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OUR YOUNG FOLKS.
The Arabian Horse.
An Arab and his tribe had attacked the
caravan of Damascus ; the victory was com
plete and the Arabs were busied in loading
their booty, when the horsemen of the
Pasha of Acre fell upon them. The Arab
chief had received a ball in the arm, but,
as his wound was not mortal, the Turks
bound him to a camel, took possession of
his horse and led away both steed and rider.
The night before they were to reach Acre,
they encamped with their prisoners in the
mountains; the wounded Arab had his legs
bound together with a leather strap, and
was stretched mar the tent in which the
Turks were sleeping. During the night,
kept awake by the pain of his wound, he
heard his horse whinny, and dragged him
self over the ground till he reached the
courser. Then lie gnawed through the
goats-hair cord which served as a clog for
the horse, and the animal was free. But
seeing his master wounded and fettered at
hi* feet, the horse grasped with his teeth
the leather eirdle of the Arab, galloped
away and bore him to his tents. Throw
ing the chief on the sand at the feet of his
wife and children the steed died from ex
haustion—[From the French of Lttmartine.
Near the Turkish victor's tent
Lies the wounded Arab chief;
On the ground his eyes are bent,
Misty with a poignant grief.
In the morning lie must be
To some petty prince a slave;
Doubly hard to spirit free
Such a fate, worse than the grave.
Round his limbs the leathern thongs
Press with unrelenting zeal.
Bow the bleeding captive longs
For a friend with ready steel.
Hark ! lie bears a whinnying call
From the horses tethered near,
Yes, anil from their voices all,
Knows the one to him so dear.
As the Bailor loves his bark
Dashing on its ocean course,
Thou the f roe-born Arab dark
Loves his beautiful, swift horse.
80, the captive creeps along
Painfully on hands and knees,
Drawn by yearning deep and strong,
Till once more his steed he sees.
" Ah! poor friend," with tears he sighs,
" V. hat hast thou to do with Turks'.'
Sorrow dims thy captive eyes,
All around thee 'lancer lurks.
" Nevermore shall women bring
Pleasant draughts of camel s milk.
Ne'er shalt hear their voices sing,
Ne'er Bhalt lee! their touch of silk.
" Thon sbalt never eat again
From the hollow of my hand.
Prisoned in this hostile glen,
Who can hope lor native land ?
*" O'er the pathless desert rand,
Punished, though thou hast not tinned,
Ne'er shall run thy races grand
Swifter than Egyptian wind.
" Hover shall thy noble chest,
Whiter than the Jordan's foam,
Its tomato-- waters breast,
As thou rui-hest to our home.
" Stay I A thought comes to my mind :
I'm ix slave, but be thon tree
Thin the homeward way shall find,
Thou my wife again shall see.
" Tell her, dashing o'er the sands,
That her husband comes no more ;
Lick my little children's hands,
Stand within the tent's low door."
" Thus he speaks, and gnaws the while
Through and through the gout' shah- cord.
Till it yields, and lo ! a smile
'Scapes the courser's captive lord.
*' Now the noble .teed is free,
But with instinct sure and fleet
There his matter he doth see
Bleeding, fettered at his feet.
Low he bends that perfect head.
Grasps with teeth the chieftain's girth,
Then with nostrils wide outspread
Seeks the dear laud of bis birth.
On and on o'er desert wastes
Gallops arrow-swift the horse.
All un.-purred, unbeaten hastes
On his self-appointed course.
Thus lie gains his master's tent,
Bears him to his darling's eyes,
Then by weariness o'erspent.
moling staggers, falls and dies !
—[Our Dumb Animals.
The Bees' Pockets.
-'* are very curious little creatures, and
the most useful of all the insect., that fly.
They arc only about an inch long, and
what wonderful work they do, making so
much honey and wax all summer long!
They know, too, about every flower in our
gardens, md all the signs of the weather.
When they make their honey, ! wonder
if you know how they get their materials.
JLet me tell you. Bees have -lender, pointed
hairs upon their heads. The yellow hairs
upon their legs, which we can see with the
naked eye, turn out to be hard, horny sort
of oombs, which they nse in gathering
and storing the pollen flowers. Besides
this, the bees have two little baskets upon
their thighs, which are the very perfection
of side pockets' just such as "we should
want for a similar purpose.
But what do you think they do with
these pockets? ' They first tuck their
little hen. ls into the heart of the rose or
lily, or other sweet flower, fur honey. In
doing so they cover themselves all over
with the yellow dust, which is the pollen.;
They then take their fore feet and brush it
very carefully from the hair, and pass it on
to the middle feet, and again on to the hind !
feet, when ii is safely packed in these little
pockets on the thighs. As" soon as they
•re loaded down they fly home.
Borne of the pollen is given to their ba
bio**, and some of it is worked up into
wax. This, you know, is used to make
the cells. Home of it. called propolis, they
use to punish intruders, giving them a sort
of " tar and feathering."
The bees arc so industrious that, in a few
<_»)-, by the nse of these pockets, they can
half fill the hive with honeycomb. And
then the wax is used for a great many other
purposes. When you look at your beauti
in! dolls, don't forge! that they arc lade by
the boos.
Muoii more might be told about thescin
dnstrions little creatures. I'm you can find
•at .-. great deal for yourselves, my de
young friends, if in the summer you hunt
up a hive and watch the doings of the beca.
[Exchange.
- -. .
Tin Faith Curb and Warts. — Every
" wise-woman " in the remote districts of
the country, to which the spread of educa
tional sweetness and light has mostly con
fined such homely oracles, possesses a
" charm " for driving away warts. ICvcn
in the time of l.uc.icn such female practi
tioners of a mild species of occult art were
celebrated for their successful treatment of
warts. Dr. Tukc gives a case in point, in
which, through the effects of the imagina
tion, even in a cultured person, the growths
in question were made to disappear. A sur
geon's daughter hnd Rbout a dozen warts
or her hand the usual modes of treatment
having availed nothing .1 their removal.
l<*or eighteen months the warts remained
uitrai-table, until a gentleman, noticing the
disfigurement, asked her to count them.
Carefully and solemnly noting down their
number, he then said . '* You will not be
troubled with your warts after next Sun
day." At the time named the warts had
disappeared, and did not return. Here the
Connection ween the imaginative iin
prossion of some cult or mysterious power
an i the cure was too clone to leave a doubt
that, as in other cases of bodily ailment,
the mind, which so frequently affects the
body to its hurt, had in turn favorably in
ilueueed the physical organization.[Gen
tleman's Maguzino.
— — . .
Bußnm-E on Sw raring.— Robert J. I>nr
dctto freaks as follows in regard t.i swoar
■*{"■" " Ami— yon won't be offended my son
—but if you will observe closely you will
pcreeWc that young men, boys, fledglings
of abont your age, swear more than men—
■tore Frequent]] and more awkwardly,
with lees point and direction. A man be
comes ashamed ol it I It belongs to the
cigarette and matinee period of life my
boy 11 '** 1! habit that nourishes in the
bread-and-butter days, along somewhere
between the high school and college, and
while the blue ribbon on the diploma is
bright. It. belongs to what Puck so aptly
calls the nnsalted generation," the fresh
young man. 80 put it away and put on
"""''J*' things. It ian't .01* evidence of
smartness or worldly wisdom. A,, fa I
can swear. And many fools do it I
my son ' Ah, if 1 could gather all the use
less, uncalled for, invective swears I have
dropped along tho pathway of my life I
know I would remove stumbling blocks
from ray inexpert! need reel, and my heart
would be lighter by a ton than It is now
But if you are going to ho a fool just because
other men have been, oh. my son, what a
help! .m fool you will beT_^__
• • »
A little girl, on being asked where her
native place was. replied : " 1 have none ;
J am a Methodist minister's daughter."
