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DAILY fTMOY SERIES-TOE.. LVII.-NO. 9C.f,t. , DAILY RECORD ■■■IMB XX V.— NO. 46VS. THE MILT RECORD-UNION. MWpggd a the rest Office .* Sacramento as second class matte* • : PUBLISHED BT THBtr.^] Sacramento- Publishing • Company. 'i Mil . 11. Mills, General Manager, rabiicaiion >" ilce, Third St., bet. J and K. 4 TOE DAILY BECOBD-tTMON Is published every day of the week. Sundays excepted. Tor one rear.. .0 00 Tor fix months. 5 00 For three months 3 00 Tan copies one year, to one address 80 00 • Subscribers served by Carriers at TwiSTT-Fin Cents per week. In rill interior cities and towns tho paper can be had of the- principal Periodical Dealers. Newsmen and Agents. . . Advertising Rates In Dally Itecor<l-l One Square, 1 time $1 00 Sue Square, 2 times..... •••.■•...■...•. 1 75 . ue Square, 3 times. 2 50 Bach additional time. T. M lWeet 2 Weeks. 1 Month Half Square, Ist page...... 52 60 $3 50 $5 00 Half Square, 2.1 page 3 50 6 00 8 00 Half Square. 3.1 page 3 00 4 50 6 00 Half Square. 4th pige 2 00 .:SOO - 4 00 One Square, Ist page. 3SO .600 -7 00 One Square, 2.1 page 6 00 7 00 10 00 One Square, 3d page 4 00 -6 00 .8 00 One Square. 4th page 300 400 i 600 ■ Star Notices, to follow reading matter, twenty-five •ents a line for eacb insertion. Advertisements of Situations Wanted, Houses to Let, Society Meetings, etc., of five line* or less, will be inserted in the Daily IpCecokd-Umon as follows : Onetime 25 cents Three times , .50 cents One week 75 cents Soven worde to constitute a line. THE WEEKLY FXION [Published in semi-weekls.* parts! Is 'sirtied on Wednesday and Saturday of each week, comprising Eight Pages In each issue, or Sixteen ra^-es each we k. and is the cheapest and most riesir .He Homo, News aud Literary Journal published on ths I'acili ■ en a t. Terms, One Year $2 50 Semi-Weekly I'niou Advertising Bates. Half Square, 1 time.... .' $1 00 ' Each additional time 50 On- Square, 1 time 2 00 Each additional time 1 00 SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. SACRAMENTO, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1882. PACIFIC SLOPE. The Citrus Falr-Itlxamy Trial at Slock* 1 ton— I'Uurin- mils Darned In Oregon— : Fatal Itnnaway Accident In Idaho— Funeral or the Victim of the Xapa County Tragedy- Another Murder by the Earp Party In Arizona Etc. . (SPECIAL nißrATcnßi TO nig rbcord-I'mon.] . Stockton, March 23d.— -The ease of The People vs. E. J. Cripe is exciting great interest here. Defendant is charged with bigamy, in marrying one Madeie Moore while be had a lawful wife still living In the person of Amelia J. Atwood. Both marriages were solemnized in San . Francisco. Certified copies af both marriage licenses were produced by the prosecution from the County Recorder of San Francisco, - Both ladies appeared in Court to-day. „ It is claimed for the defense that Cripe believed his first marriage to be void, on account of information to the effect that Mrs. Atwood had a husband living at that time. A copy of a decree of divorce from Mrs. At wood's former husband was. however,', produced by the prosecution, dated more than a year before the alleged marriage to defendant.' The case went over until to-morrow at 10 o'clock, the jury in the meantime . being placed in charge of the Sheriff. , „. Tbe Xapa County Tragedy- Burial of Ihe ' ■■'£"''* iyyi 1 ' :., Vlrtlm. ; St. Helena, March 231.— The funeral of the late John C. Weinberger, of this place, who was murdered by a former employe, named Wm. J. Gau, on the 21 it inst., took place this afternoon, under the auspices of the Masonic Order, of i which he was a prominent officer, and also of the Wine-growers' Association. The fligs were at half-mast and all the stores closed. He has been largely identified with the wine interest, and with every interest pertaining to the prosperity of the place and the good of the public. His death v a great loss to this community. Gau was buried by direction of the Coroner yesterday. Sunday Law C :se at Los Angeles. Los Angeles, March 231— case of Jacob Philippi, who has been on trial before City Justice Adams on a charge of violating the Sunday law for three days, was given to the jury at 3 o'clock this afternoon. The jury has notified the Court that they cannot agree, but they are still out, and are likely to be kept out till morning. The iccu.-ied is a member of the League of Freedom. The Citrus Fair. Riverside, March 23d.— The fair is an unqualified eucc'Fs. The town is full of visitors, and beds are at a premium. The display i-i three times greater than ever before. The exhibits are arranged on five broad tables, extending lengthwise of the pavilion fifty feet.' " This being inadequate, another table has been placed upon the stags at the west end. O sting to the non-arrival cf chandeliers, the formal opening was postponed until this evening. The Riverside display covers four large tables. San Diego fills one table, making tbe finest exhibit of ar y locality outside of this county. The display of raisins and canned fruit is extensive and very fine. [SECOND DISPATCH.! '■ Riverside, March 231— The formal opening of the Citrus Fair took place this evening, all the vacant epace in the hall being filled by an intelligent and appreciative audience. The meeting was called to order at 8 o'clock by H. B. Everest, President of the Riverside Gitrui Fair Association, prayer offered by Rev. Mr,' Deere, and the opening address was delivered by H. J. Rudisel). Then followed short speeches by old settlers, including Judge North, the first President of the Colony Association, and General Stoneman, of i Sao Gabriel. Essays upon citrus culture | were read, and the exercises clrssd with the announcement of the Committee of Award. There have been 454 entries of citrus ftuits, all of which are worthy of premiums. ._-.'"