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SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
VOLUME LIV.-NO. 69.
DAILY J^QRjHMOg 1
«aMnd ut tire Poet OOce at sacnmenro as w-'-ond cb* i natter I
PM.T.isiIED BY THE
SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY.
l'ublication Office, Third ft., bet. J anil K. I
THE DAILY KKCOBD-UNIOX
shed cv, .-;. clay of the week, Sundays ei- 1
cepted. Double. -h . iJays.
For one ycer 96 00 I
Forslxmontiiii ]
For three months 2 00 I
■ aerred liy Curriers at Fifteen I
f'ENTs i^rwtek. In all Interior < iti.-.- and towns I
[he paper can be ha<l of the principal l'uriodical I
Ccalers, Kcvancn und agents.
THE V.KKKLV UNION
Is the cheapest &nd nm 5 t deairabk) Home. Ken I
and Literary Journal pobliihed uu the I'uciiic I
coast. ,^
Terms, One Year „ $2 <*> I
ttAMKD— LOST— FOUKD. I
WANTED— BT A SIN<;!.E GENTLEMAN" I
employed at the State Capitol, v room I
and board '.:: a pi ivate f.nr.ily where French or I
Sennas It ipoken. :•. .. • a. Ji.," lii
Union otHi-r-'. uT-tf I
AN INTELLIGENT WIDOW LADY, WITH I
out child, de*ire6 a situation as b
i ■. iijiry uot jo much m: i i com- I
fortible h me. < - 712 Fourteenth I
street, l-i ■'■■.■■ t-ro (J and H,. c ncra:aento. i:
LAI'Y AGENTS OF TACT WANTED FOR
our Bast ami Fora Develop*-]*; no I
■ i by Physician*. Write for 1
td terms. EHIE MED. C > .
ABVERS.— WE WAVE ON HAHDBOMEI
i and Scandinavian I
thai we can tarnish you at i!i«- 1
Be Apply to llOl'sTiiN ,v 00., I
ymeot Office, ruurth aud X streets, I
FOR SALE^TtT LET."
SALE— A RANCH OF 140 ACRESME I
i:ii''. 1 milt- frc.m R. It. !><.-;«>•. -hi n - fff I
at for Fruit and Vim.-: 1~ I
House; natural water, etc. For further I
the owner, 5.0.1
ago. o7 a
v
JS Qraln Land ■> mllta from tlic i'iij
. Inquire at ill J street "** 1
::•■ jw •
M.I. ONE BROWN HOBS!
J} 9 yean old, and one Cray Mare, o^iT**
make a g 1 team;^su2A
the mttn i ; ; fine i- :_L r y animal. Inquire at --!
TMreet.ol AH LOI LE, who will also famish
Tall kinds of lulior.
n5-lw*
|X>K KFN". -THREE BOOHS, FURNISHED
I , . keeping; ha I
lit Ms N uret-t. ni-lw*
i~1Al:;. ' . . ■ .
\JT AiN' - I ■ d ■■■ sand Ingrain;
oue more .-■ ; and ~ : i'riiik' Bed, new style
at CHAS. :.;. cami-bei : btreet We
.. nge. Upholstering and Re
-730 AND 722 E -TiIEET, «=JI
X- tw< I ■ -ins :mhl one 9*j||
: -■'■'•- WiA
Kill be rented for CIO each. Apply
to CARL STROBEL, .1.1 ■ :.---t. olb-lf
riYJ RENT— ON SHARES. 1,500 ACRJ
_l li: , tracia to suit, to parties
who can furnish thenuelves. A;'i>iy to or ad-
Oreai ÜBE E. M. WILSON, Kit Grove, Sacra
meutocoiu.iy. oai-lm*
TJK)R BALE— AN t)LU ESTABLISHED GRO-
J} eery Businea, on one of the principal
streets. For particulars apply to HALL, I.I'HRS
4 C0., Sccoiul Etreet, between 1 audJ, Sacra-
TJWR SALE— A HALF OR m~m X 3
J; whole intereM in the West- Oir?" -^?Sy'
crn Hotel Hac-kins: two Carriages l*3<^\*i*'
and four Horses ar.d Harness. For »
farther particulars, luquire at ihe Office or ol
the Driver. 0'.5-tf
TO LET-A Ni;w HARD-FISISHED^ftft.
I hou.-e; nine renrus, bath, gas and all K|;j
modem convtuiences. biqniie at ISM " Mif'"
ROOMS! BOOM9t— Na HD$, NORTHEAST
corner of Wghth a;id X streets; handsame
rooms, tingle or i:; suitei; the ln.-st rooms in the
;:iy. prices reasonable; streetcars from the de
jx't i^uss the iloiii every live miuutes; strictly
t:rvt cla.-v- .:. i very rc-|>' r-t.
812-tf ' Ml:s. (JKICF., Proprietress.
WORK HORSES FOR SALE.
INQUIRE OF 1.. <:. TODHUNTEB,«a
L *t wi-st end of rtHcrameuto and J«(»a\X
Yolo Bridge. !lLi m
JL i^^llTilfeJed or improTßd
«mill ... largo farm of any kind, make it ■
£oint ' \Ui. BTUOBEL, the Bro.
er. 821 J Btraet, dacntcaaQU). o* i»tcdM
_^_^
FOR 3FB.EJXU-T 1 .
Plill.l. FARM. LYING r
i] i city limits or Sacramento, '•*{*
d, containing 10U"*"
c li '.nl. and having 60 > tx ai .n» r
- and Dt:n r
ai^ll ' new Hous large Hun:-.
etc.: will be rented for one year or a
:.-> terms, it applied for at
For particulars apply on the farm to F.
LOWELL lil-lw*
STOCK F«IRM FOR SALE.
w ynn HI i' BEFORE NO-
N,I..M'U. rember lO'.h. 520 acres of line
n - can be
:, plenty • I ».r. . and timber; 60
- fence; with a frame Dwell
■ ■'. a good
:.ni^!'. - Blacksmith Phop, with
. -, Can ig '- use; Stone Ullk-hou c e anil
therO i Living Spring. Also, 15 head
f Moli o iths to I ■
ucludlus 10 !'■: '. Siarea); Pour-horse Wagon;
ew B new Sulky Hake and
ther Fanning Implements; l> Cows; 11 Year
■ ijts i . Angora: 75 Bogs;
L,OOO "m'k Po ts; 80 to ! I
Wood <'i;t aud corded. Js
Seek, wit the year round, runs
hroiiu-.. Is is a good bargain. Sit
uated C in, Amador county,
•850— Twenty sores one and one-half miles
run l ineof c. P. v. R. Ail cleared
■\7C^. "F>. COIjB 3VT A. TST,
gSS .1 (trfwt, SHrr:imcuto. Jy2l-lptf
•!(i\r.V TO LOAN.
