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Out tide of Sun Francisco, they have no com petitors, either in influence or home and general circulation throughout the State, Weather l-nreuost. Official forecast tor the twenty-four hours ending at midnight Ansuit 14th: Northern j California—Fair weather; warmer by Monday Bight; north to west winds. A FULI- STATEMENT OF THE WATER PROPOSITION. There appears to be a great deal of ig norance—we do not use the word offen sively—regarding the water proposition to be voted on on the 26th inst. We confess that we cannot comprehend why there should be any misunderstanding at all about it, but many good citizens appear to be badly "mixed," as the Baying goes, on the question. A simple statement of the matter is now attempted, and for the accuracy of the facts the Record-Union pledges itself. The present water supply is an offense i?i the eye of strangers, whatever resi may think of it. That fact mili tates against our progress, injures busi ness and retards growth. It will be re called how the water we use was made a weapon against us in the last Legisla ture. The present water supply machinery is Incomplete, and as it is not duplicated, exposes the city to the peril of a water famine and a eontlagration. The water | main is wholly insuflicient, and is laid ! uuon a wrong principle, a fact stated | \\ hen the main was put in. To put in a main such as we should I have, secure a system that will give us | clear, pure water, and insure a pressure of 100 pounds maximum will cost the city I S-VjO.OOO, in the opinion of Trustee Conk- | In—that is, such a system as is proposed under the scheme now to be voted on. The Chief KngLneerof the Water Works has reported officially and repeatedly that while the Holly pumps have been repaired at fieavy cost and are now in ex collent condition, yet he deems the city in great danger, and liable at any moment to serious and great loss, and to a pos sible raise of 1 per cent, in insurance rates, simply and solely because the sup ply apparatus is not what it should be, and because parts of it are very, very old. The city recently advertised for schemes or propositions to supply the city with clear, pure water. Mountain or gravita tion supply and subterranean systems were submitted, but the schemes to bring i;i water from the mountains dropped out for two reasons—First, the city would n. t listen to any proposition to bring water in ditches any distance at all; sec ond, mountain companies could not promise at anytime to sell the city the ■ystein, because they propose to furnish other towns and cities and otherwise use | tho water reservoired in the mountains, ould m /'■ r, i ■ <■ should, agree to sell out the ti-alfr supplying pni-tlii/e to an tton or company; she tiuittt upon owning hr own work* and collecting her own fitff: ami being free fin 'ennui v ith auji company holding ari'jitt to col ttmmt in her border* or to poaaeaa the .• ' d. It is believed that a sublerrranean sup- ! ply of good water is at hand near the city. A company that represents the j largest pump concern in the world pro- : to prospect for that water on the condition that if it is found: if it is suili ci> :it; •/ it is pure; if it is clear; if it is to : the satisfaction of the city under test j tood drinking waior, thon the city shall take the water from the company for '■ twenty years at a stated sum, which will give .Sacramento water cheaper than any ; water supply in the State. At the end of that time the city may buy the land, wells and machinery at a price to be tixed upon by arbitrators; or it maj decline to buy. In that case the city shall take the water five years more. Then it may again offer to buy, but if it does not, then the contract is to run live years more, and then to absolutely end and cease. But, iv accepting this contract, the com pany at its own cost is to put iv a great main the whole length of the city. The city is not to put out a dollar lor any thing. It is to retain its old water works SACRAMENTO DAILY BECQBD-yyiOX. MOXDAY, AUGUST 14, 1893.