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THE DAILY RECORD-UNION.
£ i>xi»af. ...;■..■:■■■■ ...AHirsr 93. 1«W».
THE COAST 0? KOBMAtOY AND WHERE
PARISIANS GO FOR FRESH AIR.
Ec_.'_ore, Drives, Bath?, Scenery, Nor
- mandy Towns, Beach-3, Houses,
Fish and Food.
ASNT.LU* LA BELLE PLACE, /
August 2, 1880. S
"Whereas Paris sends during the hot
months its tired, fashionable and rich pop
ulation to Tourville, Dieppe, Cabourg,
the smaller cities of northern France peo
ple the more insignificant bains de mtr
along the coast of Normandy. In. these
little town?, devoid of casinos and exciting
amusements, may be found Parisians of
lighter purses as well as those who seek
repose from the bustle and noise of the
great metropolis. The fashionable people
of Caen find their way to Cabourg, where
they meet with an equal number of Paris
ians, and which they must totally abandon
to the latter since the railroad which
stopped at Caen has found a direct road
from Paris to Calnjurg. Cabourg was first
•settled by a troupe of actors and actresses,
who had some huts built along the beach
and planted trees from there to Dives —
over half a mile. Owing to the beauty of
the beach there soon sprang up a hotel,
followed by others, after which was built
ens of the finest casinos of France. The
rapid growth of Cabourg is remarkable,
but it is no longer frequented by the
actors and actresses, except those who are
very rich, and the young trees, which have
become giants, making a most charming
■walk and drive, are now enjoyed by the
rich financiers of Paris. Not very far
from Cabourg, along the coast, is Beuzeval,
occupied only by very rich persons, among
whom are Lords of England. It is rdtua
ted at the foot of the most fertile and
HILLS OF _o_____DY,
Jut the beach for bathing purposes is less
attractive than tbat of Cabourg, owing to
a strong undercurrent which renders it dan
gerous to enter the surf without a guide,
generally au experienced sailor. The
country around is magnificent, composed
of rolling hills covered with a deep green
velvet carpet, over which roam great fat
cows, as noted for the richness of their
milk as the great Norman horses for their
strength. One of the principal industries
of Beuzeval is the renting of asses at
tached to iittlo two-wheel wagons, or
saddles for little men and women, who,
armed with clubs, lush along the roads
pounding thair beasts and screaming after
them so vociferously as to make the hills
resound. The pleasures of Beuzeval are
more champetre than maritime, and al
though more stately chateaux and domains
may be found throughout France, no where
else are there to be seen such a number of
tastefully decorated dwellings owned by
the rich and aristocratic as at Beuzeval.
At this point the coast is covered with
millions of very pretty shells, some of
them quite large, which arrive in such
profusion as to completely cover the beach.
One of the peculiarities of this place, which
does not boast of a casino, is a large hall
situated far out in the beach, entirely com
posed of glass, wh_re, during rough windy
weather, the inhabitants play cards, chess
or read their books and newspapers, which
arc, for the most part, in the English lan-
..ion-sur-mer is situated but a, short dis
tance from Caen, whither come the bour
geois of that city whose principles may not
permit them to enjoy the society of the
theatrical people. The beach is probably
THE LOVELIEST TO BE FOOKD
Or. the coast of Normandy, fcr it is but a
smooth bed of sar.d as far as the eye can
reach. The /____.« have been so washed
by the waves that the rocks have taken
most fantastic forms and present rustic
chairs, footstools, pulpits and tables, which
serve as a delightful retreat to the student
.md misanthrope — that is at low tide, and
high tide at certain moments when the
water does not mount 100 high. Woe to
the dreaii cr who sets iv the foaming waves
only the voicci of ti .-:!• .-. epirits, without
rejecting the dau^ir of their embrace !
Occasionally some pensive youth may be
sees hurrying to the hotel with garments
wet to the waist, who had made a narrow
escape from some secluded spot in the
rocks. However, Lion-sur-mer presents
no other attraction aside from its beach,
for the country around is trist, arid and
extremely ugly ; there is not a single walk
or drive in the neighborhood with the ex- i
ception of a short distance along the/"'".'- -
to an old Norman chateau, curious in
architecture and surroundings, but inhab
■ ited by one of the long line of noble
Normans and therefore not opened to j
curious strangers. Continuing in Nor- I
mandy farther to the north is B_ycu_, j
situated about the same distance from the j
sea as Caen. Whereas, Caen i . one of the I
moat elegant aad lettre as well as large and j
important cities of France, Biyeux, equally
as ancient, is a dull little city without life
or animation, an.l possesses no monument ■
of interest aside from its cathedral, whose
entire interest and beauty is in its ex- ,
terior walls. Bayou sends its popula
tiou during the summer months to
ASNF.I.I.K*- LA BELLE PLAGE
A* .to Aramanohts. Both places arc little
known to Parisian*, for the distance is con
siderable, and the attractions are inferior
ta those bains de t*er situate in closer
proximity. The plage of Asnelles is almost'
a. beautiful as that of Lion-sur-mer, bat
a.i_c from its delightful beach it presents
the attraction of _ most charming and fer
tile country, less beautiful, less imposing,
and less majestic than tho neighborhood of
Dives and I. U.-.C-.1, but having a charac
tcristio of its own which does not fail to
attract all lovers of nature. The trees are
not only large and tall, but extend their
thick branches near the ground, and. form
inviting retreats from the beat of the sun ;
their trunks are completely covered with
running vines, which twist ami twine in
loving embraces, and curl themselves at
the very top. There is such wealth and
gorgeousness in the color and quantity
of the verdure that the eye never tires to
rest on the tall, thick, green grass be
neath the apple trees. Normandy is the
country of cider, and as may be supposed,
the apple tree predominates. It never
reaches the proportion of our apple tree of
the _______ States, but produces apparently
a greater number of apples. The orchards
are very pretty, particularly on account of
the tall green grass around them, on which
recline great fat cows in the laziest of atti
tudes. You cannot help constantly pick
ing out places which would be delightful
for picnics. There is a great difference in
tin.* quality of the cider which ie furnished
at hotel tables ltd libitum even M the wine
is furnished at the table d'hote in the
southern part of France. The cider is in
toxicating, particularly they say when it
is of a poor quality, and many a 1 brawl
occurs Sunday nights among the peasants,
for . which the cider is responsible. The
conversation is generally on the crop of
apples of tho year, and the peasants all
sigh as they remark the scarcity of fruit
an. the consequent .learness of cider the
year to follow. They are somewhat like
our farm.rs, and are never satisfied, de
nouncing each ear as a bad one, although
more prosperous than they have a right to
expect. The Norman peasant is the most
.avaricious of all the population of France,
and the poor . Parisian "has a • hard time
battling for the food he pays for. They
themselves eat s*> little that they have be
come a (-anted, homely race, and it if ___•
possible to find pretty cr interesting
child throughout tho country. They are,
however," very cleai-ly, and the fishermen's
COVEBKK WISH SHELLS, •
Are pretty "and attractive ;" before each
may be' sf en 'half a dozen cats, which feed
on the refuse parts of fish and are always
* found :in great numbers throughout th;
coast. They are not as large or attractive
'-•j _"»._»••"*-*■■-! e3f-._sS.tu».Y*^js"*fi*k**^j
posses- the prettiest faces it is permitted a
cat to have, a marked X contrast to \ the
homely and monotonous . faces of i their
masters. There are a number of fishermen
at Asnelles, which little town is some dis
tance from the beach, and they fish during
the summer months along the coast for in
ferior fish and lobsters, but during : the
winter they repair to the northern seas
a I harbor at Treport.
