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COMMERCIAL.
SACRAMENTO MAIiKET.
Sacramdnto. October P.d.
FRUIT— I/mons—Mclly, fB@B 50 ft box:
CaUlbmia, f 6@6 50: LJBles,so 1* c;is(, si »
100; Bananas. !?2 r>0(« 3 ¥ bunch for Island;
Coobauuts, $T(§>B; California OrangßS—River
■ ide, §3 50(s>l %» box; Pineapples, 60 c«nti=
each, f~ * dozon; Ptaclies, io^oOc box;
Nectarines, 75c#fcl box: Plums, SOcrtu
$1 25 V box; Bartlett Pears, §I©l 251»b0x;
Apploi>. 5(K('-S1 V box.
CANNED O< »C)DS— Assorted Table. $1 Cs@
1 75; Appks,sl 60; Apricots, $1 50; Black
berries, $1 75^1 b5; (.harries, ?1 95@2 35;
Currtmts, §2 ~'s; Gooseberries. 91 B(HS 1 '.'0;
Muscat (.iiape*, ?1 40#l 50; Plums, $1 IO;
Quinces, §1 75; strawberries, S2 50.
BKEADSTUFF6— Klour, $5 25 f* bbl; Oat
meal, 10-ft sacks, 3J^c « ir>: !?;J 25 100-ft
Kicks; OornmeaLwhite,s3 '«* 10-ft) eacks; yel
low, 82 r,O r 25-ft BftskKj Cracked Wheat. #3
V 10-tb sucks §2 75 ft 100-«. sacks; Hominy,
V 8 75 V in-;', sa-ks; ?.i 50 1^ 100-lb sacks;
Unihain, g2 75 $ 10-lb sacks; $2 G23^ %)
3 00-ib sacks.
V£OETABLES—Onions, Silvcrskins, 85^
BCc c-.v!: red, SO@Bsc; Em; Plant. S@4q
50c r* box; Corn, Sweet, §1
t saofc; Cabbage, 05@90c %t 100 lbs: Carrois,
B 60c V 100 ft*; Xumlps, new, 75c« sack;
bunch vegetables. 12V£c V, doz; Parsnips, §1
@1 50; Beets, :o<<. fl: Horse Badlsb, 10;- ?.
«i; Garlic, s^6c; Aitlcnokea, 4O@6Ocf» doa;
l>ricd Peppers, 25@30c: Green Peas, com
mon, 2@:>c; do,sweet, : <&\') Potatoes. Early
Bose. 50@ti0c; Peerless, 60@70c; Burbanks,
r.O{!iGsc; Centennial, 50@60c S etl; Celery,
75c doz; Btrlng Beans. -l@sc; Summer
Bqaaan. 3c; Cauliflower,«l "^(.o;; Green Pe
p-s, r,fu.(i( ■' ■&, Co; Okra, 12V£@15c; Kod Cab
le; :;<•,-' B>.
DAIRY PItODUCTS-Kuttcr, Valley, SO®
32C V Ib. Fancy Fetaliuna, 32%&85 C * to;
K:j»st§rn Creamery, fancy. 25®27>^c; packea
in rirkins, choice, 22%@84c; common. 12J^
013 c; Cheese, California, lo@llc; Young
America. 11 . ! 2<-; Eastern i/!-t-:irii, 15c; Lim
burper, 18®20c; genuine Swiss, ;i2K@3sc;
AmericaD Swiss, 21c; Martin's Cream, 17g>
18c; Kl'ls, 32;^@34c; Eastern, 24®25c
1'Ol'LTl!': — Dealers' prices: Live Turkeys,
hens, 15c; gobblers, ll@12c; dressed, l-i®
15c; full grown Chickens, fs@s 50 V doz;
younrßoostsrs, ?4@5 r''!»z: 1 trailers, §3" 4;
tameoucks, 84^5; Pefeln, ps#s ou; Ueese,
2.") f pair.
HAY, CHAIN AND FEED-Oat Hay. §11
014 9 ton; Alialfa. do. i?lU(!>12 ton; liran.
ton; Middlings, £2:s f t->n; Barley,
whole, paying £1 10!» l 20; rolled, 31 3O;
Wheat (choice milling),paying Si 60?t<nrt;
llye. 81 70; Tnnie «!ut.-. 01 80; Corn, paying
91 45 in,i 50^c\vt.
MEATS—Beet sc; Mutton, 8c;-Lamb, 9c;
Veal, laryc. .".' „<<r<ic; small, 7(i'T'..c; boge, 43
4':.e; (lre-..-e:l Pork. Sc; Ha'us— Kasie.n. I4@
loc; California, ll%c; Bacon—Light Medium.
9>~c; Bolected, 10c;"cxTrn light, 12..c; extra
light, boneless, \;\\:/o 11 <•.
MIS< 'XLI A.\ K( >U8 - » eds— Alfalfa, new
crop, 6@7}ic; Timothy. Eastern, ;"<•' oc; Pop
Corn. ■ .;>.,,■; sin lie.l. i'■./. .V.,c; Kcd
Clover, lucallc; Red Top, B@7c » rt>. Nuts—
Chile walnuts, new, ll(q 12c; Caufornia Wal
nuta, ii"i2c; Almonds, new. i">i'; Peanuts,
California, tks7c; Eaßtern, (>@7c. Lard—
(.'•lifcruiii. cans. B>i@9c; Eastern, B^@lOc
Bides—Salt, light, Be; medium steer.-,, <>«•;
heavy steers, m; heavy cows, sc; dry, 9c";
Tallow, o'.c.
SA>i FRANCISCO MARKET.
Sax Francisco, Cctober 3d.
FLOI TR—Net cash priescs for Family Extiv.s,
Ss@s 25 hbi; Bakers' Extras, £5 15$ "> 25;
Superfine, #3 <;scs3 'JO.
WHEAT—The market was quiet to-day.
though prices remained steady, iji.otableat
Si 60*4 to $1 G7j.. ft ctl, ■with M 6t% tor
Choice; milling, $1 ?(>'■■ 1 7.: 1.: ,-ell.
BARLEY—Moderate movement in all de
scriptions. We quote as follow*: Fred,
SI U-'Vrl 0:1.,. with $1 OS'i tor choice;
Brewing, SI 1:. 1.. - l 80; Chevalier, 91 35$
1 :5T 1.. ft c.l tor standard; lower grades,
91 07X&1 i 2>i f) ctl.
OATs—The situation Is against buyers. Ofr
feringsare (airly large, bat there is stronghold-
Ing. We quote as followii: Burprise, §! 40®
1 45; milling,fl 3~(4H 10; good to chi 1 c.
