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HOME RULE IN IRELAND.
A scheme of local self-government for
Ireland, which has been so often prom
ised since the Salisbury Government
came in, is now really contemplated, and
a bill embodying it is to be introduced at
the next session of Parliament. It will
in eflect bo an extension to Ireland of the
laws already enacted giving greater power
to the local governing bodies in England
and Scotland. The wonder is that such
home rule was not granted to Ireland at i
the time the laws referred to were en
acted. What possible objection there
could have been to it is not apparent.
The purposo of tho English and Scotch
Acts was to relievo Parliament of a large
amount of purely local legislation and
regulation which took up tho time of that I
body and might be accomplished much 1
better by the local authorities. It was j
upon the same principle that the Consti
tution of California leaves it to the vari
ous municipal bodies in the State to regu
late local allairs to suit themselves. The
only reason thero could have been for
withholding from Ireland the benefit of
these laws must have been a distrust of
the Irish people, which we do not believe
was ever warranted. It placed Ireland
in an unfavorable position before tbe
world and must have been exceedingly
But tho measure which is now to bo
presented by Mr. Balfour is really not
what is demanded by tho Irish leaders
and their English allies. It is not "home
rule'" in the sense they use the term, by
any means. They do not simply ask the
privilege of repairing a road or building a
bridge without the consent and approval
of the imperial authority, but they wish
to have it recognized that they are a dis
tinct race of people from the English,
with a right to form their own institu- !
tions, so long as these do not put tho im- <
perial power in jeopardy or tend to make i
Ireland a separate nation as regards
foreign powers. This is what they have i
struggled for, and what they would have
accomplished long ago if it had not been I
for the fear on the part of tho English dis- '
senters that if the Irish were permitted to
govern themselves they would use their
liberty to promote tho interests of the j
Roman Catholic Church. This fear is the
sole support of the Liberal Unionist
party. The Tories do not need to consult
it, and if a tolerable solution of the land
question could be arranged, the religious
question would not stand in the way of
the passage of a home rule bill by Con
There is 110 doubt, however, that tlie
agitation for homo rule will goon, though
at present it will be under great disad
vantages. Parnell is politically dead, and
no competent leader has yet appeared to
take his place ; but some one will come
forward who will take the leadership and
carry on the warfare. The Tory papers
announce that Ireland is more peaceful
now than it has been for years, because of
the falling off in the contributions from
Irish-Americans, so-called. This mayor
may not be true, for nobody on the out
side has any knowledge of these contribu
tions. Tho probability is that there has
been a falling oil of these contributions,
but it is also likely that they will be re
new ed again, and rise to their former
level as soon as the Irish party is again
In the iield witn a competent leader who
has the confidence of those who sympa
thisewlth Ireland in this struggle. In
the end it is likely that home rule will bo
secured by an alliance between the Irish
and the Tories.
Tho review just lamed by the Bureau of
Statistics of the Treasury Department, in
regard to the foreign commerce and im
migratioii of the United States during the
fiscal year ending June 30th, contains
some information that will be a surprise
to those who have believed that the more
stringent enforcement of the immigration
laws has caused a falling off in the immi
gration to this country. The review
shows that there fatM been a largo immiH
in the volume of immigration into the
i tilted States during the last fiscal year.
The total number arriving was §65,466, as
against 451, ill!) during the year of 1890, an
increase of 104,277. This increase was
largely from the following countries:
Italy, iii.'iOl: Austro-llungary, 14,801;
Germany, i_l,li_i_; llussia, including Pol
It is evident from these figures that the
prospect of a more stringent enforcement
of our immigration laws has caused for
eigners to rush in as last as possible,
fearing that unioss they sot hen at once j
the gates will be closed entirely. There
is no doubt that a largo proportion of
those who have arrived lately are of an
undesirable class, though possibly not of
the criminal or pauper element so largely
as in tho past. It behooves the Govern
ment officials at every port of entry in
the United States to enforce the new im
migration laws with the utmost severity,
and it is to be hoped that the report for
the next fiscal year will show a decided
fallbig off in tho immigration from some
of the countries named, for it is an undis
puted fact that the better class of people
from those countries do not come to this
country at all.
