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SUPREME COURT DECISIONS.
SYLLABI. k (S. P. No. I,o2l—Department One- Filed June 7, 1899.) G. P. Gray et ah, appellants; James Eschen et al., respondents. Action to recover for Koods sold and delivered. Affirmed. • Where there is a substantial conflict In the evidence, the findings of the trial court will not be dtotu'rbed on ap peal. The law presumes that the proceed ings in the trial court were regular, and "Whefre error is claimed it is incumbent upon the appellant to slhow it affirma tively. An exception taken to each and every Portion of a Judge's charge is insuffi cient. There must be a specification of the particular errors upon which the appellant Intends to resy. Consaquent ly, where the court, on the conclusion of its charge, stated: "It is understood that every portion of the charge i 3 deemed excepted to by each counsel." Held, that proper exceptions were not taken to the charge so as to entitle the instructions to reviewal in the (su preme Court. <S. P. No. I,ll3—Department Two- Filed June 8, 1899.) John T. Doyle, plaintiff; Republic Life Insurance Co., defendant; Sam uel D. Ward, appellant. Appeals dis missed. The sixty days during which an ap peal must be taken dates from the en try of judgment, not from an order made after final judgment. The procedure of this State neither countenances nor permits the practice of moving for a new trial of a motion. A subsequent order refusing to va cate an appeaiable order, which has been regularly and advisedly made, is not appealable. Harper vs. Hildreth, 99 CW., 205. (Sac. No. 541—Department Two—Filed June 9, 1899.) Helen Jane Grimbley, respondent; C. H. Harrold and the Grand Lodge, A. O. U. W., defendants; C. H. Harrold, ap pellant. Beneficiary contract. Af firmed. The contract of a member in societies such as the A. O. U. W., whereby he assumes to dispose of his interest in the beneficiary fund of the order, when valid, and not in conflict with the law ful conditions upon which the order grants the insurance, is effectual against the subsequent attempt of the member to violate or annul it. A board of arbitration called by the Grand Master of a lodge to pass upon a claim presented by a, person not a member of the order, lacks, as concerns the claimant, a prime essential of a legal body of arbitrators, in that the claimant has no voice in eelecting the members. It is really but a commit tee upon which, under the rules of the order, the duty is devolved of answer ing the claimant's demand. The fact that the claimant produces evidence before it to support his claims, does not convert the hearing into an arbi tration. See Kumle vs. Grand Lodge, A. O. U. W., 110 Cal., 204. (S. F. No. 950—Department Two—Filed June S, 1899.) F. E. Johnson, appellant; Bank of Lake, respondent. Stockholders' lia bility. Reversed. Section 350, C. C. P., provides that an action against a stockholder of a cor poration to enforce a liability created by law must be brought within three years after the liability was created. The time of the creation of the liability must be determined by the terms and conditions of the contract. So, in a contract for the employment of an at torney to perform legal services, no debt or liability is created, until the requested services have been per formed; hence, the statute of limita tions dots not start to run until that time. (S. F. No. 3.091— Department Two— Filed June 8, 1599.) Lemuel Peiser et al., appellants; Thomas H. Griffith and Minnie L. Pei ser, respondents; W. B. Bradbury, in tervenor and respondent. Action to set aside a deed for injunction. Af firmed. Where by a proposed amended com plaint all the issues in the original complaint are withdrawn, and another and distinct cause of action is plead ed, and the statute of limitations has run against this new cause, the court rightly refuses to permit the amended complaint to be filed. By the running of the statute of lim itations against an action over title to property, the title, irrespective of the original right, is regarded as vested in the possessor, and the subsequent re peal of the limitation law cannot be given a retroactive effect so as to dis turb the title. (S. F. No. I,loo— Department Two- Filed June 9, 1899.) County of Sonoma, respondent; Peter N. Stofen et al.. appellants. Action against County Treasurer's bondsmen to recover moneys converted. Affirmed. While it is true that uncontradicted evidence of a positive fact must gen erally be controlling, there are excep tional cases in which the jury cr the Judge, ac a trier of Vfce facts, is held Justified in rejecting uncontradicted evidence, even the most positive. See People vf. Miller, 122 Cal. 171. Robbery 'is a defense to an action for the recovery of public moneys in.this State. But the evidence of a defendant so situated does not, as a matter cf