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THE DAILY RECORD-niHOS.
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Signal Corps Report— April 19, IMS*.
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Metropolitan Theater— Golden City's
Dr. Speer's Lecture.
Sacramento Savings Bank— to depositors.
Sacramento Bank— Business notice.
Metropolitan Theater— Capital City's.
Caledonia Club, to-night.
Chautauqua Literary Circle, to-night.
Sacramento Royal Arch Chapter, No. 3.
Sherburn k Smith.
Chickering Pianos— L. K. Hammer.
F. Foster, bookbinder.
Four rooms to let.
C. P. K. R. Bonds— Sealed bids.
George Le Grand. — A man named George
Le Grand, who has been traveling along the
line of the Oregon Railroad '"soliciting for
subscribers to the Slate Democrat, a paper
recently .published in this city by Ford &
Clarke, is being inquired for by subscribers
along the road who have not received their
paper, and by the managers, who say they
received neither money nor the names of sub
scribers. A letter from Wheatland states
that while there week before last he obtained
twenty-two subscribers, who paid him sums
of from Sl 50 to 85 each, and were to re
ceive their paper in two days. He was next
at Marysville, where, according to the man
agers' statement, they sent him a telegram to
send down 8100, and he replied that he
would do so on Monday of last week.
It is estimated that •he has collected
about §200. They further state that
he has not since sent the money or
communicated with them. Sunday inquiry
was made by Chief Karcher and the mana
gers, which revealed the fact that he came
down the Oregon rout* Saturday to Roseville,
from which v place he was seen going east on
the engine of a freight train. Sunday even
ing Chief Karcher sent a telegram to Reno
authorizing the arrest of the wandering agent
for an embezzlement. No answer came then,
but yesterday morning came a notice of the
arrest of the man that was wanted, and that
he must be sent for immediately to prevent
his release on a writ of habeas corpus. Mr.
Clarke, one of the publishers, immediately
Swore to a complaint, and preparations were
being made to procure a requisition for the
prisoner, when it was thought best to inquire
how, much money was _ in hi^ pos
session. To a telegraphic .query came
the response that he ■ had but
$89. This being insufficient to pay for the
expenses of an officer and for the return of
the prisoner, the managers declined to go to
any further expense in securing the return of
the absentee. - A telegram was sent to Reno,
ordering the prisoner's release, but at the
same time instructing the authorities not to
permit him to canvass and receive subscrip
tions for a publication that has no existence.
Merchandise Report.— The following
freight for Sacramento passed Ogden April
17th : For Huntington, Hopkins & Co., 4
bales twine, 1 box fishing rods, 2 boxes cut
lery, 15 bundles iron, 2 boxes hardware, 1
box butts, 51 slabs steel ; J. F. Hill & Co.,
17 bales springs, 1 crate gear ; Booth & Cc,, 2
boxes baking powder ; Baker & Hamilton, 1
box hardware ; W. A. & ('. S. Houghton,
1 box show cards, 1 box books ; H. C. Kirk &
Co., 10 boxes medicine ; D. W. Earl, 10 steel
shoes, 10 steel dies ; State Library, 1 box
books.; Studebaker Manufacturing Co., 1 car
wagons ; A. Dennery, 15 boxes lanterns ;
John Brewer. 1 box wainut!furiiiture ; Jones
& Givens, 203 reels wire ; Bindley & Co., 10
packages tobacco; Weinstock & Lubin, 1
bale dry goods, 1 case shirts ; C. H. Stevens,
•4 boxes shoes; Weidmann k Hromada, 2 boxes
candy : Casey & Crouan, 2 cases cigars.
Police Cocbt.— ln the Police Court yes
terday Mrs. Howard forfeited £5 deposit for
having been drunk, as did also P. MiHegan
and P. Williams. B. F. Hood, for having
been drunk, was fined 83 50. William-Bax
ter, a vagrant, was sentenced to 30 days in
jail. The battery cases of Michael O'Brien
and Michael [veegan, were continued to the
'22 1, and French Josey to the 21-t. The case
of William Xeuman, an opium smoker, will
be heard to-day. John Ramsey, for smoking
opium, and Ah Pong, for keeping an opium
den, were fined $12 50 each, and Ah Hoy, for
the same offense, will receive a like sentence
to-day. R. Wilson, arrested for sleeping in a
barn, was discharged. The burglary cases of
Barry, Crelghton and Smith was up for hear
ing, and after partial examination continued.
J. P. Williams, accused of battery, was dis
Found Drowsed. — Sunday evening the
body of an unknown man was found in the
Sacramento river, on the Yolo side, a short
distance below Freeport, having apparently
been in the water six weeks. Justice Buck
ingham, of Washington, went down yester
day morning and held an inquest on the re
mains. He was accompanied by Coroner
Vermilya, of this city, who brought the
body here for interment. Deceased was
about five feet six or seven inches high, of
rather heavy build, probably had long brown
beard when alive, and was about 40 years
old. He had on woolen under-clothing, a
pair of red overalls, aha a pair of blue ones,
a blue jumper and a checked woolen over
Suit fob Damages.— C. T. .Tones and E.
M. Martin, attorneys for Peronica Miller,
have tiled in the Superior Court a complaint
against the city of Sacramento, in which she
prays for a judgment of $10,000 to pay for
the alleged removal, in 1577, of the remains
of her husband, George W. Miller, who died
in 1870, and the monument over them from
one lot in the City Cemetery, which she
claims to have purchased, to another lot,
without her consent or knowledge. The
plaintiff alleges that in the removal of the
monument and in the moving of the coffin
the monument was injured and the bones
shaken and broken, censing injury thereto
to the amount of $10,000.
Omnibuses for O Street.— The Board of
City Trustees yesterday granted to the Sac
ramento City Railway Company the
privilege of substituting omnibuses for
cars, from Third and X along O
to Tenth street, for ninety days, to
be run on the same time and under the &me
regulations. At the expiration of that .me
the track must be relaid and cars run as now.
This is made necessary because of the raising
of O street, which will for a time interfere
with the operation of the road.
Board or Supervisors. — The Board of
Supervisors was in session yesterday, all the
members being present except Supervisor
Christy. The Board received a communica
tion from the Sacramento Light Artillery,
asking for a lease of the lower hall of the
Pavilion, to be used as an armory, and the
matter was taken under advisement. __ A com
munication was received from Governor
Perkins, thanking th» Board tor the use of
Agricultural HalL The Board then ad
journed until this morning.
Surprise Social.— The fcocial of Sacta
mento Encampment No. 63, C. R. C., last
evening, took the form of an invitation sur
prise party to one of the members— Miss
Addie 1. Eskridge. About 150 invitations
were issued, and, notwithstanding the storm,
a large proportion of those invited were
present. ■ Literary exercises, music . and
dancing comprised the programme for the
evening. The hall was finely decorated, and
those present made the occasion one of en
Freight Movements. — There were for
warded to the East yesterday 1 car load of
mustard seed, 1 of red oil, 3 of merchandise,
1 of wool and i of coffee. There were re
ceived here 2 car loads of headers, 2 of wood,
1 of wheels, 1 of coal, 4 of merchandise, 1 of
reapers, 1 of mowers and headers, lof lard
and 1 of sundries. ,
Brought to the Hospital. — M. F. Con
nelly, an employe of the railroad company,
was brought to the Railroad Hospital yester
day morning because of injuries he had re
ceived by being struck with ' a rope while
assisting in pulling a freight car upon the
track near Alta, Sunday evening.
