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The City Trustees Wind Up Their
Thoy Will Consult With the Polico
Commissioners About New Polico
Tho City Trustees met yesterday morn
ing lor tho purpose of taking up business
tli.it was not disposed of at Uie meeting
Monday, on account of the ftbSenoe df
Trustee McLaughlin. All of the mem
bers were present.
Mayor Comstock called attention to the
fact that a horse had been running at
large in the vicinity of Ninth ami E
Btreets, and considerable damage was
being done to lawns and small trees.
The Clerk was instructed to notify the
Poundmaster to impound the animal.
Trustee McLaughlin informed the
lioard that he would examine into the
matters referred to him at Mon
mooting, in regard to complaints about
the work of grading on Eighth and on
The petition of property owners on
Eighth street, from U to W, to grade tht ie
two blocks, was granted on recommenda
tion of the Street Commisssioner. The
intersection is not to be graded.
A communication was received from
Clinton L. White, stating that as attor
ney for tiie city he had effected a com
promise with the lone Coftl Company in
the suit pending between that corpora-1'
tion aud the Mayor over the payment of
| to the City. 'Ihe company agree to
pay |150 to thecity, and he (Win to re
tained 8100 aa his fee.
The Mayor asked the other members if
the settlement was satisfactory.
Mr. McLaughlin said ho was glad the
matter was settled, and Trustee < onklin
thought a vote of thanks ought to be
tendered the Mayor for his gift to tlie
Water Works fund.
The proposed ordinance in relation to
the storage of gasoline was read by the
Clerk, nnd W. A. Anderson spoke at
length on the importance of the ordi
nance, lie said too great care COUIiI nol
bo exercised in preparing an ordinance
that would remove all danger of confla
grations by reason oi" the explosion of
The ordinance provides that it will he
"Unlawful for any one to keep in a Btore In
the city Limits a larger quantity than no
gallons, which shall flash or emit an in
flammable vapor at a temperature below
110- Fahrenheit. The gasoline must be
kept Ln an iron or brick vault devoted to
and used exclusively for this purpose,
unless if stored in a building especially
licensed for the purpose, in this latter
oase the quantity above mentioned may
i>e exceeded, provided that sach building
shall not be located within Uie following
limits. Commencing at che northeast
oorner of Front and <.. streets, thence
north to the center of II street, the <• ■
oast to tbe east line of Sixth, thence
north again to the north line of ('. thence
easterly to the west line of Twenty
eighth street, thence south to the north
line ofQ, and thence westerly to tho
place of beginning.
Action on the ordinance was postponed
until next Monday.
W. A. Anderson called the attention of
the board to the (act that the Liquor ,' . .ti
ers' Association was preparing an ordi
nance which they propose d to submit to
the board shortly, in relation to the sale
of liquor in groceries, where it was "not
drunk on the premises.'" The associa
tion churned that the present ordinance
gave some of the grocery men an advan
tage over the saloon-keepers, because
they were required to pay only a 1
for merchandise. The Association wanted
the ordinance amended so that no less a
quantity than one gallon could be sold by
c-, without they had a Liquor
A resolution was adopted ordering that
a vitriiied iron-tone pipe sewer be laid m
tue alley between _. and O, Ninth and
The Mayor remarked that there was
complaint about the sewer on O street,
between Twentieth and Twenty-first, lt
was too small, and the v aier from the
swimming baths frequently choked up
the sewer and ran along in the gutters.
The matter was referred to the Street
Trustee Conklin brought ap the subject
of repairing the river Levee, and remarked
that if the board proposed to do anything
it ought to take some action right away.
City Engineer Mulleney said he had
not quite completed the Bpec-ficstions for
filling in and riprapping the levee, bi
ne did not know exactly how
much of the latter work was to be done.
At the suggestion of Trustee McLaugh
lin, it was decided to advertise first for
bids for grading the slope Of the levee.
When this work is done the board will
proceed to have the levee riprapped.
it was resolved that a joint meeting of
the Trustees and Police Commissioners
Id to morrow evening for the pur
_*discussing ways and means of re
pairing the old jail or moving to new
The board then adjourned.
