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COMMERCIAL.
SACRAMENTO MARKET.
Sacuamento, Ausrusl 10.1801.
FRUlT—Lemons—Sicily, $B@B 50 T» box;
California, 9405; Limes. $li«ia2 V box;
Si 75®2 t' 1OO: Bananas, 92 5093 50 %»
bunch lor Island; CDcoanuta, $7®B; Calitor
nia Oranges—Riverside, $:3@:{ 50 * box;
Pineapples. 00 cents each, $7 $ dozen;
lYuoiK's. 40@60c f iwx; Blackberries, $lig,
1 2511 case and $] 50 "r crate; Strawberries,
§1 4O&1 50 V case; 13. T. Chexrttes, 75c;
Apricots, ',(■■(.' 75c "r 4 I ox; Currant-, 50c box
and Jsn 5 50 9 curst: Raspberries, $l<g»l 25
a , ;i s,.: i'lums. 50C g *1 25 ? box.
CANNED <;Od'S— Assorted table. $2®
2 10; Apples, 91 <;f:; Apricots. 91 i)<>; Black
berries, Si 95; Cherries, $2 40*62 60; Cur
rants. §2-25; Gooaeberrleß, $1 80<#l s>o;
Muscat Qrapes, $) 55<§>1 CO; Plums, si 60;
(Quinces. 51 !«j; RaspOorries, f 2 70; Strnw
berrles,f2 70.
BttEADSTUPFS—FIour, $5 •$ bbl; Oat
meal, io-tt> sacks, -3c ?> *; §3 75 $ 100-ft
suclis; Oormeal, white, #3 50 0 I©-S> Backs;
yellow, $i Bsfk2(Hb sucks; Cracked Win at,
ftS f| lit-tt. sacks; §2 75 V 100-lb sacks;
iominy, §4 10-ft. eaeks: 93 75 >>100-ft
sacks; Graham, §2 70 ~?. 10-lb sacks; §2 50 |
ft li >.» sacks
IETABLES—Oinons. Bllversklna, 75@ |
Ss<- p « .1; red. 80985 c; Egg Plant, 10e; j
To natoes, SI 25 * box; Corn—Field. 91,
sweet, 91 50 i> sack; Cabbage, sc@'ssc is
100 fts- Cartots, 50@60c ~t 100 lbs; Turnips,
new, 7f>c p sack; bancb vegetables, \'iy 2 - 9
do*: I'aiMiJps, 91®] 50; Beeta, 75c(<i81;
Horse Radian, lOc f Bk Garlic, 10c; Arti
chokes, 40" 60c V doz; Dried Peppers, 23(3)
:i<;c; Green Peas, common, ii(ir3c; do, sweat,
:S<&4o; Potatoes. Karly Rose, -lu<&so<-; P< <-r
-1( ss, Soc@7o; Burbanks, 7OP8OC; Centennial,
40(^b0c ¥* <tl; Celery, 75c 9 ao/; Strinir
licans, 495 c; Bummer Squash, tic; Cauli
flower, sl"i< <'.oz; <.iix'i n Peppers, 7('itSc"p rt>;
Okra, I2^@lsc; Red Cabbage, 3c V '.'■.
dairy Products—Butter—valley, 203
22c v Ih; Fancy Petaluiua. 23)£®24}6c 1b;
Eastern Creamery, fancy, 21@2i:c; packed in
firkins, choice, Ih(ni2">c. common, 12;-.,<^lUc.
Cheese—California, IIJ^S 12c; Young Amer
ica, 1 2)48 1:5 c: Eastern Cream, 15f<ilf.c; J^lm
burger, IB@:.'(>e; genuine Swiss, :>2J._," :i-">c;
American Bwlm, :.'lc; Martin's Cream, 17||
18c E^es—2o®22c; Eastern, 19920 c
P< >L*l.'j'i{ Y—Dealers'pricey Live Turkeys,
bans, 12@18c; gobblers, ll@12c: dressed,
l-iryj 15c: full-grown Chickens 94195 V doz;
yojn^. Boosters, 94@5f)doz; broilers, 93@i;
tame Ducks, S-l'i.s; Pekin, 9505 5o; Geese,
92(iy2 2. r> » pair.
HAY, <jRAIN AND FEED—Oat Bay,f 11
'"I'3'jiton; Alfalfa.do, SI o ■ 1 2 V ton: Mian,
s>;if> v ton; Middlings, 922 r ton: Barley,
whole, paying $1 oo@] if>; rolled, !{>l 25;
Wheat (choice milling), paying 91 50 ftewt;
Ry>-. $i 35; Tame Oats, 92^2 10; Corn, pay-
Ins 91 |) ewt.
MEATS—Beef; sc: Mutton. Gl^ 7c; Lamb,
On: Veal, large, 5f»5%c; small, 6>^@7c; boss,
4@«^: dressed Pork, 8c; Hams—Eastern, 11
(slscjCalifornia,11 J^c; Bacon- -Ligrht Medium,
!«H r- selected, 10c: extra light, 12^c; extra
Ifebt.boneless, w?, ■ l i!,.-.
MIsckLKANEOI'S — deeds—Alfalfa^ new
rrop, B^<9c; Timothy. Eastern, ti(i7c: Pop
Corn, ear, 3d4c; shelled, •4 1...> s'.c; Red
Clover, l «>(?.' lie; Bed Top, Ms7c~rti>- Nuts—
Chile wauints,new, ll(ai2c: California W'al
mits, lli'u. 12c; Almonds, new, llc.lcc: Pea
nuts, California. <,(a:7<-: Eastern, GV< 7c: i.ard—
California cans, >\'.@'jc:; Eastern. B^@10c;
Hides—Salt, lifflif. .ic; medium steers, <>c:
heavy steers, Sc: heavy cows, sc; dry, Jtc;
Tallow, li'-^c.
SAJi FIIANCISCO MARKET.
San Francisco, August 10,1891.
FIjOTtR—We quote: Net cash prices for
Family Extras, 4>4 90®5 fl bbl; Bakers' Ex
tra.s,§4 '.'(1(3)5; Buperfine, f3 50®3 SO.
WHEAT—There is no change in prices,
while the volume of local business do^s not
appear to enlarge. This is probably owiugto
toenvct that exporters haw boughi liberally
In the:countrv ;\i><\ arc.therefore, not in neeil
of grain. From $1 55 to 1 57>g r 1 <-11 is the !
folLrange for good to choice slupiilnic quali-
Ues.
liARLEY—TIie feeling was not quite so
strong to-day,though no positive weakness
was manifested. From Si lo to l l-. M v
<il Is a fair representative range, though
something very < : xtra intent bi plaoed at
*l li> ; v ctJL Old Brewing is quotaUle at j
91 iiO('l 75V'i as t ■ quality. Holders of
new are asking $1 17.. ft ctL
OATB—The sftuatton r mains unchanß«-d.
Offerings are ample for all present iue;ls.
