Source: http://exhibits.sos.ca.gov.Image courtesy California State Archives. License: Public Domain.
The front of this can label is all lettering, decorated in typical Victorian "artistic printing" style. The back side usesItalic Gothic, an early humanist-style cursive sans serif.
"ONE DOLLAR" is likely set in one of the generic condensed gothics of the time.Gothic Condensed No. 7,in an 1887 catalog from San Francisco-based Palmer & Rey, is a good match.
This examples comes from a collection of original trademark filings at the California State Archives, recently digitized through a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC).
Source: http://exhibits.sos.ca.gov.Image courtesy California State Archives. License: All Rights Reserved.