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COMMERCIAL.
The Week Opens With a Firm Wheat!
Market at San Franciscoi
Barley Also Firm, "With an Advance
In Feed, Which Is Scare© and
In Demand.
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec. 80th.
The week opened with a firmer Wheat mar
ket locally and prices tending upward, with
considerable encouragement from Chicago
and abroad; the eyport movement has been
quite brisk; a cargo of '.*5,000 centals down
from Port Oosta to-day for shipping. Barley-
Is firm and advanced lor feed, which is scarce
and in demand. A fair inquiry for Oats, with
a firm market: to-day's receipts were lighter.
Quite a lot of corn in to-day; market inactive
and prices weak.
Sweet Potatoes are firm and scarce. Day
and river Tomatoes do not sell; a few Los
Angeles selling at $1 per box. Green Pass
and String l:ea::s lrom Los Angers are in
light supply and higher. Asparagus sold
Klowly and was lower, although not plentiful.
Not much doing in California Poultry to
day; Turkeys were doing better. A car of ;
Kasteru Poultry on the market to-day and
sold for §6 SOtglG for hens, 14 50*0 lor fry
ers and $5 5006 for young roosters. Game
still goes siowly; receipts were quite heavy;
being about lift sacks.
Produce Quotations.
FLOUR—Net cash prices for Family Kxtras,
f3 50^3 60; Bakers' Lxiras, $3 oo®3 40;
buperune, $2 60(9 ~ 7 5 V- obi.
WHEAT—Shipping Wheat is quoted at
$I@l 25 V ctl ior No. 1 and §i O2^, lor
choice. Willing Wheat, $1 u7>»®l 12> a .
UAHLEY—reed, lair lo good, ti7i*io>bfc \jC;
Choice, 70c; lirewiuy, 7.">cg,Suc.
OAT'S—-Milling, 7O#7scmctl; Surprise Do@
97>ic; Fancy J- eea, tiuigjsoc; good to choice,
67> s <ts;-uc; j-oor to lair, o7j a ajbsc; Black, for
aeeu $1 10-ifcl 30; Gray, ooifl>7sc %t ctL
COXN—Large Sfellow, bO^s^'.jC; Small I'el
iow, 82> 2 ®ssc Vcti; W hue, sc®asc.
Ki'E—7., 1 2 ii6Oc*<.'tl.
BUCKW ii LA 1 —:siiiSse $ctl.
MIDDLINGS-slß^2l %« ton.
BKAN—!fil^©lo 50 %( ton.
GHOUNK BAliLEY—sl6^l6 % tou.
HAY — Wlieat, ?>B(tf.l2 ,0u; Wheat aud Oat,
f7 50® 11 sO;Oat, ?i0 50®lO, Alfalfa, fG<& !
b 50; Barley, STio/.' 00; Clover, *i6(a>7 su;
Compressed, $0 Outfll; Slock, $s(m(i 6u t*
ton.
STRAW—36@OOc » bale.
HOPS—4(^oc * tb.
BEAKS—liuyos, $1 10&1 15; Butter, $1 50
<aI bU; Pink, feint 1 15; Kea, $1 Juiil 6OJ
Lhiiu, $2 50©'-! oi>; Pea, &0«l 75; nmali
Wliile, *1 4#«i»l 60; Large W Lite., $1 10*
1 Liv; Biuckeye, .«1 ~. bt&l 'JO; tttd Kidney, :
§1 75®1 yo; llorsv.^l 3001 70*»ctl.
Potatoes — Seiiuaa Buroaoka, oo^soc v
ctl; Kiver Burbauks, 30^30c >t sack; Oregon
Burbanks, ioio-ouc %t <';». Ulver Beds. 35^4u<
%i ctl; Early Hose, ou®ouc ctl; SWtet Po- i
tatoes, i2iai2 2o v ctl.
ONlOlfi —su^: 5c ctl for Caliiornla; ore
gou, 75ttf soc ft ctl.
