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SACRAMENTO DAILY RE CORD -UNION.
VOLUME LIT. -NO. 71.
DAILY BECO^UNIOT
PUBLISHED BY Tm*~~
SACRAMENTO PUBLISHING COMPANY.
Publication Office, Thlld St., bet. J and K.
THE IiAILY KKCOKD-tJXION
Is published even- day of the week, Sundays ex
cei^cd. I>.JUbie-:-!ieet on .Saturdays.
■year • na >
! months ™
For three """ith» .....-..!]....!!!...!!!...!!. 2 oo
X "''>" ■'■ ■ red by Carriers at Fifteen
ek. In all interior cities and towns
ai- e nodical
THE WEEKLY I XION
Is the chcapoa and mt«t dedrabte Home News
and Literary Juuxuul published on the i'acilie
Terms, One Year _ „ $2 00
KASrKI>— LOST— FOUND.
OriVATK.N WANTED > V A LAD'S AS AN
• j perlem cdi r refei e given;
M V BROWN, :. [lows 1
' nth and X street.". n
WANTED -BY A SINGLE GENTLEMAN
loyed at (he State Capitol, a room
rate family where French i.r
pokeu. Address "A. B. " !:
IIT It
LADY AGENTS OF TACT WAXTKb KOR
Bust ami K.iriu Developer j do
humbug Ind Write for
nption and terms. KMEMED CO
liii:Tal). N. Y. n:i-lplm"
rpO PABMEES.— WE HAVE ON HAND SOME
1. Fim-c-las« American and ScaDdana\ m
1 -" v ' '■ wo can Inrnlsh y<>ii at the
HOI STON &CO
Employment Office, tuurth uud E
ramviuo. , , ,
:'■;: ■ . :. ro :.: ..
E0OM8! ROOMS ! No. 80S, NORTHEAST
handsome
rooms in the
•ireet can &om thede
- the door every Bye minutes; strictly
.. every resi
I MRS. GRICE, Propri,
TTWO OR THREE FDENISHJ D
ro ime for hon* keeping; buH il le for man
and wife. Apply 1416 Seventh street, between
' n:l-lu*
FORBALE L SECOND-HAND mf^n <o
Hack, round u':i->Q<c±"\j2r'
front: U In U ■_- ord< r itfZj^rtt
plyi .24 X street, -SS. Sil
I'c-f.'Tt.-ii 'it-mh »i]-l Kleventh. n;
FIOR6ALI 3 OF FRPIT AND «ME
Grain Land . t.V
ut Ka per acre. Inquire at M 7 J street " — *■>
I1&-2W*
FBANDT.'j
, tv l iwomsand unußiSl
«f-"':c-iu-h lut, -..i,-,:,; i,., „.,.,] an .i -i,i«- Ry*
u-allcs built: will be r nted for no each. Apply
to CARL 3TROHEL ll J street. ol£tf
f^ ' IRES, 1,500 ACRES 01
JL (me Grain land in tracts to suit, to parties
who ran fur. App i, U) or , l(1 .
IRS. B M. WILSON, Klk Grove
memo oonnty. ( p, . im ,
F)RBALE-AN OLD ESTABLISHED GRO
'.n one <if tlio i.rinrinHl
street*. For particulars apply to HAiL,LLHRB
<sco., Second street, between l mid J, Sacra-
m »--°'t>- on-tf
FOR SALE -A HALF OK jK=HtTs~
whole interest in t h i .■ W.-st-fVS'HSaSI^
era Hotel Hacking: twoCHrrlaws (S^bdsi3s-*
-and four Hopes and Harness. r "or-SUil__Ji2_
f! lrt ,> e r particulark, Inquire at the Office or ol
the Driver. o!5-tf
m<> LET— A Ni:\V HARD-FINISHED^^I
JL house; nine rooms, liath, t-ns imd Bllßif
modern, convenience*. lu<iuire at i.i i n n'j*'
»treet. oU-tl
WORK HORSES FOR SALE.
INQfIRK OF 1., a TODHTJNTER,A
at west end cf Sacramento mid t^rrx
1 ■■!.> llridge. uTlm AT>\.
FARMSP S^
*■„**■* li'Jl th^od or lmproTßd
«mall or lc.-,;n farm v! any kind, make its
point tc cjJl on UABL STBOBEL, the Bro.
Aor, JBI J Slrwt. Csiuramenio. 3Q \ptt<Sn
»«»»ia(.
OIG-lm *
FARM FOR SALE!
I WILL SEI.I. PRIVATELY III" FARMaMt
situated In Mbeii<sipi>l Township, Sac- Isff)t
iiinty, about three miles from ■**• ■
Folßom, sixmiles from Rockland.and Bye mil>-
irnui Roseville, on the C. P. R. EL Containing
136 Acres— 7o to nu Acres well cleared; snr «
"f .MfaUir. fi Acres Orchard of well
n '.'■■ : l Pruit Tr: i, a lai V r < getable
and a patch <.! (irapes. The land is
;;ch ami level, and suitable for grain or any
faimln ■■ need and cross fenced
with, uarocd wire and boards. The buildings
are new. consisting of a Dwelling
Barn, stable, and other out-build
ings. All the land can be Irrigated, and
plenty "f runninc water lor that purpose.
The following Stock will bs rold with :!i
-farm Ol :, 11 ;- ■ and I Mule; 10
■^■».,l fresh M::k Cowk; l Light Wagon and Bug
gy, and Farming Implements, li
thc2f>th of NOVI MBKR, will be offered for rent
'■■•• i term of years to a good tenant. For terms
or information inquire at J. P. MEREDITH'S
Store, BoutS a ■ corner -• l -.<.:. -\ X
unento, or to MRS. C. M. JOTNT on
the premlw nll-U
STOCK F«,RM FOR SALE.
*C IrAA "'I - : BE B-1 I > BEFORE NO
t»l,'ilM, rember 10th. 520 acres of Bne
Pasture nr Fruit Land; 250 acres can l«
plowed; plenty of Muter and timl
nm>> under fence; with a frame Dwell
ing oi I is; two BarnE ;■ \ " a good
Ulaeksmith Shop with
■'
l.ivingSnring. Also, lohead
of Mules and Hit--, from 6 months to : I years
.'- v ; ■■■ ■ Wagon;
new Buckeye Mower: new Sulky Raki
(.ilier Farming Iru 10 Cows; l \ Year
' Uigora: 75 Ho - aboul
Ducks, m lak Posts; i
Cords Stove Wood cvi and em. ld. Jackson
Creek, i. runs
I pla< . . Th ■ in. Sit
uated foui miles from Jackson, Amador county,
yen miles
**k.->o - Twenty s .1 one-half miles
fromLoomia, on lineof C. P..R. R. .\n ,
and fern i i.
~W. 3E=». COXi 23 3VT -A. IST,
:;j."> ,1 str-'et. *:i< r.lliicnto. jj-Jl-lptf
MOKEI To LOAH.
MONEY TO LOAN
OK KK\T. EBTATK AND LOANS NEGO
tiated by P. BOHL, ::£ J street. aul<-tf
MABKETB.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHER,
r\mcE at new yobs "••• ■iriai_i_
\f k,;. IOaO and L 022 X street, M
Sacranu'iito. ( al. Highest Ciish
paid for Fat stock of all It •'
Kinds. All Unds of Meat Fresh I>nily and wild
Ht the Lowest Possible Prices. All Meats kept iv
ice-house attached to shop — a sure guarantee
thai it is in prime condition at all times.
| iptf M. F. ODKLL, Proprietor.
