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COMMERCIAL.
SACRAMENTO MARKET,
Sacka mian ro. April 22d.
FRClT—Lemons—Sicily SO 50A", ft.ox;
California, f 3 75@4 50; Limes. S9@9 50 V
box; fl 50«100: Bananas, S2 50 ■ 3 s<> v
bunch for Island; Cocoaiiuts,S7M -; California
Oranges—Los Angeles, 91 70@2 ,-' box; River
side, $2('>2 50 ty box; do Navels, s:" 7ot§ 150
9box; Mandarins, «it 25 9*box; Pineapples,
ooe each; (7% dozen: Apples—Spitzenberg,
$2 25_»2 75 y. box; Rhode Island Greenings,
92_)2 25 H box; mixed varieties, Sl 75(^2^
box; Pears. Sl 25@2 « box.
('AN N Kin .» Mil ;s Assorted table, $2&2 10;
Ajjples, $1 oo; Apricots, 81 90: Blackberries,
51 95; Cherries, S'- 40@2 60; Currants.
$2 25; Gooseberries, si _o@l 90; .Muscat
Grapes,^l 55@1 60; Plums,fl 60; Quinces,
91 95; Raspberries, $2 70; Strawberries,
52 70.
BREADSTDFFB—FIoor, 94 75 » bbl; Oat
meal, 10-lb sacks, 4c r* 'f '; S3 SO 9 100-lb
sacks; CornmeaL white. 25 9104bsacks;
yellow, S2 L0925-A sacks: Cracked Wheat,
92 50 >- l"-' v. sacks; s:.' 80 v 100-lb sacks;
Hominy, 83 filO-tt sack-: ■-: 80 W 100-ftt
sac k-: Graham, $2 15 r 10-lb sacks; S2 25 t'
1004b sacks.
li.W. CHAIN AND FEED—Oat Hay.aiOß
1» f ton; Alfalfa, do, 911_>12f ton: Bran",
si; v ton: Middlings, S2O %^ ton; Barley,
whole, paying 81 40 i 1 50; rolled, si 7oe<i
1 75; Wheat (choice milling) paying §1 70
ft cwt; Rye, si 10; Tame I >ats, S2((t>
2 26; I'orn. paving sl 35_ 1 40©cwt.
V !-:■■ .EI ABLES—Onions. Silverskins, S4 50
A 5 * cwt: Onions, Red,s3@3so; Cabbage,
pi; carrois. :,(,<- cue v IOOHjs; Turnips,
new. si-. 1 25 '■• Back; bunch vegetables,
12mc f doz; Parsnips, 81_ 1 50; Reels, 75c
991; Horse Radish, 10c%*B>; Garlic, 20
Artichokes, 75c@81 B doz; Dried Peppers,
20(_>25c; Green Peas, common, 7tfsßc <io,
BWeet, lii.il2e; Potatoes, Ivtrly KosC. 85(.e
90c: Peerless, 90c@81; Burbanks, sl 40®
1 50; Centennial, sl \ l 25 ":' ctl; sweet
l'otatoes. S3 50@4 ft sack; Celery, ' 5c "r 4 do/;
Spinach, 5c -? It.; string Beans,l2^<_ lsc;Sum
mer Squash. 12',@ 15c; <Jauliflower,9l9 (lo/'-
Green Peppers, 106 12c? lb; okra, 10@12J^c;
Bed Cabbage, 3c 9ft: Savoy Cabbage, 90c *
doz; Asparagus, sl 50; Rhubarb, Sl 50®
92 00.
DAILY PRODU< T - Butter— Valley. 2(k.
2i<- x lb; Fancy Petaluma, 22@23c v lb:
Eastern Creamery, Coney, 21." 22c; packed
in firkins, choice, 1*,,, 25c; common, 12x,ia
13c. Cheese -California. 1 2,..<. 1 3c; Young
America, Is_>l6c; Eastern Cream. 15(S>16c;
Limburger. 186120 c; gtnuine Swiss, ;>2!£_
85c; American Swiss, 2lc- Martin's Cream,
17@18c. Eggs, I8@20c; California Ranch
Eg_s. I9ffl2lc; Kastern Eggs, 15@16c
RIULTRY—Dealers' prices: Live Turkeys.
hens, 12.. 13c; gobblers, il_ 12c; dressed, 1 1
(<.;,ise; lull-grown chickens. .*i.... v dozen;
young roosters. S (■■: 5 * dozen: broilers, S3 .1:
tame Ducks, f4_>s; Pekin, fsc_>s.so; Geese,
25 "r 1 pair.
GAME!—Ducks—Mallards, 9 pair, 50@75c;
Canvasbacks, 75c@91: Sprig, 40@50c: Wid
geon, 25(0 50c; Teal, 3o(S 50c; <_vaiL $1 25_
1 s<; || dozen; Gray Geesv, 50@7*h: 9 P»-hl
Brant, 30@50c: White 25c;Honkers, 75c_
Sl; Cottontail. 20_ IOC
MEATS -Beef. 6c; Mutton :).; Lamb, IJ 1..:.-,
Veal, large. .")... o'.^e; small, i\- .1., 7c; Hogs. _ig
•l 1 .>•; dressed Pora 8c: Hams- Eastern, Mi.«
loc; California, l lj.c; Bacon—Light medium.
!*':.e: selected, Lie: extra light, 12L,c; extra
llgbt boneless. 1334<ai4V6c.
*M ISCEI-LaNJTOUS—Seeds — Alfalla, new
crop, ■»„,<)<•; Timothy. Eastern. 6@7c; Pop
Corn.ear. 3_>4c; shelled, -1.,... ■ .">'..<•; Red Clo
ver, 10_ l lc; Red Top. A 7c9 It.. "Nuts—Chile
Walnuts, new. ll@12c; California Walnut--,
li 12c; Almonds, new, Lb" Die: Peanuts,
California, 6@7c; Eastern. 6_ 7c. Lard—Cali
fornia, cans, s'./.i.'.ic; Eastern.--; ; (i_l;ie. Hides
—Salt, light, 3c; medium steers, Oc; heavy
Bteers,Bc; heavy cows, sc; dry, 9c. Tallow,
BJ_c
SAN Fl? AN CISCO MARKET.