Auction Thursday, at 10:30 A. m.,
at 1012 Eighth street, between J and X, Sher
burn & Smith will sell parlor sets, chamber
sets, bedsteads, beds, mattresses, pillows,
blankets, 7. fine carpets, lounpes, whatnots,
sideboard, tables, chairs, crockery, glassware
and kitchen utensils. ■' yygggSgM
A BANK RETIRES.
IT PAYS ITS DEPOSITORS AND DECLARES
But the New Constitution Makes it Un
profitable to Continue the Business.
Notice is given that. the Sacramento Sav
ings Bank ceases to do business. It gives no
tice ■to its depositors that it will, from and
after May 1, 1880, be prepared to repay all
deposits on demand, with a dividend of the
earnings from January Ist to May 1, 1380, at
the rate of six per cent, per annum, as well
as an extra dividend of the reserve fund of
four and a half per cent, on all deposits in
bank April 30, 1880. This bank was organ
ized March 19, ISO 7, with C. H. Swift Presi
dent and Edward 11. Hamilton Cashier, and
a Board of Directors composed of C. H.
Swift, Newton Booth, James Carolan, Leon
ard Goss and William P. Coleman, of which
number C. H. Swift and William P. Cole
man only remain, the others having removed
from the city, and their places being now
filled by F. Birdsall, P. Scheldt and F. R.
Dray, Ed, R. Hamilton still being Cashier.
This bank has been in existence over thirteen
years, and during that time has handled over
815,000,000 of deposits, and has repaid its
ten thousand and twenty depositors over
§2,400,000 in dividends, and now closes a
career of which its managers are exceedingly
proud by repaying its depositors on demand
in full, with current rate of interest, beside
an extra dividend of the surplus fund, as
stated. This statement, brief as it is, reflects
great credit on the management, and must be
besides very satisfactory to its customers, and
stands as a record of a character out
cf the usual order in the history of
savings banks on this coast. It
is also creditable to the community
where so successful a business has been prose
cuted. It is announced also' that the Sacra
mento Bank succeeds to the Sacramento
Savings Bank, with these officers : C. H.
Swift, President ; Wm. I*. Coleman, Presi
dent pro tern. ; Ed. li. Hamilton, Cashier;
F. R. Dray, Surveyor. Board of Directors —
('. 11. Swift, Wm. P. Coleman, F. Birdsall,
P. Scheldt, F. R. Dray. The successor is to
do a general banking business, but will en
gage in no commercial transactions. A con
versation with the bank officers discloses the
reason for the Sacramento Savings Bank dis
continuing business. They hold that the
provisions of the new Constitution and the
revenue laws are oppressive and unjust
where they apply to savings banks,
and hold that the depositor in a mutual
savings bank is taxed on his deposit, and the'
bank, which is merely the agent of such de
positor, is taxed again on the same money,
thereby levying a double tribute on the same
property, and discriminating against the
savings of the mechanic, laborer, servant
girl, and that portion of the community
whose accumulations, although individually
small, when - combined aggregate largely.
The officers found that the law will work in
juriously to the bank, and that under its ar
ticles of incorporation it was only a question
of time when it would be compelled to close
its business. Hence they say "we have de
cided to do so in advance, and being fully
prepared for it, will do it at once."
They add, in reply to inquiry, that the suc
cessor to the savings bank is organized under
the general law and will continue under the
management that has so long operated the
savings bank, but by the succession named
the onerous burdens imposed on savings
banks are avoided, and this is the modus
operandi : The bank will receive the money
of its customers and will make the invest
ments direct for them and in their names,
merely acting as their agent, agreeing to
guarantee the security and the repayment of
principal and interest, and charging a reason
able commission for so doing. -In this way
the mortgages will be assessed direct to the
customer, thereby saving the one tax for the
investment, the bank merely acting as any
real estate agent would do. The experience
of the management with the old bank will
avail them much in conducting the new sys
tem, and the change will not result in any
financial shock to the community whatever.
It will be remembered in this connection
that the Sacramento Savings Bank was one
of the business institutions which, during the
constitutional campaign, notified its custom
ers that its managers believed the adoption
of the new instrument would force it out of
business. Opponents of that theory laughed
at the idea, and not a few wagers were offered
that it would not 'discontinue. The sequel
proves who has lost.
CITY AUDITOR'S REPORT.
E. 11. McKee, City Auditor, makes the
following report for the week ending Satur
day, April 17, ISSO :
Balance on hand list report 820,906 00
Receipts for the week 12,213 22
Total... 833,179 22
General Fund $34 75
Water Works Fund 000 25
Levee Fund 3 00
Cemetery Fund 13 50
Street Fund 318 90
Police Fund 390 54
Contingent Fund 10 70
1* and Q, Front and Second
Street Fuud 107 39
Balance in Treasury $31,023 19
Sinking and Interest Fund $3,993 19
General Fund 2,703 97
Water Works Fund 2.354 07
Fire Department Fund 1,951 09
School Fund 11,015 11
Levee Fund 1,039 50
Cemetery Fund 920 92
Street Repair Fund 1,303 07
Police Fund 802 95
Bond Redemption Fund 1,693 90
Special Water Works Fund 1,500 97
Fire Department Bond and Interest Fund. 96 69
Fowle Bond Kedempt on Fund 824 82
Library Fund 419 02
Intersection Fund 1 22
Contingent Fund 12 45
Sewer Repair Fund 347 02
Dog Fund 24 60
P and li. Front and Second Street Fund. . 4 07
II and I, Thirteenth and Fourteenth Street
Sewer Fund 24 90
Total $31,023 19
County Board of Education.— The new
County Board of Education, recently created
by an Act of the Legislature and elected by
the Board of Supervisors, held its first meet
ing yesterday in the office of the County Su
perintendent. On motion of Mr. Willis,
Charles E. Bishop was placed in nomination
for Chairman of the Board and elected. The
Board then proceeded to classify themselves
by lot for the long and the short term. Miss
11. McCormack and George Smith drew for
the long term, J. E. Blanchard and W. Wil
lis for the short term. A motion was made
and carried that the Board advertise accord
ing to law for proposals ifor contracts to fur
nish school-books to be used in the Primary
and Grammar Schools of Sacramento county.
The Board then adjourned to meet at the call
of the Chairman. -
Birthday Party. — There was a large social
party last evening at the residence of N. D.
Goodell, O street, between Ninth and Tenth,
given by Mr. Goodell in commemoration of
the recurrence of the anniversary of his birth,
he having attained the age of 66 yesterday. !
The guests were mostly the fellow members
of the host in the Sacramento Association of
California Pioneers. Notwithstanding the
storm which raged so furiously, the Pioneers
came out and greeted their comrade in his
spacious residence with many congratulations.
The host and his wife provided with broad
liberality for the comfort and pleasure of the
guests, and in parlor and at the table there
was nothing wanting to make the affair, as it
was. a social success, full of pleasant memo
ries for all who attended. /
Commissioned. — Governor - Perkins has
commissioned as Notaries Public M. J.
