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SIfSrFILVEOUS.
Absolutely Pure.
lh{« poTrder never varies. A marvel of purity,
■tn-^rt i> and wholefeumenees. More economical
than tbe ordinary kinds, and casual be sold In
com petition with tbe multitude ot low-test,
■hart-weight alum or phosphate powdern. Sold
ttCij :n eaiut. ROYAL BAKING POWI>KR GO.,
106 Wall street, New York.
W. T. COLEMAK & CO., Agents,
cAN FRANOIHOO myMply] ...CAli.
SACRAMENTO BANK.
milE OLDEST SAVINGS BANK IN THE
I city, corucr J and Fifth streets, Sacramento.
Guaranteed capital, SWO.OOO; paid up capital
rid coin, CSrVXK); loans on real estate, March
1888, $2,6i!1,(j0k; term and ordinary deposits
March 1, 188. *>;2Z&,4&a. Term and ordinary
depi>>>its received, and divideuJs paid iv Janu
ary and Jn'v Money loaned upon real estate
only. 'Ihe Bauk does exclusively savings bank
bUM'jess. Information furnished upon aj<plica-
Uo.i to W. p. OOLEMAN, Presldeut.
En. R. Hamilton, Cashle-. 4ptf
NATIONAL BANK
-OF-
D. 0. MILLS & CO.,
SACRAMENTO. CAL.
Capital $000,000
DIKKOTOBS:
KTXiAR MILLS— President
B. I'KESIISi SMITH Vice-president
FRANK MIi.LHR Cashier
CHA*. Y. DILLMAN Assistaai Cashier
p. o. mm, tptf
CALIFORNIA STATE BANK.
!>«,< -a a Geii«r&l Itanklsg liuslaeati.
**-I>rawi Exchange ou all the priucipa)
Citit.-: '.»f Uiv; world.
OFFICKISS:
President S. l>- Rn>KOUT
Vlce-Prr.sidenl FUEL'KIU<;K COX
O«*hier A. ABBOTT
DIUKCTOKS:
V. \\. CLARK. GKO. C. PERKINS,
JOSEPH UTKFFENS, J. R. WATSON,
N. D. KIBEOCT, FItKDiCItIcK COX,
A. ABEOTT. tf
PEOPLE'S 6AVIKGS BANK,
OSlce— No. 50(1 J atreet, Sacr»inenta.
Capital Stock Paid Up $225,237 00
Term and ordinary deposits received.
Dividends Paid fioaii-Annually.
•j- Mouej Loaned ou Keal Katate Only,
WM. BEckHAN, Prehident.
ffn. F. BONTOON. tiecretary. 6m
THE CROOKER^WOOLWOEIH
National Itank of San Francinco,
322 PINE STREET.
FAIU-CP CAPITAL 81.000 000
(Successor to Crocker. Woolworth & Co.)
UIKECTOKS :
CHARLES CROCKEIi E. li. MILLER, JR.
B. C. WOOLWORTH I'rebident
W. K. BROWN Vice-Presideut
W. U. CROCKKK [ipti] Cafchier
hotels jlhd BagAPKtarc.
PRIVATE BOARDING
AND LODGING, NATHAN B'UI DIN(i, COR
ner Seventh aud 1 streets— The dlniugrootn
nas been entirely refitted aud refurnished, aud
will be kept iv first-class style, board, S* v
Week. Milo. S. A. UUTCHINGS,
aplO-lin Proprie!or.
GOLOSM EAGLE HOTL:. ,
••-.STRICTLY PIEBT-CLASB. "«>■»
Frc« Bm i) infl rtooi thu Can.
_ H W. <>. HOWFKS, Pfaprtoti
WESTERN HOTEL.
NOS. 809 TO 819 R STOKES.
aXOJSX BLOCSa FSOH RAILKOAD DSFOT,
LeHiing Bufiir.otw nud Kan-.ily Hotel of saf>
Itmcv.ii), Cal Ihu most ci.uveuinit to Post-
Dfiice. Kxproai e.p.d Land OffiOCS. All Court* am)
Flare- of Araust-ioeiu. Mei»l», 2.% cente. 7irsi
elafx in all iv appointment*. Free Ooath toand
from • ■■ 11-noV WM. LAND, T-roprietor.
WINDSOR HOTEL,
Oorner Kl^iitii nu<l ,1 gtre« ( tf*, Sacrainmitu,
NEARY & FLAHERTY, Props.
Tl f BAJLS, a.", CKNTH. BBBT FAMILY ITOTEL
X»'l In tb'? Cttr. Street Cars i<ass within one
block o! the houae. n»-tf
CAPITAL HOTEL,
SACRAMENTO,
OOKNEK 9KVKNTH ANO X BTKKKIP.
First-Clans Hoase.
3L,l«sdIS«; & (iI'TH US, P-opHclon.
A - b"ree Omnibus w an'" f-ttr. '.he C»r%. "O
PACIFSC HOTEL~
Oom«r X nii'l Filth «*r* a o'.*>, S>torv.iaonlo*
■HE-TTRALLY !.<>■„ 1 ■_! .'.: V < ONTCMIIKT
\J touil plne^ o: UOOKBiuiit. Ihe l>t^i i<UD-
Ly n itel la :r..- cUj lUc Table alvfs;> applied
wit!-, ite beat tbe r-iKi-^t >fibrd». Str-«>i (*;>
Iroin .'. •: I-'tpo" :•■--!' .• revorj five mitiaKe.
Meals. centK. C. "'■ BIN »LgTOS, ProprtetW
THE9AOOI.E ROCK
HKiTAURAHT US CTSTBB HOUS?.
I^iasT-cLASi aorss ;.\ kvk.y eucspzct.
Lndie*' bitunc-iouin Msciernto. Oi«>u daj
»<-..' r.i.:ht. HV. iiVE.'.S- .v:.\ !-.l'. \UHtK. iro
pr -t-.-- 1019 ■• ml street, betwi n I an<T X,
Ba. taiu, mo. tf
ST. DAVID'S,
15 Uow»r«l st., r.ear I'iit; ii. -,m I"?hi,clsm>.
AHBSX-CIiASS LOKSIKQ IiuTEL. CON
lalnhig 2Cil r^ . iai ,j]
r> r bed in ibttwoild; aotues;
ai. • ■ ■■ > toe Ua . by air*lher;
*Ih.'c.' rmuiu. rood; not ' id euld «"n>-.- Lsihs
BM PHoe •: ■ . (md 75 oen 8;
per week, lroot t . ,11 iiifii.i.
X (C. GHKS I'-., ii..-ior.
•P* At MarVitstnKt ! ■ ■ ■ . i-I.iui 1
«'-■ ■ ••■ Man - tijrrt •: : ... ,i..
RICHARDS & KNOxT
-ORAL! US i: -
Lumber, Doo^s. Windows and
Blinds.
Maiu Oaico an'l "itirii. N.-rl!-, » 17-t Tllll il»l
•»■€••. i>i hikl M si». !p
WATE IHO : ■*;. LEST
ASD OAIUUASB TB?!.'2ir>«iS,
JOS, 711, 713 Md 7^S J uml, •S:i«:»roento
I?o> M to V.r H .,- Ate» "an Kiii;;^cr
jho. US FrecißUjjj. „ iwi._ Jiaxt Vc;i
FOREIGN TOPICS.
A REVOLUTfOXARY SESTIMEST IN
BULGARIA.
The Crofters Emigration Scheme—
Priests Discnss tbe Papel De
cree—Russian Troops.
[SPECIAL DISPATCH EP TO TH* BICOBn-USIOB. ]
SHUTTING OIT COOMES.
Out in Australia The; Quarantine Clu
li"-< -L. <:<-l; Vessels.
[Copyright, iboS, by the California Associated Prcxt. \
Melbourne, May 2d.—The Legislative
Council at Victoria has ordered that vessels
bringing Chinese immigrants to the colony
be quarantined during the pleasure of the
authorities. Ihe steamer Afghan, with
twenty-six Chinamen aboard, tbe landing
of wh'oru the authorities here refused to
permit, has sailed for Sidney, where an
other atttmpt will be made to land the
pasacn^ers.
At a meeting held in the Town Hall
here to-day, over which the Mayor pre
sided, it was unanimously resolved to de
mand that the Government impose a poll
tax of £100 sterling upon every Chinese
immigrant, with an annual residence tax
of £20 sterling.
ASSISTED CROFTERS.
I in- Movement to Help Scotchnioii Em
igrate to Canada.
Copyright, ISB-S, by Vie Calijomia Associated Press.]
London, May 2d. — In the House of Com
mons last evening, McDonald, Lord Advo
cate of Scotland, stated that the Govern
ment proposed to advance £1,000 to promote
tbe emigration of crofters to Canada in
addition to the sum raised by private sub
scription. Each crofter's family will re
ceive £120, to be repaid the Governments
in twelve yearly installments, free land to
be given to the crofters by the Canadian
Government.
