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I'ilE MILY RECOMHJgIOg;
-51TtnDAX....................J11T3 ! 1880.
XAST NIGHTS DISPATCHES TO THE RECORD
THE ': EEPUBLICAH COMMITTEE.
Organization Perfected — Blaise to Visit
the Pacific Coast.
PA.ssE.vsr.ES COWOfe wcsr iiv uin.
Murder of Tliree Children by Their
Bother in Jersey City.
MISCELLANEOUS FOREIGN NEWS ITEMS.
Continued Victory for the American RiSs
men in Ireland.
. Cte. ". tic •• ■ Elf.
• Rcpubllenn Katloniil Csnuatttee.
Ni:\v Yobk, July 2d.^-The report of the
Cotnknittee on Organization recommends Gov.
Jewell of Connecticut for Chairman and S.
W. Dorsey of Arkansa9 for Secretary of the
Republican National Committee. The fol
lowing Kxecutive Committee was chosen :
Horace Davis of California. James B. Deve
reaux of Georgia, John A. Logan of Illinois,
-John C. New of Indiana, John A. Ilunnett
of lowa, John S. Martin of Kansas, Henry
■C. Warmouth of Louisiana, John M. Forbes
of Massachusetts, Cbauncey I. Filley of Mis
souri, Wi'.liarn»E. (handler of New Hamp
■ shire, Georee A. Halsey of New Jersey,
Thomas C. Platt of New York, W. P. Cana
day of Nortli Carolina, William K. Cooper of
Ohio, J. I). Cameron of Pennsylvania, Geo.
W. Hooker of Vermont, John W. Mason of
West Virginia, Elihu Enos of Wisconsin, R.
C McCorruick of Arizona, Stephen B. Elkins
of New Mexico. A resolution pa-sed calling
for a meeting of the National Committee on
the 15th of October, when the resolutiocß
proposed at last night's meeting will be acted
upon. Colonel George YV. Hooker was chosen
Assistant Secretary. The Western Division
of the Executive Committee will have its
headquarters at Chicago, This division will
be nnc"er the charge of General Logan. Gov
ernor Jewell and Secretary Dorsey were em
powered to select permanent headquarters for
The committee was addressed by Messrs.
Canaday of North Carolina, Hicks cf Flor
ida, Lee of fciouth Carolina and Dorsey of
Jewell moved that the time for the next
meetings of the committee be .fixed as fol
lows : August -->th, September l*th and Octo
ber 14th. Adopted.
Logan, having vacated the chair, then
moved that the Chairman and Secretary of
the Executive Committee be instructed to
prepare and issue a circular embodying the
laws goveruiug the eligibility of Electors,
The resolution was adopted.
R. C. McCormick made a motion to the ef
fect that a sub-committee be appointed for
consultation with the Executive Committee
in reference to matters pertaining to the cam
paign, to report at the next meeting of the
Executive '■ mmittee. Adopted.
Tlis .-ul - oinuiittee consists of Chairman
Jewell, Secretary Dorsey, It. C. McCormick,
G. W. Hooker and J. B. Devereaax.
It was stated that there was a personal
desire on all hands that Mr. Blame should
visit the Pacific coast,. and Governor Foster
moved that a formal invitation be extended
by the committee to Blame to do co. This
motion was carried,
13m Executive Committee then adjourned.
I'he Western Branch Committee then met
-.tad appointed John C. New Secretary, and
iidjourned to meet in Chicago on the 22d of
'. i«c «reenhark Candidate tor Prealdenl
has n Spasm.
Chicago, July 2d.— General X B. Weaver,
(ireetih:uk candidate for President, has writ
ten a letter of over a column, in which he
expresses m intention of takii g the stump in
l>ehalf of i.. party. The letter is c ietly an
el:ilio:ati >n of the Greenback platform at
Chicago; denunciatory of the Republican
and Democratic parties, especially the latter ;
promises great, reforms under the Greenback
party rule ; dwell- on the iserable state of
the nation' 6 iinances, the grasping banking
and railroad corporations; declares that the
iij.tr laboring man and poor soldier have DO
hancefor advancement, and are fatt retro
. rading into v,-i.-s;<l:u. r e ; asserts that the pub
lic debt is being refunded to perpetuate the
5 inking fraud, and grind the people to ruiu :
•.ieciarea that emigrants from other shores
.re left destitute and homeless here, because
the iblic domain is not sacredly preserved
f>r actual settlers. The only allusion to the
Chinese question in the following rather insig
nificant paragraph : "Tne emigration of per
sona from foreign Countries, seeking homes
and desirii'fr to become citizens of the United
St:»te", should be encouraged, but the im
portation of Chinese servile laborers should
be prohibited by stringent laws."
f u«|.if insnan luij Jllviml I'll In a »<in
• Wabhihoton, July Sd. — The following dis
patch is said, on the authority of the Evening
Star, to have been Bent to a Pittsborg paper :
" There has been considerable talk here for
the past tew daya about another Congres- |
-i niai scandal thai is in embryo. The mem- j
ber now charged by the woman with being |
the father of her child -is Kepresentative j
lierry, a Democrat in the California delega
tion. The woman ha- employed counsel and '
swears that the must have money to support j
the child. The charges made atraicft him
came to lierry's ear before he left for Califor
nia. He promptly branded it as false, and
said the noman was a blackmailer and that i
he even did not know her."
Tho < umpaisn In .4lu!>nmn.
Ni.w York, July 2.l.— The Tribune'i
DEontgomery (Ala.) dispatch reads: A few
days after the Chicago Convention, a Gar- ,
field ratification meetiog, held in this city, was
broken up by a mob of Democrats, who at
tacked the speakers with rotten eggs. Last
Saturday the Republicans of this city finally
succeeded in holding a ratification meeting
under great difficulties. Before the meeting
began, Democratic roughs gathered about the I
atand. Several rotten eggs were thrown, and
during the progfßSl of the meeting the speak
ers were insulted in the most outrageous
Rnllrnnil Batten in 'Irxlco.
WASHISOTON, July '_'!. — The Department
if State ha* j.:at received a dif patch from tiie
Minister of the United States at the City of
Mexico, iii relation tn the projected railroads
in that Bepoblic, which states that the nth
ject ha* lately ceriously engaged the atten
■ tion of the Mexican people and Congress,
. and it cannot but corresi>ondit)gly inter. 8t
the capitalists of the United States, for they
will probably l>e called upon to furnish tl.e
means for these sntarptisas. The valuable
- concession made to Camacho and others in
1874, to construct a broad-gauge railroad and
telegraph line from the City of Mexico to
Leon, in Guanajuato, was declared forfeited
in December, IS7O, by the supreme authority
of that State. This contract, with enlarged
concessions, was transferred by the President
to Simon & Co., April 3, 188% Previously,
however, in November, 1«77, W. J. l'almer
A Co. had entered into an agreement with the
Minister of Public Works to Inild a net
work of narrow-gauge roads from the City of
Mexico to the Pacific on one side, and to the
frontier of the United States on the other.
Consequently, as the subject demanded
the approval of the Mexican Con
gress, its session, which has ju»t
closed, has been agitated by the
respective cbims of ' these two companies.
As a compromise the question of which shall
enjoy the right has been referred by Congress
to the decision of the President of the lit •
pabtto. The Mexican people, from being de
. i. ily opposed a few yearn ago to the con
•.-< '.ruction of these railroad?, are now most
• .L-nestly in favor of them. Their construc
v >n will (Hwt many millions of dollars, much
<.l : vhich, as before mentioned, probably
• ■ *me from American sourcea. The following
) :portant facts and suggestions are therefore
. Jsented for the information of the people :
+/i'jher of the companies to which the con
. >ct may be awarded will be entitled to a
; . uS«idy from the Government. The subsidy
■ j.i Simon & Co. would be larger, better se
- mred and more onerous upon the Govern
tr.«snt than that of Palmer & Co , but whether
-S&a nubsidy will ever be paid— indeed,
-«iiicUit: the concession, w$ '■- considered a
valid one — are ■ questions " which are beirg
, The Fonrlh In Ibe East. .
