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THE DAILY RECORD-UNION.
TOrBHWIY JILY 29. I»SO.
MIMING NOTES.
The Dead-wood mine of Dakota has paid
81T->,OOO in the past seven months.
A cheap quartz mill has been put up at
the Old Judge mine, Kelsey, El Dorado
county.
Additional machinery, to the value of
$100,000, is on its way to the Wiches
mines, Montana.
The time for declaring the Low I'ange
assessment delinquent has been postponed
until August 7th.
The Sycamore mines, Fresno, continue
;o improve in appearance and more claims
are being located.
For the week ending July 10th, the ship
ment of bullion from the Utah mine
amounted to 5175.6G7.
Large quartz developments are reported
from the Minot Hunch section, seventeen
miles from Marysville.
The South Overman Mining Company
have levied an assessment of ten cents per
share, delinquent August 23d.
The Badger Hill mine, near Cherokee,
Nevada county, is in full blast. All hands
at work and good prospects ahead.
The Kennedy mine, near Jackson, Ama
dor county, has resumed work, and are
erecting a new set of hoisting works.
The California Water and Mining Com
pany, Greenwood, Xl Dorado county, have
begun their 30-stamp mill and their reduc
tion works.
The El I'apitan, Wheel Jane and Tran
script mines, Nevada county, have consoli
dated, under the name of the New York
and Boston. Capital, §1,000,000.
Near Summit City, Alpine county, a
gold and silver-bearing ledge of base metal
ore has been developed, twenty feet wide.
At a jdepth of 200 feet the ore assayed ?000.
The payment of $240,090 by the Cunsol
idated Virginia this mouth is the only
money several thousand stockholders have
received from the Comstock mines in six
months.
The placer mines at German gulch, Mon
tana, are worked by twenty whites and
one hundred and fifty Chinese. ' The sea
son has been late, but the yield promises
ti> ba very large.
Charles Waterman, one of the discoverers
of the Olseu mine, has made another strike
near Dunlaps, about four miles from
Knight's Ferry, far exceeding in richness
the first discovery.
The La Plata Mining Company of Lead
ville will pay a dividend of $15,000 in New
York on Monday next. This is the eleventh
dividend, and shows $175,000 for stock
holders. A surplus of $149,000 will be
carried over after the disbursement.
THE COURTS.
SUPERIOR COURT.
Dexron, Ju 'ge.
," . " ; • ".-"- Wedsesdat, July 2S, IS3O. ".;
Capital Savings Bank* vj. Sullivan & Koont-v —
Freeman & Kites subotituted as attorneys for plain
tiff. ~~* »>«* ■•"mar.
Estate of Richard Stuart, deceased— Findings
filed and settling final account continued. ' - „. :
la the matter of the application of Joseph Harper
to he declared of sound mmd — Cue partly tried,
and continued for argument.
W. F. Kcarth vs. L. Kumle— Case continued for
the session." '/■■';'-' •«•--•■ ■-• -v.-:--»=r -. . ■■ ■•■. ■.. > .■■-_-.
Robt. Miller vs. L. C. Chandler— Same. •
Mary L. Decker vs. Charles Decker— Publication
of summons ordered. ;"T* ••■;*»— ..... _ .
to-dat's CALKXDAR.
John Hot* vs. His Creditors. ' J <
It?ker & Hamilton vs. P. 11. Sullivan. ■ .
COMMERCIAL.
Ban Francisco Prsduca Market
„3aic Fkarsiboo, July 28th— 1 r. v.
FLorß— ■ quote the ' 'various '- brands as
follows: Best. City Extra, (5 6ii ; Bakers' E
xtra, $5 40 c 5 55;' Superfine, :ib.ff4 ; t Interior
Extra, H 7555 25; Interior Supcraue, S3 50<g4; Ore
eon Extra, $4 sOa«j ; choice do, $5@5 25 ; Oregon
Superfine, 83 60@l ; Wall* Walla Extra, 94 OOig
5 124 » bbl. ~ V - ' - • - -
Wheat— The Abner L. Benyon has just come
down from Vallej-> with the first cargo of new this
Reason, consisting of 65.510 cental?, shipped by
farmer Glenn and destined for Curk. The first ves
sel loaded at the lie*- landing of Port Costa, near
Martinez, is the C. F. Sirgctit, now lying in the
Btrcam for Cork with 43,500 ctls, shipped ny G. W.
McN'ear. Proceedings on 'Change today were not
marked by any special activity. The inquiry «aa
moderately fair, but there Bceined to be a lack of
spirit on the part of buyers. English a lvices were
contradictory. The Lircrp kil spit market m re
portud strong, while the quotations iiulicate'l a de
cline «f Mou top figures. Bald of 200 ctU choice
new Sonora, *1 5.">; 1,009 «!■« gu'jd old milling,
SI .'._'_ V ; CSO d i new shrunken, $1 2'i ; 200 do dv,
$1 20 1 ct!. We quote Ho. 1 at $1 50(31 55 ; No.
2, SI tS^l 47} «1 ctl. Oh.iUM old milliug lots sell
(mm ?1 s."x'tl CO? 1 ctl.
— Considerable intfreit is still manifested
in fc.:d description!), but the volume of bu^iuess is
kii- suQuicntly pronounceJ ti materially affect
vala--«. Sa'es include 1,000 ski old coast feed, 75.: ;
900 do do, 75c ; 1.3iJ0 do do, 7&lc V ctl. Brewing
la quotable at 77JWS7ie ; feed, 70(575c ; Chcvaacr,
81 tftgl 45 for choice bay and #IMI 25 for coast.
Oats— Nothing of importanco transpired to-day.
Arrivals of new crop are not excessive, anil prices
keep stirviy. We gu t«: Huaib >|<I t, $1 40(3^1 50 ;
coast, -fl 25; Oregon and Washington territory,
31 ■2 :i\ 45 ; Surprise, $1 55i«t 1 64 $ ctl.
Hay — Cargo lota on the barf range from >" to
814 V ton.
Fruit— By the arrival of the D. C. Murray this
morning we have fresh «iip;i'im of island bananas,
lie i apples are scirce and a trifle higher Other
varieties are generally well represented at unchanged
rates. The following are the quotations for
jobbing ii*:s : Apple*, 40i350c %* box for green,
ami 7.H 'r.fi 50 for red; pears, 75c(<r-*l 25 *! box;
Bartlctt do, $2 V box, and 75£»cSl V banket; can-.
ujus. ii:fZ 50 V d'«-n ; Sweetwater grapes,
60e QSI 25 » b>r; . early black do, #1 60
V bo\ ; crabapples, 0-)v^7sc V basket ; watermelons,
(2 :l 50 '„1 down; apri^its, $1 50@2 V box.
b^ckberrie*, {3i* 4 ¥ chest; flu's, . :;0^r0"u: V
box; nectarines, fl 253 1 75 9 bor; cherries
$12^17 S ch«t ; peaches. in luxes, 25 "40c Id com
mon, and :^a7sc for good to choice, with Craw
for-Utit SI .rl 25; do, 111 bmkets, :::. .r';.v ; cherry
plunn, 60c V box; pca-;h plums. 75c;<r$l V box ; rasp
berruM, frfflSchest ; strawberries, currants,
$."•38 for ro'i, and V c!ie«t for black ; oranges
arc ((notable at |lDlgls V t>n>'.mnd for Tahiti, and
$. 75 .M 75 V box for California; lemons, jrK<rlO
V hiix for Sicily, *2 60<!i"> t or California, and %i 50
{,!'.! for Australian; lime«, %'mi for Mexican;
pineapples, J7«r9 if dozen; tamarinds, UQUe 9
It. : h»nsn—. 1294 V bunch.
Hosky — A large export demand buoys up the
tnMkit. We quote: Comb, U(<fl3c< ; strained, «}(;«
He \> Ib
lUt-rea— The market is gteaily at the recent
advance. We quots : G'tod to choice, 200f23c for
the usual run of oonsirmnent*, with Point Reyes
d lirics it 24*25 c V IS ; inferior to ordinary, 17..<hV,
Inside rate fur mixed lot from country stores. New
firkin b quotable at inc.'.'l'i'n.. Pickled comet
witiiin the rangr «f ■ i.j.iK:. Eastern ii i.i
light supply, ami 13vr2.1e V It will probab'y cover
the bulk of offering*. -
CunSH— Tne prevailing activity is atriVitc I to a
demind manly S[«eculattvo. 1 Btiyera, of course, an-
I tieii'O; > f'irttier ri-ie, but at preasot th re m «nf
fieient ifferiDg at oar fi^uro-*. 1'- stern coined for-
Tvanl ■ ■•!!_., princjj>a!l/ ti order. . The general
frefcrencs for the home product tend* to keep
away imports * from outside sotirccs. We quote:
California, 12<*13ot<n.; h--v>ti-r:i, l&rflSc ; WesUrn,
14«15c >< tt>.
Pl •<■* -A ar loud of EaHt»*m arrived to^ay. The
mar.el continues badly inivc 1, with a wide range In
prii!W bile* of extra ch«i.« California are said to
nan' been made y.-itftid.iy at He V dozen, but the
' market day Jwini lea iiuova'it, though it Is nos
tiibl." that a cent higher than our quota lofM might
lie paid in some im.taiic<"4. We qu >te : CatjfornU,
22ii^4..-; Salt Lake, 2l(gi2c; Eutern, 19g20, with
• express at 21(!i22.}c V do*.'* . I - 7 -
I'oriTßT —But liule improvement noted this moin
intf. We quote: Turkey*, IG^lSc fnr live ; roosters,
5 sifjG for 01 J, and «C.<» 750 for young ; hens, $5 ,V\«e
7; broilers, $3(31 JO, ace .nliii; to- size; duc>"»,
$l(ifs V down ; irec«e, $1 60<81 7'> V |«ir.
WOOL — Iteyoml cunliuuod Mr tnul**, there 1% null
ing to remark. Weqaote: lfVrrlftc for burry, 2o^2l Jc
for "lightly hurry, «nd iiiftHe for tree southern and
San Jt«quin. | Northern iaqunuMc atß44v]C6o for.
(•r.li.i in nvj»j)rra<l<», ». hi'c choice Uumboldt ranges
from 303 J3Jc; Sisklyoo, BSJf'Wc; WaabinetooTer
ri'>ry, 23®2.ic. Eastwu Oregon sells at ISWiV for
iufuTir.r, and li'«27c for choice. Fine li^ht flc«eo
v.i:iey.i come within a limit of BMHc, while com
m .11 grates art* nominally Sic > n>.
