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[SPECIAL DIHTATCHEB TO THE BECURD-UKIOH. |
CAMFORMA.
Muliiiic-eni Doaattoa by Charlen Crocker.
San F*AjrcißoO, November 10th. — At a
meeting o» the Trustees of the lioya and
Girls' Aid Society the following resolution,
which is se!f-ex]>lanatory. waa adopted :
WiiEf.EAS. Charles Cro.-kcr has placed to the
credit ol our Society tBI.OOO, the estimated cost
of the new building, as by the plans and si*ci
tications prepared at Us rsqncK. be it
/.'- i '>l, That the Trustees hereby express
their profound gratitude tor this munificent gift;
that they would assure Mr. Cnicker that he'has
lightened their burdcu.", Rladdened their hearts
and giveu them great encouragement in the
tvroseciition of a work very dear to them: that
tbey deeply appreciate tne trust he ha 9 iilaced
in tin a. a- the almoners of his bounty, and that
they accept the responsibility, impre>-ed with
Us Kruvity, and witn a dermination tiiat his ex
pressed wish "to help the children" shall be
fulfilled; that on behalf of the OOUntlea chil
oreij who, through lii-. liberality, will Ije res
cued irom neglect, and being plfii •■!! tn homes.
Bad an opportunity tor lives of oseAitaeßi and
honor, they thank him, and trust that the- sense
of the btetfiag he I. M s conferred will be his
almucant sewatd.
s-.in Fraadaco Money Market.
£\n Fmicbco, Kornnber 10th.— Bfial
i^:.'.\-- borrowers bave been quite active in
the past week. Ihe Hibernta i:a;ik made
foorteen loons, all at 8 per cent, lor one to
two yean, the total lit-in^ $22,940. Tin;
Qernuui Baah made six loans on city nn\
estate, amonnting to $10,100, ill at 7 j>er
rent. The San Francisco Baringi Dnion
made four loans of $27,000, presumably at
7 per rent. The French Savinca and Loan
Society :uade three loans of $15,300, ai 8
to 7 percent. The ßecnritv Savings X.ink
reports one loan of $Z9OO for ... rear at
7. The Occidental Loan Am m noa lei
$6,000 go B ;■ six yean :it 7. :i: I the Union
Loan . :•. • 935 in two loans, each
Cor six yean at 8. Private capitalists put
out $43,850 :"!■ one to ttr« yean a: ';•" 8 pir
cent., including one loan of $22,000 tor two
yi-.irs:,'.v. The total loans on riiv real
estate for the week reach $131,615. Coiu
: borroweraare generally aocoranio-
Bl 7. though the extremes are 6(g 10
:'.. per .liuniiu.
Heltl for Munlcr Without BaO.
San Ki:a.m i.-co, November LOth.— Jobn
ban, the saloon-keep i who brutally
hammered to death bis sister-in-law a t'.-\.V
weeks ago, was examined before Police
Judge Lawler this afternoon. After hear
ing the evidence of ;i few witnesses the
prisoner was ordered held for trial without
bail.
Mf ' Service Indications.
Bab Peaj ember 10th — B r. ■:. —
Indical . eding 'V 2 hourg :
North Haciflc, fair weather, exceptinthe
northern portion, where a light rain is
probable, with southerly winds, shifting to
westerly. Middle Pacific, fair w<
with i. rthw lerly winds. South Pacific,
lair wea lier tcepl ir; the southern por
tion, wherp a lighi rain will prevail, with
north westerly winds.
Th<> Storm.
A.EBucKLg (Oolusa county), November
10th. — The storm gu Te 2.50 inches of rain—
p plowing. The wheat i
grcflfii . Eiere.
RJCDDISU r 10th.— The sun is
shining to- lay. The rainfall t.) date
amounts :•• ■'• inches. The Dinners and
horticulturists are busy.
AtTBCBIt, November 10th. — After a par
tial clear op on Sunday and .Monday, it
raining again last night, and con
tinued most of to-day. To-night is vlear.
Rio V'.-ta. November 10th. — Last night
wi- bad .-■;_ of an inch of rain, making 2.03
inch.-.-; lor the season. More rain is threat
ened to-night.
Bra etoh, November 10th.— A light rain
fell at daylight this mornin&and there was
aibowerthia evening. The raintall for
the season amoontg to IJS6 inches, against
1 62 .it the same time last year.
Sak Jobs, November loth.— The storm,
which is apparently now ended, gives a
total of 1.90 inches, which is .sufficient to
start plowing in all portions of the valley.
&OLUBHB, N'owinher 10th.— The weather
is still unsettled. Total rain for the storm,
1 inch.
San I.iis Obispo, November 10th. —
Twenty-live htiudredlus of an inch of rain
fell to-day. For the month, to date, .96 of
an inch has I'allrn.
Biimmui, November 10th. — It has
rained gently here all the afternoon.
Han-fori>, November 10th. — At 8 this
morning it commenced raining lien 1 , and
continued steadily until noon. The storm
is now over, the wind being north and the
weather clear and cool. The fall for the
storm was .'-'•"> of an in< h, making the total
for the month and sea.-on .115 of an Inch.
Hicii Wrilt-r Cuii.iuj; I)mn:i^>-.
Chioo, November 10th. — The recent rains
have caosed high water In the streams of
this region. Prom the stage drivers who
arrived from the Oolnaa side of the river
last night it is learned t h;st two large ferry
boats bad been lost, and they had to travel
s me twenty miles oat of then* way to
reach Chico. The boat at Jscinto was lost
by a heavy floating log breaking the cable
and letting il loose in the river. At Prince
ton the ferry cable was broken by .; iteam-
Ixmt that bad become unmanageable, and
the ferry- boat was swept away.
First Conviction in over Ten War*.
.-To. ki ,n. November 10th. — To-day two
Chinamen were convicted under the Stale
law For conducting a game of tan — the fire)
conviction in this county for this offense in
over ten years.
First Casting— Swing Train.
RsDDnre, November 10th.— The Bedding
foundry made it- first casting to-day.
The railroad company c menced run
ning a swing train from hire to Delta to
day, in order to secure safety, running by
«!a\ [ghl ti Delta.
I.lirglarK Arre>te«l.
Ni.wn. November 10th. — Charles Hart,
nlias Calliower, a rough character, and
■ Ropers, :i boj IT years of age, were
arrested last uigbt for burglarizing the V
Bumegro rj store at Town Talk Sunday
lii^lil. The n!li«''Ts s:iy they have Strong
evidence against them. It is generally l>c
lieved thai the arrested parties are responsi
ble ivr luauv ol the thefts and robberies
committed here lately.
The lraiihs' lttirglur Sentenced.
Ran Bluff, November 10th. — Judge
Braynard this morning sentenced .lames
Brown, who [.leaded guilty to charges of
burglary ;.r.<l assault with intent to commit
murder, to fifteen years on the tirst diarge
and fourteen on the other— the fall penalty
-id serve at Polsotn. It is Btrongly be
lieved the man is .lames Winters, aliaa Jas.
Welch.
Kirn Over and Dangerously Injured.
St. Heikna. November 10th. — A man
named James Davis, late of lowa, was run
over to-day at Knig station by a l"reii;lii car.
and will not probably .survive his injuries.
Sentence Postponed.
San ]:, tlUTBnu, November 10th. —
The wntenoe of ]>. I>. McCoy was to-day
poatponed uatil December Ist.
The Sprague IVtition.
S\n I.i i.NwiNTiKA, November 10th.—
The petiann in faror of Sptagoe'a pardon,
now hi ins: ci.'cnlau-d, recites the aoquittal
olX'liurclnll. dismissi! as to the other de
(endanta, the want of evidence; alsu, the
impossibility of an appeal for Sprague,
owing to a inisunder-tanding between the
Judge and i-oilusfl.
I'etltion in Insolvency.
S\n Jose, November 10th. — Alex. Mc-
Curdy. v hotel keeper at I.os Gtatoa, has
Bled a petition in insolvency. Liabilities,
£2,981 ; assets, $240.
Th« Callforuiit Southern.
Sin 15t RNAi-.mNo. November 10th. — The
connection of the California Southern
Bailroad was made yosterday, and the con
struction train ran through to-day. The
regular pawfrifl.fr train will be run through
on or about ilie loth of this m.jnth.
„
ARIZONA.
The New chief .Justice.
