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THE DAILY RECORD-UNION.
TCESDAV. . ... .■••••• ••• • • APRIE 10, IHSO.
OREGON.
PORTLAND'S POPULATION AND, BUSINESS
PROSPECTS.
'
Railroad Situation— Crop Prospscts— Wool
—Sugar— Beets— Politics— Captain
Connor— The Columbia, -
„; Portland, April S, ISBO.
That dabster at metaphor who first dis
covered "winter lingering in the lap of
spring " was in our minds all through the
month of March, for while there were a
few days that were clear, and many days
that a farmer could keep his team in the
field if he was actually bent upon having a
crop of spring-sown grain, there was,
throughout, a raw and uncomfortable char
acter to the month that was intensely dis
agreeable, and " the cold winds of March
made us tremble and shiver " to the last.
The winter, throughout, was rough on the
North Pacific people, causing great loss of
stock in many sections, and inflicting great
pecuniary damage. Spring has come at
. last; maple buds are swelling, and yellow
jonquils are in bloom. They are about
the only living thing of the vegetable crea
tion that are in bloom, and there is no leaf
to be seen on any tree or shrub, though
the lawns and plats are looking more lux
urious than heretofore. We shall soon
have lilacs and laburnums in bloom and
leafage in abundance, but the winter has
been so dreary and dismal beyond all for
mer average that we seem to have forgot
ten the pleasures and hope that lie in pro
spective of spring, summer and autumn.
"The sound of the turtle is heard in the
land," and the stroke of hammer timing
to the ripping saw say that the season
for building up Portland is here, in full
activity.
PORTLAND.
In 187S there were nearly 1,000 new
houses erected in Portland ;" in 1579 there
were less than 400, by actual computation,
and it remains to be seen what ISSO will
bring forth. Real estate dealers stoutly
assert that property is booming. Perhaps
it is. No doubt there is demand for busi
ness locations, though there is plenty of
room for business to spread, up and down
the river and on the back streets. The
fact is that Portland will have to share its
population and prosperity with East Port
land as soon as a bridge is built across the
"Willamette. That cannot be deferred very
long, and when in operation will make
available a great deal of area that lies
much better than Portland proper for im
mediate occupancy. Another year will
bring the railroad down the Columbia, and
it must come to East Portland, and may
terminate there until some future time,
when connection will be made to the Sound
or to Astoria. East Portland will be as
likely as not to have a "boom" another
year, based on its railroad prospects. Port
land must grow, continually, because it is
the representative of an imperial region,
but it cannot fulfill its destiny with a range
of abrupt hills one mile back of it, but
must cross the river to spend some of its
millions there. It is possible that by the
close of 1881 there will be four distinct
railroads coming into this city. That alone
will feed its pride and aggravate its arro
gance. Cities are like individuals, and
when they have everything their own way
are sure to become unreasonably head
strong.
RAILROADS.
The situation remains unchanged. All
along the Columbia river, from the Dalles
to Wallula, work is going on bridges
being built, grading being — and be
yond Wallula the Northern Pacific is con
structing to Ainsworth, at the junction of
the Columbia anil Snake rivers, and 200
miles beyond there, towards Lake Pen
d'Oreille, in northern Idaho. Surveys are
already being made on the line down the
Columbia, from the Dalles to Portland.
Surveys are also making on the Snoqualmie
and Cowlitz passes, over the Cascades to
' Pont Sound, where the Northern Pacific
Railroad intends to go in good time. Short
roads are being located to reach productive
districts tributary to the upper Columbia,
and you know all about the competition
between the narrow-gunge and standard
track roads in this valley. All this means
business and more or less prosperity for
everybody.
crop prospects.
I have taken pains to learn as much as
possible about the crop prospects, and the
general report is that winter wheat is in
good condition, at least fair, and promises
well. There is an occasional instance
where complaint is made that it has been
injured by February frosts, but I am in
clined to believe that the average prospect
in this valley is from fair to good. East of
the mountains they have less fall grain
sown than last year, because at the time
when they should have been plowing and
sowing they were trying to haul their grain
to market. The season has been very dry,
also, so as to discourage spring sowing, but
last week they had sufficient rain to carry
them along until the middle of April. If
they have spring rains to do them they
will have a fair crop, but ■ my fear is that
they will not raise as much wheat to sell
as in 1579.
Wool is the exciting topic now among
all producers. The price is satisfactory
. and there will be lots of it. Whether mure
than in 1579 I cannot say, and am afraid
there will not be. There is some loss of
stock, and lambs that have come before this
have not done very well. The hardships
of the winter may be realized in the fleece
. and very possibly the wool clip will not ex
ceed- the 7,000,000 pounds of the clip of
187!'. Over on the Sound they are offering
prizes for excellence in raising sugar-beets.
That is a country (and so is this) that an
swers the conditions of the favorite regions
for cultivation of the sugar-beet in Europe,
to-wit : northeastern France, Belgium,
Holland and part of Germany and Russia,
where there is humidity and rxx long con
tinued extreme of summer heat. Such a
climate, and heavy . clay soils, are said to
. favor the perfect growth of that important
vegetable. South, in Rogue River valley,
they are determined to make an experi
ment with sorghum and ste if they cannot
raise it successfully this year. So the first
thing you may know, we may be making
our own sug\r and saving the millions of
dollars we send abroad for sweets. The
climate east of the mountains, and of
Southern ; Oregon, should be suitable to
amber cane that does so well in Minnesota.
. We are determined to produce something
besides wheat. AAAi j
' THE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES
■ The Democratic State Convention was
in session to-day, and probably adjourned
at noon. Its game is made for the cam
• paigns of 1880. John Whiteaker for Con
gress was what I prophesied in my last.
"Old John" wrote a letter from Wash
ington saying that he was satisfied to stay
on his -farm, but they knew he didn't
actually mean it, and also that they
couldn't well do as wellwvithout him. He
is a Granger, a successful farmer, has been
Am public life a long while, was the first
■ Governor of Oregon— 1559 to 1862 —
and has been repeatedly in the Legislature
- and several times presiding officer, having
„ been President of the Senate in IS7B.
His mind has-been schooled by so much
':'■ active participation in public affairs, and I
am told that he has been really a student,
- and ; has disciplined himself by careful
- reading and observation. His reputation
: is good 7 for honesty and ' good sense, and
: ': his chance for success lies in the certainty
Ji of receiving his party vote and the possi-
A bility that many farmers will prefer one of
themselves to any . lawyer— and it is cer
. tain ': that the .: Republicans will nominate
A" some • legal . gentleman, probably 'M. C.
A George, of this • city, one of the best men
they have,' viewed from the standpoint of
moral excellence, as well as otherwise.
*?..., "A ;A THE 80PEKSOK BENCH. A .-.
• Candidates for Supreme Judge are 1, Col-
V onel ''; J. Kelly of this ? city, 1 late j United
. States ? Senator, and at present member of
the Supreme Bench by appointment :He
lis ' a good man, not brilliant, but sound.
