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THE GREAT BICYCLE MEET.
THERE WILL BE A GREAT GATHERING HERE. One of the Features Will be the Oxie-Mile Pacific Coast Championship. The wheelmen's race meeting to be held at Oak Park next Sunday prom ises to be one of the greatest ever held in this State. All of the best men are entered save Kenna and Ziegler, and besides the ordinary events there will be thf. mile Pacific Coast championship and a mile provisional handicap for a big purse. Zicgler has not yet recovered from the injuries he received in his fall at Seattle a fortnight ago, and Kenna, having won the half-mile championship at Santa Rosa on Admission Day, is now resting on his laurels. Birdsall and Theisen, the crack riders of the California Club, have entered under the colors of the Olympics. Sha rick and Bemer, the champions of the Northwest, will appear. Following ara the entries, heats and handicaps: One mile championship, California Associated Cycling Clubs. Amateurs and professionals compete together un der special rule. First heat —V. J. Galindo. Acme: E. F. rtuss, A. Theisen, M. ML Cook, Olym pic; P. Halloner. Walter Leitch, Sac ramento; P. H. Rosenheim, P. R. Mott, Reliance; George Shariek, Tacoma. Second heat—L. A. Payen, Sacra mento; B. H. Elford, Reliance; J. E. Wing, C. J. Birdsall, Allan N. Jones. Olympic; H. W r . Squires, Acme; M. Bleuler, Imperial; F. G. Peck, Bay City. Third heat—Ben Bemer, Tacoma; Dan E. Whitman, Los Angeles; J. S. Brereton, Percy Deacon, Reliance; George Fuller, Olympic; Harry Down ing, San Jose; G. A. Wyman, Acme; J. Hirsch, Sacramento. First and second in eacn heat to qualify for the final. Half-mile scratch, amateur, first heat —Percy Deacon, P. R. Mott, Reliance; Nat ML Gilman, Bay City; George P. Fuller, A. Theisen, Olympic; George A. W'yman, Acme; William Readle, Wal ter Leitch, Capital City. Second heat—L. A. Young, P. Hallo ner, Capital City; H. W. Squires, A. H. Agnew, Acme; G. L. Bush, unattached; J. E. Wing, J. E. Wallace, ML M. Cook, Olympic; P. H. R.osenheim, Reliance. Third heat —G. J. Jackson, H. Ten Bosch, J. Hirseh, E. E. Leitch, L. A. Capital City; C. J. Birdsall, E. F. Russ, Olympic; Frank G. Peck, Bay City; V. J. Galindo, Acme. First two in each heat qualify for the final heaL One-third mile scratch, professional, first heat—Dan E. Whitman, Los An geles; George Sharick, Tacoma; B. H. Elford, Reliance; M. Bleuler, France. Second heat—J. S. Brereton, Reliance; B. F. Bemer, Tacoma, Hardy Down ing. San Jose; Allan N. Jones, Olympic. First and second in each heat to qualify for the final heat. Two-mile handicap, amateur, first heat--J. EL Wing, Olympic, scratch; Frank G. Peck. Bay City, 30 yards; George A. Wyman, Acme. 50; L. A. Young, Capita! City. 100; T. T. Welch, Capital City. 180; A. EL Agnew, Acme, 150; A. Theisen, Olympic, 170; William Readle, Capital City, 200; G. L. Bush, unattached. 250? G. J. Jackson, Capi tal city r>i 10 Second heat—Jacob Hirseh, Capital City, scratch; H. W. Squires, Acme, scratch; P. R. Mott, Reliance, 25 yards; Walter Leitch. Capital City, 40; P. H. Rosenheim. Reliance, 55; C. J. Birdsall, Olympic, 75; L. A. Payen, Capital City, 100; H. Ten Bosch, Capital City, 120; Nat M. Oilman, Bay City, 130; J. E. Wallace, Olympic, and P. Halloner, Capital City, 150; E. E. Leitch, Capital City. 250. First four In each heat qualify for the final heat. One mile, California Associated Cyc ling Clubs' professional handicap, purse s<-:+U, first heat—Hardy Downing, San Jose, 25 yards: Dan E. WTiitman. Los Angeles, G<l: J. S. Brereton, Reliance, 100; B. F. Bemer, Tacoma, 125. Second heat—Allan N. Jones, Olym pic, scratch; George Sharick. Tacoma, scratch: B. H. Elford, Reliance, 75 yards; Max Bleuler, France, ISO. First two in each heat and faster third to qualify for final heat. Since the above list Vaughn and Palmer of San Diego have entered for all the professional