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THI Ksi>4 If . .VBTTEXBCK 28. IBBJ ■eiorrttoglcal Observation* — Taken at Mt-.-t 1 ■ .~.(..n at thr Same Hoaaent. Baos jcanb, S 'pteaiber "7, 1888 B*2 p. at. •mite \Z fi||J|| II Jin Oitmtpu... *.01jW s.W.li Fimb jiear Pjti ».ll|H Calm Calm . .;,ar Ucfc.u'-... 30.07155 N. 7 r-r^l, Clear 8*11.,n ! Mnn.i •".::, ;. ... icisk. .!l!!oie»r Sicnuncnto. J».BJ '0 a L. lv r"re»h O^ear S.rr»i. .-.-.- ii.r.o.T. W. 7 Prarii Fogu V«i» 2a.Hi>l(A >. W. Lik'hi Cie*r LaAi - S.WjfM W. Ught Ciear Ban D'-..-» 1. 1 "i-,. .. ■■ j-TivOire, 71 ; nnnln-.um, 51. Rive. abeM lo»- water mark, (J fe*i l> iu.hes. JAiIES A. UAttWIUL, ii«r-,e«i»t, ryivnji C .... ' r t. THIS MORNING'S NEWS. fn >\-w Vjrk G-»\ ..-rnrnupt bonds are quoted at 11;*; fur 4b of 1907: 112; (or I.U ; 100J for 3J« ; j •ceiling, $4 - - . atttat bars, HSJ. Silver in London, !>1 13-16U ; consols, 100 3-16(1 ; 5 per cent. United *>fat"-i! bond*, > x tended, 102J ; in, 121j;»Js, 115J Id Sail BauubNe hull tio'.larg are i|U3ted at j dis count to i*r ; Mcxicsji doliax», Mj(g9-2J cunts. Mining atosfca sere ueoer.il!} iii-her in San Fran cisco yesterday Mi «! of Hh Coimt. ck descriptions showed an uiva-ucc of f c to .50c per share as t-ooi paretl wir.i gag beet nA ■ Tuesday ruornins:. There was alw> m n Imsincwj nil ronud. The I»ai : .\<\ Coiniiiidtiionerd met again ia San Fnuci?co '■ i>ur'by, iml without tr^iißdctiii^ any b'jsiucsiof bMßOitaaoi lojsnrtted until tu-day. The annual exhibition of die Santa Barbara coun ty A^rltuUunt! and llorticultuial Society ojwned at Santa Barbra laßt t vcuii;^. Four buMi-t- wore takan in the Oregon Legislature yesterday i r L'n''*<l s.stoi Scoator, without rt-suit. ThebiJ) t an hi. l •nt.»il man was found ti j*U:ij,' in the rivei n.: 1\» bland, Cr . yusterdiy, with T.ie throat cv: fruiu ear to ear. Mrs. L— i Lcland committed suiri'Jc- with etlifr near OnmM (Jitv, Or., on accouut of her husband's flnandal troubles. Slaudeni circuliteil by neighbors caased Mr". J C. Larwisitur to attempt su:cide at Portland, 0r M yesUrdai, with budanom. Id a n^'cit with a SbeiifTs \<otse at Lcary, Ga., Laciu.<i i .dR-.uiiits(o.-ilor<d) was shot and killed, afUr acci'ientallv and f itatly womdng bis own wife. s ■•he's hosiery fcl"rv nt Ba!bri,'ipin, Irelsud, hu, l.ccc it ttMftd by flee. A fire .it Wiiiatin, N. C, yijl^rlay, deetnm-d WoMi'a uuiulaulariai citablithmcnt. Tlie indflfM&dauts of the First Viseaaabi District have nomii atvd John Win&ns f'»r fionirnai Btepbm C. Milml bia beta renominatsd tat Can gresjljy liic- Republicam of the Twenty-eighth New York Hiatrict. lv the Kighth roni;res«ioual District of MisMchu- Set's tlie Dem«rat» have nominated C. S. Lil!ey. After a Sitter Bffat in the BerenOl South Cirj!ina District, the llepnb'.icana noniiuateJ E. W. Mackcy for Coa^tatftj bat bis cnmnitiuirs threaten to run indepti.:k'i t. Wniism Vaifw I'hjlps lias been nominated f.ir Consreas by tiie BepnaSesßl of the Fifth Nev.- Jcr gey Diti ■ n . .','■■ un m, mombcr of Oosgrßßi 'she tOTim, died at Adrian, Mich., yestsrdr.<- Ajx ;r ■ • raging near BadfWd, l)i --km>. <!<■ ■ "■ <. an ige \ > farm property. 41 r :. i... ,i i, Tm-giay, Bewtaa ami B " v 'i .'.'"l !:.:le Lucas were dm*.'i . .■..,..'.: nf a b(at. a p ■■- . .i .•■! in a ciiurch at Hamp ton Cr ~, i ■ •■, ■• '"i ii both principals wire killed. A i>li: i. ifaoek :' c v li|uak: occurred at St. Loots yesterday murulnfr. At 1!. ' v:!!e, \. . Hn. Utah ar.d her Eve cbil dren wei rrovn d t*3 U btaaUac °' am^lldini. Fercir ■ ■ Doyla, ■ ■ . ;■;, drappad dead yesterday «t Colu '. :, Tuoluin i c .. i.ny, J. K. i.liert, a pi i ,i-e.- of Shn-ta county, died yesttrJa; .it Kcddinc. Georife Hyd?, a printer, committed suicide Tues day ni^'ht :it Stockton. Thu B'Klie Mining Coni|iany lnve d.ciaretl a diw dend of -2*i cents pcrbharc. Jud.'c 1".. C. Do liberty, a proininent cit'zen, died at Sm»rts^ i:!e, Eota c mnty, yesterday. A ru.i;. iy locomotive dwbel into a caboose at Willmain, Khm., yesterday, tmd killed E. Drothers. The tppoiutaMail by the OsUfanta Methodibt Conference, which mlj »\in,o.l TucsOny at Oakland, will be fomd in auother colunv nf to dtj*fl ItKcoßn- Uxio.v. The neat utu-ihqujktsou the l-thmu^ c.rPaiiatta killed ou!y f:ur persons, and thadaaaaatannMi erty was not so '<rcat ,i> at fir»t reported. The American Institute Fair »as opinel s»t New York vesfcrdav aftenio r >:i. UiriHar.i's \mir\ won Hn Great. F.i tan liailvray hanlic.ii' at Femutrka^ Bngtaod, .v iterday, byeix lenx r "i<i. a si-jk md ariaaaa wai ciuaht in Feathrr rtvtr Tu.*.!a; :..- !ir<; n.h ' the knd <■:.).', ir., l in that stream for ir tn> ytßf. Imp-r! .!.; in i tntemUax newi by ttl«gia/ih irt!| be four.-i '.'■,.- naming upon the foattl THE ANTI-DEBRIS CONVENTION. A.«roic a3 the AntiD.^bria Convention lasernV' "; iti nmnben b:-yan to rcc.-r ize the : : ' -Ifinr urytbiog. They coull ad ipt i platform, and they cotild e' fect a:i MgmaintioD, bat when it came to practical ivoik <;f any kin 1 they found thorns'?! ■»■< rerronsded by obttrscti oa. The Convention numbered a great many candid:, it for office, and all of them had already pledged tUnu^lvea to support cer tain til keti nrul platformc. Obviously none of those candidates could favor or ■nppoitii speciil Anti- 1). -briB ticket. Nor was it ea*y to n-.e wliat good could be done by indo.'iog any of the State candidates already before the people. To do bo would certainly bring against these candidates the atgaaused opposition of all the debris men, bt •!, Hi'.rrover, it could not be is ■amed is oertaifl that pirty lines would be disregardel by the r*uk and file of the Anti Dobm people ; go that while the in dorsed candidates would bs atsailed with out donbt. it wag nut so evident that they would r< oeivc a compensating support from the valleys, To pnt new men in nomina tion '.v -■ .