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PACIFIC SLOPE.
OPERATIONS OF THE RENEGADE
APAIHES.
Verdict of Murder at Colusa— The
Placer County Shooting Affray-
Weather Items.
ISPM/tA AI. DISPATCHES TO THE KECOBD-L'SION. 1
CALIFORNIA.
Weather Reports.
[one, June 9th. — An unexpected and not
unwelcome rain visited tone valley last
night, and it is still cloudy to-day. It will
not hurt the hay much, while corn and
late wheat will be benefitted. It is said
that the cool weather for the last few days
has also checked (he progress of the grass
hoppers.
Pktai.oia. June Oth. — Following the
heavy wind yesterday, rain set in at 10:30
last night, felling in several short showers
up to 12:30, after which a drizzling rain fell
up to an pearly hour tins morning, the rain
gauge scoring a fall of .10 ofan inch. The
weather is again clear,' with a strong west
erly wind. No damage will result to the
new mown hay. The acreage cut for hay
for exceeds that of any former year. This
confirms the prediction of a light grain
crop, probably one of the lightest ever har
vested in the county. The unpropitious
season, tin- Hessian fly and rust are the
causes. Of the cereals, barley is the only
successful crop.
Merced, June 9th.— light shower of
rain fell here last night, just enough to lay
the dust. At the present time (12 St.-) it is
quite cloudy, with the wind from the north
west.
Shasta, June Three-tenths of an
inch of rain has fallen hero since last night.
A cold rain is still falling, with indications
that it will "continue all night.
Auburn, June Oth.— About .l."> ofan inch
of rain fell here last night. The weather
for the past week has been quite cool.
Redding, June 9th.— shower of rain
fell here lost night, continuing all day to
day.
Report from General Crook.
Sax Francisco. June 9th.— The lollow
inc telegram has been received at the Pre
sidio : fe
lv MlNii, N. M.. .luno :. 18S5.
'/, the Atlitiliiitt-iitiiri-itl. Division nf Pacific,
/-,,...- Franeinco : From reports from lieu- '
tenant liavis just received it is probable that all
the Indians have crossed the railroad, having
got past the troops in Stevens' pa; except a
party of six or seven bucks and a feu women
and children under Magnus, who left the main
party In the Mi >llon mountains. The party, it
is assumed, is now west of Hillsboro, moving
south; with Captains Chaffee and Wallace on
the trail. The scouts think that the main part
ofthe women and children are already in Mex
ico, though ii is possible that pLawton may inter
cept them. 1 have seme hope thai ran ford,
who left Sepac at o'clock yesterday morning
with scouts and a company ol cavalry, may be
able to intercept some of them. Davis has orders
ta join Crawford us soon as possible,' who will
then follow the trail into >>Mxico.
GEOKGE CROOK. brigadier-General.
San Francisco Money Market.
Sax FKAycisco, June 9th.— There is a
quiet demand for money at the .commercial
hanks. Wheat borrowers are expected to
be putting in their claims. Rates remain
us tor some time, say (i to 10 percent, as ex
tremes, with very little doing at over 7.
Call loans on prime collateral pan be had for
less than 6. Most of the local savings banks
are demanding "on city real estate securi
ty. The French Savings and Loan Society
lias recently made one loan of $1 ,400 tor
two yrears at 7, and another of $3,000 for
four year- at the same ate. The German
Savings and Loan Society has made two
loans of $7,750 for one year at 7. The ili-
irnia Savings and Loan Society has made
three loans of $"i.Buo for one ear at 0, and
one loan of $1,500 for two years at the same
rate. Private capitalists report some small
loans on real restate at 7. 8 and 9 per
cent, respectively. The time for declaring
the usual semi-annual dividends of the
San Francisco savings banks is near at
band. The Pacific Bunk has announced a
dividend of 5 per cent, for the six months
ending June 3 Ith, payable on the Ist proxi
mo. The dividend disbursements in July
will be larger than for any previous month
since January, and will place consider!
money in new channels. Exchange on
New York is in good demand, now that
there are uo longer any silver certificates
availablcas a remittance cover. Drafts on
New York arc '-'"V for sight and 25 for tele
graphic; Sterling bills on London. 19 3-1 Od
for bank and I'.iiid for commercial : refine I
silver, lii'.fpil"'. percent discount : Mexican
dollars.' Bs^ 8o»c apiece.
Deaths from Paralysis ami Cancer.
Santa ("r.t-/. June 9th.— W. li Hobbs, a
prominent business man. and formerly
County Superintendent of Schools, died
here to-day of paralysis.
Colonel Archibald McKindry, an officer
of the famous "California Hundred" of
I the late war, died here to-day from cancer.
His remains will be taken to San Francisco
for interment.
Death of an old and Well Known Citizen.
Grass Valley. June 9th.— l*. S. Murphy,
an old und well-known citizen of this place,
died at noon r.-.iav. He was a member ot .
the Order of A. O.U. W.
Art Loan Kxliibition— Antl-Cliinese Club.
Los ANiii:i.Ks. June 9th.— The Art Loan
Exhibition opened to-night, under the
auspices of the Native Sons of the Golden
West, with $200,000 in pictures in the hall.
A ureal crowd is present.
The Anti-Chinese Club, numbering (300.
is preparing to receive Dr. O'Donnell: The
club is determined to drive out the Cbi
i.ii: Angeles Catholics and the American
i lag.
Eos Anof.i.es. June Oth. — Considerable
feeling was evinced this morning, us a re
sult of the statement in the Tildes that the
American llag bad been barred from en
trance to the -cathedral Monday, on the
occasion of the funeral of Dr. Gelcich. The
Kfcniii'j Esj.rc-ix investigated the mutter,
and found that it was understood before
hand between the Grand Army officers and
the officers of the church us to the part to
he taken by the former, and the under
standing was carried out. In an interview
with Bishop Mora, he said: •' 1 want it
understood that the Catholic Church is not
opposed to the American flag, but loves it.
and I was therefore pleased to see it on tin
Napa County*!* \Vlne Product,
St. Helena.. bib. — Opinions vary
among vineyard men here as to the prob
able quantity of wine product this season.
Some estimate it as high as 2,000,000
gallons' being about half that of last year.
Grapes will be fit to gather this season six
weeks earlier than last.
Confession of the Santa Clara Connty
Firebug— Verdict of Miieide.
San Josi:, June 9th. — James Bee, the In
cendiary, to-day made a full confession of
the crimes with which he is charged. He
admits having set all thr- lircs that occurred
here on the night of May ."><>;h, those at
Milpitason the night of "the 31st. and at
Santa Clara last Monday night. He denies
any knowledge of any other persons en
gaged in the same business, und says his
intention was to teach the monopolists und
Chinese-lovers a lesson. He will be ar
raigned on two charges to-morrow.
Tiie Coroner's jury to-day found that 11.
Bi-aun. found dead in St. James Park yes
terday morning, shut himself in the head
with suicide intent.
Held to Answer-Knights of Pythias.
Nevada; June 9th. -Lewis ijonski, whe
was arres.ed several days ago fir steal
ill;; money and gold-dust from a store at
Washington, hud his examination to-day,
which resulted in his being held for rand
larceny, with bail fixed at $3,000. l/mski is
an ujihol-terer. The stolen gold-dust was
found hidden in a chair cushion which he
made while at Washington, and which he
refused to se!i a lady who wanted to buy it.
The Knights of Pythiasof Nevada county
will give a grand picnicat Storm's ranch to
morrow, if the weather permits. Colonel
Guthrie and Staff, from Sacranu-nto. arrived
this evening, and were escortnl from the
depot by the mountain division, headed by
a band of music.
The Christian Valley Shooting Affair.
Acßl t.v. Juno !Uh. — The examination of
Andrew li.-okuw. who shot G. W. Haines
at a school election in the Christian valley
school- house last Saturday, was bad lay,
and Brofcaw waa placed uhd-er $2,000 bonds.
The wounded man is doing us well as could
be expected. His physician removed one
ol the bullets to-day." The other bus not
been found, und may yet prove fatal;
Murder in tin- First Degree.
Colusa, June 9th.— The jury tbis after
noon returned verdict of murder in the
first degree, without fixing any penalty, in
the c : -'■ of Charles Dew.tt. for tin murder
of Dolly Sullivan at Willows May 10th;
M.V ADV. I
Tire in Chinatown.
Eckeka, June. 9th. — Late last night a lire
broke out in a two story building in the
center of the Chinese section of this city.
The fire, when discovered, had gained con
siderable headway, and a light wind was
blowing st the time. The fire department
did excellent service. Three two-story
shanties were burned out. The loss is
probably $2,500, with no insurance.
He Drew it Toward Him, Muzzle First.
