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Sacramento, October 10th.
FRUlT—Lemons—Sicily, $Sr« 8 50 # box;
California, $G@ti 50; Limes, $3 ft ease, SI n
100; Bananas, $2 sO@3fk bunch for lsliind;
Cocoumits, S7@S; California Oranges—River-
Bide, §3 5(1(3*4 $i box; Pineapples, 60 cents
each, $7 •# dozen: Peaches, tOA6Oc "& box;
Nectarines, 75e>''i.!gl %* box: Plums, 50cr<j)
91 25 $> box: Bartlett Pears, §I^l 25 "$ box;
Apples. s(!cr-.sl •*» box.
CANNED GK >ODS—Assorted Table. 31 65fi$
1 75; Apples,*] 60: Anricots, $1 50; Black
berries, $1 Total f>s; Cherries, .«1 95* ■ 2 35;
Currants, $2 25; Gooseberries, ?i fto@l 00;
Muaoal t;>-4jH's, $1 40<g.1 50: Plums, §1 40;
(Juiuee.e. $1 75; Strawberries, ?2 50.
BREADHTUFFS—FIour, $5 85 ?>. bbl; Oat
meal, 10-ft sacks, 3^c X fr; «:i 25 %* 100-lb
sacks; Corniiifitl, while. §3 ft 10-ib sacks; yel
tov.BS ijO ? 25-Ib sacks; ("rucked Wheat, §::
<r< 10-tt> sacks: §2 75 t< 100-lt. sacks: Hominy,
$8 75 ■£ 10* sacks; $3 50 %* 100-lb sacks;
Graham, §:> 75 10-ft> sacks; §2 G2J4 %*
VEGETABLES—Onions, Silvorskins, 85®
00c ?> ewt; red. 80® 85c; Egg Plant. 394 c;
Tomatoes, 30®50c fl box; Corn, sweet. $1
a sack; Cabbage, Ss@9oc %» 100 lbs: Carrots,
s(V<j,ooc r' 100 ft>s; Turnips, new, 750 9 Back;
bunch vegetal>l< s, I:: 1.,- « doc Parsnips, $l
(|>l 50; Beds, 76c@fl: Horse Radish. 10c '$
tt>; Garlic, s@6e; Artichokes, 40@-!'oc %* doz;
Dried Peppers, 25< :;<»c: Green Peas, com
mon, ii@3c; do, sweet, o@lc; Potatoes, Early
Rose, 50@60c; Peerless. tio«t,7oe; Burbanks,
60@65c; Centennial, 50@60c cU; Celery,
dcz; String Beans, 4@se; Summer
fctyuash, 3c; Cauliflower, SI V aoz; Gre nP..n
jkts. 5(&6e "& ft; Okra, 12>-a@lse; Rid Cab
bage; 3c »«>.
DAIRY PRODUCTS—Butter, Valley, 286
800 lb. Fancy Pelahnna, 30&32% C f* &<;
Eastern Creamery, fancy, 25@27%c; packeu
in lirkins, choice, 22%@24c; common; 12%
013o; Cheese. California, lw<j>lle; Young
America, llAISc; Eastern Cream, 15c; Lini
biirger, lsv^Oe: genuine Swiss. 32%@35c;
American Swiss, :!ic; Mania's Cream, 17$
ISc; ICasrs, n2V,r.u3r>c: Easteru, 24#2£c.
POULTRY—Dealers' prieea: hive Turkeys,
liens, 15c; gobblers, 11<a,12c; dressed, 14<a
15c; full grown Chickens, 85@5 50 « doz;
younp Roostsrs, $4C«f5 ',-' doz: broilers, -V 3 ~<i, ;;
lame Docks, §4^5; l'ekin, $5(n5 su: Geese.
$2fe;2 25 ? pair.
HAY, GRAIN AND FEED—Oat Hay. SI 1
i. li Vton; A 1 talk), dO t 9lo@l2ftton: l!ian,
%'.l\ %i ton; Middlings, $2:i fl Umj Parley,
whole, paying ?i 1001 20; roiled, $1 SO;
Wheat (choice milliiip)', paying *1 (50 t< ewt;
Rye, $1 70; Tame Oats, £1 00; Corn, paying
$1 45m',1 50f>CWt
MIOATS—I'eef. sc; Mutton, Bc;VLamb, 9c;
VeaL large, 534@6c; small, 7@7%c; bogs,4@
4J y e: <!:es>cd T'orit, 8c: Hams—kastern, i i■.■
16e; California, il 1-.,.-; Bacon—light Medium,
!)>6e; selected, 10c: extra light, 12].e; extra
light, boneless, \ :'.'..'■' l !' >■.
Mist KLI-A.v !■:< (US —s. eds— Alfalfa, new
crop, ot^rv: Timothy, Bastern, :>.».,•; Pop
Corn, ear, 2 1..;.•:;'..<•; >in v.-i. ;'.(.. r.j.X'; Red
Clover, 10@l lc; RedT..|\ • Knts—
Cliile Wnlnnts, new. lift i:ic; California Wal
iiuts. ll@12c: Almonds, new. 15e; Peanuts,
California, 6@7c; Eastern, 897 c Lard—
California, cans. S l.'^' 'Jc: Eastern, I
Hides—Salt, light, r>e; medium steers, Oc;
heavy steers, So; heavy cows, sc; dry, tic;
Tallow, 3 1 c.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
San Francisco, October 10th.
FLOUR—NX cash prices for Family Extras,
So(as y.\> fi bbl; Bakers' Extras, $5 15(^5 25;
aperflne, •■>;; 65€ :: 90.
WHEAT—Business all through the week has
been of light proportions, though prices have
been more than si'-adv. Quotable at $1 fi^ 1!
to $1 7<> y t-tl; milluig, $1 ::i-..i<il T
BARLEY—A vessel sails to-Tiay for New
York with a cargo of Brewing Barley. Siiiii
shipments eventually h ij> the local situation.
Which at the moment is quiet at easy prices.
