4.
Men's Herder Hats (extra-wide brims), $1. SI 25 and $1 40.
Men's Light-weight Caps, in cloth and «ilk. IO cents to $1.
Men's Grey Traveling Caps, 50 cents.
•Men's Smoking and Skating Caps, 25 cents.
l:i Boys' and Youths' Hats, we have so many different styles it
would be impossible to dcscHbe them at this time. The prices
range from 50 cents and upwards.
GOODS!
Men's K.vtra-fine Manilla Hats, $."*.
Men's Panama Hats, In white, 75 cents and upwards.
Men's Fine Mixed Straw Hats (very neat), $1 40.
Men's Dark Straw Hats (pearl braid, round and sqnare crowns), $I.'
Men's White Mackinaw Straw. $1 .">().
Men's Mixed Straw. Tan Colored Hats. S3 cents.
Men's Tan Colored Hats. 75 cents.
Men's Black and While Straw-mixed, Wide Brim Hats, 5O cents.
Men's Wide Brim, Mixed Straw Harvesters, .'ss cents.
Men's Palm Leaf White Hats. 35 cents.
iOO-'Sr^ YOUTHS.
Boys' Straw Hats, round and square crown (in assorted colors;,
5O cents.
Boys' Fancy Palm fceaf Hats, 25 cents.
Boys' Wheat Straw Hals, 2O cents.
Boys' Fancy Straw Hats turned up brim), for Boys: ages, Ito (i
years old, 5O cents. »
Boys' and Youths' Linen Hats.
Boys' Wool Hats. Ui cents.
Boys' and Men's Wide Brim Hats (dark straw), 5 and 1O cents.
Wo have a large number of Gents* Straw Hats, that originally cost
75 cents and SI, which will be closed out at 1O cents.
(I
Nob. 714 and 716 J street, and 713 and 715 Oak Avenue. Sacranento.
FRUITS, SEEDS AND PKODUCE.
SPRING VEGETABLES.
■ WfY. ARE IN RECEIPT DAILY, DIRECT
V\ from the growers, of large consignments
'■ of the following varieties of vegetables: To-
• matin -. Sugar Peas, Summ< r Squash, String
V»cuns, Asparagag, Green Peppers, Cucumbers,
' Rhubarb and nil other vegetables in season. We
■ also cany a large supply of all kinds of Fruit,
Nuts.Game. Poultry, Batter, Eggs, Fresh and
Stilt water Fish, Eastern Shell ana Canned Oys-
ters. We ••Till cheerfully nd quotations or ad-
-1 vice on other matters of interest when desired.
All orders, large or Email, will receive prompt
attention.
D. DeBERNARDI & CO.,
308 and ::m B 'street.' ap!B-tf
COHSKEJ.eBIteOKT. C. ■■. BARNES. FBASK 0P.K&087
GREGORY, BARNES & CO.,
< (Successors to Gregory & Co.),
K«9. 130 and 128 .1 Street.
WHOLESALE DEALI BS IN PRODUCE AND
Fruit. Full stocks of Potatoes, Vegetables,
■ Green and Dried Fruits, Beans, Alfalfa, Batter,
■ Eggs, Clk'CM', Poultry, etc., always on hand. Or-
I ders filled at lowest ratge. aplJ-tf
LYON & CURTIS,
WHOLESALE dealees in
■ Vegetables, Fruits, Seeds, Butter, Eggs,
PRODUCE GENERALLY,
Nos. 117 to 123 >T street, Sacramento.
aplO-lpO
H. G. MAY & CO.,
Dealers in Fruit, Produce, Poultry, Fish.
FULTON MARKET, NOS. 438 AND 4:10 X
street, cor. of Fifth, Sacramento, mrll-tf
W. R. STRONG & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS
\j In
BKKDS, FKCITS & GENKIi-VI. PKODUCK
I
Proprietors CAPITAL NURSERIES, Sacramen-
to, Cal. Seed and Tree Catalogues set t free on
■ application. 3S"o». 6, 8 and 10 J street, Sac-
| ramento. . in9tf
BACKAMENTO UR.INCU
PACIFIC FRUIT COMPANY,
M. ROSS and A. MOGER, Agents.
I 1000, 1008 and 1010 Second at., Sacramento
WHOLESALE AND COMMISSION DEALERS
la California Green ami Dried Fruits, Nats,
i Raisins, Honey, Oranges, Prodiice, etc. Panic-
■ alar attention paid to the (Wins of orders for
I and shipments of all kinds ol Fruit* in their
sou Principal ofiice, 408 and 410 Davis street,
San Francisco. mS-lplin
' ATTOSS BYS-AT-LA.W.
