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THE DAILY RE CORD -UN I ON.
mi >•» JVMtEY M. I'M).
NEWS FLASHES.
Seventy-three milo3 of the Nevada Cen
tral completed.
Salt Like bullion shipments of January
19th aggregated $23,500.
On Sundays the Nevada Central gives
free ruled to all who wish to go over the
line.
The Bodie Guard numbers seventy-five,
many of the member/3 being prominent citi
zens of that place.
The Ent€rpri& gives the imports ol
Healdsbnrg for 1870 at 3,034,0-58 tons,
while the export* marked 4,037,251 tons,
of which 456,097 pounds was wool and
102,259 pounds hop?.
Hie Fresno Erpot'Uor Bays that a con
tract was entered into last week for the
deliver}- at the railroad on the San Joaquin
river of from 3.000,000 to 5,000,000 feet
of saw-lo;;s annually.
Two of the mighty nimrods of Bodie—
Billy Conover ana Frank Lobdale — killed
sixteen black-tailed deer near Coal Valley,
and brought six into Dodie Friday; a.l the
result of a ■week's hunt.
The dwulling-liouso owned by P. B.
Bacon, ritaated at Columbia and occjpied
by E. Bliss and family, \va3 entirely
destroyed with all ita contents on Monday
morning lust al^ut live o'clock.
The Chico Record lias received informa
tion of the murder of Mr. Ban-io and two
eons, .by Mexicans, who left Cbico three
years ago for Texas, where they engaged
in the stock business. Mr. Bowie was a
carpenter by trade, and much respected.
In Alameda a society has been organized
called the " Alameda Progressive Union,"'
having for its object the advancement and
improvement of the town, and the health,
prosperity and happiness of its inhabitants.
The society has already about thirty mem
bers. :>i
An attempt was mide to throw th" out
going Ari*>na train from the track, near
Oolton, last Monday ni^ht. .Some mis
creant or miscreaatl piled stones on the
track, and the pilot aud ash-pan of the en
gine were considerably damaged in running
through.
The work of laying steel rails in place of
iron ones on the California Pacific, from
D*>viaville to Suison, has begun, and work
is now in progress between the former
place and Dixoo. Enough rails are on
hand to lay seven miles of track, and more
are expected to arrive soon.
Says the San Matlo Journal : Tan bark
has nearly doubled in price within a fetv
months. It i 3 now bringing from &2~> to
$28 per cord in the market. There is good
substantial profit iv bark at such prices.
There are thousands aud tens of thousands
of cords that cau bo readily reached in this
county.
Thomas Dillon, who stabbed Thomas
Travis through the heart on the night of
the 2d instant, and who was shot in the
hip by his victim, is still confined in the
Bodie calaboose and 13 in a fair way to re
cover. He sits up, walks about, talks
cheerfully and cats heartily, and only com
plains of pain in the vicinity of the wound
after standing in one position for several
minutes at a time, or when stooping over,
■when ho complains of a throbbing pain.
Mr. Itendell and wife, and Miss Wads
worth, of Sevastopol, footed it to this
city (seven miles), Saturday morning, tak
ing 1 hour and 4."i minutes to accomplish
the feat. At Winfield Wright's they over
took C. S. Gleaaon, and declined his offer
of a ride when he hailed the party and of
fered to give them a lift, but they were
" going as you please," and making a spurt,
passed far ahead, arriving in good condi
tion. It was .1 square heel and toe walk.
{Santa liosa Times, January 26 th.
We hear complaints from the surround
ing country that cayotes and wildcats are
now more numerous than for many years
past. In consequence of the increased
number of 'sheep kept, it has resulted in a
decreased number of dogs kept by ranch
men, who did not care to take the chances
of having to pay lor the damage their
canines might to do to Hocks. Tlu3 gives
to cayotes and other wild animals a free,
field to increase and raid sheep-folds and
chicken ranches. — [Petal Argus.
Smart boys they hare over in Reno. One
of them wa3 not long ago suffering with an
aching tooth. He would not go to a den
tist, but himself devised an ingenious
method of extraction. Procuring a piece
of stout twine, he made ose end fast to the
aching tooth and the oilier to a heavy flat
iron. Then he wont to an open window,
opened his mouth, thrust out his head and
threw out the iron. The iron foil about
ten feet, and brought up with a jerk that
nearly broke the boy's neck, but the tooth
didn't come out. That lad prefers to go
to the dentist now when his teeth trouble
him.
It was estimated by the President and
others of the Vinicultural Society of St.
Helena and vicinity, at a recent meeting,
that no less than 2,000 acres of vines
would be set next Spring in that part of
the valley from Yountvillc up. Thia is
not the whole field, but suppose the abro
gate to amount to no more than that : The
laud is worth not less than $75 an acre,
may bo more. At that figure the whole
amount is $150,000. The cost "of prepar
ing it, at $8 an acre, ii (16,000. The
number of cuttings required is, in
round numbers, "2,000,000. The more cost
of making these, supposing the material
can be had for nothing, is about SI a thou
sand, or altogether §2,000. Cost of sot
ting, at •?.'> an acre, $10,000. Cost of cul
tivating for four years, until a crop may be
expected, $10 an acre a year, .*4O for the
four years; total, 180,000. Grand total,
aside from any consideration of fencing,
taxes, interest, etc., for getting 2,ooo acres
of vineyard to productive age, $258,000.
Hut then, once arrived at • that productive
ago, the tide turns. A vineyard is pro
duced which is worth probably §300 an
acre, and pays interest, at 1 per cent, a
month, on from two to live times that
amount. — [St. Helena Star.
THE COURTS.
SUPREME COURT.
■ ! . Sax Francisco, January 2fl, 1880.
Meyrrslein vs. Superior Court of San Fran
—Continued until to morrow.
Court adjourned until 10 A. M. to-morrow.
Department Xo. 1.
* Wepskspay, January SSth.
5870 -Shay vs. Me Vamar*— Argument concluded
by Harrison for appellant and Tlio nton for respond
ent, and calls..' submitted.
5537--Urecr vs. Trip;)— Argued by Irrlag for ap
pellant and htllofs for l«|»wilwil, and cause sub
mitted, and respondent allowed five days in which
to file brief.
&S9S— O'-Veil vs. O'Neil tt Arrnsd by McEl
rath for respondent and submitted. Respondent
Allowed five days in which to file brief.
Tinriwi>AT, January "2)th.
John E Richards admitted to practice, on m tion
of S. F. Lie!) and a license from the Supreme Court
< I Mich (ran.
William 13. Hardy admitted to practice, on mo
tion of S. K. Lieu »nd a license' from the Circuit
Court of Virginia.
-Moore vs. Hello??— On motion of S. F.
Lit b for respondent, to dismiss the appeal herein,
it is ordered to be continued until the hearing of
the cause.
5898— Board of Education of San Francisco vs.
Keen&n et a].; 5899— Hoard of Education of San
Francisco vs. Martin e'. al. Argued by Cope for re
spondent and Parker for appellant, and continued
until Tuesday, February 3d, at 11 i>. m.
Wednesday, January 23th.
5807 — Disrzins vs. Rcay -Argument concluded by
Whitteraore for appellant and Wood for respondent,
and ciu*e submitted.
5577 — Connilf vs. Kihn— Submitted for appellant
«v poiut* on file. Argued by Parker for respondent,
and the cause submitted.
6731- Herman vs. Haffanegger— Argued for up
- pclUnt, and further argument continued until to- '
morrow.
10,479— Ex parte Z. B. Tinkutn on habeas corpus
— Upon reading and filing the verified petition of Z.
B. Tinkum for a writ of habeas corpus, it is hereby
ordered that a writ of habeas corpus issue out cf
and under the seal of this Court, as prayed for in
■aid petition, returnable before this Court in bank,
on the 18th day of February, A. P. ISSO, at 10
o'clock A. M., at the Court-room, in the ciiy of San
Francisco ; notice and copy of petition to b.- served
upon the District Attorney.
TiirßopAT, Janmry tttk.
. 5561— Fo'bes ts. McDonald— Order affirmed.
5377— Conniff vs. Kahn- Respondent allowed ten
days to file brief, with teu days to appellant to
reply.
67S1— Herman rs. HsffanesKer -Argument con.
eluded by » rosbj for appeliaut and E«ti-e for re
spondent, and cause submitted.
>~ Sackett v*. Johnson— Arpued by Sullivan
in appellant, and periling the argument the Court
took a recess. ' ' -
SUPERIOR COUUT.
Denson, Jud^-o.
* - - Thursday, January 29th.
Application of the Trustee* of 11 -street 11. E.
Church to make loan— Description of property
changed by erder of the Court. . . .
Peter I . Scott vs. The sierra Lumber Company—
Owe postponed for trial to some day to be agreed
wgtm. •
COMMERCIAL.
