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SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
VOLUME LUL-NO. 79.
DAILY RSCORD-UNION
J* — « __ :__*—*— OR at Sacra men to as s— — ad _____ ——-._■
rT_l_Bß__) BTTHB
|_C-11EST0 PUBUSKIHG CGHFAEI.
i___ie--0_ Offlce, Third St., bet. J aad ___•
i -_» ■
T__E DAILY KECORD-T-SIO-"
H F.b__-e_ every day of the week, Sundays ex
tept-d. r>ou__e__eet on S_*_-l_y_
Sot a.-* ye»r __.__._..__..t6 OS
R>r — _ _!o_— „.._». ........ S £■*
fcriiree month*. „._ . „ 2 00
S-tecri-C'-. serred by C_-*i«i_ at {___ __
■X_s**_ *-_• week. In all Interior citi<-» an. t~**_t?
m» TAj-ir week. h__ of interior eitlw !_v,ti=
' »>**:«r can be hj— ! of the principil lAznzC'.^X:
«___*_, N_w__en and asje _t j.
____ V/J__K_.T UNION
_ see che.D_- _rad mo— d-rtrable Hoi**o, K«-w_
_M 1 L____y Jo_rn_l pul*___ed on tba ____*
_*»*
»"*■_)_. One Tear - 43 C<-
FOR SALE— LET.
FUKNISHED K_o-T ROOMS TO LET—
Jt. with or without board. Inquire at 727 M
street. m'-t-lw*
FOR SALE— OXE TWO-SEATED FAMILY
Carriage, one Sin.le Open Buggy and I'lat-
lorm Spring Express Wagon. Inquire of HOD-
SON, 52U street. m2:i-lw*
FOR SALE— A SMALL BUSINESS FOR 1300;
. apply within three days as the parties are
going East. Address "B. X.," _ _so_Jce.m2: 3t*
FOX SALE. - A THOItOL*GII-_ -ate s^'
bred Jersey Bull (registered), WB_____H
six years old, will be sold at a bar-
gain, as the owner has no use for ** "
him. Apply at this office. rn2l-tf
A PIANO FOE SALE •:'l^AP..___B___
if applied tor iatel v, ___ J_,l .*_sj
_-___^!_-'»>''':-™
OOMETHING NEW IN PINE SETS— JUST
0 out and for sale at CHAS. M. CAMPBELL'S,
4'i9 X street. Four good rat-pets.] Buck Stove,
1 Bed Lounge cheap for cash. Upholstering and
repairing at lowest rates. apla-tf
__—_—____— __________D_ ____________»
FOR SALE, ETC.
FOR SALE,
AN ODD LOT OF CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
At Metropolitan Cijjnr Store.
CO— Fifth and X Streets, Sacramento.
Also, the Celebrated
"Fire Department" 5-cent Cigar!
-EST MA DE. ral6-lpl_t
(il/rtftl Soldjc, Mc ©cluci; gegen
*'iv* *()♦ Sidicrljcit anf (_ niiibcigcii-
tlji'.::i f.m-icilK'it Inollen, finben & clcc-cnljeit
•ii i*utcr nub pdbercr .apitolanlagc .on
.400 fliifmdrtl.— ..iilicvc- bei
Carl Strobe!. 321 J St., Sacramento.
ml5-tf
-F'O-FL _s__._____.______e3,
A BARGAIN !
FIXE TWO-STORY HOUSE /*^
Lot in Benicia: house contains 13 i-i.jiji
Rooms, numerous Closets, Hot and Cold_^lyL
Water, and all conveniences; pood Stable; Fruit
Trees; Lawn and Flower Garden; lot, 2— —-275
feet; an elegant home* magnificent view;
healthy location and in the midst of excellent
Bcbools. Price tow and terms easy. Forsaleby
.1. 11. FISH _. CO., 528 California street, San
Francisco. n_.2-2w
Hooker Steam Pumps and Steam Engines
FOX ____ CHEAP FOR CASH.
1 No 3 4%-inch Cylinder. 6-inch stroke.
1 No. "> Double Plunger, 6xlo inch.
1 Double Plunger imp, 10x16 inrii.
2 Steam Engines, 12-inch Cylinders, 21 and o-
iU llol,K'h C s«camKngi,ie.
1 10 Inch _cam Engine.
Apply to SUP-RINTENDENT, Murehie Mine.
Nevada City, Cal. y ml-lplm
JLT'-O-?-. »___.______,
Two Ten-Acre Tracts!
FOUR MILES FROM 'liii: CITY.
PRICE, $75 PEE ACRE ; Half Cash.
Apply to SWEETSEK ft -XSTP,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
mr Mm:;' So. 1015 Fourth street, Sacramento.
FRDIT FARMS
FOR -3_s_lj__i_,
Sweetser&Alsip
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
No. 1015 Fourth street, Sacramento.
So 52 ef ("Htaliigue.
For _7,000, n Kplendirl Fruit Farm ol 120
acres, with 2.009 bearing Vinos and Nursery
stock: 1.000 Trees la bearing* 40 acres in ... a:
2 at re- in Alfalfa; i" acres more produce good
Alfalfa; Dwelling. Stable and Hani; a few
acres in Timber- 1 Mower anil Sulky .';. ....
li',•. , t and Ueary Wag.in:- plows: Harrows and
all Fanning L>o!s 1 Incubator* 11 head of
CatUc; 2 Horses and 1 Colt; ID i'i-.:s; SO Chick-
ens. One-half mile from l^miiiis. Placer
couuty. Tlie late frost did no damage to this
place, and it L in one of the ln-st fruit belts i.:
the state. _ i_o
No. 60, of Catalogue.
Fur •3,800, 30 acres, in of -i litt i are in
Table Grapes; 2 acres in Orchard; 1 aire in
Strawberries; \A, acre in UliK-kbi-rrie-: 'J Fish
Ponds with** hiib and Catfish; "> Windmills
and I'unii*; 11 acres in Grain. One-ball mile
from to.vn o! Florin in Sacrameuto County;
iy_ miles from Sacramento.
'
For SUO.OOO, a line qualify ni land; ton
acres; .miles fnun Sacramento, on Jackson
mail: no better Grape or Fruit laud in the
county; susceptible of division; good new
Dwelling aud large Stable.
AUO
No. 70, if Catalogue.
For .13 per acre, ICO -ere' of (rood land
in Tehama county, 6 miles from Corning, i.
miles from Kirkwood Switch, on line of ire-
gon and California Railroad; tuke third
ea.-h. Good Fruit or Grain land. Exchange
in j ait '"or city projierty.
No 68, of Catalogue.
6«c> acres, with mi— l cabin; price, S3 per
acre good Cattle Uange; near Coilax.
No 51, of Catalogue.
For 910 per iicrr, 45^ teres of land, with
hard-finished Dwelling, with seven rooms;
Stove Milk-house; 130 acres tillable; -S acres
in Gram; fenced into i fields. Xear lone,
Amador county. 125 head of Cattle and :»
Hogs will be sold with place if desired.
A 1.- a
No. 19 of Catalogue.