FASHION HINTS.
The mushroom and mastic shades, •reseda
greens, grays, ocean and gray blues, and
several ugly smoke tints,' arc the most
fashionably worn in summer woolens at
the East, combined with velvet or sSiot silk.
White flannel suits made with a sailor
blouse and kilt are very dressy for little
boys to wear in the country, "They have
no trimming of any kind. f?hirt waists are
also worn by the youngest boys, with a kilt
skirt of plain or blocked flannel. These
waists are tucked back and front, and are
made of percale, either dark blue, or else
while, with colored stripes, horseshoes,
crossbars, jockeys, birds, or animals printed
upon it. Very plain pique suits made with
a tilt are also much liked for the warm
weather.
Trained skirts, or adjustable trains, worn
over or added to round skirts, are increas
ing in number every day. j|lhey arc, how
ever, worn exclusively indoors, or for cere
monious toilets at weddings, receptions and
formal dinners. No long skirts are allow
able lor the promenade, although anumbor
of society ladies have appeared in demi
trains at church. Trains upon the street
are not likely ever to again be adopted ; at
all events, not while convenience, taste and
cleanliness are deemed worth studying. —
[New York Post.
A pretty summer costume is made as
follows: The skirt of golden brown satin
mcrvcillcux laid in double box-plaits, with
princesse polonaise above of cream-colored
mousselinc de soie printed with brown
flowers, and trimmed with cream and
brown lace jointly, there being a ruffle of
each when* this decoration appears. The
bonnet of straw is covered with cream lace,
with a group of brown butterflies perched
on an aigrette of a pale cream tint. Brown
silk gloves meet the elbow sleeves, and
brown sill: hose, with bronze Longtry half
shoes, complete the harmonious details.
French dresses are now almost without
exception made up over what Parisian mo
distes calls fiiut.se jupes, or false skirts i. c.,
those made of inferior material. This
foundation skirL is then faced up aboutone
third of its length with the dress material,
and the trimmings are then added in the
shape of knittings, pelisses, flounces, and
other draping _. At this moment there are
two leading types of skirts — the one, plain
at the front and sides, with all the bouffant
effect carried to the back ; the other, a fully
trimmed skirt, covered with ruffles, plaited
or plain panels, drawn puffings, and the
like. Of course in the latter style, the full
ness is at the back, however expulsive the
trimmings may be elsewhere.— [Albany
(N. V.) Journal.
When Romeo exclaimed, "Oh, that J
were a glove upon that hand 1" he was
doubtless thinking a great deal more of the
hand than of the glove; and if we could
imagine a modern Romeo apostrophizing a
modern Juliet, we may be sure he would
prefer to see the hand without any glove at
all. Some curious revelations have lately
been made its to the amount of torture
ladies undergo in the effort to wear gloves
that arc too small for them, and, oddly
enough, the disclosures have taken the
form of a defense of the glove trade against
the charge that it. cannot produce gloves
that will fit the average hand. No doubt it
is true that a great many gloves appear,
when worn, to have been constructed with
out the least possible reference to the anat
omy of the human baud.
It is not upon her handsome bonnets that
Kate Field prides herself. Her particular
vanity is her elegant, foot-gear. She has
her shoes made in Paris, and they are mar
vels of exquisite workmanship. She has
very small feet, and she dresses them in the
costliest material. One large trunk is de
voted to boots, gaiters and slippers, and
these she has in every conceivable style,
from alligator shoes reaching high above
the ankle to delicate kid slippers that a
Cinderella might envy. Miss Field says
she never had a corn in her life, and this
she claims is due to her care of her feet.
American shoemakers, she declares, insist
upon squeezing the foot, thereby destroy
ing the naturally graceful shape of that
member and subjecting a person to perma
nent torture from excrescences. "My shoe
maker in Paris makes and sends me two
pairs of shoes every month. I will not
wear a shoe that is ripped, torn or worn
out, because this is slovenly ; and I will not
wear a mended shoe, for patching a shoe
destroys its symmetry, and is apt to occa
sion an unnatural pressure upon the foot."
Mi:-- Field has a Dumber of curious shoes;
one pair of fleece-lined sandalettes, pre
sented her by Sig. Castellar; a pair of lace
slippers, a gift from Sir Charles Dilke:
several Chinese shoes, Japanese sandals and
Turkish slippers. Knowing her humor for
these things, Governor Murray, of Utah,
recently gave her a pair of high-topped ,
boots manufactured from the skin of the
Rocky Mountain sheep and lined with the
fleece of that adventuresome animal.
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HOUSEHOLD SUGGESTIONS.
Provide yourself with a little strainer be
fore you begin the operation of putting up
fruit. Ii is so much more satisfactory to
dip with.
To make cologne-water try this rule : To
one quart of alcohol allow three drachms
of oil of lavender, one drachm of oil of
rosemary, thrca drai Inns each of oil ofber
gamot and essences of lemon, and three
drops of the oil of cinnamon.
Cream cake, so dear to the heart of the
children, con be made by splitting patty
pan cake-, taking out a portion of the center
and filling the space with thick custard.
There need bono waste, as the pieces cut
out nay be used in the foundation for a
nice pudding.
String beans when young and tender
male a good salad. Cut thorn in small
pieces, boil in salt water until tender,
drain them well, and mix with them some
onions chopped fine, and pour over them a
mayonnaise dressing. The onions may be
left out if you prefer to do so.
To remove oil-stains put some powdered
fuller's earth on the soiled spot, and let it
lie there for twenty-four hours, and then
brush it off with a soft hat brash. The
powder should be laid on very thick. If
not successful the first time heat the pow
dei and put it on a second time quite hot.
There is scarcely any ache to which chil
dren are subject so hard to bear and diffi
cult to cure as the earache; but there is a I
remedy never known to fail. Take a bitof
cotton batting, put upon it a pinch of black
pepper, gather it ap and tie it, dip in sweet
oil and insert into the car. Put a flannel
bandage ever the head to keep it warm. It
will give immediate relief.— l Exchange.
Custard made in this way is delicious for
the filling of a layer oake : Heat a oolfeo
cup of sweet milk in a brighttin basin, I sat
one egg very light and heat with it until
smooth one heaping teaspoonful of flour,
add sugar to suit the taste; when the milk
in hot stir tho flour, eggs, etc., into it; it
will thicken in a very few minute*. Take
it from tie: tire and llavor it with lemon ; if
you choose blanch some almonds, out them
in three or four pieces and stir into the cus
tard.
A delicious pie may be made of canned
pineapple. If the pineapple is in slices it
should be chopped line ; to one large cup of
pineapple allow one cup of sugar, half a cup
of butter, one cup of BWOet cream, four
s-firA ; reserve the whites for the top of the
pie, as It should have an under crust only.
I) not throw away the juice left in the can ;
it makes a nice Savoring for pudding, sauce
or with the addition of a little gelatine and !
sugar you may make a small bowl of deli
cate jelly.
