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TCK.BAY OCTOBBK I*. 1889 ~ADVERTIBBMEHT MEHTIOH. Wanted— Furnished rooms. Notice - Republican nominees. Card- Dr. W. H. Baldwin. F. and A. M., No. 117, tonight. Koller flour— C. McCreary & Co. Tooth acbe drops— Kirk. Ge*rr & Co. Philharmonic Society tonight, lost- Woolen lap robe. For rent — Store and unfurnished rooms. Greenback labor meeting to night. Street railway ordinance. British Mutual Benefit and Social Society to nieht. Attention !— Fourth Ward Republicans. For sale- House and lot. For sale— Blacksmith shop. Wanud- Furnished room«. K. of P., No. 78, to night. First Ward Republican meeting to night. Card cf thanks— Mrs. James Wells. » Auction. Philadelphia Saloon, by Sherburn £ Smith. Business Advertisements Mechanics' Store — One price ! What d«es it mean • LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. City and County Prui'£3TY asi> Trade. Oae of the leading and moet careful of the real (state agents of this city states that never bet ,re in his experience has there been each a demand for houses for residence pur poses in Sacramento. Toe supply is wholly inadequate to the demand. The class of hi.a -!■- desired ia that of the medium — com fortable structures of from six to eight rooms at rentals from $25 to $30 per month. BeiLg asked whence the source of the demand, he eaid that it cuue mainly from new people moving into the city from the north part of the ci uuty, from other counties, and some from the mountains. Macy of these came here b€.-.n:>a of educational advantages for their children, some are far:nerd who still re tain tueir farms but prefer to bring their fauiiliis to reside in the city. Some are ciclaeug relnrnioß to thdr eld home. He tin v, rht that his firm could name fully thirty fiiiniliea from abroad to whom h 'Uses bad been rentej since the middle of Septem ber, and probably other agents could ncake similar reports. Ue believes that by Novem ber Ut ;-. mil be <i'iitc impossible hereto pro care a b am on rental of any particular de sirabiiity. In abort, as ha puts it, " Th= town \? about full." A good word may b j added for Sacramento county, as th 9 tta'i mony is that the demand for farms in the up land regi in of this county is greater than known heretofore, and price 3 hive m.it-.rially stiffeocl under thin influence. T.iese facts led to inquiry concerning the state of trade of the city, and it developed cn^t it I- LeadiiiK retail e^Ublinhmentd report a steady, good and Krowi:is trade, and the wb aWpmmti aie larte, as manifested by the re turns of. th 3 freight amenta. Repi blioab Umnc at Folhom —An excursioa traiaoi live can L ft the Central Pacifi; dr;ijt at 7:l'O o'clock last evening t:> attend thfl Republican ii.eeting unn.uncid to take pkee at Folsoa. The li ys in Blue. un<'...r maauiid of W. A. Houghton, formed ia line on Seventh t-treet, and, beaded by the Fmt Ai'ilitry Land, marched to tne depot, to act a* an cert to Congressman H. Y. Page. Lie meting at Kulnom.was held at Fireman:* Hall, and organized by the ap iiointn;cr.t of C. I<. Eclon aj Pre<-Uent ; Fra-.k Taylor, Secretary, aad the tollowici; Hat nf Vio» Presidents : Peter Yager, Cap tain Tooic, Dr. S. Lyons, Captain Chainbjr*, .T. S. Smith, C. H. .li-lley, Jacob Hyman, M. Dail, Atidrew Xii, Dr. (irover. Tbtra were about vcven huudred people present. linn. H. 1\ Pag* was the 6rst speaker, and deliv ered an address an hour and a half in length. He wr.j Mluwed by A. P. Vaa Diver, who spoke for one hour. U )th were lu.eu.-d to attentively. The excursion train on its re turn reached S-tcrameutj at 11.45 r. M. Fbktoht ratal the E.«t.- The fol'.owi g merchaud!s2 for Sacramento pa-sad t) o 'leu on the .V,h iu^taut : For T. (x. Kinsslatu k Son, 40 tackle Mocks 1- crowbars, 1 barrel, i<3 boxas and 7 bu-jdi3i hardwire; UnatiHg toa, Hopkins & Co., 101 bu.idle* £r%!var:ized iron, 11 drum* iron i.ij3 fk'.ins-', 1 C3.*e iiui:s atil aut», 2 oi^cs B»u>a?3 stuffart-, 4 i]< z n bui-kbtr" ; E. (!. Parsota, 1 bundle and 1 h x At? e.!..di; G. B. Cirwin, 1 cisc cigars ; Hale Bros. iV Co., 5 t'.«i ani 1 box boon atid shoes ; (Jaoitil Furniture Company, (j boxfs chain; W. A. fc C. S Hoacfatoa, 4 c.ses bxiks ; Kakei & Bunfltoa, 2 ci-ea bolts; Scoti-ld & TevU, 1 box dry raict ; A. Dtt. nerv Hi Co., 1 I midie l«m|> wick"; Adams, McNt ill & Uo,, :i'l case* inatcheß ; C. A. S*-* --telle, :> bom b mica ; Liudley ft U> 150b<ixei canneJ t .-::! , 1 i>>x shoe bUc'.i g;X. W. Schwaint-, 1 box nr.o'disg ; Lxka & 1.-i\>>i son, I) coin c;r|.tt, 1 rull malting; V. r . F. I'etnrs ■::. :( .x 93 cir.iv ; Staßdwd Oil Oom jj»dj\ i"tM> emm oil; ContinenUl Oil Cou patiy, 800 caseß oil ; BOlmgday & C.\ 1 Iti ■taples, 1 ox dnitaci; \V. D. CJoms'jtk, 1 box fuv : are. I'ui.Mi ;i (.'ai.ifohniaks.— Abu ineu letter receive'! ir.-.-n Ni!aa, O-.io, contains the fol lowi:.. : ' A song the residents and leading ci'.ize:." f this place ara several old Calif or ciaus, wih whom many of your subscribers are tw d übt acquainted. Among t v en are Kob r fi v>;. merchant tailor; A. (x. B^-ut ley, banker and tapiuHtt; John X Thorn,*, iro.i n T ..■ ini-r :>u 1 i r.pri.'-tor >if ::.e Tb';inr.s Blast l-'ur. . ■■ ..i d Kir» Brick Work*, ftiui .1 I d Jenkins. All .-.re doing wtil. Trade is revi\ ing ttU r the treat iron strike, which has bat ■ ih rrt t-i:. ■ b ■■ tercnina'.pd. Iron maoafßCtare i* the !e~.diair industry here, and some <■( the product is being shipped an far &c the Goiiiea State aud north io Washington Territory. I; h abo a railroad Ccnler, hiv ing no \um than six railroads and one or two others iv cmrae of construction." Strekt Car Okdisaxcz.