Gavin Clark moved that the House ad
journ; in order to consider the question of
the imminent danger to law and order in
the Highlands and islands of Scotland, re
sulting from the collapse of the Crolters'
Act.
After debate, in which the Scotch and
Irish members took part, Clark's motion to
adjourn was negatived by 205 to 99.
W litre Is Heury M. Stanley?
London, May 2d. — Advices have been re
ceived from Zanzibar from Emm Bey,
dated November 2d, stating that he had
been reconnoitering for Stanley, but had
heard nothing ot him up to that time.
Emm himselt was well, and his relations
with the chiefs aud people in the vicinity
of his station were satisfactory. Stanley's
relief stores had reached Usambino, near
Malalla. His mails were at Ozanda, where
the Arabs were hostile and treacherous.
Kuiperor Frederick.
Bonn, May 84.— -This morning's bulle
tin announces that Emperor Frederick
passed a better uight, aud the fever is de
creasing.
A lent has been erectfd in the park sur
rounding the Castle of Charlottenber^, in
which the Emperor enjoys the warm hours
of the day. A bath-chair, drawn by a
pony, has also been provided for the Em
peror's use.
Keller Denied the Tolleis.
\ f 'oyijrighl, l£BSft &y o\r California .Asxociatrd I'rrs*.}
Londok, May 2d. — In the House of Com
mons tonight Sir John Lubbock moved the
second reading of the bill closing shops at
8 p. m. on five days of the week, and 10 p.
M. on Saturday.
Bradlaugh denounced the bill as abso
lutely immoral in principle and absurd in
detail. The bill was rejected by a vote of
273 to 'J5.
LouK' Distance Runniug.
ICopyrigld, 1888, by Vie California Associated Press.}
London, May 2d. — W. G. George and W.
Cum m ings of England have made a new
match to ruu three distances lor $500 a side,
viz: three-quarters of a mile at Prestoa,
May 12th ; one mile at Aston Grounds,
Birmingham. May 2f>;h, and two miles in
Scotland, June Gin. In the event ot either
man winning the first two races, the two
mile race will fall through.
The Decree in ireland.
[Copyright, IStS, by the California Associa>il Iras.]
Dublin, May 21— The priests of Clare
privately discussed yesUrday the ;iapal de
cree against the League. They di';l not de
fine any line of action. Clare people seem
indifferent, and will adhere to the League's
entire programme.
London, May 2J.— Gladstone thi.iks that
the papal decree will streegthen me cause
of home rule.
Bulgarian ltoodlerg Sentenced.
[C'ojiyr.j/W, lsflS, by the California Astociu, Preu.\
Sofia, May 2J. — Major Popoff, v. uo :\^
convicted of embezzling funds belonging
to the War Office, has been sentenced to
lour years' penal servitude, and has also
been deprived ol his rank in the army. U.
B diotl and otber prisoners were each sen
tenced to terms of imprisonment varying
from five to twelve months.
A French Duel.
IKBS, by the Calif m-nia Associated l*ras.\
Pakis, May 2d. — Due de Gramot and M.
Kaembault iought a duel with swords yes
terday afternoon on the race track at Le
visiuet. The combat ended after Raembault
liud wounded his opponent in the groin.
The wound i 3 not dangerous.
Thty Had a Little " Kacket."
f< 'pjyrijW, 1 C »?S, by L\r California Assnciaied Press.]
Londok, May 2J. — The concluding half
of the match fur the world's championship
at racket, between Latham the champion,
■ndGray, Wfta played to-day at the court
of the Charterhouse School, and resulted
in a victory for Latham after a superb con
llit.
Commission ol CardinalH.
[CtpyrigU, ISSS, hy the California Associated l"rcss]
Rome, May 2d. — In accordance with
orders of Poi>e Leo. a special Commission
of Cardinals is examining Irish attain?, and
especially the agitation now going on, with
the object of taking further steps, and
perhaps of revising what already has been
dune.
l.'unii Hj- aud Bis Cipher.
K'ojiyriglil, IV*, by the California Associated l'ress.]
London, May 2d. — The Standard aud
Morning Pott give much space to Donnelly's
book, '" The Great Cryptogram," and both
■peak respectfully of the author and his
scholarship, but uispamge his conclusions.
A Sort of Counter-Irritation.
IS<S, by Vie California Associated Frett. j
London, May 2d. — President Carnot is
credited with making his trip to South
France in the interest of the p trty and to
divert public attention from the Boulanger
demonstrations.
The Egjptimn Loan.
\Cop>jrig'd, ISW, by Uk California AmodmUi Pre^.\
Loxiion, May 2d. — The Rothschilds an
nounce t bat the Egyptian 4£ per cent,
bjnds of £'.'33,000, at y'lj per cent., will be
issiu-d in Lundou and Berlin on Thursday
next.
Profenfor IlaxleJ's Health.
{Copyright, ISS3,6y the California Associated Press. 11
I.ondos, May 2.1. — Professor Huxley,
who is now claying at Bournemouth, ha^
b?en seriously ill during the spring, and he
has been ordered to proceed to Swi'.zeriaud
lor his htalth.
The Greek* in Earnest.
Athens. May 2-t. — Ir.s' ructions have been
forwarded to the Grecian Minister at Con
stantinople to ssver diilomatic relations
flith tiae Porte and withdraw.
Another ISiilg^iian How.
London, May 2d. — Another revolutionary '
j.roclamttiou is being circulated in Bui- j
j:aria. The language is exceptionally vio- '
luut.
They Halt be Getting Thick.
'.C-p'jTijKt, IS-S. by Che California Associated Press, j
Lokd: n, May 2d. — It is reported that
Rosas is moving additional troops toward ■
tuc Austria:: frontier.
The Kind-Ilcarted riiipn-s..
. ' ' i'mt .J
Berlin. M.iy £■!. — E;opr<- V i will!
stast to muTtow for the district :!u.ded by
the Elbe. j
FHCENiX MILLS
Him ROLLER BOCKWHEIT FLOUR
rpBJS PLOUE IS MASL'FACTCRED OF SK
I :. .tii Sr.ek wheat by a new Roller Pr.ftfs
and lor puriiy and whiteness is the finest in the
market. 1» not pay fancy prices for the a-t
em articie, tut give the PHCEKIX a trial and
yon wiil use uo other.
VrOTICK la HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE:
±\ undenigoed win apply to the (Governor of ;
Ite of Calilornin tor a pardon forC. R. j
C.ark. who was convicted in the Superior Court
of Sacramento county . uue 9, 1865, ot the crime
of murdt-r at*d sentenced to imprisonmr-ut for
life. Dated, Sacramento, April 27, 1888. Mrs.
C. U. clari. apa 30t
SACUAMEXTO DAILY KECORD-UNIOtf, TIII'HSDAY, MAY 3, 1888.
SAN FRANCISCO AND VICINITY.
George T. Coultir has n turned, and de
nies that he left the city with the intention I
of going East with Mrs. Ooleman, the
woman who eloped with an actor.
Richard Stombs, for many years the Sec
retary of the Olympic Club, is lyiDg at his
home dangerously ill, and his "physicians
have, it is stated, very poor hopes of his
recovery.
Elizabeth Sullivan, aged 11 years, has
been awarded $5,000 damages against Fred
W. Utter for injuries received from a bomb
which the latter caused to be exploded on
the 4th of July.
Travelers are now making the Yosemite
pilgrimage in large numbers. The large
patronage and consequent competition be
tween hotel-keepers has just forced the
hotel prices down from $4 to $3 a day.
Colonel Harry Fiiincgass has ended his
seventeen pear*' term as United States
Seer, l Service Agent for this division. All
the property was turned over to United
States Marshal Franks, who will act as cus
todian until a successor is named.
Another commission merchant and grain
dealer went to the wall yesterday, Lewis
W. McGlauflin making an assignment for
the benefit (>{ his creditors. As near as it
was p< s.-ib!i> lur him to know at present,
his ioial liabilities will toot up between
$40,000 and $50,000. He thought his assets
would equalize the amount.
The Grand Jury has reported additional
indictments for peijury against \V. H. Trot
ter and S. Bartmao, who are now in the
County Jaii awaiting trial for a sumi<tr of
fense. Trotter, it is alleged, perjured him
se'.l in qualifying on the bond of Albert
Rai&hold, charged with grand larceny, and
Barinian was one of the sureties ot Maggie
Farley, a courtesan, charged with rob
bery-
Everybody km iws that the siring is the
best teas^rt ;.- take a good medicine.
Hood's Sdiu&purilla is the most popular
and successful spring medicine and blood
purifier. 100 duses one dollar.
A Word about Catarrh.