To restore the whiteness to ivory-handled
knives wash with soaped flannel and luke
warm water; then wipe very dry. Boak
them occasionally in alum water that lias
been boiled and allowed to cool. Let the
handles lie for an hour in this, tin remove
Uiem and brush them well (say with a nail
brush). After this take a clean linen towel
and dip it in cold water, squeeze it out, and
while wet wrap it around the handles,
leaving them in it to dry gradually, for if
Irierj too rapidly out of the alum water
hey will be injured,
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IlosK Ciu.Tur.E.— A rose farm is a new
3-orgia industry. Two gardeners in the
. icinity of Savannah planted three acres of
rose trees. I/fist year they sold 22,000 rose
Ireos to parties in the North, and had orders
for 30,000 which they could not fill. The
trees meet with ■ read* sale at from $10 to
_■.■*> per 100. Over half a million trees arc
annually imported into this country from
France, England and Holland, and the Sa
vannah News says it has been demonstrated
that (leorgiu haa a better climate for the
cultivation of rose tree* than that in the
South of -"rnncc. ■
WHY GIRLS WILL WED.
She rose at the early daybreak.
With a sink and aching head,
And she said— cross little woman—
" I wonder why girls will wed ?
They wouldn't, I'm sure, if they reckoned
The things that a wife must bear;
The never-done work ol a household,
The aever-doae mother care, pp-p
" Six dozen pieces to wash to-day,
And the children must go to school.
And every one knows on washing day-
Baby is cross, as a rule;
And Bridget is not to the work yet,
(Oh, dear, how my head does ache .')
Yet, 1 shall have the dinner to cook,
And all of the beds to make."
But as soon as the breakfast was ready,
Father came in from the yard; j- ..--J-.
He kissed the sick little mother,
" Was sure that her work was hard."
lie said to the noisy boys: " Be still !
Your mother's not well to-day;"
And when he bid her "good-bye,"
He " could kiss the pain away."
And the coffee or kiss— which was it !
Healed like a magical charm !
The spirit of diligent gladness
Was everywhere on the farm.
The father worked hard at the plowing,
The mother forgot her pain,
Bridget did well with her washing-
There wasn't a drop of rain.
The baking and cleaning was over
When the boys came home from school;
Baby forgot it was washing-day,
And pleasantly broke his rule;
And at night the house was clean cud bright-
There was not a tiling amiss.
" 'Tis only a wife," the father thought,
" Would do as much for a kiss."
And the wife, sitting down in the fire-light,
The baby asleep at her side,
Her husband chatting, and watching her
With a husband's loving pride,
Thought much of her full and pleasant Lome,
Of her children asleep in bed.
And said, with a sweet, contented laugh,
" No wonder that girls will wed I"
— {Lillie Barr.
Relative Ago of Animals.
The average age of cats is 15 years ; of
squirrels and hares, 7 or „ years; a bear
rarely exceeds 20 years; a dog lives 20
years ; a wolf 20 ; a fox 14 or 16; lions arc
long-lived, the one known by the name of
Pompcy living to the age of 70. Elephant;-!
have been known to live to the age of 400
years. When Alexander the Great had
conquered Poms, King of India, he took a
great elephant which had fought valiantly
for the King, and named him Ajax, dedi
cated him to the sun and let him go with
this inscription: "Alexander, the son of,
Jupiter, dedicated Ajax to the sun." The
elephant was found with this inscription
350j'ears after. Pigs have been known to
live to the age of 20, and the rhinoceros to
29; a horse has been known to live to the
age of «2, but the average is 25 or 30 ; cam
els sometimes live to the age of 100; stags;
are very long-lived; sheep seldom exceed
the age of 10; cows live about 15 year".
Ouvier considers it probable that whales
sometimes live 1,000 years. The dolphin
and porpoise to the age of .'{o ; an eagle died
at Vienna at the age of 100; swans have
been known to live to the age of 300.
Mr. Malerton has the skeleton of a swan
that attained the age. of 200 years. Pelicans
arc long-lived. A tortoise has been known
to live to the age of 107 years.
GENERAL NOTICES. j
Dentistry .— J. V. Homer, Dontist, No. 515
Tenth street, bet. X and F, Sacramento, je_7-l_»
Co to Fred. Lindner's. 60!» X St.— Head-
quarters of First Artillery Band for TA_NBILL'B
PUNCH, America's Finest sc. Cigar. jel!>-tf
Go to Golden Eagle Oyster ._ Chop Honso,
61G X St., for Steaks, Chops, Large Eastern Oysters.
Open day and night. ADAMOAMM.Prop.mII-lm
. _
Origin.. Campi Restaurant anil Oyster
Rouse, 306 J st. Moals oooked in French, Italian
or American style. JOHN MATROVICII, Prop.
ml4-lm
Co to Tb-o. W. Sehwainb'fl for yonr pic-
ture frames and Royal St. John and New Reming-
ton Sewing Machine. _M J street. apS
lianabnrg's Perfume, Ednia.
Land burg's Perfume, Marecliul Niel Rose.
L«n<llKirg's Perfume, Alpine Violet.
Lundborg's Perfume, Lily of the Valley.
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A Fine Hair Dressing. — Coooalne dresses
the hair perfectly, and is also a preparation un-
equaled for the eradication of dandruff. The
superiority of BußNßrr'a Flavoring Extracts
consist: in their purity and great strength, fc! In
The Phonograph,
Telephone, Telegraph, and kindred electrical
messengers will all be utilized by the order- for
SOZODONT, which will be Bashed and sounded
over the wires. It is as well known abroad as at
home, as a cleansing agent for the teeth,
fe-S-lyTuThS
17. i. •:..■'_ ■- Russia Salve meets with won-
derful success in all cases of skin diseases.
02-IyTuThi-
If afflicted with Sore Eyes, use Or. Isaac !
THOMPSON'S LYE WATER*. Druggists sell it
at Scents. 06-]
• Advice to Mothers.— Mrs. Winslow's
SOOTHING STROP should always beused when
children are cutting teeth. It relieves the little '
sufferer at once ; it produces natural, quiet sleep j
by relieving the child from pain, and the little
cherub awakes "as bright as a button." It is
very pleasant to taste. It soothes the child, soft- |
ens the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, reg-
ulates the bowels, and is the best known remedy
for diarrhea, whether arising from teething or
other causes. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
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BANKING HOUSES.
NATIONAL BANK
D. O. Mills & Co.,
SACRAMENTO, CAL.
CAPITAL *.'i00,0.0.
EDGAR WILLS President.
FRANK MILLER Cashier
DIRECTORS :
1). O. MILLS, EDGAR MILLS
W. E. CHAMBERLAIN, C. H. HUBBARD,
FRANK MILLER jaafMptf
CUAS. CROOK BR, B. C. WOOLWOBTU, W. H. VBOCKKS.
CROCKER, WOOLWORTH &CO. *
■JB_a_i<r_B_:___-Ei-3 v
323 Pine Street San Francisco, '
Carry or. a General Banking Bushiest. Cor-
r<»i<»ndentB in tim Principal Cities of the
Eastern States and in Europe. jytv-iptm
CALIFORNIA STATE BANK. j
Does a General Hanking ICuslness.
49* Draws Exchange on all the principal
cities of tlic world.
OFFICERS.'
President N. D. RIDROtTT.
