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TIiKSPA OtfTOttEK 10. 1(H»
■rtairiiiMiftl Observations - Taken at
SIKS&I tt.iuju at the Stune Moment,
Bmuaann, October S, ici. 8:02 p. m.
P*w«r... g* 7 55.? ?2.? r| su-e of
3 Sis ? ~i a = weather
_TL _ ' : _f^_ : J£_ :_2
rfajft'—fef-y " " & '■*'»•" -"LU rain
PortUnd.... 39.70 M S. Lijht.. .1()!l» ram
R3d81ua.f.|29.9«61 K. i.tght Cloud v
Menu ,c;i..,.. 29.8. ;>6 J. K. IS Brisk.. .10 Lt rim
S»cr»mento. 23.98 go s. Uitht JF*ir
S.tfaiH.,- J0.W56 W. 12 Fresh Clc»r
;«'i» -29.9863 N. L ; ght iFiir
L>» .\rie,-.«. 2J.94 71 W. tO Fresh jciear
8«a Die?0..ig).9«62 N. Liifht.. Jciear
■utBOB Vj-nporatur,-., 70 : minimum, 49
River above low water mirk 8 feet 6 inches
JAMES A. BARWIC&
»-ricß»3t, Signal Ccrpa, U. b A.
Weather ProbabUltleii.
* ■■•■• Oct>»«r Olh —Indications for north
Pacttc coaat region : Light rain.
S£COSO EDITION
A second euition of the Rbtx-rd-Unioh le l<wu«l
each day at 2 p. ». brlngijijf tha Eastern and coast
news up to iha', bour. By thi« arraDgemeut th
Rkoord- 3mm wH present the latest naw« obuin
able at all po'uitu eaa* <nd aorta of SacranicnV).
rhe r ■•juiar mornin- <-dition of the Eecord-Usios
Is earrit-l h) lrwn<im trains, und is ahead of all
competitors as far north as Chico, on the CalifornU
mna Or p*a Baßxaaa ; west to Ecidcia, and south to
Stockton, and e»3t ka O:lfax, Folaom and Placer
vlllc nd aO irit-jrniediate pUces. TheaeoonJ edition
Illlln "IS !>e found each cay upon the third oaae.
THIS MORNING'S NEWS.
In Sew York OovanaMßt bonds arc qujtcd it
119J for 48 of I!KC ; 11-.J I c 4Js ; KX>t fr>r 3i« ; ster
liiift, *4 bUrt» 6« ; Bilv r bars, UX|,
Silver in LouJoo, il}i ; .consols, 100 15-lCd ; 6
per cent. Dotted >tates bowls, extended, 1024 ■ is,
121 j ; 4is, 115J
Id San Fran.:iscn half dollar* tre quoted at } dls
oount 10 pjr ; Mexican dollars, [email protected] cents.
The Dates Consolidated Mining Company have
levied an MMMMBt '"f $1 par share.
Mmmg BUiekn opened f»irly in .S»a Francisco yes
terdiv, despite the g| IJW y outlook from the Com
stock Attar falling to S3. Sierra Nevada advanced
to ii 87*. Chollar lo >ked very weak at the open
ing, ai,J some lot* wcut belnw *i. Subsequently
the price w*s piu up ta •> tO, cMafr»t«l If,.
There were BoadM „f Ja i; ai Confidence or Justice.
A siie of Caledonia w»a inaje at lSc, the first this
month. Silver liii: sold at sc, a decline of i>o per
cent.
T!ie Republicins of ShasU and Trinity counties
have nominated F. 1\ Primm for th-j Assembly.
Thomas Heath was found d-ad ywterday moniln '
at I'.rtlanJ, Or.
Mrj. Clara Rc»d died at S.vn J. )3 e yesterday from
a stroke of paralysis.
Frjnk I.idd «, aired 17, w« accidentally shot and
killed SucJay near Alvtoo, Bwta Clara county, by a
youn^ co.Tjj.anion.
Thiny jTra^us havo been poisoued »t London,
Out., from eating bead cheese.
The (Eami m* AnwrtßM tZmmtt Herder isaehorc
on the Ke t .;,,,il, tl ,l waurt md will prove a total
lip?, bat no Mi™ m.-.h drownod.
ltisruu r ,i,t v.- ; -i ;.....„ thit Wise aud Smith
fou.-ht a. . ... .:. ;-. ;., „. V . L| ycslerinr
Farmer ! gia, w: w ,bot it Balliaa, Ireland,
Saturday, •. , ■ ■. •
SIWr ' ; "'■';■••. -i. !i.: c-h have been condemned
*' " ll ' ■■ ••■■ma . r Imprifonmaßt,
" ' : '■ ■' "■ ism in Kortli and South
Carolini. i. be-omi- 1; vry pronounced, and the
misiiorari...s a/c w ;: ,t bl I „. t before they (jet hurt.
Tw.i vgui-,^' lr.eii wen ninTainliwl by !;as at a hotel
in Brooklyn, B. Y. ■ oafiay B%mt.
The United stateK 3u;;.--. in-: Cour: reassembled at
Warinnirt I -urh; for the October term, 1882.
The Bo«( . . mordi r trl , cane up in Washinjrton
yesterday.
There w.is a b»nk robbery and murder at Wau
p»ca, Wis , Satunlny ui-ht.
Recra tin;-f .rthcEffiptian police is proceodin;,
at Berne, Switzerland.
A strike which will include nearly 30,C00 colliers
B probable iri Eitirlmd.
•C»vUin William Fannin:; Pcndleton, on old Cali
foniiar, c-r.iruitteJ Biiri-ie at Stoningrton, Conn.,
ycslirday.
C lUat/s biewery at lore, Amrulor county, was
Bluntly rltniHWl yesterday by fire.
God/ried Th'>mw, a German, committed suicide
atOrnHhi Surdajr by thr.rwini: himaelf into a well.
A pr':te oifll "f Knichts Templar, between a Chi
emgo Coinmsndery and one from Indianapolis, took
place yrstei>lay at Chica?".
Two m«n wore burau] It) death yo3terday near
Ottawa, Olit.
Rev. J. I. Dentrm, SUtc Superintendent of Pub
lic Instruction of Arkansas, jumfied from a bal
cony at PayetMße, la that State, yesterday, and was
killed.
liy the exfla ion of » boiler necr Shelbyvii'.e,
Ind., ycs'4'r.lsy, George foanx was ki'lcd and Harry
Smitli f.a ( .::i!y inj'in-i!.
At a Sre in Wlmnkae laat nlgfat three firemen
were t^rr'.V.y Unrned, o:ie f.tt:il!y.
A general raid wa.- nttda upon tbe ikiul r.-oms at
Lenic I-U::U City, N. V , yesterday.
Jobn H. Ili't. w;»s elucted a mcT.her tif the 1> >ar(l
of Fire Owmnilwln—ri by the Siii Francisco Board
of Sapervw-,r^ ! si night.
Fraiic'i3 A !'ct<-ri> l:ns tiecn nondnatad f.:r Con
jrressU .t^ ■>! thn Tlilnl MiwiilnmiHi
Difltriet.
Twenty-fur « hundr-.d Emptoret of the N irthern
Pacili.: ItailroaJ in ?:ontana slruck yesterday against
an laenae ii! I !.e prio* el their board.
WHAT VANDERBILT THINKS.
V aoderbtlt has been a^ked by a reporter
what he tVuksof the "Anti- Monopolists,"
and has r-plied that he thicks them a ret of
corrupt nn.l venal frauds, who can always
be purchased if it is thought necessary to
buy them. Of course he is speaking of
the New York article, but it is interesting
to observe how little difference there is be
tween th-; breod there and here. In Cali
fornia the most blatant anti-monopoly
howler 3 hive always proved the most facile
oorruptiunists. They have invariably gone
into the businens for purposes of black
mail. And that is the natural and regular
inspiration of Dm average Anti-Monopolist
in politic. In this State, however, the
framers of the new Constitution carefully
p r oviduj for a constant succession of venal
men in offioa, and so arranged matters that
only the least trustworthy could fill the
places. Xever were there so many premi
ums for Demagojism and Venality offered
as the new Constitution of California prof
fers to the professional blackmailers, and it
must be admitted that they have availed
themselves of their opportunities to the
utmost. The strangent fact, however, ie the
continued gullibility of the ptople by the
old thread- bare subterfuges. But perhaps
Dext month it may appear that this gull:
--bility is Urn prevalent than of old.
