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SACBAMENTO DAILY HECOBD-DMON.
VOLUME LIV.-NO. 70.
DAILY RECORD-UNION
*Urtd v the Post Office at Sacramento as &*>coad da^s tnattei
PUBLISHED BY THE
SACRAMENTO PUBUSHIHG COMPANY.
Publication Office, Third ht., bet. J and K.
THE DAILY RECORD-TJKIOX
Is published every day of the week Sundavsex
cepted. Double-sheet on Saturdays.
For one year - « rvi
For six mouths ZZZ 3 50
For three months. .."".....'.•.. 2 00
Subscrib«-rs ■erred by Carriers at Fjiteen
Lents ,* r reek. In all interior cities and towns
the tift|>er can be had of the principal Periodical
Dealers, Newsmen and agents.
THE WEEKLY UNION
Is the cheapest and most desirable Home, Hem
and Literary Journal published ou the Pacific
Terms, One Year „ „ 52 60
ft AS fE»— LOST— FOUND.
ITCATION WANTED— BY A LADY AS AN
experienced rmrse; best of reference iriven;
MRS. M. a. BROWN, Room 12, odd Fellows'
-'.recta. nl<i-(it»
TX/'AN; ! H-IIY A SINGLE GENTLEMAN
YV employed at the State fv.|>i!i.l. a rr«,n
and board In a private family where French o-
German is spoken. Address "A. 8.," Ri
I Mi).*.- oilii-e. iiT-tl
Li agents of tact wanted foe
our Uiist ;ind Form Developer; no
huuil i ■ .I by Physicians. Write fo
sealec) description and term. . EBLBMED. CO
Buir.Ho. N. Y. ; ii:;-lplm
mO FABMERB.— WE HAVE OS HANDBOME
J Ftret-class a- and Scandai
I'iow Bands tlmt we can furnish irou m thi-
HOUSTON & CO*
Employmi nt Office, tuurth aiid X street* Bac
ro-MMQ- oU-tf
FOB SALE— TQ LET.
rK SALE— A SECOND-HAND -- v "
I Hack, round K ! assrvCS'->ssd£^
front: :.- In good running order- iSlfeftSr*"
■1 X street,' -Sw* TV
bftwc-cii Tenth and Eleventh. ul'J-ut*
EORBALI ■ RES OF FRUIT AN!
Grata Land, 5 miles from the city, Wl
at ISS per acre. Inquire at M 7 J street ' — *-
n6-2w*
FOR B M.!. ONE BROW v HORB
i one (iray Mare,
■ nakea mod te«m-/X^\
•■ Is n fine l.ucgy animal. Inquire at J2l
AH 1 i ■! us, who will also farnUOi

ll.Vlw*
(JARLAKD RANGE FOB SALE CHEAF
-* A - and Ingrain;
ope more Set and
MCHAB. 11. CA! . ■ 9 X street We
md Re
pairing. " o2 _, |
1/ iND 722 E STREET M*
X wx'ini •■ ■ ; , . :,,j (>ucß"L
'• '•■ ■■-! and ;.i.- HIM
tjuilt: v. i!i ;,. rented for Blo each. Apply
t«>< 'AHl.si a J street
mo KENT-OX BHAREB, 1,600 A( RES OB
■ i. ii. Grain land, in tracts to salt, to parties
who can Mr:.:-!! | A ,,, .-.,. ,„ -, )r ]t , : .
IC 11. WILSON Elk Grove, BaerL
liieiitoromity. o; ;0 -1 m *
FiBBALE- AM OLD ESTABLISHED GRO
cery Business, on one of the principal
Jtreets. particulars apply to HALL, LUHRS
<£CO., feecond street, between I and J, Sacra
mcnlO- oIT-tf
F>R BALK- A UALF OK jHrißt"^
wnole inteix^t m the We-t-fv~B=^?^>
era Hotel Hackin X ; two(;arriui:e.«lSafeS»>
6iid four Horses and Harness. For-Si-I— i-L_
further particulars, inquire at the Office or of
the Driver. 015 . tf
fTIO LET-A NKW HAKIJ-FINI^HKD^^.
J_ house; nine rooms, t>ath. gas and alllpiT
modern conveniences. Inquire ut ljllojllllL
ttree '- olTu
ROOMS! ROOMS J-No. 803, NORTHEAST
Corner Of Eighth and X streets; handsome
rooms, single or iv mites; the best rooms in the
city; prices reasonable; street cars from the de
pot pass the door every five minutes; strictly
first-class vi every respect
_ Bl2 "'f MRS. GRICE, Proprietress.
WORK HORSES FOR SALE.
INQUTRE OF 1.. <: TODHTJNTEB.A.
.. ,"' V vst vati of Sacramento ami ILSTV
'" ; " Bridge. ii 7 1m /HT?K.
J*- .i*^*- * ■■ *-'-■. KJ ed or lmproTeJ
em&il or iarce farm ol any kind, make it a
Jjomttocsdi un (ARL BXBOUKL, the Bro!
it* !* U J H;r: ' tf i »"»m(>nuj. 3« \»tt<3»i
STOCK FOIRM FOR SALE.
■v - "art MUST BE SOI. Ii BEFORE \O
ti').>MHl. vember 10th. 520 acres of line
Pasture or Fruit Land; 2."-> nr*rr.- can be
I plenty of water and timber: f*j
undi r fence; with a frame Dwell
ing of si-i PKiuiv; vac Baniv. 10x80; a good
ter-house; good Blacksmith Ehop with
t iols; ' arrii ■ Milk houi
other Outhouses; a Living Spring. Al«o, 15 head
of Moles and Borsefl, from 6 months to 10 yean
Fonr-horse Wagon;
new Bm !:■ ■■■ M, wer; new Sulky Rake and
othi r i ■ - ( Cows; i ; fesr-
Ungsj , • -1 to Angora: 75 Hog
200 Hens, Dvi ks, Geese; 1,000 Oak Posts; ::•<[;, jfj
Cords Stove Wood cvi and corded Jackson
with iv water all the yea.- round, runs
through the place. T!ii> i- a '.:•> id bargain, sit
froi i Jackson, Amador county,
and < ■■ om lone.
SK.io Twenty acres one and one-half miles
from Loomis, on lin< of C. P. U. R, All cleared
and fi .
~W. O O Zj -E2 3VE A IST,
.125 J street, Sacramento. JyZUptf
y\o\\:\ to loan.