-SIX PAGES. as a reserve, to be used at any time in case the new system fails, or to supply any deficiency. The city is to collect its own water rates; no one cau fix, touch or have anything to do with the rates but the city. She simply pays a spot sum monthly for a spot amount of water and SO much a million gallons in excess of that spot amount. A meter is to bo placed in the city limits, the key in the possession of the j city, to measure the amount of water fur uished. The story circulated that a meter is to be placed in each house is a ma licious misrepresentation. All the time the water must remain ' pure, clear, drinkable. If at any time it fails in these requisites the contract ends I or is suspended. Thus the contractors take all the risk, put np all the money, and the city does not go into debt a dollar. "Where," we are asked, "is the gain of ; the contractors?" We reyly, in the mar gin botweon cost of lifting and delivering the water, plus the interest value of tho capital invested, and the sum paid by the i city for the water delivered. Second, in the prospeciivo growth of the city in twenty years and its consequent in creased demand for water. "Why, then, should not the city herself sink the deep wells, put in pumps, sup ply herself and make the profit berseU?" Because, iirst, Bhe could not command I the money now, nor 10 per cent of it. She could not, as she never has, nor can any ; other city, construct works so cheaply as j can private builders. Third, she could not supply herself wiih what it proposed under the suggested contract lor halt a million of money; such is the estimate of j the Superintendent oi tho Water Works. j Fourth, if the city undertakes tbe scheme ! herself, and spends thirty or forty thousand Hollars in prospecting, and fails to gel water in sufficient quantity, it will be a dead loss to her. This is a perfectly ;air and strictly ac- i curate statement as tho Kbookd-Union finds it from the records. To us it seems an otter in a thousand; a remarkably fortunate oiler, one that any city situ ated as is this .should bo glad to accept. For these reasons we favor it. If tho people do not by their votes advise its ac ceptance, they will, in our opinion, com mit one of the most serious of mistakes. I BRAIN POW.gR AM) VITALI VY. The London Speaker saya you cannot easily kill a man by brain work, but by worry and anxiety you can wear him out very quickly. The man who uses his brain power every day a goodly time trains his nerve power and adds to his vitality, and enhances its enduring ca pacity. There is no doubt about this. We never j believe the stories, not more than one in ten, told of meu who dio because of over exertion of brain. But the truth is, only the doctors are too cowardly to tell their ! patients and friends of patients just the truth, that they who die of so-called brain exhaustion really die of neglect of habit. One may be so studious as to fail into neglect of exercise, failure to care for the stomach, neglect of regularity of habit, and above all, failure to vary his occupation. It is because of the negiect referred to, and of the grooves in which men run, that they suffer and die before their time. A distinguished scientist and keen ob | server, whose confidence we enjoyed j while the earth claimed him for the uses of and betterment of his fellows, once j i told us that his extended study and experi- j I ence had convinced him beyond all ques- J j tion that to every man an avocation or I several avocations are essential, as con | tradistinguished from vocation. "Mark it, note it,"' he was accustomed to say to his class, "that the many-sided men, so called, are the long-lived and vitally charged men. Note also, youug gentle men, that it is the slave to vocation, the fellow who travels in a groove, who brings up with brain trouble, and kidney dis ease, and all maunor of ills. Take your avocations apart and away from your vo cations and insure long and healthful life. It is the mental change of gait that ! conserves strength, and it is illustrated in the case of the horse, best driven when change of road involves a change of gait and muscular play. Have your avoca tions; let them be as widely dissimilar Irom your vocatious as possible. You will make the greatest mistake of your lives U you imagine that assiduity and application moan slavery to vocation. It is that mistake that is making of our business