SI 30®] :.;'..; fair. SI 22&*1 27%; Gray.
SI 1 :-' ; liia.-k. »] l!:'./.. 1 35 t' Ctl
for Oregon and ?1 50&1 7 5 for t 'alifornia.
CORS—New crop is cciiniijjr In (reetv and
values are lower. We quote: Large Yellow,
§1 25£ ; »0 > cM; Small Yellow, $1 3563
1 4:.' 1.; White,*] 25#1 35.
CRACKED (JOHN—Quotable at §29;0 30 f«
ten.
OILCAKE MEAL— Quotable at S3OfU n
fr.-ini the mills.
C iKNMI.AL- Millers quote Peed at S'2B to
>v: One kinds ior the table, in large
and small . ackagi s. 3] I■■ :;' v f* Ib.
SEEDS—We quote: Mustard, Brown, S2 76
@S3; Ycliow. ?„' ?'.'. :-t %> ctl: Canary, i' w
:.'■: !'•:.)•. ilv l 1 ■••: Kape, 82; Timothy, i l.
&.~>c; AlialGi >' It; Max, 8202 25 p
el i.
M!iH'LlNOS— Qnotabla at §21 50022 60
9 ton.
CHOPPED FEED—Quotable at §.'2 ;"0$
2:; .r>o" ton.
HAY — (iood supply. The prie<
easy. Wo m'o'*': Atlalfa, Sll<&12; Wheat.
}?li .".oil. Wheat and Oat, SI 1 60913 50.
Barley, 81<i 50@12; Clover, $l-(gaa; wild
<>a!. 1. • lv 50; Stock,3looll %» ion.
STRAW -Quotable at 40@50c%( bale.
HOP-—Quota hie at ll^loc V i.
BRAN —v.-uotaiiie ai SI bO2O V ion.
RYE—Quotable at fl 57>< 1 BO^ctL
BUCKWHEAT—NominaI at SI ~'5f31 50
V< ti.
GKOUND 15AHLEY—Quotable at 823@24
V ton.
POTATOES—We quote; oaract Chiles. 15#
65c; Earlj I io<; Burbanka, 3
Jur tUverand 75-i.#l tor .-almas; Swwi.ai.u
3 25 1 ctl.
• >.\l< >NS—Quotable at 55&G5e v ctl.
v I»RiKD PEAS—We quote: Green, £l 3."©
1 50; Biackeye, §l 40tj,l SC: Niles, $1
1 50 V cU.
BE iNS—We quote: Bayos, 91 90@2; But
• ■ ..2 '^>; Htik.Sl ;. S2i 2 IO;
Lima, 82 : . Pea, 52&2 u3; smitll
M lute. 1 "> V ctl.
VEGETABLES -Trade moves alcnj; witti
customary ragularlty. We quoje ai tollows:
; < mr <-n Okra, 251.5
BOcftbo±; lißvn t.oin, ;cc('iii>l ♦'• b.ix and zu
i-.'j... y. dosen f>r bay: CacumbVra, 1.
. pickling do, ::"'■'< sOcf) ctlfbr large and
tc for small; Green Peppers, 45^ !i:r>
box tor Chile and • or Kcll: Tomatoes,
ir>#2sc y box; Egg Plaut, -4<> 50c V box;
Buuui>er tsquasii, :;;">•: ."•<><• -,• box 7>>r bay; Tur
nips, 5o :5c -' cti; Beets §1 ftttaek; ( i
•: Parsnips,Sl 25 ctl: ra!>l at
c: Garlic, 3 Ie r 8; Cauliflower, 75c
V'lo/ti.; i.; . „„; \;.- y Okr*, 20
; tfarrovrlat Squash, Ss9< V tun,
FRun Blackberries are aboat om for the
ties *oiii at b siiLiit advance
this morning. We quote v follows: Wine
grapes, £- 13 > ton; Qnlaees, :«••.? .",ue p
doj£ Grapes, 15 j r >>- v* box for Bweetwater,
••• to Muscats, 1 .*••'■ ..•;.'»<• for Black
0 lor 1. kay, 25 • 10c ior Ve:a. I
c i"! Isabella; Watermel >ns, %4
loit; Cantaloupes, slfiA7sc ,- orate; Klgs.
35 76c > t)o."v; Blackbetries, sjci 50 >•
cheat; Peaches, 1.">,.•■ 10 • - ix.%; I'iums, 2<
40cf>box; Apples, 25c@Sl "f> >«>\; Rosptx-r
--cl : I•■ trs 25 50c >. bos for
commou, and 40#85c ior bartleti; Straw
berries, 9 j chest for Sharplem, and #9^
10 lor Lougworth; Mexican Llme^.S
box: Lemo sl Sicily, §", oOv >•; Oaiifornia
- r>c(a(. r) t.r «- iiimoii to-choice; Pa
hitiOrangec,fM 50®3 f) box; Bam as,B2 i
V Duncn; I - dozun*
ri< -, M> :i - bbL
DRIED FRUlT—Apricote, 1 leachi i.
do, sun-dried. 3@ !<•: Peaches, peeled •
Bted, 1 sun-dried, 8 tc; bleached
ror evaporated, I 5c
tor sliced, luid ;">c- !<• for quart<
Plums, "■.•• ■■'„''■, unpitte 1 do, .:•
: I fit., iVar.
lor evaporated, l@sc for sliced, and 3
ie tor red and
f)®«3o for whiic; Figs, . for pressed
;.n.l 3 1 ie !or vu.t n sci
UAISIjN [vote: Layers, fancy, Sl 50
(■: 1 80 V box; choice, $1 30@l l«. ; .air to
j.">, with the asoai advance for
iraetionai boxes; Muscatels, 75@'jOe»bojc
and 4c R ft' tor -a<-k>.
HONt.Y—Extracted is quotable at 5Vj 5 .
for amber and <;',@ ;!,,c ior bright Comb is
quotable ai I fl B>.
BUTTER Stocks continue liberal with
prices weak. We quote as follows: Kan. >
.:<•; cool to choice, 29<431c: fair 10'
' ■.<■: store iuts, 1 - b: nick
led roi . > : Urkin, 20 . : ; l
20e mr kudle packed ana i:z' (a 2<k;«*%i
l& for cream ry.
CliEEssE [« Brm. We quote: Choice to
!..:;.■> new, ; . I lirto good, y io< ; tast
'. .'./■ s ! v..
t Jood BUp
:allK.i;..s. We quote: California ranch
»6#37>^c: store lotK, 2<. «ft 32 I crn, 259
•.? cfor Biucy, 21@24c tor good to cnoivu
and l - •.<•< i"! coumicn.