We quo:i>: Feed, 97%c@$l for ('aik coast,
and $1 0:.". .(•: 1 07J^lor better quality. Brew
inz,si v. 1.: 1 20: Chevalier, Si 35^1 37}$
V <-!l tor scandard; lower grades, §>1 07M@
1 ).\l B—While no pronounced buoyancy can
be claimed fur the situation, the market snows
firm tone and holders decidedly have matters
in their favor, largely because stocks are well
controlled. We quote: Surprise, $1 40®
a •];">: milling, $1 3-"@i 40; good to choice,
$1 30@l 40;&ir, Si 22}6§il 27% Gray.
SI 2T 1.,;-! :;:j'.; Black, i<\ 35@1 45 '■■ <:t!
for Oregon ana $1 r>o^l 80 Car California.
CORN—We quote: Large Yellow, SI 25©
r ctl; Small Yellow. SI 27J^@1 32>«
Whlte.fl 25®1 30.
CIIACKEU CUll.N—Quotable at $2S<a29 ?
OILCAKE MEAL—Quotable at §30 ? ton
from the mills.
CORNMEA I.—Millers quote Feed at §27 50
50 fl ton; One kinds for the table, In
and small packi . !J%cfllb.
SEED^J—We quote: Mustard, Brown, 92 50
#8; Yellow, Sl* : tl; Canary, L%fi
:,'<•; Hemp, ;;. i- •-. Rape, Sj; Timothy,4}i
®oc; Alial;a, b l.,•.»;<■ |) Or, liux. $2@2 25%!
MIDDLINGS—QuotabIe :;1 %2\ 2i I 1 ton.
CHOPPED FEED—Quotable at §:.:::
HAY—AUaUa,9IIOI2; Wheat. Sl2^ 14 50;
Wheat and Oat, ill 50^18 50: Barley
50@12: Clover,#l2® 13: wild oat, sn?,«
1^ 50; su>ck.!?io@ll fUon.
STRAW—Quotable at 40(S sOc« bale.
HOPS—Quotable ai . - B>.
BRAN—Quotable at -?:0 50Q23 50 S ton.
RYE—Quotable :.:$1 s">©l 57V, n ctl.
BOCKWHEAT—QootabU at §1 GO. l 75
GROUND BAKLFA'—Quotable at f23@2-l
l•• • tati I ES—We quote: Garnet Chiles, -10©
y K< se, 30 b.35c; Burbanks, 3i
lor River and 75c#fl Jor .Salinas; Sweet,
75c £1 50 f'i-tl.
'■ iNS—Quotable at 55®65cfletL
DRIED PEAS—We qaote: Green, SI 3."@
1 r>o : Blackeye, $i 4091 60; Niles, B] -iu7
BKANb- ' ayos. ?! (-", : \u K Mutter. S2IS
2 25; Pink, fl 95 .; tted, S2@2 10; i.iiua.
1 - - - .0; Small White,
10 » ctl.
VEGETABLES—Receipts are llshter. We
<iuow: Li: I J6c r- it,; Sfrint;
to; <»ro<ii Okra, 30
V »x>x; Green Coin. 60@75c « box; Cucum
•x; ■ ireen P< ppers. 3
ft box for Chile and 10@~>0c for Bell: Toina
. 930c^ box; Egg Plant, 50 ttOcftbox;
Turnips. 11; Beets, $1 r
Carrou, feed, 50(>v75c; Parsnips, 9] 25 . ;
c: Garlic, a ; Cauli
flower, 75c f dozen; Dry Peppers, \
i iry Okra, :o Jsc ; D>; Marrowlat g
FKUiT—-upplies ure more than enough
ionlltr»t<lf wants. We quote prices us n;i
i"V.- : Wine Grapes,99®l4 quince*
Dox; Grapes, 2o<q 10c %» t>ox for
Bwectwater, 30 j ',0c for Muscats, 2o^ 10c for
l.lock, 10!' ' •'»■ f<-r Tokay, 3O(n 10c t^r Ver
aells,an : tor Isabella; watermelons,
! - j« 10O;Cantaloup |] 50%*erate;
i . \; Peaches, l."< ■ 50c
I'lums. box; Apple**, -j. m $ 1
Raßpberrte«. 5709 f chest; Pears, Ls%soc¥
i»>.\ tor common. and - i<>r Bartlet •
Ktrawberrii chest for Bharpless'
Mexican Limes. ? sicll> .'
fi~ /JOAh; f.ilifouua Lemons, $1 su@"i lor
common to choice; Tahiti Oi i 50@3
V box; Bananas, ?2(^:.' 50 f bunch; Pine
ov 11; Cape Cod Cran
. Cranberrli -.--:, .
DRIED FRUlT—Apricots, bleached,
do, Min-dri 3 j !<•; Peaches, peeled •
ated, 11: ;si li ■: bleacued,
0!., c for evaporati d, ; r><
i.>r >lie..(i. and 3^4c for <iuartered: pitted
Plums, 5§ f> 4 c: unpitt<
Prunes, 4 ■
■ rjuartf red;
lefor r bite
KAIsrSS- We quote: 1..,.. $; 5,1
a\ <><> fi box; choice, ?1 :<:... 1 40; :n;-10
. ">. with the usohl advao
fractional boxes; Muscatels, 75 OOcfibox
and l< 9 B> tor
■ ; V—Extrw . "■,.• tor ami* r
: : tor bright. Comb is quotable at
I . The week closes <>n a (airly
s'lvuiy market. W« <r>-.ot«- rate*
i-ancy. 3:.'«- 18c; ::«>■>•! t i eh >i c, 2
fair to roou, 2<i(^27 1 ■•• utoro lots, 15
Oed roil, 2:J@2sc; fir.iii>.
Eastern. L 2 .. UM: ioi- iaalc-j tt. ... * .
