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SATURDAY'S NEWS.
;CO:«T>ENSED FROM SPECIAL DISPATCHES.]
Domestic.
The Broadway Railroad, New York, has
got as far as Broome street.
George "W. Julian has been appointed
.Surveyor-General of New Mexico.
The New York banks now hold $89,-
Tii'.iAJOO in excess ofle.^ul requirements.
Ten thousand iron-workers in the Ma
honing valley, I*u., are out on a strike.
At Leavenworth, Kansas, Saturday, Uob
ert Broadbas Fatally shot R. C. Jobson and
committed suicide.
George Axtell fatally shot three men
and seriously wounded two more in a
saloon ;it Deposit, N. V.. Saturday.
The sale of the revised Old Testament in
New York has been light compared with
the demand for the revisod New Testament
At Woodlawn, >id.. Saturday, Charles P.
Barnes shot and killed his brother-in-law,
Thomas 10. Brown, his (Barnes') ten-war
tild son, and wounded another boy.
The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Railroad has given notice that at the ex
piration of thirty days it will withdraw
from the Colorado-Utah Association.
The lately missing pastor, Rev. Oscar
Brown, of New York, is improving. He
talks rationally at times, but is still de
ranged, and does not know where he spent
the week.
In the construction department of the
Brooklyn Navy Yard 110 employes have
been discharged. A large majority of the
men have been workers in Republican as
sociations.
The Bay View Iron Mills at Milwaukee,
Wis.. closed down on Saturday night,
owing to a railure to sign the scale at Pitts
burg. About 1,500 men are thrown out of
employment.
The Republic Iron Works of" Pittsburg
have agreed to the Amalgamation Associa
tion scale. This is a break front the Sheet-
Iron Manufacturers' Association, formed
several days ago.
Local elections tools place Friday in sev
eral counties in Virginia. In Alexandria
the Democratic majority was cut down
from some to 13, while Norfolk, which
gave a Republican majority la>t fall, went
Democratic.
Niagara Kalis furnishes another sensa
tional suicide. Thomas McCoinb, a de
spondent negro minstrel manager, desper
ate over his small n ceipts, jumped into the
river Friday night from a hundred-toot
precipice, struck on his head and gave up
the ghost.
The City of Rome's collision, off the
Newfoundland coast, witli a French Bshil „
vessel, and loss of life, is severely com
mented on in maritime circles, as she was
north of her coarse, and running at an un
usual speed for foggy weather and taking
unusual risks.
President Harris, of the Northern Pacific
Company, says there is no truth whatever
in the statement recently made regarding
the leases of the Oregon Railway & Navi
gation Company, in which it was alleged
that the terms bad been settled and coun
sel instructed to prepare the lease for sig
nature.
The late General Stager, who died at
Chicago, was a member of the Telegraph
ers' Mutual Benefil Association, which
pays $1,000 to the heirs of a member on
his death. The General indorsed on his
certificate: "To be presented to the asso
ciation at my de. ith," and the instruction
lias been complied with.
The Brazos rive.- at 0 o'clock Friday
night had fallen -even feet from its highest
point at Waco, Tex. At least l">n dwellings
and business houses have been submerged.
Every available workman has been engaged
in cleaning the buildings and streets. The
estimated damage to the city property (not
including railroad property) will reach
$100,000.
.lames Tracy, of the detective force, and
acting as state agent, started from St. Louis
Saturday night for Auckland, New Z'-a
land, where he will receive the murderer
Maxwell, who killed Preller at theSonth
ern Hotel over a month ago. and bring him
bark here for trial. Tracy is accompanied
by special officer Badger, who will art as
guard. These "Hirer- will reach San Fran
ciscy on Thursday and sail for Auckland
on the tith of June.
The New York Tlmtt say.-: California
fruit has been a prominenl feature of the
fruiters' stock this wei !;. There have been
caees*of peaches from the Santa Barbara
neighborhood that sell readily for S3 and $5
si case, holding from 75 to 100 peaches.
They are packed green, bul l-w a chance to
ripen on the journey, which takes seven
days. Apricots arc worth $2 50 to S a
box, containing about 300. Cherries from
Los Angeles sell fors3 for a 30-pcmnd case,
while currants from the Pacific ■
cents a pound.
Foreign.
Ihi ■ liinese '■-,-. c ualion o( Tonquin con
tinues.
Minister Phelps i- bein-..' well entertained
in London.
Lessar, the Russian agent, has >f; Lon
don tor tin- Afghan frontier.
I' patches fi mi ' iibraltar state that an
earthquake shock waa felt at that
Friday. '
It i- i! •■[ thought in Ijondon that Lord
R ry - !:: : .--i'iii to Berlin was entirely
lory.
The majority ol the English peoj
to be satisfied with Gladstone.-! settlement
<■! the Afghan trouble.
Earl Spencer Is::- failed to remove Sir
Charles Dilke's opposition to the n
of tli'- lri: ii ( rimes Act.
Southern Hindostan has been visited by
a terrific storm. At Hyderabad a number
«;" i. .. - v, . re - : r ;;<-k and two officers of the
Hussars kilir.l by lightning.
The imi'i now '" ing raised in Ireland for
the U'lxMit of J;i:in-.~ Stephens, i
Fenian Head Center recently >■ •
from France, hui reached the sum i>!' £700.
Our correspondent ■■■■'. Mareei
no outbreak of cholera yet in thai city, but
there an i intiuued rumors of cases in the
slums of the city, a^ wo II :i> in the outlying
villages.
The /■ of Cairo, in :i
:s in a most offensive
way Englishmen in service in Egypt, ft is
• : . lit now that a second suppression of
the paper may !>.' deemed necessary.
It is asserted in .-onic f|uartcra at SI
Petersburg that Russia's acceptance of the
English proposals is dne to the Czar's
friendship for the British Cabinet and his
desire to do nothing which would hazard
the return of the Tory party in Kngland to
power.
The Irish papers of Nationalist sympa
thies deplore the alleged attempts to dis
credit the National League, in American
politics] attacks in the United States against
Eajara, 1 Treasurer of the old Land League.
United Ireland, I'arnell's organj appeals to
the friends of all factions in the Irish cause
to display more good will and energy, t lie
exercise of which qualities! it says, made the
Irish in 'America so potent in the struggle
between Knglnnd and Ireland, a few years
Pacific Coast.
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East I ■ laj .
ii.iry rirefi
Baturdnj n lercd oul a
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\ ■ M in tv. S iv. An
drew MeG itarton
in a ii -■:
Two ban :■ of tbe .
oiuiittetl by ; ; i
tcp irted.
The rtiuent at Store
Island wa .
afternoon until tin Isl of July. fh<
on band do n< I . 100. '
Mr,, Gnstave i
resiiU'nt of Stockton, was found <!■ ad in ber
reside eeatan ■ irly hour Saturday morn
ins. '.;"•;•■ cause was apoplexy.
The residence of 6. Goldman, corner of
Tenth s-i<l Main streets, in Portland, Or.,
■was putted by fire at 8 o'clock Saturday
evening. Tl»e loss to furniture is $1,500.
While the disease of glanders prevails no
bones are allowed to enter British Colum
bia except by the port of Victoria, and all
inch will he subjected to rigorous vetcrinaiy
examination.
Erie Elrod, iged about :i years, was
drowned while attempting to swim in the
Ooadalupe creek, Hants Clara county, Sat
urday forenoon. The body was recovered
about 1 o'clock.
Sealin- '" British Columl ta La over for
. on. The average of thirteen Vic
toria vessels is 400 skins : the largest i<
by one vessel is 3 ■ Phe season is
regarded asunproatable.
General Wiiiiam Kilgour, of Sterling.
111., died at_ Y os Ra tos Friday night from
the effec'^ of a woun d received during the
war of the Rebellion. General Kilgour
V*rtieipated in thirty engagements, was
three times wounded, and held the brevet
rank of Brigadier-General at the close of
the war.
THE AMERICAN TURF.
Baldwin's Kred» Second in «lie Race Tor
the Brewers' Cup.
[By Telegraph.]
Jekomk Park, May :'.Oth.— The weather
was muggy. The attendance was large.
The mile and a furlong, for all ages, Sam
Brown wou, Caramel second. Tolu third.
Time, 2:00. Half mile, for two-year-olds,
Portland won. Refrain second, Electric
third. Time, :">O. The mile and a furlong,
for all ages, Mikado won. Duchess second.
Himalaya third. Time, 2:00. The mile
and a half, for three-year-old fillies, Miss
Palmer won, Punka second, Buba third.
Time. 2:47*. Three-quarters of a mile
Wandering won. Girofla second. Guitar
third. Time, 1:19. The steeple chase over
the full course Captain Curry won. Abraham
second, Paterson third. Time, 4:10.
