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What Duck Shooting Costs Sports men in tke East. The following letter was forwarded by an old Sacramentan, DeWitt Arnold, to C. E. Mack a few days ago, and gives an Idea of the money it costs to have a little duck hunting trip in the East, where game protection was very lax for many years. It also shows how much money is spent by sportsmen in localities where game is plentiful enough to attract them from a distance. Havre-de-Grace is one of the points on upper Chesapeake Bay that is the duck shooters' paradise and where some of the best canvas-back shooting in the world is found, and sportsmen from the Eastern coast congregate there in the winter. As will be seen by the letter, it is rather expensive amusement. The letter is as follows: J. D. Arnold, 1325 New Y r ork av enue, Washington, D. C. — Dear Sir: Referring to your letter in which you cay you had written to Mr. Hecht of Havre-de-Grace and find duck shooUng in that part of the country is very ex pensive, we took the matter up at once, and upon investigation find that $15 per day for boat, with guide, is about as reasonable as that sport can be enjoyed for in that section of the country, and for your benefit would say that the schedule price for the use of gunning boats with sink-box, decoys and a crew of three men, for duck shooting on the flats during the month of November is as follows: For the first .day, $50; sec ond day (.Friday), $35; third day (Mon day), $25; fourth day, $20, and the re mainder of the month, $15 per day. There are three days in the week for shooting. Wednesday is the opening day this year, and the other days are Fridays and Mondays. There is no better place than Havre de-Grace for duck shooting. Of course, it does really seem expensive, but then, you get the sport there. Yours very truly, J. A. H. DRESSEL, Secretary-Treasurer. FLORIN NOTES. Happenings at the Center of the Strawberry Relt. A "Record-Union" correspondent at Florin writes as follows: The Florin W. C. T. U. held its regu lar meeting at the home of Mrs. Fred P. French on Thursday. The President, Mrs. H. Saunders, has taken up the work with renewed energy and enthu siasm. Five of those in attendance had attended the State convention in Sac ramento and were all the better pre pared to do with their might the work marked out for them. The M. E. Sunday-school at Florin will hold special services on Sunday, November 20th, at the usual hour. All SURE TO ASK 9The Kind of Coffee When Postum Is Well Made. "Three great coffee drinkers were my pld school friend and her two daugh ters. . "They are always complaining and taking medicine. I determined to give them Postum Food Coffee instead of coffee when they visited me, so with out saying anything to them about it, I made a big »ot of Postum the first morning, using four heaping teaspoons to the pint of water and let it boil twenty minutes, stirring down occa sionally. "Before the meal was half over, each one passed up the cup to be refilled, re marking how fine the coffee waa Th 3 mother asked for a third cup and in quired as to the brand of coffee I used. I didn't answer her question just then, for I had heard her say a while before that she didn't like Postum Food Cof fee unless it was more than half oid fashioned coffee. "After breakfast I told her that the coffee she liked so well at breakfast was pure Postum Food Coffee, and the reason she liked it was because it was properly made, that is, it was boiled long enough to bring out the flavor. I have been brought up from a nervous, wretched invalid, to a fine condition of physical health by leaving off coffee and using Postum Food Coffee. "I am doing all I can to hel» the world out of coffee slavery, to Postum freedom, and have earned the grati tude of many, many friends." Myra J. Tuller, 1023 Troost Aye., Kansas City, HelD'«Fbcusedv-hOkeHand. OPERA GLASSES With and without handles. The celebrated Lemaire make of Paris NOACK^'^sx WILL BE HERE SOON and the national bird is now being fattenened to grace your table. We have ordered the choicest corn-fed turkeys from the best poultry breed ers in the country. Leave ycur or der early and we will save you a Jim Dandy. We've a few nice ones now. Mohr & Yoerk P'kg Co. 10g4.-1026 J STREET. SPIRITUALISM. EMILY FRANCIS. 323% J ST.—READ- Ings daily from 1 to a p. m. II ME. JOHNSON-TEST AND BUSl ntaa medium. 