He had the misfortune to be mixed a little
with the " Gabble " dispatch and the Cro
nin business, -which is the worst thing
against him. P. P. Prim, of Jacksonville,
has been on the bench since the State or
ganization was consummated, and is now
one of the Supreme Judges. He is a par
ticular personal friend of the writer, so
must be a good man, and as his democracy
was the force of habit, it must be excused.
If any man on the ticket can be elected it
will be Judge Prim. John_ Burnett, of
!.lar personal a good man, like the other
it be a good man, and as his democracy
the force of habit, it must be excused,
my man on the ticket cau be elected it
be Judge Prim. John Burnett, of
vallis, is also a good man, like the other
two— not so brilliant as he is sound and
honest.' The nominations are fair, and can
only fail for want of votes in the party.
John Burnett has been often in public life,
like the others, His record is fair. -> AA
Presidential Electors are Tom Fulton, of
Wasco, not a very popular man ; J. K.
J Weatherford, of Albany, a lively fellow,
was speaker of the House in '70, and T.
C. Owen, of Coos, of whom I know little.
The . Democratic Convention plainly
dodged the financial question, and some
members talked hard money in a very rad
ical way, Judge McArthur doing pen
ance for his advocacy of repudiation ten
years ago, saying he had studied the Fed-
I way, Judge McArthur doing pen
:e for his advocacy of repudiation ten
irs ago, saying he had studied the Fed
list and the history of the Constitution
since then, and was no longer a disciple of
Pendleton. So the financial plank was
not nailed to the platform and lies loose,
ready to drift with the tide that shall set
at Cincinnati.
CAPTAIN CONNER.
One of the best known sea captains on
this coast was Francis Conner. It is said
that he was first-mate of the Gold Hunter,
j that steamed from your port 29 years ago
last January for Portland, on which I was
a passenger. He has sailed in this trade
very much ever since. I loaded the Gold
Hunter, on her return, with cord wood,
cut green in the wood", at £9 a cord, pay
in,' £3 for cutting and $3 for hauling, and
the woods in sight. It was snowing and
very mean weather, and I stood at the
levee and delivered the wood in cord piles
to the mate. Those were flush times. So
much of the wood as was not burned on
the voyage I heard was sold at $25 a cord
in San Francisco. Conner was a trust
worthy commander and respected by the
company. He went East and brought out
two new steamers, and I am informed took
it to heart that he was not sent after the
Columbia, of which he was to be com
[ mander when she arrived.
THE COLUMBIA RIVER BAB,
The channels of the bar are shifting and
shoaling, somewhat, and a new channel is
imminent. Meanwhile the ship Dilharee
went on the sands, outward bound, and
ship and cargo were a total loss. Insur
ance has increased, and croakers are mak
ing the most of the unhappy circumstance.
The entrance to the river can be improved,
and the estimate of engineers for a sea-wall
or rubble-stone dike 10,000 feet long, is
only $4,750,000, a trifle the Government
can well atl'ord to pay to insure a good en
trance. Such expenditure would make a
good entrance, and answer all the needs for
a harbor of refuge, and it is not a bad in
vestment, all things considered. One
trouble is that the land south of the en
trance, which is low and sandy, is fast
wearing away, so that it threatens to wash
Fort Adams into the sea at no distant day.
There is twenty miles of this land, known
as Clatsop plains, consisting of a series of
sandy ridges that have been sea beaches in
the past, for the bones of a wreck are now
found half a mile inland. The sea that
threw them up can undo them again, and
take the river channel over the region
where Lewis and Clarke hunted elk in the
early years of the century. This dike of
rubble rock is intended to stop the wash at
Point Adams,' and create a permanent
channel that time and tide will have to
wait for. Something must be done to
mend the entrance to the great river of
the west. C.

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Notice to School Book PubMers,
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION FOR THE
Public Schools at the city of Sacramento pro-
pose to change the text-books in the Primary and
Grammar Schools under their charge, and hereby
give notice tbat they will, until 7:30 r. M. on
Wednesday, May 5, 1880,
At their office. No 10 Odd Fellows' Temple, in said
city, receive proposals for furnishingduringthe legal
term the following-named text-books:
headers. Intellectual Arithmetic, Complete
Arithmetic, Comprehensive Grammar, Primary
Geography, Comprehensive Geography, United
States History, Elementary Physiology, Copy
Books, Spellers, Drawing Bootak Music Readers
(Elementary), Book-keeping.
Samples cf the books must accompany each bid,
and thb bid must state tbe rate at which each will be
furnished at wholesale and at retail, and whether
the hooks accepted will be exchanged for those now
in use without cost to the pupils or to the Hoard, or
at what late such exchange will be made, j
Bonds satisfactory to the Board will be required
from the successful bidder that such books can be
purchased at or c or more places in this city in suffi-
cient quantity and at all proper times at the retail
price agreed upon during the existence of his con-
tract, and that the books, in weight, color and quality
of paper, in binding, in typography, and in all other
respects shall be equal to the samples.
The Board reserves the right to reject any or all
bids or any portion of a bid.
- v .--. J. T. GBIFFITTS, President.
F. L. Landes, Secretary. apl9-2w4p
DEiaOCR ATIC
County Central Committee.
"\J-OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THERE
Xi will he a meeting of the Democratic County
le tra! Committee held at the Canitai Hotel, Sacra-
mento city, on SATURDAY, April 21, ISSO, at 10
o'clock A. H. Business of im|iortance. A full at-
tendance is requested.
•■ --„■■ •R. D. STEPHENS, Chairman.
W. L. Hers dos, Secretary. apl9-td
THE MEDICAL SOCIETY
- ■ j '■■■'- ■
—or the
STATE OF CALIFORNIA.
ANNUAL MEETING.
THE TENTH ANNUAL MEETING (SINCE ITS
. reorganization) of the Medical ciety of the
State of California, will be held in Covenant Hall,
Eddy street, San Francisco, commencing on ' -7 >
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21. 1880.
At 10 o'clock. A full attendance of members is
desired, as matters of much importance are to come
before the Society. G. G. TYRRELL, M. D.,
apl7-3t •— . **---.'- < -. Permanent Secretary.
BLACK DIAMOND; COAL
AND SCREENINGS.
rriHE " ABOVE * WELL KNOWN SUPERIOK
X MONTE DIABLO COAL, the most economical
that can be used for r • am, is for sale in lots to suit
at Black Diamond Landing, Contra Costa county,
and at the office of the Company, southeast corner
of Folsom and Spear streets, San Francisco.
P. B. CORNWALL, . .
.apta-'t .«>Twrid«it X, D ;0„_ On; 7
FIRST ARTILLERY R£G'T. BAND.
MUSIC FURNISHED FOR PARTIES, f^TAj
_i.Y_L Serenades. Parades. Picnics, c c. Leave 59 l-
orders at headquarters. So. • 720 X street ; ft '."
T. A Fisch. Twelfth and G streets. . Leader. *<_-_
K. W. DAVIS, No. 1321 I street. apfHmy I
BUSINESS CAEDS.