1 J. N. YOVSO. ■ C. 11. DISK.
YOUNG & DUNK,
A TTORNEYS AND COUN.^'.LORS-AT-LAW-
• xV oOice, Southeast Corner of Fifth and J
' I streets, Sacramento, Cal. ml-lm
■ TIIOS. G. HODGDOX, "*""
' \TTORNKY OFFICE, NO. 636 I
. l\ street, between Sixth and Seventh. Prac-
tice in till^ourts In this Stale. ml-tf
W. H. BKATTY * S. C. I)ENSON,
A TTORNEYB AND COUNBKLORB-AT-LAW.
j\ Offices : Metropolitan Bloet, X street, .be-
tween Fourth and Fifth, Sacramento. Entrance
■ next door Metropolitan Theater. ap29 if
A. 1.. HART,
. A TTORNEY-AT-LAW. OFFICE, SOUTH-
x\. west corner of Fifth and J streets, Rooms
1 12, 13 and 14, Sutter Building. aplO^_
r CLINTON L. WHITE. . LIN'CLOS WHITE.
l WHITE & WHITK,
* TTORNE^'S-AT-LAW, SOUTHWEST COR-
/\ nor Fifth and J streets, Kooms 10 and 11,
' Botter Building, Sacramento, Cal. ap3-tf
1 ! A. C. FREEMAN, grove 1.. JOHNSON,
• gi:o. K. bates;
i t AWTERS, sacramento and san fran-
■ |j cisco. Cal. Ofllces : No. 920 Fifth street,
! Sacramento; and No. -tOl California street. San
5 Francisco. Business attended to iv both cities.
• . al-tf '
' JOHN T. CAREV,
> ATTORNEY AND ( OINSEI.OK-AT-L.VW,
' I _^\. will practice in all State and United States
- ! Courts. Office, upstairs over No. 638 J street;
southwest corner of Seventh, Sacramento. ni7-tf
. I •T^^TT™~'^T ' ' ' !.."_" " ' .J '
0 Ct C BUY 3 A CORD OF STOVE WOOD, OR
„ vDO a TON OF COAL, at the C. O. D. Wood
'. I and Coal Yard, No. 401 I street. All orders
J j promptly delivered to any par: of the city. I
ml-tf
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. !
OK. LUSH, i
r>HYSiciAN AND surg?;o:\\— office A ND '
i. Residence, No. 323 J street; between Third !
and Fourth. Hours— B to 10 .-. >;.. 3to 5 and 7to
Bp. m. Office of City Superintendent of Public |
Schools at game place. m5-lplm ,
UK. GEORGE msntx, j
OFFICE AND KESIDENCE, NORTHEAST'
Corner Eleventh and II streets. Hours— 9 •
to 10 a. M., Ito :i tir.d 7toSp. M. ml-lm ;
OR. NIXOh",
/OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, M STREET, EE- :
\J tween Ninth and Tenth, No?. sis and 020. S
Will visit the Railroad Kospita.l dally at 9:30 a. ■
H. Otlice hours— S to 'J a. m.; 1 to 3p. m., mid ,
evenings. inl-tf ■
WK KLLERY BRIGGS, M. r>.,
OCULIST, A.URIST, AND PHTSICIAN FOX I
Diseases of the Throat. Office, my, 1 i
street, corner of Fifth, over Sacramento Bank.
Sacramento, Cal. Hours: 0:30 to 12 a. m.; l to 4
p. m. Bimdaya: 9:80 to 11 a. a.; 1;o4P. K. ml-tt :
DKS. KiXLOGO & GOSS, |
CIOUNKII SEVSNTH AND I STREETS, SACRA- '
\j iiENTO. Office Hours : j
Miss Dr. Keilogg— KlBB Dr. Goss—
9 to 10 a. M. 8 to 9 a. M. p
12 to 2 p. M. 2 to 5 p. M. I
6to7p. m. - m 7toBP. m. i
Sunday, 12 to 3. ap^> I
W. H. BALDWIN, M. D.,
QURGEON AND PHYSICIAN. OFFICE,
jp northeast corner Second and 1C streets. Of- ■
rice hours : 10 a. m. to 12 >'..; 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 P. '
M. Residence, 821 N street. aplo-lm •
WALLACE A. RRIGOS, 51. »., !