events. Their hand icaps will be announced on the grounds. Both men arrived in Sacramento yes terday. The following officials have been in vited to act at the meet: Referee, p M Welch: Judges. A. P. Swain, Charles Albert Adams. Scott F. En nis; timers. H. D. Hadenfeldt, George H. ' Stratton. Ed. C. Christ: starter, Robert C. Dennie; scorer, George H. Lavenson: clerk. L». S. T'pson: assist ant, C. D. Shearer; announcer, J. E. Little; umpires, W. A. Hubert, A. D. Patterson. Committee—M. S. Lavenson (Chair man), C. E .Wright (Secretary). B. Fpson, S. F. Ennis. James E. Little, J. F. McDonald and J. A. Woodson. AMUSEMENTS. The Bacon company pleased an ap preciative audience at the Clunie Fast night in Brusie's romantic rural drama, • The Estate of Hannibal Howe." The play is beautifully mounted and is played with taste, feeling and nice . 1 mMI | The singing of the male Quartet in this piece is nightly encored over and over again. The play will be I"'urine the hot weather it has been noted that the Clunie is about the cool est place in the city. The new ventila tion system just put in. the protection of the building on all sides from the sun's rays, and the large number of openings make the air in the Clunie cool a«id fresh in the warmest evenings. It is worth while to know that at least one of our public buildings is now sci entifically and admirably ventilated. Manager Todd announces that seats are now on sale for any or all the dra $200022 Can't make the best soup with a pig's ear—and even good cooks can't make really fine cake with weak or alum baking powder. Schillifigs Best baking pow der is good for your reputation and your cake. A Schilling & Company San Francisco 2330 matic Oriental lectures by Madame Mountford, "the Woman of Zion," at the Clunie. The engagement begins Monday evening, and continues for five nights and one afternoon —Saturday. The prices are the lowest for which this distinguished lecturer has ever ap peared, being 20, 30 and 50 cents. These lectures ara delightfully novel, pictur esque and beautifully dramatic. The Oriental living pictures and tableaux, given with the aid of twenty assistants, are full of instruction and reverent in formation. The course will be as fol lows: Monday, September 27th, 8 p. m., "Village Life in Palestine"; Tuesday, September 28th, 8 p. m., "City Life in Jerusalem"; Wednesday, September 29th, 8:30 p. m., "The Bedouins of the Desert"; Thursday, September 30th, 8 p. m., "The True Life of Jacob"; Fri day, October Ist, 8 p. m.. and Saturday, October 2d. 2 p. m., "Ecco Homo, or From Bethlehem to Calvary." THE STATE IS SAFE. Her Taxes Not Affected by the San Francisco Rumpus. The State Board of Equalization has 'granted Auditor Broderick of San Frsji cisco a week's extra time in making up his tax roll for that city. The extension had been asked in order to cover the delay caused by each o* - the Boards of Supervisors of that city having made a tax levy and turned it into the Auditor. The latter submitted the question to the Supreme Court as to which of the levies he should recognize. Attorney-General Fitzgerald had al ready given an opinion, however, on the matter, and according to his ver sion of the situation the State has noth ing to do with the question at issue, as the Legislature had already amply pro vided for just such an emergency as now exists. He quotes the following section of the Political Code, which "Section 3715. The action of the State Board of Equalization in fixing the rate of taxation for State purposes is, in the absence of action by the Board of Su pervisors, a valid levy of the rate so fixed, and imposes upon the Auditor, Tax Collector and all other officers charged with the performance of any duty under the revenue law the same obligations as if the Board of Super visors had made the levy at the prpoer time." McADAMS DISCHARGED. The Court Held He Had Acted Merely in