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THE "POPS" STILL ON DECK,
But Where Will trie Democratic Hosts
People's Party Committee Says Silver
is Not the Only Thing to
Th© Executive Committee of the
People's party held an executive ses
sion at the State House yesterday to
consider matters relative to the late
campaign and lay out the future policy
of the party in this State.
Those in attendance were: E. M.
Wardall, Chairman; R. E. Bush, Sec
retary; S. C. Houghton, Assemblyman
elect from Tehama and Trinity Coun
ties; C. A. Barlow, Congressman-elect
from the Sixth District; T. V. Cator,
M. E. Dittmar of Bedding, J. S. Barbes
of Los Angeles, L. M. Landsborough
and J. E. Camp of Sacramento.
The line of discussion was on how
far fusion had succeeded, and what the
future policy of the party should be
in this State. There was considerable
cross-lire between Secretary Bush and
Mr. Cator, the former putting a num
ber of pointed questions to the latter,
and asking how far his influence ex
tended with the Democratic party in
the matter of fusion.
The indorsement by the People's
DArty of Bryan had given the Demo
crats the dominance and weakened the
party. He wished to know why Mr.
Cator had gone to Chicago, if he knew
that fact, in Bryan's interest.
Mr. Cator said that Mr. Bush was
mistaken about his going to Chicago
ln Bryan's interest. Mr. Bush had, he
charged, wiitten letters to members of
the party, opposing a number of As
semblymen who had pledged them
. ■ lv, t to support him in the Senatorial
fight, and urging that they be defeated.
Mr. Bush denied having written any
such letters, and defied Mr. Cator to
bring proof that he had.
Mr. Barlow substantiated Mr. Cator"s
Statement, saying that he had seen
some of the letters.
Tlie committee continued In execu
tive session all the afternoon.
The committee held an evening ses
sion, which was rather informal, and
at v.hieh Secretary Bush presented a
bundle of vouchers to show what dis
poaition had been made of the cam
aigrn Fund. While there was consid
erable argument over some of the arti
■ . > of expense, no action was taken,
and when at length a recess was taken
until 10 o'clock p. m., Secretary Bush's
report, which must shortly be filed with
the Secretary of State, was no nearer
• mpletion than when the committee
first met. He was seen during the
'recess and said, pointing to a large roll
under his arm:
"I've still got my vouchers, and pro
pose to keep them until they are aud
ited by the committee."
Before the recess was taken a com
mittee was appointed to draft a report
to control the future action of the
party in the State, subject to the action
of the State Committee.
When the committee once more as-
tabled the committee which had been
appointed to report upon the future ac
tion of the party in the State, reported
To the People's Party of the State of
<"a!.f .rnia: Our party sprang into ex
£ioe a child of necessity. It will re
lin the champion of our demands on
dhe great questions of finance, transpor-
I ii m and land until the reforms we ad
vocate shall have been prosecuted to a
successful issue, and tlie great struggle
DOW pending becomes a matter of his-
The great campaign just closed has
succeeded apparently in crushing out
hope in the heart of the people. The
success is more apparent than real, for
a policy that menaces human liberty
cannot be permanently sustained in a
Jand wlhere liberty is an Inborn right.
Bunker, Hill had its Yorktown and
Bull Bun its Appomatox. So
surely as right will finally pre
vail; so surely will the cause of hu
manity be eventually sustained at the
ballot box. It therefore becomes a pos
itive duty to close ranks, align our
selves anew and be prepared not alone
to check future onslaught, designed to
further entrench class privileges, but to
take the aggressive in the struggle that
haa for its final object a broader recog
n of the brotherhood of man.
The object of the People's party was
:;.it accomplished when one of its de
mands was made the cardinal principle
of another great party. Great as is the
silver question, it Is not as great as the
wh de money question—a question that
Involves the abolition of the bank of is
sue and the establishment of a postal
•avtega I mk. Great as is the money
QU mOcm in its entirety, It does not over
shadow the iaaue that involves Govern
ment ownership of our transportation
monopolies, direct legislation and the
These detuai. 1- are all near and dear
to Populists, ar.d while one of tihe great
Issues that we have contested for this
if we do our whole duty not alone will
< -isful issue in the next campaign, but
other demands will also receive the
favorable consideration that their
merits wil command.
action of the Chicago convention felt
it a duty to respond to the demand that
we s.ipport William J. Bryan and unite
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bacco - You will find ■
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all reform forces in an effort to defeat
the gold power. We cannot complain of
'the action of our national convention.