— There has been for some years aa ordinance requiting that street cars shall only bs stopped when clear cf the intersections cf streets. It was never enforced until »b >nt six weeks ago, when the Chief cf l\>lic>? served a notice on the com pany that the ordinanca must be obeyed. Since t.ri>n groat dissatisf action has been ex pressed -- ii-!nt the company by people who ride in the cars. Yesterday morning J. T. Oarey appeared befre the Biard of City Trustees. »nd asked that the ordinance ba re pealed, or that the public be informed that it was ti:» Trustees .iud not the company to blame. The Board was of the opinion that the ordinance miv;ht to remain, but conceded to Mr. '.'my the oth»r request, nnd, accord ingly, tiio ordinance a» served upon the rail way c Jiu ..any, is published in the Kecobd- Unioh this morning. BtIPXBKMI Ci'fKT.— There was co session in either department of the Superior Court yes terday. .Tui<e Densan has gone to San FrancUej to remain poveral days. There ap pears to hwe been Rome misunderstanding in regard to Department One, for all hands were ready fjr duly yesterday morning, but no Judge appearrd. Judge K. U. Bush, at Yolo county. i>» the 'request of Governor Perkins, has been presiding in that department for several cKvs, ,Ti:<!ge Clark being incap-»cit» ted by rfrrnms. It is expected that Judge Bush will |i:cr.i V to-day. A Newt lx>nc.E.— This evening by the over land train a number of members of California and Unity Lodges of the Order of the Kuights of Honor will go up to Rojeville to take part in the institution of a new Lodge of that Order. A Koodly Dumber of member* will also co fr -r.i this i it\ in sn oflnibus chartered for the oocuion. The new Lodge will he in stituted hy Depntv Grand Dictator K. X, Aiken, M-;-.te.l by I'ait Dictators and Lodge officers frooa Sacrament). Police Gocet. — The following busineas was transacted in the Police Cjurt yesterday : Charle3 Roddy wa-> tried on a cliarge of dis turbine the peace, aad cisc taken uadn adriae ment b/ the C.mrt until this morning. J. Mileto, on aebafge of 1 -\ttery, same ia pre cedia.. A ohargi ■f p lis lircony a<aiu§t Keli L ".i> ird wm roalinued until this morn inp, as W-.J al.-o the caw of " Whalebone Jim," on a similar charge. To be Ktß'.-ILT —A forceof workmen are en gaged in M'OTtlm a buiUing on I street in placs ti the cri d;'str)yed by fire on the lG;h nit. M. 'Jraff. the osrnrr, sskya it will he mor 1 Rtbrtaati 1 than the one destroyed. It is ami ' taut Mr. Me«ck will soon begin to re' ;ii d from the ruins of tha fire of Baptembtr a . Th« Teovblk at the Blue House. — Every Saturd.-y evening the crowd at our ■tore is so great that a'l cannot be waited on. We are happy to see our frien : s at auy time, »cd shall d > cur b -s-t to serve them ; but to all wii'> on >'o ne we would say, come .jarlier in ihe we-k V. possible. Blu= House. * Ox Wedi eeday. October 11th, 1,200 dozen best ironstone china dinner plates will be placed <>n tale at Ack»rman & Co.'i fur 75 centa per dozen ; tuuU p:i<se $1 25. • MINOR MENTION. A list of Republican nominees U published this morning. J. 1 .. Skinner has been appointed Adjutant of Sumner Post, No. 3, G. A. R , vice F. Kearney, resigned. The steamer Flora arrived yesterday from the upper Sacramento, with the barge Mono loaded with wheat. The river has fallen to 8 feet G inches above low-water mark. This ia a decline of 20 inches since October Gth. The Republicans of t!ie First Ward will meet at the Court-house this evening for the purpose of forming a ward club. A large number of the Masonic fraternity left the city yesterday for San FraDciaco, to attend the Grand L ><ige of Masons. Rev. J. Q. A. Henry, of this city, began a (series of meetings at Woodland la.it evening, which will continue the remainder cf the week. The box-office of the Metropolitan Theater will be open thU morning fur reserved Beats for any evening during the engagement of Frank Mayo. Tne Philharmonic Swiety will hold a meet ing thia evening at the offica of Dr. Wood, corner of Fourth and J streets. A full at tendance it! de-.ired. A cull is published requesting the Republi cans of the Fourth Ward to meet at Tamer Hall thii evening, at 7:30 o'ck ck, for the pur pose of forming a ward clnb. There is a Greenback Libor meeting an nounced to take place this evening at Turner Hall. Warren Chase, Gej. T. Kiliott and Mrs. Todd will addresa the' meeting. A derrick has been erected in front of the City Prison to ;.-ii; t in putting the new suc tion-pipe for tbe waterworks into ' position. The tunnel was completed last week, and a short time more will sumes to complete the work. In the Police Court yesterday, John Cr.x, who waa convicted on Saturday of a viola tion of the viticultural law, was sentenced by Judge Henry to pay a fice of §50 or be confined fifty days in the County Jail. An appeal will be taken. 11. D. Blodtrett, who came to this city yes terday from Princeton, Colusa county. says that during the late storm Hugh J. Glenn had nearly one hundred stacks of wheat ex posed to the rain. They will average 175 sack* each, but it U not known to what ex tent they have been damaged. A few days Ufa a well-known lady of thii city who had just returned from a visit to the Eastern States, remarked to girne friends " . he could never tnink of giving up her Caliioraia home to reside «n the other lids of : i.' :ky Mouctaias. (In bsiiigabked why, nhe reniud that in. the city of Btetrarth, M?., tf:c-y charped tcu ceats for a am»ll slice of waUrmeluu, and an apple aot haif as big as one'.t list cost t*o cents. Oa Saturday evening, abnut )1 o'clock, as F. lugram was passing along D street, b3 tweer. Tenth and Eleventh, two footpid* ordered him to stop »ud pi: h over his 1 ioae change. Mr. Ingrain faiied to coriip'y with t'aeir request f r i'a mooey, but, instead, rai.wd a rerolrer that he was carrying in hia hand und tired. They ran away and was Boon lost in ih'; daiknes . It U supposed the marksman m^d- a bad shot, asao uad trump or highwayman has been discovered. The propti-t'ir of the et jre at 714 X street etepof.d out for a raoment yesterday f.'renonn and when rfturain? met a (Jr.inamau comii g •jut of As door. The Chinaciia looked kus pij!3'i!