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DAILY RECORD aKttIES-»«L. XW.-XO. 4TJ9. f XME DAILY RECORD-CKION. Fmcrnl a: tin- Post Ofiice alSacratrcnto as second cfcmautler PUBLISHED BY THE Sacramento Publishing Company. MM. 11. Mil I>, General Manager, rablleallon Office, Third st., bet. J and M. THE DAILY Kf.l OKWSIM Is published everj <U; of too ir*ek. Suadaja exoepted. For one rear....... , (6 00 Vet six months. 3 50 Forthree mouths.... 1 0C Hab«ribei» serred 07 Canters at FrmsitK Cents pw- week. In all Interior cities and towns the [•W can V had of the principal Periodical Dealers. Newsmen and Agents. A.lvrril.iiia Katettlß Hall} K.rord-S nion. ■—■ OBeiS^nare. 1 time $1 00 OneSjuai*, Slimes..... 1 TB One Square, S times. ISO Bach additional time. SO IW.-k. 3 Weeks. 1 Month Hal! Square, Ist page $2 50 $3 60 *5 00 Kali Square, *i pan 3 SO 6 00 8 00 Half Square, 3.1 page 3 00 4 50 6 00 Half Square. 4tti page t 00 3 00 4 00 " .fSiuuw, lat j-api. 3 50 i 00 TOO One Square. 2.lpiKe 5 00 7 00 10 00 " iM ? S.,uar.-, M i.ige 400 600 800 One Square, 4tli |w«e 3 00 4 00 6 00 Star Notices, to follow reading matter, twenty-five t.-ntea lint; r.ircach insertion. A.-lrerti-cmonU :>t Situations Wanted, Housesto Ijet, S,»cii t> Mi-ftincs, etc.. of j-ive i.s sis ob ljcm, will be InaerttMl in tfae Daily Rccokd-Union as follows ! Clue time 25 cent* Three times SOcenU, One week Tficento Beren word* to constitute a line. TIIR WEEKLY 1VI»« rPubliahed in acini-weekly parts] Is imnwfl on Wednesday and Saturday of each week, compiisfiiK X:; ht Pages in each issue, orttiztoen Pagec 4ach we k. and in the cheapest and moet deGAiahfc* Padd'oiit ° D Terras, On* V\-ar $1 SO Hrml-w ri-Mj I'nlon AdverllHlnß Rates. Half ftiinri-. 1 time II 0C KachaddiMnn.il time 5C OneSkiuare, 1 time 1 00 Kacha<lditlon»ltlme 1 00 WANTED, LOST AND FOUSJX Adrenlsemenie of flra linos in thin "department an oserted for 35 c-nts for one time ; three times for SO eerta or 75 cents per week. WANTED AN AMERICAN WOMAN TO Ukt tharjje of a c ttage. Ay>[i\y at this of flae. Jyat-lw \*TANTEI) — DKKSSMAKEKS. APPLY AT TT Bait Dtpsztnaat, Mtctametr Htore. }y2Slw ABUSIHES3 MAX. WITH »It,<MM» AND upwards, can make a eood connection with an old establiHhcd house in a safe buninesa. Addresg '■ 111 SIXKBB," this office. Jy3l- MALK FEIIALR -12 Ranch Hands, 2 Women Conks, 6 Milken, , 8 Girls for Housework 4 Waiters, and Lauudry Women. 8 Teamsters, 3 Waiter Girls, Wen to Pick Fruit, 6 Nurse Girls. 3 Blacksmiths. Apply to HOUSTON* & CO.'S Employment Office, fourth and X streets. jvl3 lptf ~to~5t"ob fob saleT Alrt-rUsentents of n»j lines in this department are loserted fra 3S cents for one time ; three times tor 50 eenU or 75 orate per wuek. TO LET- THE THIRD STORY OF THE FIFOT Regiment Armor/, Sixth and L streets. It is peculiarly adapted fur Lodge Rooms, and will be icmodcled to suit. Inquire at this office. jy3l-tf FOR RENT-JW ACRES I. IND ; '.>• ACRES MA in Vincyara and Orchard; $150 cash rcntw^Hr in advance. Now is your time to see whit""**"™ crop there is. Will sell the farm at 55,.'.00. Apply to CAKL STROBKI., No. ;Hl J jjtreet, SicramcDto. j jySl-Ot&swltW Tl LET- A HOI3E WITH ELEVEN JgHL airy n«>ius and balli ; suitable for lode- Sij 1 crs; partly rented. Inquire 902 Sixth Btroct. JH«IL jy2CJtf FOR BALE— AN ICE OBBST, WITH A CAPA ci'y for holding four half barrels of beer. It is almost new and will be cold cheap. Inquire at the Union Brewery, Twentieth and O streets. Jy2s -"OAMS FOR SALE— S6O THOR- m\j 'JUi^jhxci-SiKi tt^'l*. 1 fepauish fjjjTi Ci^ST iy Vrqvrt Tuuns for f-alf. Ilred from MUBgEB ■~~ Vnc flrt*t iinportatiim of .Spain^h^t^^jffi^. Merino Sheep tv California, in 1^.'.1. 1 f Ml J-Tsi Tliorouphbred and hijfh tirade Ewes J.t sale. Prict s reaSHiiablc. MRS. E. McCON SELL WILSON, Eik Grove, Sacrimento county, Cal. jy24-6w* Q AAA ACRES -A FINE VALLEY IKaA ♦ >»U\IU Modi.c count} ; land level, wcll^W , ttitultcrcd and watered by clear mountain^** W s'-re-uns ; all fenced ; perfect title. Also 600 head of cattle, 25 horses ; all implements and improve ments. Will soil at a very low price. Apply to or aidr.-ss CAKL STKOBEL, 321 J street, Sacramento. • jy22-l-.»t» •TIO RENT— A NICELY FURNISHED FRONT X room will be let to a respectable young man. The location ia good and rent ivifouablc. Apply at 9X Tenth street, between I and J. Jyl7-"tf ORLEANS HOTSL FIIWT- CLASS FUR nishsd and unfurnished rooms to let to gentle men or families by the day, week or month. 1018 Second street, between J arid K. MRS. 11. VV. OGO, Proprietress IJ^IL fOR SALE. «» 1 /WV ACRESOFIAND, LYING FIVE^t »>. I \f\f miles cast of Maryevillc ; 2,0009 Hr acres thereof indosid and under cultivation, ' * the rsmainder growing up in young timber ; good house, barns, orchards, etc. The well has the finest drinking water in the valley. If not wanted for farming, it is one of the best stock ranch<» in the county, and will be sold cheap enough to justify ita use for stock only. Possession given Septeml>er 1, IBS 2. For further information inquire of the monto Bank, Sacramento, California. jy2S lm FARM TOE SALE. TT^OR SALK— lfiO ACHES Of EXCELLENT*^ 1^ farming anil garden land, sl'.ualcd niiH riaccr ctmnty, four miles southeast of New- *. c.iallc- There are un the place a commodious, hard finished house, a fruit house, a well of excellent water, plenty of timber, 11 acres of orchard, 3 acres ol vineyard, all varieties of berries, e*.c. Title per foct For particulars Inquire of BERRY MITCHELL, Newcastle. js2f>-lm" Look Here — For Sale. rpHAT DESIRABLE PROPERTY KNOWN ifc^v 1 as Salisbury's Store ; situated on Marys- Kjjl ylllo rood, 20 miles from Sacramento ; consist- JbUJL ingot store building, SCxiO ; aim dwelling-house, banj and warehouse ; Urge-sized lot, with windmill, fruit trees, etc.; posu.ilUv in the store, and a hall overhead. Will bo s ild cheap if applied for soon. If not disposed of.s >on, will be sold at auction Octo ber 15th. Reason for selling, the owner has tv leave on account of ill health. Terms easy. Apply tojiwner on the premises. ' Jyll-lm CHANGE TO MAKE MONEY ! r|IHE SECOND AND THIRD STORIES OF THE I Arcade Ruilding on Second stiect, between J and X, containing over thirty unfurnished, hne, newly-finished rooms. Will be rented together very' low and on Ion? time Apply to M. T. BIthWER i. CO^o^lOl^Second strce^ JyB-U FOR SALE, In Franklin, Burrnmrnto rounfj. «nl., A NEW HOUSE AND STORE, KOW^% J\_ doing a good Ocneral Mcrchandisii.g SB;;'; and Liquor ISuaiucss. Will sell store •■'■■■ Hii'i am! let the hausc ; or sell the whole toge'hor, totuit iiurcn&scr. Reason for celling — Proprietor being |i*nUy«ed lately. liMjuire or write to FRANK LUTI'IO, Poatolßoe Franklin, Sacramento county, Cal. jy7-tf FORCED SALE. /^HBAT BAROAIVS.