By fraternizing for this campaign
with the silver forces we have widely
extended a knowledge of and belief in
our principles. We have also by hon
estly supporting Mr. Bryan placed the
Democratic party in a position where
it cannot attribute defeat to our party.
It is now plainly seen that the reason
the Democratic party did not succeed
was because that party could not be
held together in a contest against plu
tocracy. We have done our whole
patriotic duty in the demand for our
alliance, and the event proving that
Democrats cannot attract Republicans
in sufficient numbers to fill the gap
made by the wide desertion of gold
We are forced to conclude that the
future maintenance of a national strug
gle for relief against Republican plu
tocracy requires a compact organiza
tion within our party of all who would
rescue the nation from industrial ruin.
To the end that there may be har
mony in our policy and purpose and
uniformity in the action of the party
in the several States, we request that
the National Committee call a national
convention of our party for such pur
pose, to be held before April, IS9S.
In the meantime let us begin the next
campaign now, ready to accept any
aid that is offered, with an honest mo
tive to accomplish our object — the
amelioration of the condition of the
wealth creators of this land.
With unlagging zeal every voter who
holds allegiance to the People's party
should at once gird his loins and face
the foe. An organization that will
command the respect, will also com
mand the support of the people. We
will command the one and achieve the
other. What the future may have in
store for the country in the way of
political alignment none can foretell.
In the meantime it will be the purpose
of the young political giant—the party
of the people—to organize and educate
nationally, State and local, all along
the line, to the end that none in a
j receptive mood can go astray through
lack of opportunity because of the in
activity of those charged with the duty
of directing the forces.
With courage and hope inscribed
upon our banners we will press for
ward battling for the right, knowing
that truth is mighty and will prevail.
(Signed) J. L. Gilbert (Chairman), M.
E. Dittmar (Secretary). Thomas V.
Cator, C. A. Barlow, C. H. Castle.
The report was unanimously adopted,
after which the committee turned their
attention to Secretary" Bush's vouch
ers, and in a comparatively short time
1 they had been examined and allowed,
so that his report will yet be handed
in to the Secretary of State on time.
Nothing further coming before it, the
! committee adjourned.
Monday, Nov. 10, 1890.
Court met at 10 o'clock. Present:
Beatty. C. J., presiding:; Harrison, J.;
Van Fleet, J. Marshall, Deputy Clerk.
Sac. 243—Clough vs. Borello, guard
ian, etc.—Upon affidavit of J. W. Knox,
for respondent, and consent of T. C.
Law, fur appellant, ordered that cause
be heard in Department One, Tues
day, November 17, I?>9G.
Sac. 100—Irish vs. Pauly—By con
sent cause submitted on briefs.
Sac. ISO—Spalding vs. Mammoth
Spring Mining Company—By consent
cause submitted on briefs.
Sac. 227—Lawson vs. Hewell et al.—
Cause argued by M. EL Myrick for
respondent, C. C. Holl for appellant;
M. H. Myrick and J. H. McKune for
respondent in reply, and submitted.
Sac. 171—Wood vs. Lowden et al.—
Cause submitted on briefs.
Sac. 2:>4 —Gnekow vs. Confer, Jr. —
Cause submitted on briefs.
Recess to 2 o'clock.
Court reconvened at 2 o'clock; all
Sac. 147—Smith vs. Williams et al.—
Cause argued by R. S. Taylor for ap
pellant, James F. Farraher for re
spondent; B. S. Taylor for appellant
in reply, and submitted.
Sac. 190— Simons vs. McCarthy-
Cause argued by R. S. Taylor for ap
pellant, James F. Farraher for re
spondent; R. S. Taylor for appellant in
reply, and submitted.
Sac. 200—Cardoza et al. vs. Calkins
et al. —Cause argued by James F. Far
raher for appellant: respondent waives
argument, and submitted.
Adjourned to to-morrow.
Saturday. Nov. 14, IS9O.
IG.ool—Gaston vs. Gaston. By the
court. Behcaring denied November 13,
Monday, Nov. 18, IS9O.
L. A. o—Spenee vs. Widney. By the
court. The judgment heretofore en
! herein is vacated, and the cause
ordered submitted to the court in bank,
pursuant to Section 2 of Bule XXVIII.
Beatty, C. J.; McFarland, J.; Temple,
J.; Harrison. J.