I*OULTRY—We quot< rkeya Oob
blern, 1: .•:!..;". 16c v*lb. 1'; - . -
s<; for o.«l and -
S- •">' ■ •'. Q 1 r or
• ; i v u~. 5;, r;Geese
25 -1 75 9]
st'nis morning were larger
nnd cheapei r:i!.-. prevailed in consequence.
11, 1 ■"■<■ § 1 ■ 0 0; Matl&rU
: Wtdge >ri
>l .-. l T.v Teal, *l b&#l :.->: small
L>uekß, SI 25^1 7">: Gray «...-o. !?.'"■
common Snipe, $1: £ngU»h Snips -
- 1 .5; Babbits, fl ..- 1 ~.w
1 tovoM, 7 .'>. j l -■ fioa n.
PROVISIONS We quote as follows: East
cii Hams. 14c; Caliiornla refrigerator-cured
i;a-ii-. . ; item Breakfast Bkicon
• ; ■ H mon, heavy and v >•
diuiu, lo . lie; do, light, 12KM1Sc; <\"
extral | - .!..•'
l0?ic - ft); Hurk, extra prim.'. $M ■!.; .1;)
--cio t.jsn,' mess, §15 iilS 50; do, 111 s-'
SI 7 50 ■. <-.. ai ,818* :
■ 1 ar. >\" 19 50f> t.i 1: tigs F i, $■;> ;,,
--t>'..l: It.-, f. mess, hblg, bOCJ,B an, extra
ii'-s, ; ■.•: do, family; Sllw>ll 50
V i">l; i'o. m..0 v< >l, 11 ■ to; Eastoru
Lnrtl, tivrct- f do, 10»> Una. i«".,- (
--<O. 5-1.. tins, him-; ,i;,. ;!-tt, tin-. 10 1
fornia Lard, tierces, .-' <■ to '■■'■>■; 00 k«n
10c; do, 10-B)tins, 10'/. io'.c: do, 5-tb tins.
O 10 .. : do. 1<;-^ jail-." io; r -; do, 5-Ib
;• s, I lc; do, 34b pails. Ll^cflft.
\V OuL—We (juot.-bpiiug:
Foothill f B> 16^18c
Northern 18(5 22
Nevada Isfii>lß
Oivgon, Valley 22@:M
BaKtern, light i<><wis
L'o. heavy 12® 15
We quote fall:
Mountain, light and free 11@13
Plains, heavy and poor 7@fl
D.->, heavy und poor 9^ i l
Do, good S«(ffilO
Lambs, poor to choice S&l2
HIUKBANU SKlNS—Quotable as follows:
fcound. Culls.
Heavy Steers, 57 fts up. f*ft> 7%®— c 6 •—«
Medium Steers. 46 to 50 tbs.G <<;,— 4)flj—
L.^ht. 40t0451bs 5 (a.— 4 @—
Medinm Cows, over 4fi 1b5..5 @— 4 <h: —
Li.srht Cows under 4C fts 5 @— — 4@
XiI 8, 17 to 30 lbs 4 (" — 3 ©—
Vcalsskins, 10tol7ibs 5 @v— — &4
<'aliSkiiis, sto 10 frs — @7 — @5
Dry Hides, usual selection, lO(<nlO^c; Dry
Kips, do. 9e %* it; (iilf Skins, do, 0c; Cull
Hides, Ki;> and Calf, 6c; Sound Dry Bait
Hides, s(.r<;<-; Cull Dry Salt Hides, 4(s4^c;
Pi'lt-, shearlings, 20@30c each; do, short,
40r.> .'>oc each; <lt), medium, 60($?5e each; do,
Ion? wool, Sl@i 25 each; Deer skins, sum
mer, ?>■:}(.■: d<>, fr (K »d medium, 27K(g>30c; do,
thin, 2<>m ■.'•.'...• f ib; Goat Bklns. 30@S0c
apie.-c for prune and perfect; 15«':25c mo
diuni. 5 8 10.- each for small.
TAI LOW—Quotable us follows: Refined,
<^ T■':•■*>!.,••; Xiv.r to gcxjd, rendered, 4©4'.,c;
grease, 'A& 3Kc?p b.
MEAT MARKKT—FoIIow ing are the rates
for whole carcasses from slaughterers to dral
ers: Beef—First quality, 5.,..;>;.•: second qual
ity, sc; third quality, 4®4%c tt>. Veal—
cjuotiblent s@6c ibr nugeand cia-c tS lb for
RmalL Mutton—Quotable at 7( •Sc « »>.
Lamb, spring, B&iiC ft tt.. Pork—Live Hogs,
oo foot, grain led, heavy, ■l 1;^!';^; lij,rht,
17.-;I 7.-; dn ssed Bogs, 7@scfkß.
SA>f FKAKCISCO STOCK SALES.
San Fhanclsco, October 3,1891.
MOIiNIXG IJOAHI).
Andes <»0c Mexican 2 40
Belcher l ion. Queen lOc
B.A H a 65 N.G.AC 15c
Hodie 4Or Occidental 7oc
Hullitm l -t t "@l CO Ophir 3 :J0
Challenge 1 15 Overman 1 00
oom*wealth 2oc Savage ;< lo
C. C <*c V 5v s. H. ,v M
C. Point 1 35 S. Nevada.2 30 5
Exchequer Goes. King 2 c
<i A C 1 SO Union 'J. SO
H. &N 1 40 Utah EOc
KentucJC 20c Y. Jacket 1 65
Lady W 15c
LIST OF LETTERS.
RomainiriK in the Postofflce at Sacramento on
Monday, October 5, 1801:
Ladles' Lint.