legal compulsion, command full credit. Robbery is a defense easily simulated, and the temptation to do ro must needs be strong upon one who has misappro priated trust funds. Experimental evidence in corrobora tion or disproof depends for its valus upon the fact that the experiment has 'PHONE OTT FOR BIRDSALL'S OLIVE OIL You -will find the oil to be the best in quality and quantity for the money of any of the many Cali tornla oils in the market; two sizes, 75c and SL You will find our quick delivery •of drugs, etc.. a feature worthy of your patronage. We do it as we do everything else. PROPERLY. No matter how small your purchase is, ring us up, free delivery. EITHER 'PHONE, NO. 10. FRANCIS S. OTT, The Place to Buy Drugs, IAA W Cf Sooth Side ZUU IV Second and K. Do Not Mistake the Store. been made when the conditions affect ing the result are as near as may be identical with those existing at the time of and operating to produce the particular effect. An absolute iden tity is impossible, but a, substantial identity must exist to give this evidence value. Held, however, that this iden tity msed not extend to nor be shown to exist as to conditions wttncfc could have had no causal operation upon the result. (S. F. No. 964—Department Two—Filed June 9. 1899). M. J. SmeMzer, appellant; George S. Miller, Auditor, respondent. Reversed. See Smeltzer vs. Miller, 113 Cal., 163. The Beard of Supervisors cannot call into existence by subsequent ratifica tion a contract that they had no power to make in the first instance. (S. F. No. 959—Department Two—Filed June 9, 1899.) William Lynch, respondent;. Calvin Pearson, appellant. Action to recover for use and occupation of premises. Affirmed. One who enters by virtue of an agree ment cr understanding that he is to be a purchaser is not afterward liable in an action for use and occupation, but this doctrine does not apply when the agreement has been rescinded and the parties have mutually released each, other from the obligations thereof. SUIT FOR DAMAGES. Ten Thousand Dollar* Demanded of Electric Railway Company. Susan A. Bonham and Alexander D. Bonham have commenced suit against the Sacramento Electric. Gas and Rail way Company for $10,000 damages, $90 for medical attendance and costs. The damages are alleged to have been sustained by her through a collision \\ ith an electric car last March on Fif teenth street, which she claims was due to the negligence of defendant's em ployes. Johnson & Shields and Prewett & Henderson are her attorneys. SOCIAL EVENTS. Samuel A. Bagnall returned on Sun day with his bride from San Francisco, where they had been spending their honeymoon. They were welcomed at the residence of the groom's father, 1314 Twenty-sixth street, by a large number of their friends, who had gath ered to extend tb them their good wishes. A banquet had been prepared, the tables being loaded down with choice viands. Percy Douglas, Jesse Blair and Bert Tompkins managed the musical part of the entertainment, and singing and recitations made the time pass pleasantly and all too quickly. Those present to congratulate the young couple were: Mr. and Mrs. Bagnall (father and mother of the groom), Misses Lillian and Alice Bagnall, George Bagnall, Mrs. E. Twaddle, George Radonich and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Kattenhorn and family. J. Scott and Miss Saunders, Ben Rossor, Julian Jensen and Charles J. Bagnall of Sac ramento. Articles of Incorporation. The following articles of incorporation were yesterday, filed at the office of the Secretary of State: Angels Camp Athletic Club. Angels Camp. To develop athletics. Direotora —George Stickle, Jr., Bert Morgan, C. E. Montgomery, F. Egan, George Tryon, Angels Camp. No stock. Highland's Ranch and Cattle Com pany. San Luis Obispo. To do farm ing and raise cattle. Directors —Q. Warden, H. M. Warden, H. Cragg, F. G. Warden. San Luis Obispo. Capital stock, $150,000; subscribed $14,900. Soleda Land and Water Company. Hollister. To buy and sell water rights and build irrigation canals. Directors— A. C. Briggs. B. F. Gould. H. H. Tracy, H. N. Tracy, T. Flint, Jr., San Fran cisco. Capital, $30,000; paid. Estates in Probate. C. H. Oatman has filed in the Su perior Court his petition for letters of administration on ■ the estate of his mother, Villetta C. Oatman, deceased, which consists of real estate valued at $6,010, personal property valued at §250 and mortgages worth $'2,500. S. B. Smith has filed a petition for letters of administration on the estate of Rufus Butterfield, deceased, which consists of real estate valued at $10, --000. S. B. Smith has petitioned the Su perior Court for letters of administra tion on the estate of Knute Moe, which consists of personal property valued at ! $'J15.98. Hotel Arrivals. Arrivals at the Golden Eagle Hotel yesterday: Joseph L. Danbe, Chicago; H. A. Somerfield, D. T. Harding, Bos