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SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
VOLUME LIV.-NO. 68.
DAILY RECQED-UNION
j»^*r*2KtbcPo£tCmceatSacraTifmo as t*»oonJ cla^s nuttct
PUBLISHED BY THE
SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY.
Publication Office, Third 6t., bet. J and K.
-^
THE DAILY EECOKD-UXION
.shed every day of the week, Sundavsex
cepted. Double-sheet on Saturdays.
For one year " eg w ,
For six months __ 3 m
For three months .' . 2 00
Subscribers served by Carriers at Fifteen
K. per week - In all Interior cities and towns
the paper can be had of the principal Periodical
l-eaiers, Newsmen and agents.
THE WEEKLY CXIOH ■
Is the chear>est and most d^irable Home Hem
and Literan- Journal published on the I'aeilic
Terms, One Year™ to ltl
WAXrED-LOST— FOUXD.
W ANTED— BY A BIKGLB GESTLHM AN
• mployed >>.; the Stete Capitol, a room
and board in :i private family where French or
German i!>.-tiiikei]. Address "A. ii.." Becord-
Ixioxoilii-e. n7-tf
AN INTELLIGENT WIDOW LADY, WITH
one child, desires a situation as house
irj not so much an object at » com
fortable home. Call or address 712 Fourteenth
nrcet. beuuuu <• iind H, Sm-ranmnto. ;
LADY AGENTS OF TACT WANTED FOR
our Bast un<! Farm r>«vol<>i>»r; no
Lumbim-. Indorsed by [-1 Bicianj, Write for
seal*--', description and v r ... E2IE MED. <;o
B '" ! *'"- -V Y. n:si t ,im
WASTED-HEN AND WOMEN To BTABT
a new business at their )mm,-> easily
learned in an boor; nopeddliiiß; 10 cents to 50
n hour maile day time or evening. Bend
10 cents for 21 samples and a package of mate-
J. ial v.H > ,, c ,°.''! ! ?. c £ cc Wfirk <m - Address AMKRI
CA.S M IlLY CO., Albany. N. V. oJT-lm
mOFARMERj.-WE HAVE ON HANr7^)ME
JL Pirst-ejass American and Bcandanaviaii
now Hands thai we can furnish you «t the
' notice. Apply to HOUSTON it CO
yment Office, iourth and X Btreeti
lm *='"O- „l:;-ti
Fi)R SALE— TOILET.
Tj">U HAI.E-A l-.ANC'H OF 140 ArKES«afc
J? ol laii-l. 1 mill- iron, K. K. D. ;..'. shin-sfH|
Ings; • xcellent K.r Fruit mii.l Vines;<Z>
Koo>l House; nutnrul water, etc Foi further
partjeulars apply to or address the owner, B. O.
rIBKCg, P. SI., Bhlngle Springs.
Fi M.F.- 80 ACRES OF FRUIT AND
<irai:i Land, 5 miles from the citj *W
at 155 per acre. Inquire at 217 J street " «>*-
n6-2w*
FOR SALE-ONE EEOW N HORSE
9 years old, ami r.nu <;rav Uare, iiifr%
4 years old; would make a sood team/T/\
the man- is a line boggy animal. Inquire it IS
t, of AH LOUIE, who will afeo famiih
men on can tract for all kinds of It!. or.
li-Vlw*
FK KENT-THREE ROOMS, FTJRNISHKD
or UDfurnished for housekeeping; hall and
'■-osqsat'.aclie'i. Apply at .'.lh N j-treet. nj-l\v«
GARLAND RANGE FOH SALE CHBAP-
A!s.\ 8 k0i ..1 Carpi t;-. Brnsselsand Ingrain;
one more Set and Sj.rinu- Hod, new Etyle, at - !5
ttCBAS.It. CAMPBELL'B, M 9 X street We
buy. Bell or exchange. Opholstering and Be-
P a!rl °B- o^ lm
TTOi: RENT— AT 72O AND 112 E .STREET, ££t
E f.ro Cottages, one of I ri.oms and one ■"■]
of. r ,:oai-li lot. JOxlHii; feuccil ami siik'-jBJL
walks built; wii; be rented (brtlO each Apply
to CARL STKOiiKL, :m .1 nrL-t-t. oir.tf
mo RENT-ON BHABES. 1,800 ACRES OP
X fine Brain laml, iv tracts to vuit, to parties
who can furnish thenuelves. Api.lv to or aii
dress MR.<. E. M. WILSON, I.lk GrWe, .Sacia
mento county. oJO-im*
CM3R BALE-AN OLD ESTABLISHED GRO
±. eery Business, on one of the principal
ts - r - For Particulars apply to HALL. LUHRB
&CO., Second street, between I andJ, Pacra
mento. o n^f
T?OR SALE -A HALF OR mrw^&~
i* whole interest In the Wi-.-t-'VCHL,.S^^&^
crn Hotel Harking; t wo ( 'arri.mes t-Qs^jf^
and :our Horse* and Harness. For Sir , V
fiinher particulars, inquire at the Office or of
the Driver. 015-tf
TO LET-A NEW HARD-FINISH ED <«*
house: nine rooms, bath, (ras and all K^T
modern conveniences. Inquire at 1514 O BLIL
rtf eet. oiTtf
Rooms: rooms i—no. sns, northeast
comer of Eighth and X Btreeta; handsome
room*, suigle or ia ;,uite>; Hit hett rinans in the
etty; prices reasonable; streetcars from the de
pot jiass the door every live minutes; strictly
first-class in every respect.
si -'-tf MRS. GRIOE. Proprietress.
WORK HORSES FOR SALE.
INQUIRE OF 1.. C. TODHTJNTEE-fIV
I »t west end of Sacramento iiiniT£SaTX
Yolo Bridge. m\m_/tr_}\^
fk FOR BALB. -
I* /I X iVi I Lj on a
SJk II I¥ I v cheap unimproT.
*■ ,*T»- «■ •- A"-", hj cd or improved
i3i;%il or larso bum ol an}' kicd, make it s
point to call u n CABL STKOIiKL. the Bro.
i-r.su J S'ureet, aacramento. 3<ft i>tt«>s
016-lm
FOH I=t3i:3NrT.
PROSPECT HILL FAKU, LYING I- 1 ; rn>
miles from city limits of Sacramento, v»J*'
on Dpper Stockton Road, oontainlng 100"*"
- >1 choice Und. ami having 600 beating
Fruit Trees, i 00 bearing Grapevines ami other
small fruits, etc.; has new House, Large Barns,
Stables, etc; will be rented for one year or a
term ofyears on easy terms, [f applied fur at
liars apply on the farm to F.
I. LOWELL. ni-uv
STOCK FflißM FOR SALE.
*t ran htotbk sold before no-
O'),iMfU, yembi r 10th. 530 acre* of line
Pasture '.r Fn;it Laml; 250 acres can be
plowed; plenty of water nnd timber; 60
acres under fence; with a frame Dwell
ing of six riwjins: two Barns. 40x20; ■ g . ..!