PHTSICIAN AND OBSTETRICIAN. OFEICE !
and residence >.'o. 212 J street, Sacramento. •
( to 9a. M. ) 1
O.T.t i Hours :< 11 a. M. to 2P. M. >-apl2-4ptf j
•;._■■•■'■ I G:3f) to 8 P.M. I ;
OR. .1. S. COOK,
NO. 922 NINTH ST., BET. 1 AND J. OFP-
posite the Plaza, Magnetic and Electric
Healer. Electro-magnetic, Electro-galvanic and
Medicinal Baths; Magnetic Garments and In-
soles. Consultation free. aplO-lm
is. J. snoiiT, jij
OCULIST, MAKES A SPECIALTY OF
Curing Granulated Eyelids, Film Over the
Eyes, Inflammation, etc. Ho. 911 1. street, be-
tween Ninth and Tenth, Sacramento. Office
Hours: S to 12 a. >!.: 2 to 6 p. M. np'.t-lm*
DS. A. E. BKUJTE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, GRADUATE OF
the University of Berlin, Germany. Office
and residence, No. 521 J street, between Firth
and Sixth, Sacramento. Office hours— to 11 a
m.; 3 tos«nrl7 to 8 P. M. jyl3-tf
DENTISTRY.
*
REJIOI'ED.
FT. TBBBHTS, DENTIST, TO 914 m • ..v.
. Sixth street, between I and J.-TfGKsgS
west side, opposite Congregational '••-•ifxJ?
Church. nis-tf
W. WOOD,
DENTIST, QUINN'S BUILDING. <*=?•«»,
northesst corner Fourth and ■ifsssS£&
streets. Artificial Teeth inserted on^UiXGy
all bases. Improved Liquid Nitrous Oxide Gas
for painless extraction ot teeth. ap2s-tf
H. H. PiritSON,
DENTIST, tir, J STREET, 88-_J'_MgA
tween Fourth and Fifih, Sacra-/?«i£Ki2|
mento. Artificial Teeth inserted cu'-^Jlj^
Gold, Vulcanite and all bases. Nitrous Oxide Of
Laughing Gas administered for painless extrac-
tiouoftteth. ap!4-lm
I. G. SHAW,
a ATE OF LIGHT & SHAW). ««-»«■-.*«»
VJLi Dentist. Office and residence '^aiS^drSS-
over Tuft's Drug store, corner ■ r J ~-*.>;-3^;^--.
lenth and J streets. Office hours : ' M -'-l !-• ■'
9A.M.t05 P. M. Sundays, 10 to 12. npl"-lm*
M. ' ; THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATEES."
British Medical Journal.
" Most safe, delicious, and wholesome."
New York World.
.A.ILTIISrU^IL SALE, IO MILLIONS.
Of all Grocers, Druggists, and Mineral Water Dealers,
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
;: f»AyrED-LCST-roi)^i
-\T7-AXTED— YOUNG LADY, JUST AR-
VV rived from Chicago, desires a position at
Stenographer and Calligrapb, or Type Writer
Operator. All office work find correspondence a
specialty. Address MISS "K. G. R." Wood-
land, Yolo county, Cat, in'Mw*
WANTED— A MAX WHO UNDERSTANDS
>V and' writes good English ninl German.
Apply at '•WHITE HOUSE/ Third street, be-
tween X and L. nv2-St«
T OST— ON APRIL 4, ISBS, BE-<raK-«™
LOST— OS APRH, 4, 1885, C. 1! StS-'^iv
Hv.oii Vermin }':■■:. I: :.r..! ('. IS SCI .
Berry's, PCCKKT DIARY. The fiuderfe^&il
will leave the snine at 407 .1 street. !££i£Hsi3
Sacramentojuid be rewarded. A. G. Ha:.
■ ■ m2-3t»
r OST— A DIAMOND SETTING IN GOING
LOST— A DIAMOND SETTING IN GOING
ii.ir.i Fifth and X to Seventh and X streets;
from there to I.ipmau's, and from there to Ma-
sonic Buildiug. A liberal reward will be paid
if returned to SERGEANT BARYVICK, I. yon .Ik
Curtis' Building. - ap29-tf
WANTED— TO PURCHASE OR RENT, #£v
a house containing six to eight *i]'ri
rooms, and locr.ted between Sixth audii^L
Twelfth, and and M streets. Address "H.
T. " Recokd-Uniox office, stating price, etc.
ap!3-tt* • - ■ ■■ ■"
WANTED.
