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COMMERCIAL.
San Francisco Produca Market
I Ban FrancUco Produce Market r. m.
Sax Francisco. May IBtk— l r. a.
-There is fair Inquiry ™ export
account. Best City ton, 19 S7W« f'.^'L
line, *4 75* 5 25; Interior Extra, S4 BOSS; Interior
Surerfloo, 84*4 'ii (' I'M , ". . . . .-,
WusAT-Buaineas waa ra'her alack to day. Ex
portent were lass disposed to £""*■*■ "'"'.',":
focal demand frr milling was not unrent. bpot tot.
of shipping hard to place at moment at any
thing over 70. A wall I»rcl of SO ton, mod
milling changed hands tUa morning t« [«*•*•
The Produce Exchange call was anything but aril
mated, and the only recorded transaction was • n
August a count, being 100 tons No '«»""•' Poit
to.Udellv.7rv at « «l V ett. At the Oram Ex
change this afternoon there were sales of loot ns
.v.. "Auirost SIM: 400 do September. rji ta V ctl.
o££££k£ were : Jul,, fl CJ bid, « « asked ;
October. «1 82$ hid: November, * l «*. b . ,d - *»'
future deliveries ot No. 1. fl 00 wis bid for Jutl
and fl 70 * ctl for August. ,««,._,
BtRbRT-To day's receipts include 2 200 bags from
Oregon. Tbe consignment is supposed to bo No. 2
Browing and U understood to DOOM on accjunt cf
contracts made soma time since. Spot lota of No.
1 Brewing are worth SI so<gl 85. though no public
trading la observed. Feed descriptione were leta
active to-day. An offer to sell no. 1, immediate de
livery at 81 7S3brousht out no response. There
were aales on call of 100 tona July, SI 27J ; 100 do
I deliver.'. ctl. _,»•«"«<■ **&
*1 70 * ctl for August.
islet— To d»v'« receipir- ii.r lil.li- -' MO bags from
on Tlrf r-.."ii-l_:i.ri.. :.■ I* SQppO-Md to be Ho. S
ring ani baadantoad t.. mass on aauoat of
ractamade amu time since. Sp t lots of No.
ewing are worth .1 SCw/l BS, though no public
ing v ob-wrved. Feed descriptions ueie Ufa
re to-day. An offer to sell .no. 1. immediate de
■f al *1 75.1 brought out no tapam*, There
i *ale» on call of 100 tons Ji.lv, «l 271 ; UK) do
ember il _-SR*tt A **S ..If. red in June
at SI 621 with SI 50 bid. For No. 1 Chevalier SI 70
waa asked lor May, with el 67 J V cU bid. Sale, at
the Grain Exchange thia afternoon were 500 ions
N* 1 Feed Scplemtxr at 81 ':'l\, with more wanted
at the aame price. Other bids were $1 2IJ for July,
(1 20 for October, SI 20 for November and SI 17 for
.ruber.
Bolder* ask SJ 1032 IT, for choice, while
ordinary qualities range from SI 95 to Si 05 * ctl.
No ale* on 'Changs to-day.
nl — Scarcely any business being transacted,
Quotations are nominal a*, t?2 25(42 5o ':' ctl.
Coax— Nebraska was ottered on 'Char at gl 75
V ,-i] ii. small way.
BI'CRWBRAT— SI 60(1*1 75 * ctl.
Hat- Wheat, »14<815; Wild Oat, tl'2«U3; Stable,
Sl'JWl-' V ton.
Horn— Wellington Territory, 1 -..sfllc ; California,
!2*<__sc ; Oregon, Ifwrilc * fc.
BnM— Mustard, »1 75ftl » for Yellow ; Canary,
ir.il.-c; Hemp, tc ; Rape, 2 _i.(3c ; Timothy, M*.
for native, and li-<rlic for imported ; Alfalfa, 140
16c:nax,«J«2Ic*tu
Potatoes— Price* were a trifle steadier this morn
ing, although further rtccipta Irom Cregon were at
hand. Early Rose, SI So«i2; Oregor, 81 50rsl 75 ;
X although further » lb. Irom Cregoii were at
. Early Hoar, tl 80«>2 ; Oregor, tl 50S1 75 ;
Potatoes, 2««2jc » lb.
ION* -Market well furnished. quotable at fl
lor Id and 85 oso V ctl for new. A choice article
is not easily obtained.
Brass— Bayo*. S2 "sft3 25; Butter, S3 75ft4
for Kuan, St 25 tor large; Una, (HI 50; Pea,
$1«4 25; Pink, Si Witt SO; Red, t2 Wx.a-1 SO;
•mail White, ii'n* IS; huge White, ti 50 V 3 75ft
ctl. r-- s ...»
VaaaiAßLioi— Pricea somewhat favor the buy
ing Interest. Asparagus, flgl 50 > box ; Rhu
barb, «scijrsl V box; Squash, »V too for
good Marrowfat; Artichoke*, \ing\li V dozen ;
Parsnips, SI 60 V C.l: Ueeua. 75c ; Carrot*. 50* o>c;
Turnip*, tO-jt'lV w ctl ;Cauliaower,Sl«r 125 V dozen;
Cabbage, SI **•-_ 37} V ctl : Garlic, 3c 9 lb ;
Cucumbers, 60c to SI 25 9 doz ; Green Peas,
1 j*l2c V lb for sweet, and 2../2JC V 1!. for choice bay ;
Green Pepper., 3(t_"S':c ; Tomatoes, 15 .<?18c * 3. ;
Spinach, 25c V sack ; Celery, 7."> c V dozen ; Sum
mer ;qua.h, So V C. ; Siring Bean., _tr.rl._c V
fc: Horse Beans, 50@70c V aack ; Wax Beans, IJJ.
--» B).
Farrr— Strawberries do not increase in supply.
To-Jay's receipt* aggregated 21.'. chest*. Cherries are
plentiful, but mostly of poor quality. Strawberries,
tS«tlo for Monarch and Long. orth, and ill '1
-9 cheat for Triumph de Cand ; Cfcerries, i'gGc V <b for
common and 12'-/ 25c 9 It- for good to choice. Go-Tr*e
berries, 4@6c for common, 84910 c 9 lb for English ;
Lemons, tt 60<»7 60 V box for Sicily and SI 75<g_t 50
for California ; Limes, t^-tflO V Ml for Mexican ;
Oalifornia Limes, BG@7 V thousand ; California Or
anges, S3 -Wf/l 60 V box ; Tahiti do, £-'. V -M ;
Tamarinds, 124116 c V lb; Bananas, rd Mm* ♦
bunch. *
lieied Farir— Sun-dried Apples, 10c for sliced,
C-lfi'-j-: for quartered ; Alden and Plummer, 10^12$c ;
Apneut*, 21tft-_2c; Blackberries, 11 it 10-; Figs, 4(g7c
for pressed and 3<<rt for unpreaeed ; Smyrna do, !». a
ISc; Nectarines, 1 101 Hit; Peaches, 18@20c for peeled
' and ...a'J. for unpeeled ; Pears, 7Mdc for whole and
IH^lOc V lb for sliced ; do, machine dried,
12 jc; Plums, ll@l2o for pitted and 4<_(Cc
. for unpitU'd ;-- German Prunes, b jr-9c ; French
Prune*, lOytilc 9 lb; California Raiaina, common
layer., are quoted a* follow* for cash : S2@2 60 for
whole, with the usual addition of 25c, 50c and 75c
for halves, quarters and eighths. London layer*
mil at an advance of 25c ail round. The customary
discount is made on large purchases.
. Hosrr— Comb, 14818 c; extracted, 6SSc for dark
and 9vrloc V lb for white.
Birrr.a -80BS dealer, are asking advanced on our
figures, though no aale* are reported. Fancy, 30(3
31c; good to choice, 27r.c _:.':; inferior lot* from
country stores, 22lg2t_c ; firkin. 2S@3oc for good to
choice new ; Eastern. 17@20c V lb.
* Chebsb— Market ateady. California, 12SlSJc ;
Eastern, 17«e20c; Western, 140116 c V lb.
Ji— Trade is light and prices are easy. Quota
ble at U'ggOc V doz. ifl
Pocltky— Values steady under limited supply and
fair demand. Live Turkeys, gobblers, 17r.-_.2*ji. ; do
Hen*, 17,<*20c : dressed do, 17rg-->OcV lb; Rooster*,
*. htifltl 50 old and »:»#ll for young ; Hens, : S*
160 ; Broilers, t(«ie, aconrdlng to si** ; Ducks, HH,i
7 60 edn.; Geese, SI 25@l 50 V pair; Goslings,
51 5001 75 V pair.
Game— Hare, tl 75@2; Rabbits, SISI 25 V doz.
Paovisi-.Na -Eastern llama, 15i<r»lC*c V lb;
California Hams, ■ u.al»jc; - Eastern , Breakfast
Bacon, 16J315}c ; California Smoked Bacon, 14'irl Ijc
for heavy and medium, and 15(it!irJ« for light and
extra light; Clear Sides, njKfl.-.c; Perk, t2O 50@21
for Extra Prime. 523@?4 for Prime Hess, 521W21 50
tor Mesa, 524 50 for Clear and tii,. its:, 60 for Extra
Clear; Pigs' Feet, fl6@lß * bbl ; Mess Beef, $1-2
for bbls and t7 for half bbls; Extra Hess Beef,
Sll«lt 50; Family Beef. 516@16 80 9 bbl ; Cali
fornia Smoked Beef, 14Ji.-rlsc V lb ; Beef Tongue*,
V 60W-10 9 dozen ; Eastern Lard. lrrj "X,... «fc for
all style* and size* of packages ; California do, 10- a
tina, 13W14C ; 6-tt. oc, 11J cflljc ; pails, 15j@16c ;
kegs, 1 4«* 14}e ; Royal do, 15 jc for 10-Si, 15 Jc 9B> for
6-lb and 15JC for S-lb palls. - -
Woob— There is less activity, owinc to a difference
of views between buyers and sellers. We quote : Sau
Joaquin and Southern, 16(n_23c for poor to choice.
il34«rltc ; Foot Hill, 24«®27c 9 pails, 15j@lGc ;
14.«i4jc ; Royal do, lojc lor 10-fc, 16Jc V fc for
nd 15J'.- ror S-Ib pails.
ol — Tbere i* lea* activity, owing to a difference
rwv between buyers and seller.. We quote : San
tin and Southern, l'V-iikr for poor to choice.
eras and Foot Uiil, 2lc3ni7c * tr.
2 San Francisco Meat Market,
Following are rates for whole carcasses from
slaughterers to dealers : . -,- ■
Bear— Prime, .rj^ic ; medium grade*, CJ@7c;
Inferior, .'.jtoOc 9a. . -. .- •'
Vbal— Lar_te calves, 7;c ; small ones, B@loc V 6..