San FuANCisro, April 22<L
FLOURr-There Is a firm tono to prices all
round, and another advance is more than
likely very soon. We quote: Net cash price for
Fanuiy Extras, S5 10-:. 50 \f bbl; Bakers'
Extras, s"> 15@5 25; Superfine, $;f I
WHEAT—The spot market is all at sea,ow
ing to the fluctuations thai occur in the Call
Board. At the public session tiiis morning
the price for buyer 1891 contracts touched
81 '.Hi. On Saturday tiiis option reached
Sl 7'Xi, declining to Sl 75 before the session
closed. So that in two days the speculative
in:i rln t shows an advance of 15c 9 ctl. Move
ment of thlsjchuracter upsets all calculation,
ami sellers by sample hardly know what to
• to. However, there are some parties who
avail ofthe opportunity to realize, a a trans
fers ar.' reported to-day at 81 82% and
si 83%, and not of extra fine qualltj either.
*i'h< re was also a sale of what may be termed
second grade at ?l 78% 9 ctl.
BARLEY We quota So. 1 Feed, 91 i:1..;
t i- ,; choice, sl oO; common grades,
Si 15; Brewing,§l 52>_ to fl 57}_f. ctl tor
good to choice.
< >AT>_—No supplies are coming forward, and
stocks on band bav< therefore to be drawn on
to meet current wants of trade. We quote:
Surprise, si 95j milllng,sßl 92'
good to choice feed, 51 87J 1 92%; lair,
81 80 I 65; Gray, 81 7' !.. to si su 1", >> di.
CORN—Stocks arc light and undei good
control, we quote prices as follows: Lane
Yellow, 81 15 1 17>.,; small Yellow, fl _7>_
( ! 50; White, sl 50" <o l "•:.".. *> ctl.
CRACKED CORN—Quotable at 832
ton.
OILCAKE MEAL—Quotable al 925 V ton
Jrom the mills.
CORNMEAL—MiIIers quote Feed at 831 50
loSA' so $ ton; fine kinds tor the table, in
largeand small packagi -. 3! lc f. B).
CHOPPED FEED— Quotaoie at S^4 50®
0 9 ton.
SEEDS—We quote: Mustard, Brown, 92 75
to 83; Yellow, 82 > %t ctl: Canary, 2%
■ . : Rape, 82; Timothy,
: Alfalfa, t* Bi; Flax,B2 50(_i
ctL
MIDDLINGS—QuotabIe at 918 50@19 50
V ton.
HAY—It is a long while >ince price- W&K 80
hiah as they arc now. We quote: Wheat, fair
BI '■>■ 20: \\ ild Oat,
SI I 16; Barley, 912Q15; Alfalfa, By_»
ton.
STRAW—Quotable at 6 tie.
HOPS—Nothing doing, at> contracting par
ties are at variano a- to values. Nominal a;
(•Af.fr,.
BRAN—TI good tone to |
trade being active and general. Quotable at
91-"' ton.
RYE—Quotab - ctl.
BUCKWHEAT—QuotabIe at Sl 10 1 50
GROUND BARLEY—Quotable al -
%• ton.
POTATOES—Receipts of new crop are be
ginning to make quite a • show
old Btock are In good supply.
We quot' 1 . New, !<■ t,> 1 1 „■ >
"b; River Reds, 60(6 »>sc;Tomalesßeds,<j
Early Rose. ti.".■- : ;,i-; Burbanks, 75<_>90c lor
Petalumas and - a .-il for Salinas;
Burbanks, Sl. 1 25; Humboldt
Burbanks, sl l 25; do Keds, 70 75c; <lo
Peach blows and Peerless, 90 •■ ctL
ONIONS New crop is- arriving with mod
erate freedom. Quotable at 83<j 5 pi ctl for
old and S A- 3 for new crop.
DRIED PEAS We quote: Gn .- 1 50
_ 7"> for 1 lalifornia, and
Black. l «..o; Niles, si j. 1 85 .
ctl.
BEANS smi.u White show moderate firm
large. In otlier kinds
I s nothing to note. Bayos, f 3 io
Butter, f : : .: Pink, a . , ; aed
98 00 L 1; Pea, 83
3 20; F te. >.: a. l _'.. j* ctL
VEGETABKES Prices liaveeasj tendency
all round. We quote as follows: Cucumbers,
•zeri; Rhubarb. I0ct«,81 pbox; A-
naragut 25 f box for ordinary, and
* I for Alameda and Bouldin Island;
Lin.a Beans,- ct»,lb: Green Peppers, :<> 25c?
*•; (int 1 for field, and ;
lb for sweet; String Beans, Sc 10c R 9r, T.»-
Sl '-"- .'1 fair to
. Egg Plant, • fi Bi; summer
Souash, lOc to 12' c r' fe; Turnips;
75c ,-»ctl, 1 - aek; farrots, ■■
£50c; Parsnips, Sl ... 9 ctl; Cabbage. 50c;
Garlic, v- foi Italian,and lo 1 >J
lor California: Cauliflower, . -.• dozen;
Drj rei'i" rs, 15 Dry <>ki •
It; Marrowfal Squash.B3o V ton.
FRUIT The strawberry season is now al
hand. Apples are In moderate supply and
firm in price. Wequote; Rtruwl
< .'.rawer for bbarpless aud 75 -.
Longworth; Apple-. >i 50 2 50
Mexican 1 7 per box; Lemons,
BiCily, 8G 6 50; California Lemons, 82
for Riverside and M l 75
for Lo Vni 1".• -• .. \.. . ji 0;
Riverside Seedlings, 81 50 for oAThI
81 75 a.' 50 for regular sixes; Los Angeles.
"Navels, 82i 3; Los Vngeles 9 -1
• box: B uiaiiaa 81 50 250 fi buuch;
Plncappli s, * 1 ■' ]- 1 dos
DRIED FRI IT Hie outlook for yield for
(he coming season Is consldi red
"\\ c quote price- as follows: Apples,
evaporated. :ll OOX< S, 1•' 1 1 1
quartered, t for common
and :av for quartered v Bartlett;
Figs,3 ■ ■'■■ ,c: do. pressed. In box< -
tedFiums, 10VJ 11< ;Peaches, bleached, in
(„ 1 :.*<•; common nun-drled, 9^l lc; fiprieots,
bleached. IAO 15c in sacks and 1 ; i>
Box* aN« ctai n.< -. ia . 1 15c for white; Ked do.
Pleached, .'., . suu-dried, 0 :.; California
Prunt -. . ' ..ai es, 3], ■ :'.:.,e $ tr, ior
stemmed and 1' . t -.2 x.<- u»- uusteuuued; Rals
iuß, si '-'■"' I ■"' !i s for Loudon Layers;
3-crown loose, s>sc<3*Bl; vi-crown 100-
Z o<- f box.
