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SHADOWS.
A burst < f zolden mnnhiDe,
A whispering ot the ■*■*■•■
A muwc-ripp 10 on the br- k,
A joy, a wonder in each nook ;
A fUtaMnf shadow o'tr the land,
A flushing "f the trc-ti|«,
A crimsoning of th* lake,
A peaceful mildness in the air,
A thought of hi.i.li n mysteries 'here,
A glorious fading of the tvn —
A Summei's tiay is do c.
A jiy in childhood's plsjthinjjs,
A eaatioc then asid.; ,
A flish H coder, jomh-ho^il's 1
When joy bre^k-. throogn tlie passing shower;
Acaatla bvtldhig in tbc air;
A cherished t o(>e d.fi»ted ;
A smtle, a joy, a daabt,
A glum, ril 'lEn d t!i<- ius'. ;
A rigtj w t *>v its b'Hoin cu»t ;
a rj ai k irorU unk' own ;
Aud ihe.i- a soul lv» fl >*n.
—! Chambers' Journal.
THE QUIET HOUR.
Answers to September 231.
1423 M»rquis of Lone.
14-Jl. KWatey.
14J.). Arabi l'asha.
1 1-N. Svmpathiz;.
1427. (1) By cot returning thrm. (2 !
is ready to receive proposals. ."!) He anil
always sup-port her (sap porter). (4) Kit
ting out the li jht. (5) Ho kcows how to
" write " about face.
142S (Answer reserved )
New Tangles.
L 434. Bt-Juaciinsr, by Qtttt :
Entire, band* : beheaded, btacfc makca : igaln, *
Keuii9 m troes, lurindlag the maples; mice be
heade-l, a pla&t.
1435. Word analytic, by BU S :
A w r! of »U 1 tten. Rahead ■( two ■
part of a baa ; cur: .il ot toot an I li .d a boy's nick
name; curt iil <f tlir.'e 2»:il flul a nldroaine for a
Bill ; l« bead ■■! itu and find a jlrPs idekranu ; cur
tail of tiir^c and rial aid] way alike; 1> '
thne, curtail of onc,reTaf»B ana find aldiiaoon-
Junction. My whole ti -i rega'ar method or order
n things or thoughts.
14:!o'. Hidden foreign town?, by Kvelyn.
[Hash of the five Legiua with the same let
ter.]
Dear Trip: 0 ! We la too abort to reply to n>«, to It,
rorator U>«t thou ad i ■ ■ ' '■■.'• ■■ •• '■
o about the world v, ing the wonders . i
Baton ami »r:, and I ■
descriljt them to o V wr letb r lr-un
i I .■■ for tba tiru-.
bchi.-, bat, •;. il Pnp, i ■■■
tail or telegraph, '.r i ■•■.ill feel
myloragTuw xU. Everaierar, CEUA.
1437. I'uj.z'c by J. il. C:
Tw 1 I tad, t»" !•>••;.•■, t v 1
otrc il*i • ; - ■ lodiffur
ent, pur.- ni. 1 . ml. A I denta v..c. Some rear me.
prim . tifr»vi !. phi :. . .
piin ted, : r, 1
ril t'i ; a weapon "f 1 B«dw «il ihfcnsß. ihe
; murder, j -jO'i-y uid *r 1 v : Urn i ■
"f joy, peue wd k* o f " c
eon ; the enemy and ■! c friuml 1 f man ; tin gourc
- - - - id - . 1 111 1 KUlfi !U
all boiisshoids in sonu form. lun
Bonic, cist ttw.iy by I by m:.i,y. 1
mtheonudfl 1 ■■ - i i'\ miJ
religion : >A Liiur, nscilj r, ■- 1 1
iltty.
1435. Riddle, by Gua :
Wbou till *.U' try waifliman
PI -l- ins yjroi urn w j ,
1 rliet-r llie Unoly )■■ .'i
With a Btroggiing r.iy.
Fir-t is hr ml. long • r ?-h. >rt ;
liard, ikift, h tor cold ;
It's su"'t' . <<r r.u.ii, 1 r
-', »c:ik, jroa
iii \ oio k -- -.
Ami HtgilHfSß, Uwn, I raye;
Vit ].y 11 "f!,-;i 1| . .-,
And seei the- vi;
I have no li:inds to &let, </
Nur > • -
; reach 1 oal
Tv lilt aw.
ll] B
Kll;.v. - ■ - -
Oft .■-■■: ': :•!, it
Solves theni eof nati >n«.
My <rl li • • bine :
Tho - get,
i v in number.
1439. Numerical of 11 letters, nitaning
decrei i: 1 /, bj Qoiz :
t, 2, 3, a ' as rendered, very.
!. t., put in ir.i^r.
2, 4, B, -a proverb.
, 1. '.. to t Ice prey.
8,7, I', 11, 11, J, '.hu priodpa coin ot ancient
1.r.. .
7, S, '*, DO liey.
7, 8, B, 10, a iiirl's nickiir.m
'', 10, 11, a txi>'d picksune
11, IS, !3, 14. -J, a kind of oebi r Bled la England
for marlclas: >bin p.
3, 10, 11, U, 18, 11. '.ri-inal.
1410. Diamonds foi Amy, f om Hore :
1. In Carrie ; a ci-i'i'.rciin nt \vlt73rlar..l ai^arr.e
at cards; a boy's nickr.arct: ; Ile fcer.
2. la Olive; a cumhinati'..i of r, c N 1 innec'O'l
wiili the month of au oboe; J ickwM 1 ; that whii i.
is ksfS ; in Hattie.
"SYMMES ' HOL. "
The two most important f.atatc* "f John
Clev.s SymmcV theory are that all orbicu
lar bodies in Mib universe pirtaking of a
planetary nature are composed in a greater
or less degree o'J spheres cjn entric, one
within the other, and to some xtsnt open
at their ]>ole 3; and that gray ty s due to
the pressure of an impalpable stamen . com
posed of minute concentric ip 1 rc9, ext
ent throughout all apace, e'.-ist-'c, and
changing its molecules by any Juoce of
matUr whatever throughout s aae. = T)
this substance Captain Bymmej attiibute,
gravity, makiDg it a pushing instead of a
pulling force, as it is now generally held to
be. Kut thia latter theory of gravitation
he l>"k!d not to be essential to his theory of
concentric circles, which circles would be
formed upon tn« old theory of gravitation.
Captain Syniin.s published notes or ex
planations of his ti.ory, which he called
memoirs. Memoir No. II gays : " With
divide!* describe » circle on a plane of
n:itter of lvi.be lexture, and in the centre
add a very small circle ; then draw a liae
through the center. It is evideDt (as mat
ter gravitates matter io proportion to
quantity and distance) t!.a« either half of
the inner circle, being almost equally sur
rounded by n:.v.Ur, must be very little
gravitated ccntt rwise ; so being suspended,
only a rotary motion i 3 needed to throw it
compactly toward the outer circle, Tnis
being admitted, it follows that half
way from the outer to th" inner side
of this circle el i>.atU;r so thrown out, a
like rarity, suspension, or bilar.c:: of grav
ity should prevail, and beoca a disposition
to concentric circles ; tharefore it follows
that successive similar mbdmaioni thould
exibt, mdnally hmnning in force or quan
tity, i'.y applying thic principle to the
earth I fouml tha necessity of hoilow, con
centric fpherea. A d-.ciaion of school men
ou these lines sl.all be followed by addi
tional position", farther explaining my new
principles of hollow spheres, open at tlie
poles, declared in a circular letter of the
10th uf Apiil, 1816— -Johs C Stokes, of
Ohm, late Captain of Infantry."
This is the basis of Symmes' theory. '
Tins theory he maintained with great care
cstuc-3, courage and tiioijtercstedtess dur
ing a large part of h s life, ai.d were he
living cow he would in all likelihood be
doughtily contending for it still, accomaio
daticg his theory to the Xires expedition I
— which went whore he (.icc!jr:d irrtfuta
ble optical proof ccu'.d be had of the polar
openings— and all other rtiwumMim wljat
eoever.
Among other armaments that be brought
to his support were the migrations of ani
mals to and froji the arctic regions, atmos
pheric refractii n, an-1 the variation of the
compass observed in high northern lati
tudes. He tnppoMd that there miut t\isW
"mid-plane spaces" iv ccii of the spheres,
and believed the interior of the inclosed
spheres to be lighted by the direct and re
fracted rays of the iun. Kich of the;e
spheres he rappoaed v be widely open at
the pole*. Ti e plan auf the=e poiar opcu
ini;s were said to be inclined to the plane '■
of the ecliptic at an anylo of about twelve
degrees. M that the real axis of the earth
bein/ perpendicular to the plane of the
equator, would form au-le of twelve de
grees with a l:ne pawing Utroogfa thesphere |
at right au^lej with me polar openings,
and OOMOguntly the ve.^e (or edg« ) of the
polar opt uin Tg n.uts; approach several de
grcts nearer to tie tarri/a eqoator on one
side than CB the other.
