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jjgg DAILY RECORD-UNIQK.
Eiilcrc.l at the Putt Office inSac-ancmo as second dass matter
PUBLISHED BY XHK
Sacramento Publishing Company.
W«. H. MILLS, «,. neral Mauager.
Pabllc&tlon Office, Third »t., bel. J and K.
0 THE DAILY Hit Olitl-I MO.V
Itliabiuticd e7orj uay of the week, Sundays excepted.
J'or one rear «£ 00
rcrjti month*. g {0
l'ortiiree months 1 00
Hubscrihera serred by Carrion at Firrixs
'JEXT^ iwr week. In all Interior cf tic* and ton m tn«
P*p*r can be bad of the principal Periodical Dealers.
fletanen aud Amenta.
AtSvrrll.lax Kates In Dally Record-In lon.
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One Squnn-. 2 times. '„ 1 n
One Square, 3 times. 1 60
KacL additit/nal time. !. 60
1 Week. 1 Weeks. 1 Month
Half Squai% lit page $2 50 «3SO *5 OS
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Star Notl»S> to follow reading matter, twentr-fire
"to a Unof.* each Insertion.
A.lvcrvj'-i-K/ntr' ■ 1 Hituationa Wanted, Homes to I<*.
■> '■-■ .«. etc ,of rivE msh oe low, wIUIm-
Inaertvd In lUe Dai i.v Kkoobd-Fsioh v follows :
£S»« H »c 25 cent*
Tbn>"!';ii. g , COcenti.
One wc.k 76eent»
DevGa wordr to oomtitutc a line.
THE WEEKLY I MO*
[Published In scmi-weeklr parts]
Is Israedon Wednesday and Saturday of each week,
comprising Ei;,ht Pagtn in uach issue, or Sixteen Pagot
jach we k, and is the cheapest and most ik-sU,.l,!i-
Hume, N\ -■ j ,:id Literary Journal published on the
Pacffi : c< >a t
Terms. One Ycai S3 50
Beml-TVi-«blr Inl.n AdverlKlug lute*.
naif Square, 1 time « OC
Kaohvlijitional time X
OneSniare. 1 tlmo 1 00
Each additional Urns 1 00
WANTED, LOST AND FOUND.
Advrtißonir oui of h?e Uses iv this departmental*
OMU^I (or 26 cent* for one time ; throe turn* tot U.
at r.u or 75 cents per week.
WANTED -A FANCY GOODS SALESMAN.
> pply 1 1 Mi chanics' .Store. au!2 3t
WANTED-GOOD CANVASSERS, TO TAKE
subscriptions for a live book Apply to W
A. Si C. S. HOUGHTdN, 01f> J street, Sacramento. '
aul2-lw
WANTED-A MIDDLE-AGED LADY FOS
general huusowork in email family ; roust be
a gool piain cook and neat ; steady place and good
wage*. For full partisan), address A. J. HENRY.
Colfai, Cal. aulO-lw
SITUAT-ON WANTED-A STRONG YOING
man, just from Germany, wishes to learn a
trade, and v willing to make himself generally use
ful, at low wages. Address FREDERICK WIXDKR,
William Tell House. auB-lw'
WANTED-A NO. 1 WAGONMAKER, WHO
understands painting, as a partner, to engage
in business in a thriving railroad town. T!ie capital
needed is email, and the right kind of a man will be
assisted. Inquire at this office. auStf
VKTANTED — TfENTr-FIVE WOMEN TO
T T work at canning. Apply to Capital Packing
Company, Noa 77 and 79 Front street. >u7-tf
WANTED.
MALE— I FEMALE—
12 Ranch Hands, 2 Women Cooks,
6 Milkers, 8 Girls for Housework
4 Waiters, »nd Laundry Women
5 Tcimniers. 3 Waitc Girls,
Yen to Pick Fruit, 0 Nurse Girla.
3 Blacksmiths.
Apply to HOI.STON & CO.'S Employment Office,
Fourth and X streets. jyl3lptJ
JTO LET QB~FOB SALJ^
td»6r'.u;jaicoU of. live Hot* to tlus department are
Lisertod for 25 ceuts for one tizge; XLujq ti<oe« for X
oeuu o: 76 cents per neck.
Itior salk cheap— the ureat stkam
' Levee Buildii.ff Machine, formerly known as
the Qwynn Dredger, now at work in the Pienon
District, Sioramsuto c^utty. It is in splendid
working order and cipiM. of building 600 yards of
levee daily. Apply to GEjRGE o. batk«, i»-~»
vie»«"- aul2lw #
I7JOR SALE, VEI'.Y CHEAP-ONE OF THE
most desirable corner lots in the city ; above
the grade, with sidewalks complete. Apply at
Artificial Stone Works, on the premises, northeast
uor. Truth ando ft*., to MKLi.KK .V SON. ai>!).2w*
a^J^v ACKK.S OK FINELAND.WITU LIV-a-m
■*_? inf.' water, for s»le : best bargain in W*
the f.M.-; well improved ; three miles from -X.
railroad station, auu in sight of State Capitol. Se.'
T. L. ACOCK, 904 Sevquh street. auS-lm'
"I A7/I J ACRES FOR SALE-FINESTjftjL
X\f I dairy ranch m California. All of it VW
pro.lu.i-s corn, alfalfa, etc; well improved ; -A.
one-half mile from railroad depot. Price iM per
— W- gcaJT-_L. ACOCK, W< Seventh street'.ausim'
IT^ARM FOR SALE-EtGHTY ACRES FIRSTaa«
; qua'ity of land, fenced hog tight, in six <SSW
fields ; g.»d house and burns ; 8 acres beariiiu-i—
mostly Muscat grape* ; 3SO fiuitbearing troca
HTROBEU 321 J utreet. aus «t&swltW'
tIRUIT RANCH FOR SALE -lwTACRF.sii'
JL 1 of One foothill laiul, two mile* from New. IBS
o»stle. Has 1,850 i«.-a:h trees, I.QCO plum aiul -i~
pnine trees, -JuO lUrtlctt pear trees ; about 200
apple. 30) almond, 25 cherry, 25 orange trees and
about ten acres ■ f MusMtel trapes. Good house
and barns, with all necessary oatbuildinra • living
water on the pla c, and the Bear river dit'eh runs
KssfiL tll ° lan ' 1 ; e For P irt ' e u'»" »ppiy to s.