Slaughter-house; Lriwul Blacksmith Shop, with
tools; Carriage>house; Stone UUk-hoose acd
other Outhouses; a Living Spring;. Also, US head
of Mules ami Horses, from 6 months to l ! i years
(lnclnding 10 Brood Mures); Four-horse Wagon;
new Buckeye Mower; new Sulky Kake and
other Farming Implements; v> Cows; ll Year
■ I 0 Goats, bred to Angora: 75 Hogs; about
200 Hens, Ducks, Geese; 1,000 i )ak Posts; 80 t i 10
Cords Store Wood, cot and conic.]. Jackson
Creek, with its water all the yea,- round, runs
through the place. This N a good bargain. Bit
uated four miles from Jackson, Amador county,
am! seven miles from lone.
SB.">o Twenty acres one ami one-half miles
from Loomis, on line of c. p. k. K. All cleared
and fenced.
335 J street, Sacramento. JyJl-lptf
MONET TO LOAN.
Moneyjo Loan!
Sxvootßor cfc j&.\m±x*,
EtBAL ESTATE AGENTS,
So. iuis Fourth »t. ..^ij-tn... nsuiismmiiln,
MONEY TO TOAN
ON REAL KBTATB AND LOANS RBBO
tlated by P. BOHL, 3.T, .1 stretl. aulS-tf
W K - J" X CKDKRSIGNED, RESIDENTS OF
>T the city ol Bacramento, have - n
to all the rights, i bilities of the
CAPITAL SOAP COMPANY, <.. ramento (al^
■is of thostntut.-s.it t
<•! i fellfomia relating to partn.-r-h ; jis
RK^IARD HALL WITHIXGTON
MJLI.ARD CLARK WTTHINGTON
SPARROW SMITH.
Sacramento. C'al.. October . ' ItM
SACHAMEHTOPLAiniGMIIiI
MANTFACTURERS OF IMDORS.F'I' \ , fa
Windows, Blinds, Mcddmga Jgx-' '-.'>— 'j
Kiaish Door and Window Frames. Hk^'.-
Brackets and Turning Stair Work -fp/ H
a Specialty. j. j
M - Corner Front and Q streets, Se^.-— . i
Bacramento. ,^ — j
HARTWEIL, HOTCITKISS A -XALKEk".
022-4plm
JAMES McCAW'S
"Wood cfc CJc»«l "sTa.x-cl,
518 L street, betn-een lifth anil Sixth.
rTUIE CHKAPXST IN TOWN. ANY KIND OR
JL quantity of Wood, Coal, Coke, Charcoal or
Kindling at the lowest prices. Wellington.
Seattle. lone Coals a specialty. Weights and
measures guaranteed. "
ns-jpini JAS. McCAW, Preprietoc
AUTTTfI/T
l/i 1 U l!i.w« B ffi2&
Jgenuine testimoui
, als of many of the
cured, that you can easily prove, meifed free
i ail or write and you will be couvinced. Ali
comitunicatious confidential. C. G. STROVG
M. p., 21 Third street, Sao Francisco, Agen; tor
J'acific Coast. p2f-3 plmTuThi
HALE BKOS. & CO.
Is there one single buyer who does not
wish to secure the best value to be had
for their money? Don't it pay to buy the
best? Don't it pay to look well before
buying? Did you ever lose anything by
making careful comparisons? Do Mer
chants ever cheapen quality in order to
meet competition ? No one can afford to
purchase an article without first noting
QUALITY, and making a careful exami
nation of the same. It is a duty you owe
to yourself and family to make every
dollar go as far as possible.
Compare our qualities and prices with
those of any House in the State. The
more close and careful your comparison,
the more of your trade will we secure.
A BARGAIN i
25 PIECES 23-INCH STRIPED BOHCLE
SUITINGS, in all the leading colors.
The stripe consists of bright gilt and
cardinal lines.
We shall place these goods on
sale THIS MORNING, at 25 cents a
yard. We consider this line the best
value we have offered this season in
Dress Goods, and believe you will be
well pleased with the assortment, See
the line.
s®" MAIL OEDZRS FILLED SAMS DAY AS RECEIVED.
HALE BROS. & CO.,
JJos. 829. 831. 833. 835 X street, and 102(? Nisith street. Sacramento.
MILLLNERY.
pPctll MiUinery! I
WE RESPECTFULLY INFORMTFIE LADIES •
of Sacramento and vicinity that we '
are prepared to show our Full Jnit>ortation of
FRENCH HATS AND BONNKTB. Also, lull |
lines of all NO VELTI E-< pertaining to the season. !
MRS. BARBER & PEALER,
621 J st., bet.: Sixth* Seventh, Sucrameutu.
"-■'l|' : 'm j
FEUITS, SEEDS AXD~jPBODUCE.
D. DeBERNARDI & CO.,
f^ENEUAL COMMISSION US&-«
V3T chants, and Shippersof all kiudsof <yJgV
FnUtR, Vegetables, Ylnh, G»ma,_Z&L!z.
Poultry, Egs» at"l General Produce.
Cartful attention given to the Selection and
Packing of Choice Fruits IV.r Distant Markets.
Nos. 308 aii.l 310 X xt., Sacnunento, Cal.
o"jj-lm
X. MOOBKB. M . OEU3ON.
S. GERSON & CO.,
Mo. 930 J Street Sacramento. \
P KNERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ■
VJ" dealers in Importt-d and Domestic Fniif, !
Vegetables, Nuts and Dried Fruits. 023-tf ■
LYON & CURTIS,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Vegetables, Fruits, Seeds, Butter, Eggs,
PRODCCE GENERALLY,
Sos. 117 to 133 J ■■!;,. -i, Sacramento.
010-lptf j
(!OKNSJ.OEKGORY. 0. C. SARNKS. FEAMK GBB-=OR7 j
GREGORY, BARNES & CO.,
(Succefiors to Grecrory 4 Co.),
Nor. 180 and i!JB J Street.
\irliO;j3ALE DEALERS IN PRODUCE A>TD
TT Fruit. Vnll stocin of Potatoes, Veeetablea, !
lirecn and Pried Fruit*, Beans. Alfaifa Butter '
Poultry, eto., ilwajß on hand. Or'
Sen tilled at k.west rates. au';2-tf
MARKETS.
ORIENTAL MARKET,
No. 418 X street, Sacramento, j
T)IHL. HARTMAN, THE OLDEST
1 Maker in 'het-ity, i, in<£jjH r *' i
thu field. Al! kin.l- o! >.i:>"tie.s ninilr JD^^L, '
in the cleanest and most careful mann.'r Also I
best I.nrd In the market; no mutton
tallow mixed with it. K | i,,i m
TO THE PUBLIC.
HAVIKG PUBCIABED THE I.NTKIUC-T OF
Q. \V. MOBEHOUSEin the
FULTON MEAT MARKET,
Comer Firth and X Streets,
Idefire to inform ail that in future it will tje '
kept in first-c'lajs stylo. Thu be 5 t of
Fresh and Salt Meats. Sausages, etc., |
Alway on hand and sold at the most reasonable :
imtes.