Symmts beUerod that there were be
neaih our feet miles and nv.10.3 of wondrous
unc'.a'i' I a , is ; roiidcof roamed iv
colder i ; - •■, swam in its seas, ani
mals and tress and flowers of carious and
unknown bhape n.vle its life % primal glad
ness ; epletiiid doioci of unuld wonders,
misty dreams of sp'cadors unnamalle
fljar^d through his nightly and daily
thoc^ate, at"i greater than all burned
within him t^e ceiseless dejira to bacome
the finoverar of this unknown land. And
the only thiii;; needful web for the Govern
ment to traverse the "icy circle," pierce
the polar opening', »n-J sail in and take
possession — perchance to hud man, to meet
a mighty race of peop'.e, to come face to
face with tome etnpeuuous revelation of
nature, to explore some spier.di.l barbarism,
or discloas a civilization as yet undreamed.
JHar^er's Alsgizine.
WHIPPIN G HORSES.
Human n^.cure and brute nature are
much more alike than people generally im
agine, and if we are to apply tns same gen
eral rulei in the government of animals
which actuate us in the control of children
and grown peroone, our success wculd be
much more certain, while the prcces3
would be far more agreeable to all con
cerned. If we desire a wayward child to
do thus and s<>, we do not take a rawhide
and lash him, l.ut we simply indicate our
wishes in an intelligeut manner, and point
out the reason why certain proclivities
n,u-t not be indulged in. As toon as the
chiid clearly understands, ten to one it is
ready to obtjv It is precisely the same
wi'.h colt 3 aud horses, only, as we cannot
indicate plainly by wordß what we desire,
we should resort to ingenious but always
patient management. The whip is the
parent' of stubborueas in a high-spirited
animal, while gentleness will win obedi
ence, and, at the same time, attach the an
imal to ur.
It is the easiest thing imaginable to win
the aiiiiction of animals, ana especially of
horses. An apple, a potato or a few lumps
of sugar given from the hand, now and
then, will Ciuao the horse to prick up hie
ears at the sound of his owner's footstep,
not with fear tut with a low wbionying
co'e of pleasure. The confidence of the
coble b-;ast IliUB gained, will lead him to
obey the slightest intelligent tone ot voice
or indication of the bit. There ia co such
thing a3 balkiaess to be found in a howe
thus treated ; he shows a desire to obey,
whereas a few liehes of the whip, smartly
applied, if he be a horse worth havin.', wi'l
.-.r. u-e iv him a spiiit of retaliation aud
stubborncsa that may cost the owner hours
of trouble, and possibly danger to life aad
limb. Horses are m-ide gtntle by kind
atm. Titty "believe"' in the master they
love, and his voice wi',l calm them in a
moment of fear or induce them to strug
gle forward even whin overladen, and
when a whip would be ture to bring them
to a stubborn standstill.
X > man knows the true value of hid
bona until he ha 3 won bin regard and con
fidence, a3 it were. Tha whip will nevtr
do this. A kind baud and gi a':!e votoe v. ill
act like maKic ; thus we have kaown won; !i
who could haiirll-! and drive liorst?<, tha",
would almo«t invariably thow some vicious
tr.iits in the hands of a male driver. Tncse
facts apply especially t> the renriug aan
training ot young cults, toowtiiing which
the Ara'o3 understand bettor than we do.
They do not "break" their olts, they
adapt them ; they fondle them from their
birth and pet them always. Au Arab would
a Strike lus wife or his daughter as
his horse, and no animals iv the world are
ibeter, more enduring or in re docile iv the
performance oi every task which ia given
t&em than is the Arabian horse. We w-uld
■ s«e the whip wholly discarded. —
i'M. M. Ballon.
A BJLO BOSDKOBBIKY U LOSBCN.
A robbery has been committed in Lon
don uu jer circumstances as remarkable for
the Urge arnuuut of property stolen as for
the oommon-pUce manner in which the
thief set about his Woik. I', appears, lays
tue Daily Telegraph, that un Odessin
; Sivitch recently became entitled
upjn the death of his brother to Banian
. itilian bonds to the value of £16 180.
These bonds were deposited in the lUuk of
England. A few days ago ilr. Savitch ar
nved in England for the purpose of claim
is property. Not being acquainted
with the English language, his lirat step
was to secure the services oi an interpreter,
and, apparently without any fa qoiry a=
to the man's trustworthiness, he engaged
ian named John Nbviteky in this
capacity. On Tuesday morning, accsm
ptniedb] his newly- tmmd compani a ami
bis solicitor, Mr. Sivnoh proceeded to
the Bank of England, ani warn put iv pos
session of the Lotus. He then ltft
nil solicitor witib the avowed inten
tion of taking tho documents to
the oiiices of the National Safe Deposit
for better security. It seema, however,
that, presumably overruled by 1113 inter
preter, Mr. Savitch abandoned this inten
tion, aud was induced by Novitzky to as
eompany him to his ludginga in Blaodford
street. Arrived there tho two l'.Ußbiina
had supper and then sat down to a game
of chess. At the conclusion of the game
Mr. Savitch rose to leave for his lodgings,
wheii Novizky sprang upon him, seizing
hail by the throat. After having nearly
strangle 1 his employer, who was by this
time quite pawerless, the interpreter se'zed
tho erthor bag containing the bomlp, and
male of.' with the booty. As soon as iir.
Savito' recovered his presence of mind he
made the beai 0: his way to the nearest po
ijs tatioi. ail steps were immediately
taken t< eto,j t!u payment of the bonds
shonl ' th?ybj ;v j seated. Unfortunately
the bends an pajrtb le to bearer, and oonse
q-jor.tJy rmy h?.-.-i eft Xovilzky's hands
b 1 thsj ac ) m ated at a banker's. A
ruv.v o'. 1) ' 1 ; . > fen offered forthean-.
priLeas'ji oi 1 10 i 1 f.
( '■: ii LI r.Mi.AL DEVELOPMEHT
Th'.L>al)Tr' /<' aaya that acurir.ua in
ataacoo: electrical development by friction
baa been observed in a Berlin brewery,
thorgh not without causing a sjreat deal
of alarm amoDj; the workmen. Tte build
ing is constructed of stone and iron, the
floor being laid in asphalt. In the upper
story of the malthouse wia a rmiU-clean
ing machine, from whbh the malt was
taken through an iron chute to wac< n? be
low for distribution through the works. It
was found tint if this maeliino remained
in operation for a length of timn clectrici'v
waa developed by the friction of th,e malt
with tho chute, anl in the nost nolated
portions of it the tensii n of the eke'r ity
was such as to cause a continuous stream
of spirks. The malt itself cracklo-.1, while
the sparks flew from it to the haadl of
those standing by, who looked np. n tLe
manifestation as one of demoniacal origin.
An expert was called iv to examine the
phcnon.ena. and* tho rabjeot was brought
befoae t!is ERectriml Technical Union. Dr.
Werner Siemens showed ho,v, through the
influ<-n'e of the a«;..!ialt l! ior, the malt
room was so insulated from the other por
ti-MiS of the building as to become a bugs
Ley den jar.
A PaBUC— A lion, who had live.l for
several years in a certain neighborhood and
gaiaed gereral respect for the manner in
which he had conducted himself, was sud
denly made the object of slanders and
j abase. When ho came to trace these
stoiies l)3ck he found that they had been
I started by a mouse. "Why have you
slandered me?'' demanded the lion. " Be
cause people will only accept me as a
mouse," was the rt ply. •■ But am Ito
blame for that ?" " lVrhaps not ; but why
should you be a lion, able to strike down
I the ox, while I am but a puuv msuse, able
on'y (0 frighten women and children ?
What grieves me is the fact that ra'ure
made a mistake." "Very well," said the
king of beasts, " you go forth and r.iarand
kill, and I will become a mouse." The
mouse sUlked into the forest and be = 'an to
growl and roar, but his efforts were r<>
i ceived with laughter. After he bad tried
it again cud again, the owl dropped down
beaiile him and observed, •' Instead of
making me afraid, you ou!y disturb my
slumbers r.nd annoy ray friends, t'.'tne
inside, out of the malaria." Mora'— The
mouse who Dinbles at crumbs is dc ing ail
t'nat is dxpfctedof him. Secondly, he who
looks for the mistakes of othenj simply
j shows the world his envious fee'ics
; [l'.tr,it I'/fe IVes-s.
BaIIVL iM.IX WIMM I'llAK.At Ti:i;<.
I One of the lirot difficulties agaiuat waich a
j fOBBg Assyrian stu kut ha»'to contend is
the variation of forrr undergone by the
cuneiform characters aa used in Assyria
and BabyloßM a: liitTcrent pori'idc. fhe
forms found in tha earliest tex's, those,
I nimely, of tha pre-S. mitio or Accaiian
epoch, are re'.i'ivdy not lar removed from
the primitive pictures out of wi.ioh the
cuneiform characters developed ; tfiey ex
hibit a complexity aud a pup^rtluity of
wedgtg whic>) are qu-.tfe bewildering at first
s-.^ht. In Bibylouia these early forms
were gradually simpiiriel, ar.d a- each tuc
aeaatra sta-.e of simplification were adapted
tothe^ ce.ds of a cur.ive v.riting. Conse.
ejuen'.iy, the monuments present us with
BLV-erai oiff^rent forms of the cuneiform
ajllabary, each of which h accompanied by
a correapc-ndirg cursive tenpt. — [The
A Nevada piper tdb of a man who was
eaten up by a bear while aa'.tep. It would
teem that nothing short of zn invitation to
annk Will a»akea a NtvatU man.
'•BrcarPAißA."- QfUk, c mpl t tecnre, all
6c^oy:ig Kidr.ey and Urirary rif.fa.ej,. *i ,
COAST AND STATE.
Flour retails in Canyon City at $10 per
barrel.