Quotable ai Si 45@1 5."> v <'U for old and
$l ao to l 50 for new feed.
«!ORN—cj uiet and easy. Wo quote as follows-
Large Yellow, $1 ?•.." Q1 T;.; >n,all Yellow,
Si 7C®l 77% White,»2@2 07UflctL
CRACKKO I'uKN-quotable 'at #oi)(a;40
ton.
OILCAKE MEAL—Quotable at $30 t* ton
from the m:lls.
CORN MEAL—Millers quote feed at S3* 50
93D60V toii; One kinds for the table, in
largeand Broall packaees, o: 4 (sic > Bb.
SI-:EJjS We quote: Mustaru, lirown. $2 75
@3; I'cllow. J,2,.:j 50fictl; Qsuaa.Ty,2%(a.3%c;
Jicnip. i,i I'^c; Rape, 1 2 50; Timothy",
■iVj(.i")<-; Alfalla, ."i'..■-: t.'.i- -^ it.; Flax. §'^ 50(3>
:i ..) r ('tl.
Mll>DLlXOS—Quotable at §20 50®21 50
t*ton.
• "JKJI'PED FEED—Quotable at $:>•! r,
t». ton.
HaY—We quote: AliaUa, >114»12; Wheat,
$124^14 50; Wheat and Oat, $llwl3 50;
V... ley, ill@13; Qover, Jll(a3 3; Wild Oat
$} J i.i :>(> f ton.
STRAW—Quotable at sO£ 05c bftlr.
HOPS—Continue nominal at 2'i\ . ■■ 'j-'c %< Ib.
BRAN—Quotable at 918Q18 so>"ton.
RYE-Quotable at §1 ;!5 \* ctl for new and
:'.7'.. for old.
BUCKWHEAT—NominaI at fl £s(cl ;"0
f OtL
GBOUND BARLEY—Quotable at 525®26
por ton.
POTATOES-We quote: Qarnei Chiles, ir>
f<i>ssc; Early Rose, 30@50c in sacks and 40®
76c in i">\<s; Peerless, 50@60c; Burbanks
-1 v ctl; Rsweet. %Zwi\ .<■ t :!'.
ONlONS—Quotable at 60@85c ActL
DRIED PEAS—We quote: Uhven. $2 75 to
9 x lor Eastern and f2#2 50 for Califor- j
nte; Blackeye, #i c.o^i B5; Niks, si bow
l 85 V ctL
BEANS—We quote: Bayos, $8 2C'@3 30: '
Jiutter. 92 7.".i« ;S; Pink, 82 30^2 15: Red. i
$2 70t0 f2 K>; Lima, 9»®3 10: Pea, 930
:: 10; Small White,92 *.*i»..t a > ctl.
\ I (ETABLE3- Prices continue easy, un
der liberal receipts. We quote prices as
follow : (ireen Okra, 50@85c f t>ox; Oreen
Oorn, ">o<(jj>si %* s:i«k for uonunon and i
20 25c dozen fur Bay: Coeumbers, '<
10 i,25c per box for bay; j.i<rkiinir d;, ;',;".
ctl for burge and b6e y .-n" ror small;
Green Peppers. 25 50c * t - box for Chile
a;.;) .".()•• • : .><• for Bell; Itomatoes, lo 25c * i
bos for Vacaviilc and 25#85c for River; Egg
J'laii;. .'•<) ■■,: .i -. box* Summer Squash, ■.
35c f> box for Bay; Turnips, 50tjs75c 9 ctl;
Beets, fl v lack; carrots, leod, 506 75c;
rarsnips,9l 25 Vctl: Cabbage, jo. 50c; Gar
lic, ~'(.'.^cv B>; CaiUinower,7scfl dozen: Dry
Peppers. 15(4>2Uc; Dry okra. 20@25c V tx
Marrowfat Squash, 915 ? ton.
l-Ki IT The bulk ol Apricot arrivals goes i
xoctiimeis. who are also large buyers <>f <■
kinds of fruit. We quote: Huckleberries .-f^
io<-■?!»!; Crab Apples,soi^6oc box; Black Cur
rants. lO®sOc v drawer; Grapes, :">:i r-m- \i \
i>.)\ for Hweetwater,so 75c i«>r Unseal and !
•;n i' 5c for black; white \. t.n lm b, j „' i<- in
l,ulk to canners, 20&40 Cf> box to the trade;
Red v.>. .;., i?6sc »J» t'>>x; Watermelons, $1^
12 t 1 100; Cantaloupes,9l :.'.^ti~' oOpercs
>:^s. 7"..-,, v.i l»."> v box; Blackberries,93 50 ■
•i 50 !" r chest; Apricots, 30^50c ■;< box t>> tiio !
trade,and i;. . l}^c ft fcto eanneru; Peaches,
-' bo\ and 30@50c %* basket; tlo,
Crsiwford, 30(»50c ft basket and il,-, 11.l 1.
to. . aers; Plums, 102 c v fc to the trade and
*■ . %» 1b to the cannere; Apples, 5o«-<g>
?l] | !'<'\: Raspberrieii, $t. . > '• - t cneut;
■>■ s, t< \; do, Bartlett, ■'.•■.^i „
v I tot d ck.; Strawberries, i6<« - >
for Sharpleas; Mextoan Limes, 91 < ■»<> IU
%» box; I < iiL-!i.-, Sicily, f>''*; California
1/em'.;,-.. $4 -.i ."in f,»r choice and 93<»3 60
l"r comm . rnia Oranges, ?.',.;. .> k
Tahiti oranges, 93 to 93 50 r box; Banai
J bunch; Pineapples, 9-I^s $i
dosen.
DRIED FRDIT—We quote: Apdcots, I
I>l : k .!i. d, f. t ~<- T > R>; <10. Bun-dried, ste7c;
Peaches, sun-dried, s@7c; »u> bleached. 7^ 8«
Applos, '.) ■ H'c for evaporated, 54&7 c t^>:
Riieed and i 6c tor quartered; Urapea. roture I
delivery, 8c ft ft»; Prunes r 1 ft-.
lit >M-.\ — Wequoti prices: ;,,■,, liciorambi t
nnd •'. ••• t.! ,c for bright. Comb is quotable at
BUTTEH in. week clow asy roar-
We quote prices as follows: ntney
S7Jk,@29c;g;«x) I ■ air to good,
1 - ' ■ :- • •■ k <•.'. r.>U
g>2so; rirkin. 20 2I) c; En Urn, ]
i o Ibr ladte packed, and 1! Ibtor
creamery.
We qaot< Buacy now,
3 1< !■> 12c; tur to good, •."..'.. lo'-.c; Eastern,
i • . l i . . l .;•■ .
i—Prices a.. :i!>i«ut stationary. We
quob I a-: California, ranch, 27
SOc; store : ■•-'■"'•; Eastern, 23i^24c for
fan-y, •:<) 21cforgood to choice and l&i l:~<
l>>r common.
