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SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
VOLUME LIV.-NO. 72.
DAILY RECORD-UNION
as shroud c!a** ina^tet
PUBLISHED BY THE
SACRAMENTO PDRLISHISG COMPANY.
Publication Ofiice, Third .st., bet. J and K.
THE DAIIA' KKCORD-UNTON
Is published every day of the week Sucdavsex
cepted. Ituublu-ahettou Saturdays.
For one year ._ jc go
For six months .«
For three months ."!.."!. 2 00
Subscribers served by Carriers nt Fiftkfn
Cents per week. In all interior cities and towns
the ijaper can be had of theprincipal Periodical
t-ealers, Newsmen and agent 6.
THE WEEKLY L'N'IOX
Is the cheapest and moit desirable Home News
and Literary Journal published on the i'acitic
coaot.%
Terms, One Year_ ;o OB
WASrEI*— LOST— FOUND.
WAI.NfT BEDROOM SET (M ARBLF.-TOP)
For Sale Cheap. Also, Two Bed Louncei
Call at CHAS. M. CAMPBELL'S. 4W X street'
Household Furniture at Lowest Cash Prices.
Upholstering and impairing. Give me a cnll
0221 m
gIITCATION WANTED-BY A LADY AS AM
) experienced nurse; bestof referencexiven:
::-. ti. \. BROWN, Room 12, Odd Fellows'
Temple, Ni!.!' X . DlO-6C*
WANIKP-BY A SINGLE GENTLEMAN
employed at the State Capitol, a room
nu'l board In :i private Qimll; whir:- Frenchor
Oerm&n !i gpoken. Addieas u A. 8.," Beoobu
r.Mu-N ofhre. n7tf
LADY AGENTS OF TACT WANTED FOR
our JSuxt and Form Developer; no
Lumlii:;.'. ludnn>i-<1 by Phyridaoi Writ ! for
Keah.'il deaenption nail terms. ERIE J!Kl> CO
BufTttlo. N. Y. n|i^plm '
mOFARKEBa— WE HAVE ON HANDSOME
JL Fint-claa American an I -• . dan&vian
Plow Hands that we <'an furnish you at the
RhorttiFt notice. Apply to HOUSTON A CO.,
Employment Office, fourth, and X street*, Bac
ramento. n'::-tf
FOR SALK— TO LET~
FOR BALE— A YOUNG SORREL -rv
Man,'; drove double several time*; viaAX
is ninnii!).'oi;t ami weighs now 1,180 r t7/ A
luquireof W. O. PIERCE. Shingle Springs!
nIJ-:U
ROOMS ! ROOMS !— No. 80S, NORTHEAST
oomer of Eighth and X streets; handi ime
rooms, single or in suites; the beat rooms In the
city: prices ressonable; Btreetc&n fiomthede
potpaae the door every live minutes; strictly
nr.-t-i Inss iv every respect. *
nia-tl MRS. GRICE, Proprietrea.
mO BENT— TWO OE THREE FTJRNISHED
JL rooms for housekeeping; snitaliU- f»r nun
and wife. Apply Ul6 Seventh Btreet,beti so
S a"d O- nil-uv
FOR BALE- BO ACRES OF FRUIT AXDjk,
(.rum Land, ."> milea frmn t lie city Sc*
m ?■>•") per acre. Inquire at 217 J street " •-*"-
116-2W*
rRRENT— AT7JO ANU 722 E STREET, &A.
twoCoitiises, om.-of i P.oiiisnndoiieCnn!
of 5; each lot. -Juxiiii; fenced and ■''"■ W\n
walk? bugt; will be rented forfltl each. Apply
toCARLSTROBKL. :'JI .1 street. 015-tf"
fpj RENT-ON SHARES, 1,500 ACRES OJ
JL fine Gram land, in trm-ts to suit, to parties
•who ran furnish themselves. Aiii.lv to or ad
dress URa E. M. WIIjJON, Elk Grove. Sacra
mento county. o2olm*
FRSAI.E-AN OLD ESTABLISHED CRO
cery Business, on one of the principal
2^ tE - ~ F ° r I; imiolli ' lr * aj.ply toHALL, LVIVtLS
&CO., second street, between 1 and J, Pacra-
m g°to. oi7-tf
UK)R SALE— A HALF OR -n,,™
J? whole interest in the West- Qj£h*S&» y '
em Hotel Hacking; two Carriaces V&*Fl^!-Igfr
and four Horses and Harness. For gv
further particulars, inquire at the Oflice or ol
the Driver. 0'.5-tf
mO LET— A NEW HARD-FINISHED^Six
JL house; nine rooms, bath, gas ami all ■"••I
modem conveniences. Inuuireat IMI OjaJilL
fcfee'- omf
WORK HORSES FOR SALE.
INQUIRE OF L, C. TOUHCNTER <51
at wert end of Sacramento and IiSTX
W.o Bridge. n7 lm /C?\
fARMSP^-
(■■ •* *-*■ » JLTJlka^ ed or improrad
(Small or larce f;irm of any kind, make it a
»oint to will on CAUL STitOUKL, the Bro.
|k»r, S2l J Street, Sacramento. 3* fytt(t4
trail di.
oIG-lm
I"OH *=» /x t.-r».
THE WELL KNOWN RANCH OF WM.aj,
Howell, nt Brownsville, containingww
ISO acre*, irith a birge Hotel with twenty—*—
rooms, well furnished; also. Granary, Black
smlth Shop and two Bams: there Et a. Mine on
the premises which is being worked,' but doea
not beloDK to the place; a number ol Head of
Mock will l>e sola with the place; all of the
above property will be sold cheap ii applied lor
within a rcasonabli lini". Apply to
hl-J-lui JOHN llOVVKl.L.'KnnvnsviUe
FARfFMIALET
I WIL!. SELL PRIVATELY THK I 'ARMffit
1 situated tn Mississippi Township, Sar-*<w*
ramento County, about three miles from ■—■»•
Folsom. .-ix miles from Bockland, and five miles
from Rooeville, i ii (be C. P. It. K. Coiu.-sinin-r
UK Acies— Tn to v " Aires well cleared: sor <>
Aciei Of Alfalfa; G Acres Onrhard of well
aelected Frull Tr> ■ ■-: «!s<i. a large Vegetable
Garden, ami a patch <>( Grapes. The land is
rich and level, ami suitable fur srain or any
(arming purpose; all fenced and cron fenced
with barjed wire and boards. Tie buildings
are new. consisting of a Dwelling, seven
rooms; Bam, (-table, and other out-build-
Inga All the land can be Irrigated, and
pltnty of rnnnlnt; water tor thm ;
The following Stock will bd (old with tho
farm or separate : .-ix Horses and l Male; 10
'.MX..I (rcsh Milk Cows; l Light Wagon and I'-'ii;
gr, and Panning sold by
the »tb of NOVKMBER, will ; ffi red for i ril
for a term of years to .i good tenant. Pot terms
or information Inquire ;ti J. B. MEREDITH' B
l'liiL- Store, soul i r Second and X
sire,;-. Sacramento, or to MRS. ('. M..IOVNT. on
the pn ill l -tf
STOCK F^RM FOR SALE.