Anders-on, Mrs Ama Lebourman, Mm II
Armijo, Miss .Maria McLane, Miss Maria
r.aylts. Mrs Li/., r McDonald, Mrs M s
Bennett. Mrs Jane McVer, Miss Nellie
Brown, Mrs W il Mott, Miss Nellie
Churchill, Mrs Mary 2 Mum u^h, Mrs Jennie
Clark, Mrs li Frank Meyer, M;: wmu
Clark, Ella ( i «>'j;. ef<, Mrs W
<'l.uk, Mtss Susie Peters, Miss Kmma
Conueily, Miss Birdie l'o .veil, Mrs William
Conrad, Mrs Msfggle ltaw. Mrs li
Crowley, Miss Jennie Richards in, Mrs L V
Uorn, Mrs Jennie Redding, Franc- ■
Dowe, Mrs I) VV bhaw, -M:s Annie L
Driscol, Mrs Maggie Sheaf, Mrs M
Diinl ip, Miss orhiiu Bhner, Miss
Dusiuge , Miss Eimna Skinner, Miss ' aura
Kltter, Lizzie Smith, Miss Etta
Ev< us, Miss Maud St Harris, MissOiivian
l"ianc.s, Mrs M A Solrinha. Maria E
Handy, Mrs Haid Stewart, Mr*, urace
Qolban, Miss Maria Taylor. Mrs Charley
Gritee, Mr, C A Tallnian. Miss Uuby
UamptonTMrs L'tta 'Aterry,iarsCarrie
Harden, Mi>s Vioia-2 Toiand, Mn Ma :i ■
Herran, Mrs v Trapper, Mrs \\ tv
K< e,;;in, Mrs Mar in J Vrom, Mrs Man Q
Killoque, Mis, Neflie Waliace, Mrs Win VV
Kreiiu; 1. Mjcs Josie Watts, Mrs M X
Larry, Bliss Sadie Wesooti Miss ..oin
i arkin, Mrs F II Williams, Miss C
Leavor, Miss Virgte A Wileox. Mrs T E
Gontiv.iifn's List.
Atkins, TE Qustafton,E Ostrander, II
Anderson,!' W George, M J-;i
Bacegliif, Jno Halt, Cnas Farker.G
Barnard, JH Utuuilton, W Peterson X R
tt.EH Harris, Jus Payne, Hod
i.« h. Nelson C Rarris.HH Pre^ett chas
Beeman,Joe Henry, W A Ueid. Xli
r..:lKi.i)e, ii H.aiy.j.e Kivera.Frank
Buchanan,!^ <i Hutlow, WII Eichardi on (IT
i-ownian, jnu Hull, Cw BoblnsonEO
■s, t'ij Jahnaon,C Etoosoo .);■<
./ Jensen, J J Bobson, Jas L
CantrelLDß Kalhan,JH Kustan J J
Church, li Kesgan, I has Balwcoi, J W
tiaiK.jasC Kelly, John Kuitx riord,.) L
<1 .eland. II Keunan,C Russell Master
Coae,W V Keuss« r. Fred EII
Coonrad, .1 W Kimoerly.fi M H as, a B
Conneas, \V X LantuAUieE-2^cott, Fred
i, j a Lamoert. L> Bempte, c D
Uooke, John LuFontaln, D Strvio, Joaz
00 <i>< r, Chas Larson, A Bbaw, John
I Cousins, B Lawsou,J Beagwlck,C
Cuhvell, JII Leatherow, R Bummers J T
. c E-;j Leaeh,Oscar Bhultx, KM
Uavis. Jno L Levy, Mr Shoui>. Adam
1 arts, J.-is A Lest«r, X 8 BkUlman, E
Jj.t vis, WII Lucy. T Hniith, F W
Uay.DrßF Lynn, l; Bmith.Jll
UeHavene t L-6 MrDcn.ild, J Smith, Chas
DeFieness, H A-^ s:-«e.is, H
Doolinf, LU Marling, RH Becuar/A
DonneUy, Jas McKay, .;ai H BouthwelLSß
Dunne, tl on Mcg,uicl<, WB i< 11. C A
James L Mck:nnon, C Tyler. .Sr N A
Elvin, Wll Miller. Jno E Tj ter, Sai
Emerald, Cap Miller, Jno W Tbowi aoi s H
Kagg, Qoo \v Miller, W n Thompson, C
Fletcher, l" A kilUer, 1-' 1) Vance, Jno J
Plynn, James Milknck, Ewd Way, 1J X
Franklin, J 15 Meadows, J W \\. kt a E-3
French, Geo Murphy, M Weitoreoht,O I
Gardner, »J McCue, PF WeianLJoe
Qardner, J8 Norman, a Wliiliiijfton.Jß
Garland, W J Nunnelly, W Wusel, H c
GrtgsOy, X L Owens, Will \ouul-, X H
Grinith, II II O'llern. I'at
Fnmljtii
Jose TeixeiradeSouza All Joe Angano Ca-
Angelo Andreuecetti peUi
Manoel Domingas IV- \Vm Zi^nezo
retra Manuel Victornio
Maiiu i J BahUM Lima
Glorgia Marincovico Anioate Terravino
ConnoUo Luigi
Mi saUaneoos. I
U S DeUctive Ass"n-2 Eureka Publishing
Watson A: BteVettS I !".;«>.'
J. o. colkmax. Postmaster.
The Best External Retnedy.
S. J. Tidwell, Haley's, Marion County,
Ala., writes:
"Aij,c(ici;'s Ponous Plasti:rs are a
most invaluable household remedy. They
do all that is claimed lor them. I sell
many hundreds every year, and every
day I hear of their curing coughs and
colds, diseases of the spine, liver and
ague cake ; in fact, there is no disease that
can be reached by an external application
that they do not cure."
Beware of Imitations and do not be de
ceived by misrepresentation. Asic for
Ai.i.» (iik's. and let no solicitation or ex
planation iuduco you to accept a substi
tute.
AlibOOOC'fl Cowai and Bckxom Shields
effect quick and certain relief.
MwillHUi In Iluy Fever.
Dr. Lennox Waiawright writes to tho I
British Medical* Journal that he has
found menthol of great service in hay
River. It acts best when placed in an or
dinary Hnellinff-bottle mixed with car- j
Donate of ammonia, and used as smelling j
sjxlts. Patients say that ali irritability |
disappear11, and in many cases they xvl
no return of the symptoms.
>•> _
For Corns nnd Wnrts.
A mixture of one part each of lactic and |
salicylic acid in eight parts of collodion,
fas recommended as an excellent applica
tion to warts or corns, effecting their re
moval in a short time.
■+-
Toronto proposes to have a regiment
uniformed In Scotch kilts.
rr— ~~"=
Ivvll 1 idLy
To Itself in many important partieulara. Hood's
B 1 BHfHriAi is diiTerent from and superior to any
other medicine.
3'culiar in combination, proportion and prep,
aration of ingredients, nood's Sarsapariila pos
sesses the full curative value of tho best known
remedies of the vegetable kingdom.
Peculiar in its medicinal merit, Hood's Parsapa
rilla accomplishes cures hitherto unknown.