\ EGEi AbLKS—Cream Squash, 20®25c f* :
box; Tomatoes, Siring Beuns, loi&
1 Green J eas, 6©scf» ft>; iirceu i'cpptrs, ;
2&050 C* box; Carrot*, 30q$4uc; Cabbage,sOc !
y ctl; Garlic, -i^^by^c ft tit; Dried Peppers j
b(^lOc V 2>; Alushrooius, Jvc ft lb; jJar- ;
ro.viai Squash, *b©y V* ton; ilubbard i
t?iuu*h, §(Ja,b « toii, Asparagus, 10(a>15o
FRESH FRUlT—Apples—No. 1 grades, 000 i
<&$l t* box; common, 4Uy,'joc%t box; lancy,
%>1 2o<i^l 00; Lady Apples, T.ic lor small ;
boxes vim »1(&1 5O loi mrgo size. Cranber
ries, $>lO3>ll ft bbl. Grap>ea, 60 a 75c in boxes
aud 7 sc4J?l in crates, fears nominal. Per
simrnoUft, lu®7uc y box.
CITRUS I ■ i.L'lT—Mexican Limes, $5d5 50
S box; Caiiioriila Lemons, Sl©l 25 lor com
mon and *1 soc<*2 i>l>ox for good to choice,
and #2 su(i3 Tor lauoy; Caliiornia Oranges, !
70i&. ft box for seedlings; Navels,
■2 2bi/t'3 V box; Japauese Jlanuarins, HOcia •
tl lv t* box.
TBOFIOAL FRUlT—Bananas, fl 25©2 V
bunch; Pineapples, $d 5U(&5 %t Uozaa. Per- ;
sian aatt s. i«poc ft n>.
DRILL' FRI ITS—Following are the prices j
furnished by ihe San Francisco 1-rult Ex- ■
change. The tigures presented represent car- j
ioad lots. .Apricots, ftrm; Apple-, stea .y;
I ruoem, strong, especially ior iaryer »,..<">; :
IVacties, quiet. Apricots—Fancy Mo^rpark.--, •
luftfilcc cnoice, do, lee; laucy, '.i>,c; choioe,
lie; siuuuaiil, be; prUDe, ■ -a: Apples
Evaporated, 4J i <&sc; son-dried, 3^j,o j:.
Peaebeb—Faney, tc; choice, sc; standard,
prime, 4c. pe--.■ . in boxes, i~:iili;c. I
l'fcir»-i ancy, balves, 7c qaarten ti. l/ 2 c;
choice, «>«•; staauaiu, 6.; j.riuiu, -ic. Flnma—
I'.iteu, 4©l ,0 onpil . . Prunes
lour Sizes, 4c. •ticy, C'.^c;
<.-lio;ee, Oc; »taadard, ■■ . Be Fl^ 1-— \
White, choice, 3>j«>4c; Bla . ,
—lv carload ioi«, F. O. B. -.::. 1 ranclscj In I
FIVE BLOCKS!
Do You Know a Good Thing When You See It?
THAT NEW SUBDIVISION AT OAK PARK
Seems to be a good thing with us, as we have sold a number of lots even before the property wa^ subdivided.
Our maps and prices—and, speaking of prices, we are selling lots at much lower figures than have ever been
offered before at the Park.
_C~^ Some: at $I^s tPu_st sls a. Sta.rte^x.^^l3l
j A | N^ N 1*
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20 >-' Z M^^y
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This property comprises five blocks of the choicest land in OAK PARK, and divided in lots of 40x150 and
140x20. Get off the cars at the terminus of the electric railroad and there you are.
' We ask only a small payment down and no further payment required for one year should
purchasers improve. Easy installments thereafter.
f="OR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE
WISEMAN, 411 J Street, or W. H. COLLINS, Oak Park.