CHEESE—We quote: Choicetotanoa ■
fair to good, 10@l lc; Eastern or
|to fine, 10
EGGB -Choice parcels ol domestic product
■ell readily at full rates. We Quote prices as
follows: California ranch, :;T' m.i'c
: a.:;.-; Eastern, 2f ®2rVc for "lbncy,
• for tood to choice and "1:1 . 21c I>r
PoUit'i'RT—Moderate damand, Ll^« 'i'-,;r
!T#iyo; Hens. 15@H;r
ft; Roosters. $6 for old and $; tutor
j;!■■>>!. !-. f.' ".<•,;:: r.d for -n,ah and j?3 sc@i
; - l u< k-,5i,...t; bO;
1 I : 5 t pair.
< ;.\ MK-i u< re ta j i-t a wido margin in quo
tations, owing to the difference in the condi
tion >.; stonk offered. We quote as follows:
Quail, $1 !' 150 • dozen: Mallard. B2 .•.<»
@s;Sprig,sl "):©.-so;\\'i(i L ( »n,fl -^ . \ :.(»■
'jeal. S I .- ■. 1 ■.; (, r; v
a; common Snipe, l< -■
li-li Sniix.'. I I 1 25
1 ".( ; lUibbits, §I@l 50; Doves, 40(u,50c B
PRO VISIONS^-We qootea* follows: Htefc m
Hams, 13' 1 ictCalliomlarefrhjerator-cured
'. :i-, l2Mrc; Eastern Breakfast Bacon,
l;i.'.@l-1.-: California Bacon, heavy and nie
rti»<". l" 1, lie; do, light, l'J'.". . l.ic- do
extra light, 3 3Vj< 14p; do, clear sides, 10'
10-y 4 r ~f tt>; Pork, extra prime, $1 :••■ 11 ,'u
do. }i-inv<- mem, sir> 1.-) r>o; d<>, mess!
SIT sOi'ii\7 75; rtn.rnar. 918^19; do extra
clear, bbl; li. - v., 1 §io,-, 0
%i bbl; lli'i-f. lues*, bbls, 5;: 5(X3;8; do
mess, hhis,9B 5O&9: do, Esmily; Sii- .1 1 .)
B bbl] lio- s'> oked, 11'
Lard, tlercos, ": do, 10-lb tins. 10' ,•
<;o. .VtMins XV., Una, io; «■; ('aTt
fornia I^irrt. tlerees, owe to <)>-<•; <i<>. kegs,
30;'; do. 10-lb tins. 10', 10J c; do, :>-m tins.
IOV"; do. ic-» pails, Ki'/.r, do, 5-Jb
jjails 1 lc; do, 3-tb pails, ll>- 4 c *tb.
WOOL—We quote spring:
SACRAMENTO DAILY KECOKD-tiyiOy, MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, lStfl.—SIX PAGES.
Foothill fl A lGraiSc
Nevada i.v is
Oregon. Valley 22@24
Bastern, light 16&18
DO, heavy 12@15
We quote fall:
Mountain, light and free 11@13
Do, heavy and poor 9.,^11
Plains, heavy and poor 7<Zj,B
I>o. good 9@lo
Lambs, poor to choice B@l2
HIDES AND SKlNS—Quotable as follows:
Heavy Bteers, 57 lbs up, ? ft>.7J^@—c Go
Medium Steers. 4U to 56 Jls..(; («,— 4yZ®—
Light. 40t045E)4 5 X— 4 @—
Medium Cows, over 46 8>5..5 @— 4 Co,—
Liiriit Cows under 16 fbs 5 @ — 4 @—
Kips, 17 to 30 as 4 (a— 3 (a,—
Veal Skins, 10 to 17 lbs 5 @ — — ri4
Call Skins, sto 10 ibs 6 ®— — @5
Dry Hides, usual selection. lOcculOl^1; Dry
Kips, do. 9c $ ft; Calf Skins, do, Oc; Cull
Hides, Kip and Calf, Gc; Sound Dry Salt
Hides, s<ii<;e; Cull Dry Salt Hides, 4@4%c;
PeltSj sijearlings, 20fd>30c each; do, short,
!<>'" -iOc each; do, medium, 60@75c each; do,
long wool, $I@l 25 each; Deer skins, sum
mer, 32J^c: do, good medium, 27I<@3oc; do,
thin, 2U(g>22Kc -& Ib; Goat Skins. So#soc
apiece for prime and perfect; 15^,25c me
dium, 5@ 1 Oc each for small.
MEAT MARKET—Following are the rates
for whole carcasses from slaughterers to
dealers: Beef—First quality, s'v'«.Ge; second
quality, oc; third quality, 4@4J^C 9 B>. N'eal—
<Ji;otable at r>(S,()e for large and Ti@Bc ft for
small. Mutton—Quotable at 7«i 8c '^ ft).
I^amb, spring, B@Hc ?* tt>. Pork—Live Hogs,
on foot, Krain led. heavy, P.f@l>/,c; light,
4M&4$&; dressed Hogs, e%@7>£c & 15.
EASTERN AND FOREIGN MARKETS.
Nkw York, October 10th.
WHEAT-SI 073 i for October, SI 08^ for
November, § i 10^4 for December, 911 \% ior
January, si 14!, Cor March and §1 15% for
SUGAR—Cuba Centrifugal, 3?£c.
Chicago, October 10th.
V.-I!EAT-$1 00% c for December and
91 Uo>o for May.
Liverpool, October 10th.
WHEAT—Strong. California spot lots, s»
9d; off coast, 44s ::d; just shipped, -14s 3d;
nearly due, 44s Gd; eariroes ofl coast, very.
nrmj on passage, Btrong; French country
markets, quiet; weather in England, showery.
SAJV FBA2ICXSCO STOCK SALES.
San Franci.sco, October 10,1891.
Alta 15,- H. &N 1 55
Andes 1 10 lowa 25c
15. A B 3 15 Mexican 2 05
Bullion 1 65 Mono 2f>e
Chollar 1 45 N. Belle Isle 45c
C. C. iV (i.1., Occidental 8o«
C. imperiai lOcOpbir 3 80
C. N. V 15c Potosi 2 5()(,-•> 55
(.'.Point 1 fsosavace 3 05 :: 15
Exchequer GOc S. Nevada 2 50
Q & C 2 00
Department One—Catlin, Jtid&re.
SATrnDAY, October 10th.
Estate of Mrs. Fassler, deceased—Will ad
mitted to probate.
The success which Hood's Sarsapnrilla
lias had In freeing childhood from afilic
tions caused by impure blood, is really
remarkable. Many a mother has reason
to be thankful for it.
C. C. LINIMENT.
T _ _ San Francisco, September 20, 1889.
J. C. Tpa\'ei?, Proprietor Podine Stables, Mission street, says of the C. C. Liniment; A
most excellent Liniment; consider it the best on the market. You have not said halt enougt
in Its favor.
