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STILL HANGING FIRE.
Why tho Improvement of D Street Does Not Go Ahead. A Grovrl About Old and New Survey*— Storace of OH—J Street Must Walt. The proposition to grade and gravel D street is apparently destined to g City Trustei 9 considerably mental worry before it is finally n A petition was duly placed before tlie . ;o, and it looked like -ailing unti! C. Ackerman, whoowns some property on that street, ra rumpus. lie declared thai City Engineer Co d, insnrve. street and mark . etc, was trying to cut oil some of his (Ackerman's property. Heclaimed that ■i city survey Bhould be alio stand, or else he would make ti even though the old survey would give the si. c - '>'• Tne matter up regularly every Monday now for several weeks, and Ai-K I.hM.VN WAS ON DECK Each time with his "ki'-k.'' the result invariably being a postponement. Mr. ted in vain that his sur veys had nothing to do witii Mr. Acker man's propert] and that they only de termined tbe positions of the curbings, and he is backed ap by the City Attor ney. But as a suit is pending in the courts, which is said to involve Borne of ■ I was prevailed Upon to wait, even though li ..treet was a veritable sea of mud. Of course the petition came up again at yesterday's session, and immediately '..d Mr. Ackerman take ids coat oil for i, figuratively speaking. He was backed up by a remonstrance sigi numerous persons owning property be tween Fifteenth and Sixteenth street. He again declared himself in a sb and then gave waj to John Rider who talked against Ackerman's proposition to >taud by the old lines. Air. Rider de clared that there were ready no old lines, for in times gone by everybody fixed their own lines tea certain extent. Messrs. Ackerman and Rider got into a wrangle over the attair, and for quite a while the Trustees leaned back in their chairs and list) ned to the repartee. Engineer Boyd finally got a word in edgewise, to tin - Heel that the street was impassable and should be attended to at once. He assured the board that it had nothing whatever to do with the lot lines as complained of by Mr. Ackerman. Trustees Green and (onklin were in la\or at first of going right ahead with the improvement, but the Mayor de clared himself "loi'iii-t" this, and argued for de ay and turned them. On the Maj - _;'s motion the whole mailer was laid over lor two weeks. Oil STORAGE AGAIN. Chief Engineer (iuthrie of the Fire De partment appeared before the board and male i report with reference to the petition of th'- Sullivan-Kelly < om ]iany lor permission to store coal-oil in their warehouse, at the Corner of Fifth and 1 street.-. Ue said be saw no reason why he should change his original de cision against the petition, and therefore made tile same recommendation over again. on motion of Mr. Conkliu tiie Chief's report was adopted. Mr. Couklin then asked the Chief what his judgment was with reference to the company's petition to store the oil in another building on the northwest corner of Second and i streets. The Chief said be had no objec tion to this corner, so on motion of Mr. Conklin. this petition was granted. A petition was received from Clans Feldbausen, asking the board for permis sion to move a frame building from the corner of Eighth and L streets, and to move two more cottages back a number of feet, in order to make room for a new two-story brick building. Chief Guthrie read the ordinance cov ering such cases. The law is that build ings eannm be moved at all unless alto gi ther. without permission of ihe' Trus d Chief. He said he was satisfied he petition* m ing a hand some structure, and as the moving oi the two cottages would not increase the dan ger Of lire in trie least, he lor one was in favor of granting tiie petition. Tiie board agreed with the Chief, and voted affirmatively. J STREET MUST WAIT. K. A. Burr, s. Roth an 1 several other opposers to the proposed J-street asphalt improvement scheme were on hand with ii i.ig stulled club, so to speak, re.: that project. As soon as the Mayor called the matter up the club swished' through the aiv an-i the