Ei-reka, June '.ith.-— very sad accident
occurred this afternoon, at about -1 o'clock,
at Crawford's ranch, some fifteen miles
northeast of Eureka. A hunting party
from town, consisting of Felix Maginnis,
('.-.-.v- Rossetti, James Hughes and Louis
Monaco, had been very successful in shoot
ing game, and were about to return to
town. Hughes, complaining of his boots
hurting him, laid down for a moment on j
the rear seat of the vehicle, and while rais- j
ing himself up to allow Rossetti to get in
alongside of him, he took hold of the bar
rel of his breech-loading shotgun, which
laid crosswise on the floor of the wagon.
When he had about assumed an upright
position the gun slipped through his hands.
the spring striking on the side of the vehi
cle, which caused an explosion. The con
tents -'I' the piece struck the left side of his
lace obliquely, tearing it away, the entire
charge entering his brain. He died with
out a struggle. Deceased was for many
years a barkeeper in a prominent saloon
here, was single, and -about 30 years of age.
OREGON.
The Portland Mayoralty— Grand Lodge,
I-, and A. M. — Firemen's Tournament.
Portlasd, June 9th.— afternoon the
Democrats nominated Sylvester Pennoyer
for Mayor. It is regarded as a strong
nomination, and the Republicans will have
bard work to defeat him. As goes this
city SO goes the State, ami the importance
of the ejection on the loth is causing Re
publicans who have been asleep to wake
up. To-morrow they will make a nomi
nation.
The Grand Lodge of Masons is now in
session here, and is well attended, there
being 2150 present. ' ••".- ;'- ■''.-"'
Three steamers left this morning, loaded
with passengers to attend the Firemen's
Tournament at Astoria. -
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SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS.
The Executive Committee on the Fourth
of July celebration has decided not to have
a display of fireworks in this city on that
day.
Lewis Fitcher, a lad employed at the
Palace Hotel billiard-rooms, is under arrest
for stoning a Mongolian on Thursday last,
and destroying the Celestial's right eye.
Nine more petitions, setting forth claims.
to the Rancho de Nana, were filed in the
I " nit ti I Suites District Court Monday. So
far, about a dozen claim.-- have been filed.
About $1,000,000 is involved in the matter^
From the Hawaiian Gazette of May 27th
il is learned that two important seizures of
opium were made ut Honolulu, the first on
May 21st and the other two days later.
The value of the amount captured is
$7,000. .■/;..;,
The Postoflice authorities in this city
state that Postmaster Hibbs, late oi Lewis
ton, Idaho, who proved a defaulter in about
$20,000, has not yet been arrested. It is
supposed he is concealed somewhere in
British Columbia.
Sing Tat Chow, a shoemaker, was found
banging to a tree in Golden Gate Park
Monday. It was at first supposed to have
been a ease of murder, but investigation
showed that the Pagan had been in desti
tute circumstances, and in a lit of despond
ency took his own life.
The Board of State Viticultural Commis
sioners held a regular meeting Monday.
The following officers were elected for the
coming year: President, Arpad Haras
zthy; Vice-President, Charles A. Wetmore;
Treasurer, Charles King; Secretary; J. 11.
Wheeler; Chief Executive Officer, Charles
A. Wetmore.
Leonard Burkhardt a simple-minded
person who is known as " Oofty Goofty."
and atone time personated the" What is
it ." in a dime museum, was arrested Mon
day on complaint of < '. Linear for libel. li
is claimed that he subscribed loan affidavit
which set forth that the .complainant had
offered him $200 to burn his house.
Two more probationary clerks of the
railway mail service fell under the official
guillotine Monday. D. H. Force, a Vaca
viile Democrat, was appointed clerk on the
Deming and Los Angeles line, vice 15. B.
• 'ushman, whose probationary term of six
months had ended. On the same ground
L. F. Kerr, a Seattle Democrat, was ap
pointed a clerk on the Scmiahmoo and
Port Townsend route, in the place of D.
Temple.
About 2 p. m. Monday two strangers
knocked at the door of the engine-house of
the Almshouse and asked the engineer,
John Sheer, to direct them to the office of
Superintendent Healing, which is in the
main building. Sheer stepped to the door
to point out the way. when he was knocked
down an gagged. The robbers then pro
ceeded to ransack the house, and took $00
in money, a gold watch and chain, a ring
and -on.,- clothing.
Adam (.rant and John T. Doyle have
filed the will of the late Daniel T. Murphy
tor probate. The estate I" stated, in the pe
tition, to be worth $2,250,000. The wife of
the deceased is left an annuity of $6,000,
besides a pgreater pan of Ihe household
goods, an condition that sir renounce all
claim to all real estate of which hr- might
be posset To lis sister Mary, $1,500 per
year for her life, and to bis mother, Julia
Murphy. of Albany, New York, $1,500 per
year and a bouse and lot in that city. To
ids brother Henry $25,000 is given. He
also bequeaths $5,000 to Archbishop Rior
dan. to be applied to charitable purposes.
The remainder of the estate is la be divided,
share and share alike, among his seven
children.
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TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.
M. Dc Lcsseps has been appointed Presi- J
dent of the French Exposition of 1839. ; \ _ j
The report is current in London, and be
lieved to be true, that Kassala has fallen.
Bursting sewers have caused great dam
age in the aristocratic portions of London.
Ex-President Zaldivar, of San Salvador,
says lie is still sanguine of the union ofthe
live Central American republics.
Appleton .fc Co., of New York, have sup
pressed their edition of the Spencer-Har
rison controversy, as directed by Spencer.
The French war ship llcnard, reported
to have foundered in the Ked Sea, was a
dispatch gunboat", and carried a crew of 150
men.
John Henderson, 38 years old and a
farmer, hanged himself Monday, upon dis
covering his wife's infidelity, near Syra
cuse, N. Y.
The uncertain news about the Emperor
William's health, and the result of the
Austrian election, have caused depression
on the Vienna Bourse.
The Cogswell statue in Fulton street,
Xew York, and which has been criticised
so severely, was removed Monday by order
of the Board of City Works.
The Executive Committee of the West
ern Union Telegraph Company to-day
recommended the payment of the usual 7'
per cent, quarterly dividend.
At Richmond, Va.. Monday, Judge At
kins overruled the motion for a new trial
in the case of T. J. Cluverius, convicted of
the murder of Lilian Madison.
A warrant for the arrest of Scott, the ab
sconding teller of the Manhattan Bank of
New York, was issued Monday. Detectives
have located him positively at Prescott.
The South American Commission was
Cordially received at Montevideo. It has
been asked to use its influence in favor of
extending the American cable system to
Uruguay.
The June crop report, issued yesterday,
estimates that the yield of wheal in Illi
nois this year will' be less than 10,000,000
bushels, compared with 32,000,000 bushels
last year.
A sensational story comes from Cairo
thai Genera] Gordon .escaped from Khar
toum, and was not killed as re ported, but
the statement fails to give the General's
present whereabouts.
The entire number of recruits for the
Russian army and navy in 1885 is fixed at
23,000. The Czar has sanctioned the tax
on coupons. The new law will go into ef
fect the Ist day of next July.
Rev. Henry Varley, the noted English
evangelist, preached Sunday in New York,
in the building in which Salmi Morse
sought to produce the Passion" play.
There was a large attendance.
Carl Abs and Sorakachi, the Jap, wres
tled Monday night in Brooklyn. The lat
ter was quite seriously hurt, and was com
pelled to give up. The affair was regarded
as a hippodrommg one, and created dissat
isfaction.
John Evans, a negro from the Convict
Camp, near Live Oak, Ha., brutally as
saulted an aged white woman named Red
ding lust Wednesday. Monday 200 citi
zens went to the camp, took Evans away
and lynched him.
The New York Daily Commercial But-
a,, places the aggregate losses by fire in
May in the I'nited States and Canada at
$8,750,000. The Bulletin remarks thai this
continuous increase of fire loss must ad
vance insurance rates.
A. R. Converse, President ofthe First
National Bunk at Cheyenne, Wyoming,
President of the Converse Cattle Company;
and a leading citizen of Wyoming, died in
New York yesterday morning at the Fifth
Avenue Hotel of paralysis.
General Grant did not sleep well until
late Monday night, and then slept nearly
eight hours before arousing, yesterday
morning. He suffered no pain during the
night, and his throat appears better.and
tbe glandular -welling is somewhat de
creased.
The Supreme Court of Ohio yesterday
morning decided that the assessment paid
under the Scott liquor law before it was
declared unconstitutional would not he re
turned to saloonists. Judges Okey and
Pellet dissented. The amount involved is
about $32,000,000. ' />'
Rev. Hartwel i preached to 200 Chinamen
in the Trinity Baptist Church, New York,
Monday evening, in the Chinese tongue,
after which he gave a brief description of
the many hardships and trials and opposi
tion which Chi is t ian missionaries undergo
in teaching that people.