Money_to Loan !
Sxvcoteor «*s
SEAL ESTATE AGENTS,
So. lOlfi Fourtli nr — [^U-tfl.. Sacramento.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON REAL KSTVTE AND LOANS NEf.O-
Uati lly P. .Hi.. 32S .i Mreot. anlB-tf
MARKETS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOTCHER,
OFFICE AT NEW YORK MAR v^^U^Bft
ke! ' ■: k street S^BBbI
Sacrament.', Oal. Highest Cash
I'rice paid fur 1 all *1 *l
kinds. All, ■ aily and sold
nt the 1 i ah Meats kept iv
bk sttsffaed to shop — a sure guarantee
that it is!n jirime condition at all times.
nS-iptf M. I. oueij.. rroprietor.
ORJENTAL MARKEfT^
No. 41S X Htreet, SaerHmento.
1-)HIL. HASTJCAK, THI T' r T .1,1 Mil
i-'aiiFau-e Maker iv theeity.i< still in'JtJßP'
the Held. Ail Vh;d~ot '■ -i-'' i£jkm
in the cleani it and most oareful mauner. Also.
for sale be^t 1.ar.l iv the market; no mutton
taliow hit nl l]>lm
TO THE PUBLIC.
HAVINi; PURCHASED THE INTKREST OF
Q. W. MOREHODaEinthe
FULTON MEAT MARKET,
Corner Fifth and X Streets,
c to inform all that iv future it will be
ktjit in first-daes style. The bett of
Fresh and Salt Meats, Sausages, etc.,
>n haad and sold at the most reasonable
rate.-.
«3* Fu'.i Htisrht and si]uare dealing will be
the m..t:o.
K. r. 0DF.1.1.. Proprietor.
DON'T BE IMPOSED UPON
il£ y Ola.ix3.eixxi.oxx !
>TOnCB TO FISH rOXSCMERS.—Pt'R
y i rial fooa are cautioned
ai;»::;s; buytng fi>li wiiich are caught in the
ilraiu«i;e oanal arid tales, a.-, they areiiothe.il: hy
food. There aro no fresh Bsh which have been
taken from KUhennau's Lake sold at any stand
th street, except at « EORi ; E" » 'OOP-
EifS. k tfxeet, between Fifth audsixth.ou-ipif
4i. .. . . ■ _ ■ jm \\
Price with KitraQualltTHlade.wk V*
81 50. PACIFIC SAW Jint. VA N
Ct^.. N;»*. 17 nnd 19 Fremont
street. Sun Francisco. \j\
upt-ip-.fFJIW \i>
HALE BROS. & CO.
A Good Business Suit!
Men's Single-breasted
Sack Suits, in a
Medium-dark Brown
mixed Cassimere, with
a mixture of white silk.
Stylishly cut coat, me
dium length ; high cut
vest, with rolling collar;
pants, late style cut.
Take it altogether, this
line is a fair representa
tive of our entire assort
ment. This lot we have
marked at $14 a suit;
sizes, 34 to 42. Any
person thinking to pur
chase a suit will do well
to look here.
Boys' School Suits!
Brown-mixed Fancy
Check Cassimere, with
red mixtures; ages, 12
to 17. Price, $6.
Dark Green-mixed Cassi
mere; extra-heavy
weight, and a good ser
viceable suit for winter
wear; ages, 9 to 12.
Price, $6.
Our stock of CLOTHING
large and varied, while
prices are being named
much lower than ever
before.
Examine well before you
purchase; quality and
prices combined are
telling strong with our
House.
Bffir ORDERS BY MAIL FILLED UPON RECEIPT. -®a
HALE BROS. & CO.,
>'03. 829. 831. 933. SSS X street, and 1026 Xinth street. Sacramento.
MILLINERY.
"F*eilJL Blillinery!
WERE^PECTFCLLYINFORMTIIE LADIES
of Sacramento and vicinity that we
nre prepared to show our Fall Importation of
KUKN-rtl HATS AND BONNETS. Also, lull
line* ofall NOVELTIES pertaining to the season.
MRS. BARBER & PEALER,
621 J Ht., bet. Sixth * Seventh, Sainiiiicnto.
a29-lpBm
FRUITS, SEEDS AFP PRODUCE.
~LYON & CURTIS,
WHOLESALE BEALERS IS
Vegetables, Fruits, Seeds, Batter, Eggs,
AN!)—
PRODUCE GENERALLY,
Nos. 117 to 183 J street, Sacramento.
nIC-lpif
W. R. STRONG & CO..
/'xOMMLSSION MERCHANTS AND DXALXBa
\j lv
-KKDS, FRCITS & QSnSSAX FUOUrrE
Proprietors CAPITAL tTUBSKBIKB, iacrameu
'X>, Cal. Seed and Tree Catalogues k-i t free i n
ipplica) ion. N..H. 6, 8 and 10 J «tre«it. Sac
ramento. N y,
D. DeBERNARD! & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MER- «>
ehautp, andShlppeisofall i:ind>ol
Fruits, Vegetables, f'Uh, c»"™, Jlvr
Poultry, Kggs and General Produce.
Careful attention Riven to the Selection and
Packing of Choice Fruits for Distant Markets.
Nos. 308 and 310 X st., Sacramento, Cal.
oao-im
A. MOOSEB. „. GEHSON.
S. CERSON & CO.,
No. 230 J Street Sacramento.
/GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
\J dealers in Imported and Domestic Fruits
Vegetables, Nuts and Dried Fruits. 0'23-tf
OSKSIJ. BBSaoRT. C. C. BARNES. FRiSKeEEGOBT
GREGORY, BARNES & CO.,
(Successors to Gregory & Co.),
Nos. 126 and 128 J Street.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN PRODCCK AND
Fruit. Ful 1 ptookß of Potatoes, Vegetables,
ireen and Dried Fruits, Beans, Alfalfa, Butter,
Ee?R, Cheese, Poultry, etc., always on hand. Or
lers ailed at lowest rates. aul2-tf
PAINTS AND OILST
JL. CHADDERDON IMPORTER AND DEAL
. er in Paints, Oil?, Varnishes, Window Glasf
Mixed Paints. Aitins* and Painters' Material^
Wall Paper, etc. No. 204 X St., Baoramenl«
uIT-ip'f _^^^
THE " HOMEJEEKER."