-BY REASON OF ILL %TT health I will sell at once all my property in this city, at private sale and at extremely low fig. unis. I offer a house and fuil lot, with Irirgc barn, at Twenty. third and Q btrects, and a full lot at Twenty-ninth and N streets. Also, forty head of livery "horses, fifteen head of which will make less than three minutes ; twi. hacks, one nine passcn&er wagon, buggie*. sulkies, lmekboarda, thirty seta of double and nnc'p harncog, Un saddles, lap-robes, and other liven- furnishing*. Will sell all together or any item separately. Terms— One-fifth cash, and balance on five years' time if desired. Apply to GEOROE McDANIEI.. Fountain Stables, J street, bet. Tenth and Eleventh. i^tlE!? A RARE BARGAIN FOR HOTEL MEN". -A FIRST-CLASS Jf^ HOTEL, having a good busine« of IS"' transient customers, is offered FOR SALKJBHh, VERY CUE».P, and ujxiu easy terms. It is a Three-story Brick Building, containing 3T- rooms, nr nI v furnished throughout, with all modern con veniences, and in excellent condition. Is pleasantly located in Uie foothills, upon the Central Pacific Railroad, within a short ride from Sacramento and San Francisco, and in the best climato for invalids in the State. Apply to FRED. D. GRIFFITH*, at UNDLETjfc^O/S^Sacramento^Oa^ _J_ei«Jj*£_ MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE, AT A LOW RATE OF IN torest, by PETER BOHL, 325 J Btrcet.ml7tf Capital 0| Brewery, C«rarr • --'" Twelfth Sis., Barramrßto. fiT Finest quality of Beer furnished promptly to order In city or elsewhere, and at lowest rates. jyl2-lptf KERTH A NICOLAUS. Proprietor*. STAR MIL'-S AND M4LT HOUSE, ► \i I Kill Kl. .V i.A1.l S. XTOS. 60. 52 AND M FUTU ST., SACRAMENTO, _£^ dealers in Produce and Brewers' Supuliee, Man ufactu era of Malt and i!i kinds of Meals ; Oa'jncal, Cornmeil, Cracked Wheat, Graham Flour, Buck - wheat Floor etc New Grain Bags for sale. Ageata for Buckeye Mills Flour, Maryiville. JyIT-lp 7 A G. GRIFFITHS, PENRYN 3J'\ BRASITEWOBKS rS^Sy^t^ri^llE BEST VARIETY AND JL Largest Quarrks 111 the t^^ua —^Px-ific Coast. Polished Granite Monuments, Tombetonrs and Tablets madr. to order. cTCraßilr Kntldlns Stone C«i, Urnuied and PolUucrt to order. oil IpOm • SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. HALE BROS. <fc 00. tHE ACTUAL VALUES |gr"Suminer Clearance Sale! — xa — ■Causing No Little Amount of Excitement, AH WfcLL AB ANXIETY AMONG THEIR COMPETITORS I Who have tried to enlist the support of the San Francisco Whole sale Merchants on their behalf. It will not do, gentlemen ; you will have to appeal to a higher tribunal tStJR~C ASff CAPfFAt Places i us above the reach and control of San Francisco Jobbers. Direct from the Fountain Head in the East do we draw our supplies. Our goods we own as cheaply as they do, and right here is the secret of our LOW PRICES: CASH BUYING ! We have said it before, and repeat it now, that the goods are ojr own personal property. Being paid for, we have no one to consult with reference to their disposal. Our Determination Was and is to make this SUMMBR CLEARANCE SALE a great practical benefit to the people. That our efforts in thi* direction are being appreciated is demonstrated by the crowds who daily throng each and every Department of our Establishment. Heavy All-wool, Cashmere Beige (50 inches wide), in Summer Shades, reduced from 60 to 42 1-2 cents per yard. All-wool Beige, reduced to 15 cents per yard. 0 All-wool, Lace Bunting, in Choice Dark Styles, reduced from 45 cents to 25 cents per yard. I*iLie,iLSOI.S! Reduced to HALF their former price. Take advantage of the extraordinary reductions made throughout our establishment by calling early. Orders by Mail receive special attention, and are filled the day they are received. HALE BROS. & CO.. 829, 831, 833 835 E street, — Ann — 1026 NINTH STREET, SACRAMENTO. SACRAMENTO. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1882. MISCELLANBOOS^ Palmer & Sepulveda, DEUGGISTS, Northeast Corner Second and X street?!, Sacramento. Special attention given to Compounding Prescriptions-ac--^ curacy and absolute purity guaranteed. \% School Books and School Supplies. ENVELOPES (all sicee), a very large supply ; WRITING PAPERS-the best in the market; BALL -PROGRAMMES and MENU CARDS; PRINTERS' SUPPLIES, of all kinds ; Choice line of VISITING CARDS. IJSir STS Z3jE&.A.JD(rCjEC}EIS. Nos. 208-210 J street, : : : T~ SacrSffiS? to f _m_2a-lutt * W. P. COLEM A N, No. 325 J street, Sacramento, Cal. ■^"-MOXEY TO LOAN IN SUMS FROM $500 UP. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN, Xcarly Sew ; All Modern Improvement ; Lot ll' ell <.i-.n1. . 1. nn<l 4'entTnlly Lonttfd. n'l7-lrily Fred, a s.i.\, "IS^"^" 1 ?^ tfUU^^i I > ■ .%•.'« isi ;eet, MANLTACTI XXX Of jj^^ lOTIQ." SSjIl iTll^P t3m U^ff M SACRAMENTO. GRAND CLEARANCE SALE "OF "CARPETS 1 Making Room for the Fall Season. Bru* ( ■;>! p.-i, front t,; rrcls upwards, i Ingrain « iri«i-, from 33 r<-nlt npwnrds. •MOTHER Una IN PROPORTION. 'Ki KE\ COHKV, Xos. 410 and 131 J street, Siicramento. THr;pu!Fi.(oAsi. Aii> _^J % fV &, *£J» MACHINERY K'uil- i>l i.oxri on bund ' _9, •» & _f^ 1 « T§ — roß— an<! M««lc to Onler. fcss»» '3^ M m R«* BOX I- KJ > : I ' ■'«;. CAPITAL BOX FACTORY CORNER SECOND AND Q STREETS Depot : J SI., bet. Irani an-l Meond (n(?xt donr to W. R. Stmnf; i Co.) NICHOLS & CO. al"-lp6m BOSTON DKtlt! STOKK, « COMPOUNDED CORNER THIRD AND J STS., A. Wlltllf OllßlfllSt, AT ALL HOURS, BA€RAMISSTJ, CAL. I'ROPHIKTOR. AT t' \ I »» > V I". 1 V. Klil\ EMPRESS CREAM! i^gf 25 and so os^rrs fbsi botti.xi, HAMIVIEB'S DRUG STORE,jm. FOURTH AND X STREETS. AND ALL SACRAMENTO DRUSCISIS. ml-lp6m SAN FBANOISCO OABDa SAN FRANCISCO Business Directory AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Kakrr A Hamilton— lmporters of Agricultural Implements and Hardware ; Agents of tlie Benicia Acr"l Works. Junction Market, P:ncand Davissts. Hrni-RC A. DavtH A Co — Manufacturcni' Agents, 327 and 3^9 Market street. ARTISTS. ll«nsewi>rfli — Oi>'.iciin and Photographer, No. 12 Montaoinirj street. Established in Iftsl. BELTINa, HOSE, ETC. H. W. <'o«k— Manufacturer of Leather Beltinp, Hoac, Lacing, Bullion I • '- ■, etc., soutLweat ci>rucr Market and Krcmout streets. BUSINESS COLLEGES. FaciOe KUHinrs* College aud Trircraphle Institute — (Life Scholarship, for full Busineio Course, $70). W. E. Chamberlain, Jr., and 1. A. Robinson, Proprietors, No. 320 Post street, oppo site Union Square, 8. ¥ Cal. Sond (>r CtrculMV. . CARRIAGES AND WAGONS. Madebakrr Bro*. manufacturing Co.