Mittok— Wethers are quotable at s(gsjc, and
ewe* 444*60 9 fc, according to quality. .
Lamb -Quotable at 6uiSc V »■. . - r.-:\'
Foil— hogs, 7}#r7jc fcr hard, and r3€*r.
for soft ; dressed do, SjglOc V lb for bard gram
Hogs. .-.rr...,; r- „.- .. ■ -- ■ .. .-,. . _ ;
; Eastern and Foreign Markets. ,
, o. t -.. . y .- .7 NIIW Tore. May 18th.
BUAnrruns— Four is steady and Wheat irregu
lar, latter at SI 4 Vil 45 V bushel. -
California is steady at 12314 c for fall bur
ry, and lt&22c for clean tall ; spring hurry, lid*
IS; ; clean spring, 24<__32c ; pulled, 25(*45c
llibbb— California are quiet at 23@23Jc -_-.
» 'V .-• . - : Cuioaoo, May liith.
Wssar-tl 24 for June. - '
Coax— 72Jc for Jane.
Pons— 07 J bid for June.
Lard -Sll 40 for Jane.
Baooh— 85 for nba for March, and $11 06 for
short ribs. -■-
-..-.... -- -. .- i- . Liverpool, May 18th.
California spot lot* are firmer at 9s lOd
to 10* 2d. Cargo lot* are 47a for just shipped,
49s Cl for nearly due and 49s ed for off coast.
. '7-7 Sacramentc- Market.
[Corrected daily for the Brooks- Umoa. 1
» Sackahinto, May 18th.
Fauns— Oranges. California, rj4;-__s $ bx ; Oranges,
Imported, S3 50SM 50 V bx ; Lemons, Sicily, t7«B ;
Lemon*. California, $2 60 ■•:, 9 box ; Lime*, SI ISR
160*100; Bananas, Sl@s V bunch: Pineapples,
tOcMVdoan,; Cnooartlts. *7ro--r 100; Strawberries,
10015 c 9 lb; drawers, 7:"^ljsc; Cherries, 12@-_.sc
9 lb. Gooseberries have - made their appearance,
and are letting at SrtH'.. >' lb for common and 15l_r
20c for th* Eugltah variety. -
Tails Aasortea, -it-lb cans, V doz, il 60 ,
Poaches, S3 ; Bartlett Pears, $2 75 ; Plums, Si 75 ;
berries, 13 ; berries, S3 25 ; Strawber
ries,'S3 26; Apricots, S3; Muscat Gnpee, $2 75;
Bod Currants, SS 25; Cherries, S3 26.
Pis Paum— Assorted, 2rJ-lb can*, V doa, SI '"2 ;
aaaorted, gallon cans, *4 60; Peaches, 2J-lb cans,
SI 86; Portland Blaeberries, 2-lb can*, ft; Whor
tleUrries. SI 75 ■.: i - .-- -
Dries Fruits— sliced, Ba»c Sib; do quar
tered, 7iSßc ; pears, peeled, BWlOc ; do, unpeeled, 8
@8c; Plums, pitted, 12(413c ; Peaches, l(H<«lc ; do,
peeled, 19@20c; Pranos, German and French, 12 «
13c; Blackberries. 20c; Figs. California, 7(*Bc V lb.
. VaaETASLES— Beans, 16@20c * lb ; new To
matoes, '20(a25c ¥ lb ; Summer Squish make their
first appearance, and are selling at 15@20c Sib; Po- "
tatoee are quoted at 5202 26 * cwt ; Nevada Pota
toe*, ti 25 ; Red, *2 25^3; New Potatoes, S@4c 9
lb ; Cabbige, tl6oig2; Onions, SUversklns, Si £o^2
*. 100 lbs; Garlic, 4m V lb: Carrots, tl
» cwt •'■ Turnip*, SI V 100; bunch vegetables,
12Je * do* ; Parsnips, lie; Beets, lc ; Celery, 75c
9 dozen ; Horseradish, B@loc 9lb ; Green Peas, 21
<»:ic * b ; Asparagus, 3}c 9 ft. ; Pie Plant, 2<*4c 9
_ Artichokes, HMSB 9 dozen. -
BREADSTurra— Floor, t5 to V bbL; Oatmeal, $4 7a
V 1001 ; Cornmeal, 82 26<g2 60 ; Cracked Wheat, $3.
PonwßT— Turkeys, 13<S15c 9 lb; dressed do, 16
«16c 9 lb ; young Uooatere, ss 50 « doz; Hen*. «6 ;
52-™', $4(85 50; Bucks, S6®7; Geese, SI 60
(rr '1 V pair. ...-..■
Dssxt PaoonoTS— Butter, fancy dairy, 25(330c *
ft; Cheese, r 12*13 c ; California Creame-y, 18= ;
Fi-ctory, 18c; Eastern, full cream, 22(323.; East
era^ data, 17c; fresh Egg».24g2se V dozen. -
„ """—Beef, 7®Sc ; Mutton, fc ; Pork, B@9c ;
Vsal, 7«Bc. .
m Hat asd Grab -Oat hay, * ton, $14_alC : alfalfa, ,
9 ton, $18(^14 ; bran, 9 ton, $10; middlings, $20
per ton ; barley, whole, 9 C wt, SI 90; barley,
ground, « cwt, SI 90; wheat, »cwt.,Sl 80; tame 1
oats, 9 ewt. S2 60 ; corn, 9 0 «t. SI 75.
Mi_WßbtAK»ons_Seeds- Alfalfa 16@17c; Timo- ,
& - JF a ? te^' 11@12c * »>; Oregon, m !
10c; Red Clover. 16ftl8o; Red Top, 12}ftl4c; 1
SS^SS^ X Almonds, 17«18c = 1
ESS , 7 8110 ; Wo ° 1 ' mu)ut dull, holding for ,
higher prices ; mountain, 12J(81fc ■ tnle lTraiSe
ffi"£»«! Hides, ilt^ffite-j'SS: Wki 1
New York Hops, 85c; California, 23«28cf choice.
. . . •- - 1
San Francisco Stock Sales.
■yy Bah Fj-AHciaoo, May 18. 1882
MORS ISO SESBIOK. '
JS9BS 2 55@J60 50 W0n...... . tie
mgn&m 100 C0n8dHn«...V.66««70?
igfe::::« £££» ~i
«»— ::a«a S7OJnSS~ ::: JoaJS
730 H. and N 7t'c llKUnlon^ gtSS
ISIO. point 45c MOA'ta :::: - vi.il. 2.
s°sV 'Jacket 1! c 300 Julia. " *«?, «
J-0 California 15c 150 A,d^:..:;::;;i6@M?
■'■'.. A-VT_-._a-_.ooif exsmoji ■-
lnX£j ßelK «• «<»> Noonday..".. i
l«5 aX""" » n 50 Tiptop... 1
lfcr.l smi er 658ift./ktoi.."""i7i
X S:a? oto- "Cc 30 Final. "J
iK:::.:;^ SsS « »::::::::«}
nOUoodahaV....:ioei^ , 70 *°- Nered 61
, The>ew Slate Pencil -The hard,
black German elate pencil has been superb
Beded of late years by the round white »'.
c.l of clay slate At the quarry near Gas
tleton,;.Vt.,-. about thirty-five workmen
produce about 50,000 . pencils daily, and it
i'-v? r _X' !e 'L to 'IT 1 ? 86 th daily output to
100,000. :-. The blocks when quarried are
sawed into pieces seven by twelve inches
split to the thickness of half au inch and
smoothed by a planer. The block is passed
nnder a semicircular knife, and, after hav
ing been turned over the process is re
peated. The result is 50 7-inch pencil..
A particle of quartz in the block would
break all the pencils. They are pointed by
a grindstone, turned, assorted, and sent to
market in boxes of a hundred.
- Mb. George L. Chalmers, <-.f Bangor, Me.,
■ays : "I suffered severely with acute rheuma
tism of tho knee, and was u-iable to bear any
r weight on -my foot. "' Having beard of the
wonderful influence of St. Jacobs Oil, I used
it, and a few applications of the oil complete
ly removed all soreness aud pains, and en
abled me to use my knee as well m ever." '
WM. EWAKT GLADSTONE,
THE ram MI.VISTEK OF _DMt____SD.
Mr, Gladstone was born December 29,
1809, at Liverpool, an Englishman by birth,
but Scotch in blood, llu father was a mer
chant of considerable eminence and wealth.
Before attaining the age of 22 thefuture states
man graduated at the University of Oxford, a
double first-cla-a inns. This was in the year
1831, preceding by a twelvemonth only his
entrance upon public life as as a member of
Parliament for Xewatk-i n-Treet. Uladntor c
was an ardent Conservative at that time, and
his first book was a defense of the union of
Church and State — a remarkaHe work, which
Macaulay reviewed in the Edinburgh Review
with appreciation of its spirit and scholarly
style, but condemned its conclnsion. Ntwark
continued Mr. Gladstone as her representa
tive until 1815. He was only 25 when Sir
Robert Peel made him a Junior Lord of the
Treasury. Three months later he waa pro
moted to be an Under Secretary for the Colo
nies, which position he held nntil April, 1835,
when Peel went out of office. Upon the re
turn of Sir Robeit to power, in 18-11, Mr.