New York, July 2d. — The Board of Bro
kers here will meet a? usual on Saturday, but
adjourn an hour earlier until Tuesday at 11
A. M. " The Philadelphia' and Boston Boards
follow the same rule. The Cotton and Pro
duce | Exchanges close on | Saturday, and as
there is a very general disposition on the part
of dry goods, grocery and other leading trades
to improve the opportunity for an extra holi
day, the indications are that to-morrow, out
side the banks and ■ other financial institu
tions, will be a very quiet day in wholesale
■ Among the passengers on the Frisco yes
terday were Milton S. Latham, wife and
The Fortj-IMj Fast-Proarcss of Ike Ex
CIIICAGO, July 2d. — The Inter-Ocean's New
York special says : To-day the condition of
Dr. Tanner, who 13 attempting a fast of forty
days, was unchanged, except a slight increase
in pulse. He arose at 0:30, after a ni,-ht of
broken slumber, and took a bath. Before he
dressed the attending physicians made a thor
ough examination of his clothirg, in order
that there should be no food concealed. In
appearance the doctor resembles a go-as-you
please pedestrian who has been pushed to
his utmott. liU eyes are sunken slightly, '
and his face has a worn expression, although
his pulse is very strong. At noon to day he
began the fifth day of his task. His pulse was
higher and more irregular, ranging from 'J&Q
to 90 ; temperature nominal. The attend
ance was greater than on the previous day.
In the morning many women were present,
and the interest manifested by physicians has
greatly increased. Dr. Tanner has abstained
from drinking water since Wednesday pight.
He spends his time lying on a cot or sitting
in a chair, and talks freely with those about
him. He did not .-leep a wink, as usual, yes
terday, and in the afternoon walked to Fourth
avenue and Thirteenth street, where he was
weighed, and his weight was 147^ pounds —
a decrease of ten pounds since he began his
Sur|»ri»lns I)fnc:ir in I*o|>ul:iilon.
Chicago. July 2d. — The Journal says: It
is a surprising fact that the census returns
from pcitions of the interior counties of the
older Western States of Ohio, Indiana, Mich
igan, Illinois and Wisconsin show a decrease
in population, as compared with the census of
1870. This is accounted for by the um:.i-.i of
the past few years for moving into new States
and Territories of the farther west.
Horrible Act or Mother.
New Yokk, July 2d.— Mary O'Connor,
aged 45, of 45 Walter avenue, Jersey City,
killed her three children during the ni:Jit.
Mrs. O'Connor has been sick for a long time,
suffering from malaria, and has been unable
to take care of her children, and she thought
that by killing them they would go to heaven.
.Money Krturnrri lo I lie Treasury.
WABHESOTON, July — T-he Secretary of
the Treasury has returned to the Treasury
i?l,000,000 of the unexpended balance of the
appropriation for refunding the national debt,
and §2,000,000 of the unexpended balance of
the appropriation for collecting revenue from
customs for last year— being the amounts
saved by the Department out of the sums
authorized to be expended by law.
Ttic Harvest in iin- Northwest.
Chicago, July 2d. — Frequent and heavy
showers throughout the Northwest have al
ready greatly delayed the harvest of wheat
and impeded the cultivation of corn and hay
making. In central Illinois, last eight, there
were heavy rains, which damaged the grain
aheady cut and made it impossible to get into
ripening fields for some days. Unless the
weather clears and remains dry, damage
equal to that of two years ago may resnlt.
Unfavorable reports from Mmuesota are re
ceived, but are uoi verified as yet.
Tlie Case of i ■:(['■! Whlttaker.
New York, July 3d. — Professor Greener,
raclet Whittaker's friend, is confident that a
court-martial will be granted the latter by
the Secretary of War, when Whittaker's in
nocence of the charge of t elf -mutilation will
be established. He says the ablest lawyers
i:i the country will defend him, and the in
consistencies of the Court of Inquiry be shown
up, and if Wliittaker i.- expelled from West
Point,.Greenersayi>he expects to get an ap
pnintment as Secjnd Lieutenant in the army.
He says he has strong backing, and he feels
certain the President \vili appoint him.
The Scavtanaliaka Dbaster.
Xf.w YoBK, July 2d.— The body of Keland
R, Hnbbard, former Controller of the Cur
rency, was found to-day.
Fmainsa (L. I.), July 2d.— A body fonnd
this evening was identified as ex-.Yssembly
man Joseph J. Stern of New York, a pas
senger on the Seawanahaka.
Ci i.i.i:ui: POINT (L. I.), July 2d.— William
Nichols of Sea Cliff, Mrs. D. E. Meiswier.
Mrs. Tbrop, Mrs. Anna Simonson — all of
(ilen Coye — among the missicg passengers of
the Beawanaltakas hay« been found unin
jured, except Mrs. Aieiasner, who sustained
W t m -Im mill 8"a 11 rs.
Omaha, July 2d. — J'be following passon
gers wore on to-day's train, leaving at 12:15
t. ' M.. to arrive in Sacramento July Cth :
J. W. Scott, Santa Monica; M. Colgan,
New York : C. H. Elliott, K. C. Elliott, St.
Louis; A. A. Wheeler, San Francoqo ; Sarah
Simms, B ston.
Forty-eight throi emigranta left on last
night's train, to arrive in Sacramento July
I:;i"-.:i-il Tor Jliirdcr.
HL'STSVILLE (Tex,), July 2d. — English
Carter, alias T. B, .lonps, was hanged to-day
for the murder of W. K. Spaulaing in July
last near the town of Dod^e. He met his
fate firmly. Tiie town was crowded with
MiMi'Mis, .July -J,\.-- Seott Bell (colored)
was handed to-day at StarkvQls, Miss., for
the murder of James Henry (colored), OB the
Wilh of May lact.
1Ci.1i11..! >»llh l!ui)fts-li.> n Mol>.
GaLVESTOS, «uly 2i. — Ntmt upecial
j from Cedar Mills says: K. Frank North
■ cote, who shot Constable Crabtree, was ar
j rested and placed under guard at Crabtree's
! house. During the night he was taken from
the guird by a mob of masked men, who
crossed Ked river to Indian Territory, where
they riddled him with bullets. Northcote's
! relations, having a clue to the per|)etr<itors,
.viii-i-.il Crnnl In UU»i.url.
Kansas City, July — General Grant
arrived here at 0:20 A. M., and received an
j enthusiastic welcome. A bauntiet will be
' given him this evening.
TroUlnsc Against Time— xirol.irj Thimip-
Columbus (O.), July 21.— Darby trntted
, to day against tlie time of llarua made here
; last year. The horse made the mile in 2:18 i.
Uarus' time was 2:17 V. -
Secretary Thompson and family spent to
d.iy in tliis city, at the residence of Mrs.
Thompson's three sisters— the Misses Gard
nerand will leave for home to-morrow.
V.uiiiKiirii fur Ciii)srrH>.
Ksoxville (Term.), Jcly 24. — Th? Demo
cratic Convention of the Second District
] to-day nominated Tho». ,L. Williams for
Silvt-r nntl Slock*.
NnwYonu, July 2d.— Silver bars, 114
money, 2@3 ; Governments quiet and fairly
active ; stoclfs closed firm ; Western Union,
1 1032; Quicksilver. 101 Pacific Alail, 3'J| ;
Mariposa.lU; WelU-Karjro, 105 j; New York
Central, 1271;; Krie, 40J; I'anaina, 180;
Union I'acitic, 86; Union Paci tic bondx,
111 j; Central Pacific, 70; Central Pacific
i bonds, 112; Sutro Tunnel, I}.
