THURSDAY---^. —■ ...JIIEY i). 1885
All Observations Taken on the "sth Meri
dian (Eastern) Time.
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Sacramento. July 8, 1885. (
11 p. K. (Eastern time), 75th meridian ; SP. si.
(Pacific time), 120 th meridian.
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Eoseburg. 129.90 —.16 —10 N. 6 Fair '
Mendocn 29.98 +.05'5S +1 | S. lt I Cloud
Red Bluff. 29.82 —.03,78—8 S. 17 Clear
BactmntoJ29.9l +.0163—1 S. 16 .....Clear
B. Fran 80.00 +.0160 0 W. 10 Cloud
Keeler 26.23 +.0180—4 5.E.10 clear I
8.1- Obis- 29.76 +.01 62 +0 W. >'■ -Cloud I
L. Angels. +.03 63— 2 S. 7 ! Clear I
c. Diego- 30.03 +.04 66 0 S.W. lt Cloud,
Maximum temperature, 75.0: minimum, 58.8. :
JAMES A, BARWICK,
Sergeant, Signal Corps, U. 8. A.
W. C. T. I., this afternoon.
Donation to the Howards.
Court Sacramento, to night. . - '-.
Friendship Council, to-night.
Killip „ Co.— Thoroughbreds. July 16th. i
Weinstock & Lubin— Fans.
Hale Bros. & Co. — K3d Gloves.
Red House — Special •sale.-.
Sherritt House, Truckee.
Barn to Kent. : 7. ':■ T:
Wanted— Situation by a German Girl.
To Let— House of -ix Rooms.
Wanted— Help at Capital racking Company.
Hobby. Smith & Youug— Pottery, etc.
Br. B. F. I'endery.
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Disposing of the Debris.— A gentle
man who came down from Cherokee Flat
yesterday was speaking of the manner in
which the Spring Valley Hydraulic Gold
Mining Company, of ibat " place, Louis
Glass, Superintendent, disposes of their
debris. The**e arc two restraining dams
within about six miles of the mine, which
hold the heavier portion of the debris, and
tin* latter is then carried to a canal, 100
feet wide, which begins near the Oroville
and Chico wagon road, and runs about
forty miles down into the tnles west of the
Marysville Buttes, where the company has
control of sixteen miles of tule land, upon
which the debris is emptied, none of it go
ing into the river. The canal crosses i lie
railroad between Nelson and Biggs stations.
It has cost the company in the neighbor
hood of 8700,000 to provide this system and
keep it in operation. Owing to "the width
of tin* canal the debris has not been carried
along as rapidly as desired, and much ex
pense .a- been incurred in keeping the
canal from filling up. To remedy this the
company lias had built a dredger of the
Menge patent, such as is now being used
by the Glasgow Reclamation Company,
near Stockton, and it will be ready to com
mence operations in a day or two. It will
lilt the earth out of the canal and place it
on the bank, thus deepening the canal ami
building levees at the same time. By this
system it is estimated that the debris can
be handled for two and a half cents per
yard, whereas heretofore it lias cost ahout
eighteen cents yor yard. The dredger will
operate east of the railroad track. If other
hydraulic panics took as much pains
to impound tiieir debris there probably
would not be the present complaint against
Sale of Thoroughbreds.- Killip & Co.,
live .-'". i; and gem auctioneers, an
nounce that the second annual sale of
thoroughbreds, the property of Theodore
Winters, will take place at 1 p. m. Thurs
day, July 16th; at the .-'aides of Charles H.
Shear, opposite the main, entrance to Agri
ct**.:ura! Park, in tbis city. Thisis tin*
-•ffbud annual sale of yearlings, the get of
Norfolk, Joe Hooker and Three < leers.
Among others oifcred for sale are full
brothers and sisters of the renowned racer
Alta, which won the Sheridan stakes at
Chicago, July ith. ami King of Norfolk,
which won tbe Kenwood stakes at thesame
place July Ist. Also, of Estill, Bonanza,
[chi Ban, Ed. Corrigan, Porter Ashe and
others noted fin the turf. The colls sold
at Mr. Winters' sale of 1884 have wonder
fully appreciated in value, all showing re
markable racing qualities. The yearlings
offered this year, eighteen in number, are
of superior size and form, and give promise
of surpassing even their illustrious ivla
fives. As tie* main stakes, both in the East
and in California, close on the Ist of Au
gust, purchasers Will have ample time to
make nominations, and there is not an
animal offered but that is worthy of being
named at home or abroad. The terms of
tin* salo are I ash, in gold coin ; or, at option
of purchaser, ninety days approved paper.
with interest at - per cent. Catalogues can
be secured on application at the ranch of
Killip «- Co., 116 Montgomery -tree;. San
Natural Ciriosities. — Messrs. Irwin
and Shaffer, brakemen on conductor Nor
den's train, on tin* Northern road, while
doing some switching at Arbuckle a few
days ago, saw ami captured a little swift,
which is quite a curiosity, because of its
having two tails, of nearly equal length
and size. A glance at the little creature
leads one to believe that in the economy of
nature only s.i much material is set apart
for a swift's tail, and if he desires to have
two tails in* must be content to have each
of half the usual size. The capturers of
the curiosity have left him at the drug
store on tbe southeast corner of Second ami
X streets, where he luxuriates in a vase
full of sand, in company with two tree
toads. Ho shows even more fondness than
tbo latter for burying himself in the sand
complete'y. In a case in the same window
are two chameleon lizard-, from Arizona,
which got upon a rock when the sun shines
in up 'ti them in the afternoon, and arc
then really handsome in their changing
The County's Revenue.— From thefig
ures of the County Auditor it is learned
thai the total amount paid into the general
hind of the county during the year ending
June 10th was $92,755 83; expended,' $83,
--202 34; balance carried over on tbe Ist of
July,*-8&45 3,855 50, which,' with the sur
plus from the year just closed, give- a bal
ance of $13,41 *•» 99 over all floating indebt
edness, which will lie carried on into the
fiscal year which commenced on tin* Ist
inst. Tbo total mint paid into the II"-
--pital fand was $34,195 20; balance on hand
July '.. 18S4, •$9,866 16; expended, $31,
--137 50. leaving $1 * 1..'.; <$_ to be carried
over into this fiscal year. The Auditor
estimates tbo revenue for the present fiscal
year at $96,653 73 tor lhe general fund, and
$42,367 (•'! for the Hospital fund. The
amount to be expended this month cannot
exceed, under the law, one-twelfth of those
Police Cot'RT.— -In tho Police Com yes
terday tin* case of B. N. Bugbey for disturb
ing the peace was dismissed Ed. McAllis
ter, accused of stealing some money lroni
11. A Slade. was discharged The case of
Sax McKenna, for vagrancy, was further
continued until to-morrow Mary Rob
erts" ease of vagrancy went over until this
morning The case of John Hilton, for
disturbing tbo peace, was continued indefi
nitely Chuck Wall, arrested for misde
mean was convicted and fined •>_ 50
Frank Chincher, for being drunk, was fined
>;.,. or ten days Josephine Macabo,
charged with exhibiting, forfeited her de
posit! Bob Wei cit was fined .'," for car
rying a concealed weapon Ned Brown,
arrested for having boon drunk, was dis
A Danoerous Character. — Last even
ing just after dusk, as a young lady was
walking up 0 street, a man commenced
following her. At Eleventh in* was so
close behind •hat -In* glanced back, and
was satisfied that he had intentions. She
sprang into the street and ran screaming
for help. The fellow, when he aw he was
foiled, turned down Eleventh street toward
I', sin* describes him a- being of medium
high* mustache, dark clothing, light over
coat, and small, .tiff hat.
