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SUPREME COURT DECISIONS.
[Filed January 2G, 1891.]
Appeal from Superior Court of Los Angeles
County—Win. P. Wade, Judge.
For appellaut, Gase & Roberts.
For respondent, W. A. Arthur.
DEPARTMENT TWO.
I. N. MI'SMLL, "I
Appellant.
vs. V No. 14,013.
The city of Pasadena.
Respondent. J
BY THK COOTS.
This is an ac-lion to recover for services ron
dered by the plaintiffs* city .Murshu! of the
defendant. A.cenand ilemurror to Hie com
plaint was Interposed and sustained. The
plulniill' declined to amend, and thereupon
the court gave judgment that he take nothing.
From that Judgment lie appeals.
Tlie facts stated hi the complaint are
n substance as follows: In April, 188 C,
and ;v;iin in ISHb, the plahitiH" m
duly elected City Marshal of the city of
l'iixadona, v municipal corporation of the
six!h class. Euch terra of oltiee was two
jTTi.Bud afnroacii election hedtxly qualified
■ad entered upon tlie discharge of his official j
duties. His compensation tor Loth terms w:us I
fixed by the Roard of Trustees of the city at.
• hOO |<er year, and was paid. Between tiie
81st day of .luly, Issti,and the 30th day of
April, IJSSB, be rendered services to the
defendant corporation, in arresting oil'enders,
•nd summoning Witnesses and jurors, by
virtue of warrants of arrest. MUbpenas and
Ycniivs duly and regularly is.iued out of the
Heeorder's court of the city, and for thewe
service* the defendant beosine and is indebted
to him in the sum of $S(>:s 55. Again, be
tween the Ist day of May, lbSh, and 'lie U2d
day of Jlarch, IViS9, he" rendered other like
services, for which the defendant became ami
In indebted to him in the sum of !?31S 25.
Before cofnnii.'ncint; his action, be demanded
Of defendant payment of both sums, but the
defendant refused and still refuses to pay the
•ame or any part thereof.
The act of the Legislature, entitled "An act
to provide for the organizution, incorporation
and government of municipal corporations,"
approved March 18, \H>>:i, (Stats, lbs:!, p.
HU) provides, in the chapter relating to "Mu
nicipal corporations of tlio sixth class" (Bee.
855) that the Cleric, Treasurer, Marshal and
Recorder shall severally receive, at stated
times, a compensation to be fixed by ordi
nance by the Board of Trustees, which com
pensation shall not be increasedordiminished
after their election, or daring their several
terms of oltiee." And Section SBO of the same
chanter provides what duties the Marshal
Khali be required to perform. Among other
things, it says: "He shall and is hereby au
thorized to execute and return all process
lsKued and directed to him by any iegai au
thority * » • He shall, for service
of any process, receive the same fees as Con
stables. He may appoint, subject to the ai>
provalofthe Board of Trustees, one or more
deputies, for whose acts he and his bondsmen
ehaii be responsible, whose only compensation
Khali be fees for the service of process, which
shall be the same as those allowed to the
Marshal."
In Pritchett vs. Stanislaus County (73 Cal.
310) the plaintiff was Marshal of the city of
Modesto, a city of the sixth class, In the
county of Stanislaus. He brought his action
axainbl the county to recover lor services ren
dered by him In the execution Of process, such
as warrants of arrest and subpenas, issued out
of a Justice's Court of the county in criminal
cases. A demurrer to the complaint was in
terposed and sustained. It wns said by this
Court, referring to the provisions of the stat
ute above auoted: "The compensation fixcil
t!y the Hoard ol Trustees under Section 855 la
to be for all duties imposed on the marshal by
the Ac!. These duties are set forth in S**ctlon
880 (Stats. lbS3, p. 277) and Include the
duty to execute and return all process Issued
and directed to him by any legal authority,
and by the same section, for the service Of any
proems he la to receive the same fees us Con
stables." And again: "It does not appear that
the Hoard of Trustees of the city of Modesto
has passed any ordinance flxing the compen
sation Of the Marshal, but we presume it has.
If It has passed such ordinance, the Marshal
1h only entitled t*> the compensation so iixec!.
If no such ordinance lias been passed by it,
then the Marshal can recover nothing." It
was held that the demurrer was properly sus
tained and the judgment was affirmed.
That case is directly in point hero, and upon
its authority it must be held that <lie <i->
murrer in ihU case was property sustained,
and the judgment must be affirmed. Soor
ilercd.
-«.
COMMERCIAL.
BACBAHXSnpO MARKET.
— 1
Sacuasiknto. January 28th.
FRX'lT—Lemons—Sicily, $6 50^7 "C box;
California, 9443 5 60; Limes, 55(.; (> B box, 75c
(n.l %* 100; Bananas, S3(a3 50 V> bunch for
Island; Cocoanr.ts. 9<@B; California OrasiL"-^.
Ix)K Angeles, 82(.i'2 25 ft box; Riverside. S3ft*
3 50 • box; do" Navels, S4 25@4 50 y box;
Xandarins, $1 25 *". box; Pineapples,
OOceaeh; 87 ";* dozen; Apples, Spltsenourg,
?2 2502 75 'j* box: Rhode Island Greenings,
Sildtl 50 box; mixed varieties, Sl.^l 25 S".
box: Pears, $1 25(a2f»box.
CANNED GOODS—Assorted table, $2<it
2 10; Apples, §1 Go: Apricots, $l!) 0; Black
berries, $1 95; Cherries, S2 40(ii2 GO; Cur
rants, 82 25; Gooseberries, SI hO(<-;l 90;
Muscat Grapes, 81 55A1 GO; l'iums, $1 GO;
Quinces, 81 95; Raspberries, 82 70; Straw
berries, 82 70.
BREAbSTUFFS— Flour, §4 25 * bbl; Oat
meal, 10-Ib sack, 4c f lb, S3 80 >i 100-B) sack;
Cornmcnl, white, $2 25 V 10-!b sacks, yellow,
«2 10 r» 25-lb sacks; Cracked Wheat, 82 50,
10-lbsiveks, $2 30 100-tb sacks; Hominy.
1 0-lb Kaeks, $2 tsO"s lOOlt's; Graham, 82 40,
10-lb sacks; S2 20, 100-H' sacks.
HAY, GRAIN AND FEE])—Oat Hay, $12
©15 « ton; Alfalfa, do, $12<&14 )>er ton;
Bran. 821 %»ton; Middlings, $27 « Urn; Bar
ley, whole, paying $1 55fel GO; rolled, 81 75
<B>l SO; Wheat iclioice milling), paying SI 35
%* cwt; Rye, SI 35; Wild Oats. 81 75fgi2 V
100 lbs; Tame Oats, 92*2 25; Corn, paying
81 30 V cwt.
VEGETABLES—Onions, Sllverskins, S3 50
Oil T?i cwt; Onions, Red, $3(53 50; Cabbage,
i.OcfeSl; Carrots, SOfeGOc V 100 fts; Tur
nips, ttew,9lAl 25 ¥ sack; bunch vegetables,
12'..^' ¥ doz; Parsnips, SK'il 50; Beets, 7600
81; Horse Radish, 10c V» lb; Gariic, 20(g.25c;
Artichokes, 40c ip, doz; Dried Peppers, 20®
25c; Green Peas, common, G@Bc; do, sweet,
698 c; Potatoes—Early Rose, $1 15(^1 25;
Peerless, 81cr.l -J5; Burbanks, $l(g 1 25; Cen
tennial. ?ltel 25 $A ctl; Sweet Potatoes, 82(tf
JJ 50 y sacK; Celery, 75c V doz; Spinach, 5c
lh; String Beans, 4c*sc; Summer Squash, 3(a'
4e; Cauliflower,Bl t* doz; Green Peppers, 10(<v
liie^lb; Okra, 10@12^c; Red Cabbage, 3c?
ft; Savoy Cabbage. 90c V doz.
