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SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
VOLUME LIV.-NO. 70.
DAILY RECORD-UNION
Ar£*re<3 ft* Ac Po&t OrTicc at Biiramentc as s**rond class matter
PUBLISHED BY THE
SACRAMENTO PUBLISHIHG COMPANY.
Publication Office, Third St., bet. J and K.
THE DAILY RECORD-OIOZT
Is published every .lay of the weet Sundays ex
oeptea Doublc-sh-.-ei on Saturdays.
For one year : jc v ,
For six mouths 3 =^
lor three months _....,, f ' n 00
Subscribers Kirad by Carriers at Fifteen
..K.NTS j«r week. In nil interior cities and towns
the paper can be had of the principal Periodical
bcaler.s, Newsmen and agent*.
THE WEEKLY UNION
Is the cheapest and most desirable Home, News
and Literary Journal published on the Pacific
Terms, One Year. $2 01
W AS FEU— LOST— FOUXD.
QITCATION WAXTED-BY A LADY AS AN
yj experienced Dane; best of reference giTen;
ÜBS. M A. BROWN, KiKjin I_\ o.lfl Fellows'
Temple, Nirith a?jd X rtreets. nli>-i;t»
■\IT.\M Kli-BY A SINGLE GENTLEMAN
TV employed at the State Capitol, a room
ua l"i.ar.l In ii private family where French o'
German la spoken. Addreas"A. 8.," Ekcorb-
I niun offli'C. . n7-tf
I" ADY AGENTS OF TACT WANTED FOE
_J our Hiist ami I. v in I)i\c!h|iit; no
niimbng. Indorsed by Phyßlclana. Write fo-
Beoled description and terms. KKIHMEI) co'
Buffalo. N. y. ■ n:nplm"
rpo FASHEB&— WE HAVE OK HAND SOME
I First-class American and Scandal
ivm Bands timi we can hunlsb yon m th"
Apply to HODBTON & CO"
Employment Office, tuurth and X
ramenio. „,->_.f
Kill SALE— TO LET.
(>K -"-^I'K— A SECONt-HAND m=m* O
fl Hack, round RliLssfVliP K\£y'
trout: :- In good running unk-r- laßfci-^? 1 -
Wice.flOO. Apply ai 1024 X street,'
between Tenth ami Eleventh.
E°BBALE- ■ BOF FRUIT AND^
Grain Land, S miles from the city, Vj9
at 155 per acre. Inquire at 717 J street. ' >~4
-
Fos - iWN HOES
9yi anold, and one Graj iv^»
Ijearsold; would make a good teu!n:/C2\.
- !^r» fine „l. [nqulre at -J2l
■ oi AH 1 '.1 it., who will
: Undsof labor
n.Vlw*
GARLAND KANi:K~FOR SALE fHE.U'
• I Ingrain
opemore Set and
«tCHAB. M. CAMPBELL'S, i ■■:• X street We
and Be-
8025B O25
FORRENI .'. : j^
t-.ru Coitniri-v. „),.' ( ,f 1 rr^miviiiid one ■pRI
■ ■■' !' !"t, ■-■".■ . :. .■:.■,: ; . i... WWII
built; will fortlfleach. Apply
to CARL 81 lI J street. ..;. if'
mo RENT-ON SHAKES, 1,600 ACR]
JL fine Grain land, in tracts to suit, to parties
• Api.lv to or ad
dress MRS. K. 11. WILSON, Elk Grove, Sacra
meuto rounty. q'jq-1 m*
KWRBAIJD-AN OLD ESTABLISHED GRO
JL eery _Bu»ine*i, on one of the principal
■treets. For particulars apply to HALL, LUHRS
<£CO., Second (treet, between I and J, Sacxa
me" t0 - 017-tf
F)R SALK-A HALF OR m^mrvT
wnole interest in the West- QeP^S^L^
crn Hotel Hacking; twoCarria^ep tS«is^»l(-*
-bud four Horsos an.l ffnrnrwi For
further particulars, Inquire at the Office or of
the Driver. oi 5 . t f
*VO LBT— A NEW HARD-FINISH ED Jttsfc.
JL house; nine rooms, bath. £as aU( ] all K">|
modern couvcuieuces Imiuire at I>ll oJSIIIL
streel - oi?U
ROOMS ! ROOM*!— No. SO3, NORTHEAST
conierof Eighth and X streets; handsome
rooms, single or iv suites; the best rooms in the
city; prices reasonable; street cars from the de
pot pass the door every five miuutes; strictly
first-class 111 every respect.
_ "12-tf MIS. GRICR, Proprietr. -s.
WORK HORSES HfOR~SALE~.
INQtJIREOF L. (-. TOI)IIfNTEI:,<-V
V 1 "r St tnJ of .Sacramento aiidTi^TV
:*■ •*^*.i». ilJLTjßla^ed or improved
email or lar>-o bum oi any kind, make it t
«otat to ,-iali on CARL STBOIiiX, the Bro.
grar, Xl J Btnet, .Sacramento. 3* i»tc<ft«
_^_^^ 016-lm
STOCK F\RM FOR SALE.
*t -jiA MTST BK BOLD BEFORE NO-
O»).»MrW. vember iOth. r>.io acres of tino
Pasture or Fruit Land; 250 litres can be
plowed; plenty of water and timber; 60
acres undi r fence; with a frame Dwell
inc of six o Barns, tOxfiO; ..
. Blacksmith Shop with
. je-hou c; Stone Milk-houi
other Outhouses; a Living Spring. Also I
of Mules and Horse*, from 6 months u< II
Pour-borse Wagon:
in w : new Sulky Kai
other Farming Implements; 10 Cows; ii Year
its, bri '1 to Angora; 7"> Hogs; about

(■D-..1-. >;..■ . Wo ■'. lvi and ■ ordi d. '
1 reek, with its water all the yea.- round, runs
through the place. This is a good bargain. Sit
uatedfoui miles fi n, Amador county,
an.l Beven miles from (one.