and professional mou a class of dyspeptics." The Speaker is in doubt about the doc trine of some of the schools, that the brain can actually give power to the i I muscles. But this we do know, that it pat vitality into the frame for a lon^ time. A mail can will to dio or to live, and every one is familiar with insla:.' of life prolonged, even of recovery from disease, by the sheer power of the wili directed by the brain. However that may be, the brain is rarely in danger :n over work, if its gait is changed reasonably often, it does not even need rest, aside from sleep, so much as it needs the training of change and the absence of fret aud worry. "Care kills' the cat' 1 though it has nine lives, why not the man with one? The steady, strong pull, the well-applied force of the brain does not harm the man, but when M '-011188 to the hauling, twisting, turn ing, jerking and worrying of the brain, through fret and care, it gives out very - >uu. and shortly after the physical man in all other respects falls into decay. »- The authorities have handled the cholera cases imported into New York harbor with much skill. We have not hked L)r. Jenkin's rule iii the past, but whenever he is vigorous and successful he should have due credit. But his suc cess with the present quarantine in no wise lessens the ioroe of the argument fof giving sole control in suoh cases as importation of pests, to the National san itary authorities, for the reason that the quarantine system should be comprehen sive, and the same at one port as at :1 !i --niker. lor instance. l)r. Jenkins' atop ■ page of tha cholera in New York harbor | in no wise lessens the liability of its en tering at some lesser port where the local officials are incompetent or indifferent. In another column we reprint portions of a letter from a citizen of Illinois on the experience of certain farmers in that State in the matter of good road building. The point to which we invite special at tention is that wherein It is stated that these farmers became convinced that pot terine and patch work on roads is not economy, but that to build good roads at once, and under direction of men who understand their business, is greatly cheaper, and that the benefits in addition to cheapness are simply incalculable. Tb» letter to which we refer is not a theo retical dissertation; it is a statement of fact; it treats ol things not theories; it is the prool of the pudding, not the promise. « The yellow lever is epidemic in one section of the coast South. It is as much to be feared as is the cholera. Not so rapid in its work it is equally as deadly. The Government has taken prompt measures to quarantine the infected sec tion. (Quarantine of the fever is more easily accomplished than is quarantine Oi cholera, but experience lias proved that both may bo stamped out and pre vented from spreading by rigid seques tration. A OASB IN POINT. What the City Will Gnin by a Close Water supply. A littie incident occurred at the late Great Council of the Improved Order of Red Men in San Frau dsco which fairly illustrates the injury that is » usteuitly being done this city because of the muddy and otherwise objectionable character of tiio river water. Wiiea 11. A. Guthrie and others pro posed Sacramento us the place, where tho Great Council should hold its next ses sion a delegate troin another county arose in opposition to the proposition. "Sacramento," he said, "is a nice city; it is a beautiful city in many parts, and, taken altogether, 1 consider v tin; garden spot of the State. B"t i am opposed U> having the Great Council held there— l am opposed to going there, on accouutof ibe vileness o; iw river water. "Why,"said iie, "Iwenl to Sacramento once and put up at ii hotel there, and when 1 wanted to wash my iacein the morning i couldn't do it. The water was absolutely il.i.