The i:rn«U:«uah I'hjw Sclllcd rnruelT«.
IriMh Krlirr Bill.
Losno.v, July 2(1. — After the Bradlaugh
alfair had been settled in the House of Com
mons last nicht, the discussion on the Par
| nell Irish relfef bill was resumed. The Chief
Secretary for Ireland announced that he could
not acuept the measure. Farnell moved that
further debate be fixed fir Saturday, but
Forater objected, • and the motion was re
jected— to 223.
London, July 2d.— ln the House of Com
mons this afternoon Bradlaugh made affirma
tion. He fiigned the roll amidst silence, and
took a seat at the furtherest point below the
Mi. Shooting Cnnlrtt.
DrBMS, July 2d.— The shooting competi
tion at Dollymouut was continued to-day.
The highest scores at the SOOyards range
were : Jackson, Scott and Young, 73 each ;
Wm. Kigby, 72 ; Farrow, Milner and John
son, 71 each ; Brown, Fenton, Fisher, Rock
well, Hyde and Murphy, 70 each ; Joynt,
John Rigby, Warren, Thynne and Calurt, 69
each. At the 900-yardi range the highest
scores were : John Righy 71, ■•■ Fenton - : 70,
Jackson and Young 69 ti^h, Scott 68,' Brown
67, Rockwell aid Johnson 66 each, Milner
and Warren 65 each, and Fairor, Fisher,
Murphy and Thynne 63 each.
IXbu>', July -Ji— Jr.ckson has made the
highest score iffthe = two days' shooting, and
wins the highest money prize. Scott secures
the becond prize, and Young wins the Aber
corn cup. ■ :
London, July . 2i— The Americans were
again successful in the shooting in the Aber
corn competition at Dolly mount, which was
concluded to-day. Though > two Americans
made the highest scores, they could not win
the cup, the competition for, which was con
fined to Irishmen qualified to represent Ire
land. In the match for the Elcho Shield the
Americans, however, won the highest money
prizes. The weather was unfavorable, : the
wind being variable and gusty, a Twenty shots
each. were again allowed at the 1,000 yard*
range, making the total number of shots fired
by each man at all the range? on both days
100. ■ Followinp are the scores made at 1,000
yards : Jackson 84, Scott 83, ■; Fenton S4,
Younp 83, Brown 88, Milner 89, Warren 84,
Farrow 73, John ltigby 7G, Win. Kigby 79.-
Laird 79. Thynne 81, Juyut 70, Rockwell 83,
Fisher CB.'. The following are the total scores
at all the ljxnees for the two days' shooting :
Jackson 464,- Scott 401, Fenton 4."iß,.Yonng
453, Brown 451, "Milner .450, : Warren 447,
Farrow 444, John Rigby 444, Wm. Eigby
441, Laird 441, Thynne 439, Joynt43B, llock
well 432, Fisher 424. All the above named
took prizes. ~ <;"
The inli-Jr-nit Biisinf in Franrr.
Paris, July — Discussion 'on the anti-
Jesuit decrees is looked for ia the Chamber
of Deputies (simultaneously with the present
ation of- the report of the committee on the
plenary amnesty bill in the | Senate. The
Chief Judge of Lille has overruled the objec
tion of the Prefect to the jurisdiction of ordi
nary tribucala. In a judgment ■ delivered
Thursday he declared the legality of the de
crees. He holds that it is for , the civil . tri
bunals to decide . the poii.t, and . that the
Jesuits having been expelled without any ju
dicial prosecution, and expulsion bein:^ un
act not coming within the ordinary admit is
! trative functions, the case comes within his
The Archbishop of Avignon has offered
hospiWity to a number of the expelled Jesu
it!*, but on receiving an emphatic telesram
from the Ministerof the Interior and of Wor
ship, he promised that they should leave the
palace in the course of the day.
The AiniM'-ty Quollon.
Pams, July 2d. — The report of the Com
mittee on the Plenary Amnesty bill was read
in the Senate to-day. The committee reject
it- by a vote of i! to 3, the majority consisting
of five Republicans and one member of the
Right. The report states that the country
does net desire amnesty, and that this is not
a time for allowing assassins to return when
religious craffrecati..r.s are being exnelled.
The only concession the report makes is to
recommend that the Government be empow
ered to grant numerous pardons.
Close of tiif < <s:if<i« nci- nt i;< r! ri.
V-KKLix, July 2'l. — A collective note hav
ing been signed, the Austrian Plenipotentiary
proposed a vote of thanks to Prince Uohen
lohe for his services as President of the Con
ference, and dwelt ou the gratifying spec
tacle afforded by the unanimity of the
Powers. Prince Hohenlohe replied that he
fervently hoped their labors would bear (rood
fruit. The members of the Conference then
shook hands and parted.'
Syin|iiill:v in £ii:iln for llio Jesuits. •
Madrid, July 2d. — Every Ministerial,
Conservative and principal Radical organ de
plores the carrying out of the anti- Jesuit de
crees in France. The Spanish Government
has granted numerous applications for per
mission to establish in Madrid and many
parts of the Peninsula monasteries and
Jesnit colleges. The greatest sympathy is
shown for the Jesuits.
n«-<.n<in«lrafiun< oi Disapproval.
LtOHB, July 21. — When the public prose
cutors receiitly appointed iv place of those
who" resigned their posts as a protest against
the anti-Jesuit decree, entered the Court of
Appeal to take the oaths of office, all the
members of the bar immediately quitted the
Court in a body. There was a similar dem
onstration in another Court.
l»Na*ler-< nt Sea.
LONDON, July 2d. — The British bark Ori
ent, Captain Barr, from Cardiff Jamwry
6th for Portland, Or., and the United Kin;;
doin, has been seen abandoned.
The Briti.-h bark Vesta, Captain Nordec
holz, from Newcastle iv March for San
Francisco, was .totally lost on the Patagonian
coast in latitude 47 south, on the 3J of June.
Her crew was saved.
.Eli K. Dansiger t Co., tanners, who trere
recently burned ont at Chicago have made
an assi-roinent. Liabilities, $11S,000 ; as
A Candahar dispntch says that Ayoob
Khan, with his entire force from Berat,
reached Fatah a week ago. A colnmn of all
tlie armies will move hence on Ghi=chki im
mediately, to support the Governor of Can
The Turkish Foreign Secretary has in
formed the Bmba tadorsof the Powers that
the Porte cannot consent to the cession of
Duleiguo to Montenegro.
- At Amityville, L. 1., yesterday, Lswis
Schmidt was riiuider<;d,^iin body thrown into
a well and the honse burned.
The President has arrived at Washington
from Xew Haven.
News comes from the Bio Grande that
merchants and cattlemen are hovering near
the river in order to escape into Tex is should
the present election end in a revolution. ,
The United States Entomological Commis
donera are making preparations to resume
the investigation of the Rocky mountain lo
cust and grasshopper and cotton worm uiider
the new appropriation of §25,000, which is
A great treating of cotton operatives of
Mossley, Bng., Thursday niyht, resolved to
continue the strike.
The London Pull Mall GautU says: We
understand that a : second confirmation has
been received of the repulse of Gen. Skabeloff
by the Turkomans. This confirmation is of
a later date than that of the Russian official
The enrollment of volunteers U activel
nd openly proceeding in Turkey.
A FEMININE WHITTAKER.
From Birkenhead a remarkable story
! comes. A certain widow, living near that
place, lately pave her servant notice to
leave on account of misconduct, but before
the notice expired there was an alarm of
burglars in the house-. The faithful do
mestic roused up her mistress shortly
after midnight with the news that two
men had broken in, but that she had
driven them off minus the booty they ex
pected. There was abundant evidence to
show what the rullians had attempted— a
broken pane of glass where entrance had
been obtained, disturbed plaster and foot
marks, an iron bar, masks thrown away.