Tliclmnii^raHon Association of North
ern California is now preparing to Imm
the XoTomluT number of the w " HOME
SEEKER." It is to bo eularpcnl, ami
full; illustrated with litho?ra»hie views
or >ortheni California. It will contain
practical information of the resources
and advantages of the Northern Coun
ties. Allthe proceeds ofthispuhlicat ion
will lte devoted to the carrying on 01
immigration work. We appeal to the
business men of the Northern part of the
State to erive it their advertisiusr sup
port. By so doing-, the work of bring
ing: an increa.se of population to the
State will be carried on. At Oirden a
copy will be put iv the hands of each
incoininsr pa>senarer. In addition to this,
several thousand copies will be dis
tributed on the trains leaving Chicago,
in order to attract the settler intending
to settle in other States and Territories.
Give the " HOME SEEKER" your sup
port. apT-tf
DANCINC TEACHER.
"PARTIES DESIRING TO FORM PRI- M
J_ vate or public school in city or oouu- aO
try towns the coming season, will please /^P
apply or correspond with J. P. MEL-w A^
CHIOR, Saeramtnto. 021-ln
SACRAMENTO, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1885
J TAILORING.
, Tlioa. Bromley,
THE NEItCHAST TAII.nn,
HAS REMOVED HIS PLACE OF BOHNBBS
to Nn. 516 J street, a few doors west of the
old stand. All the Latest Styles of Imi>orted
anil Domestic Goods for GENTS' FALL AND
1 WINTER WEAR in stock. A ' >U
1 WPBICEB Till: LOWEST!
nSlplm W-IVOKK THE BEST!
railroads, .steamersTetc*.""
| SOUTHERN PACIFICCOMPANY
qiRAINS LEAVE AND ARE DUE TO ARRIVE
j 1 — XT—
j S_A CRAMENTO.
I.F.AVK KKOM OCT. IS, ISBS. AKRrvB
(►'OR) (FROM)
; 7: -JO a. Calisloga aud Napa. 705 p
•ifcßO P. ril-25 A
12*5 P. Col&x 10-20 A
1030 a. Helta il'ortland, via Davis 3:15 p.
I 1T* 6105 A - Tehnina. via Chico «j*ll:30 p.
7". r. ICni^its Landing 7:C5 a.
*.V! 5 P. f Mojave, Demiiiif, 1 Eipr"s *9:00 a.
•5:15 P. IE! I'aso and Eaatj Emgr't *Jflo a.
7::;". p. jOsden and Ea.-i | Exprest 7:00 a.
7:85 P. i ' /Emigu't Mj,
<p. Red BlufT. viaMarysville.... 10:15 a.
6:00 a. Saa FrancUoo, viaßeuicla.. 8:00 p.
130 a. ■• ... _ 7f15 p
I 240 P. " " " " .. 1136 a.
U:»0 A. I " " "Livcrmorc 2:^o r.
! •10SO a. ■' " " steamer... «6.00 a.
ll:;!0 a. rian Jose 2^o p
l!:::i a. Stix.'ktou and iJalt ?:2i) p!
•6:18 P. " " '• »9:00 a.
•11:o0 a. Tulare and Fresno
7:20 a. Valtejo 11:28 A.
2:50 P. - +7;oj p.
i 8. and P. R. K.
•7:30 a. f Folsoia, Latrobe and ) *1:55 p.
i _!?' 00 _J'-_ I -Shiusle Sprtngg / »10:-0 a.
a. For Morning. p. For Afternoon.
I* SuaJays excepted. t Sundays only.
\* Freight and Accommodntion Trains.
A. N. TOWNE, General Manager.
| T. H. Goobmas, Geu'l Pass, and Ticket Ageut
tottf
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
FOX HOSOLULC.
j mHB SPLENDID NEW 3,000- __.
1_ Ton Steamships will leave tha
Compauy's Wharf, corner Steuan ~»_~£i'l2_±?'
an^l Tlsrrisoy frtr"*>tn nt \v m • -^**v«^SRr
AUUr.I)A THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15th
MAKIi'OSA MONDAY. DECEMBER 2d
Freight, »S Per Ton.
4VKxcuniou Tickets at Reduced Rates. For
passage or further particulars, apply to J. D.
hPRECKKLS A 8R0<5., Agents, :M7 Wirie: street,
corner Fremont. 018-tf
EBNER BROST,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS m
WINES AND LIQUORS,
116 and ilB X St., bet. Front and Second, Bao
AGENTS FOB THE CELEBRATED
POatMKRT ANl> OBENO rBtAMPAOITE.
025-lplm
NEUBOURG & LAGES,
Star Mills and Malt l-'ouse. '
HOPS, MALT, PRODUCE, CR.wTN'. FEED
and Brewers' Supplies.
1016, 1018, 1030 Fifth st., Sacramento.
i **" Exchange Sold on all the Principal Cities
j of Europe. nl-lptf
ANHEUSER ST. LODIS
B 3E! IE XI ,
OS DX IUGHT, AT
GRDHLEE'S SALOON,
Wo. B2« J street. [»30-lplml Sacramento
Blocks Ninth and Tenth, W and T grreata
BACRAMENTO, CAL.
W TsiKFHOKI NO, 155. oIS-lp
CHAXGED DAILY FOR C. H. GILMAX-NOYEMBER 1 1, 1885.
TO-MORROW: Ladies' Fine All-wool Jerseys;
braided back and front, The best ever shov/n
in the city for $1.
This season of the year people ia the
conntFy usually come to tbe city to make
their Fall and Winter Purchases. A visit
to the RED HOUSE will well repay you, as
there are many advantages to be gained by
dealing with onr House. A great deal of
time and trouble is saved, as here you will
find a good assortment to select from in
each Department. If DRESS SUITINGS are
wanted, hundreds of bolts greet yon in all
shades, kinds and qualities; handsome
SILKS, VELVETS AND PLUSHES, in every
shade imaginable; piles of PRINTS,
GIKGfIAMS AND SHIRTINGS; DOMESTICS,
FLANNELS AND LINENS, by the case;
mountains of BLAEKETS, QUILTS ASD
COMFORTS; the latest styles in LADIES',
MISSES 1 AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS; the
pretty things in the MILLINERY DEPART
MENT must be seen to be appreciated;
FANCY GOODS— there is no end to ttis
branch— it comprises so many different
articles.
