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SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
DAILY I •:»> AMURA— VOL. I.nn.-Ko. 9kji
DAILY BSOMW MMa»-i!M»Wni)b-4M.3x!
a-HE^jjLY RECORD-tiNION.
1 - i:t!-.ero.tOffic«aiSAcraiicnto a*second da« nutter
PUBLISHED BY THB
Sacramsnto Publishing Company.
WM. H. WILLS, 6enend Manager,
rablitatlon Office, Third st., feet. J and K.
THE BAIXY KM OKD-LNIO*
teimt>li*b»d frerr day at the week, Bondaji taoepM.
tee onejv&x , , *6 00
Fcrtix month*. 3 50
Fcrthret months 8 Ot
itubicrllKna lem-d fey Carrier* at FrrnßK
Ckntm per w-jfck. In all interior cities and toirna the
P^i"-' cat i.- had of the principal rerioiiical Dealers.
■•■KM a lad Agent*.
AdTt-rf-t-li" Kate* In I>all> &eeord-I nlou.
0 - ■.!«. ] time $100
On* Square,! than, 1 T6
One -; pan ; times. JSO
Each Rd*i'L't>c%i time. ••..., SO
lWeek. I Weeks. lMonth
Ha!f Bqtan, l«t page $i 50 S3 50 »5 00
- I :-i»;.- 3 50 6 00 8 00
HaM Sqnan, 3d !«*> S 00 4 SO 6 00
BaUSq .. i paia jOO SOO <00
O»E'iu^, lttiwge. 3 50 i 00 TOO
ilige 6 CO 7 00 10 00
'•'.•-• S|i:f.r,-. Mi w 4 00 8 00 800
o»Bqa*n.itnaaca 3 00 4 00 6 00
Star • - • Ham reading matter, iweutf-Eve
oeutsß Una [« . atj iimertii<n.
Ad».rr- : : ...cr.« i .f situation J Wanted. House* to Let,
Bodctyi • , , , mt Li!.Enoai.=ss, will bo
maana I <v lit- Daily ICxoukd-Uniok as follow*:
Sscent«
- r „ SOr^suU
"°* » ■ Kccoh
wren «om 6c ooi: titntß a lite.
THE WEEk.LV IMM
CP ttthhtd in a.-Tui-woe*ly parts]
Uhm I i Wednesday nud Saturday of each week,
BOBipiisinii Ei Pages in Issue. r»rSlxtt-..n Page*
lacb v. k. a:.d in the cheapest and must ilasiiable
' : : i 1 JiT^riry Jouraal published on th».
P»ciE. -
Terras. On* Yt*r ga 50
Bemi-W. i-kly ( nlon ilvrrii-lna states.
IMf Sq'j&r -. I time «1 OC
Baoha-i.!:' .: v lime 6C
OnsS'i>i»r.-, 1 t!an- ] 00
Kachau '.;.)• caltirap 100
WANTED, LOST AND FOUND,
A<irer-.!~Tnrnt« of fire linos In this department are
n»rrt<:d for 25 c- r.t» /or one time : three tin.:* foe 50
snta or IS nuuts pxr week.
Trmr.v. : ED FCRMIShbd uoovs two bbd
tt rooma and a Sittini; room. Priviitc house
pralerred. llnsi be within nx bloeaa of Postf.ffi.-c-.
No chlldrdn. Addren I>. w. C , this offica. oio tf
WAVTMI-HV A GENTLEMAN ASH WIFE,
two plaaaint fnmtahed moan and board for
the wi'it.r. Location not ov«r Bye to eight mln-
Btaa*«al trumOaatnl i'ac-iU.r l[<«)pital ll^-r-.-. t
prafem ' Bafarenoaa excta ijed. Aildrcw •• X,"
atFK.i .':!•! gnoK o oin.[^«
WAN'Tri) T) RKNV-A RANCH WITH OOM
fortiUe inM'"".. menta for family to live. In
healthy locality. Q«od references riven if ream cd.
