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SIMPSON SOUNDS THE KEYNOTE. (Continued from Fourth Page.) from the city to the sea, a distance of seven miles. It was absolutely neces sary, he said, that the city should be •protected, as it was in constant dan gers of diseases of a contagious na ture arising from the unsewered sur roundings. "Smith said if the people of such a district were to have such sewerage connections they should be allowed to vote on the question at a special or other election. Dickinson offered an amendment, which was adopted, striking out the v.i iv-- "adult population" and inserting words •resident electors." As so amended the bill was ordered printed. The bill will probably be further amend ed When it is returned. HORSESHOEING BILL PASSED. ..Cobb's bill, 118, to regulate the prac tice Of ho unshoeing, providing for the registration of master and journeymen horseshoers, the appointment of a Board of Examiners, determining the powers and duties of such board, and fixing a permit}' for violation of the provisions of th.o Act, was taken up. Smith attacked that portion of the bill which provided that the Board of Examiners should consist of five mem bers and a Secretary, none of whom should receive more than $5 per day, and whose wages should depend upon fees arising from certificates Issued. He contended that no capable smith would act on such board for a sum most of which would be eaten up by expenses. He figured that in order to pay the salaries of the members of the iioard ten certificates would have to be issued daily, and he suggested that, should dishonest men get on the board, p:.rt lcularly when applicants for exam inations were scarce, such applicants might be bled for the benefit of the mem tiers of the board. He protested against the passage of the bill. Curtin opposed, the bill in a vigorous speech, and Sims followed, and handled Taylor's speech of Wednesday without gloves. He thought the bill was the most vicious kind of class legislation. It would work hardships upon smiths, who would be obliged to go before the examiners and pay their $3 for a li cense, and afterward pay for having the same recorded in the office of the County Clerk. Gillette also declared the bill to be a vicious one, as it required that all ap plicants for certificates should have Served two years as horseshoers' ap prentices. He said that, regardless of the fact that a man might be conduct ing a blacksmith shop, he would be shut out unless he had served such an apprenticeship. Taylor closed the debate with a strong appeal for the bill. He called attention 16 the fact that men were not allowed to shoe army mules unless they first passed examinations and were found to be experts, and he submitted that his horse was as good as a Government mule. Curtin wanted to know why mules had not been mentioned in the bill. ' Taylor referred to the Supreme Court of Texas, which had declared a mule to be a horse. Gillette suggested that that was a hoisi- on Taylor. The speechmaking being concluded, tlu roll was called, and the bill was raiser- by a vote of 23 to 10. Title ap proved. COMMITTEE REPORT. Nutt, for the Committee on Agricul ture ;ind Horticulture, reported back A. B. -4!>. to regulate the sale of fertiliz ers, pass as amended, and to Finance Committee. So referred. S. B. 400. to prohibit the issuance of green trading Stamps; pass as amended. Bulla, for Prisons and Prison Build ings—S. B.s 407, to provide special charters in jails for juvenile prisoners, pass as amended; 472, for a commission to promote prison reform, do pass and he referred to the Finance Committee. So referred. JUNKETS. A resolution by Howell that the mem bers of the Committee on Hospitals be authorized to visit the Stockton Insane Asylum, and that they be allowed act ual traveling expenses, was adopted, as was also another "by Laird, authorizing two members of the Finance and thre-2 of the Public Buildings committees also to visit the same institution. All junk eters wili be back by>noon to-day. ADDITIONAL REPORT. Simpson, for the Committee on Cor porations, reported back S. B. 201, to provide for the organization of mutual life and health insurance companies; <Jo pass as amended. ASSEMBLY MESSAGES. M< stages were received from the As sembly announcing that that body had concurred in the Senate amendments to A. B. 17.'!; also that it had refused to boncur in the Senate amendments to A. B. 366, limiting the hours of daily i-ei \ X es of laborers employed on public works, etc.; also that A. C. A. 2.3, re lating to the Leland Stanford Univers ity, had l>eeni adopted : afco that A. B.s 4<;.',, 245 and I»>4 and S. B.s 30 and 05 had been passed. BILLS. Bills were introduced, as follows: ' Bettman—Providine: for giving of Wnds by keepers of irfteiligenee offices. Judiciary. 