Vf. B. j KXIUHTS,
CORNER OF FRONT AND L STREETS
Highest price for Hides, Sheep PelU and
Tallow. Supplies Butchers with Salt, Paper, latest
mproved Sausage Machines, Staffers, Lara Presses,
Etc. Prompt cash returns made for all consign-
ments^ aplB-4ptf
I. CARLE. ■ J. CROLT.
CABLE A CROI.Y,
CONTRACTORS ANO BUILDERS, ARE PRE-
pared to do all kinds of work in their me, in
city or country. Principal place of business, Sacra-
mento. Shop, 82 Seeoud street, between X and L.
Post-office Box, 410. Sacramento. ap!6-4ptf
ii. ii. MrWILIIAMS.
HOPE IRON WORKS, FRONT STREET, BE-
ween 1 and J. Machinery of all kinds nude
lo order and repaired. Sole manufacturer of Car-
lisle's Patent Derricks. Lawn Mowers Repaired.
■" . ■ ap!4-4ptf .
A. K. MVM, M. I).,
SURGEON-IN-CHIEF CENTRAL PACIFIC
Railroad Hospital. Office, No. 906 J street,
over Gogings' drug store. Kesidenre, No. 920 M
dtrect. Visits Railroad Hospital daily at 9:30 A. v.
' ap!4 4plo ■
JtLirs STKITZ.
SUCCESSOR TO FOX k STRUTZ, IMPORTER
and Wholesale Dealer in Wines and Liquors,
No. 41 Istreet, Sacramento. Sole agent for Falk's
Milwaukee Beer. apl4-4plm
GKOVE L. JOHNSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW— OFFICE, FIFTH ST.,
between I and J. Residence, No. 207 I
street, between Seventh and Eighth. apl'Mnlm
T. B. McFAB-AXD,
A TTORNEY AT OFFICE, SOUTHWEST
,£__ comer of J and Fourth streets. Residence,
H atreet, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth. ap9-4p*
UK.KKD HATMOXD. DARWIN C. ALLKN
lIAYMOND A ALLEN.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW*
Office in Quinn's new building, corner of
fourth and J streets (up stairs), Sacramento. [ ap7-4p
».. E. ALEXANDER.
A TTORNEY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office : Northeast corner of J and Fourth
streets, Sacramento. ap3-4plm
DR. WALLACE A. UKIGGS
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE AND RE3l-
dence to Dr. G. L. Simmons' Building, J
street, between Second and Third. Office hours : 8
to 9 A. m., 11 A. M to 2 P. M., and 6 to 8 v. M. ai>l2-tf
KEMOVED.
CHARLES T. JONES AND ED. M. MARTIN,
Attorneys-at-Law and Notaries Public, have
removed their office to No. 607 I street, between
Sixth and Seventh. mr24-4plm
08. B.LTCU.
OFFICE 84 J STREET.— OFFICE HOURS: 9
A. M. and 12:30 to 2 p. M. ja'29-tf
MISS L. J. KKL!.«»<'.«. M. l!».,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN— AND
residence, Nathan building, comer of Seventh
tnd I streets. Office nours, 6:20 A M.. 2 to 4
and 7 to 8 P. M mr3l-4plm
W. a. ur_usox, M. D.,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office, southwest cornet of Seventh and J
streets in Erye's new building, up stairs. Resi
dence, southeast corner of Seventh and N streets,
Sacramento. Office hours : Ito 3 and 6toBp. M.
, mr2s-4nlm
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PURCHASING AND GENERAL BUSINESS
Agency, 529 X street, Sacramento, Cal. Any.
thing that you wish to have and do not know where
to get it, may be furnished here. Agencies, com-
missions and correspondence, cither in English,
French or German respectfully solicited. ap6-4plm
C. H. KKEBS A CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS,
Glass, Varnishes, Brushes, Wall Paper, Window
Shades and Wax Flower Goods, Pictures, Molding*
Painters' and Artists' Materials, No. 626 J. and 1006
Seventh street, Sacramento. Cal. mr2o-4ptf
11. F. BOOT. . ALBX. NBILSOX. J. DRISCOL.
BOOT, NEILSOX A CO.,
UNION FOUNDRY— IRON AND BRASS
J Founders and Machinists, Front street, be-
tween N and O. Castings ana Machinery of every
description made to order. mr24-4plm
J. A. 41 XXIX6HAM. -
QJACRAMENTO BOILER AND IRONWORKS,
5k I street, between Front aud Second, Sacra-
mento. Manufacturer of Steam Boilers, Sheet Iron
Work, etc Also, all kinds of Repairing. Changing
Portable Boilers from Wood to Straw Burners a
Specialty. ap6-4ptl
W.M. GITTEXBEBGEK,
TRON AND BRASS FOUNDER AND MA-
chinist. Costings and Machinery of a.l kinds
made to order at the lowest prices. Guttenberger's
Home Powers the best and cheapest made. Corner
of Front and N streets. Sole manufacturer of the
California Giant Quartz Mill. mr26-4plm
JAMES Mc-CIBE,
MANUFACTURER OF IRON DOORS, SHUT-
ters, Railings, Gratings, House-work and
Blacksmithir.g m general, No. 148 X street, between
Fifth and Sixth Second-nand Doors for sale
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CAPITAL ALE VAULTS,
NO. 302 J, AND 1005 THIRD STREETS.
Hot Lunch daily from 11 A. M. to 1 o'clock
p. M The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
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EBXEB BROS.,
r PORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
fine Brandies, Wines and Kentucky Whiskies.
Agents of the real Chris. Schroeder'siNordhaeuser
Whisky, and of the genuine Imported Cuimbachcr
Beer. No. ICO9 Fourth street, Sacramento.
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pose. A boy had been so badly poisoned as to be
confined to his bed for a week, and had his hands all
covered with sores when he began to use PHOS-
PHATE SOAP. . Within twenty-four hours he was
greatly relieved, and in a few days was entirely
cured of Poison Oak by the use of PHOSPHATE
SOAP.
Men and women, young and old, who wish to keep
the skin healthy, soft, natural ard beautiful, should
avoid common snaps and buy nothing for toilet use
except PHOSPHATE SOAP. Ask your druggist
or grocer for it, and take nothing else. .
■■- apl94p2nfc ■■ -.. i.,..:J 7'- .--■• :
MATHEY CAYLUS'
Used for over 25 years with treat success by ths
- physicians of Paris, New York and London, and
- superior to All others for the prompt cars of all :
cases, recent or of long standing.
-.'-' Prepared by CLIN A CIE, Paris. Sold Eraiy- -
whera. CAPSUIES.
CAPSULES.
l 2 -lvTThiS
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE.
UNION 7~
TNSURANCE COMPANY, SAN FRANCISCO.
Fire and .Marine. 7. ~
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, 0VE8......51,000,0f0
Losses promptiv adjusted and paid in cold coin". 3
CADWALADER & PARSONS,
General Agents Sacramento , Div'n, No. 61 J street
■_ .Jl: ■.... ■■'-■ ap!3-4ptf -
EDW. CADVPAUtDEE. CHAS. R. PARSONS.
CADWALADER & PARSONS
(Successors to Edw. Cadwalader),
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
NO. GI J STREET.
ta~- Real Tstate Bought and Sold on Commission.