^ ill mart hopeles?, for it was per. fectly eertatn that they could not be elected, and it vas more than doubtful wheth'- r '.hey could obtain even a compli mentaiy vote. It ig aauwtwhirt strsnga that BQ ol thtss difli .aities were coasid ercd bi ton the Conventioa vras c»H<-d, lut it was \<> r-pry little purpose that the time of the C" invention was spent ;.. aeonai politic -.-.1 ..! co •'. r.rdio?, taring ti. it a very fair prior! ,n ..[ thp ConTcation con aisted c: preci . . | of (Jo:,? --gatoa. ">>*• -ir- r.ma ths* bbc Convection was oriji.Ko;, i tended as ; ,u f:;r -ess-ion ■ thoßepnl lie .. Democratic parae-. If it was planned before thoße parties ncminnteJ, it was a fatal blunder to hc!d it so late. This wag remarked en the floor. Had it been held before the other dmventioDS, it might h»ve forced both of them to take a definite padtion on the issue. As it :3, the meet ing only si-rved to 8^ o» how much had b;.-u lost by this procrastination. The Convention finally reao'.ved to send dele gates to the Granger*! Conventioa which is t ■ t at Stockton on the 7th cf October, an I this delegatiju was empowered to approve the nomination by the Granges o' one or more Sts.to officers. If the Griif,'*r?, when they fe -ot tc-tther, happen to vij«- the situation in the same light as tha Anti-Djbris Convection «aw it in, rh- pminiliyHnil n that they, too, will coaGne themec-lvfs to tht evolution cf a | •:rtt. The most serious difficulty in al! tli =r casea is thit r.i?n do not as a rule like to tnrnw away their vote*, and when th<re are two parties ■Tirelly in the field thf-y are a»t to think thit this mnst be the inevitable re?nH o: voting fcr a third And wbfu it is a question of iodonipg tho uuminces of tither of tho regular psrttee, men are always apt to sus pp-t paitiian irotives in tLt business, acd so they fall back upon their original affilia tions M Kcpablicacs or Democrats, THE RAILROAD AND THE STATE REVE NUE SYSTEM. The contention of the railroad corpora- ! tinns in the tax c*#eg just decided by Judges Field and Sawyer was that they were denied equal justice under the Con- | stitution and revenue laws of the State. Th<"y sought no exemption from the gen- i eral burdens. They made no sophistical pleas in evasion of their juat responsibili ties. They were ready and willing at all times to pay their proper share of taxes. They objected solely to the flagrant dis crimination set up against them by the State. They claimed that they were by the Constitution and laws deprived of equal protection, and denied the due pro cess of law. And these claims they have ! ma !e good to the satisfaction of the United States Circuit Court. They asserted that railroads operated in more than one county are denied protection under the laws, which 1 1 ■ require that property shall be taxed in proportion to its value ; (2) require that such proportion shall be ascertained by a general law ; (3t require that, before ha- ' bility is fixed, an opportunity to be heard | must be i>iven ; (4) give an appeal from the assessor to another tribunal ; (5) require the assessment to b3 made in the county, and forbid its being made in localities dis tant from the I.7'is of the property; (C) prescribe the mode and manner of the as sessment -. w) allow deduction for indebt edness secured by mortgage. The laws provide that ail these provisions shall apply to all other property but that of railro.il corporations. The latter aro taken out from under the operation of the laws, Bet apart, and denied the rights and immunities which all other taxpayers en joy. To say that this is not a deprivation of the right 3 guaranteed to all citizens un der the Fourteenth Amendment is in effect to assert that there can be no such thing aa discrimination. The truth is that the Constitutional Con vention deliberately set out to im:iose special bunl-ns upon railroads. They dis crirmaatt J intentionally, and with ma'ice propenss. They meant to be unjust to th= corporations, to s ; n^le them out for tyrannical and oppressive taxation, and they did so. They were warned at the time, by this and other journals, that they wero building a structure which could not stand. Cut they shared the common fallacy that a popular body can do what ever it pleases, regardless of rl^ht or justice, and they thought when they had drafted acd adopted the articles dealing with corporations that they had settled the whole matter defini Lively. Their work was but a fresh illustration of the futility of all legislation which is not based on equity. If it were possible for any Stata in the Union to establish such flagrant dUcrimi mtiuns, to single out one class of property o.vacrs for punishment by taxation ia the form of confiscation, thon the war against secession and all the constitutional amend ments resulting from it would have been in vain, and there would be nothing to prevent the dissolution of the Uoioa in mob-tyranny and auaro'ay. And observe how inevitably &U such attempts to over ride principles of justice and equity defeat themselves. Had the Constitutional Con vention adopted an uniform and equitable revenue system, as it wa3 iv duty bound to do, the corporations wouUl have paid their taxes without protest or resiatacc?, and there would have been no intenupiiou to the even progress of State administra tion, liut because the Constitutional Con vention was in the hands of demagogues and fauitics, they framed provisions so flagrantly unjust that tho moment they were submitted to a Federal Court they were of necessity declared invalid. Nothing can be mure unreasonable than to assert that the corporations are responsi ble for any loss to the State which may oc cur. T h«y were compelled to defend their rights. Taey had no alternative. They cuu'.d not, a3 trustees in trust for others, tamely submit to the gross and wanton injustice might to be inflicted upon them. Taey could not, from any rational stand point, l>e expected to allow precedents of this kind to be established. I'hey were denied the cijual protection of the law-t, and they could ocly appeal to the Courts to protect them, and restore to them the rights of hich it was Bought to deprive . t' em. As