>, atd i -.quiry vri; mala aa to what he waLtci. Us wanted nathiug, wliich ie- OMMed the ■mnliton. and he waa ssarched, but v. thing could he found. A short time aflerward cha proprietor looked up to pee th» tia-.e of diy, but the clock wa« coiip. It w.is a small clock, valued at about SI ~>o, aud wis there when tho proprietor left tha roam. Offiseri have the ca?e in hand. Os the PACIFIC Slope.— Sergeant Bar wick, of tha United States Signal Service Station, gives a §ycopsis of the reports of the state of the we.tber on the Pacific sloio, at 8 o'cluclt last eight : Tne barometer that was falling rai<idly at Olyrnpia at noon bev;an to rise slowly at that point, bat was still rapid ly falling at (ilyii.j.ii and Hoaeburg. The storm tnat Is now showing itself in VVashicg ton Territory and Oregon and California, with light rain, has a perc?plible influence on the barometer as far south as IjOS Angeles, for it wm rising at coop froai Ked Bluff to San JJiego, Lnt last nifiht it was filling at all the signal sti-.iius except Olympia and Han I)i.-go. Oljiiipia, Portland, Itostbur^. MaadodttO, Bed li'.uff, S-n Francisco aud .S.tcramento all reported to Washington by te.'e^raph, at 8 P. n. lasi night, a fou! Wdjthtr Bunset ; that i% accordirg to the ju-itmoiii of each <>bserv<r at the ab>ve nam-rd btatioDs, there will ba at least .01 of an iucb. if no! more. ( f r>»in before suneet to-duy (Tue^da>•)— ..th-:rwi«e thtir predictions f»iL 'ihn raioialJ at Olympia in ibe present (ti rni— cr from 12 noon yesterday to Bp. M tin! i-a.us day — was .13 of an i'jch; PurtUud, .09 o: aw iuch ; Hoseburg, .00 of an inch, and Itißßdodao, ,1U of an inch. It was at the obMCvatioß of 8 p. si lajt night r.iaiag at O yuipia, Portluud, Ilj3bburg and slsndo jiao. ( itt Tki'stees — Th^ Board cf City Trus tees met yeetcrday morning ia their iooin» at the Wdier Works btnUßog. All the mem bere prtsent, Mayor lirjwn preoidiag. Tre report of M ..k Foster, Caief Ea^iaeer of the Water Work", showed that the pumps hai been in nperr.?.i,u 150 honra doling tbe las! w-ek. Total number of gallons puiupud, 11, --831,750. \V. B. Chambadain, City" Trtvi urer, isuie tho following rtpnrt: Foada in treunxy :: ; .v:.3i>iuer l^t, Sl7B 408 18; re ceived datieg the month, fK'.'.W in; <: .- --! curing t'le month. $30,362 85; 1:1 y ts«ptembei SO b, (175,133 26, Aitex all iwiok the foilowins; biils tiie Board »d - : J. W. \V.-tt(:or lab nan), HO3 90; L. F. 8»88ett,f23030; \V. F. Fraaer, $i\> 63; Fnead & fe>ry Loatbar Oompaay, $194; Johu Lynch, 81J : V. McGKnnjH, Sl2 ; I'hos. Cotter, H5; E. Johnson, SIS; Jofcu Wall, $215 ."iij ; James Leonard, 81 50; Jsunn- Tonher, II S6; L. Myers, ?3; G. T. Bnsh. !>:> ; H 'lDrook, Merrill & Stetson, Si! 75 ; Lam Chuntr, S2 ; .J. F. Birron, SlO ; Day & Joy, Sil ; U. A. Rise. US ; John Bitcher (assignee of W. K. Browe), ?0tl ; J W. Keati^e (or M. (xotaun), §132; F. Hou.h ton, 98 75 ; Joseph Burns, §517 ; ,T. W. Keatisg (asiiguee of Frank Crosbie), i'si 50: Hugh Latham. $354 ; P. H. Kussell. Sir>l ; N. Mohns, §50 ; r^nftus & Farren, SOU 50 ; F. Lorg&haugh, §30. Fr*MESTEUCIUBES WfTHIN FIRE LIMITS. — G. L. Clark yesterday requested permifgion of the Board of City Trustcei to erect four frame buildings on the lot lo cated on the southeast corner of Eighth street aud a'ley, between X and L street*. There are now several old frame dwellings ou the lot which he wuhed to re place by new ones. Mayor Brown expressed the opinion that the ordinance de6niug the limiu within which frame buildings could be erected ouyh! to be enforced, else the city would become a inasa uf friine structures acd liable to disastrous cottligritijn. Other members of tfca Board expressed the sa.xe vie »f, and the ui-.tter was laid on the ts' le, with a pcoaiw of vititlng the loc»!i'y before tha next meeting. Win. Schroer &l=o ap peared b?fare the Board, and asked pertnis eion to erect a WL>oden awning on the rear of buildings on X street, between ."Seventh and Kighth. This was aUo taken under advUo inent KrvonE Collections — Collector A. L. Frost reports the rtvenua collections in the Fourth District of California for the moath of S c p'emb?r to have been on distilled spirits, etc., |6,667 18; on tobacc •, pactf, c^ear'', etc., 51,."4;< titi; on fermented ll<i'ior(>. 96,329 16: on banks and backers, etc., is},2yi 00 ; grand total. $17,C'-'< -0. Notabies Aproi.VTED. — Governor Perkins ; has appointed the following Notaries Public : j E. S. Lippett, for Sonoma county, to reside at Petaluoia ; Henry A. Le ike, for Alameda county, to reside at Oakland. Acction To-Day.— Sherburn & Smith!will sell at public aution to-day, at 10:30 A. a., the entire stock and fixtures of the Philadel phia Casino Siiuon, at No. 2:21 X -ireet, next door to Western Hotel. Danummi Sale.— Gjods marked down. Owing to the recent dissolution of the firm cf Arlington, Millis & Morf, our Btock of men's and boys' clotbirg uiu*t be sold al unc^ to make rn«ni for an lD^reafe in our ftockuf boots aad »h063. Bine House. * 'Special" cl.Vscg-ont sale of lamps of every iMwriptka, on Wednesday, October lltn, at Ackerman'p, G29 J street. * M»i Nellie Bacch-ujp, of the millinery (teparicue&t of the Rid Honse, is in Pan r raaaim se-eciing poods for the season. * C. H. QtUUM went ti 8»n Franciso yes terday on business for the Ued Home. * A Little Histort— Read Hair's adver tisement (aew) in this is ue. • Extra choice Mountain Butter, in rolli i »nd hrkinm gold cheap. G. W. Chsaley. 