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RIGHTHERE IN CALIFORNIA.
.
Wtai Tatar Friends and ', Heigbban
?<ay
o« a Mailer of Vila! fmportanre.
News from : Alameda, Bffkeley,
OaMaad and Environs.
willbe found a sample of the multi-'
tude of letters :of encouragement Messrs. 11.
H. Warner &, Co.j of Kocliester, N. V.,- daily
Below
receive. The subjoined unsolicited testimonials
are from jyour friends and neighbors, ladies
HOME ,'OR THE ADULT BLIND. and gentlemen yon know and esteem for their
who would
straightforwardness,
honor and
and
Fcorn to be a party to any deception. 'What
has been done for others can be done foryou,
and it is folly,nay suicidal, to 'longer suifer
the means of recovery lie at your very
door:
la Indication Meeting to Protest Agaiast
Uie Removal of Chief Thomas-Tke
,
Wedding.
Oaki Axn. CaL (Attorney-at-Law. 957 Broadway),
Dec. 20, 1887.— 1have long used '-Warner's Safe
Cure" -with good '-results, and am now using the
Alaiaeda. •
Kynoch &. White have ineUtuted suit inthe
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e6tead AModatiom to fore&avSTue; ?^ instruction ofa sewer on
tLe
Property
1
Brrtteler.
Yolo, Cal., Dec 13. 1887.— My wife is nsine
The olaes of "91of tic University willhold a
"Warner's £afe Cure" and says that itis doing her
picnic at Angel Island on Saturday.
good.
H:,v^y?r ' Su P cr
of the Chicago
t> i
ne»»tendent
Berkeley, was thrown
S?f
from Li» bnggy a few days ago, receiving
severe bruxfces npon his face and breaking some
serC Conllnitt«e
University of
of
the
AlvjeO, CaL, Jan. 6, 1888.— 1use "Warner's
ow
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o
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t»>e following pro- Safe Cuie" to keep
well. I
think itis a good medi00 *1^
cames:
cine.
f
outdoor
Sdo*?T?£i
1
S>l
Woodhams andPol2S?
%' maiden; 100
*on);
yards handicap,
•pen: 220 yards handicap, open: 44O yards
handicap, open: half miU,
for
SouleWall
mile,
open; half mile, open; one
one
mile walk
Fax Fhaxcibco, Cal. <723 Market street), Dec.10,
open ; standing wide jump, running -wide
jimp,hop, etep and jump, etanding highJump, 1887.— We consider "Warner's Safe Remedies" invaluable, and would not be without them.
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OakUM
Amission chapel, to
about $2000, -will
fee erecwd by the FirstcostPresbyterian
fcociety at the corner of Fourth and Church
Jefferson
streets.
Sax Frixcibco, CaL (621 Montgomery street),
y. aged twenty-nine, fell and Dec. 10.1887.— 1 find "Warner's Safe Kemedies'*
Mori88e
Y-'
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broke his leg above the ankle at the Judson
allthat we could desire.
*** eaight his foot in a
Wednesday evening the marriage of Miss
Amelia C.Hasten and;. Horatio Seymour Manjunc.willtake place at the
Masten residence
on Madison 6trect.
Hall's Terry, CaL, Jan. 4, 1888.— I
am using
L^andfcdP'
"Warner's Sale Cnre" for disease of the Kidneys,
Last evening George T. Bromley, late
and itis doing me good.
bul at I'ientsm, lectured at Hamilton HaUConon
•; Peking and Northern China," with 6tereopticon illustrations.
\\ith the
bequeathed the
Eehcf Society by A. Chabot, deceased, Ladies'
will be
established a school, to be located on the
]tr<liiw'sof the association.
Daxville. Cal. (Heal Estate aniBusiness Agent),
This evening Chief of Police Pumyea will Dec 8, 1887 I
have used some of "Warner's Safe
Cure,"
and believe it to be a good remedy when
pcrmutate the poUce force. It is said that
the two 6ergeants, one detective, the bailiff faithfullyused. .\u25a0\u25a0; .
and a prisonkeeper willbe detailed to patrol
"
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«luty.
The Board of Education met last evening.
Itwas decided to ask the City Council
for authority to purchase for a school-house site
the
Jot on the southwest corner of Fourth and
Harrison streets ;price, $0100.
Caltella, CaL, Jan. 13, 1888.— 1 am happy to
Department Commander T. H. Goodman
state that I
have used "Warner's Safe Cure' r and
has appointed Superior Judge E. M. Gibson,
''Warner's
Pills" withliebest results possible
Advocate for the Department ofCali- for derangedSafe
Kidneys and Liver. I
Jud^e
continue to use
fornia. Couronartial proceedings ofthe G. A. "Warners Safe
Cure" although 1feel welL
X.,where an officer is implicated, will therefore come before Judge Gibson durinc the
year.
On the first of this month, it has just been
authenticated, A. J. Prole was seised with
varioloid. He is the citizen who kept the public ignorant of the fact that his wife and
brother-in-law were illin the bouse with smallpox. The Prole premises winbe "inpratique"
for tome time.
Judge Greene has granted Dennis C. Feeley
a divorce from Laura C. Feeley on the ground
of defendant's desertion. Judge Gibson has
cranted Mary Eva Randall a divorce from
William C. Randall on the ground of cruelty.
She was -allowed' $30 a month alimony and
permitted to resume her maiden name ofKeis.
Captain Oharles nenry Francis Reed, a seafaring man, who has made his home in Oaklaud for the pact five years, died Sunday at
Ko. 416 Twelfth street. Deceased was fortynice years old, a native of Massachusetts, and
jACKSOjf CaL, Sept. 28, 1887.— Last December
one of my boys, aged 3>2 5ears, was troubled with
what seemed to be abad cold. He grew worse, and
I
called a doctor, who called itDropsy and began to
treat my child forit. He continued to grow worse,
got another doctor, who analyzed his urine
and I.
and pronounced it 15 right's Disease in a bad form.
All the doctors said my boy would die, and he
looked as ifhe surely wonld. I
began to give my
boy "Warner's Safe Cure" -without saying anything
to the doctors. Inthree dnys his urine showed a
change, and an analysis made three weeks later indicated a perfect condition of his mine. Every doctor who heard of his cose said that lie wonld die
Kinc, but he took "Warner's Safe Cure" and is alive,
ifnot well, which is more than could have been said
if the doctors had been left to stuff him.
willbe buried at '2 o'clock this afternoon, the
Eev. C. W. Wendte of the Unitarian Church
officiating.
A few days ago
Patrick Powers of
Wkst Buttk, Cal., Dec. 28. 1887.—My daughter
Livcnnore, who was Rev.
convicted in the Justice has taken ."Warner's Safe Cure" and received great
Court of battery on the Hartigan boys, gave benent therefrom. I
am never without it in my
1r •; r
notice that he would appeal to the Superior house.
court from the judgment of the lower court.
Some time later he paid the tine imposed by
the Court, amounting *to S5O inone case and
$100 in another.
Henry Bohrman died at San Leandro on
AprilUO, 1885. He left no willand his estate
was worth §1500. The widow failed tonle a
$300 bond as administratrix. She married in
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
PALACE HOTEL.
ItSolomon, Wisconsin
D Brown, Illinois
Mrs Brown, do
£ Smith, San Jose «
W J Scott, Kansas
Mrs Smith, do
Scott, do .
EP Gates, Grand Fork Airs
X Barton, Fresno
Williams, City
took oath before AE
B» LnttreU
C BFnller, Kew York Mrs AOrelnp, Chicago
l>6terdat
Court,
the
Police
that CM Weld, Boston
D.E. Bortree, Cferi Si.
W J Goodwin, California
per- II
ItBuilt,
Frtfldttah,
do
do
he would snpport the Condition and
CM Jones, Massachusett ¥ H Frisbee,
do
form the duties of Police Judge 19 the best of Mrs
Jones,
Mason,
do
CIt
do
ability.
of
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The record
the
i!f
E E Katz,\
Wright, Oregon
do
J ai
•withthe City Clerk. He says he does nol prA- F
S«n Joss
ISBKing,
def
pose to give the city justices any trouble, but TBeach,
Angeles 5 HOwena &w, do
Los
Rowan,
E
willmerely bide the decisios of the Supreme
New York HHWheeler,
do
MTTVe^d,
Court in Daniels ts. Henshaw.