-k with dirt. 1 rattled the landlord and asked him ii .someone hadn't washed his feet in the water that was placed iii my room."' several other delegates related similar experiences, and it looked lor a time as if Sacramento had been knocked completely out, but the delegates from this city made explanations of the situation, and finally when uio vote was taken it was found that Sacramento had won by a bare ma jority what had been regarded as an eas3" victory. But it was a costly victory at host. No city can afford to be talked of in this way, and the constant repetition ol these at tacks on Sacramento lias cost the city thousands on thousands of population within tiie last twenty-five years, and their continuance would forever keep back her growth and prosperity. All that the worst enemies of this city need do in order to injure her by keeping people from settling nereis to point to the iact that her water supply is taken from the drainage canal of the Sacramento Val ley, as the river is called. All this can now be averted, lor it only remains for the people to say the word and Sacramento will have not only tho cheapest, but far and away the best water of any city 011 the coast, and plenty of it. PREDACIOUS_ BOYS. They Steal and Destroy tho Fruit of Shipping Firms. The companies that are engaged in shipping fruit have been much troubled lately by a lot of boys who manage to de stroy largo quantities of fruit for them. They have tried all methods of fastening up the cars, but the boys tie their knives to sticks and endeavor fo spear tho fruit and melons in that way, getting a little occasionally, and ol coarse destroying a great deal. They also watch their chances when the fruit is on the platforms ready for shipment. The nuisance has become unbearable, ami the companies are going to put on one or more men who are unknown to the boys, to watch, so there is a proba bility that some of the youngsters will s;mn grace the Police Court, and by the time their parents have paid |S0 or $40 for their fun they will, perhaps, look after children a little closer. TOOK _A_HEADER. An Enghia at Port ( O3ta Plunges Into the liity. At Port Costa on Saturday night a freight engine in charge of Engineer Sharkey ran off the boat and plunged into the water in the ferry slip. The brakes refused to work, and the engineer could not control it, so both he and the fireman jumped and saved them selves from going down with their en gine. The tender and train remained ou the track. As the ferryboat Solano, which trans fers the trains from one side of the Straits of < Jarqulnei to the other, can not make a landing until the engine is raised, the trains all bad to come up yesterday by way of Lathrop. It is thought that by this morning the locomotive will be again on shore and the boat running as usual. Sensible < aloulatlon. The Record-Union has had a good deal to say about good roads. It has ad vocated the policy of building good roads even if it is necessary to issue forty-year bonds to do so, because it has been demonstrated that it is cheaper to build good roads at a spot cost tlian to pay a large annual tax lor dirt or coarse gravel roads; that actually the cost can be re dmed oce-hail by the plan, and during the life of the bond the people may have the benefits of the good roads. For in stance, if the tax is 20 cents a year, but 10 or 15 cents will borrow the money and provide for payment of interest and re demption of the bonds, then it is cheaper to borrow and build than to pay Lit cents annually for old-fashioned roads. In I kern County this idea has been taken Dp and is about to be voted upon, and sf>r- <-s to show how sentiment is coming around to the right point.—Kio Vista News. The Tooth of Sarcasm. Sacramouto is skiruii^hinjj around to [ get a supply of pure water. She is about to abandon the Sacramento River as the source of city water and will bore wells. Tni- will doubtless be a good thing for the people who live in Sacramento, but if ' that <-ity wants to keep the Capital she bad better be careful about doing any thing to improve the quality of nor water. The only thing the legislators have ever admired about Sacramento is that its a:niiiiiiiibly bad water gave them an ex cuse for Dot drinking any of it durine the sessions of the Legislature. I! Sacra mento waist* to boom San Jose's Capital removal light sho will bore city wells.— Woodland .Mail. -a. Mrs. I,ozan's "Home Sfaeaxine' and the 'Weekly Union." liotb only jl 75 per year. The 1 of Washington, D. C, con ducted by Mrs. Joim A. Lo^jan, is the • beat and most popular low-priced p'.