POi \.i>\\ We quote as follows: LJveTur
>:<■> ; . - dens, l i 15c >* tt>;
j;.. -!• . • ' old and 85 .">ii o sufor
Toong; Broilers, 92 25 t<> ?;> for kimll and
5>5 ■ < i■ • forlarge:H( - >o;Ducks,
;>>i •.: Ueese, *i 25 ■ 1 50 ,• pair.
GAME—Hare,9l 50#] 75: RabMts,fl 25
to • l .'>•!; Doves, 75c »1 | dozen.
PKOVIBIONS We quote as follows: ftmtt
mi Hams, 13] i ><■; California refrigerator
cured Haipk, . Eastern Breakfitai
Bacon, 1;:'. <*i lc:Calirorn!a Baoon,heat yand
medium, :'! .':ioc; do, light, i^!.,m i:jc; d><.
«-.\tr;i light, *l Li: j•- 1 t<: do, dear sides, l<-@
lu',<- v ft,; Pork, extra prime, 914#14 50;
t. irillli-, linSS $l.'>'lf) .">(,; ao. l»ifss,sl(>
(<c 10 ,r >o; do. clear, 91t*ti Js" 50: do. extra
clear, 919 il9 50 f t>ol; Pig's Feet. 918 50
f* bbl: Beet mess, i<i>K S: 5098; do, extra
met*.bbls,9B 50A9;dotamily,*il",$ll 50
j> i>i)i; do. smoki i. ii' cto i l'c v Bk; Eastern
Lard, tieree*. HV*9%c;'do, l*'-1^ tins, lo „-;
<!•>. 5-ft>tins.lOfgC;do. 3-fc tins, io',,c. Califor
nia Lard, tierces, 9U fco v}.',c: do, kits, 10c; do,
10-fb tiii^. If, lu-c; do, 5-fc nns. lOMg)
3 (!•..••: ii.i. 10-». pails, i"' 4 <-; do, .•-?. pails, l li
do, 3-fr patlA, 11 !.»i' «4 ft.
Wi K)tr—We quote si)rins:
POOtOill, r ft) IGSSTS!>
Northern 1*«- 32
bouUieru, 0 mouths 12i515
Southern, 12 months 12V<:®1J>
Nevada , lo@ia
Oregon, Valley 22w 24
Eastern, light. i<i<3i2o
Do, heavy 12@13
Southern Lamb's Wool B®ll
HIDES AND .SKlNS—Quotable as follows:
Sound. Culls.
i H» avv Steers,s7 fts up, ft, fe.7)£0 —c 6 («-—c
! Medium Steers,4otosbibs.6 <$— 4)^@—
Light, 40 to 45 lbs 5 A— 4 @—
Medium Cows, over 46 taJS («.— 4 @—
l.iirtitcov.s. under 46 ft>s 5 6v— 4 %—
Kii>-:.17t030n.s 4 <£— 3 H —
Veal Skins,lo to 17 fbs 6 S— —(2.4
Calfskins, sto 10 lbs —©7 —@5
| Dry HhV*. usual selections. 9(tj,loc: dry Kipe,
do, 6d9e **> Jb; Calf Skins, uo, S(g>'jc; Cull
Hides, Kip and Culf, 6c: Sound l>ry Salt
Bides, "@':o: Cull Dry Salt Hides, 4#4%c:
Pelts, shearlings, 20(a>30c each; do. short, *6
950 c each: do, medium, 80976 each; d >,l<>n;i
wool, $lft,l x.~>; Deer Skins, summer. 32% a
do. pood medium, U7 l,” to 30c; do, tbin, 200
~'2>v- f| tt.; Goat Skins, 30 to 50< apiece for
prime and perfect, 3 5« 25c formedium, s@loc
(.■ac'l: tor small.
MEAT MARKET—Following are the rates
for whole carcasses from slaughterers to deal
ers: Beef— First quiility.s]-.<@6c; second quality,
sc; third quality, 4@ t^cfifc. Veal—(iuotable
..! 6 Be for large and (i{&B%csß>ft>r small.
Mutton—quotable at B@B}sc $ !b. Lamb—
Spring, 9@9^cf B>. Pork—Live Hogs, on
fo.»L, grain fed, heavy,4%&4%c; light, s<£s>4e;
dressed Ilo^.-, 7c to s>e t'"ft>-
SA2«i FBAXCXSOO 9TOCK SALES.
SAN FIIAXCI3CO, August 10,1891.
■oururo uoaud.
Alpha r,j;> Justice 45c
Alta Gsc Kentuck 30c
Andes 1 10 Lady \V 20c
lielcher.. l 40 Mexican 2 45
B. it B 3 4-5Q3 50 Potosi 5 One | go
liullion 3 SU^.i 10 Overnian...i; 05@2 10
Caledonia GOdOphir 3 ;">0
» baUenge l lSlflavage l 90c«2 00
Chollar 2 20@2 SO Scorpion ;ioc
C. C. A: V r. . r,i; S. H. i M DOc
C. Point 1 70@l 75 S. Nevada..2 75^2 HO
I ixcli< quer 70@75c St. Louis 25c
QAC 1 55(0,1 »>0 Union 2 55
<;. i'rize 15c- Utah 85c
H..V N .1 ,s5 Y. Jacket 1 05
Julia 15c
AFI'KKNOON SKSSION.
Ophlr 3 30, C. Imperial 10c
Mexican :1 30 Alpha : 5r
'». A C 1 .Js<"l r>o S. Nevada. 2 7O@'2 76
H. <v U 3 jov<.{ 15 Belcher l :-J5
C. C »t V 5 75 TTtah 7T>i.< 80c
Bavage l rto'Bullion 3 o!>te;i 05
Chollar 2 00@2 05 £xchequer ujh 60c
C. Point 1 75;5. Belcher 85c
l'otosi 4'. I (.',i,v, Overman 2 <>(»
H. A; N 1 76(!51 bu Uuiou lj 15
YeUow Jacket 1 6'J Caledonia -15e
C 1 i BARING-lIOLTSE STATISTICS.
Business Transacted In tho Principal
Cities Durinu the Past Week.
Boston, Aug. 9.—Clearings: Now York,
So47.;N'u,<hio. a decrease of 18 per cent.;
Boston, 995,050,000, an increase ot 1.9 per
cent.; Chicago, $82,639,000, a decrease of
34^ per cent.; Philadelphia, $58,647,000 a
decrease of T.l! per cent.; St. Louis. $22,
--fciJMVKH), an increase of 3.6 per cent.; .San
Francisco. $18,097,000, an increase of 4.9
per cent.; Baltimore, $15,499,000, an in
crease of 17.U per cent.; Cincinnati, $11
--;;''2,uiW, a decrease of 4.7 per cent.; i'itts
burg, $12,024,000. a decrease of v!.l per
cent.; Minneapolis, $6,496,000, an increate
of3.3per cent.; 0maha,55,406,000, an in- i
crease of ."i.7 per cent.; Denver, *>3,Oi:7,;;iK>, ■
a decrease of 3.9 por cent.; St i a>u
$4,527,000, a decrease of 13.2 per ceut.;
Galveston, $3,347,000, an increase of 361.8
per cent.; Portland, Or., $1,857,000, an in
crease of 13.6 per cent.; Salt Lake $1,780,
--000, an Increase of 2<).ii percent.; Seattle.