Mrs Wedd,
do
W Winans, Ohio
OF HalLDetroit
Anindignation meeting was held by citizens W J Anderson, do
do
MJ Flavin, San Francisd
at Caiaron Hall last evening. There was a Mrs Anderson,
EE Tillotson,do
MrsFlavin Ac c, do
Gary Howard was Chair- Mrs
large attendance.
C Kilbreth, c&n, do
FE Fielding, Virginia
man. Speeches denunciatory of the action of JMiss
do
FMcßae, Itcno
Kilbretn,
grievances
particular
being
the Council— the
in
E C Colin,
do
J W Stone, do
the substitution of Peter Pumyea for Chief of
do
HM Yerirngton, Carson
AMoore,
Police, vice W. R. Thomas were made by H
PL Bice,
Chicago
J H Dnrkee,
do
Kfv.Drs. F. A. Horton and J. K. McLean MrsG MMitt,Sacramento G W Middlcston, do
and ex-Councilman T. L. Barker, and J. L. 'X Hazard, Bhode Island E AMathewson, do
WC Holmes, Kansas
do
Lyon.
GSChapin,
'
Holmes,
do
Mrs Chapin & c, do
Yesterday afternoon at the residence of Mr. Mrs
Arnold, do
Mrs
HC
P
S
Harris
w,
&
St
Paul
Tubbs,
bride,
and Mrs. Hiram
parents of the
Nicholson, St Louis EP Smith,
do
Judge F. \V. Henshaw and Miss Grace S. P
Mrs Nicholson &c, do
Mrs Fielding,Virginia
presence
of relaTubbs were married in the
BROOKLYNHOTEL.
tives. Mr.and Mrs. Henshaw left for a bridal
W HDnnnagan, Wai Crk
tour in the southern part of the State. The C HHollenback.Martinez
W E Minto, Bradley
TMansfeldt, Oakland
father of the bride presented his daughter
Kamsey,
E
Sacramento
W HClay,
do
urith a lot at the corner of East Twentieth
S Edwards, do
H Hnnrfneton, Pctaluma
street and Fifth avenue, upon which he will R
McCollum, do
H
Ward,
Angeles
W
Los
build a charming house forthe young couple. Geo McCauley. do
MFrezin,
do
late William Bartling of E VX Smith, Kansas
S A Young,Denver
The funeral of the Phillips
Pritchard,
Chicago
Morgan,
&.
S
C
E
Bartling,
Stilwell.
Denver
the firm of
took
do
Miss MWard. Boston
place fromhis late residence, No. 719 Four- CS Newman,
Watkins Canyon City J Snonagle, Healdsburg
teenth street, and was largely attended. The ll
McCleave, Tomales E Forsyth, Massachusetts
services were conducted by Uev. Professor T. E Jl*Seward,
New York J Thompson, Los Ang
C George of the University of the Pacific
J GMallin,Canton
F TOmingcr; do
The pall-bearers were S. W. Spaulding, H. A. J S Hunt,
do
J X Uchimwra, Tokio*
S. J. Taylor. Henry nayesj
J Sullivan .
do
Powell. Colonel
C BHall, San JUas
Stanford,
w,
Jesse Walton, Hod W. J X Orkney &. Ottawa Thos Mullen. Mass I
Major D.W.
do .J Nelson, San Diego
Church, Ives Scoville. J. R. Capell, J. H. Miss Orkney,
Master Orkney,
do AMKing, do
KircLcva), P. H.Lameraux and John Potter.
HE Porter, Los Angeles
the wellThis afternoon Rev. J. B.McNally,
AMERICANEXCHANGE.
Parish, will
beloved rector of St. Patrick's
D MDowney, lleno, Nev
depart for Chicago. There he expects to re- P Carroll, Sacramento
J TCarrol),
do
S E Thompson, Wrights
join Archbishop Kiordan and two San FranW H Murpby, do
Geo A lleeve. Gilroy
cisco priests. The party will visit Ireland. J H
Gilbert,
do
W W Kuss, Kansas
Holy
Land.
the
Father
and,
probably,
Home
W H Koos,
John .Fappert, Pittsbure
do
Mt-Xally will be absent some ten months. JHMacConnelLLAnslsEßrichbilL
do .
Sunday imposing services of a commemo- PECovell, Astoria.
HH Howard. Merced
fy W T
C Cooley, Portland
W
HCovell.
&
rative nature were held at St Patrick's JGN
Hartman, • do ••
Chas S • Weldon, 'Toronto
of numerChurch. The rector was the recipient
j
Jas A Kntherfoid, Gnt MLa vis,
0
ous testimonial addresses. From the various John
Rnthertord, do
Geo M Watson, Wsah T
societies of the parish he received purses ag- J*Veit i;
fy.Oregon
Ed FMorris,
do
gregating $1000.
Frank Lightston,Concord Win CuMwcll, Illinois
yesterday of the
There was a meeting held
Jas IIJohnston. Sacto
Silas PnrnelL -do
State Home for the Adult ItW Kinncy,Wisconsin EUMills, Windsor
JMrectora of the
Olney and Edward Bnrns. Detroit Fred Blomquist, Salt Lake
Blind. J. C. Ainsworth, Warren
wl,P llo\i-s Bert Anderson,
do
and the latter pre- C F Trim, &Wai
John P. Irish were present,
Creek LE Skidmore, New York
was ordered to be P Kearnty,
dded. The sum of $93 45
Kavell, Toronto
Anderson, Chica"o
W
W
Chas
being
Bank,
the balance due C Berry, Kussian River W H Porter, Ban Jose
paid the lfibernia
that institution. Itwas reported that the pro- Jno Campbell. Chicago W Gillett,Duncan's
for the last two HMerson, Santa Ana Thos Barr&trf,Cal Mills
ceeds ofwork of the inmates
months was as follows: February, $707 05 ;
GRAND HOTEL.
March, $592 85. The money will be transS Moore & w, Martinez Alfred Jones, California' I
mitted to Sacramento. In the matter of insur- JAX
Moore, Gilroy
« HilerriK, do : •
ingthe buildings some littlediscussion ensued.
Co OF Miller.
do
insurance people re- P BGrayham.Lake
Itwas stated that the additional
TDevlin.
Sac
E ATompkins, Xovada C
Po>bt
for taking E X Shunk,
quired one-half per cent
do .
D E Morgan, . -' do
a risk on the men's ;dormitory. ADirector in- GAHastings, Benicia
W J Ryan &.
w.Salt Lake
'
JMGrogan,
do
GW Coe, Cloverdale
timated that the main edifice was tomost liable*
FLove, Arcata
to catch fire. Itwas determined
elicit the Randall Hunt, Minn
"
Warren,
LF
Tnlare
policy of the State relative to the insurance of D Stewart, lone
I)HBurke, Chicaco
En Rodden, Oakdale
Jts buildings, and the Secretary wa» empowW J Traphagen do >.
W H AMendy, Calico
<*ed to request euch information from the Gov- Dr
Flint, San Juan
J M Dnnlap, Modesto "
ernor and the Board of Examiners. The Su'-,
J Bony, Selma j. \u25a0-" A Rilcy,
•-': pwintendent wan instructed to have the water JWN
Foster, Paraiso Spgs P Latz, . f ,-s do
do
«eryk* improved by the substitution' of alarger DrG Lovtgoy,Petalnma 'AS Philip, Calistoza
£
main, and also to have a hydrant erected on A A MoClelUn, Colorado W E Sangatee. San
Jose
Sboecioft,
Seawell,
grounds.
the
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Nevada
JB
Uklah
due time and transferred to her spouse the
right to apply for letters. The other day the
*"8"8 petition, and the Public Ad"Tniß^an( ore< 80
ed a petition.
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iLTA CALITORMA TtJESCAYAipRIt WM$
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WH Mitchell Jr, GrssVy
B S Rector, "•'\u25a0 -do
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;\u25a0„" MrsGLord,'
P Latz, Modesto
'der- "
ALKeed &w,Suisun
D HFraser, RedBluft.