San Francisco Frodttss Market. :
Sas Frasjisco. January i9th— l r. *. ,
Flocr. — We quota the various brands a' fol- |
lows : Best City Extras, $tj 50 ; Bakers' btn , :
>>'> 7530; sSuperQne, ti 12Vj!l :!7i; interior Extra,
$5 50a5 STi; Interior Superfine, ?:) ,-7V-^ l ;
i'r. ■,■ hi Extra, - 1 b"J'*s fO: choice do, §5 S7V<JS 574;
Oregon Superfine, tfl CSVBS STi ; Wall* Walla Extra,
f, >o is .-.,;. 9 bbl. Purchasers of round lota can ob
tain co:K-ess:ons on the ab-jve rated.
WunAT— Tbe market exhibited considerable
strength this morning, owing to the favorable re- I
ports both from foreign countries and from outside |
domc3lic Bourcea of supply. The offering* on "Change
were not large, and although there were buyers -it
prices within our quotations, but few transactions
were consummated. Sellers were indifferent about
realizing, appareutly willing to abide lite course of
the future. The reported silos embraced 1,100 ctla
ci ■:■■ ■ No. 1 shipping at $1 95 ; 2.E00 do Ko 2. £1 86;
•200 do do, *1 87 . We quote No. lat $1 [email protected] 07J:
Ho. 2,81 •-" ■■■! 90 3 Ctl.
Moderately active. Sales of 1,000 sks
good coait feed at .'■'■:; 500 do choice ■!", 7 ■■".■ ;
300 d»> ,''l bay do, 7."?: 250 f-ks coast Chevalier,
for Pearl Barley, £1 05 £ ell. Brewing ij quotaV.j
at i',"y; feed, 85^75c for coaft and 790800 V
c.l bit bar; CbevaDsr, 81 [email protected] 70 for choice bay
and |[email protected] 2S for coast.
Oats— Sale of 800 bks common Washirgton Terri
tory, 61 10 ;ioi! ■> choice Ore^nn IceJ, SI 37J. We
quote: Humboldt, >l i:,'ri 25; Coast, Hi*l 23:
Oregon and Washington Territory, il 16®I 35;
Surprise, SI [email protected]*6O '•' ctl.
Hay— lota on the wharl range from Bi to 512
I V ton,
Sir kv- Quotable at 40<a \Se V l>a!e.
Bctteb r*re«h California finds steady sale at 42}
@25cibr good to choice : inferior to ordinary, 17(*
20c, inside rate for mixed lot! from country stores ;
Ca ifornia firkin, l!<»20c.
Cheksk — California, liv^ljo; Hasten, I&,.>ISC
■» Ib.
Market less buoyant to-day, an.] prices are
a shade lower, quotable at [email protected] V dozen, with
occasional sales -t an advance.
PociTur- GeneraU; scarce st enhanced rates for
several kind*. We quote: Turkeys, 12i#15c for
live, [email protected] V IS for dre3-ed; Boosters, SI [email protected];
lion?, ?. r ,ft6; Broilers, ■:*■•'■: Ducks, [email protected] 9
del .i ; Oecae, $2sS2 50 «i pair.
Eastern and Foreign Harliets.
Xkw York, January 29th.
Ei'kaustitks— Floor b doll ami Wheat «■ irregu
hr, latter a', 81 [email protected] 4«.
Wool — Quiet
Barlkt— Dull.
Ciiicaoo, January 29'.h.
Wheat - -*1 213 for February.
Bacos— S6 70 for short rib sides.
Pork— sl2 '.'"'!- 47} tor February.
Lard— 42^7 45 for February.
Ltvßßroor,, Januiry 29th.
Whiht-- California, 10s«i 10* lid for average Mid
Ida I0di?lls 34 for club. Floating cargoes irregu
lar, thou : the demand for the Continent continues;
cargoes on pai \gt for shipment arc active at lull
prices; spotlouare firm. '..v.-;,* "-
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK SALES.
Sas Feanoisco, January 2?, 1830.
MOUSING session.
IWO.h'r 18] MM 2CO Union Con 45c<"»t
190 Mexican. lsj *18i 675 Lad( Br>iui....6*sfjsc
10OG. iC '..M : 4 .') Julia.... 2 200*2
40 Best & B 12} 400 Caledonia 1 60311
170 California 3 95 275 Silver Hill 8 ftt9Cc
M Savage "'■' 15 • DardeneQea 75c
120 Con. Va 4 li> 250 Blew York 500
3 sf;hollar [email protected]] lOOChaUenge 1 00
Pot Mi £>• 'J !*); 453 LailyWash. 80(.t7.ic
155 11. 4A" J2y*7i 380Asdos 30y95c
375 C Point ",'.. 100 Con Waslioe 20c
350 Jacket 103 <Jios 330 Ward 1 00
200 Imperial ...7SjJ US Scorpion 3 40iM}
SO v. ■■:.»:.. 1 3: 40n Leriathan 2oc
3155 Bolcbor. 11J'i'I2|! 130 Benton i 55& a6O
do..sl auoesment. I 550 Solid Silver Me
1785 Sierra N0v....':: 1 30 O. date '-' 70
35 Utah It; 5'.)0 Con Dorado 2 05
|{ I Bullion [email protected] r >J SOrioweiy 3Cc
305 Exchequer.. 3 [email protected] 15 CtO N. Knuauza [email protected]
15 Sag Belcher 21 > 35 Fairfax S."c
ISO I »tbi mto mil 300 i*ej 10c
12J Jiu:ice 2 2«<j21l 50 Essex 2
ahit.noo:; session.
230RiyiK!y [email protected]| 100 Pnlwor 101
75 KurekaCon ....!')'. '16; f. SO 3yndicfttt 15(31 60
SO Jackson .".3J : 100 OoodAaw 3So
100 I«.-op.rd 20c 200iltu Cello Ho
HO l:.")uoct 50c 20J (Joncoiilia 50c
80GIU Be S ' Ov:'-'ntal "■" -Vc
310 Belle 11l 450 Champion l"-c
SW Metallic 1 [email protected] CO Belridcre 1 05M1
-.urii... i; LIBO South 1i0die...20(325c
750 Argent* 1 10 375 Hooker •_•!"'«.
ll(«) Enduwm't lie Ik I 175 Ouu<^i lice 3»©250
59 Star 3.1 c 105 MunoT. 7J(*7i
1315 Belle b1e...l ir, ." 10 100 Blackhatrk 75c
200 Day (wig7o ' SSCon Pacific 4}
100 Hillside- i|l 50 Dudley. . . ; 55c
250 Paradise 75"*30 ci 125 Jupiter SOe
BOOR del M0nt.. .1101 3 | 715Sol!alwer 1}
ITOWlea 3 10(*3 4' 500 Addenda. 60«C5c
75 ML Diablo 2j| 235 Noonday i(<« 90
1550 Albion [email protected] 300 Mammoth. 2 95..53
400 N. Belle Isle 35c| 150 Huston 11
lGOJVuvsjo 40c, 150.4 Noonday Ii
500 Mt l'o'o»i 2Ji("r!; 20\Vhite 1
25 Bodia Si^ajl 650 Al as 20c
lOOMcCUntoD 65c; 850 Tiptop 4
lCsTio(ta. 2i(£?2 55 20 S. Kin;; 6
KSiuumit I' 253 O B Hilla 2J
Humboldt Times, January 21st : Through
letters received we gather the following
items from the Klamath river country :
The mail route from Scott's valley to Saw
yer's Bar is blockaded by snow, and no
mr.ils have arrived for weeks. Commnni-
cation between Mack Bear and .Sawyer's is
also interrupted by snow, and men have
been sent out to shovel away the drifts and
opou the trail. An immense slide occurred
iv the Saint's l\o3t mining claim on the
Klamath river, burying }ilr. E. 15. Jackson
completely, leaving but one-half of his face
uncovered. He w»3 rescued from his
peiiluus situation, and fortunately escaped
without iujiiry, with the exception of some
severe bruises. Mr. Jackson has been en
gaged in logging on the Dolly Varden Mil]
for the last few years. The mail rider from
Weaverviile reports a big slide 2t tlie foot
of Burnt Ranch mountain, by which two
men lost their lives, one by tbe name of
James Collins and the other a stranger.
LETTEE LIST.
LIST OF LETTEKS KEJ! AIMX» 1.1
the rostoflice at Sacramento on Thursday,
January 29, 1550:
La-lies' List.
AHon, Mrs Millie lv i n m, Mra E C
Avery, Hiss Sarah E Kemucy, Miss .-.