DWYtU, cornr of Sixteenth and J Mreot/, Sacra
mento, or to J. C. BOGGS, Sheriffs office, Auburn
au3 lplm'
ORLEANS HOTKL 5 FIRST-CLASS FUR
■iMhol and unfurnished rooms to let to gentle
men or families by the day, week or month 1018
Second street, between J and K. MRS H W OGG
Proprietress. ' » U 2tf '
»>/\ ■ ACRES FOR SALE-CHOirr. rnßg^T
O" 1 (nut, vineyard or grazing ■ well vW
watered and fenced ; title, U. S. patent ; loca--"^—
ted one mlie from railroad station. Apply to W
M. HATCH, Tenth and J streets, Sacramento or to
W. A. PATTERSON, Stockton, Cal. auilm
TO LET- THE TIIIRD STORY OF THE FIRST
Regiment Airaory, Sixth and L streets It is
sjM^Uar^'- adapted for Loditc lloocnn, anil will be
P^Baeled to suit. Ipquire at this office. J»3I-tf
T>AMS FOR SALE— 3OO THOK
JV oughbrod aud graded Spanish
Merino Rams for sale. Bred from nkaMJaM'
the first importation of Suaniah Wm^^W\M,
Merino Sheep to Calit.>rnia, in 1854. SBwH^DHb
Thoroughbred and high grade Ewes fur sale Prices
reasonable. MRS. E. McCONNKLL, WILSON, Elk
Qrovc, Sacramento county, Cal. JyJ»-6«r*
C^MKAT BARGAINS.— BY REASON OP ILL
f health I will ucll at once, at private tale and
at extremely low figures, a house aud two full l >ta
in this city, forty head of fine livery horeos, \.« c k«
buggies, sulkies, buckboards, double and r'nakhu
new, saddlca, lap-robes, etc. Will go! I »n tomS«
or any item separately. Terms— One-fthh cuth ami
balance on five years' tine If desired. aSrfonw
CHANGS TO JAKE MONEX !
THE SECf.ND AND THJRD STORIES C f thf
Arcade Building on Se.x>ndstieet r J«J n J
and X, euntaiDius over thirty unfu- rj'uihiHi fln#
newly-flni«hed rooms. WU! beVenlej together °m
VAUIftLE PROPERTY FOE SALE.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR{£ft
sale his »ell known Brewery, estal. l^i^ij
lisned at North San Juan, Cal. su 11 iie»l MmSfc
a the gTeat mining region cf CaliforniirK^jo:
lished in ISSd, a;.d supplying a large section of cuun
trj'. Cjmplete in every detail for the manufacture
of a good article of Beer. A large spring supplies
the 1 rewery with cool water. With the propcriv
will be sold the good will of the business, wagoni
hoives. and everything nrcessaiv to carry on » first'
class business. Also residence «nd the title to eight
acres of land, almust entirely under cultivation. AU
r>»re ins desirini; such property, aildnw G. W.
KOCH, North San Juao, or inquire on the premise*.
au*2 4plm
FOR SALE.
rpiiK souTnwF.sr quarter of skctiox
jl 19, t <*u»!i.|i 11 north, ramje 7 east, situaud
at Rocklln, Plict-r cjunty. 23 miles from S«cram- cvi
City, on whion ar» two Granite ouirrics • situitrd
alongside the C. P. R R. track. J. H. SCLLIYaN
Real Esute and Insurance Agent, 331 J street. Sac!
rmaaanto. Cal. aul-tf
FOR SALE.
Q I AA UJHPtOt LAND, LYING FlVnfflMa
♦>. I. Vlf miles east of Marysvill* ; 2.000WT
acres thereof i:i L ! m d and under cultivation,—»
the remainder growing up in young timber ' rood
house, bams, orchards, tie. The' well has the' fines'
drinking water la the valley. If not wanted for
larnung, it is oae of the best stock ranches in the
county, and will be sold cheap enough to Justify its
use for su«:k only. Possession given September 1
183 i For further information inquire of the Sacra^
tasnto Btnk, Sacramento. California. iySS-lai
FARM FOR SALE.
I^JR SVL'.t— l6o ACRES OF EXCELLENTjsjm,
t> farming and g-jiien land, situited ir.SlB
X*** 1 county, four miles southeast of New- "'""
There are on tha plice a commodioos. haxJ
fluished hous?, a frnit hoa^e, a well of cxnilaat
water, p'.enty of timber, 3 acres of orchard S Xfrcs
of vineyard, all varieties of berries, fc Title pe
feet For carticulars inquire of BESRYMITCKtLI
Newcistla. JSBS-1W
A RARE BARGAIN
FJR HOTEL MEV.— A ■ FIRST CLASS^K*^.
UOTtL, liaving a good business offCiil
transient customers, is offered FOR BALE.EJL
VEKY ChE«P.,j utK , n wy urnt^'FZi
Three-story Bnck Euildinsr, cotitaininz 3S room«
newly furnisbei throughout, with all modern Km'
•veniences, and in excellent condition Is ■' "
10..-ited in Ihs foothills, upon the CcntrJ Pain-
Railroad, within a short ride from Sacramento and
San Francisco, and in the beat climate for invalid*
iv the Stale. Apply to FRED. D. GRIFFITH-) IT
LI N'DLEY & CO.'S, Sacrameuto, Cal. }ejM?w
MONEY TO LOAN
ON REAL ESTATE, AT A LOW RATE OF IN
tan*, by PKTKB BOHL, K6 J itwet.mnltl
SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
fIALE BEOS, «k 00.
"CASH BUYING-!"
VBRSXJS
"SKILLFUL BUYING 1"
In debating this question, it would he necessaiy for the advocate
of the "SKILLFUL BUYER" to shut Mb eyes to the qualification of
the "CASH BUYER," and assume that the latter, though his Gash
be the fruits of long years of patient labor and the result of a
successful business career, he is now devoid of that discrimination
and judgment that has characterized him in the past. Blindly
assuming this, the "SKILLFUL BUYER" loudly proclaims his wisdom
in waiting until the end of the season before making his purchases
in the San Francisco market, overlooking the fact that the GASH
BUYER, who buys for five stores direct from headquarters in the far
East, can better afford to sell at a discount than can the San Fran
cisco Jabbers, whether in or out of season.
11l Xt THEN 18 THE SEASON WHY
HALE BROS. & CO.

CAN AFFOKD TO DISPOSE OF ALL THEIK SUMMER GOODS, AT FKICKS
SO HI (II
SAN FRANCISCO WHOLESALE PRICES.
That suck is the case can be easily demonstrated by paying
one visit to
Hales Summer Clearance Sale
The prices at which we are selling
SILKS AND DRESS GOODS
*V JLAiXI JrXw\# JCJ JL JB3LJh.E9«
THE PRICES AT WHICH WE AXE SELLING
Table Linen and Towels
THE PRICES AT WHICH WE AXE SELLING
OI.OTHING
WILL FXfcO'VXI THIS.
THE PKICES AT WHICH WE AXE SELIIM.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Wir-H, PROVE THIS !
TfilS WJSSE we have reduced the prices oo all LADIES' HECK
WSAR, and as our stock includes nearly e\ery Etyle now in use,
Lidiss will derive considerable satisfaction in viewing the display on
our Fancy Bog ds Counter. As we are detenninbd to dispose of all
Summer Bood s during this Clearance Sale, we would urge all to take
advantage ri the Immense Reductions made in every Department
throughout the House.
Or d ars bj- Mail receive special attention, and are filled the
day they are received,
HALE BROS. & CO.,
829, 831, 333, 835 E street,
— ASD
1026 NINTH STREET, SACRAMENTO.
SACRAMENTO. MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1882.
MISOELLANEOag.
Palmer & Sepulveda,
DRUGGISTS,
Northeast Corner Second and X streets, Sacramento.
Special attention given to Compounding Prescriptions— ac-^nfl
curacy and absolute purity guaranteed. Tft
li f^r^^y !< '{rwlM^^^]^'^^^f^^?^rP^^' Pliotogrriph Albums,
School Books and School Supplies.
