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Wheat Further Advanced and the
Barley Continues Firm for Feed,
"Which is at Present Ex
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec. 31st.
Flour it quite firm at previous price?.
Wheat was fur:her advanced and the market
Is strong; another cargo of 43,230 centals
down from Port Costa for export. Barley is
very firm for feed and extremely scarce.
Yellow Corn is advanced, but white remains
blow sale for all Fruits. The holiday trade
was a decided failure this year. The cold
wsathsr is unfavorable for Oranges, aud
prices are somewhat lower.
The weather favors Butter and Eggs, and
tbe market is quite steady; fancy rolls are
higher, as also store and ranch E;,g*. There
Is a good call for Butter, and not a great deal
la being carried over; small sales of taucy
creamery are reported at 25c.
Turkey* are weaker and lower. The East
ern Poultry Is well cleaned up and California
«jtock is stronger, although receipts were
rattier light. Game was very heavy to-day,
173 sacks being the morning's receipts, and
FLOUR—Net cush prices for Family Extras,
93 60®3 60; Bakers' Extras, 30®3 4U;
supernne, %z 60®2 76 ft boL
WHEAT—Snipping Wheat is quoted at
91 ft ctlior"No. 1 and fl 03% for
choice. Milling Wheat, fl 07%@l 12>£.
BARLEY—reed, lair to good, b7>i®oS?ic;
choice, 70c; Brewing, 75®80c
OATS—Milling, 70®76c flcth Surprise 90®
97>*c; Fancy Feed, 80®hoc; gcod to choice,
*>' >»ia>*ov; poor v. lair, 67> 3 ®b6 ■; Black, for
seeu $1 lu«Bl JO; Gray, 05«»76c fl etc
CORN—Large Yellow, 82> a ®e5c; *niall Yel
low, bs©s:: a e V ell; White, eo®Bse.
RYE— 77>i<jvbOc nctl.
BUCKW iila i — 75®85e ft ctl.
MIDDLINGS*— Slbyi2l »ton.
BRAN— f12®13 SOfttou.
GROUND BARLEY—SI6®I6 ft ton.
HAY—Wheat, f B®l2 50; Wheat and Oat,
$7 50® 11 50;uat. 96 60® 10; Alfalfa, 96®
b 50; Barley, 97®9 50; Clover, fb®7 su;
Compressed, $0 60(611; block, |5i&6 6o ft
S rRAW—3S® GOc * bale.
HOPS—4®tic 9 lb. ~
BEANS —Bayos, f 1 10®1 15; Butter, f 1 50
®1 bo; Pink, $I®l 15; Rev, f 1 *o®l 60;
Lima, f 2 50®2 55; Pea, f 1 60<a»l 75; Small
White, f 1 4u®l 50; Large White, $1 10®
1 8C; Buckeye, $1 75®1 90; Bed Kidney,
$1 75®1 95; Ho.-se, fl 30®1 70 fl ctl.
Poi'AlOEe —Salinas Buroanka, 00®80c fi
ctl; River Burbanas, 25®35c fl sack; Oregon
Burbanks, 46®60c t» ctl; Klver Reds, 35®4Uc
V- ctl; Early Rose, 60®b0c ft ctl; Sweet Po
tatoes, $2®2 25 * ctl.
ON'loNs— 00® bOc ft ctl for California; Ore
gon, 75®&5e ft ctl.
YLGEI ABLEs—Cream Squash, 20®26c ft
box; Tomatoes, iis®6uo; Siring Beans, —<a>
—c ft to; Green 1 eas, b©Bc ft to; Green Peppers,
25®6oc*> box; Carrots, 3u®400; Cabbage,soc
fl ctl; Garlic, 4> s <g»s> s c ft Bo; Dried Pepper*,
'. ®10c ft to; Mushrooms, — c %>. to; ->iar
rowfat Squash, 97® 8 ft ton; Hubbard
Squash, fbta»7 fi ton; Asparagus, 12>£»25e
FRESH FRUlT—Apples—No. 1 grades, 00c
®f 1 ft box; common, 40®b0c ft box; fancy,
$1 2o®l 60; Lady Apples, 76c lor small
boxes and fl®l 60 for largo size. Cranber
ries, f lU®ll ft obi. Cirapes, 50g>75c in boxes
aud 75c®$l in crates, rears nominal. Fer
bimmons, 40®75c fi box.