A.Wre--' B. V' ISLKeVMOB Third itreot, between
L an.i M, ~ i i, ■ ijt'i. "il-lw*
nTAVTBD M\i.K: THfcfett RAN' il HANDS,
7* 2 Cooing 4 Woodohoppan, 2 Oiiry • en, Man
to Drive s.ud Tc.m noiaie: Two Worn. n fur
I.auii'lry. ! Vo<>k. Women ami Qirii for II mgnanilr
(dty aud i ..lu-ry). MASTERS -v CO., No. USS
.: . -tn-et, tvtween J and K. , 7 !f
W.\\TK!)-FJi:i! nitIGUT AND MTIVE
young r. .!., ■.»!:,, a,v qoicx at Bgnni ; must
be living ai.ii tliLir parent!. Apply '<•>
<■'■ '< WEINBTOCK .v I.I"I!I^.
AGENTS WANTED FOB A NEW FOthD OF
labor. 1.iv.., eiier_-»t:c men ..r Kood .i.ldresa
can m:ik bix money. Al.lrem iiU'lZ & II.'CF.KKR,
911 Ilron i^.ir, Oakland, Cal. »191 m
WANTED.
AIAV AND WIFE FOIL A RANCH, $50;
■ '■ ry Mao, $21 to 83" : S liHiuh Hardl
?:'. . I I! -I vVafeten, f3O ; a Tcamatcrs, 926 ; a
• Helper, (i SOixrday; 3 Cooka (fimaie),
X Womeu for Bonaawork, j-25, in the country, fire
paid ; 8G rls fur Housework in ih; ritv, £15 to 420 ;
a Lair. !: Wo nan, 4 None Uir's, 3 Waiter Oiria.
Apply to HOUSTON & IX».'S Kmpioyoent ('tfiee,
Foi. ..•, v I X streets. aul3lptf
: : ; LET 0B FOB BALE.
Afi "i!>- -^3v.tz of "*.7 c l.'uae In this d'.^artiuuuv are
ier.ts for uik iimo: thr«e tiiuo« tc* S3
Ita psjr *■■>■■..
FIB BILE— «S,SM WILL HUV A NIWAMI
Doom with nine rooms : ell ir.-l ri. im :!!
! n'a. Lot 80x1 f*). Rents f<r S3O per ____
month. Hilf block fr i.i stre-t cars. Inquire ..f
HSNKV rBICBLBB, T^-.-u-i. th and il 0tr...t ..
« . I'li'
V/V". SALE — A ri "if ~ U T il , .aaaway,
r Bbop iti grood run. r..' it tr.
1 . ■ r, -. etc . a: vi lu^i. ij.<7
liar, JiK.r:i^n-iit.) <:;uu'v. Apply tof£flßMHi§9l
VV. A. BROWN, oi : by letter.
ul'.
HOI'S? AND LOT F IS SALE CHEAP— {&Sl
! .1 .' an nortl : • • !!i
eenth fit i ' '-. - -.*w
well BnUI ■ i . id barn, fniit
trees ;in<; ImpiioviMii ! t the
promis - «-.'■< *w'
Q,)- ' I .K,T AND
C7-v»"& itcVi . icraa of wb'ch i^ fine
: -' . ■ from
■'.■'"■ Ecellant
1 living **:■ r, ato. very low.
Apply to T. L. ACOCK, 904 Seventh s-.tlc'. B era
ti:et.' ■ 822-lm*
F<-\ - *I.X Irtt ACBIS (V NO. 1 LAN:, ion
ol which h eixid ort alfalfa or hop lan-i ;
700 beat in:' fruit tree», 12,000 yonnj i,-rn;ve rlaaa,
a splendid oTwellin(r ROOM ai»d laru'e bain; eltven
mihH n v. Hafliailn nto and '-; c nnii? froiu railrjad.
KecT. 1^ aC'II-'K, >l . iQt Seventh at r.-. ;m-
FOR KENT-- A SMALL STORE AVD SEVERAL
unfur— 1.. r| i.tf-.ius to let, ne?r Seventh and J
streets. Inqulra of c. H. KBEBS i CO., 818 J
street. 819-U
Full -- LE STI OK OFGR'X!ERIES, LlyUOtS,
nxturai sod Sale ccmuincd in store formeriv
occupied by E. Bayer, corner O and ScconJ ; also
Hone, Wagon and Himis, For particu'ars apply
t'> HEBII s Jill, or BaWBOURU s LAUKH, As
ajgnan f i endhon. | ti. c. I 011-st
XTORSE FOR SALE— A GOOD HEAVY JV
___ .lark 1...v Hare, with fine colt, ured J^-\»
by thopm^hlirrd Qydeadaie li'vrse. Oan r *-|^\
baaeen :it MRS. J C. CoNnok'S ranok, on t'la
r..id. four miles eiat of i-acramen'.o.