Wicks,. Los Angeles ; Frank A. Gibson, Los
Angeles ; A. G. Mappa, Los Angeles ; Rich
ard Egah, Los Angeles, to reside at San Juan
Capistrauo : W. H. Moulthrop. to reside at
Wilmington; J . L. Greely, Bodie; H. Z.
Osborne, Bodie ; Thomas Newman, Bodie ;
H. N. H. Brown, Lundy, Mono county ; - E.
H. Tharp, Sin Francisco : D. H. Huffman,
Stockton: C. F. Hector, Mill Creek, Mono
county; W. A. Parkhurst, San Jose; John
Reid, Stockton; A. C. Sweetser, Win J.
Davis, George W. Fair, W. R. Cantwell.
Elwood Bruner, Sacramento ; also, Geo. A.
Hero as Commissioner of Deeds for Califor
nia, at New Orleans. ■">_:
Yosemite ValleyJCommission.— Governor
Perkins has appointed as Yosemite Valley
and Marioosa Big Tree Grove Commissioners
I W. Raymond, J. P. Jackson. M. C.
Briggs, William H. Mills, George S. Ladd,
W. C. Priest, A. J. Meany, James L. Sperry.
Caution to Gentlemen.— buy your
spring straw hate till you have seen our assort
ment in new spring . styles, lately imported.'
Weinstock 4 Lubin, proprietors Mechanics'
Store. v.. v ■ ___^__ ''■■' . - *.A
'7 We have several choice pieces of property
for . aale at a bargain. - Bell ?4 ' Co., Auc
tioneers, Fourth street, between J and X.* * *
'.'..':: ■'-.'-'*>— • — — — -
Fob .Whooping ; Cough.— Nothing equals
Chesley's Rock and Rye. A *
BOARD OF CITY TRUSTEES.
The Board of City Trustees met yesterday
with all the members present.
. REPORT— PERMISSION.
John A. Cunningham, Chief Engineer of
the Water Works, reported that 7,710,000
gallons of water were pumped last week, and
16 cords of wood and 220 feet gas coke used.
Wilcox & Powers were granted permission
to erect a frame building, one story high and
15 feet long by 12 feet wide, between J, X,
Fifth and Sixth streets. 7
. The bonds of John Wall, Thomas Hannon,
A. Meiss. Joseph Burns and William Hille
brand, contractors for street sprinkling, were
: J!. Gorman notified the Board that he had
assigned to 1). Dierssen his interest in a con
tract for sprinkling District No. 8. The
assignment was ratified and D. Dierssen's
bond was approved. -; A
M. F. Johnson requested the Board to can
cel the city taxes upon lots 3, 4, 5, C, 7 and
8 in the block bounded by M, N, Twenty
fifth and Twenty-sixth streets, for the year
ISGS-G, the property of U. Bagnall. District
Attorney Buckley stated that the taxes were
no longer collectible, and the Board ordered
the same canceled.
STREETS TO BE OPENED.
•T. H. Duffy appeared before the Board in
behalf of the property-owners in the neigh
borhood of Twenty-third, Twenty-sixth, F,
G and H streets, and presented a petition
asking that i street, from Twenty-third to
Twenty-sixth, G from Twenty-third to
Twenty-sixth ; also the alley between E, F,
Twenty-third and Twenty-sixth ; also the
alley between G and H, Twenty-third and
Twenty-sixth streets ; also Twenty-fourth and
Twenty-fifth, from F to H streets, be declared
open. The prayer of the petitioners was
POUND ORDINANCE ADDITIONAL TIME.
' A. Heilbron requested an exemptionlfrom
the pound ordinance for that portion of the
city east of Twenty-sixth street and south of
N. The matter was taken under considera
Charles McLaughlin was granted 30 days'
additional time in which to complete the
grading of N street from Nineteenth to Thir
REMONSTRANCE— CONTRACT TO RELET.
A remonstrance was received and ordered
on file from John Breuner and others, pro
testing against J. It. Stoll having permissio i
to build or retain the building already erected
upon lot 2, between X and L, Sixth and
In consequence of Arthur James, to whom
was awarded the contract for sprinkling Dis
trict No. 7, having failed to file his contract
and bond, the Street Commissioner was
ordered to advertise for proposal for sprink
ing said district.
DEED ACCEPTED— STREET OMNIBUS.
On the recommendation of the City Attor
ney the Clerk was instructed to accept the
deed to lots 1 and 2 between Fifth and Sixth
and P and O, streets, and have it recorded,
provided it be accepted on terms heretofore
The Sacramento City Railway Company
was granted permission to run omnibuses on
O street, from Third and X to Tenth, for
BILLS ALLOWED ADJOURNMENT.
The Board adjourned after allowing the
following bills: Capital Gas Co., 61,071 05 ;
Eli Mayo, $230 ; John Breuner, 522 50 ;Ah
Dan, §6 ; Yee Bean, §2 ; J. T. Barron, 82 ;
B. Bullard, Jr., $87; M. Dusenberrv, §7 ; Ait
ken & Fish, §S; F. A. Able, 86 75; .E. K.
Knox, 8120; Green Logan, §lfi ; George
Avery, §15; S. Hopper, $14; Johnson,
Sl7; Andrew McKaiser, $7 ; H. Gribble,
assignee of B. Roach and others. $40 50 ;
Thos. Cotter, $18 50 ; F. George Nolan, $2 :
H. Gribble, assignee of B. W. Martz and
M. D. Eldred, 8300 ; B. W. Martz, $18 33 ;
P. F. Dolan, $18 33; R. W. Dunlevy,
SIS 33 ; M. D. Eldre.l. SIS 33 ; G. H. Har
vey, SIS 33 ;O. H. Wing, $18 33 ; F. W.
Valentine, 818 33; W. D. Comstock, $2275;
H. P. Osburn, .934 ; Water Works, $3 ; Sac
ramento Postoffice, §1 50 ; Carrie G. Han
cock, SGO; Peter A. Byrne, S4O; S. H. Ger
rish. SlO ; H. A. Weaver, 920 ; H. B. Bur
lingame, S3 20; Whittier, Fuller & Co.,
S3 30 ; F. Foster, 86 ; J. Slaughter, §20 ; K.
Hyman, $2 50 ; H. S. Crocker & Co., $2 ;
George Nolan, Sl 22 ; Daily Bee, Sl GG.
The Storm Again.— Yesterday morning
was ushered in with rain, which continued
all day and night. At BP. M. .44 of an inch
had fallen, according to the Signal Service
report, and almost that much more descended
by midnight. The rain extended all over
the valleys, raining as far up in the moun
tains as Alta, where there was previously a
foot or two of snow on the ground. This will
have a tendency to again raise the American
and Sacramento rivers, which were falling
yesterday. At 12 o'clock Sunday night the
Sacramento marked 21 feet and 4 inches,
and last night at the same hour it had fallen
three inches. The levees down the river
are reported as being entirely safe,
while those up the river above Knight Land
ing, Colusa county, are broken in many
place.? and allow much surplus water to es
cape into the tule basins. On the mountains
at noon the furious storm of a few days since
was renewed with increased vigor, and if it
lasts as lons as then, will sorely try the pow
ers of the railroad forces, blocked up and al
most buried as the track already is for irany
miles, with the sheds packed half full of
snow and the roofs almost crushing in with it.