51 ! Front street • EcLiPßEchanipagnei»u»9dby oonnaiswurg, * SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. D. J. Simmons has gone to San Francisco for a few days. T. H. G'loJaiin and wile ha\e cone East for a few months' visit. B. O. Cravens has returned from a trip to the Eastern States H. M. Tracev and family, of Placsrville, arc visit ing in this city. O. W. I/fwi,, of Gridley, returned to hij home yesterday afternoon. H. D. D'odjjett, of Princeton, Colusa county, was in the city yesterday. Mrs. Jamejll. Harnev returned linme ljit evening, I after a visit of several weeks in Oakland and San Fran'Uco. Postmaster Hoppimr, A. C. Freenun, J. W. Car ter and ex-Senator Bjoth returned from San Fran cisco yesterday. M. M. Eatee and W. W. Morrow came op from San Frai.c!svo yesterday. They ltfl on the afternoon train fur si.n-n. Mrs. George R. Uamilton, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mm. James I. Felter, left yes terday for Mr home in New York city. Arrivals at St»te House Hotel : W. S. Corwin, Ply- I mouth ; .1. DufiY and wife, J. C. Glenn. Pleasant j Grove: G. 11. Meisj, Lagoon ; T. Turry, V union ; George H. Finney, H. Barklafje, W. llyera, city ; S. W. Cr.>fuin, Kliwport; S. C. Stewart an) wife, M. R. Ctrroll, W. T. Jacob". Elk Gmve ; H. Leslie, SwtaKosa; J. L. Mann, Oakland: K. IJurt, Ama dor; George T»r,itas, John Broush, P. Phifer, San Francisco ; David Wise, Ricevillc ; T. J. Jeans, Woodland; Alfred Spooner, Michigan Kir ; L. L. Crocker, Rocklin ; Georpc Mastin and wife, Dixou ; Beu. Stc»»rt, L. Haffner, Cosuoines; C. G. Carpen ter, Uiainond Springs ; w. W. Kilgore, Florin. Last evening Mr. and Mrs. F. McckfesKll cele brated their silver wedding at their residence, on L, between Fiftier.th and SixU;t>ith streets. The grounds et the residence were beaut if v! y ilium;. nated with coljred lactems, and presented a very at(r«c'i»enppearance. There was present a lar/e comiKinj of friends, some of whom came frjm dif ferent and .iisUnt parts of the Stite. The entire residence was thmwn o|wn lor the acconimodatijn of the gucsta. The host and hostess uf the aecMiaa spared no pains in the entertainment of their friends. During the evening they were served with » fine c illation, aud many tnafts were offered and re»|iunilcil to. v»Uliin;r the couple long life and h»ppiuc%). Tlic presents were all of »;iver and very choice. Among them may be mentioned the following : From Mr. and Mrs. John Aih a nutter <-i r h ; Mr. ami Mrs. John Sielton, barn vp mn ; Mr. and Mm. Frank Meikfesscll, a pttenar; Mr. and Mr*. T. J. Paraonfl, of Uakland, a Uai e-.t ; .Mr. and Mrs. C. Gruhler, pickle di?h ; Miss ! Mary Itolibiu, el Uixon, a jewel case ; 1. I!. Mohr, set of table spoons ; a diamond set to the wife from her liuVmi.J ; from Mrs. liccklage, of Georgetown, El Dorado county, a hutUr dish ; Mrs. Uer, a card receiver; B. 11. Pe!trK, cf Wiliiams, a j wcl case and tr.iy; Mr. and lira. Geo. F. 1'..-onuer, as. t of uapUin rinns ; Mr. and M ». Kobbin, of Uixon, a eani icoatm ; Mr. and Mrs. K. Cramer, a cake b jket ; Mr. ami Mrs. BdßOtx, of Berlin, Oolnm coun ty, at>unch bowl; Harry Mickfessell, c.r<l receiver; Mrs. K. (;ruh!er, ;i ctwrfm piece i-f Bora) work, repre- H n': - .. 1 ... ri - , with a d>ne ttandlag on a piwiwtii] At a lute hour the OOBpaDJ ■l|HHll«l. and all jt'ii cd in wishing that thu penooa wilOM weddifg they had oelebi ted mjght live to ste their fric-'uls tagetow at Hit golden wedding. COMMERCIAL. San Francisco Produco Market. Sas Fk\nci.sl<i, October ->th— 1 p.m. Fi.mi r- ICUon report an active trido. best City Extra, $5 j7J <ti 00; Sujitrtiuo, $1 60@4 7S ; lateriur Kttra, 44 70416-^5; Interior Sui.erflnc, Hi 7". <ti W btiL U liKAT — The iri;uiry on shipping ueoottt ism"d --t-ratelv lair, ami is t\jiccted to be nan prOßoaseed before the close of the week. Millers are repiTttd t'j t»p pctkin; suitable parcelsut -^l tTJ. The export li.-ure is usdentood t.i be J! 86, Uioajfh It is beHaved that with a little effort $IK\ mi;;ht he obtained. On call thia m.irninj; o[jeratora offend $1 07^ for \o. 1 White in November, but jl <;.ij ml the a^kit i; rate. For dciivcrie?," buyer 1»J, si 7-JA was bid without brinirui-T out a seller. At the (ir.u-A K\i'hini!e this afternoon the.iahs In. e'nd-d :;:'O t us No. IHbvnober, i r i u:;i ; 200 do, QuotMtemol Nn. 2 (jrailcg Wheat at leiuingcen leid 10-iuy art; telegraphed fullows : Chicazo. St. Li-vis. New York. Spot, V cental SI 6Sf Jl i:, $1 811 OcWb.r 1 55 j 1 561 1 SOJ November I Mj l s"} l 82J Dec.-raher 1 Ml 1 SS-J 1 M-; January 1 COi 1 COg Barlky — The market for Feed epeued pretty 6tr'iii^' this morning. Oetpbet deliveries m Bt least one cent lit^her thati oil Saturday, while other noadnwen atmoM equally buoyant. Borne 1300 ton«» clia -ted hand^, ad follows : 100 tons No. 1 Feed, #1 nj ; 100 do, BIS ; 200 do, $i SJJ ; loodo, fil SJJ; 8 X) do, November, .~1 33; 1W do, buyer, l»i, Jl 100 do, fl :j4i ; 100 Jo No. 1 Feed, SI 27J ; 100 do, fl 27J : ■» *>■ B ffl ; I'M dc, *-l 29; ISO do Novem ber, il 8»i: 100 do, SI 29; 100 do, seller, 1881, jl 2Hi ; LOO do, II il % ctl. Brewinj; is held at*l 374 for Ho. 1 ii:»t >1 33 W ctl bid. Sales at the virain Exchange include 50 tons No. 1 Fiiil, *:»>t, $\ 30^; 100 do October, *1 31J; 200 do Xuvumbcr, il 32) ctl. Oats— A vet v i;ood trade is reported at unchanged rate*. Quotib.c at *1 50,il 65 V ctl. Kve— Slow of sale, quotable ut *1 '.1002 12J for No 1, and $1 65(6(1 75 *i ell for No. 2 tfradc Ottm— i,Miot.il>leatsl 67ji<jl 70 S ctl for Yellow. Offerinifß moderately free. BivKwtiEAT— Nominally iguoUble at $1 iO.al 50 Vett, Hay — Uoo'l qualiticfl are in demacd. Alfalfa, $13 50;<il t; Wheat, »1531 i;; Wilj Oat, f!s^iß ¥ ton. Horn— ignite firm. Choice California, 00@0ls; Fair do, .'."xi.uic ; OreL'OU and Washington Ttrri turv, OTiiUWu. Skkuh— Market inactive. M :--...!, JSnij 25 for Browa an.l ?1 UO'ifJ «or Yelluw : C'snarj, ijciCs; lloiap, 5^5J;; Rai>o, 2J^3c; Timothy, SSg»j tot native, wi nKullc tjr impurted ; A'faifx, 10@12Jc; Flax, .td:;.',; S n. Potatoks — Impruvtfl prices wjre tjenenUJy ob t:tinctl to-day, tarty li >r.r, >1 >fl 'J5 : «#urnt!t Chile, (UIISS; tarly Goodridi, *1Q115; IVerless, Sl^ 1 B ; s«eet Hei2SVetL UM'iNd— Are (piite plentiful, and few sales are made ut '.