Sfc '||f| MUST BE BOLD BEFORE NO
• >.')\l\t. vember ioih. 520 acres of line
Pasture or Fruil Land; 250 acres eas be
I: plenty of water and timber; 60
acres txnder fence; with a frame Dwell-
Ing '■! Kb rooms; hro Hams. lnxSO; a pood
Slaughter-house; good Blacksmith Shop, with
!.>•■;-. Carriage-houa . Stone Milk-hoove :■...< 1
other Outhouses; a Living Spring. Also. l."> head
of Muli's and Horreo, from ti inotiths to l» years
(including in Hr,>. .1 Uares); Pour-horse Wagon;
new Buckeye Mower; new .Sulky R.-ike and
Other Fanning Implements: 11 Cows; 11 Year
line"; '. " '"nits, bred to Angora; 75 Bon; about
300 Hens, Ducks, G«ese; UOUOOak l'osfc; »j to 40
Cordi Stove Wood cut and corded. Jackson
Creik. with Its water all Hie year round, runs
through the place. This Is a good bargain. Sit
uated four milea from Jackson, Amadur county.
ar>'l seven ;ni!es ::,>iii lone.
• 850— Twenty acres one and one-half miles
from Li-omis, on Irtte of C. I. R. R. All cleared
and fenced.
"\7IT. 3E». C 3 OKi "E! IVE -A. 3XT,
325 .1 Rlrvet, Sacramento. JyJMptf
MARKETS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHER,
f\mCß AT NEW YORK 'llt^Ju-.
\J ket. IOJO and M 22 X street, WffßgtfW
Sacraruci.to. Cal. Highest Cash
Price paid for Fat Stock of all n "■ '"
kinds. All kin. ls of Meat Fresh Daily and sold
at the Lowest Possible Prices. All Meats kept in
ice-house attached to shop— a sure guarantee
that it is in prime condition at all times
»^<Ptf M. F. ODELL, Proprietor.
ORIENTAL MARKET^
No. 418 X street, Sacramento.
PHI!.. HARTMAN. THE OI.HEST /*!■».
. s ;i:i«m Maker in thecity, is still in<V*J^
the lielil. Ail kinds of Sausages mßikg^Bi
in the cleanest and most careful manner. Also
for sale beat Lard iv the market; no mutton
tallow mixed with it. nl lplm
TO THE PUBLIC.
HAVIKG PURCHASED THE INTEREST OF
8. \V. MuREHorSEin the
FULTON MEAT MARKET,
Comer Fifth and X Streets.
I desire to inform all that in iuture it will be
kept in first-class style. The best of
Fresh and Salt Meats, Sausages, etc.,
Alway on hand and sold at the most reasonable
rates.
«- Full weight and square dealing ■will be
the mi it to.
o^flplm M. F. ODKLI* Proprietor.
DON'T BE IMPOSED UPON
By OtJ-iiaaatrxeaa. !
V-OTICE TO FISH CON.-TMERS.-Prß
_L> chasers of piscatorial food are cautioned
against baying fish which :.-e caught in the
drainage cana! and tu'es, asthevarenothea'thv
food. Thrre are no fresh fish which have been
taken from Fisherman's Lake sold at any stand
west ol Tenth street, except at GEOROE* COOP
ER'S, X street, between Fifth andBixth.oU-4ptf
HALE BROS. & CO.
Ladies' Linen Collars!
OPENED TO-DAY!
Various Stylos etxici 2»r±cos !
For late styles, best qualities and
lowest prices, you will find it always pays
to look here. You are sure at all times to
receive courteous and fair treatment, no
matter whether you purchase or not, and
none can gainsay the fact that the more
you compare the better posted you
become; this is what we desire. We
want all to obtain a knowledge of values.
Why? Because we are confident that
when quality is taken into consideration.,
our prices are the LOWEST on this coast.
We have of late been having an unusually
lively trade in our CLOAK AND WRAP
DEPARTMENT. We are showing some
very handsome garments of this season's
importation. NEWMARKET CLOAKS,
with vest front trimmed with Astrakhan,
Boucle Baaver Fur or Braids, at $16 to
$22 50 each; "LANGTRY" CLOAKS
(elegantly trimmed*, at $2O and $22 50;
also, a new line of WINTER WRAPS, in
Brocade Velvet and Corded Silks, and
Matelasse Brocade. Prices, $15 to $45
each. Remember, we carried over no
goods from last season, and have no
second-hand garments to be disposed of;
but our lines are all of this season's im
portation. None can afford to make pur
chases without first looking here.
«6T ORDERS BY MAIL FILLED UPON RECEIPT. -%s«
lale bros 7 & co.,
So 3. 829. 831. 838. 835 X street, and 1026 X?nth street. Sacramento.
JHILLINEKY.
3Vg±ll±xxex'y !
WEEESPECrFULLY INFOEMTHB LADIES
of Sacramento and vicinity that we
are prepared to show our Fall Importation of
FRENCH HATS AND BONNETS. Also lull
lines of all NOVELTIES pertaining to tbe season.
MRS. BARBER & PEALER,
031 J St., bet. Sixth * Seventh, Sacramento.
029-lpSm
FRUITS, SEEDS AXl> PRODUCE.
I'GENEJ. GKEuOKY. C.C.BAiSNES. FEANKORE^OBY
GREGORY, BARNES & CO.,
(Ssoceaon ;-o (iregory & Co.),
Nos. l"iO and CtS J SSroot.
