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Sudden Heath or :in Old Lady Fire near
Auburn — A Boy Dragged I" Uratli by a
Hor.e Itttiuazlnif North Wind— Sulrlde
at Victoria— A \rvada Farmer Hung.
Himself Ileum Trout Oirgun In.
[STSCIAL Irlr.PVTt.llr. TO THE MKOBO irsios.]
Found t.ulllv of Murder — ll.iirn;'.
Mauled Tor a l.t-allng.
Nevada ( i ri . May 19th -Tha jut in the
case of the People vs. Maurice Peuiion,
charged with the murder of A. (J. L.adda at
Columbia Hill last January, after be ing out
lour hours, returned » verdict of guilty, and
fixed the penalty at imprisonment for life.
The trial extended over e : g'tt ' ■'•'*. Some
of the jurymen aay they do not believe Peni
lon to have i. . ii alone in the commission of
the crime.
The trial of the ca-e of D. H. Williams vs.
Wm. Smith bas corr-ru'tieed in the Superior
Court. William* and Smith lived lit the
aame house at Grata Valley. Oo the night
of February 20, lSsl, previous to which time
there had been trouble between the. two,
Williims was attacked on his jiorch by ion
.me. who beat him almost to death. He
claims that Smith was the party who did it,
and Smith swears that it was tome other
man, although he was convicted and served
aix months in j.i for the assault. Williams
wants 95,000 damages.
ll.iniagliiK Vl „d.
MABTSVILLK, May l'.i-h.— A strong, warm
north wind has been blowing to-day, un
doubtedly doing considerable damage to the
Krsldrnre ■ id Barn Burnt rl.
Aiui.'RN, May 19th. — Abtut 3 o'clock Una
morning the residence am! barn of <_'. F.
Julien, situated about four miles south of
here, was probably destroyed by fire, the
origin of which is unknown. The loss is
probably covered by insurance.
sudden Death Ually Newspaper.
Chico, May 19th.— sudden death took
place here to-day from congestion of the
lung*. Mrs ii. B. Elliott, if San Francisco,
came to Chioo last Tuesday evening to see
her daughter, Mrs. D. D. Harris, and was in
excellent health up to 10 o'clock thin morn
ii..'. when she was suddenly seized with con
gestion and died shortly afterwards. She
came to California in 1552, and was 81 years
of age. The body will be taken to San Fran
cisco to-morrow morning for interment.
The Chico Semi- Weekly Enterprise an
nounces this afternoon that it will come out
as a daily evening paper next Monday, with
the Associated Praia dispatches. ,
Roy Dragged lo Heath by a Horse.
Hot-USHEB, May 19th. — accidental
deaths have occurred in this county during
the past ten days. The last took place Thurs
day evening. The victim was a 14-year-old
boy named V Lopez. He was on horseback,
riding in the Q lien .-'ab; hills, r.bout sixteen
miles southeast of here, when hii horse threw
him off. His spurs caught in the saddle
cinch, and he was dragged for nearly two
miles, hi. head and face being mangled almost
beyond recognition.
Suicide liy Hanging.
C-UtSOH, May 10 — Henry Karcp, a well
to-do farmer ot Ktst Fork, near Genoa, com
mitted suicide yesterday by hanging himself
in his b»rn. Last Sunday i. imp fell Into a
large irrigating ditch, w..s considerably
bruised and nearly drowned. The opinion
prevails that his rash deed was superinduced
by this accident. The verdict of the C To
ner's jury was to this effect. The deceased
was a native of Prussia, aged 1! years, and
h»d be-m married less than four months.
His domestic life was very happy.
Two Ladle* Injured— Holler Explosion—
The Wreck or liie Itrulhrr Jonathan."
Portland. M ty r.i h. — A carriage team
driven by Judge Strong's colored driver
knocked down and seriously injured Mrs.
William Collins, of Collins' Landing, this
afternoon, and injured another lady slightly.
The driver was arrested and placed uader
The boiler in Alisky's candy factory ex
ploded this morning, scalding two workmen,
named Frank Moran and John -Uatschuk.
Keither were danger hurt.
Mail advices from Port Orford state that
the schooner Et'ber (Joboa will receive by
the next trip of the Hums a complete wreck
ing outfit, and devote herself to recovering
the wreck of the steamer Brother Jonathan,
wrecked seventeen years ago.
Portland, May 19th.— Mrs. .1. W. Case,
wife of a prominent banker of Astoria, died
last night, after a short illness.
»VA-.imi_l->\ TF.REITOBY.
Fire ul Seattle.
Seattle, May lU;h. — A fire broke out in
the blacksmith shop of Mcßeth i McGee, on
Second street, in this city, at 3 A. .«., and be
fore it was extingniihed the buildiug and its
contents were destroyed, as also a building
alongside occupied by a Chinese woman. The
loss was about $1,500.
Fatal Shooting tlTr.tv.
Port Towkbexd, May l'J.h. —On last
Tuesday afternoon a row took place -in Lopez
Island between two men named Kay and
Anderson. It appears that a cow belonging
to Anderson broke into an inch i belong
to Kay, when the latter shut the animal up.
A fight over this occurred between the two
men, in which Kay got thrashed, when he
went to the house, got a gun, and going up
to Anderson fired both charges into hin?,
killing him instantly. Kay is under arrest.

BBITIsII HlllMlllt.
Seir- tlurder seal I i-lilng.
Victoria, May 18th. — John Lewis, for
merly city messenger for Wells, Fargo i Co.,
strangled himself with a cord in his room
last evening. In a memorandum br o'_ he
wrote his name and birthplace before com
mitting the deed. Ha was troubled with
cancer in tho stomach, aad had been pro
nounced incurable.
The schooner Alfred Adams came in from
the seal fisheries with SOO skins, and reports
the prospects there good.
Tbe Small-Pax Situation No More Pa
tients to Leave tbe Unarantlned
(•trainer — Tw» Bojh Injured- Pre*!
- dene? of (be Democratic Slate Conven
tion—A New Incorporation— Etc.
ls--r.i_.Ai. DisrATCires TO tub -tBCO-tn-nNio.*.]
The Small-Pox Httnailnn — Action of Ihe
Board or llraltli.
San Francisco, May 19th.— Although no
very careful inspection was made to-day by
the Quarantine Officer, two mere cases of
small-pox were reported on board the steamer
The Board of Health held a special meet
ing this evening for the purpose of consider
ing the question as to whit action should be
taken with reference to the disposition of the
patients. It was determined by the Board
that no more Chinese patients should be re
moved to the pest-bouse. There are already
aeventy-one canes of small-pox there now,
and the accommodations are deemed inade
quate for any more. The Board also prohib
ited the transferring of any passengers from
the steamer to the quarantine launch. The
reasons assigned are that the charterers have
piven no assurance that they will defray the
expenses ; that the steamer Contra Costa,
which the consignees propose to use as
a quarantine hospital, is old and unsea
worthy; that she cannot he anchored with
safety a deep water, and if moored in shal
low water the Chinese could wade ashore at
low tide; that trt ra was no guarantee that
a guard would be placed on the steamer to
prevent the Chinese from leaving at will.
