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SAN FRANCISCO STOCK SALES.
Han KiiA.sris.-o. July 3), ISSO.
• mokm.no session.
"T«nnhiT ... ..'.'......61 85 Bullion.. .../.1 10
■^SSxtean'.:"...^! 10J Exchequer 135
sluSraJJ *C i 8 60heutuck ...2
t- Berti ßelcher...... 7i 200 Overman.... 110
V-* oSfornto. 1 551 .23 Union »J<»2o.
isa^vage SI 300 Lady Bryan 250
MoGon*?a. .....JBS 4aATi ......140
«iv> I'iiiow 14: 10 Julia. 4 a
jilltNor 3 83 135 Caledonia Me
160 U. Toint 120 JOSUverUiD... iS»
my Jacket ....4 SO lion. on. 70c
•UOBelober l-80@l 90 100 M..eke» 10c
1.0 3. Nevada..... 11l SJLady Wash... 20c
10 Utah 81 270Quinn 81
AFTK&JiCON RUSION. .
IMEuCon .....'.15 lOOßulwcr ...2 60
JOKueka on ...14J 100 Syndicate TOe
65 N. BoUe 12ii<»i;i 1003. Bodie.. 100
Thomas 2£c 50 Bee Me
[150MctaHo... 40c 190B»lTidare 1 '-0
lion He Isle 65c ,'OMono 160
. Paradise 45c Con Pacific. ' 85
106 Mt DUblo 14i 603 Dudley ........300
«0 N. Bellelsle. 45c 100 Jupiter .' 1 »
" 5J Day 30cl 710 Addenda, 95c
M Wales ......3 25 60 Noonday 31
I'JO McClinton ...30c 200 Standard 600
lOßodie ! IK Boston -••J
100 Holmes 10c T500r0..... 1 50
.MJ.ckson. .....1 149 Silver king i^
•JOSummit 125 50White.... We
San Francisco Praduce Market. .
SAM Fbascisoo, July 29t11— p. m.
Flour— We quote the various brands as
follows :• Best dry Extra, »5 62*; Bakers' Ex
tra, ib 40<«5 65; ■ Superfine, *3 60^4; interior
E\tra,J4 7*96 25; Interior Superfine, *3 5034; Ore
ron Extra, $4 5O«»5 ; • choice do, $5@5 25 ; Oregon
Superfine, *3 60<§4 ; Wall* Walla Extra, $4 90®
6 Hi a bbl.
\Vii*ai- Few sale* are reported on shipping ac
count, though rumors are plenty of free purchases
in the interior for export purposes. On 'Change
this morning the inquiry was good, and more than
usual intermit seemed to he taken in tha situation
by IciMliuK operators. The remit, however, wag
meager, and rather a disappointment than other
wise. As evidence of the vivid on - Roberts' island,
the Stockton Independent report the product of a
certain 40 acre patch at 70 bushels to the acre. The
Liverpool market has recovered from yesterday's
decline. Sales of 1,200 ells choice new milling,
SI 55 ; 740 do do, %i 60 ; 377 do do, *1 50 9 ctl.
Wo quote No. lat $1 50@l 55 ; No. 2, *1 42}«*
147} ¥ ctl. Choice old nulling lots sell from $1 55®
1 60»etl. ■-■ ■ " '»■ •"■ . '■• ■■' •• '-■■ ;: -
Barley— No receipt* to-day. The tono of the
market indicates more strength, but stocks will
have to be much reduced before values can rise to
any extent. The local inquiry for brewing is light,
while the demand for shipment is apparently nom
inal. Chevalier is taken about as fast as it arrives,
if up to the standard, for filling European orders.
" gales on 'Cnansro of 700 sks choice bay feed, 77}0 ;
540 do old coast feed, 75c # ctl. A lot of 1,200 ctls
good bay Chevalier, to go aboard ship, was reported
»old at II 40 ¥ ctl. Brewing is quotable at 77}«*
87Jc ; feed, 72}®77J0 ; Chevalier, (1 40@l 45 for
•hoicc bay and i\d_'\ 25 for coast.
Oats— There is no movement of consequence.
Apparently there is a lull in the demand, which at
the be»t of times is not very pressing. Wo quite :
Humboldt, »1 4<V»«*l 50; coast, *1«?1 25 ; Oregon
and Washington Territory, SI 20(gl 45; Surprise,
$1 55<<*1 00 $ ctl.
Hat— Cargo lota on the wharf range from &to
$14 ton. ••■■;■ . ; -
Krcit— Eating apples are scarce, and bring full
figures. Grapes are in poor request, and some ship
ments are so inferior that uo sale can be found
for them. Cantaloupes and watermelons - are
not sufficiently plentiful to induce any great
demand. Cherries and strawberies are fast drop
ping off. The following are the quotations for
jobbinz lots : Apples, 50c*t$l $ box for green,
and 75c@?l 75 for red ; pears, 750a*l 25 $ box ;
BartJett do, $2 * box, and 75@t$l V basket; can
taloupes, SI 50 «2 ? doßin; Sweetwater grapes,
40c (ft 91 25 V bik ; early black do, $1 50
* box ; crahapples, 60@75c V basket ; watermelous,
S2@2 50 ¥1 dozen: apricots, 91 50(g2 V ' box.
blackberries", tSId 4 V chest; figs. ;(n<r.'.oc 9
box; nectarines, «I@l 50 $ lux ; cherries, 312 "
15$ chest ; peaches, in boxes, 25340 c for com
mon, and s<\<*7Sc for good to choice, with Craw
fords at *'.*rl i.j ; d«, in baskets, 40c([jl 25 ; cherry
plums, 50u $ box ; peach plums, 75c atl ¥ box ; rasp
berries, j »?•> V chest ; strawberries, $7i£t! ; currants,
J3orO for red, and SB^JIO S chest for black ; oranges
are quotable at *3'X<»:V> V thousand for Tahiti, and
t.i 75(g4 75 IS box for California; lemons, 89t»10
V box for Sicily, *1 50@5 for California, and $4©
4 50 for Australian; limes, *7i«rS for ■ Mexican;
pineapples, $7ijr9 *t dozen; tamarinds, 12igt5c %1
t ; -bananas, *2W4 V bunch.
Hoxsv— Additional supplies arrived to-day on the
Ancon. Some partioa arc asking over our top
quotations for strained, but wo. hoar of no sales.
We quote : Comb, U@l3c ; strained, 6h97Jc V ft
80TTER— to-day is moUeraUvely active.
Price! continue steady, and there is little pros
pect of any great disturbance in values for the
t-rcscnt. We quote: Good to choice, 20323 c for
the usual run of consignments, with Point Reyes
" diirits at 24«r25c V tt> ; inferior to ordinary, 17@l!tc,
inside rate for mixed lot from country ttores. New
firkin is quotable at 20@2ilc V ft. Pickled comes
within the range of i 22J@25c. Eastern is iv
light supply, and 180100 1' tt» will probably cover
the bulk of offering.
Cuiu-e— We quote: California, li'rfir.jc 1$ It;
Eastera, 10<318c ; Western, H.«!lsc Bi.
Eoos— market is free from excitement, but
there it more or lew irregularity in values. We
heard of sales this morning at 23c and 25c ¥> dozen,
said to be of choice quality iv both cases. The.gen
oral feeling, however, indicate! . less strength in
price*. We quote: California, 22g24e; Salt Lake,
21@22c; Eastern, 19@20, with express at 21@22}0
V dozen. ■ *
' I'ori.TaT — Under a light inquiry, the market de
velops a weak feeling. We quote: Turkey?, ltk£l9e
for live ; roosters, #si*s 50 for old. and $5 50^7 for
young; hens, 85 . r >oi/r 7 ; tirailers, H@4 60, acording
to sire ; ducks, 4Q5 V do/en ; goose, 31 50-^1 7.*» V
Wool— There is but little competition, and the
market is fast assuming a quiet t 'tie. Boston »d
--vims announce an improved inquiry, and sales
of the butter irraden of California spring are re-
uteri at MOSBC V Ib. Purchases were mainly ,
for the home" product, no attcutinn belli givm to i
foreign c:ip». We quote: 111. rifle (or burry, 20@21Jc
•or-. '.:.-, ' irrj-, and 22@24c for free southern and
Sm .I'a>iiiin Sorthem is quotable at 24 -fie for
ordinary •' ■••>■<•■■■»•'-<. whi'eeh.jice llumbi>Mt ranges
CrotßSOotoSSicjSUklyou, U<ft3Oe ; Washington Ter
ritory, 2Sa23c. Bnstara Oregon sells at 18@23« for
inferior, and tO&tlo for choice. Fine lieht fleece
Vaileya ooms within a limit of S3@34c, while com
mon fnvlm arc nominally sic V B>.
Sacramento Fruit Market.
Oar Bunasol quotations are from the price
lists .if W. R. Stron* * Co., and are revised up to I
p. M. vest»rd»y. They represent trade pricw, and
have in view selected fruits suitable for shipment :
Apples, CTfen, 75c@*l ; rod, »ti»l 23; peani,
e^rly, 75c «*1 25; Dearborn leeillin;, $I@l 2-'> ;
Bartlett, il.ctl IS; prune*, $1 -."■«! 60 V box
poaches, (1 tl :>oVbox ; figs, 6jiloc V IV, blackber
ries, si&*:; plums, in variety, 75c<a}l 50 V box;
oranges are very scarce, quotable at $40 9 M
Tahiti; lemons, Sicily, $10 V box; C»lif'«mia, »4«*
4 50: A'lHtralian, (5-«5 60* box; limes, Mexican,
$7 50&3 V box ; limes, repicke.l, $10 ; banana*,
$4'*S» 60 V bunch ; pineapple*. B«t9 V dozen ; to
matoes, 6n.vT7. r >c 9 box; watermelons, $1 75@2 V
d bsb. Crawford peaches now coming in slowly,
soiling at s<<in7e * tt. ; grape", *1 E0«l 75 *' caw ;
orabapptes, 75c$$l 25 ; cantaloupe*, $1 7j@2 V doz.
Eastern and Foreign Markets.
Nrw York, July 23th,
BRHAOCTrm— FIour Is quiet, and Wheat is un
settled. Utter at 41 OVnl 11.
lluim — Kair demand and firm.
Groceries— Rio coffee is in better demand and
steady ; refined iui^krs art; i.i gjod demand and
very firm at full figures.