Vice-President „ .FREDERICK COX.
Cashier A. ABBOTT.
B-RBCTOB8:
C. W. CI. ARK, GEO. C. PERKINS,
ALBERT GALLATIN, J. R. WATSON.
N. D. RIDEOI'T, FREDERICK COX,
A: ABBOTT. au6-
VICTOR GREGORY,
AOKNT FOB THE CELEBRATED '
Roberts' Kidney and Liver Bitters.
Roberts' Wild Cherry Tonic,
No. 815 Second Street, Sacramento.
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THE BEST BLOOD PURIFIER AND TONIC
AtVerat've in use. It quickly cures all
liseases originating from a disordered state of
ho Illood or Liver, Rheumatism, Nen-
ri_l(iin. Blotches, Hoil/>, Pimples, Scrofula,
rumors. Salt Rheum and Mercurial Pairs
readily yield to It. purify ing properties. It leaves
.ho blood pure, the liver and kidneys healthy, the
wimploxion bright and clear. J. K. GATES A
CO., Proprietor!-, No. ill Saasomc street, San
fraucisoa _p_3-ip3_-&w__a
IPSCEIiLANEOUS. y;
WORTHY-
Of Confidence.
/_ VF R 'C Sarsaparilla is a medicine that,
tti&iiO during nearly 40 years, in all
'ii; parts of the world, has proved its efli-
; *. ;' caeyas the best blood alterative known
.',:.; to medical science.
SARSAPARILLA ffiSKSS
genuine Honduras Sarsaparilla) is its
base, and iv powers are enhanced by
the extracts of Yellow Dock and Stil-
lingia, the lodides of Potassium and
Iron, and other potent inirredients.
Iq your blood vitiated by derangements
»»> of the digestive and assinulatoryfunc-
tions. is it tainted by Scrofula? or
does it contain the poison oi Mercury
or Contagious Disease?
T*__T 'eadiug physicians of the United
i Fi Ci States, who know the composition
ol Ayer's Sarsaparilla, say that
notkiii-* else so pood for the purifies/-
tion of the blood is within the range of
pharmacy.
«B!j \# by the use of this remedy is it
Uf-L? possible for a person who has
corrupted blood to attain sound health
and prevent -ttaupmission of the de-
structive taint to posterity.
*ru_r_D_r.llPUB V effective renovation
iKUS.UUunLY of the system must
include not only the removal of cor-
ruption from tho blood, but its enrich-
I MISCELLANEOUS. of the
ORTHY
if Confidence.
iq Sarsnparillaisanietlicioetbat,
w daring nearly 40 years, in all
of Ihe world, has proved its efli-
s the best blood alterative known
dieal science.
.PARSLLA t&to/™
ie Houdnna Sarsaparilla) is its
and its powers are enhanced by
:tracts of Yellow Dock and Stil-
i Hie lodides of Potassium and
;md other jwtent ingredients,
ilood vitiated by derangements
digestive and as'similatory i tine-
is it tainted by* Scrofula? or
t contain the poison of Mercury
itagious Disease?
idiug physicians of the United
itcs, who know the composition
iter's Sarsaparilla, stiy Unit
ig else so {rood for the pnr__c_>
f tho blood is within the range of
Sy "the use of this remedy is it
possible for a person who lias
ited blood to nttuiu sound health
revent transmission of the tio
ive taint to posterity.
1 1 in 14 8 V effective renovation
IUutILY of the system must
c not only the removal of cor-
u from the blood, but its enricb-
aud the strengthening of the
vital organs. *"*"• '
i DFI I/IDI C witnesses, all over the
I __I_L_._f._SLE, world, testify that this
work Isbetter accomplished by Ayer's
Sarsapaiulla than by any other
remedy. . XX
DI nnn that is corrupted through dis-
DLUU-I case is made pure, and blood
weakened through diminution of the
red corpuscles is made strong, by
Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
niimirt/lfur-' the , °* 1 and building
runliill-U up the system require
time in serious cases, but benefit will
be rived from the use of Aykk's
Sarsaparilla more speedily than
from anything else.
urni-MMr for which- like effects are
.-!>&-. 1 1. inc. falsely claimed, is abun-
dant in the market, under many names,
but the only preparation that has stood
the test of time, and proved worthy of
the world's confidence, is
Myers Sarsaparilla,
prepared by
Dr. J. C. Aver & <*„ Lowe.., Mass.
Sold by all druggists: Price 1 ;
six bottles for $0.
FIiCITS, SEEDS AND PRODUCE.
"•gSb^* ; y.
D. DeBERNARDI & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSIO-* MERCHANTS,
and SIIIFPKES op all Kwne op
Fruits, Vegetables and General Produce.
Cariful attention given to the Selection and
Packing of Choice Fruits fordistant markets.
Nog. 308 and 310 X street, Sacramento, Cal.
. jelO-lplm
W. R. STRONG & CO.,
/COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS
\J in
SEEDS, FRUITS A GENERAL PRODUCE
Proprietors CAPITAL NURSERIES, -aCTftmcn-
to, Cal. Seed and Tree Catalogues sei t free on
application. Now. 0, 8 and 10 J stieet, Sac-
ramento. a7-tf
SACRAMENTO BRANCH
PACIFIC FRUIT COMPANY,
J. F. FARNBWOETH, Agent,
100*6, 1008 anil 1010 Sooond St., Sacramento
WHOLESALE AND COMMISSION DEALERS
in CalilcmiaOrcen an.". Dried Fruits, Nuts,
Raisins, Honey, Oranges, Produce, etc. Partic-
ular attention paid to the filliritj of orders for
and shipments of all kinds of Fruits in their sea-
son Principal office, 40S aud HO Davis street,
San Francisco. jaB-lplm
PACIFIC MARKET,
No. 725 J STREET, SACRAMENTO.
"VTOW IS TEE TIME TO PDT UP YOUR
Small Fruits, such Cherries,
in CaUl'crnia Green an.. Dried Fmits, Nuts,
iissn, Honey, Oranges, Produce, etc. Partio-
' attention paid lo the fillim,' of orders for
shipment- of all kinds of Fruits in their _r&-
Prtnclpal office, 408 and 110 Davis fcvreet,
Francisco. jas-lplin
PACIFIC MARKET,
725 J STKKKT SACKAMENTO.
OW IS THE TIME TO PUT UP YOUR
Small Fruits, such as Cherries, Currants
and Berries. The largest stock, best quality and
every variety. Honey saved by buying at
CHRISTI ANSON BROS. apS-am
H. G. MAY & CO.,
-TON MARKET, FIFTH AND X ST..
FIULTRY, FISH, PRODUCE. GAME, BUT-
ter, Eggs, Canned Goods. Fruits, Nuts, etc.
Oiuntry orders filled on day they are received,
with fresh goods. [rarl-tf ] P. O. Box 4717.