There are now 3.000 names on the Naja
county Great Register.
Pinal county boasts the largest coal
fields in Arizona Territory.
Sunday a terrific thunder, lightning and
hail s^prm prevailed at Ited Bluff.
The warehoueea at Junction City con
tinue to r<c-«ive about 4 000 bushels of
wheat daily.
A atock of corn measuring twelve feet in
length end seven inches in circumference is
shown iv Dayton, Or.
The Downey Signal effiee has a mam
moth apple, of the pippin variety, that
weighs 23 J ounce*, aud a pear from the
orchard ot J. 11. Stewart, weighing 24
ounces.
Major B/er», of Lissen county, will
commence on the 20th of October to fatten
1,000 head of beef cittle for the Sin Fran
cisco market. The beef business promises
to grow in importance there.
The new bridge across the south fork of
the John Djy, Oregon, is to have two
spans sixty feet each, and two approache?,
each tifty feet in length.
Mount Kv.nier, with its 7,000 feet of
snow aiid 0,500 feet of green j looks like
a vast umbrella of white satin, with a deep
border of gie.n, held up by Boine mount
ain Cyclops against the sky.
'l'hi. hub Lai kins disappeared suddenly
from a hotel in C .trvallia about six weeks
ago, having behind him hie biggige. He
his not been heard from since, and it is
thought that in a tii cf ntental dtrangs
meut he threw himstlf into the river.
Wood liiver Tim?*, September 20th :
The high mountain pyaka around Hul.y,
Kctchum and above were all covered with
enow this miming, While it was raining
l.ere yesterday, snow wss ttyirg thick up
on the hilla .-\ud tlio temperature was low
ered 20 .
Wrod in l-^rge qunniities 19 being shipped
limn St. Helena acd other points alon^ .lie
Napa road, t> Oixon, Solano county. The
Tribune fays that farmers in that vicinity
lind it cheaper to lay iv a 6upply of wood
in this way than to haul it by team from
the hills.
Oa eleven acres of ground, Thomaa I'ar
.=■ m, of Sane l , Mer.<ioeino county, ihi.s
jeir harvested 22,242 pounds of hops. He
confracted his ciop early iv the season at
■h.ity cents, at which tLure it brought
iiim .- ; ii,(>72 UO, returuiag a prolit of over
•J),000 on the eleven acred.
A gentleman who passed through the
district recently brained over m»; of
Cloverdale found tha chaired bodies of four
liter :u one place, two in another acd tix
iv another. He says the Ilimes traveled
with lightning rapidity, leapirjg gorges,
jumping gr.p 3 aod barren phots, and where
t".e wild oats were thickest running like a
horse. He thinks a large number of ani
ma's, wi!d and otherwise, must have per
iahed.
\\ . T). Gibbs, who lives near Summcrs
ville, and abouc niue miles from Sonora,
«ay 3he sowed four sacks of " Surprise "
oats, containing about 100 pounds to the
Back, on tight and half acres of laud.
From this lield he thrashed 124 eacks,
which averaged 100 pounds to the sack ;
also right packs of unoleaned oats, which
weighed about GOO founds. A harvest of
1.'j.000 pounds of line oats from 400 pounds
is not to bad.
B. J. Akerman, 1 >jputy (Jotted States
M-rshal, arrived l.ere on yesterday morn
ing's train snd registered at the Union Ho
tel. In the forenoon he went to the Sailor
Flat mine at Blue Tent, where he failed at
the time of hia vi-it last month to get ser
vice on the company of th.> or.^er to show
eiuae why an injunction should not issue
in the case of Woodruff VS. The Milton and
other miiiine companies included in the
new suit. Yesterday, as before, he failed
to tiud anyone connected with the mine,
Im t left papers there. It is supposed the
Court has ordered that this leaving of the
papers will answer as viell as personally
interviewing the owners. In the afternoon
he went to Omega. The reason of this
latter trip is not known, as ho got service
there the tirst time he went up.— [Nevada
Transcript, October 31.
Two Orange boys w. re deer-dunting in
the mountains a few da>s since, and while
gently stealing their way along a narrow
ravine, were suddenly startled by hearing
a loud crackling in the brush on the bank
of the ravine. They instantly forgot about
deer, as they beheld an immensa bear
emerge from the boshes directly in front of
them. They dropped their rifles in aston
nt, and turned to run, but Bruin was
tco qniak fur them. With a ferocious
growl, he sprang after them, and struck
the hindmost orcfein a blow which relieved
him of mes; of his clothicg, but he escaped
without further injury. The bo>s inought
it dear sport, an they left their deer and
ritlea behind them, aud were compelled to
return to their cabin bare, si^hin^ : " Oh,
dear ! 'tv a m than I cnu be^r ! " — [Santa
Ana .Standard.
Oapt. G. W. Rooxbs, of Warhiagtra, D. (.' ,
m :f -rui with an afimeat of t!i< liip for twenty
yeari", and experienced more becetit from Sc.
Jacob* i ) I than Irom any other Kubs'.accs.
POLITIGAL.
"If I ewiiif t set a rpi'.ujlion to three cents a
■ ■ ifll it itiiir."— | Stooenian's re|l/ to Uail
ro..i Cumodflriooer Cone.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET
ELEC-lOM TUISDW, NOV£M3ER 7, 1832.
For Governor 4iEORtiR STO\EMAN'
For Ll<'n:.-(invern<ir JUHK IH(;(.I.1T
Per Mmtgu of ■>)« **• » J. -.:. sh^upstein
premc funrl ) K. M. KOS3
t'Mic rosor.E-8 :
„,,.„ ) C H tRLFS A. 81 MXER
' I • II v It. SMMUm k
Second District tAUKt 11. BI I>1»
For frrretarj- or State. ..T. I. Tllt>MP>O!«
For stale Onitriiller JO<l.\ I. I»F\>'
For Stale Treasurer W. A. J.4MARY
For Atlornty-<;ener;il. . E. «". MAKSHALL
For BMHljet Bf>l«l H. I. W>LtE*
For Supl. Poullr la<t'n.Mr. T. WII.I'kfR
For Clerk Sup. foart... J. W. IKeCAKTIIV
Mtwoiti omaaanoam:
First District «.. J. CAEPENFEK
BOARD OF tqfSAUUXKtt :
SceonJ District VT. M. CSFTCIIKR
DEMCCRITIO COUNTY TICKET.
State Senator FRKREBK'K to\
Slate senator W. S. ': « M >1!
toaeaßMyaaaa ii. »!. labik
A»»rnil>l} mm f. F. KLI\K
«-»« mlt!r man <-i ; I - DOTY
Sherin ALF. n. I -iili
Comity tlerh V. If. KF.AKI)
Anilllor anil Bernrrter J. IT. RUUHtVI\
i«s(s.i»r mmfnuimu
Treasurer MIcaAEl FAY I
k/lstrlel Attorney .Kill • i . < l :: : T
supl. I'lih, M-!.ouN.lli:i!Jl.lV A. k! Ll.l M
(iin.ner ><i[|« A. niLLLB
I uliilr tiliuiKl>trt-.liir.i;i:w. F. B><O<i%Eß
Sarveyor A. c. WOPI
Hiuvauea:
F£r»l Di< rlet KORFKT ALIEN
Seri.nd Ol.trlct nn. Minim
Tlllril ni-trli't .1. R. ■ I >:~1l ,■!
Fourth 111-trlel JAIIK> M VllltE
Finii Motrtet Kvxi. isailet
SUtn lltsinet J. B, •,,::.- .. i ii j
xwi ill ■kMM I. M. SMITU !
sicKAjj'iro crrr :
Police Judse a.. ..W, A. lIEVLV
s>cß*MF..vrit nnnr:
Jastlee of Peace B. n. « I AKKF.N
Jaotl. c of Pt-i.re VtTF.K ll4>><>\
OoaotaMe joux MM \
OoMOaMc .WAIT. t'OIFEI I
Ey order Dimucmic < omtv C-otral Committee'
H. M. LAKCE, Chiirm-n.
Wm. Mises, Secretary. o2 d&«« Sui
German Voters!
BT. VBHMISO BAVI rOOB NAME ON THE
Great R _ tar I i :' r Ike 7th '.f this BMBta
or \ou are not entitled to vote xt the next < I
__ POLITICAL.
"It is ray creed- -my religion— thit the poor
man s nute and Uie rich man'a abundance shall be
< qually protected by the Government, and aqaalh
taxed to muintain the Uovernm-Mit ; that Wftire the
law each man's rlajU arm shill have an even chance
in the great struggle of Me." M M
ntflal AMI ««MvLl\.
REPUBLICAN 7 " MEETING.
HON. H. F. PAGE
HON GE >. A. KNIGHT
wm ad.lreps the citizens of
FO.SOM, MONDAY EVEHINC, OCTOBER 9, 1332,
On the political issues of the day.
•T There will he an EXCfRSION TKAIV run.
Tieke's (for the rouid trip), 75 cenis.
Ey ordercf Onsigreaaluiisl r ..mmittee
. , n _ JUHN KIDEK, Chairman.
A. J. PnOAEs, Secretary. 0 3 t^
REPUBLICAN MEETINGS!