ton; H. L. Baur, St. Louis; S. Wein chenk, H. F. Adler, William Hatter worth, Jr., J. F. Fogarty, C. H. Steg man. A. L. Hart, Jr., Amos Sewell. Walter A. Taylor, S. S. Stiles, W. W. Knickerbocker, San Francisco; A. Ar nold Wheeler, Auburn. Wants Possession. Maggie Fee has commenced suit in , the Superior Court against Fred Davis and Walter Davis for possession of an acre of land about two and a half miles east of the city, which she claims she was wrongfully ousted from, and for $900 damages, and costs. Hiram W. j f ohnson and Peter J. Shields are her at ! torneys. A Bankrupt Brakeman. A petition in bankruptcy has been filed, in the United States District Court by George A. Brown, railroad brake man. His liabilities amount to $900\8o, and he has no assets other than per sonal effects that the law exempts from execution. His attorneys are Prewett & Henderson. Partial Distribution Granted. In Judge Johnson's court yesterday a decree of partial distribution of the es tate of Isaac Davis, deceased, was granted, and further hearing was con tinued till July lOth. Howe & Howe and John F. Sheehan, Jr., were at torneys for administratrix. Ah Sing Acquitted. Ah Sing, a Walnut Grove Chinaman, was on trial yesterday afternoon before Justice Henry for selling liquor without a license. The evidence was contra dictory as to whether or not he sold the liquor or sent someone to another place to get It, and he was found not guilty. Held to Answer. Charles Leschi was yesterday held to answer before the Superior Court by Justice Foster of Brighton for stealing a horse. Ball Game Next Sunday. It has been so arranged that the Santa Cruz and Gilt Edge ball teams will play here next Sunday instead of down on the seashore. Won Third Money. At the coursing in San Francisco on Sunday th? Sacramento dog, Mercury, won thiid money. THE BECOKD-TOIOH, SACBAMEKTO, TUESDAY. JtTNE 13, 1899* Forgot to Take Matches. Moving to the country is always be set withl more or less trouble, and there are many little details which, if re membered, or forgotten, are apt to make or mar one's comfort on the first arrival in new quarters. "I was rather amused the other day," said a woman who had called on her friend, Mrs. O , who was leaving town for the summer, "to find that on the list she was making for immediate requirements* on her arrival in the country she had put in large letters, at the top, 'Matches.' " 'So you are bound to have some light, at all events,' I remarked. " 'Light!' exclaimed Mrs. ; 'I should think so! And you will under stand my making that item so prom inent when I tell you about the time I bad last year. You know we took a house on Long Island in rather an isolated place, about three miles from a village. I flattered myself I had made all my arrangements with the greatest forethought. I had written to the local trades people to have groceries', meat and all the other necessaries I could think of delivered at the house before our arrival, as it would be evening when our train got there. I took the maids and the children with me, while the horses were sent by boat with two men and would not reach there until the following day. "Well, to make a dreadful recollection short, we were deposited at the house with our trunks about sunset. The men who brought our luggage unstrapped the trunks and departed', after I had seen that the groceries, etc., had arrived all right. I at once went to work with the maids, unpacking the things most necessary for the night. This took some little time, and it was getting rather dark when the cook came to me, saying that the fire was laid, and the lamps trim med, and would I please tell her where the matches were: "Matches!" I re peated, in a somewhat vacant way: "have you no matches?" meanwhile trying vainly to remember them upon the order I. hadj sent. " ' "Not a match,~ma'am," answered Bridget. "Everything else wanted seems to be here, but not a ghost of a match." " 'Another exhaustive search in the fast-gathering darkness proved her words were only too true. I had en tirely forgotten the matches, and there was net a house within a couple of miles of us! " 'There was nothing for it but to feed the children as quickly as possi ble on biscuits and milk, and put them to bed, but before that time it had become quite dark, and to grope around trying to find our bearings was an ex perience I never wish to have repeated. No one who has not been deprived of light can realize its blessedness. How ever, we all managed somehow to creep into our bedis. and the next morning the woman with the milk drove over to the nearest house to us and got the wherewithal to light our fire for break fast. Do you wonder now that in mak ing a list of necessities I put matches at the head?'" —New York Tribune. Power of Flattery. "I guess Jim can get away for that fishing party all right." "What makes you think so?" "I was up at his house last night. His wife used to be an amateur elocution ist before they were married, and he asked her to recite. She'll never re fuse ham now." —Savannah Bulletin. Wholly Complimentary. Mies Acidrop—l've been looking for you. Mr. Smith. I understand that you told Mr. Gardner fhiat I was the most waspish woman you knew. What do you mean, sir?" Smith—My dear lady, I was only al luding to your waist.