The Board maintained that the best place to
keep the patients was on board tbe Alton
ower. There was no danger of the disease
being communicated to the shore, owing to
the isolation of the quarantined vessel ; thst
Custom-house officials were on board day and
night, and would prevent any passengers
from landing; that all the infected
puaengera conld be comfortably provided for
on board. Mac. my & Co.'s agent, who
was present at the tceetia -, said the char
terers had consented to dtfray the expenses
1 i keeping the patients at the hospital, and
that the coLsi^nees would agree to plaoe a
guard of five men on the steamer Contra
Costa, if the Board would consent to have
the passengers transferred. However, the
Board determined to keep all the passengers
in their present quarters.
A special meeting of the I. iard will be
held to-morrow afternoon to discuss the ques
tion of whether or not Hongkong is' an in
fected port, and to take some action in the
matter. This question is becoming a very
serious one in the opinion of the Board.
I'resldrury or the llrmocralic stale t'on
vent lon.
Sax Francisco, May l'J.h.— lt is under
stood that John B gga will be chosen Presi
dent of the Democratic State Convention, as
one who will not he obnoxious to any of the
gubernatorial aspirants.
llruiocrallr Clnb Heeling*.
Pax Fisancisco, May 19 h. -Fifteen local
Democratic Clubs held meetings this even
ing. The meetings were generally well
attended. Tne business transacted c jusi-ted
of the enrollment cf members and the
selection of delegates to attend the Confer
ence Convention.
Two Beys Injured.
Sax Fbaxcisco, May 19th,— A little boy
named Hughes, residing at the corner of
Twenty-second and Bryant streets, was run
over by a Mission-street car this morning.
The wheels passed over the little fellow's
body, .in.! he is now lying iv a critical condi
At about 8 o'clock this morning Thomas
Cnrley, a boy about fifteen years old. work
ing in E me's drug store, on amy stree*,
got his left band caught in the elevator ami
bad it severely lacerated, He was taken to
the City lie.- lying Hospital.
Suit for Damages -Anniversary Olrbra-
lion Hit*, <*u>>i-f Broken.
San Fuahcisco. May 19;h.— Charles Kopp,
a ror fer, has sued Charles .M. Mason in the
Sunerior Court, to recover damages laid at
(20,650, for personal injuries sustained by
plaintiff while iv the employ of defendant in
ascending an insecure ladder.
The thirty-thiid anniversary of the First
Presbyterian Church Sabbatbechool will be
held on Stockton street Sunday morning.
This will be the last occasion of the kind to
be held in the present church building, llev.
Dr. Patterson will deliver the address.
L. T. Lizare & Co., the suspended broker
age linn, say their liabilities do not exceed
£:W 000. They estimate their assets at be
tween SIS. OOO and $20,030, and the rise iv
the stock market to-day increased the amount
More Table Railways.
Sax FraSCISCO, May 10.b.— Lelar.d Stan
ford, Charles Crocker, (.'hit Is F.Crocker,
WBlard V. Hnnticgton and Nicholas Smith
have formed themselves into an association,
and incorporated as such, for the purpise of
constructiog and operating cable railways
al ..g many 1 f the principal streets of the
city. The combined length of the roads will
h» thirteen miles. Tne capital stock is to be
$5,000,000, divided into 50.000 shares. The
incorporators abjve named have subscribed
for 130 shares, to wit : Stanford 40. Charles
K. Crecker 23, Hunting! 20, Smith 10.
Articles of incorporation were tiled in the
Clerk's offi a -day.
The Animals' Mortality Ueporl.
San Frascisco, May 19.h.— monthly
meeting of the Boiri of Directors of the
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals was hell yesterday. During the
month 52 cases were reported. There were
11 arrests and convictions. In 34 cases the
c implaiuts were remedied without prosecu
Number of deaths reported daring the
week, 97 — males 56, females 41 ; cr expend
ing week of la-t year, 87.
a Brave .*.<■! Appreciated.
San Feaxcisco, May 19*.— Hugh Mu!
holl.vnd, who rescued a little daughter of
Walter N. Uawley from drowning in a well
at Oikltnd a few days ago. has been pre
sented wih a gold watch and clnin and $500
in gold, in recognition of his act.
The League of Deliverance.
San Francisco, May 19:h. — Branch
1. '..-.tie of Deliverance No. 5 held a meeting
this tveaiug, Judge Hubert Ferral presiding.
Seventeen new members joined the League
and a number of addresses were made. J.
K. Phillips, tho Secretary, called the atten
tion tf the League to a petition that is
being circulated by tha Executive Committee,
requesting that Hongkong be declared an in
fected port, and that all vessels arriving
therefrom be quarantined' for sixty days.
The petition was enthusiastically signed, and,
in addition, placed in resolution form and
adopted unanimously.
The first lucifer match was made in 1 829.
The first balloon ascent was mado in 1 783.
Thimbles were an invention of the Dutch.
The tint iron steamship was built in 1 530,
Petards were invented by the Huguenots
in 1570.
Hats were first made in England by
Spaniards in 1510.
Metmer, a German physician, first ad
vocated mesmerism m 1700.
It is estimated that there arc seven mil
lions ot Jews in the world.
Cadmus brought the invention of letters
from Syria to Greece about 1548 A. m.
The transfusion of the blood of one body
into that of another was first attempted in
According to Dr. Gunther there are
7,000 species of liah now known to men of
For some time after the Norman invasion
slaves comprised part of the exports from
England to foreign ports.
Curfew bell was introduced into Eng
land by William 1., 1068. It rang at 8
o'clock, when all lights and tires were to
be extinguished.
When it was proposed to introduce
gladiators into Athens, a citizen from the
crowd cried out, " First throw down the
altar erected above a thousand years ago,
by our ancestors, to Mercy ! "
St. Swithin's day is July 15th. He
lived in England in the uinth century.
Tradition states that it rained forty days
in consequence of the proposed removal of
his remains to the cathedral from the
A young woman of (Ireensburg, Pa., who
had long been a sufferer from a nervous dis
ease, caused her friends great alarm about
eight weeks ago by suddenly manifesting
an utter inability to eat. For forty days
she ate nothing, liquid or solid, but when
there seemed to remain not the slighest
chance of recovery, and she was so weak
that death was apparently only a few hours
distant, she as suddenly regained the
power to take and digest food, and is now
expected to get well. Her friends are de
lighted, the doctors are puzzled, and
skeptics are winking in a malicious and
derogatory manner.
Baa Francisco produce Market.
Sam Francisco, May 19th— 1 p. m.
Fbonß — Free purchases art) reported on Central
American account Best City Extra, $5 :(7j.-/5 f>o;
Superfine, *4 7536 ■£; Interior Extra, & &03 ;
Interior Sunertiue, Hint 25 V bbl.