Sacramento Fruit Market
<i.'.r£ c-umct»u> quotations are from the prie*-
U< of '•*'. U rttni'i'.' fc Co., and are revised up to 6
p. v. vetu-niny. They represent trade prices, »nd
have in view •olee'cO fruit* suitable for shipment :
' Apple*, ■:;■•••. 7 ■. »l: red, *t,rrl 25 ; apricots,
Mo\rp.»ri;, very -•.r.v, *1 2Sj*V*o;.s box; pean>,
curly, ':<■■- ?'l 45 : Djttnni . needling, »l^l 2i ;
BwUett, «!4«2 SS ; lU'rvJkoo.'. Sli<»l 2S *) box ;
r«clK-«, Sl{irl '•■■".' box ; ■ fit*. Oj^lOe » tt> ; blackhcr
rics, BgeCJ plaint, in. variety, 75cS$l 60 V box;
orwijra »re Terr son*, • quotable at #40 %> M
■ TJiiti ; kinona, tt'iclly, *10 V box ; California, $4**
1 .'■•: A :st rali ", ♦■"•(;! SO V box ; limes, Mexi can,
97 : <*.!>>■ V box ; lime*, repacked, (10; - banana*,
fjjijl 60 ; h )itjt"-*i : pineapple V »afl V dnjen : to
marces, ■."..• V box; watermelons, $1 75<st2 $
dorip. Cr*«fi>rd pe«!«e« now coming in slowly,
wlSi.ie at *s?l7c V T,' : .-rap..*. i\ 6Oc»l 75 V on«e ;
' crabipples, 750(j*l 2i ; mnUkmpe*, «1. 75^2 9 dot
Eastern and Foreign Markets. „
Nkw York, July Ob.
Bi> AWrruFFS— Flour i« quiet, and Wheat a un
eetttul, !-.tu-rr.t fl (.'.'• :'l 11. i
V.'ooli — Quiet- ; •. i
. Hiiikj— strong. -
, : .■"... Boston, July 2sth. '<
: -"here is no m»U;ri I chants in wool.
There is enni&lreaMe inijnirjr for most kinds, but
fi. ,■ irr.»Jca of i) Atf, l'c-DgjiTinU and Wtntcrn Vir-
Kini.i an less inqtiireil for than other kinds, and ap
pt-Ar mora difficult to «c"l at »atisficN> prices,
fecri j.bowerer, yen - little pressure to : sell at
pre»cn!. ■ Manufacturers who me eon Mag and de
laine w»l8 re now free buyers, and these wools of
the best endei ar« quite firm. ! Too better sx.id. » of
Ca'ifornia are ioqilrod lor, with HIM of spring at
: 30^^ ';. Litirpool; July 28th. «:'
--' WnKiT— to choice . California, ' 9« lOd to
101 -'.I v Spot lots strong ; ■ little busliwts to imp
lots owlns to locrwaed arrivals; buvera arc hold
in.! iff for coacessioiu; weather showery.
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK SALES.
: . Bas Frascisoo. July 23, ISBO. C,
MOESISO SESSION. '^'\'-\j^'' < ''
1550ph1r.. ..".....:......" 7 230 Exchequer........} 50
1U....u1d«C........3 1. ,6jj overman...... ...I 2>
55Be8tiBelcher..V...SJ Ju5ti0e...... ....... 70e
775S»va(w ...105 170 Union •• 2i *® 2 '«
150 Con. Va. 2 90 jSOAlta... 1 *»
30Uhoilar ..1 95 90 Caledonia ...30c
' »pSSu::::::...:.» •» 100 SUver Hill .25.
IWH tVnr 2 9! TtO Challenge
3,0 fr p 0 i nt 13 a) 0 New York 30c
I2sS.Nevad» Hi 50 Scorpion.... 1 40W1 45
70 Aphii. 4 25 2«oQuinn 3
110 Bullion. .....150 ;;•;-:■.= :,;; '. : . %
A.ITKBNOON BBSSIOM. . r .
120 Eu C0n. . . . . ..... V.»S 50ScmmIt ... .... \.\ 25
2HMa.Sta,,:::. ilia }J»Bnlw«r ..24
MR Pne U 100<wodsiMW 105
10 X. Beltoi ::::.- H@m SO B«Wdere 267
"i« Vmio 45c 100 Champion. 55c
MOB Ue lsle.. 70c 400 Booker. ....300
fiS Paradise 40c! 50 ecu Bee ...15J
200 Albion 30c 100 University
50 Mt Diablo.. 10<| '00 Dudley .........30c
1250 N Belle Isle 4 c 100 Jupiter ....... ....1 55
101 Day ...35c ICO So Bulwar.. ..5 c
600 Hillside ." 25c: 10 Addenda. .....:.. 95c
150 Uechtel ". - 05 100 D Standard ..60c
500 McCliuton 30c 335 Mammoth.. .*. ..... 195
200Tioga ..............65c , 40 Silver King .v.4
. 10 Bodie ....:..! » . * i -. ' • i
LE&AL NOTICES. v
SUMMONS. ~~~~
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY 1 OF j SAC-
ramento— ss. In the Superior Court in and
for said county. The people of the State of Cali-
fornia to : Andrew Bouchard, — Eppinger, John
Doc, Richard Koe alias, Jacob Werthumer,
substitute as defendant in place of - John ,- Doe,
greeting : * You i are hereby ■ notified : that San
action - was commenced 'in the late . District
Court of the Sixth Judicial District of the county
of Sacramento, State aforesaid, by the filing of a
complaint in the Clerk's office, of said Court, on the
12th day of December, . 187 ■», in i which action
Rebecca Gallup is plaintiff, and you are defe-.danta.
That the general nature of theaction.asappearsfrom
said cox plaint, is as follows : To recover judgment
against said defendant, Andrew Bouchard, for
the sum of $800, with interest thereon at the rate
of 10 per cent per annum from May 29, 1878, and
costs of suit, alleged to be due on a certain promis-
sory note made and delivered by defendant," Andrew
B .uchard to one 1. G. Gael, dated November 29,
1876, and by said Gael duly assigned to the plaintitf.
Alse, to obtain a decree of this Court for the fore-
closure of a certain mortgage executed by the said
Andrew Bouchard, on the 29th day of November,
1876, to secure the payment of said promissory note
and the interest to accrue thereon. And that the
premises conveyed by said mortgage, to wit : The
southeast quarter of section 18, in township No. 7
north, range No. 3 east, Mount Diablo base and
meridi n, be Bold, and the proceeds applied to the
payment of the expenses of sale, the costs of this
aciion, and the amount -found dv.'. And in cage
such proceeds are not sufficient to pay the same
that judgment be docketed against
for tile balance remaining 'due; and also that the
said ' defendants, and all . persons ' claiming ■■ by,
through or under them, may be barred ana fore-
closed of all right, title, claim, lien, equity of re-
demption, and interest in and to said mortgaged
premises, and for other and further relief. And you
are hereby directed to appear and answer said com-
plaint within ten days from the service of this writ,
exclusive of the day of service, if served on you in
said county of Sacramento; and within thirty days,
exclusive of the day of service, if served elsewhere ;
and you are further notified that unless you so
appear and answer within the time above specified,
the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in said complaint. . „ T '
. In testimony whereof, I, Thos. ,H. Berkey, Clerk
of th« Court aforesaid, do hereunto set my hand
and affix the seal of said Court, this 25th day of
MAY, A. D. l»80. ■■':'-* ' •'' ' ■ 'Mil l ;"* *
, (BE4U] •■ : THOS. H. BERKEY, Clerk. •
; - - -ByJ. H. Paknkll, Deputy Clerk. " '
L. S. Taylor, Plaintiff's Attorney. . :' *
; law2mTh
PROBATE NOTICE.
CJTATEOF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SACRA-
>O mento. In the Superior Court. >In the matter
of the e.'tatc of VANLEM BROUCK, de-
ceased. In the Superior Court of the county of Sac
ramento. The People of the State of California,
send greeting : In pursuance ol an order of the Hon.
S. C. Denson, Judge of the Superior Court of the
county aforesaid, duly made and entered on the 2
day of JULY, 1880, notice is hereby given " that
MONDAY, the 9th day of AUGUST, ISSO, at 10
''clock A. m. of said day, at the Court-room of sail
Court, at Court-house, in the county of Sacramento,
has been appointed as the time and place for-hearing
the application of IDA SPACHER, praying that a
document now on file in this Court, purporting to be
th» last will -and testament of LOUIS VANLEM
BROUCK, deceased, be admitted to probate, and
that letters testamentary he Issued thereon to said
petitioner, who is named therein as executrix, at
which time and place a'l persons interested may
appear and contest the same. \c' '-'' ''• "■" " '/""V .
t It is further ordered by the Court, that notice
hereof be made by ■ publication for ten successive
days in - the Sacramrsto I Daily Rscord-Uhion, a
newspaper printed and published in said Sacramento
county. '-', •'.'' ■*■■':'.' < ;•*;.-.■ "•.-..-::■■■" ■•'
Witness my hand and the seal of said Court
hereto affixed', this 24t)i day of JULY, A. D. 1880. \
[BKAJ,.] "-;; THOS. H. BERKEY. Clerk.
By J. H. Parnell, Deputy Clerk.
Grove L. Jotixuos, Attorney for Petitioner.
Jy26-td - ." : ; - \
I INSURANCE.
FIREMAN'S FUND
Insurance Company.
0"E72172 30, 1880.
ASSETS:
CVSII on hand and in 8ank...... **0,02!) 27
U. 8. B'»NDS, registered...". 19">,875 00
OAKLAND CITY 80ND5.............. 29,500 00
OAKLAND GVSLIGHT 80ND5 ......... 17,500 00
national gold bank stock 10,980 00
LOANS ON BOND and MORTGAGE... 153,100 00
BILLS RECEIVABLE, secured by col-
laterals :.:.... 29,050 00
REAL E5TATE.............. 209,218 38
MARINE PREMIUU NOTES 27,733 20
PREMIUMS in course of collection ...... 5 7 ,000 13
INTEREST due and accrued ............. 3,525 41
ADVANCES on Mortgaged Property, etc. 2,795 73
$767,307 17
ADDITIONAL CASH CAPITAL now :>
being called in........ 350,000 00
Will .Mike Total IWltl .91,117,307 17
Tie Fireman's Fund
INSURANCE COMPANY
Base* its CLAIMS TO THE BEST PATRONAGE
upon its SOUND FINANCIAL CONDITION, rein-
forced by iv ACCES-lON OF CAPITAL, giving it
OVEtI A MILLION DOLLARS IN ASSFT3; its
extensive rystctn of Agencies, insuring it a LARGE
PREMIUM INCOME, without the necessity of teavy
concentration of lines; it« adherence to the best
principUs and practices of Underwriting ; byoi>en,
fair and clearly expressed contract?, and prompt and
equitable adjustment and settlement of legitimate
---SIS.