ORIENTAL MARKET,
Mo. 418 X stret-t Sacramento.
1)1111. HARTMAN, THK OLPKST xBWSM.
Sausatre Maker in thceily. is still inTfeji^
tlic Reid. A!i kin, l- of SausaKes ::■ „:, Xfc-AA—
in the deamest and mod careful manner. Al-.>
for sale t.est lard in the market, no mutton
tallow mixed with it. nl lplm
TO THE PUBLIC.
H AVOWS PURCHASED THE INTEREST OF
i.. W. UOREHOVBEin the
FDLTON MEAT MARKET,
Corner Fifth and E streets,
I doirc tn inform all that in luture it will be
kept in flmt rlsiw style. The best of
Fresh and Salt Meats, Sausages, etc.,
Alway ou hand and sold at the most reasonable
ratea.
♦S- Full weight and square dealing will be
the motto.
offi-lplm U. V. OPKU> Proprietor.
DON'T BE IMPOSED UPON
Ey C2li.i33.«aM.©n. !
VCTKi: TO FISH COJfIa.IMJUta.-roK- 1
1M ' piscatorial food are cautioned
Bgaiust buying Dsh which are caaght iv the
drains?.-' ear::il and tu'es. BSthevarenothealthv
food. Thsrc are no fresh t'.sh which have been
taken fr«.m Fisherman's Lake nld at anr stand
irestol Tenth etrect. except at GKOKUE COOP
ER'S. X street, between Fifth and Sixth. ol4~lptl
DANCING TEACHER.
PASTIES DXBTJtIKG TO FOKM IT.I- ««
vate or public school in city or coun- j^J
tty towns the coming season, will jileast *l
appiy or correspond wilh J. 1". MKI.-CcL
C'HIOR. Sacramento. 024-lm
ELUiE BROS. * CO.
Was there ever a better
time than now to make the
test of what House names
the lowest prices and keeps
the best qualities?
The central location of
our House, combined with
the extensive assortment
to be found here, makes it
the most convenient trading
point in the city.
NEW flAAftO \
uli UlFHiiiJ I
Hardly a day goes past that
some NEW LINE OF GOODS is
not placed in stock. We expect
many more to come ; for we have
made unusual preparation for
Winter Trade, and those who visit
us will find the largest assortment
we have ever carried. A constantly
increasing trade has demanded a
much larger stock, and we have
met this demand by placing to the
front one of the largest and most
complete stocks in Sacramento, and
do not propose to leave anything
undone to still further increase this
trade. We are positive that once
you visit us and make a careful
examination of the lines we carry,
you will be compelled to admit the
advantages we offer to close CASH
BUYERS, in quality and prices.
No Damaged Goods to offer, but all New,
Fresh, Clean Stock!
«®- ORDERS BY MAIL FILLED UPON RECEIPT, -©a
HALE BROS. & CO.,
ios. S2ft. 8?,1, 883.835 X gtrert. and 102G Xicth street. Sacramento.
MILLIXEUY. !
Fall ! •
WESEffIPECTFDIXYmfOEMTHB LADIES '
of .SKcramento and vitinirj- that we ':
are prepared to show our Full Importation of I
FRENCH HAIS AX!I BONNETS. Also, full
lines ofall NOYELTIEB pertaining to the season, j
MRS. BARBER &. PEALER,
631 J St., l,et. Sixth SSev.ull), Saermucuto. i
029-lp3m
~ ■ 111 ■■— II lIIWII IWIIi.W I I— l IMII 111. 111. ,1,1. tl ,1 jl^
FJtrnji, SLLlj> ANl> PHODCCE.
LYON ' & C URTIS,
WdbUCKAUC DEALEPJi IN
Vegetables, Fraits, Seed?, Butter, Eggs,
FBOSDOE GENERALLY,
So». 117 to 133 J »treet, Sai:r;iin«nto.
nin-lpt;
W. R. STRONG &. CO.,
pIOMMIfwION MERCHANTS AND DKALVRB
\J in
SEEDS, D'KDITH A UIiMKTCAJL PRO DUCK
— -^^-— _> j
Pnmrtotors CAPITAL NTJBBKBIEB. Sacraraen- '
o, Cal. Beedand ■ ;ucsse; 1 : .
ion. No». 0, H u:»l 10 v itrcc!, «:tc- !
r(**ii^*jt.». i iy
;
D. DeBERNARDI & CO.,
/~IKN'KRAL CXJMMIBSION Mi
OT Chants, an : sofallkindsof B'9tK
Krults. Vexetebles, rbh, C»nie,_JL^ J
I'oultrj-. Kjck" :>»<l tiener^l Pro<lu<:»-.
CsrefDl attention Riven to the Selection and i
Packing of '.'liuiix' Fruit.- Ear Wstaut liaricets. !
No*. SOS and 310 X Ht., Sncratnento, Cal. '■
o'V-lm !
A. MOOSKR. g, GERSON.
S. GERSON & CO.,
No. 230 J Street Sacramento.
/GENERAL OOMMI.-siGN- MBRCHAMTB,
VJT dealers in Tmpor-fd and Domestic Fruits,
Vegetables, Nuts and Dried Fruits. 023-tf
PAINTS AND OILS.
JL. CHADDERIX)N IMPORTER AND DEAI^ I
. er In Paints, Oil*, Varnishes, Window Glasf !
Mixed Paints. Artists' and Painters' Material*' '
Wall Paper, etc. No. 204 X St., SacrnroouU) 1
oi7.ip-» I
THE " HOME SEEKER," i
Thelramiirration .VssociationofXortli- !
em California is now preparing; to issue !
the Xovt'mber number of tlic "HOME i
SEEKER." It is to be enlarged, and
fulljr illustrated with lithogranliic views I
of Northern (alii'oirria. It will contain j
practical information of the rumm '
and advantages of Hie Northern Conn- I
tit's. Allthejir«K l ee«!s of (his publication !
will be devoted to the carrying on ot '
iininicrration work. >Ye appeal to the j
business men of the Northern nart of the
State to give it their advertising sup- !
port. By so doinir, the work of brin:;- 1
in, .111 increase \,i' popnlation to the '
State will be carried on. At Osrden a !
copy will be put in Ilie hands of each
incomintr passcntrer. In addition to this,
several thonsand copies will be dis
tributed 011 the trains tearing Chicago,
in order to attract the settler intending
to settle in other State s and Territories.
Give the " HOML SSEKEB" your siip-
I>ort. ajiT-tf
Sacbame>to, May 'li, \->l.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
JCHEERFI'I.LY CBBTIFY TO THE FACT
that Mr. FBANK ROGERS has tuned and
cleaned I*iano*s for mt and many of my cus
tomers in this city to mine r.nd their in rfec : satis
faction. I wi-h him suoces*. A. HKVMAN.
Aicent of Steinway <fc Sous' llanos.
*y* The aliovc is only one of many recom
nj^udations in my tossesi-ion.
FRANK ROCiER.?.
Orders for Timing and Repairi:.,' Pianos can
be left at Sawtelle's Bookstore, 70S J street. oSHf
SACRAMENTO, Till KSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1885.
TAILOUIN(J.
