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WHOLESALE PRODUCE DEALERS.
Shippers of Produce -Commission Mer
LYON and BARNES, WHOLESALE PRODUCE j
DEALERS 4KB COMMISSION merchants. , j
This firm occupies Not. 121 and 123 J
street, near Second. The firm dates back
to 1800, and presents its claims as the '
leading house in this line. They deal in
all sorts of ranch produce, except grain, in
cluding potatoes and all other vegetables,
butter, eg- 8 and cheese, also honey, dry j
fruits, beans, etc., and while intending to ;
deal only in the products of the Sacra
mento valley, alio endeavor to make up for ;
any deficiency that may occur and at all
times keep up their stock from the most
available source of supply in distant mar- i
kets. They bring potatoes from Salt Lake,
and have this fall obtained onions by car ;
loads from Careen valley. The firmly
established advantages of Sacramento as a
market for all kinds of produce, vegetables
and poultry, find in this firm strongest evi
dence of their truth. Sacramento being
at least two days nearer than San Fran
cisco, orders fro:., above are not only tilled
by this firm easier, but arrive in far better
TOOLS, FARM MACHINERY,
[Sec Atf-.ICI'LTURAL '•< ■ v.:mk\ts ; HARDWARE ; Hard-
IIUNTINGTON, HOPKINS AND CO. — tools.
(See agricultural tools ; hardware ; woodenware ;
■portamenrs goods; boose* carnage and pis flttinijs;
cutlery, etc. I
Tbe hardware house of Huntington.,
Hopkins & IV., X street, between Second
and T.iird, in addition to its other depart
ments, keeps in stock the completest lints
of tools for workers in wood and metals,
forcarpenter3, ship- joiners, cabinet-maktrs,
gunsmiths, silver and goldsmiths, black
smiths, upholsterers, carriage -builders,
glaziers, tailors, painters, masons, stone
cutters, miners -indeed, about every vari
ety and . style of tool called for by the
skilled workman, besides spades, shovels,
mattocks, and the tools of the laborer.
BAKER & HAMILTON.
. .',<',( HERS AND IMPORTERS OP FARM
SACRAMENTO AND SAN FRANCISCO. .
[See hardware ; barbed fence wire ; beltir.jr ;
Baker JE Hamilton, the well-known
agricultural implement and hardware
house, in addition to its other* great lines
of business elsewhere noticed in this re
view, present their special claim for every
kind of farm machinery' as kept by them,
being the most perfect and latest known to
the trade — such as the Eureka gang plow,
M iline steel plow, Collin's cast steel plow,
iron plow, Gem Peed sower, Caboon seed
sower, Gotham seeder and cultivator, su
perior seed drills, harrows, cultivators and
.1. FRANK CLARK, UNDERTAKERS SITPLIES,
FOURTH STREET, BETWEEN J AND K.
This is the oldest-established house of
the kind in Sacramento, and does an ex
tensive business with the interior. There
is no improvement made in goods in his
line that patrons cannot avail themselves
of at any time. Everything in the way of
coffins, caskets, shrouds, etc., pertaining
to undertakers' supplies can be furnished
by him direct from the best Eastern man
ufactories. During 1879 he has received
undertakers' cloth goods — being caskets,
inclosed in cloth and which are kept by no.
one else in the city. He makes a specialty
of trimmings of every description and or
naments in gold, silver and plated-ware,
and particularly directs the attention of
interior dealers and other classes of pur
chasers to the elegance and variety of his
stock of goods, as well as to the quality of
the same. His premises are commodious,
and enables him to keep in stock an im
mense quantity of everything in his line.
Mr. Clark is a gentleman of experience in
'the undertaking business.
A. J. VERMILYA, J STREET, BETWEEN
' FOURTH AND Finn, UNDERTAKERS' SUP
Undertakers' supplies are mostly bulky
goods, and the storage of such becomes a
question of important consideration, to say
nothing of the freightage of articles of this
class. Mr. Vermilya has ample storage
room at his establishment, and' claims to
carry the largest stock of undertaker's sup
plies in the interior, . such as trimmings, j
shrouds, etc , and, besides manufacturing, :
keeps the most improved patterns of the \
best quality of metal burial caskets from
Eastern manufactories. Of course, this is
done at a less rate than for a longer car
riage to the Bay, This, in connection with
the storage facilities and ease of shipment
accruing to Sacramento, and other advan
tages, enable him to supply the interior
dealers with every line of goods known to
the business, at rates below those at which
they can purchase elsewhere. The sending
of undertaker's supplies from this point to
the interior promises to become a still more
FRITZ AND MILIEU. UNDERTAKERS' SUP
PLIES, 905 X STREET.
This firm makes a specialty of keeping
always in stock a large supply of caskets,
coffins, shrouds, and undertakers' other
supplies. They import direct and sell to
the interior trade on a level with the heav
iest houses on the coast. The facilities for
the storage of bulky articles of the descrip
tion referred to are unexcelled, and other
advantages enjoyed by them through a
central location, etc., enable them to offer
"Sea Cexest; Draw Pirn; Firs Brick."]