Wheat- This market is less steady than a week
ago. At that time there was a marked demand on
account of tbo export Interest, which appear* to
have been satisfied, as business fur a day or two has
been rather quiet, and shippers are not so promi
nent as buyers. Prices reported show much irregu
larity, the range being rrom il (15(_tl 72£Vctlfor
fair 1 1 choice qualities. Kill) are the only parties
who are said to have piid tbe latter figure recently,
and th. n only ior small selected parcels. Two Utile
lots ol about 50 tons each were placed to-day at
$1 tJTiir'l 70 V ctl, claimed to be No. 1 shipping.
Un the Produce Exchange call no bu-iucss was done.
A prominent operator offered to take any part ot
1,000 tons .No. 1 Whits in September at $1 68$, but
11 10 ly desired to till. At tie drain Exchange this
alternoon a lot of 100 tons No. '_! sold spot at tl 12_
Barley— Business is very quiet- There is no spot
trade «I consequence, while the speculative let-ling
that kept metiers lively for a time seems to have
subsided. At the Pioouce exchange tnis morning
not a sale was recorded, spot lots ot No. 1 Brewing
are worth at least $1 65, and perhaps lor the next
three 1 tooths holders can realize between fl 3 > and
St 80 ior alt parcels ol desirable old crop. The cur
rent rate I«r No. 1 Feed is $1 71} 733- without
any great volume of brads. Chevalier is offered al
most daily; but until to-dar there was a wide mar
gin ■ operators. On call this morning tl.e
differ nee was □ .rrowed down to 2c «i ctl only, the
quotation being $1 68 bid against $1 70 V etl __'_„,'.
[or No. 1 grade. Balesat toe Grain Exchange this
alternoon included 400 tons aad ~\A) do No. 1 Feed
iv September, $1 22| $* ctL
Oats— The market doe* not look quite so strong.
A slight abatement in inquiry SStH«S holders to be
somewhat more disposed to make concessions,
though no marked tumble in values u«1 bail
pected. A parcel ol about 100 bigs good White Or
egon changed hands at $2 V c'J, which is regarded
as a lull figure Choice would perhaps bring &
slight advance, while Surprise oould barely bo
p:-*.*) a; the moment above IB 10 > ' «ti
Rvs Offerings are light, while the demand is
quite nominal. Under the circumstances it is not
.1- to give a guiding quotation, though small con
signments coul I likely he placed within a range of
*2 i'l nt 50 V ctl. A speculator bought on call 50
ton. So. 2 September delivery at $1 89* ctl. For
d. liveries seller '..-.1, 81 05 va bid against »I 70 V
ctl asked.
coats — For the first time in over two weeks sales
were made to day "ii both present an.l future ac
rant. A miller bought 17.'. bags large Yellow spot
at SI SO, while two io' aof 100 tons and 50 .ns were
recorded on call f.r October delivery at $1 -27 J V ctl.
r.r rxi '.f m 5 1 "rr 7-i 75 _. ctl.
Hit Tbe first new Bavef the season arri/ed tn
dav from Antioch, eonaiating of is bis Wheat, which
sold at $15 50 V ton, an extreme figure. Wheat.
$14(3(15 : wild "it. 512W13 ; futile. 110(812? ton.
Urns Washington Territory, I9tg'2lc ; California,
221225 c ; Oreiron, Isw'tc is _„
Sk.kds— Mustard, %l ?.'.'« l 90 for Yellow ; Canary,
T. .t.'.Jr-r ; Hemp. 6c; Rape, 2k»3c ; Timothy, batik
for native, and 10011 c for imported , Alfalfa, 14@
lie : Flax, 2}<32Je V 9_i.
Potatoes— On call to-day a leading dealer offerel
to deliver 1.000 bags Early Rose in August at $1 25,
but 90c V ctl seemed to be tlic extreme buying
limit. lii apt market was a trifle firmer to-day.
Earl? Rose, £1 ■'■-', Garnet Chile, *1 70 1 35 :
NeW Potatoes, 1 I -I:'- V ft.
Oxto>s - New have the preference. Sales of old
are reported at 65c V ctl, and claims 1 to be ef good
quality, though some dialers report IS hiirh us tl $
ctl. New are selling from 75c to SI V ctl, finding
tolerahlv fair custom.
Bsaxs Bavoa, ti 75<a3 25 ; Butter, p. 75.«4
for ama :. a 23 for large; Lima, liii 60; Pc
<;i-m 25; Pink, IS t.'r- -<'; Red, IS 00(S2 SO
small White, 5; '1 25; Luge White, 11 Vi 75i<r
Vans rABLZS -The market is generally 11,'
supplied and prices in most cases are quite
easy. Asparagus, 7." i'l 25 V box ; Rhu
barb, 50ftg»l ¥ box; Squash, 3-"'0 19 ton for
good Marrowfat; Artichoke.!, lOrglSo V dozen •
faranii*, $1 50 Vcl 1 : Beets 75c ; Carrots, f 0 1*65.- :
Turnips, S(k»fi'>c » ; Cauliflower.ilQl 25 S dozen ;
Cabbage, -■?! 25151 37} « ctl: Garlic, 33 * it.:
Cucnmliers, 50c to il 25 s» ■■■r. ; Green Pea",
lioljc VlbforSsweet, ami 1] gS-Jo ■■ lb for choice bay ;
Green Peppers, :. m;.■ ; tomatoes, 15c sin,.
Spinach, ■: cV- sack ; Celery, 75c 13 do» ; Sum
mer „ tub, - ■ 8 lb; String Beans, s„?10e v
ft: Horse Beans, 50tg7jc $ sick ; Wax Beans, I-'.
Vlb. ■'
FaciT— The daily receipts of Strawberries van
but little in quantity. Arrivals to-day were 250
chists. Cherries are coming in quite freely, though
consignments wero lite in reaching market tbi.
morning. <- oaenerriea are not in general demand,
Limes snd Lemons are a shade dearer. Pineappli
arr-itr marketagaii__,fl .ding moderate cost .in Straw,
berries, S-t-tll V cheat; Cherries, i"-- V lb for
common and 10"r20c V lb for good to choice. Goose
berries, : ■!■.,■ for ■■ -in '1. in, S(_rloc *ft for English ;
Lemons, #7(rf7 50 tl box for Sicily aud $1 7.'r ■ : 5V
fcr California ; L'mes. £10v.<rl2 ¥ box for Mexican ;
<-_alifonda Limes, SGW7 V thousand ; Calif 'rnia Or
anges, -:, 50-JH 50 V box; Tahiti do, $25 i'l-M.;
Tamarinds, l: .(Ue W tb ; Bananas, il io-_r<4 V
bunch ; Pineapples. SS M 1? 1!' .'.
HoxsT— Comb, 1 1 extracted, 6tSSc for dark
and 9d*loc V ft for white.