„, _ _ San Francisco, August 8,1889.
Tiik C. C. Liniment Co.—Gf-nts: I bavn used C. C. Liniment in my family, and can give V
my unqualified indorsement as an article of the highest merit and efficacy.
A. O. SHEAHAN, 863 Market street, San Francisco.
_ San Francisco, September 20,1889.
The C. C. Liniment Co., S. P.—Gents: 1 have ustd your C. C. Liniment in my family, and
consider it an article of the highest merit. 1 most cheerfully recommend It as a house-hole
remedy. \v. D. GARLAND, Equitable Life Ins. Co., 405 Montgomery street, a. W.
_ San Francisco, August 9.1689.
IBJC, CL Liniment Co.—Gents: After using all other remedies for Rheumatism v.ithoui
enect, n:y mother was cured by the use of one bottle of your C. C. Liniment. It is a trulj
wondeifal medicine. I am, very truly youra.
ZENO MAUVAIS, Music Dealer, 769 Market street, S. V.
San Francisco, August 20,1889.
tite C. C. Linimdnt Co., S. F.—Gents: The udder of one of tay cows became inflamed and
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_ 9an Francisc©, September 20,1689.
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_, San Francisco. September 19,1859.
The C. C. LnrnasST Co.. S. F.—Gents: Last week I got my hands severely burned by tear
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_ Sax Francisco, September 20,1889.
The C. C. Linimknt Co., S. F.—Gent,«: I hare been troubled with soft corns foragreat many
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l can recommend C. C Liniment as liv finest remedy for the cure of corns that I have used.
P. J. LEA.sk, Manufacturer of the celebrated "Pansy Adjustable Bustle."
San Francisco, September 18,1889.
liiE C C. Liniment Co., S. F.—Gents: I had en attack of rheumatism a short time ago,
and one bottle of your C. C. Liniment effected a coinpUt" cure. Yours, respectfully,
T. CLIFFORD, 330 iN'oe street, City.
San Fran* isco, June 18,1886.
Mr. \\. IT. Bone, fU7 Bartlett Street, San Francisc*)— My Dear Sir; We nave used
jro.ir (;. c. Liniment for a severe case of rheumatism with tho best ol" results, aud would rcc
omm< mi it highly to others. Yours truly.
ARNOLD EROS., Cash Grocsrs, 916 Valencia street.
San Francisco, July 3,1588.
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~ our C. C. Liniment is the best I have e-vcr usrd. and I reommena it as an excellent lini'
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j?.an Francisco. July 3,1888.
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■IBS. P. J. LAUGHLIN, 604 Twenty-first street, between Fol?om and Harrison.
AS- We would advise those Buffering from rheumatism to no and ne Mr-. l.:< i^hlin
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™- ,r t, San Francisco, Cal.,.July B,ISB--.
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___ T , . 1 Produce and Commission Merchant. 226 Clay street.
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-10,^ 1" J« IL Br>XE- No* 317 Bar!^11 rtreet, S. F.-My Dear of^Mov
10th, while getting on the cars a: Reed's SUtlon, Marin County, I fell over an obstrue ion aud
f-n ei-ria j-ere dislocation ot my ten hip. Alter it wns set I suflered severely for two days,
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MRS. A. S. FALLS, No. 1.35 Fair' Oaks street.
KIRK, GEARY & CO.. AGEXTS FOR SACRAMENTO.
13-ELY'S CREAM BALM-O^mw* tho Nasal gJf^™StfJ^
>->»*«»«■ passage, Allajß I'ain sud Inflamniiktiou, Il'-a'swrr^A* «"A%
K.-ion-H Tatte nnd Smell, mid i.'\ivi *»CT^Sr*TAR»M?cV
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1 v jfii& <iivfs Kollef atonce torColdin Hrnn. CJ2s^.^-»s^^".V
.■ .-^sw^^ft-.^ I Apply into the Xottril*. It it Quickly Absorbed. X^ r W^
"SaaHUSlsOc. Druggists or by nmiL ELY BROS., 60 Warren St., N. Y.pgyN^eMC:
fiX Wl^ CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH. RED CROSS DIAMOND BRAND A
EJfTri THC ORIGINAL AND CCNUINC. TTie only Sofo, Sure, »n4 rtliabU Ptll for tUe \W
1 *P$ Ijidfr*. «* Krurri.t f»r AlduMr 1! SngiUh Diamond Brand In Krd »nd Sold n»>tti:ic V«r
iff •* «r« iw«»»4 wiih blo« ribbon. Takr no "other kind. £*/tw SnltHtviiotu owl imitatiem. V
h/tj AS pillt to puwbovd boxes, pink vrapimra. arr dßHffiroß» connterfrltK. At L> rue sins. ( . r ornd v i
fV/ 4«. n ihtoipi tm ptrtioslu-a, mtlßoolftU, »n4 *'Kellef for l-ndic*,'" in letter. )>y prturn Mnil
If I'I.OOO T >::n.f.r,iv. Vmm, Pap*r. CMICW ESTER CHEM IC* L Co., MndUoa Houiuc!
t Sold by all Lo*-»l Uructl.u, PUll^ADKU'MlAri'^*
BRfe || n A DR. WILLIAMS' INDIAN PBLE OINTF^E?iT
r.i [,5; fi m cure Klind, Bleeding and Itching Piles. It absorbs tho
-JxJ 1! . — tumors, allnys tho Itchlne at once, acts as a poultice, gives
iipls f v oM lnstant relief. Prepared only for Piles and Itchlnp of ths
. ;; private parts. Every box is warranted Judge Coons, of
" fi m Maysvllle, X V., says: "Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint
* m wmmm mLb VkWv nientctmtl me after years of suffering." Sold by druggists
«■ B sUsssl HaMi sent by mail on receipt of prioc 50 cents and $LOO per dqx.
For Sale at JOSEPH HAHX &CO/S, Druggists, Fifth and J Sts., Sacramento.
LIST OP LETTERS.