The World says of the Juvenile stakes at
Jerome Park: Among the first of the lot
to appear under the colors was Belmont's
imported i«lt Oil Was, followed soon after
by Withers Salisbury and George I.oril
lard's Electric. Next came Dwyer's pair,
with Kiteson. and the California pairs with
riders wearing their overcoats O\ er the silk.
The lot excited much admiration, especially
Portland, who had such an old, wear-ami
tear look about him that lie conveyed the
idea of being anything else but a baby out
for his first race. Within a lew minutes
of the time fixed for the race
the eleven were in Mr. Pincass'
hands, and taking their positions, they
were sent away to as level a start as ever
was made by a lot of two-year-olds. The
lirst to break the line was (iil Bias, closely
followed by Laura Garrison and Portland.
The last named, however, quickly took up
the running with Salisbury, Laura Garrison
and Mamie Black in immediate attendance.
As they showed on the main track Kelly
(blue) boarded Dwyer (red). But it was
only for a few strides, as with a quick rally
Mclaughlin sent Portland right out, and
taking a big lead at the sever, furlong pole
lie came away and won very easily by two
lengths, followed by Refrain, who headed
the Mamie Black colt and Electric. Just
before reaching the betting ring Electric
was a length and a half back, third, fol
lowed by the Mamie Black colt; Salisbury.
Fortuna, Mink, «.;il Bias, Buffalo, Preciosa
and Laura Garrison. The hist four or five
simply cantered in, having been eased up
at the' lower end of the stand.
<■[>>■ inn ATi. May 30th. — The Latonia
lark races were well attended. The track
was very muddy. The one mile, for maid
ens, all ages. Hazarus won. Handy Ann
.second, Glendon third. Time. 1:52. The
mile and a quarter Swiney won, Silvio sec
ond, Madi.-on third. Time. L':L'O. The two
miles and a quarter, all ages, for the Brew
ers' cup, Bob Miles won, Freda second.
April Fool third. Time,4:2s. In the mile
heats the first heat was won by Wbizzag,
King Kvrle second. Chili third. Time,
1:511. The second heat Whizzag won, R.
Monee second. Chili third. Time, 1:34}.
The one mih- Compensation won. Boreas
second, Constitution third. Time. 1:51*.
Galt Items.
The Gazette of Saturday has the follow
ing items .
John McFar'.and cut several hundred
acres of barley this week. Wheat and
barley is mat urine nicely, and in a week or
two harvesting will be in full blast. If we
do not have as much grain as usual, the
quality promises to be i xcellent. The gen
eral verdict is that wheat is filling "tn as
well as ever known, and will beol superior
quality. Crews for the harvest field are being
picked up and arranged by the grangers,
and soon the noise and whirl of machinery
will be beard in the harvest field.
The ravenous grasshoppers are still mis
chief-making in this vicinity. I, ark Quig
gle showed us a specimen oi wheat tlii>
week grown on his farm that looked more
like -nibble cleanly cut with a header than
beads "i' wheat The head- and two or
three inches of the straw wen- completely
eaten up by 'hoppers. We were alsoshown
branches of peach trees visited by grass
hoppers, with nothing remaining but the
fruit-kernels and wood. It is stated, how
ever, that the destructive pests have no
ticeably decreased in number during the
past week and that they are now confined
to a more limited area.
A bold robbery was committed al Clay
on Friday night, the 22d inst.. by a man
giving the name of Frank Howard, who
had been working in the vicinity fora few
day-- previous. He effected an entrance to
the store of Steele .v Ralphs through the
hark dour by prying off some iron bars
from across the door. He took qnitc an
assortment of goods, and then secured Mr.
Canady's horse and cart to make way with
his plunder. Part of the good*, with the
I, 'i >c and cart, were recovered next day.
the man going off afoot with a < Jolt's shot
gun and some pocket-knives. The goods,
horse and cart were tound at Mr. Maroney's
gate, on the Cosumnes river, where he evi
iiring capture.
A enuine old-time charivari \v;t^ ten
dered Dr. Moore and his estimable bride
last Wednesday evening at their residence
mi I! street. The event was one ol great
excitement and much intolerable noise.
Every cow bell, tin j>;m. cau, drum,
Lorn and other noisy instrument in town
was iir.iiuht into requisition, and the
charivari opened ui> with ;: thunder and
lightning overture and a go-whack-go
vvback ol the drums. The discord \v:i> full
"t' harmony and the ruelodj enchanting.
The bashful bridegroom and smiling bride
i the door and politely invited the
invaders in and tendered them the hospi
talities of ilr* house. A !<<■_■ Hi' lager \v;i.i
tapped lur refreshments, and this partaken
of, eudi i the festivities. The marriage
1 lsl Sunday of I»r. Moore and bride, Mrs.
Gear, was the fourth experience of both
the contracting parties in the wedlock bus
iness, hem ■ so much bashfulnesa nn the
. ion of their last effort.
r\> Emulsion of Pure Cod LiverOiJ
with Hypophosphites, in incipient con-
Btimption, possesses remedial powers >>(
great efficacy. It hr:il> the iiritation ol the
t!tr.i;it and lungs, makes pure blood and
lortifica the system against further iuroada
by iiisc;i-- !.
A Bavarian chemist is reported to have
invented an enameling liquid which ren
ders any species i if -ii in- or cement harder
than granite/ and gives it the indelible ap
pearance of any mineral that may be de
sired.
Complete Treatment, with Inhaler, for
every form of Catarrh, $1.
ASK FOR
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE.
Head Colds, Watery Discharges from the Nose
and Eyes, Ringing Noises in the Head, Nervous
Headache ami Fever Instantly relieved.
Choking mucus dislodged, membrane i
mill healed, breath sweetened, Emoll, taste and
hearing restored, and ravages checked.
Coughi Bronchitis^ Proypinps into the Thro.it,
I'ains in tile (hot, Dyspepsia. Wasting of
Strength md Flesh, Ix>.«s of Sleep, etc.. cured.
One bottle Radical Cure, one box ' atarrba)
Solvent lono l>r. Sanibrd'i Inhaler, in one I
riackafiei of nil drujojists, for SI. Ask for Sax-
roi:i)'s Hadical Ci r.r.. a pure distillation of ;
Witch Hazel, An Plnc,c£ Fir, Marigold, Clover
mourns, cte.
Potter l>r«K anil Chemical Co., Boston.
„ (•■•, j 5 jni. New I - ifl- for Shattered I
t^ 81 La *«* I V Norvc?, Painful Muscles]
WT,-,,!-..:'" and Weakened Orftaus. 1
VOLjAIC Collins' Voltaic £lei I
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6 * **l (^i}9 fect.s the nervous =\>:tera \
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Hi A CTCRS 1 1 " "1 " Ml a hialil.v
I W** medicinal Planter for
■2."' cents. All druggists. a»2l-oinM
Many a Lady
is beautiful, all but her skin ; ;
and nobody has ever told
her how easy it is to put
beauty on the skin. Beauty
on the skin is Magnolia
Balm. j

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SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS.
A party of twenty-five school teachers
i leave for the Yosemite next Wednesday.
i number of obscene pictures recently
;d by the police, were destroyed Satur
in the city prison, as lequired by law.
meeting of the Railroad Commission
held on" Friday, when the resignation
!. A. Girvin, the stenographer, was ac-
C. Stubbs and other prominent officials
tie Southern Pacific route left Saturday
ttend the meeting of the Tnnaooott*
tal Association at Denver next Wed-
Rev. Dr. Barrows, of the First f ongrega
tional Church, has received a six months
leave of absence on account of ill health,
and will leave in a few days for the East
and Europe.
It is generally conceded among railroad
men that the Central Pacific is in earnest
in ils purpose to have a reduction in lirst
elass overland passenger rates, as it will
increase travel to and from the East
On the voyage of the British ship Imber
home, from Calcutta to this port, Alfred
Elwell, a seaman, fell overboard. The
ship was hove to, a boat was lowered, and
search made, but without success. He wa.
- 18 years old, and a native of England.
The annual gathering of the clans of the
San Francisco Caledonian Club took place
Saturday at Shell Mound Park. The
weather was all that could be desired, and
the attendance was' the largest that has
paid tribute to any picnic yet given on this
coast.
The first two weeks' work of the School
Census Marshals show an increase of about
5,000 children. This increase will add
some $40,000 to the department from the
State school fund. The total number of
children, as shown by the tables, is 67,775,
33,830 being girls.
B. F. Blackburn, who was until within
two months ago employed as cashier on
the Evening Post, was arrested at his home
on Liberty street early Saturday morning
by District Detective Price, on a charge of
felony embezzlement, preferred by John F.
Sheehan, one ot the proprietors of the
paper.
The wrestling match at the wigwam Sat
urday night between Tom Cannon and Max
imilian i'eschia was a lizzie. The enter
prise drew very few spectators. Peschia
bears the soubriquet of the " Italian bull."
He won the first fall, but in the second
bout his arm was dislocated, and the match
was given to Cannon.
