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THE DAILY RECORD-UNION..
t113AT. . . - •• —■•• •• • OCTOBER 13, issu." \
COMMERCIAL.
San Francisco Produce Market.
i-:. ..;>-.&_■ FaiKcraco, October 14th— 1 r. a. ' - .
.Fuit'R— The demand for export to China by the
- next . steamer . is : light, r-: Weil-informed parties t
claim that the shipment will be much smaller than
. tsual. -"jWe r- quote : ■ '. Rest s City Extra, I $SS7J;j
EaterS 1 Extra, $5 121@5 '.!:.; Supcrane, *3 75!g4 25: [
tc'xrior Extri, $1 75(35 ; Interior Superfine, $3 75 |
£* I'_. ; Oregon Extra, $4 50«4 75 ; choice do, $5 ;
Oretroa osporQne, 83 7:-iT! 12} ; Walla Walla Extra,
14 71. .. 9 btl' !«..■•.- . :. -■■
Wusax— The market to-day showed slight signs
of reaction.', Ycsterdiy morning it was currently
rumored that private advices from Liverpool de
noted a decline of 61 in cargoes, but later dispatches
through pnbUo channels did not confirm the state
ment. . Tin- spit market «_» reported to be eteady
at Monday's advance, while cargoes were unchanged,
thouj-b quiet Instead of brisk ss on the day previous.
■ No telegrams were received up to tbe close of early
n«e, and the market at the conclusion of tho
" session was somewhat unsettled and irregulai . Mill
ers claimed $1 50 to be the top ruling price, and a
salu of 2,000 ctls choice at that figure would seem to
subrtantiatc that opinion. Other transactions eai
braeed 12,003 ctls No. 1, SI 471; .'OO do do. $1 45 ;
10 'coo do, geared* up to No. 1, SI 43} ; S.OOOdo No*
" -• --i •.. ■ : MWdod .-'-I ''ii ; 400 do do, $1 42} ; 500
do fair s'uippin-r, Si 32} ; -00 do do, «'l .0; 700 do
dark coast, si '-0; 800 do for superfine, $1 20; 200
do smutty, SI 15 ¥ ctl. At Che close we hear of a
Fak- »f 0,000 cDfl good shipping at .'-'1 45, and a
smaller lot of 1,000 ctls choice nt $1 50". ctL We
quote : < No. 1. $1 Uefl* . 17.'.. with choice milling at
£l 60; No. 2, el 40«1 42} '*> ctL
Jii.LKV— The inquiry appears to . be less active,
thr .._'■; buyers lon Eastern account are 00-clv
watching every luoveinont with a view of pur
, nog brewing for overland shipment. Chev
alier is not doing any better, an exporter baring
secured 2,000 ctls st fl 15 ?* ctl. 7 A lot of 500 sks
" ;. feed and brewing mixed sold for Sljc "£1 ctl. - About
800 ak* feed changed hands in lots at 75c 9M.
Brewing is quotable at 9CK;>i:>ic; feed, 75igS0c;
Chevalier, $1 25gl 30 for choice standard bay, and
tteceftji for coast. '
Oat. - Heavy arrivals of Humboldt this morning
farther increase the stock on baud, j A small lot of
200 i.*-. good feed was reported sold at $1 121 V ctl.
He quote : Humboldt, *l 10(|il 25 ; coast, Slierl 10 ;
Oregon and Washington Territory, *1 ICV'I 25 ; Sur
prise, SI 25*U 35 9 ctl.
Hay —The several qualities arc quotable as follows:
IV : stock, |8 ; Alfalfa, _3&U) ; Stable, 89i_ll ; good
Out, $12 ; good Wheal, £12 50(ei13 * ton. .
Fruit— We hear of no arrivals of cither Black
berries or Raspberries this morning. Prices for
other descriptions show -.. little variation. We
quite Jobbing lots as follows : Apples, to@ooe 9
box for ordinary, and 75e:ietfl for choice qualities ;
Pears, SOatiOc ¥ box; Bartlett do, ;=_ie?3 50 9 box
01 Ota; Quinces, 7fic@fl 9 box; Cauttloupees,
Slrfl 25 «. crate ; Sweetwater Onpcs, 35i_50c ?
bix ; Tokay, 40jr«0c Vboz; Black Hamburg, So@
fiOc 9 box ; . Muscat, 35&. 9 box ; Rose of i'eru,
;i<e.i-iv>e^ box; Watermelons, $s®lo 9 hundred ;
Blackberries, Ss'; Strawberries, fsft'll 9 chest ; Figs,
Si^iCOc * box ; Peaches, elfl 50 9 box ; Plums, 3c
¥ lb tot Ickworth and 4c 9 fbfor German Prunes;
- nr.!;, JOeeilO 5 box for Sicily, and J-e.-jt. for Aus
tralian; Limes, e*:."-,-'V for Mexican; Tamarinds, 12
Mir.. ;.• lb ; Eaeiaaas, t'. \.. i 9 bunch ; Pineapples, $S
f_ii t? dozen ; Tahiti Oranges, .ly-* 9 tamdied; Wis
consin Cranberries, 810 60@12 ". Lbl.
Honai Steady and firm. We quote : Comb, 10(_
IS; str-bied, tj(. ; tor dark and7(_7eVc ¥lb for
white . .
; rrea -Dealers rep it increased shipments from
KvvcivJ dairies. The Hnmbbtdt steamer brings over
10f' packages, about one- third being boxes, while
the remainder consists of keen. We quote as fol
lows for jobbing lots* Fancy, t*_c; clie.ico roll,
37jal0c 9 Ib ; fair to rood, 27t@3^« V lb; in
ferior to i. inary, ''*'„, inside rate for mixed
lots from' country stores. Firkin is quotable at
27}»S0c 9 .t-. Pickled, 30(_32ie. Eastern is iv fair
supply, and 23s__5c 9 lb will probably cover the
"bulk of offerings.
CsaaSa— Prices arc not s.i strong, and dealers find
it no easy task to obtain our top rates, We quote :
OJifcrnia, 1-2 ,i ..-.■; do, ir. drums, li@lsc 9 lb ;
Eastern, 16<glS«: , Western, 14g15c 9 lb.
EeXig— The market has a weak tendency, and our
outside figure i*. scarcely realized for even strictly
choice paresis. Some 53 b-cs Oregon arrived per
steamer today. We quote: California, :'..._ie;
«r.,'.r., _segSfX ; Salt Lake, 25@27}c, with occa
sir nals sales at ßoc; Eastern, 2 ii%>e. ; Lime, 25c.
Poowar ■ Oeoao arc a shade lower under light
demand. Other descriptions are on hanged. He
qu'-tt : Turkeys, ISO-M Vlb for live ; Roosters,
i - :'....,'i0f'..r old.and ft 50 _G for young; Hens, *5C.7 ;
Brc-ilers, i-k<**, accirdiug to size; Ducks, ?4<_s 50
9 eie'Zen ; Geese, $1 75(i_2 <$ pair.
Gain*- Widgeon were unusually plentiful to-day,
anc lower prices prevailed. Common Snipe con
tinue abundant^ with further concessions in favor
of buyers. - We - gi, c the following equitations :
Quail, ii'i-1 12.' ; Mallard Ducks, $3(33 50 *fl ,
do»; Sprigs, ii 75@2; Teal, 81 73<_2 ; Widgeon,
f". "\ 25; Snipe, r.oiiisoc for common, and *2 9
dot for English ; Venison is quotable at feei'oe V '
Be : Hare, |_gf 25; Rabbits, ' $I@l 25; Doves. 7Dc '
9 dozen.
Woob— Moderately active. We quote jobbing lots
follows: Southern fall, 9i?l2c V lb, according to
condition, while good free mountaiu ranges from 13c
to lSe,aa to sliriukagc. Heavy Northern is worth 15@
36c, and choice am range probably from lite to
21c V lb. Eastern Orevon sells st lG<tf2oc for in
ftrior, and 21(e^24c for choice. Fine light fleece |
Val'evs come about 2SeJr2lic, while common grades
a.-*- nomjnally 25K2C-C 1" lb.
San Francisco Meat Market.
Tr.Q market for all kinds of fresh meats i* weak
at onr quotations. Ample supplies arc constantly
arriving. Following arc the rates for whole car
ci*-i-s trora slaughterers lee dealers :
Baar— Prima, s#oc ; medium grades, l#t_c;
inferior, :ta3'c 9 It..
Vha_— Lar-f calves, s<ir6c ; small ones, 7}@SJc
V
V'jtton— Wethers are quotable at l'.(ft:;'c, and
ew«i at 'J'.ieJSc 9 !'.►.
Ltap.— Ouotahle at i<it4\c 9 lb for good to choice. !
Ve&r.— Live hogs. llCe'tJ-! fe-r hard, and 4C<«4lcfor
Keft; Crossed do, oj_T7c 9 lb- y- ■■-': :■.-.
Eastern tai Foreign taaxisix
Nsw Yokh, October 13th. .
E'.s*_sTrrT~— Fieiur is quiet, ami Wheat is mi
" Livr.ifOO., Ot'ohcr 13th.
Wn*.AT— Qtvid to chcicc CaLfeereiii, 3s I'd tu. 10s Id
Sacramscto Market.
ra'.ii— Our Sacramento quotations ..re from
' ti r ■ prlee-list* cf W. I; Strong & Co.. and art
rt. visied un to 6 r «_ yesterday. They rep
rcsyot trade prices, and have in view selected
fruits suitable for shipment : Apples, 90 .-(JSI 10 ;
*] pies, papcrid for lon-.' shipment, 81 2i(al 35 ;
pear*, ordinary varieties, 81 _Mal7fic; Bartlett, 81 76
«#2; prnner,Bl 25 9 b0x ;i«ajies,\crj- sin re, 81 50
HI lb 9 box; figs, 6i?lCc 9 ll ■: plums, very scarce,
.tl feOe.rl 73 ; oranges are quotable at 84tXe<45 i- M, Ta
hiti ; lemons, Sicily, 89.&10 9 box ; California, 848
* M; Australian, 8' et V box; limes, Mexican,
$10 9 be.x ; bananas, $3"; 50 9 bunch ; pine
apples, .{era 9 dozen; tomatoes, 50ijr00c 9 box;
watermelons, BlStl 25 V dorm ; grape«i are in
raritty at 75c(,j»l 9 cast ; Crapes, in bxs, _5eS»
75c : rantalou[>e«, toe V d. Zen ; quinoos, 8101 25
9 \-,\: cranberries, s-u- -i.: 9 :.',!. Bartlett
pea** scarce and in go< A demand. Tomatoes nearly
out of market. Choice apples for long keeping are
now coming foraard.