For _9.000_.13_ Acres nf Land, It .Miles
from Sacramento, seven mile-, from Uoseville
and Folsom; 140 acre* tn Grain; well fenced;
good Dwelling and Barn; :• Mare.-; l Horse; l
Cow; 4 s.-ts Harness; l Windmill; ami all
Farming Tools; Blacksmith shop and Tools-
Hay and Grain in Barn; about 80 Sows with
pig; a few line Oak Trees scattered over too
place. *__
SXo. 56 of Catalogue.
..r •1.000, one .-•ere. all in Iriot ami trees-
Dwelling an.! Stable; at Guthrie's Station!
..-SEND FOR CATAI-kiCES.-_a
SWEETSER & ALSIP, Sacramento
m'.itf
REAL ESTATE !
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE,
In I— ;.tt Companies ami at Beat Rates.
FOPL __S_^__.X_.____,
9,000 ACRES PATENTED VALLEY
LAND, all black soil; best Stock
Range in Northern California.
F 9 Ji__.FL~lk^: s
Large and small, in the Valley mill I"i-»t-
-liills. Beat quality lor Alfalfa, Grain
and Fruit, bvHO 81,000 upwards.
Also. __0 CITY DWELLINGS For Sale and to
Rent, all desira!)!o locations. Rents and Bills
Collected for a fa.'r commission. - , ■--
__- MONEY LOANS on rU-al Estate negotiated.
It. Is', BCGBEY, Agent,
Offic* : •Mike Bi*yte*s Building," southwest cor- j
._________*_'""' a „___ _____• mJO-lptf
MONEY TO LOANI
ON REAL ESTATE AT LOW KATE OF
Interest, by PETER BOHi No. ?£> 1 street. 1
m'.i-intf
H-JLE BROS, k CO.
STILL THEY COME!
To-morrow Morning we shall place in
- stock One Case of 5-4 Bleached Pillow
Case Sheeting, at 10 cents a yard,
Upon examination, these goods will
be found much under value. They
really cannot remain with us long,
OUR
BOOTS AND SHOES
Are receiving no small amount of attention from close CASH BUYERS.
We are always improving our qualities, and constantly
endeavoring to lower our prices.
We carry a full line of those Ladies' Kid
Button Shoes ; worked button-holes, at
$1 75 a pair.
Men's Fine Calf Button, Lace or Congress
Gaiters ; made with seamless vamps ;
neat opera toe ; equal in appearance to
our $8 grade. Price, $3 50.
Ladies' French Kid, Common-sense Button
Shoes, at $4. They are' the best value
in this city.
Boys' Brogans, full-stock, $1 25 a pair. Our
stock of Men's Working Shoes is the
largest, and our prices the lowest in this
city.
We have just received a large invoice of
those Misses' Fine Kid Button Boots;
opera toe, and medium heel; sizes, 11
to 2. Price, $2.
Our Children's Hand-made Spring-heel
Shoe, with round toe and tassels; sizes,
3 to 7 1-2; are superior to any yet
offered for like money.
tBF Country Orders Receive Prompt and Careful Attention. "_«
HUM DPAC ,_. PA
ALJt_ Dim. S UU.,
>.**. 820, 881. 8-3, 835 _ street, and 1026 Ninth street. Sacramento.
11. MX HI..^».J.JWIW«MM_W._
__D_LI-£I.Y.
_vei___x_ijkt-___ei. __r »
all THE LATEST STYLES IN*
SPUING AXD SU-OIEK MILLINEEI
AND MILLINERY GOODS. AT
_IRS. KATZKNSTEI-", .05 J street, '
SAC it AM EN TO. __3-lptf :
m*mmmm h ..i ______g ______________________\
Fiir lTS, SEEDS AXi> P_tODCCE.
A. MOOSER. 8. - •:-. n.
S. GERSON' & CO.,
No. 220 J Street Sacramento.
/ i!-:Nl'.!:.\l. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, |
Vji deaiers in Impored md lioiue.-tie Fruits,:
Vegetables, Nuts aad Dried Fruits. ii..' :-tf j
irOENEJ. SB-CORY. C. C. Bi!_.-.'.«. — B__ _— _SSOBT '
GREGORY, BARNES & CO., j
(Successors to Gregory & Co.), i
Nos. 126 and 1.8 .J Street.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN PRODUCE AND ;
Fruit. Full stocks ofl • itatoea. Vegetables, I
Green and Dried Fruits, Bonus, Alfalfa, Uutter, 1
Eggs, cheese, i'oultry. etc., always on hand. Or- i
li in filled at lowest rates. ml. I
LYON & CURTIS, j
WHOLESALE DE A LEW IS ■
Vegetables, Fruits, Seeds, Butter, Eggs, ;
AM. :
i' RO DtJC E GENiii;A I. I. V, !
Nos. 117 to 123 .1 street, Sacramento. !
mlO-lplf I
H. G. MAY & CO.,
Healers In Fruit, Produce, Poultry, Flxli. I
PCLTON MARKET. Nl - 488 AND 430 X '
X. street, cor, of Fifth, Sacramento mrll-tf |
VV. R. STRONG & CO., j
COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS '
J In j
si.r.Lis, FRUITS _ GENERA-, PRODUCE j
Proprietors CAPITAL NTT-SERIES, -Kronen- ;
to, r.i,. Seed and Tree Catalognec se: t iree on
[cation. iNo». fi, 8 inni Vi j street, sue-
ramento. m 9 I ' ;
1H11..11M1 ■■ ■ :^%^l.r. .1 ■;■'■ ..» win. .1 i - ;
MARK ITS j
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC,
rpilE PROPRIETORS OF THE NEW YORK I
1 MEAT MARKET, for years sitoated at he
corner of Tenth ur.d X strtxt?, desire (0 an- ,
Doonce to their man y patrons and the public,
that on and after "MONDAY, MAY 11, 1855,]
they can be found in their new auartera in the
Stanley Uuilding, i
M<ig. 1020 and so.".* R Street, between
Tenth and Eleventh.
Thanking their patrons for their past patmn-
nu.i- they ask a continuance of the same in their
tew place. I
mS-tplm ti1. 1.1. * ROSS, Proprietors. i
SACRAMENTO MARKET, |
Corner Tenth and N" Streets. .
T HAVE B.CGHT OUT Tiriss--s^n_a|^ |
1 popular Market I ask the old 7V_%___ I
patrons and as many new otic-i Jr_ _ 7 1 '
that are — llln-r to give mc o tri. i -— ••• if * -,
to come anddeal with mc. They will find me
to do business in a fair and square way. The
best of meat alwsys on hand. j
aplt-tptf ' ixjuis MOHR, Proprietor. [
!_ - , _■— . j
_J_- C 3» _? i o _0_ -
IT UGH CASEY, OF THE LATE FIRM OF !