AGENTS FOR THE
UNION OF SAN FRANCISCO,
ROYAL,
HAMBURG BREMEN,
NORWICH, UNION AND LANCASHIRE FIR
INSURANCE COMPANIES ; and the -
MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. OF NEW YORK.
ap6 Iptf
~ W. P. COLEMAN,
T>EAL TATE SALESROOM, 89 J STREET
Real Estate Bought A Hold on Commission.
Agent for the
' LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE,
FIREMAN'S FUND OF SAN FRANCISCO
FIRE COMPANIES.-Also the
S. Y. LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. mr3l-4plm
C. H. KREBS & CO.,
AOENTS FOR THE
riHEMX OF UARIFORO, CONNECTICrr,
. — — AND
HOME OF XEW fork.
AGGREGATE ASSETS $9.01 1,' C0 00.
Wo issue j 'hit Policies, which are therefore the
strongest and mostdesirable written by any American
Fire Insurance Com|»tny. . njr:7-4plni
JOHN T. CAREY,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENT,
Conveyancer and Notary Public. Rents Col-
lected and Loans Negotiated. City and Country
Property Bought and Sold on Commission, at.
reasonable rates. Houses to lc', Stores to let,
Offices to let. Improved and desirahle Building
Lots for sale at bargains, and on easy terms. Farms
for sale in Yolo, Solanoand Butte counties. Manager
of the Sacramento Branch of the Home Mutual
Insurance Company, and Agent for reliable Foreign
Insurance Companies. Office, No. 1000' Fourth
street, Sacramento. mr26-4plm
PHCENIX ASSURANCE CO.
OF LONDON, ENGLAND ; BRITISH AMERICA
ASSURANCE COMPANY of Toronto, Canada ;
WESTERN ASSURANCE COMPANY of Toronto,
Canada. HITLER .'. ll.lLliE*.
General Agents for Pacific Coast, No. 413 California
stree*, San Francisco.
ea GERMAN AMERICA"! of New York. "__
SPINKS 4; ACOCK,
Local Agents, No. 402 J St., Sacramento. Jh3o 4ptf
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE
TNSURANCE COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA
Home Office, No. 41 Second street, Sacramento.
CAPITAI BRANCH. '".
W. R. STRONG President
MATHEW COOKE Vice President
GEORGE M. MOTT Secretory
DR. W. H. BALDWIN Medical Examiner,
Executive Committee :
F. L. H. Weber, Henrt Fikpi:?.,
H. A. WbaVkr, ' .1. • . Farnbwoktii,
C. 11. Krebs.
At age of 35, upon the low rate plan the cost of
25,000 insurance is but 23 cents per day.
Over SI.MMI.OOO paid to Poller Holders
and their Representative*.
ea Policies issued upon all the approved plans.
dl-4ptf ■ - - •■■ j
FURNITURE, BEDDING. ETC.
JOHN A. WILSON,
IMPORTER, MANUFACTURER.- A. „
and Dealer in \?"/S-*?v'
FI.VEFUUMTrKEd REDDING, "'£_-
No. 11l J street, bet. Fourth and Fifth.
__" A New and Complete Stock at Reduced Prices.
Country orders promptly attended to. dl-4plm
W. D. COMSTOCK,
RAND FIFTH STS^Manufactureryg^Aj^^.
am. Importer, oilers his V^S'tftJ'.v
LARGE AND SELECTED STOCK iS"^L«-
Of Furniture, fur rush, a - lower prices
tban 'oilier bonne.
eST ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. "^i*
mr26-4plm W. D. COMSTOCK.
CAPITAL FURNITURE COMPANY,
MAMF.U'TI RER*. ,
THE CHEAPEST AND BESTjp—Ay^R
place to purchase Furniture >^3A V*
the State. "We stand for HOME mSf^mltW
LABOR against IMPORTATIONS." ££=■ ■*''
ta Special inducements to the le. CAPITAL
FURNITURE COMPANY, No. 178 J street, Sacra-
mento. EB-tf '7?
FURNITURE,
VAN HEUSEN & HUNTOON'S
.'»:.". 204 .1 STREET: "_ „-i.
Prices alway the Lowest and the Best Assortment,
fil-tf
LEGAL "NOTICES.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS-
ESTATE OF NELLIE MARGARET CROCKER,
fyj decease!.— Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned, Administrator of the estate of NELLIE
MARGARET CROCKER, deceased, to the creditors
of, and all persons having claims against the said
deeeosed, to .exhibit them with the necessary
vouchers, within ten months after the first publica-
tion of this notice, to the said Administrator, at his
place of business, Room 1, Railroad Buildli g, corner
of Fourth and Townsend streets, in the city and
county of San Francisco, California.
Dated at Sacramento, Cal., March 5, 1880.
.i\s. 0.8 GUNK,
Administrator of the estate of Nell.c Margaret
Crocker, deceased.
T. B. McKakland, Attorney. apG law4wTu
Notice to Creditors of Insolvent.
JN TIIK SUPERIOR COURT OF THE COUNTY
of Sacramento, State of California. ERASTL'S
PARSONS vs. HIS CREDITORS. Pursuant to
an order of S. C. Denson, Judge of the said
Superior Court, notice is hereby tr v eu to all the
ereditorsof the said insolvent, ERASTUS PARSONS,
to be and appear before the Superior Court,
at the Courtroom of sail Court, in the city
of Sacramento, in the county of Sacramento,
on the 10th day of MAY, A. D. 18S0, at 10
o'clock A. m. of that day, then and there to show
cause, if any they can, why the prayer of said
insolvent should not be granted, and an assgn-
ment of h's estate be made, and he be discharged
from his de ts and liabilities, in pur uance of the
Statute in such case made and provided and in
the meantime all proceedings against said insolvent
be stayed.
wit ess mv hand and the seal of said Court,
this sth day of APRIL, A. V. 1880.
[SEAL.] TIIOS. H. BERKEY, Clerk.
By J. H. l'.vij\Ki.:., Deputy.
apC-lawstTu* -
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED PROPOSALS OR BIDS WILL BE
received at the office of the Board of Regents
of the University of California, No. 310 Pine strett
(room 3-), in San Francisco, at any time from this
date, until 12 o'clock a. of SATURDAY, the Bth
day of MAY, 1880, for performing the labor and
furnishing the materia s necessary to the erection of
a Library and Art Gallery, on the State University
grounds at Berkeley, In Alameda county, upon
which said sealed proposals or bids a contract will
be made for the erection of said building.