Bailey, Mrs Ida l.idd, Mrs II
Bart Mrs Mary Lacy, Mrs Lyiio
Barker, Mrs Samuel Landudalc, Siiss Frances
Bell, Mrs Kannie Lansing, Mrs II
Boron, Mrs BellaD Lewis, Mra Loaisa
Drainard, Mn Lou I can, Mrs Mary
Bridy, Miss A ice A Lowell, Mrs Eliza
M adly, alias P,ottio LawrJ, Mrs Etta
Brenuan, Miss Maria . 31cClure, Mrs 811
Breckenrige, Mi i D McEnerney, Miss s.nrali
Bennett, Uisa Miry II McNaughton, tin Sallio
Bryant, Mrs Linda Mouser, Miss Hay
Byroo, Miss Teresa Jiohan, Mrs P ¥
liurdick, Mrs Annie Morr", Elizabeth
lioeniif, Louise Newton, Mrs 1' Dallas
Center, Mrs Mary Newton, Mrs Ella
". imstock, Miss Alice Nelson, Mrs C il
Cosarine, Madame -I • O lbert, Mrs John I*
Davis, Mrs Ann 11 ParretUMiss May
l>:ckin^op, Mi's Myrtle P.nnk, Miss Jennie
Dolan, Mrs Nellie M Phelns, Mi-s .\.'uea
Doyle, Miss Katie F Pearce, Mrs U II
III'!;., Mi-; Katie Pool, Mrs San. His
Doherty, Miss alollle Rimean, Mrs Benjamin
Driscol, Uisa Mamie l:cddin<;, Mrs F L
Drew, Mrs L li Reynolds, Miss Millie S
Dunn, Mrj H Slwlatte, .Mrs T C
Dunne, Mrs S Scott. Mrs Delilah
Dnnpb , Mrs Jas C Echaffer, Mrs M S
t'eeun, Miss Rebecca Searle, Mra N' L
l'.tlts, Mrs Winiford Slickenej', Mrs B«!le
Fredrickt, Miss Hattie Steele, Mrs Mary
Gilbert, Miss Jennie Somers, Miss Alice
Graham, Mrs II 1. Taylor, Mrs F. C
Greenwood, Mrs 8 Tunell, Miss Carry
Green, MissAngie Twist, Miss Kiltie
Gunn, Mi's A C Wait, Miss Anrelia
Hall, Mrs C A Walters, Mr- Lottie
Ham. .Mrs Whitin-- Walker, Mrs M E
Hamilton, Miss Lotta Wentworth, Miss Eva
Hawley, Mrs Wi Ham White, Mrs M M
Hawkins, Mr? Temp'cc While, Miss J
Hennejscv, Miss Mary Wilkinson, Miss Belle
Hi 1:?, Mrs Mary Williams, Mia May
Hill, Miss Adelheid William*. Mrs Julia
Haultun, Misi A L Wilson, Miss Nellie
ll. .vie, Mrs Sarah Wiedukehr, M S3 Sophia
Huntoon, Mrs Jane Wise. Mrs Ablie
Jackson, Mrs T B Woods, Mrs D II
Jewell, Mrs J F Wright, Miss I.ibbi e
»i iv, Mrs Susan
CrntlrmrnN Hit.
Adams, .las Gowan, J H Parsons, O:o
Allen, John Green, Jas Pearson, J '/.
Allen, W B Griffith, A II Phillips, Go
Ames, A N Griffin, J M I'iap;], F
Alexandra, I Hall, W G I'ienni, Anibalo
Anderson, J Harter, J P Pienui, G •
Artz, I" M Uartwell, Olias Kismussen, P H
Baric, Louis Hawkins, J M Read, Rufus
Battce, Hastings, Elis Read, Rev IIW-2
Baudfr, T J Ilr.l^-cr, C Red, Mr
Beach, Jas Hewes, Dr Reutcr, Andrew
Blanchard, Ji; Uodgdon, T-2 Richardson, A
P.lack, S T Holmes, C M Roche, John
Blake, Jas How land, W Rogers, F S
Blum, Eupenc llutchinson, Dr Rogers, S L <i- -if
llohrimn, Fred Jacobson, M Rotono, Alfred
Boland, M Johnson, A ■ Rcse, Hon AII .
Brase, F-d Johnson, John Russell, wll
BraddJ^k, Wll Johnson, Ceo Scott, John-2
Bruce, M M Jones, J X Scptt, C
Burgnian, F Jordan, Prof XC Sen rot, John
I'jry, Frank Kelicy, Edw Schuck, A
Cau?hlen, Jas Kelsay, r.ev Jas Schwartz, II
Clark, M M Kirkpatrick, T Senf, Henry
Coburn. J C Klein, A Sharp, A G
Cole, Hunttr Kline, E W Smith, 0 M
Connor, G D Kohene, Henry Smith, II G
Cook, Otto Lamb, Jacob Smith, L D
Copper, Wm L inder, G E Snyder, E
Corbia, Robert Lingdon& Jones £peidel, ohn
-wo, Cha* Lartain, AC" Spia...la, Joso
Cull. David I.iu^h-iji, J C 8) Irannls, Leon
l»ajr?i;t:, GA Luiz, Francisco Stone, tl S
l>.-",vtt, A Love, J H Sutton, J J
D.uvv, Thos Lyon, W s Sullivan. Dennis
Dawson,"C II McCarthy, J J Taylor, WWJr :
Davidson, W E McCurdy, A M Taverner, Geo
De Golia, G E McDonald, R - Teates, G\V
Dennisen, John McDonald, D II Thomas, Ueo
Denainore, F McDonald, 811 Tr.niu-vs, J F
De Younir, C F MeGowan, JD J Towle, Caps Jaa
Derrick, T F McGreeor, John ■«'»!!. G B
Dougl»sj, CII MeLaoe. JII Ward, JII
B'enhofcr, Geo Mason, R B Waterbury, C D
Elliott, '..■■> Mazzini; L Weber, ililth
EwaM, Edvr Meacham, W Wetb, Geo
rarity, A-. Miller, A.I. m Weil, M
Finlay. .1 s Miller, Walter White, RAG
Field, TV to Morrilli, Madeira Wilson, w T
Flowers, Ed ; Morgan, H O Wixon, J L
Forbes, Chas Morrow, Robert Wolff, S
Forde, W J Matt, Hon T D Woodbury, JJ '
Fr.nk. J Mulgrew. F B Wright, X D
Kiyette, FVT Meyer, Henry Wri;ht,|V>- H
Jifforn, D U .\iles, Wm 'WycoS Jia ■ •■'■■■■
3ibbs&Co Oakliff, Chas
:',■' ■ HI3CELLAKEOC3.
Agents of Emerson, Fisher & Co j
. ' : " r.'-'i W. C. HOPma. Postmaster.
| BUSINESS CABDS. J
DE. HATCH,
OFFICE M 1 STREET.— HOURS: 9
j \Jf a. M. and 12:30 to 2P. M. jalfl-lf
BEMOTED. *
C CHARLES T. JONF.3 AND ED. It MA.RTIN,
/ Attorneya-at-Lav and Notiriei Public, have
removed their office to No. 0-7 I street, between \
Sixth and .Seventh, la2l-4plm ;
E. ci:«u(;« i'SJLUT,
I milK LEADING MERCHANT TAILOR, NO. 529
JL J strest, between Fifth and bixth. Choice
! line of French and Ensign Goods to EelfCt from.
All work guaranteed, trices lower than any other
I home. . ja-2t-4plm
ttK3.PF.TEn ZICHAKIAS,
MIDWIFE.-GII.».DOATE OF THE UNI
versity LTinc-iu-Hoipital of Berlin. Rest-
deuce, Masonic Baildini:, Sixth and X streets.
1 j.-.-.'O-lni* ,
1536. F. FOSTER, IK9.
BOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER AND BLANK
nook llanulacfircr, No. S3 J street, between
Third and Fourth, Sacramento. j.v:Q.4ptt
DX. V«.itL.ICE A. BKI«CS
' TTAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE AND KE-I-
-1"! ' dance to Dr. G. L. Simmons' BuilJi."(f, J
i (met, between Second and Third. Office hour,: 8
i to 9 A.M., in. a to - r n.,_!!iid C^to Sr.M. Jal3 tf
En.\Eß BUOB.,
TMPORTEKS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
3 fine Brandies, Wines and Kentucky Whiskies.
Vents Of the real Chris. Schroeder's Nbrdhaeuser
Whisky, and of the genuine Imported Culmbachtr
Ec-r No. 1009 Fourth street, Sacramento.
■ d25-iplm
' U. E. ALIXAMI'ti,
AXTOBNET-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office: Northeast corner of J end Fourth
street*, Sacramento. ja3-4plm
"~ W!H. CITTE-NBERCEK,
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDER AND MA-
chiniet. Castings and Machinery of all kinds
made to order at the lowest prices. Guttenberger's
Horse Powers the best and cheapest, made. Corner
of Front and N streets. Sole manufacturer of the
California Giant Quartz Mill. d>S-4nTin
~^ C. H. KBEKS »t CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS,
Glass. Varnishes, Brashes, Wall Paper, Window
Shades and Wax Flower Goods, Pictures, MoMins*.