-'..-- ARIZONA. Another Harder by the Earp Party. - Tombstone. - March 231.— This afternoon Thtodoro D. Judah came in from Pete Spincei's wood camp in the south pass of the Dragoons, and gave an Epitaph reporter Ilia following information : Yesterday morning, about 11 o'clock, Wyatt and Warren Earp, Doc. Holliday, McMssters, Texas Jack and Johnson, came into camp and inquired for Pete Spencer and Indian Charley, the number of men there and their whereabouts. Judah informed them (hat Spencer wus in Tombstone, and a Mexican named Florentica was looking for aims stock which had strayed away. Judah indicated the direction taken by the Mexican, and the party immediately left ■as directed, passing over a hill which ; hid them from view. In a few minutes ten or twelve shots were beard. Florentina not returning this morning, Judah proceeded in search of him, and found his body not far from the camp, riddled with bullets. Judah immediately came to town with the news. - .. NEVADA. The Bonanza Firm will Pay. I . Virginia, Ma-ch 231. — It is now stated that the bonanza firm will pay the sum due the county and State which has been in litigation since 1876, without further legal coltest. The remittitur of the Supreme Court has not yet been received by the County Clerk, and until it is there can be no action taken in the cafe, one way or another. The amount is between $70,000 and $90,000. ' Rejoicing" Over flio Passage or the Mil. in- pc BUI. - _<;■. ' j.Viboinia, March 23d.— Oa receipt of the news this evening of tne passage of the (Chinese bill, the First Nevada Artillery tired a salute. ... - ■'. '.-._ j-. . ■-. -. mum. Ban Over and Killed.;. . IiKWISTON, March 23d. — Allen Bore, an old and well-known citizen, was thrown from a wigon this afternoon, run over and killed. - OBF.tiO.V. Flouring Mills Burnrd. Portland, March 231. — The Junction City flouring mills were burned to-day. They were a total loss ; pirtially insured. Safe Bobbed- A MUN Bnrglar-Dlcd or His Injuries- Sot Expected to live— liquor Llccn>es— Crop Outlook— Pleaded . «.u!lly. ; J.iijy Pobtlakd, March 23J — A Dayton special says : On the 20th iast, a bag containing between $410 and $500 was taken from a safe in the Columbia Hotel, of which M V. Charles is proprietor. ' The money was taken while he was out of the hotel. Frank Day, a printer from Pomeroy, was arrested in Walla Walla and brought here to-day, charged with the burglary. The circumstances point strongly to his guilt ; r.i ■ r ;'-**> ; -V* i . Louis timer, a laborer in the employ of the Oregon Railway and Navigation Com* pany, who was hurt by a bank caving on him a few days sice, died to-day. from the effect of his injuries. > .'. "".. : . . ' y . . -,-.'' '„-, ; ■ Harry Lyon, who was phot at Baker City three weeks ago by ' Dan Patton, for alleged criminal intimacy with the latter 's wife,' has pj is mi s, and is not expected to recover. '/- '■' The City Council of Salem has instructed the Committee on Ordinances to report an ordinance fixing licenses for retail liquor dealers at $500 per annum. ;, Reports from all portions of Willamette valley show that fall-sown grain ! is in excellent condition, and the area of land prepared for spring ' sowing is at " least 25 per cent, greater than last year. ~ The winter has been hard 'on sheep, but other stock have done well. .^<^'J.'. :,,. ..-.,/;, i. ■<:->..< J-:....-- 1 I C. C. Livingston, the defaulting agent of Wells, Fargo & Co. at Alkali, to-day pleaded guilty to a charge of embezzlement in the State Circuit Court at The Dalies. j He will be sentenced to-morrow, rj ■ . — ■- r . -. - . BBITISU • COLI 181.4. The Kailroad BUI. ' I VICTORIA," March 23d.—Toe Inland Railway and Land bill was laid before tbe Hou.e to-day. Clements, Jordan and Rhodes, of San Francisco, and Clarke, Tomer acd Karl, of , Victoria, are the promoters. Capital stock, $4,000,000, in 4,000 shares of $1,000 each. The lino to be completed; to Nanaimo by July 1, 1886, and to Seymour Narrows by 1890.: Tbe track is to De of the uniform gauge of four feet eight : at.d I a half inches. The lands asked for are 1,900,000 acres. - The grant only escaped defeat to-day by the casting rote of til* Speaker on a quejticn of representation. i.ns3f J(cr.„jia . ■ - ' ■ j:.J p&i T I ' <■?*. , .-•.:. I fmammmi^am Miss Herachel, the daughter of the great astronomer, '-a in Waihingtou for the sea- 1 waa.":y.y:r-. ..r COAST NEWS. The Jackson public school is enjoying a week's vacation. ££ : ;i ->VJ I Woodland will soon have a tine drivingpark if the present arrangements are carried out. '"-.■■'. The - mail contractor brought the mail down from Washington to Nevada City on Monday on snow-shoes. Many Scotch and German families are moving to Montana, and Missouri is sending hundreds of families there. ' The almond trees in Grass Valley are in blossom, in spite of ! the discouraging weather lately held out to them. Much 10th the snow was seventeen feet deep at Plumas City, six feet at SierraviUe and from six to eight feet at Forest City, Cal. ' --' - ■*?-:• f :'?>i! A war party of Piegans are camped on the Shonkin, Montana, with thirty horses, which they claim to have stolen from the Crows. , _T-:. /:_ . ■.-.-■ The prospects are now good for one cf tho best crops of cereals that has been produced in the lower end of Napa valley for several years. v .'