I The removal of ex-Senator Bruce to give
Rosa runs the Resistership ofthe Treasury
is regarded by thoughtful Democrats in
Washington as a bad mistake, tending in
destroy -confidence among the color-ed men
in the assurances of friendship and sympa
thy by the Administration.
Walter C. Whipple, son of Adjutant-
General Whipple, committed suicide in
Sew York Monday evening by shooting
himself through the heart. Young Whip
ple has been a student at the New York
Medical College, and studied very hard.
His act is attributed to over-taxation of his
brain.
New developments in the iron strike at
Pittsburg yesterday were all favorable to
the strikers. Two more firms have signed
tbe lie, and the Sligo Mills, which were
stnrled with non-union men Monday, were
idle yesterday, the firm not being able to
secure enough men to keep them in oper
ation:
Secretary Bayard addressed the students
of the University at Lawrence, i.-.. Mon
day evening, in the chapel, which seats
2,500 persona. Tiie place was crowd-red to
'suffocation. Senator Plumb introduced
the distinguished guest, who spoke for one
hour on " Individuality." A grand bam
quet followed.
A terrible accident occurred Monday on
the river Don in Russia. A bar of iron
was placed across the track by robbers, and
the train which next came along was
thrown from the rails and demolished. The
number killed and wounded was seventeen.
The robbers,' who were waiting for the
smash-up, plundered the train.
The President has appoints Frederick
11. Marsh Unit* States Marshal for the
Northern District of Illinois. This ends a
bitter light, a certain element of the Dem
ocratic party urging a local applicant
named McGariglc for the place and using
very strong efforts in bis behalf. Marsh is
not a resident of Chicago and is very highly
recommended.
Friday it was announced in London that
judgment would be given Monday in the
slander case of Charles Warren Adams
against Lord Coleridge. Saturday a rumor
was in circulation that a settlement of the
case had been effected, and Monday it was
stated that by the mutual consent of the
pari interested the delivery of judgment
had been indefinitely postponed.
Judge Wallace, of < California, is stopping
at the New York Hotel, in New York,
where he will remain .several days. hen
a reporter called, the Judge courteously
declined being interviewed, and said when
he returned to San Francisco be would pre
pare a statement for his friends, explaining
the motives for his recent letter to I'm si
dent Cleveland, in which he was actuated
by honest convictions and devotion to the
interests of the Pacific coast.
On Sunday a waterspout burst in the
mountains about eight leagues east of, La
gos, Mexico, near the dividing lint between
the States of Guanajuato and Jalisco, the
effects of which were most deplorable.
Immense quantities of .water swept down
tbe mountains with great force towards the
well populated plains and alleys below,
and left desolation and ruin in their wake.
There are already one hundred lives re
ported lost, and it is ,i.-. -. thai the list
may be swelled to a much larger number
when all the details arc known. A great
many bouses were swept away.
There is Trouble in Store
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by this incomparable corrective and invig
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eradicated in time, will .assuredly under- J
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Umatilla j county. Or., has offered a
bounty of $'2 SOeacli for coyolo scalps. A
resident of the. county had eighteen live
coyotes corraled for some time waiting for
the law to go into effect, fintilJv receiving '
W5 bounty on 111 -hand.
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in sympathy for other sufferers, for whose
sake- we allow our names to be used."
C. W. Eaton, Thurston, N. Y.
X . D/lVfil B*Ki-ia TV X:- ti
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ISP ■
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.
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This POWDER never varies, a marvel ol
purity, strength and wholesomeness. More
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not be sold in competition with the multitude of
low test, short weight, alum or phosphate pow-
ders. So'tl only hi cant. ROYAL BAKING
POWDER CO., 106 Wall street, New York.
W. T. COIiJSMAN & CO., Agents,
SAN FRANCISCO. an-j'-tply
BROWN'S
IRON
BITTERS
WILL CURE
HEADACHE
INDIGESTION
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DYSPEPSIA
NERVOUS PROSTRATION
MALARIA
CHILLS and FEVERS
' TIRED FEELING
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IMPURE BLOOD
CONSTIPATION
FEMALE INFIRMITIES
RHEUMATISM
NEURALGIA
KIDNEY AND LIVER
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TAKE NO OTHER.
lam an old man. For is years I suffered with
ulcers on my right leg as the result of typhoid
fever. Amputation was suggested as the only
m-.-ins of preserving life. The doctors could do
nothing tor me, and thought I must die. For
three yeara I never had a shoe on. Swift's
Specific has made a permanent cure, and added
ten an to mv life.
w.m. R. Reed, Hall Co., Ga.
I have taken swift's Specific lor blood poison
contracted at a medical college nl a dissection,
while I was a medical student. 1 am grateful
to -„> that it gave me a speedy and
fliorougb cure after my parents had spent
hundreds of dollars for treatment.
Augustus Wexpix, If. D., Newark, N. J.
My wife from early girlhood has been suffer-
ing from rheumatism. She has tried many
remedies, and I must frankly say hi- derived
more benefit from Swilt's Specific than from all
the others, after long and faithful trial.
Rev. Jas. L. Piei-.ce, Oxford, Ga.
Swift's Specific is entirely vegetable. Treatise
mi Blood ami Skin 11.I 1 .- .-■ - mailed free.
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-+TE7E MILD POWER CURES..*-
PREYS'
fl. V*'J —in — mm.
tcJ3 toS in asa - ! -i years.— Special Prescriptions of
ancmiuentPhyrticißn. Simple* Sale ana Sura
ust or PRINCIPAL RQfl cities. raicH.
; ■•: -.-v-., prQntigGgMorD. Inflammations.. ..*■ B
25 Worm*, Worm Fever, "Worm Colic... .r,c
S| Crying; Col IPC. or Teething of Infants .6^
4) Dlarrfijea ot Children or Adult* 50
: E^Dltenterir, Griping, lii lions — ..'(I
: O; Cholera Moi bus 4 Vomiting ."..'
; * » imsrh&, *- r olpij il*inchiti.i 311
S IVeurnlgla, Toothache. Faceacbo. .. . .60
. . t); Ileadoclte*. Sick Headache, Vertigo .50
1 tl, jls yspetipiirt. Bilious Stomach .-,(>
1 11 Supprotsaa or I'ninful Periods ._t)
HOMEOPATHIC
i _l V. mtfs. too Profuae Poriods Bit
i 3] Croup. .-.:, Difficult Breathing .fi<>
I -1 Salt Kbf-iirn. Ervaf pelfta, Erupt) :; . .50
I G KhenmalUm, iCneum&tic Pnins.... 5U
i G Krvcranrt tune. Chills. Malaria .'■:;
I 7 Files, Blind or l>!i*p<Jinp „-,-.!
I 9 Catarrh) acute or chronic; Inilaenra ..to
iff* \* i 1 ...;-.: ••-.- -..;l^SS.\ , Con^hs .50
£ HOoncrul .1 v.l'lij-IWo.-ikncris .SO
271 ICidney I} .' 1, jt ..«. .. Sfl
'iti r«orv*us J>«!u!Uy I.i(S>
'-.-M Urinary H'l'-ikrit-sa, Wetting Bed ,50
3'Ta Dta-easea ofthe Heart. Palpi tatioo 1.00
O P EC i Fi"csr
x25S^ !So!il by Dniy^isu. or si»nt jK>straid on
/ceint of price.— Semi for Dr. Humphrey*'
HOOK oa ii .-. v.-.-. . .»:-. : 11 1 -.:-•-,: elm Vat «-
loene, free. — Address, ticiipiiituvs'
aiedlcliioCo,. liitt Fulton St.. Xc'.v^ orh.
Grossman's Specific Mixture.
With this remedy persons can rurcthcra^clvef
without the least exposure, change of diet, 01
change In application to business. The mcdi
cine contains nothing that Is of the least injur)
to the constitution. Ask your dru^-jl-t for it.
Price,*] a bottle, s.'i-iyws
;
.0%
Man and Beast
Mustang Liniment is older man
most men, and used more and
more every year.
HISCELLOEOCS.
.^"SafcjoSi CASESY,
No. 50 (New Number 218 X street, Sacramento,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER OF
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WINES AND LIQUORS
«S-Thc attention ofthe Trade is specially called to his large and varied stock of all the
favorite brands of KENTUCKY WHISKIES. Orders direct from Bond receive prompt and
careful a 1 tent ion. Ills large and well-selected stock of PHILADELPHIA AMI NKW
YOKK CIGAKS is well worthy the attention of the Trade. Also, FKOPKIETOK
EAGLE SODA WORKS. mj. Iptl
COMMERCIAL.
BACKA3IENTO MARKET.
r>ACKAME.STO, June '.'tii.