0S- Full weight and square dealing will be :
the motto.
■'-'^Iplm M. F. OIIKLL, I'mprietor.
DON'T BE IMPOSED UPON |
By Olxixi.*»xxi.oxx !
K'OTICE TO FISH CONSUMERS.-PCR
chasers of piscatorial food are. cautioned
against buj-ing fish which are caught in the
drainage canal and tu!es, as they are not healthy
foot, rnereare no irvMi fisli which have been
taken ; rom fisherman's I^ke sold at any stand i
IT"' °' Teuth s:r^'- except st <;KOR(;E'COOP
LK .-. X -tntt. ln-twecn Fifth audSixHi.oU-iptf
Blocks Ninth and Tenth, W and T streets \
SACRAMENTO. CAL.
»- Tl-LEPHCiS KO. 15fi. OIS-lp
RAILKOADS, 'STEAMERS,' ETC.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
: rraUUffi LEAVE AND ARE DUE TO ARRIVE
! J- AT
SACRAMENTO.
leave FROM OCT. 18, 1885. arrive
(FOR) (FRuM)
7:20 A. Cal:>>toga and Jsapa 7:05 p.
•2:50 p. ' " " *11:25 A.
12:05 P. Col fax 10:20 a.
10:30 a. Delta & Portland, via Davis 3:45 p.
I A. Tehamn, yin ChiOO V*H:3O p.
7:""i r. Knights Liiti.lini; 7:05 A.
•5:l r i r. f MoUvo, Demiog, V Kxpr's *9:00 A.
*->:15 p. lEI Paioaiiil K.a.-.tj Hmgr't *J:00 a.
7:35 p. /Ogden and East 1 Ezniea 7:00 a.
735 r. \ " " " Jiinign't, 7:00 A.
2:M p. Red Blnß', via Marym tile.... 10:15 a.
6KX) a. :-Jan PnnciMO, via'Bi-iiii:ia.. SMO p.
7:20 A.. •' ' • " .. 7:05 P.
I 2:50 p. '■ " " " . 11:25 A.
11:30 a. I " " "Mrermore 2:20 p.
! *10:00 a.I " '• " steamer... *6.00 a.
11:30 a. ?an Jost 220 P.
11:31 a. Stockton and Ga!t 2:20 p.
•5:15 P. •' " " »9:00 A.
•11:30 k. Tnhire r.ad Fresno
7:20 a. Ve'.iejo *11:25 a.
2:50 P. " t":'J5 P.
S. and I. 11. H.
•7:30 a. f Folsom, Latrobu and ) ♦1:55 p.
•3:00 P. ■; Shingle Springs / «10:-10 A.
a. For Morning. p. For Afternoon.
• Sundays ex<:epted. t Sundays only.
r ,* Freight and Accommudn'.iun Trains.
A. N. TOWN!:. General Manager.
T. H. GiX>bman, Cien'l lass, and Ticket Asent
jy'U
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
you KONoi.n.i;.
TiHH -fI.KNDID SBW R^OO- ,«, „.
Ton Stesm -bipgwlll leave r .ii" •+ ''?-,?&,
Company's VVhart, coruer Hteimrt Sv_jT at r?
>v.ii H<-.rrlc-.:i : ;:." '- n' :■" p m ".^SWWsJfIBa
i AI.A»IKT»A ...THI'RSDAY, NOVEMBER \rih
MAKIVOSA MONDAY. DECEMBER 2d
Freight. #.> Per Ton.
WKzcnodon titkta *X Rednaed Ratcn. Foi
; passase or ftuthei putlcalaiß, apply t;> J. D.
: .■>PRE('KZI^& KHOS.,A';i ':.;.,::-:i V^rtcl street,
corner FrcmoDi. 018-tf
'k' "&
W.F.PETERSON,
Maauracicring Confectioner!
nrOKTZB AST' KffiSßß IS AU. KINDS OF
foreign & Domestic hts, Fancy Boxes, etc
6iO £t2a.ci 620
J STREET, SACRAMENTO, CAL. '
Mutual Self Endowment and B. A. of L
•3.000. So. OOO nntl SIO.OOO Ortiticates
now rra.ly for IK.S9 , Ip to UM. One
hftn of a Cer ifirate Paid in Ca«h at the
Expiration of One-Oflh of a Holder'B : ■
ljpectanrv. Ijie«i](lrtraw the money. |
C. EC. DEKTTOia,
n6-Jptf Ui-uera; Ageut, No. i-?GJ street. (
BAGRAMENTO, MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1885.
CHANGED DAILY FOR C. H. OILMAN— NOVEMBER 9, 18So.
ALL SPECIALS! "
In the last few days onr Bayer has forwarded to us some of the most
attractive goods we have had to offer our customers this season. They
possess such merit as to commend them to all, as the prices we shall
sell them for is not, in some instances, one-fourth the regular value.
jigf TO-DAY
WE HAVE TO OFFER
100 Comforters from tlie Crocker Fire Sale!
THE.SK GOODS AUE THE BUST LOT WE lIATK HAD. THE MATERIAL
I> - TUKSb COMFORTAIH.ES ARE OF TUE 15EST FIGURED TURKEY RED
CALICO ON OMB BIDS, AND lIGIRED SATEEN OS THE UTHEK; EXTR4-
LABOB SIZES.
Price, $1 75 ; worth $3 50.
Double-width Twilled Cashmeres, in all shades, 1 7c
AVK CHALLENGE THE WORLD TO SELL AS GOOD A
WT" CARDIGAN JACKET
AS WE DO FOR ME PRICE.
We have a Tine " Albert" Jersey Cloth Jacket (fleeced lined), in fancy
stripes, for $1 0a; worth double.
Men's All-wool Cardigan Jackets (in different colors\ $1 50.
Men's All-wool Cardigan Jackets (in plain and different colored stripes
in front), $1 25.
Men's Ail-wool Cardigan Jackets (cassimere-finish), $2.
Men's All-wool Cardigan Jackets (extra-fine), $2 25, $2 50, $2 75 and
SpOa
Boys' Cardigan Jackets, 40 cents.
Men's Fine Wool Underwear!
'iiV' 11 *! S^ It *r'-I. D 2 i ."-- s:^' r o 5 I M « n>sßl »« »■><» «'»>• Shirts and Drawer*.'
«., ,- Si' ,„ ~ 5 ' * l oo> S1 ''• * 3 ' * ~ s cents, 90 cents, SI. SI 15, SI 40.
White »-lf n "!' - Sll i rt 'i *"'J |"-aw«'>-s!-85 Men's Outtfs Hair Shirt* ai.<l Drawers!
ceutB,Si;s>lB3.»ls0 f «J. Ts,«»,«taft,| «i 5 0, SI SH» nnfl *1 33. (Thene are
■■>v 4U. BXtromely pleasant goods to «e:ir.)