011-lw*
Oattfl HOT-' PISBT- OLA'S Fi.lt
niahed and BOfUmMled n.-oms to let to gentle
men or families by the 'lay, week or mouth. 1018
Becon.l street, between J aad K. MRS. 11. W. O>JQ,
Pro| riatraaßj au2-t.
FOR SALE.
For fair -A Bne Iwortort frame dweffißg "f 7
r«ti>rr^. taand ' ; rooaus^a, botandoold
■ratar. Tfce lot i< MxlOO.W^tt) ct»li!« in rear.
Priie, 13,000. Tarnu ..f payaaent verj aal ..
For Bale Wt acres al beat wbeat or aifil'a l*nd
one mfla from a aMppiny watelwuae. l'r .
per aora.
For Sale— A neit mm alaiy Frame Cattaga, 4
r'tn:);-. »■! hird flni^h»^i ; la*V(\ hijrh basement.
Lot -.:.:•■ f- . t. Priea, (BSO, one half c«h down,
balanoa on time to suit timers.
For lale 8W acres; improve<:, well
Foothi 'i Farm ; plenty «f w*ur and Unbar.
F'iCi-. fi.VM ; ea'y terms of payment.
For S*lr — A hawdaoow u>d wcllhailt one
storv coua.'c, four r.~in:» and halt, all hard
Baiahad. Taalotaia4ojD3aoarDar. Price, *1,.00,
••• i i •'■ dowa, Irilanir ( m aaay tat -
For Sal* 4'» cix miles from Sacramento ;
•s an a hi-anni; viney»rd. Price, 3<,500.
For Bale— Two full h o^ks (adjoinlni;), liilli and
rich iaod. with orchard and vine} trd ami alfalfa.
Boaaa aad barn, foe entire pmuaiij is offered
at a vary low iiric;, tud can bo piid for in instil
BMBta,
For fMUr-: ■ ■ - ' iamovad Fo. -l.ill Land
a roi i I aol dear, free water u> ir
>u'h ; 13 acraa M '•'. ■ firm i:re us rich a:;d
level as any in tbe * aUaj .
For K.ilr One lii.'ck of fine j-.rden land
fr. * . lac i rchml ; liouw and barn. Price,
For s»nl<* --.'••■> aerea, with baorovaaoa ts; fine
Grain Lt.il ; aboOt 100 acres now plowed
agmntpr fallow; oajy 1- nfiaa from hero; woll
f< •-■.•' : arone oak ttmbjr on thia !arm Price

All this ami lota nv.rc OARI, STROBEL
will sell v. i. HkofleeiaSn Jitnat. w " 1-'
-aW Ummrf Loans >rs«xl»l<il and Flrp
ln«iirani <' rlakl •ul-cllrd by i.ti:L >lu<:-
I!i;i. li.ur Urokrr.
•> Tntf
FOB SALET
> -a g\s\ ArRF^OFLAND, LVINO FIVF««
I \" t m;lo» east of Marysville ; 2,000 WV
! .Tiilos d and under cultivation, »
•aindcr R-rowing up in younif timber ; ?^»d
irn», onjhard? ,etc. The well has the finest
water in the valley. If not wanted for
m.nc. i- is one cf the best stock ranches in the
wunty, and will he sold cneap enough to justify its
O£e for stock only. Poescgsicin (riven September 1,
ISS2. Kor furtJier information iiuiuire of the r-aera
mento Bank, Sa!3rament'\ California. Iv:^-lrn
FOR SALE.
riIUE PCTSAM HOTEL AND LOT, IN re%
I the team ot Auburn, Piaw county. The M"jl
bouse U a aUfa ttaau atnn buildinir, new, and SIUL
contains 60 r»om«. It is in first -class condition,
with all modern improvements, and is doing a fine
business. It is furnished throughout with the beat
furniture. Pers m» who contemplate enjagin? ta
the hotel business will find this a rare op|x>rtunity,
as tbe proiierty is go.-"** and in a thrivinif town.