FKDTT-Lcmons, Sicily, to [email protected]£e;Llmref,
tl'iaiil; Bulimias, «::?;> ■_>> bunch: Pineap
nli's. ifpt'lia ¥ dozen: pOoooannts. KO6 X ?ii ,! ;
Los Angeles Oranges, SI 88p®1 50; Riverside do.
12 75p93; Apples, choice, 'i.,7r; common. [email protected]
Toe- strawberries, 9®loc ft bskt: Cherries. White,
[email protected]$l; Black, 6 &H)c'9_ox Raspberries. 900(3 SI
t» case: Peaches, ',- Ikjx, 50fiS75c: Apricots,
[email protected]; t'hcriy Plums [email protected] lb: Currant.-, j.' 50
fes chest : Blackberries, s(tt;6c.
PIE FRUlTS— Assortea, J. l s-a> cons, 9 doz,
(1 '_\i.il 80; assorted, gallon cans, Si: Teaches,
•>AriS>c«ns, 51 50: Portland Blueberries, '.'-lb cans,
tl: Whortleberries, $1 75; Capital Asparagus,
S2 25 W dozen cans.
DRIED FRUITS— Apples, sliced. o>[email protected] ? lb;
Choice, oc; Jo quartered, a3B2>ic; Pears, peeled,
:.i'„: do, inpeeled, 4«: ■; Plums, pitted, [email protected];
Peaches, [email protected]«; do peeled. 19®20c; Prunes,
German md French, (iffi'.ie; Blackberries, 10.®
lie: Figs, California, [email protected] ? lb.
TABLE FRUlTS— Assorted, i*.:. cans, ? doz,
51 7. >@'2: Teaches, S2 [email protected] ;;:'..: iiartietl Pears,
82 37; Plums, SI 75tai 85; Blackberries, SI 7o(Lc2:
Gooseberries, 82 «[email protected] 50; Strawberries, 82 75(i3;
Apricots, [email protected] 25; -Muscat Grapes. SI [email protected]; Ked
Currants. 82 40; Cherries, G [email protected] 75.
VEGETABLES— EarIy Rose Potatoes, SOISOOc ~fl
ctl ; New Onions. S2 [email protected] 25; Cabbage, tl
@1 25; Carrots, SI * 100; Turnips, 75c ;
bunch vegetables, 12V 2 'c ? doz: Parsnips,
lc Beets, SI: Horse Radish, 6gSc fl B>; Garlic, 1
®6e: Cucumbers, [email protected]^; String Beans, tyM-lc *
lb; Wax Beans, -Kg-I^c f, R>; Slimmer Squash, 2-y_c
« ft- Peas, -'.■'■ '■'■'■ V ft: Artichokes, 40c 9
dozen; TomatoestSl 7 ..-;' box: Green Peppers,
iota ise « ft. •-' ,„'
BREADSTUFFS— FIour.SI 9j1% barrel '.Oatmeal
_S 75 -... 100 lbs: Cornmcal, white and yellow,
52 in 23 ft Backs, $2 25 in 10 lb sacks, '/ l 10 tv:
: .Cracked wheat, 52 -•"".'•• - 50; Hominy, 83 25 V cwt.
POULTRY— Turkeys, I!>®lGC ti la;
full-grown Chickens, So [email protected] 50 V dozen; young
Roosters, ii [email protected] 50 V dozen ; Broil. [email protected];
tame Ducks. 86 M ; Geese, SI [email protected] j* pair ; Eggs,
choice lots, [email protected] ?* dozen. ,
DAIRY PRODUCTS— Butter, choice, [email protected]
a ft ; packed in firkins, choice, [email protected]; com
mon, 15<ji20c,Cbecse, California, !)>^l3c; West
ern hats. [email protected]; Martin's Cream, 17,..-.
HAY, GRAIN AND FEED— hay, «ir,@lG f.
ton- Alfalfa hay, 810©11 9 ton; Bran, 818-1) ton:
Middlings, .---' r ton; Barley, .whole. SI 25
@1 SO; rolled. SI 50; Wheat, SI [email protected] 40 'f, cwt;
tame Oats, SI 50; Corn, 81 '■'■'>'. cwt for choice.
MISCELLANEOUS — Seeds — Alfalfa, /",-. 21c;
rtmothy, Eastern, 6>Jpr®7; '>!'>: Oregon, [email protected];
Pop Corn, '■'■' fi If 9 ft: Re 1 - Clover. [email protected];
Re.l Top, 7.-'.:i-. Nuts— Chiic Walnuts, 7>.;@
9c- California Walnuts, [email protected]; Almonds, 12®
13c; Peanuts, California, i '-..". ■'■'■ '■ Law (Califor
nia), cans, S'-:::fi-9c: Eastern, li 1 ,(i.ir.;e. Hides,
salt light and medium, 8c ; heavy, 9J^c; dry,
17;. i i7'..c. Tallow, sc. Hops— demand.
-;.'.,- ot Pacific coast in New York, 10c; market
value here, 3<o Be. ••'■ ._-' ■'■_ 2
MEATS— Beef. 7(5;7)<c; Mutton, •".'.' ? Ib;
Lamb, Sc; Veal, small calves, 10c: large, 'if.
.;-..; ; ....i !.-: Dressed Pork, 6}4e ; Hams, East
ern' 1"... i ie; California, [email protected]<c; Bacon, me
dium, '."•■; selected, 12c; extra light, 1. .'-...<:.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
San FRANasco. June 9«h. *
FLOUR— Chinese shippers are in the market
securing parcels for the outgoing steamer this
week. We quote: Best city extra, S-l 25<S>
4 85; mi -ilium. pf3 [email protected]; shipping superfine,
82 750 50 .' bbl.
WHEAT— The export movement is very slow.
Only three cargoes have been cleared so fur
this' week, ivhfle there are but sixteen ships
loading, with a much greater number in port
disengaged. Offerings ol'grainare fairly liberal,
but negotiations are not quickly effected. Hold
ers as .- rule want SI l-'-.. while SI 40 \). etl is
claimed to be the shipping limit. No great
quantity of wheat can be secured at the lower
figure, pas sellers are generally of the opinion
that prices must appreciate sooner or later.
The English market is reported as steady, but
cabled quotations do not Indicate any Improve
ment in values. .
BARLEY— There was a much firmer feeling
in the sample market this morning. Business
was n'p: particularly lively, though there was
sufficient inquiry to indicate that this article
was pretty generally wanted. Holders were
asking $1 30 V Ctl for choice feed, an.l were not
disposed to listen to any much lower oiler
Mori or less slock could have been worked off
atSI 27!.'. V ctl, which seemed to be about as
high as buyers would go at the moment. Some
light brewing was reported as having changed
hands at -i 80, though anything that can be
classed as strictly choice is considered at fairly
worth -11" 't* etl. . , . , .
OATS— The market is anything but active,
and stocks ure not I.- ing lowered to any per
ceptible extent. Still there is no positive pres
sure to realize, a- holders have confidence in
holier times in the not distant future. We
nuote: Surprise and Milling, €1 [email protected] li; No. I,
si -jiiiail 25; No. 2, 81 [email protected] 17%; Black, II [email protected]
110 '• ctl. ■■■'•. . .„ . ,
COKN— Trade i- insignificant in character.
There I- -.in.- slight inquiry, but buyers
mostly want concessions "ii our figures.
We quote: Large Yellow, 5122}[email protected]; small
Yellow, SI lii: large White, SI -Hi; smailWhite,
nominal at SI 25 y. ctl. "■•- •"■■'■
V Et i ETA Common Green Corn continues
in large supply. Choice String Beans command
full figures. Summer Squash sells well. Aspara
gus is neglected, but fortunately there are no
heavy Hirelings. Green p ikra make- butlight dis
play. Cucumbers are scarce un I a choice article
is iv demand. We quote as follows: Asparagus, SI
V box ; Tomatoes, [email protected] ?. box for Los Angeles
■ ,i„! 'Joe<a,Sl >l box for Winters; Green Com,
[email protected] '? -... ■■: for common, and 15(2 18c ft dozen
for sweet; Artichoke 30c ti dozen; Cu
cumbers, -i _"•■'. 5") ',- box lor Vacaville,
and [email protected] 50 f 1 box for bay; Carrots, [email protected];
Turnips, [email protected]c $ ctl ; Beets, [email protected] ctl; Pars
nips, el Ift ctl : Cauliflower, 65c $ dozen; Cab
bage, 75c 9 cut Garlic, 2} ■ ■'■- "--•;»: Celery, s<ie
i: Dried Peppers. !■'- lso plr,: Green do,
Bi9c <£ ft: Chile do, 12(5 15c © ft; Green Peas,
2&@3c t» it. ; string Beans, -Sc ¥• V, for poor,
4(.£.fe V Ifi tor choice: Dried Okra, [email protected] # ','■.