LivK«rooL, July 20th.
Wns»T— Good to choice California, m 10.1 to
lii. M, Spot lot* strong; cargo lots quiet and
steady ; weathor <!: iwjry. Thi-, is the third showery
day in succession.
— — -^ —^^ - » » -
Jefferson Davis his just presented to the
city of New Orleans, iv fultillmcnt of the
request of the late Mr». Dorsry, one of the
pictures representing Anne of Austria ex
hibiting the portrait of her son to the
French people, by l'iorro Mi^nard, court
painter to I. mis XIV.
I LST OF LETTriM RCDiIMSV I*
J| J the Poatofßcs at Sa.Tamcnto on Thanda< ,
July ISSOt •;•■-
Ul'.r. 1 Ll»f.
Am. lf run, Mm S Kern Mr* Molliu
Bit*», Mm Alex It Kimm. Mm Ullio .
liccklty, Mm Alma Vox, Vi-o, II ittto-1
Brennan, Mi-i Maria . McCom i!ic, Mrs Ann
Brown, Mm Hum Maxwell, HIM Mary X
Bromi, Mr» Margery ' Morrit, Mi« til
<'be»tcr, n»rcnce - *earo, Mm Uitlie II
C .lUkcr, Mm Jane Neboß, M.» Riizt
Council, Mn> Sarah Noble, Mrs Emma 3
C .mill. Mr» Kat« Norton, Mm M\.v:
C'»ter Mr» lAwrette H eriirien, Mrs .1 ' . :
Day Mm Mary (»'1»>» I, Mrs Kate
Dolan, Mi~s Mil P.'t«r«)n, Mr» Oliver
I>i»1o:n. Miss Lizxy Kouhe. Mi« Miry " i
Fifi IJ. Mi»» Annie i Roche, Johane
F.>nt«, Mm Rose * Roach, Mr« Mafrcria ■
Ford, Mm A C • ■ Robinaon, Mi.« Miry X
Foster, Mm M II ►cut, Thomas £
Krr nan. Mm Becea 3 Scott, Miss Josephine.
SUmI, Urn (ran J Oabol) smith, Mrs M A
Crain^r. BUM . Slnmi;, M.» Nellie
Gtiiato, Miss I.i: 'inda Van Wioklin, Mil M 2
II li.-an, Mn — •- . Vertre-s, Mi« Flora
I<a!kiiw, Mr» Ratio . Walrath, Mn <;oor|re
lUH, .x I 1 Walsh) Miss Marr
Ittll, Mrs Msttie . W.l.h, Mn Bertha
IKrr.iv. Mr* Annie Wells, Miss Birdie
Uiakins, Urn Ida F Weyer. Mm Lizzie
Hi::, Mr< I'll - Williams, Mamie
Jickson, v.n> F.uKrii'2
AJ*3«, JT Grimm, CII *■: Palm, MII •
A!! n. ha Bail, Oeorite P.r »r, Uow»rd
Alfrne'*, Jl* Hardy, Tommy Pearson, Chas
Alfan-, Uiilore Harper, Samuel Phillips, C F
A:m »■. I, Qeorga Bart, Walter Pri«rt, Master E
Axhner, Ohitvm IHUrlck, Ceo Rhnadt, A U
X trkh»w>. Win Bay*, Henry lUce, Peter
IJaxtcr, M A Horald, Henry Kocbfort, Tho» _
8011, j! L ' Hoffman, Henry Ryan, James
ncimett, C H.ileomb. II J .Mb ib. Rafael i
lienhau!, A llomann, Mr . Scott, Robert „
i: : u-. Jacob Jickson, 1 S Mmsrd, J.>hn
Bils, Charlfl* Jones. MM Smart, D B
Block, J G JiwenM, T Sly, John
r, us, A■ ■ Iktif'iiitiii, F M Smith, II II
Butler, David Kemp, Jim Smith, J R
Bums, Hurry X- poor, Dai ; Smith, Chai
Carlisle, Kaym'd Klo;>stnek, Ca!is Spearman, S
i! li HA - Kami*, Robt S. I>onnls, L .
Carr, JE ■:' I,n.kur»liire.tlVi,Stanlf.v, C
<:<sev, .11. .--"-• J - Stevens, Frank
Chapman, F D La'abfe, CII Stubbs, Mister o
Chestnut, J IV ■ Liw, A Street, S.-ih
Clark, CF Leonard, J 9 Tirry, HonDS
CSnpeUnd, J F Hthauer, JII , Trnbe, Chas ■
Davis, Walter '■' Luce, Cheney , I'tftly, Chas >
Davis, MI) ' ■ JlcAninch, J Wagner, Frank .
Du"an, Patrick : Mc'Jann, FAw Wang, IVriiu.r.l
Duerr Frank .'• M.rriilolil, A Walton, J L.-.2W?
Fay VI Mams, Al •■'■■■• Wallace. It •
Farley, Frank , • Mo'if*n, SF. Waabeorae, S
Kenton Maurice .Morcan, John , Webt-r, Clemens
Fur Martin •• -•*■; M'>i*an, TF . Wilson, Js. v:
«av! ! ? .l8. Prof V O'Connor, M.' \\,,,1,.v..1C -
Goodwu), Daniol Ojrden. James - Woods, Km-
Grabam, J A :VS On. J W V
'■■'"SV. C. HOPPEfO. Postmaster. >
THE DAILY RECORD-UNION.
IKI»4Y STVH 30. 18»».
__ INSURANCE. r ;M
CASH on hand and in 8ank............ 810,029 27
U S B.lNI)*, regi5tered..:. ........... 195,875 00
OAKLAND CITY BO 1D5.... '...*. :....; .29,500 00
OAKLAND GASLIGHT BONDS ...... 17,500 00
KIRSTNATIONALGOLDBANKbTOCK 10,980 00
LOANS ON BOND and MORTGAGE... 163,100 00
BILLS RECEIVABLE, secured by col- " ■< v * ••"
- laterals.. .". ..V.......~7r.Tn.V...V"... 29,050 00
REAL E5TATE......;................. 209.218 S3
MARINE PREMIUM N0TE5....... ;...* 27,733 20
PREMIUMS in coarse of collection ..;...-; 5",000 IS
I NTE REST due and accrued ;,.:...:. 3,525 41
ADVANCES on Mortgaged Property, eta i 2,795 73
', *707,307 17
ADDITIONAL CASH CAPITAL now,
being called 1n..... 350,000 00
I Will Hike Total As»rl« ..91.117,307 II
> ■ -
The Fireman's tad
Bases its CLAIMS TO THE BEST . PATRONAGE
upon iU SOUND FINANCIAL CONDITION, rein-
forced by its ACCESSION OF CAPITAL, (riving it
OVER A MILLION DOLLARS IN ASSETS ; it*
extensive system of 'Agencies, insuring it a LARGE
PREMIUM INCOME, without the necessity of heavy
concentration of lines; its adherence to the best
principles and practices of Underwriting ; by open,
fair and clearly expressed contracts, and prompt and
equitable adjustment and settlement of legitimate
osses. ■'•'; .'■■ .
t&- For SEVENTEEN YEARS it has been favor,
ably known as a conservative Underwriter, and
during that time has paid over
$4,000,009 in Losses,
Passing triumphantly through the heaviest con-
flagrations known to modern history.
Agent* In all the Principal Localities In
the Hilled Slates.
ta: INSURANCE OF GRAIN AND GROWING
CROPS IN CALIFORNIA A SPECIALTY.
HOME OFFICE i
IT INSURANCE OK GRAIN AND GROWING
PS IX CALIFORNIA A SPECIALTY.
401 California Street, San r'niurl-ro.
eITcIVp^;.::::: } -^i^*
D. J. STAPLES President.
ALI'HEUS 8ULL..... .:....Vice President.
GEO. D. D0RN1N.... ....... ........::.. 5ecretary
WM. J. DUTTON Assistant Secretary.
MINING NOTTGES.- ~
Fountain Mining Company.— Principal
place of business, Sacramento .. city, . California.
— There is delinquent - upon the following
described stock, on account of Assessment No. 12,
levied on the 15th • ay of JUNE, A. D. 1880, tlie
several amounts set opposite the oai.ies of the
respective shareholders, as follows:
* -..„•;■ '. . .:• . No. No. „
Name. Cert. Bhs. Amt.
M. F. Bonfea. 183: 1000 *"-° 00
M F 8urge5..;.....: ....194 1000 20 CO
M. F. Barges..'...;..' .....185 1000 : 20 00
M. F. Burges 18* 1000 20 CO
M. F. Bunres.... 187 ; : 100 .; 2 00
M F. Buries 188 ' 100 / 2 00
M F ISurjres 189 ! 100 200
M F. Kurges...:. ....191 - 500 10 00
M. F. BurgM 192 533 10 68
M. F." 8arge5.... .....'. 199 50 100
C I Foss. 88 800 16 00
C I Foss 155 200 *00
F.W.Johnson 2 500 10 00
F.W.Johnson 35 :: 50 100
F. W. Johnson. S6 50 100
F.W.Johnson.. 121 200 400
R. Wood* 173 100 200
R. Woods 178 100 200
R. Woods : 176 400 . 800
i\ Johnson I 500 10 00
'.Johnson 35 50 100
. Johnson 36 50 100
• Johnson 121 200 400
ood« 173 300 200
oods 17S 100 800
oods 176 400 800
And in accordance with law, and an order of the
Hoard of Directors, made on the 2?d day of JULY,
A. D. I*3o, so many share* of each parcel of stock
as may be necessary will be sold at the office of said
company, No. 800 L street, in Sacramento city, on
the 10th day of AUGUST, 18S0, at, 2 o'clock P. M. of
such day, to pv delinquent assessments thereon,
together with costs of advertMnjt and expenses of
the sale. D. DIEKSSEX, Secretary,
2 J-'d HO. 900 L strce', Sacramento city.
LEGAL NOTICES. ~
Petition for Reclamation District.
Petition or ! . Rrowi, Z. Itjinn'ly. —'I
Hun) on, C V. Tnlmadse and J. 11. Ol-
' -mi fur the Formation or a \rvr Iff
. I ,m:iili.ii District.
