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WHEAT QUIET AND STEADY AT
Very Little Barley Changing Hands-
Market Steady at Previous
San Francisco, July 10th.
Wheat is quiet and steady at unchanged
Quotations; none arrived to-day. Very lit
tle Barley changing hands; market steady
at previous prices. Trading in Oats and
Corn is limited and prices are unchanged;
there is plenty of both offering; no re
ceipts to-day of either Oats or Corn.
A car of Watermelons from Bakersfleld
sold for fl6 per hundred. Cantaloupes
and Nutmegs were received, bringing f 1 73
per dozen; they were not in good condi
tion. A sudden break has occurred in tho
Apricot market; in boxes the price is not
materially affected, but in bulk some sold
as low as $12 60 per ton, while a few choice
brought f25. Berries are weak and drag
ging; the average price is about S3 50 per
chest, and some of the large varieties of
Strawberries go as low as $1 50 per chest.
Figs are in lighter supply, put prices are
not improved and sales are not brisk.
FLOUR—Net cash prices for Family Ex
tras, S3 7503 85; Bakers' Extras, $3 550
5 65; Superfine, $2 8503 per bbl.
WHEAT—Shipping Wheat is quoted at
!*2' 2 c per ctl for No. 1 and !'sc for choice;
milling Wheat, $l(al 10 per ctl.
BARLEY—Feed, fair to good, 65M'«7!ic
per 6U; choice, 66*40700; new brewing,
OATS—Milling, 85090 c per ctl; Sur
prise, 05ciifl OiiVi; Fancy Feed, 90082 Vfcc;
good to choice, poor to fair,
77V?<J>Oc; Gray, 89052% C.
CORN—Largo Yellow, lK)@9sc; Small
"Yellow, 97Hc; White, 7?Vj(OB2ViO.
RYE—72Vjio7sc per ctl.
BUCKWHEAT—B6OBOc per ctl.
MIDDLINGS- 816018 50 per ton.
BRAN—f 14 so<s» 15 50 per ton.
GROUND BARLEY-815015 50 per ton.
HAY'—New Crop: Wheat, $7<bll;
Wiieat and Oat, s7«10; Oat. S908; Barley,
■>1 50'.<5 fur river and fO 50 /i 8 for the best;
Alfalfa, fO'aO 50; first cutting, f4 50&5;
Glover, $808; stock, f4 6005
STRAW —60'u 6uc per bale.
HOPS— 2<a 3c nor lb.
BEANS— Bayos, 85095 c; Butter, fl 25(d)
1 50- Pink, 75ru85e; Red, SI 1001 25; Lima,
*2 2002 55; Pea, fl 3001 41 >; small White,
SI 15i*l 25; Large White, !Hic'(/sl 05; Black
eye, nominal; Ited Kidney, nominal.
I OTATOES— New Early Rose, in sacks,
50068 c per ctl; new Garnet Chiles, 76090 c;
per ctl; new Peerless, 7.V-j:>Oe per ctl; new
Early Rose, in boxes, 60075 c per ctl; Bur
banks, in boxes, 9Ocofl per ctl.
ONIONS—ISO2Sc per ctl for Red, and
40050 c per ctl for Yellow.
VEGETABLES—Tomatoes, 75c1«fl 25 per
small box; do Bay, large boxes, st
String Beans, 203 c per lb; Green Peas,
202jfcc per lb for garden; Garlic, 203 c per
lb; Dried peppers, 5012V£c per lb; Aspara
gus, 75c':_/Sl 50 per box; Cucumbers, 40060 c
per box EOT Marysville and SlOl 25 per
box for Alameda; Bay Squash, 25c per box;
Egg Plant, —41 —c per lb; Green Corn,
fl 50fal 73 per crate for Alameda. 75c0fl
per crate for Berkeley and .'ioc&fl 25 per
acfc from other points; Green Peppers,
1 _'i ' par tb; Green okra, per R>.
FRESH FRUlT—Apples—Small boxes,
j .;.">(.•; large boxes. 40075 c Apricots—
Royal, 28040 c for small boxes; 30050 cm
era top, and 20030 c per basket; in bulk,
cl "•'' --! 5o per ton.
I'ERRlßS—Strawberries, per chest
for Longworth and S'JiJi'J 50 per chest tor
large berries; Raspberries, f2 5U!t/4 per
chest; Blackberries, f2i/2 50 per chest.
Currants-82 5003 50 i>er chest. Figs—
i.lack, 25035 c pt-r box for single layers and
1C069C fo~r double layers. Grapes—Seed
tess, from Yt;ina, fl 8901 75 per crate,
reaches— iU'n*MK- per- box; in shipping
order, 65075 c per box; and 4'toosc tn bas
kets. Plums—ln boxes, 25030 c; Tragedy
1 runes, so<j'</fl per crate.
CITRUS FllUlT—Mexican Limes, $60
• . 7*i per box; California Lemons, $102 for
common and 5202 s<» per box for good to
choice, and f2 5063 for fancy; Call
la Oranges, si 2802 per box for Seed
lings; Navels, S2 5003 5o per box; Mediter
tanean Sweets, $2*33.