Open-air Coxcebt.— The attendance at
ttie open-air concert at Capitol Park last
evening, owing to the dullness of the at
mosphere, was not as large as usual. The
music tarnished by the Artillery Band, C.
A. Neale, leader, was very line, and fre
The cheapest, clearest and best beer on
the market 'is the Fredricksburg expat
G.W. Chesley. sole agent. y'iy
THE NEW SCHOOL BUILDING.
An Outline of the Plan as Adopted by the City Board of Kducation.
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The above is an outline of the plan adopted by the City Hoard of Education for tin
new school building, to be located on the south side of P street, on the west side of
Tenth, and ing to the north. There will be ten class-rooms, live on the first floor,
which arc marked A in above cut, and the second story will be a duplicate, in general
plan, of the first floor. As will be seen by the outline, eight of the class-rooms (four on
each floor) are so arranged that each will be lighted from the front and one side, ami the
center rooms of both stories will receive light from front and both sides.
The size of the eastern structure will be 74 by 150 feet. The center class-room on
both first and second floor will be 28 by 40 feet, and the other eight class-rooms 28 by 34
feet. In rear of these is a main hall, extending the entire length of the building, "and
18 feet wide. The other rooms are : I). Principal's room, 18 by 22 feet ; (', library: l>,
cloak rooms, sby 6 feet ; E, lavatory ; O, teachers' closets: Y. exits, 0 feet wide: "H*,
rear porch, 12 feet wide ; X, inside stairs to second story ; XX, outside fire-escape from
The basemen! of the building will be 8 feet high, and the higbt of ceiling of both
first and second stories 10 feet in the clear. The building, while not elaborate in finish,
will present a good architectural appearance, and will possess every convenience for
teachers and scholars that can well be devised. it will undoubtedly be as good a build
ing for its purpose as there is upon the coast, and a credit to the Board of Education
and the city of Sacramento. It is the purpose of the Hoard to have it completed by the
opening of the school year, in October next.
Yesterday morning at .) o'clock the City
Trustees left in John Lafferty's wagon,
drawn by four fine horses, for a visit to the
Sanborn artesian and other wells east of
the city. They were accompanied by ex-
Senator Newton Booth, John 11. Carroll,
John McNeill, Josiah Johnson, W. M. Pc- i
trie and representatives of the city press, i
The object of the visit was to ascertain the :
quality and quantity of the water found in j
that neighborhood, it having been stated j
ilia; it was sufficient to supply the city. !
They drove out .1 street to the farm of j
1*". M. Pool, which is about one-half mile
northeast of Clark's pottery. Here were
found, on a small eminence, two bored
wells, fifty feet in depth. An old gray
horse, ridden by a little girl, worked, by
moans of what is called a " circular horse
power," two common lift pumps, each of
which threw a large stream of clear, cold
water. Tin* water thus obtained is suffi
cient to irrigate a fifty-acre tract of fruit
and vegetables. The water was very pala
table, and rising within ten feet ofthe sur
face, is easily pumped. On tbe adjoining
ranch east, the property of N. M. Reed, are
tbree wells, in depth 27, 40 and 60 feet. The
water rises to within 8 or 10 feet ofthe sur
face, am! is lifted by windmills. The water
on this place is very clear and palatable.
From the Peed place, the party proceeded
to the famous Sanborn artesian wells, tin*
property of Messrs. Young, Olsen and
Miller. These wells, two in number, are
at the head of Burns slough, where it i
crossed by the railroad track. They* are
flowing wells, the water rising some live
feel above tin* surface in pipes. This water
was analyzed some weeks ago by the State
Analyst, and pronounced perfectly pure.
All who tasted it said they could hot tell
the difference between it ami the famous
Blue Canyon water. At the artesian wells
tbe party were met by the proprietors of
the wells* and some practical well-borers,
and there was a general exchange of opin
ions and ideas. Tin; Trustees wore ap
parently satisfied with the quantity and
quality of the water, but thought
the price asked, £s2s,ooo, rather steep.
Mayor Brown said the pipe would cost at
least $5,000 per mile, ami he thought the
same body of water could be tapped a
mile nearer the city upon land not valued
so highly. After a long talk it was gener
ally conceded that the proper tiling for the
city authorities to do, would he to co to
the point most desirable for a location and
sink a well for prospecting purposes. If
the water is found, put pumping machin
ery on and tost the quantity. II tin* quan
tity and quality is found to be sufficient,
then to make a large astern around the
well, cement it up tightly, connect it with
the water works with a large underground
pipe and pump it direct from the cistern.
If the water can bo found in sufficient
quantities, this is a very feasible
plan. After viewing tin* artesian wells
the party proceeded to tlie County Hospi
tal. The well at that place is a ten
inch bore am! 120 feet in depth.
The water is clear and cold, and is
said to be quite pure. The water rises to
within ten feet, of the surface, and tin*
pumping of 10,000 gallons an hour doc- not
tower it in the least. It is raised with a
steam pump into a 20,000-gallon tank to a
hight of eighty feet, from which it is dis
tributed in pipe- throughout the buildings
and grounds. At tin* Williamson ranch,
just this side of the hospital, four lift
pumps are operated with a -mall engine,
which raises sonic 10,000 gallons of water
per day. or one-eighth of tin* requisite sup
ply of this city. This water is also clear,
cold, and according to analysis, pure.
A Miraculous Escape from Drowning.
A correspondent writing from Elk Grove,
under date of July Bth, say.-: Mrs. Louisa
Theabold, living on William Dixon's
ranch, four mile- north of Elk Grove, had
a very narrow escape from drowning on
Friday of last week. While looking at
some plants in her garden she happened to
turn around suddenly, when be noticed a
peculiar movement of a board over the
well. She, prompted by curiosity, threw
tbe board '." one side, and peering down •
in the well saw ber little hoy struggling in j
the water. She *.. not know what to do ;
to save him from drowning. Her husband t
was away with a header, and she was alone I
on the ranch, with the exception of her two ■
little girls and bor little three-year-old boy.