Over one hundred different lines cf Shoes
can be found in that Department, and the
same in lea's and Boys' Boots; elegant
Furnishing Goods for Men's Wear; stylish
and fashionable Clothing, in all grades:
the newest in Men's, Youths' and Boys'
Hats; Trunks, Carpets, Matting, and
hundreds of other things that cannot be
spoken of at this time.
Each day we are receiving
Cases of New and Fresh Goods.
■■•-■. •
Nos. 714 and 716 J straot. and 713 and 715 Oak Avenne. Sacramento
UNDERTAKERS.
J. FRANK CLASK,
O««atr Coroner and I ndert»k*x,
Ko. 1017 fourth street, bet-veen J and X.— "
Aivari ob hand »he most corapset« ftcv* . t ■■
UaiJtruking Good* on the coast. Oosntff .
Tien, day or night, will rHctive prtKn|S «c
-leaUon.-Tdepaone Niimher, 13*. jo-«.;'T. '
W. J. KAVAKADG3. |
nSBKBTAREE,
Jf'S J street, fcst. ri.lb and Sirtb . * Itxt* o»g
hand a large '.sc^rt-nent cf Mei»J!ic *.•*»
Wooden Oaik Bmlal Oasoi, c-oEjis
Shnmdsfnrni < )(lin orders will twelve?
prompt attent .. ca abort notice and at Utkf
lowe« rai r.pen d*y *g d °|f^^^
BEEVES &"LON(J, |
I! N D E Ii T A Iv F. 5t 6,
No. 009 J st., bet. i-ixrli ami Sever.tii (north '■<
side), have on ha-.iO a complete ,-nrk of 5
Coffins and Casketi, with Trimming" to a
match. ETeryihinjr new. Also. & Fine Stock i
of Shrouds aoii Ha in of :he late-.t desjgai. i
Ordersatien ■■(.•d to promptly day.or nlght.o3- I
jtoEammmmmmt'tiiiu v n ."i.ia.iissKtap'?
if !■■!■■■ IllWimilll !■ 11l 'I i
FILITZ * MTLLES,
tna>KRTAKE.K3,
Offloe In Mi Fellows' Tetaj>i% >Snm ay |
X ttreeta. Oomplc!« c'.ncU nf ' cdcrtat-ST *
Good* QOMtantlT on hand. Citr asd arniii- I
tir orders promptly atvn.iM to. <i»y at ■
Aubt, at reuon&ble rtvat ' wl
MISCELL AM OIS.
J. F. HILL,
Sol. 1301 to 1323 J street, Sacrapiento.
MANUFACTURER OF
Carriages, Bugles, Ks-/agSM£\
preES, Thorougl: brace ar.dbff llpiwEfes*.
Quartz Wagons/Dealer in OaS,-^^^-^*^—^f
Ash and Hickory Lumber; Hnbf, SpokM, Kel
lies, Bow?, Rims Shafts and Poles. Manufact
arer of the " UGHTNIN3" HAY TRESS. scud
loi Catalosni^K o2il-iTitf
WATERHOUSE & LESTER.
— IMPOBTEBB OF
AND CAKUIAOE TRIBEWINO3,
TO9, 711,713 and 713 J Street, Sacramento.
g OB - J6 Beale Street san Francifro
No. IS9 Front Btreet tnl-tfl New York
O'NEAL & SON,
Dealers in all kinds of
Wooa a.xt.<X CJoa.l,
Second Street, betnepn I. and H.
miIANKIXG THE PUBLIC FOR PAST FA-
J. vors. we so'.icit a contiimanoi-. Wood and
Coal at the lowest prices. Remember w» give '
full weight and measure. „::i Tpim
JAMES McCAW'S
"\*7"ood «fc Coal Yard,
518 L street, betnrern Filth and Sivth.
TUE CHKAPE6T IN TOWN. ANY KIXDOR
□nantity of Wood, Coal, Coke, Ch&rooal or
Kindling at the lowest prices. Welllrwton
Seattle. lone Coals a spceiulty. Weights and
measure.- jjuaranteed.
uMplin' JAS. Mr-CAW. Proprietor ,
Apollinaris
JL "THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
"// has steadily secured increasing popidar and pro
fessional favour, as a pure and agreeable Table Water"
BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL. Mq 3 i, l 8
ANNUAL SALE, IO MILLIONS.
Of all Grocers, Druggists, and Mineral Water Dealers.
BEWARE OF IMITA.TIOISTS.
-KISCKLLAJSt'OUS.""
ALWAYS ON HAND!
AT Tilt
Ko. 1118 ,1 STREET,
miTE CHOICEST IN THE WAY (IF STAPLE
J. and Fancy GROCERIES, with (trice* as low
as tliu inurket wiK J^.i^>^v.
o-JT-lplm .- I AI.OMOX &. HAVFORD.
KOHLER & CHASE,
SVN' FRANCISCO.
HEADQUARTERS FOR BAND IXSTiU T
meuls and Band Supplies, Pianos an<l Or-
05-BmMWF<fcwSm
\ uoMEnpATi:: 1 :
jjjfr CareDi ■
&!es'Ke.s, Cattle, Sheep
DOGS, HOGS, POUIiTEX,
In nse for over 20 yciu-8 oy Fnviilti'd,
Stockbreeders, Horse B. li., &c.
Used by U. S. Government.
«5T STA3LE CHART -a*
Bamited on Ro!le:i & Book Hailed yree,
lf»l»|llll< H'lfllJ So.. ?03 Fulton Si.. X. Y.
Kp^ EUSIPEaSYS'
W^^'^s 2-^sopateio £%fk
S?LO-SFIC No,
bneS rwrs. T'^o:i!- wcgCTgfnl remedy tat
Nsnrous BeliiUty, Vital Weakness,
and Probation, i .rnVver-wnrk or other aunS
?l pfcr v,.\i. or .'1 rlnla .'.nii H~ •. i.-.l powder, i»r #5.
BOLDTY D;*.TT( - ■ » entpotitpaid oa roc»*ipi.Qi
flOt filiri^lirp" iilllMOi ,1« I- ultra St., S. K.
SACRAMENTO PLAHIHG MILLF^
Vf ANTFACTUREItS O? DOOSS.^UjN jfcf
Jl Windows, BbnOs, Moldings. i^jSj
Finifih Door anfl Window Fratncß. 'y£fj£±=i "
Brackets and Turaiiix Stair Work ; M~~”
a sji-tecialiy. "'.' .