There are Now " uo of -These Literary
There are now two ilom ishing Chau
tauqua Circles in this city, Westminster
Circle, whose organization was spoken of
in this paper about a week ..go. .. com
posed of members most of whom reside
on tho south side of the city. Vincent
Circle is principally composed of mem
bers residing on the other side, and was
organized on Monday evening hi>t. with
a membership of fifteen, and aprospeel
of more meini>ers later on. Westminj
Circle is the Oldest in Sacramento, ami
has done some good work in p
)•-- meetings always being entertaining
["ho officers ol Vincent are as fo_:
President, W. C Fitch; Vice-President,
<*. c. Cooley; Secretary, Miss c,
Schubert; Assistant Secretary and Tr
urer, Mi>-s BelleCarrington. New a
1 tfl will be received at anytime.
any members or officers of tl will
1 -• glad to give information regarding tho
. t and workings of the Chautauqua
.Literary and Social Circle.
Strangers are also Invited to visit the
meetings, to judge for themselves of the
Benefit of these reading societies.
Cases Disposed of In Judge Cravens'
Tribunal _ o<.tordny.
In the Police Court yesterday the a*
psnlt to murdi . Ah Loy was con
tinued to the 22d inst.
Mike McCarty pl< _dtd guilty ton charge
of arryinc i concealed w< apon, and will
: • the -ith.
.lo Soto, charged with malicious mis
« Lief, was ordered to appear to-ilay for
The eases of i". McHale, charged with
misdemeanor, snd George Cogar, charged
With petit larceny, went over until to
Mike Farley was fined |50for battery.
. ep bay and Ah Young were !':::•
each for violating the health ordin
Minnie Talbot was found guilty of bat
tery and ordered to appear to-day for
Observer I.ar.vlck Says It Prevails All
Over tlie (oast.
Tiie Weather Bureau's reports show
thr- highest and lowest tempemtur
.< . lay tftJ-Svebeefl .2 and _.» , with ___
nearly cloudless sky, and light, variable
•winds, mostly from the B nth.
The baromc.er still ren_ains|at or abovo
thirty inches, and no Btorin has yet made
itse-if felt a*- ;U,.V l'acitie Coast station.
TIM higheat "*'"""' lowewt t«mr>er._turn.
SACBAMJ-JsTO DAUT Kg<JOBP-trKTOy, W_EP_NESI>A_-, OCTOBER 21, 1891.—SIX PAGES.
one year ago yesterday v ro <i; and 52°,
and one year ago to-day 80° and ">0 .
This present weather is delightful, and
it prevails from the Oulf of < alifornia on
the south to the Straits of .Tuan de Fuca
on the north, whilo eastward to Chicago
the temperature is near the freezing point,
with clear skies and the country robed in
sear and yellow leaf of dying autumn.
FRACTURED HIS SKULL.
A Flve-Year-Old Hoy Seriously Injured
Eddie McAloster, tho five-year-old son
of John F. McAlester of Florin, was seri
ously injured Monday evening at his
home, by being kicked in the head by a
Tiie little fellow was playing near the
barn, and in some way got too close to
tlie heels of a vicious horse, which was
feeding in the yard. Nobody saw the
accident. Tho child's mother saw tho
littlo fellow staggering toward the houso,
bleeding profusely from a gash in his
forehead, and ran to his assistance.
The child was taken to the County
Hospital and Dr. White found that the
s;;ull had been fractured. An operation
- performed yesterday, and a large
piei o of bone was removed from the un
fortunate little fellow's head.
While such a wound Is usually fatal,
the manner in which the child rallied
from the shock greatly encouraged L)r.
White, and he stated last night that he
ha'! some hopes Of his little patient's re
Preparations for tho Opening of the
Season s__tui ,1..v Bveutog.
The skating rink re-opens for the win
ter season at the old Pavilion, corner of
Sixth and M streets, Saturday evening.
Tlie place has been thoroughly renovated
and refurnished since last winter, and
everything lias been provided for the
comfort oi* the skaters. New skates, new
dressing-rooms, etc., have been provided,
and the indications are that skating will
become even more popular this season
J. ___. Sullivan, the proprietor) assures
the public that everything will be con
ducted in tirst-class stylo, and that no dis
reputable characters will be admitted.
Mr. Sullivan has arranged for B very at
tractive entertainment for the opening
night. A full brass band will be' in at
tendance, and there will be exhibitions of
fancy Bleating, trick bicycle riding, etc,
at intervals wide enough not to interfere
with the skaters.
A CONFIDENCE SHARP.
lie Hired a Horse and Cart In Marys
ville aud sold it Here.
A man giving the name of A. C. Cook,
and who represented himself as an agent
for the Spenceville Metallic Paint Com
pany, went to Lane Brothers' stable in
Marysville on the 13th, and after stating
his business, hired a horse and cart to go
to 8 '■ramento. He explained that the
reason he did not go by rail was because
he wanted to canvass at intermediate
points along tiie road.
