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THE DAILY RECORD-UNIOK
5ATEttDAY...... ...... MARCH «. 1880.
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Washington, March £th.— Midnight.— lndications
for Pacific coast region : For California, clear or
fair weather. North Pacific, rain or snow, followed
by clearing weather.
Republican ratification meeting at the Metropoli
tan Ilieatar to-night.
Imp. O. R. M.. Bed Cloud Tribe, Sunday.
■aenraeoto Cummandery to-nuht.
Philharmonic Sod v Wednesday.
Housekeeper'^ position wanted.
Uumboldt Potatoes — Stare.
Hotel for Sale— Carl Strobtl.
Purcha-in; A,'emv Henry Fuchs.
Home for Sale -Sweetier & Alsip.
Kstray Horse— F. E. Coi nar.
Teacher wants a position.
A. 0. V. W., Onion Lodge, to-night.
Bell & Co.— Administrator's Sile.
Sfcerbum & Smith— Clearing cut salt. Cone's
P Business Advertisements.
Beg & Gulden's barb fence wire.
1 udlcy ,V 0 ' imparting grocers.
Warner's Safe Bitters— H. C. Kirk & Co.
Whittier, Fuller & Co. — Removal ; saloon to rent.
Pioneer White Lead— Whittier, Full r A Co.
J. A. Cunningham— Boiler and iron works.
Lansing's International Hotel.
M. K. Beard 4 Co., stationers,
Tegetine-H. C. Kirk & Co.
Hail, Luhrs i Co., Grocers— Canned goods.
Cadwalader& Parlous— Insurance and real estate.
STATEMENT OF COUNTY TREASURER.
D. E. Callahan, County Treasurer, makes
the following statement of receipts and dis
bursements during the mouth of February,
Balance on hand February 1, ISSO $128,424 81
Stnte Fund.. J3.562 7:)
Sinking and Interest Fund... 746 i«
School Fund 42,273 77
Hospital Fund 1,202 77
Bonds of 1872 Fund 641 75
General Fund . 0,577 60
Road Fund 87."> 20
Int. C. P. K. R. Fund 230 14
Hospital Sinking ami interest
Fund/ 230 14
Swamp and Overflowed Lan 1
Fund 5 71
Court-House and Jail Fund. . . IS". 32
Levee District No. 1 Special
Fund 10 17
Total... $185,028 86
Sinking and Interest Fund. . . JSSB 00
School Fund 28,672 17
Hospital Fund 2,395 21)
General Fund 5,082 14
IJ.ia.l Fund 5,966 00
Lo»ee District No. 1 Fund. . . 2U 75
BaUnc* on hand March 1, 1830. $142,398 51
APPORTIONED A3 FOLLOWS:
State Fund J $4,120 30
Sinking and Interest t uud 16,648 17
School Fund.. 25,293 08
Hospital Fond 18,803 20
Bunds of 1872 Fund 8,921 37
QeaeralFond 41,121 80
Road Fund 5,147 26
Interest C. P. It. R. Bond Fund 3,703 90
Hospital Sinking anJ eras) Fund... . 10,724 85
Swamp and Overflowed Land Fund 6,552 35
Courthouse and Jail Fund 1,959 (3
.Levee District No. 1 Fund 201 50
lew District No. 1 Special Fund 201 24
Total .$142,398 51
Sacramento Invention.— John F. Whyle,
of this city, has invented and applied for let
ters patent for an instrument to enable pieces
of cheese to be cut of any exact weight de
sired. It is applicable also to ascertain the
weight of any triangular part of any circular
body of which the whole weight and the true
diameter is known. It cons of four brass
bars, slotted, hinged together and arranged
to slide upon each other, so as to constantly
form an isosceles triangle. The base or arc
piece is graduated so as to be Ret to inches
and tenths, while the side or radii pieces are
graduated to inches and eighths. The diam
ter being given, and multiplied by the con
stant number 3. 1416 gives the circumference
and this product; divided by the weight gives
the length of the base or arc in inches and
decimals for one pound. This length is set
off on the base bars, and half the diameter
being radius the radii pieces are set .similarly,
when the figure inclosed by the bars thus set
gives the size and shape of the piece to be
Cold Weather. — For a cold March morn
ing, yesterday (Friday) morning held the
banner. At 9 o'clock Thursday night the
thermometer stood at 31°. At 0 o'clock Fri
day morning it was down to 25", 7° below the
freezing point. Ice formed an eighth of an
inch thick. As the apricot and almond trees
are in bloom, the morning may be considered
a damper on their prospects for the yielding
of their kind. If this thing goes on the con
ehuion will lie reached that the axis of the
earth is changiu,', and some rii;e morning
Baenraeatass will get ap and find the north
pole protruding somewhere in this viciuity.
Thk Lamblett Mikdeb Cas::.— ln the
Su]>erior Court, yesterday, the cue of Frank
Lamblett, charged with the murder of his
wife at Folsom last summer, came up for
trial, but was continued till Monday next.
Messrs. Edgerton, Catlin and Crosette repre
sent the defendant, aud the District Attor
ney, assisted by George Rlanchar.i, will con
duct the prosecution. The following jury
has beeu sworn to try the case : J. B. Welty,
William Jubb, George Rich, George McKee,
Frank Slack, C. S. 1, .veil, W. 1". Hryan, D.
F. Lufkins, John Richards, i . W. Eldred,
M. A. Fry and P. Beckendorff.
Boabd of Scpervisobs.— At the meeting
of the Board of Supervisors yesterday the
reports of road overseers were approved.
Duncan MeEd wards was elected < >verseer of
road district No. 17. A petition was received
from residents "f Kolsoiu asking for the pur
chase of a certain wire bridge, and the Clerk
was directed to inquire the price of the same.