HONEY Stocks are being gradually
lowered. Wequote: White Comb, 11 lie;
Amber,Bs IOc; white liquid, extract,- 1
«iV; Amber, colored and candied,
IV
BUTTER The market still 1
tone. Wequote: Fancj^, li e;gooil to choice,
fair togood,l6 1. ' .-•; store lots
j-i 1 :..• v B>-
CHEESE Prices arc sop. and buy,:- can
obtain slight concessions on large purclu ••-.
\S'e qnote prices: Choice to fancy, new,
2U3__*llc; tair to good, 96010 c; Eastern,
ordinary to fine, 1 1 '■-. Il' y' V fe.
- 1,i..- market in fairly well supplied.
Wequote: California, 16_)20q Eastern, 17>^
fvi .• >■ do» v.
POULTRY—We quote the following prices:
Live Turkeys. Gobblers, IDQITe; flens,
i go %* tr>: dressed Turkeys, lH<a
ytlCi iioosters, $ot*_ 50 for old., and ga
691"0 for young; Broilers, $3@5 for
small and ftSfc _ for large; Fryers. ?5... <i; Hens,
S"f"«i; 1 Micks. S-,.. ti for young and
Ssc >'< for old; Geese, S2(.i 2 25 fj pair.
GAME \\. quote: Hare, 91 25(_ 1 50; Rab
bits. Sl 25_ 1 509 dozen.
BffetTi-Bddiae Market.
BAGS—Calcutta Wheat Bags are firm at 7c
for spot and 7>g<3>7%c for June and July de
livery.
HUE AD—The three local cracker bakeries
have advanced the price of Soda and Extra
Soda Crackers % cent pertb, and 5 cents per
I box in % boxes. Medium i'iiot and Extra
Pilot Bread have also been advanced % cent
j per tb.
UKOOMS-Spiral Brace,s3 50 for No. 1,
! S3 25 for No. 2 and S3 for No. 3 and I.adirV
Delight; Patent Brass Cap 'Eastern brush),
£4 76, SltSO and 9425 respectively for Nos.
i, 2 ana 3; Patent Tin LocK,S4, S3 75 aud
I S3 50 for the three numbers; Mill and Stable,
ash handles, 94 50 and $4 lor the two num
bers; ship, S3: galvanized bands, 50c per
do/.i n extra; Wisp and Toy Brooms, $2@2 25.
CANDLES—Tbe product of the local Candle
factories is quoted as follows: San Francisco
Crystal Wax. 15% C for 1(3 oz. and 13'.,e for
1 1 oz: Stearic Acid, 14 oz, ll^c; Star, Ll ox,
]].; Eureka, 11 oz, lie; Eagle, 12 oz, 10c;
Cincinnati, l 2 oz, Sic; Mission Chemical Wax,
14 oz, 12@16J4c: do id oz, 17 1./.; ise; Solar
Sperm, 11 OZ, 12c; do 16 oz. lie; Adaman
tine. 12 oz, 1 lc; Eastern brands vary from 7c
to lT.c; Sperm. 25c; I'aradUie, 1 lt§ 11':, %\ it..
< IANN ED Ci NODS—Local canners quote job
bing lots as follows: Ajirieuts. S2; Plums.
Si ;<>: Pears. S2 25; Peaches. $2 45@2 GO;
Cherries, 92 35 for Black and $2 50 for White;
Grapes,9l 00; Quinces, Sl 95; strawberries,
s-j 60; Raspberries,92 75: Tomatoes, Sl.
COAL—Pugel Sound Coals are quoted from
-hip at *B®9; Coo- Ilay. 87; Southlield (Brit
ish Columbia). Sio; Wellington (British Co
lumbia;, STO. We quote as follows;
Prices to Arrive. Spot Rate.
Australian,9ton §7 00 $7 25
Liverpool 7 00 7 25
West Hartley 7 50 7 50
Scotch Splint 7 00 7 25
Cardiff. 7 00 7 50
Lehigh 14 00 15 oo
Cumberland 10 00 11 00
Egg 12 00 12 00
English Foundry Ooke is quoted at $16@17
on tbe spot and 9123)14 50 to arrive; Paget
Sound Coke, #ll; Ban Francisco Gaslight
Company is selling Coke at .sue pi.blby wiiolc
sale and 90c by retail.
CEMENT, PLASTER AND LIME-Jobblng
rates (br the above goods are as follows: Santa
Cruz Lime, si 50; Portland Cement, $;5,
$>;{ 2» and S3 50; Rosendale do, S.?; Newburg
blaster, Eastern, S3 25; do Casting, $3 su;
Golden Gate Plaster, $2 3502 <;o; Marble
Dust, Newburg, $.i :25; Fire Clay. English,
g5; do, American, §;5 50; Brick Dust, §3 50
"<E* bbl.
CHlCOßY—California, s*!__>6c; German.
tl' ,c to 7e.
(IIGA RS—Jobbing rates for California made
are as follows; Seed, sjj;iG<a;4o; Beed and Ha
vana, 840(_>75; Clear Havana, #60@125 9M.
COFFEE -Central Ainericuu grades an
quoted ;is Follows:
Guatemala, prime washed ;21 J ,■ 5 \!i ]„c
< luatemala, rood washed 20W@21c
Guatemala, fair washed 19j^_)20c
Guatemala,medium washed lw 4tl9c
I losta Rica, prime.free btackbeans_2o%@2l ■ ftj
Costa Rica,good,sotne black beans.l.m.m; 2OJ4C
Salvador, good unwashed 19?i_ ——
Inferior lo ordinary qualities 1 \'-y. 17"5_c
CORDAGE—The Tubbs Cordage Company
turns out three styles, which are quotable as
follows:
New Process. Duplex. Manila.
I*4 inch 7c '.Ac l:!' •..<•
12-tbread 7>_ 10" . 14"
0 and 9-thread 8 I<»' 14V,
Bale Rope — 9 12>_
Other descriptions ol Manila are quoted as
follows: Whale and Bolt Line Hawser-laid
Rope for \\« 11-boring, S;,nd Pump Lines, 15c;
Sash Cord, 1 s'.e; Lanyard and Tarred nope,
13c; Lath Vai-n, T!.,e "for Duplex and 11V_.:
for Manila; Hop Twine, in balls, tarred, 1 Ac;
Grape-vine Twine. 13^c In colls and 13'.;e in
bails; Spring Twine, 15c: Binder Twinc,"6so
feet to the if.. 13'.,(■.