The American cruisers in Behring Sea
have lost no timo in carrying out the
orders issued from Washington in regard
to sealing in those waters. The British
Columbia poachers are being driven out
and each day brings the news of some of
them returning to Victoria. In most
cases tho sealers promptly leave the sea
whon warned. The Marvin, however,
was well armed and at first refused to
obey tho order. The oilicers of the
United States cruiser Rush promptly
! took tho arms and ammunition from tho
I schooner and towed her to Oonalaska.
where twenty-one of the crew were
j placed ou the prison-ship Al-ki and kept
for two days, when thoy were turned
over to the British man-of-wav Xyniphc,
the commander of which ordered them to
proceed to Victoria. This looks like bus
iness. It is probable that the sea will
soon be cleared of poachers and the seals
will get a rest while the dispute over the
question of their indiscriminate taking is
being decided by arbitration.
If, as is reported, President Carnot of
the Republic of France lias resolved to
return to Russia the battle Hags captured
in the Crimean war, as an acknowl
edgment of the honors shown the French
lleet last week by Russian officials, it will
be a most significant incident. Nations
do not return trophies taken in. battle,
except for strong political reasons. Even
where nations have been at peace for a
score of years, or more, the return of
war trophies is not made. The reason
for a return must be und always is a
strong ono. As a rule they aro worth
more in the hands of the captors as in
centives to valor in future wars than as
! means to fraternal kindness. France
j must be anticipating very close relations
| with Russia.
So far the French authorities have
been unable to establish clearly the real
cause of the terrible railroad disaster at St.
Mande. It is attributed in turn to re
venge, malice, carelessness and incompe
tency. Whatever tho cause it was one of
the most horrible disasters that ever oc
curred upon a railway in France, and
has filled the people with dismay.
Telegraphic reports are to the effect
that grasshoppers are ruining the oat
prospects in twenty counties along the
Ohio and Indiana border line, and also
that they are doing much <._amage in
SUPREME COURT MINUTES.
Monday, July 27th.
13.350—Fay vs. Pacllie Improvement Com- |
pany—Upon motion ot 1). M. Jtelmaa, ordered
tbat cause be placed upon Bank Calendarfor
August 18, 1801.
In memoriam. John F. Swift—Upon motion
of Stlioii 8. Wright, seconded by Edward K.
Tavlor, ordered that the "Memorial of the
San Francisco Bar Association upon tlie
death of John Franklin Swilt," herewith pre- j
seated, be spread upon the minutes of this ,
12.923—City anu County of San Francisco
vs. l'ennif—Argued by \V. H. Bodfish for ap- |
pellant, Charles S. Wheeler and W.H.Cook |
lor respondent. Ordered that respondent have 1
ton days t 1 lite brief, appellant ten days to rile i
reply, cause to be thereupon submitted.
13,082— Flynn vs. Dougherty—Agreed by
Attorneys Taylor and Patten that absent Jus
tic- DeH&veu and Sbarpsteln may p.irtici
pate in the decision herein; argued by Taylor
for ap|H.-liaut, I'atton for respondent; ordered
that respondent have ten days to llle brief, j
<■;!':.■•■ t>> be thereupon submitted.
11,072—People ex rel. Chandler vs. Smith— |
Harrison, J., disqualified: stipulated tliat Do- j
Haven, J., may participate in the decision of
j this cause; cause argued by Wheeler and Hoi
. llday for appellant, Qalpin for re-pondent, re
spondent granted twenty days to file bricf,ai>
pellant twenty days to ieply"thereto, cause to
bi thereupon submitted.
13,676- People vs. Holliday—Ordered in
banli for August 13, ls'Jl.
