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THE DAILY RECORD-UNION.
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question. He read the law which proposed to be
repealed, and then read from the remarks of Oliver
Wendell Holmes, who said that nine cases out of ten
were killed by mcd.cine. He proceeded to demon
strate that the Uw was clearly unconstitutional
lie said under the law the biggest ra%cal can remain
out of practice one year and then be whitewashed.
This Board la a tribunal outside of the law, which
tries men with impunity. Tiny can issue subpei a-.
Think el a doctor's clerk authorised to issue sub
penis and bring men before them, it provides that
where a person das practiced for twenty Tears, if he
is guilty of whut the; call unprofessional conduct,
his certificate is taken away. It is unconstitu
tional. It is depriving a man of his property
without due process of lax. lie had a
case in point where a man was expelled
for presuming to consult at the bedside of a sick
person with a bomeopathlgt. , That was all ; and it
has been declared by the allopaths t . be unprofes
sional for one of their number to consult with a
homeopath at the bedside of a sick person. The law
does not define what is unprofessional ; but these
doctors fix it themselves. And one of the men who
sit in judgment on that case has since been con
victed of putty larceny. It is one of the most dan
gerous laws ever placed on the statutes. It is wrong,
it 8 unconstitutional, and ou,-ht t ■ be wiped from
the books. It won't do to act without an examina
tion of the law. Let every man look into it. The
most flagrant injustice has been perpetrated under
it. Who needs any protection 1 The Penal Code is
sufficient lo protect any person against quacks.
RKMAKKS OF Ma. MAT.
Mr. Mat replied. He said Mr. York hid been
consistent, but Mr. Tyler had not, He was a famous
stickler lor the doctrine that a lawyer is better
qualified for a Judge than ■ bootblick. He has
turned right round He said if it was unconsti
tutional there Is no need of repeal. But the law
has been sustained by the new Supreme Court. It
Li not a new question. He claimed that Mr. York
was mistaken in regard to the law. The amended
Act applies only to quacks in the true sense of the
ward, and was on! f to compel itinerant venders of
drugs to pay a license. The law recognizes three dis
tinct medical families, which include all the medical
theories, so that there is no man in the State who is
competent to treat disease! who cannot get a licence,
provided he is of good moral character. Noth
ing in the Act will prevent th« natural
doctors or the midwires from doing their duty
Jesus of Nazareth can come and moisten the clay
and anoint their eyes again without let or hin
drance so far as this law is concerned. 'He defined
a quack as ■ man who don't know whether the brain
is located at the top or at the base of the spinal
column. He s:<id the saying of Oliver Wendell
Holmes was .1 witticism at an after-dinner speech,
when the wine was flowing. There is no comparison
between medical practice and surgery. One is far
above the other. Medicine is a, science ; surgery is
Mr. Cook said people bad formed their opinions
from the working of the law, and it Ins given gen
eral satisfaction. He had heard no fault found, and
ho would uphold the law until it proves a bad law.
He wanted the House to < ome to a vote.
Mr. Mor&b move 1 the previous question which
was ordered. The ayes and Does were ordered, and
on the call of the roll the motion to strike out the
enacting clause was carried by a vote of '66 to 34.
The following business was transacted :
Assembly Bill No. 220— An Act prohibiting public
officials from entering into any contract, on the part
of the public, covering a longer period of time than
their term of «.fli-*e — amended.
Assembly Bill No 97 — Act to prohibit the sale
of intoxicating liquors in the State Capitol building —
Assembly Bill No. 09 -An Act to amend Sections
EM and 633 of the Political Code, relative to life in
surance—passed. ' • '
Assembly 8.1 l No. 72— Act to fix the official
bun-Is of certain public officers of cities contiinins;
more than 100,000 inhabitants. Lost by a vote of 33
ayes to 41 noes.
Assembly Joint. Resolution No. relative to pro
curing an appropriatijn for the construction of a
breakwater in tho harbor of San Luis Obispo.
Assembly Joint Resolution No. C -relative to pro
curing a Congressional appropriation of 8100,000
for the purpose of improving Petaluma, creek for
the purposes of navigation. Adopted.
Assembly Bill No. 58— An Act t.» amend Section
3788 of the Political Cede, relative to tax deeds. Be
Assembly Bill No. 215— Act to encourage the
destruction of certain wild animals, and to provide
for a bounty for the flame. Rejected.
The Assembly at 10:30 adjourned.
The Assembly Committee on Education held a
meeting, at whk-h the subject of Normal Schools
ttap luiiy discussed.
Mr. Do! V'al of I/>s An(feles represented the in
terests of that section of the Stnto, and ur;?ed the
eatablisliment of a Xonnal Si-hool at Los Angrele*,
and would also favor another in the no: them part
of the State.
Mr. Sweetlandof Nevada county spoke strongly
of the claims of Nevada City as to centrality and cli
Mr. Carr of Yuba also favored Neva 1 1 City, and ;«
delegation was present from that place to farther
represent such interests.
Mr. Bass of Shasta wanted to sec a Normal School
in the northern portion of the State, but ursred the
location at Ileddiug, an 1 opposed Chic > as malarial
Mr. BroA'T of Sonoma also indorsed the represen
tations favorable to Nevada City, but at the same
time presented the location of Santa Rosa as the
most eligible and central for a section of about five
counties in that portion of th« State, and with a
committee from that city submitted plans of a build
ing already erected and suittd to purposes for a
Dormal school, which with grounds would be deeded
to the State on condition of the State establishing a
normal school at that place.