WHOLESALE I'EALHKS IN PKOIJi'CE \ND
Fruit. Full stocks of Potabvw. W-getHbles,
Green and Dried Fruit*, Ee«jis, Alfalfa, 3utter,
Eggs, Cheeso. Poultry, etc., always on hand. Or
dera filled at lowest ratts. nl2-tf
LYON & CURTIS,
WnOI.E<IALE DEALEP.S IS
Vegetables, Fruits, Seeds, Batter, Efts,
PRODUCE GENERALLY,
Sn». 117 tn 123 .1 street, Savntux i.to.
nlO-Ip'.f
W. R. STRONG & CO.,
ClOiaflßSlOll UXHCHAMTS *JTD DHALEKS
J iv
•sekdh, nunrs j» smau puuducs
Proprietors CAh"! j -'.1, Ni BBSBISS, -arrin»cn
to, Cal. Beed and Tree Catalogues se*t ;r<-f on
application. Is'oj. C, 8 and io J Htreet, Sac
raineuto. „, .
D. DeBERNARDI & CO.,
/GENERAL COIOOBaiOM MKR- a
XX chants, and Sliipjiersof all kinds of flMhk
FrtUts, Vegetable*, Fish, Gaine,_S-!^
Poultry, Eggs ami General Produce.
Careful attention given to the Selection and
Packing of Choice Fruits for Distant Markets.
Nos. 308 and 310 X fit-, Sacramento, Cal.
o>'-lm
A. MOOSEE. g. UKESON.
S. GERSON & CO.,
No. 280 J Street... Sacramento.
/GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
XJ dealers in Imported and Domestic Fruits
Vegetables, Nuts and Dried Fruits. 023-tf
THE " HOME SEEKER."
The InimiirrationAssoeintionof North
ern California is now preparing: to issue
the November number of the " HO>!E
SEEKER." It is to be enlarged, and
fullj illustrated with lithosrranhie views
of >orthern California. It will contain
practical iufonnation of the resources
and advantages of the Northern Coun
ties. AH tho proceeds of this publication
will be devoted to the carrying; on 01
immigration work. We appeal to the
business men of the Northern j>art of the
State to srive it their advertising sup
port. IJy so doing, the work of bring
ing an increase of popnlation to 1 lie
Stntr will be carried on. At Ogdeu a
copy will be put in the hands of each
incomingnassenger. In addition to this,
several thousand copies will be tlK
trfcuted on the trains leaving Chicago,
in order to attract the settler intending
to settle in other States and Territories.
Give the " HOME SEEKER" your snp.
l>ort. ap7-tf
PAINTS AND OILS.
JL CHADDKSDON IMFOHTEK AND DEAL
. er in PalnM, OH? .Varnisbea, Window G'asf
Mi-ced Paints. Arti«s' and Painters' Material*.
Wall Paper, etc. No. 204 X gt., Sacraaiento
ol 7.1 p- f
SKATES! SKATES^
PRICES REDUCED ON* CLUB
and Rink Skates. Send foT t &Vj' r^
Catalogue, and state about howy.^X ff*.
i_a:iy you may want. /Sir~^~* B«FR8 «FR
WIESTER & CO., ( 9J» '91)
No. 17 New Montgomery st., San Francisco.
016-iplm
TAILORING.
1
Tlaos. Bromley,
THK MKKCHANT TAILOR,
HAS REMOVED HIS PLACE OF BUSINESS
to No. 516 J street, a few doors west of the
oiii atand. AH the Latest Stylus of Imported
and Domestic Goods for GENTS' FALL AND
j WINTER WEAK in .stock.
! JSS- PKICES THK I.OVTEST!
nB-lplm W-WOBE TnE IJEST!
RAILBOAJ)SrSTRAMERs7ET€.~ "
j SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
rpRAIN'S LEAVE AND ARE DUE TO AKRIVE
j J- AT
j SACRAMENTO.
i
LEAVE FKOM OCT. 18, 1885. ARKITS
(FOB) (FP.OM)
T-.'jo \. Caiiitoga and Napa 7^15 p
•2*o P. ' " " «liaB a.
1J: 1 )") p. Col fax 10:20 a.
10:30 a. Delia <fc Portland, via Paris 3:!5 p.
! a. Tehama, via ChlOO T*IISO p.
7M P. KnlghU Landing 7K)5 a.
•'y.lb p. /Molave, Demiug.V Kxpr"! *9:ou a.
»5:15 p lE] Paao and Ea^t J ilmgfi *J:00 a
~w> p. f Ogden and East >Exnrem 7flo \
7 35.P. 1 ' /Fmijrn't ?:•» \.
P. Hod Bluff, via Mf.rysville.... 10:1=1 a.
a. in Francisco, viaßouicia.. 8.00 p,
7:-"0 A.. " - < • v 7:05 p
i ?:. r >o P- " ■■ " . 1136 A.
! ■ >-. " " . "Livcrmon- 220 p.
• A.j " " " Heatner... *6M •.
!i: .;•• .v. . — j; >i Jose •2::'<t p.
11:83 a. Stockton and Oalt 2-20 p
*'>:!5 P- " " " *9VQ A.
•1!:j) a. Tuiare and Fresno
7:20 a. Vuiiejo *ll : j5 a.
2:50 P. " f"*s p.
S. and P. R. K.
•■.■■> a. f KolKini, Latroheand \ *1:55 p.
' ";"' "• \ Bhingle Springs / «10:-»() a.
a. For Mornirg. p. For Afternoon.
* Sunday-; excepted. t Sundays only.
V* Freignt and \oeoroni' iln'ion Trains.
A. N. TOWNE, General Manager.
T. H. Goobma>-, Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent
I JyMf
j OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
FOR HONOLULU.
mHK BFUtSmS KEW S,'>X»- _ _.
J. Ton H-.cAii-.ihij-'ivrill leave the
Company's '.VJiarr, coru^r Steurrtt*' Tt,'3£_t2»
ami H«.rrt?«)i! strfft« at '< p. m.' "^*¥«?J*^S>"
AI.AM-RHA. ...TiH"I;>IIAY. NOVEMBER iith
9L<VBII'OSA MONDAY. DECEMBER 2d
Freight, 85 Per Ton.
**-Excursiou Ti'.kc-ts at Rednrcl Rates. Foi
rasfiixe r>r fprther Dartieuiarf. apply to J. D.
BPRECKEL.-: & 8R03., Agenw, Sir: Market street,
corner Fremont. o]S-tf
EBNER BROS.,
j rMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALEKB IN
j i- WINES AXI) LIQrOKS,
I 116 and 118 X St., bet. Front and Hecond, Sac
A6KNTB FOE THK CELKTSRATED
j POMJfTEBY AND OKENO fUAMPAG.VI,
j 025-lplm
I NEUBOURG^& LAGES,
Star Mills and Malt rouse.