ENVELOPES (all sizee), a very large supply ;
WRITING PAPERS-the best in the market;
BALL PROGRAMMES and MENU CARDS;
PRINTERS' SUPPLIES, of all kinds;
Choice line cf VISITING CARDS.
IW ALL ITL'fS
Nos. 208-210 J street, : : : : : Sacramento.
m29-lptf
W.~P.~ COLEMAN,
No. 325 J street, Sacramento, Oal.
Wm~ MONET TO LOAN IN SIMS FROM $500 UP.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN,
Nearly New ; All Modern Improvements ; Lot Well Graded, and Centrally located.
rol7-lply
FRED. MASON, Q| TJJT TT% Hrt I NO. 518 J STREET,
KAVIPACTIRRR OF S^T sJL sL sJL sL WJL |Vj« SACRAMKSTO.
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE OF CARPETS !
Making Room for the Fall Season.
BrasHeU Carprt, from 67i cents upwards, i Ingrain Carpetii, from 25 cf.it- apwardH.
OT OTHER LINKS IN rUuroitliu.N. uJI
BEN COHEN, Nos. 419 and in J street, Sacramento.
OLDEST BOX FACTOKT O> **■** %JF fnat LATENT IMPROVED
THE PACIFIC COAST. 411 Uft V£n W MACHINERY
KIn.N <>! B..xr« on hand fj \S W F — for
and Hade to Order. *■** M BOX I*KI.VTI>C.
CAPITAL BOX FACTORY CORNER SECOND AND Q STREETS
ii<m><i« i J St., ber. i>ont and Srcomi (next door to W. R. Strong k Oo.) NICHOLS & CO. al7-lp6m
PRESCRIPTIONS!
BOSTON DRUG STORE, srfiu. COMPOUNDED
CORNER THIRD AND J iTS, At W lltlllT , jW UUGIIIiSt, AT AuL HOURS,
gAemMKXT3, cal. | PROPRISTOR. AT REASONABLE RATES.
m«k uikmo. July 11, 1882.
I take pleasure in recommending to my
friends and the public generally, " HAMMER'S
CASCAKA SAGRAVA BITTERS." They have
been of great benefit to me.
J. R. HEATH, Jeweler, 82© J St., Sacramento.
"SAN FBANOISCO CABDS.
SAN FRANCISCO
Business Directory
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Baker A Hamilton-- Importers o( Airncullnrai
Implements and Hardware ; Asrents of the Benicia
A^r'! Works. Junction Market, Pine and Datissts.
Ceorce A. DarU A Co.— Manufacturers' Agents,
827 and 329 Market stroet.
ARTISTS.
Honsewortb— Optician and Photographer, No. 12
Moutgomery street. Established in ISSI.
BELTING. HOSE, ETC.
H. Si. «'oefc— Manufacturer of Leather Belting,
Hose, Lacing, Bullion Batrs, etc., southwest corner
Mark, t and Fremont streets.
BUSINESS GOLLEGEB.
Pacific Baalness Collece and Telegraphic
Institute — (Life Scholarship, f.r (uU Buninesn
Course, )70). W. E. Chamberlain, Jr., and 1 A
Robinson, Proprietors, No. S2O Post street, oppo
site Union Square, S. F-, Cal. Send Ui Circulars.
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
Stndebaker Bros. Manufacturing Co.—Re
pository ,31 Market street. A. H. Liham, Manager.
CARPETS, OILCLOTHS, ETC.
Frank G. Edwards— lmporter and Dealer, Nos.
628 to 634 Clay street, San Francisco.
DRUGS, CHEMICALS.
Jastln Gate*.— Pioneer Drugrfnt, removed to 722
Monigomery st , S. F. Country onion solicited.
EDUCATIONAL.
Rehim! of CItU Engineering, Knr\rj Inc.
Drawiugaud Assaying. 24 Post rt . A. Van der Nailien.
HAT 3.
C. Hemasns A Co.— Manufacturers and Im
porters. No. 3Sti Ktarny st , near Pine. The finest
hats at tho lowest prices. Factory : 17 Belden ot.
hardware, lron, steel, etc.
Carolan, Cory A C«.— lmporters of Hardware,
Iron aud Steel. Agents fur the Pittsburg Steel
Works, Northwestern Horse Nail Company, and
Southington Cutlery Co. lies. 1» aud 122 Front
street, and Nos. 117 and 119 California street
■arena <. flairley A Co.— lmporters of Hard
ware and Agricultural Implements, Nos. SOl, 333,
806, 307 and 309 Market street, S»n Francisco
RESTAURANTS.
■wala*i Vanlly Bakery end Pining.
Saloon— No. (36 Market street. Wedding cakes,
Ice cream, oyster*, jellies, etc.. constantly <yi hand.
Families supplied.
RUBBER AND OIL GOODS.
The Cntta Per;ha and Knbber Manufact
uring Company — Manufacturers of Rubber Gooes
of every description. Patentees of the celebrated
" Maltese Cross Brand " Carboliicd Hose. Corner
First and Market streets. J. W. Taylor, Manager.
STATIONERS, PRINTERS, .ETC.
■■ 8. Crocker A Co. — Importing and Macufact
or! ng Stationers, Printers and Lithographers, Nos.
215. 217 and 219 Bush street, above Sacsome.
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
Tab* r. Barker A Co.— lmporters and Wholesale
Grocers, Nos. 108 aad 110 California stroet.
SACRAMENTO REOORD-UNION.
Ita Fraael«e* Ofllrr. So. 8 Sew Sloatsosn
ery street (Palace Hote;).— J. H. Sharpe, Agent.
WIL00X& WHITE 0&0A.W3
— — at VAoaaoons or
>•. tu J s<j«c<... ■■rrntrato
JsT Sold on the Icstaulment plaa. Orders (or
TVNINO prompt!) atMndsd to. ts» Ipla
raurrs,~SEEDß and psodu qj. .
W. R. STRUNG & CO.,
Wholesale Commission Merchant*
un> dialer ra ill r-:.t>s or
(JAXIFOBKIA GKKKK 4ND B&1ED ntFITT
NtTIS, HONEY, feEED
Ax.il General Merchandise.
*sf* All orders promptly attended to. Ac'dres) :
W. R. STRONG & CO.,
■iH-lplm Nos. J, 8 and 10 J street. Sacmmento
4. KOOBSS. B. SIBSoa
S. GERSON & CO.,
GENERAL COiDIISSION MESCHAKTS, ASP
Dealers Id
Imported and Dasnestle Frnils, Teceta
bleK, NiiiH, Et«v
No. 220 J street, between Second nd Third. Sacra
mjnto. au2-lm
LYON & BARNES,
ftOIUtISSION MERCHANTS AND DEAL£Bi) IN
Prodnee, Vesetaoles, Butter, Ekss. Cbeeao.
Pcoltry, Green and Dry Fruits, Boney, Beans, etc
ALFALFA SEED'
MT Potato* In c&r-load lets or less.
Jv23-lptf| No*. 51 and 83 J street.
(Established 1853.)
lUBIKS 1. 9RCOORT. TBWH GHSJOKT.
GREGORY & CO.
(Successors to J. Gregory),
COMMISSION ME:iCHANT3 AND WHOLESALE
Dealers in PRODUCE AND FRITT.