I.%.M»9—Union Transj)ortation Com
pany vs. Bassett. By the court. The
judgment of the department herein is
vacated, and the cause ordered sub
mitted to the court in bank, pursuant
to Sec tion 2of Bule XXVIII. Dated
Nov. 14, 1890. Beatty, C. J.; McFar
land, J.; Temple, J.;
Monday, Nov. 10, 1896.
Court met at 10 a. m.
Present: McFarland, J.. presiding;
Temple, j.; Henshaw, J. Johnson,
Deputy Clerk. Finkler, Acting Bailiff.
Sac. 172—Frace vs. Brown —Submit-
ted upon on briefs on file.
Sac. ">o—Underwood vs. Stoddard —
Continued to May term.
Sac. 211—Simons vs. Gibson—Upon
suggestion of death of Gibson, respond
ent. It is ordered that Marion Freshour,
THE DEMON OF HURRY.
He Bobs the Great American People of
Flesh, Energy and Good Digestion.
The one thing the American people never
do is to rest.
Nearly everybody we meet seems to be
in a continual state of nervous excitement
or possessed of a feverish energy to finish
what they are*about and get on to other
work; that is why so many people lose
their health, energy and ambition, become
thin and dyspeptic or fall victims to nerv
We live in a hurry, eat in a hurry, and
sleep in a hurry, and it is not surprising
that we finally break down. It is for this
reason that most of us stand in constant
need of something to build up the system,
and enable us to stand the severe strains
to which we are subjected.
As a means of preventing the debilitat
ing effects of worry and overwork, many
eminent physicians recommend the use of
a pure stimulant at meal time. Pure malt
whisky has been found to give the best
results, and experiments have proved that
the safest and best of all whiskies is
Duffy's pure malt. This is because it is
no ordinary whisky, bu- a pure medicinal
stimulant which gives stimulative nourish
ment to the whole body. Its health-giving
effects are speedily shown in a clear skin,
a brighter complevion, and in increased
Inquire, and you will be surprised to
find how many friends of yours are also
friends of Duffy's pure malt whisky.
NO FREE APS.
No free "want" ads. are taken in
THE RECORD - UNION. Births,
deaths and marriages also charged
for. NO PREMIUMS GIVEN. NO
CATCH-PENNY DEVICES. The pa
per is worth the money you pay for
it, although higher priced than most
others. Published Sundays also.
The class who have money to spend
all take it. Rich and poor like it for
its cleanly, healthy tone. Classified
ads. by the mouth, Wants, Fov Sale,
To Let. Personals, etc.. 50c per line.
CALLED MEETING OF CONCORD ft
Lodge. No. 117, F. mid A. M- THI«
(Tuesday) EVENING, November IUT
17th, at 7 O'clock. Visiting brothers ' \
cordially invited. E. c. Degree.
It* A. E. ROBINSON, W. M.
SACRAMENTO CHAPTER, NO. 3, a
B. A. M. — Called meeting THIS _#fk_
TUESDAY, November 17th, at 7 X3T
p. in. M. E. M. Sojourning oum-' ▼>
It* LOUIS C. SCHINDLER, H. P.
GERMANIA REBEKAH LODGE,
No. 31,1. O. O F.—Regular meet-
ing THIS EVENING. Mem-
bera of sister lodges cordially t *»*' <r
invited. LURLLA OCSUNEK, N. G.
George Littig, Secretary. It*
THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF
Sacramento Lodge, No. 11, K. of P...Jt».
will assemble at the
TUESDAY, November 17tb, at 1
o'clock, to attend funeral of our late mem
ber, A. A. WOOD. G. W. LYTLE, 0. C.
Wm. Halo, K. of R. and S. it*
REGULAR MEETING OF THB < «J\
Caledonian Association TO-NIGHT* j*. j' 4
at Pioneer Bail. Business of lm-|t v T.|K
portance. J. carlaw. Chief.
D. E. Kerr, Secretary. it*
OFFICERS AND MEMBERS
of Sacramento Lodge, No. 2, -
I O. O. V.— You are requested
to meet at your lodge room, ' ***
TUESDAY, November 17th, at 1 o'clock
p. m., to attend the funeral of our late
brother, A. A. Wood, an old and re
spected member of the lodge.
M. F. COOPER, N. G.
A. D. Tilton, Secretary. It
O. C. P.—OFFICERS AND MEMBERS
of Friendship Council are requested to
meet at their hall THIS AFTERNOON,
at 1 o'clock, to attend the funeral of
our late Friend, A. A. Wood.