TO THE HONORABLE, THE BOARD OF Su-
f_ pervisors of the county of Sacramento and State
ii California :
E. Brown, Z Kanady, S. Runyon, 0 V. Talmadjre
and J. R. l>l*on present this petition and respectful-
Iv show to this honorable Board of .-upe< visors :
' I.— That they own and hold title and cvidemc
thereof, by purchase and patents from the State of
California, or certain l>:i<is in the county of Sacra-
mento and State of California, being swamp and
I overflowed lands described in liiii.-ion IV. if this
11. -That they desire to adopt measures for the
reclamation of said land, and to reclaim the same,
and for 'his purpose they propose to form and estab-
lish a R cl^maticn District, to include the same
with (he boundaries set out in Division No. IV. of
th s petition ; that a particular description of the
lands your petitioners p op< •*& to reclaim i* hereafter
set ont in this i l i"ii in Division No. V., by legal
1 subdivisions and boundaries.
111. — That the whole number of acres in Slid dis-
trict is six hundred and eighty-three 15 ICO acres, of
which your petitionets are owners, and hold the
same by purchase as swamp and overflowed lands,
and patents from the SUte of California, and other
! evidences of title.
IV. -The boundaries of said proposed district are
I particularly described as follows, to wit :
Beginning at a point nu the eastern bank of the
Sacramento river at the sou'hwest cor croi Survey
277, uear the center of vet on No. eight (8), in town-
■Ma No. five ('.) north, and range Ho. four (4) east.
Mount Diablo base and meridian, and running
thence north f>2* 15', E. 40.00 chains ; thence wmth
XV v.f, K. SlOu chain* ; thence south 3.V l»D , E. 7.00
chains . thence north 82*. K. 40.00 chains ; thence
south 46* li .K. 21.(15 chains ; thence south 52* 30 ,
W. 40.00 chains ; tbecce south 42* SO", K. 20.00
chain*; lhaaai south 4:>* 47', E 29.30 chains;
thence sou'.h *>' IK, E. v.i.TJ chains ; thence south
SO* :i)', W. 40.00 .huns to a post on the bank of tbe
I Sacramento river marked Dillon and Smith ; thence
meandering up the said east bank of the Sacra-
mento river to tie place of beginning, uid contain-
ing kix hundred and eight j-tl.rte acres aud fifteen-
hundredth* if Hii acre, being |>orllons of sections 8
aiU », 14, 10 and 17, In township No. five (.'•) north,
raige No. four (4) oast, Mount Diablo base and
meridian. All of «aid lands are in the county of
Sacrani tifi and State of California, and they are
swamp and overflowed lands, rt-l for-* listed as
such by th« United States to the Mate of California,
and are Included within what is known and claimed
to be Reclamation District No. 2 I Thai mil la ids
are snrceptible of one mod*; of reclamation, and al-
| thoturh embraced in "aid District No. ■-', or what'
was formerly known as cuch, thai have not been
thoroughly -1» mcl, and they are capable of inde-
l pendent reclamation. \ r -' \ ■ -=-' ~* '-- " f - -' e« '
V.— That the following are descriptions, by lc£&
subdivisions fend other boundaries, of each tract of
Mid land in said proposed district, and the names of
th 3 owners an i holders of said lauds,, and of each
legal euMivisi >n thereof, the names of tho oocu-
pants, aud the evidence of title of each tract, to wit:
Tract No. I— Beinj that embraced in Suncy No.'
27 which U pi>rtion of sections S and B," in oocu-
i, a:.'l the <•> iilcnce of title of cadi tract, to wit :
u:t No. I— Bein^ that embraced in Sumy V..
fthich U (K'rtioi of s-rtjuiis ti aiid Si, in town-
■hip No, five 1..') north, ran^e No. 4 east, Mount Di-
ablo l«se and containing one hundred and
thirty-two S3 100 acres ; owned snd occupied by K.
Brown, who holds by purchase and |wtcn>. from the
State of California; !> "ginning at the point on the
eastern bank of the Sacramento river, wbich is the
f. W. comer t.f Survey 277, in lhc»fK;tinn Mo. eight
in) in said township 6 north, r •nt;r (It four east, and
runninz thence north 63* 15', K. 6 00 chains ; thence
south 35*09', E. 33 00 chains ; thence south 63*, W.
40.00 chains ; t!. « nor* 30* 45', W. 00 22 chains ;
then c north 3 V 30", W. 14.00 chains ; thence north
tStW. 13 00 chains to the place of iM-^niiing. '• . :
Tract No. "2— that embraced in the southern
I'firtioii of Survey No. 275, eontaiuinr 2S acres of
the land in said Purvey 278, and also all embraced in
Survey 2.-0 ; both of which tract« are owred by Z.
Kacady, jointly with her children, M. J Kanady,
M V. Kanady and S. R. Kanady, all heirs of M. Kan-
ady, deceased, who, with her familr, unrifv .he said
lands ; all of which are held by purchase and patent
•if tbe Sate of California as swamp and overflowed
landd ; sud Um'i are portiois of sectlsns 8 and 9 in
township No. .'■ north, range No. four (4) fast, M. D.
B. M., and contain one bundrrd and six'ynine acres
and seventy -seven hundredth* of an acre (169 77 190
acne), hounded and descrirwtl as follow", to wit: I I
l!i'«-i:ini'.K at the southwest corner of purvey 278,
in section »iitht (S) T V. N., R. IV. E.; thence run-
ning -. 39' I.V. W. 700 chains ; therce running N.
62*, E. 40.00 chains ; thence running S. 35* 09', E.
7.00 chain* ; thence running N. 81 . K.
40.00 chains ; thence running -8. 46* 12, E.
21.€» chains; thencs runninir «. 52* SO',' W. 10.00
chains; thence run ii N. TV 30', W. 20 00 chains ;
thence runninir & s ' 30', IV. 40. C0 chains; thence
miming N. 39* 15', W. 14.63 chains, with the mean-
ders of the river 14 69 chuns to the place of begin-
n'li^. The above lands are owned by the heirs of
M.i .i'-hi Kanady, dere&*ed, in joint proportions, vi/..:
7. h:nnly, «-9; M. J. Kin«dy, 1-9; • M. F. Kanady,
1-9, and ii. R. Kanady, 19. ?-^*-"t^m^Sgmm
'. - Tract N >. 3— Bcincthat embraced in Survey 271,
and within sectioi 8, V, 16 and 17, in township No.
live (5) north, range No. four (4) east. Mount Diablo
base and meridian; c litainimr one hundred and
fifty-seven acres and seventy nine hundredths of an
acre (157 79100 acres); all of which U owned »nd ,
' LEGAL NOTICES.
occupied by Solomon Ruuyon, who liolds the same
by purchase as swamp and overflowed land, and
patent of the State of California fur the same.!: Said
lands in said Survey 271 are described and bounded
as follows, to wit :. ■ •■'•■': • ■ . . •
| Beginning at a stake on the east bank of the Sac-
ramento river 2.40 chains north of the south line of
section it, and running thence N. 52° 30', E. 40.00
chains ; thane* S. 42' 30', E. 39.31 chains ; thence S.
51" 30', W. 40.00 chains ; t thence N. 41* 4.V, IV. 13.94
chains ; thence N. 43' 15', W. 10.04 chains ; thence
N. 42* 15', W. 13.65 chains ; , thence H. «', W. 2.40
chains to the place of beginning.: M' ;'■«■'
-. Tract So. 4— Being that embraced in Survey 275,
and within section 16, in township No. 5 north,
range No. 4 east, Mount Diablo base and meridian ;
containing one hundred and twenty eight acres and
seventy-three one hundredth* of an acre (12S 73-100
acres) ; all of which is owned and occupied by C. V.
Talmadge, and held by him as swamp aud overflowed
land purchased from the State of California as such,
and from whom he has rece ved and holds their
patent as his evidence of title. ■ the description and
boundaries are as follows of the lands in said Survey
No. 275, to wit: - -•" ' • ..'. • - . "' V*±'
Beginning at the S. W. corner of Survey No. 271,
whi his a stake or. the bar. of t!.e Sacramento
river, and running thence B. 61* 30', E. 40.00 chains ;
thence S. 43° 4"', E. 29.30 chains ; thence S. 44' SOY
W. 40.00 chains ; thence N. 65', W. 12.04 chains ;
thence N. 50', W. 8.00 chains ; thence N. 44* 15', W.
5.42 chains ; thence N. 41" 30', W. 8.85 chains to the
place of beginning. :;.' .*.".■."' ■ ••• .-•'.■.
• I Tract No. 6— Being all the land embraced In Sur-
vey 234, which is portions of sections 15 and 16, in
township No. 5 north,' range No. 4 east, Mount Di-
ablo base and meridian; containing ninety three
acres and ' ninety seven - hundred of 'an acre
(93 97-100 acres) ; all of which iB owned and occupied
by J. R. 01 on, who holds by purchase from the
: State as swamp and flowed lands, and from
whom he holds the patent of said State for his evi-
dence of title. ; The description and boundaries of
said tract are as follows, to wit : ; . ...=;'; ■-^.■.•;
Beginning at the S. W. corner of Swamp Land
Survey No. 275, which is a stake on til* bank of the
Sacramento river, in section 16, T. five (5) north, K.
four (4) E., Mount Diablo base and meridian, and
running thence N. 44* 30', E. 40.00 chairs ; I thence
8. 4(i* 16' E., 25.79 chains thence S. 50' 30 ,W. 40.00
chains to a post on the bank of the Sacramento
river, thence N. 44', W. 8.65 chains ; thence N. 4**,
W. 13.00 chains to the place of beginning. - '■
I All of said tracts, numbered from one (1) to five
(5) inclusive, are within the boundaries described in
Division IV. of this petition, and they constitute the
whole of the lands in said Division IV., and are in
township No. five (5) north, range tour (4) east.
Mount Diablo base and meridian, and wholly within
the county of Sacramento and State of California.
That said body of land has not been thoroughly re-
claimed, and the undersigned propose to form a dis-
trict for the reclamation of the same ; that the whole
of said body of land is, or has been, embraced within
Reclamation District No. 2 ; that said District No. 2
was formed prior to May 23, 1868, and has not been
reclaimed; that the said body of laud abovo de-
scribed Is capable of an Independent reclamation,
and that the undersigned will reclaim the same ;
that the district proposed will pay its legal propor-
tion of the legal indebtedness of District No. 2, when
the same shall be determined by law. -, ■; ■ ->-,;>- .'.;
Wherefore your petitioners pray :
I First— That a day be fixed for the hearing of this
petition, and that the publication thereof he made
of the same as required by statute. *
Second— upon the hearing thereof your hon-
orable Board will grant the same, and allow and
order the formation of said Reclamation District.