" It is the raucous membrane, that wonderful
seini-lliiid envelope surrounding the delicate
tissutsofthe air and food passages, that Catarrh
makes its stronghold. Once established, it eats
iiitu the very vitals, and renders life but a long
drawn breath of misery and disease, dulling the
sense of hearing, trammeling the powers of
speech, destroying the faculty of smell, taiming
the breath, a* il Killing the refined pleasure of
taste. Insldiouaiy, by creeping on lrom a
pie cold in the head, it a-Miits the membrane
ous lining and envelops the tones, eating
thro igh the delicate coals and causing in Hain
matiou, slouching and death. Nothing short of
total erar!lt;«tion will Fecure health to the pa
tient, and all alleviatives are simply procrasti
nated sufferings, leading to a fatal termination.
BAKFOBD's Radical Cuke, by Inhalation and by
liitcmtil administration, has never failed ; even
when tbe dines ■ has made frightful inroads on
delicate eon-. : itions. hearinir. Mr.ell and taste
have been roeovcred, and the disease thor
oughly dii son out."
BANFOw>'t ICawc.l cn:Kconfistsof one bot
tle (. I ihe Kal'Hwi. CtitE, one box Catai;l'.iiai.
Kui.vENT aud one Imi'bovkd Inhalek, neatly
wrapped in one package, with full directions;
price, a.
Potter I r.ru .\sn Chemicai. C0.,803T0n.
ACHES.
jgl^S'Jy Sharp Aches, Dull Painß. Strains
r\^fC!k uU .^ Weakness, relieved in one
j R?^» "linuii lythi <:«^ umAntl-Paln
\^^ST^ ■ ' ! *>t<T. ;i pKT(€Ci fUt'dolQ to p.ii-i
Infln .;• ,i ii ,v. ii uenKiic-s. Ihe fhst and Only
paiL.-iill-uir Plastt r. Instantaneous, infallible,
safe. Acknowledged by druggists and physi
cians to be the best yet prepared. At'all drug
gists, "ii cents; five for SI; or, postage free, of Pot
teh Devg and Chkmical Co., Boston, Mass. MTh
-1- bast pßca id California to tuwe yompcte^ngda...
■ r trttmao -VCoV. < k I St,.BiaM»a«o.C»l
This is the Top of the Genuine
Pearl Top Lamp Chimney.
All others, similar are imitation.
j^JTJLTTvTI i i s exact Label
j^Ka ffllP**6A i s on each Pearl
r WFi ' I^^ii Top Chimney.
tißKT^rtjStj A dealer may say
>7^S SpC^ others as good,
BUT HE HAS NOT.
Insist upon the Exact Label and Top.
For Sale Everywhere. Made only by
6E(U. MACBETH & CO., Pittsburgh. Pa.
For Baie by the SACRAMKNTO GLA«S ANL>
OROCKKKY CO., 929 J street, and 920 and 92S
Seventh street. Socrainento. ]y4-lyTTß&wly
DRUNKENNESS!
Or the Liquor Babit Po'Ulvely Cnred
by x.imi'.i -t. run; Dr. Halneb'
Golden Specific.
It eau be given in a cup of coffee or tea with
out the knowledge of the person taking it; U ab
solutely harmless, and will effect a permanent
and speed? cure, whether the patient is a mod
erate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands
of drunkards have been made temperate men
who have taken Golden Specific in their coffee
without their knowledge and to-day believe
they quit drinking of their own free will. IT
NrVLR FAILS. The system occe impregnated
with theSpeoific.it becomes an utter impossi
bility fir the liquor appetite to exist. For sale
by Jos. HAHN ,t CO., Drugeists, corner
Fifth and J streets, Sacramento, Oal. dS-TThSly
AUCTION SALE
—OF—
County Property.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE.S THAT. IN
pursuance to an order of the Board of Su
pervisors of Sacramento County, California,
duly entered on April 7, 1883, that on
Friday, May 11, 1888,
At 10n' clock a.m., at the door of the County Court
house of SHcramcnio County, California, there
will be sold at public auction, to the highest
bidder for cash, the old Bridge spanning the
American liiver on the line of Twelfth street of
Sacramento City, the Board of Supervisors of
said couuty reservirg from said sale the plank
ing on said bridge, and further reserving the
right to ieject any aud all bids for the san.e.
Wit B. HAMILTON. Clerk of Said Board.
aplO-td
CERTIFICATE 0? CO-PARTKERSHIP.
THIS 13 TO CERTIFY THAT THE UNDER-
Bi;med constitute a 10-partnershirj, trans
acting bus ms-. under thn firm name and style
of Lipman. Wieger it Co.. at Sacramento. Cali
fornia The nam ■.- in full of all tbe meinbe s
of such co-pvtnerahlp an> Solomon Lipman, ;
Morris stcrnfels Chnrle< Wieger and Soloanon '
Wanerntann, and their plaoes of re-ideoce are as i
follows, viz : Solomon Lipman. New York City, |
Now York : Morris Siernfels. Portland. Oreei.n ;
Solnmon Wassennann and Charles Wieger.
Sacramento, California.
Witness our hands this 28th dnv of Marc h, ISSB.
[Signed] SOLOMON I.II'MAN,
MO3RIS STERSFKLS,
S WASSERMANS,
CHA& WIE ;ER.
Duly acknnwl-.-rt by Sotomon Lipman, March,
2#. ISSS, befire Herman Hildebrand. Noiarv
Hnblic, (i:y and Oonatr of New York, New
York : by Muni- t-ternltls, before Ihos. A.
Stephens, a Nutary Public, County of Mult
nomal), Oregon; and by Solomon "Wassermaa
and i liar . Wteger, bofiue Albert M. John>ou,
Notary Public. Sacramento county, Cdllforuia.
li:dor>ed: Filed April 11. !>--.
Wit. B. HAMILTON, Clerk.
apli-StTh
M w e cordiaJly recemmeajl
,^J^^^4wfl 7' J ~ : ' ' rfx;. J »
At* I "'i » t'ATS.^B tod CtiM,
BK* tfTtrantwii ant to 9 Vl > hsrc sold c-)r.:idcr.
£ZW CIGX Strte-«:r«. ■ ar>, an.lin erery c«s« I;
CiacinmUjyJUJ Hudson. N. ?.
XjSk^^l Sold 1 j D^sziso.
™ Pi-o 41.00.
fo^.S-lvTT 1 -
VrfEAIC, UNDEVELOPED PART!
»)f the lioilv cs:.-.-;eU a;; 1 61rc2rtb«:r.c j. r'u.l tarUct
tonunti »ltd free. t'.IK MKD. ■.■■<.. Brrnu., N.I
SUFFEBEBSn"IEIIBOaESJSS?^KS
result of ever-Work. Indiscretion, etc;, iddrcss «U>r
narM-lyT*ffce
WEAK AW.cc Free I How to Aft!
,c*M —^ IjCtst Vipor and Manhood rt«oredf l*re
'* M AD" munrt IVcliiWMid FiF.otiociil disorders
JVw,"ri , A rwr«itril»o«(Stom«<-h Medirine«. Sailed
rvi Dil-JM T'»ti«« tpntfrMnponsT-plirKiow*
kllr(Ui«V MAISTM f.5.,10 P»it w ie«, StwTort.
lu2;-KTTS&wiy
COMMERCIAL.
SACRAMENTO ALARKKT.
Sacramento. May 2d.
FRCJlT— Lemons— Sicily, *5 5U<e,G » box.
California.Bl 502)2 50; Riverside, S2 [email protected]; Lime*,
S» 50:c» t* cox. B1 [email protected]>1 50 * lnO; Banauah, ?^*:< s>»
W buuta for Imaud ; Pineapples, X IO&
7 50 ; Ctocoßnuta, »7s-8 ; Oranges, River
side Seedling. 82 75^»3 9 box; Duarte
S2 50&2 75; do Riverside, Navel, 85*
5 50 ; California, SI 75®2 25; San Gabriel
Navel, 83 60<a,1; Seedlings, San Gabriel, »2<<i2 2.V
San Gabriel Lemons. S2 DO; Strawberries, lO&llc-
Cherries, S2(i2 25 V box.
DRIED FRUITS— New crop Apples, sliced, [email protected]
6c » ft>; evaporated. 10®ilc; do quartered, 419
sc; Pears, peeled, 6®7c; Plums, pitted. 5210 c;
Peaelios, ftivlOc; do peeled, l&§i2oe; Prunes,
(jerm^ul, [email protected]; Frencli, 10®llc; French Prunes
evaporated, 12}ic; Blackberrie*, 12Vc1%;
Figs, California, [email protected]; Apricots, 9<aioc;".Nec
tarines, [email protected]"c; California Figs, V 20- tbbx, 81 25;
per pound in sks. Be: Smyrna Ovals, 15c: Flau,
16^i7c; Tubs, 9®loc ; Dates, 50-B> bxs, 7>*«8o;
Dates. Cartoons, [email protected]
TABLK FiiUil— /iseorted, 2J£-fi> cana, 9 <*.os,
J2; Peaches, -i 10; Bartlett Pears, $2 10;
Plums. SI 50feU 70; Blackberries, S2&2 10; Goone
berrieß, 81 90(dl2; Strawberrieß, 82 50®2 75; Ap
ricou, SI *J®l 90; Muscat Grapes, gl 60^1 75;
Red Currants. S2 15(32 20: Cherries. S2 ZtSi 75.