Cr For SEVENTEEN YEARS it has been favor,
ably known as a conservative Underwriter, and
during that time ha,* paid ever >
$4,000,000 ill Losses,
Passing triumphantly through the heaviest con-
i.-ra"; ms known to modern history. -
Axrnt* In nil the Principal Localities In
(he Tailed Stale*.
tar INSURANCE OF OBAIS AND GROWING
CHOPS IN CALIFORNIA A SPECIALTY. T
HOME OFFICE I
No. 401 CalMurnln Mreet, baa Franei»co.
r£&Ssfc: j ****** Ageit,
I). J. STAPLES :..... ;:.;.. Pre«:dent.
ALPHEU-S 8ULL........V Vice President.
GEO. D. D0RN1N........ Secretary
WM. J. I>UTTON ...' Assistant Secretary.
.: jy27-lw&rwlt • :: ,_■
MATH GATLUS 1
V**S for OT«r SS year* with creat neNM by th» ' - '
ph]n<icUn< of Parui, K»w York and London, and '
superior to all otn«n for th« prompt cure of all I
cues. r*ccnt or of lons •lasding. '
w rr»p»r.d by CLIN A CIE, Paris. Sold Erer/-
-' CAPSULES.
mSS-IvTTh&S ,
PIONEER LIVERY STABLE.
r. D. 3CIUVER.... ..............i.Proprieto
HACKS ON CALL AT ANY FOUR Ik.
day or »i£ht. Coupes, Phaetons, jtMBN
fuiclvMt-aya, Barouches, Buggies, with the STjPi
neat roadsters to be foui.d in any livery stab's on tin
•■-.at, fur him. Horses kf |>t in livery at reasonab'e
r»t««. ; Stables on Fourth street, between I and }
liriMotr -• - .-:•■.■--
- .'•■■■■•:■-',. ■.-,,■■;■ i
A. J. VERMILYA t
/BOUNTY ■ COEONER AND UNDERTAKER
\J No 103 J gtnet, between Fourth and Fifth
.Uways on htnd a l.v ge assortment of Metallic and
Wooden Cuk !ta, Bur a' Cases and Coffins. J Shrouds
furnished end Funeral Wreaths Preserv a. uuin>>>'
ir-i i.' wilirccslve pr. mpt a'teotlon on snort notice
».H -• 'a>. "-<« v ; luU.4nln- ■
FIRST ARTILLERY REQT. BAND.
MUSIC FURNISHED : for \ parties., «•
Serenades, P.nult*^. Picnics, etc. | Leave S# E
• rders at hcadiiuarWrs, No. 720 X street ; F. /T» ''•
A* FISCH,- No. 1205 G street. Leader, K.UiHt
W. DAVIS, No. 1324 1 BtroeC : ,- Jy £tt V.
% MINING : NOTTCES.
Fountain Mining Company.— Principal
plica ,of • business, ! Sacramento | city, California.
Notice.— There is ' delinquent | upon ■ the following
described stock, on account of Assessment No. 12,
levied on the ]sth ay of JUNK, A. D. 18S0, the
several amounts set ' opposite ■ the names 'of ■ the
respective shareholders, an folium :,;.■ : - . , ;
No. No.
"-: Name. . '"-' Celt. - ShsViAmt. 1
M.F. Burses. /.:/.....".:::::;::. 183 1000 ; 820 00
M. F. Burges ::.;.::.:. .:..;;.7..i54> 1000 j 20 co
M. F. 8arge5. 1...:.*;.-. : : ....... .185 - 1000 .,< 20 00
M.F.-8urge5. ..•.::.;..■......... .186 1000 20 CO
M. F. Burges ...... .Y.T..V..157- 100 :- 2 00
M. F. Burses .....".1....-.;.. .183 100 200
M. F. ■ Burges :•' : ...-.......:... .189 "■ 100 » v 200
M F Buries ............:..191 500 10 00
M. F. .;..:7.......:. ..-192^ &S3 : 10 Otf
M. F Buries ........ ...... .". . • • .193 i%50 j i 1 00
C. I. Foss ;.... ..:.:....: 68 800-16 00
C. I. Fobs . . . ... . . ..". .-........: .155 200 . ; ' *00
F.W.Johnson ............••••■ 2.= 500 10 00
F. J0hn50n...:... ......*...•• 35 „ 50: : 100
F. J0hn50n......:..........". 36 .: 50 100
F. W. Johnson... . . .7. . . ........ .121 ■ 200 }: i 400
H. W00d?.. ....:.:.....".. ...AV.. 173 vIOO : 200
■£w0X:y.".:.'..;-.t:...-.;;-.v.-.176 ;r 10 ° 20°
R. Wo^dß 178 400 800
0 And in accordance with law, and an order of the
Board of Directors, made on the 2?J day of JULY,
A. D. 1830, so many share* of each parcel of stock
as may be necessary will be sold at the office of said
company, No.; 900 L street, in Sacramento city, on
the 10th day of AUGUST, at 2 o'clock p. X. of
such day, to pay delinquent assessments thereon,
together with costs of advertising and expenses of
the sale. 1 - - D. DIERSSK>', Secretary,
:: 1v26-td '".:■ No. 900 L street, Sacramento city. \:
BUSINESS CARDS. V/^;
WH. fiirTTEXBEEGEB,
IRON AND BRASS ; FOUNDER ■ AND I MA-
chinist. 1 Catting* and Machinery made to order
at the lowest prices. Guttenberger's Horse Powers
and Patent Ground : Roller and Clog Crusher.
All kinds of Hydraulic Pipes. 1 Corner or Front and
N streets. ■■ ■■ -*■"■*- ---?■ ■■T. J g L -.v:;-~ ■ jn26-4plm .--
-% JAMES Mc«IJiRE,
MANUFACTURER OF IRON DOORS, SHUT-
' JIyJL tore, Railings, ; Gratings, ' House-work and
1 Blacksmithlng in general. No. 148 X street, between
Fifth and Sixth . Second Doors ior sale
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C. F. Shields, formerly Fore-) „ WHITI , , w :
£ man C. P. Boiler Shop. . { „?; whitblaw.
? •*-, ■*? i~, SHIELDS .ft "WHITELAW, |
MANUFACTURERS OF " STEAM BOILERS,
* JjJL Second street, between Land M. Sacramento.
Orders for Repairs and Sheet Iron Work promptly
attended to in city and country. | Railings, Gratings,
Pop Valves and Steam Fittings of all descriptions.
a. -.-..■ Jy2l-4plm ---..•■ -.
,; 1856. . F. FOSTER, ' 1879.
OOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER AND BLANK
SOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER AND BLANK
Book Manufacturer, No. 319 J street, between
Third and Fourth, Suciamento. ' • ' jy2o-4pti *
IHJLDAVE CHARLOTTE ROBERT, - '
FROM PARIS, HAS OPENED A FIRST-CLASS
Dressmaking Estiblishment, southwest corner
Eighth and I streets. - Dresses made in the latest
Parisian styles, and at reasonable rates. )vl7-lm*
I. oarl». '■-' i ■ -' - - S "■•-%'*--"- « 1. OROIT.
CARLE A ' CROLT, ■-/ »-^-"-^
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, ARE PRE-
Ii pared to do all kinds of work in their tee, In
city or country. . Principal place of business, Sacra-
mento. Shop, 82 Second street, between X and L.
Post-office Box, 410, Sacramento. Jyl6 4ptf
A. B. NIXON, M. D.,
SURGEON-IN-CHIEF # CENTRAL PACIFIC
Railroad Hospital. Office, No. 908 J street,
over Goeings" drug store. | Residence, No.' 920 M
street. Visits Railroad Hospital daily at 9:30 A. H.
. . Iyl4 4plm ,
H. H. McWILLIAMS.-.
HOPE " IRON WORKS, FRONT STREET, BE-
tween I and J. ■ Machinery of all kinds made
to order and repaired. Sole manufacturer of Car-
lisle's Patent ■■ Derricks. H Lawn . Mowers Repaired.
For sale, a 25-horse stationary engine and boiler,
complete. -»■ >.x i^a .*- s» > -_ r . jy!4-4ptf „
■ ~ JI'LII'M BTBBTZ.3?«S&5 :i g
CJUCCESSOR TO FOX & STRUTZ, IMPORTER
. J5( and Wholesale Dealer in Wines and Liquors,
No. 41 ; street, Sacramento. Sole agent for A.
Hupfel's Sons' New York Beer. - ■ iyl4-4flm
'- DR. WALLACE A. BRIUCS
HAS REMOVED " HIS ] OFFICE AND RESl-
dehce'to Dr. G. L. Simmons' Building, J
street, between Second and Third. Office hours: 8
to 9 A. M., 11 A. M. to 2P. M., and 6toB P. M. ]y!2-»
j *i 2; CAPITAL ALE VAULTS, I
NO. 802 J, * AND '• 1005 ! THIRD . STREETS
Hot Lunch daily from 11 A. H. to 1 o'clock
r. x. The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
jy!3-4plm BOWERS & LONQA.BAUQH.
«ROTE L. JOHNSON, =
ATTORNEY 'AT LAW— OFFICE, FIFTH ST..
between I and J. Residence, No. 207 I
street, between Seventh and Eighth. jylo-4i>lm
T. B. MeFARLAJTD,
A TTORNEY AT LAW— OFFICE, SOUTHWEST
jf\ corner of J and Fourth streets. Residence,
H street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth. ]y9-4r>»
1 .11. R. BEAHD A CO., ';?■*:{:
STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS, WRAPPING
Paper, Etc., No. 312 J street, between Third
and Fourth. ■ ■ * ■■■■ Jy6-4plm -
J. A. d\M\!.imi.
SACRAMENTO BOILER AND WORKS,
I street, between Front and Second, Sacra-
mento. Manufacturer of Steam Boilers, Sheet Iron
Work, eto. Also, all kinds of Repairing. Chaugint
Portable Boilers from Wood to Straw Burners a
Specialty. ' „ . ]y6-tptf
W.H. M.i i;k v l!KI(;(iS, m. I» ,
OCULIST, AURIST AND PHYSICIAN' I FOR
Diseases of the Throat. Office, 429} J street,
ctrner of Fifth, over Sacramento Bank. Residence,
southwest corner of Nineteenth and X streets, Sac-
ramento Cal. Ilours— 9:3o to 12 A M.; Ito4 p. x.