SACBAMENTO DAILY RECOBD-TJISttON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1895.
sacks or 50-fc boxe<: 4-c rowa loose, i>J^c; 3- I
crown, 2Ue 2-crown, 2(*ai^c; seedlesg Hul-
Unas, 3^<d4c; beedless Muscatels, 2 la#2 i l c;
dried grape*, 2,'. i e; S-crown London layers, ;
Ss#9oc box iv 20-B) boxes; clusters. $ t 35 :
<&L 50; Dehtsu clusters, $2 1002 26; Im
perial clusters. $2 GO.*2 75.
l:' "TTKK—Creamery—Fancy, 23©24 c: spe-
Clal brau Is, higner; seconds, 21(^22c. Dairy
—Fancy. 20^x;lc; ijood to choice; IS^ISc; I
lower grade*, lG®l7c. Pickled, nominal;
firkin, nominal,
UIEK-Jf-Fancy mild new. 9©llo; fair to
; gooa, T^Sc; Kasteru, 12©i3itc%»a-
E' .G.-s—u2<Bi2sc dczea for store and 27d |
31c for ranch; Eastern. 20®21c; fancy Last- '
i era, :.'^@^sc.
POOLTKY—Live Turkeys—Gobblers, 10# j
lie; Hen-, io-j*llc»fc; do, dressed, lltil-.! 1./;
«lb; Etoosisn, 94#4 50 for old and ?4 5u(§,5
\ lor youn-j; hroilers, $o@3 6u for small and ,
j §l@i 80 for large; liens, Vliffio; Ducks, *."> ;
j (oiC; Gees*, 91 ,'>o^l 76 V P^ir; Pigeons, *1 i
i dozen for old and $1 :j;><tfl 50 » dozen for :
: youu/.
G^ME-Ducks—Mallards, $2 50; Teal,
; 81: Sprig, $1 50; Widgeon, 75c@$l; small
! duck. 75c; i^uall, 90c(g»<>l: Gray Geese, sSx!®
1 2 00; White Geese, §I©l 25; Rabbits,
, 75c(fe$l 25; Hare, 75c; English rinipe,
: $2; common snipe, $1 25; Honkers, f 3 50;
j lirant, f 1 25®1 ou V dozen.

Meat Market.
Following are the rates lor whole carcasses
from slaugnterers to dealers:
BKtF-First quality. 5(^5> a c; second qual
ity, 4,'.,<£5c; thira quality, -i@4> 2 c fi 8).
VKAL—S©bc lor laige and G©7>- a o %t ib for
small.
.MUTTON—Wethers, o(a6> a c; Ewes, 4^®sc
! V-B>-
LAJIIJ-b@o},c*tb.
1' KK-Live Hogs, 3®3'-<c * * for heavy,
i 3 l 4 (^3;.x: for small and cS(s3>&c for feeders.
Eastern Grain Market.
-NEW YORK, Dec. 30th.
WHEAT—December, 06>ic; January, titfJic;
Murch, tiSJic; May, 06; H e; July, o<i>ic.
CHICAGO, Dec. 30th.
WHEAT—December, 5G> 4 c; May, sbJi<s.
SACRAMKMTO MABKET.
! Trade Moderately Fair in .Local Circles
Yesterday.
SACRAMENTO, Deo. 30th.
Business in Produce circles to-day, while
I not particularly active, was of fair propor
tions. Prices were unchanged.
Following are the retail rated lor the various
articles mentioned:
FLOIH-family Extras, $1 bO » lUO U>s;
90c * 50 Urn.
t Ki'ii—iJananas, 25@35c $ dozen; Limes,
10c; Lemons. 25c. Oranges—Seedlings, 15©
aoc fk dozen; Navels, 40(&: oc. Dates, 6c fi tit;
Apples, 3c -%■> lb; Cocoanui.>, loc each; Clan
berries, loc ft quart: i'lneupples, o'Oc each.