to the realiLy cf t';.e disori.niua- | tion against them, no inte'li^ent person can \ for a moment doubt it. Judge Field in his decision, as cited by us yesterday, i.;i-. made this bo plain that it i 3 impossible to mLa it. It ia therefore the makers tf the Constitution wiiu must be hcM. re sponsible for whatever i..jury may accrue to the State from the overthrow of their original provisions. They deliberately set the authority of the State against that of the United States. They declared that a State might and should deny to any persons the equal protection of the law, and might deprive them of property without due pro- | cess of liw. They thus challenged the Federal Government, and squarely tra versed the authority and Bcope of the Fourteenth Amen i men r, and the de cision of the Circuit Court invalidating their work is jast what ought to have bacn anticipated, and just what the Rk- COJU>-UhioH predicted while the Conven tion was in session. And r.ow it remains to ba ascertained what remedy cm be applied. The rational and C'V.nmon-s?nse course evidently is to acqaiestca iv the i—TitaWn ; abandon a scheme of taxation vbiob has been declared unconstitutional ; r.ud put the corporations on the nnu basis a- regard* taxation as all ' the rpfct of the people. Tho demagogues ■id ka»ve3 whose i ril oonaself have led to all iiiis trouble ar.-. •.•■•.• trust, thoroughly discredited by the rtsultn nf their policy. | i ablic mast at Un^L'.-. realize that i . be gained by efforts to tramp!o j under foot the fundamental principles of republican government. Any attempt to euH-titute for the invalid methods which have proved so futil?, others baaed upon similar principles, would of course be sim ple fatuity. It needs no acumen to per ceive that the result of such on experiment would bs identical with the one now before us. Tho lessen of Judge Field's decision ia that so long as the United States Constitution stands r>o State can deal unjustly with any of its citizens in the matter of taxation, and that all at tempts in that direction ere certain to end in failure and injury to those who make them. The people of California have been 1 sulTerin;; from bad advica in this conr.ee ! tion. Venal journal* and politicildema j g.igne3 have urged them on to utterly un i tenable positions, and no>; that this )3 j made e'ear the same b*d crmnselors will ( doubtless endeavor to save themselves by I I proposing further progress in the same It i 3 to be hoped, however, that the ; ryes o: the public are being opened to I the worthlea^Qess of such advice. The : plain and obv:cns trath is that the only ! prectic.i cours ■ OOMMjte in tcctj>tir.j; the ■ bituatioa. Nor doe 3 this involve tha »ur i render of any popu!ir rights, or the con -1 ferring of any s;ecb,l privilege* or imma nitiei npon the corporation. All that is required by them is equal and uniform taxation. They have the same right to demand this that every citizen possesses. It is guaranteed to them by the United States Constitution, and it cannot be suc cessfully denied or withheld. AH that is necessary, therefore, is for the State to retire from an indefensible position, and to accord to these her citizens that equality under the law which she never should have attempted to refuse them. There in no hardship or humiliation in this. The humiliation consists in the reflection that it should be necessary for the Courts thus sharply to check the State for yieldiDg to the mischisvous suggestions of demagogues and unscrupulous atlf-seekers. But if the event serves to disillusionize the peo ple in regard to these blind leaders, the lesson will not have been given in vain, and the cost of it will not have been too great for the bcnelits conferred by the ex [ perience. HOME AND ABROAD. Woman and tier Five Children Dronnnl — A itUH&WU) 1. •: .Illllllt 11 i I'lisrc s«lm>:ii Mouiluutlons— Kxrth<|uak<- In M. 1. nit» Durl to the Both lv a Virginia Church -Great Pralrtc Fire In Dakota—Drowu lns of Two Boys and Two «.lrl»- Bloody Affray In *.eor»la— lntercsllnc Items of Furelcn ■HIM Ml, [B»CUL DISI'ATCHIUi TO THI RECORD-UNION.) ■ ■—■Mil. N. 'in inai ton. for CongrriM. DELE.V4.N (Wis ), September 27tb.— The Independents ot the First Coogresnional Dis trict hivd nominated Hon. John Winans. OnnOO (N. V.), September 27th.— The X publicans of the Tw-nty-etßlith CoD^reß ;-i }<t-\\ Dutrict have nominated Hon. Ste^beri C Mitliard, ot Bingha!:j;)ton. Lowell (iriss. ) S^ -pto:nr«r 27th. — The lOLli'-.. District Democratij Coaveatioa num iuuted CL S. Lilley for CongrfK!. Charleston (S. C), September 27ch — The BnjrnMinMia of th^ .Sev.-i.th District have noEniuti'.ed K. W. Mackey for Ooafenaa, The light was bitter, the Convecti n !a-<iug the cutirs week, ii.ic'.ii'v'.i t<vo oppaseati — li°3 aud Smalls (hoth colored) — charge hitn with bribery U> oblain. tho ncmiuntion, and threaten to run icdepeadent. Patersos (X. J.), Si-pt.-.ob.ir 27ih.— The Republicans of the Fifth Conpressional Dis trict have nominated Wm. VV. rhelpa, Omaha, September 27tb.— Tha Republican Conjjrtsaioaal Conven'.iaa of the Saco- tl Dis trict met at Hastings tc-iay, and nor;jiaatt,d lion James L Liird, of H»attajt_ WhUNMIH (Wkl .September 27'h — Tr.t Natiuaal Greeubaok Labjr pirty of tlie First Congressional Distiict nominated \V. L Uttley. ot Ricir-e. Omaha, Septembsr 27th. — The Democrats of too Tnird Corjoreseiocsl Dihtrict met to d-.y nt Vrsmunt, and coiiiinftted Hoo. W. H Hunger, a lawyer of Fremont. Jackson (Mich.), September 27th.— CoL 11. Iram Scnjiifje w»s nomicatpd for Con tLTts* by the joint Convention of Democrats a :d Grsenbackeri 1 . i:i.> I-'. — • lv <;iorsi:i. Atlanta, S^ptembar 27ch — A dispatch from L,«ary says that ia a fight between Lu.ius Kimond, alias Jcbn Spicy (c lure ) and a Sheriff's posse, Spkty waa kiliea. Spicy, in resuitiog, .-.:. t one of tee pos««) aid aid dentally shot 'and fatally wounded ! h own wife. U • iru li.in h> Flrr. Winston (X.C.), Stptember 27th. —Wood's mt>nufitcturiug tst^blithment was burned thin morning-. Loss unknown ; tLsared for ?50,000 Fatal Hhootinz AfTray In a Uiiuvh. WYTHtVILLE (V*« ), September SBA.