Tlios. Bromley,
THi: MKKCHANI TAItOK,
HAS REMOVED HIS PLACE OF BUSINESS
to No. 516 J street, a few doors west of the
old stand. All the Latest Styles of Imported
and Domestic (moils for QKNTS' FALL AND
WINTER VVKAK in stock.
•9- PRICES Tin; lowest;
><s lplrn «»-WOKK THE 11EST!
R.t «, STEAMEHB, ETC.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
mBAINB LEAVB AND ARE DrE TO ARRIVE
X AT
SACRAMENTO.
lkate FROM OCT. 18, 18S5. arp.ivk
(fop.) (FnoM)
7:2n a. Cali.-toga and Napa. 7;05 r
•2SO P. ' " " »ll:25 A.
v.':«r. p. Coltax 10-20 a.
10:80 .\. Delta & Portland, via Davis 3:45 p.
f«6:05 a. Tehama, via Chico U*11:SO p.
7:oi ;v .' . ■.:• I -mining 7.05 a.
*5:15 P. I .'loiavp. Deminp. ) E?:pr's *9:00 A.
*,'.:15 r IEI Paso and Eas [ Emgr't *J:00 a.
7:: v, p. jOgdcn andEast 1 Express 7:00 a.
'35 P. I /Emißn't 7:00 a.
18l iff, via MarvsvUle..- 10:15 a.
6*o . . : i : ;..: sot r.
7: a., •• ' •' .. 7:05 p.
•"" >■ " '• " .. 11:.S a.
11:30 A. " " "Llvormorc- 230 p.
1 a.l " " ■■ steamer— 'G.oc a.
U • an Jose
11:83 •>. Stockton and Gait 2:20 r.
••i:l5 r. •• " " »fl;00 a.
•ll:.^0 .*. Pnlar" and I'rcsno _
7:M a. Vollejo *n ■:'.=> a.
2:50 p. '• f7:05 P.
S. ami I*. K. B.
•730 I. ( Folsom, Latroto and II ISb p.
P. (...-Shingle Springs / | »10:i0 a.
a. For Momins. P. For Afternoon.
• Sundays excepted. t Sundays only.
*• Freight and Accommodation Trains.
A. N. TOWKE, Genera] Manager.
T. n. Goopm.o;, Qen'l Pas». and Ticket Agent.
jyi-tf
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
FOB HONOI.UI.n.
mHE BFLEMDID NEW S.Oi^O- _ __
JL Toil Pterj^shiriswill lc»vnthe
Company's coru^.- SteuarfC. "Ti_jLfJ\"'
and Hcninon «troot« ai sp. v.' "^S^t?^Sa
AIVAWKDA. ...THURSDAY, NOVKMKER t»h
MARIPOSA MONDAY. DECEUBEB M
EYelffbt, «a Per Tor
**-Kxcursion Tiokets at Reduced Rate*. For
r•• ->: or further particulars, apr'.y to S. D.
SPP.ECKHI>' & BECS., Agtca,S2; Market street,
comer Fremont. oIS-tf
EBNER BROS.,
XMPORTER.S ANDWKOLE.-'ALE DEALERS IN
WIXEB AJTD LKJUOBS,
lit anrl 118 X St., bet. Fi-ont r.nd Second. Sac
A'.LNI".- POB THZ CFLIBRATED
POMMKKY A>'l> GRESO rnAMFAONK.
025-lplm
N EU BOURG & LAGES,
Star Mills and Malt Kouse,
HOPS. MALT. PRODTJCB, GR..TS, FEED
and Brewers' Supplies.
1016, 1018, IC2O rifth St., Sacramento.
,**" Exchange Sold on all the Principal Cities
of Europe. nl-lptf
ANHEDSER ST. LODIS
S3 EJ 3E2 H. ,
ON DR.vreHT, AT
OBUHLERS SALOON,
Ko. 5!?2 J street. |<.3iVU.lml Sacramento
Blocks Ninth and Tenth, W and T streets
SACRAMENTO, CAL.
tfr- TKLSPnOKE NO, 153, 016-Sp
CHANGED DAILY FOR C. If. GILMAy— NOVEMBER 12, 1886.
The best LADIES' JERSEYS ever sold in this
city for the money: Comes in Black *\ll
wool/and heavily braided front and back
Price, $1.
NEW IMPORTATIONS IN
Just Placed in Stock a Line of TRICOTS, in hew shades, double-width. Also,
a Line of DOUBLE-WIDTH TRICOTS, in different shades of gray, 70c. per yard.
ONE CASE SINGLE-WIDTH OASHMSBES, in all Blades, 12. cents per
yard.
ONE CASE FLOWERED SERGES, with plain to match (44-inch).
ONE CASE DOUBLE-WIDTH AUSTRALIAN CRIPS CLOTH, new shades
extra-fine and heavy, X cents per yard.
OHB CASE SATI& DE LYOtf, all shades, doahle-width 44-inch), 73 conts
Ladies' and Children's Cloaks!
Purcnased from an Eastern Commercial Traveler a iine of SAMPLE CLOAKS,
some fifty in number, all different styles: Circulars, Dolmans, Newmarkets,
Ulsters and Walking Jackets. These goods will be sold at a discount of 33 i -3c.
on the dollar. The prices range from $2 50 to $25.
IN OUR SATURDAY'S SALE, WE SHALL HAVE
A HOST OF FINE VALUES TO SHOW. OUR
AGENT IS NOW FORWARDING TO US A
LARGE LOT OF MERCHANDISE, WHICH
WILL BE PLACED ON SPECIAL SALE THAT
DAY.
«-Look out for our BIG CLOTHING SALE!-Mr. OILMAN, now in
oan Francisco, has just telegraphed to us thr.t he has purchased of
parties closing business a $10,000 stock of CLOTHING that he will
place on sale next week at less than 5O cents on the dollar.
IFtEID HOUSE,
Nos. 714 "*nd^l6 J street, aod 713 and 715 Oak Avenue. Bacnmesto
UNDEKZAKERS.
J. F3AIIK OLAEK, J
Canaty Coroner and (7i>dert«li«r,
Ke. 1017 Fourth greet, between J an£ t— f!
Always on hand the nost conplct« ttneX r,t i
UuderuViag Goods oa the const. CoarJJj '
orders day or Right, will receive prc^npl ss-
Uu4ion > *alcphcne Umber, I3t" Jjljilsj
| T7. J. KAVAK'AUOH, \
DXDKBTAKXB, |
CSIS J street, bet. Ktttfc and Sixth. Xlw»?s or 3
jjbs.nd a lar^e tKOrtment of Metallic *ndg
jWoodon Caski ; . BorUl C»sc«,.r«<nDs andg
■Shxoodsninii: :. I'omn orders will rec«iv»jj
Brompt a- .. stort Ecticc »ad at ti«S
■lowest r»t.' 0 ■■- 'jpea day ,_
■cr?i ■ : . %a 'mat..; jr.^«ia*_^3.tag^M««Ey
REEVES & LOHCr,
PHUEIiT A X BBS,
a No. BOS J at, bet. sixtli and Seyenth (north
E side), have on ha\d h oomp'.t:;'- stock "i
fi CoS'ns and Caskets, with TrimmlnjtJ to
■ match. Kvcpytliing ne-'. Also, f. Fine Stock
lof Shrouds and BaNu of t , lata 'qua.