Remaining in the Postofflee at Sacramento on
Monday, October 12,1891:
Adams, Mrs Howard. Miss Carrie
Allen, Miss E V Jonte, Miss Lillie
Augustus, Mrs JLinLiiekt, Mrsß
Barmore, Miss Libbie McCleve, Mrs
Btsimo, Mrs Filomena McKay, Mrs Kate
Bland. Sirs* James Merteus. Mrs
lione, Mrs W H Morris. Mrs Julia
Rodenheusen, Mrs L Myers, Miss Mattie
Brown, Mrs A P Murphy, Mrs Daniel
Bunker. Miss Mary Phillips, Madame
Butler, Miss Nellie Robinson. Mrs Frank
Banter, Mrs Eliza Russell, Mrs Kate
Bumes, Minnie Russell, Mrs W F
C'aleii, Miss Annie Sims, Mrs E S
Cumpbeil. Mrs C M Stiatler, Mr^ S T
Carr, Mls.s May Bhattock, Mrs M
Colon, Carmel Dona Sp-ucer. Mrs W O
Klweli, Mrs Lou Behuler, Mrs Jennie
Emerson, Mrs M L Stevens, Susie
Flanders, Kate C Staples, Mrs L D
Freybe, Mrs O Trainer, Mrs Frank
Garrutt, Mrs Lizzie Walker, Florence
Cia/.zola. Mrs May Wt.nv.el, Mrs F
Gould. Mrs E S Webster, Mrs Emily
Hall, Mrs E;la Wilbur. Mis Mary
Hardy, Miss Mary White, Mrs Alice
BasfeeU. Kiss Villa "Williams, Mattie
Alen, Charley Freibor, B E Moriey,Patriek
Allee. I- T Prickle, F Newmu, G
Alpeter,Her>ry Grimes, Jaa Newton, A B
Anderson,.! N Grjendyke,A Kiekerson,V\ r A
Axthelm.UW Guniher, Fred O'Keefe, M
IJalcrr, CD ITali, A C Olson, John
Bell, M Hampton, (ieo < MTensend, W S
lialdin, Elias Haney, RJ Otis, I H
Bekken, Ed Hcndrieks.F P Partner. John
Bcsk, —— Hersohn, G-3 Parmenler, E
Berry, J D Hili-erbrant, T Plener, Joseph
Bine, W H Hite, J B Phelps, L C
Boc!;stmg,CN llippen, S S BobiiuOQ, Jno
Brk-e, Toiii HoiLh v, L nvi Richarason, F
Brison, c M Hfgue, Robert Russell, N F
Brotm, B L llyer, AC J Salinas, chus
Bulioek,Geo Hu m phreys, Sfaaunonds, L
Buudv, E "W R Shoemaker. G
Burknardt, S Jackson, Jas Slmltz, R M
Burnight, F Jameson, W T Shumate, W
BorckorZorck Jones,CoasW siiai'er, G M
Carpender.El) Jonson, QG Scluiw, Bcha-
Christman. E Kauffmahn, J bet &Co
Clark, Dick Kelly, James Bheehan, Thos
Closs, F Kuiilman, !•' Slayback,DrC
Ooffinan, W D LoVern, Prof M
Colnmba, M M LtUfe. i'J Smelt.. James It
Cone, W W-2 Llyod, L L Starkey, N C
Coonrcd. J U Linton, Clias P Tebbey, C A
Cooper, Tiny Leon, F Townsend/WE
Comlsn, F G liCiteh, Walter Terry, W.l
Crane, WL Learn, C A'antine, John
Cv nningham, Marshall, R Vince, E.l
AW McClearlard,JVarela, .Martin
Casey, Curt McFotrnuv, j Vaken, Jacob
Doyle, James Michener. F A Ward,
Davis, Mills. \V X Watermen AE
Davis, A B Merl, Jo'.ni Warren, And'w
Darden, C L McQ.uinston.R Warren. Ans
Deeley.MD McPnerson,wJWilforcl, J L-3
DonaLue, ..'as Moore. .1 T Westlake, II
Farrell, P.» Moore, James Weir, James
Fisher, Sam Moody, Mi> Wood, C
Flahive.Thos Miller, H Worman, II
Franklin, J-2 Mochida, T
2VI iscolla 11 eon s.
Honseworker, 11Q2 Moon tain Fruit Co
Fourth street M B Bchool, 405 I
Third and Fourth Class Matter.
Heiscr, W E Bell. A D
J. O. COXJEMAN, Postmaster.
THE RECORD-UNION AND WEEKLY
UNION are the best for the family circle
Proposals for Supplies
STATE INSANE ASH
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ACT OF THE
.-., s!ature of lhe Btato of California, en
titled An Act Concerning the Insane Asylum
01: tnc State oT California,' approved April 4,
18; 0. and the existinsr law Rovernin? said in
stitut on. SEALED PROPOSALS will be re
ceived by N. M. ORB, Secretary of the Board
t !r?!Ttors of tho Insane Asylum of the suite
of California, at his office, Nob. 200 and 211
Channel street, Stockton, up to 10 o'clock
a. X, on
Tlie SI Day of October, 1891,
For furnishing the following supplies to tho
said Asylum for the term of six months com
mencing November l. 1891, and ending .>i.iv
1,159:>. Said supplies consisting of tho fol
lowing schedule und to be delivered as or
Groceries and Provisions.
1 0,000 pounds dairy salt.
200 pounds Palmetto starch.
300 pounds Duryca's Btaupca.
10.000 pounds white pea beans. Inst crop.
8,000 pounds Bayo beans. la*t crop.
S.OOO pounds China rice, No. 1.
30 gallons eoj:l oil, brst quality.
450 gallons wine vinegar.
12 dozen Bath brick.
lit half-barrels Columbia River salmon.
12 cases codfish, 100 pounds each.
3(.i rmms straw pupor.
300 pounds black pepper, in 5-pound cans.
100 pounds mustard, iv 5-pound cans.
r>u pounds ginger, in 5-pound cans.
50 pounds alispice, in 5-pound funs.
1,200 pounds best >;ualitv Ihmi
1,000 pounds salt pork, extra qoalitv.
1.200 pounds thin A. & C. bacon, or bacon
9i equal quality.
1 ..ji o pounds :-ocL'i crackers, No. 1.
2^o pounns best quality baking powder.
600 pounds rolled oats.
200 pounds pearl tapioca.