TROPICAL Fit L IT—Bananas, «1&2 per
1 unch; Pineapples, SI 5004 per dozen;
el sian Dates. sMro6c P»r lb.
1 aiED FRUlTS—Following are th 3
prices furnished by Uia San Francisco
Fruit Exchange. The figures represent
.1 load lots: Apricots—Fancy Moorpark,
ptfu 11c; choice, do. loc: fancy, «c; choice,
■ . standard, THe; prime, 6Vafi7c. Apples—
Evaporated, so4%c; sundried. 2c. Peaches
—Fancy, 6c; choice, 4c; standard, 3Vic;
prime, 2%c; peeled, in boxes, 11c. Pears—
Fancy, halves, 7c; quarters, 64c; choice,,
standard, 4c; prime, Stjjc. J'lums—
Pitted, 3 Vie; unpitted, Prunes—
Four sizes, 3i}3Vic. Nectarines—Fancy,
SViCJ choice, 6c; standard, 4c; prime, 3V>[C.
Figs—White, choice, 4c; Black, 2Vi,c. Rais
ins—ln carload lots. F. 0.8. Fresno in
sa< ks or 50-lb boxes: 4-crown loose, —c;
-crown, 3c; 2-crown, seedless Sul
tanas, 3c; seedless Muscatels, l%e; dried
grapes, —c; 3-crown London Layers, 70s
per box in 2n-lb boxes; Clusters, fl 2:,;
Dehesa clusters, $2; Imperial clusters,
*2 &o; 4-crown loose, f—; 4-crown loose,
laced, $— per box.
BUTTE R—Cream cry—Fan cy, 14 Vi® 15c -
special brands, higher; seconds,
Dairy—Fancy, 13013)4; good to choice,
12J it 13c: lower grades. ll&12c.
CHEESE -Fancy mild new, fair to
good. BM08c; Young America, 7&»c;
Eastern, 12013 c per tb.
EGGS—IOOIIc per dozen for store; 120
15c for ranch and occasionally Psc.
POULTRY—Live Turkeys—Gobblers, 14
015cj Hens, 12013 c per lb; dressed, —o—c
per lb; Boosters, f-T</4 50 for old and f4 50
06 50 for yountr; Broilers, fl 8002 50 for
•-mail. *Wi3 80 for large; Fryers. .S3 6004;
• ions. $3 5904 89; Ducks, $303 25 for old,
$304 50 for young; Geese, 'A»c'(isl per
pair: Goslings, 90c@$l per pair; Pigeons,
Si 25Jtl 50 per dozen for old and $1 860
1 5o per dozen for young.
• Following are the rates tor whole car
casses from slaughterers to dealers:
BEEF—First Quality, sc; second qual
ity, AttfMffcC; third quality, 3br@4c per Tb.
VEAL—Quotable at 4&5 c for large and
609| M lb for small.
MUTTON—Wethers, sc; Ewes,
LAMB—Spring. 605 We ps* n>.
POHK-l.lv- KVuM'aC per lb for
heavy and ::- v ;:;••,.• for small.
r.a~t< m <>raln Market-.
WHEAT—.LiIy, M\c; August, 55'^c;
eptem «r, I
California Fruit Sales.
. NEW YORK. July 10.—The Earl Fruit
Company sold California fruit in the con- ,
1 -.lidaled auction to-day, realizing the fol- \
lowing prices: Prunes—Tragedy, st 4.".-/
2 25 per half crate. Plums—Burbank,
.1 i.. ._' 10 per hall crate: Mikado. $1 250
1 50; Koyal Hative, Mk-<visl »i 3. Peaches—
St. John. 75c'fi$l 25 per box; Hale's Early
.... •. >T ]n. Pears- liariletts, 90Cf/$l I'D per
half box. Figs—California, 85c;<i$l per
NEW YORK. July 10 —Porter Brothers
sold at open auction to-day: Prunes—Si
moni, $1 40&2 65 i>er half crate; Tragedy,
$1 4061-2 40. Pears—Bartletts, $1 2502 85,
■ • rage si 71 per box; B. (Mfford, 66c per
half box. Plums .Japan, SJ 25 per half
ciate. Burbanks. $1 8008 15; Ogons, $2 10;
Mikado. $2 iC»; Abundance, .*1 0.V./2: Peach,
1 .V.'(i 1 ft.'.: other varieties, Gscft*l 20. Figs
—$1 25 per box. Apricots—sl SS per half
crate. Peaches 7UutJooii per box.
NEW YORK, July 10.-The Producers'
Fruit Company sold California fruit in
■oiidated auction room to-day as fol
r/w»: Apricots—Royal. $1 25; Montgain-t.
St 50. Peaches— Alameda, 80c: Hale's
Early. 51 ymi 1 30; St. John. (Sc''i*l id;
Imperial. 05c: McKevitt's Early. *1/1 05.
Plums—St. Catherine. 7oc->SI o5; Koyal
Hative. VI, ~si 25. Satsuma. $1 40; Peach,
si H5: Rnrbank. .*'-' "5H2 55; AV.un«iaiv.-.