$887,000, a decrease of 21.2 per cent.;
Taeotna, %lc'6,(«X» an increase of 0.4 per
cent.; Los Angeles, 8843,000, an increase
of 46.1. Tlie total clearings of the leading
cities of the United States and Canada
for the wee.: were 51,000,245,267, a decrease
of 10.6 per cent, as compared with tho
same week last year.
Woe to the Conquered.
The Romans cried " Vaa Victia!* 1 "Woe
to the conquered!" at their triumphs. To
day many of us are being conquered —our
peace, our rest and daily appetite wrested
from us by that invader of tho stomach,
dyspepsia. Succor we sue for from a hun
dred sources. Temporary relief we some
times obtain. i>ut a hearty meal, the
simplest indiscretion in diet, and the Pro
tean imp returns with redoubled vigor to
torment us. A persistent use of the great
anti-dyspeptic and regulating tonic, Hos
tettor's Stomach Hitters, is beat calculated
to drive into permanent banishment every
form ofindigestion, temporary or chronic.
No less efficacious is it for malaria, bil
iousness, constipation, rheumatism, kid
ney and bladder ailments. This remedy
of specific utility and many uses over
comes them all. 'Tis a safeguard, too,
against the effects of temperature apt to
rev ive an attack of la grippe.
The ocean tug IJritannia engaged in a
chase alter a Maine vessel that is floating
on the ocean with 020,000 worth ot" ma
hogany in her hold. That vessel is the
Wycr <;. Sargeant, owned by \\ illiarn (..
Gower of Sedgwi.-k. and aban
doned in a storm last March when
about eighty miles oft" Battens.
Since then she has drilte! over 2,000
miles, crossing the (iuli Stream three
times. At one period of hor wild cruise
she went 500 miles in twenty-two days.
When la>-t sighted, Jane 19th, a part at
least of lier cur^o was yet on board.
"It is :i f:uH." that Hood's Sarsaparilla
does cure scrofula, salt rheum, nni otiier
disesLses or affections arising bom impure
state or low condition of the blood, over
comes that tired feeling, creates a good
appetite, and giv*'s strength to every part
ol" the system. Try it.
A Nrw York jockey has been oflforod
|18,000 for L 892. Yet ho is so well fixed
with his present employers that he heai
, tiitos about accepting.
CONSUMPTION CURKD.
FOB 1O YEARS DR. WM.
HILL'S BALSAM
F-OR TME l_l_ir\JGlS
Has been a nev*r-fnillng family remedy for
COUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTION, "I,A
GRIPPE," SORTS THROAT, HOARSE
NESS, PNEUMONIA, CATARRH, IN- !
FI,UENZA, ACUTE AND CHRONIC
BKON'CHItTIS. ASXIIMa, WHOOPING
COUGH, CROUP, PiEURtSY. PAIN IN
THE SIDE AMD BREAST, SPITTING
OP BLOOD nnd «U <Ib«eusG« of the
Throat, Chest and Lungs
Leaaingto CONSUMPTION
Dr. WM. HALL'S BALSAM contains no
opium, morphine, nor any deleterious drug.
M - othos and heals the Membrane oi the
1 ■■luvh lnHatiiedand jx>isoned by (Useast, and
prevents night sweats and tljihtnesg across
the cliotit. It Is ph-assnt to Lhofnste. Be sum '
and ask Tor Dr. WM. HALL'S BALSAM
and take no Other.
Trade supplied by KIRK, GEARY & CO.. Sacramento, cai.
PRICK, Sr.c, sOc. SI.
Dr. WM. HALL. CO., NEW YORK, j
oSTiiiSiiii
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•zcrtws, wnietk XmCI tii tor «a»iri*»". hapnuiMn. or Ufc • ,lv
; «v DM IICeKTS WONOtBfUL aeautM HfV'OCRAJOi,
W.» gr%»tr<t r«r»-4j (ot th^Pi uMatlalßU To >rar* iv buiVl
|1 trial tratlit wat U**. AMii**. OS. UESIQ ACO 40C Uun
<fc. *M» rnnntw O»L. ttKHW.IUi St.. Rmu QUg. tU.
T«G>arKKmDRD(K.
Pftck<«A nuki« h gallon*.
Da'.icioas. sparklioc. and
arP"t>z.M SoUl hj all
driers. A b^autifo! pfo
tui-" Book and cards rent
>"> '«• to any ono. d'lressin*
TbkC. E. H IRKS CO.,
PfaiUdolpbte.
TO LET.
THE RESTAURANT AND TWO BABB
at AKrirultural Turk. Apply on pmnlSflS
to anS-lw] W. GARDNER, Lcasee.
[ P^JT^Tn^TWP OHNSTON & Co. 3
P * OROERS TROM THE COUNTRY PKaWPTLY FILLED 'ij
SACRAMENTO DATLY RECOKD-XJyioy. TUESDAY, AFGITST 11, 1891.—SIX PAGES.
!UH*vccUn::ccux&.
of mercury and potash mixturea
They aggi'avate the disease instead
of curing it.
Life A Burden.
"I Buffered for five years with mercurial
rheumatism, which was the result of potash
and mercurial treatment by physicians for
constitutional blood poison. They not only
failed to cure me, but made me a physical
wreck and my life a burden. I then com
menced taking Swift's Specific (S.S.S.,)and
after taking n few bottles was entirely
cured both of the rheumatism and blood
poison. 1 cheerfully commend S. S. S., to
any one similarly afiioted,
John H. Lyles, Sorento, 111.
Rooks on Blood and Skin MseasH Free.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
TAKE THE "HINT!
All Whiskies Are Not Ale.
JUDGES SAY
BOURBON
Is Absolutely the Best.
Price, $3a Gralloro.
Geo. E. Dferssea & Co., Sole Props.
iV , I -\ T andVISITING
graved, litho
graphed or printed in correct stylos.
SEND FOR SAMPLES.
H. S. CROCKER CO, |
208-210 J Street. Sacramento.
RICHARDS t KM
DEALERS IN
LUMBER
Northwest Cor. Second and M Sts.
Branch Yird. Front and O- ie:-f J
"Waterhouse & Lester,
—DEALERS IN—
Iron, Steel, Cumberland Coal, Wagoa
Lumber and Carriage Hardware.
709. 711. Ml 3. 715 J St., Sacramento
FRIEND & TERRY
Lumber Company.
MAIN YARD AND OFFICE, 1310 SEO
ond street. Branch Yard, corner Twelfth
ai*ii J streets.