Third- And will your honorable Board grant your
petitioners such other and further relief as they will
show themselves to bo entitled to ? .:' ; '-. .4
'■, E. BROWN ..'... :V..132 89-100 acres
Z.KANADY (for herself) )
M. F. KANADi,- han- i
S. R. KANADY, ( ady, )
SOL. KUNYOK. .:".'. . . .157 100 acres
' C. V. TALMADGE ........128 73 100 acres
J. R.OLSEN 93 07-100 acres
Total 083 13-100 acres
Sacramento City, July 0, 1880.
State of California, V
CoINTT ok Sacramento. )
I Solomon Runyon, one of the above-named peti-
tioners, being duly sworn, on oath, says that he has
heard th» foregoing petition read, an knows its
contents ; that the same is true of his own knowl-
edge, except matters therein stated on information
anil belief, and as to such affiant says that be believes
it to be true. SOL. RUNYON.
S' hscrilied and sworn to before me on this 6th
day of July, 18S0. - _■_..: ..'.• . : : .
|s«ai] ' "i W. B. McCLELLAN, Notary Public.
In the matter of the petition of E. Brown, Z. Kan-
ady and others, for Uie formation of a Reclamation
District: .-„ ' -•■:'.
Tbe petition of E. Brown and others for the forma-
tion of a Reclamation District was presented to the
Board by Sol. Runyon, one of the petitioners. After
reading, tho petition was ordered on file, and the
following order entered and adopted : E. Brown, Z.
Kanady, 8. Rnnyon. C.V. Talmadga and J. R. Olson
having presented to the Board of supervisors of Sac-
ramento county, at a regular meeting of said Board,
their petition, sworn to by one of said petitioner*,
praying fur the formation of a, district for the re-
clamation of the body of swamp and overflowed
land described in said petition, and that a day be
fixed for the hearing of the same; it is therefore or-
dered that the said petition be filed by the Clerk of
this Board, and that the same be published for four
weeks next preceding the hearing thereof, in the
Sacuamexto Daiw: Rkcord a newspaper
published in Sacramento county, where the land
proposed to be reclaimed is situated, and that the
said petition be heard at a regular meeting of tins
Board, to be held en the 6th .lay of AUGUST, 1880,
at '.0 o'clock X. M. Ordered further, that a copy of
this order lie published with said petition, and the
affidavit of publication tie filed with the Clerk of this
i: ■■.:-'\. at i r before the hearing of the said petition,
showing the publication there f, as required by this
order. J. W. WILSON,
PresUcnt of Board of Supervisors of Sacramonto
July 7, 1880.
Rica : July 7, 1880. THOS. 11. r.ERKEY,
Clerk <f Board of Supervisors.
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CJTATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAC-
V^ ramento— m. In the Superior Court, in and
for raid county. The People of the fctate of Cali-
fornia to Daniel F. ckowlf.y, greeting: You
are hereby notified that an action was commenced
in the Superior Court of the county of Sacramento,
State aforesaid, by the filing a complaint in the
Clerk's office of said Court, on the 20th day of
APRIL, 18S0, in whirh action MARY E. OBOWLET
h plaintiff, and you are defendant That the
general nature of the act!' v as appears from said
complaint, is as follows: To obtain a decree of this
Court dissolving the bond* of matrimony now exist-
ing between plaintiff and defendant, and awarding
the care, custody and control of tLe minor children
mentioned in the complaint to plaintiff, on the
ground of extreme cruelty on tt.e part i defendant
towards said plaintiff, and his failure to provide for
h<-r and the said children the common necessaries of
life. And you are hereby directed to appear and
aiuwer the" complaint 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 un ess you so appear and answer within the
lime above specified, the plaintiff will app'y to the
Court for the relief demanded therein. ,
In testimony whereof, I, Thus. 11. IWrkcy, Clerk
of the Court aforesaid, do hereunto set mv hand
a*4 affix the seal of said Court, this 20th day of
APRIL.A.D.IB,O. T. 11. BERKKYiC
By J. H. Parsfll, Deputy Clerk.
,i :;>- Jy2li»4«F -
£ITATK<iF CAI IFOIIN IA, COUNTY OF SACRA-
i^ mento. In the Sii|.crior Court. 'In the matter
of the cute of LOUH VAXI.fcM HROCCK, de-
ceased. In the Superior Court of the county of Sac
ramento. The People of the State of California,
send (rrcetinii: In purtumcocf an order of the Hon.
3. C. Denson, Judge of the Superior Cor.rt of the
county afor (aid, duly made and intered on the 2 th
day of JULY, 1830, notice is hereby given that
MONDAY, tho 9-h day of AUGUST, ISSO, at 10
o'clock a. m. of saM day, at tho Court-room of said
Court, at Court-house, in the county of Sacramento,
has been appointed as the time and place for hearing
the application of IDA SPACIIER, praying that a
document now on file in this Court, purporting to he
the last will and testament of LOUIS V'ANLEM
BROUCK, deceased, be a-lmitted to probate, and
that letters testamentary ha issued thereon t.. said
petitioner, who is named therein as executrix, at
which time and placo a 1 persons interested may
appear and contest the same.
It is further ordered by the Court, that notice
hereof be made by ; publication for ten successive
days in the Sachahkxto Dailt Kkmrd Usios, a
newspaper printed and pnbllshed In said Sacramento
county. .'.".: : ~ '.. , -•■ • W
Wit'W my hand and the seal of saM Court
hereto affixed, this 24th day of JITLY, A. D. 18W.
Isxal.l - THOS. H. BEHKEY. Clerk.
By J. M. Parsell, Deputy Clerk. '
iit.ii: L. Jon»«o.i, Attorney for Petitioner.
JySOtd ' ;
, , . - ... - ■. .. , . '
UNDER AND BY VIRI UE OF »i V ORDER OF
\J sale issued out of the Superior Court of the
State of California, I. eld in and for the county of
Sacramento on the Bth day of July, ISSO, upon a
Judgment recovered in the District Court of the
Sixth Judicial District of said Mate and county, on
toe 30th day of December, 187S>, in favor of Marti-
nette Bugbey and against B. N. Bugbey, for the sum
of 3300 00. with legal interest thereon from the 27th
day of February, 1879, and one 75-100 dollars, accru-
ing ens!*, besides cv«U to accrue, by which I was
commanded to sell the following-described real es-
tate, situate, lying and being iv the town of Falsom,
county and State aforesaid, to wit : Lota 5, 6, 7, 8,
8, 10. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 in Bl..e): No. S3. --■;•
Not'ca is hereby given > that In obedience to such
co'.nmanJ, I will," on MONDAY, th» 2d day of
AUGUST, ISSO, In front of the Court house aW,
in the city of Sjerv.Kr.to, at the hour of 11 o'clock
A. m , rell at public auction, to the highest and Wist
bidder for cash, the foregoing described real estate,
to sat'sfy said debt and costs.
A lIF.II.BRON, Sheriff. .
Ckxxd IlATSio.vr, Plaintiffs Attorney. ."'
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
\t&TICK IS EHY GIVEN BY THE UNDER-
iN signed, Administratrix of the<»UteofS. LAS B.
UKEOOHY, deceased, to the creditors of, and all per-
fous having claims against said deceased, to exhibit
them, with th* necessary vouchers, to the under-
signed, at her place of residence. No. 090 H street,
iv tbe city of -aoram^nto, CaL, within four niontha
after the first ln^rtion of tl U notice, otherwise they
will lie forever barred. •-^ - :
'---:. -.. ■- n.\RRIET a. B GREGORY,:
Administnttrix of the estate of Silas E. Gregory,
deceased. ■- -- ■■' -:,. ■ •>•>.: ■ ■ ~- -
Sacramento. July 1,1 880. jyg-law4wF
NOTICE TO y CREDITORS;
N fmcic is Hereby givf.n B7 TIIK LTfDKE-
J3I si :ned, Aiimlnintrator uf the Mtata i f JOSEPH
UuX, deceased, to the creditors of, and oil persons
having ' claims against saiii deceased, to present
their . cUimi", • with the | n»ceMary I sllidavits | and
vouchers, within four mouths after the first pub-
lication of this notice, 1. the undersigned, at the.
office of citßto-i L. White, northwest corner of Kov-
enlh and J streets, Sacraiurutn city, Califom'a. . ■'::'■-
K-j-.1^;.. «-.-■••.,.. :.-..- • .:■ FRANCIS CoX,,^-~.
Adininislrator of tlie estate < f Joseph Cox, deceased.
"/July 9, 1830. '--:'. d •« -•'"',".-■ "•» ' -■■- ••iv"3
'' Cii.Nio.v L. Wurrs, Attorney for AJailuiatrntur.
' : • Sacraxssto, July 28, 1380.' -.
'- The committee met persuant to adjournment, and
made the following call. ' " That the ' PRIMARY
ELECTION be held AUGUST 7th, from 2 to 7 o'clock
p. m., and that the COUNTY CONVENTION be held
AUGUST 9th, time and place to be announced fcere-
after. The following test was made: '.r ':?":,■ i
' Jietolcal, That all persons who will airree to sup-
port the nominees be entitled to vote. .■- :-:p*,-.s
I First Ward — 15 delegates — Pollinjr place, Corbin's
saloon. > Inspector, J. F. Dreman ; - Judges, W. A.
Anderson, A. Vermilya, ,i-s££SS :^*iSi s £<i^s»s|
. Second Ward— ls delegates— Leslie's saloon. i In-
spector, John Stevens ; Judges, Addison Sage, Jos.
Ooddard. sstf***^''- - " '-- --, -.- : .
Third Ward— 2o delegates— William , Tell House.
Inspector, Dugald Gillis ; Judges, James Mockery,
J. D. Lord. -»- .-■• " ;■'■--.--- -- " *■* —r- „
| Fourth Ward— 2o I delegates— Howard's, Eighth
and M. Inspector, H. A. Burnett ; ; Judges, J. F.
Richardson, Frank Avery. ■ ■.'■.'."-.'■ --X-; -'---
- Fifth Precinct— 6 delegates — saloon. In-
spector, Alfred Briggs ; Judges, Charles Brown, Ed.