Fbkiv— Our quotations arc f.- m the price-lists oi
J. A. Burr, of this city, and arc ce.errecU.ei to dato : j
Oat hay, HOftli V ton, baled ; :..:::, i~u>? 9 ton, \
ha.'i.: ; bran, $11^12 9 ton ; barley, S;.*i«Ssc Vc* I ;
jrrcennd barley, 95c@*l V cwt.; wheat, $1 25<_1 35
Ve»t;o.ts.tlßse.«ewt.«MH
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK SALES.
Has Francisco. October it, ISSO ,
aoiiNiNO SESSION.
4r.f , t h. Ml r.i - Belcher -
175 Mesxiean BJffß{ ISOOrennan. 125 I
150e'«n'el * C SS- 78"> Justice K-fl 05 i
7'i Rest _ Belcher.. -M"*: SWUnieiu !.'. ''1 . ■
7 i '.II .raia. . -' C&ir-'l i.i'ilii . .60;
S'..S»Tai* .....1 63 - 5 ilia.. 2 7Mat 7il
S'eC'Ooa. Va.....2 95(;r2 M SfOCalvdonia 25ey,20e
3KeC_u_ar 2 05 .SOHllrer Hill 3(ntj3sc
SIC Potosl 2 55ejt2 60 1175 New York 15c i
'. H.4N"or ti 120 Cluller.jju 1
SiuO. Point ...1 STerl 70| StO OccidenuL.l Ws-il 10 '
«- S. Nerada ICjutlli 15i) Lady Wash 25c
>i* belcti-r 3r0«3 5. 100 tndos 1 ii ■
14? Imperial ?Scl ISO Ben oa 1 20e?rl 1> '
W- Keutuck 2-"eel r*) "• ri)|...u 1 60
♦UA-pli*. 11 100 Wales 165
75 Tub '>.r>. 20 N. Itouaiza 20c
«05Uuiii.M. i-"--i;e I 515 J„cl-rt... i Cdji-t 75
'h_iucr..l sC»yi 15 !
imuogs scskiok.
10 Kc-eka 'on IB SlM Ooodnhiw ..30c
«<. N Belle. 11. IMC i.c ilia 70e
SSOAntenta 30c ; 14 .C'haniDi.eo lCi.elsc
- ]silXa.'ajo SV-, 3 J) It. Hawk 10c
* Da* l^ci 3's) Mono 55<rt50c
250 Alblon 30c. »90 I'uin-rsity 10c
350 '- ... .. .1 Ssrtl t'.. 450 Jupifr i ■<-. c
310 ML Diablo. .4 75«_4 61 450 So Bulwter 65o«ac
30 Prire 1 J 10-) Addends . . .3'c I
310 N. Belle Isle. »c. 8. Noonday 2 05«2
ISO Oliuntna. .', 40iBo«to_. I lOfeU 21
185 Bodie 3!' 300 Atlas 25c \
380 Hteiltcl 1 50eT"l 55, 20 Sil»er King 10 I
■ SOOTioea. SSette 350 Booker 10c
■ The remedy that will rare the many diseases
peculiar to women is Warner's Safe Kidney '
and Liver Cure. — [Mother's Magazine. H. j
C. Kirk & Co., »_ents, Sacramento.
I Cheeufcllt Kecommexd Hsmmer's |
Cascjtra Sagrada ■ Bitters for dyspepsia, -
habitual constipation and liver complaint
. They hare made me a well man.
R. Davis, 411 X street. Sacramento.
BsaT.rD's lvrALi.iisu; iNjrrnoN. — The famous i
French remedy for ponoirhioa, fleet, etc. M. S.
Hammer, Sacramento, agent for l'.teiSc coast. Sent
C. O. D. to any address.
» . .
1 - ■'-k's Glvchkoi.k. Tas. Tlie most perfect ,
<•<• .-h cure extant. Hundreds can testify to its .1
effivts ■ „-'.: '
» • .
11 »*¥!-_' s Cascaka Saokada Bitteks for habitus |
c erseloatieen.
List .it i.trrri-.K.-e rkhaimm; i*
_„ the Po»i office at Sacramento on Thursday,
October 14, Is 0:
Ladle** List.
* am*, Miss Emma IMM Mrs Betsy
Aldricb, Mrs Milt.'ii I^wry, Mrs 11 L
Anderson, Mrs A l.usk, Miss Belle
Allison, Mr* Nance McOeiy. Mrs Ellen
Itui.ly, Miss Nellie McCran, Mrs l.ii/ji
H-jyne, Mm Annie E McDowell. Mis* C
Brant, Mrs Lulu .'icirath, Mrs Mary
t Hretc&n, Mi"s II Malnuc, Mrs Elixabcth
Browu, Mrs Eava Mjl e-ie, .Mrs EM
Brown, Miss Ida !•'. Mower, Mrs Abo
<.- ipball, Mm I/da ■ . Moras, Mrs Mary A F
Colbaker, Mrs Jane y Mnckte, Bertha .
C ..rrclii'i, Miss M C Murray. Mrs Ellen
Cramer, Miss Bet! Myers, Mm E . yy^-.
Osvts, Mrs Anu M ' • Mcjers. 'Ire It - f~v'
Danrcr, Louise . Newton, Mws Lou i ;; :
Doiinnue. Mrs Bell* o'iiara. Miss Mirgis, .
Eldred, Mrs Myruii O'Connor, Mis* Mair,'ie
Eilitt, Miss Louise e-N.ii, Mrs J P
: Fur'sy, Josephine > Paek*nl. Sire Lacy
Fellows, Mrs Harriett .i- „; Mrs Elae . :■■
. jv, . Miss Katie l«cr.l, Orrlc ■' y-
n-iitv, Miss Elista -y. ■ Sharp, Ma.y (va!)
Hs-Klln. Miss Katie -'.." .Kiulding, Mrs J R ./,-'.
Hcaliy, Mrs Alice . Stumme, Carrie -^.-.
Henry, Ml** tone • "■• Mtas-Saraliß
Henry, MiisAnnio ? ; Swift, Mrs Laura ys,^
Hill MrsS B 7 .» '" Denurk, Mrs O I
7 KoHman, Mi -s C .-, .- W«H« «. J*** - Ag^j.
Bo.d lira O-u-lc ft«ta_. Mr* Lucy y*.
Hotchl.iss, Mi« d ' . Wsrn*r, Mis' .Emma
Homer, .Vis. M . Weeks, Mrs Nellie -yy-y
■fclisch. Mrs Maria White, Mas Louisa
.Sacobson. Mrs Andrew White. Mrs Wy ,- .. , :
Johns n. Fl-ereucei Wiley, Mis Betty,
tiraes, Tillie . ; «oods, Miss Catherine
lamphi-ey, Mrs Mary - -
Gentlemen's List. !; ,y.i
jw;^ n . Elliott, 7 Mittheral, Wm 'y
AfrSian^n, A Ewing. Wm Merctt J A ;,
.v.e,„ei CA ' Va'-eii. H Morgan, A J -/.-. •
Al-.i°ed'ia,A(val) ' ernsrrfes M P Ncthercott, J,s -
Ames H --"' -Either, M r • Morton, JH
iiielen Geo Flagg, John - O'Loiishlou. L '
Raker G W -*. Furlong, MW '; O'Neil, Frank '
Barret'to.'A J 7 Gallashcr, M M ,T»eason, Jas ,
Bit I*,1 *, HO Greenlaw. L-2 ; Pettitt, Cr '"
Batman-, J i t Hall, DrThos y Pinkstouc. A J
Batzer. John 1 ■ Hirrison. JK >. Pritchard. RT /
Bell, Melviu .: . Harris, w7. '".. Proctor, E A
Betzel ML - ' Earvey, R Jr.' ' Itavround, L D .
Bolt, MY 1 ..-; -.' .- Hadden, HII iy: Reilly, Thos ,'. '-■■:
Rilby, Me- : ' Higbie. Wm Reimundo, A -
Block, FM*- Pill, H ..-■'--: • Rodriiroes, M A ; .
Block, O W - Howard, QM . ' Runyon, II W
Bower, John ' Hurly, P H ' ...' Sacone, Q
lt*Tilict, F Isaacson, lsaac " Sehultz, II E
I'errick, Thos Johnson, Oil Search. W "..
Carpenter. WH Johnson, Frank Sherran. E >
Chance. XT S Johnson. J C .; Smith, HE.
Christie, Robert Johnson, II W - Smith, W L
Chestnut, J W Kcnedv, 3v Standyard. «*m
Clark AF. Kendall. Wm Thomas, David
Coatos, Edw- Kinsr, H ■ ' Toomey, Dennis
Coffman, John Kinishott, I! Toohey, C
Coustantine, C Kiiiiilchers-c, R RTravis, E.l
Conway, HA Knight, J R J Trapovic, v
CoTarrnbias.N A Kooper, Cli Tan Syekle, M :
Davis, John N KramaMC, Jos ** alsh, ■■■-..
Davis F G langdon, W H W eldon, J ll '
D mayne, AR Lawrence. Wm White. R D
Dod"e, Van C Lem~ges Son, J Willard, II E ,y... (
Dodge, OP McCann, Jas Wilson, Jos
D'inneiev, John Mclnaniey Jns Wilson, EC ; -.
Dunn, Frederick MnL lie, M J . . / Wilson, Ed
Duncan. Abram Manson, M Wright, Ii;
Pari, Edwin Markwart, II , Wright, R • - .
Eberle, Leonard Marks, .1 Young, C II
Miscellaneous. ..;.*".