HOPS, MALT, PRODUCE, GR._"N, FEED
and Brewers' Supplies.
1016, 1018, 1030 rifth st., Surramento.
■ *&~ Ezchuuge Sold on all the Principal Cities
; of Europe. nl-lptf
lANHEDSER ST. LODIS
BEER,
OS DP.AUSHT, AT
GRUHLER'S SALOON,
Ho.rri'* J street. ;000-lTlnil 3acrann»Tito
Blocks Ninth and Tenth, W and T streets
SACRAMENTO, CAL,
•9- TEiiPnoSB So. 155. 016-4p '
SACRAMENTO, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1885.
CHANGED DAILY FOB C. H. OILMA>-XOYEMBER 13, 1885.
§ir TO-MORROW (SATURDAY'S) SALE!
Special and attractive lots will
be offered. Rare values that have
come in this week will be placed
for the first time on sale To-mor
row. SATURDAY'S SALES are
becoming very popular, as we have
so many good things to show, and
at such remarkably low prices.
Having an Agent in the market con
tinually is an advantage to us in
securing many lines of goods under
the Manufacturers' prices. All Job
Lots received this week will be in
SATURDAY'S SALE. Partial List in
To-morrow's "RECORD-UNION."
EACH DAY BRINGS US
NEW NOVELTIES IN NEW STYLES IN
Ladies' Neckwear, Dress Buttons,
Handkerchiefs, Ladies' Jackets,
GI oyes Ladies' Muffs,
Toilet Articles, fff P *ft „ t
t> w a n 1.1. lidUicS rdllllti S odllll dial
Ruchings, Ribbons. Clotll SkirlSj
Etc., etc. Fine Hosiery, etc.
Our Millinery Department
Is overflowing with all the Rich Novelties in Eat Trimmings, Ornaments,
Plumes, Feathers and New Shapes. Our Millinery Goods are sold from
15 to 30 Per Cent. Under the Usual Price.
Next week we shall have the largest sale of
Clothing ever inaugurated in Sacramento. The
entire stock of a large firm (bought at less than
fifty cents on the dollar), amounting to over ten
thousand dollars, will be in this sale. Goods now
being received.

IR/EID HOUSE,
No 3. 714 and 716 J strset. and 713 and 715 Oak Avenue. Sacramento
MOSEY TO LOAN.
M O iNEY~ "TO~~LQ A N
ON REAL ESTATE AND LOAN 3 NEGO
tiatetl by P. BOHL, 3'is .1 street. aulS-tf
Money Jo Loan!
Swrootsor c*?
KKAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Jfo. 101.T Fourth st.. ..'nli-tfl... Sacramento.
UXDKBTAKEBB.
11l him i mi mii in lIH.I.IJUI.JJ..LI , t
1. FBAMK CLABK, \
Vfr.~,tf Uoroatir and Vndertßkvr,
I Ka. KM Fourth street, between J and S.— 7
I 4" lw '- r* ob hand the ciort complete ■*»!■** «r ■ /
3 On<;.-:-.*i;iig Gooda on the coast. Couctr* »
a oroere, day or night, will rocaire pro«ju» tit-
I Uuti>>n. Telephone Number, iat. js4pln j
r^aaii<mu; J a>rT«j<y.ii.miMiji,war}a»i3a. .
1 j. kTTan'l'u c^ I ,' **!
CKIJERTAKF.K,
gSIS J «)*<■'., be".. P'llh and SLrth. Alir»yj oaS
ghind a larj» oesnTtiDent of Metallic s-r.rtj;
6^'ooden Ca.itst«, Bur<«i C&aw, (Coffins trdg
I blood* (bmlsbed. t'-ilfiD orders will rc^lvei
Xprompt attent',o3 on Rhon notice and at tt«|
Bowenratea. USce Qf*c_/^l_y^ ir
.''^■■■■■■■■fciP'.'i ■■' j. i .-A..", .a.". 1 in. _jLaaaei
REEVES & LOU CJ,
ICNI> JE XT AKK RS,
No. 609 J st.. hut. Bixth and Seventh fn<;rtii
I Bide), have' on haul a complete Jstock of
I Cofflrs and rackets, with Triiamisn to
I match. Everything new. Ai?r., aFiaemock
of Shrouds and Unfits of the laton designs.
I Ordiirsatten'.'ed to prompiiy.day or night. oS
—ri hut — riTTTT*""*"~ — — f^n^p^^
— — — — IMhlii H M " -
PBITZ & MILLER,
UNSKRTAKKRS,
Offlos to Odd Folldwh" T«mp!«, Minlia »*,-! i
X areetj. CompleX? stock oft i'nderni&ia' 2
Goods constantly on hand. CTtj^ad c->«n- |
try orders promptly att«nde* w, uoy or <
ftlsht, at reasonable ; r*-*. i/l
J. F. HILL,
Nog. 1301 to 1323 J Btreet, SacrsmeDto.
MANTTFACTUR^R^ OF ML
Carrißge?, Buggies, Ei-/JWJ l ffii
press, Thornnghbraee andWfcf vF^*7^sa»_
Quart* Wagniiß. Dealer in Oak. "^
Ash and Hickory Lumber; Hubs, Spokes, Fed
lies, Bows, Rims. Shafts and Polep. Man'.ifact
orer of the "LI3HTNIN?" HAY PRESB. Send
foi f-.talnenpi 022-lt>t'
WATERHOUSE & LESTER,
— — rMPOBTRBS OP
ASI) CAKRIAQK TRIMMTKO3,
709, 711,713 sail 71S J Streat, Saimnifnto.
Sos. 16 to 22 Beale Street .gau FraneUco
So. 1-9 ?ront wtrret tnl-t.fi... New York
O'NEAL & SON,
/ lit a'ors in all kir.ds of
Wooa and CJ <=> rx 1 .
Sccoml Street, between 1, and M.
rAKKINO TH« I'CRI.IC FOR PASTFA
•■■:-.« i ■ so ii it a continuance. Woo*? and
Cba] st the lowest prices. Remember %v; givu
full weight md measure. oni-iplm
JAMES McCAW'S~
Wood tSs Coa.l Yard, |
518 1. street, between Fifth and Sixth.
THE CHEAPEST IN TOWN. ANY KIND OR
ciuantity of Woud, Cual, Coke, rimrcoal or
Kindling at the lowest prices, wviiington.
Seattle, line t'oals a specialty. Weights and
meaMires tiuaranteed.
ii's-iplni JAS. McCAW, Proprietor.