ItfTTZR — Xo new- features are presented. Pack
ing continues general. Dairymen are putting away
mote than usual, while city speculators are storing
quite extensively. Orders from the lower countr}
are falling off, while shipments to northern points
are declining; The demand on eastern account is
almost nominal. B_ix lots of fancy ' ran ! s occasion
ally briog a cent V lb -above our figures. Fancy, -J'>t_
3lc; good to choice, .. '_'...■; interior lota from
country stores. ____! -'li: • : Orkl". -SriJO.- for good to
choice new ; Eastern, 17@20c $ lb.
CiiKKs-r Prices keep stationary. California, 12@
13JO : l atom, 17@40c; Western, U@lsc ¥ lb.
Eoos — Market irregular and weak Xo large con
s'gumen'S are expected from the East, as prices in
that direction are said to be too high to admit of
importing to advantage, Quotable at 24&250 Xl doz.
PoI'LTRT— Is quite scarce, and dealers are
ablo to dispose of consignments mostly at
full rates. Live Turkeys, gobblers, l_S.a2le; do
liens, 13<!_21c; dressed do, Is ::-i:# lb; Roosters,
r?5 50rgij si) old and i9_tl2 for young; liens, $ii(£
S; Bn.ilers, {4(n7, aocor line to site; Duck , -0
7 50 vi..--. neene, rji 25.31 50 V pair; Goslings,
$1 SGMSI 75 i' pair,
Came— Steady at current figures. Hare,? 1 .. ;
Rshhtte, tl@l 2.'i D doz.
Wool,— There nat been almost a cessation of busi
ness the past few days, in c msequence of the de
parture of several Eastern buyers to their reflect
ive homes. The situation at this moment is not
encouraging to holders, though it is possible that
something may happen to put a different ph - on
matters. ■At present it looks as if tire market
would have to almost reopen for the season and on
a lower basis than has heretofore prevailed. The
seven! warehouses ptesent a large stock of poor,
scabby an very defective Wools on hand, for which
there are just now no buyers, wiiila the nrobablll
tics favor the presumption that quietude in such
di.-cripti m. will continue to rule until sir;, show
a disposition to make marked concessions on pres
ent -sing rates, San^oaqnin and Southern, 15tjt
[8c for poor to 1 it' and IScitZlc for choice; Cala
veras and Foot Hill, 21ch27c¥ ft-
Boston Wool Mar-Set.
Boston, May 19tb.
Wool— The market- is comparatively quiet this
week. The sales of all kinds amounted to 37,000
fts, with prices unchanged. Lots of tleece wool are
scarce, particularly X grades. Sales cf Ohio and
Pennsylvania have been made at 40r<241c for X and
XX. A lot of 7,000 lbs of now California spring has
been sold at •-. Receipts have been very light
Unwashed fleeces have been in fair demand at 25^4
33c for fine and medium, 16(i? ! Sc for low c imbing
and delaine selections, and 44;rt4Sc for fine delaine
ror INo 1 combing. In washed combing very little
has been or. -re, and prices of Kentucky are nominal.
Pulled wools are in stead) demand at I.". ritSc for
choice Eastern and Mains supers, 37r.<r42r$ for fair,
and extra pulled has been selling freely for 40<ii45c.
Advices from all points quote high prices for new
wool, and dealers are inclined to hold back for. the
sent. Australian has been - 1 ing at Mrri.-c, and
Cape and Montevideo at full prices.
Eastern and Foreign Markets.
Nsw York. M.iv 19th.
BRaat_fiTtJ7r-! — Flour is sterol. ■ and Wheat strong,
latter at SI Purl 45 V busheL
Wool-— Califonda is steady at l___Qlio for fall bur
ry, and 16Tr_23c for clean fall; -.prim? hurry, 15yit
ISc : clean spring, 24@8fic ; pulled, 25 . 15c.
UltißS— California are quiet at 23^23^0.
CIIICAOO, May 19th.
WnitiT— 81 '121 for June.
Corn - 7. ; - for June.
Pork— 11. bid for June.
Lard— lll 12$ for June.
Bacos— slo S.i for ribs for March, and $11 05 for ]
short ribs. . : » -.: ,
Lrri-Rrooi, May 19th.
Whrat— California spot lots are firmer at 9s ! Id
to 10s 2d. Cargo lots arc 47s for just shipped,
49s (nl for nearly duo and 49s ed for off ■.-__,•- .
Sacramento Market.
[Corrected daily for the RscoßD-Tj!T_o_f.l
Sackajissto, May loth.
Farrra— Oranges, California, $4 ,1. V bx ; Oranges,
imported, $3 ."-o:ir4 50 V bx ; Lemons, Sicily, «7.rtß ;
Lemons, California, $2 50(.t3 $ box ; Limes, $1 ■_.-, ■
150 V 100; Bananas, Stafi S bunch; Pineappkie,
**39 » dozen ; Cocoanutn. 1708 ¥ 100; Strawberries,
10;d;15c > lb; drawers, 75@85c; Cherries, 12@25c
$ ft. Gooseberries have made their appearance,
ant are Belling at Sta lo .y lb or common and 15(it
20c for the English variety.
Tabls Fkiito — Assorted, 21BT cans, V dor, 85 50 ;
Peaches, 83 ; Bartlett Pears, 82 75 ; Plums, $2 75 ;
Blackberries, S3; Gooseberries, $3 25 ; Strawber
ries, $3 25; Apricots, $3; Muscat Grapes, 82 75;
Red Currants, $3 25; Cherries, $3 25.
Pis Assorted, 21-lbcans, $doz, $1 ff@2 ;
assorted, gallon cans, 8* 60; Peaches, 2 i-lt cans,
$1 85 ; Portland Blueberries, 2-lb cans, {2; Whor
tleberries, 81 75
Driko Fruits — Apples, sliced, Btf)c ¥ lb ; do quar
tered. 7(O(Sc ; pesrs, peeled, &_rloc ; do, impeded, 6
@8c ; Plums, pitted, 12yrl3c ; Peaches, lOtaiHc ; do,
peeled, 19(«20c; Prunes, German and French, 12Q
13c; Blackberries. 20c; Fins. California. 7,r_cH_,.
VF.OKTAIrI.P-S — Wax Beans, .'..ilr: Vft ; new To
matoes, 20Cd25c V Ib ; Summer Squish make their
first appearance, and are selling at 15@20c V lb ; Po
tatoes are quoted at i'lvl 25 >' cwt; Nevada Pota
toes, IS 26; Bed, 82 25(8:3 ; New Potatoes, 3<S4c V
ft; Cabbage, 50/12; Onions, Silverskuts, $1 So,g2
V 100 Us; Garlic, 4@sc $ lb: Carrots, $1
V cwt; Turnips, 81 ? 100; bunch vegetables,
I •-■:_• ¥ doz ; Parsnips, IJc; Beets, lc ; Celery, 75c
$ dozen ; Horseradish, SftrlOc ¥ lb ; Green Peas, 21
(83c U Ib : Asparagus, Sic 19 lb ; Pie Plant, 2r34c H
ft ; Artichokes, -,',..: ¥ dozen.