The.matter of rebnllrllng :it San Jose was not con
sidered beyond the fact generally conceded by the
committee of the necessity for an appropriation fur
that purpose. Another meeting of the committee
will be held next Tuesday eveninc
Several etimmittees which were to have met last
evening failed to do so on account of an evening ses
sion held iv both houses.
PSan Francisco Produce Market.
San Francisco, March sth— l p. m.
Flour — We quote the various brands a* fol
lows: Best City Extras, $6 50 Bakers' Extra,
S3 "5.3 li; Superfine, $4 l'-iS* ;J7 l ; interior
Extra, $5 37}<o:> 75; interior Superfine, $3 S£\
@4 1 2J ; Oregon Extra, $4 S7*<<*s 37J ; choice do, $5 M
@5 87 J; Oregon Superfine, S3 S7J»3 75 ; Walla
Walla Extra, $5 50 £5 8"! "si bbl. Purchasers of
round lota can obtain concessions on the above
Wheat -The Inquiry is good, but it is not urgent
©rough to cause any disturbance in values. Buyers
and Bellers both seem willing: to^reconcile their".
ftirent views, and as a result there is more business.
Sal . -9 to-day of 14,000 ells No. 1 shipping at SI 9a ;
1,400 choice milling:, delivered at Oakland, $1 95 ;
403 do, to a miller, $1 92} ; 5,000 do choice ling,
private; 1 350 do Rood shipping, $1 90; 350docoast,
$1 77i ; 600 do off grade, $1 75 V ctl. A purchase
of 3,8.0ct19 choice milling is reported to have been
made at Stockton at $1 ill} %< <'tl. We quote No. lat
SI 82J«tl 95 ; No. 2, $1 87J%1 90 f ctl.
Barlkv — Transactions are not very heavy, but
there is a better inquiry and a firmer feeling. Sales
today of Ufiski eood coast feed, 73|c ; 400 de do,
80c V ctl. For a tot of 250 sks choice Salinas feed,
80c was refused. Brewing is quotable at SS-«r;>7*c ;
food, 77J<£tSQo for coast and 80(gS2Jc ¥ ctl for bay ;
Chevalier, el 60 (sl 70 for choice bay and. sl3l 25
Oats— We note large arrivals from Washington
Tenitory this moraine: Sale on 'Change of 300 sks,
poor coast, $1 05; 850 do, Washington Territory,
$135$ ctl. We quote II mi bold at $1 1601 35 ;
; Coast, $1 i'l 25; Oregon and Washington Territory,
|l i ,ii;»l 35 ; Surprise, *1 40ur l 50 $ ctl.
Hat— Two car load i of fair and good cow sold at
10014 V ton re pecuvely. Cargo lots on the wharf
ran/c from S3 lo *12 60 %' ton.
Bbtter— Consignments pass into second hands
just IS fist as received. Prices continue firm at
26\ct27ic for good to choice; inferior to ordinary,
2i;<-i'-. inside rate for mixed luts from country
buj ers. New firkin Butter arrived to-day, quotable
at 21325 c V i!'. though we heard of no sales.
CUOU— California, 13<fl!14c; Eastern, 16@18c
Eoas— Dealers srenera',ly report a weak market at
17(j«lSc * dozen,
Wool — lots are constantly arriving, but
there is no market and prices are nominal.
Eastern and Foreign Markets.
; New York, March 6th.
B&XADSTUPFS— FIour is quiet, iuid Wheat is dull
and lo*er, say $1 43<!>1 43.
Wool -Ste >i>. 'S^gM
• BIOBB— Q lict, but firm.
iiAßtKT— Neglected. .
GKOcsaiKs— Kio Coffees are dull, }c lower ; .Re
fined Sugars are in steady demand, ana some grades
Fon<ADii:.piiiA. March s:h.
Wool. — The Wool market is firm, with an upward
tendency. Mediuai trades are higher. California,
fine, 40,'* 1 5c ; medium, 4&£45 c ; coarse, Ss(g4oc.
London, March sth.
Wool— To-night 6,700 bales of Wool were sold,
chiefly Adelaide and Capa, at full rates. The bid
ding "shows undimiuishcd spirit. The market is
Chicago, arch sth.
Wiibat— 25 . for April.
Baco.i— B6 70 lor short rib -'lea.
Pork— sll 87 •3U 90 for ApriL
Lak.d-.;, 22J®7 25 for April. Dull, and no busi
•V,.;.': Liverpool March sth.
Wheat- California, " 10s 7d(«l a id for average
and li- ld@lls 7d for club. Spot lots and floating
cargoes are arm ; arrivals off coast small ; cirgoea
on ius.-u.,'t fur shipment quiet and steady ; tone of
French country, markets is >teidy.
Clack, Judge, i
"/ "-' .„, ' Fmoat, Mirch 6th.
Estite of Belle S.odder, deceased— Order catered
fettling account of executor. , . .-..■.
The People ye. Francis Lamblett— Jury lrapan
neloil; case conUnaed to Mohdi;.
Janet Foreman vs. W. T. Forsm»n— Decree of d!
vorce in favur *'' plaintiff.
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The will of the late Dr. Toland has been
filed in Department ■ 9 of k the Superior
Court. The estate is valued at $230,000
»nd is left to Hugh H. Toluid, Jr., Mary
B. M. Toland said two daughters. - ■ (
; [SPECIAL IT TELEGRAPH TO TUB RBCOBD-CSIOK.] *
Washisgtox, March — Consideration was re
sumed of the Fitz John Porter bill, and Logan dis
cuss d two points— whether there was a battle at
Groveton August 29, lSe2, and whether there was
any force in front of Porter that day. He declared
that 6,000 to 8,000 men were ki led and wounded on
the 29th of August, and not more than two pieces of
artillery and a small force of cavalry faced Porter.