1 r;sk—Appropriating 000 to pay the claim of 3. B. Stanford. Finance, Trout— Proposing an amendment to the Constitution. Judiciary. Davis —Amending the Civil Code, re latinr to water rights. Irrigation and W'ait-r Rights. . . Leavitt—To establishsfees for jurors, etc. County Government. Simpson—To encouiage and provide for general vaeeinattion. Hospitals. Health and Quarantine. Wolfe (by request)—To pay for adver tising Constitutional amendments. Bella —To appoint a Commissioner to Investigate and report upon the best HealthfuUfess I MillllPl of the bath depends largely on cleanliness I L™— MUM f mM —wsrasii of the bath tub - Court hcsdxh * hun I h l lia ll ffll3ftH n sickness by using I A Washing PoWdS I Hr\ » for all household cleansing purposes. ■ frf""\ ' Largest package—greatest economy. I Bold everywhere. Madeoulyby I S*W»A . THE N. K. FAIRBAMK COMPANY, I Chicago. St Louis. Boston. M V^Ef New York. Philadelphia. ■ methods of forest preservation. For estry, Fish and Game. Smith— Relative to the branding and marking of livestock. Farming. To pay the claim of Alfred Hirrell. Finance and Claims. After agreeing to take up the second reading file at the night session, at 4 o'clock a recess was taken until 8 p. m. Evening Session. At the evening session, Leavitt, for the Committee on Federal Relations, re ported back A. J. R. 14 t recommending the calling of a convention for the re vision of the Constitution of the State of Californa, recommending that the electors of the State vote at the next general election for the calling of a convention to revise the Constitution and to provide the number and quali fication, compensation and manner of electing delegates to such convention, with the recommendation that it be adopted. GOVERNOR'S MESSAGES. A message was received from the Governor. It was laid on the desk with three other messages from his Excel lency received within the past ten days, none of which have been taken up. There is quite a stack of the ex ecutive messages, and the Senate will probably take a day off one of these times and open and consider theim. WHAT THE ATTORNEYS WANT. Bettman, for the Committee on Rules and Revision, reported back the reso lution providing for the payment cf the attorneys in the matter of the Den nery-Ashe contest, recommending that the attorneys for the contestants —Bert and Powers, be allowed $250 each, and the attorneys for the contesitec-, McPike. Newberg and Henney, be allowed $1015.00 each, or $500 for each side; and further recommending the suspension of standing rulo 34, which provides that in contests for seats in the Senate the contestant shall be allowed $20.) and the contestee $100. Bettman moved the adoption of the report, but the motion was received by a storm of opposition, and from the sentiment expressed it is extremely doubtful whether the Senate will con sent to present gratuitously the sum of $700 to the attorneys who handled the contest. On motion of Dickinson, the consid eration of the report was made a spe cial order for this morning immediately after the reading of the journal. A warm time is expected. Davis, for the Committee on Mines, Drains and Debris, reported back S. B. 501, authorizing the location and sa!e of mining claims upon public lands of the State, with the recommendation that it do not pass: also presented a substitute for S. B.s 142, 150. 204 and 453, all relating to mining claims and locating and recording the same, and recommended that the substitute be adopted. SECOND READING FILE. The second reading file was taken up and the following bills acted upon: S. B. 78, Langford—To keep open nat ural channels, not navigable, which run through agricultural land, and are subject to overflow, to the injury of the land, and the duty of Boards of Super visors in relation thereto; ordered on file for third reading. S. B. 20, Langford—Providing for the dissolution and annulment of swamp and overflowed land reclamation dis tricts for non-usep of corporate powers; on file for third reading. S. B. 36, Boyce—To amend thirty sections of the Political Code and to add one new section relating to public schools; withdrawn, and S. B. 53, re lating to kindergartens, substituted. S. B. 47, Nutt —To appropriate money for the improvement of the harbor of San Dego by the Board of State Har bor Commissioners for San Diego Bay; withdrawn, and S. B. 04, relating to duties of San Diego Harbor Commis sioners, substituted. S. B. 380, Leavitt—To