Pwtßoorr, November 10th.— Chief Justice
J. C. Shiels took the oath of office to-day,
ami entered immediately on the discharge
(if his duties. Governor Ztilk-k. admiuLs
iatered the oath.
NEW MEXICO.
More Indian Murders.
I>EMiNG, November tOth.— Tbe band of
Indiana who depradated the Uiasonri and j
Florida Cattle Company's ranch Saturday
afternoon, and remained at the ranch till j
midnight, showed up at Indian Springs, the j
other aide of Cook's Peak, and forty miles '
distant from the scene erf Saturday's mur- j
der, where they killed a man named Hay, i
who lived *i Eadtan .^!'ri:i^*. and made'a ;
living by ranching and mining. He was
65 years old, and lived alone on nis ranch. ;
Snaday night the same party of lndi- j
ans came close to Catubrar station, on the I
Southern Pacific, twenty miles eaat ot here, i
and it was thought by the employee and j
soldiers that they would attack the station, I
but they left without tiring a shot. No
news has been heard since, their move- |
luents being so erratic and rapid that no '
idea can be formed of the direction they
have taken. The bodies of John Yeater
and wife are being embalmed, and will be
sent to Missouri lor burial.
15. F. Parks, just in from his ranch, re
ports that Jacob Hailing, lately from New
Orleans, was killed in an attack on his
ranch. The body has just been brought in.
No others were known to have been killed
in the light. Two Indians were badly
wounded. They have gone in the direc
tion of Burdick's ranch.
NEVADA.
Murder in the Second Uegree and Man
slaughter.
Winnkmivi-a, November luth. — Wyatt
was found guilty of murder in the second
degree to-day for the murder of Louis Fon
taine at Spring City last July. This even
ing the jury found John Henderson guilty
of manslaughter for the killing of \V. S.
Williams at Lovelock, last June. Both
will be sentenced Friday.
UTAH.
Excommunicated frftui the Mormon
Church for Adultery.
Salt Lakk. November 10th. — To-night,
in the Daeret New*, the Church organ, is a
notice, signed by the twelve Mormon
Apostle.--, that Albert Carrington, one of
the twelve, has b> en excommunicated
from the Mormon Church for adultery and
lascivious conduct. No particulars are
given.
osraoir.
Taken to Vanrouvcr.
PattUD, November 10th. — The twenty
six men indicted for intimidating and out
raging the Chinese were taken to Van
couver to-day, under an escort of troops.
MASMINGTOX TKKKITOHY.
Anti-Chinese A«ii:it..- - Indicted.
Shatti.i:. November huh. — Seventeen of
thoau prominent in tlie anti-Chinese agita
tion here were indicted ho the United
State Grand Jury to-day for conspiracy.
John Kennt 1 , A. A. Mund and P. Wlck-
Btrocn wire arrested, and the other fourteen
will be as soon as found. Kcane refused to
i bond, and went to jail.
INTEREST-BEARING NOTES.
There are three things to ai:n at in pub
lic speaking : first to get into your subject,
then to get your subject into yourself, and
lastly, to t. r e"t your subject into your hear
ers.—[Biflhop Gregg.
Old Uncle Peter, who died in Clarke
county, Georgia, the other day, iiad lived
with one family for sixty-one years.
Although emancipated, he lived with his
old master until the latter's death.
The poor miners of Derbyshire have a
curious notion that pulmonary consump
tion is caused by the upheaving of the
lungs, and so (hey swallow shot to weigh
the lungs down into their normal pi tee.
Vice Chancellor Bird, of New Jersey, baa
de aded that a lawyer who induces ;i client
to give him an $8,000 mortgage For
and then ells it himself for (1,800, raw
turn the profit over to the client instead ol
pocketing it bimselT
A. little girl in Watertown, N. V., dying
of scarlet fever, wished to -send a kiss by
letter to a former playmate. She kissed
the letter and had it sent. The little girl
who received the letter very naturally
kissed it also. From that kiss she caught
the fever and died.— [Salt Lake Tribune!
A KcntiKkian, while hunting in the
mountains of that State last week, hap
pened to break open a large rock, disclos
ing the following legend on the in>;<!'
--"II. Ilees, 1862." How this inscription
came to be on the inside of the stone is a
mystery which the local scientists are try
ing to unravel.
Over a year ago a sailor belonging to an
English vessel at Port Royal, Jamaica, dis
appeared, and a few days afterward a
shark was caught with his tobacco-box in
his stomach, it was sent to his wife as an
incontrovertible witness of his terrible end,
and she mourned over it until he dropped
in to see her the other day. He had de
serted, he explained, and had lost his box
overboard in getting into the boat to go
ashore.
Some learned physicians now prescribe
nitro-glycerine as a stimulant in place of
brandy. It is said that two drops of a one
per cent, solution is equivalent to an ounce
of brandy, and it creates no unnatural
craving. This last defect will probably
prevent its ever becoming popular as an
intoxicant. Were it not for this it would
be a .splendid liquor to smuggle in candy
drops. The iiitro-glyeerine topers would
have to be careful about tumbling in the
streets, as the charge might go off at any
time.
Scbpbisetoi/s Rich Find.— We find the
following in the Zfao&tmne Independent:
We learn that Mr. Bapp and the MeArled
brothers, "f Tuttletown, have taken oat
some $8,000 during the past month on tin-
Rapp quartz mine, above Robinson's Kerry.
For several days $1,000 per day was ob
tained. The rich spot was discovered in a
singular manner. Near the cabin was- :i
large bowlder which Mr. Bapp wished re
moved. A blast was put in and Bred as
the parties went to dinner. On their re
turn, in removing the rock they discovered
it was fall of gold. It is reported thai
Joseph Whittle, the author of the lamed
triplets, has jii-t struck another pocket in
his claim, near Albany Flat, from which
he has taken the large sum of SSS.OOo.
I .. .' : i.y Rbcbion. — The following is from
the Btcckton IndtjH ndent of November :
on Monday a happy crown of peopli as
sembled at the residence of P. P". Ward, in
this city, the occasion being a reunion of
the Ward farnilv alter many years -of sepa
ration, siime of the members not having
met for thirty years. The family comprises
a mother, two sons, three daughters, six
teen -."randchildren and twenty-three greal
grandchildren. Among those present were
Mrs. i.ydia Ward, aged "C years. P. P. Ward
and family, E. L. Ward of Alameda, Mrs.
A. .1. Howlond, Mrs. K. McPanflin and
daughter of San Francisco, and Mrs. J.c.
."rinith of Calais, 111.
Warded A. A. Bbcsh, of the Sing Bine,
New York, State Prison, says Brandreths
Pi;!- are the most valuablecatharticheever
used. He has been a great sufferer from
rheumatism and blood poisoning, but ob
tained very little relief from medicine or
doctors until he commenced using Brand
reth's Pills. He took fifty Pills in ten
days. They not only cured him of rheu
matisra, but gave him a vigorous appetite
and purified bis blood completely.
Two prune trees in full bloom, with fruit
forming, may be seen at St. Helena.
RAW HANDS
Festering, Watery and Raw
from the Finger Tips to
Wrist Cured by Cuticura.
IN THE BPBING of IBM an eruption appeared
on the backs of my bauds. I supposed I was
poisoned by ivy. My hands continued to grow
worse, until the fall, when I consulted meiiic:il
advice, nnd used many remedies to no purpose.
Instead of getting letter they rapidly grew
worse, being a mass of watery, festering, raw
flesh, very offensive and annoying. Whenever
a part would heal up it would be subject to the
m.ist violent itching, 411,1 immediately break out
worse than before. Little watery spots then
appeared on my finger joints, and festering
would spread over a large surface. I n this con
dition I began the use of the Cvticura Rxxe-
DOB. In oue weeks' time my hands were almost
well, and in a short time emirely cured
JSO. D. VAUTIER
Pier 3T, .a. Wharves, Philadelphia.
A COMPLKTK CURE.
I have suffered all my life wiih skin diseases
of different kinds. Bnd have never found ix?r-
I manent relief, until by the advice of a 1.i.1y
friend I us»-.l your valuable Citktsa Remedies'.
I I cave them a thorou^n trial, using fix bottles
of the CDncnu BnoLmn, two boxeaof Con-
CCSAand seven cakes ofConcmu . t oAr. and
the result was just what I had been told it would
be— <i <v»»,V'<. acre. BELI.E WADE.
Richmond, Va.
