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SAN FRASCISCO ITEMS.
Moses Heller has been appointed assignee
of Isaac Eliai, an insolvent debtor, by
.Judge HaUey, with bond fixed at 31.000.
The probate of the will of Antoine An
stett, one of the proprietors of tie Phila
delphia Brewery, has been granted. The
property is worth 57,500.
Michael Slattery, who tried to carve his
companions in a pedro game in a Point
Lotos avenue salcoa about a month ago,
kas been held to annwer by Jndge Itix,
with bail set at $1,000.
William Gorman, John Phillips, Isaac
Lekapßy, Jerry McCarthy, Patrick Mc-
Carthy and Fred. Peterson, all Industrial
School escapes, have been held by Judge
Boseubaum to answer for felony in break
ing from their jaiL
The steam whaler Orea ie rapidly near
ing completion at Yallejo-street wharf.
Her companion vessel, Bowhead, ia dis
charging a 'jir.ro of oil and bone at the
•ame wharf. Of the Arctic fleet, twenty
one whalers have already arrived, the ma
jority of which have decked for the pur
pose of discharging cargo.
John McAdoo, arrested some time ago
for assault to murder, for having ehot and
wounded James Anderson at hia residence,
No. 25 Twenty-third street, was, after a
partial examination in the Police Court, re
leased from custody on riling a bond in the
sum of ?2,000. Tuesday, when the case
was called, he failed to put in an appear
ance, and a bench warrant was issued for
his arrest.
Sumptcr E. Dogf>ett, who killed Robert
Sheridan on the 11th day of November,
ISSI, in a room on Stockton street during
a fight over an abandoned woman, for
which he was convicted of manslaughter
and sentenced to the State Prison for three
and a half years, was granted a new tiial
by the Supreme Court Tuesday, because
certain instructions to the jury asked for
by the defendant were t.ot given by the
Court below.
Toe body of an unknown man found in
bed at 533 Commercial street on Monday
afternoon has been identified as that of
Michael Fitzpitrick, a boiler-maker, who
was shot in tha neck in an ail'ny in China
town some months since. When he was
discharged from the County Hospital, a
few da} 8 ago, the wound was still unbealed
outwa'dly, and for tome time it was
thought it had caused his death. An au
topsy, however, showed that death resulted
from pneumonia. The deceased was a
native of New York and 3S years of age.
Jloee Aguero, a Mexican woman, wife or
mistress of Felippe Aguero, living in South
San Francisco, on Tenth avenue, was as
saulted by Felippe Tuesday afternoon. At
that hour the ran into the honse of a
neighbor, screaming, and told them that
her husband was drunk and had attempted
to murder her, [beating her on the head
with a soda-water bottle, and, pulling up
her clothes, had tried io inflict a wound on
her person with a razor. Felipps was ar
rested by officers Eastman and O'Connell
and charged at the south district station
house with an assault with a deadly
weapon. The woman presented a terrible
sight. Oae oye was closed completely, the
chin was covered with a plaster, which,
when removed, disclosed a gash, and there
were several severe cuts on the back of her
head. Her face, on one side, was consid
erably- swollen.
At the meeting of the Geographical So
ciety of the Pacific Coast Tuesday evening,
the Secretary, C. Mitchell Grant, read a
paper on the discovery of America by the
Norsemen. He said that it could not bs
determined with certainty at what part of
the American coast they lande i, but from
the data which we possess it is fair to as
•ume th it their first landing was at Nan
tucket, one degree south of Ibhtun, the
aecond in Nova Scotia, and the third in
Newfoundland. General George W. Cul
len, Vice- President of the New York Geo
trraphical Society, made a short address, in
which he gave reasons for believing that
the tower of Nantucket was not a relic of
the Norsemen, bnt a mill which had been
erected. He also related the progress the
Geographical Society in New York had
made, untill now it had a membership of
1,500. He hoped that the Society which
had been organized here would bs as suc
cessful. Judjje Pcabody, also of New
York, made a few remarks.
Stji.gi.so irritation, inflammation, all
kidnty and urinary complaiats, cured by
"Bujhu-paiba." $1.
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE
Complete Treatment, $1.
Cletr head and voice, easy breathing, tweet
breat >, perfect smell, taste and hearnt; ; r.o coueh,
DO 'lLwts", by using Sankuku'd Hadical Ct'RE for
Catarrh. * mimM ■
Complete Treatment, $1.
Sneeze until your head is ready to fly off, eyes and
nose running water, throat parched and blood
fevtristior take Sanford's Radical Cirk fnrCatanh
and be cure 1.
Complete Treatment, $1.
Witch Hi-.:. American Pine, Canada Fir, Man
rold and Clover Blossoms are what Sanfords Kaiii. ai
Cure for Catarrh is madi of. One bottle Radical
Cnre, one box Catarrhal Solvent and SanfurJ'a
Inhaler, in one package for $1. Sold everywhere.
WKKKS & PQTTt.Ii, B-islon, Mam.
cOLL/A/o- LIGIITXIXG
s\JN I "O Is not quicker than COL
■^\r/,A/A sis LINS> VOLTAIC PLAS
—Z^SIjPU/l' TEBS in relieving Pain and
/jgF lliTv>^<r Wcaknt'ps cf the Kidne>*s,
Liver and Lun^s, Rhea
S* V matism, Nturalcia, Hys
.^ _yL. "^ teria. Female Weaknesp,
t~~^n^r Malaria, and Fe^ er and
&l a *^^t*Q Airue. Price, ?."» cento. Sold
evcryw I'cre. d29 6mTh&M
1K0.2071.!
MAIL LETTINGS.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Post Omci! DKrARTMBjcT, y
WASDT-tOTOS (D. C.X October 16, 1352. J
X>rc>POSALS will: be received at the
Contract Office of thisT>epartment>ntiH3 r. M.
ef JANUARY 6, ISS3, for carrying the mails if
the United States upon the. routes, and according to
th» schedule of arrival andjdeparture specified ly
the Department, in the Stite of California, frcm
JULY 1. 1833, to JCXK SO, ISSC. Lutf of roatcs,
irith schedules of arrivals and depirturrs, instruc
tions to bidders, «ith forms for contracts aid bonis,
and all other necessary information will beffumished
npon application to the Sec jnd Aesistat tjPostmastc r-
T. O. HOWE,
<■_.. latrfiwTh r.-! mii-lcr-t-rnr r»l.
San Francisco Stock Sales.
Sin Ff-ascikco. November 19th.
MOBNIKO S&WIOSf.
SMOphlr 2 7:<<*2 75| 100 Bullion. 20c
475 Mexican.....! I:4** *'] »« O»ennaD 20c
2SO O. «<J 2 55 255 Justice 5o
550 Bout * B 4 ft 1 *W Union 4 86
1850 California, »t 6S> Alt* 40c
ISO Savage 7tc 2CoAndcs 76c
22MCon. V» 7ik 250 Scorpion 85c
4500M1«j 1 361 600B^>'on 16c
SJOPotoiL 9!c SOONarajo S}
130 HilctX.ir 1 *' IM Albion 3 6)
230 Point ISO 30" Mt. Diablo 4
•280 V. J K V-t 1 X Mlndepen Ssc
200 Imperial fc 29) Uodfe 3 15
250 Belcher 7i'c 2SO > . Belle M)
600 Sierra Not 4 0. 26J Mono 20c
51-OCtoli 2 »
ArTEESOOS SK»efOK.