A. ■DOSES, 8. OE2ISOM.
S. GERSON & JO.,
Genera; commission MERCHANTS and
f Dealers in
Imported and Domestic Fruits, Yejjet*-
. bits, Not*, etc.,
NO. 220 J SPREES*,
Between Second and Third, Sacramento. [. j*2-l_m
LYON & CURTIS,
(Successors to LYON & BARNES),
/COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND DEALERS
Produce, Vegetables and Fruit-.,
POTATOES, BEAMS, BUTTER, BOOS, HONEY,
POULTRY, ETC
Nos. 117 to 123 J Street. jc2S-lptt
EUGEKEJ.CKIKIOEr. C. C BAXRXR, Fi'.itNKCUl-XJOiIT
§ GREGORY, BARNES & CO.,
(Successors to Gregory & Co.),
Nos. 120 and 128 J Street,
WHOLESALE DKALBRB IN PRODUCE AND
YY Fruit. Full stocks of Potatoes. Vegetables,
Green and Dried Fruits, Beans, Alfaila, Butter,
Eggs, Cheese, Poultry, etc., always on hand. Or-
ders filled at lowest rates. jel2-tf
' - I -".I I -"11 ,1.11.1. .11. ,__
SUMMER RESORTS.
BANVARD "hotel,
ALT A „.._ ....«AL.
mills HOTEL IS SITUATED »_«W|— --.
.L in one of the most pietur- A£SHkr__i
esquo portions of Northern is ■gP GasisL-
California. The Table _. .■■•>. fa** J.?.*'
piiod with all the delicacies of *■ ==g*«
81 all the the latest the ' —•*__—
season, and the ialo.it the mirket affords.
For Hunting and Fishing purposes, the but-
rounding country cannot Be excelled.
m'-M-i'-in AL. ARCHER. Proprietor.
ALLEN SPRINGS,
LAKE COUNTY CAlr.
DJ. STEVEN'S HAVING ff.>*,-^>,
\f. leased tiie well-known J||flS^___2s
and popular, watering pi ace _fc_ J * _*Bl— y-V
known as tho Allen's Siirings,gt?v?_j^^'l.riK--
Lake county, the Hotel will be B **"*' » tJttl' -
run la llrst-clnss stylo in every particular. Mr.
Stevens Is an experienced hotel man and will
spare no pains in making guosts comfortable
:us Is an experienced botel man and will
: no pains in making nLs guests comfortable
and it home. Stages ran daily and make con-
nections with all trains. mIS-tf
THE >ETNA SPRINGS.
TO THE HIGHLY CURATIVE * __* _-- v-
I properties of these Jb^^Sk*"^,
properties of these w aters jl/*^^!^**^,
and the charms of the place trißtl t.J&k^ai.
added an elegant and capaciounS f l ift&llliSL--
lining Bath. y^ si 4J^' _S
Visitors leave San* Francisco at 8 a. m. for St.
Helena, thence by daily stage (Sundays ex-
cepted), arriving at the Attnas at 6 r. K.
For pamphlet containing analysis and cures,
address WM. BUNNELL. or WM.
H. LIDELL, Proprietor, Lidoll P. 0., Napa
county, Cal. m7-tf
-^_-MM-__-__--_M,_____________^___M--_-M-______________MMi
HOPKINS* ACADEMY.
OAKLAND, „ „ -..CAL.
.
REV. H. B. JEWETT, Principal.
TnE NEXT SCHOOL YEAR BEGINS TUES-
DAY, July 29, im. Send for Catalogue.
mai- m _________
i^X™*^. RUPTURE!
Kffjfjal I s ~_2' -"J'-'-::- cured In flO-a^s
KS&AAI/ »S yst_\ by Or. Homo- KI.-r-trv-M.i^-
"Hs^^^>^-i_fS?*.'_l !I< L "S I't'll T_--K,oomhir.oJ.
A.*^_T**fcr i ., .. . Gum-tut _,1 the only one in
eeSJ^&'&tSi'iJ^r^''^ tho w-ridi-ofn mum- M_*d.-
Vlf/irVf*^—*imioati BUKtro-Niijtuttc Our-
\u//r* rent- Scic-tlflc, Powerful, Durmbla,
*«K-*^ Comfortable and BffecUTe in enrimt
Rupture. Prlco redoood. 500 oared in '83. Head
■wrap /orwunpbl^u
eu-:ctk«>-_*iagv__tm: trksw CO M
702 M____T (Hutt, ban Fka>CSOo.
: aps-6n__-iirti__n - ' v
Qrupture I
*^ffc^yA New Invention I The " Perfee-
"~*,Bf «10-i"Belt'rruBs. Combining Klas-
i V tl<-lty. Durabtlity and Efficiency.
Price, from tors. J. H. WtOßEß,(r>ra«-
Clst;, Our. Third A fcti__rt:c-t3t___.^i«u Fraaeiaoo,
Je*tf_nrtf
BPSISESS CARPS.
-TTHOLSTERING.
T B. PALMER, PRACTICAL CraOLSTERER,
.} . No. 1025 Eighth s tre . t,-fiacraincn to. Parlor
Btts, Lounges, Spring and Top Mattresses made
to order and repaired at the shortest notice, and
at reasonable terms. Draperies mid I_#osc Covers
a Specialty. * _ ..-. -: . jy2-tf
J. C. DEYINE,
IMI"ORTER AND MANUFACTURER OF MON-
uments. Headstones, Tablots, Mantiopieccs,
I'lnrnbcrs* Slabs, Furniture Tops, cte. Sculptur-
ing and other Fine Work done to order. All
kinds of work done in Marble and Granite at
the lowest cash price No. 724 X street, Sacra-
mento. Country orders solicited and all work
guaranteed. Kuieteen Premiums and the Gold
Medals of 1371 and I8?3. {cl6-tf
- J. A. CUNNINGHAM,
IST., BET. FRONT AND SECOND, SACRA-
mcuto. Boiler and Iron Works. Also, manu-
facturer of Water Heaters, Tanks, Gasometers,
Hydraulic Pipes, Mining Ctrs, Smoke Stacks,
Jackets, Iron Doors and Shutters. Prompt at-
tention given to Repairing and Blacksmithlng.
ni2B-.f
GEORGE Xlf. YOUNG,
I BUSINESS CARDS.
UTHOLSTERING.
PALMER, PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER,
>. 10".S Eighth ct-eet.'-laeramriito. Parlor
ounges, Spline and Top Mattresses made
■s and repaired at the shortest notice, and
suable terms. Draperies and I#osc Covers
J. C. DEVINE.
RTER AND MANUFACTURER OF MON-
ienta. Headstones, Tablets, Manucpiccos,
ers-' Slabs. Furniture Tops, etc. Sculptur
i other Fine Work done to order. AH
if work done in Marble and Cranitc at
aM dash price. No. 7114 X si net, Sacra-
Country orders solicited and all work
teed. Nineteen Premiums and the Gold
iof 1871 and 1870. >cl6-tf
dT. A. CUNNINGHAM,
BET. FRONT AND SECOND, SACRA-
Ito. Boiler and Iron Works. Also, mann
a" of Water Heaters, Tanks, Uasom-l.r-
Hie Pipes, Mining Cars, .Smoke t-t;>_k!«
-„ Iron Doors and Shutters, Promnt at
i given to Repairing and Blaaksniithlng
GKOI-GI- YV. YOUNG,
SUCCESSOR TO PIKE & YOUNG, CARRIAGE
Manufacturer, comer Fourth and L streets,
Sacramento. Established in 1850. All sizes ol
Spring and Thorough brace Wagons. A good as
sortment of Eastern Buggies. Repairing, Paint
ing aud Trimming done. m'JD-iptf
C. SLTER,
FURNITURE MANUFACTURER. WIRE WIN
dow tureens and Doors kept on hand anO
made to order. Thirteenth and J sts. ap.*>4pti*
DAN. HYKAI-. J. BYUJI-., IX,
J. HIMAN, JR., & -•■._•>,
TCHMAKEF-? AND JEWELERS, mr*.