BRRADSTCrFb— FIour, io .'0 V bbl; Oatmeal, $4 7o
¥ 100 lbs ; Cormneal, 82 2.s(iir2 50 ; Cracked Wheat, J3.
I'otT.TRT — Turkoys,i3iaiscsft; dressed d 0,15
(§loc Vft ; younc Boosters, $5 50 $ doz ; Hens, $6 ;
Binders, Bi(gs 50; Ducks, $6<g7; Geeae, 81 50
hell' pair.
Dairt Products— Butter, fancy dairy, 28330 c ¥
ft ; Cheese, 12*13 c; California Creamery, 18c;
Fixtory, ISc; Eastern, full cream, 22(t/23'. ; East
ern, flaw, 17c ; fresh Eggs 24£25 cts dozen.
_ rats— Beef, ( Sc; Mutton, 6c; pork, B@9c ;
Veal, 7(rtr_<c.
Hat and GaAnl Oat hay, V ton, tliitlr, ; alfalfa.
V ton, *13@U ; bran, 9 ton, $10; middlings, $20
per ton ; barley, whole, . 9 cwt, 81 '» ; harlev,
ground, *! cwt , »1 90 ; wheat, V cwt ,$1 80 ; tame
oats. $ cwt., 82 60; corn, * cwt- $1 75.
MtscßLLANßOi'S— Seels — Alfalfa, le«el7c: Time
! thy, Eastern, ll@l2c lb ; Oregon, B<i_;
10c; Bed Clover, lfttalSc; Red Top, litollc;
— Engliah Walnuts, 10Jrai2Jc; Almonds, 17rr 1 -„
Peanuts, 7-1*11:; Wool, D.arket dull, holding for
higher prices ; mountain, 12J<J.16c ; tide, 17(315c ;
Tallow, 6(tr7c; Hides, salt. 9C<i)nc; dry. 18®19c;
New York (lops, 35c ; California, 23^28c for choice.
San Francisco Stock Sales.
San Francisco. May 19, 1883.
■0&* txa sjwsion.
425 f»pWT 2 SO@S 6.1 1040 Sierra Nevada ..tjflsj
Ml Mexican 4 8 "■<•*■' 100 Occidental .'Oc
3550C.0n1d a C.l "IKSSI 75 10 Utah 24
.800 Benton 30c 65.1 Bu lion ai'c
4*o B. A Belcher.4 2ft.rf4 30 408. Belcher 1
1340 California 2c 30-IJnslioe. 25c
500 Savage 85: 2105 A ; ta B '" ■'.* 'r
590 C. Virginia 45c 2515 Union 9M9J
4 0 H. and N' 7c 120 Ardus. .4&&50
150 C. P.. in- 1 4t' 10 Ward JJ
10 v. Ja. ket .Mcl 430 Scorpion...". 75c
150 Confidence 65 j ■:■.;.-.,
1011 For. ka 181 200 r?nodsliaw 20c
550 Navajo 2 IC@_ '5 101 Mono 1 li
100 Hay 18.' 30 Bulwer 195
361 Albion 16 300 'iro 10c
]- Mt. Diablo 4 .0 Noonday 1
8)8. Nevada. 6; 100 afndkate lie
15iTioff&. 15c
Of tUe latent Style, and at rrlrea a* Low
an the lowcul t
t__T Call on me before pant-Ming elucwhore. and
exaaiJ onr complete stock. My motto U: "Quick
bates, fc'mall Profits r
NO. 409 J STSECT, ABOT£ *O UBTH. ma It
Sin Francisco, May Philip Gafney to Emma
r-',n '-r.rri_-r.ci,, Hay is— Lewis Stullir to Sarah C.
Palm' r.
Bear r.ck, im ar Comanche, May 7— Joel Shin to
Mary Marrow.
Woodland, May 17— Win. 11. Law-Bon to Florence
L. Chase.
3rs_M Valley, Mnv 10— G. «'. Hyde to Mary Shirley.
Sacrameiti, Mv 7— Wif- i 1 A. M. Thompson, a
Chi ", May I".— "ilfrf W. R. Caskin, a son.
Sacramento, May iy— Charles F. Siires. a native of
Canada, 41 ITS, 5 Ill.rl.triS and i days.
[Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited
to attend the funeral, which will take place from
the resid; nee of Iris broth, r, James B. Sayres,
corner Twelfth and ci streets, this afternoon at '1
o'clock. l
Chico, Hay 10— Charles Sherman, 50 years
WOMlbridge, May 11— Mia M. I. Deady, 05 years, 1
month and - d t}fl
L>«li, M ny 14- Murtrih Rstnsev, 37 years.
tvpsolve* ll
Operate** wilh Energy upon the Kidneys
IJver, Bowels, and Pores
of tin- Skill,
Neutmlizlmj, Absorbing, and Impelling
.Scrofulous, Cancerous, and
Tho cause of most human Ills, and curing Tvhcr
physicians, hospitals, and all other methods and
remedies fail, Scrofula or King's Evil, Glandular
Swellings, Ulcers, Old Sores, Mitk Leg, Mercurial
Affections, Erysipelas, Tumors, Abscesses, < Jarhun
2\cn, Boils, Blood Pol* us, If right's Disease, Wasting
of tiie Kidneys and Liver, Rheumatism, Constipa
\ion, Piles, Dyspepsia, and all itching, and Scaly
eruptions —
Of the Skin and Scalp, — such a-* Salt Rheum,
Psoriasis, Tetter, Ringworm, Barber's Itch, Scald
Head, itching Piles, and other Disfiguring .'tnd;
Torturing Humors from a pimple to a scroftilitic
ulcer, when assisted by Cuticuka and Cuticuiu
Soap, the great tikin lures.
A sweet, unchangeable Medicinal .Telly, clears of!
nil external evidence of Blood Humors, eats away
Dead Skin and Flesh, instantly allays Itching* and
Irritations, Softens, Soothes, an I 11 ... Worth
its weight in gold for .all Itching Diseases. .
An Exquisite Toilet, Bath, and Nursery. Sanative^
Fragrant with delicious flower odors and healing bal-
sam. Contains in a modified formal] th* virtues of
Cuticuka, the great Skin Cure, and is Indispcusablo
in the treatment of Skin and Scalp Diseases, an '
for restoring, preserving, and beautifying the cout-
plexion and skin. The only Medicinal Baby &>ap.
Cutxcuba Remedies ore the only real curatives
for diseases of the Skin, Scalp, and Blood.
Price: Cuticura Resolvent, 31. per bottle;
Cotxcuba, 50c. per box; large boxes, $1.00; Cini-
cuba Medicinal Toilet Soap, 25c.; CuTxetnA
ICkdk Shatxnu Soap, lie. Hold everywhere.