Logan believed he had stated the case fairly, and
had proved that Porter's disloyalty to his officers m
command had led to the disaster of the 29th and the
defeat of the 30th, in which we lost 30,000 men and
40 large guns. He quoted testimony to prove that
Porter said to the Court-martial stenographer,
" Well, 1 was not loyal to Pope— there is co denyi l'
that." McClellan had written three days after the
battle to Porter : " For my sake, and the country's
sake, be faithful to Pope." it was bad taste for
Southern Congressmen, who had fought us openly
and bravely, to restore a man whom we had kicked
out of our own army for misconduct. He protested
against rehabilitating Porter as a great crime and
extravagance, and an illegal proceeding. .
Carpenter got the flour, when the Senate ad
Washington, March — Carlisle introduced a
bill living t'le duties on sugar. Referred.
A bill was introduced by Ellis, to make rape in
the District of Columbia punishable with death.
De La M.ityr offered a resolution directing the
Census Committee to inquire into the advisability of
iakingtte census in Alaska. Adopted.
Vance, from the Coinage Committee, submitted a
report respecting the decimal system of weights and
measures for English-' peaking people. Ordered
The bill allowing the heirs of Albert Fuller to
apply for an extension of his faucet patent was de
Morrison, from the Ways and Means Committee,
reported the immediate transportation bill. Printed
After the morning hour the House went into
Committee of the While on the private calendar,
but finding no quorum rose.
McMabon, "from the Appropriation Committee,
reported a deficiency bill appropriating $OS_',GOO, of
which $400,000 is fur public printing.
Haselton, rising to correct the record," paid
Warner, in a speech to which be (Has. Hon) had re
plied yesterday, used the words " hospital pimps,"
which words were not on the record. His speech
would not be appreciated by bis constituents if
Warner's was mangled as it ordinarily was in the
Warner retorted that Ha«clton's had also been re
vised, which Hafe'ton denied.
■■ Warner said he was inclined to believe that it
would be better not to have revised his speech. It
was best as originally written. However, all the
members of the House altered their speeches.
Haselton said it was an old trick of '■' timer's to
strike out objectionable words when answers were
made to his t]>eeches, which he did not like.
_ Warner excitedly denounced this as a falsehood,
for which Haselton said he would hold him respons
Warner denied having applied the words *' hospi
tal pimps "to Government pet. si tiers, but to certain
claimants. He reproached Haselton with having not
been in the army, hut keeping close to Canada dur
hi); the war.
Haselton rejoined, asserting that Warner was
wounded early in the war, sought a pension early,
and his wound was in the back.
The Speaker here interrupted, and Warner said
he referred the House to his record in the army
without a blush. He made a vigorous assault on
Haselton, but the matter was dropped and the House
TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE.
Recorded March 4th.
Thomas Hague to E. W. Williams— Decemb r 13,
lS7(i; south 53 feet of east 60 feet of north half of
lot 5, J and X, Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets ;
E. W. Williams to Louis Plate— Mai eh 3d ; south
S3 feet of east 60 feet of north half of lot 5, J and
X, Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets.
Robert H. Florence to Julia Florence — March Ist :
northwest quarter of northwest quarter, and south
east quarter of northwest quarter of section — ,
township 7 north, range 6 east-
Mary Ann Callaban to Capital Savings Bank-
February 17th ; east half of lot 3, D and E, Twelfth
and Thirteenth streets.
Recorded Karcli sth.
Sylvester Tryon to Anna I. Atkinson — March Ist ;
lot 7. II ana I, Seventeenth and E ghteenth streets ;
Emma Stincer and EllaStincer to H. O Smith—
February 21st ; east half of lot 0, L and M Third
and Fourth streets.
Joseph Davis and wife to H. O. Smith— March
sth ; east half of lot 6, L and If, Third and Fourth
W. ii. fiawlings to T. J.Clunie— 4th ; south
west quarter of section 8, Uwnahip 7 north, ranjre 6
Sacrament} Bank to F. W. Fratt— January sth ;
west 75 feet of lot 5, J and X, First and Second
streets 67,1 00.
John Kleinhaus to F. W. Fratt— March Ist; south
half of west ball of let 8, I and J, Third and Fourth
streets ; $1,000.
AnD Dohertr to Mary Gallagher— March sth ; east
25 feet of north half of lot 7, M and N, Second and
Third streets ; $800.
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK SALES.
San Francisco, March 5, 1880.
' MORNING SESSION.
