The Darky the Most Amusing Im
itator in the World.
Spurious, Cheap, Nasty, PiniplcPro
Ko Need to Say Joy is for the Jaded-
It Brings Good Health to
Of all imitators in ths world your typical
towbead Southern darky is the most «mus-
Ing, it he be oil" the stage, lie is a porfcct
Did you ever watch a colored man "playing
the cashier ?'" He has a host of 10-cent pieces
net before him. Bambo Battens them with his
left hand and begins to count as he draws the
clinics to lils person With the fingers of his
Eight band. He will use the same lingers, the
aame gestures, i lie same wise look and the
■ame shake <>i his woolly he:id as he saw
Mars John, son of the Jltwood Bank, use. If
yon should, however. :tsk "how many
10-ccnt pieces i iiere are in the heap," he will
be short $3 In Jiis reckonings. Of course, this
In an unintelligent darky.
>Vhen the Caucasian imitates he generally
Imitates for personal gain, not for sheer love
of amusement. 1! you will go about your
little village you will see imitations of the
InakiMip or of the personages of dead men,
and of iive men, too. True there are many
ineu who actually look—in lat-t aro—the
Identical pictures ol some other man; never
theless, hundreds of spurious fellows aro con
stantly passing to and fro like counterfeit
Uermany is full of •'Bisniarcks," England
101 l of "Prince Alberts," France full of "Na
poleons" and the United States full of "De
pews." Then ooines the mean, horribly,
cheap Imitator irho gets up nasty nostrums i
and palms them off lot tbe genuine. .Many ot
these Imitations ure made, but they never
live long. J! a person or set of persons own
what is good they will not seek to force it
upon the public through the imitations of
another articii-. Many unwise or dishonest
persons are trying to tell men and women
that they hay.' a medicine lust like "JOY'a
vegetable saj;sa;'ahii.l.v when as
a matter of lact they know in their own hearts
and souls that "JOY'S VEGETABLE
BARBAPA-RILLA" iias no equal. "The
tireat Household Remedy, "JOYS VEGE
TABLE BABfiAPABILLA" is in the cup
board, in tlif medicine closet of many ot the
best lioiucs of mis country. "JOY'S VKGE
TABLE SAKSAPARILLA" is, as its name
Implies, entirely and solely vegetable. It is
really ana truly a family medicine. It is
from "Mother Earth." it is entirely, solely
and wholly vegetable. Not one particle, not
one minute atom Is mineral. All that goes to
make the great medicine ".iol".s \ Kufc;-
TAM.E BARS APART LL A" is vegetable.
To■> much cannot be .-.aid on this point.
Every minuteatom that goes to make "JoV's
VKGfcITABLK BARSAPARILLA" is vege
When your cheap Imitators tell you that a
Barsaparula is as -ood or better, politely re
fuse to substitute, l'neiv Is only one "JOY'S
VEGETABLE KARSAPARILLA," and it is
tusehold medicine, the family remedy
There are liundr-'ds of nice, respectable,
polite and keen-witted druggists hi the (Jnlved
States who are selling "JOi'S VEGETABLE
E SJR9 IPARIiiLA," and they know the
Harsaparilla to b.- pur. iy vegetable and*to be
a household rem< dy. In sheir own hearts and
souls they know thai there is no equal to i
"JOY'S VEGETABLE BARBAPARTT.T./y."
It Is the one great Uoi -> bold remedy.
There are no doses to "JOY'S VEGETABLE :
Saks \pa .;: 1.a."
&1 families keep a bot- j
: aparilla in their cupboards. I
3t is their medicine-chest. They give it to i
their children, to their husbands, to their
s-i-'er-, 10 th. ir brothers and to the stranger
within their gates. You can find no person
who has taken "!o~i S VEGETABLE
BARSAPARlLLA"conscientiously who can
Bay that It baa brpught out a smile pimple
or a blotch or an u^iy. villainous natch of
Every mail brings assurances of the efii
ctency and the wonderful results ot the B
Remedy, ".JOVS VEGETABLE SARSAPA
:day I went to Mrs. .1. L. Stantou. who
resldi Bat 1-.I fl Bush street, and I a.-keJ the
good lady whai she thought of Joy"s Vegeta
ble Sarsaparilla. she said: "Of course you
know 1 can't help saying a eood word"for
•!">'~ Sarsaparilla," because the
■Horn, liemedy has done so much for me. I
■u;i- alwayßa nervous •> ly, anyway, but wsv
morethan usually nervous heiore I began to
• ■ 'Homi B medy. Joy's Vegetable --ar
ea; arilla.' I bad t> en Bufl< ring rrom a disor
dered liver for some time. I could scarcely do
anything wltb >ut an effort. Everything "was
blui Lome. \: t tnea 1 bad thoseVeai faint
ing Bpells an., dizzy feeling, iwouidsito'i
my chair as if chained t«, it. My blood was
lmpoverisir?d. What I wanted was a uoovi
blood medlclm . with something i<;r the liver
and a toning up. Yea >y'B Vegeta
ble Barsaparllla, and l must contess it has
Improved mj health remarkably, i
heartily recommend Joy's Vegetable Barsa
. l want to tell f ou," said Mrs. Stan
hatwhen I first asked for Joy's
I Sarsaparilla at the drug store a verj
it-faced gentleman told me i.c hail
Bometn - od, but, of course, you
know a woman has her own mind; she won't I
be put oil wltb .smi.es wh.n she says8 ■
wants Joy's Ye» able Barsaparilla. She
must have J ble Sarsaparilla and
none other. So I toFd the drug clerk I wanted
Joy's Barsaparllla, and be at last consented to
Xl ..• me what l want • i."