>riod i -al ever primes!. The publishers of the Wi:!::;ly Uxios will furnish the maga- j zinc to its subscribers Sir a mere noini- ' ..nai'ovetho price ol subscription 10 tbe v.,•■•„.>-. WHATE - t .-rare to day? k'assaftMa - l here >uyl • BACK FROM THE FAIR. George Boyne Gives Some of His Im pressions of It. California's Dlspluy Attracting; Much Attention—Sacramento's Ex hibit a Good One. 1 George TCoyne, the well-known decora- j tor, returned on Saturday evening;, with his wife, from a visit to the World's Fair. Mr. J'.oyno is very observant, and nothiii); of importance escaped his eyes at the great exposition. "I h;ive attended all the great shows of late years," said Mr. Boyne yesterday to ■j. Reoord-Untoh reporter, "including the Paris Exposition, and I tell you there never waa anything seen in any country to compare with the Columbian World's j Fair, it's immense, and words fail to ex press one's sentiments regarding it."' -Mr. Boyne said he was jjreatly pleased with the Sacramento exhibit in t;iu raii lornia building, ami thought that Mr. ; Me Mullen made an excellent manager. : Jle was sorry to sec, however, that much Of the fruit did not look well. In other buiiiiinir.s they use showcases of the re- i fngoralor or cold-storage description, j which keep the fruit looking nico and j fresh. 'there is no uso, Mr. Hoy tie says, of j anyone -=<-!1111 ncr fruit there !>y express j for exhibit. .Some re m\ud in that way was not tit for placing on exhibition when ii reached there. He thinks a great mistake was made by I Sacramento County tailing to send on the citrus locomotive from the Mechanics' Pair 111 San Francisco, as it would have beeuagrund feature, li. M. Laltuesaya it would have been a great attraction in I tiie horticultural building, eveu if its I citrus decorations bad been replaced by a 1 garniture of grains, etc. \\ bile Mr. Boyne found some things I connected with the preparation i>r tin: Sacramento exhibit that might bo i criticised, lie found much io praise I and is satisfied that those who h.ai I managed the preparation of it cud liio i bi-st they knew how. lie noticed that Cnlifornians did not know how to pack oranges so as to have them keej. afresh appearance lor a long time, while tho.-se from Sicily wore fresh and beautiful when taken from thoir wrappings of tinfoil. - Uess raisins of California he found to be the best produced in the i United states, but they are not up to , those sent from Chile. The sume could ; 1 of the white beans and walnuts. California I'ioneers now living in the liast held their reunion while Sir. boyne was in Chicago,and they were ail ! ] Inqiringal onl the old Sutler !■ ort. .Mr. j Boyne told Mr. LaKue thai he remem bered having read in the Kei oud-Uniok the suggestion that the Sacramento ex hibit should contain pictures of the city I in early days, and some aa it appears to day, also pictures of suiter's Kort taken ! in ! he days of its glory and later on when iis reconstruction was undertaken. ] ! Together they called on Manager Me- i \ Mullen, but not a picture of Sacramento I I nor of Slitter's Fort could they lind, and the old pioneers were disappointed. It is nut now too iaio for someone interested in the success of Sacramento's ; exhibit to collect and send on pictures of this kind. Mr. Boyne speaks very warmly of H. M. Laßue and his work for the fair. All Callfornians receive a cordial wel come when they call on him, busy as he is, and iio never tires showing his .Sacra mento friends about. Mr. Boyne says ho went Bast by way ' of the Canadian route to view the grand j scenery of which he had read so much, I hut he says it does not compare with that of thi) Central and Union Pacific lines. Nowhere does it equal that to lie seen be tween ibis city and Truckee. As to climate and other conditions, he says that California has a jjreat advantage over other parts of the country, as all must admit after traveling through the East and West. Everybody at tho fair, he said, is talk- I ing of coming to California next winter, ! so great is the interest that has been I awakened by the magnificent exhibits in the California building. Attention, Railroad Men! 1 sutlered for more than a year with in ! digestion. I was very bilious, occasion ally having a dumb chill, followed by ; fevers, which prostrated me. I took Simmons' Liver Regulator, and am a I well man.