Self Defense. George McAdams, foreman of the se"W er work at Third and S streets, was dis charged in the Police Court yesterday by Justice Davis, on the ground that he acted in self-defense. McAdams was charged by George Mc- Kenzie with having struck him on the head with a shovel. The facts showed that McAdams discharged McKenzie, who afterward went to him and de manded his time, and was told that he could not get it till one of the contrac tors arrived. He started for McAdams, saying he would take the time out of him, and McAdams hit him with the flat of his shovel. After McAdams was discharged, City Attorney Brown said McKenzie should be punished for contempt of court, as he had told a false story and wasted the time of the court. The court ordered McKenzie locked up until to-day, and an opportunity will be given him to explain why he should not be punished for contempt. Articles of Incorporation. The following articles of incorporation have been filed in the office of the Sec retary of State: The People's Bazar. Principal place of business. Alameda. Capital stock, ?10,000. with $8,410 subscribed, and Ernest Decker, B. Decker, F. Decker, L. Decker of Alameda, and G. Behrnd of San Francisco as Directors. The McFarland Wave Motor Compa ny. Principal place of business, San Francisco. Capital stock, 55.000.000, with .*L.'."> subscribed, and Herman Mur phy, William Miller, William A. Cald- well, James D. McFarland, Jr., and J. W. Wright of San Francisco as Direc tors. The Barber Development Company. Principal place of business, Los Ange les. Capital stock, $100,000, with $2o subscribed, and C. J. Barber, Joseph Fandrey. Morris Fillheimer, Marco M. Norton and R. D. Wade of Los Angeles as Directors. Old Resident of Folsom Gone. Rev. Charles F. Oehler was in Folsom yesterday to officiate at the funeral of Oswald Broder. Mr. Broder, who leaves a widow and a brother, besides many friends, was an old resident of that part of the county, having resided there for over forty years. The funeral took place from his home, five miles east of Folsom, and was largely attended. The interment took place in the Mormon Island Cemetery. Mrs. Devine Was Discharged. The charge against Mrs. Devine of having disturbed the peace of Mrs. Wil son was dismissed in the Police Court yesterday on motion of the City Attor ney, who said the case was not properly stated to him at first, and that if any trouble had been created it was on the other side. It should have been an in junction suit, as they quarreled over he use rent. Bauman Battery Case. The charge of battery against Charles Bauman was dismissed in the Police Ccurt yesterday. Bauman was charged with battery on a boy named Charles Heber. but the boy's mother testified that he did not strike the boy, who was annoying him, but playfully pushed him over, and that his father, who did not see the affair, had sworn out the war rant. Smashed the Buggy. A. J. Rhoads' horse ran off with a buggy yesterday from Second and J streets and made an attempt }.o bolt into Irvine's stable at L street. Instead, however, the horse bolted into a stair way leading to the basement. The bug gy came to grief, but the horse was not much injured. Lost Part of His Foot. An account was published yesterday morning of the accident to little Neil Coughlin, who had one of his feet crush ed between car-bumpers at the freight depot. It was found necessary to ampu tate a portion of the foot, but the boy is reported as getting along nicely. F. J. Stauffer's Estate. F. J. Stauffer and wife, parents of the late Frederick J. Stauffer, have asked the Superior Court to appoint Adolph Heilbron administrator of their son's estate. Our Fish Day—The brain working six days of the week requires on one day we strengthen it with the acknowledg ed brain food. Our fish stands contain all kinds of fresh and salt water fish in endless variety. The Pacific, J near Eighth. * Try McMorry's Blend Coffee. 