SI 7... prunes—Tragedy, $2 ".-.••;•_> ::5.
ew. $1 55; Simoni, $2. P-ars -HartieCs,
Si 75: Clapp s Favorite, 'Ji'-tb boxes, 85c;
Red Apples, 86c; Figs, 74c&$l 10.
CHICAGO, July 10.—The Earl Fruit
Company sold California fruit in the neu
tral auction to-day at the following prices:
|j mes— $1 05 per half
.-rate; Simoni, tl 90. plums- Burbank, .<1
I !<" per half crate; Royal Hative. $1 15
1 ::.,. St. Catherine, |1 1501 25; Peach,
1 WM 55: Mikado. $1 V>ffl 20; Japan,
Si 25; Purple Duane. $1 W- Peaches —
Hale's Early, 90c@Sl 35 per box: Imperial,
SI 56; White Cling. $1 35. Apricots—Me-
Kinley, $1 16 per half crate; Royal. Bsc
- *1 10. Pears—Bartletts, $1 1001 45 per
CHICAGO, July 10.—Porter Brothers
Company sold at open auction: Prunes —
Tragedys, SI 3001 75 per half crate.
Pears—Bartletts, $1-51 00 per box. Peaches
— Alexanders. SI 36 per box; St. Johns,
51 ifti Haie's Early, 05. Plums—
Peach, SKil 36 per half crate; Royal Ha
tive,, fl@i 05; Clymans, l»sc. Apricots-
Royals, 75c@fl 35 per half crate.
CHICAGO, July 10.—The Producers'
Fruit Comnanv sold to-day: Alexander
Peaches, 55c05l 10, average, 80c; Hales
Early, $Ocosl 20, average, $1 09.
BOSTON, July 10.—The Earl Fruit Com
pany sold California fruit in the union
auction to-day realizing the following
price*: Prunes—Tragedy, f2 251(3 20 per
half crate; Simoni, 82. Plums—Peach, fl ;>0
02 10 per half crate; Red Japan, fl 100
1 85. Cherrteo Black Republican, 93 20
per box; Royal Anne, $2 204!3 OS. Pears—
Bartletts, fl 2501 55 per box. Peaches—
Brlggs' Early May, in bad order, 45c©Sl 15
per box. Apricotß—Royal, 60c©96c per
BOSTON, July 10—Porter Brothers Corn
pan v sold to-day: Apricots—Royal,
85c0fl 1 p«r half .crate. Cherries— Royal
Amies. $2 2002 50 per box. Prunes— Trag
edys, f2 0502 45 per bait' crate. Plums—
Royal Hative, si #001 90 per half crate.
Peaches- >i 3001 5o per box.
NEW ORLEANS, July 10.—The Earl
Fruit Company sold California Bartlett
pears at open auction to-day at fl (502
NEW ORLEANS, July 10.-The Pro
ducers' Fruit Company sold to-day at pri
vate sale Bartletts at $2#2 25.
MINNEAPOLIS, July 10.—Porter Broth
ers Company sold to-day at open auction:
Pears—Bartletts, in ventilated car, fl 80
01 !X> per box.
.MILWAUKEE, July 10.-The Pro
ducers' Fruit Company sold to-day: Bart
letts, $202 25; plums, fl 6002.
MONTREAL, July 10.—The Earl Fruit
Company sold California fruit at open auc
tion to-day. realizing prices as follows:
Plums—?l 6502 50 per half crate. Prunes—
SI 2502 50 per halt' crate. Peaches—Sl »>o
02 20 per half crate; boxt.i, fl 2001 'JO.
Fears— Bartletts. si 8002 per box.
Trade Continues Quiet — Quotations
Sacramento, July 10th.
Trade in local market circles continues
quiet, and will probably remain so until
the weather coob off a little. Prices show
no change from previous quotations.
Following are the retail price* for the
various articles mentioned:
FLOUR—Fr.mily Extras, $2 per 100 lbs;
fl for 50 lbs.
FRUlT—Cocoanuts, 10c each; Lemons,
25c per dozen; Oranges, 40&50 C per doz;
Bananas, -5e per dozen; Limes, lc each;
Pears, 3c per lb; Apples 5c per lb; Pine
apples. 30050 c each; Strawberries, three
baskets for 20c: Currants, 0c per lb; Apri
cots, 5c per lb; Peaches, sry.Sc per lb;
Plums—Cherry, 5c per lb: Kelsey, 0c;
Peach, sc; Washington, Sc; Purple Duane,
6c; Raspberries, 3 baskets for 20c; Black
berries, 3 baskets for 20c; Pears, 5c per lb.
DAIRY PRODUCE—Butter— Valley, 30c
per roll; Petaluma, 35c, Creamery, We.
Cher-se—California, 12t«c per lb; Young
America, 15c: Eastern Creamery, 800400;
Genuine Swiss, 4oc; American Swiss, 30c;
Martin's Creamery, 'Joe; Koniatour (sum
mer cream), 30e each.