—A. H. Hightower, Conductor, I C. K. X., Ga. -• —— People i)f good sense, delicacy and re iiiiPinent liave eyelids that are sliarplv , delined and shade at least half the upper ' I part of the eye. (■■ i.VSCIK.NCK MAKES COWARDS Of us all, says Hamlet, but there are some people who have do conscience at all. Among them are deali rs who endeavor to palm upon the public cheap, corrosive substitutes of pure and fragrant BOZODONT. Let the pub lic be on its guard against such shams. MBS. WIXSLOWB BOOTHIHQ BYKUP has i.ecn use! over tifty years by millions of mothers lor their children while teething with i perlect suori ss. Itaootbei the child, softens I thegum*;, allays jkui, cures wind colic regu lates the bowels, and is the best remedy tor diarrhea, wheiher an^lnj; from teething or other causos. Fur sale by druggists in every part ol the world. Be sure and ask for Mrs ; Wiuslow'»Boothingisyrup. Xwenty-flTecenu a bottla. tslenr Sro-guß. AUCTION! AUCTION! 5-Solid~Biocks-5 BEING Two Blocks Noitfa U and E, Fourteenth to Sixteenth Streets. Three Blocks C and D, Thirteenth to Sixteenth Streets. To be sold at public auction at our Salesrooms corner Eleventh and J streets, on Thursday, August 17th, AX 1O:3O A. IV!. rpHIS LAND IS BUITABLE FuR AGRI .I cultural gardena, soil bed or dairy pur poaea. All <i<-an.'d ami fenced. Rounded by Sllva on th- east, Schepn on the north and Greenlaw on the treat, North C street on the south. Parties desiring io see this land will be taken there b] applying at oar lalcsrooTns. It Will be >-old as a whole, or subdivided to suit purchasers. *»-t>ALE Positive. D. J. SIMMONS & CO., AUCTIONEERS, Eleventh and J Streets. aull-It NOTICE TO CH.MRAC'TORS. 1 THERE IS ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF Oetarlni Morgan, architect, corner of Frankiin and New Hi^h ~;r«ts, I-os Angeles, the plans and specifications For Two Cottage Buildings tur Girls, For Scbool and IsdnstrfaJ Building for Girls. To M lilWUfl a: Wiulti^r, Cal., and the un- ] dcrsigued. Trustees of the Whittler State | School, invite sealed bids upon the s»me. Send all bids to Dr. Walter Lindley. at Whit- i tier, the- Becretary of the saiu board, before ■ lOo'clocfc A. M. At'OrsT 15. l-;«;i. Each bid must t>e ficcfJinpanied byacertl-! fiedchei'k tn the sum of 31.000. it 1 reserve* the right to reject any andallblds. ANDIIEvV Mri.i.iN. 1 lent. I-KANCI* 1.. HAYNEB W. B. CUCHRAS, au7-10tdiltw Trustees. I^OH BEAUTY, For pnrnfort, for improrement of the complexion, use only Pozzoai's Powder; there is nothing eaual to it. __ g)ale ffroa. & <r o . M IMG CASH CAPITAL^ WILL WORK SAVING WONDERS FOR YOU AT HALES MI 11 OFIVJUFF) fU FIF) i VftV HIF F JAL SUMMEK CLEARANCE SALE. Call on us. We'll aid you to grasp the bargains that should have netted us a profit. Space for fall goods and ready cash we are after. DROPS IN PRICE THAT ARE OF INTEREST TO ALL Dress Goods Department. The most desirable lines that the season has offered in handsome Black, Fiuured, Striped and Polka Dot SILK GRENADINES. You can have your choice of the quali ties as follows: $i quality, now 79: per yard; $1 so qual ity, now $1 per yard; $2 quality, now $1 is per yard. The soc All-wool Challis we are closing out at 10c a yard. They are the latest printings. The 60c values in several designs and weaves of Fancy Black Dress Goods are now 35c per yard. Cloak and Suit Department. Ladies' Calico Wrappers, with fancy yoke, watteau back and full sleeves. Value, $1 25. Sale price, qoc each. Ladies' Fine White Lawn Waists, with colored em broidery trimming. Value, $1 25. Now $1 each. Ladies' Box-plaited Calico Waists. Value, $1. Sale price, soc each. Ladies' White Lawn Waists, collar and cuffs, em broidery trimmed. Value, $2. Price, $1 40. Ladies' Percale Waists, with laundried collar and cufts. Value, $1. Sale price, 7sc each. J^ SEE SHOW WINDOWS. HALE BROS. & CO. SVmitocmcnte. CITJNIE OPERA HOUSE. -:- STOCK -:- COMPANY. -:- Under the Management of J. 11. TOI)1> and JAMES M. 'WARD. Telephone No. 423. COMMENCING Monday, August 21st, An 1 every evening during the week and Grand Family Saturday Matinee, in Dion ISoucicault's Irish Drama, SHAMUS * O'BRIEN, With JAMES M. WARD in the leading role, supported Dy a First-Claw Company. Prices.: 100, SOc.SOc. Boxes. 