Money_to Loan!
tootsox- tie Alsip,
!,r m. ESTATE AGENTS,
fourth »t....!51j-tn.. Sa<-rnmento.
MONEY TO LOAN
/-^VN REAL ESTATE AND LOANS NECiO
\J Uated by P. BUHL, ;'J3 J street, au'.-tf
SaCRAMEKTO FUSING MlLL^^j
Af ANTFAtnTRKRSOFDOORS, 6<U -IV tyTi
1»1 Windows, Bliuds, Moldings. |Kn--.'
Finish I'oor a:nl Win.io\vJ"riimes.
Brackets and l\iruing stair Work '-rClr J
a Specialty. Jti.. -
«j- Ootni r Front aurt Q streets, . Sf - J
6acramen;o. I ff ~
EWKLU HOTCUKISS Si •>■! M.KKH,
022-<i)ltn
JAMES McCAW'S
>od <fc Co«».l ~¥a.rcL
. ulrfel. lirtween Fifth and SWtli.
CHKAPEBT IN TuWN. ANY KIND OR
:i:itiiy of Wood, Ooal, Coke. Charcoal i
Ig at the lowest prices. Wellington
Eeattli Coals a specialty. weUoiU an
Es guaranteed.
j^ JAS. McCAW, Proprietor.
A. P. OSBORN'S
and Coal Yard, No. 806 I street.
UNG'i i IN. S EATTLE, SCOTCH, SPLINT
& Io:,e t oals. Also, Coke, Pine and Oak,
1. Ptteh rtne, and Pine Kindiin?: 4-100 l
Second-growl !. Oak and Stove Wood delivered
promptly. ThLSfHONR. No. 66.
ni-iptf W. K. OSBORN. Proprietor
ODORLESS JXCAYATOR.
CE3SPOOLS AND VAULTS CLF.AXED
oheap asd free from all offensive t>dors.
Orders left at Carpenter's Wood an -I <oal Yard,
426 X ttrect; or at Pac:3c ?<larket, 7^5 J street,
will be promptly attended to.
016-*DSm J. H CAMPBELL A OO
Mutual Self Endowment and B. A. of A.
53.000. 55.000 and 810,000 Cert ideates
now rpudr for ISB9 BO to lx'.ir.. One
flftb of ii Cer.iUcutc Paid in Cash at the
KxpiraUon of One-HUh of a UoUler's
Kxpcctancr. Live ai<tl <lra« the inouey.
C 3. S. DEKTTOTff,
wttfU General Agent. No. 806 J street
HALE BROS. & CO.
The completeness of our
assortment is well-known.
Our qualities and prices
fully established.
DRESS GOODS!
All the new leading Fall styles are to be found collected here.
The extent of the variety is much larger than ever before. BOUCLE
seems in great favor, not only here but elsewhere. The demand is
greater than for any other line of Dress Goods in the market.
23-inch Striped Boucle Suitings, in all the
leiiding- colors, 25 cents a yard.
42-inch All-wool Striped Boucie, in solid
colors, $1 a yard.
42-inch A!l-wt>ol Striped Boucle!- This
stripe is pin-head check, with Boucle
line border, at $1 20 a yard.
42-inch AH-wdol Striped Boucie for trim
ming; dark ground shades, with stripe
of lighter shade in same color inter
mixed with bright lines, $1 50 a yard.
42-inch AU-wool Boucle Dress Plaids, in
New Combinations, at $1 75 a yard.
42-inch All-wool Boucie Trimming Checks,
at $2 a yard.
42-inch All-wool Solid Boucle, in dark
colors. Price, $2 50 a yard.
New Combination Suits in Camel's Hair,
with solid squares of Boucle on border
of the goods for trimming suits, $19.
42-inch All-wool Boucle Checks, in bright
patterns. Price, $2 75 a yard.
We have the Plain Goods to match all
these patterns of Boucle Dress Goods,
ranging in price from 50 cents to $1 25
a yard.
9&- ORDERS BY MAIL FILLED UPON RECEIPT. ■"©«
HALE BROS. & CO.,
Sv>. 829. H?,l, R33, SS6 X street, an;! 1026 Ninth street, Sacramento.
MILLINERY. ~
MiUinery!
nrSBSSFECTFDLLT INFORM THE LADI>
YV c! Bacramento ami vicinity that w
srf prepared to show our Fall Importation o
FRENCH HATB AND BONNETS. Also, lv
Uni - of all NOVELTIES pertaining to the m
MRS. BARBER & PEALER,
031 J st.,t.i-t.M\ili BBeventb, Bacramento
■ >■_".'- 1 ] v.m
FRUITS, SEEDS AM) PHOMXE.
W. R. STRONG~&TCO.,
ptOUXia-vON ICKECHAKTB AND DEALERS
He'.KUS, FRUITS * (iI.NEKAL ?KODVCE
Proprietors CAPITAL NURSEEIEB, -iftenirr.ei •
'jo, Cal. Seed and ir •■ r, 1 !H 1 !i-.-nHi, iiei t free oo
Application. Noa. o, 8 and 10 J (street, -=ac
ramonto. d£
D. DeBEBNARDI & CO.,
/~1 EXERAI, COMMISSION MER- —
VJT chants, and Shii>j>ersof all kiM^of HAfct
Fruits, Vegftalil: ». Kit.h. fiuine, JZZ/—
i'i»!ii".ry, Kjigs ..ml General Produce.
Careful attention given to the Selection sad
Packing of Choice l r nii'^, lor Di>U;'jt y.
Sos. 308 and 3:0 X St., Sacramento, CaL
030-lm
A. MOO9KB. -. SEASON.
S. CERSON & CO.,
So. 2*o «J Street — Sacrament".
/GENERAL COMMIBBION MERC'HAirTS,
VJT ileaiers in Imported ami Domestic Frutts,
Vegctablflg, Nuts and Dried Fruits. i>J,"-U
CeENE.I. GREGOr.Y. G. C. BARNES. rK.VXK SErOOET
GREGORY, BARNES & CO..
(Successors to Gregory & Co.),
No*. 136 and 1M J Street.
lirHOLKSAI.E DEALERS IN PSODCCE AXD
W Fmit. Fnll ftoeki of Potatoes, VegeUblaa,
Green and Dried Emits, Beans, AlfalU. Ti..;..r,
Kices, Chew, Poultry, o.tr., alwaye on hand. Or
der* tilled at lowest r:ile*. aul2-tf
markets"
oriental market,
No. 418 X street, Ssicraim-nto.