Keference, (i. W. Latimer, Druggist, NX) \V.
Marshall street. Richmond, Va.
VAKICOSKD SORE LEGS.
My wife used the CrncvßA Rkmkiies for a
sore leg, caused by varicose veius. with entire
and perfect satisfaction. Mrs. John Flaroty was
also cored of a sore lej of lons standing by the
same tteatSMßt
JOHN M. COOI'ER, Pnm:
(.iRKEXIIEI.D. II.L.
CUriCCRA REMEDIES
Are »oM everywhere. Citici ra, the groat Skin
1 ;ir-.', ,'j. ct«.: i\ tk cr.A Coap, an exquisite Skin
Beautifier. 25 cts.; CfTtci ba Re*uvent, the
v.-v Blood I'uriiier. 51. Prepared by the Tutteh
Dp.ig anc Ciifjuicai. Co., Boston.
Sen.! for •' How to Cure Skin Diseases.'*
ITCH ING ' Sealy ' Pim^J and Oily Skin
1 • w'« beautified by Cmap.A Soap.
i|T|-m BACK ACHE. ■\VE.4.KNESS,
t'terine Pains, Soreness and l^iintj
-JHHEHik.'-* speedily cured by that new.
AwPR original, elegant and infallible anti-
to pain and inflammation, the
>-^rtel Citicvra anti-Pain Plaster. At
drugguu. 2oc. ml3-lyWSAwly
COMMERCIAL.
3ACKAMXNTO MARKET.
bacbajibnto, November 10th.
FKUlT— l.emont— Sicily, 18 : Malaga, $6 j
LLmes, *T(a/8 30 ; Bananas, J2 503:2 75 $ bunco;;
Pineapples. UQb fi dozen : Oocoanuts, $6@
6 50; Mexican Oranges, fJ 25@2 50 ft 100: Apples,
fair, 6O*Soc; fancy, 90c@Sl ; Petrs, Jl@l 50 ;
Grapes, 73cfi41 25; Cranberries. S9ia,lo ?» bbl.
PIE FKUITS— Assortea, 2>4-n> cans, f» do»,
$1 20@l 30; assorted, gallon cans, 84; Peaches,
2-% to cans, $1 50: Portland Blueberries, 2-ft> cans,
ft; Whortieberriea, SI 75; Capital Asparagus,
12 25 ft dozen cans.
DRIED FKUITS— Apples, Bliced, SKfl V x?. C;
do quartered, 3<33%c; Pears, peeled, i^fie;
Plums, pitted, .Va6c: Peaches, 6%(%7;.-ie; do
peeled, Lig>l3c; Prunes. German and French,
s@6c; .Blackberries, lu@llc; Figß, California,-*®
5c
TABLE FRUlTS— Assorted, 2%-b cans, ft dot,
51 v?>@2; Peaches, 81 9002; SartleU Pears,
82 . § .: Jo; i'lums, Jl 50@.l 70; Blackberries, t2®
2 10; Gooseberries, S2 25@'2 50; Strawberries.
52 50@2 60; Apricots, Jl 70@l 75: Muscat
Krapes, 81 75<S*2 ; lied Currants, J2 35*32 40;
Cherries. £> :tsft>2 40.
VEGETABLE— EurIy Rose Potatoes, 50.360 c;
Salt Lake, Sl(g>l 10 : New Onions, SI 73 ;
Cabbage, 60i&75c ; Carrots, 50c $ 100; Turnips,
75c ; bunch vegetable*, li'Vfe $ doz ; Parsnips,
1c; Beets. SI: Horse Radikh7&@9c * B>: Garlic.
IHC; Cucumbers, 5®60; Summer Squash, 2%c
■» fi> ; Peas, ggiljg &>; Artichokes, 40c
dozen; Tomatoes, 30<g-Joc ¥ box; Green Pep
pers, 4(^sc 19 ft: Sweet Potatoes. OOcgSl.
BREADSTUIKS— FIour, £1 00 * bbl; Oatmeal,
83 80 IbE; Comnieal, white and yollow,
82 in 25 !b packs, ?■> en in 10 fi> sacks, ? 100 lbs;
Cracked '//heat. Si 40; Hominy, 83 SB ?> cwt.
POULTRY— Live lurneys, 12fS15c ?i R>;
full-frrown Chickens, 84 50<'d>6 1» dozen; voumc
Kooiitero, S3 50<ffi4 39 dozen; Broilers, 126003;
Erne Ducks, Sitoa 50 ; Geese, ?1 2Val 50 » pair :
Ekk9. choice California, 37%@40c ; Quail, SI 25
. 0 « dosen; Mallard Ducks, S-l<» :>; Canvas
liack^. ;■"..-• j "><>; Sprigs, s:t; small Ducks, £1 50 V
dozen.
DAIRY PRODUCTS— Butter, fancy roll, 37'i®
(00 ft tts ; ranch butter, 82%@36e; pickled, 26(^
28c; packed in nrkius, choice, 25@)2TC; common,
15(a,«c; Cheese, California.lor3,)2*; Western flats.
lS&i-Jc; Martin's Cream. 16c
lIAY, GKAIN AND KEED— O&t huy, HSOM ?■
ion: Alfalfa hay, inxlgll i» ton; Bran, fJi V ton:
Middlings, 525 •pi ton; Bariev, whole. 81 37 ;
rolled. t\ 60: Wheat. SI I.V » cwt: White
Wild Oats, 52 3092 35; Tame Oats, SI sC@l 00;
Corn. 8! 2o TR cwt lor choice.
MISCELLANEOCS-Seeds- Alfalfa, lui.^jllc:
rimothy.Ka-storn, 6>^@7>ic ? »> ; Oregon, "6®7c;
Pop Corn, 3%-S)4c » 2>; Red Clover, 18@14O;
Red Ton, 7fa.ac. Nuts— Chile Walnuts, 7KO
3c; California Wainuis, SrSOe; Almonds. Vho
!2o; Peanuts, Caliiornla, 4>ifesKc. I^in (Califor
nia), cans. SU<a3o: Eastern. UM%\\y#. Hides,
salt, H)fht and medium.)- 1 ..^: heavy steers, 9c;
dry, 17J^i:. Tallow. 4 l <jc. "Hops— Sales of Pa
cific coa&l in New York, 10c; market value here,
sc.
BOATS — Beef, 6<S>7c ; Mutton. 5c <j» tt ;
Lamb, 7c; Veal, 7®9c: Hoks. .;-. •:;'..••: Dressed
i'ork, 6c; Hams, Eastern, 14<cJ15e; California,
U'Md^c: Bacon, medium, UJic: selected, 12e;
extra light, 13Kc-
SAN KttAXCISUO MAREKT.
San Fr.ANCisco, Kovember 10th.
FLOUR— Nearly 1,200 bbla Oregon arrived to
day. We •i"" t '-: Best city extra, ?i 25( ; 7.;
medinm. 13 5094; shipping supertine. X! 75(3
:; b0 ';■ 1.1.1.
WHEAT— There is a pretty good demand on
export account, and the market is being met
with more freedom. Altogetoer, the situation
this morning was bett r than it has been for a
day< riiiii. Buyers were disposed to be a little
more liberal la their views, and parcels Mere
i;Lki-n with greater promptness nt a range of
tl t2Mtotl 13J4 * ctl for good No. 1 quality.
Callßoard Bales at the morning session ot the
Ban Francisco i'ro.luce Exchange were as fol
lows :
Kuver season— l"ootons, SI SS l^; 500,tl58: 500
tl .:■,.
Buyer 1885— 700 tons, SI if.'..: 500, tl I>>V- WO,
; aoo, n *
Buyer 1886- 500 tons, 81 '"■;'.: 600, Si i i : , v cii.
A (temonn tales were :
Buyi ■ . .-I 573 : 100, tl '■'■ .
Buyer 1885- HO ton*, tl !• ■ '-„
Buj-er 1886 200 tons, tl 61; 200, SI i,\'
i\ 61k f ctL.
BARLEY— More arrivals from Oregon to day,
aggregating 2,400 it:-. The market ii alow
though firm. Fur feed that will past Inspection
v No. ! grade il U| ctl is the asking price.