Painters' and Artists- Material, No. 623 J. and 100b
Seventh street, Sacramento, C.U. d2c - 4 P"
W. A. HI«1ISON, 31. »..
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON"
Office, southwest corner of Seventh and J
streets in Bry «'s new building, r.p stairs. Rest
donee, southeast corner of Seventh and N streets,
Sacramento. Office hours : Ito 3 and 6toBr. v.
j d25-4i>lni ;
E. i. BILLINGS A. CO..
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
in Fine Brandies, Wines and Liquors. Agt-nts
for Dr. JaSs's Celebrated Cinchona Bitters ; also,
agents for Litton Sprincs Seltzer Water, Sonoma
county, California. No. 11l X street, between I ourth
and Fifth. u25-4plma
uTJ. ROOT. ILS\. >.»li.- •:■. i- DRIHCUI..
root, maMi •* co.,
UNION FOUNDRY-IRON AND BRASS
Founders and Machinists, Front street, be-
.ween N andO. Oastingl aad Machinery of every
dcjcription made to order. <ia4-4plm
CAPITAL ALK TAE LTS,
-R.TO. (X .1, AND THIRD AND J STREETS.
1^ Hot Lunch daily from 11 A. M. to 1 o'clock p
M. Tin- Host of Li<|tiora and Cigars. _",/,;*;.„_
dl3-4;)lm BOWERS & LONGABAICiH.
JAMES HeOtnVßt
MANUFACTURER OF IRON DOORS, SHUT-
ifi ters, Railing 3, Grating, Honso-work and
Ulacksmithinjrin general, No. 148 X street, between
Fiith and Sixth Secondnand Doors for sale
d22-lptf
_„ ir. k. K.\H;:iTB,
/NOBUEB OF FRONT AND L STREETS
\j ilishcst price for Hides, Sheep Ptlts and
Tallow. Supplies Butchers with Salt, Paper, latest
mproved Sausage Machines, Sf.iffsrK, Lard Presses,
Etc. Prompt cash returns n:udo for all consisrn-
ments. dl»-4ptf
j oahl: « '■ enow.
CAHLE A CROLT,
. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, ARE PRE-
\j pared to do all kinds of work in their me, in
"city or country. Principal place of business, Sacra-
mento. Shop, 82 Sccsud street, between X and L.
Pout-office Box, 410, Sacramento. d!6-4ptf
BOCA BEEB.
THE ONLY LAGFR BEKR BREWED ON THE
Pacific coast eqaai to me nest imported, at
GIIUHLER'S, 152 J street, between Fifth and Sixth.
Also, the best of Liquor* and Cigars. dl6-lmtp
J.;ii.iD iIAYMOND. DARWIN C. ALLBa
HAY.IIO.M> A AU.EX,
A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
±\_ Office in Quinn's new building, corner of
fourth and J streets (up stairs). Sacramento, ja7-4p
JILIJS STRITZ.
SUCCESSOR TO FOX & STRUTZ, IMPORTER
and Wholesale Dealer in Wines and Liquors,
No. 41 I street, Sacramento. Sola agent for Fa-Ik's
Milwaukee Beer. ill«-4plm
A. B. NIXON, 31. D.,
SURGEON-IN-CHIEF CENTRAL PACIFIC
Railroad Hospital. Ollice, No. 006 J street,
over Gojrimrs* dnijr store. Reeidenre, No. 920 M
j street. Visits Railroad Hospital daily at 9:30 A. K.
(114 4plm
GROVE L. JOHNSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAV, — OFFICE, FIFTH ST.,
J\_ betwf«sn I and J. Residence, No. 207 1
street, between Seventh and Eighth. i'lo-4r»lro
»K. G. A. WHITE.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.— OFFICE,
southeast corner Sixth and J streets, over
Hell & K«lliker's Dru; Store. OiUce hours : DA. M ;
2t04p.M.;7 to 8 P. M. llcoidence — N street,
between Seventh add Eighth. do-lni
T. B. MeFAULASfO,
4. TTORNEY AT LAW— OFFICE, SOUTHWEST
J^ * corner of J and Fourth streets. Residence.
II street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth. !'-!:-
-3U33 1. J. Zii:z."..OK(i. 31. ».,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN— OFFICE AND
residence, Nathan building, corner of Seventh
md I streets. OlEco nours, 8:30 A m., 2 to 4
and 7 to 8 P. M (11-4plm
E. R. V, '.:-.■-■.
j' eoislative AND court STKNOORAPIIEU
_J Office in Ueoobs-Umos BuHdlng. Orders for
any kind of shorthand work promptly attended to.
Fifteen years' experience. Residence, No. 1,507
Tenth street, near O. aplf>-4i>tf
R. n. PETTir.
NO. 65 X STREET, BETWEEN SECOND
and Third, Cigar Manufacturer, and wholesale
md retail dealer in Havana Cigars, Chewing and
I Smoking Tobacco, Gilt Edge Fine Cat Showing To-
j win. Yin«». etc je3-4plro
MISOELLMEOUS.
THE GREAT emlish~eemedy
Mtfttg*^!S r A' v l-j'^tfefe?«.^3 Is a never-failing Cure
fis^A3S£slffi!^«S3 for Nervous Debility.
WS*9r — -^"'^V 1 -'^ ' ■■' 'ustedVll lity.Sem-
S*T'V-/'^T^N "TjJB iinl Weakness, Sperms-
( £s<' ~~ '-A 'feHlt"'Tl"'-». '■°' >T MAS -
HI ' VfyZ— ■■ ■'■■'<'' >^ii "' "'»•>. Impotency,
i^«l'' -/i-^&^m •'»'"»•' sis, a nd all the
lW>\ ..i .re '/<i'P**L-*oil3 tcrr!u le effects of Self-
)&b\*' C i'JQ : AUU9e - J'cuthful follies.
r&£^'-^M^i!?W&s~j'Ji and excesses in maturer
[email protected]^^is^£^^«^^» years— such as Loss of
■J^^-T/Hr^Tt^^Bc Memory, Lassitude, Noc
'i\Sr---igj^J»A T Jit^Sl i^W '••■•■;: 'i Emission, Aver-
sion to Butnetv, LHmneas of Vision, Noises in the
Head; the vital fluid passing unobserved in the
urine, and many other diseases that lead to insanity
and death.
DR. JirVTIE will ajree to forfeit Five linn-
<lrcd Dwllan for a case of this kind the VITAL
BKS niBATITU (under his special advice and
treatment) will not cure, or for anything impure or
injurious found in it. DC. Mtxi'li: treats all
Private Diseases successfully without mercury.
Consultation (rye. Thorough examination and
advice, including analysis of urine, $5. Price of
Vitnl KcKloratlve. $3 a bottle, or four times the
quantity, £10. Sent to any address up.n the
receipt of price, or C. O. D.. secure from observ. -
tion, and in private name if desired, by
A, E. MINTIE, M. D.,
Ko. 11 Kearny St., San Francisco, Cal.
- f>R. MIXTIE'S KIDXEV REMEDY,
M l'lliti;r:i rw. cures all kinds of Kidney and
B'addir Complaints, Gonori hooa. Gleet, Leucorrhoea,
For sale by all druggi-its ; 91 a bottle, six bottles
for S"«5.
£3" nit. hivtm: in>i>itin\ ruts
arc the best a>d cheapest iH'i'iiMi and
■111 .HH's cure in the market. For sale by all
dniir^ist*. Jas9 tf
DR. SALFIELD'^
REJUVENATOR 63
CURES WITH UNFAILING CER-
/ tainty Nervous and Physical Debilit ,
Seminal Weakness, Spermatorrhoea,
Exhiusted Vi ality and LOSS OF MANHOOD, from
whatever cause produced. IT ENRICHES AND
PURIFIES THE BLOOD, strengthens the Nerves,
Brain, Muscles, Libation, Reproductive Orpine,
and Physical and Ment*l Faculties. It stops any
natural debilitating drain upon the system, pre-
vtntin£ involuntary losses, debilitating dreams, etc.
It is a sure eliminator o' all KIDNEY and BLAD-
DER COMPLAINTS. To those suffering from the
effects of youthful indiscretions or excess, a speedy
cure ii guaranteed. Price, S." 50 per bottle, or live
; bottles in case, with full directions and advi -c, 810.
Sent secure from observation to any address upon
receipt of pnee or C. O. D. To be had only direct
of DX. SALFIELD, No. 30 KEARNY .STREET, San
Francisco, Cal. Communications strictly confi-
dential. Consultations by letter or at office,
FREE. Office hours, 10 to 3 and 6toBP. M.
Sundays, from 11 to 1 only. JaS-4ptf
GROVER & BAKER
SEWING mk;iiw>:
IWILL SELL, TO CLOSE THE STORE, MY
j stock of
Grover it Biker Lock and Elastic Stitch
Machines, : f r :>v-
AT $5 PER PIECE CASH.
tar Must be «old br Tore Saturday. "EH
H. TAUBENHEIMEB,
: \e. 511 J street, betwrrn Flftta and Sixtb.
ja29 2t
BED house trade union,
i
WE WILL DO IT,
BECAUSE
WE SAID WE WOULD!
AFTER THIRTY PATS HARD TOIL, WE
have completed our yearly inventory, and
each Department has had in share of reduction.
ALL
DRESS GOODS, FLANNELS,
CLOTHS, ETC.,
i!AVE BEEN
MARKED DOWN
And a NEW PRICE placed on ererv article, in
plain, large red figures.