— Ro pository, 31 Market nroet. A. 11 lshara, Manager. CARPETS, OILCLOTHS, ETC. Frank V. Edward* — Ini| orter ami Dealer, Nos. 6:2s to Cal Clay strict, San Francisco. DRUGS, CHEMICALS. Jaxtin CatcH. — Pioneer Dru^rKist, removed to 72*2 Montgomnry st., S. F. Country ordere solicited. EDUCATIONAL. Seaool of Civil En^lnrerlne, Siiufi i-u- Brawinganrf Aasa} injr. 24 Post St. A. Van dor Naidsc. HAT 3. C Dorrninnn «\ €"o — Manufacture rs and Im porttre. No. 33ii K. arny st , ne*r Pine. The finest bats al the lowest prii'es. Factory : 17 Bcldtu st. HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, ETC. Caralan, Cory at Co.— lmporters f Hardware, Iron and Steel. Agents for the Pittehurg Steel Works, Northwestern Horße Nail Com|>any, and Soutbington Cutlery Co. Nos. 120 and 122 Front street, and Nos. 117 aud 119 Califoniia utrcet MareßS «. lOawler «t Co.— lmporters or Hani ware ar.d Agricultuni Impleisu U, Nos. 3UI, 303, 506, 307 and 309 Market street, San Francisco RESTAURANTS. Swain 1 * Family Bakerr •-■«•■'» Mlniac Saloon -No. 636 Market street. Wcddlnic cakes, Ice cream, cytten, jellies, etc, constantly an tuuid. Families supplied. RUBBER AND OIL GOODS. The tails Frr-Si.t and Kabber Manafaei' ttrinjj Comp&ny — Mar.ufacturere o* Rubber Gvjds of every (■escription. Patentees of the celebrated " Maltese Cnns Brand" Cvbolized Hose. Comer First and Market greets. J. W. Taylor, Manager. atarls A KeHotM*— Pioncei Manufactui en of Ca}<e Ann Oiled Clutninf:, Hats, Covers, etc Importers and Dealer! in Rubber Boota aii Wooloa Goods. No S4 &C:f iroli stroet STATIONERS, PRINTERS, £3TO. B. 8. Cr«eker A Co.— lmporting and Manufact^ arine Stationers, PrinUrs and Lithographer*, N ■ * lib, 217 and 210 Busb street, above Saneome. WHOLESALE GROCERS. Taber, Barker at Co.— lmporters and Wholetuie Orocere, Nos. 10S aud 110 Califoroia street. SAORAMENTO REOORO-UNION. In Frmneloeo OAee, No. 8 Vm lloniinm ery ■treol (Palace Hotel).— J. H. Sharpe, Agent. PATENT PROCESS FLOUR, KAStFACTIRKD ET Till •aenuaießt* Vallcr Fateat Praeess Floar lok MlllKt Hadlaon, 4 al. THE MILLS HAVE ALL THE LATEST IM proved Machinery, aad produce FLOUR eqtnl to any fe> be found In the world. WOOTTEN BROS. & TROOP, Prop's. j>27 4p« GKO. B. BEATY , Miller. Ta« aakMTiber diwirrs U> call tW atMcUoo of iawy^pv. mtlion, and tioiimi ■ora rrn«Tall' ti.n/r.riH>ui itw Wat, to Urn fadhUai of Om VALLKV PRESS Urn dome Uuraajhl^ (Ood prj,Un,. He will mahitain tkc em-nect reputation to JOCS attached to *•!** bonai. TV ami 01 vlaputt and pcrtert priotinir h n-'t crcatar than that whkh it diawrwaMe t' rrt and luuid. Addnu H. A. WEAVER. 3-2: 1 St.. SacraauntD, Cal. mSlplm f JBOTTS. SEEDS ANDPEODUQL. LYON & BARNES, |IOMMISSION MKECUANTS AND DKALF.IIS R. Prodaec, Tenemoles Batter, r.5.%'., Checte, Pcultxy, Green and Dry Fruits, Honey, Beapa, etc ALFALFA SEED : t& Pobito-a In c»r-lor*l lots or less. jv33-lptf| K.jg. -21 and 23 J etrect. (FManlUhed 1852.) lUOBNII J. OKRGOH.Y. TR VNK BKK3ORT. GREGORY & CO. (SucccBsojrs to J. Gregory), COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND WBCLESALK \j Dealers in PRODUCE AND FRUIT. Nos. IJ6 and m J Street. jy2l-lpif Sacramento, Cal. *. HOOSBK. g. OBl*.>B. a gerson & co., GIKKERAL COMMIBaiON UEiiCHAKTS, AKL W Doalcrs in Imtported and Domestic rrnltn, Vexeta bleu, Kst.s, Etc., No. 820 i street, between Socuiv: od Thiro, Sucra nun to. jy2-lm FRUIT DEALERS, HAVING REMOVED TO MORE COMMODIOUS prcmucs, we have enlarged our stock. We otter you clio c Apples, free from worms, Leinong, Limes, Oranges, Drind Fruits, Nuts, Dates, Canned Uoods, etc., at very low prices. M. T. BREWER & CO., 1008 to 1010 Socond street, between J and X, Sacnt mento. ji;22jf P. DiWRIUSAHIH. ;AS. fIAJCOU. D. DEBERNARDi & CO., wnoLßtaui soiuiiaeioH ejulhks ns Butter, E^gs, Poultry, Vegetables rrmli, »Uh and (.«n«r»l Prodnee. m27-lplm W. R. STRUNG & CO, Wholesale Commission ffiercnante IHD 311'LM IS tU. hWt Of CAIIFOKNIA CKE£N AND IHiifi* » C!1T» NUTS, HONEY, SEED And 4tfeaeral Heretuuiditw. iW Ali order* promptly attended to. AddrtM : V. R. STRONG & CO., aB-lplm Ncs. o, i and 10 J street, Sacramento. * r CLOOX& WHITE ORGANS —AT VAUMOCMB Or— — X*. 3BC. TT A TVT»erjß3Efc, to. g*c J »tre«-l, Saenuacnto mr 3old on th» Inatallmeut plan. Orden for TUNING promptly a'.tendad to. f eST. 1 ol m Hardware House CHAS. ZEITLER, NO. 512 J BTKBET, South side, l>et. Fifth and Sixth, Sacramento. JUST RECFIVKD B? RAIL, FROM THE Eutern Markets: A Fine Line Ladies' and Ucnts' Pocket Knives, Ladies' Scissors ami Shears, Corn, Budding and rnipiiiir Knives ; Kitchen, Table and Carving Kni\xs; jfechanics* Tools, House Builders' Hardware, Un^quito Bar Wire Cloth, Rob b°r Hose, Lavp Mo«-pr», Hayins Tool«, Grind stooai, Novelty and Kureka Clothes Wrinsors. Manila »n.-l Sisal R'>p^, Twinea. *nd a ifleort imnt nt KIRST-CLASS HABDWARK all of ■Met I v ill sell at the LUVi'KST ilAl'.hhT RATEa. ]yll-4plm C'BAs. ZtlULk. MISCELLANEOUS. FOR Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Soreness of the Chest. Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell ings and Sprains, Burns and Scai'ds, General Bodily Pains, Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frostoc Feet and Ears, and all other Pains and Aches. No Preparation ou earth equal* ?t. Jac^im Oi. as a safe, turr, xiwple mid cheap Extern*, Rfni'-iiy. A trial entails but the comparativi-lj trifling outlay of 50 Cents, nnd every oue suffering with pain can havo cheap anu positive proof of it* clnius. Directions in Eleven Languages. BOLD BY ALL DEUGGISTS AKD DEALEES IN MEDICINE. A. VOGELER & CO., Baltimore. Md.. V. 8. L. POLITICAL" R E P OinciN Primary and'OßilvSSlani. NOTICZ!. AT A KEOOLAK ME£TIXG OF THE UEPUB lican County Committee, S3cramcntci county, California, held in Sacramento city, Cali fornia, JULY \>t, ISS2, the following reaolutions fttre adopted, viz. : Resolvcil-1. Iliat a Republican Primary Election iv and for th« county of Sacramento, be held on tAUWDAV, Al«l >T.», ISB9, And that ilie tlelc^'atcj thus cleuttd assemble in Republican O.nJlj CouveuUon. ... WEDNESDAY, Al'Gl'ST 9, 11-S2, at Turner Hill, in Sacramento city, California, at 11 o'clock a m. 2. That the object of paid Primary Election is to olect delegati-s to s»iil Cuuiity Convention, and that aiid County Ooawnilioa is iuilkd to nominate candi ilates for the various county <;iic<>a, and to select .lelegates to thn I'.cpulilican St»;e, C^nfrrfssimial and District Convcations; to sclict a RepaUieaa County Committee, and to transact neb other bufincis as may come before said Con\eiitiv!i. 3. That the hours between which the pulls arc to kjg kept open at said Primary BaeUoa b* boa S r. M. to 7:30 p. M. 4. That the (lualification required for voters at said Primary Election, in addition to those pro sor.hed by liw, shall be as toOtnn : To have voted for the Garfield and Arthur Electors at tho Pr<Si ileiuial t-lriticu m ISSO, or to have intciilid S'j to vote h^d the voter been able to vote at thM time, and a pk'iljjt to support all to* BqtabUeatl nonii. nets. 5. That said Primary Ejection thai! and nil! bo held under the provisions of the Primary Election Law. "b. 