The Bradstreet Mercantile Agency re
ports 81 failures in the Pacific coast States
and Territories for the month of May just
closed, with assets $227,979, and liabilities
$401,1 1!', as compared witli 7a for the pre
vious month, with assets •■sl7 - vV>." ) , and lia
bilities $361,267, and 71 for the correspond
ing month of l-.M. with assets *-),">_', 77,--.
ami liabilities $659,497.
Memorial Day, graced with fine weather
and beautiful ceremonies, was- observed
Saturday in the customary manner. Hum
ness was suspended, the public offices and
( :ourts were closed, and the toilers in shops
and offices [aid aside the cares of their
daily avocations, and cither took part in
the proceedings of the day in honor of the
brave men who died in the war, or on
pleasure bent visited the ocean beach and
other suburban resorts.
Charles Denby, of Indiana, appointed
Minister to China, has been an acquaint
ance for twenty years of John I. Irish, ed
itor of the Oakland Times. In a brief ed
itorial note in his paper Colonel !ri-h
speaks of this acquaintance, and adds that
Minister Denby earnestly supports the
opinion of this coast concerning Chinese
immigration : in other word.-, is firmly op
posed to further Invasion of this country
by Chinese, and favors strict observance of
the law. sometimes too Loosely interpreted,
prohibiting, with some exceptions, such
invasion.
PASSENGERS FROM THE EAST.
[SPECIAL BY TKLEGP.ArH TO THE RKCOED-UNION.
Promontory I Utah), May 30th.- The fol
lowing overland passengers passed here
to-day to arrive in Sacramento June 1-t:
A. Ward. New York; It. <;. Nicholson,
Washington, i). </.; J. .1. O'Neill, St. Louis;
Miss Loutie, Paris; W. Gerhauser, Ger
many; 11. M. Isaac.-,. New York; T. B.
Berry, San Francisco ; A. I!. Willits, U. S.
N\: J. A. Hoag, Chicago ; J>. Rainey and
wife, 1.. 8. Denney, S. Lowrie, San Fran
cisco; M. W. Tobin, New York: H. Vogel,
Idaho; J. If. Bailey, San .lose.
Promontory (I tab i. May 31st. — The fol
lowing overland passengers passed hero
to-day, to arrive in Sacramento Jnne iM :
Mrs. E. V. Brown, San Francisco; Mrs. A.
Wood and son. Swansea, Mass.; George
Knoff, and wife, Mrs. s. s. Lendlofn, <!ii
« a_'" ; J. .1. Mack, S;m Francisco; MajorW.
I". Worth and wile, I . 8. A.; .(. Berscb,
Chemints, Germany; C. \V. Brown and
wife, Sail Lake; 15. W. Gaily and wife,
California; Leaniouth Gilcbrist and wife,
London : A. L. Thomas and wife, Sail
Lake; P. 11. Folsoin, United States Special
Agent ; J. 1! (.'row. Jr.. San Jose; Mr. Ha
veil. Salt Lake.
Newhall, May n>t. — Tlie following
overland passengers passed Newhall May
31st, to arrive in San Francisco June Ist:
Mrs. E. J. Day, Mrs. 0. A. Rea, Los Ange
les; <;. W. French nnrt wife, Santa Bar
bara; S. Koshland, San Francisco; Ira
Chandler, Santa Ana; 11. Brown, C. Law
son, Los Angeles; M. Harris. San Fran
cisco; D. Frey. Missouri; S. Cohen, Now
Jerusalem : Joe Young, Mojave, Vn\.
The Citron Tree.
The citron tree belongs to the same genus
as the lime, Lemon, shaddock and orange,
and it is among the most brilliant and
lovely ol fruit-bearing trees. When
ing wild it is a thorny tree about '-iu'lit feel
high, having pale preen leaves and purple
or white Bowers, th<- Bowers, like tho ■ i I
the orange, being exceedingly fragrant. In
the East i: is always in blossom, flowers
and fruit hanging upon the tree together.
The iruii. 1 '! like that of the lemon, is
much larger and deeply furrowed on the
outiide rind, which is. like the lemon-rind,
dt a pale yellow color. In China there isa
splendid variety of ihis fruit, iurp' and
b lid, and div ledat one end into live dis
tinct lobes, whence il is called by the Chi
nese the ''fineered citron." At Nice,
Genoa and Naples, also in the Wesl
Indies, the citron-tree easily endures
the open air, and it will grow in southern
sheltered parts "I England if shielded
by straw and mats in winter; but the 1 as)
is the natural home of the frail and only
in Madras or in southern China can it be
g^own in such quantity and luxuriance as
to make it an object of commerce. As a
fruit it is somewhat acid, but ii is rarely
eaten in its natural state. Th< portion val
ued is the rind, which is full ol highly
fragrant oil, and this rind, preserved in
sugar, bee trues .■; inosl delicate sweetmeat.
Tiiis conserve : .~ in particular demand at
two famous religious festivals^al Christ
mas, when ii enriches the traditional pud
ding and cake, and at the Jewish Feast of
Tabernacles, when it is in gi wl demand by
every Hebrew household. The citron iric
is grown in theS >uthern States of America
om a beautiful variety oi flowering shade
tree, but the great forests which supply the
citron of commerce are ;tii in the Pres
idency of Madras, a department of the Eng
lish Empire in the EJast Indies.^[Mrs.
Amelia E. Ban*.
A Disabling Disease.
Xo disease which docs not confine a man
to his bed so completely unfits him for
business as dyspeiwia. When the stomach
is foul, the brain is always muddy anil con
fused, and as the cares and anxieties of life
urea sufficient burden for the organs of
thought to bear,' without being tormented
by the miseries born of indigestion, it is
highly desirable for the brain's sake, as
well as for the sake of every other portion
of tlit 1 system, that the disordered stomach
should be restored with the utmost dispatch
to a healthy vigorous condition. This ob
ject fan always be accomplished by a course
of Hostettor's Stomach Bitters, the purest
and best of vegetable specifics, which evac
uates the morbid humors through the
bowels, rouses and tones the torpid stomach
and regulates the liver, imparts firmness to
the nerves and clears the sensoriurn of its
mental cobwebs. Persons subject to at
tacks of indigestion, bilious headache, ir
regularity of the bowels, sickness of the
stomach "or "the blues," should take the
liitters once or twice a day throughout the
present season.
Took them Cold. — A. lady of irreprcach
aWe veracity, who resides in \Vayl.e3b ro
gays, in substance, the following o'-cmrence
took f place In a prominent m "reliant a
-yard a day or so ago : A c w, seeing j
a pot ol peas cooking in the yard, went up
to it. lifted it off the lire with herb"n»,
waited until the pottage u.ol <1, and then
very quietly proceeded to least |Vui.>n ' er
fine dinner, rating all the peas in the pot. —
[Atlaula Constitution.
A case has been report e iin which on ex
traordinury miibrrtik of measles and pi ■ 11- .
monia among tiio children in ■ public j
institution was caused by sewer gas. ;;'
THE ARCH TRAITOR.
Jeff Davis Still Giving Evidence that He
is Unreconstructed.
>P.y Telegraph.]
Y.'ASiusGTos.Mav 30th.— Dr. A. Y. P.Gar
nett, of this city.while on a recent tripSoutli,
visited Jefferson Davis, with whom he has
had a long and intimate acquaintance. The
Star publishes an interview with JL>r. Gar
nett. in which the view* of the ex-Confed
erate President are given on the political
situation and other matters. l>r. Garnett
says: In the course of our conversation
Jefferson Davis alluded to the political con
dition of the country by saying tliat he
knew nothing of the present Executive,
and he had not yet progressed far enough
with his administration for him to form an
opinion. He seemed satisfied with the
members ol the Cabinet selected from the
South, but was not disposed, I thought, to
entertain a very hopelul view of our fu
ture, as he said the respect, love and ven
eration for the Constitution which ani
mated the citizens of the I'nited States be
fore the war had now departed from our
people, and that system of government
erected by our forefathers existed only in
name. He thought there were elements of
disintegration and disruption at work in
our midst which could only be restrained
and held in check by iorce; that the under
lying and fundamental principles upon
which our system of government was
erected, and upon which the Constitution
as it w.is before the war rested, were fast
becoming obsolete, forgotten by old men
and never learned by the young; that under
the rule of Republicanism during the war
and subsequent to it the Constitution \v;is
made a rope of -and, and that while this
party of so-called liberal ideas was pro
claiming universal freedom and equality on
one hand they were tearing down and
blotting, out the very safeguards and de
fenses which alone under our form of gov
ernment could secure it to them.
Speaking of Commodore Bollock's book,
which discloses the secret history <>t Con
federate agents in England daring the war,
for procuring ships, the doctor continued:
"Mr. Davis exhibited much feeling at
what he characterized as duplicity and
meanness <>f the English Government in
its conduct toward the South, and while
that Government would permit the United
States to purchase and take away ;is many
ships as it desired, there was alwayssoine
pretext found to prevent the sailing of
those vessels purchased by any agent or
citizen of the Confederacy, although such
vessels were entirely unarmed."