„ * c '■_ ey „ ronan, desires to call the atteu- •
tion of the public tO his large stock of old Whis- ■
kies ■■' I Brandies .-. "bfuid'' and "freed in I
quantities to suit the trade. Thanking his pa- I
irons and tne public for past favors, he again so- :
v *} ' c - r ] eo-»inned patronage. All orders '.
shoo)- be addressed to HUGH CASEY No .-so „ :
St.. Sacramento. Proprietor Eagle Soda Works. !
mi. 1; .if
SACRAMENTO PLAHISG M-LLp^^j I
■l r ANrFACTFUERS OF DOORS, VU \\wfe
X)\ Windows, Mini!-, Molding*; _g-_*/_ll» I
Finish Door and Window Frames. ""o'SjyC^^
Brackets and Turning Stair Work '[ ' f*ifj__j_: I
_t '"DccitLitv _■ y „ ___
«*- Comer Front and Q streets, p. _:, 7
Saciamento. I __—_■_—}
HARTWELL, HOTCHKISS & _________ ;
.'-Ipiia ----- i
j MISCELLANEOUS.
I SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!
i
' WAVING BOUGHT A LARGE STOCK OF
i -CL Spring Goods, and having sold largely of
! th.' same at regular rates, and still having a
; lar-rc stock, I am determined to reduce it by
j selling Suits •10 less than the original price.
! Come and see the goods, 'iii ill please yon.
j __- OTTO HANSON. Cutter.
j *__■___<_♦_>. Bro__ilcy,
| MERCHANT TAILOR,
! r.it .1 Street, between I'lltli and Sixth.
j a*_B-lplm
A. LOTH HAMMER,
TUNER AND REPAIRER '' '"________—
i J_ Pianos. Organs and all kinil-S-*i_H»S*'
; ol Musical Instruments, No. 10_l~j _._f,hf tn
I Ninth street, between J and X (Odd " * \J <*
i Fellows' Temple). Nov.- i- tb time to have 11-
I auos tuned and cleaned. References: Professor
; Winters or A. Heym Agent _ telnway*s Pi-
anos. M l 7 -1
NEU BOU RG"^ LAGES,
Star Mills and Malt House.
HOPS, MALT, PRODUCE, GRAIN, FEED
and Brewers' Supplies.
iOlli. 1018, 1030 Fifth st., ■lame-to.
i ■?_- Exchange Sold on all trie Principal Cities
! of Enron*. at-lt.tt
! Mi-EUSER ST. LOUIS
j _E_ __■_ _E3 __-_. ,
OS DRAT— AT
* GRUHLER'S SALOON,
l • I
i ({0.022.1 Htrret, ijeSO-lplml Sacramento .
! CALIFORNIA LIME CO., i
. Nos. ,*il9 and 521 1 street, Sacramento,
! DEALERS IN THE "STAR" BRAND AND
JJ Santa Cm/. LIME. Importers of PLASTER,
! CEMENT, KIKK CLAY, FIRE BRICK, etc.
*»- All orders promptly filled. *.»
i J. K. WATSON _ President
. 11. C. MARKS Secretary
I 11. ('. i:\VlNii liii2t-tplm] Manager
I RICHARDSON BROS.,
I No. 1111 rro.it street Sacramento,
(Next to Capital Packing Company),
I T ANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
MANUFACTURERS ANU DEALERS IN"
■ 1»_ Packing Boxes and boxes of every descrip-
! on. Orders solicited and promptly filled. Car-
lo—! lots at reduced nates. mi:°-linlp
J. F. HILL,
, Nos. 1301 to 13. .1 J street, Sacramento.
j MANUFACTURER OF <!E*iJr_s
! iVL Carriages, Buggies, ' r x l^*2__A.
press, 1: — an — 1| " / v? "..'^'-_*_>_
I Quarts Wagons. Dealer in Oak, -***£— iu_2 — *-
I Ash and Hickory Lumber; Hubs, Spokes, Fel-
' lies. Bows, Rims, Shafts and Poles. Manufact-
urer of the •' LIGHTNING" KAY PRESS. Bead
for Catalogues, m-M-lpt'
■ PAINTS AND OILS.
j JK. CHADS] RDON, IMPORTER AND DEAL-
•fj . et in Paints Oil .Van lishui, Window Glass,
i ilixe-.l Paints, Artists ami Painters' Materials,
' Wall Paper, etc No. 20-i '-. ■*„ Sacn u aento.
J *-_:■ „tl-.--,if
C. SCHAEFER~
•000 __P ______=_„
! No. 89 Front street, Sacramento.
! DEER KEGS, BUTTER FIRKINS, ■S;^_*f : V
! Xj Wine Puncheons, Brandy Barrels, ■. ! -^_-_j
j .on hand. Orders from the interior -"•'__?_(
. solicit' . and alteiided to. tnlB_ptf
' H. P. OSBORN'S ""
Wood and Cor.l Yard, No. £06 I street.
WELLING. '. ■"*'. SEATTLE, SCOTCH, SPLINT
and lone <;oals. Also, Coke, Pine and oak.
; <'ha»c<-i. Pitch Pine, and line Kindling; i-ioot
i Second-growth Oak and Stove Wood delivered
prompt!- TELSFiinsE, No. _>.
m'2-4ptf W. K. OSBORN, Proprietor
r .DORLESS_EFAVAT(-r
C(B.-«P00L8 AND VAULTS CLEANED
; cheap _ I frco from all offensive odor".
Orders left at Carpenters Wood and Coal Yard,
t*M X street; or at Pacific Market, 755 J street,
> will be promptly attended to.
mIC-i-m J. U. CAMPBELL „ CO. j
SACRAMENTO, MONDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1885.
CHANGED DAILY FOB THE RED HOUSE. ■_
NEW ARRIVALS AND SELECTIONS
FROM
Our Fancy Goods Department
l/ ***■
*
FOB--
OF
Unusually Good Value!
_____
Ladies' Whalebone Corsets, double steels and handsomely silk em-
broidered; regular sizes, at 25 cents.
We display in abundance and variety of colors No. 9 SATIN AND GROS-
GRAIN RIBBON (all pure silk), at 12 1-2 cents per yard.
Three Lots in Ladies' Jerseys!
THAT ARE WORTHY OF AN" INSPECTION.
LOT _____ LADIES' BLACK JERSEYS (braided), 85 cents.
LOT 33. —LADIES' EXTEA-FINE JERSEYS Black and
Cardinal', all-wool, $1.
LOT O-— LADIES' JERSEYS (Black); braided, all-wool,
$1 25.
Ladies' White Mull Fichus (embroidered), ; 1 9c.
■^^^_ ALL SPECIAL BARGAINS AND JOB LOTS left over
mMl___^ from our Saturday's Sale *'* be closed oat TO-DAY
W^******** at the same prices as on day of sale.
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT!
LADIES* CARTWHEEL HATS, 35 cents.
CHILDREN'S LOOP BRAID STRAW HATS (worth $i), for 25 cents.
Nos. 714 and 716 J street, and 713 and 715 Oak Avenue. Sacramento.
BUSINESS CAKDS.