Posribly, ■ small lot of this class eoaUTbe pnr
ehased at tl 87%, but no round lots could be
■ecured. 'lh<>ri' are plenty ot offerings, well
suited for feed uses, that can v- bought at a
range ol ?l :>>ia.l :; r i v ctl, lmt somehow the de
mand is light and trade is generally of a drag
ging character. Brewing is well handled and
desirable panels sell readily at SI SO®] 65 *
Ctl. Stork of lair quality can be had below
these figures, though the better uttde has the
preference at higher prices. In Chevalier we
hoar nf no imiKirtiint transactions, a prime lot
could hardly be liought below si 55, while si 1".
would be aI mm the ligure at which poor coast
quality would sell.
OaU lloani sides at the morning session of the
San Francisco Produce Exchange were as fol
lows :
Seller season— loo tons. SI :{2T B .
Seller I.vi 6— 100 tons, SI 07,':.; 100, SI 08 t 1 Ctl.
Afternoon sales were :
Buyer 1885— 100 tons, SI 48; inn si 4.3K
Seller Üb6— HO tons, SI 07; 100, Jl 07'^ ~H ctl.
(•ATS— Another installment of tj.OUOetls from
Oregon Is at hand. Supplies are larger than «an
be worked off to advantage, and a greater or
lesser pro|>ortiou Of receipts is placed in ware
house to prevent values from declining. .So long
as there can be no heavy pressure to realize, the
probabilities are In favor of current rates being
well maintained. We ijuolc: Surprise and mill
ing. SI 40<ral 15; No. 1, Jl -2:\.',@l ;!0; common
grades. SI 20@l ■£> V etl.
CORN— The situation is unchanged. Receipts
come torward, only to be placed in store to a
great extent, as thy demand is light. California
is quotable at $1 17 1 /;<§l ■_•() lor Yellow, and SI 16
"r 1 ctl for White: Nebraska, jl lOiai 15 j* ctl.
VEGETABLES— SuppIies of Tomatoes this
morning were quite large, many consignments
being poor in quality. Values are easier.
Garlic is firm. Cucumbers are scarce. Green
Com, Okia acd summer Squash are out of
market. We quote as follows: Tomatoes, 2,'iia.
35c for poor, and 60@75c? box for good to choice;
F.gg Plant, SOef H ft box ; Artichokes,
15c f, dozen ; Cucnmt ers, flO@7sc |* box ; Car
rots. 10c j> Ctl; Turnips. Ct'(§>7sc <? ctl : Beets,
C0,£.70c ?>. ctl; Parsnips, SI ?> ctl : Cauliflower,
60<gi75c ?do2cn; Cabbage, 75c v ctl ; Garlic,
10c % E>; Celery. .We 9 dozen: C.rivii Peppers, '■->
(qibOcTH box; dry Peppers, 10ig!l2}iJe »B>: Green
Peas, 3' 2 ro,ic¥B>; string Beans, ji.Mc^lb; Dry
Okra, 18ftt20c '-p It': Marrowfat squash, t6@B
t* ton.
FRUlT— Strawberries went at lower prices
to-day, the receipts being more or less damaged
by rain. Poor Apples are in heavy supply and
almost onsalable. a choice article Is hard to
find. Pears are in about the aame condition.
Quinces do not seem to be wanted at any price.
Grapes are not plentiful, and offering! sell well.
Limes and Lemons have moved slowly ■>!
late. We quote as follows: Wine Grapes, iSli.lt,
35 ;•■ ton; Qrapes, 85c0n 50 ¥■ box : Strawberries,
?u •■' ■■ 9 chest ; Raspberries, 5> a) chest ; Quinces.
-'■•■.■ We >( box; Apples, 25<§50c fur [««ir. and
7dc<&3l ?. box for gooil to choice; l'estr.=.
2i@soc for common, and 76c9C SS box for
good to choice; Mexican I.imes, f, -
vox; Ijeaions, Sicily, $7(5 v; do. Malaga, to 509
6 v box ; do, California. Sl<§>2 60 box :
Bananas, 81 su@3 •{» bunch : Pineapples,
$5 nOGi*"' ¥1 dozen: Cranberries, tß@9 for Wi>
ciisin. and Sllfu 11' J* bin fur Cape Cod ; Or
anges, t20®22 50 for Panama, and t15@20 {> M
for Mexican,
BUTTER— Stocks of fresh quality are Increas
ing. and a decline In prices In the near future is
anticipated. We quote: Fancy, 4'2%c: good
to choice, :>7y,M4(Pc; fair, 30@32}4c; mixed
lots, I- 1 ' '• : pickled roll. 25a24c "f» B>;
tirkiirs. W@22c for choice; lfi@ll)c for lair to
good: l'i(arj;..c for ]Kx>r : Kastern. WfiiiAo. •js th
CHEESE— New product is in light supply and
choice brands are ruling at lo@llc V lr.. Choice
old is otlering at 9®IOC. Hie market, however,
is overstocked w ith ordinary grades of old, sell
ing from 5c to Sc %", lb ; Kastern, lue; Western 5c
to 10c f* tt'-
EGGS- increased receipts are expected just as
soon as the country roads dry up, and a lowering
of prices is almost sure to result. California are
quotable at SB@4oc for choice, 3S®37%cf dozen
lor good; Eastern, 19(gi21c lor fair, and S'g/ilc
t> dozen for good : Halt Lake, 30@S2J^ f dozen.
POULTRY— Turkeys are arriving more freely,
and prices are lower in consequence. Dncn
are higher, and good Broilers are also ,1 shade
dearer. We quote: Live Turkeys — Gob
blers, l'>@l7c; Hens, 15<5>17c; Roosters, J4 SO
((i).'> 50 for old and S r >rafi 50 for young; Hens. Bft
(Q~ : Broilers, 53 ■'■0(0,4 0') as to size: Ducks, 81 60
(£G .Vi W dozen: Geese. SI 250] 75 'ja pair.
FRESH ME-VT— Dealers re port prices assteady,
es]>ecially for the better qualities. Followingare
rales for whole carca.shes from slaughterers to
dealers: Beef— First quality, 7c ; second quality,
6c; third quality, 5c ¥ lb. Multon — Wethers
are Quotable at sc, and Ewes at 4J^c fi B>.
Lamb— quotable at 6S7c ¥ B>. Veal— Quotable
nt Tftllf fi Ib. Pork— Live Hogs, on foct, i" .^
4' 4 c: dressed do, s.aCo V lb.
EASTERN AMI FOIIKIGN SIARKETS.
New York. November 10th.
WHEAT— I 2 u.~ 95% breath, 90$e ha Novem
ber, 96348 for December, 88% c lor .Jan-uar>-.
C ««' l l ".l 00% for February and ?1 05>^ai 05$$
for May.
Visible supply, 16,797,691 bushels.
FUH'K— Quiet.
WOOL— Steady at 1201% for clean fall, and
8«810c. for fall burry ; cfcan spring, 39@J4c;'
spring burry, 15017 c ; pulled, 25937 c.
Chicago. November 10th.
WHEAT— I 2 M.— S7'-;o for cash, BS-; H e for No
ccmbcr, aud S'.);,c for January.
Litkrpool. November lotb.
WHEAT— Rather more inquiry. California
spot lots, 7s(a>7s 3d; oft" coast, 35s 6d ; Just
shipped, Ws fid; nearly due. oos. 6d ; cargoes off
coast, slow; on paMgc. very little iuqulry.
SAN FRAJiCIMJO STOCK SAL' - -
Bah Francisco. November 10, 18S5.
MOUSING SESSION.
Opbir 1 KSOI ■C'lFSelcher 1 10
Mexican .w.i.V'-\ Nev 1 10
C. C. Vtu .1 » [l'Dion sOc
G.iC Or* Alta
8.4E 1 50 Scorpion 10c
Savage 1 86 Bodie i 75@2 80
ChoUar SOc Bodie T
H. *X 4 io@3 gnpeer See
Jacket
AFTERNOON BKSPION
Bodie 2 ~\Xq,l si G. <t C 9T>c@l
Bnlwer Siic Savage. 1 80^1 85
Summit We Choilar __BSc
Goodshaw Me H. A N 4 06@4 lv
Mono S}i9^i B. & B 1 43
PodieTnn I'c Jackei 1 55<5,l SO
Peer 50c S. Nev ...1 i >
Crocker SOc Eicheqner Ka
Peerless 1 vxa\ d> Utah 70c
Opbir 1 ■■,'.>■] 10 Cnion - 80c
Mexican l
Princes, Potentate?. Plain People,
everybody needs Samaritan Nervine. $1 50,
at drug^Uts.