■ Orders attended to pr impt y dayornighcoS
fsitz & imuia,
tnminxT.vKKKS. jj
OKoe is O0(i FcUowe' Tpi;p:«. rfteMi uM E
; X S4rt*ts. Complete stoci of CndKtaJu: I
Gooelß constancy on htoid. C«v .v.d en.-.
try orders prom}>tlv atten<Je«S ;•>. <J>.'
1 ; s^ht. kt re'*o:iat.\e'rt'i.3«.
lc^fißsneic«aap7«iiKa>7><ss?)staFss
11l ■ ■■ ,Ij |Ml |I WL | || | j M,«|I»II,|MI MWIPHIII
j MSCELLAKEOUS.
J. F. HILL,
Nos. 1301 to 1333 J ntreet, BUnuMsto,
\TANOFACTCR~KR OF
1»± Carriages, r.;i X)? ie», Kr-,gaK?SjSL
press, Thorenghbr&ce andwrstvx^*^^
Quarts WaKnuK.lx-aler in Oak.-^^^^—^
Ash and Hickory Lumber: Hubs, 3r>okes. Fel
lies. Boy.-v, Rinis, Shafte and Po!e<;. Manufact
arer of the "UQHTNIN3" HAY PREcS. Seufi
'oi n«talozi:es . o?l-lrt*
WATERHOUSE & LESTER,
MPOETKB* O»
ASD CARKUOE TRIMMINGS,
709, 711,713 and 71/5 J Street, Sacramento.
Nor. M U> 22 P*ale street San Francisco
Ko. iW Front atreat ful-tfl New York
O'NEAL & SON,
Dealers in all kinds of
«Vooct nnrt Ooa.l,
Second Street, liftiicni L, anil M.
THANKING THE PUBLIC FOR PAST FA-
Tor?, we solicit a continusnre. Wood mid
Coal .it 'he lowest prices. Remember w» (rive
full weight und measure. o:!l-lplm
JAMES McCAW'S
"Wood cfc Go.-xl "V«*.rci,
BIH I- i>troet, between Fifth ami Sixth.
THE (HhAPEST IN TOWN. ANY KIND OR
quantity of Wood, Coal, Coke, Charcoal or
Kindling .it the lowest prices. WVllinaton
Beattle, Io:ie Coals a specialty. Weight* and
mcai-nr' s guaranteed.
u6-)i>im JAS. MrCAW, Proprietor.
SACRAMERTOJPLATiIBG MILL^"
Ttf AT-rr.\Cn'RER?OFDOOR3. '
iVL Windows, BUnds, Moldings. |g&'
Finish Iniorand Framef.i vS--'jfa->.-i
Brecket. 1 ; and Tiirainit Stair Work -",.■— - —
a Bpeciftlty. Ji^^^'
*s- Corner Front and Q streets,
HABTWkLLh HOTCinUSS t's-TALKKK;
i o^-inXm
jKenuina testimoni
als of many of the
enrod, that yoa fan easily prove, mailed free.
Call or write end you will be convinced. All
communications confidential. C. G. STRONG,
M. D., 21 Third street, San. Fr&ucreco, .\eent foi
Pacific Coast. olt-lplmTuTiyj
Mr.SCKLLV.VI-OLS.
ALWAYS ON HANDT
AT THE
C? © XX. "t X* JR. 1 C3r I* C> OOI" y ,
No. IMS J BTKEKT,
ri-MIE CHOICKBT IS THE WAY OF STAP] E
1 and Fancy GROCERIES, with prices as low
a~ the market will allow.
»J7-!pliii SALOMON A: HAYFOIiD.
lzts*§fTAb\
\ s^ /
A SPECIFIC FOE.
3^* FPiLErSY, S?AS?I^ -«a
GOKYULSIQNS, FALLJKS SIQXEESS,
BT. VITUS DAJIGE, ALCSOHOLIS^
Urium Ulirii, airCSLUo,
SCROFULA, KrH6S HViL,
UOLVELQGO DSSEiSES, DYSPEFS^,
NERVOUSNESS, SIDK RESDJOHE,
BHEUHUTISei, KERVOUS VEUBESS,
HEBVGUS FBQSTRATiON,
Mm WGERV, BLOOD SORES,
BIUCUSHESS, GDSTiVESESS,
KIDREY TROUBLES Mfl iRREGiiLARiTiESL
THE DR. S. .\. BKHHD NERYtfE CO., Prop's.
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
TodPo'inPtaklimastirorPinodywhpnsiek.
is to court suffering; and Invite death, i'or
testimonials ami circulars scud stump.
New style large bottles, $1 50 per
bottle ; four bottles for $5.
KIRK, GEARY & CO.,
AGENTS, PA.CKAKKHTO.
sM yTnThS&w i y
Epithelioma!
OR SKIN CANCER.
For sevenyeani 1 niSbred « : th a cancer oo
my face. Eij;ht mivnili« ago a friend rfcum
mended the use of Bwlft'g Specific, and I deter
mined to make anefforl I , procure it. Iv thii I
was =ii.^oetsfnl :>ii.i bcgjn its age. The influ
ence of the medicine at firs) was m somewhat
aggravate the sore; but soon the inflamii
nras allayed, and 1 began to improve Hftcr tin 1
fir-: fen bottles. My general health hns ereatlj
improved. lam stronger and able to do auv
kind of work. The cancer on my race began to
decrease and the nlci r to heal, until tli-^r.- i* n.,:
a vestige of it left— only a little M-nr auu
place. Mer, j. ■:. Ik a. McDosaib.
Atlanta, Ga., Aognst i :
I hnvc Ji.ui n c*noer on tt y face for M>n»pr.;irs
extending trom one ei--k Ume Hcm>s the n «c
to the other. Ithasc^ven me a great r'^.-il r<f
pain, at times barning and itching to ■
extent that it was almost unbearable 1 com
menced using Swift's Sp cifl • in May, IBSS, au.l
have tisud ci h -ht 1. >tiles. it has giTaa the great
est relief by removing ;!,. i'<flainmatinn ami re
storing my geutr;»l livnith. \v. Hjhsi.-.
Knoxvillt, Inva St-jitemhor s, }■-- i
Treatise on Biood and Skin Liseases mailed
free.
The Swirr SPF.ciric Co., Drawers -"tlanta Ga
y. V..157 \r. 2s.ist. feß-iy^wiy
A PKRPECT SHOE
FOE LADIK.-, JilSi-F.« AND CJIIUiP.EK.
OfR PBODt'CTIOXS REPRESENT TlfE PER
feolion of Shr^TQdkini;. Look for our Name
cm Ibe SoleK; 3. 4 T. CX)('SINB. Netr York
WO'.Qjy&tsltOjttlMWTbi;.
CALIFORNIA FRUIT UNION.
[■HE STATE COfIVENTIOX AT SAN
HIAN; : ; | .
By-liaws Ail opted — Duties of Officers
i)iii::«-u- Subscribers
[From the Ft! Ed I ■ .•■■.' S] «ia! D (
s.\>- Fkasi rsco, »Covernber 11, 1885.
The mi etinp; <•!' fruit- ■ . rs v. : - not
opened this morning until about lOo'i I i '.
The com n ittee worked late lasl nigbt, but
inable t" complete its report until this
morning.
Mr. Livenuorc called for order in the ab
■ ' ' - - Hilgnrd, and called M.
M. Est< ■• t ■ the chair, as f Lrsi
ident.