DAIRY PROI>UCTS— Butter—Valley, 35C*
40c "j* B>; Fancy Petaluma, 3S(i4oc "^ tb;
Knstcrn Creamery, fancy, 22({i25c; Pickle
Roll, 30ra32 lr.c; packed In nrkins, choice,
15m,25: common, 123^(3.1 3c. Cheese—Califor
nia, 12013)6 Young America, 13w 14c: East
ern Cream, 15(&:lGc; Limburger. l8@20c;
genuine Swiss, 323i@35c; Amerimin Swiss,
81c Martin's Cream, 17@18c. Em, 400454
California Ranch Eggs, 2S@3oc; Eastern
Egcs. 25to27V*e.
I'OULTRY—"Dealers' prices: Live Turkeys,
hens, 12fel4e; gobblers, 12ig>13c; dressed,
14(.i 15c; full-grown Chickens, 944 5 V dozen;
young Roosters, $4(45 fi dozen; broilers,
*3(ii4; tame ITucks, *5(.iG; Pekln, $Crft7;
Geese, S2®2 25 V pair.
GAME—Ducks, Mallards, 9 pair. 50@75c;
Canvasbacks, 750991; Sprig, 40rg.50c; Wid
geon, 25(o)5oc; Teal, 35950 c; Quail, $1 25@
1 50 ? doz; Gray Geese, sO(n 75c V pair;
Brant, 30(S 50c: White, 25c; Honkers, 75c<a!
*1: CottonUiil, 20,'3i40c.
MEATS — Beef, 4)j95K Mutton, G\4c;
Lamb, 9c; VeaL large. 5(.; 5 1;, c; small, »<<£
JS>^c; Hogs, 4(5i-li-aC; dressed Pork. 7c; Hams—
Eastern, 14015 c; California. UkSe Bacon-
Light medium, 9 1.', c; selected, lie; extra
light, 12..c; extra lijjlit boneless, 13 1..',ial4 I>;,c.1>;,c.
MISCEtLANEOtfs — Seeds - Alfalfa, liew
crop, 8«,9c; Timothy, Kastern, oto7c j* it.;
Popcorn, Ear. ;tolc; Shelled, 4V,(u)s}.',c V »;
Red Clover, 10.-lie »; Red Top, 6<S.7c.
>'Nts—Chile Walnuts, new, 1 lf*l2c; Califor
nia Walnuts. 11912; Almonds, new, 14i$
10S Peanuts, California. (>n7c; Eastern.
6@7C. Lard (California), cans, S!'o@9c; Eiist
em. fi^f^lOc. Hides, salt, lisht, 's"c; medium
6twrs, 6c; heavy steers, be;"heavy cows, sc;
dry, 9c. Tallow, ;>;.j.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
sax Francisco. January 2Sth.
FIA)UR —There is a steady tone to the mar
ket. Mid prospect! are not favorable I'or any
lowering of prices in the near wture. Net
cash price for Family Extras. 94 lfxu-i 25 «
bbl; linker's Extra, $1 Ooy-i 15; Superfine,
?;i'u 3 25.
WHEAT—Active demand and steady
prices are characteristic features of the situ-
Htion. Good shipping gradeg arc quotable at
SI 3tsV ; isl ati V t-tl, while proddflt of
extra quality commands a small advance.
>lUlers till their wants at a range of SI 41< .iva
fl 4:i! 4 ?> ctl. '*
BARLEY—Dry weather and speculative
wants to meet outstanding contract* are
among the important factors that help iv
buoying up prices. We quote No. 1 Ffeed
$1 52%@1 b:i%; choice, SI 55; common
grades. §1 so<a-l 51?.,; Brewlns:, $1 57U&
1 t>o; for fair to good, and $1 61»i@l 62Vi for
choice.
OATS—While prices can truly be reported
as steady, it may also be stated that the gene
ral tone of the market is not considered by
mauy operators as favorable as it was a week
ftp). 'We quote: Surprise, $2 05© 2 10;
milling. $2;g>2 05; good to choice feed, ai 95
ia.2; fair, SI Bs#l IK"> VotL
COHN—We quote Large Yellow. $1 32'<;
s::uil! Yellow, $1 32}:j& 1 35; White, SI 3u
<£1 35 V ctl.
CRACKED CORN—Quotable at $30® 31 •»
ton.
OILCAKE MEAL—Quotable at $20 per ton
from the mills.
CGRNMEAL—MiIIers quote Feed at S3O to
$30 50 ?> ton; One kinds for the table, in large
and small packages. 3Vi t u.4c $%B>.
CHOPPED FEED—Quotable at ?27@2S ■&
ton.
SEEDS—A small advance in Allalti is noted.
AYe quote: Mustard Brown, $2 5V •■?;);
Yellow, S2 35(^2 40 ?ctl; Ginary. 3@3HC
H.'Ttip. ;V „<<: -lc; Rape, SI 50", 2 50; Timothy,
e^fto^c; Altalfa, Ty&T^ic 3 ft; Flax,
%U bO<3)'i 05 r cti.
SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-IINTON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1891.—SIX PAGES.
MIDDLINGS—Firm In price under steady
demand. Quotable at *26ft,27 j» ton.
HAY—Dry weather and lijrht receipts have
Influence on prices, which are strong and
Bra. We quote: Wheat. SlStel'J; Wild
Oat, Sll(*10; Barley, $1:>@15; Alfalfa, §11
®18 "f ton.
STRAW—Quotable at 70<aS0c $ bale.
HOl'S—Tliure is some Inquiry, but bids are
lower than holders are Inclined to accept.
Quotable at 30@350 y> Ih.
BRAN—Steady, wijii good demand. Quota
ble at $^:jf,!:»3 50 f> tori.
UVK—Quotable at $1 32^®1 35 ? ctl.
BUCKWHEAT—QuotabIe at §1 50® 1 65 $
ctl.
GBOttND BARLEY—Quotable at $33 50®
33 50 a ton.
PoTAT* >F;.S— Supplies are liberal and prices
are weak.Wequote Iliver Reds. 85§ 90c; Early
Dose, 75900c;Borbaaks, 75©90 c for Rivers,
UOc'n-81 1O for Fetaluinas and §1 30 (*•
1 46 "r 1 ctl for Salinas.
OXIOXS— Quotable ut $2 50(*3 ¥ ctl.
DBIED PEAS—W<; quote: Green, S2 75®
2 85; Wr.ckeye, §1 70fel 80; Niles, §1 50*
1 05 ¥ ctl.
BEANS —Tiiere is a steadier tone to prices.
Trace quiet. We quote: Bayos, $3 BX>fg.3 90;
Butter, 92 75^3; Pink, $2 35^2 -40; Red,
82 7508; Lima, 83 50<g.iS 75: Pea. S3 25;
Small White. $2 90^3 ** ctl.
VEGETABLE^ —Mu.-iirooms sold this morn
lag at .">(Jc ~J. %. We quote jobbing lots as foi
lows: Asparaeoa, 400 v »•; Green Peppers,
TiollOc > 1>: Green I'eas, 3<».r,c • it>; String
Beans. 10@15c ft; Tomatoes $ltesl 25
<P box; Summer Squash, 12'^c •£ tb; Tur
nips. 7.3 c W cti; Beels, ip Ift sack; Carrots, feed,
•1 <>,-.■ .■()<•; Parsnips, 81 25^<-tl; Cabbage, 50.-S)
(JOi-; Garlic G®6o ft tt>: ("auliliower. —<S,—c y,
fiozen: Dry Peppers, 18@20c; Dry okra. i2,'^(a)
1,-..- 9 l v>; Marrowfat Squash, $20925 V wm.