"■ Our chikl had Fits. The doctor said
death was certain. Samaritan Nervine
card her." — Henry Knee. Verviila. Term.
$1 50. at druggists.
Missoula, M. T., has a Chautauqua so
ciety.
SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS.
The Telegraph Hill Obserf atory property
has passed into the hands of Duncan C.
Ross.
Christian Reis, who received the appoint
ment of AsM^tant Appraiser for the San
Francisco district, has sent his declination
to Port Collector Hager.
A dispatch from the East announces an
advance in freight rates on all classes over
the trunk iines, which makes a material
increase in rates from seaboard points to
California.
Saturday night, as Goodall, Perkins &
oo.'a steamer San Vicente was entering
Monterey bay, the purser. John Guy, a
young man of 2*5 or 21 years, fell over
board and was lost.
News has been received at the Mer
c-hams' K.xcbange that the bark Hope, in
the Hawaiian trade, was burned and scut
tled at Port Ludlow Monday night. No
particulars have been received.
The commission of George S.McCrocken,
a ganger in the United States Internal Rev
enue Bervice, has been revoked and he went
out of business Monday. He is an old
timer, having been appointed under Col
lector Eigby.
In the case of William Somerset, on trial
for shooting August Daniels in a street
duel in which Sarah Indig was killed, the
jury found the defendant guilty of an as
sault with a deadly weapon, and recom
mended him to the mercy of the Court.
Dr. J. Milton Bowers lias been placed
under arrest, pending the result of the
Coroner's inquest upon the death of Mrs.
Bowers. The autopsy disclosed traces of
phosphorus in her stomach. It is now
said that the insurance upon the life of
Mrs. Bowers amounts to $17,001).
The case of P. J. Jacobus, ex-Secretary of
the Eureka Consolidated Mining Company,
indicted nearly two years ago upon fifteen
charges of felony embezzlement, was dis
missed in Judge Toohy'sCourt Monday, on
motion of counsel for the defense and by
agreement of the District Attorney.
The number of prisoners at San Quentin
October ';i>t \v;is 1,234. Dtuing October
two died am! tliiti' were pardoaeO by the
Governor.
Absolutely Pure.
This POWDER never varies. A marvel
of purity, strength and wholesomenees. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and can
not be sold in competition with the multitudeol
low test, short weight alum or phosphate pow
ders. Sold oillij in cans. ROYAL BAKING
POWDER CO., 106 Wall street, Kcw York.
W. T. COI.GJIAN & CO., Agent*.
SAN FRANCISCO. ap2B-4ply
SACRAMENTO
H A MM A M
BATHS
022 Ninth Street, opposite the Plasm,
ARB NOW OI'EN TO TnK PUBLIC. TURK
ish, Russian. Electric, Medicated and
Perfumed Baths tor Ladies. Children and Gen
tlemen. MR. I. A. P. .MiIiKAN, late of San
PranclsCO, who has a law experience in the
business, will li'ive entire control of this depart
ment, personally attending gentlemen, aud a
competent lady will attend ladies and children.
All who desire to keep healthy, qr who are af
tiicted with chronic diseases, would do well to
avail themselves of the opportunity now of
fered. Prices reasonable. Ladies and children,
from B to l- a. m.: Gentlemen, bom ltol2r. m.
DX. J. S. COOK. Proprietor, will continue to treat
the afflicted with electricity an-.! masuetisin.
nVlpim
W. F. PETERSON,
Mansfactiiring Confectioner!
rjTPOBTEB ani> .iiii'.i'.Ki: in ai.i. kinds of
foreign & Domestic Nuts, Fancy Boxes, etc
618 saisad 620
J STREET, SACRAMENTO, CAL.
i>.< Lp (ID
A PKUFECT SHOE
TOR LJIDDM, XOBB AND Cilll.np.EN.
OrR PRODUcnoNa r;- presskt the per
fection of Shoeßiakinff. Look for our Name
on the Soles: J. & T. c . SINS. S"ew York.
mttoj j f.i.-ltojal MWThS
MAIL LETTDIGS.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
POSTOmCH Ul-.I'ARTMENT. 1
w AsniNiiTON. I>. c. September 15, 188R I
nBOPOSALB WILL BE KKcKIVKD AT THE
Contract Olßce of this Departmeni until I r. >r.
of January l\ 1886, f.> r carrying the mails of the
United States npon the routes, and according to
the .schedule of arrival and departure specified
by the Department, in the state of California,
including maii messenger, mail station and
transfer service in the city of Sau Francisco,
from July 1. 1806, to June nr>, ISOO. Lists of
routes, with schedules of arrivals and depart
ures, instructions to bidden, with forms for
contracts and bonds, and all other necessary in
formation, will l,e fumisln-d upon application to
the Postmaster at San Francisco, or to the Second
Assistant Poatmaster-OeneraL
WILLIAM F. VILA.-.
oTlaw.'wW Pi -•master-General.
Many a Lady
is beautiful, all but her skin ;
and nobody has ever told
her how easy it is to put
j beauty on the skin. Beauty
on the skin is Magnolia
Balm.
«nSCELLAIfEOUS.
Handsomely Decorated, Square Pat- Mustache Motto Cups and Saucers,
tern 44-piece Tea Sets (assorted j 50, 75 cents and $1.
colors), only $4 45. j Cllild . s Motto MugS) 5i 10 , i 5 and 2 j
Ironstone Dinver Sets (complete for ] cents.
twelve persons), 120 pieces, only ' Shaving Mugs.
$9 50.
Glass Tea Sets (large size), four pieces, KNIVES, FORKS AND SPOONS.
only 40 cents. F- B. Plated Teaspoons, $1 per set.
Floral Glass Sauce Plates (persetsix), P. B. Plated Tablespoons, $2 per set.
15 cents. p. B. Plated Forks, $2 per set.
Berry Sets (consisting of twelve berry Iron-handled Knives and Forks, 65
dishes and bowi), $1. cents per set.
Large Square Berry Sets, $2. Wcodeu-handled Knives and Forks,
Pickle Dishes (assorted), 10 cents. 75 cents per set.
"Regal" Covered Butter Dishes, 10 Turned Teaspoons, 15 cents per set.
cents. Turned Tablespoons, 25 cents per set.
"Regal" Cream Pitcher, 10 cents. • Butcher Knives, 15 and 25 cents per
Child's Motto Cups and Saucers, 25 set
cents. Bread Knives, 15 and 25 cents per set.
Large Motto Cups and Saucers, 35, 50, Carving Set (imitation stag handle),
75 ceut3 and $1. 50 cents per set.
«3- Remember !— We carry a full and complete stock ol everything usually kept iv a First-
Class Crockery an.l Glassware KstiiMivlimcnt SfttißfliCtion at ill! limes guaranteed, or goods
umy be returned tit cur expense. All !;<.i».ls packed and delivered on Curs free ol Charge.
49- Send fur our NEW 1 l-LUSTK.V > TKU CATALOGUE. -»
IPTo. egg O" as t root. [mao-tfM wsi Sacrame nto.
__— — — —■—■—— __ _____ *^
\W/ - «3? ■ ""■■ ■ '~-'- : '-~ H -~ ■■ ■"** v* * - *. ~~- '
x - . ■ - . _ __, ___ __ , i /H___t r i i
w^+ '* /^~^^^^^^^________B_i ■ ' ■ T*^iAr2JUt* f i_rl_l
r>TThe above Mills have been rebuilt and ftirnishetl with the full
PATKN'T HOLIER PROCESS, and arc now prepared to furnish the Trade
with a superior article <>(' NEW PKOCIiSS AXiL-IlOliIiKR FLiOUR, excelled
by none made on the Pacific Coast. sl'J-4ptf
C3rO TO J-. DB.
No. 73? X STKKET, BKTWKBN SEVENTH AND KIGUTU, SACKAMENTO,
AND BUY YOUR
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
HE ALLOWS NO ONK TO INDERFKLL HIM. lo2O4ptf] SF.NI> FOR PRICE LIST.
"«• FTJR.NITUHES ! "»•
W. D. COMSTOCK, Fifth and X sts., Sacramento,
DEALER IN
Choice and Select FUENITTJRE of every description, at the Lowest Prices.