1215 Third street. are cordially invited to attend and help in the singing and concert reading. Ralph I. Murphy of Perkins and H. Henshaw of Sacramento have returned from the Copper River region, Alaska, where they have been for nearly two years. Bear skins and gold nuggets can be seen by their friends, as they were successful with rifle as well as pick. Mrs. Fanny Manlove is visiting rela tives in Lake County, and will spend a few weeks with her daughter, Mrs. J. T. Scott, in San Francisco before re turning to her home near Routiers. Mrs. Maria Locke, sister of P. H. Murphy of Perkins, after living in Los Angeles and vicinity for the past eighteen years, has returned to Perkins well satisfied that there is no place like Sacramento County. Mrs. Hawley has just arrived at P. H. Murphy's at Perkins. She has come to escape the winter winds of Chicago, its fogs, its noise and bustle, and thinks these glorious rain storms are for her especial benefit. EL DORADO TEACHERS. Their Recent Institute a Very Suc cessful Affair. Job Wood of the State Superintend ent of Instruction's office has returned from Placerville, where he attended and addressed the El Dorado Teachers' In stitute. He reports that the teachers of the mountain county seem to be thor oughly in earnest in their work. Dr. Jordan, President of the Stanford University, and Professor Dresslar of the Department of Education of the State University were also present and addressed the institute. SUPREME COURT DECISIONS. (L A., No. 825—1n Bank—Filed Novem ber 11, isyy.) City of Santa Ana, petitioner; J. W. Ballard, Judge, etc., respondent. Man damus to compel respondent to settle statement on motion for new trial. Writ issue, MeFarland, J., dissenting. It is the duty of the Judge to settle a bill of exceptions or statement when properly presented, and if it contains redundant or useless matter it is his stricken out, whether the parties assent stricken out, whether the parties assent thereto or not, and to make the state ment truly represent the case. C. C. P.. Sections 050-059. The Judge has no right to refuse to settle the statement unless the attor ney either refuses or neglects to correct it as directed. He cannot be compelled to settle any particular bill or to insert or exclude any particular facts; but if the petitioner is entitled to move for a new trial, and has taken the proper steps within time, or has tendered a bill of exceptions to be used on appeal from the order within the time allowed by law, the Judge cannot refuse to set tle and sign a bill containing a record of the proceedings. It is an act which the law requires him to perform—a duty resulting from his office. In the event of a refusal, mandamus is the proper remedy. (Crim., No. 537—1n Bank — Filed No vember 11, 1899.) People, respondent, vs. J. W. Arnett, appellant. Assault with murder, charged; verdict, assault with deadly weapon. Reversed. Under an indictment or information for an assault with intent to commit murder which does not charge that the assault was made with a deadly weap on, the defendant cannot be convicted of an assault with a deadly weapon. The Appellate Court cannot change a verdict for a well-defined crime, a ver dict which is complete and perfect as far as any matter of form is concerned, into a verdict for another offense. (Sac, No. 503 — Department Two- Filed November 11, 1899.) E. C. Bedell, respondent; J. B. Scott, appellant. Action to collect assigned claim for tolls upon highway. Re versed. The judgment of a Board of Supervis ors that the necessary expense in op erating a public highway is too great ( to justify the county in so operating it is prerequisite to its power to confer a license or franchise upon any one to collect tolls over such public highway. The jurisdiction of the board depends upon the determination of the fact, and its records should show such deter mination. When the jurisdiction of an inferior court or tribunal depends upon facts to be ascertained by such tribunal, its rec ord must affirmatively show the exist ence and determination of such facts. Johnson vs. Eureka County, 12 Nev. 28. People ex rel. vs. Brown. 23 Col. 425. Twelve-Year-Old Trolley Magnate. Atlanta claims the youngest trolley car magnate in the country. He is Cornelius Jerome Simmons, Jr., son and namesake of the President of the Collins Park and Belt Railroad of the Georgia city. The boy, when much younger, had a trolley line of his own, with toy steel cars, schedules and everything else, on a miniature but perfect scale. It has been suggested that the boy—he is just 12 years old be elected Second Vice President of his father's company, and the suggestion, it is now said, will be carried out. Dur ing a recent franchise hearing he did not miss a meeting of the committee. Every point was noted by him, and he made comments which would have done an older head credit. Many of his sug gestions were acted upon by the com pany. Cornelius has always taken a great interest in trolley cars and elec tricity, and the prediction that he will be at the head of a rapid transit com pany a decade hence is regarded as a safe saying.