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SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
DAILY IMO\ SF.niFX-VOL. IV So. 0450.
DAILI KECOBU SEIUEB-VOJL. JL\IU-N0.44M.
SALE BEOS. & CO.
IMMENSE SUCCESS
Iyvl s v i eLb* I w3 jjL^. %jtF 'sal* %jj^ <^y B \jj
OK THE
GREAT REMNANT SALE
Grand Central Depot.
Our run of business during the past week has been extra-
-ordinary. Some of our neighbors feel somewhat irritated by our
success ; in fact, the indications are that the disease is somewhat
'Chronic. v The light skirmishing they ha^e indulged in with regard
to certain merchants, aiming to secure a certain class of trade,
shows considerable virus. The clause reads thus: " The object of
< : Lwm9 merchants is to secure the patronage of the poorer class of
people." ; /■';■ ■■;■
m OUR OPPONENTS HAVE HIT THE NAIL RIGHT ON THE HEAD.
HALE BROS, do (and we emphasize it) aim to secure the patronage of the "Poorer
Class of People," and we may add that our endeavors to secure that portion of the
community are eminently successful. "THE POORER CLASS" DO COME TO OUR
HOUSE, and we do our utmost to make the " Poorer Class feel perfectly at home when
they come to see us, and we feel proud of the confidence reposed in us by " the Poorer
Class of People," and it shall remain a settled purpose with HALE BROS, to continue
■ on cultivating the respect, esteem and confidence of "the Poorer Class of People," and
we are perfectly certain that by so doing, the RICH will take no umbrage ; their educa-
tion and intelligence are far beyond the reach of the taffy of our competitors, and is not
narrowed to the limits of those who passed the slur upon the poor. " The Poorer Class
of the People" do not require and have no use for the commodites the Rich may buy,
hut the Rich do require a thousand articles that "the Poorest of the People" buy, and our
■ experience daring the past sixteen months shows that although our business is largely
with "the Poorer Class of People," yet a considerable portion of our patrons are
wealthy.
One word with regard to the ambition of our competitors to carry out the "Real
Mission of the True Merchant :" We opine that the " Real Mission of the True Mer-
chant" is to make money, and we certainly think (that without gauging the intelligence
of the rich), that the most untutored and unlettered individual in the class designated
by our opponents as the " Poorer Class of the People," know full well (despite the halo
of glory and self-abnegation with which our competitors desire to invest themselves),
that the object of th« " Tree Merchant" is to make money. THE GREAT REMNANT
SALE OF HALE BRO3. FITS IN HERE EXACTLY; it was inaugurated to save
money, if not to make it direct. The fact is, that were the REMNANTS allowed to
remain in our store they would depreciate ; therefore we consider that the first lots is
best. We sell the goods and get the interest of the money turned over, and we need
not refer you to a banker to elucidate the theory.
OUR SUCCESS DURING THE PAST WEEK
HAS BEEN ASTONISHING.
We know that our institution is not perfect— no human institutions are — there i?
one thing on which HALE BROS, do pride themselves, and that is the absolute con-
fidence placed in them, not only by " the Poorer C'la3s of People," but by every section
of the community.
The Result is Satisfactory!
HALE BROS.
PXtOOItZISSIN'G-]
PARTITIONS ARE GIVING WAY, WALLS ARE BEING PULLED DOWN,
OTHER DEPARTMENTS ARE SOON TO BE ADDED, AND WE ARE
LITERALLY COVERING THE GROUND. We have grown from 22x75 to an area
of 0,800 feet, and we are not slow to acknowledge that our success is largely attributable
to "THE POORER CLASS OF PEOPLE," and it is our determination to give "the
Poorer Class of the People" all the advantages compatible with the interests of our
House. We may say, in conclusion, that

flnr Counters and Tallies Are Loaded
With Remnants of Every Description,-
Suitable for Rich or Poor, and our invitation includes all classes— high or low, rich or
poor, learned or illiterate— you will all find a hearty welcome at RALE'S GRAND
CENTRAL DEPOT.
•lust one word and we have done. We do our best to have our employes gentlemen.
We impress upon them the necessity of studious attention and politeness to our patrons,
and should they fail in this respect, we trust that our friends will not visit the sins of
the Clerk on the shoulders of the Firm. If anything is wrong, we will endeavor to
right it. One of the Firm or the Superintendent is constantly on the floor, and will
rectify any misunderstanding that may possibly occur.
FINAI.E!
TO-DAY and for the ensuing week the REMNANTS will
be supplemented with a thousand lots of articles from every
department, at prices that will suit even " the Poorer Class
of the People." Yours very truly,
HALE BROS. & CO.,
Grand Central Depot,
CORNER OF NINTH AND X STREETS.
P. '. -rl\l>il AXD IMETUI !>>: groiiES. Sample* Sfnt Vrtt to Any Part of
.'■■-."-.= - - ■ - the Stale. ■ : ■
SACRAMENTO, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 16, 1881.
MECHANICS' STOSE.
For Advertisement of WEIN-
STOCK & LUBIN, see Eighth
Page. It will he changed daily.
SAN "FRANCISCO CARDS.
SAN FRANCISCO
Business Directory
&HTISTS.
li'iuki nor'li — Mid Phofcosrrapher, Na 1}
Jl'.:.tti.n.rr) street. Established in ISSI.
:■ ARTISTS' MATERIALS, ETC.
Sanborne. 1 all A Co. — Importers and Majiuf
urers of Mirrors, Moldings and Frames, Cbromos,
EnirraviiiL"", Bracket;, Easels, Statnvy am;
Aniats' Materials, No. 567 Market street.
BUSINESS COLLEGES.
IJrnlil'H Rn<tlne«s ('dirge <of the Itrjant A
.~u-.»ttt»i Chain of College*). 12. P. HEALD an'l
¥. C. WOOUBCaT, Proprietors, No. 21 V-«i
sheet, near Ke»rny, S. t'., O»l. Terms— i*o per
quarter, iwyab!c in SO days.