I'TtUIT—A box of lrcsh black Fitfs was re
ceived from Los Angeles liiis week, finding
sale at "50c » it.. With applc-i !Jie market is
well stocked. We quote: Apples, 40iV.$l »box
tor common to good and $1 2r>i&l 75 for
choice: -Mexican Limes §5 ¥ box; California
Linus. oOdi 75c ibr small boxes; Ixtmons, Sicily*
?5 'Amu; California Lemons, !j;2f<3.3 # lor
Uveralde and 91(^1 25 v box for 1-os An
sel,.-; Vaiciville Oranges, 50c "9, small box;
Riverside Navel. S2 50m3 50; RiversideSecd
iinss, $1 75:^,2 25; Los Angeles Navels,s2-a 3;
Lw Angeles Seedlin<rs, fl9l 75 ~& box;
Bananas, 33 50@2 50 t» bunch; Pineapples,
94@5 w dozen; Cnmberries, §10(^11 V bbl.
JJRIKI) FiiUlT—Business h.is bei-n a little
mori'active within n fewdays. Wequotenalbl
towa: Apples, evap"rated, in boxes, 10r« 11<"
sliced, 7'^c; quartered, o'SjilTc; Peai-s, 5c Tor
common nnu 7w!ic for quartered unpeeled
Bartlett; Fi^.:, 2V/"3c; do, pressed In boxes,
•!(j.sc; Pitted Minns. 11#19k Peaches,
peeled, evaporated, 20925e: bleached, 11^8
14: common uundned, 9%@loKc : Apricots,
bleached, 14@18c in sacks and l8(»>19e y*. lb
i:i boxes; Nectarines. 17h1Sc for white: Cu\
iforniaPrunes, 7x//a'.)\i.c.'^lb; Grapes, 3'.iW3?tC
f lt>: "Raisins, igl 75^1 85 ¥ box lor London
leavers: 3-erown loose, §1 40tvl 50: 2-crown
loose, SI 15@1 25 Vbox.
HONEY— Orlerings are plentiful compared
with the demand. We quote: White Comb,
Il'ilsc; Amber, SfilOc; white lKjuid ex
tracti d. li'^i' 7e; Amber, colored and candied
DjggKtefkffi.
BUITLU—There is good demand for fresh
Butter. We quote as follows: Fancy, 37»-:;ivi.
:'.s<;: good to choice, 35<£3tic; 'lair '"to
good, 2H(»32 Ir ( .c; store lots, 20c; Kast
ern,l2>i@2oc for ladle packed, 20 i 25c for
dairy and 25te3Oc "f> 1b for creamery.
UH KFSK-sPricea steady under light receipts.
We quote: Choice to fancy, new, 14®
15c; fair to good, l:.»@llc; Eastern, ordi
nary to tine, 13i.x 1434 c tt>.
BOOS—Supplies are not in excess of trade
wants am! piicrs therefore show steady feel
ing. Quotable at 29530e dozen for'ranch
aiiil 27&28 C for store tote.
I'olTLTKY—Trade has been quiet and slow
for a wee.;, and the prospocta are not favora
ble for any marked improvement directly.
WequotG : Live Turkeys—Gobblers, 10@12c:
Ileus. 1 2@1 le v !*>; dressed Turkeys, 106415 c;
Roosters, si 50@5 for old and $.", ,;<;
for youmn UroUera, fS 50®5 50; Hens,S4 50
S5; 1 Hicks. ' S<ir.j7 for young and ?4fa's
for old: Geese, 91 50®2flpa!r.
GAME—There is good demand, and sup
plies move Off With freedom at current rates.
We quote: Quail, 81; Canvasbacks, «;!iui
5 50; Mallard, $3 50@4; Sprig, SI 37K'3>
] 50; Teal. SI u":.,wl 50; small duefts,
--91; widgeon, *V< 1 :•'■; Brant,sl 25,' a 1 50;
English Snipe. *2(a 2 25; Jack Snipe, 65fi 7. r.<-;
(iruy Uetae, S2 50@8j White Geese, 9125#
1 50; Honkers, Sln.j; Hare, §1 50@l 75;
Babbits, •'Siffil 50 tt> dozen.
PROVISIONS—Fork products are lower.
Lard is also cheaper. We quote as follows:
Eastern Hams, 12J4@13c: Califorjala refriger
ator-traivrtHams,l2"d 12?^c; Eastern ltreakfiist
Bacon, I3di 1334 c; •-'aiifornia Bacon, heavy and
medium. 9®lOc; do light, 12.:.fa 13e; do ei
tnt light, l;>'< t (q.i:ili,c; do, clear sides, 'M/,ts
9MC %*tt.; Pork, extra prime, !?14(a>14 50; do
prune mess, $15.; 15 50;' do, mess, §10^
16 50; do, clear, Sl7<<fcl7 -50; do, extra
I clear, $IS(.-,IS 50 •» bbi; Pigs' Feet, §l:i \\
bbl; beef, mess, hijis jjj7 50,,«y; uo, extra
I mess, bbls, S.S 50fi,9; do. family, Sllft'all 50
Ift bbl; do, smoked, Il 1-r.@l2c « fc; Eastern,
Lard, tierces, 7%''^S\fi; uo, 10-ft> tins, 9to
!>'.■•: do. 5-lh tins, O'itat^/Jc; do, 3-Ib tins, 94
aS3>jq California Lard, tierces. b'.>' S-'ic; do,
i kegs, 9KB9Xc; do, 10-if>tins, lOfiloJi; d 0,
-5 ft tins, 10MK do, 10-lb pails. lO^ic: do, 5-lb
pnils, lie; do, 3-!b pails, lljjc 9 t>.
WOOL —Si nee a week ago there has been a
larfet- clean-up of good Wools by two or three
principal shippers. The quantity embraces
something like 000.000 ids and includes a
line of Northern Fall, a large line of Eastern
Oregon and a smaller line of Valley Oregon.
We quote spring:
Kasiern Oregon and Washington, f 1b...l 4<320c
Valley, do : 20&23
We quote fall:
San .fo:\quin and Southern, free 10(<i!l4
Do, defective: SftflO
Northern Lamb lGi 17
Do, defective 14(u:15
111 DBS AND SKlNS—Quotable as follows:
Sound. Culls.
Heavy Steers, 57 lbs up,
lh 7]4t!i;Bc 6 ©—c
Medium Steers. 40 to sUit.s..(> (it— 4 X4<§—
| Light, 40to 45 »>s s@— fflS—
Medium Cows, over 40 1b5..5 <<$ — &%■",—
' Light Wows, under 4G fts 5 fq)— y-.Jfti —
Kips. fT to 30 ftfc/ 4y.ii!— :V/.M —
Veal Skins, 10 to 17 lbs (j "(a.— 5 "(a —
Call Skins, sto 10 lbs 7 (a, — Ij ft 4
Dry H,ides, usual selections, 9c; Dry Kips
j do. 9c V, tb- Calfskins, do, 9c; Cull Hides, Kip
and Calf. Oi-; Sound Dry Salt Hides, sc; Cull
| Dry Salt Hides, le; Pelts, shearlings, lor.i 2Oe
; each; do, short, 30060 C each; do, medium, f>s
fa 90c each; do. long wool, OOcfa'3l 25 each;
Deer Skins,summer, 37J6CJ do.good medium,
:j'iI..'n,:isc; do, thin, ftO&USC ¥ tb; Goat Skins,
40(u.00c apiece for prime and perfect, 25(^35e
medium, 103200 each for small.
MEAT MARKET—The supply of beef is of
BOOdly proportions. Mutton is linn at old
] figures, receipts not being large. Veal shows
I no marked variation in price, tiiere being
enough coming forward to meet all wants
Pork is steady. Following are the rates for
whole carcasses from slaughterers to dealers:
Ik-ef— First quality, tic; second quality, r»c to
jftjo; third quality. 4k@sc « lb. Veal-
Quotable at SotGV-.c for mrgeand Gr§ Sc -^ tb for
smail. Mutton—Quotable at BK@9e V tb
Lamb—Spring. 160 ¥ lb. Pork—Live lies
on foot,grain fed, heavy, 4fe4Vc; light, i%®
4?ic; dressed hogs, 7®7jie ?».
Merchandise Market.