30 Eureka 1' 70 Gouli * C ?70
20N. Belle. »1 »J O. Vfrdnii 66c
30CG Prize We % a Potad 1
fO Argeuu. 3« 35° ***■» * " I 25
BSONarajo 6} 225Ophir 2 83
3'lsj Indepen 90c 350 Scorpion 7i/»8»c
300 Belle Lile 60t. 29JS. Nevada. 4 63
200 Day 20c *oCholiar 1 35
8 5 Albion 3 *t 100 California 25c
siWaes 2ic 81 M»xl«Li! 3 2K&3 55
loolloln.es 15c 350*araite 7tc
20 liodie 3 10; 260 Justice 5c
y/j syndicate 15c: 250 Atti. 40c
150 Mono 20c 200 R-iUion 2P
-1 O.Mt. Fotoei 2tV 50 Utah 280
300 Oro 5c 260 Point 1 20
275 M. White 3) 2uo Day 20c
30 N. Belle Isle Sic, 200 Atlas J 05
200PiDaI 2> 200 Concordia 50c
a<oß»t * B 4 60. 250 Noonday 2 «
MO Union 4 90
An action has been tiled in the United
States Circuit Court, on <i transfer from the
Superior Court of Santa Cruz county,
against the South Pacific Coast Narrow
gauge Railroad Company, to recover $"J, 424,
State and county taxes for the year
ISSO 81, with the usual interest and coats
attached. The complaint recites that the
assessment of the corporation was tired by
the State Bjard of Realization at $504,
--825, upon a tax of £1 per mile for the
franchise, $7,000 per mile for roadbed and
rails, and £3.543 per ir.ile on the rolling
stock. The length of the road is forty- five
mile, of which about tleven miles are in
Santa Cruz county.
• a
An invaluable strengthener for the nerves,
in.:: I'll r, and digestive organs, producing
strength and appetite, is Brown's Iron Bit
ters.
Reddikg's Kuwia Salre is an invaluable
dressing for inflamed and eo:e j ints. Price,
25 cants.
LYDIA E. PINSCHAM'S
VEGETABLE COMPOUND.
I* a l?o*itlTp Cure.
For all tho.c Painful Complnlnta und \VraL^e*»r<
M> common to our beat femaU' population.
Th* OrsaNst livlirnl Ul.c.rrj S;»rr tht liana uf lllalnrr.
It removes falntnisa, n.itufc'ncv, dcetrnys all cra> liijf
for rtinmlant, and relieves wuaknesa of the i-tomiu h.
t^~Physicians Use it and Prescribe it Freely.-i»
Tliat fetling of bearing down, causing pain, weight
ami lux-kache. is alwny K permanently cured by its use.
For the core of K Idncy t'ompluluU of cither «l
thin Componnd la unMlrpuacd.
I.YDIA E. PIMinAM^ 81.000 PCKIFIKK
will eradicate every vistijri* tit Humors from tlio
Blood, and t^ive ton,, and strength to the syaUni, of
luaii woman or child- Insist on naving it.
Bi>th the Compound and Blood Purifier ore prepared
at '233 ajid liii Western Avenue. Lynn, Mug*. Pn-t- of
either, $1. Six bottles for $s. Sent by mail in the form
of pills, or of loEenjreH. on receipt of inioc. $1 jH'rtiox
for either. Mrs. l'inkhnm pcrsonany and coiillden
tiallv answers all li-tters of inquiry, ijicluji- Jet. stajup
Ki nu for Guide to Health.
Ko family Aould bo without LTDIA E. nVKHAMS
LIVF.R l'il.l.s. Thcv cure constipation, biliousuusd,
and turpidity of the liver. 25 cents per box.
t. „ ><ild by all Druc;gisU.-S» (14)
c FORTHEPERMAr.ENTCURF.CFa
• CONSTIPATION, f
E I^o other disease is so prevalent in this.O
5 country as Constipation, and no remedy's
I has over « quailed the celebrated KIDNEY-
£ WOBT as a cure. ■Whatever the cause/ c
C however obstinate the case, this romctly S
• will overcome it. j t
V D l l C 1 Q THIS dL*- trc. si np coin- >
J ■ ■•""O* plaint is very apt to be 1 j
+* complicated with constipation. Kidney- ■
O Wort Btrcngthens the -weakened parts and •!
» quickly cures all kinds of Piles even when «
<|ed. fuTlf yonliave either of these troubles 3
S:|PRICESI.| USE j Druggists Sell
A CURES W K ERE A L L E 1 SlU \\. L si *£T"
PJI Brst Cough Syrup. Tames goo'l. LSJ
g^j Us.' In lime. B<.ld by dru^gi***^ El
OOILEDBE IS POWER !
READ!
KNOW THYSELF, Jliftl 1
The untold mi«erie« that result from indiscretl >n
in early lfc may be alleviated a-^d caed. Thtge
Nnllritl Ir'.iliulr. Bost..n, entitled the Tl*
. n ■■■■•!«": «r. vMi'p.iriiin- It is
i«.t only a ri"i|,i,'t" ami perfict treatise on Man
hii'Ml, Kvhati!*ttsi Vitality, Nervous and Ph)'sical
IK'biltty, rirmature ltici'u,e in man, Errors of
V.mth, etr . but it contain* one hundred and
twrnt\ ■ t >r scute and ehrouic dis
ea» •', rarh our «l wbirh U Invaluable, eo
pr . -■' by the author, whose experience for 21 vears
is au t a» «>r .liauly never before fell to the lot of
any t >n-; i»n. It contains 300 padres, bound in
txaattti? "int^mtsl covers, full pit, embellished
oith <be . rv finest >Ui I enprni\ inifS, (ruirant«ed u<
he a finer ». -k in eiery firijitc mechanical, literary
or profetMioiial — tf>»:i any other work retailed in
ti.ii i-oun'rj for it 50, or the money will be re
fun, ed. Pnvf, only ♦ 1 25 by mail. Gold Medal
awarded tVo autli r tv the National Medical Asso
elation IlluVraUd san: pie sent on receipt of Bix
cent*. Send now.
Addnas PEABODY MEDICAL INSTITUTE, or
I>R. W. 11. I'AKKKR, No. 4 Bnlfinch street, Bos
ton, M:*««. The author may be consulted on all dis
eases requiring skill and experience.
05-lyTuTliaaswly\V3
Pacific Wheel Works,
J. F. HILL, Proprietor,
AfAN't' 11 '"^' TER OP CARRIAGE AND
,» ■ ■»■« ron Wheels, ,e\re, etc. The Trade turn-
I hed at lowest p .v;ss. ttrst Carrlagrs aitf
WasaaU o. ail kindß ro •■•'.<■ promptly to 0n'.61
\nl ...i.ii. m25-«odTuThB*«wStf
mwm f l frank" cl^rk,
R». UIT Vwwtk at, Ik«. J u. B.
JJwaji a osoplet* stock la men. Oonstarjr
v rdtm reoatva pronapt atteuilou. '/j! *i»lm
I FRITZ & MILLER,
f\mCK TS ODD FELLOWS' TT.MPLK,
U Nintk ar.d K streota. UomplaU atock
sIUNDERTAKEEWr Q'X»OS oonstaoUy on
hand. Citx * nil cou.r.try orders promptly »t
-tsudsd to, «»; or aisht, ti rauonabla nXta. '«1
A. J.VERMILYA,
r«««l] Car»ner u< icrtirulrr,
Eu NBwrtd ta K«. Ut 1 strut, bet. fifrii ar ■>
Mztk. Al«mra on baad % larra aaaorticeDt o*
KaUlllc aad WoMeo CasitU, BunaJ C&*ca and
Ccfflaa. g)irood» furs iehec aid rur.eraj Wn>«Ji£
Prarerrvd. GoAa order* wtll rtioeiTa proßßp*.
attanfcoa oo ah,- n noUoe and tX th» loweat raA«s.
U.M JL£>£3XCTZ".A.AJL JtJJfcC. I
t: m9 k at., bet. Alxtk and .»«• » f at h . I
SACRAMENTO |
I t.r -c *.-r.'*r ««*im la cmji la* tutnuv? :f liwTtn, autbon,
-otl btuiiMH iwa £>-i*ral!T uirowf ii^ul to* VTetu to tiis bciktitt
■I the VALLLY 1 REm for i.\sf Ihoruoziilj f-d prsusx.