CITRUS Fit LlT—Mexican Limes, $5®5 50
ft box; California Lemons, f l®l 25 lor com
mon and $1 50<»2 ft box for good to choice,
and f 2 50®3 for tancy; Caiiiornla oranges,
$1 60®2 26 ft box tor seedlings; Navels,
S2 25®2 76 r box; Japanese Mandarins,
75c®f 1 10 V» box.
TROPICAL FRUlT—Bananas, ■ 1 25®2 fl
bunch; Pineapples, $2 50@5 ft dozen; Per
sian dates, 4»oc fl m.
DRIED FRUlTS—Following are the prices
furnished by the San Francisco Fruit Ex
change. The figures presented represent car
load lots. Apricots, hrw; Apples, steady;
1 runes, strong, especially for larger tdzes;
Peaches, quiet. Apricots—Fancy Moorparks,
iu®llc; choice, do, 10c; Sum y, 9>,c; choice,
9c; standard. So; prime, Apples-
Evaporated, 4>*®6c; sun-dried, t®3'„c.
Peaches—Fancy, be: choice, 6c; stauu» 1,
43 3 t; prime, 4c; peeleu in boxes, 12®lc5c.
1 ears—Fauoy, halves, 7c. quarters, 6>,e;
Choice, be; standard, 6c; prime, 4c. Plums-
Bitted, 4®1> 2 0; unpitted, I>4®2>%c. Prunes-
Four sizes, 4c. Nectarines—Fancy, 6>ic;
choice, 6c; standard, b%c; prime, 6c. Figs—
\» bite, choice, 3: w ®4c; Black, Raisins
—In carload lots, F. O. B. ban Francisco iv
hactts or 50-to boxes: 4-crown loose. :i-? 4 e; 3
ciown, 2> 2 c; 2-crown, 2®2v,c; seedless Sul
OAK PARK LOTS
By thinking that you have plenty | 1 '
of time to purchase one of those I PLAIN FIGURES.
CHOICE LOTS in that NEW —
OAK PARK SUBDIVISION. choicest location
Someone will be surprised at THE PARK,
when they find that they can't
have their pick. right on line of
Now is the right time to see ELECTRIC RAILWAY.
us and get our prices. Only ONE
PRICE, but liberal discount to I You could not ask for any more
cash purchasers. | liberal terms than we offer.
WISEMAN, - - - 411J Street,
# p Real Estate and Insurance, m m
Ox MT. H. COLLINS, - ------ - - Oalt E*m£Uu
SACRAMENTO 'DAILY RECOED-UKION, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1896.
tanas, 3%®4c; -car.ess Musca'.eK, 2Va®2? 4 c;
dried grumes, 2> s c, 3-crown London layers,
85#9ue ft box in 20-B> boxes; clusters, $1 3o
®1 50; Dehesa clusters, «2 10®2 25; Im
perial clusters, 92 60r<3,U 79.
BUTTER—Creamery—Fancy, 23®24c: spe
cial brands, higher; seconds, 21®22c Dairy
—Fancy, 21®22c; good to choice; 18®20c;
lower grades, 16®17c. Pickled, nominal;
CHKKkK-r aucy mild new. 9®llc; fair to
good, 7®bc; Eastern, 12®13} a c ft lb.
E'^rub—J2®26c fl dozen for store and 27®
32c for ranch; Eastern, 19®21e; fancy East
POULTRY—Live Turkeys—Gobblers, 9®
I lie; Hens, 9>cllc ft lb; do,dressed, 10®liic
i "«to; Roosters, S4®4 50 for old aud f4 50®
; 5 60 lor young; broilers, fa di<®4 for sniail
| ands4®4 50 for Wge; Hens, $4®5; Ducks,
$4 co>«.6; C •&, f 1 r)0@l 76 f\ pair; Pigeons,
$I®l 25 ft dozen for uid/uud $1 50®1 75
I ft uozen for young.
GAME—Lucks—Mallards, f2 50; Teal, $1:
j Sprig, 25®1 50; \\ iogeon, 75c®f 1; small
i duck. 75c; t.iuail, sjil®l 26; Ciray Geese, f2®
2 25; White Geese. 91; Rabbits, 60c®fl for
j bush and ?ilsjl dv for cottontails; Hare, 75c
<*s>l; Eagdish snipe, fl 50®2; common
Snipe, $I®l 25; Honkers, 93 60® 1; Brant,
91 2u®l 5o ft dozen.
Following are the rates lor whole earcassea
from si* - uterers to dealers:
BEE. rst quality. s®6y,c; second qual
ity. 4>i®sc; thiru quality, 4®4> a c flfc.