20,851—People vs. Smith—Continuei until
\ to-morrow morning.
Titesday, July 28. IS9I.
Dpon motion of B. E. Baglund, presentation 1
' of license trom Tennessee and evidence of
-ood moral character, ordered that M. < . Oil!
i be and be is hereby admitted to practice as an
; attorney- and couiisclor-at-law In all the
courts of this Stat. .
14,56 I- Kutlcdge vs. Crawford—Upon mo
• Uon ot A. B. Ware and A. E. Bolton,ordered
thut 1.. W. Julllard, County Clerk of Sonoma
County, CaL. do produce and havo all the
• original ballots referred To in the transcript
! on appeal herein, either by number, pboCo
pmpb or copies hefoiv said court, in bank, on ;
[August 3,1891. at 10 o'clock a. m., in taeir |
I courtroom, in the city and county of San ;
20,851—People vs. Smith—Argued by F. 11.
S.iort for appellant, W. W. Foote for respond
ent. Ordered that respondent have twenty
J days to file brief, appellant ten days to reply,
I cause to be then in on submitted.
14,190— Hyde vs. Boyle—Upon motion of
T. M. (>smont,ordered that cause be submit- j
t« d up hi brleis on tile.
10,948— McOaidy vs. I.leknthal et al.—On '
motion of appellant, ordered app.al dis
13,681—Chauvet vs. Hill—On motion oi i
I.ippit, ordered A.ttomey-Geneiml be subeti
j luted as attorney for appellant, and that ap- ;
I pellant have thirty days to file brief, respond
enl twenty days to reply, the cause to be '
' thereupon submitted.
13,987—1n tne matur of tlw> estate of Mary
I C. Spencer—On motion of Henley, ordered
that appellant have llftten days to file brief,
respondent t» n clays to reply, the cause to be
• thereupon submitted.
1 1,042 An..erson vs. Bichardson— On mo- !
tion of Kutlcdge, ordered that respondent j
have tifteen days to file brief, appellant fifteou 1
days to reply, the cause to be thereupon sub- !
13,414—People vs. Badlam—On motion of J
Stratton, ordered cause be continued until
, January term.
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call ou or address Edgar C. Humphrey, Man
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Kohler <__ Chase, 20, and 30 O'Farrell
street, San Francisco, largest and oldest music
house on Pacific Coast. Low prices, easy
terms. Write for catalogue of Decker Bros"*
PAINLESS EXTRACTION OF TEETH by
n.«eot local anesthetic. DR. VVELDON, Den
tist, Eighth and J streets.
Peralta Hull, a Mtooui for girls, opens AU
GUST 4, 1891, at Berkeley, Cal. HOMER B.
SPRAGUE, President. Finest school build
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ST. GERTRUDE'S ACADEMY,
This Academy will reopen
for the fall term on MONDAY,
I August 17, 1891. "_
milE CITIZENS OF SACRAMENTO AHE
j J. invited by ttie Sacramento Liquor Deal
! ers' Association to attend a public meeting to
j be held at the
CLUNIE OPERA HOUSE,
F'rlday Evening, July 31st.
HON. (iUOVE I . JOHN-JON, \V. A. AN
i DEBSON and other prominent speakeri wiM
I address the meeting. All cltleens Interested
in the qiies.ion of bigb or low license are re
' spectfully invited to attend.
il. F. DILLMAN, President.
Bobt. BARygrr, Secretary. [B.&N.C] jy:»' _>
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THE HICKSVILLE SCHOOL TRUSTEES
a.-ill receive bids for de-signs, speciflcatlons
nnd plans ior building ■choolhonse 10 feet
to.iff, 2-1 feet v/iile; walls l__ teet high. Cost ol
; building not lo exceed £900 [ninehnndred
: collars). School grounds one and one hull
: miles (1. . irorn Arno. Bids received until
: AUGUST 10, lb'Jl.
JANES Hit KS,
All communications to be addressed to L.