He w-<;l nia! itair th« «n/i«it n]>3teUoQ 10 lccc auachml |a u*
:: w. The rest <>f tlfck * and (»rif«t rricttn( )• not jervattf
: ~ thai whid} * dtsacrt v 'l ' * T ' *"■■ : »' ' -* '~ -'
M A. W£A^ ■;!'.. »? 1 St.. tenrnnu, CaL
nj-iplm
MISCELLANEOUS,
Absolutely Pure.
This POWDER never varies. A marvo! of purity,
strength and wholeoomentas. More economical thia
the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competi
tion with the multitjde of low test, Bb- rt hei^'rt
alum or phmphate powders. Sold oslt is cakb.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 Wai! street.
New York. — —
W. T. COLEMAX A CO., Agent*,
BAN FRANCISCO. m7-ly
LEGAL NOTICE^
PROBATE NOTICE.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF CALl
fornia, county of Sacramento. In tho matter
af the Estate of JOHN P SCOTT, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that MONDAY, the '20th day
of NOVEMBER, 1882, at 10 o'cl.ck a. h. of said day,
and the Court-room of eaid Court, at the Court-house,
in the city of Sacramento, county cf Sacramento,
and State of California, have been appointed as the
time and place for proving the will of said JOUN
P. SCOTT, deceased, and for hearing the applica
tion of ALICE SCjTT for the issuance to her of
letters testamentary* thereon.
Witness my hand and the seal of said Court, this
&'.h day of NOVEMBER, ISS2.
[»«AL.J THOS. H. EERKEY, Clerk.
By W. B. Hamilton, Deputy Clerk.
Grove L. Johnson, Attorney for Petitioner.
1.9 td
SUMMONS. ~
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAC
raniento — ss. In the Superior Court, in and
for said county. The People of the State of Cali
fornia, to H. F. STEPHENS, greeting: You are
hereby notified that an action was commenced in the
Superior Court of the county of Sacramento, State
aforcsai'l, by the filing of a complaint in the Clerk's
office, of said Court, on the 9!h dav of OCTO
BEIt, ISS2, in ■Mill action A. 11. FOSIEII is
plaintiff, and you are defendant. That the general
nature of the action, ad appeal's from sa : d com
plaint, is as follows: Requiring said defendant to
set forth the nature of his claim to the south quarter
of Lot No. 1, in the block betwien I and J, anj
Twenty second and Twenty-third strecU. of the city
of Sacramento, coui.ty and State aforesaid, and that
all adverse claims may be determined by a dtcree of
this Court, and that it be decried that s^id defendant
has no title to suid premises, and that plaintiff's
title thereto is good and valid, and for genera! relief,
all of which is more fully set forth in the complaint
on file herein, reference to which is hereby
made. And you are hereby directed to appear anil
answer said complaint within ten days from the
service of this writ, exclusive of the day of sen ice,
if served on yoj in said county of Sacramento ; and
within thirty days, exclusive of the day of service,
if served elsewhere ; and you are further notified
that unless you so appear and answer within the
time above specified, the plaintiff will take default
against you, and apply to the Court for the ielicf
demanded in said complaint.
In tcstimo'.i v whereof, I, Thos. H. Berkey, Clerk
of the Court aforesaid, do hereunto set my hand and
affix the seal of said Court, this uth day »t OCIO
BER, A. D. UK
[seal.] THOMAS H. BERKF.Y, Clerk.
Bv Ciias. M. Coolan, Deputy Clerk.
L. S. Taylor, Plaintiff's Attorney. oIJ lawjmili
KOTI3E OF DISSOLUTION,
TO WHOM IT MAY COXCERN : TAKE NO
tice that the partnership heretofore existing
between WM. M. LYON and C. C. BVRSES, under
the firm name and style of LYON & BARNES, has
been and is hereby dissolved, and that I, WM. M.
LYoN, will settle and close up the business < f the
firm, and that 1 alone am entitled to sign the firm
name in liquidation. This <*.i*Bolution is declared
and this notice U published by me, under and by
virtue of the powers given me in written agreement
between myself and C. C. BARNES, dateii October
ft, lbBo, .i.i. for and ou .......,.; oi the reagobtf for
dissolution specified in such agreement.
WM. M. LYON.
Sacramento, October 10, lSbi
WILLIAM M. LYON
(Successor to LYON 4 BARNES),
COMMISSION MERCHANT
AM' WHOLESALE DEALER i •'
F 3?t O 33 TJ O D ,
N im. 117, 119 and 123 J street. Kacraiarnto.
Referring to above notice of dissolution, I hereby
inform the public that I will cortinuc the business
of the late firm at the same place. Having recently
enlarged the premise?, ar.d ottk increased facilities
for business, I hpe for a continuance of the liberal
atronage heretofore extended to the firm
19 stlawTh WM. M. LYON.
McORBARI'd PATENT
PAT T WJi
FOR SALE BV ill <.i:i.« ! !>.
g~^ McCREARV & CO., SACRAMENTO MILLS
V-/. now manufaituru a grade of HOLLER FLOUR
fuily equal to the WASHBUItNE, or any other
Minnesota High-grade Patent Flour. Also, the
whitest, strongest ar.d beat Bakers' and Family Flour
in the market. auB-4plm
BOCA BEER EXCHANGE,
411 J STREET.
THE CELEBRATED BOCA LAGER r t 3p^»
Beer we Sill on draught, t!i4--^-£'
5 Cents per Glass.
Fine stock of Liquors, Wines and Cigars. The
Lunch Bar contains the finest aisbes of the season.
tar Large Bottling Establishment. Orders for
trade and family use will be promptly attended to.
C-AUSS & WERTHEIM,
Sole Agents for the Boca Brewing Company for Sac
ramento. 031 4p3m
Friend * Terry
LUMBER
COI«FA.3i ~S~.
ESTABLISHED 1553.
SUGAR PIHE, REDWOOD, ORECON&TRUCKtE PIKE,
At Wholesale and Retail, and
nannfactnred lo Order at the Hllfe of tbc
Compasy.
AUj Doorg, Windows, Blinds, Shakes, Shingles,
Bolta and Ties.
MAIN YARD AND OFFICE,
No. 1310 Second Street, near M.
BRANCH YARD,
Corntr Twelfth A J ■><-.. Barramtnto, Cal.
%ul9-4r>"m
GRATEFUL-COMFORTING.
Epps's Cocoa.
BREAKFAST.
" By a thorough knowledge of ths natural laws
which* govern tho operations of digis'.ion and nutri
tion, and bv a careful application nf the fine prop
erties of well.selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided
our breakfast tables witb a delicately flavored bev
erage which may save us mam heaw doctor's bills.
It is b> the judicioui use of such articles of diet
that a con*titution may be gradually built up until
strong enough to resist every tendency to diseas*.
Kundrc Is of subtle maladies are fl tating around us
ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We
may efcape miny a fatal shaft hy keeping nurtt'ves
wel f ■ Ttint-d with pure blood and a pro|>er.'y nour
ished frame." — [CM] Service Gazette
Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold in
tins only (j-lb. and lb.) by Grocers, labeled thus :
JAHEB EPPS & Co , BozEoespatblc Chemists,
nl4 2tawTuTh London, England.
PIONEER LIVERY STABLE.
r. D. SCEJVER Proprfeicr.
HACKS ON CALL AT AST HQtJR.Bk
day or night. C ropes, Phaetons, jKafe
K'.ckawiys, Earouchrs, Biggies, with the <■!* J>*
bert rovlsiera to be found in any Uvery stable oc
the cisei, Iv h'rr U. t-<u kept In livery »' reaaor
»M» rales. Livery sjUbiefm Fourth strert, between
I I and J.