'l hat the time and mar ncr of the publication of notice of said Primary Election shall be by publi cation ir. the SiCRAMK.vro Daily Hkcokd-U.mox and the M Sacramento Daily 15ce," commencing on the 25th day of July, ls»2, and continuing to and iuclud. iuif August 5, ISS2. 7. That the places f"r holding said Primary' Elec tion, And the names of the ncrsona lOustitu.i ,l- the Election Hoard at each of said places, and the num ber of delegates allowed each of said places, are as follows, viz. : First Watd— Seventeen deleirates. Polls at Stev ens' Saloon, J street, between Seco.id and Third streets, Sacramento, Cal. Inspector, K. F. mcyer; Judges, J. F. Slater, F J Keurney. Second Ward — Nineteen dclexatea. Polls at Les lie's Saloon, curnor of Fourth and X streets, Sacra mento, Cat, Inspector, Charles T. Jones ; Judges, Addisou Sace, Samuel Uale. Third WarJ— Twenty-nine delegates. Polls at William Tell House, corner Ninth and J streets, Sacramento, Cal. inspector, Hichmond Davij ; Jurtgwi, C. V. Kellofr^', W. P,. Divia. Fourth Ward— Twenty six delegates. lolls at Touhey's, c iruer Tenth and M streets, Sacramento, Cal. Inspector, (Jeorge Murray; Judges, J. 11. Tenbrook, J. S. Miller. Guthrie's, Sinter Townchip — Four delegates. Polls at Guthric'a saloon. Insjwctor, Alfred Urivrys ; Judm s, K. J. lieckley, John Olson. Suitcrville— Four deletratts. Polls at Oak Hall. Inspector, r\ 11. SUck ; Judues, C. Muiiser, \V. Leman. Pockman's— Two delegate?. Polls at Jones' saloon. limpeitur, W. 11. Robinson ; Judjre» Wtr F. Necly, Q Towle. Biigli ton— Three delegates. Polls at Perkins' saloon. Inspe:tor, P. 11. Murphy; Judres. S. O. Foster, 11 . S. Lockett. Koutier'B Station— Two delegates. IVlls at Patter son's eaioon. Inspector, J. Kouticr; Judges, 11. Cronkre, John McDermott. Couch's, American Township— Ono delegate. Pulls at oott'a siloon. Inspector, D. liauscr ; Judires, Herman Stumme, A. F. itaymond. Autelo|ic— Three delegates. Polls at Astell's Hall. Inspector, Joseph Hcintz ; Judgm, F. McJliMan, John Parsons. liowcll'e. I.cc Township— r'our delcffates. Polls at llowcll's Saloon. Insinretor, S. A. llonell ; JiulsTus, S. B. Moore, Ueorte Tuverner. Michigan Bar— Two delegates. Polls at Charley Romer'e Saloon. Inspector, C. L. Romcr ; Judiri s John W. Heath, Albert L. Lamb. Live Oak — Two delegates. Polls at the store. In spector, George Atkinson; Judges, Fred. Struck man, . Ashland— Two delegates. Polls at Lnwton's sUire. Insi)cctor, John T. Cardwell ; Judges, H. C. Lawson, George Little. i'olsom— Seven delegates. Polls at Fireman's Hall. Inspector, Jacob Miller; Judges, Hartford Anderson, J. 11. Sturgcs. Mormon Island- Two delegates. Polla at Steven son's store. Inspector, John Nuttall ; Judges, Tho*. Stephenson, J. B. Hoke. Half-way House— Two delegates. Polls at But ler's Hotel. Inspector, August Tappau ; Judges, .1. .1n E. Butler, William s.i> les. Florin— Three delegatts. Poils at Sugdcn's store. Ins|)ector, L. H. Fasseit ; Judges, D. Kcesc, Thomas Jen k; us. Elk Grove-Five delegate. P..11s at Davis' Hall. Inspecto-, J. Evereon ; Judges, Delos Gage, A. Wuods.nl. Union House— Two delegates. Polls at I'mon House. Inspector, N. M. Fay ; Judges, 11. W. Johnson, Vet Tryon. Frce|Kirt— Three delegates. Polls at Uiehl's store. Inspector, D. T. Lufkiu; Judges, J. W. Lee, Phil KieM. Franklin— Three delfjraUs. Polls al Horn's Btore. Inspector, J. K. Hall ; Judge*, H. Erhardt, J. B. Bradford. Kichland— Two delegates. Polls at School home. Inspector, William Johnson ; Judges, Charles Gam mon, Isaac l'r>":ur. Courtland —Three delegates. Polls at Myers' store. Inspector, Dwight Uollister ; Judses, M. H. Myers, J. I. <>,;. Walnut Grove— Three delegates. Polls »t Sharp's Hotel. Inspector, J«cph Wise ; Judges, B. West fall, William Jackson. Isleton— Tliree delegates. Polls at Hutrl. In spector, Hart F. Smith : Judged, P. I 1 Gardiner, X Webb. HicksviUe— Two delegates. Polls at Anio House. Inspector, ;j. O. Kane ; Judges, 11. S. Putney, A. Randolph. Gait— Four delcgites. Polls at Harvey's Hotel. Inspector, A. Whitaker; Judges, John Brewster,.O. Harvey. Cl»y Station— Tliree delegate.". Polls at Steele's Hotel. Inspector, Thomas Foivlet ; Judges, Thoe. Steele, C. Bolton. Emmaton — Two delegates. Polls at Cpham's. Inspector, J. M. Hpham ; Judges, D. L. Perkinj, Lincoln School House— One delegaU. Polls at schocl House. Inspector, Wm. Counsmu\ ; Judges, John Coyle, — — . Saulabur) 's -One deletratc. Polls at S..uUl>ury'i Station. Inspector, J. H. Martin ; Judgei, Charles Kuttuli, Isaac Vutull. Dated i-acrametito, July ML 188?. N. L. DREW, Chairman Repuhlican County Coujmittee Sacra mento county. A. J. Ruoaos, Secretary Republican County Committee Sacra- ruanto county. ]y2. f; -A.-J.-JL-121* 1 1 C» iW, Third Ward Repub icans ! a I.L REPUBLICAN ELECTORS OF THF. J\. Third Ward are requested la meet »t the Court bouse, Thursday I'.vn.lsiK. Au:n-I 3, l-:v:. At 8 o'clock, to agree upon Delegates to represent said W»rd in tbc Republican Co-.inty Convention. Dated Sacramento, Jaly 31, ICA2. GROVE L JOHNSON, Member Repuhlican County Committee, Third Ward. jysitd REPUBUCANS, RALLY I THE REPUBLICANS OF THE FOURTH WARD are roiu-Mtfd to meet at Taralrrrla Ball, at 8 I". M , ihni -•:«>. . August 3d, for the pmpote of electing delegates to . be voted for at the Primiry Election. August 6th tf. J. JACKSON, Member of County Central Committee for Fourth Ward. Jj-29-td* THEATRIC REMINISCENCES. HISTORY OF THE METROPOLITAN THE ATER CONTISUED. Approaching the Close of the Theatrical Record of the Cld Pouse— The Proctor Management. Continuing our .sketch of the history of the old Metropolitan Theater, Stcramento, and which rs so largeiy representative of the the atrical history of the Pacific coast, wa come to the year 1871. This was tha year when all the country ran wild—" almcs*. to a frenzy pitched" — in the cr?za for lotteries and gift enterprise?. Every town of any consequence in the c-ntral p»rt cf the State had, this year, its gif : enterprise. They were cener ally managed by prominent citizana. This wild epurt of rsaklesi gambling much injured the theatrical business, for every dollar that could be spared went to tho ];U:i:base of lot tery ticket.