T)HIL. HAHTMAN, THE OLDEST OSTt^.
I - iM^-eMikor inthi-i-ity.i- >:ili inTCjiP*
thu field. All kinds of Sinisases maii.'XSJrW
in therkaiust and inoft careful manner. ANn,
for sale best Lard in the market; uo muttoa
tallow mixed with it. nl iplm
~TO THE PUBLIC.
TjAVixc. roacgian the interest of
XX n. W. MDREHOI'SEin the
FULTON MEAT MARKET,
Corner Fifth and X Streets,
I desire to inform all that in fntnre it will be
kept in Brst-Claa style. The best of
Fresh and Salt Meats, Sausages, etc.,
Alway on hßnd and sold at the most reasonable
•S- Fnll weight and square dealing ■will be
the motto.
oiS-lplm M. F. OUELL, I'roprietor.
DON^T^BE^rMPOSEDT UPON
T3y Ch i-ria tti r*-n *
"V"OTICE TO FI.-H CONSUMERS.— ITR-
ihiiM.-rsof ptacatorla] food are cautioned
acainst buying fish which are caught in the
draiiiacf' canal and tales, a^ they are not healthy
food. There are no fresh fish whiih have been
taken from Fisherman's Lake sold at any stand
• ■ -; cri Tenth street, except at UEORtiK ("OOP
ER'S, X strett, between Fifth andSisth.ol4-4ptt
WHOLESALE"IHDiRET&irBDTCHER,
/OFFICE AT NEW YORK MAR-SuS^^Ba
\J ket. 10-20 and :•'_: X street, m9BB|
Sscramento, Cal. llisheM Cash jr*^Ji
Price paid for Fat retook of all *' ■ **
kinds. All kinds of Meat Fresh Daily and sold
at the Lowest Possible Prices. All Meats kept in
ice-house attached to shop— a am gii&mntee
that it is :n prime condition at ail times.
n*-lptf M. F. ODELT., Propri. Hr.
PAINTS AN DOi \-S.~
T L. CHADDERPOS IMPORTER AST) DF.AL
»J er tn Pain:*, Oil«. Vamlshe*, Window Glas .
Miiid Paints, ArtiMa 1 and Painters' Maierl*l<,
Wall Pirer etc Vo 304 K&t Sacramento.
SACRAMENTO, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1885
TAILOKIM4.
Tlxos. Bromloy,
THE MKRCHAKT TAILOR,
HAS REMOVED Ills PLACE OF BUSINESS
to No. 516 J street, a few doors west of the
<>M s-taml. All the Latest Styles of Imported
and Domestic Goods for GENTS' FALL AMD
WINTER WKAK in stoi:k.
[ «S- J'KICKS THK LOWEST!
•,- iplin 0-WOliK THK BEST!
KAILROADS, STRIKERS, ETC.
! SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
; rnBAiKB leave and ark due to arrive
! J- AT
I SACRAMENTO.
lEAVK FKOM OCT. 13, 1535. AKF.ITE
(FOR) (FROM)
7::» a. CalisstognaudNapa 7:o'. r.
•2:50 P. ' " " *n:2o a.
5 p. Colter Hi "-"i a.
>l. Delta <b Portland, via Davli 3:45 r.
„ via Chlco «j*ll:30 P.
'ish t. Knights Landing 7:0-5 a.
I •5:15 p. fWojave, Dealng ) Kxpr's "S.flu
•5:15 p. I i-J Paso and Eatil f t.nißr't *J:00 a.
7:35 i>. fOgden and East I Express 7:iW a.
7 :■•'. p. j / Enugn't 7:00 A.
c. Bed Bluff, Via Mary»vi!le....| lv:15 A.
>:ki a. San Prandaco, tm I'enU'm..] 8:00 ?.
| 7-.20 A.: '• ( J JJ - 7:05 P.
1.1 " " •' LiTermoit l:2tt p.
i i •' " " steamer~ *6.00 a.
I 11:30 \ i-f.-; '-.kv 2:20 p.
u -at a. Stockton and Gait ±S> p.
•5:15 P. " " " "J:* *•
*ll::-» a. Tulare and I r rtsuo _
; 7.-20 A. Valtcjo 1138 a..
2:50 P. " 17:05 P.
8, Mtd P. K. !-•
•7:30 a. j Fol«om, I.alroV>c and \ »I*s P. i
•3:00 P. i . SpriDgs j »10:-0 a.
a. For P. For Allcrnoon.
• Sundays cii'.pted. t Supdnvs only.
Freight and APCotnm.Mla'.ion Trains.
A. N. TOWNK, General Manager.
T. H. Goobmas, Gcn'l Puss, and Ticket Agent.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP Col
fOR HONOI.UI.C.
rrniK tsaJSHDW sew 3,000- «^*-^.
J Ton Pteaiashliwwiil leave the
(lompsiir's W harf, conif? Stenart 'k__i»'jffJß*
and H^rrisou sir>vM Rt :•. p. si.- ■"*p~ars3&
AIAMKIiA ...THrRSDAY. SOVEMBKR IM*
BLrVKIFOSA MONDAY. DBCEXBBB -d
Freight , »o For Ton.
WKxcursiou Tickew at Reduc<*l Rate*. ?oi
rwyva^c or further pariicuSars. &r.p]; to J. P.
SPRECKELS .t BKOa., Asenis,3/; Uirtet street,
comer Fremont. oIS-tf
EBNER BROS.,
rMPORTERS AND W'HOLESAT.E PKALESB IS
JL MTINKS A>*D tIQCORS,
li 6 and 118 X tt., bet. Front and Second. Sac
ABKNTS fOB THB CKLIBIATSD
POMMEKY AIO> OREKrt rjIAMFAGSOS.
025-lplm
NEUBOURG & LAGES,
Star Mills and Malt Kouse.
TTOPS, MALT. PBODOCB. GK.."T. FEED
XX and Brewers' Supplies.
1016, 1018, IOSO Firth st., Sacramento.
49- Exchange Sold on all the Principal Cities
of Europe. nl-lptf
AMEUSER ST. LOUIS
BEER,
ON r>P.ArOHT, XT
GEUHLER'S SALOON,
f0.A22 J street. !ii3o-lplml Bscratn«nto
Block* Ninth and Tenth, W and V ttreet*
CHANGED DAILY FOR C. H. ttILMAX— NOVEMBER 10, 1885. j
I Celluloid Coral Sets ; pin and ear-drops, in many different I
designs, 1 0 cents ; for Ladies and Children.