.SACRAMENTO POTTERY", THIRTIETH STREET,
BETWEEN M AND — H. F. BUNDOCK,
The business of this establishment has
vastly increased during the year 1S7!». re
quiring additional facilities for manufac
ture, to keep pace with demands. Its
ware has obtained a reputation for excel
lence of quality which gives it the pre
ference over all imported stock. It man
ufactures in vitrified stoneware all kinds of
jars, pots and jugs, and in red ware pit
kins, bean ['its, milk pans, flower pots and
vases of all descriptions. Mr. Burdock !
also mikes extensively his new patent but- j
ter cooler, by which, from evaporation of
water inflosed between double walls of !
terra coftA, ' butter is kept as hard and
sweeter than by use. of ice, and at trifling '<
expense. It - may be seen at Hobby k j
Harper's, 329 J street, who are agents for I
all the products of this establishment, and j
who are also agents for the celebrated
terra cotta water filter and cooler, now so
generally V n rise in this city. The products
of the Sacramento Pottery, by reason of i
their superior excellence, have acquired an !
extensive ' and I rapidly increasing trade
throughout the Pacific' States and 'Territo
ries, taking the place of formerly imported
stock, and at a much lower rate to the
trade. "■^V'.:"-;.i-. '*?.'•": ; -
GEORGE MUDDOX, X STREET, BETWEEN
TWENTY-NINTH AND THIRTIETH, MANU
FACTURER OF VITRIFIED STONE WARE. i
This • establishment has - been . opened
.. within the past year, but its proprietor is
an old > and experienced workman, skilled
in the business, and has brought to it every
, element of success, He manufactures all
| kinds of stone jars, pots and-jngs, and in
addition to skillful workmanship employed
in their manufacture, he has a new im
•proved kiln for burning his war», which is
i tar superior to any other kind, and enables
' him to burn all his wares to a blue vitrified
b dv without injury to shape from the in
tense heat, and producing -the finest,
1 smoothest an Inmost durable stock to jbe j
| found in market. This superiority in bis
ware has already established for it an ex
tensive demand and trad--, and is entirely
taking the fiebl from Eastern imported
■ stock, both from its superiority of quality
| and the lower rate* at which bis advan
tages enable him to supply the trade. .Mr.
! Muddox has already a large trade at San
j Francisco, and is shipping extensively to
i all parts of the State. He " keeps a full
stock on hand, and can promptly supply all
demands of the trade at most reasonable
' rates. 'i'; ; j?
HUNTINGTON, HOPKINS AND CO. COAL.
[See alrric.iUural tools ; hardware ; woodenware;
cutlery ; sportsmen's goods; tools ; louse, carri
■4 and gas fittings.]
The house of Huntington, Hopkins &
Co., Sacramento, the departments of which
are noticed in the review, keeps on hand
constantly great quantities of Cumberland
coal for blacksmiths' use?. Their coal
house it, 40 by 100 feet. It is entered by a
14-foot driveway level with the high-grade
street, while the ground floor is level with
the low-grade street. An incline leads j
from the driveway to the ground floor, and
a road to the alley, and thence to the high
era thus rendering the delivery of coal
into the warehouse and the taking of it out
a matter of comparative ease. Great quan
tities of coal are sold by the house by car
had lots, which do not come to the ware
house at all, but upon receipt of shipments
are forwarded without unloading, to till j
orders. Much of the coal handled by the
firm is what is known as cask coal, and is
stored by the hundreds of casks in their
immense storehouse. When the bunkers
each side of the entrance and incline are
rilled with coal, a thousand tons being
stored on either baud, room is still further
I economized by storing coal in casks, they
being piled upon the top.
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Manufacturers— and Agency
Blaclisniiths— Horse Powers-
[Se2 CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.]
HUNTINTifeN, HOPKINS AND OTA — CARRIAGE J
[See ap-' cultural tools; hardware; woodenware ;
cutltry; spartmen's goods ; intpchandlery ; coal; i
. toob ; house fittings ; gas and steam fittings.]
The house of Huntington, Hopkins & Co.
keeps an endless variety and full stock to
answer the heaviest demand for carriage :
and wagon hardware, such as springs of all
approved styles and grades, axles of all
sizes and varieties, bolts, washers, nuts,
screws, brass and plated finishing goods,
wagon and carriage builder's tools, and all
the usual supplies used j by carriage and
wagonmakers in the construction of the
lightest trotting wagon or the heaviest
AGENCY S'rrFiEBAKKR BROS. WAGON MAN
This agency is located on J street, be
tween Second and Third. The Studebaker
Company is known in all quarters of the
globe, and any attempt to describe it here,
and i the character of its works, would be
superfluous. The works turn out wagons,
buggies, carriages, etc., of every possible
variety. The Messrs. Studebaker make
more wagons, carriages, buggies and vehi
cles of every description' than any single
company in the world. They manufacture
anything from the lightest track sulky to
to the finest landau, and from alight spring
wagon to a ten-mule team wagon. The
works are located at Soutu Bend, Indiana,
and are one of the industrial triumphs of
the age. A grand total of its manufacture
is 100,390 vehicles for the decade closing
with the end of 1877. Where vast capital
is thus invested rapidity of transaction is a
necessity, and the consequence is that
goods are sold at a lower rate of profit than
is possible by more limited concerns. . At
the Sacramento depot may be seen and
procured any work in whole or duplicate
made at the great works in South Bend.
It is the agency also for the genuine Sarven
patent wheel. It has extensive ware
rooms ou Third street also. The agency
here has a very large and constantly grow
ing interior trade. The business of Stude
baker Bros, is a gigantic one, and of world
wide reputation. This has been at
tained by the manufacture of wheels of
the highest worth and the result of mature
experience, tli2 best mechanical intelli
gence and industry, strict economy, hon
esty and integrity, which form the very
1 soul of commercial industrial character.
The ' agency keeps " commercial travelers
constantly in the field, and their report up
to December Kith is that there is a unan
imous sentiment throughout Nevada,
northern and interior California in favor of
trading with Sacramento as a supply cen
ter. So universal is this that it has ex
cited the surprise of the traveling agents
that it should so prevail in all communities,
and especially in some which heretofore
traded but little or none in this market. .
B. M. BERNARD, CORNER SIXTH AND L
Mr. Bernard is the oldest manufacturer
! of buggies on the Pacific coast — he is the
patriarch of the business here. He has an
especial trade in the State of Nevada,
which rapidly expands. .He is placed
in constant and bitter competition with
Eastern houses, but with indomitable pluck
he maintains his position against strong
odds, the reason being found in the supe
riority of his work and the personal super
vision he gives to every piece turned out.