MS. CARROLL'S CARD.
Mr. Howard Carroll, of the New York
Time*, appears to be * man who, so far as
politics are concerned, has been " born out
"of duetiinr." It having been reported
that ho was to receive the Republican
nomination for Congresamin-at-large, in
the LiUce of Mr. Hepburn, who declined to
occupy a place on the ticket after what had
bapppned at Saratoga, thia literary Biyard
declares that if he should accept a Con
gressional nomination it would only be
upon the understanding that he was not to
put a single cent into the campaign, or
mske ony bargain or use any influence to
procure votes for himself. It is evident
from this that Sir. Howard Carroll la " not
"the man for Gil way ;" in other words,
that he has no business seeking Con^res
aional nominations it the pretcut condition
of American politic*. For as the cue
•tan !s he certainly cauld not make the
campaign under the conditions he lays
do *n, »cd it is aimor equally certain thit
he conld not secure the Domination. In
•hort he is cloarly not whit John Kelly
would call a " practical politician ;" but a
were "theoiist," a "closet-man," and
"dresmer;"' a jroor, worthless "literary
"felUr," for wtoni the "Boues" who \
CDn'rol cur politics can entertain only the '
profoucdeet and most unspeakable can
tempt. ]
AN INCONSISTENT CONVENTION.
The so-called Farmers' Convention which i
met at Stockton last week offered a curious
illustration of inconsistency. It professed
to be "anti monopoly," and yet when a
resolution denouncing land monopoly was
introduced, it utterly refused even to give
it a respectful hearing. The reason of this
was on the Burface. Many of the delegates,
including our eccentric friend Tom McCon
nell, are large land-holJerß, and though
they are perfectly ready to " regulate " the
affiirs of their neighbors, they have the
strongest possible objection to being regu
lated themselves. And yet, regarding the
question from an anti-monopoly standpoint,
there is just as good reason for regulating
them as for regulating the railroads.
Moreover, there is law for such regulation.
For when the Supreme Court of the
United States was looking about for an ex
ense for its decision in the Chicago Ele
vator cases, it hit upon the brilliant dis
covery that the Legislature had the right
to regulate every kind of business into
which a " public use " entered. The Court
could not declare that railroads and ware
houses were amenable to legislative dis
crimination, mhl so it held that all kinds
of business were equally liable to legisla
tive interference. Under that decision it
is unquestionably open to any State Legis
lature to fix the price of wheat ; but if
such a measure should be proposed in auy
Legislature, it needs no gift of prophecy to
foresee that the fanners would be in arras
instantly. Vet from an anti- monopoly
standpoint it is possible to advance some
very strong arguments in favor of just such
measures. The farmers would probably
say that they ought not to be regulated
because the public had not subsidized or
aided them. Hut in saying that they
would be mistaken. For it is perfectly
cle.ar that inasmuch as the United Slates
Government fixes the price of the public
lands at a nominal rate, in order to encour-'
age settlement, every man who pre-empts
a farm receives a bounty from tho Govern
ment, and is therefore in the same cate
gory with the subsidized railroads.
And why, it may be asked by consistent
auti-iaonopoliaU, should those who have
monopolized the land, and who owe all ■
they possess to this monopoly, not be com
pelled to ssll their wheat and other prod
uce at a fixed reasonable rate ? They did j
not make the land. Accordieg to Henry j
Georgs they cannot have a just title to it.
Their position is that of usurpers and mo
nopolista of the worst kind, and it is mani
fest that so dangerous a set of men ought
to be curbed by the leirislative power of 1
the State. These farmers have, by taking
possession of large tracts of land, prevent- j
ed thousand cf people from owning any
land at all. They have established a mo- j
nop o'.y of the means whereby the food of
the whole population is produced, and
they ought, even if they are left in pos
see6ion of the land, to be compelled to sell
their produce to the people cheaply. The
Supreme Court of the United States has
declared that such regulation is lawful
aud proper. It cannot be denied for an
instant that there is a "public ;:.-.' in
grsingrowing. Why, then, should bloated j
monopolists like our friend Tom McCon
cell be allowed to grind the facea of the j
poor by charging all they can get for
their produce ? As anti-monopolists they
aie committed to the principle of regulat
ing railroad charges by the " cost cf tcrv
"ice." The same principle can be applied
to themeelves. la it tolerable or to bo j
endured that these grasping farmers should |
be allowed to hold their grain for a rise ;
that they should be permitted to take the
very highest price they can get for it ;
whereas according to their own doctrine
they have no claim to more thau a reason
able percentage (not to be rixtd by them
selves) over the cost of production V
Consistent anti-monopolists muet holS j
that the business cf wheat-growing calls
for regulation no ltS3 than that of trans
portation. For what i 3 the great end and ■
aim of all regulative legislation ? Cltarly i
it is to secure the greatest good to the
greatest number. And v.ho are the creat
tst cumber? Clearly the consumers. Yet
in the faco of these facts the rapacious !
Tom and their kiad shut i
their eyes to the best interests of their |
fellow citizens, and persist in making all i
the profit possible ont cf their business.
They will take fl :;», xl>, $2 50, in fact
any unconscionable rate per cental the con-
dition nf the market affords, and the moic
they obtain the happier they are. They
have no bowels of compission. They do
not care for the fact that what brings pros
perity to them makes lifo harder to thou
sands of poor, struggling poop!e. Evi
dently it is tgainst public policy to leave
so selfish and greedy a class unregulated.
Evidently, according to their own doctrine
of anti-monopoly, they ought to be regu
lated. And if we regard them from Henry
George'e standpoint, the necessity of regu
lation appears still plaiaer. For he has
written a book to prove that it is the duty
of Government to confiscate the land, end
to turn all the proprietors off without any
compensation. This is the theory of land
nationalization, and compared to it the
proposal to regulate the price of wheat and
corn eeema culpably mild and rmderate.
We, however, are content to view the situ- i
atioa from the anti-monopoly standpoint i
alone, and from th*t standpoint we think
it apparent that the Farmers' Convention
was ths most inconsistent of bodies. It- :
stlf avowedly composed of the most hale- !
ful class of monopolists — a cla39 which |
thrivc3 best when the rojr man's loaf is !
dearest— this prepssttr ,us Convention]
falnisatod profusely against ra-iroads, but !
refused to admit any consul-rations bear- |
ing upon land. We are not e urpr-scl thsi i
those wfco bali-ive in the overshadowing evil '
of land monopoly should look upoa this i
Convention with contempt and indignation, i
and it would scarcely astonish anyone if '
some real reformer who owned no land i
himself should presently undertake to de- i
I monetrate his patriotism by proposing the
j legislative regulation of farming. The j
subject has not hitherto been much con- j
I sidered, but we have ia this article shown
] that it affords a rich Held for reflection and
inquiry, and that as a matter of fact al
! most every anti-monopoly argument that
has ever been employed against the rail-
Mftda may be directed, with precisely the i
■MM force, against the farmers. The lat- j
tor we have no dou\>t would liu^h to scorn j
any suggestion as to regulating them, and ',
I many strong objections to any such
i course would occur to them on .
1 the instant. Bat all such ob
jection! apply equally to the regulation
of the railroads, and in fact it is impossi
ble, when once the barrier which protects ;
I private property is broken down, to set a \
j limit to the interference and to ths legiti- |
I mized robbery which may be perpetrated !
jby legislatures. When anti-monopaly in ;
I the abstract carries to bs examined it mas', |
j be perceived very quickly that nine-tenths !
of the talk about it iv the c-mcrete is demy ,
i^gism, and the other tenth nonsense. The !
denial of private property rights, how
ever, is always fall of danger, and the I
classes which, while blindly following the
promptings of their own selfish interests, un
dertake to interfere with the equal rights
and liberties of their neighbors, are prepar
ing a stito of public opinion against which,
when their turn comes, they will find all
their defenses unavailing. As a historical
point which is not without significance, it
may be worth while for these people to re
member that the rten who created the
Reign of Terror during the French Revolu
tion perished by the work of their own
hands.