REPUBLICAN CANCIDATES
Will eaMraaa Ilic rilizrny or the folluwlnc
n.-iiiiiil ajlarn
On the rcB]>ec:ive dutes :
ELK GROVE Saturday, October 7
COUBTLABD, Friday, October 13
HOWSLL'S, Saturday, October 14
QUEIOSI Tuesday, Oc'.ob.r 17
FRAXKLIX WednesJay, Octobar lj
FL'tKIN, Tbursday, Octobar 19
FREErORT fridj,, 00, lUr X
KNTKRPEIBE, Saturday O.tobcr B
MICHIGAN BAK, Monday, October 23
BRIGHTON Tuesday, October 21
HKIvSViLLF, Wednesday, October 25
FOLSOM Thursday, October 26
UNION HOUSE, Friday, October H
WALM T DROVE Saturday, Cct..!, r U
ANTELOPF., Monday, Oet ber 30
CLAY Sr.VT.O.V Tti.siay, OcSol - :i
BLKOBOTF, ffednaadar, Kovomber 1
PATTERSON'S, Thur*'ay. November 2
BUTfISKVILKB Friday, Korembur a
GALT, Satandsy, N'.v.rr.ber 4
li. ..nlir tf the X entral O
mlttoe. JOHN Rli/: B, Cbairmui.
A. J. Riio.tiiß. fecretary. . ;td
8" It is n;y coed -my reliirhn— that th.- p-or
man's mite and the lieb in n' s abundance ahai be
equally protected bi the Qoremm nt and equall]
taxed to ma nt tin the Government ; that before the
law each, man/a n^-lit urm shall hare an equal chases
in the Knot struggle of life." — 11. M. ESIEE.
ESTiLE AND CONKLIN.
GEN. JOHN F. MILLEF,
1 nll*?«l Hutm ?*'nalor,
— A.N P aaa
GOV. GEO. C. PEBKINS
Will address the people on the issues ol the .In . on
f.-llowa :
SANTA ROSA Monday, October 9
PETALUMA Tue.-i.li;. , Oct. hi rlO
Ba.CetaJOKf.Taj Wcdb>«a4ar. Oclolier II
GSAsii VAl.I.'-.V Friday, October 1 ;
HO WM E\ I LLE Saturday, Oct.
riEI" BLUFF Monday, October lfl
flliri 1 Tuesday, October 17
OttOVUAE B/ednead y, October 18
OSLIND Thundar, Octobar M
OAKLAKO I'iiila;. , October -:"
SAN JO3F Saturday, October tl
OOV PERKINS ..rilv will apeak at Petalmna. an.l
t;KN. MILLEB a. Chleo and Oroville.
County Commit'^es will ptoaaamaica tlic aeoeaaary
arranttamenta for tha meeting Q
By e.rdcr ..f tiie ElepabHcac stw*o Central Com
mittee P. 11. CORNWALL, Chairman.
James R. FnrHTgQJ, Secretary. o5 St
"It is my creeJ-my religion— that tlie p-iir
man's ruito »nd the rich man's abundance riiall 1..'
equally protected by the Oorcmment, ar.d eg la'J]
taxed to maintain the Oovammaart ; that before the
liweach man's right ami shnll have an rqual chance
in the irrcat stru,'j;le of lite.' M. 11 fcsTEE.
ESTEE AND CONKLIN.
Hon. M, M. Estee.
(lii'imiiiir.-iii KaasaaaaM r«r SaTeraarJ
Hon. W. W. Morrow
i <K<i>uMirun \iimi«(.f for raamrasaiiai
■t IllpJ
W .11 addresn the people on the : sst:e6 of the day, .13
f jllo-.vs:
SHASTA, Tuesday, October 1
RED BLUFF,.... ■Tedßaaday, October 11
I CHICO, Thursl.v, October 12
OROV I LLE. Friday, October U
MABYSTILLB, Saturday, October 14
COLfSA, Monday, Octi.h, r M
WOODLAND, Tuesday, October 17
8 tCKiMf:* TO, Vrcitnrsdny, <lr(ol>cr IS
SUISL'.'J, Thursday, Oet her :»
PAI 8800 (at n.H). ) Friday, October 20
BENICIA (eroniag) Friday, October £0
TETAHMA, Saturday, Oct. h-.r d
DOW.VILVILLE, Monday, OcLober 23
NEVADA CITY, Tuesday, October 21
AUBT7BN WeJncsJay, October tt
PLACEUVILLE, Thursday, October H
JACKSON Friday, i )-tober 27
SAN ANDREA3, Saturday, October 23
SONORA, * Monday, October 30
LIVERM( IK B Tucs<lay, OctOUat 31
BCALOSBUBfI Wednesday, November 1
I'KI AH, Ihurelay, Novemb.r 2
LAKEI 1 iKT, Friday, November 8
County Committees will please make al! neces
sary arrangements for the meetings.
I'.y order of tuo Repub'h-an Sute Central Com
mittee. P. B. CiiKNATaLL, th.irmaD.
Jtnet B. FIM.AVBOX, Secretary. 04-.it
REGULAR
REPUBLICAN CBDMY TICKLT.
ELECTION. NOVEMBER 7 1882.
FCK STATE SENATORS.
«.•■«»:: L. JOHKSOX,
JttsEPII ,OI lil,:i.
FOR THE ASSEMBLY.
F. D. KVAX,
K. (». lltf ITf
FOR COU-NTY CLERK.
C. U. t C 4.! l>.
FOR SilEi'.IFF.
PHILIP BUN,
FOB COINTY AS3FSSOR.
J. T. Wttnill
FOR COUNTY TREASI'P.ER.
A. H. (.RELVltfl,
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
S. S. HULL.
FOR ArniTOK AND RECORDER.
W. I. «.: .!•.:«•.
FOR BCFBUMnaSaawTOf ITBLIC SCHOOLS.
C E. i IS—*.
FOR PUBt.iC ADMfMSTRATOR.
U. .-. BEILS.
FOP. tOROXER.
J. V. CL.I&K.
FOR OOUSTT SURVEVOP
J. t. raMMa
FOR. BI PF.RVISORS.
rtr»t Distrl-j B. •>'!: \M »v.
i»ecoii<t MaktaVA «i.«,?i.«\,
Thlril Dl-lriet *. KLIfK.
foanh BaolllU 8. CftTTLEIB.
FiHh Dial rlct -ft. O. MrMILLEX.
Sixth lit-tr:.-t F.. I*. CSIItISTT.
ttevenlb W.lilfl-l'. K. ilc.ib.LET.
JOB POLICE JUDGE
W. 8. «<i- : • ;:i».
FOE JWUHIU OF THE F£ACE
J. t. : r till*. ,
T. W, t. i.ViKH.
FOIt COXiTAKLES.
FBI>K BWIFT.
■a E. Il\:->r V. Illta '
ELECTION PJLOCLAMATiOIf.
ELECTION PROCLAMATION.
-mi- »f rnlifori.ln, )
Kvrrullvr I>r|>artmcnl. i
"I^rOTK.'E IS HBBEBI GIVEN" THAT A GKK-
X^i crai SlMttaa will be held thruu;;huut the
Suite on
II »■>:>»». T' I ;ita HU OF NOYEMICEK.
| A. I>. Bkktoaa Hundred anJ F.t-hty-tnu, when tlic
kHa*rtni aaaoan wffl be aiaetod, to-w.t :
Governor,
lleuteaaut-GoveTnor,
Two Ju3tice3 Lt tae Suprems Court,
Secretary of italf,
Eurvcyor-Geaera!,
Clerk of the Supreme Court,
Euperlntendent of Public instruction,
Six I;epres«ntatlves to the Congress or the
United itaxes, to be elected as foilowa :
Flr.it Cmgraaatoaa] Diatriet— Ooapooad of the
City and County oi Sin i'mpcisco— Oue lleprci«uU
tivc.
Bcoood OmcTVOßanal Histrict— Crm|v.so.l of the
couutics Ol AUnitla, Ajjima, Ami.f'.r, Cilavcrns,
O.nira Custa, El Dondo^ Blafadai Plooor, S;icra
incntu, bin Joaijuin aud Tuolumuu— Ouu Bepra
acnuuive
Third Cunirressioiiil Uistrict— Composed of tlic
■ counties o( liuttc, Oolusa, I)«l Norte, BmaboUt,
j Like. Lie? ii, Malm, Mtudi c:no, ModoO, N ij>:i, Phi
in is, Hhaita, bierra. Siskivu, tiolaun, Booona. Sut
ter, Tehania, Tnuity, Yolo and Yuba— I'nc Bapre
feentutivc.
Fourth GoDgnaaVnal Pistrict— Composed of the
ounti<-s «'f Pnano, linn, Ktrn, Lod Angles, Mari
; |»ea, Kerasd, Hono, MonUri-y, San H.nito,
l;crnardii...,Sa!i L'i-ko. San Lm'j Obiypi., Sail Matto,
Santi Barbara, .Sum Clara, BaDta Cruz, St]iiislaui>,
Tulare and Ventura - : 'nu Keureaentatiro.
Two Bafßijaaatattrai at lar^e.
Ihree lailrcad Commissioners — To be
elected by oUtriclH ta fcllo-ws :
Fir?t I>:.»tritt OoaaßHodaf the I Hlillliai of Al
piue, Amador, BatM, flail mi aa. Colusa, Dal Nortt,
I X! Dando, HumhuMi, Lake, baoaen, Mendociuo,
, Mule , Napa, N.\ Ida, Placer; Ptuisaa, Saeranoiito,
Boaata, S:vrra. BtaairtiOi BoJaao, Bononia, Bottar,
Trbama, Trim';, Ifolo ai.d YuSa— (Jnc Kallioad
Commissioner.