ANNIE E. MONAGHAN, C.
E. R. Tiel, Secretary. It*
DR. W. O. GIRARDEY,
Office and residence, 822 Fifth street.
DR. A. H. HAWLEY,
>'j Seventh .- tret. Hours, 9to 1 _ lto S.
DR. W. A. ROOT,
Sunset Tel. No. 901, red. 814 X street.
DR. W. J. TAYLOR,
718 J. Sunset "phone, red 573. Hours, 3 to 5.
DR. R. L. WAIT'S OFFICE AND RES.,
706 J st., over ChrUtianson & Co.'s mar
ket. Painless extraction of teeth by use
ot a new anesthetic. Examination and
consultation free. Hours from S:3o a. m.
to a p. m., and 7 to 8 p. m.
F. F. TEBBITS,
914 Sixth street, between I and J, west
side, opposite Congregational Church.
DR. C. H. STEPHENSON, DR. H. H.
STEPHENSON, Dentists, 806% X st.,
opposite Clunie Opera-house.
DR. A. J. THOMAS,
Successor to H. H. Pierson, 511% J st.
Hours, 9 to 5.
DR. CLIFFORD TODD,
Joseph Building. Hours. 9to 5.
PHOTOGRAPHS - CABINETS—S2 PER
dozen; no agents employed, (127 J street,
corner of Seventh street.
administrator, be and he Is hereby
substituted in the place and stead of
William Gibson, deceased. Cause sub
mitted upon on briefs on file.
8 . 158—McHenry et al. vs. Down,
Tax Collector—Submitted upon briefs
Sac. 90—Estate of Klemp, insolvent-
s c . 174 — Walton vs. McPhetridge,
Auditor—Submitted upon briefs on file.
Sac. 3-13—Theiler vs. Newman —Cause
argued by C. J. Hazen for appellant,
P. H. Griffin for respondent, and sub
Sac. 150—People ex rel. yon Loben
Seis vs. Reclamation District No. 551—
Cause argued by Warren Olney for ap
-1 •:; int. W. A. Gett for respondent, and
Court adjourned to 10 a. m. to-mor
Arrivals at the Golden Eagle Hotel
yesterday: H. L. Benson, J. B. Mc-
Cune, Boston: Mrs. Grant, Salt Bake
City; S. Sternberg, E. Levy, Mrs. John
W. F. Miller. Chicago; R. S. Taylor,
V: ■ ka; Albert Gardner, New York; Col.
E. R. Hamilton and wife. Sacramento;
A. C. Blair, Los Angeles; Mrs. M. E.
Sanborn and child. Yuba City; B. W.
Freer, Cleveland, O.; Charles A. Swis
ler. PlacervlUe; E. A. Girvtn. Willis B.
Fry, T. E. Whitney. E. B. Sehiff, W. W.
Hutchinson, George H. Bunde, Paul
Bunker, L L Frank. San Francisco.
Residence at Auction.
At 10 a. m. to-day D. J. Simmons &
Co. will sell at auction the residence at
701 N strict, containing fifteen rooms.
For allaying hoarseness and irritation
of the throat "Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches" are wonderfully effective. Avoid
A Few of the
For This Week, j
At 25 cents.
Ladies' Corduroi Belts, with new
harness buckles, leather lined; very
At 15 cents.
12 dozen Ladies' Lace Edge All
Linen Handkerchiefs. Worth 25c.
NOW 15c EACH.
At 25 cents.
Ladies' Black Woolen and Cash- j
mere Gloves, with Kayser's patent j
finger tips; all sizes; good value at
35c. NOW 25c A PAIR.
50 dozen Ladies Fast Black Cotton
Hose, with white feet, high spliced
heels, double soles; regular price,
50c. NOW 3 PAIRS FOR $1.
At 12$ cents.
50 dozen Children's Fast Black
Derby Ribbed Cotton Hose, all sizes;
worth 20c. NOW 12y 2 c A PAIR.
At 5 cents.
■ 500 yards of Fancy Satin Edge
Persian Ribbons, 3 inches wide, suit
able for fancy work and trimming;
worth 10c. NOW 5c A YARD.
At 48 cents.
1 lot of Ladies' All-Wool Jersey
Ribbed Vests, high neck, long
sleeves; former prices were .$1 to
)<T 50. NOW 4Sc EACH. |
MAIL ORDERS GAREFCLLY EXECUTED, j
Corner Sixth and J Streets.