Mr. Estee said thai :'■;• Br ; business
would be the n ading of the report of the
Committee on By- Laws. The report !>; irig
the i :.;.ii- ann m t that the next j
busine; ■ v. a ■' I cons i ■ of subscripti i
re any subscriptions were received,
(J. \Y. Hancock - ■ ■ ■ the by-laws i
he :i;:.uii read, simply thai
posed to !)•■ stockh iWlers mi;-:.; U nd Tstaßil
them and K 1 able to discuss thi ni. This
course was tal en. There were present i
about • ighty fro ) ■ at this tim
No objection to any of tl . ■ i by
laws urn.-. raised vi fill, w ben B.C.
( arupbell questii mcd t! of a
vision c mcerniiig the i: sue of stock. !t
was provided in the draft that no certificate |
shall be issued for less than fi\ c
s;.«-k. an ! that every owner of productive i
iv li. 1 t mill' ii to >ul
gard ■ ■ xtenl of his acn agi .
mr. ICsti ■ Baid that no a :tion could be
at this ii me. The committee bi d
worked late and hod given i best though!
to the matters under discussion. A.ll pi - :
■ i i I uld ane before the meeting of
the Bti kholders for Bnal acceptance.
Other proposed by-laws were discus
: : "!ii" ii iikUi as the reading pro| ressed. 1
: : '. I ■ Long ci iticised Section 10. He •
thougl il ii ibable thai ordinarily it ;
be possible for ;i majority of the I
outst ndin i tock to be n presented p< rson
all}'. Ji- .i. 'i thought that the provision '
that do ;•-. rson should he allowed to renre- |
sen? by proxy more than ten timesthe |
amount of Lock he actually owns, was I
drawn too closely. The only way in which
a great body of stock could bcrcpre
would be by proxy.
A VOICE FROM SACRAMENTO.
Senator Etoutier, of Sacramento, asked'
who was to say where the fruit was to be
marketed, and t<> whom. Hi.- inquiry w:i- .
to find out whether the fruit-grower is de- j
prived of the right of saying how his fruit ■
shall be marketed. He doubted ii' a few
men at the head of the corporation would
carefully watch the interests of the indi
vidual Bhipper. He addressed the meeting
by consent :it length, raising objectiosis to
the proposed plan of organization, speak-!
ing with some warmth.
Additional < i i s- ussion of any thing outside '
of tin- by-law immediately under consider- ■
ation whs ruled out of order by the Chair.
It waa stated by the Chair that the by-laws
were now read only for information! The '
iirst business was really to give those j>res- !
ent an opportunity to subscribe for stock.
After a discursive talk, a proposition was ■
made by Mr. de Long, that thirty days !
should be allowed for stock subscription;
ut the end of that period those directly in- :
terested could assemble and perfect an !
organization. He favored going slow at I
tin-* time, and said thai to :\t once proceed
to the election of officers, and then to depart I
with i> hurrah, might i'.>i he to accomplish i
lunch.
An address was>made by Professor ETass
man, who also read a letter from Mr. Cole
man, giving his views concerning the future
of California as :i fruit-growing Suite.
BTJBBCSIFTIOKS TAKEN.
The taking of subscriptions was then !
begun, a recess being taken for fifteen min- 1
titis, which recess w;ts extended until l
o'clock, when it was expected that organi- j
zation would be proceeded with. The by
laws submitted by the committee for the
discussion of the stockholders ;;iv (riven
below. They embody what areexpectcdl
to become the principal features of the j
Fruit Union. They areas follows:
i:, Lilts OF THE CAWOBKU li:> it I Sli (J.
We, the undersigned « ners o{ the number of
shares of stock in tbe California Fruit I'nlonset
opposite our respective Dames, hereunto at
tached, which number of shares constitutes ;:
majority of all the subscribed capital stock of I
the ill California Fruit ("nii»n. do hereby
adopt ami publ&h the following by-laws
management and coutrol of the ( alifornln Fruit
L'nii ■:! :
Ti:t BTEES.
- ■ onl. The powers and au'lioi I
sary for the Rill management and eareol the af
fairs "i the corporation shall be ••< -tui in a
Board of Trustees, nine in number, ivhoshall be
elected by the stockholders annually, on the I
third Wednestlay in January of each year. So
person >h;i!l lie eligible for the office of I
who shall not hold, at the time of his el.
five shares of the stoci of the compuOy. And
the offlee of any Trustee shall become v< ■ at
t: ■■ shall ■: h to hold said minimum .
quantity <'t' stock, associated ui:i.
producing acreage. At tbe : ■ ,o:er '
their election, which mr,-t bo held •-. Ih
days thereof, the Board of Trustees b •■ . ■
ize i v I ii i ■ • ii □ ■ of tip It uuml
tit, mi I o ■ ?pond as Vice-Presldeni fur .
theh- tet n ■ el a'l i 'asurer, ,
whoroayormaynot.be one of their number.
in '1 mat be a corporation, and b - ■ .■■ : ry. «■] o
need not necessarily be ilder. They I
shall also apno nt a gi neral monaKcr, who may
or may not be one of their i i hold
luring the pli ssu- ■ of the D
nti'l t.i i<erfonn sucn duties us the Board
niiiy. by vote, prescribe. Thej shall fix the
•■'ll!'. Of
Secretary, Treasurer tm<\ General W
' ■ proper Blinj; ol such I ■
their maintenance In uuitnimired suftii ien > ";'
■.. They may :i\ their owu limes ami
: lor the transaction
bnsinesa ol the corporation, and mfj
such rules and regulations foi t heir go
and [or the management of the aftain p thej
may deem desirable, and not inconsistent with j
tii.' provisions of thi se l»» s. Trnsl ■
ceive no compensation for their service* I
corporation as such, but shall be paid iheir
a' tual traveling expenses In attendance apou
Htty meeting of the Board ot Trusti ■ -.
mr president.
Bortlon 2. The President shall be the Execn- I
tive UfQcei n! the corporation, and shall piv I ;■■ ,
:it nil tneetuigsof the Btoi kholders and of tße '
Boanlof Trustees; Bhall sign, with iheSecre-i
tary. nil certificates of stock, notes, deeds, eon- .
trui-ts. leases, and generally exercise all other
authorities! and perform all other duties con
nect n} with the affairs of the corporation requi- '
site and appropriate to such office. He fhall n .
ceive such compensation as may ;..■ fixed by the
Board ol Trustees for his servfcea tothecorpo
rim hi as I'resldent, mid shall be allowed actual i
traVelbig expenses in attendance upon any ;
business appertaining to the afikirs of the cor
poration.
THR VI. KIT! MITNT. I
- lion 3. The Viee-President shall. i;i Iheab- :
Bence or other incapacity of the Ptesident, per- '■
tnnn bis duties ami exercise his power, being
subject to the same rules as to compensation and
expenses.
MF.KTIMiS.
s.i-tian i. Bpecial Meetings— The rresident. or
in i.i- absence, the Vice-rresident, may call
tpectal me [Inn <>f the stoekbolders of the :
corpoTHtlon or the Board ofTrnrteea, whenever, j
in lii— j'nl; nent.the Interests of tbe corporation ]
require, or at any time on the written r."iu.\-t
stockholders ol thi> corporation ; caua
[ay j.. the case ol the stockholders, two
iM'i !<•'■ nf the meeting ;\i>-t its <>i- ; . ■;■*,- to i"- pot*
Hjbc I in ■■ new ■■; aper in the com
which the corporation s principal busings*
ofuee is situated : and in tbe case ol the B . d
ofTmstees ut least tliree days' notice to
m raber of the Board personally or in -
«'!'b-i<l to his las: tnow i place ol .