33~ ('oruer Front «.nrt Q streets, A^E
HARTWECt, HOTCHKISS it ST.UKISB.
n.'iMnim
H. P. OSBORN'S
Wood and Coal Yard. Ko. 306 I street.
TT7ELI.INGTOS, S-KATTLE. SCOTCH. SPUNT
VY and lone Cool- AlaoTCoke, Pine »ad Oak,
Qtucou, Pitch rtna, and Pine Kindling; 4-!»ot
St-eoml-growtli Oak *»•■; Stove V."(kxl deiiv^ted
p7o3lp'.lV. TiXEI'HOS-K. Nil eW
ni-4t.it W. E. OSBORN. Proprl^oi.
■ ■ j
WIRED WORDS.
[STECTAI. DISPATCHES TO THE P.ECOBI>-U>-lON. ]
OOMKSTIC NEWS.
California Fi ults In the Kaaf.
Ni-.'.v yomc November ]oih.— "This lias ,
' been in all respects a more satisfactory year
than last year for California fruits," said a
Washington Market dealer to your corre
spondent. '■ We received and sold almost
twice the quantity, and established a grip
on tbe N«w York market which we hope
to maintain. The fruit this year came
through in better condition, with one sin
gle exception, that of graj.es. Theft-eight
charges, too, are a little more reas uoable.
California pears have established a name
here which p laces them above their native
companions. Peaches, too, are in demand,
but lose much of their delicious flavor by
the long journey . Grapes are so plentiful
in New York State that-unl ss California
fruit is in tip-to; iditi in the former will
have the call amort - the dealers here. Our
customers comprise all classes. Within
tbe past year or two Italian street venders
ore am on : the hi a\ i< si pun basers. <>f
course wealthy New Yorl
the best consumers, outside of the mer
chants who make a peci illy of California
fruit. Broadway fruit di .-.'. ■;> sell our fruit
at an enormous pn lit. With tbe exception
of fruit stored in :, .■. 3 none
from tbe !'.■ 1 '.;\ market now. ,j.
cepl a few grape.-, v. hich sell from $1 to $6
per c ise, ac idition. We ei
pee.t one lot more of a few cast -. which will
■ le last of the se ison."
More Political Conunil.-nnis and Tlitir
Answers.
Louisville i Cy.), November 10th. — The
■-./' n ■■' will publish to-morrow let
ters from 160 t::i mbers of Cot !
Democrats and 91 Republicans. These
letters are in response to four questions,
sent out by O. O. Stealey. the Washi
correspondent of the Courier-Journal, as
follows :
I First— Would yoa favor an amendment \" t : :."
rales ol the Mouse, providing that U:<- general
I appropriation bills, except the legislative, sun
: dry, civil and deficiency bills, shol] he j ■■
I and ir. lied hereafter by the appn
standing committee, as on the other several
branches of the public service.
lid— Do you favor anj change in the laws
governing .~;l\ .t i olnage and silver ci rtificatei .
and, If bo, what modification would you regard
. ?
Third— W bat i ztent, In your opinion, -.-.
revision of the tariff and h ; rnal revenue laws
De '\'- Iral le cxl sion.
Foiirtl '•■'■ ■ ' , your i boice for U c caucus
aomi! atlon for Speaker?
In tii ■ Dem tcratic :■■ 17 unquali
fiedly favor an amendment of the rules;
five give a qualified answer; lour oppose a
chang -. and thr ■>■ are non-committal. To
the sei oi diver question, four favor
■' ■ : "' opp i c it. and six are non
littal. To the third, or tariff reform
question, •">:; favor tariff agitation, thr< ■ op
pose and three are non-committal. For
Speaker, :,, aro for Carlisle, om
tor Randall, and one non-commit
tal. The whole number of Republican
members who responded is 91. For.
unending the rules of the House, 48 un
qualifiedly approve, 12 qualify their an
swers, 9 oppose and -11 are non-committal.
Sixty favor legislation on the silver ques
tion,l6 oppose it and 15 are non-committal.
Seventy-live oppose tarill legislation, i
favor it and 12 are non-committal. For
Speaker. 30 are for Frank Hiscock, 23 for
Keed of Maine. 11 for Governor Long of
Massachusetts and l 1? are non-committal.
A I'ost uftice I>i-,iimiiiuril " f*»r Cause."
Washisotoh, November LOth. — The
Postofficeat Plymouth, Box Elder county,
I tali, was to-day discontinued for the
reason that everyone had moved out of the
town, leaving only the Postmaster with his
four wives and fifteen children as the only
occupants of the place.
Capital Notes.
Washington. November 10th. — The
Postmaster-General to-day appointed the
following fourth-class Postmasters: Wyo
ming, Beckton, George P. Beck; Hilliard,
George W. Carleton. Montana. Big Tim
ber, (). M. Hatch; Poagan, Samuel M.
Martin. Nevada, Fort Ilalletk, Charles K.
Mayer.
The only general question discussed at
the meeting of the Cabinet to-day was in
regard to the construction of the new naval
cruisers authorized at the last session of
Congress. All the members were present.
No action in the Sterling case was taken
by the Civil Service Commission at its
meeting to-day.
The I)e«d Alive— A Singular Story.
I'mi-.tj -. m> (Maine), November 10th. —
Aii-iut fourteen months ago Joseph Dyer,
-■■) years, of Cape Elisabeth, 'was
thrown from a wagon, and was Dicked up
dead, as supposed. The body waa ii
in Evergreen Cemetery. A. si.ort time ago
his parents were warned that he was olive
and well, and would soon be home. The
coffin was exhumed, and when it was about
being opened at the Dwyer residence,
young Dyer walked into the house and
said, when.he Baw what was being done :
"Don't open it, for here! am." Hi ap
pearance, aa may well be supposed, ■
an exciting scene. I: is supposedthat medi
cal students dug u>> the b.i,]y for the pur
pose of dissection, found Dyer alive and
treated him until he thoroughly rec ••■ d,
The young man remembers nothing of
what took place while in the doctors' bands.
Woman Murdered by Her Son.
R.T.i Wobth (Te.\ ', November LOth.—
Advices from Fanning, in Clay county,
te details of the deliberate murder,
last Saturday, of Mm. Sanford, wife ol J-:.