*&• CALL AND SEE THE BARGAINS. 013-4ptf
u««. 3E3CXJGrS3: CASEY,
No. 218 X STREET SACRAMENTO,
IMPORTER AND (FHOLEBAUB DhULER IN
Champagnes, Whiskies, Brandies
Iv Tact, all the Popular ron-i^ii aad DtmMtk 'Wiiißs, Liquors and Ci^ara.
O- ALBO PSOPBTBTOa OF THZ EAGLE SODA WOBKB. -S» 026-4ptf
BAKER & HAMILTON,
Sacraincsa'.o .:;33-<rl Sox*, i'l-ancisco,
— AGSirra roa ihk —
Gale Chilled Harrows,
Iron Plows, ■ i Cuitivators,
Seed Sowers, ,■;..? Horse Hoes,
SEED DRILLS, MOLINE PLOWS, IRON PLOWS
33 XX 3FI XS GA.JVG PLO 'WT ,O,
WITH !. I I!;'::; BTKEL OS CHILLED IRON BOTTOMS.
GOKHAM BKKD BOWJUt AMI <l r.TIVATOR COMBINED, inn! all the lute Agrl-
GaUaial liupleiiirnts.
*Bf-^■|:^■ll TO US FOR CATALOGUE OF I'KI'JES, FTC. -£«
We also carry the largest stock of Hardware, Guns, Cutlery, to be fouad on the coast.
Wo are S >le hgentt for i\n- oulj RO ..i Poor-point Barb Wire in the Market (Galvanize! ( t
Painted),
The i<_^_ s _ si A^ Barb
lowa^'^ 8 '' 21 " "" ">^" Wire.
n7-lptf
A-- c&2 j^l- HE3ILBRO3XT,
IIKALEIiS IN
HARDWARE AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
31*7 ojmca. 219 J STREET.
PLOWS! AQENTSFOBTHB PLOWSI
"CASADAV" GANG AND SULKY PLOWS, with either Steel or Chilled Bottoms.
JarCALDWEI.L WAGONS PKRRf CAJgTB. .-^FKINii WAGONS, BDOGIZS, Etc.; GLIDDEN
2 AND 4 POINT GALVANIZ-D KAKB WIRE. We have the Ajiency ol the Safety Nit ro
Kxploslvp ami Utah Sporting Powders. We carry a complete Hssortrneut of KHELF AND
HEAVY HARDWARE, including Iron, Seel, Coal. N.iils, Rope, Axes. Shot. Kune. <>tc. uji-iptf
Mntaal Self Endowment and B. A. of A.
8:1.000. ».-»,00O and «10,OCO Certificates
now ready for 1889 up to 18»5. Dne
flftb of a Ccr.ltirate Paid in Caali at the
Expiration of One-fifth of a Holder's
Expectancy. Live and draw the uioucy.
O. 3~E. DDETKTTOU,
nft-IMf General Agf-nt. No. 306 J street.
H. W. EARLE,
importer in ufa:ki: ;n
STOVES, RANGES and TINV/AEE.
MAXrFACTfP.rR OF TIN' A>:i> 3HEST
iron Ware, Galvanized lion Tanks. Pumps, I
etc: Plumbing aud Gas Fitting; GeneraUobbiug. j
BQg J street,.. fo!3-4plml Sacramonto. I
MAGNETO-ELECTRO CIRCLET.
t Price only Two Dollars.
For the positive rt '.ief ar.d cure oj
Servons llehilily, Lo>t
Manhood and all Sex
ual Weaknesses.
Wei(rhB only one oz.; tscsj end
comfortable' to wear; nith weak
and ii^rttirs vim its results are
apparently miraculous. Sealed particulars free.
Nienticn paper. Addrera
1 81. K. A. CO., 12C7 Broadway, New York.
' sa-lj-MWF&wly
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING,
TBB AHHUAt VXXn&Q OK THE Occi
dental Building mid Loan Association will
be held at itsuilicf, 1015 Fourth street, between
J and X, on
Wednesday Kvening, Xov, 11, 18SS,
At v.hich time Fo-ir Directors will be ele<t>-d.
and such o.her business transacted as may
come bcloie the meeting.
L. L. LEWIS. President.
Enwis K. Alsii 1 , ?-i*cretary. n:t-»t
ANNUAL MEETING
i f\Y BTOCEBOLDSBB OK THE PEOPLE'S
I \J gaviugs Hank will be held at the l.auk
office on
Monday Evening, December 7, 1885,
i At half-pa*t 7 o'clock.
nJ4p4w WM. V. HUXTOOX, Secretary.
~Vr° TICE To CREDITORS.— E-TATE OF
;x> JANE K. GaNTT. deceased. Notice in
hereby given by the ~uuder>igned. Executor of
'he last wl'.l and tegument and estate of JANE
K. UANTT, deceased, to the creditors o! and all
persons having claims against said deceased,
to exhibit them, with the necessary affidavitsor
vouchers, withiu four months alter the lir-- pub
lication of this uotioe, to the tmdeistglMd at his
residence at Grand Island, near Waluut Stove.
Sacramento county.
A. T. J. REYNOLDS, Execator.
Dated October 27, 1555.
A. P. Catlw, Attorney for Executor, 028-«W
2VJI- O H. O ny -A. 3NT
(OF TUE LATE FIRM OF CABET i CKONAN)
nrv- i.- d 222?*"^ ° N HAND A lARGE AM) FI * E STOCK OF • a - J - n "*- r '
Whiskies, Brandies, Champagnes, Cordials and Liquors of all kinds
SOLE PROPR,ETOB f ol- tAe SACRAMEXTO^pTwORIk 030-4^"
JRoUer S^atesTT fLt-\
GREAT REDI'CTIOS ON HENLEY, KITSEL- "*••*• II IliigMsrr
man's Champion Kxteusion, Vineyard JySJKX' ' ' J-.T^^nr™ '"•
Lovell, Club and Kink Skates mid Skate P.hks' yUKHv. ""»■ 1 f
Also, a laixe stock of Repair farts. (,nn-. lUJW> C&JB&iW'*'' SSiiiUi* "fttSb^Or
ipii H. ECKHARDT * SON, 823 X »t. \§£zr
PRACTICAL CARRIAGE MAKERS
A^SJ^^^S^L^xV^^JS^T' CARTS ' «»« AT
J »treet, between Klcveuth and Twelfth (North Side), Sacramento, Cal. uMpt!
BUSINESS CARDS.
JOHN EITEL,
4 SSAYER AND CHEMIST, NO. Sl7 J STREET. '
Analysis of water and assays of all the !
precious and useful metals made. Also, gold
amalgam retorted, smelted aud bullion assays
carried out at short notice. Gold bought h; as
say value or at the highest price. ns-tt
GUTKNBERGER & CO.,
SACRAMENTO FOINM'.Y, FBONT STREET,
corner N. Steam Engines, all kinds of Min
ing, Ship and Agricultural Machinery, Honse
Castings, Iron Railings and Ornamental Work,
Horse I'owcts and the lie?t Ground Roller, nj-tf
H .P. BOOT. ALKI. NIULaON. J. DBiACOL.
ROOT, J-KJXSON A CO.,
UNION FOUNDRY — IRON AND BRASS
Founders and Machinists, Frout tttvi. be
tween N and O. Castings aud Machinery ol
i '■ escrirjtion made to order. oL!4-lplin
r. POSTKB. J. O FUKbTOS.
1850. F. FOSTKK * CO., 18M/J.
BOOK-BTKDKBS, PAPKB-BTJLHSB AMD
Elanlt-Bn-r»!r Manuiacturers, !>"n. 819 .', street,
between Thini wnd Fourth, Sacramento, 020-4p
8. CAHLJI. E. J. OIOI.T.
CARXE. A CROL.T,
/•IONrKACTORS AND BUILDERS, .» RK PBB
\j pared to do all kiudsot work :■■ their line,
in city or eouutry. Principal place oor. r bo
Sacramento, chop, No. IVU Second rtr<
tween X and L. Vo£U>V.ce Box No. 110.
aiento. aulfi-iptf
I. AS. HTM/LM. J. HVMA.V, JR.
J. UT.M.ijy, JR., Ht 880.
WATCHMAKERS AM) JEWELKBS, -c
50f> J street, between Fiflh «;!.i u^
Sixth, have always cm hniid a choi^u JE-/*
variety of flue Watches, i<;nniondß,J<--w-SBliißB
elry, etc. aul'J-tf
PHYSICIAN^ OB HPRftEOI
DOCTORS KKU.IIIIi; >V «;«>SS,
CORNKR BKVSNTB AND 1 STREETS. BAC
rami'iito. Office Hours: Miss Ur. Kellogg—
'J to 10 .\ M., 12 to 2 i". M., Cto7p. M.