Peculiar in strength and economy- Hood's Sap
sa;i..ri:ia is the only medicine of which can truly
bo said, '• 100 doses one dollar." Medicines In larger
and smaller bottles require larger doses, and do
not produce as Rood results as Hood's SarsaparilU.
leculiar in its " good namo at home " — there U
rcoro of Hood's Sarsapariila sold in Lowell, where
it Is uiado, than of .ill other blood purifiers. j
Peculiar in its phenomenal record of gales
tines* no other preparation has ever attained
such popularity in so short a time. Do not be in
duced to take any other preparation, l'c sure to get
Hooci's Sarsaparil!:*
Sold by all druggists. $1 ; six for f!5. Prepared only
by C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothccanes, Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses C.ie Pillar _
SACBAMJEyTO DAILY EECORD-UyiOX, MONDAY, OCTOUIIK 5, I«UI.—SIX PAUES.
C* ©♦ gitttment.
C. C. LINIMENT.'
TESTIMONIALS.
t n t«. San Francisco, September 20, 1889.
ty,«c/ r^ ATE T K« Pr°Prietor Bodine Stables, Mission street, says of the C. C. Liniment; A
most excellent Liniment; consider it the best on the market. You have not said hall enougt
in its lavor.
,p T , r, _. T San Francisco, August 8, 1889.
ihe <_„ C. Linijiknt Co.—Gents: I have used C. C. Liniment in my fumilv, and can give i>
my unqualified indorsement as an article of tne hisrhest merit and efficacy.
A. G. JSHEAIIAN, S6D Market street, San Francisco.
~ T „ ~ T San Francisco, September 20.1889.
itie C. C. Liniment Co., S. F.—Gents: I have used your C.C. Liniinentin my (amiiy.asd
consider it an article of the highest merit. 1 most cheerfully recommend it as a household
remedy. \v\ D. GARLAND, Equitable Li!e Ins. Co., 405 Montgomery street, a. F.
_ _, _, _ San Fkancisco. August 9,1559.
tut, (.. LiTnimext Co.—Gents: AHer usuie all other remedies for Rheumatism without
enect, my mother was cured by the use of one oottle of your C. C. Liniment. It l> a trulj
wonderful medicine. I am, very truly yours,
ZE.NO MAUVAIS, Music Dealer, 709 Market street, S. F.
_ __ _ San Francisco, August 2G, 1889.
Jj nE ."■ Liniment Co., S. F.—f rents: Thn udder of one of ir.y cows became incamed and
paaiy swollen. I used all ordinary remedies without doing any good. ! then apuikd C. C.
Lilnunentrtne innammation began 10 subside at once, and in twenty-four hours the caw was
entirely well. The C. C. i.iniri;cnt has my indorsement as a valuable Liniment lor iiairymeu
and farmers. Yours truly, Clf AS. LLLIS, Highland 1 ark.
_ __, San Francisco, September 20,1889.
TiikC. C. Liniment Co., R. F.—Gents: I cannot sufficiently express my gratitude for the
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ing u^jn thai it seemed almost, impossible to save its Ute, but the C. C. Liniment gave ulinost
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it lor untamed udder with my cow with the most gratifying success. I heartily recommend it
us a valuable remuuy for horsemen and dairymen. 1 woolu not be without it. W. HENRY.
_, San Fhancisco. September la, 1889.
The C. C. Liniment Co., S. F.—G< nts: Last week 1 my bands severely burne<i by tear
in?: on some burning drapery. An application ot your c. C. Liniment took the tire out ai once.
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San FuANftsco, Septcmbc-r 20, "SS9.
jhec. c. i.iNijiENxC'o., s. F.—Gents; I have been troubled with Hoftcomsforagreal many
yoars, and could Una nothing that would hcip me. I got a bottk at O. C. Liniment, tninking
it would afford n;e some relief. Alter msing it for two weeks tijc corns c.une o.:t, rc.oisand yll.
I can recommend C. C. Liniment as tht linest remedy Tor Ihc care of corns that 1 have asea.
F. J. LEASE. Manufacturer of the celebrated Adjustable Buatto."
_ __ _ Fbawctsop, September 18.1889.
The C. C. Liniment Co-8. F.—Gents: I had an attack of rheumatisai ;> short time ago,
and one bottle of your C. C. Linimcni. elfected a compk tc cuhj. Yours, respectfully,
T. CLII'FOKI), 330 «« street, City.
__ __ San FKANfjsro. June 18.1^8.
Mn. \.. If. Bon;;, :?17 Bakti,ktt Stp.-.i:t. San Franciso,-—My Dear Sir; We have used
yourCC Liniment for a severe ease of rheumatism with the beat of results, and would reo
om mend it hiyJily to others. Yours truly.
ARNOLD BB0&, Cash Grocers, 91G Vahncia street.
San P&AKCIBCO, July 3,1H •
Mn&J. Woodman, 228VJ Nineteenth strcot, between Missfoa and Capp streets, says:
"Your c. c Liniment is the best I have ever used, and 1 recommena it as an excellent lini
ment to always keep In the house lor the relief anc cure of pain."
„ ,„ . BAK FBASeciSCO. Jr.ly S, 1888.
Mr. a\ . 11. Bonk, 317 Bartlett street. Ban Francisco—-Dear sir: i have been trorbicd with
rheumatism o.T and on .'or si.\ years. Have never iwsed anything t.'.ut baa don< tue so much
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«outd not stand crcec, was bent over so badly thai i had io use a eaue :■• assist me In waLiing;
out _in less tru.n two days aiter I conHnenoeu using your C. C. Linlmeut I could stand ereoi
without pain, and now after using it a wte.i l gel around and do my work without any
trouble, i shall recommend it to all as the most valuable remedy 1 have ever used. I am,
very truly yours.
MRs. P. J. LAUGHUN, 601 Twenty-first Btraet. beUvoen FoteOflft and Harrison.
**- >\ c would advuu tiiose suflering from rheumausm to go and see Mrs. HamgftH"
at the uLcne address, ami tbey will be fully convinced oi the wouderful ouraUvc i ro» r -e> o)
\he c. c. Uniment.
„ T , Bax Fcakczsco. July 6,1888.
Mk.s. Knoix, 813 Shotwcll street, between Twenty-second :>n<i Tn euty-tnlrd,sai s: "Have
Os=ed your c. C. Limment and found it a moat excellent remedy :< r pain. *l glaaly recommend
tt to others. *
„ _ Han Fi'.ANCT.si-o, July «, lfi
_ Mns. JicNNri: McDotroAi-, S2O Seventeenth r-trcet. between Valencia and Mission, says:
xourc. C. Liniment takes effect quic& r, and does more s;ooc!, than anything ol the kind that
I have ever used.
i.7 tit, -^ SAN Fkahcisoo,CaL,JnlyB,lBBB.
w. h. Uonk, Rsq., 317 Eartlrtt slrcet,San Frandsco— My Dear Sir: About two months
ago I dislocated my left ankle, at the Rame time breaking oncoftbe .-t-.all bones in my leg; I
used several thinss fora month without receiving much benefit. I then commenced us
your Camphor Chloral Liniment; applying It the Ural time in the evening. The relief from the
severe pun;was almost Instantaneous, ana the next morning, for the Brst time, 1 <-ouUi put
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that 1 have ever used. I can very trulyyours, D. VEBVALIN,
__ T , Produce and Commission Merchant, -':.';; Clay street.
«^T- If j or. want to know just how much Mr. Vervalin thinks of tho C. C Liniment lo und
set- him.