Beyond Alta it is snowing, blowing and
drifting. Superintendent Pratt and Master
Mechanic Cooley returned to the place of con
flict yesterday to conduct the battle with
the elements. 'They left Cisco early last
night to go to Summit, 10 miles away, but at
midnight no intelligence of them had been
received. Two freight trains between the
two stations had not been heard from in the
six hours preceding midnight, and are sup
posed to be snowed in. From present indica
tions no trains will arrive from the East to
Incorporations.— ln the Secretary of
State's office certificates of incorporation
have been filed as follows: Yellow Jacket
Gold* Mining and Milling Co., Asnador
county. Trustees, Bernard Laride, R. B.
Sanchez, E. J. Friedlander, G. H. Mayor,
Edward Myers. Capital stock, SGOO.OOO ;
shares SlO each ; subscribed §503,000. Place
of business, San Francisco Crystal Palace
Garden Association, San Francisco. Trustees,
Theodore Yon Borstel, Frederick C. Siebe,
•lames McCord, Charles Ricke, C. C. Butler.
Capital stock, 8200.000; shares, $40; sub
scribed, $24,000, Place of business, San
A Vagrant.— few days since a man
named Wm. Baxter, a stout fellow, was ar
rested for begging money on the streets. As
it was the first arrest under the special order
issued, he was sent to the County Jail for
but two days. When released he resumed
his occupation, was rearrested, and impu
dently declared his intention of staying in
the city and begging. In the Police Court
yesterday he was sentenced to thirty days'
Metropolitan Theater. — This evening,
at the Metropolitan Theater, the Golden City
Minstrel and Social Club will give its first
entertainment It is an amateur troupe of
recent organization, composed entirely of
local talent, M. McManus being Business
Manager, George Naghel Stage Manager,
George McManus Treasurer, and L. Jacobson
Director. Popular prices of admission will
Arrests. arrests made yesterday
were John Doe, for battery, by officer Rider ;
Pat McLaughlin, drunk, by officer Rider ;
Dan Fay, drunk, by local officer Rider ; Cor
nelius Kelly, threats to kill, by officers Rider
j Medical Lecture.— Dr. Speer & Co., et
San Francisco, announce that . another med
ical lectare will be delivered at Turner Hall
to-night. None but men will be admitted,
and an admission fee of 25 cents will be
Sacramestaxs to Arbiye. — Among the
passengers passing Carlin yesterday, and to
arrive here to-day, were J. E. . Merch and
wife, J. Chambers and family, and Mrs.
Remington. AAV- AA
CAPITAL Cms.— lhe Capital City Social
and Minstrel Club announces that its last
entertainment of the season will be given at
Metropolitan Theater next week.
A Wobp to Mothebs !— Before you pur
chase shoes for your children, take a look at
our goat, double-toe, button shoe, double sole,
and sewed with double thread. Warranted
never to rip. We repair all warranted shoes,
free of charge and no grumbling, at the Red
House. -' ■' -'-■■
Ladies' Leghorn Hats, 80 cento, $1,
$1 10 ;'I misses', 50 ;": cents, 80 ' cents, $1 ;
children's- sailor hats, 50 cents, 60 cents, 75
cents ; ladies' and misses' picnic hats, 25 cents
to 60 cents all: in new shapes and splendid
value, at the Red House. «,;., 7 ■■*.':_
* J. F. Cutter's Old Bocbboh.— This cele
brated Whisky is | for sale by all first-class
druggists '• and grocers. Trade ; mark— Star
within a Shield. - ; *
The Board of Supervisors were in session
yesterday, and informally discussed the new
county government law, which provides for a
reduction of their salaries to So per day for
each day when - they are in actual session,
: such compensation in no case to exceed $300
per year, and gives them authority to regulate
the salaries of county officers. The reduc
tion takes effect July Ist.
7 The quantity of work to be done at the
State Printing Office having been greatly re
duced since the adjournment of the Legis
lature, forty-seven printers, who have been
employed there for the past four months,
were discharged yesterday, leaving a force of
eleven men to be employed there during the
continuance of work.
B. F. Krenkel!, of Gait, who was arrested
on a charge of having mads threats against
the life of his wife, was released Saturday on
a writ of habeas corpus,' issued by Judge
Clark of the Superior Court.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Stack
gave them a pleasant surprise party at 418
L street, . Saturday night, about twenty
The Chautauqua Literary and Scientific
Circle will give an entertain at the Sixth-,
street M. E. Church this evening.
There are telegrams at the Western Union
Telegraph Office for W. J. Hill and H. J.
Five persons fled the storm last night and
were given ( beds at the City Prison.
_ San Francisco Produce Market.
San Francisco, April 19th— 1 p. M.
Flour— Millers have reduced prices. We quote
the various brands as follows: Best City
Extras, SO I'J ; Bakers' Extra, ib 37} i<s 02} ;
Superfine, S3 75jgl; interior Extra, iSdia 3"i;
interior Suptrline, (3 5073 75; Oregon Extra,
ii 59 35; choice do, $5 37*«i5 60; Oregon Su
perfine, $3@3 37} ; Walla Walla Extra, $j 12}<<8
550 $ bbl. Purchasers of round lots can obtain
concessions on the above rates.
Wheat — symptoms of weakness were
noticed on 'Change this morning, consequent upon
the receipt by telegraph of uiifavora'-lc European
advices. Large arrivals at the several English ports
have unsettled the market and caused another de
cline of 2d. Trade here is more or less governed by
the foreign situation, and the reported transaction's
to-day in Jit-Jite that the depressing news was not
without its influence. Sales of 200 ctls good No. 2,
81 02} ; 785 do 'do, $1 00 ; ISO do do, to a miller,
Sl GO; 1,000 do fair shipping, $1 57}* ctl. We quote
No. 1 at Sl 07}@1 72}; No. 2, §1 Co@l 05 %l ctl.
Barlev — The market displays no activity. We
quote : Brewing at (*7i«!)7Je ; feed, 77A<nS2Jc ; Chev
alier, $1 ;',0(!ll 75 for choice bay, and Slial 25 for
Oats— demand continues moderate, with
light transactions. Sales of 150 sks choice Hum
boldt, jl 50; 100 do Washington Territory, Sl 37$ ¥
ctl. .We quote: Humboldt, fl 30i<fl 50; Coast, £I tit
1 25 ; Oregon and Washington Territory, $1 20a
1 40 ; Surprise, Sl 50(y 1 05 $ etl.
Corn— Small transactions at unchanged rates.
Sales of 300 eks large Fellow, Sl 15 ; 200 do do, at
the railroad, Jl 15 $ ctl. We quote the range for
all kinds at $1 l.'uil 221 9 ctl.
Itvß— Quotable at 31 "lOigl 25 V ctl.
Buckwheat— Market firm. We quote from 2@
2 15 for ordinary to choice.