• ttacend Uiatriet— Compaaad of tho cuntici of
Marin, t.m Matoo, and the CttJ and Count] of Sail
Frami^ci' One Kailp.ad Commissioner.
Tlird lu.-trkt Comi'jsod "f tlie counties of Al-
I ameda, Contxa Coata, Prtsno, Inyo, Kirn, Lus Au
, (I'-lep, Mariposp, Merced, Mono, Monterey, San lie
nlto, San Bernardino, Ban Diago, Ban Jooqolo, oan
I Luis Uhico, ,'>.inta Barbara, Santa Clara, Santa
, Crus. Stanlilana, Tulara, Tuolduir.e aud \'entura —
One llaiir.jaU Canunlaßlonar.
Foar BTembois of tJio f.tate Board of
rqualizilloa, t> be elected as follows :
Praia aaia Onniaaaiiiiil Dist.iet, O.ie atembor.
1 Stxte taaatora— in tha foUowmg Seoatona]
Districts :
Flrjt Dtetrlct— ' omposed ot the counties of Sau
Diego BJ i Sat] I; •• u.-irilino — One tci'.ator.
S.i m I l >i:-trici — Compoaad ai the L-oj:itv of Los
Ab^c! - On. Benator.
'i mr i lTutrid Uomp.iaed of Use coonUea of 1
turn, s ;: -v Barbara and a.m Lvi» utiisj>rf — Ooa
ftßiialm
I. uti! Matriet— Campoaad if tht oonaUea of
■ Tuliir. , loyo, FroßDO* ilnno and K.-rii — Ooa Ben-
I at.r
Fifth l)>trK-! ( 'on- pose 1 >.f the counties of Mari
. poea, Merced and Stanla'ans— Ooe Senator.
.s.Mli Uisinet- Compoaod of tin. enmities of Santa
Cruz. Itontarey and San ltenito — One St uati.r.
Bevonth Di»trict— (Jempooad of the cu'ity of
Santa Mara— Two Scnatnp".
Eighth Hir'rit Rmipotad of the county of San
Uateoand the city and county of >.a!i Fraodaoo—
O.ie Ser.at jr.
-Ninth Uiatrict— Compoaad of that portion of the
city and oooatj if Baa r'nuicise > biiumic t and da
acri! Ed aj lollava, to wit : C Aunonctog at ■> pf.ii,t
, wher- lha southern !i:i«of the Ucited Stales Mfli
t:.r. :'i.tervati..n, k:: vrrloa the " Preaidio U. >.-r\ .1
tio:.," Internet* wi h :he waters of the Pacific
Olv.:i ; tii Doe ::• ; ring '.I"! .' Urn mtera of aaid
oocaii aiul the v. .t-:- of aba Bay of .- :iu Francisco,
auttii ly, eastorlji an t •oolbariT, to Ibe point where
Waahlugton strict nt raaota with aaid bay; thence
aroeti r ) al ;i . . blosjtoo sirttt to its tnter>
sec'i.. . with rir t.. j ;th nee northerly along
■ ■ ■ ;.;-..■.-...: ...n with the aoutherl;
boa ■! ryllueoi thaaaid "Prebldio Roaervstion ;"
Ihi ■• ■•■ -t:\, mud aloßg tba aootberly boundary
> ii 1 : ■; lid " li. ri 1...1/ In Ita :
ti in ■■' iba !'.■ In 1 v jan and the poinl ol begin
, Ding -'i« . Senatotm,
T:. !.i isr.. 1 . ■* .luf iha:port:n!ii.tth<'e ty
I and county of San : nadad aud deacribed
; ■- i >-- to 1 nwcing at a p in) arnera
. ihevutbe lyt uad ry Una "f lha "Frealdio Be
-• r'. I.' . ■ ■ a withttie waters <'f the Paofls
:
1 botutu ry 'an of 1 . " Pre idlo Ream vatiob" to
.t ulurj Rm .\iitu. 1 intenecta with *..ii
boun t ry line ; 1 1 1 tontherW al nx said Kir.t
avonuo to tba point 1 are Waahuigton atra
I aaete with aiid First avenue ; thence 1 BterlraloDg
aaid Washington atreet to Ita I I «i(h the
:: bar of San Rranciai i;tbej ■ southerly
be line oi » .i.t t-i\ t ibe | .-n: .'. .:.t. r-i-:
-bon of Market atrent with laid b»j ; tbenoeveat
arlyalung aaid Harket atnol to the point wbere
• .. I Intarkecia with aaid aUrktt ntre.-t :
■ • vaster)} tlongaaid Qaarj -.-r-et tovhareil
ooanecta rith th.- Point Loboa toll road ; tbeooe
.' .. _ - :: i Point 1. 1 .- a t-.I r.-^d, a,. .1 ...v. [ t.-Ii ru:ui
proda ed, in a .lirt-a Hne t-. t1... PadAe Oeeaa ;
v, .-,.. i.or:lii r \ alone aaU ooaaa to tlie poiLt of
he^'innintf— Two Senators.
hi.'-i.iii Diatrict (Jompoaed at <hat pottion if
, the city ;.nd county of San rVandaoo bounaod and
ad aa loltom, t'> «i . Ccannmelng at ■ poinl
on thu \\::e of M irket street »b. re Four h ttrai t hi
t 1- i .s with sni-i Uarkot eitrett; thtiu'c naatprlj
fcluni; aaid Market street to t!ie watcn ol tha Bag of
San V mnriann ; thenoa aouthetly an.t southwesti rh
along th< hue of the waters of add buy to a point
where Fourth street loton etawith *..i.i ba] . t icnce
nortberly along ibe Use of eai 1 PourUiatraet to ti;e
point of bt-frinoinir — Two Stn-UiTg.
Twtlfii [Hatrii I C imposed ol that porti nof the
ctti and cnuity of .s.a \ rancuoo bounded and de
■erl *1 as foUow», to wit : Oamraencinfr at too ta
tnaaeU not LarkinandOe rj nreeta, a drusniug
tin i' easterlT along; taid Uearr atreet to its inter
se.-iion with Mark I street; thence a Dthweatertj
, I along the line of sail Market atreet to tiio point ol
iotenection ol X- :rt !i street «i»':i said Market
street ; thei.e.' aaatherly alongaaid ITourtb 1 :
the point <.f it. i.itcrM. ii .:i trith < hinml street,;
thence d tAhwerterly along said Chinoel s; t .t to
tlx- point of its intersection witli Qgbtb atreet :
thence northerly along s.iid I.i _rlt \\ street to the
point ot ita in* 1 r-i ■■' !';u with Market trei ; thenci
aouthwesb r'v a'oi gaaid kfarki t it <-< i t.. the puint
of the i iterscction «.f i/ok.n st.et-t aith >;..'! .\1 r
ket si set ; thenoa northerly along i-.ii Larkhi
strctt to t>.c 1 oint of beginnnvr— Two Benaton.
Thu w-t-iitii [Hatrtct — Comptiaea of thai ponton o!
tlic ci'y huh county of Sj, Pram tac ■, b mi dad and
- ri ■ 1 ■.- 1 ■. >ws,towit: Oommenuina; at *j poj il
tha Poinl Loboa t.< .1 1 road irodnced n a
.1.1 Una resterlj intenee s with the waters of the
Pacific ocean, and lunaing thence eaatriiy along
aaid I'o iit Lobca t..:i road to the point of ita c .."
nection «.th Ueary atreet; thenea aloncuid Qear)
street latterly, to it* intersection with Larkio street ,
thence si utlieri\ along Larkin s'.reet to the
puint .-f it« lateneeHon with Slaikct street: Uwnot
nortii easterly al ng said M.nka stn-ut *.c the poilit
vhere Eighth street intersects with said Markel
street: tnonoa aouth esstarly along aaid Eighth
strctt to r.s ii.t* raectton with Channel street : thence
Bortfa asoterly along said Channel street to the point
of its intersection <\,u\ rourth stnet; thence south
eafterljr :■.! ng *-ai I fourth street to the loint of Its
Intersection with the Bay ol Ban Fimncbeo; thence
southerly alongrt he Uni ofw t »of the said bay to tbe
point ot intersecrion of the boundary line bctwcai
the city aud counti of San Frandaooaad the count y
Of Sim Mi-.to with the waters ..( aaid baj ; tl'.enee
wa terly along saW b. dary Una to tha point ot its
lutars ft:.. ■! v.i 1. th. r..'i;l •■ osu ; thence nortiMrh
akmg thsltn ■>: said ocean to the point of beziu-
Olint— Two Senators.
Foarteeotb District— Composed of the county o[
Al.imeiii— Two Sin t r?.
lift.'entli In-trict — Cumpojcil of the coui.ti.s ..f
Contra l'i-su and Mai 111 (1 .. Benator.
Bbrtaanlh Diatrict— Composed of the 1 iiunllaa lit
Baa Josquin and Amartor. Sun Joaquin— Ona Sen
ator; Saa Juaquin, jointly with Am«dor-Oiie .-,!i
ator.
Seventeenth Dfnlilut oiiM|iiaMil of the oounties
vl '1 ii"iu:i;iio and Calaveras - One s- nator.