H. F. ROOT. ALEX. **_t-SO_. J. DRISCOL.
KOOT, NEILSON & f ..,
UNION FOUNDRY — IRON AND BRASS
J Founders and Machinists, Front street, be-
tween N and O. Castings and Machinery of
every description made to order. ____p__
.'As. __________
4 RCHITECT AND SUPERINTENDENT.
*"" oilier: Sutter Building, southwest corner
Fifth and J streets, Secramento. i__!-tf
F. POS___ J. O FCNSTON.
18.10. F. FOSTER <_ CO., 18SS.
BOOK-BINDERS, PAPER-RULERS AND
> Bl_ uk-Beo* __n_t_cture_i_No. 319 J street,
between Third nnd Fourth. Sacramento. m2O-4p
DAN. 11Y-AN. ,T. IIYMAN, JR.
J. HTHfAN, .lIS., & BRO.
ITJATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS. -a,
\ > 506 J street, between Fifth and <-<U>
Sixth, have always on hand a choice (_-- A
variety of fine Watches, Diamonds, Jew- *__>__>
city, etc. m_*_
C. H. Klt-f.S & CO.,
CO*. 'STREET, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
04t) Dealers in Paints. Oils, Varnishes, Win-
dot* .lass. Picture Moldings, Brushes, Artists'
Material, Building I'aper, Plain and Uecorative
Wall Paper, and Glazier Paper for Window Deco-
rations a patent which is entirely new, mll-lm
CUIUS. SUTEK,
MANUFACTURER OF FUKNITCRE, WlS*-
dow and Door Screens a specialty . Large
j stock on hand. Particular attention given to
; Scroll-sawing, Shaping, Molding and Planing.
; Wan rooms northwest corner Thirteenth and J
'. streets. Sacramento, mlO-tf
S. STURMER
]TAS REMOVED HIS JEWELRY-—
1 Store from 421 Kstreet t0: 506 Kstreet, CSv
ness Pacific Hotel. Watches. Clocks and (6-V'a
Jewelry repaired at reasonable rates. ____§
aifc'O-llii
WM. H. HAMILTON",
3 4 RCHITECT, NO. KB 3 STREET, SECOND
floor. Sacramento. «;al. ap2S-lm
W. D. OOHSTOCK,
prjENITURE, FIFTH AND X STREETS, Q
L Sacramento, Cal. r>S?
ap26- ' \ '
E. CARLE. E. J. CROLY.
CARLK & CROLY,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, ARE PRE-
pared to do all kinds of work in their line,
in city or country. Principal place* of business,
Saci._neuto. Shop, No. 1124 Second street, be-
tween X and L. Postoffice Box No. 410, Sacra-
mento. ml6_ptf
ATTOR-TYS-AT-Li IV.
A. _. HAKT.
A TTORNEY-AT LAW. OFFICE, SOUTH-
! _-\. west comer of Tilth and J streets, Rooms
1 12, 18 and 14, Sutter Building. mIO-
JOIIN T. CARET,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSKLOR-AT-LAW,
__ will practice In all State and United States
Courts. Offlce, upstairs over No. 828 J strectj
soul hwest corner of Seventh. Sacramento. mi-tt
J. N. YOCXO. C. 11. DTJSS.
YOUNG A* DUNN,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-AT-I-LW
Office, Southeast Corner of Fifth and .i
streets, Sacra— lento, CaL ml -lm
THOS. G. HODODON,
j A TTORNEY-AT-I AW. OFFICE, NO. 626 I
' A street, between Sixth and Seventh. Prac-
t ice in all Courts in this State. ml-tf
W. H. HtAllY & S. C. DENSON,
ATTORNEYS AND COCaNSELORS-AT-LAW.
Offices: Metropolitan Block, X street, be-
tween Fourth and Fifth, Saci— c mento. Entrance
next door 'o Metropolitan Theater. ap2 I J-tf
INTO- L. WHITE. LINCLON WHITE.
WHITE A WHITE,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, SOUTHWEST COR-
ner Fifth and J streets, Rooms 10 find 11,
gutter Building, Sacrameuto, Cal. "!_'___
A. C. JMREEBtAN, GROVE 1.. JOHNSON*,
GEO. R. BATES,
LAWYERS, SACRAMENTO AND SAN FRAN-
Cisco, CaL Offices: No. 920 Fifth street,
Sacramento; and No. 101 California street. San
Francisco. Business attended to in both cities.
--..-;. a) -tf
AMERICAN LAUNDRY
OK. BAWT____*S BOOK STORE, 70S
and 710 J street, Gen men's, Hotel and
1 Restaurant washing done In good style, _t_-
I ets and Lace Curtains a specialty. m'2-;v;:ni
PHYSICIANS AND SUJIGEOXS.
W. H. BALmvi-*, lU. _>„
rjTJRGEON AND PHYSICIAN. OFFICE,
O northeast corner Second and ..streets. Of-
lice hours : Id a. m. to 12 _.; 2 to 1 and 7 to 8 p.
>-. Residence, 821 N street. m!5-lm
WALLACE A. lIRIGGS, H. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND OBSTETRICIAN. OFEICE
and residence No. 212 J Btreet, ;i amento.
( stoL'a. x. )
Office iloursi-^ 11 a. m. to 2 r. v.. J-ml'2-_ptf
I 6;*— * to BP. m. *
di:. A.. K. E i7^^_* f
PKVSIciA.'. AND SURGEON, GRADUATE OF
A. the University of lieriii!. Germany. Office
and residence, No. 521 .1 street, between Fifth
and Sixth, Sacramento. Office hours— to 11 a
m.; 8 to 5 and 7 to *> P. U. _'_ : : l!
DX. IRA K. OAT-LAS',
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. SPECIAL AT-
teution to Diseases of Females. Office—
i.jt .1 street, upstairs, over Dale's. Residence—
1027 G, corner Eleventh street. Office Hours :
From 9tolla.M- 1 to 2 and 7to P. M. mll-
IJIt. J. S. COOK,
VTO. 923 NINTH ST., BET. i AND J. Ol'P-
_\ posite the Plaza, Magnetic and Electric
Healer. ESlectro-mafrnetic, Electro-galvanic and
Medicinal Baths: Magnetic Garments and In-
soles. Con itaifam free. inlO-lm
UK. _____£,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.— OFFICE AND
Residence. So. 823 J street, between Third
and. Fourth. Hours— 1 1 . 10 a. m., 3to 5 and 7to
8 p.m. Office of City Superintendent of I _blic
Schools nt same place. nis-4plm
DB. GEORGE PTBUEN,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, NORTHEAST
Corner Eleventh and II streets. Hours—
to 10 a. _„ 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 P. M. -lm
OK. NIXON',
OFFICE AMD RESIDENCE, M STREET, BE-
tween Ninth and Tenth, Nos. '-8 and 920.