POULTRY—Turkeys—Live Hens, 14c
per P>; Live Gobblers. 12M,e; dressed, 15c;
Chickens—Hens, 60c each; Roosters, 60c;
Spring, OUc; Broilers, 00c; Tame Lucks,
70c; Geese, S2 per pair.
BOGS—loc per dozen.
VEGETABLES—New Onions, IVic per
lb; New Cabbage, lc per lb; New Garlic,
tic per lb; New Potatoes, 1W; per lb;
Summer Squash, 4c per lb; Sugar Peas,
3c per lb; Bunch Vegetables, 12Vic per
doz; Lettuce, three for sc; Wax Beans.
4c per lb; Green Beans, 4c per lb; Toma
toes, 15c per lb; Green Peppers, 15016 c per
lb; Dried Peppers, 20c per lb; Cucumbers,
12 ; •_•<.• per doz; Rhubarb, 5c per lb: Horse
radish, 10c per lb; Yellow Squash, 5c per
lb; Green Corn, 15fa25c per dozen.
MEATS—Beef--Prime Rib Roast.
15c; Loin Steak, 12)40186; Rump Steak,
lOc; Chuck Roast, 10c; Rump, 8c: Brisket.
Sc; Chuck Steak. K»c. Veal—Loin and Rib
Chops, 15c; Roast Veal, 12c. Mutton—Leg.
114t12' 2 c; Loin and Rib Cno&s. 12Uc; Mut
ton Stew, He; Shoulder Chops, Sa Pork,
%ai2c per lb; Corned Beef, B©l2V4c; Baus
; age. lU'-ac; Vienna Sausage, 16c; Bacon,
B013V&C; Ham, 12Vj|0134c.
HAY AND GRAIN—Oat Hay, 50c per
cwt; Wheat, 60c; second quality, 45c; Al
falfa, first cutting, 45050 c; Becond and
third cuttings, 55c; Whole Barley, 906;
Ground Barley, fl; Feed Oats, $101 15;
Middlings, We; Bran, 85c; Straw, 50060 c.
COAL OlL—Wholesale—Pearl, l»c: Eo
cene, 21c; Elaine, K4c; Star, U«c; Extra
Star. 23c; Water White (bulk), 13c.
GASOLlNF:—Wholesale— Stove Gasoline.
I cases, 20c; Stove Gasoline, bulk, I4Vac; S3
degree Gasoline, bulk, 20c: 03 degree Ben
tine, cases, IW/ a c; 68 degree Benzine, bulk.
saIe) 10 oz, 54c; 12 oz, fl«4c; 14 oz, 7V4c;
10 oz, 8«, Granite Mining. 10 os, To; 12
oz, 7%c; 14 oz. BVic: 16 oz. 9V4c
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK MARKET.
San Francisco, July loth.
Mornintc Session—Alpha, 13c; Bullion,
21c; Choliar, f2 5002 60; C C V, $1 85: Ev
chequer, 3c; G <Sc C, Sbc; H & N, .SI I_'s;
Mexican, »',.",<•; Mono, 16c; Occidental, fl;
Ophir, si p.; Potosi, SI 1001 15; Savage,
80c; S Nevada, s!*c; Union, 50c.
Afternoon Session—Ophir, fl 05; Mcxi
i can. 61c; G \i C. 77'.jSoc; C C V, $1 75;
B A B. 67'"7!>c: Savage, 67068 c; Ciiollar,
182 40; Potosi, fl 05; C Point, 47c; Yellow
Jacket, 40041 c; Ali>ha, 11c; Belcher, 44c;
I Utah, 12c; Overman, 18c; Justice, 6c;
j Union, 47c; Alta, 10c; Occidental, 87086 c;
Andes, 31032 c; Scorpion, sc.
Closing Quotation*— Alta, loc; Alpha,
11c; Andes, ;52c; Belcher, 46c; B & B
68c; Bodie, 40c; Choliar, $2 50; Confidence,
06c; C C V, tl SO; C Point, 47c; G & C,
81c; i 1 N, fl 3<>; Justice, 6c; Mexican,
>.i , Occidental, !)3c; Ophir, fl; Overman,
18c; Potosi, $1 15; Savage, 75c; Scorpion,
sc; Union, 47c; Utah, lUc; Yellow Jacket,
\hi itH a better understanding of the
▼ • transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
torts—gentle c lTorts— pi easan t c ffor ts—
tightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that so many forms of
sickness sare not doe to any actual dis
. but dimply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with millionsof families, andis
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value KOOd health. Its beneficial
effects are due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
aU important, tp order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when you pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
hich is manufactured by the Cali
fornia 1 i<r Syrup Co. only and sold by
all remit able druggists.
If in the. enjoyment of good health.
i • be system is regular, laxatives or
Other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, but If in need of a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
weil-in formed everywhere. Syrup of
Fir- -lands highest and is most- largely
Used and .n yes most general satisfaction.
Saperior to COPAIBA. COBEBS & INJECTIONS'
A CURE IN 48 HOURS.
SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-TXNTOK, SATURDAY. JULY 11,-189*.
Summer Clearing Sale.