4 ) .MEN' WHO UNDERSTAND ORCHARD AND
£ vineyard work, good wages; a man cook,
510; a man to iron in a laundry, 130 to 8:55: a
colored man and wife for a ranch, sso: also, man
for haying; also, 2 men to milk; a man to do
chores; a milker, 820: also, 2 waiters, $30. Fe-
male— a girl to polish and iron, $30; a woman
cook, $25; also, 6 girls for housework for the
city, $15 toS2i>; also, 4 girl-? for housework for
i in' country, $15 to $30; a housekeeper, (35. Ap-
ply to HOUSTON & CO., Employment Oifice,
Fourth and streets. Sacramento. apl3-lptf
FOII SALE— T«)I,KT.
SOMETHING NSW IN PINK SETS-JUST
out and forsaleatCHAS. M. CAMPBELL'S,
4<J3K street. Four good Carpets. 1 Buck Stove,
l Bed Lounge cheap for cash. Upholstering and
repairing at lowest rates. apl9-tl
FOE SALE— A FINE STALLION; s,<v_
C years ulii: I,2o9 pounds: m tS?.J
Inquire of S. K. TREFRY, Agricultural a-M-u-
Park. - hi •7 ■ 1 1"
TWO LARGE UNFURNISHED ROOM?. SUIT-
X able for housekeeping, in alley. Fifth and
Sixth, L and M. Also, three rooms,4ol 1 street'
Apply to D. GARDNER, Wood Yard, 101 1 street.
mr7 tf _
Hooker Steam Pumps and Steam Engines
!FOK SALE CHEAT FOB CASH.
1 No. 3 434-inch Cylinder. 6-inch stroke.
1 No. ■• Double Plunger, 6xlo Inch.
1 Double Plunger Pump, lfixiti inch.
2 Steam Engines, 12-inch Cylinders, 21 and 39-
-inch stroke.
1 li) inch Steam Engine.
Apply to SUPJJIUKTESDEXT, Murcblo Mine,
Nevada City, Cal. u;l-]plm
A Skin of Beanty is a Joy Forever !
DR. T. FELIX COURAUD'S
Oriental Cream, or Magical BeautiSer.
A s*> Removes Tan Pim-
xs- c (SSKSi plos. Freckles, Moth
£■£,•>■ " . fjji b9H patches, l;.i-:i and
g,«gs i^^^S^w tll:i " fliscascs ' nlld
£doo^±7* ! V-. St ° Oli Ul ° " CSt ° f
The dbtinguinhed ur 1.. X. iiayre, said to a lady
of the Raul tor. (a patient) ; "At you ladics< uM
we them,' l recommend \GauTaudCt Cream' an the
Oast harmful of all the Skin preparations." One
bottle will last six months, using it every day.
Also, Poudre Subtile removes superfluous hair
without injury to the skin.
Mwe. M. B. T. GOURAOD, Sole Prop., 48 Bond
street. New York.
For sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods
Dealers throughout the united h-tatts, Canadas
and Europe. -' •-
Beware of base imitations. 81,000 Reward
for arrest and proof of any one selling the same.
)r ; 6m MAY y cow
METAL POISON
I am a coppersmith by trade, and the small
particles o; brass and copper from cling got into
; soiea on my anns and poisoned my wliole sys-
tem. Mercury administered brought on rheu-
[ matism, and I '<■> came 11 helpless invalid. I took
I tivo dozen bottles swift's Specific. My less,
I arms and hands are all right ngnin. I net; them
, without pain. My restoratioj is due to .S. S. B.
| ;;.■■ I 1;:; >:i: ]■'.. LOVE,
I January '•'■ 1885. Augusta, Ga.
j MALARIAL -POISON.
; We have used Swift's Specific in our family as
! an antidote for malarial poison '.■■it two or three
'■ yi a- -. end hare never known it to fail in a sin-
' gle instance. W. C. Fuki.ow.
I Sumter county, Ga., September 11, 1884.
ULCERS.
• For six or eight ye«rsl snffercd with ulcers on
'my right leg. I was treated with lodide of I'o-
: taasium and Mercury, and I became helpless.
! Six bottle: of swift's ■•)• cine made a permanent
' cure. M. D. wilmos, (iainesvllle, Ga.
i February 28, li«S.
i Rwift's Specific is entirely vegetable. Treatise
I on Bio id and Skin Diseases mailed free.
: Thk Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga., i
;or 159 W. 23d St ,N. Y. Fes lyAwly |
1 ""California LIME co.,
Nos. r,l!> an.-l 621 1 street, Sacramento,
DEALERS IN THE "STAR" BRAND AND
Santa Cruz LIME, Importers of PLASTJBR,
! UEMEST, FIRE Cl A.V, I IKK BRICK, etc.
I Kir All orders promptly tilled. "©»
' .T. R. Watson President
11. C. MARKS Secretary
IH. C. EWIXG aj 2 -i! Im] ..Manager
\% COOPERAGE.