HOME AND ABROAD.
0.-.; in M.-am.l.i|> Mran,l,.l I:, ,1,,r and
One or 111. rriii.H <>;,,,,, ni.>ii <.. Mor
iii..in.in In On- South— Two Young Men
Asphyxiated - I ailed Matta Miim-mr
Court— Bank Kc.bbrry and Murder In
WiHConitln — : \!'ii»li.n ...' Trlegraphlr
« .iiiiiniiiiir.il win 4n Old Cnliforntiin
Kill* Mlmiteir— MallrrH In Foreign Land*
-Etc.
IBPSCIAL DISPATCHES TO THI RIOORD-tHION. ]
DOMESTIC.
X mk Eobbrry anil Murder.
Chicago, October 9lh — It is reported that
there was a bank robbery and murder at
Waup'ica, Wis., Saturday nieht. The report
of the affair is expected to-night, but it has
besn kept very quiet.
RETAILS OK THE AFKAIB.
Waitaca (Wis.). October '.»;h.— A darine
mnrder and bauk robbery occurred here lost
night. The victim was H. C. Mead, a
wealthy backer, in business here for thirty
years. Ha was a bachelor of 03 years, and
slept in the b«k, boarding at a hotel. TDis
Mior .in.; he failed to appear at breakfast and
dinner. A tnesseuger who wad sent to the
bank found it locked, and going to a back
window discovered the wire screen cut. the
window let down froui tho top and Mead
lj'ing in a pool of blood on the floor. Inves
tigation showed that hi* !>•■ t ; and face were
horribly mangle J with shot, as if bath bar
rrlioi a d jublc-birrele i ehotxun had been
discharge! at him from ehort raone. It is
supposed that the assa=sius shot him from the
window while he was sitting at a table writ
ing. The s*fa hid not been locked, and the
assassins carried off several HuMUaad doOmn
in currjney, gild a^i'J bjcdi ; but the ex »ct
amount is not known. Than is no cliw to
the murderer*. The Coroner's jury rendered
a verJiot iii accordance with thd above facts.
Mead was worth cochi.ierably o.er $500,000.
The bir.k is a email, ono story wooden struct
ure. The sleeping apari:ueat is ia the rear
room, without birs, and U of easy access. He
was Wftrne<i of hU danger m^ny times, but he
always saiil if his money wai wanted it could
be had without killing him. He resided alnn >
in the back nearly twenty-tive years. All
his face, from the cheek bone np-.vanl, was
shot away, and tho fli.-h and banes scstterod
on the floor. Several people in the n'ighbur
hooJ heard a bhot about midnight, but the
occurrence being not nnnsuil, excited no com
ment, i ■ - i _- c'.'izjufl bave undertaken n
t'.oroujh invf-Ktigation, acd a large reward
will ba offered for the murderers.
Opposition to >inr->i .iil-.ni.
KALr-icii, ( tjtober 9th.. — The feeling against
I tha Mo:m>ns now working in different parts
of this S* it. 1 and Sjulh Carolina is daily in
creasing in bitterness, end the probabilities
me that if the earner request of the people
of the !iff=cjed counties be nut Bnon complied
with, violence and bloodshed will be the re
bult. A protect is now bt ing freely circulated
amonu' the people of York county, South
Carolina, an I Cleveland coun',y, in this
i State, deuouncicg the missionaries from Utah
for making disturbances among them, and
expressing a determination to protect society
acd morals at all hazards. The history cf
| Mormoaism is briefly told in the protest, and
the people who have been influenced by the
Moraion erufcsarie.i are called upon to turn
hack before ruiuing themselves and their t .'::■
iliji 1 . The pritpst endj as follows : " We,
! the pe~>]>lo of York county, S. C, and Cleve
land county, X. C, earn<a!iy ci'l upon these
emUsari-ea ityling Utemaetaca E ders in the
Caurch of Latter T)»;* S.iint*, to depart in
• •. i ■ ■ before the iadigaatioo of cut paopla
bwumjM unenMtro:l»bl», aud they do them
boJiiy injury."
A Dciuovral E i-glus Inirnmit at Ibe Poll*
-What Stxl ?
Xf.w Yokk, Ojtobir !> ,b.— Grover Oleve-
I land, in a lttter accepting the D cj.wratic
noiuiuft*ioa for Governor, lefers at eoiße
len^tii <o the paramount necex-ity ol purity
and f .irneba at primiriec, that candidates
wfceu nominated may bear th» iiiniiiim of the
people's will. He Bayi BuVjrdir>'it.B in office
shiuld t>e selected uud retained f r <ilicieney,
n-jt for partisan ead<<, aod tlruld receive the
same piy and no the s>me amount of work
as correapindir;* pndUcni in private employ
ment. Ho declared o^ainst polilical assess
ments; ".-!■". i th it when corporations, by
combination or otitatwilp, oppress the peopia,
they shouM bj r( strained ; that labor shoal.)
be protected in p2ac9»biy arfertiuß itt rights
against c*f.itnl, and says that tha expenditure
I ot money to it.Hueuce the action of Ul3 pe<>
! pie at the pills or secara legislative action U
I becoioicg m> comtnon as to bj of grave con
cern.
Prize Drill or KBlgfcta Templar.
CmcAGO, October O.h — The competitive
j diill between St. liernnri Cornmandery if
Ki.l hta Templar, rf Chicago. &td Ropn
. Cosunaadery, of Indianapolis, for the pos
i ;i i.f the prizs-driil binter awarded by
i the Triennial Conclave <;f ISSO, oocurrtrl
| rera this afternoon, and wai won by St.
li-mr.i.
;;i-,, -, .r, inn \- ■ ;•
OiiAfi >„ < > it ibet 9 M — G >dfriß.l Th<«M, n
German, as;eJ 20 ye.'?, oommittod coickle
yer'criuy liy throwing blmadi ;n a well on
tha farm of Ku< It .Jiiv.-r, near Milled »ta-
I Uoo, in t liia ciunty. 1I« had I "en drukiu.;.
j t \;< i, --I . i of d :--:.. ;ilij< (omiunnlfa
tionx.
KKW Youk. October 0;h. — On opaninp the
line« of tbe Central and Sou'h An.erioati
Telfgraph Company, c>ngra'n'atory mee
sages were exchanged between i'r- •; i.-i.t
Arthur aid thy PrefiJpnts ot Chile, Peru,
Bniivia, KcuaJor, the United Srites of Co
lombia, C.'Sta Rica, Honduras. Nicaragua.
S*n Salvador, GuttemaU acd Mexico. The
cables of the Mexican UVleeiap'i Company,
startiD? from (Talvavton, Tei., roach Vet*
Ccaz via Taaipicr), at which point th« ('entral
and South American Tele^rat h Company
extend to the littruus of Tchu mtepec ;
thence by a land Hoe to the Pacific ; thence
by cjb!e to Lima, in Peru, where thay eon
j nect with the ci'ile of the West Coast Tele
frrsph Company, now laid to Valparaiso,
Chile.
Snlrldc «r an Old California!].
Nf.w York, October !l:h. — Cuptain WUI
-] iam Fannie? Pandleti.D, of StoninKtop, Conn.,
j w»b f jttud about 4 o'clock this morning in an
| outhouje on his preiiiU ?, wh^ra he had com-
I niit:ed Buicide by cutting Ida tjiroat with a
j razor. He had bjen d. prcsed in spirits for
some tirnf, bu 1 ; not eafficijntly no as to create
anxiatv ai to his meutrd c nditirn. He was
ab^ut 50 "ej»r.- old, a man of geutie andgenial
! dispositiua. aud greatly beloved in the com-
I mn'iity. He wag one rf the old California
! '-libra, an.l a well knowii .Mason.