NEW GOODS THAT WILL BE SHOWN THIS WEEK!
One Case Silk Handkerchiefs, One Case Napkins, Oiie Case Ladies' Fanner
Satin Skirts, New Linen Handkerchiefs, New Laces, Ladies' Braided
Watch Spring Steel Wire Bustles, New Eibbons, New Figured Table
covers, etc.
TO-MORROXV !
Ladies' and Children's Celluloid Coral Sets (pin and ear
rings), in different designs. 1O cents.
:r,:e:d house,
Nos. 714 and 716 J street, and 713 ami 715 Oak Avenue. Sacramento.
UXDERTAKKRS.
J. FRANK GLAEK,
B»taty Coroner and Cadertjtber,
Wo. 1017 fourth street, between J cci X.— ;
i\-r%v% at hand the most compltt; fomik of j
Mjfrtakjiig Good* on theco**. Oountn *
Orders, day or night, vrill receive proSßiil s,t ]
lentkm. Talephoae Number, IS*. j«-«pli> .
W. J, KA7ASAUQS,
nTDEBTAKEB,
513 J street, bet. Fifth and Sixth. AJirnya osg
'n%iid 1 >..-.-•■ - •■■nrtment of Metaliic uidg
Wooden r . !)urial Cases, CoiLni c-ndfi
Shioudafui .^ '.AiCn order* wiil rsoelTK;
T'-'cmpi. .. ■■■:■. na short notice ard &; ti«s
Mre* . .re open day and ' "igb ■ t. a
,-^T- ■ .-, I lIJIHIUUBHUJJIL J.J..JL-LUU L
REEVES & LONG,
CNDEK TAKERS,
No. 000 J St., bet. Sixth and Seventh (north
side), hare on hand a complete -toei of
Coffins and Caskets, with Trimmings to
match. Ererythins new. Also, & Kiue^tock
of Shronds and Ha.its of Hie lattf t desigHß.
Orders attended to promptly.day or night. o3-
CNDEatTAKKSSa,
Ottoe in O4d Foliovrs' Temsla. f-.tcife »*« |
S atraeu.' Complete stock of LcStTMisTfr S
Goods aonjrtantly on hand. City wwS ooci- |
try ordsrs prtjicvdy mvhlm to, d -.j '•: \
nJurnt, at reswnable ratoa. jyl
MISCELLANEOUS.
KOHLER & CHASE,
SAN FRANCISCO.
HEADQUARTERS FOR BAND IXSTRC
ments and Band Knpplirs. l'ianos and Or
gans. o-"i-:'.MM\VFi:w.'m
MPJIOUOEBiuty,
CIVIALE TREATMENT^
!•:.- (..,,H.,.1 ,1.,,.,:. 1.,- fc :.r.«. Brala am • ", , .
. '•' ' : " ■ Giv.Bt- rtmontalil , I
X uMaJii *V[ ; ,; ' i >; ' : ' '^' ; ;'7';;iii^'; - : ' : '
WATERHOUSE & LESTER.
IiIPOKTKKS or
X^T-A-G-OPa HjTTTVr-^ticiTF^
AXli UAKRIAGE TKrSUUNO:§,
709, 711,713 and 715 J Street, Sacramento.
Nob. 16 to 22 Beale Street San Francisco
So. 15» rwnt Htreat fnl-tfi.. New York
O'NEAL & SON,
Dealers in all kinds cf
Wooa nll rl Coal,
Second Street, between L and M.
THANKING THE PUBLIC FOR PAST FA
rors. we soli-it a continuance. Wood and
Coal at the lowest pricts. Remember ws give
full weight and measure. «11-lplm
OPENING DAY.
MURPH V A OMARA. FORMERLY OF THE
Model .Saloon, have removed to
507 X street, between Fifth and Sixth.
Fine Beer, Wines, Liquors and Clear? on ban
Givensaeal!. ; :"-iplm
MISCKLLAMi'OUS.
CARD.
JB. HAYFORD HAVING HOUCIIT THE
. Interest of Hr. Sinay, 01 the Central Gro
cery, No. HIS J street, has associated himself
with L«i!i Salomon in a general Grocery Busi
ness, where lie will be happy to see "his old
friends mid former patrons. 027-lplm
J. F. HILL,
Nob. 1301 to 1333 J street, Sacramectu.
MANTTFACTHRER np
Csrriasccs, Bucs'luh. Ft-'^^^a
press, Thoroughbraee anilc-/u^Tvi \i'\ — &^_
yuarts Wagons. Dealer in Oak.^ 0 * 531 K^— -S:
Ash and Hickory Lumber; Hubs, ap.>kes. Fel
lies, Bows, Kirns, Shafts an:'. Poll ■ ! ifact-
UBt of the "LIGHTNIN3" EAY FIJE33. Send
f oi 'I&taloeues. o'Si-lptf
PAINTS AND OILS.
JI. CHADDERDON MPOBTER ANT> T'F.AL
. er in faints, Ollf, Varnishes, v. Ina 7 Gl&tf ,
Mixed I'aiuts. Artists' and Painters' ' ....riih',
Wall Taper, etc. No. 204 X at., SMnmootO,
o' '■']•''
EBNER BROS.,
TiCPORTERS AND WHOLEtiAI.S !•:■.. .L 8
WINES AKTJ L1(ji,(.:; ...
liS and 118 X St., bet. Front s.nd Second, oac
li'JM.- FOR THB Chi.nllhA i£u
POMMEKY AITD GBKSO CBA El \ : ~a.
025-lplai
NEUBOURG & LAG 13,
Star Mills and Malt House.
HOPS, MALT, PRODUCE, GRAIN, j OJSD
and Brewers' Supplies.
1016, 1018, 1030 Fifth xt., S i( < raintnto.
«3- Exchange Sold ou all the Principal Cities
of Enro]>e. n 1 -\ pt f
iHEUSER ST. LOUIS
B H: E! R ,
ON r.R'"OHT, AT
ORCHLER'S SALOON,
I WO..WBJ slrei-t. loao-lpim; Bacramcntu
PIONEER LIVERY STABLE.
T. D. SCKIATKK Proprietor.
HACKS ON «.ALL AT ANY HOUK, .j^
day or nigh:. Coupes, Phaetons. •/WSXi
RockawHys, Eiinnuues, Buggies, with"— E-B
-tha besi roadsters to be found in any livery
lUble on the ecast, for hire. Horses kept in
'irerr at reasonable rat<js. Livery Stable on
Fourth street, between I and J. nT-tj
WILL CERTAINLY CURE
Coughs, Coltln, BoaneßBM| Soro Tliroat,
Bronchitis, Inllnrnzn, Astlinm, Whoopins
Cougli, Croup and Kvery Affection of the
Throat. Lungs itid Chest, including Con
sumption.
BEWABS OF COUNTERFEITS.- 13m genu
ine hai on the ootslde trapper the signature of
"I. BUTTS" and t.ie printed name of the pro
prietors. SETH W. KOWLE i SONS, Bostou.
sold by dealers generally. m2B-lyMThiwly
to*.