WANTED—OFFICE BOYT 15 TO 18
years of age; must write well. Address,
giving experience, "D.," "Record-Union"
SITUATION TO DO HOUSEWORK IN
city or country. 2402 O street. It*
WANTED—FOR A RELIABLE TENANT
a furnished dwelling of 8 rooms. E. L.
HAWK, 1012 Fourth_ street. n!7-3t
WANT GTRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work; sleep at home. Apply 1210 Seventh
WANTED—MAN FOR LIGHT WORK;
small wages. Apply to Henley's Dairy,
Broderick, Yolo. n!7-3t«
WANTED—FOUR GOOD GRAVEL
drift miners; work principally powder
drifting. Apply or address (at once) E.
_R. SMITH, Michigan Bar. _ nl7-3t»
WANTED—TO PURCHASE FOR CASH
• heap, a light spring wagon; also horse
and harness. Apply at Tremont Hotel,
J street, First and Second. nIS-3t*
W. A. WALL.
—PLAZA EMPLOYMENT OFFICE—
Ninth and L
Capital Tel. M& Sunset 564 black.
WANTED-AT 921 SIXTH STREET,
waitress, housekeeper, and girls for city
and country. MISS BBTJDER.
WANTED—LADY OR GENTLEMEN OF
good business qualifications to take
orders in city or country, and collect;
will make good offer to the right 'party.
Address "M. E. A.," this office. nllMw
WANTED—TWO GENTLEMEN TO
room and board, or a gentleman and
wife, in smail family; good location; rea
sonable terms. Address "MRS. B. \\\,"
WANTED —TO BORKOW $4,000 ON
good city property. P. O. box 40S.
STRAYED FROM FIELD NEAR OAK
Park, bay mare branded "J. C." Re
turn to 1900 N street. It*
STRAYED—SMALL BROWN MARE,
near Oak Park, brand "on shoulder.
Notify MRS. BARRY, 1900 N. It*
LOST-FROM PARCEL WAGON, A
package containing millinery between
Tenth, X and L. and Ninth and I streets.
Please return to 904 X, and receive suit
able reward. It*
STRAYED OR STOLEN—FROM 914 N
street, a dark brown horse. Finder re
turn to H. C. Chipman and be rewarded.
ADDIE SWAIN'S LECTURE EVERY
Sunday night at Forester's Hall, 25
cents admits two. Subject: "Christ and
Other Philosophers." Bring Sowers to
be psychometrized. Removed office to
406% J, between Fourtli and Fifth.
Hours—l to 8 p. m. Ladies only. Free
lecture Friday at Fireman's Hall.
REV. DR. HOWLAND GIVES LIFE
reading on all business matters. All
classes of sickness that other doctors
have failed to cure. All complaints of
a delicate nature to males and females
successfully treated. Call and be cured
at 422 X street. Kooms 2 and 3.
MRS. t DARRAEL. CLAIRVOYANT
and trance medium, 8 to 12, 1 to 9. 1411 p.
BOARD AND LODGING.
OPPOSITE CAPITOL—PLEASANT SUN
ny front room, with board. 13114 Tenth.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH
or without board; home cooking. MRS.
KLEINSONG, 908 L.
ROOMS AND BOARD AND TABLE
board, first-class, at 1127 Tenth street.
THE BEST BOARDING PLACE IN
Sacramento, 908 L street.
THE TURCLU, NORTHEAST CORNER
of Eighth and X streets; coolest build
ing; finest rooms In city; newly fur
nished; porcelain bath tubs; second floor
reserved for offices; terms very low;
Janitor and light free. FRANK MEYER,
MUSIC AND ART.
MRS. F. T. VAN FLEET. TEACHER OF
piano. Residence 3016 L street.
GEO. C. HOLBROOK & A. LOTHHAM
mer, piano tuners and repairers. Work
done by yearly contract if desired. Office
and workrooms. 1021 Eighth street.
BOOKBINDING IN ALL ITS
branches, with good work and prompt
ness. E. W. BRUENING, 319 J street,
$10 REWARD FOR RETURN OF lady's
gold watch taken Saturday afternoon
from residence, 2906 C street; no ques
tions will be asked. n!7-2t*
ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH—
The. members of St. Paul's Guild and
Vestry will tender a reception to Rev.
C. L. Miel and family in the Sunday
school room from 8 to 11 p. m. TUES
DAY, November 17th. All communi
cants, pew holders and regular attend
ants are cordially invited to be present.