—Ally Sloper. Wheeimen drink Wilson, Hall & Co.'s "Crown" Ginger Ale. * Cure Leaky Tires by putting inner tubes into them, and thus convert them into Double Tube Tires. But, better still, buy the Dunlop Detachable Double Tube Tire to begin with; it has no incurable ills. You can get the Dunlop on any one ot a hundred makes of bicycles and every live dealer will give you our booklet, or we shall be glad to send it to you if you will let us. TB_E-___. Booklet of any dealer. The American Dunlop Tire Co., Belleville. IS. J. fchicaeo, lU. Distributors for Sacramento. KIMBALL & UPSON. LOST—FOUND. FOUND—A PLACE TO GET YOUR shoes repaired while you wait. Shoes made to order. $3.50 and up; boots, $6 and up. Boston Shoe Shop, 511 X st. DENTISTRY. DR. B. F. STOLL. DENTIST, THE Ruhstaller bldg. S. E. corner of Ninth and J streets, 'Phone. Sunset black 678. DR. C. T. MILLIKEN HAS ASSOCIAT ed himself in the practice of dentistry with Dr. A. J. Thomas, successor to Dr. H. H. Pierson. SUVb J st. 9 to 12—1 to 4. DR. ALFRED J. THOMAS, DENTIST. Successor to H. H. Pierson, 511% J st. Hours S to 5. \ F F. TEBBETS, DENTIST, 914 Sixth street, between I and J, west side, opposite Congregational Church. DR. W. O. GIRARDEY, DENTIST—OF- Iice 922 Fifth street, next to Sacramento Bank. Capital 'phone 437. ELECTRO DENTAL PARLORS, 702 X, opp. the P. O. Extracting by electricity, •50c. Work at one-half price charged by otherdentists. 'Phone, Capital 420. DR. J. B. STMMS. DENTIST—OFFICE Stoll buUding ! _Fifth and X streets. DR. R. L. WAIT S OFFICE, 705 J ST.. over Chrlstianson & Co.'s market. Pain less extraction of teeth by use of a new anesthetic. Examination and consulta tion free. Hours—B:3o a. m. to 7 p. m. Tel.. office. 933. red: res. 841 black. ARCHITECTS. HOEN. ARCHITECT. 718 J STREET. Telephones, Sun, black 82; Cap. 75. F. H. SCHARDIN, ARCHITECT. BREU ner building, X st., bet. 6th and 7th. WM MURCELL, ARCHITECT AND builder, 1406 Eleventh street. Soft White Hands IN A SINGLE NIGHT —— Soak the bands thoroughly, on retiring, in a hot lather of Cotcuka Soap. Dry, and anoint freely with Ccticcbjl (ointment), greatest of emollient skin cures. Wear old gloves during night. The effect is truly won derful, and a blessing to all with sore hands, itching palms, and painful anger ends. MEETING NOTICES. SACRAMENTO REBEKAH _«J|S^_ Lodge, No. 232.— Regular i_— —fc meeting THIS EVENING at Vbd&P 7:30. Members of sister lodges ~ invited. Initiation and election. CARRIE GRUHLER, N. G. Anna E. Neubourg, Rec. Sec. (8.C.) It MEETING OP ISAAC DAVIS «i» Lodge of Perfection. No. 4, A. /M and A. S. R., at the Masonic M Temple, TUESDAY, June 13th, at <$Sga 8 n. m. Work D. 9. It M. J. CURTIS, Secretary. STATED MEETING CONCORD * Lodge, No. 117, F. and A. M., THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, XJC June 13th. 8 o'clock. Visiting '~ > Brothers Cordially invited. It* T. J. HESSON, W. M. A SPECIAL MEETING OF * Union Lodge, No. SS, F. and A. _J_- M.. will be held THIS (Tuesday) T_IC EVENING, In the Chapter Hall - 'W' N of the Temple, at 7:30, for work in the apprentice degree. Visiting brethren cordially invited. BKNO WILSON, W. M. John McArthur, Secretary. lt_ FAIR OAKS RELIEF CORPS. NO. 13.- Regular meeting THIS (Tuesday) AFT ERNOON, at 2 o'clock. It ELIZA HIGGINS. President. WANTED. WANTED—A YOUNG WOMAN Cyclist for a week's canvassing; genteel busi ness: good pay. Apply 500 X street, 9 to 11 only, Tuesday and Wednesday. It WANTED—AN ACTIVE MAN FOR washing dishes; must have experience. Popular Restaurant, Ninth and J. WANTED—A GIRL TO WAIT ON TA ble. Call between the hours from 10 to 5 p. m., 820 N street. It* WANTED—A CAPABLE, MIDDLE aged woman of good address; must be reliable and energetic; pleasant work. Address Reliable, this office. je!3-2t» WANTED—A WAITRESS AT THE Sac ramento Oyster Market, 710 X st. jel3-3t WANTED—A MAN WITH A CEW DOL lars to take hold of the best business proposition in city; can clear at least $200 per month. 1024 Fourth street. _____ RED CROSS EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 1019 Fifth street, between J and X street, Sacramento, Cal. Help furnished the employer free of charge. Telegraph or telephone orders at our expense. 