Nos. 1«« and 188 J street
Jy2llptf Sacramento, Cal.
FRUIT DEALERS,
HAVreO BEMOVED TO MoSK COMMODIOFS
premises, we have enlarged our stock. We
offer yon cho c Apples, free from worms, Lemons,
Limes, Oranges, Dried Fruits, Nats, Dates, Canned
Goods, etc., at very low prices.
M. T. BREWER \ CO.,
100« to 1010 Second street, between J and X, Basra
mento. jeM-Af
D. C.USKSAHDI. HB. CMJtIOU.
D. DESERNARDI & DO«
WHOLESALE JOHXIS3IOH SULIRS »
Butter. E^gs, Poultry, Vegetables.
Pntit. Flab, aad General Produce.
Nos. 308 and 310 Kst,...[ar27-lpln,]. . Sicramento.
X" OT72sr*p.^L x ixr
STABLES,
J St., bet. Tenth and Eleventh.
THI3 ESTABLISHMENT HAS RE- Jk_
centlv changed hapds, and will herein Vn
alter be conducted as a first-class Livery," * "
Feed and Sale guble. Thirty-lire fine Horses and
first-clam Rigs of kil kicdt, indudinfr Hacks, for
hire.
0T STABLES KEPT OPEN DAT AND NIGHT.
Several good Horses for na'e Also, good new
Kastcrp Carnagres at remarkably low figures.
jelO-«pirr «X». McDAMEL. Proprietor.
PIONEER UVERY STABLE.
T. D. SCIirVEK Propriety.
HACKS ON CALL AT ANT HCTJR t {S»^
day or nicnt. Coupes, Phaetons, jafcl
aways, Baronchea, Bs^gies, with the <J* />»
best roadsters to be found in any livery stable or
the coast, for hire. Hones kep in livery at reason
able rates. L!v»t Btablas on oorth stnet, be
t«een I and I m
Germania Building and Loan
ASSOCIATION.
rpHE STOCKHOLDERS O» THE FIRST SERIES
t ut the Germania Building and Loan Associa
tion are hereby notified to meet at the office. No.
lOCS Fourth street, on MONDAY, August Uth, be
tween the totm of 1 to 3 ?. « , tv nurreader thtir
stock and receive the full value thereo'.
C. WEISEL, President.
11. J. GoarHs, Secretary. aoll-3t
PH|
h|s^, THE GREAT
FOR
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell*
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frostec
Feet and Ears, and all other
Pains and Aches.
No Preparation on earth equals St. Jacom Oi»
as a tn/f, cure, gimple aud cl.rnp Elterna
Remedy. A trial entails but the comparative])
trifling outlay cf oO Cents, and every one >uffcrin"?
with pain can bare cheap and poaitiTa proof of in
claims.
Directions in Eleven Languages-
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AXD DEALEES
IN MEDIOIKE.
A. VCGELER tfe CO.,
llaltimore. 3T,1.. V, S. _
~SUMM£R~IIESOKTS7
Ocean Villa,
&A-!SJIC^S. C3EZTJT3Z.
■pERSOSSVISITINGTHESEA-
side town of Santa Cruz wil'BfcH^BHißK
Jlrul s'i]>ori r ( itim.,..i .t=^..- j s>*.-^_'j fj^J^-rl
(food board, and easy access to the beach from this
popular resort. Rare facilities for boating, fishing
and bathing. G. H. BLISS, Proprietor.
Jy22-4plm
SUMMER HOME FAEM
IS SITUATED IN TUX WAUM . >«,-v-.
fruit belt of the Santa Cmz jfcffW-.- \
mountains, gurroundod by rod- Ok' : •
wood forertu, deep and riiu:--iniii:gl*}-ftf'MM t
canons and delightful mountain^asißCS
drives ; the location bcinu stiven miles iiii&nd from
Santa Uruz, aff >rdn a ilsnglilfiil oUsnsta, Snimmicg
baths oa toe pUu-e ; eoaoh ?oea to Sa:iti Cruz three
ti&es a week. |Ma( piugts saa U.'.liiiij{ ; fare for
round trip, $1. A commodious hotel 'and cosj- cut
ta^t-s have been erected ; table supplied with aa
abundance of cream and fruit. I - - 1 1 >- connection
ma<le by coach with the 2:30 r. si tra'.M of the South
Pacific Co%i.t (Narrow Gau^e) Hailroad at Olenwood.
Board, $10 per week Address,
J. \V. DeWOLFE,
JalO-4ptf Clcnwood, Santa Cruz Co.
HOT SULPHUE SPEIIiGS,
.(Via Cali«loKa), Lake County.
RICHARD WILLIAMS. r.-.. U ii««r.
I^OR HEALTH, BLOOD AND 4y«ji'->-N
* Recreation, no place U better MxL
suited to Sacramento Valley people B j.'/tSA.
Ju.y Ist, the Meridian Sulphur^^" 1 _2»WSS-
Batha, 108*.
Oood accoinmodi>tion for campers and best ac
commodations for families and invalids.
Board prr TTt ell From .Sl2 to *!'.
HtuKe from <Jall»loza $3
. le-?3 i; ".us
HOT MINEEAL SPEIN6S.
SITUATED 16 MILES EAST . MLn-~^
of St Helena, in Pope valley, jfefi'^sVZ-i—'
Nap» county. These waters closely ■P^' 'Jy'Nk'
rvMinble the Fins ot Germnny in PI J^fffjt^j^,
analysii and salutary effects. Wacs*±2|S«*S-
They have cured many cases of Hi art, Kldnry,
Spinal and livrr nisea»e« ; also, W.vm
|M-p<.la. J.iun.lii i-. rMrnlj.l-, Kr.v-.lp- !:■■.
Bhramatlam, Brlatlca. >c>urai. I.:, tiraerul
)>r lilllr y. Bi-onchll l> and Paliuouari loin
plainly In ttarlr carl; utacrs.
Sec pamphlet descriptive of aualysis and eir»s u.t
the office of J. A. BAUER, Esq., chemist and
apotbecaiy, 101 Post street, San Francisco.
Board and Bnlhi 9\l per week.
The -Etna Sprines stages will leave the depot at
St. Helena daily upon the arrival of the eire at 11:30
A. M. People leaving San Francisco at a. m. will
reach the Springs at 4 p. m.
t3~ FAKE, $>.
>V. H. LIDELL, Proprietor.
Lidell PostolTiee, Ivapa county, Cal. Ji;27-«p2ni*
UOT AMI €OL»
MINERAL SPRINGS,
LAKE C3UNTY. CAL., MRS. A. HEISCH, Proprietress.
fTVIESESPRIXGS.FOURTEEN i^^t,!-^-.