Sacramento
Hanser,
Spencer,
California
EE
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Mrs C W Bush, Woodlnd Mrs MALewis. Peta
Mrs CHGarontte, do , F W HalL Vallejo
Mrs MHitchcock,
do V.Mrs W GTobin.do
Berlin, Stockton ,'
S HBuford &. w, Napa -DN
A A Eckstrond, Los Ang J Steiuhart, -do
Herman,
San
Rafael
I
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Omaha
Roberts,
BF
J BOverton &.fm.NYork Mrs W Ferderson, Sac .
Mrs MHays. Eden Vale
V FBachelder, Snnol
O Hayes, .do
Mrs A Phillips, Chicago Mrs I
AE Osborne M D.SClara RE Montgomery, Sisson
G H Leach. Stockton .JO Lovejoy, Tulare
J NThome & w,Oaklnd J Steffens.Sacramento
E Stegins, Minnesota
A Barcom, San Jose
D S Baker, Nevada City .P J Hazen &. w, Modesto
Eldridge,
Siskiyou
JB
G W Neld. Gait
G A Whitlytw,Modesto R G Wallace, Pctaluma
. Mrs Kenny
&.3 eh, Minn
RHunt. St'Paul
&w,
AJ Miller
S Jose Dr S E Cross, Stockton
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL.
FIIWebster, Mentora Miss Stoneman, Los Ang
JohnMarkley.Gevseville W W Barry &w,VS N .
TR Fnller, Chicago
R J Roberts. New York
C Rowell &\u25a0 w, San Berdo E Powers, Houston, Tex
G BPearsons.LosAngels P Harshaw, Michigan
AB Miller,Marysrtlle Dr AAVilkinson, do
ER James, New York AW Gillingham, Japan
W DTyler, Tacoma
W DGreen, New York
AGClark&w:Helena,Mnt F Thompson, US N
JAnnstrong&w.Hanbl.Mo
ABMiller,Petaluraa
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MISCELLANEOUS.
;'.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Second, 416 OFarrell street— George Gordon;
Harry Losher, Victor Franknn. SttOK^ltf'^ffm^
Third, northeast 'comer of Leavenworth au«l
Turk streets— F. H.Murphy. Ben Wurtheim, J.
Fourth «northe.nt corner Jones and Market
strtets— W W. Silk, John liarrington, Danie%
t^iiinn.
ilSj.23 Seventh street— Charles E. Ames, 2ncholas Kjan, D.
• Sixth, 2 RussR.Mc>"elL
utrtet-wniiam P. M. Poran, Patrick Alukare, O. B. Hodge.
Seventh, southwest torner Howard and Harriet8
Mamn».1>- J- flannou. H.Jacobs.
i^
l^-Jsouthwest
tighth,
corner Howard and Ruavetsr-^- J- Kane, E. C: Uarrineton, I.Baer.
8t^
Jiintn. northeast corner Sevunth
and CJovolan*
streets— H. ZoUver, F. I.Oark,
M.J. Sullivan.
Attention, Democrats!
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MISCELLANEOUS.
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THE
PtolMY
-
Enrollment Committees anfl —
. Precinc^
Polling Places.
\u25a0xuuen-aasmi bisteict.
First
Northwest corner
and Hyd!
I>.lioldstone. J. 1). Maim Po«t
W H»-ilv
Set-ond. So. 615 KIIU street-M. J."vSSSy,
-»™j» C.L.Ackerman, Joseph Uirsch.
Thinl, Turn Vwrein Hall-ZU Landry. T J. Drnry,
J. Gan^.
Fourth Superior Court. Department Ko. 2,Kew
list of Citizens Selected to Con- City
HaU—Oe-rge Ealeigh, WUliam M. Vollers,,
James il.Cnrtin. .
Fifth, northwest corner Sev«nth and
duct the Temporary OrganiVatomastreets— M.F. Donleavy. John Nuonan, Jnhn Tracv
Sixth, |H>uthwfHt corner lUu»uh and Howard 1
zation of the Clubs.
streets—
Thomas
O'Brien.
Edward
Enricht. John 7']
J
OLRichardson&w.Qnebc Marquis Paulucci.StPebrg
O'Counell.
lsabcllo Richardson, do E Ackley&.w, San Diego
beventb. Manhattan Hall,sontheant corner Eighth •
Marion Richardson, do AIIDiilin,Baltimoro
County Committee, at a meeting »nd Vol.wm streets—
The
Democratic
.
Baruuy
ilcClottkey,
Maker,
Glasscock,
JH
S S Granada A B
Waroona
I.lUwswlL
held on the 3d day of April,A.D. ISS3, appointed Thomas Kennedy.
John Smith, Arizona
E Walden. Philadelphia
the followingnamed citizens to act aa the TempoEizhth, northwest corner Seventh and iTanimn*
R F Robertson, LosGatos E W Habbard, CSS
rary Enrolling Committees and selected the follow- streeta James
Kowan, John T.Daily.
Keid.Edward
ingnamed places for such Committees to conduct
RUSS*HOUSE.
N
rOBTTETH DISTRICT.
the enrollment at the temporary organization of the
J Matthcß, San Miguel J W Rilley, Grass Valley
First Precinct, Xo. 817 JLarkin street— W. WinApril11, 1833, throp,
Precinct
Cluba on WEDNESDAY,
Edmondson,
LP Bell,Portland
A
Nevada
Kelly,Walter Cook.
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W.E.
BP.M.
Pearl,
JA
at
lowa
S Schmidt, City
Second, Saratoga Hall— W.K. Sloan, J. C. Smiths
Officers Selected.
G Johnson, do ,
N Slippy, Colton
P. Griffin.
The names of the officer* selected and the location John
M 6Cummins,NwMexico AB Harrington, Arizona
Third,northwest corner Larkin and Ash avenue—
States
by
Used
tho
TTnited
the
heads
the
Great
Universities
by
polling-places
Government
Endoreed
of
of
the
are
follows:
aa
TB Haves, Los Angeles MRiordan,
J. F. Quale, T. J. Ford, John Scully.
•do
and Pnblic Food Analysts, as the Strongest, Pnrest and most Healthful. Dr. Price's Creaa
TWraTT-XISTH DISTRICT.
W Shridgeon, Pt Tiburon JD Rush, Fresno
Fourth,
Exsouthwest corner Birch avenue and Larkm
Baking:
Powder does notcontain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Dr.Price's Delicious Flavoring
B Gobbe. Healdsburg
First Precinct, 533 Sacramento— C. W. Kevin; street— Janies
W J Hesthal, San Diego
M. Hanna, James Martha. X. J.
tracts, vanilla, Lemon, Orange, Almond, Rose, etc, do not contain Poiaonoua Oilaor Chemicals.
M.Livingston, John O'Beale.
DXHaw Kins, City
S LTaylor. Boston
Murray.
210
Dahl,
Bush,J.
Second.
Buah— B. P.
C. S.
I)FLayton, Siberia
PRICE BAKINGPOWDER CO. k New York. Chicago* St. Louis.
HSmith, Portland
Filth, corner Laskie and Mission street.-*- J. 3.
Henley Smith. .
MrsDLAlbrights&cPrtln
S ZLalouo, Ensenada
Kenny,
William Waldrou, James O'Dwyer.
Third, 317 Bush— J. M.Eaten, Frederick Gerke,
WJ Berry, Selma
J G Kenyon, Seattle
Sbtth, Tcatonia Hall,Howard, between .Xhirh and
William P. Barnes.
W HBahney, Red Bluff DJ Powers fcw.S^taßosa
Tenth streets— J»hn Tracy, William Mulcahv
Fourth,
Timothy
Weary,
CO
First
street—
John
Butler,
do
"AB
Fresno
GWKyger,
Stephen Walsh.
Brown, PhilipKiley.
Mrs J O'Brien &2 c, City Mrs M Young.Glenraoor
Seventh, southweHt corner Eighth and Iloward
Fifth, 61 Stevenson— Richard Shephard, J. M.
Mibs DBarnes,
do W J Bosers. San Jose
streets-J. J. Brady, James JlcOriftin, Itichant
Ferris,
Fitzgerald.
Patrick
Allen,
Griffin,
Calistoga
MixsC
JE
Dakota "
Mansfield.