115O.»h'r 17J..e175i 410 Caledonia... l 30@l 25
100 Mexican..... 16} Silver Hill .iIgSS
160 O. SC s|i"."ji 65 Challenge 1 65
95Best& ..B 10J@10 80 Union 36Jf<i3Cl
80 California.. .3 50^3 85 150 New York 36<5400
25OSavag- 5 130 Occi '. ntal l(«i 05
160 Oon. Va. 3 6=i 30 Phil Sheridan. 20c
490Cho!lar sj(r>si WOO Andes 70@75c
51i)Potosi Wl .5 5) Lady Wash 70c
540O.Point 4i(*4 6"' 8 0 Wells-Far.o 5c
530 H. 4 N 63*6' 195 Scorpion 3 05(i*3
490 J-. ckot 9i«S2l 700 Leviathan. 10(nl5c
25Kentuck 3 10) 100 Ward 70
550 Belcher 12i(ai2J 200 Trojan 15c
130 Sierra Nev....22Jt* 21 60 Benton= 240
40 Utah 12 a 1 1 2 24 OG. Gate 75c
2940 Bullion 5@4 8 ) 3 ■■o Flowery 2 c
250 Exchequer. .3 40(«3 40 750 C. Dorado... l 43@1 40
50 ». Belcher 172 ; 120 Bonanza 45(a50c
30 Overman ($ 100 Fairfax 60c
140 Justice 1 30 « 135 500 M ckey 15c
65 Al a.... ...3 80! 500 Pioneer 10c
450 Julia 1 40i*l 361 50 Essex 1}
201 ay & Ely ..1 j 815 Tiptop 5
70 Jackson 2 65 Leeds 50e
11Eu.C0n.... 15 125 .King 6}
800 Leopard- 10c 675 Tiokb. 3
200Bohuont !5c 819 McClinton 90ajS5c
CHla isc t)4 ■ Sui<n mi t i@l C 5
70 B lie 15j 235 Biilwer..; a<<t9i
100 Manhattan. 1 31) 450 Syndics.;!- lj
Metallic 1 8j 401 (J.iodshaw 43c
20K.K.Con 3 760 M. Belle 2r<B2Cc
4.M Argenta 95@85c 12.10 Concordia 'o(*lsc
1565 Prize lSlKftil 645 Belvidere 3J@3 60
200Navajo It 600 Champion SHS6Oc
250 Ecd-jwm't 20c B>iOJ!sl ckha-» k. . .!Wctl 15
66Indepe d 116 100 South Bodie >0c
4!)5 Belle Isle 1 25 1105 Booker 85<K90c
•20. Day 40@45 6-10 So Standard . . .25C'i>30c
"-30 Albion 3Uc 1400 t;ueeo Bee 65c
Hillside.... 1 25@1 10 5 0 Mono a <§9
420 Paradise.... 1 20w i2O 60 Con Pacific 4
13.1 W les i lOtl liUßtler »Cc
125 W. Isle 25c +0 Uui.era ty 30<3.i0c
560 »L P0t05i ..... 4&3 95 560Uudley 7OC(i7sc
375 E. Mt.Diab.l 75 .1 1 7U 700 Jupiter 2 80@2 85
4) Bodie 8j lOOiIS. Hulwer. ..1 7C<*l 90
Bechtel 2 41-Kn'J 36 650 Add nda 9Oi<»3=c
I*so Orient sirfloc 50 Noonday 390
375 Mammoth...... 2 515 N. Noonday.... 3 90@4
450 stoa U@: 30 975 D Standard... 20
5350i0 2 lt<»l 85
The steamer China has been substituted
for the Granada on the next trip to Pana
ma, and will sail on Tuesday next. The
Granada will go into the dry dock to be
cleaned and painted.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES TO-MORROW.
Westminster Presbyterian Charon,
Sixth street, corner of L— Rev. H. H. Rice, pastor,
will preach at 10:45 A. si., after which the Lord's
Supper will be celebrated. At 7:30 p. v. the Chinese
Sabbath-school »i.i sivo public recitations and
song's. All are cordially invited.
Kingsley M. E. Church,
Fleventh street, between II and ' I.— Rev. J. E
Wicks, pastor. Preaching to-morrow at 10:15 A. H.
and 7:30 F. M. Sunday-school at 12:40 P. v. Praise
service at 6:30 P. M. :":?''«
On Sixth street, between I and J.— The pastor, Rev.
1. E. Dwinell, will preach to-morrow morning at
10:45 ; the Mis ionary Concert in the evening, begin-
ning at 7:30. The public are invited.
; Sixth Street M. E. Church,
Between X and L streets— Rev. Robert Bent-
ley, pastor. Services at 10:45, conducted by Kef.
Dr. J. Thompson, of Oakland. I The pastor will
preach in the evening, subject, " Mid-Lent, or Fasts
and Feasts " •
Eighth street, between N and 0. Preaching at It
a. M. and 7 r. M. by Professor Alex. Johnston, of
Oakland. . Sunday-school at 10 a. h. Seats free.
All invited. . , -.■■■.■ ■•
First Baptist Church.
The Evangelists DeWitt and Maxham will conduct
revival services in the First Baptist Church- to-mor-
row morning and evening. and ivery evening during
the week, except Saturday. , The unconveiud are
especially invited. Come early to get seat*, as the
house in crowed at every service. •
~fiMil£i Pioneer Hall.
' Mrs. P. W. Stevens will lecture on Sunday evening
at Pioneer Hall. Subject — "Immortality and the
lingers of Medium-hip." Lecture to commence at
T o'clock. ; ; .-. . .:*
The Annual Assembly of Sacra- •*_
mento Oommandcry, No. i, Knights Teni- Vf'.^Jjl"
plar,' will- be held at the Asylum THIS - I_V*s
("aturday) EVENING, ■at 7:30 o'clock, ?s P^|
for the tlection of Officers and other im- 5 l/\/\J
portant business. ..'. A fa 1 attendance is requested.
Sojourning Sir Knights are courteously invited to
attend. IBy order of . ■-< WII. M. Pi.TKIE, E. C. -
W. B. Davis. Reorder.; *_;•.■ n,r«-lt ;i":
?■ Bed Cloud , Tribe, \o. 4. Imp.^tes
O. R. ll. —^ ou are quested to be pres-^jSfC^
, nt at yonr next Com.cil Sleep, SUifDAY,^»*MJ™
March 7th, as busim-sa tf importance will
b* brought before the Tribe. By order of
. • >•;.■ • . , ■ : THE TRIBE.