Btghteenth Distnel -Oompuaed of tbseoantyof
Samm -:t — Two Btnaten
Nineteenth l>i-itr:- ; .f a* g .::n:i-s ( .f
Solano and Yoto. Bo ano-Ooa Senator: Solano,
j..intl\ witt \ ■'■■■ 1, .. i Senator.
T*t;ii'i th Districi Compoaed of tba ountios of
Napn, I. k" and boßoma uneSeßator.
Taent] ti.-si D.stiut Composed of the c .unty of
Son. in. a -One Senator.
'1 tj bbc. .. .1 Dakiot— Cenpoaed of the oonnta
of Haa .-- One Senator.
Twent] third Diatrict C . '.:..w<d of the counties
of El Dorado aad Alptea 1 Renator.
Twi 1 ey-fourth District Ooaspi sadof the ciuntiea
..f Nevada and Si rrv Nuvada— One Senator; N'e-
Tada, j 'int!v \,i,:i sii rra •>. c Baaator.
r.. ity-flfth Diatrict Oompoaed of tha hiiiiillm
of Tuba and But] r OnoBenaor.
Twenty «i\th 1) strict — Composed of lha countloa
of I'.. me, Pliimaq and Liawu One Set
Tawßty-caTeßth Diatrict— Compoaed ot the coan
ties of .\iei.d e1i..., Hamboldl ar.d MSorM— One
Sen .t 7.
Twenty eichtfa IT'slilil nmiinail ot tba coun
ties of siakiyou, Mode, Tni.i:y j:id Shasta— One
Senator.
Tn. sty-ninth liiatrict— C>irp»o<l of the c .unties
>f Coiu-aand Tt-haoni— One Senator.
Kembers of the Assembly— As follows :
sal ODuatyofSaa haaeiaeo— Ninth Sena
te r . Diatriet- i'..ur M r.i'a-r?; Te:;th Senatorial
• y- ur Jleniher^ ; Bteventh Seoal ri il liis
t.. Poor Heaibidta: Twi - rial District—
Four lUaaben; Xtdrteenth Senatorial D:str.ct—
Four Members.
i .1 of the cunlics of \lameda, Nevada, Sac
Ban Joaquin, Santa Clara and Sonoma—
Three Memht-ni.
In eicli of tne counties of Aiivl.t, But Los
'. . M. l an.l l ill. -l--- Van DMBbOBS,
In each nt aha CiU.niesof Caiaverns, Contra C>»ta,
Dd ;» rt . D Dorado, 1 resno, HnmboUt, Lake,
Marin, Msododoo, Monterer, .N.pi. Placer, aon '■'.-
Lito, 1 B.niirdino, sin l>;c:r". .>.-. m l.v s Obtep „
S&n Mate 1, Santa Cr;i^, Sierra, StanUaOß, Sutter
Tv .]■!■ r>— One moaabor.
In the counti.a ef Ai] in* and E! Dorado, j jiutlj—
One member.
In tl; ■ cimtics of Colim and Tehania, jointly-
One meiuben.
hi the counties of Inyo and Moan, jointly — One
member.
la li.c coj Hies of Kern and Tulire, jointly— One
ram 1 - r
In the aeenstiaa of M iripoei ar.d Mcrred, j aaarf—
One meu:hi r.
Id th? nomiHas of Modoc and Siskiyju, j.iDtlv—
One mtsDib' r.
In the counties of Plumas and I^aaun, j.intly—
O.ie men.bjr.
In the o ir.tics jfShastiardirioi'y, jointly— One
mrniber
In tiic cocr.ties of Venture and Santa Barbara,
hirly .1 -.•'" -.
In each i.f the eoßatba <■! Alaanadi, Ce.!u«a, San
Fr-::^i-c and T( ? nu — O'.c S.irK-ri'.'r i
Ido hereby offer a reward of *IO) f...- the arrest
»nd coinie'.iwn >f any aad every pers .n rielattßg the
nsof Title IV., Part I . ef the IVnal Code
each r»war '9 to bo piid untilthe total amount hrrc.
after expended for the purpose reaches the sum of
$10,000.
Intestirujr.y thereof, I, Grone C. FcrUns, Gov
ernor, bi.e benuate tn-X my hard and caused the
sreat »»ai of thp State to be affixed, at the city of
Sacramcht... .'.' • - .. ■ is- rttater, A.D. HB2. 1
\i_] GEuHOE C. PERKINS, Governor.
1 Attest : i>. II Bi-R.\s, secretary of Suite. 620 U 1
, MISOELLANEOaS.
Palmer & Bepulveda,
DRUGGISTS,
Northeast Corner Second and X streets, Sacrameuto.
Special attention given to Compounding Prescriptions— ac--«afl
curacy and absolute purity guaranteed. T^
SCHOOL BOOKS!
SOLI* AT LOWEST rBIt'ES BY
•Jlf f niXCRSCKtRfcCCi 0
ENVELOPES (all sizes), a very large supply ;
WRITING PAPERS-the best in the market;
BALL PROGRAMMES and MENU CARDS ;
PRINTERS' SUPPLIES, of all kinds ;
Choice line of VISITING CARDS.
Printing in All Its Branches !
Noa. 208-210 J street, : : : : : Sacramento.
mSS-lptl
g^^WWti^fca*.-.^.-»>.iwi^.Cr^iiii fc ..- — — inn ifc, iiibiii ■■iilh— i limn n > i
Real [Estate Salesroom,
No. 325 J street, Sacramento, Oal.
ALL KINDS OF (ITY AND COOTRY PROI'ERTI
FOR SAZ.3 -e5.2»23 TO LET.
REAL ESTATE SOLW US IXVTALLMF.NT I'LAX. | MONEY TO LOAX IV SUMS TO Sl'lT.
rr-17-liily
FRED. XASO.V, | i^{! CS | *O. 5'W J STaEET,
KAStFicn-RXB OF ici& (■ sacf.amkxto.
cranFclearance sale qf carpets 1
Ma.kiug Room for tha Pall Season.
iliij»sel.s turpc «, Truni CTJ rrr.ls np\»:;rds. . Ingr::in Car^rjs, fruin 2S conts npnards.
IS OTJIER LINKS IS PBOPOETION. "St
BEX COiIEV, Xos. 4?J) and in J street, Sacramento.
r«KPUin<(»v*T. all Ofiy | Ti 1^ MACHINE «V
»-<il MaUfi So «i; ;« r. *r«*> -<rj*-' J? %» '"v*. %* BOX I'JIIN TIN.;,
CAPITAL BOX FACTORY CORNER SECOND AND Q STREETS
f?c;>oi : JSi., ?>:•;. Froßtaad 'ff.rni! (next door to TV. R. Strong* Co.) (JO -(!LSSC3 al7 lpem
BACBAMESTO, July 11, LSB \
I take pleasure isi recommending to my
friesds and the public generally, "HAMMER'S
CASCARI BAGRADA BIiTERS." They have
been of grreat benelt to me.
J. R. HE iTIF, Jeweler, 89« .1 sr., S«fraraeoto.
SAN FBANOISCO GA£DS. "
SAN FRANCIBCO
U U O I f i LOO U I \UULU J /
AOBXOQIIiTOBAZi IMPI>I KBHTS.
!i^:»J"J.t- A. DnvK afc €.*o — Hanoi , .1 r j A;:« •,■.;',
J^7 aad SB Martcet «tre>'..
Jl.iS.fj* «t BaaUltoß— lmportenol /^-rierjtunl
A^r'l Works. Juiic.ioiiMai'i:. ■•. . ■. last*.
ARTISTS
Hiirtsr wtri h Dptidanai !' r, Xo. 12
Uoutgomci; street, btablizhad ta l-.'l.
BELTING, HC3S, ETC.
11. N. Took— Manuf iivunr Le
Hu?e, I-K;i!iL', Bafflon I' u^. etc., loatbwttt c :a.:r
Market and nmadnt ttfiaU.
BUBINIBS OCM.J EG
Isal ' 1* -Lire Bcholare! !p, 1* 'r fc'J
Oniise, $70). W. K. CtaaibhefUiii, Jr., aad 1 A
on, r":oprvjtr,rc, Nl. .. I ■-' itreet, sppo
bUo \ i:ioD Square, S. X., OaL iauJ < r '. ircoj»ru.
CARRIAGES AI- r D WAGONS,
staJrbakrr «si<i». ■anthetmrlsc 10, — Re
paaHury,B] HarkttMnet A.. !;. Ivsarr, Maaagar.
CARPETS, OILCLOTHS, ETC.
Frank 4;. LiMvardx — Trarorttsr and T>, »ler, N^.
gat Hatkal sirtct (Pbebui'i Block), Pnacteoo.
DRUGS, CIiJtJI>IICALS.
#ti>>tln «stn.— Pion-er L'r^sist, rwainndto 722
Montgomery St., 3. t'. Oouutry orie;t c AitA'***.
EDUCATIONAL.
?irhi> •: or Ctvfl F.nilnorrlij, *.nr»t-i tr:t;
Dmriafaad Ajsaj-iny . 24 Pos: st. A, Van dor *> : . lea
HATS.
C 11-rrmani * fa, — Kanuhctor rs and Im
p{*rt_rs. 80.SS6X ;irny --\ , ■••-t;ro. TheSnc^l
hatd at the I'iweat prices, ntikttji 17 BvV
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL. ETC
Ila»l«-y Bio»." Jl..r<!«arr Da, b • a ■'
ijArii-Aarw <whl .A'jiic ii T iirii; bnplttßCDta, ' - : '.