His little sisters called to him a- he was !
struggling in the water, swimming I
round and round, to c itch hold of the pipe j
to keep himself from sinking. This the i
little follow attempted but failed. His
mother, frantic, seeing that her little one!
must perish before her sight, jumped down
the well, a distance of twenty feel from the
top to the surface of the water, just in time
to rescue the boy from a watery grave, by
reaching for him an arm's length beneath
the water. What added to the distress still
more was the fact that the mother is both]
deaf and dumb, consequently could com-]
municate with her children only by signs, I
and hanging as she was to the pipe with J
one hand, the other arm supporting her;
half-drowned child, this was exceedingly J
difficult. The water in lhe well by actual]
measurement is nine feet. Alter reaching j
her boy she worked with him and did all j
she could in her perilous position to bring
him to. His mouth and eyes were
wide open, the latter staring, and
at first she thought he was
dead. Supporting herself by changing
to the pipe with the right hand and sup
porting her little boy with her left she
made her little girl understand to go to the
neighbors for help. This the little one did
immediately. The nearest neighbor, Mr.
Anthony Opley, lives three-quarters of a '
mile away. Hero the little girl met with a j
sore disappointment, as Mr. Opley was not
at home. Mrs. Opley asked the little girl
it her mother was still living, and when
site replied, " Yes, and Sent me here to call
you." Mrs. Opley told her to fly back and
cheer up her mother until help could j
come. Mrs. Opley then ran on to the next
ranch, Mr. StethVs. a quarter of a mile
distant. She found him and his son at
home. Both went to the rescue of the un
fortunate woman without delay. Whin
they arrived at the well they found that
the lady had been in the cold water for
upwards of an hour, was completely
chilled and could not have held out live
minute.- longer. I.v the use of a block and
tackle Mr. Stetler and his son soon
had the boy to th.* surface and next
his heroic mother. Both were nearly ex
hausted and thoroughly chilled. Mr! Stel
ter and bis son ar.* deserving of great credit
lor their prompt action. The little girl
only five years oid, went back to the well
as speedily . - possible, and in the deaf and
dumb language kept cheering her mother
by telling her that help was coming. The
mother say- it it had not been lor that
courage given her by her little girl she
would have drowned.
Clark it Co. arc having a rush. Sugars,
coliees and teas cheaper than any place
else. We sell at actual cost all kinds of
groceries, salt, tobacco, produce, etc. Give
us a call. Pay your old debts and purchase
for cost. We are bound to closo inside of
'JO days. "*. "y
The Capital Packing Company adver
tises employment for 200 women ami girls.
There arrived from the East yesterday a
car-load of machinery for the State's hook
The only arrest made yesterday was that
of Joseph Meyerhoffer, by ollicers Franks
and Rider, for being drunk.
John Sullivan, a prisoner whom Consta
ble McKenney of Elk Grove had in charge,
made his escape yesterday morning.
S. B. Ridgway, who was thrown irom a
buggy Tuesday afternoon and considerably
hurt, was able to he about last evening.
Eleven carloads of fruit and vegetables
wen; eastward from Sacramento yesterday,
and two more were added to the train at
Lafe Tomlin's whip and robe were stolen
from his cab, while the latter was standing
in front of a house on the Riverside road,
to which lie had taken a party Taesdav
County Assessor J. T. Griilitts yesterday
furnished the Board of Supervisors with
the military roll of the county, showing
that there are 4,323 men in the county sub
ject to military duty.
Enrico Biserdis, the deck-hand of the
steamer Modoc whose leg was broken on
the 24th of last month while he was assist
ing in unloading freight, was aide to be out
on crutches yesterday.
Tin* Board of Supervisors yesterday ap
pointed Thomas 11. Berkley as Clerk ofthe
Hoard of Equalization, at a salary of $125.
The balance ofthe session was spout in ex
amining bills presented.
The emigrant train did not arrive from
San Francisco until about two and a half
hours behind time yesterday morning,
owing to a freight car getting "off the track
at tin* ferry slip in San Francisco.
Another hunting party, consisting of
John (Cromer, Louis Hulsman, Charles
Frisi ii. Herman Hellman and John Hack
line, has started for Lake county, by pri
vate conveyance, to be gone two: or, three
Ed. Devon, a young man from the Co
sumncs. got on a spree in the city on Tues
day with an individual whose acquaintance
he made accidentally, and his drinking
culminated in bis going asleep in the Plaza.
When he awoke yesterday morning; he
found that he bad been relieved of bis
money, about $35:
Deputy Sheriff Wilson, of San Francisco,
transferred yesterday from San Quentin to
the State Prison at Folsom, a prisoner
named Jack Burke, who is under sentence
of five years for burglary committed in
Oakland. He is a stonecutter by trade, and
he will be given employment of tliat kind
at his new headquarters.
The Alta Baseball Club met last evening
and elected tin* following officers: T. F.
Gleason, Manager ; C. C. Robertson, Secre
tary; T. F. Meagher, Captain ; .1. M. Sulli
van, Assistant Captain ; Henry Treichk-r,
PropertymanJ Tin* third of the series of
games between the Altas and Unions will
be played at the Recreation Grounds next
In answer to Rev. Dr. Frost's appeal In
the last issue of the Recoed-Uniok on be
hall of the widowed mother of Robert Mor
ris, the boy whose legs were cut off by the
cars recently, the sum of $22 25 was left at
the counting-room of this paper yesterday
by charitable persons for her benefit. The
list will remain open to-day. A more de
serving charity can scarcely be imagined.
According to the Signal Service reports,
the highest temperature yesterday was from
1° to 15 0 less than the" day before. The
highest at Olympia yesterday was 77 ;
Spokane Falls,' 7o; Dayton, 79; Ft. Canby,
67; Portland, 79: Roseburg, 76; Cape
Mendocino, 64 ; Red Bluff, 86; Sacramento,
75; San Francisco, 67; Keeler, 94; San
Luis Obispo, 71 ; Los Angeles, 81, and San
Yesterday afternoon W. R. Barnes and
C. C. Carpenter were taking a ride in the
! formet's buggy, and ached the junction
j Of Twelfth ami Ii streets as the Sacramento
I and Piacerville train was coming into the
[city. Feeling confidence that his horse
J would not be frightened, Mr. Barnes drove
, up the incline and stopped near tin* track.
■ The engineer of the train about that time
whistled for crossings, when the horse be
lied bis good reputation by swinging side
ways, cramping the buggy, and then backed
it off the side of the" incline, everything
tumbling upside down. Fortunately
neither of the gentlemen received injury,
neither did llie horse, but ihe top of the
buggy was damaged and one of the wheels
Two young men of Woodland, with lady
companions, drove over to Sacramento last
Saturday to spend the Fourth, and enjoyed
their visit to the city exceedingly. Driving
home by moonlight, they were surprised at
the number of "striped cats" noticeable,
and. as they were amazingly tame, the
driver remarked that he would run over
the next that loitered in the roadway. The
opportunity was ion presented, and. true
to his word, the driver pressed lorward and
ran over the pretty little denizen of the
tule. The Woodland Democrat says that
none of I lie party have mentioned "the in
; cident freely, "but the silence of the gentle
i men, coupled with the (act that the car
\ riage is being disinfected in the hack yard
i of the stable, and the harness lias been
thrown into Ileanicr's slough, is pretty con
clusive evidence that the reflections over
the last half of the journey home are not
Two ranchmen,' residing a few miles be
low Sacramento and both well known in
I the city, spent the Fourth here, and next
j day went out for a walk, hoping the exer
; rise would enable them to "get over it" in
' good shape. Passing along I streei they
I came to a boiler shop, in front of which a
long iron smokestack — 60 or go feet in
> length was lying, One of them suggested
] that it would be a good thing to crawl into
I and get out of the way. The other bet
! liim $2 50 that he could not crawl through
I it, and the wager was excepted. The stack
■ proved to be one that had seen service, and
i was well lined with soot. The crawler
, entered upon his task, and tin* dust and
! soot soon compelled him to close his eves.