Sixth,
Henry
ENGLISH
northwest corner Bealeand Folsom
H Stellingt w.Davisville J C Horsington, do
£ighth, south west corner Howard and Ninth
W HNewman, Stockton JA Harding&f.Santaßosa
SAFE.ALWAYS.REUABLE.TO LADIES^SgSy DlAMON D BHAND TAKE NO OTHER.' Ryder, Mathew Collins, James Gorman.
Seventh, southwest corner Fremont and Folsom— streets— William J. Brady, James Murphy,James
WF Smith &w,\u25a0- do
INCISPENSAGIX.SCLD BYALL DRUGGISTS.XSK3r OR INCLOSE 4<=<STAMP3)ETRV ra r| n /g^.
TCherrev &w,Ogden
J.
Flinn.
loraii,
BRAND,
Moran,
BSeverance. Pt Arena
t DIAMOND
CHICHESTERS CHtUSnWr OR PARTI C CiLAR £; H^SH H 3 (l^*
John
James Gilmore.
' William
ATrepal, Tiiton
Ninth, No. 1245 Folsom street— John Kiernan
!E NO GTHER.SEE SIGNATURE ON EVERY B OX^T,n "etteb b/return "aTIBJ4 H Q H
LT Allen, Missouri
E Fordgee, Ventura
THIBOTSTH DISTBICT.
W. £. Harm,Michael Bohannan.
STERCHEMIMLCO.SCLEPRaP.MAD!SCNSO.PHILA.PA.VSEESIGNATUREOM EVERYBOX ES? H
S
Precinct,
F Ortega,SnßuenaVentra AJ Snodgrass, do
.
northeast
corner
Mission
First
and
WRITTEN TESTIMONIALS ANDOVER. FROM LADIESWM HAVEUSEDHn R SLBLffiJH
nnUNSOLICITED.
FOKTT-FIEST DISTKICT.
ADKuick &.d, Sntaltosa Miss AHollander.NTork
M.C. Gorham, Leon Weill.S. M.Irwin.
UUCHICHESTERS EWCUSH.DIAMOND BRAND PENNYROYAL PILLS
WITH SUCCESS. U. MSB
First Precinct. 17^; tolkstreet- James H.Wood.
Second, IC3 Natonui J. G.Florence, John CurDrJW Rellv.Grass Valley W BWebb & w Holbrook
.Annie
Knott,
W.
W.
H.C
Hunn.
ran,
Smith,
Fenley,
Miss ML
St Paul Tn
Wmfers
M.McCabe.
Second, California Hall, Green, near Lark in—
Third, 1-15 Third— John Coffey, Joseph Stevens,
G W Lovie, Redwood City M Breslauer, Chico „
Schr Therese, Jurgens, 10 hours fromFort Boss; 10.- men & Co; FDaneribCo; Oeo WGibbst Co;
J.Thomas, J. J. Terry, P. A.Dwver.
P.
Herman
Hartley.
do
J
J
Webster.
lowa
E.
J.
JStaller.
OUO posts, to A J Mursant.
r.ms; Hyman Bros; Hellman Bros; Haas Bros; Horace
Third, PixJey HalL Polk and Pacinc— John L.
J Mourot.Modesto
W J Jones, Sonora
Fonrth. 510 Howard— M.J. O'ConnelL G. Hayes, Norton,
Cleared.
Wilson: J Pinet; P A Carret; John T Wright: J HDieckWilliam Ring, H. J. Allen.
Mrs J MJilson Sid.Bston LJ Gilman, Santa Rosa
'
man; JD Kpreckels It Bros; J Ivancovich,' J Trejos; J F.C. Gerlick
A]>ril 9—Stmr Wilmington, Gage, Port Townsend;
Fourth. SE. Washington and Pulk
John LittleFifth,
lane,
First,
Second,
Co; Lliemisse k Co; Mess J H Boden i.Co;
J AHamilton, Pescadero S T Billiard. Humboldt
W
Grace
St
Maiden
between
HowGoodall,
ford,
Perkins
It
Co.
John
Derham. James Smiley. •
&w,Forestvle
Murphy,
AGJames
W Lord.Carson
Urautk Co: Mtdnro Garcia; Montealegre itCoard and Tehama— W. Dollard, John Connors, Will'Fifth, corner Pacific avenue and Lagnna street—
Neuberger, Kriss k Co; Order; P Martiicano: Parrott & iam Tracy.
AE Upton, Merced
Balled.
W E Bridgewar, SntCrnz
Sixth, 225 Third street— Peter Quinn, Joseph
George H. Kogen, W. Thorn ton. George A. Young.
Co: Ricardo Villaiiuuca; Reias Bros k jCo; Sperry k Co;
April 9—Stmr Eiirrka. Hannah, Wilmington.
ELHooper, do
C AFitch, Jr.
do .
8 LJones k Co: Schwartz It Co; Thomas Bell fc. Co; Burke, Jerry Monaghan.
Sixth, S. £. cor. Jackaon and Buchanan John V.
J Mason, Sebastopol
XHNichols, Butto
Stmr Columbia, Bolles, Portland.
Urioste; Wielana BrosThannhauser &.Co; Urruela i
Whaley, T. T. Spotta, George Kavanauj;h.
Stmr Wilmington, G»se. Beattle.
TimoSeventh,
Pickett,
liClementina—
Garrett
BALDWINHOTEL.
k,
f:o;
Irwln;
Watelee it
WF
W Solomon
Stmr Vai|iiin:i.Le.iand, Point Arena, etc.
Co- W Loaiza-' thy Dinnene, Jamea Gaifney.
Seventh,
northwest corner webxter and Filbert
Williams,
Dimond k Co.
D Alexander, "Watsonvill HW Taylor, Berkeley
BtmrAlcatraz. Johnson.
.
Eighth, 343 Third street— John McQough, John streeta K. Malone, John Muldoon, James Connolly.
Per State, of California— Allen &Lewis; Geo Morrow
Miss RO Thorp, St Louis J Langtry, California
Brship Grecian, Lardoer, Liverpool,
Eighth, No. 2500 California street— D. A.MacMcDovitt,
Co;
Balfonr,
Moore,
k
Guthrie
it
J.
S.
Co;
Fitzgerald.
Co;
Ferguson
&
H
Puget
Bark Fresno. Hanson,
Sound. J
Mi«BPinkie Wells do
Jas Wood,
do
>'inth, 411 Third street— Thomaa F. ilaher, donald, Robert Ferral, A.J. Clunie.
Barclay, Robertson & Co; Hammer, Leist t Co;
';',! V Scott;
Br bark Valdivia, Hushes, Queenntown.
T Williams, Visalia
1" Roberts, Oakland
• '
Ninth, northwest corner Central avenue and CaliEnglish;
John Zimmerman; H Dut ard; TLoughrsiu; J FBri'^liam,
Daniel O'XelU, Patrick H.Flinn.
Brbark Valparaiso, Robinson, Callao. ,'. '-' ,
J O Toplin.St Helena • • E Pollard,
do
ALnsk it Co; J Everding k Co; Porter Bros:
fornia street— Patrick Degan. Johu Dalton. Joseph.
•'Stover,
Victoria,
Cbilbark
Belle
THIBTT-FIBST DISTKICT.
Vista.
1"liollin.California
P.Kelly.
J HTraynor," do
Hoppe k Co; Russ, Saunders k Co; Dalton Bros; Wolf,
Schr Pet, Johnson. Albion River.
First Precinct, northwest corner Jackson and
W FUilligan,Oakland
X R Savage, California
Brown It Co; S P Taylor it Co: Pacific Paper C« ff]
FOBTT-BKCOXD DISTRICT.
By Trlesrrapti
Adams; Raymond, Siinire k Co; Koshland Bros; E J Davis John F. Horgan,
D XAshbv & w. Petalu
LT Wilson, Topeka
First Precinct, Bruphy'a Hall, liu.sh, near Polk,
• Patrick Stanton. Henry
Brown It Co; Tatnm, Bowrn itCo; C Uarley; A V Nich- Ealstein.
W R Armstrong, Michig C Brown, Santa Clara .
Povnr Lobos, 10 r. >.. April9, 1838.