As be did not return Esastus Lane con-
Milted Under Sheriff Bevan, and the tele
graph wires were at once put in motion.
_____ Be van received a telegram on Mon
day afternoon announcing that Cook had
been in this city, and ha.l sold the horse
and cart and departed for unknown
Real Estate Transfers.
The following real estato transfer^ have
been recorded since our last report:
A. J. and L. C. Johnston to J. L. Ilun
toon—Lots l, __, 3 and 4, V. W, Twenty
seventh and Twenty-eighth streets; _•."•.'
J. L. and C. P. onntoon to A. J. John
ston—Lots "», 6, 7 and 6, V, W, Twenty
seventh and Twenty-eighth streets; ..."
Martha Bennett to.I. and 11. Gamma—
Twelve Seres in section o-O, township 10
north, range Seas ; I
i. E. Hartley to E. M. H. liar ley—
Lot. 7 and s, X, F, Eleventh and Twelfth
Sacramento Electric Light Company to
(.apital Gas Company—Lot 7, G, 11, Sixth
and Seventh streets; grant.
\V. li. Strong Company to George IJ.
Katzenstcin—_____ ts No. __»7 and 2->3 ot
Orangevale Colony; £10.
Governor Markham signed University
checks yesterday amounting to *____&,
Tlie Governor ou yesterday reappointed
Sparrow Smith of this city a member of
the Board -o l' Commissioners of the
Funded Debt Sinking Fund of Sacra
Levlin Taylor of San Bernardino and
J. B. Sberrard of Ban Francisco were ap
pointed Notaries Public yesterday by the
The following articles; of incorporation
were tiled in the Secretary of State's office
Beth Eden Baptist church of Oakland.
Directors—C. D. Cole, J. 11. Barrdd, IL
S. Peterson, Henry Homanger and S. A.
Kuroka Mining and Lumber Company
of Grass Valley. Capital Htoek, f I^ooo,ooo.
Directors—Joel EloWe. Martin Sampson,
W. D. Harris, J. M. Thomas and \\". M.
Peter Hopper's Estate.
Emma '.'. Hopper petitioned tlie Su
perior Court yesterday for Letters of ad
ministration on the estate of the late
J. Hopper. The estate consist ■oi a
Of real estate in this city, personal
property and money, and its' estimated
\ alue is about $>0,000.
o of John loulkes.
Anna Fonikes has liled a petition in
the Superior Court for letters of adminis-
I on tlie estate ol" the late John
Foulkes, A house and loi and son. . for
compriss the estate!, the value of
v. hich i.s thought to be about f 1,400.
Escapes the Penitentiary.
?..rs. Telle-, the mother of Frank _km-
Fe, refuses to sw_*_r to a com
ainsthltn of having placed her
n a housd of ill-fame, and he
PnoF. W. B. RISUfO of the State Uni
versity, and state Analyst, says that "the
Royal Baking Powder has a greater leav
powerthan any other of which he
has knowledge.*" This makes ll the most
economical, as it is al-o the purest.
ScßSTiTtrnoMs of well-known adver
tised articles seem to be the order of the
day. We deem it only justice to our
patrons to warn our readers against this
form of piracy. When you want an
article, ask your merchant or druggist
for h and don't accept a substitute.
What is Scrofula
It is that impurity ln the blood, which, accumn
lating in the glands of tho neck, produces un
lightly lumps or swilling.; which causes painful
routing sores on the arms, legs, or feet; which
developos ulcers in tho eyes, cars, or nose, often
causing blindness or deafness; which is the origin
of pimples, cancerous growths, or many other
msaif. stations usually ascribed lo " humors."
It is a more formidable enemy than consumption
or cancer alone, for scrofula combines tbe worst
possible features of both. Being tho most ancient,
it la t!._ most general of all diseasos or affections,
for very few persons aro entirely freo from It.
How can it bo cured ? By taking Hood's Sarsa
parilla, which, by the cures it has accomplished,
ofteu when other medicines havo failed, has
proven Itself to bo a potent and peculiar medicine
for this disease. For all affections of the blood
Hood's Sarsaparilla is unequalled, and some of the
cures it has effected are really wonderful. If you
suffer from scrofula in any of its various forms,
bo sere to give Hood's Sarsaparilla a trial.
Soldl>yalidn_rpists. fl; six for $5. Trcparedonly
by C. I. HOOD &. CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar
THE WALDRONS SEPARATED.