200 pounds Bago.
600 pounds dried currants.
4,000 pounds dried apples, first, ouallty.
3,000 dozen fresh California eggs.
10 gross safety matches, lanrosi/.c.
100 gallons mixed pickles, in 5-gallon kegs.
3 dozt-u olive oil.
12 boxes macaroni, No. l.
12 boxes vermicelli, No. 1.
5O pounds bluing.
3 doren hair floor brushes.
3 doien counter brushes.
6 dozen mop handles, combination
300 pounds lard.
1,200 pounds hominy.
500 pounds corn starch.
150 pound 6 peurl barley.
150 pounds split peas.
C> gross eluy pines.
1,000 pouncis chicory beat quality.
2,C00 pounds Liverp/>ol salt.
100 pounGsbiearbottutevoda, 1-pound pack
COO pounds prunes, best California.
1 barrel N. O. molasses.
3 dozen extract of lemon, 16-ounce square
3 dozen extract of vanilla, IG-ounce square
50 pounds ground cinnamon, 1-pound cans.
25 pounds ground cloves, 1-pound cans.
25 pounds ground mace, 1-pound cans.
6,000 pounds sal soda.
80 gallons cylinder oil.
40 gallons machine oil.
Sugar and Syrnp.
18,000 pounds Golden C sugar.
10,000 pounds dry aranulatelfcsugar.
2,000 gallons American golden syrup.
Cdfli3e and Tea.
9,000 pounds Costa lUeacot!"<*e.
1,800 pounds English Breakuidt tea.
1,200 pounds Japan tfta, uncolored.
6,000 pounds laundry soap, bidders to fur
600 pounds sand soap, bidders to furnish
Flour, Bran and Grain.'
1.200 barrels bakers' extra flour.
12 barrels Graham flour.
15,000 pounds cornmeal.
10,000 pounds cracked wheat.
20.000 pounds ground barley.
30,000 pounds bran.
10,000 pounds shorts.
Clothing und Hats.
GO dozen gray wool overshlrls
(27 Inches wide by 33 inchps lone 1
60 dozen hickory shirts.
(27 inches wide by 33 -Inches lone 1
40 dozen cottonade pante. canton flannel
Imed. (Size—Waist. 32. to 42; legs, 31 to 34 )
120 dozen wool socks.
1H do»en wool Hats; size, 7 to 7%.
10 dozen suspenders.
20 dozen cottouada winter coats; size 37
150 yards white table oil cloth.
4 dozen canton flannel drawers.
10 dozen canton flanbei undershirts.
1,500 yards 6-4 unbleached Pequot sheet
ing, full width.
1,000 yards bedticking (Amoskeag mills \
C. A.), 32 inches wide.
1,000 yards 4-i unbleached Indian Head
•JOO yards crash, Russkm fiax XX.
400 yards 4-4 Lonsdale muslin, blenched
O^^f***" 4"4 W^msuUa cotton, bleached,
200 yards 5-4 Pequot bleached sheeting.
500 yards Amoskeag cheviot.
500 yards Amoskeag A. V. C—dress ging- j
100 yards table linen.
150 dozen Coates' cotton thread.
48 dozen ladies' wool hose: size, 0 and 10.
15 dozen halt-bleached huck towels— 20x38
4 dozen while bedspreads.
40 pounds drab linen carpet thread, 1-pound
1 n dozen coarse combs.
b cases hair pins, l dozen boxes each.
12 packages pins.
I,<-Ou yards gray flannel.
200 yards check flannel.
20 dozen men's brogan«s, from 7 to 11.
20 dozen men's slippers, from 7 to 11.
3<> dozen ladies' plush slippers, from 3 to 7.
24 dozen iaclics' buskins, from 3 to 8.
800 pounds best sole leather, sides 21 to °5
80 pounds best skirl log leather.
1 bide- best harness leather.
1 dozen besi\tal skins 70 pounds
to the dozen.
5.000 pounds best qualitj' (salt water) as-
Bortx-ii Iri'sii fish.
I.SOO pounds of plug tobacco, quarter-pound
6 gross fine cut tobacco, in ounce packages.
18,000 pounus best iresh coast packed keg
Fresh I)uiry Butter.
5,000 pounds fresh dairy buttor.ONb. 1.
180,000 pounds potatoes, No. 1.
Fresh Ueef and Mutton.
160,000 pounds fresh beet, No. l, to be de
livered in sides and cut up at the Asylum.
20,000 pounds fresh mutton, No. 1.
800 tons of average coal, to be delivered
at :he Asylum us ordered. Bidders are
required In specify tbc kind ol coal by
naming the mine from which it is
taken or using the name by which
It is designated m commerce; 2,240 pounds
will be required for a ton, the coal to be
weighed at Stockton, at the expense of tho
Asylum, on scales licensed and employed for
60 tons Wellington coal, or other coal oi
equal quality, to be delivered as ordered.
The above-named articles are all to be of the
best qualities, subject to the approval of the
Medical Superintendent, and tol>e delivered
at such times and in such quantities as ho
may re j biro. And it is understood that if a
greater quantity of an article than above men
tioned shall be required by the Medical Super
intendent, the sane shall be lurnished by the
contractor at the contract price. The con
tract will be awarded to the lowest responsible
bidder, and no bid will be considered unless
accompanlea o> a Wllltßß guarantee, signed
by at least two responsible persons, that the
party making the proposal will, enter into
contract and furnish bonds tor the faithful
performance thereof, provided the contract is
awarded to said party.
Parties making proposals are specially re
lcrred to Section 5235 of the Political Code,
approved March 17,1887:
Section 3235. No supplies of any kind or
character for tho benefit of the State, or to be
paid for by any moneys appropriated or to be
appropriated by tho Stat«, manufactured or
grown in this State, which are iv whole or in
part tho product of Mongolian labor, shall b«
purchased by the officers of this State, having
the control of any puoiic institution under
the control of the State, or of any county, city
and county, city or town thereof.
The Board reserves the right to reject all bids
deemed too nigh or otherwise unsatisfactory.
PurttAs to whom contracts shall be awarded
The Earliest Fruit Land in the State.
Equal in AE Respects to tie Famous ha Valley, Which It Adjoins.