His chief business is the filling of special
orders. He has his largest trade fa the
State of Nevada. Mr. Bernard has taken
seven gold and eleven silver medals, and
one hundred and three first-class premiums.
He is now making, a specialty of what is
called a backboard buggy, built upon the
principle of the buekboard, but mounted
with eight springs, and sells it no higher
than the ordinary buekboard. It will bear
and carry 650 pounds weight. He puts up
baggies and carriages of the most modern
pattern to order, and his capacities for
business are such that there is no kind of an
order which can be made upon his establish
ment which he cannot readily fill. At the
recent State Fair of the State of Nevada
Mr. Bernard's work swept the field for
all choice premiums on buggies, phaetons,
j carriages, etc., with the Society's gold
j medal for the most meritorious exhibition.
• J. F. HILL, MANUFACTURER OF CARRIAGES
I AND WAGONS, THIRTEENTH AND J STREETS.
Mr. Hill is the largest manufacturer of
j carriages, buggies, express, thorough-brace
I and quartz wagons in the • city. Mr. Hill
t says j his j business is in a very prosperous
j condition, he having sold all the work that
; he could manufacture at very profitable
: prices. : He reports the trade gradually and
j surely increasing in Sacramento. It is be
| coming a well-known fact that the climate
> of Sacramento excels all others far prepar
i ing and seasoning carriage materials. His
I large and well stocked factory, which coy-
I ers a quarter of a block, enables him to
! compete in quality and price with any, es
i tablishment on the coast. He ' reports
j large and increasing orders for work in this
j market for Australia, British j Columbia,
Nevada and all the Pacific. States. , Mr.
Hill has found his own make of wagons to
he so well received that he has given up
agencies in wagon work,, and devotes his
entire attention to his own make,' and as a
consequence gives still better satisfaction.
MARTIN KESTLER, WAGON MAKER, iisTllTH,
, % - . BETWEEN J AND X STREETS. '. '
~\ Mr. Kestler is a manufacturer of - heavy
wagons. He does 'all his : own iron 'and
wood work, imports his lumber direct, ! and
SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1880.
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has established a reputation for making su- j
perior wagons so, broadly, that he has built
up an interior trade upon a very firm basis,'
and it promises to grow into a very much
more extensive business. He executes or
ders chiefly, and does not keep made-up
stock nice for sale. Mr, Kestler makes
spring wagons and buggies of every de
scription, and his trade is extending ma
terially in ' interior California. Many of
the best vehicles driven in the city are
turned out by him. He has been in busi- -
ness since 1853, and faces all competition.
Mr. Kestler is very proud of his success as
a wagon and bugiry builder, and it may be
said without exaggeration that he may
justly be so. * His excellence as an iron
worker and his skill as a wood-worker
make up a combination which enables him
to personally superintend all his work. ■' *
— rt - r — ~ * *- ■
I'IKE AND YOUNG, CORNER OF FOURTH AND
Pike & Young have been established 1
since 1852 in the business of manufacturing I
buggies, wagons, thorough brace wagons, !
express wagons, light wagons, freight wag
ons, etc. They have a fine two-story brick
building COxIOO feet. They employ fifteen
to sixteen hands constantly, and the ad
vantages they enjoy enable them to com
pete successfully with any rival market.
Their work has withstood a long test.
T. C. CHURCHMAN, TWENTY- FOURTH AND .1
STREETS, WACONMAKER, MANUFACTURER,
BLACKSMITH, ETC. '.'
" Mr. Churchman makes wagons, and
does all kinds of wagon- work. Keeps
wagons on hand for sale, both new
and second-hand. ' He is patentee of
and makes the Granger horse-power,
which is one of the best and cheap
est in market for farm use. He 'goes
into the country anil makes all kinds of
needed repairs to machinery, etc., j and
bores wells very extensively. He also
i does general blacksmithing, and shoes
i horses cheaper than any other man in the
HARD WARE VARIETY.
Pence-Wire— Belting— Ho3S— Iron
tSec Agricultural Implements ; Hardware; Tools.!
HUNTINGTON, HOPKINS AND CO., WHOLESALE
HARDWARE DEALERS, X, BETWEEN SEC
OND AND THIRD STREETS.
[See agricultural tools ; woodenwaro; cutlery;
sportsmen's goods ; tools ; bouse, g"*s. steam and
carriage fittings; brass iroods ; cordage ; ship
The house of Huntington, Hopkins &
Co., as referred to in several departments
of this review, keeps the largest stock of
hardware in the State of California, con
sisting of house hardware, house trim
mings and fittings, locks, tools of all
grades, and every imaginable article of
hardware that is called for by the coast
trade, in ■ packages and case's ready for
shipment, and with ample simples exposed
on shelf; also handles in variety for all
tools, heavy and light ; also full lines of
iron-workers' supplies, and all light and
heavy grade hardware, locks, house fittings
and trimmings, horse shoes, axles, springs,
machine -bolts, lag screws, etc., heavy rod
iron, sheet-iron, from one-half inch in
thickness and 50 by 14-4 in size, to sheets
of the least thickness and smallest size
made; "galvanized and black sheet-iron ;
also, all kinds of gas and water
pipe "in bundles ; Norway iron,
shoe-shape, Swedish iron, Norway clip,
round, square, oval and half oval ;
tire-steel, plow-steel, spring and blister
steel, drill-steel, German lay-steel, cast
steel, and all varieties of flat and square tool
steel ; punched, strap and track iron ; hoop
and strap iron, bundle, band . iron, etc.
Barbed fence-wire of all varieties is kept
in full stock, also fittings, wire-cloth,
and every other variety and kind of iron
goods known to the most extensive trade.
, BAKER & HAMILTON,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN BARBED
rE.VCE-WIKE, BELTING, IIO=E, ETC.