" Did you refer to the report (hat a peti
tion was to be presented in Congress in his
behalf." asked the reporter.
" I asked him if it were true," responded
the doctor, '• that he had authorized any
petition to be presented t" the Federal au
thorities to have his disabilities removed.
lie replied very emphatically in the nega
tive, and added that he had written an
open letter to the antborofthat petition,
calling bis attention to that fact. He said
he at all times bad been perfectly willing
to undergo a trial, if the Government
thought proper to brin^ on such issue, pro
vided ht was tried strictly under the pro
visions of the < '(institution."
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Postoffice at Sacramento on
Monday, June 1, 1885:
Ladles' List.
Baker, Miss Sadie Lansing, Mrs Clara V
Bennett. Miss Minnie Leeman, MissMariette
Blsscll, Mrs E A Logan, Mrs ])r T M
Child, Mrs Anna McClintic, Miss Dollie
Collins, Mrs Anna McDonald, Mrs Duncan
Court land, Miss Gertie Mckell, Mrs '. W
Crary, Miss A E Nicholas, Mrs Jennie
Crone, Mary A Peck, Mrs Emma
Hale. Mrs RC Perceval, Mrs Emmii-2
Davis, Mrs Mary Reining. Mrs Louisa-^
Dennis. Mrs M E Shlnskoskie, Miss So-
Diehl. Mrs X phia
Duffy, Mrs skun, MissDagmar
Erieksson, Miss Louise Tampkin,MissSophia-2
Glenn, Miss Bertha-2 Thompson, Mrs Fran-
Glover, Mrs Octa vine cis J
Goniales, Miss Victoria Webster, Miss Emma E
Hllderbrandt, Mrs C White, Mrs Elian
Holahan, Mr- A Weeler, Miss Blanch
liurll.urt, Miss Clara Wilkic. Miss
Johnson, Mathila Winthrop, Miss Lottie
Lamkin, Mr.- Dora Woodman, Miss Carrie
Gentlemen's List.
Ahart, Henry-2 Kiucade, W A Reardon, J C
A hern, Willie I.anghidge,WA nice. Geo W
Ames. Ed-2 Lee. £ .1 Robinson. T P
Andrews. Gco Mackenzie, 1" P Rutherford &
Atkinson, Jas Maker, Rufus \Virphy ft
linker. II W McGaughey, II Sale, \V II
Bloomfield. \V Mclsaacs. Jno Seanlon, RevE
Brcen, \v J McLellan, H Seanlon, Dick
Brown, J G McMillan, Jno Schuster, C H
Hurley, .1 I" Metzler, C J Selbach, Aug
linn, W 1' Miller A, Senflebeu, Otto
Hurt. 11 E Montgomery, A Shroland, X 1)
Carrier, F\V \v " Simpson, elms
Casperson, Mr Moore, Ivan N Smith, Gerald
Oalgetty Allen Moore.Frank L .Stalin, .Ino M
Dold. Pins Mullen. I. Steele, H
Ktiliug, Hurry Mughes. Jos Stewart, Jus
rur-l.y. JP ' Myer»,FH Stevens,TH
Fricdlander, 51 Key, Pat Sumner.Jß
Gear}". Jeff O'Connor, A Subra, StanlyJ
Geary, Walter Painter, Jake Swiekard, J C
lie if. i.e. Pearson, Jas Taylor. Frank
Held. Geo Peterson, M Teunant, It E
Hi rrington. A Pleper, Reimer Tuttle, II B
lie--. Arnold Porter, John Wateman.JC
lloovey, J.l Preston, Benj Wells, Jack
Hiinnell. FA Preston, Mr West, Joseph
Jaeobson, II Preston, A Whitney. 1) T
Jackson, Joshua yuinn. II E Wood, <; .1
Kelly. J C ('iuiun. Wm Woods. Wm F
Kennedy, It Quinn. Wm If Wray, Ed r
Keyere. Jack Kamsdile, W'l Zurnusb, Franz
Miscellaneous.
Pacific Box Factory, 621% J st.
Foreign.
Para I.ul Jodi de Lou/a Manocl Santos
Almedia Ira Da Albino ßodrigus
Al {iignor Kli.-i Monnicr Senor Don Matias Ga-
Benorita Dona Maria risa
Lois D Manuel Rivas
AI Slgnor Boitana An- Don Senor Ramon Scs
gelo maa
Chinese.
Wo Kcc Quong Lung
"ice Hin;; & '■ '0 Cong San
Tuck Lee Sun Lee
Wee Pong Sam l,ee
Wing Chung Ging Quang
CHRISTOPHER GREEN. P. M.
- aI^P $W 2
Absolutely Pure.
This POWDEU never varies, a. marvel ol
|i irit] . Btrcnr^h and who : o<OKCMess. More
economical than Ihe ordinary binds, and can-
nii be ro!< in i:oir.| etition v. i '•• then altitude of
1 iw test, short weli ht, alum or phosphate now-
ders. Sold vnhi xii auu. ROYii BAKING
POWDEB CO., ! 16 Wall street, New York.
W. T. COLKMAJi i CO., Axents,
3AN ... . ap2.v4;lr_
A QUESTION ABOUT
Browns Iron
Bitters \
ANSWERED.
■ ..,..- ■■■. _- - r . .-;-.. i
The question Una probably been finked thonsandfl '<
of timwi. "How can Brown's Iron Bitters cure every-
thing*'* W««ll, it d »«»su*t. But it dot* euro any dis**a»^
f >r which a reputable phynicinn would prescribe IHOS
Physicians reoojrnize Iron as the best restorative
Hffont known to th« profession, and inquiry of any
leading chemical lirn: will bubfitantiate the aasertion
that there are in ■ »re preparations ot iron than of any
other Bobstanco used in medirinA This shows con-
clnnTely that iron is ackno*rled^nd to bo thn most
important factor in Raccefmfnl medical practice. It is,
hoirever areraark^lilo fact, thnt prior to the discov-
ery of UN'S IK ON HITTERS no perfect-
ly satisfactory iron combination hid ever been found.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS&S
headache, or produce r<m--tipitir.n— oilier iron
nirdicinrsilo. »KO\V IKON HITTKKS
cure* Imli«<<>tinii, Kilion-m-H, WiaUncsSj
!»■ -i>i-i>-:::. .Tlnlr.rin, C'liiHn and FeTPr>i,
Tired Fecllnt(,<«cncral Oebility,Pnin in the ■
Side, Hnrk rl,iml)-4,11 ■ndiirlicnmiNonrni-
(Tia-for all them ailments Iron is prescribed daily.
BROWN'S IRON BlTTERS.n^n^ri
minnta. like all other thnronch medicine*, it acts
jlotvljr. Wiitm tiken by mi, th« first Fvniptfim of
hcnetit to rone-Tod energy. ThiMm«c!>>->then become
lirmor. thodiee-iti m imariTM. thn are active.
In rumr'ithob'lsctiinwtllTmxTuraiii'l.iTi 1 mirk»l.
I ha <\vc* begin at once to hriehton: the skin etaui
no; hMjUTool aroaaN«tnthschwk«: miiuumwi
diMppears; fanrtion«l dernrutPmonts beenme reiru-
lir. And if a n;ir*in£ ttinthfr. .^hnnfiirt mi-rcir.ni'9
)«f!tipplied for th» child. Rsmeiuber Brown's Iron
Bitters isth» ONLY iron mv<liciue tint is not in-
jan. ►'.18. rHjitlltllli limf .(,-:.'. rrc.'.r.m. ■ ■ i
The Osnxdna !•■■••• Tr^de M«rfc and rr.r«"<i red liaca
oaKT^pec. TAIvS NO OTUCJt.
';■ WSCELLANKorS. ■ :^:l
EFFENDI MAIER
A TURKISH PHYSICIAN AND NATURAL HEALER
Cures the following Diseases in the following space of time:
/CONSUMPTION, IN SIX WEEKS TO TWO MONTHS ; NEURALGIA, IN HALF AS HOUR ;
\j Paralysis, in from fourteen days to two months; Lumbago, in tight days: Cancer, from two
weeks to two month*, never to appear again; Rheumatism, in from two minutes to two days;
Seminal Weakness, In a month; Pleurisy, in a mouth; Catarrh, in from six to fourteen days: Asth-
ma, in from one to six weeks; Bronchitis, in eight days; Dyspepsia, in eleven days: Indigest'on,
in nine days; Gastric Troubles of the Stomach, in sixteen (lays: Lucorrha'a, in twenty days: Piles,
in thirteen days: Fistula, in three weeks; Pulmonary Troubles, in three weeks: Yellow Jaundice,
in eleven days; all Diseases ot the Throat and Lungs, in from ten days to six weeks; Disease! of
Women and Children, in three weeks; Cerebro-Spinal Miningitis, in three weeks: Bright I Dis-
ease of the Kidneys, in one month; Scrofula, in trom six days to one month: Taint in the Blood,
eleven days; Tumors, in from ten to thirty-tv o days; Impotenev, in ten days; Malarial Fevers, in
from three to nine days; Sciatica, in from eleven to thirteen days; Rupture, no more than two
1 months; Baldness, in two months; Toothache, in two minutes: Headache, in from one to two
days; Hip and Spinal Diseases, in from twenty minutes to nine days; Small-pox, in fourteen dr.ys;
Typhus Fever, in eleven days: Deafness, in from five days to two months, no mattei ol how long
standing; Open Wounds and Cuts, in from two to eleven days; Kidney Diseases, in from one to
two minutes, and Dropsy, in two months.