T. J. Ciswzu, C. of R. ■•; \ ■ ; mr6-U [li. C] S.
Sacramento, March ' 4— By Rev. Chas. Taubner, at
the residence of ■ the officiating pastor, Jacob
Schmidt to Kate Mayer. ' "' ■■ ■■■ ;-v ■-: ■»•;
Coliwa, March 3— By W. 11. Brasficld, Justice of the
Peace, George W. Parkison to Sophia McKnijjht. (|
Santa Rosa, February 25— Wm. O. Cromwell to
• . Florence White. ,
Penrvn, February 22— Wife of M. Castello, a son.
Petaluma, February 28— Wife of Philip Waldorf,
a son. l
I'cu.umia, February 29— Wife of M. M. Robinson.
a son. - ■'■:'- '.-'•
Healiiabunr, Februaiy 22— Lorenzo Pina, 35 years.
Sonoma, afsrob 2— O. T. Pauli, 63 years.
Will Prevent and Cure Paralysis.
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EN-JOY* I» A <i«OD MCHIS BUT.
Poctii Lawrekcr (Mass.), April 30, 1577.
MR. li. H. STLVESS-Sir: Some five yens a;"
I commenced taking VEGETIXE. At that time I
had had a shock of Paralysis, and could not walk
across the room without a.- si- tai.ee. I found (.^ eat
relief from it at first, but discontinued the use of
ii again, and am now able to do my own work, and
am washing to-day. 1 had taken Urge quantities
of morphine, and was unabli) to Bleep. I hare found
VEUbITINE to be a great quieter of the nerve, and
after taking it have been able to enjoy a good Diirht'u
rest. I believe it to be a good medicine, and cheer-
fully recommend it to others.
A. S. ROBERTS.
No. 1 Kingston Court, Lawrence, Mass.
Kektousness, and all derangements of the nervous
eyEtem, are usually, connected with a diseased con-
dition of the blood. Debility is a frequent accom-
paniment. The first thing to be done is to impr vve
the condition of the blood. Thus is accomplished by
i tAking VEQMTIN'E. It \s a nerve- medicine, and
poflDcwiwi a controlling power over the nervouj
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H WE SEEN THE REMEDY TRIED,' AND KNOW
IT IS CCOa.
Nkwpokt (Xv), ADril 27, 1377.
11. R. STEVENS, Boston, Mass, Sir: Having
sold and recommended your mediciius for the last
thr.e years, perhaps you would ask why I should
recommend them. I will answer, by saying, that 1
£aw such beneficial results in a young friend who
has been affected with a disease for two years, J
which was brought on by his own imprudence;
and he had taken but one bottle when it showed its
power to successfully fight the evil, co that I have
always recommended it to young friends with bad
blood. Ii -you wish to use thia as reference, why, 1
say you can do so, as 1 have seen the remedy tried
and know it is good. I remain, yrmrg very respect-
fully, : G. M. MILLER,
Postoffice Box 478, Newport, Ky.
Vioktise. — For eradicatiig ail impurities of the
blood from the system, it has no equal. I It has
never failed to effect a cure, givintr tone and
strength to the system debilitated by disease. „
WILL CURE DROPSY AND DYSPEPSIA.
Walnut IJim.s, April Hi, 1877.
11. R. STEVENS, ESQ. : I have much pleasure in
informing you that, after seeing the perfect cure of
a three-years old case of Dropsy by a friend of mine,
I tried to get cured of an old trouble of mine,
Dyspepsia. The use of four bottles of VEGETIXE,
according to your directions, was a great success,
and 1 am free of m old enemy. The use of your
VEGEiIXK has effected a perfect cure. Respect-
fully yours, L. W. DAVIDSON,
Walnut Hi] 8, Cincinnati, O.
Veoetise.— It extends its influence into every
part of the human organism, commencing with its
foundation ; correcting diseased action, and restoring
vital powers, creating a healthy formation and
purification of the blood, driving out disease, and
leaving Nature to perform its allotted task.
APOTHECARIES RECOMMEND IT.
Cixcikxati, April 19, 1677.
MR. H. R. STEVENS, Boston, Muss.— Dear Sir:
I have sold during the past two yeara large quanti-
ties of your " VKGfcTINK," which hag given entire
satisfaction in all cases, not I earing of a single com-
plaint against it. Very truly ] ours.
K. U. ASHFIELT),
Druggist and Apothecary, southwest comer Central
Avenue and Eighth street, Cincinnati, O.
W UwiL H Si '2 Una
H. E. STEVENS, Boston, lass.
VEGETINE IS SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
H. C. KIRK & CO.,
WHOLESALE AGENT 5....... .. ..SACRAMENI O.
I'nlon Lodge, So. 21, A. O. I. W.. A^
will meet in their hall, corner of X and rp£%/!\
Sixth streets, TH IS (Saturday) EVEN IKG,<^SV-£V
at 7:EO o'clock, for general business. All Jl<^VJf
members are invited to attend. Visiting
brethren are cordially invited.
J. N. YOUNG, M. W.
F. L. Hickman, Recorder. fB. C] mrtHt
WANTED— BY AN AMERICAN WIDOW, A
housekeeper's petition, in con try or city.
References exchanged. Address, MRS. li. WALTON,
Sacramento, Cat, , mrti-lw'
FOR SALE-COUNTRY HOTEL, WELL LO-
cated on public road of much traffic. Also,
Blacksmith Shopand Tools. For particulars address
CAKL STROBLL, Commission Agent, 321 J street,
BY PAYING A GOOD SALARY A FIRST
class male teacher can be secured for a school
to open any time after April 4th. Address, Super-
intendent C. E. BISHOP, room 4, Court-house, Sac-
ramento, Oal. nirO-lw*
1 Second Subscription Concert I
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SEASON 18T9-SO, AT .
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH !
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10.