■ and clothing packed up in readiness for
I flight. The devoted housemaid had
been threatened with the iron bar,
and had actually received an in
stallment of burglarious vengeance
in the form of a severe blow on the breast.
Need it be added that her grateful mistress
withdrew the notice to leave, and rewarded
the girl with a gratuity of thirty shillings,
besides giving her a fortnight's holiday to
visit her friends in Ireland ? She went on
this leave of absence, but whileshe was away
| those inquisitive police found out "some
thing," and when the heroine returned she
was interviewed by the local constabulary,
who roundly charged her with having got
the thirty shillings under false pretenses.
Worse still, the girl, after a little fencing,
admitted that she had "got up "the bur
glar episode herself, and had arranged the
implements and other proofs for greater
effect, having been prompted partly by a
wish to make her mistress smart for the
notice to leave, and partly by a craving for
a holiday. — [Ixmdon Telegraph.
PoflSn. Trees.— An interesting discovery
has been made at Edge Lane Quarry, Old
ham, England. The quarrymen, in the
course of their excavations, have come upon
what has been described as a fossil forest.
The trees number about twelve, and some
of them are two feet in diameter. They
are in good preservation. The roots can
be seen interlacing the rock, and the fronds
of the ferns are to be found imprinted on
every piece of stone. The discovery has
excited much interest in geological circles
round Manchester, and the " forest " has
been visited by a large number of persons.
The trees belong to the middle coal-measure
period, although it has been regarded as
somewhat remarkable that no coal has been
discovered near them. The coal is found
about 250 yards beneath. Professor Boyd-
Dawkins of Owens College has visited tho
quarry and declares there is not such a
sight in Europe.— [London Times.
AN EAGLE EYE AND A DOG.
A ssloon-keeper in San Antonio kept
beside, or rather beliu-d his saloon, in the
backyard, an honest watchdog of the army
size caliber. It was as big as a calf, and
.is vicious as the editor of a party organ.
It would bite everybody except the saloon
keeper. He fed it regularly. It loved
him, and would lick him all over when it
got a chance. Well, one afternoon there
was a crowd of three or four gentlemen in
the saloon playing cards, passing the social
bowl and talking politics. After a while
they discussed dogs. The saloon-keeper*
bragsed about hie dog ; that nobody could
UO near him without needing a doctor and
a tailor right off. The dog's Christian name
was Nero. Among the delegates was a bad
man with an eagle eye, who said he
had never been able to thai out yet what
ft ar was. He said be could tame a lion
with his eagle eye. He had been driuking
a little. The saloon- keeper said he would
wager the drinks ior the crowd that the
bad man with the eagle eye could not con
ciliate Xero. The bet was taken, but the sa
loon-keeper made, it a condition that the
bold, bad niau was not to hurt poor Nero,
but only to quell him. The bad mau
promised not to injure anything except
Nero's nerves. He, the b. b. man, had
taken in the meantime several more
drinks. He went boldly out into the
back yard. He took his eagle eye with
him. Very likely he would have
quelled Nero if the dog had only waited
for the bad man to bring his eagle eye
to the right focus, but while he was bring
ing it to the right focus Nero grabbed him
by one arm without saying a word. He
held on like a Congressman to a second
term. " Let us know when you have got
him quelled," said the. barkeeper. "Bring
me .1 gun," said the bold, bad man in an
agonized tone. " Shoot him with your
e-igle eye," said all tne spectators, laugh
ing fiendishly. The bad man howled like
a niau having a tooth pulled, but all the
mean saloon-keeper did was to tell him to
let go his dog. Finally they were parted
by their friends. For a week afterwards
the bold, bad man could not crook his el
bow. This kind of a dog is a nuisance, and
ought to have a muzzle put on it. The
muzzle oFa shotgun lits best.
CAUTIONS IN EATING.
1. Of course don't e.it to much. The
digestive fluids are limited in quantity.
All above enough is undigested, irritating
and weakening the system, aud often cans
' i:ig paralysis of the brain by drawing on
] the nervous force more rapidly thau it is
2. Don't eat between meals. The stom
ach must rest, or it will sooner or later
break down. Even the heart has to rest
i between the beats.
3. Don't cat a full meal when exhausted.
The stomach is as exhausted as the rest of
the body. v
4. Don't take lunch at no.on and eat
i heartily at night. The whole digestive
system needs to share in the rest and re
' cuperation of sleep. Besides, the ten
dency is to put a full meal into a weakened
5. Don't substitute stimulus for food —
1 like many women who do half a day's work
[on strong tei or coffee. As well, in the
case of a horse, substitute the whip for
6. Don't haVe a daily monotony of
dishes. Variety is necessary for relish,
j and relish is necessary for good digestion.
7. Don't eat blindly. There can be
nothing in the body — muscles, membranes,
I bones, nerve, brain — winch is not in our
: food. One article furnishes one or more
j elements, and another others. We could
! starve on fine floor. Some articles do not
; nourish, only warm.
8. Eat according to the season — one
third less in summer than iv winter. In
j the latter, fat meat, sugar ami starch are
appropriate, as being heat makera ; in the
former, milk, vegetables aud every kind
of ripe fruit.
9. Eat with cheer. Cheer promotes di
gestion ; care, fret and passion arrest it.
Lively chat, racy anecdotes and innocent
j gossip are better than Hulford sauce.
TbAHSXTSSION O!' MXS3AGKB. — If you
| send a telegraphic dispatch from Ym-'h it
will reach Alexandria, Egypt, in 5 hours ;
! JJerlin, in 1 hour 30 miiiutea ; Basle, in I
hour IS minutes ; Bucharest, in "> houra ;
! Constantinople, in 5 hours ; Copenhagen,
i in 4 hoars; Cuba, in 10 hours ; Edinburgh,
! in 1 hour 30 minutes ; Dublin, in 3 hours ;
j Frankfort-on-the-Main, in 1 hour 20 min
utes ; Geneva, in 1 .hour 15 minutes;
Hongkong, iv 12 houra; Hamburg, in 2
hours .SO minntefl ; Jerusalem, in 6 noun ;
Liverpool, in 2 hours ; London, iv 1 hour
15 minutes ; Madrid, in 2 hours 30 min
i utes ; Manchester, in 2 hours 30 inmates ;
! New York, in 4 hours ; New Orleans in S
j hours ; Home, in 1 hour 30 minutes ; San
Francisco, in 11 hours; Rio Janeiro, in S
hours ; St. Petersburg, in 3 houra ; Saigon,
in 11 hours; Southampton, iv 3 hours ;
| Sydney (Australia), in If) hour* ; Valpa
raiso, iv 12 hotird ; Vienna, in 1 hour 4ij
minutes ; Washington, in (i hour* ; "Yoko
| ha'ma, in 13 hours, and Zanzibar in 7 hours.
A Unique Maisiuauk Ckriikkate. — A
oh rgyman of (lalveston whose piety is not
abashed by his want of book learning, exe
cuted the following unique marriage certifi
cate, which has just come to light through
legal proceedings : "(lalveston, Texas, 3d
May, 1878, A. I), of our I^ord. — Know all
persons by these presence, that Mr. Julious
Johnson, and Miss Mackentiie, applied to
me at, and at their residence aud where
Duely Joined together in holy Wedlock
in the presence of Witnesses. According to
the low of God and thease United States,
the mutual Bond that (iud Ordained and
was beautified With the presence of our
Saviour, at canan at Galklee, and is com
manded of St. Paul. Be honorable among
all men, to ujiieh I set ray hand and Seal
as minister in charge of the Methodist
An AOBICDLTCBAIi Itkm. -Some women
make a great fuss and labor hard in trying
to perauade a hen not to set. The same
amount of work and ingenuity directed in
another channel miclit revolutionize society
in some particular, but she never thinks of
that. To prevent a fifty cent hen from
setting a woman will devote tv> worth of
time aud labor. But a certain Xew Jersey
woman is an exception. She placed a red
hot glass vg£ in the nest, and the hen coon
lost all appetite for setting. The fact that
the barn burned down and the hen per
ished may deter some women from trying
the same experiment, but it can be recom
mended as going right to the spot.