THE SMALL BARKS
Used here are generally" owned by one fish
erman, who unites with two others, and
the profits of . the excursion •; are - divided
iito four parts— one for the boat— making
two parts for the owner. ;. They are always
seen by threes, never separately, and form
an undivided trinity. gj They all earn a good
deal of money, for they immediately dis
pose of their fish to the two hotels of
Asnelles. The fish is of an inferior quality,
with the exception of a . fish . resembling
the sole, i and - called Normand . sole,
but the lobsters are . very '■'" fine. A
few shrimps only, and those very small,
are to be found in '. the J neighborhood. H A
little, old, , lame : man for years p has
monopolized this branch of the "fishing
trade at Asnelles, and co one ! has ever
deemed it sufficiently lucrative to dispute
bis ground. At each low. tide his form
may bo discerned against ■ the . sky, his
great basket on his back as he pushes his
net before him . and limps at each step.
He is very old. " having ; reached the age of
S4 ; in fact, they all live to a good old age
in this ' country. A' number of men and
women are to be seen of 90 years old as
brisk and strong as those of half the age in
another country. They do not seem to
grow old, but are born old, for the children
even possess nothing that is fresh or
young, and seem to have photographed on
their faces the years of the : future. The
little town is principally inhabited by the
fishermen, with no other industry aside
from the bakery and the cultivation of a
few ___<__ The baker even seems a
■- MVSTKRIOIS CREATURE,
Out of his element ; he has nothing in his
appearance which suggests the least affin
ity or relation to the people around him ;
his face, unburnt by the wind and sun as
the others, is very pale and exceedingly in
tellectual ; a heavy mass of hair crowns his
high forehead, and his long dark beard
failing upon his breast gives him the air of
a prophet. It is impossible to imagine him
always baking bread - and cakes, and it
seems natural that he should be some sa
yant — a chemist who passes his nights in
perfecting some invention which is to make
him famous and rich, or condemn him to
committing suicide by baking himself alive
in his oven. Unmindful of the situation
of the little town, the rich have built along
the beach numerous houses, large, spacious
and elegant. They all have their gardens,
where beautiful and delicate flowers
spring up in defiance of the cold
sea breeze ; in fact flowers are to
be seen everywhere, as though having
received a dispensation fromthe element*",
and the flowers and vines which border the
fishermen's houses give an air of gay ety aid
comfort to them.- There is no butcher
shop in Asnelles, for the inhabitants do not
eat meat ; but nearer the beach, in the
neighborhood of the hotels and rich houses,
are to be found a butcher with his buteher
boy and the vegetable merchant, whose
pretty, regular garden is pleasing to see;
he carries his vegetables each day to the
diff.rent houses where he readily disposes
of them, and in spite of his SO or 90 years
(they all seem to be stationary at that age)
he does a thriving business. Very little
grain is to be seen iv the neighboring fields,
which has given way *to the colza, not an
nnimportaut production of the country.
The colza is a dry-looking stalk as tall as a
man, which produces pods resembling peas
in which are myriads of
LITTLE BLACK _______
Agreeable in taste, and containing a small
portion of opium. The colza, when pre
pared, forms a delightful table oil, superior
to all others, except the olive, and pre
ferred even to that by a great number of
people. The harvest of the colza is as im
portant as that of the wheat, and the men
and women cone for miles around with
large frames of white cloth and flaying
sticks with which to thrash it. The colza
once cut and spread upon the ground, the
people begin their work and thrash and
strike until the little grains bave left their
pads, when they are gathered together and j
the pads with the stalks left on tneground.
Later all this is set tiro to, which burns
with wonderful brilliancy and rapidity, and
sometimes for miles around tho sky is
illuminated by these numerous conflagra
tions. ■ V ' M "
It would be impossible fur reasonable
human lieings to believe that there could
be a society entirely good in itself and in
its purposes which yet never failed to get
into misunderstandings with the ruling
powers of every country in which it found
itself fettled. Vie can hardly suppose
that all the Horn in Catholic and Protestant
Powers of the world were banded together
in conspiracy against the Jesuits. The
full history ot the order has yet to be
written. Despite all the many interesting
essays and studies which have been poured
forth from both sides of this great contro
versy, it is certain that trca_tircs of manu
script, great as those which the opening of
.Situations disclosed, will have to be discov
ered before the complete story of the Jesuit
Order can be told. But when it has come
to be completely written, we hardly think
it will fail to show that the Jesuits gener
ally come into collision withe irthly powers
and princes because of their endeavor to
constitute themselves a state within a
state. To them their order is more than
their country. Sometimes it is the fault
of the rulmg power whioh makes a body
of men feel thus inclined to set their own
cla?s or sectarian interest above that of
thtir country. No one could be surprised
that the Jews in the Middle Ages, and
down even to our own time, should thus
have held themselves an order and a class
apart from those among whom they lived.
It may be that in some instances the
Jesuits were the victims of the jealousy
and the stupidity of some of the rulers
who declared against them. The one his
torical fact remains, that they did alway?,
sooner or later, come into collision with
every Power under whose protection they
lived. It is surprising indeed to find that
the feeling against the Jesuits can still
exist in any state. To us in England the
alarm about them seems like the alarm
about a witch. But if history were al
ways to repeat itself and were never to
advance, then the expulsion of the Jesuits
from France would seem to be only one of
the necessary incidents of the revolution
of time. — [London News.
I ('Htirni.it lIECOMMENi) Hammer's
Uascara _agn_la Bitters for dyspepsia,
habitual constipation and liver complaint.
They have made me a well n.|g@Bs_-Sg[
K. Davis. 411 X street. Sacramento.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED PllOr OSALS WILL BE RECIIVED BY
the Board of .>!|*rvi»oni for I.AYINU A K»W
F_OOR In the Upp.r Main H«ll of the Pavilion,
«pto St ITEMBEK 6. ISSO, at I o'clock P. _. Floor
tote of the best U«_d«l**o Pine, vertical train,
one ami ooe-'ourtb inches thici. and not over four
I Inch, in width, *> he Contractor to whom is awarded
' i» to take up Hi* old floor, and to have the same for
! his own u»c. The )__•(_. to be leveled up, and the
j work to be done in a workmanlike rt>«nner, and to
'bo eomplou.l Urn IMS ci SEPTEMBER, and an
old material to be removed • The Board reserves the
riphv -to r* j eet any or all bids. ■ -■'■■'■.
an olt . 1 lIP-, n. BERKEY, CTerk.