35. * SACK A IYI KINTU DAILY KECORD-UOTCKN", FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, l«i#7. COMING CITY CONVENTIONS. ASPIRANTS FOR THE VARIOUS CITY OFFICES. A Woful Lack of Candidates for Some of the Minor Places. Next week will be a lively one in po litical circles. Three conventions will be held for the nomination of candi dates for the various city offices to be voted for at the coming municipal elec tion. The Republicans will hold their convention on Wednesday, the Demo crats on Friday and the Citizens' Asso ciation on Saturday. There will be but one primary, how -1 ever, that of the Republicans, which j will be held qn Tuesday, and all can— | and doubtless will—take a hand in it. : The Democrats will appoint their dele gates, and the convention of the so called Citizens' organization will con i sist of the members thereof. For some of the offices to be filled there is a plethora of candidates, but in several of the wards but few- have ; been mentioned for ward positions. As j far as the "Record-Union" has been ; able to learn, the candidates are as ap ; pears below: All classed as Republi i cans will not, it is understood, go be i fore the convention, for some have al ready announced their purpose of run- I ning independently: For W. Wilson, William | Land, B. U. Steinman, C. H. Hubbard and John Weil (Republicans). The Dem ocratic candidates are C. E. Leonard, , William McLaughlin and J. G. Davis. For City Attorney—A. A. DeLigne, ! Eugene Wachhorst and W. F. Renfro. These are aH Republicans, but Waeh ! horst and Renfro will run as Independ i ents. Auditor and Assessor —J. D. Young (Republican) and Robert Martyr (Dem ocrat). Collector—C. C. Robertson, Emmet Phillips and Charles A. Root, all Re publicans. Trustee (First Ward) —H. W 7 aehhorst, F. F. Tebbets, W. H. Sherburn and J. F. Woods (Rep.), and I. Boysen, Felix McLaughlin and H. B. Nielsen (Dem.). It is quite likely Mr. Sherburn will not allow his name to go before the con vention, but in any event he will not run as an Independent. Trustee (Third Ward)— Charles W. Paine and W. W. Bassett (Rep.), and ME. J. Bannon (Dem.). Trustee (Fifth W r ard)—Phil Douglas (Rep.). Trustee (Seventh Ward)—W. D. Knights (Rep.), and Henry Brown (Dem.). Trustee (Ninth W r ard) —J. EL Dolan, R. Decker and ML Pennish (Rep.). School Director (Second Ward) —Geo. B. Stack, plumber (Rep.), and Fred Schneider, saloon keeper (politics not known). School Director (Fourth Ward) —F. L. Atkinson, physician (Rep.). School Director (Sixth Ward)—D. D. Whitbeck, banker (Rep.) School Director (Eighth Ward)— Win. J. Davis, editor and stenographer and present Chairman of the Board of Edu cation (Rep.). No doubt other candidates will come to the surface for some of these offices before the conventions meet, but at present it looks as if certain aspirants may have a walkover. SCHOOL CHANGES. A New Ninth Grade Established on Account of Overcrowding. On account of the over-crowding of the schools the City Superintendent of Schools has been forced to make some changes. He found that at the Harkness Gram mar School there were sixty-eight pu pils in the ninth grade, making it nec essary to establish a new- ninth grade. In order to do this he has the two third grades at Twenty-third and N streets, leaving the consolidated class in charge of Miss Elizabeth Rog ers. Miss Irene Richardson has been placed in charge of the new ninth grade, while Miss Nellie Todd will fill •the vacancy made by Miss Richard son's promotion, Miss Louise Conrad takes Miss Todd's place; Miss Sherburn takes Miss Conrad's place; Miss Ada Tenbrook takes Miss Sher burn's place and Miss Lulu Kaerth is transferred from Twenty-third and N streets to take Miss Tenbrook's place. The Sutter Grammar School is also crowded to its utmost capacity, and the ninth grade at the Sacramento Grammar School is very full. The