SACRAMENTO AND SAN FRANCISCO*
[See hardware ; agricultural implement.- and larm
- /• . machinery.]
The "great agricultural implement and
hardware house of Baker & Hamilton, be
sides dealing in farm-machinery, hardware,
tools, etc., deals specially in the best qual
ity of barbed fence-wire, particularly the
quadrated barbed wire, admittedly the
best in use; also the annealed baling-wire.
The bouse is in constant supply also of bal
rope, belting of leather and rubber of all
kinds, and rubber hose.
WORKERS IN WOOD.
Boxes Planing Mills— Sash— Doors -
Blinds — Moldings — Turning —
-»-.<.! Tubs— Pails— Etc.
[See Ivory lußSF.it.j
PIONEER BOX FACTORY— COOKE AMI SON —
SACRAMENTO, ALTA, NEWCASTLE, VACA
VILLE, LOS ANGELES. '*',■'
The Pioneer Box Factory, the most ex
tensive in the interior if not in the State,
occupies a two-story brick basement 73 by
04 feet, corner of Front and M streets,
Sacramento. It has the latest styles of
improved machinery for all kinds of box
work and all machinery for printing in
colors in wood, an art Cooke & Son prac
tice to perfection. The capacity* of the
home works is $,000 fruit boxes per ten
hours. .The house was established in 1874.
In the spring of IS7S, to accommodate the
mountain trade, branch works were erected
at Newcastle, Placer county. In February,
1870, a manufacturing branch was put up
at Alta, Placer county, in answer to the
heavy demands upon the capacity of the
factory at Sacramento. This branch has
recently been much enlarged. Branches of
the factory have been established at Vaca
ville, Solano county, and at Los Angeles.
The factory competes with ease with all
rivals in other places, its nearness to the
mountain lumber supply, and the dryness
of the climate at .Sacramento, rendering
the boxes best for all climates and
vastly superior to those made in most
climates. Boxes are shipped to San Diego,
Los Ange'es, Tulare, Fresno, San Bernar
dino, Calaveras, Tuolumne, Alameda, San
Joaquin, Santa Clara, Amador, El Dorado,
Placer, Sutter, Batte, Tehama, I Solano,
Yolo, Yuba, N'a[»a, and to Virginia City, ,
Nev., and Salt Lake,' Utah and other
points. Nearly 3,000,000 feet of mountain
lumber was used by the factory last season.
The business of the firm led it in 1877 to
examine into the origin and habits of the
codling moth or apple worm, which has
proved so terribly destructive to our fruit
interests. The result has been a thorough
investigation, which has placed the
Cookes anion!: the most prominent of the
benefactors of horticulture. .The firm Eells
its own improved boxes and crates, notably
the "Challenge Crate." They are agents
for Geo. .W. Swan U Co. 'a, San Francisco,
grape and berry baskets. - The location of
the. factory is admirable, being upon, the
water and railroad front, by which a saving
of at least $1 per thousand feet of lumber
is made. It has furnished four fifths of the
boxes and crates for . fruit and vegetable
shipment 'from Sacramento, and for ? the
fruit shipped overland.
NICHOLS AND CO., CORNER OF SECOND AND
'".' '-"- t ! Q STREETS.' ", '." "
.- This firm is engaged solely in the manu
facture of tubs,- kits, pails, f washboards,
buckets, etc. - The factory has been estab
lished since lSsfi. . It is the largest estab
lishment of the kind upon the Pacific
coast, occupies an area of .85x150 feet, and
employs j thirty-five men constantly. ' It
does no retail < business whatever. J The
leading business houses of San Francisco,"
Sacramento, Stockton, i Marvsville, S San
Jose, Victoria, Virginia 1 "- City -, and 2 Los
Angeles are the principal.-agencies through
which its goods are disposed of. As an evi
dence of the extent of this business, they
say v that they have shipped' immense con
signments to Mexico, ; British jj Columbia,"
she Sandwich Islands, Oregon and Austra
lia. The well-known advantages of Sacra-;
mento are the reasons why this factory
has been so ; eminently successful. The
business, of the firm during the past
year has largely incrtasfd. The production
of pails, tubs and washboards alone
amount to about 28,000 packages — a dozen
articles to each package. .
'.SACRAMENTO PLAXINC HILL.
This mill is one of the largest in the
State located in Sacramento, at the coi
ner of Q and Front streets. Its appliances
comprise all the most modern improve I
machinery, and its facilities for taming out
every variety of door, gash, blinds, mold
ings, brackets, turning, window and door
frames of every description, and orna
mental scroll work, are unsurpassed, while
the tracks of the Central Pacific Railroad
run within a few feet of its doors, afford
ing every advantage for transportation. It
was entirely destroyed by fire in 1575, but
j was soon rebuilt. Its main building is
now 200 feet square, two stories high, with
wing 25x75. A 4O hcr=e-po\ver steam en
gine furnishes the motive power, and is run
entirely by fuel supplied by the various
machines. Its yearly consumption of ram
ber approximates 750,000 feet, and its an
nual pay-roll ranges between §20,000 and
123,000. It has extensive lumber sheds,
in which a large ami assorted stock is
stored, in order to have it seasoned and
ready for immediate use. Its proprietors
are practical mechanics', familiar with ev
ery detail of the business, and, devoting'
to it their entire attention, have won for
their establishment a high reputation for
the excellence of its productions.
DOORS, WINDOWS, ETC.— WIIITTIER, FULLER
AND CO., SECOND STREET, BETWEEN J
The house of Whittier, Fuller & Co.
have removed their stock from 5S J street
to their new and commodious store-rooms
in the Orleans building on Second street,
between J and X, a description of which
is given in another part of this review.