DRUGS—AIum, .'V - .•■: Acta, 12%@16c
for Nitric. 2%<_>3c tor Sulphuric, and <;o(cs
62>_c for Tartaric: Borax, 6%tg>7c tor concen
trated and 7<- to T',.,e for refined; Blue Vitriol,
o%(4G}^c; Caustic Potash, italic: Chlorate
<>t Potash, 20c; Chlorate of Ume, 2%@2%c;
Crude Ammonia, concentrated, in.; Gam
Camphor, 30c; Gram Shellac, 30_>33c; Qui
nine. 60c; Saltpetre, English refined, r
Sulphur, 2'.i-i 'J);/- for roll and ■lV. I !_4V..c for
refined.
DRY GKX)DS-tPrint- are generally jobbing
at j;,.:.-; Glngbanas and Baitings, 7_)l2c;
Lawns, SUt@l2^c; Brown Cottons, 4: [ 2.9 c;
Bleached (xrttons. 0:" 13><»e; Brown Sheetinga
and Shirtings, 1 iI."A-5e."
FISH—We quote as follows: Pacific Codfish,
6J_c vi 50-!tj bdls. 7c for selected in 1004b
cases, and 8c for boneless; C.ast. m Codfish,
r fr.; Canned Salmon, Ho®to2> 2 t;
Eastern Mackerel, 92 50®2 75 for No. 1 in
15-tt> kits and S3 5u7a3 75 for Mess in 1 5-ir..
kit-; smoked Herring, 40@ ise for Eastern
and 35c9box for Pugel Sound; Dutch Her
ring, 8 I 50 to 1 75 $ keg; Alaska Bmoked
llatit.u;. lOfl 1 a c v it..
LEATHER—BoIe, 25_>2*7c lor good heavy;
21c to j;><- for good mediam and light; Bam
CA,lle A loot; Side, 12&14 C ~f>. Too!; _«__
Skins. tK>@7sc f tt;; Kip Skins, $36_>80 :
do/. 0; ELuness Leather, %». tb for
heavy and 226 25c for No. 2.
id rMBE-t— i ar_o lots of Redwood delivered
at Ban Franoisoo are quoted as follows: Mer
chantable Rough, §17i 18; Rustic, $2"
}o-ineh Sur&ced, 835; Merchantable Tongued
and Grooved, 1 _ fe* t and over. Ix 6 and 1)4x6,
*2U to Ao: Clear, lxs and op, S3O: Packets,
812 for square, $14 for pointed and $19 for
fancy.
MATCHES—Percussion, 25c; Telegraph,
55c; Eastern Parlor,Bl <j-5.
MALT LlOUOßS—Leading brands of Eng
lish Ale and Porter are selling at $2 I'-x&'A 7o
for quarts and 93#4 for 2 dozeu pints.
METALS—We quote Paget Sound Pig Iron
at S3U and other brands as follows:
To arrive. On the sj,ot.
Eglinton, ft ton $2: 00 S~ M.» 00
Glcngarnock 28 00 3100
Shotte No. 1 29 00 32 00
Clay Lane White 24 oO 20 Ou
American soft 30(10 32 00
We quote prices for other kinds: Tin Plate.
.< . ."ei '. >;:..; Yellow Metal, 2oe: English
cast Steel, 1'; ' Die; Sheet Zinc, BJ_<s;9c;
Pig Lead, O@6J4C; Bar Lead, 6J_c: Lead Pipe,
sh< I Lead, ' l 4 c; Bar Copper, 21(gi
.'-a Pig Tin, 21c v it»-
NAILS—Card rates of Hardware Dealen'
Association are as follows: Iron, 90; Steel,
>:;•. standard Wire, f 3 50 ft keg for small lots;
on the basis of 200 kegs, the rate- are 02 75,
K2 85 and 5>3 40 respectively for the three
kimis. a discount of 2 percent, for cash.
NAVAL STORES—Spirits Turpentine, 58c
per gallon : California < takum.s 1 50 ; Eastern
Oakum, 95; Rosin, S3 50@5; Pitch f4H
_ %j. bbl.
■ •li. -China Nut, 63<a 65c: California Castor.
si 25 for No. 1 and sl lo for No. 2 ; refined
Cocoanut, 55®65c; California Unseed, In
single barrel lota, 57^e tor raw and 60c for
1 oiled : ivt roleum, 110 degrees, in cans. Kin
23c: do, 150 decrees, 2 1 32c ; pure winter
straineo Lai 4, ' 5.- in barrels and 80c in tins ;
PosseD (live, quarts, f 1 ; Plagnlol Olive, quarts,
•- 1 25; Duret do, ?5 oO; extra line kinds,
r >zen pints.
PAlNTS—Pioneer White I>ead, 6@6J<c:
Collier White I^ad, s'.e; Bed Lead and
Litharge, each '•',<'.
PAPER- California straw Wrapping, 85c,
90c. ol an.t .-M 10 f r.atn for the lour styles.
QUICKSILVER- $14 -1 15.
RICE—We quote: Hawaiian, c>\,t,y.
Japan. laA.c; China. Sl 35_H 3v)_ I l
two mats for mixed, sl s<o_>6 lor No. 1 and
#5 25.1 .> 50 for Extra No. 1.
RUBBER GOODS—The net prices for three
ply and four-ply Rubber Hose are 7 • L9cfoi \
tncii, 7(.i.23c tor '■'■. Inch, 16&31 C for l Inch,
20f«.39c lor I', inch, ■. \ ,..• 17c for V% inch,
i -.jC tor 2 inch, and 40c<i?l for 2 inch;
Suction Hose, 87<5>00c tor l mcb. 56
for Y% inch, and 75c j^fl 50f0r2 Inch; Steam
Fire Engine Hose, 80» -ri -*5. These are the
l 1 a . - <.; the < Kltta 1 < „ ha and Rub>>er MaUU-
Cacturlng 1 kimpanv.
SALT -i.v rpool from warehouse is quoted
aa 1 . ... California, $B^lo for coarse and
|1. to 14 for One.
SOAP—Castile, 0' 4 —7!. c tor brown nnd
!c tor white; Cnemlcal Olive, ;
I'aie and other high grades, 708 c.
SPIRITS Calilornia Pure, $1 18 for No. 2
and Si 22 tor No. I.