Will visit the Railroad Hospital daily at 9:30 A. .
m. Office hours— to 9a. _.; 1 to 3P. M., and
evenings. ml -tf
TV-f. KLLEKT BBIGGS, M. D.,
OCULIST, AURIST, AND PHYSICIAN FOR
Diseases of the Throat. Office, 429}_ J
street, comer of Fifth, over Sacramento Bank,
Sacramento, Cat Hours: 9:30 to 12 a. ji.; lto 4
p. M. gut-days: 9*o to 11 a. m.; Ito4p. _. ml-tt
IS. J. SHORT,
OCULIST, MAKES A SPECIALTY OF
Ciiring Granulated Eyelids, Film Over the
Eves, Inflammation, etc. No. 911 L street, be-
tween Ninth and Tenth, Sacramento, office
Hours: 8 to 12 a. M.: 2 to 6 P. >I. :ip9-lm*
!_■■■ g— — lia^M. !!■■— _— ■— ■ ■■■WiMlW.lW— i__— ___.
DENTISTRY.
H. 11. PIKRSON,
DENTIST, 415 1 STREET, BE-__W&
tween Fourth and Fifth. Sacra- fffS»si__l
mento. A— tiflclal Teeth inserted on^*____B
Gold, Vulcanite anil all bases. Nitrons Oxide or
Laughing Gas administered for painless e_trac-
tion of teeth. "-"--.■ ■■ ml4-li_
I. G. SHAW,
, T ATE OF LIGHT _ SHAW), ■juiihijl
V Li Dentist. Office and residence ESg_\_]i&&
over Tuft's Drug store, corner 'i rrl-5;
Tenth snd .1 street-, office hours: ■—■J-L—.J'
9 a.'m. to 5 P.M. Sundays. 10 to 12. iiii:'.-lm*'
REMOVED.
FF. TEBBETS, DENTIST. TO 91 .«rsj_-"--
. Sixth street, between I x,.: J.-*v*?w^
west side., opposite Congregation *•-•____ : -
Church. m5-tf
_ Mif ii in f i iiiri-_rTWW______wwH_a_w — — w ■■■ — ■mn
___T. x_. ____o^_ ! _7 _ __a,
REAL ESTATE AND FIRE IHSURAHCE
_£_.<_-:_„
No. 1007 Fourth st., Sacramento, Cal.
nii.*i-iptf
Xx. _______.3____M____!Xt
>'o, «'2O ,1 STREET, SACRAMENTO,
i •— — AGENT FOP. . " _ _____• .1 a.
CHICKEI.II.G_. SONS' PIAKOSJffwJ
Wilcox & Whits Organs !
43- Just received a New 'Stock 'of A<-
COBDEO.-f.S, _>A__HO-lOA_, etc., em-
bracing all the latest styles.
Country order? promptly and carefully at-
teudeil to. at to wrest prices. tub tf
VINEYARD RINK SKATES.
A -■•'. A. C. AND =. C. <';/•'• 3
±\. Skate: Agents for the Star-** -/ Oa
Kink and Club Kb ate--, send lor ---J___r' '-—
Catalogue. WIESTER „ Co.. 17^ '-CSS
New Montgomery .-:.• '. San I*-**^1 *-**^ Hi 7
F*r_nc_Ko, Cal. mXS-plm
ffAXrEP— LOST— FOU--P.
_N___>— OKi.A-1.--T AND SINGER TO
W travel. Apply at once, 809 X street, Siic-
ramento. . ■■:. *"'-' ; _**
WANTKD- TO PO COOKING AND
housework in small family; reference re-
.juireii. Apply 62t O street. __!■_;
r ANTED— A aST-C-ASS GKKMAN GIRL,
W lately fiom the East, desires chamber
work or waiting; has the highest references.
Ca_ at 122 Tenth street. ___*?_*
WANTED.
i COLORED MAN AND WIFE FOB A
_-\. ranch, SCO, and fare paid; also, a lain* to
run a mower ami header, wages Rood; 'J waiters,
s3O; also, - men to milk, -■■■'-■ also, - m d to A.-.)-,
men for brick yards; a man cook; a -.nan for a
hop ranch, Female— B girls lur housework,
ci y, Sl- to ?— >; also, in girls for the countryto
do housework, Sis to 130; a good waitress, S_) to
£25: also, girls for various other work. Apply to
HOUSTON ■- CO., Employment o_lce. Fourth
audiCs'-vcLs. Sacramento. mIS-lptf
pm . _._■ — <— .— im — wn—n— _ —1 1 i ■_i ■ m
__^I3>s"_E__.___2"__^____ ! , _
A Iteiaaiirkialile Cure of a Horse.
In the foil of 1883 1 had a valuable horse taken
with the pinkeye, resulting in blood poison.
After nine months of doctoring with all the
remedies to be found in horse books, 1 despaired
of a cure. Bis right hind leg was as large as a
man's body, and had on it over forty running
son-.-. Ho was a most pitiable looking object.
At last 1 thought oi Swift's Specific, and com-
menced to use it. ! used flftecn bottles. In Au-
gust last all symptoms of the disease disap-
peared. There have been no signs of a return,
and the horse has done a mules work on my
farm ever since.
■Lull's L. Plemixc, Augusta, Ga.
January 9, 1885.
Swift's Specific i.s entirely Vegetable. Treatise
on Blood and skin Diseases mailed free.
The Swift Specific! '.>.. Drawer:', Atlanta, Ga.,
or 159 W. _*'.d st., New York. lcs-ly„\vly
A Skin ot Beauty is a Joy Forever!
DR. T. FELIX COURAUD'S
Oriental Cream, or Magical Bfiantifier.
___ ___**__ Removes Tan Pim-
___| /^_-__v pics. Freckles, oil)
l^-D 3 . .Si***., patches. Hash ami
r-_ 8=- .siS-lpT© * ; - :ip diseases, and
_ = _!-;._ '*""--" ->, * /-fe e^eryl
<■___ £X fen lias
z-jaX' ' *>_ ?>"! stood llie test ot
/* ■•' X? *_ __/(hi't\ years,
em (
_c VTS; -_•"*" - '■ „ •• lis., v.c !«-;•■ :;
txo^€M^ZlJ- I 'M'^tiou is
r^^^'isf'^fS-'--.. '■*£. I.»"»p-Tly m—le.
Sc;:>: ' ! i/,^9-'f??fi--f\r.'_'v - *-'._.' -c 0 cp t no
_^y.VvKV^>- v -i^f;>'L%_' -'v •i> count ti —i-H ol
: ________! — i.a_-_. '•.--■- _ simdar ; awe.
Ti:e d''.ti!'-*i'-'.ci' l': L. A .."-'■ said to r. lady
of-the haul ' ■ (a pa'icnt): " -1* -,''" '«''■''■'' "•"•■'
use than,' I recommend ■■'■ • x.. Cream' us Ult
least harmful of a!l L'te Skin preparations.". Oce
bottle will last si . months. Using it every day.
Also, Po idr« Subtile moves superfluous hair
without injury to the skin.
Jl>iE. M. "15. T. GOUKAUD, Sole Prop., IS ilond
street. New York.
For sale hv all Drm-.'i-.ts and Fancy Goods
Dealers throughout the United States, Canada?
a _ Europe.
49- Beware of base imitations. Sl.OOOEeward
for arrest and proof of any oneselling the same.