The plans and specifications for said building can
be seen and are open to public inspection from and
after the date of this notice, during business hours,
at the office of J. A. Remer, Architect, No. 230
Montgomery street, San Francisco. . _ ...;_■:=
■ No proposals or bids will be considered unless the
same are accompanied with a good and sufficient
bond of said proposer or bidder, payable to th
Regents of the University of California, equal to 1
per cent, of the amount proposed or bid, wi'h goo
and sufficient sureties, upon the cond tion that i
said proposal or bid shall be accepted the party pro-
posing or bidding will duly enter into a proper con-
tract, and faithfully perform the same in accordance
with said proposals or bids and the plans and
specifications herein referred to, which said plans
and specifications shall be a part of said contract, as
provided by an Act of the Legislature, enti led "An
A t to regulate contracts on behalf of the State,
in relation to erections and buildings, approved
March 23, 1876," to which the attention of bidders
is directed. ''' ■ j : J
7 The right to reject any and all bids is reserved.
The said sealed proposals or bids will be publicly
opened at the office of the Board of Regents afore-
said, on !>ATURDAY, the loth day of MAY, 1880,
at 12 o'clock noon, at which time and place bidders
are requested to be present. ,
I By order of the Building Committee of the Board
of Regent*. 3 - -. R. E. C. STEARNS, Secretary.
Dated San Francisco, April 3, 1860. apa
F. KUNZ'S UNION NURSERY
TENTH STREET, BET. V AND V.
TnrrOTTLD RESPECTFULLY CALL AT-
WOHLD RESPECTFULLY CALL AT- -flflfc
tention tohismarvu.ous collection fgrc4%
of Hare 'liees, Shrut.berv • and Florisi*»aS^
Flowers. Havin? a lar.-e stock on hand ; mg. ':'■',
lam tnabled to sell at reduced prices. 1 ': Call and be
convinced. ■': 'Jl' ' ' -' .■'-■■■■-'■'■ •■' mr 24 4| lm T.
s J. FRANK CLARK, A
UNDER TAKER,
fjhmnjii ''J . "" ~"~" ~ M - f V" 1 *"i ~a j
Baa. and 51 Fonrth at.. bet. J and U.
Always a complete stock' in ' storeAS Countrj
: orders receive prompt attention, al-4plm g
gQT-a^AND-BESTAUfiANTS,
TONEVS "
v^/S OYSTER & CHOP HOUSE, _jKV*a
'^%JV)5r No - 61 Tn " u> Strm v jßwslg
:*'^S»_i r .. Between J and K.westside *S»T^*
- •■;■.. ' , ■. -;-. --.1.1J-.
: .. Newly refitted. Private Booms for Families.
Eastern and California OTSTERS in every style
JTONEY'S _^^_^
JS*. /~\ OYSTER & CHOP HOUSE, fjfom
'N^AjJ, Jf No. 54 Tuird Stmst, &StmW
Between J and X, west side
Newly refitted. Private Rooms for Families.
*m and California OYSTERS in every style
ap3-4plm
TREMONT HOTEL
J STREET BETWEEN FRONT AND SECOND
Sacramento - -
Tbe House newly furnished throughout. Large, airy
rooms. Good board and clear water. Prices moderate.
' ap3-lm4p ■ P. BRYDING. Proprietor.
LANSING'S
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, SACRAMENTO.
A Sat.. KM, 322, 324 and 320 X street, .
Between Tliird and Fourth, opposite Postoffice.
t3T The largest and best Family Hotel in the city.
Best Meals in the city, for 25 cents. Board, per
week, $5; $1 to $2 per day. Finely furnished rooms.
,'e*t and best Family Hotel in tiie city.
in the city, for '.'5 cents. Board, per
Ito $j! per day. Finely furnished rooms.
Street cars pass the door every five minutes.
. ap6-tf JAMES LANSING, Proprietor.
ARCADE HOTEL
SECOND STREET, BETWEEN J AND X, SAC
2^ ramento. J
- nu-24tf "' THOS. QUINEAN, Proprieior. ■
MECHANICS' EXCHANGE.
DEUTSCHES GASTHAUS, NOS. 18, 20 AND 2J
I street, between Front and Second, Sacra-
mento. Meals, 21 cents; Beds, 25 eeuts. '
d-22-tf . JACOB SCHMID. Proprietor.
AG-BICULTUBAL WABES.
MARCUS C. HAWLEY & CO.. *
Hardware and Agricultural Implements,
SAN FRANCISCO
And Nos. 43, 45 and 47 J street ....Sacramento
_■" apB-4plm I
BAKER&HAMILTON,
*?-?■ L__.C7fc.lM I II
IMPORTERS I
WHOLESALE DEALERS
SHOVELS, AXES, BOLTS, NAILS,
SCREWS, BUTTS, HINGES.
RIVETS, SATIS. LOCUS, SCALES,
PLANES, GRINDSTONES,
DANDLES, OILEKS,
. WHEELBARROWS, TWINE,
ROPE, WRENCHES.
CAPS, SHOT, CUTLER*.
BELTING, WIRE, POWDER,
BAKES. SNATHS. SCYTHES,
WIRECLOTU, FORKS,
GRAIN CRADLES. HOES, I
Etc., Etc., Etc
Also, Manufacturers and Agents for all leading
Agricultural Implements and Machines, such as
STEEL PLOWS,
IRON PLOWS,
GANG PLOW 3, I
HARROWS, CULTTVATf'RS,
SEED SOWERS, FAN MILLS,
CIDER MILLS, CORN SHELLERS,
ENGINES, THRESHERS,
MOWERS, REAPERS, ETC., ETC
ca AGENTS fob BAIN'S WAGONS. 'j-i
SACRAMENTO AND SAN FRANCISCO.
__" SEND FOR CATALOGUES. al-4ptf
-■ BANKING HOUSES.
PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK.
OF SACRAMENTO.
Capital $500,070.
DIRECTORS :
Wm. Jonssros, E. J. Crolt,
Wm. R. Ksigiits, John L. Hiwroon,
E. C. Atkinson, Samuel Gottlieb.
WM. BECKMAN President.
WM. F. HUNTOON Secretary and Oa»r>ir».
MONEY TO LOAN. al-lm4p _
NATIONAL GOLD BANK
j |"|F D. 0. MILLS & CO., SACRAMENTO.
EDGAR MILLS President. AA
W. E. CHAMBERLAIN.... Vice President.
FRANK MILLER Cashier
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
EXCHANGE OS
Neir York, London, Dublin, Berlin, Paris,
And all the principal cities of Europe.
Exchange on San Francisco at 80 cents per $1,000.
mrll-tf
lOABBIAGES,I OABBIAGES, HARNESS, ETC.
PIKE & YOUNO,
} CARRIAGE MANUFACTUR- __ _
\^/ ers, corner of Fourth and /S|pis*.\\
j L streets, Sacramento, have on E#OtHs|9S^>J
1 jand the largest assortment of '<&£^vlS_y'"* :; iJ>
I Carriages, Wagons and Buggies to be found In sacra |
m^nto which liisv will sell at very low rite* np\'S I
PIONEER LIVERY STABLE.
T. D. SCRITER Proprietoi
HACKS ON CALL AT ANY HOUR gv
i XJL day or night. Coupes, Phaetons, vSttZS}
Rockaways, Barouches, Buggies, with the SL2t' I
best roadsters to be found in any liver}' stable on th«
coast, for hire, Horses kept in livery at reasonable I
rates. Stables on Fourth street, between I and J
I -' •_■- ap7-4ntf
CAKRIAGKES
Nevada's Grand Gold .ilt-dals for ISTG, 187;, [
. IBTB and 1810.