Gladstone was made Vice-President of the
Council and Master of tbe Mint. In 1843 he
relinquished the first-named of these offices,
in order t»> assume that of President of the
Board of Trade. Two years afterwards he
was made Secretary for the Colonies, soon
after which he ret if. eri office and his seat in
Parliament. The University cf Oxford re
turned him a* ■» member of the House of
; Commons in 1847, a connection which was
I maintained for many years. He was a mem- i
I ber cf the coalition Ministry of L?rd Aber
i deen, formed in 1852.' His office was th.t of
Chancellor of the Exchequer, for which he
showed a marvelous aptitude, handling the
national accounts with an easy mastery, and
i presenting them before the House of Com
i mons and the country with a decree of elo-
I quence which had never before adorned na
tional finance. The Aberdeen Ministry
' resigned in 1855, in consequence of the clamor
j raised against ita management of the war, and
reconstructed Ministry with Lord Balmerston
at the head, and in which Mr. Gladstone had
place, proved to be short-lived. In 1858 and i
1859 the subject of this sketch was sent on a
special mission to the lonian Islands, and in
June, 1869, again served as Chancellor of the
Exchequer under Lord Palmerston, the pre
mier, upon whose death aod the succeeding
premiership of Earl Russell he continued to
hold the same position, and also acted as
leader of the House of Commons. His rejec
tion as representative of the University of Ox
bed, in 1*')."), was succeeded by his election
for South Lancashire. In 1866 the Russell-
Gladstone ministry, as it was called, resigned
in consequence if an adverse vote on the
question of reform in Parliamentary represen
tation, ard a Conservative Government as
sumed effice. When, in the election of 1868,
South Lancashire rejected her representative,
he was triumphantly returned by the borough
of Greenwich, and Mr. Disraeli's Government
retiring because of the election of a Liberal
majority to the Commons, Mr. Gladstone as- '
sumed the premiership far the first time. His j
great measures, the disestablishment and dig
endowment of the Irish Church and the Irish
Land Bill were pained in the year 18*0. • In
1873 his government was defeated on the
Irish University- Education hill,' and he re
signed, but he was persuaded by his Sovereign
to resume office. He served nntil after the i
general election of 1874, which resulted in the
triumph of the Conservatives. Mr. Gladstone
now retired from the leadership of his party
in the House of Commons, which was as
rami d by the Marquis of Hartington, and de
voted himself to literary labor. In 1874 and
1875 he produced certain pamphlets on the
question of the Roman Catholic Church in its '
relations to the civil power, which created a
great sensation, and were read throughout the
Christian world. His pamphlet entitled
"Bulgarian Honors and the Question of tbe
East," published in 1876, was of remarkable
force, and gave moral support to Russia in
the war between that power and Turkey,
which broke out two years afterwards. A
learned wcrk on Homer, which saw the light
in 1876, indicated the direction of one of his
recreative studies — one of a large number, by
the way, for Mr. Gladstone's powers are ex
ercised in a great variety of ways, and his
attainments in languages, » literature and
! other subjects exemplify his astonishing in
j dustry and mental fotc»: The magnificent
| triumph of the Liberals in the election of
! 1889, when Mr. Gladstone was elected by
Mid-Lothian and the borough of Leeds, vir
tually compelled his assumption of power as
the First Lord of the Treasury, to which he
added the functions of Chancellor of the Ex
chequer. He is member for Mid-Lothian or '
Eiinburgshire, preferring this to the repre
sentation of Leeds, for which borough one of
his sons, Herbert, a promising young states
man, is sitting. Another of • his sons has
a seat in the Honse of Commons, one is a
clergyman of the Established Church, and
one of his daughters is married to a minister
of the Church of England. The wife of Mr.
Gladstone's youth is still living. She is an
excellent helpmeet, the eldest daughter of Sir
Stephen Glynne, Bart., to whom he was mar
ried in the year 1839. The Irish land bill is
the last great accomplishment of perhaps the
ablest minister England ever produced, and
| questions arising < out of the Irish difficulty
are now taxing his wisdom and endurance to a
degree which, however great, he lids fair to
master. When his work shall have been
done, Ireland will be the greatest gainer by
his statesmanship, which is that of a veteran,
a man of extraordinary . learning * and vast
natural capacity, of indefatigable applica
! tion, wondeiful executive r force . and unsur
passed eloquence, of - progressive . convictions
and high, conscientious courage.
BRIEF SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS.
The body of the late Dr. H. H. Hubbard
will be sent to Essex county, N. X., for
final interment. „,;""' ""- ---■*- "
The steamer Rio de Janeiro has arrived
from Panama and is reported to have
small-pox on board.
•Wheat charters direct to Liverpool are
squarely down to 50s. Three ships have
been chartered at the equivalent of that
figure in the last forty- eight hours.
. No jurors have yet been secured in the
case ot John Moroney for assault to mur
der D, J. Murphy, ex-District Attorney,
during the trial of the celebrated Dollivtr
indecency case. The difficulty is owing to
Moroney's plea of temporary insanity.
The examination of Daniel Keefe
Michael Garrick and John Birr upon a
charge of murder, for having, it was al
| leged, caused the death of Matthew Neary,
was concluded before Judge Rix yesterday,
and it resulted in the dismissal of the com
plaint as to Keefe and Garrick, and the
holding of Barr for trial before the Su
preme Court for murder.
There was a lively discussion all day
Wednesday at the Merchants' Exchange
concerning the action of the ' Board of
Health prohibiting the removal of any
more Chinamen on board the Altonower
to the Twenty-sixth-street Hospital. It
seems that the owners and masters of Brit,
ish vessels are extremely dissatisfied with
their actions, and make many complaints
of unjust dealing on the part of the munici
pal authorities. ■ • , * : ■■
Of the Bank Commissioners whose terms
have expired, and whose places have been
tilled by Governor Perkins, Messrs. Evan
J. Coleman and Robert Watt will relinquish
the office^when their successors ' qualify. •
Commissioner W. F. White, however, will
contest the appointment, on the ground that
he has only served two and ' a half years.
Mr. White was appointed to fill the va
cancy caused by the resignation of Com
missioner Murphy.
. The following is a copy of a petition
which has been issued by the League of
Deliverance addressed to the Board of
Health of San Francisco : Gentlemen
view of the alarming development of small
pox on board the steamship Altonower,
lately arrived from Hongkong, by which
the health of this community is seriously
threatened, we, the undersigned residents
of the city and county of . San Francisco,
would respectfully request your body to
declare Hongkong to be a port infected
with small-pox, and compel all ships com
ing from said port of Hongkong to go into
quarantine for a period of at least CO days.
F. O. Layman, who was recently granted
a franchise to run a cable road over Tele
graph Hill, and the order for which was
vetoed by Mayor Blake, on the ground
that it did not, as required by the Code,
make it obligatory on the grantees to keep
the roadway between and for two feet on
either side of the tracks paved and re
paired ; and, again, because the franchiie
granted the ■ right of way on the sea-wall,
which was not within the jurisdiction of
the Supervisors, has filed a communication
with the Supervisors, in which he states
that he and his associates understand that
tbe terms of the franchise require them to
comply with the strict letter of the law,
and that they are willing to accent the
franchise with that understanding! and
further, that the road will extend only to
the sea-wall. ..... , ;; "*» *"
- , The trial of A. C. Maude, . proprietor of
the Kern County Californian r on a charge
of having libelled R. E. Houghton and ex-
Senator Charles A. Bayly, was resumed
Wednesday morning, the prosecution rest
ing their case after proving the publication
of the article and proving the ownership of
the paper. The defence called Bayly, who
iirat claimed to know bnt little of the mat-
ter, but on cross-examination admitted
that Houghton was his attorney, and had
transacted all the business relating to the
property. Witness had never been in Kern
county, and knew nothing about the prop
erty, more than he had given Houghton
£220 to invent four years ago, with which
sum the Utter had secured property
claimed by the defense to be worth 520,000.
Since the transfer, in 187G, some of the
property had been deeded away, but of
(bis witness claimed to know nothing.
Use Kidney- Wort ami rejoice in health
One package makes six quarts of medicine.
11-T OF Itrmiri K»'.»J tlM'.i. IX
J the Poetoffice at Sacramento on Thursday,
May 18, 1882: _--. • ... ...
Ladles' List.
Kerry, Mrs Margirct Helblii..-, Mrs U G ... n
the Poetolfice at Sacramento on Thursday.
Ladle V list,
ry, Mrs Margaret flelbling, Mrs It G
lilac's leach. Mr. M F Haass, Miss Winnie
Bridge, Miss Clara M James, Mrs Sarah
Browning, -Mrs Ada E-S Jolley, Mrs 11 W
Byrnes, Mr-. Man Karl, Mrs Ida
Brack, Mr. Martha Lainpard, Mrs A E
Butler, Mrs A Lee. Miss Florence
Burke, Mrs John McCormick, Mrs M E
r-.r..1<-11, Mra T lie; 111, Mrs Ida
Creed. Mra Nora ■.. ftuoom, Lulu
Hariri, Mra Alice Nichols, lira M J
DiekabclT, Mrs M II Keed, Mrs M I!
Evans, Mrs Allan E 1: -de, Mrs M II
4'airar, Mrs Lizzie .Stanley, Mis* May
Gage, Mrs Howard Steele, Mrs Huldie
Gray, Mrs E T ' Sutton, Mra J S
Green, Mis. Sarah F , Thompson, Mrs Alice
Hrinnon, Emma Tumor, Mrs W H
Hawk, Miss Blanche Walters, Mrs May ;
Gentlemen's Li.i.
Ames, I'hineas Fernando, J Malson, Chas
Avery, A W Fltzpatrlck, P Mason. J X
Baldwin, Col CP Frye, GG Mackenzie. M B
Bar-nut, Jas Gannon, Geo Meller, Louis
Bates, Harkwell Graber, Jake 1!. .R.i, J B
Beaty, Wm Grow, A Miller, C P
Beckdoldt, JA' Henry, J A-2 Murry, R
Banner, H W Helen, P I Myers, Richard
Bennett, A E Hornicke, Paul O'Laughlin, L
Bisaillon, J M Holmes, Henry Oliver, Henry
Bnrgnanzy, L Howfellow, A Ferry, John
Bowen, F W Humphrey, II B Phillbrook, J C
Broadhurat, T F Hutchena, 01. Bay, John
Burton, HT Johnson, H E Rice, WM -
Campton, John Jobann. Peter Rogers, J P
Carter, C W Johnson, It M shields, S M
Cardwell, J T Johnson, L5l Smith, J B
Ignanzy, L Jones, EA A Smith, John
ren, F W Humphrey, II B Phillbrook, J C
■dhurnt, T F Hutchens, 01. Kay, John
ton, H T Johnson, H E Kice, W M
ipton, John Jobann, Peter Rogers, J P
;er, C W Johnson, R M (shields, S M
lwell, J T Johnson, L5l Smith, J B
tendon, J Jones. E A Smith, Jas
Clymer, ST King, Thos Sprout, C W
Colaon, R W Klein. C D Stockes, A R
Cotter, Th. Kraninkel, John Strong, J W
Coeaar, Richard Lake, G 11 Thorp-.-, J B
Davis, E S Lambert, E Turner, S lt-2
Dooley, Edward Langheret A Co Warren, Wm
Dooley, Edmond Lemaistre, Geo West, Geo
DriM...ll. JII Loder, Arther Wilson, AII
» sir, W J . Ltuch, E I Winn, J M
Farrand, Edw Madden, Win Ztcknson, Peter
W. C. HOPPING, Postmaster.
■ fel ':
Sirs i //flsai>, ,-?"
rUWDKIf
Absolutely Pure.
This POWDER never varies. A marvel of purity,
strength and wholesomeness. More economical than
I Absolutely Pure.
lis POWEGR uever varies. A marvel of purity
;__rth and wholesomeness. More economical thai
ordinary kinds, and cannot he sold in competi
tion with the multitude of low test, short weight
alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 Wall street,
New York. .-; ~ __________ . -..-;— a■- ;
r « W. T. COLEMAN _& CO., Agents,
SAN FRANCISCO. m7-ly
AVER'S HAIR VIGOR,
• For Eestoring Gray Hair
TO ITS \ ATIK VITALITY AND COLOB.