DAIRY. I'KUlil C£—huuer-Valley, 36c »
; roll, i-ancy Peialuma, ouc; fancy Creamery,
I 6uc; Picklfc, osc; Firkin, loe y. fi>. Cheese— I
, CaMornia, l*; a c y Jb; Younj> America, 16c; !
Eastern Creamery, 25c; Genuine Swiss, 40c;
! American Swiss, aOc; Martin's Creamery,
2uc.
POULTRY—Turkeys—Live Hens, 14c ;« tt>;
Live Gobblers. \4%c; dressed, 15c. Chickens
—lien*, tiOc each; Koosters, sOc; Broilers,
350. 'lame Ducks, 75c; Geese. $v ft pair.
EGGS—Uaueh, 30c f» dozen; Lastern, 250.
(iAME-Hare, 25c; Kubbits, 20c; Squirrels,
I 2oc; Quail, §1 5u *4 dozen. Ducks—Milliards,
■ 'oc V pair; Canvasbacks,,yuc; Sprig, i>oc;
i Teal, 25c; Widgeon, 30c; Gray Geese, 70c;
Brunt, 5Uc; Hiack, 40c.
STEXiKI'A BI .EH—OntonsL 2c %1 tt>; Bunch
Vegetabits, 12.' 2 c: Garlic, 10c $B; Lettuce, 3
for sc; Bay Le:tuce, 3 lor 10c; Tomatoes, 2c
V 3>i Green Peppers. 5c V Tb; Dried Peppers, \
20c %» Bt>; Havoy Cabbage, luc ft heuci; Sprouts, !
7c; celery, s£lOc %f head; Cauliflower, 10c ft j
head; Horse Raulsh, luo « ft»; Mushrooms, |
lUjil^c; Spinach, sc; Artichokes. 10c r rt>; ;
Cream SqUasLi, 3c t> tt>; Asparagus, \nja.
POTATOES—Kivers, ooc H~cwt; >almas
$1 25, Sweets, $1 JO.
MEAI>-Beet-Prime Rib Roast, 12%®15c; i
I Lola Steak, 12> 2 (&15c; Hump Steak, 10c;
| Chuck Hoaai, luc; Rump, »c; Brisket, Be;
■ Cnuck Steak, 10c Veal—Loiu and Kib Cuops,
15c; Koast Vtal, 12c. Mutton—L*.-g, li(g>
! 12> 2 c; Loin ana Uib Chops, 12>,c; .uuuun
, Stew, 8c; shoulder Chops, sc. Fork, « »12c
I * tt>. Corned Beet. B®l2>ic; .Sausage, 12>jc;
: Vienna , loc; liacon, B®l3^c; Ham
. 12 1.,©13!. c.
iIAV AND GRAIN—oat Hay, 55c $ cut; !
Wtieat, 55c; second quality, 00c; Aitaiia,
; new, second and third cutting, 65c; Wiioio ',
; Barley, 70c; Ground Barley, 90c; Feed oatt, I
; SluJl 25. Middlings, 95 ..■; Bran, 80c; Straw '
65c.
«
Literally Translated.
On visiting Ireland the great traveler '
Livingstone was much feted. In Dublin, ;
al a dinner party, be happened to be
placet) next to a literary lady, who was a
very Moat woman. Sue worried him
if really about tue language of the savage
cannibals among whom be had managed
to live, and wanted to know the sound of
their language, liespoks a sentence of
it to HUisfy her, and she answered, "Be
ing translated, what does that mean?" ;
"It means," he replied, " 'There is great
cutting on you.' "
BEND THE V. i-JEKLY UNION TO TOUR
friend.s .
m^^ulEUiiL LlUu 10 Uuuli.
In Broken Sizes.
If you can use them they are the cheapest goods you have
ever seen, quality and make considered.
LOT I—Boys' Dark Fancy Pattern $3 3O Kilt
Overcoat with cape; ages 4, 5 and 6.
Closing price, $1 45.