Pacifle BnsinoK Colics?, anil Trlrcraplilr
liHtitute— (Life Scholarship, tor full business
Course. $70). W. E. Chamberlain. Jr., and T A.
ttoblnaoo, Proprietors, No. 320 Post street, oppo-
site Union Square, K. P., Cal. iieud foi Circulars.
CLOTHIBKS, ETC.
J.W.rarmanr (sucoesgortoCannany&Cnwetce
Dutklcr in Shirts and Men's Furnishing Goods,
Shirts made to order a spccia.lt v. No. 25 Ke&ni}
street, between Market and Post.
DENTISTRY.
T. H. Frrsii«>ii. I*. D. ».— Operative and Me-
chanical Dentist (graduate of Baltimore <V>lle|jreot
Dentil .surgery), 31 Kearnv street, near Post.
Tlie only place In this State where the
making and giving of pure ga« is made a specialty
of fn.ra the formula of the Celebrated COL.TON
DENTAL ASSOCIATION. New York, orierinatore
of the u«e of gas for POSITIVELY Extracting
'IV th without pain, is at Nod. 925 and 927 Market
street, abjve Fifth, opposite Mason.
DRY GOODS.
Tbe White Ilou»e-The oldest Dry Goods House
in San Fmneii*.:o. We import direct from the
principal maru in Europe, consequently can sell
lower than any other bouse in tne trade. Country
orders af "n.led to. J. W. Davidson & Co., Nob.
101 and 103 Kearny street. San Francisco.
Komr Kms,, Kirn. 107 to 115 Kearny street, are
now holding their regular Scmi-Annml Hiie. Im-
mense reductions in Si k», Cloaks, Dre«s Goods.
Mourninsr, Domestics, Hosiery, Parasols, Laces
and Notions. Simples on application.
DRUGS, CHEMICALS.
Lanelry A Jtlrhaelv- Wholesale Drugtrists, Im
porters of pure French, English and German drags
Northeast corner Front and Puie streets.
A. F. Itnwntnic «t !>«a- Wholesale Deale
in Dru^'ji-its' and Proprietary Specialties, .No. 14
feecoud street. Grand Hotel Building.
Justin Cntcs.— Pioneer Druicfriat, removed to 722
Montgomery btreet. Country orders solicited.
DIAMOND and WATCH broker.
I'l.rle rinrrls. 221 Keirry St., between Bush and
Batter. Established I SSI.
EDUCATIONAL PUBLICATIONS.
Albert Ijser A €'«.— Publishers " Pacific School
and Home Journal ;" monthly ;$2 per year, in
advance. T>evoted to Educational interests of the
Pacific coast. Official Orsran State Departmen of
Public Instruction. No. b3B Market street.
EDUCATIONAL.
! School or I'r < ll<n). Civil. Morhnnlrnl and
Mining Kn^interin^. Surve>:njr. Drawinc and As.
saying, 21 Pott st. A. Van <\.-,r XaiUen, Principal.
The tirrkrlry (iyntnasium— 1 I !r»<-cln«x
Academical Institution. aßurdii a Classical,
Literary, Scientific or Business Education. For
catalogues or particular*, address JOHN F.
BUKKJS, Superintendent, Berkeley, Cal.
HATS.
H. Jf enssilorffor — Manufacturer and Importer of
Hats and Hat Materials. Wholesale and Retail.
Northeast corner Montgomery and Bush streets,
and 402 Keamy.
flrrrmann, Ihe Hatter No .336 Kearny street,
near Pine. The finest hats at the lowest prices.
Factory : No. 17 Belilen street.
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, ETC.
i Ti.!.ui. fury «V Co. — Importers of Hardware,
iron and Steel. Agents for the Pittsbnri Steel
Works, Northwestern Horse Nail Co.. and South-
Hilton Cutlery Co. Nor. 120 and 122 Front street,
and Nos. 117 and 119 California street.
Will A I'lnrk— lmporting and Manufacturing
Cutlers and Bellhang-ers, No. 7C9 Market street.
3larrn» 1". Ilnwlpy A Co.— lmporters of Hard-
ware and Agricultural Implements, Nos 301, 303,
305, 307 and 309 Market street, San Francisco.
mOM WORKS, BOILER AND MA-
CHINERY MAKERS.
h'HßUlll Boiler Work*— No9. 211 and 216
Bealc street. J. F. Hall, Practical Boilermaker.
Manufactures Marine, Mati nary and Portable
Boilers, and alt kind* of Sheet Iron Works.
METALS, STOVES, RANGES, ETC,
W. W. Montazue A Co.— lmporters of Stoves,
Ranges and Sheet Iron, MHrbl.-ized Mantels,
Grates and Tiles. Manufacturers of Plain,
Japanned and Stamped Tinware. Nog. 110 112,
114, 116 and 118 Battery street.
MILLINERY.
The BniMlbox-Tr.e popular Millinery Establish.
m-.nt. B. B. Hirsch ft Co., No. 748 Market street
Strict attention to or.iors from the interior.
TEA IMPORTERS.
Siegfried A IJn\inlfii»teln— 210 California
strut. P. t». Bsx 2,163.
RESTAURANTS.
Original Italian Ilr»tanrant— No. 619 Clay
ft. Int. Lei<lesdi »rff and San^ome N. Oiamboni,
late Manager of Camp! Restaurant, has taken the
management It will be run in best Italian style.
Swain* Family V-.t.rry and lilntni
Saloon— No. 636 Market street Wedding cakes,
ice cream, oysters, jellies, etc., constantly on hand.
Families supplied.
RUBBER AND OIL GOODS.
Davit A KrlloKj; -I'inneer Manufacturers of Cape
Ann Oiled Clothing, Hats, Covers, etc. Importers
and Deale'S in Rubber Boots and Woolen Goods
No. SI California street.