DANCING TEACHER.
T)ARTIES DrSIRING TO FORM PRI- *•»
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Washington, November 12th. — Second
Assistant Postmaster-General Knolt has
submitted to the Postmaster-General his
report of the operations of his bureau dur
ing the post fiscal year. Il appears that
in oosl i r mail transportation forth.
year ending June 3o, 1885, was for l^.:;7l
star rout' ing 232,222 toilea in
length, $5,454,844; for mail messenger
service, supplying 3, , $876,218;
for 1 1 ' i sti amboat rou ■ ng ! 1,997
inih-a in lei l 62J rail
road rout a rgregating 1.21,032 miles in
length, as a ijus ed to Septemh t •;■>. 1865,
3,495; for railroad poawiiHce ca
: ■ 183— making a total at -
008. A- i the cost for Ibe
yi ar ends i Jane 30, 1884, there is shown to
be an increase for star service ol 842 routes,
5,443 aiii'.'s in length and 134, (53 in ca ■
for the mail messenger ■,'.'■•.■. an increase
of 10 offices and of $15,904 i;i the :
cost; for steamboat service, a decrease of
• ■ >ute "!' 3,09-1 niilea in length, and
$33,571 in annual cost ; f>r railroad sen ice,
and increase oi 48 rentes if 3, 72 miles in
h, and of $1,615,380 in annual coat.
The sura estimated as necessary lor the
!-;:ir service f"r the next fiscal year ;s
$5,850,000, slightly less than the appropria
tion for the current year.
General Rnmn Defends His Military
Recurtl.
Washikgtost, November 12th. — Genera]
Rauru has written ihe following I tter to
the Second Comptroller, who recently dis
allowed an item of $290 in the General's
accou: :
[gee It stated in a morning paper that you
have rendered a decision to the effect that [am
h ■..; mdi bted !■> the United States Bit an
amount alleged to have been overpaid me as
Brigadier-General of the (Jolted States Volun
teers, and that the decision i • l • i? — l upon the
supposition that 1 was :ilj.-:-:it from my com
mand without leave during a portion or all of
the tnenlhof March, 1865. 1 beg to say that at
the time I was granted the leave of absence I
rforming service - commander of the
Second Brigade, Third Division, under General
Sherman, when I came north 1 reported to
Hon. K. M. Btanton, Secretary of War, r..r
ordel>, >o ;i^ I ■ » lie aide lo return to >.ii<l
command wilhln the time limited !<y nry teayi
in' absence, as General Sherman ra then on his
South Carolina campaign. The Secretary of
War directed that I wail at my home for orders,
and that he would promptly give me a Den
assignment us Brigadier-General. This now in-
Btrnctton was B v* rt>ul one. but was acted upon
))>• me in perfect confidence aa ;■> ii> validity. Aa
soon as I received orders I reported to General
Hancock at Winchester, Va., and was immedi
ately utigned a command. It never entered
my mind that I was iv the least derelict in duty,
or absented myself from the service without au
thority. 1 fee) a jireat pride in the honorable
record of service made by me daring the war,
and 1 am onwllUng to lie under an imputation
of misconduct. I respectfully request a reopen
ing ol your decision.
Missing Chinamen.
Wabhibgtos, November 12th. — The Col
lector ol Customs at San Francisco in forms
the Treasury Department that a number of
Chinese laborers who balded at New York
in June lust in transit to Sun Francisco,
where they were to take the steamer for
China, have not been heard from since
their arrival in New York, and the sup
position is that they are concealed in this
country, and have no intention of leaving.
It is s:iid at the Navy Department that
there are no available means which can
be used to trace them.
Capital Notes.
WaBBISOTOS, November 12th. —The
President to-day appointed George \\\
<>lick Pension Agent at Topeka, Kansas.
The Postmaster-General to-day appointed
the following fourth-class Postmasters:
Wyoming, Sheridan, Benjamin F. Perkins;
Buelah, Elizabeth A. Sherwood, Arizona,
Camo Hitachnca, 1 *liil li t > 1". Crovat.
The Japanese Postal Commission, accom
panied by the Japanese Minister, called ;it
the Postoffice Department to-day. Post
master General Vilas being absent, the dis
tinguished visitors were received by Fire!
Assistant Postmaster-General Stevens, who
explained to them the American postal
system, and escorted them through the
various offices of the Department.
The President to-day made the following
appointments in die Navy: John .1.
Hunker, Lieutenant Commander; Milton
K. Schwenk, Lieutenant, junior grade.
The President to-day appointed Fred
erick F. Mansfield, ol Texas, Secretary of
Legation at Japan.
In his annual report, Superintendent
Mac Donald, of the Money-order Bureau,
says the gross amount oi iocs re
ceived by Postmasters from the public for
the issue of domestic money orders was
$920,930.
The Civil Service Commission to-day di
rected the Board of Examiners at New
York lo certificate to the ' tollector, in case
of examination for weighers, the whole
number at once of th« ■ found eligible for
appointment — s.nne thirty person:
ing the disabled soldiers first, in the order
of their grades.
The Court-martial at Port Myer, which
tried eighteen s ; v :, i] Service men on
charges of insub irdinatii n, foun 1 all
guilty, and sentenced them to be publicly
reprimanded by the Chief Signal < >:.:
Secretary Bayard bas requested Si en I ry
Whitney to scud o man-of-war to the
Samoon Islands, for the nnrj c of open- j
ing up communication with that Go
'1 be inhabitants are ' -hristiuns, !
mostly Presbyterians. The country i;
protection of the United States.
The S<;i!il\>r(i (Tnlverslty.
Philadelphia, November 12th.
lias an c litorial on 8< ;■ itor I in
ford's muniticenl University endowment,
in which it nays : "It is more than double
the Girard College endowment and aa i I
terprise of such enormous proportions c m
not fail t" profoundly impress the many
circles of intellectual life. Especially will
it influence the growth >>f culture on the
Pacific coast, giving, unless the plans m
tally miscarry, that new land a m ire equal
relation to the K.i^t than it has, nr than in |
the natural course of events il could secure i
in many years. This more than princely
endowment will give an income sufficient
to support mi institutio.n of the grade of
Harvard, independent of fees from -ui
dents. it may piove nothing but a dream,
but enthusiasm over the picture is as ex
cusableas it is irresistible. Uneof the surest
pledges of success is the fact that the l"ni
vei-i;y is to be largely devoted to technical '■
education."