'Phones: Sunset south 141; Capital 145; res. Sun. black 995. AGENTS WANTED FOR A SPECIAL summer campaign. The "Saturday Ev ening Post," established by Benjamin Franklin in 1728, now published by the Curtis Publishing Company, proprietors of the "Ladies' Home Journal," is offer ed to subscribers, for one year only, for $I—the regular price is $2.50. This offer is for the purpose of a quick introduc tion, and will be withdrawn September Ist. The regular price of $2.50 will be maintained after that date. We will give a good commission for every sub scriber secured, and distribute $3,009 Sep tember Ist among the 176 best agents. $500 will be given the person sending the largest numoer of subscribers at $1 each per year. At this special low subscrip tion price thousands can be easily se cured. Address the CURTIS PUBLISH ING COMPANY, Philadelphia, Pa. WANTED-SECOND HAND FURNl ture. 1021 Fourth street. Tel. Cap. 636. JAPANESE M. E. EPWORTH LEAGUE' Employment Department will supply any kind help. Tel. white 1,001. 310 M st. JAPANESE CHRISTIAN HOME, REV. Mrs. Bowen, 1315 Fifth street. Sacra mento. Tel. blk. 356. Working students, day work, janitors, general help sup plied. Typewriting done. Moral places only. MUSIC AND ART. MISS SERENITA GUTIERREZ—PIANO lessons. aloVa X street. AN OLD-ESTABLISHED HOUSE.— Kohler & Chase—Established 1550.— Largest piano and music house west of Chicago, Nos. 26, 28 and 30 O'Farrc-11 street, San Francisco, and 721 X street. Sacramento. Agents for Knabe, Blasius, Fischer, Kimball and other leading makes. Prices the lowest. Terms the easiest. Pianos to rent. Tuning done by trained workmen. PIANO-TUNING—LEAVE Orders with Grafmlller & Heath. 816 J. Paul Schoen. VETERINARY SURGEONS. DR. C. L. MEGOWAN HAS REMOVED from Lockhardt Stables to Fashion Stables. Office and laboratory, 1120 J. 'Phones: Cap. 830. Sunset 407 red. DRESS AND CLOAKMAKING. FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING. Tailor suits a specialty. 321 P. Tel, white 474. ALL KINDS OF PLEATING DONE AT 2405 N street. Mrs. A. Kruttschnltt. MRS. M. C. FERRITER. FASHIONABLE dressmaker; ladies' tailoring. Removed to 2221 O street. 'Phone red 142. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. CHAS. O. BUSICK, Attorney-at-Law. 328 J street. J. V. POWERS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Sutter building, Fifth and J streets. HOPKINS & HINSDALE. LAWYERS, Room 33, Stoll building, Fifth and K. JOHNSTON & MURDOCK, Attorneys-at law. Rooms 19 and 20 Ochsner building. LAURA TILDEN RAY, LAWYER, 405 J street. 'Phone Sun, red 644. Chauncey H. Dunn. S. Solon Holl. HOLL & DUNN, Lawyers. Offices. Breuner building. 610 X street. CLARKEN & MOYNAHAN, Attorneys at-Law, Joseph building, Sixth and K. HOWE & HOWE, Attorneys-at-Law. Sutter bnildlng, WILLIAM A. GETT, ———Lsi w y g i*" l- "" Sutter building. Fifth and J. HIRAM W. JOHNSON and PETER J. SHIELDS, Attorneys-at-Law Rooms 2', 25 and 26, third floor, Stoll building, southwest cor. Fifth and K. FRANK D. RYAN, JAS. B. DEVINE, Law Offices, Sutter building, S. W. cor. Fifth and J. PREWETT & HENDERSON, LAW yers. 628& J. WM. HENLEY, Attorney-at-Law - - - 610 I street. M. S. WAHRHAFTTG. ATTORNEY-AT- Law and Notary Public, 301 J street. A. P. Catlin. A. L. Shinn. J. C. Catlin. CATLIN, SHINN & CATLIN, 301 J street. Arthur M. Seymour. Clinton L. White. WHITE & SEYMOUR, Stoll building, corner Fifth and X sts. J. Frank Brown. Arthur E. Miller. MILLER & BROWN, Attorneys-at-Law J street. Telephones, Capital 314. Sunset, Main 314. TO LET OR RENT. TO RENT—A HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS, modem conveniences. Apply 614 Eleventh street. je!3-7t» THE EMPIRE HOUSE—NICE, QUIET furnished .rooms._l22_K v Mra. A. Doherty. 1014 SIXTEENTH—A 6-ROOM house just remodeled; all modern improvements. ONE SUITE OF 4 ROOMS FURNISHED for housekeeping; also 1 room and kitchen. Also small house in alley will rent furnished or unfurnished. 408 N street. TO LET—FURNISHED FLAT OF FIVE rooms; owner going away, desires a re sponsible tenant for a term; rent $30. Inquire flat B, 909 L street. je9-7t» UPPER FLAT, 5 ROOMS, GAS, ELEC tricity, bath, pantry and yard; rent moderate. Inquire R. PHILIP (en graver). 628& J street. THE TACOMA, 727V6 X—NICE FUR niahed rooms, with use of bath,_e to. DAVIS BUILDING. 411 X STREET—The handsomest furnished rooms in the city, and run strictly first class; office rooms, suites and single. Terms very reason- Open all nlght. 80._ A NEW UPPER FLAT OF 6 ROOMS, the prettiest in the city; all latest im provaroents. Apply SOI Eighth street. 1117 FOURTH ST.-NICELY FURNIBH ed housekeeping suites and single rooms. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS; ELEC tric lights; single or en suite. 627 L st. CALL FOR OUR NEW TO LET LIST. _OLSON & BROWN, 1015 Fourth J^reet. HAWLEY & PHILLIPS RENT HOUSES and collect rents. 