>ur outo.de li^urea. i^uut kbla at 6O(rfOoc ctl. BHaXS— A very strong tone prevails. Bayr*, $3<^ 3 Id ; butter, fSuta -!> tor email, aud W 40f> jy 50 for i^rjre ; Lima, S3 jO'-^J 7."> ; Pea, f3 10.33 20 ; Pink, $•: ■!■:«.; Kt-l. ti:o*° 60; naall vrbiu;. is 10e? 3 20 ; lar.'e White, »'2 4@200 * ctl \ kokt milk- --Arc .7ener-lly etea-ly at current fUr urca. JUrr. Hf»t Sqioaah, fUjrS W U>n ;Ca r-w, 3CK* iQz ; Turmis, 70ci.il IK oU; caulifln.'.er, 60565 c lozcn ; CiubaK'P. 60&Ibe ct! ; Garlic, 1 . i^ ( - <p !b ; Cucumberrt, 40i'rt5i.'c & b-,x ; Qna TV.ad, 2J@ 3j^ Ib; (ir.:-.-n »'fp ( «n<, &otg7bi V h.ix ; To [,i: 1-, 1■ ■ n,' >J h..v ; Celery, 50c V Jo2t.n ; .Sum mer Sqiunh, 75c@$l t* tiox ; "striiifr Beanf,SMtcV 1L; Lima l»i'aii«, IJ^fic U> ; Green O^rn,7>jrljc V doztin ; okra, 7oc'rfsl ; li^ riant, fcOtj/7f'C %3 box ; I;- "..1 'i r.i, -Jij V Ib. l-'urir Ur.ipes are bringing better prices. Appli s. 30@ ; 0c for cumiuott an-1 7.">c^?rl ?a ho\ for uooii ; Pears, 40c@91 V box ; Hirawbarriea, st'..-Tin S<-'hest; Peacbo, nnujMl r< box ; Plga, MO7Se '<« l>.»x; QnpMi 86^60a f«->r Ciiumuit, 7j^<woc for Black i;..i:i! !:.-_■. 7 V"X' for ho^u if IVru, 7j(d(!)jc "f b.ix fi;r Kiucat, and 75@90a W box for Tokay ; Piuii-i, .'.iV<7sc V bos ; QniBCM, 7."<00gl %! box ; Watarmaloni, t4^9VIOO; Ciujtiloupes, SO@7£c v cr^le; Luai^.jt, t7<?S S box for Sicily aud ill (J box for OattfornU ; Umos (sit 7 y box for Mbt icm; Timaria-l'i, UCUe*t>;Bu in. *-Jfi3 E0 W bunch : Tahiti Oransep, tifiQlQ i» thousand. 1-Kir.u Fkitit — Suu-aried Apples, £»ntr>Jc for sliced avU i4icforquartori"i; Alden and Piuiumer.S^flOc; Aprie'>ts,l2'^fl4c ; Biacki»errieß, lOdllo; Fii^, lU'tfJc Uit pressed and B>a3Jc for unpreased; Smyrna dojl6i^ lJj; KwUulmg, UOUe; Peaches. 12<jjl3i;forpeolod ar.ti j'afi^c for unpeelud ; Pears, [tCate for whole ani (m "To tt> for sliced ; do, machine driei, 8<<?10c ; Plums, !';-■ for pitted and 3</?4c for un p'utt-a ; Gcni'.au Prunes, S'a9c: tYench l*runea, Us V 8> ; new crop Kiisins, il Hfll 60 f box. Hjnkt — C-Jtob, 14(ofl7c; ext.&ctwd, 7:iloc '4 tti. Bittkr— Continued seaicitv <T strictly prime dai ries keeps, value for th^l particular class decij edly str- nij. Fancy, 47 jc ; choicu, 42J;<r4»c; fair tv good, WMOu; interior lota from country st.res, *J3t2Bj; fit kit-, 29(d31.'* for ffood to choice, and tS9S7}o for ordiaarj ; pickltn' roll, BiXa3Jic ; Eaxtern. io-.tt 5c *i ». Ciirksh -Trade fiir. California, 12J<ai3',c for choice ; 10@12c for fair to coik! ; do, factory, in boxes, Uglte ; Kjusttrn, ]6isl7c ; Western, UMI-iic 3 m. I'.if.s -Kor warranicl iota there i« quick demand at !uli rated The trouble ia to find the desirtd Huaii'y. btven! .;i'» i s ot In x lota are r- (nirted übove oarflenras. CaUfamia, choic», 42j><s45c; Interior, 2S;i/4uc : Utah, 2:}(<37Je ; Western, :v;c V d.-zen. Potltrv— *he week 04>es not open with any nurked autiv.ty. Live Turkcjs, iro'.iblers, lliii 1- ; . o dern, 14 rl(>;; R>.>tirß, $5 50'ifi 50 for old, and 4C MOB 50 for young ; H.m,iG\u~: tiroilom, ;i ■'"», a.c;rjliur T «> Doofl, t4 ;0 '7 *■ ■ ■. ; U^."-, ?: -.1 S ** ; Goaiirijjs, $1 rucJ V pair. Gamk— Ver\ B&afl noelnti this morotßg t^uail, *l@l -j;. d.;z ; JUllani D.ick.--. *4 608S tv : Sprig», -: r.i .;": Teal, Sl'qi 25; Widfteoo, $'. ci -■■ ; li.i- ■. KSS 25; tUoMW, Jl 25J1 7i; VenLuu, SigVeV n. PIOTBKm -Qnße firm. Fast era U»i\B, I I 1 * !r< ; Galtfarasa Bamft, 16|^16)a for plain, an<l 161 •' : " c for su.-ar-enred eanraaed; E.vt=rn liroak !ast li-..Ma, I7j«ißc; California Soi.itej Bao i, ' >: tor tteavj and medium, and I7jftlß« forUrt ■:.. -c'.t; t : .ciroiios, lfj.a'.CJo; Park, S2l 50322 ,'jr i'itra Prime, ii4(rt2a for Prime Mmt, tihiffij r,O lorMsas, f-7 for Clear, S2S.S2S ."Ofur Rx tr» Clear; HjjT net, HBOIB VbW ; Moss Beef, $14 for Ml] %iiii >7 for bait bbll ; Extra Mess Beet, #11 00*5; Family iiocf, JlCtaiC E0 bbl ; Call bate Smoke:! Bocf, 1 l^UJc * 3> ; Beef Toagues, ''I > dozen; rjujleru L&rd, 15 jc for tierces an.l 16J>il7c ?? C f:r paiis ; CilUorrJa do, 10-» tms, 1t.«15=: 6-3) an, I.VaISJc; Fails, UWie, kegs, 15Tlf>jc ; Royal do, WJ'/rlCjc for 10-tti, ltijcalCJ for BIJ., am! lf,j efuc V ft for 3-!t. pails. Wo"l - There is no demand of censequence. Wa quote B; rinjr: i bit and ktadodno, $ 1b 25<a20c S iLt 'ina 22 a 24 S*n J la-juin, free 17(<il8 Ssii Jorujuin, detective Hun Sou' hem Part, burry and seedy lfi@l7 ■aatara Ongoo, choice „ 23*24 ' 'r ■ _-f> n , fair 20u*22 : r ls@l9 Vailey Oregon, five 25«27 "irc^i>^. roarse 2Swr3t Wt qaot* till : San Joiquin and cuast ] :<uinand liml Tillli. tiiiul VJ rit Northna tall, free I". a 17 N r I i m ; U, Mi ctfcra l] t ; :. ■:i fail. Limb IWSI7J Fc.-f Moai.'.atn loJIO Saa FrandßCo Maat Harfeet ■wig are ratee /or wholo csu-cassee from •Uusrhtererg tj dealers : U'w— rrlnie, 7j@Bc; oediuni sjrades, OJs*7c: | Via^-Luv« calves, TJOBte J mall onos, &89Jc ' i S S> yn.-s—Wethers are qnotihle at 41'35e, and ewe* at Vj?4}c » tt>, aecordiair to quality. LAMB-V'i-jUbie at 8 MJe ♦• ft. rr.ri -Ijve hoes, T/rTj- fr.r hard, and ei^ejefor toft ; dnweJ do, 10i<gl0|: « ft, for hard gTain I Ho^s. Eu.Bieni s.nd Foreign Karkete. Kiw Tom, October Rh. FaiAUsn jfs — l~i—ir is steady aad Wheat ii ! r.Ci-ly, latter at *l Co^l 13 * bushel. Wool— California In more active at 12@14c for ' , fxll turry, and 16;92Oo for clean fall ; spring bniTT ' 15»2tc ; clean spriag, St<|>S9c ; polled, lg(3<2a. Bun- California are strong at H<c(i4ic CuK*ii\ OcWbw tik. Cork— 63Jc for November. Pork— Til 27 for November. Lard— Hi 40 for November. Bacos— «l3 10 for November tor ribi «nd (14 50 (or short ribt. LrrsHPOOL, Cclober 9th. Wukat— California spot iota are dull at Os 2J to 98 sii. Cariro lot?, 44b for just shipped, He f-<r Dearly due and 449 for off coast. ! Bacn_j jato Produce aiarket— Wholesale (Comcted dally for the Rkord-Umior.; Sacumbkto, October 9th. Fhrrr— Tlie rains have injured the urgathereJ I croj) of Grapes very materially. They are quott d lat »0c n fl ii V crate ; common. BOid7.Sc ; Feach i a, *U<'sl t~j V box ; Lemon*, •Jicllv, fb 5059 ; do, I Cililoru<a. $2 60g3 50 ? box ; Or»mres— Tahiti, ! ib\ao (p V box ; Limes Bellini; at fl is.