lie kept on moving, however, but about
; the time he thought ho had reached the
! outcome he found himself brought to a
j full stop, his progress being interfered with
; by two cross pieces so firmly fastened in
i the pipe that In- could not remove them,
j and nothing remained for him to do hut
I return crab-fashion to the end at which he
' had entered. When he reappeared, look
' ing like a chimney-sweep, his j friend had
• disappeared; and he hasn't seen him since.
j A Jobbing: House.— The firm of -lobby,
' Smith-- Young, -115 J street, this city, in
vite the attention of dealers to their exten
sive stock of pottery, china and glassware,
, crockery, sewer pipe, chimneys, fire brick,
'■ cement,* etc. They are also agents and
dealers in the celebrated Peoria pottery'
ware, of which they always carry a large
stock. ' ' »
City Licenses Now Due. — Pay on or be
fore the 15th and save ccst?. Procure your
'dog tags also.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
G. Polite went to the Bay yesterday after
Mrs. George Jefleris and children left yes
terday for Lathrop.
Quilio Valensin came to the city yester
day from Arno farm. i
James Seeley, a noted Australian oars- :
man, is visiting the city.
Mrs. M. D. Fairchild. of Rocklin, was
visiting in the city yesterday.
A. G. Smith and S. S. Beede left for San
Francisco yesterday morning.
Mrs. Clara Foltz is in the city, engaged
for a few days upon a literary work.
Misses Maria and Agnes Cassilis. of
Blacks, are visiting Sacramento friends.
J. G. Howell and Miss Joyce, of Oakland,
returned to that place yesterday from I.an
J. W. Coin, of Woodland, who has been
very ill, is again able to appear in the
Mrs. Walter Ticknor, mother and three
children, of Chico, passed through to Elko
X. P. Brown, of the Nevada Transcript,
passed through the city yesterday, en route
Robert Hector and wife, of Newcastle,
came down yesterday, on their way to Bart
T. E. J. Riley, of San Francisco, has been
spending a few days here, but left tor home
in the afternoon. • -4
Judge Wm. Henley • was married last
evening by Rev. H. H. Rice to Miss Annie
Meyers, of this city. 3-_|
Mrs. William Beckman and Mrs. Creed
I Haymond went down to San Francisco
Ed. M. Pitcher, a former resident of Sac
| ramento, who lias been living in Texas
some time, was here yesterday.
Miss Annie Brady of Red Bluff, and
Miss Clara Smyth, of Newcastle, arc guests
of Miss Maggie Connor, of this city.
Philip Siebenthaler, who went to Bartlett
Springs some weeks since in feeble health,
writes that he is very much improved.
J. W. Richmond and family are about to
visit the East, to spend a few months with
relatives and friends in Rochester, N. V.,
and other places.
United States Marshal M. M. Brew and
ex-Sheriff A. 11. Estill returned yesterday
from their trip to Butte county, Sir. Drew
went to San Francisco in the afternoon. ,
A. J. Wightman, of Marysville; Mrs.
McDermott and son, of Oroville; Mrs.
George F. Jones and Professor Kicke, Chi
co, went through to San Francisco yester
Arrivals at the Capital Hotel yesterday:
D. X. Hershey, Yolo; A. H. Estill, San
Francisco; L. B. Clarke, Sacramento
county; <;. E. .Ellis, Cloverdale; Bernard
Suttell, Santa Clara.
Russell Flint, Clarence Waterhonse and
George X. Mott left yesterday morning for
Strawberry Valley, where they will remain
two weeks, then go over to Tahoe and re
turn by way of Truckee:
Philip Herzog and family have returned
from a three months' visit to Modoc coun
ty. Charles, Ids son, brought back as token
of his ability in the art of limiting, a live
young antelope, captured while there.
In the city yesterday : G. A. Fitzinire,
Virginia City; C. B. Taylor, Los Angeles;
L.G.Green, Walnut Grove ; G. D.Connor,
James Nahelty, Vacaville; John Giveus,
Cosumnes; J. ('. Strickland. Oakland:
James Heron, Robert Heron, Woodland ;
J. Pender, J. S. Gay, Plymouth ; Thomas
Daley, Grizzly Flat; (ieorge McKee, La
guna; J. Sherite, Truckee; Sheriff Hunt
ley, Auburn ; Hon. D. X. Hershey, Yolo
county; Thomas Millar and Phillips,
orchardists of Marysville ;' Dr. O. Harvey,
Gait : John Young," Sheridan.
Didsi't Like His Looks. -An Eastern paper
remarks that Daniel W. Voorhees says he
appeared once in a lawsuit in which one of
the chief witnesses was the mother of Sen
ator Booth, of California. In his free and
easy way the Tall Sycamore asked harass
ing questions, but not the slightest atten- •
tion came from the lady. He became im
patient and snappy. Finally be demanded,
in his oratorial way, whether or not he
was going to be answered at all. Then,
with a smile, sin* turned to the lawyer of
her friends and asked, with seeming "inno
cence: "Must 1 really say anything to a
man who looks like that?" She pointed
to Voorhees and shuddered. .The counsel
advised her to be brave and answer the
questions of his Wabash friend. " Then
I'll do i; with my eyes shut," she said, and
Another Mail Wasted. — is. a
great deal of complaint among the business *
men of Woodland about the mail facilities .
that are afforded them. Except a closed
pouch for San Francisco, the morning
train fakes no mail, and consequently
those who have business with Sacramento,
Stockton. Vallejo, Beniciaor Oakland are
confined to the afternoon mail. The Mail 1
thinks a movement should be set on foot '
at once to remedy this, either by obtaining
the appointment of a postal agent on the
morning train, or having the closed stick
that is sent in the morning opened on the <
train after it leaves Davisville by the postal
agents on the train, and letters for other
points than San Francisco forwarded to
their proper destinations.
A Child's Pishing. Frank C. Byrne, a
5-year-old boy of this city, accompanied '
his mother, Mrs. Clara M. Byrne, on a sea :
voyage to Seattle, W. T., on the ship Top
Gallant. Mrs. Byrne being en route to visit
her brother, Frank W. Clayton, formerly of
this city. One day the • little boy was
amusing himself fishing for sea birds with
a strong hook and line, when he hooked a
big fish and became very much excited,
dancing for joy. Captain Wickbnry went
to the little fellow's assistance, and with a
spear dispatched the fish, which proved to
be a shark six feet long. Pretty good, catch
tor a 5-year-old !
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Filed July i"', 1885.