The Cnlta Prrrha and Bnbber Hannfart>
uring Company — Manufacturers of Kubber Goodt
of every description. Patentees of the celebrated
" Ma'te»e Cross Brand" Carbolized Hose. Corner
First and Market streets. J. W. Taylor, Manager.
Cnndyear Rubnrr Co.— Manufacturers of all
kinds of Rubber Belting, Packing, Hose, Springs,
Boots, Clothing, etc. No. 577 and 579 Mai ket street
STATIONERS, PRINTERS, ETC.
Cooper'K Bonk store— No. 746 Market street.
All kinds of Stationery cheap.
MrtlioilM Book Depository anil National
Temperance Publication Society.— Rev. J. B. Hill, '
Agent. Agency for Stylographic Fountain Pen*
ami Stylographic Copying Books. No. 1041 Market
street, between Sixth and Seventh.
11. K. Irorkrr a Co.— lmporting and Manufact-
uring Stationers, Printers and Lithographers, Noe.
215, 217 and 219 Bush street, above Sansome.
SPRING MATTRESSES.
California spring Manufacturing Com-
pany, A. S. Warner, President. Rot, 147 and 148
New Montgomery street, !>au Francisco, Cal., and
No. 224 First street, Portland, O-egon. Manu-
facturers of the Star Spring Bed Bottom, and all
kinds of Bed and Furniture Springs. Also, deal-
ers in Upholsterers' Tacks, Twine, Webbing,
Curled Hair, Ticking, Mo«, Tow, Excelsior, Bur-
laps, Spring Staples, Bed Lace, Eureka Hair.
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
Wrllman, Perk A Co.— Importers and Whole-
sale Grocers anil Dealers in Tobacco and Cigwi,
Noa. 126 to 132 Market, and No. 23 California
Taber, Barber A Co.— lmporters and Wholesale
Grocers, Nos. 108 and 110 California street. •
SACRAMENTO RECORD-UNION.
Ban Franrltrn Office, Wo. ton Montgomery
street. — A. 11. Macdooald Agent
- WANTED, LOST AMD FOUND.
I i l»erM«-n«!.t« of fire lisw la tits department an
•wrted lor M coats for one time : torso tides for ISO
anti or 7' ttu:3 iHti week.
\»T| A AAA WANTED TO BORROW ,FOR
N?_L"/»"rt"" a term of yeari, on first cl id*
vuiitv rial estate. Alga, 82,000 f r three Tear*/
on 150 aorn Bear this i jr. - Inquire or ai:<ir>. *.<■
iTiiOBKL, Xo. 311 J street, Sacramento.
.-,■■• ■■). : Jyl46(AswltS*
EMF'LCYMENT OFFICE.
WANTED- ALL KINDS HELP, MALE AND
Female. Particular attention paid to Fur-
nishing Hot«>>>, Private Families and Farmers with
Help, free of chir^e to employer*. HOUSTON &
CO., one door south of Fourth and X streets, Sac-
ramento cit». ml 3 lptl
TO LET OB FOE SALE.
Advertisements of lire lines in this department are
alerted for 23 cents for one time ; three times for BO
lents or 75 oenta per week.

FARM FOR SALE.-SELL YOU 80 ACRES Jj-vs
of LAND, with irouj improvements, rv»^*f
*659 cash, if bargained for soon. This ■■ '
chance— tho like are not plenty— is worth having.
Inquire of CARL STROBEL, No. 321 J street. Sacra
roento. .-, - jyl i :it *
(7<OK SALE— THE JMRST TEN VOLUMES OF
" the Encyclopwlii Britannic*, bound in calf and
p£rfec ly new, and will be sold cheap, on acoouat of
party loving '■■" Europe. The Encyd podia Bri-
tannica if* conceded to be the roost perfect dictionary
of art», sciences ami general li-.erature extant. Ad-
dress K. X., thisofflc*. jy9tf
,-> (TAA ACRE-! FOR SALE— CONSIST. «-£> I
4>olM/ Ing of Faming. Fruit, Vine and WIT
Garden Lands, in farms and lots of a size u>^^"
sail purchasers, from twenty ac<ea upwards, lying
from 2} to 5 miles north of Vacaville, Solano county.
Apply at the banking-house of JAMES L. iiNOLIS li,
southwest oorn«r_ of Fourth awl J etreetd, Sacra-
mento. "■ >■' . Je2if
FOR SALE— A. WELL-FLTRMSUEU/^^^.B
JP Cn-wt-ry doiii; a gooil business, Kj£gj^3
with saloon and dwellinir-house. For par-\SJ^^^li :
ticdara address MIW. M. BLASAUP, Nevain City,
Cal. m;i-2m*
f A B ifia: s
FOR SALE.
NOW IS THE TIMK TO LOOK UP THE«^
rlnevards and farms if you want tobnyWW I
one. C»ll on CARL STROHEL, the Land-——
Broker, No. 321 J atrett, SacnmeDto ; you will cet a
full description of the propeity, and the moet dirt- 1
route to «►« it. j»23lptf
FOR SALB-^ BAE n jAIH. j
A FARM OF 1,052 ACRES OF PATENTF.D I
land, Bitjated on tbe stage road in Nft;»a v ' j
county, California ; 125 acres rich, level land.- "'■
under cultivation, now sown to wheat and hay ,
garden, vineyard and orchard, and a C4mfbcta£la
frame dwelling on the premises ; school-houw and
postoffioe in the vicinity ; climate unsurpassed. j
Title perfect. Teiiix easy, and possession (riven
when required. For particulars CHit on or adJrm
CADWAi-ADER ft I'AKSOAS, Keal BrtataAgenla,
corner Third a«d J strfeTf, Stto^rporito. ]y2-lpirn
SEE ."HE COMET I
\ GENUINE SOLOMON'S TELESCOPE, EQUAL
J\_ to thowing all the chief Planet?, their moon*. I
rings, ttc , «nd the nne eus the comet clearly, sun I
spots, moon mountains, etc., with tcrrestial and I
celestial triages, sun irlais, etc., for tale verr cheap
at PALL'S, if applied for soon. je2Stf
BREWERY FOB SALE.