BAGS—Calcutta Wheat Bags are dull and
nominal, at say 6%®0%c.
BROOHB—Spiral Brace, S3 50 for No 1
S3 25 for Nf>. 2, and $3 for No. 3; and Ladies'
Delight: Patent Bran Cap (Eastern brush)
94 -■),*! 50and 94 25 respectively forNos
1.2 and 3; Patent Tin Lock, $4, §s"3 75 and
S3 50 for the three numbers; Mill and Stable
ash handles, $4 50 and S4 for the two num
bers; Ship, $:!; galvanized bands, 50c per
dozen extra: Wisp und Toy Br-.joms, $2(d2 25
< 'ANDLES—The product of the local Candle
factories is quoted as follows: Ban Francisco
Crystal Wax, 15! 2 c for lU-o/.. and ISMe for
14-oz.: Steuric Acid, 14-oz. ll!4c.; Star, 14-oz
lie; Eureka, 14-oz. lie; Eitgfe, 12-oz., 10c:
Cincinnati, 12-oz., 9c; Mission Chemical Wax
| 1 l-0r... 1-J(.ilt;'.;c; do l(i-oz., 17 l/i(glt<c; Solar
i Bparm, li-oz.. i2e;.do i»>-oz., i-u» Adaman
tine, 12-oz., lie; Eastern brands vary from
7e to 17:'4c; Sperm, 25c; Paratine, 11 (allHe
CANNED GOODS—Local eanners quoteJob
bim: lots as follows: A])ricots, $2- Plums
Si 70: Pears, B2 -J. ri: Beaches, 4G02 oo:
Cherries, $2 35 for Black, and $2 50 for
White: Grapes, SI 60; CJuinces,«l 90; Straw
berries, $2 00; Raspberries, 82 75; Tomatoes
91.
CEMENT, PLASTER AND LlME—Jobbing
rates for the above goods are as follows: Santa
Cruz Lime, SI sti; Portland Cement, S3
S3 25 and $3 50: Rosendalo do. $:1; New
burg Plaster, tßastera) $3 25; do Casting
83 50: Golden (late Plaster, §3; Marble I)u-t
(Xewburg)93 25; Fire Clay, (English) S5; do|
American, .-;3 50; Brick Bust, 93 50 y bbl.
OOAlf—Puxet Sound OoalS are <inoted from
ship at §9; Coos Bay, §7; SouthSeld (British
As A Rule
Your own feelings will tell
you, when you are in need
of a tonic or Blood purifier.
A lack of energy, a tired
feeling, depressed spirits are
good indications that the
blood is sluggish and your
system is out of order.
"I HAVE U E3 S. S, S. FOR DE
BILITY REiULTINO FROM
CHILLS AND FEVER. ANO HAVE
FOUND IT TO BE THE BEST
TONIC AN6 APPETIZER THAT I
EVER TOOK. .TALSOPRfcVENX
ED THE RETURN OF THE
CH:LLS." A. J. ANYLIN,
EUREKA, SPRINGS, ARK.
Books ou Blood and Skin diseases free,
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
Columbia, 812; Wellington (British Colum
bia;, SI2. We quote as follows:
Prices to Arrive. Spot Rate.
Australian, %(ton 88 00 $9 00
Liverpool 8 00 9 00
West Hartley S 50 10 00
Scotch Splint 8 50 10 00
Oirdiff. a 00 9 50
I*nigh 16 00 18 00
Cumoerland n 50 13 00
ggLi. ]:■■■*, 15 00 1G 00
English Foundry Coke is quoted atSl6<u.l7
onihe spot and §12(5.14 50 to arrive; Puget
Sound Coke, 514,. San Francisco Gaslight
Company is Belling Coke at 80c a barrel by
wholesale and 9Oc by retail.
CUICOKY — California, 53^@6c; German,
O^iC tO /C.
ClGAßS—Jobbing rates for California made
are as follows: Seed. SI Oa, 10; Sited and Ha
vana, *',O<ai7o; Clear Havana. !>!tJOf*l2s j< M.
COFFEE— Central American grades are
quoted as follows:
Guatemala, prime washed 20^(5 21 lie
Costa Rica, prime. 20%'a.21^c
Guatemala, good, washed 20 (a2O| a c
Costa Rica, good 20 @20% C
Guatemala fair 1934i5.19v5C
Same, medium 18«(ttl9»ic
game, inferior to ordinary 15 fel«>ic
Salvador, good unwashed 19Vifc. —
COKDAOE—The Tubbs Cordage Coriipany
turns out three styles, which are quotable as
follows:
New Process. Duplex. Manila.
13,-inch 7c 9>^c 133<,c
12 thread 7y, 10 14
oand9thrt'ad 8 10Vi 14';
Hale Rope - »'" Xitfi
Other descriptions of Manila are quoted as fol
lows: Whale and Bolt Line, Hawser-laid
Rope for well-b >ring. Sand Pump Lines,
15c; Sash Cord, 15;.,e; Lanyard and Tarred
Rope, 13c; Lath Yarn, 7',c for Duplex and
1134 c for Manila: Hop Twine, in balls, tarred,
13e; Grape-vine Twiny,l3>ic in coils and 13%0
in balls; Spring Twine, 15c; Binder Twine;
650 feet to the tb, 1 8MC.
DRUGS—AIum, 2>;(jv2%; Acid, 12Ji@lGc
for Nitric, 2}s®Sc for Sulphuric, anil l>0i»
B2iifs lor Tartaiic; Borax, 8%&7 for concen
trated and 7(g»7V:; for refined; Blue Vitriol,
f>4^»>!ic; Caustic Potash, 1 Oca lie; Chlorate
of Potash, 20c; Chlorate of Lime, 2%@2%;
Crude Ammonia, concentrated, 18c; Gum
Camphor, 30c; Gum Shellack, 30(1/33c; Qui
nine, «oc; Saltpetre, English reined, 7»@
be; Sulphur, 2^(5234 for roll and 4j4©4>ilor
DP.V GOODS-Prints are generally Jobbing
at 4%@7; liingliams and Suitings, 7(al2c;
Lawns, bjjcW;,c; Brown Cottons, 4V@9c;
Bleached Cot tons: »®lßJtfcj Brown Sheetings
and Shirtings, 11'.^25c.
FISH—We quote as follows: Pacific Codfish,
C>4c in 50-lt. bdls 7e for selected in 100-lr>
coses, and he for boneless; Eastern Codfish,
7t'-73:;c %>, th; Canned Salmon, 82Vc<3t973/ic"
Eastern Uackerel, 92 5002 75 for So. 1 In
15-» kits and S3 50©3 75 for Hess in 15-tb
kiU; Smoked Herring, 40fel5c for Eastern
and 35c box for Puget Sound; Dutch Her
ring, ijil 50<a.l 75 -ft keg; Alaska Smoked
Halibut, 10(<yl2'<;c$lb.
LKATHEU—SoIe, 2«(« 29 for good heavy,
22(a,24u for good medium and light; Huh"
12A140 %i foot; Side, 12(«.llc f loot; Calf
Skin. 00(<j.75c -j* lb; Kip Skin, $30(<i.ti0 ]>er
dozen; Harnei-s Leather, 27(g30c %4 tb for
heavy and 22(<! 25c for No. 2.
LUMBER—Cargo lots of Redwood delivered
at San Francisco are quoted as follows: Mer
chantable Rough 917®18; Rustic, $27&31;
K-inch Surface.!, 985; Merchantable,
lougued and Grooved, 12 lix-t and over ixG
and l' : ,xo, S2'J'ii3O; Clear, Ixß and up, 930;
Pickets, 912 for square, $14 for pointed and
$18 for fancy.
MATCHES—Percussion, 25c; Telegraph,
55c; Eastern Parlor, jil 05.
-MALT LlQUOßS—Leading brands of Eng
lish Ale and Porter are .selling at 92 75®
I B-i 75 for quarts and 9394 for 2-dosen pirns.