We commence our great Summer Clearing Sale in DRY GOODS,
FANCY GOODS and MILLINERY. This means all of our low prices
knocked into the shade. To start this sale off in good shape, we
took advantage of a great forced sale of goods which took place in
San Francisco last Tuesday. It consists of
Ladies' Summer Jersey Vests that we shall offer you for 6c each, and piles at
lOc, 15c and 20e. They will be of excellent value.
1 Case of Fancy 20e Pique Dress Goods for 8c per yard.
Lot of Fancy Dress Silks, in short lengths, for 23c to 35c per yard.
Lot of Boys' Fine Sample Blouse Waists, in white, that would sell regular
for $2 SO and $3. We shall close them from $1 to $1 25.
Ladies' Extra Fine White Embroidered Waists for an even $1 that is well
worth double. 1
Also a lot of Ladies' Fine Nightgowns for $1 and $1 25.
Lot of Fine Black Handsomely Trimmed Sateen Skirts for 72c. A good
$1 25 kind.
Another new lot of Infants' Dresses, in fine cambric. Price, 75c.
1,000 dozen Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hosiery, from 5c to 25c.
20 dozen of Extra Fine Ladies' Hose; sizes 8 and Bs, marked 25c. They are
the real 50c kind.
THEY MUST GO.
Ladies' $1 50 Shirt Waists, in plain white and pink with hairline stripe of
white, laundried bosoms, collars and cuffs. These waists we will sell at
the remarkable low price, 24c. The sleeves are small; make them desir
able to wear with duck suits. Sizes 32 to 40,.
Another Splendid Value.
Ladies' $3 and $4 Silk Shirt Waists, cut and made in the latest style, large
puff sleeves in light summer shades. All go for $1 75.
American Brand Indigo Blue Figured Prints, fast colors, at 5e per yard.
Lot of Merrimac Dress Calicos (standard and fast colors; at 4Ac per yard.
Lot of 50c Ladies', Misses' and Children's Pongee Color Parasols, plain and
ruffled, for 25c.
Lot of Turkey Red Table Damask, 50 inches wide, in large and small
flowered designs, at per yard. One lot 58 inches wide, 23c per yard.
IN THIS SALE
All our MILLINERY of every kind, color and description will be reduced
in price for this sale. One of the biggest values will be our RIBBONS, as
we shall throw out 500 bolts at nearly half their regular value.
No. 40 Persian and Dresden Ribbon, the 75c kind for 39c. No. 30, sold for
48c, closing at 30c.
Valenciennes Laces, Spanish Laces, White Line Laces in large variety.
THE IRIEm HZOTTSIE CO.,
T STREET, BETWEEN SEVENTH AND EIGHTH.
SUMMIT HOTEL, SANTA CRUZ
mountains. Grand mountain scenery; de
lightful drives; trout fishing; fruit In
abundance; cream; croquet; tennis; danc
ing, etc. Rates $8 to $10. C. X INC AID,
. VVrights, a alUa ciara County, Cal._
BEAUTIFUL BELVEDERE, MARIN
County, Cal. First-class board; location
Unsurpassed; boating, bathing, fishing,
ior particulars address K. ELMER.
Have the merited reputation of be
ing one ol the \ onders ol the
world, and seekers ol pleasure
and lovers ol sight-seeing, as well
as those in search ot health, will
be well paid by visiting them.
No mosquitoes. Large Swimming
tank. Many improvements sinoe last
a Positive Cure for Malaria, Rheu
matism, Liver, Kidney and Stomach
Train leaves Sacramento at 10:80
a. m. Arrive Springs 7p. m.
«T NEW SERVICE. QUICKTIME.
Address Bartlett Springs Co., 22 Fourth
street, San Francisco, or H. R. WARNER
Bartlett Springs Lake County, for beautiful
new iti-naife aouveuir. Free.
~ " -
HELLO, CENTRAL I
Where can I get the best and cheapest
wood in the city?
Haven't you heard?
Then go to Fair Oaks Wood Yard, at
Eighteenth and O, streets, and see it, or
call them up by telephone (Capital No. 647,
Sunset No.781) and they will deliver to you,
cash on delivery, at the following prices
full cord measure guaranteed:
White Oak Stovo Wood 85 50
Live Oak Stove Wood 5 85
White Oak i-foot W00d.... 5 85
LlTe On it 4-foot Wood 6 25
H. NOTTINGHAM, Manager.
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laAcincinnati.o WffM So,d by Drat?*'"*-
Taß__w C. S. a sent in plain wrapper.
A«B_. by •■xpn-fs, pi-r*' l '. f, ' r
0 V lt.no. or 3 bottlen, ?2.7.">.
_ _ Circular Sent on request
Have You Seen
the new Possoni Puff Box? It Is given
free with each box of Powder. Ask for it.
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the Bay of Monterey.
four miles east of Sail- S*MtWrt
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an 1 partly furnished cottages and provisions
for amusement and recreation are all betlt
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tntendent, Capitola. I
Situated on the American River, In
the High Sierras.
THIRTEEN MILES FROM SUMMIT ST A
tion, C. P. U. R.