C. Sanford, a planter, by berson, Valentine
Sanford, 11 years of age. The boy com
mitted the deed during his father's a ■
from home, by Bring five shots at his
mother, with a Winchester ri:!.\ while nlic
was working in the fields, fie was after
wards assisted b\ bis father in a scan '■ fi c
lii-" wife. Some neighbors found the
woman's body im Sunday evening, and t!ie
boy then confessed the crime, Buyinc he
hadahto intended to kill his fatheivthen
sell tho plantation and become a brigand.
']!:•• youthful murderer exhibits norei
for the deed. 11^ is now in jail.
Coiut-lK.iisc Destroyed hy Fine.
Galvestos, November 10th. — A special
from Centerville, Texas; to the .\>j "..'.- iya :
At midnight, last night, Humes were dis
[covered in the County Treasurer's office in
the Court-house of Leon county. The lire
spread rapidly, and consumed the entire
■ building. Many valuable records* dating
back thirty years, which cannot be dupli
cated,-were burned. The County Clerk's
safe contained luge sums ofm< nay on de
posit, which, il is believed, will be found
intact Tlic lire was undoubtedly of incen
diary origin, as> traces of kerosene have
been found.
Another "Old Man B»a<icr."
I.incui.x .ili.i, November :>Hh.— A sen
sation was caused to-day by the discovery of
portions of tha bones of at least three per
sons under the smoke-house of a home-
Btend belonging to one John. Ilaines from
1872 to LBBO Haines was adesperate rhar
acter and the tenor of his neighbors. He
was ■ i>:u-! ; cit>ant in several bloody affrays
here,and was himself tbia in Kansas a
year a^go. It ia now genesatty believed that
Haines «aa another ' old "man Bender."
and thai khe bones found are the remains,
of sunn of his victims. An examination
of the i remises will beiuaile to-morrow.
Turniiig tU« Table*.
1 ■ i:i\mi (O.), November 10th.— O. D.
Crocker, President of the Copper King
'! i. -- Company, of New Mexico, who
was arrested al the instance of D. A. Den
nett; of rombstom . Arizona, fjr securing
$MXe<X) worth of pvoperrv under false j.re
teases, bronglit suit'a.-ai'is' ihec mpany
today for S10O,0(K>, advanced by him to
Uaproveand open the mine.
The Texas Strike.
Galvkstoh, CToyemoer loth.— The com
mittee of arbitration for the stitlemnit of
the recent strike inaugurated in this iitv
j held a continuous session to-day. The tes
timony taken is being reduced" to writing.
The situation continues grave. Colored
laborers all over the city are awaiting the
rr?uit of the arbitration committee's labors
with undisguised interest. They feel thai
their interests are being jeopardized by the
Kni-hts of Labor. This feeling has been
intensified by a rtrmrad from the local As
sembry of tho Knights of Labor for the
dismissal of three colored men.
Constitutionality of the Election RoKl.try
iv Ohio.
CoixMi:r-. Xo\'einber 10th,— The habeas
| corpus case before the Supreme Court,
i brought from Cincinnati, in which is in
j volyed the constitutionality of the flection
! registry, was argued to-day. Kittred^e and
' McDou3a.ll speaking in favor of the law,
and John Follet making an argument
against its constitutionality. A decision in
the case will not probably be rendered be
fore next Tuesday.
A Ghastly Discover}-.
New York. November 11th — a. m. — La
borers yesterday, while excavating for a
building in Brooklyn, found eighteen
human skulls in a contracted place, only
■ n inches below the surface. The dis
covery caused a great excitement, a- no one
can explain the mystery. The lots were
never built upon.
FORKIGN SEWS.
Agreement ot the ITlllic— linn
Lohdoh, November 10th.— The Embas
sadorsof the Powers at Constantinople
have nached a unanimous decision, re
commending the^complete autonomy of
Bulgaria and Eastern Koumelia,
The Servians and Bulgarians.
60FTA, November 10th.— Tne Bulgarian
and Servian patrols on the frontier are
daily exchanging shots. The Servians
have crossed the frontier near Tein. and
advanced three miles. They made an in
nal attempt to captures party of Bul
garian patrol guards. The Bulgarian ont-
I lavebeen reinforced and a serious
conthct is feared unless the Servians re
tire.
Bivouacked iv l>eeji Snow.
Belgrade, November 10th.— Three Ser
vian regiments have occupied the fron ■■:
hightsat [sarifrod. They are bivouacked
in ■ict ;i snow. Heavy enaa have been
mounted on the forta along the Danube
river as far as Raduyevatz, to guard again-; i
the passage of the Bulgarian flotilla.
More Money for t!i«* <ireek Ainiy.
Athens, N'ovi mber 10th. — The Chamber !
ol Deputies has voted another grant of
$5,000,000 for the army.
War Formally Declared Against Rurinali.
LoKnos, November 10th.— A Cabinet
Council was held at the official residence of
the First Lord of the rreasury to-day. The
reply of King Tbeebaw to England's ulti
matum having been read, the Cabinet de
clared' War against Bonnah. and a formal
declaration ol wax, with the Queen's sanc
tion, has !'i --.i issued.
Civilians Attacked by Soldiers.
Limebick, November 10th.— Owing to
the recent civilian attack, a large party of
the Ring's Royal Rifles broke out of"the
barracks here | (-night, armed with bayo- 1
nets, and made an Indiscriminate attack :
upon the people residing in the vicinity, j
One man was stabbed in the head, and
three others were severely wounded. Pick
ets were immediately sent out, and the
Mayo;- and a large force of police soon ar
rived and suppressed the disorder. Tl ■
people residing in the vicinity fled in ter
ror to their homes, and barricaded their
. The soldiers were eventual!;
veye i back to the barracks.
A Nationalist Outrage— Agrarian Harder, i
Dublin, November 10th. — While Michael i
Nugent was proceeding to Bally Mahon •
Union, to record his vote, contrary :
wishes oi the Nationalists, be was dragged
from his car and beaten so badly that his
life is despaired of. His assailants cs- !
(aped.
Roger O'Brien, a prominent member of
the National League, has been shot m
Athlone. Two arrests have been made in
connecti in with the affair. The shooting
resulted from agrarian troubles.
Resiei atiou Caused by Illness.
Bbusbim, November 10th. — M. Anethan
has resigned the Presidency ol the Senate,
on account of illness.
The Frenih Chamber of De pntirs.