Sundays— 9:30 to 11 a. M.; Ito4P. m. - jyl-tf ;
8. SOLO* HULL,
A TTORNEY AND COUN'SELOR-AT-LAW,
/\ Corn 8 a Sixth and I Strkkts, Sacramexto,
Cal. - ju3o-4plin
MISS L. J. XELLOGC. M. ».,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN— OFFICE AND
STi. residence, Nathan building, corner of Seventh
Mid I streets. Office noure, 8:30 a «., 2 to 4
and 7 to 8 Ml Ju3o-4plm
€. 11. KKEBS * CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS,
Glass, Varnishes, Brushes, Wall Paper, Window
Shades and Wax Flower Goods, Pictures, Moldings
Painters' and Artists' Materials, No. 626 J. and 1006
Seventh street, Sacramento, Cal. • ju23-4p'.f
EBXEB BROS.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
fine Brandies, Wines and Kentucky Whiskies.
Aeents of the real Chris. Schroeder's Nordhaeuser
Whisky, and of the genuine Imported Culmbacher
Beer. No. 1009 Fourth street, Sacramento.
' jn29-4plm • ■
W. A. nruiisoN, 11. D.,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office, southwest cornel of Seventh and J
streets in Bry «'s new building, np stairs. Resi
•lence, southtsast comer of Seventh and N street*,
Sacramento. Office hours : Ito S and 6to3P. X.
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K. •i . BILLI\«;» A CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
in Fine Brandies, Wines and Liouors. Agcnta
for Dr. Jaffc's Celebrated Cinchona Bitters ; also,
i_'i-?-.m for Litton Spriiurs Seltzer Water, Sonoma
county, California. No. 11! X street, between Fourth
Mid fifth. Ju2s-4plm
REMOVED.
CHARLES T. JONES AND ED. M. MARTIN,
AtU-rneys-at-Law and Notaries Public, have
removed their office to No. 607.1 street, between
Sixth and Seventh --•■ Ju24-4plm
11. F. ROOT. ALBX. KRIL80!!. - J. DRISCOL.
BOOT, KEILSOW A CO.,
UNION FOUNDRY— IRON AND BRASS
Founders and Machinists, Front street, be-
'wcen N and O. Castings ana Machinery of every
leqcriptlon made to order. Ju24-4plm
S'i>**t|W.l B.^KXI«nTS,
£(ORNER OF FRONT AND L STREETS
/ Highest price for Hides, Sheep Pelts and
low. Supplies Butchers with Salt, Paper, latest
reproved Sausage Machines, Stuffers, Lard Presses,
Etc. ■ Prompt cash returns mad* for all or nslsm-
ments . .-■.■'■•■;'.:•■■ . JulB-4ptf
c. ii. DIXOX.H. n.. :
OUROEON AND HOMEOPATH ff> PHYSICIAN.
kTj Office »nd residence, on Eighth street, between
Hand I. Office hours- Bto 9 A M., and 12 to 2, and
6 to 8 p. x. • Diseases of the Eye and Ear a specialty. ■
■.■■:: .j-..:: = ...-r, a :]u7-4p2m; : -:. ..-:. ■■'-:-..' , J _;
CREED RAYMOND, b? V.-
A TTORNEY ■' AND COUNSELOR AT : LAW, :
r\ Office in Quinn's new biiluing, corner of
Fourth and J street* (up stairs), Sacramento, [ju6-4p
DR. G. L. SIMMONS,
"VTO. 212 J STREET, BETWEEN SECOND AND
X^i Third, Sacramento. ■- ■- " : :
-=•- V ( 9 to 10 A. M. ) ■ : r e .!
Or oniro Hour*:- 2to4p. M. V ap29-4ptf
• (7toBP. v.) _.
pX STOMACH __
L..» : -.:. Srrvi- an Injnnriion on Dlxrase
By invigorating a feeble constitution, renovating % j
debi)itat«d physique, and enriching a thin and in- ;
r.u'riiioiK <4rcst alion | with I llostetter's Stomach
Bitters, the (Inept, the most highly sanction* d, and j
th» most popular tonic aid preventive in existence
■ For late by all druggists and dealers generally. ' <
. ' ' lmTuTha ;^;^- ; . .^^-— ,- • ;
- ;■: POLITICAL. " : ■• ■
REPUBLICAN
COUNTY CONVENTION.
'(P™ii!l?s!i»B§gi Sacxamksto, July 28, IS3O.
:- •: The committee met persuant to adjournment, and
made the following call, 'Vs That "> the • PRIMARY
ELECTION be held AUGUST 7th, from 2 to 7 o'clock
p. ii., and that the COUNTY CONVENTION be held
AUGUST Oth, time and place to be announced here-
after. The following test was made : - - •-•■ . »?:■.. *
| - Retained, That all persons who will agree to sup-
port the nominees be entitled to vote. -**.'"' »"~
,- > First Ward— ls delegates— Polling place, Corbin's
saloon. Inspector, J. F. Dreman ; Judges, W. A.
Anderson, A. Vermilra. iv*-it'» '■':■?• - : -_«- -: S , r
! i Second Ward —ls delegates— Leslie's saloon. ' In-
spector, John Stevens; Judges, Addison Sage, Jos.
Goddard. -. - --;.-*."-•- ■ i~~*r -'<-■* £&-;■•--«,:*:.
« Third Ward— delegates— William Tell • House.
Inspector, Dugald Gillis ; Judges, James MeCleery,
J.D. Loid.-.K-^:, • -::-■-- ..r,"-.-:-' - ■ ■ ;. J~V- r,. -■:••■■-'■..■■
45 Fourth . Ward— 2o delegates— Howard*, v Eighth
and M. . Inspector, H. A. Burnett ; I Judges, J. F.
Richardson, Frank Avery. > -■.;>' . - : , ■■,■"' „,..;. ,
■ - Fifth Precinct— 6 — Outline's saloon. In-
spector, Alfred Briggs ; Judges, Charles Brown, Ed.
beckley. t;>---:,i'O -T.^ri-^ ..-.:, S^a. ■,;..;;. :,,rss.-./
, I Sixth Precinct, Sutterville— 6 delegates— polls at
Oak Hall. I Inspector, C. Hunger ; Judges, T. B.
Flint, W. Farley. :. y<i3»4s*~ • ...:.,. . „ ; «
', ' Seventh Precinct, "■ Pockman— 3 delegates — In-
spector, W. ,H. Robinson ; Judges, C. Towle, — .
McCormack. -'„ : • >.-'■-■■•-'■ ■.--■= -,-*-« t i,=y-- j l .v •- •
Eighth Precinct, Perkins— 3 delegates— Inspector,
— . Fostei r Judges, G. C. McMullen, P. Beckeudorff.
f .' Ninth Precinct, , Patterson's— 2 delegates — In-
spector, ■J. Rontier ; * Judges, — . Mahew ; ,••■: H.
Cronkite.-»': ■ r.:---.:.,.-X-\ •■;,:.-■; ; ..- s s---#n? >:■■■.-
Tenth Precinct, Scott's ftation— delegate*— ln-
spector, J. H. Scott; Judge, Chas. Everett.
Eleventh Precinct, Antelope — 2 delegates — polls at
Jones' saloon.". Inspector, John Parsons ; Judges, J.
F. Cross. J. H. Coyle. ■. ; ■ ■- — V :■;;.
Twelfth Precinct, Howtli's— 2 delegates— Inspec-
tor, W. R. Grimshaw, Sr.; Judges, S. A. Howell,
William Dixon. <---"• <--■■-■-** ,-~ .„ „.:--,..,.■-•
Thirteenth Precinct, Michigan Bar— 2 delegates —
Inspector, Charles A. Roman ; Judges, A. I . Lamb,
James I. Sherwood. V - -' •• > •■-•';-'
■;■' Fourteenth Precinct, Live Oak— 2 delegates— ln-
spector, Fred. Slruckner ; Judges, George Atkinson,
— . Robinson.'. : i.Via •■ '?.'. . .Jx • iS&ageiz'i
- Fifteenth Precinct, Ashland— 2 delegates— Polls
lat Lawton's store. Inspector, John Lawtoii ; Judges,
George Little, William Cook, v J . - ; -
•Sixteenth Precinct, Folsom— l delegates— Polls at
Firemen's Hall. | Inspector, W. C. Cronsett ; Judges,
J. Heyman, S. Lyons. ,". , . • . ' '"
; . Seventeenth Precinct, ; Mormon Island— dele-
gates- Polls at Stevenson's store. Inspector, John
Nuttall ; Judges, W. W. Freese, Thomas Stevenson.
• Eighteenth Precinct, Hall-Way House— l delegate
—Inspector, J. E. Butler; Judges, William Sayles,
A. W. Tapper. ■ Salobury'a Station— l delegate— ln-
spector, S. S. McEwen ; , Judges, C. A. Nuttall, J
Nsttall. ■ ■.... „„. . ' ;. ■ -£A :;,.: Si
m Nineteenth Precinct, Florin— 3 delegates— lnspec
tor.jD. Reese ; Judges, K. Hart, L. H. Fassett. .
:. Twentieth Precinct, , Elk Grove— 6 delegates—
spector, A. Woodward ; Judge.', E. Everson, E. Ky-
ington. »-„-.,.. a^. _„;-»..... i.^ -■„,.,■,». :--,„„.»:«»■.•. '-.-**
Twenty-second ' Precinct, ' Union House— dele-
gates—lnspector, J. Reilh ; Judges, S. C Tryon, H.
M. Fay. .>. .■• .:--V Wi. '■ a -.-'r- ' : ■- -. '
•Twenty-third Precinct, Freeport— 3 delegates-
Inspector, J. W. Lee; Judges, George Fountain, P.
Reihl.-- ■> ■ «,-■, „-—,-,._ «-,-s ^*-, --...
Twenty-fourth Precinct, Georgetown— 3 delegates
—Inspector, P. R. Beckley ; Judges, N. J. Bran-
da?e, Jake Korn
Twenty-fifth - Precinct, „ Richland— 2 delegate*—
| Inspector, William Johnston ; . Judges, J. Bryan,
Thomas Ross.
Twenty -sixth Precinct, Courtland— 3 delegate* —
Inspector, D wight Hotlister ; Judges, Joe Runyon,
J. R. Oslen. • ** . «;■ ■ -^.. ■ f '' K «
Twenty-seventh Precinct, Walnut Grove— 3 dele-
gates—lnspector, J. W. Sharp ; Judges, Joseph
Wise! B< Westfall 1 ■■"-.. - • ■■■
| Twenty-eighth Precinct, leleton— 3 delegates— ln-
I spector," Josiah Pool ; Judges,' A. J. Bump, J.
Schaeffer. -- ; ■-
Twenty-ninth Precinct, Hicksville— 3 delegates-
Inspector, J. O. Kane ; Judges, . P. Williamson, A.
j Randolph.' - ; .■:..'.