_ i_l CuiMW- —wlveow
!_^___^x_«__i_Eiz__i_
IS ONLY RADICALLY CURED. WITHOUT
injury to the stomach ana the vi hole system,
i with ELEC'i'RM-HOMir.OI'ATIIY. which oilers
at same time an efiicienl preventive for Fever
and other enidemic diseases. Send '-•""■ cents,
and you will receive a vial of Preventive
il'ills:"or. -ii for the Malaria Cure. DR. T.
BERNOULLI. No. 90« Market stre t.San Fran-
cisco, Sole Representative " ; E_ectro-Uoma*-
opatliy. m2O-IpImMWF
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fOLi. .- '... ■- -.■ .■ *-T",.i .nn..— .W— A 1 \ '.. V
Price withKxtraOualltvllladc, \ J
•_ i co. pacil'k: SAW MF'G. \,\ X
CO., No-. 17 am! 19 Fremont \_i
street, S:in Fr__Gi— CO. „ v\.
Hr-i-l-tn-'M'.V V
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4^_^^^i^o.Xu__^o^\ Incubators.
f^i___^ T -XA ."_. . -_. -s^S^lr h" r v ( fu up.
•lBR:li-^-^.:''«*S_Wl ; !_a? J.*!'''- '1 I'l'-dtry
Jfe"i__l?-__^,;*!_-_^i;^S aW2 nd __.KK -■-
w^b^ ___l' r ________? _J I i* send for cir-
G W-Sf ! " n_Ti7-- Mcular. Kill
mji THE MODEL. \ Wfl J Broad wa y,
a^-_-J self -regulating, _f_] B Oakland, Cal.
4j k; liable. t *-TJ _ mrl;'lp3mM
* -VJ SIMPLE. B *• VVF
THE " HOMEJEEKER."
ITIIVE TUOi'SAND COPIES OF THE
IJIIVE THOUSAND were v lll,li?ll c<l I ill!
* -HOME SEEKER" were publishi ■! last
month and placed in the hands of those coming
into the Slate in search <:'' homes Onr agent at
Ogden goes into the- cars at 1 places a copy in
the hands of each head of ifamiiv and single
person. The " HOME SEEKER "" is the best
advertising medium ever offered to those who
wish to extend their business to new settlers.
To hotel men and real estate agents it is invalu-
able. An advertisement in an ordinary publi-
cation, promiscuously distributed, does not meet
with more than one customer out of every hun-
dred people which it teaches. The "HOME
SEEKER Is distributed only to those who are
coming here with a desire of buying immedi- !
ately. Not .- single copy is wasted. We have
received _ solid support fiom the business com-
munity of the northern hall of the State. The
continuous publication of the "HOMESEEKER',
is an assured fact. More land can be sold by an
advertisement with us than any oilier way
known. We shallmakethe "HOMESEBKKfi"
subserve the best interests of the northern
half of the State, it is issued to promote immi-
gration and to locate the settlers in the northern
counties. We ask the support of the business
risen of tiiat region which we are laboring to
build up. Our work is- important to every
branch of business. If yon want to help your-
selves, help us " iipT-tf
HEW YORK STATE!
j
; . :■
The •' Evening Jot— __ ■.".."print-
ed at Albany, the capita! of the
State of New York, i>ibe best ad-
vertising medium in the State,
and ii.. best dai newspaper.
Its Wecklvedit'on isthe leading
weekly in New York, and is - di
forSl a year to any part i f the
country, postage free Every
subscriber to the Weekly also
receives gratttitouHy a copy for
one year of the monthly maga-
zine "Good Cheer." The -.
W_E-LV Joubsali is sent tor :J
a year, and with it is senl ft nf
charge fur one year, the fioi- ]
hold magazine, " Good Cheer," '
and the laimer's monthly, " our
Country Home." Si nd for speci-
men copy.
W. J. ARKELC. President,
Albany, N. Y.
ml 6 ipti
___:cO__t__!_-____'_r ? _=«
ill PAT i Wu
ALL UULLJuiI
FLOUR MILL j
Still -_-_3.Q__C__
OWING TO Till.! it PAST SUCCESS. C.
MCCREARY & CO. have recently added
AIL the new and latest Roller Machinery for
improving their grade of ROLLER -LOUR.
They now guarantee to furnish the Trade the
WHITEST AND BEST HOLLER FLOUR IN
THE STATE _ mU-ptf
HALL'S ,
oAndArAItILLA
Cures all Diseases originating* from |
a disordered state of the BLOOD or ]
LIVES. Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Boils, Blotches, Pimples, Scrofula,
Tumors, Salt Rheum and Mercurial
Pains readily yield to its purifying
properties. It leaves the Blood pure,
the Liver and Kidneys healthy and
the Complexion bright and clear.
J. R. CATES & CO. Proprietors,
4.7 Sanson*.. St. San Francisco.
STAGE ROBBERY.
A Load ofTo_emtt_ Tourists Halted ami
'• Looted."
The Yosemite stage that left Madera on
Friday morning was stopped and robbed
by two highwaymen, ten miles west of
Clark's station, later in the day. The coun
try about Clark's is heavily wooded, and
affords almost a perfect ambush for rob
bers. There were ten passenger: and a
driver on the stage. As the stage approached
the most secluded point on the whole way.
with large trees on both sides of the read.
two masked men. with their cli thing
turned inside out, jumped from tbeir hid
ing place, and. "in- covering the driver with
a shotgun and the other presenting the
muzzle of a weapon to the passengers, or
dered the driver to stop. Obedience .was
instant. While one of the robbers stood at
a short distance, with bis gun c » '-.< i. the
other lifted Wells, Fargo ,V C-.'s treasure-:
box from the vehicle, and then leisurely
helped himself to the valuables, jewelry
and money that the tourists had. li. took
the rings from the ears of the ladies and.
the watches and bains from the
pockets of the gentlemen, and the
money from the purses of all the
party." When he hail thus rilled the
stage, he spoke to the driver, calling him by
name, and told him to whip up the horses.
Th two men disappeared in the woods.
When the passengers recovered from their
fright they took stock of their loss, It is
said that $1,300 had been taken from the
purses, besides the jewelry. The contents
of Wells, Fargo at Co.'s box did not repay
the robbers, for it did hot contain much
money. The following are the names of
the tourists on th stage: W. 11. Waite and
wife, of Providence, I!. L; Mr. Chance and
wife, members of Raymond's excursion:
C.C. Wheeler, .Mr. Harris, said to be of
Los Angeles; and \\". Duncan, with a party
of four. A reward of $1,200 has been
offered for the capture of the highwaymen,
and four Sheriffs, with posses, are in pur
suit, It is thought impossible for the rob
, bers to escape, as the [dace where the crime
was committed is one of th loneliest tin
neighboring country, and a straggler or
suspicious person would be closely scruti
nized. 'he manager of the stage line
thinks that persons who go into the valley
now will be perfectly sale, aa the country
will be scoured for suspicious-looking
characters, and extraordinary diligence will
lie maintained to protect the tourists.
■ ■ ►_-
SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS.
____________
The ex-resiilents of JCevatla county held
their eighth annual reunion ..• Alameda
Saturday. Accompanied I>y their families
they numbered about 200.