Bids for the property will he received in writing by !
the Executor of the Estate. ADDISON TI'TNAM,
or by J. T. KINKADE, his attorney, at \u000b
Cai. slSlpiro*
MON E Y TO LOAN
ON REAL ESTATE, AT A LOW BATE OF IS ■
terert, by PETKB BOHL in J atnet.aulT-U
fIALE BBOS. & 00.
WE ARE NOT A LITTLE SURPRISED
—TO LEA*> THAT—
BUOH A. :R,SaJ¥S-A.lEfcß*:

As the following should emanate from one of the largest Housea
" If it were not for the firm of HALE BROS. &
CO., what a handsome profit we could
win Vp j"
WB H!'-«|i)iK Til iT
THEY GOULD NOT HAVE PAID US
Better Compliment!
Yet, in the course of a conversation, this was said. It comes
from no other than the one who once remarked, when we first
started our little store on the opposite side of the street :
" Our House is only fit for the Poorest of the
Poor I"
At the time, no doubt, they intended this for a slur upon our
assortment, and the VERY CHEAP PRICES at which we were
selling goods, and we think they had no idea of the grand and
sublime compliment they paid us. At the time, we made our com
ments on this through these columns ; and
NOW COMES THE ACKNOWLEDGMENT THAT OUR HOUSE
IS THE CAUSE OF THE REMARKABLY LOW PRICES
FOR GOOD GOODS TODAY. IF WE HAVE CAUSED
CONSTERNATION AMONG OUR COMPETITORS, WE
ARE GLAD OF IT !
Booause before we started in Sacramento they wore getting hand
some profits, and the psogfa could not help themselves; but so soon
as they are relieved from the iron claws of MONOPOLY, jast so
soon will they give tha preference to ANTI-MONOPOLT.
OUR COMPETIT© 18 CAIfMNLY ADMIT. IF TiEI
COULD 51. 2> THEMSELVES OF HALti BROS, tfc
€0., TiifcY COOLD AGAIN RECEIVE THEIR
HANDSOME PROFITS THAT THEY HAVE BEEN
FOECED TO ABANDON.
ix om: mnacß. wr. will oisim-.l all -km t.tix ; •. n i:r
i:\rirrvTioNsi fur
WE ARE HERE TO STAY !
And are doing business upon our own Real Estate, which ia un
incumbered, and so long as we have health, just so long will we con
tinue to improve our business, and sell
Dry (roods,
Furnishing Goods,
Clothing,
Boots and Shoes, Etc.,
AT THE RIGHT PRICES. Just so long will we continue to make
our superior advantages more forcibly felt every day. It is almost
useless to dwell upon the fact that we receive the bulk of our goods
direct from the Manufacturers and Importers, as our prices and assort
ment we carry too plainly tell. We are glad to note that our firm is
j becoming more widely known, as our unparalleled increase of trade
fully demonstrates.
All Country Orders receive special attention and carefully
filled.
More Time and Money is sivei than some suppose by visiting
XIaJLbJ!! JjJRjUO. ® UU.,
; 829, 831, 833, 835 1 street,
1026 NINTH STREET, SACRAMENTO.
SACRAMENTO, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER^^IBB<>7
MISOELLAUEOgS.
Palmer & Sepulveda,
DRUGGISTS,
Northeast Corner Second and X streets, Sacramento.
Special attention given to Compounding Prescriptions— ac--^
curacy and absolute purity guaranteed. Tg
SOID AT LOWEST PKIfES BY
■ *■* ( I h.s ffzzi: '. a 3c cj. 1 'v O
ENVELOPES (all sizes), a very large supply ;
WRITING- PAPSRS-the bsst in tha market;
BALL PROGRAMMES and MENU OARDS;
PRINTERS' SUPPLIES, of all kinds ;
Choice line of VISITING OARDS.
Printing in All its Branches !