J In number, ere justly cele- JKL*£^^r i_^?
bratc-d for curing Dr. ■pay, X '"'*"■ ffi[ i^f t "*^Sf
matism, Gout, Female I) iseages, VUfftP, WMt-
Citiirrh, Dyspepsia, Dysentery, *•*-- 'tStttES-
Costi\enesg, Scr.-fula, Asthma, Salt Rheum, Liver
and Kidney Complaints and Mum Dise:uiei>. t'hillH
and Fever a specialty. BOARD, ROOM and BATH
$10 PER WEKK. Passengers will be mtt at Lower
Lake on Monday. Wednesd»y and Friday; and on
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at Glcnbrook.
t3T Stages leave CalisUi^a daily on arrival of
doming trains. jel3 4ptf
-AJlen Springs,
LAKE COUNTY, CAL.
rpHIS WELL- KNOWN RESORT « yWVj— v-v
I is now opt n for tlie rect ption M^^%T »\
of guests. The most ■'—=-■' '■■ Jf"±S^Ttfc
j.!:kv of the kind in the State. Fi- ' H??yW?VWL
different mineral pprinjrft, includ-^^*^^^*™^^
Ing sulphur, iron and Boda. Steam Baths a spe
cialty. Hunting and Git.ing unsurpassed. Kcat
cotUges for campers. Thoße seeking health or
pleasure can find the very best climate in California,
and first class hotel accommodations. Board from
$10 to $12 per we-jk. Telegraphic, postal and cx
prexs facilities. Railroad from Sacramer. to to Will
iams, thence hy etage 37 miles. Fare from Sacra
mento to Springs, $9. Address
Jel3-4ptf JAMES D. BAILRY.
"health "besobtsT
Twenlyircond utrcct. Betirteo a and K.
Three blocks from Terminus of O-«trcet R. R.
fTVII3 HOME FOR THB SICK 4* a«j—^^.
X h.i 1 " been established for in- Ar' ui ?y I ~7\
valids ot both S' xes wiio de- JB* I^Wgr -"*"^
sire private acccmciodatioiis arj'ltW ?-?JM*BMs»L
nursing, and wuere the orders of**J^?3tS**iSJ
their »wn r hyaicians will be faithfully <■ jre^-uted. Its
location is hi^'h and very heilthy. Prices for Day
Board, including Day Nur=iug, are SI 50 a day;
Full Night Nurse, Jl"60 extra.
a»" Fur R«.me, «pply to the proprietress, MRS.
L. SPILLNEK, who refers, Ly permission, to Drs.
Tyrrcil, Simmons, Cluness, Nelson, Qarjaer and
Dra W. A. and W. E. Briggs. auS-4plm*
tG. GRIFFITHS,
PEMRYN
GEiNITEWOSKS
riMU>, CAL.
rpilß BEST VARIETY AND
—- I Largest Quarries on the
****».- — -^Pacific Coast. Polished Granite
Monuments, ToniDetones and Tablets made to order.
*-r t.mnlle Ballillns Mm.riu . itrowrd
■■4 ITalUllTd t« otarr. oil Ip6m
WiNOELJCERTH. LOUIS NIC.LAUS.
Capital Bfewery.
Corner I aad Twelfth St*., BaeramenU.
IS' Fioest quality of Beer f arnisiied promptly to
order in city or elsewhere, and at lowest rates.
snl2-lptf KERTH k. NICOLA'JJ, Proprietors.
STAR MILLS AND MALT HOUSE,
Sll ROIRK « L ICES,
NOS. EC, 52 AND 54 HFTH ST., SACRAMENTO,
dealers is Produce and Brewers' Supplies, Man
ufacturers of Mi'.t and a!l kinds of Meals ; Oatmeal,
Cornnmi, Cncked Waeat, Graham Floor, Buck
wheat Flour, etc New Grain Bags for sale. Agents
or Bockevf Mills Floor, Maryaville. jy!7lp
BAND NOTICE.
rpilK FIRST ARTILLERY REOIME>*TAL BltD
X Rives notice that tbese well-known mascian*
have united with it : US. Grant, Bfl it clarionet ;
Joseph Beebe, bantore ; William Flannigan, E fi it
clar.onet, and L. D. Jones, the laller, with Henry
Hopfe, ac: he' as business managers. The band will
he the most completely organized of any in the inte
rior for the coming music season.
aul2-2t O. W. BKAGG, Acting Leader.
WOMAN
HEE WOF.K— HER EMPLOYMENTS AND
PMH
Some Words About tha Opportunities and
Rewards of Laboring" Woms& —
Servants.
[CorrcsponJsiice of the Record- Us ion. 1
Sak Francisco, August 9, 18S2.
I never knew more than one woman
whose deliberate cboioe was a country
life. She made periodical visits to the
city, and during those visits had every
thing that heart could wish — dresses,
jewels, attention and gaieties. Yet when
Bne returned to her isolated house she
stretched her arms and exclaimed: "Oh,
how glad lam to come back ! " She said
in the city no one performed a service out
of good will. It was expected to bo paid
for. WINMM at home every man's kind
heartednetn was spontaneous and unforced.
And that one woman, by the chance of
politics, is likely yet to have her heme in
the city, while the hundreds who desire
euch a life v/iil never have it Maa is a
gregarious animal, and he naturally tends
toward the mast, accepting the few draw
backs of such an existence for th« sake of
its :..a:.y benefits.
"BUSINESS IS THE STJU'GOLE
To get the better of your neighbor," said
a business n:an tho other day with cruel
plainness, and added, with the egotism
characteristic of successful effort, "If a
man can get ahead of me he is welcome to."
Another caid, "No roan rises except by
stepping on other men ;" another replied,
aignilicantly, "The tricks cf the trade;"
and still another replied, Dointedly, "Sur
vival cf the fittest." Perhaps thsso an
swers might oil he eifted down to one
word— self ! For Ufa ie such a cold-blooded
struggle, and each man is so necessary to
himself, that he muet fight unless he would
sink into that laziness which is moral sui
cide more surely than pronounced success
at the expense of another man. But i*:
may be done without cheat, without fraud,
without cruelty ; it may be by manage
ment, Uy foresight, by circumstances seized
on the instant, and the successful man has
his sentiment*, affections, passions, and,
among the latter, his griefs, which bring
him near to and make him one with the'
man who is like him in everything but his
failure. Each of us, then, it is tacitly ac
knDwledgtd, is trying for the four-bit
piece in another pocket, and if we can get
it fairly and by fcivicg an honest equiva
lent for it, the getting of it is all right,
isn't it ?
THE FACT IS
We mnst have that four-bit piece or starve,
and Bomtbody else must have it from us
or starve. It is as possible for a woman to
starve as for a man. Whatever the cause,
woman of late years becomes a stubborn
factor in economics at large. The Ute war
created widows and orphans to enter per
sonally into the struggle ; other women
have wakenei to ambition ; mothers who
have tasted the sweets of independence
brinji daughters up to the standard. The
percentage as well as the number of active
women is greater than it used to be, and
they have forced open the avenues of em
ploymtnt. Naturally Fuch employments
as they tirst tern their hands to are tound
in the city, and in San Francisco there are
hundreds and hundreds cf women and
girls at work. The daughters of the labor
ing class begin young to earn a living be
cause they must. They rarely have a
chance for much education, leaving some
times the primary school, but of tener drop
ping out of the third or fourth graij.j of the
grammar department. They canjead and
write, but they are yet in the vary begin
nings of otherstudy. Some of tfctra areof
bright, quick miad, some hay unusual
taste for music, some undoubted talent for
designing, some are keen at ma 4 ematics,
some could, with further culture, be apt in
conversation and ready with the j>en ; but
THE TASTES AND THE TALI&TS
That in other .girls aK. treasured and culti.