50c a seat. *»• Seats on sale at box-office Thursday morning 10 o'clock, August 17th. i ■■!i ill „„■,-,.,., §JA£]sffßl(TO. r ttafthoiv a>igptay Gravel ijVe, Stoel^ c (gQiytests-jrV *C> SDon't Faiu to Exhibit. Qe Sure to Attend. EDWIN r.S M ITHJG s^ P °^ GS SACRAMENTO SWIMMING BATHS, TWENTY-FIRST AM) 0 STREETS. (Take M or P-street care). HOURS—B to 127T"to~eand 7to 10. Sun days— C to 12 and 1 to «5. ADMISSION—AdiiIis. 2"io; fire tickets for 51. Children under 15 yean, loc. Uommu tation tickets, s:'. icr month. Tub baths In cluded in admission. F. F. TEBBETS, _ DFXTIST, I'll SIXTH ST.. fflßß^ between I and J. wed sid'.lffrraß ; fc tgregatlonal i 'hur/'h.^'J-i.LXXJ ~*^^&&i ['T J&7 rpnar *"<* Kstreets. i IMPORTING TA ILORS. S2O J STREET. /~IREAT REDUCTION FOB NEXT BIXTf l_T days lr, i rices of SUMMER GOODS. is- First-class workmen. Fit always guar anteed. AUTO! AUCTION! AUCTION! ■yOUR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO \ N X auction sale to beheld under our direction AUGUST 16, 1893, AT 1O:3O A. IVI., Of the Entire stock of efooerlea, store- Fixtures, Ilorso nnd Wajron, Cash Register, Pat<>nt Reftiserator, Etc. Splendid Opportunity for St'ourinir a Bingaio. «S-SALE OX PIJK.MISKS: 1001 J ST. ! EDWIN fc ALSIP&CO,, Real Estate and Insiirancce, 1015 Fourth Sl aull-5t W. 11. BHERBURN, Auctioneer. H. V. ROOT. ALEX. NKILSO.V, J. DRISCOL. , Root, neilson & co rjmON TOTJIfBRY [RON AND BRASS \J Founders and Machinists, Front strei : between N and o. Castings and Machinery of every description made to order. SACRATJENTO FOUNDRY, T7WONT STREET. O IRNER OF N. WILL. I J 1 tAMQUTENBERGER, Proprietor. Work for sidewalks and buildings a specialty . O.is olin" nnd Stcain F.ngines to order on short notice. WATERHOUSE & LESTEH, ■pvEALKKS IN IRON, STKIX, CUMBER. \J land t'oal. Wngon Lnnib<T and Carriage Hardware. 709, 711, 718, 715 J street, SacrmaentO; S. CARLE, SDCCBaSOR TO CARLE 4 CHOI.Y COW tractor and Builder. Orders solicited and promptneu guaranteed. Office and shop '' 11^4 Second street, between X and L. CITY STREET IMPBOVEMENT COMPANY. / IONTHA< TOrtS FOR ALL KINIiS OF ', \ Btreet Work, Railway Construction, Whurv.-, Brid.es. etc. Sacrani»nto orHce, 43 1 J street San Francisco office, room 45. nftfa floor. Mills Building. WHERE TO BUY GROCERIES. T J. WIrfOARD, AT TWF..NTY-FIFTH • J . and o Rtreeta, beat a-^soitinent : nnd at most reasonable rates. CAKCEBS. rpDMORS, TTLCEKS, WENS, LOMPB AND I Ezi I !., removed and no knife ii-•■'!. Special treatment for ali skin Trouble. ISfst of reference* trivon. Sen' 1, for circular. . i(ooui8 21 and :j;s Poatofflee Building, corner ■ ' Fourth and X street)?, Sacramento. DR. J. H. BHIRLEY. EMPIRE LIVERY STABLE, -\(\-[f> MNTH STKKKT.—FIKST-CLABB 1"1O turnout-. GRAKMILLER B» S., l'roprictors. Telephone 3'ji;. Jtutrtt»er J)enirr». RICHARDS & KNOX, DEALERS IX LUMBER. Offlc*— Corner second and M Streets, ' Sacramento. | W. F. FRAZER, —WHOLESALE A^D RKTAII/— Lumber Dealer. Ofllo*-Cor. Fifth and L Streets. NOTICE. THE AXNUAI. MEETING OF TIIK Stockhollersof the LiveOalt Consolidated rtinln^ Company, for the purpose ot el<."cting a Board of Directors to serve for the ensuing year and the transaction of such other business as may come before the meet ing, will be held on TUESDAY, Augtu 1593, at 8 p. m., at the office ot thir company! l'lll Fourth street. Sacramento Cal aull-15t H. J. UOETHE, Secretary. | _K___)ft£_f___t_ l \___ mP m___________W^_____\__f__\\_____\_\___w ' _____________Wr_^^r^i_____ t __i^^__^ m _ J -. m , m — p^^s*-^*"'" — *^^^^'^** "Tjffy ~-_Wo .S° WS H known h»ve thp curative nnßlitios I of BARTI.ETT W \Ti'i: bwomethat snppoiied - incarable invalids come from all parts of the world to p.-irtake of its lift- iivinc powers. ests will find «t the BPEINGB a tele pnone,express ar.^l poßt-office. ■11 physician gratis. Btrinir and brass band. Dancing etc The rontelnto theSPRTKG8eanbeloarned of tho nciir.>st ticket agent. Fiirmt.-s. iiHinj.hlets.etP., write to Misetial Water Offi.-e. No. 22 Fourth st.s. I-'. o r to BaRTLKTT Speikos, I.HkeCountv Cal N. B.