319 J street. . TO RENT—LARGE HALL, 40x60. SUlT able for lodge purposes. Long lease will be given to responsible parties on good terms to them, with privilege to fit up the hall to suit. For particulars inquire at the "Record-Union" office. "HOUSE HUNTER" FREE. DO NOT fail to get it. Published weekly (con tains all vacant houses, flats, prices, lo cation, also other matters). Capital-Sac. Van Transfer Co. (.incorporated). Fur niture, piano and other storage. Call or telephone for "House Hunter," 906 X st. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS AT FOR esters' building. I street, 7th and Bth. NEW TO LET LIST JUST ISSUED BY OLSON & BROWN, 1015 Fourth street. TO LET—SI 7 M, MODERN S-ROOM house, bath, porcelain tub, marble wash stands, hot and cold water, gas and electric light, electric call bells, speak ing tubes, cement laundry with sta tionary tubs. Inquire of R. D. FINN lE, the grocer, 802 J. 1413-1415 FIFTEENTH ST.—PLEASANT lower fiat, 5 rooms and bath; upper fiat, 6 rooms and bath; opposite Capitol Park; always had good tenants. To Let—A fine large brick stable for 4 or 5 horses, rear No. 1511 P street. MILLS-GALVIN CO., 301 J. SEE HERE! 2 COMFORTABLY FUR nished housekeeping rooms, 728 7th st. $9— LOWER FLAT FOR HOUSEKEEP ing. 516 Fifteenth street. FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING Rooms, also large new ice chest for sale. 1232 H. A 4-ROOM COTTAGE IN ALLEY, BE tween Ninth and Tenth, Q and R. 8061/ i X ST.—Nicely Furnished Rooms for gentlemen; electric ligjits and bath free. FURNISHED FRONT ROOM FOR TWO persons, with or without board, 1623__Sth. GET H. J. GOETHE'S PRINTED LIST. 1011 Fourth street. FRONT SUITE OF HOUSEKEEPING rooms; also others, with electric lights, and weli furnished. Manhattan House, 315 K. __ COOLEST ROOMS IN THE CITY; FlL tered, ice and running water; electric light; free baths; rates very reasonable, _at the International, 322 X street. ALL PERSONS HAVING CITY OB country property to let or for sale can find tenants or buyers by calling on JAS. FARIS. JR.. 611 J street. iek L—A NICE LARGE FURNISHED room, with bath and electric lights. 510 M—A SUITE OF FRONT PARLORS; also front housekeeping suite. NEATLY FURNISHED FRONT OR IN side rooms, single or housekeeping; no children. 421Va J street. ALWAYS GET Wright & Kimbrough's to let list, at 607 J. before you move. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. DR. C. MEALAND, X—'PHONES, Sun. red 931; Cap. 3oS. Office hours—lo to 12, 2 to 4 and 7 to 8. Res. 1217 o. 'Phones Sun, white 521; Cap. 308. DR. H. S. McGAVREN, 426>£ J ST.— _Eye, ear, nose and throat. DR. J. J. PEARCE. OSTEOPATH, Stoll building, rooms 8 and 9. 'Phone, Cap. 72. DR. P. R. WATTS. 1006 EIGHTH ST — Office hours 10 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m, Sundays, 1 to 2 p. m. DR. PENDERY—OFFICE. X Street. 'Phone, Cap. 524. Office hours 10 to 12 2 to 4:30 and 7to 9. Residence, 1013 I street Residence 'phone. Cap. 728. DR C. O. CART WRIGHT—OFFICE 913 X st; 'Phones, Sun, white jgLOjip.369. MARY M. CRONEMILLER, M: D OF lice «2SVi J street. Tel. Cap 473. Res. 705 Ninth street. Cap. 406. Sunset,_white 846. DR. LEISENRING. Stoll Bldg., Rooms 6 and 7; take elevator. 'Phone, red 725. G. HENRIKSON, M. D.. THE RUHSTAL- Ipr building, S. E. cor. Ninth and J. ■Phones. Sun, north 181: Cap. I.OQQ. DR. J. W. COREY. NINTH AND J 'Phone, black 6i4. Diseases of women and children. DR. FAY, 627y 2 J: TEL. SUN. RED 934; 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4. 7 to 8 p. m. Res. 1729 G. Tel. Cap. 309. Sunset, blue 31. BUSINESS CARDS. MRS. A. REAM, LADY UNDERTAKER, _1118 J st. Tel. 991 white; day and night. BOSTON SHOE SHOP, 511 X STREET— Gents' half soles, 50c; ladies' half soles, 35c. New shoes, $3.50 and up; boots, $6 and up. Work done while you wait. J DONLEY, PLUMBING, GAS Fitting metal rooting, tin and sheet iron work.' Estimates furnished. 1012 Tenth street. Personal attention given to all new work. NEW FRENCH DYEING-CLEANING Works; prompt and best work. J. DU CHEZ. 713 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. F. ROOT, ALEX NEILSON, J. DRISCOLL. CURTAINS DONE UP. 65 CENTS A pair and upward; fine flannels laundered without injury to the garment. French Laundry, 912 L. Tel. Sunset 922 black. BOARD AND LODGING. 711 H—GOOD BOARD WITH OR WITH out rooms. Mrs. L. E. Little. 820 EIGHTH ST.—ROOM WITH GOOD board. MRS. M. E. HESSER. 901 L—NICE FURNISHED ROOMS, With electric lights, hot and cold water: bath _airi_Letephon«!_fjee_^oardj}ptioual- l -1003 L—BOARD BY THE DAY OR week; also rooms. Mrs. L. A. Landis. PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOMS. SlN gle or in suite; new and modern - board if desired. 1321 Eighth. M and N. GENERAL NOTICES. A NOVEL ENTERTAINMENT WILL be given at Pythian Castle TUESDAY EVENING, June 13th, under the man agement of Mrs. E. M. Washington. The program will consist of living pictures, Japanese drill, etc. S. A. Cousier will render some banjo selections (by re quest). Tom Thumb's wedding will also be repeated. Cake walk. Admis slon 25c. Children 10c. it* SAVE MONEY BY HAVING O. A. HOIT do your electrical work. 821 J street. Cap, 'phone 981. PALMS. TREES' AND PLANTS OF ALL kinds. As the season is getting late, they will be sold cheap. LOUIS BAHRS, Tjventy-elghth and W streets. TRUNKS! TRUNKS!! TRUNKS!!! Before you buy one get our prices. Sac ramento Trunk Factory. 