JrsricE TehfsßXD witu Mkrcy.—
Thirty small boys were arrested in Dallas,
Tex., for giving a negro minstrel show
without a license, the complainant being
the owner of an old building which they
had used without permission. They were
tried before the Mayor, who said : "I rind
the prisoners guilty, and fine them SI
each. The alternative '8 one day in jail."
The consternation among the offenders was
very great. "But," his Honor added, "I
was a boy once myself, and went on the
end in just such a performance. I will
pay these lines myself."
Doctors in RUBBXA. — According to the
latest official statistics there are in Kussia,
all told, 12,500 doctors (against over 00,000
in the United States), affording one .Kscu
lapius to every 7,200 inhabitants (against
GOO in the United States). As a village
has not sufficient population to secure the
services of a doctor, each district, com
prising a number of villages, employs one
of the corps of female nurses, who study
their profession for three years, and are
officially recognized as being able to pre
scribe in ordinary cases of sickness.
. * — • ♦ — ■
A young man with an extremely power
ful voice was in doubt what branch of
musical art to adopt. He went to tho
composer Cherubini for advice. " Suppose
yon sing me a few bars," said the master.
The young fellow saDg so loud that the
walls fairly shook. "Now," said he,
" what do you thing I am best fitted for ?"
" Auctioneer," dryly replied Cherubini.
THE HYDRAULIC MINING SYSTEM AP
PLIED TO DREDGING.
. ' Diamond Reef, in New York harbor, has
always j been I troublesome j to j navigation,'
and many .efforts ' have i been ! made , to re
move it. All the larger ; rock- masses were
blown up and removed, and then nothiug
remained but a mass : of hard-pan contain
ing bowlders,' gravel ' and sand. Blasting
was not available, ; and efforts were then
made to \ mine the i reef fby j means ' of ! a
powerful J water-jet, precisely as k gravel
banks are 5 torn down by a stream from a
hose in ' hydraulic mining. It was found
that with a powerful steam pump, and an
iron pipe, and hose j lashed to a spar aud
held in j position by j guy- ropes, suspended
from the dredging-scow, the clay could be
easily :< torn up. .= This i sub-aqueous ; jet,
when : directed downward, soon ; m;ule a
hole or " pot " in the reef, and much of the
Hne material was ■ swept away into deep
water l>y the tide, or could be raked away
by divers, or by means of rakes moved by
steam-power from the scow and guided by
ropes. Wheu the jet was directed against
the side or face of the reef, it was rapidly
torn down, until the accumulation of the
loosened material Mocked up the jet and
stopped "the work. This obstruction led
to the invention ' of a second and quite
novel : application of the same idea. The
reef is surrounded by deep water, and it is
not necessary to dredge up this loosened
material, but merely to push it a short dis.
tance away into deep water. A long iron
pipe of large diameter was then fitted with
a hose, the nozzle being placed within the
pipe, under one end | and , pointed toward
the other end. A grating was then fitted
over the end next the hose, and the whole
apparatus was suspended by *hams in a
horizontal position fiom the fcow, with the
inlet end next to the reef. ; The other hose
was then brought to bear on the reef, and
a powerful ■ stream ['_ was driven through
each hose. It will be observed that the
water-jet directed .through the large
pipe formed an iujictor, inducing a pow
erful current through the pipe. The outer
hose stirred up the gravel (the grating
keeping back all the large stones), the in
duced current sweeping all the loosened
sand and gravel through tl c pipe, and dis
charging it at the other end, in 'deep *>;■.
ter. A long series of experiments with the
apparatus was trite!, aud it wa3 found to
work to great advantage in removing all
except the largest bowlders, even in very
deep water and in a strong tide-way.
When the discharge end of the pipe was
raised to the surface, it was found that the
stream of mingled sand and gravel and
water was thrown out of the top, (juile
clear of the surface, so that by proper ar
rangement 'it could have been caught in
floating barges or in : sluices leading to the
shore. In this instance this was not neces
sary, as the aim was simply to sweep the
material away into deep water. Modifica
tions of this idea of stirring up a sand-bar
by hydraulic jet have already been tried
elsewhere, but not ou so effective a scale,
and the valuable suggestion has been made,
that the iujector apparatus would be use
ful in raisintr all kinds of light material in
dredging, and in lilting argentiferous sands
in sea-coast mining. -• '
Kistoki. — A correspondent writes of a
recent appearance ot Ristori as Marie
Stuart iv Rome: "Although terribly old
and shrewdish-looking, Ristori neverthe
less remains stiil a magnificent actress.
But she is growing a little too massive tor
the stage. At Milan, tiiis winter, the was
not at all courteously received. ' You're
too old ! ' was shouted at her. Bearing
this, she stopped short in what she was
saying, and turning to the speaker, she
.said, 'You are too polite !' which gained
her a storm of applause, and siie \\ as not
intuited again during her stay there.
San Francisco Fraduce Market.
3ah Frascisco, July 2d— l v. v.
Floir— Rales are unchanged, We quote the various
brands as follows : Best Ci'y Extra, c"> 02J . Bakirs 1
Extra, t.i 4005 55; Supcrliue, ii s'> -4; Interior
Extra, iutdeb 50 ; interior Superfine fi 50-34 ; Ore
gon Extra, S4 &o£}3; c!;"ice do, v if; 25; Oregon
japerßne, 50<«l ; Walla v.'alia Extra, ti M..:
6 12J » bbl.
WuiAT^To-day ckws up the week's business, as
tbere will be bo aessiob of 'Change to-morrow. The
attendance of operators was quite ss large is usual,
bur, the lioliilny feeiiiii was uuininant, ami iitile dis
position w«s eviucad to barierto any great extent.
Insiguificant parcels of milling ehaoeed hands at
about current rates, but nothing ms done on ship
pinj; account. Transactions Include 600 Ctls choice
milling, si (SO; 250 do Sonors do. *1 52£ V ctl. We
quote No. lat «1 52.)«1 574 ; N '«- 2,"*1 iUsil 50
Barlkt -Holder? felt somewhat encouraged to-
J day, owing to a more pronounced inquiry. I Buyers,
lof course, see do occasion for ing juhi'aiit, . iaim
ing that thu heavy stocks of oM now on baud will
operate sff&insl any lift in values. Sale 3 of 2.C00
ks bay brewhur, 85b ; 1 f«.io do do, 81Jc ; 200 do bay
feed, 70c ; £00 do fair coast do, C7*c \1 utl. l!ro«i:i^'
is qu (able ut 77J@S5c; feed, «Si«7(.i<:; Chevalier,
$1 'lOt.ttl SO for choice bay, ami B>cigsl 10 for coast.
iiir. — No receipts to day. Tl:e market <lra^-3,
and sales are hard to effect, though transactions en
little imp itance are re|*>rted within our quota
tions. We quote: Huroboldt, 81 10«il 50; coast,
Slffll 25; Oregon and Washington Ictritory, 91 20
(Sr«; Surprise, »1 65(rtl 60 \3 ctl.
Hay— Cargo lots ou the wharf ratine from SO to
FRl'lT— There is » very good holiday demand, and
prices keep weli sustained. After this week many
varieties will fall off in supply. Gooseberries sell
lower because of the overripe condition of most of
the consignments. The same reason is given for
the daiiv dumping of quantities of Cherry- Plums.