—New York World. Not Her Favorite Preacher. A parson who occasionally preaches in South London arrived to take the place of the vicar, who had been called away on account of some family :>e- I reavement, and found an old and rather asthmatic lady struggling up the steps which led to the front door. He courte ously gave her his arm to assist her. and when they reached the top th« dame asked him if he knew who was going to preach. "Mr. Soandso," replied the parson, giving her his own name. "Oh, dear, me," exclaimed the old lady, "help me down again, if you please! I'd rather listen to the groan ing and creaking of a sawmill than sit under him," and she prepared to de scend. The parson gently assisted her down stairs, and sighfully remarked, as he bade her good-by, "I wouldn't go in. either, if I weren't the preacher."—Lon don Telegraph. • s "Experience is the best teacher." Every testimonial in favor of Hood's Sarsaparilla is the voice of experience to you, and you may take this medi cine with perfect confidence that it will do for you what it has done for others. Hood's Pills cure biliousness, sick headache. THE RECORD-tmiOK, SACRAMENTO, SATURDAY* NOVEMBER 18, 1899. PERSONAL MENTION. Colonel R. L. Peeler and wife are vis iting In San Francisco. S. K. Thornton, the San Francisco lawyer, is hero attending the Supreme Court. George Lund has returned to Ranch c del Paso from a six months' visit to his old home in Denmark. H. H. Richmond, on the staff of the "Republican-Argus" of Auburn, was In town yesterday en route to San Fran cisco. M. H. Dunn, Gardener of the State Capitol grounds, has gone to San Jose to attend his little son, who is suffering from an attack of typhoid fever. Miss Florence Josselyn of San Fran cisco returned home yesterday after a few days' visit to Mrs. George W. Peltier of this city. Mrs Bell Ingram, Department Presi dent of the Ladies of the Grand Army, and Mrs. C. Spence, President of Col umbia Circle of Los Angeles, are here making an official visit to Edward Roby Circle, No. 2, Ladles of the Grand Army of the Republic. While here they are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Herr. OTT fSt No. 10 TWO SMART WIVES "Like finding 65 cents," remarked a gentleman, when told that his ihree prescriptions amounted to 6(1 cents. He had been having them tilled elsewhere, and paid $1.25. A lady customer of ours recommend ed us to his wife, and she obtained the prescriptions from the physi cian and had to insist on her hus band coming here, as he had al ways gone to the druggist whose advertisement was printed on the prescription. No physician cares unless financially interested where you take your prescriptions. Many would not write on advertising blanks, but are located convenient ly to drug stores that favor them occasionally by 'phoning, etc., for them. B] "Saves me a day's work," said E a boy as he laid down 25 cents to B pay for a prescription that he had B had several drug stores quote BJ prices on. Their prices ranged fj Sfrom $1.50 to 75 cents. Are our j drugs pure? Were we to continu- fl ally harp on their purity would In seem to a man up a tree that the j public was mistaken for a lot of B Jerusalem ponies. We do not think j any one who knows us would ac- I cuse us of jeopardizing human life | by substituting or using cheap I drugs. We buy chemically pure B ones, made by Powers & Weight- I man, Mallinerodt, Merck & Co., I Parke, Davis & Co., John Wyeth ft Bro., firms worth millions o£ dollars. We know the value of their reputation and keep our stock in a condition that they would willingly vouch for what we dis- Ipense. We do three times an av erage business; that keeps drugs fresh. WE DO NOT Charge more for prescriptions when sent after at. your home. We often send to TwenTy-fifth street for a prescription, fill and deliver it for 10 cents. We sell everything in proportion to its cost. PHONE US We deliver to any part of the city or Broderick, as soon as 'phoned for any article—if but 5 cents' worth. No charge, either directly or indirectly, for delivery. We can often save you enough on a prescription to pay for a kitchen 'phone a month. EITHER PHONE NO. 10. FRANCIS S. OTT, The Place to Buy Drugs. 9HO If Qr South Side IV Beoond and H. Do Not Mistake the Store. MEETING NOTICES. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of the Ruby King Copper Mining and Townsite Improvement Com pany for the election of officers, will be held at Smith's Hall, Seventh street, be tween X and L, Sacramento, on MON DAY, November 27th, at 7 p. m. nlB-10t C. C. BONTE, President G. A. R.