9 Thirtieth Precinct, GGaitt — t delegates— lnspector,
A. Wldt " k r Judges, G. H. Gray, J. Mcr'arland.D
Thirty-first Precinct, Alabama ( choo'-house — 2
delegates— lnspector, J. . ri. Fowler ; Judge*, Sey-
mour Carr, J. G. Rae. - . . - ,v. „ ■
! Thirty-third Precinct, Emmaton— 2 delegates-
Inspector, 0. A. Lindsav ; Judges, L. Braun, J. 11.
Upham. - , „ JEROME C. DAVIS, Chairman.
A. J. Rjioam, Secretary. ;:■■_ „ - - v . jy27-td -
REGISTRATION.
! HEADQUARTEaB REPUBLICAN COUNTY
XI , Central Committee.— Any assistance or infor-
] mation concerning Naturalization or Registration
I can be obtained cf F. D. RYAN, at County Court-
I house. Every voter must be registered. 'By order
of the Committee. JEROME C. DAVIS, Chairman.
A. J. Rhodes, Secretary.* ■ - - jy2B-tf
CORONER.
I A- J. VERSHLYA (PRESENT INCUMBENT),
x\_. candidate for the office of Coroner, subject
to the decision of the Republican Count}- Conven-
tion. :. -^ ; . -.^ ; ;.. ':-::.:-.■■,,.<■ ,jy23-tt,:
SEAL ESTATE & INSURANT
UNION
INSURANCE COMPANY, SAN FRANCISCO^
Fire and Marine.
CAPITAL, fully paid... ................. 9J50.M0
Losses promptly adjusted and paid in gold coin.
CADWALADER & PARSON'S,
General Agents Sacramento Div'n, No. 61 J street
JyX3-lp« -.;■--■
KDW. CADWALADKR. . CIlAg. R. PARSON*.
CADWALADER & PARSONS
} (Successors to Edw. Cadwalader), -
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
i\ SO. 61 J STREET. . ;
t3T Real F state Bought and Sold on Commission
AoK.vrB for Tin
UNION OF SAN FRANCISCO,
ROYAL, r
HAMBURG BREMEN, .
NORWICH, UNION AND LANCASHIRE FIR
INSURANCE COMPANIES ; and the
MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. OF NEW YORK.
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W. P. COLEMAN,
f>EAL TATE SALESROOM, 89 J STREf.T
Heal EHtatc Bought A Sold on CommUaloa.
Agent for the ,-•
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE,
FIREMAN'S FUND OF SAN FRANCISCO
; FIRE COMPANIES.— AIso the
S. Y. LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. - ju3o-4pln
' AGBIOULTUBAL WABES.
MARCUS C. HAWLEY & CO..
I Hardware and Agricultural Implement*.
SAN FRANCISCO . .
And Nor 43, 45 and 47 J street....... .Sacramento
:: jyB-4pim
CARRIAGES, HARNESS, ETC.
PIKE & YOUNG,
/CARRIAGE MANUFACTUK- ___ -
! \j ens, corner of Fourth and /S"S|2»"*yx
L streets, Sacramento, have on c«SV I^9sS^ v _
:and the largest assortment of .S&EjiiiS—SSr
Darriageii, Wagons and Buggies to be found in Pacro
•»«>iitn which ih«v will Mil at vfrv low mx?* ]ul3-4p
/f££ffi£\ PIONEER SHOP.
fc^afl^^Pi S3. ROTH,
r^» WBko\ "><>• «'» X street,
'KpH P^^^i Next w Goldcn F - a * ie vu ° tci -
ti m \ imMh Harness Maker & Saddler
'mm tS&BSM Manufacturer of the Cop-
Sfiw EW^KrW per-Rlvet«l Collar. Alar;*
\ %^tf . ■ AMpfrLj&tj stock of Fine Harness and
\B| Jm By Side Saddles offere 1 for rah,
WP^ *' one-half from former
J. FRANK CLARK, I
1 TTBTDEE TAKER, I
•' Wo. 1017 Fonrth at., bet. JT and H. I
Always a.completestnek'ln (tort . Country
orders receive prompt »-tention. .Tl.-ipim ■ I
The Pioneer - Box Factory
.■ --■ ;■ ... . ■-;..- , :-. -; ■ , -■ . ■ , ■..:; ■ ,-..■ i -,'-■■• ■
; Still Ahead or aU Competitor j
O <^ 3BC TCT ' Jka* ~-> tM 0^ SST '-~
oouu or
Front and M street* Sarramrn.o
„v, ■■- - --■■-■■ . ■:■■ ■jy9-4n«---.--,--.: v;%-^:..
Chinese and Japanese ; Bazaar
: ; SAN LUNG & CO., '
MANUFACTURERS jOF ALL y KINDS %OF
j ladle*' sad Cfelldren'ti Inilcnifar, ■
Men's White Sliirts,"' Overalls, etc.; Chinese i and
Japanese Fancy Good*,", Fans, ■ etc. t- PRICES RE-
DUCED TO SUIT TUB TIMES | All orders promptly
attended to at the lowest rates. ~-i No. 526 J utreet,
bet. Fifth and Sixth, Sacramento. ->. Jy2B-4plm
XIME:PZC.O"VXIZ*XXEXir?C
-.' — or — ■ ■
WILMINGTON HARBOR, CAL.
US. ENGINEER'S OFFICE, NO. 533 KEARNY
J a street, San Francisco, Col , July 19, IgSO. -
S .:• 'I proposals, in duplicate, will be received at
this office until 12 o'clock noon, AUGUST 10, ISSO, j
at which time and place th- v will be opened in the
presence of bidders, for the excavation of a portion
of the reef at the entr.it of . Wilmingion Harbor.
Forms of bids, speciflcitions and olhsr necc»ary
infurmation mar be obtained from the undersigned.
■ 4 <,v-::.-' ; >-y - : . : .«f,,.j O. H. MENDELL, r » .»v- I
; jy2o-oteod ~, ,' laeut.-Col. Corps of Engineer!. • -
THE RED HOUSE a TBADE UNION. ,
JELJEJD BOUS1!
TEA.D E UNION! :
Real Bargains ! Eeal Bargains I Eeal Bargains !
We Always Have Them,
Not on paper, ; but lon our Counters, where } all :. may ■: see
them, and 5 never J more '> so : than at the present time. We
now; offer them to the public with the assurance that they
are positively the v -: :
GREATEST BARGAINS OF THE SEASON !
The following will convince f you that : we mean business.
We quote a few '-. of the ; many articles to be found on the
5 cent Counter :
Ladies' Fancy Border Handkerchiefs ......... 5c Infants' Piqae Bibs (embroidered) ......6c
Caildren'B Fancy Border Handkerchiefs 5c Pins and Need1e5.:.:....'.......... ....per paper 'sc
Children's Fancy Handkerchiefs.':..!.,. two fur 5c Buttons (White Agate)... .*......:. . 12 dozen for 6c
Ladies' Embroidered C011ar5 ................... : 5c Hair-pin 5 . . ! . . . ................ two packages for 5c
Ladies' Plain Linen Collars". ..;. r. .....:...;..'.. 6c Xote Paper.'.' .!:/!.. ....... "...'.....24 sheetß for 5e
Ruching5.. ":...'".. .'."!!."..:.:.: ...per yard 6c Envelopes ((rood quality).'....' .........25 for 5c
Collaretts (double). ........;: each 5c Japanese Fan 5.:..:....;....................... 5c
Medium and Wide Lace5........ ........ per yard 5c Boys' Sailor Collars.!!. ....— ........: 5c
Pillow Case Lace (wide)..........;;.::"*.per yard 5c Back Combs !....'.!......'.':.. 5c
Dressing C0mb5...:...! .."..'..'......... ......... 6c T0we15.:...... !..!........... ?....'.. ....:., 5c
Pocket Combs.'...'. .•!.............'...:......!...■ 6c Thimb1e5.. 1.....^...... ~. ............ "... ........ 6c
Fine C0mb5....... :.........!.!......... 6c Sharing 8ru5he5........ ..■......!.......... \.;V 5c
Toilet 50ap5.!.'..... ...;......... ..:.:..:...'.;'.. 5e I Nursery Ping.! " ; . ::.......:......... ...per dozen 5c
10 cent Counter :
Misses' Kid G10ve5. .'.:.....:..::..■..;. per pair 10c Dressing C0mb5.V........... 10c
Ladies' Lace Handkerchiefs! ..'..: ... . . . : . . . .. ! r 10c Round Combs. 10c
Ladies' Lace C011ar5!..!:..!...........'..:..:. 10c Pocket C0mb5..... '.:!,.:...'. ...............V. 10c
White and Fancy Handkerchiefs....!......... 10c Ladies' Caff5............:........... ..per pair 10c
Ladies' White H05e........ ......per pair 10c Ladies' Bows and Tie 5.!.'................'.''..... 10c
Ladles'. Fancy H05e.......... ...... ...per pair 10c Jewelry :..!\.".:..'...:.... ...per set 10c
Children's Fancy H05e..... ...... .....per pair 10c Pocket Knive5.............. .........! 10c
Linen and Cotton T0we15. ...'.•.........:.....:■. 10c Hisses' Bracelets .....V!.... ..........per pair 10c
Ladies' Linen C011ar5.!....'............:...!... 10c Ostrich Tips (all colors) '...:..!.....;. ..:..... ; 10c
Barbour'B Linen Thread, 500yard5............. 10c Laces (medium and wide)...!!.. ...... per yard 10c
Perfumery.::..:.........!..... 7 ;......;::!.... 10c Laces (Pillow Case), wide..... ......■.'.per yard 10c
Tooth Brushes...*.. 10c Japanese Fans..!. ».!..... 10c
- : Or rO.VTINT.VTION of : THE cheat KEMN4\T SALE !-BEiiWAHTB OF DRESS
COonS, TABLE LI MAS, WHITE GOODS, BHEETIHC*, MUSLINS, CALICOES,
FLANNEL*. SUIKTIXCS, CDiCiUAIU, . ETC., -AT 5 PRICES 1 THAT CANNOT BUT
PLEASE YOU. '•';;..:,■- '';,:- ■•■.■.-..■ „' i.-v- ■';•-•-- -,:.■■ ---"■• '. ;■ ■■-.. .! ■■'.'-- . :^-:'-
-' S& Samples and Price List sent FREE. Address all letters:
BED HOUSE, Nos, 706, 714, 716 J street,
SACRAMENTO ::„....:. v ..i. ...... ;..!!....................:.;:*:.:;:.!!.. ...^..1.:..cai,
BUCKEYE MOWER AND REAPER,
Champion Mower and Reaper,
Tiger Self-operating Sulky Hay Rakes,
lloilingstYorth Sulky Hay Rakes.
A L L KINDS 0 F
AGRICULTURAL MACHINES AND IMPLEMENTS,
"Wagons, Hardware, Etc.