HERBERT, dork HlcksvUle School, Sacra
m. ato Connty, Caliiornia. jy_.'.t-lot
j 4 T Bfßa E. B. CROCKER'S GARDENS,
f\ by Young Women's Christian Associa
tion, "FRIDAY EVENING, July 31st, at
Corner Third and P streets. Entrance ou P
str"it. Admission, 23 cents.
PROGRAMME—Durbar of an Indian Quoen
in native costume. Queen rccei\ e< the ladles of
her Court, invites ttiem to a banquet, enter
tains them by tbe singing ol" a quartet from
Missiri. Girls trom the I'ulace play and sing
j b fore the Queen. A Sliastre sets fire to ice in
j ber presence. Native airs sung l>y the Missiri.
Queen dismisses her Court. C. A. Neale's
Band will play native music.
Promenading and refreshments. Native
Sherbets sold at the tents.
Cars will run unttl midnight, with free con
veyance from Third and X streets.
Electric lighting of the grounds. Jy29-3t
'SACRAMENTO I INSTITUTE;
A Select Boarding School,
CONDUCTED BY THE BROTHERS OF
the Christian Schools, X and Twelfth
streets, Sacramento, Cal.
A practical Business and Banking Depart
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men will have all the advantages of a flrst
• class commercial college.
Studies will bo resuniod on MONDAY,
J August :id.
For particulars apply to
I JyBy-7* BRO. BOSON IS, Director.
W. L. DOUGLAS
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WEINSTOCK, LUBIN & CO., Agents,
Nos. -100 to 11- X stroet, Sacramonto.
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These were contracted for by us in
large lots and to our order, and the
quality of paper thus obtained makes
it the best value ever put upon our
counters in a regular way.
Pencil Tablets, containing 200
pages, for sc.
Fine Ledger Paper for 20c a quire.
Parchment Paper, for the type
writer, at 6e a quire.
The " Hale's California Stores" Box
of Papeterie, containing 24 Square
Envelopes and a quire of Note Paper
to match, for 10c the entire box.
The uses of a Rubber Glove are
easily suggested to any thoughtful
■ woman. To once enjoy the benefits
they give is to never be without them.
We sell a first-class Glove—as good
as is made—for $1 25 a pair.
This is one of our most popular
summer draperies. Light, dainty and
novel enough to be unique in effect.
There is a variety of colors in single
dots and dots and strides combined.
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THE RUSH CONTINUES
And we are pleased to note that the general public appreciates
our efforts to give
THE BEST OF FOOTWEAR
1 Greatly Reduced Prices."
J^* EVERY PAIR WE SELL IS WARRANTED.^!
Do not overlook the fact that we have an enormous stock on hand,
and therefore can suit any and everybody in style as well as price.
A very few specials given below will give you some idea how we are
selling reliable Footwear during our Clearance Sale:
Ladies' Tan Goat Button Shoes, with ooze top to match; Boys' Strong Shoes, in lace or button, sizes 2% to 514, re
former price, $5; reduced to $3 35 duced from $2 to $1 45
Ladies' Tan Lace and Button Shoes, in different styles of
toes: former price, $4; reduced to $2 40
Ladies' Tan Oxfords, in different styles of toes; former SMALL BOYS' SHOES (Sizes 11 to 2).
price, $2 50, $s and $4; reduced to $1 95
Men's Tan Goat Lace and Congress Shoes; former price,
$4 and 55: reduced to $2 35 Oil Grain Leather, Sole-leather Tip, Heel or Spring-heel
Men's Genuine Kangaroo Shoes, in lace or gaiter style, Shoes; former price, $1 75; reduced to $1 15
reduced from $5 to $3 85 Boys' School Boys' Pride, a neat and durable shoe;
Men's Fine Kid Low Lace Shoes, very cool and comfort- former price, $2; reduced to $1 35
able; former price, $3; reduced to $1 95 Boys' Fine French Calf Dress Shoes, seamless vamps,
Boy's (School Boy's Pride) Shoes, in hook and lace or dongola top, in heel or spring heel; former price,
button, sizes 2)4 to s^, reduced from $2 50 to $1 63 | $2 50; reduced to $1 65
Remember that we guarantee every pair of Shoes we sell, no matter
how little you pay for them. Money refunded or Shoes exchanged if
Open Evenings Till 8 O'clock. Orders From the Country Promptly Attended To.