--, in echemrs gotten up in the name of all known and a hjst of prospective charitie>i«and appealing schemes. January 24 ,h waa THE FIBST BIO NAL Of the season, when ti e H; ers Sisters gave a concert to rais.- rncuns t'j erab!e them to complete their musical s'.uJieJ a: the East. Proctor reopenel with hi 3 troape Jauuary 30th, Kacny B. Price star, in "Faachon," and supported by Charles Edmonds and D. Hanchett. They ran to February Ist, when KUie NUhn and J. F. Cathcart joined the troops in foupirt <:f Miss Prin.>. Ou the 8d Fnlfor*. v.a" added. On the 13 -h the com pany went to .Maiy:-viUe. Ou that day and the next Madame Carandfni and the Sisters l; .1 iir.i nr.d Fanny, with Walter Sherman and J. S;t.ali (cumedian and. comic vrcalist), gave entertainments. Madntr.o ('.'.racdini was pick and unable to appear the (irnt ni<;ht. On the lO'.h Proctor retnrmd, and with Jec nie Mandeville and Mrs", Stewart gave " Under the GisHgot" On the 20;h Rcse KviDa appeared at Juliet an i in "Ingomar," "Nell Gwytne," " HaTi^.et," "The Jealous Wife," etc. March 3 i phe took her benefit, McCnUoajrh, ilia. Jadah. ,/. EL Smit!i and M. Blu!iitnthilaj.)^ejri!;y ie support. About thia time the PIOSEEB A9SOCWTIOH And Sacramento Library Association an nounced a' gift concert, to be Rives at the theater in n few weeks. Tha lottery fever wae now <tt ita hishr. March 4th, Hose Kvaiis s;ave her last performance. March tith, Mile. Morlarehi, da>;seus2, supported by Marzetti and a co.'ps de ballet, were brought out by Proctor in the " (Treaefe Spy " aud the lika. TLo City Guard Z nMVML Captain W. C. CroweH, appeared ia the "Spy." At the Congregational Church the C*randini troup4 trave two concerts about t.!>U tima. Miroh J^tb, " Ma.'sar.illo " was br.iu^ht out by Mor !:»?c*»». ■ h ICK scenery hy J. R. Wilkins. Tea hcuse" - ?rS»^ the llfch < aad tb <5 com pany took theTTOi.' lnt^jr absence, "Cora, Qat-en of Magic," aiipearea?^ l6 "* 20 . th > I'roctor and his company retarrrt»L, w ' 1 ' ' sac Itobinson, the favorite. They iua>tfTT one week. Msguire, with Curbyn as his ag^nt, tjik the hoOM <n the 27th, with the.Giiete Comedy Company, Martha Wren, James Collins, '.lie Hernandez troupe, tho Bomallia, Silvester Nalk, Marie Gangam, and a corps de bsilpt. Tuey had a Huee-assfu! week, cljfiofr A;>rii l<t. Oa tha 3d to Sth Procter whs on deck a^ain with L?«i Hudson in " " H wkwood," etc. April 10;h to li)-.h, Bard-iman and wife (formerly Nallie Palmer), in ' Narciase," "Happy Pair," etc., McOuUtrn^ri *u|<porti»K them. () 1 :he 14 li aurl ISth tha allegory and tableaux af the Great Republic for the bene fit cf the Howard Bfrtvciltiit Association, and under the iiisnagemect of I'ruf. J. M. Hager, au-1 Iflai X A. Ssffti as pianist. OSK HCNDUED ASD FIhTY CHiI.DUEN Vi'ere ia the piece. April 18-h aud '22 1 Prrc tor presented the three ZsvißWiweki Sisters agaiu. 24th, J. T. Kaymond and Marie Uor-ian opened for a week ie "Kip Van Wii.kle," "Solon Shingle," "London Assurance,'" "Specter Bddagroom," etc., McOnllough enpportiog. May Ist and 2J, J. K. Bmmtia "J^ritz," etc." May 3d, the City Guard h.id a bantlit ter-dartd by Proc tor. The play Wf* by li. II Uvilwatua, one of Proctor 'd eon ju!:v, cctiJed " The Cap tive Chil ;reii." It was a f^il^re. M»y 4th, "Uudr !he (ian'.ieht ;" 5.h, Proctor ap pesred as X belwood in "Ambition;" and thea t:-.k l.ia troupe to tho country; re turning on tfae 11th witb Raymond in " K<«tdale" for one night, and thin 1 ff he went to the oountrr again. Maylih •J7th marked the tacoessful eoi;:igecaeut cf Edwin Adams, by whici l'rc'or made »jmo money. The peaßjii was ■ legitlmatfl <\ud fine one, with "Haul:!," "Bkhard III.," "Wild Oat-,'' "Narcisio" arad the like in the list, M>y 10.h .IMIS D. COUGH Lectu'-'.d in the Congregational Church. May 27 h Citthc^rt took his benetii at the Metrrp)litai', wben May Howard, the hand »o:i.e and heavy, W. H. Btdlsy Smith, Th.s. Biker and McCollougb appeara.l. May 30tb, Imogioe A'an Djke (Mrs C. V. D. Hubbard) in "The Wi'e ' Juas 30;b, the Ssrstieid Guard benefit. Then Sue Rob:nsjn and James Harden filled cut tl)p week f>r Pioctcr. Juue 5 - ,b, Pr ictor's benefit and the cl')se cf the scam. Jr:no G'h, Haselmayer in masio loi s, week. June 23 1 -24 h, the Lirgards. July 21^t, drawing ol the Pioneer and T/.Hrary 1 ifoiy in tha thea ter ; 27th 29. h, K. G. Bert, macagsr, wish Jod Murphy la "Help." Angaat 4th V,'n, El ; zibeth C'acly Staatm lectur.d in the Mttr >polita:i. Angnst 14th, Projtor returned to the uar.agement, witb Bi-caceunti as bu?inei i s manager, with the Asratha Skaits Italian (^.jfra Company for tbreo ni«h ! s — Graz : ell» R ; deway soprauo, Oecdkl tenor, Orhiudini biri'.ouo, Susini basio. Sep tember 21st to October 7h, Proctor held the house v.ith the " O3toroor," burlepqi'.e pieces and "After Dirk." G. B. \V*aldn.'u being the heavy man. Octo ber 2d Mrs. Bates appeared and on the 31 had a benefit. Oot.>ber 13:h Proctor came back and ::nve » matinee performance. At ni;;fct W, M. Lemar. was given a benefit by appreciative citizen?. Albert Hart gave a recitation between waits rf "Speed the Plow " and " Turn Him Out." Governor B.'oth, then newly elected, and Rttllatw Mor ten, of Iti'liana, were announced as bi be present in stage bo:;rs. October Kith Mre. Biitos ;'.nd (hares \ r ivian for the benefit of tha Chirjgii sufferers. Vivian appeared for quite a time to a good business. October 21it Proctor brought out Johnny Allen ard Alioo Harrison in McClo9key's play " Schneider." THE YEAK 1872. The year 1K72 was a very (;ood theatrical year. It witnessed r. necond successful l'roc tur t:i--'li, and the 1.-tv. ever giveu by that manager and autor here. It was marked by several successful deLutp, by a great variety of entertainments and by the presence here ot very excellent artists, We <>&-a over the record briefly. January Ist I'roctor began his last enjrage ineut and managerial (season with "1 oclc Tom's Cabin." lie had in Eupport Mrs. Bates and Mri. Stewart. The Academy (which closed up this year and cea.»e<l to be a theater) win, in the early part of the year, opsu as a melo deon and variety home. At the Metropoli tan, Procter, January 11th, brought out Mrs. \V. K. WiUiums, of Sacramento, iv her debut ir. "Frou Frou." Sho m -..'