Numerous improvements have been made
LARGE LOG CABIN
Set apart for Dancing Hall and Social Pur
This unrivaled Summer Resort is now open
GOULDEN & JACOBS, Proprietors,
Douner P. 0.
ILAMATfI HOT SPRINGS, SISKIYOU COUNTY JCAL,
ONE OF THE MOST PICTURESQUE
spots on the Pacific Coast. Hot mud, sul- i
phur and vapor baths; large swimming
tank; tine trout fishing in Shovel Creek;
analysis of the water shows great cura
tive properties; table supplied with ber
ries, vegetables and dairy products pro
duced on the place. The springs are lo
cated on the most desirable route to
Crater Lake, in Oregon. Address EDSON
BROS.. Berwick. Siskiyou County. Cal.
THE WEEKLY UNION—THE BEST
Weekly on the coast.
BEND THE W E E KLTUNION
friends in the East.
WHAT YOU NEED IS SALT AIR
A change is imperative.
No change so beneficial as from the in
terior to the seashore.
No coast resort so charming as Santa
No hotel with so many and varied at
tractions as the
Sea Beach Hotel.
FOR TERMS, ADDRESS
JOHN R. OH ACE, - - - Proprietor,
SANTA CRUZ, OA I—
* FOR FINE TAILORING.
H ' HEITMAN,
HAHf THE TAILOR.
All Summer Suitings are now
sold ata reduced price.
flKgagr suits made to order from $15 and
jj Trouser made to order from 83 50
This Is tho house to get a stylish
ffca cut a:ui t fiug suits made to
° ider '
10. 600 J street corner sua. Sacramento, CM.
irtrtrk UITS TO ORDFR FOR $15
* +H(H'LD PREVENT
ir KNSIHLE MEN FROM
irkirk PENDING srcH SUMS FOR j
* HODDY STUFF.
* * TVYMT? TUE TAILOR,
++++ 1 LaINC., Fifth and KSU.
£ * OUCSM FROM THfi OOUMTrt esOMPTIY FlU£0 —' i
I BANKING HOUBES.
! NATIONAL BANK OF D. 0. MILLS & Ca
Sacramento, Cal.—Founded 1850.
D. O. MILLS. EDGAR MILLS.
S. PRENTISS SMITH.
FRANK MILLF.R President
CHARLES F. DILLMAN Cashier
Capital and Surplus,
CALIFORNIA STATE RANK,
Does a General Bankiny Business.
1 SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS.
i FREDERICK COX President
i JOSEPH SI EFFENS. Vice-President
i W. E. GKKBKR Cashier
C E. BURN HAM Assistant Cashier
C. W. Clark. Geo. W. Pei/tiur,
Fukdekick Cox, Joseph BTKFFEWS,
Phtek Bohe. Ado__ Heiebkon,
j W. E. GEKIiEK. _^
i THE OLDEST SAVINGS BANK IN
I the city, corner Fifth and J streets, Sac
■ ramento. Guaranteed capital. iv">o0.0d0;
paid up capital, gold coin. $4<>o,oi)O; re
i serve fund, $50,000; term and ordinary de
posits, $3,438,008; loans on real estata
; January 1, 1896, $2,906,660. Term and
i ordinary deposits received. Dividends
• paid in January and July. Money loaned
! upon real estate only. Information fur
nished upon application to
i W. P. COLEMAN, President-
Ed. R. Hamilton, Cashier. .
FARMERS' AND MECHANICS' SAVINGS BANK
Fourtn and I Streets, Sacramento. Cal.
! LOANS MADE ON REAL ESTATE. IN
terest paid semi-annually ou Term and Ordi
nary Deposits. _____
X U STEIN MAN President
1 EDWIN K. A_SIP Vice-President
D. D. WRTTBECK Cashier
C 11. CUMMIN'iS - Secretary
JAMES M. STEVENSON Surveyor
PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK.
Guaranteed Capital t4W,WO
Paid up Capital ,
INTEREST PAID SEMI-ANNUALLY
on term and ordinary deposits. Money
1 loaned on real estate only. Address all
communications: People's Savings Bank,
Sacramento. WM. BECKMAN, Prest.
George W. Lorenz, Secretary. _
CROCKER-WOOLWORTH NATIONAL BANK,
Crocker Building, Market and Post
Streets, San Francisco.
PAID DP CAPITAL, $1,000,000. SUtirlUa, $563,035,
President WM. H. CROCKER
Vice-President W. E. BROWN
Cashier G. W. KLINK
CHARLES F. CROCKER...HY J. CROCKER
I W G. SUOTT E- B. POND
Perfect Fit. Best cf Workmanship at
Moderate Prices, gp to
PANTS made to order from $4.00
SUITS made to order from $15.00
MY $17.50 and $35 SUITS
ARC THI BEST IN THE BTATC.
603 AND 605 X STREET,
JOSEPH'S NEW BUILDING
I For t_ie: Best
GO TO THE
American Steam Laundry
Real Estate inSacramento.
The attention of people who have money to invest id called to SAC- '
RAMENTO AS A REAL ESTATE CENTER.