"Ce^C," Liquor Deal- Sacramento Rubber Com-
ers - 1»".V :. '
.VV O. JIOPPDefO, Pewtniast^r.r
"politioal" -
"In my opinion tbe best interests or the
whole conniry. North and South, demand
Ihe success or ihe ticket bended by Gar*
Held and Arthur."— E. 8. CKAST.
EepnMcan Meetings !
J. W. BRIER, ESQ.,
WILL ADDRESS THE PEOPLE ON THE
issues of the day at
SONORA ...Saturday, October 23
COLUMBIA. .........Monday, October 25 .
QUARTZ MOUNTAIN.... Tuesday, October 20
CHINESE CAMP. Wednesday, October 27
GROVELAND ............... Thursday, October 28
CT The County Committee will please make the
necessary arrangements for the meetings.
' . By order of the Republican State Central Com- '
mittee. V. B. CORNWALL, Vice-Cha'rman. .
Javks R. Finlatsqn, Secretary. 011-5t
REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. |
FOR PRESIDENT :
JAMB A. eUAKPIELD ..Ohio
VICE PRESIDENT :
< 111 -Hi: A. AIITIIER... New York '
' I
ELECT Olt Al TICKET. I
'AT LARGE) :
John F. Miller Napa
Henry Edserlon Sacramento '
John A. Itnn<-r.... San Franclseo
Charles N. Fox .Alameda '
W. XT. NcKais .....Colnsa
T. K. Bard Ventura
ALTERNATES.
(AT LARGE):,
Hetry Cowcll.. .........;. Santa Crna
W. T. Garratt Pan Francisco
Charles Kohler San Francisco
James A. louthltt ..San Joaqnln
Sam. Cassldy Sonoma
Waller S. Moore los Angeles
MEMBER OF CONGRESS.
SECOND DISTRICT:
11. F. PAGE ..;..... El Dorado
COI' X T T TICKET.
fJ. X. YOrXG,
FOR ASSEMBLY-! W. C. VAX FLEET.
(j. E. HIKER.
SHERIFF— A. HI.II.BKO>.
COUNTY CLERK— TI! _ MAS 11. BKBI.EV.
AUDITOR AND RECORDER— >V. E GEO EER.
COUNTY TREASURES— A. S. GREENLAW.*!
DISTRICT ATTORNEY— SOLOS HULL.
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR— H. 8. BEtLS. ;;*
COUNTY CORONER— J. I CUM A. :?v
COUNTY SURVEYOR— J .II PEARSON.
SUP. FIRST DISTRICT -JOHV DREMAX.
SUP. SECOND DISTRICT— J. W. 11..0 X. .
SUP. THIRD DISTRICT— S. BLtltt.
SUP. FOURTH DISTRICT— 9. XX. BGTLEU.
SUP. FIFTH DISTRICT— ». J. MF.RBLEY.
SUP. SIXTH DISTRICT— EH. CBBBTT.
SUP. SEVENTH DISTRICT— I*. K. BE( KI.F.Y.
FOR POLICE JUDGE OF SACRAMENTO CITY :
C. II AIMS.
JUSTICES OF THE PLACE. SACRAMENTO CITY :
4. <.'. TI'BBS.
P. ii. COGGI.tS.
FuR TOWNSHIP JUSTICE:
THOS. W. GILMF.It.
„,.-,,,„, p , (FRAXK SMI FT.
CONSTABLE.— j j v MEDLEY.
.:.-:':. oitd
REPUBLICAN MEETINGS !
rr*UE REPUBLICAN COUNTY CANDIDATES
a. will address the citizens of the county at tho
nriog-i smed places:
ISLETON.. ....Friday, Octoher 15
FREEPORT .Saturday, October 16
MICHIGAN BAR Monday, October IS
FOWLER'S SCHOOL-UOUSE..Tuesday, October 19
HOWELL'S "...Wednesday, October 20
ENTERPRISE (Grange Hall)..Thur*day, October 21
ANTELOPE FriJay, October 22
ELK GROVE. Saturday, October 23 :
FOLSOM..i. ..Monday, October 25
SLOUGH HOUSE Tuesday, October 2(1 j
SUTTERVILLE. Thursday, October 2S |
FLORIN.... Saturday, October £0 j
SACRAMENTO.. Monday, Xovcmbrr I j
-J. C. DAVIS, Chairman. ; .
A. .1. llimiik. See Ctsry. s2S td_
"In in) opinion the best Intiro-I* of the
v» bole country. North and South, demand
tbe success of the ticket headed by Gar*
Held and Arthur." I . S. GHAUT.
EepnMcan Meetings !
HON. H. F. PAGE,
REPUBLICAN :
Nominee for Congress, Second District,
WIU ADDRESS THE PEOPLE ON THE
t \ issues of tit day as follows :
LINCOLN ......... ........ Fridaj-, October 15 \
ANTIOCH... .......Saturday, October 16 |
NORTONVILLE.. /........... Monday, October 18 I
WALNUT CREEK. At 2r. M. Tuesday, October IK
PACHEC0.^... .......:..... Tuesday, October 19
HAYWARCS...... ..Wednesday, October 20 i
CENTERVILLE. .Thursday, October 21
MISSION SAN J05E.......... .Friday, Octoher 22 j
PLEASANTON* At 2 r. M. Saturday, October 23 '
LH'ERMORE. ....:......... ..Saturday, October 23 '
SAN LEANDRO . . . . . .". ... '.'. . Monday, Octolcr 25 j
BERKELEY.. ....;... Tuesday, October 26 |
OAKLAND... ....'..... ....Wednesday, October 27
WEsT OAKLAND. .;*.'.. .''.'.V. Thursday, October 23 j
ALAMEDA..^. ."........:...... Friday, October 29
PLACERVILLE. ........ .....Saturday, October 30
GE0RGET0WN. ..........: .Monday, November U
CT County Committees will please male ail neces-
sary arrangements for the meetings. . , '
HON. C. X. FOX will accompany MR. PAGE
and Kpe.a'.s at Martinez, lone, Sutter Creek, Jackso i,
Hekoh-Raa ] Hill. San . Andreas, ;. I hot Ranch '
Ce.e'.im.bi:. • and -: Sonera; and *.E.\. JOUX 'F. '
MILLER at Auburn. Grass Valley," NeT»da City,* [
Batch Flat, Stockton, Plymouth and Amador City, j
I!OX. XEWT OX ' 800 Til : will Ikeveise spelt ■
with MIL PAGE at pISMf tube hereof ter designated. '■ ;
"* By order of the Republican State Central Com-
mittee. : • P B. CORNWALL, Vico-Chairmsn.vi I
J.tiiM 1L FiMJiVb in, Secreiarj'. %; 522-tl t, •
POLITICAL.

"In my opinion the best Interest. of tiie
whole country. North and South," demand
the siici-c-* ol the ticket beaded by Gar*
field and Arthur."— l . 8. GBAXT.lMfis§tr

RpMcan Meetings!
HON. W. H. SEARS
■y\ .---■■'.'•y:-:. 77 "':.', :' '
WILL ADDRESS [ THE j PEOPLE | ON ..- THE-
!»,»"." issues of the day at
PETALUMA ........ ........Friday, October 15
ANTIOCH.. ...1.. ...Saturday, October 16
N0RT0NV1LLE. . , ...... .'. . . : .M0nday, Cctober 1.
PACHECO.... .:■:'...:..'.'„'. Tuesday, October 19
DANV1LLE. . . ... . . . . . : . . . Wednesday, October 20
MARTINEZ. . . : . . . .*. ........ .Thur5day, October 21
MONTEREY ... .... .'.: . . . .".*..'?; Friday, October 22
SALINAS.. "/:...........'..'.... Saturday, October 23
NORTH SAN JUAN. J..'..'V'. : Tuesday, October 26
NEVADA CITY Wednesday, October 27
GRASS VALLEY .'...!... .l. Thursday, October 23
TRCCKEE....... ......'..:... Saturday, October 50
, CT County Committees will please make all the
necessary arrangements for the meetings.
8 By order of the Republican State Central Com-
mittee.' - ■:' W. W. MORROW,' Chairman, 'i
.' James R. Fixi.atsOX, Secretary. ypl3-5t
" In my opinion tbe beat Inter' sts of Ibe
whole country, North and South, demand
the success or the ticket beaded by Gar*
field and Arthnr.**-E. S. GRANT. "., ,*,
Eepnlcan Meetings,
LINCOLN D. WRICHT, ESQ.
WILL ADDRESS TnE PEOPLE ON THE
issues of the day at ,
I OS 8AN05. . ...... T.. .Saturday, October 10
PLAINSBCItG Monday, October 18
SNELLING............ Tucrday (noon), October 19
HORNITAS : . . .Tuesday, October 19
WASHINGTON MINE. Wednesday (noon), October 20
BEAR VALLEY..... ;..:.'.. Wednesd y, October 20
MAR1P05A. . ' ....... .... . . . .Thursday, Ootober 21
______
„'t. Tbe County Committees will please see that all
the necessary arrangements are made for the meet-
ings.
By order of the Republican State Central Com-
mittee. - W. W. MORROW, Chairman. .
' Jamks R. ' Fisi.atsox, Secretary. 013-.^ '-■
" In my opinion Ihe best Interest* of Ibe
whole country, North and South, demand
the success ol the ticket headed by Gar*
Held and Arthur."— V. 8. GBAKT.
n 1 ii '-■ ■ ia* 7 1 •' 7 --''' 77 "'
Eepnlcan Meetings,
— - ' v
HON. CALVIN EDGERTON
AND
HON. M. D. MERRICK
WILL ADDRESS THE PEOPLE ON -. THE
issues of the day at
CAMPT0NV1LLE ......:..... .Tuesday, October 19
NEVADA CITY. / : . . . .Wednesday, October 20
GRASS VALLEY ......Thursday, October 21
MARYSVILLE.... „..'... Monday, October 25
COLUSA .'...; '.:. ..'.... Thursday, October 2S
Hon. Calvin Edgerton
WILL SPKAK AT '•
AUBURN. Friday, Octolicr 22
L1NC0LN. .. ....;.... . . . .Saturday, Cctober 23
WHEATLAND. Tuesday, October 20 1
MERIDIAN Wednesday, October 27
PR1NCET0N ......'............. Friday, October 29
WILLOWS Saturday, October 30
■ ___ ;
Hon. M. D. Merrick
WILL SI'I.AK AT
COLFAX Friday, October 22
ROSEVILLE Saturday, October 23
SMARTs VI LLE ! . . ■'. .t Tuesday, October 26
LIVE 0AK........ ....... Wednesday, October 27
GRIMES' LANDlNG. ..'.....^.".Friday, October 29
WILLIAMS ..."......:.. .Saturday, October 30
Cg' County Committees will please make the
necessary arrangements for the meetings.