Green do, 60. f Ifi; Marrowfat Squash, ton:
Summer Squiish. -VJe .- box for Vacaville, and
'.iOc&tSI ?. box for bay.
FRUIT— Drizzling weather this morning
badly affected trade. Strawberries and Rasp
berries were in large supply, selling slowly at
reduced rates. Apricots make a liberal ex
hibit, but custom is fairly quick, while canners
clean uo surplus. Peaches find read) - lie at
ruling "rates. Mexican Limes are held ut full
figures, and the native variety shows more
strength. Oranges are less plentiful, and sales
are made to better advantage. Figs are coming
In quite freely, and prices are lower. ber
ries, [email protected] ft box for Black, IbttA
90c for White; Strawberries, $.V<j7 -,- chest:
Currants, Sl .."■■•■ -50 ';' ci:.-': Cherry Plums, 25®
'.list; %* drawer, and [email protected] '-,- large liox;
Raspberries, Ss<g.7 %i ci, -l ; Blackberries,
-■„ -„ chest ;_ Apricots, [email protected] $ large
box; Peaches, Inc^ box and 4l)[email protected]^pl basket;
Figs, oOiatOe for white, and [email protected] r' box
for black ; Apples, oOfe-H-ie ',- basket, and 30
@75cflbo'x;ReU Astrachan,[email protected]; Green Pears
[email protected]|i basket, 75c(u.Sl 9 box; Lemons— Malaga,
-. l 50; 'i". Sicily, SIVS7; do, California, SI [email protected] 75
9 box for ordinary ami S2(*2 75 for
Sicily seed; Mexican Limes, [email protected] ",', box;
California do,Slsl)@l 75 for small boxes, and
[email protected] 50 for large; Oranges, California, 91 l.iioil 50
-?t pox for common , SI 50®2 for Riverside, and
S3 75 , , for Navel; Tahiti do, Sl2 stii^l7 f. M ;
Bananas, SI [email protected] 't* bunch: Pineapples, Bs 50(3 6
$ dozen.
FRESH MEATS Supplies are equal to all
market requirements, following are rates for
whole carcasses from slaughterers to dealers:
Brae! First quality, 6fe6Jic; second quality,
5%@6c; third quality, [email protected] Mutton-
Wether* are quotable .it [email protected]%Cs b>, and Ewes at
[email protected]'--c?i lb. Lamb— Quotable at 6fts7c V 1 lb for
Spring. Veal— Quotable at7 , ...'.!ip , .^cf>lt>. Pork
-1.... ir . .- ,on foot, *y,2-l'.e; dressed do, 5):.®
ny c v. a. m - .'■-//
EASTERN AND FOREIGN MARKETS.
New Yokk, June 9th.
KLOI :: .ii '■
V ili.M I ' 1. M. IJ St.
j^.77Z"7Z777-7'77'Zi7^77i owl si'imi
July I 01?2 ?1 tn-,
August 1 ' ■::'... l »l ; ,
September :. l 05J{ 1 00 : ;4
\ isible Wheat supply, 37,231,271 bushels.
UraiD freights to Liverpool by steam, /'...1.
California i- quiet at [email protected]()c ior toll
burry, and 12i«;17c clean fall; spring burry, 15
@17c; clean spring, [email protected]; pulled. [email protected]
SUGAR— Cuba Centrifugal, .SS isiy. ///
Chicago, June 9th.
WHEAT- 10 a.m. 12 m.
July S9%C '.">"iC
August 9124 93
-. pti mbei OS/ft '■'■'
Cash :■•
i i iRN— 16 p- for June.
PORK— SIO 62) forJnlv.
LARD 56 ffiyi for July.
Klßti : ' ::: • for July.
SHORT RlßS— i'o 70 for July.
Liverpool. June 9th.
WHEAT— 3SO p.m.— ln poor demand. Western
Spring, rSs lid; do Winter, 7-: California spot
lots, fis 8d !•>''- lid: off Coast, 33s 9il; just shipped,
86s; nearly due, 31s; cargoes off coast ami on
passage,, (irmly held ; weather in England, some
™»'
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK SALES.
i
San Francisco, June 9, 1555. j
SOF.NING SESSION. !
« , , 'r-ri-r . „ ,„, , . ,-„ |
Ophir 2 401 An. los _ si>c \
Mexican 1 17, Benton 15c ,
a. A C - " Navajo Soc
li. aH -. "> «> Botlic 1 65
Con.C. & Va 3 SO Mono 1 0- >
Savag? I 2~,'.i I 30 Peerless 3
Chollar 2 [email protected] 50 Belcher. 1 1" i
Potosi .95c Bullion ■••>(-•
li. AN 1. .-.-. . Overman.... 50c
Point l 50 Justice : 25c
Jacket- -2 .«> Union 1 [email protected] S>
Alpha 1 50 Alta '-'•<'
8. Nev I 95&2 Scorpion -20c
L'tah 2 0)
AFTERNOON SF-^ION.
Prize ....TOcilVtosi.. Rsc®l
Navajo jScIS. Nov [email protected] 05
B. Isle ir>CjChoilar .....2 65 .
Mi. ]':;: t0... „ 375 Eureka - "- ;
ltoiiie 1 75 .11. & N ~>s(*7; B
Mono 1 10 Jacket..... 2 ni ,
Peer 1 2T>rC. Con. Va i '/'.■■ /'■'•'.
Peerless 3 Overman ,: ; '' -
Ophir 2 [email protected] 40iHa%'ilge -I 30 |
Andes pfiOi Union 1 Ml® I 9-J j
Bullion 50c «. & C - : '-"' ;
Mexican -1 ITsiHl 70 Scorpion- -20c j
Benton r...15e Exchequer ....45c
Alpha 1 9 I-— Ji8...: ■• SO r
Belcher 1 25 Caledonia 23c
Atta 90e Justice -■'■■ |
Utah .2 80 Point 1 60 .
BAJLKO.VDS, STEAMERS, ETC.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
i
mRAINS LEAVE AND ARE DDE TO ARRIVE
SACRAMENTO.
' LEAVE FROM APRIL -20, 1885. I ARRIVE
(FOR) ! | (KKOM)
720 a. Calistoga and Napa 7:0.5 p,
•2:50 P.I »H:-j5 a.
1155 A. Colfax _ 1030 a.
10:90 A. Delta i Portland, via Davis 3:13 p.
1*6:00 a. Redding, via Davisville <*S:'.so p.
1*6:06 A. . " viat'hico «ll::i0 p.
7.-05 P. Knights Landing 7:06 A.
*5:15 P. f Mojave, Deming, 1 Expr's *aflo A.
]:■>' a. \ EI Paso and East/ Kmgr'i a*, a.
7:35 p. J Ogden and East! Express 7.00 a.
9:15 A. X " "■•' " Emign't 1225 A.
2:30 P. Red Bluff, via 3larysville.._ 10:13 A.
6:00 a. San Francisco, via Benicia- B*o p.
730 a. " ' -* ' : " _ 7.08 p.
2:50 p. " " ;>>•'- :" . 11:25 a.
11:30 a. " " "Livermore 2-20 P.
♦10:00 a. " ":-.'•: " steamer... -('■. ■•• a.
11:30 a. San Jose 220 p.
11:33 A. Stockton and Gait 2:20 p.
*5:15 P. " " " *'.'"" A.
•1130 a. Tulare and Fresno _
7:20 a. Vallejo *11:23 A.
2:50 p. " t7:'.'i P.
S. and P. B. K.
*7:30 a. ( Folsom, Latrobe ) *1:55 p.
*3:00 P. -i and }■ *VI:V, a.
f3:00 P. ( Shingle Springs, j flO:^ A.
a. For Morning. p. For Afternoon.
* Sundays excepted. t Sundays only.
%* Freight and Accommodation Trains".
A. N. TOWNE, General Manager.
T. 11. Goodman, Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent.
jel-tf ;
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
FOR II LULU.
rpHE SPLENDID NEW 3,000- -.^*.
X Ton Steamships will leave the 4 '^* ■=.'--
Company's Wharf, corner Steuart 'fOV
and Harrison streets, at 3p. St.: 'ris^e^^t
SIAKIFOSA, JAN I.i. Ist
ai.a;ii;i)A, JANUARY 15th
Freight, »5 Fer Ton.
*3- Excursion Tickets at Reduced Rates. For
passage or further particulars, apply to J. D.
SPRECKELS & BROS., Ag6nts,327 Market street,
corner Fremont. oIS-tf
m, r—ii p— ,pi ,mi^m,w wp^pwi—— WOTT—i'nrwiß ¥m
BAJUNfI HOUSES.
CALIFORNIA STATE BANK.
Does a General lianklng liusinesi,
*5- Draws Exchange oa all the principal
cities of the world.