\V 606 J street, between Fißh and wtTOk
Sixth, have always on hand a choice vuri- £-/
ety of fine Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, <S__t____fi__C
■etc. jiiTl-Im
C. ZWICKEL,
M-STRECT FOUNDRY, BETWEEN FOURTH
*d Fifth. Ca.st-Don Founder ; M.-mufcict
tircr of all kinds of Cast and Rod-Iron Railing,
and Fences. AUBuikiiugCastingsiaadctoorvler
s*>-4plm
lli T. COOT. ALEX. HEILfiON. J. IIEJS-OL.
ROOT, NKILSON & CO.,
UNION FOUNDRY — IRON AND ERASE
\_j rounders and Machinists, Front street, be
tween N and 0. Castings and Machinery o;
every description made to order. ja2l-,p;_n
r. r_m-ES. j. o. ruNsroN.
185 C. V. ITOSTKR & CO., 1884.
BOOK-PJNDERB, PAPER-RULERS AN!
Blank-Book Manulactnrers. No. 319 J street
between Third and Fourth, Sacrain.nto. i j2CM pt
JAJII23 McGUIRE,
MANUFACTURER OF ROAD SCRAPERS
Iron Doors, Jail Cells, Shutters. Railings
Gratings, Housework and Blacksmithlng in gen
erul, No. 520 X street, between Fifth and Sixth
Second-hand Doors for nale. jc'22-'ptl
8. CAULE. 7 ; . : «. J. CKOLY.
CARL« A CROLY,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, ARE TRE
pared to do all kinds of work in their line
in city or country. Principal pluoe of business
Sacramento. Shop. No. lllM Second street, be
tween X and L. Postofficc Box No. 410, Sacra
mento. jel3-lptf
WJT. GCTESIU-R-ER,
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDER AND MACHIN
ist. Front and N streets. Manufacturer o
Gutonbcrger'H Horso Powers, Patent Grount
Roller and Clod Crusher and Barley M-Hs. /.'.
kinds of Hydraulic Pipes. For sale, thre.
Miller Patent Hay Presses. ml-lplm
LOUIS SLOnS & CO.,
DEALERS, CORNER OF FRONT AND I
streets. Highest price Jor lUdei", Shecj
Pelts and Tallow Butebcra supplied with Salt
Paper, latest ixap_ov_d Sanson Ma-shines, Stuff
erg, Ijtrd IVesscs, etc Prompt cash returm
made for all consignments. fclB ljitf
_______________________________n___.il ■HMWMMMßlM ■__«_■_
-S. J. O. rUNSTO.N.
F. FOSTKB & CO., 1884.
BINDERS, PAPER-RULERS AN!
k-Book Manut__.'Uuvrs. Ko. ,'il'J J street
ilii'- ; awl Fourth. Sai r. tnr .1 :-.■-■ '„ t
JA.UIS Mi'.aißE,
FACTURKR OF KOAD SCRAPERS
i Door*, ..'ail Cells, Shutters. Railings
Housework and lllaeksnirthing in gen
520 X street, between FifUi awl Sixth
and l>x>rs for mile. je33-4pO
E. K. J. ."HOLY.
CAKLB Jfc CKOLY,
ACTORS AND BUTLDEBS, ARE YVM
I to do all kinds of work in their line
country. Principal phioe of business
ito. Shop. No. IVJ.I Second street, be
aud L. Postoflicc Box No. 410, Sacra
joKMptf
Wit GUTnNBKBGKK,
ND BRASS FOUNDER AND MACHIN
-ont and N streets. Manufacturer o
ger'B Horto Powers. Patent Grounc
d Clod Crusher and Barley Mfl-R. /.'.
Hydraulic Pipes. For sale, lh_e<
.tent Hay Presses, ml-lpljn
LOUIS SLOrSS & CO.,
_RB, OOBMES OF FRONT AND I
ts. Highest pii"-.' Jor KM ex, Shec(
Tallow Butchers wipp.i.d with Salt
est improved Bansa,"-e Machines, s.u-.i
Presses, etc. I*rurui>t cash tvturui
all coie-igninents. felB lptf
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
DR. GEORGE PYHUKN,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, NORTHEAST
Corner Eleventh and II streets. Hours—'.
to 10 a. a., Ito .1 and 7to p. m. jy4-lm
TDK. NIXON,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, M STREET, BE
tween Ninth and Tenth, No?. 'Jib and 920
Will visit the Railroad Hospital daily at 9:30 a
m. Oflice hours— S to 9a. is.; 1 to 2P. M., an.
evenings. jyl-tf
DR. ATM AN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE- 1 -*.
J street, upstairs, Sacramento. Residence—
1027 O, conier Eleventh. Special Office Hours
9 to 10:8. a. it., 1 to 8 and 7 to S l. M. je-l-lm
(It. FRANK N. COLLINS,
OF CHICAGO, HAS OPENED AN OFFICE AT
his residence, 919 Sixth street, between 1
and J. valve years practice in Chicago. Ok
School. apU-laa
DX. NIXON,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, M STREET. RE
tween Ninth and Tenth, Nos. 918 and 920
Will visit the Railroad Hospital daily at '.'::*
a. m. Oflice Hours— S to 9 A..M.; Ito3 p. m., aut
evenings. jyl4-lra
RS. KELLOGG & GOSS,
CORNER SEVENTH AND I STREETS, SACRA-
MENTO. Office Hours:
Miss Dr. Kellogg— Miss Dr. Goss—
9 to 10 A. M. 8 to ') A. M.
- 12 to 2 P.M. 2to 5 p.m.
6 to 7 P. M. 7 to 8 P. M.
Sunday, 12 to 3. 526
OK. LATNE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.— OFFICE ACT
1 Residence, No. SB) J street, between Third
and Fourth. Hours — . to 10 a. m., 3to 5 and 7tc
Br. m. Office of City Superintendent of Public
Schools at same place. soMplm
WM. ELLERY RRIGGS, M. D. .
OCULIST, AURIST, AND 1 -IYSICIAN FOE
Diseases of the Throat. Office, 429J_ J
street, corner of Filth, over Sacramento Bunk,
Sacramento, Cal. Hours: 9:80 to 12 a. m.; 1 to 4
p. M. Sundays : 9:80 to 11 A. M.; Ito4P. M. Jyl-tl
IOUUBT, AURIST, AND I 'HYSICIAN FOF
Diseases of the Tliroat. Olßce, 429i_ J
ct, corner of Filth, over Sacramento Bonk
ramento, Cal. Hours: 9:80 to UA. v.; Ito I
:. Sundays : 9:80 to 11 A. v.; Ito4P. M. jyl-tl
DR. A. K. ITRUNE,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, GRADUATE OF
the University of Berlin, Germany. Office
and residence. No. 521 J street, between Fifth
and Sixth, Sacramento. Office hours— toll a
a.;3toy_nd7 to 8 P. jy 13-tf
WALLACE A. RRIGGS, M. D.,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, NO. 212 J STREET,
Sacramento.
( 8 tO 9 A. M. "1
Office Hours: - 11 a. m. to 2 v. ii. Vjel3-<ptr
( 6:3) to 8 >'. it. J .