Following ar« jobbing quotations: Apples, in
bxs, OOia'oc for green, and *1(;<1 25 for red in
baskets, 35&50 c for green, and tSO(37Su for led;
pears,' Sl«'l 25 r 1 box, and 40<850c 9 basket;
apricots, $lial 25 1- box ; blackberries, tlO 1^ chest ;
cherries, s(g6<; for common, and 7@Bc ,V Ib for
choice ; figs, 15@20c for black, with no market for
whit .' ; gooseberrie3, s'(t6e ¥Hi for English ; peaches,
Sl^Jl 50 for good to choice, with extra at $2 V bx ;
cherry plums, 50c(35l V box ; raspberries, ¥5
(<iG *! chest ; strawberries, $6(38 ; currants,
$?>. 10(^6 50 $ chest; oranges ranjfe from $125
to S4 75 $? box for California, according to quality ;
T.ihiti oranges, (BS@S7 5C V thousand ; lemons, |B@
10 ¥ box for Sicily ; limes, $Kas for Mexican ; pine
apples, $7(g:9 dozen ; tamarinds, 12<215c V It' ;
bananas, $2 50(aj V bunch. . ■ . ■
Blttkr— lanre proportion of the consignments
of the ]>.>st two weeks has been applied to the
filling of an order of 75,000 Hh, on account of the
Kussian Government. This' may probably account
for the otreu^th in values exhibited duriDg t c
above period. It will be remenbered that on the
10th ult. we foreshadowed the p ssibility of an
advance, which, occurred two dajs, lat«r. The
force of this increase in prices has not vet been
exhausted, although quota ions are quietly • re
ceding. None but limited lots of fancy Point
Keyes - brands will bring over our Bgures.
We quote good to choice at 20@22Jc V It' ; inferior
to ordinary, 17<ai9c, inside rate for mixed lots from
country stores. New firkin is quotable at 20(S22}c
$ tl>. Small transactions of picked are reported
at -:-l',c lb.
CiiKKHK— We quote California at 7@3c for inferior,
and fijjlOii V I!, for (rood to choice.
— Although the arrivals of Eastern have
been nonnnai this week, some dealers have yet good
stocks ou band, which is about the lest evidence of
dull trade. C:i ifornia are in plentiful supply and
weak at our figures. We quote thn r.mpc for C»li
forniaat UHg2lc; Eastern, 164* ISc; Salt Lake, 19c
V doz. . , '. •-■■..- •- •■■■-.■
PoCLTßV— Supplies of nearly all kinds have been
quite liberal this week, and prices as a rule favor
purobasers. We quote : Turkeys, 14@16c for live ;
Boosters, Ss<?s 50 for old and $&«7 50 for young;
Hens, $5 50(rt7 ; Droilers, $2 50@l, according to stze ;
Ducks, $4t*» 50 dozen; Oeese, 2A(&1 75
¥ p«ir. :
Wool— Moderately active. We quote: lC@l9c for
burry, 20\a21Jc for slightly burry, and 22@24c for
free southern and Sau Joaquin. Northern is quoU
ble at SSQKe for heavy and 27iS31c %' lb for fancy
grades. ' -'. •■■ /'. ■■■:■" : '-- .
Sacramsnto Fruit Blarket.
Our Sacramento quotations are from the price
lists of W. R. Strons & Co., and are revised up to 6
p. M. yesterday. They represent trade price?, and
have iv view selected fruits suitable for shipment :
Apples, «I@l 25; apricots, Moorpark, §1 25
irii 15 V box ; pears, early, :-' 75c^*l 25 ¥
box ; ' peaches, early May, (k<»7e W ■ Iti ; ' plums,
cherry, • 8<f»10c : cherries, red and white, 8.»12c ;
extra black, 10>gl5c V tl> ; currants, S7 ">o ¥ chest,
or 6<«Se V■" Bi ; gooseberries, '■ very scarce, 7cdtlOc,
as per variety ; laspberries, 6^t7c %t . basket ; straw
berries about (rone ; blackberries, coming forward
slowly yet, 10@lSc; oranges arc very scarce, quota
ble at y»i>i.i4f> 9 M for Tahiti ; : California, *5(?t6
¥ box ; : lemons, Sicily, *) - 5<X910 -$ ■£ box ;
California,' $404 50 ; Australian, ?s<as 50 ¥ box ;
limes, Mexican, $7@9 V box : bananas, $3 and
J3 50 %1 bunch; pineapples, $SQ9 i> dozen. • ':.-
Eastern and Foreign Markets.
">-■'- Nsw York, July 2d. \
5-' BRFADSTUfTS— is dull, and Wheat unsettled,
latter at $1 05<gl 15. ; . - -..-- < -' : -,-.
ilihcauo, July 2d.
Wheat— B9|c for July. ■
Bacon— to 90 for short rib sides. -
Pork — $12 60 for July. .
Lakd-s6 T2i for July.
. ; .:"::-: : LrVRBTOOL, July 2d. -.
- Wheat— Good to ■' choice ? California, -9s 2d to
9s Sd. - Spot lots are steadier, bit a penny lower ;
not much demand for floating cargoes, while cargoes
on passage for shipment are he. vy ; c»rjro prices are
lower all round ; off coast cargoes, 4.1s ; nearly due.
Us ; Just shipped, 43g ; weather show«iy ; French
country marketa are generally chtaper. y
RELIGIOUS SERVICES TO-MORROW.
.Westminster Presbyterian Church, C •
Sixth street, comer of L— Key. 11. H. Rice, pastor, ,
will preach each Sabbath morning at 10:45 a. «.,
aud SVQlliugSjl 7:30. ; Stranger* cordially invited. -; .
; ."j Kingaley M. E. Chutch, "
Fleventh street, : between II and 1., Rev. J. E. j
Wicks. pastor. Preaching to-morrow at 10:45 A. X. i
and 7:30 r X . Sunday Sciiool at 12-.40 p. v. I'r.iisc I
service at 6:30 P. U. \ j
St. Paul's Episcopal Church.
Eighth street, between 1 and J— Kev. U. M. Chap
man, rector in charge. ■; The : Rev. W. Simoutoii
Coclirane of Vallejo will preach at 11 a. m. t«>-m:r
row. Sunday Mltool at 12:30 r. m ,
V First Baptist Church.
Ninth street, between L and M— Rev. A. J. Frost
l««<'r, will preach at 10:43 A. >i. sad at 7:30 r. h. a
sermon to younc men on "The ITBivanaUsm Of the
Bible." Suudav-Bchool at 12:15 r. m.
Eishth street, betweei N and O— Rev. r. 11. Cut- :
ler, pastor. Preacbingat ll A. m. itmi SP. m. Sun
day-6chcol at 10 a. .m. Seals free. All invited. . *;
United Brethren Church,
Corner Fourteenth and X srr!- 1 Religious ser
>-ices by tbo pastor ut 10:15 a. m. and a p. y. - a
cordial lavilatiun extended to all. ' Free SCStB * *
Rev. H. E. Jewett, of Oakland, will preach to
morrow mornins;. .It the children's day, and they
are reqoestsd to ooeupT the front ]>cws in the body
of the church. t The mis>ionary concert will be in
the evening, beginning at o'clui'k. rhepdbttosn
; Seventh-Street M. E. Church South,
Seventh street, between J and K— T. H.B.Ander
s.in. pastor. Bervieatat 11 a. m. and B t, m. Sub
jects t Uarning -i ' St. Paul's Trials and Triumphs."
— " God's Wrath Revealed from Heaven.*'
Seats free. V All are invited.
TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE.
. Filed July 2d.
I GeorifO SI. slyter and wife to Williim 1! Daley,
Juno 18, 18S0— Cast half < f lot 3, between I and J,
Twenty fourth and Twenty Bfth ttrtcls ; $300.
Amsoda C. Harris to Daniel Fiiut, June 7, 1830—
Lot i.i, between T and I , Ninth and Tenth streets ; !