S«.">o Twi Qty ai res one and one-half miles
from Loomls, on Line of c. I. K. R, ,\ll cleared
and B .
"«V. O<O 3Lj 3VT A. 3NT,
:t'J5 ,l street, Sacramento. ]y2l-lptf
MOSEY TO LOAN.
Money jo Loan!
4GENT3,
Sin. 1015 Fomtli »t....|sl^-tn... Sacramento.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON REAL ESTATE AND LOANS NEGO
t'": -treet. aulS-:f
MAUKKTS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BDTCHE^
OFFICE AT HEW YORK MAII-^Atan
tet, l'i-Jij an.l lfijj X street, B^BWBH
Sacram.r.to. Cal. Highest Cash
Price paid for I ■ • all *T Jl
knuls. All kinds of Hi "airy and sofa)
attheLowe.il Po slblePrloos. Alllfeatt teptin
ice-h(i-.- . i to shop— a sure guarantee
that it i^v.i prime oonditkm at ail times.
nMptt M. V i.lJi.l L. l-roprietor.
ORIENTAL MARKET,
No. 41S X street, Sarrampnto.
PHIL. HABTHAK, THE OLDEST^BtjaL
Sausage Maker in theeity, i< Mill '"Tt*tr
the liiiii. All kind-of Saus'acvs ::;m«K- Jskafm
in the ■ ,i :ucist careful manner. Also.
for sale t.e>t 1.nr.l iv the market; no mutton
tallow ;■■■.! m d with it. nl lplm
TO THE PUBLIC."
HAVING PCR( BASED THK INTKKKST OF
G, W. SfOREHOCaSiD tlie
FULTON MEAT MARKET,
Corner Fifth and X Streets,
I deslra to mfarm aU that in f'.mire it will be
ktpt in first-, lass style, liie best i,f
Fresh and Salt Meats, Sausages, etc.,
Alway on hand and sold at the most reasonable
rate*.
*3- Full weight and square dealing will be
the mutto.
bn M. F. OI>KLL. rroprletnr.
DONT BE IMPOSED UPON
By C7Jti.l33.faxxi.ox3L !
■VTOTICE TO FISH CONSUMERS.- VVR
xS • Bcatoria] food are can |
aßsiust buying c>h wiiich are canpht in tin?
dxaiuage < anal ami tales, astheyarenotheatUiy
food. There are no fresh fish which bare been
taken from Fisherman's Lake sold at any stand
■ Bt, except at UEOKiiE COOP
KK'B, ■; (treet, between Fifth audoixtli.ol-l-tptf
*■ ' ' ' ™ '" "" "' T I \ \
Price wilh Kit ra Quality Blade. «R \?
-• 1 50. I'ACIFIC SAW MF'6. ■. X
CD., Xos. 17 and lit Fremont Vk
street, San Francisco. VA
apl-lnfFllW \>
HALE BROS, ft CO.
1 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.
OS* ORDERS BY MAIL FILLED UPON RECEIPT. =««
HALE BROS. & CO.,
>'os. 829. 831, 833. 835 X street, and 1026 Xlnth street. Sacramento.
MILLINERY.
I^aill aiillinery!
WE BBSPECTFUIAY INFORM THK I.ADI ES
of Sacramento and vicinin- that we
axe prepared to show our Fall Importation of
FUKNCH HATS AND BONNETS. Also lull
lines of all NOVELTIES pertaining to the .-.unsou.
MRS. BARBER &. PEALER,
631 J St., bet. Sixth & Seventh, Sacramento.
o_"J-lp;',m
jtoutoT^eeds Tax!) "tkoduce. 7
lyon & curtis,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Vegetables, Fruits, Seeds, Batter, Eggs,
an:>
PRODDCE GENERALLY,
Nos. 117 to 133 J street, Sacramento.
nIC-lptf
W. R. STRONG & CO..
/•COMMISSION MEKCHAIiTS AXD UEALESS
\J iv
•^KKDS, KKCITS A OESJJKAL PEOUCCE
fToprietors CAPITAL NfRSKRIKo, iaorame-j
-■xi, Cal. Seed and Tree Catalogues k-i t irtc tw
tppllcatlon. n»m. a, k ami )O J *treet,Bae
ramento. lr ,
D. DeBERNARD! & CO.,
GKNKKAL (T)MMIS.-lON MKH-*
chants, and Shippersof till kind^ol «*§£&».
Fruits, Vegetables, Fi»h, Ghiiic, _J2iJii
Poultry, Kggs anil General l'roduco.
Careful attention Riven to ihe Sclertion and
Packing of Choice Fruits for Distant Murkits.
Nos. 308 and 310 X st., Sacramento, Cal.
i . I ;-lm
A. MOOBEK. a. GEKBON.
S. GERSON & CO.,
No. 220 J Street Sacramento.
/GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
\X dealers in Imported and Domestic Fruits
Vegetables. Nuts and Dried Fruits. 023-tf
U6EKEJ. SRKSORT. C. C. KAK.NES. FRAXK6EKGOBT
GREGORY, BARNES & CO.,
(Successors to Gregory & Co.),
Nos. 126 Hud 128 J Street.
YXTHOLESALE DEALERS IN PKODUCS AND
fY Fruit. Full Ktocks of Potatoes, Vegetablos,
Jreen and Dried Fruits, Beans, Alfalfa, Butter,
Esitk, Cheese. Poultry, etc., always on hand. Or
ders ailed at lowe« rates. aul2-tf
PAINTS AND OILS.
JL. CHADDERDON IMPORTER AND DEAL
. er in Paints, Oib, Varnishes, Window Glasf
Mixed Paints. Artipts' and Painters' Material*
Wall Paper, etc No. 204 X St., Hacramentn
Ql7.7p'<
THE (1 HOME SEEKER."