I•: my way fr >m i-*l6 Bush Ktre.-t, where
MnLKtanton lives, I called at a drug store
and tried to buy a bottle of ,io>'s \ . _■
I inihi; the clerk brought ~ih.' Barsapa
rilla and a:so another wbicb be said was just
:■ d. l had to talk with him ten minutes
before I could get what I wanted. A
:it this I determined to go to the company,
: at, who told me be tiad
1> arned of some of the < ring to sub
stitute another Barsaparilla lor Joy's V.
ble Sarsaparilla, i>u: he did not belli i
drug -to:-.- irere responsible for it. Possibly
. ... rks were inten In
Bonn otb r medicine Sowever, ii you will
wi .!■■ the matter up we win puolisi; It.
And au I have. H. XEIJS< »>■', i.ick. House.
i^ h Tobacco^%~o\
IFcßirejt fe #^\
The Sweetest fv
lhe(leanesT \ \_£/
eVer made. \(\ t~
is quiciv i >- fflfc?t-4M RAlWli
absorbed. BMC Po*^» h, • >".inw
Nasnl Paaeaxes, Hlr =>^ cc'tW HpAnfi I
AIIOTS I'alii and B^HAY-FE\,'?d r®M '■
Inflammation. Kg^ t(< J%g AS
Heals the Sores. e«* /^^
Protects Hip ■*■ §
rM(>mbr;)ne from w&£BtSi^ I
Addltlonnl (old. HI — -^aSy>XzsSn
I!e«toroa the HBsTvVH »x^aß '
feonnns of Taste ■Bg^\r^"i
and Smell. «%<&■ B > ..— -—.
IT WILL CURE COLD "N HEAD
A particle is applied into eacii nostril ami is
asreeable. Prtae ;">o cent* at Druggists or by 1
anail. ELY IiiiOTUEKS, 60 Warren street, !
Vtiw York. |
THE SENATE SCANDAL.
Postponement ot the Inquiry. That
I'itffJ.v May Procure Counsel.
The Senatorial Committee appointed to
investigate the charge made by Senator
Ijiggy of San Francisco, that he was
ottered a bribe of §8,000 by Senator Dunn
(also of San Francisco) if he would stand
in on a number of cinch bilis, met in the
Judiciary Committee* room at the Capi
tol at 9:30 o'clock yesterday morning.
The committee consists of Senators Simp
sou, Smith, Aram, Seawell and White
Senator Simpson, who is Chairman of
the committee, said Biggy informed him
that he would like to be represented by
an attorne3 T. Simpson said he did not
like the idea very well, because the intro
duction of lawyers into the case would
Senator Dunn Baid he did not want an
attorney. He was willing to go on with
the case and leave it in the hands of the
committee to decide without it being pre
sented by an attorney.
Senator Biggy aaid he was desirouß of
being represented by an attorney. He
had telegraphed for W. W. Foote of San
Francisco, and for that reason would
like to have ihe investigation postponed
until Thursday morning at i) o'clock.
Senator Seawell wanted to know about
how long Biggy would take to present his
case. Biggy replied that it would take
but a very shore time to define his posi
Senator Simpson said that in order to
expedite matters it would be better for
Uigey to state to whom he referred as
having ollored him £^,000 to vote for cer
tain cinch bills, and Biggy replied that
Senator Dunn was the man.
Alter some discussion as to the time
when the committee should reconvene,
an adjournment was aunounced until y
o'clock this morning.
In the afternoon Senator Biggy was
granted indefinite leave of absence and
left for iSan Francisco, having received
word of the death of his sister there. He
will probably not return before the ad
journment of the Legislature, but it« is
understood the investigation will proceed
at v o'clock this morning.
It was staled last evening that Biggv
was laboring under great excitement on
Tuesday, and had been very nervous for
several days, partly owing to the death of
his wife a week ago. The opinion is freely
expressed that under these circumstances
his charges were made too hastily aud
that he will hardly bo able to substantiate
JAMES DODD WANTED.
He Is Heir to tho Estate of a Deceased
The following letter has been received
by Secretary Luther of the Pioneer So
ciety from Lawyer A. L. Huntington of
256j Essex street, Salem, Maryland:
Deak Sik: one James Dodd went to
California from Salem some twenty-live
years ago, aud was known to have been
in your city for many years, at one time
running a laundry. .Nothing has been
heard from him for seven years, and it is
supposed ho is dead.
As he is an heir of a sister recently de
ceased, the administrator must endeavor
to rind him, or any heirs of his, though it
is not known that he was married.
ASAPH WILDER'S ESTATE.
Benjamin "W. "Wilder Sow Petitions
for Its Distribution.
Benjamin W. Wilder has petitioned the
Superior Court for the distribution ot the
estate of his deceased brother, Asaph
The deceased died August 10, I^JT, and
left an estate consisting of 40 i) acres of
land then valued at 94*500. Tue heirs to
the estate were the deceased's mother, two
sistora and two brothers.
Tuu petitioner pure-based the interests
ot" the other heirs, and asks the court to
order the. e.^tate distributed to him.
The petition will come up for hearing
in the Prob-Ue Court on the 22d inst.
Mxty Kays J;ich for 11. Williams and
H. Williams and William Doyle, con
victed of vagrancy, appeared for sentence
in the Police Court yesterday morning,
and were consigned to the County Jail
for a period of sixty days each.
In the case of John Pendegast, con
victed of disturbing the peace, Justice
Davis stated that although tho defendant
was undoubtedly guilty he thought tho
prospects of obtaining a iortune of |10,000
had frustrated his uraiu, and he would
impose a light line of §^ 50.
Yestorday Was a Cold Day for Chinese
When the Chinamen convicted of run
ning lottery games appeared in the
Police Court yesterday for sentence a line
ot fou was imposed on Ah Mcc, who put
up the amount in good American gold.