scheme was dead. The remonstrance was referred to and a com parison of figures as to the frontage owned by signer- of tin' petition and remon strance showed that ihe latter was in the majority. Mr. Green heaved a sigh and moved that the remonstrance be ace; pled. The motion was carried ami Burr. Roth and company made a triumphal exit. Street Commissioner Green reported that he had it from Superintendent ■>. !;. Wright that the railroad company would remove its scales at the north end of sixth street,which property-owners have been complaining of. 1. C. Chandler addressed the board -with reference to the R-street en -sing at Fifth and Sixth >. reels. He said tlie r::ii tny's franchise compelled it to keep the crossings in repair in order to enjoy the occupancy of the levee. Ihe matter was referred to the .Street Commis sioner. John Syndenmeyer presented a com munication in which ho complained that, by action of diiitr city or county, his parcel cf land was under water during the rainy season. He set forth that he was the owner of lots 3 and lon M - between Twenty-nine and Thirtieth, and that the city or county removed earth lrom his side of the street to fill up the other. The consequence Is that he has to to rea -h los domain, lie as- its that be is taxed as much for his overflowed land as ins neighbors on hi_rh ground, and threatens that ii some r Hi . is not offered, ho will refuse to pay ms taxes or will bring suit against the city. TO CALX, FOB • Clerk Young was directed by the board to advertise for bids tor supplies for the Nothing to Be Desired Every Flavor made by Dr. Price has the peculiar taste characteristic of the fruit from which it is obtained, and im parts to cakes, paddings, sauces or creams such a delicious and grateful flavor that their use really leaves nothing to be desired. We have yet to see the housewife - __ who has used Dr. Price's Designs Flavoring Extracts of Lemon?ba^ c ' Nectarine or Vanilla, who •!__*»* de" lighted with them. THEPJiffif. , OF DR. PRICE'S FLAVORS is en dorsed by the leading chem ists and heads of the great universities of this continent. City Prison; also for the city advertising. All bids for building a sewer in the alloy. Fifth aud Sixth, P and <_. were re ject d. Chief of Police J. B. Kodgors pre sented his report for the month of No vember. Number of arrests during tho month, 192- sent to County Jail, 19; Bent ital, 5: en route to state Prison, 4; en route to other cities, 5; held remaining m jail No-. - ami r i f - furnished during the month, 1,595; lodgings ; . :-. money received, ; un,ney expended, _J._ 25; money on hand, November 3 I, .-'■-. i- bO. 1.1.Nc 1.1.N' - S. Mayer Comstock reported to the board that papers had been -r-r\ed up n him in a suit eommeneed by L. M. 1. D against the city for $6,000, the amount of damag a Linct In alii . - is sustained from tho city's sewage. The Mayor said I turned the matter over to I ity At torney Hart and the latter said ho had a great deal t,, do and would be unable to attend to the matter unassisted. H would issary to employ some body to help Mr. Hart, (in motion of Mr. i onklin, the matter j of employing additional counsel was re ferred to the Mayor, with power to act. W. 1.. Gerber, City Treasurer, made the foUowin . linancial statement for tho month of -November: balance on hand November l_r__sll9,o Receipts during month 13,618 5(1 Total $132,718 55 w arrant? paid f 18,036 1 0 ins paid 3,000 00 To a! disl.in- its 71,636 50 ■ 'iih.r Ist -a 1,082 Oo EVERYBODY'S COLUMN. Correspondence of Interest to the General Public ! " M. ■ N Will ■rl i i ters from - - ats on erosl to the .en ral pui lie. The matter in the- • c . ions will lerstood to i -- nl only the \ lews of the i' t. All communications must be ac aled by the name of the writer, nol for publication, unless su desin a, butas a guaran tee of good mi.in. t apltoi Park Trees. Eds. Record-Union-: I have read with agood deal of interest tho discussion now going on tliiiugh the columns of the id-Union in regard to the kind of trees that should be planti d around Capi tol Park, but there is one tiling which I think should not be overlooked. If it is contemplated to plant large shade trees along the narrow strip of grass winch lies between the cemi nt sidewalks and the curbstones alongside the streets, i be lieve the trees I" be planted should be deep-rooting, if any. Otherwise, in a few years the roots will run underneath the walks and upheave i nd destroy them and the curbing likewise. 