.Principal Depot, "Weeks & Potter, Boston
Thef-roat American Balsamic Distillation
of Witch Hazel, American Pine, C:»-
-nadian i'ir, Marigold, Clover
BloMOtn, etc.,
For the Immediate Relief nnd Permanent Cnre ol
every form of Catarrh, from a simple Head Cold or
Influenza to the Lops of Smell, Taste, and Hearing,
Cough, Bronchitis, and Incipient Consumption. In-
dorsed by Physicians, Chemists, and Medical Jour.
nals throughout the world, ss tin-. only complete
external and internal treatment.
Cine bottle liadical Cure, one box Catarrhal Sol-
vent and Sanford's Inhaler, all in one package, .'I
all druggists for $1. Ask for PAXFOiurs Uauicai.
Cure." Weeks & Potter, Boston.
£oM.wjfc. Electricity
"^ Vv Wr^yy' o, ' "''. yet ''<!™'. united
—r yj^jfiy, yi with Healing Ilalsnm. ren-
w_jfif \\\,-^> der COLLINS' VOLTAIC
-VV fe?/J-^, KI.ECTUIC I' LAST Xli a
<^ l^^Kfl) -^.one hundred times superior
*s , . jM^s?^- ■ ~ to all other plasters for every
«1" fS''sil #• Pain, Weakness and Inflam.
«ct«R5 mation. Price, S3 cents,
*■ 9 I *•* Bold everywhere.
I A Blood Food for
|tvELICATE Woken, Ncnsisa MnTt^-.v.i.
,1J Sicklt Cnn.nr.EN, the Aoed, < ONVALSS*
NEBVODS ami : ..:•'_:.• „
tH Timed Bora \r.nri.?.tn rr tl.r-.n nay fr.lt T ! jner, wbllcr
tree from its I rju. -ou. jm-rrrrtl. i.
A.RMORI Co. 0. First Artillery ELeanuDfT, )
Fourth Brioadw, n (.. C. t v
Sacramknto, May 19, 1882. I
The officers and •'■-.' - it Sarsfield turd v ill
assemble M their Arm on SUNDAY HORNING,
May 21«t, at 9 o'clock, in fati^ua uniform, to Atl nd
•]-■ semiannual target shoot oj the company, which
takfß i' ice at Guthrie** Station. The Honorary
Member* ire requested to niett at the Armory and
march to the Bailroad Depot with the con my. By
crJcr a JOHN P. D ALTON,
Captain Commanding Company.
Knur. O'ROVRKB. First Sergeant. (B.C.] in 'lit
l*lonecr».— Hualcal cute: tat u men t and
social at the Hall, THIS (Saturday) EVENING, Hay
20th, at 8 o'clock. 1 8. C.l m2O-U*
4.0 I . v/. Unfon Lodge, 50. 21, &
will meet THIS I TONING, £$%\
May 30th, nt It d Men's Ball, '^T'-'V'-'v
Temple, »t 8 n'clock. XsSISw
On LS «"•.'. -.v. Heron- r. m2(Mt
Tr!; '.-., Attention J— A. .Meeting or the
Printers' Cemetery Committee will bo held on
SUNDAY, May 2 *•, at 3 o'clock r. * , at, the Police
Court-room. All persons c* ij-atr'^l in the printing
business in this ci y arc respectfully invited to be
present. W i, E. OUGfItON, Chairman.
Ltmb M. Ptr , Secretary. [B.C.] m2l ix
Klvrrstili- rMonl-ffo-Rae,— The Tensions
servi.eir formal ann cod (or Sabb itfa Hfiernooti
will be postp -nfil one «■«■ on account of the t/nioo
meeting at the P'-i-trr •. htional Church. m_SO It*
business toextend the pame; now in suc-
cessful operation *.t Santa Cr-iz, with a large and
increasing cash trade. Amount of capita] required,
$3,00 '; part] intestine to attend to the selling and
outdoor business The advertiser is a practical
milter, and can (five satisfactory references as to hi-*
character and capacity, and f ally establish the merit
and soundness of bis business. Address LUKE
i.i KES, ttentaCrua, or EDWARD CADWALADER,
Sacrament . m_iO .'it
five rooms, gas aiid water, on M atreet, £~'\*
Seventeenth and Eighteenth. m2'.»l** .BEJB^
X^ tores, rood will, etc ,of a barber ah ip JHL
doing a good business or. Fourth »*r» ■*.[.•;■ rQn
tween •' and K. i' i sssioi] can be bad on the • * "
Bth of Juno. Inquire at thisoifice. m2O-lw
NOTICE heretofore exutlng between A. PAQUIN
iier-iit|> beret fore ex i Xi .- h tween \. I'At^UlN
aud G. KELLEWAY, dealers in wines liquors, etc ,
corner second and L streets, Sacramento, Cal., baa
been dissolrcd. A. PAQCIN,
m2Q.lt* Q. KELLEWAY.
A .ViiTilrltK by
Author of "Rodman the Keeper,"
"Anne," etc.
Pnhli«herl only (and « ..niilt-te) in the May
sod Jut-.* number* of lii.'. Cestubt Maoa-
%m__ Soil by dealers everywhere st 35 cents
A.ta-'B'BaTGi FOR
SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1882.
Highest, SOI Highest, 89
Lowest 02 I Lowest 61
[from our special correspondent.]
Winter Verges on the Fringe of Summer-The Weather
and the Mode-Summer Costumes— Poetical and Delight-
ful—lnvoluntary Esthetic Effects in Millinery.
New York, May 13, ISS2.
Within the last several days, with fewer clouds, less rain, and a, slight vailing
of tender preen over the landscape, May bait heen making a courageous effort to
smile ; but it has not been accomplished wil bout difficulty. It has not been a
week since a fall of snow was recor led in ths upper sections of our State, nor a
week since a seal-skin cloak was now and then seen on cur streets ; and at this
moment a sharp chill is in the atmosphere, and ladies are passing and re-
passing, wrapped in warm cloth cloaks and India shawls. It must be difficult,
indeed, in your climate, with so much of s[ ring-time and Bummer, to imagine
the atmospheric conditions wh'c'i exist here at this late period of the season ;
and it will not be less Bttrprisim; if within the next thirty days we shall be
induced to note tte mercury in the thermometer-tube among the nineties, with
a persistent desire to reach the hundredth degree. But so it has been with us
heretofore ;so it may bs with us this ssaecn. A month hence we may be
sweltering nnder the heat, and locking with a sense of discomfort en clothing
more cumberous than the lightest urn-dins.
Among our furnishing houses and modistes, a vigorous rivalry in the manu-
facture of uun ncr c i-tumes is going od. As we noted ia our last letter, many
of these are of the flannels and the light woolens of closer texture, and in-
tended for co;nmon purposes of street wear in the morninc, excursion and
traveling wear, and for cool days in mid-summer. In the style of making,
since you heard from is last, nothing entirely new has been developed. Some
of the mont remarkable are finished with a wide hem en the flounces, drapery
and basque, confined by many rows of stitching of contrasting color, shading
from a very deep tone to the palest. Tim ■_, costume of French tricot in seal
brown is stitched with line, shading from the ink ton? to the faintest tint of
the color ; ana a black flannel ii stitched with red, running from dark maroon
to the most delicate shell-pink.