One i^ee and Fong Jam each received a
similar sentence, aud will endeavor to
I dig up.
On motion of W. A. Anderson, counsel
for the defense, Ah Chow was granted a
Articles of Incorporation.
. The following articles o:" Incorporation
have been tiiad in the oi&oa ot tna Saora
tary ot State:
The Peach blow Consolidated Gold Min
ing Company. Principal place of busi
uess, San Francisco. Capital stock
•,000, with <;. M. Spencer, &. Senn
< . i.rant, F. Frankonthal and W. G.
Langdon as directors.
The Arcade .Mill Company. Principal
place of business, Los Angeles. Capital
stock, 130,000, with C. A. Dillon J 1
lullon, W. li. Scott, W. H. Dillon and
Amelia Scott as directors.
The Pacific Coast Jockey Club. Prin
cipal place of business. San Francisco
Capital stock, $500,000, with E. Corngan'
S. N. Androus, VY. g, Leake, 11. j!
Crocker and A. ii. Spreckels as directors.
Failed to Appear.
W. A. Uarieau was not present in Jus
tice Uenry's court yesterday alternoon
when the matter of his alleged contempt
Albert M. Johnson, attorney for Con
stable 1- avis and certain cruditors, made
prool of the proceedings on Tuesday, and
asiced lor a bench-warrant lor Uarieau
ihe latter was in the city at the time.
Lady Bicyclist Injured.
Mrs. J. Todd was thrown from her bi
cycle at Third and T streets yesterday
alternoon and sustained a dislocation of
her shoulder. It is feared she was also
she was takt-h to the home of Officer
i'agley. near by, where her injuries were
attended to by a physician.
Furniture at Auction.
Ati'iti E street, at 10 a. m. to-day, .Bell
A Co. will sell all the household goods in
the residence, consiating ot a full outfit
from parlor to kitchen. The salo will he
at the residence of L. li. Woolaey, and
included among tbe household efleets is a
<)Uatitity ot choice chiuaware, glassware
atid ornaments ol unusuii excellence.
Coursing at Sheldon.
The Sacramento Coursine Club will
hold a hare-chasing match at Sheldon on
Sunday next, The entries will bu closed
aud tho doys drawn this evening at M.
Shoehan's, on I street, between Sixth and
The defendants' demurrers in the cases
I of Hattie Hill against George E. Diersseu
j and Frank T. .Johnson have been over
ruled by Township Justice Henry.
If you need a good medicine to purify
your blood, give nerve strength and build
\ up your entire system, take Hood's Sar
saparilia. It prevents sickness by mak
ing pure blood.
Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick head-
J acho, indigestion and biliousness. 25c
DAILY BECOBD^TOfeff. THTTHSBAT, 14, ls^.
THE CAREER OF GUSTAV BRAMAN.
Interesting Facts About the Notori
Ho Is Aeala Seeking Public Notoriety
—Hla Reoent Blackmailing;
Readers of the Record-Untox have
not forgotten the bold attempt made last
August in this city, by an adventurer
named Guatav Braman, to blackmail the
proprietress of a shady resort known a 9
"The Palace" out of several thousand
dollars by alleging that he had been
robbed of some §8,000 while occupying a
The fellow failed in his scheme and de
parted for other scenes. He has now
turned up at Marshiield, Or., whore he is
said to be contemplating a sensational
ocean voyage to San Francisco in a
twelve-foot dug-out. Speaking of Bra
man, Detective Anthony of San Fran
cisco gives the following sketch of the
fellow's career on this coast:
About four years ago Braman made his
appearance in .San Pedro, L,os Angeles
(Jouuty. Ho bad a hotel-keeper there ar
rested lor robbing bitn of but at the
trial it was proved that it was nothing
but a blackmailing schema on Braman's
part to extort 11101163' from '-he hotel-keeper
and the caso was dismissed, lie associ
ated with several women in tiie place and
the citizens uprose in their auger, tarred
and leathered Liim aud drove him out of
He was next heard of at Santa Craz,
wuore he and an imbecile brother lived
in a shanty. Bramau obtained two in
surances on bis brother's life, one for
$5,0U0 and the other lor $3,00(1 Thirty
days later the shanty was burned to the
ground and the brother waa cremated.
The insurance companies resistod pay
ment and Braman was arrested aud
charged with murder aud arson. At the
tirsi trial a woman testilied strongly
agaiust him, but when he had a new trial
her testimony was the other way and
Braman was discharged. He got the in
surance money, aud it was afterward
learned that he had promised to give the
woman a large sum of money if she
would not testify against him on the sec
Braman then came to San Francisco
and obtained employment as a conductor
on the Union-street line. He made him
self very attentive to several ladies aud
particularly to Mrs. Leroy, a wealthy
widow, on Vallejo street. Finally he
proposed marriage to her, but his suit
was rejected, as Mrs. Leroy believed all
he wanted was her money. He was not
discouraged, and again pressed his suit,
assuring her that he was only actuated
by love for herself, and in proof of that
he gave hor a valuable diamond ring.
About this time the woman in Santa
Cruz cauie to the city and told other con
ductors ou the Union-street line that as
Bramau had failed to keep his promise
to pay her a large sum of money she
would kill him.
The police had meantime been notified
of his doings io San Pedro and Santa
Cruz, and he was quietly but rirmly ad
vised to leave the State. He also had
heard that the Santa Cruz woman was
here threatening to kill him. so he took
tho advice and went to Mexico.