amend Section 2.440 of the Political Code of the S:ate of California, approved March 12, 1872, relating to the appointment of Pi'ot Commissioners for San Francisco. Mare Island and Benicia, to third reading. S. B. 102. Langford—Empowering Boards of Supervisors to construct, re construct and change the location of, and enter into contracts concerning bridge or bridges across navigable streams or waterways in this State; to third reading. S. B. 203. Braunhart—To amend Sec tion 377 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to actions for damages: with drawn, and S. B. SS, for the suppression of bucket Stoops, etc., substituted. ADJOURNMENT. Another bill was taken up and failing to get a single vote either way on a proposed amendment. the Presi dent pro tern brought his gavel down and declared the Senate adjourned be cause there was no quorum. A°d it Was 0:15 o'clock. IN THE ASSEMLY. Familiar Sound of the Rock Crusher—School Exemption. After the opening of the Assembly yesterday morning, with Speaker An derson in the chair, leave of absence was granted for the day to Ke>L- >. K> I ley and Brooke. The journal of Tuesday "was approved, after correction. I'ruier the head of petitions Robinson offered one signed by- numerous citi zens of Nevada County, asking for a monument to Abraham Lincoln to be placed in Golden Gate Park. San Fran cisco. STANDING COMMITTEES. Durtlap, for Swamp and Overflowed Lands, reported back favorably Dun lap's A. B. 100, to keep open natural channels not navigable which run through agricultural lands; also John son's A. B. •>. amending the Act to pro vide for the issuing of bonds in recla mation districts; also Belshaw's A. B. 727, to amend the Political Code, relat ing to the public lands of California. Also, from the- same committee, Cam inetti's A. B. 335, amending the Polit ical Code, adversely. THE RECORD-UyiOy, SACRAMENTO, fTRIDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 1899. JUDICIARY COMMITTEE. Johnson, Chairman, reported back the frllowlng bills favorably: ■ Knight's A. B. 437, amending the Act authorizing State agricultural societies to sell property held by them in fee; Fe lix's A. B. 507, amending the Political Code, relating to the issue of bonds of school districts; Fairweather's A. B. 029, adding a new section to the Penal Code, relating to oil .pipe* lines; Con rey's A. B. 737, authorizing school dis tricts to establish and maintain • day schools for the deaf, etc.; Johnson's A. B. 775, providing that certain Justice Courts and Justices of the Peace shall have jurisdiction of cases of violation cf city ordinances, etc.; also S. B. 421, amending the Political Code. Also Works' A. B. 218, requiring the making and recording of maps of cities, towns and additions to cities or towns, and providing a penalty for selling or offering for sale any lots or tracts of such corporations before said maps are recorded; reported without recom mendation. Also Kenneally's A. B. 502, amending the Penal Code, relating to pawnbro kers: that it do not pass. Crowder, from Public Buildings and Grounds, that Devoto's A. B. 29, amending the Act establishing an In dustrial Home of Mechanical Trades for the Adult Blind, be withdrawn, and a committee bill, numbered 832,< was sub st'tuted, with favorable recommenda tion. H. M. Miller, for Public Morals, re ported favorably on Henry's A. B. 531, to punish parents, guardians or persons permitting the malformation, etc., of minor children. Arnerich, for Counties and County Foundaiiss, reported favorably Clough's A. B.s 515, 516 and 517, changing and permanently locating the boundaries between Plumas and the adjoining counties of Lassen, Yuma and Tehama; also on Brown's A. B. 580. ratifying and confirming the line between San Mateo and San Francisco counties. From the same committee, Clough's A. B.s 514 and 518, with regard to boundaries between his county of Plu mas and its neighbors, Butte and Shasta, and Burnett's A. B. 507, to pro vide for the formation of new counties, were reported back without recom mendation. De Lancie, for Education, reported S. B. 90, concerning the powers of Boards of Education of cities of the fifth class, and Cosper's A. B. 081, add ing a section to the Political Code, rec ommending that they do pass. Kelley. for Public Printing, reported favorably Arnerich's A. B. 533, author izing the Superintendent of State Printing to have prepared and printed an index to all the laws of California, ISSO-IS9& FOR THE BIG FAIR. Haw, for Municipal Corporations, re ported favorably on La Baree's A. B. 42!). amending the Act providing for the letting of contracts for street