C.J. Sullivan, James Uafney. J. Schroder.
Second,
|
Weather, hazy; wind, NW; velocity, 20 miles.
ols; Hurt is. Braudenstein.
117 Drumm street William Arundle, street—
Second,
R X Bryan,
do
AirsHHarburton do
southwest comer Pine and Polk streetit
Per Kewbern— Selby'a Smelting Works; SIIFrank !l Timothy Donovan, William Power.
MCJllarsh, Los Angeles C TMcCue, Mansfield
Correction.
Ayers, Jamea Shelly, Thomas Lonergan.
Co: ThamihausiT k ('«>; W Loaiza k Co; (Cabrera, Roma
Third, 323 Pacinc street— P. Stevens, E. B. William
MPChamberlin &d,do E J Root, Fresno
Inthe arrival of the bark Ceylon, on April Bth, she
Third,northeast corner Uou^h and Austin street.*
k C<y, I
Gntte k C!o; J F Ncbleiden It Co; Thos'Bell k Co; Hoiden, E. I*.Casserly.
J Reynolds, New York D W Hinsbard &w,Oakl should Lave been consigned
to Welch k Co and not to h< liatlitit Lemcke; Brown k Adams; 3 Bennlngham:
Aacroft
WilliamHosford. TimCallahau.
Henry
Fourth, 607 Sacramento street Patrick BuFourth, northeast corner
Williams, Dimond &Co as reported,
Wells,Fargo kCo.
of Poxt and Lasting
chanan, Henry E.Latioadec, John Heilbuth.
Pennie,
Spoken.
streeta—
J.
C.
J. Xapthaly, T.P. Rioidon.
Fifth, 810 Kearny street— Thomas Smith, Gua
Have you a congli,cold, pain in the chest, or
Fifth, southwest corner Lacuna and Ellid streets—
Kavanagh, Jacob M.Graber.
March 20—Lat 46 N, lon12 W, Italbark Bianca Casabronchitis ! Infact have you the premonitory nova,
MARKIKD.
Jr., James Bradley. Putrbk O'Connor.
hence November 14th for Havre.
Sixth, 611 California street— T. W. raliaferro, A.D.Allen
symptoms of consumption t If so, know that
Sixth, southwest corner of Bn.ih and Webster
April»-Lat 49 24 N, lon 30 W, Br ship jCharlotte
relief is within your reach in the shape df Dr. Crooni,
CASTLES— TUKSEE— In Oakland. April 3. Edward B. John D. Ennis, C.B.Pressy.
from Astoria for United Kingdom.
O'Connor, Sam J. Strausa, Jamesstreet*—
Richard
Regensberger,
Castlen
of
Seventh.
500
Pine
S.
H.
San Francisco and Julia F. Turner of Oakstreet—
April 3-Lat 34 47 N, lon 126 W, baric W BGodfrey,
DooleyWistak's Balsam of Wiu> Cheery, which
L.P. Ward. J. F. Cofiey.
in many cases lias snatched the victim from hence Much lat'for Honolulu.
Seventh, Glide Hall, Fillmore street— Ed Lewia^
city, February 27, William
street— Edward Kearney,
Eighth,
DEMJRY-GOLER-In
this
401
Bush
the yawning grave.
Charles A.Brown, Leonard Haas.
JLn-lury and Lizzie Uolee.
Miscellaneous.
Frank McDonald, John Redican.
Eighth, northwost corner of Fillmore and Bush
ALondon dispatch, dated April7tb. says that the, Br DAVIS—MOSS— Inthiscity,April 7, A. Davis anilSarah
THIBTr-BICCOro DISTRICT.
Moss.
streeta— J. B.Mclntyre, William V. White, Thoma*
ship Crown of India, previously reported stranded, susPrecinct,
Vallejo
First
southeast
corner
and
damage.
city,
tained no
In this
Lynch and
LYKCH-GILJIARTDf—
John
McGinnia.
Fitzgerald,
Thompson,
Gately.
Front—P.
W.
J.
SAKDV DINT,February 27th— The Br srbr LHoulette,
Jlarv Gilinaitin.both of Potrero.
Ninth, southwest corner of Geary and Steiner
Second, Sly Battery street— J. J. Boyle, P. Grace, streets—
from Halifax for Victoria having lost both anchors and 3IORSE->EASTJI AS—lnthis city,April4, Fremont Morse
M.J. Donavan, J. J. Maginni*.P. Berges.
and Mary \v. Eastman.
chains in Playa Parda harbor and having beeu ashore
E.McAvoy.
"
Tenth Central avenne and Post street Charles
L-In
3
,
dty,April
Casey,
Leavy,
forseveral days, willproceed to Susa'nali Upve to have
McCLASE-DCI
this
Mr.JlcClane and
Third. 4'JO Pacific street— D.
P.
{851.
Hewitt,
Nobman, M.U. Dreyfuutua.
Fred
Bridget
Envl.
bottom examined and be supplied with anchors and
G.W. Webb.
Eleventh, Haves' Hall, EIIU and Devisadero
MOSES-BRAHAM—Inthis city, AprU 8. by the Rev. Dr.
Fonrth, northwest corner Kearney and Broad- streets—
chains.
Mark
M.Meherin, William H. Hayes, RichMfssing,
Aaron
J.
Sophia
Samuel
Moses
and
Memoranda.
Miss
Bra- way—Samuel McKee, R.Munch, Wash. McMahon. T.Condon.
bum, both of this city.
Per E BSutton— Railed November 23d: April3. spoke
Fifth, 501 Broadway street— John O'XeilL Fred
Twelfth, Geary street and John.-wm avenne— Peter
SCHOENKELD-UERSOS— In this city, April8, bvthe Simmons,
the Iwrk W B Godfrey, and they reporteil that »iiu-e
Rev. Dr. Aaron J. Messing, Adolph Schoenfehf and
Charles Garbade.
leaving this port had northerly and westerly airs and
Miss MinnieGrrson, both ot this city.
Sixth. 736*3 Vallejo street— John. J. Harrigan, Kelly,Michael Slattery, J. J. Farrell.
calms.
FOBTX-THIBD DI3TUICT.
SHAALE—FROM—In this city.April 7, John Skaale and Robert Martinand Peter Fleming.
Domestic Ports.
Emilia Prom.
First Precinct, northeast corner of Tnrk anil
Seventh. 1321 Powell street— laaao E. Jarrett.
MKKDOCIXO—Arrived April 8, schr Eloctra, hence SEARING— MCCARTHY—In this city, April 8,Benjamin A.M.
Gault, and W.J. Magner.
Oou^'h streeta— James I.Buiand, Thoiaaa Ashworth,
650,000.0-Q.
Eighth, southeast corner of Pacific and Virginia 2dwanl Connors.
FORT ROSS— Sailed April 9, schr Thercse, for San WHEELER—RLSI?—In this
Second N.E. Franklin and Fulton streeta
April 4, C. G.Wheeler streets
D.
Samuel Polack, F. A. Cavagnero and Whelan.
Francisco.
and Annie Rush.
M.Brady. Thomas Powers.
Farrell.
Thomas
ALBION,
ranc^
sco
Csl.
for
San
9,
Ivanhoe,
April
Third, southeast corner of Fultonand Buchanan,
2Xi
RTVER-Sailed
schr
'
»
Ninth, Cook's HalL10 Wetmore street— Hiram
Frnneipco.
m
.
streeta— James Ambrose, Pat Kearney, John .FlahJannaiy Ist, 18SS.
JJXJffiJJ.
PORT HARFORD—Arrived April9, schr Howard, from
B. Cook, C. Sterling andRobert Scott.
'
Elver.
Tenth, 916 Powell street— Henry Johnson, Ed- erty.
Xs@yr Besides 'paying the usual drrtdanda, Xararro
Fourth, 512 Hayes— John Biordan, ThomaaPORT TOWNSEND—Arrived April 9,Italbark Pietro
CLARKE—InSan Bernardino, April 8, Nancy D.. beloved
JS'nnan and Robert Barker.
Carew, Patrick McVey.
\XOS~ we have been enabled to add an addition ot B, hence March 18th.