Braman remained in Mexico for a year
and returned to the State. He was next
heard of in Sacramento. He had been
stopping in the house of a woman named
Brown, aud went to the Chief of Police
with a story that he had been robbed of
*b,uoO in the house. He obtained a search
warrant and an officer accompanied him
to the dwelling. In one of the rooms ha
told the omcer to search under the car
pet, aud three S-0 gold pieces, which were
marked, were found. Braman explained
that he had been robbed once before, and
since then he always took the precaution
of marking his coin. He then tola the
officer to look behind a mirror, and a dia
mond ring was found.
It was suspected that Braman was play
ing another blackmailing scheme, and an
olhcer from Sacramento visiled San
Francisco to obtain his record. Mrs.
Leroy, the widow on Yailejo street, was
subpenaed as a witness, and wuen lira
man learned that he returned to San
Francisco bafore the trial of the Sacra
mento case, and had the widow arrested
lor stealing the diamond pin which he
gave her. The case was heard in Judge
Conian's court and Mrs. Leroy was ac
quitted. Tho Judge advised her to have
Braman arrested lor perjury, and she
swore out a warrant, but it was not
served upon him, as it was thought it
might ail'ect tao Sacramento case.
The case in Sacramento was dismissed
and the Judga scored Braman for his &i-
2, SU LJnLoo
Every lady, and especially S
every young lady who is in want jj
of a medium-priced shoe, that |
has all of the style, fit and wear %
of the more expensive ones,
They are made of fine "Vici"
Kid—THE KID THAT WEARS;
have either top ot same material
ot»fine diagonal cloth: come on
the narrow Philadelphia square
or the new Vassar pointed toe,
and have extra Ion? pointed pat
ent tips. The price, c-y -^
FiftfcL and J Stre;^ts.
-tempt to blackmail the woman Erown.
He left Sacramento and now he comes to
the front in Marshtield, Or., with his
foolhardy scheme to make a long voyage
in a twelve-foot boat.
"My opinion is," said Detective An
thony, that Braman has a well-laid
scheme in making this trip, and if he
should start on it the boat will be found
bottom up on some beach. Braman will
probably have insured his life for a big
sum and after the boat is found a con
federate will apply for the insurance
money and he and Braman will share it.
lhat is my belief from my knowledge of
They "Were Both Committed on Mon
day >*lsht Last.
Since the recent demonstration against
thugs, thieves and footpads there have
been very lew crimes committed in the
city, but it looks as if some of the crimi
nal element were coming back to do bus
iness at the old stand.
On Monday night two places were
broken into and robbed—the store of W.
L.rome at Eighth and O streets and an
other in the southern part of the city
kept by a man named Bogart.
From Brome's store a quantity of gro
ceries, tobacco, bread, cakes, nuts, etc.,
wero carried off, but nothing of great
value. Ihe proprietor, aud his wife live
in the rear of the store, and Mrs. Brome
was awakened by tho noise made by the
burglars, bat thought it was made by
some cats in the back yard. One of the
burglars was there, however, and whon
Mrs. Brome was heard opening the door
he ran around to the front and warned
At Bogart'B a window was smashed in
and a quantity of stuti stolon.
Mr. lirome stated yesterday that both
cases wore promptly reported to the po
lice, and he was surprised to find the
lads had not been given to tho press. He
thinks if they had been some outsider
might have discovered the thieves with
Brown's Bronchial Troches are the
simplest, quickest and most effectual
remody for bronchitis, asthma, aud throat
The Sunset Limited is a solid vesti
bulod train, splendidly equipped, leaving
San Francisco every Thursday at 10:^0
Saksapahilla and Iron. Get it from
the sole ageut, MoMorry, 531 M street. *
Cottoiene—the new shortening—the
only pure aud healthful and perfectly
digestible fryiug and shortening mate
rial in the market —is now to be had at
all first-class grocers throughout the
United States aud Canada.
In using Cottoiene for shortening,
it is of the greatest importance to use
only about one-half or two-thirds as
ciuch as would be used of lard. This
is essential to success in the cooking,
as well ar, an important feature for
one's pocket book.
Cottoiene, like all other good things,
has found several imitators, all of very
inferior quality, and sure to cause dis
satisfaction. To be sure of getting the
genuine Cottoiene, the best way to
buy it is in the tin pails bearing the
name and Trade-Mark.
f& \gs\ Made only by
N. K. FAIRBANK
\g||p/ ST. LOUIS and
Chicnso, Sew Vorii, Eojitoa.
FOR BABY'S SKIN
Scalp and Hair
vj^ ? SOAP*
The most eflFective skin purifying and beau
tifying soap in the world, as well as purest
and sweetest for toilet, bath, and nursery.
For distressing facial eruptions, pimples,
blackheads, irritations of the scalp, dry,
thin, and falling hair, red, rough hands,
dialings, and simple rashes and blemishes
of childhood, it is absolutely incomparable.
Sold throughout the world. British depot: Nbw.
Bkby, i, Kins Edward-st., London. Pottbr Drug
& Chem. Corp., Sole Props., Eoston, U. S. A.
WASHINGTON LODGE, NO. 20, a
F. and A. M.—< allod meeting i<?CY_
THIS THURSDAY, March 14th, atXJC
7:30 p.m. Masons are cordially invited. f ▼ \
E. A. |lt*j G. E. EBERT. W. M.
YM. I.—REGULAR MEETING OF CAP
. ital Council. No. 11, THIS (Thursday)
EVENING at 7:3oo'clock, in Grangers' Hall.
Visiting brothers cordially invited.
It !BCI .r. J. MO RAN, President.
OLIVE BRANCH LADIES' SOCIETY.—
Regular meeting THIS (Thursday) E VEN
ING, March 14, l*'.i.~>. at 7:3<> o'clock.
ALICE KUNZ, President.
_Deli.a Haedbich. Recording Sec. It
A SPECIAL ASSEMBLY OF SAC- .*.