High School is badly over-crowd ed, and Superintendent Erlewine has had to procure twenty-five new desks to place in the annex to the school that has been rented by the Board of Education in the next block. CHARGED WITH BURGLARY. Chief Drew Receives a Telegram to Arrest a Baseball Player. Word was received yesterday by Chief of Police Drew asking him to arrest a young man named Kaymer, was playing with one of the local base ball clubs in this city, as he was want ed in Hanford for burglary. Officers Fisher and Maley found Kay mer yesterday and arrested him. He appeared greatly surprised when told he was wanted for burglary, and said that he was at a loss to know what it could be, as he had not been in Han ford for more than four months and was certainly innocent of any burglary. The Constable who telegraphed to ar rest Kaymer will be up after him to night. NOT ALL GONE. The Thieves Drawn by the State Fair Have Not All Left. Petty thieving and some that is more serious is going on all over the city, and ft is evident that all the riff-raff drawn here by the State Fair has not yet gone. Last night a brown mare and cart that had been tied at Seventeenth and E streets was taken and had not been recovered up to a late hour. Testerday morning J. D. Lockhart found that seventy-five grain sacks had been stolen from his stable on Eleventh street during the night. Two bridles were stolen from M. Hanrahan's wood yard on Wednesday night. Fire at Oak Park. Fire destroyed the fine new two-story cottage at Oak Park of W. B. Davis of the firm of Jones & Davis of this city, who built it only a few months ago. It is not known how it started, but it began in the kitchen and the house was turned to the ground, only a lit tle of the furniture being saved. It was not ascertained whether or not it was ] insured. CHARGED WITH BATTERY. Metcalf Went to Work the Wrong Way to Collect His Money. Yesterday afternoon a drunken man whose name appeared on the po lice slate as John Doe went into the saloon at Third and X streets and or dered something to eat at the lunch counter, and after eating it refused to pay for it. M. E. Metcalf, the proprietor of the lunch counter, seized him by his whis kers, and the row attracted Officer Ash, who told Metcalf that was not the way to collect his bill, and to desist. In stead, Metcalf struck the man twice in the face, and Officers Ash and Harlow took them both to the station, placing a charge of battery against Metcalf and one of drunk against the other man. Weather Reports. The Weather Bureau reports show the highest and lowest temperatures yesterday to have been 93 and 04 de grees, with light to gentle northerly winds and clear or hazy weather pre vailing. The highest and lowest temperatures one year ago yesterday were 74 and "►1 degrees, and one year ago to-day 70 and 50 degrees. The average temperature was 78 and the normal 08 degrees; showing yes terday to have been 10 degrees warm er than usual for the 23d of Septem ber. The wet thermometer at 5 p. m. was 09 degrees, being 23 degrees cooler than the dry thermometer at the same hour. The percentage of moisture in the air at 5 p. m. was 30 per cent., as against 33. per cent, at the same hour on Wedntsday. Big Day for Bargains. J. W. Lindner opened up the Red House yesterday with ammt twenty five salespeople, and there was a jam from opening until closing at 6 o'clock. Doors were closed several times to pre vent too big a rush. Real bagins like he Is giving ought to create some excite ment. Mr. Lindner says that if the rush continues he will have the whole stock sold out inside of thirty days. * Should Be Looked Into. You cannot pay too much attention to your eyes. If you have headache, eyeache, or a bright light bothers you, have your eyes examined by F. C. Chirm. He makes an exclusive spe cialty of difficult cases, especially school children. 