Cincinnati. October Itth.— The manHge
ment of the May Festival ft him ilttm an-
IWCS t'> • Lr^ramiri- of the oi.cbt dacerts
fo» tho f.-r.ival of May, 1881 Aabonaoi
600 i-> already in training, »nd vrili hold re
hearsals fnm now till that time. Th« te'ec
tioni fir ttie first ni^ht are Cherubiui'j mau-s
in O, and Bjethoven'* ninth symphony ;
second night, Brihua's requiem aud scenes
fromW»»aer'a "Parsifal"; tliird niffht, Han
cH'a "Israel in |mt"; fourth nisht, Gou
nod's oratorio " Redemption ".
International Cricket Mitch.
New Yobk, Oct-her Bth.— The oiicket
match between tha Australian Eleven and
eighteen player; chosen from cluhg in rind
around Xew York ws» played to-d»y. The
day 9 playing resulted in 110 runs for the
Australiins, sad ouly 27 f->r the Americans.
Bollrr l'Miin :on.
• Shelbtvillk find ).■ October 9th.— The
boiler in the siwoaill f.f Youn? k Smith, ne»r
this city, exploded this morning, hnUntly
killing Geonro Youns and fatally injn-icg
his partner, Uarry Suii:h. The two proprie
tors werj ths on:y persoiH within the build
mj.
I >••>! T-ii.im- Kaldrd.
.Yew York, Ootober 9,h.— Anthony Cotn
stKk raided the poil-ro.mj at Lins* Island
Cry this aft«rn--oa. and cultured prooerty
valued at 815.000. The L*w sad Order
Society of Loa* Islind City instiioted tha
ruii. OoTiHock at each pace found tho doors
barred asiinat him, bat forceri an entrance.
At K'lly 4 Bliss' rooan Com^ttock was
bicde-sd in his work by Omm Robin^n,
bnt ne p>i«aed the Carocer anja roughly.
Ths Gor..n« hid Uomitoclc arrested, chati?
in? him with threatening tj sho^t him an 1
t-<?<pap»iaj» on hi^ premises to reach th»t of
Kelly 4 Bliss. Comstoak waa released on
bia own recognizance.
Tarcf Flrrnien Injured.
Mii.wr.AKßg, October 9iU.— An explosion
darin? a fire in the hardwire ei'.ibliafatasDt
of Jacob Kuo«rschi?:d thU ever.!, % burued
three firemen drealfully, oue family.
-■i :- .!• or a state Official.
Ltttli Rock (Ark.), Ostober 9.h.— Rev
J. L. Denton, State Supirintendent of Pub-
lic Tastructiiin, jumped from the bilcony of
Judge G-regg'g residence, in Fnvetleville, at
toon to-day, and was killed. He had been
meotally unbataoced for geveral daye, and
thU was not his first attempt at suicide.
Ocean Steamship Ashore.
New York, October f»;b.— The Hambu^^-
Auierican linn steamer Herder, Ca;>tain
Tischbein, left New York Thursd»y, tbs s;h,
fir Hamburg, vi» Plymouth &nd Cberboursr,
with 39 cahin anil 94 steerage passenßern, and
a crew of about 100. This na^n tha follow
ing iDtellipeac? was received by the agents
here from St. Johns, N. F. : "The Herder :s
lrwt three miles west of Cap 3 Kwe. The
mailf, passengers and crew were Bayed."
[SECX)ND DISPATCH. 1
St. Johsb (X. F.), October 9;h.— The
Herder went aßh'>re at the eastward of Head- ]
long Ueacb, about three a.i!ea west of Cape
Il»ce, at 2 o'clock this mornic^, during a
dence fop. Ali the passengers and crew were
lauded without accident, and will ba brought
here by special steamer and cared for by the
German Cont-ul. It is believed that the Bhip
a-j'l cargo will be a total logs.
ANOTHER ACCOCST.
St. Johns (N. F.), October 'J h.— The fol
lowirg additioaal informitio 1 i* just rtc- ive'i
from Cape R»ce respect ii.g tlio !osa of the j
Bteamer H«-rd9r : The si.ip left New York
on Thursday last, and experienced five
weather up to jrwtanlay evening, when a
deosa fog tet in. The n^cefeary precautions
were taken to avoid, if pouitlfe, accidents
liab'e to occur under the circumstances. No I
danger m upprcheuded until 2 o'clock this
morning, when the Bhip suddenly, and btfore
thfc onicers were aware uf thtir prcxiinity t>i
land, ran on the ro^ks. Two hundred end
eighty- eight persons were on board, namely,
170 pae«engers and a crewof US, all toW. Ail
were landed c.if. ly at daylight ia tight !i nti
belonging to the ship, and are now bting well
cared for by a few families living near thj
scene of the wreok. The passengers and crew
H'eak ia the highest terms of the conduct of
Captain Tixchbein and his officers, who were
remarkably salf-poasessed thrjeghout. The
baggage uf the paasecger* and all the maiU —
"li bags — were saved. The ship is certain to
be a total wreck, but it is believed that come
of the csrgo will be saved ia good c julitiip.
I'.ir'iea just from the wreck report that the
Herder BM across a small cove, with her st-.r
--■ 'jr 1 side completely ucder water.
There ii little probability of the
hulk breaking up so long as (he wind
continues from the present point, N. W.,
but hhoull it get farther to the westward a
heavy sea would be euro to make it isn'joa'i
ble to do acythicg worth while in the w^y of
taking out the cargo. A -■ >on as intelligence
of th» .! - ,- i-r r^^ched here, the German
Consul, R. H. Pioan, hired the steamer
Neptune and liupatcfcel ler tj the a c sistante
of the people. Shu left far (Jape
Race at 0 this eveniag, taking a large supply
of provision?, ■' ■■ : . ' t .-i1 haviug utcertaice 1
by telegraph that only a small portion of the
ship's stores waa saved.
Later. — The valuables, silverware, three
casts uf specif", etc , were save 1 this evening.
Tnere is nothing < 11 board now but the cabin
furniture aud Mcgo, The passengers and
crew are nxpected to reach St. Juhas to-mor
row evening.
«..» Hie End of the World br Kear?
iNew York, October 9th.— The World's
London cable save : The enmet \<i all the talk
iv Hcieulitit: circles at present, and it is being
retarded with c msiderable apprehension.
Richard A. Pnct ir, who denied that it w»b
the omet of 1843 and IS->O, nciw nndu that hn
sua ie a mietike io his cakulations, and go has
withdrawn his stit.in.e^t. More cautious us
tronumTrß than he have no doubt of the iden
tity of the comet, and belu-ve that it will re
turn, at the latest, in October, ISS3, and will
thtn full into the snn, with results which will
enabls us to dispense with tfca future puhlica
tion of the newspapers of the wurlu. I am
assured '<.'. ■•'■ this is the opinion of the mont
eminent scientists of tha day, C. Piazzi
Smythe, the clever Astrouotner Royal for
Scotland, in particular, having in&ue no secret
of his belief thtt the end ot the world is at
hand.
Kol 11 TulainlnouH Corrr»pnn<tenre.
New York, Ooinbcr 9:h. — Ames F.
I. utitrl one of the 30<i .-: i'» >•• , disapprov
ing of Beecher'n sermon advising the Repub
licans to b)lt Folger's nomination, wrote that
iiviue :
Dear Mr. Bccther : You made an ass r-f v>':r--.i
yesterdiy. AMOS F. LAR.StI).
Beschsr forthwith replied to this candid
statement in no !esa direct word* :
Penr Sir : The Lord Bayed you tho trouble of nuk
ing an ass of yourscif bf making you .in was at tlie
bc^iitnintr, and his work Htands k\ue.
HENUY WAKU HMIIHim
The correspondei-ce was dropped here.
I nllrd StHles tiuprrme t'onrl.