J\ ramento Comniandery, No. ~,
Kniglits Templar, for drill and re- Sfefgjl
neanaL will be held at the Asylum f 1
THIS (Thursday) EVENING, March l/\AI
11 th, at 7:30 o'clock. Bojournera courteously
invited. |lt) G. W. RAILTON, E. C.
/CALIFORNIA TEMPLE, NO. 1. RATH
\j bone SUters — Ri-gul.tr meeting THIS
(Thursday; EVENING, at 7:30 o'clock.
SHELLY BARRY. M. E. C.
M us. Georgia Glthuie. M. of R. and C. It
1" OST—A FOLDING PURSE, CONTAIN
_j iu^ §10 in coin, a note and a doctor's pre
scription. Finder return to 514 J street and
receive reward. mr!4-2t
I OST—BETWEEN EIGHTH AND M AND
J Ninth between L and M, a pur>e contain
ing money, key and cards. Return to 615 .1
street and be rewarded. It*
TOST —SUNDAY, MARCH 10TH, ON
l_j the old Auburn road, near the Twelve
mile Hou,e, a bay mare, -with small, white
spot on withers; she had on a leather halter,
with leat her hitching .strap attached. Finder
please communicate with C. E. BAUEK. No.
221 J street. mrl3-3L
rpHE HOUSEWIFE, TO SEE AND TAKE
J. advantage of the bargains at H. K. WAL
LACETS, yi3 to Sl7 J street. Tinware,
Crockery and Glassware.
KARL MULLER, THE EXPERIENCED
Job Gardener, will attend to any garden
work by the hour, day. week or month in a
very careful manner and a very reasonable
pay; uy him and you will be more than sati»
-li.-i; seeds, (lowers, plants, etc., for aale; gar
dens laid out In ah artistic manner and taken
care of a specialty. Call or drop a po-tal at
304 S street. mil l-l w*
01 ftl 3 ST; R°o-^s 8-10-DR. CHARLES
•" J U2 C'JRNELL, the greatest and most re
liable business test medium of the nineteenth
century: patronized by the business men and
women of the world; natural magnetic doctor.
* CARPENTER CAN GET ANYTHING
XX he wants at H. K. WALLACE'S. Tools at
bargains. b!3 to >17 J stieet.
T UPHOLSTERING AND MATTRESSES
L, made over at bedrock prices, by F
BROWN. 1009 X street. *
I>AG CARPET FACTORY AT 1214
X Elghtnst. MRS. JOHNSON. Proprietress.
HAVE YOUR PAPERHANGING DONE
by A. H. ANDERSON, Jr., northeast
corner of Seventh and J street.
t LL LADIES, NEAR OR FAR. SAFE.
1\ quick cure guaranteed: any disease of
irregularity; disgrace, dan^.-r avoided- sure
relief, though otners fail; travelers treated;
low fee; self-cure: send, call 8r write; strict
confidence. Kuom 1, 415 J street.
FtANK H. WING HAS REMOVED HIS
Rubber Stamp Factory to Oid-Postoffice
DOHtung. second noor. office, Koorn 10.
<i-| FOR CLEANING WATCHES, §1 FOR
•PI mainsprings; all work guaranteed. 410
X street, next to Metropolitan Theater Cash
paid for old gold and silver.
DRES3 AND CLOAKMAKING.
DRESS AND CLOAK MAKER-CLOAKS
made over; suits. §3, S5 and §10. 1223
MRS. C. J. ADAMS, FASHIONABLE
dressmaker, has opened her parlura ai
1222>i Sixth street, and wishes the public to
know that she does fir-t--:ass work; bridal
suits, mourning suits and tailor-made s'Uts
for $3 up.
MRS. HAMILTON FASHIONABLE
Dressmaker, with school ot uress-cut
ting. Patterns cut to order; all worii guar
aiuted, l;>u>; X .street.
/CABINETS REDUCED TO $2 PER DOZEN
\j for a short time only at KELLERS. 719
X street, near Postottice.
BEALS' GEM GALLERY; SNAP PHOTO
graphs of babie3 by lightning process. My
experience in the business enables me to over
come all liiliculties. Cor. Seventh and. J.
T)OOKBINDING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
JL) with good work and promptness. E. W.
BREUNLNG, ;i'J J -treet, Sacramento.
MAGAZINES, PORTFOLIOS AND PERl
odicals bound in superior modern styles
bookbinders, 403 J street.
rp.REES FOR SALE AT 3 CENTS EACH,
JL F. O. B. Peach, Pear, Plum, Cherry. No
better trees grown.
Terms satisfactory. Address
Walnut Grove, Cal.
MOSS ANDREWS' SELECT SCHOOL, 514
Thirteenth street; English branches and
music; use of cab.
Extra Gilt Edge
ALSO FINE OLD PORTER,
Delivered to Saloons Ice Coli
Capacity, 75,000 to 100,000 Barrels
BEST B^ER IN THE WORLD
IX&w * and * NcssLt.
718 X St. Telephone i©O.
CONSTANTLY OM HAND ALL KINDS
\j ot fresh and Salted Meats; also, delicacies i
that temDt your aouetite. i'RKKDEUVKBY. |
WANTED-THE BEST ROADSTErt IN
the Stiite; must be sound, gentle, stylish
and step close down to a three-mtnute gute;
age, lour to seven; weight, 1,100 to 1,150;
color, bay, chestnut, black or sorrei; don'i
answer unless you have a horse that meet*
every requirement and is for sale at a reason
able price; I don't want a cow and 1 won't
buy a ranch. Address, giving spot, cash flg
ures^P. O. Box -103, Sacramento, mrl-l-at
W^ANTED— A MIDDLE-AGED fiENTLE
VV man, stranger in me city, permanently
employed, wishes to engage room aud board
with home comforts; widow preferred. Ad
dress A._B.,_tb.is_office. mrl-l-3t*
WANTED— A GOOD SOLICITOR FOR
business house. Apply 513^ J street.