702 X st., opp. P. O. * To Smokers of Good Cijrars. Certain dealers having imitated our popular brand of La Rosa de Habana cigars, we take this method of inform ing the public that for the present all genuine La Rosa de Habana cigars will have stamped on the boxes, "None genuine without my signature." All future shipments will be called "La Rosa de Genshlea," which words will be printed on each band. J. G. Gensh lea, (5118 J street- * It Pays to Invest locate. See and try the improved "Domestic" and #35 Pommer Sewing Machine be fore buying. Pommer's, Ninth and J.* Normal Kindergarten Work. The Normal Kindergarten Training School, sessions from 2 to 4, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at Tenth and Q-street Kindergarten. Apply to Miss Valentine Pilchard, 1501 N street. * County Warrants. County warrants purchased at D. O. Mills' bank. * Ice Cream Weather. Be sure and get the last I .C. soda of the season at Barton's. * List of items on sale in the bankrupt stock of the Red House Company: In fants' cloaks, with capes, tan and white, worth from $1 to $1 50, all go for 55c each; ladies' fancy linen cape collars, lc each; ladies' linen cuffs, 5c pair; rick-rack braid, 2 bunches for sc; 10c trimming braid, sc; boys' and men's ties, two for sc; ladies' half-sleeve, all wool, $1 75 finished vests, 50c; $3 50 j double wool blankets, $1 75; extra fine and extra size white wool blankets. $3 35; $5,000 worth of summer and fall millinery at about 20c on the $1; quan tity and variety too large to list; 500 trimmed hats in fall and winter shapes, from 25c to $5; show cases and portions of shelving for sale cheap. J. W. Lind ner, proprietor. J. H. Nathan, man- I ager. , * Here are some who have lately had their buggies equipped with rubber tires by A. Meister & Sons, 910-914 Ninth street: George Clark, Frank Wright, Curtis, Carmichael & Brand, W. A. Washburn, A. A. Van Voorhies, Jacob Gruhler, A. H. Anderson. Get in line and have a comfortable ride. * Try McMorry's 50c uncolored Japan tea; E. B. tea, GOc; G. P. tea, 75c; P. F. Japan tea, 40c; 531 M street. * The Sacramento Athletic Club will manage the boxing contest between Lon Agnew and Henry Spanjer, September 30th. Admission, $1. Old Pavilion. * Eight bars Royal Savon. 25c; pure jam, 10c jar: pure lard. 30c pail; Purity tea, 50c lb. Beesley & Son, 510 and 51S J street. * McMorry sells groceries. Agent for Coronado water and Stockton sarsa parilla and iron. 531 M street. * Dr. Weldon, 806 J street, extracts teeth without pain; local anesthetic. * Try McMorry's 35c tea. 531 M. * MUNYON'S SS ""ass are known the country over as the surest cure for this dangerous disease. Munyon'H /'i Tn iP 1 Rim". .irate cure for 1.1 11\ f"< i each disease, for sale at ai! j druggists. Mostly 25c. When in doubt, i CATAPPH write ro Prof, v . S\ 1 i\ l\l I yon, 15 5 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa., for free medical advice. DIED. VALENZUELA—In this city. September Bd, Esteben. beloved husband of Juana Valenzuela. father of Domingo. Eli.seo ami Bernard Valenzuela, a native of Mexico, aged 67 years, 9 months and 4 days. Friends and acquaintances are re spectfully invited to attend the funeral this day (Friday), at 2:90 p. m., from his late residence, 625 L street; theme to the Cathedral, Eleventh and X streets, where services will be held, commencing at 3 p. m. lIAKTWELL—In this City, September 23d, < h,. ties Newton HartweU, bocband ot Lu< y K. Hartwe'.l (and father of Mrs William,& Wallace of Stockton, Mrs. Colvin B. Brown, Plata Bad Fannie Hartwell of Sacramento); a native of Asliby, Massachusetts, aged 71 years. 10 months and 90 nays. Funeral notice hereafter. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The fie- -/f jj XrvS ■BBBBBBBnaeji ■■■Mb i^o#? tbl ISI,BN I [$MSi] m %Ch,f BBBBBBH BBBBBBBBBBbI %fQ^ m ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS |§| fl REWARDS To anyone finding upon analysis and proving SS%X *Q* the slightest adulteration in #8* II RDHSTALLER'S if 11 GILT IM STEAM BEER. If lit city brewery, ill £q4 Tuielfth and H Streets, Sacramento. »QO6OOOOOOOOOBOOOOOOOOOOOQf OUR NEW VICTOR EXTENSION TABLE TOOK FIRST PREMIUM AT STATE FAIR EXHIBIT. Call and see them at our store. Also see our HARDWOOD 6=FOOT EXTENSION TABLE At c£3. Cash or Credit. CHAS. M. CAMPBELL, . ■ ■ 411-413 X STREET. ■ i GIRLS WHO use EjISAPOLIO VV I ARE QUICKLY MARRIED. Try it in Your Next House Cleaning.^ /yw\r\ lif rmr Agency Knlßlitg Landing and Woodland Creameries, Califor I wh* \!WH X V nia: Liuuglas County mid Reno Creameries, Nevada. KtwlV 1 sstrictly modern. Highest q uality maintaiued always. HEADQUAKTI RS. WOOD, CURTIS & CO., WHOLES alp: dealers in California, Oreeron and Nevada Products. Butter, Esters, Potatoes, i?eans, Veg etables. Eruits. etc. Agents Santa Paula Seedless Lemons. VERY FLATTERING. La Internaciona MEXICAN CIGAR. SMOKE THEM AND BE IN THE SWIM HALL, LLHRS & CO., Agents. 0000000000000 8 SCHOOL BOOKS, o p High School, n O Grammar Schools, 0 x Primary Schools, X rj nost complete line of sup- (\ /a plies in city. rS The prices are all right. V£ See our stock and get our \*t KJ figures if money is an object V/ Q to you. W Oil. S. CROCKER COMPANY,g V« 208 -210 J Street. M QOOOpCXXXXSOOQ The Ist. OUR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE WILL aid you in the selection of your GUN, HUNT ING COAT, AMMUNITION. DECOYS, BOOTS, etc. It is free to any address. EGKHARDT'S GUN STORE, 609-611 X STREET, SACRAMENTO. I 3P A Y £¥A FRUIT RANCH | OR A GRAIN RANCH, OR TRADE CITY PROPERTY g for either Grain or Fruit Ranches? fl Do Yon Want to Boy a House 1 in good location at a bargain ? X Then call on y G. 0. HAYFORD, 231 J STREET. I I Rent Loan Money and I Write Insurance T THE WEEKLY UNION—THE BEST weekly on the coast. Only Jl a year. DR, PINKHAMs' J rs A HATTER OF CHOICE, Of course, it is for our patrons to say what kind of frames, easels or holders they want, but it is our business to sell such things. We sell lots of them and maybe we can give you some pointers j which will enable you to select something which will be sure to please. Suppose yuu , see what we have? W, F>. FULLER & CO., 1010 Second Street. I MATER MISERICORDIAE, ! > Sisters' New Hospital, c <► Twemy-tlird St., 0 and R, Sacramento. 3 % JTJST COMPLETED AND NOW > open to patients. High, healthy loca- % tion; pleasant, airy rooms aud wards. % \ All modern appliances. Terms mod- J % prate. For full particulars apply to J <► "Sisters of Mercy," or to the Medical J \ Superintendent, % < \ DR. CHAS. D. M'GETTIGAN. $ It LIQUORS, WINE, CALL OIM JIM & HARRY, 1009 THIRD STREET. GAMBRINUS' S^M^ MAI I Props. Finest Wines, Liquors I I IriLL and Cigars; Steam and Lager as it should be, oc. A good Lunch always to be ouod. BUTCHERS* HOME, 4020 «J St., Sacra m ento. FRED ECKHAKOi", Proprietor. CAPITAL ALE VAULTS. 302 J Street, Sacramento. GO TO NAGELE & SVENSSON S AND try their reimported Bourbon Nutwood Whisky. Also, constantly no hand Ale on draught, choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. The reputation of the house is recommendation for their goods. OLD ELDRED MOUSE SALOON, 1010 X STREET. REOPENED WITH A I line stock of Liquors, Wines, Clsars and ! always on hand Cool Sharp Beer and Lunch. WM. BETTER, Proprietor. THE BOHEMIAN, J and Lager, choicest Liquors, Wines, Ci gars, and a tine cold lunch always ready G. W. Surgeson, Proprietor. UNDERTAKERS. GEO. a CLARK (Bucceisor to J. Frank Clark), County Coroner, Undertaker and Funeral Director UNDERTAKING PARLORS, 1017 AND \ 1019 Fourth street, between J and X : streets. Telephone 134. MILLER & McMULLEN~ Undertaking F*arlor». 905-907 X Street, Odd Fellows' Temple. EMBALMING A SPECIALTY. TELE phones—Cap. Sunset, red, 683. E. IS/1. KAVANAGH, Undertaker and Funeral Director. j NO. Oil J STREET. EMBALMING A specialty. Office open day and night. Tel ' (phone. Sunset 843. red: Capital. 