By order of the Republican State Central Com-
' mittee. ' P. B. CORNWALL, Vice-Chairman. .
- Jamks It. FncnTßoa, Secretary. .'-.■"'■ -."- - oil St
"In my opinion the best Interests of the
whole country, Xorlh and South, demand
ihe success or Ihe ticket beaded by Gar-
Held and Arlhnr."— l'. 9. ; CBANT.
EepnMcan Meetings.

HON. GEORGE F. BAKER
j WILL ADDRESS THE PEOPLE ON THE
jV » issues of the day at ill?l§|i
! MERCED Friday, October 15
i LOS ANGELE5.'. ..... . . . . '. . .Saturday, October 16
' SAN DIEGO.".'. . £5 . ..... .Monday, October 18
SAN FRANC15C0 .............. Friday, Oct >ber 22
OAKLAND. Saturday, October 23
SACRAMENTO.'. Thursday, October 3S
MARYSVILLE.". Friday, October 29
5T0CKT0N...... ............5aturday, October 30
CT County Committers will picas'" make the
necessary arrangements for the meetings. .
~ By order of the Republican ' State Central Com-
mittee. P. B. CORNWALL,* Vica-Chairman. :.
- Jamks R. Fislatsos, Secretary . _ : _ ol '____
HON. J. R. GLASCOCK
DEMOCRATIC AND WORKINCMEN'S
| "H^rOMINEE FOR CONGRESS IN THE SECOND
! -A- vi I Congressional District, will address the people
' of said district at the following places and dates : .
j ANnOCn^V...........!.......Fri*dayrOctober 15
j WALNUT CREEK :.....;'.... .Saturday, October 16
/ By order of the Second District Congressional
I Committee. •*' R. D. STEPHENS, Chairman.
Wit. M. Gis'ox, Secretary. sl-td 7
O. : HAINES,,
REPUBLICAN ; NOMINEE FOR
Police J ii.l cc or Sacramento eliy.
~-y<i/: .:.. -... -.'•:■•■..-■ i. 2 lm -- ". -■■- -.:.. . .- *:
john}dreman; ;y
REPUBLICAN NOMINEE for:
' Supervisor or the flrsl Ward. 00-tf '"" ■
BEN. STEINMAN,
DE HOC A TIC NOMINEE : FOR
M3?'i^sit^it»^^fi^^^^^^'y-'y;'i
Supervisor (First District). '::
. ..... ........ »2S-lf ■-,-. ■ ..--.. „;.;.
* MARCUS X O. JHAWLEY & CO..
'. ca _ .. v^<_P^<fy
Hardware and Aicricnllural liuple meats,
'-' V san FRANCISCO y :
And Not- IS, 45 aid 47 J street .....__-cr»mentc
MMHM^lMploi ";;:".-■.; 7 -y;
I ' BUSINESS ;
. .; Jl UTS i STBBTZ. *y y
SUCCESSOR • TO ; FOX k STRUTZ,' IMPORTER
I and Wholesale Dealer in Wines and Liquors,
do. 41 J street, ' Sacramento y Sole agent for A
Hupfel's Sons' New York Beer. .■-■■■ .■■■'- ult-tylm
i.; •;-..-.--a« ... il. DIXOX. m. ■■ »., SSyT*
SURGEON AND HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
office and residence, on Eighth street, between
II and 1. 1 Office hours— Bto9 a. m., and 12 to 2, and
ii to 8 r. -. Diseases of the Eye and Ear a specialty.
; ;_ .y- - .'..;.".-•-.' 09-4p2me':r ".'.--'.". - :.
_.';.'.. T. B. McFABLAXD, ;
J A -TTORNEY AT LAW-^-OFFICE, SOUTHWEST
_/\ . corner of J and streets.'.: Residence,
corner of J and Fourth streets. Residence,
II street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth, g 09-4o*
--.i,-y- DB. rXDEEIULL.
-nrTE ARE PLEASED TO SEE HE HAS MADE
WE ARE PLEASED TO SEE HE HAS MADE
Catarrh his specialty. His great success in
the radical cure of this very prevalent complaint is
owing to the fact tbat his specific heals the diseased
without any pain — the jiatient is made better at
once. ; Consultations Free.? Office, No. 1018 J street,
Sacramento. ■:■''"■ -- ; "-■■■-■■. -■--■?■?■:•■'■";■> '•■-•'■ 07-4plm* -.-
.: : J. A. cusNixtnAM.vy
SACRAMENTO BOILER ' AND ' IRON WORKS,'
1 1 street,' between Front and Second, Sacra-
mento. " Manufacturer of Steam Boilers, Sheet lion
Work, etc. I Also, all kinds of Repairing. ; Chang ng
Portable Boilers from' Wood to I Straw Burners a
Specialty.. . :. : - . ■■■ ■- '■ '-.:■■■ '. ; . .■> ■'■■■■■-'- -:■ 06-tptf :'
Elwooo Bki'xeh, : "A. J. Brisbr. : '
Residence, S. E. corner - ; Residence at office. ' .
Thirteenth and Pets. ; ' . -v ■'.-- :■ y ■..•' «, ;.;r^t^.
y'-.y-yp- BB€SEB;:'*;BBrSEB, :-y^^
ATTORNEYS-ATLAW AND NOTARIES PUB-
lic, will practice in all the Courts. * Special at-
tention paid to Probate business. '■ Office in Bote's
Building, southwest comer of Seventh and J streets.
;"■■•-'■ -:■:■: ■-'■■ 02-tf '-- ■•■ :' " ■" "'
WH. ELLEBY BBICUS. 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. M.; 1 to 4 p. m. Sundays—
9:30 to 11 A. -.; 1 to 4P.M. _ . - - _°_ ___
i.. HISS I 1.. J. j KELLOC«. ': M. D., :.V .'•
HOMEOPATHIC [ PHYSICIAN— AND
residence, Nathan building, corner of Seventh
i.cci I streets. -.-Office hours, 8:80 A _„ 2 to 4
and 7to Br. - -' ■ s3O-4plm -
: DB. HATCH.
office 84 J street.— HOURS: 9
A. M. and 12-^0 to 2r. tt. : 7 3,.' ■ 529-tf
B. E. PIEBCE, V.. D.,''
HOMCEOPATHIST - OFFICE : £ AND RESI-
«! dence— No. 909 Tenth reet, between I and
j. office hours— B to 10 A. m. ; i to 3 P. M. ;(5
to 8 P. M. -'":■:• ':- ' slB-4plm*
W. «'. KATOHTB, ?
/CORNER 'OF C FRONT AND L \ STREETS
\j Highest price for Hides, Sheep Pelts and
Tafiow. Supplies Butchers with Salt, Paper, latest
mproved Sausage Machines, Stuffers, Lard Presses
Etc. Prompt cash returns made for all consign-
ments. -. 7 . -.'-- - -" - 7 ■'■-: :- ■'■ s.B-Ant.f
BABXEV A TASDESBI BC,
PROPRIETORS, CLUB SALOON, 223 i STREET,
between Second and Third, near Third. A full
line in choice wines and liquors, with the best
cigars in the market, made specially for us.slTlmlp
DB. WALLACE A. BBltiGS ."';'
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE AND RESI-
I dence to Dr. G. L. Simmons' Building, J
street, between Second and Third. Office hours: 8
to 9 A. -„ 11 A. M. to 2 P. M., and 6to .p. M. : sl2-tf
" ~ GBOVE L. JOHNSON,
A TTORNEY AT LAW-OFFICE, FIFTH ST.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW— OFFICE, FIFTH ST.,
betweon I and J. Residence, No. 207 1
■rtrect, between Seventh and Eighth. slo-4nlm ■.
BEMOVAL.
DR. NIXON HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO
M street, between Ninth anil Tenth streets,
Mo. 918. Will visit Railroad Hospital at 9:30 A. M.
daily. ■'■■•-- '. '"- ■ :V: *>-» ■
CBEED HATMOXD,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Office in Quinn's new building, corner of
Fourth and J Btreets (op stairs), Sacramento. s6-4p
CALL OX SCOTT A MOB $
"V~0.30_ J STREET, FOR THE LATEST STYLES
131 ■ in GAS FIXTURES. Plumbing in all its
branches done at eliort. notice • Being practical
workmen, we are able to do work at the lowest
rates. ..-■■■-■', au-S-tplm
WM. tiI'TTEXBEBCEB,
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDER AND MA-
chinist, Front and N streetn. Manufacturer of
Outtenberger's Horse Powers, Patent Ground Roller
and Clog Crusher and Barley Mills. All kinds of
Hydraulic Pipes. For sale, Three Miller Pat. Nt Hay
Presses. : au_tj-4plm
BEHOVED.
CHARLES T. JONES AND ED. M. MARTIN,
Attcrneyß-at-Law and Notaries Public, have
removed their office to No. 607 I street, between
Sixth and Seventh. -"' - Ju24-4plm -'
W. ■A. HIIVUSON, ,M. -:. D., : .- ':
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
I Office, southwes; corner of Seventh and J
streets .in Bry c's new building, np stairs. Reel
dence, southeast comer of Seventh and N streets,
Sacramento. - Office hours : 1 to 8 and 6 to 8 P. M.
an2s-4plm -.-- - -;..■
i. L. BILIXNGS A CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
-in Fine Brandies, Wines and Liquors. Agents
for Dr. Jaffe's Celebrated Cinchona Bitters; also,
agents for Litton Springs Seltzer Water, Sonoma
county, California. No. 11l X street, between Fourth
Fifth. . , au2s-4plm
H. P. ROOT. ; aljsx. SBILSON. • 1. Daiscot.
;> r --i? : KooT,';SEiisojr '*'; CO., '
UNION FOUNDRY— IRON AND BRASS
Founders and Machinists, Front street, be-
tween N and O. Castings and Machinery of every
description rcailo to orelc-r. r ' -■.'■ ju24-4plm
JAMES McCLTBE, V"
fl/rANUFACTURtR OF IRON DOORS, SHUT.
it'A ten, Railings, Gratirigs, House-work and
Blacksmithing in general, No. 148 X street, between
Fifth and Sixth Second-nand Doors tor sale
;.:.-,.*■' ■ ■ ■ au22-4ptf -■ .-■ .-■'.. ■ ■■"
ISM. 7 F. FOSTEB, 1879.
BOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER AND BLANK
Book Manufacturer, No. 319 J street, between
Third and Fourth, Saciamento. » . au2o-4ptf
CAPITAL ALE VAULTS,
\TO. 302 J, AND 1005 THIRD STREETS
_^1 Hot Lunch daily from 11 A. M. to 1 o'clock
p. M. The Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
-4plm BOWERS & LONG «.BA UGH.
1. CARLS. ' ■ J. CROLT.
CABLE A ] CBOLT,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, ARE PRE-
pared to do all kinds of work in their me, in
city or country. Princi'ial place of business, Sacra-
mento. Shop, 82 second street, between X and L.
Post-office Box, 410, Sacramento. Jyl6 4ptf
- H. H. McWILLIAHS, -
HOPE IRON WORKS, FRONT STREET, BE-
tween I and J. Machinery of all kinds made
to order and repaired. Sole mnneifacturcr of Car-
lisle's Tatcnt Derricks. Lawn Mowers . Repaired.
For sale, a 25-horse stationary' engine and boiler,
complete. ,;?-;; auU-tptf
8. SOLOX lIOLI-' -' ? ?
ATTORNEY AND* COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
Cornxk Sixth and I Strekts,' Sacrakksto,
Ca_. v '..■-;■ 4plm
DR. Q. L. SIMMONS.
NO. 212 J STREET, BETWEEN SECOND AND
Third, Sacramento. -.',:, : s ■--,-*'■*--■''.": r-H-" 7 *" 7 -
(9 >.0 10 A. M.
tST Office Hours :\ 2to4p. v. } ap29-4ptf
(7to 8 p. )"y .«??".
GROCERIES,, LIWORS," ETC.
SCI. IT SB'S
— CELEBRATED- '
MILWAUKEE LAGER BEER,
Alto ; BOCA ; BEEB,
■y:-':y- OS DRAI'CIIT, IAT ■
GBCHLEB'S SALOON, NO. 522 J STBEET.
.. . ■ .-' ■■.--. 09-lm - ■,-' "■■ .:;•■:--■ -
p. H. RUSSELL,
At His Old Stand, J street, between
Seventh and Elgtalb,
OFFERS ; THE CHOICEST ? SELECTION }OF
... OROaHBIBS, .; ..
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, FOR LOWEST
','-.. C 1: ' MARKET . PRICES. ; " 7 #^^^^'
; : Order- \ promptly filled and : the Coods
shipped by rail or .learner free or eharse.
Address. P. O. Box 62.1, Sacramento, Cat. ':',
:--.: ■.-.'■■'.- "' s2O-im '..-'■'■* 7 . i ■ "■■..: ■' ■'■
OHAS. W. RAPP & CO., :
lieCERS, 139 J ST. BET. FIFTH k SIXTH,
; . Sacramento. , , iMfjjjfc
A new stock of American, French and English
Oroc.ries. , Also, a large assorment of the finest
Japan Teas ■'• ■"■' ■ ' -"'■ .-"■"■■" ■'".'■■'• ■■ : au22-4plm g.
WILCOX, POWERS & CO .^
Importers and Wholesale Liquor Dealers,
;. NO. SOS X STBEET, _^£$
5ACRAMENT0. ....;.....i.'.:............ ...CAL
;;.,•■'::' '■;"- 7 '^ ; aul»-4ptf- 7 ■'"■'■'"■ ■ '■'':' ■ -■
REMOVED.
"y B-szir^izs. 38XC05., ;
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
fine Brandies, Wines and Kentucky. Whiskies.
Agents of the real Chris. Schroeder's Nordhaeuser
wTiiskv, and of the genuine Imported Culmbacher
Beer. From Fourth street," to No. 118 It street,
bet. Front and Second. Sacramento.
:■-:■■.-■ --!■:■:.-< Jy3o-4plin :■:. -yy. -..'.■ ..
BLACK DIAMOND J COAL
AND SCREENINGS.
mHE s ABOVE -WELL-KNOWN .SUPERIOR
r |e MONTE DIABLO COAL, the most economical
t£at can be used for*', .am, Is for sale in lota to suit
at Black | Diamond binding, Contra Costa county,
and at the office of the Company,' southeast oorner
of Folsom and Spear struts, San Fi-wc'isco. :
i V. B. CORNWALL,
';.'aul6U y' President B. D. C. M. Co. y
THE^ JED HOUSE TBADE UNION.
Ipfiimift!! ■ -S-sso.
■ - *■- "- : '' ; ■ - '
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yy,,, y : . - ..,'■ y '-y- _■ ■ : 'y. :„ : .■-•;. :- ... ; ' •'•",. .■ . ....■',",':
Tie House that Started tie One Price System,
And Marked AU Goods in Plain, Bold Figures,
1X1» BROKE THE CUAIX '. OF HIGH PBICES THAT EXISTED BETWEE> THE
DEALEBS, AND lOBCED TUMI TO "COME DOW*." OB SHIT IP, '_*
SENDS YOU GREETING FOR THE FALL OF 1880
.;,. With every Department complete with the Choicest Goods in the market
That we have always given the best value for One Dollar, our, thousand* ot
customers on the Pacific Coast and Territories honestly testify to by their continued
patronage, and we are to-day better prepared than ever to WRAP.UP MOKE GOODS
FOR ONE DOLLAR THAN ANY HOUSE ON THE COAST.
ST We have received and in stock from the leading Soap Manufacturers of New
York and Chicago the following brands of - v, 7 .""
000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 y;
I SO^FS ! ';•
o °
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That they are special value, the. public can judge from the annexed PRICE LIST: 1
Standard Sterling Toilet Soap. 5c a cake, or 50c per dozen
...... .. -" • --- 6 ', ■•...- . -.- ■-■■ ■ ■■- --'-■ ■ -■: ■". -; '-"■"■:■ -' ' -" -
" West End" Oat Meal ToUet Soap (extra fine value) .5c a cake
Honey and Glycerins Fancy ToUet Soap... ..V.....:. (three cakes) 25c a box
■ . ■-:■',: • , . ...'" '.-'.■ ' . ■y '■ ' .
Prince Imperial" Fancy Mottled ToUet Soap .................... 5c a cake
"Honey" ToUet Soap. ■'.■:.: V..-y. V. . .;.....;..:. .V. .. .. .:. . . .20c per dozen
" Yankee" Shaving Soap, wrapped . . . . . . . .... . . . . ................... 5c a cake
"Palace" Glycerine /ToUet Soap . ..... . . ................... ... , - - v . : 10 ° a cake
"Turtle OU" Fancy Toilet Soap. ... . . . ...... . -y- ..-.•-• ••. * v loc a cake
" Glycerine Bouquet" Toilot Soap, highly perfumed, wrapped ....10c a cake
"Milled Verbena" ToUet Soap ;. ... (*: : . . . V. '_:'.'/. - . '. .y'. .../..>;•• ... • 10c a cake
"Honey Bouquet" ' Toilet Soap, ; highly perfumed, wrapped / . ; . . : . . lOc a cake
Extra Fine "MUled Oat Meal" ToUet Soap '..'.. . . . ........:. .... .10c a cake
"Patchouly" MUled Toilet Soap '. 1 '?. . .^ . . :..:..'. -V ••••••;■ •:•••- 10c a cake
"Rose Geranium" MUled Toilet Soap. ."......:.......••••••••• ••••• loc a cake
"Turkish Bath" Soap, large cakes „:. v. ... ...:...- - • ■'■ ••■• • • • -12.0 a cake
Sulphur Soap, wrapped- for the cure of skin diseases ..... ....... 1 5c a cake
Fancy Mottled OastUe Soap, large size .: . .... ....... y:...; . . {.- -35c a bar
Variegated ToUet 50ap...... :;...;:..r ...two long bars for 25c
White OaatUe Soap..i-.rV;:. v.''.%-'.*> : .V.':.-".-:.;..*.y. : . , .'...v.v'v*.r;v-- 110 ? a bar
"Mission" FamUy Soap .:.... (20 bars), 60c per box
XT Country orders promptly filled. Samples and Price List Sent Free. ■_»
RED HOUSE TRADE UNION,
SOS. JO6, 714 axd *i 6..;... .■..........■.■.:- •............ stbeet
AGBIGULTTTBALWAEEg.
BAKER & HAMILTON,
eureka. aAJsra plows.
Gale Chilled Iron Plows, Moline Steel Plows, Collins'
Plows, Cast Iron Plows, Seed Drills, Cahoon and Gem
Sowers, Gorham Combined Seeder ■ and Cultivator, liar-
rows, Cultivators, Fan Mills, Bain Wagons, Etc.
SACBAMEXTO... ■'...*......■■■. .. ...........spl-1ptf.:.........;.'....'.^... .■'... SAN FBAXCISCO
"DE,. SPINK"!. Y.& GO
THE WELL-KNOWS SPECIALISTS,
OF NO. 11 KEARNY STREET, . ' SAN ■ y FRANOISOO,
Are now In I hi* city, and can be dally ■ consulted at So. «*;' X STBEET, between
yy,.; ,;e.e Fourth and Fifth (near Postofilee). j,
CONSULTATION FREE.-LARGE AND STEADILY INCRE.ISIKO PATRONAGE HAS AT LAST
/ compelled us to open a -- ' - r ,r_ .; . •':'..'•'; ~C. ::..-■
PERMANENT BRANCH OFFICE IN SACRAMENTO.