Rather Sensational Testimony in a
Mrs. Wsldron's Confession of Unfaith
fulness—The Ilusband Charged
"With Extreme Cruelty.
A somewhat sensational divorce suit
was heard by Superior Judge Van Fleet
Ella M. Waldron sued for a legal sepa
ration from her husband, Louis Waldron,
and ior the custody of their six-year-old
daughter, on the ground of the husband's
Waldron filed an answer in which ho
denied each and all of the allegations of
cruelty. lie also put in a cross-com
plaint charging ______ Waldron with cru
elty, including an allegation that she had
been unfaithful to him.
The friends and relatives of the litigants
were on hand in the courtroom in largo
numbers. Mrs. Waldron was repre
sented by Attorney Hiram W. Johnson,
and the husband by Bruner ._ Bruner.
The ease was stubbornly contested on
both sides from the start.
TH E v.li-i.'s story.
Mrs. Waldron was the first witness put
j upon the stand, she testified substan
tially that her husband had frequently,
during their married life, struck her,
called her vile nanus, pulled her hair
and threatened to kill her. One night
during the month of July, she said, he
returned home at an unseemly hour, ac
cused her of infidelity, dragged her out
of bed by the hair and drove her from the
house half-clothed and without shoes.
In addition to all .tins. Mrs. Waldron
said that the condition ot ailairs was
greatly aggravated by the constant inter
ierer.ee and meddling of Waldron's pa
rents, who seemed to have a strong in
fluence over hun. she said that tho com
-1 munity property consisted of a ranch in
j this county, a house and lot on Twenty
i sixth and V streets, a lot in San Francisco
i and about .'•'(' in money which they had
It was during tlie cross-examination
Of Mrs. Waldron that the sensational
part of the proceedings developed. At
torney Brunei-asked her if her husband's
charges that she had been unfaithful
were true. After some hesitation she
said they were. She acknowledged that
she had been intimate several years ago
with G. 11. Ward, who was an Assembly
man hailing from San Francisco. Her
husband had foigiven her, however, aud
they nvod together for y» an afterward.
In going over the details of her hus
band's various acts of cruelty toward her,
Mrs. Waldron said thai two days before
lc,r child was born she desired to go to
her mother's house. Her husband, how
ever, refused to secure a conveyance, and
compelled her to walk a long distance.
completely prostrating her. lie would
not attend her during her illness.
Mrs. lioCormick, Mrs. Waldron'.
mother, corroborated much of her
I'liK IH.SI.AND TK.STIFIKS.
Waldron was an unusually good wit
ness. His testimony was given in a
.straightforward manner, and was devoid
of bitterness. At times when an oppor
tunity presented itself for slipping in a
bit of testimony which would tend to
show that his wife had always been vio
lent and abusive, he would, on the con
trary, say that her onslaughts were not
of frequent happening. He seemed most
grieved over the belief that, since his wife's
intimacy with Ward, the confession and
forgiveness, she had forgotten her prom
ises aud had continued to be unfakhiul.
Sho had spent much of her time at the
bouse of a friend named Mrs. Kendrick.
At that house was a boarder named Jack
Furl, with whom the husband believed
Mrs. Waldron had conducted herself im
properly. She had gone to picnics with
him and had returned somewhat the
worse for liquor, on one occasion when
she returned from Mrs. Kendriek's she
was ornamented with teeth marks ou her
neck and left arm. She admitted that
Furl had bitten her on the neck, but de
clared that the marks on her arm were
made by Mrs. Kendrick, who had pinched
her while skylarking.
The husband then proceeded to relate
how his wife had remained away from
i home over night on several occasions:
! had neglected their child; had neglected
her household duties, and when lie was
sick relused to attend to his wants, being
I absent from the hottse most of the time.
A case of beer was ordered into tlie
house and she drank nearly all of it in a
a MODEL MAN.
On cross-examination by Mr. Johnson,
the husband testiiied that he neither
■ drank, smoked, chewed tobacco, gambled,
stayed out nights, nor said bad words.
He did not exactly consider himself an
angel, yet lie did not know of any vices
he had. Sometimes, when quite nro
voked ho would say "darn."