306. You Have to Have Clothes. The question is, where and how to get! them. By getting them made to order you obtain the latest cloths, accurate fit and perfect finish. You say the cost ia too much? Then you have not visited us. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY (PACIFIC SYSTEM) AUGUST 15, 1897. Trains Leave and are Due to Arrive a» Sacramento: leave'trains run DAILY.IaR'IVBI (For) 1 [(Fronu 12:05 AfAshland and Portland..] 3:15 A 10:20 ADem'g. EI Paso & East! 5:40 P 11:55 AjAtlantic Express for| | Ogden and East i 4:50 P 10:00 PlEuropean Mail for Og-| den and East I 5:40 A 7:05 A.Calistoga and Napa | 8:10 P 2:00 P;Calistoga and Napa E 11:05 A 6:20 P,Los Angeles I '11:05 A 4:50 P| Colfax | 9:50 A i»:si A Knights Landing andi 1 Oroville 2:30 P 7:20 PiKnights Landing and 1 Oroville a 7:55 A 6:30 Aißed Bluff via Knightsi. I Landing & Marysvllle| 6:45 P •5:30 A|Red Bluff via Woodland I.' *5:55 P 3:25 Pjßed Bluff via Marysvillej 10:00 A 10:05 A Redding via Willows 1 2:50 P 4:05 A|San Fran via Benioia.u.| 11:40 P 6:05 A,San Fran via Benieia... S:4U P 7:05 A|San Fran via Bt'nicia... 11:05 A 2:00 P;San Fran via Benieia...l 8:lo P 5:10 P San Fran via Benieia... IL3O A ♦10:00 A;San Fran via steamer...) -tG:00 A 10:20 A;San Fran via Livermore: 2:55 P 10:20 A San Jose I 2:55 P 10:20 AjSanta Barbara f 2:55 P 7:05 A'Vallejo and Santa Rosa! 8:10 P 2:00 PiVallejo and Santa Rosa 11:05 A 10:20 A:Stockton and Gait 2:55 P 6:20 P Stockton and Gait 11:06 A 11:55 AiTruckee and Reno 4:50 P 10:00 PiTruckee and Reno | 5:40 A •5:50 AlFolsom and Placerville. *4:t~> P 3:15 P;Folsom and Placerville. 0:30 A A—For morning. P—For afternoon. •Sunday excepted. IMonday excepted. T. H. GOODMAN. Gen. Pas. Agent. You Have the Satisfaction Of knowing that your carriage is everything that is considered good form when you buy a "STUDEBAKER" From us. Quality and service are never overlooked, but we like to have our vehicles just as line as line can be. SCHAW, mm BATCHER k CD., AGENTS, 211-219 J St., Sacramento. p&SOKKS KLAMATU HOT SPRINGS. A NOTED HEALTH RESORT. HOIS swimming, steam, sulphur and mud baths. Table and service first-class. Finest troutl fishing in the State. Terms very reason* able. EDSON BROS., Pcs wick. Cai. WHOLESALE LIQUORS. HAUB & GASTMANN, AGENTS FOR BAB ST BREWING Co.'s Milwaukee Lager. The I'ahst Cafe. Pabst Imager and Imnorted Pilsener al ways on draught. 1015 Sixth. Tela. Sunset, red 618, Cap. 24. \ t RON AN & WISSEMAN, 830 X Street and 1108-HlO Third Street, Sacramento, Cal., IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL, ers in Fine Whiskies, Brandies and Cham pagne. , EBNER BROS. COMPANY, lltt-118 iv Street, Front and Second* Sacramento. IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE dealers in Wines and Liquors. Tel. 384. UI If UC A CUV Importer and Whole nUVjiT IrtJL I, saler in Foreign and Do mestic Wines and Liquors. Proprietor oC Eagle Soda Works, lil* X street. Sacra mento. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT. STATE of California, County of Sacramento. In the matter of the estate of HENRY WITTENBROCK. deceased. Notice is hereby given that FRIDAY, the 24th day of September, 1897, at 10 o'clock a. in. of said day, and the court room of said court, at the Courthouse, in the City oi Sacramento. County of Sacra mento, and State of California, has been appointed as the time and place for proy ingthe will of said Henry Wittenbrock. deceased, and for hearing the application of Eliza Wittenbrock for the Issuance to her of letters testamentary- thereon. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 13th day of September, 1597. (Seal ) W. B: HAMILTON, Clerk, i By c! S. Wachhorst, Deputy Cler^ Indorsed: Filed September 13, 189*. W. B. HAMILTON. Clerk. By E S Wachhorst, Deputy. White & Seymour, Attorneys for Peti i tioner. sel4-td 3