The Board adjourned alter allowing the fol
lowing bills : ' Thomas Jenkins. $M 50 :
Thomas H. Berkey, 96 50 ; William Turton,
$36; G. A. Blanchard, $34 98; Guthrie
Bros., §12 25 ; Huntington, H i.ikins & Co.,
$99 55; T. T. Anderson, §110.
Olite Teees. — After the demonstration
that the olive tree flourishes here, it is singular
that so few are set out. It is known that in
Sacramento they do better than any other
BTergreen semi-tropical tree. They are not
affected in the least by frost, but preserve
their beautiful green foliage all winter. They
will flourish under more severe usage and neg
lect than any other fruit tree and bear an
abundant crop annually. The tree can be
trimmed to any shape and is ornamental
upon any lawn. No tree has b*-?n the theme
for warmer praise from the peiis of poeU and
tourists than the olive.
New Court Seal. — Marin County Supe
rior Court has adopted ita seal and filed with
the Secretary of the State a cc;>y. The-irte
rior relief of the seal consists of Justice
standing upon a partially disclosed globe at
the base, her costume »tronglv resembling a
fall-dress outfit for a Governor's reception,
which partial nndity she affects to forget by
intently trying to balance her scales over her
head upon the thumb of her left hand, while
she holds at repine a sword in her right hand,
the whole indicatiiu' that Marin county is de
termined to see Justice at all hazards.
Apples. — The undersigned received to day
195 boxes Rhode I->l:.nd Greenings. They are
the largest and choicest lot of apples that we
received this year. D. DeßtrnarJi & Co.,
308 and 310 X street. ♦
Ptkx Coming. — Those fine, select, fresh
.Baltimore Oysters will arrive by morning
express. D. "Deßernardi & Co., 308 and 310
X street. *
' ; I Both ■ houses j of the ? Legislature > and \ the
galleries and lobbies were well filled yester
day and continued throughout the day. Both
houses also held evening sessions, when a still
larger attendance was present, the principal
point of interest in the evening being in the
Senate, where several speeches were made
upon questions of privilege, in which consid
erable interest was manifested. Most of the
seats not occupied by members upon the floor
were seated with ladies, and but for the fact
that the business before the house was being
conducted by the members it might easily
have been mistaken for a woman's rights as
The Superintendent of Public Instruction
having been deluged with letters from all
parts of the State for some time past, in rela
tion to teachers' certificates which were ex
piring since the first of January, and with
no present authority to renew them, a bill
was yesterday introduced in the Senate and
read the second time, with a view to imme
diate passage, to prevent the necessity of
closing schools from want of certificates for
teachers, as no teacher can draw pay for
time not covered by a certificate. The bill is
entitled "An Act to continue in operation
the public schools of this State," and reads
as follows :
Section 1. The County Superintendent of Schools
of each and every county in the State it hereby em-
I' red to issue a temporary certificate to each
teacher whose certificate has expired or shall expire
between the is! day at January, ISSO, and the Ist
day of June, USD. The certificate »> granted shall
he of the same grade as the one in place of which it
is issued, and snail be val d only until the first
meeting of the Board which shall be competent to
issue teachers' certificates.
Section it. This Act shall take effect immediately.
The bill will come up under special order
this morning ami nu doubt pi-us without de
lay, as a matter of urgency.
.Mr. Uaffey will offer iv the Assembly the
following concurrent resolution concerning
the duty on paper, aud urj;e its early con
Be it resolved by the Assembly, the Sena'e on
earring, That oar Senators and Representatives in
Congress are hereby requested to use their best
efforts to obtain the repeal of the statutes imposing
duty on paper imported into this country, as such
tariff enabled speculators by designing schemes and
combinations to advance toe price of that article,
thereby increasing lie cost of newsp. pen hooka
and other channel! of information, to the great in
jury of the masses of our people and the cm of
WHAT A WORKINGMAN THINKS.
Eds. Eecord-Uniox : lam a hard-work
ing man, and something of a thinking one.
It it is a virtue that the Workingmen should
be united in a party and nominate men for
office representative of them, then, as I think
it over, I am forced to ask myself some ques
tions about the men put up for Workingmen
to vote for in this city. 1 ask myself, when
was W. B. G. Keller a workingman? How
ure his interests identified with those of the
class I belong to? What do workingmen
owe him ? Is he not one of the kind of men
the leaders are denouncing as hell-bound '! Is
he not one of the very men — chronic office
hunters and lawyers — thai Senator Chase de
clared most of all others opposed by educa
tion and practice to workingmen? As a law
yer must be elected to that office, then I for
oce prefer one who does not seek to get in by
the indorsement of a party he can have
nothing in common with. Then I ask my
self, when was Mr. Minis, the old politician,
a Workingmen '! At what hour since
he went about the State speaking
against William F. White, did he become
a friend of the party ? What interest has he
in the workingmen except to get their votes?
Then I ask myself how about Matt Earcher?
It is a long time since he quit turning loaves.
Ever since I knew him he has been in a busi
ness, when not in office, that is the greatest
enemy of the workingmen, and is in that
business now. Chris Weisel is the only real
workingman I see on the ticket, he slings
the cleaver still, but he will not claim to be-
lons t<> the party ; he never pave it a word or
a bit of help, or cams to it, until nominated
for office. He is a hard-shell J)euiocrat and
nothing else, I think, and I don't believe he
will tell anyone that he even thinks with the
party. So it seems to me as if workingmen (
are to be made cats-paws of, and >o I for one '
prefer to vote for men who are consistent, at '
least, in their party expression, practice and '
association ; and I don't find any such on the '
ticket put up for workingmen to vote for. I
have talked with plenty of my fellow-work- '
ingmen, and there are great numbers, I find, |
who think just as I do, and more will do so, '
if they will only think it over. If you can '
print these thoughts of mine I shall he much '
obliged. Mechanic. '
Sacramento, March 4, 1880.