! No. Y.'.i Trout Btroet, Sacramento.
i BDTTES FIRKINS. EEEB, WINE AND
: D Liquor Kegs and Barrels always on hand.
Orders from the interior promptly attended to.
apiß-tf C. SCHAEFER.
I fffii fp'ftV T^h^^l \\\\
\ijl, irtMi" iili'lul iii *mi nTur n rnnn -..^...mUJA 1 .
Prico-wltliK\tr:iOii:i!ityHlaile.»\ \,
SI 50. PACIFIC SAW MF'G. Vi\ N !
CO., >'ds. 17 !in<l I'J Fremout \3i
: street, Sail Francisco. v\
; ap4-4r»tfFMW \*r
,-%«-»»=f— g;-.v ._'• ....-.—sr^ja Ilalstvil's
(jSfK- ■■' "••■■ fiS'i >'''">'"^^y ,; Incubators,
SSgM&^^&mrrom 220 up.
fc^&^KHMgfflg'gcusWßit.'C'l^T h o ro v gh-
■-■•-■— '^ss^^i i^,i ; f t t^ eU( j f or r i r .
SI wrfß. — -nvTiS| a eular. 1 01 1
fjJWtjr THE MODEL. VJgj*} Broadway,
g'l'a-ji icLr-REouLA-iitG, Wrr^'j S Oakland, Cal.
%T**ts REUtat-t, V ~* J^ S rorl." 4p 3m il
■** :■-:■'■ /mo simple. a \\ F
AMERICAN LAUNDRY.
OFFICE, SAWTELLE'S HOOK STORE, 70S
and 710 J street. Gentlemen's, Hotel ami
Restaurant washing done in good style. Blank-
ets and Lace Curtains a specialty. m2-lp:im
I 4,.-. Jl 1
HALL'S PULMONARY BALSAM |
THE BEST REMEDY IN USE OR COUGHS,
X Colds, Asthma, bronchitis. Influenza, Croup,
Incipient Consumption, and all Throat and Lung
Troubles. Sold by all Druggists for 50 cents.
J. K. GATES & CO., Proprietors, 417 San
me etre»}t. Salt Francisco ul9-lp
PACIFIC SLOPE.
suicide OF A rouse .MAY on
THE COMSTOt'K:
Woman Acquitted of Mnrdoi^-
Glanders in Victoria—
Town Ejections,
[SPECIAL DISPATCHES TO TnE RKOORD-lWiM*.]
CALIFORNIA.
Grass Valley Town Election.
*ii:.\ss \* \ 1.1.1-: y. May .'>;h. — Yesterday the
regular town election was held here. Out
side of the Assessorsbip. but little into
I was taken in the election. For Assessor
there were three candidates. Only ul
(im votes were polled. Herman LTphoff,
C. 11. Haukinsand RobertFinniewerere
elected Town Trustees, and John K. I!
Assessi ■]'. H. Silvester waa :■.'•• le ;t( ■! i
arer, and William Reynolds was re-elecUxl
Marshal, this being liis tenth year in thai
office. He had no opposition yesterday.
Cltj Election In Napa.
Nam, May sth.— At the annual < ity eleo
,' tiuii yesterday 623 votes were polled. E.
, llauu. J. B." Stevens and Reorpe C. Shurt
leff were elected Trusties. T. I. Raney,
for Clerk, and J. C.Owen, for Marslial.we're
elected. G.N.Cornwell, E. D. Beard, John
Bachelder, A. K. Lasher and C. R, Gritnian
were elected Trustees for the Free Library,
which is ;.i !>«• established soon.
At Mare [aland.
Vallejo, May sth. — John 1!. "
foreman plumber, has been suspended
from dv: . by Commander Russell. The
suspension is attribute*! to a lack ol .
in that department. Constructor M
has been notified that he would be de-
I tached. The other officers who expected
detachment on the 10th inst., Sailmakers
Fassott and Roddy and Cvpenter Bernard,
are to continue at their present duties at
the yard until May 1, 1886. while the «'i\ii
Engineer will bold on until May 1. 1888.
Guilty of Assault with Intent to Commit
Murder.
Bridgeport, May sth. — The jury in the
case of George M. Lee, after being out sii
hours, brought in a verdict "•' guilty of as
sault with attempt to commit murder.
Acquitted of Harder.
Sas Jose, May sth.- Margarita Rosas,
charged with the murder of her daughter.-*
illegitimate child at Gilroy, April 11th. waa
discharged from custody bj Judge Belden
this morning, on motion of th<' District
Attorney.