\u25a0wife of John E. Clarke, formerlyof Carson City,Nev., ward
Eleventh, southwest corner of Bush and Powell
8200.000 to the Surplus Fund during t!iopast
Fifth, 1100 Fillmore street William Cronan,.
aged 62 years.
PORT HARFORD-Sailed April 7, •achr Adelaide, for
llcndocino.
James
Charles
years.
Browne,
two
. .
PENDERGAST— Inthis city,April9. John Penderjrast,
streets
M.
Home andX John Herman Fiacher, Thomas J. Welch.
SAN DlEGO—Sailed April 9, ship Harvester, for Port
.
IVo are pleased to announce that tho past
anative of Ireland, aged iV years, 7 months and •_'! H.Heaney.
Sixth, Mowrys' Hall, O.H. Bryan, J. L. Solomon,
Hadlock.
year has been the most prosperous cne tLe 3?acdsic
dnyg.
TKrBTT-TmKDDISTRICT.
E. C. Harrison.
ASTORIA— SaiIed April9, Br barkDerby Park for
;
i)AXBhas had during its 25 years of existence.
First Precinct, 1327 Sanaome street
city,April 7, Louisa CanulUona,
Seventh, Power's HalL Pierce near Turk street—*
John
;schr Excelsior, for CAMULLIONA-Inthis
Brbark Martha fisher, for
aged
a native ofItaly,
40 years.
Crosby. Charles Meehan and Robert Wrixson.
D. Powers, John Grace, Ed Owens.
ASSETS.
San Francisco. .-.-...
•
ROBERTS— Inthis city,April 5, Annie M.. beloved wite
Second, northeast corner of Kearny and Filbert J.Eighth,
southwest corner of Have* and FillmoroEUREKA —Arrived April9. schr Laura Pike, from SanofJohn S. Robcits, a native of Boston, Mass., aged 37
streets— James Snfferin, William Ward and Victor streeta— John McDavid, E.L. Cook; John Hanley.
8150,000 OS
ta Barbara; sehr Martha W Tuft, from SanUMego,
years.
Bank Premises,
Sailed April9, schr San Buenaventura, forS an Dieeo•
30,01H53
Other Keal Estate,
McACLHTE-In this city, April 7,Patrick McAuliffe, Hoffman.
FOBTT-FOUBTH DISTKICT.
Third,
Hall,
street,
l,an d Association, Gas and
Scully's
schr Rebecca, for San Pedio; schr Occidental, foi San
Stockton
between
anative ofIreland, aged 50 years.
First Precinct, 208 Twelfth street
Samnel
• Sfi,£42 3(1 Francisco.
Charles Glassman, William Holmes,
'
Bank stocks.
HUTCHINSOS—
In this city. April4, Clara A.,beloved Union and Green
James Collins. J. Gallagher.
POINT ARENA—Sailed April9, schr John McCulloueh
•
-VjL
wife
Sabins
and
WilliamCreamer.
2,«
Huti-hinsou,
and
I
1
!»
an
of
WilliamH.
a
native
of
San
FranK*ans
Discounts.
Hmnboldt
Carroll,
*
Hall,
for
San
Second.
Hall—
P.
Jereuiiaiv
•
Fourth,
cisco,
aged
Francisco.
Winter'a
northwest
ofMontdays.
years,
Due from Banks. •
25
1month and 12
corner
340.N07 37
TACOMA—Sailed
Charles t»tunker.
In this city,April7, Albert 8., youngest
• April 9, bar* Cassandra
gomery avenue and Filbert street— M. Zeller, Will- Sullivan,
Money on band.
502,1>79 85
.«
San Francisco.
.. Adams, for SCHMALING—
Third, Corner Howard and Lafayette Philips
son of Captain
Charles and Margaret Schmaling. anaiam Magner and James Hurley.
FORT BRAGG— Arrived April 9, Btmr South Coast,
Cossrove, John Havea, William Butksr.
tive of San Francisco, aged 10 months and 7 dava.
53,965,15&34
Fifth, corner of Green and Powell streeta John
hence 7th.
Fourth, IIMHjMorkot—Charles X. Conlan,fc E. F»
SHEMANSKI—Inthis city, April1». Rosa, beloved daugh-.
Winter, Joseph Bennett and George Seecamp, Jr. McKittrick,
LIABILITIES.
Sailed April9, stmr Emily, for
.
ter of Harris and Ernestine Shemanski, a native ot F.Sixth,
Harry Driscoll.
street— George
Halt,
Arcade
U27>s
Pacinc
Francisco,
aged
yearn
days.
San
17
and 10
Fifth.1811Market—P. McDonough, John Kehoe.
Capital, paid np, •
g1,000,000 00
Eastern Ports. \u25a0.
FORTMANN—
In Alameda. April 8, FriU Herman Lnd- W. Underwood. Samuel Doggett and U. A.Kennitf.
G50,G00 OC
Surplus Fund,
«
P.
Gordan.
BALTIMORE-Arrived April8, ship Gen M«Clellan
Seventh. 1103 Mason street 0. Dykeman,
•wig,beloved son of Henry and Anna Fortmann, a naSixth, corner Oak and Octavia—P. Swift, J. MnlITmdivided Profits, • • •
S».::»9 40 from New York bound forSan Francisco.
i
tive of San Francisco, aged 17 years, 10 months and 7 Timothy Halloran and Richard Rohrs.
Due Depositors,
Sailed April7, ship Ancio IISmith, forSan Francisco.
crever. F. J. McAnliife.
5.G94.7M0 ««>
days.
Eighth, 807 Mason street— A.J. Moulder, Fisher
Batiks,
Seventh, southeast Page and Octavia—J. D. Con.
\
u
25a0'
ail,Ottags
Due
ForelgnFom.
Ames and D.B. Collins.
nitt,James Crowe. Thomaa Clark.
Tiinmf-FocuTU district.
HONOLULU—Arrived March 14, bark Ronama, from
$3,965,153 34 San
Eighth, southeast corner of Sixteenth and Doiores
Precinct,
Dn-co;
loth,
Bowne,
Bay
February
schr W 8
southwest comer
and DaReturning: thanks for past favors, wo respect
hence
20th
First
li.Hammill,E. A. O'Connor, W. Burns.
pent streets
QCEENSTOWN-Arrived AprU9, Br shp Servia/htnco
James McGowan, WilliamMason and -J.
fullyask a continuance of the eazno and
Ninth, northeast corner Hermann and Steiner P.
Ufccmber 3d.
A. Rahwyler.
•oootmts of Individual*. Firms and solicit
Grata, William Gilleran, John Brennan.
SClLLY— Passed April 7.Br ship liritishEmph-e,
CorMt
Second,
hence
southwest corner of Francico and Mason
porations,
Aoveml)er
B.11. -HcDOA JUUii. JPi-est
Tenth, southeast corner Seventeenth and Noe>
20tU for Oneenstown.
streets Dennia Haggerty, C. Stoffer and Otto streeta— D.M.O'Neil.
HONGKONG— Arrived prior toApril7, Norbark GrisD.J. Ceardon, J. P.Denman.
Luders.
wold, hence January 20th; Br stmr Abyssinia,
from
Montgomery
avenue
FOKTT-raTII UISTKICT.
Third, northwest corner of
Vancouver.
STEAMER MOVEMENTS.
First Precinct, northeast corner Xighth and
George J. Medaw, Joseph
NSW—Arrived prior to April7, Br shin
and
Greenwich
street
NEWCASTLE.
P
Beecroft, hence February 18th.
Bryant—C. J. Donohne, M.ODea and W. Aimon.
-.
Dunne and AdolphHartman.
TO AEBiTS.
Second, Fotrero avenue, between Fifteenth anil
Fonrth, northwest comer of Jansenand GreenLIVERPOOL-^Arrived April7, Count of Anglesea, frm
'\u25a0
KAOTL
FKOM.
DATS.
AstoriA
\u25a0<\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0
streets— Louis KaU, James Ward and Will- Sixteenth streeta— William Connolly, John Canningwich
April 10
CmatUla
Victoria
8,
ham,
April
ship
Br
Ben
D.Rooney.
Cruchan,
Ryan.
FALMOl'Tll—Arrived
iam
Santa Eosa....