ThelmniifrrationAssooiationof North
ern California is now preparing to issue
the XovemlxT utiuiber of the"" HOME
9EEKES." It is to be enlarged, and
full} illustrated wit h lithographic views
of Northern California. It will coutaiu
practical information of the resources
and advantages oft he Northern Coun
ties. All the proceeds of this publication
will be devoted to the carrying 1 on oi
immigration work. We app'eal'to the
lni>im>ss men of the Northern part of the
State to srive it their advertisiusr snp
jtort. By so doinsr, the work of bring
msr an increase of population to the
State will be carried on. At Otrden a
copy will be put iv the hands of each
ineoiniusrpassenwr. 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,
(iive the " HOME SEEKER" your nm.
port. ap7-tf
DANCING TEACHER.
PARTIES DESIRING TO FORM PRI- M
vate or public school in city or coun- asJ
try towns the coming season, Will please "9
apply or correspond with J. P. MEL-L-JK.
CHIOK, Sacramento. o2t-la
SACRAMENTO, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1885
j TAILORING.
Tla.o£*. Bromley,
THE MERCHANT TAILOK,
HAS REMOVED HIS PLACE OF BUBDJBBB
to No. ;>lf. J street, a few doors west of the
old stand. All the Latest Styles of Imported
and Domestic Goods lor GENTS' F-VLL \ND '
1 WINTER WEAR in stock.
1 «*- PRICES TIIK H>WEST!
"S-lplm «*-WOKK THE BEST!
RAILKO.U)S, .STEaJIERsTeTcT
j SOUTHERN PACTOOMPANY
a TRAINS LEAVB AND ARE DUE TO ARRIVE
at
j SACRAMENTO.
LEAVE FKOM OCT. 18, 1885. AKRITK
(TO») (FKOM)
7:JO a. Calistoga and Napa 705 p
•240 F. ' " " . •ll'-'5 a'
' <" ■'l'll 10J20 A.
i. lifltai I'ortland, via Davis 3:45 p.
j H*6:o6 a. Tehama, via Chico 1i*ll:30 p.
7:05 P. Knights Landing 7:05 a.
•60S p. f Moiave, Deming, 1 Expr's *9:0o a
•5:15 P. I i:i I'osoaud East j Kmgr't «J:00 A.
~:X> P. JOsden and East > Express 7:00 a.
1 7iir. i " " " / Hmign't 700 a
i 230 P. Rod BhiflT. via Mnrysville.... 1015 a
j 6:00 a. Han Francisco, via Benicia..i 8-00 p.
~'-" ] A -' " ' " .. 7-05 p
2:50 p. " " " .. nag A .
11: .0 a. " " Liverraore 220 r
I »l":"0 a. " " " steamer... »6.'» v. I
11:30 a. San Jose 2HD P
1130 a. Stockton and Gait fc2o r.
*6:IS p. " " '• *9-00 A
♦11: 0 a. Tiilare and Fresno
7" a. Valiejo ni3s jZ
2:50 P. '• t7:05 P.
j S. and P. K. K.
•730 A. j Foisom, Latrobe and 1 »IK> p.
j *3K» P. \ ahlugle Springs / •10:-: i) a.
a. For Morning. p. For Afternoon.
I* Sundays execpted. t Sundays only.
li« Freight and Accommodu'.ion Trains.
A. N. TOWXE, General Manager.
T. H. Goobman, Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent
jyjuf
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
FOX HONOLULU.
I mHE fiPLENDID NEW 3,000-
JL Ton Steasjshljis will leave tha ;^&,
J Company's Wharf, corner Steuart -. "^-'J^t?
bd(\ Harrison Rtr^tn riip m • -*3wvjiS£>
A IV ••,;«!) i THURSDAY. NOVKMIiKR TVJi
MAKIi'OSA MONDAY. HKCKMBER 2d
Freight, «!> Per Ton.
*»-KjK-ureiou Tickets at Reduced Rates. For
passage or further particulars, apply to J D
SPRECKELS & BROS., Agent*, SU7 W&fiet street,
corner Fremont. oIS-tf
EBNER 8R057,~
FMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALEKS LN
•*- WINES AND LIQUORS,
118 and iIS X St., bet. Front and Second, Bao
ASENTH FOB THE CELEBRATED
H( »M MF.KV ANl> ORENO rHAMPAQNK,
025-lplm
NEUBOURG &~XAGES,
Star Mills and Malt Pouse.
HOPS. MALT. PRODUCE, GR^.:N, FEED
and Brewers' Supplies.
1016. 1018, 1030 Fifth st., Sacramento.
i ,**" Exchange Sold on all the Principal Cities
) of Europe. 'm-iptf
ANBEUSER ST. LOUIS
ON PUIUOHT, AI
QHDHLER'S SALOOK,
M 0.1522 J wireet. IoSO-iplmi Sacramento
Blocks Ninth and Tenth, W and V srreaU
SACRAMENTO, CAL.
«- TiLSPnoNK Xo, 15S. OIS-ip
CHANGED DAILY FOR C. H. OILMAN— NOVEMBER 11, 1885.
TO-MORROW: Ladies' Fine All-wool Jerseys;
braided back and front, The best ever sbov/n
in the city for $1.
This season of the year people la the
country usually come to the 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 our House. A great deal of
time and trouble is saved, as here you wll
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,
GINGfIAMS AND SHIRTINGS; DOMESTICS,
FLANNELS AND LINENS, by the case;
mountains of BLASKETS, QUILTS ASD
COMFORTS; the latest styles in LADiHS',
MISSES' 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 this
branch— it comprises so many different
articles.
Over one hundred different lines cf Shoes
can be found in that Department, and tns
same in Ken'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, Hatting, and
hundreds of other things that cannot b«
spoken of at this time.
Each day we are receiving
Cases of New and Fresh Goods.
:r,:e:d house,
Nos. 714 and 716 I street, and 713 and 715 Oak Avenue. Sacramento
UNDERTAKERS.
J. FRANk CLASK,
O««9*r Coroner and I.idf.-jft.