July ... 1883— John T. Carey to John E. Tade—
West ) *.f lot 7, I and J, Twenty-first and Twenty
July 6, Frank 11. and Sarah Wallace, to
Rosina Frey— South '..of lot 1. RandS, Eighth
mid Ninth streets. July fi, 1585.1
[Filed July G, 1885.1
.t'i*!** I. 1885— O. Harvey to C. W. liarvev— Lot
12, block 27, town of Gait ; 5662 50.
A cki.eb bated doctor says that "other
preparations as substitutes for Hunt's Kid
ney Remedy are worthless in comparison
A celebrated physician declares tiiat
" Hunt's Remedy will cure any case of kid
ney disease that can be cured."
* . . . —
The Shkbritt House. — This large and
commodious hotel in Truckee lias been re
fitted and opened to the public July Ist. It
will be conducted as a first-class liouse by
J. Sberritt, the proprietor. * *
Sacramento, June 22— By Justice C. N. Post-
I'm Costa to Enacie Enos.
Sacramento, lune 27— By Justice C. X. Tost, F.
Pissano to Paulina Bacigallup.
Sacramento, July I— By Justice ('. N. Post, W.
I. Black to Catherine Pierce, all of Capay,
Marysville. July 4— Michael P. McElrov to An-
nie B. Efkin.*
• Sonora. June 28— X. C. Ogden to Heloise Chal-
— _.■_ in .i ■in .■■■■wn i.n — ■ iii—imiii i i . !■!■! n_— .hi i ...
Bodie, Mono county, July s— Wife of James
Kvan, a daughter.
Mono county, July s Wife of James Sinnamon,
a daughter. .J; --■
Marvsville. July 5 — Earl Revere Mills, years,
8 months und 8 days.
Marysville, July 3— Julius Worms, Sl years.
■••_"_ -"-'Sf .*_ _m *-*_"_? %* -.-fir
Vi HVMf^J HI §
M |^-*^*^i^^^^^ l t^
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
*r*or«) Throat. *MT-.*lllnc«, Spruln*. BrnlM*, : V
lturnft, Sraldm Froat ISltca,
AND ALL IllllKK DODILY FAINS AND HUES.
Sold by Vr.ig^i-'.t*nA Dealer* everywhere. Fifty Cent*
a bottle. Dir.Tc.etislu 11 language*.
TIIE ft in an A. VOGELER CO.
> (Sco»» *• » ViutLil*. 4 CO.) BalUaor* ■_, I. 9. 1.
I____T ■■ ' "'■>' ' m^ , w'''^*^&™'%x*s^»*^*/P*'CS£etx;--***'i-..- .'.-*• - -..*■,,:._ ■-..
TO-MORROW— ,huli-size Horse Blankets,
slightly discolored, 65 cents. *
O J -J
."-■*■';.* ■ ■
f ~ Feather-faced Fans,
*-•: •■..-■.■••,...>.•-.■•.-••.*-.•-.■■/•.*■...•■ ::-:■■■■■ ■■;:■:£..!- -,:-:'
r- _1_ r j -r-
Feather- faced Fans,
™ 50, 75 cents and $1.
White Satin Painted
Fans, %7. to $7 50.
Elegant Silk Gauze
Fans, hand- painted.
tipped and Painted
Black Satin Fans,
' I I||l 1 $1 75 ' $2 s °' $3 "
Japanese Fans, 3, 5,
' 7 1-2, 10, 15 and 25
Silk Alpaca Coats and Vests, in black and fancy
Neat Percale Shirts, $1, $1 25,5! 40 to $1 90.
Gauze Underwear, 25 and 35 cents.
Boys' Brown Summer Coats, 50 cents.
■ ; * - r *_J
Straw, Canvas and Light Felt Hats.
Hammocks, $1 . Mexican Grass Hammocks, $2.
Children's and Misses' Light Striped Hose, 7 1-2
Cocoa and Rattan Door-mats, 50 cents up.
White Matting, 17 1-2 cents per yard.
Dress Shields, 10 cents.
•_-*-#«-.-*■,- ■I •' 1 1 1 i..i i J 1 i 1 i: 1 1 , ■_. _ 1 1 1 « ■ * I » » tii it ; %? i 1 stsiS-StJ?*.. J~ "i~~i
•*• ■' " ** * - •*•***>** '■*»*»»*»»'--**-l •• .^kf «*>Xt»-4J
: : Weinstock & Lubin, =
* m * ♦ . •> t-, -+***♦*»,• <- + -#» ***<*. t * # -r *. »■.♦*•.♦»_,- .
j*_ ji ♦•*♦■»[»'* ♦ * ♦'.<'»>'♦<'■«♦« ♦♦♦♦♦■»-t.y*»*y-y*»» _■ * » » _ *: * t»«
400, 402,404,400, K 5t., Sacramento.
S. A. WOLFE, Photographer,
SUTTER BUILDING, Cor. Fifth ami J sts.,
Agent and Demonstrator for the
Instantaneous Dry Plates!
F. T. JOHNSON. JOHN WEIL.
WEIL *& JOHNSON,
REAL ESTATE AMD INSURANCE AGENTS.
Collections Made, Loans Negotiated.
Orders for the Purchase, Pale and Management
of City and Country Property Solicited.
Best of Home and Foreign Insur-
ance Companies Represented.
Office— 403 .J street, Sacramento, Cal.
j J-;__f '■
f: \ \ Handkerchief,
I ■,- \
. .'.*-■*&■.■ *-. 1 I OH'-i
■Sffil -l*l,c Sat*!,.
' «*^S»i Beware of Counterfeit*
MURRAY _ LANMAN'S
The Universal Perfume.
FROM A PHYSICIAN.
Undv, Mono county, Ca1.,1
Gentlemen ; June— l, BS2. /
I have Bold WISTAIt'S BALSAM OF
WILD CHKItKY for twenty years on this
coast, and I consider it one of the best patent
medicines sold for Coughs, Colds and all affec-
tions of the Throat and Lungs. I keep a drug
store heie in connection with my practice.
Your.- respectfully, R. C. Gl'll'.ADO, M. D.
I will state with pleasure that during the time
I have been in the drug business I have sold
many kinds of patent medicines, the most of
which have (alien into oblivion as soon as the
advertisements were suppressed. It is not so
with I>U. WISTAIt'-i IiILSAM OK WILD
CHERRY, which hns kept its own advertising
by its standing medicinal virtues. 1 have sold
it" in this city for over twenty-two years.
San Francisco, June 21, issz
None genuine unless signed "I. BUTTS" on
the wrapper. lyMTh&wly
*%^ ; RED CLOVER.
\__« ■'.",-. >**-i-'i Neeoium's Run Clo-
BsSßk "'•■■>j»'V'*/ : ' •- vr * n Dlos.so.iis. and ex-
_Kjp ii „7^7y?~yt'Ti li acts prepared fiom the
_j9^fBfcxA2 r ____.y blossoms, cure Cancer,
_%"**<**-—^^sv%^- ' <:! 1 1 Rheum *' i: "' all ( '' "
Iw6'-?_&*S-^ ! >Sa ''■'■"' :S arising fr"man im-
■flr /_lw'***^%s ""A Pnra state rf th» blood;
w s& ->**. -i"*' '"" '■'mi the com-
V mr »J- !_l^-: plexion of all pimples
and eruptions; is a sure cure for Constipation,
Piles and many other diseases. Doth laxative
and tonic, Needham's Ped over cures after
everything else foils. For lurther particulars,
testimonials of cure. etc.. address
A. C. TUFTS, Druggist,
Corner Tenth and .J streets, Sacramento,
jyg-gptf GENERAL -GENT.