Man and Beast.
Mustang Liniment is older tnan
most men, and used more and
more every year.
■«.
THE CHINESE.
t'XEASY FITLTM; PEBYABIHG
THE PACIFIC COAST.
T!:i- Situation in Washington Terri- |
tory— Proclamation by the l'rcs
idont—K;\storii Opinions.
IvPirinAl. nIBPATCHES TO TBS RXCOBD-OBTCOK,]
Seattls i\V. ;'.;. November 7th. — The i
Anti-Chinese Committee visited ilie Chi
nese this morning and notified them to
leave at once. Tbe feeling seems to grow
more bitter hourly. The revenue cutter
Oliver Wolc opp site the I
town all day. with guns trained on the j
Chinese quarter. Troops are now en route!
from Vancouver Barracks, and are expected ;
here this evening.
Evening. — Everything is peaceful here
at this hour — !J p. m. An enormous anti- ■
Chinese meeting is being held, hut trouble !
is not anticipated. The President's pr< da
mation ami the approach of troops have
had a dampening effect upon the agitation.
Seven companies of the Fourteenth In-;
l'antry will arrive here at - J a. m.
GOVBBHOB SQUIRE A.M. COLONEL BBE.
Olympla i \V. T., November 7th. — Gov- ;
ernor Squire, having had his attention !
called to an alleged remark of Chinese
Consul Colonel i'.ee. reported inthi
dispatches from San Francisco, published I
to-day, says : "Colonel Bee is mistaken. I
have declined to give anything to the press
except my proclamation. .No statements
emanating trom me have been published
except those permitted :;i Washington."
Ten companies of the Fourteenth United
States Infantry arc now en route to Seattle
by -request of the Sheriff of Pierce county !
and nther prominent persons. About 100 I
men will be left at Tacoma.
PBOMIRKHI [NDIVIDI \:.- LHDICTKD.
'Porti.asd Or.), November 7th. — The
!Hi ed States Grand Jury, in session at j
Vancouver, which is in the same Judicial
District as Tacoma, have been engaged for ]
t\V'> days investiftating the charges of i:i- j
tinddating the Chinese, ll is learned to- '
nit-ti; on reliable authority '::..■ 32 citizens i
of Tacoma have been indicted under Sec
tin i SSIG of the Itevised Statutes, and that
all will be arrested on Monday morning.
Aciom: those indicted arc Mayor Weis
■i:»h. the Police Judge and theedii I
two papers.
fBOOPS : OB PUGKT BOUND.
loun.AMi (Or.l, November 7th.— Ten
coßipanies of the Fourteenth In.
judt left Vancouver Barracks forPugei
PRiX'LAMATIOJt liV THE PRESIDENT.
Washington, November7th. — The Presi
dent to-day issued the following proclama
tioti:
Whereas. It i- represented to rae by the
Govornor of the Territory .>t Washington that
domestic viiileiiee exists within said Territory.
Bml Hint through unlawful obstructions iiu'il
combinations, and the assemblage ofevll-dls
paaeapersotir, it lias become impracticable to
enforce, by the ordinary course of judicial pro
ceedings, the laws of the L'nited Stab - al & atl c
ami at other points and places within said Ter
ritory, whereby life uml property ure there
threatened and endangered; and whereas, the
Legislature of sai.l Territory eaunot Le con
vened, in the Judgment of the President au
emergency has arises, and a case is now pre
aented which justifies ami requires under the
Constitution and laws of the united States the
employment of the military to suppr
mestic violence and enforce the faithful execu
tion of the laws of tbe Dnited States, If the
command and warning of this proclamation r>e
disobeyed and disregarded.
Now, therefore, I.GroverCleveland, President
of the united States of America, Jo hereby i om
nmud ami warn all insurgents and all persons
who have assembled at any point within said
Territory of Washington iV.r the unlawful pur
poses aforesaid to desist therefrom and disperse
and retire peaceably to their respective abodes,
on or before 12 o'clock meridian on the Bth day
of Kovember lost., and [do admonish all good
citizens ol the United states, and all persons
within the limits or juris.liciii.7i thereof, against
aiding, abetting, countenancing or inking any
part in any Bocb unlawful acts <>r assemblages.
in witness nrherof, I have Bet my band, and
caused the seal of the United States to be here
fixed.
I'ono at the city of Washington, this 7th day
i ol November, In the year of our Lord one thou
| sand eight hundred and eighty-five, and of the
independence of tbe United States the one hun
dred and tenth. gbi ivbh Cleveland,
By the President.
T. K. Bayaed, Secretary of State.
AP.P.IVAI. OF TBOOFS AT SEArrLE.
B'" .. ,\V. T.), November Bth.— Ten
companies of the Fourteenth Infantry, CoL
Derussy commanding, arrived here at 2 30
this morning. Tuey were met at the depot
by an immense crowd, but no den:'
tioii was made. Two companies of local
militia guarded the track as the train came
in, and kept the people from approaching
the ears. Soon after arriving, the troops
marched to the quarters prepared for them
in Chinatown, where they are now sta
tioned. The display of force made by the
Government has been so strong as toover
awe the anti-Chinese element, and no dis
turbance has taken place, except a few
personal enc iunt( rs between citizens and
half-intoxicated - ildii rs. ;be
ceive.i three months' pay yesterday, and
are spending money freely. The feeling
against the Chinese among the private sol
diers seems to be fully as great
as among the laboring men. Several times
to-day parties of soldiers have attacked
Chinamen, as they consider them to blame
for ih.-ir having been ordered here. In one
instance a soldier found beating Chinamen
was thoroughly whipped by a Knight of
Labor who happened to be present. The
tro ps are supplied with five days' rations.
if is probable that most of them will be
withdrawn at the end ..:' that time, and not
more than 100 will remain in Seattle. The
agitators are hard al wi rk among the pri
vates, and are beginning I i express a belief
that they would not protect the Chinese in
'■as ' trouble. There is. however, no
probability of a conflict. Governor Sou ire
is here with the troops, and General Gib
bon is- expecte 1 this evening.
AX UJTBBNATION.4X QUESTION.
Sxattli i\V. T.i. November Bth.— The
British t'unsul at Port Fownsend claims
thai Borne of the Chinamen run out of
Tacoma are British subjects, and states that
Che matter will be submitted to the British
(■overimiciit, to tukc such action as i< sees
fit.
ALL SERENE IN WALLA WALLA.
Walla Wall* (W.T.), November Bth.
—No agitation exists against the Chinese
here or at any other place east of Walla
Walla. The Chinese are employed solely
as servants, no corporations or manufactur
ers employing them. There are no whites
to cook or work in families, and until there
are. the Chinese cannot be dispi nsed with.