■• a success, and thereafter frequently appeared. G;ace Green wood lectured at the Coiis:re o'aiional0 'aiional (Church od the 28th. Proctor held on at the Metro politan with his old company all winter and into the spring. In March he brought out the spectaculir "Bad Pocket Book," and it had a lonj rur. March C h he produced William Bausman's play, " Early Califor nia," aud it proved a marked succo-s and had a run. March 21 it, for the benefit of the Howards, State Setator W. W. Pendegast made hia dat>ut as Richelieu, and with pronounced success. March 25th, Mrp. L I. L. Adams, a tr&vellar, lscturod ia a church. March 27th, Grace Green wood a^iin. March 30 L h, Mrs. J. B, Front lect ured iv the theater on woman suffrage. March 2Sth. Mrs. W. A Anderson of Sac ramento had a b«neht, appearing as Eiley O'Connor in the " <Jj!l«ea B»wn,"*Bup- F orted by H. O. White. April lit, .Jennie KciiHrth had a benefit. April 3J, Proctor reopened the honce with Wh-'atleigh and Sallie Hiiokit v for six nights. April 20 :h he returned from the country wilh tha sstne. Vivian, Mrs, Judi'.h, Mm. Sjunilers tad Harry Edwarde. April 25:h to 27th, Alii burn's combination from the SaE Francisco Alliambra, a good variety company, J. H. Milburn, Miss L. Milburn, Heywood, Kiy nolda Broe. and others. May 6th, McUul lous>h took the theater atid brrught ont the [ " Palace of Truth " with fine eceoery and the California Theater Company, including Rose Evans, Maria M»jil!en and Mile. Venturali. It ran well fcr a wetk Msy 13th, E. O. Bert brought out Lotta, Bupplemente 1 by Robert Craif. They played a week. May 20th to 83d, Ms- Evoy's Hibernicon. May 27th to 30;h, Eui ersoii'a minstrels. June 14:h to 15*b, M»y E. Wadsworth, a Oaliforois-develop^d vocil i*t, in Italian opera, wilh M-s. G. T. Evabtt. Bianchi. Mau'-u i si<l other?. Juae l'.Khto, 22d, the Swito BsU-Biocen (Berbers) and S;l Smith Ruve'l, the humoriot. June 25 ,b. en teraintnent fur the ben^tic of the Ssven'fa street M. E. Church, by l^c*l talent, includ ing Mr?. Willi»>i ?, Mrs. L. H. Fcote, Albeit Hart, J. W. Coffret", Mr. acd Mr». H. R. Lewi* ar.d others, iv :» luerary a:u' muiic»l programme. July 4-.h snd sth,. a variety company. July iGth and 24th, Edith o'iior n»n, the escaped nun, lectured in the theater. On the 19sli ar.d 20ib. Mf.r.-hall & Co. played a Japanese troup? of ina^ijiaar, acrobats and Imjfltw. Au*tut 19;u ad 24th, (J-crge Francis Train ("the next President of the United States ") lectured in the theater, Hep teti! or st*\ Anna M'hlfc ?avoapiann itc'tal. Shi had Vcrnor. Lincoln sa teuor, Atiii;.}, H itdigaL', ceiloist, und Erai! Ctrsmaj, vi>. hiiia.. Proctor, on September 10th, brought nnt J. C. Williamson, John Wilson, Charles Edmnndg. E. N. Thayer, K»te Dcnnin Minnie Walton, Mrs. Charles Edmunds Jennie Ritffarth aud Bjlle Ch»pa:an. The Academy was this month opened as a utlod -63D. Proctor ran his hound to October 14,b adding E. T. Stetfon, with bis " N-.ck and Neck" sensational drama, Msggie Moore (now Mrs. J. C. Williamson) and l'\ M. Kitea. The seanon closed on the 14th No^ vember 20th W. H. Smith ard H. L. M.irri »jn openoi the Metropolitan with " Haz«d," written by Frank Hug#ey, and iD which he appeared supported by Blancne Clifton, the Australian vocalht and comedieLne. At the Congregational Church Joaqi'iu Miller'a dis carded wifp. Minnie Myrtle Miller, lectured. November 25th Msguire brought out Biker and Earron and the California lib strain for a week. Oa the 30 h, at the Cnrgrepational Church, was given "An Evening with the Poets," by Iraogene Holbreok. cf Boston, a«si*ted by Nellie G. H-.lbrook (Mrs. Charlts H. Blum), of San Francis Go. December sth, Finnic MwstoD, Miss T. Mitchell, A. Cor- Held, F. F. Nourse and Fred G. Carneg ap peared in opera. December ti h, Minnie Myrtle Miller s^ain. December 23J to 'ilith, Mafcuire closed the year with Biker and Farroa and the California Minstrels. LETTERS TO GENERAL STONEMAN—SUN DAY LAWS VINDICATED. My Dear General : In my former letter I disposed of some preliminary matters which were essential to « fair mutual un derstanding of the business in hand. I shall now enter on a defense of the wisdom and propriety of Sunday laws in general. I confess that the existing Sunday laws in California are not such as I would like to see, and if you were pledged to the repeal of the existing laws in order to the enact ment of better ones, I should feel strongly inclined to give yon my vote. But such is not tha case. The Convention which nom inated you pledged you in favor of a repeal of the existing Sunday laws on the ground that such laws are improper, as partaking of the nature of sumptuary laws. The at tempt to identify them with sumptuary laws I have already refuted, and it now remains to show that Sunday laws are just and proper. The tirst step to be taken is to clear away a lot of misapprehensions and mis representations which have been thrown around the subject, partly, no doubt, from design, but in part, also, from the lack of detinue, clear-cut perceptions. In this discussion I waive for the present all advantages I might derive from the divine origin uf the Sabbath. All that I shall assume or insist upon is that the im- j mense majority of Jews and Christians be- | lieve it to be a divine institution. Even in | the San .lose Convention there were IG7 members who so believed, and who had the courage of their convictions. It is not on that ground alone, however, that we rely for our vindication of Sunday laws. The advocates of Sunday laws concede that in this, as in every other free cjuntry, j^JvVi'' Xa^tii^li!^ I f'S"* 8 with his felluw citizen'*, a«: stiu.U s*4fc?' Bamo B*«"* before the hw. Wo also uS^^" d late the idea of jiiiy connection of ( laiTl!* fliii^: State, in t)» sense of a legal establishment of r«ii(.u.». in any form or denomination thereof, la this country no form of relig ion can lie by law established ; no relig ious test for voting or holding office can be iniposeil, n<»r, by parity of reasoning, can any :rreli^i«.s or intldel test be imposed. No preference cau lawfully be given to the members of one religious denomination above another ; nor can any preference be accorded to those of other forms of belief, or of no belirf, over those who do believe j in the Christian religion. There is prob. ably not a teot or denomination in the ■ country whie'i desires any such distinc tion ; and curtainly the others would never concede it. It is not pretended by the advocates of Sunday law i.iat any man can or should be forced to contribute to the support of any church or of uny religious institution ; nor can he be fo(Ced to attend upon the serv ices of any diurch or religious institution whatsoever. ■ In this country these things are, aud must be, purely voluntary. Every body knows that men cannot bo made re ligious by legal enactment, and it is not the object of Sunday liws to do so. We admit that every man is at liberty to regu late his conduct and