Daniel Flint to Anjust Bauer, March 8, ISS9—
Lots 5 and 0. between T and 17, Ninth and Tenth
streets ; SSOO.
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK SALES.
Sam Francisco, Jul.v 18S9.
145 0ph1r..........:.C}'Ji6r 700 N. Bonanaa .10c
180 Mexican...... ..6|«81! 2XI M. View I Si
7G. 3 30,!r3i5l 650Qui:ia. BJ<B-2»
70 Best* Belcher.. ."...9 D 55 bclla... 11JW12
3i)S»va(!e 2 lf(<t:! 70(Jr'd Prize 11l
Ccn. V» S W 100 Uotallie SOc
.90 Ohollar . 2 9fl«ri 60 315 1 u»c. rora., l£c
" 25 0-liTornia 'i 20! IU) .VJbion 400
ISfi Totnoi 2 10(32 03 35 Paradise 200
11. Nor 4iti3 HO 135 Mt Diablo v
1;,,. Point 155 ON Belle late 350
.00 Y. Jacket Bf«s| l.'o Bodie 6}
140 Imperial..... iio CO McCllnton 250
105 A plia ....5 150 Summit 1 85
4308c1chir.....l 7?<'>l 3 2UiTiop».. : 12«
245S.Xcvada l!i**l2i 20 Wales 3}
SOUtah lOi! 2Co(^>o.ljihaw,..l 30irtl 25
Bullion I! SO Champion 60c
120K.xctaei]Uer..l 55fel 60 50 r.lcklmwk 60c
UOrennan 90c 1 236 Booker 50tf(4»r
235 Jnstioe 6«c 45 Ken 4}
2 OUnlon 2 I 100 Uuivcrait> See
90 Al a. 1 9j, lPOJui<itcr 1 55
115 Julia 55c) 400 Addenda I
' 13 1 C'al-.'4onia 60vsj55c; 20 Noonday 4
eOChalleng- 125 20 N Noondw 3£5
350NewVork 20c ; 20U D Standard Csc
100 Lady Wash 25c 50 Boston. 115
2i5 ,ice 95c«rl 100 Oro 2
60 Ward 1 25 1 170 Mammoth 2
3->0 Scorpion 16r HBaMdMa 2J
Bt nton l| 25 Tiptop 6J
Sicramento, July —By Kov. D. D. Hart, John H.
Worth, of Dixmi, to Addie Taylor, of Sacramento.
Sacramento, June 29— By P. H. Cogiriii*, Justice ol
■ the Peace, Frank P. Snapp»oAildio F. Snapp.
Kosevilie, July I— By T. 11. Jones, J. P., Wm. S.
Ladue to Mollie McKuuc.
BigKi June 27— M. L. Sparks to N. M. Warren.
i kson, June 2S— D. Ree»« to Uaggie Cable.
Sear Chico, June SO— II. J. Van Ness to Emma
Berkeley, June 23— James Fielding to Edith Oliwr.
Berkeley, June 27— T. I. Sawyer to Miss Johnson.
Crass Valley, July 1— WHe ol Joseph McCauley, a
Sun Babel, June Wife of James Fmith, a son.
Woodland, July I— Wile of Dr. Geo. H. Jackson, s
Ca istoga, June 25— Wife of T. 11. Bryant, a daugh-
Berkeley, June 26- Wife ol E. J. Parker, ft son.
l'ctaluma, Juni 2i> — Wife cf JoUu Barne?, a daugh-
ter. - ■•"-. ■•;•;
Cosumnes river, June 22 — John Franklin, infant son
of Jacob A. and M.'.ry E. ilut.hinson, 9 mouths
and 10 days. ;
San Jose, June »o— Captain William Grant, ES
Berkeley, June 30— Faunle Meeker Clark, 8 mouths
and 15 days. - .
Sutter Creek, June 23-Dorinda P. Fournicr, 50
years. ... -.■' '■'-■
Ja-kson, June 25— Tiny X"-<-, IS monthß.
I Cloverdale, June 23-Cnarlotta Gomli v. 22 year?
Inlon 10:1ar.X0.21, A. O. I. W., (J
will meet in ihtir hall, corner of X and j^tfSji
at S o'clock, for ln^tullati<<ii of officers, .Lj?\£?»
etc Visiting onthren are cordially in- v«4r
vited J. N. YOUNG, M. \v".
P. 1.. Hickmax, Recorder. [B.C.] Jv3-lt
Stilted AJMmbljr or Sarra- *
mento Commandery, >'o. 2, Knights Tern- vr
plar, at the Asylum. THIS (Saturday) pB
EVENING, at 8 o'clock. Sojourning Sir I |
Knights are courteously invitetl to attend. IA/>J
By onlcr of . WM. SI. PI.TRIE, E. C.
"W. B. Davis. Recorder. . . J3 3-lt
Xoiice to fll.v school — Tearii-
en elect of the Public Schools, who have not already
done so, are, by order of the B-..rd of Education,
required to file their certificates with the Secretary
oil or before 7 o'clock THIS (Saturday) EVB XIXG,
July 3 i, or be present at that time to show cause to
the Board why they have neglected to do so. . IBy
order of the Board. F. L. LAXDE-S, Secretary.
■■ ■ ■ -. .■■ ]y3-lt
Aiimohv Co. G, Fmsr AHTiu.r.nv RreiMB.NT, i
■ Foirth Bruiadk, X G. C , \
Sac axkxto, July 2, ISBO. )
All O!iic;rs and membern of the Comjiany will
assemble at Armorj', MONDAY, July 6th, at 8:30
o'clock A. M., in full dress uniform, for panda, in
compliance with Orders from Regimental Head-
quarters. By order of T. W. SHEEHAN, Captain.
Root. O'RoßKii, First Seigeant. (B.C.] jv3-lt
The lifllrers ami Memlierg nf Com- \*ri
pany B, First Artillery Regiment, will as- gWj
semble at their Armory at 7:30 A. m., Mi>N- JajjfcA
DA Y, the 6th instant, in full dress uniform, 3Ba*ca
to participate in the Fourth of July exercises. A full
attendance will be required. By order of
» J. L. AT WOOD,
jvSU Captain Commanding Company.
W~ ANTED -A POSITION IN A DRDO STORE
us Clerk. Has considerable experience : can
give cood reference. Address "DRUGGIST,",
Lodi, Cal. -■- jy3-3t*
FOR SALE-GOOD FOOTHILL FARM.aga
two oiiies from Railroad. Lir.d can ail^v'
be cultivated : plenty good water ; 4,000 bear-—
iv" trrapc- vines ; small orchard ; vice home. Price,
for I o Acres, 82,000. Inquire of CARL STROBEL,
Commission Ajreut, No. 321 J street, Sacramento.
. ■ . ■ • jy3-St' - '
GOLDEN. EAGLS HOTEL,
/^ORXEU OF X AND SEVF.NTII STREETS,
I, Sa.ramcnto. Car. • This hotel is favorjbly
known as a tirst class hotel for years. The house
Las been repainted and rccarpetcd— everything dean
and modern. PRICES RKDUCED, tl and SS 50
per ; day. Every accommodation for Fan-ihes.
Baggnge and Bus Free.
jy3-fpti *.; F. A. HORNBLOWER, Proprietor.
JUST IN VIA CENTRAL PACIFIC R. R.
I NOBBY SUITS ! II
18 SUITS - - - at $9 50 ;36 SUITS, - - - at $13 50
24 SUITS - - - at $11 25 ilB SUITS, .-. - -at $15 00 :.;.
12 SUITS, - - - at $12 50 24 SUITS, - - - at $20:00
13 STJITS -- - - --- - - -^- SIS.
■•■«.. THESE ITS AOE MAMI-ACTIBEO AT TBE FACTOUT, ROS. 134 A JiD
136 BBJUOI BTBEET, SEW lOttK, EXPKESSI,* FOB
LITHAUER, "The Clothier,"
No. 418 J street, betwe&n Fourth and Fifth - Sacramento.