—ALL MEMBERS OF SUMNER Post, No. 3, are hereby ordered to as semble at Foresters' Hall, at 1 o'clock sharp TO-MORROW (Sunday) AFTER NOON, for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late comrade, C. V. Kel logg. All Grand Army men and ex soldiers and sailors of the civil war are invited to participate. W. M. JENKS, Post Commander. H. P. Martin, Adjutant. It CHURCH NOTICES. FOURTEENTH STREET PRESBYTER ian Church, between O and P streets.— Rev. W. C. Sherman, pastor. Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday-school at 12:15. C. E. meeting at 6:30 p. m. The reader is Invited. It FIRST M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH, Seventh, J and K.—W. E. Vaughan, pas tor. All cordially invited. Residence 1517 Ninth street. Tel. west 374. It FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SClEN tist.—First reader, Mrs. Josephine H. Goodwin. Services at 11 a. m. Sunday school at same hour. Wednesday at 8 Pommer_Hajl. 505 J street. It FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, NINTH street, L and M.—Preaching by the pas tor at 11 a. m. Subject: "Behold Thy Purpose. At 7:30 p. m. our Y. M. C. A. Secretary. Rev. R. S. Boyns, will preach His theme: "Young Men of To-day." It CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH - THE pastor, Rev. ,T. B. Silcox, will preach at 11 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. Sunday-school at 12:35 and Christian Endeavor at 6:15 P- m. It THE SIXTH STREET M. E. CHURCH —S. J. Carroll, pastor. Preaching by the pastor at 11 and 7:30 on "Have You Re ceived the Spirit?" and "Christian Sci ence—Pagan Insanity." It SIXTEENTH STREET LUTHERAN Church—W. S. Hoskinson, pastor. Morn ing: "The New King Com." Evening: "The Great Battle." Come and wel come. it* THE WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN Church. Sixth and L streets.—Rev. R. J. Johnston, pastor. Morning service at 10:45. Subject: "A Four Square Re ligion.'' Evenlnc service at 7:30. Sub ject: "Decisive Battles In Life." It EDUCATIONAL. PHRENOLOGY AND PALMISTRY Com bined and taught, under a new system, for practical, everyday business use; ex aminations daily, 10 to 6. PROF. CON NER, 415V4 X street. i ! BE EC HAM 'SI !** PILLS I •if i. * Have for many years been the popular fam- + +ily medicine Wherever the English language + + is spoken, and they now stand without a * 4> rival for Bilious and Nervous Disorders, * 4 Wind, Pain in the Stomach, Sick Headache, * 4* Fulness after meals, Dizziness, Drowsiness, £ + Costiveness and Sallow Complexion. These ij. <fi afflictions all arise from a disordered or * 4> abused condition of the stomach and liver. + 4> Beecham's Pills, taken as directed, will * 4> quickly restore Females to complete health. + 4§ They promptly remove any obstruction or + 4§ irregularity of the system. + % 10 cents aad 25 cents, at all drag stores, t TO LET OR RENT. 1232 H—FURNISHED DOUBLE PAR lors, with kitchen, and another suite. PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR housekeeping; electric lights, etc.; no children. street, corner of P. $10-DOWN GOES RENT! 5 BEAUTI fuI rooms and bath; clean and in fine condition; come and see them. Also, 2 large unturnished rooms for $5. 1236 F street. Key upstairs. $15—NEATEST FLAT IN THE CITY, 5 rooms, bath and modern improvements. Apply 1619 Tenth street. TO RENT—2 FLATS AT 308 M STREET. $10 per month each. TO LET I Story House, 6 rooms and bath; 1731 L st. 1 Story House, 6 rooms and bath; 1725 J St. 2 Story House, 6 rooms and bath; 706 Q st. 1 Story House, 4 rooms and bath; 608 G st. KROMER, WISEMAN & WULFF, 323 J street. 728 SEVENTH ST—TWO COMFORT abIy furnished rooms for housekeeping. 11-ROOM HOUSE, FURNISHED COM plete, at 1406 11th st Apply 1030 N. SO6 M ST.—FOUR ROOMS FURNISHED for housekeeping. A GOOD LOWER 3-ROOM FLAT, NEW- Iy painted. Inquire 917 Sixteenth street. FOR RENT — 800 ACRES PASTURE land. Inquire 1004 J street. SUITE OF FURNISHED ROOMS FOR housekeeping; modern home. 2017 J. | n!4-6t» TO RENT-HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, furnished or unfurnished. 2118 I street. _MRS._SMITH. RENT REDUCED TO $15, NO. 2402 X, 6 rooms. H. J. Goethe, lull 4th st. THE EMPIRE, 122 X—NICE, CLEAN furnished rooms. Mrs. Doherty. 429 NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE __keeping rooms; no children. * DAVIS BUILDING, 411 X STREET—The handsomest furnished rooms in the city, and run strictly first-class; office rooms, suites and single. Terms very reascn able. Open all night. Cap, 'pnone SO. IN FOLSOM—TWO BRICK BUSINESS buildings to rent, cheap; and plumbers' and tinners' tools for sale. Apply B. F. Bates, Folsom. MANSION HOUSE, 914 SEVENTH ST., furnished rooms by day, week or month. 