AT A RE-TJLARMEKTIKG OF THE BOARD
of Directors of the Sacramento ililnk, held
.miy 7, IMS.',, a DIVIDEND was declared for the
term ending June ! 0, 1885, At the rate of Three
Seventy-five Per Cent, per annum ou Ordinary
i Deposits, aud Five Per Cent, ne* annum on
; Term Hep.*-::.- and paid UP Capital Stock, and
! payable on and after JULY 7. l>K>.
' |yB-6t_ _ ED. K. HAMILTON, C-shicr.
;^__l S S hS OINTMENT
Ki— _ *V— i __■ _JI ■ is a ;'"'"*■".'. turn cur-.
gp " **"""■ ■*■ ■ SYMPTOMS are
_! ITnilllin nil rr* •Mo'»tn«'. i,<!!,i , "*»
__ ITCHING PILES _• •"*"">*'*■■ ■"•-■■ m
•**■ uaj___J__l '*'•'•'' plo ' : *-" ' ■!■' -' ; "
A. J. JOHNSTON. P.. W. LEWIS.
LEWIS & JOHNSTON,
No. 410 J STREET,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS,
ST, JOSEPH'S ACADEMY,
Boardingand Day School for Young
CONDUCTED BY THE SISTERS OF MERCY.
(Payment invariably in advance
Entrance fee .....:' ." so 00
Hoard and Tuition (per quarter) 00 00
Washing io 00
«»**Music (Vocal ami Instrumental). Drawing,
Painting and Private Elocution Lessons, form
Studies will be Resumed July -Oth.
No. lG'ir, Telegraph Aye., Oakland, Cal.
(Formerly Sacramento Seminary).
THE NEXT TERM BEGINS
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST .',, 18S5.
MRS. HERMOS PERRY, 1 „-,„„, c
KATE M. FULLER, ' Principals.
SACRAMENTO PLANING MILL'^-^'
______ - jy. i pv"|' ! '*-* i_
MAmiFACTTJRERS OF DOORS, ?J I ' 'iVIvV
IVJ Windows, Blinds, Moldings. _J_?i%'/
Finish Door and Window Frames. \.T/,_
Brackets and Taming Stair Work C'*w !*_*___
a Specialty. ' /jjU
*»- Corner Front and Q streets. a£____"
Sacramento. I -- -■=- - I
HAKTWEIX, HOTCHKISS i. ijX_-.KJ._C.
n_S-I plm -y
J. C. DEVINE
HA- REMOVED HIS GRANITE AND MAR-
ble Works to more extensive quarters at
1".10 Tenth street, between O unci I*,
Where he will be glad to :■■'•■' his old customers
Those wishing anything in liis live will find it
to their advantage to give tiim .i cull before pur-
chasing elsewhere, as lie has reduced the work
to bedrock prices. jc3-Sptf 1
MRS. E. M. WIEDMANN, NOS. 418 J STREET
and 419 X street (Metropolitan Theater
Building), Manufacturer and Wholesale and
Retail Dealer in all kinds of Candies and Nuts.
in 2-3 pi
HEW YORK STATE.
The "Evening JorßNAL,"print-
ed at Albany, the capital if the
State of New Yoik, Is the best ad-
* vertising medium in the State,
and the best dni y newspaper.
Its Weeklve*.iit ! on isthe leading
weekly in New York, and is senl
for 61 ii year to any part of the
country, postage free. Every
subsciiber to the Weekly also
receives gratuitously a copy for
one year of the monthly maga-
zine " Good Cheer." The Semi-
Wkkkly JorRKAL is sent lor $2
a year, and with it is sent free of
charge for one year, the house-
hold magazine, "Good Cheer,"
and the farmer's monthly, "Our
Country Home." Seudforspeci- *
W. .1. ARKELL, President,
Albany, N. Y.
THE " HOmFsEEKER."
"THE l7 ROME_SEEKER."
FIVE THOUSAND COPIES OF THE
"HOME SEEKER" -were published last
month and placed in the hands of those coming
into the State in search of homes Our agent at
Ogden goes into the cars and places a copy in
the hands of each head of a family and single
••■►erson. The "HOME SEEKER"* is the best
advertising medium ever offered to those who
wish to extend their bnsiness to new settlers.
To hotel men and real estate agents it is invalu-
ab'e. 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 reaches. The "HOME
SEEKER is distributed only to those who are
coming here with a desire of buying immedi-
ate! v. Not a single copy is wasted. We have
received a solid support from the business com- j
munitvof the northern half of the State. The
continuous publication of the "HOME SEEKER',
is an assured fact. More land can be sold by an
advertisement with us than any other way
known. We shallmakethe '* lIOME SEEKER"
subserve the best interests of the northern
half of thi State. It is issued to promote immi-
gration and to locate the settlers in the northern
counties. We ask the support of the business,
men of that region wliich we are laboring to
build up. Our work is important to every
branch of business. If you want to help your-
selves, help us, *..-*■-.■ •-..' ■-- ap"-tf
' ■ ' * . i '.'-■' ■ ■ . ■■:;:■ .
£5> ____I_TJ_?_-___ c*. I, l_Cs___!___l__-.'C3-, ■«?
J*P-_ WATCHMAKERS ■_ JEWELERS, 4iS J " *''' *■■-•• Fourth and rifth. £_/%
«_!:_« *S- Dealers in WATCHES. JEWELRY AND DIAMONDS Repairing in all its __■__§
branches a -specialty, under MR. FLOBERG. Agents tor ROCKFORD WATCH COMPANY. jati-Bpti
-T WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IX
_E5 _E_J_> I> I !_■ C 3-,
PARLOR SETS, LOUNGES, EXTENSION TABLES, MIRRORS & ROCKERS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Nos. 6Q4, 6Q6 and 6Q9 KSTREET - — ..jyS-ptq , SACRAMENTO.
g^ ____. "^7^Xo_El_E__:C>_F_.S 27, ~^T
i____LEADING JEWELER OF SACRAMENTO. £I
SIGN OF TOWN CLOCK.
*--•<_>. 33.G_ar__sttroot.- .-^jaJt-ptfj ■ Sftorn*tno_ttO.
rS_-_u_3__C"o'__l_3__i -_"gr_T .T ff -y
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
"Kro. **__Q .T atroot, »nornmo*ito. laS-Sp
n r I—rri1 — rri n- — —B-— ■ — n_mi mm— _ ram — ■ ___
PEACH AND APPLE PAEERS.
<S Rotary KHIFi.^ 9
IRON, STEEL AND COAL,
OS** Sport— ig Goods, Fishing Tackle, I
THE SPECIAL SALE
AVill continue in our Art Gallery every
day this week.