VEAL—6®6c lor large ana b®;}- s e ft & for
MUTTON—Wethers, s@6> 2 c; E»res, 4^060
; •• Dj.
LAMB—6®CJ- S c ft Bt).
P< 'HK—Live ft Bt for heavy,
[ for small and 3®3; u c for feeders.
Eastern Grain Market.
XEW YORK, Dec. 31st.
I WHEAT—December, 66)„c; January, 6b}ic;
I February, March, U7>gc; May, 66>4c;
CHICAGO, Dec. 31st.
WHEAT—December, 57c; January, 57c;
May 59% c; July, GO^c.
Trade Fairly Active Yesterday, the
Last of the Old Year.
SACRAMENTO, Dec 31st.
Trade in local Produce circles was fairly
active yesterday. To-morrow, the first day of
the new year, will be a holiday iv market
circles, consequently all purchases had to be
made to-day ot articles tor the table to last
over until Tnursday.
Following are the retail rates for the various
FLOUR—Family Extras, 91 80 fHOOftis;
90c fl 50 fi>s.
tRC IT—Bananas, 25®35c ft dozen; Limes,
10c; Lemons, 25c. Oranges—Seedlings, 15®
j 3uc 9 uozen; Navels, 40®; sc. Dates, fl to;
I Apples, 3c fi 0>; Cocoanuu. loc each; Cran
berries, 15c |1 quart! Pineapples, GOc each.
DAIRY PKOOUCE—Butter—v alley, 36c fl
I roll, lancy Petaluma, 55c; Fancy Creamery,
sue; Pickle, 35c; Firkin, 15c ft lb. Cheese—
Caiiiornla, 12>.,c ft lb; Young America, 16c;
j Eastern Creamery, 25c; Genuine Swiss, 40c;
I American Swiss, 30c; Martin's Creamury,
POULTRY—Turkeys—Live Hens, 14c fl B>;
I Live Gobblers. dressed, 16c. Chickens
—Hens, 600 each; Roosters, 60c; Broilers,
35c. lame Ducks, 75c; Gce«e. $2 ft pair.
EGGS—Ranch, 30c ft dozen; Eastern, 25c.
GAME—Hare, 25c; itabbite, 2uc; Squirrels,
20c; W,uali, $1 60 ft dozen. Ducks—Mallards,
75c V pair; Canvasbacks, 90c; Sprig, 50c;
Teal, 20c; Widgeon, 30c; Gray Geese, 70c;
Brant, 50c; Black, 40c
VEGETABLES—onions, 2c f) to; Bunch
■ Vegetables, 12>„c, Garlic, 10c ft lb; Lettuce, 3
I for sc; Bay Leuuce, 3 tor 10c; Tomatoes, 2o
;%t lb; Green Peppers. 5c fl lb; Dried Peppers,
i 200 fl lb; Savoy Cabbage, 10c ft head; Sprouis,
i 7c; Celery, s®loc fl head; Cauliflower, 10c ft
I head; Horse Radish, 10c fl to; Mushrooms,
i 10®12e; Spinach, 6c. Artichokes, 10c ft lb;
•Grean 1 Squash, 3c ft lb; Asparagus, 200.
POTATOES—Rivers, 50c fi cwt; Salinas,
fl 25, Sweets, 91 50.
MEATS—Beef—Prime Rib Roast,
Loin Steak, 13> a ®15c; Rump Steak, 10c;
Chuck Roast, loc; -Rump, Sc; Brisket, 80;
Cnuck Steak, 10c Veal—Loin and Rib Onepe,
15c; Roast Veal, 12c. Mutton—Leg, 11®
12>£c; Loin and Rib Chops, 12% c; Aluttoa
Stew, 8c; Shoulder Chops, tic. Pork, a* 12c
ft to, Corned Beef. 8®12%c; Sausage, 12% c;
Yiema Sausag , loc; Bacon, B®l3>*c; Ham,
12> 2 ®13V«c.
ilAi AND GRAIN—Oat Hay, 65c ft cwt;
Wheat, 55c; second quality, 50c; Alfalfa,
new, second and thira cutting, 66C; Whole
Barley, 70c; Ground Barley, 90c; Feed Oats,
91®1 26; Middlings, 95c; Bran, 80c; Straw
The new r ranco-Scottish Society,
whose headquarters are to be in Lon
don, has objects of a combined literary,
historical and international character.
It desires to promote historical research
into the past relations and mutual in
fluence between France and Scotland,
and to encourage the resort of French
students to Scottish universities, and of
Scottish students to the University of
•ESPECIAL LINES TO CLOSE.