Base Ball Clubs.— Mocha Base Ball ■
Club has organized and elected the following (
officers: Joseph Friedman, President; Chas. *
Root, Captain ; Albert Parsons, Treasurer ; '
John Jones, Secretary ; James Snipe, Prop- .
ertyman. The other members are A. t
Bauers, M. Paine and J. Ginsberg... .The c
Bushwhackers' Base Ball Club has organized, c
with these officers : S. Jackson. Captain ; S.
Trowbridge. Secretary ; A. Meade, Treas
urer ;J. Nelson. Propertyman. . . .The Jun- 1
idrs is the name of a ball club organized ■
yesterday, with Jo. Scott, Captain ; W.
Swift, Treasurer Oscar Kerr, Propertyman ; '
Johnnie Brewer, Secretary, and Jessie ]
Rogers, Director. ;
Police Court.— ln the Police Court yes- i
terday the trial of R. F. Fitzgerald, for an ]
attempt at extortion, was continued to the I '
11th. Ah Chung was held to answer for i
burglary. The case of Dan Donnoly, for
battery, was continued to to-day. The
charge against M. Abraham, for malicious ,
mischief, was dismissed for want of prosecu
tion. Jack Dowd, accessory after the fact in
a robbery, case set for trial to-day ; bond,
' En Route. — McCoy of Yuba went
up to Marysville yesterday from San Fran
cisco with a prisoner named J. M. Tool.
Some time since he was convicted of an
assault, appealed the case to the Superior
Court, gave bond and then forfeited it by not
appearing for trial. The Sheriff followed
him to the Bay and there made the arrest.
The Robbery Case.— Jack Dowd, Bill
Essig and other parties arrested in connection
with the robbery of George Dusenberry, will
be tried in the Police Court to-day. The
police officers assert their ability to establish
the guilt of those who are accused of the rob
bery, and are confident of the conviction of
Dowd and others as accessories.
Freight Movements. — There were for
warded to the East yesterday : One car-load
of wool, 1 of shells, 1 of bottles, 3 of mer
chandise and 2 of salmon. There were re
ceived here : Three car-loads of barley, lof
wood, 3 of merchandise, 1 of quartz, 1 of
lumber, 3 of sheep, 1 of material and 2 of
Auction Sale. — At Cone's ranch, near the
American river bridge, at 11 A. M. to-day, H.
S. Beak, administrator of the estate of D. C
Patten, will sell several blood horses at pub
lic auction. The animals are all named in
the announcement. Bell & Co. are the auc
Republican Meetiso. —At the theater
this evening the Republicans of the city will
hold a mass ratification meeting. Seats are
to be reserved for ladies. Senators Cheney
and Baker and Creed Raymond and C. T.
Jones and others will deliver short addresses.
Cleabixo-out Sale.— Sherburn & Smith,
at 323 X street, will to-day hold their regular
auction clearing-out sale, including furniture,
groceries, family supplies, ! etc. The articles
for sale are detailed in the announcement.
Naturalized. —In the Superior ; Court
yesterday Robert Denham, a native of Eng
land, was 'admitted to citizenship on the
testimony iof John Richards and James
Divokced.— la the Superior Court yester
day Janet Foreman was granted a decree of
divorce from. W. T. Foreman, on the ground
of failure to provide.
Bond Filed.— John McComber, Constable
of Natoma township, yesterday tiled hU bond
in the sum of §2,500.
First Shipment of Whituker's celebrated
"Star Hams" just received. No hams com
pare with them in excellence of flavor. Try
them, and you will u*e no otner brand.
Ueu. W. Cheslet, No. 51 Front street. *
A Lot of choice Humboldt red potatoes,
hot received at H. H. Paulk's Cath Grocery,
>"o. f>l4 X street. *
Everybody uses Chesley's Hock & Bye. All
first-class saloons keep it. *
A LIVELY CASE.
The trial of W. D. Stafford, on a charge of
embezzlement, in Justice Coggins' Court yes
terday, was the source of amusement to a
number of spectators. The prosecution was
conducted by C. T. Jones r and George E.
Bates, and T. J. Clunie and E. M. Martin
represented the defendant. . The case had
been transferred to that Court from the Po
lice Court at the request of the defendant
and his counsel, and a jury was in attendance
ready to hear the evidence. The defendant,
however, objected to going to trial, and tiled
an affidavit stating hid belief that he could
not have (in impartial trial in that Court,
but the prosecution demanded that the
proceedings should go on, as a jury
was iv attendance and the Court was
of ■ the defend own choosing. The
defense then shifted again and filed another
document stating that the defendant could not
have a fair and impartial trial by a jury here.
The Court, however, decided that the objec
tion was insufficient, as no grounds for such
belief were given. The defendant and his
counsel retired from the Court-room to pat
their heads together and make up another
affidavit, but whether they had a quarrel in
arranging the details or merely agreed to dis
agree is not known. Nevertheless the de
fendant returned to the Court-room, an
nounced' that he had discharged his
attorney! and moved to have . the
name of his new counsel. Grove L. Johnson,
substituted for them, and asked for a continu
ance until that gentleman could be present.
The prosecuting attorneys, however, were un
willing that this should be done, as it seemed
improbable that the services of Mr. Johnson
had been secured. The Court, however, took
a recess until the defendant could go to the
Senate Chamber and return with his attor
ney. No sooner had he started for
the Capitol than the opposing parties
hurried away and secured a hack.
The defendant had the start, but though he
made the distance in almost unequaled time,
the speed of horses was greater than nature
had endowed him with, and the attorneys
were the first to catch the Senatorial ear.
They were informed by Mr. Johnson that he
had not been solicited to act on behalf of the
defendant, but the latter soon put in an ap
pearance, and. secured the services of 'the
Senator. The parties, without the new at
torney, then returned to the Court, and the
recess was prolonged until after the Senate
adjourned, when the defendant's attorney
appeared and the fight began anew.