NO3. 208-210 J street, : : : : : Sacramento.
imim „,,—m^ mM-lpU
W. P. GOLEMAN,
Heal Estate Salesrooixi,
No. 325 J street, Sacramento, Cal.
ALL KINDS OF CH7 A?»D COl \TRY PROFEaTI
KF.iL EST4TL ftOJ.O M IXSTALLMKST PLAN. | MO%ET TO lOIX IV SIMS TO SI'IT
n-17-li.lv ' '
FP.E D. M ASON, O O f !; " M 8 J ' TREET '
»AN,TACTfR*k 0? BWBiaJLll^lllß I" I Til ■ BACRAMIWTO.
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE OF CARPETS !
Making Room, for the Fall Season.
— — — — —
Bru«*els I'arptl, from Cti crrfs upwards, 1 Is^mtn C»>rj»flH, from 23 ccuts npv>nrd>.
t£T OTHER LOU IN PKOPOKTIOX. -fcl
BEtt C:OBE\ T , Xos. 419 and 131 J street, Sacramento.
NWtMlUnni.in\| g»»> „»»» mni £*•* i L4TE<T ixi*bo<i:u
gK^sssriTiSa Hi lX " S MA c -- N ER V
and Hade to «>ril<T. -jtmm9 -«v- M 1» »«*-. '^n»f «OX PUSVriXC.
CAPITAL BOX FAOTOKY COCKER SECOND AND y stiikkts
U«M><>« : J hj.. l»f». Fn.nl <-ml s«t«h«I (next door t-i \V. R. Strong & &:.) HIfi«CLS & CO. a17.1p6m
Bacbjjkkto, July 11, 188?.
I take pleasure in rtCttuaesdißg to ray
frieiuls am! !i«e public iftnerally, t( HAMMER'S
CASCARA SAC&ADA HITTERS." They have
beeu of Ettai beneiit to me.
J. R. DEATH, Jeweler, K>o J st., Sacramento.
SAN FBAJfOISCb" CABDS.
SAN FRANGSSCO
Business Directory
AGRICULTURAL nViFLEACBUTS.
Cirortce A. I>a vl« A Co —Manufacturers' Azent?,
3^7 unJ 329 Market stro.'i,.
■taker A Hamilton— Tiiivrfors of J'xncultural
Implementp and Hardware ; A^cr.ts of the Boni'ia
Axr'l Works. Juncti.m Market, Fine aud Da.issta.
ARTISTS.
HomoworJh-Cii'.ician&uil Photognjuher, No. 12
Montgomery street. Estabiia'ie jin ISSI.
BELTING, HOSE, ETC.
U. S. Conk — Manufacturer of Leather Belting,
Hose, Lacing, Bullion Bac?, eto., * utliweet corner
Id&rket snJ Fremont Btreets.
BUSINESS COLLEGES.
Ptr'fir BnHlnma College ana] Tr.le<crmpble
ludtitato — (Life Kchoinrtltip, lor fu ! i CufclDen
Course, #70). W. E. Cban:tie:.-!.^:u ; Jr , and T. A.
Kobmeon, Piopiietors, No. tX "ost street, oppo
site '.."oioa Square, S. r\. CaL Send (or Clrouian).
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
-iiitli-'.i-iL: i Broil. iiAini'.H. i.i.-inn i •... .:.-.
posit"rv,3l Marku: nr^i A. H. i -:.:■ n, T !L !K( -r.
CARPETS, OILCLOTHS, ETC.
frank «;. F.«lwnr«l»— ltnroiUr »nd IValer, No.
t.20 Markel street (I'bulan'a Bitjck), tim Francisco.
DRUGS, CH£3«^ICAL3.
J--(ln Kaieit.— Pioneer Prureibi, reaioved to 722
U'.ukocnerf it., S. F. Country Mdm solicited.
EBUCATICX-lAL.
5«b»«l of <lvl! F.nuiiK-frlns. tarvajtag
Dra^lnsaud Aiiayin?. 24 Pcvts-.. A. Van der Naiileu
hats]
C. ll*rmiann A O.— -Manntactur rs »n.i Im
p.)rtf-ra. No. 3M K^arnj- st ,wr l-'iii*. 11,* fir != -t
hal 3 at tbe lowest prices. Factory : 17 Eeldcn st.