Of more importance at the present, however, are the costumes of tbe
woolen muslins, or, as some term them, vailing?, understanding the ratlr
rcligieuse, or nun's vailing, and its congener, the somewhat stouter albatrotrs
cloth. These goods are now being very extensively made up, and for medium '
costumes they promise to be the most popular for summer wear. As more
substantial, the skirt is usually if silk taffeta", inexpensive America a faille, or
light gros-grain silk, or of the cambric material known as grenadine lining. An
outside facing of the vailing, of greater or less depth, is usually laid over the
foot of the skirt, and a very narrow lalai/cuse plaiting edges the bottom. The
skirt thus prepared is made tbe fouud .tion for one, two or three deep-plaited
flounces, with these continued up to the belt in fron t, or for a succession of
narrow flounces — the flounces being bcx-plait.'d or side-plaited, according to
fancy. Accompanying is a polonaise, with the sides draped ia panniers of many
upward folds, r,nd the back in a narrow bouffant arrangement ; 01 there is a
pointed fosqufl waist, with panniers, and a bouffant arrangement attached ; or
the parniers and the puffing on the back are attached to the skirt, with the
baeque pointed in front and fancifully trimmed on the back. The same gen-
eral ideas are seen in costumes combining satin and cashmere or vailinir, and
in costumes combining plain faille or satin, and moire antique or brocade. In
combinations employing the moire, this as frequently appearing in the skirt-
trimming as in the waist and drapery.
The novelty lacss are very much used in the making up of all diaphanous
and semi-diaphanous fibrics. When lace is tued, the flounces on the skirt,
edged with lace, are deep and shirred oa ; or, [instead of ft junces, deep sagging
or overlapping puffs, alternating with flounces of lace, trim the skirt ; and lace
edges the panniers, firms a demi, or half-length jabot on the front cf the waist,
the collar and sleeve trimming — on some models, appearing in one or two
flounces at the bottom and a jockey-cap at the arm-hole. White and tinted
mull costumes are made after the mam described, with lace-edged shirred
flouncing, or sagging puffing and lace flout cinq ; and more delightfully poetic
and cloud-like compositions thin are the light tinted woolen mus'in and the
lace-trimmed mull costumes could not bs designel. Est your fair patrons,
Messrs. Weinstock & Lnbia, take iv the ) ic'ure of a pale brunette, dressed in
a cosiume of nun's vailing in delicate shrimp-pink, garnished with silk-wrought
Barcelona lace and ciel blue-watered rii.b ins ; or that of a blonde, dressed in a
robe of ciel blue mull, garnished with Oriental lace and shell-pink ribbons, and
they will create a mental vision that will be a joy forever. For the time the
costumes noticed are thrusting in the back-ground those of grenadine, and the
more elegant hermanis and other silk muslins, while hints are thrown out that
these cannot much longer remain neglected. A caprice of the season appears in
dresses for dinner and the race-course, made of black faille, or satin, and Span-
ish piece blonde, on a foundation of surah or satin in Cardinal-red or Turkey-
red. The trimming consists of Spanish edging lacs and jetted ornaments ;an 1
recent models of red satin, trimmed with black satin plaitings at the foot and
draped with Spanish blonde, have the waist and sleeves in jatted net, with trim-
ming of jetted fringe and Spanish lace.
When robe patterns, whether of one or the pother of the fashionable mate-
rials, enter into costumes, the bordering substitutes lacs as trimming ; and on
conic of the imported models, velvet gives assistance as drapery. A very charm-
ing coßtume from Paris, of albatross cloth in cream white, with robe-bordering
in a silk-embroidering design in imitation of Iloniton lace, has the tablier laid
in wide, lengthwise, bordered plaits, and drapery of velvet in emerald green,
forming small panniers of many folds, and puffs on the back— the velvet also
appearing in the collar and the cuffs.
New sateens have come, in Kate Greenway designs of cross-striping in
figures, of old-fashioned children engaged in games of battledore and shuttle-
cock, and other lawn exercises, and another material that is doing duty in bor-
dering is a Dew French serge in designs of cross stripes in Imitation of old-
fashioned English Devonshire lace. Mire about these goods in future.
Round hats continue of importance superior to bonnets. According to the
u?e for which intended, ths hat is a very practical creation, as it is charmingly
poetical, cloudy and unsubstantial in effect, as the costumes of vailing and mull
alluded to. The stout straw brails, lined with velvet, shirred faille, satin or
crepe, and trinfmed with a plume, or several plumes, or with satin or faille drap-
ery and plumes, form the head-coverings for general service. Latterly thero is
an inclination to great angularity in the stylo of tin hat. The shape selected
has the wide brim and the slightly conical crown ; and in trimming no attempt
is mado by bending or curling up to change the original effect of the brim. Tbe
style, however, is a very trying one, a id adapted only to young girls whose good
looks are not dependent upon the effect of the headdress.
Hats for the more mature of our fashionable belles are subject to all sorts
of manipulation, and are made charmingly picturesque in the adjustment of the
trimming. Jaunty hats for coaching are of Milan and Manila braids in Tur-
key red, lined with self-colored velvet or shirred satin, and trimmed with two
long plumes, or a montnre of plumes and tips in peony-red, shrimp-pink or rose-
pink ; and, as we have before remarked, a fancy of the season finds expression
in hats with the crown and the brim of different shades of color. Dainty hats
for the races are of Manila braid, English split straw and fine Leghorn braid,
lined with velvet or fluted lace, and the brim smothered with garniture of lace,
feathers and flowers. There has been no abatement in the usa of velvet in the
nearing of the season to summer, while velvet, indeed, may bs regarded as a
peculiar feature in the mode of the season, os to uo in .th millinery and
mantua. The capote gains favor daily as the head-dress of the ceremonious
visiting and evening toilets.- Many of the prettiest cf the recent capotes are
made of tinted crystal net iv watered design, trimmed with crystal lace and
flowers. An exquisite creation in memory is of pale amber color, with strings
of watered ribbon, and a tuft of velvet p .nsies posed on the left side. A second
lovely littla creation is of Neapolitan lacs-braid, embroidered with pearl beads.
The lining is shell-pink crape ; the strings are formed of a scarf of pink Brus-
sels net, and across the tut, passes a garland of pal* pink roses, smotl_pred by a
row of wide Oriental lace. Jetted lace, made up over a foundation cf white,
forms aome of the moat delightful of the capotes, with strings of Brusrtls net
only as trimming; and black Chantilly lace is made to do like service. A small
becquet of rase*, cc rose- bads, U _omt:U_<» set oo tha left side.
No one who desires to spend
IV AX rV.IOVABLE ETE\r\ti. "61
And langfa until buttons ara scarce, should fail to
attend the lecture of
The Great Humorist, at the
Congregational Clinreb, Thi. Kvpning.