Goods in the window of Hayford Bro«. &
Co.'c store oanght lire from the gas jet,
Thursday night, and were destroyed before
the flames could be extinguished.
Dr. DeWitt, the evangelist, Prof. Maxham,
David Cooper, and others, will hold a Gospel
temperance meeting at Calvary Baptist
Church, at 7 o'clock this evening.
The team attached to the Capital Brewery
wagon ran froiii Front .street up I, yesterday,
and arrived at th« brewery without doingany
In the report of the Turners' masked ball,
a typographic transposition made the name
of Mrs. L. F. Cooper incorrectly read J. F.
The trial of R. F. Fitzgerald, for an at
tempt to extort money, has again been con
tinued in the Police Court.
Constable Cooper yesterday arrested John
A. Kelly for a misdemeanor.
Two car loads of immigrants arrived from
the East this morning.
Sacramento river — 13 feet.
A Railroad Suit. — In the Supreme Court
at San Francisco the following order has been
miule : "Sacramento and Piacerville Rail
road Company VB. the Superior Court of San
Francisco and John Hunt, Jr., Judge of De
partKient. No. 5 thereof — On motion of W. H.
L. Barnes, for the Sacramento and Placer
villo Railroad Company, and on tiling the af
fidavit of J. O. B. Gunn, Secretary of said
corporation, it is ordered that a writ of cer
tiorari issue, directed to the Superior Court of
the city and comity of San Francisco, State
of California, an.i John Hunt, Jr., Judge of
Department No. 5 thereof, commanding them
I to certify to this Court, at the city of Sacra
mento, on the second Monday of -May, 1880,
at 11 o'clock A. M., a transcript of the record
and proceedings relating to and concerning
the appointment of a Receiver in the action
of Louis McLane (surviving Trustee) vs. the
Placervilli; and Sacramento Valley ftaitroad
Company (a corporation) and the Sacramento
and Piacerville Railroad Company (also a cor
poration), and requiring said Court and Judge,
in the meantime, to desist from further pro
ceedings iv said matter." It may be added
that the proceeding is had to iiear an applica
tion to vacate an order made by Judge Dwi
nelle, on the last day of his judicial term, ap
pointing in the case a Receiver pending Hie
determination of a suit against the railroad
company to compel a settlement of a bond ac
count between it and a county.
Ixcorporated. — Articles of incorporation
were yesterday filed of the Good Faith Min
ing Company, whose field of operation is in
the Columbus mining district, county of
Esmeralda, Nevada. Directors — John Skae,
Joseph Clark, William Dutch, C. J. Frink
and Charles Warren. Capital stock, SlO,
--000,000, in SIOO share?, and principal office at
San Francisco. . . .Also, articles of incorpora
tion of the South Idaho Quartz Gold Mining
Company, whose mines are upon the Comp
ton lode, Nevada county, in this State, and
principal office in San Francisco. Capital
stock, $300,000, divided into $15 shares. Di
rectors — A. Teal, E. C. Webster, W. A.
Nygh, C. H. Moore and A. St. Paul.
A Mysteky Still. — So far the friends of
Cyrus S. Coffin, who disappeared so mys
teriously Wednesday night, have been unable
to discover his whereabouts. Thursday night
C. E. Hartwell, a former resident of this city
and at present telegraph operator at Lincoln,
telegraphed the train despatclier in thin city
that he had seen Mr. Coffin on the train
passing that place, and requested that the
letter's family be notified. Fiiends of the
missing man, however, have made inquiry of
railroad men, but the inquiry has not result
ed in any proof of his traveling by that route,
and it may be a case of mistaken identity.
Revival. — Kevival meetings are now in
progress at the Ninth-street Baptist church,
and draw large congregations. Two noted re
vivalists are in charge, and while their efforts
meet with success in a devotional sense and
and the religious awakening ia considerable,
the meetings also awaken much curiosity
draw crowded houses, the audiences appreci
ating them as genuine entertainments. In
shart, the t- ngageuient of the revivalists ia a
Arrests.— The following arrests were made
yesterday : John Doe, for being drunk, by
officer Eldred; John Fitzgerald, drnnk, by
officers Wing and Valentine ; David Welsh,
insane, by officer Dunlevy ; Charles Brooks,
disturbing the peace, by officer Wing ; Win.
Meister, by officer Valentine, for disturbing
the peace and stealing hay from William H.
Warrants Issued.— State Controller Ken
field yesterday issued warrants for payment
to O. F. Graves, on account of improvements
of docks and wharves at San Francisco, for
$i>.043 30 : to Onderdock, for same, 815,
--511 10, and to Treasurer of San Joaquin
county, for support of common schools, §32,
Philharmonic Society. — The Philhar
monic Society announces its second subscrip
tion concert, for the season of 1879 and 1880,
to take place at the Congregational Church
Wednesday evening next.
At the recent New York and Washington
social gatherings in fashionable circles, the
most popular lace used is the real Princess ;
this neat lace being made up in ladies' ties,
collars, fichu-, and other novelties. Of these
goods we huve just received a large lot from
the Kastern market, being determined that
we will in future always anticipate the wishes
of our customer! in the various novelties.
\V. iii.-tock 4 Lubin, proprietor* Mechanics'
J. F. i'-jter's Old Bovhbon.— This cele
brated Whisky is for sale by all firstclass
dnugists and grocers. Trade mark — SUr
within a Shield. *
Just From New York.— The latest Btyle
ladies' and mis;e«' Sandal Slipper, p.t the Red
House — a beauty for «1 50. *
From Baltimore.— Fresh, select Oysters,
at D. Deßernardi & Co.'s, 308 and 310 X st.*
LAST NIGHTB DISPATCHES TO THE RECORD
TOENADO IN THE SOUTHWEST.
Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky Visited by a
THE OUTLOOK AT THE KATIOKAL CAPITAL
The Chinese Movement in New York and
COAL MINE CATASTROPHE IN PENNSYLVANIA.
Prospects of the Chinese Question Being
Brought into the Coming Campaign.
MISCELI.AXEOL'* IOEIH.V NEWS ITEMS.
Execution of the Would-B-3 Assassin of
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* DOMESTIC SEWS.
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Cleveland (0.), March sth.— At 1 o'clock
this morning a gale commenced, accompanied
by thunder and lightning, blowing thirty
three miles, and suddenly raised to a velocity
of forty-eight. It did great damage. Many
chimneys, fences, signs and trees were blown
down. A brick wall two feet thick, on
Broadway, was blown over, and several small
frame buildings were wrecked. The $300
plate-glass front in Odd Fellows' block, on
Pearl street, was ruined. The Cleveland
Female Seminary, on Woodland avenue, was
half unroofed and part of the upper west wall
torn off. About seventy young ladies were
sleeping in the institution. The roof of the
new brick wire-mill of the Cleveland Rolling
Mill Company, in the Eighteenth Ward, was
uplifted and one end of the wall blown in on
the workmen, killing Julius Brown and se
verely injuring several others.
Indianapolis, March sth. — A terrific tor
nado passed over this citj last night. A large
number of houses were unroofed, chimneys
blown down and trees uprooted. The Cen
tral Avenue Methodist < 'hurch was almost
entirely demolished. One dwelling house
was lifted from its foundation and carried five
or six feet. The inmates of the house es
caped with slight injury. Two or three per
sons were seriously injured, but so far as
known no lives were lost. The damage can
not be fully estimated, but is quite large in
Lobisville, March sth. — A violent storm
of wind and hail prevailed early this morning.
At 3:20 the speed ot the wind was 48 miles an
hour — the highest ever reached at this station.
From 3:20 to 4 o'clock the rain and thunder
continued, but the wind quieted down gradu
ally from 20 to 12 miles an hour. So far as
heard no serious damage was done.
Toledo, March sth.— During the preva
lence of a heavy storm of wind and rain early
this morning the chimney of the Buckeye
Brewery was blown down, falling on and
crushing the engine house, in which a police
man and three men at the brewery had taken
refuge. Two were killed and one seriously
injured. The wind attained a velocity of 72
miles an hour, doing considerable damage to
roofs, freight-sheds, etc., and prostrating tele
graph lines in all directions.
The Chinese Exodus. 5
Chicago, March sth. — The Chinese colony
in Chicago is noticeably increasing. Among
the late arrivals are a number of women, the
first who have located here.
THE SITUATION AT NEW YOBK.
New Youk, March slh. — The papers con
tinue harping on the latest sensation afforded
by the Chinese arrivals here. Tho Herald
says : " Still the Chinese come, and California
is made poorer by every one she loses."
A FEMALE QO-BSTWKKIT.
The same paper publishes a highly spiced
column cf an alleged interview between a re
porter <-nd Mrs. Timothy Sergeant, claiming
to be a daughter of Juan Aharado. formerly
Mexican Governor of California. Following
is an extract : While the reporter lingered at
the door of Woo Kee's hotel an elegant equi
page arrived and a lady was assisted out by
an obsequious footman. Ascending the stoop
the lady began an animated conversation in
the Chinese language with Woo Kee. She
was visited at her residence, in Twenty-fifth
street, where she spoke as follows : " I am
just now engaged in making arrangements for
the reception and settlement of all the Chinese
who may be driven from California by Kear
ney and Kalloch. I am not arranging
any of the details, but will assist in their
general movements. I arrived here about a
week ago from Montana, where I have been
branding some cattle. When I left San
Francisco the city was in a terrible state.
The threats of Kearney and his followers
liave stopped up the channels of business, and
hundreds of business men are preparing te
leave. When I left San Francisco I de
termined to see what could be done for the
Chinese in New York. I find that
there is an ample field for their
labor here, and I have sent back
word to that effect. This morning I re
ceived a telegram from Colonel Bee, Chinese
Vice Consul in California. It contained a
request that I should visit the Chiuese head
quarters and ask the companies and mer
chants to move to the west side of the city.
The Consul is afraid that if the Mongolians
stay among the low classes in the Five Point*
a riot may be precipitated by any of Kear
ney's agent.? who may come to New York, in
the event of a general exodua of the Chinese
from San Francisco. Who Kee and his
neighbors are very uneasy at the hostile
attitude which owners of real estate in their
locality have assumed. They sny they will
not be able to stay long in Mott street unless
something is done in an official way to pro
t>-ct them. There ought to be a Chinese
Consul in New York. The Minister at
Washington knows nothing of the condition
of his country™ 611 here. I tried this morning
to rent two large buildings near Mott street.
The owner is an Irishman, and was just finish
ing the bargain when I drop|>ed a hint that the
property would be tenanted by respectable
( 'hi!iain»n. The owner gave a jump and
said : ' I'll not take SI. OOO a month for the
property. I'd sooner pull it down piece Ly
piece.' This is the main difficulty in settling
the people who come here. It is not lack of
employment, but a scarcity of dwelling
houses. There are nearly twenty California
ladies who arrived in this city with me.
They intend to tit np their establishments
entirely with Chinese help, and there is no
doubt that the ladies throughout the metrop
olis will be glad to employ Mongolian domes
tics. There are several vessels on their -vay
here with cargoes of Orientals. Hundreds
are coming, and within very few days I ex
pect their numbers will reach thousands."
Tin- Slur Mall Srrvlcc.
Chicago, March sth. — The Times' Wash
ington special nays : The testimony of Mon
roe Sanlsbury, a star-service contractor in
California, was examined by the House Star
Route Investigation Committee to-day. His
testimony related to a letter written by him
to the Senate committee, in which he stated
that the passage of the bill making an appro
priation to continue the star service for the
last quarter of the current year was accom
plished under extraordinary circumstance?
and by improper influence?, and a^ked that
committee to give a hearing, which he said
had been refused by the House committee.