THE FOR YEARS WELL-KNOWN/^Sa.
St. i.tiuis Brr«cr.v, i .\_-\j
Situated on corner of Sixth and U iitrcetH.MHH^K
in the city of Sacramento, i.«, 00 account of the I
death of the proprietor, for sale cheap. Inquire of I
P. BOUL. 325 .1 street. Je2o-tf
DENTISTBY.
W. O. TUB All KILL, U. D. «.,
m DENTIST. SST**
TOS' 1 ! !** - * i
OFFICE AND DENTAL DEPOT:
U.MOMC TKMiI.",
fitcramciito, California. I
jy!s-tf XT " Dh.tt*i. Jairi-s" Omen, la j8.C.l
11. 11. rir^JSUV,
DENTIST, 415 J STREET, BETWEEN*"***
%J Fourth and Fifth, Sacramento Atti-'#>?fVs9
filial Teeth inserted on Gold, Vulcanite and all bases.
N" troug Oxlle or Laughing? Gas administered for the j
painless extraction r.f Teeth. jyl4-lm
m. ii. Ktßt:, d. v. »..
DENTIST, NO. 605 J STREET, BE-C»P£»
tween Sixth and Seventh, Sacramento. iffiSß
. JyllOplm
vr. WOOD,
DENTIST.— TO QUINN"S*ESS?» I
Buiidinjr. corner F-urth and J streets).^^tß
Artificial Teeth inserted on all bases, In. proved 1
Liquid Nitrous Oxide Gas, for the Pair.lew hxtrac-
tion of Teeth. jeJ4-tf
OLOCKSrJEWELRY I
J. ft. IiLIXE.
,'L»te with Wachhorst, and successor to Floberg.) I
YTTTATCUMAKER AND JEWELER, -_
V V No. 60 J street, between Second and VE?X
fh.rd. Dealer in Watches, Clock?, Silver- £-/ * I
rare, Jewelry, etc. Repairing in all ittt-Si^aiS
-.rr.adies a specialty, under MR. FLOBEKG.
iy3-lplm
WIIJLIA.M R. 3ULLEK
(Late with Flobcrg),
628 J STREET, NEAR SEVENTH, _»-,
\ Watchmaker and Jeweler. Importer Cmv
tod Dealer In Watches, Suvera^re, Jewelry, jL-i *« |
itc. Repairing a specialty, under Robert (j&i&Jl
4irf h. Ail country orders promptly attended to. j
' '■-. 'eBI-lcU
oicraiM ■■& SOI,
No. 830 J Street Sacramento.
WAMROOStt
No. 28 Dupont street - - San Francisco,
L. K. HAMMER,
SOLE AGENT FOB THE PACIFIC COAST.
Pianos gold on Installments, If desired, and lot
rent Old instruments taken in exchange for new.
Order* for timing carefully attended to. fnSO-lplm
SWEET & ALSIP.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS
Notary Public and Commissioner of Deeds.
Real Estate Bought and Sold on Commission.
tig- Houses rented and rents collected. lea
Ac™ for the following Insurance Companies :
IMPERIAL .....,.'. of London
LONDON ;..-....... of Londo
NORTHEhN.......; ..;...-.. of London
QUEEN....;...... ...........of Liverpool
NORTH BRITISH akd MERCANTILE {
.ETNA ............. of Hartford, Com
' AgcrecMft t'apltal. «.vi.;i«,i.m.
tW No. ■." Fourth street, between J and X, Sa<
ramento, corner of the alley 'Je23lptf
j. A Q. GRIFFITHS'
J3f\ GRANITE WORE
gsrayL^ FEBTBTH cax.
Sfßkjß I rrrm best VARIETY ASI
' ■■••■■ll^ L Lanrert Quarries on th«
Pacific C»st. . Polished Granite Monuments, Tomb
•ton »i id Tablet! made to order, :••-•
stones, etc. ' Uranllr BnlMlnß Stone
t.-u liri»wed and Polished to order dll-lpS
TELEGRAPHIC.
SPECIAL TO THE RECORDCNION
OH THE HIGH SOAD TO EEOOYEBY.
| The President Enjoys a Good Night's Rest,
and :.; Bri r h; and Cheerful.
PROGRESS OF THE MURDER TRiAL AT SHASTA.
Disastrous Conflagration in a Pennsyl
vania Town.
PBENCMESAL FISH 3HOWSES IN OREGON.
I »-«r Ele Etc.
ini'iiMi; hews.
The Prntlrtmk
Executive Mansion, WASHINGTON. July I
15tii— 7 A. M.— Dr. Ulits reports this morning i
tint the President ep joyed a (food night's rent I
and that he looks bright and feels cheerful. j
Mi- temperature at this hour, he thinks, is
about normal, and his pulse about 90.
liiiitii-.in. Ihc A*»a»ilii. anil MM. Van
1011, Ibe Lady l.>.:i> -t list.
New Yobk, July 15th.— The Sun* Mil
waukee special says : A recent Washington I
dispatch, to tlie effect that Guitteau based i
his hopes of marrying a rich widow upon the ]
securement of a Government appointment, j
hag ciused much talk in this city. While
conducting revival meetings here Uit June, |
Mrs. Sarah Van Cott exhibited several let- i
ters written her by Uuitteau, prefacing tl« |
act with a statement, in substance, that Guit- '
teau was f<iriafrly an infid«l who had been '
converted through her elf oils, and th.it sines I
bis conversion he was the smartest i
and mint influential young man in
Chicago. • The letter* were neatij tied to- \
gether with perfumed blue ribbon, and were a i
mixture of ambiguous dissertations upon '
things spiritual, rhapsodical referenced to hi*
all-absorbing atfeuti in, profound admiration j
for and inexpressible vratitude to the Uily !
evangelwt, who, he eaid, had saved him. Said
one oi the ladies who was privileged to read
the letttis : " Mrs. Van Cott expressed great I
pride in showing the letters, and seemed
highly to esteem the author." Tne lady cays '
that she knowa that Mrs. Van Cott is the
wealthy widow that the crack-brained fellow j
thought he could marry.