Hay — lots on the wharf range from $8 to
$13 50 ¥ ton.-
Butter.— The week opens quietly, without any
marked change. Stocks on hand are not excessive,
and business is good. We quote good to choice at
lSjtrtlOc tl tb, with occasional sales above and below
these rates; inferior to ordinary, 15(&17c, inside
rate for mixed lots from country buyers. New
Keg is quotable at lS@l9c $ lb.
Cheese— We quote California at 12@13c $ lb. No
Eastern in market. .
EMS — steady at list week's prices. All kinds
tare quotable at 17(glSc $1 doze ■>.
Wool — Dealers still report that there are no trans
actions worthy of record, and we therefore continue
old prices. A shipment of 35,000 lbs goes to New
York, via the Horn, on the General McCiellan,
which will probably sail to-day. We quote nominal
at 27@30c for burry and 30<s?32c 9 lb for free south
Eastern and Foreign Markets.
New York, April 19th.
DREAnsTirrs— Flour is dull ; Wheat is unsettled,
say Sl 25(aJl 30. Us :'
WOOI Dull. ;
Groceries— Rio Coffee is flat and nominal. Re
fined Sugars met with very-good demand, and < losed
firm at last prices. Teas are dull, hut prices are
Leather— ls weaker ; California, 25(iiJ25^c.
Hops Quiet; choice very firm.
Hardware and Metals— Pig iron bas been very
dull, and concessions are no incentives to purchase,
buyers preferring to await further de chpments.
Manufactund Iron is very unsettled, and prices are
nominal. Pig Lead is very firm at 5Jc. Hardware
is in very moderate demand, but values, in most
cases, are firm. Nails are very quiet, although
Western and Atlantic associations have agreed to a
stoppage of production for two weeks ; prices tend
Boston, April 19th."
Wool. — Tlie market has been very qu : .et during
the past week, and prices have taken a downward
turn. Manufacturers are buying lightly. Trans
actions in washed fleeces are quite small. In un
washed and unmerchantable sales were only 135,000
Via. There was a fair business do' in puPcd kinds,
with sales of 196,000 lbs. Theie was rather inure in
quiry for fall < a'ifoniia Transactions in foieisn
were 530,000 lbs of all kinds. Sales Include fall
California at 20@30c. Total sales were 1,192,000 lbs,
of. which 062,200 were domestic.
Philadelphia, April 19th. "
Wool— Oregon and California are nominal at 35(r£
Chicago, April 19th.
Wheat— St 09J for May.
IJii-.iv- -$6 10 for short rib sides.
Pork— - a 45 for May.
Lard— S3 02' for May.
Liverpool, April intli.
Wheat— to choice California, 10a 3d to
10s 9d. Arrivals email; prices unsettled ; quota
10.1s suspended ; French country markets gen
erally iiier ; weather hot and forcing.
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK SALES.
S.vv FlUNCsco. Ajril 19, 1833.
12 > Ophir 10! 170 Union C0n.. ...23><g25
i.i Mexican Mjj 140 Alta 3}
570G.&C. I'fttii £70Julia 1 30*1 20
6lsßest& B 12; i"- J '-' ' 100 Caledonia.: 950
250 C . liforuia...2 60i«2 75 j 355 Ben on 2 15(rf2 10
245 B»vam 4 120U Silver Hill 70C*75c
4'.oCon Va 3 40_?3( I 500 Challenge...! SOv'l 85
215 H. _N 51 510 New York 25c
130 C Poi t 2i(g2?o 20 Occidental ...2
75 Y. Jacket 71 ! 010 Andes 1 05
230 Imperial 45@4'Jc GO aril 2ln
100 A pha. 7 155 Scorpion. ...2 35(5>2 45
90 Kentnck 3 30 Leviathan 20c
770 Belabor 2 71X«2 B*l 200 G. Gate 25c
90 S.Nevada 16i«rUH 700 « '.Dorado... 1 30(3! 35
225 Kullion 3 3 925 N. Bonanza.. ..15<rt20c
19 Exchequer. .2 65(<« J 70 1 0 Essex 180
200Ocerman ...1 4 («1 45 30 Union 25
370 Justice 2 05@2
AFTERNOON SESSION. ,
4-.0 Ray & Ely 25.3 (V 3 ' Syndicate. ..1 30@1 40
30 Eureka 19i(«19l 200 Gonilshaw 35c
000 Belmont 30.«£' i 610 M. Belle 25c
50 Jackson V, 720 Concordia ....6 05
415 Belle 14J@14 170 Relvidere 31i<r3 15
50 Metallic I 2' 790 Champion 105
lOOPrize BCc .'OO 111 ckhawk 1
tWO Navajo 39«J2.'. 700 Booker 50c
300 Endowm't 30- 5* Bee 45
50 Star 2.'i 50 Con Pacific 2J
100 Belle Lie 51 50 Uuivers ty 30c
350 Da* 90^85 100 Addenda 90(tfS5c
2.0 Paradise 4ii I4C N. Noonday ..6
50 del Mont 10 100 Noonda.- 4J
30 Albion 7u(«osc. 540 D Standard. 65c
20 Mt. Dia 20c 1 100 Mammoth 2 40
120 M. Potosi 1 ltX'tl 50 Boston 110
JllfHillnirte 30c 350 Oro 4i(S4f
200 JT Hellelsle *'< 50 G. Queen 1
20 E. MtDiabl 75c ,310 White 3<X«2se
120 Bodie..". 8 25 Tiptop 6
45 Tinea. 2 50 Silver King 41
15 Summit .1 05(81 45 N. Belle Isle 14J
90 Bulwer. CJIgSI 50 Jupiter li@lj
An Eastern Excursion Party Bound
for California. — Last Monday afternoon
the Ordway excursion party left Boston for
California. Among the excursionists are
Governor Natt Head and family of New
Hampshire, Messrs. Whiclier and Chase
and families of Concord, N. H., Thomas L.
Smith and family, John A. Andrews. Caleb
Chase, Henry Leeds, Charles E. Billings,
Charles 8. Davis of Boston, Samuel B.
l'hinney of Barnstable, J. F. Walden, Ste
phen Blaney and son, J. A. Briggs of New
York, H. H. Dearborn and brother and
Mrs. George Wright of Lowell, Charles
Robinson of West Acton, Abel Webster,
Arthur Kelly, Mrs. W. R. Spalding,
William P. Frost and wife of Lawrence,
William F. Endicott of Boston, Edward F.
Putnam, Mrs. Putnam, of Worcester ; C.
A. Murphy and wife, Groton ; E. H. Bug
bee of Connecticut, Miss Susie Woodman,
Dover, N. H. ; Mrs. S. A. , Sortwell, East
Cambridge ; W. S. Dixon and wife, Lynn ;
Mrs. Sarah Lawrence and a party of six,
Mrs. Alvah Crocker of Fitchburg, Miss
Cashing of Lowell, Misses Lockwood, Mrs.
Cunningham and son and Mrs. Walbridge
of Troy, N. T. : William Fletcher and fam
ily of Chelmsford, J. C. Bigelow of Wor
cester, Miss Shephard and Miss Brows of
Manchester, N. H. ; ■ Ira 0. Sawyer and
wife and Mrs. Fox of Haverhill, S. Capen
from Randolph, Mrs. Barker of Portland,
Me. ; Rev. A. F. Herrick of Spencer, Rev.