SEVEN GOLD AND SEVEN SILVER MEDALS.
Iko 100 First Class Premiums for the best wCrk
rom the Mechanics' Fair, S n Francisco, and the j
different State Fairs held in this State and Nevada. |
HARRY BERNARD,
MANUFACTURER, COS. SIXTH AND L STREETS,
SACRAUEjyro.A
-.•'-■;-. -'.:■'- ■ - ■ '
ea I have on ban! and for sale at the lowest
possible prices, the new style of PONY PHAETONS
the handsomest in the State. Family Carr ages, I
latest patterns. Neatest Open Bu gits in the State.
Light Top Buegies. H' avy Top Buggies for moun-
tain use. Farm rs' Carr.agcs. 1 rotting Wagons I
and Sulkies, all of my own make. Carnage Paint- j
ing and Trimm ng done at the lowest price. None I
but the most experienced workmen employed. I
Repairing neatly done, and all w rk is warranted.
Call at the Factory and see for yourself. mr29-4ptf I
a. nous & co. , a. a. van vooamu
I R. STONE & CO.,
Manufacturers. Importers and Wholesale Dealers la
@^ Saddles and Harness, Sm\
SADDLERY HARDWARE, CARRIAGE TRIM.
"5 mings, Carriage Robes, Horse Clothing, Whips
Collars, Leather and Shoe Findings, etc. A full line |
of the best quality of Saddlers' and Shoemakers
Tools. Received first premium at State Fair, 1377
for best Mexican Saddles, best Carriage Harness,
best Horse Collars, and the Society's gold medal for I
heat display in the department. ISO J street, be
-re^rv Fifth and Sixth Sacramento. mr4-4r-.ini
The Pioneer Box Factory
HI Ahead of all Competitor
O O OSC Zlj -iSb SO IW
ooum or ..-■■.*'
Front and M treet5.............
a,-.--, ■/. ■ ■-'>"■ •-■'. "IMntfi JJ '.'■.'■■." :■■■; r
Sacramento a Planing Mill,
SASH AND BLIND FACTORY, CORNER OK
Front and Q stre ' Sacramento.
.'"" ;: Door*. Windows. Blind*,
Finish of all kinds. Window Frames, Molding*- o
ivery description, and Turning "-"- ------"••::.■. *.^.. ;?
BARTWELL, HOTCHKrsS A STALKER.
. ! ;.',- rar-^ f]-tQ.*^trr Jr.ra j-ri-'J:.' -r :
AA.: J. VERMILYA
COUNTY CORONER AND ; UNDERTAKES,
No. 108 J street, between Fourth and Fifth
Always on hand a large assortment of Metallic and
Wooden Caskets, Burial Cases and Coffins. | Shreudt
furnished and Funeral Wreaths Preserved. Country
orders win receive prompt attention on short notice, I
aodatlowe* rates. apU^4pl« 1
HWtWfeTHE;.^I__D HOUSE TBADE UNION. : -^_WW
■-^ — '-— ■ -
Parasols! "Parasols 1
, ,1!'. '. ;J, . ' '
■ • -■■■:■*■'■■' i-'irt:?-, ■ , j .-
PAEASOLSI
PA.JR.A.SOLS !
-:■■
.WPP" - '."'..
AY- ;
*-<•-.-'
Fans! Fans! Fans!
} ARASOLS AND FANS FOR THE THOUSANDS!
fe pave the way for others to follow who can, We are second
to none in FRIGE, QUALITY AND QUANTITY,
Patronize the house that brought the prices down, mark their poods in plain figures, and
'ho have but ONE PRICE. Who do not humbug the public by representing One Price,
ad have one hundred —
THE RED HOUSE TRADE UNION !
ye shall open out Cases of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Parasols and Fans, in all
prices.
'ans for 5c ; Fans for 10c, 15c, 20c, 50c, 75c, 81, Sl 50, $2 to $6 each.
'arasols, for 25c ; Parasols for 30c, 40c, 50c, 60c, 75c, $1 to 88 and
$10 each,
__" ALL COUNTRY ORDERS FILLED WITH DISPATCH. SAMPLES MINT TO ANY ADDRESS.
END FOR OCR NEW PRICE LIST. DIRECT ALL LETTERS:
_E&_E__o :E_£€>"C7__o-- 9
I STREET .....SACRAMENTO. «AL.
NTEW YARD AND NEW STOCK.
_i___n____nP-______Br AT- 1 | l -TTT Tail •'. ; .7 --—
i
•Mi juii warn; -*• I
k";fc-., • si»iiiJ%Tfc-fl iJor^el
— — ''..'f-'i •gip£_JH#^*?__KJfa ; _55afc[js7
' A rTiT7 : i l '~7r^ ~~-^ — - -— -~ ~~=^ "-iry^^-Av^cg^^-- :I=§llll_£s^S__________
N". L. DEE¥ & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LUMBER DEALERS,
CORNER OF SECOND AND M STREETS.
ea Constantly on hand the finest assortment of all kinds of LUMBER AM) BUILDING MATERIALS
n this coast. We defy competition. U3-4ptf
. MAKKETS. I
CHRIS. WEISEL & CO.
Nos. 21S and 220 L street. Near Eighth.
BUTCHERS AND PORK PACKERS. m-KrV
Choice Hams, Ricon, Lard, Mess 'E_H* S<
Pork, Clear Pork, PL-*' Feet, Snare It ba, jfes:if-»
at lowest market price. Highest price paid for
grain-fed Hogs. ap!B-4ptf
JACOB ARNOLD, "8^
dealer I _flt___i
FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
Sir' California Hams, Pork, Lard, Bacon, Sausages.
Smoked Beef, etc at lowest market rates, comer
Second and N streets. apPMptf
FULTON MARKET,
CORNER OF FIFTH AND X STREETS.
ym+msz- °™ code: «x
* "LIVE AND LET LIVE!" ri^ndsatt
ap!7- LOXtiTOX A ANTnOXY. 4ptf
HAVING ENLARGED OUR PLACE OF Busi-
ness, it gives us greater facilities for filling
country orders. .
We carry a large assortment of all kinds of pro-
duce: BUTTER. EGGS. CHEESE, etc.
Our POULTRY YA3D isstocked with the Choicest
in the State. .
The FISH STALL always supplied with all kinds
of Fresh and Salt Water Fish, Crabs, Lobsters,
Shrimps, Clams and Oysters. ,
' __■ Orders from the country promptly filled.
D. DEBERNARDI & CO.,
No*. 308 and 310 X street Sacramento
. — - ■ ap4 lm
MISCELLANEOUS. .Z"
R. SALFIELD'Q
REJUVENATOR, D
■rpHIS GREAT STRENGHTENINQ
J. -a.. Remedy, the legitimate result of
•ver 20 yeats' of practical experience,
Hires with unfailing certainty Nervous
md Physical Debilit.i , Seminal Weakness,
Spermatorrhoea. Exhausted Vitality and - LOSS
OF MANHOOD, from whatever cause produced.