His testimony before the Senate com
mittee was taken last week. Sauls
bury had also charged personal interfer
ence to sustain a newspaper combina
tion, by which the contractors had refused
to be blackmailed, which had contributed
towards securing the passage of the bill. He
was examined by Blackburn, Blouut and
>>ther members of the investigating commit
tee. He acknowledged that he had no per
sonal knowledge whatever of the existence of
any such newspaper combination, or of any
other improper intluei.ee having operated to
secure the pas-age of the bill. The only
foundation he was able to give f'>r the charge
of attempted blackmail was that one Mr.
Reeside had told him that he had better go
and see a certain newspaper correspondent.
At the conclusion of Saulsbury's examination
Reeside was called, and testified that it was
Saulsbnry himself who had expressed a desire
to have an interview with the newspaper cor
respondent, and that Ueeside had never ad
vised Saulsbury to call on the correspondent
Saulsbury then again swore that : he had | m
knowledge whatever of j the existence of an;
contractors' ring, or of I any j newspaper com
biuation, and that he had never cont< ibute<
to form or Bustain one. He admitted' that hi
had paid :to his Washington attorney abou
$10,000, but states that it was paid for legiti
mate service. '."■' His examination will be con
Affair* at the National Capital, h
[Special to the Rbcord-L'kion.]
Washington, March sth. — Congressman
Berry to-day preheated in the House of Rep
resentatives th« joint resolution of the Legis
lature of California, asking an immediate
appropriation of §500,000 for the protection
and improvement of the rivers and lands of
California, which are being damaged by min
ing debris. Berry also obtained an order to
have this resolution printed in the Congres
Major Wendell, of the United States En
gineer Corp?, in a letter just . received in
Washington by the Chief of Engineers,
reports that in connection with the survey
authorized jby last year's Act for the
improvement of the .Sacramento river,
lie has n>a<Je a practical ' examination
of the debris question, and on the strength of
his personal observation, and of the careful
surveys made by the State Engineer (from
whose report he quotes largely), he recom
mends that the Department aek Congress for
an appropriation of $230,000, to be expended
for the construction of works to retain the
loosened debris in the mountain gorges, and
. so for the purpose of making investigations
to determine the most feasible plans for the
further protection and subsequent improve
ment of the rivers.
The Star this evening makes the following
editorial comments on the recent utterances
of the Cincinnati Enquirer concerning the
Chinese question: "Tnere are indications of
a disposition in certain Democratic quarters
to push the Chinese question to t.he front as
an issue to be fought over in the Presidential
canvass. The Cincinnati Enquirer, which,
from its location and prominence in its party,
will have a good deal of influence with the
National Democratic Convention, predicts
that the Chinaman will appear in Chicago to
vex the National Republican Convention.
The Enquirer then proceeds to compare the
records of the Democratic and Republican
parties upon this question, in order to show
that the latter is responsible for the
defeat of the bill passed by Congress
to restrict Chinese immigration. A Dem
ocratic movement to make the Chinese
question an issue in the 'coming campaign
would signify a purpose to make a special ef
fort to carry the Pacific States. These are
the only States in which the issue could add
strength to a party. The only pronounced
and prominent candidate for the Democratic
nomination who has made a record on the
Chinese question that commends birr, to the
people of the Pacific coast is Senator Thur
man. He has labored unceasingly in behalf
of a law to restrict and limit the immigration
of Chinese, and for this service the Democrats
of the Pacific coast have upon different occa
sions expressed a decided preference for him
as a Presidential candidate. The movement
to make the Chinaman figure in the coming
political contest has been inaugurated in Ohio,
and M Senator Thurman is the candidate of
his party in that State, the question arises, Is
it intended to add to his boom?"
A member of one County Democratic
Committee in Pennsylvania, who is now in
Washington, said to-day, " Tilden has agents
all through our State working in his interest,
and they spend money freely in the interest
of their employer. In the counties that have
chosen anti-Tilden delegates to the coming
State Convention these agents are engaged
trying to induce the regular delegates to re
main at home and appoint substitutes who
will vote for Tildun. In my own county a
delegate was offered $50 if he would consent
to let a certain man go to the Convention as
his substitute or proxy. Of the delegates
up to tin' present time nearly two-thirds are
against Tilden, and he is trying to overcome
tins in every way possible. If Pennsylvania
sends an anti-Tilden delegation to the Na
tional Convention it will be almost impos
sible for him to get the nomination, and that
is the reason our State is being worked to
Congressman Morrison, of Illinois, while
discussing with some other shrewd politicians
the probabilities that the Republicans may
nominate Grant and the Democrats Tildi-:.,
illustrated his opinions as follows : "Such a
contest," said he, " would be what we call in
Illinois a slow race ; that is, I will bet tint
your mule can beat mine, and you will ride my
mule and 1 will ride yours, and of course
the point of interest with both of us will be to
beat the other's mule. Well, if Tilden is the
nominee, there wi 1 be enough Democrats
want the other mule beat, and if Grant is the
nominee there will be enough Republicans
who will take the other mule to make the race
interesting. Now, in such an event I don't
know who would come in ahead."
As foreshadowed two weeks ago, the publi
cation of the statement from the plaintiff in
the seduction suit against Senator Hill, of
Georgia yepudiatiug her affidavit and excul
pating rue Senator, has to-day brought the
well-known lady lawyer, Mrs. Belva Lock
wood to the front, and her published
counter statement is this evening a racy
topic in gossiping circles. She shows by
affidavits of responsible parties that the
plaintiff, Miss Raymond, did make oath to
the charges and sign the papers in the case,
with a full knowledge of their contents, and
Mrs. Lockwood further declares that she is
prepared to prove that her client was subse
quently bought off by Senator Hill's sou and
a friend of Hill, who visited her for that pur
pose immediately after the suit was brought.