Washington, Oetobet Btk. — The Supreme
Couri of the United BtatM reassembled for
tl'e Oc'.ober lerm uf ISS2 at soon. All thh
• uaticss were preseut except Field atd 1 '■:-■'■
lev, who have not yet rn'urned. In the po
litical as»e?sment case of Newton M. Curtiss,
leave was t--iv -11 to rile a petition for a habeas
corpne. and the case was set for argument on
the 23 1 instant. The regular Cill ef the
docket begins tomorrow.
They i;|.-w Out Ihe BH,
New York, October !)th. — T.ast night Theo
dora Haske, aged 23, and Williim Husky,
■(•d 26, looge i at the Anntx H tel, Broik
lyn. A strong pmell of gai wr»s noticed this
morning comin_- fro.n tiieir ro>m, and the
donr was burf f . open. 14 ith men w^re fouud
dead. They blew cut the gin.
Humored Duel.
WASSBurOB, Octotier 9th.— There is an
unveritiei rnmnr hore tbnt Wise and Smi'h
i'.;:ght a Ju^l ii the vicinity of H^iimuiM
th'a ir orninf^.
Richmom) (V».), O^ober 9tb.— The rep >rt
t'iat Smith ami Wise fought a dual to-day is
not creJi tD d. 8.-th men were seen ou the
of R c'jirond to day.
The Si,s, I :« *.lur<t«r Trial— Tte Scrrrlary
ithlp of (lie Treasury.
Chicago, Ootobai 9.! i. — The Journal's
Waahiarton b^cUl says : The Soteldo mur
der trial came up to-day. Tae catt- will be
pis'ponei a few days oa account of the ab
tenee of c_.uijh?l.
Sscrttariei Lincoln ani Chandler have gone
tn New xotk to ! c prr^cnt at the Cabinet
meeting. It is rumored that Folgfr's rci^ig
nati.iL will b? accepted then, and his suc
cessor r.amei. Hi* tuodmtt will pn>bably
be Sauitor J.mee, of Nevad*, or John 0.
New, now acting as Secretary of th« Treas
ury.
Fall «r a <;•<•■>. >i! Bridge.
Atlanta (Ga ) Oetoba lUh.— At a baptiz
iog at Canton yeatordsy n bridge fell into the
river, and precipitated 200 persons into the
water. No live* ware lost, but may legs
and crma w».re br ken.
I \;>l. i-.ii>!! of Cap*.
J'.r.ii)«Eror.T(C(inn.) 0.-ti bei 9 b. — A bn-ml
cootainirg 50,000 breich-loading c»ps ex
ploded with terrinc force to-day, destroying
the building in which it waa located. No per
sons were iiurt.
Fannie Parnell'A Kiidy.
BoßnKNTtiws (N. V), OcU.ber 9:h .— Tne
body of Finoie Parnell will be removed on
the 18th ioet., and takep tn Philadelphia,
thenre to New York and B s'o3, -whence it
will be taken to belaod for in'.ermoDt.
Vrllow Fever.
Pessacola (Fla). 0.-tober 9;h.—Forty
eight new ca'Ci and five deaths werr reported
to day. Yfiitei-diy 77 new caeas and 2 deaths
were reported. Total cases to date, 1,300 ;
death?, 112.
r<t!l>S!»n nt Train*.
Fri.TON (Xc), October 9th. — A collision
to r.j.jl.i; I "t.»;>cn trains of tf-e Chenpeake,
Obifl and 8 attawwtarn, and f h3 Chicic, St.
L-uii isd New ().-lcar.s roilroids, demcl
ished tie e^aioe pnd two pl«»;.;ns caches.
Slnriler l>y a Kniitist H-ni-iir.
Arsns ( Tex.), October 9:h. — Rynhard
Chapmxn, a Baptist miuister, stubbed and
killed John Turcer in a quarrel. Chapman
escaped.
t'oiirl-llonse Destroyed by Fire.
Altamost (Term.), October 9th. — The
Court-ht.use wjs barncd here last night. The
papers, etc., were saved.
Kerldedly Dunzerous Dam.
Providence (R. I ), October 9tb.— The
Gcor.iaviPe dam having become dacgerotia,
the Suueriatendent has ordered the water
drawn • IT as far as pnssibie by the gates.
The pond is forty feet deen. and ih« gate 3 oau
draw eff but nine feet. If the dam should
go, a large business tection could Bcarcely
e?cape destruction.
fllM ■■!
Boston, Octiber 9th. — Leopold Morse
(l)emicrat) and E. B. Hankell ( Independent
Republican) decline to etard as candidates
for Congress i.i the Fifth and Ninth District*.
Francis A. Peters has been noDimatei be
Congress by the Dem.-Krata of the Third Dis
trict,
Gkecfield (>!»?».), October 9th.- The
Greenbackera of the Kleventh District have
nominated Wilbar F. Whi'.aey for CongTefs.
Stale Election In ••til : To-dar.
Cleveland, October 9tb.— Ohio holds her
at> nnal election to morrow. Governor Foatsr
expect* a majority of 10,000 to 15,000, while
th= R»publ!c»a leadere here will be contented
wit a f.,000.
l>alrldr of it Trn-jcar-old !:•■ . .
LoMOU (Neb.), October y*;h.— Theodore
Finey, 10 years old, living at Gleowood, aui
ciied Saturday evening.
Thermomctrleal.
New York, October 9:h— MidnUrht.— |
Highest t»mperatnre to-day, ~tj* ; lowest, 58".
Chicago, Oc^iher 9;h. — Highest tem
perature to-day, 63*; lowest, 52°.
FOBF.It.N,
Thirty Penoait I'.l.uiir.l.
London (Ont.), October 9.h —Thirty per
sons have been poisoned here from cUing
head-cheaae manufactured by local butcher*.
Physicians attribute the trouble to brixtles
chopped op with the skin of the pork, caus
ing irritation ef the stomach's inner co*Mng,
&nd producing spasms and vomiticg. Some
of the sufferers are very low, but it is sup
posed that all will recover.
Tnrklnh Intervention In Egypt.
Cairo, October 9;b —Sultan Pasha, Presi
dent of the Chamber of Notables, thinks
Turkish intervention in Egypt would mean
anarchy. He maintains that the cost of the
j nnt c)iitfi)l w.>uld be extravagant, and that
£400,000 might be saved annually by the sub
stitution of efficient native for foreign of
ficials. He admits tbat the mass of the
population is unlit for a representative Gov
ernment.
KecrnltlnK fur Fgypt In Switzerland.
Gkseva, October 9th. — Recruiting for tha
Egyptian gendarmerie is proceeding at Berne,
hut the Federal Cnuacil will probably forbid
it aa ft breach of international law.
Vast Strike or Colllerx Probahle.
London, October 9th. — At a conference
of delegated representing IW.OOO colliers, it
was resolved that notices to employers for An
advance of 15 per cent, be given next week.
Tfle ball't forms show that reprepentatives
«f 18,407 colliers voted for an advancs and
771 ;,-;■.-•-. In the ballot restricting the out
put thera were 0.954 vot*s in favor of restric
tion and t>so ageinst. Tha masters last Fri
day refused to accede to the demand for an
advance, and it U probable that a strike will
be ordered.
Two Men Burned to Death.
Ottawa (Ont ). October 9:h.— l« a fir« at
S f ,agg creek today, two men named Field
were burtei to death.
Investigation Commented.
Cair>, October 9 ',h.— The special Corr.mis
eion to prosecute all acts of rebellion by mili
tary or civilians, held a Kitting to-day, and
interrogated Gandel, late Prefect of Alexan
dria, who denied the charge m.de agr.inst
him of having distributed bludgeons to tha
Arab*.
PuutKhlng the AjUI-Jcwtnh Rtoterß.
Odessa, October Qth.— The military trib
unal in Bf aai en at Baita, trying the cuss of
th-' anti-JewUh rioters, condemned one of tha
leaders to two yeare, and live ethers from
.sixteen to eighteen months' iaapcMOnsMßt,
A Farmer shot.
Dublin, October 9th. — A f:trm?r named
Hozan was shot at Baliina Saturday, und
died to d»y.