They keep constantly on hand an ex
tensive supply of all kind of doors,
windows, etc., manufactured with a special
view to fill the requirements of the trade
for the interior and transmontane regions,
which depend upon this central point for
these supplies. Their stock of doors,
sashes, blinds, etc., are all manufactured
from thoroughly- and best quality
of sugar pine, and in the most approved
manner of workmanship, White glass is
used for glazing windows, and the blinds
sold by them are painted in their own es
tablishment, and both branches specified
being done under the personal supervision
of the firm., They also carry a full line of
window weights, sash-cord, pulleys, e^c,
and have the most ample facilities to
handle and supply at shortest notice all
orders and demands of the trade that can
possibly be made upon them, and at the
lowest attainable rates.
TELEGRAPH PLANING MILL. .
Messrs. Pearson, Amsden & Burnett are
the proprietors of this establishment, which
occupies ground room SOxIOO feet in ex
tent at Twelfth and J streets. The mill is
a two-story frame structure, OOxSO feet ; is
operated by steam and is supplied with all
the modern machinery required to turn out
the best and greatest amount of work.
They do all kinds of planing, scroll work,
etc., and manufacture doors, window frames,
sashes, blinds, etc., equal to the best to be
found anywhere. The Telegraph Mill was
established in 1870, and its progress in
business has been most rapid and substan
tial. During the mill year it was kept
running actively. Messrs. Pearson & Co.
make a specialty of supplying the interior
at all points, which they claim to be able
to do on a par with the most favored houses
on the coast. Aside from the heavy busi
ness carried em with the interior,, the local
demand for their work has been very great.
The large number of fine buildings erected
here in recent years created a heavy drain
upon the capacities of this mill, which,
however, have all been met with dispatch.
PLUMBING, GAS FITTING,
[See Tlswark; STOVES ]
HUNTINGTON, HOPKINS AND CO.— IRON PIPE
AND GAS FITTINGS.
[See hardware ; ship chandlery ; tools ; coal ; sports
men's goods ; cutlery ; cordage ; carriage and
house fittings, etc.] ~ •
The bouse of Huntington, Hopkins &
Co., besides the great variety of goods
kept by them as described elsewhere in
this review, keeps constantly in stock a
great quantity of iron pipe in packages
ready for delivery, such as gas, water and
steam pipe, wrought-irou lap-welded, and
from one-quarter to four inches in diameter,
in both black and galvanized iron. These
packages and bundles, each bear the
manufacturers metal tag with the stamped '
guarantee as to quantity, quality and di- ■
mensions. ' The house keeps also gas fit- '
tings of every variety, and a full line of
brass goods. *>j
BCSn's PLUMBING AND GAB-PITTING HOUSE.' !
. One of . the most enterprising of our
young merchants is George T. Bush, whose
place of business is at 324 J street. Mr.
Bush imports direct from Eastern manu
facturers, and in his store can be found the
latest and most desirable patterns in gas
fixtures and plumbing wares. During the
past season his business has increased
fully one hundred per cent., which proves
that fairdealingandfirst class workmanship
is recognized. Many of the elegant new
residences that have been built the past
summer have been furnished by this house.
Trade from " the interior has greatly in
creased in this special line, and new orders
from various parU of this State, Nevada
and the Territories find their way here.
Sacramento is fast becoming a distributing
point for these goods. The newest styles
of gas-hangings, in which much art has re
cently been displayed, are in stock at this
house ; also the new popular gas stoves of
latest pattern. All the line styles of shades
and standards are had by Mr. Bush as fast
as they come to the front. . j
J. J. OLEASON, PLUMBER AND GAS-FITTER,
700 X STREET.
Mr. Gleason has been in business twenty
seven years in Sacramento, has done work
in nearly every northern county, and the
stamp of his handiwork is upon a great
number of the public and prominent
buildings of . the interior. His line
is gas-fitting ami plumbing, steam
fitting, etc. - The', capacity of his estab
lishment is equal to any demands, and
he is recognized as turning out only first
class Work. He 'is : himself a practical
plumber . and gas-fitter, and personally
supervises all the) work, and allows his
name to attach to < nothing which he ' can
not 'guarantee. I He reports that his busi
ness during 1879 ha? steadily increased
and the area of | his tiade been extended.
People of the interior have discovered that
they can come or | send to this city and
order", their Tjltunbing, _ brass and copper
work, gas-fitting, muge-s*Uing, etc:, better
than can be done by the workmen of any
rival market. •'.,- v ' ■ -V.",
A. M, SMITH, PLUMBING AND ('AS FITTING
•*i'i^:fi 510 X STREET., ' '
';: Mr. Smith is a practical and experienced
workman in all .the branches of his busi
ness.'.He uses nothing but the best ma
terials, which he bays from first hands, and
enjoys the reputation of doing first-class
work in all cases. | He fills orders through
out the interior, and keeps a large number
of .thorough workmen busily', employed
His work jis done promptly and satisfac
torily. _ His experience in the Sacramento
trade gives him peculiar facilities. "'•■••
H. H. PIERSON, DENTIST, 415 J- STREET.
Dr. Pierson came to this city in 1849,
and has been in successful practice of den
tistry here .since 1850, and at his present
quarters for the last twenty years. The
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doctor "is* provided with" the best imple
ments useful in his art, and in operative
dentistry in all its branches is entirely sue-'
eessful. He employs only the most"skill
ful assistants, who are 'competent to
perform the most difficult operations, j He
makes a specialty of correcting irregulari
ties of the teeth, and removing teeth of
children that are liable to injure the second
set. Teeth irregularly arranged or inter
fering with each other not only disfigure
but are liable to decay. All these, and
similar defects, the doctor treats with the
most perfect skill. A long experience ena
bles him to perform the severest operations
with the least possible pain to the patient. '
In the painless extraction of teeth, or other
operations, Dr. Pierson employs, with per
fect safety and success, nitrous oxide or
any other proper anaesthetic desired by the
WHEELER A.D WILSON MANUFACTURING
COMPANY, 017 J STREET.