Paris, November LOth.— ln the Chamber
of Deputies to-day. M. Flouquei was
elected temporary President, and MM.
De LaOorgeand bane Vice-Presidents.
The Case or Kiel.
MORTSKAX. November 10th. — Mr. l-'itz
ptrick. EUel's counsel, returned from Eng- 1
[and to-day, and left at once for Ottawa. |
He says Kiel's fate is still in the balance,
but it will lie decided to-morrow. The
reprieve until Monday was granted at the
:■ [Uestof high ecclesiastical authority, on
the ground thai the man was not in a
proper frame of mind to meet hN fate,
being under the impression that his life
would be spared. Mr. Fitzpatrick inter
viewed the Secretary of State (or the Col
onies previous to his departure, and was
informed that the Imperial Council would I
not interfere.
WnraiPEG, November 10th.— Dr. Ji-.k^<,
surgeon to the mounted police, of Mon
treal, D. I.avciie, Warden to the Kingston
Penitentiary, and two other physicians,
have been Becretly examining Hid a 1 Re
gina. They are understood to be a' ■
ment commission on insanity. Lavelle
expressed the opinion thai Kiel is insane,
but the preparations arc going on for iii.i
execution.
Another Steamer Ashore.
Quebec, November 10th. — A dispatch
from Anticosti states that a sailor from the
steamer Brooklyn, from Liverpool for this •
port, reports that that vessel went ashore
near Hen h Point on Sunday morning. He
that no one had 'been on board
the sti aiuer since the accident oci a
The weather was very rough, and two
compartments were full of water.
struck in a bad place and her position is
■•us.
I SECOND WBPATCH.I
Qi bbrc, November 10th. — Later advices
from Heath Point state that the passengers
of the steamer Brooklyn, ashore at that
point, are all safely landed, and son •
sheltered under canvas :,t different
p lints along the coast, while
• i in the fishermen's huts
. r-> Bay, ten miles from Heath Point.
The I 'aptain telegraphi I for immediate as
sistance, and his reqn st was forwarded
to the authorities at Ottawa. The reply
said that the Government steamer Napo
leon lii. would be sent lothe rescue. The
steamer \yiil proceed Iron- here to
morrow afternoon at 1 o'clock, and it will
take two days to reach the wreck.
'1 he Brooklyn bad a crew oi about sei
and forty passengers, of which only three
were saloon passengers. The amount of
insurance is unknown.
''.M.IioUMA LIOH Kll.l.EO.— Till' Si.
Helena (Xapa county) Star sayi :
l'.rsinie tune past it has been known
that a large and ferocious beast n&s been
haunting the vicinity of the Phttsnix mine.
iu:'.r Upper Pope. Nomeron ■ depredations
haye been committed on stock and fowls.
[I is supposed thai about twenty goats, be
longing to Xr:. Stilbaugb. have been de
voured, and Dumbemof chicken owned by
partii - residing at the mine. The tracks ol
a large animal have been seen in din, rent
in the vicinity. a:ui not long since a
lady walking alone in the w Is. in the
moonlight, came suddenly in sight of a
largebeasi resembling ■ dog. it growled
and she ilcd precipitately, while the animal
sltffik oil' in tlx; dariOMH. A few days ago
Charlie Lswley, of Black Oaks, near the
Hionix mine, went out un a deer hunt, ac
companied by his dog Jack, a l'u!l-blo;>drd
ieerhonnd. While standing tor a moment
under a low bushy tree, he lieiinl a peculiar
growl. Be instantly looked up, and what
: was his surprise to see a monstroas beast
crouched among the branches. Stepping
back quietly he raised his gun and Bred
just a.s the animal was in the act of spring
ing to the ground in the brush. His faith
ful dog immediately sprang rafter him,
when Charlie gave him another s!iot.
woondinc him severely. On 4 more shot
finished him; and drawing hine out at full
length. Charlie had the pTeagareoJ seeing
be! . c him the terror of the oeudiboi
a fall-grown California lion. He measured
six feet eight inches from the tip of his
nose to the end of his tail. Jli> tail was
thirty inches long, his foreiagtwelve bo bes
round, and bis paw seven inches long and
four inches wide. He was thirty-vight
inches around the body, and weighed 120
pounds.
CvLiroßxiA oiAii-.— The Winnemucca
( Nov. i >■;■/,,, ■ si.:it fuakhesthe f^i'>wing:
F. A. Merrow sayi tbeeanyaaa in t!ie
!>un <;i(;ii range, near his cattlt range, are
alive with California quail. H
know whether they wandered east from
the Sierra XeTa'la. or arc the oApring nf a
flock which John Gnthrie brou^-lit from
California sota* Tears axo and set ;it large
on liis ranch in firass Valley, bat vrherever
thej- came from, they are qnita nttnierOßa.
Flocks of these quail are also seen in the
eanjons in the uioniitaius west of Willow
Point, Paradise Talley, ami thty seera to
be as much at Iki:!c in the huiialo brush
B3 in tlip. chaparral of California.
An Italian military company is to be or-
in Stockton.
WHOLE NO. 10,783.
TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.
Kate Field will deliver a lecture in New
\ortcon the 28tli inst. on the social and
political crimes of Utah.
Henry Mellert tried to poison his mother
and two brothers at Kingston, X. V., by
putting arsenic in their tea.
A telegram from Rangoon states that war
between liurmah ami the Indian Govern
ment lias been formally declare.].
Professor Powell has written to Secretary
Lamar, denying the various charges affect
ing discreditably the administration of the
geological survey.
The United States steamer Powhattan
has been considerably damaged at A-pin
wall m a gale, ami will probably be or
dered to Key West for repairs.
The picking of the Southern cotton crop
has progressed satisfactorily ,iurin X - the past
month, the proportion of "the crop remain
ing in the fields being generally estimated
ut one-third.
The agreement providing for the reci
procal crossing of the Internationa] bound
ary lmr by troops of the United States and
Mexico in pur-nit of hostile Indians, has
been extended until November 1, I-.-.;.
Sanford Flemine telegraphs from British
Columbia to Sir John Mac-Donald, that the
I first through train over the Canadian. Pa
cific accomplished the journeyc y in live days,
and that the trip would shortly be m .
passenger trains in fourdays.
The sngeestion has been made :■ the
Kcgonti „t Muuni Vernon dv Horace J.
| Smith, of Santa Barbara, I il . that
jof trees be planted on the estate, these
plantations to be made ap of plants char
j acteristic of the i from.