—Dur iD^ the 8f esion < f the Bip'ist Aeeociitkn at Hampton C.-o s It "a^ia yeatoniay, two young men. noder the iiitiience of Hquor, begau .» pistol cunte't in thw church, Cuu-in^ a pabic m\. ■!!_■ thi worshipsr». l<svi Brysou w&s laliily shot by Jerry Cox. but mccee'ied in fatally satiating Uox. Both died ia the church. Many persons were injured by being i.ramp'e.l timing ihi pule. An I ilil i.- Coulesiifs lo Killing a Tramp. OliiCAOo, September 27th. — William Dv ni-DWiez, eJitor of a Puliau piper, nirrendered hixaelf to "ii • authoiities this uu.ning, cay i i"> i r tha; he had ju--t killed a man. His story ia tnat ou i;-::u and going out to the (tool yard he »t3 attacked by a tramp with a club, who iultowtd hiru iu',o tee housa and struck his wifa aad daughter ; that in *clf defesss he went and got a revolver and thot iii.- traoiu iv the bcaaat, kitlitig bimii stanttj Out louns Desperado Klllrd uud Ai • •:'!••.■ Caplutrd. Raywick (Ky.), St-ptenibjr 27th.—Ye*>ter iav a fj ia»e of six rueu, under c imuiar.it < f J. T. Marde-u and T. T. Millar, k&ied liieh»ru tiohrua^a anJ arrested his hrnthnr Wiliiam, two youcß dt'9perif!o.R. They made a dcs • perate icsistiicce. T:i-_-ir list eehaa w-w a murder in ludiana. Woman and Fire Chtldrrn Dronneil. Baltimoke, Siptoaiber 27tb.— At H-. ."• ville, Vi»., a mi'ldii'.n »»3 c^rriud away by a tt >od. and tho wi'.cr twepl down upon tee j Home if Mr. Boao, cirjwjiuj; ilia »ifs &ad j five chUdrtn. I I '.:• Mur<!cr«-rK uf Jeaae Jauirs Ir!;!,: nn! New Yokx, Beptamber 27ch. — The Jb">rd brother-, slkjers of J«se .i»m s, are un ex bibition i;i B:o)k!ya, ond i: i^ e.iid were badly Iri^hteueJ laat nivrhc liy tl'.oapiiearau'ja of a Weakaa c!.i;.iy veiled, whuiu they asserted w.n the wite of Fra^ik Jimes ar.d wiio they nay h:.i thre»te:"CJ *v t^ke their lives wnnu they »re aat exptctin^ it. The wooian, after glaaoiaft an.uml the place, en :■■'■• h carriage aud wm criveit runidiy aw. y. Drain or an Ex-t'cnEreHsunn. Adkias (Uioii), Sjptemb?r 27th. — Hon. Fernando V. Be&inau, ruembir of Cooertss I.- <:■ the :■'■•:■'■ District of tt.n S<Ate for hve ouoc;HHive terms, died here this afternoon, a^ei CA yeiis. »■!• i' Prairie Fire— I ••- nf life anil Properly. Rkhfielii (Dakoti), September 27t^.— The great prairie nre ra^iog in tnis oatmtrj his drtitrnyed ujucj f«rin property, and threatens RedS-ld. Dr. 11. M. Towae, ijrnierly ol Chicago, and Z tchariah John, fora)erly of D.tylor R'dse, 111 , surrouaded by t'. c fir;-, endeavored to iuu & t?&m itrouKh the ii • • t .-. The horaea turned sudiguly. und bot^i were throwa from tha »'«;™. Towse'l I#£ wis brokeß, and he smothered acd burued tn a crup. John escaiied, i.-v. was horrib y uaroed. Wumcu i.iUii-;; a Hand in Hehraaka Poll licit. On UU, September 'J7ib. — A coinmit'ea of tiie National Woman' j i-'uff.-a^e A?.* ■ i.-nti. n is iv eonfcMOM with a committee of the Ne braska A iii ciatiou, to pUu a ca;^,'.i, s 'ii in .V Ir •.. \ : I'onr r<r»:in» : - r- v. : ■■ i. Soitk '.'Bisos (i>), Saytewbar 27ch. — I Five poig'i; » entered »v old b *t at 5 o'clock I ynstei I »y, I i omsi the Jli»n. river, D;.rinir aplajt-it i* nipple f-r po triwion of the < ars '\t ■ ■ t& W& c»|rSZ'M. an I '. at "f I'ne |>.r y w?r.; ' i w )tii. Unfa Bwm m» N<wt im !;■... 'A'-ilice »aJ Abraham aa : & :3 Loom. A Hunani} 1 I.^rumolive. Mxnse.Tijlik (Minn ). Sep :■ 1.-r LTcb.— j At bt. J :;..s. i Q the St. Pud, Mir.neapoH* ■a ! ii^iii.oba Killruud, (even niiai frm Wil!m tin, this mercin*, a locomotive became unmara.:able, and was abscduntd by tho eli cit ear and firetrsc. It isade the run to Willmain at a treiii^ndousfpefd, there co'iid irg *kh 54 eiboCß9 occcp'ei by threfl men. completely wrtckicf: it and killing EJward Br^thcrn. Tee oibtrs were not serku-iy in jared. lh- .tmerlran laitltnte Fair. New TOBX, Bcpttmbat 27th.— Tho Araer ican IcHtitute Fjir wn« opened this afer- Ma by Pitideat Ely Many peopl.- weie pres ent. Tho fair wi'.l be open un;il December 9th. EnalnrcrMplvlDc and Secretary « hanOlrr. WfI»HIWTI>IT. Shpte«bK 27th. — K.'pin>-ir M- Ivii <j had a lorg i'ltervi-w t•■ ..sy wi h Secre'.iry \J,-.aiiulcr, Mkd pavo iv detail an ac eoatit of tha Sodin^ of the bodiM < f Da Lin? aid i.ir-T. Tne urivate pspers and journal of De L itg will be tamed over to hi 3 wife. The Track of (he Flood. Priscet.-n IN. J.), September '27-h —The water in 'be Deliwars and Usri? n Canal is ne»i'y nn', and niaoy boats ere just on thi bottom. A fsw bri-:pea hive (mm tcaiporarily !iU.'-d in position, ard tra'.r« are running. TU-5 OOOatty presents » wrecked appearacce. E;rtbquakc* In Hi? \ertbwr«t. BmmD (111 ), September 27ih.— A shc-ck of e^rt tjuake was din inctly felt here , sb.'t;: 4 /olock this morsing, C'kstbai.ia (II.), September 27th.—Awell ■ deified chock of eaith^nake was felt here | about half-put 4 o'clock this mcrcin?, lut | ing several « cords. It seemed to c. me from I tbe west, accompanied by a rumblins ionnd. i It rhook the i oases very perceptibly, and | wi'ka nearl - all ■ keper?. St. Louis, ?eptember 27th.— A iliffht ' shock of earthquake was felt in this city and v'cinity at 4:18 A. M. In the central part if the city the shock was tint DOticed by a roll in;: even ooise, f Howe 1 by twelve distirct vibrations, at intervals of one secoad. The first vibration was the most violent. Tbe shock lasted abonc fifteen seccndn. Viscensm (Ind ), September 27tb.— A shock of eartrquakb was felt here at 3 A. H. which rattle! the windows peroeptioly. It laste.l three mißutee. The shock was more distinct farther went. Tbr « 'Klirornla Colts. Albany (X. V), September -J7ih.— Ex- Governor Scanford's trotting colts arrived to day fr.im California, e'Khteeu strong, includ i ift WBdflowW, with a two-year-old record of 2:21. »nd Hindarnsa, with a yearling record of 2:3(1. They will oe at L Uiid Park all the week, it beii.K the intention to spfed them here and La t them acclimated somewhat be fore taking Uktu to Fleetwood Park, New York. All the horses are in excellent condi tion. Chicago Prehlbillonlntg. Chicago, September 27th.