Mr. Silverthorne and Moses ■ Perkins of
Lawrence, Dr. A. Ordway (projector) and
family, Mrs. Aldrich Ferris and Miss E.
B. Webster of : Boston, Miss Johnson and
Miss Woodman, of J. G. Whittier's family,
Dan vers ; I Russell Marston of ' Boston, E.
H. Newhall of Lynn, Captain J. H. Alley
of Osterille, Miss M. Lombard and five
others from Galesburg, 111. A
Promenade. — ; " desiring ■■ the
l\test style spring: scarf should ask for the
"Promenade," •* at Furnishing Goods 7 De
partment, Mechanics' Store.
'J. Fashionable Styles .in gentlemen's stiff
hats can be found in great variety in our Hat
Department. Weinstock 4 Lubin, proprietors
Mechanics' Store. ' y ■■
.Test Received from New York and Phila
delphia,' ladies' fine kid I Newport ties I and
san_»l slippers for $1 50, $2, $2 25, $2 50 (< at
the Red House. ■?-.- ■ly-.v.Jj. '.?.;' • ■ .'
■J Beware of all imitations in Rock & Rye.
Geo. W. Chealay, sola agent. ' *
■■-'.--*: v.. — .':'.-• "'-' Saturday, April 17tb.
Ah Kee vs. Ah Bon?— Cont nued.* ■>-- ■'■■■'■■■■ :.-i
Hi Mayo is. N. D. Thayer— Decree in favor of
F. L. Anderson vs. May N. Ryland et al —De
fault of L. C. Chandler and Charles Schmidt en
tered. ■ ■-. A J ■ .7,
People vs Nellie. Rodders (for robbery)—defend
ant, being ill, was released on her own recognizance.
Monday, April 19th.
Mary E. Harrigan vs. George McKee— Continued
Lewis Duck vs. A. C. Continued till to
Estate of Doris Thcilbar, deceased—
and taken under advisement.
Estate of L. A. M. Pascal, deceased— Final ac
count sett'.ed and distribution ordered. •
E Christy vs. H. Fisher — Continued one week.
W. Iliggins vs. P. Hiiggerty— Sheriff directed to
sell property under attachment.
Ellen Howell vs. John Kowell- Motion to modify
order submitted and taken under advisement.
Estate of Harrison Watkman, deceased Hearing
of settlement of final account, and order to show
cause why letters should Lot be revoked, on hear
ing. ---.; :.- - ■ ■
McManus— Motion to set aside personal property
and for discharge granted.
Guardianship of W. G. McLaughlin, a minor Pe
tition for letters filed and set for hearing May 3d.
Charles Swanston vs. William Swanston— Motion
to dismiss ; plaintiff^allowed till May loth to file an
I.V CATARRHAL IUTCI'.-i causes:
FOIL BREATH and disgusting expectoration;
(lt.tlkl.lM; I'.ll V«i in the head and forehead
DEAFNESS and loss of smelling power ;
'IllTlS.^llJiy Fever and other diseases.
- :;..-. - v.---
THE ACTIOX OF CATARRHAL TIBIS
" through the mucous membrane has been finally
discovered. WEI DE lIEIEB'S TKE,
, . THE -MV KNOW \ BEHEDY for these
. diseases, is as certain in its effects as vaccination
REV. C. 11. TAYLOR, 140 Noble St., Brooklyn,
N. V. : "I am radically cured of Catarrh."
D. G. McKELVEY, Gov't Inspector, 167 Mott St.
N. V.— Cured of very bad Chronic Catarrh.
It G. BLACKBURN, at Lord & Taylor's, Broad
N. V.— Cured of 3 years Catarrh ; 1 pack*
S. BENEDICT, Jr., Jeweler, 697 Broadway, N. Y.
(lady) — Cured of terrible Hay Fever,
REV. C. J. JONES, New Brighton, S. I.—" Worth
- ten times the cost."
REV. GEO. A. KIES, ICP Jay street, Brooklyn—
" It has restored me to ministerial labors."
REV. ALEX. FREESE, Cairo, N. V.— " It has worked
wonders in six cases in my parish."
DR. R. O. DURKIN, Dentist, 301 Sixth avenue,
N. V.— Cured of Catarrhal Influenza.
M'LLE AIMEE, Opera Prima Donna, Catarrhal
Bronchitis: "Great benefit from its use."
MRS. EMMA C. HOWES, 39 W. Washington Square,
• * ■• N. V.— Catarrh 30 years ; Cured by 2 pack
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
DR. WEI DE- METER* PAMPHLET,
with the most remarkable testimonials on record,
SEXT FREE, by his Agents, Messrs. D. B
DEWEY & CO., 40 Dey street, X. Y. ; or by Drug-
gists. The Cl BE IS DELIVERER at $1 SO a
package. Think of a REAL CURB for an ob-
stinatcdiscase at this trifling cost. [f7-lor3p6mSTuTh
EUnS, SEEDS AND PRODUCE.
W. R. STRONG & CO.,
Wholesale. Commission Merchants
• AND DEALERS IX ALL KINDS OF
CALIFORNIA tUUOM ASD DRIED FBI ITS.
NUTS, HONEY, SEEDS,
And t.i -lu-uil Merchandise.
__" All orders promptly attended to. Address,
W. R. STRONG k CO..
apS Iplm Nos. 6. 8 and 10 J street. Sacramento.
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANT
and dealer in Foreign aud Domestic Fruits
iigars and Tobacco, Pipes and Smokers' Articles, j
Cutlery and Notions, Nuts, Candies, etc., No. 54 J
rtreet. Sscrainento. apl 2 lul re
H. T. BREWER A CO.,
Commission Merchants and Wholesale
D»J M.hrtS IS
3REEN FRUIT, DRIED FRUIT, PRODUCE
Vegetables, Honey, Seeds, Alfalfa Seed, Etc,
foa.' 30 and 32 J Street, Sacramento.
■■■'•-,■' . apjl-lptf
LYON A BARXES
COMMISSION' MERCHANTS AND DEALERS IK i
t'rodaee, Vegetables, Bntter, Eggs, Chces
Poultry, Green and Dry Fruits. Honey, Beans, etc.
ALFALFA SEED. .
Iff Potatoes lv car-load lots or less.
' mr73-lptf Nos. 21 and 23 J street.
The Best 6-Hole linage «-■ —^
in ma would is *"*t<:7r > := 'te§^
Cy~i'aa£Zl La V^lJjlß
for sals BT yClSfr^J^^f^.
L. _. -LEWIS A CO., J^^^pS^^
133 AIU J Street. i.s c-^^-» 3SS_»*
f'l-.tott - — - —mm
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
Grand Hotel Property !
SITUATED ON THE CORNER OF FRONT
and X streets, Sacramento city, directly op
posite the steamboat landing, and near the railroad
depot. The best location in the city for a hotel
and business property. Will be sold low, with favor-
able terms as to payments, or leased for a term o)
years at a low rental. Inquire of E. CADWALADER,
No. 61 J street, Sacramento ; or S. P. DEWEY, No
308 Pine street. Sar Francisco. d-22-3ptf
__* H PENBYN
¥fSffl 1^ PEXBYX, CAL.
t___=MLlj|9^rpHE BEST VARIETY AND
c=^____9} l Largest Quarries on the
Pacific Coast. Polished Granite Monuments, Tomb-
stones and Tablets made to order.