New York Chinese Merchants and Pre.i
diMit Cleveland.
Nk'.v York. November Utb.— The Clii
nesc merchants of this city have sent to
In siflent Cleveland the following address :
Ta Bl» £xrettrncy, tin Hot. Qroter Cleettand,
Prtgid nt of V.i I-,:', l States o/ Am.- iim : .V ;l
meeting of Chinese merchants of this city. h. M
on November 10, 1885, the following resolutkins
were unanimously adopted :
Alter the inu-jy ontragei that have been enrn
mitted upon our fetlow-coimtrymen in lawless
districts by desperate, ignorant a:»l i\ leked
ni'ii, it gives ii- the Chinese merchants of ffew
lorkj Eteat and unspeakable pleasure to learn
that ti:e President nt 'he United States and
the American people hag issued an official
proclamation to protect our people, redn
wrongs done to the Injured, punish the malt '
factors, and prevent, by hi* great power, the
repetition of the actions which have can
much ruffisriug and death. We '
prtss oor gratttnde and to thank thi
for hts rigbteous coune, his courage and :
IjUiUce. we assure him that he has i
our admiration and veneration tor his ft
i irisdom, aad '.ur respect and oh ll
encc to all his laws. We also a-^ure him n
BpecttuUy that oa> eountrymec in the L'nited
State* endeavor to be good, peaeefol, honest '
and law-obidtng eitlzena, and that they :ire al
r to Bupuuil the
ii:.l ~o promote (hut prosperity and \«.-t'.r<- which
are at dear to them a* to ihe. great office
writers of this land. We instruct m:r ~cri!»-s to
Interpret thb into K.i^lish and I
Mine, with all expressions of our &
and veneration, te hi:. Excellency, the Presi
dent.
• •iveu a; our Municipal Chambers, the filll>
day of the Ninth of Moaa or the Eleventh Year
of the reigu of the E^aperoi Ewong Baey.
Central American Tripartite Conv«nti<m. |
Nkw York, li'th.— The B
Ml: Although the Tripartite Convention |
between Han Salvador, Ouatemala and
Honduras was signed over a month :-. •. a
copy has not been in possession of the'<.'•.n
sul of either republics hers uutil yesterday,
nhen a prominent Sal vadorian Qcaenl lust
arrived (avntbcm the cont.oati. He repartl
that it is an extraordinary document,
which is likely to agitate the people oi
those countries. " It provides for an alliance,
offensive and defensive, and its provisions
seek toVegnlate the internal nllairs of the
three countries. In his opinion it will
greatly retard the scheme of confederation
proposed for the thnv republics named;
also of Oosta. Rica and Nicaragua. Among
other things, it provides for a uniform law
regulating civil marriages, and provides
that in the event of internal disturbances
in any one of the threecountrii s, ■,:..■ troops
of the other two arc to be brought in to
quell them. Should any attempt be made
.■y ihis out, il could nut fail, ii is said,
■ ite more trouble, if not kindle revo
lution. The alliance has yet to be ratified
by l::; assembly of each republic.
Disastrous Railroad Accident.
l'ni-r: bg, November 12cb.— A frightful
■■> ■•••'. occurred at the Blue stone quarry
on the Baltimore and Ohio Railway a; 7
o'clock this morning. Train No. 12,
through express from Baltimore to Pitts
burg, consisting of a sleeper, two co
two baggage and one express ear, ran into
a misplaced switch and was completely
wrecked. The sleeper rolled over :!.ccni
bankmenl into the Youghiozb ny river.
The other cars were upset and the whole
train detached. from the engine. Sixteen
is were injured, but none were killed
outright. The names of the injured .:r.':
C. ! . I ■■■!'•. member of Congress from
Fayette District; John Dowling, Collector
.■•;' [menial Revenue for the Twenty-third ]
District; J. N. Jill legal agent
Baltimore a;..! ' >::' >< lompai y : )'.. ii. : .' -
of Internal Revenue lor toe
Twenty-second District, and thirteen other
m people. None of the wounded are
believed to 1 . ly injured, unless
it is Congressman Boyle, whose condition
i:- believed : > be serious.
ISECOND DBPATCH.I
PrrrsßCEc, n ■ 12th.— Conj
man Boyle, thou.rit \ ly hurl in
the wr< :k near Connellsville this morning,
will probably recover. He was taken t>>
his home at (Tniontown. O. Vanmoter, •■:'
this city, by heroic action, saved the car
ii'.ni taking tire and perhaps some i
Bers from death. When the train ji
the track lie grabbed the stove with a
death-like grip, and held on until the car
stopped a: the fool of the embankment.
He then let go, to find the flesh burnt off
both bands and arms.
TUe Grant Monument— "What Say You,
Johnny Kobs •;■•
1. i [stills (Kv.), November 12th.— The
/• ,' Times, ot' lliis city, contains the I
following novel editorial proposition this!
afternoon: "Seeing that the people for
whom he fought have virtually refused to
erect a monument to the memory of Grant,
suppose the South, against whom he
fought only to be her friend and pro- 1
tecior in her hnwrirf vi.i! and : oreat needs, :
put her hand in her pu c ami cuuixibutcj
money to build a pilq > file meni'dry of]
the hero whose bosom tntained a heart
that felt for her woe The Timu will :
freely contribute to A h a fund. Lefs
hear from the boy:; whi rorcthe gray, and
if the thing is feasible, t >n let's take steps
to suit probably on it . What say you,
•Johnny Ilebs'.' 1
Dr. Xewmaa • t (Srant.
Baltimore, Novemi t 12th. — Rev. Dr.
John I*. Newman lecture to-night on "The
Cafe and Services of Uc era! Urant." He
spoke in the highest teji 3 of the patriot
ism and philanthropy >C General Grant.
ami defended him froir L.- charge nf being
a blockhead at college. le stooG No. 2.1 in'
his class, but his aver«j was reduced by
demerits given becaus.; of carelessness iii
the polish of his shoes .ud burnishing of;
his buttons. In com pa ing Grant to Me j
Clellan, the reverend le hirer said that ifj
he had a city to capture ,c would select a
Qrant, but if he had oi i- to defend, a Mc-
Clellan would be clio pn. Henry Ward
Beecher was untnerpifu .- scored for mak
ing the assertion that tf r General Grant's
return from Europe he Ixindoned himself
to wild speculation.
The Silver J lestlou.