This Great Stren^thoni n(f tf-jA
Re in -m! nnd NKRVB TOXWlff
is the 1.-.-'".: result of orer so *;*", o 'ls||
pra.ncrd experience, aad cnre* with unfailing ■ BS
trttj;nTv :urv t >usa:>J I -hysical Debility, Set-*- UM
in.il Weakness, Spermatorrhoea, ;-"tcn^y. Wsr£
Exhausted Vitality. Premature Deci*_ne an 1 Qm#^
Low of Manb >od, from -".hate-Tf c._u**e pro- Efiff
'.. rt. lt enriches and i. untie-- the Blood, \Ka\
Strengthens the Nerve*. Ittain, Muscles. I->i- tt/tfj
cestion. Reproductive t'r-irti. and Physical By
and Mental Faculties. " it ■••■ ■■»>:■/ unnatural Wf*W
debil-tating drain upon the system, preventing I^L
involuntary losses, aeb'.l.i.it In * dreams, etc .*.•- WSat
destructive to luind and body, It is a * ,i ' w*/
i cUmi tutor of all Kidney a*. I Bladder Com. L 4^
pLtints. To those surteriiv from the evil effects ¥£*
Youthful] nd-scretjuusor l_s_cesses. a speedy. Wf*fA
th -rough. a:.d permanent Cure is Guaranteed. \WjM
l'rice. $ _.«> pe* bottle, or (ire bottVes In case, D&%
L. *Ai:h full Vl.re_tioi« and advice, Scntse- B^ri
1 cure from i*Vrrv.'.: to any address upon M
receipt .ii price, lt C. O. D. To be had ooly Wm.
direct of \ZA
■ DR. SALFIELD, ?M /Teamy St , S. F. Cal gKi
Consultations Strictly C«rf_-len*j d. by letter or Kjj
M .See fire* To insure perfect Mooerj 1 Bfi
bare adopted a gtTwmmtM} address, under which Hr
■;. all package arc forwarded. . •-, :■■ ■- ■. y
!_*^^* _-—-__^ ■ -
RAILROADS STEAMERS UIC.
Central Pacific Railroad.
CommrnclnE Tuesday, Jane 22, 183-, "'■
'■-.:■' ash osrarcETHFR J. OTKIK l
-Un AXD BOATS WILL LEAVE SACRAMEN-O
"'-.■■',- -. as FOLLOWS : . y-y'-' -■:
.S'A .'A.M.— (Sun lays exeepted)---A<_ommOf a
.OV dation Train so llar.*aville, Red Bliifland
. BeddUg. , , _
7.AA A. 11.— (Daily)— Emiffrsnt,
•WW Frcieht and Accommodation Tain. ' .
7,.> A A. M.— (Daily)— Paciflc Express, via Davi*
.-.V ' » d Benicia, for San Francisco. -Connects
' '-* (Sundays excepted) at Davis with Aoc m-
,-.-.- ii. dation Train to Woodlau , Williams ana
Willows. .- Connects daily at Suisun foi
• : . . - Vallejo, and via Napa Junction for Calis
..-t oga (stages for the Geysers).' l
lA. AAA. __.— ior as soon trxreslter as p ac-
JiW.WWticaW-, Sundays excepted)— for
San Francisco, touching at all way port*
on the Sacnunento river. -..'•'.
U.O\ A. M.- (Daily)— Local Passenger Train
•Oi) for Stockton, Tracy, livermore, Niles,
Oakland and San Franc seo. Connects
at Gilt for lone, and at Niles lor ___
1 0.1 ft - (Sundays excepted)- Local Pas-
l-».l. senger .Train for Davis, Benicia and San
Francisco. Connects at Suisun for Vallejo
and (via Napa Junction) for Calistoga. *
1.). 0ft P. M.— (Sundays excepted) -Passenger
A.A.OV Train for Dans and Woodland. . Con-
" nects at Woodland for Williams " and
Willows. * --•- * '"-'"" _ - . ■' ■
0.1 A I*- M.— (Daily) -At'a tic Express for Col-
li.Att fax, Reno (Carson uad Virginia), Battle
. Mountain . (Austin), Palisade (Eureka),
Ogden, unjr.a ana East
O.OA P. M.-(Daily)— Oregon - Express ; for
-i.s! V Marysville, Chico, Red Bluff and Bedding
--■"-■■ (stages for Po. Hand, Oreg n}.
O.OA P. -W- - Sundas excepted ►— Local Ac-
/- . V commodation Train to Lathrop. Connects
with the Arizona ______ for Merced,
Madera (Yosemite and Big Tieesl, Mojave,
Newhali (San Buenaventura and I Santa
Barbara), Los Angeles, Santa Monica,
V. Imington, Santa Ana (San Diego),
Colton i_an Ba nardino), Yuma (Colorado
river steamers ) Maricopa (stages tor
Phcenlx and Prescott), Casa Grande (stages
for Florence!, Tuo. on and Benson, 1,024
miles from San Fraucisco (stages for Tomb-
st- and New Mexico.) Sleepi cars be-
tween L.__ri ip, Los Angeles, Yuma and
Tucson. ' _ .
'i, _A p. M.— (Dally)- Local Passenger Train
•O" for Davis, Benicia and San Francisco. ■ ..-■ r .*
~.OA P. M.— (Daily)— Westward Em'grant
O .Otf Train, via Davis and Benicia, for San Fran-
. cisco. ■ '■'
7,1 BJ P. M.— (Sundays excepted)— Passeng. r
■111 Train to Davis, Woodland and Knight
. • Landing.
B.RA p. M.-(Sundays excepted)— Virginia
•OW fjty Express for Auburn, Colfax, Truckee
a d Reno. Connects with Virginia and
Truckee Ba'ln. d for Or rson snd Virginia.
Sleeping Car from Sacramento to Carson.
A. N. T0WNE............. General Superintonde: t
th GOODMAN Gen'l Pass'r and Ticket Agei t
■rr CHANGE OF TIME.
Sacramento & PlacerYillß Railroac,.
On and alter Wednesday, Dee. 31, 1819,
_KTIL FUBIBSE SOTICB,
Trains will run as follows, daily, except Sundays :
Leave Sacramento for Foisom, Latrobe
and Shingle Springs 7:00 A. M
Leave Sacramento for Foisom 4:00 P. M.
Leave Shingle Springs for Latrobe, Foi- v
som and Sacramento '. 10:35 A. M
Leave Latrobe for Foisom and Sacra-
mento 11:19 A.M
Leave Foisom for 5acrament0........... 7:00_-M
Leave Foisom for Sacramento .......... 12:20 P. M
d7-tf J. B. WEIGHT. Surf t.
FOR PORTLAND AND ASTORIA,
*i- y.m- THE OREOOH RAILWAY AND
_-__^__5» ' rI(jN COMPANY - AND
<_^s*T_*i__--* Pacific Coast Steamship Company
r?aJs nj~r-_: will dispatch c. or. five days, for
the above ports, one . f their New A 1 Iron Steam-
ships, viz. : " ,
OREGON, GEORGE W. ELDER
i r : AKD
STATE OF CALIFORNIA.
_ SAILING DAYS*.
.Hgusl ........4,i9. 14. 19. M, 29
Arplember -.3, 8, 13, 18, 33, -*-
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. B. and N. Co
v. . 210 Batter. Btreet, San Francisco, CaL
GOODALL, PERKINS _ CO.,
Agents r. C. 8. S. Co., No. 10 Market street, Sai
Francisco. . - __v_-tf ..*
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
S. -SflC. **_CT__-EX__-*_E»___--E-
- SACRAMENTO FOR sadQ-
San Francisco, Imi I im___
". Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
At 9A. M. [au_-4plm] * A. BREWER, Agent. .