-" i- :■> .:- : ni6-lt
CAMS TO MY ' RANCH ON ORiSV
about the Ist day of October, IS7», iiSTV :
one Back Mare, 4 years old, branded 'X. ?\_
thus (J) on ri^ht hip, white star on the forehead.
Th« owner can have the same hv paying charges and \
proving property. If not called for soon she will be
sold for charges. F. E. CONNOR. j
Michigan Bar, March 5, 1550. mrC-lt&aw* -
A HOME FOR S9OO.
HOUSE . WITH FIVE ROOMS, LOT 25xE0,
one and one-half blocks from street cars.; or
will take $450 Cash, and monthly installment* of pi
during the continuance of the Occidental Building
and Loan Association. Inquire of
, SWEETSKB k AISIP,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
mrO-lw No. 1015 fourth street, Sacramento.
CHOICE HUM BOLDT '. POTATOES AT THE
Gracsrers 1 Cash More, Corner Tenth and X
streets. Sacramento, at 75ct3. per hundred. mr6 1 ptf
SHERBURN & SMITH
□OLD THEIR REQULAK
CLEARING OUT SALE,
Satardar, March titli. ;
At 5a1e5r00m......'...... — ......Ko. 323 X street,
iscLUDisa . ■:'.:.,
Bedroom and Parlor Fnrniture, Carpets, i Stores,
Crockery,' Glassware, etc.. etc. - Also, : 500 pounds
Whit&ker's Bu^u-cured Breakfast I Bacon, and 40
2-pound and 6-pound :ins Chicago Corned Beef. ./;
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All mult be sold to make room for more. • :,:■ ■--,'-
-tur6lt BUERBLT.W 6 &UITH, Auc.ioMWl,
' : WHITE LEAD. '
The Best White Lead Now
Made in California.
Unequalcd for Whiteness
and Covering Power,
... : ■ ■ " ■ •
Do not confound the Western
White Lead with any other Cali-
fornia Brand. Its Superiority is
The Western White Lead Company have
the pleasure to announce the most com-
plete success of their brand of WHITE
LEAD. It is far superior to any other
Lead made in California. Nothing but the
finest material is employed, and no care
or expense will be spared to maintain its
present high standard and reputation.
WESTERN WHITE LEAD will not be sold
in competition— so far as price is con-
cerned — with inferior brands. The manu-
facturers do not offer "Western" Lead as
a low-priced brand. They offer it as the
BEST. It is, in reality, however, the cheapest
even at higher Co3t, because it will go
further, look better and last longer than
any other California Lead.
WHITE LEAD may be perfectly PURE
and yet be POOR. Unless made from the
very finest material and prepared with
the greatest skill and care, it will turn
yellow or become otherwise discolored, and
will chalk or peel en*.
Examine work a few months old which '
has not been finished with prime Lead,
such as "Atlantic" or "Western," and
these defects will be apparent.
WHITE LEAS) COMPANY,
PER !S_lQE^i_ LB-
SUBJECT TO DISCOUNT.
FOR SALE BY
C. T. RAYNOLDS & CO,
No. 9 Front street, San Francisco.
V?-: 7: K: ' ■ ■ ■ ' • . '■ : ■'■-\ -'■':'. :^V
TTTI # J T -%lii
PER is'*3^/r-« _ LB.
SUBJECT TO DISCOUNT.
FOR SALE BY
C. T. RAYNOLDS & CO,
No 9 Front street, San Francisco.
per €3Jc3- LB -
SUBJECT TO DISCOUNT.
FOR SALE BY :
C. T. RAYNOLDS & CO.,
No. 9 Front street, San Francisco.
per €5! c- LB -
SUBJECT TO DISCOUNT.
FOR SALS BY -
No. 9 Front street, San Francisco.
_H_ _A_ g BA ft
tS" We <;nurant<r the PIONEER While
Lead l« he &TRICTLY. PURE, free from
all impurities, and Tor each ami every
ounce or adullcrutiuu found iii ii, we will
$100 IN GOLDCCIN!
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nits'. nncqniilcd in BODY, COLOR
I ami iF!NENES? v ar.d is im'orscd j>j b.v
UteaTollowlßg reprcsentatlTe Painters :
House, Sign and ?Coach Painter;
" ; A S M FRANCISCO.
HOPPS & 50M5...... 423 Pine street
11. M. KOSEKRANS...... 517 California street
F. A. RUTUEKF0UD.... ....... Hi Giary street
T. DOWNIMJ ..1.615 Mission street
C H.SYKE-i....... i ..617 Mi-- inn street
FROsT i: RICHARDS 206 Post street
A. WASON 11l Davis street
GEO. C. GOTTUSG & 8R0..44S Clementina street
C. A. BERNARD 62!) Merchant street
J. H. TURNER 115 Jesie street
GEORGE J. SMITH.. 329 Sutler street
K. M. GALLAGHER 438 Jackson street
NOBLE BROS 010 Clay street
J. B. W. COLEMAN.... 824 K. iaom street
O. H. MATTHEWS..... ...66 Tehatna street
E. 11. GAD-^BY 510 Market street
A. BEIiSON & 50N.... 710-714 Wa-hington street
B. L. BRANDT 404 Montgomery street
HENRY WAGNER 637 California street
HERMAN 1CKELHE1MER.......917 Larkin street
JOHN BREWSTER 17 Belden street
JOHN S. MELLON 26 Stockton street
DAVID KANARY.. (Formerly of Hopps& Kanary)
E. 11. BLACK 514 Sixth street
J. P. SULLIVA * 308 Teharua street
MOULTON & EDMUNSO.V 516 Davis street
L. J. mVVER... 1020 Alabama street
GiUSWOLD £ BERRY.... 837 Folsom street
A. <;SG>->OI> Master Painter, Kimball M'f g Co.
LARKINS & C 0.... 631 Howard street
E. P. CKESsY.... Pacific Mail S. S. Co
1). D. STUBBS... Occidental and Orientals. S. Co.