:■:..-. Ided, that whea all the itockholden i
or all the members "t the l;:.uni of
Tru ;■ shal at anymeeticg. how- 1
■i. ami I all sigu a
scut th rcto, bosinew •.: nny catan may be I
tnuisacted thereat, in like manner ai ■■
■ I- U ~.ir!-. meet It
culU'i.
holders to be beld as before -, .-, v.,.
third Wednesday of each year, the Pn
tl mil a report of the
k>&fortheyearprecedl • ■■■ nanied
r • ■'■ from the Gia-ral Munaze;
I
«-. 5. The capital ■-to^'; ot the
shnll be evidenced by certiflcates duly
by '.lv- President and Beeretary, coi .
. , ■ -i -\;ir; - ■■: the )'ar value "•■! J]
itnc no suUet-rlpUon for such stock il
. from others than owners 01.o 1 . on
ii': 1 vineyard M shipping jrapen, and la-! i
dn Ing small fruits and vegetables, m the
j-irtimi of one acre thereof to each share ■
■took : nor shall asy lebaeripUDn be ,-• ■
i tbnn nve shares ; por Ehall any eertifl- 1
citt of stack bi' issued, except !•> ; f
owners, as belbxe menticmed. Ever; «
of stock hare printed Mmspicnoasly on its ;
face tbw ii f:s tamable oniy to sach owner* of j
producing acreage in tb« proportion of one ihare I
to each aero owned, and taai it ii toutsftrable
only to parties similarly owning nr acquiring
0 lulvalem acreage : in effect, that the privilege
of voting at all elections of the corporation is
rtrictly dependent ii|»m Its continued associa
tion with ownership of an equivalent acreage
of orchards, vegetabli -. small fruits or vineyard
ipplng grapes. Eai h certificate oi stock
.-.:<ih alsn Lav,> conspicuously printed aci
thatitis transferable only to act as) own
■ ■ ■ at i reage as beibr
..'.II be or shall I - to ibis
m and Ign its by-laws, and U]
lsto< k c rtMcatethe receiver shall
i intraei r. _• i , .. stipulating thai
' pts faid btosk, -
■ oui 'l c mditions.
GENERAL M IKAGER.
' ieG !m ral Manager shall, by wa
■ ion of the Board of Trustee*, tal i
era! supurvisi >n of the business of the corp ira
lor the forwarding to m
I ing in snch markets, all the
1 fniil pro lvi ta and othi rpr i luce, un
der the control >] ol the corn iratlon. Uett\
■ tary, district
•- ■ Si : ■ into produce distr
', ivith reference to the natural com
int: -ti:tU cause to
ol the number and
. each said district, I Ir esti
■ leld each shipping se ison. to tl ■ ■
! ' :•■ to : ulation mai
oi the quantitj aud varieties for
■■-■ ■ eh mi -':•■• a ii- b • I rand. Hei I
tiOn BO ill: 1
itsonably and | ■
1 ■■• irporat! in m
em«;nta for shipping and mar
— II »i ••'• thed with the p iwersand i i
>ty, '-y ' "i Trustees, as Bh«U] b ■ best
hisdispositinnsc
i i lie ally to the iaf re :■ . r the stock
• ion.
FAEY.
' ' '' ' ' ■ ■ idian
he corji I
1 ■ ■ : ■ am at all
Die tings ot the t Boanl
: ""' all cc! . ,-tlv i-.i !
dance with
stock issi ■ ■
" ! recori - . „ „,,,|
.
'■■■in. elm ; all i
keep .■■: ■■•■■ nrate hop ai >l I
the corn .ration: shall cqunti rr-ign all conti
" >! ' ■- a ■•■ '•■■ :■•■ - Biamed !■. the Pn sidcnl
• . < tion oi le Bo 10l I .
keeping an n cord of the ianie He
tiers to stock iii this
I ion th amount of thi ■■ [ O n to
■ the Tjvi-.
urei "i the coi poration. He sh . :nratc
aitures ol the
ration. Ml and detailed , ltlt
v. ii n the various individual sul msign
iUß produce to the corporation lor sale render
ing !■'• pel si itei ti ate th n of; i
detailed ai c Hints ■■; all shipments by ti • .
porntion. He shall, in connection with the
. iger, as provided in Section 7
hereof, cause to be pp pared and p riodically
issued i" the fortheej
of the corpi „, tne
probable fruit yield of each i .
on Eastern consumption markets; in Bi -
tablUhin^ and maintaining, in the highc I pos
sible (-fflciency, a department of statistic, where
everythii i eulali il to promote thi ii I
>>;■ the Btoi khola< ■ ..:... ...
carefully collei ted, dici stcd and • ■
published to the members of thi corporation
He shall Is3ue the proper notices of all
inga of the s oi kho I •■ i md B i rd of Trustees
!].■ shall, in nil other respects, perlonn Mich
other dnties as maj be appropriate to the oitice
■ tary and be required by the B. .
■•■-.
TBEASTBXB.
in 8. The Treasurer shall have chaise of
ol the a rporation; shall i ieeive
from the secretary, as hereinafter provided, in
r, all avails from disposal of stock and
i':" ■ eds rrom s ments of sb ek oi the cor
poration, depositing the same in hank, or.de
■.. t,i be Bell ctcl by the Board ofxru
i n-dit of the eorporatioc, thence to be
drawn only on the order of the President and
Becretary. He shall collect and receive all
moneys !■■ longing to the corporation from what
ever source derived. He shall furnish a good and
BHiflcient bond for the safe custody of the same
on the call of and tothesatisfacti in of the Board
of Trustees. He shall also keep proper boobs of
accounts at all times open to the inspection of
stockholders, ami at each annual meeting of
the stockholders be shall submit a report, ac
companied by proper vouchers, for the corpora
tion f.ir tiny preceding year. He shall also make
Mich partial reports aa may be called for by the
Board of Trustees at any meetings of the Board
of stockholders other than the annual meetings.
He shall make all necessary disbursements i,>r
the run -lit transaction of the affairs of the
corporation, in accordance with whatever >y~
i> m the Board oi Trustees may direct.
Q1 OBfM, VOTES, PROXIES.
Section 9. Stockholders representing a ma
jorityofthe outstanding stock ol the corpora
tion and x majority of the Board of Trustees,
respectively, shall constitute n quorum for the
transaction of business at all meetings of their
several bodies. All questions ol the Board of
'I rustec 'v >hnl! he decided by a vote of the m i
Jority "!' the members present ; all questions be
fore meetings of the stockholders slmH bede
cidi.'. bj voting of shares, onevotetoeach share
of stuck actually owned by an owner of an
equivalent acreage of orchard, vegetables small
; fruits or vineyard of craped, and do stock shall
1 ■■ recognized as entitled to vote, unless r-o voted
|byanov a< ol Buch < piivalent acreagi ib<
j fore mentioned. Voting by proxy shall only be
allowed when the proxy is of bis own right an
actual owner ol stock in 1 1 ■• - corporation, with
:;•■ i quivalent <m DersnJ pof orchard and vine
yard, and no oi>e bhall vote by ich proxy any
number of votes in excess often times the num
ber "i shares he actually owns himself, for
v. !i;,-li he has acre-age equivalent as before men
tioned. 'Ih" majority of votes cast, in aeeorii
ith the foregoing, shall decide all v v ■-
linns at meetings oi the stockholders.