It is situated In the midst ot a district which for productivenesa
cannot be excelled. Valley and foothill farms are near by and city and
suburban lots obtainable in a comnuiniity which is making RAPID
STRIDES TOWARDS 100,000 INHABITANTS. Here the Lest schools,
churches of all denominations, etc., are located and all the advantages
ofretimdsocietyeanbeobtained. THERE ARE MANY PEOPLE in this 1
city and in the rich towns adjacent to it who are READERS oC the
"RECORD-UNION." and who would like to invest their money safely.
We say to these that THEY CANNOT DO BETTER 1 m come to
Sacramento with their money. It has a great future. When you do
come, CALL ON ANY OF THE FOLLOWING FIRMS, who will give
you information free ot charge, who have all kinds of property in the
city and country for sale, and WHOM WE RECOMMEND AS
THOROUGHLY RELIABLE and ABOVE THE Scspicion OF!
CROOKEDNESS. MANAGERS "RECORD-UNION.*
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
JUNE 7. iBy<3.
Trains Reave and are Duo to Arrive at
leave'tkains run daily.' arrivm
(lor) I O^rom)
11 ;ih) p Ashland and Portland.! ti.'M A
6:45 AjCalistOga and Napa...l N:10 r
»:no PfCaUStOga and Napa. ..I 11310 A
63) F Dera'g, El Paso & East 10 :*_';> A
4:.">0 P Colfax 10:0j A
10:00 AiKnigbta Landing _
I Oroville 4:00 P
7:20 P Knights Landing &]
I Oroville | 7:45 A
10:'J."> AiLos Angeles 1 2:o0 P
5:20 PILOS Angeles and New|
1 Orleans I 10:125 A
11:45 A|Atlantic Express for!
I Ogden and Last 4:50 P
10:00 P,Eur"pean Mail for Ok-|
den and East I 5:50 A
4-36 AI Red Bluff via Knights)
I La'd'g and M'FsvUlej t_t> F
•6 45 A Red Bluff via Woodla'd *«:50 P
;\:2T> 1' Bed Bluff via M'ysviile 10:18 A
10 .to A Redding via Willows..) 3:55 P
5:10 PlSan Fran via Benicia.. 11:20 A
6:10 A San Fran via Benicia.. 0:40 1*
645 A San Fran via Benicia.. 10:36 P
3:00 P San Fran via Benicia.. | 8:10 P
•10:00 A;San Fran via steamerl "0:00 a
10:25 A San Fran via Liv'm're -:5o P
10:lT) A San Jose I S*:SO P
1025 A Hants Barbara I 2*o P
ti:4r» A Santa Rosa »:10 P
3:00 PiSanta Rosa 11:20 A
10:1*5 A Stockton and Gait 2:50 P
5: - Jo P.Stockton and Gait 10:_."> A
11:40 A Truckee and Ren0....1 4:."i0 P
lOmHJ Pi Truckee and Reno [ 5:50 A
«:45 AiVallejo 1 s:lo P
3:00 Pi Vallejo f 11:20 A
•0:30 AjFoisom and Placerville *6 l" H
11:30 A Folsom and Placerville) 4:45 P
5:30 P|Folsom | »:30 A
~A~— For morning. P—For afternoon.
•Sunday excepted. ••Monday excepted.
RICHARD GRAY, Gen. Traffic M'g'r.
T. H. GOODMAN. Gen. Fas. Agent.
IUDSON EXCURSION BUS? G£2
Sacramento weekly. Upholstered cars.
Managers through to Chicago and Bos
ton. Lowest rate. Call on C. J. HJLBIS,
Agent S. F. Co., Sacramento, or address
JUDSON A: CO., 10 Montgomery street,
EBNEP BROS. COMPANY,
HO-tIS X Street, Front ami Second,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE
dealers in Wines and Liquors. Tel. 304.
230 X St., and 1108-1110 Third St.,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DBAJL
er in Fine Whiskies, Brandies and Cham
HnrHrA^PY lrni>orter r,nri whole
lIUVjli tnoL Ifsaler in Foreign and Do
mestic Wines and Liquors. Proprietor of
Eagle Soda Works, 2la K. street, Sacra
LIQUORS, WINE. BEER, ETC.
CAPITAL ALE VAULTS,
302 _ Street, Sacramento.
GO TO NAG ELSi _ SVENSSONS AND
try their reimported Bourbon Nutwood
Whisky. Also, constantly on hand Al3
on draught, choice Wines, Liquors and
Cigars. The repuation of the house is
recommendation for their goods.
HABKT Ke I N'KCKE. JAMES M'CKATH.
ONLY THE CHOICEST VIANDS Dis
pensed by JIM A HARRY, 1008 Third
street, between J and X, Sacramento, Cal.
Wm. J. Lemp's Extra Pale Lager Beer,
Captain F. Ruhstaller's Gilt Edge Steam
Beer. White Labor Goods.
316 X Street Sacramento
CELEBRATED FOR ITS STEAM AND
Lager Beer. Billiards and Pool free. Club
rooms open day and night. White labor
GEO. EL CLARK
(Successor to J. Frank Clark),
County Coroner. I ndcrtakcr uuti Funeral Director
UNDERTAKING PARLORS, 1017 AND
1019 Fourth street, between J and X
streets. Telephone 134.