OFFICERS i
President N. D. RIDEOUT.
Vice-President. FREDERICK COX,
Cashier™ a. ABBOTT
DIBKCTOBS:
C. W. CLARK, GEO. C. PERKINS
JOSEPH STEFFENS, J. R. WATSON.
N. D. RIDEOUT, FREDERICK COX,
A. ABBOTT. _■&■
NATIONAL BANK
D.O. Mills & Co.,
SACRAMENTO CAL.
CAPITAL 9300,000,
EDGAR MILLS President
FRANK MILLER Cashier.
CHAS. M. PRODGER Ass't Cashier
DIKKCTOKS:
D. O. MILLS, EDGAR MILLS,
W. E. CHAMBERLAIN, C. F. DILLMAN,
FRANK MILLER. m 11-lptf
CHAS. CP.OCKEP., R. C. tt OOLWOP.TH. W. H. CROCSEB.
CROCKER, WOOLWORTH&CO.
322 Fine Street San Franclsrco,
Carry on a General Banking Business. Cor-
respondents in the Principal Cities of the
Eastern States and in Europe. apG-tplm
LEGAL NOTICES.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF
California, county of Sacramento. In the
matter ol the restate of JOHN WALDIE. de-
ceased. Notice i- hereby given that MONDAY,
the loth day of JUNE, ISSS, at 10 o'clock a. m. of
said day. and the Courtroom ol said Court, at
the Court-house, in the city of Sacramento,
county of Sacramento, and State of California,
have been appointed as the time and place for
proving the will of said JOHN WALDIE, de-
ceased, and for hearing the application of
MATTHEW LENNOX for the issuance to him
of letters of administration with will annexed
thereon.
Witness my hand and the seal of said Court
this Ist day of June, ltBs.
[seal.] WM. B. HAMILTON, Clerk.
Taylor it Hou., Attorneys for Petitioner.
jeS-td
BAKER & HAMILTON
IMPORTERS AStn MANUFACTURERS OP
HARDWARE!
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY,
:o^,^i:s wire,
CUTLERY,
G--u.xi.i3, 2?owrdor, 33tc.
ju2-4r.tr 7.
CALIFORNIA LIME CO.,
Nos, 519 anil 521 I .street, Sacramento,
DEALERS IN THE "STAB" BRAND AND
Santa Cruz LIME. Importers of PLASTER,
CEMENT, FIRE CLAY, FIRE BRICK, etc.
»S- All orders promptly lilled. -%*
J. R. WATSON President
11. C. MARKS Secretary
li. C. EWING Im2t-4plm] Manager
JAMES McCAW,
T ATE OF McCAW ,t O'NEAL, DESIRES TO
inform his friends and the public that TO
j inform his friends and the public that he
has opened a Wood Yard at 516 and 518 L street,
between Fourth and Filth. A full stock of
Wood, Coal, Coke and Charcoal on band, and
will be sold cheap. A continuance of the pa-
tronage bestowed in the past i- solicited at tlie
nc iv place. - ! AS. McCAW, Proprietor.
je.Vlmlp
'" H. P. OSBORN'S
Wood and Goal Yard, No. 806 1 street.
WELLINGTON. SEATTLE, SCOTCH, SPLINT
and lone Coals. Also Coke. Pine and Oak,
Charcoal, Pitch Pine, and Pine Kindling; l-fciot
Second-growth Oak and Stove Wood delivered
promptly. Telephone, No. 69.
' je2-4pti W. E. OS BO UN, Proprietor.
C. SCHAEFER,
CO O P ESR,
No. 89 Front street-, Sacramento.
BEER KEGS, BUTTER FIRKINS, -Pjs£?fA
Wine Puncheons, Brandy Barrel.-.-^
| etc., on hand. Orders from the interior -^SsS^S.
solicited and attended to. mIS-lptf
ODORLESS HCAVATOR.
CESSPOOLS AND VAULTS 'CLEANED
cheap itnH free from all offensive odors.
Orders left at Carpenter's Wood and Coal Yard,
1 42ti X street: or at Pacific Market, 12. J street,
will be promptly attended to.
ml6-4pSm J. H CAMPBELL & CO.
1 HORSESHOEING.
RN. JOHNSON I-' BACK IN HIS OLD *;>.
\i. stand. Fifth street, '..etuecn X and//~\|
L, and will be glad to see his old friendsM jt
and customers. All Shoeing done in mod- \> v
i em style, latest and most scientific principles.
jclMplm
VINEYARD RINK SKATES.
ALSO, A. C. AND S. ('. CLUB -?%>
Skates Agents for the Star.;--' -7 ga
Rink and Club Skates. Send for -j^f___z_z^TTTP
Catalogue. WIESTER & CO.. I'sjif
New Montgomery street, San^-" - v
Francisco. Cal. mlo-iplm
777. HENRY ECKHARDT,
GUNSMITH. IMPORTER AND «~^ c» .«»
Dealer ill Spliced Bamboo V^iJpj^V
lv Rods; Salmon, Trout and Bass
Flies and Fish Hooks; Waterproof^^-lf^fo^
Silk.Twisted and Braided Silk, Cot- Jr ■ v
ton aud Linen Line-: Bait Boxes; Trout Baskets
and Reels; Chain and Velvet Dog Collars, Spike
and Choke Collars; Dog slip- and Leaders. No.
523 X street. Send for Price List on Guns. je4
ASTROLOGY ETlLlZER{ss=s^=p»=ti
in a new way. Fortune _Xtt&gti34£..&t
Telling, Reading of the Past, *§gi jKrftSessTt
Present and Future. MRS. i. **jSy i^tj,c_ va n
CANDREWS.the well-known @?^^A^g'
Fortune Teller and Clairvoy- flgsllT^grrHrr^^
ant, 709 'Seventh street, be- ,\a^r=. '
tween G and H. Information gFj-^^^-^Y
given on business, love; court /^y-/CT±___-^i\
ship and marriage. na-lpim- 1 ',•" 7 ' v "l j
■Q. MISCELLANEOUS.
■ ■ ■ I »
YOUR JVCOIETIEgr
WILL riIiCHASK MOKE and better '
Furniture and Carpets
T I^FIsi T7TQ mm fi! l
i An it JAY n @^@ilw
Nos. 41 i and 413 X street, ;^SS^^^^X^Pi
Than can be bought at any other Imm &*1 E
House on the Coast. The reasons p^Sa^^^Jp^S^B^y^g^affl^gM
are: The House imports direct by * e «acu^^^^r-;r^Kj2£ri»^i£S~i3
the Car-load from the Leading "^^^Bpp.^Br
Manufacturers, thus savins Jobbers' profits, and giving the customer
the benefit. No House in this city contains a more completo stock of
FURNITURE OR CARPETS, and none can undersell.
<3- CAM. AM) sr.K. OR SEND rOB CATALOGUE rCd tnl-4 p-mi
_ . _^_ _____mm^-m iii ii . .. . .
JMT. CROISrAH
[OF THE LATE FIRM OF CASKY it CKOHAIf),
3\ro. sac is: STREET, OOXI. OF "rxxiirtu.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND a LARGE AND FINE STOCK OF
Whiskies, Brandies, Champagnes, Cordials and Liquors of all kinds.
SOLI! PROPRIETOR OF THK SACRAMI NTO SOliA WORKS. ap3o-4p6m
i —
MEDICAIi.
J^Vis "DX. SYKES* SURE COffiKiS
DR. j FOR CATARRH." SURE
WHEN youH
BYKES ; want to be cured of your Catarrh, CURE
DR. ■ -■■_■/.'■ try SI RE
EYKES' "DR. SVKKS' SURE CUBE." CURB
DR. You will not be disappointed. SURE
SYKE.-s' : The great Chicago remedy. Ii- CURE.
DR. tablished in 1870. Has a na- SURE '
SYKES' tional reputation. CURB I
„,, I — ASK DRUGGISTS FOX IT— !,,.„„ '
mm™'*; SI. six for SS. cuke i
. „,. ! Chicago address: \sOKE i
SYKES' ; 1)r C. R. Sykes, 181 Monroe st. CURE •
-vk : - rkdiniTton & CO. SURE
DR. LAXGI.KY & MICIIAELS, SURE '
SYKES' j Wholesale DBiboisiv, San CURE .