The arch agitator, who would lik.' I
a hand, N debarred by accepting office, and
is anxiously expecting his commission
from Washington, and the few others wh i
rise like scum to the surface on just
occasions arc looking for a plum also; so
there will be do trouble. Business nun
here are opposed to movements lookii
an exo'lin of the Cbini
A PSACKTUL AGITATIOX.
Btocktok, November 7th. — There has
been >i" anti-Chinese violence in this city,
bat a peaceful agitation has been going on
for - ime weeks ;■.■-:. '1 be property-owners
: the Bint Ward, in which Chinatown is
■ I, hayi subscribed $3,000 to assist in
getting Chinatown outside of the city lim
its, and wi:l make the amount $10,000 if
needed. The regular anti-Chinese organis
ation is known as the Citizens 1 Protective
Organization, of which Supervisor Intrlis
is Chairman and Councilman File Secre
tary. The Executive Committee of seven
includes ex-Congressman Bndd and the
eilitora of the Ma 3 and Independent, and
City Attorney Smith. The committee have
drafted stringent ordinances, which have
become laws, for the suppression of the
Chinese nuisances, similar to the recent
ordinances of San Francisco. There U lit
tle doubt the Chinese will be removed from
the city limits, as the best class Ol citizens
lead in the movement
CHUBI EXPELLED FROM I'AS.U'KNW.
Los Angei.es. November 7th.— A dispatch
to the JSeening Exprttt this morning from
Pasadena says: About ß;3o o'clock Friday
evening a lire broke out in a <. imi.>se wash
house on Fair Oaks avenue. An alarm
iven, and the populace, from brand
near, rushed to the scene. The building
where the fire started was totally destroyed :
also the one on the north, a restaurai
by W. Follett. The building on the south
side, lately used as a meat market by Will
iam Buttner, cuiif:!it fire ami was torn
down alter tlie most of it had been con-
Mimeil. Mullin's block, on the south, was |
saved by the exertions o£ tlie citizens. The \
boildings destroyed were all one-story '
frame affairs. Tin 1 washhouse, owned by
C. Heisey.w-;iH worth aboal 1100 ; do insur
ance. The Chinese tenant, who i■:n 1 just
got in, says be lost $1,000. The restaurant j
building w;io owned by the same person, :
and was valued at $250 : no insurance. Mr. j
Follett lust about .f^J'J in furniture, pi ■;
urcs, etc.; no insniance. The boil
next adj oning the restaurant on the north j
was damaged $20, Ail tbe structures wer« !
owned by J. Heisey. The moat market j
next to Mullin's block was owned by A. F. |
Mills. As to the cause of the fire there :irc j
conflicting statements. The t Chinese wash
man says that :•. white man .f boy threw a
stone in through the door which Btr
lamp, thus Bring the building. Others say ■
that the Chinamen -Acre] laying dominoes ;
and started the Bre themselves. A boy
says he saw tbe Chinaman subsequently j
endeavoring to fire the Mnllin block i:i 1 1 ■"- - |
'■'•-■'■'■ and score 1 him off. Loud U
were made against the Chinamen, and a
rush was made for the other Chinese b
in the rear of those destroyed on Mills
street, bul better judgment prevailed and
they v. till Saturday to remove.
meeting o"i nion
■Id at T. 11.I 1 . Lnkens'. D. C. R
presided, and Charles A. Gardner acted as
S';t' ::: :;.-. \: o utiona were adopted to the
eflect that it is the sentiment of the com
munity thai no Chinamen be allowed in
Pasa lena within the limits boundi
Orange Grove and Lake avc ■ ■ ali
forniaand Mountain avenues, the)
the outside .-tree:- of the town; that all
Chinamen be notified to leave, and piven a
reasonable time to do bo ; that where they
have paid advani ■ d n ; ts, i och ad\ <
returned to them, and that no mob law !;■•
allowed in Pasadena. The Chinamen, as
soon :us the above facts were made known,
made arrangements torem ive. They im
mediately leased a trad of land from Thos.
Banbury on the outskirts of the town, and
already the work ol building up a
Chinatown has commenced.
Latkb— Under Sherifl Thomi
ground. The Chinese have all gone auii
peace prevails.
THE FJKLIKG AT OTHEB FLACKS.
Santa Cbcz, November 7th.- A public
being hi Id here to-riijrht under
the auspices of the Anti-Coolie League to
the Chim ■ -i and the
of freeing the city rrnm their j»i>- -. .
Bernhein s Hall, where the meeting is
• •{iiwdoil with ci'.inens, and speechi -
it!'.-' l"i;. made by local orators. There
threats of a forcible remon
the Chiiii je, but no such ill-considered ac
tion will robably be taken.
lioi.i.ii ek, November 7th. — No public
inoveiiiL'Bt lias yet been made n
inn the jSnti-Chinese feeling. The public
am, however, is ripe tor action. The
; [■'■•■ heirtily indorse ami will act in con
cert witl! any law-abiding movement cal
culated ■ beirefit wiii'.e labor a.s opposed to
Mongolisa.
Ni.v.io; City, November 7th.— Tbete is
not likc^j to be any anti-Chinese movement
made here, a.s the heathens mostly occupy
quarters) ly themselves, well removed from
the Im.-iness part of the city. The number
of rhiusnieii in this city and vicinity is
less than it has been for j-ears, and a
iiuently the encroachments upon labor are
corresjiqiidingly diminished.
Tvcsol (A. T.), November 7th.— A strong
feeling i; prevalent here against the Chi-
Jiesc. wlio h:i\v absorbed nearly all the
small tiding stores, restaurants and wash
houses, j An organizcxl movement Is in
progresl to determine definite action. Many
Mongofiiuis are coming hurt' from Mexico.
ITS VIKW-.
Nkw York, November 7th.— The Tribiint
treat- the Chinese removal question with
more intelligence than usual. Ii begins to
perceive that the oppi sition to the t Ihinese
on the Pacific coast and the adjacent Ter
ritories i- not confined to the European
laboring class, bul is well nigh universal
among the settlers. It say- : --it haa !■. en
often demonstrated that laws become ftt
tile when they are in opposition to the
prevailing sentiment of the community
where it is s.nulii to apply them. This is
the trouble in Washington Territory :i;
present. The feeling against the Chinese
Js so genera] that probably no jury can be
brought to convict any person charged
with intimidating li.t'rn. Should this
prove to be the case, it. is an interesting
question what the Government will do
next It has comparatively free scop.- for
action in the Territories, therefore the sig-
Dificanceol whal it does there is propor
tionately great. The failure to protect the
Chinese in Wyoming and WashJ
Territories can only encourage move ntents
against them elsewhere, and it is m
possible, if they believe themselves put
outside of the pale of the law, that they
may solve tU« problem for us by leaving
the country. But if they do not' and fall
back upon their treaty rights, it is difficult
to Bee now the case will be met. The prac
tical impotence, on the part of the I'niii.l
Statt-s Government, to maintain it- con
ventions with foreign powers is a con
tingency, so far as we know, unprovided
for any where, and yet foreign powei
likely to infer this impotence from tin
failure to extend pr ction to the <'hine.se
subjects residing in the L r nited States. It
is a difficult situation, and the key to it has
not yet been found."