DUanlrous I'onHacratlon.
Bradford (Pa.), July l »'h— a. m— A f
tire broke out about 2 o'clock this morning, )
which is already burning in ten bubineu3 i
house?, and hog communicated to the JS'iculiet '
Hotel, Oiled with guests. The loss will be at ;
least 8100,000. ___^
FOR KICV
BriU»U Fair Play.
_ New York, July 15th.— The Herald's
ijon'ion special cays: Tne Daily Sr;rs 'this
morniog devotee an editorial to a- remark that
the Americans had aim Mt Riven up the idea
of receiving fair play in Fp ;rting interests.
The News c-ndemn? the disgraceful mabbiug
at Birmingham, btttthiokl it rather hard to
make, the conduct of rogUM at a running
match the text tor preaching down fair play.
The Ntv>i c immenta goO'lnaturedJy, auj ad
mita that lieenan wax interfered with when
hs had nearly strangled Sayers, ami doubts |
whether he received fair play in his match '
with King ; but urjres that Iroquoi* was not
mobbed st the DerDy. It must be admitted
frankiy that hotM-tmciog the Aiueiici-.n
vic',rrie3 have receive i a m ■>.■>; courteous au
knowledtrment, bat even the A'iws does not
attempt to excuse the roughs at Birmingham.
PACIFIC COAST.
The Murder Trial at Shasta.
Shasta, July 15 th. — Toe can? of the peo- i
ple vs. \Vest!»ke prwfjitssts rapidly. Seven
witneese^ were sworn and examined on tie
part of the prosecution yesterday, all of whom
were eye- witnesses to the homicide, and all
testified in substance that the defendant and
deceased met on the porch of the hotel im
mediately alter dinner, &nd after a few word*
defendant, in an angry tone, commenced
abusinsr MoCool, ami called him a liar ]
and a — . at the same time placing his
hand on his revolver and '!.:nu_' the deceased
to move ; that deceased said he had a right
to move, and straightened himself up from a
poet against which he had been leaning and
took one or two steps towards the door of
the hotel, when defendant shot him. The
prosecution will probably c!u.-e to-day.
Election of A. O. 1. W. Officers.
Salem (Or.), Julylo'.h.— The following offi- '
cers have heeu elected by the Grand Lode,
Ancient Order United Workmen : W. D.
Hare, of Astoria, G. M.; C. M. Bradahaw,
of Pore Town«end, U. S.j J. K. Goodhne, of
Victoria, G. O.; Robert Nevomb, of Rose- :
hurt;, (jr. It.; I. H. Moores, of .-^i!::;, Grand
Receiver; Harry D. Chapman, of Walla I
Walla, G. G. The Grand L ><i>a adjourned,
(•ending the flection of Grand Watchman.
t\«t a Baleide.
Santa Ana, July 15th.— The report that \
Dr. C. H. Lyle committed suicide by drown- i
ing in the lacuna near this place recently is
denied by reliable eye-witnetsjs cf the affair,
who report that the Doctor was bathing with
his wife and daughter, when a heavy swell
swept him off his feet. The unclettnv
carried him away from the shore and he was
drowned.
Slmwi rm or I 1.-li.
Portland (0..), July 15th. — A lumber
man named Rhodes, living near Westport,
on the Columbia river, baa arrived in town
with a bottle of live fish, averaging an inch
and a half in length, of the euonsh class,
which he got UDder peculiar cucr.-iiitir.ces.
A heavy, dark cloud pasied over hi* cabin, |
and the rain fell in torrent", with a flash if j
lightning and a slight thunder-clap, and a j
shower of fish fell for ten second**. Hi« hoii-e
is far removed from any creek or ewnrnp. On '
the game day, at Astoria, Mr. Ostrander
picked up on the street a fish of a timilar spe
cies, which fell from tht! clouds in a rain
storm.
A Despicable I liii f .
San Jose, July 15:h. — Louis Barnes, the
clerk of 11. Blauer, poultry dealer on First
Street, ha* been arrested for robbing Blanex**
store. Last week quits a lar^e sum of money
was taken from th? drawer during Blauer's
absence, and Barnes said that while in the
yard he had Been a Chinaman enter the store,
go behind the counter, and then go out. On
his complaint Ah Fee was arrested for burg
lary, and but for this development would
have been summarily sent to the State Prison.
Barnes is now positively proved to have
robbed his employer's drawer, and circum
stances clearly indicate that be, and not Ah
Fee, took the money which Ah Fee was ar
rested for.
llcld for Murder.
Nevada Cut, ; July 15th.— Frank John
ston, who shot and killed John A. Noyes at
Quaker Hill, on Saturday evening last, had a
preliminary examination before Justice Rob
innon here yesterday, and was held to answer
without bail. - ' ■ .. M-?.y
Sun Francisco Stork Sale*.
! .' - ; Sak Francisco, July 15, 1881.
IIURKINa MISSION. * ■ ■
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320 Mexican 7|«7« 20 Al ha .. . . . .2 HXa2 55
150 O. ft C. ;......♦ 80 30 Utah...; 64
550 Bent ft Belch lO{ 120B:llion [email protected]
550 California. 75c 90 Challenge ....... ~9oc
y.=S Savage 30*2 9 51" Overman. . . .1 3 (£• 130 I
2008. Hill :...2Cc 10 Bee. Belcher 61
1030 C. Virginia. S 10 635 Union. . 10i-.toi
«50Potosi 2 6V 175 Alt* 3 90<g3 85
255 H.le* N....3 40(33 45 3 0 Julia 45c
7*l Imperial 15cj 20 1 Occidental.. 1 20<gl 25
50 Kentuck 2 50 250 Andes 1 55(<rl 50
190 V. .lacke(...4 65<d4 70 725.Hcnpnn....l [email protected] 2t
100 Justice 9 c 253Benton ....1 05
60 Helon<v 3 [email protected] 10 300. Gat- 280
120 Confidence.. 3 80«3 85' 300 Atlutio 20c
AFTERNOON' gf^*^.