WANTED- A SITUATION BY A MAN
and wile on a rancn. The man is a com
petent larmer, and his wife is a good cook and
housekeeper. Both are young and willing to
work hard for reasonable wages. References
given it required. Inquire at 1108 Fourth
jtreet, room S4. mrlB-1 w*
WANTED— PEOPLE TO EXAMINE THE
Magee Ranges at 11. K. WALLACE'S,
813 to bl 7 J street. The best aud cheapest.
VfTANTED— THE LADIES OF SACRA
? mento to inspect the Crockery and Tin
ware at H. K. WALLACE'S, bl3 to 817 J
TTSTANTED—A STRONG AND EXPERI
> V enced female nurse for an invalid. Ap
ply southeast coiner Eighth and 11 streets.
ORDERS FOR BROWN LEGHORN EGOS
(incubator lots) tilled in from one to live
days, according to the capacity of your ma
chine. MATTHIAS & BLOM, Box 14>J, Sac
ramento. Agents for NhW MODEL JUBI
LOOK HERE—A MAGNIFICENT OFPOR
tunity ior a firsi-elas- canvasser, lady or
gentleman. Inquire of E. E. BERGMAN,
420 J street, this city, between the hours uf
y A. M. and 12 n.
TO LET OR RENT.
F)R RENT-LOWER FLAT, NO. 1815 J
street. Inquire of R. i'HlLli', 628i£ J
street, room t>. mrl l-uf*
ALL LODGING-HOUSE-KEEPERS AND
private families having extra rooms
please notify undersigned, Chairman of Hotel
Committee, of the number oi persons you
can accommodate during the Enoampm at
of a. A. 11., to be held in this city April 22d
Ito :25th next, with location and price. W 11
| AMBROSE, -Bee" ortice, City.
VTIOEIiY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM AT
JJi N.E. cor Eleventh and G sts. mrl3-lw*
Nin ELEVENTH ST.—LOWER FLAT OF
luO five rooms, partially turnished for
Q|-j(| TENTH ST.—FURNISHED HOUSE
UKjtJ keeping rooms; also, single rooms.
Vi.J PER MONTH—FOR RENT, A MOD-
ViO era Hat of five rooms, with bath and
pautry, lower flat, at 1406 v street. Inquire
CHAS. M. CAMPBELL, 40'J X street, carpets
milE VENDOME.IIO4 M AKKET STREET,
.L >"?an Francisco, has been thoroughly reno
vated and newly furnished, and will be con
ducted as a iirst-class rooming house. All
Market street cars pass the house. Rates. $1
per day aud upwara. mr6-2w
I Qll SEVENTH ST. - NICELY FUR
1/wll ntohed double parlors; I ath And gas.
TTOUSEKEEPING ROOMS-APPLY TO
II DR. J. 11. SHIRLEY, cancer specialist,
OLD P. Q. BUILDING, Fourth and X streets.
*1 Wv>Q G STREET-THE LOWER PART
10>»0 of house of-1 or U rooms; rent very
I)LACK.SMITH SHOP IN GOOD LOCA
> tion, corner Eleventh and T streets, in
quire next door.
T?URNISHEI) ROOMS AT THE BERK
£! shire, cor. Sixth aud L. Strictly first-class.
TO LET—SUITE OFROOMS WITH PIAN( >,
to geiitlemau with reference. Applj this
1.)/W* X BTREET—A NICE FURNISHED
J^iv/o_sOorn; good location.
11AQ FOURTH STREET—FURNISHED
11 UO rooir.s. $1 and upward per weeis.; nice
froni_suite. MRS. \V. A. CASwELL.
1 '^01 NINTH BTREET—HOUSE OF el YE
I'J-wI roouis. Inquire KA(jrLE BAKERY
. ■— _ i
ABARGAIN-WHO WANTS IT? SU
burb.m home for sale, or exchange for
city property; one acre; trees and vines bear
ing; tiouse of '.i rooms, bard finished; bath;
water under pressure. Address li»21 H st.
A YOUNG THOROUGHBRED JERSEY
cow; just come in. Apply 917 I street.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—FOR SAC
ramento or suburban property, bO acres
or fine land l miles this side of Colfax and l
mile from Wiemar; good house, 3 rooms and ;
pantry, living water, sufficient to in.
several acres; very healtny location; price
81,600. Apply N. B. CANNON, Louisiana
Tract, or address Sacramento Postofnce.
m r 12- Gt*
IpOU SALE—S. C. BROWN LEGHORN
Eggs lor hatching at 50c per setting, at
i'HOS. LYNN'S, Sacramento, or J. R. CAI'-
IETi, Pleasant Grove. ddfcw
DON'T PAY RENT WHEN YOU CAN
buy a lot from me, aud 1 will build you j
a house on it and give you three years to pay j
iv, on Installments. I have four high l«ts-:, i
■lo leet front by ;>o feet deep, tuootthtm i
Cacea Twenty-fifth street, between .1 and X
and two faoe X street, and I will sell them at
$550 and upward. I also have two lots
•loxi go feet, which i offer on the lame term-..
Every one should own their own home, aud
here is your opportunity. Address P.0.80X
354, Hacranu ir^>.
F-OR SALE-K-STREET AM> J-BTREET
business properties. Appls to CARL
BTROBEL, 317 J Btreet,
FOR SALE.— THOJR :: D PI Q
Paps, 6 weeks old. Appij isai Nstu.t.
rpHOROUGHBRED JERBE\ COw WILL
1 come in m April. Applj WO6 >. street
C«.)R SALS —FOUR iORES FINEST
T_ berry land in bauramento \ allej , lust out
side city limits, near aleatric cars Bee
JAMES K. MILLS, 301 .i Btreet.