V£te.d . irv thcte runs to waste, -v-'fow and
then one rises through energy and ability,""
but she never can be much of anybody
without a decent education. A Bian may,
but a woman may not. I looked in at a
large shoe factory to day. The girl nearest
me was but a child. Her hair Iwng in a
braid dewu litr benk, and she »as small
and tlemltr. A ior.g table ran t|o leDgth
of the room, at which sat a row Hi women
aud girls, their heads hent over tljeir work.
This child was the smallest, buts perhaps
the rest were as young at the beginning.
The whirr of machines smote th 4 ear, the
grease and imi 11 of leather met tlin nostril,
and the bare room, with its pilef of shoe
uppers and its working people, filled the
gsze. It was one way of making a meager
liviog. The millineis and dressmakers all
take apprentices. The little girl begins
with sweeping and dusting, g'jing etrands,
sewing on straw, picking out bastings.
When shn grown and can handle her needle
well enough to obey directions, if with a
dressmaker she is paid a dollar a day. She
can get the same py doing plain sewing in
a family by the day. You c»n get a good
dressmaker to OHM to the house for two
dollars a day. You can now go to a milli
nery store, buy your untrimmed hat, your
ribbons, feathers or flowers, then take it
home and trim it yourself, or have it
trimmed there for six bits. Plain sewing,
embroidery, crochet work is poor pay to
TUB WOMEN EMPLOYED.
Button-holea are worked by hand for
thirty cents per dozen. A woman I visited
made a c'nili's short muslin dress, with fine
tucks and inseition front and back, a
tucked rufile and embroidery at tho bot
tom and tucked sleeve*, for six bits. " But
I ain't going to work do more," she said
wearily ; " my daughter's an actress, you
know, and she's goiug to take care of me
dow." Tho daughter is a California girl,
gone Kaat aud married, and engaged with
Annie Pixley's " M'liss " combination for
the coming season. It is her first rise, and
■he has bent for her old mother to throw
aside her needle at last and come on to
New York, the Mecca of the profession.
The w.-l!s of the small, poor room were
hung with photographs of the daughter
taken in different positions and costumes.
As for the women employed at sewing by
the stores, their earnings may be guessed
at, when a long, hand-embroidered night
gown m»y bo bought for $1 50, a tucked
chemise for four bits, a tucked and ruffled
skirt for a dollar, a child's dress, tucked
front and back, ru tiled and embroidered,
for SI 25.
THE LIFE OF A SHOP OIRL
Is a hard one. The pay is sometimes ten
dollars per week, oftener le€s than that, !
dowu to almost anything, and in some !
cases a little more. Bat the hands are
whiteja-he has a chance to see the world as
it drifts in and out of the shop or past the
door, and she learns a style in dressing her
hair autl arranging her dress. Other girls
tike to the theater, a hard life, a wearing
life, and a life cot to be recommended to
any. " Father died and mother was sick,"
a young girl told me, "so I had to do
something. I had never been brought up
to anything, and I didn't know where to
turn. One of the theaters advertised for a
number of young ladies, and I applied. I
didn't know how to dance, bat neither did
the others, and they trained ua all. The
tint night of the play the lights and the
audience crazed me aad I juat turned round
and round till one of the others helped me
through. At the end of the week I was
aick with the excitement. They paid me
|10, and the manager told me to come back
again when I could, because I was a lady
and he was sorry to say all the girls weren't
ladies. Mother died, and I wear thii black
dress for her. I make * little coloring
photographs for some small galleries,
enough to pay for my room and two ratals
a day, but I havn't anything left for
clothe*. I don't have any beside what I
have on." That was some years ago, and
such
SITCATTOXS AT THE THEATER
lay five and tix dollars now ; in the present
condition of theatricals, nothing. In such
a state of affairs is it not a wonder that
hcate service meets with small favor? A
young girl may command §15 per month,
which is that much clear, and be more her
own mistress than the shop girl, the fac
tory girl, the ballet girl, or the sewing girl.
It is the degrading title of servant, I sup
pose, which makes publicity, poar living
and other drudgery preferable, though it
be equally as great. Were the mistress
always what might be wished, perhaps the
maid's position might not be given over to
a class that have no mind above it. A
lady— and » minister* wife at that say 8
that no woman can be a lady who does her
own work, and putting her belief into prac
tice, she resolutely refuses to employ her
self about the house. This is the opinion
of many women, and can it be wondered at
if these make a servant feel her position ?
I would respectfully suggest to that minis
ter's wife that many of the families contri
buting to the support of her husband keep
no servant, and the expression of her opin
ion may echo stTangely in their ears, well
founded though it be in her own mind.
Doubtless it was said in kindness, und with
an honest desire to elevate all such to their
true sphere, but to be above the kitchen is
not always the proof a lady. Not having
space to finish the subject of women's em"
ployments in the city, I must be content to
conclude in another letter. I will there
fore at this date close with
AX INCIDENT
In which I am almost tempted to give tho
name of the young woman, who, though a
lady, pluckily became a servant. One
afternoon I went to a wedding, and the
other guests were all strangers to me. I
was charmed with the appearance of a
young lady, tall, black-eyed, of self-pos
sessed, pieasing manner and just as pretty
as she could be. Her dress was half
mourning, and had an unmistakable, home
made air. I inquired who sho was of the
hostess and received the following infor
mation : Her name was , and she
was 20 years of ago. The young couple
just married were menibara of a literary
aud dancing club of the Western Addition,
and this young lady was also a member.
On account of her beauty and attractive
ways she was called " tho belie of the
Western Addition." Some moiith* before
it had become neceftary for ncr to make
her own living, and an her only preparation
for sach an emergency had been the house
work at home, she bravely replied to an
advertisement, aud was accepted ac a ser
vant in the family of . But the
mistres3 was worthy of the maid. Though
the cook and all the rest of it, the latter
was still allowed to be a lady. The gentle- I
man who called upon her were not ushered
to the basement, and she retained her
social position, both within and without
the house. It was an isolated case, both '
of parlor and kitchen, aud tne young lady
was byand-by married from the housi.
accompanied by the best wishes of all.
Kate Usath.
BROTHER GARDNER ON SLANG AND
EGYPT.
" If Brudder Pizirro Grant am in de hall
to-night he will please step ford," began
the old man aa Samuel Shin at ruck the
triangle and sent its quivering notes dane
ing along the ceiling.
Brother Pizarro was present, and he
stopped, his eyes having a Bquint of alarm
and his kneea losing their sand with every
motion.
"Brudder Grant," continued the Presi
dent, " Your am a young man on thedoah
-Btep of life ; you war wery tight pants an'
a wery short coat, an' a wery narrow hat,
an' you look decidedly wretch erchee. De
great world am befo' you. If you begin
right no man dares bet two to one dat you
won't sit in a Governor's cba'r befo' jou
am 50 If you begin wrong it will be safe
to bet 1,500 to niiiiiu dat you will bring op
in State Prison befo' you am ten y'ara
older."
"Yes, sah, Ize try int o start right,"
said Pizarro as Brother Gardner stopped to
swallow a pint of water.