Oil
FANCY GOODS DEPARTMENT
Off«rs goods at prices to enable a quick sale.
o r.B
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
lIEPAIITMIST
CAS r.F. SEEN— MANY A JOB LOT TO CLOSE.
081
BOOTS AND SHOES
Are Hew and : ■ r- !i. and bongul at tlic old
prices, not a rent advance its jet.
DUE HAT DEPARTMEST
Comprises anything in the way of HATS,
iST FROM 10 CENTS TO $5. "E»
OUR CLOTHING!
A3 you see the people walking the streets, w^h
their Fine .Suits and Genteel Fits, speaks
we'll of this Department.
IST And in order to get our3elva3 afloat
to make room for our SPRIN3 TRADE, we
shall offer Inducements to make a quick,
ready sale.
Our Price List, of 50 pages,
Giving full particulars of j»ur prices and description
of goods, is now ready for distribution, which is
free to all on application. People at a distance can
keep posted, and see the difference in prices to what
our price is and of those keeping store at cross
roads and way-stations.
t-T Any Information given. Samples of
Good* tent to any address.
DIRECT ALL LETTERS:
Red House
SACBAMESTO CAL.

NEW YARD AND NEW ' STOCK.
UST. L. DEBW & GO,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LUMBER DEALERS,
CORNER OP SECOND AND M STREETS.
&r Constantly on hand the finest assortment of all kinds of LUIICEP. AND BUILDING MATERIALS
n this eoist. We defy competition. J!^'. „". ,
fubnitueje;, bedding, ETC.
CLOSING OUT.
AS I INTEND TO P.ETir.K FROM BUSINESS,
1 offer my stock of
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
•WALL PAPER, CURTAINS, ETC.,
—^AT— —
COST 2POK. O.A.SSIKE-
tST Persons indebted to mo will please tall and
settle their accounts at once.
H. TAUBENHEIMER,
X«. 514 J street, bet. Fflta and 81xtb.
ja3-4plm
W. D. COMSTOCK,
KAND FIFTH XT.nnfuptlirpr-^ A —
am! Importer, oilers his
IAK«EASDSEti:<TKDSTOfU i^*^-
Or Farnilnre, for rash, a lower prices i
than any oilier house.
jt2T OKDKRS rKOMntT VIMBD.
d26-4plm W. P. COMSTOCK.
FURNITURE,
— AT— —
VAN HEUSEN & HUNTOON'S
NO. SOI 3 STREET;
Prices alwry the Lowest and the Beat Assortment.
d2l-tf
CAPITAL FURNITURE COMPANY,
■AHDFACniKBBS.
THE CHEAPEST AND P-ESTgh,,^,,^
place to purchase Funiif'.re in Ttm%^£i}>r; v'
the State. "We stand for HOUR
LABOII against IMPORTATIONS." Zfcr»*-r-
-tST Special inducements to the Traie. CAPITAL
FUUMTUKE COMPANY, No. ITS street, fi^Ta-
mento. ; .• .- r ; ;.;; . nJB-a
MABKETS. ~
-— —
FULTON ®^^g MARKET,
conxEK rirTa axd k stkfxts.
Ocr codk :
"LIVE AND LET LIVE!"
WE n.WE ENTIRELY RENOVATED OUR
markft In all 111 departments, and claim
that we h%ve the most spacious and complete market
in this city.
Our Meat Stall is stocked with the best in the
market
Our Fish Stall is supplied with Mountain Trcut,
Salt and Fresh Water Fish, Clams, Mussels, Eastern
Ovstcrp, etc.
Our Riipplyof Poultry, Wild Game, Butter, Cheese,
E?rj. Vegetable*, and everything that makes up a
complete market, is second to none in the State.
We have an extra delivery wagon at our door all the
1 time to deliver special orders at a moment's notice.
NiiTK. — We have made arrangements to have a
TELEPHONE put in for the convenience of our
customers. £3T Country orders solicited.
LONGTON & ANTHONY.
ja!7-4plm
JACOB ARNOLD,
DKALKR If fr^Tl
KB II ATS OF ALL KINDS.
it r" f * California llama. Pork, Lard, Bacon, Sa:i3affcs.
Smoked Beef, etc., at lowest market rates, corner
Second and ,V streets. jall-4ptf
PHENIX MARKET,
X STREET, BET. THIRD AND FOUTtTII,
THE CHOICEST MEATS OK ALL KINDS.
jaC 4plm L. IF. TODHUNTEtt. Proprietor.
NEW YORK MARKET,
.Vortltc.ist Corner or Tenth and X Street*.
A LARGE SUPPLY OF THE <:«««-«>-,
J_\ choicest kinds i.i Fresh nnd Salt :^i-i^r-)
I Meats always on hand, delivered free to Jf]f
uy part of the ci.v. mfltmJf
JaG-4plm I M. F. 0HK1.1,.
CHRIS. WEI3EL & CO.-
Son. 218 and 220 If street, Near Eighth.
BUTCHERS AND PORK PACKERS. tiPrtgA,
Choice Hams, Bicao, Lard, Mcss'K^Jh^
Pork, Clear Pork, Pigs' Feet, Spare Bibs, JByjt-r.-
at lowest market price. Highest price paid for
grain-fed Hoga. dUMptl
US' O "a? 3C C? ES U
5< TTAVIXO ESTARGED « _
d&ftP 1 i ■ I 1 our i.Ui'Oof '.' mc --, '4^ti.
l&££i<i''\ ■' now & yes us greater fa- I«Bi.^
■«MAiirnni c jji t j es thati ever for fl ' - t i ; ***' ■ '*■*
country orders.
We at all times carry a large assortment of all
kinds of produce: BUTTER, EGGS, CUhESE, FISH
and GAME. '
Our POULTRY YARD will always bekeptstocked
with the Choicest Poultry in the State
The FISH STALL will always be supplied with
all kind* at Fresh and Salt Water Fish, Crabs,
Lobsters, Shrimps, Clams and Oysters.
We will also receive weekly, direct from Balti-
more, FRESH SELECTED OYSTERS.
We also carry, at all times. Dried French Prunes,
Nuts and Beans of all varieties, and all kinds of
Canned Goods.
/3T Orders from the country will be promptly
filled. '
D. DEBEkNARDI & CO.,
So*. 308 and 310 X street Sacramento
Ja22 lm
CALIFORNIA
Artificial Stone Paving
COMPANY
(SCHIUINCER'S PATENT),
For Sidewalk*, Garden Walk*. . Corri-
dors. Offices, Carriage Drive*. Archer,
; Stable and Cellar Floor*, Kitchens, Etc.
OFFICE:
402 Montgomery Street, San Francisco,
Room 5. .
' — ■■
f.. GOODMATf, • - • - . Manager.
rr^HE COURTS nERE AND IN* THE EAST
I have decided that Artifki Stone Pavements,
with plastic concrete, and in detached blocks, are
infrinzementj of the SCHILLINGER PATENT;
and also, when the plastic material is blocked off
wi*.h the trowel and cut through far enough to con-
trol the caching caused by thrinkjce, tbat such
pavement U in law the same as if laid in detached
block?, and is an infringement of the patent.
1 £7* Sample of oar work can be seen a
Sacramento State « :i;ili-.1. .
■■.-■■- -■ -; ]13-lßl4p ' ■-■■-;■••
M.4EIH.K WOKIU,
WILLIAM BOYNE & CO.
(icccusom 10 lonci k mm),
Mo. 404 X itroat, Sacramento.
REAL ESTATE 8, INSURANCE
JOHN T. CAREY,
REAL ESTATI2 AND INSURANCE AGENT,
9%j Conveyancer and Notary Public. Rents- Col-
lect* d and Loans Negotiated. City and Country
Property Bought and Sold on Commission, at
reasonable rates Houses to let, Stores to let,
( /Hires to let. Improved and desiraMc Building
LotH fur sale at bargain*, and on easy terms. Farms
for sale in Yolo, Solanoand buttc counties. Manager
of the Sacramento Branch of the Home Mutual
Insurance Company, and Agent for reliable Foreign
Insurance Companies. Oiflce, No. loot) Fourth
street, Sacramento. j*2o-4plm
HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE CO.
C : . OF CALIFOEMA.
Capital Asset * $000,000.
.T. F. HorGHTON . . . . , President
CHARLES B. &TORY Secretary
Sacramento Department.
Office, No. 1000 Fourth street, Sacramento tity.
Sri'UKHSOnS:
''' D. W. EARL, G. W. CLARK,
C. W. CROCKER.
| JOHN* T. CAREY. ...;.'......... Manager.
AU J. WETZLAU HAVING RESIGNED THE
: a management of the Home Mutuil Insurance
I Company of 1 alifornia, JOHN I. CAREY has been
! appointed this day. A continuance of the liberal
patronage cf the property owners of Sacramento,
which has been heretofore extended t3 the well-
known and reliable Company,isrc3pcctfallyso!icited
by the officers of the Company, and
J. T. CARET, Jlanag-cr.
H. 11. BIOKLOW, GcDeral Agent.
Sacram-nto. January 12. 1830. _ jal3-4rlm
EDW. CADWALAPKiI. .' CITAS. R. PARSONS.