New Yot:k, NovemVe 12th.— Ex-Senator
Hill, of Colorado, hns en invited to ad
dress the Commercial Club, r.i I'rovidenoe, I
on the silver question. He said this after- i
noon: "If we do not maintain the price
of silver, and use it as currency, then will
be a large contraction in the volume of
money, and a very disastrous falling oil' in
prices generally. The production of gold is
decreasing. We are vow drawing largely
upon the gold money of the world to obtain
a sufficient quantity for manufacture. 1
believe that when the silver question comes
up in Congress a majority will be found in
favor of continuing the coinage. '
Nkw York, November 12th. — The Hoard
of Trade and Transportation recently sent
out 50,000 circulars to merchants through
out the country, asking the prevailing
opinion in the various localities as to the
advisability of continuing th*- compulsory
-■<■ of the Bilvei d...!!.ir. A large num
bei of replies ars published in an evening!
from representative business men
thrnughoutthe country. The majority ol
those published condemn further coinage.
The Honta a Mint.
St. Paul (Minn.-. November 12th. — A
Helena (Mont | special to the Pion or Pta»
stn 9 : Sprttilla Broder, of Indianapolis, the
Vssayer, to >ie possession of the Mint
to-day, succeeding Russell B. Harrison,
who resigned some tin
<■■: r.'ay 1,500 ounces oi ..'■!>! was rec ived
at the office— all from this Territory.
!"r<ii>i>se<l Xprv Ocean Steamship Line.
Hunteb's Point (L. 1. 1, Novemb< r 12th.—
i he project for the i stablishment ol a line ;
t ocean steamers between FortPendi
Bay, L. i . and v point on the west coast of
Ireland, i> being actively pushed bj
| ■iint Corbin and the Directors of the Long
■i [lailway. Plnns are being pn
fur a number of steamers of 7
ich. A petition has al
bei n prepared, which is intended to be pre
asking for a subsidy for cam ii
mails. It is pn c the line I
y an American one in c very r<
the vessels to be constructed in American
; yards.
Brighton Beach Races.
BmeHToa Reai b, November 12th.— The
atten lance was I irgc ai d the weather line
to-day. Three-quarters of a mile, for
ns of all ages : Theresa wen, King
I Kobin second, Richard third. Time, 1:17 J.
1 S'.'vi o-eighths of a mile: Jacobus won, Non
■ age 3 cond, Comman Ii r third. Time. 1 37j.
i Mile and an eighth: Jennings won, Endy
mion second, John Sullivan third. Time,
l:"),;. Mile and a half: Tenstrike won,
Taxgatberer second, Punka third. Time.
2.:;.-';. Mile, for all agi • ; Jim Douglas
won. ('hoctnw mjcoiul. I.iinan third. 1 ime
1:43.
A C'HifosHPd r»filrdt*rer.
Obleaks, November U:h. — In an
interview, ex-Recorder Thomas <i. Ford,
now in the penitentiary, c mf esses thai be,
and not his brother, "Pat" Ford, killed
police captain Murphy. Keferring to his
brother's confession, Ford said: "Pat, on
!■!- trial, acknowledged the killing, be
cause ho saw what a bitter feelin
was against him." Ford said be made the
confession because the Board ol Pardons
bad refused to commute the death sen
tence of "I'ar and Murphy. He said
Murphy knew nothing of the affair, and
was not armed at the time. Concluding, be
s.iid : "If they hang me or my brother, it
will be judicial murder.' 1
The Pojie'x Letter.
N'tu York. November 12th. — The Pope's
' recent encyclical letter is exciting ranch
'attention, and among Catholics is the
I theme of lively discussion, particularly
I that part of it which exhorts Catholics to
["devote carefol attention to publicmat
terg, to iake active pait in all mun
; aii'.iir-: and elections, and to make
nts in daily polit
i ical life." Th< priest of St. Xa.vier't I
lege, Bey. W. Mnrphy, pronouncea it tbe
production of a Christian statesman.
r Ducey, of the Church of St. Leo,
■ It s;rikes me as being peculiarly
1 :i]">t and adapted to "ur Burroundtngs.
ItVv. I'r. McGlynn, of St. Stephen's, says :
; " It marks a new departure, and La of very
! Kreat importance. It will furni
f.r several sermons next Bunday, ktereand
in Brooklyn.'
Triple TeTim Trjigerf.v.
Pas Antonio. Koremhei 13th.— Hews
was received to-day of a triple tragedy on
, Verdo creek, Bandera county, VTedn
levelling. A young farmer" named Back
. Bryant suspected two Germans, August
Rheinhardt and Christian Bckert, ol steal
' ing a hog. Bryant went to their house,
led them of the theft, and wa
upon. Fleeing toward homo Bryant was
pursued by RiK&bordl and Kck-ft, one of
WHOLE NO. 10,785.
whom shot and mortally wounded him.
The father of Bryant, hearing his son call,
ran out and shot and killed both of his
pursuers.
liruiii,. ■.• - at the Soldiers' Home.
WAsniNt;To.\, November 12th.— There has
heen.says the report of the managers of the
Boldi snr H >a»e, a great increase in drunk
enness among the inmates during the past
year, the cause for which is laid by the
Lrovernor «.)' the Home at t lie door o"f the
existing law for the disposition of the pen
sion money of the inmates. About one
tenth ol'the pensioners assign their pensions
to relative.-. The other nine-tenths, on
whose account more than >li>.(XX) is paid
quarterly to the Treasurer ol the Home,
are permuted, as the law requires, to draw
small sums from time to time, while a larger
proportion remains undrawn so long as they
continue to be inmates of the Home. This
fund, the report says, becomes a good
basis for credit it grog shops, and is a con
temptation to those who are easily
influenced, and in many instances no doubt
ion of th ■ money, which mast
be given up to the pensioner when he is
iraea his sole object in leav
ing the Ho me. in a few days the money
landered, and the Con ■ rs are
asked to admit the destitute old soldier
to the benefits i f the Home. There are
actual cases oi this description now
in the aims house in this city.
... " :, the effect bf
the law, which was^framed and
d< r circumst.inci - whii b i reatcd n tn
hall of the pension d
dier. 'n i to b
i
- will pr . gi- lati m,
j n:;d the O
■of the mi ■■ ts of the Home, to ;ix
a limit to the i anib of admissions for
such cases, and i : , rmit a [
rai."
Oil . n Troubled Water*.
Washej«ton, Kovetuber 12*h. — Corn
er J;::r:ielt. chief of the I!