DR. I Francisco. SURE j
3YKES' Agents for California. CURE
jeffl v « i
1 WILL PROVE |
mo THE SATISFACTION OP ALL INTELLI. |
X gent people that my practice and system
in treating Diseases of the Eye, Cancer nnd all |
.Cancerous Affections are the most successful
known. '. invite inquiry and refer to hundreds!
of cases of cures effected little less than mlracn- ,
lous. I'll. li. J. COOKSLEY,
928 O street, corner of Tenth, Sacramento. I |
ml'.Mmip j
.. : - .rr' P.- ...-. ■• - . 1
For 35 years at 37 Court Place, now at
3-22 Market Street, TjmjinrillP Vv
Bet. Third and Fourth, UUulUllilUjJVJ
A regnlArty Mne&ted and legally qumllSed phjiician ttil tv
most luojeMftUi as Lis pneocfl win proM. [ 1
Cures all forms cf PRIVATE,
CHRONIC and SEXUAL Bit-
EASES,
Spevjcatorrfeea and Impoleney,
US '...i reratt of self-abase in youth, icximl escessea in :-. I-
tnrer yeara. or other causes, aud \ * wing someof th? . !-
(owing affectrfi ■ i ■-■:- --■' ■• .-. Seminal Kmisslons, (night « .>•
5- i ■ « '■■. ■'.' ■ ■•:■■■• Dimi not Eight, Defective Memory, Phy-
FiceiDecnr, P:iu;,lesoa Fa ■, Aversion •..■ Si \tt3 <■' Females;
Coiif-jM' r. of ':■:;-. I. «■• of Sexual Power, frc, rendering
marn.npe Improper or unhapnr, tro thoroughly and j ra .-
D'titiv eared, SYPHILIS r u(, ' :ixe 0' cured aud en-
« -l r «i;™ "' rromtho ayatcm; Gonorrhea,
GLESr. Stricture, Orchitis, Hernia, tor Kui-tiut),
li. - and other private diseases quickly cured.
It U self-evident that a phy fcician who pays special attention *
to a certain tiaaa of diseased, and treating tronaanda annu-
ally, acquires great Jtiil. Phyaiciana Jjutiwinctliih fhet often
ree mend peraona to mr cart*. When it if inconvenient 'i
visit the city for treatment, medicine* can be sent privately
aud safely by mail or express anywhere.
Cures Guaranteed in all Cases
undertaken, ..
Consultations personally or t>e letter free and invited.
Charges reajonaplcand correspondence strictly conll^vauaL
PRIVATE COUNSELOR
Of 300 pair f'-nt to auy addre^j, securely *'-.7i- -_, for thirty
(30) cents* Should be reud br all. Address a* shores
O^ica hour* from A. M. to 9P. tf. Sundaja, 3t04 I* *
To the Unfortunate.
DR, GIBBOSYIISPEHSARY,
GUI Kearny Street, San Francisco.
Kstablished in 1854,
/p //Itg^ for tlie treatment ol
/y^__<=^. %««. Sexual nnrl Seminal
iH i^~~s--^ ;^Jf?fll Diseases, such as Gon-
onhfea.Glect.Strielurc,
I^Vi^T^P'TST^yT l^. Syphilis in all its forms,
ffijgF& W&msM Seminal Weakness, Im-
/>?y It--. ,^^3s«. potency, tkin Diseases,
ii'7lf\ jlSi: ?J'tW'ii etc.:permanently cured
charge.
L-l^viM !fflßS^)M^*^?^ , ' [ ' ,n ' :1;, I Weakness^
«siJ\f Pii, i-^vSr ,*iiS^ Seminal Emispiions,
Sj^lwlß^t.^^t'ioconsennenccofself-
-1111^- This solitary
; -S N^ '" "■" depraved sex-
ual indulgence :s 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 bead,
ringing in the ears, noise like the rustling of
leaves and rattling of chariots, uneasiness about
the loins, 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 "i' memory, hectic flushes, pimples and va-
rious eruptions about the lace, furred tongue,
fetid breath, conghs. consumption, night sweats,
monomania and in quel (lv insanity.
CI Kill! AT HOME.
Pits.):;? at .i distance may be cured at homeby
addressing a letter to DR. GIBBON, stating case,
symptoms, length if time the disease has con-,
turned snd have medicinespromptly forwaidped !
free from damage and curiosity, to "any part of
the country, with full and plain directions. By
inclosing ten dolls p-sin registered letter, through
the Postoffice, or through Wells, Fargo A Co., a ;
package of medicine will In forwarded to any (
part of the Union. The lioctor cures when others
fail. Try him. Mention the Becird-Umon.
Address DR.' J. F. GIBBON. ,
jaiM-lptf J sox 1957, San Francisco. ,
—■■t.ip^i^p^wmimii nun ■„!—. x^m. sm Lu. il in .p ■■■■n»uj
UNDERTAKERS.
S FEITZ & MILLEE, £ !
d CMIEKTAKKIB, fl
! FRITZ & MILLER, l
UNDERTAKERS,
g Office in Odd Fellows' Temple, Ninth an.l g
§ X streets. Complete stock 6 Undertakers' I
"Goods constantly on hwu. City and c-ouu- a
s»try. orders promptly attended to, day or £
B night, at reasonable rates. Js^^_|
%{?S£kZSCSZ£G2tirZX!SLXZi&.iJ: .' JMrrrJWH^ P»U
part— m— — raßaKP«TCßamp«f|
I J. FRAKK CLARK, P j
g County Coroner and Undertaker, |
g No." 1017 Fonrtnstreet, between J am l X.— j
S Always on hand the most eonSplete^tock of * .
| Undertaking Goods on the coast. Country J
? orders, day or night, will receive prompt at- $
pj teuton.- 'telephone Number, 134. jG-lplm »
W/mfX^^MS7SS^fl : '.-A)^tJ^O'Aih,-^ilX. - ,
jV^saa^pi3Kssp3ca£^332»3SiJKj»ii! Li-zxansasiezßa.'s
I W. J. KAVANAUQH, |
T^IJEItTAKEK, | ,
$313. 7 street, bet. Fifth tui'. Sixth. Ai-»»ys ong i
■hand >-. large assortment of Metallic andß
IVVood^n Caskets, Burial Cases, Coffins and?
I^hrouiia furnished. Coffin orders will receive^ f
I S rompt attention on short notice and at th»^. .
■owes rates. Office open day and night. f« «
"■j^ssstaui je^siMatß^v^^xi^ismeammamfttif
'*" i..p»j^*^.^-'p^.*ip* p" "* .... "P"^ 3^*
"COPARTNERSHIP.
WE CERTIFY THAT WE CONSTITUTE A j
\\ partnership transacting the business of i
Wholesale Dealers in Wines and Liquors under \
the firm name ol H. WEINREICH & CO. Its 1
principal place of business is the city of -aera- ■
mento California. The full name and respec- I
liv, place of residence of all its members arc I
signed hereto. HENRY WEINREICH, I
Residence. Sacramento. California. \
FRIEDRICH RA ; CHF.N, ;
Resilience, Sacramento, California. |
State of Cauivknia, V
County of Sacramento, J °.™
On this -'p'.li 'lay of May, one thousand eight !
hundred and eighty-five, before me, J. C. Tubbs. i
a Nctarv Public in and for the county of Sacra-
mento, "personally appeared HENRY WEIN- i
REICH and FRIEDRICH RASCHEN, person- i
ally known to me to be the same persons whose .
names are subscribed to the within instrument, i
and they acknowledged to me that they cxc- i
cuted the same. i
In witness whereof I hove hereunto set my ;
hand and affixed my official seal, the day and i
year in this certificate first above written." i
[seal.l J. C. TITHBS, Notary l'ublic. <
m27-ttW ' I
. — __ — . . - '
Blocks Ninth and Tenth, TV and V streets,
SACRAMENTO, CAL. ap2l-4p *J
A CARD. ALL WHO ARE SUFFERING
from errors and Indlscieaons of youth,
nervous weakness, early decay, lon ofmanhood,
etc., 1 will semi .1 recipe that will cure you,
FREE OF in vi;,;i'. this great remedy waj
discovered by a misalonai? in South America.
Send .Self-addressed envelope to Kkv. Joski-h T.
ItatAM. Station D, Mew York. jy:tii-'.yMWF
MEnyonsiHEßiLiTY
l.«»t Manhood, frrmatarc 17,,.„, , w „„!.„,..«.
J/r:.tn«m«lnliionnsor .'. bllltl In M. frvin carir
7^%«£Z^:z^?£7;i!^> uua E - »
SVIALE, TREATMENT
nowtlnalywinbi. .iu-,ll„ ■'-..i.ii...li-m,rli,
t- REE to ««rnc«t Inqnlrrrs. (nottol orcurio-
jlty*eckM7ortorKO lUwtratod work on t.1'..-„i,,!ir
. <„iill„.l ''»«•/» 1'1.rn... Bruin -.:...l Nerve.