IT ENRICHES AND PURIFIES THE BLOOD
strengthens the Nerves, Brain, Muscles, Digestion,
Reproductive Organs, and . Physical and Mental
Faculties. It stops any unnatural debilitating
drain upon ■■ the system, preventing involuntary
losses, debilitating ' dreams, etc. It is a sure
eliminator of all KIDNEY and . BLADDER COM.
PLAINTS. To j those suffering ' from . the effects
of .-' youthful indiscretions jor excess, a speedy
cure is guaranteed. Price, $2 50 per bottle, or five
bottles in case, with full directions and advice,' 81*. '
Sent secure from observation to any address upon
receipt of price or C. O. D. To be bad only direc
of DR. SALFIELD, No. 30 KEARNY STREET
San Francisco, Cal. : CommunicationB«| ■■
strictly jj confidential. ' ' Consultations . Jul
. « tter or at office, FREE. - Office hours, IIH
to 3 and 8 to B r. v. Sundays, from 11 ; "H I
1 only- '■■-.' '" — *-«>A.«rtfSW;;^Bm
'■?• MAMMIM WMU, ~ ■
- WILLIAM BfVNB _ 00. i
-JJ (ii ii i— nn nan * iwaraaA-i-iali
Ms. IQt 1 strsst, la«— ia
..-.-■■,■- - -. - ■ .^..=g-
ryr-jj" ■yy':. : A.
_ !
ICE— ICE.
ICE! !CE!~
THE ONLY MOUNTAIN ICE OUTSIDE OF
the Monopo'y. We an- now prepared to
furnish the city of Sacramento and vicinity with
CLEAR AND PURE MOUNTAIN SPRINC ICE,
In any quantities require], at reasonable rates.
Parties wishing ICE for coming season, address !
THOS. E. FINLEY,
Agent 'fountain Ire Company.
P. O. Box No. 72 Sacramento city.
mr27-tf
ICE!
Sacramento Ice Company,
NOS. 1018 TO 1021 X STREET.
PERFECTLY PURE ICE FROZEN FROM
the water of our famous
AttTESIAS WELL,
For transportation, packing, hotel and family use, at
Pricesthat Defy any Legitimate Competition.
IST The undersigned having located their exten-
sive ICE WORKS in this city, upon a permanent
anil ei|ii'inlil<- basis, and thereby broken down
the exorbitant prices heretofore charged for Ice,
respectfully solicit the patronage of the public to
Sustain them. . J. L. A D. H. COLES.
ea~ No connection whatever with any other ice
company on this coast. ,■" 7- mr22-4plm
G^OOEBIES, LIQUOBS, ETCJ
S. GOLDMAN,
s - a
"ITETHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER
Northwest corner Second and J streets,
"•".'7; .'". _______
a_T Orders from the country promptly filled. ■
':. ap!7-4ptf _
JOS. SOHI.ITZ
CELEBRATED MILWAUKEE
-_tS _____■ _____■ JtC
ON DRAUGHT, AT
' ■ ■
Grulilcr's, No. 522 J street,
■-.-•'■■■■ ■ -■- - ; - •• j . ■ . v
KKTWEKX PI7TII ASD SIXTH.
OT Only place in Sacramento. Also, BOCA and
SACRAMENTO BEER. : '■ a-. ap9-lm
CHAS. W. RAPP & CO..
fi ROCERS, 189 J ST. BET. FITCH A SIXTH,
'■: Sacramento.
" .* .... „ . J . .: ... - , ' - - -
A new stock of American, French and English
Qroceriea. ■- Also, a large aasorment of the finest
lapan Teas - ' • d22-4plm
y J ;■:■■ J THE ' BENO - (NEVADA) . '■ ' j
WEEKLY GAZETTE, '
DEVOTED ESPECIALLY TO NEVADA i
Politics, will re sent until NOVEMBER 7th,
[or 91. Send for sample copy.
Itn 4ptf . . : it. L. FULTON,' Proprietor. .;';.
i&~ ¥Aa. - 7-7 ' ' a. -' jlr'JJ; -
RAILROADS, STEAMERS, ETO
1 —
Cemral Pacific Railroad.
Commenelnc Saturday, March 20, ISSO,
and __n_ ■ won
TRAM AKD BOATS WILL LEAVE SACRAMENTO
AS FOLLOWS :
4.'M& A.M.— <Sun lays excepted)— Acconim. a-
«»-»V dation Train M Marysville, Red B.uff aid
Redding. ...
X-.IZ'. A. Jl.-<Dai!y>-Over!an«', Emigrant.
.t.-M Freight and AccommoJation Train.
7, a) A A. Jl.— {Dailv)— Pacific Express, via Davis
timv a d Benicia, for San Francisco. -Connects
(Sundays excepted) at Davis with Accom
J. . !»•• dation Train to Wood'ati. .Williamsand
Willows. Connects daily at Suisun for
Vallejo, and via Napa Junction for Calis-
toga (stages for the Geysers)
fla_an__ *• •**• — '■ or ** ' °" mxataatiat as p>ac-
I V.vV ticable, Sundays excepted)— Steamer for
San Francisco, touching at all way port*
on the Sacramento river. .
1.) , I A I', n . - ( Daily)— Local Passenger Train
r.. Iw for Stockton," Tracy, Livennore, Niles,
Oakland and San Franc sco. Connects
at Gait for lone, and at Niles fur San
Jose. . . .
I .>. a) P. Jl.— (Sundays excepted)— Local Pas-
•"•a" Kiiiicr Train for Davis, Benicia and San
Francisco. Connects at Suisun for Vallejo
and (via Napa Junction) for Calistoga.
1 ■)••{<» I*- Jl.— (Sundays excepted)—
1.-».UV Train for Davis and Woodland. Con-
nects at Woodland for Williams and
Willows.
O, 1 ( P. M.— (Daily) -At a' tic Express for Col-
"' ll fax, Reno (Carson and V rginia), Battle
Mountain (Austin), Palisade (Eureka),
Ogden, Omaha and East
•>••>!) P. Jl.— (Daily)— Oregon Express for
r*.r.\r Marysville, Chico, BM Bluff and Redding
(stages for Po tland, Orig n).
>>.'>A P. '._.— iSunda a excepted)— Loc-U Ac-
/»»UV Commodatjon Train to Lathrop. Connects
with the Arizona Express for Merced,
Madera (Yosemite and Big Tiecsl, Mojave,
Newhall (San Buenaventura and Santa
Barbara), Los Angeles, Santa Monica,
Vi lmington, Santa Ana (San Diego),
Colton (San te nardino), Yuma (Colorado
river steamersi ' Maricopa (stage* for
Phoenix and Prescott), and Casa Grande
istages for Floret. and Tucson (stages
for Tombst ne, Guaymas ami El Paso)
Sleeping arsbetwee.. L.llirop, LosAngelea
and Tucson.
3, SA P. (Dally)- Local Passenger Train
•*»" for Day is, Benicia and San Francisco.
T.I X P. M.— (Sundays excepted;— t'asser.gi r
*A*f Train to Davis, Woodland and Knights
Landing.