SPI< 'Esj- Cassia, s(_ 5>. 4 c; Citron, 25c; Cloves,
I Ie; < imuer. 1 80] 1' .<•; Mace, 60c; Nut
-65c; Pepper. 9_Ho*kc; Pimento.
»X to >•.,.; Saao. 3%c; Tapioca, _
STARCH—»;^(_i^K.c in boxes, according to
. y ami brand.
SCOTT'S j
EMULSION
fOf Pure Cod
Liver Oil and |
HYPOPHOSPHITES
of Lime and
Soda
is endo-sed and prescribed by loading
physicians because both tho Cod I.ltor Oil
und llypopuotiphites aro the recognized
_gi Dta in tuo euro ot Consumption. It ia
as pai-tablo a_ milk.
Scott's Emulsion SL_tE2?S
i> <« tvondcr/'ttl FU*h Pro<litcrr. It i« the
JUst Xcnetly tor CONSUMPTION,
Scrofula, Bronchitis. Wasting" Dis
eases, Chronic Coughs and Colds.
Ask ror Scott's Emulsion and &&_* no other.
SACI.AMi__NTO DAILY I_ECX>KD-U_Nloy, THUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1891.—SEX PAGES.
SUGAR— The revised lists are as follows for
25 bbls lots in bbls:
American, California
April Ist. April Ist
Cube f.Ce
Crushed 6% fm
Kin.Crushed 6%
Powdered
Extra Powdered <>:i s
Extra Fine Powdered 6*J_ — '—
Dry Granulated 6 6
XX Dry Granulated 0
Confectioners' Circle A..5 7£ 5J^
White ExtraC 5( 8 —-
Extra C 5 5
Golden C !a 4%
SYRUP—BbIs, 30c; hf bbls, 32% c; kegs.
32UC; tins, 47 l .<-.
TEA—Cood medium grades -Japan are job
blngat 25<.. 35c.
TOBACCO—PIug, 33@72c: Smoking, 35t_)
75c V lb; Fine Cut Chewing, in foil aud pails,
::■'■"■' '■>.
WHALEBONE—-Arctic is quoted in New
York- at 86 50.
WHlSKY—Wequote: High proof, Sl 75 to
$2; low proof*, 8202 50; various brands of
Bourbon, S2 25:..5 50 y gallon,according to
age.
WlNE—French Claret, £02^00 (g) cask;
Champagne, $16@32 9 basket: California
bulk descriptions are quoted as follows: \n-
L'eiica. Sl 05 to9l 25"; Claret. si»'.' ' sc; Port,
§1.3 .>o: Sherry, $1 15 to §1 25; White,
45c@fl 50 f gal.
WOODENW AP.E—The Paeitic Woodenware
ami Cooperage Company's price list quotes 3
hoop Pamted Pails at .*;3; varnished do, black
b00p,93 25; varnished do,galvanized hoop,
S3 75; white do, galvanized hoop, S3 75(u,5,
and brass bound d 0,97,97 50@99dozen.
YEAST POWDERS—Standard brands of
full weigiit 16-ounce cans, 84 50 %>. dozen, and
other sized cans in proportion.
Evkry tngrediant employed in produc
ing; Hood'- Sarsaparilla is strictly pare,
and is the best ol* its kind it is possible to
buy. In the cour.su of preparing Hood's
Sarsaparilla everything is carefttlly
watched with a view to attaining the best
result.
75 PER GEJiT.
S. S. S. is the gTeat remedy of the
age, curing- as it does every form of
blood poison disease, and these in
clude more than seventy-five percent.
of all the maladies afflicting-maa- "lad.
No Name.
My little boy, five years old *** __ attacked
with a disease for which the doctors had no
name. The nails came oft to the middle
joint. For three years, under various kinds
of treatment from many* physicians, he suf
fered terribly and got no better. I began the
use of Swift's Specific a short time ago, and
he ia getting well.
John Deihl, Peru, Ind.
Eooks oa Blcod and Skin Diseases Free.
_THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
PIIQCO Conghg,Colds.lnfluenza.Bronchitis,
UUntaU Hoarseness,WhoopmsCough, Croup.
Sore Throat, Asthma, and every affection ofthe
Throat, Lnnsr* and Chest, including Consumption.
Speedy and permanent. Genuine signed "I Butts."
H^ VETERINARY SPECIFICS
For Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Dogs, Hogs, .
AND POULTRY.
SOO Pace Book sn Treatment of Animals
and Chart >»ent Free.
fi'nr.s < FpverM'onireHiloiiM,! iiflnmmatlon
A. A. '' !-i'iiia! MciiiiiKitiH. >lilU Fever.
B.B.—Strains, liamecesi, Kheum it ism.
t'.C—-Distemper, ISnsal Discharges.
D.D.—Bots or Orubs, Worms.
E.E.—Coughs, Heaves, Pneumonia.
F.F.—Colic or Cripew, Bellyache.
<..<..— diii-M swia.-t . Hemorrhages.
ll.H.—Crinary nnd Kidney Diseases.
I.l.—Eruptive Diseases, niungc.
J.K.~Diseases of Digestion, Paralysis.
Single Bottle (over 50doses), - - ,_C
Stable Case, with Specifics, Manual,
Veterinary Cure Oil and Medicator, 57.00
Jar Veteriuary Core Oil, - . 1.00
Sold by Druggists; or Sent Prepaid aaywhere
and in any quantity on Receipt of Price-
HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO.,
Corner William and John Sts., New York.
_!_K]SPEC!FIG M.LQ
In uso 30 years. The only successful remedy for
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
and Prostration, from over-work or other causes.
91 per via!, or 5 vs _:-■__<! larjiu vial oowdtr, for *5.
Sold by Ducgoists, oraent postpaid on receipt
of price.-H'JMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO.,
Oor. William and John Sta.. N. Y
mUNKENrfESsT
W Liquor Habit.
urjuinrt wo*w m&fF/sBWO/fEa/**
§* tUItfES GOLDEN SPECIOC
It can be given in coffee, tea, or In articles of fei.
without the knowledge of patient if necessary
it ls absolutely harmless and wiil effect v permi
nent and speedy cure, whether the patient ia
moderatedriukeroran alcoholic wreck. IT N»"
ER FAILS. It operates so quietly and with sc
certainty that the patient undergoes no ico
venience, and soon his complete reformation
effected. 48 page book free. To be inul nt
JOSEPH HAHN 4 CO^.Fifth and J Streets
I BEECHAM'S PILLS I
ACT LUCID IvIA.Gf-10
I OKI WEAK STOMACH. I
25 Cents a Box.
1 OF ALL DRUCCISTS. g
_^C)U I C |^^MS™CK. Others^" !