FUMITUR£, BEDDING. ETa
VAN HEUSEN & HUf .TOON'S
NO. 712 J STREET;
Prices alway the Lowe it and the Best Assortment.
anil-it ; ■ . ■ -
~ JOHN A. WILSON,
IMPORTER, *_T-TRF_-^ L mm
ami Dealer in SB-V^i'mf
FINEFI'BNITrREA REDDING, JO?«U-
No. 11l J street, bet. Fourth and Fifth.
XT A New and Complete Stock at Reduced Pric
Country orders promptly attended to. jyl-4plm
W. D. COMSTOCK,
CORNER FIFTH AND STREETS,
FURNITURE & BEDDING,
WHOLESAL** AND RETAIL.
GROCERIES; LIQUORS, ETC.
VT|xnOLI_ALE AND RETAIL GROCER
North west corner Second and J streets,
:■'■ AcaA_s_TO. ..'-..'■■ \
tS Orders from the country promptly filled.
■-■-.. au!7-4ptl - - - -
WILCOX, POWERS & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Liquor Dealers,
NO. 6*5 X STRKKT,
.. aulO <p_ ■. --■-■':'---
______ _»*__! __C BROS.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
fine Brandies, Wines and Kentucky Whiskies
Agents of tho real Chris. Schroeder 's Nordhaeuser
Whisky, and of the genuine Imported Culmbacher
Beer. From Fourth street, to No. 118 H .tree!,
.ri. Front and Second. . acraiuentc.
"--■ jy3o-4olm •
SCEL IT SB'S
MILWAUKEE LAGER BIEE,
0- dravsiit, at
4.1.1 Ml 1 X ALOftV. SO. 523 J STREET.
MARCUS C. HAWLEY & CO..
_"*7-ir-_hi — i ; - - •__. JI - -'.'-.---
tlardware and Amrtrnltaral Implements,
. ... SAN FRANCISOO : .-.---':; "iff;
And No* 43, 45 and 47 J street....... Sacrament.
A.J. VERM A
y^OUNTT CORONER AND UNDERTAKER
\j So 108 J street, between Fourth and Fifth
V-sys on hand a large aasortmetit of Metallic and
Wooden Caskets, Burial Cases and Coffins. Shroud
furnished and Funeral Wreaths Presorv a. __w.'_y
orders will receive prompt attention on snort notice'
an* -t low r»**». aul4-4plm
■«^!__:fe--s_«-.i- -.*«3_-££S-_. •
'■■ A SCnADEN HAS REMOVED HIS GROCERY
_*\ . ' bu, ness from tbe southeast to northeast
corner Second and M strata. . - sulfl 4plw
I J. FRANK CLARK, 'r%
! : XT3V3_>Zl_R'ar._f-_.3B___l_Efc,
y ' Ito". 1017 Fourth St.. hrt. J and E.^=.
Always a complete stock in* stori , ; ' Oountry
or . ft« receive prun.pt attention." ..vl-lplai
Chinese and ; Japanese Bazaar.
SAN; LlJNGl&sbo.,. -
MANUFACTURERS ;' OF : AIA. 5 j KINDS _OF
lartl-a.* and Children's I'nrterwear. ;•:
Men's 5 Whits ' Shirts,- Overalls,' etc.; j Chinese and
Jspane*- Fancy l -ids. -ans, i etc. * PRICES KK-
DICED TO SUIT THE TIMES < All orders promptly
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list than any other similar
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Its Circulation is Constantly and
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It is the Most Popular News
and Literary Paper west '
of the Rocky Moun-
Its Circulation has increased more
rapidly than that of any
journal ever published
in this State.
This Increase is Still in Rapid
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Work on. Sacramento, Feather
asd. American Elvers.
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF
Drainage District No." I,: Sacramento, CaL,
August 9t_.HSSO."'-.-*.,- '■-'■-
- By order of the Board of Directors of Drainage
District No. 1, passed at the session held on tbe 9th
day of August, ISSO, sealed proposals will be re-
ceived at the office of said Board, at BQB__ No. 10 in
the State Capitol Buildr.ijr, Sacramento, Cal.; until
12 o'clock _. on THURSDAY, September 9th, ISBO,
for brushwork for rectifying the channel of Ameri-
can river at certain points in the vicinity of its
mouth ; for brush and earthwork for restoring and
protecting the west bank of the Sacramento river
at certain points between the towns of Fremont and
Washington ; for brush and earthwork for restoring
and protecting the west bank of Feather river at
certain points nearly opposite the town of Nicolaus
and in the vicinity of Humphrey's Landing, and
also tne east bank of Feather river a mile or more
above its mouth, and also for brushwork necessary
In rectifying the channel of Feather river at various
points, in accordance with .]. cifia.ti .ns on file in
the office of the Directors, as above. - - ■ -y ■'
■- Each bidder must accompany his bid will, 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 ord rof W. 11.
Parks, President of the Board, the condition being
that if any party to whom a contract shall I c
awarded shall f.ifto give ilia bend 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 the award shall be made will
be required to give a bond, with two or more sure-
ties, to the satisfaction of the Board, and iv an
amount equal to fifty (50) per cent, of the amount
of the contract, conditioned for the faithful per-
formance thereof. Seventy-five (75) per cent, of
the Fngineer*- estimate of work dune will he paid
monthly in warrants drawn on the State Drainage
The work must be completed within sixty days
from the time of signing the contract, and no Chi-
nese or Mongolians shall be employed in any ca-
pacity whatever on any work to he done ; and no
material used in the construction of the work shall
be purchased from any contractor or manufacturer
who, either directly or l_.di_.ctly, employs any Chi-
nese or Mongolian labor. ,
Bids must be directed to " The Board of Directors
of Drainage District No. 1. State Capitol Building,
Sacramento, Cal.," and indorsed on envelop " Pro-
posals for Work."
The Board reserves the right to reject any or all
bids. CHAS. M. COGLAN, Secretary. -
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• — -FOR- ;
for. Tim --.'.'
STATE FEINTING OFFICE.
OIVICE OF _______n___n STATE PRINTING, )
Sacramknto. August 2d, 1880. . f
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BB RECEIVED
at this office until OCTOBER 1, ISSO, at 12
o'clock M., for F I* KMSHIN PAPER for the State
Printing Office for the coining year, in qualities
and quantities es per schedule, to be furnished on
application to the Sujierintendent of State Printing.
Bidders will please furnish samples, with price per
pound or per ream, for the different weights, and
also names of makers whose stock they propose to
Bidders will state their prices on the basis of
ninety per cent, in gold coin,' and ten per cent, in
Paper to be furnished in such quantities, more or
less, as may be needed and ordered from time to
lime by ..he Superintendent of S ate Print-Off. Pay.
ments to be made iv warrants upou the State
Secti.n 532 of the Political Code provides that
•' No bid shall be considered unless accompanied by
a certified check in the sum of two tnousand dolla 8.
.Id coin, payable to the Governor for the us. of
.he Peo*- '. 3 of the State of California, conditioned
that if tl . bidder receives the award of the con-
tract h will, within thirty days, enter in., bonds in
the sum of ten thousand dollars, with two or more
sureties, to be approved by the Governor of the
State, that he will faithfully, perform the conditions
of his contract. All bids must be for the furnishing
and delivery of tbe paper at the State Printing
Office, in the city of Sacramento, so that the State
shallnot ' c chargtd with any cost of transportation
orl)Uv_ry ' ,
'hi Boai .. reserves the right to reject any or all
bids, 1. o accept all or any portion of any bid.