■'-' ' ' The i .rand Jury at Winnemu^ca, Nev., has indicted L. J. Bozenburg for assault with intent to kill Deputy County Recorder Owens. A party of Englishmen is at present visiting New Mexico, with a view to select suitable land for a colony, which will soon be established. - t , : -s^- V The mining outlook in Trinity is favorable, and the expectation is that the hydraulic miners will have an average season with a fair average yield. "• The -Ward Reflex says there are now stored up in the Martin White mine ore to the value of $50,000. Some of the ore assays as high as $6,000 per ton. Three men and a dog now constitute the population of Mammoth City. The three men | have a deck of twenty-three cards with which to amuse themselves, while the dog is left to his own reflections and devices. The Lakeport Bee -Democrat of Friday last contained the following : The surrounding hills were covered with snow again this week- Tne Jehu on the Bartlett Springs mail line says it is over two feet deep on the summit between Upper Like and Bartletts, and was sixteen inches deep at the latter point on Wednesday. Any . person who can give information regarding Nathaniel Kimberly, formerly of Connecticut, who is about 60 years of age, if living, and who was in Jackson, Amador county, CaL, in 1555, and either went from there to Tuolumne county or to Arizona with a company of soldiers in the early part of the war, will please address, with facts, C. 11. "Randall, Sonora, Tuolumne county, Cal. PASSENGER LISTS. Carlis, March 23d. — Left here to-day, to arrive in Sacramento to-morrow : A. E. Davis, H. A. Hevwood, Charles Miller, Maud Miller, J. L Yono, R. S. Vedder, San Francisco ; J. A. Norton, New Orleans ;A. Hanbury, E. L. Lucas, England ; I. C. Copley, Aurora, 111.; Mrs. B. Thompson, Willie Thompson, BaDgor, Me.; Rev. William M. Hoisman and wife, Mary Land, W. . A Seaver. New York ; Mrs. H. C. Hubbard. Oakland ; Captain E. B. Sm^th and family, U. S. Consul at San Bias ; Miss Sbepard, Iowa; John E. Harrington, Butte, Mont.; Major J. R. Roche, U. S. A; Carrie WU- Ban, California. Newhall, [ March 23 1,— Passed here today, to arrive in San Francisco to-morrow : F. J. Clark, G. W. Armstrong, Arizona; William Hubert, W. T. Rogers, Q'lincy, Col.; A. W. Simpson, wife and child, Stockton ; G. Tritch and wife, Denver, Col.; S. W. Sperry and wife, Stockton ; M. Mendelson, San Juan ; M. A. Mendelson, San Diego ; Charles Prayer, Los. Angeles; W. A. Cassick, wife and daughter. Oregon ; H. Sears, Chicago; L. Spsyer. Newark: S. B. D*vis, Yreka; G. A. R »nkin, Reno ; Mrs. B. R. Crocker, Sacramento ; Deputy Sheriff Hubf r and two prisoners, Los Angeles ; J. Riley, Tombstone; J. E. Butler, Santa Ciuz ; William Douglas, San Francisco ; G. W. Taylor, C .Ron ; Mrs. R. Ward, J. H. Bailey. Oakland ; Charles Cooper, Willcox ; J. W. Koox. San Jose; G. D. Hanley, J. Moore, Bisbie, A. T. Kansas City (Mo.), March 231.— Passed Tojxka to-day, to arrive in San Francisco March 28 h : 11. J. Crandall, Beaton ; G. Wilkins, Philadelphia ; A. G. Shaw, New York ; A. Dugherty, A. Dugherty, Jr., Belfast, Va. Omaha. March 23J. — Left here to-day, to arrive in Sacramento March 27th : Thoe. M, Cannon, Mrs, W. G. Elliott and son, Kingston, Canada ; Joachim Potter and wife, Cleveland ; H. J. Covant, Philadelphia ; E. B. Millman, Cincinnati ; . W. W. Livesey, Madison, Wis.; T. A. Traynor, ' Milwaukee; Herbert Randall, Buffalo. ■■m - ; A ALLSPICE. ■ Inquirer : The principal study of the sophomore year of collegians lis how to make life a tiresome disadvantage to the freshmen.— [Boston Post. A San Francisco man lied for three years like a pirate about the size of a whale he helped kill, before he found out that a whale isn't a fish, so there was no excuse for him. [Boston Post. „ ... .-■:■' " Strike while the iron is hat," says the proverb ; but when the old man is on a strike and the wife iB compelled to support the family by taking in washing, she has to iron while the strike is hot. — Cincinnati Saturday Night. Teacher — "John, what are your boots made of?' Boy— " Oi leather." "Where does the leather come from ?" " From the hide of the ox." " What animal, therefore, supplies you with boots aud gives you meat to eat? "My father." — Unidentified Exchange. No,' Effie, my child. We are not an esthete. We only love the beautiful as it is materialized by the presence of the sex. We couldn't think of worshiping a sunflower or adoring a lily as long as you persist in sitting on the sofa beside us. — [New Haven Register. • Some people will never get through asking foolish questions. A New York paper asks : " Was Grant suprised at Sbiloh ?" We don't know how it was at Shilob, but Grant was very much surprised at Chicago. He was more than surprised.' He was shocked.— [Texas Sittings. a " Yes." said the farmer, "I bad to discharge that hired man o' mine. ,He had the greatest faculty o' wasting time of any man I ever saw. -Why, if that fellow were to go to Congress, he'd want to discuss civil-service reform every day -of the session !" ... ; .:..." .."Yon may talk, about your mean men," said one rustic to another on the ferryboat the other' day, " bnt we've got a woman over there in Alameda who takes a pie." " Kinder close— is she "Close? Why, last month her husband died — fourth husband, mind— and , I'm blamed if she didn't take the doorplate off the frontdoor, had his age added, and then -nailed on to his coffin. Said she guessed likely she'd be wanting a new name on the door soon anyway."— [San Francisco Poat.,^'^;.^ BRIEF SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS. I The deaths . for the week to J 1 P. m., Wednesday, were 8S; for the month, up to Tuesday night, 403, as against 301 for the whole month of March last year. Smallpox is again making its appearance. Wednesday afternoon a boy named Frederick Loffcer was knocked down and run over by a truck. The wheels pissed over his chest, and it is thought that he will not recover from the effects of the injuries he received.- '- : , ;-"■.- :' j'j „ ■-'''.'