— The Prohibi tionistK of th;a city decided to-day to put a candidate in nomination for Coneresa and the State Legislature in every district in the county. Tbe fellow fever. Galveston (Tex.), i-5-pember 27 h.— Tbe Atirn' liroWLSville speLiaisay<: l'"ive Lew canes of yellow fever wtra reported to diy, but no deaths. In Matam rj.3 there were two deaths from fever. Pjcxsacola (Fla.), September 27th. — Sixty i'i-.H of yellow fever and tix ut ;. .ii-. are re ported to-day. Theruionictrlcal. New York, September 27i.h — Midnight — Highest temperature to-day, 03°; lowest, 52°. Chicago. September 27th. — Higheet teai peratnre to-daj-, 03"; lowest, 55". . M»itm.\. The Eg} pilau Situation. London, September 27th — Kawcstt, i'oat- I'.s-t r-ticLeril, upeakiotr &t Uackuey, g&yn I . _, ; ■!■ i baa no sel6th nbjecr. Her chisf oot osca v to necure to the Egyptian* tha beet government and tbe greatest amount cf lib erty puchiUt'. Tub kbuiw cnunecUd wi'i the 1.-.t • control would be avoided in tbs future i ,i !<: 1 >i: ■ would not have to banmit to he i ' - tl'.-i ..r i.n v.. '.a'.y lar h -e f.r, uf tlie rev euuea bi-icg appropriated by foreign ofEciaU. Bkp.li.n-, September 27th —It is setui-offi cia!ly ttctouueed hero that the Po-vers ex pect a communication from Great Britain within a few (Uys soliciting an expression of tiitir vie js on the fctate <.f tffjira in K«ypt. Caii-.0, S:-pk-aibjr27'-b.— The Minisuri to imj ftnree<i uuon three ilecreof. which the Khedive will sijn to-inorio* 1 . Th« fiwt dt» oteo iiiatitutes a j<iia i •! Gomtnixsioh fcr the proaecution of th 6 acU of rebsliian cimur.it ted by mtiitary or civiiianp. The Cooiuis bion wi!l ttniwht of nine members, unii be under the Preeidimcy of I'mail liej . Ths second onl' rs a Conrt -martial with • i it merabsrs, EUool P«ha ataUbtg, to b9 h~id in Cairo, and I'Uat it »:-:»Il i>ive JH^.^uir-:,; ac cording to the uiilitary coda without 8!;<. a': ij caßesßubiuiLi.e.l to tbe abo\e named L'on, --mi».-i n. Ti:c liiird dirfca the aKcemblici; ie Alexandria of another Court-martial, to try all casts submitted by tribunals recently sp potn-.ej io Alexaniri* and Tonlah. Tbe pri. fletdioga of both Courts-mir'.ial will b.» pab> lie, r.nd th.4 accused will bs p^rxitttd t-i eai picy couLsel. Tn« Khedive will »h"rtly i»ue a decree cranticg amneaty to all efficerf. from Captain* downward.', engaged in the rebellitn, txc-'jitinc; t'.icsa wb> [willdiiiflni in the liois or j >ir.e-i ti;e army titce the btvinoins uf the nampatf Ad \ lies i: ..111 Panama. J'an-ama. Sei>tea-.btr lC.h— The earth quakes killed only four peraji;* no tbe Is^h luu-i, but oce woman died from fright. The liaii.atre to property was not ps great as at nrnt reported. The Aloctaneros are dss^royinp; the houses and rrot s of l'eruviaua who atlorded aid to the Chile .11 . The American schoon»r Transit, repor'ed ■-'!.■. -1 Ml (Jape Graciaa Adits, Ni :,«. -i. ■.: ., w a s capture.! by tho revolutionist, who hep d they could thus capture Sao Juan del Norte, Mmßj called Gr.ytown. A man nameii Kmiliano Herrfro veizid *.h ■ town aud de clared himself Chief of tho Provisional Gov ernment on tbe Atlantic coast, and uader his authorization the schooler Transit was se'z d. She was mbstqnenlly recaptured by Captain Thompson and his n.en, and the rebels carried to Biutri.-W, Nicnraßua, and deliveied into the custody of th<> Ucited Sta'.e3 Consul. A f ter the Transit left Cape Gracia» Arii i>, the populace roseagaics*. the rsbelfl. seizea them and execntrd ths two leaders — Emelia >>> Herrero acd N'ij;u«l Cri pra—and thus p<aca wai at occe rebtcred. TheCoiind took tie prisoner* ilt-livered to him i>y Captain Thunpern to (reoriretowu, and turnod them oy r to the Nicarai;uan Gov crtor of that por*, v. h», in turn, seus thun to Granada, whtre they are now in prison awf-iling triii. Ur. Ar-ice ifftucr'. ona nf the richest and most hivbly educated Bolivian?, has been elected Prt-tident cf the Bolivian Congress, lie is a stacch advocate of peace at any pr'c. Annttarr %lrl»tT Tor an Auirrlrnu Hn:-«r IjONDON. Soptember 2"th. — Tbe Gn-at I'l-um llailway handicap at Kewvatfat was won hy LoriUard'l Ar»cz», Horopipa fecind. War Horn thiril. Th- b?t'in^ og.iinst Aracza at the start was L'O to 1. She wjc by tix leDgtbu. !••-■•-: r 1: . I Ire. London, Se;t m»i^r 27th— Smyth; V !i 1 : ery factory at lialhri^nan. Irebnd. br.rned :«st eveninp, and 300 pcrs cs wro thrown out of employment. -NEW ADVEKHBEM ■ »>p<'.-»l»l :l|l:l . •■! *ii i iii< • :.. %. Commande v. No. 2, Knight* Tfn-i>iar, ■WH*' at the Aqpnm. THIS (Ttumdar) E\»- I i INC. SeiitcmlirJSth, nl 7:30 oViock. ¥o. f^| fmuning Sir Knight* are omrteousiv In- LA7\l vitad to attend. E. B. WILLIS, K. C. A. A I!i-i>!m:t n". l!"< nrlrr 82S It .Inrirnl •»nler nr f»m|i||. — 4«r y regular nnctiiig of Court Siicramiiit o. No C,s6l, A. O. F, will he hel.t THIS iriu.ri tET d»v) EV»'l.\O. riiplliMlnil Ml at S £» o'clock sharp, at Encunpnvnt II 11, Odd Mhn*af liui.J hk, Ni' th »r.d X street* All Foraati rs a:o invited. D. F. ALEXANDER, C. R. Geo J. Brrgkb. Rec. Sec. [B C ] »2S It W. r. T I. — * Kprrlal Mrrllns «f Ihr Wnmeii'i Chrirti in Trnincr-<nco Cnion will bo ht-l<] Tills nOnmday) a>TERN"Oon, nwrtwulmi mill, at S::<o o'clock, »t tbdt rooms, No S(iO J etrect. Busi ness of importvee to the Association will be con sidered, ami all me:nt>enj are earnestly re<|ue<-ted to be prc«»nt. 527 2tned •>. r. F.— Pci£ul"r wrrkly mr^Unc or Friendship Connci 1 , No. 86°, THIS (Thtinxlny) EVEN ING, at 7::1".,\1.. k, .it Firemen'M Hall, on Eighth Btreet. M. m>>e s fn-o ottmr CounrHa ire inviteii. V. R. TIEL, Chief OoobcMoc N. E. WgrTK, Ree Tiler. b2SH Ml-* Frtin-M M. Kaiir will rrlnrn lo Sacramento by th* miild'o nl October, and will !»• prepared to re>-u!m* her cbi-s at once. [B.C.] t-27-2t WANTFD— A WOMIK TO DO GFXF.HAL housework and plain cookinj,-; uo wachirir. Apply at thin "t"icc. e2B-tf WANTED— A HOY, 1« OR 17 YEARS OF AGF, who wiitesa uood hand. Apply at Irsur auce Office, 331 .1 Btrcct. 