Alter he had forgiven his wife he had
never mentioned the matter to her again,
S&d tried to forget it. Ho denied that he
had constantly brought the subject op,
when out of humor, in relating the sev
eral occasions on which she had abused
him, Waldron said that once she at-,
tempted to stab him, and at another time
she threw a mush-bowl at him, injuring
his head. <_n neither occasion, be said,
did ne lose his temper, and content-d
himself With reprimanding her. He de
nied that he had ill-treated or neglected
her When sho was about to give birth to
their child. Whenever be made any ob
jections to her conduct, he said, she
would liy into a passion and threaten
When Waldron had concluded his tes
timony, considerable evidence was ottered
to show that Mrs. Waldron had neglected
her duties at home. Mrs. Waldron,
mother of the defendant, testiiied to that
effect- She also said that the child was
Badly neglected. Waldron's lather gavo
Simitar testimony, and so did Mrs. Fer
guson, Waldron's _isler. The latter added
that on one occasion, alter tho Waldron's
had separated, Mrs. Waldron told Tier
that unless Waldron took her hack she
would go to the bad. Tho deposition of
Blanche McCausland was also totheellect
that Mrs. Waldron neglected her home
so.mi: Mom: denials.
When this evidence was all in, the
plaintiff called numerous witnesses to
prove that she was attentive to her child
and a good housekeeper, and to disprove
other assertions made by Waldron.
Mrs. Waldron also took the witness
stand again herself, and denied that she
had over tried to stab her husband, or
tiirew a mush-bowl at him. She never
told Mrs. Ferguson that she would go to
the bad, and never neglected her hus
band when he was sick. She denied also
that she had become intoxicated at pic
nics und did not conduct herself im
properly with Furl. Mrs Kendrick had
pinched her nud lelt black and blue marks
on her, but Furl hud never bitteu her.
The ease of beer which she had indulged
ta was ordered by tho doctor to build her
up. She did not like liquor, and only
took it M a medicine.
Mrs. Kendrick took tho stand and
denied Waldron's assertion that Mrs.
Waldron had spent most of her time at
her (Mrs. Kendrick's) house. Mrs.
Waldron had always acted as a lady in
the presonce of Furl. Tho witness said
she had pinched Mrs. W'aldron's arm,
but denied that sho had bitten her on the
MIIS. WALDROS WINS.
After all the testimony was in both
sides submitted the case without argu
Judge Van Fleet reviewed the testi
mony at length. He said that the evi
dence did not bear out the husband's
counter charges. The facts about the
teeth-marks were vague, and it was quite
proper to presume that they were pro
duced by Mrs. Kendrick's pinching. The
court did not feol vory kindly toward
Waldron for resurrecting the charge of
intidelity against his wile (the charge of>
he.r intimacy with Ward) after the offunse.
had been condoned and they had lived
together for years afterward. Much, if
not all, of the trouble, ho said, could be
attributed to the interference of Wai
dron's parents. Waldron had been too
much in the habit of running to his
parents with complaints, inasmuch as
he lelt satisfied that to deny a divorce to
both parties would do no good—that if
they attempted to live together again the
samo difficulties would arise—the court
said ho would grant the wife's prayer for
a divorce. He gave Waldron the choice
of either giving his wife a half interest in
all of the property oat of paying over to
her the sum of $000. The custody of tho
child was awarded to the mother for the
present, and Waldron was directed to
?ay SIO a month for tho child's support.
Ie was also directed to pay the court
Colored Masons in Session.
At Armory Hall yesterday the thir
teenth annual session of the Colored
(•rand Chapter of tlie Order of Eastern
Star (Adopted Rite of Masonry, for Cali
fornia convened, R. J. Fletcher, M. W.,
Tho representatives present wore:
Queen Esther Chapter, No. 1, Chico, C.
M. Daily; Ada Chanter, No. 2. Sacra
mento, Mrs. Kila Horsey; Pilgrim Chap
ter, No. ."., Stockton, Mrs. Maria Hart and
I. J. Barton; Fresno Chapter, No. 5, K.
Standing committees were appointed,
but these not being prepared to report at
tiie afternoon session, the Chapter ad
journed till this morning.
The ..'rand Jury.
The Grand Jury held a brief session at
the Conrthousa yesterday forenoon, after
which.carriages were chartered and the
whole jury went to the County Hospital
for the purpose of looking Into the
methods of business there. The other
county offices and institutions will bo
examined in their order, and it is In
tended to complete this work before In
vestigating any criminal matt. is.
Probably an Accident.
The discharge of * shotgun about noon
yesterday in the alley "netween I and J,
Second and Third streets, caused quite a
siir in that quarter for sovera! minutes.
A crowd collected, but the afiair seemed
to be shrouded in mystery.
The supposition is that an Italian, who
was seen cleaning a gun in a lodging
house in the alley, accidentally dis
charged the weapon.