PACIFIC SLOPE NEWS.
[LASI NIGHT'S DISPAI HE RECORD
CALIFORNIA.
Tlie Powen Murder- Confession of One
of the Assassin*.
Hollistkb (San Benito county), No
ber Bth. — Friday night the detect ivi
formed 8. W. Alexander, tin- fathi r ol
Richard Alexander, who is undergoing a
preliminary examination, that they, bad a
warrant for his arrest, and they gave him
one hour in whic^fc |.i-«-|iaiv. ' ileforo the
lime was up he s*Sl that lit: was j . j < • ■■■, hi
at two meetings regarding the proposed
action about Dr. Powers, but that he bad
nothing to do with the conspiracy or the
killing. He admitted thai blsson bad, and
stilted that he would influence him to make
a confession. His son, Dirk Alexander,
was accordingly removed from the County
Jail, anil made a confession and :<
ment to detective Lawson. The detective!
are reticent regarding the contents of the
statement, but aeeniiugiy well-posted par
lie-; say that the conlVs'i'.n Bbows that the
shootings as done by one of thi Bye par
ties present lit th ; IdUine, namely : Andrew
Irwin.John T. Prewett, Fred. Fowlea, Dick
Alexander and Marion Th pson. They
also say that it charges that the conspiracy
or hanging were taken part in by 8. P.
Ashcraft, J.-aao Slaven, Enoi h Meylar,
Charles Gilbert. R. W. Chappell, J. B
Hawkins, N. D. Page, ,W. 1.. Hawkins,
Henry Watson, Charles Chapman and
William Hasbrock, in addition to the par
ties already mentioned, it is conoeded
that young' Alexander has made :. .
i - .;-: ti-.c and com lusrive :. and
statement, !l> admitted that he i
of the co-conspirators, and now, ii
sideration of go irantei 1 from
punishment, be tells all that 1
Justice Hofman n
Henry Williams and <'!, . pnian,
anil remanded without b I • and
Thompson. < lhapman wag irumi <>'. . i:«-i y re
arrestedand is now in jail, his c
having been set for Wednesday. \\ ,
Hasbrock, who was released on his own
recognizance yesterday, was rearrcsted and
is in jail. Prewett and Irwin, the alli-'.-'-d
principal conspirators, who have bet
on $10,000 bail, pursuant to the order of
Superior Jndge Breen were taken into the
custody of the Sheriff. Mi J.< Monroe,
I to have received and destr >ye i the
important land papers in the possession of
l>r. Powers immediately prior to his d
is also under um-.-i. A warrant is out for
Richmond Stice, who i- now believed to be
in Cohisa county.
UDfOVAX. 01 "■"" KB X) BATBB iJI'AK
TKH-.
lloi.i.i-tki:. November 6th. — The. excite
ment continues over the development! in
the Powen case. Detective Lawson took
Dick Alexander, the conspirator who con
fessed, t'i Han Jose to-day. His where
abouts wa's ki:j>i secret last night, and the
train stooped to-day half a mile from town
to take bun on board, it being feared that
friends of the arrested would attempt vio
lence, and it was not deemed Mite for him
to board the train at the depot, 'i be Sheriff
and two Deputy Sheriffs, the Chief of
Police and two detective* were present ut
the place where Alexander was placed on
the train, to guard against any demonstra
tion, but nothing of the kind was aU
cd. Mrs. j. c. Monroe, alleged to have
yed the land office documents taken
WH =iLH NO 10,781.
from Powers' body, was not brought in
oa account o iei leli ate condition. It is
presumed thai Alexander's confession will
be made public tomorrow. It is already
definitely understood that in it he states
that the shol which killed Powers was
Bred ■■■;; John T. Prewett, who all alougbas
been accused of being the prime instigator
of the murder, on account of land troubles
between him and deceased. The agitation
continues greater to-day, if [x'ssiWo than
heretofore, and the county is in ;i Mate Of
feverish excitement regarding the crime,
which has already placed sixteen well
known and generally prominent citi
in jail, wirJi prospects of otb.er implication.
AUivu. M BAH JOSC
Josk, November Bth.— Alexander,
who confess* d •■> complicity in the murder
of Dr. Powers, in Bear valley, Ban Benito
county, in whirl-, himself am"! a numb*
■ • : ras brought to this
<iiy this and lodged in the coun
ty jail, where he will i c kepi in close con
finement. This . taken for the
s:iv;y of ' !■•■ pri oner,
i'im- Becldenee Destroyed by Fire— I><s
peruJr Burglar Captured.
Red Bli :: . V : light,
at 8 o'clock. Genera] N. P. Chipman's r«d
dence, jpm Manzanita ISiiuhts. ;• mile
northwest of town, was destroyed by
Nothing beyond a few paintings and
ornaments m A high south «:::!!
was blowii g i n.' ■ ■ . 't
be library fine. The loss is
about $12,000; partly insured.
La 'i nighl ■ 12 o'clock, :: man
named Bro* i broke into the n
Mrs. S. P. Frank, on Jefferson street with
intent to commit r ibbery. Johnny, the
■ ■ he noise, and canghl the man
ig oneshot and preparing to
discharges second. His mother and sister
went to his assistance, and between the
three the] held him until assi tancecame.
[n iho .-■ .■ c scoiudrel h\- the fti
of Mrs. Prank, and beat the I ( ■.
: .i was found false keys, a veil, false
beard, knife, :i number of rings, a new
watch and ■?!"! in coin. He «
over to Sherifl Martin at once, and i- now
ely locked ::i>.
Oroeerj Burglarized— lllner IT::rt.
\: Ida, November Bth. — The V-fl
grocery store at. Gold Flal wj i entered l>y
burglars lost night, and $60 stolen from the
[t if sup] ■■■'■■ he .'■■-'■ to the
. . '•■ ii i- ft off, as '.lit; safe was n< I
Sanruel Curtis had his hand
last niyiit in the Providence mine, by ;i
piece of sharp rock that fell from a i
ing wall.
Stiititio in I'olsotli Prison.
Polsom, November Bth. — John McHanu^,
serving a twelve-j in the P
Prison for assault t < > murder in Nevada
county, committed suicide to-day by cut
ting bis throat.
The Weather.
Ukd Blctt, November Bth.— Rain
been falling with light tote
■!.:, last. XttrtaU is gentle an<t
WftTDi. and has dope much to insure a suc
cessful i;.. - rheriver it ng rapidly,
and the ground is full of water.
Ex-Senator Sliaron'n Condition Death
M<-:ncnisrily Expected.
San Fbaxcbco, Kovember Sth. — It was
currently reported at .'! o'clock this after
noon that ex-Senator Sharon was dead.