62a tf FOR SALE— FRUIT FARM OF FO!;TV^» acres at Newcastle, twenty acre? uidervWr cultivation ; l.oOotre'Sin heirin/ ; e<>od house— «'■ anlh'.ns. Will >ie eoi.l at « bargain. Call on of ad irt«E P. P. WTEBB, Nevcaatls, Oai. «■:■>- 2x' SITUATION W.WTF.It BY A RrSI'ECTABLE widr»- i ily »h h.'ii-ckcrpe', w.t!i the p'ivilege of taMBK • ehiil fire itoisomL No objection to a ■Ball fmiiU. Hti'crcrice f;iven if rtquirc<l. Apply at Vil-2 X ■iirc-' affl-tt* PUWBIMI WAMIKD — A WfcW : CLASS Pfombrr U wanb I BmadbMr -t BCOTT 4 >lI'IU'~, Si :; .1 Jrett^S'crKniento. ti^ tf T.l>lt II OSEKEEPISG— TWO DRTOKKISHfD r no"y. with u«e of parlor; hath rxtm, hot, ■i. 1 Id water. Apply at 710 O street, ne.ir ' i . BiS- tf For Supervisor. WiLLIAM McLMIQHUN. REGULAR ' KMOCRATIC NOMINEK Fv)R Supervisor of the Scc.ind Pirtrict. atB-bj*d For Supervisor. S4WU-L BLA R. REGULAU KF.Pt'BLICAN NOMINEE FOR ; Snpervigo-of the Tliirl Dintrict. r:a i«td M bTiiOPOLITAN THEATER. MIMI SVF.MMi, orTCBGR '-•, I»S1. ts- FOR ON- WKiK ONLY!^» Mr. W. n T'AT.MTvRt-ktw pVnsnre in anncsr.cing the 3rst pradMti m in this ci:v .'f The SrCSI ll.»>!rrn aaatHM ! THE Banker's Daughter The Lights of London : PBIB TLi" AC:: l>! I GORGEOU'LY MOUNT!.; 1 I BRILLIANT EKaWO AND APPOINTMENTS ! NEW AND MAGNIFICENT SCENERY I ££■ l.vrr-.1h'.i.8 Sew, tMaf, Fciltct'.^l MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 2p, Bron 1 - n Hoa«rd» aplndid American cor. cdy drarua, the munaart i>ui.ini:-. WEPNrSD \Y, OCTOBER 4tii, (Fir« t me in th» citj). Tan lights of iom»o\. Produced witn the j^randeat effe"ts M "itnea»ed on the Btase of tbe If etripolitao. Box office open Ft lI».\Y MORNING at aA. M , where a ats cau be secured »i:hout e\n charge. ' ■ <.X >M» HITLNEE BAUBOAV. 828 9t NEW ADYEBTISEMENTS. ■A. GrRAND RATIFICATION TVW.JEiH TISTG- OK TUB REPUBLICAN PARTY J WILL Bl lIKID OS SATIKDAY BTBSdW, SEPT. .csih, AT TUB METROPOLITAN THEATER. The meetiuir will be aldressed by the County Candidates aud other distinguished speakers. By order of the County Committee. .lOHN KIDE-f, Chairman. A. J. Ruoids, Secretary. [B. C] s2S td AUCTION SALE - OK KLK«»AST HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ROSEWOOD PIANO, CAKPEIP, BTC D. J. Simmons & Co , Auctioneers, WILL BBLI, OX — — SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30,1882, At 10:30 o'clock Bbarp, all the El. «ant Furniture in the residence of D. N. THORPE, ESQ.. COR. NINTH AND L STS , And sold on account of myself and others to whom it may MM : One Koaewood SUinway Pimo, Kine Parlor Furn tnre, Fil'een Walnut. Uab-Kany and Pine Bedroom Sets Sprii.g and Hair Matlre&se', Feather Hulowdaud Boli-ters, Walnut and Mah iranv Wardrobes, Extension aud Marble-top Tables, Bruiaela and Ingrain CarjietM, Fme Dinin,' Chairs, Oil Cloths, Lace Curtain tad Cornices, Aud evcrvtnun in the entire large residence, in cludiiiif a tine Oarlund Bangw, No. 7, lieuly new; Kitchen Furniture, etj. «y*alr Putillve ! "SI D. J. SIMMONS, Auctioneer 828 3t Office. 1013 Fourth st . between J aud K. "It is my crceil— ray religion— that the poor man i< mite and the rich niiu's ahuiidance shall he equally protected by the Government, and equally taxed to maintain tlie Govunm-iit ; that before the laa each man's right arm thill hive an even eluince in thet'reat simple cf life. " M. M. ESTKI;. ESTEE AND CONKLIN. HON. A. L. HART Uc|>ul>Hran Sorainer Tor Allorney ticnrral. ANr» Hon. V. A. Gregg Will address the people on the issues ut the day - - AT 13 *s». <3 SS, jS. m 15 sd rs O i ON Piiday, October 6, 1882 The County Committee will pi, ase mike the iicc essary armifaauata In the ume&ag. By order uf the Republican State Central Com mittee - P- U COHNWALL, Chairman. JAMIS R FIM.ATSOX, Secretary. sSS-3t "It is my creed— my religion— that tho poor man's mite awl the rich urn's abundance ehall ;>e equally pncadad by the U >verumeni, and equally taxed to naiMaiu the BmarOMßt; thit Kfore the l»w each nun's right arm trial have an even chance In theirreat strugij-leof life." M M E-TEE. ESTEE AND CONKLIN. HON W, A. GBENII — MMB Hon. Calvin Edgerton ft ill aJ'.i.. ■ thi peepla on the iam I of t:.u .lav, us foUowl : QjßlMft Monday, Ootobei ! QBXTSTiLLK Viie d..y, October :', TAYLO :-;VIllk Wednetday, v it-.bur 4 DOWKISVILLE FHdny, October c Ki.il B3T (.1; V Saturday, I fober 7 HOhTH BLOOMF 1 1.1 i.. Monday, Oetofeei 9 HOKTB SAN .K'AN TtaKtaj , October 10 COLF.'. X.. Wedr.i-sd..y, October U lOW\ TIILL Ttandajr, October 12 Oi'lllK Fridiiy, October 1 S RuOKLIN' Saturdsy, October 14 NEVADA fflXf Mon.lav, Oet ber 16 GKASi VALLEY Tuesday, October 17 AUBURN Wednesday, October IS BUTTER CREEK Friday, October 20 JACKSON Saturday, October 21 AMADOR Monday, October O KOUUnfMI HILL Tuesday, October 24 SALINAS CITY Thursday, Oct jber H REDWOOD CITJ Fndoy, October 27 SAN i\A OaCZ Saturday, October 2b By order of the Republican State Cential Com mittno. p. B. CO.i.N WALL, Chairman. ■Umkm B. Fixlatson, Becrftan. n-2--3t "It 11 ray creoi— my fflfhm— Uwl thn i>oor m'iu'fl mite aud the rich mm' fl abu dance shad be tqiia% pr 'tecteJ by the Government ud equally Uixed to n\ intnin the Uovernrnftiit ; thit baton tba law Men man's ri>;ht arm shiil have an era chance in the great struggle of life. " M. M. hSTIE. ESTEE AND CONKLIN. HON. A. L. HART, Rrjiui>ilr»3 \ ..,,-. fir IHIHIJ General. Kon. V. A. Gregg Win aiidre=s the people n;i the issues of the day, as folluwd : W3ODLXND Monday, Octol>er 2 ATJBUBB Wednjsda.v, Octobir 4 I'LA'.EkVILLS Tharsdjy, October S Sl:K»1tMI) Friday, October C STOCKTON Saturday, Oct ber 7 OAKLAND Monday, Ootober 9 ■. OOD CUT Tuesday, October 10 SA.NTA OBTJZ Wednesday, Oct . r !! o .VILLK Thursday, October 12 SAL!\A-; CITY Frid.y, Oet ber U SAN JOSE Saturday, October U SAN i.VIS OBtSPO Monday, Otto Vt 16 SANTA MAMA Tl— llj. October 17 B \ BTA BA KB AH \ Wedoeaday, O ; : ■ .s \ S BUBUVSBTOBA lhondv, Oetotar 19 WIL.UI s'GTOS Saturday, O-tober 21 L'<s UtSUMM Monday, Osl TLL\RE Widnejdar, October 25 f::esHO Itaaday, 0 MEKO.