HOTELS AST) BESTAUEAJPFa
ST. DAVID'S,
A FIRST- CLASS LODGING-HOUSE, CON-
J\_ tains 155 rooms ; 715 Howard street, near
Third, San Francisco. 1 his bouse is especially de
signed »• x comfortable home for ladies and gentle
men ftfttht the city from the interior. No dark
rooms. Ga? and running water in each room. The
floors are covered with body Eruaeels cirptt, and all
the furniture is made i.f i,oli<i black walnut. Eajn
be.l has a fpriug mattres*, with au additional hair
top mattress, making them the most luxurious and
heal by beds in tbo world. Ladies wishing to cwk
for themselves or f imilits are allowed the free use of
a lar^'e public kitchen and dining-room. Servants
keep up a fire from 6 A M. to 7r. n. Hot and cold
baths : a lari,-e parlor and reading room, containing
a Grand Piano— ill free to guests Price, single
rooms per night, 60 cents ; per week, from f- up
wards. II ;:-_ cpen al! night
R. HUGHES, Proprietor.
At Market-street Ferrj-, take Omnibus line o
Btrttt cars to corner of Third and Howard.
o: TuTStf
SEW <V«PI .::.rtis:iM.
K A<l K STIIEET . H s 87-'B 7 -' N THOROUGHLY
O* ' »/ rtTntc i and refurnished, and will hereafter
b« run as a Kirvtcla-b liiWTAi rant. Meals, only
•25 cents; Board, $1 per week. JOHN LAMKIN
Proprietor. nlllm
OOLDCN EAGLS HOTEL,
/-^OKNSR SETRNTH AND K STREETS SAC
\j ramento.— "".-.tft-cUu Va every respect. TUa
f^rewt, Fim-e; Kn.i Hctt-Vtnt ; laud Hotel in the citv
RiTVfi— *3, |2 Eu and ?S per day, according u
room. *t« Bi-« tn »n:l fpiia the Hotel.
J. ««-»a«« twm f^t q, D etver j,
n4-4plm Proprietor
HOTEL LANQHAM.
/ I'W.SJ.ii FOURTH AND L ETBEET3, ACUA
aaento— Strictly firtt-claet, on the Kiropeanplan.
T. D. Salver's Carriages will taia all paasenyers free
of charge from Depot to Hotel.
nllplm TBiiRY ft CO.. Managers.
UNION HOTEL.
SECOND AND K STI'.EKTS, BACRAKKNTO.
C&l. Rooms, 50 crata ?nd #1 per dav Special
rates b; the mouth. Pi!liardf>, choice Cma and
d;;ire. Hot iu:ci; daily from 11 A. «. till 2 t u
W. O. ("JOE") BOWSRS,
nl-jplm Proprietor.
RESTAURANT OE FRANCE.
Aniy K STREET, ADJODXINO *r
-*--,< the i: r olitan Tin :mr. aJtyygjSfi!
Luids<jmv l'riv ;t, H.iciii f"r partii'S. *^SS3£
LOUIS PAYEN, Proprietor, <Sr"^
au2o 4plm Formerly of the Hotel de France.
MISSiS&tPrI KITCHEN.
eVSTER AKO CHOP BOITIE,
Third RttMsi Between J amd K«
NEXT BOOR TO RECCT.D-UNIOK ASf\^
ofHoe. Opon day r.aJ night J^t^f O^
A. J. SENATZ, Pioprietor. \_J
al9-*plm
RAILBOADS, STEAMEBS, ETC,
Central Pacific liAiLiioiir.
CODimeßClnx Monday. May 15, ISSt
AMD USIIL ri'RTIIR& KOTICI,
T?Ai.VS AID BOATS KILL LEAVE SACHAUENTC
as follows:
•'jijSJ A. M. — (Suudajs excepted)— Accoremo
f»e.» dation TraJn to Uarvsville, R&u li'.aß unc
Rcdd;n«.
6< SJ> A. M.— (SiinHsvs exceptedV- San Fran
•••" Cisco Passenger Train via Benicia. Second
class Passenger Cars attached.
a,(\:i A. M. -<Dally>— C. P. Emigrant Train tc
i/.Vtf OgJwi.
■} .«>K A. SI.-(Dail.»V-C. P. Pacific Express, -.ia
I ilHf Benitia, for S*n Franci3co.
jti»t-E<| A. M.— (or aj soon thereafter as prac
»v*»»-w ticable — Sundays exceptcd)— Steamer for
ban Francisco, touching at al.' way pori£
on the Sacramento river.
I 3«©i» ■*• M.— laundays excepted)— Passenyer
1 1 —»O Traiu for Woodland, Williams and Wil.
lows.
I J »6tk A. M.— <Dally)- San Franctaco Passenger
• '" v Ti-ain. Connects at Oalt with PassenKer
Trail; for lone »ud at Lathrop with the S. P.
Atlititic Expreas for Madcn, Newhall
ISauta Burbara), Los Angeles, Yuir.a,
Maricopa (Preiscott), Tucaon, Benson,
Dominit, El Paso, and Haymond, Texas,
1555 miles from San Francisco. Connects
also at :.-.:.< fjr San Jose.
O.*>A P. Ji.— (Daily)— Oregon Exr-resi for
frtW Marysville, Chico, Red Bluff ar.d Ueddina
(Portland, Oregon)
O.i A P. M.— (Daily>— Local Passenger Train
/wtfßV for Auburn and C lf-\.
•f • Kfl P. M.— (Daily)-San F/anclsco Passer^er
•t,OV Train, iia Benicia.
tti\ P. M.— (Daily)— Local Train to Lathrop,
"»•*** connectiug with S. P. Emigrant Traio
for Deming aiid E! Paso.
T,>7-£\ P. M.— (Sundaj-B execpted)— Passenger
•"« Traiu for Woodland and Knight's Land
ing.
».!TF; P. M.— (Dai!y)-C. P. Atlantic Express
- ♦"•» for Colfax, Renj (Careon and Virginia),
Battle Mountaiu (Austin), Pa'Jsadc
(Eureka), Ogden, Omaha and Eut.
A , TOWNE Generr.l Manager
T. GOODMAN Gen'l Psstfr and Ticket Aijaat
Ja9-<mf
Sacramento & Plaospviile Rallroafl.
On and Alter Monday, ABgnaK 7, IBS2,
USTIL PURTHSH HOTICT,
Tralcs wil run between Sacramento tad Shingle
Springs as follows:
Lcavo S*cra:nento for Folscm, Latroba
and Shingle Springs 1:00*. M.
Leave Hacramcnto for Folsom. 4:00 P. li.
Leave Shlnjle Springs for Latrote, Fol
som and Sacrrmento "J:3O A. M.
Leave Latrobe for Fohwm and Sacra
mento 18:12 P. M.
Leave Folsom for Sacramento T:£o A. M.
Leave Folsom for Sacramento J:l5 p. M
tari-tf J. B. WRIGHT. Superintendent.
For Portland anfl Astoria (Oregon).
nr»HE OREGON RAILWAY AND j^ -^
Jl Navijr-.tioti Company and Pa- 'f'~^^ l! \
ciHc Ci.i.'t Steamship Company willvl -JK. tj" }j»
d^patch from Spear street wharf , for :^^p^V.-^f ji
the nhovc ports, on* of their New Al Iron Steam
ships, ■■ ii :
Quern or the PaclOr. fotaosMa. State ot
Caurornla ud Oregra.
RAILING DAYB :
Kovembtr S, 8, U, 16, IS, 12, 25, 29
And every RfIBWBJg Wednesday an>l Saturday,
At U o'clock A. M.,
Connoctlnff « Portland, Or., with StMmeni ard
Kailroads and their connecting Statre-iicea for all
points in Oregon, Washinirton and luaho Territorief .
Gritiiih Columbia and Alaeka.
Ticket Office: No. 214 Montgomery strert.