TUe Next P . csidrm-y.
SEEDS OK BITTERNESS.
Chicago, March sth. — The Journal's New
York special says : The seeds of bitternei-d
sown by the Utica Convention among the
Brooklyn Republicans are springing up. In
the Fouith Ward Association last night a
resolution (opposing the nomination of
Grant was carried by a considerable majority,
and much feeling was shown.
MEW JERSEY UITCBLICANS.
On motion of William A. Lynn, one of the
editors of the Evening Post, the following res
olution was unanimously adopted by the
Bepublicasa of Bergen conrty, New Jersey :
' ' Itcmlvttt, That inasmuch as the united vote of the
party is necessary to its success in November, we
deem it inadvisable that General Grant should re
ceive the nomination for President from the Kepub
lican . atinnal Convention at Chicago, and it is the
wish of this Convention that lite delegates elected
here should oppose at Trenton the cli"ice of any
delegate to Chicago who favors General Grant's
Pacific Mall anil the Railroads— Couliaci
• him.ili Ini.
New York, March sth. — The negotiations
between the Pacific Mail Steamship Com
pany and the oveiland railroads resulted in
the completion of the contract by the several
companies. This was signed to-day by < '. I.
Huntington on behalf of the Central Pacific,
Sidney Dillon for the Union Pacific, and John
Kiley for the steamship company. The agree
ment is to continue five years, and uuder
its terms the railroad companies guarantee
to the Pacific Mail the business of
.5110,000 a month on through traffic. The
steamships are to be run every fortnight, and
to each ship the railroad company agree to
;>ay for carrying 000 tons of freight. It is pro
vided, also, that the contract shall be termin
ated only in the event of the completion of a
competing line of railroad, and then only
after ninety days' notice.
llaiN" l.ilil ■ Cimr.
Chicago, March sth. —The Tribune's
Washington special *ays : Captain James B.
Eads has a little scher.-.e in connection with
his ship railruad, which has not yet been
made public, and which may help to explain
the reason of the pressure brought to bear on
Congress in favor of its passage. He says his
bill now before Congress is somewhat incom
plete, and it will be changed before it comes
up for action by the ad lition of a very im
portant provision. This is nothing less than
a proposition to obtain from the Government
a guarantee for thirty years of a 0> per cent,
dividend on a capital stock of $50,000,000.
This leaves the projected company the power
to bond the road to as great an amount as the
Directors may see fit, even fhonM the interest
ou the bonds make it necessary for the Gov
ernment to pay every cent of the dividend.
The proposition also includes the giving of
the Government power to regulate toll*.
Captain Ends professes to have seen enough
members of Congress to couvince him that
his bill will pass. He also says he has seen
the President to-day, and while he himself
does not believe that the Monroe doctrine at
all torches the De Lesseps scheme, yet the
Pr» Mdent is willing to invent a scheme that
Went ward- ben nd Pas«rns<T».
Omaha, March sth.— Th« following
through passengers were on to-day's train,
leaving at 12:15 p. li., to arrive in Sacra
mento March 9th : Mrs. George M. Pull
man and two children, Mrs. Viirt. Dexter
and child, Mrs. Clark, Chicago (in special
car); Mrs. A. A.Lewis, St. Paul, Minn.;
Mrs. Captain R. J. Dunn and two children,
San Francisco ; J. W. Huntington and wife,
Colorado; O. G. Doit, wife and son,
Kerne/ IT: H.; E.Perkins, Cal.; C. A. Will-
J iams, i Conn.; I Mrs.* Cornelle, i New York ;
• Mrs. Helen B. Hood, Boston ;' Jas. Turner,
j W. 0. ■■ Anders. j New York ; Captain S. C.
Owen, R. I,ewers, ; Honolulu ; W. 'Moller,
Edward T. Del-er, Oakland; H. Summon,
Dowmeville, Cal.; Mrs. Deyo, William
I JJeyo, London.' . >
I f One hundred through immigrants left on
last night's train, to arrive in Sacramento
lew York Stock Market.
New York, March sth. — The stock market
was unsettled to-day, but generally lower.
There were some exceptions to the heavy ad
vances in Ohio and Mississippi and Louisville
and Nashville, which went from 149 to IG3I,
while Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis
. Silver bars, 113.V ; money, 4®G ; Govern
ments strong ; stocks closed strong; Western
Union. Quicksilver, 20; Pacific Mail,
•" ■* : ; Maripoxa, 3 : Wells, Etago&Co., 104* ;
New York Central, 132^ : Brie, !<'■; : Pan
ama, 181 ; Union Pacific, 92$ ; bonds, 1111;
Central Pacific, 82} ; bond*, 111J ; Sutro, Si ;
Leadville, 3J ; Caribou, 3.
Repudiation Scheme l*ru.slrated.
Pvicnifo.vn (Va.), March sth.— The Gov
ernor has vetotd the liiddleberser bill. He
says the title of the Act (to reestablish the
public credit) is a misnomer, tile object being
really to repudiate a large pait of the State
debt. He holds that the people, by repeated
Acts of the Assembly, and by the Constitu
tion adopted in 1809, have acknowledged as
due the entire pMiicipal, more than $13,000,000
of which la now attempted to be repudiated
by this bill.
A Government Tor Alaska.
Chicago, March sth. — The Journata
Washington special says: The Senate Com
mittee on Territories to-day reported a bill to
establish a territorial form of government for
Alaska. The understanding is, however, that
a vote shall not be ai-ked on the bill this
:mka. The nndentandiiiK is, however, th;it
()te shall not be ai-ken on the bill this
session, but allow it to remain on the calen
dar until after the sub-committee can visit
Alaska. Authority will be asked from the
Senate for this sub-committee to go to Alaska
during the coming summer.