METAJLS—We quote Puget Sound Pig iron
at 530 and other brands ;us follows:
To Arrive. On the spot.
Egimton, ft ton §27 00 S".» 60
(ilengarnoek 2s 00 ai 00
SnottsNo. 1 29 0O 32 00
Clay Lane White 24 00 26 00
American soft 30 uo 82 00
We quote prices for other kinds: Tin Plate,
$(> soc, <; 02.,; Yeliow Metal, 20c; English
Cust Btael, 1 i". : . l(Jc; Sheet Zinc. n'...« :v; Pig
Lt^ad, 6jg 6}£c; Bar Lead, 0v <•; Lead Pipe, 6iJ«
(!' ,c; Sheet Lead, 7>^c; Bar Copper, 2 l(u.2ijc;'i'ig
Tin, 23)/'j f tb.
NAILS— Card rates of Hardware Dealers'
Association are as follow;;: Iron, $2 90; (Steel,
S:i; Standard Wire, 83 50 per keg for
small lots: on the basis of 200 kegs, the rates
are82.75, $2 86 and S3 40 resptictlvelyfor
the three kinds. A discount of 2 per cent, tor
cash.
OlL—China Nut, 66069 c; California Castor,
SI 25 for No. 1 and $1 10 for No. 2: reliiie.i
Oocoanut, SOin Udc; California Linseed. In sin
gle barrel lots, 65c for r.iw and OT 1./- for
boiled; Petroleum, 110 decrees, v cans m^,
2 3c: do, 150 degrees. 24032 c pure winter
strained Lard, 75c in barrels and S-Oe in tins;
Po> 3 el Olive, quarts, §4; I'laguiol Olive,
quarts, il !»."); Duret, do, $fi 5o; extra line
kinds, Sijw 7 V dozen pint.
PAINTS— Pioneer White licnd, (iu.G'.c; Col
lier White U.ad, SMs; Red Lead and Lilharge,
each (s'-.;c.
PAPER—California Straw Wrapping, Ssc,
90c. *1 and $1 10 f ream for the lour styles.
Ql'H'KSlLVKlt—Dull at 9SI.
BICE—We quote: Hawaiian, 5%(a sic;
Japan, sc; China, 84 L7KB4 20 ix.-r (wo
mats for mixed, §5 10#5 20 for No. 1, and
S"' "ioij 5 70 tor Extra No. 1.
SALT—Liverpool from warehouse is quoted
at912Q26; California, 9B9lo for coarse and
$13 ti>sl4 for tine.
soaP—Castile, Bf£A7\(e for brown and
9K®l2efor white; Clicmical Olive, 4%&t>c;
Pale and otlier high grade, 7m se.
SPlCES—Caaate, sc; Citron, 25c; Cloves,
12'^(jjil3c; Ginger, 13tel4c; Mace, ti. r.e; Nut
megs Go(a,t>sc; Pepper, 103^(ffil2c; Pimento,
«}<-.»• to 9c; Sago, 4c; Tapioca, 4c.
SPIRITS—California Pure, SI 18 for No. 2
andgl 22 for No. 1.
STARCH— 6^9B3^ in boxes, according to
variety and brand.
SUGAR—The revised lists are as follows tor
25-bbl lots in bbls:
American. California.
Jan. 27th. Jan. 2d.
Cube Gc <!' go
Crushed 6 tili
Fine Crushed 6 G*.J
Powdered 6 ——
Extra Powdered G li'
Extra Fine Powdered G%
Dry Granulated SJ? 0
XX Dry Granulated s^-7
Confectioners' Circle A 5% ST«
Wliite Extra C SV? ——
Extra C -i% 5
Golden C _ \% -w
SYRUP—BbIs, 25c; hf bbts, 27 He; k.-gs,
32% tins, 42, l4c.
TEA—(Jood medium grades Japan are Job
bing at 25035 c,
TOBACCO—PIug, 33@72c; Smoking, 35ft.
75c Vlb: Fine Cut Chewing, in foil and pails,
$G 25fu ».
WHALEBONE—Arctic is quoted in New
York at $4 50.
WHISKY—We quote: High proof. $1 75 to
S2; low proof, $2(« 2 50; various brands of
Bourbon, $2 i>s(g:s 50 %>. gallon, according to
ace.
WlNE—French Claret, §G2ra <J6 V cask;
Chanipagne, $ 1 Gfu;32l> basket; California bulk
descriptions are qu»U?d as follows: Angelica,
$1 05 to $1 25; Claret, 50ftu75c; Port, Slfcv
3 50; Sherry, $1 15 to 81 25; White,-15c®
?1 50 a gal.
WOODENWARE—The Pacific Woodenware
and Cooperage Company's price list quotes
three-hoop Painted Pails at S3; varnished do.
black hoop, $3 25; varnished do, galvanized
hoop, $3 75; white do, galvanized hoop. §3 75
<&5, and brass bound do, 87 50(29 B dozen.
YEAST POWDERS—Standard brands ol
full weight, 1 U-ounce cans, S4 60 %* dozen, and
other sized cans in proportion.
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK SALES.
San Francisco, January 2S, 1891.
MORNING BOARD.
O])hir 3 25(0f3 30 Union 1 95
Mexican 2 40 Alta SOW'.oc
O. & C 2 40 Julia 15ft :i(ic
B. &. B 2 50&2 60 Caledonia ...50c
Con. Va..._ 4(g.4 05 Challenge 145
Savage 2 15 W. Com 35c
Chollar 2 15(4*2 120 Kureku, 2 60.U3
Potosi 4 85(a5Prlze 15fr5'.!O<:
Point 1 75NavaJo 20m'25c
Jacket 2 15(y,2 20 N. B. Isle 50c
Imperial...-. 2yc Queen t>so
Belcher 1 60 Com. W 75&S0c
Kcntuek 80@S5c N. Com. W 50(js55c
Alpha 80(aS5c Delmonte 10<<jj15c
Confidence s<tts%ißodie 85fd-90c
S. Nevada..l 75(3(1 80 Syndicate s(ij,loc
Utah 75c Peer T.lsc
Bullion 2 20 Peerless 10(£15c
Ksehequer 70(a,75c Crocker 10(*15c
Beg. Belcher 90c Weldon 10c
H. i N 1 40@l 45 Locomotive s@loc
Overman 1 90 Gcary-st. R. R 97
Justice 90c,
AFTERNOON SESSION.
Ophlr 3 30 Julia 15@20c
Mexican 2 50@2 55 Caledonia 75ft»S0c
O.&C 2 45 Challenge 1 50
Host & B._ 2 50 Occidental 8O(«,85c
Con. Va._...4 05(ft;4 15 Lady W 20c
Savage 2 15(*2 20 Silver Hill 25c
Chollar 2 15®2 20 Baltimore 15c
Potosi_ 4 95 New York 20c
H. & N 1 40@l 45 Andes 75@80c
Point 1 SOW. Comstock 35c
Jacket 2 25 lEureka 2 75
Imperial 2 0(a>2 5c Prize 15(3i20c
Kentuck. 85c Navajo .._ 20c
Alpha... 85c Belle Isle 30c
Belcher ..1 75 Mt. Diablo 2 05
Conlidence ...s@sViiHolmes 2®2 50
S. Nevada- _1 75 Queen _ 25c
Utah 75c; Com'wealth 80c
Bullion .2 15 N. Com'wlth 55c
Exchequer — 70cDelmonte _10&15 c
Scg. Beicher... lißodie Ssc
Overman...2 10®2 3O,Peer 10(§iir>c
Justice «oe<ai'Crocker 10:*15 c
Union. 1 95, Peerless 10<gl5c
Alta _ _60c;Locomotive 5c
The thousands of cures of scrofula, salt
rheum, etc.. by Hood's Sarsaparilla con
stitute absolutely conclusive evidence of
its superior merit as a blood purifier. Be
sure to get Hood's.
For the cure of a cough or soro throat,
Brown's Bronchial Troches are a simple
remedy.