By this arranpement the many patents and correspondents of DR. SPINNET .V CO., and the afflicted
renerally, who are anxious to have a personal interview, but for whom it i« Impossible to come to San
Francisco, can avail themselves of the benefit of the Doctor's treatment, without (;reat „ -convenience or
exieense. DR. SPINNEY is well-known as the founder of the MONTREAL (C. E ) MEDICAL INSTI-
TUTE, and late proprietor of the SPISNEYVILLE INFIRMARY, and having given his entire attention
for the past twenty years to the treatment of Chronic and Special Diseases, Incident to both sexes, his
success has produced as'onishinjf results. The Doctor believes it his duty to state to the pub.ic that he
has many years of his life made it a special study to fully understand the nature of the diseases as well as
the most « Hectual treatment for the cure of all troubles of the genito-urinary organs; and he would call
the attention of the alllicted to the fact of his long standing and well-earned reputation as sufficient
assurance of his skill and success. '".,-,■':...'"-.'.".". .y- : .y-.y
Yoxrisro men
Who are suffering from the effects of youthful follies or indiscretion 7 - t Jo well to avail themselves
of this the greatest boon ever laid at the door of suffering humanity. : DA. SPINNEY will guarantee
to forfeit $600 for every' case of Seminal Weakness or private disease ol any kind or character which
be undertakes and fails to cure. _- ; ■..-".; -•..'.-■'^..- .*-;--" ..:, ,y : ■ y '?'' -'• -y-:-y : "
3*«Cl__>l>l__E3-__k.tG«ll> - MED..
There are many at the age of thirty to sixty who are troubled with too frequent evacuation of the
bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or burning sensation and a weakening of the system in
a manner the pationt cannot account for. On examining tho urinary deposits a ropy sediment will
often be found, and sometimes small particles of albumen will appear, or > the color will be of a
milkish hue, again changing to a dark and torpid appearance. There are many men who die of this
difficulty, ignorant ofthe cause, which is the second stage of semlna' weakness. ; Dr. S. will guarantee a
perfect cure in all such cases, and a healthy restoration of the genito-urinary organs. '. ■ '
"■; TO " ' ■*"*••**• TH . : J__i A.131115. .
Statistics prove that a great many women are afflicted with diseases peculiar to their sex. DX.
SPINNEY having spent many years in the study of Female Complaints, fools competent to treat them
in their most malignant forms, «nd would therefore cordially Invite all who are suffering to come and try
his method of cure, which has relieved thousands and saved many from a premature grave. ,,-., 7- . " y -
CT CONSULTATIONS FREE. ' Thorough Examination and Advice, 9 J. Office Hours— lo *•_■•«>
«-._.; Evenings, Bto 8 ; Sundays, from 11 a. m. to I p. m. Call or address : DB. MM ,>I. _ Ar CO.,
So. iIH X sireet. Sacramento. ■ '■ - 7 -'- -■''-.■-■■. .'V ■•-".^ ■-■>■,■■■ "c.--- .-,-^.---. ■■■ - ■■- ■ -^- ■ so-«pu y
yy-: .LEGAL, NOTIOES.f y
~" SUMMONS. ~l
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY' OF SAC-
■ ramento — Bs. 7 In the Superior Court, m and
for said county.'- The People of the ; State of Cali-
fornia to JOSEPH W. HUBBARD, greeting: 7 You
are hereby notified that an action was co nmencod
in the Superior Court of the county of Sacramento,
State aforesaid,' by the filing a complaint in the
Clerk's " office i of ' said Court," 011 tho 6th day of
OCTOBER, 1880. in which ; action A. H. WARRICK
is ! plaintiff, j and • you j are I defendant. That ; the
general nature of the action, as appears from said
complaint, is as follows: ; - To obtain a Judgment of
this Court against said defendant for the sum of
$717. alleged to be due to plaintiff for the rent of
certain land, situated in Solano county, California,
and fully described in the complaint on file herein ;
also, cancelling and annulling a certain lease and
contract of sale made by and between the plaintiff
and J F. HILL and the above-named defendant, on
the .... day of JUN'E.ISTO. the interest of the said |
DILL is said lease and contract having been duly j
assigned . to this , plaintiff, as , will fully appear by
reference to j tho complaint on file herein, to which j
reference is j hereby made. And you are hereby
directed to appear and answer said complaint within [
ten days from the service of I this writ, exclusive of j
the day of sctlco if served on you to 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 time above epedfied, the plaintiff |
will apply to the. Court for the relief demanded j
therein. *•:» *'■*- -:-.-* - " ■„ „ , „\ I
m In testimony whereof, I, Thos. H. Bcrkey, Clerk |
of the Court aforesaid, do hereunto set mv hand '.
a"d affix the seal of " aid . Court, this 6th day of
OCIOBER.-A: D. 188 ft ; . -n :- - "'-y^t; y v
--18KAL.1;-.- " .- T. 11. BERKEY, Clerk.
By J. n. ParxKLl., Deputy Clerk. j
I L. S. Tatlor, Plaintiff '» Attorney. ' oS-lats 2mF iy
s^s^ 7 •••*■•■ -■ - :y:y?w&^&i&!£^B^m
FURNITURE^ BEDDING. ETO.
y -.:; JOHN A. WILSON, '
IMPORTER, MANUFACTURER j^A -,
and Dealer in ' X&JufcS^C'
fixf.fi i"MTrßi'.Aitr.nni\r.. yO^L*
• No. 11l J street, bet. Fourth and Fifth
- CT A New and Complete Stock at Reduced Pric .
Country orders promptly attended to. "~; 01-4plm
it-si^W.l D. COMSTOCK,
CORNER': FIFTH ASD X STREETS. fit
FURNITURE J & BEDDING,
>■:', '. WHOLESALE AND - RETAIL.' |
■ ■- -■-"■.■■'..-;>.■.• --:■■-.- s2iJ-4Dlm ■'•:--'-■-. - '■'■•--
FURNITURE,
VAN ''> HEUSEN f^^ HUNTOON'S I
. no. *13 J - STREET: -.•_-._
Prices aw ay the Lowest and the Beet Assortment 7
.:,-> yy. ya.:'i :-;■■■-' y au-21-tf :<--•:; ••■ i.-vo? :u.-*--- ■»*•
J. FRANK CLARK, I
DK-Hni -c , -fi_.ac2sa_fc,
yy No. 161" Fourth St., hit", J u_d E.
Always a complete stick in *-*ton,~_ o*u_7 I
■■ order* receive prompt attention. ■-' 1 l-.pl*. f
>'■,-."' ) . .. V- -i ■yy ■ •.. -s^y-* ■■ : 'yyy?y-r-. •* -■- ---^^^vss^
CAREIAGES^HAENESS.ftETC.
CAREIAGES
Nevada** l.ran.l Sold Mril-il* for 1876, IS",
'-. '-.->.'' •"".- 18*8 »*d 1819. yy'yi. r -^_ ■■: '■■'■
SEVEN GOLD AND SEVEN SiLVER MEDALS. J
' 100 First Class Premiums for the best wcrk
Ireem the Mechanics' Fair, Sm Kr..r.oisco. end the
different State Fairs held in this State and Neva ; y
HARRY BERNARD,
MANUFACTURER, COS. SIXTH AND L STREETS
7 »__H_Ml_ y ;
CT I -have on Land and for sale at the lowest
possible prices, the new style of PONT PHAETONS,'
the handsomest in the State. ' Family Carr ages,
latest patterns. Neatest Open Burgles in the State.
Light Top Buirgles. : Heavy Top Buggies for moun-
tain use. *- Farm rs' Carriages. - Trotting Wogvina
and Sulkies, all of my o*l make. Carriage Paint-
ing and Trimm ng done at the lowest price. None
but - the I most experienced workmen . employed.
Repairing neatly done, and all wurk is warranted.
Call at the' Factory and see for yourself, 821-4ptf
PIONEER
.addle and Harness
Kwlsili FACTORY.
: 'ftlll llPls*. I 3"" :RC *yp j^ .
® PIONEER^
Saddle and Harness
ncTtii,
ta. ROTH
So. .19 X alrrrl,
kS^3 ¥r<£t&%%A^ * t to Gol,lc " Eagle Hotel.
t^^3 Id^^^W Manufacturer, Im]Kirter,
S^^9 PsL%>%&) *'"' Dealer. A full stock on
eV^df Fm^^jFgj l aUt ' °' everything in the
\<^._R»'P^*SHr business, at Reduced Prices.
Fine Harness and Side Sadelles
offered for cash, at one-half
from former prices. ■ Patent Copper-Riveted Collars
a specialty— never break or give way at the rim.
-.fCx-s, . g«-lm.'" - •■■ - f • ■■■ ■■■■■■
A. A. VAN VOOKUIKB. . K. SIONB
ta-i. .^R. STONE & CO.,^^
manufacturers. Importers and Wholesale Dealer* ie
POLES, HARASS, SADDLER!
lIARDWIKK, I.F.ATIIEU. .
SHOE FINDINGS, CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS,
Carriage Robes, Horse Clothing, Collars, Whips,
Saddlers' anel Shoemakers' Tools, etc
. mo. .••.■■> J STKEET, V ":.:.t~i-y
BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH, SACRAMENTO. ;
s4-4plm
PIKE & YOUNG,
GARRIAGEMANUFACTUR- «-.-(_. '
era, corner of Fourth and .-'.y^Jr*.,-. '
L streets, Sacramento, have on ' ''****>>$=•-"
Mid tho largest assortment of SCBS_ffli_£.
Carriages, Wagons and Buggies to be found In Sacra
Tieutee which .hey will sell at very low rat.es. :iu',!e .-( '
■ LEGAL NOTICES. ;:~ )
PROBATE NOTICE, f } y .
STATE OF CAI IFORSIA, COUNTY OF SACRA-
mento. In " the Superior Court. -In the
matter of . the estate of 11. B. COTTING, de-
ceased. 1 In the Superior Court of the county of Sac-
ramento. The People of the Stare of California,
send greeting : In purctiince of an orderof the lion.