" I hope so—l hope so, but I doubt it,
Brudder Grant. Ize hid my eye on you
fur some Icetle time back. I doan' fink
you would lie, or steal, or burgler, or forge,
but you has fallen into one werj bad babit.
De odder day you met a friend in front of
my cabin, an' when he axed if you war
gwine ou de excursion, you replied dat you
would ' gasp to gurgle. ' 0a anoder ooca
shun I heard you remark dat you would
' mix to murmur.' Again you observed
dat you would 'sigh to stifle.' Only an
hour ago you advised Pickles Smith to
'bet his sweet life.' What does all dese
fings mean, Brudder Grant ?"
"I dosn' know," replied the victim, aa
he stood on one leg and scratched his head.
" Nor I cither. Ize looked up de Latin
»n' French, an' German an' Greek lan
gauges, but I can't find any s:ch expreshnn
aa ' hire a hall.' ' see you in de graveyard,'
_£fjl Sbetritt^sniHc^^Vhy do you make
"use'of'em?" •■ ■■ ■ -v.
"I doan know." ' «
" Den stop it ! If plain English urn not
good 'naff for you to 'spress your thoughts
in, l'arn Spanish or Chinese. It am all
right for a sweet young gal who has bsen
frew college to remark dat she would titter
to grin, but such 'gpre9shuns doan' sound
well comin' from a young man. If I should
go home to-night and tell my oie woman
dat I would perspire to eventuate, or lith
ograph to animosity, Bhe'd look me straight
in de eye for thirty seconds, an' den would
come a clumax in which my hat, head an' I
a broomstick would be all mixed up.
"Return to your seat, Brudder Grant ;
so back as' cot down wid a determiualiou
to avoid slang an' do your talkin' squar'
from de shoulder. When you get tired of
beef, go into a grocery an' ask fur codfish
in plain English, and doan' use any mo'
oratory dan am necessary to secure full
weight an' git rid of a quarter wid a hole |
in it. We will now purceed to split de |
reg'lar order of bizenees down do back an'
let out de sleeves."
Somebody hit Elder Toots on the neck
with a peach-stone, and he awoke and of
fered a resolution to the effect that Amer
ica entered her Bolemn protest against the
action of the British in Egypt.
" Da resolushun am entirely ont of or
der," replied the President as he tosaed it
into the wood-box. " What goes on ober
de sea am none o' our bizness 'tall. If de
British want to lick de Turks, or de Turks
want to lick de British, dats nrffin to us.
" Elder Toots !"
"Yes, sah."
11 Has you got a cabbage patch dis v'ar ?"
"Yes, aah."
" Den you 'tend right to yer cabbage an'
let tae British Government 'tend to Egypt.
When you come to our meeting remember
you have de asthma an' doan' talk too loud
nor too much."
The Elder sat down in one time and
three motions, and in forty seconds he had
resumed his nap.— [Detroit Free Press.
SCIENTIFIC NOTES.
The number of the known members of
the small placets is now 225. I'alisa, of
Vienna, discovered the last one on April
l!t:h.-
The specific gravity of liquid Rteel has
been ascertained by Herr AlexjefT to be
8.05, and therefore greater than that of
solid steel.
At the end of the first year L>r. Sozinka
ky iays tb»t on an average a child
should be thirty inches high and should
weigh twenty-five pounds.
MM. Grehant and Quinquand have de
termined by a series of interesting expori
meiits that the total weicht of blood in the
system of a live mammal is between one
twolfth and one-thirteenth of the body
weight.
A npw explosive is reported to have been
invented by a Viennese engineer. It con
tain: neither sulphuric acid, nitric acid,
nor nitroglycerine. Its manufacture is
simple aril without danger, and it preserves
its qualities in the coldest and hottest
weather. It car? be made at forty per cent,
less cost than gunpowder.
Milk, when heated in closed vessels
to a temperature of 75 degrees Centi
grade, remains sweet for ninety-six
hours. If the vessel is opened sour
ness occurs* after forty-eight hours. If
the milk is heated in the open air it re
mains sweet only twenty-four hour?. A
temperature of between ~>o and 60' does
not alter the taste of milk, acd if it be
curdled at this temperature the curd is
flocculent.
The Albert Medal of the Society of Arts,
instituted in 1562, and awarded annually
for "distinguished merit for promoting
arts, manufactures or commerce," has been
awarded for the present year to M. Pasteur
for " his researches in connection with fer
mentation, the preservation of wines, and
the propagation of zymotic diseases in ei!k
worms snd domestic animals, whereby the
arts of wine making, silk-prodnction and
agriculture have been greatly benefited."
After a cruise of » few months in the
South Pacific a French man-of-war was
fonnd to have specimens of living corals
growing upon her hull. The interesting
discovery hai thrown some light on the
question of the rapidity of growth of cor
ah. The evidence tends to show that the
vessel on passing a reef of the Gambier
Islands, against which she rubbed, bad
picked up a young fungia, which adhered
to the sheathing and grew to a diameter of
nine inches and a weight of two and one
half pounds in nine weeks.
Hoesfoed'b Acid Phosphate acts as food
for an exhausted brain,
I DAILY RKrt>K»<t;XlO.\ ti; ■H 1
I VOL. XV.-NO. 11 -.
RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE.
Bishop Titcomb, Anglican missionary
bishop of Rangoon, Burniah, has been
compelled to resign by reasou of a chronic
fpinal weakness, caused by an accident
last year in the Kuan Mountains, in
Barmah.
Tho Itev. Thaddctn Salter*, the first
colored man evvr admitted to the ministry
of the Protestant Episcopal Church in
South Carolina, was ordained recently cs a
prieat iv St. Mark's Churcb, Charleston,
by Bishop Howe.
The pulpit-desk used for many years by
the late Dr. Leonard Bacon in the Ontra
Church, >few Haven, was (sent to Huto
lalu whoa the church was repaired, a few
years ago, and is now in uao there in Ka
waiahao Church.
Dr. Thomas, uhoso trial and expulsion
from the Methodist Church for alleged
heretical teachings recently attracted
much attention, v mentioned as a possible
sneceasor to Mr. Miln, as pastor of Unity
Church, Chicago.
A memorial chapel is to be bdHt in Col
wyn Bay, Wales, in commemoration of
William Modey Puushoc, D. I). The pul
pit is to be of Italian marble, and it ia to
be presented by We>!eyan ministers. The
chapel will cost $30,001).
Archdeacon MacdoaaW, of the Canadian
Episcopal Church, has a. tield of work on
the confines of the Arctic Circle, and ex
tending over about 20 degrees of longitude.
About 1,500 natives have been baptized,
acd more ttian 100 are communicants.
The Rev. Kawr.rd Judsoa baa baptized
thirty believers and received twenty jnore
by letter since he commenced hia work in
New York. The congregation now iills the
house, the attendance ; j iho Sunday soiiool
and prayer meeting hMuoariy doubled, and
the enterprise appears very fcopetul.
Tiio new Doorkeeper of the Hoa»e of
Representatives at Washington, Waiter
Brownlow, the son of Person Brownlow, is
a totil abstinence man, and has issued aa
order to the effect that any man in his em
ploy who enters a salot n, or drinks a drop
of intoxicating liquor, will bo dismissed
therefor.