W. B. COGAR HAS REMOVED HIS
barber shop to 1011 Third street.
FULL RETURNS OF THE MERCED
coursing match to be had at the CLOVER
LEAF, kw X street, each night. nltWt*
DR. G. W. NEWSOM AND D. B. BAKER.
Dentists, removed to 4th and X, over
Hammer's Drug Store. Best of work.
A~VALUABLE BOOK" ON FRENCH
dyeing and cleaning at home, by M.
Deshayes. reduced to 25 cents. Dye
Works, 1008 Eighth street.
BLOCK WOOD FOR SALE AT Twelfth
and B. Telephone red 475.
MISS FLORENCE HASTINGS' DANC
ing class meets every Saturday after
noon at Pythian Castle at 2 o'clock.
GENERAL TRUCKING AND JOBBING;
cut rates by E. Hawes, 1121 C street.
NOVELS AND BOOKS BOUGHT, SOLD,
exchanged at reduced prices. 725 X st.
VIENNA CAFE—OYSTER AND LUNCH
Parlors, 707 J st. Wm. Boedefeld. Prop.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the People's Savings
Bank of Sacramento will be held at the
office of the bank at half-past 7 o'clock
Tuesday evening, December 1. 1596.
_031-td GEO. W. LORENZ, Secretary.
I. DONLEY, THE UP-TO-DATE Plumber.
has resumed business at 1012 Tenth
__street, opposite his old shop. _
MEDICAL BATTERIES, BOTH SOLD
and repaired, at Electro Works, 824 X St.
UPHOLSTERING AND FURNITURE
repaired by F. L. Thomas, 002 Sixth_sj.
WOOD AND COAL— NOW IS THE TIME
to lay in your winter fuel. A liberal dis
count to parties buying by the car or
half-carloads. Call at office, CIS L street,
FOR A GOOD AMERICAN-MADE TA
male go to F. M. Sanford's, 1110 J street.
LATEST PERIODICALS AND FICTION.
Stationery, Notions, etc., at Doane's, No.
202 X street. .
FOR SALE—A WELL-ESTABLISHED
millinery business in this city on account
of sickness. For particulars address
"Miiiiner," "Record-Union" office. n!7-7t
FOR SALE—THE ENTIRE FIXTURES
in one of the best paying and best located
retail cigar stores in town; will also sell,
if desired, enough Of stock to start pur
chaser in business. Inquire this office.
FOR SALE—A GREAT BARGAIN. AD
dress JOHN F. COOPER, 1027 E street.
Sacramento, for descriptive circular and
map of Ideal home spot in Placer Coun
ty; picturesquely situated, high site, one
and plentiful water, 160 acres with about
100 now in olives and selected fruit;
farm fully stocked; a thirteen-room
house', four stone wine cellars, tarn and
suitable outhouses and buildings with
necessary machine fittings, etc.; salu
brious, healthful, superior scenery, near
to transportation line; in all respects a
bargain. Home or Eastern rural home
seekers will lmd no lovelier or more eli
gible farm in the foothill section, or so
near to the State Capital. Entirely sat
isfactory reasons given for parting with
the property. Will take city property in
FOR SALE-27x110, WITH A GOOD 2
story frame dwelling, ( J rooms, bath and
modern conveniences; lineiy located for
ooarding and lodging. 902 L street. Price
13,500. EDWIN K. ALSIP CO., 1015
Fourth street. _______
FOR SALE—WE HAVE CONCLUDED
to subdivide that beautiful high lot at
Twelfth and F streets. So now is given
an opportunity to get on easy terms a
40x80 that is not to be duplicated inside
~1 the city for the money. EDWIN K.
ALSIP iSc CO., 1015 Fourth street.
FOR SALE—GROCERY AND SALOON
doing hrst rate. Apply this office. nll-7t*
FIRST-CLASS SECOND-HAND CARRI
age, new cart and second-hand light
wagon cheap. HIU Second_ street.
SOMETHING NEW — FAIRBANKS'
Galvanized Steel Wind Mill; built on the
only correct principle; costs nothing to
see it and only $3,0 if you buy it. WES
LEY ROSE, 1031 X street.
ROSES, COLEUS AND BEGONIAS, 10c
each. H-street Nursery, 2505 H street.
FOR SALE—AN OPPORTUNITY FOR A
man with a little money; an old estab
lished furnishing gooas store doing a
good business at present time. Apply at
this otiiee._ ,
LITTLE HOME FOR SALE CHEAP;
$2,200 will buy it; $1,200 can stand. In
_quire LEE HAYS, 1115 Twenty-iirst st.