Office, in his ai i .tvs: The
value of the use of oii tosmoi Ih breaking
seas during gales of wind has
been widely discussed, and the ac
count of different experiences ptib
. monthly on the pilot chart baa
been iro dinglj inter* sting. Many vh i
could not understand how a film
of oil could be efficacious under -urh cir
enmstances, have !>'.-n convinced of ihc
fact thatit is a valuable ::■ istance .lining
heavy gales. The reports ot ship in
who have owed the safety of tl
and cargoes to this agent, have becon
numerous and are too unan
regarded by the most conservative.
The Right Sort of Spirit.
KkwYoek, November 13th — a. m. — The
' i tys : Sidney Dillon, looking over
the contributions to tl i.j to
the Chairman ol the - >i imittee, of which
he liimself is anicmb' r " You i .-.: put me
down lor a thousand," and handed ovtrhts
check for that amount. He expressed the
hope thai many '.tiif-r members, who could
well afford to do so, would follow up his
check with one of their own for a similar
amount. He thought that if a man had
the honor oi being a member, he ought to
put in a stone or two in the proposed
monument
The Oklahoma "iJooiiiers" Again.
Wichita (Kan.), November I3th.— The
Dnily Entile* special from Fort River says:
More " boomers " were yesterday brought
in by the military from the Oklahoma dis
trict. _Iho? (1 pri-o'iers who sign an agree
ment to never agaifl&espag upon Indian
lands are allowed to passVuf?" T?i>— otliera
will lie escorted out by the troops. The
work of an eating the " boomers " is going
I on rapidly.
I i.nu,.! Democratic JoUitiratlon Fropo»ed.
Nf.w York, November 12th. — Tammany
is preparing a grand torch-light celebration
of the recent victory, which promises to
eclipse everything of the kind since the
memorable turnout of firemen to wtlcome
the Prince of Wales. Governor Hill has
promised to be present, likewise as many
members of Congress as can come. Irving
Hall has been invited to participate, but
the County Democracy has been given the
! ool.i shoulder.
The Texas Lnbur Trouble Endeil.
GalykbtoH, Novemberjjli'th. — The report
of the joint committee, representing the
Knights of Labor and the business men of
the city, in the settlement of the strike re
; cently inaugurated here, is accepted by
I both sides, and there is no immediate
danger of further labor troubles in this
city.
llahone Goto*; West.
.- : .. i'Ati. (Minn.), November 12th. — A
Fargo special to the Pioneer fVensays:
Mahoiie. of Virginia, is to locate perma
nently in Red river valley.
Another Submarine Cable.
Ai.imxv in. V.i. November 12th.— A
Certificate of incorporation ol the German-
American T< legraphic Cable Company was
Gli ■! at tin State i iapitol to day.
Bards; Henley 1 * Cttlmnuliip.
New Yobk, November 13th — \. m. — The
! World's Washingl m pecial .-ays: Protesta
I have been received from d . I alifor
■:liil-g i.fl!,. -C .)
si anal i a that State, ';ti - ;..
ground that they were not legally elected.
■ In one case from California, the protest de
thal Barclay Henley, of the First
District, is nor a citizen of the United
In support of this .
the opponents of Henley say that in
1864 he became, by his own petition, a
i. iiuralized < itizen <■! M< sii o, Maxil
signing the document. Subsequently be
returned to California, but did not make
afion lor naturalization. This, his
nts say, ren I i a him still an alien.
They quote, in tli ■. the case
of the Santissinia Trindad, decided
in l^-M by Chief Justice Marshall, li
denies, and claim: that he is a citizen.
When Congress meets, fhe Clerk of the
House will present the papers spe
ab ive, and it will then !»■ in order for
Congress to order an investigation. I'he
developments are looked forward to with
: i nicies!.
S;n:ill Firp in l!i-- « oion Scimtre Theater.
Nkw Yoi;k. November 13th — \. m. — An
alarm of fire was sent out last night. The
last act of "Romeo and Juliet' 1 was in
sb, and a number of attaches <t' ihe
■ ige at the time. Some
of the scenery caught lire from a gas-jet,
bul wa." promptly extinguished. When
the engines rattled up t.i the front of the
theater there was ranch excitement in thu
audience, but it was soon quieted.
MKmiij; Man iiMincl.
Nkw Yobk, November 13th— a. k. — The
il-// / says : The «x-Atturney-Qeneral of
the Slate. Leslie W. Kusaell, yesterday re
ported missing, has been found at the
Grand Onion Hotel. lie is very ill.
New York Stork Market.
Nkw Yobk, November I2tb.— The stock
market opened strong again this morninit,
and there were advances in first prices over
lay's close, ranging from jto pet
a :;;.. although Northwestern. Jersey Cen
tral and Oregon transcontinental were uu
cbangod. The market continued strong
and active until shortly before 11 o'clock,
when it became (feverish and yielded slight
ly, but at 11 o'clock it is active and tirm at
about the be.-t pries of the morning. The
advances during the hour have in no case
exceeded I per cent.
Nkw Yo&k, November 12th. — Central Pa
cific, 48f; Burlington. 136ff ; Morthern I'a
ciiic. 261; Northern Pacific preferred, 67t ;
Northwestern, U3j New York Cen
tral. 1051; Oregon Navigation, 994;
lfail, 57f; St. Louis ami Ban
Francisco. 23] ; Union Pacific -'-' i W«-iis-
ParKo's Exprees, L 1 8; Western Union 78f.
Nkw Yokk. Npyenber 121b. — The stock
market for the past bom- bat ""<> n less
active, becoming more ipiiet as the hour
advanced. Prices have been strong, bo)
the advances have been within '• I pef
cent. At no n the market was moderately
active an I steady.
itkicity I»i!:i'r From Hekt.— By
means of a novel battery in which the well
d phi Domeno i of the passage of
hydrogen gaa tii:\'unh heated platinum
generates t powerful current of elect]
J.A. Kendall, of Sorth Aruiabv, i
■<■:,, to I .-■ c taken a step towanl il i
Auction <rf electric power from tbe oombo*
■ .' coal c,r ntlier fuel witt.mi: tbe < *-
umsive and wasteful biterrention ol ■
Bteatu engine. The worlung of the new
eeserator reonires only a supply «(?
ft] d and a little v/ator, ami 1 lit: in
ventor estimates that a ton «f ooke uaad
in beating i.'it- battery, Inclnding the by
drogen producer, will give at least ttoee
times tbe electrical cnercy 'liat woul-1 bo
fielded i.v tbe same foel in rnmung a
sttu:;\ engnM and dynamo.

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