In reviewing the sewing machine busi
ness of our State and immediate locality,
there cannot be passed by the wonderful
new No. 8 Wheeler & Wilson sewing ma
chine. The company having been before
the public upwards of twenty-five years,
adding each year new and important im
provements, it would seem that they had
at last readied the acme of perfection in
their new No. 8 machine. To see this
marvelous piece of sewing mechanism,
without any extra attachment, darn up a
hole or put on a patch, in any kind of ma
terial, is of itself a wonder ; anil when we
consider that a buttonhole attachment,
simple, practical and durable is about
ready for the new No. S. we may well ask,
" Will wonders ever cease." The company
works occupy an area of , over seven acres,
and employ over 1,000 operatives. Last
July their orders exceeded the capacity of
the company to fill over 85,000 ; and to
day it is impossible to procure machines
enough on this oast to supply
the "rapidly increasing demand. .Mr.
J. C. Bartlett, No. 20 . Geary
street, San Francisco, is the resident man
ager for the Pacific coast; and to his energy
and executive ability, the Wheeler & Wil
son Company owe the fact that their busi
ness has increased fifty per cent, under his
The Sacramento branch is under the M im
mediate supervision of Mr. K. H. Emery,
an expert in the use of the machine, and a
gentleman who guarantees satisfaction to
purchasers of this popular machine. Let
people call in upon, him at 017 J street,
Sacramento, and they will go away, feeling
that for ease 1 of operation, beauty of
construction, finish, adaptability to a
greater range of work than any other, it is
as claimed the best sewing apparatus in the
world. The Mechanics' b tore of this city
is now running fifteen No. S's, by steam
power, and the machines are giving perfect
satisfaction to that exacting house. It is
worth while to devote an hour to a visit to
the agency on J street, and verify what is
THE SINGER SEWING MACHINE AGENCY,
E. B. PALMER, MANAGER. .
The. Singer Sewing Machine Company
can bear testimony to the advantages of the
Sacramento market. The branch agency is
at 411 J street. The immense popularity
of this machine is shown by the fact that
during the year just closed their already
enormous sales increased fully 30 per cent.,
and were checked only by the supply of
machines running out — the demand ex
ceeding the supply. The Sacramento branch
establishment, under, the superintendence
of Mr. E. B. Palmer, controls the following
counties, viz : Sacramento, Yolo, Colusa,
Sutter,' Yuba, Placer, Butte, El Dorado and
Amador. His canvassing agents visit every
town and almost every house in these
counties. Tnis company continues to sell
on easy monthly installments. The fea
tures of this machine need not be here de
scribed in detail ; suffice it to say it com
bines every device' and improvement which
experience, money and skill can add. The
Sacramento agency will in a few days have
in hand a full stock of the new machines of
the Singer Company, with important im
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
CLARENCE NELSON, 32" X STREET, ADJOIN-
ING THE TOSTOFFICE,
Is acknowledged to be among the best
manufacturers of fine carriage harness on
the Pacific coast. ■ The vaquero saddles
turned out by him rival those of any like
establishment, and their merits are known
and appreciated in all quarters of the
State, as is evidenced by the orders re
ceived daily. This house was established
in 1852 by the late A. T. Nelson, and has
built up a. business which has acquired an
enviable reputation throughout California
•and Nevada and contiguous Territories.
Fair dealing with all classes of customers
has been the motto, of this house from its
commencement. He keeps a. general as
sortment of harness and saddles (hand
made), plain and : ornamented with silver
plating and inlaid work ; -Mexican bits and
spurs, riatas, j whips, robes, blankets, etc.
Nelson makes a specialty of fine buggy and
carriage . harness, and makes to order
complete vaquero outfits. -_ He uses only
the best stock and employs none but first
S. ROTH, harness AND saddlery, Cl 9 k
" Mr. Roth is one of the oldest of manufac
turers, and all. the work turned out from
his extensive shops has especial value
among purchasers. -He has recently moved
from J to X street and enlarged the capac
ity of his works. He imports direct, fills
orders- for the trade to any extent, and
manufactures to order. He. keeps -con
stantly on hand a full stock of harness and
saddlery supplies at rates lower than can
be had in the San Francisco market.
JACOB griesel, 1,022 J ST.
Mr. Griesel is one of the pioneer harness
makers of Sacramento ; is a thoroughly
skilled workman ; manufactures to order
for the trade, and at the same time has a
large local business. He keeps in constant
supply harnesses, saddlery, harness hard
ware, whips, blankets, buggy furnishings,
horse equipments, etc. His workmen, un- ,
der his own supervision, turn out products '
that are known to be as good as are made
in the market. Mr. Griesel's establish
ment is commodious, and located admira
bly for the trade. ■
FIRE INSURANCE/REAL ESTATE.
l. c. chandler's agency-. •
L. C. Chandler, 227 J street, is one of
the most experienced real estate agents in
interior California. He is a property owner
and skilled in valuations of real property.
He does a general real estate business, sell
ing, buying, ; renting aud collecting. . No
one is better qualified to act in this market
than Mr. Chandler. He is also agent for
the American, Pennsylvania and ' North
American Fire Insurance Companies, all
of Philadelphia. He attends in person to
all insurance business, and gives especial
attention to this business. His office is the
headquarters for general information re
garding the real estate market.
Restaurant General Variety—
and Extracts— Carriage Trimmer-
Cordage— Yankee . Notions
|; Ivory and Wood Turner.
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"TONEY'S," THIRD, BETWEEN J AND X
." Toney's" is one of the institutions of
the city. * It is a well-appointed all-day
and all-night restaurant. -' Besides, it has
large dining-rooms, and every • facility for
! laying banquets for large or small parties.