»j!>, W6, £07 and SOS Market street, San (■Yar.cUti ■
Carolan. i'nry A •'••. — importers ' f Bardwara,
Iron -.ii . S! t 1. f'»r thf: Pitty.l-nr^ StiH-i
W etk% M nhmatotn H'.reo . v . ii ( mp ay. and
Soutlr.iurtMn Cutlcn.- Co Nas.l2oaiid :;'!mi
1 strc,:, and Noßb U* and 119 Oatifamia w%i ;
RESTAURANI 9.
iirjli'i Family Biikcry hnc, Btfataa
Saloon— Ko. 636 Market gtreut. W<
ice cream, ovste-s, Jciliea, etc., eongUnt'y OH haa£
Families supplied.
RUBBER AND OIL GOOES,
The Cntta Prrrha anil Unbber Manainct
nrini; ComjaTiy — Manufacturers o' Robber Goois
of ever.. deKnptkm. Patenteai of t;>e od
" Moltet.i r r ,)sii rjnnd" c.in,i>liied Hone. I
Flmt iaJ iiaiket B.recta. J. W. Taylor, l«ar.acer.
STATIONERS, PRINTERS, £!TC.
U. A. Cnwkpr A Co.— lmportinir and Mar.ufact
ariaif Stationers, Print-jrs and Litbocraphflrs, Noe.
»15, 217 ani 219 Boah utreet, above Sii*nne.
SACRAMENTO REOORO-UNION.
*an Francl«-« orarr, So. 8 New Montgom
ery MIMCMm l!ot«f).— J. 11. «i arpt. A^ent
STAR MILLS AND MALT HOUSE,
iMilDiKi, a KMHBftj
■VJ'C. fO, Si AND 54 FIFTH ST., SACP.AKKNTO
I.^l dea..ru iv PrjdU'jtan.l Brewere'Supjiii,'! Mar.
o'TxXwcn of Malt ami ail kinds of Moa!s ; Oattrual
tyrnmeal, Cracked Wheat, Uraliim Rosr Buckl
whi at Floor, etc New Grain tai,s for sale. AguAt
or Tirclf^vi. Mi'> Pr.i^r. V->rv-vn'> anlT.lp
j A G. GlU!T.rils,
PENF.YN
BEiBHEWOSKS
PEXKTJf, r.tt.
P^'~"j^ -g^. rpiITE BEST VARIETY AN'I
_,^ -M. Largtot Quarries 01 the
>SS^t.i Coast. Polished Granite
■»— ■■— , Totnbs'oues and Tat:et» madf. to order.
t-T (ifH'i:lf Bnildfnz StoieCal, l^rr^rd
and Follitbcd to order. 011-lpem
j FRUITS, SEEDS AJro'PBODU 3 ■
D. DE3ERNARDI&CO.
General Ctmmisslon fiTercbauts,
and —
WBtUUU A\l> UtTAIt BEAUKfI
IN
Tropical, Califomiau aril Oregon
FRUIT A D PiUTS;
Batter, Inn, J'ouitrj, «-aiiie. Honey,
VEGETABLES. FISH, OYSTERS. ETC.
tW Country ord.rs promptly attcnJed to. -rnqj
Nos. 3.S ami SIS X t.\r*rt, Hncramonlu.
s-JS [ptl
(btaMtehcd 1852.)
.IUQBNSJ. (SBKGORT. rstSK flk«*Oß l
GREGORY & CO.
(Siicii td.irg to J. Grejfor)),
r^VMTSSIos KBCHAKTSABD WBOUGBALB
Vy Dnlea in PBuOQCK ANU KKtIT
.Not. 1.-i; and I»S J >.-,■■■;
921-lptf _ __Bacrainento, C:il
&. MOC**k. 8 a «Ri^
S. G£f?SON & CO.,
GIMfRAL COMMISSION METXHAKT3. ABB
Dealer* lv
teiiiorcctl and D«in»tie Frwii*. %c«eta>
Me*, Kotx, Fie.
So. 220 J gtrcet, DLtw««D Seconc ud Thlra Bscn.
-■" ■"-'■ l-.r._
LYON & BARNES,
|^OMMUSION JdSPCHANTS AND DFALERS ?N
Fradace. Ve^eisolex, Batter, Eia.-s, Chee**,
Pcultry, Oreen «.nd Dry t raits, Jloaey, Hews, etc
ALFALFA SEED"
«T I'Dt-.tSM in car-k^l h t» or Iw.
_»u«-'.i'rt yen. 21 »»il a J nr-e'.
FRUIT DEALERS,
j JAViyo BT^oVEOTOMoitKOOiafOOIOCB
J S. i>remi!HM, w>; lav. r (took. W«
otrerjoneba • Appla. tree fan i.tmoni-,
i, '■...!..■.-,, TM«d nraita, Sots Dstm, O.r.r.u
Oo(_.Ls, etc., at very ir.w m .
J M. f. .•i'K'.* KB .t ;:o
lOufl t/i 1010 Second strcot. bctwce.i J md X, ten*
W. r7 STRUNG &CO q
Wliolasale Commissicn Msrcliants
AND DBALRR IS ALL FTCH Cf
VAtirOBVIA CKEEX AXD DK.IEU f BMTH
NUTS, HONKT, SEED
And Ceaeral Mercbiindi««.
«5T AJI orders pranptly attended »>j. Addrets I
W. tt. STKONO t CO.,
a^ lplm Ki.». o, S and 10 J street, 3acr»mer,to.
JOHWT.STOLL,
No. 610 X .-trset, 6acrana9iito, Cal ,
J \ lbsvfMtvn t i f
Hmft Tinportor and
<£ .^ 1 piaranteed to oe
i^6neyt(^oan
ON KEAL FSTAT?, AT A LOW RATE OF Of.
to.-^t. by PETKK BOHL 526 J Itreet.a.ul7-t
WANTED, LOST AND FOUND.
Advertisements of five lines Id this dorirtr. :,t are
oaerted foe 25 c-_utß for ooe time : tbjec times for 50
)?u_ or 75 oentfl per week.
ANTED-! WO YOUNG LADIE*. REFER
ences required. WEISSTOUK - LCM.V
05-3t
WANTED-A GIRL TOR O-S-KA- HOUBE
w.irk. Apply to MKS. ULOVEK, 10ii BfethUl
street, Bacraatanto, CM. > ■> tt
WANTED- -BY A WOMAN TO
H 'I' BQnMng ..r ireneral housawork In a small
family. Beat <>l references given. Apply at 41'JK
street, up-stairg. eS 31*
\\7"ANTKD— MALE: FOUR RANCH HANDS,
M BO: J Waiter, *.r.. Barbel f.,r rftv, SH per
week; Booth— ek; Bey tor irroorry* tore, female:
•2 Waiter Qlrle ; Wobri nii.t »;:ri» fur housework
and cooking. MAsT£lJi &CO , 1025 l.njUli street,
near K. _ 8 19-tf
W.WTED-FOUR BltlO-T AND \CTIV_
young men, who arc quick at Bgures; must
be living with their parents, Appu to
_82«-tf weraHTocK . ..i ms.
AGENTS WASTED FOB A NH'.V : ;; |.|) OF
labo I*.1 *. Live, cutT.'-rii 1 ::. n >■' . .. it -»
cm mak-- bis; m->n.-v. Addre— I IiL'TZ J: KK£R,
911 Bro»iway, Oakland, C»l. . lvi
FDRNITUBE WASTED— I WILL I'AY fft
(■tie third more fur B< nsehoM Furui- _^_
ture, Steve?-, Cirp<-fc"S etc., than any otfitr JtW
ca*li lm\er " '
M>-lm S. P>SK', No. 80S ! street.
WANTED.
ASIAN ANT) WIFF. Fi.K A F<AN<:H. $;0 ;
4 Dairy Men, $2« to 130; 8 Ranii Hv.ds,
ix; 4 Hotel Wiiiteim, S3O ; 3- Teamster*.
lilaek.sniitli'd Helper, Si 60 par da; ; S Cooks (female),
t Women for Housework, ;.-'-■">. in the etnas try, fare
p. .1 : i; oirld for Housework in ihe city. 915 to >-0 ;
a Laundry Woman, 4 Nurse (; : r!s, :i Waiter Uirls.
Apply to HuL'Sl'ON & CO.'S Kmployißi nl Office,
Fourth ami X streets, mil 1 1 tf
TO LET OR FOB SALE.
iHnnffltnftfliill fif t;»a iinou iuth> dapaita_Bl art;
ou-rtKi iVr 2j oeut* for ooe t'ois; thruo ■:•.-•» for £0
H»nts Of 7 5 cbi-tfl per veek>
IJTOR S\LE THE PHILADKI PHtA CASINO
1 Silonn, No. X etreet, next to Wostern
Hotel. The i roprMor, wishing to locate In San
Francises, id detenu] < : ' ■ - before
tli.uth "f Oetobdc It contains ■ eh Ice lot it
Uqoora, dgan, billiard table, chain, tables, ■ton
«■ il Bxtorea, pictures and i ■ od lea
chest, counter and ihalvii g. doon, sere. .- and p-r
-iiti"iiM, chaiulellerp, gai pip - and tum
blers, deeanten, mirrom, ahades, and a number oj
other artie'es eonseoted witl .
■ ■<!•'• J.WIKS I'l.Auli, 1>r,.;.;-;-.iir.l > r,.;.;-;-.iir.