„ ... TT _ _ Saw Frawcisoo, June 6,1888.
-■«*> . ,n-EoXE- :No-317 bartlett street, s. F.—My Dear Bir On the afterncon ol May
ml w.h Pett:n« on the ears at Bt cd's Station, Marin Coonty, i tell over an ototrcetlon and
surrerod a severe dislocation of my left hip. Alter It was set f suffered severely for two days,
not being able to move my limb, or sutler it to be moved by my nurse with >i tgreat pain ' I
then commenced using your c.c. Liniment, which gave me Immediate relief, and at theex
piratlon Of three days I could turnover In bed without a.-si.-t.-.n.c tind without caln. I can say
tiu.t it :s tt o best Liniment I have ever used, gtvingrelief sooner tnanacv other,andalthough
l use l|constantly and with the gn ate 5 t benciit. it d<»e.s not blister a'Bartlcle, which is tome
iTr'iT i Clinn^. l (i'a-v. °* .olher Uniments. lam Improving erery day, and f.end you this testi
ii??L' trV'\ tln5 '"■'■' ll muv iudure others who may be suirerln- to use the C. «:. Liniment,
witli the wish that it may help them as much as it has me. lam very truly yours
MRS. A. S. PAL] B, -No. l\io Fair Oaks street.
KIRK, GEARY & CO.. AGEXTS FOR SACRAMENTO.
f^PSg^XO-ELY'S CREAM BAL&l-Cieanso-. the N»w.ia&&^THETWgi
l*^E^ k^J";S3wmel'«^^»sr«-'S. Allayn Pain aud Inflammatior., UeaJeJ*^ «' ;E F rt t \^l
C^r Sores, ItcbtoTo.; Taste ntul Smoil, Rag J A!. u _r *i'f fN^''^T*"' * ARqVVv*
'^k. J&wT Itelicf at once for Cold in ilend. E'^^V^^^
P|> f^fflhp m/ff ft at.,' Apply into the Sostrils. It ia Quickly Absorbed. Kjß?«r^-'5?-V''\J-:v
""^*^^Jjß^!a We' L'ru^is^ or by mail. UA*r.KOS.,6u V»'arrenot., ?-ifesr KC^!> > ;1-
PI W^ && BP> V/iLLIAMS 1 !^DBA^9 PILE OINTiVIrINT
a £$ X 1 will cr-re Blind, }>lco(iing:j:udltchinj.-PilP3. It absorbs tbo
% V tumors, a)lays the itching at once, acts as a poultice, pivea
S5» ipgg instant relief. Prepared only for Pilos and Itchinjr of the
privato ;>arts. Every box is warranted. Judtre Coons, of !
$ '$. Wi S m ays *ille i X- V., says: "Dr. Williams' Indian Pilo Oint- i
4 rysiy, W-cm %,]& ir.ent cr.rorinc after years of suffering;" Boldbydxogsiats
fb, luMii taZfl scntibymcll on receipt of prica 50 cents und ?lluo per' box.
For Sale at JOSEPH HAHN & CO.'S, Dni<™ists, Fifth and J Sts.. Sacramento.
= —~
jr%£?\ W*s C-nch'Esrcß's Ekgush, red Cross Diamond Brand A
y? ¥M W% H^¥ h\\ & \ \\% VS> /#vs
JT\ SicT i^^ TWE ORIGINAL AND GENUIHC. Th>- cnly Mnfo. »nrr. sni rrWVPi! or —1- \v-/"'
w«j rift I-n^'ou. Dna(M f..r ''M'i.ii-n EnijlitH Piamomd Brand in IJod Mxl OWrfß)3faUlfl \if
fQ kuumbdvlUUMriVm, T*ln— artier Mm*. >■ ■■■ <■ SubttUutimu «« imUattmu. V^
— -~r s«id -j- nil Land urt&;:»i». mj£JCMUfSS£rrSr
■ ' I
LATE DECISIONS.
Throo Appealed Gases Determined by
the >u;>!-«'ino Court.
The following Supreme Court opinions i
were filed on Saturday in the Deputy
Clerk's office in this city:
Alfred CMsen (appellant) vs. c. A.
Lovell. Theplaintifl brought the action
in Sacramento County to compel Lovell
to perform a rerisiin eoßtnet lor -.he a n
vfyauce of land. The defendant de
murred on the genera] ground of want of
facts, and also on certain special grounds.
The demurrer was sustained, and judg
ment rendered for the defendant
The plaintiff then appealed, but the
Supremo Court affirms the judgment
A SAN lOAQUUi ( V-l .
C. ('•. "Waildns (appellant) vs. M. K.
Bryant, J. s. Davis, -' -• •: t » Tully,B. 1".
Langtord, K. JO. Wiihoit, Charles
Bemert and L. B. Wi!k. -. The -■.;it was
brought in San jo&quin Cour.iy over the
possession of a oouplo of nermissory
note.-. The judgment of the lower court
is affirmed.
!Ki!AMA btA.SE RETSSSBD.
W. 11. Worley (appellant) vs. Robert
Ncthf-roott. This suit ■was brought in
Tehama County, and involved Iheqoes'
Uon iis to whetiier or not a title was per
fect. The judgment of the lower court is
reversfd, ami the caose remanded for a
new trial.
-» ;-
Substitutions oi wch-kdowh adver
tise<l articles soein to be the order of the
day. We deem it only justice to our
patrons to warn our readers against this
form of piracy. When you want an
article, ask your merchant or druggist for
it and don't accept a substitute.
ORDINANCE E 285.
Amending Section i, cf Ordinance No. 254,
Entitled "An Ordinance delating to Awn
ings in the City of Sacramento, and Pro
viding what kind of Awnings may be
erected within certain limits."
THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE
City ot Sacramento do ordain a* follows:
S!.<tion 1. The boundaries mentioned in
S<ction 1 of Ordinance No. 2^4 are hereby
changed t4> read as lollaws: Commencing on
tin north line <>t I steest, at the alley between
Front and Second street*-, extending'alonjr the
north line of I street to the east line of Sixth
stntt; thence along the cost line of Sixth
street to the alley between I and Istttoets;
thence along wild alley to the east line of
Thirteenth street; thence along the east line
01 riiirteenth street to the alley between X
and L stveets; thence along said alley to a
DOtnl 160 feet west of the west line of
Second street; thence northerly to the place
of beginning.
Skc. 2. This ordinance hhall take effect from
and after its passage.
Passed September 28,1891.
W. D. COMSTOCK,
President Board of Trustees.
J. D. Young, Clerk. se3O-lot
CALIFORNIA STATEIaNIT
AND SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
SAC KAMKNTO. CAL.
Draws Drafts on Principal Cities of the World, ;
SAILIIPAY HOUIIS, 10 A. M. TO 1 P. M.
oriiCEiis:
President „ N> D . rideoiti
'President fhed'K cox
Cashier : \ \i>uoT-f j
Assistant Cashier W. E." GERiiEK '
DIUECTORS:
C. W. Cr.AHK, JO6. STEFFKXS,
01.0. < . PZBXUra, FUKD'K (JOX,
N.D. Bmsoirr, N -uma:: Kiukout.
m W. E. Qkkbck.
SiCRiHENTO fiiNK,
Tjfr: OLDEST BAVINQS IiXSK IX TUB 'l
city, corue:- Filth and J str«ots. Sacra
mento. QUarantced <apital. $500,000- jaid
up capital, sold coin, faOO.OOO; loans on real I
oatate In California, July j, 1 S01 t 88,106.408; '
term and ordinary dep<-, : ;:t^, July l, 1>,91, I
93,022^31. Term nnd o;«**nury deposits ro- .
wived. Dividends paid in January und July. >
Money loam 1 upon real r«Hate only, in for*
matron furnished upon application to
W. l\ v OLilian, President.
Ed. U. HAMiLioy, Cashier.
NATIONAL BANK OF D. 0. MILLS & Ca j
Sacramento, Cal.—rounded ISSO.
Saturday hours 10 a. M. to 1 v. X. I
DTKE(TOKS AND SKAKKHOLBKKS.
D. O. BULLS 1,038 Shares |
ELHiAK MILLS, President 1,538 Shares :
S.PRENTISS SMI ill, Vice-Prcs. 250 Shares :
FKANK MILLER, Cashier 30l Shares
C. F. DILLM AN. Asst. Cashier.. 120 Shares
Other pei sous own l,l9B*Sharcs
Capital and Snrplns, $000,000.
*3-Chrome S.eel Sale Deposit Vault and
Tlma Lock.
farmerTand mechanics^avings bank
Southwest corner Fonrth and J
•Streets, Sacramento, Cal.
Guaranteed Capital $000,000
T OANS MADE ON REAL ESTATE. IN*
Ij terest paid somi-annually on Term and
Ordinary Depoalta.
B. IT ST.EINMAN... President
EDWIN K. ALSII* Vic-e-Presideut
D. D. WHITBECK _ Cashier
C. H. CUMMINQfi Secretary
JAMES M. BTEVENSON „ Survejor
j>ii:kctor3 :
B. U. steinmajt, EnwiN X Alsip,
C. H. Cummxkgs. W. E. Terry,
801. Runyon, James McNasskb,
Jas. M. Stevenson.
CROGKER-¥OOLWORTir NITIONAL BANK,
332 Pine Street, Snn Francisco.
PAID 0? CAPITAL, 11,000,000. SURPLUS, $250,000.
directors:
CHARLES CROCKER.. E. H. MILLER Jn
R. C. WOOLWORTH rrcsidont
W. H. BROWN Vice-President
W. K. CROCKER Cashier
I7SOR THE INTERIOR OF CALIFORNIA
' tlio RECORD-UNION is the best toaiver-
Use v i •
CAPAY VALLEyT~
The Earliest Fruit Land in the State.
Equal in All Respects to the Famous Vaca Talk, Will X Adjoins.
U]NrFE.H;cE;r)E;]NrTH;iD terms, '
3> INTEREST ONLY FOR FIVE YEARS AX 7 PER CENT.^Q
Capay Valley is situated in Yolo County, about 9O 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 I Too much stress cannot be laid uoon the great ad
most lertilc lands in this oeautiful valley upon terms which 'vantage to the fruit-grower of being in early locality,
enab.e the purchaser to pay for the land out of its own In most cases it makes the difference between succcs?
product, viz: Interest only tor five years at 7 per cent, and failure. The industrious orchardist of Capay Valley
Ihe only condition imposed is, that a reasonable pro- may rest assured that he will derive all the benefits gained
portion of the land purchased shall be planted to fruit by the fast fruit shipments of the season, and that 20
trees or vines. Land may be bought without this acres of this rich land, when the trees are in bearing
condition on payment oi 20 per cent, cash and re- will yield a handsome and assured income
maining So per cent, at the end of five years, with in- The Capay Valley Land Company lias an agent re
erest annually in advance, at 7 per cent. The various siding in the valley, whose duty it is to show the various
tracts owned by the Capay Valley Land Company have tracts to land seekers.
been subdivided into 10 and 20-acre lots, which are for Four townsites have been laid out in different points
sale atprices varying from $50 to $150 per acre Simi- in the valley, viz: Esparto, Cndenasso, Guinda and
tar unimproved land in \ aca V alley has recently been Rumsey. Town lots may now be purchased at reason
sold at $400 and $500 per acre. able prices and on easy terms.
lhese Capay Valley lands are under the most favor- The enterprising and flourishing town of Esparto is
ab.e climatic conditions ior the prosecution of profitable situated at the lower end of the valley, and $125,000
frait growing, and the locality has proved itself to be worth of substantial buildings have already been erected,
one of the earliest m the State. The -rape crop of IS9O including a fine four-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.
theFresno County grapes were ripe. Th? town has a postoffice, school-house and a weekly
Ihe railroad passes through all of the tracts owned by paper, and the fine railroad depot contains telegraph
the Capay \ alley Land Company, thus insuring excel- and express offices.
lent shipping facilities ; and land may now be purchased Postofnces have alse been established at Guinda and
in the immediate proximity ox cither of the following Rumsey. This latter place, situated at the head of the
stations : Capay, ( :;.knasso, Surrey, Guinda, Sauterne, valley, is the present terminus of the railroad. The
Cashmere or Rumsey. comfortable little hotel makes excellent quarters fo»
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 The advantages enjoyed by the settler in Capay Val
be seen, and during the coming 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
sarrs made by the company was that of the Tancred crop.