1 In addition to the large kitchen . is j a gas- ■
fitted oyster counter. The restaurant has :
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three pnblic dining-rooms and a number of
private, supper and lunch rooms. The ser
vice is first-class, and every delicacy of the
market • is at . command of the patrons of
the restaurant. ..... : ".
HUNTINGTON', 1 : HOPKINS AND CO. — GENERAL
HARDWARE DEALERS, X STREET, BETWEEN
SECOND AND THIRD STREETS. " ', '.'
[See cordage ; . carriage, gas and steam fittings ;
house hardware; tools; coal; sportsmen's goods ;
firm tools ; cutlery, etc.] ' . -i
: In -addition to the description of agricul
tural tools, iron, gas fittings, coal, house
and hardware, heavy hardware, cordage,
sportsmen's goods, cutlery, etc., described
in the various departments of this review
as kept by Huntington, Hopkins & Co., it
is proper to briefly refer to the line of un
classified goods kept by them, such as tacks,
fancy nails, pyramidal coils of rubber and
leather beltings rising from floor to ceiling,
chains of all descriptions, ship chandlery in
full variety, headlights, lanterns, steam
whistles, thermometers, horse shoes, bolts,
fancy screws, all grades and kinds of fuse
and blasting powder, and implements and
agencies used by miners ; also, a full line of
wooden ware, pails, tubs, brooms, etc., and
rubber hose of all sizes and qualities.
15. B. SCOTT AND SON, CORN'EII TWENTY
FIR.ST AND I STREETS.
This establishment manufactures the
celebrated California Yeast Cakes, which
are far superior to any other found upon
the coast, and are gaining an immense
popularity and trade. They also manufac
ture flavoring extracts of all varieties,
which for purity and quality are not ex
celled^and are to be found in all the prin
cipal groceries in the coast States and Ter
ritories. Their trade has greatly increased
during the past year.
HUNTINGTON, HOPKINS AND CO. CORDAGE.
[See agricultural tools; hardware; wooden ware;
coal ; cutlery ; sportsmen's goods ; tools , house
hardware ; kitchen utensils ; carriage fittings.]
The house of Huntington, Hopkins &
Co., X street, between Second and Third,
the departments of which are described in,
the various places of the review, keeps
every kind of cordage known to the trade,
from finest cord to the heaviest cable.
Also, all kinds of sportsman's lines,' nets,
and twines of all grades usual to the trade
of the coast.
"Yankee notions " is a very comprehen
sive term. In order, however, to compre
hend what Yankee notions means, a visit
should be made to that department of the
Mechanics' Store, all the twelve depart
ments being separately noticed in this an
nual review.' The department includes all
kinds of Yankee notions known to this
trade, such as soaps, stationery, pocket
goods, ' novel personal utensils, blushes,
combe, pocket-cases, a full line of pocket and
other cutlery, perfumery, portemonnaies,
purses and a variety of like goods far too
numerous to be classified now. These and
all other goods of the store are forwarded
par order to any section in any large or
[See dry goods ; methods of business ; hats and
caps ; boots and shoes ; millinery ; fancy goods ; fur
LEONARD KELLOGG, 819-821 J STREET.
Nowhere in the interior of California is
there an establishment of this character of
such variety in retail trade, which also
does a wholesale business. Kellogg is a
manufacturer of and dealer in plain,
stamped and ' planished tinware; also a
dealer in hardware, all kinds of stoves,
house-furnishing goods, fanners and min
ers' tools, pumps, lead and gas pipe, sheet
iron and copper wire furniture, lamps,
locks, agricultural tools, oil, black lead,
tallow, crockery, glassware, gas hangings,
clocks, etc., etc.
N. W. ROBBINS, CARRIAGE TRIMMER, EIGHTH
AND X STREETS.
Mr. Bobbins commenced business here
nineteen years .>>, and is one of the many
early business men of Sacramento who
have never, lost faith in it as a center of
trade. His experience is that people of
the interior recognize the fact that they
can have carriage trimming done, wagon
and buggy tops made, seats cushioned," etc.,
cheaper and better here than elsewhere, in
proof of which fact he points to his numer
ous orders from the country.
W. EBERIIARDT, 002 X STREET, •
Near Sixth, takes the lead in fine wood and
ivory turning in Sacramento and the inte
rior. He fills all orders in conformity with
designs furnished, and displays great skill
in working up ivory, wood, etc., into de
sired articles. All work of this descrip
tion he can do at cheaper rates than are
asked in San Francisco. He also deals in
guns and pistols, of which he has a choice
tuck, and is importer of the rare Prussian
guns and the best meerschaum goods.
A distinguished Scientist once said: "No
man with a strong, healthy stomach ever
committed suicide," yet many suffer ,the
torments of the damned with dyspepsia,
when a single bottle of Dr. Mintie's English
Dandelion Liver and Dyspepsia Pills
will give relief, and, if persisted in, cure the
worst case of this distressing trouble. This
pill cures torpid liver,' biliousness, sallow
complexion, foul breatn, sick headache, heart
burn, pain in side and back, removes pimples
from the face, regulates the bowels, is sugar
coated and guaranteed purely vegetable. It
acts directly on the coating of the stomach
and on the liver ; is suited to any climate,
wet or dry weather. Beware of imitations ;
genuine has cut of lion on outside wrapper.
Price, 50 cents. Sold by all druggists. H. C.
Kirk & Co., Sacramento, Wholesale Agents.
Hon- to Save Money. '
Instead of going to a doctor, if you have
Bright's Disease, Diabetes, pain in back and
loins, smarting, inflammation, calculi, brick
dust deposit, or any trouble of the kidneys
or bladder, buy a bottle of Dr. Mintie's
Nephreticdm," the great JBucku Compound.
It is the best prescription " ever compounded
for these trouble-*. Abrams 4 Carroll, Whole
sale Druggists, say : " We regard Nephretieum.
an the best Kvlneg and Bladder Remedy in the
market."- Woodward, Druggist. Portland.