507 J St. JAS. LONGSHORE, Prop. 'Phone Cap. 727. REOPENED AND IN FULL SWING— The beer garden and bowling alley at Twentieth and O sts. D. GustTn, Prop. JOHNSON, WILSON & CO.—SACRA mento Foundry and Machine Works, corner Front and N streets. Brass and iron castings, model making and ma chine work. All on short notice. Work _ guaranteed. DR. T. WAH HING, 707 J ST. HOURS -7-9 a. m., 1-4 and 7-9 p. m. Tel. 934 blk. THE THING TO TASTE IS ALWAYS to be found on the Delicatessen's coun ters and in the grill room. Something to satisfy the most capricious appetite of man, woman or child. 814 X street. PREMIUM GALLERY-GO TO BEALS" for photographs of your children, sin gle or in groups, in cloudy or line weather. Corner of Seventh and J sts. LADIES, TAKE NOTICE! THE VIAVI Co.'s office. 712 J street. REMOVED—GEO. COWLES (2) HAS RE moved to 1022% X street. For your plumbing ring him up. 'Fhone^.j3hJe_l6B. CHICKEN TAMALES, NICE AND MILD. The best in the city. 1111 Fifth street. AH KEUNG, LAUNDRYMAN. 500 N ST., corner of Fifth. Washing returned twice a week. 'Phone 628, 4 bells. CHEAPEST SOLING ON EARTH. Gents, 46c; ladles, 35c; at 1011 J street. RAG CARPET WEAVING; OLD Carpets made into rugs. Mrs. Johnson, 1214 Bth. HAWKS' IMPROVED STEEL LATH Works, est'ed 1885. 1121 C. Tel. white 413. WHITE, Domestic, Standard, Singer, Au tomatic, Wheeler & Wilson and all other makes of sewing machines skill fully repaired. W. F. DENNING, the expert, 1110 J street; tel. red 911. SUIE SING CO., MANUFACTURERS of ladies' underwear; silk goods made to order; everything cheap. 613 J st. AMERICAN UNION RESTAURANT, 1025 Sixth street, good meals from 10c up. White waitresses in attendance. CITY REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE. Fine residence, modern Improvements; a nice home on I street. New house of 5 rooms, finest resident block on X street. $3,500. House of 5 rooms, modern, on Twelfth street. $1,850. 3 houses, lot 40x160, rents for $32; a bar gain; on P street, $2,300. KROMER, WISEMAN & WULFF, 323 J street. BUY A HOUSE AND LOT FOR $550. SEE if it is a bargain for you. Particulars STROBEL, 411 J. jelO-ttt* W. P. COLEMAN, REAL ESTATE Sales room, 325 J street, P. BOHL, Manager— Money to loan in any sums; insurance and renting houses a specialty. For sale —487 acres, 150 of which is bottom land, balance high land; will be sold at a very reasonable price, if called for soon. A NEW 5-ROOM HOUSE WITH MOD ern conveniences. 2814 H street. $300 DOWN, BALANCE IN INSTALL ments, buys Sne Twenty-fourth street corner lot, with house built to suit yeur taste. Seven of these houses buUding at the present time. H. J. <_U_.lti.fc., home builder, 1011 Fourth street. $200 DOWN, BALANCE SAME AS rent buys modern cottage near the shops. H. J. GOETHE. 1011 Fourth St. $120 UP-LOTS IN OUR 29TH AND Q street blocks; 29 sold: cash or lnstall ments. H. J. GOETHE. 1011 4th st. COUNTRY REAL ESTATE. HOMES FOR EVERYBODY; ALL Lo cations; prices and terms to suit. RAN JJ & CO., Bailey building. Fourth and X streets. FOR SALE OR RENT—4O ACRES, No. 1 garden or alfalfa land, 1 mile from the city. Inquire, 2330 J st. je!o-7t* \ I-.*- ■ ■-. I $1 400-NICE TRACT OF TEN ACRES, small house, 3 acres fruit trees, on M street road. Also 6 acres, adjoining Sacramento, new modern house of 5 rooms on this. HAWK & CARLEY, 1014 Fourth street. Country property a specialty. LAND FOR SALE OR TRADE —4 SO acres 300 farming, the rest rolling and covered with timber; all fenceu; price $3 000' one-half cash, balance low rate of' interest; title perfect. Inquire O. A. BAIRD. 21Q0 H street, Sacramento. FOR SALE-FARMS, SUBURBAN AND city properties, by CARL STROBEL. 411 J street. COUNTRY PROPERTY 10 acres of river bottom land, opposite May hew's Station; all in bearing Tokay grapes and prunes. Income this year, $1,1100. 200 acres of Al wheat land. Sacramento County; good improvements. Several large wheat ranches in Colusa and Glenn Counties. For prices inquire of OLSON & BROWN, 1015 Fourth street. WHEAT RANCH FOR SALE; EASY terms. H. J. GOETHE, 1011 Fourth street. $1,250-5-ACRE ORANGE GROVE BEAR- Ing, a bargain; orange, olive and fig land with abundance of water, $40 and $50 an acre, on easy terms. The finest in California. Thermalito, Butte Coun ty. Land ready to plant. An opportun ity to provide an independent, pleasant, and profitable home. BEESLEY. 2318 O. FOR SALE—SACRAMENTO RIVER lands. MILLER fe BROWN. 405 V& J st. FINANCIAL. LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES LOANED on, or purchased by GEO. B. HENRY, 1128 Sixth street. Sacramento. A RELIABLE LICENSED PLACE TO borrow money on watches, jewelry and diamonds; strictly confidential. 