WALL PAPER, Scents per roll.
GILT WALL PAPERS, 15 cents per roll.
■*;<■, -- and SIO ENGRAVINGS for 51.
.:. .1 and t_ ENGRAVINGS for SO cents.
SMALLER PICTURES, l" cent.*- each; Scents
• ich, and 10 cents per dozen.
CABINET PICTURE-FRAMES, l" cents each.
WINDOW SHADES, SI 50 per dozen, with fixtures
GOLD-BANDED WINDOW SHADES, 25 cents
ART-sTS' MATERIALS, In great variety.
•CS-AU Sales Strictly Ca*-h.'--_»
WHITTIER, FULLER & CO,
Nos. lOSOand Second .st., Sacramento.
c_> ■_* PT£~l_ ©6
* £= * so ■■■ o F --J^L c> ~
_ Sri § *^ ri g_»iiaw.t|
___ -= is _ *»fil7**'* <1! *» s—T
*__2 a 55 ti __s****_*l C 3
_§ i » « >w4 '£
w^l i-fe "ML ISS
S3 ?_ | ;;__««=< __
Pfci *3 *= ._? 'm\i UKSWD -^3
CO §. S m } F-_*_.rt'to_*_rtJ * L — '
cy-2 | m W E*!_iLtiKwrsi c^j
E f i "a ; li
SS c? "H y& ': '- ' ■••=. -^1 i—3
<— * ci j i-fssr-f. *-*! *r— J
S§ •* -XX wSmwuisa _ a - 3
CQ ■< -^ L 83510, -"'lll »-=l
We have a sure and painless sys-
tem for the cure of
Piles, rissure, Fistula in Aeo, Rsctal
Ulcers, Pruritus, Polypus-recti
Chronic Diseases a Specialty!.
TF YOU ARE SUFFERING WITH HEM- «
IF ORKIIOIDS SUFFERING WITH HKM- '
ORKHOHia or PILES, \u* cun cnre yon '
without usiii-,' the Knife, Ligature, Kern- '
sure. Hot li*..n. or the cruel Carbolic treat- •
ment; without taking medicine or deten-
tion from business. No anaesthetics used.
Over 60,000 operations for PILES, and not one
£_*- Thousands die annually from CONSUMP-
TION, HEART, LIVEK, KIDNKY DISEASES, j
etc.. and the cause never suspected. With DR. i
A. W. BRINKERHOFF'S system of Examining '
and Treating Rectal Diseases, we find RECTAL ■
ULCERATION the cause of all Chronic Alice- i
ti ins. '
Hereditary Consumption a Myth! !
If you have headaches, nervousness, sleepless-
ness, loss of appetite, indigestion, bloating of
the abdomen, aching nnd numbness of the limbs,
neuralgia, rheumatism, tendency to malaria,
lung, heart, liver, kidney aid urinary troubles;
vaginal and womb affection", etc.,
•S9-AVE CAN CUBK TOU!*--
Come and investigate! Our practice is not
experimental, our labor not guess wort. We
know what we fee. Charges reasonable.
Consultation and Examination free.
>S3*-raities calling for examination, if con-
venient, please have friend accompany them.
J. J. PECKHAM, M. D.,
Olliee, Odd Fellows' Temple, corner of
Ninth and X streets, Rooms 1 and ',
Sacramento, Cal. jel3-lmSp
SO Days' Trial.
3 -^ To young, old, rich
/y — x . •"-'*-: — v\ or poor, both sexes.
r TsHoJ?f>^ "- sto drugging and ,
<y2}r-' ' ~*• cure yourself with DR.
.-^..ftECTRtC Bg? iM HORNE'S (new im-
_**^_^'tt___**CS*2 ! proved) Electric Belt.
"n. yy^yj?i?.zi<. — J Electricity is life, and '
' r — '- * x^ — -^ r a lack of it is disease
and death. Thousands testify to its priceless
value. Whole family can wearsome belt. Cures
without medicine Pains in the Rack, Hips, Head '
or Limbs, Nervous Debility, Lumbago. Genera!
Debility, Rheumatism. Paralysis, Neuralgia, '
Sciatica, Disease of Kidneys, Spinal Diseases, <
Torpid Liver, I tout, Asthma, H_irt Disease, Dys- •
pepsia. Constipation, Erysipelas, Indigestion, f
Rupture, Catarrh, Files, Epilepsy, Ague, Dia* :
bete.*,. Send stamp for pamphlet. W.J. HORNE,
Inventor, Proprietor and Manufacturer, Dl Wa- ,
bash avenue, Chicago, 702 MARKET STREET, l
SAX FRANCISCO. CAL. L*" v _?_
==3 . RUPTURES '
JgE*^*"^ ""^2^ A >'ew Invention ! Tt-e "Perfection* j
* B R— T j8 ***-'-■' Tni.-s, wit *- 1 Universal Joint Hot* .
W ■ •*° ■ ■ *-4 l ?y niMit nnd SeU^tdjU-tuix S_>lnU Spring. *
Mflft^rfS/ Warn vith pe__-ctcon___. JsbtftndUa;
\'-^(') _-_-*jy^ <iivesu:ii\i'r»:il-_iti.sf:ictit»i. l*rict',
-f >uHD _S *3 to $6- Call or »end for descriptive
I ir i -* ,ct «a» circular. Address, J. H. WIUBfiR,
-!ARff.^jPK rus s t*,7ol -M irkot Street, cor Third
San i'TAIK't •*■''*
TO MY OLD PATRONS. *
T STILL OFFER MY VALUABLE SER\*ICEB
I STILL are unfortunate require them. _
if you aro so unfortunate as to require them. .
With a mind matured and enriched by stndiesoi
an advanced order, I can safely say that there is •
hardly a disease in the catalogue of human illt i
that I cannot treat to a successful issue. (
LADIES— Iam always ready io assist you. My y
past knowledge has been increased by extensive 1
experience. lam now able to treat you will \
the certainty* of success. No case peculiar to c
your delicate organism isbeyond my sure control. ■*•
" My Female Monthly Medicines are superior to l
any offered heretofore, and will be warranted to
have the desired efTect in all cases. ,
Those of the public who need my services can
depend upon gentlemanly, honorable and sci-
entific treatment at reasonable rates. .
I address particularly those who have been In-
jured by youthful indiscretions, and those who
have contracted local disease-
Persons afflicted can 4f they prefer, consult -
me by letter, detailing the symptoms of the dis- -
ease or trouble, and receive medicines by ex-
press, with fail instructions. All letters must
bo directed : J. H. .JOSSELYN, M. D., 2_G Suite*
street, San Francisco. Cal. I
Cure warranted in all cases, or no pay re- ,
quired. Consultation, personally or by letter, ,
gratis. Sendforbook. Comfortable apartment?
for patients at my Infirmary (when desired),
with experienced nurses.