/^jrfjHl lßpg-V either ol them IroUuc
' '^dS^^SSS^BB^ ,«•" AVER'S HAIR
M* l ext<jnB i Te use, hat
V^KjiiMtfßwW 'i" i^ni^nff ir " that il 9f -'--
MdTJSB WF^^aßM c tellin «' °* the hai
■ news the growth; and
always surely - restores its ' color, when faded or
gray. - It stimulates the nutritive organs to healthy
activity, and preserves both the heir and its beauty.
Thus brashy, weak or sickly hair becomes glossy,
pliable and strengthened; loot hair regrows with
lively expression ; failing hair is checked and
• tab lishcd ; thin hair thickens ; and faded or gray
hairs resume their original color. Its operation ia
sure and harmless. It cures dandruff, heals all
humors, and keeps the scalp cool, clean and soft—
under which conditions diseases of the scalp are
impossible. ,_ . " ■—,•:■
- > -,As a Dressing for Ladles' Hair -
! The VIGOR is praised for its grateful and agreeable
perfume, and valued for the soft luster and richness
of tone it imparts.
;-• '-. '■'ii7 XBkXB ' IT „-y.
DR. J 0. AYEE& CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS IN
MEDICINE.
KIRK, GEARY & CO.,
Wholesale Agents... ...........Sacramento.
Nt MWF&awS
Horses and Wagons For Sale.
TWO PAIRS MEDIUMSIZED VTOKKA
Horses, two thorough-braced wagons, }£Z£Va
harness, etc.; outfit suitable for camninp-./tT 7\
traveling, peddling, or fruit business. Apply at
Room 60, State Capitol. WM. H. HALL, State
Horses, two thorough-braced wagons, J^3H^
ess. etc.; outfit suiuble for cam, im- tt. }\
:linir, peddling, or fruit business. Apply at
n 80, SUte Capitol. WM. H. HALL, SUte
Engineer. . . m!7-4terdWFM
eg F. _t___:x.xz_r3_s:.
APOTHECARY AND CHEMIST, 7 f?.
ITHECARY AND CHEMIST, >s.^^Js
No. 402 J STREET, JiwL ?\
ST. UEORCiE BriLDIVC. &P**&(
tT Prescriptions carefully com |MlirW*»lll'_t|
pounded day or night. m!8-4ptt
PACIFIC WATER CUBE
—AXD
ECLECTIC HEALTH INSTITUTE,
: .Northeast Cor. Seventh and L streets,
SACRAMENTO, CAL.
M. F. CLAYTON, M. D„
ml24ptf Proprietor.
L. C. -SOHTTORT. R. C. IRVIHS. A A YAH VOOKHISS
A. A, VAX VOORHIES & CO.
(Successors to B. STONE A CO.),
322 AND 324 J STREET,
¥ MPO»TS(t», MANUFACTURERS AND £>-_*.
M Jobber, et all kinds of KgWk
Saddlery and Carriage Hardware,
LEATHER AXD SHOE FINDINGS,
— a.\t—
CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS.
Keep constantly on hand a fall stock of Imported
and domestic Harness, Saddle*, Collars, eta
Our manufactures warrantee unsurpassed by any
house on the coast ■ - a2-4olm
Hardware House
CHAS. ZEITLER,
. NO. R.i: J STREET, uy
South side, bet. Fifth and Sixth, Sacramento.
JUST RECFIVED BY RAIL, FROM TIIE
Eastern Markets: A Fine Line Ladies' and
Gents" Pocket Knives, Ladies' Scissors and Shears,
Corn, Budding and Pruning Knives ; Kitchen, Table
and Carving Knives; Mechanics' Tools, Mouse
Builders' Hardware, Mosquito Bar Wire Cloth, Rub-
ber Hose, Lawn Mowers, Haying Tools, Grind-
stones, Novelty and Eureka Clothes Wringers,
Manila and Sisal Rope, Twines, and a general assort-
ment of FIRST-CLASS HARDWARE, all of which I
will sell at the LOWEST MARKET RATES.
mll-4plm CIIAS. ZEITLEB.
PICNIC LUNCHES !
ALL KINDS OF SAUSAGES. BONELESS HAM,
Spiced Beef, Cheese, etc., at BOTTOM PRICES.
F. BAFWtE. 426 J afreet, mg 4p6m
«5p COAL OIL STOVES.
jM3xi : ALL SIZES FOR COOKINC. Send for
i\ '- M'lit'^Tl Circular and Prices.
fc^jf^J.WIESTFB _* CO., 17 New Mont-
*a_Br^2__i^ s -* s .gomery St.. San Pranriaco. J27-4ptf
X>. JT. SIMMOHTS&CO
GENERAL AUCTIONEERS.
All classes Auction Business promptly attended to.
Omee, No. 1013 Fourth St., bet. J and K.
fe7-4p6m .-.---.
Tfts nbacrlber desires to call th* attention or lawrm, author*,
Md txiiiiu-ru met. generally throughout the West, to th. fstilitirt
t.t ibe VALLEY PRESS for d .lug thoroughly good printing.
11. will maintain the eminent reputation an long Attached to thi
house The cost of elegant ud jf fort r.rintlcg I, not greater
than that which it dlugreeriMe t.. »■) and hand. Addm*
. - . ... , . .jB. A. WEAVES, iif J St., Saonmralo, dl.
■ ■ " n__B-4plin '
OUR WESTERN EMPIRE.— BY DR. L. P
BROCKETT.. " This volume contains a vast
amount of matter of the greatest possible value."
[General W. T. Sherman. Twenty Books sold in two
Jays. Liberal terras to amenta. I WM. GARRET.
SON & CO., 629 Washington street, San Francisco,
California. mlB . lw
MISCELLANEOUS.
LOW RENT. LOW EXPENSES.
NOT STARTLING, BUT TRUE!
That cur patrons are our advertisers ; that the public, by their continued and in-
creasing patronage, have fully appreciated the efforts made by ANDERSON ft
HAMM by their endeavors to build up a legitimate business. The secret of their
GRAND SUCCESS is owing to the following reasons, viz, :
ONE PRICE, IN PLAIN FIGURES ;
NO MISREPRESENTATION ; '
LOW RENT AND LOW EXPENSES;
LOW PRICES.
WE HAVE RECEIVED WITHIN TUE LAST WEEK LARGE LINES OF
Clothing for dents,
YOUTHS, BOYS AND CHILDREN!
Which, for STYLE, DURABILITY AND PRICE cannot bo excelled by any
-;::.-..»--,.- other house in the city.
0- Wo would say to the purchaser, come and compare our goods and prices with
those of other houses, j All we ask of them is to be considerate, and do not allow
other houses to prejudice vonr minds, but give us a fair trial. COMPARE OUR
HOODS UPON THEIR MERITS. AND WE DO NOT FEAR THE
RESULT. We shall be pleased at any time to show onr goods, and will with
pleasure name our MATCHLESS PRICES. LOW RENT AND LOW EX- -
PENSES gives an advantage which we in turn give to our customers.
BOOTS AND SHOES! jfifcj
In this Department we can please all. BfrBjUJiHH S____(_____^4
. We have all tbe popular brands or M s_l - -
EASTERN AND CALIFORNIA ROOTS TOE? .'
A.ND Pilot:*, and onr prices will be, lKi3iilß ____»
11s In tbe past. THE LOWEST. , T^_sJ_J_3 W
Country Order Department §H m
£3' Special attention is given to this depart- SSI!! Kf
merit. People residing at a distance can 3H§Hh B_f
order goods from us by Mail, Express or ffi(Kra_iS^E
Freight, and receive them just as cheap as -jSk^H^^A
though standing in person at our counters, _&*____
Our Second Floor is devoted to CARPETS, MAT- JSsiliiiHK H
TINGS, OILCLOTHS. WINDOW SHADES, etc. -/Sgllll ■
Also, our large and well conducted Country Order J?*ciii_i_ WW
Department can be found on this flxir. .I^^-^^ ______r
|l"^liH W^^ L_W ■tTpr
tT Send for our NEW PRICE LIST OU _jj^m Ts_§s'
SAMPLES or any goods you desire, wblrb mS*M/MK£=^S, <w**^
are sent Tree. Address : aM __n_—^^'
Anderson & Hamm,
No. 924 J st., Near Tenth,
OR A ME N TO,
; 5" - - ri. 5 j _.;.'; DEALERS in— ~ ..,'_..
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boots and
Shoes, Hats and Caps, Millinery, etc.
ONE PRICE. IN PLAIN FIGURES.
Mower and Eeaper jpMower and Reaper
BAKER &TJAMIL.TON,
AGENTS FOR ALL THE LATE IMPROVED FARMING IMPLEMENTS ANl> MACHINES: *
MOWEES AND REAPERS, i RAKES ;
J. I. CASE&CO.'S GENUINE CALIFORNIA HEADERS;
THE GENUINE BUFFALO PITTS THRESHERS ;
BAIN HEADER AND FARM WAGONS ;
Ames' Straw-Burning Engines !
J. I. CASE & CO.'S CALIFORNIA HEADER !
w.,^.J " are Agents for most °' the LATEST IMPROVED AfIPJCULTtJRAL MACHINES IN
MAKKLT. All of our goods »ro bought from the manufacturers. We boy nothing but first-class (roods—
the best that can be found in the United Statea. Will have a NEW CATALOGUE ON APRIL Ist7^^
s , " — assusb :—
SACRAMENTO AND SAN FRANCISCO.
. BAMNG HOUSES.
California State Bank,
SACRAMENTO,
CAPITAL STOCK 5500,000.
K. D. RIDEOUT, ....... .......... President
ALBERT GALLATIN, Vice-President
A. ABBOTT, ..;;.. .... Cashier
Directors s
GEO. C. PERKINS, FREDERICK COX,
C. W. CLARKE. J. R. WATSON,
N. D. RIDEOUT, A. ABBOTT,
ALBERT GALLATIN.
Drafts en First National Cold Bank or
San Francisco.
tT Exchange on all the principal Atlantic and
European cities.
Will Buy and Sell National, State and County
Securities. *
- Loans Made on Approved Security.
' Make Collections.
Receive Deposits, General and Special, sad transact
a General Banking Business.
IT LOANS ON GRAIN IN WAREHOUSE A
specialty. - mfttplm
NATIONAL GOLD BANK
D. O. MILLS & CO.,
SACRAMENTO. . .y yy
. UNITED STATES DEPOSITABY.
, KXCIIAXCB OS
San Frandsco, New York, Chit sign,
London, Dublin, Paris,. Glasgow.