San Dleeo..
April11 hence
Fifth, No. 1702 Hyde street— William Walsh,
Third, southeast corner Howard and Fifteenth
December 3d.
Oregon.
April13
Portland*
April 6, Brshlp llecU, from DunCARDIFF-Arrivwl
streeta—
J. Kirby,F. G.Gerhard. F. Casaidy.
McCarthy.
Sydney
Frank
H.Dunn
and
Charles
Ztalannia
April14 kirkbound for Acapuleo.
Sixth, No. 1601 Hyde street Charles Badaracco,
Fourth. Cannon Hall, Seventeenth and Howard,
PEPAjtT.
"
...T9
SYDNEY—SaiIed February 25. Brbark Northern Star,
'
streets— William Orr, Daniel Ktley, W. Graves.
F. Hahn and Walter Collier.
Henry
for
28th,
Hoiden,
Diego;
ham.
fob
ban
Nor
bark
for
Wilmington.
mn.
Fifth,southwest corner Howard and Nineteenth
Seventh, northwest corner of Clay 'and LeavenCity of Chester
April11
Eureka.....
ENSENADA— Sailed April 5, sclir Gem, for San Fran. . Newport,
.
worth streeta— Michael Dougherty, Ed.Greany and streeta— M.C. Hassett, T. Miles, T. W. Cullen.
Qneenof thn Pacific. .6an Dieco*
\u0084.*
-...'April11 cisco.
Sixth, northwest corner Valencia and SixteenthBUte of CaUfomia
Portland*.
ASPIKWALL-Sailed April 5, stmr
for New
Dan Gallagher.
April13
•
\u25a0„
Eighth, northeast corner of Hyde and Pine F. McNally,E. O'Connor. James E.Kenny.
Umatilla
Victoria*
April13 York.
City of Biode Janeiro. Cliiua and Japan
7,
Davis,
Seventh, northwest corner of Seventeenth ami MisApril
City
Henry
TOKOIIAMA—Arrived
stmr • of Peking,
streets— Walfred
Lorenzo
and A. J.
April14
April14 hence March 17th.
Granada
Panama
*
sion— M.V.B. Taylor, W. Hcnnessev, T.J. Clancy.
Bryant.
And way ports.
PANAMA—Arrived April4, stmr
Eighth,
THIETT
-FIFTH
DISTMCT.
southeast corner of Valencia and Eigh' Colima,•hence March
,:
15th.
. '*i.,
First- Precinct, No. 213 Stockton street—Lewis
eenth streets— J. O'Sullivan, F. Meyers, J. Dunn.
Sailed April4, stmr Acapuleo, for San Francisco, j
Teese,
George
Rothschild
and
Jr.,
Joseph
Rice.
FOETT-BIXTH DI3TUICT.
SUN AND TIDE TABLE.
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Second, No. 20 O"Farrell street— Joseph P.
importations.
FirstPrecinct. 233 Brannan street— Richard Hce" i
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Schardin, William H.Mott and John J. Conlon.
ITIBPASRD BT THB CSITKD STATKS GKODRTIO ItrRTIT,
ney, John Bannister, James Powers.
LONDON—Per Fifesliire— 3s i>ki»s cocoa, 2000 do provisions, U75 empty qnicksilver da ks, 25 cs incise, 100
Third, No. 70S Mission street—David Brady,
Second, South Park and Second street— William.
bbls sulphur, 100 cs olive oil, 1' lot oldhorse shoes, 750
R. J. Carolan and John Finnerty.
John B. Lewis, A.Cohn.
Watf r Low Water Low Water tons scrap iron,
Fonrth, 705 Mission street— Tim Regan, Thos. Murdork.
Third,Daly's HaU, northeast Zoe and Brannan
bags wood liure, 4 cs personal ef£ High Wafr
320
fects, 12 crates earthenware, 4775 casks cement.
Joseph Milton.
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Tieraey
and
John GrirtiD.M.liini-s.
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First.
Second.
First
Second.
I KEW YORK—Pel EB Sutton—4 C» bottles. 140 do bitFifth, 704 Howard street— Charles Gagoa, Robert TimDonovan.
Fourth, Quigley'a nalL 036 Third street-Ed Quigters, do brushes. ISO do cider, 4 do iron eastings, 103
Bovdand Ed. Kelley.
Time. Ft Time. [Ft .Time. Ft Tune, IFt likes 8clothespins.
lev.Jamea Reavey, Aleck Horn.
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171 do iron castinßs. 14 do chirm, 190
northwest
corner
of
Third
and
FoUoni
Sixth,
Filth, O'DonnelTa Hall. Kentucky and Sixteenth
clay, 30 cs copper platen. 38 empty casks, 2 hhds
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11 32a 4-3 11 29p'v8 SlßalTo
616p?{ bbls
streets— ll.Schwartz, M.J. Wall and J. Hagertv.
O'Donnell, John Twig.R.J. Barry.
crucible.*, 200 cs castor oil, 200 tons |e?K coal, 10 bbU
Seventh, 335 Fourth street— J. Skine. George Cor- streeta— Patrick
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12 03p 4-1 11 55 4-7 541 ')•» -544 1-5
dryer, 52 cs empty bottles, 2 bbls cai-thenware, 480G
Sixth.536 Fourth. street— A. Miller,Patrick Con12
12 41 3-9
607 M'
0S 1-fi l>kgs fruitjars, 20i'5 felloes, 11 T"kgs pUwsware, 50 cs
6
O'Neil.
nelius and T.J.
nolly,Jamea Byrna.
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017 4-7 123 3-7 635 0-6 035 2-3 grindstone, 10 pkgs liHrdnraie, 10'i
Eighth,
do hos<\ 104 oases
Seventh, tiO'J Sixth street— John Foppiano, M.J.
702 Harrison street— Robert McCord,
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041 4-6 211 3-5 711 05 659 27
handles etc, 5 pkgs hams. 71 ironpistes. 3520 bars aud
William C. Harrington and Lewis Davis.
McDonald, John Kiley.
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107. 4-5 211 3-4 749 0-4 730 2H plates
50 lililslard. 98 pkgs uipdiciwi, 10 do imiciNinth, 733 Fourth street— John Stack, John
Eighth, 70- Brannan street— James Hughes,
16..... '139 4-4 423 3-4 833 04 813 |3-Q laße, 13icon.
'J!*) bags nuts, 43U bbls oil, 100
roUs
roattins.
Brown,
John Colbert.
bales oaktun, 370 rolls -20 bdls H cs paper, 675 bxs
Jamea Donworth, William Ballinger.
This pewder never varies. A marvo of pnrity,
THIRTT-SIXTII DISTRICT.
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peppersaiue, 108 pkes empties, 56 do iniint,485 bbls
FORTT-BKVIWTn DISTRICT.
First Precinct, 413 Powttll street— A. J.Clark.
More economical
pipe, 25 tons pijc iron strength and irholesomeness.
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First Precinct, Gatoly'a Hotel— Michael Brown»
Tncker,
E.
Joseph Spanier.
1131 pkgs jttpe. 475 bbls rosin, 34 refricerators. 20 than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold incom- James
Dennia Desmond, Frank McManua.
Second,
bbls rnni. 223 coils rope, 1495 steel railß, 794 bdls steel,
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Ellis
low-test,
Keenan,
petition -with themultitude
weight
of
shortstreet—
P.
J.
D.
Ben'
Second. lUilroad avenue, between Eleventh and
15 blilannillrons 101 Ibis soap. 4090 pfcgs staves. 23 cs
alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. jamin,M.Brown.
Eoyal Bakbq PpwDEg Co. 106 Wall st.K.Y.
Kauee. 770 kegu horaeitboes. 1300 l>dls staves. 2850 pcs
Third—Frank- McLond, Adam Boots, Henry Twelfth avenues— E. Harrington, J. Regan, H. C
staves. 193 Milstumblers, 16 pkss staves etc, 18 bxs
Burke.
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tin,IUS I.lda tumblers. <> bxs tire mathlnes,
84 bbls
Third Railroad avenue, between Uoventn and
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Fourth. 837 Market street—F. F. Speckman.
wire, 28 bales
77 pkps whiskey 1000 bdls 148 pkgs-,\u25a0-.\u25a0*•.-•.