LOT 2—Youths' Dark Chinchilla $7 SO Over
coats with velvet collars; sizes 33, 34
and 35. Closing price, $3 75.
LOT 3—Boys' Dark Silk Mixed $8 Overcoats,
without capes, extra superior quality;
ages 5, 6, 7 and 8 years. Closing price,
$3 45.
LOT 4—Boys' All-wool Imported Scotch Chev
iot $7 50 Ulster Style Overcoat in gray
mixed colors. Closing price, $2 45.
LOT B—Boys' Heavy Union Cloth Plain Over
coat; ages 2, 3 and 4 years. 50c.
LOT 6-Men'^ Extra Fine $6 French Calf Boots,
custom made; sizes 5, ss, 7, 1\ and 10.
Closing prices, $4.
LOT 7—Men's Extra Heavy $3 50 and $4 60
Kip Boots; sizes 10, 11, 12 and 13.
$2 and $2 50.
LOT B—Boys' Fine Calf $2 6O Shoes, button
and hook and lace; sizes 11, 12 and 12$,
$1 25; sizes 3£, 4, 4*, 5 and 54, $1 50.
All our Gents' Fine Silk Handkerchiefs and
Mufflers and Ladies' Fine Embroidered Silk,
Linen and Cambric Handkerchiefs will be
sold at one-third discount from regular value
until after New Year's.
SAVE YOU SPARE CHANGE AND WATCH OUR AD.,
As we are preparing for a CLEARING SALE that will surpass
all others. It will consist of staple, desirable everyday and
Sunday goods. We want iBq6 entirely different from 189s as
we shall carry a much different line of goods, which will be
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods
and one of the largest and finest stocks of MILLINERY that
we ever carried, or any one else ever did in this city. Our
orders for Fine Trimmings, Laces, Gimps and Fine Flowers are
now being filled from Paris, Germany and New York. Also,
fine Paris styles in Lace Braid Hats. English Milans, Panamas,
Leghorns, in Walking Hats (after the style of Leghorns) and
Dress Shapes ior our spring trade.
Until our Clearing Sale is inaugurated, on all of our fine
Millinery in every line we will allow 20 per cent-discount from
our regular low prices.
THE RED HOUSE CO.,
J STREET. BETWEEN SEVENTH AND EIGHTH.
TGENCY DOUGLAS AND RENO CREAMERIES,
"^ Finest Butter and Cheese made, Santa Paula Seed
less Lemons, Havana Seed Oranges, Etc.
WOOD, CURTIS & CO.,
Packer*, Shippers. Wholesale Dealers California. Oregon and Nevada Produce, 117 t» iasJ St
HOTELS AND RESTAURANT?.
_==« _ ,^==
GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL,
Corner Seventh and X Strv>.t>.
STRICTLY FIKST-CLASS. I'KKK "BUS
to and from the cai s.
_______ I . TITUS. Proprietors. _
CAPITAL HOTEL,
S. W. Cor. Kanrt Seventh Sts., Sacramento.
CONDUCTS!) ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
Strictly lirst-ciass. Electric cars puss the
door every three minutes.
BLJCaaiNG .* GLTHRIE, Proprietors.
WESTERN HOTEL,
THE LEADING HOUSE OF SACRA,
mento,Cal. Meala,2scents. WM. land,
Proprietor. Free *Das to a id from I otel.
STATE HOUSE HOTEL,
Corner Tenth acJ X Sis., Sacramento.
BOARD AND ROOM, 91 Xo TO $2 FER
day. Meiils, 2f.
FIRST-CLASS. Free
'Bus to aud from hotel.
V. J. ELDER, Manager.
PACIFIC HOTEL,
CORNER X AND FIFTH STREETS. SAC
i;untnu>. Meal 9,26 cents. Nearest Hotel
j to Post and Express Offices ami Theaters,
Street cars pass the door erery three minutes.
1 Elegantly tarnished rooms in single or suites
Irom 50 cents to $1 per night.