DR. LOY FOND WON,
OFFICE AND MEDICINE STORE, NO. 928
Third street, between I and J. By the pnlse
KFICE AND MEDICINE STORE. NO. He
Third street, between I and J. By the poise
an locate disease. C-__u!tatJun free. He
uses no poisonous drugs, but roots and herb."",
nature's modicino for man. Call and see him.
dll-lm
DENTISTRY.
DI_S. RREWER & SOUTHWOETH,
DENTISTS. SOUTHWEST CORNER ,^j l fsam L
J J of Seventh and J streets, 'uW*KS2a
Bryte's new building, up stalls. Teeth "-UXIj.'JF
extracted, without pain, by too use of im-
proved Liquid Nitrous Oxide Gas, aaia-tplia
H. H. riKKSON,
DENTIST, 415 J STRIiJST, BE- js_a__-*_
twoen Fourth and filth, Sucriv?*^^?;}
niento. ArtlfieliU Teeth inserted on " -*-"Jt___E"
Gold, Vulcanite and ail banes. Nitrous Oxide ol
Laughing Gas administered for painless cxtrao-
tion of teeth. jylt-lm
W. WOOD,
DENTIST, QIIINN-8 BUILDING ,J****S*3=i
northeast corner Fourth and J ,jir"'vsss_a
Etreets. Artificial Teeth inserted on^-u-CQxr
all ba-c-s. Improved liquid Nitrous Oxide Gas
!««■«. Improved liquid Nitnius Oxide Gaa
for painless extraction of teeth. * je_s-tf
ATTORNEYS-AT-LATT.
YOUNG, YOUNG & DUNN,
ATTORNEY-" AND COUNBELOR6-AT-LAW.
Offioo, Southeast Corner of Fifth and J
streets, Sacramento, Cnl. jyl-lm
W. C. VAN FLEET. TV. B. TBEADWEIJ-
TREADWBLL * VAN 10.KET.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS, 608 I
street, near Sixth. Sarrameii-o, Cal. aptMp
W. S. BE.ITTY & S. C. DENSON,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS- AT-LAW.
Offices : Motropoiitan Block, X street, bo-
tweco Fourth and Filth, Sacramento. Entrance
next door to Metropolitan Theater. 01-tf
C. L WHTTI. A. L. UAHT.
ILYRT & WHITE,
* TTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-AT-LAW.
jtL Offices at the southwest corner of Fit
and J streets, Sacramento, California. jc2&4f
U_e-HP.Y L. BIX-XLKY. S. TOhOK HOLL.
ROLL * RUCKLBY,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-AT-LAW.
Office: Northeast corner Sixth and I
Ttreots, Sacramento. jeS-tf
"CTOMUTS. SPK^!CIIXfURS~
WITH THIS REMEDY PERSONS CAN CURE
thomselvos without the least exposure,
ohange of diet, or change in application to busi-
ness. The medicine contains nothing that is ol
the leart injury to the constitution. Ask your
-rnggi-t for it. Prioc, « a bottle. apft-IyWS
PAINTS AND OILS.
JL CHADDERDON, IMPORTER AND DEAL
. er is Paints, Oils Varnishes, Window Glass,
Mixed Paints, Artistr and Painters' Materials,
ffall Paper, etc. SO. «M X _____„ BacrM_eata
ryjr: »n-_*t_
MISCFJJLAJiEOrS.
•LET ALL REJOICE «
J*B"^_S&_" i To hear that we fin- now in a position to aril *$J___«?"s.i "
Crockery, Glassware, Tinware, ™-
.J?j J- * Silvor-platctJ •C**E*".«.2. o, ; ''^_S'> '
« STOVES, RANGES, «
■v^^S?» V " An * 1 everything in the line or housekeeping lees than *.v\;»i_«3^.'*'.
' nl^lfX' Eastern Prices. ' -'•*-*t_sSr»"'-
-.Sl^ CUT THIS OUT: yJA^ .
'438* Teaspoons, per half dozen 12c "i^'V
.*'.-*>> )? ;>' Dinner Plates, per half dozen 35c "-£<«- -
•-€**'■''* No. 7 Copper-bottom Tea Kettle 75c 'y^*L. :
: '\*sy '; Hatchets (each 40c ~- *iV2r
'^"•S?_KV-: Meat Saw 35c r^-SfS* ' :
.J*pC. Water Tumblers, per half dozen 30c '*- %-- ■'
'"'ljrS^.'*. Tablespoons, per half dozen 20c .'. : .'"lSs|;"
•'j -?. ..' , Cups and Saucers, per half dozen 35c .- XX-'
- ii'2Ssiiii. Dish-pans (large and good quality) 60c sa ; :. .
'■'•tfSJSf''- Rubber Hose, per foot Gc \;'£w',
.' _yj| : J*, . Knives and Forks, per half dozen 70c ..*3; ,
-^r*%. '' Hammers, at.. 2oc "jftl ;;'
■5fSSi:: Tin Teapots (each 25c - J^. :
'■IS- Coffee Mills, at --■ 35c *£&£•-
y$E2& <: '' Lamp Burners (each) 15c • -*&4.
■'tS%' Mush Bowls (each) • 5c Ji^:
o '^*^' .; Wash Bowls an( i Pitchers i per set) 75c •_ : jj; fc*
::-X-'- Lamp Chimney - •••••• 5° J'Xy--
• ii^J.- Lamps from 15c. up hi#S9&
>&!s£■& Spring Balances }oc -:*?€,
; .-tSfc-K^r Pickle Dishes 10c A*S?f
:^i..- Mouse Traps (each) 12c Uj« :
1*«: J Butcher Knives (each) , 20c .'.^-STS--^.
•*«_|=J Meat Platters each •■•-•- 15c . .-^3\
i\^^rA, Goblets from 25c. to 50c. per naif dozen aJSj.
'^S^f; Match Safes (each) 5c - . .w^r;
a JiiJ>' Table Casters (five bottles) 51 _*'.'s<'*y*
' . :■„■/'.. Saltceiiars '(each. 5c X^XiX-
Komi Tin Sieves (each) 25c S*V
■■Ir^;': Nest Eggs (each) oc S« ;
'■"acflß. Egg Beaters (each) 15c r-'ifejliv
y^y* - Syrup Pitchers (each) 20c Jfe*
J>|?Ey£j- Milk Skimmers (each) 10c ' ___st-* '
ffc3K TinDinpers „..15e fp£i
• rSF7'' No. 7 Copper-bottom Wash Boilers (each) $1 75 '. Jvj£§,*
Xm^Xf Glass Butter Dishes 25c ■jpl'WJ'.
'ififV'-X Tin Cups (each) 5c XiX
J^ykfj. Stove Shovelsieachi 15c X^jt?'.-
-' if&E&i 10-Quaxt Milk Pans (each) 20c ' AaStf
Xsm&f&; Pocket Knives from 15c. up .'•• i **3Ki
■'**?!*■'' Razors (best quality) from 85c. up * fe.'Jg ■>
; |*f* ' Nice Hammocks $1 25 and $1 75 to $3 50 ---, f ifigs*
'■'i^^-A 2.500 Toothpicks for 10c -'X±2X'
. W&rZfc'A 50-foot Clothes Line 25c ''''jtjfc.