A Boot for the Mud !— Our $2 15 Heavy Kip, |
solid sole leather soles, $2 15; in Soys'!
A Shoe for Heavy Wear!— Our Kip, Two
buckle Plow Shoes, $2.
For Railroad Men !— Our Heavy Grain, Stand- 1
ard Screwed, Scotch Bottoms, Hook and;
Lace Shoes, $3.
For All Uses!-Our "Red Hous-." Kip Boot;
three solid sole leather soles (warranted),
I
HEAVY OYERSHiRTb!
MEN'S NAVY BLUE OVERSHIBTS, 85 cents, $1 25, $1 50 and $2.
MEN'S CASSIMERE OVERSEIRTS, 75 cents, $1, $1 25, $1 50. $1 75
and $2.
MEN'S FINE IMPORTED CASSTMERS OVEESHIETS, $2, $2 25
and $2 50.
Fifty Pairs Sliglitly Soiled Whits Blankets, $3 90.
Men's Extra-heavy All-wool Blanket Oiershirts [or Watermen,
$1 85 and $2 50.
MEN'S GENUINE BUCK GLOVE 3 (hand-sewed), welted seams, $1.
MEN'S WOOL GLOVES, 25, 40, 50 and 65 cents.
MEN'S DRIVING GLOVES, 50 cents, 75 cents, $1 and $1 25.
MEN'S WRISTLETS, 5 cents, 10 cents and 15 cents.
MEN'S DUCK SUITS (Pants, Coat and Vest); all grades.
RUBBER GOODS FOR QBBTS*. LADIES' AND CHILDREN ! -Coats,
Hats, Boots, Shoes and Gossamers; the lowest prices m the city.
ONE HUNDRED DOZEN GENTS' AND LADIES' SILK HANDKER
CHIEFS for the Holiday Trade just received from the East. They
come in all grades; elegant and handsome designs; plain, small
check and figured, 25 cents to $1 50.
TO-MOimo^CTr ♦
Ladies' Felt Skirts, 65c. j
Nos. 714 and 716 J street, and 713 and 715 O?k Avenue. Sacramento.
UXUEKTAKKUS.
J. FRANK CLAEK,
Ooaßty Coroner and t'nni ■ •..-*.:,
Mo. 10X7 rourth street, between J &ud X.— I
Jttwaya on hand the most complete 9bvi »r I
Undertaking Good* on the coast. Countn j
•rd«ra, dij or night, \rill rec-f.ive prompt *t- r
tswWu Telephone Number, IS*, jt-iplm I
I W.I. KAVASAU6H, !
O'SERTAKISB,
S31 1 ? J irtreet, b«. Fifth and Sixtn. Alnyi oag
■hand a larj;* iss-irtment of Metallic *:idf
fwooden C&ekets, Burfal Ca*B», CoSns andi
fc'hrom'j torn ■ ■ ••* Coffln orders will NOaiTtß
Spa>mi<; : -a tixOTi notice and %; &«£
iiowailr"-- ■ ' ■•* open <i»v and n«ht. 5
k"" REEVES & LONO,
D N 1> i: B T A KB RB.
j> Mo. fioa .7 st.. bei. Sixth and Seventh (nurcii
5 side), have on ba : id a complen stock of
3 Ooffica and CaikeU, with Trimmtnn to
■ match. Everything : >■■•'. A Iso, a Fine .-:rxji i
a Of Shrouds suul ila it- ■•. '.! ■ la!.' .;.'.-,igus.
I Ordeisattended to promptly day or night. oS-
P _,^j ,LLPaJOJMi**Mh>f *iWi?<fi*' 'niHTT'lii ' i *^^C
if FRITZ & MTT^KS. * J
\TKISKKTAEEK?, *.
OffiOt to o<sd ?alla?i!' TemfU, Jto»b a«ii g
| X »lree4». Complete V*Kk <•.! UIMJJIWMfi »• j
I Qoo<!» corutiinlly oil )i. r io 4. ' ~Mj a"Q conn- - t
1 try oraera promptly attended to, <K» "r -
MISCELLAMOIS.
J. F. HILL,
Hoc. 1301 to 1323 J utreet, Sacrameuto.
A/f ANUFACTUREK Or JRA
jM Carriages, Buggies, VT -fSKJ&nj\
pre«, Thorouehbrace andy ™ s:*5 :*-
Quartt Wagon?. DcalcrinOak,— >yr r *^
Ash acd Hieiory Lumber; Hubs, Spokos, Fel
lies, Bows, Rims, Shafts ami Poles. MniiufßCt
It of the "LIGHTNINa" HAY PRESS. Send
qatalogtifi'. oW-lptf
VATERHOUSE &. LESTER.
ASD OAKRLVOB TRTMMtXGS,
I, 711, 713 and 715 .1 street, Sacramento.
l 16 to 22 Beale Street San FranritPO
159 Front Htrwt 'nl-tfi Vp» York
"O'NEAL & SON,
Dealers in all kinds of
J7" oo ct r*. n <rl Coevl.
Second Street, between L. anil M.
HASHING THE PUBLIC FOR PAST FA
vors. we so'icit a contiimmiro. Wood iui'l
il at the lowest prices. Remember w: give
I weight nnd measure. o3Mplm_
ELECTiON_NOTICE.
rOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN Pl'R
l nance of an order of the Baud of Super
or« of ."aeramento county, «n election of I
ret- Tustees of Swamp Land Reclamation I
Dirtrict K0. 817, on Amlms Island, Pat-rameuw
county, will be held at the rftice of Hart Smith,
at Isktou, near Mid District, ou the
Fourth day of December, 1885.
The Polls will be open from in o'clook a. m.
until 4 o'clock p. m. w. R. Bmes i s appointed
li>-*:ector and E. A. Denicke and E. T. Donnelly
ai. >i>;xiinted Judges of sa: 1 election.
WUXLAM «. HAMILTON.
uS-StTn Clerk of the Board of Buperriaoia.
XTOTICE TO CREDITURS.-E-STATE OF
IM DANIEL MT7LBERGER, deceswd. Notice
is hereby ltlven by the undersigned, ROBERT '
c. MONTGOMERY, PHILIP 3&IBKNTHALEE I
aiid R S. CAREY. Executors of thr- last willar.d
Urfnment of DAKIEL KT3LBKRGER, deceased,
to the creditors of and all persons having claimi
«K»iu>t saUd deceased, to exhibit them, with the
necessary aSiiavits or voncbers, within ten
- ilfter the Kr*t publication of this notice,
to either of said Kxecuiors. or John T. Carey, j
their attorney, at tin- laitcr's office. No, Ci- 1 .. J
street, Sacramento, California.