PIE FRUIT*- 2Ji-3b cans, Apples, 81 SO; Ap
ricots, SI 35: Blackbt-rries, 81 50; Green Gages,
SI 25; Gooseberries, 81 55; Grapes, 81 25; Plums,
81 30; Pears. 81 3S; Peaches, ?1 55 » doz.
VKGETABUfij— Asparagus, 5125&1 60 ■$, bx:
Green Peas, sweet, [email protected]; common, 2 @ 3c;
Wax Beans, S^JlOc , Rhubarb, 81 @2 * bx :
New Potatoes, l&lKc 1b; Cucumbers, [email protected] 50
$ doz.; Potatoes— Karly Rose, 5u»75c; buow
flakes(Dayton,Nev.),Bl 20®l 30; Peerless, Sl 10®
1 25; Salt Lake, SI [email protected] 35; Lovelocks, [email protected] 25;
Garnet Chile, 75c<5.81; Nevadas.Sl 10(41 25; Bur
banks (Oregon), Sl&l 25 * ctl; Onions,
83(c»5 50; Cabbage, new, [email protected] 25; Carrots,
50(^60c » 100 Bk> ; Turnips, new, SI [email protected] 50 p
sack; bunch vcgetables.lOc 'J* doz; Parentr*. Bl so
@2 50; Beets, 75c<§>81; Horse Radish., s<§>6c!j*lb;
Garlic;, 2ij£3c; ArtlchokeE, [email protected] %l dozen: Green
Peppers, 10;a»12%c 9 fi>; Cauliflower. [email protected] 25;
Celery, 50®bOc : Winter Squash, 825®30 V ton.
BREAUaTUFFS— Fiour, W25 bbl; Oatmeal,
10-ft sack, 4c '# ft, S3 (sOIOO-Ib sack; Cornmeal,
white and yellow, S2 *# 25 ft sacks, 82 25 in 10
--tb tacks; Cracked Wheat, 82 60, 10-ft sacks; 82 10,
100-ft sacks; Hominy, 82 75, 10-ft sack; 82 55 »
100 tos.
POULTRY— Dealers' prices: Live Turke7B,
hens, 13ail4c; (jobblers, [email protected]»l:lc; dressed, 15®16c;
full-grown Chickens, 86 50(0,7 * dozen ; young
Roosters, S7f.s 8 <p dozen ; broilers, S6 @8:
tame Ducks, »[email protected]; Pekin, [email protected]; Geese, [email protected] 25
f, pair.
EGGS— California, firm, 20(£21c; Eastern, [email protected]
Tf* dozen. • t
DAIRY PRODUCTS— Butter, Valley, 22®
24c * tt>; Petaluma, 25c ¥ ft; Kast
ern, packed in flrkina, choice, 22>j
@25c; common, 20c. Cheese, California. 12a>
13c: Young America, 13gil4c; Eas,tern Cream,
14ia>15c; Limburger, 20<%21c: Renuli.a tjwiss, 29c;
Amenr in Swiss, 21c: California Swiss, 18&20 c;
Ma: . .u's Cream, [email protected]
HAY, GRAIN AU O FEED— Oat Hay, 516©16 V
ton; Alfalfa do, 8) 312 pton; Bran, 817 9 ton;
Middlings, 120 5 ton ; Barley, whole, pay-
Ing 75(3,b0c; rolled, SI 05; Wheat (choice milling),
paying. 81 iiOAl 35 ft cwt: Rye, B2 [email protected] 75; Tame
Oats, SI 75 i Wild Oats, 81 35&1 50 ; Corn, paying
31 25 « cw .
MISCELLANEOUS— Ueeds — Alfalfa, 9«iSlOc;
Timothy, Eastern, 9©9>ic ?» ft ; Pop Corn,
Ear. 2 @ 2%c, Shelled, 2% ® 3c; <p B>;
Red Clover, [email protected] » ft; Red Top,
6K @ 7c. Kut»— Chile Walnuts, new, [email protected];
California Walnuts, [email protected] ; Almonds,
new, [email protected] ; Peanuts, California, 6®6>ic:
Eastern, [email protected] Lard (California), cans, «k(s>9;
Eailera, bsfc<g,9l,(.c. Hides, salt, light and me
dium, 6c; Ecavy steers, 8c; dry, 12c. Tallow,
1(0>4%e. New Hops, no market.
MEATS— Beef, [email protected]; Mutton, 8c; Veal, Be,
Spring Lamb, lie; Hogs, [email protected]^c; dressed Pork,
B>{@9c; Hams— Eastern, 14>Jc; California. 123^C;
Bacon — Medium, [email protected]}^c : selected, 12c ; extra
light, 14c; extra light boneless, lie.
SAN FRANCISCO OIARKKT.
Ban Francisco. May 2d.
FLOTR— The advance €Ktal>lished a few days
ago is well maiutaini.il. Net ca^h price lor
California : Kxtra, Si 90{$4 IU f. bbl: Suptirtine.
52 BDOIS 10.
WHEAT— The end of tbe month, eutered oa
to-day, will terminate buyer season coutraets
made iv spuculative circles. The adjudication
of such engagements is expected to give zest to
Call Board ojierittious for the next tliree or four
weeks. In regard to shipping business, there is
nothing iloiup. Asking prices preclude any
movement in the export line. Standard quali
ties of Wheat are quotable at SI 40(gil 45, because
that is about the basis on which speculittivo
trading is negotiated, and holders are looking
iv that direction for possible custom.
BaKLKY— There has been quite a little spurt
in Barley within a few days. The absence of
needed rain is admitted to be among tbe more
direct causes for the advance. No improvement
is noted in the demand for teed descriptions,
however, though holders seem confident that
there will be much better inquiry in the near
luture. Agents of Brewers are said to be look
ing arouud, uud it is more than probable that
increased travel will develop in the brewing
article before long, tome medium quality of
Chevalier is oßering, though at present not re
ceiving attention. We quote as follows: Feod,
good to choice, [email protected]; Brewing, fl 02}.;®
1 10 » ctl.
OATtS— Receipts are of light proportions, and
the market generally has much better toue.
The improvement in Barley has not been with
out influence ou the Oat market. Strictly
choice stork remains scarce, and holders enter
tain rather strong views as to values. We
quote : .Surprise, SI COiai 70; milling, $1 50;
cnoice feed SI 42Vi®l 45; No. 1. SI 4U;
N0. 2. $1 32!^i5il 3T>; ofifgrades, *127^-ai 30; Black,
nm»i&§?»cti.
CORN — Buyers appear to be indiflereut,
though prices show tair eteadiness, us holders
are 'anything but disposed to foTCe trade. Quota
ble'at SI :!o©l 32% for small aud Jl 32%' ml 35
t* ctl for large Yellow. The last sale ot White
was at 81 37>i¥ctl
CRACKED COkN-Quotable at S3O * ton.
CORNMEAL— MiIIers quote Feed at [email protected] $
ton; fine kinds for tbe table, in large and small
packages, 2J^(qi2%c ¥ B).
Oll.i'AKK MEAL— Quotable atS&^ton.
SEEDS— Are dull. There are fair offerings of
Yellow Mustard, but very little Brown is to be
found. For neither kind is there any special
demand. Alfalfa is neglected, the season for
planting being over. We quote: Mustard,
brown, S^@3: Yellow, 81 75(5-2 10 ctl;
Canary, SUgM'.jc; Hemp, 3>^a4c ; R&pc, IK®
L'Kc: Timothy, Sc; Alfalfa, [email protected]»>ic ft B); Flax,
S2 2T>'s:2 7;"> V ctl.
MIDDLINGS— Prices are steady and not likely
to decline. Quotable at 81U [email protected]>20 50 1« ton.
HAY— Dealers report a fairly actively market
at tirm figures. We quote : Choice Wheat,
$18<&19; tame Oat; Sl3 [email protected] 5«); wild Oat,
Sl3 [email protected] 50; Wheat and Oat, *13 [email protected];
Barley. S12016; Alfalfa, Sllffil2 ©ton.
STRAW— QuoUbIc at 45f<s55c ■$ bale.
HOPi — Stagnant. It is not possible to get any
one to talk business. Nominal at 4-«. tv t* tt>.