lighting: also on Cobb's A. B. 729, authorizing the appropriation of moneys by the sev eral counties, cities and counties, and the municipal corporations, for the purpose of advancing and maintaining their respective inter ests, by exhibit of products, and other wise, at the Pacific Ocean and Inter national Exposition. RieLard. for Enrollment, reported A. B. 070, making an appropriation of $75,000 for the State Printing Office, duly enrolled and sent to the Governor. COSTS OF CONTESTS. Cosper, for the Committee on Con tested Elections, rendered the expanse account in the contest cases of Mclver vs. Mack: Brophy vs. O'Brien; Jones vs. Wardell, and Graham vs. Hoey. The report was ordered printed in the jour nal and to lie over for one day. In this matter the totals are as follows: Mclver vs. Mack: Mclver contestant —claimed find al lowed. $416.70. Mack, contestee —Claimed $350; al lowed by committee, $200. Brophy vs. O'Brien: Brophy. contestant—Claimed $1, --793.10; allowed by committee, $329.15. O'Brien, contestee —Claimed and al lowed, $388. Expenses of committee. $71.50. Jones vs. Warden: Jones, contestant—Claimed $1,510.40; allowed by committee, $420.25. Wardeli, contestee — Claimed $1. --389.40; allowed by committee, $425.45. Expenses of committee, $101.00. Graham vs. Hoey: Graham, contestant—Claimed $1. --825.75; allowed by committee, $673.32. Hoey, contestee —Claimed $2,311.53; allowed by committee, $571.32. Expenses of committee, $188, WAYS AND MEANS. Valentine, for this committee, report ed favorably on the following bills: Blood's A. B. 099, claim of John J. Sny der; Arnerich's A. B. 730, claim of J. H. Barry; Valentine's A. B. 750, to create the Board of State Capitol Com missioners. Also on Rickard's A. B. 26, the claim of William Sullivan: Works' A. B. 131, appropriating money for the harbor of San Diego, and Arnerich's A. B. 7.'!.'», the claim of J. E. Edson, that they do pass as amended. Also that the; authors be permitted to withdraw Blood's A. B. 59. for a free wagon road from Mono Lake to Tioga Mine: and Caminetti's A. B. 309, to purchase tools and books for the use of the Preston School of Industry. INTRODUCTION OF BILLS. The newspaper claim bills are grouped as follows: Clark, Santa Clara "News," $98$; Clark. San Jose "Herald," $1,100; Dib ble. "Labor Advocate," San Francisco, $250; Mead. "Herald," Los Angeles, $2,100; Fairweather, to pay Phil P.. Dankey, $200; O'Brien, "California Demokrat." $2,500; Works, San DiegD "Vidette," $1,000; P.aub. Marysville •Appeal." $400; La. Baree, Trinity "Sentinel," $080; La Baree, Trinity •News"," $150; Anderson, Vallejo "Chronicle." $150; Anderson, River "News," $185; Marvin, Blue Lake "Ad vocate," fELSS; Kelley. Oakland "Events." $::78; Kelley, Oakland "En quire!," $1,031; White, Italia Pub. Co., $2,100. Other bills are as follows: Bliss—To regulate the rate of interest vhargtd by pawnbrokers. Judiciary. To amend the Penal Code relating to arrests. Judiciary. Feliz—To amend , the Code of Civil Procedure relating to the appointment of guardians of insane) and incompetent persons. Judiciary. Dibble—To provide for filling vacan cies in the. offices of incorporated cities where there has been a failure of elec tion for more than two years and the refusal of those last elected to continue in the discharge of duties of such of fices until their successors are elected and qualified, and make provision for an election by the legally qualified electors of such incorporated cities to fill such offices. And to provide that the official acts of officers so provis ionally appointed and processes served upon them shall be valid.. Judiciary. Radcliff —To appropriate the sum of $308 to pay the claim of A. A. Taylor. "Ways and Means. Crowder —To amend the Political Code relating to the National Guard , Men's Overcoats. Our daily selling of men's over coats is passing all expectations. Perhaps the presence of the Leg islature and the increased number of men in Sacramento at present has something to do with it. Still it is also a fact that we are giving some very exceptional values, and it is not likely that they can be duplicated elsewhere. We prob ably get a large share of the trade of those men who are willing to save a few dollars and who "look around" before buying. At any rate, business in our $5.00, $7.50, $10.00, $15.00 and $20.00 overcoats is very lively, and there must be good reasons for it. Saturday, February 18th. Men's white shirts in large sizes at 47c. Sailor knot scarfs at 25c. Club ties in silk, 9c. Wire buckle suspenders, 12c. And other good items will be on special sale to-morrow in our Furnishing Goods