JOS, THIEBEN COTil¥(M
The Leading Crockery House in Sacramento.
With one years' experience we can safely say, by carrying
the best selected stock and selling goods at a living profit, and a
all times catering to the wants of the trade, we have succeeded
in establishing ourselves before the people of this city as a
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS AND RELIABLE HOUSE. Our motto
at all times is to please our customers, and as our goods are
marked in PLAIN FIGURES, we invite you all to give us a call
before buying goods in our line.
tTOS. THIEBEN CROCKERY CO.,
NO. 518 J STREET.
WE AEE THE RECOGNIZED HEADQUARTERS FOR HOTEL, BAR AND
RESTAURANT SUPPLIES.
$10—NO. 7 COOK STOVE^sia
We offer you the largest Cook Stove, with the largest and
best oven to be found in the State, for £10. Come and see
it. Every one warranted. New price-list free on application.
ROOFING, PLUMBING AND GENERAL JOBBING.
:.:.!!. :;j:!iiii«iiiiiui!LHiaiiiiiim;!iiiiiii!iii:i.iui:t
CHAMBERLIN <5t CO., 313 PC Street.
HUNTINGTON-HOPKINS COMPANY,
Sporting Goods, Shotguns, Rifles, Standard Loaded
Shells, Powder, Shot, Etc.
SACRAMENTO AND SAN FRANCISCO.
KLUNE 5t FLOBERG,
WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS. 428 J STREET. BETWEEN FOURTH AND
Fitlti, dealers in WATCHES, JEWELRY and DIAMONDS. IIEI'AIUINU in all its
blanches a specialty, under Mr. Sfotterg, Agents for ROCKFUKD WATCH COMPANY.
52. Ax7"_A.C]s3:;S3:OP2.ST,
lEAPTNG JEWELER OF SACRAMENTO, AGENT FOU PATEK, PHILIPPE &
j CCS WATCHES—best in the world. Sign ot the Town Clock, No. 315 J Street,
Sacramento.
Geo. Wissemann, I I IV ft I — \) /-*\ St. Louis Beer.
agent Fou«j- i I— j\ /! I—/ AiwaysontapafW^ssa
.o,o Fourth St., Sacramento. L- | |V | j OS^£JS£^^°"
Known by Their Huts.
A man who knocks about a great deal,
and is a close observer, said recently to a
Chicago Tribune reporter: "There is a
man in this town who makes a living out
of the manufacture of hat linings. Uo
has stamps of all the leading hat booses
in the city and New York nod Paris.
You know, maybe, that a man is often
known by the hat he wears. There are v
few hat men whose hats take the lead,
and the young men who want to appear
as if thoy were near the bead of the pro
cession get the linings of these well
known hat nmnufartuivrs from the man
of whom I hare just lold, und ho puts
them in cheap lints. The customer turns
up his hat then, whenever be takes it off,
and shows the. stamp of v well known
Jiouse. and thus, in some circles, ho
establishes himself without the assist
ance of any letters. The hat-lining does
it."
Protect Your Health.
Cold and moi»ture combined have ■
totporWng cli'cet upon the bodily organs,
and the iliß. stivo and secretive pim-ossea
arc apt to be more tardily ])crl«>rnicd in
v inter tlian in the fall. The same is true,
also, of the excretory functions. The
bowels are often slu^isli, and the pores
of the skin throw otr but little waste
matter at liiis season. The svslem, there
lore, requires opening up a little, and also
purifying and regulating, and the safest,
surest and most thorough tonic and alter
ative that can be need for these purposes
is Hostetter's Stomach Hitters. Persons
who wish toeseapethe rheumatic twinges,
tiie dyspeptic agonies, the painful dis
turbances of the bowels, the bilious at
tacks and the nervous visitations, so
common at this time of the year, will do
well to reinforce their systems with this
renowned vegetable stomachic and invig
orant It improves the appetite, strengi li
ens tiie stomach, cheers the spirits, und
renovates llie whole physique.
jo*J^ Of Pure Cod
A^^i Liver Oil and
rjhjf 1 KYPOPHOSPHBTES
Wi\j of Lime and
Soda
le endorsed and proscribed by loading
phyulclans becauso both tbe Vod TAver Oil
and IlypophoaphUea aro tlio rocogulzod
agents In ilio euro or Cottatimption. It la
as palatable as milk.
CAnfi^A CiMtiiatAM '' " perfect
i« « wonderful t'Usli. Producer. It ia Vie
Beat /£eiu«ly lor CONSUMPTION,
Scrofula, Bronchitis, Wasting Dig.
eases, Chronic Cong-he and Colds.
Ask lor Scott's Emulsion and ftOw no otuor.
Sore Throat, Infiu
j^^--** „,"*^ vn enz», Whocplnff Coc^h,
p^ Croup, Bronchitis rjid all di -
J_\\w\ \^ cases of the Throti,Lnnga and
s^T\\\\V^ Chest ore quickly and pcr
\.> vio^psv\3' 'naneul 'y cured by tb t ? uso of
vi?s\ Wistars Balsaiß of WUI raeri7'
CDe ?cnulDo unlcM signed
BtTTS" on the wrapper.
fc ACT LIKE ■
I ON A WEfiK STOIfiACH. I
I 25 Cents a Box. |
P OF ALL PRUCCISTS. g
CAST YOUR 9 OVER THI.
TTiU for trot ilhutnt
W^^J^T|^^j|^^T|y f-iniir lojx-r <>n lur^icaJ optixtirf
a 2fi & K-J ' mJG tuxuon, rLrtUiX i'il«s, vvieoea
IS 9 Pv 'a^BK li3"tJl *ljC«^: bmvs, ■{Tpltxiicr^ 1
j^*^ <■ tl M M iffk dwforwiUet, leniAle ■"i<mi*ixin(
confidentui U-olt for :n<
lexpiAining why tbcotunia cwinut get ciirvd of ip*clal, prira>
chrooie diaea«e«, ey*. e&rs, lnncs, asmiiui wrakness, lot*
ma&hc-od, gleet* xyphiUa, annAturml lumci, nralu of ftbua* .
«xcc»««, wh:ch unfit *U for m *rria c v, Kapplucat, or lite'i d
ti«. Dft. UEStC'S WONDERFUL GERMAN IMVtQORATO
the ffTtitest reniedy far »b-*-*e V>iui»ia.:a£3. To prove its urrlt
$1 tn*l bottle aent fr^n. A jJre«. Off. I/f/7/G A CO. 400 Go*
3L. Bui J'r»ueuco. t.u., or Ml W. XUi St., Kauju Citj-. Hu
PI I Fe ITCHING PILES"
ILr^ISWAYNE'S
uutattM^c' OJNTMFRST
A3BOLUTBLT CURES. UiniHStlll
syMPTOMS-MoUtwr.-; lotru.r Itchln; sad
•tiuaioe: mu*t nt nleht; w«r*e by KrmichTac- If
nllowo) to <-"atJnot IMon form and pratrnde,
which nt'ton blrc«i «n<j ulrerale, beeonlnc very
«"1 bl^.i! me. heal* «l»tml!««, noil In moit c«.r»
r;mo vo. tke umon. A»k tow DraaiM tar U.
gotcl© anii
GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL,
Corner .Seventh and X streets.
QTRICTLY WIItST-CLASS. FREE'BUS TO
)O and from the c^irs.
W. O. BOWERS, Proprietor.
CAPITAL HOTEL,
Corner Seventh and X streets, Sacramento.
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS. FREE 'BUS
to and from the Cars. B. B. BROWN, for
merly of the StotcjlouseHotel. Proprietor.
WESTERN HOTEL,
mHE LEADING HOUSE OF SVCRV
-1 mento, Cul. Meals, 88 cents. WM. LAND,
Proprietor. Free 'Bus to and from hotel.
THE SADDLE ROCK
Restaurant and Oyster House.