Ko. 1017 Fourth street, between J v.id X.— I
AlT»y? ns hand Ihe most complete ftrek wt I
Vndcrtakuij; Good* oa the coaat. Cotnlrf .
•Tifers, day or night, will receive pnxnp «c.
Uation.-Telepaone NumT>6T, 13«. j»^-.^=t. '
W, J, KAVAKAUG2, I
CKBBRTAKSK,
S«IS J street, bet ri.Hh and Strtb. AI-txtu onß
Bhand a largo Mssortiient of Mei*J!le ar^S
■Wooden Cask Hvrißl Caeca, ("-offing m<i,,
fchrouds fti"'- < )(Tln orders will rt-r. re"
■prompt Mteni . :a ahort notice and at Ui*J
EEEVEo &LON(J, |
D RDXBIA X f. It 6,
No. 009 J st., bet. Birth an<! Seventh (noi th ■
side), have on hand ■ complete stock of J
Cofnrs and CMdcets, with Trtnnni&n fo a
match. Everylhing new. A!so. I
of Shrouds aud Ha i;-<i>f the latc-.t desigai. {
Ordereatteniied to pi'oinp:ly ilay^ori'.^ht.o^- S
yETTZ ft MTT.f.TR,
UWDEKTAKILB3,
Oflloe hi 044 Fellows' Teiap!«, 3!owi »* I „
X Kreeta. Oonsplete etnek of T cderteksrr '
Goods oongtantlT on lmud- Citr aad u>:..i ,
try ordere promptly af.-enrted to, <i*y <-t \
Sight, at rea»oncl.lfi rttea. ' Ifl
MI^ELLAMOUS.
J. F. HILL,
Nob. 1801 to 1323 J (rtreet. Sacmpeoto.
MANUFACTrR~ER OF JSRA,
Carriages, i;na;c;L's, Kx-/jBf?iWBSA
preps, Thoroughbrace a:\iit™ j IpjPwt^^.
Quartz Wae^ns. Dealer in Oak, ->s2k£2<2i^_Jn^
A6h and Hickory Lumber; Hubs, Spokcß, Kcl
lies, Bows, Rims, Shafts and Polos. Manufact
urer of the "UGHTHDJa" HAY PRESS. Send
for Cata.logi:ft o'iMut'
WATERHOUSE & LESTER.
IMPOETKEg OF
AND CAKRIAGE TRIMMINGS,
709, 711, 713 and 715 J Street, Sacramento.
Nos. 16 to 22 Beale 3treet .Sail Francifro
No. 159 Front Street fnl-tfl Sev York
O'NEAL & SON,
Dealers in all kinds of
\A7"ooc* and Coal,
Second Street, between I, and M.
THANKING THE PUBLIC: FOR PAST FA
vors. we so. i< it acontiinnnef. Wood and
Coal at the lowest prices. Remember w rin >
full weight and mea.surc-. oSI-lplm
JAMES McCAW'S
"XWoocL **s CJoa.l ■Vai-d,
SlB Ii ctroet, between Fifth anil Sixth.
rpilE CHKAI'EST IN TOWK. ANY KIND OR
1 ijiiantity of Wood, Coal, Coke, Charcoal or
Kindling at the lowest prices. Wellinston
Seattle, lone Coals a specialty. Weights
measures yuumuteed.
i*-<pim JA& HeCAW, Proprietor
Apollinaris
JL "THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
"// has steadily secured increasing popular and pro
fessional favour, as a pure and agreeable Table Water"
BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL, May 3I) l 8s 4 .
ANNUAL SALE, IO MILLIONS.
Of all Grocers, Druggists, and Mineral Water Dealers.
BEWAKE OF IMITA.TIOISrS.
-KISCELLAS HODS.
ALWAYS ON HAND!
AT Tilt
No. 1118 ,1 STREET.
THE CHOICEST IN THE WAY OF STAPLE
iu'.<l Fancy GROCERIES, with prices as luw
as i hi- market will n'.low.
ii-T-lplm f.VI.OMO.N & lI AYFORD.
KOHLER & CHASE,
S VN" FKANCISCO.
HEADQUARTERS FOB BA';;> IXSTlif
nieuts and ISaml Supplies, Pianos an<l Or
gai 0&-3mMWF&w8m
m . } uomeopat:::':
Horses, Cattle, Sheep
DOGS, HOGS, POULTRY,
In use for over 20 years !>y Fill Ui6i\3,
Stockbreeders, Hocse K. 11., 4c.
Used by U. S. Covernment.
tnr- STA3LE CHART'S*
Mourned on Ro!le:5 & Book Mailed free.
Humphrey:! 1 .-.3rd. So.. $00 i'nUon St., X. Y.
SP^ EITSIPEaSSYS'
NervGus "''bfciiity.' Vital Weakness,
ami Prwtcation. [mm «rcr-wnri; or oth«r CMUMm,
$Xpen .: orS ri .. nl !-i- t» «<)< r, for 95.
:v |i ;;• - - ; - - er« postpaid on KH:eipT,oi
SACR&MEBTO PUMIMG MM[^>^j
A.fANTFA(TI.TRv;tsOH'noOIIS,K ; :L' i VI ; . i r'!
J± Windows, B!int3s, Moldings. i^J
Finißh Door acfl Window Frames.
Brackets and Tureiiijc Stair Work
a Socially. .-vp - 1
J)&- Corner FroDt and Q Rtrects, yrz.— rri
«^— — - ~\
H.USTWKCU limniKl-i & ST.VLKKS.
o 8 totw
H. P. OSBORN'S
Wood and Coal Yard, 2To. SO6 I street.
WELI-INGTON. G BATTLE, SCOTCH, SPi.l N'T
and lone Cod- Alao,<Sjte Pine and Oak,
f.harcoil, Pitch V\.k. and Pin? Kindling: 4-f.hjt
accotid-yrrt-wtU Oak and Stove Wood <le!iTeteO
promptly. Tklei'Hosk. No 69
i^ixtz W. K. Q3BORN. Proprietor.