1 notice as I pass along the streets that parlies are now engaged ail over the city in dicing up the shade trees which stand near their stone walks, to prevent this very thing, as 1 take it. C. P. The Mountain Maple. Ens. Recokd-Union: In addition to the numerous suggestions of trees for • 'apitol Taik, I would like to name the mountain maple of California, It is quite as beautiful as the 1.astern maple, but it is, I believe, a distinct tree, pecul iar tv this coast, if not to the State, it is not an evergreen, bpt the changes In the •i Us foliage from spring to fall are varied, bright and attractive, its leaves are almost as large as those of the fig tree, aud it would make an ornamental and graceful shade tree. i do uot know that it is adapted to tho lower levels, as I have never seeu it ex cept in mountain and loothiil regions, but it is of rather rapid growth and hardy. If the California or mountain maple will bear transplanting it will prove a \ cry handsome aud unique addi tion to the park. Mod-Itadieeb. JUSTICE HANDICAPPED. Criminals Escape While Their Victims Hunt lor Warrants. Scarcely a night passes .but there are applications for warrants for the arrest of offenders of all sorts made at the police I station at hours when there i.s no one present with authority to issue them. Two such eases occurred last evening about (i o'clock, and the jailer in charge could only refer the persons to Judge Cravens, who might be found at his home ai a long distance lrom tho station. Very frequently tne offender in such cases is located and could be readily ap . but by the time the com plaining party spoil'is a few hours in bunting vii some'in- with authority to issue a warrant he either drops the mailer disgusted, or is unable to find the o tlender. Certain it is that most country towns I with a few hundred inhabitants are pro vided with officials who can issue war rants and serve them in less time than it lakes to lind au official dignitary in the region of the police station with sufficient authority to make an arrest. By the time the Judge, the City Attor ney, or the Court Clerk is found, and an : is provided with a warrant, a cul prit has time enough to blow up the city or kill oil'all Ids enemies anil then make good bis escape. Under the law as it,now re is no apparent remedy, as neither the Judge, City Attorney "nor Police court Clerk can be expected to be I at the police station night and day. A YOUTHFUL CROOK. Held to Answer tor Burglary—Trink ets of Small Value. John Morse, a young man of 18 or 20 of age, was examined lie!'ire Judge (ravins iv tiio Police Court yesterday for burglary. He is charged with having entered the room of A. Wood in tho Tre mont Hotel last week and taking a watch and a comb, and was arrested bj 0 Ahem. • Morse waa rooming in the hotel on the third floor, while Wood's room was on cond lloor. The latter identified the comb, which was tound in Morse's -.on. as his property, and stati i the art taken during the night v. bile lie was The proprietor of the hotel testified to having seen Morse near Wood's room, . Zetnansky testified to having il from Morse the watch, described I j A ood, for si 50. Morse refos id to make a statement,and .v to answer to the Superior Court, with bail lixed a- fl, Native Sons' Election. Granite Parlor, No. 83, of Folsom, has lb follows: J. B.Leonard, Fast President; Thad 3. McFarland, ['resident; .!. F. Burke, First Vice- President. O. S. Kenyon, Second Vice- L»resident; James Donnelly, Third Vice eat. H. M. Smith, Secretary; Will Carpenter, Marshal; F. I*. Buruham aud Charles Inholi, Trustees. _—, -»- World's Fair Matters. Ex-Lieutenant-Goveraor John Daggett nt Siskiyou County and Robert .M.Mur ray of Nevada County, World's Fair Commissioners from tiie First and Second District., were in the city yesterday and consulted uuh the Governor in rele to California's display at the World's Fair. Three Superior Judges. Aaßer_.blyman-.lect Anderson thinks : thero should be three .Superior Judges to j the litigation of this county, and lid he will introduce a bill in the autre providing for another Jn is no doubt thai three able-bodied j - could do the wi ► Sent to the Hospital. A woman named Belle Weber, who has : beeu lying ill at the police station, was • .