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, ETC.
Ilawley Br<!«* Hardware Co.-Importtrß ol
HfJd»are in.) Airriciilturel Implements, No« sol
303, 806, 207 aud 309 Mjirkct street, San FraDdecj.
Ctrnlan, Cory Jt To.— imr«rter» r.f Hardware,
Iron a;i.l SWei. Agents for the Pitulmnr St^*i
Wciks, Ntrthr.cstern Ilcrse Nail Company, and
Southmgton Cutlery Co. Nos. IX) and ltl Fraot
gtreet. aud Nos. 117 and 119 California street
REST AURAN'i S.
Swaln'% Family Baker? aad ntaisj
Salooa— No. 636 Market streot. WtKiJ!nj< catee,
ice cream, oyaten. Jellies, etc, cocglaii'.ir oa lum ■
Faailiei cipplied. _
RUBBER AND OIL GOODS.
The Gatta Perrha anil icubber Manufact
uring Conjpany— Ma:.ufa«;turcr3 o? C.ubher Goods
of every de«cript:on. Patentees of the cclcbrai^d
"Ma!tese < Toes Brand" Cirbolizs'i Hone. Corner
Flntt and Market strata. J. W. Tiylor, Mauser.
STATIONERS, PRINTERS, ETC.
a. 8. Crorker Jk Co.— lmportiu? and Manufact
uring Sutioacrs, Printers and Lithosraph^m, ,v«
115. 217 and 219 Bosh strsc*., abuve Sanaome.
SACRAMENTO RECORD-UNION.
San f raar'-.-p OfD<^, No. 8 >>» KootcoDi
ery strcPl ( i'aiace U(.tel). — J. H. P' arpe, \_ ■■'..
STAR MILLS AND MALT HOUSE,
Mlii.nc:; Jt LACKS,
T^OS. 50, 52 AND 54 FIFTH ST., SACRAVENTO,
X^ dealers in Produce and Brewers' Supplies, Mm
u'actu'ert of Malt and all kinds of Meals ; Oatmeal,
Cornnieal, Cracked Wheat, Graham Floor, Buck
wheat Floar, etc New Grain Bags for tale. Ajrenta
or Buckeye Milli Flour, HvyiriUe. aol7-lp
FSUITB, BESDB AKS EBODsJC! S.
D. DEBERNARDI & CO.
General Ccmmlsslon Merchants,
ASD
« M:'s.r« nr Aus utrviz, dkai.ecs
— ix
Tropical, Calif ornian ai^ Oregon
FRUIT AfcD NUTS;
::..!:< r. Ekkx. I'oiiUi > . Uiaac. Hoary, j
VEGETABLES, FISH, OYSTKRS, ETC.
£5T Country orders promptly attcn.JcJ to. *u3i
Son. SM and .tin X -ire. ■<.
»281ptf
(E»l«blUlied 185».)
suaui j. obkookt. m iXK okiisort
GREGORY & CO.
(Successors to J. Gregory),
COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND WHOLESALE
Dealers in FKIH>U<JE AND FRUIT.
>.i«. l-t<i and Vl* J Mrrrt.
s2l-lptf Sacramento, Cal.
*. moo3»r. 3. auaoa. ,
S. GERSON & CO.,
f~i KNEBAL COifMISSION MERCHANTS, AND I
VT UeUcra in I
Imporied and Bomcutlc Frnlte, Teceta
blr<), Nstn, !><■..
No. S2O J rtre»t : betwe«n Soconci nd Third, Sacn 1
LYCN &. BARNES,
|*^OMMISSION ifKRCHAKTS AKD DEAI.F.RS IB
Prodsrr, rcgeianles, 3nttcr,F.sz*> Cheese, |
Pcuij/, Orc«n and Dry Fmlta, Honey, £a;m.s, etc
ALFALFA SEED'
I*F Po!<to*B in cur-load lets or \em.
sr.!;?.lrtt Hob. SI and 23 J rtraot.