WIRED WORDS.
[srECIAT, DISPATCHER TO THK EECOEIVUNION. |
IK»IKSTIC NEWS.
California Fruits in ili B Ka»t.
\i-w York, November lOth.— '"This has i
been in all respectsa more satisfactory year
than last year or Caliiornia fruits," said a
VTashington Market dealer to your corre
spondent. '" We received and sold almost
twice the quantity, and established a Riiji
on the NvwYork market which we hope
to maintain. The fruit this year came
through in better condition, with '■:',(■ sin
gle exception, that of grapes. The freight
charges, too, are a litt!.' more reasonable.
Caliiornia pears have established a name
here which places them above their native
companions. Peaches, too, are in demand,
but lose much of their delicious flavor by
the long journey. Grapes arc so plentiful
in New 11 rk State that- unless California
fruit is in tip-top condition the former will
have the e,»;i among the dealers here. Our
customers comprise all classes. Within
the past year or two Italian stn et rendi ra
are among the heaviest purchasers. Of
a a - w< Jtliy Sew Yorki ra a ■■■ among
the besi consumers, outside of the mer
chants whomak ty of California
fruit. Broadway fruit dealers sell our fruit
at an enormous profit. With th,' exception
of fruit store 1 in r< frij eratoi n • have none
from r coast in market now. ex
cepl a few grapes, v, hich sell from $1 to ~ : '
per case, according to condition. We ex
pea one lot more of a few cases, which will
be the lasl son."
More Political Conundrums and Their
.s nswers.
Louisville (Ky.), November V-h.— Tiie
■/ ti will publish to-morrow let
ters from 160 members of Congress — 50
Democrats and ii Republicans.
are in response ;■! four questions,
sent out by O. O. Stealey. the Washi
correspondent of the ( j at, as
follows :
First— Would yen favor on amendment to the
rules oi the House, providing that the general
appropriation bills, excepl the legislative, sun
dry, civil and deficiency Mils, be prepared
and enn lied hereafter by the appn
; committee, ai on the other several
branches of the public service.
Sec.':.!- Do you favi ■ anj i b mge Is the laws
governing silver i olnage and silver ccrtU
and, it' so, uli:it modini atlon would you regard
;:.- iii sirable ?
Third— W hat extent, m your opinion, would a
revisloD of the taril . rnal revenue laws
De deidrable at the next Bession.
I'oiuth^Who Is your choice foi
■ r Speaker?
In tii • Democratic n sponi — . -47 unquali
fiedly favor an amendment of the roles;
five give :■. qualified answer; four oppose a
ih:i:i_ >, ;i!!<l three are non-committal. To
: . oi silver question, four favor
tion; 19 oppose it, and six are non
■ iiittal. To the third, or tariff reform
question^ 53 favor tariff agitation, three op
pose and three are non-committal. For
Speaker, .vr are for Carlisle, one
for Randall, and one non-commit
tal. The whole number of Republican
members who responded is 91. For
amending the rules oi the House, 18 un
qualifiedly approve, 12 qualify their an
swers, 9 oppose and 23 are non-committal.
sixty favor legislation on the siiver ques
tion,lt> oppose it and 15 are non-committal.
Seventy-five oppose tariff legislation, 1
favor it and ii! are non-committal. Fur
Speaker, 30 are for Frank Hiscock, 23 for
Reed of Maine, 11 for Governor Long of
Massachusetts a:ul 27 are non-committal.
A l'ostoftlce Discontinued " for Cause."
Washington, November 10ih. — The
Postofflceat Plymouth, Box Kider county,
Utah, was to-day discontinued for tlie
reason that everyone had moved out of the
town, leaving only the Postmaster with his
four wives and fifteen children as the only
occupants oi the place.
Capital Notes.
Washington, November 10th. — Th%
Postmaster-General to-day appointed the
following fourth-class Postmasters : Wyo
ming, Beckton, George P. Beck; lliliiu'r.i,
George W. Carleton. Montana, Big Tim
ber, O. If. Hatch: Poagan, Samuel M.
Martin. Nevada, Port Halleek, Charles B.
Mayer.
The only genera] question discussed at
the meeting of the Cabinet to-day was in
regard to the construction of the new naval
cruisers authorized at th" last session oi
Congress. All the members were present.
No action in the Sterling case was tak< n
by the Civil Service Commission at its.
meeting to-day.
Tlio Dead Alive— A Singular Story.
Poktlajtd (Maine), November 10th. —
About fourteen months ago Joseph Dyer,
aged 20 years, of Cape Elizabeth, was
thrown from a wagon, and was Dicked up
dead, as supposed. The body w:?: interred
in Evergreen Cemetery. A. short time ago
his parents were warned that he was alive
and well, and would soon be home. The
coffin was exhumed, and when i' w.ts about
being opened at the Dwyer residence,
- Dyer walked into the house and
said, when he saw what was being done :
'■Don't open it, for here] am." I!:- ap
pearance, as may well be supposed,
an en c. I: is supposed that medi
cal students dug up the body for the pur
pose of dissection, f mnd Dyer alive and
treated him until he thoroughly re. ivered.
The yonng man remembers nothing of
what took place while in the doctors'
Woman Murdered liy Her Son.
r.'i:t Worth (Tex I, November loth.—
Advices from Fanning, in Clay county,
give the details of the deliberate mi
la-; Saturday, of Mrs. San ford, wife ni K.
C. Banford, a planter, by her son, Valentine
Sonford, 1 ! years of age. The b< y com
mitted the deed during his father's absence
from home, by iiuni; five shots at his
mother, with a Winchester rifle, while she
was working in the fields. He was after
wards asais'ed by his father in
his wile. Some neighbors found the
woman's body on Sunday evening, and the
boy then confessed the crime, saying he
had also intended to kill his father. ; hen
sell the plantation and become a brigand.
The youthful murderer exhibits no remorse
lor the deed. He is now in jail.
Cmof-lionse Destroyed by lire.