CAPITAL PHARMACY,
S. W. Corner Sovonth and X Sts.,
J. S. O'CaI.LAGHAN, Proprietor,
Druggist and Apothecary.
TCECREAM SODA, WITH ALL KINDS OF '
I lruit flavors. Also, all kinds of MiDfrul i
Jv_*'' ers- Jvl7-«m3D_
FISHING TACKLE
f\F EVERY VARIETY,GUNS, a
\J Rifles. Pistols, Fixed Ammu-TS2Ld*^T
nitlon. Cutlery and Sporting Ma- zm&Sk"*"
terlal ofnvery a script ion. <i ;ns A^^ftl^.
choke-bored, st.,cks b^nt and re-^r I
pairing on gun? and rifles a specialty.
aol4-U H. ECKHARUT. 523 X St.
IRRIGATION DISTRICT BOUNDS.
VTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
.LM sealed proposals will be received by thu
Board of Dint-tors of the Anaheim Irrigation
District »t the office of the Secretary thereof,
in the City of Anaheim, County of Orange,
State o.» \ jilifornia, for the purchase of
000 of Its bonus, i.-oued January 1, lbf>o ux
ciuHiv»- oi the coupons which matured on
Jui\ 1,1890, and January Ist and July l,
; 1891, which nave been detached thereiroiu.
of the dt.noniinations of 9100, $:joo ana
$00. respectively, till 2 o'ci-ck i>. M. of
TUESDAY, the Gth day of «»ctoi>».r, 1801, at
which time and place raid boar*! wIU open
the proposals anil award the purchase of said
bonds to the highest responsible bidder; pro
vided that no proposals therefor will l^e ac
cepted «>r purchase awarded for any bonds
I where the amount is less than 90 per cent, of
the face value thereof, the board expressly re
st rving the right of rejecting any and all "pro
posals or bids therefor.
Any information in regard to the issue of
snid bonds or th> j terms and oondlttons
thereof will be given on application in person
or by letter to the undersigned at his office in
the City of Anaheim aforesaid.
By crder of the Hoard of Directors of the
Anaheim Irrigation IMs'rict.
_aulo 20t B. V. UARWOOD, Secretary.
OHKRIKF'H SALE — UNDEB AND i'.Y
J^ virtue of an execution to me directed,
issued out ot the Superior Court of Los Ange
les County. State Of California, on an order
! made and duly entered on the 2;5d day of De
cember, 1887, in that certain action in said
court wherein WILLIAM s. MKSICK wu>
plainiit! ami JAMES Q. HOWARD. EM/A
BSTH H. HOWARD, JOHN D. HICKNELL,
MARY VICTORIA HOWARD, JAMES
LANCELOT HOWARD and EARNEST
[RAYMOND HOWARD were defendants,
win reby Will am s. Mesick, tliu plaiutiit ii
said action, was ordered to pay John L». lilck
nell. one of the defendants in said action, the
sum of th rt> three hundred dollars for and
on behalf of Same) L. Howard, one of the de
fendants iv f-aid action, upon which said order
I there is now div the mm offtwenty-thxee liun
dred dollars, with incivs-t ibereon at the rate
of seven per oeat. per annum irom the L';;d
day of Deoember, 1887, jiiui aeemed costs.
and costs which may accrue.l have levied ii|x>n
and seized, and will « xi>ose at pubiic sale, in
front of t In- Court houst-door, northwest corner
I ana Seventh streets, in the City of Sacra
mento, County of Sacramento, on the 28TH
DAY OK AUGUST, A.D. ls'Jl at the hour of
II o'cltx-k A. m., all tin right.title, interest aud
claim of the kh!>J WlllUun s. Ifeatek, s;ud
plaintill. of. in and to the following described
real property, jituaU- and 1« inu in the County
of Sacramento and State oi California, and
more particularly described as follows, to wit:
Lots i> and 6 in the blork or square lying he
tween Hand I BAd Third and Fourth streets,
ai>d the north half of the west three-quarters
and the north 100 feet of the east quarter of
lot number 1, and the north half of the west
throe-quarters and the north 100 fa t of the
east quarter and ihc north 100 feet o! the west
qoarter and thenorih halt of the east three
qoaiten and Vnt south half of the rasl half of
lot number "J. in the block or square between
land.) and Fourth and Fifth streets, in the
City of Sacramento, as desipnaied on the
j official map oi said City of Sacramento, all
; lying and boinf; in trie City Of Sacramento, or
sufficient thereof as will taiisfy said Judgment,
costs and commission.
August 7th, 18'Jl.
LEE STANLEY,
Sheriff of the County of S:c.ameuto.
By B. N. UriiHKv, Tender Sheriit.
aub,11,14,18,21,^(>
la^imltatelanF
AND SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
SACRAMENTO, CAL..
Draws Drafts on Principal Cities of the World.
Saturday Hottrs, 10 a. m. to 1 p. m.
officers:
President N. D. RIDEOUI
Vicp-I'resident FRED'K COX
Cashier A. ABBuTI
Assistant Cashier W, R GERBER
di recto us:
C. W. Clakk, Jus. Steffens,
Geo. C. Pxsqamq, Fued'k Cox,
N.D. Hideout, Nokman Rldeout,
W. E. Gerbkh.
SACRAMENTO BANK,
mHE OLDEST SAVINGS BANK IN THE
X eitj't corner tilth and J streets, Sacra
mento. Guaranteed capital, $500,000; paid
up capital, gold coin. 2300,000; loans on rta)
estate in Cnllforui.i, July 1,1891, $3,100,403
term and ordinary deposits, July 1, l^'ji
¥3,022,521. Term ana ordinary deposits re
ceived. Dlvidendi paid in January and July.
Mosey loaned upon real estate only. Infor
mation iurnishfd ujx>n application to
W. P. COLEMAN, President.
Ld. R. Hamilton, Cashier.
NATIONAL BANK of i)~ 0. MILLS i CO.
Sacramento, Cal.—Founded 1850.
Saturday hours 10 a. k. to 1 r. x.
inr.jECTOits and stia:jeholt>eus.
I>. O. MILLS 1,538 Shores
tDGAU MILLS, Presidrnt 1538 Shares
S.raJSNTISS SMITH, Vi< e-Pres. 250 Bhares
PRANK MILLER, Cashier 351 Shares
C. P. DILLMAN, Asst. Cashier.. 125 Bhareß
Other personsov.n 1,198 Sham
Capital and Surplus, $600,000.
I
*3»Chrome Steel Safe* Deposit Vault and
Timo Lock.
FAi!MEIIB'ANi)^mXK tSrSAVINGS BANK
Southwest corner Fourth and J
Streets* Sacratnonto, Gal.
Guaranteed o.pHal $500,000
lOAN.S MADE ON REAL ESTATE. IM
j tereir paid Bemt-annaally on Term and
Ordinary D n-si's.