HiasDr. Qosa 8t09 a.m.,1 tooP. M.,7toBp.
M. Sundays, 12 m. to S p.^m^ nll-tf
DR. IRA E. OATXAN,
T>HY.«ICIAN AKD SIKGEON. SPECIAL AT
JL tention to Diseases of Females. Office —
i. -"7 .7 strict. i:p>t::ir.-. Residence— lo27 G Street,
oomor Kl- vu. tli. office Hours— 9 to 11 .\. »..
1 to :i a;i<l 7 to H P. M. . n J J m
DR. BALDWIN
HAS KKMOVKI) HIS RESIDENCE TO
northeast comer Seventh and N rtreets—
So. 701 N street Office, northeast comei
oud and K. Telephone No. '.'I. nO lm*
REMOVES).
DS. LAINE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
has removed office and residence to 913
K. street, between Ninth and Tenth. Hours—
Stolo a. M., 3to 5 and 7toBi\ M. Oflice of < ity
Superintendent of Public Schools at same place.
n'l-lplm
Wll, EULLKRY BRIO«iS, M. D.,
OCHUST, AURIST, AND PHYSICIAN FOR
Diseases of the Throat. Oißce, 429>i J
street, corner of Fifth, over Sacramento Bank,
Sacramento, Cal. Hours : 9:30 to 12 A. M.; Ito 4
F. M. Sundays : 9:30 to 11 A. M.: Ito4p. m. n2
RETURNED.
DR. PINKHAM, 818 EIGHTH STREET.
Office Hours— l io 3, and 6:30 to 7:30 r. m.
Residence uext door. n2-tf
DR. A. E. ISKIINK,
r^ RADUATE OF IHE UNIVERSITY OF BER
\JT lin, Germany. Office— s2l J s-treet, between
Fifth and Sixth. Residence— coruer Fourteenth
and X streets, Sacramento. Office hours : 10:30
A. M. to 1 p. M.; 2 P. M. to 4 P. M.; 7 P. M. to 8 p. M.
5 u ljy!_
WALLACE A. RRIOOS, M. D.,
PHY'BICIAN ANDOBaTETRICIAN. OFEICE
aud retidence No. 212 J street. Sacramento.
( 8 to 9 a. M. |
Office Hours:-; 11 a. M. to 2 r. M. Sjyl2-4pt,r
iSMto- i . m. I
PEXTLSTBY.
F. F. TEBBETS,
DENTIST, 914 .SIXTII STREET. *£%&*■.■
between I and J, wen! si<i?,j%aE£^f>
opposite Congregatiouil ''hurch. v - t -lZTj:5'?
n5-tf |
•Tfc * A** MASONIC
J Oor. Btxtta and
W. WOOD,
DENTIST, QUINN'S B'JILDINC,
northeai-: corner Fourth and J^a-?
sixcels. .VrtiCc:ai Te<.tli tmerted in "~iiXl.m'. v
«li bcse«. Improved Uq'iifl mboos 'iiide Gut
for paialeff extrg: tion o> tceth^ o';"vlf
U. H. FIERSON,
DENTIsT, 415 J BTBKKT, 3E- .^aWttt
Iwecu Fcuith and Fiflh. Sacra/feSnaHg
mento, AnifiHsJ Teeth inserted on N -JJjaJ
Oold, Vulcanite ai I , Nltroas Oxide oi
Laughing Us/ sdniniitered f<>r painloss eztrao
tior oi ■ 014-1 m
I. O. SUMT,
a- ATE OF LIGHT A BHAW), ■
_i Den"'-:. < iire urn!
hut TinVs ; "is; store, comer
Tenth and J street*. Office hours: "'-^'T. '
aa. ii. to sr. m. Btmdajs, 10 to 12. 018-lm*
ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW.
cunmi l. white,
A TTORNEY-AT-IAW, SOUTHWEST COR
i\. ner Fifth anrtJ streets, Rooms I 1) and 11,
Building, Sa/ > tami:itc. < ',:]. :<■'• -if
J. C. TI!1SI?S & W. A. <;ETT,
ATTOENEYB-AT-LAW. OFFICE, 601 1 St.
A Notary always in the office. n2 "■
W. H. BEATTT A S. C. DKNSOK,
* TTORNEYS AND COUNBKLOBS-AT-LAW.
J\. Offifjs: Mf'.r.'roiJlrtii Block, X strcr-i, U'
twecc Koiuth (>.nd Kifth.Sacramcuto. Entrance
next door o Metropolitan Theater. 029-tf
S. SOI«S HOLL. 1.. S. TAYLOR.
TAYLOR Jt HOLL,
Attorn?:y.s-ati.a\v. 820 i arr., south
west corner Seventh aud J, Sacramento,
Cal. oJ2-im
A. L. HART,
A TTORNr.Y-AT-LAW. OFFICE, .SOUTH-
J\_ west enrner of Fifth and .1 streets, Booms
12, 13 and 1 1, Sutter BuiMinit. 010
AGAIN^AHEAD!
FIRST PREMIUM STATE FAIR, 85.
SILVER MEDAL aUTfIRST PREMIUM, I
MECHANICS' FAIR, 1885.
MoOREART'S
ALL ROLLER
STILL LEADS!
THE COMMITTKK. OOSStSfTOgG Of FLOI'R
Experts, appointed i-y the State A^ricultn
ral Socii-ty to examine the diliVn'iit exhibits of
Flour at the late State fair, have iuM awarded
C. Mi'CRKARY 4 CO the premium over all
competitors forthewhlte»l mid best Roller Flour.
014-Iptf
A SUB ot Bearrty Is • Joy Fcrever i
DR. T. FELIX COURAUD'S
Oriental Cream, oi Magical Beantifler.
iJA __mMi Bcbotcs Tan Plb
,<ss r%\ BfiL pies. Freckles, Molh
sis -ji2 ts9 ssmbk 1? & '- C " ea - Baah and I
sijjiilar name. :
The dislinguished Dr L. A SayT^ said to a lady
of the haultn (a patient) : " <J» you ladies «•, J
uk them, I recommend Qowt^iS * Cream' as the
, Uatt harmful of all L\e Skin ft maratiam." Ons
bottle will last si- months, n/jog it every day.
Also, Poudre Subii'.e removes superfluous hail
without injury to the akin,.
Mint. M. B. T. GOUBJk.I~.iD, Sole Prop., 18 Bond
street, New York.
For sale by all DriFVg'tts and Fancy Goodi
Dealers throughout »'ne United States, Cacadai
a d Europe.
W B«w>r* of "jase imitations, fl, ooo ßeward
sst *CT— «nd ytaol of un v one sellioi the uai
.Til ifiTlWrtirUaow
MEDICAL.
To the
DR. GIBBONTBISPENSARY,
823 Kearny Street, Ssu Francisco.
/f sr—r^^-. ?A Sexual and Seminal
tj sjSl Diseases, Mich as Gon
jff'rira ili'l-'Tii vMtii etc.,p«.'rmanently cured
,^ or uo charge.
■ 1 -'t3flßjHHjSei!ilMal Wcafeneu.
ab^laaßß fiemiiiil Emi.ss.ious,
Jtp cHßlßjthe conso.
< "vTS^iM^^^SCMK il '' us0 ' This solitary
- v T^SBsHHBSsKi or depraved sex
iial indulgence is practiced i>-.- thi-yi.uthof both
I i an almost unlimited extant, producing
with unerring certainty the following fam ol
rr.orlM gymj tonu, onless eombitt'-d by seieatiflo
meilica. measures, viz : Kallow cr.untenance,
durk .vpots uuder the eyes, pain in the head,
ringing m the ears, uoist. Hb 0 the nu-tliui? of
md raltlingof chnnots.iineKhiiiessabout
the loins, weakness of the limbs, confused vis
ion, blunted intellect, l< , diffi.
dence in approaching strangera, a dislike to form
new acquaintances, disposition io si un -^ci-.ty
-•■■■ OKWT, li-ct:V: -idval
rions eruptions about | r.-ed tongue,
rostidl rcath, coughs, conmmptlon, night sweats,
monomauia mid freimently it -
Cl RKD AT UOMK.'