FIRST-CLASS HOUSE IN EVERY RE
.spect. ljiidies' dininsr-room separate. Open
(lay and ni-ht. BUCKMANN A: CARRA-
OiitH, Proprietors. No. 1019 Second street,
be 1 ween J and X, Sacramento.
PACIFIC~HOTEL,
Corner X and VtiQi sts., Sacramento.
CENTRALLY LOCATED, AND CONVE
nicnt.to all places of amusement. The best
family Hotel in the city. The table always
supplied with the best the market airords.
Street Cars from the depot pass the door every
flve minutes. Meals. :_>s cents.
C. F. SIKGLEIOW, Proprietor.
ST. DAVID'S,
715 Howard Street, near Third San Francisco,
A FIRST-CLASS LODGING HOTEL, CON
taining 300 room;-;; water and gas in
each room; no better beds in the world; no
pruest allowed to use the linen once used by an
other; a lanjy rending room; hot aud cold
water baths free. Price ot Rooms—Per night,
5O and 75 cents; per week, from SU uowards.
Open all nitht. R. lIUGKES. Proprietor.
«*-At Market-strict Ferry take Omnibus
Line of street cars for Third and Howard. TTS
CANDYI
61© X STREET.
MANUFACTURED DAILY.
The Finest and Purest. jo-tf
afMune weeta mar/sairroffEcv/ig
WHMifES GOLDEN SPECIFIC
Itean be given in coffee, tea, or in articles of fc~
without the knowledge of patient if necessarj
H Is absolutely harmless and will effect a iiernu
nent and speedy cure, whether the patient is
moderate rtrinker or an alcoholic wreck. ITN"
ER FAILS. Itoperatps so quietly and with at
certainty that tbe patient undergoes no incf
venionce, and soon his complete reformation
effected. 48 page book free. To be had of
JOSEPHJIAHN J^CO.,^ifth and J Streets.
TO WEAK MEN
■ W H hNli IT I LBV youthful errors
f »rty decay, wasting weakness, lort manhood, etc,
I will send a Taluable treatise (sealedi coutainlng
full particularo for home cure, FIIGE of charge
A splendid medical work; should fv< read by evorr
man who is n»irons and dehiliuttd. Ad-.ireas.
ProC F. C. FOWLIiU, Moodui, Conn,
rSaro, Certain and tffectual. ■»• "•■■«
ituuor k; Mil. »«ii -».-. br •• Vk niaan't Mafc
Uvard," WUCUX BrKKIVIC Co.. Pbu^i.ipbto.
Sold by Kirk, Gearv <ft Co., Sacramento.
TTS
**»■ BUYS A CO^RD~
QF OLD LUMBER WOOD. GET YOUR
winter supply now at the C. O. D. YARD,
r ourth and I streeta.
NATIONAL BANK OF D. 0. MILLS 4 CO.,
Sacramento, Cal.—Founded, 1850.
Saturday Hours _ 10 a. m. to 1 p. M.
Dlrectous and Shareholders:
D. O. MILLS 1,538 Shares
EDGAR MILLS, President 1,538 Shares
8. PRENTISS SMITH. Viee-Pres. 250 Shares
FRANK MILLER, Cashier 351 Shares
C. F. DILLMAN, Asst. Cashier.... 135 Shares
Other persons own 1,198 Shares
Capital and Surplus, $600,000.
-93-Chrome Steel Safe Deposit Vault and
Time Lock.
FARMEHS^iNDIS^NI^SAYIXGSIANK
Southwest Corner Fourth and J streets,
Sacramento, Cal.
Guaranteed Capital $000,000
T OANS MADE ON UEAL ESTATE. IN-
J_j terest paid semi-aunually on Term and
Ordinary Deposits.
B. U. STEINMAN President
EDWIN K. ALSIP Vlce-President
D. D. WHITBECK Cashier
C. H. CUMMINOS .Secretary
JAMES M. STEVENSON .....Surveyor
DIRECTORS:
B. U. STEiNMAJf, Edwin K. Alsijp,
C. H. Cummings, W. E. Terry,
Sol. Runyon, James McNasser.
Jas. M. Stevenson.
CALIFORNIA STATE BANT
And Safe Deposit Vaults,
SACRAMENTO, CAL.
Draws Drafts on Principal Cities of the World.
Saturday Hours, 10 A. M. to 1 P. M.
okficeks :
President N. D. RIDEOUT
Vice-President KRED'K COX
Cashier A. ABBOTT
Assistant Cashier W. IS. GERBEU
directors:
C. W. Clarke, Jos. Stf.ffens,
Gko. C. Perkins, Fked'k Cox,
N. D. Rideout, J. R. Watson,
W. E. Gkkhek.
PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANKT
Sacramento City California
CAPITAL STOCK PAID UP, SS2»,oOO;
Reserve and Surplus, 054,968 'JO. Term
and Ordinary Deposits received. Dividends
paid semi-annual fy. Money loaned on Real
Estate only. WM. BECKMAN, President.
Ueo. W. Lorenz, Cashier.
"SACRAMENTO" BANK.
mHE OLDEST SAVINGS BANK IN THE
JL city, corner of Fifth and J streets, Sacra
mento. Guaranteed capital, S5OO,OOO; paid
up capital, Kold coin, J!;ioo,OOO: loans on real
estate in California. July 1.1590,.?2,«98,4-1^;
term and ordinary deposits, July 1, 1890,
$2,709,39-1. Term and ordinary "deposits re
ceived. Dividends paid in January and July.
Money loaned upon real estate only. The
Bank does exclusively a savings bank busi
ness. Information furnished upon npplica
tion to W. P. COLEMAN, President.
Ed. R. Hamilton, Cashier.
CROCKER-WOOLWORTH NATIONAL BAM,
323 Pine street, San Francisco.
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $1,000,000. SURPLUS, $250,000.
DIUECTOKS:
CHARLES CROCKER E. H. MILLER. JR.
R. C. WOOLWORTH President
W. E. BROWN Vice-President
W. H. CROCKER Cashier
4rrmt», f?cei>*, $rtrf»fct*cc, ©far.
W. R. STRONG COMPAHY,
—UKADQUARTEKS FOR—
jßLlfalfa. Seed, Hlte:.
*S~ Oregon Potatoes ln_lx>ts to Suit.
CULTIVATED WHITE WILD OATS
And ALFALFA SEED in lots to snit.
W. H. WOOD & CO.,
WHOLESALE PIIODL'CE,
Nos. 117 jf°_I2_s_J_JStr«rt> Sacramento.
S. GERSON & CO.<
—WHOLES AXE—
Fruit, Produce and Commission Merchaofs,
SACR.VSIEXTO, CAI..
P^O. Box 170.
CURTIS~BRbs. & CO^
6EERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Wholesale Dealers in Fruit and Produce,
308, 310, 812 X St., Sacramento.
Telephone 37. Postoffice Box 335.
EUGEXE J. GREGORY. FRANK GREGORY.
GREGORY EROS. CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO GREGORY, BARNES &
CO., Nos. 126 and 12S J St., Sacramento,
wholesale dealers in Produce and Fruit. Full
stocks of Potatoes, Vejretsibles, Green and
Dried Fruits, Beans, AlfalOi, Butter, Eggs,
Cheese, Poultry, Etc., always on hand. Orders
filled at LOWEST RATKS.
THE PARKER
wmm wm
AT THE ANNUAL TOURNAMENT OF
ISS9, held at Cannes, France, the grand
prize, consisting of U.OOO francs and a valua
ble cud. was won with the Parker Hammer
less. The first Parker Hunimcrlrss eon made
won the championship of America at Decatur,
111. Send for Illustrated circular.
PARKER BROS., Makers,
MERIDEN, CT.
New Tork Salesroom, !)7 Chambers St.
SHERWOOD HALL NURSERIES
Timothy Ilopklns,
MENLO PARK, SAN MATEO COUNTY, CAL
Carnations, Roses, Chrysanthemums
and Cut Flowers.