Attempted Suicide of a Young Girl.
Sas Jose, May sth. — As the narrow
gauge train waa approaching the University
of the Pacific this morning a girl waa seen
lying on tbe track, though t!:>t so near to
tin- train tha! it \va> ndi successfully stopp< 'I
before reaching her. She is a student of
the university. She is reported and believed
to be OUI of her right mind.
Found Dead on tbe Slrert.
San Jose, May sth. — Francisco Baudois,
a native of France, aged 60, was found dead
on River street this afternoon. The verdict
of the Coroner's jury was to the effect that
I death was the result of hemorrhage, caused
by a cancerous ulceration of the mouth.
I The Los Angeles Police Trouble— Saloon
Closed by the SherifV.
Los AsOjEl.es, May sth. — The Chief of
Police quarrel broke out in a new place to
day. >lr. downer, who has been acting as
counsel for the opponents of Mr. McCarthy,
and the latter managed to gel into a per
sonal quarrel, and" Glowner was badly
bruised. It is reported that McCarthy's son
held Glowner while his father did the
pounding. AH the parties have been ar
rested. Twenty complaints were filed in
the Council against the Chief to day.
The saloon and restaurant of Robert
Eckert was to-day closed by the Sheriff,
The reported liabilities are $18,000,
~ *
ARIZONA.
Eastern Excvu gionistn.
Tucson, May sth.— The first of Ray
mond'a spring series <>'•' excursions, leaving
!'. . . >n April LGth, passed through berethis
raorning, <-n route to California, with a
party ol 1!" excursionists.
Two 3lon Injured The Horning Stur
<;<)1(! Strike.
Cliftox, May.sth. — This afternoon about
twenty-five feet of a shed running along
-i le of the Arizona Copper Company's fur
nace gave way beneath the heavy pr< ssure
of copper dust debris, falling upon two
■ . named X. nacio !!■ : rara
and Jesus Castenada, injuring both sevi n
l_v. It is thought the former is fatully hurt.
There ;nv many persons who believe the
trikc in the Morning Star
i laim is .: bonanza. The pay streak laover
■ iteen inches wide, and assays as hv'ii us
$5,000 to the ton. Claims are staked out on
account of it in every direction.
NEVADA.
Suicide ol a Young Express Messenger.
Vibgixia. May sth. — Neil Clarke, son of
General Robert Clarke, the well-known
lawyer of < larson, committed suicide in this
city this morning, bj shooting himself iv
the head with a pistol. Deceased was em
ployed as mes ienger in tbe office of Wells,
Fargo A: i '.> . was a native of Ohio, aged 21.
He lired the fatal shot while lying on the
bed in his room in the second story of the
express building, at about (i o'clock. He
was alive when discovered, but died ab ml
3 o'clock, No certain cause is yel known.
His accounts at the office are all right. He
was at the theater last night, and seemed
cheerful, one story told i- that he losl >>>"
of his own money at faro, and another that
a young lady to whom he was attached dis
carded him for a rival. His body was
taken to Carson this evening for burial.
DBITISH COLUMBIA.
An Epidemic of Glanders — Preparing for
War WlUcli Has >"ot Been Declared.
Victoria. May sth. — Glanders among the
horses in this city has become epidemic.
A public meeting is called at the City
Hall for to-morrow evening for ladies, with
a view to organization as hospital nurses of
the wounded in the war which has not
been declared.
Mining Prospects— Assistance Offered—
Loan Defeated.
Victor! \, May sth. — The steamer Bosco
witz, from the north, reports mining pros
pects encouraging on the Nans and skeena
I rivers, and especially on the Lome creek
new ilijuiii-s. where fifty-seven miners are
at work. The creek two miles below is
consider^ 1 to be even better, and about
I which fuller news will arrive by the next
steamer, as the last one left just as men
from the diggings were due at the trading
post for fresh supplies.
Colonel Holmes, head of the provincial
militia, has received oilers of thi s ivi .; .
if needed, from 150 hands woi i the
Island Railway.
The loan, hy law of $60,000, prop
be raise! for water works purposes, was
defeated to-day.
Petroleum V. Nasby.
I). R. Locke, Petroleum V. Nasby, editor
Toledo Blade, writes : "I had on a fore
finger of my right hand oneof those pleas
ant pets, a ' run-round." The linger be
came inflamed to a degree unbearable and
swollen to nearly twice its natural size. A
friend gave me Henry's < 'arbolic salve, and
in twenty minutes the pain had so much
subsided as to give me a fair night's n-st.
which I had not hud before fora week. The
inflammation left the linger in a day. 1
consider it a most valuable article."