Consultation Parlors, 226 Sutter street, adjoin
ing the Young Men's Christian Association
■Building. -;ir =.*-•
Office Hours— From 9 A. M. to 8 v. M I
My Diploma hangs in my ofllce. j
Purchase my Essay on Physiology and Marri I
age. For sale by all newsdealers. I
02-3pU J. 11. JOSSELYN, M. D.
'. ■ '
GRAIN, MOTT, HOP
CS-__»_=_^>e N X_i_rt___L<3.
IN TRACTS TO SUIT.
11,000 __kc___._ei__i i
IN THE VICINITY OF
ALT, LODI AND HICKSVILLE.
l rE ARK , ABOUT TO OFFER THAT
. splendid lot ot Land --i -* owned «T MRS.
CAROLINE Mcc.U IKY.::, Tracts of from -JO to
..20 Acres. 1 hi** land is now being graded and
prices will soon he furnished. *s*™ a *- 1 **. ™<*
*3-Th<* title to these lands Is perfect.
1 1lls is one of the best opportunities ever of-
red purchasers, as the land is in th, richest
section of the Suite, and most convenient to
VV. "IP. ooi__3_vx____xr
REAL ESTATE SALESROOM,
No. 325 J street Sacramento, Cal.
BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE!
Sl-.150— 10x160, south side '. street, between
Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
I,OOO— SOxICO, northwest comer Eleventh
and D streets
1,800- €oxl6o, south side N street, between
Eighteenth aod Nineteenth,
1,350— 80x160, north side O street, between
Eighteenth and Nineteenth.
800— SOxlGO, youth side N street, between
Twentieth and Twenty-Ant. Cheap
1,200— Nix 100, south side O street, between
Nineteenth and Twentieth. Li, luce, l
1,000— 80x160, south sl I** i. street, between
•> Nineteenth and Twentieth.
2,ooo— soxli'iO. with two small houses, south-
east cornel Nineteenth and s streets.
,000 i ixl6o, south side X street between
P Fifteenth and Sixteenth.
SOO [10x80, northwest cornet Ninth and p
-SOxlfiO, northeast corner Twenty-second
and I. streets.
900—160x160, northeast corner Twentieth
and N streets.
-._oxl6o (hall block), north side N
street, between Twenty-flrst and Twen-
.100 -a full block between X and L, Thir-
tieth and Thirty- iir-t slice's, or will
*.'■"■ * * sell in lots of 80x160.
We also have Business and Dwelling Property
ior sale that will return big interest on the
A. LEONARD & SON,
1014 Fourth Street. 'cIS-Spl m
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION !
ISTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
■*-)_ Board of Supervisors of the comity of Sac-
ramento will meet, as required by law, on the
riEST MONDAY OF JULY, 1885,
I OTICE I- HEREBY GIVEN THAT THK
Board of Supervlsi is of the county ofSac.
■■ ill meet. as reqttin *i by law, on tin*
lUST MONDAY OF JULY, 1885,
To examine the Assessment Book and equalize
the assessment of property in the county, and
will continue in session, from time to lime, un-
til ite business of equalization is di-; ,i of,
but later than the FOURTH MONDAY In
JULY. rjy2-2wis] W. B. HAMILTON, Clerk.
"LONE FISHERMAN." "
THE FINES? FTVE-CENT CIGAR IN* THE
1_ Market. Also, a fine line of Imported and
Key West on hand, at 225 X street.
jyfi-iMtn R. 11. PKTTIT. Proprietor.
Xj. __!-. -____-_._v_:___:_e____.
No. 820 J STKEET, SACK All ENTO,
AGCNT FOR mf -_£ "*.-_«
CHJCKERIKG A SONS' PUKOSJfS B^
Wilcox &_ White Organs !
tf***-Jtist received a New Stock of AC-
COKUEON9, H-JKMOMCAS, etc., em-
bracing all the latest styles.
Country orders promptly and carefully at-
tended to. at lowest pries. ivli-tf
PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK!
17IOK THE SIX MONTHS ENDING JUNE
L '■'■". 1*585, a dividend at the rateof five (5) per
cent, per annum has been declared on capital
stock and ordinary deposits, payable immedi-
diately. [jy-i-ot] WM. I*. Hi .M'i;on. cashier.
jjitOTELafASlj liLyJAUiuyj'ST" -
ST. DAY wrs,
TL". Hon St., near Third, San Franilnro.
4 FIRST-' i.r,-- LODGING HOTEL, CON-
J-y tainiu.- 190 rooms; woi rand gas in each
room: no better beds ;:. the world: no guest al-
lowed to vu ■ the lii't-n once used by nnother: a
large rcadistf-room: hot and cold, water baths
free. Price of rooms : Per night, in) and 7 cents
per week: fry.m J2 nr-wards. Open nil night X'
BCfinES, Proprietor. At Market-street Ferry
take Omnibus, line of streetcars for Third and
Howard. _ 1 , ._ iv.-T-aThSU
-*^_— cj .*&% ■. • _^_ >
I ftf-— -— •" i-o _^***_ f* i ' Fit— _t\
GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL,
Corner Seventh and X streets.
»-*- STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS. *_"»
Free 'Bus to and from the Cars.
iyfitf W. «>. ItOMIiUS, I'roprielor.
NOS. 209 TO 219 X STREET,
mHREE BLOCKS FROM RAILROAD DEPOT.
JL Leading Business and Family Hotel of Sac-
ramento, Cat. The ino.-t convenient to Post-,
office, Express and Land Offices, all Courts and
Places-— Amusement Meals, 23 cents. First-
ils -in all Its appointments. Free coach toand -
from the Hotel. WM. LAND, Proprietor.
FISHER'S DINING ROOMS
" No. -10 J STKEET.
Table SUPPLIED WITH ALL the D2Ll-
cacies of the Season. Special attention
Civen to Banquets and Wedding Cakes. Tele-
phone No. 81.
_________• — '•'_*_.__ K. K-VAPP-R.
~ ""capital HOTEL.
CORK-UB SEVENTH AND X STKEET
BLESSING A* GUTHRIE. Proprietors.
•■PS-Free Omni'-us to and from the Can>"_»
AMERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL
QANSOME STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
).J This hotel is in the very center of the busi-
ness portion of the city. Tina traveling publio
will And thi*= to be the most comfortable nnd re-
spectable Hotel in the city. Hoard and room,
Sl, S 28 and sl SO per day. Hot and Ccld Baths
Free. Free Conch to and from the Hotel.
ar.l3 CHAS. MONTGOMERY & BRO.. Props.
DELTA SALOON ~
Billiardl _-■■_.«_■■> :___, ra, I
Southeast Corner Sixth and I streets,
«3** Hot Lunch, 11 to 1 clock. "S3.
CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS, AND THE BEST
of Beer on hand. Tlri* proprietor. FRED.
FKICKE (formerly ofthe PALISADE , invites
histoid friends and the public to call. jel9-lplm .
FIFTH AVENUE SALOON,
101- FIFTH STKEET, KET. J A"N*l> K.
THE SHARPEST, COOLEST AND MOST
Delicious Beer always on draught at 5 cent*
a glass. Best of Wines, 'Liquors and cigars iv
stock. EDWARD DIETER Propriety .
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