BKAN— Sells promptly at ruling rateß.
Quotable at [email protected]ß t» ton.
RYE— Sellers have advanced the asking price
to 82 ■£ cti. Thulast transactions was at tl <5.
BUCKWHEAT— Market nominal at [email protected] 05 »
ctl.
GKOKNI) BARLEY— Quotable at 823<a'Jl V
ton.
I'OTATOICS -Nobody wants old stock and
guiding quotation* are out ol the question. Ar
rivnls remain on the wharf until it becomes ab
solutely necessary to clean up, and the buyers
name tneirown tigures. I(ew range from 50(g)65c
flctl.
ONION. 11 — Old are declining, the range from
fair to Choice being v .:.:> V ctl. Arrivals of
new are ou the increase aud crires are easy at
60®70c f 1 ctl.
DRIED PEAS— We quote: Blackeye, S2©
2 10; Niles. *1 75mi2; Green, ?2 [email protected] ctl.
BEANS — Scarcely any trading. Whatever
little move does exist is of jobbing nature.
Wholesale purchasing is out of the quest ion at the
moment. We quote: Bayos, $21tV0.2 2o ; Butter,
nominal : Piuk. $2 2009 40: Red, SI [email protected] IU;
Lima, S3 2S&B 75; Pea, S3 25®3 75; Small
White, S3 25«n:» 60 "iR ct.L
VKOBTABLBB— Strintt Beans were iv liberal
simply this moruiug. the receipts footing up
over LOO sacks. Asparagus sells at good figures,
considering the competition from other va
rieties. Green Peas move oft" fairly, there being
no surplus to worry about. Cucumbers make
light exhibit. Summer .--quash is not much of a
favorite, but limited receipts enable dealers to
obtain rather high figures. We quote : Aspar
agus, SUal 25 s> box for ordinary kinds and
$1 [email protected] 2o for choice quality; Rhubarb, 250760
/ \ A Splendid Shoe.
/ /^\ *%> \ People will not leave tried and
I 1 - \ f avorite brands of SHOES for
| /^^J""l 1 new ones unless there are strong
i (^A * \ 1 reasons for so doing.
\ ~S~L^J I Hence a new make of SHOES
\ I that at once springs into favor,
\ / crowding out old brands,
\ / MUST OF NECESSITY pos
\ / sess strong points of supe-
/ Such is the history of the B.
W^i^^» f &H< $4 SHOE - Although a
'fe%&is^ffis new production, it has already
; T-'f had a large sale, and is prob
-31^;"':-' '"'-■. ably just what its makers in-
S£BSu!s£*m tended it to be—the BEST
fis||||l Shoe of its kind in the market.
J^^^^K V " It comes in aii sizes and sev
[fgi >'V V r I FOlt -AI,K LN BACK.VMKNTO ONLf BY
ft MB ieihstock, ldbin & co.
V box; Green Peas. SI i"Ks,l si> ¥ sack: Btriue
Beans, s<a7e y lb; Wax Beans, fi<*Bc V » ; Sum
mer Squash. lii«sl2c ? lb; Los Aneeles Toma
toes, X! Stmt ft box; Cucumbers, 75e«$*l 25 «
dozen; Turnips, SI 25 9 ctl; Beets, [email protected]»! .5
» sack ; Carrots, fwd, :>i,^soc: Parsnips, JJ So
@:s 9 ctl: Cabbage, fl 25311 60 y ctl: Garlic,
H<slc » ft; CauliOower.tl 25&1 50 » dozen; Dry
Pent*™ 6ctoßc»lb.
HONEY— There is but lUht demand for local
trade and no export inquiry whatever, situa
tion lavorable to buyers at reduced rates. We
quote : Bright comb. 12c; dark comb, BAlOe ;
bright extriu.ted, BA6Vc; amber extracted, 5^
"•>.,.; dark extracted, 5c : candied, i%3)bc V H>.
SAN VUAKCI.SCO STOCK BALES.
San Fkancisco, May 2, 1888.
■OKKC-e SESSION.
Ophlr.. 939': Justice 1 20
Mexican 5 Onion... 4 15®4 10
Q. AC 1 7U Alta 2 00
B. * B 0 $. Hill Bo
C. C.Va. 133; Challenge 8
s'avaKG - tK .-k>orpion J»c
Potosi. 4 taj,gH^ lowa 1 20
H. & Ny _ y OccidenuU 1 N5
do...div of 50c Baltimore :*>c
Point - *%97W 'on. New V 70c
Jacket _ 7 Saviyo 1 70
Alpha 250N\ B. lsie _ Jf/ t
Btlchor 7(u>7> 4 Queen .... 400
Confidence 36%^3i Bodie 2 70
IS. Nevada. 44094 So PeerleßS .. . 2 '20
Utah „ 1 aOiCrocker _1 40
Sck. 3 4%@4 (»• Weldon 95c
Bullion 1 75; Locomotive SSe
; Overman 2 Bs|
aftbknoos session.
i Oph!'...- ST^AIU 1 90
1 Mexican 4 95 d. HilL 60c
i G. AC 1 70 Cballenfre >-',
j B. 4 B 4 UO Scorpion 75c
I CC. Va. 13 lowa 1 20
OiJOllar 54 Andes 1 65
; Ravage b\,. t Eureka _10>4
PotOSl 4 7ikq)4 65 Prize „ 2 la
H. * N !)(&9 ] j Navajo 1 70
Point "<af.% S. B. Isle B*i
I Jacket 6"^m: Queen 4 CO
Imperial...- "fi/i Bodie 2 70
Alpha 2 50 Sulwcr We
Belcher- 7 Mono. 1 75
8. Nevada 4 »i Sil.King 4 75
Utah 1 [email protected] 90 Peer 1
Bullion 1 SO Crocker 1 [email protected] 3o
Exchequer 1 60 Peerless 2}<@2 30
Beg. 8e1cher....4 [email protected] 75 Weldon 95c
Overman 2 50 Locomotive :<sc
I Justice 1 15 Central :55c
j Onion 4 [email protected] 15
»-•
THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC.
Interesting Interview With C. P. Hnnt
lngton Abont Railroad Matters,
[S. F. Bulletin.]
During the month that Vice I'resident
C. P. Huntington of the Southern Pacific
! has been on this coast ho has been at work
steadily. He has traveled over very nearly
' all the branches of the Southern Pacific sys
tem, and when not on the roed has settled
down to tbe details of the business at the
Fourth and Townsend-street headquarters
with an assiduity that no new employe
could ever hope to excel. "My days are
long ones," said he, in speaking of his
methods yesterday. "I keep at it, but I
find lots "of fun in my work," and he
smiled as he picked up a fresh budget of
contracts to look over.
" I can say that I have found all matters
on the system out here very satisfactory,"
continued he, when questioned regarding
the results of his visit. "Everything is
extremely satisfactory except that the lines
are not making the money they should —
not the money warranted by the capital
invested. Yes, we had a very pleasant trip
north. We went especially to look at some
property acquired recently by the company
on Vancouver Island. There are some
2,000,000 acres there and about 300,000 acres
of coal land. I was delighted with the pur
chase and with the country there. The
coal deposits are of excellent quality, very
similar to the Wellington. The nearest
port to them is Port Augusta. We are go
ing to put on a line of steamers between
that point and San Francisco. Tbe fuel
supply here must be cheapened, the people
deserve to have it so, and the railroads
need it. There is nothing in the report
j that my company is considering plans for
building north from Seattle to the Cana
dian Pacific. Such a road will doubtless
be built— they are talking of it up there —
but it is out of our bailiwick.
" We have laid out many plans of work.
Colonel Crocker and I have just been look-
I ing them over. Nearly all are feeders for
1 our lines in California. We have thought
j of several branches in Central and South
, crn Oregon, but we cannot do anything
about them now. The road connecting
Tenipleton and Santa Barbara will be com
pleted in due time, although not rushed.
It will go directly through San Luis Obispo,
and there will be a branch line from some
' point to connect the Salinas and San Joa
j quin valleys. Already about ninety miles
j on the branch down the west side of the
San Joaquin river have been built. This
will go down and join the main line, but
on which side of Like Tulare has not yet
been determined. We do not know that
the Santa Fe is back of that other line in
tbe San Joaquin. It is my judgement that
I gentlemen are building the line indepen
dently, hoping to sell it out when done.
Our line to Santa Rosa will be running in
about three weeks. We are going to build
down the foothills from Oakdale to Sum
ner, and the line from Visalia will form
part of the same btanch. We have been
looking over the country in the foothills
north through El Dorado^ Placer and Buttr,
j but have merely looked things over. We
will build into Lake county, and doubtless
1 in time get up into the northern coast
j cjunties. We are at work now building
I twenty miles west from Huron, and pos
-1 sibly some day connection will be made
from there with the end of the line in San
Benito county.