913 NINETEENTH ST.-A NICE FRONT room, well furnished; $5. 1117 FOURTH ST.-NICELY FURNISH ed housekeepii.g suites and single rooms. "HOUSE HUNTER" FREE;CONTAINS all vacant houses, fiats, iocation, prices, etc.; also other matters. Cap. and Sac. Transfer Co., 906 K. Either 'phone. 609% I STREET—CHANGED HANDS— Nicely furnished front rooms, in house- • keeping suites, or single rooms. 2115 I ST.—sll; FIVE UNFURNISHED rooms with pantry and bath, upstairs. SIX ROOMS AND BATH AT TWENTY third and G streets. Inquire 1010 Fourth ■ street. NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS AT FOR esters' building, 1 street, 7th and Sth. 1100 H ST.-SOME VERY ATTRACTIVE furnished rooms, with board. TO LET—SO ACRES, IMPROVED. NEAR Orangevale; a small cash rental. 211 K. !LOW RENT TO RIGHT PARTIES— Good corner store and barn; also rooms upstairs and down. 730 O street. INTERNATIONAL HOUSE FOR GOOD cool rooms from $1 upward. 322-328 K. TWO FURNISHED ROOMS COMPLETE for housekeeping. Apply Hibernia Ho tel, 1025 Front street, bet. J and K. MANHATTAN HOUSE, 315 X STREET— A very nice furnished housekeeping suite and other single rooms. TO RENT—I,I2O ACRES FINE GRAZING land in the foothills. Apply 920 22d. TO RENT—A MODERN HOUSE OF 7 rooms; electricity throughout. Inquire on the premises, 1630 I street $11—A NEAT COTTAGE. FOUR ROOMS, hall and basement. Apply 1521 P street. CALL FOR OUR NEW TO LET LIST. OLSON & BROWN. 1015 Fourth street HAWLEY & PHIIJLIPS RENT HOUSES and collect, rents. 319 J street TO RENT-LARGE HALL, 40x60, SUlT able for lodge purposes. Long lease will I be given to responsible parties on good terms to them, with privilege to fit up the hall to suit. For particulars inquire at the '•RpcoH-t'nion" office. NEW TO LET LIST JUST ISSUED BY OLSON & BROWN, 1015 Fourth street. GET H. J. GOETHE'S PRINTED LIST ! 1011 Fourth street ALWAYS GET Wright & Kimbrough's to let Hat, at 607 J. before you move. PERSONALS. CARPET CLEANING! FITTED AND 1 laid by Wm. Higbie (late with Wein stock, Lubin & Co.). Prompt work. Or- I der hv 'phone, Sun. 946 black, or mail to • residence, 1914 L street . EXTRA TUBES AND CORKS FOR LlT tle Brown Jug Filter, at 504 X, or 1217 J street. nl2-7t» MADAM LILIAN, FACE MASSAGE; wrinkles and superfluous hair removed. Office hours 9to 11, Ito 4, 1114% I st. ■ LITTLE BROWN JUG—FASTEST AND cheapest germ-proof filter; only $1.50. 502 _K,_upstairs, or 1217 J street. STEAM CARPET CLEANING.—THE only practical carpet layer in this city, that does his own cleaning, is H. W. Rivett. Twelfth and O streets. When needing 'work in this line ring him up and get prices. EithT 'shone. FINANCIAL. 3 FARIS & SPlNKS—Collection Agency, ' 611 J street. No collection, no pay. Bad tenants evicted. W. W. Whitney, Mngr. MAY & CO., COLLECTION AGENCY, 606 I street. Both 'phones. Bad bills a ' specialty. i MONEY TO LOAN—H. J. GOETHE. 1011 Fourth street. SACRAMENTO BANK—Money to Loan on approved real estate security. For Information, please apply in person or : by letter. , f MONEY TO LOAN ON VERY BEST terms. WRIGHT ft KIMBROUOH. 107 J. ( LOST—FOUND. ~ . FOUND—A PLACE TO GET YOUR . shoes repaired while you wait. Shoes made to order. $3.50 and up; boots, $C : and up. Boston Shoe Shop, 5U X st. GENERAL NOTICES. LADIES' WARM WINTER UNDER wear, shirt waists and wrappers, manu factured by SUIE SING CO., 613 J street. 'Phone, Sun. red 549. Work guaranteed. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED BY eleotric needle. Miss Eaton, 929 K. BUY YOUR NURSERY STOCK OF LOUIS BAHRS, the landscape gardener, 28th and W sts. 'Phone, white 484. AH KEUNG, LAUNDRYMAN, 500 N ST., corner of Fifth. Washing returned twice a week. 'Phone 62ii, 4 bells. R. N. JOHNSTON, THE HORSESHOER, is at Tenth street, between X and L, and would • like to see his old friends and customers get their horses shod in good style. At the sign of the big bar shoe. nl7-7t PROF. COLLINS, 401 J STREET, THE practical and successful hairgrower, re moves dandruff, etc., etc.; stops falling hair and grows hair on bald heads. Call at office tor city references here. BEST PASTURAGE ON THE RIVER — Plenty of hay fed if wanted; sfielter and' all wood fences. Faris stock farm, two miles down the river, on Yolo side. Horses called for and delivered. Leave word or 'phone 611 J street. Sun. red 543; Cap. 384. PIONER PICKLE WORKS, 1720 L ST., manufacturer of pickles, vinegar, etc. PASTURAGE ON ALFALFA FOR horses; barn shelter and feed at night. Merkiey's, Front street, half mile below V street. GEO F. TONG, THE PLUMBER, 1013 Third. Tels.: Cap. 109; Sun, north 61. SEE PAGE 4, AUCTION SALE ADV. Of Capital Hotel furniture. W. Longbot tom, 1009 J street. 'Phone, Cap. 844. MRS. M. BEEBE, EXPERIENCED PRO fessional nurse. 