Colonel Thomi a Lowry, the leading spirit
in the American . ys the
enterprise is to be Lurried forward as rapidly
as the exige ici< sof tl ■ .■ ; li permit,
: and that ample capital, both si Minneap >-
lis and S:. Paul, i- interested in the project.
The hearing ..f the petition for the ap
pointment 01 a receiver for the charter
Oak Life Insurance Company was resumed
in the Connecticut Supreme Conn Monday
afternoon. Tar assets of the corporation .
are said to be $2,819,790, and tin; lia :
5,228 ::>.
The Baliimore anil Ohio Railroad Com
pany, which has claims against the Gov
j ernnu-nt for transporticg I ;,,! sup.
plies to the Army of the Potomac during
the late war, is making every preparation
to have Congress appropriate money for
that payment.
The inaugural ceremonies of the N
SoutH a:-,'! Central A :;]<■■
took place in New Orleans yesterday. The
weather was clear :.■: \ \ leasant, Bags were
lyed tiiro'i.-ii.ut the city, and the
I commercial exchanges and other business
ospendi d.
Tlic trill in London of Mr. Si
c /'•/// Mall if. <■• : Sampson Jacques,
]of the same newspaper ; Mrs. Rebecca Jar
i rett and Madame Louise Meurry, on a
i charge ol indecently assaulting Eliza Arm
; strong, resulted in a verdicl of guilty a
: all four prisoners, who were sentenced as
follows: Stead tl cc months, Rebecca Jar
rett six months, ami Bampson Jacques one
month, all without hard labor; t^jniso E.
Moorry, six months ami hard labor.
PACIFIC COAST ITEMS.
Jackson, Amador county, is to have new
gas works.
The Kutte county public schools cost
$60,000 this year.
Only four high licenses have been issued
so far in Los Angeles.
A great many invalids are arriving in
Los Angeles daily from the East.
After January Ist Santa Barbara county
will pay no more bounties for wildcat scalps.
Ip to last Sunday $11,034 had been sub
scribed to the railroad celebration fund in
Sun Diego.
Extensive experiments in growing to*
bat in and rice are to be made in Tulare the
coining season.
L. p. Dai ley of Cold Fork. Cottonwood
creeß, Tehama county, has raised a squash
weighing V2l pounds.
The Arizona Territorial Insane Asylum
i- to be erected ahout two miles outside of
the town limits of Phoenix.
There are six Hour mills in operation in
I Ban Jose, and the margin for proiit is said
t" be very small on their output.
Traver, Tulare county, has a band of
■ regulators" who see to it that obnoxious
characters arc forced to move on.
During the past season the night of the
Mormon temple at Salt Lake City has been
increased by sixteen courses of stone.
Metallurgi al works are to be established
:n Latourelle Falls, on thelineot the rail
road between Portland and the Cascades.
Jew fish weighing from l 50( SJOOpounds
are frequently caught in the Santa Barbara
channel and arc said to be very good eating.
At the recent San Diego fair there were
1 separate entries and 147 drat premi
ums, besidi s ! 19 second premiums and di
plomas were awarded.
Coyi ' ai c n; ■ ted >•■;■■,■ n imeroua in
the Butte county foothills, where they are
committing depredations on the .sheep and
othei ■ animals.
The Los Angeles Police Commission era
have issued a ukase that "any police officer
! meddling in politics, or trying to influence
voters, will be dismissed from the force at
once."
The effort to incorporate the town of
Redding has proved a failure, and th
mittee appointed to take charge oi il:- mat
ter have 1 ii Lven two years in which to
report.
Tin' Dalles (Or.) City Council has provid
ed that ail manufacturing > nterpri&es cost
ing $2,000 or more shah be exempt from
city taxation for the first five years after
completion.
The census of Union county, <>r., shows
that the number of legal voters number
2,092; females, 1,253; males, 5,335. The
valuation of the annual products of the
county ia $2,000,000.
The Portland Oregonian says: The
wharves are beginning to Do lined with
ships or.cc more, and bluff, bronzed Cap.
and smart 'prentice liovs in natty
e.ips and hi;: mufflers are becoming plenti
ful on the streets.
K. M. Aeils. of Walla Walla, raised .%0
sacks of sweet potatoes on two acres of land
never before cultivated. The land is a
rocky creek bottom, and while, situated
j only a mile from th.it city, was never con
■ ndered worth the tax money.
sn.AR Cave in Both Gocttt. — Tlie
I bICO BtCOld -.;;■- :
\V<- visited :i field of Hi!;;ar cane the other
day. with a Bugar mili atfacl cd. on the
place of J. T. Mclntosh, and examined the
operation ol making syrup from the cane,
and tested the product. Colonel Hogan
and t-eorge Hull set to work last spring
and planted about forty acres cm the place
of. l. T. Mdni .^h. some nvo or three miles
north of Chico, and although than was no
rain after the seed wu planted in the
ground the grain grew very well, ami a fair
product of syrup is expected. While we
understood from Messrs. Hogaa and Hull
that the product per acre was a fair one,
there can be DO doubt but that a favorable
season, with usual spring rain, would pro
duce a much heavier crop of cane. The
Imenl shows that Butte county can
produce all the sugar c.vie required for
home consumption, and we believe there
Uno good raaaon why 11 should not be ai
profitably or iwn v wheat and barley. At
ail events it would help out wonderfully,
when the price of wheat should rule v.->
'.'. :.- it „ ■: past two years.
An OmsSIVE I'akiisan in DATOKB. —
The ' arson (Nev.) A^pail is responsible
for tl«* following:
i W». Corbett, Jr., the young man who
j baa been appointed by the United Btates
I Goremmeni to carry the immediate deliv
■••:'-. in lliis city, has been hard at
work all the pact month waiting patiently
(or tb ■ arrive. During the tern
s»f his tncumbency he has carried three
. and "ii pay day the sum of 18 ■
or*; cut, (at eaob letter carried, •will be
tine him from the national exchequer.
J Besides staggering under the grave respon-
I bihlliti' ! or nil office at the small salary
I above noted, he ii in momentary expecta
tion of being bounced for offensive parti
sarnhip, andhaa it from reliable sources
that he 13 down on the Executive black
■ Mr. Cleveland has not allowed his
to e?car>e liia eagle eye.

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