J^ INTEREST ONLY FOR FIVED YEARS AX 7 PER CENT.^
Capay Valley is situated in Yolo County, about 90 miles by rail from San Francisco,
and is traversed in its entire length by the Woodland, Capay and Clear
Lake Railroad, the distance from Esparto to Rumsey being 21 miles.
The Capay Valley Land Company is offering the! Too much stress cannot be laid upon the ereat ad
most lertile lands in this beautiful vaUey upon terms which vantage to the fruit-grower of being'in early locality,
enable the purchaser to pay for the land out of its own I In most cases it makes the difference between succes?
product, viz: interest only for five years at 7 per cent, and failure. The industrious orchardist of Capay Valle>
1 lie only condition imposed is, that a reasonable pro- may rest assured that he will derive all the benefits gained
portion of the land purchased shall be planted to fruit by the first fruit shipments of the season, and that 20
trees or vines. Land may be bought without this acres of this rich land, when the trees are in bearing,
condition on payment of 20 per cent, cash and re- will yield a handsome and assured income,
maimng 8o per cent, at the end of five years, with in- The Capay Valley Land Company has an agent re.
terest annually in advance, at 7 per cent. The various siding in the valley, whose duty it is to show the various
tracts owned by the Capay Valley Land Company have tracts to land seekers.
been subdivided into 10 and 20-acre lots, which are for Four townsites have been laid out in different points
sale at prices vary ing from $50 to $150 per acre. Simi- in the valley, viz: Esparto, Cadenasso, Guinda and
tor unimproved land in Vaca Valley has recently been Rumsey. Town lots may now be purchased at reason
sold at £400 and $500 per acre. able prices and on easy terms.
i hese Capay Valley lands are under the most favor- The enterprising and flourishing town of Esparto is
aole climatic conditions for the prosecution of profitable situated at the lower end of the valley, and $125,000
trait growing, and the locality has proved itself to be worth of substantial buildings have already been erected,
one of the earliest m the State. The grape crop of 1890 including a fine four-story brick hotel, two large brick
horn the company's vineyard at Cashmere was picked, blocks and waterworks, with pipes laid in the streets,
dried and shipped to Chicago and Philadelphia before besides extensive warehouses and numerous residences,
the Fresno County grapes were ripe. The town has a postotnee, school-house and a weekly
The railroad passes through all of the tracts owned by paper, and the fine railroad depot contains telegraph
the Capay Valley Land Company, thus insuring excel- and express offices.
lent shipping facilities ; and land may now be purchased Postoffices have alse been established at Guinda and
in the immediate proximity of either of the following Rumsey. This latter place, situated at the head of the
stations : Capay, Cadenasso, Surrey, Guinda, Sauterne, valley, is the present terminus of the railroad. The
Cashmere or Rumsey. comfortable little hotel makes excellent quarters foi
At many of these places fine orchards of the choicest hunters as well as land-seekers.
and earliest varieties of peaches and apricots may already The advantages enjoyed by the settler in Capay Val
be seen, and during the coming season considerable ad- ley may be thus concisely summed up :
I ditional acreage will be planted cat. One of the recent A soil of great fertility, yielding bountifully of every
sal-ss made by the company was that of the Tancred crop.
Tract, containing 600 acres, to a colony association. A soil and climate which will ripen all kinds of fruit
j This tract has been subdivided into forty holdings, all of and vegetables earlier than anywhere else in the State,
which will be planted to fruit trees this season. A climate perfectly adapted to the curing of raisins and
The fine orchards on the Guinda Tract, where 400 drying of fruit without the aid of artificial evaporators,
acres have been sold, are especially worthy of mention, A location that is central and close to markets. Railroad
and it is a significant fact that several of the blocks are communication which enables shipments to be made
owned by successful Vaca Valley fruit-growers, who ex- quickly and cheaply. Lands which are sold cheaper
pect to make their earliest shipments from here. and on better terms than anywhere else 'in- the State.
FOR MAPS AND ALL INFORMATION REGARDING THE CAPAY VALLEY LANDS,
APPLY TO' OR ADDRESS
wm:. h. mi I*l*3,
Fourth and Townsend Streets. - SAN FRANCISCO.
shall Hie bonds with the Secretary, N."M."orr
on or before November 1, 1891.
Separate bidr, will btf received for;
Groceries and Provisions.
Boox and Syrup.
Coffee and Tea.
Flour, Bran and Grain.
Clothing and Hats.
Fn an Fish.
Fri-sh Dairy Butter.
Fresh Beef and Mutton.
Payments to be made monthly in cash.
Bids to be addressed to N. M. Orr, Secretary
of the Board of Directors of the Stockton
State Insane Asylum, Stockton, and indorsed
on the envelope, "Proposals lor Furnishing
Bampleß of articles required may be seen at
tho storeroom of tho Asylum.
In order to preserve uniformity and laeill
tate tho award, it has been resolved to receive
no bids unless made upon blank forms fur
nished by the Secretary.
By order of the Board of Directors of tho
Stockton Insane Asylum ot tho Stat? of Cali
fornia at Stockton. N. If. ORR, Secretary.
Steal estate, (Etc.
A RARE OPPORTUNITY
Good Agricultural Land for $1O
to $2O per Acre.
The Paclflo Improvement Compauy has re
cently purchased twelve thousand ceres of
land in the heart of Tehama County, for the
purpose of promoting subdivision and settle
ment. This land embraces lands from first
class Sacramento Valley agricultural land, to
land of fair average quality, and is offered at
from SlO to $20 per acre, in subdivisions ol
40, 80, 120,1G0 and 320 acres.
The terms upon which these lands ore offered
are especially attractive. Thejr will be soid in
subdivisions, as above indicated, by the pay
ment of Interest only for three years, at which
time the purchaser can begin the payment ol
principal by paying the first of five equal an
nual installments. Thus no part of the prin
cipal is to be paid for three years, and then
the purchaser Is to have five years In which to
pay Jive equiil annual installments, vrith in
terest at the rate of 7 per cent, per annum,
malting payments extending over a period of
eight years. Intending purchasers are as
sured that this is an opportunity to purchase
land of fair average quality at §10 per acre,
and good agricultural land at $20 an acre,
with other grades of land at prices to corre
spond between those figures.