Ir.vCt, containing 600 acres, to a colony association. A soil and climate which will ripen all kinds of fruit
1 his tract has been subdivided into forty holdings, all of and vegetables earlier than anywhere else in the State,
which will be planted to fruit trees this season. A 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 cheapei
pect to make their earliest shipments iron; here. and on better terms than anywhere else in the State.
FOR MAPS AND ALL INFORMATION REGARDING THE CAPAY VALLEY LANDS,.
Fourth and Townsend Streets. - SAN FRANCISCO.
fSeal ©state, <&tc.
A RARE OPPORTUNITY
Good Agricultural Land for $10
to $2O per Acre.
The Pa-Mflc Improvement Company has re
cently purchased twilvo thousand oi
kind in thehra-t of Tohama County, for the
porpose of promoting subdivision and settle
ment. This land embraces lands froni rirst
<!:i!..s Baetaacnto Valley agrteoltiua] land, to
land of lair average quality, and is offered at
from SlO to §20 i eracie, in Bubdivi>iu:is oi
■10, 80, l^ JO, 160 and :S2O acres.
Tho terms upon wnkh those lands are oflV red
arc csprclally attractive. They will bo sold in
(mbdlvlstons, U at.ovo indicated, hy the \ a\
nient of imerest only lor three years, at which
time th<- purchaser oao be,'in th^ payment oi
prlndpaJ by paying tho flr.u ot live equal an
nual installments. Thus no r,;.rt of tl:e prin
cipal is lobe paid for thr«>o years, and then
the purchaser is to have five years In which to
pay five equal annual tnitallmmf t. With in
terest at tho rate Of 7 par cent, per annum,
making paynunts exfer.din« over a period of
eisht yean. Intending pOW*aa«i are as
sured that tiiis Ik an opj ortunity to purchase
land of fiti ravora^o quality at $10 pa u-iv.
and good agricultural land at $l»0 an acre,
with other grados of land at prices to corre
spond between these figures.
Tho assertion is treqiieutiy made that good
lands, suitable for ge«i«.'ral farming, and es
pecially aJapied for fruit-growing, cannot be
had in California for le-s ihnn lrom SGO to
•100 an acre. An examinuiion of the land
subject of this advertisement will prove to
home atakcri that tiiis !s an opportunity for
the purchase of good ajrieoMnxal land at $20
an acre, and for qualities gnrtUng down to lair
aqpricnlt ial land at .$lO an acre, on terms of
payment which should make the dir,positioii
of th >se lands to actual settlers a result easy of
accompli.shmp'.it.
TiK primary object of the purchase of this
body of '.and 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-
WM. H. MILLS,
Land Agent of the C. r. R. R., Fourth nnd
Townspiul stroots. Sun Krancisco. Cal.
EBNER BROS.,
11C-118 X Street, Front and Second,
Sticramento,
TMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL-
I its in Wine« and Liquors. Agents for the
celebrated Pomiuery and Greno Cnampagne.
M. CRONAN,
230 X St., nnd 1108-1110 Tnird St.,
Sacramento, Cal.,
TMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER
X in Fine Whiskies, Brandies and Uhani-
Pagne. ,
MICE TO WELL-BORERS
QEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE-
O ceived by N. M.Orr, Secretary of the Board
ot Directors of the State Asylum for the In
sane at Stockton, at his office, 209 Channel
street, until 9:30 o'clock a. m.,
Friday, October 9, 1891,
For boring a well for gas on the grounds of the
StaU? Insane Asylum at Stockton.
The specifications for said well and the
terms and conditions upon which bids will be
received and a contract let tor performing tho
said work may be obtained by addressing
N. M. ORR, Secretary, Stockton.
Stockton. Cal.. SeuU-mber 8.1691. seg-td
.NOTICE OF STREET WORK-No. Ills.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
1 that the Board Of Trusties of the City of
Sacramento, on the 14th day of September,
1891, adopted ;i resolution of its intention to
oilier the fallowing street want to be done, viz.:
Tluii tightli street n-om the south line of E
street to the north line of o street, be
linproveu by gradiag ami graveling to the
official grade, constructing cobble gutterways,
redwood curbing and granite crosswaUcs at
the street and alley crossings, with redwood
culverts at the Intersection of F streot.
For further particulars reference is hereby
in; di; to said resolution on file m the office of
the street t 'oMii'.iissioner.
ttecramento, September 2i», 1891.
WM. MCLADUHLIN,
Street Commissioner of the City of sorra
mento. se3o-t;t
NOTICE OF STREET \VORK-Xo.iOa
T)UBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
1 that the Board of Trustees of the City of
Haoramento, on the l-lth day of September,
1891, adopted ■ resolution of its intention to
order the loltowlng street work to be done, viz:
That Eighth street, from the south line of E
street to the north line of (i street, be im
proved by grading; and macadamizing to the
oiticial grade, constructing redwood curbing
and hand laid basaltgutterwayj with redwood
culverts at the Intersection of V street.
Fir further partlcnlan reference is hereby
made to said resolution on lile in tne office
i»i the BtXeet Commissioner.
Sacramento, tteptembex 29,189 X.
WM. MrLAI'iiHI.IN,
Street Commissioner of the City of Sacra
li. onto. seoO-f.t
NOTICE OF STREET WORK—No. 109.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the Hoard of Trustees of the City of
Hacramento, <>n the 21st day of September,
Ib9l,adopteda resolution of it.s intention to
orui r the following street work to be done, viz.:
That a sewer be constructed in the alley be
r.vt □ N and t > strejf in said city, from near
the west line of Tenth street to near the center
line Of Ninth street, of vitrkled ironstone pipe
eif^iu (8 Inches in diameter.
For further particulars reference is hereby
made to said resolution on tile in the office of
tlie street Commissioner.
Sacnunento, September 29, 1891.
wm. Mclaughlin,
Street Commissioner of the City of Sucra
menta. _^ se3O-6t
NOTICE OF STREErWORK—No. UO.
PURLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the Board of Trustees of the City ot
.SticvKniento, on the 21st dny of S<'pteniuer,
1891, adopted a resolution of its intention to
order the lollowing street work to be done, viz.:
That Fourteenth street from th- south line of
O street to the north line of P street, be im
proved by grading and graveling to the official
grade, eonbtruettng redwood curbing and till
ing behind the same tor a width not to exceed
eight (8) feet, and constructing Oregon pine
plank crosswalks at the alley crossings.
For further particulars reference is hereby
made to said resolution on file in the office of
the Street Commissioner.
Sacramento, September 29.1891.
WM. Mt LAUGHLIN,
Street Commissioner of the City of Sacra
mento. se3o-6t
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