HORSE AND BUGGY, $100; HALF
cash, half time. See GARDINER at '
- __ I
HORSES, HARNESS ANh WAGONS AT
Rice's feed and salo stabli s. Twelfth 1
RUNE PROPERTY ON X STREET. FOR
J; particulars, address M., tins Office.
IX>R BARGAINS IN HOP LAND GO TO
JJ ROSS A ROSS. 1005 Fourth street.
4 RESTAURANT DOING A GOOD BUSJ.
j\ ness. Apply to ROSS & Ro.-Sd, 1000
1 1 91 2 STREET-SHEET METAL ROOF
11^1 mg and lathlu-. E. 11A \- .B.
FOR SALE—CANARY BIRDS FOR SALE. :
1112 F street.
C<OR SALE—SIXTY HEAD OF YOUNG '
1 horses aud mules. Call or address LIN- ;
OOLN WBTTJB. 828 I street.
FOR SALE—DIFFERENT SIZE PIPE, ;
dipped, guaranteed to stand high pressure, i
at lowratts. BACRAMENTO i'IPK WORKS, j
m octagon bu;ldm_ r. near depot. I
OAK STOVE WOOD, $5 75 PER CORD
delivered; measurement guaranteed: yard
on Twelfth .street road; P. O. address, bus ,
Seventh street. W. H. BASL.ER. i
FOR SALE—A SPLENDID NEW MATH- j
shels piano. whiOh came into OUT posses
; s>ion in the way or trade; will be sold at a bar- i
gain. The phino can be ordered direct from
iactory if purchaser prefers. Inquire at this
! nAP.DWF.LL COLON Y-10-ACRE TRACTS
j \j only $100 per acre; water pipes will be
i laid to each and every tract in said colony. ,
> J. T. CAKDWLL.L, owner, 12u4 >' street, or 1
301 J street, Sacramento.
I _^GEWEKAL WOTICBS.
milE "LOS ANGELES TIMES." DAILY,'
: JL J* FTJCHa' BOOKSTORE. 525 J street. 1*
| TUKVENTH ANNUAL BALL. OF TUB
I J5-O^.V, eni •Htar Kr:i»»-» VeTrtttn at Tnrr.' r
Hall. THURSDAY EVENINO. March 14.
xtiJo. Aj2nissu>n^2ri oents each, gnrt a-^t
/CESSPOOLS. VAULTS AN L> CHIMNEY*
\J $£*?£& *° dirt; lowest flrloefc W. U.
SLAUttHIER. 317 X and 50l M.
A GOOD SET OF TEETH FOR 56; FILL
: j^\_ nig uoc and ujnvard; lrom one-iMrd :•»
I ri&S 11 , :1" vvolk Buaranteed. DR. O.
Iw» NEWSOM, LvniHl Parl,i r » 1120 I street.
R E T fJ 7 .TA}VV: E£ AT MRS- HERN A>
t J * . toi"-th street. MeM.au
meals cooked to order; i.iso. Mexican beans.
Enchiladas served on Sunday. "^man,
i J^O^SfSh Bt D"PWMTIOM AGENCY,
■it si. fcixtu St., Sacramento i» rm „ ■
futed 11 P furnisUl'a suia conteMU^i*
STATIONERY, READING MATTER
kj blank bonks, etc., for sale cheap by s. A.
LwjAJMli, :.!ou X Btreet.
PLUMBING CONTRACTS AND .lull
p-A^o6 ut iIU kinds taken at n. K. Wal
lace.--, 813 to si; j.
NOTICE.-SEND FOR ELECTBIO BURG
a-im^-w A1:tn"». 'Ai'llAL ELECTRIC
>VORKB, 884 X, Sacrametfto.
S'l" l)i\l\ TO LOAN ON FIRST-CLASS
roor *JWA #i Sl^ security. Inquire of
COOLgY, 1013 bonrtn Btreet,
mpAKE V.in; GLOVES \.\D si.ir
_1 to F. 4 G.THOMAS dyers and <•!,■ in, •!•■
lor best and quickest WoVk^Oll sfx&Su
'*>! <; T nV ( 1 1 XI'T U BTREET-J. ROWE,
0I D ond-hand and new narnoss, saddles
etc.. bought, soul, exchanged or repaired.
SEE A. 11. ANDERSON, Jr., FOR HOUSE
painting and paperhanglng. northeast
corner of Seventh and j streets.
PHYSICAL TRAINING, VOICE CUL
-1 ture, Elocution ;*:ul Delsarte eipre
Apply Unity Hall, Foresters' building I'ues
days and Fridays, MRS. ELIZABETH
DOHRMAN, 7^'l [ street, graduate ol Da
iroit Praining School and pupil or Oskar
Guttmann, N.;w York, and Emii Behnke.
London. Classes now forming. Children's
classes, Saturdays, 10:30 a. h.
IrNITED STATES LAUNDRY, 414 FOUR
teenth Btreet; branch office, 1005 J Btrei i.
i>OURLAND WILL PAINT VOL'K ROOF;
) work guaranteed or no pay. At COM
aTOOK'S, Fifth and K.
FOR RELIABLE HELP, MALE OR FE
ma'.e, go to 6<lo I street. MI>B ISAKLS VR \
I STREET HAY M \KKF.I, No. 206, COR
ner .second and I. To everyone that
hay, it will be greatly to your advantage to
call and see our price lIbI buiore buying else
j where. .Full weight guaranteed.
FOR FRESH FISH DAILY. POULTRY
butter and eggs, vegetables and choice
jrnltsat bottom prices yo to tne Capital Mar
ket, 11:50 .1 street. B. GODEKAS.