The assertion is frequently made that good
lands, suitable for general fanning, and es
pecially adapted for fruit-growing, cannot be
had in California for less than from $60 to
$100 an acre. An examination of the land
subject of this advertisement will prove to
home-seekers that this is an opportunity for
tho purchase of good agricultural land at $20
an acre, and for qualities grading down to fair
agricultural land at $10 an acre, on terms of
payment which should make the disposition
of these lands to actual settlers a result easy of
The primary object of the purchase of this
body of land was the breaking up of a large
holding for the purpose of promoting its set
tlement in smaller quantities and its devotion
to diligent husbandry.
For further particulars, call upon or ad
tress \VM. H. MILLS,
Land Agent of the C. P. R. R., Fourth and
Townsend streets. San Francisco. Cal-i
J PUTRI^PTTUT 1 D- Johnston & Co. 3
jjjXAJLII JL US W 410 J STREET.
■ ; g* OROERS FROM THE COUNTRY PROMPTLY FILLED * i
AND SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
Draws Drafts on Principal Cities of the World,
Saturday HtOTBS, 10 a. m. to 1 p. m.
Prc-ident _ N. D. RIDEOUI
\ ice-President FRED'K COX
Ouhier a.. ABBuT'J
Assistant Cashier W. E.GERBEB
C. W. Clark, . Jos. Steffkns,
Geo. C. Perkins, Fked'k Cox,
N. D. Rideout, Norman Ridkout.
W. E. Gerbkr.
mHE OLDEST SAVINGS BANK IN THB
X city, corner Filth and J streets, Sacra
mento. Guaranteed capital, $500,000- paid
up capital, gold coin §300,000; loans on real
estate in California, July l, 1891, $3,10(3 408
term and ordinary deposits, July l, 1891,
$3,022,521. Term and ordinary deposits re
ceived. Dividends paid in January and July.
Money loaned upon real estate only. Infor
mation furnished upon application to
W. P. COLKMAN, President.
Ep. R. Hamilton, CashJer.
NATIONAL BINKirDTFMILLS & CO.
Sacramento, Cal.—Fonndod 18SO.
Saturday hours 10 a. as. to 1 p. m.
DIRECTORS AND SHAREHOLDERS.
D. O. MILLS 1,538 Shares
EDGAR MILLS. President 1,538 Shares
S. PRKNTISB SMITH, Vice-Pres. 260 Sharea
I FRANK MILLER, Cashier 351 Shares
C. F. DILLMAN. Asst. Cashier.. 125 Shares
Other persons own 1,198 Sharea
Capital and Surplns, $600,000.
*©- Chrome Steel Safe Deposit Vault and
Southwest corner Fourth and J
Streets, Sacramento, Cal.
Guaranteed Capital $500,000
T OANS MADE ON REAL ESTATE. IN-
J_J terest oaid semi-annually on Term and
EDWIN K. ALSIP Vice-President
D. D. WHITBECK ....I Cashier
C. H. CUMMINGS Secretary
JAMES M. STEVENSON Survejor
_ _ Dißflfrrons:
B- U. Steinman, Edwin X Alsip,
C. H. CXTMiIINGS, W. E. TERKY,
801. Runyon, James McNasskb.
Jas. M. Stevensom.
382 I»Ine Street, San Francisco.
PAID UP CAPITAL, $1,000,000. SURPLUS, $250,000.
SH^^^^ R tC,S ocker E- & MILLER, Jr.
R. C. WOOLWORTH. President
w. h. brown ...::::::::::::;.vVce:pfellden
W. E. CROCKER Cashier
People's Savings Bant of Sacramento.
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE. SEMI
annual dividends on deposits. Corre
spondence promntly answered.
WM. BECK MAN. President.
Geo. W. Lorenz. Cashier.
PT?Tmcir'»'7r\X T'C ia *be best and chcape-L
UIV-kUfcUZOMIi remedy. When it is used o«
the roosts or in nest boxes, will kill all lice on thi
nep§. Ask your denier for it, or send direct to us
Price OOcts per quart can, by express. CirvuJars fren
Petaluma Incubator Ca. Petaluma, Cal
Weak Men and Women
CHOULD USE DAMJAXA BITTKRR
*•-' the Great Mexican Remedy; fives Health
an<* Strength to the Sexuul Organs.
J. HAHN & CO.. 480 J Street. -A«ena.
H. F. ROOT. ALEX. NEILSON, J. DRISCOI*
BOOT. NEILSON & CO..
TTNION FOUNDRY—IRON AJiD BRASS
U Founders and Machinists, Front street,
between N and O. Castings and Machinery
of every description made to order.
SUCCESSOR TO CARLE & CROLY, CON
tractor and Builder. Orders solicited and
promptness guaranteed. Office and shop,
IJL24jSecondjitreet, between X and L.
CARRIAGES, VICTORIAS, PHAETONS,
\j Bugfcfiei and Spring and Fruit Wagons.
910,J)12, 914 Ninth street, Saorumenio.
PRACTICAL PLUMBERS, STEAM AND
XT Gas Fitting. Kooflng and Jobbing. Terms
reasonable. 127 J street.
JOHN D. SHEARER & SON,
ARTIFICIAL STONEWALK CONTRACT
ors. Latest designs ami first-lass work.
Estimates furnished for residences, wood or
Iron foundations- JcU'-tf
DE. W. WOOD,
DENTIST. QUINN'S BUILDING, 401 J
street. Office hours, 9 a, m. to 6 p.M.al-lm
F. F. TE3BETS,
DENTIST, 914 SIXTH ST..^WBSg&»
between I and J, west sido.oTO^ L-^v
opposite Congregational Church. Mi*-Qr r if
"db. w. c. reiih,
DENTIST. LINDLEY HUM II ijltlUllimo
ing. southeast corner
enth and J streets, Sacramento.
C. H. STEPHENSOI^
DENTIST, CORNER SEV-djgHSgrfc
enth and J streets, t**cra'\frMßPmL
A. L. HART,
west corner Fifth and J streets. Rooms
13,13 and 14, Snt.ter_building.
WM. M. SIMS,
A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
±\_ Lindley Building, rooms 5 and 0,1000
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