Theodore Thomas' Ki>sis:i»lio».
Cincinnati, Marchsth.— Theodore Thomas'
resignation, which was determined upon at a
late hour last night, was tendered to take
effect at the end of the present college year,
in October next, unless a successor is sooner
appointed. Ho will continue in charge of the
May Musical Festival, that being a separate
Greenback Executive rommlltec.
St. Louis, March sth.— The following Na
. Lociß, March sth. — The following Na
tional Greenbackets headed the Executive
Committee : C. M. Beckwith, of Colorado,
and Brick Poaieroy, member at large.
»'o:;i nine Disaster.
Scbaxton, March sth.— An explosion of
fire-damp took place at shaft No. 2, East
Nantieok<% this afternoon. One man was
killed. Eight are still in the mine, supposed
to be killed by foul air.
Sew York Bepublirun State Committee.
New York, March sth.— The Republican
State .'Committee organized to-day with
Chester A. Arthur as Chairman.
The Would -be Ass:i.v«in or (irnrral
St. Petersburg, March sth. — General
Melikoff's would-be anaimnn. Melodetaky,
when arrested, behaved in such a manner as
to suggest mental derangement, but a surgeon
pronounced him sane. When before General
ZiirofF, Prefect of Police, for preliminary ex
amination, he made a declaration regarding
his arrest last year and his escape from Jopk,
etc. He said he was a native of Minsk, SO
yean old. and became a convert from Juda
ism because it was impossible for a Jew to
live in St. Petersburg. General Melikofi
Wednesday evening ordered a Court-martial
Thursday morning, and tlie trial began at 11
o'clock that day. The prisoner was insolent
in language and demeanor, refused to stand
up or take any part in the proceedings, say
ing he had nothing to add to what he had al
ieady tokl General Znroff, that he did not
want to be troubled any more, and wanted
the matter finished. Tlie depositions were
then read and the prisoner withdrawn while
the Court deliberated. He was brought buck
at 1 o'clock, when judgment was pronounced.
St. Petersburg, March otb.— Melodetsky,,
the Nihilist who attempted to shoot General
Melikoff Wednesday, was brought to-day
from the fortress to the place of execution,
strapped in a sitting posture on a block in
the vehicle, with his back to the horses. A
placard bearing the words "State criminal"
was attached to his breast. A company of
Cossacks formed the escort. The scaffold was
surrounded by infantry, drawn up in a hol
low square. On the way to the scaffold, and
after reaching it, Mi-lodi-ttky ma qnite calm,
smiling occasionally. After the sentence had
been read, Melodetsky bowed on all sides
to the people. Just before being delivered
to the hangman he said a few words to those
present and kissed the cross. The execution
took place in the presence of an immense
concourse. The body remained hanging
thirty minute The police arrested seven
men in the crowd, having the appearanc#of
students. They were taken to the fortress
under a strong escort.
The BusNian Revolution —If art man
Paris, March sth. — The Irreconcilable
journals publish what purports to be a mani
festo of the Russian Revolutionary Executive
Committee, justifying the plot against the
Czar which resulted iv th* explosion in the
Winter Palace. The manifesto expresses re
gret at the death of the unfortunate soldiers
in the palace, but declares Mich a catastiophe
inevitable as long as the army is but the work
of the Imperial autocracy. It says the revo
lution is forced on Russia by the Govern
ment's repression of intellectual development,
and that the struggle must continue until the
Czar abdicates or grants a constitution, and
it declares, " We will triumph at all cost."
The Rnssian Embassador has assured the
French Government that its decision in the
matter of the surrender of Hartmarm, what
ever it may be, will not affect the relations
between France and Russia.
The German UrirlKliis and Ihf Sinking
of i lit* «;ro»«-r kurfuril.
BERLIN, March sth. — In the Reichstag
yesterday Herr Haenel introduced a motion
calling on Admiral Van Stosch, Chief of the
Imperial Admiralty, to submit to the Houbi;
an official report of the loss M the ironclad
Grosser Kuifurst. Admiral Yon Stosch de
nied that he had endeavored to shift the re
sponsibility for the disaster on others. Unsen,
National Liberal, opposed the motion. He
said the House ought to show its approval of
Admiral Yon Stosch 'a efforts to increase the
fleet. Haenel's motion was rejected.
The Treasury Department at Washington
purchased 161,000 ounces of silver yesterday.
Horace Maynard, United States Minister
at Constantinople, has sailed from Smyrna on
a three months' trip in Syria and Egypt
McKenzie's grist and box mill at Bar Mill?,
Me was burned yesterday, together with a
covered bridge 250 feet long. Loss, STO.OOO ;
At Watertown, N. V., yeßterday, two men
were killed and a number wounded by the
breaking of a skip in the shaft of the Shurt
liffe iron mine.
SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS.
[From San Francisco eschan^es of March sth. l
The four Gatling guna belonging to the
Gat-ling Battery have been removed from
■ the armory at the corner of New Mont
gomery and Minna streets to the basement
of the old City Hall. Changes have been
made at the old City Hall for the accom
modation of these weapons.
The ship Ada Iredale, which, it will be
remembered, was abandoned at sea with
her cargo of coal on fire, and subsequently
picked up and taken to Tahiti and re
paired, will be due here about thi 20th
instant. She will probably sail under the
American flag hereafter.
The construction of the third section of
the new sea wall ha 9 commenced. The
widening of the firat and second sections is
about completed. The pile framework for
section 3 has been completed to the end of
Sansome street, and a railroad laid upon it
for the construction train.
E Mm Pickled Pork at H. H. Paulk'a
Cash Grocery, No. 814 X street.
Fresh, select Baltimore Oyster Depot at
D. Deßernardi & Co.'s, 308 and 310 X at.*
Dr.l.tos'B Tooth Tablets are used at the
Weet Point Academy. *
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