Robt. C. Clark, Judge of the Superior Court of the
county afor, said, duly made and t ntered on the 1 2th
ilavejf OCTOBER, IBBO, notice is hereby given that
MONDAY, the 25th day of OCTOBER,-.. ISSO,
at 10 o'clock A. m. of said day, at the Court-room,
at Court-house, in the county of Sacramento, has
been appointed as the time and place for hearing
the application of O. 11. JOST, praying that a
document now on file in this Court, purporting
to be the last will and testament of H. B. COT-
TING, deceased, be admitted to probate, and that
letters testamentary lis issued thereon to him with
will annexed, at which time and place 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 RKejoßu-Lieueex, a newspaper printed and
published in said Sacramento county.
Witness my hand and the seal of 1 said Court
hereto affixed, this 12th day of OCTOBER, A. D. '
ISSO. ■ -. -.- ---
[-SAL.] THOS. 11. BERKEY. Clerk.
. By W. B. Ham _ros. Deputy Clerk.
: L. 8. Taylor, Attorney for Petitioner.
;; - - : - - . - 013-10t JV- ; >-
COMMISSIONER'S SALE.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE IF AN ORDER OF
sale and decree of foreclosure issued out of the '
Superior Court of the county of Sacrament*, State
of California, ou the 27th day of SbPTtMBER, ■
A. D. 1830, upon a judgment and decree of fore-
closure recovered in said Court, the 27th day of Sep-
tember, A. P. ISSO, in favor of WILLIAM JARVIS
and against H. P. LIVERMORE, Administrator of
the estate of H. G. LIVERMORE, deceased, and the
Natomi Water and Mining Company, I am com- i
manded to sell at public auction, the following
described real estate, to wit : | Beginning at , the
corner of Block 23, at the intersection of Riley and
Sutter streets ; thence running northeasterly along
the line of Sutter street 300 feet ; thence at right ■
angles towirds the railroad 75 feet ; thence south-
westerly on a line parallel with the lino first de-
scribed 300 feet, to Riley Street ; thence along Riley
street to the place of beginning, being part of Lots
9, 10, 11,12, IS and It, in Block 28. Also, Block 91,
in the town of Folsom, as surveyed by T. I) Judab.
Also, Lots 1, 2, 3 4, 5, 6, 7 and S, in Block No. 34,
in said town of 1-V.lsoni, Sacramento county. Notice J
is hereby given that on MO >' DAV, the 25th day of
OCTOBER, A. I). ISSO, at 11 o'clock A. M. of said
day, ' in front of the Posto_i:e,' in said town of '
Folsom, I will srll all tbe right, title and interest of '
the defendants, and of the estate of it. G. LIVER. .
MORE, deceased, in and to said real estate, at public '
auction, for gold coin, to the highest bidder, to
satisfy said judgment and decree in said ac'ion,
amounting to $3,937 40, and the costs and expenses
of sale. 7 ■■* -.:.; W. C. CROSEIT, Commissioner.
, L. S. TAVLeiR, Plaintiff's Attorney. . 01-lawSwF .
,yy \'Py Epical. ~
THE" WONDER OF THE WORLD I
/tar GOOD NEWS ; FOR ALL !fa
PROFESSOR HERMAN'S
.IWorld-Eenov* ned
VERMIN DESTROYER
wnicu is i.Novra to bk
Far Superior to Anything Yet Discovered '
Tor Killing
Rats, * Mice, ; Insects ; on Poultry, ,
NTS, BUGS, COCKROACHES, BLACK '
J\_ Beetles, Fleas on Dogs, Blight and Insect,
em Plants, Moth in Furs, Tick or Scab on Sheep or
Goats ; also, on Cattle, etc. ■ •
I _SS* This preparation has been applied with great
success against the Insects that attack the Coffee
Plants, and would doubtless be equally efficacious
with the Tea Plants. : „ . :
SJLD IN PACKETS:
At S.e per packet :or _!*_ rockets. 91 25. ,
T tT Tills Powder, is warranted free from all bad
smell, and will keep in any climate. It may , be
spread anywhere without risk, as it i* quite harm- ,
less to Cats or Dogs, as they will not eat it. V ; « ■; I
Directions for use on each packet. ' . * -•
7 Manufactory: ; GRAVEL. LANE, Houndsditch,
City ef London, England. - ....
_3T The above dis 1 every has gained for PROF.
HERMAN a Silver Prize Medal at the Inter-Colonial
Exhibition of Victoria, Australia, of 1860, besides i
numerous Testimonials. -•
*tT Sole Agents: H. C. KIRK k CO.. J street, !
Sacramento. . ■-. - -.. ■ -- ■ • -■■:•'•: au7-4p3m
TO THE CXFOKTCXATE !
LiGBBOIJ'SDISPENSJRY,
. ■:-' li.'.'t Kearny street, San Franclseo. .j.'-;
y^^-—=r^v :'i"' : . Established in 1851, for :
" ' : jj''- ■■•-'wbm. "* c Itestment of Sexual
.; - Sm^-y^^^J^^r^L - such asGonorrhea, Gleet,
/Si^si^SS^afcißev Strictures, Syphilis in all
fi2_B_«2l^33*"^s33w its forms, Seminal Weak-
j^wj iiens, Impotency, Skin
rSP« I Wk '* -4JS_S" . Diseases, '-- etc., perma-
flnyiT^ y_ ~jfm i__ t Tfii_JH ncntly cured or no charge.
f 'BRP , V "' IIIHI Weakness.
'*! **v : bS(v tfpjf 3 Seminal Emissions, the
T1 "' 9 6 °htary rice or de-
JV.^*J«^^KHS^®fiSil inlyc J sexual indulgence,
is practiced by the youth of both sexes to an almost ,
unlimited extent, producing with unerring certainty
the following tram :of morbid symptoms, unless
combated by scientific medical measures, viz : Sallow
countenance, dark spots under the eyes, pain in the ■
head, ringing in the ears, noise like the rustling of.
leaves and rattling of cha-iots, uneasiness about
the loins, weakness of the limbs, confused vision,'
blunted intellect,: lo=s of confidence, diffidence in
approaching strangers, 7 a i dislike . to form new ac-
quaintances, disposition to shun society," loss ;of '
memory, hectic flushed, bunplcs and various erup-
tions about the face, furred tongue, fetid breath,'
coughs, consumption, night sweats, monomania and
frequent insanity. ; : i - .' - r • %
l^yyy-yy CI'RED AT HOME. : : ■ . : "v';'
- Persons at a distance may lie cured at home by ad-
dressing a letter to DR. GIBBON, stating case, symp-
toms, length of time the d'sease has continued, and
have i medicines •- promptly * forwarded,^ free i from
damage and ' curiosity, to any part of the country, !
with full I and plain directions. ;s By inclosing ten
Collars, in registered j letter,' through the Postoffice, j
or through .Veils, Fargo & Co.; a package of medicine ,
will be forwarded to any part of the Lni. n. - Please
Siy you I saw this advertisement in tie R-cord- -
Uxtoir. - Address, • .■■--■' PR JJ F. Gil BO *.
;5 j»24-4ptf • ..: r ;. Eox 1,957, San Fnu.cisco. :. ,
y PIONEER LIVERY STABLE.
r.- D. SCRTVER . ::.. :. - '•-■ ■• * ■■• • • Proprieu ;
HACKS ON CALL AT~AN*f HOUR ft^l-
I _ day or night. A Coupes, Phaetons, tfZS- *
ba-ways, Barouches, Biggies, with the 3 _£_ ,
bertroaditers to be found in any livery stablo on tb* ■-
coast for hire. f Horsss kept in hvenr at reasonnhk
• • -y -Stable* on Fourth street, betwew I and -
80- 4pU
RAILROADS, STEAMERS, *,TO.
Textual PAancilAiLßoii).
■'■:.:yz ,■■■._■■■-■■■'■-'. _ — .'-■'; '-' ;*e'i
t'lmmrnrlac Wednesday, September IS, v
y r,y-,.. ■. . y ISSO, „.,:■
. A.» ram >itiu»R MM
TRAltf AKD BCUS Wilt LEAVE SASSAKRII
■■ as rotiows: . '_:-;-'•
1 «_JA • A.M.— <Sun lays excepted)— Acoommoi'a- '..
».t*v -. .•!■.., Train m M_nsvi'a«, Rod liiuff and
- Redoing. .". ■. \.■ w-'.
Y'ftfl ; '>• ?"*-( D « ls J'>-Overta_., i Emigrant,
i.vv. Frei.'li-. tat Acr-nuno.Uti.-n Train.
IV „> A • A. .tl.-e v Daily)-P» 4 -,ncKA,.rT*,viaP»v» i
• .MV . a< d Benida, for Sau Francisco.- Connects
'• " : (Sundays excepted) at Dai is with )co m-
; n^ dation Train to Woreetllan.-.wiiiaßunnil 7
. Willows. , Connects daily at Suisvsn foi
SffiraSft Vallejo, and via Napa Junction for Calls- V
tog* (stages for the Geysers). «••-..-
-itl. Aft *• ■'»•— V«f as <*- n taensftar as pi _c-
»V. WW ticable, Sur.daj-S excepted)— Steamer tor
. San Francisco, touching at all way porta
on the Sacramento river.
n.eej*; A. •*.- (Daily)— a Passenger Train
.Oti for Stockton, Tracy.. Livermore, Nile*,
. Oakland and Bau Franc sco. Connect*
at Gait for lone, and at Nile, for San
-v ■ ■ Jose. ■ - i-"*-*''\ .':•■•■ '■....
I,>, 1 A I ** M.— (Sundays excepted)— Local Pas-
-«. 1 V senger Train for Davis, Benicia and San
*as»3»:': Francisco. Connects at Suisun for Vallej.
and (via Napa Junction) for Calistoga. s -
_o.*_|_ P. M.— (Sundays excepted)— Passenger
leviOW Train for Davis and Woodland. Con-
nects at Woodland for i WUliams ; and
jvyy:". Willows. ''■•- .■-■■■■.'■■
•>« 1 A ' *"• M.— (Daily) -Atlantic F.Npreee for Col-
usa. V tux, Reno (Carson and Virginia), Battle
V Mountain . (Austin), Palisade (Eureka),
Ogden, Omaha and East.