CHOICE ELVS AND MILL FEED AT
your own price, 1031 J street. 11. .1.
piTIZENS" COMMITTEE OF SAFETY'S
\\j headquarters, 701 I street. Com mi
tions dropped into the letter box will receive
F'LOCR, 85c SACK; HONEY, 3 FOB
25 pounds good sugar, $1; lye, 5c can.
BEESLJSY & HON, >lv X street. "
EGGS FOR HATCHING—FROM M.
oughljred poultry; agent Petaluma Inou
bator; visitors welcome. E. \. MURRAY
2«28 JI street
CE. ADAMS, 1106 J STREET—CHEAP
.est place for hay and feed. White wild
oats; also tme bay for carpets.
BUSINESS MEN, HAVE YOI R 800 S
exported by c. K. JACKSON, state House
I?OK PURE*, FRE3H MILK TRY THE
i -.olden Eagle Dairy. HAKVKi G .
It r.I 1.
FOR GOOD WCJOD, FULL MEASURE
call on LXX SPURGEON. truckman,
i enth and X streets.
rnEETII FILLED ABSOLUTELY WITH
JL out pain by DR. o. W. .\,-:\vsu.\l,,ir. i ..
MKS. KEENE, IL':.'U SEVENTH STREET.
Chicken served in Span. lOc;
tamales, luc; tamales with co;fee, 15c; opeu
; day and night.
DO YOU WANT A NEW CARPET? [F
so, call and see our new line, at lowest
prices for cash oron easy payments,at IH \s
M. CAMPBELL 8, 409 £ street. Ifurniture
and Carpets. Upholstering and Repairing.
SOAHD AND LODGING.
IAioJ-A, B. GILMORE, PLYMOUTH
1 U Jo Restaurant, board and lodging; good
home i-ookinu and reasonable rates. Call and
give us v trial.
MANSION HOUSE, SEVENTH, I AND J
streets—D ddedly : tee In the
city, comfortable, dean and homelike; r
en suite or single, wuh or without board;
good board, $4 per we< k.
MUSIC AND ART.
HAVE YOUR PIANOS AM> ORGANS
tuned and repaired by F. BLODGE
eompi tent, reliable and prompt. < Orders 1< \'.
at A. J. Pommer's, Ninth au i .!, or residence,
193 9 I, prom; Uy aj ten led u>.
EJ. APPLEBY, BANJO AND MANDO
, Un Uxstructor. Music furnlshe torprl
-1 vate parties, etc. 816 rwelfth st., Hand 1.
GfEORGE B. FRANZ, TEACHER OF VIO
* linand cornet. Studio Eighth and J sta.
yiill'AK. BANJO AND MANDOLIN—
I \ Reduced rates; 8 lea ms, 95; -l 91
K-Muis, s;. IK'U-. PALMER, 610^ I street.
QCHOOL OF ART NEEDLEWORK, 1014
ii Eighth treet. Stamping and embroidery
give ; li -~o:. days, Monday, Wednes*
• it. and Friday.
PRICES TALK FOR 1 S: rWENTY-FIVK
1 pounds Bugar, (H; rresh butter, 30c roll; 4
. Use; :; cana touiatoes,
tine Japau tea, 2 ' : .'. bi .. -.-: tea,
~'scE>; .'.:.:. id M. to ■ B or Baking
Powder guarante v the besl made, -1 -.
2< .; i tb, 40c; 3 lbs, 90c; White Lib- syrup,
Urn b -? tal ■ Jymp, 70c galloncaus; Sooze,
(.i im.il, Farina, Morning Meal, ie fo; Scans
isagle niiii: t ii 50c; fine mono , 20c
B>; our square butter, . . ■ : ■■■tth-*
pickles, 25c; 10 ban ■ ,2 •. • i rs Royal
Savon, ~J5c; t; ban bi 25c; G bars
toilet soap, 25c; ttneprunes, 5c tb; ii:ied pear*.
;>■• tt; fine raisins, 6 n« ft . No. i maca
roni, 50c box; 3 fts Mocha ■:'■
$i; jelly. 10c glas iflee, 26c 1b;
bams, lie :'; shoulders, 7Vjjc fc; large
mustard sardines, 100. BEESLEY «t SoN,
810 X street. _^____
pILEYTS GROCERY, TENTH AND E—A
Xt lull assortment oi agate and tinware, 5
and 10c Counters; l;o:m1 !,i;Uf r, from 30 to VOc
per roll; sail - nt, 10c ap! ; . i
tomatoes, 20c j row . '>■■ B>; - i". beans,
25c. In order to i Umes,weai
ir.ggoodsat tin- lowest mark.
CALL AND SEE OUR BEST FIRKIN
• r. 2oc ft; No. 1 pickle roll, 05c; good
hams. llcB); bacon, 10;./; E>; snoulders, 7 !,,o
&; rolled oats and wneit, 4c tb; y cans tomat
oes, fancy olives, 25c quart: layer
raisins. 10-!r> box, »jvc; 10 bi-.rs b^ss soap,
good tea, 25c tt>: Schilling's bes: Costa Rica
and Java oollee, 3 lbs SI. it yon want to g.-t
:t square deal, call at Bl> X street SIMoNS
A- S' iN. '
HARRY W. RIVErr, STKAM CARPET
cleaning, corner Twelfth and O streets.
Capet cutting, sowing i.ad n fltting; furnituro
tor shipment; second-hand carpets
and furniture bought and for sale. Tele
DCARMICHAEL NOTIME6THE PUB
. lie that hereafter he will mate -i
ciaity of horseshoeing; uo extra charge for
stoel hand-made side toe and quarter w.
lorging and inrerteiing and Btumbllnsi siiot-s,
100» Eighta street.
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