Berlin, Frankfort-on-Main, Vienna, St. Petersburg,
Copenhagen, Stockholm, Christiana, Amsterdam,
Antwerp, Geneva, Venice, and all of the principal
dties of Europe. ..■..-,. -
This Bank has correspondents In 1 lexlco. Soutfc
America, West Indies, Australia, Hon llulu, and all
parts of the world, and spedal facilities: for making
.rollcctions. - ■ : . y a!2-4ptf
JAMES LAWRENCE ENGLISH
il^SJi'cyiry-: BANKER, :..'-"
NO 1010 FOURTH STREET rBKTWEEN 3
and X, Sacramento.
tT Commercial and Savings D epislta ceived,
and a general banking business dc ne. - - >
Exchange on San Francisco and. the East. _„
Interest was paid on Savings . Deposit* In this
Bank, for the Semi-Annual Term - reding DECEMBER
31st, at the rate of 6J per cent. [ Lr annum. ml-tpi m
—.—l-"— a———— «HM____-__-___-___________________* m
yh ■-."'.. PIKE & YOUNG, v
CARRIAGE MANUFACTI /R. ___ .
er*, corner of Fourth __^ /vfirs&ji-?-,
L street., Sacramento, ha- /a cm Ks??33pfe. ■*>
hand the largest assortir.ent of ,3ul^_32__2''
Carriages, Wagons and B^jggirs to be found In Sacra-
mento, which they w s (11 at rery l«rw rate*. n>.)3- Id
" HOTEHIAND ££STAUx^N f J&
STATE HOUSE.
Corner Tenth and X Streets, Sacrantente.
MILDRED, PROPRIETOR— Board ai id lodg-
* Ing at tho most reasonable rates. 1 tar an*
rd rooms attachod. Street cars pass the door
every five minntes.
tT Free omnibns to ana rrom the House, mie-tclm
HELVETIA HOUSE. ~ rr
FIFTH STREET, BETWEEN J AND _„ SACRA-
mento-Good board and lodging.
X. HOLDENER and
3. GEMSCH,
Proprietora
tT Farmers and Dairymen can always Had good
milkers and butter-makers at this souse. ml6-4plyr
;-;,. MISSISSIPPI KITOKEN.
OYSTEB AHD CHOP HODSE.
Third Street, Between J and K.
NEXT DOOR TO RECORD-UNION j^~,
office. Open day and night. jf'.Tvf^v
A. J. SENATZ, Proprietor. C/
:.-.'■'■''■"■ a!9-4plm *."-':"t :_■
'•'27.£.7f_ HOTEL LANGHAM,
I^ORNER FOURTH AND L STREETS, SACRA-
mento— Strictly llrst-class, on the European Jplan.
T. D. Scriver's Carriages will Uke all passengers free
of charge from Depot to HoteL
4plm TERRY A CO., Managers.
UNION HOTEL.
SECOND AND X STREETS, SACRAMENTO,
CaL Rooms, 60 cents and fl per day. Special
rates by the month. Billiards, choice liqtors and
dgar*. Hot lunch dally from 11 a. a. till 2r. a.
W. O. ("JOE") BOWERS,
al-tplm Proprietor.
GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL,
CORNER SEVENTH AND X STREETS SAC-
. nto. — First-class hi every respect. The
Largest, -Finest and Ventilated Hotel in the dty.
RAZEC--*;, ti 60 and *2 per day, according U.
room. Free Bus to and from the Howl.
3. McNASSER (late of Denver),
fe4-4plm . 7— - ; • Proprietor.
McOREARTS PATENT i
ROLLER
FLOUR!
. FOB SALE BY ALL CBOCEBB.
f*y • McCREARY A CO., SACRAMENTO MILLS,
I;, now manufacture a grade of ROLLER FLOUR
fully equal to the WASHBURNE, or any other Min-
ne*oU High-grade Patent Flour. - Ala... tb* whitest,
strongest and best Bakers' and Family Flour In tb*
- market. - mS-4plm
THE RED HOUSE TBADE UNION. | . .-M
THE GREAT SALE
— ODE" —
Dry Goods and Fancy Goods
! STILL IN PROGRESS I
Remnants, Short Lengths and fancy Goods
REDUCED FROM TO-DAYI
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF THE MOSGROVE BRO.
GOODS, PURCHASED AT AUCTION, MUST BE
ENTIRELY CLOSED OUT THIS WEEK,
IN ORDER FOR OTHER GOODS
TO TAKE THEiR PLACE.
DO NOT MISS A BENEFIT THIS WEEK :
White Rock and Lonsdale Muslin, 9} cents per yard ; Linen Crash, 4 cents per yard— yard wide ; Extra
Heavy Brown Muslins, 3 cents per yard ; Linen Towels, 50 cents per dozen ; twenty different quali-
ties of Irish Table Linens, from 20 cents per yard to $1 25 ; Curtan Laces, in beautiful patterns, 10J
- cento per yard ; Extra Heavy Marseilles, 12x4 Quilts, only $1 ; Canton Flannel (Basket Pattern) for
Ladies' Saques, in Garnet, Cardinal Scarlet, Old Gold and Pink, only 25 cents per yard - Mosgrove's
price, 50 cents ; Plain Canton Flannels, in colors, Old Gold, Garnet ai.d Blue, only 12} cents per yard—
, I Mosgrove's piice, 26 cents; Terry Cloth, in rich colors— Pink, Blue, Cardinal and White— from 35 to
40 cents per Mosgrove's price, 75 cents ; Beautiful Patterns in Hair Stripe White Piques, only
6} cents per yard, extra value ; 200 i ieces White Piques, in figured Satin Stripe, from 10 cents to 25
cents ; Latest Patterns in Shirting Prints, striped and figured, only 6 cents per yard ; the new style
Fancy Plaid Ginghams, flue quality, for ladies' wear, only 8} centa per yard— the regular price for
these goods is 15 cents ; yard-wide Black French Ptrcales, 10 cents per yard— Mosgrove's price, '5
cents ; Plaid and Plain Mohair-Suitings, 75 cents per yard ; Ruban Dress Suitings, 12} cents per yard ;
Remnants in all qualities of Dress Goods, at one-third their value ; Cambric Parasols, 20 cents; Serge
Parasols, 20-inch, 50 cents ; Serge Parasols, fancy handle, 75 cento to $1 ; Alpaca Parasols, $1 ; Silk
Parasols, In black and colored, from tl 25 to $2 50 ; Plrin and Lined Satin Parasols, black and colored,
from $1 75 to $4 ; Children's Parasols, in Plain Silk and Satin, with Polka Dot, from 40 cento to $1 ;
The White House Kid Gloves, two buttons, all shades, 25 cento. Full lines of Fancy Goods and Dry
; Goods, not spoken of, at equally as low prices.
OUR MILLINERY PARLORS, on Second Floor, are receiving fall attention. Hats
from the Cheapest to the Finest. Flower* and Feathers In American Good* and Im-
ported Trimmings, Ribbons, etc., etc.
We will shortly speak of our BOOT AND SHOE DEPART-
MENT, as our stock is complete. Our celebrated RED HOUSE
BOOT AND BHOGAN, whole-stock kip, still maintain their good
reputation. .yii^i
: OUR CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT
is well stocked with goods, suitable for the season, from Eastern
factories. '■■'_ |j .?*
OUR HAT BOOM has b9en enlarged and stock increased.
„ tT ARTIE * FROM THE COI STRT BHOILD WRITE FOR OIIR NEW PRICE
LIST FUR 1882, SENT FREE. .SAMPLES OF GOODS SENT TO ANT ADDRESS—
INFORMATION GIVEN. DIRECT ALL LETTERS:
XCJESX) SOUSB,
NOS. 70S, 711 and 716 J alreet, Sacramento. C. H. CILMAN. Proprietor.
LEGAL NOTICES.
NOTICE OF SALE
Valuable Mineral Springs and
... Onyx Quarries.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
county of Solano. ROLAND ENGLISH HART-
LEY et al., Plaintiffs, vs. THOMAS M. SWAN et
i al., Defendants— By virtue of a decree of the Supe-
rior Court of the County of Solano, State of Cali-
fornia, made and entered in the above entitled
action, on the 23d day of FEBRUARY. A. D. 1882,
by which we were appointed referees to partition ,
certain lands, and directed to sell according to law,
and the terms of said decree, all that certain pieca
and parcel of land situate in said county of Solano,
State of California, and described as follows : Begin-
ning at a black oak tree on south side of the dug
road leading to the Soda Springs, four chains west
and four chains north of the quarter section corner
on the west line of Section One, In Township Five
North, Range One West, Mount Diablo Meridian,
being the northwest corner of A. 1,. Chapman's
land ; thence along tbe center of said dug road as
follows : North 82* west. 2.50 chains, south 45** W.
2.50 chs, S GO* W. 5.90 chs to a bridge over the south
fork of Soda Springs Creek, N 65' W,2 chs, S BS* W,
2.75 chs, N 00* W, 1.50 chs, N Sl* W, 1.50 chs, N
65" W, 2 chs, N 85* W, 6.25 chs, N 65* W, 4 chs, N
82 J" W, 1 cb. at Soda Spring, branch course
Ne; N 75£* W, 2.08 chs, at white oak at 6 chs
across the creek, and at 6.15 chs small straight
oak 8 inches in diameter, near north bank, N 66*
W, at 7.50 chs ; gulch hears Sw ; 6 chs Ne of the
Quarry, at 19 chs, white oak 15 inches in diameter,
marked 3 hacks, stands on point of oat hills, N 71 s
W, 9.50 chs, stake at base of hills ; S 70}* W, part
stooping white oak, S hacks, at 16.60 chs, stake and
stones on crest of hills ; S 17" E, descend at 15 chs
boiling Soda Spring, 1:50 chs east on W slope of hill,
at 88 50 chs stooping white oak, at 30 chs stake on
crest of hill; S 10* W, 19 chs to Walker's Ravine,
quicksilver in blue clay, 22.40 chs to the north line
of Suisun Rancho in a gulch ; thence along said
line S 80* 33' X, 15 50 chs, to Station No. 25
U. S. Survey of Suisun Rancho ; S 74* 13' E,
31.05 chs to Station 26 of said survey; thence
leaving said boundary and running N 72' E, along
the line of John Lockie's land 28 chs to a buckeye
tree at A. L. Chapman's southwest corner, thence
along Chapman's west line as follows: N 19* W,
20 chs to a forked laurel on rocky point, N 35* W,
1 75 chaius, Nl2J' E, 2.35 chs, N 33J* E, 2 chs, to a
rock on crest of hill, another large rock, bears N
45' E. 12 ft distant ; N IS}" E, 6 chs to a laurel tree
on top of a rocky peak ; ti __' E, 5 chs to a small
laurel, cut off ; N 7.50 chains to the place of begin-
ning. Containing 354 acres of land.
We hereby give notice tbat we will sell at pub-
lic auction the above-described tract of land on the
3d day of June, A. D. 1882.