105 Fifteenth street. \ CITY PRICES—ALL KINDS OF PLEAT - ing done. 2406 N street. Mrs. A. Krutt schnltt. 'Phone, Sun, black 525. MRS. HELLOMS, LADIES' SHAHPOO ing and manicuring. Dandruff and fall ing hair positively cured. 1119 O street. DR. T. WAH HING, 707 J ST. HOURS -7-9 a. m., 1-4 and 7-9 p. m. Tel. 934. blk. EXPERT VIOLIN MAKER AND RE pairer; makes violins, mandolins, gul tars and base fiddles. 415_ _ RAG CARPET WEAVING: OLD Carpets made into rugs. Mrs. Johnson, 1214 Bth. HORSES CLIPPED BY ELECTRICITY. Dr. Fox's Hospital, _1115_Tenth street._ JAPANESE MISSION, MRS. BOWiiN. janitors, house boys, ranch men. 1315 Fifth street. Tel., black 356. INSURE! INSURE! INSURE! Against Fire! Against Fire! Against Fire! With the Fireman's Fund Insurance Company, San Francisco, Cal. One of the most reliable insurance com panies in the world. W. P. COLEMAN, Agent 325 J street. 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. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. LAURA TILDEN RAY—LAWYER, No tary P_u blic, 405_ J. 'Phone. Sun, red 644. W. T. PHIPPS, Attorney-at-Law. Office Stoll Building. Tel. white 70. JOHNSTON & MURDOCK, Attorneys-at law. Rooms 19 and 20, Oschner building. Chauncey H. Dunn. S. Solon Holl. HOLL & DUNN. Lawyers. Offices, Breuner building, 610 X street. HOPKINS & HINSDALE, LAWYERS. Room 33, Stoll building. Fifth and K. HOWE ft HOWE. Attorneys-at-Law. Sutter building. WILLIAM A. GETT. Lawyer. Sutter building. Fifth and J. HIRAM W. JOHNSON s and FETER J. SHIELDS, Attorneys-at-Law. Rooms 24, ?5 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 ft HENDERSON, Lawyers, J. WM. HENLEY, Attorney-at-Law. 610 I street. M S. WAHRHAFTIG. ATTORNEY-AT- Law and Notary Public, 301 J street A P. Catlln. A. L. Shinn. J. C. Catlln. CATLIN, SHINN & CATLIN. 301 J street. Arthur M. Seymour. Clinton L. White. WHITE ft SEYMOUR. Stoll building, corner Fifth and X sts. J. Frank Brown. Arthur E. Miller. MILLER & BROWN, Attorneys-at-Law.— 4051-4 J street. Telephones, Capital 314. Sunset. Main 314. . . . - GROCERIES. SPLENDID MACKEREL, 5c APIECE; apple butter and mince meat in bulk; new cranberries; boiled cider and sweet cider; creamery butter, 45c a roll; fresh pggs, 25c a doz.; new stock of corn, beans, peas, tomatoes. Pacific Cash Store, J. RILEY, Prop., Tenth and E streets. Both 'phones. SOMETHING NEW EVERY DAY ADD ed to our stock. Apple butter, 2-lb tins, each 15c; extra large sweet prunes, per Tb 10c; put up In 25-tb boxes, 8c; Smyrna figs, imported, 2 fbs in a box, per box, 45c; fancy creamery butter, per square, 50c; fresh ranch butter, full weight rolls, 45c; mountain packed butter, 2 grades, 25c and 27% c tb; Bellflower apples, $1 per box; fancy citron, sliced, ready for use, %-Ib cartons, each 10c. PERKINS & SON, Eleventh and J. 'Phones, Capital • 829; Sunset north 851. ■ IF YOU WANT A GOOD GROCER, Try HILBERT BROS. You will be surely satisfied. Fifteenth and D streets. Both 'phones. A FINE STOCK OF HAMS AND BA con; also choice teas at J. WINGARD'S, Twenty-fifth and O streets. ' BUSINESS CARDS. 3 GEO. COWLES (2), THE PLUMBER, 1022»£ X street. 'Phone, blue 168. ] NEW FRENCH DYEING-CLEANING works; prompt and best work. DUCHEZ, ] 713 L. Tel. Sun, west 353. MRS. A. REAM, LADY UNDERTAKER. ] 1118 J st. Tel. 991 white; day and night. ROOT, NEILSON ft 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 1 pair and v>pward; fine flannels laundered without injury to the garment. French Laundry. 912 L. Tel. Sunset 922 black. 1 BOARD AND LODGING. 811 H ST.-NICELY FURNISHED Rooms, with board. MRS. BARBER. j 820 EIGHTH ST.—ROOM WITH GOOD - board, MRS. M. E. HESSER. 3 VETERINARY SURGEONS ___________ | n- _ _ 1 DR. C. L. MEGOWAN—OFFICE 1120 J < st. 'Phones: Cap. 830; Sun. Red 407. i WANTED. j WANTED—TO RENT OR LEASE IM mediately, a ranch or farm, 60 to 300 acres, for grain, hay and pasturing pur poses; within Sacramento or Yolo Coun- i ties. Inquire at KENT BROS.' Stables, 1617 Third street, or R. E. KENT, 1315 Third street. WANTED — SECOND HAND FURNl ture, T. H. WALKER, 927 X street. Tel. Cap. 919. , 1 WANTED—A DRESSMAKING Appren tice at 901% L street. n!7-7t A MAN OR WOMAN TO TRAVEL AND appoint agents; salary $75 per month and expenses; also local workers: guar anteed $3 per day. People's, 8943 Market street, Philadelphia, Pa. n!3-BtMSa. WANTED—3 OR 4 UNFURNISHED rooms suitable for housekeeping; cen trally located. Address "F. G.," this of fice. n!4-6t FIELD'S LEADING EMPLOYMENT agencies—San Francisco office, 655 Clay street 'Phone, Davis 821. StocKton of . rice, South Hunter street; 'phone 1744 red. We furnish the best help obtain- Props. _ STORAGE—FURNITURE, PIANOS, Etc. Get our big vans, trucks or wagons to do your moving. Cap. and Sac. Van and _Storage Co., 906 X street Either 'phone. PLAZA EMPLOYMENT OFFICE-BRO hard & Birchmore, successors to W. A. Wall, formerly of Ninth and I, removed to 626 I. 