419 X Metropolitan building. Old gold bought. THE BEST PLACE TO BORROW Money on your valuables is at STEINMANN'S 622 X street. Strictly confidential Terms Reasonable. PARTIES HAVING BAD DEBTS Should call on or address W. W. WHITNEY, Manager Collecting Agency, 611 J st. MONEY TO LOAN ON VERY BEST terms, WRIGHT & KIMBROUGH. 607 J. MONEY TO LOAN—H. J. GOETHE, 10U Fourth street. GROCERIES. B. NOBEL, PLAZA GROCERY. GOOD goods; low prices; no trading stamps. GOOD POTATOES! A FINE LOT TO BE found at Wingard. Twenty-fifth and O streets. Ring him up by either 'phone. They say when a man falls in love, he loses his head. Now we can not only recover his head for him, but we can press his suit. Or we can give him anew suit for $18 that will look worth $30, and wear worth $35. I is odd 1 ( , <.<"">* rJJ \but we can/oc\ X- JJ COR SALE. POULTRY SUPPLY BUSINESS; FULL value In sight; no opposition; a great bargain. RAND & CO., 1024 Fourth st. je!3-3t A FIRST-CLASS RICE PORTABLE OR threshing engine of latest pattern. J. B. JARDINE, 220 Fremont street. San Francisco. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN, AN OLD established corner grocery store; a splendid chance to the right man; rea son for selling owner is about to leave State. Address Bargain this office. Jell-3t» LARGE MARE. HARNESS AND DROP axle truck. Call at Basket Factory, Twelfth and B streets. B. F. Pond. JlO-3t LIGHT, %-INCH SIDE BAR BUGGY, cheap, or will trade for hay. Apply 1720 L street, Sacramento. FOR SALE OR RENT—GASOLINE EN gines, 1 to 6 H. P.; steam, 1 to 30 H. P.; and pumps. Machine Works, 2720 M st. FOR SALE—Houser Harvester, in good order. Address Box 21. Freeport. I'al. TAMALE HUSKS FOR SALE. 4c PER pound. Inquire 1610 Second street. SEVERAL WAGONS, CARTS AND Some good horses suitable for camping pur poses for sale at bed-rock prices. CaL Feed Yard, Twelfth street, between I and J. Auction Bales every Saturday morning. A LARGE 2-TON FRUIT WAGON. 14 -passcnger hotel bus, a good hack, a buggy and some wagons. Inquire at Kent Brothers' Stab 1 es,_l6l7_JYhird.___ LARGE DUCK EGGS FOR INCUBAT. ing, 25c a doz. Hunzlker's. Fifth and W. IRON COLUMNS AND IRON DOORS. Inquire A. DAILEY, Fifth and X streets, or Chris. Welsel. 2818 O street. $7.60 A TON, NEW HAY, AT C. E. ADAMS, 1106 J street. GOOD SECOND-HAND ROOFING TIN for sale cheap. Apply to J. DONLEY. 1012 Tenth street. THIRTY-HORSE POWER BOILER, practically new, fitted up complete, at a low figure, Sacramento Pipe Works. 6,000 FEET OF 2, 3 and INCH wrought iron pipe, special low price; also two eight-horse upright boilars. Sac'to Pipe Works, near Pass. Deput PERSONALS. WILL JACK CARBONE COMMUNI cate hi 3 present whereabouts to the pro prietor of the Freeman House, Auburn, as a relative wishes to communicate With him? CARPET CLEANING! FITTED AND laid by Wm. Higble (late with Wein stock, Lubln & Co.). Prompt work. Order by 'phone. Sun. 946 black, or mail to residence. 1914 L street. < SPIRITUALISM. MME. JOHNSON-TEST AND BUSl ness medium. 1215 Third street. BANKING HOUSES. NATIONAL BANK OF D. O. MILLS & CO, Sacramento. Cal.—Founded 1860. DIRECTOR'S: D. O. MILLS, EDGAR MILLS. S. PRENTISS SMITH. FRANK MILLER President CHARLES F. DIL__AN Cashier U. S. Bonds Bought and Sold. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $600,000. CALIFORNIA STATE BANK, SACRAMENTO. Does a General Banking Business. SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS. OFFICERS. FREDERICK COX President GEORGE W. PELTIER Vice President W. E. GERBER Cashier C. B. BURNHAM Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS: C. W. Clark, Geo. W. Peltier, Frederick Cox, Joseph Steffens, Peter Bohl, Adolph Heilbron, W. E. Gerber. SACRAMENTO BANK. THE OLDEST SAVINGS BANK IN th© city, corner Fifth and J streets, Sac ramento. Guaranteed capital. $500,000; paid up capital, gold coin, $400,000; re serve fund, $51,000; term and ordinary de posits, $3,068,719: loans on real estate Jan uary 1, 1899, $2,077,407. Term and ordinary deposits received. Dividends paid in Jan uary and July. Money loaned upon real .estate only. Information furnished upon application to vv W. P. COLEMAN, President. Ed. R. Hamilton, Cashier. FARMERS' AND ME CHANICS' SAVINGS BANK. Fourth and J streets, Sacramento, Cal. LOANS MADE ON REAL ESTATE. Interest paid semi-annually on Term and Ordinary Deposits. B U. STEINMAN President DWIGHT HOLLISTER....Vice President C H. CUMMINGS Cashier W. E. J. BAUGHMAN Secretary and Surveyor BANK. Sacramento, Cal. Paid up capital...... Reserve and surplus 100.00J ueser DIRECTORS: Wm. Beckman, J. L. Hun toon. Wm. Johnston, E. J. Croly, Geo. W. Lorenz. Loans made on real estate. Interest paid semi-annuallyM. BECKMAN, Prudent. 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