ALL THESE DISEASES ARE CURED BY HIS WONDERFUL
Prepared from herbs and roots grown in Palestine, under the very footsteps
where Jesus once propagated His blessed doctrines.
THE EFFENDI, which means in Turkish, a savant, is able to tell a person the seat of his dis-
ease without asking a question, to tell him his former course of life, and by his magnetism imme-
diately relieve his suffering.
Come, therelore, one and all, who are suffering from ailments which the so-called regular
doctors cannot cure, and give him a trial. His charges are moderate, and you will be wonder-
fully benefited.
KFI"i:XI>I MAIEIt can be found at his office from 9 to 11 A. M., and from 1 to 4 P. M.
Ho. 1116 Third street, between X and L ("White House"). Sacramento, Cal.
m9-Jplm
«• HUGH CASEY, 18S3
No. 50 (New Number 218 X street, Sacramento,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER OF
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WINES AND LIQUORS
•5* The attention of the Trade is specially called to his large and varied stock of all the
favorite brands of KENTUCKY WIIIsKIKh. Orders direct from Bond receive prompt and
careful attention. His large and well-selected stock of I'HILAUfcLI'HIA AMI NEW
YORK CIGAKS is well worthy the attention of the Trade. Also, rKOI'KIETOK
EAGLE SODA WORKS. m26-4ptf
tfISCELLA>'t:OUS>.
NEW YORK STATE!
, +
! The " Evening Jori:XAi.,"priut-
j ed at Albany, the capital of the
; State of New York, i 9 the best ad-
vertising medium in the State,
and the best daily newspaper.
Its Weekly edition is the leading
weekly in New York, and is sent
I for SI a year to any part of the
country, postage fr> c Every
subscriber to the Weekly also |
receives i;ratnilousty a copy for I
one year of the monthly maga- |
' zinc "Good Cheer." The Semi-
Weekly Jow.nal Is sent lor 52
a year, and with it is sent free of
charge for one year, the house-
hold magazine, " Good Cheer,
and the farmer's monthly, " Our
Country Home." Send for speci-
men copy.
W. J. ARKELL, President,
Albany, N. Y.
ml6-4ptf
THE " HOME SEEKER."
FIVE THOUSAND COPIES OF THE
"HOME SEEKER" were published lust
month and placed in the hands of those coming
into the State in search of homes Our agent at
Ogden goes into Ihe cars and places a copy in
the hands of each head of a family and single
person. The "HOME SEEKER" is the best
advertising medium ever ottered to those who
wish to extend their business to new settlers.
To hotel men and real estate agents it is invalu-
able. An advertisement in an ordinary publi-
cation, promiscuously distributed, does not meet
with more than one customer out of every hun-
dred people which it reaches. The "HOME
SEEKER is distributed only to those who are
coming here with a desire of buying immedi-
ately. Not 11 single copy is wasted. We have
received a solid support "from the business com-
munity of the northern halt of the Stale. The
continuous publication of "HOME SEEKER',
is an assured fact. More land can be sold by an
advertisement with us than any other way
known. We shall make the '• HOME SEEKER
subserve the best interests of the northern
half of the state. It is issued to promote immi-
gration and to locate the settlers in the northern
counties. We as the support of the business
wen of that region which we are laboring to
build up. Our work is imrortant to every
branch of business. If you want to help your-
selves, help us. ap"-tf
WILL CERTAINLY CURE
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore Throat.
Bronchitis, Influenza, Asthma, Whooping
Cough, Croup and Every Affection of th«
'1 1ir....;. Lungs hi. (t Client, including Con-
Mil 111 lon.
BtWARK OF COUNTERFEIT^.— genu-
ine has on the outside wrapper the signature ol
" I. BUTTS " and the printed name 01 the pro-
prietors. BETH W. FOWLE & SONS. Boston.
Sold by dealers generally. m'2B lyMThiwly
A PERFECT SHOE
FOR LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN.
OUR PRODUCTIONS REPRESENT THE PER-
fection ofShoemaUng. Look for our Name
on the Soles: J. & T. COUSINS, New York.
m6tojy6&slti ijalil w
A. Skin ot Beauty is a Joy Forever!
DR. T. FELIX COURAUD'S
Oriental Cream, or Magical Beautifier.
»pi _^mipt^ Removes Tan Pim-
x£s 3 «£SI?S«. I'l' 1 -. Freckles, Moth
**&«>* . /WM&£r\3 patches. Rash and
T,, _ S-- !&&=*£>^a kiD fl eases . and
— a j= %3 ©???'«*£ >^ y3i every blem-
= sw-=^i5 w -=^i Ws^r£3 f^\ sh on beau
r-£?o-f Ei£. '■>$ /Sv<F ty. and de-
"».««; F^»3^ I* 1 ]? fies detcc-
I — 'A^Z -<fr V £4 Hon. It has
s?i(*~:-" '-'^EV *yl 'ood the test oi
At' y ; -hQ Z/7thiity years,
B*?-^St-S4| \,<^3 ( '"id is so hnrin-
fy .-jkS^^JvsjSs? 1 ¥ \-" '' c Mir ° tlic
tJto>lm£tw£F%3k F" reparation is
\2&i< "'ivVV-ViV^ ■"• vS 1 #.' "p<rly mule.
,-^?f^;i-<',^.'-, t counterfeit <n
S£/..W^aTfwl-.T->,..---a a.'^avi> similar : ame.
The dUtlnguiiheU i)i L.A buyre said toalmiy
of the ( n(a patient): " -Hyou ladies \r .'
use them, I recommend GourCtJxFt Cream' as Chi
least harmful of all Hie Skin preparations." One
bottle will last si ; months, using it every day.
Also, Poudrc Sublilc removes superfluous hail
without injury to the sk in.
SIME. .M.I!. T. GOUKAOD, Sole Prop., 4S Bond
street. New York.
For sale by all I)ri!^2 : «ts and Fancy. Goods
Dealers throughout the United States, Canada?
a d Europe.
Beware of base imitations. Sl.fKWßcward !
for arrest aud proof of any one selling the same.
m t-CmM vcow
ASTROLOGY UTILIZED IN A NEW WAY.
ALSO, FORTUNE. TELLING, READING OF
the Past, Present and Future MRS. I. C.
ANDREWS, the well-known Fortune Teller and ,
Clairvoyant, 709 Seventh street, between 0 and I
H. Information given on business, love, court- j
ship and marriage. m_'6-lplm*
ODORLESSJXCAYATOR. 1
CESSPOOLS AND VAULTS CLEANED
\j cheap and free from all offensive odors.
Orders loft at Carpenter's Wood and Coal Yard,
426 X Street; or at Pacific Market, 725 J street, ]
will be promptly attended to.
ml6-4pBm * J. H CAMPBELL & 00.
JFthe bos Jw\
Price with Extra Ouality Blade. \V\ V ]
•1 50. PACIFIC SAW Jiro. V\ X •
CO., Nos. 17 and 1!) Fremont \?\
street, San Francisco. \ivV
■■■'■ atvt-4ntf>'MW W _
-.. -" "■ 'iS~ HalBted ' 8 !
rJ^r^Sf s£c'ugXro^ FpT n" ton Rh-
USB/ THE MODEL. \ I *J»>| BBroadway,8 Broadway, \
sfi^-rfouM'/jvc, W'/V I Oakland. Cal.
B^^Jt RELiwtF. . W1 *%1 i"mrl3 4p3rnM
akd siupir. • g *W F :
McMUNN'S ELIXIR OF
opium: !
Is the pure extract from the drug from which ■
all the hurtful properties are removed and the I
medical ones retained. No headache, costive-
— or sickness of the stomach attend its use.
Price, SO Ci-nts. All druggists. sS-IyTu'fnS
RAILROADS, STEAMERS, ETC.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
FOR HONOLULU.
mHE BVLENDID NEW 3,000- -*-
I Ton Steamships will leave the ■■'"j£^£m?*'-i
Company's Wharf, comer Steuart^2^i's3^i?*
and Harrison streets, at 3p. m.: 'Q^^^St
I«AKIPOSA, JANUARY Ist
I ALA3IKDA, JANUARY 15tb
Freight, »5 Per Ton.