(.v-iUi-it.forfli-i-nisipi psUiiii«.> Oivvsttxitlmonlals, bu«t
<.V I VI. I. Ai.l.Nt'i ,i; | Fu|t nn St . Xew Vorl
THIS GREAT STRENGTHENING REMEDY
3XT2i!jc^"V3l: TOKTIO
riQ>AJE£ICI ft-«» T,lr >- : • iti»
BS&mf RC8 MATi - "? - " „r
ii»'^S'^- -^ . \S'' vi '' r t«""!ty years or
lii'ffiw^Tft^'^'wJpiii 3 practical experience
UfßiS&* £%SSBfc'ljsoy » THOKOUOB-
,-«H|l?>J- 1; «-.SI V ly.ll.ltlHI)
>' i;. 3-:.:: \;>r.v rr TH
lv:&^n> !^- : li*" , «-* ,s - ,( ' lAy ' ,f ":>e< , f'
niVi'-'t' '<Sir:>i' 1 '- 1, '" : medical col-
's KW'7i£'' / j4' WA 0 R leges c f Europe.
<t^\ 7-,f7Zr r L'i'iiH It oo^ltU eiycn.es
PlrklFiS-^ <i TA! llllßNcrvoua and Physical
tS£.y!JV£&AlUii!i>">' Seminal
teSlSSSieaSpSSassKO Weakness, Bpe r in a-
*t •«v KH vtj>- cc. . torrhiea, Impotency,
»p^^»»» 1 1 l a> ,..ii «Miiiiiin st-nsltivenekS of Uio
parts,) Kidney and Bladder Complaints, Impuri-
tiesof the Blood and Diseases of the skin.
It permanently stops all unnatural weak-
ening drains upon the system, however thiy
occur, preventing Involuntary seminal losses,
debilitating dreams, seminal losses with tbo
urine, or while at stool, etc., so destructive (o
mind and body, and cures all tbe evil effects ot
youthful follies and excesses, restoring Ft-
hausted vitality, Sexual Decline and i,,.-*,
Manhood, however complicated the case
may be.
A thorough us well as a permanent rare
and complete restoration to perfect health,
Strength and Vigor of Manhood is absolutely
guaranteed by this justly celebrated and re-
liable Great Ken-.' Price, 92 60 per botl'e, of
five bottles tor 110. Sent upon receipt of vlcc-
or C. O. V., to any address, secure from obie.-va-
lion -and strictly private by
OK. C. 1). SALFIKLD,
216 KEARNY STRKST. SAM iy. ■: ■<-.-, Cal..
TRIAL BOTTLE FREE,
Sufficient to show its merit, will be sent to ar.y
one applying by letter, stating his symptoirs
and age.
.Consultations strictly confidential, by let-
ter or at office, free.
For the convenience of patients, and In ordi r
to insure {perfect secrecy, I have adopted a pri-
vate address, under which all package aro frr- "
warded.
fiSST^vDR, LIEBIG'S
KTrfft~7*l\T ' -SI WOXDEBn I.
' ,' - : '.yV^T' Vol WOKDEBFi: L,
<J4Mss GERMAN
ealthV INVIGORATOR.
TEE OLDEST, GREATEST AND BEST REM-
edy for the cure of Nervous and Physical
Debility, Vital Exhaustion, Seminal Wei Eneas,
Loss of Manhood, Failing Memory and Relaxed
and Enfeebled condition of the Geuito-Urinary
Organs.
It speedily cures Impotence, Early Pc-
c»7, I^ssof Vigor, SEMINAL WEAKNESS and
all thesnTi effects of youthful follies andabr.se
or EXCESSES OF MATURITY.
It permanently prevents a:! Unnatural
Loss norn the system, as thousands can attest
who hat used the Remedy in the pas- quarter
of a century which It has been before the public.
It Is Indeed « wonderful remedy— toning
the nerves, strengthening the muscles, becking
the waste, invigorating the whole system nnil
restoring the afflicted to HEALTH and La: PI-
NESS.
The Ooetor will agree to forfeit 81,000 for a
case undertaken not cured. The reason so many
cannot Ret cured of Wea i ness and the abov;> dis-
eases is owing to complication called PROSTA-
TORRHEA with Hypersthesia, which requires
special treatment.
Dr. I v Era's Invicohator, No -', with our Pecu-
liar special treatment, Is the only ewe for Pbcs-
tatorrkfj.. By it Manhood is restored and the
hand of lime moved back from aire to youth.
Price of either lnvigorator, ■ -'. Case Of
six bottles, 510. Sent to" p.uy address, covered
securely man observation.
Or. IJebig & Co. treat successfully by Ho-
moei pa hvevery form of SPECIAL. PRIVATE
or CHRONIC DISEASE without mercury or nau-
seous drugs. If vitality Is drained rom the
body, numerous diseases follow that I'RfHe ordi-
nary medical trealmtnt. If allowed to continue,
the unnatural loss causes Consumption, Dia-
betes, itrii-lit's Disease, Insanity, etc. Cures
guaranteed. Diseases of the ■■' ■ urinary or-
gnns. kidneys, liver and bladder epeciaiiy treat-
ed. Diseases of woscek speedily ccbbd.
Qualified and .Responsible.— Liebig it
Co. from Kino:-;-: are regular college educated
physicians, and are now in their nineteenth
year of special practice. -i-
If pirn les appear on the face and body, if you
become listless and easily tired and exhausted,
look out for the complication with Seminal
Weakness, discovered at the LTEBIQ DISPEN-
SARY, known as Prostatorrlirea. DR. LIE-
BIG'S INVIGORATOR, No. 2, is the only known
remedy for the above complication, Prosta-
torrhoea.
Most powerful olectric belts free to payer
To t'liovn WONDKEyC] POWKS 0* TH B IN-
VIGORATOR A 82 r.Oi-TI.K GIVKS OS B3SITFBSS.
i onsultatii d free 'ii- private.
LTEBIG DISPENSARY.
■too Geary street, San Francisco. Cal
Private Entrance, 105 Mason street, fourblocks
up Geary street from Kearny, Mam entreico
through Dispensary Dru? Store. dS-lvAw] y
SPECIALIST AND GRADUATE,
No. II KEAKNT STREET.
rjIREATS ALL ' CHRONIC, PRIVATE AND
i Special Diseases with the samo wonderful
surccess as of old.
THE GREAT EHGLISR REMEDY
•^l^s2ffi^ t s?*vs?sS?3 Is a never-failing cure
L+M.t£7^^7>7?*_ for Nervous Debility,
%\^j7-7-— ' -- : -\ Exhausted Vitality,
TM%7/£ X '"t-i- Seminal v, -: n-s».
■ksf '&£: .. .\ \«1- Spermatorrhoea, i-.<"*t
rfjt J&> J'-- -i' '?'■-'■■'■ f-T Manhood,lEiPOlenry,
yyi >V— [ VW Paralysis, ani all the
i-T- '-1 A-^ <.7r.:-4S terrible effects of self-- -.
_^<tyt__>_l^%'-.7gtfj abuse. yo-jt'afal follies
_$S-&_SK_Z*-_Wi*i&j4 andexcesscsia note
gi^^^fefe*^^ years-* as Loss of
H^^~^^\^MN Memory. lAssltnde,
SSSii*£SLii>^^^ Nocturnal Emissions,
Aversion to Society, Dimness -of Vlsior., NoUes
in the Head ; the vital fluid passing i^, o '*"™'}
in the urine, and many other diseases that leail
to insanity and death. - ";-"-'- _.„,-,._
DR. mintie. who is a reri:-"- physician
{graduttteoftheUniversityofPcnnsyivania)^dll
agree to forfeit Five Humtrcii I).-Ilor» mr a
-.oc- ofthis i'nd the VITAL KESTOKAXIV X.
(under hi.- special advice and treatment) will
note re or towythtag impure ...'lnjurious
found to it. Oli SIINTIE i re.-., an Private
Di^alses successfully without mercury. Con-
Milt-itloii Free. 1 horotiEh examination and
advice including analysis of ortae, 85. Price
S°VitalKV»torSt«ve. »1 r.O a bottle, or four
times the quantity, *5: sent to any address
receipt of Price, or CO. D., secured torn
observation ta private name it desired, be
A. E. 3IINTIE, ft. 0., So. 11 Kearny
street. San Fraucisco, Cal.
sireei. STViIIfLE BOTTLE FREE
Will be sent to any one applying by letter, stat-
ins symptoms, sex and age. Strict secrecy in
regard to all business transactions.
t>K. JiENTIE'S KIDNEY REMEDY, SE-
PUKETICUM. cures all kinds of Kidney and
Bladder Complaints, Gonorrhea, Gleet, Leucor-
rhcea. For sale by all Druggists ; pfl a bottle ; six
Dottles for to.
Dlt. MEhTIE'S DANDELION PIUS are
ie best and Cheapest DYSPEPSIA and
bilious cure in the market. tat sale ! 'J^
Druggists. -
KIRK, GEAEY & GO., Sacramento. whrC^e
Agents • ■/. . .-; : my9-tpiyioi.wiy

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