-3 AKir. tuc s£ comparison arc slow or I
AND THE JguEAO. If <uffcringtry |
PLASTER.
yy^^q^. Penetrates, lie*
V//7v7?ff?f^m\\VV 1*»v*'8» Caret,
' ■ /(/'ll I 'PiN VV\ All Druggists.
ty *y Xt '•^* >/''_> - «>:^ i/y£*' a/**'**,
consiAef
f^k%Mffl
luitfjout z. Peer
Ifs pacKaoe TttaKes it tt\e
mo^t^esirabliyto
carry int\]& pi>cKet,
iFORSAIiBYjALL'DEALIRS
i r)otcla cmi> gcetcntvanta,
GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL,
Corner Seventh and X Streets.
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS. I'UKE 'BUS TO
and from the oars.
W. O. BOWERS, Proprietor.
Corner Seventh aud X Streets, Sacramento.
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS. FREMMirs TO
ami irom the ears. H. li. BROWN, for
merly of tlio State House Hotel, Proprietor.
__H
WESTERN HOTEL,
THF LEADING HOUSE OF SACRA
mento, Cah Meals, 25 oents. WM.LAND,
Proprietor. Free 'Boa to and from hotel.
TME SADDLE ROCK
Restaurant and Oyster House.
FIRST-CLASS HOUSE IN EVERY* RE-
Bpect. Ladies'dining-room separate. Open
day and nitrlit. BUCKMANN A CARRA
(iHER. Proprietors. No. 1018 Second stieet,
between J and X, Sacramento.
PACIFIC HOTELT
Corner X and Fiith Streets, Sacramento.
CENTRALLY LOCATED AND CONVEN
iont to all places of amusement. The best
Family Hotel in the city. The table aluavs
supplied with the best tho market affords.
Streot cars trom tlio depot pass the door every
five minutes. Meals. 25 cents.
C. F. SINGLETON, Proprietor._
TREMONT HOTEL,
MRS. I*. BBTBING, - Solo Proprietor.
A WELL-KEPT, CLEANLY, CON-
J\ veniently located Family Hotel. A well
supplied table; airy rooms. Terms moderate!
Accommodation* first-class. 112 and 111 J
treet. ap4-3m
INTEKNATIONALHOTEL
CHEAP FURNISHED ROOMS BY THE
day, week or month.
W. A. CASWELL. Proprietor^
ST. DAVID'S,
715 Howard Street, near Third, San Francisco.
AFIRST-CLAS^ LODGING HOTEL, CON
taining 200 rooms ; water and eras in each
room; 110 hotter beds in tho world: no guest
allowed to u<o tlie linen once used by another;
a large reading-room- hot and cold water
bat lis free. Price of Rooms—Per night, 50
and 7a cents; per week, from §2 upwards.
Open all night. R. HUGHES, Proprietor.
*»-At Market-street Kerry take Omnibus
Line of street earsfor Third and Howard. TTS
BROOKLYN HOTEL,
rkUSH STREET, BETWEEN MONTGOM
> cry and Sansono-, San Praneisoo, con
ducted on both the European and American
plan. T!ii> Hot«-i is under tho management ot
Charles Montgomery, and ts the best Family
and Business Men's Hotel in San Francisco.
Homo comforts, cuisine unexcelled, Ilrst-class
service, highest standard of respectability
guaranteed. Board and room per day, $1 25
to $2; single room, .->o cents to fl per night.
Free coach to and from the Hotel. TTSu
OLD BOURBON.
Families should not be
withoLit it for medical pur-
POSGS-
eoc jPI bottle.
GEO. E. DIERSSEN & CO.
__rt2i2"£ s'1' ?!
I COMPOUND I
i Sulphur Powder! r
THE
Most Perfect Laxative and Cathartic
KXOWX!
WiU Give Instant Relief.nnd Efl'ect Perma
nent Cures in Cases of
HABITUAL CONSTIPATION,
INDIGESTION,
PILES,
BILIOUSNESS,
DISEASED LIVER,
SCIATICA.
RHEUMATISM,
GRAVEL, ETC., ETC.
The GreatesTßTood Purifier
OF THK AGE.
Pleasant to tho Tasto ! Wonderful in
Its Results.
PUT UP ONLY BY TIIE
W. H. BONE CO.,
13 Bnsh Street, San Francisco.
KIRK, GEARY <fc CO., Sole Agents, Sacra
monto.
IyiTET.L BORER AND TANK BUILDER,
\\ tin, sheetlron nnd eopjwr work, plumb
ing, gas .-md steam fitting, jobbing, etc.
ap3-3m 1214 J. Street,
__ (Sinmu Jjruit j*Canb*.
_ CARAY pVI:LE V!
The Earliest Fruit Land in the State.
Equal in All Respects to tlie Famous Yaea Valley, Which It Adjoins.
U3srFR.H:c£:iDE;]NrTE;iD te;:r_m:s.
I> INTEREST ONLY KOR FIVE YEARS AT 7 PER CENT.-CI
j Capay Valley is situated in Yolo County, about 90 miles by rail from San Francisco,
and is traversed in its entire length by the Woodland, Capay and Clear
Lake Railroad, the distance from Esparto to Rumsey being 21 miles.
The Capay Valley Land Company is offering- the
most fertile lands in this beautiful valley Upon terms which
enable the purchaser to pay for the land out of its own
product, viz: Interest only for five years at 7 per cent.
The only condition imposed is, that a reasonable pro
portion of the land purchased shall be planted to fruit
trees or vines. Land may be bought without this
condition on payment of 20 per cent, cash and re
maining 80 per cent, at the end of five years, with in
terest annually in advance, at 7 per cent. The various
tracts owned by the Capay Valley Land Company have
been subdivided into 10 and 20-acre lots, which are for
sale at prices varying from $50 to $150 per acre. Simi
lar unimproved land in Vaca Valley has recently been
sold at $400 and $500 per acre.
These Capay Valley lands are under the most favor
able climatic conditions for the prosecution of profitable
fruit growing, and the locality has proved itself to be
one ofthe earliest in the State. The grape crop of IS9O
from the company's vineyard at Cashmere was picked,
dried^ and shipped to Chicago and Philadelphia before
the Fresno County grapes were ripe.