-.lay removed to the County Hos- Her condition is owing to disai- I'lt.il. .tinued for several years. pation eon , _____ tronblea ami coughs use Fob throw !lial Xroches. Tbeypos- Brown's Lion, J * , _._s real merit. SACRAMENTO DATLY BECOHP-rXKyST, TFESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1892.-SIX PAGES. DENZER'S INJURIES. His Suit for Damages Against the State Fair Directors. i A Jury Impaneled—Motion for a Non suit Denied—Secretary Smith Testifies. The suit of Michael Denzer against the mem bare of the State Agricultural Society I for fso,ooodamage* was eommeneed be- I lore Superior Judge Catlin yesterday. Deuzer is an elderly gentleman, who ! occupied a seat on the "bleacher" benches | just north of the grand stand at Agri cultural Park oue day during the Stato I Fair of 1891 when the seats lell. one of I his hips was fractured, and ho was laid ap for several week., as were numerous otiiers who were injured in the wreck. An exciting "hoes-race" was in progress at the time, and tlie stand was quite, crowded. It was decided thata jury should pass upon the merits of the case and the fore noon of yesterday was taken up In itn ling the necessary twelve. The fol lowing named were chosen: Samuel Kingsbury, Charles Grondona, J. 11. Roe, Joseph Guth, Richmond Davis, George Sermonet, W. W. White, M. Wilson, .. 11. j,,y, .'.l. Hanrahan, Felicia Uabrielli and Alex \\ ill 1a:..-. Deuzer was represented by Clinton L. White and Charles N. Cost, while \. ' Hart, Jud C. Brusie and \V. li. Layson ap] eared for tin- society. At the afternoon session Mr. White marie the opening statement lor the plaintiff, telling the jury what he cx i to prove. He would show, ho said, that Denzer as will as the public was invited to the fair, had paid ids ad mission, and waa entitled to a safe seat where he could witness the races; but that, instead, he was injured by the col lapse ni seats that should have 1 een safe When Mr. White had concluded, At torney Layson, on behalf of the defense, moved for a nonsuit on several grounds. He said the plaintiff had not set forth that the defendants were uot Directors of of the State Agricultural Society, and that the members were not in duty bound to furnish a safe seat. Mr. Layson then proceeded to ciie numerous authorities and consumed considerable time. He argued that public officers in the discharge of their duties are not habie personally for any accidents that might occur while in tho discharge of such duties. Not only this, but they \ ere not liable even lor damage occurring through the fault of any agent or em ploye under their direction. Denzer, ho said, should have taken a seat in the propei place—in the grand stand. In stead of this, however, he occupied an entirely different stand, one that was provided for the use of stablemen, rub bers and ether employi s. At the conclusion of Mr. Layson'sar gument Judge Catlin denied tiie motion and ordered the trial to proceed. Edwin I', smith. Secretary of the so ciety, was called to tho witness-stand by the plaintiff and testified at length re garding the identity of tho members of the society; the powers of the society: how the State allowance and fair receipts are expended; how much money was on hand for repairs at the lime of the acci dent, etc. Mr. Smith said that none of the state allowance can be expended for repairs; that this money, under the law, must all go for premiums, 'ihe society had no money lor repairs prior to the fair, aud the only way any improvements o-.uld be made was with money advanced by the members of the society. The ease will be resumed to-day. RAIN, OR SHINE? Tho Barometer Is on a .lag-, aud tho Weather Is Unsettled. The Weatkor Bureau reports show the highest and lowest temperatures yester day to have been 52° and 33°, with a very heavy frost and cloudless skies up to 10 A. M., when clouds of a milky white ness made their appearance, after which timo tlie sky was more or less cloudless. The barometer rose- quite rapidly dur ing Sunday night, receding at a p. .