life according to his convictions or conscience, provided he doe? not violate the law of the land or infringe upon the rights and liberties of anybody •Im. These principles have not been extorted from the church by unbelieveis ; they are fundamental principles of the churches themselves, and were thence transferred to the State. Keligious people and church people have done more and suffered more, than all the world besides, in behalf of these principles. And no men in the world are so ready to defend them as those who are the firmest advocates of Sunday lawa. i And I believe the simple statement of these principles will remove the doubts aud dilli culties in most honest minds in reference to Sunday laws. Let moet of your foreign born citizens, especially Germans, French | and Italians, see* that no connection of ! .church and state is intended, that they are | cot thereby required to profess any form of religious belief, to attend any church services, or contribute to their support, and most of their objections will vanith. In fact, I believe that all objections to Sun day laws are based on considerations en tirely foreign from their true intent and operation. Tee Christian Sabbath is, however, not moro a religious than a civil institution. A Eevcnth day's rest from labor is a part of the constitution and course of nature, and is essential to the physical, moral and j srcial well being of society. This is now j so geuerally acknowledged that I will not detain you with arguments in its defense. But the Sabbath, in this civil aspect of it, I becomes a proper Bubj^ct of legislation. ] We are therefore bound to insist on the maintenance and faithful execution of the laws enacted for the protection of the Sab bath. Not that men are to be made re ligious by law, Dor that they should be compelled by law to attend upon church services or contribute to their support, but that they should abstain from all unneces sary business and from all barbarous and noisy amusements or demonstrations on that day. This civil Sabbath, this cessa tion from worldly business and from all barbarous and boisterous demonstrations on that day, is what the civil government in all Christian States is bound to enforce. Became — 1. Every laboring man hag an inalienable j and God-given right to rest from labor one I day in seven. And he needs to be by law j protected in the enjoyment of this right agaiußt the avarice and injustice both of individuals and corporations. Let the workingmen of California vote for the re peal of the Sunday laws, by voting for you, sir, and very soon nearly every man who works for another, or for a company, and who has not control of his own time, andya host of men who are in business on their own account, from the force of unscrupu lous competition, will be compelled to labor, yar in and year out, for seven days in a week, without rest or recreation. And ultimately they will have to work seven day?, with no rest, for the wagea of six. For the same insatiable greed that would extort seven days* labor in a week, by combining could easily forze a reduction of wages, so tl<at the plaves in their employ would get no more for seven days' work than they got now for six. Kvery labor ing man, therefore, and every conscientions business man, has the most powerful in centive to vote gainst you, irrespective of party affiliatiom. 2. There is another and higher reason in this, that the immense major' tv of the people in every civilized community be lieve that such a seventh day's rest is tta command of God. Yon will pleaee to notice that I do not raise the question whether this is the command of God or not. It is enough that I believe that it is so, as do most ofthepeople in this coun try ; aii'l as ag as they bellCVe i*, ttWnd* their conscic cc. And these conscientious convictions c entitled to the protection of law. The p >ple should cot be expoeed to the liability f being forced to violate their conscience. They should be protected by law from te extortionate greed and avarice of v scrupulous men and corpora tions. If t ty are not it will be in the power of c ah men to oppress them, by discriminati g against them, and in favor of others w j axe more unscrupulous. 3. I firm believe that the protection of the Sabbatl «s a civil institution, to say nothing noi of its religious character, is | essential to he preservation of oar free in stitutions, i dof the peace and v/elbeing of society. 1 9 indispensable condition of social ordei in a free country ij good mor als among Ihe people. And no one can question th fact that a day of rest, at reg ular inten is, with its opportunities fcr refreshmen clean clothes, recreation and iuslruction is one of the chief safeguards of virtue a i intelligence among the peo ple. Kven fwe admit that inor&Kty could long be pr« arved rrithont religion, which lam very r irom admitting, it is ueqaea- f DAILY HECOKD-rSiIOX SEKIKS. I VOI. XV.-SO. 138 tionable that religion exerts a favorable in fluence on morality. Now it is a notorious fact that nino-tenths of the people derive nearly all their religious knowledge and training from the services of the Sunday school and the Church. But if the Sab bath be denied the protection of law, mul titudes of the people will soon be deprived of those opportunities for moral, social and religious culture, and become & prey to the scltiah greed of unscrupulous men and soul less corporations. And when this is ac complished, the night of ignorance, brutal ity and barbarism is at hand, and the end of free institutions not far off. It is vain to pretend that mankind, through the instinct of self-preservation aud__self intereet, will secure to themselves a day 61~ rest without legal enactments. On this point I cannot forbear recalling to your mind the language of Judge Field, in the opinion already adverted to. He says : ' The position assumes that all men are independent, and at liberty to wovk when ever they choose. Whether this be true or not in theory, it is false in fact ; it is contradicted by every day's experience. The relation of superior and subordinate, master and servant, principal and clerk, always have and always will exist. Labor is in a great degree dependent npon capital, and unless the exercise of the power which capital affords is restrained, those who are obliged to labor will not possess the freedom for rest which they would otherwise exercise. The law steps in to restrain the power of capital. Ita object is not to protect those who can rest at their pleasure, but to afford rest~f o those who need it, and who, from the condition of society, conld net otherwise obtain