'Phones: Sun. blue 365; Cap. _585, 4 bells. SAC'TO PLAZA EMPLOYMENT Office, in basement of Pythian Castle, Ninth and I sts. Help furnished ori short no tice. Both 'phones. F. L. HAM. j TO TRADE—FINE I.OOC-POUND YOUNG buggy mare, stylish, good traveler, gen tle, for a larger horse. Same qualities tcr surrey. John F. Cooper, Transfer Of rtce. 9Q6 k. RED CROSS EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 1019 Fifth street, between J and X streets, Sacramento, Cal. Help furnish ed the employer free of charge. Open evenings; telephone orders at our ex pense. 'Phones: Sun. south 141; Cap. 145; res. Sun. It R. MILLER. WANTED - SECOND HAND FURNl ture, 1021 Fourth street. Tel. Cap. 636; Sun, west 468. ELDRED HOUSE EMPLOYMENT OF flce, 1014 X street. For help or work call or address Harmen & Woods. Sun set 'phone red 801. ' FOR SALE. FOR SALE OR LEASE-THE HOME stead ranch on M-street road, contain ing bU acres; 50 acres in fruit and grapes, _balauce l hay land. Apply at this office. FOR SALE—A CORNER GROCERY and saloon cheap. Inquire this office. nl7j3t_* STOCK, FIXTURES AND GOOD WILL of first-class paying cash business; ill health; $2,500; part cash, part on good security it desired. For particulars and references address L L _&^B._K..,_this^ofhce. THOROUGHBRED WHITE LEGHORN and barred Plymouth rock cockerels tor saie. Uhl's Poultry \ards, 250 i W st. HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE AT C. E. ADAMS', at 1106 J street. BEAUTIFUL WALNUT CASE PIANO— Will sell for cash at a great bargain; been in use 10 months. Call 1315 7th st. SECOND HAND BOOKS BOUGHT, Sold and exchanged. 1013 Second street. 40 HEAD OF HORSES, A FRESH LOT, for sale at from $10 to $150; any kind you want. Auction sale Saturday next, 11 a. m. Cal. Feed Yard, Twelfth street, between I and J. A LARGE ICE CHEST FOR SALE cheap. Inquire 910 Twenty-third street CUT FLOWERS AND FLORAL PIECES, Mrs. Wilson, Washington. Tel. Sun. east 251. FOR SALE OR RENT—GASOLINE EN gines, 1 to 6 H. P.; steam, 1 to 30 11. P.; _and_ Machlne_Works, 2720 M st. FOR SALE—A FIRST-CLASS OYSTER house, complete, cheap. Best location In the city. Address P. O. box 503. LADIES' VICTOR 1599 BICYCLE, $22.50. 611 I street. BEST HAY, GRAIN, WOOD AND COAL at Baird's, 2100 H st. Both 'phones. HAY FOR SALE. H. J. GOETHE. 1011 Fourth street. FOR SALE—ELEGANT OFFICE Stove, i self feeder, will be sold at a bargain. I _ Inquire at this office. 6,000 FEET OF 2, 3 and 3% INCH wrought iron pipe, special low price; also two eight-horse upright boilers. Sac'to Pipe Works, near Pass. Depot DENTISTRY. DR. R. L. WAIT'S OFFICE, 705 J ST.. over Heilbron & Co.'s market. Pain less extraction of teeth by use of a new anesthetic. Examination and consulta tion free. Hours—S:3o a. m. to 5 p. m.; 7 to 7:80 p. m. Tel., 933 red; res. 841 blk. ELECTRO DENTAL PARLORS, 702 X, opp. the P. O. Extracting by electricity, EOc Work at one-half price charg2d by other dentists. 'Phone, Capital 420. REMOVED—DR. W. O. GIRARDY TO the L. L. Lewis building, 504% J street (upstairs). Capital telephone 437. DR. J. B. SIMMS, DENTIST—OFFICE Sjolljjulldlng. Fifth and X streets. DR. W. A. ROOT, DENTIST. 'PHONES, Sunset black 116; Capital SO4. 814 X street. Sacramento, Cal. DR B. F. STOLL, DENTIST, THE Ruhstaller bldg., S. E. corner of Ninth and J streets. 'Phone. Sunset, black 678. DR ALFRED J. THOMAS, DENTIST. Successor to H. H. Pierson, Ml% J st. Hours 8 to 5. F. F. TEBBETS, DENTIST. 914 Sixth street, between I and J. west side, opposite Congregational Church. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. DR. G. HENRIKSON, 900 J. ST. HOURS 10 to 12, 2 to 4 and 7 to 8; Sundays, 1 to 3. 'Phones, Sun, north 181; Cap. 1,000. DR. ANNIE B. WIGHTMAN—OFFICE 503 X; special attention given to chronic ailments. Hours, 11 to 12 and 1 to 4. DR. H. W. WAGNER, DEUTSCHER Arzt Office and residence, 719% X st. DR. P. R. WATTS, 1006 EIGHTH ST.— Office hours 10 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 7 to Bp. m. Sundays, 1 to 2 p. m. DR. C. A. HAINES, OSTEOPATH, Stoll building, rooms 8 and 9. 'Phone, Cap. 72. FLORENCE WEAVER, OSTEOPATH Office 701 Twelfth st, cor, of G. DR. C. MEALAND, 719% X—'PHONES, Sun. red 931; Cap. 308. Office hours—lo to to 12, 2 to 4 and 7 to 8. Res. 1217 O. 'Phones. Sun. white 521: Cap. 308. MARY M. CRONEMILLER, M. D„ OF fice 628% J street. Tel. Cap. 473. Res. 705 Nlntn street. Cap. 406; Sunset white 846. DR. H. S. McGAVREN. 