«. Sunday to 30.05 inches, while at 5 a. m. v sterday it had risen to 30:22 inches, a rise of .17 of an inch In twelve hour.-, and wbs still rising. It reached 30.24 inches at .". p. at. Sudden and rapid changes in the ba rometer are .-dgns leading toward unset tled weather. lt may be winds and cloudy weather or it may be wind, clouds and rain, lt was raining yesterday morn ing ats a. m. from ttoseburg, Or., down to tho ('alilornia State line. The highest and lowest temperatures one year ago yesterday were 54 and 28 , and one year ago to-day 50° and .2°. The temperature, wind, weather and raiu (where any fell) up tos p. m. voter day were as follows for the stations named: (ilympia—44°, southwest, clear and no rain. Spokane Fails—2B°, south, cloudy and .02 oi an inch. Walla Walla—3B , southwest and cloudy. Fort Canby—44 ', east, cloudy and .08 of an inch. Portland—42°, south, cloudy and .06 of an inch. Roseburg—42°, north, clear, with a sprinkle of rain. Eureka ■■■ , calm and cloudy. Bed Bluff—46 , west, and partly cloudy. Sacramento—46 , north and cloudy. Sau l-'raiii-i-.-o—is , west and cloudy. i bu barometer in Washington and Ore gon is now on the rise. I . i cloudy weather may be due to tbe cold OI^K ENJOY"® Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, bead aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in it- action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any Eubstitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. __ SAN FRAHCtSCO. CAL. fsmifim, a* «_ m. %m, && . wave in conjunction with the high ba- j remoter, with such a great amount of! moisture in the air that it is rapidly con- ; densed into clouds by the extreme cold high up iv the air. RATTI LOSES. A Snlt to Recover Money on a Machin ery Contract. The suit of William Gutenberger against Lorenzo Batti to recover _4.< i, due for work and material furnished on a traction engine belonging to Batti, was beard by Superior Judge Johnson yester day. The defendant moved for a nonsuit, but tbe motion was denied; then alter the testimony for the plaintiff was in the de lendant moved for a dismissal, but this, too, wns denied. Then the evidence for the defense was taken. Tne court gay. judgment for the plaint iff lor $_:i2 ,"_:. it was further decided ; that, according to the contract entered ; into between the parties, the balance of ! the amount sued for would not be due , for six mouths. With Bare Knuckles. A Mexican named Sanchez and a youth who drives a delivery wagon foranup | town grocery, quarreled in a saloon on X Street, between Seventh and Eighth, last night about 10 o'clock,aud, adjourning to tin-sidewalk, started in to settle it with 'bare knuckles. The engagement was quite lively for a few minutes, Sanchez getting considerably the worst of it. His opponent got him down and was thump ; iu,^ him merrily when bystanders inter- I lered. There were no arrests. Silverware, Furniture, Ete. On Wednesday, the 14th, at 10 a. m., Bell, Greer & Co. will hold a great combi nation auction sale at their salesrooms, .1 street, near Tenth. Among the articles to be sold are silverware, clocks, fancy chairs, fancy rockers, furniture of all kinds, a line piano, elegant mantel mir ror, Brussels anel Moquet carpets, "il paintings, stoves and a great variety of choice goods. Grand Jury In Session. The Grand Jury met yesterday and spent tiie forenoon in mapping out its work for the week, ln the afternoon the inspection of the various county ollices and institutions was commenced, tbe County Jail being the first place visited. Expert Brown is stiil at work on the county books. Held to Answer. John and Willam Taylor have been held to answer charges of assault to mur der before the Superior Court by Justice Smith of isicton. iioth were released on ¥1,000 bail each. The Taylors had some trouble with ono John Hatpin, and struck him over the head with a shotgun. Examination of Teachers. County School Superintendent Howard announces that the examination of appli cants lor teachers'certificates will com mence at the Perry Seminary building at b:'M a. m. on Monday next, the 1.