Beckley. ■. ----. .C .-.-,-,.!-.- -vv, :< '■-,t'^ ■■■■
■ Sixth Precinct, Suttervillc — delegates— polls at
Oak Hall. Inspector, C. Hunger;: Judges, T. B.
Flint, W.Farley. 7 " "* ' -':'.--
Seventh Precinct, Pockman— 3 .' delegates — In-
spector, W. H. Robinson; Judges, C. Towle,—.
McCormack.- ;* ■ - \ - : -•' V . J
Eighth Precinct, Perkins— 3 delegates lnspector,
— Fostei - Judges, O. C. McMulleu, P. Beckendorff.
| Ninth Precinct, Patterson's— 2 delegates — In-
spector, !J. Routier ; > Judges, — Mahew ; 'H.
Cronkite. • ■ .^S^^s^r"* ».fef>«4a -. . ,; ;
nth Precinct, Scott's Ftation— S delegates— ln-
jpector, J. H. Scott; Judge, Chas. Everett. -
Eleventh Precinct, Antelope— 2 delegates — polls at
Jones' saloon. - Inspector, John Parsons ; Judges, J.
F. Cross. J. H.Coy!e.- ■- ■■•■■■ . • ■• - .-.
Twelfth Precinct, Howeli's— 2 delegates— lnspec-
tor, W. R. Grimshaw, Br.; Judges, S. A. Howell,
William Dixon. . - ■;...- ■- " ;■■':'-■■ • ■ - , .
- Thirteenth Precinct, Michigan Bar— 2 delegates-
Inspector, Charles A. Human ; Judges, A. L. Lamb,
James I. Sherwood. ■ ■. ■• ..;■..:■-■...-........: -.:■,:•. 5K,-.-- ...
Fourteenth Precinct, Live Oak— 2 delegates— ln-
spector, Fred. Struckner ; Judges, George Atkinson,
— . Robinson. ' * • -'- v ..". -■-■' -'
Fifteenth Precinct, Ashland— delegates- Polls
at Lawton's store. Inspector, John Lawton ; Judges,
George Little, William Cook.
Sixteenth Precinct, Folsom— 4 delegates— Polls at
Firemen's Hall. Inspector, W. C. Crossett ; Judges,
J. Heyman, S. Lyons. 3 •.: . " ' ■ ; •
- Seventeenth Precinct, Mormon Island— dele-
gates- Polls at Stevenson's store. . Inspector, John
Nuttall ; Judgos, W. W. Frcese, Thomas Stevenson.
Eighteenth Precinct, Hall- Way House— l delegate
-Inspector, J. E. Butler; Judges, William Sayles,
A. W. Tapper. Salsbury's Station- 1 delegate— ln-
spector, S. S. McEwen ; Judges, C. A. Nuttall, J
Nuttall. -- '- .. ■ - ; ;--•■•• ■■ -i. ■--:■ ':v
' Nineteenth Precinct, Florin— 3 delegates- Inspec
tor.ID. Reese ; Judges, E. Hart, L. H. Fassett. .• , ;
| Twentieth Precinct, Elk Grove— s delegates— ln-
spector, A. Woodward ; Judge?, E. Everson, E. Ry-
ington. • . - - . . ;
Twenty-second Precinct, , Union House— 3 dele-
gates—lnspector, J. Reith ; Judges, S. C. Trvon, H.
M. Fay. '. ■- -- .. - '■- ' -■ -, ■ - .■ - .-■-
Twenty-third Precinct, Frecport— 3 delegates—
Inspector, J. W. Lee; Judges, George Fountain, P.
• Twenty-fourth Precinct, Georgetown— 3 delegates
—Inspector, P. R. Beckley ; Judges, N. J. Bran-
il.ijf. Jake Horn
twenty-fifth Precinct, Richland— 2 delegates—
Inspector, William Johnston ;' Judges, J. Bryan,
Twenty sixth Precjnct, Courtland— 3 delegates—
Inspector, Dwight Hollister ; Judges, Joe Runyon,
J. R-Oslen. , i ■ • ; ' . " '■■■
: Twenty-seventh Precinct, Walnut Grove— 3 dele-
gates— lnspector, J. W. Sharp ; Judges, Joseph
Wise 1 ! B< Weitfall 1 .- .
Twenty-eighth Precinct, Isleton— 3 delegates—
spec-tor, -. Josiah Pool ; Judges, A. J. Bump, J.
Sch'aeffer. ■ -/-.•
Twenty-ninth Precinct, Hicksvillo— 3 delegates-
Inspector, J. O. Kane Judges, P. Williamson, A.
Randolph. -~ - ■ ■ -*- ■:-*>:■ — -*--r-.- - ■ ■ - - :
Thirtieth Precinct, Gait— 4 delegates— Inspector,
A. Whittak'-r Judges, O. H. Gray, J. McFarUnd-B
Thirty-Brat Precinct, Alabama tchoo house — 2
delegates— lnspector, 'J. «I. Fowler ; Judges, Sey-
mour Carr, J. O. Rae.
Thirty-third Precinct, Emmaton— delegates—
Inspector, O. A. Lindsav ; Judges, L. Braun, J. M.
Upham. . JEROME C. DAVIS, Chairman.
A. J.RnoADd, Secretary. . ■ . Jy27-td.-
HEADQUARTERS REPUBLICAN COUNTY
Cen'ral Committee.— Any assistance or infor-
mation concerning Naturalization or Registration
can be obtained if F. D. RYAN, at County Court-
house. : Every voter must be registered. By order
of the Committee. JEROME C. DAVIS, Chairman. .
_A. J. Rhode*. Secretary. ■■-■.-. ]y2B-tl
AJ VERMILYA (PRESENT INCUMBENT),
J\» candidate for the office of Coroner, subject
to the decision of the Republican County Conven-
tion. .. - - ■■'; : -• Jy2B-tf ;
&EAL ESTATE & INSUEMdE
INSURANCE COMPANY, , SAN FRANCISCO.
Fire and Marine.
CAPITAL, fully paid....................»750,0C0
Losses promptly adjusted and paid in gold coin.
CADWALADER it PARSONS,
General Agents Sacramento Div'n, No. 61 J street
..-■ Jyl3-4ptf :- - .:■ --
COT. CADWALADF.R. ' CHAS. R. PARSONS.
CADWALADER & PARSONS 1 1
(Successors to Edw. Cadwalader),
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
.NO. Cl J HTKEET.
£9* Real Fstate Bought and Sold on Commission
AGENTS FOR Till
UNION OF SAN FRANCISCO.
NORWICH, UNION AND LANCASHIRE FIR
INSURANCE COMPANIES; and the
MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. OF NEW YORK.
IyB-4pU . ■ -
W. P. COLEMAN,
T)EAL TATE SALESROOM, 89 1 STREET
Real Estate Cousin & Bold on Commission.
Agent for the
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE,
FIREMAN'S FUND OF SAN FRANCISCO
' FIRE COMPANIES.— Alw? the ' •" : ,
sT. Y. LIFB INSURANCE COMPANY. _ ju3o-4plm
MARCUS C. HAWLEY & CO.,
Hardware and Agricultural Implements,
And Not 43, 45 and 47 J street. .... .. .Sacramento
CABBIAGES, HAfINESS, ETC.
PIKE & YOUNG,
/CARRIAGE MANUFACTUR- — wjl
\j eni, corner ■■'. Fourth and . r jjjg!32Ki.
L streets, Sacramento, nave on ' s*j l>» r *p:;^ .
jand the largest assortment of iffl?s2Gi*i_S;
Carriages, Wagons and Buggies to be found In Sacra
ir^ito • Mi->i v...v will Mil M titv low rit/w |u!3 *p
8 PIONEER SHOP.
r^g ] * . !*». 619 U. street.
fta 3 t tiß&Mi Next to Golden Eagle Hotel,
I jyj I ■»' Harness Maker & Saddler
i » ;>$ I&vR i Manufacturer of tlto Cop-
\ -M fSiSBC&U por-Rivetcd Collar. A larre
> 3Bf stock of Fine Harriets and
\Jjmjfß J^T Side Saddles offered for cash,
at - one-half V from : former
; J^ FT^ANK CLARK, I
' So. 101 Fourth it., b»t. J and ■. -^
Always a complete stock in stow, >: Country
orders receive iT:mpt attrntion.**^'yl-4Jlni
The Pioneer Box Factory
Still Ahead or all Competitor
o O'O S3C 3a Sb : S OW
Frt>nt *b<l M streets "..... i.'.Sacnuuenio
....,,■-■- Jy2-4i>t> ->:..,■: v -■--: '.--.;
FINE CHANCE FOR BUSINESS*
■- - 1 ■ ;-- " '. ' •■". .' "■ ■"■■■■ '"""'." ■■'.■-.*---- ,"-'■■' - X
T' HE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR^ggiujg-
I sale the entire Furnituro and Uuder-'^aii ■■"■•,
taking business lof her late husband, H. O»tt«r-
man dei't-ased. at VHcerville. California," consisting
of Furniture, Coffins, Stock, full set Tools, including
a fine Hearse, on very reasonable terms. The honse
has an old established trade, and is a splendid chance
to secure a paying business in the flourishing town
of Plaeerville. ■■■■ F«r particulars,'' please ; write •to
MARY A. GATTERMXN, Placerville, Cal. ■-- •
'-'■ jg -av; - -'y.-.--'> Jy9-2awlmFTu" .-'I, .;.,.;.\ - ■
FIRST ARTILLERY REQT. BAND.
MUSIC i FURNISH FOR PARTIES, mm
trrena«lc», Pirailes, Picnioa, etc Leave ft*
, raeni -.1 headqu»rt«rs, N". 720 X street ; F./J7» .
A. FISCH. No. : 1205 O : street. Loader, £. •*••
W. DAVIS, No. 1524 I street. :. jy -■«?
___^ " THE BED HOUSE JTRADE UMON^ /
■ tra.de UK I O aST!
Real Bargains ! Eeal Bargains I Eeal Bargains !