■Srearh between the -nil;:" nnd khedlve.
VimU, October 9th. — The breach between
the Khedive acd Sultau is wiJenibg and is
likely t'> lisi to an open rupturs. The
Sultan has forfalddea recruiting for ihe
Khedive's future body tuard-.
A Mii.i.iuSAiUF. Wasiiekwo.man — Mrs.
Sarah Hay, a waxherwoman of Leadvflle,
who has naJe a fortune of $1,000,000, has
had an eveatful life. She waa the tirst
white woman who ever dared to set foot in
Leftdvilie, and as such helped found tho
city. Sho dag in the mine*, scoured the
plains as a scout, and Inat, but not least,
took inwashiug from the Leadvil'.e mim re,
and to-day has a sau2 little forrune that
pajs her au incoma of $:SO,OOO a year. She
is now a woman of about . r >o, weighing some
140 poumls, ami is rugged and spry. Sne
has a daughter that she ia educating in the
Eist, who is a handsome and ladylike iiirl
of 13.
Mr. 11. C. Mooiie. ( f the h.iubs of l£*mn.
VerniimiCo., 31 Ntw street. New York,
(aya tbat he was alincst instantly rdiered t
severe pain, c msequent hmd an attack of
pleurisy, by one application of St. Jacobs
Oil.
MEW ADVEBTISEME&iTS.
Hinted lueriliis of Concord Lo<ls<-. A
No. 117, F. and A. M., Tills (Tuesday) _,fV _
EVENING, (VVibor 10th, at 7:30 o'clock. TC/T
VWttBR brethren are coid:uliy invited. l".y ' \
order of VV. E ULUHTON, W. M
W. ILHinm, Secretary. 016-lt
li, of i*. ■:• ; ,i: ( r Oinvrnllnn j£f
of CoiiflJence Lodue, No. 7s X of P
THIS (Tuesday) EVENIMJ, .it 7:;>0
Vcluck. All member? rcninnilllll to be '2i <^''
present. Vembcrs of sister Lodges
and njouiulllg Knifbti ar,- corJi»l!v<sfci-^'^^
bnrttedtoattaad. J A. I'.a'kkk. c. C.
Walter ». Kookr-, K. of R. and S. (D. C] o'.C It
li.lharmonlr Snrlrly. — Urrltna lUit
(Tneidn) E.TKMINO, at 8 o'doek, at the offi.-u oj
DB. WutiD, cirr.cr Fourth and J streets. Business
Of imiHirtai.ce. A fu.l attendance desired.
,„ „ W. WOOL>, Prcs't.
w. H. <amwß.ga<t. ru. c. i oi o 1 1
Tnr Brl«l,h Mulnal Rrnent and Social
Society will li.'ld Us 'i k'ular mcetinc TH[S(ru."<
day) F.VEN!N'(i, at Ptooaar Hall, *• 7::; i o'clock
Amendm.i.u to the ByLiws and oth.r important
business will be brought buton the Society The
altcudauce of cveiy m^mher is respectfully •olldted
N. J. NATHAN, Frefident.
Arthi-r V. Borsn. Sccretan. 010-lt
Fln.l »>rd Brpnbliranx.-Tkr Rrpnb-
UeaoaoC tba Vim- w :ir i „r i. raqoeated to meet at
tbeOcort^oiiM TDK3DAT KViMNC, d.-tobcrlO
188 ', at 7:30 o'doek. to ornnia a BepoMlmn ctxib,
■ li C.j MANY UKl'I T.l.|r\NS.
On»- Minute Toulha.hr Dmpit %re tinpr
ri.T to >,)_ v other Kc.r sale by dpj.-gN: . KUIK
CfARY >v (.' ■>., Ueata. oio i m
CIARD OF THANXa-1 DS3ISE TO EXPBE3B
j my thinks to ih is- c tta nswhohveeoldrdly
contributed ai I to our tamlly on the oocaal >n ■ f m>.
■■'* 'Ii. 1 • u\, r... .■';:■! - fr. ni » rio Mai ddent
- »1 "J t M liS^ JAMES WELL 3
JOsr ON' SUNDAY EVENING, A WOoi-EN
J Lap Kobe, The under will be retruded tn re
tun U.tt it to WILSON'S stable, X Btreet, Dear
Fourth J olOlf
I.int BUiB-jK.no wol r.uv a sevjv^.
ho'.ise who nine rooms; all moden mi- !•!
pn.vcmciits. l^.tS">lfO. Itcnts f.r ■;;«iwrJHt
Diootb ll:'f i.'.-'i tr !:i itreat cars. lug ti]
HENRY IRICBLBK, Twen lethand U streets.
olOlw*
FOR SALE— A »' ""■•■■■'■itii nm
Slio|. iri ,-■.! r - 1 1 . ■ . i i . _- . r '..r — '
Good house, barna, etc, at *'i'hi'.Ti^^*"»*a_,
P.nr, Sacramento enmuv. Apply '■
W. A. BROWN, in the i remlaea, or by letter.
oio-im*
WANTEP FURNISHED ROOMS TWO BSD
rr> ins and a Sitting room. Private bOQM
prcfcrreil. Must be within fix blocks of Postoflii-e.
No children. Addrets P. W. c , this oflice. old tf
WANTED-BY A GENTLEMAN AND WlfF,
two pleasant furnished motr.B ar.d board for
the winter. Location not over five to cisrht mm
utes' walk from Central Picific Hospital " H street
preferred. Hcferences excha 1 . i;ed. Address •' X.,"
at i BOO&B I'mox offloa, 010-lw*
Greenback Labor Mestisg!
TtF.illAl, O< T. lOlh. AI : OVlork F. M..
AT TD«HKB HALL,
HON. WAHREV CHASE, OEO. T ELLIOTT
and MKS. TOPD will tell tbe voters of Sac
i raniento " How one person is made a mil'io!;aire
and ten thousand made poor " J. D. JOST,
010 It Chairman Central Committio.
FOURTH WARD REPUBLICANS !
tiierk wii.i. r.K a tamtam at
TURNEn HALI, TUESDAY EVENINC, OCTOBER 10,
At 7:30 o'clock, for the purpose or or^an'zi- g a
Fourth WarJ Hepublican Club. All Republican!
and others interecud Kqosated to be present.
«^ COME ONEI COMe ALLIES
Parortg. ciiakles ccoley,
Mec.bcrif Republics to ii:ty Centra! Uom>uitt«e.
010 If
STREET RAILWAY CCMPT.
rpilE FOLLOWING HAS DEEN SERVED ON
-■■ the Street Railway Compiny. Citizens p»t
romrirp the cats must be iruidcd accordiuf ly :
"All street cars and horses thor. to attached,
when stopped nn any s'reet railroad between Front
and Tenth, »nd I and X streets, inclusive, in the
city of Ha raiucn'.o, shall be stopped clear of the
i'ltereeciions of the streets and cf the street cross
in??, and shall not ho allowed to st.p or staud in
ai y. t the intersections of said streets. Ar.y person
haviu£ Urn coutrol or manaecment of the "running
of ai y street cat, or who shall vio'ats the praria.
ions .if this section, shall be punishei by a hn« if
not less than t---n box more than one buncrcd dol
lars, or by imprisonment for not bsi tl.an five nor
more than two hundred days, or by both such fine
and imprisonment "
You will therefore see that tno above ordinance is
strict!}- complied »iih.
MATT. EABCSER,
QlO6t Chief of ! .
McG^EAR"i'3 PATENT
ROLLER
if JLiUU £&!
rOK BAIE BT All «. iM » K-.
CUcCREAR7 & CO , SACRAMKNTO MILLS.
, nuw manufactn-c »Kr.»deof HOLLER FLOCK
udj equal to Iho WA->HBL'hNE, or aay ether
I Minnesota High-grade Patent Flour. AUo, t; ■.
whitest, strongest and U»l B&kem' and Family Flour
| in th« mirk??. auB 4plm
PRESIDENT £3jj|
San Frui "'""O'«^3sSfYiV L^vil
n \ft)&y capital stock
Tlffi^ fe000.000.00
I^Surplaa 460,800,70
San Franoispo, C'al., July 1, IHS».