-th inst. Wieger's Case continued. Judge Catlin yesterday postponed the hearing of the motion for a new trial for Charles Wiener -convicted of having ob tained goods by laise pretenses—until next Friday. ■ ♦ ■ Over the Feather. Yesterday the bridge over the leather River opposite Yuba City, which was washed out during the freshpt a week ago, was repaired, and trains now run regularly by Yuba City, T w en i . ->■ i v E cents for a box of Beech a.m's Pills worth a guinea. Write to Cooper for anything in tbe musical live. * U___D. OOK.DANO —In this city. December llth, Fe)lppo Cordano, a native of Italy,agedl7 years. - months and t i da Sip-Friends and auquaintanci s are respect fully Invited to attend the mm ral froi denoe of parents, Sixth street, between M and N streets this afternoon al _ o'clo k; thence to Car Cathedral, Eleventh and 1_ stri eis. where funeral services will be held. - Kl'l'A —In this city, December I2tb, Bertie D., wife ol K. Rupa, a native of Germany, aged 3. yean, '. months and 38 days. «_ Funeral notice hereafter. i I.AILI. :n this city, DecenitN r 12th, Allien, iniaiit son of Qeorge and Ella ciaik.aua tlve of bacramento, aged l months and _y days. Cod-liver oil suggests con sumption; which is almost un fortunate. Its best use is be fore you fear consumption— when you begin to get thin. Consumption is only one of the dangers of thinness. Scott's Emulsion of cod liver-oil makes the thin plump, and the plump are almost safe. Let us send you a book on careful living—free. Scott .Powne,Chemists, i-..South -,th Vveniis, New \ ork. Your druggist keeps Scott's Emulsion of cod-liver oil—ail -bntggß-- everywhere do. $1. at 3M*C.tPU<r. _PITJCTIO2S_ SjQILE Valuable Residence Property, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC. U TE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION, VV on the pi_i t, u■-ar Twenty-third, on WEDNESDAY, December 1 Hi., at 10:_0 n'clocK, as follows: REAL EST ATE -The Elegant Residence oi CHRIS WAGNER. Lot X iclGO, v Itli stor. ni; residence thereon, having marble mantels, .is. stationary wwiiutan i old '.van r. Hne stable, ..■ .■. I ■ irriago house, etc This is one of the prettie. dences in Sacramento, and Till positive, be sold to the biglu st Wddi r without reserve or l init. FURNITURE- SiiFine Bedroom Sets, Mattres ■ . I-. . ension Tables, Lounges, stoves ianges, i-'mc Oil Paintings, anu a g meral assortment of Parlor, ESedroom, Dining-room and Kitchen Furniture. Also, about T< n Cords of Live dak Wood. Sales pi sitive 1). J. SIMMONS & <■< ' Auction rriO-it Salesroom, cor. Eleventh and J sts. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE Real . Estate AUCTION. Wednesday, Dec. 14th, AT 11 A. _t_, ON THE PREMISES, I A.M instructed by B. I . Steinman, adminis trator of the 1 state of P. F. DOLAN, di t'i sell the north 110 feet of n,s: Itali No. 1, D and E, Fourteenth ani Fifteenth streets, together with the One double (nunc of ii rooms each, rented al Sl4 per month each. This property Is in a growing district aud should attract the attention of Vioking tor aa Investment as well as a home. Fur terms and conditions s c legal notice. B tr. an . W. H. Dkvux, Attorneys for i-rraior. \V. H. SHERBURN, Auctioneer. | ________J!g»gc^_jlait B for jgtJgtnatock, jCtthin & ©o. ULII STORES Wttl BHIAH. OPEN EVENINGS UNTILB O'CLOCK.SATURDAYS 10O'CLOCK. THE TIME IS NOW. The time to buy Holiday Goods is this week. a Q k sortrnents are at their brightest and best, and there is more time and room to see every thing than there will be later on. Those who come in the mornings will find the store less busy than in the afternoons. W ii 111 ffiOS. The advantages we offer to Clothing buyers are telling and