N. ANDERSON California Transportation Co.
J. PRITCHARD Pacific Coast S. S. Co.
W. A. PHiLUl'S..........Supt. Oregon S. S. Co
W. VAN SCHAACK... . .1832 Jessie street
Master Mechanic, Market street R. R. Co.
P. S. WILSON.... ....211 Eighteenth street
Master Painter, Southern Pacific It. R. Co.
S. H. COVERT...... Oakland
Master Painter, Central Pacific R. R. Co.
! THOMAS SEALS 1412 Clay street
Superintendent California-street R. K. Co.
M. J. KENT Battie Mountain
Master Painter, Nevada Central K. K. Co.
C. P. MASON V. and T. R. R., Carson
S A < X A .11 i: v 1 O.
J. J. GRAY ......139 X street
O. V. SMITH, HART & CASE,
C. F. CLARK, ANDERSON & BERG,
I GEORGE D. SMITH, QUINLAN & HOYLE,
JOHNSON & BL' E. .1. T. HILL,
CALIFORNIA CARRIAGE MAMIFACTINO CO.
W. C. FITCH, Master Painter, Car Shops, C. P. P. R.
F. M. FARWELL.... S7l Ki?hth street
WM. BALF.ANTYNE 1210 Broadway
JOUNLEBER.... 462 Filth street
DOODY ft HOOLEY .270 Center avenue
MCCARTHY ,'; STEVENSON, Washington and Ninth
J. A. ANDEKSON East Oakland
S3T Pl«'»i»i"«?o no! eonfnnn<l I lie J'i :>•■'! I i;
WBITE I.t'Alk with other brands <>r Cali-
fornia While I. ml. The superiority of
lli« "rWiiESB" places It beyond com-
WHITTIER, FULLER CO,,
SAX FU.4ATISCO AMI SACRAMENTO.
PIONEER WHITE LEAD
San Fraxcisc?, February 24, ISBO.
MESSRS. WHITTIER, FULLER & CO.— Gentle
men : I have made a careful analysis of PIONEER
WHITE LEAD, which 1 find to be PURE, and
entirely WITHOUT ADULTERATION. It has great
BODY or COVERING POWER when mixed with
Oil, in which it differs from some other samples of
Pure White Lead I have examined.
HENRY G. HANKS, Chemist.
EBW. CADWALADER. CIIAS. R. PARSONS.
CADWALADER & PARSONS
(Successors to Edvv. Cadwalader),
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
IV - .NO. til J STIC CRT.
tS" Real Fstate Bought and Sold on Commission
AUKNTB FOR TUB
. UNION OF SAN FRANCISCO,
HAM BURG BREMEN,
NORWICH, UNION AND LANCASHIRE FIR
INSURANCE COMPANIES : and the
MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. OF NEW YORK.
PURCHASING AND GENERAL BUSINESS
Agency, 529 X street, Sacramento, Cal. Any-
thing that you wish to have and do rot know where
to get it, may be furnished here. Agencies, com-
missions and correspondence, either in English,
French or German respectfully solicited. mrG-4plm
J. A. « 1 <.>! V.H • M.
SACRAMENTO BOILER AND : IRON WORKS,
i I street, between Front and Second, Sacra-
mento. Manufacturer of Steam Boilers, Sheet Iron
Work, etc. Also, alt kind of Repairing. Chan^'inir
Portable Boilers horn I Wood to Straw Burners a
Specialty. . mrO-4ptf
JAMES I. FELTEB &n CO..
JfO. W FKOXT STREET, BETWEEN H AND I, BACKAMESTO
S^MUNIM CHAMPAGNE WINES!
KIIIL BROTHERS, SAS FBAXCISCO, ACEXTB FOB THE FAtKIC COAS
S E Dfirtif Ri R YF SiS
=Sv€! KU-v/iVo*-rv-i *•' t nM'i'i/H lAJU Ax ■
is having wonder- " -|?KAIVrT»iAKin" FECTIONB.
• t3- A NEW AND ALMOST CERTAIN CURE FOR CONSUMPTION.' A delicious cordial and
splendid appetizer. Sold by all Leading Druggists and Grotera.
GEORGE W. CHESLEY, SOLE AGENT,
Ho. 51 Front Street, between J anil U...'.. ....'. .....'."._... "..".'.'...: S»»raninitn
£kH. WACHHORST, li
Gold and Silver Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry.
tS" THE IEADUG JEWELER OF BACBA3IEXTO.' 'CM *
LARGEST STOCK! GREATEST VARIETY ! FINEST GOODS! LOWEST PRICES
■ ' *2T In daily receipt of New Goods, direct from the factories, hence" all my customers receive th«
benefit of buying from first bands. ; — ■ — '— — ' :
Sign of the Toavii Clock, j^.
ti&ijSa &O. 31.-. J BTBEET, BET. THIRD AND FOI'ItTH, SAtBAMESTO. t&uJI
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"PROGRESS AND POVERTY!"
BY BESKY -CEOBGE, TO BE DAD FOE 81 50, AT
.■■SOTTOHTOS'S ' ;■' BOOK .■■ S^B7OXCjE3,
S». CIS J i STBEET.-':" BETWr.EV i SIXTnjAXP;;BEVESTn......:.;.....BACBAMESTO.