Granite Building Stone
Cut, Dressed and Polis dto order. ■'- Jyll-lp6m I
1880. SPRING AND SUMMER! 1880.
A CHOICE SELECTION OF
THE LATEST EASTERN STYLES
(^CLOTHIIG AID SmSHffl. GOODS -Iff
y ; FROM OUR FACTORY, NOS. 134 AND 136 DUANE STREET, NEW YORK.
Elegant Patterns !
Newest Designs I
FOR STYLE, MATERIAL AND FINISH-PAR EXCELLENCE.
IN ELEGANCE OF STYLE— UNE^UALED.
|11||A->-. IN PERFECTION OF FIT -UNHEALED
AIN ' QUALITY OF ■ WORKMANSHIP- EXCELLED.
WLW& IN GENUINE SOLID VALUE- UNEXAMPLED.
IN ; POPULARITY-UNIVERSAL.
IN J SALES— UNPRECEDENTED. ; . 7
ea- By Rail we have fart received from our New York buyer the CHOICEST LINE OF GENTS'
FURNISHING GOODS EVER DISPLAYED IN SACRAMENTO.
J t jiJ_J_l___^U
Ho, 418 J street, between Fonrth and Fifth ; - - - Sacramento,
M4€_si_-_-____>_ l i__^^^^^^*f s ' 3p3m - "'^BrwSS-ianMm^
i 3C___S»O_T_^E'X3T_Z.E5. j ■
•i " ■ "" " ;
ea~ Our CIGAR TRADE is a large and
important branch of our business. We have built
it up, and established it upon first-class goods
and small profits, and ice know that tre can com-
pete with any Tobacco House upon this coast.
We buy of the manufacturers, and in large
quantities and at Cash Rates. Our stock ranges
from the finest imported Havana to common seed
We respectfully solicit your orders, and guaran-
tee the best goods for the money in the market.
Mams, Mcl & Co.,
j WHOLESALE emeus. | A
•4 ; I
91. 93 and 95 Front Street, Sacramento
IsD - ■ o i
p*m in v^ S
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-xji til vt £■-
co i |l .Jl (M
mmi < iCwfflm'
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WffITTM, FULLER ft CO,
K. I. JSOL O V X Z9
1020 SECOND STREET, SACRAMENTO,
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
PAINTS, DOORS, \
PICTURES, SASH WEIGHTS, ,
FRAMES, WALL PAPER,
MOLDINGS, SPONGES, ETC.
PIONEER WHITE LEAD.
Wo guarantee the PIONEER WHITE LEAD to
be STRICILY PURE, free from all impurities,
and or each and every ounce of adulteration found
in it we will pay $1011 I* i. «>!.!> COIV.
Please not confound the PIONEER WHITE LEAD
with other brands of California White Lead. The
superiority of th% "PIONEER" places it beyond
.A-ia-ja.3L.-_r s x_3 .
San Francisco, February' 24, 1550.
Messrs. Whittier, Fuller it Co.— Gentlemen : I
have made a careful analysis of PIONEER WHITE
LEAD, which I find to be PURE and entirely WITH-
OUT ADULTERATION. It has great BODY or
COVERING POWER when mixed with oil, in which
I it differs from some other sample) if Pure White
Lead 1 have examined.
HENRY G. HANKS, Chemist.
TO THE TRADE!
New Firm New Store!
_^_. S. Hopkins,
Well known formerly as Bookseller and Stationer,
has entered into partnership with
U. C. BILLINGSLEY,
And v ill continue the firm as heretofore,
BILLINGSLEY & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
food, Willow fare Jk.
IN ORDER TO MEET THE DEMANDS OF AN
extended trade, which is rapidly increasing,
tney have leased and are now occupying that large
and elegant store, •
Old Numbers, 75 and 77 J street,
BETWEEN THIBD AMI FOI' RTH,
Formerly occupied by A. S. HOPKINS. They intend
to carry full and complete stocks of every tiling in
their line. Among which are :
BROOMS, AXLE GREASE.
BASKETS, TUBS AND PAILS,
BKUSHKS, BOWLS AND TRAYS.
FEATHER DUSTERS, CHURN'S,
MATCHES,. BUTTER FIRKINS,
STOVE POLISH, KITS AND MOLDS,
STRAW and MANILA WELL BUCKETS AND
PAPER, KEGS, '
STEP-LADDERS, ETC., ETC.
£3" Also, Agents for San Francisco and Pacific
Glass Works and Sacramento Woodenware Factory.
1M..1 I V A CO..
ap!7-3plm New numbers, 311 and 313 J street.
SPECIAL TO THE TEADE !
We have Just received the following goods of our own importation, via CAPE HORN, and offer in lota
to suit, at new rates : ■ • .' . . -.7 '■
83» Cases or Ucrrlfl'H Eastern Pare Russett Apple Cider .......:. .(Fall. 1879.
60 __n_U .Hell wood Whisky .:.... ..' ■.r.;T."'.:T.'.'... '.. '.(Spring. IW7-H.
M ISurrels Flush's talto Wedding Kje ..•.7'..'..V..*..V:...'.."...:T.t:. ......7.(1856.
MX XX Royal Gin — ...'...... ..^..:'..... ................ ....(1n IS gallon rusks.
j^j_cjbs i. I*J_I.TBK, Ac co.,
Importers and Wholesale Liquor Dealers. 7.:'in.^t??C'?rri^?r^Ti...old No. 73 Front street, Sacramento
*mm — ■ _^^^^— .^m^mm
eia This prepara- j -^_ ■ ~ - ~Z _» . — — mmmm "i ful ran in the East
tion is a distillation ' _*\ aT% lAT 0_ I*\#__A It lsa CERTAIN
of selected RYE MS BB - ftC rGLi _*■% V §"" ! CURE FOR COUGHS
WHISKY and PURE 8 1 %,_# \J |\ %a&sm I I " El— .n! and COLDS, and all
ROCK CANDY, and I * " W -«^ ■■ m. _ - ■ » ■ mmm -■ BRONCHIAL jjf.
is having a wonder- ITRAOE tIAKk.] FECTIONS.
ea~ A NEW AND ALMOST CERTAIN CURE FOR CONSUMPTION. A delicious cordial ana *
splendid appetizer. Sold by all Leading Druggists and Grocers.
GEORGE W. CHESLEY, SOLE AGENT, *
No. 51 Front Street, between A and X.... ....Sacraments
Gold and Silver .W atches, Diamonds and Jewelry.
ta THE LEADIXC JEWELER OF SACRAMENTO. VI
i.-i.y. i .:'--'..■.■•
LARGEST STOCK! GREATEST VARIETY 1 FINEST GOODS I LOWEST PRICES
ea" In daily receipt of New Goods, direct from the factories, hence all my customers receive tba
benefit of buying from first hands. _______ -
g^SigiL of tlie Town Clock, <gv
cluia M). 315 J STREET, RET. THIRO AXD I 01KT1I, SACRAMENTO. tx'.—M.