" We are soon going to extend the Mon
terey line around by Cypress point and
Carmel bay. The Pacific Improvement
Company has some 7,000 acres in there,
and near Cypress point are banks of fine
glass sand — about the best on the coast. It
is beautiful at Carinel bay. The climate is
delightful. It is planned to build a large
rack-track and establish other attractions
there.
"We shall keep our Occidental and Ori
ental line up in good shape. We have just
lost a ship, but we never insure on land or
sea, and we could lose several such steamers
without the account being against us. We
have just leased the Arabic to come out and
1 take the place of the San Pablo. We have
• no thcjught of taking up the Australian or
Hawaiian trade — all our lines run east and
west. Our coal steamers from the north
will make regular trips to San Pedro. That,
: I am convinced, is the best port of South
ern California, far better than San Diego,
because more accessible, and it is also well
protected.
"The coal we have just found on the line
in Monterey county is excellent in quality
and we feel fairly confident as to quantity.
It will be a good thing for the State if it
turns out as we hope. It is soft coal, and
will doubtless be of value on the railroad."
If you suflpr from looseness of theboweb
Angostura Bitters will surely cure you.
Beware of counterfeits, and ask your gro
cer or druugist for the eenuine article, pre
pared by Dr. J. G. B. Siegert & Sons.
| WlS< t'Ll A> EOl >.
CREAM
Its nipe>ior excellence proven in millions ol
homes for more thsn a qiiarterof a century. It is
csed by tha rnitert States (Jovernment. In
dorsed by the heads of the Great ruiverMties as
the Strongest, Purest, and mow Healthful Dr
Price's Cream Caking Powder dots not eon am
Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Sold only in Cans.
PRICE BAKING FO\VDKi< CO.
NEW YOEK. CHICASO. RT. LOUIS.
J. HYMAN, JR., & BFsO..
JEWELRY. WATCHES AND CLOCK:,. <mo
tl Watchmakers and Jewelers, No. 50S J 3u>»\.
street, between Mfth and Sixth; havejS-/T^
always on hand a choice variety of Fine \S»nw
Watches Diamonds. .Icwelrv. r<c laimf
-VT S. HOIT (FORMERLY
fC^S^M XI . with Dowing Bros., Pi
ijlHumjai aro jfanuf^cturcr,; y F j
T f ' & '^% I I>ianos skilliully Timed and
iH.. fi r \jm Repaired. Office at Sawtelie's
Book Stoic, 70S J street, Sacramento. itlm
KAILROAD TDIE TABLE.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
PACIFIC SYSTEM.
28, 1888.
Tri.l:.h LEAVE and are due to AKRIVK ai
SACRAMENTO.
LEAVE. TRVIN3 KUN DAILY. ASSIVE.
7:25 A.! Callstnga and Napa 11:10 A.
3:30 P.j ''alisioga and Napa , 0:55 P.
9:30 PJAshland and Portiaud, via
i Chico 4:10 A.
8:10 A.i Colfaz ! 7:30 P.
5:OO P.LDeming, El I'aso and EasU «:05 P.
6:OO I'. 1 Knights Lauding i 0:55 A.
11: SO A. L.LOS Aiict'lus and Moji:vu.JlO:4O A.
12:20 P.| OgdeuaaA Een i 7:00 A.
8:30 P.; Ogdtnaud East 855 A.
2:50 P. ...KtdH.uffviaMarysville... 10:00 A.
7:OO A.j...i:ed!)luiTviaMarysville... 4:50 P.
10:10 A.i P., iidiiigvia Willows ; 4:31» P.
4:20 A. -*a traniisco via Benieia.. 9:40 P.
9:'iO A.LSuu Franoisco via Benicia..| 8:0o P.
3:0« A.'..->a:i Fra:icLico viaßemcia.. 6:55 P.
10:00 A. ..San Krimcisco via learner.. 6:00 A.
ll:3U A. ¥Hiiri,.!ioiscoviaLivennorc 2:45 P.
7:2."! A ..San Francisco via BeniciaJ 11:3.1 A.
3:50 P. JBati Francisco via Beuicia.. 11:10 A.
11:30 A Saa Jose 3:45 P.
8:00 P Sauta Barbara 8:03 P.
11:20 A Santa Barbara 110:40 A.
7:45 A .-toeklon and Gelt ! 8-.08 P.
5:00 P Sockton and Gait 110:40 A.
12:20 P.: TrucJseu and Reuo i 7:00 A.
R:3O P.i Truckeu aud Keuo 8:55 A.
7:25 A. Vallejo 111:05 A.
3:30 P. Vallcjo t6:55 P.
♦2:12 P.L.Kolsoin and Plaeerville... '11:10 a.
•8:00 A.lKolsoniAl'laccrv'le(mixcd) «1:36 P.
»6:10 P I Folsom '6: SO A.
•Sundays exeentoa. TSunday only. A. — For
morning. P. — For afternoon.
A. N. TOWHK, General Manager.
T. H. GOODMAN, General Pa^enger and Ticke!
Agent. tf
DR. LIEBIG & CO
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deformities of every kind, and a.l displace
ments requiring appliances for Curvature of the
Spine, Hip Joint Disease, J istorted Limbs or
Arms successfully treated by our new Voltaic
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The medical branch devotes special attention
to all Chronic, Complicated, Private and Wast
ing Diseases, resulting from badly treated cases
of an acute or special nature, or from indiscre
tions of youth, bringing on Spermatorrhoea,
Seminal Weakness and an unnatural drain
from the body which undermines the constitu
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Vinhood, which results from excess of ma
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above complaints is owing to a complication
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whereby none of ti.e usual physical examina
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who should cull between the hours of 2 and 4
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400 Geary street San Francisco, Cal
d.vly&wly-c om-my-jy-seoe-d
SUMMONS. — STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
County of Sacramento, ss. In the Superior
Court in and for said county. The People ot
the .-tate of California to WILLIAM DAVID
RaY, greeting : You are hereby notified that an
action was commenced in the Superior Court of
the county ol Mierameuto, Stale aforesaid, by
filing a complxiut in the Clerk's office of said
Court, on the 19lh day of March, A. p. ISSB, in
which action KATE RAY ij plaintiff and jou
are defendant 'lhat the general nature of the
action, as appears from said coicplaiut, is as
follows: To piocure a decree of tne above-en
titled Court dissolving the bonds of matrimony
between plaintiff and defendant, upon the
grouuds that for more than one j ear last past
yon have willfully and continuously and volun
tarily separated yourself from pliiintnl. with in
tent "to desert her, and on the further ground
that during all of said time you have continu
ously and willfully neglected to provide for
plaintiff the common necessaries of life. She
also demands that the custody of the minor
children of plaintiff and defendant, to wit : C.
11. and M. A. Ray, be awarded to plainlitt ; all
of which fully appears in the complaint herein,
to which reference Is hereby made. And you
are hereby directed to appear and answer said
complaiiit within ten days from the service of
this writ, exclusive of the day or service, if
seived cm jou in said County of Sacramento;
and within thirty days, exclusive of the day of
service, if served elsewhere: and you are fur
ther notified that unless you to appear and an
swer within the time above rpecified, the
plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in said complaint.
In witness whereof, I, Wm. B. Hamilton,
Clerk of the. Court a:orc?aid. do hcrecutoset
my hand, and affix the seal of said Court, this
19th day of March, A. D. 18S8.
[seal.] WM. B. HAMILTON, Clerk.
D. E. Alexander, Attorney for Plaintiff.
mruq-IMTh
STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF 3AC
ramento, ss. In the Superior Court, in and
for said county.— The Penplc of the State of
California to BYRON McliOON, greeting: You
are hert-by notified that an action was com
ment rd in* the Supe" ior Court ot the County of
Sacramento, State afores&iJ, by tiling a com
plaint in ihe Clerk's office of said Court, on the
Jf.th day March. ISSB. in wtveh action HATTIE
McGOON is plaintiff, and you are defendant.
That the gener-'l nature of the action, as ap
pears from Faid complaint, is as follows: To ob
tain a decree ot this Court dissolving the bonds
of roitriinony now existing between plaintiff
and defendant upon the sr<niiid of will™ neg
leci, und tnat plaint ifl' be allowed to resume her
maidtu came of Hattie Sexton. All of which is
more fully set forth in the complaint on file
Leu in. reference to which is made. And you
are heieby directed to appear ami answer snid
crnnplaini within ten days from the service of
i; '■ v.rit, exclusive of the day of service, if
setved on you in said county of Sacramento;
find within thirty days, exclusive of the day of
servi-e. if wrved elsewhere. And you are fur
ther notiPei *hat unless you so appear anil an
swer within the time above laeelned, the
plaintiff wiU apply tD the Court lor the relief
prnved for in the complaint on tile herein.