OAK STOVE WOOD, $5 50 PER CORD;
cottonwood, four feet, $4; in stove
length, $3 50; half-cord, $2; measurement
guaranteed. Leave orders at SOS Sev
enth, w. ii. basler. ■
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
DR. W. H. WENTWORTH, loot) Seventh
st. Hours—B to 9a. m., Ito 3, 7toB p. m.
Telephone, red 821, residence, red 752.
DR. MARY" M. CRONEMILLER, RE
moved to 828% J and res. 1117 F. Hours, 9
to 10 a. m.; 1 to S and 7 to 7:30 p. m.
Tel., Residence. 406; Office, 473.
DR. B. F. PENDERY-OFFICE AND
residence,_7o2 X_ st. Sunset Tel., Red, 8L
DR. SIMMONS. SR.—HOURS, 9 TO 10
a, m., 2 to 3:30 n. m. and 7 to S p. m.
DR. SIMMONS, JR.—Hours. 11 to 12
a. m., 4 to 6 and 7:30 p. m. Telephone
house, 12S; office. 67.
DR. FAY, 627% J ST.-10 TO 12 A. M., 2 TO
4 ' 7_to Sp. m. Res., 1729 G. Tel. 300.
DR. F. M. REITH, OFFICE WITH
Drs. White 4fe Ross, southwest corner
Sixth and J streets, Sacramento. Office
hours: 9 to 11 a. m., 12 to 2 and 7 to S
DR. L. S. JADAROLA, 200% K-OFFICE
hours: 9 to 12 a. m.. 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
p. m. New Telephone No. 10.
DR. CARTWRIGHT, OFFICE AND RES
ldence, Ijl3 X street, between Ninth and
Tenth. Otiiee hours: 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4
and I to S p. m.
CURTAINS DONE UP. 65 .CENTS A
pair and upward; fine flannels laundried
without injury to the garment. French
_Laundry, !U2 L street.
ROOT. NEILSON & CO., UNION
Foundry; Iron and Brass Founders and
Machinists, Front street, between N
and O' Castings and Machinery of all
kinds made to order. H. E. ROOT,
ALEX. NEILSON. J. DRISCOLL.
FOR ROOFING, TIN AND SHEET
iron work, W. D. Bessey can't be beaten.
52U I street. Sunset Tel., No. 773.
JOHN D. SHEARER, ARTIFICIAL
stone walks and concrete foundations.
l>is N street.
HOWE'S ACADEMY - GRAMMAR
grade, high school, normal and business
branches; elocution, French and German
are taught. Ninth and I streets.
TO LET OR EE7TT.
TO LET—A GOOD HOUSE OF 8 ROOMS
with hot water, gas and bath. Aps
1129 D street. nl7-7t»
r\VO FURNISHED ROOMS. SUTTABEE
for light housekeeping, *10, no childn n
furnished cottage. 5 rooms, en
_alley. !<H L street.
ALLEY HOUSE, REAR 181S X: GOOD
_condition. Apply 71!) L. Bath, gas.
TWO FRONT ROOMS, LIGHT HOUSE
keeplng; bath, gas; no children. 719 L.
VIODERN COTTAGE: 5 ROOMS; BATH:
_£ ent $12. Inquire 331 P street.
5-ROOM BOUSE. BATH AND STABLE.
Call Hartford House, 1022% Fifth.
122 X ST— EMPIRE HOUSE; NICELY
en suite and single.
llttS FOURTH STREET—NICELY FUR
_nished rooms, $1 per week and upward.
>19 16th STREET—7-ROOM HOUSE;
painted inside. Inquire 1601 J.
VB M STREET—NICELY FURNISHED
Jront^and other rooms, with bath.
ro LET-SO ACRES, ONE-HALF
cleared; 10 acres in trees and vines in
full bearing-; all necessary buildings;
some furniture and utenslals; 3 miles
north of Orangevale. A small cash ren-
JiflL* ye place._ 211 X street,
59 PER MONTH-NICE 5-ROOM COT
tage, X. Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth;
a "V chicken-house; lot 80x160. JAMES
E. mills, 301 j atreet
.315 X STREET— MODERN DESIRABLE
V.?,., SIX r oo ™* und basement. Apply
1313 X or 719 L. No children.
US O STREET—NICELY FURNISHED
Jront ruom for light houskeeplng.