John O Connor, D. Uarriagton,
Tbonr as Brady, N.Selig.
Twelfth aTenues—
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200oreelR wire.
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Fifth, 131Fifthstreet— H.Flynn, M.J. Griffin, Dr.D.B.
PORTLAND .VXD ASTORIA— Per Stnte of California—
Fourth. Meannubund Hall. Twenty-fourth street
L.Curtis.
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Arrived.
do onions, 1209 do potatoes, 2 bales wool, 102 bdls
Sixth. 222 Fourth
J. Reardon, John Scan- Kattleuuui.
street—
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Thomas Mitchell.
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-pulp," 50 pkgs
April 9 Stmr Whitesboro, Walri<r.' l4 hours from hides, 25 pkgs pelt*, 700 bales wood
Fifth, southeast corner of Twenty-second ami
straw paper, 102 bdls hoops, 65 ship knees, abdls skins,
Seventh, 815 Folsom street— M. Ford, J
Kavarro Bivcß railroad tics, to LE White, v ..«-.\u25a0 ,
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Simon J. Farrell, J. Flood, Thos.
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Sttnr Granada. Lock wood, 19 days fromPanama: vasa
8-do sundries. 200'-'di»
Callely, M.A.Marron.
Faulkner.
scrap Iron. 10 do leather, 1rollleather belts, 16 pkgs
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Eighth, 205 Perry street
and nidi>e, toWilHamg, Dimond &.Co.
James Gallagher,
Hall, Twenty-rourth and Aladry goods, 9 (l
65 pkgs hh goods,Sixth.
McGinnes'
Stmr Kewbem, You Helms. 11 days from Ouaymiis;
o clothiuj, 4 cs hats,fowls,
Jamea A.Dunning, John ALenahan.
10 bxs apples. 43 do esas, 3 coops
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empties,
bama streeta— Jamea Byrne, Thomaa Browne, John
p:isfi and milse, to John liirmlushom.
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THIKTY-SEVK.NTH
DISTRICT.
Stmr. State of California. Ackley, 63 "a hours from
exprejis. Ido treasure.
Rippe.
, , For Wheat and other Grain Bags, use ".
Portland, viaAstoria 44 hoars; pass and mdse,
Per Newbern—l942 bdls hides, 52
First Precinct, southeast corner of Post and TaytotiooU- doMEXICAN
Seventh.' Burns' Hall, Twenty seventh and Il.irfleshings, PORTS—
3 do shark tins, 3 do skins, odo damiana,
all.Perkins &. Co.
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lor streeta— M. J. Aherne, E.I.Mahony, Charles ri»oh—E.Murphy. Francis Daley, Dnn. J. Sullivan.
Stmr Empire, Bntler, 0 days from Departure Ban Hli 150 doorclillla. « doeliony. 70 do jute,952 sks me.
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Wertheimer.
n rr'* Hall, San Bruno road John.
Eighth. SchElliott,
bbl mescal,
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Second, basement B. B.HalL Eddy street James Kelly,
109 tnrtles. lO'i'B empty qnicksilver flasks, I
Frank Egan.
Jamea
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pkg machinery 42 bxs bullion $60,475 21, treasure
Br stmr Antonio, Wallace, 4>a days from Departure
Nicholson.
O'Connor,
Gallup,
A.
James
William
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Wool,'
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H
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Light
Bay; 2450 lons coal, to X Dunsmuir i. Sons. '.».
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and other
use
northeast corner of Sixth and Stevenson
Dunlap'n Hall. Eighteenth ami
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NEW YORK—Per Grauada— For San Francisco— l
First
Precinct.
Miip Oriental, Slater, 12 days from Tacoma: ' •coal to S
O'Connor,
Patrick
J. Fair Oak streets— Michael F. O'Connor, Williiua
streets— George Zeigelmeyer,
axes, 20SJ do agateware, 28 do blank books, 68 do boots
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and shoes, 1 So eanrcd goods, 7 crates earthenware, '
Ship E B Button. Carter, 139 days from New
Dunlap. James Mclnerney.
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Fourth, No. 403 Stevenson street— Chris. O'Coninilftf,to Kuttou iL Beebe.
Second, Twentieth and Guerrero
664 cs hardware 76 iron plates, 15 bbls lead traps, 728
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A. J.
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vails,
olives,
36 bbls
28 casks HENRY DOYLE &CO., Sole Agents, nor,
J.
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iamond,
Ship T FOakes, Clilt,10 days •from Seattle; 2950 tons cs merchandise 037 kegs
I.
B.F.
Stewart.
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Thomas U. Leary, G. ilogan.
• Fifth, headquarters of the Pond Clab— D.Mo- Crawford.
prunes, 55 pkes nnlut, 4 colls rope. 119 kegs spikes,'
coal, to P B Cornwall. -.
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Third. Mjjhury'sHall. MLwwn street— Jamea P.
253 c» BheefinaiL 141 bA seed. 2159 bdls if08 pieces
,139 days from ;London; mdao
Brliark Fifosblre,
Street,
Henry,
McCloskey.
'r--'517.and 519 Market
James Cusick. John
Devine, Thomaat H. Leahy. Thomaa Bnrna.
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pipe, 33 kegsjKitanh, 132 -cs thread,• 12 bbU varnish,• 4
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Sixth, No. 115 Sixth street—Jamea Hatch. J. H.'
, SAX FKANCISCO.
do whiskey. 7^ drums glycerine. , ,
Founb. Qninlan'!i HalLNo. 2818 Mission
iiktne Klikltat,• Cntler, 10 days from Utsalady; COO
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Riley, M.O'Brien.
;-'Vmm Europe
sl bags seed, oO cs '
William Hantie. Henry Ca»ey, M. Quinlan. street—
M tt lnmlK-r,4(»O M laths, to Pope b. Tnlbot,
for San Fram-iseo—cheese,
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and
Howard
nidse,
Seventh,
90 do
Fifth,Davenick'* Hall. Twenty-fourth and Chnrch
southwest corner OfHaxria,Jamea Buck28 hours from Hum- mineral water 3'-•do beer, 205 do
Anderson,
•Briß Percy Edwanls,
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streeta— Thomaa Searey, Jacob
boldt; 200 M ftlumber, to Preston &.McKinnon. •..-.; >150 steel plates.
KeUy. Patrick
stre*t*-Jo«erh
Dan Linehan.
B£ighth,8
Pchr Korwav. Smith, 11 days from <jrav's Harbor; 300 • From Smith America—s b»gs cocoa,' 1 parcel .quarti
a Hall, Twenty-Drew.
Sixth. P.Carr
and
Folaom
fonrth and MUxion
Bpecimeni!.
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to 8 X
southwest comer
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Jamea Quinne, John Winro«.
16,333
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James
Burke.
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'American aud Mexican
John
'KclirDelKorte,' Hanson. 7 days from Coquille River bags
Goods,
Shawls,
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Embroidered
Silk
streets—
J.
O'Connell.
Screens',
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Handboventh
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Twenty-ninth
Hall.
and Mission
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145 MftlnmlM-r,toCFK.ie.
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Ninth, northwest corner of Fifth ami Harrison
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Jonn Unßt Charles McMahon.
'.BchrParkerubnrß, Schiwder, O^days from Coniiillo ore, 2pkgs treasure $3200.' .. ,
Joseph McDonald, Bt^"
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Poicelain, Satsuma, Cloisonne, Bronze, Ivory, San- streets— William T. O'Brien,
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Hall, t'ltpper street, near
forChina and Japan— 2l pkgsjndse. r. '
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Morton.
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Sanchez— P.Rooney, Charles McDormott. Wifliam
Schr Uly.Koyea. 3B :hours from Eureka; i200 Mft
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:rect from China and jBpu.'MMWMH^a
St. Aemut. ,
lumber, to H B Handy. •.'\u25a0*W*M'miyUW*.-...
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Thomas McCreagh, T.B.Roche. J. P- Murphy.
Ninth, Murphy** UaU, Ocean View—Williaia.
Frederick. Berk. 0 hours from Bodega: i60 Bereridge;
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Broa; Cabrern, Roinn &Co; Dellepiaue k Co; i
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