We .AJways Have Them,
Not on paper, but on our Counters, where ; all ; may see
them, I and I never i more aso than at the present ; ; time. We
now offer them to the public with the assurance that they
are positively the C
GREATEST BARGAINS OF THE SEASON
The following will -. convince 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 Infanta* Pique Bibs (embroidered) 6c
Cnildren's Fancy Border Handkerchiefs 6c Pins and Need1e*.;..^......'... ......per paper 6c
Children's Fancy Handkerchiefs „.... two for oc Buttons (White Agate)...... 12 dozen for 6c
Ladies' Embroidered Collars ...„ 5c Hair-pin 5...... ................ two packages for 6c
Ladies' Plain Linen Collars.... 6c Note Paper 24 ehcctn for 6c
Ruchings ....per yard 6c Envelopes (good quality)...../..........:. 25 for 6c
Collaretts (d0ub1e)........... ..........each 6c Japanese Fan 5.................. Sc
Medium and Wide Laces.... ........... per yard 5c Boys' Sailor Collars 6c
Pillow Case Lace (wide).. ......... .....per yard 5c Back Combs .!... 5c
Dressing C0mb5.^....... 6c Towels.'. 5c
Pocket Combs 6c Thimb1e5......... 6c
Fine C0mb5.................... 5c Shaving Brushes. .'........... 6c
Toilet 50ap5...... 5c | Nursery Pin«...... per dozen 5°
10 cent Counter :
Misses' Kid G10ve5........... ..per pair 10c Dressing C0mba...... 10c
Ladies' Lace Handkerchiefs 10c Round C0mb5................ 10c
Ladies' Lace C011ar5........'... 10c Pocket C0mb5......:............ 10c
White and Fancy Handkerchiefs...... 1.. 10c Ladies' Cuff 5......'........ .......per pair 10c
Ladies' White Hose... ....;..... per pair 10c Ladies' Bows and Ties 10c
Ladles' Fancy H0ee..... .per pair 10c Jewe1ry..'.............. .......per set 10c
Children's Fancy Hoso ....I. ........per pair 10c Pocket Knives... 10c
Linen and Cotton T0we15................. 10c Misses' Bracelets .........per pair 10c
Ladies' Linen C011ar5.:.......::............... 10c Ostrich Tips (all colors)... 10c
Barboui's Linen Thread, 200 yard5...... 10c Laces (medium and wide) ...... ,...prr yard 10c
Perfumery..'....... 10c Laces (Pillow Case), wide... ''. per yard 10c
Tooth 8ra5he5.............. 10c Japanese Fans 10c
tsr COM IN! atian OF i THE GREAT KEMKAXT sale i-kkwi asts of DRESS
(;t>OUK, TABU l,nt>S, WHITE t.OOI)S. t>HEETIK««. WIwI.INS. CAUCOEH,
m.\»L», KUIRTI*<>», CntiHAJU, > XTt'., : AT. PRICES THAT CANMOT BUT
PLEASE YOU. . , ...,..■.; -. ;. . ;. . ... , v^v; . .- ■,
V «3" Samples and Price List sent FREE. Address all letter*: •
EED i HOUSE, Is. 706, 714, 716 J street,
BUCKEYE MOWER AND REAPER,
Champion Slower and Reaper,
Tiger Self-operating Sulky Hay Rakes,
Ilollingsworth Sulky Hay Rakes.
A LL KINDS O F
AGEIOULTUEiI MACHINES AND UPLEIENTS,
"Wagons, Hardware, Etc.
BAKER & HAMILTON,
HACRIMEVTO....... ..apl4ptf.. .....BAST FRAXriSC©
GrBOOEBIES, LIQUORS, ETC.
FOR SALE, /gPr^
FIFTY WINE PIPES, AT 'EBNERI&HHI
P BROS., No. 1009 Fourth street, between J
ar.d K. • ■-■-■- jy-24-lw ■'
CHAS. W. RAPP & CO.,
|^1 R6CERB, ISO J ST. BET. FIFTH & SIXTH,
A flew stock of American, French and English
Groceries. Also, a large assonnent of the finest
Japan Teas 1y22-4plm •
WILCOX, POWERS & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Liquor Dealers, |
so. 505 it STREET,
5ACRAMENT0..........:.V........ ■..:..... .CAL.
]y!94ptf '■<■ .'.;■-.- ■■.--,:■:
«XT"UOLESALB AND RETAIL. GROCER
Northwest corner Second and J streets,
gJT Orders from the country promptly filled.
: ; ..^ . .. jyl7-4pti . . ■■-.:, ■;,
SEALED BIDS FOR FOLLOWING PRIVILEGES
J^ on Camping Ground of State Meeting of
Christian Church, at East Park, Sacramento, for
tea d>ys, or daring session of said meeting, will
be received till 12 o'clock m. :on the 20th day of
AUGUST, 1380: One Restaurant, one Ice Cream,
Lemonade and Soda Stand ; one Fruit and Variety
Store, one Barber Shop and Boot Black Stand, one
Photograph Gallery, one Hay Yard. The privilege
for *alo of Cigars is reserved, and therefore not In-
cluded in above list. No spirituous or malt liquors,
wine or cider allowed on the grounds. The n feting
will commence on the l»th day of SEPTEMBER,
1880. Address all communications to the Secretary,
No. 1223 Sixteenth street, Sacramento. • By order of
the Committee. MRS. WILSON A. HENRY, r,
Jyl74plm. ■-•■•■■.:■■.:. Secretary.--
-300 CHOICE RAMS /£%&s■
FOR SALE, jfasl&afc
THOROUGHBREDS AND GRADES.
Apply to -.. ■■ -.;...,; .• .. .:..;;•: i>'
1.. I. SniPPEE, STOCKTOY. i
*i -■....■-■■■■- fega-.-'/;'- ..■■■•■*- -"^:;
-;. ; BAMIS(KffOUSES. ■
NATIONAL GOLD 1 BANK i ,:
f\f} D. 0. MILLS * CO., SACRAMENTO.
i V EDGAR MILLS :..r.....*i..... President. .
W. E. CHAMBERLAIN.... Vice President. .
. FRANK M1LLER...... :...... ....Ca5hier
S IMTED STATES I DEPOSITARY. *
;. .; IXCnAKOK OH " V" '. '-. '.
New York, London. Dublin. Berlin, Purls,
V And all the principal cities of Europe.* ;. : ■, ; 1
Exchange on San Francisco at 80 cents per 91,000.
■■■',.*■■-.■- - jyll-U ...■."■-.-.■■■■':■
PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK.
- OF SACRAMENTO. ' ; •
capital \:.. ■..V..1..:..:..r... .... ; . *500.O»0.
:?-v^ r DIRECTORS : a
■ > -i. Wm. JoHasTOR, . E. J. Crolt, —
' i ' Wm. R. Kkioh™, ' - r . Jobs L. HotrrOOS, .;£
I '■■« 11 a'ATKissoK, : : '* .-.■.'■' '..' Sahcsl Gottlikb. ts
WM. BECKMAN ..„.;...::'.-.:..::. .V. ..Prejident.
WM F. HUNTOON. .; .Secretary and Oaiilni".
-.i MONEY TO LOAN. - v . jyl-Uo4p „
fIOTELS AND RESTAURANTS,
DEUTSCHES GASTHAU3, NOS. 18, 20 AND 2.
I street, between Front and Second, Sacra-
mento. Heals, 'i > cents; Beds, 25 rent-,. .'
]y22-tf JACOB BCHMID. Proprietor.
; ~TONEY'S ;: ; .
4*^, r^i OYSTER & CHOP HOUSE, ifrTttf
VJ> \j .V Nos. 74 and 76 J Struct, £*&}££
Between Third and Fourth. ' <*T*^
I Newly refitted. Private Rooms tor Families. , :
Eastern and California OYSTERS In every style
■ ■■■- ..'.. JyB-4plm ■ •■-.:-■ . :■■<
T STREET, BETWEEN FRONT AND SECOND.
J STREET, BETWEEN FRONT AND SECOND.
The houae is newly furnished throughout. Liuye,
airy rooms. Good board and clear water. Prices
mor'erate. ■ ; ' L. KUMLE, Proprietor, ».
JyS-lm4p ■' " - ■ Late of Elmer's Hotel.
GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL, V
CORNER OF X AND SEVENTH "< STREETS,
Sacramento. Cal. This hotel is favorably
known as a first class hotel for years. The house
has been repainted and recarpeted — everything lean
and modern. PRICES REDUCED, 82 and $2 50
per day. . Every accommodation . for Families.
Baggage and Bus Free. ' •■ i
Jj3-4ptf F. A. HORNBLOWER, Proprietor.
FRONT STREET, No. 81, BETWEEN X AND L,
■ Sacramento.— Meals, 25 cents ; Beds, 25 cents.
Board and Lodging at low rates per week and
month. J. R JOHNSTON, Proprietor. ■ ]yl-4plm
;^ ARCADE HOTEL ,
SECOND STREET, BETWEEN J AND X, SAO ,
i ramento. &3ip33£3iEs
ju24-tf ,■•;:, THOS GTJINEAN, Proprietor, g
FURNITURE, ■ BEDDINft. ' ETC.
VAN HEUSEN & HUNTOON'S
•.;.,--;, no. 1 - 713 STREET* ■;•.-.. ?••.;«,-■;
Prices alway the Lowest nnd the Best Assortment.
■ :■■.■■■■- ■'-■■-■ ■ Jy2l-tf -r-:; ■■-; .-,:.:- - ■■-
,; john A. Wilson, ,
IMPORTER, - MANUFACTURER^^A^ —
and Dealer in
• X No. 11l J street, bet. Fourth and Fifth. *v
UT A New and Complete Stock at Reduced Pric
Country orders promptly attended to. i . jyl-4plm
W. D. COMSTOCK,
CORNER FIFTH • i\» k streets, a J
FURNITURE & BEDDING,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
1 Iv2B-4plm ■ : '
A. VAX VOORHUS.'-. ..^ -- . : ; - i ■A. R.STOXE.
Mmufacturers. Importers and Wholesale Dealers It
SADDLES, HARNESS, SADDLERY
' ' X; ' ' ■? HARDWARE, LEATHER. .' "■ S
SHOE FINDINGS, CARRIAGE « TRIMMINGS,
Carriage Robes, Horse Clothing, Collars, Whips,
Saddlers' and Shoemakers' Tools, etc. ', . " -■.
■: . '•V::."--"',-:' I NO. .v;» J STREET, - ■,',.': ..
BETWEEN . FIFTH AND SIXTH, SACRAMENTO.