Department. KSchool EJ Shoes. Built for wear and none better for school use. Pebble grain lea ther, with sole leather tips, spring heels and stout soles. Sizes to 11, $1.10; sizes, ni to 2, $1.35. Men's 10c Linen Collars. When you buy a collar of any well known brand you pay some thing for name. While we have the well known collars we also have our own brand, and the latter are only 10c each. You pay for the goods only and not for name. These 10c collars are made for us by a reputable manufacturer, and material and workmanship are right. They are of five-ply linen, thin at the button holes, thus pre venting breaking. Come in all the latest styles and hights of tab and in lap, turn down or turn point style. Sizes 14 to 18 inch neck. ■HTljen's Oil Shoes. i% §\ Just received an excellent M line of men's "B Calf" fOmm shoes in lace jor elastic sides. Narrow, rounding or square toes; an excellent wear ing shoe of the best sort of value at $2.00. Weinstock, Lubin & Co., 400-412 X St., Sacramento. and United States Volunteers there from. Military Affairs. To amend the Political Code relating to the lapsing of High Schools. Educa tion. Hanley—To amend the Political Code relating to the counting of money in the State Treasury, and the breaking, or any interference with any seal af fixed on any safe or inner vault in the vault of the State Treasury, a felony. Ways and Means. Griffin (by : request*—To appropriate the sum of $13,000 for the purpose of establishing an electric light and light ing plant in the Yosemite Valley. Ways and Means. McDonald of Alameda—Defining the duties of certain officers of the Assem bly in the assignment of seats to mem bers thereof. Public Works, State Capitol and Grounds. Hanley—Making an appropriation to purchase a safe, or provide an inner vault in the vault of the State Treas ury, to be used in counting money in the State Treasury. Ways and Means. Caminetti—To appropriate the sum of $300 to pay the- claim of J. D. Sanford. Caminetti —To appropriate the sum of $470 to pay the claim of E. C. Rust. Ways and Means. H. W. Miller (by repuset)—To amad the act to prevent the sale of or deliv ering intoxicating liquors to minor children. Public Morals. (By request)— Permitting officers of any Society for the Prevention of Cru elty to Children to visit and inspect factories, workshops, manufacturing or other establishments where minora un der the age of 18 years are employed. Public Morals. (By request)— The Act relating to children. Public Morals. (By request)— The Act to enforce the educational rights of children. Public Morais. Jilson —Adding a new section to the Penal Code in relation to the running at large of hogs. Judiciary. Cobb (by request)— Authorizing the payment of compensation or commis sion to persons employed by the Stats Controller and Attorney General, or by the Hoards of Supervisors of the differ ent counties, to collect delinquent State and counts - taxes, and legalizing all payments made for that purpose. Ju diciary. To amend the Code of Civil Proce dure, relating to liens of mechanics and others. Judiciary. Wright —To prevent the hunting, chasing or hounding of deer with hounds in the State of California. Fish and Game. 'Dunlap—For the relief of J. E. At kinson, for personal injuries received by him while in the service of the State. Claims. Knowland—To amend the Political Code, relative to bridges, subways and culverts. Roads and Highways. Eugene Sullivan —To amend the Act to provide for the furnishing of assist ance to th? Coroner of each city, or city and county, having 100,000 or more inhabitants. County and Township Government. Richard —To establish a uniform standard of weights and measures, to divide the State into districts, appoint Inspectors, define their duties, fix the rate of charges and. also the penalties for the violation of this Act. County and Township Gove/.-nment. Johnson—To amec.d the Act creating a Eoard of Bank Commissioners, and increasing the number of said Commis sioners to five, and relating to their qualifications, appointment, powers, du ties, salaries, expenses and terms of office, and to the recording and notice of assignments of .mortgages and deeds J TO-DAY, AT 9:30 A. M. Sale of Dress Prints. Ginghams, Flannelettes, Bedspreads, ' Towels and Crash Suitings. Lot i. Dark ground dress prints, in neat patterns; good standard cloth and a suitable quality for wrappers, aprons or \\s : children's dresses. TO-DAY'S M J jm. f price, 3c yd 2 vjjyfiftg Lot 2. New spring goods are com- ing in daily. One of the arrivals last week was a plain crash suiting in the natural (rik' - ; lm nnen co ' or - c nave decided to place 