10 E-reka......:... ...31 100 BecJitel ...... .....1 80
1050 Prize [email protected] 200 K. Mt. Diablo 15c
35N Belle ......17i®l7| 100 Summit 25c
100 ArewiU Me 800 Ooortuhaw EJJBo
OOONsvajo .......75c 1030 BUckhawk 15c
lOOStai 40 f25M0n0.........:[email protected] 15
400 Day ....... 1 [email protected] 90 1 00 Addenda. IV
4«! Albion. i 70 475 Noonday OWissc
58-1 Wales 1 [email protected] 370 Noonday... .%'(sJoc
IC'OMt. Diablo. BJ^B 4800r0..... 75iuSnc
260r.ndie... 1 6i 105 Silver K1n»...21J# 0J
SO Manhattan 17l SON. Belle lsie 40c
ITEMS COASTWISE.
The contract for putting up the retort*
house for the Benicia Gas Company will be
I let on Monday and work lie commenced
immediately thereafter.
The sheep men are getting op a petition
to the Board of Supervisors praying that
a reward be placed on coyote scalps, as an
inducement to their destruction as they
are greatly injuring the sheep. — [Ventura
Signal.
Tuesday of last week about 15,000 feet
of good board fenes was destroyed by tire
on the ranch of Mr. King, near Bangor.
The BiDgor folks had to turn out aa:i ex
tinguish the flames, which threatened to
engulf their town.- Ridley Herald.
In Sierra valley, recently, the graesh.op
pers began making for toe grain-fleets,
when th<* frightened raacher3 assembled
on the edge of the grain !and, and with
burning straw,. sticks, stones, rags and o
large ditch, succeeded in repelling the in
vaders. The crops in that section will be
the largest within fifteen years.
On Sunday afternoon last a house used
In Sierra valley, recently, the grassh.->p
s began making for the grain-it ..s.
en th<) frightened ranchers" assembled
the edge of the grain !and. and wirh
ning straw, sticks, stone;, rags and a |
;e ditch, succeeded in repelling the in
lers. The crops in that section will be
largest within fifteen years.
h\ Sunday afternoon last a house used j
wood- chopper?, belonging to , F.
Grimm, on his ranch on North Dibble
creek, rive miles from Red Bin!!, was ■
totally destroyed by fire ; also a set of har
ness, a shotgun and other valuables. I
The total loss was about uninsured. j
■This destruction of property falls heavily I
on Mr. Grimm, as he is a poor man and Lot
able to stand any losses.
Mountain teams are daily seen in town. !
A good deal of trade with our northern ■
neighbors is being conducted by our mer- i
chants at present ; in fact, this being the i
dull season of the year, most of the busi- j
ness at the present time is in this direc
tion, lied Bluff is the natural metropolis
for northern California, and every year j
better evidence is given that the same is I
apparent— [Red Bluff Sentinel.
The AVinnemucca Stiver Mate says- : Two
little girls arrived here on the train t?atur
day, on their way to Austin. A passenger
who seemed to know them left them at the
he \Vianemu<?ca Sir r Staii says-: Two!
6 girls arrived here on the train '»«'ur
on their way to Austin. A passenger
seemed to know them left them at the j
depot and told the conductor that they j
were on their way to their parents at
Austin, but mistook the route and came
here instead of getting off at Battle Mount
ain. The largest of the girls appeared to
be about 10 or 11 years of age, and she
wept bitterly or the train left age, and the
it bitterly as the train left : while thu
younger one, a child about 9 years old, j
laughed at the Indians who were at the I
depot, and seemed to enjoy herself. They
said they were sisters and that they came I
from Pennsylvania, and were on their way !
to Austin, where their relatives reside.
Eugene (Oregon) Journal: Information
has been furnished us of the discovery of !
a vein' of burr rock, near Sweet Home, |
in Linn county, which may prove of value
to its discoverer. The burrs for all the
mills in the Unittd States are brought
from France, but the supply in that coun
try is said to be getting exhausted, and we
believe this is the first discovery of the J
kind ever recorded on this continent. The J
exact location of this ledge is known only
to the discoverer, Stewart Lewis, and one j
or two others, but it is generally supposed
to lie in a northwesterly direction from :
Bald I'eter, and probably some ten or fif- I
teen miles from the postoffice at Sweet |
Home. We are informed that samples of
the rock were sent to San Francisco to be
tested, and proved to be very much m
perior to the French burr. It is farther j
stated that the ledge has been visited by
Portland capitalists, who offered $15,000
for the discoverer^ right thereto. The
offer was refused, but Mr. Lewis agreed to
sell a portion, retaining an interest for
himself. A company has been formed for
the purpose of working the rock, and it
factory for making millstones is sooa to be I
started. Tnere is no limit to the amount of
rock to be obtained.
HOW LONG SHOULD WE SLEEP?
The vital processes of man, like those of
all bit fellow-creatures, are partly con
trolled by automatic tendencies. Some
functions of our internal economy are too
important to be trusted to the caprices of
human volition ; breathing, eating, drink
ing, and even love, are only semi-voluntary
actions ; and during a period varying from
one-fourth to two-fifths of each solar day
the consciou3 activitj of the senses under
goes a complete suspense : the cerebral
workshop is closed for repairs, ami the
abused or exhausted body commits its or
ganism into the healiug hands of Nature.