His lei lure upon "The Philosophy of Fun and tbe
Perkins Family," has been received tverywheraat
the Bast with the utmost favor and praise by the
entire press. He is In greater demand than any
lecturer at the East, and is always wanted fur a
second lecture. Don't fai: to hear him. Lecture to
commence at B o'clock. Admisaioa only 60 cents.
i B. Oj maoit
("go Tcllio! Itrnom Drill :
Instrnmentnl Soli :a '. -Iti-uillnss !
Vural Mule! Hrrln-slrn!
Mother s.u im- t.-e.i :i: . !
ltui-.li of ntiltrrrnpa l
Finest Tablranx Kvrr «Jlvei> Here!
CT BOX snEET ori-iN MONDAY jiorki v g "^»
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33_st.. j. 3c -srcs__a__s:
Wii.l BPBAV AT —
At T:»0 o'clock sharp. A full att^:idrnr:R la desired,
a? matters of Importance will be brangbt before the
meeting: . m2O
British Mutual Society
At East Pa i. Grave, Wednesday. Hay "lib.
Over .Sl".o worth Handsome Present! for Running,
Walking and Bicycle lUce«, Archery, etc.
Amusements for ruanj; and old. Mime by the
HtSSAK FULL BASD. Tickets. 00 ctnss ; Children
(ii to 12 yam), 25 cents. - m2O 11
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DF, J. D. MaSifflM,
The Xcitri! Ilealrr of San r'ranr.iitco,
Has Come to Sacramento,
Bio. IlfB Ninth aJrect, corner of I,
Where be will remain tor a few weeks to receire and
treat all who wish to consult bim for
their health.
Dr. 7SS.acJaeix__.3,_i
Has a world-wide reputation for his SUCCESSFUL
TREATMENT AND CURB of difficult and com-
plicated diseases. The following references are
sufficient to show his merits as c HKALER:
Mis- Emma James, San Lean Iro, Cil , for six y*v.rs
a crippled invalid, unable to Stand or walk, eiven
up by over a dozen doctors, took two weeks' treat-
ment nf Dr. Mac r «nnan an I recovered.
C. W. Kennedy, i Slot hde, and proprietor of the
-■ nre route to the GevPiw. daughter cured of vpMtnfl
by Dr. MacLcnnan after tiie doctors pronounced htr
c ss incorabl*.
Diego Oonaslla, mnsichm at the Tivoli Gard**ns t
wad sick for nine montha ; at lest g%TQ up bis bast-
uess ; doctors paid, " He will sun It die ;" was so
weak in the limbs he cruM not walk *. he was taken
to Dr. MacLennaii, and after a few treatments (_,'■'
entirely well.
J. 11. Smith, in the employ of George H. Tfcy A
Co., San Francisco, was taken ont of th hogpital to
be treated by Dr. MrxLcrmin of i-Wtiiute insomnia
and general debility. He recovered enti ely ■» on*
George p. Lamson. auctioneer, 451 Kcr.rnv street,
sip Francisco, cured by Dr. ftfrdettuan ofdyspepebt
and nervons prostration in a few treatzmnts.
A. Walrath, Ottpttollst, NevcdA City, met* Dr.
MacLensaa on two crntcl and returned bonm h.
eight days without tbtm
•T. B. Borilng *me left EureVa, Kst_, m a stretcher.
After taking- a few treatment* cf Dr. XacLvnban be
returned home a well man.
Governor A. P. K. Safford, of Arizona, cured Of
nerv us prostration In two weekft.
Hon. B C. Marshal!, As=ietant lrlstriet Attorney,
Sin Frandsco, cured of nervous ration in fire
treat <„'ut-.
Charles Crocker, President of the Southern Padfic
Riiln ad, cured of r..t-urftatis*m in t!:re« treatments.
Dr. Henry Slade ?ars : 'My case was Ccnstdered
incurable by the beat pbyplciars. hut Dr. MacLcn-
1:1 restyre'J me the fnll u«e of my limb* in Ics* than
f.v.;.-tf minutes, being panil^zcd for over four
months. "
Dr. J. Wilmhurst, If. D., M. P.. C. S., England,
now at Abho triNrd Hou*e San J-Vinoisco. sa\ s : ** My
bearing is now completely restored by -Dr. MicLt.u-
nnn— manipulation slone."
Rev. A. C Giles, Mendocino. Cal., says: "The
effect which your treatment had aeon me is truly
wonderful. Altogether I feel Uk*; a new man.™
Dr. J. L Wiibert, the noted dentin, Kb. 18 Third
--•■', San Franci.Hco, sjys : *' I would uot be here
now had it not been fnr Dr. Mac."
Rev. Thomas S. Griffiths, KortoavWe, writes: *• I
am ran b pleased at the sudden change la my
brother's health "
Dr. C. fc, Davis, St. BelStas, Cal cured of nervous
prostration, says: ''After f--i;: d*,vs' treatment I
was entirely relieved. i hay.; new a no>jd appetite
and feel wed."
A. J. Tomer, of the firm of Turner, Kennedy A
Sh»y, iumher merchants, c >rncr of Fourth ami
Channel streets, San Franc;j*'-o. says : "I soflortd
pain and lameness in my knee for over twenty-five
years, and tried everything, hu f . wss tntireiy cuied
DU a short time by Dr. Uaclrrniian."
n__mcmber tbe zumtifcr :
lIJH Ninth Street, «'.„-oer nf I.
One Mock tr.m street cara. ra2fl3UkX;>
Caledonian Privileges.
SPALO BIDS FOR BAB. rcit.eshmevts,
Kljiog 'Ir.r-..-., frn.l all privilege. rrtt th« Cale
dnrilin 'iam. -ir,t KA3T PARK, S%TL'ai>\Y, JUNK
34, will be rei-eived until ttu, ITUBDAY, MAY
'iith, by ALK-T Mi;.v ii, SccreUrr. ithweeteor-
ner Serenth an.l J ttregw. (8.C.1 ir-Mlt
teoa ot Sacramento to tearrh Vt«al Musle dnrir.E
' r.n .'-\-tr a rjr»t liUru* .'.„ y will ... lo p., 111
for rent of music room and gut- They will know
tbe ilifference of this method with all other music
teacher, of thia c rant All ar i rdlallj in.it^l to
Join. Boom 10, odd Kellowa - T._n.p:«. mSMw*
dl V. m. MJItILDK.
rTVESTIST, SOUTHWEST c -"---'" /<Cf i -.3
'if Filth and J streeta, up auira, haa'^-UHO?
refitted hi. room, and reanm 'i■< l -■■ mM-tf
•37C5 I_s23TP X
O/'O ACRES, WITH. GOOD ty^r^^t,
T55>4 ■■- '■- Uiirj. ' ■"■ fgijjta p
-Bilk-tior-ue, Out biuliinji, etc /Q »tn J2l.
— A__eo— —^* J-Ues •
lorty Cml Milch ('»«'. wilh tlirlr In-
cre-«e for tlirre an,.
Apply to
Krai »:. tate anal In.nranee Areata,
ICIS FOUSiTiI £T , / :-.:. ...j iß.«_j>l.

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