it. Its aim is to prevent the physical and moral debility which springs from inter rupted labor ; and in this aspect it is a benelioent and merciful law. It gives one day to tho poor and dependent, from the enjoyment of which no capital or power is permitted to deprive them. It is theirs for repose, for social intercourse, for moral culture, and, if they chc ose, for divine worship." With these wise and weighty words of this Democratic Jodgt I close this letter, with the single remark that they have Devef been ans-.vcred and never will be, for they are obviously unanswerable. Very respectfully, your fellow citizen, Wiluam Alexander. WORK WITHOUT HOPE. All nature seems at walk. Slu:;* leave their lair— The bees are Stirring -birds :ire on the wing tod Winter, riambning in the oj.cn air. Wears on bis smiling (ace a dnuo of ipnng ! And I, ths whiie, ihe sole unluwv thin;;. Nor Imney'make, Bo* pair. 11 ir build, nor fcinir, Yet \v»'ll 1 ken thy hank* where amaranths blow, Have traccl the fount whencu sirgaiuj of nectar low. Blconi, O ye amar.i!,ths '. bloom for whom ye ma}. Fur me ye bloom nut ! Glide, rich streams, away ! With lips ui'hrinhten'ii, imsittllras him. Imroll ;" And wfinl.l yea learn the epel.'a thatdf >vac my soul? W'»rji without hi.|-e ilraws nectar in n sieve, AM hope without »n object em not live. — [Coleridge. DEMI-SEMI-QUAVERS. Franz is now <juiie deaf. Alfred Jacll, the pianist, is dead. — 'liit 1 Londoners want to hear .JoselTy. l^**iyju^hc eminent eoug composer is, NOwa is ayain o^!u!?>^" ica neit The Huston baritone, Jos. Claus, iatf 1 " 11 to debut in Milan. G'irnrz, composer of "II < iuarany," ltft * Geno* recently for l'razil. Saphirt Menter continues to be favorably criticised by the European press, Deßgremout is enncertizing in Russia, spite of hie engagements in America. Masico, ih<i Verdi tenor, liaa been ci^^| at., 1 Knight of the Order of the I^fl| Crown. _. Carl Sou has returned from the Conti nent .->nd will remain in London nntil Angntt. It i? hoped thai the monumental Venice to (Joldoni will be iDan^urattd in a few nioaths. Wagnerism is Bpreadiiuj in Italy; uuly Trance hires a' patriotic cold shoulder upon the new (but German) school. London will have a Wagner cyelus of performarcc, w h-. ih not fall far short of the Gerniar. p ;i :.sentation. Djnizetti's "posthumous" work, "II Duca d' Alba," v. ill be peit'ormcd next sea son at the Imperial Opera, Vienna. Ambroiso Thomas' " Mignon," with Ferni (iermano, the heroine, has been per formed at the Teatro A&zoni, Milan. It i» s.iid that Herr Neumann intends inc'.udint; Italy among the countries to bo visited by his "Niebelungen" company. George Grove, the editor of the Diction nnj of Music, is talked of for Director of the new kiyal College of Music in London. The I'hilhannonic Society, Malaga, un der the direction of Regino Martinez, lately celebrated its thirteenth anniversary. The fall and winter of 1882 will proba bly see more eminent prime donne in Americ* than ever were here before at one time. The English trade papers are agitated over the use of false labels on violins. It is useless to attempt a reform in this mat ter. Tha party who buys a violin because of its label only proves h:s ignorance. In consequence of a strike and riot among the orchestra! students of the Taris Con servatoire, the classes r.ro temporarily sus pended, and several students have been ox. paled. This revolt among the etudenti hat novelty, to say the least.. Musi" is often looked upon as nothing but a mere passing enjoyment — something only for the moinent.^s simply a concord of sounds agreeable t6 v^he tar ; but trao art occupies a higher sphene-^h»n this ; and to be able to thoroughly appreciate and en joy it, we mu»t know something of the laws by which it is governed. GENERAL NOTES. Mrs. Larabce, of lowa, is vinitinp Mr;. James Mitchell i-i North Adame, Mass. Thcj are sisters, each ever 30 years old, and never before met. • Nearly 1,(500 pamphlets have lately been stolen from the Ohio Capitol, in Columbus. The pamphlets have been recovered from a junk-dcaLr and the thieves arrested. Tlw cosmopolitan character of Paris is illustrated afresh by the appearance there of a political journal in the Arabic lan guage. Its title is Rt&et et Gktrr/ (The Mornin'j Slur). The Kochester l)r-mon-at says that Capt. Paul Uoyton Eounded the water below the upper Genesee I'al'.s, and found it over 70 feet in depth. He made a -.. under the falls for Sim Patch's bones, but failed to find even a vestige. The Philadelphia Beeord reports one George Holgate, of that city, as saying that he haa made the clock-work "infernal machines " found in Atlantic steamers and on English wharves during the past tw« years ; tiiat they were made for the Irish ; that it was cash on delivery, and he asked no questions. A Georgia man, !>U friends thought, lay fatally ill, and they went to Augusta and bought a nico suit of clothes in which to bury him. List Monday the Georgia mau went to the game store .md exchanged the suit for one better suited to the nse of a healthy and vigorous man, such as he has become. King Menelcck, of ( hoa, recently tent to ! M. Grevy a rare species of zebra, which the French President in turn presented to I tbe Jardin dcs i'lantes. Unfortunately the ; creature soon died of apoplexy, but is has I be«n staffed, and will shortly appear in the i museum under the name of "Le Zcbre de Portions of the old rf!m which stood on Boston Common have been placed as relics in Independence Hall, Philadelphia. They . »uic rented by the Board of Aldermen I the tree and a polished veneer of the I wood, upon which is photographed a pict ure of the tree as it stood before it fell. During the year 1831 no fewer than 277 human bodies were found in the Thames, and in more than one- half of the cases ecr eners' juries were unable to express any opinion as to the caiue of death. That un | detected murder is the solution of many of ! these mysteries of the river is a perfectly natural but a very disagreeable ufiection. S.ck, lame and lazy people, whe were | hoping to ascend Banker Hill monument in an elevator during the present year must furthar postpone that patriotic enterprise. At the annual meeting of the i association it was officially announced that considerations of expense had caused the I placing of an elevator in the monument to " It was my wife's misforluna to be '.aid -up with rhenmatixm," writes Peter Bailie t, Alex a tiler, Ksn , "(bat alie could cot sleep b«- I c U43 •"' 'te pa'^i and could not move her I• ni T?re« days' u -a of St. Jacobs Oil enrtd I ncr, as I can prove to any one* aatiffkctkn."