— Those unable to virit tlio sprinirs vrill be frreatly benefited hy drlnkint mi PINE GROVE HOTEI*T~ Gold Hun Stntlon (Two btudred net from PaaMttw PepotJ. Placer County, r'allfurnla. THIS HOTEL Is NKWI.V BUILT AND tarnished. Best rooms oust of S;u-ra tnento. Altitude, 3,200 fßet. Pine place (01 sutTerers from pulmonary troubles and mala- Ha. Livery Stable in connection. Tlie hotel Is sitimteil iv a ;>im- grove. Pore water E. ALBEKTO MOODY, Proprielor. KLAMATH HOT SPRINGS Slskiyoa County, (ul. rinVFVTY MILES PROM AQER, ON THE _1 California and Oregon Haiiroad Hoard and service Orst-elass; m.c flabtog and bunt- Ins: scener] grand: large stone hotel; com mo . iou~ aocominodatlons; warm sulphur, steam and t: c famous mod 0.,tn.». iur all blood and skin diseases. A large grove near ed with hammocks, easy chairs, elc. Come to Khiiniuh and spend your sum mer outline. Every attention shown guests . $10 tosiv> pei- week, which includes baths,etc. Bend mr circulars. UEORUE I!. STILBB Formerly of Weber Lake, les=e t -, I',, snick C_± jylh-lm LAKE TAHOE. rriHX GRAND CKNTKAL Hu'IKL LAKI _L rahoe, la now open for tbe season; sp-.-iai rate tickets via Truckee, round nip from Saa Francisco to Taboe, Including ■even day*' boa,-.; an.l room at ttie Grand Central Hot.-l t~.,ai.d trom Sacramento. 184 60 Ticked now on sal,- at Southern Paciflc offices Tal! regular rale for Inwi-a and room, Sa to *2 -,Q l«r. i Hy.,,r ; -i-toj i ;t J p,r week/accoroKg to rooms, relephone. Weils, Sargo .. Co.'s ex press 01t.ee and Postoffioe In hotel 'c.uiv s;h-.-s ana steamers to and from the hotel. Ihe best point lor lake or river Hour tishine Onlj fourteen miles from i'ru kee—two hours' otaginK. Pine road and grand scenery jrah0,, ! j,,,,0, !l Ai'. 1- ! ,tJ Ar'-EY-l>ro^leto,. fcsiiA BEACH HOTEL, SANTA CHUZ, CAL. Tbe Leading Family Hotel, Located on a Blai Overlooking tbe Ueacli and Monterey Bay. Tho Finest Land and Marine View on tuo Coast. STREET CARS PASS THE DOOK. FOH terms aud Illustrated souvenir apply to JOHN T. SI!.I.IVAN, ' I'roprietor and Manager. PACIFIC OCEAN HOUSE, Tho Loading: Hotel In the City of Santa Cruz. Conveniently Located on Pacific Avenue, tht Principal Street. MODERN IMPROVEMENTS. NI3W MAS agement, good mMo. SULLIVAN; A CHACB, i'loi rif lors. Siquoxo, Itlinc, ileer, f£-H". EBNER BROS. COMPANY, 116-118 X >t!(.i>t. Front and *(-coi>a, Baoramento. TMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL- X. ers In Wlnea il I Llqu irs. M. CRONAN, 880 X St.. and 11OS-1110 Third St., Sacramento, Cal., TMPOBTEB AND \V!i >LESALJB DEALEB X in K:ni- Whiskies, Brandies and Chiitn ragne. JUST ARRIVED EX. SHU' EDETN BALLYMOBE, FBOM Antwerp, twenty-live 'an.:s or re-im ported Bourbon Nutwood Whisky, to bf- hud a: Capital Ale Vault-, only ii ■ Llin h : in city. NAGELE v >. ENBBON, >'ropriitors, :iO2 J strict. !■ Ii phone JS. Only the Choicest Viands Dinpensed by JIM & HARRY, IAAO THIRD ST., BET. J AND K. PABST I VU«/ Milwaukee, Kuhstaller's Bteam. White IVkit eoods eggnit*, Occ^o, llvotmcc, C'-tc. QREGORY liRO«. CO., 120, 19*, l«fl and ISB J street, Wholesale Dealers in FRUIT AND PRODUCE. Bole agent* for the Davis <;r- m Krult Pack . s- nd lor circulars. THY SANTA PAULA LEMOSS. W. H. VSTOOD & CO., AGENTS. ■\TTHOLESALE DEALERS IN CAM >> fornia, Oregon and Nevada Frnlt duce, Reno 1 and A. L. W. Butter, Bieain, pur Savor. 117 ;■> 1 BIS .1 street. _ |,Ut&ct-trthfr£v. J. FRANK CLARK, UNDERTAKING PARLORS, 1017-1019 Fourth St., >arriunonto. T^MBALMINO A SPECIALTY. GEORciB JCj H C'LAKK, Funeral Director and County Coroner. Telephone No. ly-l. E. M. KAVA.NALGH, Undertaker •;-sor 10 W. J. Kavanaughj, No. 518 .1 M.. bet. Firth and Sixth. ALWAYS ON HANI 1 A LARGE AssußT meni <>' Metallic :ir.d Wooden < u.nket*. lsuriai Cs ad H > roads firnished. will rtxvive prompt attention on sjfl|^uioticf and at the low. -t r.. 1. -. Km« t'___mn- :', v- Offlcs open day and niPHT Ti!(-:.hon<- No. :;<>:,. BRAINS,^" Tripe, Oxtails, Pi(r Tongues, Sheep Tongues, Calves' Heads and a va riety of Cooked Meats fresh ever) Hay, at Mohr *£ Yoert's Packing Ca VEGETABLES. THE FINEST TO BE FOUND IN THE nitirket at R- A. OLMSTEAD & CO/S, < orner Fourth and I- -trt-ctß. Also, dealers in Groceries, I'rovlslona anrt General Family Supplies Wire Cloth, Rubber Hose, LAWN MOWERS, RSHKi TACKLE A Mil HARDWARE. SCUAW. L\GHAM, BATCHER k CO., ox 7 and aie J Street.