*l 60 V 100 ; ! Bananas, *3 iC\a 1 50 V hunch : Pinoaopler, Jfwiii ■ Aattm ; Coccnnuts, f7^t7 s^l » 100 ; Plunu, 4(<»6c¥ fb ; Pea:», cimmon, il 25 ; Bartletts, *1 50g2 ¥ Do»; ! Apples, iuai 25 V box. fis t Liia — Aosorud, 'Jjai cans, 9 dox, i' 2; aD'jrt'j'i, t,'>>lon cans, $5; Peaches, 2j-Sj cbms, 12; Portlind Bluebcrri-^, 2-lt cans, IS; Whor tleberries. 41 75 Tabi.» KRiira— Assorted, 2}S> cans, V do*, ti 75 ; Peaches. 52 »."■ : Bartlctt Piarp, fi 85 ; Plums, »2 S5 : i Blackberr.es, m ; Oooecbsrries, 13 26 ; Strawberries, 1 13 25; .»; i: ...-, IS8S; Muncut Urapca, $2 75; i.e.j i Currants, $3 25; Cherries, i-i 25. Dkod FKrrra — Apples, allowl, 6<»7<.' S tt>; do | quattered, 5v56c; pous, pooled. 7<*rfc; do, on. peeled, 4<95c ; Plump, pitted, lOtilli:; Peaches, 6@7c; do. peeifd, 13-Tt2Oc; Prune". German and French, 12«t14c; Blac.tiorries, 15'<»1C:; KL<s, CsiU fcrnla, SS»6:S». Vkoktaklius— aweet PoUtoes, Red, I^l Jc $ ft. ; Cai olinas, 1 1 .' •i f ' r»i :\\a\ am i String Beuis, Ij<sr2c. ; Shell Beans, cranberry, IOEe ; Linias, s(o|Gc V It. ; Urrcn corn, 10crfl5c per dozen ; Tomatoes, 50gC0c $1 box : Summer Squash. l@2c %< Hi ; ?ot&u«e, VM A $1 10W cwt ; Onions, KiXSS'lc S c»t; Cauliflower, 75 (uf9oc ; Cabbie. *lcßl -li y cwt ; < arrota. 75cC<»Jl * cwt ; Turnips, »1 25 ¥ 100 ; bancn vegeublee, 12tc« doi ; Parsnips, ljc ; B*i;t». lc ; Celery, 73j 9 ; dozen ; Horse Kadish, S<aioc * 8) ; Orecn Peas, o@Cc I Ib ; Artichokes, 26«i30c V dozen ; Cucumbers, 4i.<» 6c W ioz: Green Pcppeni, 4<S;c ¥ B. ; E*g Plant*, 4iofoc ; Watermelons, 75c<3$l ¥ doz; C»utaloupes, j 50<<*75: » dozen ; Green Okra, oCf«7c V B). BRBADSTfTre— FIour, (6 23 * bbl; Oittm l , f5 a 100 lbs : Coruiaeal. vtllow, #> 2i^:2 60 ; wliito, $2 35&2 CO; Cracked Wneai, #2 754«5. Podltrt— Live Turkeys, 13«i4c * 1b; full trrown Ohickenj, Jfi ;>tf '^ d .i7.i-ii ; younz rux«ters, t.S ' 1 50 » doz; Blotters, J-2a3; tarn.' Ducks, 86. r .o(!*7; G««»e, t\ M(tr-> *> nair ; El'i.t, 40(irl;> $ dozen. Game- yuail, «1 '/f,(>»l JO V dano ; Mallard Du-Vs, 53irf4; Bprig>,sl TIQt; Teal, SI 50 il 75; Hare, SI 76#S; Habbits. *U,rl 60; Doves, s.iir73e ¥ doz ; j Venison, lo^ltc. a tt,. Oairv Prouucto— Buttar, fancy dijrv, 405453 ?l lb ; mixed lots, in rolls. Sift' 4o.- $,' B> ; CheuSG, California, from 12 9'sc; Weetcrn, flats, 10^15c ; Martin's Cream, 19-i«2oc. Mrats— Tirxt, 7c; Uutton. 6c $ It. ; Lamb, 7&8 c; Pork, ICK6I lc ; Veal, small calves, By9c ; large, 70. Hay, Gu;j am/ Fsi'.k— -mx bay, »» fe,u, *15isi7 ; altaltn, *10 to« 12 * v.-j ; farm, U tr.r. 81S: mid dlln'CH, per ton ; b*r!nv, whr»l«, £1 40 ; ground, il 45 ; wheat, $1 05CU 75 X ewi ; t»ir.e o»ts. y c»t.. X 25: corn, \cliow, $I*2 ij V cwt ; white, (2 25®2 50 9 ewt "— '"'^-"•TfflW Broil fttfitfy luvv.' 1 ;; Timo thy, BMtam, U9Ue ¥ lb ; Orajron, tf.:(10c; Red Clover, lBSlfio: Bed Tof, l.'JMlic ; Nnt«— Knglhih Wafamtß, 10. !lo ; .^Jmontis, 14*150; PaJnnti, 10311e ; Tallow. 7j:.*:S: ; EBdM «It. an JOo; 'irv, 20c ; Ho i-llm taken a still further rise and an: now selUnj it from nd.,ij c. THaSSFERS OF REAL ESTATE. IfOSDAT, 0.-ti.b! r !), IS*2. ScpUmlx-r 28— Calvin W. Panmrorth lo iiurace B nntim an— Dndl Tided one-third 9l the Booth half if I. it s, block b.»uuded by Fifth, Sixth, L a'^il 11 ftn-it-' city : L'rant. SeptefflbW 14— John S. Dooley, '•>' adniitiistratur, to GiltK'rt C. BaynoMi -Ncrtti ;W f«t of lot (*, block boumled by 1!, 0, Kkvmih .11, « Twelfth Btrc«t«, city ; SliO. October S— LdsOtiato J. r. liitknon— North 30 feet if the south half (d ti.u aa<t quarter ol lots, block bounded bj 1., M, Ninth and 'IVntk lUuutl, city ; grai.t. . Eclu-se Extea I>kv receive. 1 the hi^hert awari in oumpotitian v.ith all American and Bovert.l foreign champurMe, at lua late New York Cnllnaty Ks k> i!ion. Attend the nuunmntfa sale of lan pi on Wednesday, October lltb, ai AckeriuanV, 02fl J street. * MARRIED. San Francisoo, Oet ■!>■ r f' Peter P. AsTiussen to Anna K. Bebmidt. .-an Prandaco, Oetobar 4 W, B. BUirtoKellie E. Dr. w. San Francisco, Ocb bet 4 lobD U. Leghorn to Ma;'i;i'' [rwin. San Frai.es.'. October 7— Nelson F. Remington to Mania Qdebriat. San Franci^eo, October S — Henry J. Sularo to Kr uefeta Manni. Diamond Spring. Beptember 21- William A. Kramp to Christiana The. sen. Fresno, September 80— J". M. Newell to <;. M. Fisher. San Josw. Octcber 2— Stephen 11. Arifell to Carolena L. Lull. BORN. Sacramento, October 8— Wife of George W. Saff jrd, a daughter. i hii-o, September 25 —Wife ot Dan. Hollaud, a son. Preano. October 2 — Wife of K. C. Ferguson, a daughter. Plai-erville, Si'ptenib.r :i-Wife of William D. Ed wari's. a daughter. Smith's SUti' n, San Vateo eonotf, '"epteoiber 13— Wife of Kmuiett Soil, a son. »^ — — — — — — DIED. Sarnimento, October 9^— Mary, youncest dauajrtar of George and Mary Ainerina, 1 month pnd 11 days. [Friends and ac<(U;ui. Unices are ■BBaeotfottj inviu^l to attend the funeral, which will Uke place from the reei^ence ot patanta, C street, between Thirteenth ■ teenth and Fourteerith, this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Libertoii, Sc tiand, September s— Captain Georve G Brown (son of Thomas Urown, of Virjr.nia, aiiilj father of Mrs. George G. Stewart, of Sacranieiito). San J »st*, October It -John Doy'c. it years. Na^lu'ille. Rl Dorado county, Bepti mbar 18— Rachel Dixie Hart, IB ye^rs, '< months and 18 days. 3lorla:i<7 Ilcpori. For two aneki eadißf Oetobar 7, InS2, mido by S. K. Caldskll, Superintendant of the City Cemetery. Oiliee at the Chapel, City Jemcu ry : September B— Osadalnpa Moralus, 43 years ; Mix ico. Ar.ni- E. Me* li-ter, 2.' y.'