WILCOX, POWERS & CO.,
HO, :• 806 K. STREIT . . ... ... . .... ; . . .V. ....102-3plu>J ....................... . .SACEAJIENT<J,
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; NEW ADYSBTISEMENTS. :
: M.R. BEARD & CO.,
STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS
Wrapping Paper, Etc., ;
NO. 312 S ST., BET. Till I: Ml FOUBTB.
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INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, SACRAMENTO.
>"■. 320, 332, KM aud 326 H street.
Between Third and Fourth, opposite Postoffice
US' The largest and best Family Hotel in the city.
Best Meals in the city, for 25 cents. Board, per
week, $5 ; $1 to Si per day. Finely furnished rooms.
Street cars pass the door every five minutes.
mt6-tf JAMES LASSINU, Proprietor.
LIHDLEY & CO.,
I M O RTE 8.
•.<.■•■■■■■, - ' ■ '
J. H. CLOUGH'S " SUGAR-CURED HAMS."
JOHN PEW & SONS "TABLE MACKEREL"
" (In 5-fi> tins). I
WEISS i CO.'S " SALVATOK LAGER BEER.
JAS.S. KIKK&CO.'S" SAVON IMPERIAL SOAP."
W. W. BOTER & CO.'3 "SELECTED OYSTERS."
GAINES 4 CO.'S "SUNN YSIDE WHISKY."
asd luroiiTKas or
Groceries, Liquors & Cigars
From the leading houses and manufacturer!
of the Extern Slates.
£*9' We are also receiving doily, direct from cele-
brated dairies, extra choice
ROLL BUTTER AND CHEESE,
Which is for sale at LOWEST MARKET KATES.
X. 2 3sar oil 33 "5T SB CO.,
Son. 44, 46 and 48 X at.. Sacramento. Cal.
! &BOOEBS. j
WE HAVE ON HAND A LARGE STOCK
of Canned Fruits, Vegetables, Jams and
Jellies, which were purchased at low figures, a"d
we are disposed, in order to reduce our stock, to
offer superior inducement in prices to those who
kindly fav^r us with their orders.
INCLUDE WITH TOl'K ORDEI '.
'• Our Taste" linms,
- liuilwciier Itver,
;-. iri liuklns roirdcrs,
Sauces and Sul::-J Cream.
S*T PRICES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION.
JET FOE SALE TO TEE TRADE ONLY. "SI
HALL, LUHRS & CO.,
CArnerot THlrd and X street*. Sacramento |
Car Ii 1 33 13 S3 KT'Si
Japanned and Galvanized,
Stands ahove all competitors, and is the
BEST IN THE WORLD!
jonriss «sc cs-ivsmrs,
PACIFIC COAST GENERAL AGENTS,
Tenth and X street*. .Sacramento
j»l 3ptf ,__
j STAR MILLS AND MALT HOUSE.
NEUBOL'RG A LACES,
NOS. 50 > 62 AND 54 FIFTH ST., SACRAMENTO.
_[^ dealers in Produce and Brewers' Supplies.
Manufacturers of Malt and all kinds of Meals, etc,
Oatmeal, Cornmeal, Cracked Wheat, Graham Flour,
Buckwheat Flour, etc. dl 7 lptf
r ITJSW ADVERTISEMENTS. i
O. J. AVERELL,
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RES OTJ ED
— f;om —
S -£k. lE* lE3
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Sal* hake Ctty, Janii.irj '-■;;, ISSO.
n. U. WAUNEK A CO., Rochester. V. V.—
Gentlemen: In IS", at Maslilnstton,
D. € I experienced a severe attack of
Pneumonia, terniinalins In Hepatitis
(lnllammatlon or the liver), which srii<!
! uiilly extended to the kill ye.is. Hi entire
\ system wan ,in a terrible eoudilion. *
■ My shin became yellinr, dry and fever-
ish : my llmlM beenn to swell, and Will
certain death ■.innns me In the face, I j
became utterly despondent. I was kept
by my physician— one or the best In
WaHhlngton upon an exclusive milk
diet for live months, with no Improve* -
mini, but I an aggravation of all my
| symptoms. Sly case seemed utterly hope- ■
less, and was ho regarded by a council
of the most eminent physicians. in the
city. Death seemed Inevitable. By Use
advice ot a friend 1 was induced to try
Warner'* Safe Bitter*, and in TUN -
WEEKS I was entirely restored, and I
verily believe W4KVFKS Mil: r.ST-
■I lilts the BEST MIDMIM: El Ell PEE- !
PABED. I am, gentlemen.
O. J. AVEEF.I.L,
Clerk Supreme Court of the Territory »f 1
Are a Vegetable Compound, and a Medicine which
Stimulates the Appetite, Improves Diirestioti, Be-
stores Lost Strength and Purifits the Blood. They
prevent sickness. Don't wait for a physician, Lot
use Safe Bitten AT ONCE and save a doctor's bill.
Quickly Soothes Pain of all Kinds, Cures Headache,
\«ural?i.i ; gives Sleep and Natural Bat, and is the
Best Remedy Known for Nervous Prostration.
A Kemcdy for Costiveness, Torpid Lirer, I>v»- !
pepsia, liillioasness, Mularia Fever and Ague.
The bast known Laxative. '
Invigorates the Whole System, and for Invalids or
persons recovering from severe sickneti, who if* >
quire a Nourishing Tonic, it is invaluable.
IST WARNER'S SAFE P.EMEDIES are fold by
Druggist* and Dealcii in Medicine everywhere.
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ASD WHOLESALE iBY
H. H. WARNER & CO.,
Rochester, N. Y.
tW For sale by all DruggUU and J«l»-
-ber* :in Sa« Francixeo, .Sacramento and
H. C. KIRK & CO.,
AQJ85T&......::.. :.i. :...:::: . SACEAMENTO,
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