♦S-H.-tcursion Tickets at Reduced Rates. For
passage or further particulars, apply to J. D.
SPRECKELS & BROS., Agents, 327 Market freet
corner Fremont. oIS-tf
BASKKQ HOUSES.
NATIONAL BANK
OF
D.O. Mills & Co.,
SACRAMEMV) CAL.
CAPITAL 8300,000.
ETJGAP. MILLS President
FRANK MILLER Cashier.
CHA«. M. PRODGER Ass' Cashier
DIRECTORS:
D. O. MILLS, EDGAR MILLS,
W. E. CHAMBERLAIN, C. F. DILLMAN,
FRANK MILLER. m 11-4ptf
CALIFORNIA STATE BANK.
Does a General Hanking tsaqiness.
*j- Draws Exchange on all the principal
cities of the world.
OFFICERS:
President N. D. RIDEOCT.
Vice-President -..FREDERICK COX,
Cashier. „ A. ABBOTT.
DIRECTORS:
C. W. CLARK. GEO. C. PERKINS
JOSEPH STEFFENS, J. R. WATSON,"
N. D. RIDEOUT, FREDERICK COX,
A. ABBOTT. m -
CHAS. CROCKER, B. C. WOOLWOP.TH, W. H. CBOCEEB,
CROCKER, WOOLWORTH&CO.
322 Pine Street San Francisco,
Carry on a General Banking Business. Cor-
respondents in the Principal Cities of the
Eastern States and in Europe. aps-lplm
UNDERTAKERS.
FEITZ & MILLER, I
UNDERTAKERS, B
Office in Odd Fellows' Temple, Ninth and i
X streets. Complete stock 01 I ndertaters 1 ;
Goods constantly on hand. City and conn- .
try orders promptly attended to, day or 1
night, at reasonable rates. jyl :
J. FRANK CLARK,
County Coroner and Undertaker,
No. 1017 Fourth street, between J and X.— I
Always on hand the most complete Stock of a
Undertaking Goods on the coast. Country j
orders, day or night, « 11 receive prompt at- |
tention. Telephone Number, 134. j6-4plm y
ij^wi.jM'TunigßewHrsMEata'roQrqaaas^W
I W. J. KAV A N A UGH/l
H UNDITRTAKKR, g
■318 J street, bet. Fifth and Sixth. Always onß
Khar.d a large assortment of Metallic and?
BWoodcn Caskets, Burial Cases, Cotans andS
■shrouds furnished. Coffin orders will receives
■prompt attention on short notice and at the.!
Blowetit r»tcs. Office open day and night. tj
ALL ROLLER
FLOUR MILL
Still Alioad.
OWING TO THEIR PAST SUCCESS, C.
McCREARY & CO. have recently added
\i.L the new and latest Roller Machinery for
improving their grade of RoLl FLOUR.
They now guarantee to furnish the Trade the
WHITEST AND BEST ROLLER FLOOR IN
THE STATE. mU-4ptf
C. SCHAEFER,
O O O I 3 :E3 :el ?
J»o. 89 Front street, Sacramento.
BEER KEG?, BUTTER FlRKlNS, *j^r*>
Wine Huncheons, Brandy Barrels, iaJi:^/!
etc.. on hand. Orders from the interior **fe(gSE^i
solicited and attended to. mIS-lptf
H. P. OSBORN'S
Wood and Goal Yard, No. BC6 I street.
WELLING! ON. SEATTLE, SCOTCH, SPLINT
and lone Coals. Also. Coke. Tine and Oak,
Charcoal, Pitch fine, and Pine Kindling; -l-toot
Second-growth Oak and Stove Wood delivered
promptly. TELEPHONE. No. r.9.
m2-4ptf W. K. OSBORN, Proprietor.
N. EWERS, "
HAS REOPENED THE GROCERY STORE,
at the comer of THIRTEENTH AND H
STREETS, with a 0 loice lot of
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Etc.,
And he will be glad to see all his old patrons '
and the public. Goods delivered to any part of |
the city. ni-J-
-REMOVED.
J. KLAERTEC
HAS REMOVED HI-> STOCK OF^.^,, i
BOOTS ami SHOES from 425 .1 St., toSSI
436 J street, opposite the Old Store' fcyjj.
(Suiter Building), where he will be happy meet to
his friends and the public generally. mJ4-lplm
"XJOTICE.— STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUN-
Xl ty of Sacramento. In the Superior Court.
In the matter of theestateof WILLIAM HICKS,
deceased. Pursuant to an order ot this Court
made the 28th day of May, 1885. notice is hereby
given that MONDAY, the EIGHTH day of
JUNE, A. D. I*Bs, at 10 o'clock A. M. of that day,
and the Court-room of Department One of this
Court, at the Court-house, to the city of Sacra-
mento, have been appointed as the time and
place for making a return to this Court of the
proceedings ol the Executors of said estate, un- 1
der an order of this Court dated the 21sl day of j
April, A. D. ISSS. authorizing the sale of certain I
real estate, situate, lying and being in the
county of Sacramento, State of California, and
described as follows, to wit: About I.' 60 acres
of land on the Cosumnes river, near Hicksville, 1
nnd commonly known as the Hicks Ranch, wad I
including tracts Nos. 81 and 82 of the Rancho
Pan lon de los Moijuelumues, and described at
length in the return of sales of real estate on
file in mv oflice. which said Executors have
sold at public sale to JAMES B. HICK.*, for the |
sum of twenty-four thousand five hundred ;
(&!4,500) dollars, in gold coin. And notice is
hereby given that any person interested in the 1
said estate may appear at the time and place I
above mentioned, and file written objections to j
the confirmation of the said ►ale. and may be '
heard and mi»y produce witness' 8 In support of '
bis objections. W. B. HAMILTON, Clerk, j
Dl2i>-ta; I
MISCELLAXEOUS.
HOUSEKEEPERS!
Tie most important matter in Housekeeping is to Buy Cheap, and then to know
where to buy.
J\AJ3 . O_ DAVIS
Nos. 411 and 413 X STREET,
INVITES PUBLIC ATTENTION TO HIS t^^Sss* •<* '
Furniture and Carpets! .Wm n
UUMUI'IMG or p''^^'^'.-" " 3.\ »'. X
Bedroom ami r»rl<»r S<'t-*, Chairs iiml fer3» 3"u'T:-!i.tlt**!^S 45^ t\P*
Korbeis, of many ilitTVrent ili'-i^ii»; I i; Sf**r"!i"''&Sj'f i sJ**S jf '"> ItS?
|to<ik-r:isfs anil \V:i nli ■» : V.lwl r^vp- jfcrSv^afiij ff" J 1§• \
ltru»Ml< :i»"l Itoilv ItriiDHeN Carpets of "i,'.~ r — ■*'*', "^~^ 4^* g T^w£*^Si'vr : \*)'v
rarest |.:ilt.!li~ l«Ull liuisl beauiiful .U- I j.»-)v*!iS'S;va; jj«sj%J*J*A^ rhii^U-; _..»< /^^"«»r
The superior qualities hu.l low prices At which VTi^S Rs If f : '^X'^ : 'iCS
these ■-:•'''- are s .1,1 place- Mr. DAVId in the §J^.]*,!i {jF fi^^BßJ^^-jC"»UJEfi
it'iuloMill con>|K - til"'r» H»i.^ # . .- S. '■^^K^lit'''' ' *- L ~^" '«
-ENl> FOR DKSCKII'TIVK CATALOGUE. *Ste-l , , ly^ffl^ fL^ff^j *P*~±£-*lcJSm*M
MfcRONAS
(OF THE LATE FIRM OF CASEY Jt CKOVAX),
DESIRES TO ASWOBSCB TO HIS FRIEND* AND IHK PDWJC THAT UK HAS TAKES TH» BTOBB AT
No. 230 X STREET (Southwest Corner of Third),
STOCKED THE SAME WITH THE FINEST OF
WHISKIES, BRANDIES, CHAMPAGNES & LIQUORS of all kinds,
*3- The TRADE and Purchasers supplied In quantities to suit. Thanking his old customers
for their liberal patronage in the past, he asks a continuance of the same In his new nuarlers.
His goods arc all FIRST CLASS, ana his prices the LOWEST.
StaT SOLE PROPRIETOR OF THE SACRAMENTO SODA WORKS. "m
Call arid Sco Ilixu.. npSMpCm
WEDICAU.
A CARD.— TO ALL WHO AUK SUFFERING
J\ from errors and imliscu-tious of youth,
nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood,
etc., I will send a recipe that will cure you,
FREE OF t'll\K(iK. This great remedy ih
discovered by a missionary in South America.