B. r 6TEINMAN President
EDWIN K. ALSIP Vice-Preaident
]). D. WHITBECK Cashier
C 11. CUMMINGS ..Secretary
JAMES M. STEVENSON Surveyor
DIBKCTOBS :
B. r. STEIHIfAN, I-'.r.viN X Ai..s:p,
C. H. CXJMMXNOs, W. E. Ti:i:i:v,
Sol. iuixydn, James McNasseb,
J.vs. M. Stk\ knsox.
CIIOCKKR-WOOLWORTH NATIONAL BANK,
352 I'ino street, San Francisco.
PAID UP CAFiTAL. $1,069,603, SURPLUS, $250,000.
DIRECTORS:
CHARLES CROCKER.^E. H. MILIiER .T-
K. C. WOOLWORTH President
W. H. BROWN Vice-President
W. K. CROCKER Cashier
PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK
Of Sacramento.
DIVIDENDS PORTHETER^I ENDING
Jane 80, 1691, are now payable. Rate
per annum on to: m deposits, :> pier cent-and
on ordinary deposits, i per cent. Loans
i.:ri''o on reai estate only. All commtuiicu
tions promjMly :t.i ■ wi-ri i.
WM. BECKMAN, President.
Ofo. W. Lor-N'. (a liier.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
[PACIFIC SYSTEM.]
AUGUST .2, 189 T.
Trains Leave and are Due to Arrive at
Sacramento:
LEAVE ! TRAINS RUN DAILY. ARRIVE
6:".o Al Callstoga ami Napa j 11:05 A
3:05 P! Callstosra nnd Napa 8:10 P
12:50 A]...Ashland and Portlands 4:'io \
4:30 P|Deming, ElPaaoandßavtl 7:00 r
7:no P Knights L?diiiK A Oroville 1 7:40 A
10:5O A! Los Angela 9:35 \
lOgden and Ka»l—Second
11:50 At Class 2:25 A
[Central Atlantic Express I
11:00 Pi for O^den and East ,r.:25 A
3:00 P ( Orovillo ■ 10:30 A
3:00 PUed Blud" via iMarysville 10:30 A
10:35 A ...Redding via Willows.... 1 4:00 f
2:50 A.Sau Francisco via Bcnieia' 11:25 A
4:35 A ."ran EJT&ncißCO'Viaßenlcia 12:30 A
ti:r>u A San Pfanciaco via Benieta 11:;5 A
5:40 A Nan Francisco via P.eniria 10:10 F
3:05 P Kan Fni'.icihO viuli.-nicia! 8:10 P
*1O:O>) A .San Francisco via steamer; ?6:00 A
10:50 A fcjan Fran, via Livcrmore :.':oO P
10:50 A Han Jose • '^:5o P
•i::> 0 P Santa Barbara • !):35 A
6:50 A Santa Rosa | 13:05 A
3:05 P Santa Rosa I 8:10 P
8:50 A Stockton ami Ofilt ! 7:00 P
4:30 P St««Jkton and Gait 9:35 A
11:50 A Truckeeand Reno I 2:25 A
11:00 P; Truckeeand Reno ! 5:25 A
6:30 P Colfax and way stations! 2:30 1'
6:50 A Vallejo ! 8:10 P
3:05 P Vallejo
*8:2O A ..Folsom and Plaeervtlle. *2:40 P
♦12:15 P..Folsom and Placerville.. *10:20 A
*4:45 P Folsorn. | *8:00_A
•Sunday excepted. tSuncay only. •; Mon
day excepted. A.—For morning. P.—For uf
lernoon.
RICHARD ORAT, Gen. Traffic Manager.
T. H. OOOUMAN, General Passenger Aeent.
NOTICE OF ELECnOS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
efeotton will be held :it the Riverside
Sotue,occapied by Carl Monger,on tin- 12tb
DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1891, commencing
nt l o'clock i>. K.andcio«ing al 6o'clocJi p. m.
of thai day. for the <-i cttonof three Trustees
of the Reclamation District formed by the
Board of Supervisors upun the petition of
James MeNaaser and others in tiie county of
Sacramento and State of < 'iilifoniia.
Attest: W. \V. RHOADS, County Clerk.
By J. K. Doody. Deputy Cleric uulO-lm
TN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE
JL State of California, in ami for the City and
County of Sun Francisco. In the nuittcTof 1
the estate oi WILLIAM WINTER, deceased.
—Notice <;f s;ile of real estate—Notice is here
by given that in pursuance of an order of the
Superior court c.t the city and County of San
Francisco, State of California, made bn the
11 tli day of Miiy A. 1). ] hhi, in the mutter of
the estate of William Winter, deceased,the
undersigned, t he Bxecntricesof the said estate,
will sill at private Bale, to the highest and besi
bidder, for casn, lawful money of th;.' United
States, and subject to confirmation by said
Superior court, oa and after the 27th DAT
OF AUGUST, 1891. all-the right, title. Inter
est and astate of the said William Winter at
the time of hta death, and ail the right, title
and interest that the said estate has by opera
tion of law or otherwise acquired since his
death ia imd to all those certain lots, pieces or
parcels of land, situate, lying and being In tho
County of Sacramento, state of California,
and bounded and described as follows, to-wit:
Survey No. 559, Swamp and Overflowed
Lands, Sacramento County, Township No. 2
north, Range No. 2 east of Mount Diablo merid
ian: Sections Nos. B', 9, 17 and 18, portions of
said sections embracing the whole of Webber
Island (noweommonly called West's Island)
and more particularly described in the Held
notes of «iid survey (madefor David J. West,
20th September, 1860), as follows fwuich so |:
Beginning at tbe western end of Webber Is
land in Section eighteen (In), Township two
(2) north, Range two (2) east. Mount Diablo
meridian: thence meander up stream (San
Joaquln River) N. ;" ; 5 15 B. 1.77 chs., n. :;i
00' B. 2.1»: chs.. N. :>3 ' 3O'K. s.oochs, N. i .
OC E. 8.50 Chs M N. 02° 30* K. 5.00 ehs- N.
70° 00' K. 21 Chs.. N. 88 30' E.f 23.00 chs.
N. 80° 30/ E. 26.00chs M N. 74° 15' K. li.ou
ehs., N. 6: J dO E. 14 chs., N. 4^ 15' E. 9
Chs., N. 76° 45* E. 2.50 chs., S. 80° 15 E.
1«i.20 ths., S, 68° 15' E. 2.-10 ehs. to stake at
cast) m end of the islund; thence meander
down the stre&mS. 64 000/w.24.50ch5.,8. vi
SO'W.22.oochs., 8.68 0 :^o' W. 18.0
mO 3 30' W. SCOOchs., s. s-i- :u> w. 16.20 chs_
S. 7h" 30' W. 15.1 m chs.. S. U 1 00 W. 800
chs., N. Si;°l.j' W. 1 :.»7 chs. to the place
of beginning, containing one hundred and
seventy-four 64-100 (174.64) acres or more
of land. Lines run by the true meridian, mag
netic variation 1 6 25' < ast.