QOODALL, PEKKIS9 & CO., Agents,
oy3-tf No. 10 Market street, Ran Francisco
<xues IsS^ESEI
SYPHILIS m|||
in any stage, I W M
CATiuRn, rJr £■ g
Cr/EJIA. I*l I O £4 CO
OLD Mt!-:.-, C^Hfi 01 S £C
PIMPIIS r/71 IBS
eons. [r y 1 2: 3 3
on**. My ?g t^
CURES "WHEN ALL OTHER
REMEDIES FAIL ! !
If you doubt, com-? to Bee us,
and we will CURE YCU,
or ch»rgs nothing !!
Write for particulars, and a copy of
little book, " Message to the Unfor
tunate Suffering." .Ask any prominent
Druggist as to our standing.
«r Bl.<N>n KlWAlil* will be paid to any
Chemist »ho »ill find on analjsis nf 100 bottles of
a. b. B. one particle of Mercury, lodide of Potas
sium, or any Mineral Substance. "SWIFT SPECIFIC
CO., Proprietor?, AtUnt^, Ga.
PER BOTTLE :
PRICE OF SHALL SIZE, 81 „.,
PRICE OF lUiC.I J.IIE $1 ; 5
SOLD BY ALIT DRUGGISTS.
oil 4plyTuThS
l"iii: Pioneer Box Factory
Still Abrad ot all Competitors.
000 Tac xa do 33 c» ss
■MB
Front and X Streets Bvenuneau
n*-4rtf
SacrameDto Fianing Mill,
SASH AND BLIND FACTOKT, CORNER Of
Front a-.id Q Etreeta. Hacraiccctu.
••on, Wtudowa, Rliads.
Plnisb of all kir.da, Winuow Frames, Moldings cl
every ilescripton, and Turnin*.
DAETWELL, HOTCH&Ua « STALKES
au2B-4pln>
BUSINESS CARDg.
U. 11. PETTIT.
\MTBOVBSA?X AND RETAIL DEAI.Ei. IS ,
T T Foreign and Domestic Cigars, Tcbacco, Cij- 1 ,
arettes, Pipes, etc Always on hand a full :;■ !• ol I I
all classes of goods in my bee. K. B. PKTIIT.
uO-4plm j
JOH» BIT£S.
ABBATER AND CUEMIST, Nc. SIT 3 RUOBt.
. Bacramento, Cal. All ABsa« anil OhsniM
Analysis accanteiy c=JTiod out at ebort notice ani
moderate rates. Mining Property Sold andGoiJ
Purchased. Instructions sriren in Blow-pit^ A«iv
Ing. (3KBO for Circular.) n!-i cl n-
HKB. AMXA CRAF,
A A/* L STREET, NEAR FOURTH tOrPO
rl:UI> site Hotel 1. . — :,.i:ii'- I 1....J., \! ?« )
Order. Culling ami FUUuk a HperlxUy.
Z : 026-4plm
C. li. IUKERg A CO..
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS.
Glass, Varnishep, brushes. Wall Paper, Wax
r! >..er Goods and Picture Moldiuro, Painters' and
Artists Materials. Sole Ayeuts for Averill's Mixed
Paints, Building Paper. Ko. 6£B J street, Sacra
mento, Cal. si 4ptf
JAMES ateliUUtE.
M/.aTACTURER OF ROAD SCRAPEIa ■
Iron Doors, Jail Cells, Shutters, Rallines. .
uj{B. nonsework and Blicksmltfcinjr ia penersi,
No. PiO K street, betweop Fifth and Sixth. Second
hind Dot. is for sale. *a22-4pti
WM. CL'TFJrBERCSK,
¥303 AND BRASS FOUNDER AKTJ MA
A chliilßt, Front and N streeta. Kanuiictcrcr oi
ijnttenberger's Korso Powens, Patest Orovmd Kollc:
»nd Clocr Crushej an-i Barley Mills. All kinds o:
Hydratilic Pipes. Fcr sale, threo MUler Patent Eay
""'**• sl-tplm
A. M. SMITH,
■^■0. 412 J STREET, PRACTICAL PLUMBER
and Qasfitter— Work done on the most approved
sanitary principles. sl-4ptf
*. U BILUMCB a CO.,
IMPORTED AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Ftae Brandies, Wines and Liquors. Acent!
for Dr. Jaffe's Celebrated Cinchona Bitters ; also
agents for Litton Springs Seltror Water, Soncma
county, Calif omla. l«o. 11l Kstreet, between Fourth. '•
and Fifth au2S-4plm '
H. J. ROOT. al.ll. RKILSOS 1 DEUSCOL.
ROOT, KEILBON a CO.,
UNION FOUNDRY-IRON AND BRAS-
Founders and iLichlnlsts, Front street be.
tween N and O. Castings and Machinery of averv < -
description mad? to ordei . au2i-4r>lm '{
H. MADDEN
(CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER— SHOP, No 611 <
j Oak avenue, between J and K, Sixth and Scv j
enth Btreets, Sacramento, Cal. Estimates fur- '
nished for all kinds of work. Stores anJ offitis '
fitted up. auB-4plm ■
18M, f. lOSTER. io.-.
"DOOKBINDER, PAPER-RULER AND CLAKK-
Book Manufactuicr, No. 818 Jstreet, between
Third and Fonrth, Sacramento. au2?-4p?f
J. A. 1 iXXIS«aA»I,
BOILEP. AND ISON WQBD, >
U!3 I atrest, betweca Front «ni SeccnJ, S.-xra- ,
niento. Wanulacturor cf Stesm Bollcts, Sheet liot
Work, *tc Also, all kimls of lu -alrinif. tasuien;-
Portable Boilers troia Wood to EVaw Burutra a
Specia tv" iTlluli
■■ O^iXM. 1. J. CSOLY.
tit::.: A CROI.T.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, ARE P7.E-
Vy P»«d to do all kinds of work tn their lico, i.
city or country. PrincirwJ place of business, 3«*v»
tae^to. Shop, Nc. 1114 Second street, bsjtasjsa K
an L. Postofflce Box, No. 410, Sacramento
aul6-4pU
LOOTS M(!S) Jt CO.,
I~VEALEIIS, CORKSK OF FRONT AND L
ILf f-trueta KM price for Hides, Sheer
Pelts and T.llow Butcherj supplied with Salt
Paper, lateet improvo-J Sausage Machines, Stuffjra
Lard Presses, etc Prompt each returns made foi
all consignments. aia-4ptl
nSLTTOBNEYS'AT^LXwr
CKOTE I» JOI! \ M- > ,
A TTORNEY-AT-LAW— OFFICE, FIFTH bT
Detwc-n I and J. Residence, No. 207 1 Btreet. i
between Seventh and Eisrhth. nlo-4plm
H. 0. B1IA1TT; W. H. BHATTT. ADAM BIATTT
BEATTT, BLATTY A BEATTT,
A TTORNEYS-AT-LAW, WILL PRACTICE IK
X%_ Federal and StaU> Courts of California and
Nevada. Office: Capital Batk Buildinir, corner
Fourth and J etreet* n4-4ptf
fl. 1 BATKS. A C. FK!*BMA>".
FREEMAN A BATEH.
T AWYERS— OFFICE, NO. 918 FIFTH STREET,
between I and J, Sacramento, Cal. au27
OHAS. T. JOKIS. ED. m. MAB.TIK.
JOXEB <ft MARTUf,
ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW, NO. 607 I STREET Bft
tween Sixth and Seventh, Sacramento.
aujM - : nlm
T. B. .». ! i»:LASD.
A TTORNEY-AY-L/.IV O7?ICE, NORTHEAST
corner of J and Sec ma Et recta. Residence, H
street, between Fif'.cf,t:i . ; Sixteenth. a9-4Dlo
PERT] iTBY.