Accident to Judge Snowball. — Tlio
Yolo MoSoS yesterday had ihe following:
"At Knight's Landing Monday Jndge J.
W. Snowball met with a most painfal acci
dent. He was engaged in Oiling Borne car
tridges, ami w:is driving off the old caps
and potting on new ones. By some unfor
tunate miscalculation lie placed on tin
punch a shell with a loaded cap. When he
struck the shell with the hammer the cat>
exploded ami a piece flew into his left eye.
He went immediately to the doctor, and.
after stanching the flow ol' blood and wash
ing the blood all away, the eye was dressed
and bandaged. Late hist night we were in
formed that during the afternoon Dr. Law
bead found it necessary to remove the in
jured eye. The sympathies of the entire
community go tmt to Judge Snowball in lm
misfortune,"
WIIOLK NO. 10,621 :
SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS.
The District Telegraph war has reached
the School Board.
The House of Correction and Industrial
School funds an- depleted.
Jack Carkeek is anxious to have another
r,i;ii> 1. with I'mmi < ':mn,,n on tin- old terms
Sau Francisco will soon be connected
Stockton by telephone, a direct lino
being now nndi r course of construction, to
in a short lime.
Hoodlums invaded s>mh San Francisco
Sunday, and their profanity and rowdyism
have caused tlie in ha! - ask for pro
tection agaiiiol another invasion.
Charles A. .Crow, for many years auditor
of the motive power an<! machinery de
partment of the Central ["aeiflc, lias re
signed, his resignation to take effect May
list. He becomes business manager for
Mrs. Hopkins. .■' *\i
Superintendent Sitl^wick, of the House
of Correction, reports that daring M >! J
there were 72 prisoners committal and *•
discharged; leaving 227 on hand on the Ist
hist. The cost of maintaining tin institu
tion last month was $3,732 25.
\V;> i Rear-Admiral .K>!>m A. Upahar
• at tl>is port, which !;<• will reach
some time t h, he will have com
pleted forty years' service, and will be
1 t.' retirement. Rear' Admiral M< - -
Cauley will take his place on tU<- Pacific
■ m.
There w ill be no military parade in this
city in Connection with the funeral services
of General McDowell, in h irdance wiih
hes of General McDowell's family.
At the gates of the Presidio .1 military es
cort will await the arrival of the remains,
it !'.• cd to the National Cemetery.
Stocks of grain, etc., in city warehouses
on May Ist; as reported by the San Fran
cisco I' rod nee Exchange, are as follows :
Wlunt. tons .*. . 9.02S
Barley . 7.651
Oats 3,«'Ji»
Corn ... .200
Itnui 4,100
William 1". Frost, for man; years city
editor and later business manager of (ho
Keening Post, died Tuesday from consump
tion. Mr. Frost gave up journalism last
fall to run on the iVmocratic ticket for
City {Collector. His defeat troubled him
considerably, and certainly hastened the
progress OI the disease which caused his
untimely death.
1' v. D. Elh's \V resident of
thia State, died at Smulerlund, Mil.. April
LOth. II' 1 was ai iii.' time < ■: lii- death
.-: VU-Saint's farish Chnrch at that
place. He had resided fit Nevada City, in
tlii.- State, where he l>nill a . hurcl), ail '. !'■■!
two years was a i. Marysville.
From 18(55 to 1868 he was rector of the
Church of the Advent Ivn. InlBC3
he married in this city ihc tfaughtor of
Captain Francis Peel. He leaves a wife
and four children.
Money appears to hp plentiful at most of
the banks. The rates for commercial loans
vary from <« to 10 per cent as extremes,
though of course most of the business is nt
"(a,.s. There is rather more doing at 7
than for some time, indicating an easier
condition in nt least some quarters. The
savings banks are charging all the way
from <; to 7 per cent. Among the loans
last week was one of $22,000 for two years
at tii ami one of $5,000 for the same length
of time at 7. both being made by the same
bank. Another puton $10,000 for one year
at <> per cent. This was not the IFil>ernia,
whose rate has been ti right along forsev
oral :i...ii.u.- hhiv i- itai such a. thing as:
nnifortuity in bank rates. I'a. h bonk lias
a nominal asking rate, but collateral cir
cumstances make variations desirable, it'
not necessary. There is a good demand for
exchange both on New York and London.