._■ * .' The city has brought suit against Lizard Freres, for , taxes on property valued at $753,000, the amounts due being, for city and . county taxes, $11,822 19; State, $1,819 20. Also, against the Spaulding Gold and Silver Mining Company, for taxes on $15,000; city, and county, 8235 40; State, '$96. j ,, Against - the " Geary _ Street Railroad Company, foi taxes on $135,800. Against the South Bulwer Mining Com- I pany on $14,990 ; ; city ' and county, i $235 34 ; State, 995 54. DAILY RV.I OSl> ir\'l<!V SJ'I 11" > loiriK ■;:. . TELEGRAPHIC. SPECIAL TO THE RECORD. UNION. j DOMESTIC ram*. Catastrophe at Phlladelphrta. Philadelphia, March 23J.— The tug-boat Henry C. Soratt exploded her boiler this morning, killing four men. George S-ully, the Captain, was blown over the house tops in Water street. The dead bodies of Bsrnard McCann and Patrick J? lanagan, firemen, and a man named Alalcney, have been recovered. - John Lyons, the engineer, and two . others are missing. Immediately following the explosnn flames broke out in all directions. Pier No. 9, occupied as a passenger and freight station of the Philadelphia and Atlantic l^ity Kailroad, took fire, and was destroyed. The tug Ella Lynch, at the wharf, also took fire and sank, alter being well burned. The windows were shattered in all directions for squares. Three dead bodies were found in the street. The engineer has been found, having bad a very narrow escape. The front of the ferry house building was blown cut, and the watchman ( a ne near losing bis life. '-"'.' [SECOND DISPATCH.I Philadelphia, March 23d.— It now applet-* that John Lyon, the engineer, bas not neeu accounted for. and oLe laborer is missin j. Loss, ?50,00l». ' , ; - : The Illinois Probate Conns. ' Chicago, March 23J. — An Ottawa (lib), special brings intelligence that the State Supreme Court decides that the Probate Courts in Illinois are legally constituted. This decision was on a rehearing, ami reverse* a previous demoralizing decision of tbo Court. . ..Cannot It. ,'i.t . Kf.OKi'K {Iowa), March 23J. — Judge Love, of the United States Court, decides that a plaintiff cannot recover from the telegraph company on account of their failure to send a dispatch to Chicago ordering a purchase of options, because the laws forbid the business it option trading. -. ; drain Eli-valnr Burned. MorsheaD (Minn.), March 231.— P. trues & Met Sill's elevator burned at Ilawley Tuesday ni^ht. with 150,000 bushels of wheat. Total loss, S2OO 000 ; insurance, $133,000. Texas Baying Ip Iter Onn Bonds. Acstin (Tex**), March Si].— The State has purchased fiom the (state of the late Charles Morgan, of Now York, $412,000 of its own bonds, paying (or them SI 40. The bonds were due in IS.II, with interest at 7 per cent. This makes a reduction of the State debt for tha past twelve months of over $1,000,000, leaving it something less than $4,000,000.. .\.' _;>.;:. Death or Admiral Spoil*. Washington, March 23.1. Secretary Hunt received a cable dated Montevideo, stating that Admiral Spotts died at Stanley, Falkland 1 -.bin. ls, March '.•)>, of apoplexy, and was buried there. He was appointed to the navy from Kentucky. ' r-y -■ Movement for the Keller of tbe Hood Sufferer*. Washington, March 23J. — The following call has been issued to the American people : The President having signed the treaty of the Geneva Conference, and the Suite having ratified the President's action, the Anuria n Association of the Red Cross, organized under the provisions of said treaty, purposes at once t > send its agents among the sufferers by the ftjod, with a view to ameliorating their condition, so far as can be done by human aid and the means at hand will admit of. I Contributions ' are urgently solicited. . Remittances in money may he sent to Hon. Chas. J. - Folder, Secretary of the Treasury, Chairman of the Hoard of Trustees, or to h'S associates, Hon. It. T. Lincoln, Secret. ry of War, and Hon. U. B. Lorinir, Commissioner of Agrku'ture. Contributions of wearing apparel, he. 'dim: and provisions, should be addressed to ths [ted Cross agent, Memphis, Term., Vicksbuig. Mis., and Helena, Ark. Signed by Clara Barton, Itancrult Davis, Frederick Douglass, Alex. Y. P. Uarnutt, Mrs. Omar D. Conger, «\. S Solomon, Mrs. S. A. Martha Canficld. R. D. Mussey. ' Edison's Electric Bnllnay. New York, March 231. — Sevecal miles of Edison's electric railway at .Menlo Park are now completed, and a few days ago the pupils of Professor Sloan's school at Bergen Point, N. J., about thirty: in number, were carried over the road by electricity a", the rate of ever tweuty milts per hem. Z'.i'.Aoa'a track is like that of an ordinary railroad, involving curves and grades, one boing over thirty feet to the mile, with the various obstacles of ravines, streams and recks. The car resembles our modern horse-car. The electricity is communicated from wires, one connecting with each track. The tracks are insulated by covering the ends of the ties with a noncondnctive compound. Tbe wheels take up electricity from ilia tracks and communicate with a dynamo-electric machinegearing in the locomotive. Thus is given to the train a noiseless, rapid, pleasant motion, unattended with smoke, cinders and clatter. io::i.if.\ ftKWS. The Czar and Ihe Jews. St. Petersburg, March 23J.— The Czar has refused to confirm | the recommendations of the Commissioners on the Jewish question in favor of compelling the Jews to quit the rural districts, on the ground that such expulsion would almost . ruin agriculture, and that the recommendations are generally conceived in a vindictive spirit. Marriage of a Bonaparte. Paris, March -Mile. Jeanne Bonaparte, daughter of Piin.e Pierre Bonaparte, who shot Victor Noir, was mfniad day to Marquis de Villentuve Pargawent, a Legitimist. -,-..