W. WUOD,
DENTIST, QUI.VN'S BUILIJINO.^-Mrx
nortbt.ut corner Fourth a> <1 -'$%»J22X
strecia. Artifu;ial IVeth inserted on a'.l'^tQxtQr |
bases. Improved Liquid Nitrous OiiJc Oas for
painleM extraciion uf t< rth. au2s-tf
W. 11. HAKE, D. D. S.,
r*ENTIST, NO. ec.'. J StREET, BK-^-^^j
tween Sixth and Seventh, Sacraiuenio.^lSS? i
all-4plm^
11. H. PZERBON,
pVi'^TIST, 416 J STiU:ET,BETWKSN^'i_a.
l_?r"oarth »nd Fifth, .-,r. rramento i^i^^ST;
Bc't*l Teeth Inserted on Gold, Vu' cat ito^-LCXCr
and ail b^vses. N trouj Oxide or LautfhlDL' O-.saJ
ministered for palnlem ertraction of T^cth. aul4-lm
r. »'. rKßßtns.
T\ENTIST, NO. 527J J STrtV.rT,
between Fifth and Sixth.auM 4pSm*^lfisy
DR3. lIBEWRB A fOIIUHOniJ,
DENTIET3. SOUTiIWEST CORNER (f^SSx,
of Seventh and J streets, in liryte's flWEg^Ei !
new bulldlnfr, up stairs. Teeth extracted^Uiim*
without pain by the ui : o ij improved Liquid Nitrous '
Oxide Gas. : aul6-4plm
PHYSICIANS AKD SUBQBOBB
BR. A. E. BBrNK,
r^RADUATE OF THE UNIVERSITY Or
\Jf Berlin, Germany, r.nd of the Medical (Vlese of
the Pacific, San Francisco. Ortico and i«.siden«,
521 j Btreet, between r if th and Sixth, Sacramento
Office hours, Sto 11 A. m., S to 5 and 7 to 8 p m J
nIS-tf
WALLACE A. BKIGGS, M. D.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, NO.«li J STREET,
Sacrameuto.
(9 to 10 r. M. )
<»mre Honrs I<J to 4p. ft. \ nl2-*p*f 1
" (7 to BP. .) J
dr. la:xe,
physician and suhgeon.— office and
Residence, No. 3!3 J street, between Third
Fourth. Hours : Sto'o a. «., Sto 5 and 7toBp. K.
Office of City Superir .cod -at of Public Sclools et 1
same place. n5-4r.ltr.
MISS L. J. Ii : I I «•«.< . -I. D. i
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, NATHAN BUILD- <
Ine, corner Seventh and I streets. Office I .
j Hours— S to 9A. M ; UM.lo 3, and 6ti Bp. m. n'i-tf '
WM. RLI.ES f B£!«Gg, M. D.,
OCULIST, AURibT AND PHYdICIAN FCR
Diseases of tbo Tliioat. Office, 4MJ J strict, I
corner of Fifth, over Snc/amecVi Bark. SAcrairentC.
Csl. Hours— 93o to 12 a. «.; Itol P. H Snndayi—
9:30 to 11 a. «.: 1 to 4 r. m. 8 1-tf ,
DR. HATCH,
/^FFIC^, 84 J STREET-OFFICS HOURS 9 '
a. M., and 12:30 to 2 p. M. sl-U
W. A. DrGHSOn, SI. »., 1
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON. I
Ofßca, Bouthn ast corner of Se enth ami 1
streeta, in Bryte's new building, up Jtalrs. Resi
dence, southeast corner of Seventh a.id N street*,
"jacrameato. Office hours : Ito 8 and 6toBr. M.
au2s-4plm
DR. W. B. BALDWIN, |
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, NORTHEAST
corner (I Second and K streets. May be found ]
at his office at ali hourp, except when professionally I
engaged. an2B-lm I '
DR. RlXOil.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, M STREET BE- '
tween Ninth and Tenth, N09. 918 and 920. Will 1
visit the Railroad Hospital daily at 9:80 A. m. Otfice <
hoars— B to 9a. M.; 1 to 8 r.M.,andeveniuK» auU-lm
PHCENIX MILLS,
CEC. SCHROTH & CO., PROPRIETORS,
SACRAMENTO, CAL.,
Manufactui ere of finest brand o I '
NEW PROCESS FLOUR
A LSO. CORN MEAL, CRACKED WPEAT
jt\. Oatmeal Buckwheat and Graham Flour. '
n)-4pW I
BLACK DIAMOND COAL
AND SCREENINGS.
rr^TE ABOVE WELL KNOWN SUPERIOR
I MONTE DIABLO COAL, the most economical ; .
that can be used f r steam, Is for sale in lots to suit. <
at BlicV DUmcnJ Landing:, Centra Costa county, j I
ind at the office cf the Company, southeast corse (
of Fotaoca acd Spear ttrceta. San Francisco. I
P. B. CORNWALL, I
t7tf President B. D. 0. M C
]ffIgCEIJ.AHEOUB.
§L.L. Lewis &Co., |1
SVJ!II< ««>-T i(;f.vrj (OK THE
m&l STOVES A^D RANGES!
;<^^;- * J ch ss. isr i3 M "3»: 1
Parlor and Heating
»'SB^EP O "W" 3SI WS - "tt :
.|p;- prices low! mM
■L L LEWIS & CO., S
Ko . So3iiml -.oj .1 -;., r. \.. iu-m nrth »!., Sacramento. ,~
J People from tbo Interior visiting the city, desirou
*fH Good No. 1 Timepiece,
OifM One you can rely on to KEEP TIME, should bj all means
H. WAGHHORBT.
Tjßjjgl i^l^^^^t^^g^ t^TPJ* kroiis ia<- lars-st aHsorlmrnt. from the
gJ^^^^m^^^JL-iJjiJYjat^^- 1■ •■ 1 < iiu<>\ ictrn fly-back nonsi
'«.-<» the LOWEST «S NICKEL WATCH.
■' :: WBn *$ Bfur > "' l<! s !> "' 1 Walrb, anil everybody known It.
I -jli l &!$ If Hlf 1l! ' I "' PmCE3 ASE CHEAPER THAK THOSE OF ANY CTHE ; ;
y tllflntlQlsitttin4ittfl \ '' r * 1:< ' 3oa - r; "' saml'qi-alitv of goods.
, Vi"' ' " ",' * '"" ' "T^' Hc a ' 30 ' la3 couBt:u " t ly in extensive stock
,^teuTCZK/ ' j^— ~[ ., AXD SILVEK-PLATED WAKE,
PSrIP I >l'K!il AMI ITELI» «;L*.S-KS,
' iHfi| ; |@ i ! TT^iS^S^^^ m)^^ eBKL V^KK I
-i\;-___ «3T All country orders promptly attended to. Ta
'-^IB^^— — g^- SIGN, THE TOWN CLOCK,
-= ---' *•'. •!!-. .! »t., dpi. Third and Fnnrlli, sarranieofn.
"**^u J - — JeiO 4plyTuThS&swlawS
Baker & Hamilton,
SACRAMENTO AND SAN FRANCISCO
iWIOIITERS AND JIANUF VCTLsERS OF
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
M A G HEXES, ETC.,
*«a a t ■ for tbk
SWliia Etwl flow*, >«v Gale Chilled Iron
KueSa Gang Plows, " vs .ylk Plows,
GorLam Conitinea Collins' Cast Steel
sccticr a;jd cultl- vL .-^liHUt "**r^. Plows,
bltiovb, Culfvav s *^^* Cast Iroa PIOWB .
ors, __/; • - X*-. l^^ Corn Ehellers, Feed
i Seed Drills, ran Ifll.s, SWIVj«OL > *r*" T. Cutters, Gem Seed
I cider kui,, nc ■'^ S W r&££3m V£ml *' B a ' n
! Karinc i-i>rins W^ K «n>«, FI»V* flilHan and 1:11.-1, .. Benicla Aurlcnllural Works
r'prln;; WasonH.