important. They arise in part from our ability to get the best the country affords, and from the determination to so suit customers as to have their trade permanently. One of the first questions which W_m buyers ask about clothing is, "How -will it wear?' The point ytt'''^ is a vital one. Much hinges upon k_~^Jf it- Clothing that falls short in _^_W_mkr>- quality is costly at any price. It jflHHft, is true it is hard oft times to detect H, poor clothing. When new it is lgflipßHßB|Kp& likely to be so ironed and pressed into shape as to look better than 1 realiy is. How is the buyer to ;• '^aknow how it will wear and keep IWshape after the lirst newness is /Jf worn off? How is he to tell V ■y;y. > ' , J "whether, like a well-built house, V^'if;-:.'-;•'•' j it is thoiroughly stayed in those .\ parts which are closed to the eye? Mm He can't, except by buying and v/earing. With most people B||HB_P Clothing is too costly an item of Wnjmmg dress to experiment with. MffffJH Unlike most dealers, v/e have iliPillf nearly all our Clothing made to Jf'WrfM order. pick out our manu mi'Wi faeturers. We pick out our cloth. iliillH V/e say how this kind of a suit ' ' i is to be made and how that. If, - '--Mm^-^-L v/hen tlie coats, trousers, or ' #7 '^^ whatever they may be, are done, &f they are not up to the standard of excellence, back they go to tne makers. Peo ple look to us for the best goods, and we cannot afford to keep anything else. In point of price our Clothing will be found, quality considered, always as low, and in most cases lower, than that of other dealers. In point of style and fit it ranks second to none, many of the leading manufacturers of the country being engaged upon our work. This season our stock of all kinds of Clothing is unusually large, and we are sure it will pay anyone in need of goods in this line to see what we have. WEINSTOCK, LUBIN & CO. AGENTS FOR STANDARD PAPER PATTERNS. 400 to 412 X Street, Sacramento, Cal. TT TOT TH? XT (~^ TP T"\ T TIT T"~_ Carload New Bedroom £ (J UO 1 Jr\_L__V_yX__l V J—i-LJ boards. Hat Racks. Fancy Desks and Chairs, Parlor Sots, Etc. All the latesi styles and at lower prices than ever sold for in Sacramento. Cll.\_ 11. CAMPBELL, ID'J X ST. \ _^_\\^g_\__ FOR. A XMAS PRESENT GO TO MRS. M. A. PEALER'S, 619 to 623 J Street, And select for your WIFE, MOTHER or SISTER a nice new BONNET or HAT. It will please her more than anything else you can «et. FRFF PORTRAITS and FRAMES! IS f& B^BB ISiM-l r"n'-1 ,1M at f";,f' & prK>tr>frraph of yourself, or any rirmN-r of your family, .Muff m^^imms "■"■"'■■ or dtful.an-. we will make yoa from it an enlarged Portrait, with frt-np Maplata, ■MalaMi free- fifctiarsc. This oir. ris m»«i.' In order to Introdoce oar new Portrait! aad Framei in j ,:r vtetotty. Put your name ai : . Idn .on back of photos, and send it to BROOKLYN ART UNION, 627 Murcy Aye., cor. Hart 3t.| Brooklyn, f.. V. Refer you to any bunks in t__U city. $1,000 PREMIUM T will pay to the person wlio will produce a complete DOMESTIC SEWING IXTjOs-CHIINE felZlirJ^Sb Which, in my hands and care, refuses to run li jhl and do i'^V'Ji work as good as an^ new Domestic Machine. B 'ma a f: >j._l£t_\ new Sowing Machine see the NEW "AUTOMATIC DOMES- P* :\__i '' ' '^^^iW TlC,*' the only shuttle machine ma king the automatic chain stitch, as well as its famous lockstitch;" the only machine ~'iW v -_JsQ*±r attachments. With the chain stitch you may sew lh jSt§s!; UP a uarnient, if it does not fit you can easily pull out the ill read , make the n change a nd then sew up with shuttle "^'■"S C^ stitch. This is an immense advantage over other m; \vn*H ing you vi rt ually t\--< > machines for the price of one. Sold , on installments. Old machines taken in exchange. Atrial at your home A. *J. PO X/! IVI l_Z R, 331 J Street, Oor. Ninth carted FMs__eq_ BARGAINS i LADIES FRENCH KID SHOE., Narrow -widtlis, A.T o'B_E^l_E__nT'S -607 J Street. -2 pairs E P. Kecd S Co. French Kid Button Shoes. ri-—^J' Trice, 5> Reduced to >*3. Sizes z\ to 6. Widths, ~7fl AA, A and B. Oo pairs E. P. Uodje & Co. French Kid Button Shoes, &yi \ Price, >".. Reduced to 5. 