Gai/veston, November 10th, — A special
from Centerville, Texas, to the A
At midnight, la<t night, Barnes wen' dis
covered in the County Treasurer's office in
the Court-house of Leon county. The lira
spread rapidly, and consumed the cm ire
building. Many valuable records, dating
back thirty Tears, which cannot be dupli
cated, were burned. The County Clerk's
safe contained large sums of money on de
posit, Which, it i.s believed, will be found
intact. The lire was undoubtedly of incen
diary origin, aa traces of kerosene have
been found.
Another 'Old Man Beurler."
Lincoln (111.), November \>xh. — A sen
sation was caused to-day by the discovery of
portions of tb» bones of at leaat three per
sons under the smoke-house of a home
stead helon^'jiL' to oils John, llaines from
1572 to 1 sn). llaines was a tiesperate char
acter and the tenor of his Mighbors. He
was a participant in several bloody afirays
here, and was himself s!;Ju in Kan-.i- a
year ago. It is now geoasaUy believed that
Haines \m< another 'obi man Bender."
and that, she bones found are the remains
of some-ol his victims. An examinatii D
of the premises will be- made to-morrow.
Ti;t llin-i I l-> T-. .!. -.
Cl.Em.AirD 'i.i. November 10th. — O-. I).
Crocker, President of the Copper King
Mining Company, of New Mexico, who
was arrested at the instance of I). A. Ben
of rombstonev Arizona, for semiring
s UMK o worth of property under false pre
. brought toil againsl the c mpany
today for S!UO,GO\>, advanced by him to
improve and open the mine.
The Texas Strike.
Gaavestob, November 10th.— The com
mitteeof arbitration for the s«Ulament of
' the recent strike inaugurated in ihi- ■ it v
held a continuous session to-<iay. The te» r
timonv taken is being reduced to writing.
The situation continues grave. Colored
laborers all over the city are awaili
of the arbitration committee's labors
with undisguised interest. They feel thai
their Interests are being jeopardized by the
Knights of Labor. This feeling has be-on
intensified by a demand from the 'oc.il As
sembly of the Knights of Labor for the
dismissal of three colored men.
CoiwtltuUoiiality of the Election Registry
oi Ohio.
CoixMßis, November 10th. — The habeas
| corpus ease before the Supreme Court,
j brought from Cincinnati, in which is in
j vo!ved the consti'.utionality of the election
! registry, was argued today, Kitiredpe and
' M'jDouv/.aU 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 Discovery.
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
fourteen inches below the surface. The dis
covery caused a great excitement, a.s no one
can explain the mystery. The lots were
never built upon.
FOREIGN NEWS.
Agreement c.t the BnAamadon.
London, November lOth.— The Embas
saciors nt the Powers at Constantinople
have reached a onsninocu decision, re
comiaending the^complete autonomy of
Bulgaria anjj Eastern Roamelia.
The Servians and Bulgarians.
Sofia, November 10th.— The Bulgarian
iiiul Servian patrols on the frontier «xc
daily exchanging shots. The Servians
have crossed the frontier near Teln, and
advanced three miles. They frrade an in
ellectiial attempt to capture a party of i;ui
garian patrol guards. The Bulgarian out
posts have been reinforced and a serious
contlicl is feared unless the Servians ro
ti;e.
Bivouacked in Deeji Snow.
Belgrade, November 10th. — Three Ser
vian regiments have occupied the i:
hights at Isurifrod. They are bivouacked
i:-. Dei ;> snow. Heavy puns have bet-u
mounted on the i'<>n> along the Danube
river as lar as Raduyevatz, to guard Bgninsi
the passage of the Bulgarian flotilla.
More Money for the fireek Army.
Athkhs, November LOth. — TbeCha
■ I Deputies has voted another grant of
$5,000,000 for the army.
War Formally Declared Against Bunimli.
LosnoN, Ncvember lOth. — A Cabinet
Council w:i^ held a( the official residence of
the Ii: t Lord of the treasury to-day. The
reply "i' King Tbeebaw to England's ulti
matum having been read, the Cabin
claredtrar against Burmah. and a formal
declaration oi war, with the Queen's sanc
tion, has be ia issued.
Civilians Attacked by Soldiers.
Limerick, November lOth.— Owing to
the recent civilian attack, a large party of
the King's !l"y:il Rifles broke out of* the I
barracks here to-night, armed with bayo
nets, and made an indiscriminate attack
"I'l'ii the i pie residing in the vicinity.
One man was stabbed in the head, and
three others were severely wounded. Pick
eta were immedi t out, and the
Mayor and a large Force ol police Boon ar
rived and suppres ed the disorder. The!
people residing in the vicinity fled in ter
ror !•> 'li.i; homes, and barricaded their
liers were eventually con
veyed back to i!r- barracks.
A. Nationalist Outrage— Agrarian Murder.
Dublin, November 10th.— While Michael
Nugent was proceeding to Bally Mahon
Union, to record hia vote, contrary to the
wishes vi the Nationalists, he was dragged
from his car and beaten so badly that his
life i.s despaired of. Bia assailants es
caped.
Roger O'Brien, a prominent member of
the Nation;'.! League, has been shoi at
Athlone. Two arrests have been made in
connection with the affair. Tliu Bh >oting
resulted from agrarian troubles,
Resigi atiun Caused by Illness.
Brussels, November 10th. — M. Anetlian
has resigned the I'rcsMeney of the Senate,
on account of illness.
Tlie French Chamber of Deputies.
Pabib, November 10th. — In the Chamber
of Deputies to-day. M. Flouquel was
elected temporary President, and MM.
De La Gorge and Bane Vice-Presidents.
The Case oi Kiel.
Moxtkivai.. November 10th. — Mr. Fitz
patrick, Kiel's counsel, retnrned from K;i^
land to-day, and left at once for Ottawa, j
Jlo says Kiel's {ate is still in the balance,
but it will be decided to-morrow. The
reprieve until Monday was granted at the
-: of high ecclesiastical authority, on
the ground thai the man was not in a
proper frame of mind to meet his fate,
being under tbe-impressipn thai his life
would be spared. Mr. Fitzpatrick inter
viewed the Secretary of state tor the Col
onies previous to his departure, and was
informed that the Imperial Council would 1
not interfere.