• U A ntT^lS? I Wl?"- iSS 1 I*°^%^^ Uope > Scnv^' Bolts, Powder, dps, Fum
Hti H I i\*\l 3d 14 *■■■ ! '■''■••■ "' V' I; '-"" 1 -'- ?""«. Cutlery, Cartridge*, Hanfii, Riv.-ts,
aBr»SII> 1H fafiiaw - !r "». V<,*\, steel, BalinKWire, Flain Fence Wire, B«bed Fen«
u ' r>l . ">'■ .1J133-«pli
BAgsnre hopees. mametsT
"National gold bank c. pdil. hartmlsJ"
~ ° F rf-ARFENTAL MARKET AND STEA* SAUSAGE
Dl"i Wil 5I Q J?- I*" I *"* *-' Manufattorv. No. 41-sK street, UMieeu Fourth
■ **• ITIII i>.O Ot WV/i| and Kifih (oppesite Metroiwlitaii Theils)-) dealer in
s/vritAMCNTO Fresh Meats, all kinds of gauwges, Hafcs. etc. Or-
SACKAMENTO. ders from the countrj- solicited and .J.romptly »t
-i MTED BTAT*.S DEPOSITARY. — -t-
«™^r o » JACOB ABN0L1),
San Franrlseo, New lork, < lilraso, T>L"TCHER AND PORK PACKBR ■ imii
I i.!i«l..n. Dnbllu, ParN, Clnitsow, -t> corner of Second and N streets, •flls'ftjp
Berlin, Frankfort-on-Main, Vienna. St. Petersburg, S^'L"^,, 1 " r'° W^ iT" " iFfT"
Cpcnhajrei,, Stockholm, Christian., Am 6 t«da2 R^l/ | h o mL P tf,«r^. s?\ 1
52n7kSS^ VeniCC> afld *" °' th<! PrinCiPli R*"^Ss l^a'Fee^i^rriu^; L^
| TntaßaSTSi correspondent, b> Mexico. South £ |^^' nri,!' nafd" M^/ ? £i?'W
America, West Indies, Australia, Honolulu, and all &L. "w^a?7llmbi * Beef Cattle,
j parts of the world, and special facilities for making Hog>l 8 " ep * Lambt ' °3 *P"
c "" ecti0 °' 1 - Bcl2 - < p u C. WEISEL & CO.,
BUTCHERS AND PORK-PACKBRS ««
l^ythe highest price for irrainfed'jJQ^
IVlSir^d W 'it ' liH bnia Constantly on hand, extra fine JEEr
3UlUllb.l IU sUUItII Su-ar-cure.l Hams, Pickled Ham*, Bwakfa^Se^
Shoulders, Clear Pork, Men Pone, Lard Corned
0N Beef. Piira' Feet, Pii,-s' llcadj aud Spa»j Ribs. Also
extra fine Poik Sausage. § t s5-4ptf
C* Ht JE±. X jDO* THE FINEST MEAtJP
IS WAEKBOIsr, OK OTIIEK APPBOVED O'"^ " Low-? »W^lli*>Mß
-H . : I ; \ . ilways lie found at '.he Metropolitan
Market, of CONKAD SCHEPP, South- i « ~ It.
AT LOKKST MARKET RATES, BY »«'. Comer of Twelfth and E streets. Meafc. de
li. ered in al parUi of the city at all times.
California State Bank, "'"""
SACRAMENTO CALIFORWA. PIKE A YOUNG,
au6-tf /'IARRIAOE MANUFACTUR- _^
•■^^'^^mm^mmm^mm^mmmm^ \^j <iry, COITer of Fourth and ■"Jiffi^LfjL- .
f'T V'TO L streets, Sacramento, have on ■'. Vr-j Itij?**.:
OLALaVOYANTS. hand the largest assortment of
■ Oarrlatres, Wagons and Bnggiea to be found in Bacri-
Tyrow IS THE TIME TO GET YOUR FOR- % i, — *°- '""* th " "" *" *' "" "" """.
,X^ tune told.— Uea-liDg of the past, present «T(» '— _
h&S«AUSsF3?£ W COAL OIL stoves
ClalTToyant, Seventh street, between O and 11, .Jffl^ AU SIZES FOR COOXIHC OR PARIOR
next door to A. M. E. Church. Inform .tion irlven SaJpW USE. Semi for circular ai.d Pricoi).
on busices?, mining stock, and all games cf chance. pKjgpft.^'WlKfiTEß A en., it k- •< ■
MEDICAL, *^^
BO^i-Fi^l n'Q 8t T reiSl«Vn e .Si
N •ig* >J " = *"^S 1! \ KcmeiJj i.nrt >erve
\\'4J9 f ' ■ "-'-"'OSM.I TOSiK' i« »he legiti
t/S& Ik U " :lt -° result of ivei
w ffXfi ■■';?% 'ii'WiX.* tw "nty yean <>! )>r.ic
:;"'S^ yWjBQJi CURES WIT-l' UN
'HiWj*-"' yJlHift FAILING CEKTA!NTI
UKf 'J^/SmWAn Nervous and tunics
! Till >iWHF^sTIIH Debility.Semina. Wesk-
JytJij^AiUii a,.te?s%
'^^^■■■■■■■■■■lEuussioM?, Imnotency,
Exhausted Vitality, Premature Decline an-J LOSS
OF MAKHOOD, In all lit rompUraMon*.
and from whatever cannc produrcd. It
enriches and purifies the Biood, sir-;3gtiiens the
Nerves, Brain, Muscles, Digestion, Reproductive
Organs, and Physical and Mental Faculties. II
stops any unnatural debilitating drain upon the
system, preventing involuntary losses, debilitating
dreams, seminal losses with the tana, etc, so
destructive to mind and body. V - '• sure
eliminator of all KIDNEY AND BLADDER COM
PLAINTS. It contains do injurious Ingrwßmttt
To those HufTerlKg from the evil effect!
of youthful l>i'.ii«rri!i. .:-. or otcnMa, ■
speedy, thorough and periunncnl C'llttK
I- «;t AR*ATKt:i>. Price, »•> 50 ;'tr bottle.
or five bottles in caen, with fu!i directions and
advice, 910. Sent secure from obscrvatrm to any
address upon recsipt of price, or C. 0. D. To l.e
had only of
DR. C. D. SALFI^LC,
2IS Kcarny .-... c.
SAN FRANCISCO, li.'.L
Consultations strictly corfider.tial, by Utter or at
office, FREE. For the convenience M p .!:i nts, and
in order to insure perfect secrecy, I have adopted •
private address, under which all packaged are fur
warded. _^^__
TRIAL BDTTLE FREE,
Ba£cient to show its merit, will be sent to an one
apphing by letter, stating bis symptoms and age.
Communications strictly contldcntiai.
OH. SPINNEY a CO.
OF NO. II KEARNY ST., SAN FRANCISCO,
Treat all Chronic and Special DJ^eaMe*.
TMMJ MEN
WHO MAY BE SUFFERING FROM THE
effects of youthful follies or ; . .-rvtion
will do well to avail themselves of this, the greatest
boon ever laid at tne altar of suffering humanity.
DR. SPINNEY will guarantee to forfeit SiOO for
even 1 case of Semival Weakness or Private Disease
of any kind or character which he undertakes and
fails to cure.
SIIDDLE-ACED MEN.
Thore are many at the age of thirty to nixty who
are troubled with too frequent evacuation ->f the
bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting o
Durniug sensation, and a weakening of the system
in a manner the patient cannot account for. On
examining the urinary deposits a ropy sediment
will often be found, and sometimes small particles
of albumen will appear, or the color will be of a
thin milkixh hue, again changing to a dark and
torpid appearance. There are many men who die
of this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which la
the second stage of seminal weakness. Dr. S. will
guarantee a perfect cure in all such cases, and a
healthy restoration of the genito-urinary organs.