CADWALADER & PARSONS
(Successors to Edw. Cadwalader),
I>EAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
\j X«. Cl J BTBEET.
tS' Real l'6tate Doui'ht and Sold on Commission.
AGENTS FOR TUB
UNION OF SAN FKANCISCO,
ROYAL,
HAMBrno-r,nEMi:K,
NORWICH, ONION AND LANCASHIRE FIR
INSURANCE COMPANIES; and the
MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. OF NEW YORK.
il'3-4ptf
IEOMA3 L. ACOCK. _ »LMIKJ sl'I.SbS.
SPINKS & ACOCK.
T>EAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
OKnes:
NO. 403 J STBEET SACKAMLXTO.
d!3-<ptf
THE PACiFJC MUTUAL LIFE
TKBDBANCK COMPANY OF' CALIFORNIA
nous OTncs, No. 41 Skcond BTKIiBT, SACRAIIISTO.
CAPITAL BRANCH.
J W. R. STRONG Vice President
S GEORGE M. MGTT Secretary
I DU. W. 11. BALDWIN Medical Examiner
At aje of 35, upon the low rate plan, the cost of
$5,000 iu3uran_c is but 23 cents per day.
Over $t,50<»,c00 pnlrt lo Policy Holders
au<i their IleprcscnlnllveK.
t3" Policies issued upon all the approved p'.ans.
Jl-jptf ■■■■*:.'?.!:.
W. P. COLEMAN,
EAL TATE SALESROOM, 89 J STREET
iJtal Estate Eocght A gold on Commission.
Agent for the
I.IVERPOOT, AND LONDON AND GLOBE,
FIREMAN'S FUND OF SAN FBANCI3OO
FIP.F, COMPANTEB.— AIso the
H. T. LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. dl-4plm
_ MEDICAL. •
TO THE UNFORTUNATE 1
DEJaBOrSDISEIISAET,
G2.T Kecruy Sf., San FrancUeo.
<^— =>». Eetiblishcil in ISM, to
jdf' 5^V "* e trc - "nt of Scxu
/? sz^fZ^ -SiA an 'l Samiii»l diseases
rjA > —^-—^ C^i'Si mich as Gonorrhea, Gleet.
/V'giSTtiC^^J'Ais Strictures, Syphilis ins!'
/■W^7^^^i : M ita iorms > ScmSaii Went
WM n :^S.Jr! i;e¥, lin potency, Si ; i
£$'vL J %'y .•'■jftjv^Y Diseases, etc., perrpa-
'v* "A^-A-i^* .jfe- f 's\nentlycurcdornocbirg6
$te.\X* / r i£^f-^V^'% \ Seminal Emissions, thi
"' : W^.' " ! sequsnceofeeL'-abi^e
•^S^SsS^>^i^^iisS"iTlus solitary vice or dc
-V>^Si?l^:S!s[-.^i;:'i""edscx-.ialir..iulseucc
is practiced by the vouih of both sexes t(
an almost unlimited extent, producing with un-
erring certainty the following train of mortic
symptoms, unless coisbatcd by sclcntifle modi-
cal measures, viz. : Sallow countenance, , dirt
spots urder the eyes, pain in the held, ringing ir
the ears, noise like the rustlin? of leaves and r. I
tlin<r of chariots, uneasiness abb« the loins, -sreali
ness of the limbs, confused vision, blunted intellect
loss of confidence, diffidence in approaching etmn '
(rcrs, a dislike a form new aeiiuaintances, di?p-J6i
tion to shun society, loss of memory, hectic noshes,
pimples and various eruptions about the fate
furred tongue, fetid breath, coughs, consumption
night sweats, monomania and frequent insanity.
CURED AT HOME.
Persons at a distance may be cured at homo by 3 -
dressing a letter to DR. GIMSON, statin: cat,
symptoms, lcnifth of lime the disease has continued,
and have medicir.es promptly forwarded, free frcn;
damage and curiosity, to any part of the country,
with full and plain directions. By inclosing tan dol
lars in registered letter, through the Poat-oinee, el
through Wells, Fargo & Co., » package of mediant
will be forwarded to any part of the Union. Plea*
gay you saw this advertisement in the Kxcoiu)
ami. Address, - DR. J. F. GIBBON.
Ja2J-4ptf Box 1.957 San Francisco
DR. SPINNEY & co,
OF NO. II KEARNY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO,
Treat all Chronic and Special Dlseaites.
' yoi m; sin
WHO MAY BE SUFFERING FROM THI
effects of youthful follies or indiscretion,
will do *•) i to i. vail themselves of this, the greatest
boon ever laid at the altar of suffering humanity.
DR. SPINNEY will guarantee to forfeit JSCO fci
every case of Seminal Weakness or Private Disease
of any kind or character which he undertakes and
fails to cure
-.ii:>m.r- JIEV.
There are many at the age of thirty to sixty wbt
are troubled with too frequent evacuation of the
bladder, often aocompauied by a slight smarting or
burning sensation, and a weakening of tho system in
a manner the patient cannot account for. On exam- -
ining the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often
be found, and sometimes small particles of albuascr
will appear, or the color will be of a thin milki.-h
hue, again changing to a dark and torpid appearance.
There are many men who die of this difficulty, igno-
rant of the cause, which is tne second stacc of sem-
inal weakness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure
In all such cases, and a healthy restoration of the
genito-urir-ary organs.
Office hours— lo to 4 and Cto 8. Sunday frets
10 to 11 A. M. Consultation free. Thorough exam-
ination and vivicc, $6. Call or address
I»R SI-IVM.V <ft CO.. i
No. 11 Kearny street, San Francisco.
P. S. — private diseases of short standing, afull
courts of medicines, sufficient fr.r a cure, with all
instructions will be Kent to any addrecs for $10.
mrtS-4t)stawirrWThFtf ■ j
TO HOUSEKEEPERS. :
P. A. li 1 U.Vi.'.i *TE4!H • tltri: « i:i. ITIVC
: MACMBfIB, ;
0 street, bet Thirteenth and Fourteenth, j
I WOULD ' RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO
the residents of Sacramento that I am again in
the Can et Cleaning Bu-iae» at the old stand, and
that I have no connection with any other firm. I
am prepared Vo in all work pertaining to horge-
renovating, such as the Cleaning of Carpet J . Lace I
Curtains done up as good v new. I will titan I
Carpets from motha and dust, and with less wear J
than any machine in the State. I cm refer to the I
F. P. S. fur my work. Orders left t any of the I
Carpet Stores, or at my residence. No. 101 P street; I
will be promptly attended to. P. A. BYRNE, 0
street, bet. Thirteenth and Fourteenth. - Ja9-4plia 1
RAIIKOADS, STEAMERS, LTO.
Central Pacific Railroad, j
Cocincsclns Sunday, January 23, 1880, .■
A.\D nan ruautw kotics
TRAlil AKD BOATS WILL HEAVE 3AC2A.«N" 0
.-. &a rot-Lows :
,« ,•> A A.M.— (Sra lays cxceptoJ}— Aecomr*rt'a-
■*.»>*/ da'inn Train m llarysvillc, Bad Bli and |
Beddtng.
• I" A. (Da-'.-. V- -Overla-iil . Emigrant,
*s* jcl* Frehrht Rid A*?rc>?ntr.n H*.'.on Train.
T.i)(i A. S«.— (Daily)— l'aeiflc Express, via D.iv's
i : »\/ ad Benicia, for San Francisco. - Connects I
(Sundays tsxcepuii; at Davis with aci.i - !
• (tattoo Train to wo ■■ , Williams and
Willows. Connects daily at sui-mn foi |
Vallejo, and vi.i Nap.i Junction for C&lis-
tc^'a (stages fur the Geysers).
I«VV^ ■*■ »»•— V"f M «*"» Un;r»*Jter tspac j
ivii/v tioibJc, Sundays exempted)— Steamer for
San Francisco, touching it way ports j
on tbe Bmetaznentn rivn-.
10.-JA P. M.- (Daily)— Local Passenger Train
• il" f or Stockton, Tracy, Livermore. Kites,
Oakland and San Franc sco. Connect*
at Gait for lone, »ad at Nilcs for ban
Jose.
1.J.1 AY. M (Sundays exoepted)— Local Fa*-
,„ . 1 V sender Train for I uvK Benicia an. l San
Francisco. Connects at Stiißiin for Vallejo
and (via Napa Junction) for Calistoga.
JOt^JA •*• M.— (Sundays rxc ptcd) -Passenger
J.rSit>VTra<n for Day s and Woodland. COO-
nects at Woodland for Williams and
■Willows.
it 1 A P. (Diily) At a- tic Evrre-* for Col-
-.•flv lax, r-.o (Carson and V rginia), Battle
Mountain (Austin;, PalisaJc (Eureka),
O^-dt-n, Oman* ano East.