Dated, this l»th in of o<-rf>'«--r. IS>V
R( iBtKT '■. MONTGOMERT,
PHILIP SEIBtNTHALtK.
X - CAKEY.
Executors of tte last will BM testatnent of !
Daniel Mu'.bt rger, deceasod . oJMiTu
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Railroad Accident— The Silver Qnes- •
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— 'Washington Ci<;ssii>.
;-rt.c!Ai- tagrxJCßsa to the ucoai>-cxaotf.|
DOMESTIC NEWS. I
The Question of Stiver Cuinage.
WASHKPGTON.XoveroberSth.— It is learni 1
at the State Department to-day that prior to
the appointHM nt of Manton Ma; ble to visit
; • ■ • i >n of gold ..■(■'.
••. ;!•(• Presi lent delegated 6(
;■, the present Consul-General at i
and well-known as an iirdent bi
i < and advo ato iif the use of si
a v. ■ iter upon raonetarj i
ons>, to attci d il ion of the i
if the Sta tbo Latin |
i, and make a report of their pri
Mr. V.'iiii:- ■ ictiona wei
Wasiunoi in, !). C, A
(II ■ r, ■ !, FhriVi : You on
requested to attend bins Bilvercoo-I
Tbia Go\ too i ut'a !:,;■ n -i continues '
vii: 1 bated ■•■ > i : -< sllon oi n p< i i ■
you will make known our readln bs aodi
toentcr Into : us with otl
ntaining the monetary
standard of silver iv i ■ ton with gold. The
I March last, adopted ■
■ ■ ■ !. . [ucsting nuch uegi 'tint i. :
ol its cousiden
prevented ; the House
entlj !■ ■ nta the \ if 1 - ■ ■ i ■ rutive |
■ clarurion you ore Lnuructed
The joint resolution referred to by Sec
retary Bayard was introduced by Senator
\ . b. ii was as foil iwa ;
'. That the President of •'
ed to enter i
tionswith the States of the Latin i nion
Mi. !i other foreign powers as he shall deem
. with tlic purpose of securing such
■■■ lih them as shall bin 1 thi a
agreeing thereto to open their respective mint
to the I i ■• t of i n Itb roll
ten :• t p iwi r, and such uniform raii.) of gold ;i-
Although not formally admitted to their i
rations. Mr. Walker held discussions
with members of the < ) ; ; n-. and ad
d i '■■■• them certain observed ins indica- !
tivc of the pr ifound iutexeafjoi the Cuited .
in the. imp irtont rjt i stion of lii- .
raetalliim. Mr. Walker's dispatches .•> the
tmenl transmits d copies of his " ob- j
servatii ns " in Enj land an 1 France, which !
wen ; : ! '■■'< foi elbe I !ongi - e - The final
action of the Congress are made known by
M ter McLane by cable to day I
State Department, as follows: ■"France,!
> ■ c Italy and Switzerland have renewed I
!!.<• monetary convention for Qve ;
Silver clips arc redeen«able in gold. Nn
additional silv< r coin permitted. ' Conven
tion open to Belgium.
MANrnN MABBLB'a BKPOST.
Washikgtos, November 9th. — Tho na
ture of the report ma le by Manton Marble
tn the Secretary of State upon the prospects
of securing a bimetallic union with the
leading nations of Kurope remains a state
secret. The President, in hi> first annual
message, will undoubtedly inform Con
gress what likelihood there is of obtaining
an international n^rccment relative to the
coinage of the precious metal. Mr. Marble
is understood to be a " monometallist."
Tree trade, hard money ami home rule was
the standard hoisted at the heal of the
editorial columns of the World when be
was its manager. "Hani money" meant
die payment of the Government's obb'ga-i
lions in gold m its equivalent.
The President will not Interfere.
Washixgtou, November Oth. — Major
Edmond Mallet, of this city, a well-known
worker iv the French cause in the ti I
States, anil an intimate friend <>f I,'iuis
Kiel, had an intervit w with the President j
this afternoon, and made a Btrong appeal
for the interference of this Government to
prevent the hanging of Riel by the Cana
dian authorities. The President heard Mr.
Mallet fully, and giving the matter thor
ough consideration, concurred with Mr. !
Bayard's, opinion, previously given, that it
was not a case in which the United States
Government could properly interfere.
Capital Notes.
Washington, Nov< mber 9th. — The Tresi
.!• iii to-day appointed John is. McLean, of
Oregon, t.i be Agent fra the Indians of the
Grand Ronde Agency, Oregon.
The issue of standard silver dollars from
the Minis during the week ended Novem
ber 7th was $786,047; < !:;iiTi_r the •
sponding period oi last year $3UC,'.)9U. The
shipment of fractional rilver coin during
tiic wick ended November 7th was $133, 1 ■'■>.
The President this afterno m appointed
Hon. Leverett Saltonstall '
tomsat Boston, i:i place of IV land Worth
ington, removed.
Secretary Kmii ti ut instra -
to the military commanders who are sta
tioned in the neighborhood in which tbo
uprisings against the chiKi-.- ■:;-,■. to have
tin ir troops in readiness to enl tree the
provisions of the President's pro< lama
issm I Saturday.
It is expected that \Vflliam E. Smith,
recently appointed Assistant Secretary oi
the Treasury, will assume the duties of
that office to-morrow.
Colonel L. W. Trenholm, who succeeds
Judge Thonian :;.- < ivii Service Comn.is
sioner, arrived in this city last night, and
to-day he took the oath oi office, and with
the other Commissioner called on the
Questions Propounded to Soatbern i- >v
i tniirs ilTiii ilm ir A'l.swers.
Bostok, If ovember 9th. — The //,■
received n plii from .-..'■ . ■ ■. ,«
States, in n spouse to :
es in :_:. -.;,■<{ by the result r,f Ihe
New York election, [n il i mi tsa ;e of in
i[iiiry tn the Governors, thi Ue>
that the loss of New York to the ! ■ ; >v t>; i -
caiiH, in the campaign just closi I, - ma I i
ndicate that the sectional issue i.. ; p ilitical
sampaigns in the North is ended forever,
and answers to the following qncsti ns
were requested :
1. Upon what irau*, and by what menrt'
he white voters of the South be divided into
wo parties separated by opinions and inti
us nt the North .