The refusal to supply the banks with silver
certificates for use as Now York exchange,
if. persisted in, will compel the banks to
• adopt other measures for covering remit
tances to the East. The rates for Eastern
| drafts are 200 for Bight anil 30c for tele-
I graphic; sterling bills on London, -t!)}il for
Lank drawings, anil lOid for commercial
'■ bills ; refined silver, 10 to 101 per cent, dis
count; Mexican dollars. *ttc to -■"■!'■
■V, ■■
A Grand Floral Festival.
• We acknowledge the receipt of an invi
tation to be present at a grand floral festi
val, to be given at SacniiiM nto M.'.v ■• liSß.">,
in honor of Mrs. M. E. * 'rocker, who re
cently presented to thai vity the Crocker
Art Gallery. We regret very much that
business demanding our constant attention
will not permit our attendance Sacra*
mento is our birthplace. We partook of
ill its ups and downs in. those troublous
[rues when Hood and fire and epidemics
eft their blighting influences on every
land. We were there, ; ■•■. when the
treets were lined with successful miners:
Then times were flush and money plenty.
■iacraniento is dear to the hearts of all old
laliforniansj and her success and good for
une awakens a feeling of pride in their
iosoms. Mrs. Crocker's noble deed
trengthens one's faith in humanity. Peo
ple of wealth arc generally so sordid that
onepossppfed'ot" stfrri extreme' kindne&T
and open-hearted generosity as i- Mrs.
Crocker commands not only our respect,
but unfeigned admiration. There is hardly
a church, asylum, school or private or pub
lic charitable institution in Sacramento
that is not indebted to her for material aid.
She has erected and richly endowed a home
foraged, helpless women : she '.■'■> ■ sought
out the distressed and relieved them — the
sick and nursed them Hie weak and
feeble and lifted them vp — the orphans
and cared for them. She 1i:ls aided all
public-spirited enterprises. The people of
Sacramento have re&olved to testify to Mrs.
i ';■■>■!,.;■. in the form of Horn I testimonials^
the gratitude ami respect they entertain
toward her, and at the same time celebrate
the floral season by a grand festival of
Sowers. The presence of .ill old Sacra
, nientans is desired? [Stanislaus Wheat-
Grower.
DESERVED IWXOK.S TO A NOBLE WOMAN.
The citizens of Sacramento have set apart
Wednesday next, the (jth in.st.. for a grand
floral festival in honor of one of the noblest
women of our country—of the world — Mrs.
Margaret K. Crocker, who, through bjjr
loveliness of character and unbounded acts
of charity, has endeared herself to every
Sacramentan, whether at home or abroad.
Our Capita] city has every reason to be
proud of Margaret K. Crocker. Ever since
her circumstances have permitted it, she
has been untiring in her deeds of charity —
assisting the needy, sick and distressed of
that city; and doing these Rood offices
quietly and unostentatiously, not even let
ting her most intimate friends know of
what she was doing. While she has given
away thousands of dollars in private chari
ties, notice what .-lie lias done of a public
character. She gave to the city a large tract
of land for the cemetery; she erected an
extensive and beautiful conservatory; .-he
1 built, furnished and endowed, at a cost of
$130,000, the "Marguerite Home," where
worthy old ladies can have a home in their
de lining years. And she recently presented
to th" city her magnificent art gallery,
worth, with the contents, buildings and
ground.*, about $500,000. It will be seen
from this that Sacramentans should be
proud of, and cannot too highly honor, such
a v. •man. — [Bridgeport Chronicle-Union.
BLESSED.
The city of Sacramento is blessed «i hav
ing such a rich, noble-spirited and chari
table woman as Mr.-;. Margaret K. Crocker,
and as a public testimonial to her worth
the people of that city, and in tact the State,
will hold a free Floral Festival at the great
Pavilion of the State Horticultural Society
on the Oth of May. This lady has endeared
herself to the people of Sacramento and vi
cinity by a long life of general sociability,
enriched by numerous private charities..
She has, from time to time, added many
actHofpubliebeneficence. — [Berkeley Advo
cate. " .
A UNIQUE HOSOK.
Mrs. Margaret E. Crocker, of Sacramento,
is to be the recipient of a unique honor on
"Wednesday next. As a manifestation of
the appreciation felt for her many philan
thropic ae. -. a floral festival will lie held in
the Pavilion of the State Agricultural So
ciety. The business Of the city will DO
suspended for the day, and the various fra
ternal, religious and social organizations,
as well as ac people generally, are to take
part- Addresses, poems, a May-polo dance
and music will be among the features ot
the happy occasion. It is not often that a
whole community gives such evidence as
this of its admiration and affection upon
one of its people. Mrs. Crocker is/now
ever, a woman the nobility of whose un
! merits this extraordinary recognition.— lS.
F.Post.

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