In testimony whereof, I. WM. B. HAMILTON,
Clerk ot ihc court aforesaid, do hereunto ret my
hiua, Rtd affix the seal of said Court. thi«.»th
day of March, A. D. 14*88.
MAI. I W. B. HAMILTON, Clerk.
mfJa-WTh By Jos. J. Gnrii, i epnty < lerfc.
I XT OTICE— ALL PERSONS ARE HKRKBY
I I i forbidden tresr—rsint; on the lands or fish
*pg within the b«.ui»:>irlesof the projierty known
as the Mcl.nren Unneh, or WasliiiigUin lake,
Y'olo county. The above-dcscribe-i property cue
be rent d ;or flsdttng purpoeei by applying lo 11,
S CaKEY, Saerampnto By order of
S. 11. KIRBY,
MKB. BDBAS A. J. KIRBY.
Per F_ \V. BtSUNELL, Attorney in iact.
apltlmTT&Jp*
ON THE INSTALLMENT PLANL
/CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, PATENT ROCKING CHAIRS, OIL PAINTINGS, CHROMOS,
\J Engravingn, Pictures of all kinds, Picture Frames. Photograph Frames, Photograph Al
bums. Smyrna Rugs in all sizes. Laoe Curtains, Curtain Poles, Bibles, Hanging I amps. Stand
Lamps, ail kind* M Mirrors. Clothes Wringers. Carpet Sweepers, Clocks in large variety.
4GT Thefe Goods are sold on payments Irom Fifty Cents to Two Dollars per month. "5»
Sacramento liwtallment Store, 829 and 831 J st., A- J. POM.UEK, Proprietor.
BAKER~& HAMILTON,
IMVOItTIERrf AND JOKBUKa OF
H jk.IR,TD"W".iL:R,:E !
IRON, STEEL, COAL, POWDER,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS & MACHIKES,
BARBED WIRE, CORDAGE, BELTING, Etc.
if
-f Pacific Wheel and Carriage Works,*-
J". IF*. DEUXjIj, Proprietor.
MAM-KACTIRER F FINK CARRIAGES AND WAGONS; ALSO. WHEEI P. GEAR,
Hodips, etc. Importtr and Dealer In i nrrlage ;iud Wagon Mateiial. Office mid Factories.:
1301 to 1323 J strict. Repository: lOi2 und 1014- Second street Sacramento, o*l.
«*- 1 lie Improved NOYE*-> ROAD CAHT; tin Saried (art fcr Road or 'Irack. -«»
PEOPLE'S C-^SH GROCERY,
O". 33. "^^7lx±tG Proprietor,
812 X Street nSPUin Sacramento,
MSf IS THE P! ACE TO BUTT YOCtt GROCERIES. TOU ALWAYS GKT "B»
■»»- FILL VALUK fVH YOUR MONEY. 6ENIJ FOR FRICK UST. "6*
DIRECTORY
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
SAg *- I OmCB. OFFICIt HOUES. BK3IDENCS TKLKPHOKI
Atkißfion, F. L 627 J 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4, 6:30 t0 7:30 p. m. 627 J
baldwm, '.V. H iN. E. cor. 2d aodK 10 to 12 A. K.,2t04, 7to 8 P.M..... HEcor2ddiK „
fe»£ fe:& -s«r :::::: tttitA WfJffl!!!^ iSS I:::::::::::: 87 "* t
te^> E T::::::la\^:::::::-
•Gardner, M.... Ofti J |9 to 10 A. M., 1 to 3, 7toB P. Jt_ M'tr&p'nb'dg 91
•Huntington.T. *V. 125^ J •! M.toSP. M.,7t08P. M_ 515 laftist....!. lS,oltu<l ll»
*m % J V. X i Ul3 fe 9touA-u<2to4, 7 to 8 P. M 913K
♦Magill, Mary J 712)j J 10 to 11 A. M., 2t04, 6:30t07:30P.M. 712H J 159... „.
Oatmaii, I. X 627 J. 9toll A. M., 1 to S, 7to 8 P. M 1027G
'Parkinson, J. H...|41«»V J 9 to 11 A. M., 2EO tc 4:30, 7toBp.M. 10301 81 mkl let
tMimmons, G. L 212 J. 9tolo a. m., 2t04,7t0 8 p. h N and ?0th.... 57 sad 12J
tauumoue, Juuior..;2l2 J „.. 11 a. m. to 12 a., 4t05,7t08 P. M. N and 10th.... r,7 and 1*
ISmder, T. A. B. E. cor. 2d and Ki9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m DISM
iVrrell.G.G iN. W. cor. sth and Jil2 m. tol, 2 to 4, 6:00 toB ?. M PI7N
Voeller, E !1020 6th. bet. J & K|9 a. m. to 12 M., 2 to 4, 7 to 8 P. M... 1020 6th,J <».K '...'.
White, G. A Connty Hospital....! - (to. liospltaL. 65 (o
•No evening hoars Sundays. fNo afternoon hours Bundnya. JKo evening hours.
*W / ** / jfeEJUVENA TOM
This Great Strengrthening Remedy and Nerve Tonic
• Jnres with unfailing certainty Nervous and I'hysical Debility, Seminal Weakness, Spsra*
torrncßu, Impotency, Frostatorrhcea, Hyperawthesia (over sensitiveness of the parts>, Kidney anf
Bladder Complaints, Impurities oi the Blood and diseaces of the Skin.
It permanently stops all unnatural weakening drains npon the Byßtem however they ou
cur, preventing involuntary seminal loßses, debilitating dreams, seminal losses with theurino oi
wnile at Btool, etc., so destructive to mind and body, and cures all the evil effects of youthfc:
follies and excesses, restoring Exhausted Vitality, Sexual Decline and Loss of Manhood, how
ever complicated the case may be.
A thorough as well as a permanent core and complete restoration to perfect health
Strength and \ igor of Manhood is absolutely guaranteed by this justly celebrated and reliable
Great Remedy. Price, J2 50 per bottle, or five bottles for 810. Sent upon receipt of prioo or C O
D., to any addrest. secure from observation and strictly private, by
Dr. C. D. SA l.KirjLD, 210 Kearny Street, San Francisco, Oai.
■*» -vs. at Sufficient to show its marit, wUI be sent to any one apn'vlug by letter.
\A.rA r\^VTr%jr^^ stating his symptom and age.
JiUSJI/ SSCWaSu <s>TvxSj'. Consultations strictly confidential, ;y loner or at offiot, pita
i-n — ' ... .-.» r diwly
BUSISESS CABDS.
C. SUTKK,
MANCF.U Tl/IvER O? FUKNITURF. WlN
dow and door screens, planing, scroll saw
ing, shaping, moldiug, etc. Window and door
screens kept on hand. Warerooms and Factory,
Thirteenth and J street?, Sacramento, Cal. tf
M. R. ROSE, 904 X STREET.
VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL ENGINES, |
from new dt-signs. New pattern Power
Pumps, for irrigation aud supply. Well Boring. I
DeefAwell Pumps, improved Cornish valve, tf
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE.
MR. AND MRS. E. H. BRADNER, C. S.B.-
Chribtlan Science Mind - Healing i n
strict accordance with the teaching of th c j
Massachusetts Metaphysical College. Hours.
9 to 5. Consultation free. Office. 1113 Twelfth ■
street, between X and I- I tf_
SUN WING & CO.,
/CHINESE AND JAPANESE BAZAR— FANCY
\j Goods, Ladies' Underwear, Silk Handker
chiefs, etc. No. 802 J street, Sacramento, Cal.
4pM
SACRAMENTO FOUNDRY
AND MACHINS SHOP, FRONT AND N
streets, Sacramento. All kinds of iron and j
brass castings, Gutenberger's Horse-power Bar
ley Mills, Roller Ore-cruener and patent <>round ;
Roller. WM. GUTENBERGER, Prop. n!5-tf
H. F. COOT. ALEX. NKILSON. J. DRLtCOL.
ROOT, NKJJ.SON & CO.,
LrSJON KOL'J-TDHY — IXO N AND BRASS
I Founders and Machicißls, Fron'. street, •
between N and O. Caitlngs and Machinery oi !
every de?cr : ption ru^-ii- to onior. 4p]ro
8. CAEI.K. 3!. J. CEOLT.
CARLE & CROLV,
/CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, ARE PRE- j
\j pared to do all kinds of work in their line, '
in city or country. Principal place of business, '
Sacramento. Shop, No. 1124 Second street, be- .
tween S. and L. Postolfice Box No. 410, Sacra- :
memo. 4p-tf
AITORNEYS-AT-LAW.