E\vn the doctors in attendance thought for
a moment that be had passed away, bul he
;!j;ain rallied, tnd before another minute
had passed be gave evidence of tli.it pecu
liar vitality of which he Is possessed, rrom
that hniirnpto 10 o'clock this evening he
rested easily, speaking only when spoken ■
to. Abiiut 1 1 o'clock he seemed weaker, '
and ai the |>u-s.-n; !,..;:.- (1 1;30) hia deatli is
momentarily expected.
OREGON.
Special Stssion of tlio Legislature.
Salmi, November Bth. — Many rueniberd
<">f the Legislature are here, and the entire
delegation from Portland and Eastern
Oregon will arrive tomorrow, in time for
the opening oi the special Bession, which
meets at 2 o'clock. There will be very few
I absentees. The all-absorbing question is
the >' natoria] contest, and nothing is
known positively <»n that score.
PASSENGERS FROM THE EAST.
Pbohohtort (U. T.), November 7th. -The
following overland passengi ts passed here
to-day, to arrive in Sacramento Novem
ber9th; Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Annie Keller,
Oniaba; J. W. Hall and wife, .!. Hall. Dcs
Moines; L E. Gieschen, 11. 1-. Gii
Oakland; W. B. Sargent. New York; L.
N. Combs, Springfield, Mo.: G. H. Kirk,
Philadelphia; 1.. Beveridge, !!
Thomas Job, John Job, H. Odgers, E. W.
Spaulding, J. Duncan, 1.. Donellyel
family, ('uster. Dakota: W. Payne. E 1'
Bailey, 1:. il. rain;. W. H. McAllister, San
Francisco; Mrs. A. W. Shaw, .\ . I
and wife. Mi-s Bertie Bird, Miss
Bird, Dr. C. C. Olmstead and
c; Mrs. J. s. Levens, Indiana.
PROMOOTOBT, November Bth.— The }'■.!
lowing passengers passed here to-di
arrivein Sacramento on the 10th in-t : S'.s.
Kiknna, Japan; T.S. White, Grand Bap
ids; Mis- Jordan, ,1. Moti and wile. Hono
lulu; EL B. Ashman, U.B. N.; K. L. Wat-
Bon, CO. Connor, T. \V. Murphy, I'm.w
dence; Miss A. Piper, Baltimore; \\\
McClure, Miss M. !i. Hoger, Mrs. M. H.
Mart;!., i.. K. Morcom, H.Carlile, G.Carlile",
A. ( ■-■';<. • Ihicago ; Mrs. G. W. Vande
0. Benondier, Miss V. McDonougb, T. C.
! Mise ' ■!. i »'Lary, Boston : Mrs. J. B.
Russell and son. Mrs. B. A. Ban i
Mandlebaum and wife, Mrs. M. E S
Mrs. Arthur W. Moore, Dr. H. \V. Sawtelle,
Mr-. .!. Kile, G. W. Curtis, Mr-, s. Eri
C. H. Paining, .1. Bradley, W. C. Nip
1. Bonn, Si sco : Mrs. <'. Hollana,
Mrs. M. A. Wilson, Mrs. 0. .1. Ray
mond, W. S. Jones and wife, Mis, C
Helm, Mi-- k. Flynn, G. Hart, New York;
Mrs. D.S. Karrick, Miss K. Karri, k. il.
Meyer. Oakland ; ilvaa H. Fulton, L. Barr
ana family, J. Jane, Minnesota ; Mi
Blair, Albany; P. P. Walker and wife,
Wyoming; A.M. Stuart and wife, Penn
ia : K. M. Bissell, Mrs. m. ( :
Mrs. E. A. Lanbaugh, Ohio; J. W. Ro
Mrs. M. H. Williams, California ; .!. Weiss,
Switzerland; C.F.Williams, New ■•
.\!is> Hi ' - Ireland Etingre, M
i .. !:■■. yes, G. W. B
I.Turner, L. Taylor and wife, i:. L.
Wills and wife, Miss E. Wells, Miss M. J.
ii, Miss E. A. Williamson, Mrs.
L. J. Willi tllinois; 11. i
am, Milwaukee; I>. A. Va
Tuian- ; Miss C. Morey, Mi>s >.
Halpin. M. H. rrick. \V. 11. I. :i. ; r j
A. Applesby, T. <\ LitchSeld, J. M
■ tts : A. S. !'• n
i : J. Davis. Denmark ; if. *'.
.-!:■! family, J. Doanne, Maine ; J.
13. Wo I . :-• t and fam
ily. )'.. F. Randall. A. Brown, J. Pulvi
"i . '.■■
F. Vance W. H. Palmer, !'. W. Robii
mont; Mrs. C. Dolivar, Mrs. I. Shipman,
; C. M. ijnt
tery, Indiana; W. .'. Woodworth, Nova
'■•; . !:. i barles, \\ , Mansfield.
West \ irzinia ; Mrs. A. Estetle, Mrs. M. !•:.
:' i-.v.-r. Mrs. 5. .!. Hackett, J. 1.. 1:
:ih'l wife, V. Roberta, i!. B. McNutt, I-:. J.
an ! wife, (owa ; K. >'. I
D. A. Mi ii, ;:::!. i Colorado ;
Hovey, E. E. Kegnr,
Canada; G. Garbode, New York; V>'. 11.
Wanderry, Missouri; .1. Ilolman, BSng<
land.
h'.i.i, November Bth. — The follow
■i Newhall
■ em &
9th : I'r. \YV | wife.
Mrs. t Mrs. C. A. Lot
Mrs. S. K. Griswold, Loe A :: . . • ;•.■-; : Dr. M.
Fernandez, F. Kelley, W. Goucher, E. J.
Baldwin and wife. Mrs. WUson, S. 11. Da-
I wife, Martin Prank, Ban Prai
M. J. Koca. F. InderstroUi, 8. K. Delong,
Miss M. Hunter, Arixona ; W. 8. Dale, !:.
Gird, C. A. Carpentec, Pomona;
Brown, Jr.. Mrs. Byron Waters, Miss ' llaxa
Waters. Ban Bernardino ; Miss Lodwig, •!.
K. Fanram, W. I*. Smith. Oakland; Mi ■
A. Gibbons, T. F. Gibbons, Geo. Smith,
Win. Mott and «\i.-, Miss E. Mont
New York . E.C. Smith, <;. LAvinimi
wife, San Jose : < !ms. Vounftman, B. IJurk
bardt, Texas . F. C. Bell, Chihuahua,
ice,; W. J. Wallace, Connecticut ; H. Sn-iii,
Benson, P. Reaze, Mistonri ; Mh. a
>H-tt. Washington Territory ; G. A.Aldrich
i; r. M. Sanger, j. H. Moss, Mil
waukee; H. B. Waldo, ('. 8. Garrett, New
Mexico i:. F. Whittlesey, [■'. Abbes. Kan
■as; F. Harrigan, New Orleans; F. Ham
mond, Chicago; J. Marron and wife, Mrs.
key, Win. Kelley, N< w York; R.H.
( bapman, Washington", D. C; R. H. Pond,
F, Ryan, Kansas; C. W. ('allahai.

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