Bend self-addressed envelope to Key. Joseph t
In.man. 'Station V, Sew York. jySO-IyMWF
Y £> "DR. SYKES' SURE CURES
DR. FOR CATARRH." SURE
3YKES' CURE
When" you 1
DR. 11 11U11 AY U SUBE
SYKES' tto be cured Catarrh, CURE
DR. , try SURE
YKF.S' .. m sykks 1 SURE CURE." CURE
DR. You will not be disappointed. SURE
SYKES 'The great Chicago remedy. Es- CURE
DR tablished in IK7O. lias a na- SURF.
3YKES' tional reputation. CURE
i.t) —ask DRIGGIKTB fok IT— ;...„..
YKKS- Prl ™' »V , Si * " r *£ CURE
DR Chicago address: SURE
SYKES 1 Dr - c K. s > kes, ISI Monroe st. CURE
c .P.?a,.| BEDINGTON & CO. fYKE
DR. iL.VXf.LKT & N 'mICUAKLS. SURE
SYKES' | wholesale Druggists, San CURE
DR. Fbaxcisco. SURE
SYKES'i Agents for California. CUKE
Jeffl-IyMWF
I WILL PROVE
mO THE SATISFACTION OF 1.1. INTKI.I.I-
1, gent people that my practice anil system
in treating Dtaeatetof the Eye, Cancer and all
Cancerous Affec tons are the most successful
known. i invite inquiry and refer to hundreds
of cases of cuies elßcted little less than miracu-
lous. DR. 11. ■'• I'OuKSIEY.
928 O street, corner of Tenth, Sacramento.
mlO-lmlp
To the Unfortunate.
DR. GIBBON'S DISPENSARY,
023 Kmirnj' Street, San Francisco.
*^ Established in 1554.
ftj^i V; 4mWW potency, ekiu Diseases,
i»ui)___<l>*P%i?* i "«Sw etc •P crm(<lieut '>' Cllret l
ual 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 under the eyes, pain in the head,
ringing in the ears, noise like the rustling of
leaves and rnttliugof chariots, uneasiness about
the loin", weakness of the limbs, confused vis-
ion, blunted intellect, loss of confidence, diffi-
dence in approaching strangers, a dislike to form
new acquaintances, disposition to shun society,
loss of memory, hectic flushes, pimples and va-
rious eruptions about the (ace, furred tongue,
foetid breath, coughs consumption, night sweats,
monomauiii and tr< nuentlv insanity.
CURED AT HOME.
Persons at a di.-tance may be cured at home by
addressing n letter to DR. GIBBON, stating case,
symptoms, length of Lime the disease has con-
tinued end have mediclnespromptly forwaided
free from damage and cutlosity, to any part of
the country, with full and plain directions. By
inclosing ten dolla sin registered letter, through
the Poetofflce, or through Wells, Fargo & Co., a
package of medicine will be forwarded to any
part of the Union. The Doctor urea when others
fail. Try him. Mention the Rkci.kd-Usiox.
Address . DR. J. F. GIBBON.
ja24-4ptf l»«x 1!).">7. San Francisco.
For t5 years at 37 Court Place, now at
322 Market Street, T fiiiic<ri|]p Fir
Bet. Third and Fourth, JUUUIIJ V lilll, ,
A regularly edueatM sal legally qualified j '.;■ dcuo an-! th ■ *
oostsuccesiful, n» his practice will prove.
Cures all forms of PRIVATE,
CHRONIC and SEXUAL BIS-
EASES.
Spermatorrnca and Inipoicncy,
9IS the result of self-abuse in youth, lextai excesses in r.it-
turcrjearg. or other causes, mil produi in:; torn* of the fol-
loving eilect-i: NerTouineu, Seminal Rmitnoos, (ni_;lil fmij*
■i ■:.■< by drcurutt). Dimness of fc-iplit. Defective Memory, Phj-
■l aID-'fiiT, l'im [il." ion Face, A version to Society of Females;
Confusion of raeti, Less of Sexual PoTrer, Ac., retiderio;
marriage improper or unh«iir » ire tborcuglilv au<l perma-
nentlr cured. SYPHI Ci IS r*>»iiii'ely cuml aiviea*
e v'-_^i i ' : " Iromtae ■*«*£■ Gonorrhea,
GXjJCjXjI* Striciurc, orchitis. Hernia, (or Itayiurcj,
titt-b and other private dj^fiiim quickly cured.
li self-evident that aphy tlebui ■«■!»• pa\ BpeofalAttentfoD
to a certain class of diseases, and treating tbou&ind* scna-
ally, acquires i;nat skill. jsici^ns {mowing this fart often
reeommi tid persons t^ my care. When it I>- lnconm Ito
vi.it the city for treaunoiit, medfctaet era be sent privatelj
•Dii saffly by mail or express ■Lnv-vbere.
Cures Gnaraxitcod in all Cases
undertaken.
Cn:i*ulL.-ut«as personally or ty letter frc and i:. 1 . i 1.
Cbargej reasonable ami correspondence strictly eanfidnUKaL
PRIVATE COUNSELOR
Of 200 pa^cn, iH-'nt to any Bddro*< ( Pf^urely oaled, for dirty
(30) ocnts. Should btt read br a!I. Addre»t jl.-, abmo,
Office Troiu &A. M. to 9 *". U. Sundays, 2to 4P *
Qb. Should be read by ail. Address uai rva
loun ::■ . . aA.M. to ,P. M. SuuJa>£, italP t
No. 820 J STKEET, SACRAMENTO,
CHICKERING& SONS' PIAKOSfrfP
Wilcos & White Organs !
«S-Just received a New Stock of AC-
COEDEONS, aAKMOKICAS, etc., em-
bracing all the latest styles.
Country orders promptly and carefully nt-
tendo<l to. at lowest prices. njS if
SACRAHEHTOPLASIHG MlLL||sj^|
I MANTFACTURERS OF DOOKS, J :\.\U \
iVi Windows, Blinds, Moldings, Sf&dxe-q.
Finish Door aud Window Frames. ***>&/==£:
Brackets and Turning Stair Work r._>'Tn;|^___:
a Specialty. ■ — li -
«s- Corner Front and Q streets, 9£-
Sacramento. 1 •—'^- = — I
HVKIWELL, lIOTCHKISS & HTAUUIK.
mffl-4plm
JOHN DOYLE,
1041 li street, Sicritinento.
ALL THE LATEST STYLES OF SHOES /-w
cjfitle and put on here in first-classjf/^vfe
style. First Premium at State Fair, ISM. m jjj
for band-made Shoes,. Shoes now on ex- v v
■ hibition at World's Fair, New Orleans. All wort
' warranted toehe Rood satisfaction ornocharge.
: 4^-Rca inters aud'frotters a specialty. m2O-lm~4p
HORSESHOEING.
F) N. JOHNKOM IS BACK IN HIS OLD >-k
\l, stand. Fifth street, between X aii(i/y~\t
!L, and will be glad to see his old friends II II
j and customers. All Shoeing done in mod v v
era style, latest and most scieutiac principles.
iniMplm ■ ■ '
PIONEER LIVERY STABLE.
IT. D. •( i;il i;;;, .... Proprietor.
HACKS ON- CALL AT ANT HOUS,,/»_
day or night. Coupes, Phaeton.".* V l *'
i Rjckaways, LnroucheE. Bupgic-F, with "
; tue best roadsters to be found in an; livery
! stable ou the coast, for hire. Horses tepf i"
liven at reapop.;ir.l(> rate* Livery s-tahle on
j ffnartf* itreet. between land 3.__ Irl-tl
I _s £- BUYS A CORD OF STOVE WOOD.. OB
: JpO a TuX OF COAL, at the C. O. D. .V.ood
1 and Coal Yard, No. 401 1 street. All orders
1 promptly delivered to any part of the city.
| v . ._■,'-•■ ' ini;-tf
MEDICAL.
MEBVOUS DEBILITY.
1 .-1 M:n.h0.,.1. i'r.-n.i'iir.- ItTvnrTwniriitfii*.
DmlnxitiuUliromiModirbllltyln >i.-n from v*r]j
error, igi onusce, vkv it rxi-. -si s OuKUiy and Kiutlly
'. ured without ronnncmriit br tin
CIVIALE TREATMENT"
now firmly «i ati , i,,,'|,, America »«>li'ly .... li.m,
FkcEl" oumt»t ii.«inlr.-r»,(iH'ttoU)is, or curio-
rlty«rrkrrs>. lai-ga Uliutratod vroi k on HU,a«.« of
thi- «..imi...l rlnurt Circin... Itruln .. ...1 N.r>.".
(SeatatLfortccntsinataniii*, 01r< iteatlmuniala, boat
?:;■-; j" ' '"''>'■■;■ ','.'.>' ;:'"""•• *<•. «-.n.iiii,ition Vr*c
<|IVI\I.K Alii:M:v. '• fiillon M,N f » York.