■iXj£%J- Glass Sauce Plates (per set) 30c ''-iJSm:'
™")*r'. Earthen Teapots (each) 35c '<£f, Wj.,*
' '"'.'.'•'';-• The above prices are bot a sample of what we intend to offer the™ » •*•■•;■*:■;-..
■.■ "^jjj&ei- •■ public In the next six months, as we have now established a lluyer .• .
■ -______J^' ; ioz our Houses In the Eastern -Markets. .* ".JL*M.'t. !
:-.^^4--"7 /)«- Hut no other KANGI. a__lil yon ►<•<• r.nr NKW " C.W.- .-.--. 'isji 1 . ;
"s^*.-.' LAJ.II;" it It the. best aud jirettiest in the world. KmK !
rX^&A-'. ate- SEND FOX OUR 1884 PRICE LIST "fell ',<V^S X '
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ILL LEWIS &C0„ I
v§||pj Eos. 502 sec 504 J street, acd 1009 Fifth street. ig|' ;
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MEDICAL.
PERMANENT CURE FOR SUPERFLUOUS
A hair, freckles, pimples. Hack worms, wrin-
hair, freckles, plmpli ... I lack worms, wrin-
kles, tan, moles, scars, clean complexion, and
all disfigurement of the face; positively guaran-
tees not to Injure the skin. Experience bar,
shown, during my 27 years' practice, that those
cases are always alike which are advertised,
therefore Ido not need to see th patient. *-;-
cifics can be sent to any address. DR. POPPER,
127 Montgomery street, fan Francisco. jet-Im
ATTENTION!— MM'E CHAPEL'S FRENCH
Female Pills; valuable In irregularities of
monthly periods from cold, etc; price. _->; ladies
In delicate health and other conditions should
use tin-in. Address MRS. DAVIES, (26 Kearny
ex.. bet. California and line, -. F. mlt_-lp..m
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JOHN T. STOLL'S
FIRST PREM3PM
S_A.3_>'X>Z_i_E3 *!E?^L_E3_E_
***- _E3C_^s JSTtst ___-c_.va.4il ! ~5»-
Direct Importer of a Full Line of
; SADDLERY HARDWARE, ETC.
Manufacturer of SADDLES, HARNEY, COL
LARS, SNAKE WHIPS, Etc., of superior quality.
No. CIO X street, Sacramento, Cal.
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ANBEUSER ST. LOUIS
_0 _E3 _E3 _ES. ,
ON uKAUcirr, AT
GRUHLER'S SALOON,
No. 533 J street,_[je---lplm] Sacramento.
M. S. NEVIS,
OP THE ,*,*.:
_____-_9_.-3r_______l___ •\7C^X*_XT*E*ffl."__",
Eighteenth street, bet. O and P,
Has opened a Branch Depot for the sale of his
popular California Wines and Brandies, at
No. 4SO J street, bet. Fourth and Fifth.
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FACTS, WITH PROOF I
THE SHOW WINDOW OF M-r-nTj
J Knetiitel contains the sample* ELL-*/
of* BOOTS AND SHOES to be found BMW
in his store, at No. 824 J street. Sacra- Sf gar
mento, where can be found the best KSI
quality, at the lowest Prices. He ■l__m.
UNDERSELLS all other houses. eaß_S»w
apl'J-Splm **** I
WATERHOUSE & LESTER,
'■7 ■ ■■_ — IMPOKTEBS or
, CW__J_oo_?a" IjXJ"J_VE"I3*EI*EI.
AND CARRIAGE TKIMMtNCkS,
700, 711, 713 and 713 J Street, Sacramento, j
Nos. 13 to 22 Boale Street...- -...San Eranclsoo
No. lafl Front Btr-Ct.._.....Q. 1-tf) —New York
DIVIDEND NOTICE.
SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION
tS'i California Street, cor. Webb.
FR THE HALF YEAR ENDING 38 TH
June, MSB., a dividend has been declared at
the rate of four and thirty-two one hundredths
(4 85-100) percent, per annum on Term Deposits,
and three and six -tenths (8 6-10} per cent, per
annum an Ordinary Deposits, free of taxes, pay-
able on and after Ist of JULY, ISM.
}e35-»fr LOVELLWaiTE,C«__ier.
LIQUOR DEALERS.
EBNER BROS.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WINES AND LIQUORS,
116 and 118 X st., bet Front and Second, Sac.
AGENTS FOB THE a_L-__-_L_LT__D
POXMEKY AM) GKENO CHAMPAGNE.
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CASEY & CRONAN,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALER
in
WINES AND LIQUORS.
PROPRIETORS EAGLE SODA WORKS.
No. 50 K. Street Sacriuncnto>
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A. H. POWERS & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO
WILCOX, POWERS & CO.,
NO. 305 X STREET, [jyl-lptfl SACRAMENTO
jPjg- SIS-XT *S
i turn mm
pi w ej EZSiT'sr"
$s ga Sp |p • __, rcidcrfEi worn. \
■in i .-ii-— I,. ■ _rt.ic- in. i ii. ■«___■____— a
1 fUI I i lilt lime ,Qr '^ 3 °^-''* fflJ :
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A FABULOUS discover v.
IVcrtli Millions to tho "_-t_a_M Fma..
Ky— Celery as a Cure.
The habitual daily use of this vegetable Is
much more beneficial to man than most people
Imagine. The writer, who Is familiar with its
rlrtues, is acquainted with many men and
ivomen who from various causes have bocome
<o much aflecteil by nervousness that v. hoc
hey stretched out their bands they shook like
ispea leaves, but by a moderate use of oolorj
hey became as strong In nerve as olhei
people. Wo have known others to be -.rod c _
palpitation of the heart. To this we may aft.)
that wo received of Dr. Heiuey, of Portland,
■:.-. ... a bottle of "Celery, Beef and Iron.'*
By oiose analysis we state mo preparation
called Celery, Beef and Iron Is what it .3 re-
presented to be. absolutely pure, and every
one engaged in labor weakening to the nerves
should use "Celery, Beet and Iron." We fUid
also according to the formula received, each
bottlo is composed of Liebig's extract of beef,
extract of celery, and pyrophosphate of iron
with condensed wine. These combined we
pronounce the best known remedy for any
inter of the nerves or neuralgia. Tho
most dellcato nerves, even of birds, we giva
celery, how much better will it subserve tho
wants of the human family f— l'rf. 11. 11. Oi«»«
_?i__wt in Journal of Chemistry. . .;.'~
' MANUFACTURED BY
TUTHILL, COX & 00.
(Successors to Dr. W. Hi-RLE*?,}
537 Ciay Street, below Mcr^gomer?,
• SAN FRANCISCO.
" — ■■ - ■_. . •-*,
,r%ic&eii€nj#Xr
Z7-r. •jy^mmtsßSS^^ZSS^'
WUCOX A WHITE ORGANS, L. K. HAM-
MER, General Agent, No. 820 J street, B_e-
•amento. bold on the installment plan. Ontem
"or TUNING promptly attended to. Old Pianos
taken in exchange. Sheet Music and a full lint
>f musical merchandise always on hand. Jas-tt
H. P. OSBORN'S
POD AND COAL YARD,
No. 800 I street, Sacramento.
as* Always on hand a complete stock of W oofl,
loal, C-iunxs, Charcoal and Kindling. O.uarljy
**slephon. No. 68. W. E OSBORN, Propriolor.
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