91 X STREET-NIC ELY AND NEWLY
furnished front suites and single rooms,
« lec tric lights; hot and cold water, bath.
THE ECKHARDT BUTLDIN G.
SS SEVENTH STREET-TWO LARGE
rurnished rooms for housekeeping.
1115 EIGHTH ST.—FURNISHED ROOMS
tor nouaekeeping; also single room.-.
B2 M STREET—B NICE UNFURNISHED
housekeeping rooms; rent only $10-
HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS: ALSO UP
per llat. Call at 722 Eighth street.
1202 I STREET—NEW HOUSE, SIX
rooms, Lath, pantry and modern eonven
—s^i_ l^rlJl L a id£ly_ A street
ro LET-A NICE COTTAGE OF FIVE
looms; hot and cold water and every
convenience. Appiy at 1512 O street.
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM AT FOR
esters' Building, I street, 7th and Bth.
i\VO NICELY FURNISHED BOOMS;
gas and bathroom convenient. Appiy
1302% Eighth street.
ro RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS SUlT
able for housekeeping, at ilti Twentieth
ATTORNE V S-AT-LAW.
J. G. HOPKINS,
Stoll Building s.jw. corner Fifth and K.
Kdgar O. Clayton. Charles J. Newman.
N" E\Y MAN & CLAYTON,
Attorneys and Couns< iors-at-Law.
Eugene Aram. A. L. Hart.
MART & ARAM, ATTORNE YS-AT
aw. Office, Fifth and J streets, rooms 12.
.3 and 14, Sutter Rm.ding.
WILLIAM A. GETT, JR.,
Sutter Building, southwest corner oi
Fifth and J. Telephone No. 355.
Jharles F. Gardner. D. E. Alexander.
Arthur E. Miller.
ALEXANDER. MILLER & GARDNER,
Attorneys and Counselors-at-Law.
K)5% J street ------ Sacramento
Chauncey H. Dunn. S. Solon Holl.
HOLL & DUNN,
Offices. 920 Fifth street, Sacramento.
Telephone No. 14.
\rthur M. Seymour. Clinton L. White.
Jos. W. Hughes.
WHITE, HUGHES & SEYMOUR.
Attorneys and Counselors-at-Law.
Rooms 7, 9, 11 and 13, 420 J street, Sac
MONEY TO LOAN—
WRIGHT, 402 J.
MONEY TO LOAN-H. J. GOETHE, 100.1
IfONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
security. CHARLES COOLEY. 1013
A FULL LINE OF CHOICE FAMILY
groceries, fruits, vegetables, etc.; also,
lish on Fridays. Fine coffee and teas a
specialty. HOWARD & SON, 727 X St
FINE MOUNTAIN BUTTER, 200 LB;
Cranberries, 10c qt; Fine Eastern Lard,
5-lb pail, 45c; California LaJrd, 35c. 5-Ib
can; Shoulders, 6c tb; California Hams,
12c; Eastern Picnic Hams, 7 l ,jc; Eastern
Codfish, 15c block, 2 for 25c; 3-tb cans
Pineapple, 20c; Baked Beans in Tomato
Sauce, 3-Ib cans, 20a; crackers, 55c box;
Good Potatoes, 50c sack; Fine Coffee
fresh roasted and ground to order, 25a
lb; Good Tea, green, uneoiored or black,
25c lb; 10 bars Soap, 25c; new Honey, 10c
comb. Raisins, 5c lb; Orange, Lemon
and Citron, 15c tb. BEES LEY & SON.
SJS J, The Up-To-Date Store.
THE BEST TEA AND COFFEE, HAY
and feed may be had at J. J. WW*
GARD'S. 2430 O street.
L W. BIRD'S NEW GROUND FLOOR
Photograph Gallery, 1023% Fourth street.
Pennyroyal Pills (Diamond Brand) are
the best. Safe, reliable. Take no othe--.
Send 4c, 3tamps, for particulars, "Reliei
ior Ladies," in letter by return mail. At
druggists. Chichester Chemical COlll
-pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Tu-Th-Sm;
EXPERIENCED NURSE FOR CITY OR
Country. Mrs. L. G. Holbrook, 1314 gth.
ARE YOU GOING TO MOVE? IF SO.
ring up RIVETT, the carpetman, and
see how little it will cost to have your
carpets thoroughly cleaned and properly
relaid. Telephone. 292. Southwest cor
ner Twelfth and O.
YOU ARE BEHIND
IF YOU HAVE NOT
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