Wnwir>BG, November lOth.— Dr. Jakes,
surgeon to the mounted police, of Mon
treal, D. Lavelle, Warden to the Kincston
Penitentiary, und two other physii
have been secretly examining Eiel at Re
gina. They are understood tobe aGovi
mem commission on insanity. Lavelle
expressed the opinion that Kit-! is insane,
but the preparations are going on for his
execution.
Another Steamer Ashore.
Quebec, November lOth.— A dispatch
from Anticosti states that a sailor from the
steamer Brooklyn, from Liverpool for this
port, reports thai that vessel went i
near Heath Point on Sunday morning, lie 1
stati a that no one had 'been on board
r since the accident occurred.
The weather was very rough, and two
compartments were full of water. She
struck i:i a bad place and her position is
d ingerous.
• IND WBPATCH.I
QtiKßEc, November lOth. — Later ad*vices
from Heath Point state that the passengers
of the steamer Brooklyn, ashore at that
point, areall safely landedi and some are
- d under canvas ai differ* nl
points along the coast, while
are housed in the fishermen's huts
a< Fos Bay, ten miles from Heath Point. I
aptain telegraphed for immediate as
sistance, and hi! was forw;
i" the authorities at Ottawa. The reply
sail! that the Government steamer Napo
leon 111. would be sent tothe rescue. The
steamer \yiil proceed from here to
morrow afternoon at 1 o'clock, and it wUI
take two days to reach the wreck.
The Brooklyn had a crew oi about sev< iky.
and forty passen ;ers, of which only three
were saloon passengers. The amount of
insurance is unknown.
Caufobhia Lioh Killed. — The B*.
Beli na NTapa county) Star s::ys :
For scone time past it has been known
that a large and ferocious beast nag been
haunting the vicinity of the Phicnix mine,
near tipper I'<>;>r». Numerous depredations
have been committed on stock and fowls.
l r is supposed that about twenty pi a<
longing to Mr. Stilbaugb. have been de
voured, and numbers- of chicken owned by
parties residing at the mir>.e. The tracks (if
n large animal have been soon in different
places in the vicinity, mid Dot long Bince a
lady walking alone in the woods, in the
moonlight, came suddenly in Bight of a
large beast resembling a dog. It growled
and she iled precipitately, while the animal
slant off in the darkness. A few days ago
Charlie Fjtwley, of Black Oaks, near the
i faoenix mine, went out on ;i deer hunt, ac
companied by his dog Jack, a lull-bloaded
dcerbonnd. While standing tor a moment
under a lam bushy tree, be heard a peculiar
growl. Heinstaatly looked up, and whai
was his surprise to sec a monstrous beast
crouched among the branches. Stepping
back quietly lie raised his gnu and Bred
jual v the animal was in the act oi spring
ins to the ground in the brush. His faith
ful dog immediately sprang after him.
when Charlie gave him another s!i"t.
wounding him severely. on< mon
finished him ; and drawing him out at full
i. Charlie had the pleasareoi c
before him the terror of the neighborhood!
a full-grown California lion, lie measured
six feet eight inches from thetipofbia
nose to the end of his l.'iil. His tail was
thirty inches long, his forelagtwelve in his
ronndj and his paw m veo inches 1":
four inches wide. He ivn- thirty-«ight
inches around the body, and weighed 120
pounds,
<'u.iror.NiA Quail.— -The Wiimenmcxa
(Nov. i 83t i r Si '■'< fuiaishes the fotiowing :
!\ A. Mrrrow sa; ■ -i!l tbecaaycM in the
!':!:i <.!"ii range, uctr hiscattla range, are
alive with i i quail. He ii-.'
know whether kkej wandered east from
the Sierra N'cTada, or are the oApring of a
flack which John Outbrie brought from
California Botß*Teais ago and set at large
on his ranch in Qrass Valley, hut wherever
the}* came from, they are quite numerous.
Blocks of these rjuail ar© also seen in the
canyons in the mountains west of Willow
Point, Paradise valley, anil they seem to
be as much at home in the buffalo brush
as in thn chaparral of California.
An Italian military company is to be or
ganized in Stockton.
WHOLE NO. 10,783.
TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.
kiitc lield will deliver a lecture in Xew
i ore on the 28th inst. on the social and
political crimes of Utah.
Henry MeDert tried to poison bis mother
and two brothers at Kingston N. V by
putting arsenic in their tea.
A telegram from Rangoon states tliatwar
between Bunnah and the Indian Govern
ment has been formally declared.
Professor Powell has written to Secretary
Lunar, denying the various chargee attec.t
mg discreditably the administration of the
geological survey.
The I'niied States steamer Powhattan
lias been considerably damaged at Axpin
wall in a gale, and will probably be or
dered to Key West fur repairs.
The picking of the Southern cotton crop
has progressed satisfactorily during the past
month, the proportion of the crop remain
ing in the Belds being generally estimated
at one-third.
The agreement providing for the reci
procal crossing of the international bound
ary line by troops of the United State* and
Mexico in pursuit of hostile Indians, has
been extended until November 1, 1886.
Sanfard Flemine telegraphs from British
Columbia ioSir John Mac Donald, that the
first through train over the Canadian. Pa
cific accomplished the journey in live days,
and that the trip would shortly be m .
passenger trains in four days.
The suggestion hu been 'rule t > the
■' - "t Mount Vernon by Horace J.
Smith, of Santa Barbara, Cal., thai groves
of trees be planted on the estate, these
plantations to lie made up of plants char
acteristic of the !'>;;:■■::-; they are seal from.