The railroad passes through all ot the tracts owned by
the Capay Valley Land Company, thus insuring excel
lent shipping facilities ; and land may now be purchased
in the immediate proximity of either of the following
stations : Capay, Cadenasso, Surrey, Guinda, Sauterne,
Cashmere or Rumsey.
At many of these places fine orchards of the choicest
and earliest varieties of peaches and apricots may already
be seen, and during the coming season considerable ad
ditional acreage will be planted out. One of the recent
sales made by the company was that of the Tancred
Tract, containing 600 acres, to a colony association.
This tract has been subdivided into forty holdings, all of
which will be planted to fruit trees this season.
The fine orchards on the Guinda Tract, where 400
acres have been sold, are especially worthy of mention,
and it is a significant fact that several of the blocks are
owned by successful Vaca Valley fruit-growers, who ex
pect to make their earliest shipments from here.
FOR MAPS AND ALL INFORMATION REGARDING THE CAPAY VALLEY LANDS,
APPLY TO OR ADDRESS
WM. H. MILLS,
Fourth and Townsend Streets, - SAN FRANCISCO
tfTar&o.
DB. S. 3ISHOP,
LATE RESIDENT PHYSICIAN AND Su
perintendent of the Nevada State Insane
Asylum. Office. room 12, Postollice Block.
Residence, 1516 O street. mrtl-lm
MRS. 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 ot
women and children a specialty. Office,room
'„ Odd Fellows' Temple.
U.K. BOOT. ALEX. NEII.SON. 7. DB-SCOIa.
ROOT. NEILSON & CO.,
LrNION FOUNDRY-IRON AND BRASS
I Founders and Machinists, Front street,
between N and o. Castings and Machinery
of every description made to order.
PALM DAIRY AND TABLE SALT.
BEST IN THE WORLD. SAMPLES FREE.
Address E. P. FIGG, New Liverpool Salt
Depot, 1119 Fourth street, Sacramento City,
Cal. mrJS-lm
S CARLE
SUCCESSOR TO CARLE A CROLY. CON
tractor and Builder. Orders solicited and
promptness guaranteed. Otllce and shop,
11:24 Second stieet, between X and L.
*3Uto rtteij a-at-$ tmu
A. I. & ELWOOD BRUNER,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, ROOMS 5, 7 AND
9. Postoffice building, Sacramen to.npo-lin
CHAUNCEY 11. DUNN. S. SOLON nOLL.
HOLL & DUNN,
LAWYERS.— OFFICES, 920 FIFTH ST.,
Sacramento. Telephone No. 14. apl-lm
D X TRASK
LAWYER, FULTON BLOCK, LOS ANGE-
Ies, Cal., attends to business in Southern
California for non-ixsidents and attorneys.
Practices in all courts. Letters promptly
answered.
~~ c^hari__s _h7 _oatman,
4 TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW.
_\ OFFICE—I2O J street, Sacramento, Cal.
Notary Public.
A L HART
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.-OFFICE, SoUTH
west corner P'iftli and J streets, Rooms
12, 13 and 14 .Sutter building. •
"THOMAS W. HUMPHREY,
A'ITORNEY" AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
southwest corner Seventh and J streets,
rooms 7-8, Sacramento, Cal. Notary Public.
£)cnti&tr"i}.
~ 88. F. mTshields"
DENTIST, REMOVED TO
Room Nm. io. !aa, A-•
building. Fourth and X streets,fW|BH Ssm
Sacramento. ap2l-lm Kg
F. F. TEBBETS,
DENTIST, 914 SIXTH sT.._Eg2S2fc
between 1 and .(, west si(ie.fW«B jtfk
opposite Congregational Church.v,*Xijjr___p*
DR. W. C. REITH^
DENTIST, LINDLEY BUI i.I >- flP_*s_g__>
ins. southeast corner Si v-tfffjß»Sßv
enth and .1 streets, Sacramento.^~*-CC______F
C. H. STEPHENBON,
DENTIST, CORNER "'"' _||'^|'l'iTlMll
entii and J streets.
niento.
Waterhouse & Lester,
—DEALERS IN—
Iron, Steel, Cumberland Coal, Wagon
Lumber and Carriage Hardware.
70J), 711, 7i:5, 7io J St., Sacramento.
mllE NEWS OF THE WORLD IS CUV
JL tamed in the WEEK-LY-JJNION.
Too much stress cannot be laid upon the great ad
vantage to the fruit-grower of being in early locality.
In most cases it makes the difference between success
and failure. The industrious orchardist of Capay Valley
may rest assured tliat he will derive all the benefits gained
by the first fruit shipments of the season, and that 20
acres of this rich land, when the trees are in bearing,
will yield a handsome and assured income.
The Capay Valley Land Company has an agent re
siding in the valley, whose duty it is to show the various
tracts to land seekers.
Four townsites have been laid out in different points
in the valley, viz : Fsparto, Cadenasso, Guinda aud
Rumsey. Town lots may now be purchased at reason
able prices and on easy terms.
The enterprising and flourishing town of Esparto is
situated at the lower end of the valley, and >>i_5,000
worth of substantial buildings have already been erect< d,
including a fine four-story brick hotel, two large brick
blocks and waterworks, with pipes laid in the streets,
besides extensive wart-houses and numerous residences.
The town has a postoffice, school-house and a weekly
paper, and the fine railroad depot contains telegraph
and express offices.
Postoffices have alse been established at Guinda and
Rumsey. This latter place, situated at the head of the
valley, is the present terminus of the railroad. The
comfortable little hotel makes excellent j quarters for
hunters as well as land-seekers.
The advantages enjoyed by the settler in Capay Val
ley may be thus concisely summed up :
A soil of great fertility, yielding bountifully of every
crop.
A soil and climate which will ripen all kinds of fruit
and vegetables earlier than anywhere else in the State.
A climate perfectly adapted to the curing of raisins and
drying of fruit without the aid of artificial evaporators.
A location that is central and close to markets. Railn tad
communication which enables shipments to be made
quickly and cheaply. Lands which are sold cheaper
and on better terms than anywhere else in the State.
&eal <_«trttc, (C-tc.
A RARE OPPORTUNITY
Good Agricultural Land for $10
to $20 per Acre.
The Pacific Improvement Company has re
cently purchased twelve thousand acres of ;
land in the heart of Tehama County, for the j
purpose of promoting subdivision and settle
ment. This land embraces lands from first
class Sacramento Valley agricultural land, to
land ol fair average quality,and is offered at
fromslotos2o per acre, iv subdivisions of
■10, so. 120. 160 and 320 acres.