At tbe Court-house door, in Fairfield, in said Solano
county, at 2 o'clock p. *„ to the highest bidder, upon
the following terms : One-third cash, and the balance
in equal parts, in one and two years respectively,
with interest at 10 per cent, per annum, to be
secured by mortgage on said land.
The said tract is within five miles of Suisun city.
D. N. HASTINGS,') ■
;." J. E. CROOKS, V Referee*. '
_J B. LEMON, )
_ April 20, 1882. a27-td '■
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, COUNTY OF SAC- J
amento, State of California.— the matter '
of the estate of W. B. C. BROWN, deceased. So- '
tice is hereby given by the undersigned, to the '
creditors of and all persons having claims against
the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the neces-
sary vouchers, within ten months after the first pub-
lication of this notice, to the undersigned, at the
office of Catlin A Hamburger, 1007 Second streot, In
the city of Sacramento.
MARTHA C. BROWN,
Administratrix of the Estate of W. B. C. Brown,
deceased. '. . * ■
May 6,1882. „- '-; ..
CaTLis A ||M rubr, Attonievs for Administratrix.
■--,-■ ■ m5-law4wF
REREGISTRATION.
WHEREAS, BY AN ORDER OF THE BOARD
of Supervisors of Sacramento county, made
In conformity with Section 1094 of the Political
Code, and entered of record on the 9th day of De-
cember, 1881, canceling all names then on the Great
Register of said county, and requiring a reregistra-
tlon of the voters therein, all persons entitled to
be registered as voters in said county are hereby
notified to present themselves at th* office of the
County Clerk, in the Court-house at th* city of Sac-
ramento, for such registration. • ■
Sacramento, December 10, 1331.
THOMAS H. BERKEY,
dlOtf County Cleric
qSO^MES, LIQUOBB, Em
~~ EBNER BROB.
TVPOBTEB3 AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
ITIX-E-i AND LIQIOEA,
808. 116 AND 118 X STREET, BETWEEN FRONT
AND SECOND. BACRA MENTO. a26-4plm
INTERNATIONAL BALOON,
.).> ,4 X STREET, BETWEEN THIRD AND
.ti^Sl Fourth, Bailey A Inghram, Proprietors -
We have just refitted and opened the above saloon,
and hay* put in a new stock of the finest wine*,
liquors and cigars in tbe market, and ask a liberal
share of the public patronage. Come and sample.
a24-tf . BAILEY A INGHRAM.
C A3. W. RAPP & CO.-
V~l ROCERS, .-.11 J ST , BET. FIFTH AND SIXTH,
Sacramento.
tT A New Stock of American, French and English
Groceries. Also, a large assortment of the Fines
Japan Teas. -■ - . aH-4plm
picnic GOODS.
POTTED MEATS, CHICKEN, TURKEY, HAM,
and Tongues. .
SARDINES, Boneless and in Mustard. '.'.'-'
• Blue Grass, Pickles, Cream Cheese, Lemon Sugar,
Jellies, etc., etc.
P. EC RX78581.1.,
NO. 71* J STREET. ...[fe'.2 In]... SACRAMENTO.
The Pioxeer Box Factory
81111 Ahead of all Competitor*.
OOpiCSI JSta ; OOS
coaARB or '■ f -".
Frost and X Slreel* Saeramealo
i->:_ - , -, . mZ-Iptt ; : ..s;.v=.v
RAILBOADS, STEAMEBS,
Central Pacific Railroad.
CommenelnK Monday. May IS, 1882,
A_ND USTIL -PURTHW NOTICR,
TRAINS AND BOATS Will LEAVE SACRAMENTO
as follows:
■ .-' - ■.-,. ----- ■■■■ - - ■ - ,
K.J X A.M. — (Sundays excepted)— Accommc-
10.1 rt dation Train to Maryeville, Bed Bluff and
Redding.
6, | A A. M.— (Sundays excepted '—Sau Fran-
• tat cisco Passenger Train via Benicia. Second-
class Passenger Cars attached.
9 .A A A. U.— (Daily)— P. Emigrant Train to
•WW Ogden.
*.O - " A. M.— (Dally)— C. P. Padfle Express, via
I •*»*-» Benicia, for San Francisco.
1 A'(l A •** M.— {or as soon thereafter as prac-
*■"•"" ticable — Sundays excepted)— Steamer for
11 San Francisco, touching at all way ports
on the Sacramento river.
I 1 •9K. A. si.— (Sunday* excepted) Passenger
ll 'w Train for Woodland, Williams and Wil-
- lows.
Ha A -*■ M.— (Dally)-Ban Francisco Passenger
**•*" Train. Connects at Gait with Passenger
-•-r-vj. Train for lone and at Lathrop with the S. P.
Atlantic - Express for Madera, Newhall
I Santa Barbara), Los Angeles, Yuma,
Maricopa (Prescott), Tucson, Benson,
Deming, El Paso, and Haymond, Texas,
1565 miles from San Francisco. Connects
also at Mile* for San Jo**.
2.QA P. M.— Oregon Express for
■W Marysville, Chico, Red Bluff and Redding
(Portland, Oregon).
2' 1 A P. M.— (Daily)— Local Passenger Train
•*" . for Auburn and Colfax. .
3.KA P. M.— (Daily)— San Francisco Passenger
.OV Train, via Benicia.
4. J X P. M.-(Daliy)-Local Train to Lathrop,
sW connecting with S. P. Emigrant Train
j for Deming and El Paso.
7«IA - •*• M.— (Sundays excepted)- Passenger
SSIW Train for Woodland and Knight's Land-
ing. - - -
T.K."? P. M-— (Daily)— C. P. Atlantic Express
•«**' . for Colfax, Reno (Carson and Virginia),
Battle Mountain (Austin), Palisade
(Eureka), Ogden, Omaha and East.
A N. TOWXE General Manager
T. 11. «OODMAN Oen'l Pasa'r and Ticket Agent
)afl-4otf
Sacramento & Placerville Railroad.
"Thi irrr ihmmT"" bb i
■af ___t3__________W_V_____________Z
On as id After Wednesday, April 20, 1882,
■ I .VTII. FURTIIRR NOTICE,
Train* will run between Sacramento and Folsom, as
follows:
Lnara Sscramento for Folsom 8:00 A. M.
Ueava Sacramento for Folsom 4:00 P. M.
.-cava Folsom for Sacramento. 5:00 A. H.
Leave Folsom for Sacramento 12:30 P. M.
. mrf-tf J. B. WRIQHT, Superintendent.
' For Portland and Astoria (Oregon).
CHANQJ~OF TIME.
-• mHE OREGON RAILWAY AND j. _.
I Navigation Company and Pa- si£ : ~_&£fr.
■ dflc Coast Steamship Company will <^^T_rTC'
I diapateb every four day. from bp«-r-^_n-_-___S__e9_tt_l
■ street wtivf, for the above ports, one of their Mew
Al Iron St.iam.hips, via :
Colombia, (Oregon, and State of Call*
fornia.
SAILING DATS:
«ay.. 2, 6, 10, 14, 18, 22, 28, 30
Jane 3, 7, 11, 16, 19, 23, 27
At W o'clock A. *.*-
Connecting at Portland, Or., with Steamers and
Railroads and their connecting Stage-line* for all
point* la Oregon, Waibington and Idaho Territories
British Columbia and Alaska.
Ticket Office : No. 214 Montgomery street
OOODALL, PCRKINS A CO., Agent*, -. -
my3-tf No. 10 Ma rket Btreet, San Francisco.
INMAN ROYAL MAIL
STEAMSHIP LINE.
JOHN TALBOT, PASSESGER ,__, _.
Office of C. P. R. R. , Sacramento, ._<*J'^2iJfe.
tr hells Tlrkets loa »d from aSwjrfc
England. Ireland, aeotland, or any part
of Europe.
SEND FOR YOUR FRIENDS.
tillm.-l
TICKETS
TO MB FROM EUROPE
JOHN TALBOT, TICKET AGENT ''^'^~72L'^i
of the C. P. P.. It., at Sacra. --sS-TjjJSfc
mento, Cal., is a]*.. Agent for the «2fcj':i|fiUr
following Atlantic bteamer Lines :-fc__^M-_-_n____e_-_"
" I.VMAN," WHITE STAR, CCSARdTaMEKICA.V,
RED STAR, ANCHOR (NORTH GERMAN LLOYD
BREMEN LINE) and HAMBURG PACKET LLNE.
Parties Going to the Old Countries
Can', procure tickets of Mr. TALBOT from here to
Tra. is- Atlantic point at the VERY LOWEST RATE
for -which they can be anywhere obtained. Also,
per* mi desiring to send for friends can procure
tlcki (a from him, good from any European Port to
Ame. ica, and thence by Railroad to this coast, at
the s am* price lor which they can be bought in
Eurot to. _; '
Thai* wishing to procure such tickets, but who
reside 1 1 distance from this city, can obtain all do-
sired ii tformation by addressing
JOHN TALBOT, &.*&
TICKET AGENT SACRAMENTO, CAL.
. '
tT Persons can send money by Postofflce Order,
Draft, or by WELLS, FAROO A COS EXPRESS,
from r siy point where they have aa office. . ml
Sacramento Planing Mill,
CIA IH AND BLIND FACTORY, CORNER OF
O Front and Q streets, Sacramento.
Doors, Windows, Blind*.
Finish . nf ill kinds, Window Frames, Moldings of
every description, and Turning.
TIARTWELL, HOTCHKISS A STALKER.
.. -"" r mS-4plm .;-;.,'; .';i:-. s
BUSINESS CARDS
' B. OASIS. 1. }. OM.LT.
rtKI.F. a CROI.T.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, iRE PRE-
j pared to do all kinds of work in then line, itr
city or country. Principal place of business, Sacra-
mento. Shop, No. lilt Second street, between X
and L. Poetoffice Box, No. 110, Sacramento.
mlg-tptf
B. 11. PKTTIT. '
WHOLESALE AND .RETAIL DEALER IS
Foreign and Domestic Cigars, Tobacco, Cig-
arettes, Pipes, etc. Always on hand a full stock of
all classes of goods In my line. R. 11. PETTIT.