First Artillery Regiment.
Colonel Guthrie has a call in the adver
tising columns for the regiment to meet
at ...o o'clock at the armory this even
ing. The march will he taken up at __50
Bell's Auction sale.
Bell __ Co. wil! sell al auction to-day at
10.\. v., at their salesroom. Tenth and J
streets, a large lot of household furniture,
carpets, stoves, ranges, etc.
SAN FRAN CISCO.3 SELFISHNESS.
Commented Upon by an Interior Jour
-tockton Independent, October 20th.]
The merchants of Home are much liko
the merchants of San Francisco. The
lirst are afraid the Pope will remove and
take with the Vatican a large amount of
business, and want the Whole world to
keep the Holy See in Rome. The Ban
Franciscan* are alarmed because other
cities on the coast are attracting much
of the trade they formerly enjoyed, and
want the whole State to In:ip them retain
what they now have. This prompted the
formation of the Traffic Association
which resolved that it is to the interest of
Sau Francisco and the State to maintain
the association, secure better railroad
facilities to the Last, and finish the Nicar
agua canal. There is nothing wrong with
the resolution except the had taste and
h.ck of tact which always causes San
Francisco people to put the city before
the State. With them it is "me"and the
King" always, and "the King" is only
mentioned as the incident.
They want the Nicaragua canal, but
don't want it bad enough to contribute
their share toward its completion. They
want a competing transcontinental rail
road, hat are only willing to contribute
the weight of their words toward getting
one. Tuey urge of the business men of
the State to act in the matter, while they
kindly volunteer to do the talking, plan
ning and reaping or whatever profit
there may be in it. If the people of the
interior should ever be compelled to ac
cept the alternative of committing them
selves to the tender mercies of either tlie
railroad or San Francisco business men,
merchants especially, many would die of
dismay before they could "make a choice
of evils. Tlio raiiroads have done much
for California, and have been well paid
for it. San Francisco merchants have
done nothing ior the State, and have been
enriched by their selfishness. The rail
roads have developed the State. The
merchants of Nan Irancisco have devel
oped nothing but greed.
Gratifying to All.
The high position attained and the uni
versal acceptance and approval of the
pleasant liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of
'•'i<,s, as tlio most excellent laxative
known, illustrate the value of the quali
ties on which, its success is baaed and aro
abundantly gratifying to tiie California
Fig Syrup Company.
Berlin Cough Cure.
For cout.li.-. and colds and all lung and
throat :.Id ..ions this article has Superior
merit. II is perfectly harmless, gives ________
diate relief, aad caret the worst eases in from
two to three days. Indorsed by our best phy
sicians. Try a bottle and you arid always
keep it. Price, 50 cento _ bottle, 'ihe .v. H.
Bone Company, San Francisco, sole propri
etors. Kirk, I tatty & Co.. sole agents. Try C.
C. Liniment ior acnes and pains.
Ai.r. in want or anything in music remem
ber » -toper lui^ the larsp st stock and sells the
cheapest. Mnttmshek Pianos, the best, aiv
md.-tru. .iblc. Cooper's, Seventh and .]. *
IlAMMKii's mußic store, _No. 820 J street.
Bole agency tor Chtekering A sons' pianos,
Clotigh __ Warren organs; alio cheaper makes.*
W DELICIOUS w
NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS.
V_-mlla -"} Of perfect purity.
tail* 11 *■** •*•"*■»■
Aimond -| Economy,n th««r «so
Roseetc_rl Flavor as delicately
and deliciously as the fresh fruit.
WALLING—In this city, October ISth, to the
wile of J. C. Walling, a son. •
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When ahe became Hiss, she clung to Castoria.
When the had Children, she gave them Castoria.
(&haxtseo foe ■$. ematcrck, gu Inn S (Co
TO-DAY AT 9:3© A.^ M;,
SPECIAL SjPILE OF
Corset Waists, Ribbons and Handkercliiefs.
Ferris Bros., the well-known Corset Waist manufacturers,
recently had a fire in their factory. Such goods as were not
destroyed were stamped " Damaged by water" and sold at auc
tion. In most cases the damage was slight, and we bought
quite a quantity of the goods. We offer them at following
Ferris Bros.' Corset Waists, for babies and chil
dren, chiefly in white, 25e.
Same as above, in better grades of white, for chil
dren and misses, 3Sc.
Ferris Bros.' Corset Waists, for ladies, 65c.
Ferris Bros.' Hair-filled Bustles, in popular
shapes and superior make, 25c.