We tak<- plrnsurr tn i>r«-s«>niiii[r for
your coii'.iilcraliKii tbn following Tbirty
ciKhth Scn:i-Aiiuaal SUUmeut of tha condition
of tliislt;ink:
BRSOITtCKS.
Rank Prcmisf-s «1.%0.n00 OO
ot her Bern! F.»tat<- i*.s-2.» as
I ii i l <■<! Muii'H I;o;mN C :'.».r,i>7 i;i>
l.antl AMMK-iation Stoclt.. 15.1^1 55
Loan*) mifl itixcoiiul h I.TSS.tMHt 20
Due l'ridii iSiuiK- :<••.:-■! O!>
Money on Ituud .. .. _4^12.:»0.l ao
*■ M"- ■■■■.::■■. is:t.-.»a.'w»»o»
4'apital paid up ttI,O<H>.UOO OO
Sll«"Vl«"* -KiO.SttO 7O
line lirpo.-iiiwrs 1,a0:{.fi72 st>
Due Kanl.o. ... 3U7.4t>l <>>»
I»i \ I'll mi -s (Uipai J 13 1 50
53, 7.>-J.o«.i!roi»
This Bank has special facilities fop
*luin£ Ull ].::.!.-■ Of 1 ' (!.! 1 .. i Imsiufs*.
c 7 MhiTiiTliH> I ii ImlawTT
■MrtoT* Sas»r-eoate«l Vegetable pun.
They are free frnm all minerul aubHtancee, and tho
twx> ac ivo veuftable retiinoids, rottoph^-llin auj
Lff-ULiidiin, in:ike Ihem ihe lii^st p->uerful, yet the
safest of all ahti liilioiia medieim h. 010-lt
Ob.m.ildi n with ertnt ■• illi. nvnunt :
Though fair vuu seem to '«■ ife ihmxi,
toan you don't nso EOZODONT.
Tho gweetneas of your mouth is gooa ;
Your breath it heavy, and, from tbi?,
Your lips uo more in\ ite a kiss.
010-atTuThS
For (he I.aillex.— Please a-k ;onr phv
aicia'i bb opinion of PVIIF. CAUKORNU POUT
\VI\;.. i:..-i,IN ANDC^LiSAYA BARK : rumblned.
a<3 a 'F'-nic and (Jure for DvsrK!p«ia or Indigestion. If
BatisfacU-ry, try HALL'S PEFSIB WLNE IiIITEItS.
jiu'l-b.n
Irtii Bail, Man ! 'ruurl -•:•, <loat>le*l In
size, is the largest Jap»n«je salo exhib!ti»:i in the
WStk. SHATTUCK & KLKTCHER export their
printing inks to Japan, receive Japanese goods in
return, nrnl this is why Ichi Ban survives on low
prices. Loi-ira!, isr.'t it? TTllllll— lll and retail.
OkiJs for evwy branch of rstail <: iuntn* trnle.jy4.tX
" Their X*nie i* Leaion."— Dysp.p»la Ih
the pare;;! at more evils thin flew out of Pandora'
box Bill' IUBCM, FO'ir et mach, headache, consti
pation, tier" "Us debility, nausea, and indeseribabie
B : '. misery aro amung its t» rrible oiT-ipring.
Give tbem all '.he iv;>r>, d- groat with TABRABTS
BELTZSB APSBQENT, which renovates unii regu-
MMtkebowib, tonal the ftiina'.h, and is a euro
rcUiL.iy for i'.digesti'jri au.l all is eoccoir.itants.
SOl.'j BY ALL DhVQQISTS.
<:; ZwTnl 1
emtsovnu cam be cured
For the h«k^2 Ie cs iry%
lungs. MJ&&bI3&GiJLLk
farrK <oa«ui:!plt--»ii. Cold*, l'i.cu>..inL»,
lafluenza, Bntnrhlal «HIII. ultir<, r.ros
ehltiH, it. .1: »,«i — •., Arlhnia, ( roj: ,
Wnouiilnt; locsh, anil ull disease* of th«
Uri.i:lin.s Or^aas. •' icrthf and heult
the n<»uiir;<ne uf the La:», tnflanied aiui
!>■>!. ->!«•■! ij the <llse.X'<r, and pnwui.
the ni^t't twcMi and ilehlnesg acroin th»
eh"»t which nceootyaisy iv COVSIJMP
TIOX it not an incurable malady. It It
ouly neeift:&rj Io have the right r r;;o.o
and H'.M.-i B4.LM4M U tbat remedy,
OO.^T I>i-.«V« ■• OF RIIIKF, for thlj
benitm Kiwrine win cure job. evea
liionicfc sn«r.-s>:«aal ai<J fallk.
PT Ast for OR. TO. HALL'S BAUAM, Mid tike
■a . ■■. r. t'.lßii. UKAUV A CO., A«enU.
GARBOLIG SALVE,
The Most Powerful *ft»yMpg Ointment
anJZ5i-i:i.'£-otant ever Discovered.
HEi>;n- .• c lßeouc salvi ■ i onr
HFM-:- Cl BOLJC bALV CVh 1 SOI'.FS.
I ■ ■ LYB PAIN.
HKNEVSCARBOUOSALVT.C ■ ■: ' . TlOXb
HENftTI '\ . 10 ;•■ ->vf,VF. ,;SALS PIUPLYa
ucs: ■ - ■■-„■■ ■■ .■ : ■ • ■ ■ a mars
a." S>. !*.'.;■>'•» i:.»<; t».-r •■• <*ii>er.
nErT^y'G CALiSOLIC SALVI
OURES p ;r^->K oak.
lIU, «.::v-v * ti-.., Kkdnrii Apewu
7HE MOST POPULAR WHISKY
irs^F 'N THE MARKET .
"}^mi FUVBR.SUPERIOR TttNtC Pfff^
j. ABSOLUTE PURITY HAVEMADE-^^
fOtf> JUO6FS
*^-e-AGRFAT FAVOR ITE. ■^^ 1
FCRMECICINAtiFAMILY USE AS WEIL AS FOR 4
HEALTHXPLEASAKT KINK.T-OE IS NO WhiSKY EQUAL T3 THE
JUDGED
FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS & LIQUOR DEALERS.
'^>yy KANE,OLEARY^CQ
WHOLESALE LIQUOR MERCHANTS,
5£1&223 BUSH ST. SMI FRANCISCO. CAL._j_
E N GL AN D
BAKING
POWDER
111 AMMONiA
f vi i-J PHOSPHATES
■ tartaric acid
Cream Tartar ahqßi-Carb.Scda
NOTHING ELSE.
MBrssiCo.
EEPUBUOAN GAMDIDATES.
For State Senator.
GHOVE L. JOHNSON,
REOriAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR
SUtPSenator. sIS-jgtd
For Senator.
J. ROUTIER,
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR
State Senate/. s3O-td
For the Assembly.
G. W. "HANCOCK,
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR THE
Assembly. gl9-lt
For the Assembly.
FRAN X D. RYAN,
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR
AMAKSIBLIMAM. 625-Ui
For Sheriff.
PHILIP HRZOG.
REGULAR REPUniJCAN NOMINEE FOR
r Sheriff. c4td
For Shariff.
T. H. BERKEY, "
RECt'LAR NOMISEE OF THE REPUBLICAN
County Convention for Sheriff. F:iO-td
For Assessor.
J. T- GRIFFITTS.
(Late of J. T. GRiwlTrs i Co , Dry Goods Dealers),
REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR COUNTY
Aesi'swor. fi-29-td
For Treasurer.
A. S. GREENLAW,
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR
County Treasurer. 823- td
For Auditor and Recorder.
W. E. G€RB£R.
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR
County Auditor and Recorder. »*27-t:l
| ForSuperin' encent of Schools
rHAS. E. BISHOP.
REGULAR REPUBLICAN' NOMINEE FOR
County Bapertntendeot of Public Schools.