BAKER & HAMILTON,
SACRAMENTO ....apl-4ptf...."... ....... .....:.'...... 5AN FKAXCISCO
QROCEBIES, -LIOUOBS,-. ETC.
FOR SALE, | ' /gfH^
FIFTY WINE PIPES, AT EBNEKj£fiflf
Jf BROS., No. . 1008 Fourth street, between J
at.d K. „■■■- Jy-21-lw ■■■
CHAS. W. RAPP & 00., , ;
fi RBCKRB, 139 J ST. BET. FIFTH & SIXTH.
J"SS Sacramento. ■..-. _ ; :
A Jew stock of American, French and English
Groceries. ~ Also, a large aggorment of the fines'- .
Japan Teas '_' ■'-"•■ -*■' '-■--■••-■*-. ■Jy 2'2-4T>lm ';■
WILCOX, POWERS & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Liquor Dealers,
NO. SOS X STREET,
SACRAMENTO : . . . : . . . ............. ... . . ... .CAL.
jylO-4ptf -,■■,.■■■- ■■- ,:
S. GOLDMAN,
T\THOLESALE AND RETAIL • GROCER
Northwest corner . Second and i street*,
ASRAMRSTO.
tS" Orders from the country promptly filled.
:,-.;■,,,..:•',;. ,-;,;. jy17-4pt» ;'..;;,./.;;
STATE MEETING.
O1 BALED BIDS FOR FOLLOWING PRIVILEGES
»5 ~. on | Camping Ground » of State : Meeting of
Christian Church, at East Park, Sacramento, for
ten d ys, or during session of said meeting, will
be received till 12 o'clock M. on the 20th day of
AUGUST, 1880: One ' Restaurant, ' one Ice Cream,
Lemonade nnd S«ia Stand one Fruit and Variety
Store, one Barber Shop and Boot Black Stand, one
Photograph Gallery, one Hay Yard. The privilege
for sale of Cigars is referred, and therefore not in-
cluded in above list. No spirituous or malt liquors,
wine or cider allowed on the grounds. ■ The ireeting
will commence on the 10th day of SEPTEMBER,
1880. Address all communications to the Secretary,
No. 1223 Sixteenth street, Sacramento. '< By order of
the Committee.';. MRS. WILSON A. HENRY,
■ . Jy!7-4plm - ':' : "! ■ >ys ■■■-••< Secretary. "• :
300 CHOICE RAMS^^^V
FOR SALE, 'v^lwfe.
THOROUGHBREDS AND GRADES.
Apply to ■-.;;- - ;.,, ....■■...;.: :.,>;■ -, ; S, :.:.;
. V:~ . : 7J 1.. ■'. 17. SniPPEE, i STOCKTON. :
■■--::-■■ ■--„■■ .-. . jy22 2m ■■■-■■-.> -■■--■-■• .--..; ..< •
v BANEIN^ffnUSES;;
NATIONAL GOLD BANK
rVF D. O. MILLS 4 CO., SACRAMENTO.
: EDGAR MILLS.?.?:V ; .r.7r/.i;;.President. > -
- '■■."• W. E. CHAMBERLAIN.... Vice President. :
FRANK MILLER .;....... Cashier f
_ HOTTED STATES 'j DEPOSITARY.
V-.; ■■>--.■>■ . ■- :■...■■■« : -s-.-;.;; : ' ■■.-•■■;■.■* ■■ ■: :
-. :. ■ .: , : „;\-. MANOR on .•.•;.; -,.,-. ■.;..-■-■ . -' /
Xcw Torts, London, Dublin. Berlin, Paris,
And all the priLcipal cities of Europe. .-'"-; .'■
Exchange on San Francisco at 80 cents per $1,000.
:; -■■-■■- -■ -•■'■.-■•■■ --.--jyll-U.-:-- :,■■:■. - ■■■-„.? .
PEOPLE'S SAVINGS t BANK
■■■') \'<" - : ; ■' OF SACRAMENTO.* -'v-—''^ '":
Capi1A1 ........ . : .~. . .... . . . .... . . ;. . 9509,033.
i :„*■'■-•" ■■"-" "v: .-''■. DIRECTORS ':"'.--L ; &;^'' ';■'■".':' -
Wit Johhstgn, :: ■■'.- ■ ■ »- E. J. Ckolt, ■ I
f:'W«, R. Ksiams, '■* .»'- .-..'V JOUR L. HrKTOON,
■-■• E. C. Atkinson, .-'. , S ■'■ '-) K ampul Goitlies.- '
WM. BECKMAN . ... .'; f*i ?;V. V. President.
WM. F. HUNTOON.:r..-.-.T..Secretary uid Cashie-. i
MONEY TO LOAN. JyM 4p
HOTELS AND BESTAUBANTS,
MECHANICS' EXCHANGE.
DEUTSCHES GASTHAUS, NOS. 18, 20 AND 2
\J ■:. I street, between 1 Front and Second, Sacra
■ ■:■ "to. - Jleala, Vi «-nts; Rmls, 35 rent*. .- :
, Jy22-tf , JACOB SCHMID. Proprietor.
TONEVS
Ms Y~\ OYSTER * CHOP HOUSE, -J^^
Nos. ami 76 J Strret, fe-lg^g
7^™®T Between Third and Fourth. * <«£"[.
' Newly refitted. Private Booms for Families. / :
Eastern and California OYSTERS in every style
»>■■-■■,;■■-;>■ -'■■•.-:■■■;■_; jvB-4plm *.■■•,■■ ;:> - - -
:>, ;;i TREMONT HOTEL, •
J STREET, BETWEEN FRONT AND SECOND.
Tiie house is newly furnished throughout. Large,
airy rooms. Good board and clear water. .; Prices
moderate. 1 .'.'• -V- - L. KCM.LE. Proprietor,
jy3-lm4p - v; Late of Ebner's Hotel.
GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL,
CORKER OF X AND SEVENTH STREETS,
\j ; Sacramento, - Cal. '■'■- This hotel -13 favorably
known as a first class hotel for year?. The house
has been repainted and rccarpetcd — everything clean
anil modern.' PRICES : REDUCED, $2 and $-2 50
per day. Every accommodation - for Families.
Ha^^a^e and Bus Free. •■•- •■.": : .- • .? .. j.
Jy3-4ptf F. A. HORNBLOWER, Proprietor.
t RAILROAD HOUSE, v
FRONT STREET, No. 81, BETWEEN X AND L,
JT - Sacramento.— Meals, 25 cents ; Bedc, 25 cents.
Board and Lodging- at low ntea ■ per week and
month.; J. R. JOHNSTON, Proprietor. jyl-4plm
- ARCADE HOTEL ;
CJECOND STREET, BETWEEN J AND X, SAC
J3 ramento. ■."-■ ■<?--.■;: ■:'■: -"^v^ -■ .- - -.■■_.
ju24-tf ;?;-;•■•', THOS GtTINEAN, Proprietor. -
FUEmTUBErBEDDINGr^ET^
PURIOTURE,
VAN HEUSEN * HUNTOON'S
JfO. 713 J STREET:
Prices alway ; the Lowest and the Beit Assortment.
■■■ -■. .-^■■■^■.-.■:---, Jy2i.tr s:-^- ■..--.-,,;; .-j
JOHN A. WILSON,
JOHN A. WILSON,
TMPORTER, > MANUFACTURER^ _
X and Dealer in wrnyiy'
FIXE FIIK.MTT KE A BEnDIXG, jS^Htt—
•ii Wo. 11l J street, bet. Fourth and Fifth. *;(,: |
- JST A New and Complete Stock at Reduced Pric '
Country orders promptly attended to. : jyl-4plm
W. D. COMSTOCK,
COKXEtt FIFTB ASD X STItEETS. #7\ .
El FIFTH AXD X BEDDING^
HTURE & BEDDING,
"~ : : 0t WHOLESALE ; AND RETAIL. ",' .'•■» ;
.-." ■"■•■ - *-'■ : I>2B-4plm -, ■■-■.-■.:■■ »'-' :
.;' A. OORHIBB. ;">''_* ■ . ; -\^' - ■A. R.BTONB.
STONE&CO,^,
Huiufactnrers. Importers and Wholesale Dealers it
SADDLES, HARNESS, SADDLERY
>*g% J lIAKDWAKE, LEATHER,
SHOE ' FINDINGS, CARRIAGE s TRIMMINGS,
Carriage Robes, Horse Clothing, Collars, Whips,
Saddlers' and Shoemakers' Tools, etc. * '
: - NO. CSV > STREET,
BETWEEN ' FIFTH AND SIXTH, SACRAMENTO
::;.-;:.v-':-.-:--,r;..r:-;]y44pln:;..-.;.-,.-,.'. ,--:■>■.
-■-' :"*»•■ TRKOD9KE CLANCE*. :
nnHE GENERAL AGENCY OF I THE RECORD
j I . ••> UNION for San Francisco, both for circulation
«nd idvertisemenW, is in the office o Theodor j
; O'ancey, No. t £03 ■ Koutgomory ; street Rooms 8 '
»nd ie. * .:-;-: 18-lpti ■:■:-■ ;
RAILROADS, STEAMEBS, ffl'C.
Central Pacific Railroad.
r-YiK-%<:; •.« 4r ;^3-ri^- -r-f?:" "'-y " ■ -'■' ;
; Commencing Tuesday, June S3 188», rf
..TiiO.'-v asb mrtiL rvRiHKK scrnnt.''. ' '.'; ■'■'..
TRAIN AND BOATS WILL LEAVE SACRABEK 0
:■■'■' ... ""■ AS follows : 1 ;;"-'"-^- ■-
"jiKA A.M. — (Sun lays exceptedy-AccoininorV
*.t»V dation Train -o Marvsville, Red B.uff and
-»»:;.* Redding. - .-■■• .•-■ -:.::'~. r^--,. :-,■'. :'■_ -"
T'ftft rA. .*.— (Daily)-Over!anc, Emlermt,
"•*» v Freieht and Ao-ommoi ition Train.; ";, M
7 (O»i I ■*• Jl.— (Daily>-Paciflc Express, vi» Davi*
• •'* v ..'» d Benicia, for San Francisco. - Connect*
. (Sundays excepted) at Dans with An- m-
r • dation Train to \\ wj» (1 . , Williams aliu
'■'"■■ Willows. ;- Connect* duly at i Suisun '■ tat
and viaKapa Junction lor Calis,
P (Sundays exceptcu.' Geysers). -"-.■ " V - ; '
i datum Train to V. n diau , Williams ai*u
Willows. Connect* daily at Suhi-.ii tot
Tallejo, and via Napa Junction (or Call*
toga (stages (or the Geysers).