>)i>*>n »*• 51. -(Daily)— Oregon Express for
ii:4v M?rysville. Cliico, Ked Bluff «nd ßudlHng
(stages for Po tiand, Ore? n). - •
•>••*/! I*- M.— (Sontla s executed >— Locil Ac-
ri,O\f commodat.on Train to Lithrop. Connects
with the Arizona lSxiires* for Merced,
Jladera (Yosemite and TAg Tieesl, Xlojave,
' Hawhall (San Uuenaveuiura and Santa
Barbara), Lo3 Angclo3, SjjiU Monic-,
»v loiingion, Santa Ana (San Dies ),
Coltou (San ! c nardino), Yuma (Colorado
river steamers) Maricopa (slant «• r
Pliasnix and Frcscott), and Casa Grm-ie
(BUwres for Florence, Tucson and "3c mo-
st r.e). ileepiriir an between. Lithrup,
Los Angeles and Yuma. .
3.SA P. M.-(Daily>- Local raancr.etr Train
tit v for Davis, Benicia anil San Francisco.
T.l X P. M.— isim.l^ys execpted)— rasscn? r
iW Train to Davig, Woodland and Knl.h I
Landicß. " •„ ..... .
o,»A V. SI.- (Sundays excepted)— > irpnia
•U V t'ity Express for Auburn, Colfax, Trucki o
a. d Reno. Connects vita Virginia and
Trucks.- iU'lr/ d for O run i nd Virginia.
Sleeping Car from Sacramento to Carson.
l\- f l(\ 1». 51.— (Daily)— Westward, Emv.-r*. t
•/iOV Train, vii Davis and for San t'rar •
cis'-i. .
A. N. TOWNE General Superintend* > t
T. 11, GOODIIAN Oen'l Paes'r and Ticket Agent
Ja.'Mrtf
CHANGE OF TIME.
Sacramento & Placerville Railroad,
__g^___i_^_^^
On and after Wednesday, Ore. 31, 1879,
nrrn. FURTHER NOTICX,
Trains will run as follows, daily , except Sundayi :
Lc.ive Sacrameuto for Folsoin, Latrobo
and Shingle Springs 7:01 A. M
Lowe Sacramento for Folscm 4:00 P. M
Leave .Sl:i«;;Ii! Springs for Latrobc, Fol-
som and Sacramento 10:35 A. M.
Leave Latrobe for Folsom aud Sacra-
mento 11:19 P. M.
' Leave Kolnom for Sacramento 7:00 A. M.
Leave Folsom for Sacramento 12:-0 P. M.
,17-tf J. B. WKIQHT. a::n'i..
FOR PORTLAHD AND ASTORIA,
. _,_ THE ORECCN STEAMSHIP COM-"
PACIFIC COAST STEAM-
■^v__rn k^Jt*sliip Company will dispatch cvei-j
"^^_^___3_Qve days, for the above ports, one ut
tj oir New A 1 Irou Steamships, viz.': -
OREGON, GEORGE W. ELDER
AND
STATE OF CALIFORNIA.
SAILING DAYS
Jnnnri (1880) .i, 7, 13. IT, 1"., 27
Icurnary...... I, 6, 11, IC, .1. •.«
AT 10 0 CLOCK A. H.,
Connecting at Portland, Oregon, with Steamers and
llailroaos and their connecting Ntiv-e lines for a;;
points in Oregon, Waahinpton and Idaho Territories,
Uritish Columbia and Alaska
K. VAN OTF.REXDOUP. Arent O. 8. S. Co., No
210 Cattery street, Sun Francisco, Cal.
GOODALL, PERKINS & CO.,
Afrcnts V. C. S. S. Co., No. IS Market street. Pan
Francisco my3tf
HOTELS TnD EESTAUBANT&
EBNER'S HOTEL.
NOS. 1R AND 20 X STREET, BETWEEN FRONT
and Second, Sacramento. Prices to suit the
times. Board, £4 per week. Heals, 23 eeata.
Lodging, 25 to 50 cent**.
CIIAS. DEITIUCII & JULIUS RUMP.
Ja?9-j|>lm Proprietors.
WESTER?! HOTEL.
"jVTOS 41, 43, 15, 47, 4!) AND 61 X STREET,
_L^ Sacramento, ill orrja.
This well known hou^e haa bce:i newly rornl'hcd
Every department haa been made complete. It hs»
100 veil ventilated single rooms, and some 60 . ; la •
didly furnisheS rooms for families. Terms per u-y :
Board and I'.oom, ?1 to 83; 2feala,2s rents, I'ne
Coach to the hotel. [ja7] Wit. LAJTD. Pmnriotor.
LANSING'S '■
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL.
THE UNDERSIGNED ANNOUNCES TO THE
public that lie has purchased the property on
X street, between Third and Fourth, Sacramento,
known as'the "International Hotel, "and refurnished
and refitted tin the best of style for the accommo-
dation of the public The rooms and beds, for com-
fort and neatness, cannot be surpassed by any simi-
lar establishment in this city, and the table shall
always be supplied with all that th" market affords.
A liar, supplied with none but pood liquors, is kept
in connection with the Hotel. His friet da are in-
vited to give him a call. Terms reasonable. ■
JaS-lf JAS. LANSINC.
ARCADE HOTEL
SECOND STREET, BETWEEN J AND X, SAO
ramento.
<12ltf TITOS. GTJTXFAN, Proprietor.
MECHANICS' EXCHANGE.
DEUTSCUES OASTIL\US, SOB. 18, 20 AND £S
I street, betweeu Front aDd Second, S^cr*-
mento. Meal*. 2> rrn.it; Rctls. '■"> < ■-. i.i ..
__d_2-« JACOB SClT'.rin. Proprietor.
TONEY'S
(g% /O OYSTER & CHOP HOUSE, _ C~y~O
Ko - C1 Tdird strkkt > £S s : '?__t
>^«^ Between J and X, west side tSC^*
Newly refitted. Private Rooms for Famine*.
Eastern and California OYSTERS La every stylo
->--% dS-tplm
TREMONT HOTEL
J STREET BETWEEN FRONT AND SECOND,
Sacramento
The House newly furnished throughout. Larjre.a'r;
roams, (loud board and clear water. Prices moderate
dti-lmlp P. ISKYDINO. Proprietor.
CRESCENT CITY HOTEL.
T;he ABOVE hotel has beenttiorougiilt
repaired, renovated and refurnished. Table
Tint cl:iss. Best aeosßtmodation for families.
Meals, 25 cents. Kooms from *2- i cenU to $1. Bar
and billiard rooms connected with the house,
dj-lm J. E. DIXON, pioprietor.
CABRIAGES, HABNISS, BTG.
PIONEER LIVERY STABLE.
T. D. SCRIVER Proprietor
TTACKS ON CALL AT ANY HOUR fSjk^
JjL day or r.i^ht. Coupes, Phaetom, £JS3\
Uockaways, Barouches, Buggies, with the^___J
best roadsters to be four.d in any livery stable on the
coast, for hire. Horses kept in livery at reasonable
rates. Gtables on Fourth street, between I and J
f>7.4r>W
CARBIA&ES
Nevada* Urund Cold Mcdnl.n for IBTO, 18*7
1878 ami 1879.
SEVEN GOLD AND SEVEN HU.TO MEDALS
Kin First Class Fremiums for the best
work from the Mechanics' Fair, S»u Frarcisco, >nd
the different State Fairs held in this .State and
Nevada.
HARRY BERNARD,
MANUFACTURER, COR. SIXTH AND LSTREETS,
SACKAnEXTO.
fjr I have on hand and for sale at the lowest
possible prices, the new style of PON V PHAETONS,
the handsomest in the State. Family Carriages,
latest patterns. Neatest Open Envies in the Slate.
l.i,;ht Top Busies. Heavy Top Buggies for moun-
tain use. Farmers' Carriages. Trotting Wagons
and Sulkies, all of mv o«n make. Carriage Paint-
inland Trimainc done at the lowest price. None
but the most experienced workmen employed.
Repairing neatly dune, and all work is warranted.
Call at the Factory anil see for yourself. d3l-lm
a. STOHI a CO. a. a. TAB voomns
R. STONE & CO.,
Manufacturers, Importer* and Wholesale Dealers in :
@3_ Saddles and Harness,
CIADDLERY HARDWARE, CARRIAGK TRIM
O dines, Carriare Koh*«, Horse Clothing, WJiipa
Collars, Leather and Shoe Findings, etc A full lini I
if the beet quality cf Saddlers' and Shoemaker* [
rools. Received first premium at State Fair, 1877 I
tor best Mexican SuM'.ea, best Carriage Harness,
Dest Horse Cellar?, and the Sodetj'l gold medal foi |
ties'. display in the Uc|>artmect. 150 i street, fee
vewi FiWs and Sixth Sacraistnto. ' dM,--lra
AGBICULTUEAL WARES.
BAKER& HAMILTON,
IMPORTERS
WHOLESALE DEALERS
JS
: znoxr.i.-i, axis, colts, .VAXS
gt'EEITS, nmS, lII.\£ES.
KIVET3, SAWS, XCCKS, SCALE*.