Bift8 ift r " M.— (Sundays excepted)— Virginia
•Ov City Express for Auburn, Colfax, Truckee
a- d Reno. Connects with Virginia and
Truckee Baffli i d for (i rson i nd Virginia.
Sleeping Car from Sacramento to Carson.
9,0 A P. Jl.— (Daily)— Westward _mirr_.t
•O" Train, via Davis and Benicia, for San Fran-
cisco.
A. N. TOWNE General Superintenden
T. H . GOODMAN Genl Pass r and Ticket Agen
Ja»-4rtf -
CHANGE OF TIME.
Sacramento & PiacerYiHe Railroad.
o«_E_____B_-_
On and after Wednesday, Dec. 31, 1879,
UNTIL PCRTIIRIt KGTICI,
Trains will run as follows, daily, except Sundays :
Leave Sacramento for Folsom, Latrobe
and Shingle Springs 7:0? A.M.
Leave Sacramento for Folsom 4:00 P. M.
Leave Shingle Springs for Latrobe, Fol-
som and Sacramento 10:33 A. M.
Leave Latrobe for Folsom and Sacra-
mento 11:19 P.M.
Leave Folsom for Sacramento 7:00 A. M.
Leave Folsom for Sacramento 12:20 P. M.
.17-tf J. B. WRIGHT, Sun't.
FOR PORTLAND AND ASTORIA,
oaßagoar.
«._!- THE OREGON RAILWAY AND
j^gggvS&NAVIOATION COMPANY AND
Sifi"yy USß* Pacific Coast Steamship Company
TJt _2^C33_1l will dispatch even Eve days, for
the above ports, one i f their New A 1 Iron Steam-
ships, viz. :
OREGON, GEORGE W. ELDER
ANU
STATE OF CALIFORNIA.
SAILING DAYS :
April 1,6, 11. 16, 21. 8*
mmj 1, 6, 11. IV, 31, SO, 31
AT 10 o'clock a. a.,
Connecting at Portland, Oregon, with Steamers and
Railroads and their connecting Stage lines for all
points in Oregon, Washington and Idaho Territories,
British Columbia and Alaska.
_______
K. VAN OTERENDORP, Agent O. It. and N. Co.,
N. . 210 Battery street, San Francisco, Cal.
GOODALL, PERKINS & CO.,
Agents F. C. S. S. Co., No. 19 Market street, San
Francises. my3-tf
MEDICAL.
Electro-Therapeutic « j-^>»
baths,
Northeast cor. Seventh and I st*. _C BATH 3 V
ea Both Gentlemen and Lady Attendants at all hours*
ap!3-tf
TO THE UNFORTUNATE !
DMBBOFSiSPEBSMY,
623 Kearny St., San Francisco.
=*v Established in IST*!, for
Jf lc treatment of .sexu
AX A —^— -^ -_3b_ an Seminal diseases
Pif^^y-yil}-9l\ such is Gonorrhea. Gleet,
yW i l aMrn l rL b i Strictures, >-.■•-': is in all
y^r^J.-:^M. its forms, Seminal Weak-
'■itMl lIV *£.' J ! ' '"' '"• " Jl'-';-'. Skin
ff- I •» '"^ film Diseases, etc.," pertn-»-
iMwffc&^fM 'intiyenredoraoauoya,
v^A>?i /TB^^^B^Hfl Seminal Emissions, ths
%S_klnn%U-mS ■ *;{*'; Jemisequcnce of self -abuse.
ANJ^f JcsiS^i|MHsEThiB solitary vice or de-
S^ii^£S-SZa_&__&s^^pi'aTed Bexiia'.jiitiuj.renj?©,
is practiced by the youth of both sexes to
an almost unlimited extent, producing with un-
erring certainty the following train of morbid
symptoms, unless combated by scientific medi-
cal measures, vii.: Sallow countenance, dark
spots under the eyes, pain in the head, ringing in
the cars, noise like the rustling cf leaves an.l rat-
tling of chariots, uneasiness about the loins, weak-
ness of the limbs, confused vision, blunted intellect,
loss of confidence, diffidence in approaching strut*
gers, a dislike a> form new acquaintances, imposi-
tion to shun society, loss of memory, hectic flushes,
pimples and various eruptions about the face
furred tongue, fetid breath, coughs, consumption
night sweats, monomania and frequent insanity.
i'i'i:i:ii at uojie.
Persons at a distance may be cured at home by ad '
dressing a letter to DR. GIBBON, statin - case,
symptoms, length of time the disease hi« continued,
and have medicines promptly forwarded, free from
damage and curiosity, to any part of the country,
with full and plaii. directions. By inclosing ten doi
lars, in registered letter, through the Post-office, or
through Wells, Fargo & Co., a package of medicine
will be forwarded to any part of the Union. Please
say you saw this advertisement in the Rscoan
Cicioh. Address, DR. J. F. GIBBON,
Ja24-4ptf Box 1.657 San Francisco
DR. SPINNEY & CO.,
OF NO. II KEARNY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO,
Treat all t'hronlr end Special Dise&M-a.
YOIXC JIEX
WHO MAY BR SUFFERING FROM THK
effects of youthful follies or indiscretion,
will do well to avail themselves of this, the greatest
boon ever laid at the altar of suffering humanity.
DR. SPINNEY" will guarantee to forfeit SSCO for
every case of Seminal Weakness or Private Disease
of any kind or character which he undertakes and
tails to cure
MIDDLE-AGED MEN.
There are many at the age of thirty to sixty who
are troubled with too frequent evacuation of the
bladder, often accompanied by a alight smarting or
burning sensation, and a weakening of the system in
a manner the patient cannot account for. On exam-
ining the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often
be found, and sometimes small particles of albumen
will appear, or the color will be of a thin milkish
hue, again changing to a dark and torpid appearance.
There are many men who die of this difficulty, igno-
rant of the cause, which is tr.e second stage of sem-
inal weakness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure
in all such cases, and a healthy restoration of the
genito-urinary organs.
Office hours— lo to 4 and Cto 8. Sunday from
10 to 11 A. M. Consultation free. Thorough exam-
ination and advice, IS. Call or address
DR. SIM VNEY A t'O..
No. 11 Kearny street, San Francisoo.
P. S.— For private diseases of abort standing, afull
course of medicines, auffleient for a cure, with ail
instructions will be sent to any address for #10.
mrtS-4o6tawMTWThFtl
H U CELEBRATED i|\
STOMACH __ o*m
. . ■ ..Jn . ■■■
. .A> Fever «a- 'Ague. ,, i Ol 'V>A
' The true antidote to ! the r effects of miasma is
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. his medicine is one
of the most popular remedies of an age of success-
ful proprietary specifics, and is in immense demand
wherever on this continent fever and ague exists. -
A wineglassful three times a day is the best possible
preparative for encountering a ni liri. us atmos-
phere, regulalirg the liver, and invigorating : the '
stomach. ..-J a-'-- -.;.- - ■'■ '.
' For sale by all druggists and dealers generally.
£3PA ' ;..7" apl-lmTuThS J-O" .;7A<

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