: • ■''::'-■ ■-■■■:■;•-■- .-.v-- ; jy4-4plm •■'^-■:
-.-,- TBEODORB «;i,AN«i:t. ' '■ - ' ' ..
fJTBK GENERAL AGENCY OF THE ] RECORD •
' I ; UNION for San Francisco, both for circulation
rod advertisements,* is In the offloa o Theodor
Slwicey, No. SCB - Montgomery - ftre«t -' Honrnt 8
aid 10. 18-lpU
Central Pacific Railroad;
':' Commrnclßg Tuesday, June fi, 1880,
asd CSIILFUBIBER KOTICI™'
TRAIN AND BOATS WILL LEAVE SACRA»tK 0
}'X.i : =i ~\C ';'.:■ -"-/as fouiows : ; .; : : , .'-: ■■} : '; : ;'';"*;
'M ,KA '■' A.M.— (Sun lays Acoom'niva-
*iu« dation Train So Marysville, Red Bluff anc
.. * .'■' " f Rcddiilg. v - -"■ .'-• .'•--■ -.•-- ': .--''».
7, A A V A. M.— (Daily)— m»jrrr nt,
' t»V . Freleht and AcnommoJation Train. ..„
» ..> t\ A. M.— (Daily)— Pacific Express, via Davb
4 tntV ad Benicia, for San Francisco. - Con&ectj
(Sundays excepted) at Davis with Ace m-
n- dation Train to Woodlau' , Williams anc
Willows. ' .-< Connects daily at Suisun foi
' ■• Vallejo, and via Napa Junction for Calis
• : toga (stages for the Geysers) ; v
lAiAA A. •*•■ — i or as " '" thereafter as 1 - 1 -'-
XVtW ticable, Sundays exempted)— foi
San Francisco, touching at all way porti-
■ ■■---: on the Sacramento river. '.-•••': -.- --^ ■'
I I J - A. (Daily)— Local - Pas* Train
ll,»> - >[,ir Stockton, Tracy, ■ Ltvermore, Niles,
■■y-.:^ Oakland and San Franc sco. . Connect*
'■-;:■;:■* at Gait for lone, and it Niles fur San
i".* y '-''- ' Jose. " -- ' > ■ •' '■ ■■ . --" -- ■
f.v<A y. Sl.— (Sundays excep'ed)- Local Pas-
I&IU genger ! Train for Davis, Benicia and San
■* : ••■ Francisco. Connects at Suisun for Vailejo
■ ' ■" ■' and (via Kapa Junction) for Calistoga. .
|,),iMP. .—(Sunday* I excepted)— Passenger
irltOVTrain for Davis and Woodland. Con-
'- nects at Woodland ■ for. Williams : ana
. Willows. s«s*«s#«*..s*, .^ ■ _
»>. 1 A -p. a.— (Dilly) -At'a- tic Express for Col-
-..1V fax, Reno (Carson and Virginia), Battle
Mountain (Austin), Palisade (Eureka),
.- . Ogden, Omana and East. -..---.■'■: ,' i
O.OA r. SI.-(Daily)-OTagon Express for
- -.W Harysrille, Chico, Ked Bluff and Ketldinf
'•■■ -."■ (stages for Po.tland, Oreg: n). ■ '
>).*>A P« M.— Bund» s excepted)— Local Ac-
nit)U I j commodation Train to Lathrop. | Connects
t- . ' with tbe i Ariiona Exprer> for Merced,
Uadera (Yosemite and Big Trees'!, Mojave,
Kewhall (San Euenaveuiura and Santa
Barbara), Los Angeles, Santa Monica,
W lmington, SanU ' Ana (San -Diego),
- Colton (San Ec nardino). Yuan (Colorado
river steamers I Maricopa (stagvs.fot
Phomlx and PrescottX Casa Grande (stages
for Florence), Tucson and Benson, 1,024
miles from San Francisco (stagtsfor Tomb-
st ns and New Mexico.) Sleep! g cars be-
tweeu Lathrop, Los Angeles, Yunia and
Tucson., : ■ ■ • -■ - " ■ — i
Q,rA H.— (Daily)- Local Pa«enger Trail
OtOV . tot Davis, Benicia and San Francisco. . -"•■
»,QA P. H.— (Daily)— Westward Km'grant
l)tOW Train, via Davis and Benicia, for San Fian-
» ' ■■ Cisco. *•'-«.■-,---.-!' -:': ■■ ':. '" ■'.'
r,| X P. M.— (Sundays excepted) — Passem; r
•aW Train to Davis, Woodland and Kuiirh. •
Landing. - -- ■ * « ' v
Q«RA ■"• Sl.— (Sundays excepted)— VlrglnU
OmO V city Express for Auburn, Oolfax, Truckee
' , -aid Reno. Connects with Virginia 'and
Truckoe Railroi d for Orson >nd Virginia.
Sleeping Car from Sacramento to Carson.
A. N. TOWKE . .......... General Superintendc t
T. H. GOODMAN Gen'l Pass'r and Ticket Age. t
, --. . ■•■ . ■- . .... Ja&-«i.tf ■■■-.■■-.'-•-■-- :.■
CHANGE OF TIME. f .
Sacramento & Flacerrille Railroad. 1
Oa and after Wednesday, Dee. 31, IB7t,
■ " OHTrL riRTHKH KOTICB, J
Trains will run as follows, daily, except Sunday* : '
Leuve Sacramento for Folsom, Latrobe -,'
I(S and Shingle Springs 7:00 A. it
Leave Sacramento for Folsom ........... 4:00 P. M
Leave Shingle Springs for Latrobe, Fol- -
e,-i ■ Bomand Sacramento ............ 10:35 A. M
Leave Latrobe for Folsom and Sacra-
mento....... :.......... .... 11:19 A M
Leave Folsom for Sacramento - 7:00 A. M
Leave Folsom for Sacramento.......:... 12:20 P.M.
dT-tf ■-:■■--■ J. B. WRIGHT, Sup't, .
FOB PORTLAND AND ASTORIA.
-._-. THE ORECON RAILWAY AND
V IGATIu.N COMPANY AM»
•<g£f^s]22" Pacific Coast Steamship Company
-^JsWßjßHttwili dispatch even five days, for
the above ports, one • f their New A 1 Iron Steam-
ships, via.: .
OREGON. GEORGE W. ELDER
STATE . ©F~ CALIFORNIA.
SAILING DAYS :
Jn1y.......... .-:......... .-5, 10. 15, iB.'SO
AnstlSt .............4, t. 14, 19. ti,*l9
\. --; AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., --
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. R. and N. Co
N< . 210 Batter, street, San Francisco, Cal.
GOO!) ALL, PERKINS A CO.,
Agent* P. C. 8. S. Co., No. 10 Market street. Sac
Frandso. «■» : ' -■- : '■■■ ■ '■■?■•' ■■ ■' mv3-tf j
WORK ON THE TUBA RIVER.
Omci or this Board op Dirkctors or ) '
Drain aci R Distbict No. 1, i >%
Sacramesto, Cal., July 14, I860. )
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
of Drainage District No. 1, passed at the ses-
sion held on the 14th day of JULY, ISSO, 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 M. on ALOUST 18, 18S0,
for the Construction, Repairing, Strengthening and
Protection of Levees necessary to prevent the spread
of debris from the channel .f Yuba Rivtr, in ac
cordance with plans and specifications on file in the
office of the Directors as above.
Each bidder must accompany his Mil with a certi-
fied check npon some well-known and responsible
banking-house for at least fiv« (5) per cent, of the
amount of bis bid, payable to the order ol jW. H.
PARKS, President of the Board; the condition
being, that if any party to whom a contract shall he
awarded shall fail 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.
The party to whom an award shall be 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
the contract, conditioned for the faithful performance
thereof. Seventy-five (75) per cent, of the Engi-
neer's estimate of work done will be paid monthly
in warrants drawn on the Slate Drainage Construc-
. The work must be completed within sixty days
from the time of signing the contract, and no Chi-
nese or Mongolians sir 11 be employed in any capa-
city whatever on any work to be done. ' And no
material used in the construction of the work shall
be purchased from any co»tractor or manufacture!
who, either directly or indirectly, employs any Chi-
nese or Mongolian labor. ;- ■ , -
Bids must be directed to " The Board of Directors
of Drainage District No. 1, R.>i.ni 65, State Capitol
Building, Sacramento. Cal ," snd indorsed on envel-
ope " Proposals for Work on Ynba River." ■ ■ :~-
The Board reserves the right to reject any or all
bids. : CHARLES M. COGLAN, Secretary. .
. ' : - ■:- Jyls-30t . - ■- - -..■■
■'■'■ — TOR —
OS TUB—" .
YUBA AND BEAR RIVERS.
- Omen of tins Board op Directors or} _
Drm.naob District No. 1, . ' >
. '■■•- Sacramento, Cal., July 6, 1880. ; -
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
of Drainage District No. 1. passed at the ses-
sion held on the 6th day of July. ISBO, sealed pro-
posals will lie received at the Ollice of said Board, at
Room No. 65 in the State Capitol Building, Sacra-
mento, Cal , until 12 o'clock m. on AUGUST 9, ISSO,
for constructing two dams across the Tuba river—
ona at De Guerre Point, about ten miles above
Marysville, ■■ and one about two miles below said
point ; also one dam across Bear iiver(the exact
location will be designated on the ground by stakes
with flags), in accordance with plans and specifica-
tions on file in tbe office of 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 hid, payable to the order of W.H.
Parks, President of the Board ; tbe condition berne,
that if any party to whom a contract elwll be award-
ed shall fail 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. ■ .
The party to whom an award shall be made will
be required to give a bond, with | two or more sure-
ties to the satisfaction of the Board, and »:i an
amount equal to fifty (50) percent, of the amour t of
the contract, conditioned for the faithful perform-
ance thereof. 1 Seventy-five (76) ier cent, of the En-
gineer's estimate of work done will be paid mon .lily
in warrants drawn on the State Drainage Co&otxuc-
tion Fund. - : . • • • ;- • ■ >.' ■■■
The work must be completed within sixty ("ays
from the time of signing the contnet, and no <. hi-
nese or Mongolians shall be employed In any capa-
city whatever on any work to be done. And n*
material used in the construction of the work shall
be purchased from any contractor, or manufacturer
who, either directly or indirectly, employs any Chi
nese or Mongolian , labor. Separate bids must be
made for the construction of each dam. specifying
tbe prices per cubic yard for each class of work.