1 Ai AA A. M. — v or as NOb uiertufti-r as ? ie-
A ™ ticable, Sundays r — Steuui-r for
/;'/•,:. :: < San Francisco, touching at all way port*'
?ft-fir <?*, on the Sacramento river. :■ a, > ->,'.,.
1 1 «1-1 •*• ■♦*•- (l>aUy)-Lix»l Pawnger Trait
A itOtf (or Stockton, . Tracv, more, SUes,
; . Oakland and San Franc sco. . Connect*
?g:a* Gait for lone, and it Silts (or Sao
'-" "' ■Jose.- ;■■■■"";■..'. .-■-.-'•--.•••"■"-■■■'-.■.- ■ -..■:..-■,
j .).!/» I*. (Sundays exeep ( .ed>- Local Pa*
I -v.lv ganger Train for Davis, Hcuicia and San
.."-:.*> v; Francisco. Connects at Suisun for VaUejo
:"• >VY -■ r : :.-j and (via Napa Junction) for Callstoga,' + „
1 9>QA **• : M.— (Sundays ; exoepted) -Passenger
I/C.OV Train (or Davis and Woodland. \ Con-
' nects ■' at Woodland for Williams i and
V.^-'i'i: Willows. - ■v..--:- ,:.•;-•. ■,; „,,■ . -■■:.,-
,),|A P. M.—(lHny)-AtV.tic Express for 0ol-
■•■IV : fax, Reno (Carson Mid Virginia), Battle
.'"J, -v ■-. '■'". Mountain (Austin), ; Palisade (Eureka),
Jai-:\: Otrden, ii-.nwia and East / ' '.'■•*■>_■
•>iOA F. -(Daily)— Express (oi
•wiV UarysYille. Chico, Red Bluff and Redding
- ; (stages for Po. Hand, Oreg n). : ..
»)."1A I **• «!.— iSun«la 8 . exoepted/— Ac-
■•iOv commodat.on Train to Lalhrop. Connects
. . with the Arizona tnnrtws (or Merced,
. Hadera (Yoseniite and Big Tiecsl, Mojave,
Ncwhall (San Buenaventura and Santa
- Barbara), - Los Angeles, SanU • Monica,
"'4M& W lmington, ; Santa Ana - (San Diego),
Col urn i»an Be nardino), Yuma (Colorado
river ■ steamers) ilaricopa (statres In
.. Phoenix and Prescott), Casa 1 " ramie (stage*
*5 (or Florence), Tucson and Benson, 1,024
miles from San Francisco (stagesfor Tomb-
& st lie and Sew Mexico ) ' Sleepi x cars be.
■ ' tweei Lutlirop, Los Angeles, Yuma and
■■ Tucson. < ••■ ■■■■: ■■ "■ ■' ■■■." - ■■. -_•-'"■
Q«ltA V. JiWPalVrt- Local Passenger Traic
OIOW for Davis, Benicia and San Francisco. . . "
t>,QA »*• M.-< Daily)— Westward Km grart
9*O V j Train, via Davis and Benicia, (or San Fian-
■ iVii-io'dseo.*..-' ■•■■. .-■•■, -■....-. \
7.1 P. M.-(Sundays excepted) - Passcng. r
•10 I Train to Davis, Woodland and Knight s
- r; *^i* Landing. : '- >' • - • ',-.,■■ .-i,j -■-.<>■,
C.KA ■P. (Sundays excepted)— Virginia
OtOV city Express (or Auburn, Colfax, Truck«
• . ; ;: : aid Reno. - Connects with , Virginia and
: Truckee Railrmd (or Orson and Virginia.
Sleeping Car (rom Sacramento to Carson.
A. N.TOWNK.. :...■..'.;.. .General Superlntende t
T. H GOODMAN ....Gent Pass'r and Ticket Agei t
■■-•-"---.■ ------- :--■■■■-■. jsHptt--.-:..-^----.- ""• --V
: OHANQE OF TIME.
; Sacramento & Flacervllle Railroad.
wtSm' -^^r"^^^r^^^^^^^^sß^r^^»^^^
: On Mid alter Wednesday,' Dec.' 31, 1879,
; I." * * l-xtil rußTuia notici, ■"' " ;.
I Trains will run as follows, daily, except Sundays :
! Leave Sacramento for Folsom, Latrobe ' - ■■ ■ -
and Shingle Springs 7:00 A.M
Leave Sacramento (or Folsom .4:00 P. X
Leave Shingle Springs (or Latrobe, Fol- •■■.' ■-- ■'+,
' som and Sacramento......: 10:35 A. M
Leave Latrobe (or Folsom and Sacra- ' -
ment0.;.... •.....:........... ....11:19 A II
Leave Folsom for Sacramento 7:00 A. M
Leave Folsom for Sacramento 12:20 P. M
dT-tf J. B. WRIGHT, Sup't.
FOR s PORTLAND v AND ASTORIA-
OREaoBr. .■';"■".■
~j&£'ll> THE OREGON RAILWAY AND
NAVIGATIoN COMPANY A.Mi
T^ar>iy Pacific Coast Steamship Company
1 ■58^SHBfc wi'l dispatch e-'er) five days, for
! the above ports, one < ( their New A 1 Iron Steam-
ships, vix.: ■ ■ ■ • .■ ■ - * &•. m
j OREGON, GEORGE W. ELDER
; ! : STATE OF (AiiroEJii.
BAILING DAYS :
Ju1y.. ..;.......".:..;.. ..."..V..5, 10. IS. «S.r3«
Angn5t.......... ...... ...4, 9. 14, 19, **, l
-- :j; . .-.-.;; AT 10 O'CLOCK A. «., ni. • :•'...-;
Connecting at Portland, Oregon, with Steamers and
Railroads and their connecting Stage lines (or all
points in Oregon, Washington and Idaho Territories,
British Columbia and Alaska. . .. > .. ..
K. VAN OTERENDORP, Agent 0. R. and N. Co
Iv . 210 Batter, street, San Francisco, Cal. .
. . GOODALL, PERKINS & CO., /
Agents P. C. 8. S. Co., No. 10 Market street. Sat
; Francisco.' ~> ■■■ v - - ■ • •.;;:■• irj - , . mv3-M -
PROPOSALS WANTED. ?
PROPOSALS
[ WORK ON THE TUBA RIVER
Omcß of the Board ok Directors or )
Drainaok District No. 1, >•
Sacramento, Cad., July 14, 1880. )
I BY ORDEK OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
.; 1) of Drainage DLstiict No. 1, passed at the ses-
sion held on the 14th liny of JULY, 1880, sealed pro
I posals will be received at the ofhc3 of said Board, at
I Room No. 55, in the State Capitol Building, Sacra-
mento, Cal., until 12 o'clock M. on AUGUST 18, 1860
for the Construction, Repairing, Strengthening and
Protection of Levees ncccssarv to prevent the spread
of debris (rom the channel - : .>f Vuba Rirt-r, in ac
I enrdance with plans and specifications on file in the
office of the Directors as above.
Each bidder must accompany his bid with a cert!
I fled check upon some well-known and responsible
banking-house for at least five (5) per cent, of the
I amount of his bid, payable to the order of W. 11,
I PARKS, President of the Board; the condition
I being, that if any party to whom a contract shall he
awarded shall fail to give the . bond as required b\
the Board of Directors for the faithful performance
of his contract, the check accompanying said psrty'i
bid shall be forfeited to the State.
- The party to whom an award shall be made wil
be required to give a bond, with two or more sure
tie*, to tic satisfaction of the Board, and in ar
amount equal to fifty (50) per cent, of the amount o:
the contract, conditioned (or the faithful performance
thereof. Seventy-five (76) per cent. of the Engi
1 peer's estimate of work done will be paid month)}
in warrants drawn on the State Drainage Construe
"tion Fund. : ,
The work must be completed within sixty days
I from the time of signing the contract, and no Chi
nese or Mongolians shill be employed in any capa-
city whatever on any work to be done. V And n'i
material used in the construction of the work shall
be purchased from any contractor or manufacture!
I who, either directly or indirectly, employs any Chi-
neee or Mongolian lubor.
■ Bids must be directed to " The Board of Director!
| cf Drainage District No. 1, Room f.S, State Capitol
Building, Sacramento. Cal ," and indorsed on envel-
I ope "Proposals for Work on Yuba River." :.
The Board reserves the rieht to reject any or all
bids. • CHARLES M.'COGLAN, Secretary.
•-■"• '■'-'-■-■ '■-■■• jyls-30t • -■-•■■
PROPOSALS
CONSTRUCTING DAMS
YUBA AND BEAR RIVERS.
Ofmcw or the Board of Directors of)
- Draisaqk District No. 1, ; ■■-■> .-
'■ r■' Sacrahesto, Cal., July 6, 1880. ; :
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
J ) of Drainage District No. 1, passed at the ses-
sion held on the 6th day of July, 18S0, sealed pro-
posals will be received at the Office of said Board, at
Room No. 55 in the State Capitol Building, Sacra-
mento, Cal , until 12 o'clock K. on AUGUST 9, 1880,
(or constructing two dams across the Yuba river-
one at De Guerre Point, about ten miles above
Marysville, and one about two miles below said
point ; also one dam across Bear i iver (the exact
location will be designated on the ground by stakes
with flags), in accordance with plans and specifica-
tions on file in the office <■( the Directors as above.
- Each bidder must accompany his bid with a certi-
fied check upon some well-known and responsible
' banking-house for at least five (5) per cent, of the
[ amount of . his bid, payable to the order of W. H.
Parks, President of the Board ; the condition being,
that if any party to whom a contract shall be award-
ed shall (ail to give . the bond as required by the
Board of Directors for the faithful performance of
| his contract, the check accompanying said party's
| bid shall be forfeited to the State. . . ,■; v .--
-i ' The party to whom an award shall b« made will
be required to give a bond, with two or more sure-
ties, to the satisfaction of the : Board, and in an
amount equal to fifty (50) per cent, of the amount of
I the contract, conditioned for the faithful perform-
ance thereof. ' Seventy-five (75) ier cent, of the En-
gineer's estimate of work done will be paid monthly
in warrants drawn oa the State Drainage Construc-
tion Fund/ .;■ - " •; ■■"■.•-■■-" " •■ -- - .:
! ■ The work must be completed within sixty <*ays
(rom the time of signing the contract, and no Chi-
nese or Mongolians shall be employed in any capa-
city whatever on any work to be done. And n.t
material used in the constriction at the work shall
If purchased from any contractor or manufacturer
who, either directly or indirectly, employs any Chi
nese or Mongolian labor. Separate bids must lie
made for the construction of each dam, specifying
the prices per cubic yard for each class of work. ■ : ?