MILLER & Mc MULLEN,
Underta Icing Parlors.
905-9P71 Street, HI Fellows' Temple.
EMBALMING a specialty. Telephone
ISO. A. D. FENTON, Funeral Director.
Mills College _______!:
Beautitul liroands.) and Seminary,
Alameda County, Cal.
SUPERIOR MUSICAL AND ELOCUTION
ary advantages. Thorough Scholarship,
Languages Free. Terms Moderate.
MRS. C. T. MILLS. President.
THE WEEKLY UNION—THE BEST
weekly on the coast.
/\l_J E3U F? r\J, CAL.
SELECT BOARD TNG SCHOOL FOR
young Indies. Day school for both sexes.
New equipments. Preparatory Gram roar
and High School courses. Mask and art.
Auburn is a popular health resort, send for
catalogue. \V. [I. Dr! XXI.L. A. \I., Principal.
WOOD AND' COAL.
ALL KINDS OF WOOD, COAL. COKE
Charcoal and Kindling, Grain .-md Mill Feed
Barley and Oats crushed ton; . .
STEAM CARPET CLEANING- LID BED 7ATTIB WOEES.
No ripSj no tears. CAPT, A. MENDIS, Pro
prietor. 1&13-1515 Front st. Telenhonn -^7
NOTICE TO HUNTERS.
NO SHOOTING OR HUNTING WILL
be allowed on the Rancho Del Paso. Any
violation of this order will lead to arrest.
JOHN MACK—V, Superintendent. _
WATERHOUSE & LESTER.
WAGON AND C ARK I AGE MATERIALS,
Hardware, Lumber, Iron, Steel and Coal.
Horseshoers' and Blacksmiths' Supplies.
700. 711. 713. 715 JSt.. Sacramento.
F". C. KNAUER'S
Pacific Brewery Beer
IS THE BEST—TRY IT.
[ Ever keg has the lates Improved patent
LOOK 17 THIS OFFER
CITY if WIT.
l.Ot 11 *• wiili two houses
thereon, renting for 857 per month.
Lot is worth ami will sell for f8,500
without improvements. Housed
could not be built for 92,500, ami
contain M ami lo rooms each. This
would make $8,500, and the prop
erty is offered at the lowpriee ol
$6,000, whieb is onlj $2,500 for the.
two houses without lot.
IT PAYS OVER J PES CENT.
Net upon the price asked. Location,
L street, between Ninth ami Tenth,
cannot be beaten hi the city, Termi
EDWIN li. ALSIP i,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
Houses Kentod. rata Collected.
1015 K»»l in || STKKKT.
CROCKER RANCH FOR SALE,
Situated on Riverside Road
about one mile from city limits,
containing 42.4H acre*. Good
House, i Windmill, etc.
Ten acres 1 n Bartlett Pears. This
is splendid land for Alfalfa.
W. P. COLEMAN,
Real Estate Sahrjni, „a I Street
F*. BOHL, - - - Mtinager.
Will bay the BEST BESIDENCI LOT ia the
city, northeast corner of Fifteenth aad M
streets. KRONER, 123J street
NOTICE TO VOTERS
THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OP,
Sacramento County. State of California,
having made an order On .May 7, ISIKJ, can
celing the Great Register of said county,
and directing a new and
Of all the voters of said county In accord
ance with the provisions of Section 1004 ot
the Political Code of the State of Cali
fornia, it will be necessary for all elec
tors, in order to vote at the next general
election, to be held on Tuesday, Novem
ber 3, uHO, to make application in person
to be registered.
Notice is hereby given that said new
registration will commence Immediately,
and continue to and including August 10.
lhUti, when such registration shall cease;
provided that any elector who has regis
tered and thereafter moved his residence
to another precinct in th. same county,
thirty days before said day of election
may have, his registration transferred to
such other precinct upon his application,
verified by oath, setting forth the change
of residence and containing the other
facts required for original registration.
The office of the County Clerk at the
Courthouse, corner of Seventh and I
streets, Sacramento City, California, will
be open from 9 a. tn. to 5 p. m. each day
except Sunday. AU citizens are notified
to apply for registration at once.
Notice is also giver, that after the filing
of affidavits and when names are entered
on the Great Register, postal cards will be
sent to each elector registered, ot the date
of such entry, if postal card Is not re
ceived voter should ascertain for his own
protection the reason why.
May 'M, I*o6. „
W. B. HAMILTON, County Clerk.
Extra Gilt Edge
ALSO FINE OLD PORTER,
Delivered to Saloons lee Cold
Capacity, 75,000 to 100,000 Barrels
BEST BEER IN THE WORLD
What is More Attractive
Than a pretty face with a fresh, bright
complexion* For it, use Pozzoui's Powder.
U « 8 Shall I
** 8 a My
FOR THE . . .
Curtis, Carmichael £ Brand,
Heal Estate, Insurance and Money Broters,
First Floor California State Banls