.ir'* ; Ua Homtak September ~l'* — Altert Oabors, 23 years; Wisconsin. September 27— Fojd Saook, 1 > iir vii.l 8 day! ; Cal ifornia. * r..i...i-; La line, 27 \eirn; HiasoQri. Bttie C. Bart.cc, 84 years anl 5 mii.t.'is; Ken t;i. ky." Sept nabar S8 — John We»ab t 4f> fears; Ireland. Beptember IS— All Yiug, lSdars; CaUJoruia. B mbar 80 — Baa Lun^ r , !9 fean ; cliin?. September 'M — loKphiua Diciev, SS \ears and 8 moatha; Catttornta John X Unmninga, 32 years, S months and -" djya; Ireland. Mary D. F.mpie, B8 ,M';.rs. 2 mniii s and :) days; New York. Sm Bie, J• \ t '.rs ; China. Owtober 1 — Louis L'lrich, 2 mouths and S days ; Cal ifornia. Oct her 2— Annie E Fccnev, ?3 years and 3 mouths; New York. October 4- Delia Green, 41 years ; Ireland. Georsre Ebret, 6 months and 18 dara ; Oaßfonda. George F. Krafft, (! years, 4 months and 20 days ; Wash inirton, D. C. Besides the above theie wire brought here for in terment the following : September 22— Patriot 4;! years ; Ireland. September 2:!— Drucc Bradford, ii years ; California. September 2t>— Manuel Fraucisco de K<.se, 5 years ; Califoruia Se|<tcmher 28— Charles Curtis, 33 years, l month and ii da>s ; Hew York. September 29— Uenrv Gra:it, X years ; Mxnsachu «;t:s. February 23, ls>7C— U. M. DacMf, 20 years ; Wis i onKin. October I -Albert Zimmerman, SI years: Switzer land. FARMS ! FARMS! OF ALL KIIDS FOB, SAI^B, BY Sweetser $t Alsip INSURANOE AGENTS, No. 1015 Fourth street, BETITELX J A\D K. SAdttBEATO. 4OU »"■• on Co^nrancn. mjitablr Tor Bop*, Oom, Alfalfa, or all kinds of cro[>s. Pri c, | iia.uOO. I I€O Acre* Ppnlhe'kt of Cl«y al>nnt I miles; aapleadid farm for fniit or sjrain ; ffi^o<l dweQinCi b.irn, etc Price moderate and tenua of payment easy. ALSO 70 Mm adj^lnlnc nbnvr. brlns so Unc trac; of up'and as Uin this Cjuuty. Trice, II.OC'O. — al.«j ' Oar. nf the lirit Fruit Farms In the ountv ; h>w 17 acres in orchard, 3 acres in bl u-k -berrics, 4 acres in s".rawb<-rrie«, IS acres In vir.e vardiff'Xvi builu - ■ tagiaa for pump in?; larze reservoir for irri«tin? ; situate vilth n two miles of two railnad stations. I'rice, $10 000. ALSO A Small IMaee f I ' \rrts. One Mile of the city limits. Price, i:,2iO. 15 trn - In I Lit Proximity of the City— Gxid dwelling, c*t ii.DOT, linre B«n) ; Fr-iit Trees, etc. Will pr-ducj Hop^. Alfalfa, or is *t?U caicolated for a Vegetable Garden. Price low and ter .ns of payment male satisfactory. ALSO : We n«ye i> Moderuly isnllt Frame Dwell itjc, \\ith cisrht rooms ; g:ood, desirahl-j Lot, well improved, with Stable. Wil eicban^e lot a aood Ranch ; improvements we of uot so much conse quence as t J have gooJ land. . Yft Have a Plere of Prnprrty In the City that is renting well, the owner » -lies to exchange tor a residence in tie eastern part of the city. bWKETOU 4 ALSIP, SMnneal*. CHANGED DAILY FOR MECHANICS' STORE WEINSTOCK&LUBIN TUESDA V, OCTOBER 10, 1882. SACKAHE.NTO ll.H'lCtll !i:. EVENTS OF TUE DAI. Eoft;;;;;;;;; g Stin Rises 0:04 a. m. I'EMPERATrBE CoRnEdroMHNG Day. 1SS1 : Sun Sets 5:30 p. m. Moon Uifies 4:43 a. m. Highest, 81 Moon South* 10:31 A. M. lowest 40 Day's Length llh. J'miiii. r »r»"! I .I, Nl—^'- i BOYS 9 PLAY AND SCHOOL SUITS! STOUT MATERIAL ; STRONG SEW ING ; D URA BLE LININGS. PRICES SUCH AS COME ONLY FROM THE LARGEST BUYING. One Price!- What Does It Mean ? W The benefits arising from the ONE PRICE SYSTEM, and the marking of sell ing prices in plain figures, is everywhere acknowledged. It affords protection ; it is a guarantee of right prices ; it insures justice to all. It is a rigorous system, however, and one which is rarely adapted in its full sense, except by the largest Houses, simply because their resources and trade alone will permit them to make prices which will stand the ordeal of comparison, of publicity, of attack from smaller Houses — inevitable with the practice of this method of dealing. But the meaning of this term, " ONE PRICE," has been wrongfully and shamefully perverted by many dealers. They cannot and dare not practice in its true and full sense, which is ONE PRICE for the same article to every customer, and no less taken. Such Houses cloak a fraud by making it mean simply one PRICE ON EACH TRANSACTION. That is, if the Salesman, after judging of the appear ance of a customer, chooses to ask $5 for a dress pattern, he will not stand " beating down ;" but he may ask the very next pur chaser who comes only $3 for the same dress. Such facts are unpleasant to talk about — yet not more unpleasant than to know that thousands are constantly misled in this way. It certainly behooves everyone who seeks the advantages of ONE PRICE STORES, not to place their confidence at random. BLACK SATIN BROCADES, 21-inch, all-silk, $1 3.1 per yard; other grades, $1 65, $2 and $2 oO per yard. BROCADED ARMURES, 15 cents per yard. A large stock of WINTER CLOAK INGS, SUITS AND WRAPS, ready made or made to order. A good assortment of UMBRELLAS, RUBBERS, etc. This is simply a reminder— some people forgetting all about such goods until a rainy day comes. Better to buy when it is pleasant and conrenie'nt. MEN'S FINEST HAND-SEWED BOOTS AND SHOES! LADIES' FINE FRENCH KID SHOES, In all sizes and grades! CHILDREN'S SCHOOL AND PLAY SHOES! OUR PRICES ABSOLUTELY THE LOWEST! MEN OF THE HOUR. BAKEE PASHA. y V^S« KEOKQAJJIZEB OK THE EGYI'TUN OR iff .;> :% >s Baker Path* is not a Turk, bufc an Kng- Sf^~ .- iishniaD, and, it U etatfil, (jnonelam friend **"~«-*__^ »r\ and companion cf tbe Prince of \Valo<. He / ~~-v^ sk; was at <>ue time a distinguished rffiser of cay- Rk $?» »lry in the British arsr.y, but havJDg taken feS '??* TUj^ : advantage of being alive with a young !idy '• * Tss>i> vHlflH \'" k* 8 &L 'l" -■.' i ' ance ' a » cjmpaitmen! of a I -4 • #**ir - r»i:r:ad Curriafce, to assanlt her, wns scn •■ I,t \ i&j fenced to « term i»f i imprisonment for tiiis -^* MtS§i" '■> JSSi r-*~- '^ r:iS(? - l-'pon hij reloise he entered the Per "~-» tX'^-cr^-S^ vio- of the Saltsa of Turkry, an i becam.