Under favorable conditions eight hours of
undisturbed bleep would almost suffice to
counteract the physiological mischief of the
sixteen waking hours. During sleep the
organ of consciousness is at rest, and the
energies of the system seem to be concen
trated on the fuuetum of nutrition and the
renewal of the vital energy in general ;
sleep promotes digestion, repairs the waste
of the muscular tissue, favors the process
of cutaneous excretion, and renews the
vigor of the mental faculties. The amount
of sleep required by man is generally pto
portiouate to the waste of vital strength,
whether by muscular exertion, mental
activity (or emotion), or by the process of
rapid assimilation, as during the rirst years
of growth and during the recovery from an
exhausting disease. The weight of a new
born child increases more rapidly than that
of a eupeptic adult, enjoying a liberal diet
after a period of starvation, and, though
an infant is incapable of forming abstract
ideas, we need not doubt that the variety
of new and bewildering impressions must
overtask its little sensorium in a few hours.
Nurslings should therefore he permitted to
sleep to their full satisfaction ; weakly
babies, especially, need sleep more than
food, and it i.-i the safest plan never to dis
turb a child's slumber while the regularity
of his breathing indicates the healthfulness
of his repose ; there is little danger of his
"oversleeping" himself in a moderately
warmed, well- ventilated room. Never
mind about meal- times ; hanger will awaken
him at the right moment, or teach him to
make up for lost time. Three or four nurs
ings in the twenty-four hours are enough.
Dr. C. E. Page, who has made the problem
of infant diet his special study, believes
that fifty. per cent, of the enormous num
ber of children dying under two years of
age are killed by being coaxed to guzzle
till they are hopelessly diseased with fatty
degeneration. — [Dr. Felix L. Oswald.
The Modern Engineer. — At the late
annual banquet at London of the Institu
tion of Civil Engineers, James Russell
Lowell, the American Minister, in propos
ing prosperity to the Institution of Civil
Engineers, said : "I feel that there are
certain relations between engineers and
that general civilization of which literature
and art can also claim their share, which
give me, perhaps, some claim to propose
the toast assigned to me. Katurally, in
some respects I confess I am wanting in
sympathy with some of the achievements
of modern science : yet, with all the world,
I must confess that you are the makers and
the masters of the modirn world, co far as
it is visible, palpable and serviceable to the
rest of the world. * * * I thiuk there
is bo achievement of modern science which
so touches the imagination as that narrow
bridge for thought which engineering skill
has stretched through the profound and
silent stretches of the Atlantic between
this continent and the other. Nothing
touches the imagination more than the
way in which the modern engineer has
realized that dream of the ancient philoso
pher — that the earth was a sentient being.
It has made mankind contemporaries in a
sense in which they were never contempo
raries before."
For Ladies akd Childrbs '.-rummer's Cascam
S&gratia Bitters acts like a charm in coativencs t
bUiousuess, dtsorjertnl itomacb, etc.
DAILY KFl'iHtlt-l Mil v sVKir.S.
VOLE.UK ViU-MUIIiLK ISIS.
THE STATE PRISON.
S«v.enth Day's Proceedings of 'ha
Investigating Committee.
•TESTIMONY OF SHERIFF MEANT.
Warden Asserf .Explains the Statement of
the Sheriff.
|my m nuw*'" to tii» secois-irsitn.)
San 7"kaxi':sco, Jay 15th.— The Com
mission reassembled i* ■ Ban Quanta this
morning. .i- ,
SHE*!«'l' 11*1 'si.
Was swore, and testified tb*' on one occasion
he visited It.v Quenlia to an e*t a prisoner
by the name- of White ; telegn v >ed to the
prism in auvacee to meet l\ • time of the
prisoner* discharge ; lar'tjed on Ihe aorniuff
of said discharge ; air;»t<^ thu v r '" * r in
She vicinity of the CVmr.iij-'My I.*1 .* a 'See ; the
prisoner requested him ta go op .»td sew
S-adgeAmtt, »t the War* n's how*: Judge
Amtt, when the prisoner had bsen »rß«sted.
made itrong objection*, and ifcclared tJIaV had
he Itaown the prisoner would be arreited he
wo-.iW have canceled bis credit, to as to re
move him from the jurisdiction of the oEca'" :
Itioner requested him to go op and MW
3ge An:es, ;.t the WanVii'* hcase: 3
>•-. when the priMovr lad h"n mwtad,
j-i HoM, and &c!ar? d t?S;vV h»d
l(7io-*n t!ie ptiiooac weald be n.-r»ted ha
'.W have r.ineeh-i his erediS", jo as tr- re-
M him from the >iri»diction of the effca' ;
hot ensued ; Warden Anea threat.
to abe the prisoner away by appealing to
the Cojrt ; witness tco!t the prisoner to S*m
Francisco, and by him; to Bmli ?.', to eveapa'
the N^vluuof irhbdou; in too afternocn.
took prisoner to Merced.
THE uedi ■ BWORS.
Judge Ames was next sworn. lie totMtJ
that the prisoner White was a boy ; ho be
lieved is Iris reformation p Sheriff Measy'waa
»n old fr'esd of the family ; when he i K-.in.l
in in t'ao- house en early in the morning he
believed that it was an impeachment - r felt
ended ..t the manner in 'viicii the arrest
bad been r»ade ; wan told by Sheriff Meany
that the original of the warrant ajsinut Whit»
was lost, and that service v* ,t- made by a copy
>f the warrant ; prior to this transaction had
made arrangements with Joha D. Spreckle»
to have the boy White taken to the Sandwich
[elands, and had secured employment for the
boy in the islands, and had arranged for his
3i9«aK6 thithe?; the District Attorney of
Merced county- had dismissed the indictment
igainst the bay, who subsequently went to
the Sandwich Islands and secured employ
ment. Judge Ames here read letters from
the boy, showing that shortly afUr he was
3ngaf>ed in employment old convicts from San
Qaentin Pri?en began a process of b!a?kn:ail
upon him. lie had been dtiven out of the
islands by the persecution of the ex-convict*,
»nd as a place of greater security from their
persecutions had gone to Manila.
Jndge Ames spoke very fceling'y on the
subject, and in reading the lttteis of the toy
White, was strongly moved with emotion.
a ECTffHea's kvidexci.