The term of office of License Collector
Fogarty expires July Ist,' and interest has
already been awakened in regard to the
successor of the [.resent incumbent, The
contest for the place promises to be very
interesting.
rhe ship !'■'!•■!■;> irongli, which arrived
Saturday from Newcastle, X. i?. W., reports
that on March _'Jd, - trhi ■■ working on the
forecastle head, J. McDougall, a seaman; -..
native of Santa Cruz, West Indies, was
washed overboard, and, although every
effort was made to save him, he was never
seen again. j
Mark B. Carr, of the United States ilcv
logical Survey, has arrived from Washing- j
ton, and will - '! into camp with twenty; !
eight men near Ited Bluff. He will survey j
Northern California until late in the fall.
I>r. Decker will go to Steamboat Springs,
Nevada* about June 1-. and afterwards to
New Almaden.
A large mortality is reported by the
Health .Department for the week ending j
the '__d of May. viz., 12:;. Of these <;** were
males and ">"> females. Caucasians, 10) ;
Mongolians, 10; Africans, .'!. Native; of
the Pacific coast, <'■''■ of other States, IS; of
foreign countries, 41. and the nativity of 1
decedents were unknown.
The Young Men's Christian Association
has issued a circular calling the attention
of young nun to the benefits and priv
ileges offered by the institution, especially
through the summer .months; also a pro
gramme giving dates and hours of,_*cet
ings. social gatherings for young men.
athletic exhibitions, rambling club, etc.
The annual picnic if the British Benevo
li nt Society at Fairfax I'ark, Saturday.
; drew a larger number of visitors than at .
any of theif preceding excursions, One of
California, sample Que weather days en
hanced the enjoyment of. tl c merry Brit- i
on; . The most perfect order prevailed,
and nothing occurred to mar the day's
enjoyment ::i the least.
Since the lst of January the California
Immigration Association has received from j
colonies and numerous families who wish
i" come to this State an I take up land over
100 applications for large tracts. Several
of the colonies have already conic to Cali
fornia and arc now comfortably settled, and
negotiations are now under way for the
purchase of lands for other parties.
Up to and including Wednesday 2,005
r tail liquor dealers obtained a renewal of
the Internal Revenue licenses this year
against 2,074 the corresponding day last
year, a decrease of *'•'.). Licenses to tobacco
dealers were issued Wednesday tothe num
ber of 2,503, when a- up to the same day
last year 2,677 licenses had been issued to
the tobacco trade, an increase of .S-l this
yea:'.
The State Board of Examiners ha -
refused to allow the demand presented by
the city and county of >;.;. Francisco for I
$3-1,000 of the State fund for the support!
and maintenance of aged and indigent
persons, which money is collected under
the provisions of an Act of the ■' nine, •
approved March IS, l.ss.'J. Tin grounds ol I
the refusal to audit the demand were thai I
the Superintendent of the Almshouse had .
not confined the institution to aged and !
indigent people, but has allowed large ,
numbers of persons admission to the place, |
thus making the Almshouse a general
retreat instead of one intended by the pro- (
visions of ii.-' above Act.
Some time since a white man introduced
the American game of poker in the Chinese
quarter, and in a short time he bad nearly
one-fourth of the Chinese population trying
in understand the difference between a
straight (lush and ace high. Recently,an
other white man opened a poolroom in 1
that quarter, and this at first was patron- !
ized by a few heathens who wanted to j
learn the mysteries of pin-pool. In a i
short time th Chinese took to the game j
lii; 6 a duck to water, and the place was j
crowded nightly. A few days since an- !
other place of this kind was opened and j
three tables are insufficient to accontu j
<:;.'< the patrons of the game. :
PASSENGERS FROM THE EAST.
Peom -•■ v. (Utah), May 23d.— The fol
lowing overland passengers passed here
to-d.-y, to arrive in Sacramento May 25th .
Ralph Brown and wife, 1.. F. Graham, Ih ■
Aimee Company; A--:-. York : Mrs. Uay.
Miss Glyde, S. Gump, R. Fen khan San
Francisco'; R. 1.. Wood, Brooklyn, X. V.
H. J. Thompson; K. P. Lull. IT. S. X.: F.
Stone, Santiago; W. L). Wagar. ii 'in.: W.
L. .Stover and family, Mont—tiu; Hattie
Hubbs, Idaho; 11. 1.. Graham, Jla-.aehu
setts ; F. A. Johnson, Denver. j
Promostor-v (Utah), May 21 th — The fol
lowing overland passengers passed here
to-day to arrive in Sacramento May 20th: j
M. I. Gctchell; Pennsylvania; G. Clapp;
Massachusetts : < '. D. Irwin, Dr. P. R. Day;
Chicago; J. D. Irish, Oakland; P. A.
Scowdcn. Dakota; W. Greene, Louisville;
B Barm ■!:. Los Angeles: P. 11. Wells.
Boston;? H. G. Fields, Philadelphia; C.
Hesse. Butte; K. Madden, Liverpool; J.
Hi Graham ami wife, Florida ; J. C. Kohen, !
Switzerland ; .1. K. Shaw, J. C. Harlow,
Mr. Revmers, Helena; B.J. Dunn, Butte;
G. H. Green well, Ogden; N. Colgan. J.T.
Miles. Boston: J. Lane, Ontario : .1.
Keenan. Now York; W. F. B. Wickey,
Butte; X. J. Arnold and wife, Canada ; J.
Wanx, Ohio: Mrs. 11. Sullivan, Colorado;
H. Hudson, Maryland.
Ni-whai.i.. May 2_th .— ■ The following
overland passengers passed Newhall May
tih. to arrive in San Francisco .May 25th:
David Prouty, Spencer, Mass.: a. C. Baul
sell. Sau Francisco; B. Waters, San Ber
nardino; Miss Eva M. Grissim, John D.
Orissim, Georgetown, D. C; Emilia D.
Wood, Emilia Ain-a, Guavmas, Mexico; B.
Anthony, Plymouth; J. Endres, W. H. ii.
Hart, Mrs. 1. I). Conro, C. Meycrstein, Joe
Meyersti in, San Francisco; '.' C. Harding,
Boston; S. li. Davis, San Francisco; H.
Banning, Wilmington; 0. 1!. Bosworth, El
Paso; . '. M. Grunt Stockton; George
Hinds, Wilmington; "George 11. Swasey,
Mrs. _'. Sullivan, Los Angeles; Mrs. J. W.
Murphy, Globe; H. A. Bent, Chihuahua,
Mexico.
WHOLE IN'O. 10,637.
PACIFIC COAST ITEMS.
A. new heal has just been complete-/
at Chico.
A large panther was recently seen near
Eureka, i ..:
Work on the Los Angeles cable road is
progressing favorably.
The .Etna quicksilver mines i;. Napa,
county liave shut down;
Salmon trout arc plentiful in the Tuo
htmnc river near Modestd.
Xapa is to be illuminated with tbe elec
tric lignt by the Ist of July.
Caterpillars arc des .troving tho fruit tit-**
at Olympia and :.t;i,.. W. I.