>. , ; ... ... '..'.----■' To France In a Balloon. • London, MiroH 23d. — Colonel Burnaley, author of "My Bide to Khiva," left Dover alone in' a balloon this morning, in an endeavor to reach France. " i; •■';' hi «l England. St. Petershcrq, . M-irch ,23d— General Skobelotf, speaking at a military banquet in his honor, toasted the British rati. in, and warmly alluded to the friendly relations between England andßttJsia. . ..».-. PACIFIC COAST ft ETC*. " ; . — i , ' '„ ,r ,^..'-r' The Arizona Trimble — The Fnriis and Their Opponent).. . Tombstone. March 23d.— The Coroner's jury lin.l thai Morgan S. Earp came to hia death at the hands of Frank Stillwell, who was killed next dty at Tucson. Pete Spence,-one Freis and two half-breed Indians. Pete Spence's wife exposed the plot. A Sheriff's posse, consisting of twenty men, mostly cowboys, left this morning for Dragoon mountains, where tho Eirpj are supposed to be at preeent. The Sheriff made a weak attempt to arrest them at the Cosmopolitan Hotel before they left, but Wyatt Earp told him he didn't want to see him : that he had seen him onca too often, and thereupon the Earp party mounted their horses and rods away. There is a very uneasy feeling among the cowboy element, as the Etrps are rendered desperate by the attempted assassination of Virgil Earp and the cold-blooded murder of Morgan Earp. „ * ' Ban Francisco Stock Sales. ' San Fkaacisoo, March 23. 1882. i MOBiraro -BSSION. : j' ; ./ ' ' 500ph1r...... 3 301.900 Imperial So ; 110 Mexican 71 120 Kentuck. 25c ' to Gould 4 C 3 J5. 585 Belches Wo , 50 Best * Beloh. 6i 350 S. Nerada. 7J(,r7} 1340 California.... 25* 80 Utah 380 . 700 Savage 95c 30 a Belcher... 1 85@1 90 415 C. Virginia 75?r80c 150 .lustloe... pSOo 2:9opCholl»r 1 20(al 2i 495 Union 101 KM Potest. I OSCrtl 10] 10-Alta.. 5 - 8 0 Hale* Nor.. 1 05<rl 10, SoO Julia Uo i 40 Y. Jacket 1 05@1 450 Sutra lOe . 40 C. Point 40@p4fc' 100 Beaton '....Vie sftkrhooW SWHRION 1115 Albion 3 60@1 £5! 600 Co: i „l 50(31 60 i 300 Wales 6\\ 1(0 Mono 1 70 UOOBelding 25<g2Cc 50 Bulwer. 2«t2 10 . IpOOEu. Tunne' 1 14 575 Noonday 1 35 100 E. Mt. Dtab o. 20 - 450 N. Noonday.l X&l 30 100 Be' ty O'Neal 7 o 1.00r0.... T..V V 170 South m Xev..6}@ej 125 80die T.....1 4' (31 45 , 270 Bodie 4:50 230 Alas ........1 25 200 Narnj0. ...... .....35c 250 M White M 25 Tioga. 10c 100 Tipt0p.... ...4 50@4 (3 600&o©dshaw„.-......;25e{ J . - Tantalizing the Liver, Many persons fancy they are remedying bilious habit when they are merely tantalizing the liver by repeated and large doses of powerful drugs, which rather inflame than stimulate it. Calomel and blue pill are both objectionable, particularly 'when used to the extent that some people nse them for simple biliousness and constipation,' and botanic purgatives of a drastic nature exert no direct influence upon the bile-secreting organ. The benignant alterative, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, while it is an efficient stimulant of - the liver, promoting j bilious secretion and regular evacuation, '■■ never affects ! either the liver or bowels excersively, but bo h in its laxative and antibilious action, is painless and agreeable. It counteracts malarial 'influences, cures indigestion, is a superlative tonic, and is a salutary d'uretic. . The weak , and , the , aged are invigorated and solaced by it. ' . • . , ,". ;• How i Mt. Throat Hurts '.—Than why: don't yon UN Hale's Honey of Horehound udTk''''-'-"> : "-pfpSp« i Pike's Toothache Drop* cure in orjeminut*. WASTED., LOST AND FOUND, Advertisements of fire lines Id this department rare nserted for 25 cents for one time ; three times for 50 cents or 75 cents tier week. WANTED— A SITUATION BY A IYOUNC married man, thoroughly competent to drive and take care of horses, or work in store or market. Apply at this office. . -; ."■ ,r ■ - m23-lw* WANTED— A GIRL WHO IS A GOOD COOK and understands washing and ironing. No pothers need apply. Address X., at this office. tf NOTICE. PARTIES HOLDING SCRIP AGAINST LlN- coin county. Nevada, can find a cash purchaser by addressing J. EISENMANN & CO., Pioche, Nov. m3-lplm* EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. HOUSTON & CO., FOURTH AND X STREETS, Sacramento Farmers requiring plow hands, send in your orders, as we have some first-clad? Western men w4io understand the work ; also first- class male and fema'e help for hotels and families. Branch office in San Francisco. We can procure help suitable at the shortest notice. dls-lptf TO LET OR FOB SALET Advertisements of fire lines In this department are Inserted tot 36 cents for one time ; three times for 53 cents or 75 cents per week. FOR PALE CHEAP LOT 8(8 XIGO, CORNER Twenty-third md 1 «'r. eta ; sox6o of lot 1 <-"r. ner J ani Fourteenth etreets. A ply to H. L' NO Ty^, Fulton M.r»ei, Ml v and X stB. m22-3tV\ l-'S FOR SALE— A JOBBING WINE ANDjpgg& p liquor business, having a good run of fijp|^ customers ; will bo sold cheap, present gSKSSk owner desirir.R to cell on account of his health. Capital required, Irom $3,000 to £5,000. 'ddress J. H., this offioe. ■ . tali tf T^OR SALE— MCE TWO-STORY FRAME^J^ 1' dwelling ; 8 rooms, bath, gas and water ; lajji lot, 20 by 1«0 feet ; (food residence and JUL hA property. Price, $2,500. Inquire of CaKL aTKOBi-IL, 321 .7 Btreet. s?9_ 6^_ FARM FOR SALE-300 ACRES CHOICES** f,rapt or prriu land, and well suited forVpr cither fruit or clover. There is a pood house " and barn, 500 c'u lee fruit trees, and twenty acres of clover. The place is well fenced, nearly all cleared, and in a good state of cultivation. There is a ditch and water right. belonging wtt the place th« fur- nishes a-. abandarrc of bee water. Any p rson wanting ■ pi ica suited for almort any kind of crop, will find this to be one Of the best and cheapest places in El Dorado county- Will Sell the whole or pai t. Price very low. Tune given, if desired, at lowest rate of interest. The farm is five miles west of -rville, near the Folsom road. For particu- lars, call on nr address ARTHUR WILLIAMS, PUeerville, El I).'