We shall also sell at the same time:
Ladies' White Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, in
sheer material, 3c each.
All-silk Grosgrain Ribbon, a little over an inch
wide, 5c a yard. Cream, plush, tan, sapphire,
cardinal and heliotrope.
NEW FALL DRESS PATTERNS.
We have an excellent assortment of fine Novelty Suits,
Camels' Hair Effects aud rich Broche Novelties.
BLACK PATTERN SUITS.
Rich Silk Embroidered Henrietta Dress Pattern, $rj 50.
Imported Novelty Black Suit, Guipure Lace effect, £35.
Satin Embroidered Black Dress Pattern, $28 50.
Effective Embroidered Black Suit, £25.
Imported Black Camels' Hair Dress Pattern, with silk tufted
Black Silk Warp Henrietta Cloths, from $1 25 to $2 a yard.
Black Bedford Cord, 30 inches wide, $1.
We recommend our Heavy Black Diagonal Cloth where a strong
durable winter dress is required. Service is combined
with rich appearance in this cloth, 40 inches wide. Price,
f 1 25 a yard. dress goods department.
Weinstock, Lubin & Co.
400 to 412 X St., Sacramento.
Something New in Patent Rockers,
Covered In Velvet Carpet, with Woven Wire Seats.
See Our New Spindle Back Patent Rocker at #3 50.
SOME ELEGANT PATTERNS IN THREE-PLY AND
CHAS. M. CAMPBELL, 409 X St.
FURJVIXTJRE AND CARPETS.
W. D. COMSTOCK,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IX
iFURNITURE, BEDDING, MIRRORS, ETC.
i SOI _T__d SQ3 X Street. Corner Rift Hi.
W. F. Purnell, 609 J Street.
HARM W. RIVETTJS» Sl*pet Cleaniß^Woifc:
I S. .V. Cor. Twelfth and O Sts. Telephone 208.
SACRAMENTO LUMBER (MM,nU^rr»Sr
MAIN OFFICE—Second atreet. L apd M. YARD—Front and R street-. Sacramento.
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Xl taxes on all personal property secured by
real estate, and one-half of the taxes on all
real property, .. ill he due on the Fll.sT MON
DAY INr OCTOBER, 1891, and will be
Delinquent on the Last Monday in
Next thereafter, at f> o'clock r. m„ and unless
paid prior thereto 15 per cent, will be added
to the amount thereof, and if said one-half be
not paid before the last Monday ln April,
189_, at 6 o'clock r. M., an addnioual 5 tier
cent will be added thereto. The remaining
one-half of the taxes on all real property will be
payable on andafter the FIRST MONDAY IN
JANUARY, 1892. and will be delinquent on
the LAST MONDAY IN APRIL next there
after, at 6 o'clock p ____, nud unless _;atd prior
ther.'to S per cent, will be added to the
amount thereof. All taxes may be paid at the
time the fir .t installment is due If so desired.
State and county taxes will be recti v. . at
the office of tho County Tax Collector, north
west corner of I and Seventh streets, in the
City of Sacramento, on and after
M ONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1891.
1 1.-2w LBE STANLEY. Tax rolloetor.
THE VERY LATEST DISPATCHES WILL
be found in ths RECORD-UNION.
Has Jiigt received a flno
lino of tho latest styles in
W O O L, X N S
For the Holiday Trade.
Elegant Business Suits,
_oMo_ & from $20 to $35.
Pants tcf-SSlr from S3 to SJ2.
_»%& frcm .20 to $35
Samples of Cloth and
Rules for Self-measure
ment sent FREE to any
No. 600 J St., cor. Sixth,
Weak Men ana Women
CHOULD USB I» AM lANA BITTER*
*-* the Great Mexican Remedy; ctves ileaiti!
an(. StreL-cth to the Sexual Organs.
| J. HAHX & CO.. 430 J Street. A_xet___
far*. *ccUt-ncou ».
N Envoi's AFFECTIONS MANIFEST
themselves in various lonns, and Ail nre
sufficiently distressing, but aervoas debility
ov seminal makaess _____ one of the very worst
The disease conies on so insldiou.lv nnd grad
ually timt the victim of vouthfw toll r
later excesses does not realise his or ber dan
ger until th. miscbief Is done. Then tba
struggle common c. s.
The body loses its \ iter, geta tired eri-ilyand
grows thin in flesh, nuntal .ve__-_u»_s comes
on witli defective memory.confusion ol
and despondency, the'eves lose tli. ;r luster
and the whole wretched appearance tnd leaf.
tht gradual breaking down.