. ■ ■ og :-J|.tf ■
AT TURNER HALL
BY SPECIAL REQUEST OF NUMEROUS FRIENDS AND PATRONS,
233-S.. SJL-'JJJfcJJti <S_ " CO.,
OF No. 11 KEARNY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, HAVE CONSENTED TO DELIVER ANOTHER
Tat' _2KH:S_ J3_CC3-_^-X. X._E_tC^-- > XrXL_E_ X
TURNER HALL, ON TUESDAY, APRIL 20TH.
i" Highly interesting facts will be Stated. This Lecture will be to MEN EXCLUSIVELY , beginning
1 8 o'clock; doors open at 7. ADMISSION, 25 CENTS. ;i apld-tt
w^ M^ MM^l^l^^^ w^ M^^l M l^^^ M i^^^^^_a__^^MaW-_---__---M------_----W-
NORTHWEST CORNER NINTH AND J STREETS.
We have just opened a new and spacious store, and we are in receipt of large invoices of goods from th*
Lost, consisting of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
In every variety of style and price, viz : MENS, YOUTHS', BOYS', CHILD'S, I ADIES', MISSES'
CHILDREN'S and INFANTS' A SPECIALTY- -made in the Shoe Department.
•:--' 'ii-'-- '■'.- .-'■ '.'"-■ '■• - - ' ~-i*!iSiims&
LIKEWISE A LARGE STOCK OF
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, NOTIONS, JEWELRY,
WATCHES AND CLOCKS, HATS AND CAPS, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE.
WE nAVE A
LARGE GROCERY DEPARTMENT
Attached, and are prepared to furnish GROCERIES at the very lowest bottom prices.
__■ ORDERS FROM TIIE INTERIOR PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO AND DELIVERED ON OARS
FRtE OF CHARGE. .•'.'-
W. A. CHITTENDEN & CO.,
NORTHWEST CORNER NINTH AND J STREETS.
■■ ■ " ■ -
£3T All Limit or Country Prodnre tiiken In exchange at tlio highest cash prices*
* apti- plmtawlawW
NEW YORK STORE,
CORNER NINTH AND J STREETS.
TO THE PUBLIC AND OUR PATRONS:
ea~ After an experience of one year in business, we have determined to change our mode, believinif
that it will be to the advantage of all. We, therefore, give notice that on and after MONDAY, APRIL
12th, nil goods will be sold for CASH ONLY. All goods will be marked in plain figures. Our reason foi
this change is : Goods bought for CASH eaa he sold much less than if purchased on time. If we sell for
CASH, we can buy for CASH, thus giving all who purchase from us the advantage thereof.
WE HAVE ENLARGED OUR STORE,
■-. ■ ■ '. --•■' ' ■'. - .-■ - ■- .- -'-. '.a-
Removed our GROCERIES to another apartment, and we wish to sail the attention of all to oar
magnificent stock of GHE -CSS',
" .--■' ,--77-
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Boots and Shoes.
Also jnst received, the finest assortment or
CIIILOREVS WHITE DRESSES, ______ IX XEW MIES* COOPS. CLOAKS AKD
I»OL«A\S. ALSO, .\EW STILE* OF FUIM.ES. CORSETS. PARASOLS, ETC.
ta We c-ill particular attention to our' stock of TOWELS and TABLE LINENS, BOUGHT FOR
CASH, and will he sold at prices never before < ffercd for CASH.
HI'K CRtICEI'-Y lIH*AILT.H_.%T is full and complete, our stock the freshest and our prices tha
lowest. Call and get prices.
teg- Hiahe3t price-* allowed on all kinds of Country Produce in exchange for goods. Orders from tba
interior promptly attended to. Samples sent IREE OF CHARUE.
HAYFORD BROS. & CO.,
ap6-3ptf PROPRIETORS. swlawWtf
y^^^TTRADE MARK -V_^<^\
PATENTED JUNE 13. 1876.
FOR SALE BY S. LIPMAN & CO., Sole Agents
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF
Silks, Satins, Brocades in Ecru, Leghorn,
Gendarmie and Garnet: the latest in Dolmans,
Ulsters and Wash Suits ; Lungucdoc, Aloncon »nd
Brabant Laces ; Parasols, Hosiery and Corsets, in
great variety. New Styles in Percales, Chintz,
M. mi Cloths, Organdies and Lawns ; Domestics,
Blankets and Table Linens.
8. I. IIMI IN A CO.,
CORNER FIFTH AND J STREETS, SACRAMENTO.
Agents for Bazar Pattern. Samples sent on appli-
cation. .__y ap!3-3plm
J. &-. DAVIS,
TTV EALER IN FINE FURNITURE g^^j^fH,
• v-A- Of every description \x££i£xm
13- ALSO, A FULL LINE 0? CARPETS. "_»
No. 411 K. atreet. bet fourth and Filth.
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' M. R. BEARD & CO.,
QIATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS
Wrapping Paper, Etc,
NO. 312 J ST., BET. THIRD AND FOURTH
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WILCOX, POWERS & CO.
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JUST RECEIVED SO BARRELS ■OF JUSTLY CELEBRATED - HICKORY i. GROVE WHISKY
Also, invoices of I MrTurkt r's Old Bnarbon. • Clbaon'a . Old Bonrbon, 1 Bock «'«T_
Hour lion and Bock Cave Bye, together with a General Assortment of Tine Brandies. " wa *j
and Doable lw» Via, from Bond-all of which we offer on the best possible terms. - We would
ask the trj:de to examine our goods before buying elsewhere. : We would also say to Families that they can
depend on getting goods of our house as represented, and delivered promptly at their homes, * Kfcfc wr
CHARGE. | Dr. Moll's Wild Cherry Tonic is meeting with great favor, and is recommended ay
Physicians as a tonic of great merit. :,- ■- - • . .<-'* :.'.:■■ - WILCOX. POWER* A CSS., 'i
oi-Splm ■ -' • NO. 505 X street, sole agents for the Pacific eoaat
i CrKOCBRS. I
Pearl Baking Powders!
$1,000 Given If any Alum or any In*
' Jurloii* Substances can be found
In this Powder.
THE PEARL BAKING POWDER IS ABSO-
lutely pure, made from the pure Grape Cream
Tai tar. The cans containing the Pearl are tbe
largest. Therefore, in 16 ounces of Pearl Baking
Powder there are more teaspoon! than in 16 ounces
of any other Powder in market, consequently the
most economical to use.
We take pleasure in recommending the Pearl
Hiking Powder to the Trade, believing it to be tho
BEST in market. Strictly Pare and Full Weight. -
CAUTION.— buy the Pearl fa bulk, ta tha
genuine is sold only in cans.
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"OUR TASTE" EXTRA SUCAR CURED KAVSI
V A GENTINE BCDWEI3EK BEER!
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-ta ORDERS SOLICITED FROM TDK TRJIDI o!UT.*__
HALL, LUHRS & CO.,
Corner TTilrJ a r.i! X street. Sarralwenf
: THEODORE GLANCE*.
nnilE GENERAL AGENCY 0? THE RECORD-
. I • UNION for San Francisco, both for circulation
«3 advertisements, ia in the office o Theodore
aiancey, No. 2CB Montgomery Itreet Hoomt 8
nd 10. ' .J-„'8-lDtf
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