.'. county, California. March 3, ISS2. mO OR SALE— IRON STORE FRONT, WHH IRON shutters ; als-., one elevator for sore. Will be sold eh.-..-., forcash. For parti.-ul inquire of A. A. COOK, 403 .1 street, Sacramento. C^l. fe27tl THIRTY PAYS' FURTHER M E. HOMES FOR SALE ABOVE THF. DEBRIS** and below the mow. 1 have for Mle^W cheap a few ; ce piece* of No. 1 fruit land in ■* the warm belt of I'iarer county, with beautiful building spot*, ranging from 3 0 to $10 per acre, according to 1 .cation and improvement-", and from 20 to 200 acres, to suit purchasers. For further par- ticulars inquire of or address W. W. FiPPIXS, Pen- ryn, Placer curl Cal. . mil Iplm MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE, AT A LOW ' RATE OF IN- terest, by PETER BOHL, 325 J street. tf TO LET. THE CAMPI RESTAURANT, ON X STREET, between First and Second. In juire of L. C. CHANDLER, No. 227 J street. m2ltl FARM FOR SALE. WILL SELL YOU A GOOD FOOTHILL IKi farm cheap for cash ; or will trade wit!i3fT you, and take 31.0.0 in rentable city property •-*— and »1 . (»«> cash for this place. Also a vineyard and orchard farm of M seres can lie had at the above terms. If you want to buy an orchard, vineyard, farm or city real estate, please call on CARL STRO- BEL, 321 J street, Sacramento fe2s-lptl DENTISTRY. — IT. wood, DENTIST.- TO QCINVS«pg» Buildinc, corner Fourth and J streets). s.^.^9 Artificial Teeth inserted on all bases. Improved IJquld Nitrous Oxide Gas, for the Painless Extras- len of Teeth. m2»-tf oas. ::«'»:« «v Tim urn ii, -pvENTISTS, SOUTHWEST CORNER OPggSft tj Seventh and J streets, in Bryte's newQ>xffß building, up stairs. Teeth extracted without pain by the use of Improved Liquid Nitrous Oxide Gas. ml 6-1 pi m 11. ii. riKitiios, -W-VENTIST, 415 J STREET, BETWEEN^BJ* If Fourth 416 STREET, »BWtoM| Fonrth and Fifth, Sacramento Arti-BBHi Bcial Teeth inserted on Gold, Vulcanite and all bases. N trous Oxide or Ijughii.g Gas administered for the palnlees extraction of Teeth. mll-lm W. 0. HAKE, D. D. *„ DENTIST, NO. 605 J STREET, I)K-MB tween Sixth and Seventh, Sacramento. mlllploi WILCOX&WHITE ORGANS —it waKiaooiu or Xa. K. KAMaiER, ITO. 8S« J aire*!, Sacramento. '&T Sold on c Installment plan. Orders (or TUNING prompt attended to. let) 'olm TIIE VERY CHOICEST SMOKED HEAD CHEESE TONGUE BAUSAGK SEVALAT SAUSAGE, ITALIAN SAUSAGE, BONfLESS HAM, CREAM OBSESS, GENUINE SWISS CHEESE, etc, just received from the East. Besides FRESU SAUSAGES of all kiwis received every other day from be«t San Francisco p<mufact- orv, at X-. 3BA.XT3MCX.E, X*. BATTMCIsE 4s6 j .treet... m6-lp6ml..Allsoldatlo»o t prices. STAR MILLS AND MALT HOUSE. NEFBOCBU A LAVES, -VTOS. 60, tt AND 54 FIFTH BT.. BACRAMENTO, 2TOB. 60 64 AND 6« FIFTH BT., SACRAMENTO, k dealers in Produie and Brewers' Supplies, & ufacturers of Malt and all kinds of Meals, etc. Oalmeal, Cornmeal, Cracked Wheat, Graham Flour, Buckwheat Flour, etc. New Grain Bags for sale Agents Buckeye Mills Pour. Marysville. m!7-lp PIONEER LIVERY STABLE. 1. D. SCRTVER.. • Proprletti HACKS ON CALL AT ANT HOUR,|fc. day or night. Coupee, Phaetons, "Wfikl awaji, Barouches, Buggies with the^gg bert roadsters to be found in any Uyery stable on Sfe^ for hire. Horejs. kept In tWam >+~~ able rates. Uvwy Sublet on Fourth street, be- tween I and J. -^ * HALE BROS. & 00. . ■- , ■ - - . - .-...,. _._ .. I sett^Xrm i trS&*tX3l»f, DOWN ! if DOWN ! j DOWN! SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS THIS WEEK! - ' *■ ■ v "-. *"■»§ ■ %■ ■ - . - ...... .wsw .s^ -. -- -j. z. j,-7 This week we offer special inducements in our DOMESTIC DE- PARTMENT. Such, we have <»»' hesitation in stating, that will be worthy the attention of every buyer. The go jds we guarantee to be the i qualities represented. The prices from 10 to 25 per cent, below those regularly charged; g^MUSLINS! Lonsdale Win, first quality, 10 cents per yard White Eock Mnslin, " 10 cents per yard Mealed Mnslin, from 4c per yard upwards Sheetings and Pillow-case Muslins, .... WHOLESALE PRICES! .CllO\fi OIK LITEST IMPORTATIONS FROM NEW YOBK 13 A VERY LARUE ASO WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF • r.vl BEDSPREADS. THE PRICES ON THESE SPREABS < LEIBLY DEHOXSTBATCOCB THO GREAT ADVANTAGES: THAT OF PAYING CASH AND BUYING FOR FIVE STORES. HONEYCOMB SPREADS, - from 65 cents to $1 50 MARSEILLES SPREADS, - from $1 75 to $7 00 White Goods Department. We take pleasure in directing attention to the NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED in this Department. The assortment ia very large, and the price* at which we have marked these importations will justify you in paying this Department an early visit : Checked and Striped Nainsooks, - - from 12 12 cents pBr yard Victoria" and Bishop Lawns, - - - - from 10 cents per yard Swiss, Dotted and : Plain, - r '-< - - from 12 1-2 cents per yard Piques, White Corded^ - ; - - - - from 6 1-4 cents per yard Linen Department. We have always aimed to give this Department the amount of attention] that it. justly deserves, and our extensive trade in LINEN GOODS . warrants us in making the • assertion that no better values are to be had on this coast than we are offering at this time. To those who want a choice article in TABLE LINEN,' with NAPKINS to match, we would respectfully Bay, DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR STOCK OF ; GENUINE SCOTCH BARNSLEY— the finest in the market. ; Unbleached Table Linen (Pore