Oilers or bids will by received at the office of
Daniel Titus, attorney-at-law for said estate,
at 30(i Pine street, inSan Francisco, at rooms
1 and 2.
Terms and conditions of stile: Cash; lawful
money of the United States. Ten per cent, of
the purchase money to be paid to the under
signed on day of stile, balance on confirmation
ofsate by said court. Deed at the expense of
the purchaser. PRANCES E. SALSIG,
MARY i:. WICKSON.
FANNY M. WINTER,
Executrices of the E&tate ol William Winter,
deceased.
Dwi: i. Tri rs. Attorney for Estate.aulO-'Jw
■B**^~", Flpo db Cltirken lAce Hiilcrl
! Ask your daatef for it. or Btad for Free Circular ta
1. Petaluma. Incubator^Co..\Petaiuma.i.Cal, 1
CAR^FVALLEY!
The Earliest Fruit Land in the State
Equal ii All Respects to tie Famous fa Valley, lid it Adjoins.
w i)
I>INTEREST ONLY FOR RJVIS YEARS AX 7 PER CENT.«^
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.
■?? -iaif V 3 • y- Land Com P any «s offering the Too much stress cannot be laid upon the QTeat ad
most tortile land?, m tins beautiful valley upon terms which vantage to the fruit-grower of" being in an early locality,
enable the purchaser to pay for the land out: of its own In most cases it makes the difference between success
pioduct viz.: Interest only lor five years at 7 per cent, and failure. The industrious orchardist of Capay \ alley
i..t only condition imposed is. that a reasonable pro- may rest assured that he will derive all the benefits gained
portion cl the land purchased shall be planted to fruit by the first fruit shipments of the season, and that 23
trees or vines. Land may be bought without this con- acres cf This rich land, when the trees are in bearing
dition on payment ot 20 per cent, cash and remaining will yield a handsome and assured income,
oo per cent, at the end of five years, with interest annu- The Capay Vailey Land Company his an agent re
ady m advance at 7 per cent. The various tracts owned siding in the valley, whose duty it is to show the various
by the Capay Valley Land Company have been subdi- tracts to land seekers.
vided into 10 and 20-acre lots, which are for sale at Four tovvnsites have been laid out in different points
prices varying from $50 to $150 per acre. Similar an- in the valley, viz.: Esparto, Cadenasso, Guinda and
improved land in Vaca Vailey has retendy been sold at Ruirisey. Town lots may now be purchased at reason
s4oo and $500 per acre. able prices and on easy terms.
These Capay Valley lands are under the most favor- The enterprising and flourishing town of Esparto is
able climatic conditions for the prosecution of profitable situated at the lower end of the valley, and $125,000
fruit growing, and the locality has proved itself to be worth of substantial buildings have already been erected,
one of the earliest in the State. The grape crop of 1890 including a fine fbur-story brick hotel, two large brick
from the company's vineyard at Cashmere was picked, blocks and waterworks, with pipes laid in the streets,
dried^ and shipped to Chicago and Philadelphia before besides extensive warehouses and numerous residences,
the Fresno County grapes were ripe. The town has a postomce. school-house and a weekly
The railroad passes through all of the tracts owned by paper, and the fine railroad depot contains telegraph
the Capay Valley Land Company, thus insuring excel- and express offices.
lent shipping facilities; and land may now be purchased Postoffices have also been established at Guinda and
n the immediate proximity of either of the following Rumsey. This latter place, situated at the head of ihe
1 stations: Capay. CadenasiO, Surrey, Guinda, Sauterne, j valley, is the present .terminus of the railroad. The
Cashmere or Rumsey. comfortable little hotel makes excellent quarters for
At many of these places fine orchards of the choicest ] hunters as well as land-seekers.
and earliest varieties of peaches and apricots may already I The advantages enjoyed by the settler in Capay Val
be seen, and during the coining season considerable ad- ! ley may be thus concisely summed up:
ditional acreage will be planted out. One of the recent A soil of great fertility, yielding bountifully of every
sales made by the company was that of the Tancred j crop.
Tract, containing 600 acres, to a colony association. A soil and climate which will ripen all kinds of fruit
This tract has been subdivided into forty holding?, all of d vegetables earlier than anywhere else in the State,
which will be planted to fruit trees this season. i anA climate perfectly adapted to the curing of raisins and
The fine orchards on the Guinda Tract, where 400 drying of fruit without the aid of artificial evaporators,
acres have been sold, are especially worthy of mention, A location that is central and close to markets. Railroad
and it is a significant fact that several of the blocks are communication which enables shipments to be made
owned by successful Vaca Valley fruit-growers, who ex- quickly and cheaply. Lands which are sold cheaper
pect to make their earliest shipments from here. and on better terms than anywhere else vii the State.
FOR MAPS AND ALL INFORMATION REGARDING THE CAPAY VALLEY LANDS,
APPLY TO OR ADDRESS
"V v 1 "jSvTr ~JsL-xT~ ""fv/r ~T~ "T~ c "~~y
w JAL. -ML. AjkL j_ -La -La 1
Fourth end To'vnsend Streets. . SAN FRANCISCO.
A RARE OPPORTUNITY
Good Agri cultural' Land for $1O j
to $2O per Acre.
The^acifio Improvement Company has re*.
oentiy 'purchase! twelve thousand icres of
tend in tho heart of Tehama County, for the
of promoting subdivision and settle
ment. This land embraces lands from flrst>
olasa Sacramento Valley agricultural land, to
land of fair avorago quality, and is ofiored at
from $10 to ?20 per acre, in subdivisions of
40, 80, 120,160 and 320 acres.
Tho terms upon which these lands are offered :
are especially attractive. They will be sold In i
subdivisions, as above indicated, by tho pay
ment of Interest only for three years, at which
time the purchaser can begin tlic payment of
principal by paying the first ol" five equal an
nual installments. Thus no part of the prin
cipal is to he paid for three years, and then I
the purchaser is to have five years In which to
pay five equal annual installments, with in
terest at the rate of 7 por ctnt. per fumura,
matins payments extending over a period of
eight years. Intending purchasers are as
sured that thia is an opportunity to purchase
land of fair average quality at $10 per acre,
and good agricultural land at f3O an acre,
with other grades cf land at prices to'corre
spond between these figures.
The assertion is frequently made thtt good
lfinti.;, suitable for general farming, and os
pecially adapted for fruitgrowing, cannot bo
had in California fcu 1 less than from §60 to
$100 an aero. An examination of the land
subject of this advertisement will prove to
home-seekers that this is an opportunity for
the purchase of good agricultural land at $20
an acre, and for qualities grading down to fair
agricultural land at $10 an acre, on terms of
payment which should make the disposition
of diese lands to actual settlers a result easy of
accomplishment.
Ihe primary object of the purchase of thii
bo«y of land was the breaking up of a largfe
tolding fo* the purpose of pix>moting its set
tlement in smaller quantities and its devotiOD
*o diligent husbandry.