50. Sizes 2. to 6. j$ fcvi<!*^\ Widths A and B. j&-***Jtt \ \ 00 pairs Lewis, Murr & Co. Fine French Kid Button !l — r ~-^ sa r~~^t Shoes. Price, >_;. Reduced to $250. Sizes 2* \__~J to 6. Widths A, B and C. 120 pairs Ladies' Fine Dongola Button Shoes. I'rice, $2. Reduced to $1 _. These are all regular custom made goodha, plain French toe, " no tip," and were manufactured for fine i_t.nil trade. OSDEKS BY MAIL FILLED AT ABOVE PRICES. No goods taken back on this sale. O'EPJIEIISrS, - - 6Q7 J STKEET, BIG REDUCTION IN WALL PAPER 808 THE "NEXT BIXTT DAYS AT C. IL KREBS _ m TEMPORARY STORE, 626 _l Street. LADIES AND (JEMS *,fe^l id ¥ ia steam. Good .ork guaranteed at lowest prices. •—"-——————— -——-— Office of Spauldins; Dyeing and Cleaa__| Works, San Francisco, 000 and on X street, j. LAXG. Gents* and i;o>s' Clutliin^ a special.}. All kinds of repairins; neatly done. Goods called for and delivered. Country orders receive prompt attention. "E"2."UBB___L__?__ GrOODR A wet winter and Rubber Goods v , , hr C1"">- ar^ necessary. We have a large stock at low price., l_ed-.ee Gossamers reduced from $1 23 to 23 cents. Chil dren b Rubbers fToni 15 cents upward TOYSI TOYS! P SSS^SS %S vai se s w rto mr c dni t s^ra d y .,nvUe tho N zemansky;GOLDEN RULE STQ_.EI3.QQ_J Street. I itHscelltmecTit... twam $ | toy wm £ Red Ridinghood, Cinderella, panorama A_ books, each 25e. v, >T Ala Baba, ';-* » Toy Land, .-^ V Railway Train, '\ %y Donkey Days, £• *j Seaside Toddlers, a WT are some of the new im- 0 Ported book.-., male ln >__ fancy shapes. Prices^ j from IS to 43c. - ALL THE OLD. OU) STORIES. # # Mother Hubbard, £$ ± House ThatJaek Built, V J Five Little Pigs, W .-2- Three Kittens, Z, ''■'' Cock Robin, W ; 'J Three Bears, ,'<) t^ bright colored pictures, « from 4 to SOc each. £? BLOCKS, 3> 2 GAMES. _± 5 ® 5 W. F. PURNELL, 5 Bookseller aud Statioaer, jd v 609 J Street. .'-* J^_^___j__^^^ffcii v*K j^k "TER^fT Jo S7.J THiiT rpHE (' 1 NTRT NEVEB \\'AS IN t J tercondition. Onrhonest mi eallzn. the Cact tnat the perpetration ol ; ilent 111 in Ihe ronsly. The ::.v».i of 1 lr deaX. ■ markable success attained by tl.e : prism- linn of L. A. JACOX & CO., 980 X Street, DEALERS IN FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC. Calland examine onr sel.cl BtockofHoll ■••■ Goods and ASK F'( IR PRK lES. RRED XROU T, 1. TO A. L. HA3T, ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW.- OFFICE, SOUTH, west corner i 12, 13:iml 11, Sutter bui] OHAtmcaY !1. .r NX. LO.s Hoi__ HOLL & DUNN, I AWYERB.—OFFICES, 920 FIFTH BT j Sacramento. Telephone No. 11. WM. M. SIMs. PHILIPS, DltrV__- DEIVER & SIMS, LAWYERS - 120 .1 STREET, SACRA, mento. Notaries Public. WILLIAM A. GETT. JR., * TTORNEY-AT-LAW, BUTTER BriLrw J:\ in., southwest corner of Fifth and J. Telep iOne No 3! 9. ISAAC JOSEPH, ATTOKNT-Y-AT-LAW. 531 X STBEEX amento. Notan Public. ALBERT M. JOENSON, A TTORNEY-AT-LAW, HAVING BEY. eredhli oonm eiion with the arm of John son, Johnson .1 Johnson, bus ren : flee to 918 Firth "ri tt. felephone 153. DB. W. WOOD, Di-ntibt. i.riN.vs nrn.D-j_B__a^ INU, 40i J street. Ulhce NTSSI _ hours, b a. m. to 6 p.... M-U_____J_f T. F. lEBBETS, DENTIST, .11 SIXTH ST..OBgBb •n I r.lUt J. M.st a. opposite ( ongrecationul Church. V-UJr!___J_F C. H. STEPHENSON, DKMISi, CeiRNKH SK\--_mt_mja% enth ami J streets, bacra-/n_____SS__ mento. J. FRANK CLARE, UNDERTAKING PARLORS, -017-1019 Fourth St.. sniTamonto. EMBALMING A SPECIAI.TY OEOROfI H CLARK, Funeral Director and County phone No. 134. W. J. KAVANAUGH, Undertaker, No. (il,. .J st.. bet, Fifth and si.tri. ! * LWAYS ON KANDALAROE ABSORB X\. ment of Metallic and v. on Casketa, I Burial Cases, Coffins and Bhrouds fun ; Coitin orders will receive prompt attention oa ■hon notice ami at the lowest rates. Em balminc ;i specialty, i :';.» open day aud nl_ht. Telephone No. 305. JOHN MILLER (Suetessor to Fritz <_ Milier), UNDERTAKING PARLORS, O.if. X BTREET ODD FELOWB' TEM •/"«) pie). A complete stoc't of Undera.ir.j Goo'ls always on hand. EMBALMING A BFECIALTY. Ttlepbonc No. 1.6. THE SOFT SLOW OF The tea rose is acquired by ladles who use l'ozzouiV> Complexion powder. Try 1 It 3