Flax):::-:: --from 15 cents to SI 30 Bleached Table Linen (Pure Flax)::::::::.":::"frcm 40 cents to $1 50 Turkey Bed Table Linen::: ::•:••:• ----from 35 Cents tO $1 (10 Barnsley Table Linen (Genuine) • . ::::::.from 70 cents to $1 35 White Irish LiEen"::::"::::::::::::::::V:::::::::::::frOm 35 Cents to $1 00 Crash (ail Pure FlM)::""""::::::::::::::::::::"fr&m 5 DBMS tO 30 MlltS TABLECOVERS, TOWELS, NAPKINS. Lace Curtain Department ! Here will be found an excellent assortment in CREAM, ECRU and WHITE. The designs are NEW, and OCR PRICES, like the assortment, are intended to please all. v. % T/->y Prices from 8 cents per yard upwards. AmOSkeag ftJrthp,::::::::::::::::::::::.:.::13 1-2 tO 14 Cents per yard CheViOt SMrting8.:::::::::::::::-::::::::- 8 1-3 CBntS per yard BinghamS, ::::::..:::::::::::::::::::::"::::::::": 8 13 tO 15 CBUtS per yard Furniture Cretonnes::"::::"::::-------^ 1-2 to 30 cents per yard MPm SPECIAL !— Since the above was written, we I&.W have received TWO CASES OF DRESS CALICO, gmn«f us the very latest New York SPRING STILES, and which we open out THIS MORNING. Orders by Mail receive special attention, and are filled the day they are received.: -:iyr^i HALE BROS. & CO. 829, 831, 833, 835 i street, — »\d — 1026 NINTH STREET, SACRAMENTO. ; . MECHANICS' STORE. For Advertisement of WEIN- STOCK & LUBIN see Second page. It will be changed daily. T £U%NAPA SODA '»»" "" la the World. ■ F\ I -vfTl . W-fc^fTiß LEMONADE. -• - ■ ■ - ■ '-. ■ - - ml6lp3m- ■••- .'■ * -■ -.-..- .......... Palmer & Sepulveda -. - , t..-. >-.. p-p- -••■-, .v ....--.., .... ; Jh it;.. c.-Zt}yT^^x : 'i:fir..iz-i:iir^^-7,l (Successors to J. S. TROWBRIDGE), S DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES, f Northeast Corner Second and X streets, Sacramento. A_r PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNEED AT ALL HOUkS, BOTH DAY AND NIGHT, AT THE*" ; LOWtST RATES. t*rt ■■■" ' ' ' ...... . •■'• -»-•— y«^ "- -fejs •*"» REAL ESTATE SALESROOM AXD XNSTTR^LIXrGXS OFFICE W. P. COLEMAN No. 325 J street, Sacramento, Oal. FOR SALE Oh TO LET ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY.— HOUSES SOLD OS INSTALLMENT PLAN. tr Money Loaned on Real Estate. tfX . . ui]7-lply Xi TYLES .Q[TTTTi mor ADE .T DEn ■JiaSS:D****« J. " ! F. Mason, m-23 Iplm «■ SEND FOR SAMPLES TO SACRAMENTO SHIRT FACTORY, S2S J STREET. SAN FRANCISCO CABDS. SAN FRANCiSCO Business Directory AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. George A. Davis A Co —Manufacturers' Agents, 327 and 329 Market street. Baker A Hamilton— lmporters ot Agricultural Implements and Hardware ; Agents of the Benicia Agricultural Works, 7 to 19 Front street. • ."■. o . David It. nawley— lmporter and Dealer in Agri- cultural Implements, and Agent of Howe's Im- proved U. S. Standard Scales. No. 37 Market street Frank Bros.— General Ag'ts Walter A. Wood Mow- Inn and Reaping Machine Co., 319 k 321 Market st. ARTISTS. ; > Hr-nsewortfc— Optician and Photographer, No. 12 Montgomery street. Established In 1851. - BUSINESS COLLEGES. , Heald's Business College (of the Bryant A Stratton Chain of Colleges). E. P. HEALDand F. C. WOODBURY, Proprietors, No. 24 Port [ stroet, near Kearny, P. F., CaL Terms— per quarter, payable In 30 days. • Pacific Business College end Telegraphic Instituto— (Life Scholarship, fc= full Business Course, $70). W. E. Chamberlain, Jr , and 1. A. Robinson, Pioprietore, No. 320 Tost street, oppo- site Union Square, S. F., Cal. Send jr Circulars. CARRIAGES AND WAGONS. Stndehnber Bros. Manufacturing Co.— Re- pository, 31 Market .street. A. H. Isham, Manager DltY GOODS. The TVhlte Uonfte— oldest Pry Goods Heme in San Francisco. - We import oirect from tl.e principal marts in Europe, consequent'} can sell lower than any other house in the trade. Country orders at'.eniled to. J. W." Davidson & Co., Ho* . IPI and 103 Kearny street. San Francisco. DRUGS, CHEMICALS. Jail In tales.— Pioneer Druggist, removed to '.'ii Montgomery st., S. F. Country orders solicited' EDUCATIONAL. School of Civil Engineering, Surveying, Drawing and Assaying. 24 Port st. A Van der N allien. The Berkeley Cynsa jlum- A First-class Academical Institution, affords a Classical, Literary, Scientific and Business Education. For catalogue - or particulars, address JOHN F. BURKIS, Superintendent, Berkeley, Ca. HATS. Herrmann, The Haft«r^-Nc.BS6K"»rny strMt, near Pine. The finest hats at the lowest prions. Factory : No. 17 Belden .street. FAK3SWARE, IRON, STEEL, EJO, Marcus V. Hawley A Co.— lmporters of Hard- I ware and Agricultural Implements, Nos. 801, 303, 805, £37 and 309 Market street, San Francisco. - METALS, STOVES," RANGES, ETC W. W. Montague A Co.— lmporters of Stoves, Ranges ■ and Sheet Iron, j MaiMeized Mantels, Grates and • Tiles. • Manufaet .of Plain, Japanned and Stamped Tinware. Nos - 110 112. 114, 116 and 118 Battery stree* V MILLINERY The Bandbox— Tho popular Milllnci . Kstablisf. ment. B. 8. Hirscb <» Co., No. 748 Market street . Strict attention to orders from the Interior , "j3 f_ 3 RESTAURANTS. I % "■ Campi's Original Italian Bestaarant has reopened under the management of N. Oiambonl, Campi's former partner. Sea. 631 and £33 Clay St., near Montgomery. Everything first class. (train's Family Bakery and D'lntni Saloon— No. 636 Market etreat. Wedding cakes, Ice cream, oysters, jellies, etc., constantly- ou hand. Families supplied. RUBBER AND OIL GOODS. The Cults rmlia and Bobber Manufact- uring Company— Manufacturers or Rubber Ooo<"s of every description. Patentees of the celebrated "Maltese Cross Brand" Carholized Hose. Corntr First and Market streets. J. W. Taylor, Manager. •avis A' Kellogg Pioneer Manufacturers of Cat Ann Oiled Clothing, Hats, Covers, etc Importers snd i )..-.