I Bids must be directed to " The Board of Directors
of Drainage District No. 1, Room 65, State - Capitol
Building, Sacramento, Cal.," and indorsed on envel-
ope "Proposals for Constructing Dams." .■■-;■.■ .■■■■■-■■"■
■ The Board reserves the right to reject any or all
bids. '{■.> CHARLES M. COGLAN, Secretary.
:r".-.;- ; "- ■- ■-:■■:'.: jy7-30t - -.-- -■■■- ;* ■ - "-*-■> {<.*
BLACK DIAMOND COAL
AND SCREENINGS.
rr|HK ABOVE ' WELL - KNOWN . STJPERIO 1
1 I MONTE DIABLO COAL, the most economics'
that can be used (or r • .am, is for sale in lots to rail
at Black Diamond Landing, Centra Costa county,
and at the office of the Company, southeast con ar
of Folsom and Spear streets, San Francisco.
• • P. B. CORNWALL,
, jvie-ti J . President B. D C M. Co «
MAKKETS.
FULTON tej& MARKET,
CORNER OF . HUH : AXD " X STREETS.
Y¥7"HOLESALE - AND ?. RETAIL.— COUNTRY
.? y ii"- orders a specially. We carry a largo stock
of Vegetables, Fru't, Fish, Poultry, etc.
V Jjl-4plf * , i LONOTuN" & ANTHONY.
D. DEBERNARDI & CO.,
VTTHOLESALE ''miTlfl~ > Tn",'" : -jftiwi.
f V Healers in
Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Vegetables,
; Frail, Fish and Gtatnil Product.
K3T Ail order* will be carefully packed. Having
had long experience in shipping, we hare confidence
that we will be able to give satisfaction, send for
Price List, : ■--;— — — ; , ■
D. DEBERNARDI & CO..
Sacramento... ■•■• fal.
. .•__ . - v Ju26-tf -•■•-.•■
CHRIS. WEISEL & CO.
■•a. 918 ami »*• L •tree*. Scar Eighth.
"DITCHERS AND POKE PACKERS. OfTTA
J[> Choice Hams. Baron, Lard, llens'xL***"'
Pork, Clear Pork, Pii^ 1 Feet, Spare Ribs, jLiiLJgs»
at lowest market price. ' Highest price • paid for
grain-fed HovT. julS-4ptf
:■■ EDUCATIONAL.; y.Jli
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY.
OF SACRAMENTO CITY. — A PAY AM'
\J Boarding School for young ladies, on O treet,
between Eighth and Ninth, conducted by the Sitters
of Mercy. This institution was established in 18M.
To meet the increasing demands for admission on.
the part of day scholars and boarders, a large build-
ing was erected in 1576 at a cost of $30,000. . In 1878
the institution was incorporated, with power to
{Trent diplomas. All the bran hes of science taught
in the colleges and seminaries of this State an
taiiclit in this, with marked mccess, as w-u well es-
tablished at the recent examination for teachers,
held by the School Board of Examiners of this
county, which grunted first grade teachers' certifi-
cates to the four young ladles who presented them-
selves for examination from this Academy. Board
and tuition per Month, HO, Studies will be resumed
on the
:!olli or luanvl.
' Pupils will be received at any time during; the
ear. For further particulars "apply to SISTEH
MARY VINCENT, Superior. . Jv27tf
SACRAMENTO SEMINARY,
J street,* bet. Tenth and Eleventh,
M.t> lEICTO, Cab.*'
TRS. HERVOV PERRY, IT WING ASSO-
ItJL dated with PROFESSOR T. V. WELLS AND
WIFE, experUi ced and' successful teachers from
the East, -lakes pleasure in announcing . Uiat the
Seminar}' will reopen, with a full corps of teachers,
A ill > i' 2, ISBO. In addition to the usual full
course of study a Norm J Department is added, for
the benefit of .those who may wish to prepare them-
selves for teaching. ' ~ Pleasant aid commodious
rooms have recently been fitted up on the Seminary
grounds for the accommodation of the Juvenile De-
partment. : The Qahicy System will be practiced in
all the departments of the Seminary. Address the
PRINCIPALS for particulars. . ■ 4plni
SACRAMENTO INSTITUTE.
":- A ; DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL, CORNER
J\ of Twelfth and X streets, Sacramento city.
Conducted by the Christian Brothers. The course
of studies embraces all branches of science taught in
the colleges and academies, of this State. '• Special
care is given to such commercial and mechanical
studies as prepare young men for business in the
shortest possible time. The classics and modern
languages receive due attention also. Beard and
tuition, $75 per quarter. The college will open on
(d day of August. ■'•'
Students will be received any time during the
year. - - For further particulars apply to REV.
j BROTHER BERTRAM, Superior. ...... jy.T tf
y ; ■'•-:. r medical." ••.;;■"•;•
TO THE unfortunate!
DE,&IBBfINWPEIISAEY,
■ ' CSS Kcarnj St., San FraneUe*.
\■ ■ i '^ 7"" *^^^ ' ■'-■ '■ Established is ISJ«4, for
if . - . ' :^(W "■ the treatment of Scxo -
U fz^z^ ?Sfe\ »nd .Seminal dlseaaei
' fl^^S^-v^^EM such as Gonorrhea, Gleet.
*mjmrjo^!i\\J>iSS. Strictures, Syphilis in ai:
jWJJKa jßlSSy^l^y> its forms, Seminal Weak-
I B^pn ?•:"*"" 'xRS( ness,' Impotency, Skin
BrA 1 it *^St*l I" 80 * 869 ! etc -> p«rma-
Boim^kafilW.-ffitV^ tly cure! »r no > :
JBm^T*|.Wiulnal Weakncs*.
Semliial Emissions, the
solitary vice or de-
•^^^oE^^S^il'rived soxuilindalk-ecce,
I is practiced by the ■ youth of both sexes to
an almost unlimited extent, producing with on-
erring certainty the following train of morbid
I symptoms, unless cotcbated by scientific medi-
cal measures, viz. : Sallow . countenance, dark
spots under the eyes, pain in the head, ringing Id
the cars, noise like the rustling of leaves and rat-
tling of chariots, uneasiness about the loins, weak-
ness of the limbs, confused vision, Hunted intellect,
loss of confidence, diffidence in approaching stran-
gers, a dislike ja form new acquaintances, disposi-
tion to shun society, low of memory, hectic flush
pimplea and various eruptions ' about the face
furred tongue, fetid breath, coughs, consumption
' night sweats, monomania and frequent insanity.
: i r«K!» AT HOME.
Persons at a distance may be cured at home by ad
j dressing a letter to DR.' GIBBON, statin: can,
j symptoms, length of time the disease has continued,
and have medicines promptly forwarded, free (rorr
damage and curiosity, to any port of the country,
with full and plaii. directions. By inclosing ten do)
! lars, in registered letter, through the Post-office, ot
I through Wells, Fargo & Co., a package of medicine
■ will be forwarded to any part of the Union. - Pleajf
I say you saw this advertisement in the Rucotui
: Umos. Address, DR. J. F. GIBBON,
Ja24-4ptf ' Box 1.957 San Francisco
DR. SPINNEY & CO.,
OF NO. II KEARHY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO,
Treat all Chronic and Special Disease*.
YOIXIJ MEN
\TfTHO MAY BE SUFFERING FROM THB
YY effect* of youthful follies or indiscretion,
will do well to uvail themselves of this, the greatest
I boon ever laid at the altar of suffering humanity.
I DR. SPINNEY will guarantee to forfeit #500 '«»
every case of Seminal Weakness or Private 1 ';;■>>■ H
of any kind or character which he undertake* »i>d
fails to cure ■ ■ . ; ■
HIDDU>AGE» HIV. .
There are many at the age of thirty to sixty who
are troubled with too frequent evacuation of the
j bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or
burning sensation, and a weakening of the »v»tera in
a.;m&nner the patient cannot account for. I On exam,
ining the urinary deposit* a ropy sediment will often
be found, and sometimes small particles of al'urmer
will appear, or the color will be of a thin miikisr
hue, a^ain changing to a dark and torp 1 * 'ppearance
J There are many men who die of thi* .Acuity, igno-
rant of the cause, which is tne second stwrs of s»3D.
inal weakness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cur*
in all such cages, and a healthy restoration of the
genitourinary organs. . .*.
Office hours— lo to 4 and 6to 8. Sunday from
10 to II a. H. Consultation free. Thorough exam-
ination and advice, $& ' Call or address ■ V
DR. »Pl»\F.¥ A CO..
No. 11 Kearny street, San Francisco.
s P. S. — For private diseases of short standing, a full
course of medicines, sufficient for a cure, with all
instructions will be sent to any address for $10.
I -.--■ ■-.■ mr2S-4p6UwMTWThftf .
NO MORE BACKACHE.
| NO MORE KIDNEY TROU3LES.
<V( OREg/fr
\»' CtLEBRATEo "iff
IwMß^* ' Diuretic %l *
Kind nature's own remedy— "last,' tei* gift to
Ban." - A plant which grows in mountain - fastnesses,
seldom trodden by human foot. ■ /'"
'•■•-' There are thousands afflicted with diseases of the
Kidneys or Urinary Organs who suffer in silence rather
than to make known tlieir troubles. :, Others seek relief
by the use of various patent mediciaes, which, if they
do not aggravate the disease at least do not lessen it.
Even those who fecure the advice of physicians often
foil to get relief, owing to the very complicated and
delicate nature of the organs affected, . ; The Oregon
Kidkey.Tea is a strictly vegetable production, and
will not injure the smallest chill, nor the most delicate
woman, but will cure Pain in the Hack and Kidneys,
non-ietention of Urine. Diabetes, Inflammation of the
Bladder or Kidneys, P.rick Dust Deposit in Urine, Leu- 1
corrhoea. Painful or Suppressed Menstruation, and all
complaints arising from a diseased or debilitated state j
ef the kidneys or urinary organs of either ycxrf:.;-. ..
Hodge, Davis & Co., Proprietors,
-; PORTLAND, ORECON. ':
tSTI'OR SALE ! BY," ALL DRUGGISTS."EJ
ice, ONE DOLLAR.
- ■';• ''■ *'--':.'-.: m2O-4,i3m , ;?■■'-• ■;■'.■:■■ .:.,;-
Sacramento ;• Planing Mill,
SASH AND BLIND FACTORY, CORNEB Or ?■
J^ ,; Front and <J stre j Sacramento. ; .
.- .-': .."'.;'■ Doors, Tflnrtons, BUndi,
Finish of all kinds,' Window Frames/ Holding* ct
every description, and Turning - , - ,-■ •«■-•;
I BSs£?g; BAETW£LU HOTCUKI a A SI AL&KB.
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