Pr >,-. sals to be indorsed : " Proposals for Paper
for the State Printing Office."
Bidders are invited to be present at opening of
bids. J. D. YOUNG,
au2-lm Superintendent of State Printing.
■ ■ . ■ a -AMW m -war •*•*_- * •_-___-^v ...
WORK ON THE YUBA RIVER,
Office or the boarn of Directors of)
Drainage District No. 1. >
Sacramento, Cal., July 14, 1880.)
BY OBDEIi OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
of Drainage District No. 1, passed at the ses-
sion held on the 14thday of JULY, 1880, 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 IS o'clock M. on AUGUST 18, 1880,
for the Construction, Repairing, Strengthening and
Protection of Levees necessary to prevent the spread
of debris from the channel of Yuba Riv. r, in ac
cordance with plans and specifications on file in the
office of the Directors-, above.
Each bidder must accompany his hid with a certi-
fied check upon some well-known and responsible
banking-house for at least five (5) percent, of the
amount of his bid, payable to the order ol W. H.
PARKS, President of the Board; the condition
being, that if any party to whom a contract sha 1 he
awarded shall fail to give the bond as required by
the Board of Director., for the faithful performance
of his contract, the check accompanying said party's
hid shall be forfeited to the State.
The party to whom an award shall be made will
be required to give a hood, with two or more sure
ties, to the satisfaction of the Board, and in an
amount equal to fifty (50) p. r cent, of the amount of
the contract, conditioned for the faithful performance
thereof Seventy-five (76) cent, of tl c Engi-
neer's estimate of work done will be paid monthly
in warrants drawn on the State Drainage Construc-
The work must he completed within sixty days
from the time of signing the contract, and no Chi-
nese or Mongolians sh-ll be employed in any capa-
city whatever on any work to be done. And no
material used in the construction of the work shall
he purchased from any contractor or manufacturer
who, either directly or indirectly, employs any Chi-
nese or Mongolian labor. I
Bids must be directed to " The Board of Directors
of Drainage District No. 1, Room 55, State Capitol
Building, Sacramento, Cal.," and indorsed on envel-
ope " Proposals for Work on Y'uba River." '
; The Board reserves the right to reject any or all
i bids. CHARLES M. COGLAN, Secretary.
! The time for receiving proposals to do the above
work is hereby extended to WEDNESDAY*, August
25, 1880, some time and pace.
.- CHAS. M. COGLAN, Secretary.
Sacmmen'o, August 14, 1* 80. - jy!s-td '
STATE SCHOOL LAND FUND.
Offici State Board of Examiner }
Sacramento, July 20, 1880. - f
THE STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS WILL
receive sealed proposals for the sale to the
State of the bonds of the United States, the civil
bonds of tho State, and the bonds of the several
counties of the State, to the value of ninety-seven
thousand dollars, at its office, at the State Capitol,
until 1 o'clock p. M., of
Monday. Aiigu-l 30lli, 1880.
Proposals will be received for the whole or any
part of said sum
I Bids must be for bonds and accrued interest
Each bid must be accompanied with the bonds
offered to be sold, or by one of the bonds offered, as
a sample, and a certified check drawn on some bank
of good standing, drawn to tte order of the under-
signed, for a sum equal to ten per cent, of the
amount of the bid, which check will be forfeited to
the State if the bid which such check accompanies
shall be accepted and the party offering the bonds
fails to deliver the same. . , i 'i " ".'re-
payment will be made in the gold com of the
United States. , ' '"-" " ; "„
The Board reserves the right to reject any or all
Bids must state the Act of the Legislature which
authorized the issuing of the offered bonds. ; .
-■ Bids must be indorsed " Proposals for sale of
bonds," and must be addressed to the Clerk of the
State Board of Examincre.l!»l_Sa6B t "'**Sfc!jte>B«
Bids will be opened in open session of the Board,
at 1 o'clock P. _ Monday, August 30th, 1880.
ALBERT HART, .; .
iV-0-lm Clerk State Board Examiners.
FOR FURNISHING MATERIALS AND BUILD-
ing an additional building to the State Insane
Asylum at Stockton, California according to the
flans and specifications prepared by Percy * Ham-
ilton, architects, will be received by the Board of
Directors until 10 o'clock a. _ ""*.!;_
V Friday, September 10, !»_>.;.
• Plans and specifications may be seen at the office
of the Architects, Room No. 2, McKee's Building,
Stockton. !•- . ,:--'" '"."',"*- V >: ' '"''•' _
■■' No bid will lie entertained unless accompanied
with a bond equal to ten per cent, of - the proposal,
with sufficient sureties, conditioned that if said pro-
posal shall be accepted the party proposing will duly
enter into a proper contract and faithfully perform
said contract in accordance with said proposal ard
the plans and speciflcati -is, which shall las a part of
such contract, as provided in sec* ion four of "An
Act to regulate contracts on behalf of the state in
relatii-.n to erections and buildi.-gs," approved March
23d, 1878. .- : •-■■■'- _~"" : " ''"■ -7. yT ; *".. V. '
i Blank forms for proposals and bonds will be fur-
nished by the Secretary of the Board, and no bids
will be entertaineJ unless made on such forms. -
■ ray ments on account of contract to be made as
the work progresses, as provided in the Act above
referred to. .... > .
' The Board reserves the right to take ten days'
time to inquire Into the responsibility of bidders
and sufficiency of bonds before awarding contract,
and also to reject any and all bids. ■
ProiHis_ s to be addressed to "WM. B. AUSTIN,
Secretary "' the Board of I irectora of the Insane
.Asvlnm, Stock.m," and injorsed on the envelope,
'* Proposals for New Building " * * .-*■ . ■*• _ ■
I Fy order of the Board of Directors of the Insane
Asylum of the SUte ot Ca'ilornia- y '■**.:;«: 'y*
;. . _ul2-td ■* , WM. B. AUSTIN,' Secretary. y
-. iss*?' ■.._.--.--.-. -•/- ...-■ ■..-- i"»--y**«._-4.___--^^-S-S
. I. THE EED HOUSE "TRADE yPNION. ; r ) %
■» * "~ .. ' .. . .