• !i .: i in Rubber Boots a.. J Woolen Goods. No. 31 California street. . - STATIONERS, PRINTERS ETC. H. B. Crocker A Importing and Manufact- uring Stationers, Printers and Lithographers, Nos 215, 217 and 219 Bush street, above Sansome. WHOLESALE y GROCERS. . Wellman, Peck A Co.— lmporters and Whole- sale Grocers and Dealers In Tobacco and Cigars, - Noe. 126 to 132 Maiket, and No. 23 California. ' . . Taber. Barber A Co.— lmporters -and Wholesale Grocers, Nos. 108 and 110 California street. SACRAMENTO REOORD-UNION. -San Francisco Office, Ho. 531 California street.— J. H. Sharpe, Agent. | " MAEKETS. THE CHOICEST MEATS, x.o-nrßsrr.pxtxoßS, - AT NEW YORK MARKET, COB'S EX OP TENTH AND X 81 BEETS. CASH. paid for live slock, an.) ell«^^baß' oountrv orders promptly responded 0H to. .ODKLL (successor to M.M. . tI^TT Odell i. Son). ... ,- , inl3-4plm „ -. ■■ " . A G. GRIFFITHS, _JkJH riiiTi UK brasits mm J^'JiJiL ' rwnn-wu CAL EaTOSi^^L EC best variety AND ~**&ZZP&O A Largest Quarries on th» Paciflc Court Polished Granite Monuments, Tomb- stones and Tablet* maie to order, stones, etc. fcranlte Build Ing Stave ■ Cnt. Pre— < and Pnllahwltnmvla -; oil-liAm NEW STYLES -. • ... . . ■. j.-- (- .'■ - - ' - r■. T% C*c--r\ OF CHAMBER SETS AND FURNITURE,**" in Walnut and Ash. at C* ■ . lowest HUCES. ;; ?:* + ).: feSMptt --"j'tj ■iTyr-ryfUaisßAKatoeelt.y FRUITS, SEEDS AND PBODUOE. LYON & BARNES, /COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS IB Produce, Vergetaoie*, Batter, Ettas, Cheese, Poultry, Green and Dry Fruits, Honey, Beau, etc} ALFALFA SEED" tr Potato ■» In car-load lots or less. m&-lptl Nos. 21 antt S3 J street. W. R. STRUNG & CO., j Wholesale , Commission Merchants . sttc malms a all studs or I CALIFORNIA «KEEN JXD DRIED M.TIT* NUTS, HONET, SEED j .^( And . Ceneral \ Merchandise *T AU orders promptly attended to. Address : • W. H. STRONG & CO., j mS-lplm Nos. C, 8 and 10 J street, .Sacramento. A. HOOfIKR. 8. sißt-jg, ; S. GERSON & CO., GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. AND Dealers In - Imported and Domestic Frails, Vegeta- bles, .Viii., Etc, No. 220 J street, between Second and ThlrJ. Sacra- m « to- • : - •■ in2-lm D. BRBIRSARDI. . " jaj. OABSOpU. D. DEBERNARDI & CO., WHOLESALE iJMMISSIOH ESALSRS Is '-..-ii.- Butter. Eggs, Poultry, Vegetables, "It. Fish and General Produce. ■T^_y__ r«27-lpln. . ... LONGTON & MAY, ' WIIOMWIIS DEALSnS IN Poetry , Fish, Same, Batter, . <#& \ ECe^and .11 IKrKT Pt «.****■ OT Country orders a specialty. *Ci MITOV JUIIKI'I, riy.n AND X BTB. • ■ . ■ fu's-lplm ■■ . . « FRUIT DEALERS, HAVING REMOVED TO MORE OOMMODIOUS premises, we hays enlarged our stock. We offer you cho a Apples, free from worms. Lemons, Limes, Oranges, Dried Fruits, Nuts, Dates, Canned Goods, etc., at very low prices. ■ . - ,„. M. T. BREWER & CO. 1006 to 1010 Second street, between J and X, Sacra- mento. . ■ . ■ ... _ f e 22-tf EIOMiSJ.OREOORr. ... ; , . fr^k oesoort. ' CHARLES F. DULJIIK. GREGORY & CO., 1!17' n 2L E i? ALB dealers IN California V V Produce and Fruit. Full stock of Deans. Butter, Ens*. Alfalfa, Poultry, Ilnnrj, Etc., Always on hand. '• Promnt attention given to orders „ .- - and satisfaction guaranteed. fe2ll,rtf .>■„». 1-..Q and us j Street. HOTELS AKD RraTAU&M& STATE HOUSE, Center Tenth and X Streets, Sacramento. HELDRED, PROPRIETOR— Board and lod«. JOL. Ing st the most reasonable raise. Bir ate billiard rooms attached. Street cars pass the doci every five niinnt^s. . ; .... „..., omnibus to ano rrwn theHonse. ml!-4nlit NEW CAMPi RESTAURANT AND OYSTER HOUSE, 509,11 street, between Fifth and Sixth. EXCELLENT MEALS AT ALL ' jetTs. - hours, si.d board by the week ..r/;|fV mou'h. — , • |r#iV'iJ US' Good Meals for Fifteen Cents. V— f m3lm . LAMKI.V BROS., Proprietors MISSISSIPPI KITCHEN. OTSTEK AND CHOP HOUSE. Third siri-.-i, Between J and X : NEXT BOOR TO RECORD-UNION jmr , Office. Open day and night. J_mT^^, A. J. SKNATZ, Proprietor. \_J %£' fel9-lplro - HELVETIA HOUSE, %£. FIFTH STREET, BETWEEN J AND .., SACRA- mento— Good board and lodging. < : • ' - X. HOLDBNER and J. GEMSCH, : ; J r*if"! •" ! _ . Proprietors. y: I tr Farmers and Dairymen can ilways find good milkers and butter-makers at this Jouse. felfl-lplyr GOLDEN EAOLE HOTEL, CORNER SEVENTH AND X STREKTS SAC- 'ramento.— First-class in every respect. . The Largest, Finost and Brest- Ventilated Hotel in the dty. I RATES- 83, Mso and 12 per day, according to room. ' Free Bus to and from the Hotel. -^^ ; .-- ' -'■■' :' i. McNASSER (late of Denver! fe4-4plm .--.-. - Proprietor. : HOTEL LANGHAM. y^ORNER FOURTH AND L STREETS, SACRA mento— Strictly ant-class, on the European 'plan. Fne coach rom Railroad Depot. Fine sample rooms. feltplm ' .' l'-. TERRY A CO., Managers. '"'.- UNION HOTEL. - SECOND AND X STREETS, j SACRAMENTO, CaL Rooms, 50 cents and $1 per day. Specia' rates by the month. Billiards, choice liquors and cigars. Hot lunch daily .from 11 a. m. till 2r. a. .... - 7 W. O. ("JOB") BOWERS, - ;~ i fel-lplm : -,-'.-• , r...^,, .<.,. Proprietor.-. EDW. OADWALADER. OFFICE, CORNER THIRD AND J STREETS ; residence, corner Tenth aid N streets. .Sacra- mento, Cal. ,::--. Notary Public. .-i ■'■:'-■:,■ ■ United States Commissioner. .-' - ~- • . Commissioner of >>eeds tor the State* and Terri- tories, and Conveyancer. - Particular attention pak to taking depositions. • • ■:■■•■: .; ■ :- "... ?-,-,- I Deeds, Mortgages, Wills. Leasee, Contracts, etc. drawn and acknowlndp- d .'. .... -„ -.-. -..,- felß-tf : : y,yiy for A PERFECT ; FIT y , ; AND STYLISH-CUT SUIT OF CLOTHES, CO TO i yyy.iiy±ruoikiL% BBOWITV, .^«- ; .?gs CLCNIE BUILDING, 809 X ST., SACRAMENTO. MT Honest dealings and prompt attention you will find at THOS. BROMLEY'S (late cutter of Capi- ' I tal Woolen Mills), and don't yon forget It. lmlp