Office hours— lo te 4 and 6to 8. Sundav, Irani 10
toll a.m. Censultition froe. Thorouk t. examin
ation and advice, $5. Call or address
UC. SPUNKY .«. CO.,
No. 11 Kearuy street, San Francisco.
P. S. — For private diseases of phot, standing, a
full course of medicine, sufficient fur sort, with
all instructions will be sent to any address for Si".
»u2j 4pstawMTWThFtf
TO Till; DNFORTtJNATB!
DE.&BB0N r SII3PINSAM,
633 Kearny street, San Fruin-
JS^^"^j»-^y^Vw\ Stri.t'ir. ■.«, Syphilis in ail
V J-- ':■.} *lw^! uently cured or uo enru-ge
9emlnlJ Weakness.
t'^ \*§?XT^ijJ3^ Seminal Emis^iuaH, ths
° " lse iY enceo ' So " al)aae
. "**C'^Ks^^^^S>Sw ; is praved wxual indulgence
is practiced by the youth of both sexes to an almost
unlimited extent, producing with unerring certainty
the following train of morbid symptoms, unless
combated by scientific medical measures, viz: Sallow
countenance, dark spots utder the eye?, pair in the
head, ringing In the ears, noise like tho rustling of
leaves and rattling of chariots, un asincss it. "it the
loins, wsakntis of the limbs, confused vision,
blunted intellect, luss of confidence, dimdence in
approaching strangers, a dislike to form new ac
quaintances, disposition to shun society, loss of
| memory, hectic flushes, pimples and tarieui erup
tions about the face, furred tongue, fetid breach,
coughs, consumption, night sweats, monomania ami
frequent by insanity.
CI'KKD AT HOWE.
Persons at a distanccc may bo cured at h->me by
addressing a letter to DR. GIBBON, staliug case,
symptoms, length of time tbe disease his continued
and have medicines promptly forwarded, free froijr.
damage anJ curiosity, to any part f the uui'ftlj
with full and plain directions. By i.ci* t..~;^i
dollars in registered letter, through the l':ist<ufice
or through Wells, Fargo i Co , a package of uiedicin<
will be forwarded to any part of the Union. Please
say you saw advertisement In the Rbcors-
Usios. Address. DR. J. F. BIPBOH,
Ja-24-4p'.f&sw Box 1957, San Francisco.
THE BSSAT EHBLISH EE&3DI
f*S«?t «i!*3^^a^Si Is » nsvcr-fjilsnj; cure
K;? 5«3-*-' ! ?sS§sß»| for Nervous I>e'jil:ty,Ex
] fS^Sr - »^5«' laasted VWad '.
Yf%' r \l*i int ' Wua-ceso, Sper
ri? --■; .-"ja Loal Man
-I^7, >^Ei_i.-<\*3 T73h«»«l. lmp..tc-ncy,
°i ' liX .'soa& M I ' anl| }"t i '>. <">'! »'i tl.rter.
1W »< /'vStL m ribleeffectsof Mfabuso,
■TO 1 v * < lt *^>*» 52k youthful foliiuj and ex.
L^^^y jbg*b* e^j£3?w^£w£l cessej in matur* years —
i x v/*?r~* :^i-'*^\'^&3BS BUC ' I :l8 s3 "' Memory,
f : *t)&Jites3iiQ!3&tZ Lassitr.iie, N«. lurnal
h-y^i "fta-. —^« — > — sSr~?^r^Bri Emissions, Aversion to
Society, Dimnetw of Vivirn, Noises in tin; Head ; tho
vital fluid pafsiug unobserved in the urine, and
mauy other diseases that lead to insanity and death.
Or. MISTIE, who is a regular physician (grad
uate of the University of Pennsylvania), will agree
to forfeit Five Ilnudrrd Dullarit for a case of
this kir.d the VITAL RESTOR ATItE (mderhis
Bjitcial advice and treatment) will not cure, or for
anything impure or injurious foui.d in it. DR.
MI.VTIE treats all Private Diseases BUTOWsfully
without mercury. ron»ultnti<>n free. Thor
ough examination and advice, including analysis of
urii.e, )>*.-.. Price of Vllal Kr^toratlve, S3 a
bottle, or four times the quantity, Jillti • wnl to
wy address apou receipt of price, or C. 0. D., se
cured from obser\*ation, ana in private nr.me It
desired, by A. E. MI.VriE, M. D.. to. II
i«e.'.rny street. San Francisco, Cai.
„„, SAMPLP. BOTTLE FREE!
vt ill be sent to anv one applying by l>tr t r, stating
evniptoms, sex and age. Strict sccr=cv in ro<*ri to
all busiuess transactions.
lilt. HINTIE'n hliotrv KE"HEIȴ, liK
i'HHI.IMIH, cures all kinds oi Ki.'ney an
Bladder Com;ilaints, Qonorrh<Ea, Gleet, Leuenrrhuea
For sale by all Druggists; 41 a bott:-j ; tit bottls
for «5.
DU. MIVTIE"!! n*\nn.lON PILI,'* :.r« tne
best and ch;-a)^st DYM>. PH4A and niMOFB
cun.'fn the marhit. For xile by all Drag ~t!>.
KIRK, GEAKY & CO., Sacrament.., Wholesale
4).?entg. m9-4<.ly&oS^ ■ 1 y WS
Dr. Klcord'B V I IA L Bsstoratt r •
HAS BEEN INDORSED BY THE ACVDKMI
OF PARIS, FRANCE, testod over a half a
century as a Specific for Nervous and Physical Do
bilitv. Loss of Manly Vigor, etc Contains no Phos
phorus, Canth.iri.lug, or any other poiaoii. Pro
.iiicc* no reaction and is i crmanent in effnet. Of
Lerassrr, Parlj, anil }. A. BAUIiR. i>»He^i^, Sole
Agent for tia Pacific coast, 101 P.st strwit, fJAS
PRANCI3CO. Boxes of 100 Pill?, 13; WO, tIC.
Sent by mail. Inclose stamp for descriptive df.
culars, with teetimonlals and symptoms, drnnuie
has private pn prietary stamps with monogram c
■ B. 8. mU^AxwlawamS
NERVOUS DEBILITY.
A CUKE til ABANTEED.
DR. E. C •VEST'S NF.RVE AND BRAIN TREAT
MENT.— A specific for Hysteria, I^iaiuesa,
Convulsions, Nervous HeMlachc, Mintal Diprossion,
Loss of Memory, Spermatorrhuja, Impotency, Invol
untary Emi'sions, Premature Old Age, caused by
over-exertion, self-abuse, or over-indulgence, irhlcb
!eads to misery, decay and death. One box will cure
recent cases. Each box mntains one month's treat
ment. One dollar a box, or six boxes 'or five dollars
Seot by mall prepaid on receipt of price. Ws
guarantee six boxes to cure any case. With each
order received by us for us boxes, acojmpanied
with five dollars, we will send the purchaser out
written guarantee to return the money if the treat
ment does not effect a cure. Guarantees i*suel
only by KIRK, GEARY & CO., Druggists, Sacn.
meuto, Cai. Orders kv mail at Regular Price.
ATMORE'S MINCiTmEAT
— ASD
PLUM PUDDNG!
VS ■_■ 'VV ■ ■ M^y -n- *Bi
•^^ • • Mrz* a_J MK9 Kl --■ MLa 9
No. 719 J street,. ...[au22-im). Harramrnto.
WILOOX, POWERS & CO..
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE LiufOß
Dealers.
NO. 606 K BTREET...tnI-<ntl! ..SArRASIENTW
EBNER BROS~
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DKAL?R° pi' '
1 tTINCK «>!> I.KJI ok. — ■
Nos. lie and lIS K street, betwesa Front and Sec
ond, Sacramento. m26-4plm
ROLLER SKATES
AND OTHER NEW INVEN- dr^r J^.

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