820-td
For Public Administrator.
H- 3. EEALS,
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR
Public Administrator. s2o td
For Coroner
J. FRANK~CLARK,
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR
County Coroner. 819-istd
For Supervisor.
jqsephTwTseman.
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR
Supervisor of Second Ward. s'JO-istd
For Supervisor.
SAMUa BLA R,
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NyMINEE FOR
i SU|« riisor of the Thir.l District. KS Utd
For Supervisor.
S. GOTTLEIB,
REGULAR BFPUBUCAH NOMINEE FOR
supervisor. Fourth lJitrict. sls-Ui
For Supei visor.
BER-MARO fiTEINMAN,
REGULAR KIii'UBLICAN NOMINEE FOP.
Supervisor, Kirat !)Utri<-t. o5 td
For Police Judge.
W. S. BAFFO R D,
REGULAR HEI'UBLICAN NOMINEE FOR
Police JaJi;<-'- s-23-'d
For Justice of the Peace.
J. C- TU BBS.
REGULAR REPUBLICAN "OMIN'FE FOR
Justice of the Peace for ffnn Wlllllll City.
05- td*
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATEsT
For State Senator.
FRF.D^RICK COX,
REGULAB DEVOCRAXIO NOMINKK FOR
State Senator. 529-td
For Sheriff.
A . H . ~E S T ILL,
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR
Sheriff. 03-td
For County Cierk.
M. R. BEARD,
REGULAB DF.MUCi-.ATIO NOMINEE FOR
County Cierk. a^listd
For County Assessor.
C. V/SLLS,
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR
; C--iii.lv A«si-..-or. ~;-i > i-t . t •
For Treasurer.
MICH All FAY.
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNTY
■ ■r. m jgul
For District Attorney.
J-HN T. CAREY,
REGULAB DEMCCHATIC NOMINEE FOR
l'li-lrict Att..ti;i.-y. 82!) td
For County Coroner.
JOHN MILLAR,
(Of Frilzi- Miller)
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR
County Coroner. sUO-td
For Supervisor.
J. R. WEBSTER.
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEK FOR
Supervisor of Third l'iatrict. <>5-td
For Supervisor.
William Mclaughlin.
REGULAR I EMOCRATIC NOMINEK FOR
Superviaor of the Second Dintrict. gvij-istd
For Supervisor.
ROBERT ALLEN,
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR SUPERVISOR
ot Firet District. o4-
For Supervisor.
JJMES McGUIRr,
REGULAR I-EMCCRVTIC NOM'NKE FOR
SnptTviaor. Fourth Dieirj.-t. HlB-td
For Poi;co Jusge.
W. A. HENRY,
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINtE FOR
MteJndgt »15 td
Equal to any Imported,
{ SSO WAS#isfOKST3.r, CAL.
Used by all Connoisseurs.
milE ABOVE CELEBRATED BRAND OF
CHAMPAGNES !
Arc ukinz th« pla^of lEoetitnportod. THEY Ar.E
TOE ONLY GENUINE CALIFORNIA CHAM'
PAUSES in the market — made precisely the Ktme
v those in lbs Cbaapagne Di3:rict. jl-J-ipTuTM
AUCTIONS.
AUCTION SALE
— —OF THK
PHILADELPHIA CASINO SALOON !
So. fit X HmM, nru to Western Hot I.
TTJBSSAY OCTOBER 10, 1882,
At 10:30 oVock A. M.
WE WILL SELL TUB ENTIKE OONTENT3
of the above saloon, on aecouat of the pro
rrietor wishing- to move to San Francisco. It com
prises a c hoice lot of
Jjquors, Cistai-g,
One Billiard T»bl«, Chairs,
TaWes, Stove,'
Picture?, Cuunier a»l gheivin;,
IKiors, Screen and rartitions.
Chandeliers, Mirrors,
Tumblers, Beer Glasses,
Lar^e Beer Chert, Etc., etc.
AlbO, foar harreiij Vinegar
c:r Terns Cash. Sale Positive.
09-2t 3HKRBURN A SMITH. Audi ;<Tetr».
CARPETS
TAPESTBV, liHi -s| I „
THIM.K I-LY. II AM; ) Olttl.
TWO-PH, IM.M »l\.
And MATTINC3
—^AT THE VIHT
x.o^?«rje stp_ pxciozis.
SHERBURN & SMITH.
3*3 X Street, between Third and Fourth.
aull-3ptf
33 J. Ji*lT*3CJMC ■■■-f-JSiJ
GENERAL AUCTIONEERS.
All classes Auction Businesa promptly attended to
"IB". No. 1«13 loiirlh M., bet. J and K.
au7-4t»flm
_
IIETROPOLITAF~THEATERr
BeglHDlne Wodnesiiaj' Evening, Oct. IMb.
FOUR NIGHTS AND SATURDAY MATINEE.
the nmn acto?,
FRAWK mAYO,
Bopportrd '> his o»u rampauy.
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENIN(.>,
Murdoch's CliarniiiiK Backwoods Idyl,
DAVY CROCKETT!
FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 13th,
First time in Baemnantool Mr. Ma\ ,'s greit succet??,
VAN. THE VIRGINIAN!
SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOP.ER Hiit,
The ever popular drama,
THE STREETS OF NEW YORK 1
Pre-ented with all of its yrand scenic effects.
«.rnM<! Mayo Matinee isaiurday *!i.ri'<»-n.
tSS" B»x effice i>pen Tueiduv momin™, where wate
can be fecurcd without extr*c!iar^'c. oT 71
GOLD WEATHER!
BLANKETS!
IN
Whit p, Gray, Scarlet, Broun
IN ALL GRADES AND PRICES.
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN SACRAMENTO
Wholesale and Retail.
Winter
Wraps !
n twkyii Btrswmm imn:
All fizes acd Prlcea-For ladies, Mirses
and Children.
BIRNIAEDT
A\D
MOUSQUETAIRE
KID CLOVES
FOSTER'S
PATENT FASTENING
FOX SALE BY
CORNER FiFTH AND J STREETS.
i" < ounlfj- <>rde, » r.-m-'nl-j- atfrodrd to.
GADWALADER 81 PARSONS,
T> EAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS,
Corner Third and J xtreein.
ap Bin
UKIOM INSUPANOi CO. CF SAN FRANCISCO
Fire and M al me.
EDW CADWALADF.R, Not-.ry PubUc, Co mmli .
aoner ot Deeda and Codvpvui ■■ r. Jl2-i!ptl
SI.OOO^EWARD.
TIHF. BOARD OF FIXE UHUEHWKf HUtt OF
San Francisco horcby off- -r r.winl of 81 000
for the arrfst, within nix mnntl.s fr-m thiadate and
conviction of pom or IMTMH fu nd Rrfttj of
the crime of ar* jn , in wf.ir.-.- B■ on ths 3i»t of
Au^ist. IW2, to the wood belonifin^ to Joha T
Crdwell and h. D. Uhrirty. S,idV™i wm pilii
on the nnrti, t,a,, k of tht A r, „. rW», about oni
".d a h»!f lu ,l lß from Fotoom, SurunntO c..,ii?tr
Cal - QVr. TOUi HARD, 3 *
A. i\ n I ,T,
LOUIS JACOBT,
c t. Coiumituo on Arßon.
San Fnn<;isc-», 3;pt"mlKT 18, IS.S-2. o2 ir-irn
SM ffiiIOISOO iftHOT,
TOE GENF.RAL AOKSOI OF THE
DAILY RECOUIMMOX,
4KB 7DX
SAOmfiENfO WBILI UfilOH
IN SAN KRANCI ,CO
U IT
So. 8 Tir-w HoDtKoranrr tttreet,
mlo-zptf
STEIKWAV & SO-Mi 1 PIANOA.
AHRSAjr, 80LK AGf;>T, I -.»*^__,
• Kreit, Let. Sixth ».-.d 3st< nth,HH^^B
cppoilte Oonrt-honae. PUN 08 Tofl* I ii

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