426% J STREET— Eye, ear, nose and throat. DR. PENDERY—OFFICE, 806% X street. ■Phone, Cap. 824. Residence, 1013 I street. Residence 'phone, Cap. 728. Chronic dis eases of women and children a spe cialty; DR. COREY, 900 J-BOTH 'PHONES. DR. FAY, 627% J; TEL. SUN. RED 934; 10 to 12 a. m, 2 to 4, 7 to 3 p. m. Res. 1729 G. Tel. Cap. 309. Sunset, blue 31. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR—THE WEEKLY UNION. Tha bast weakly. | COUNTRY REAL ESTATE. SMALL COUNTRY HOMES). ! $1,700—70 acres, near fruit shipping town iof Loomls, Placer County, 7 acres j peaches and plums, 5 acres alfalfa; wa tered by the Yuba Ditch Company; 2 springs and well; house of 5 rooms. Reduced the price on that 14 acre tract in J street road district from $150 to $125 per acre: fine, building site; good soil, i This price is below that of other adver | tisers for land in same district, j $500 for one acre planted to choice i fruits; good chicken house and run; fair dwelling, well, pump and windmill; only two miles from city limits. This placj is a bargain, having cost over $800. HAWLEY & PHILLIPS. 319 J Street. GRAIN LAND NEAR MILL'S STATION. SACRAMENTO COUNTY. 334 acres, all well fenced; good house, barns, outbuildings, etc.; $27% per acre. HAWK & CARLY. 1014 4th. Country property a specialty. 200 acres first-class land one mile from May hews; splendid buildings, Insured for $2,100: o acres grapes; one acre orchard no Irrigation required. n 1 Price $8,500. . B. LEONARD, IQQ2 J street. LOUISIANA TRACT. Only twelve minutes' walk from termi nus of electric railway, Wearenow prepared to orfer you A GREAT BARGAIN tract C ?r, ag £, Property in tha desirablo guced n fe* ««■ m^Town! OLSON & BROWN, Heal Estate and Insurance. 1015 Fourth Street ATTENTION, FARMERS! rm?Jr»,. aC i 1 " es ' a 800 d ranch in Placer oViv Un^ tween Au , bui n and Lincoln; P i^.,, acre; water; land t 111 Pasture 300 cattle, from 1 ' 6 ' frult Rearing orchards, 11% 40 acres each - abundant wa te '- >'e;ding eood incomes annually. f„ c v s i rl r; h soa - a tew mll e* below MILLS-GALVIN txy. am j street. FOR SALE— FINE DAIRY FARM ON Sacramento River; 1 600 acres .wUh Im provements and alfalfa. Easy terms; hrowtS £S?R Addr ess MILLER & JBRCJWN,_4OS%J street tV t?r?,-t T RANCH «' FOR SALE; EASY street GOETHE. 1011 Fourth CITY REAL ESTATE. $ ™ f e 6 , lots v 40x160. W. near 12th st. lo^x c iVi 1 o 0 t l Vst. lw ' c - 2311 and 24th ats - Also higher priced building lots. H. J. Goethe, Installment Home Builder, 1011 4th St tours very truly. M^? IC AND A »T. MRS. FRANCES MOELLER— VOCAL culture. Ochsner bldg., rooms 41 and 42. Manager of the Fide)io_Quartet F BLODGETT, THE PIANO TUNER. Ring Jilm up. 'Phone LAURA C. WALTERS. TEACHER OF voice, piano, violin, guitar, banjo and mandolin. 903 X st. room 7. G. F. JONES, TEACHER OF MANDO IIn, guitar and banjo. Eight lessons for $5. nil H street. Both 'phones. FRANZ X. MAYER, PIANO TURNER _ & J c *?a se _'_i 2: LlL. Both^phones. PIANO-TUNING—LEAVE Orders With Grafmiller & Heath. 816 J. Paul Schoen. DRESS AND OLOAKHAKING. MRS. FERRITER, FASHIONABLE dressmaker and ladles' tailoring. 2221 O street. 'Phone Bun.. white 746. MISS L. SCHUBERT Teaches embrold ery. Art needle work to order. 406 11th. ARCHITECTS. WM. MURCELL, ARCHITECT AND builder, 1712 P street. F. H. SCHARDIN, ARCHITECT. BREU _ner building, X st., bet. 6th and 7th. HOEN, ARCHITECT, 718 J STREET. Telephones: Sun, black 82; Cap. 75. BANKING HOUSES. NATIONAL BANK OF D. O. MILLS & CO. Sacramento, Cal.—Founded 1860. DIRECTORS: D. O. MILLS. EDGAR MILLS, S. PRENTISS SMITH. FRANK MILLER President CHARLES F. DILLMAN Cashier U. S. Bonds Bought and Sold. No Interest Paid on Deposits. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS. HOO.OfO. CALIFORNIA STATE BANK, SACRAMENTO. Does a General Banking Business. SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS. OFFICERS. FREDERICK COX .. President GEORGE W. PELTIER Vice President W. E. GERBER Cash er FRED W. KIESED 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 DU the city corner Fifth and J streets, Sac 1 ramento. Guaranteed capital, $500,00(1! Daid 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 upo/' application U> p COLEMAN, President Ed. R. Hamilton, Cashier. , FARMERS' AND ME CHANICS' SAVINGS BANK, Fourth and 3 streets, Sacramento. Cat. LOANS MADE ON REAL ESTATE Interest paid semi-annually on Term ana Ordinary Deposits. B U STEINMAN President DWIGHT HOLLISTER....VIce President C H CUMMINGS Cashiett W. E. J. BAUGHMAN Secretary and Surveyoo PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK. Sacramento, Cal Paid up capital HjMQI Reserve and surplus lOO.ort uese DIRECTORS: Wm. Beckman, J. L. Huntoon, Wm. Johnston, E. J. Croly, Geo. W. Lor en z. Loans made on real estate. Interest pal* BECKMAN, Fr-idenL jGaors«_W. Lorena, Bearatanr. 5