.'. WonW the interchange of political sr>
ofboth parties between the North and smui, by :
»i a '.ital'i', 1 to four state in future campaigns?
:;. bo you consider the negro voters m.-rr- i-;- ■
diflereni than formerly to suffrage, and a»e they \
disposed t<> disregard the color One in voting*?
A. What is the greatest existing objection
lircnk in what is called the -"Hit South?
The Herald headlines answers as follows: I
They welcome Northern -speakers, but the I
South is no field fur preachers ol sectional j
bate. The negroes are throwing off party
bond isre. The Southern people are artztona
to develop their commonwealths, an>i are
ready to meet the N'urth in a fraternal !
?pirit on issues embracing the future wel- j
fare of both sections.
Fitzhugh Lee replies to the inquiries :
The solidity of the white vote of the South
is the result of the false reconstruction '
policy of the Republican party after the i
war." The white peoplewill not practically ,
livide until tho colored people do. These j
latter Will not divide so lons as the few I
whites acting with them are sustained by I
the National Republican party's promises
of office and reward, We would like the
Republican party at the North to see what j
the Republican part; of the South Eacom- ;
posed of. To the third question, I answer!
yes. To the fourth question, I answer a I
fear that yon* State Govemnvents will re
turn to the condition of things exktin r
under the icallawag and carpet-bag govern- '
ments, mid from which the Democracy I
1 them.
rim: Knott. of Kentucky, says: "II
soe no rea.-mi why there shoaldf.be any '
break in the solid Smith at ail. If, how- ,
ever, by the term s.,li,| Booth you would j
intimate that the Democratic white voters |
of ti :it section :.re united for any purpose |
Ker inconsistent with the maintenance ;
Union, the dciVnse {jf constitntionai
. , the promotion ot domestic trail- .
qaillityi and the advancement of p<>;
irospiri'.y, yon are mistaken."
Tbe Labor Trouble in the i'.urkeje;
State.
Coluxbcb (Ohio), November 9th.— Oat]
of a force of abort ">,OOO miners in. the
linking valley and Ohio central coal re- 1
fdona, less than 200 are engaged u>-.i:'.v. I
The intluence of the strikers has extended
to the farnaces, ail of wbich an <
with two exoeptiosis, and H :- ejq
they will shut down this week. The
opscatots e'.^iiivi that tU^j t'V.lv thi:
. _ —
them is to close their property. The C«."
lnmbns, Hocking Valley and Toledo llai!
--uay baa discharged train men and shop
hands to the number of several hundred,
in oi\ier to save expenses. There is an in
• clination on the part of ;i certain element
I among t!n> miners to inaugurate yanrlal
j ism, and already two or three attempts to
<:.-troy the mine property have been frns
-1 .trateil.
' l'lea of Not (iuilty.
Mb ■■ I >.), Nov. mber 9th.— An
■ 'tt'T was arraigned before the
Bor 'his evening, charged with shooting
im. 'Nt to kill W. J. Elliott a< the Neil
se las t evening. He entered a plea of
guilty, and the preliminary hearing
I for next Monday.
The Decrees of the Plenary Council.
BAiarmoßE, November 9th. — Archbishop
Gibbons, who has just returned from Wash
ington, saya he expects i'r. O'Cunnell's
to-morrow, with the decrees of the
late Plengry Council approved by theFope.
He will receive them as Apostolic Dele
:>:: 1 nothing contained ii: them will be di
vulged until they arc promulgated by him.
The whole will be printed before promul
gation, and he thinks they will make a
book oi ' s, and several weeks will
before the printing can becompleted.
Then they will be issued with a pastoral
letter from the Apostolic Delegate.
ar;.;y.u. of tnx decrees.
New Vi>i:k, November 9th. — Right Key.
!>r. O'Connell, of thedi cose of Richmond,
Va., arrived to lay on the sti-aunx Auraota,
bringing with him the d< en i - promulgated
cil of Archbishops and Bishops
ol this country, held !a>i November in
>re. To a reporter,' Dr. < >'( fennel! i
.-aid be wus im; at liberty t>> discuss tfa j
leatures of the rulings adopted by the
!:.i-'^ in i ■ - as he is defc


America, and Chainnau of the late'
cil. a copy of the . with the I
revision or affirmation, and he must there- .
c any of the de
until he fnl i - hi nd delivers i
the papers to Archbishop Gibbons. It. j
inell will leave for Baltimore on I
A Mnrderoua Conng Husband.
SYBACUBE N. V , N . :n!>er itth. — Win. j
Wilbur, graduatt a fr >m the l'n'.\
in the 24th of lasi June. On the 2Cth
of the same month Clara Greenby gradn- I
a!u.i at the !i ;^:i - :hool. Tin ywiresi ■■
m irried, but have nol lived toge
Whi n I ne to the : k her J
to live with him he has been denied ad
lie din b< d
■'. br ike in a window and ci I
. i'a ; ' ■•'.-,■ om, with the int
. :.,:■' . . ni f and asking hi rto
■ ■ c and live with him. Clara
was not in tl c room, and be weni d iwn
stairs and f und the mother and daughter
(here The mother ordered him oul of the
. Wilber seized a pair of shea]
i them both, but nor fatally. In
Court he pleaded guilty to assault to mur
der in the second degree, and was held for
iGrand Jury. The girl i- very pretty.
Wilbur is an insurance agent, and has a
brother in the insane ward of the county- |
here. A.n action for divor©
been begun by the girl.
The Texas Cyrloiie.
Galveston, November 9th. — A spec; ,\ .
from Dangerfield to the JVeua says: Late
accounts show that the cyclone in Cass I
county last Thursday evening was worse
than at first reported. The breadth was !
thirty yards, and the funnel-shaped cloud
moved with awful velocity and a terrific
roar, crashing dwellings and oat-buildings,
and scattering their contents far and wide,
and carrying death and destruction in
its pathway. Hardy Pitman and three
children, 6, 7 and 8 yean, and also a 9
year-old boy named Richard Hawthorne,
were instantly killed by (he destruction ol
a dwelling. The head of one child was
wisted of and carried two hundred yards
h.m the body. Mrs. Bruce, a widow 80
• ars old, and her daughter were badly in
ured by the wrecking ol their residence.
i is supposed the former will die from her
□juries. Other casualties are reported.
Liter the storm a turkey was found com
iletely stripped of his leather* The ex
cnt of the damages is uol known.
The Huston Scandal— Divorce <. ranted.
Boston, November 9th. — Judge Allen, in
the Superior Court, to-day rendered bis de
cision i!> the divorce sir; of l'nd. .1. Taber
from his wife, Annie J., alleging adultery
with her pastor, Rev. Mr. Downes, pastor
of the Bowdoin Square Baptist Chnrch.