2hrff, ■ \\ this item on sale early in the season. For sr* separate skirts, suits, etc., you will find it an interesting item; 28 inches wide. IZ&T 5 8c yd Lot 3. Standard quality of apron checked ginghams, in small checks, blues and browns, good texture and much below value at £.cr s 4c yd Lot 4. Cross-barred towels, fringed ends, for hand towels, glasses, bar towels, etc.; not the sleazy kind, but good firm weave. TO-DAY'S r p p „ PRICE, JO cd Lot 5. White honeycomb bedspreads, not skimpy in size, but large enough for double beds; ready hemmed and in good patterns. Will interest hotel and lodging-house keepers as well as housewives. DAY'S PRICE, s 65c ea Lot 6. Bleached bed sheets, ready hemmed and large enough for any double bed, being 81 inches wide and 90 inches long. No need to take the time and trouble of making such goods when you can buy them at the bare cost of the material. TO-DAY'S Q 7p fIQ PRICE, Old Cd Lot 7. We shall include in this lot all our plaid and fig ured swansdown flannelettes, formerly selling for 10c and i2\c yard. Will make elegant wrappers, house dresses, waists, etc. We desire to close out this lot to make room for new spring goods. TO-DAY'S mr n ..J price, oc yo of trust heldi by savings banks. Banks and Banking. To add. a new section to the Code of Civil Procedure. Judiciary. Valentine—To amend the Code of Civil Procedure. Judiciary. Jii«)n —A concurrent resolution (No. IS), relative to the appreciation of the patriotism and public services of Hon. William McKinley. Federal Relations. RESOLUTION OF APPRECIATION. Following is the text of Jilson's con current resolution mentioned above: Whereas, The Hon. William McKin ley, President of the United States, did in such an admirable manner conduct the negotiations leading up to our war with Spain, and did prosecute that war when wisely declared, in a masterly and able manner; and Whereas, Upon the glorious success of our arms in that struggle, with a wisdom, patriotism and ability which ranks him among the fathers of our country and its Constitution, he nego tiated a peace honorable to our people and generous to a fallen foe, by which the Cuban people are assured a Gov ernment and an independence by which the blessings of our institutions and our Constitution are extended to Porto Rico and other insmlar territory, and by which the millions of people in the Philippine Islands are taken under the beneficent protection of our country, and will be insured the elevating influ ences of our civilization; and Whereas, As a result of his policy and his sanction, the Hawaiian Islands have been added to our territory, to the es pecial advantage and benefit of the Pacific Coast; and . Whereas, He is now advocating, and we have confidence will bring to a suc cessful execution, the project of con structing the Nicaraguan Canal, which will result in the immediate and mate rial advancement of California and her people; and Whereas, We are deeply grateful to htm for his support of these policies, and. conscious of his exalted character and lofty patriotism, and deeming it wise that his capacity, his labors and his devotion to his people be recognized and acknowledged by some fitting trib ute; now, therefore, be it Resolved by the Assembly, the Senate concurring, That the Legislature of the State of California hereby expresses its appreciation of the sense of equal just ice, of the patriotism and public serv ices of Hon. William McKinley, and gratefully acknowledges' his faithful at tention to duty, and the wise and bene ficial policy which has always governed his treatment of questions affecting our State and her people; aijd be it fur ther Resolved, That a copy of this resolu tion be forwarded by the Governor of the Slate to the President, Hon. Will iam McKinley, at Washington. D. C. RESOLUTIONS. White offered the following: Rtsolved, That the Attorney General be, and he i 9 hereby, requested to re port to the Assembly the present status of all litigation pending between th& Railroad Commissioners, of this State and the Southern Pacific Company and other railroads; also the amount of funds necessary to carry on said liti gation to a final litigation. Adopted. Johi son offered a resolution provid ing for the payment of R. J. Cady, as rear porter, from January 2d, amount ing to $135. To Committee ah Attaches. Dibble offered a resolution appoint ing Jesse R. Dorsey assistant mail carrier, at a per diem of $3. To Com mittee on Attaches. McDonald of Alameda offered a reso ltion that M. E. Horton, who has served (Continued on Seventh Page.) For Paint and Aches—All Sorts— Ihe Quickest Relief lc In a BENSON'S, 3 SEAL) (ONTHE •XAMPJ || 16ENUINB t is the best POROUS PLASTER I Cures Backache, Muscular Rheumatism.and tho like quicker than any other remedy. Braces up the parts. Try one. Price 26 cents. All Druegurts. Of aa'f rs, Seabnrjr * Johnson, N. V., if unobtainable. TORPID LIVER. Dr. Radway—Dear Sir: I have been using your medicines—that is, your Pills and Ready Relief. These two medicines have done me and my family more good than a whole drug store. I am 63 years old. I used about six boxes of your pills since last spring. I am as regular now and feel like a healthy man of 20 year.