"WHISPER IT LOW, #1
UNDENIED FACTS WHICH THE PEOPLE SHOULD
-ILMAX'S PIOXEEB KIP WOBKIXG BOOT, warranted 93 00
BED HOUSE BOOT, made of heavy kip, in double and tap sole, warranted never to rip,
and two solid 501e5............ 93 SO
WE HAVE THE SAME BOOT IX - BOYS*, YOUTHS' AXD CHILDBE.VS. with
And without copper tips and t0e5...... $1 50. SI It. > - and $3 50
GILMAX'S CHICAGO KIP BOOT, which we have manufactured, broad and easy, warranted, 81 00
GILMAX'S BEST is manufactured of very fine Patna kip, or veal calf, extra length of leg,
double sole, and is the beat business boot on the coast, warranted.. „ $1 35
GILMAX'S PIOXEER, Hungarian nailed for mountains, aad miners' boot 93 30
GILMAX'S CORK SOLE, FBEXCH CALF, SEWED, XO. 1 QUALITY...... .91 SO
lIF.CHT. BROS. FIXE CALF," MOROCCO LEG, OPEBA 800 T.:.......... 91 SO
FIXE CALF. SEWED BOOT 83 00
CALF, PUMP SOLE. MOROCCO LEG, SEWED. 'PARTY 800T...... 93 00
GOOD FIXE BrFF CALF BOOT 93 SO
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MEX'S XO. 1 880GAX................. ..1: 81 .5
BED HOUSE BROGAX, whole-stock kip, two solid soles 91 __
MEX'S LOW,.*! PRIXCE ALBEBT" SHOE.... ___. 8150
MEX'S LOW TIE SHOE ..........;.... 8150
MEX'S "B" CALF, BUCKLE ALEXIS. BOX-TOE SHOE 91 15
MEX'S "B" CILF, BUCKLE ALEXIS, FREXCII TOE 82 '5
MEX'S "If CALF, BOX-TOE, CRIMPED VAMP. BUCKLE. ALEXIS SHOE ...... 82 23
fyy-i-: (VERY STYLISH. -V. y -
MEX'S FIXE FREXCII CALF, SEWED, PI. UN FRENCH TOE, BUCKLE ALEXIS,
"DOM PEDRO" SHOE ....: »3 SO
MEX'S FIXE FREXCII CALF. . HAXD-SE WED," BOX-TOE, CRIMPED VAMP,
BUCKLE, ALEXIS 5H0E........ ......93 75 and 94 SO
MEX'S FIXE CALF. LOW NEWPORT TIES AXD STRAP SIIOES 93 50, 91 and 91 50
BOYS' BBOGAXS, whole-stock, kip.Jextra quality 81 33
Ladies' and. Misses' Goods :
Ladies' Fine Goat, Side-Lace Boot $2 and $2 25 Ladies' All-serge Balmorals, Broad tnd Easy,
Ladies' Fine Cured Kid, Worked Button-hole, Old Lady's 5h0e.................... t*2 00
Satin Finished Top 800t.,"... ......8J 00 Hisses' Kid Foxed Balmorals *1 and $1 25
Ladie. Fine Goat Newport Ties $1 00 Misses' Kid Foxed 8utt0n..... $1 "5, $2 and $2 25
Ladies' Fine Cured Kid, Sewed, Buckle or Tie Misses' Kid 8utt0n.......... $125
New-ports (own make)... $2 00 Misses' Goat 8a1m0ra15....... $1 Oo
Ladies' Kid Foxed Balmorals..... .......81 00 Chi dren's " B" Calf Shoes.... .75 cents
Ladies' Kid Foxed Balmorals ...81 25 Children's Kid But on Nos. 7to 10}........ 55 cen.s
Ladies' Very Fine Kid Foxed Balmorals, Plain, Infants' Lace Goat. 50 cents
Half and Full Scolloped.. Bl 50, $1.75 and 82 00 Children's Bronze and Buff Newport Ties, No«.
Ladies' All-serge Congress, Broad and Easy, Old 4 to 10} 75 cents
Lady's 5h0e...... '.''. $2 00
tS SEXD FOR PRICE LIST OF CLOTIUXC, DRY GOODS. HATS. MILLIXEEY,
BOOTS AND SHOES. iiayff ' ■ -.
RED HOUSE TRADE UNION,
NOS. 700, 714 AXD 716. •••••• •••-» STHEET
C. H. GILMAN, Proprietor - - - - - •-■.-' Sacramento, Cal.
BUCKEYE MOWER AND REAPER,
Champion Mower and Reaper,
Tiger Self-operating Sulky Hay Rakes,
Hollingsworth Sulky Hay Rakes.
A LL KINDS O F
AGRICULTURAL MACHINES ABU IMFLEMEHTS,
"Wagons, Hard-ware, Etc.
BAKER & HAMILTON,
SACRAMFXTO ...........apl-4pt1... .....SAY FBAXCISCO
DR. G. DODGE
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM NINTH
and G streets, to J street, between Sixth a d
bevenlh. Office hours, trom 9 to 11 A. M., 1 to 3
and oto 8 I*. M. Diseases of the heart and lung, a
specialty. - au2l-lmlp*
C. F. SiiiKLi'B, formerly Fore- ) , W bitelaw.
man C. P. Boiler Shop. )
SHIELDS A WBITELAW,
MANUFACTURERS OF STEAM BOILERS,
Second strtet, between Land M, Sacramento.
Orders for Repairs and Sheet Iron Work promptly
attended to incity and country. Railings, Gratings,
Pop Valves and Steam Fittings of all descriptions.
■-. ■-.---: i "-.-■-■ au2l-4plm
Jons Barney. "•:*- 1 j H. C. Vaxdkxbiro,
late of the Golden Eagle. ) 1 formerly of " Forest.
.-.-'. — rROPRIETORS OF TIIB-^-
J STREET, BETWEEN SECOND AND THIRD,
near Third. Always the best of Wines, Liquors
and Cigars the market affords. aul7-tf^
■W. R. KNIGHTS,
/CORNER OF FRONT AND L STREETS
I. Highest price for Hides, ' Sheep Pelts and
Tallow. Supplies Butchers with Salt, Paper, latest
mproved Sausage Machines, Stuffere, Lard Presses,
Etc. Prompt cash returns made for all consign-
menu. ..■"_.■ * ■"*■"-*""
MADAME CHARLOTTE ROBERT,
FROM PARIS, HAS OPENED A FIRST-CLASS
• Dressmaking Est blishment, southwest comer
Eighth and I streets. - Presses made in the latest
Parisian styles, ami at reasonable rates. au!7-lm
CHARLES T. JONES . AND ED. 51. MARTIN,
Attorney .-at-Law and Notaries Public, have
removed their office to No. 607 I street, between
Sixth and Seventh. ■' ■ -. ju2.-4plm -
H. F. ROOT. ALII. KRILSOS. *. musoou.
ROOT, : NEILSON A CO., ff
UNION FOUNDRY— IRON AND BRASB
Founders and Machinists, Front street, be-
tween N and O. Castings ana Machinery of every
description made to order. Ju_4-4plm::.
1854. F. POSTER, 1819.
■ >OOK BINDER, PAPER RULER AND BLANK
£> Book Manufacturer, No. 819 J street, between
Third and Fourth. aiciamento. a ■■■' V au2o-_ptf
.; , W. A. ni'GHSOX. M. D.. \g
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
- Office, southwest corner of Seventh and J
streets in Bry«'s new building, up stairs. Real
lence, southeast comer of Seventh and N streets,
Sacramento. Office hours : Ito 3 and 6toBr. x.
..-..-. . " '■ ■ :. -i Ju_s--pl-- ■ ----- ■
DR. HATCH. -
y-a FFICE 84 J STREET.— OFFICE HOURB: S
OFFICE and J STREET. -OFFICE HOURS : -
A. v. and 12:3 C to 1 P. M. jy2»-tt
-v. MRS. DB. .S. E. ROWERS. - ,I \
ELECTRO-THERAPEUTIST. .— OFFICE AND
residence, No. 919 I street. : Office hours : 10
M.to - 4p. m.. Consultation free. ■ .:■ aull-lm -\
j.oa___.-.' ''*:''- ■ J.OROLT.
-:■ r.f CARLE A CROLT, -__..'.,.-.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, ARK PRE-
* pared to do all kinds of work in their | me, in
city or country. I Princiial place of business, Sacra-
mento. - Shop, 82 Second street, between X and I .