For further particulars, call upon or ad
l*-r«ss WM. H. MILLS,
Land Agent of the C. P. R. X., Frturth an«
Townsand streets. San Francisco. Cal.
I' -fifl OGD EN 'ROUTE LJ,
®A/wvvvofr <3bsA/<scWvcc'
£>cuXvy
s)v\\VWft COJC Sc/W\iQA, to
o
yu,^ \, —
SEND THE WEEKLY UNION TO YOUIS !
friends in the Ecu>U
I>RS. PEXDKKV A BAIXBRIDGE,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. OFFICE, '
Poetotlice Building, corner fourth and X
ttrsuti 4eWl
A. MEISTES,
pARRIAGKS. VICTORIAS, PHAETONS ■
V ' Boggles und Spring mid Fruit Wagons' !
'.no, vi.i, ;<!■: Ninth stj^ct. Sacramento? \
88. W. F. WIAHD
HAS REMOVED HIS RESIDENCE TO i
ICIO O street. Office—Masonic block, i
bixth and X streets. JylO-lm
H. r. ROOT. ALEX. NEII.SON, J. DRISCOL. j
EOOT, HEILSON & CO..
UNION FOUNDRY—IKON AND ISRASS '
Founders and Machinists. Front street,
between N and O. Castings and Machinery
of every description m;uU- to order.
GUTEaiE BSOS.,
"PRACTICAL PLUMBERS, STEAM AND !
JL Gas Fitting. Roofing and Job»in». Terms i
reasonable. 127 J street.
8. CARLiS,
SUCCESSOR TO CARLE & CROLY, CON
traclor and BuiUier. Orders solicited and j
promptness guaranteed. Office and shop,
Il«4 Second street, between X and L.
STORE MASON.
riEMEIiT AND ARTIFICIAL WALKS
0 laid. In all colors, at lowrst prices. First
class work Runrantccd. A. BOITANO, No.
M 9 Alley, between M and N. Si^venth anJ
Cislith streets. Sacramento. C^ii.
JOHN D. SHEARER & SON,
A RTIFICIAL STONEWALK CONTRACT
x\ «rs. Latest <Ip.si?ns and first-class work.
Estimates furnished for residences, wood or
iron lotuiciations. l«ifi.tf
— * ■— — : i
F. F. TEBBETB,
DENTIST, 914 SIXTH ST.,^*2S^S^
between I and J. west sidt^fftf&ißS&Sk
opposi^t^CongreKatlonal Cbuirh.v**JJOLXXP
r>a. w7 c. reitk"
DENTIST, LINDLEY BUILD- 'fIP3SS^i
Ing;, southeast corner Xax-iffi^s^rSL
enth ano_J streets, Sacramento. v**J-T^fl2^
C.~"H^~STEPHENSfJI^
DENTIST, CORNER BEY- /gSP^JjV
(.nth and J streets,
~jOHX MILLER"
(Successor to Fritz it Miller),
UNDERTAKING PARLOPS,
OArt X MBEBT (ODD FELOWS' TEM
*r\JO pie). A complete stock of Undertaking
Goods always on band. EMBALMING A
SPECIALTY. Telephone No. 186.
J. FRANK CURK~
UNDERTAKING PARLORS,
1017-1019 Fourth St., Sacramento.
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY. GEORGE
II CLARK, Funeral Director and County
Coroner. Telephone No. 134.
W. J. KAVANAUGH, Undertaker,
No. 513 J St., bot. Fifth and Sixth.
A LWAYS ON HAND A LARGE ASSORT
±\_ meut of Metallic and Wooden Caskets.
Burial Cases, Coffins and Shrouds furnished.
Coffin orders will receive prompt, attention on
short Dotice and at the lowest rate*. Oftics
open day and night. Telephone No. 305.
I«# WWC«B^ asßi£ I 1! youthful errors
ewlT dei?ar, waattr.j? woaJcneus, lost munhoort, etc^
1 will s-oail avalua!>i^ treatlw' (f>riUM) containing
full particulars for hoTtie cun\ FKEE or ciiarce.
I A cplonclld medlcai work; should bo road by everj
nifin wbo Is nrrvons nntl cirbtlltiW. Adclresa
Prof. F. C. fc'UV.X£B. Moodoi, Coxua,
t '■' a
WM. M. SIMS,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Lindley Balldlns, rooms 5 and 6, 1009
Beventh street, cor. J. tracrumento. Cal. itsl-U
A. S. AUSTIN.
4 TTORNBY AND COUNBELOB AT LAW.
!'.<>. box, 528, Sacramento,Cal. Present
li'iiircss. Baldwin Mot'l.San Fr:iiici.-c<>.n7-lin*
CHAUSCEY 11. t)TNN. S. SOLON HOLL,
HOLL & DUNN,
LAWYERS.— OFFICES, 9l>o FIFTH ST.,
Sacramento. Telephone No.J.4^
CHAELES H OATMAN,
\ TTORNEY AND COUNSBLORrAT-LAW.
J\ OFFICE- -4'JOJ Btreut, Baoramento, GaL
Notary Public.
A. L. HAKT,
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW.—( >FFICB, SOUTH
west, corucr Fitthaml J street*, Kooma
12.13aua 14, butter buildins.
EBNER EROS.,
116-IIS X Street, Front and Second,
PliKii miuuiio.
TMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL-
X ere in Wines and Liquors. Agents i<>r Jio
cclebratoci Pommery and Qreno Champagne.
M. CRONAN,
aSO X St., and I\OB-IUO Third St.,
Sacramento, cal.,
TMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER
i X in Fine Whiskies, Brandies and Ctiaia
j pagne.
JAMES WOODBURN,
No. 417 X St.. Sacramento, Cal.
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER
in Pine Whisivks, Brandies, Whirs and
lquors. ThanKlng my ol«i friends mid
patrons for tbetr former patronage, I solicit «♦
continuance of the stiip.c. All orders will bo
nroniDtlv and cheerfully filled-
COMPOUND
Powder! fi
—THE—
Most Perfect Laxative and Cathartic
KNOWN!
Will Give Instnnt R. lief an<l Effect Perm*
nent Cures in Cases of
HABITUAL CONSTIPATION,
INDIGESTION,
BILIOUSNESS,
DISEASED LIVER,
RHEUMATISM,
GRAVEL, ETC., ETC.
The GreatesFßlood Pnrifler
OR THE AGE.
Pleasant to the Taste! Wonderflil to
Its Kosults.
PUT UP ONLY BY THE
W. H. BONE CO.,
13 Bash Street. San Francisco.
KIRK, GEARY & CO., bole Agents, Sacra
mHE RECORD-UNION AND WEEKLI
X UNION, ciciiii, reliable, largest in circula
tion.
THE RECORD-UNIOIS AND WEEKLY
UNION are the best for tlie ikmlly circle.

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