The wife submitted a cross-bill, charging
her husband with marital infidelity. The
Judge grents :l>e husband » divorce, and
dismisses the cross-bill.
l'roi>ose«l Monument to General BfcCtal
lan.
X: '.v York, November 9th. — A Trenton
special says there is a quiet bul strong
■ •.'...■ t being made among the veteran ■
iz iii.ms to secure the erection <■!;■. national
■ lent to George B. McClellan at
Wasbhi ton. The statue will be bronze
I in.
.\4iiiiiral Jotiett's Mission to Panama*
I'oKK, November 9th. — A Washing
ton special says : The sudden ordering uf
Admiral Jouetl to the Isthmus of Panama
is the sole topic of conversation in naval
It is said that the
; i i Aspinwall have : referred i
n i ;regating bel we( ;; S7,000,0( 0 and ■■ - 000,- j
rhich will be presented to Congress
for payment. This is a claim for property
destroyed during th( la c troubles, and for
ed that this Govi mmi nl ■
responsible. Admiral Jouett's mission U
i-.: connection with this matter.
MrC- dough's Funeral.
Philadelphia, November 9th. — The fu
neral of McCull ut;h will take place 1
day next at 11 n\'\^rk, at .-». George's Hall
. The pall-bearers will be Edwii
: lin 1.. Carson, of < 'hicapo; Will
iam il. Thorns in. nfSt. Louis; WilUatn .1
. . . nt 1 N.jw i'ork; Matthew Can
of Philadelphia; i!> ir,x ICJwards, oi
York ; WilUam K. Johnson, of Pbi i
phia; James W. Collier, John A. Cockrell
and William C mnor, of Kew York.
A ppeal I)»'\iied.
Pitts i !!:•:. November 9th. — The appeal
of the Grand Lodge of the Ancient < >raer of
1 aited Workmen of Pennsylvania, t'>
amend it-" charter so as to bettei control the
subordinate Lodges,was denied in an opin
ion delivered to-day by Justice Sterrett, in
the Supreme ( Sonrt.
BaQroad Accident.
Utica ( N. Y.i. November 9th. — It it re
i that a w riona accident \* ;- occurred
\V<~t Shire mad abonl one niile
west of Little Falls. Six passenger coaches
ran into a ditch. One lady is said to be
killed ami a number of persons serious
injured, among them Assemblyman Pratt,
[SECOND DISPATCH. 1
Utica, November Dth. — The accident was
. msed by a washout near Little Palls. The
passed over sai'elv. but the rer.iaiu
the train was ditched. Mrs. c. i;
of Eochester, was killed, and several
Other persons injured, but none fatally.
Methodist* and Catholic*.
Ni:w York. November 9th. — Bishop Fos
ter lectured before the M. !".. Missionary
Conference to-day, his topic being " Mis
>ionary Work." In the course of hN re
marks he said he believed that the Roman
Catholic Church was a great Christian
camp which needed reconstruction, and
that was the reason the Conference was
Bending missionaries to Roman Catholic
countries.
The IJu.iy Hum €.r Industry Agate.
Nkw YOBK, Novenibvr !):li. — One !mn
dred and fifty men resumed work tit the
Moi -.m Iron Works (John Roach), in li.U
<i:y. this morning. I » ■ eruiaer Atlanta
and ffce dispstel] !>oat Dolphin were full of
nics, and the basy hum of ii; •:
was beard on all tides, it i« said that over
LOO more men will be taken on daring the
FORKIGX M:\VS.
Tlie ISritUli and B»rm«lll.
n .-■'■ oon. November 9th.— The rej
King Theebaw, of Burroah, to ilie iiriiis !»
ultimatum bus been received, :.:i-! .
nd mad«qnate. In respoom to the
British demand for the control </f Burmese
foreign relations, Kiii^- Tbeefcow says be
nm-n first consult Germany, Franc
Italy. The British expeditionary force will
now cross the frontier with the lea:
sihle delay. Tour regiments have already
started up the Irrawaiidy river on Steamers.
flrrawaddy, the. taoat heavily armed
il in the British navy, for in r draw
aul a halt feti:. proceeded in advance,
will jro up the river as ! I
takes up siwe torpedoes, a itti^e sup-
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ply of frun cotton ami the necessary appli
ances tor the removal of obstructions in
{li c bed of the river. She is accompanied
hy ; v <> uniu-.i laanchea. The navipntion
of t!ic 1 *' T;uv:li! ■'" ! ' ; very iliilicult, owing to
'in' const*.?' changes in the channel. Ves
sels runnin * lvt «"t'en Rangoon ami Man
dalay cbanfeW* P ilota iT There
are (56 river pilots, J l *. 08 * °» whom are Chit
tagongians, am! can rc ' lic '' on to aili t]ie
expedition.
Stead aud the Verdict in' »l'O Armstrong
AMuttion C». se -
Lonboh, November 9th.— St^wi, editor of
the /'(ill Mall (iazr't,-, in a letter published
to-day repecting tbe vi rdici of the jury on
Saturday, in the Armstrong abduction ease*
I that lie \j-ii! noi quarrel about the ver
that lie bad ?. fair trial. He pre
d that Rebecca J:irn-:t should iw.
Ed with merry in preference to him'
He also states that be will not at
the ■ ntei ■ • i ■■: aside. He
res i:.. the main to the truth of the
ations published i:i the Gazette, and
thai of ihe seventy-fonr columns only
toree emanated from Jarrett
••In Mo— tionaly tinui'. Spirit*. "
York, November Otb. — A i"i»caWe
lays in view of the concloson of the
Inustrong case i railed upon Stead thia
norning, to le i his view of A ■ trial. He
aid: '" I am in tuoi ■ od spirits,
the trial as having <iis
tosed of all ;'.:■ stock ol charges against
ai ii n. 1 :■! it !»■ rem ■■• n d
of thi fifty >even columns <if the
'.'.•i .(,"'■'.■ articles, hardly tl tided
ipon •. vidence, awl thai 1
tmployed her on riod,
. bad learned how to work myself.
i .i
■ ■■.. i.:\ my belm . o to ay.] have been
thai is not frae. I
■ : the
i :.y the
bat i was better
han the wisdom of otl r." Stead cx
i■ • ■ two m i; ; . m< nt, but the
.■> neral opinion in that be will gel less.
Gladstone »!.<! ttie lii-h «>c!t>*tio«.