»>•».__ •*• M.— (Daily)— Oregon Express lot .
-..-.V Jlansvillc, Chico, Red Bluff and Redding
(stages for PoiUand, Oregen). ; - -'"
>>,ee>A F. .«.— tSuntla- a ; excepted)— Local Ac
*«.OW commodation Train to Lathrop. Connect* .
with the Arizona : Ball****, for. Merced.' 7 '
I Madera (Yosemite and Big Trees), Visalia, ' '
Sumner, Mojave, Newhall (San Buena- '■
MM and Santa , Barbara), Los An-
geles, Santa Monica W lmington, Santa .
Ana (San Diego), Colton and Yuma (Ool-
oraeln river steamers', connecting direct
"..-.-■'.. with daily trains of the Southern Pacific
. Railroad of Arixcua for Marieeopa (stages
tot Phisnix and Prescott), Casa Grande <
(stages for Florence,!, Tuoson, ! Benson
(stage for Teim! st nc), Willcox and Sao •
Simon, 1,104 miles from San ! Francisco '
' (stages for New Mexico). Sleeping <ar»
between Oakland, Los Angeles, Yuma
. and Benson. : •
*?••"»<_ **• U.-<Daily)- Local Passenger Train
OM V for Davis, Benicia and San Francisco.
*,OA P. M.-(Daily)— Westward '. Emigrant
IKOV Train, via Davis and Ben Ida, for Ban Fran-
'..'■ ■ ciseei. •-'■'.;■-". -'-■:
T,| e» P. (Sundays excepted)- Passen,-r
•At) . Train to 1 Davis, Woodland and Knights
Landing. ■- : ."■"•-
-8, "A P. Jl.- (Sundays -excepted)— Virginia
.WW City Express for Auburn, Colfax, Truck«
aid Reno. Connects with Virginia and
Truckee RailnKd for Carson ■. nd Virginia.
Sleeping Car from Sacramento to Carson.
A. N. T0WNE...........^.General Superlnlendci t
T. H GOODMAN Gen'l Pass'r and Ticket AgeLt ,
-, -- ja9-4ptf -.-. .. -:■■■■. '
CHANGE OF TIME. .
Sacramento & Placerville Eailroafl.
®^!iS_liiS__P__-3i
On and after 'Wednesday. Dec 31, 1879.
•.'.-'. USTtt rUBTHBR SOTtCB,
Trains will run as follows, dally, except Sunday*:
Leave Sacramento for Folsom, Latrobe - > -.-.
..."•.•• and Shingle Springs. 7:00 A.M.
Leave Sacramento for Folsom 4:00 P. H.
Leave Shingle Springs for Latrobe, Fol-
: som and Sacramento... 10:35 A. M
Leave Latrobe for Folsom and Sacra-
:- ment0................ 11:19 A.M.
Leave Folsom for Sacramento 1 7:00 A.M.
Leave Folsom for Sacramento 12:20 P. M.
d7tf J. B. WRIGHT. Sun't.
FOR PORTLAND ; AND ASTORIA,
OBHGOJg.
-.^^ THE OREGON RAILWAY AND
,^y*7«*,N"AVli.;ATlo.\ COMPANY AND
*^. ft J?* pacific Cvust Steamship Compan
~3&riy£*Ti!M} will dispatch everj five days, fo
the above ports, one tf their New A 1 Irou Steam-
ships, vis.: . .:...■■:'
OREGON. GEORGE W. ELDER
STATE OF CALIFORNIA.
SAILING DAYS
0ct0ber.... .............. .3. 8. 13. 18. f3, «8
N0vember.......... :.'-», 7. 1», 17, '-"-', 27
*'.i >,V:, -"-...;:.. AT 10 O'CLOCK a. «.,
Connecting at Portland, Oregon, with Steamer* and
Railroads and their connecting Stage line* for all
points in Oregon, Washington and Idaho Territories,
British Columbia and Alaska.
K. VAN OTERENDORP, Agent O. R. and N. Co
St. 210 Batter, street. San Francisco, CaL
GOODALL, PERKINS ft CO.,
Agent* F. C. S. S. Co., No. 10 Market street,
Francisd. -.:■ - -■■■■■■ : . . . mv 3-.
REAL ESTATE & INSfRAtfCE.
" W. P. OOLEMAN,
TJ EAL TATE SALESROOM, 89 3 STREET
Keal Estate Ron_ht A Bold as foil; mission,.
Agent for the
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE,
". FIREMAN'S FUND OF SAN FIIANCBCO
:.-- - FIRE COMP.VNIE3.— AIso the -
•-*. Y. LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. g3e)-4plm
UNION
TNSURANCE COMPANY, SAN FRANCISCO
-; ■""';■. Fire and Marine.
-■ --'--„ -
CAPITAL, fully paid ........ H. ...... . . . $750,04«
.' ;:
Losses promptly adjusted and paid i.i gold coin.
CADWALADER & PARSONS,
General Agent* Sacramento Div'n, No. Gl J street
aul3-4ptf ..;
HOTELS AND RESTAU&ANTS.
YOUNG AMERICA >
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE, " / gto."- ; ' / —
No. 45 Second street, bet. J and K. (jf -1 \»i
Eastern and California Oysters in every Nfe#l/rjr
style. Meals at all hours. Imported V^W'
Wines, Cigars, Etc. J. BOBAN, Prop. 014-4plm
CAPITAL OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE, f^kCmi '
': .* Third Struct, set. J ASS lv, W
Opposite Rkcord-Unios Offick. Open • y&\£r
Night and Day. Private Rooms for Families.
<>S-4plm CARRAMIAR & CO., Proprietors.
RAILROAD HOUSE, .
FRONT STREET, No. 81, BETWEEN X AND L,
- Sacramento.— Meals, 25 cents ; Beds, 25 cents.
Board and Lodging at 1 ew r.ites [ier week ' and '
month. J. R. JOHNSTON, Proprietor. 01-4plm '
STATE HOUSE,
Corner Tenth and X Streets, Sacramento.
H ELDRED, PROPRIETOR— Board and lodg. .
„ ] ing at the most reasonable rates. Bar and
billiard rooms attached. ' Street airs pass the door
every five minutes." '. ■
CS' Freee -nimbus to and from the House.slQ 4 plm
_ ________
TONEY'S
,/*f^ S~\ OYSTER & CHOP HOUSE,* : _BS~_>
WJO* Nos. 74 and 78 J Struct, &'•<*/._%*
«S*s_r^ Between Third and Fourth. . ' Sat '
r ;.f.' - -■■ "' :'- - - ; ", --
Newly refitted. Privato Rooms for Families.
Eastern and California OYSTERS in every style. - -
■■■-■:.■• ■■".•.'- ■- ■" . sB-4plm ; ' ..->■■■*..■ ■'■ ..
; i * ARCADE HOTEL
SECOND STREET, BETWEEN J AND X, SAO-
ramento.
ju24-tf THOS GUINEAN. Proprietor. >
MECHANICS' EXCHANGE.
DEUTSCHES GASTHAUS, NOS. 18, 20 AND »
I street, between Front and Second, Sacra-
mento. 1 Heal*, 21 cent*; Beds, 25 cent*. .
Jy22-tf ; JACOB SCHMID, Proprietor.
MABKETS.
LONGTON & ANTHONY,
t* Corner Flflb and X streets.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
,i Bolter, - Ess*. Chcei-e. Frail* Flsb,
Heat«, Game, and Market Produce. Country
orders a specialty. "*,'--■: ""l" 1 .'
y CHRIS. WEISEL. & CO.
Hos. 818 ; and ' 2«« I ' street, Near Elghlb.y
BUTCHERS AND PORK PACKERS. Ifna
i Choice Hams, Bicon, Lard, *!j» , g^r_ _
Pork, Clear Pork, Pigs'. Feet, Spare Ribs, Jf^SS^Sf
at lowest market price. Highest price JpHte .y
grain-fed H,ga. -.■ -■ y:-: :■ ■-. ' . , »18-«Ptf .-. :
This Great Strt-njrtlieiiliijyEj£|
Remodr and NERVE TOXIC Efl &£*
i, .-.,- Icsilimate result of over =0 years «^Kll
ir.ilJ^lwricnce, an.l cures with unfailing
?SSS?v Nirwu. and Physiral Debility. Sem- MS ]^
'•■-- ■n.il V»'e«knc*s. Spennatorrhcra, Impotency, |X . 7 - : 7
Exhausted Vitality, Premature Decline and fZM iZt^rp
.■>:. loss 0 Manhood, from whatever oause pro- B_J c --„ %c<
M duced It enriches and purifies the Blood, Y-WjM yr
Strengthens the Nerves, Brain, Muscles. Di-^^M SS&i*
eestioti. Reproductive Oi ;ans, and rhysicalßU >.:;.
a:;d Mental Facuttics. It stojes any unnatural - ; £. ?77 — *
debilitating drain upon the system, preventing Vyd
involuntary losses, debilitating* dreams, etc.. kIV ir,':-^--
destructive to mind and body. 'Itis a sure VyA V^'A**7
eliminator of all Kidney and Bladder Coni- bC^A '.^.^-j
9 plaints. To those :1V from the evil effects mjfi^k >„".".
'•"' niVouthfullmiiscretionsorE_cesscs,aspcedy. «&'£-
•V. trough, and permanent Cure is Guaranteed. ]£££
I Price. $3. co per bottle, or five bottles in case, HG_ $^_e^
w;th full ciirections and advice, $ia. ' Sentse-BJI |ftS*vv
. cure from observation Jo any aelelre-*s ;k«i b#£T
receipt of price, or C. O. IX ■To be had only Wff gS-i
% direct cf - T * "nr^vfft-'agaOi.-'j.'TV'*'-. \Xa IS
\% DR. SALFIELD, lIS Kearny St., 3. F. Cal. \ WtA §k%
's; Consultations Strictly Cor.fitlential. by letter or B*» ES*;i
at .3ice fte«--eTo insure perfect secrecir. Imm '^g^
liave adopted a private adtitess, under -*>fuch M^.^t'.^k^-
y-. all j adages are for***arded. :: -^ . '-."• *S

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