Colonel Thomas Lowry, the leading spirit
in the American telegraph project, says the
enterprise i ward as rapidly
as the exigencii 3 of the season will permit,
and tba( ample capital, botb at Minneapo
lis and St. Paul, is interested in the project
The hearing of ihe petition for the ap
pointment of a receiver for the Charter
oak Life Insurance Company was resumed
in the Connecticut Supreme Court Monday
afternoon. Tin ■„■ ets of th corporation
are said to be $2,819,790, and the liabilities
$4,365,228 7.>.
The Baltimore and Ohio Rail
puny, which has claims against the Gov
ernment I'm' transporting tiMoi* and Bup
plies to the Army of the Potomac during
the bite war, is making every preparation
t>> have Congress appropriate mom
that paymi
The inaugural ceremonies of the North.
and ' 'entral Amerii an Expo
took place in New Orleans yi sterday. The
weather was clear :.'\\ pleasant, flags were
<li playi i thronghoul the city, and the
commercial exchangee :::,<i oth ■■ >■■; '.:■' js
was suspendi d.
The trial in London of Mr. Si
of the Pall Mail Oazetti ■ Sampson Jn
newspaper ; Mrs. Rebecca .lar
rett and Madame Louise M*urry, on a
charge ol indeci ntly assanlting Eliza Arm
strong, resulted in a verdict of guilty against
all four prisoners, who were mdi'h,,
follows: Stead three months, Rebecca Jar
reti sis months, and Sampson Jacques on,.
month, all without hard labor; Louis. E.
Mourry. six months and hard labor.
PACIFIC COAST ITEMS.
Jackson, Amador county, is to have new
gas works.
The Kntte county public schools cost
- Othis year.
Only four high licenses have been issued
80 far in Los Angeles.
A great many invalids are arriving in
Los Angeles daily from the Hast.
After January Ist Santa Barbara county
will pay no more bounties for wildcat scalps.
T'p to last Sunday $11,034 had been sup
scribed to the railroad celebration fund in
San Diego.
Extensive experiments in fjrowint; to
bacco and rice are to be made in Tulare the
coming season.
L. 0. l'ailey of Cold Fork. ( ottoiiwood
creek. Tehania county, has raised a squash.
weighing li'l pounds.
The Arizona Territorial Insane Asylum
is to be erected about two miles outside of
the town limits of Phoenix.
There are six Hour mills in operation in
San Jose, and the margin for profit is said
to 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.
Daring tin- pa-: season the night of the
Mormon temple at Salt Lake City hai
increased by sixteen courses of stone.
Metallurgical works arc to in- established
at Latourelle Falls, on the line ol the rail
road between Portland and the Cascades.
Jew fish weighing from 15O( > 300 pounds
art- frequently caught in the Santa Barbara
channel and are said to be very good eating.
At the recent San Diego fair there were
' 560 separate entries and i 17 first premi
ums, besidts 149 second premiums and di
plomas were awarded.
Coyoles are reported very numero
the Butte county foothills, where they are
committing depredations on the sheep and
other domestic animal.
The Los Angeles Police Commissioners
have issued a ukase thai "any police officer
meddling in politics, or trying to influence
voters, will be dismissed from the force at
once."
The effort I i incorporate the town of
Redding has proved a failure, nnd the com
apDoinb d to take chargt o( the isiai
ter have been ■ Lven two yean ;:i which to
report.
The Dalles (Or. | <i:y Council h;is provid
ed that all manufacturing i oterpriaes cost
ing $2,000 or more Bhall be exempt froni
city taxation for the first five yean after
completion.
Thecenwis at Union county , Or., shows
that the Dumber of legal voters number
2,692; females, L 258; males, 6,336. The
valuation of the annual products of the
county is $2,000,000.
The Portland Orcgonian says: The
wharves are beginning to Be lined with
sljijis on<:e more, and bluff, brooaedCap
tains and smart 'prentice boys in natty
cap and bi^ mufflers are becoming plenti
ful on the streets.
K. M. Aeils. of Walla Walla, raised 300
sacks of sweet potatoes on two acres of land
never before cultivated. The land is a
rocky creek bottom, and while situated
only a mile from th.it city, waa never con
sidered worth (he tax money.
Sttqab Cask in lit ttk Cobbtt. — -The
( bico li.:ro,il says :
We visited a field of sugar cane tlie other
day, with a rani mill attached, on the
place of J. T. Mclntosh, and examined tlie
operation ol making syrup fr.,ni the cane,
and testc<i the product. Colonel Hosan
andfieorge Hall set to work last spring
and planted about forty acres on the place
of Ji T. tfdol isfa, some two or three miles
north of < Ihico, ami although there was no
rain after the seed was planted in the
ground tho grain grew very well, and a fair
product of syrup is expected. While we
understood from Messrs. Bogan and Hall
tbat the prodoet per acre was a fair one.
there can !«■ Do doubt but that a favorable
lesson, with usual sj/riiiL,' rain, would pro
dace a much heavier crop of cane. The
ezperimeni shows that Batte county can
produce all the sugar cane required for
home consumption, and we believe there
is do good reason why it sbonld not be as
profitably grown as wl r >uley. At
all events it would help onl wonderfully,
when the price of wheat should rule a.s
past two years.
„ . . .
An otfxsßJvb Paxtibas in Damkb. —
The I krson tNev.) Appeal is responsible
forth* following:
Corbett, .lr., the young man who
'in appointed by the United states
Governmenl to carry the immediate deliv
ery letters in this city, has been bartj at
woskaU the past month waiting patiently
for the letter! to arrive. D ■ t.-rrri
;>f his incumbency be ha? carried three
. and • >'.i pay day the Run of 18 cents,
or«>c(/i'.t> i'.ir each letter carried, will be
due him from the national exchequer.
' xering under the j;rave respon«
Isibilitifsof bit office at the smaU salary
j above noteil, he is ir. momentary expecta
tion of being boonoed for offensive parti
sanship, and bas it from reliable sources
that he is down on the Kxecutive black
list, as Mr. Cleveland has not allowed his
to escape his civic eye.

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