Londou, November 9th. — (Madstone, in
iis speech at lidinburgh, said : The ■
. •.• 3ti rM is about to assume a new position,
■; ' i - DOl ;iow ;i t\ai Stion of c, : -1
grievances. Thanks to the patience, zeal,
■ i d sense of P
ces bare one by one been removed.
But I know very w thai my Fellow
sountrynien in lieland still feel and believe
hat on< • i '.in;.- the
Mint of their own country as op
aosed !" imp tn i
. •■'! lhai it
rancea
i- the Coio in. 'i hi
■ it into ' !-.' ■ parti ..it"s.
■ iiv'r is bro: ■ well
|uaiified to • ■ i wishes
. k Sept
in i and England. 1 am ■ i t!i;it
I will nevi r repent o' vi 'iK
to In land.
look a step further for
vard, :\\u\ expect the panly which ia
ly in ;: vast majority in Ireland to
leniand large power and sel ment.
Juch will be a grave contingency, but yet it
leed not 1111 as with alarm, i •■■ aus • so long
is we give lfcerty equitably and prodent
y it will be needlraa to fear the results,
tssuming always that nothing will be
lemanded that would jeopardize or
compromise the unity of the Empire.
if surh demand be lna!- 1 . we. will
>inw how to deal with it. It is unjust tor
be people of Ireland to suppose that any
ither basis is contemplated. Whateverdc
ind Ireland may deliberately v.r.i consti
tionally make, unless it inmngea <m the
inciplee connected with the honorable
aintenance of the unity of the empire, we
c bound :it any rate to treat with
refill attention. [Load cheers.] To
int Ireland in the powers necessary
desirable for the management of purely
rish matters is a threat error. I lay this
atter before you because it has a dose and
iruediate bearing on circumstances con
■cted With the present elections. Taking
art with Parliament in the handling of
. jis question is for me ;i nn:u deal of diffi
llty to contemplate, because in years past
have repeatedly declared thai such dis
ssion would not only be allowable, but
■ b meficial. Once the wishes of
eland have been constitutionally enun
ated I am confident that the l-ih
al vote in the next Parliament will
xcecd that of the Toriei and Parne
imbined. if it does not, the empire will
>c endangered. A fai ration if
irobable hish demands is a new and com
anch'ng reason why. standing shoulder to
toulder, uniting heaii with bear! and
mind with mind, we should adhere to our
_-:-.ai commission, the Liberal policy re
ceived from two gi m rations of statesmen.
.\!r. Gladstone subsi quently proceeded to
the residence of il.jl Rosebery.
Lord Salisbury and tbfl Poll r«-:il Contesta
London, Novembi i y h. - The Marquis of
Salisbury made a speech ai the Lord
banquet :it Guildhall this evening,
l!e!errin_- to the struggle of tbe political
larties in Great Britain, he said he hoped
ertain doctrines would noi develop :i
ilass hatred that might le d to tivii war,
md the ultimate downfall of England.
Au-tria Massing Troopg.
Vibsna, November i)th. — Tbe Austrian
overnment is slowly bul surely ma
■oops in Herzegovina. I 1 and
mmunition ::re being forwarded in '.urge
uantities dailj .
Fearful l)i-.i^t«T mi l.::Vr Superior.
WiHsiPEfi, November 9th, A (earful
!i^:i-te: ■ OH i. ike t oil
Port Arthur, early this morning. The
• aer Algoma, of
ific Railway, was wrecked,
jnd thirty^ seven lives lost. Only tn
particulars h been received i: i > to the
. hour. They consist mainly of tel
igrams to privati i announcing the
. • • ■ ..■■;;:■ rity,
d a few moments . : • the following
am :
Mgoma gone rtown. Your wife snd t-.n>
i are drowned. Jo« Vivian.
Mr. Dudgeon's wife is :S5 years old, and
the children are :i boy and girl, 6 and I
rears old, respectively. Mr. Dudgeon is
from Owen Sound, and was sending his
wife and family back to Ontario. The
steamer left" Port Arthur at •'• p. m.. mid was
wrecked off Isle Royale, just oateide of
rhunderßay. Aheavystorra prevailed all
Sunday evening, and nl^iit. and the steamer
lay to for ;i lime. When the weather
slightly cleared t! ■ wted again, but
made very slow progress, (n the morning
, .!.•:. c fog prevailed, and the steamer felt
ber way along, blowing fog horns. Bhe
ttruck :i reel and went down, all h:md- on
i>oard being reported lost. Tbe steamer
iund foe Owen Sound, with passen
rer-- tor Toronto and other points east
'.ij.t.-iin Moore is master ul the vess«l, :in<l
tfcKenzie, :i nephew of Hon. Alex M.:-
ICenzie us. the purser.
RISKiiiNI) DISPATCH. I
mi*.. November Otb. — ft now turns
at tbe steamer Algoma was coming
ort Arthur, and • ■ OOt, 'Alien
-eck ooenired. She left < I sren Sound
.ist Tbarsday, and was wrecked Saturday
sight The Urst known of the disaster
•vas when the steamer Arthabasca, of the
lame line, arrived ai Port Arthur hite this
nrening, with the crew of the»ill-fat«d
i. consisting of thirteen, and two
Mssengen, who were the only on< - saved.
Phe Arthaba ea, which left Owen Sound
;wo days after the Alg mm, came upon the
irreck at Isle R >yale, an I found toe crew
md twopasseiipi n mapi rishing condition
ii the ialan i. The wn ck lia t been dashed
;,- the maddend rtravea ogainsl tbe i
tndwasonai . ioh the shore of the
aland. The crew and two passengers
>aved themselves by taking to the life boat
mil battling with the waves until the
: . '1 be boat wa v.
by tbe waves, but
I •: am, wbile the men clung with
he despair of death to h Pbey
luccee :•■■': in reaching land in an almost dead
•onditiou from exhaustion and exposure,
rbestonn continued to rage furiously. All
iij.it li>ri:_' the rescued remained on the
tbe wreck beat .1
mnd island, mid seeing ti.
lashed in the surf against the shore.
The Artbabasca came alon.- ai 1
and as tbe channel is narrow ;
Mri av.ji 1 seeinc Uie wreck and tbe di
>f th .-eon tbe bland. A I oal w.is
bore, and broughi there cued to the
Artbabasca, which set s:dl lor Port Arthur,
whi re i: arrived about 7 o'clock this cvi n
in'_'. There is intense excitement in ibis
city to-night, as many had friendson boara.
ThY list of cabin passengers can be
bad at Toronto or Bauli Sw Marie, where
a manif.-st of the passenKers is pven to the
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