/^LosTf%DR, LIEBIG'S
fl^Hff GERMAN
IhealthV IMVIGORATOR.
nnHE OLDEST, GREATEST AND BEST RKXI-
JL edy for the cure of Nervous aud Physical
Debility, Vital Exhaustion, Seminal Weakness,
Loss of Manhood, Failing Memory and Relaxed
and Enfeebled condition of tholiealto-Uriiiary
Organs. ;
It speedily cures Impotence, EnTly Do-
cay, Loss of Vigor, SEMINAL WEAKNESS, end
alfthesadeffectBof youthful follies n;ul 11'j'jso
or EXCESSES OF MATURITY.
It permanently prevents all rniiatv.rai
Loss from the system, as thousands can attest
who nave used the Remedy In the past quarter
of a century which it has been before the public.
It in Indued a wonderful remedy— Uminß
the nerves, strengthening the muscle*, checking
the waste, Invigorating the whole system and
restoring the afflicted to HEALTH and HAPPI-
NESS.
The Doctor will agree to forfeit 81,000 for n
case undertaken not cured. The reason so many
cannot get cured of Weakness and the above dis-
eases is owing to complication called PROBTA-
TORRHKA with Hyperslhesia, which require.-*
special treatment.
Dr. l lnvjgorator, No 2, with o'.ir pecu-
liar special treatment, is the only cure for Pitcs-
tatokrhea. By it Manhood is restored and the
hand of time moved back from age to youth.
l'rice of either Invitjonitor, #8. ('Kj.e of
six bottles, £10. Sent to any address, covered
securely from observation.
Dr. Llebig .V Co. treat fuccessfully by Ho-
moeopathy every form of SPECIAL, PRIVATK
or CHRONIC DISEASE without mercury or nau-
seous drills. If vitality is drained from tho
body, numerous diseases follow that baffle ordi-
nary medical treatment. If allowed to continue,
the unnatural loss causes Consumption, Dia-
betes, Blight's Disease, Insanity, etc. Cuie«
guaranteed. Diseases of the Kenlto-urinary or-
gaus, kidneys, liver and bladder specially treat-
ed. DISEASKS OF WOMEN m'kk.;.ii.y OI'KKD.
Qualified and Keaponalble^— Dr. Lfehta A
Co. from bops are regular coMtge educated
physicians, and are. now in their nineteenth
year of special practice.
If pirn les appear on the fact- and body, if jou
become listless and easily tired and exhausted,
look oat for the complication with temii'al
Weakness discovered at the LIEBIO DISPEN-
SARY, known as l*ro»t»torrh«:v. DR. LIE-
BIG'S INVIOORATOR, No. 2, is the only knowu
remedy for the above complication, Vr»!.ti»-
torrliopA.
Most powerful electric belts free to patients
TOPEOVKTIIK WONDERFUL POWBB OX THE IN-
VIGORATOR A $2 BOTTLE 01VKN Oe B£NT IT Kit.
Consultation free and private.
LIEIIIG DISPENSARY.
400 Geary street, San Francisco, Cal.
Private Entrance, 405 Mason street, four blocks
up Geary street from Keamy. Main entrance
through Dispensary Drug Store. dS-ly&wly
THIS GREAT STBEHGTHEHING REMEDY
JkTERVE tonio
0 B"J*JL ! " 'CI i S)| 3 V ATE KKSLLI of
1 Ssl/M Jf^^^>oll\ over twenty yeats of
1 3 j|'^^ ; »>-S.~*>j*AJ.B,S practical ex[>eri£nco
I|f4^=-. *^3if'%lia' 1 v a TiIOKOKCIH-
M-v/B IV QVAI. » FIKD
".'vfiKEi vmQvb wiHgkaduatk i'hr;
•VE^S'<®^%iBa : :S j SICIA?:of oneolihe
RlE&'*fc J ('*V!nSs£iili M Z he ' )l n'fl'tal col-
SiP^.'/i^^(K>fi?/|j|HleßeBcf Europe.
S^W I 'iM?'*?'tr-^il#'P 1 * l posltivi'lrcnren
JiP. li^~--^t. t i ! » f|^Nervous and Physical
EiLywVE^AlUHil^bility, Seminal
'!BBB3BSSaSW Ig2HaBBMB'1 g2HaBBM8'' v ' ■'' '-■■■-'• .Spe r id a-
&t • * m wiiw Cf . torrhcea, Impolency,
r\r\\t*\ «\-r\\^n sfi 1 no 1 Prostatorrhaja, Hy-
Q3i\XS^WC\\A9jQnVs3b'.p eras thc*ia (over-
"' 1 1 ■■■■■"■'■■fensitiveuefcS of tie
parts,) Kidney and Bladder Complaints, Impari-
ties oi the Blood and Diseases of the Skin.
It permanently stoiis all uunaiund weak-
ening drains upon the system, however thty
occur, preventing involuntary seminal losseH,
debilitating dream*, seminal losses with tie
urine, or wnile at stool, etc., so destructive to
mind and body, and cures all the evil effect* oJ
youthful follies and excesses, restoring Vx-
haußJed vitality, Sexual Decline and Loss..!
manbood, however complicated tho cum
may he.
A thorough as well an a permanent cnie
and complete restoration to perfect health.
Strength and Vigor of Manhood is >J>K»luu<.y
guaranteed by this Justly celebrated and re-
liable Gre»t Remedy. Price, 82 50 per boti'e, of
five bottles tor JIG. Sent upon receipt of pm c-
or C. O. I)., to any address, secure from obsen a-
tiou and strictly private by
DR. C. D. SALFrrao,
216 kearny Street. SAN FHANCISC.I, Cai,.
TRIAL BOTTLE FREE,
Sufficient to show its merit, will ho Bent to May
one applying by letter, stating his Bymptoc*
and age.
Coimiltiit lon* Ntrictly confidential, ->■ let-
ter or at oSice, free.
For the convenience of patients, and in cr<l< r
to insure perfect secrecy, 1 have adopted api I-
rate address, under which till pac.kaire* are fi' r-
warded. ,
SPECIALIST AND GRADUATE,
No. 11 KKAKNT STKEET.
mREATS ALL CHRONIC, PRIVATE AND
.1 Special Diseases with the same, wonderful
success as of old.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
SWgrr^-^'TV^.-^V.a I" a never- failing euro
Ss^ ; i^-iV-' ; '<-;--Kc;,-3 for Nervous Debility,
BP*9?2S!?^ssxSl Exhausted Vitality,
W&?/ (CL X '^3^ Seminal Weakut ss,
fi'"/ J& 'vA 'r'* Sperm«torrh«-«. tost
v^jl... ff. — :<fe* 1 V-y Paralysis, ana all Iho
6,3/--^. r.^'F £* terrible effect* of seif-
v*-''-" >ji)> .iv' abuse, youthful follies
Bs\ ■* >^L4<rfiif?'>'/£st. nndexcesfef In mature
S^^J^^gg^a years— such as Loss of
|^®^|eB^sSa Memory, i^tu.'e,
TJg^Stf^Jill^^^gl Nocturnal Emissi.-ns,
Aversion to Society? Dimness oi vision Koires
In the Head ; the vital BuM passing unocisrved
in the urine, and many other diseases tnat lead
D £ MirNxiJTwho is a regular physician
(gi iduate of the University o f , Peu , u £(' I{.Bfl^1 {. B f 1^ ) < ( ? t I "
ague to forfeit Five d^£JSS.%ftJstj!
cass of this kind the VITAL Kfc>TOfcATl\ X
(under his special a.lvico and treatment) will
lot cure? or for anything impure or injurious
foundin it. DX MINTIK treat* all Private
Diseases successfully without mercury. Con-
gultation Free. Thorough exaratoatu.nacd
advice, including analysis of urine *ii. Price
ot Vital Restorative, #1 50 a bottle, or four
times the quantity, 85; sent to any address
upon receipt of price, or C. O. D., secured fr. m.
oWnation. and in private name If desired, bo
A. K. MINTIK, 'SI. I>., No. 11 Kewiij
street. San Kranclseo, Cul.
' ' SAMPLE BOTTEJE FRPR
Will be sent to any one applying by letter, fiat-
ing symptoms, sex end ape. Strict secrecy in
regard to all business transactions.
DR. MINTIK'S KIDNKT lirc3lKl>Y, >K-
pHßKTlCCntl,cnreeal] Unds of Kidney »nd
Bladder Complaints, Gonorrhflea, Gle-t, Leu<or-
rhita. - For sale by all Druggist!, ; 81 a bottle ; six
bottles for «5.
DX. MINTIE'S DA>'I)FXION PII.UJ «ro
the best and cheapest . DVSI»L;r-.IA a»d
BIXIOUS cure in the market. For sale by all
Dreejrkts.
KIRK, GKASY & CU., Baenunentn, m •-. lcsalo
Agents' my9-!ply&<#vly

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