«»- SWEET PEA SEED_A SPECIALTY/-**
*>~^ DR. JORDAN & CO.'S
\la Museum of Anatomy,
i""1 MARKETfcTREET,SA"N
I'M Francisco. Admission,2s
IyBI c< ins. i;<> and learn how to
fl TI^Q avoid disease. I'onsultation and
1 M&I treatment personally or by let-
I «^6 \ '' '' "M spermaforrhi aor gi nital
IlntJCf weuknt-sses and all diseases ol
wA » sP nicn. Send for book. Private
R office, 211 Geary street. Con
«b I) sultation free. aul4-tfw
SEND THE WEEKLY UNION TO YOUR
tntuu.s In the East.
AECHITECTS.
ND. GOODELL AND F. H. SCHARDIN
. have associated themselves together as
Architects and Builders. Office, Pioneer Hall,
Seventh street, between ) and X, Sacramento,
Cal. Consultation and eotiinates made free of
charge.
~MBS. MARION STIRLING. M. D.,
LATE LADY PRINCIPAL OF DUFFERIN
Medical College for Women, and Superin
tendent of Women's Hospitals and Dispen
saries In Northern British India. Diseases of
women and children a specialty. OFFICE—
Room 7, Odd Fellows' Temple.
11. F. BOOT. ALEX. NEII J SON. J. DRISCOL.
BOOT. NEILSON & Cn ,
TJNION FOUNDRY—IRON AND BRASS
\j Founders and Machinists, Front street,
between N and O. Castings and machinery of
every description made to order.
~CHABLES h7OATMAN7~
A TTORNEY AND COUNSEI-OR AT LAW.
J\ Ottice —120 J street, Sacramento, Cal.
Notary Public.
A. L. HART,
\ TTORNEY-AT-LAW—OFFICE: SOUTH-
J\ west corner Fifth and J streets. Room*!
U>, lli and 14, Sutter Building.
THOMAS W. HUMPHBEY,
A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
J\ Southwest comer Seventh and J streets;
Notary Public. Collections. Sacramento, Cal.
F. F. TEBBETS,
DENTIST, <Jll SIXTH ST.. fSS^Sß^ft ■
between I and J, west si'l>',7fp^^Sabk
opposite Congregational Church.
DR W. C. BKITH,
DENTIST, LINDLEY BUlLD
inu', southeast corner Sev-fiH^^Sßk
tnth and J strLvts, Sac-ranu-ntu ITrJ^SSi-iS^
cai.
c. h. stephensonT"
DENTIST, CORNER SEY- «S3S53^
enthand .1 streets, over Ly-|?TW3«HiK
011s I >ry Goods_Store.
p^:^j^i4& Hst A
l(«i»crtakero,
J. FRANK CLARK, "
UNDERTAKING PARLORS,
1017 and 1019 Fonrti street, Sacramento.
EMBALMING A SPEOIALTY.-GEORGE
H. CLARK, Funeral Director and County
Coroner. Telephone No. 134.
W. J. KAVANAUGH, Undertaker.
No. 518 3 St., bet. Fifth and Sixth.
A LWAYS ON HAND A LARGE ASSORT
±\_ ment of Metallic and Wooden Caskets.
Burial Cases. Coffins and Shrouds furnished.
Coffin orders will receive prompt attention on
short notice and at the lowest rates. Office
open day nnd night.
Finest Lunch House in the City,
CAPITAL ALE VAULTS, NAGELE &
BVENBSON, Proprietors. Ltmch from 11
A.M. to U p.m. Clam Chowder and Mossel
Soup every evening from 0 to 12 o'clock.
Finest branda of Wines. Liquors and Cigan.
CONCORDIA BEER HALL~
Xo. tOil Fourth Street.
HAVING MADE EXTENSIVE IMPROVE
nient^ tlie- public arc now cordially in
viled to a first-class resort. Saiuiwii-lics <">f all
kinds. BulliUo Beer on draught and in bot
tles. The linest Wines, Liquors ami Cigars on
hand. H. KOHNE, Proprietor.
EBNER BROS.,
116-118 X Street, Front and Second,
Sacramento,
TMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL-
J_ ers in Wines and Liquors. Agents for the
celebrated Pommery and Qrepo Cljaiup::-ni-.
M. CRONAN,"
230 X SC, and. 1108-1110 Tlilrd St..
Sacramento, Cal.,
TMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER
L in Fine Whiskies, Brandies and Cham
pagne.
JAMES WOODBURN,
No. -117 k Street. Sacr&mento, Cal.,
IMPOUTEU AND WHOLESALE DEALER
in One Whiskies, Brandies, Wines and
Liqnors. Thanking my old friends ami pa
trons for their former patrona-re, I solicit a
continuance ot the same. All orders will bo
promptly nnd carefully tilled.
ilaUrtjafr ®ime ©able.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
PACIFIC SYSTEM.
January 19, iB^x.
Trains Leave and are due to
Arrive at Sacramento.
LEAVE I TRAIK3 BUM DAILY, j ARRIVE
6:15 A Calisto<tn and Nap:i 11:40 A
3:05 1" Calisioga and Napa 8:40 I'
12:50 A ...Ashland and Portland... 5:55 A
4:30 1* Dernins?, Xl Puo and East 7:00 P
7:30 P Knights Landing 7:10 A
10:50 A Los Angeles 9:35 A
Ogden and East—Second
12:05 P Class 2:25 A
Central Atlantic Express
11:00 P forOgden and East 8:15 A
3:00 P Oroville 10:30 A
3:00 V X.d Hlutlvia Marysville.. 10:30 -\
10:40 A Redding via Willows 4:00 1
2:25 A San Francisco via I'.enicia 11:40 A
6:15 A San Francisco via Bonicla 12:35 A
8:40 A San Francisco via Benlda 10:40 V
3:05 P San Francisco via lienieta 8:40 P
10:00 A San Francisco via steamer £6:00 A
10:50 A San Franco via Livermore 2:50 P
10:50 A San Jose 2:50 P
4:30 P Santa Uarl.ara 9-35 A
6:15 A Santa Rpsa 11:40 A
3:05 P Santa Rosa 8:40 P
8:50 A Stockton and Oalt 7:00 P
4:30 P| Btockton and Oalt 9:35 A
12:05 Pi Truckecand Reno 2:25 A
11:00 P Truckeeand Reno 8:15 A
12:05 P Colfax 8:15 A
0:15 A Vallejo 11:40 A
3:05 P VaUejp t8:40 P
*6:35 A ...Folsom and Placcrville... *2:40 P
*3:10 1' ...Fiilsdin and Placcrvllle... 11:35 A
♦Sunday excepted. fSunday only.
day excepted. A.—For morning. P.—-For
afternoon.
IIICITAKI) GRAY, Gen.Trafne Manager.
T. H. GOODMAN, General Passenger Agent.
Baker & Hamilton,
—IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF—
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL,
COAL., POWDER,
Agricultural Implements and Machines,
BARBED WIRE, CORDAGE, BELTING.
SACRAMENTO ». OALIFORNrA.
H.S.CROCKER & CO.
208 AND 210 J STREET,
The Leading Stationers,
PRINTERS AND LITHOGRAPHER*
AGENTS FOR CAMGRAPH TYPE
WRITER AND SUPPMES.
MANUFACTURERS OP BLANK BOOKS
nI7-tt
HENRY EffiHfiffT, GUNSMim
TIfAXUFACTUKER AND DEALER IN
JLtJ. Guns. Rifles, Kevolvers, Ammunition and
Sporting Gt«>ds. AH the leading makes of
Guns and Rifles at popular prices—Parker,
Lelever, Colt«, Smith, Ithaca, new Baker and
new make Guns. First-class Gun and Kiflo
Work. Send for price-list of Guns. No. sill
X Street, SacramPtito, Cal.
~ STENOGRAPHY AND TYPEWRITING .
AT 638)4 J STREET. ROOM 4.
JalO-lm*

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