-1D Fridar, October 27 MODEiTO Saturday, Ootobcr 23 3d.*.SrA Monday, October y> XL- BLUFF Tnesday, Oj- 1 CH !CO Wednesday. Kovetnber 1 MARYSVILLS Thun Jay, November i NAI'A Saturday, November 4 rhe County Committees will piemen irake the nee- «*ry ar.-at»jceiijei.t»> fcr the nMUan By order cf the K< pub i(.-»n State Certr-^1 Com mii-.ee. P. B. cOiiNWA'^t, Chairman. Ji»M R. FiSLiT9O!<, S-.cTstary. e a 3t NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. £W ThN M.iirf will be oc tupiedbv D IkBERNAKDI & CO of No*. SOB anil 310 X ttreet. They Rill announce th<i r.riival of Choi oat QAMB, WJULTKY, FKUIT, FISH VLGETABLt^.i-u , inliieir season. " b-JS 1 |.tf Pink euihohikl month and dazzling teeth, And treath ol lulm and ;i| » ol rose Are f mid not in this world beneath With vour(T or old, s»ve only those Who evtr wi«:ly, whiie tnev may, Use SUZuUONT by night and "day. e26-3tTuThS Loral I < -! i<:ii;i: i i Mr. L>»vid K. Mulijton, of Sar. Francisco, says "M\ ua?e »a a wncf baJ oi:e. My handd, arms, face and lens wore literally covered with a moat offensive eniptiun. Ki^ht bottles of BRISTOL'S SARSAI'AKILLA and three bottles of PI I LS car. ied off every sign of tut Oi^ease. s'ii-H For the l.ailif.. iMivii- a-!, your |iin aician hi* opinion of PURK CALIFORNIA POUT WISE, PEPSIN ASDCALIsAYA IiAKK combined, as a Tonic and Cure for Dyspepsia or Indigestion. If satisfactory, try HALL'S PEPSIN WINE HITTERS. Will fllll Ichi Ban. Man FranctM-o. ilnnblrd In size, is the brjiest Japam-Fo rale exhibition in the world. SKAITUCK & FLETCHER export their printing inks to Japan, re<;eive Japanese jroodi* la n'turn, and this is why Ichi Bon mirvive" on low prices. Logical, isn't it? TTtinimii and refill. Ooodsfor every branch of retail (..nntrv trade.ly-i-ti JUST "REIiEiVED, A FULL MS JKTMENT OF Fall and Winter DOLSVSANS Ulsters and Circulars ! — IN ALL THK LATEST lARBIILB ASD STYLES, m; Ladirs, Misses and Children From the Cheapest to the Moat Expensive ! M> Iliil -!■: <i\ THK <!i»»-T <;i !! :> VUEATRR VARIETY. tar CALL ON US BEFORE PURCHASING. "M CORNER S^iFTH AND J BTRSKT& Latest Ncveltie3 in DRESS GOODS! CADWALADER & PARSONS, |_>EaL >!-:TA're AND INSURANCE AOINTB, t'ornrr Tiiirti nn<l J ktTCCta. A'JSNT? MM INSURANCE CO. CF SAH RMMHSCO Fire aud ■:..:.:-. EI)W. CADWAL\I>ER, Notary Public, Commis sioner of DeoUand Convex anc-cr. jli'Jl'tf I CONSUMPTION CAN 8£ CURED i Dr. ITaIVQ Wm.^JLCllli Q For the |< Q IG[ O T|^ lungs. JL*Gb-LO€&uLL2 Com foitftnmptfon, Coldi), Pnenmonlb ■ nfliiciua, Kroßctlnl IMfllraltita, Bros rli:::«. !5< ;>r-< ;,c>~, Axlbma, (runt Htjmiiilnv. ioiKh, ,<j-'l nil >I-'h«<-- »f !•:< Brratiilns tlrtan*. li Mattel and Ik - ■ ! '><■ "It- n:»>rn« ■■ t; ■ I ?. f I. -•■>;.-. SaOnmrd Km) ; .!•.;■•'.• <l liic- i"«iim-, ;. i. |.n. I the nl,!u KK-ralH Mini tiKbtne>« acroast |J«» |dKH «!ilrh ii<T..>ii(;anv M. OMtffl TIOK U r.ot an liicur.d.le ■■fnitj II t only ccr. «ar) io byre Hie right r< r. n?>«! SJ»IL'I* Bll,**.*! Is tl-.:il r-in-'Cy «k»>t «».-r*.»K «»f auoner, ttr iht/ h^iilKi- "••••einr Trtll enrt yoo, »Tei <hoKC>' i rofe^Klonel nl<. I it «. t?T --t for DR. Wat HALL.-! fcAi SAM.wirt Uk< r, ÜBS, tOUMM <t • «•., .-.tpau. Henry's CARBOLIC SALVE, The Mont Powerful Healing Ointment and Disinfectant ever Discovered, I HENRY'S CABBOUC S.'.'.VF. DUU BUUNS I HEV.IY'S CARBOLIC SALYK CURB 9 SORK. j SESaY'S CARBOLIC SALVE ALLAYS PAIN. j BKKKTB CARBOLIC SALVE CURES ERUPTIONS ED ''.Y'H CARBOLIC BAXTI TTKALS PIMPLKS 'S CARiX)UC SALvE HEA.LS EKUIBES Aak fur Hear;'* and itc no otber. tST B*«Tire of Counterfeits. t4 HENRY'S CARBOLIC SALVF CURES POISON OAK. _ HJi.B., fiE\2T A CO., WhdleuUe Aar&U ol B-:*pTuThS4a wlaw ly W CASH GROOt-RY. GROCfKIES, PROVISIONS, OKAIN, GROUND Feed, etc., at lowest cssh prices. Special aiuu tion givea to country orders. _ss_Splm No. 812 X stre« t. Saga— to LEWIS &. JOHNSTON. PEUSmtS, 410 J bTi :kt, have HADI ample prnviuon for tne rapi 1 »wl eorrad j'" t' r -« of Briefs and Traos^r.p's, ar-1 ij»o <•! 1 1 m » ork of ail kinds. Simpler »r.U pricca lan.tahtd ou j spplicaticn. r j 2p>f . - CANDIDATES. For Auditor and fiecorde. W. E. GiRBER, REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE t R County Auditor nn.l Recorder. 827 td For Public Administrator H. S. BEALS, i |>EGL'LAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR ; XV Public Administrator. 826 M For Super in* eno ent of Schools CHAS. E. BISHOP, REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEK FOR Count} S j;-t ri:: p ni-lvni of Public School? j siMd For State Senator. G*OV£ L. J' HNSON, REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR .-tale Senator. Bia-isM For the Assembly. G. W. HANCOCK, REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR THE Aaxembly. BIJ-It For the Assembly. FRANK D. RYAN, REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR AHBEWBLWMAW. 825- td For County Assessor. C. WELLS. REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR U ounty AHgegaor. 620 J3td* For Treasurer. A. S. GREENLAW, REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR County Treasurer. s'23 t<l For Treasurer. MIOHACL FAY, DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNTY JTraaeurrr. all-Utd For County Clerk. M. RTBiARO, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC .NOMINEE FOB County Clerk. 621-istd For Coroner J. FKf.NK CLARK, TJEGTLAR RLPUBLJCAN NOMINEE FOX S.V County Cot ■. h".;/.ist<l_ For Police Judge. W. S. SAFFORD, REGULAR BEfCBUCAH ROUBEE FOB i Felloe Jndge. b23 <1 For Pohcs Ju's'go. W. A. HENRY, REGULAR DEMOCRATIC >.O.UIN>.E ?OR For Supervisor, JOSEPH WIBEMAN, RFC.. A". KKt'UBLICAN KOXINKE FOR rvlgor ••( Secoiv! W'.ir I. - 0-Md For Supervisor. S. GOTTIEIB, REGULAR BIPCBtKUN KOHIKSE FOR -, Fourth li trict. g]s-td For Supervisor. J«M£S MeQUmr, REGULAR DKMOCEATIC NOMINEE FOR . Soperviaor, Fourth District. Bict't AUCTIONS. AUCTION SALE OK TIIK GOVfUKMEiiT RANCH, Ami otber hndl in Contra Cocti c -nnty, com ;'ri,-:i g About 2 600 ■***•■ •" i"i>-i:,^ to the Bctati '1 GIUBKRT W. COLBY, deceased, CN SATURDAY, OCTOEER 7, ISB2, AT I P. M. In front of the Curt house, it .H IRI I* J./., ♦o * « X* « «BT.i t Oi' '.T Y. <'AL. PtUPXKTT TO i!E SOLD: First— Tl.c «.