A fino marblo bust of the late Rev. Dr.
Jeter, the eminent Southern Baptist divine,
has just been finished, and will bo placed
in Jeter Memorial Hall, Richmond Col.
lege, Virginia. T!ie sculptor, Mr. Valen
tine, is now at work oa a statue of John
C. Breckinrid<»e, which is to be cast in
brocze, ei^ht feet in higUt, for the Breck
inridge Association of Lexington, Ky.
Leopold yon iUuke. the eminent Ger
man hutoriau, who was born in 1795, and
is now therefore getting oc to his ninetieth
year, on February 12th celebrated in Ber
lin the fiftieth anniversary of his member
ship of the Academy of Science?, with
various manifestations of sympathy and
honor. By command of the Emperor tho
Minister of Public Worship waited on the
aged but still vigorous professor, and nu
merous other compliments of the kind
poured in. A deputation from the Acade
my ef Sciences also waited on him with
the congratulations of that learned body.
BEAUTY'S PRAYER.
Bound groat Jove his lightning •boae,
Hulled the universe beftre him,
Skua, for gam, lit up Ma throne,
Clouds, for banner*, floated o'er him.
With licr tresses all untird,
Touched, with gleam* of golJen glory,
Beamy came, ai a l).u*:u.l, and gi^hej,
While she told her pit=ou.s story.
" Heir ! oh. Jupiter .' thy child :
Bight my wtoag, if th.m dust love mo '.
Ikasc mid bird, and savage wild,
All are placed in ]>ov.*er above me.
11 Kirfi his wop )n thiu hast iriven,
Kach the rtrun^-ih an 1 tkill to wield It ;
\\ by btstow, Supreme in heaven '.
I :.. od me « i'.h naught to nhieM it I
" Even the r<so— the v.ii<l-*oo,l rose,
Fair ami frail as I, thy daughter,
Safely yields to soil zcu'jse,
tVith BBt lifeguard th«ru9 about htr."
As she t|i :.ke in music » Id,
Tears within her bins -jr s glistened ;
'i I i.trrecl lip ui.npliu; tailed,
fr\r the gmi benignly sfcuLed.
"Child of Heaven !" he cUiilly said,
'•'lry ri:e weapon* Ka iri- .-a : uea;
And if rt&i'ier near thee tria.i,
l'ruud ■>• trust to then* to save tfcee.
" Lar.ce and talon, thor and ppcar—
Though ar- armed »lt tripio po-wer,
Iv thai biu-.h, und sanity inU tear !
few less go, my fr^-il^ fl.,\\. r.
" 1 U «:ost thou, with all tliy charms,
Hill for 3.l'ne'hiti}.' mdro beseech me? —
H-iti vj use thy n:z^" ■ cant .
Abk of Lov«— and Lo* will teach the* T
— (Mrs.t'teucw) s Opgood.
CHICAGO KNIGHTS TEMPLAR.
The folhifiog circular </l invitation, says
the ChicagoJH^"'" 1 . ha" been issued :
At a Btated coufeifi^ ° { Apollo Command
cry. So, 1, Knightß>esit» r . k - 1 -' '"Pfi f^r
ISB2, it was deterrDinet"To**tKu a pill
giimage to San Francisco, Cal., August,
A. D., ISS3, to attend the Triennial Con
clave of the Grand Encampment of thn
United States, which will be held in that;
city, and a preliminary committee ap
pointed to proofed with the necessary ar
rangemonti. It is designed to make the
pilgrimage a memorable one, and one
fully equal in every respect in its appoint
ments with tho dignity and, reputation of
Apollo Commandery. At this early date
details cannot be enumerated, but a trip
lasting about twenty days is thought of,
with excursiocs, and cverythiug which cau
add to the pleasure of the command. AU
the necessary accommodations have bton
secured. The trip will cost each Sir
Knight from S3OO to $4-)0, and Mob lady
from S2.">o to $350, including all incidentals
of whatever kind.
Apollo Conimandery desires to extend
her hospitality to all the fraters of the
State to the full extent of the accommoda
tions and the train which sh9 hag secured,
and invites a.l Sir Knight j of command
and individual Sir Knights to whom this
is addressed, whose comrnandery does not
go ai a cotnmaodery, to ;;o under the l.eau
.--.•.; of A "• i . CoiKmmdery and their
gue3fe, suhjpcfc to such rules as are pro
mulga'ed, to cost no more to the visitor
thin it doea to each Sir Kuight of Apollo.
This invitatioa is not msde a* a cold mat
ter of courtesy, but is made in the most
ooriul and knightly epirir, with the full
latent th.it all *\u ul<! avail themselves of
the privilege extended.
It is our design that the pilgrimage ah*li
!ie made at the minimu-n expensa compati
ble with the credit of the command, and
as economically aa the pilgrimage can pos
sibly be made, considering the liistanc,
time, routes cho?cn, accommodations, ser
vice, supplies and attendance. If you con
template going, and wish to avail yourself
of tbis invitation, we cordially urge you to
decide by informing us of your intention
at once, as with all the accommodations
which can be secured, the room will bo
limited. Courteously and fraternally yours,
Eminent Sir Norman T. Cassette, Chair
man ; Sir H. S. Tiffany, Generalissimo; Sir
D. R. Crego, Captain General ; S:r Jamn
Hitchcock, Standard Bearer ; Sir Johu E.
Norton, Third Guard, Committee.
Ammonia from it.s Ele>u:stx.—Kumar
ons methods have been Jtvised to utilizi
the atmospheric nitrogen for making am
monia. The latett of theee is a French
process in which metallic zinc is employed
to furnish the elemontii, titanic iron to
effect their union. Melted z'ec falling into
water sets free the hydrogen, falling
through the air it liberates nitrogen, oxide
of zinc being formed in both cases. Th»
nitrogen in passed over titanized spongy
iron, and is absorbed by it. Whea the hy
drogen in passed through the retortd con
taining this spongy iron it releases ike
nitrogen from the titanium and combine
with it to torm ammonia. The oxide of
znc is reduced in retorta with carbon, and
carbonic oxide is sot free, which needs only
to be burned in order to convert it into
i carbonic acid, which is then allowed to
combine with the newly.formed ammonia
to form a carbonate. Or, platinized pum.
ice or charcoal U substituted for the spongy
iron, and the gases made to azt upon
it under ten to fifteen atmospheres of
pressure.
Ocr New Baby.— The axiom that a
baby is a perpetual well-spring of joy iv
the honse may be disputed by crusty old
bachelors or disappointed maidens of un
certain age ; but the marriage portion of
humanity are almott unanimous in tho
assertion of its truth, and tho further de
claration that no house is complete without
one of the little darlings. Ocr bright eyed
little fellow does not look to us as if he
was one of the fretful or «<jUiliin? variety,
bat looks at us with that mild-eyed wonder
which manifest* infant astonishment a*;
the new world in which he finds himself.
There is so much to see and try to compre
hend that poor baby ia quits bewildered at
first ; bnt it will all come in time, and
though the pcquirement of knowledge by
experience is not always a plea?aiit process,
it is indubitably s certain one. Let na
hope that our little one will find the path
rosy rather than thorny, and escape the
hard knocks and bitter experience that fall
to the lot of some human creatures.

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