In Broken Siz^ejs.
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 30 Kilt
Overcoat with cape; ages 4, 5 and 0.
Closing price, $1 45.
LOT 2—Youths' Dark Chinchilla $7 50 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,
LOT 4—Boys' All-wool Imported Scotch Chev
iot $7 50 Ulster Style Overcoat in gray
mixed colors. Closing price, $2 45.
LOT s—Boys' Heavy Union Cloth Plain Over
coat; ages 2, 3 and 4 years. 50c.
LOT 6—Men's Extra Fine $6 French Calf Boots,
custom made; sizes 5, 7, and 10.
Closing prices, $4.
LOT 7—Men's Extra Heavy 50 and $4 50
Kip Boots; sizes 10, 11, 12 and 13.
$2 and $2 50.
LOT B—Boys' Fine Calf $2 60 Shoes, button
and hook and lace; sizes 11, 12 and 12£,
$1 25; sizes 3*, 4, 4s, 5 and 5i $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 YOUR SPARE CHANGE AND WATCH OUR AD.,
As we are preparing for a CLEARING SALE that will surpass
ail others. It will consist of staple, desirable everyday and
Sunday goods. We w.ant 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 auy one else ever did in this city. Our
orders for Fine Trimmings, Laces, Gimps and Fine Flowers ar«
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 for 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.
AND RENO CREAMERIES,
Finest Butter and Cheese made, Santa Paula Seed
less Lemons, Havana Seed Oranges, Etc.
WOOD, CURTIS St CO.,
j Packers, Shippers. Wholesale Dealers California. Oregon and Neva 1a Produce, 117 to 125 J St
HOTELS AND RESTAURABT3.
GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL,,
Corner Seventh and X Streets.
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS. FREE 'BUS
to and from the cars.
GRAY & TITUS. Proprietors.
S. W. Cor. Kaad Seventh Sts , Sacramento.
CONDUCTED ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
Strictly first-class. Electric cars pass the
door every three minutes.
BLESSING & GUTHRIE, Proprietors.
THE LEADING HOUSE OF SACRA
mento, Cai. Meals. 25 cents. WM. LAND,
Proprietor. Free 'bus to and from botei.
STATE HOUSE HOTEL,
Corner Tenth and X Sts., Sacrinuato.
BOARD AND ROOM, $1 25 TO $2 PER
day. Meals, 25 cents.
«S~Acccommodations FIRST-CLASS. Free
'Bus to and from hotel.
W. J. ELDER, Manager.
CORNER X AND FIFTH STREETS. SAC
ramento. Meals, 25 cents. Nearest Hotel
to Post and Express Offices and Theaters.
Street cars pass the door every three minutes.
Elegantly furnished rooms in single or suites
from 50 cents to $1 per night.
0. F. SINGLETON, Proprietor.
THE SADDLE ROCK
RESTAURANT AND OYSTER HOUSE,
FIRST-CLASS HOUSE IN EVERY RE
spect. Ladies' dining-room separate. Open
day and night. BUCK MANN & CARRA
GHER. Proprietors. No. 1019 Second street,
between J and X, Sacramento.
NEW YORK KITCHEN,
415 X STREET, SACRAMENTO, CAL.
Elegant, separate apartments for ladies. Su
perior Coffee and Tea Quick Lunch Rooms.
Choice Chops and Steaks. White help only.
Qj*- Second St, bet X and L jjrjpfc,
wf .A The cheapest and best Jnri\!^,
25-cent meals in the oityr 9 ) vSjp
served at all hours, day v —'
or night. Oysters served in all styles. Pri
vate rooms for ladies and families. Parties
served on short notice. Service guaranteed.
juHN KoV'ACEVICii, Proprietor.
Third mid J Streets.
Ladies entrance on Third street. Open day
EBNER BROS. COMPANY,
116-118 X Street. Front and Second,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL
ers in Wines and Liquors. Telephone 364.
230 X St., and 1108-1 HO Third St.,
TMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER
X in Fine Whiskies, Brandies and Cham
By California State Board of Agriculture
C. SCHNERR & CO.,
Noa. 1111 and 1113 Front Street,
For best Soda, Sarsaparilla and Iron, Orange
Cider and Fredericksburg Export Lager Beer.
irrirn PACpV Tmporterand Wholesaler
nCVin CAOIvI, in Foreign and Domestic
Wines and Liquors. Proprietor of Eagle Soda
Works, 218 X street, Sacramento.