Bids must be directed to " The Board of Directors
of Drainage District No. 1, Room £5, 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, Secretaiy. .
... . w -.. .:. jy7-3Ct :. -:*:: -;■-■ ; .-v- ■-■-■■.
BLACK \ DIAMOND ; COAL
" AND SCREENINGS. |
mHE ABOVE WELL - KNOWN 2 SUPHRIOB
I MONTE DIABLO COAL, the most economical
that can be used for* *am,U for sale in lots to suit
at Black Diamond Landing, Contra Costa county,
and at the office of the Company, southeast eon ar
of Folsom and
1 Cjy\B.tf President B. D. 0 M. Co
;..-"..■: ;-. ;■-; . ■ ■ '■
r: ; i: MARKETS.
FULTON lg^ MARKET, "
CORKER OF FIFTH *M»j X " STREETS.
WHOLESALE * AND ; RETAIL-COUNTRY
orders a specialty..- We carry a largo stock
Of Vegetable*, Fruit, Fish, Poultry, etc.
r jyl-4pif _-. - - LONGTON « ANTHONY.
D. DEBERNARDI & CO n
WHOLESALE : COMMISSION^ lt sTH| i
Dealers in " >g^3S?
Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Vegetables,
Fruit, Fish and Crurml Produce.
■ ' ' ' '•* '/ . ■ . ■
tW All orders will be carefully packed. ■ Having '
had long experience in shipping, we have confidence
that we will be able to give satisfaction. Send tor
Price List. .-..:. -, y
D. DEBERNARDI & CO.,
f arrnmrnto ............................ Cal.
■ - ■ - Ju2S-tf \ ■■■---■-
CHRIS. WEISEL & CO.
Son. tig ami iV» L ttreet, Near Elgktk. ,
T>UTCHERS AND PORK PACKERS. i«TS*V '
JL> Choice Hani", Baron, Uni, Measnft^*
Pork, Clear Pork, Pigs' Feet, Spare Kibs, ft.A«
at lowest market I price. - Highest price paid for
grain-fed Hogs. , . . julB-4ptf ;
- "educational. =
ST. % JOSEPH'S ACADEMY,
OF SACRAMENTO CITY. — A PAY AND ■
VJ Boarding School for young ladim, on O f trevt.
between Eighth and Ninth, conducted by the Sinter*
of Mercy. This institution was established in 1-;.,;
To meet the increasing demands fur admission on
the part of day scholars and boarders, a large build-
ing was erected in 1876 at a cost cf ftO.GOO. In ISTS
the institution was incorporated, with power to
grant diplomas. All the lT.m hen of seienoe taught
in the colleges and seminaries of this State are ,
taught in this, with marked tucoess, as ra well es-
tablished at the recent examination for teachers,
held by. the School Board of Examiners of this
county, which granted first grade teaahera' certifi-
cates to the four young ladies who presented them-
selves for examination from this Academy. . Board
and tuition per month, $20. Studies will be resumed
■ > ;mtb «r August.
Pupils will be received at any time during tl.. '
year. For further particulars apply to SLSTKK
MARY VINCENT, Superior. . . Jj£7-U
;; 4 street, bet. Tenth and Rleventb,
Sac-ram knto, Cau ■
MRS. HERMON' PERRY, HAVING ABSO-
ITJ. ciatcd with PBOFESSOR T. N. WELLS AND
W'lrE, experienced and ■ success ul . teachers from j
the East, lakes pleasure in announcing that th«
Seminary will reopen, with a full corps of teacbeis,
AUGUSt 2, ISSO. In addition to the u-ual full
course of study a Normal Department is added, for
the benefit of those who may wish to prepare them-
selves for ' teaching. Pleasant and commodious
rooms have recently been fitted up on the Seminary
grounds for the accommodation of the Juvenile De-
partment. The Quincy System will be practiced In
all the departments of the Semtrary. Address the
PRINCIPALS for particulars. jyl3 4plm
A: DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL, CORNER
x\. 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 mtohanlcal
studies an prepare young men for business in tin.
shortest poeniule time. The classics and modern
languages receive due attention also. It ard and
tuition, $75 per quarter. The college will open on
Sd day of 4u;u»f.
Students will be received any time during the
year. For further particulars applj to REV.
BROTHER BERTRAM, Superior. , _ JyS7tf
~ . MEDIGALT v :
TO THE UXFORTUxXATE 1,
DE. GEBOS r SmSPEHSASY,
. •S3 Keurnr St., Sun Francisco. . _ ,
, Established in 18M, for
j^r ' ' ' "^B*k. ' the treatment of Scxu
jtf-— s=^ ;S2?V - *'"! Semiral - diseases I
■p/£j~-J-~ ; *'*Ss?ll • * ncn ** O° t!Orrnoa ' Gleet.
*%'■"- ifT^*T'"''' : i' 1 Strictures, Sjphilts in all
' /^^Sa&S'lSsjL^'orms, Seminal Weak
(^B^n X™** i'StirS "***. Irupotency, Rklo
rlrM ' I iV-ivjEsSi D 18 ** 808 * etc -> perma- ,
tftff\ .jt^—lJr^ijKVy nently cured or no charge
S^^sK^^^^Wtl Seminal F.mi(wl'.n3, th«
*^.^atWil!2l'J*VW'i '''< ' ' r *>'l"en> eof ' !edr -' lbllB<> -
-^^SHjßMßjßKg^^^rrhis solitary vice or de-
-1 1"'^ td sexuaiindulgenoß,
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 nuentiflc mcdi- .
cal measures, via. : Sallow countenance, dark
spots urder the eyes, pain in the head, ringing In
the ears, noise like the rustling of leaves and rat.
tling of chariots, uneasiue'* about the loirs, weak- t
ness of the limbs, confused vision, liluntod Intellect,
loss of confidence, diffidence in approaching Gran-
gers, a dislike ja form new aaiualntancos, *\»>#t-
ion 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.
CI : RF.D , AT nil«f,.
Persons at a distance may he cured at home by ad
dressing a letter to DR. GIBBON, ' Etatin Case,
symptoma,' length of time the disease has continued,
and have medicines promptly forwarded, free Iron
damage and curiosity, to any part of tho country,
with full and pLiii. directions. By Inclosing tan dol
lars, in registered letter, through the Poet-office, ol
through Wetls, Fargo * Co., a package of medicine
will be forwarded to aj.y part of the Union. Pleas*
Bay you saw this advertisement In tho R«ooh» |
Union. Address, , DR. J. F. GIBBON,
Ja24-4ptf Box 1.957 S»n Francisco
DR. SPINNEY »,
OF NO. II KEARNY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO,
rreat all Chronic and ftpexlal l»l-i .»■>■•
; - V<M >«; ME!f
mar ho MAT BK suffering, from thk
? f effects of youthful follies or indiscretion,
will do we! Ito i.vail themselves of this, the greatest
boon ever laid at the altar of suffering humanity.
DR. SPINNEY will guarantee to forfeit &SOO Jut
every case of Seminal Weakness or Private Diveast
of any kind or character which he undertaka> and
tails to cure V - ■
BIID»LE<A«ED .tl»: V.
There are many at the age of thirty to uxtj »*
are troubled wit» '00 frequent eiaiii.'tlon of th»
bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting c
burning sensation, ana a weakening of the system Ir.
a'mauner the patient cannot account for. On exam-
ining the urinary deposits a ror y socimeEt will of' en
be found, and sometimes small particles of tlM'rjen
will appear, or the color will be of a thin rri'Kisr
hue, ftirain changing to a dark and ■orp'-' -prear»nce.
There are many men who die of tlu> ■ .if.cnlty, igno- B
rant of the cause, which is tno second stags of item-
inal weakness. Dr. S. will CTiarant<-r a |.frfret c n'* •
in all such ceres, and a healthy restoration ot th« .
genito-uriuary organs. .
Office houi-s— lo to 4 ruid Bto 8. Sunday from
10 to II a. si. Consultation free. • Thoreuja 6j.aus-
Inatlon snd *dvice, «s. ' C«H ot i-riurfts . - . -^.;i,.
DR. HI'IMNEV •% CO.,
No. 11 Keaniy street, San Fnr.dsco.
p. s.— For private diseases si short standing, afull
-vjrse of medicines, sufficient for a cure, with all
Instructions will be t>ent to any address for $10.
mr2fi-4-i5t»wMTWT.iPtf ' ■ '
NO MORE BACKACHE.
NO MORE KIDNEY TROUBLES.
JSfSf* ' Diuretic »^.^
Kind natnr«'s own remedy- h«' ■" last . *** gift to
man.". A plant which grows in mountain fastnesses,
* u^^™h^sr^- wi.h .<«««« .f *.
Kidneys or Urinary Organs who suffer m nlence rather .
than to make known their troubles. Others seek relief I
by the «"* of variou* parent medicines, which, tr they.
do not a^gravate .h.e disease at, least do not lessen it.
Ken t!io« who secure the advice of physicians often
fail to get relief, owing to the very complicated an. .
delica-e nature of the organs affected. ■ The pRXGOM
Kidney Tea is a strictly vegetable production, and
will not isjore the smallest child, nor the most delicate,
woman, but will cure Pain in the I'-ack and Kidneys,
ton-retention of Urine, Diabetes, Inflammation of tha
Bladder or Kidneys, Brick Dust Deposit in Urine, Leu-
corrhoea. Painful or Suppressed Menstruation, and all
complaint.* arising from a diseased or debilitated stats
cf the kidneys or urinary organs of either sex. 7
; Badge, Davis & Co., Proprietors!
jaTOR SALE i:7 ALL DRUGGISTS."*!
. :■■■:■■■ . Price. OIvE DOLLAR. > ; "i
...-■,■ y, ■ i-_ , m2O-4p3m : . --o . •■ ; .-
Sacramento : Planing Mill,
SASH AND blind FACTORY, CORNER OF
: Front and Q stro £j,- Sacramento. ' ■■, : ■■' . ' '.-
Doors. WtndoTTS. Blind*.
Finish of all kinds, Window Frame*, Uoldfofl »<
svory description, and Turning *tiw,»*A*i=s».-^-v
[ '^J - aART\vkI»L. HOTl.t KISB * BIALKKB.