___F. BJNGLETON, Proprietor._
THE SADDLE ROCK
RESTAURANT AND OYSTER HOUSE,
f^IRST-CLASS HOUSE IN EVERY RE
spect. Ladies'dining-room, separate. 1
day and night BUCKMANN & CARRA
tiHKK. Proprietors. No. 1019 Second street,
between J and X, Sacramento.
MINT RESTAURANT.
•^^ Second St., bet. X and L JSB/Sh
fl_|____^ The cheapest and l>eßt_s_Pf£'^.
26>eent meals In the city f I vftJh
; >fl - serve lat all hours, dvyv—'
or night. Oysters served in all styles. Prl-
I vate rooms for ladies and families. Parties
! served on short uotioe. :-ervice guaranteed.
j-'IIN KOVACiSVJCH, Proprietor.
MARCO'S RESTAURANT,
1 bird and J *>tr*»«»ts.
Ladies entrance on Third street. Open day
and night.
White Help From the Front Poor'0 the Alley.
CHOICE HOT CAKKS AND PL'KK VER
moot Maplo Syrup, witii :\ tragrant cup of
pure Mocha and Java Coffee, only 10c. Al
ways ntat, oiean ai; at entive to business.
NEW YORK! KITCHEN.
WHOLESALE LIQUORS.
EBNER BROS. COMPANY,
110-1 IS X Street* Front and Second,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL
ers in Wines and Liquors. Telephone 364.
M. CRONAN.
230 X St.. Rnd 11OS-1110 Third St.,
Sacrunii-mo, (Jal.,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER
in Fine Wliiskies, Brandies aud Cham
pagne.
DIPLOMAS AWRADED,
By California Htate Hoard of Agriculture
18'.)5, to
C. SCHNERR & CO.,
Nob. 1111' and 1113 I'ront Street,
For best Soda. Sarsaparllla and Iron, Orange
Cider and FredenckHDOXg iCxport Lager Beer.
HTTH PA^FV Importer and Wholesaler
IlUun tAOivI, In Koreinn and 1 ome-tic
Wines and Liquors, proprietor of Eagie^oda
Works, 218 X street, Sacramento.
LIQUORS, WINE, BEES, ETC.
HOFFMAN CIGAR STORE,
Seventh, and .T streets.
Beit brands of Cigars and Tobacoo.
LEUN LEWIS, Proprietor.
THF HOFFMAN SALOON,
Seventh nnd J Streets,
A cordial welcome awaits all.
ED BOONE, Proprietor.
CAPITAL ALE VAULTS,
3O^ J Street, Sacramento.
r\O TO NAOELE & SVENSSON'S AND
\JC try their reimported Bourbon Nutwood
Whisky. Also, constantly on hand Ale on
draught, choice Wines, Liquors aud Cigars.
The reputation of the house is recommenda
tion for their goods.
HARKY KOENECKE. JAMES M'GKATH.
ONLY THE CHOICEST VIANDS Dis
pensed by JIM & HARRY. 1009 Third
street, between J and X, Sacramento, Cal.
Win. J. Lerap's Extra Pale Lager Beer, Capt.
F. Uuhstaller'a Gilt Edge Steam Beer. White
Labor Goods.
UNDERTAKERS.
GEO. H. CLARK
(Successor to J. Frank Clark),
County Coroner, Undertaker and Funeral Director
UNDERTAKING PARLORB 1017 AND
101 v Fourth street, between J and X
•treets. Telephone 134.
rviii_i_E:R & rv«civiui-l. 1 r\i,
UNDERTAKING PARLORS 805-907 X
street, Odd Fellows' Temple.
EMBALMING a specialty.
Telephone 186.
A. D. FENTON,
Funeral Director.
W. J. KAVANAUOM,
Undertaker and Funeral Director,
NO. 513 .T STKEET.
T7IMBALMING A SPECIALTY. OFFICE
l_i open day and night. Telephone No. 305.