The terms upon which these lands are Offered
are especially attractive. They will be sold in
subdivisions, as above indicated, by the pay
ment ol interest only lor three years, at which
time the purchaser can begin the payment of
principal by paying the first of five equal an
nual Installments. Tims no part of the prin
cipal is to be paid for three years, and then
the purchaser is to have five years in which to
pay five equal annual installments, with in
terest at the rate ol 7 per cent, per annum,
making payments extending over a period of
eight years. Intending purchasers are as
sured that this is an opportunity to purchase
land of fair average quality at SIO per acre,
and good agricultural laud at S^O an acre,
with other grades of land at prices to corre
spond between these figures.
The assertion is frequently made that good
lands, suitable for general farming, and es
pecially adapted lor fruit-growing, cannot be
had in California ior less than from SOO to
SlOOanacre. .An examination ot the land
subject of this advertisement will prove to
home-seekers that this is an opportunity lor
the purchase of good agricultural land at §2u
an acre, and for qualities grading down to fair
agricultural land at $10 an acre, on terms of
payment which should make the disposition
ol these lands to actual settlers a result easy of
accomplishment.
The primary object of the purchase of this
body of land was the breaking up of a large
holding for the purpose of promoting its set
tlement in smaller quantities and its devotion
to diligent husbandry.
For further particulars, call upon or ad
dress WM. H. MILLS,
Land Agent of the C. P. R. R.. Fourth and
Townsend sts., San Francisco, Cal. fel4-2m
~ JOHX MILLER
(Successor to Frits <Sz Miller;,
UNDERTAKING PARLORS,
0A W X STREET 'ODD FELLOWS* TEM
t M/f) pie). A complete stock of Undertaking
Ooods always on hand. EMBALMING A
SPECIALTY. Telephone No. la(;.
j. FRANK CLARKr
UNDERTAKING PARLORS,
1017-lUIO Fourth St., Sncramento.
IjiMBALMING A SPECIALTY. GEORGE
_ EL CLAKK. Funeral Director and Couuty
Coroner. Telephone No. 134.
W. J. KAVANAUGH, Undertaker,
No. 513 J St., bot. Fifth and Sixth.
ALWAYS ON HAND A LABGB ASSORT
meiit of Metallic and Wooden Caskets.
Burial Cases, Cotlins aud Shrouds furnished.
Coffin orders will receive prompt attention on
short notice and at the lowest rates. Otlicc
open day and night. Telephone No. 305.
HAMMERS "GLYCEROLEIP'!__
For Coughs and Colds.
A SPEEDY AND RELIABLE CURE.
Fourth and X streets and all Sacramento
druggists.
fSiiilvcmt. {Time iTtilue,
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
[PACIFIC SYSTEM.J
JANUARY 19, 1891.
Trains Leave and are Due to Arrive at
Sacramento:
LEAVE TRAINS BUN DAILY. ARRIVE
—, — 1 ,
6:15 A Calistoga and Napa | 11:40 A
3:05 V Calistoga and Napa 8:40 V
12:50 A ...Ashland and Portlands] 5:55 A
4:30 P.Deming, El Paso and East! 7:00 F
7:30 P Enights Landing : 7:10 A
10:50 A Los Aim.'les ! <t : ;is A
Ogden and East—Second
12:05 P Class J :_5 A
Central Atlantic Express
11:00 P lor Ogden and Easl ■ S:ls A
3:00 P Oroville 1 10:30 A
3:00 P Red Blnffvla MarvsvilU _»>.•:!(> A
10:40 a ....Redding via Willows... ' 100 r
•al'.') A San Francisco via Benicia 11:40 A
6:15 A sau Francisco via Benicia 12:35 A
S:|o A San Francisco via Heuicia, 10:40 P
o:0"> PlSan Francisco viu Benicia 8:40 P
•10:00 AjSan Francisco vlasteamerj }6:00 \
10:50 AJSan Fran, via Livermore 2:50 P
10: r><> Ai San .lose | 2:50 P
4:30 V Santa Barbara 9:35 A
G:l5 A; Santa Rosa 11:40 A
3:05 P Santa Rosa h:4t! P
8:50 Aj Stockton and ("alt 7:00 P
_::iO P SloektonundCht.lt 9:83 A
12:05 T Truckee and Reno .... 2 25 A
11:00 P Truckee and Rl uo 8:1 5 A
12:05 p Colfax 8:15 A
6:15 A Vallejo 11:10 A
;>:<>,> P Valleio rS:10 i»
•6:35 A .Folsom und Placerville., •2:40 P
»3:10 P].Folsom ami Placervllla. *l 1:35 A
"Sunday excepted. {Sunday only t, Mon
day excepted. A.—For morning. P.—For af
ternoon.
RICHARD GRAT, Gen. Traffic Manager.
T. 11. GOODMAN, General Passenger Agent
3£i<|UoVo. jpt»«, &ctv, ©tc.
rnHE LOUVRE REMOVED FROM 5:.T> J
L street to 701 .r STREET. Thoroughly
renovated and refitted. Old triends and'the
public gencrallv invited to five mea call.
_____ J. W. JACKSON.
Liberty gardens, "
Highland Park.
THE NEAREST AND MOST PLEASANT
suburban resort. Rowling and other
games. Refreshments ot till kinda. Strictly
urst-class.
qpa-lm VOGEL ti R'CII. Proprietors.
CONCORDIA BEER ~HAL"L~
No. 10-1 Fourth stroot.
HAVING MA DE F.X TENSIVE IMPROVE
menta the public are now cordially In
vited to a first-class resort. Sanda-inhes of all
kinds, P.utlalo Peer on draught and in hot
ties. The finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars on
hand. IL KOIINE, Proprietor.
EBNER 8R05.7
116-11S X Street, Front and Second,
Sacramento.
TMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE PEAL
|_ ers in Wines and Liquors. Agents for the
celebrated Pommery and Greno I liampncne.
M. CRONAN, "
.230 X St., nnd 11 OS-1110 Third St.,
Sacramento, Cnl.
TMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER
1 in Fine Whiskies, Brandies and Cham
pagne.
JAMES WOODBURN,
No. 417 X Streot. Sacramento. CaL,
J IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER
in Fine Whiskies. Brandies, Wines and
Iquors. Thanking my old friends and patrons
for their former patronage, I solicit a continu
ance of the same. All orders will be nromutlv
aud cheerrully tilled. v y
OEND THE WEEKLY UNION TO *fOUH
1 JO friends in the East, UUtt

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