Wst. Singer, Chas F. Gardner, late
AUoraey-at-Law, Receiver U. S. Land Otlice;
SINGER .V GARDNER,
ATTORNEYS FOR LAND CLAIMANTS,
358 J street Room 1,
(Next to United States Laud Office),
SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN' TO OBTAIN
ing mining patents, and to all matters before
the United States and State Land Departments.
Vacant School and Government Lands Located.
P. O. Box 414. ap23-4ptf
A. P. CATLIS. GEO. A. BLANCHARD
CATL.IN & BLANCHARD,
A TTORNEY3-AT-LAW— OFFICE, 1007
ond street, Sacramento. Cal. tt_
CLINTON L. WHITE,
A TTORNEY-AT LAW.SOUTHWEST CORNER
J\ Fifth and J streets, Rooms 10 and 11, Suttei
Building. Sacramento, Cal. «p
B.C. DENSON. W. H. BKATTY. CH. OATUAN.
BSATTT, DESJiON & OATMAN,
i TTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-ATLAW.
i\. Offices: Metropolitan Block, over Metropol
itan 1 heater, 4J5 X street, Sacramento, Cal. 4p
A. 1.. HART,
A TTORNEY-AT LAW — OFFICE, BOUTH
weit comer of Fifth and J streets. Roomt
12, 18 aud 14. Butter Huildine. 4p
DKNTINTBI.
C. H. srtHHKNSOH,
DENTIST, CORNKR SEVEN 1 U £&2B^,
Rnd J streets, ovsr Lyou's '""yUTjUHHfc
Goods .Store. lm — LLJ-T
C. T. MILLIKW,
DENTIST, .^gg-
-1008 EIBHTH BT., BET. J AKD X,
Over Dr W. n. Hughson'a office. tf_
W. WOOD,
DENTIST, QCINNS BUILDING,
iiorthcait terner Fourth Rnd Jj-*«ffi»*i
streets. Artificial Teeta Inseru-d on *UH.
all bftsea. Impw^ed Liquid Nitrous Caide «as
for painless exaactloc 3 U-eth. tf_
KKMOVED, ff%BS&
DR. H. H. PIERSON,',DENTIST ; gSJJSg§
has movo* froai 415 J street, to
his SEW DENTAL PARLORS, 61 1 J .STP.TSBT.Im
F. T. TEJJUET3,
DENTIST, 914 SIXTH STKKKT.
between I end J. west tide, n P-£**S£H
po&ite Uoi]grtKational<:aure-h.
PKTSIijIAJfS WB BPBffIBOBS.
E I). CURTIS, IW. D., HOMO2OrATHIST,
OFFICE AND BEf-IDENCE, rORNEB B£V
enih sn.l I streets-, Sacramento. Cal. Office
hou:a— Ito 9. M.; 1 to4and 7toBP. M. tf
GDART. M. D.-PIIY.SICIAN AND SURGEON
ill..im<)pathii>t)- Chronic and nterineJL^
i.-asc*3 a sptcia'ty. Offlcn hourn-10 to 12 A. > ;
lto 3 and 6toBP. M. Office and re^ide'ice. 713
Twelllh Itteet. apl3-la»
Trayeleis and Picnickers, Attestion!
I CXBXa.CE SAUSAGFS. NEW YORK AND
\i Brwuttweiger Melt Won-t, Ita lan salomi,
fine Baion a^'t Ham. all sorts of Canned Goods,
aUkini&of PickUs, till kind- of Cheese, Fresh
Bu*er i-vety d«y. A vblr to our »toe. C 5; aclaily
on Sa'.urdav, will cr.uviuce you that we ieep tne
t>»«. in our Hue. Frrsh BuUericilk by the glass
gallon. I", BACMLE, ~,a J street, »pll-
UNDERTAKERS.
REEVES & LONG,
\j t« j x> 3ES jr. t :s: za je*. a ,
609 J St., bet. Sixth and Seventh (north side).
WE KEEPON HAND A '■"""""-- „.„
ttock of Coffins and Caskets; hIso«SESH»
i Shrouds of every description. Orders from city
! or country will receive prompt attention, day oi
• night. EMBALMING cone in the best manner,
at reasonable rates. 4p
FRITZ & MILLER,
XT XJ 3D 13 TH. 1? iaL3E!a?«. S.
/^FFICE IN ODD FELLOW3 1 TEMPLE,
i\J Ninth and X streets. Complete stock ol
I Undertekers' Goods constantly on band. City
I and country orders promptly attended to, day
or night, at reasonable rates. Telephone IS6. 4p
J. FRANK CLARK,
COU.NTY CORONER & UNDERTAKER,
No. 1017 Fourth St., bet. <) and X...
ALWAYS ON HAND THE MOST COMPLETE
Stock of UNDERTAKING GOODS on the
coast. Country orders, day or night, will re
ceive prompt attention. Tklkphone Numbkb.
VU. I jpl GEO. H. CLARK. Funeral Director.
W. J. KAVANAUGH,
No. 513 J »t., bet. Fifth and Sixth.
ALWAYS ON HAND A LARGE ASSORT
ment of Metallic and Wooden Caskets.
Burial Cesc.-", Coffins and Shrouds tarnished.
Coffin orders will receive prompt attention on
short notice and at the lowest rates Office
open day and night Ip
NOTICE TO VOTERS!
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
parties interested, thet at a regular meet
ing of the Board of Supervisors of Sacramento
County, California, held on the sth day of
MARCH, 1888, an order was duly made and en
tered cancelling the Great RegiMer of said
county, and ordering a reregistration of the
voters thereof. Said order was made pursuant
to Section 10D1 of the Political Code, and all
persons desiring to vote at the next ensuing
general election are notified that they will have
to be reregistered, as provided in said section
and in conformity with this order.
Attest : [SEAI-l W. B. HAMILTON,
Clerk of Board of Supervisors Sacramento
County, California. mr6-6m
BIDSIORJDPPLIrI
BIDS WILL BE HFCEIVED AND OPENED
TUESDAY, MAY H. 1N», at 2 p. je.,by the
Board of Supervisors. Air the following supplies
for 'he County Hospital, for three months, com
mencing May LltaS:
MEAT, BREAD, GROCERIES;
And GASOLINE loro.e year.
Also. 75 cords second-growth white-oak
Wood.
Also, for Calcimtning aud Repairing- the Walls
of the Comity HosDital an>! Repairing and Plas
tering where necessary.
GEO. C. McMUUJN,
_ap2B-td Chairman Hospital Committee.
~ HENRY ECKHARDT,
orrivrsiviiTU.
MANUFACTURER ANb V fi
Dealer In Guns, Rifles, Re- \?^^^T
volvers, Ammunition and Sport- zStVtisr
ing Goods. All the leading makes
of Guns and Rifles, at popuiar^r •
price-: Parker, Colts, Smith, Ithaca and new
make Guns. No. 523 Kst. J »<>ram«nto. OaL tif
TO WEAK MEN
Suffering- from tho effects of yoathfol errors, early
decay, wasting wcakness.lont manhood. etc., l will
■end a va'.nable treatise (sealed) containing fall
particulars for homo cure, FREE <>f charjen. A
■plendid medical wo&k; should be read by erery
man who is nervous and debtlitsted. AddreM
Fmf. I. CFOWLEB, Xoodus, lonn.
ta-Kcl&w
VTQffn 8 <•? APPLICATION FOR PVPI.I-
Xi MM ■'■■ I*l Pnelun. Whareas,
the KeKlster of the Stata Land Office <li<l, on
th. »ithd»y»l !i..i • ii. V- r. 1 vii, issue to CLARA
Cl BTIS c r; '..• te ol purchase No. 891 f- r cer
tiwn iiiuCs theretofore .«.i.i by the State of Call
ftrnli to hf r under the SOO.tf O-acre grant to
■aid Stale, lUQated in the then Stoc'ulou United
Statei 1 and District, said lands bclnic described
as the southeast qitarierof section twelve aud
th'j DOrthaat qaartei <>f s- ctlon thirteen, all in
township six north, range five easi, Mt. Diablo
meridian, in Sacramento couut7. California;
and whereao, said certlficat • aaU said lands
were tWrtifter duly sold and transferred to the
under«i«utd, and the undertifgne*! has ever
since been, and is dow, the ows.er thereof; ands
win -Ms. Saul ceitiflcate has b<."en lost : now,
therefore, notice i« hereby stveu that the un
dejß^Tied will, on Monday, >I V^Y 28, 1.558, at tho
hour of 10 o'clock a. m., ijllj to the Hon. The
odore Rc-lchert, the Register of the State Land
Office of the Slate ot California, at his office In
the .-tate Cap! ol in Sacramento, Califoraia, tor
the issuance to her f\f a duplicate certificate of
purchase, in lieu »>( the one ho lost.
Dated, Sacrame.iito, April J6.188&
E^LKN M WILSON.
6EOVE U lOBnQS, Attorney ftr Petitioner,
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