OPI ION OF - c.
ml •. Stockholdei - ■ ton Ehali be
i the option of selling the fruit tothe
; n miuunlly agreed price, duly I
outhecarsal point of shipment, should they
l>rel i di iiositiou instead of nhippiug
;.i consumption markets iWr
sale, aud taking actual avails of su< h -„
DIVISION i>; rSOFITS.
m 11. tn Hi- dh Ision of th .- nel profits
oi the L'Uion there shall be allotted to the stock
sol the Union dividends ol :i"! exceed
p i c ■•!.;. pi r annum on theii ■
ball I c allotted
I ai nl resen ■ fraid oi the I n on, fti
all the remaining pnifits be divided an ion:; the
I ■ nfthc L'nion "-ho co . Khiee I
: -■;:.,. inprop rtion tothcai
\:: M'Uii n . ■ ■
them— -the intent thereof being to make the
! nion ea icntially a "i Deration" for tb
npportlnglt.
m 12. Thcby-lawi may be Amended by a
. ■ iirds»f the si Ijtcrih ■ any
provid

• ing.ora notice through the
le 5l te i days ]
date oi ■ , ,1,1 c;.
of the : - la-i-kiMw n
sa the frail filled
nt bl ink sub criptions ;'. r shai es of s . .
in the Union, the rorru • ; >t i ■ --i
beirj ■■■■ '• illowa :
■■ fi r ■ I
;■■'■'■ "f "1 a li nit I ..
of the parvalue nl one dollai ■, per share,
having nrresol Irull trees, and.
ol vines of shipping grapes both of
in the fruit season of ltifcfi, situated in
towntihip, county of K| ,;,• oJ Califor
nia, being at the rate ol one share of stock Cur
i • owned by me, ol age to b< ir in ISS6.
railroad station, or shipping point.
is county of g\
California.
'i.. these lila:i!;s g note is attached :;> fol
lowa : " If you are not in favor oi incorpor
ation, or do not wish to take stock. ]
return this let! r with a statement ol acres
_Y'>'i have, and objections thereto."
I •■•■ subscriptions received tl".rir>L' the
noon recess, as a basis for action, ;!ii.. after
noon, are a^ follows :
BcnsciumeKS wa stock.
N.uiu' Addi . Shaies.
General John Bidwell—Bntte _ -jjo
■':i nu Daideda ',<<
A. l. Butler S'apa 10
fl 3mith S.lano Urt)
M.t'. !'. ■ inson AntiiM-h 25
[saac< ■ Him Alameda 7
M .\. v ■. ... i Contra Costa Sr
!;. I. Trumbull Sobmot 80
thy Paige Tulare T.">
i.'hn Bwett <'<mlra Costa ... 50
Fred- Russell \lamc-iia 20
!■• •'■ Ro«e Los Angeles in
C. C. Martin Santa Clara :»
D. W. (lutes ~olano 50
.1. 1 .. Bassfbid, lr s^liiuo 50
1). Mahone Sapa 50
John Bidwell Bntte a
.!. - UcDonalQ Solano S
E. I". Delafield N.-.pu .-.
impbell Santa dura 58
11. ' ■ Wilson Tohsima 30
C. P. r ipkint LosAneeleK Co
■ :i - j.".
H. A. Ba&sford t>] v o 7ii
v. W Blanchard V i 10
1 Lewis lletinrd BantaCUra I 1)
I Booth Plscenrillc
::n» El Dorado to
1.. W. EtUCk Solnu.i go
K. D. I i.v Santa Clara
Mniidor 'Jfi
i A. Goul I Placer 25
. tee Santa Clara '
". (i Pierce - 50.
E, W. Hilgard llameda ",
John i. 1 icb Santa Clara ■;
«. v, !:.,;, l- Placer
' Bowman Santa Clara X)
C. V- Leiding „ 20
: JO
! N. Bake* Solano ill
| Gilbert Tompkins klameda >r,
;hton - , ■;,
S. F iiob -.Santa Clara. 70
M. !i Myrick - 50
>!. j. Dobbina l, o
.i. w. cassi.iy _ Sonoma i>
i \v. B. Parker Solano >i
IE.B. Thnrber Solano
; J. IL Wells 15
1 UiU< :.<; Beaver: Santa Clara 50
'•.' Hatto, .'r SoUno 13
1-nl.r Jai ohj Vnba so
J. A. WiU»,i Sauta Clara „ SO
S, P.Sannden - , B v ,
WHOLE NO. 10,784.
p- A - •§«« Sacramento 40
■• ■'.■ S" 100 ?* Sacram. nto 5
11 ■. M ',' nv!l Santa Clara 100
J.B.deJarwath Colusa £
v 'l/: Parker Solano 60
,A" V " Santa Cruz 10
G. A H. Bassford Solauo
J. A. .-tewiirt Santa Crnr <to
.1. B. Whitcomii PiaceV r
(•has. k. Uvermore :, gn
H. P. Uvermore Sacramento '" 50
a. Loomis - " ,1
ii. 11. Pillsbiiry Placer i
g- II Phil Ups San Luis Obi'spo' 10
R. a Blowers V
11.. i. Eastman Sonoma : »i
■"■ '■'■ Swim Polano in
N - Young Krc-Mo.. i
•'.. > - '■: '.';■'' Santa ciaraZV;.....™;; S
,V- •■ Atken SactaClara 20
»' m ¥&£ cc Santa Clara
W-M. I rosby llaneda .. s
' Brower K'-r- " ■>
James Gamble Uameda..^ i
W- w ; Brier llaraeda ..Z™ SO
Wm. Barter p s
vc lr ' !',' r ",'" Sonoma "" 2
W. ir. IVells Solan<
' V::; <' : > Santa CUra '."". 30
I • 1- Pratt ;■■,, sno
a. f. Abbot v,u,a. :;•;::::;;;:: w
Emma Bntchie Santa Clara 20
"■ r '''■ >iy— • 1 ZZ'Z'Z '')
■ 1 Sapa. ,
': Kayo I ' „,
O. IV. Osborn ',
v - I 20
«. I-.. Emery Santa Cms.... 30
John P. Aiken •.
Elizur Wright Clara-. . iv
Mrs. M. <;. Norton , ;. . ■ :•■ w
" ■:!'■ ami uto In
J ■ . i", !■:,: :i 1Q
.\. Boaton
{;'■<•'. Marklej - noma
■'I. M. !.-■■. ■■■ Xapi 10
'■. !•. Merriao Diego 5
■ J ihnstoi -1 1
'■•■ ; -- Meyer Sautu Clara . 10
Afternoon BessioiLi
1 mo in session ■ ■ Hil
■ ' ■ at the
•;...■.:
who ■; tlurin : ; !
: ■ the reading of tl ■ 1 ami -. M. y..

should be done at pri r thai th ■
selection ol a Board of Directors. Thesa
irould only continue until the
third Wednesday ;:i January, and thi .
pli aty '•!' tira tl i be had in whi
see v.iia; is most needed, by the cor]
tion
The question being r.ii ■•.! whethi
law concerning the 1
holding associations would not c intinne
the officers until ISS7, it wa 1 theunaniinons
expression that those elected are to
i! nexl January . when they
if ii..' law wool i otherwise continue
thi ir ti rms.