Robert Warden, a butcher, testified: Had
i contract for f urniehin; meat for the prison
up to ths Ist of this month ; the successful
bidder at the beginning of this motto failed
to execnte the necessary bonds, whereupon
the Directors instructed him to proceed with,
bis contract for furnishing meat ; had fur
nUhed what \ci< called the first quality of
meat, but not prime beef; derifd having
purchased beef cattle of an inf ri r quality.
A thorough examination of the manner in
which beef was furnished, and of its quality,
was entered into, resulting in a general Ut
nial of the charges heretofore made.
' AN OFFICEB OX THE STAND.
Captain McAllister next testified : He had
seven year.-*' experience as an office of th»
prison ; was Captain of the Yard under Gov
ernors Downey and Irwin.
The general tenor of witness' testimony
vindicates the existing management of the
State Prison. His ideas were that the gen
eral treatment was too ltnitnt, i.s no thor
ough prison discipliro was possible without
the application of severe punishment. Con
victs were divided into two c!as*e.-— the really
criminal. And the class who, by reason of ex
ceptional instances of crimin&l action, wtre
convicts. Witness drew a well-dtfirei dis
tinction between the two cluies, ami claimed
that they instance.-* of crimiir.! ;i--;i \r»»re
iots. Witmn 'irew a weli-dtfii e ! dis
km between the two elanca, ai : d tin e<!
they ■honld ii.ive lepmnUt tMatmant;
dil not think the present system the battthat
could be devised, but believed it to be the
best which waa possible with the equipment
of the prison ; the system as now existing
showed that a different system won] I involve
the- construction of different will and work
shops : hid served five months as Captain of
the Yard under Warden A' ■■■•; bettered
him tn be competent and faithful : had never
seen him under the ii .tluence o? liquor.
TESTIMONY FOR THE DEFENSE.
At thi3 point Warden Amii entered npon
the introduction of testimony for the defence.
Captain Kdgar testified, sen»rally contra
( the charges that had been made by
this point Warden Am** ent i I
trodnotMn of tantitn >uy f >r • i
itain EdgM tentilied, fien»rally r.mtra
',■ the charges that had betn mad? by
witnesses for the prosecution.
Other officers of the prison were called and
testified to like denial.
THE THISON BOOKS.
The Commission suspended the testimony,
to make an examination of the manner in
which the accounts were kept.
Clerk GilkysoQ was called by the Con mi-
sion, and presented the books of the Cum
mUsary, and much time was spent in examin
ing the same.
During the afternoon Senator Sears at
tended the meeting of the Commission, and
took part in the inquiry and proceedings.
The Commission adjourned until next
Thursday.
PASSEN GER LISTS.
Carlin, July 15lh. — Pawed here to-Hay, t>>
arrive ir. Sacramento tomorrow : G. V. Fitch
and family, Fremont, O.; I. Cohn and wife,
Ma'rysville, Cal.; Oolonel Laurie, Britidl
Army ; J. Teeie, W. B. H. Brewer and wife,
San Francnci ; Mrs. A. 1). Cushenn, Oak
land; Mrs. Knotta. Sacramento; E. Ram
sey and wife, St. Paul, Minn.; John Haya
and wife, Brooklyn, N. V. ; J. E. Galigher,
Silt Lake : \V. A. Porter, Phiiadelphii ;
Dr. Tunstall, Canada ; Wra, Hill, Mrs. (J.
Lewis Sun Francisco ; F. P. McMullen,
Washington, 1). C; R. W. Wolff sohn, 8»n
Francisco; A. Patterson, St. Jo, Mo.; R.
McKillican, Oakland ; A. Hughes, R v N.
Williams. San Francisco ; D. Bonder?, Ken
tucky ; J. S. Brown, Benicia, Ca!.; J. W.
N"lrton. Illinois ; J. G. Wilcoxon, Nashville,
Term.; 7U immigrant paßsenger.*, including 41
males, to arrive in Sacramento July 17th.
HZWHAU, July 15th. — Passed here tci-day,
tv arrive in San Francisco to-morrow : Joe.
Bradley. Globe, A. T.; A. Donohne, Tucson ;
J. T. Aruißfrong, Illinois; Charles Eatnn,
Alameda ; P. Kerney, El Paso ; H R. Har
ris, Ohio ; H. A. B irrett, Texas ; W. Kirby,
Demi'i? ; Walter Tnrnbull, San Francisco ;
J. S. Fritz, New York ; Mrs. L. F. Shirl-y,
Oakland ; H. ML Free, El Paso ; R. C. Va
lencia, Arizona; E. A. Harper, San Diego;
H. Xtjwiiark, Los Amreles ; Miss Gosle^ky,
G. Q. Stewart, San Francisco ; L. B. Ad
ams, Utah ; Herman Mess?, OakUnd ; Mrs.
D. S. Glasscote, Tucson ; Mr?. P. T. U»«era,
San Francisco ; Sister Cnarity, Los Angeles ;
.1. D. Harley, San Fraucsco ; Miss Neliie T.
Mitchell, T. Aripet, Philadelphia ; Georor»
Goodhue, Wisconsin ; Theodore A. P. Brown,
Mexico; P. Foster and wife, Kansas; Mi«.
M. Woodruff, Chicago ; Mrs. Hu'chinson and
child, Oakland ; P. McGowtn, P. J. Brown,
Tucson ; A. D. Goldburi?, W. L. McEwins,
John A. Steinberg, San Francisco.
Omaha, July 15th.— Left here to-day, to
arrive in Sacramento July 19th: W. T.
Campbell, Cambridge, Mass. : Eugene Lent,
San Francieco ; H. F. Dent. Canton, China ;
Mrs. Kohn, New York ; Miss Spanjenberf?,
Hoboken ; Mrs. R. Smith, Oakland ; J.
Gowery and wife, Gardner, 111. ; Mi*a
Beemer, Buffalo ; E. F. Fisher, Ann E.
Fi-he.-, Boston.

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