-" a ~_L *--' I '^^^-^ f* vor i'e 'ffi-«rof hU inop-tial n:ije?ty. Ho ■^^O^-^^ ; jK -• . " !e Suhan, acd has promptly accepted the SS" ' " — "^■-~~~~^l^ task of reorganizing the Egyptian aimv. for _J_^^«HE£^~j^"^ ::: =^^ « h;ch he ia sir-fralarly we.l adapt cJ. Valen ':[. ■ > g£>T^^BEfe v — ~-^^ tice Baker, or Baker I'atha, in a poldicr as C?sSg!sSWfifi^M^Eggsi^^>-^ brilliant as capable. His last appointment —^5-^i'V^jS^=^^§ :^s3Scr^S v ' ' 8 ritwtfrrnit of t!ie firm prip which England 1 ha« of Oriental aff..ir*. There is interot in 3^^W; J -O§.- % Hie icentioa that the A 'n.ir&Siu-Chief of the **-— - "*' -_^^ Tnrknh navy, Hcbirt Prsha, Uan Ecgliah -^^^ man, a son of the Djke -A IVckinehaai. MECHANICS' STORE. MISOELLANEOUS. IHPOBTERS AHO DEALERg lv AND LIQUORS, Nos. 1016 and 1018 Second street, between J and X, Sacramento. iSroB XTATCHMAKEB ASD JEITELEK, Si« J ST., BET. SECOND aad TBIBB &^M SO- Dealer In WATCHES, JEWELRY AND DIAMONDS. Ropalrlug In »U|M br»nch«. » a^^T andt-r MR. FLOIiEKO. Ageat for Boehford W»trh Comply. " "aulT^plm 7 JOBEN* 3BHUX73Kr3E3E^, H^ ■ T ' Importer, Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In every description ol |TJ FTJENITURE andBEDDINQ N'oh. 6»l, 6O« an<l 608 X street, bet. Sixth and »«-vrnlh. Saeramenta. au7-3ptl FINE FURNITURE AND^CARPETS, <>_-^V— s^ LATEST STYLES AND LARGE VARIETY JUST RECEIVED, *~ »"J will be Bold at VERY LOW FIGURES. Alao, all kinua of HEULjI.sQ *&■£- .1. ii. IMVK No. ill X sliv.t. W^> TAILORS AND ALL LAKGE « «)N»I MEKs OF SEWING MACHINE OIL! CAN SAVE MONEY BY BUYING THE BEST gPEUH, BY THE I^UART OR CALLON, OF GEO. P. ALLMOXn, SOeJst., bet. Eighth and Ninth. -A-ttentioru Horsemen ! /^^f KENDALL'S TREAfISE~OIT " THE HORSE/ t3" t ki:k. call i\d «et o\e -si Ih^m TTJPTS' TJRTJGr STORS, _€sL^^ • i3S C'ftK.NER TE\TH AND J STREETS, [m2S-3p6c SACRAME!STO. r^IXSLAf ER, HatterJSS J. J. Spieker' D R U G S J "°" 7 ™,f?'""- s °"" B "~ T On account of tlia isclemency of the wsatlior, we have OUR SPECIAL LAMP SALE ! ADVERTISED LAST SATi'R»AY, UNTIL L L/ si C g U r% 1 5 October 11, 1882. IX IWtnW TO THE LAMP SALE, V. E WIU I'LICE BBVCSB THE rVBUC : 1200 Dozen East Ironstone OMna Dinner Piates for 75 cents per dozen ; sold everywhere for $1 25. ACKERMAN 8i CO., Nos. 629 and 631 J street, : : : : Sacramento. t2T Onr Slore will close at : P. M. Shurp (Saturday excepledt. ■«! I.M.I I !' in AMERICA* Breech-Loading Shotguns, Winchester Rifles, Hunters' Supplies, FOR S.\LK r:V— — HUMTIHCTON, HOPKINS & CO., SACRAMEXTO AND BAN FKAKCISCO. AGENTS FO It CALIFORNIA AND HAZARD Powder Companies A. LEONARD & Son7~ ioi'j Fourth Btrecl Sacnuntnto XSB'S'ET.E& A.IW C 3 3EI REAL ESTATE AGENTS. REPRESENT A LMJGK LIST OF FlRST claps Ineuranoe Companies, giving absolute iudeniDity at suitable rati-8. Real Estate Bought and Sold. RENTS COLLECTED. On Real r^tntr Srrarlly. 2u17-3plm SACRAMENTO SEMINARY, 1012 I Street, Parrnmrnto, Cat. The Twill llllll Year will befin WednesfUj' Aocnftt 2, IBSB MRS. HEKJION PERRY, MISS KATE V. DARLING, iul»-3plm Principal!". SACRAIVIENTO S^~~\ Th« Bnilnon fs^~T\ TralnlnpVhonl YS/J at the Pacific y^l/^ y* »•» t«j«e«. t- r.i.ltj- J' iUtaininf * «"»n - ploymmt. KmJ f tor tlM> Co' 1 *** > Wl\ -3p3rp.ftiw3m mm NEW FURNITURE! wm CONaIsTI.NG OF FINE PALLOR AND BLDP.OOU SETS, IN G fEAT V/KII TV - '.ISO, O Single Pieces, Btd-lißg, etc. W. D. COMSTOC'K, Cor. Fifth and X streets. rt .^ lM IMPORTERS AAD WHOLESALK LIQUOR DEALEEB, 605 X STREET (ml-Spftn] — | SAORAMEfiTO OAU Pernvian Bitters! (CINCHONA ROBBA ) tiie fixest 1:1 1 1 :.::% \ mE world. ■n KFFKCTI ALLT CIRII MALARIAL DISEASES! Vitalize tbo System, anil arrest the ravwes o( th« dreadful Aicdhol Habit, " bIPSOMANIA." XT 4hk yonr Wrus: l>t or Wine .'Werrlinnt for I hem. aUSpte TO MY OLD PATRONS. I STILL OFFER MY VAI.I.AI'.LE t-EKVICES IF you ore bo unfortunate ax to r«(iiire them. With a mind mature ] an.', enriched by ntmlies of an advanced order, 1 can nfatr mj that tliero is hanlly a disease in the catalogue ><i human ilia that I can no*, treat to a suecessf 1 iwue. LADIES-I i^ra alwavfl riitiy ro amist you. Mj |ia»t kaowladaa has hern increased by exti nsivo experience. lam now ab,e to triat you with tho certainty of success. No ease peculiar to your deli cjfe oreanirtm is beyond roy sure conttol. My huh Ninthly Jli .licines are superior to any offered heretofore, and niil bo warranted to have the desired eff'.et in all caeca. ThoBC of the public »ho need my services can de pend upon gentlemanly, honorable and scie:itifk treatmont at reasonable rates. I ad-lrces particularly those who hnve been in jured by ynutlifiil indiscretions, and Vtion who have contracted Ioca! due&scs. Persons sffliced can, if they prefer, conjuit me by letter, detailing the RBptOBM of the disease or tnmbla, ar.d receive medicine by cxprera, with ful! instructions. All letters must be directed to J. H. JOS.SELY.V, M. D., 2'J6 Sutter street, Saa Krancu co, Cal. C«re warranted in all cases, r.r no pay required. Consultations, pmtmaßj or by 1.-tt- r, gratis. Send foj book. Comfortable apartments f<r patients at my Iri3rni:u-y (when tiesi.edj, with experienced Bums, Consultation IVirlors. 228 Sutter strict, uljoiniiii (•..- FoQDg Man's Cl-rifitian AsfcOclation l!u:«- ■ 4. Oflk-e hours— From 9 A. ». u> 8 p. «. Xljr It!,;!.. m:i li:ins« In my udlrr. Plinhail my Bw» <-n Phyatologj and llarrUire. For sale by all newsdealers. J. h. ja:;sEi v.v, st. i». jy7-3r.1-u CSACEERS tCpTCTIOHS! Hf'^'up, iroa in aj*d bh 1 tease, • Sacrunrnto, h\i Jus* taken tba vt holnala *pney of the CALIFORNIA* RA( KKll Ci of Han Krinci-w. OH*ClvEiiS rold at Mr .n Franci-ico prieoa, with difference in time and fnifbt In fiv,r ft pniihaam. A*,, PIBHSBB CHOKS COHROnOKS. M lo»est market rat;* au^'2-Sp6