Tie Largest and Most Reliable Boot and Sloe Bouse in Sacramento,
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E.C.Deuel... 1104 G. L.L.Lewis 13th nnd ...
Maior W. A. Anderson 809 J. A C Tufts 10-~ ll-
H.Frennd 427 o. Fred Gibson __G _i alul, ?'
Geo. \\ise 112f. 11. l>r. \V. Wood sth. X and L.
Sam Kingsbury 171S Bth. 1 Mdnis. Fourne» i'snai _.' "■,;;„ , I*,<1*,<> > V'
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J. McDermot Schoolhouse Station. Dr. X Arnold lol:"5 T-
Key J. H. Cornwall Davisvllle. W. Van Zant ir°l x
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Xj- Xj. LEWIS &d CO.
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Summer Clearance Sale.
A great many lines in our stock have met with heavy reductions, and it
is to your interest as well as ours that these reductions have been made.
It enables us to reduce a heavy stock and realize in cash thereon.
It also enables you to buy goods at less than the market value.
All our White and Fast Black Embroidered Flouncings, White and Fast
Black Lawn Dress Goods, Black Chantilla Lace Flouncing, l'arasols, Sun
Shades, Infants' Mull Bonnets, Children's Jackets, Gentlemen's Hose, and
And while these reductions are on is the time to make your purchases.
Take advantage of it, as this sale will not last much longer.
W. I. ORTH, 630 J St.
r^ Oil I IN I Tie Lightning Newsdealer and Stationer,
Vjl \ I II \J 603 PC STREET.
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This Week^.^_^ ; ;.luly 31 k Aug. L
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Rewritten and Revised.
Company comprising t.R people, I ..mou»
Premiers, Astounding Specialties. Grand
European Ballet Troupe In "The Policeman
nnd the Flirts." "Ballet of Live Cockatoos,"
"Ballet of Nations." Tlie grandest mis en
scene ever constructed, produced at an actual
caab outlay of $:. 5,000.
PRICES—SOc and §1; no higher. Seats now
on sale. Jy2'.i-_t
W. H. SHERBURN,
888 X STKEET, - - SACRAMENTO.
I have the Largest Stock of
SECOND-HAND -:- FURNITURE
In Sacramento. Also a fine 1 tne of
Crockery and Glassware,
Which I will sell less than any house In
Northern California. Try mo for prices, as I
will not be undersold.
ALSO AGENT FOR
AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANI
OF NEW YORK.
Sdiaw, Ingram, Batcher
217 and .10 J Street, Sacramento.
To Bridge Builders and Contractors.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Board of Supervisors of Sacramento
County, Cal., will receive sealed proposals,
piuns and specifications up to 2 o'clock p. M..
AUGUST 5, I*9l, for the construction of
new towers, either of wood or iron, for tho
Foisom wire bridge between Foisom and Ash
lund. crossing the American River in Sacra
mento County, Cal. All proposals must bo
accompanied by a certified check for at least
10 per cent, of the amount bid. .
The right is reserved by the Board to reject
any and all bids. E. GREER,
Chairman Board of Supervisors-
f«___4_u3 [JygS-lOt] W.W. KHOABB, Clerk. _
SAVE 40 PER CENT.
(Agent's commission) aud have your
E. W. BRUENING'S BOOKBINDERY,
819 j Street. Sacramento. IylB-tt
mHE RECORD-UNION A>"T> WEKKLY
IX UNION aro the best for the family oireia.