The Seventh-day Adventists are holding
a revival meeting in Virginia, Nev.
A. company has been formed at Port
Moody. 1.. C. for utilizing seagulls' feath
-
The Holiness Band has erected a tent
and inaugurated active operations in
Fresnoi
It is estimated thai there are over 700,001)
cattle in New Mexico, valued at more than
Eight sealing schooners hailing from
Seattle have sccurcil 3.2C0 sealskins so far
this season.
Charges have been made against Chief of
Police Woolery, of -„,'. and are under
investigation. AXyXXXy
The Tucson ;.\. T.) sin,- says that there
arc 40. cattle bands in Pima county, owned
by 3— l persons.
A new town, <>' be known as Straltou
ville, is being laid out in Lake county,
ar M iddlcto\*
The Mariposa Herald says that on i livo
marriage licenses have been issued by the
County Clerk this ear.
live persons have been arrested at Ne
vada City, accused of complicity in a re
cent burglary at that place,
The Board of Supervisors of Tuolumne
county have appointed Joseph Fitzgerald
to the otlice of County Clerk!
The roads between Salt I„ike City and
• be Snake river country arc said to be lined
with the wagons of immigrant..
In the vicinity of the new settlement of
Alkali; Or.; stock-buyers have lately ex
pended over 57 '.''•■ I for beef cattle.
San Joaquin ainty lias brought suit
against tbe city of Stockton to quiet title to'
the Court-house square in Stockton!
At the Pacific mills near fell . Santa
Cruz, county. _>■ 000 feet of lumber a day _l •
being cut, and forty men are employed.
Weather at White Pine, Nevada, on the
16th inst., was made up of bail, snow, sleet
and tain, which fell seriatim, so to speak.
Ciattns for over $30,000 for Indian depre
dations had been tiled with tin' Commis
sioners at Carson, Nev., up to Friday last.
The Visalia (Tulare count) Tivws says
that a strange and very fatal disease is
prevalent among the hogs in that district.
The tin mine excitement in Ante!
valley, Nevada, is increasing. Tin ledge is
from to 100 feet wide and of unknown
length.
The Nevada State Capitol building was
j insured last week tor $90,000, the State Li
| bran foi $25,000, and the furniture for
§10,000
A parly ot" about fifty Quakers will come
to California in November from the East.
li;. v have not yet determined where in the
I State they will locate.
The Santa Barbara ■■■■'■' -a;, that the
assessment roll of that county will foot up
abont the same as las year — in the neigh
borhood of $3,000,000. }
A California lion killed and devoured a
fifty-pound dog in the mountains near
Sespe, Ventura county, recently The dog
belonged to J. C. til
Work began last week on llie now I vet
side canal; which will be less 'ii..... three
miles long, cemented and with a capacity
of 5.00-1 inches of water.
The Eureka (Nevada l Evening Leader,
has, alter an existence of eight years, closet
down until " a time when more substan
tial inducements are offered-'
I ere are at present 265 convicts at the
; State Penitentiary at Portland, Or. Twenty
of | them are for life. Twenty is of them
] are Chinamen and eight are Indians.
! -*_J_r_ on the California Southern Kail
road arc twenty miles beyond San Bernar
: (lino. Open cuts are being substituted for
the proposed tunnels in the Cajon pass-
Borers on the Dobbel oil ranch, above
" 'adero, have just completed one well,
having struck oil at a depth of 500 feel and
they an preparing to ink another near by-
The Mexicans of Bono) are excited over
the reported immigration of 100 Mormon
families into that State. Thej are willing
to encourage the coming of Chinese, hut
draw the line at Mormons.
Large herds of sheep are being grazed in
tbe vicinity of Hound Mountain, near Crass
Valley, :'..'. i doing great damage to the
ranches. The herders have been notified
to move on with their sheep.
According to the census recently taken up
by^the Count* Assessor, Portland, Or., has
a population of 21 ,633, with 1,000 Chin
and 7.773 voters East Portland has a pop
ulation ofJ/331 ; Albina, 1,025.
Fourteen women are employed at gather
ing the crop of a cherry orchard^ near
Suscol, Napa county. They earn $1 a day
inch and their beard, while Chinamen
look sadly over the fern at them.
In the Superior Court at Santa Cruz,
Thursday; a woman aged 100 years made
application to iiuvc a homestead set apart
to her lrom her A. -I i;:.!' estate, and her
son, aged 65, contested the motion.
An artesian well that is I", ing .-.;; on
Mrs. A. .1. Pope's place, near St. Helena,
lies been carried down 1!) feet without
striking water. A portion of } , »- work was\^
through rock, all lost as hard as lltnt. -i\-
The Truckee Republican says the Truckee^
Lumber Company are logging at an alti
tude of 7,500 feet,* near iii,- headwaters of
the rraekee. It is believed that this is the
loftiest logging yet done on the Sierra Ne
vada mountains, or in America; for tiiat
matter.
San Diego bos the champion heavy
weight family on this coast. 1. L. Palmer,
who is employed in surveying for the Cali
fornia PactOcv with his father and brother,
aggregate 736 pounds in weight. The
younger son weighs 306, the elder 220 and
the father _ '- pounds.
The skeleton of a man was found on the
loth inst. near Willioit Springs, at Molalla.
Oregon, and near by a silver watch, some
money and a police whistle. The remains
are supposed to be those of a Salem saloon
keep who jumped from a wind of tho
hotel at ; ; .i springs six years ago.
The Salt Lake Herald says Colonel .7. C.
Little has returned to thai city from Sou
ra, Mexico, where he has recently entered
into a copartnership with Sam Brannan for
the purpose of colonizing 200,000 acres of
land, which was given to Brannan by the
Mexican Government for colonization pur
posi '-.
Piety Hill mine, Nevada, is operated by
a company composed of citizens of Troy,
New YorKj and is worked entirely on a
spiritual basis, or by the direction of spirit
bums. In six years the) have sunk a
shrift 500 feet, with such poor results and
prospects that they are ginning to lose
faith in the spirits.
Calico has a dog named Jack that is an
expert mail-carrier. At about 9 o'clock
every morning he receives the Bismarck
mail, and immediately sets out on his
journey to the Postoffice at '.iii". nearly
two miles distant. Arriving at the oflice
be is relieved of his burden, and become
bis own boss until -1:30 v. M., or time to
return with the incoming mail.
Much excitement has been- caused in
British Columbia by an order in council
from Ottawa raising the price of railwny
lands to $2 50 an aero, and increasing the
i page and other duties on timber to ail
extent that will destroy the lumber trade of
the Province. At a public meeting held at
New Westminster denunciatory resolutions;
were passed, one of the speakers advocating
secession.
One of the advertising circulars, which -
Mr. Blancbard threw from his balloon on
his ascent from San Jose, caught the eye of,
a little girl of that city, who out of curios
ity watched to see where it would light. It
fell on a pile of lumber near tin- Santa
Clam Vallcv Lumber Company's mill. She.
climbed after it. and on nicking it up found
immediately under it a silver watch, which
had been stolen two weeks previous fron*.
J. It. Hall, an employe of the mill.

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