Post-office Box, 410, Sacramento. - " -' - JylB 4ptf ..
. DR. WALLACE A. BRIGGS
HAS REMOVED ' HIS OFFICE 5 AND ; RESI-
• denoe to Dr. -O. L. Simmons' Building, J i
street, between Second and Third. ■ Office hours : 8
to 9 A. - m., 11 A. -v to 2p. a, and BtoBr. »■ Jyl2-tf
* -= ; : CAPITAL ALE VAULTS,
NO. 302 J,r AND 3 1006. THIRD ,'i STREETS
Hot Lunch daily from 11 A. _.* to 1 o'clock
r. _."' The • Best of * Wines, Liquors and Cigars. .
; *y__-4pl__ , . '■ BGWF.RS _ LONO ABAUOH. -*. i
:.;.;'■- E. I_ BILLINGS ._ = CO.,
IMPORTERS t AND : WHOLESALE : DEALERS
.' in Fine Brandies, Wines and Liuuors. , Agents
for Dr. Jaffe's Celebrated Cinchona Bitters; also,
agents for Litton Springs Seltzer Water, Sonoma
county, California. No. 11l X street, between Fourth
and Filth. "a. - ■■:■ -■■-■ ■•■'■'■-'- ""•-■-■ ■-'•y-w'** *o*__ -4plm ;■"
. . CREED ; HAYMOXD, yy?
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
s >\_. Office in Qulnn's new building, corner of
; Fourth and J streets (up staire), Sacramento. (ju6-»o
IRON and BRASS FOUNDER AND MA-
chinist.- Castings 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. Comer ot Front and
N streets. Ju26-4pl_-
H. U. McTFILLIAMS.
HOPE IRON WORKS, FRONT STREET, BE-
tween 1 and J. Machinery of all kinds made
to order and repaired. Sole manufacturer of Car-
lisle's Patent Derricks. Lawn .lowers Repaired.
For sale, a 25-horse stationary engine and b-iler,
Jl 111 . STKETZ,
SUCCESSOR TO FOX _ STRU'IZ, IMPORTER
and Wholesale Dealer in Wines and Liquors,
No. 41 J street, Sacramento Sole agent for A.
Hupfel's Sons' New York Beer. au!4 -4| dm
GROVE L. JOHNSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW-OFFICE, FIFTH ST.,
betwi -n I and J. Residence, No. 207 I
street, between Seventh and Eighth. ]ylo-4olm
M. B. BEARD A CO.,
STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS. WRAPPING
Paper, Etc., No. 812 J street, between Third
and Fourth. y " * Jy6-4plm
8. SOLON HOLL.
ATTORNEY AND COU AT-LAW,
CORA__ SI3tTU AND I STRII--S, SAC___R_ro,
Cat. ... jy3o-4pltn
Wlf. ELLEKY BRIGGS. M. D.,
OCULIST, AURIST AND PHYSICIAN ■ FOR
Diseases of the Throat. Office, 429$ J street,
corner of Fifth, over Sacramento Bank, Sacramento,
Cal. Hours— 9:3o to 12 a. _.; 1 to 4 p. M. Sundays—
9:30 to 11 A.M.; Ito4P. M. ■'-•-- ■ Jyl-tf
W. R. NORTON,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER — L STREET,
between Front and Second. Office— Room 70,
International Hotel. All work satisfactorily exe-
cuted, in city and country. "* aull-lm*
MISS L. J. KELLOGG. H. D.,
TTOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN— OFFICE AND
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN— OFFICE AND
residence, Nathan building, corner of Seventh
md I streets. Office hours, 8:80 A _.. 2to 4
and 7 to 8 P. II ■ ju3o-4plm
T. B. MeFAB tAND.
ATTORNEY AT LAW— OFFICE, SOUTHWEST
corner of J and Fourth streets. Residence,
H street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth, auff-4
--.■-..-.■. -. : C. 11. ' KBEBS ' A C 0. ,. -
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS,
Glass, Varnishes, Brushes, Wall Paper, V. indow
Shades and Wax Flower Goods, Pictures, Moldines
Painter, and Artists' Materials, No. 626 J, and 1006
Seventh street. Sacramento, Cal. -4ptf
LV .* J. A. CUNNINGHAM.
SACRAMENTO BOILER AND IRON WORKS,
I street," between Front and Second, Sacra-
mento. Manufacturer of Steam Boilers, Sheet lion
Work, etc. - Also, all kinds of Repairing. Chang lie
Portable Boilers from Wood to Straw Burners a
Specialty.. . ■ ■* au6-_ptf
-'-:.';-"*. BEMOVAL. .- '
DR. NIXON HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO
M street, between Ninth and Tenth streets.
No. 918. Will visit Railroad Hospital at 9:30 a. m.
daily. ■ f'.r ifi-.. ;_'.-. ...... -ff:. v9 * tI £
DR. Q.L. SIMMONS;, ;■"-.- f
NO. 212 J STREET, BETWEEN SECOND AND
Third, Sacramento. '■'!•
„-.".*_ -:r: > (9 to 10 A. M.) *
tS Office nours:- 2to4p. «. > . ap29-lptf
..-.;.;*.= :■-:- 17 to 8 P. M. I. . ■
The Pioneer Box. Factory
- _-- ■- -'--.. ,-■--■-•■ "5...-y. • iy... -is ' .
Still Ahead or all Competitor >-.
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'-*." -.'■ coß_n_i or ■ ," ";■■ -'-'.';'.-.*:.-
Front and M streets...... ...... SaeramenU
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MR3." L. NELSON, . DRESSMAKER,! NO. 928
*: Tenth street, between J and I. '- Dresses and
cloaks made in the latest style and very beautifu'ly
done at very reasonable rates. i aul7-lw* --
• MEDICAL. .
TO THE UNFORTUNATE !
DR. GIBBON WPENSI-RY,
023 Kearny St., ■ San I'rancisco.
>«•""• *****. Established in ISSt,' f».
/if yk'- the trea_u_nt of Sevn
fi '*«s*\ and Seminal dUcasea
k5«25?—^.-^-^Jil «:ch as aonorrhea. Gleet.
_S_i-_r___^-E_il _ Strictures, Syphilid In al!
" /ii^-^^CS^v-*^ ita term*. Seminal Weak-
K^*~l fv^. '^KjU n *"S Impotoncy, Skin
■ »__- 1 « -■ w*S_ DiX ' a;Be, • • tc -> * perma-
-5_ - *_i-^_it_M_ nently cured or no d i arc-
' i-*-*S*svi< C' -M** rn,,n ** Weakness.
s'W\?' . ___B_B_- Sea 111 ' Emissions, the
-^_^t_^_<_--- -^v^ : * Th ''* 60 ' it,i: T vico cr Jc *
VSi-o^^s?^S^_^sSSs£SSS."» P r » ve, sexual indiilfcr.ee,
is practiced by the youth of both sexes to
an almost unlimited extent, producing with un-
erring certainty the following train of morbid
symptoms, unless combated by scientific medi-
cal measures, vis.: ' Sallow countenance, dark
spots under the eyes, pain in the head, ringing In
the ears, noise like the rustling of !__ve* ar.d rat-
tling of chariots, uneasiness about the loins, weak-
ness of the limbs, confused vision, blunted Intellect,
loss of confidence, diffldenee In approaching stran-
gers, a dislike _> form new acquaintances, dis post
tion to shun society, loss of memory, hectic Pushes,
pimples and various eruptions about the facs
furred tongue, fetid breath, coughs, consumptloe
night sweats, monomania and frequent insanity.
t't'KED AT HOME. :
Persons VI a distance may he cured at home by __
dressing a letter to DR. GIBBON, statin.' case,
symptoms, length of time the dise_se has continued,
and have medicines promptly forwarded, tree from
damage and curiosity, to any part of the country,
with full and plaii. directions. By Inclosing ten do!
lars, in registered letter, through the P.a_t-oiE_*, oi
through Wells, Fargo _ Co., a package of medicine
will be forwarded to any part of the Union. Please
say you saw this advertisement in the UNU
DAM. Address, DR. J. F. GIBBON,
Ja_4-4ptl Box 1.057 San Frandscc
DR. SPINNEY & CO.,
OF NO. II KEARNY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO,
Treat all Chronic and Special Diseases.