■ ■» lin.i tf the Tnirt kncmii as the G"V cnmieul U*- eh, con p;imn^ uh'juL I,'i >8 tent, lo- U-- t: . r ■.■.,;.'• !"i, ;■.:.!. ■. I .ul of Hie H..sl'.n.-S .'< Fri^l) : c Swi'j p Lnijd i.ittrict No. 174, iwtfclntng ab«.ut I,MI_ sees lyii:^ to Mid l:i lyli, Anu bub pel bo BgnMMQI <•* rnDnl. ' \ wUc - .'. - Dp ."i!.'..) .in- feu (»e liiVi.itil :«. ;h ti triv.r oath at tlii- imri 1\ i _ . • ■ £-« Alt ihc ftbova mi-; 3 1 >I.■ - Id h ■i -■ body. tec ir<l— A'^i>, ill.- frvalheut qoartei ■ V '•'^•;iS. nt>,l Un BorUnraM qosr er • i ■ ■■;> in ', I towatbip -i I ': , r UIU"-' I v.tr^t. Mount Di .'■' ;11 1.-rI J . 111, c-'ll t ire about 383 »crw, luJ knowj v.- ibe LnJ I: üb. lonjii <kl!<u- Fakm tiull.lnji;. Sb I. Hi Si:J nr'Ti b are flrat cl&st li ■< ■>' T ■ • . and ■ ' .. in* tatiuo >'■ the 9»n ; . . . ros eMlaa GlTea en Ddlrery ef Bc«4», TITi-^S P-RFECT. ■ ■ ■■. ,i- pAtJE a cteportt '■? tan par I •'■ ■!>, .■! »)e. in i or Kmruvad theck, and the bilmtcc ":i ' <. ■-" ; - . .> . i.l en of .' id ■ Ij '■■ 1.. D BANB !:• A■■■• i- Istrfttor 11 tli i >;.!?<■ <-f *.;. '.^ . ' "i'> 1 . . <v . «. benici.i, C&I., ■ ■ ' i. ' k, van rr-.'.n dsoo,ot KASTQtS & ELOBIBGE, ■S2-2W \* ■ . ' ■ • ' r , >^n Frmn< CARPETS TAPI>TI.V, ISKJ S*S-:i ", mU-PtT, BiKB-UMII, IHO I'll. IV<;!t4lV, And AT TUX VKRV SHtRBUftN & f WSTH .T»:» U Stlrrrl, brlnrrn »":i.:-rt ■ t% Fncrth. _a>ill-"p'f GENERAL a-UOTIONEERS. All c!a**te« Aiictiuu Bunise?^ pmniptiy ttt/jr.o- 1 i t<> (Jfflw. \n. ;wiri Tni-rth r.1.. tvri. J xmi Xt liiiiiviiiSi 7HE MOST POPULAR WHISKY ft^ IN THE MARKET S*- '■JLWUNf fUMHSUPERIOR TONIC PROFIT -i' Alio ASSQLUTE PURITY HAVIHAOE-^. •f?*- A GREAT FAVORITE.^?,^ ' FOR MEDICINAL & FAMILY USE AS WEIL AS FCR A MMFiaSMiTIKiKK.I'atISWiATiiSKyLiIUALIiM -OLD JUDGE)^ FDRSALE BY ALL GROCERS l UQUOR DEALERS. !^MT KANE,O'LEABY*CO WHOLESALE LIQUOR MERCHANTS, 221*223 BUSH ST. SAN FRANCtSCO. CAU. : SACRASVSEiiTO JN Thfl ItnilneeH J\ Tralnln^r SrU<»ol 'J cf tli« Pacific ** ~r Coast. (. ru'iu t<t'" «*««Jste<l ••» yi>l>«alninK em f/*J ->-^ ptoymt-nt. K«i* J}24-3pSm4«»3m BAgKINQ HOUSES, ~rifATIONAL QOLD BANK D. 6. MILLS & CO., SACRAMENTO. EXITED BTATftS DEPOSITAJKT. ■xcHjmoa oh Ban FranclMo, New Tork. Cbleag*. London, Dublin, Paris, tiiaitscow* Berlin, Frankfnrt-on-Main, Vienna, St. Petersburg, Cojwnhagcn, Stockholm, Christiana, Amsterdam, Antwerp, Geneva, Venice, and all of the principal cities of Europe. This llmik baa correspondent!! In Mexico, South America, West Indies, Australia, Honolulu, ana all p»rtB of the world, and special facilities for making collect! onn. ge!2-4ptf -'* PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANE, SACRAMENTO IctfrcM Paid on Deposits S. mi < liinimilv. ! xkeoests-st to x.o^lzst. el^ptf JAhieit LAWRENCE ENGLISH, BASIkEK, NO I«! 10 FOURTH STREET, BETWEEN J and X, Sacramento. JflT Commercial ar.d Savings Deposits received, aid a general bnnk'naf business done. Exchange on San Francisco and the F.tst. Interest »i : paid on Savings Deposits In this Ba':k, forth* Stnji-Annual Term ending JUNK 3©ifc, at the rate uf 6 [vr cent, per annum. sl-tplm MONEY TO LOAN OS O- JEL J^.XZff I* WAKKHOISI , OK OTIiEII APP3COVK9 SECURITY, AT LOWEST MARKET BATES, BT California State Bank, SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA. a;»; tf Epal to any Imported. [PURN-,'> M CHAHR|K| 530 was hi Hero a sr s.f. cai,. Used by all Connoisseurs. npilE ABOVE CELEBRATED BRAND OF CHAMPAGNES ! Are taking the place of moot imported. THEY ARE THK ONLY GENUINE CALIf\)KMIA CUAM. PAfJVES in the market— made prcci«lv^r^T.iiJ^k as thiwe in the Champagne Liis'rict. sJ2-3p^frrhS Friend Terry LX -g 7% t£M f**f*k t^FD ATHZ^ |_I stf! X ff" &\ I *e& ST I ;«Jr Saw. 3 a Established isss. SbCARPiHE,RrDWCCD,ORECOH&TBUCia£PINE t At Wholesale and BetaS, anj ■aaafactartd t-« «».-»Jer .-.t tkt MiEU»f ihc tODiptllJ . Abo l) oi- : Windswa, BH id«, Bbakm £hhit;!cg, Beta and Tin. MAIS VAR:> .-. M> OFFTCE, No. 1310 Second Street, near M. BRANCH VA..I), • ora^r Twelfth A .1 r>:-.. IaOIMM*, Tal. JOH^T.STOLL, No. 610 H street, Sicram r.to, Cal , •'icturer of \ s* *-\ kinds of SAn <4' V / / DLE-.HAHBESa, - -■; — ' "> \ S, SAD- DLa-TUEES, etc. SA In:|viiter anil .- ~- B^^^HlH Jobiicr of the best H|^ tv of SAD | ) BOBEd, BLANK ". . etc. Kygooatoan f^htr. |i»mila«l to bo ;-» m reprcsontad. DIIKCT r.KTTFgS : \ " .y BOX M, \ / Sarramralo. V si lplm MESSRS. FiSCuT WATSON F^KSI'KCTFII.I.Y INVITE THE PIP.: IC »» \, tn ca'l upun thfTii and note the e\'on- j& uve impmvementa that have liecn perfected iv in tlicir IKriiiiu' Academy within the last iwow— lV. Mb I>< v »re now prnpainil to receive *!;eir iriifßts, dnba, c aaaa, < to , in tirstmte style. Classes will he fonne»i i;i the following order, be*fini»ii.. VasMfaq Oclohrr 3.1 : Genta' ClaM, Tnmday evpninar, at 7:3o o'clock : La dies' and dints' I'Usf, Tliutilaj ■» whig. 11 TJO o'doek; Li:i'V Obw Ibnndav afternoon, at 2 k, and Friday afttlliumi rt B nVlnat" ; F.wiies' and OhDdran'aOlaaT, -v'l'inl ij :>.'tr mo m atScMoek; .-■ iial I'v.'iy Batardaj Dlgbt at S (/deck. Private IffHWriH -^i\ !! :;t :ili ".li.urH- H-Mt.,-|M--; nil.-i' 1 fur ■ r all occasions JACOBS HAL., U>l7 J street, between Tunth auii hlovei.h, almve the ■■ -»: I lw PRACTICAL CARRIAGE PAINTER, 11 1 0 I, M, Uth & 12tfc Btt.. Bw.raiEe»«», Grape-Growers, Attention ! i , \\7K ABE BIADTTO IIECEIVE CRAPES AT our Caoilal Wat Itorj I !"!.' '.I.V, y the n'Mkot ca?l: | gl^tf H. W. CARROLL & CO. VRU OE.NRRAL AOEKCY OF THK DAILY RECOR^-UXION. A»D TTI« US&AIfiRQ WrKKLI UHM i:; san francisco 4^^ 13 AT So. 8 Xew W;>nUom.T}i-ar<-«i, mIS-2Dtf STEIN WAY A SCWi»' P!AMO». AHEYMAN, SOLE 4OBR, 1. .ila« M w • street, bet. Bi:.th anrf S vcuMi.&fflajPKs ppoeit'! Court-honno. PIANOS TOj f $ 1 || LKT. Flanoa gold ■ i£3UUaiMia, w. .^.^