Trunks, ' Bags, Valises, Satchels, Shawl and Blanket Straps.
«■ choice rxr«Krx«ai»r<» aooDsm
sack, a nxzißrxo
PAID FIRE DEPARTMENT.
ALL MEMBERS OF IHE SACR.V- .g-^.
ir.nto Paid Fire Uep.itmeiit'Tßi^gr'
are hereby notified lo report at th* ir -p*rs*y^X
respective Engine Houses, at S:3oa. v V#**W
on Mo.M>A>, .lul>- Bth, in full uniform, lor Parade '
! By order of the Board of Fire Comniijtsioccrs. :
j ]y3-2t 18. C.I C. SI'LLIVAN. Chief Engineer.
Fiust-the PUIZSS ai:k OPEN to COM- -
petition frx'in all portloM Of Ihe State.
s*i-... ,1 All competitors moat be in raadlnesi to :
start when ttte procrssion moves, and be suMect to
the orders of t.'ie Jisadier Brindle, who will as-i.-n
' them their proper places in the line.
Third— No disreputab'e characters or any Words
; or actions that would lefleet discredit oo the pro- '
cession will be allowod in tlte Hue of m iren. •
Fourth— All persons coinptti»;* for prisjsi will
hear their own ex)icnse4.
Fifth — No person a lo;\\ d to eompsts for more
than one priie.
Sixtt — Tho procession will move from Agrtcuttßra]
Park at 3:80 p. si. sharp. Any not in lino »t tiiut . :
; time w il be detarrrtl from competing for prices.
Seventh— No dcviallou from ti.e above rotes will
be tolerated. •
- «r l*ri«s will be paid by the Treasurer, D.
DeBEKNARDI, No. SlO X str,,-t. on the presoatu-
, tion of orders from the Awarding Committee.
All Aids to the Ilgadi r Briudle »iii report at
At.ii.-ul.nral Park, nt 1 p. v. July sth. j>S-2t
FOURTH OF JULY DINNER !
MONDAY, JULY : 5, ISSO.
: SIXTH-STEEETM. E.CHtmGH, ,
Btxi str<.ct," between X sad L.
Dinner from IS M. In 1 r ■'.
LIIIKII fnuti 5 to N I*. *1.
JIE.IL3 as C* MTM.
■'■■' ' _
TH I D_CON CERT
— ■Of TUX
| ; -
I Phiiirannoiiic Sodety, j
i ON WEDNfcSDAY, JULY 7. 1830,
at «O\CKL<; VI. <:iiiE«';i.
■1: Chorus, forty-second Psalm, " As the hart
pants" Mend Issobn
I 2. Tenor solo, " Mv Sweetheart when a U-»y". . Wilke
Mr. id. OrandaU.
3. Chorus, "The Water Lily" Gads
4. Soprano solo, "Good Night, My Love"... Hughes '
Miss Kninia Felter.
! 5. Violin solo, " Lfgende". Wieniswskl
Mr. B. Kcrle. .
a. Duet, soprano and tenor, "Only Thee"... White
UUa Wlbjey and Mr. Crandall.
7. Chorus and solo, " Now Tramp O'er Mos«
anO Fell".. H;»hnp > . '
Solo, SbS, J. F. Cooper.
! 1. Trio and chorus, The Seasons, " Be Propi
ti.. "... Haydn M
Trio, Mrs. Oounr, Messrs. Crandall and Bicn.
3. Soprano solo, " Boleio". Arditi
>«Vi W. 0 Fitch.
3. Chorus, " Tell Me, Roses" Bsrnbr '
4. Soprano solo, "Aye Maria" Cherubim
Mrs. .1. t Cooper.
5. Piano solo, " Noctumo," op. 37 .......... Chopin
Mr. Otto ricissner. '
0. Cliorus, "Good Night"..: Pinsuti
BINOLE ADMISSION FIFIY CENTS
[Dee and I eai er copj |. j\3 3t j
.^.TLT CTIOIff £3 -£fc. X> 3ES
Horses, Wagons . and Harness.
nu at co Ar<niOSEKUS, I
TUIS ('Bfnnlay) 31OUMVC HLV 3d, j
Af thiir salesroom. No. 101 C Fourth strett, three
Saddle Horses, three Work Hones, one Sinjtle t
Driving Hone, Boogies, Harness, e'c. Also, 94 ,
Cases LAUtK IsI.KU. To be sold without reserve, j
jy3.lt DELL, Auctioneer.
SHERBURN & SMITH, [
WILL SKLL DT
.:^< : --- At salesroom, No. 323 X street,
THIS (Salur.lutt mUIIC, .11 LV 3, ■■«. '.
At 10:30 A. M., ii l»r;e lot of
FARLOR,B£DRQOM AND DININC-ROOU FURNITURE-;
Oarpeto, Stoves, Tinware, Crockery and Olaiswan, t
etc. Als". 600 pounds of 111 i fail Bacon, 15 kits
Uaekerd, 35 boxes S-iap, >-i>-.
jy3-lt ■ SIIEaBUKNJ: SMITH, Auctioneers.
BUILDING AND LOAN.
REO.UL.\R MEETING OF TOE SACRAMENTO
Building and Loan Association, lor tho pay '.
ment of dues and interest, PoBTPONKBto TUKS- ,
DAY EVENING, July Olh, from 7to 9 oVlock.
Jluncy to Lonn.'
jj-3-td [11. C. | A LEONARD. Bscretw
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
THE ivnr.RSIC.NKD C\LL ATTENTION TO A
PBATJD who is iromg thmug* the city selling » »
so-called " root" dentifrice, claii Ing tint we
are recommending and sstting the same. The truth
is we are not doinjr either, and therefore denounce "
the vender as an impostor, an forbid further unau- :
thorixed use of our nan^. £ q THnAILKILL> '
\V. W. LICHT,
" . H. H. PIKRSON,
jy3 1t |B. CJ B-B. BREWER-
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF SA'RAMKNTO "
county, State of California. DAVID UPTON '
(surviving Executor of the estate of Enoch Matter,
deceased), plaintiff, vs. GEORGE H. KERR and
MAUY KEKR, defendants. Under and by virtue ol
an order of bale issund out of the Superior Court <>i
Sacramento county, State of California, upon a de-
cree of, foreclosure in a suit wherein the above-
named plaintiffs were plaintiff and the above-
named defendants were defendants, and to lie '
directed and delivered, and dated the 2d day of
JUNE, A. D. 1880, in which I was ordered to'sell
certain real estate, described as follows, tr> wit:
Frac-ional southeast quarter of the northwe*
quarter, and lots 3, 4 and 6 of Section 6, township
(J north, range C east, Mount I>iablo meridian, lying i
west ol the Western Pacific Railroad, saving and
' lescrving therefrom a strip off the northern portion
of said land, six hundred fe-t wide, from north to
louth, ami extendini; from the r.ilroad to the
western boundary of said land. Said land lying aiil
bein? tituate in Sacramento county, State of Cali-
fornia. Notice is hereby given that on MONDAY,
the 26th day of JULY, A. D. ISSO, at IS M of tint
day, in front of the Court house, in the city of Sac-
ramento, county of Sacran ento. I will sell all tho
right, title and interest cf s id GEORGE H. KF.RR
and MARY KERK in and to the above described
real estate, at public auction, for gold coin, to the
highest bidder, to satisfy Ue Judiment in sa d suit,
amounting to $1,492 70, for pr ne pal, interest, cists
of suit, aud also all costs of this sale, all of which is
payable in gold coin. -
jy3 la»3wS : ■ A. J. BRUNER, Commissioner. ;