- ' m6-4plm
J. A. CtLfSIXCHAH,
SACRAMENTO BOILER AND IRON WORKS, '
I street, between Front. and Second, Sacra-
mento. Manufacturer of Steem Boilers, Sheet lion
Work, etc. Also, all kinds of ba ' airing. Chang ns
Portable Boilers from Wood to £'..aw Burners a
Specialty. ; mB-4ptf
JOHN EITEL. \
ASSATER AND CHEMIST, No. 817 1 8?t-JCET, '
Sacramento, CaL All Assays and Chemical
Analysis accurately carried out at short notice and
moderate rates. Mining Property Sold and Gold
Purchased. Instructions given in Blow-pipe Assay
Ing. (BBSDFoaCiRct r T_-\R.) m2-tplm'
E. -b. .Muaraa a CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
ln Fine Brandies, Wines and Liquors. Agents
for Dr. Jaffe's Celebrated Cinchona Bitters ; also,
agents for Litton Springs Sellzer Water, Sonoma
county, California. No. 11l I street, between Fourth
and Fifth ' • a-JS-iplm
H. I. BOOT. ALXX. KI-ILHO.N I. SKISOOk
BOOT, m-.ii.mc>; A CO.,
UNION I FOUNDRY— IRON AND BRASc
Founders and Machinists, Front street, be
tweon N and O. Castings and Machinery of ever}
description made to ordei. a2l-4olra
-•; | -i: : JAMES HeCDIBE.
MANUFACTURER OF ROAD SCRAPERS
< Iron Doors, Jail Cells, Shutters, Bailings,
Gratings, Housework and Blrtcksmithlng in general,
No. 520 X street, between Fifth and Sixth. Second
hand pools for sale. agg-tptf
1856. F. FOSTER. . 1882.
-pOOKBDJDER, PAPER-RULER AND BLANK.
Book Manufacturer, No. 310 Jstreet, betweer
Third and Fourth, Sacramento. aSO-tpti
LOUIS BS-OSS A CO.,
TTVEALERS, CORNER OF FRONT AND 1
\y ttreets. Highest price for Hides, Sheet
Pelts and Tallow Butchers supplied with Salt,
Paper, latest improved Sausage Machines, Stuffers,
Lard Presses, etc. Prompt cash returns mad* foi
all consignments. - a!8-*ptf
C. 11. KBEBS A CO..
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS,
I . Glass, Varnishes, Brushes, Wall Paper, Wax
Flower Goods and Picture Moldings, Painters' and
Artists' Materials. Sola Agent* for Averill's Mixed
Paints, Building Paper. No. 628 J street. Sacra-
mento. Cal. ..--■-■■ al-tptf
HOBBY A ELLSWOBTH.
DEALERS IN CHIMNEY PIPE, SEWER PIPE,
Drain Tile, Stoneware, Crockery, Glassware
Majolicaware, Decorated and Plain Flower Pots, etc.
No. 817 J street, Sacramento, Cal. al-4plm
H. H. M WILLIAMS. _. F BUULTI.
Sic WILLIAMS A Mill (I,
HOPE IRON WORKS, FRONT STREET, BE-
tween I and J. Machinery and castings made
to order. T fo4-4plm
WM. . CUTTENBEBCEK,
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDER AND MA-
chlnist. Front and N streets. Manufacturer of
Quttenbereer's Horse Powers, Pateat Ground Roller
and Clog Crushei and Barley Mills. ' All kinds ol
Hydraulic Pipes. For Bale, Threo Miller Patent Hay
Presses. ml.-li_r.__a
ATTORNEYS AT . LAW."
CBOVE I. JOHNSON, — ; :
A TTORNEY-AT-LAW— OFFICE, FIFTH ST
J\. between I and J. Residence, No. 207 1 street
between Seventh and Eighth. iulo-4plm
H. 0. BBATTT. W. H. BBATTT. ADAH BSATTT.
BEATTT, BEATTY A BEATTY,
A TTOKNEYS-AT-LAW, WILL PRACTICE IN
x\. Federal and State Courts of California and
Nevada. Office : Capital bank Building, corner
Fourth and J streets. mMptf
O. E. SATSS. A. 0. FRBUAK.
I ltt.l_tl.4N A , BATES, .
X AWYEKS— OFFICE, NO. 916 FIFTH STREET,
between I and J, Sacramento, Cal. a 27
JOHN W. ABMSTBONC,
A TTORNEY-AT LAW. — OFFICE, CAPITAL
J\_ Bank Building, corner Fouith and J streets.
Residence, No. 917 O street. R. M. CLARKEN,
same office, will attend to Mr. ARMSTRONG'S busi-
ness in his absence, * all-lm
T. B. HeFABLAND.
ATTORNEY-AY-LAW-OFFICE, NORTHEAST
corner of J and Second streets. " Residence, H
street, hetween Fifteenth and Sixteenth. a9-4plm
CHAS. T. JO-IKS. SO. V. MARTIN. '
JONES A HABTIN,
ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW, NO. 807 1 STREET, BE.
tween Sixth and Seventh, Sacramento.
m24-4plm . . ,
PHYSICIANS AND SUBQEONS
I>-. LAINE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.— OFFICE AND
Residence, No. 323 J street, between Third
Fourth. Hours : Btolo a. a., 3to 5 and 7toBr. a.
Office of City Superintend nt of Public Schools at
same place. . ' mMplm
■W. A. BCSHSON, H. D.,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Offics, southwest corner of Seventh and J
streets, in Bryte's new building, up itairs. Reel*
dence, southeast corner of Seventh a.id N streets,
Sacramento. Office hours : Ito 3 and 6toBr. _.
a2S-4plm -•-.••
MISS C. A. COSS, M. D„
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN-OFFICE WITH
Miss Dr. Kellogg, corner Seventh and I streets.
Residence, 915 X street, j Office hours, 10 to 12 a. a.,
3 to 5, and 7 to 8 r.M. ■- a2i-lm
DX. A. E.BBVNK, ', 7 "7 -V£
GRADUATE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF
Berlin, Germany, and of the Medical College of
the Pacific, San Francisco. Offico and residence,
621 J street, between Fifth and Sixth, Sacramento.
Office hours, 9 to 11 a. m., 3 to 5 and 7 to 8 r. a.
■ ■ ■ '. ■■ alB-tf : - - ■ , .- _ ■
WM. ELLEBY BKII.CS. H. '».,
OCUUST, AURIST AND PHYSICIAN rOB
Diseases of the Thioat. Office, 429 J street,
comer of Fifth, over Sacramento Bank, Sacramento,
Cat: Hours - 9:30 to 12 a. m.; 1 to i r. it. Sundays—
9:30 to 11 a. »■: 1 to IT. a. - al-tf .
DB. W. B. BALDWIN,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, NORTHEAST
corner of eond and X streets. Office Hours-
-10 a. a. to 12 a.; 3 r.M. to 5r *.. and 7 r. M.m23-lm
' MISS I . J. I. ELI <>«.(.. M. !>..
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN—
corner Seventh and I streets (.Nathan's Build-
ing), and Residence, 916 X street. Office hours—
From 12 to 3, 6 to 8 r. a. mlt-tplm
DB. NIXON.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, M STREET BE-
tween Ninth and Tenth, Nos. 918 and 920. Will
visit the Railroad Hospital dally at 9:30 a. a. Otfioe
hours— to 9A. a.; Ito 3 a., and evenings mH-lm |
DR. WALLACE A. BBISOf
HAS P.I3IOVED HIS OFFICE ANj RESI- !
dence to Dr. O. L. Simmons' Beading, J
street, between Second and Third. Office Hours: 8 :
to 9a. M., 11 a. M. to 2T. a., and 6to 8 a. mlt-tl
DB. HATCH,
|"VFFICE, 84 J STREET— HOURS: 9
a. a., and 12:30 to 2 r. a. ml-tf
DR. Q. L. SIMMONS.
NO. 812 J STREET, BETWEEN SECOND AND
Third, Sacramento.
(9 M 10 A ■__!
» to 4 r. M. V ml-4ptt
Ito 8 r a ) •
FRITZ & MILLER, ~"
INDEBTAkiK*.
/"VFFICE IN ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE,
II Ninth and ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE,
Ninth and X street*. Complete sUjck
of UNDERTAKERS' GOODS constantly on
hand. City and coontry orders promptly at-
tended to, day or night, it reasonable rates, aI-
•J. FRANK CLARK.
' vi jm __ta__a_v_v^L____w___ta \
No. 1017 Fourth St., bet. J and B.
Always a complete stock In store. Country
orders receive prompt attention. al-4plm
i
A. J. VERMILYA.
Coaaty Coroner and Cadertaker,
Has removed to No. 820 J street, bet. Fifth and
Sixth. Always on hand a large assortment of
Metallic and Wooden Caskets, Burial Cases and
Coffins. Shrouds furnished and Funeral Wreaths
Preserved. Coffin orders will receive prompt
attention on short notice and at the lowest rate*.
Marsters' Self-feeder,
Awarded FIRST PREMIUM at San Joaquin District
Fair. .
MARSTERS' SELFRECULATOR WINDMILL
(" TEMPE3T>-A warded Sweepstake Premium at
Fair, San Joaquin.
MARSTERS' IMPROVED STACKINC DERRICK!
Awarded FIRST PREMIUM at San Joaquin Fair.
MA.MFACrCBED AND FOB KALE !
OBSESS ADDKI-SSSD TO -
XI. JT. OX.A.RBTXJRS,
aSi-trSa Sleekton City.
PIONEER LIVERY STABLE.
T. D. SCRIVER _.. Proprietor.
BACKS ON CALL AT ANY nOUR,|X^
L day or night. Coupee, Phaetons, jjßdbl
awavs. Barouche*, Baggie*, with th. BP 7? 1
best roadsters to be found in any livery stable oo
the coast, for hire. Horses kept In livery at reason
able rates. Livery Stable* on Fourth street, he
t*een I and J. %
BLACK DIAMOND COAL
AND SCREENINGS.
rryvtr. above well know i SUPERIOR
I MONTE DIABLO COAL, the meet economical
that can be used for steam, Is for sals In lots to suit
at Black DiamonJ Landing, Contra Costa county
and at the offloe of the Company, southeast corner
of Folsom and Spear streets, San Francisco. - : ■ ;
- P. B. CORNWALL,
m7-tf President B. D. 0. U. 00 '
'medical.
P ■ ■ ■ - • ' , "7
The best Spring Medicine utT"
Beautifier ofthe Complexion in nse".
Cures Pimples, Boils, Blotches,
Neuralgia, Scrofula, Gout, Eheu- •
matic and Mercurial Pains, and all
Diseases arising from a disordered
state of the Blood or Liver.
SOLD BY ALL DBLCCIBTS.
J. R. GATES & CO-,
Proprietors. 417 Sansome street, Sac Francisco.
m27-4p3m^aw3m
TO BBEAT ESBLISH BEMEDY
gS3JST»Jy=3SESHn > » never-falllng Cure
M^6AS?^?K3BS -"•^ OUfll)c-bl!!r v -,Fx.
\/fi§T^-— — C"^?X i; J hl " L,tt ' 1 Vitality, Sem-
VrV' /'' ' *»% \£vl m » to " h<Bl i ***t «**•
Ifc* l'~ - _»n!S '\i_V """"hosa. Lost Maa.
Wj *fc__>,"-5rH \S' 00,, r lmpotency.