1)U>O FOR SALE — A i;oo !>.-.-.: ar..--™^
I Uno w.M be s.ild at a very re-;
■ooable pries il applied for bood. In-f | y I |!
■: 0. 11. BCCHANA9, •, Ri
Bouse, for p irt cs ir?. [B. C ■".!»•
HOUBB AMD LOT P IKBAIIECBI ggg*
■ i -■!! di rtbwest Borner «>f V. ~* l1 * jfipjlT
eeiith ami X s'.rn -tn. 11. m- _>J
well finished ; lot 80x100 Itet, .ii. : I bam, fruit
md t:o «1 Improvement* Inquire v
premises. ■ j» ■'
FOR SALE— FKLIT FARM OF FORTVgMJ
aero* at Newcastle, tweuty act - ■ riW
cultivation; L,OOOtra sinbearius:; joodbouse*" l^
10 1 bams. Will >m Mid atal : on or
adlrem P. P. WEriU, Xeweisilf, CjlL i_
B»>K ACRES — SPLENI II) W£i;:>T AND
%t) 8t ek ranch, acres .f which \s Hue
hott< n:, 01 alfalfa land, situated twenty Bailee fr 'in
Baoamento ; oomffortable boui : tcellent
larife buns, living water, etc. Price rery low.
Apply to T U ACOCK, 90* Seventh strtel
ment^>. >- 2 lin*
IJIOR .SALE— IS* ACRhS iF NO. 1 LAN!-, 100
'• of which U cood orco&rd, alfatf a 01 pland
700 bearin- fruit trees, 12,000 j •■'ui^ grape vines,
a splcii'liil dwelling houae ■ r bain; *.lt\tri
miles fr m Baerami i-t > and •>; c iiiii> :
■-eu T. 1- ACOCK, >^ii', :i 'I S-.v.nth Bfe >_- In."
TO LKT— THE LATE RESIDENCE OF CA^f}
H. !\rtlj3, contauuog fr ro 7 t" 10 1
with all modern in.;>r. ■ *_ -JL
Seventh strut t. between J and K. I- niire ol
C. 11. KREBS 4 CO . 1: •■: J air. sl9-ti
RANCH AND SHEEP FOR IALI >■.
G od Suinnar :-n.i "i t r '.:nu- 6§&i?fm
.'.sun Acre, of 1.-iri't ami -.(i uWfmß
wrll-l>r<-<l Mir< t> I' — \—IX»
Sutier county, on tin M ; ■ ■ esfmra
Part of t' c at 1:- _" . • i-h-jul:
u r r.iin, and is 'i!l\ three jnii- - fn m ;■ .
9 ill it: -*< . river. L:i;<l. i^ .■;
r..t\ bason it a new Two-story H v
Barn. Title Perfect. For furth r |
quire of r. X. !lUII', at IL T. BKEWtR &
CO.' I *, So. 1010 3ecord street, Saci ■
ORLEANS HOi - FIR
' :^n«l unfural nl .
men i;r I thei 1018
street, between J and K. ÜBS C OGG,
Prnpri6tn m. ■■ ' r
for A One In .- tory frame :■■ j ■-f 7
!■ '-.■>■; sets ai d ball noo. ■_ -. ■ 1 ■„ I cold
water. The lot Is €oxll ttl ats 1 rear
Prite, (3,000. Terms ol pa> men t very e&*y.
l-'ur !«:ilo— 2:>o acr, of beat wt. at or all il a land
one mile from a sh pjji.. h
per acre.
F«r fiile— A neat ore-sforv Frame C ttage, 1
rooms, *: bard ii:'i-t,..!: large, :, .. isement.
1...-. ::.\ 1 1 ffct. Price, IBSO, one-ball cish down,
■ 1 ii tin!.' to Buit bUTstiL
For talo— 2o7 acres; inmroTed, well
Ihiil Farm; plenty wf water :t..i tiajber.
f T-iee, 52,500 ; ea^y terms of pain,.
I'..r Sale— A hanosonre ted well built one
stnry cottafce, four rooms and hall, all hard
finished. The lot is a 40xSO corner. Price, Sl.COO,
one ball cash down, balance i>n , .»..•. terms.
Tor S.ilr 10 acr,«, f iv miles from
1 - are r. baarh g\ !i .-, ml ft ..-.
lor <«:ilr Two f til i I. o : a nj
rich land, with orchard and \i •■ 1
an. Theentii , . offered
at a very low orinand c a '■••pi Ifor :;: instaJ
.menta. S ;r! S»;:i"- ■ - - - ...
For Salr— !iO aci, -of ■■ . : : r..in.l
a runnios stream of clear, ti ;.i -; r -
-rbrate wi-h ; S6 acrea "f IWs t" rm ai rich ai.d
level ap any m the vaßev "" ""*-*; -
For Isdc— One block o; Rnc ir»i lei
• ; line orchard ; I. .1 c and .
>««• • ■<<■ ! sen*, with hnproveme Is; fine
i«raii Land ; about II 1 ■, plowcii
summer fallow; oory IS miles from ■■ well
i : Kimeoak tm.li^r on this farm Price
o::ly SS.COO.
All this aril lots more. r^pi_ RT"OB C L
will sell you. HisuMic.: is ill J
OT ttoni-.v Loan* Resallaled Ttr-tl Fir«-
Inxitranrr rii«kH ><>Uriicn liy -. „: . »TK«t-
XXI, tour ICn.krr.
s2j 1 11
TOR SALE.
TIIK ITT AM lIOTKI. ABO LOT, IN **!*>.
the towi: ..1 Auburn, Pia.-.-r ,- , IT ,t y . 7> .■ Hiiil
bouse in a l.we !lire?-»t«rv l.m' \u,j. m'w, i-. 1 »l!l
contains 00 rooms, It is In Qrst-«laas ondition,
with all modfrn Unprovamenta, and ii ■■ bwaflne
busines*. It is fumis>ted throughout 1 ihe best
furniture. Pers >i a who contemplate a sains In
the hotel busintes will find tr.i» a rare opportunity
as the p opertj is t»ood ar,d in a thriving town
Bid* forth prnpert] wfltba receirad Inwrttina-bv
the l-\i-."ii..r t-| »he Estatr, ADDISOM PUTNAM
or byJ.T KISKADC, hU attorney, at \utmrn'
C»'- ■::■• ii-
NOW THE FAIR IS OVUB,
ROOMS CAN BE RSHTBO AT TUF. CLfNIE
Block— Furnished or I Dfurnish d— oheaost
than any ot»er house in the dty. Kafaren c re
■mir-.!. MK.S. GKICE, lv . , Ei L 'l.ih and
X streets. hS-lplm
STORE FOR SALeT
gJITPATKO AT LIVh OAK, d\ the 1 INKv**_s
" f ' "■•■-, !>:w«ir,-,. <-. P. |; H.-ldnTj
!"i' ,' 'I -_- ■ i - - V-: •»M|,,... ; *'__■.
■nake money. Onlypirttosl -. Oneed
• Pplv. For full part__an B. 1 1,1111.
Kltr.V. . iv» Oak. Butter eonnti . a! >■•,-;_*
FOR SALE.
• > 1 <\(\ ArRESOFL*NIs LTISO i : • FjjMfc
•?• I *"\" nilM cast nf . . *<^vW
>..( inclt* d ami m ler cultivation, — ii
niii-r (rowing up in yormtrtii bar: mod
b use, t.Rrns. orcbardr.etc . . hasth i&est
.- water in the valley. if ,« „ _tsd for
- ' '■' — in the
:ounty, ami will be sold _ .to jllst i[ T lta
use fwrat-Kk only. Posg.- mber 1,
IBU War further Informatioi lug ir.- .f the Sacral
motit<^i-iiitt, Sn-ramt-n?'.. * £ is.i m
HOTELS A_TD_Ki j TR
HOTE_~LAI
/CORNER FOCEIB AND I STREET-,! ACRA
mento — Strictly flnrt-c^ • ■ ■ ™i,p_n.
T. D. Scrivor's Carriage* will tak.. ail passen^orß free
of chirje from Depot to II
sl-4plm' TK , Itaijssm
UNION Hw<T__7~
SECOND AND X BTR :< ■ VESTO
C_. Rooms, 50 ccti-j Sr__J
rates by Ihe month. Biili- , -,
ei^'urs. Hot luach daily f.-,.r; . 1 , till 2 r M.
W. r. , •<:.-•. :ow__C
rt-splm _____
GOLDEN EAOLC HOTELJ
CORNER 3EVKXTII , BX»B BAC
ra_ent4).— "lrai-iass ii .- wpeet The
Largost, Fin«a and B_t-\' ,- I , .„ ri ,
at,^l_ —
R€BTAURANT D£ FfUUsJOK,
/IOT X STREET, MM.., I a
*<il the Uctrui«ii:t.n ' r —.rfHtsfi"
-andsome Private Kz-om;- .- . „ . SU^^K
LOUIB PAYEN, !'. ■„..-.. „- \j"*^ss
an2o-4plm Formerlr_o? ih>- Hot Ide France.
MISSISSIPP; - JeU.
• ystek in ear* 1* aor__.
I*lrdl Htr«et. B^»--f( 1 a_d _ x
T^KXT 8008 TO __QQ_pt •Q) _^~
— -^ office. Open day _> , «,- "<^^fek
A. J. BENATZ, I- V 3/ ; .^p
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