Oregon, says: "Everybody speaks highly of
it." Childs, Druggist, Portland, says : "Sold,
lots of it ; it always does the work." . Many
have be*n cured of obstinate kidney com
plaints after j the doctors gave them up.
Sold by all druggists. Price, SI 25; H. C.
Kirk ft Co., Sacramento, Wholesale Agents.
There have been more cures of seminal
weakness, nervous debility paralysis made
by the wonderful English remedy, Sir Astley
Cooper's Vitjal Restorative, than by all other
remedies combined. Why will you surler?
Send to A. E. Mintie, M. D., No. 11 Kearny
street, San Franeisdo, for the Restorative, and
be j cured. Price, S3 per bottle ; four times
'H« onantitv. $10. Try a bottle.
&ENERAL NOTICES. V r
In vain the eye. are tilled with light;
In vain the cheek with beauty glows,
d£ Unless the teeth are pure and white.
Unless the breath is like the rose ;
And SUZODON alone supplies
-" . These beauties that we all so prize. -"'
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. : To Those Who Wish to Ma ve Removed
permanently supeiHuous Hair, Freckles, Liver
•pots, Black. Worms, Molds, etc., I will send a
Recipe that will cure you, free of charge. - This
great remedy was discovered by PROF. E. HINNA,
the great Chemist and East India Plant Discoverer.
This cat discovery is guaranteed not to injure the
skin in any way whatever. Send a self-addressed
envelope to V. POPPER (General Agent lor the
United States and Canada), Postomce, San Fran-
cisco, Cal. . , -.-. d26-2plm ;
John Hector. formerly of the Lafayette.
can be found at tbe Capital Colonade, Tenth street,
bet. J and X. .- The best liquors and cigars, dl? lin
" Consomme, - at '. the Forrest '." every
evening from 8 to 12 - •■''■-r-r- — ; ---■■■- n", ," 1m -
- Dr. la Mar's Seminal Pills • rare ■ all
cases of Seminal Weakness, Loss of Vigor, Noc*
-urnal Emissions, Impotency, Nervous and Physi-
cal Debility, ancLall that class of complaints arising
I from Excess, Indiscretion or Abuse. The old find in
1 this remedy A FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH, and the
j young a safeguard and protection. Da. La Mar's
: Sssti.v ai, Pills restore the Sexual Organs, debilitated
j from whatever cause, to their pristine vigor. '. Price,
$2 50 per bottle. Sent C. O. D. by express to any
} address, secure from observation. Address all orders
| to A. McBOYLE & CO., Druggists, P. O. Box 1,952,
- San Francisco. jylS-Gai
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"HO FBIERDSBIP IN TSADE"
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No truer axiom has ever been repeated, and
comes hone with more telling truth than the words
quoted as above. The masses who have Cash in
hand will go where they can buy the cheapest, i .
When people/pinched with hard times, and whose
Cash is light, see these matchless prices that appeal
at once to their own interests, they seek to know
WHY and HOW we have gained such mastery over
all our competitors. We are ready and willing to
tell the secret, for it is no hidden truth :
We Sell Only for Cash!
We have no thousands of dollars idling and.
r-jtt in a musty ledger, locked at night in brass-
bound safes. No accounts ready to give to the
Constable, for fear of their being outlawed. \ No
Collectors running after you, day and night, pur-
suing you, as housebreaker or a villain: 'but for
every article we sell we obtain CASH DOWN —
ready at "a moment's notice to tase advantage of
any bargain that requires the SOLID CASH. ; .
Purchased FOIC CASH at a (losing; Sale,.
A choice lot of Imported European
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CLOAKS AND DOLMANS!
comi-r sing: , :
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Beaver Cloaks at $5 Each.
DESCRIPTION— Pockets and Cuffs trimmed with
Sitin and Whalebone Fringe ; Arabian braid, with •
Beaver Cloaks at $6 Each.
DESCRIPTION— MaItese Binding and Jet Orna-
ments np the back ; Gothic Scalloped Cuffs, and
Pockets edged with Satin. ; . < i
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Black Beaver Cloaks at $6 50.
DESCRIPTION— binding: up the back;
finished with Whalebone Ornaments; Pockets and g
Cuffs trimmed in Silk, Velvet and Bullion Fritge, \
edged with Satin.
Better Quality BeaTer at $7 50.
(Trimmed same as above.) >,
Castor Beaver Cloaks at $9 50.
DESCRIPTION— EIegantIy trimmed with Pekin -
Striped Satin, and Heavy Whalebone Fringe, with S
Ornaments. . ' .'.- '':' .t.
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Beaver Cloaks at $10 Each
DESCRlPTlON— Magnificently trimmed, in 2 inch
folds of Satin down the back, finished with orna-
ments ; Cuff* and Pockets trimmed with bands of
. Velvet and Satin, and Superb Whalebone Fringe.
t3~ The above description Is given for
those living at a distance, so that in
ordering a fair Idea or our Goods is ob- •
tamed. ' 'i
One Hundred other styles always on
hand,' and every Cloak a bargain and an
advertisement for our bouse.
„ . WE HAVE ALSO A CHOICE LOT OP
i; DRESS GOODS ! ii
-1 Case, I) yards wide, fßonrettes (all colors), at 25-
-cents a yard ; good value at 75 cents
20 Pieces Fancy Novelties, at.... J2J cents
16 Pieces Mixed Novelties, at to* cents
49 Pieces Silk Striped Plaids, at .......25 cents
10 Pieces 40-in. Colored Cashmeres, at 48 cents
; I3T Samples ■- sent ' on application. Address:
" SAMPLE . DEPARTMENT,"
• ; v No. 600 J STREET,
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. Southeast Corner Mxth Sacnnoiav
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