FLAXES, CEIXUSTOXES,
OAM»I.i:S>. on.ri:s,
MKFXLBABKOVTS. IWDB,
EOl>£. T»itE.\cnES.
CAPS. SHOT, ITTIEUV,
i:i ::ii\i;, \TIUE, powder,
KAKES, SXATU9, MllUlt,
MIBEtXOTn, FOBKB,
<:uai\' csaqi.es. hoes.
Etc., Etc., Etc
Also, Manufacturers and Agents for ail le«dins
Agricultural Imrlcmcuts and Machines, Each as
STEEL PLOWS,
IRON TLOWS,
GANG PLOWS,
HARROWS, CULTIVATORS,
SEED SOWERS, FAN MILLS,
CIDER MILLS, CORN SUELLERS,
ENGINES, THRESHERS,
MOWERS, REAPERS, ETC., ETC.
OT ACESTS FOB BAIVS ICACO.VS. "-1
SACRAMENTO AND SAN FRANCISCO.
t?T htxd roit CATALQOPtg. mvl-4ptf
MARCUS C. KAWLEY & CO..
Hardware and Azrlrnltural Implement*.
SAN FRANCISCO,
And KO3. 43, 43 and 47 J street Sacramento
ravl'2-lplni
LEGAL NOTICES."
PROBATE NOTICE.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY Of SAC-
pimento In the Superior Court. In tho
matter of tho estate of JOHN KELLY, deceased.
In the Superior Court of the county of Sacramento.
j The People of the State of California, send ereetlDg :
! In pursuance of an order of the Hon. Robert C.
I Clark, Jndse of the Superior Court of the couuty
aforesaid, duly made and entered on the SMh day
of JANUARY, ISbO, not <■■■ is hereby riven thai
MONDAY, the Mb day of FEBRUARY, 1880, at
10 o'clock a. 21. of said day, ft the Court-room, at
Court llou-e, in the enuoty rf Sacramento, has
been appointed as the time and place for bearing
the application of EDWABO A. Mcl ONALD, pray
ing that a dot OHM nt now on file in this Court, pur-
porting to be the last will and testament of JOHN
KELLY, deceased, be admitted to probate, and
that letters ot administration with the will annexed
be issued thereon to EDWARD A. McDONALD, at
which time and place all persons Interested may
appear and contest the fame.
It is further ordered by the Court that notice
hereof be made by publication for ten successive
days in the Sacramento Da'lt Rzcokd-Umo.v, a
newspaper printed and published in Laid Sacra-
mento county.
Witness my hand and the seal of said Court
hereto atßxcd, this 20th day of JANUARY, A. D.
lfeSO.
Iskai..] T. H. EERKEY, Clerk.
• P.v J. 11. PaJUXLL, Deputy Clerk.
P. J. Horrrß, Attorney for Petitioner. *j»27-10t
~ PROBATE NOTICE.
IX THE SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF CALI
fornia, county of Sacramento. In the matter
of the estate of JOHN B. NANNEN, deceased. In
the Superior Court of the county of Sacramento.
The People of the State of California send greeting :
In pursuance of an order . f the Hon. S. C. Dcnson,
Judge cf the SujH.rior Court of the county aforesaid,
duly made and entered on the 17th day of January,
ISSO, notice is her. given that M DA Y, the i.!
day of ISBBTJART. ISbO, at 10 o'clock A. M. of
said day, at the CcHrt-room, at Courthouse, ii.
j the county of Sacramento, has been appointed as
. the lime and place fur l.c:.riic the application of
I Iler.ry Hinders and George Drake, prayircr that a
j document now on file in ibis Court, pnrpoi tint? to be
! the last will and testament of JOHN 11. NANNEN,
deceased, be admitted to probate, ami that letters
' tcHtameiitary be ii- ued thereon to said Henry liindcr*
' and George Dmke, who arc named therein m
| Executors, at which time and place all person*
interested may u[>i''..ir and contest the Buuic.
It is farther ordered by the Court, that notice
hereof be made by publication for tea successive
days in the Daily Record Usumi, a newspaper
I printed and publithed in Bid Sacramento county.
Witness i;.-. hand and the seal of said Court
hereto affixed, this 17th day of. JANUARY,
1 A. D. 1880.
[seal.] T. 11. BEKKET, Clerk.
By J. 11. Pajutkll, Deputy Clerk.
L. 8. Tatlor, Attorney for Petitioners. ja!9-10t
INTERNAL REVENUE SALE.
SALE OF PROPERTY SEIZED FOR VlOLA-
tion of Internal Revenue Laws. I will sell at
i Public Auction, to the highest bidder, for Cash, at
the Collector's Office, Sixth street, between X and I.
streets, Saeraiumto City, at 11 o'clock A. M., Feb-
ruary 2d, the following described property, to wit :
3,4oo Cigars, one package Gin 9.V W. („., one pack-
age Gin 23 W. c;., and 43 gross Matches.
A. 1.. FROST,
jag)- Collector Fourth Di*t. California.
NOTICE.
Lass Office at BACtngtto, Cau, >
January 18, 1880. i
I TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE 1 * THAT THE
! I>l following-named Pettier has filed notice of his
, intention to make final proof in support of his c' aim
; and secure finul entry thereof at too expiration of*
thirty days from the data of this notice, viz.:
On the 17th FEBRUARY, ISSO, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
at this office, Wil DEa W. MONROE, Homi tead
Application No. 552, for the west half of northwest
quarter of section 21, townahfp 11 north, range I
•■ . '. and names the following a^ his witnesses, viz.:
L. C. CHUISM&N and J. L. HALL, of .Sutttr
county. ED. F. T.ViLott, Eegiater.
■ --■■•v- jaU-lni*
PUBLIC LAND SALE.
"JhTOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN THAT IN PURr
J_TI Buarcc of the provU.ons of Section 2,4 m of
the Revised Statutes of the United States, and by
virtue of authority of the Hon. Commissioner of
the General Land Office, contained in letter " 0.,"
dated November 7, IS"!), we will offer at public sale,
at the U. S. Land Office, at Sacramento, California,
OB the 12th diy of FhltKL'AhY, ISSO, at 1 o'clock
I*, s., the following <Jcs ribed tract of land, to wit:
Ihe south half or the southeast quarter of section
twelve (12% township eleven (11) north, raua five
(5) east. Mount Diablo Meridian. Containing, ac-
cording to the official plat on tile in said office,
eighty (SO) acre*.
Witness my hand this 30th day of recruiter,
A. D. 1879.
d3l.tm4p F.DWARD F. TAYLOR, Remitter.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
ESTATE OF H. O. LIVERMORE, DECEASED.
Notice Is hereby (riven by the undersigned,
executor of the estate of 11. G. LIVERMORK, dc
ceased, to the creditors of and all persons bavin;
claims against the (aid deceased, to exhibit them '
with the necessary vouchers, within four months
after the first publication of this notice, to the said
executor of said estate, at the office of the Natoma
Water and Mining Company, in Folsom, the tame
being his place for the trantaction of the business of
the said estate, in the county of Sacramento State
of California. 1IORAT;O P. LIVtRMuRE,
Executor of the (.state of 11. B. liveimorc, de-
ceased.
Dated, at Felseeß, Sacramento comity, CM ,
January 6, 18£0. Ju.9 I»w4wK
"' MISCELLANEOUS. ~
NOTICE.
milE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXIST-
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERF.TOFOPF. EXIST
ins? between HKNRY DEYIIEL and J B.
KhUNKY, under the firm name of "Dethcl &
Keener," is this day DISSOLVED, J. B. hEUNEY
will continue the business, and pay all debts con-
tracted for the firm up to date.
Sacramento, J-im?ry 22, 1850. Ja2fl-St
YEE SOON LUNG & CO.
HAVE ESTABLISHED A GENERAL
«.ro> i-ri anil Provision Store
AT COURTLAND, SACRAMENTO COUNTY.
tS" They will keep a good assortment on hand,
and will sell at the lowest prices. Ja2B<4plw
J. FRANK CLARK,
SUCCESSOR TO CLARK & DAVIS
So*. 19 and 51 Foarth ■%,%•*. J and X,
SACRAMENTO.
Always a ecmplet? stock of l-r.iK-rtaVcrs" Good*
In every style. Special attention given to country
D-(if>r«. at lowest rates d 2 4plm
Sacramento Planing Mill,
SASH AND BLIND FACTORY, CORNER OF
Front and q Btro Sacramento.
Door*. Wlr.ilo'K., Blind*,
Finish of all kinds, Window Framej, Molding? o
sverj* description, and Turning
HARTWELL, KOTCH KISS & STALKER.
___j_ . d-' c A4T>I tr V
A. J. V E R M I U V A
/"10VNTY CORONER AND UNDERTAKER,
1/ Ko. 103 1 street, between Fourth and Fifth.
Always on hand a large ueortment of Metallic and
Wooden Caskets, Bcri*J Casts and CoKuw. Shroud*
amiahed and Funeral VimQm Preserved. Country
irdexs will receive proopt attention on short notice
lid at lowe» rites. , „"-.; dlt Jplin

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