Persons at n distance may be cored t-.t home by
addrei Ing a letter to Dk. (ill;r,«iN,.statin!fcase.
symptoms, length of time the disease has con
liiim-d, and have mcdii .-forwaided
fre'Mrora damage and curiosity, to any part of
v try, with full and plain dlrecttons By
inclosing ten dollars ill registered letter, through
the Postoffice, or through wells, Fargo &l Co , a
package of medicine will be forwarded to any
part of the Union. "1 lie I a others
fail. Try him. Sleuiimi the FtirxßD-Uinoa
Address i>!<. J, F. :.IrtBON
ja24-4ptf Box 1357. Franc'sro.
C^^^HEJUVEHATOR
This Great Strengthening Remedy
and Nerve Tonli
Cures «"lth inif.»l'itig cert^fiity Nervous
. ticai DtbUity, .-■ tnlna ' ■per
matorrhtea Impoti'iic 1 .-, }'r.i. %• torrhcea, Hyper
tßtthesia (oTer-eenditiTenesa r,f the parts), Kid
ney and Bladder Complaints, Impurities of the
Blood a id Diseaws of the rfkiu.
It pernianeutly utopit all unnatural weak
ening drains upon the sycteci, however they
occur, preventini; involuntary seminal losses,
debilitating dreams, seminal losses with the
urine, or while at stool, etc., so destructive to
mind and body, and cures all the evil effects of
youthful follies and r Ifisws restoring Ex
hausted Vitality, Sexual Decline and Loss ol
IVlanhood, however complicated the ra«f
may be.
A thorough aa well as a permanent cart
and complete restoration to perfect health,
Strength and Vigor ot Manhood is absolutely
■ruaranteed by this justly celebrated and re
liable Gr.'at Remedy. Price, 82 SO per bottle, or
five bottles for flO. Sent upon receipt of price,
or C. O. IX, to any address, secure from observa
tion and strictly private by
DR.' C. D. SALFIBXD,
216 keap.Sy street, ban krascisoo, cal.
rAiVvVVi v!W<Vm SWcaJ merit, will be sent to
UVX^ WLVJJjC WVa^- anT one applying by
stating his
symptoms and age.
Consultations strictly confidential, by let
ter or at office, free.
It l» an established Tact, acknowledged
by all, that DR. SALFIKLD'S KKJUvEn-
ATOR i- the only true gpecino, whlcb
never fails to cure Nenoim nebility, Fros
tatitis and the above-mentioned com
l>l:rtnt». positively restoring Lout itlHnhood,
and with which expensive special treat
ment 1h not required.
**-For the convenience of patients, and In
order to insure perfect secrecy, I have adopted s
private address, under which all packages are
forwarded. -d&wtf
ZO3-1.. MIXTIE.
SPECIALIST AND GF.ADU.S TE,
No. 11 KEARXr STBJCKT.
rpREATS ALL CHBOHIC, PRrVATK AND
X Special I>iseaf><>B with the -auve wonderful
success as of old.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
'il?-"S I' a aerer-faillngfiure
for Herrous Debility,
\?i%S Kxli» as ted Vitality,
r6jf' / .^pcrir.fttorrhcea, Lost
X^ -lai'h'tt^i.iiy.potpiicy,
Paralysis, and al": the
■Kei HlS^raßstec^B Riio- mature
Mk:-- a"j JJEvwH reare—Fuch us Lots ol
M ': di or y , i esc-'.cde,
Ay. rooH t<; •■^x;Kty, ):r.' • !*iob, Noises
In the Head : the vital Enid pasang unotsf.-ved
ir. the urii-ie, end many other diseases tiiat lead
lo insanity a;n'. desth.
UK. SIXN'IXK, wl:o is a regular physician
(gtaduateof the t'nivcr/iity of Pennsylvania), will
agree to forfeit Five Ilnudred Dollars for a
case of this kind the VITAI, RJOtTORATTVjI
(under his hi>ec:al advice and treatment) will
uotcure, <•; . im] ut or injurious
found in it. DX SLDrtXE ir«au> all Private
Diseases successfully without aercmf. Oon
i!!ii;!»ti«n Free. Thoroiich ( xaniiimtioa and
iding aualysii of urine. S5. Price
ol Vlf:il ».<-st:»--.iii-.i>, «i so a bottle, or four
times the quantity, S5; sent to aay addrcsi
opon receipt of price, or C O. D., Kcurcd from
observation, ana in i riv.ite narae If iW^ircd, be
A. K. MINI It, Af. D., No. 11 KfellTOf
»tr«et, Sjin FranciHi v, Cal.
SAXPUR BOrtTLX VBZB
Will be s<;nt to auy one applying hv lettec, r.st
ing symptoms, sex and a^.>. Htnct t-.virecy In
reKKru to a:l business transactions.
bit. MJNTIK'S KIIIXKT RKBCBDT, NE
PHRRTICTrM, cures all kiude of Kidney and
Blsjlder Complaints, H'morrhva, Gleet, Leccor
rhma. For sale by all Druggie!* ; Jl a bottle ; sis
bottles fortS.
DIJ. MJNTIK'S PATOHJOM PIX-tS an
the best and cheapest DYSPEPSIA and
nn.IOUS euro in the market. Kor sale by all
Druggists^
SIRK, GSASY & CO., Bacramento, Wholcsals
myWply&o6Wly_
DR. RBCE,
For 15 years at 37 Court Place, now at
322 Market Street, T nnivTnllo Ft?
Bet. Third and Four.h. LIMA YIIIIj,JYJ
A r*— ii»rlT •teaMsl mni legally f;a»!ifi»l jl.ii.,..tju ml ibf
a 'T v ■■:■*■ st.il, »■ till pracuce wiil 1 rti.
Cures all forms of PRIVATE,
CHROTIC and SKXUAL Tusl
Sperniatorrhoa and Impotoncy,
Mill WsTssft of Mlf-abuse in youih. icxoal eicfuei in m*.
turrr yean, or other causes, ao4 lirMucin^ tome 0 f the foV
lowiug-ff«cti:NerTOinneas. Semioal F.miiMoim, (night «iiia
alooi by dreanu), Dimness of Sfglit, Dtfectivp Memorr Phr
•icalDwmy.PimpleioD Face, Averiion U> Pocicty of Fraai-t
Coofcaioß of J^a*. Urn of Sexual Power,
mirnag* Improiv-r or uDhappr, are thoroaghlT tad p»-nna
nentir cyrM. SYPHIXi IS r«*iUT e lT cured aVI ett *
Pile» and other priTatfldiMase* qnirhlv curc-i.
It it self«vi«leQt that a ohy sician who pa 7 s special attrntioo
to a certain class of dineajw, and treatin X tbcuaaDdi annu
allf, acquirei meat ikilL I'h jtkiani fcoowinsthla fact r.ltem
recommeud persooi to my wt Wl-.+n It i» lßcoDrao^ut t«
tiait the city for treatment, medicines caa be Bent privitei*
and »»fsly by null or express anywhere.
Cures Guaranteed in all Cases
undertaken.
Cnuialtatioua peraonallT or by letter frpf and inTited.
Charges reasonable anl correspondcDce strictly eoafldsotiaL
PRIVATE COUNSELOR
Of 200 pafM, sent to any addreM, i*«urely •«*!•<], for thirt*
(30) cents. Should be read 07 ail. Addreu as thmVL
Of&c* tu u: i trum OA. Ji. to 3P. H. SuoUa/t. 2toA P *
FREE t« vr,,,.l i,.,,,,1r.-rsC, i I ";,","
,:r > :,>,,;,; r V>,, 1.,,,.^l .,,,.^ ! -J I ,;-,.^;;:.^
1\ II r7X T ONLY - * <*»*Bk, Pcrma
|\/| W-* IXI nent Cure for Lost Manhood
I VI JL^l I" bility.Nervonsness.Weakl
„ _ _ ■ , n ""^- Noipmokerv. Indiaput
able proofs. Book sent sealed, free. KRI I MKI>
CO., BUFFALO, N. Y. o«irBaTVTbB '
ODORLESSJXCAYAm
riESSPOOLS AND VAULTS CLEANED
\j cbeap and free from all offensive odotn.
Orders left at Carpenter's Wood and <£al Yawl
fitreet; or at PaclSc Market, 725 J street
will be promptly attended to. '
016-lPiSia J, H. CAMfBKLX A CO,

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