_w \«; MEN
WHO MAY BK SUFFERING FROM THE
.%V effects of youthful follies or Indiscretion,
will do well to ..vail themselves of this, the greatest
boon ever laid at the altar of suffering humanity,
DU. SPINNEY will guarantee to forfeit (£OO foi
every case of Seminal Weakness or Private Disease
of any kind or character which he undertakes and
tails to cure
MIDDLE-ACER ME*. i . "
There are many at the age of thirty to sixty who
are troubled with too frequent evacuation cl the
bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or
burning sensation, and a weakening of the system in
a manner the patient cannot account for. On exam-
ining the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often
be found, and sometimes small particles of albumen
will appear, or the color will bo of a thin milkish
hue, again changing to a dark and torp" * -ppearance.
There are many men who die of thi. .Acuity, Igno-
rant of the cause, which is tne second stage of sem-
inal weakness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect curt
in all such cases, and a healthy restoration of ths
Office hours— lo to 4 and • to.B. Sunday from
10 to II A. a. Consultation free. Thorough exam-
ination and advice, *_. Call or address
Hit. _ I*l_i_EY A CO..
No. 11 Kearny str-st, San Franclsoo.
P. S.— private diseases of short standing, a full
~>irse of medicines, sufficient for a cure, with all
instructions will 1* sent to any address for $10.
NO MORE BACKACHE.
NO .MORE KIDNEY TROUBLES.
\V»** C LLEBRAT_e i^f
Kind nature's own remedy— her "last, best gift tc
man.** A plant which grows in mountain fastnesses,
seldom trodden by human foot.
There are thousands afflicted «-_i diseases of th«
Kidneys or Urinary Organs who suffer in silence rather
than to make known their troubles. Others seek reliel
by the a.** of various patent medicines, which, if they
do not aggravate the disease at least do not lessen it.
Even those who secure the advice of physicians often
fail to get relief, owing to the very complicated and
delicate nature of the organs affected. The OrV-ON
Kidney Tea is — strictly vegetable production, and
will not injure the smallest child, nor the most deli'
woman, but will cure Pain in the Pack a- d Kidneys,
non-retention of Urine/Diabetes, In<_unniation ot the
Iliad- or Kidneys. Krick Dust Deposit in Urine, Leo-
corrhoca. Painful or Suppressed Menstruation, and a!
complaint.-; arising from *% diseased or debilitated state
©f the kidneys or urinary organs of euhes Sex
Hodsc, Davis & Co., Prcprietcrs,
tSrl'OK SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS."^
Price. ONE DOLLAR*
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REAL ESTATE & INSUEANCE.
BDW. CAD WALASXX. CUAS. R. PARSONS.
CADWALADER & PARSONS p
(Successors to Edw. Cadwalader),
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
NO. 61 J STKEET.
tS Real Estate Bought and Sold on Commission.
_•■_■■ TOR TIIS . ...
UNION OF SAN FRANCISCO.
HAM BURG -BREMEN,- ._.*.;. -.?"- v.y.
NORWICH, UNION AND LANCASHIRE FIR
INSURANCE COMPANIES ; and the -
MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. OF NEW YORK.
W. P. COLEMAN.
REAL TATE SALESROOM, .9 J STREET .
Beal Estate Bought A Sold os Cunamiostoß.
Agent for the
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE,
FIREMAN'S FUND OF SAN FRANCISCO
FIRE COMPANIES.— the
N. Y. LIF -INSURANCE COMPANY. Jn_o jnlm
TNSURANCE COMPANY, SAN .FRANCISCO.
Fire and Marine.
CAPITAL, fully paid.:........ ...;... $150.0-0
- Losses promptly adjusted and paid in gold coin.
CADWALADER _ PARSONS, ..
General Agents Sacramento Div'n, No. 61 J street
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OFFICE OF INSURANCE COMMISSIONER OF
-the Mate of California, San Francisco, July
SOth, li_io.— To all whom it may concern: The
Manufacturers' Insurance Company, of New-ark,.
New Jersey, having this day surrendered its certifi-
cate of authority previously granted, thus with-
drawing from business in this State, notice of such
withdrawal is hereby given, p irsu ant to the require-
ments of Section 595 of the Political Code. Said
Company U no longer authorized to do business in
this ."tate. ; y. . J. C. MAYNARD, :
jy3l-lm -*,:' ■: Insurance Commissioner.
THE WONDER, OF THE EWORLD!
IS GOOD * NEWS * FOR ALL! *W
-i" WHICH IS (NOW- TO BB
Far Superior to Anything Yet Discovered"
. for Killing
Rats, ;■■ Mice,; : Insects fon _ ■ Ponltry,
ANTS, BUGS, C.JCKROACIFB, BLACK .
Beetles, Fleas on Dogs, Blight and hisoeta
on Plants. Moth in Furs, Tick or Scab on Sheep or
Goats; also, on Cattle, etc. .
'- I_T This preparation has been applied wi»h great
success against the Insects that attack the Coffee
Plants, and would doubtless be equally efficacious |
with the Tea Plants. _3_SSS-_£-.
SOLD IN PACKETS: j.y
At _le per packet; or Six Packets. $1 '.'5.
tS This Towder is warranted free from all bad
smell, and will keep in any climate, y It mar be
spread anywhere without risk, as it 1* quite harm-
less to Cats or Dogs, »s they will not eat it.
Direct!' ns for use on each packet. • > '■ ■-'-
: Mauuf -ctory : ,- GRAVEL ■ LANE, i. Houndsditch,
City of London, England. ( . -:,-!.-. •"'-.. •;_'.? •
__r The- abovo discovery has gained for PROF. -
HERMAN a Silver Prize Medal at the Inter Colonial
Exhibition of Victoria, Australia, of 186-", besides
I numerous Testimonials.
"- tS SoleAjents-.H. C. KIRK CO., J street,
Sacramento. ' ■ : . . ? -- ..' . -- .. ■-. - . au7-4 p_m
PIONEER LIVERY STABLE.
t. D. SC__T_P.'.:/ : ..'.:'..':'.r...."......V.-^prieto
HACKS ON CALL AT ANY i HOUR gtt^__
day or night. Coupes,' Phaeton.., *^MR
Rockaways, Barouches," Buggies, with the S«2l_
beat roadsters to be found in any livery- stable on ths
coast for hire. Horses kept In livery at reaaonable
rates. * Stables on Fourth street, between I and .