Now
Is the Time
To buy newly BUGAB-OURED HAMS
AND BACON.
Our I.AKI' is unequalod, la fresh and
pure, and made from grain-fed bogs.
mour & yoerkTpacking company,
1034 and 1020 J Street.
WE GREET YOU
And Invite you to
come and examine our choice and elegant as
sortment of HOLIDAY PRESENTS In
Watches, Jewelry and Silver Novelties.
IJ. HYMAN, JR., 306 J Str««t.
SEAL ESTATE. ETC.
WHO IS IT
That
• Makes
Money?
The man who buys
weil-located, CHEAP
LOTS.
THE
GREGORY
BLOCK
Is the place to select from. All
lots high. Terms easy. Good
title. Surrounded by parks.
On electric car line. Every
thing ready for building, even
to money on installments.
Surely a safe investment.
EDWIN K. ALSIP & CO.,
KEAL ESTaK INSURANCE
Western Agent 9
SUNSET COLONIES.
1010 Fourth Street, Sacramento.
See
Wright's
. J-Street
Block
Before
You
Buy.
ONE MAN'S EXffiliE
Another Man's Opportaoity.
I have some splendid irm'stineuta
now iv Fine Income-Payia^ Business
Property—one in particular, well lo
cated and always occupied, paving io
per ceaL interest on 59,600. Selling
price now, £7,000. I also have great
BARGAINS
To offer in Choice Lots, with or with
out buildings.
Cornmeucine ■with the New Y«ar I
propose to put upon tbe market thirty
ncret* of Al laud adjoining the city, In
lota and aore traota,
IF YOU WANT BARGAINS CALL ON
G. 0. HAYFORD,
331 J STREET,
WD rniPUiV Be*l B*tate Salesroom.
. f. tULCJIA.I, 305 j street.
A BARGAIN.
20 ACRES OF LAND NEAR THE CITY
Good house and barn. Vineyard of assorted
table grapes, strawberry and blackberry patch
Good windmills for irrigating purposes. Deep
soil, rich lands. FOR SALE CHEAP. Only
two and a half miles from town.
MONEY TO LOAN.
P. BQHL E. A. CROUCH
ge:of*3e kromer,
real estate and insurance. rents
oollected. M.'iiey to loau. Atrent Covenant
Mutual lilfe Association. 1005 Fourth street.
WOOD AND COAX.
O. P». MASSEY,
D»al«r in Wood end Coal,
1810 J STBBST.
Leweit market rates.
SACRAMENTO WOOD AND COAL YARD.
A LL KINDS OF WOOD, CO\L. COKB
A Charcoal and Kindllug, Grain and Mill
Feed. Barley ami Oats crushed to order.
STEAM CARPET CLEOINS AND RLWATIIi& WORKS.
An entir* new machine. No rlpi, do tears.
CAPT. A. MENDIS, Proprietor, 1513-1616
front street. Telephone 267.
"^foTfTnelaTloring.
WSy THE TAILOR.
Fine CaMlmer* and Tweed ■•!<•
TfWjJflf to order. 916.
i|llßjr Overcoat to order at f 18.
ffnUSi Trousers to order at #3 50.
IIH French Pique BmlU to order, 926,
English Wonted Suits to order,
4M Utt T!»is ls tbe house to nt a etylUtl
+&*Sf oat and bee» fitting sal* to order..
Jfo. tiOO J M—t. gtewnatttet C»U
For ttie; Best
Laundry Ax7"oxlt
GO TO TH*
American Steam Laundry
GROSSMAN'S SPECIFIC MIXTURE,
WITH THIS REMEDY PERSONS CAN
cure themselves Without the least ex*
posure, change of diet or change in applica
tion to business. The medicine contains noth
ing that is of the least injury to tbe constitu
tion. Ask your druggist for It. Price. %1 a
feettl*. Tujr
SEXD THE WEEKLY UNION TO YOUR
irlands In the East.
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