M'lTiti^iM^l^^ *" the
k^Ht^S'vP£^S3 ,I ' aee • yonthtal follies
f^i-'^^y^Mii^vCi.v.'.rd cic««i-s In uature
VbX/^.'fifvrf^iMg/filyDtin— such a, lo=s il
-__^_nl____a^ I tuteft-fl E__uL«ion, Aver,
sion to Society, Dimness of Vialcn, Noises la the
Head; the vital fluid passing unob/ierved in tbe .
urine, and many other dlsea__es that lead to ii. -volty
and death. '
OK. MIXTI-E, ' who Is a rogu! r physician
(graduate of the University of Pennsylvania),
will agree to forfeit five Ilamdred Do!,
lars for a case of this kind the VITAL
RESTORATIVE (under his special advice and
treatment) will not cure, cr for anything impure or
Injurious found in It. DB. MIKTIK treats ail
Private Diseases successfully trithout i^.-.-Miry.
Consultation free. Thorough t____±_&2h and
advice, including analysis of urine, $£„ H>« of
Vital RestsratlTC, 83 a bottle, cr fcct'tonei
the quantity, $10; sent to any addrees rs_ti re.
ceipt of price, or C. O. !>., secured from cl 'tartmbat
and In private name lf desired, by A. E. IUISTIE, ,
M. D. No. 11 Kearey Street, Saa K'raa-
elsro, Cal. — — — -
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREEI
Will be sent to any one applying hy letter, stating
symptoms, sex and age. Strict secrecy in regard to
all business transactions.
dr. MINTIE** KIDNEY kesifb7, ib.'
PBRETU'CM. cures ail kinds cf ildi'cy and
Bladder Complaint*, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, 1 1 iir.rVna
For sale by all Druggists ; $1 a bottl: ; iix tittles
for ._•-,.
DR. BUVTIE'S "BAB DEMOS paig are the
best and cheapest DVSPEFSIA and lilt iota
cure In the market. For sale byall Drogglqf.
KIRK, GEARY A CO., Sacramento, Wholesale
Agents. ma tply&og-swlyWS
llt\r^__i:' \ ■«;..%«:;:__:
Illi.»f-U^i;il \ K««a«ly ami Serve
lll!___W^*"^ I^XH' is the. legitl.
U'^Br.. irs.-j>imW m, "- c result °' over M
w:_^VK^a___iTC > 'B_fr'< >' l a ™ cl practical ex-
:%^|i' £Bs?M'}& I ,eri( n<». »nd CURES
«J»%/^&rSI*K WITU UNFAILING
nrtyi&i '^'«y«n CKRTAIKTif Nervons
IlKf ./isSZjmW.im "»' pi-.-iuj D-.-.im v ,
nh t^W^nlm Se m >°^WeaknceH,S|>er.
lllJuvenAiUM KXrfeiSft
>__W-W_______________B»aMßa___BvluUty, Premature De-
cline and LOSS OF M_t_«UOOD, Irom whatever
cause produced. It enrichos and purities the Blood.
Strengthens the Nerves, train, Muscles, Digestion,
Reproductive Organs, and Physical and Mental
Faculties. It stops any unnatural debilitating
drain upon the system, preventing Involuntary
losses, debilitating dreams, seminal Ureses with the
urine, etc., so destructive to mind and body. It Is a
sure eliminator of all KIDNEY AND BLADDER
COMPLAINTS. It contains no injurious ingredients.
To tbose suffering from the evil effects
of yooihrul Indiscretions or excesses, a
speedy, thorough and permaneat (THK
IS tH'ABANI'EED. Price, 83 SO pet bottle,
or five bottles In case, with full directions ana
advice, 81*. Sent secure from observation to any
address npon receipt of price, or 0. 0. 1). To be
had only of •
Dr. C. D. Salfleld. SIS Kearny Street.
Ban Francisco, CaL Consultations strictly confl.
dentlal, by letter, or at oXcc, FREE. For the con-
venience of patients, and Iv order to insure perfect
secrecy, I have adopted a private address, under
which all packages are forwarded.
TRIAL BOTTLE FREEI -v 'U 7
HOTICE.— I will send a trial bottle of
tbe BEJI'VEXATOB-Huflleianl to show Its
merit— of charge, to stsv one aCllcted,
applying by letter, stclli^Snls symptoms
and age. CommnnlcaaiTta str etly out-
doHtlsl. -
.
TO THE UNFORTUNATE!
DE,GIBBOHpipSgffI,
•23 Kearny street, San Franetiteo.
Established In 15*1 for
Miii—^^^yfyjji such asGonorrhea, Gleet,
_mi__*£&Ss3xs_. StT,cta3, «. Syphllln ln all
/■S^irS JJMiir*-"* ™y^s '" forms, Scmina. Weak.
mnP *> £%_\*4 nc3n ' ' ID P ot «"cy, bWn
Wfii. ■ lit $&.${ Di"e«os, etc., -xiroia.
iX'itf^ "raSfe*^'''l nently cure
»sfeS^_^sS*'^ s<;in,nal '^-^•*»»
S^^B Bcßjni! Emissions, ths
S^SkrW 'MiirwiSi 'M^'i-i consequence of self-abus*.
?y^llz3^&J*Z&W*i.'. This solitary vice er de-
CI^^MSSSjeS-^iiiSSiV-r-; prrved sexual indulgence,
ls practiced by the youth of both saxes to an almost
unlimited extent, producing with unerring certainty
the following train of morbid symptoms, unless
combated by scientific medical measures, via.: Sallow
countenanco, dark spots under the eyes, pal.i ln the
head, ringing in the cars, noise like the rustling of
leaves and rattling of chariots, uneasiness abont
tbe loins, weakness of the limbs, confused vision,
blunted intellect, loss of confidence, dense in
approaching strangers, a dislike to form new ac-
quaintances, disposition to shun society. Lies of
memory, hectic flushed, pimples and various erup-
tions about the face, furred tongue, fetid Tain,
coughs, consumption, night sweats, monomania ana
frequent Insanity.
' CITKED AT HOME.
Persons at a distance mar be cured at home by ad-
dressing a letter toDR. OIBBON, sta'lng cane, symp-
toms, length of time the disease has continued, and
nave medicines promptly forwarded, free from
damage and curioelty, to any part of the country,
with full and plain directions. By inclosing ten
dollars In registered letter, through the Pistoffice,
or through W ells, Fargo A Co., a package of medicine
will be forwarded to any part of the Union. Please
say you saw this advertisement In the Rsooas,
Umos. Address, DR J. F. GIBBON, •;■-..
l___M.4pt_.-_mw . Box I.BW. Kan Frmnctaeo.
BR. SPINNEY & CO..
OF NO. II KEARKY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO.
Treat all Chronic and Special Diseases
*or.N«; nim
\TTTIIO MAY BE SUFFERING rROM TIIE
\ V effects of youthf ol follies or Indiscretion,
sill do well to avail themselves of this, the greatest
yw efloct* of youthful foi Hot or UiAi-tcrtilnu.
-loon ever laid at the altar of sufferlug humanity.
i Kit. BPINNEY will guarantee to forfeit ?600 for
svery case of Seminal Weakness or Private Disease
of any kind or character which he undertake* and
i falls to cure ■ •--.■--..-_■•
MIDDLS-AGED Air*.
There aie many at the age of thirty to sixty who
I are troubled with too freooent evacuation of the
bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting of
burning sensation, and a weakening of ths system In
a manner the patient cannot account for. On exam- .-
Inlng the urinary deposit* a ropy sediment will often
be found, and sometimes email particle* of albumen
will appear, or the color will be ol a thin milkisb
hue, again changing to a dark and torpid appearance.
There are many men who die of this difficulty, Igno-
rant of tne causa, which Is tne second stage of sem-
inal weakness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure
In all such cases, and a healthy restoration of th*
genito-urinary organs.
Office hours -1* to 4 and •to 8. Sunday trom
IS to II a. St. Consultation free. Thorough exam*
ination and advice, IS. Call or address
DR. SFIKNET A to.. ".'bj .
No. 11 Kearny street, San Francisco.
P. B.— For private diseases of short standing, a fnll
course of medicines, sufficient for a cure, with all
I nstruf.tlr_.ns will be sent to any address lor SIC.
feT^pgUwMTWThFtf '
NERVOUS^ DEBILITY.
A € IRE GUARANTEED.
Dr. E.C. WESTS NERVE AND brain TREAT-
f MENT.— A specific for Hysteria, Dizziness,
: tjunt 'iMooa, Nervosa Headache, Mental Depression,
Loss of Memory, Hp*-rm_atorrh«ra, I m latency, Invol-
: untary Eaiirsiuni, Prematura Old Age, caused l.y
overexertion, self-abuse, or overindulgence, *hr>h
I leads to misery, decay and death. One box will cure
r recent cases. Each box contains one month's treat-
: ment. One dollar a box, or six boxes 'or five dollars.
j Sent by mall prepaid on receipt of price. We
i guarantee six boxes to cure any case. With each
i order received by us for six boxes, accompanied
I with five dollars, we will send the purchaser our
written guarantee to return the money If the treat-
ment does not effect a cure. Guarantees issued
. only by KIRK, GEARY A CO.. Druggists, Sacra-
mento, Cal. Orders by mai at Regular I'rice.
d7-4p
Dr. Eicord's VITAL Restoratlrt
HAS BEEN INDORSED BT THE ACADEMY
OF PARIS, FRANCE, tested over a half a
century as a SpeciSc for Nervous and Physical De-
bility, Loss of Manly Vigor, etc. Contains no Phoa-
phorus, Cantbande., or any other poison- Pro.
duces do reaction and is termsne&t in effect. Of
Lcvaiieor Paris, and 1. A. BAUER, I'rogirm, Sole ..___
Agent .or the Paciflc «>** i «"» , ■ »!.- .£ 1 2 f '
FRANCISCO. Jtox.a of Wl Kl*». i-riTK^ tip.
Sent by mail- toelaaj stamp for descriptive rly-
cuiara. with testimonials and symptoms. Oenoifie
naa private proprietary stamp* with monogram of
8, b. 8. m»tf-**wlawHm3
BUY THE Ct J^€.
Dr. Eicord's "
Restorative Pills.
A SPECIFIC FOR EXHAUSTED VITALITY, PHY-
SICAL DEBILITY, IMPOTENCE, WASTED
FORCES ETC., ■ - ■
Approved by the Academy of -Medicine
of Paris, and by the medical ; celebrities
of the world. Agents for California and
Ike Paelfle Stales, J. C. STEELE & CO. 633
MARKET STREET IPALACE HOTEL), SAN FRAN-
CISCO. Kent by mall or express to any
part or the conalry. Box or 50, $1 to ,
of IM, 93 75 '. or JO*. «5 : or too, -M. Pre •
paralory Pills, St. - SEND FOR CIRCULAR.
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