LIQUORS, WINE, BEER, ETC.
RHOADS & TOWNSEND HOUSE,
Second and J Streets.
WM. FAWCETT. - - - Proprietor.
HOFFMAN CIGAR STORE,
Seventh aud J streets.
Best brands of Cigars and Tobacco.
' LEON LEWIS, Proprietor. _
THE HOFFMAN SALOON,
Seventh and J Streets,
A cordial welcome awaits all.
ED BOONE, Proprietor.
CAPITAL ALE VAULTS,
302 «J Street, Sacramento.
GO TO NAGELE <fc SVENSSON'B AND
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.
HARRY KOESECKE. JAMES M'GRATH.
ONLY THE CHOICEST VIANDS Dis
pensed by JIM <fc HARRY, 1009 Third
street, between J and X, Sacramento, Cal.
Wm. J. Lemp s Extri Pale Lager Beer, Capt>
F. Ruhstaller'B Gilt Edge Steam Beer. White
UNDERTAKE R 3,
GEO. 11. CLARK
(Successor to J. Frank Clark),
County Coroner, Undertaker and Funeral Director
UNDERTAKING PARLORS 1017 AND
1019 Fourth street, between J and X
streets. Telephone 134.
W. «J. KAVANAUGH,
Undertaker and Funeral Director,
NO. 513 .T STREET.
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY. OFFICE
open day and night. Telephone No. 305.
MILLER & McM LJ L.L.I IM,
I NDERTAKING PARLORS 905-907 X
■treet, Odd Fellows' Temple.
EMBALMING a specialty.
A. D. EENTON,
Is the Time
To buy newly SUGAR-CURED HAMS
Oar LARD is unequaled, is fresh and
pure, and made from grain-fed hogs.
MOHR &YOEUK PACKING COMPANY,
1024 and 1026 J Street.
SEND THEWEEKLY UNION TO YOUR
friends in the East.
HEAL ESTATE. ETC.
WHO IS IT
The man who buys
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.,
REAL ESTATE. INSURANCE.
IQIS Fourth Street, Sacramento.
ONE MAN'S EXTREMITY,
Another Man's Opportunity.
I have some splendid investments
now in Eine Income-Paying Business
Property—one in particular, well lo
cated and atwavs occupied, paying 10
per cenL interest on 19,600. Selling
price now, $7,000. I also have great
To offer in Choice Lots, with or with
t omiuencine with the New Year I
propose to put upon the market thirty
acres of Al land adjoining; the city, in
lots and acre tracts.
IF YOU WANT BARGAINS CALL ON
G. 0. HAYFORD,
231 J STREET,
W. P. COLEMAN, BgmX Jgps m *&2F om '
20 ACRES OP LAND NEAR THE CITY
Good house and barn. Vineyard of assorted
table grapes, strawberry and blackberry patch
Good windmills for irrigating purposes. Dtep
soil, rich lands. FOR SALE CHEAP. Only
two and a half miles from town.
MONEY TO LOAN.
F>. BQHL E. A. CROUCH
_ GEORGE KROMER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. RENTS
collected. Money to loan. Agent Covenant
Mutual Life Association. 1005 Fourth street.
WOOD AND COAL.
O. R. MASSEY,
Dealer in Wood and Coal,
Lowest market rates.
SACRAMENTO WOOD AND COAL YARD.
4LL KINDS OF WOOD, COAL, COKE
Charcoal and Kindling, Grain and Mill
d. Barley and Oats crushed to order.
STEAM CARPET WLLM'i AND RENQYATITiB WORKS.
An entire new maculae, No rips, no tears,
CAPT. A. MENDIS, Proprietor, 1513-1516
Front street. Telephone 257.
KgmJ. H. HKITMAN,
Wmff THE TAILOR.
■H Fine Casslmere and Tweed Baits
iMwjffl to order. $10.
MMMT Overcoat to order at 918.
loHhS Trousers to order at 98 80.
I wßjf French Pique Salts to order, 625.
fJSKI English Worsted Butts to order,
tti§3» * This is the house to get a sty 11* &
*g*ffT cut and best fitting iutt to order. „
No. 600 J. nineot. Baowamonso. . C+ij
For tine; Beat
QO TO TBI
American Steam Laundry
CROSSMAK'S SPECIFIC MIXTUR&
WITH THIB 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'sof the least Injury to the constitn*
lion. Ask your druggist for v. Price, fl a
SEND THE WEEKLY UNION TO YOUR
I friends In tha East.