-:. Now, I want to find out about your Resolvent, to use in a case of a young lady (etc., etc.). Respectfully, AUGUST WITHER, 542 East 134 th street, New York. 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A»k your druggist for it., ffMce. SI a bottle. TuF ■>«• €» is a nrm-pouoßosj remedy Gonorrhoea, SL lMt ' <?p.rmatorrln*a, aSBSf is lv » Whites, unnatural dis mmmW Oaaraamd bJ charges, or any inllumma •fsST bm to atrtetare. tion, irritation or ulcera- wotafim. tion of mucous mem- MmWmm. it s 1 "mmror sent In plain wrapper ■k. br expreu, prepaid, fol *v9Ssflslsss^'« , vJ I) 0" 3 t>"ttu«. t2.m. w V *> Circular Mat uu re<|ueS> RTWjrrival of New ] rAI 1899 Shirt Waists, j We have just received our first* shipment of 1899 spring shirt j waists. These are now on display, in our cloak department; in fact, 1 one side of this spacious room has been transformed into a waist de partment. The assortment con-1 sists of the early novelties, and in ' style, colorings and fit they can| not be excelled. The line at 50c is unusually at- 1 tractive, being represented in stripes, figures, bias plaids and plain chambray effects, in about fifteen patterns. No such hand sove waists have ever been shown by us at any such price. In the $1 line are fine piques in' cardinal, pink, blue, etc., all with' the new standing detachable col- 1 lars. Also percales with bias tucks and cording in all the latest patterns. Price, $1. A good display of novelty shirt waists, some corded and others trimmed with braid and embroid ery, in pique, lawns, and French madras cloths. Prices, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00. Dimity Lawns. These new dimity lawns of ours have been shown in the window and have attracted much attention. The sales have been large and we have already ordered more to for tify our stock. They come in all colors and in the prettiest stripe effects imaginable. Price, yard. [Sxtra Towels, \m 6 for $1.00. Something extra for the money —bleached damask towels with long knotted fringe; some with colored borders and some without. Price, 6 for $1.00. |ew Scotch Ginghams. New Scotch ginghams are here —prettier and daintier than ever — if such a thing were possible. Ihe patterns mostly run to stripes, ami nearly all of them have fine dimity cords. There are lilacs, greens, rose, purples, as well as all the staple blues, pinks, etc. Price, 25c yard. , • wm *■ Installments. • : Extra. : • Super • : Ingrains : j 65c. j | J These carpets are full J I • weight and every thread • : • all-wool. Above price • a sewed and laid. a j — — i • • : Chas. M. Campbell, j | a House Furnishing Goods, • '.411 AND 413 X STREET. J i ••••••••••••••••••••••••• WHOLESALE LIQUORS. CRONAN & WISSKMAtf, *80 X Stroet and 11 OS-1110 Third Street, Sacramento, Cal., tMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL. ers In Fine Whiskies, Brandies and Cham EBNER BROS. COMPANY, llti-118 X Street. Front and Second, Sacramento. IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE! dealers In Wines and Liquors. Tel. 3W. HIICH TAQPV importer and Whole? iiuuiiV/rlOLl, s(l!er ln Foreign and I>oJ mestic Wines and Liquors. Proprietor of Eagle Soda Works, 213 X street. Sacra mento. LIQUORS, WINE, BEER, ETC. THOS. E. KENNEDY & CO. (Successors to Jim & Harry), Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars, J 1009 THIRD STREET. I |_JI |— H)O 022 J Street. bnUnLtn O Stfam and lager beer on draught. Colonial whisky. GUS CAMPE, Proprietor. . PALISADB SALOON, 231 X Street. HARLAN BROS Proprietors Western Hotel Building. PORTLAND BEER AT BAUER & KOENECKE, SUCCES. sora to Wisseman's Saloon. ItJO Fourth street, J and X, QAMBRINUS' f° K /^& MAI | Props. Finest Wines, Liquors • and Cigars; Steam and Lager as It should be, Sc. A good Lunch ulwave to be f nuad. I ' ORDERS FKOW THE COUNTRY PROMPTLY FtLLEO ' | lasaeMtas mrfiiTTi r-.* m ir n.i nr tm mfft'-w INEAGLE Medical Institute. ASTHMA CURED TO I STAY CURED. NEAGLE MEDICAL INSTITUTE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, located oermamsnUx at 72*& X «L. Sacraments.