This -'-i mcd to 1 m si of the re
maining obstacles, and the n
those going forward to subscribe for 1 1
\v;:^ greatly :
: reel nnii ciapD
hands, ami ...
Tl!.': i.1.1.M.W CAPPED.
As the long-continued applau
<lie away, A. T. Uatch, ol -' ilano, who still
retained his seal ai one side of the hall,
was loudly called tor by scores „f voi
Aner waitinga niomemt, he walked for
ward td the platform and said: 1 was
the originator of the movement .or this
Convention, and bave regretted the differ
ence of views liurin^' the progress of the
formation oi the association ; Sat it I
n iw as if an acceptable plan may be form
ulated by the corporation now being
organiaed, and if so, I want to act with the
rest "f the fruit-growers of the .State.
Therefore, reserving the privilege to get
out of the mi.in if 1 find I cannot remain
in it without jeopardizing my interests, I
\\ ii ay that if I was the fust to start the
asa iciation and am tho la-st to come in, you
may pat me down for 500 shares."
This capped the climax, and was-fol
lowed by long ami fxciting applause.
KURTim: BUBBCBIPTIOBB.
Several minutes were then occupied in
subscribing for stock, and the utmost pood
feeling prevailed as it became generally
believed and understood thai members of
the Tnion would be allowed to consign
carload shipments to whoever they pleased
at the East, dealing direct with consi -
and the car being forwarded in the Onion's
special train.
Among the subscriptions made after the
break led by Mr. Hatch were: D. Lobin,
125 shures; Joseph Uoutier, SO; C. W
Reed, 50; E. Booth, 50; Sol. Runyon, 100 .
A. T. Hatch, 500 1 John Studeris, 50 ; fm;
Knox. 25; .1. W. Madeley, 5; John Crofton.
i; 1. E. French, 5.
DIRKCTOBS ELECTED.
The stockholders then proceeded to-«lect
nine Directors for the term till January.
Drury M clone nominated M. M. Bstee as
the unanimous choice of Napa. The other
nominativis were: C. \V. Reed, of
Sol Runy«n and Joseph Routier, of Sacra
-1; A. Block ;i!,il W. 11. Aik.
Santa Clara; L. W. Buck and A. T. Hatch,
ol Solano; D. C. Feely, of Santa Croi; L.
J. Rose, of Los Angeles; \V. Barker, of
Placer county; 11. P. Lirermore and John
Rossel, ctf Alameda; John Markley, of
Sonoma. There being Bvi more m mina
tions than the !'i. •: for.
' : :• . Barki r, K";!tkr. Peely, Russel and
withdrew, and ng nine
were unanimously chosi n and ■
the Board of Directors.
< »;i motion, Uie Board was directed to (i!e
article! lil mc irporati< :i and :
co nplete the or jini; atii n by eleol
lent, Vice President, Treasurer and
Secretary ; als 1 the !'• 1a d wa - ■
le of its number to
Horticultural Com 01 »1 Los Angeles
next week, in behalf the Union, and
operation of tne fruit- I
tin! section of • h 9 at .
The Board of Direci aently held
ng and ■ I Ihe articles i f incor
poration. '!'!:■ >■ n ill ', ■ •
the next meeting.
PASSENGERS FROM THE EAST.
Phomostoby, r llth. — The fol
. passengers passed
arrive in Sacramento on the 13th inst:
Mis- a. M. Bali b ; Mrs. M. i.. Bald
ton; .1. <;. Crommelin, Alabama; Ben.
Liebes, ii. If. David, Mrs. R. Gousbraux,
San Francisco; Augustus M. Anthony,
Anthony D. Gorgfirgn and wife, (..l.Al
ford and wife, E 0. Goodrieh. New Voi-k;
H. W. Decker, Sacramento ; Miss Maggie
Hannon, [daho; Miss O. Lerumhart, Miss
''. !■ • ' ■!.'. M. i lark, Montan a; .1. A. Fareu
son, Ireland; J. Oharleton and wife, Miaa
M. Qreenman, M.-.- Barrow and maid.
Canada; Mrs. A. S. Bradley, Mrs. M.
Hamilton, Oakland; J. \V. Donahue, natty
and car.
Xr.un mi., November 11th. — The follow
ing overland | utsengprs pa red Newhall
November lltli, to arrive in s.:u Francisco
Xoveraber 12tb: .1. Lesonskv, '*. W. Bar
leigh, C. 1.. Shilling, J. \V. i.rav, V. Maraz
rine, P. Allarino, E. C. Van Btarcora M
McGuire, H. Hasted, J. F. Bullwinkel, J.
if. Reybarn, & Anhorn, Ban Francisco;
Mrs. 8. M. White, 11. Mac whin ey, A. Mac
whiney, F. G. Randall and wife. Dr. Jain
Diaz Am ••hi: . ','.. 1. Jones, C.L. Brown,
Los Angeles; .'. B. Reno and wife, Gearge
Stolzenbogh CJbicagn; !•'. :. Beed, P. Con
nolly, A. Uedaci, N»-.v '■ 0.-k: :1. Brendt,
Carl Buss. Germany; ('•. Sechrlst, Mra. G.
Sechrist. J. Sechrist. Onio; Siiss Bolinger,
Miss M. Brendt, John H tilling, Germany;
A. 1.. I.aii.l>. CoiHici-ii. m; Mrs. West, Col
ton; J. .v. Dalzell, PHtsbnrc R. McWan,
Maine; S> Patterson. Englana; P. C. Jooca
and irifi Colorado; 6oh G < ronl, Detroit
WUliaiu-F. Wbite. Oakland c.. W. De:ir
brow. Salton; .Mrs. s. A. Mcll. Srrn Ber
nardino; J. !.. Doolittle, Kevada; Mrs. I',.
Millec, Arizona; A. Bspson, Uoston; I'd.
Browasill and .-.v Miss '• . Brownafll, M ■
M. IcoAr.sili. Mitrk Brownsitl, Minnesota;
Mr-. M. Me ••".;).. Si. 11.-;. na; C. McGosrn
and wife, Key v ."rk: Mrs. George Var
tridee and family, St. ! >vis; 1.. D. Brown,
M3nrankee; 8> a. Van Praag, W. ii. Kav
rujond, G P.Gilli ■, dui Franciaco; rl. F.
■n..
Tb<« m - in ' !:•>.- ■,•■.•,■■■ tiik 8i Kmat— The
Tru< tber ?th says :
They .-:•.!■» li v .;■- of Block which bavo
bei i •-. ;!if- summit deffing the
■ daya »n»t have had ;i seriona
I '■'''■"■■ Igiug by
lii' number ej strays whicS are being
picked ujj at Donnerlake. 5 ana
8k i ; con thronah . beat
••i the cattM and Y r <b«Wy
.:iy away i ' i.i-s
ub- 1 . rooks in search of sieUvr. Hogh Por
ter has a corral fall oi ktoraeaaades l< that
came book ye 1 to-day. He took
Dp a lot oi bay this afternoon to fi id the
animals.
There is considerable rivalry between
Tularo and Trivcr as to which place .-shall
b« the western terminus ol the projected
narro\v-gav>t^- rjUroad.

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