In 'he hands or experienced, conscientious
ami skilful physicians even yet there is hope
of averting the disaster, as scores of men and
women can tesilfv. This is what Mr. Henry
Petersen, OJO X streot, ___> s.
"For aaany years I was afflicted with ner
vous prostration of a verj pron dnced char*
acter. ami had trii d so man-. and rem
etfics withoul oB tainlng a cure that I had
about given upall hope. Aa I fasti-.
sort I placed myself raider tivaimmt :.! the
Doctor Williams' Dispensary, i bega_Tt-Tm>
prove at once, and novr'l
oared and : , .
weight, I tec 1 lil.oa new m:.i_."
11 the ..::_:. of physicians at the POCTOR
WILLIAMS' DISPENSARY cannotoar ■ jroa,
yon will v.a-t.' your time an i money trying
elsewhere. Every chat treated.
CATARRH, catarrhal deal ol taste
or smell, bronchitis, and all throat and lung
diseases permanentiv cured.
NERVOUS DEBILITY, resulting from
errors o f youth, marital 1 j ■ ■._ a:il
causing exhausting drains, u>-s of mem
ory, ambition end manly 1 ow< r, Impedimenta
to marriage, ond wrecking the victim men
tally and physically.
BLOOD AND si.IN diseases, such as
Scrofula. Byphllls, Uloers, blotches-, affecting
body, throat ami bones, are speedily ana
thoroughly eradicated from thesvstem.
URINARY AND KIDNEY troubles, pain
ful, too frequent, difficult or badly-colored
urin.', pains in the back, Stricture, Var r
andall private dlseas. t CURED !OU LIFE.
Young, middle-aged or old men suffering
from the effects of follies and ( scesse restored
to perfect health, manbood and \
\\ c are regnlarl. educated physicians and
-nrgeons, graduate- ol iia> best English and
Am. ri. an Colleges, with peculiar Skill and ex
perience in treating the above-mentioned atl
m. nts. This is i>ro\ en l>y the numerous cur.s
efliite.l, and to which we point with ; ilds.
CONSULTATION, EXAMINATION AND
ADVICE FREE. A pharmacy is attached
and all prescrlpUona tin- d free 1
our bnslnees is condncted with tho
gpt-MStOSt aeoreoy, and wo publish tes
timonials only at tho request Of pa
tients, Horn's, !♦ A. M. to I I. M. and
GtoB P. AI. Sundays, lo A. M. to t_
DOCTOR WILLIAMS' DISPENSARY,
<il - J_ Street. Sacramento. _____
ALL SIZES AND PRICES.
We __sk you to judge for your
self and you will say our assort
ment is the best in the city.
There is only one profit between
you and us, as we buy direct
from the largest manufacturers
of the East in carload lots.
Old ns well ns Now Stoves pnt up by
Tinning, Roofing nnd General Repair
SIO _T Street,
STOVES, HARDWARE, FINE
CUTLERY AND HOUSE
S_2o J Street,
Between Fifth and Sixth,
485-Branch house of San Francisco
-J. -SCHrSTERR & CO.
(Successors to Postel & Schnerr),
Nos. 1111 and 1113 Front Street, Sacramento, Cai.
"PROPRIETORS CAPITAL SODA WORKS
JL and General Agents Fredericksburg llrew
lug Company, dealers in Wines, Imported
Mineral Waters. Carbonated Drinks, Flasks,
Our Sarsaparilla, Iron and Vichy Water and
California Orange Cider still lead on this
toast on account of their hoalthfulnes*, purity,
delicate flavor and keeping qualitie..
____>-Beware of lrr*espon.sll>lo parties,
who, under all sorts ol" misrepresenta
tion, offer for sale similur hut vastly
Inferior coods made ln outside towns.
Sportsmen's Headquarters. >___%_____»**
WENRY ECKHART, MANU-
JLi. lacturer and Importer of _4_r^E^^_.
tiuns. Rifles, Pistols. Fishing""s^ "
Tackle, and sporting Materials of every de
p_ription. Guns choke-bored, stocks bent, and
repairing on guns and rifles a specialty. s-._id
for price-list. No. 5_3 X street. Sacramento.
S. "W. Corner Seventh and X Sts,,
J. S. O'CaLLAGHAN, Proprietor,
Druggist and Apothecary.
TCE CREAM SODA, WITH ALL KIXDS OP
I fruit flavors. Also, all kinds of Mineral
Wfttera. J717 ._.___•