FRUIT DEALERS,!
uEfc.Tsr373azsr!ira:o:K' x
HAVING BF^OVED TO MORE COMMODIOrs |
promidefl, w^ bave cr.iar^efi our slock. We I
oSer you cho c Apples, free (mm worms. Lemons, j
Lames, Orarircu, Dried Fruits, Nui«, ih.tj-8, Cscccd j
Uoods, etc, at very low prices.
M. T. CKEWER & TO.,
1003 to 1010 Stcond street, between J and X, Sfrrm
mento. au2* -tl
~W7fL^fRiJNQ & CO,
Wholesale Commission 2erchanta|
A5O DBALIK U IU fTTTDS OF
CAXirOKXIA CRESS ASH DELISU FSCITI !
KDTS, HOXEY, SEED
Aa4 General Merchandise.
4W All ■ ri'-. rs promptly attended to. A ''drew :
W. R. ETKOKO it no.,
auS-1 plm Nci. d, Bmdlo J street, Sacramesto.
tG. GRIFFITHS,
PENRYN
GFIHTEWOEES
I-HKIV I H.
rr\nr. best variety ani
_ X Lxjge^t (ju- rriea on th» I
—^-Pacific Cn»st. Po'b"hed Granite j
Ifonuments, Tombstonrs and Tableta ru&de to order.
0-Craalte K.ilrtlnK Stone Cat, LVrriued ,
ud FolUhtd to ardcr. 011-lpdea I
MISOELLAgEOUS.
kllSOJlm'.gi IMfli
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lunbago,
Backache, Soreness of i.'w Chest,
Goui, Quinsy, Sore Threat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Bl.'.is and
Scalds, Genera/ Bodily
Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosfet
Fee* end Ears, and all othes
Pains and Hones.
No Preparation on rarth equals St. Ja.-om Ot.
as a nftj'r, siirr, simple and cheap Eiterna:
Bamedy. A triHl entuild but tn« cnmparatiye!^
tr ; fiii!K tutlay ..f 50 Cents, and every on« stitlerirj
*ilh pain can bavo cbi-ap acj jKjeitivo proof of iv
claims.
iiirtfctions in T3ev«D Lacjuag»s.
toh2 SI ALL DEUGOIST3 AST; DEALER?
IN MEBTCINE.
A. VOaiXER & CO.,
Jiafthnore. 3frf.. U, S, *_
EOTELS AND RESTAUBANTB.
HOTEL LANQHAM.
j |^IORNER FOURTH AND L STREETd,! ACRA
mento — Strictly Qrat-olasH, on the Europeanplan.
T. D. Scriver's Carrie's will lake all pasdiii^ers lri-e
of charge from Depot to HoU-1.
81-4pl;n ! TERRY * CO., Minwfc
UNION HOTEL.
SKCOS'D AND X SrUEETS, SACRAMENTO,
C»L Itoona, 50 cents and $1 per day. special
ra*L'2 s;y tbo month. BiiHards, cboico "qaora and
cl«ira. Dot lunch daily from 11 a. m. till Sr. «.
W.O. ("JCK") UOWSRS,
81-lplro Proprietor.
CCLOEW EAGLE HOTEL,
SKVEVTH Al<O X STREETS SAC
\j mirrmtrt °**Bt rl»w In every respect. The
Lf\ne-t, Fin^ai and Best- Ventilated Hotel iuthe city
RATES- ?S, »-2 50 an.i ?2 per day, &ccoiJin;j tt
room. Btcc El 3 to and from the Hutel.
J. KcNASSEK (iats ot Dc;;-<r),
au4-4Dlm Proprietor.
RfSTAURANT DE FRANCE,
AOT X STREET, ADJOINING /-;•
-f-il the Mctrowlitan Tli.Mter. srrMtLwkm
tjaildaomc I ri.iU; U. 011:^ f..r partiiM •— •
LOUI3 PAYEN, I»roprietor, 5 ""
»ii2o.4plm Formerly of tbe Hotel do Fmnce.
MISSISSIPPI KITCHEN.
• IBIEK AKD CUOP 11017813,
Tiitrd Htr«el, Between J and E.
T^TEXT BOOR TO RECORD-UNION x»gk
■*- ' uflice. o|>en day and ni^'ut. A^^l\^^.
A. J. SENATZ, Proprietor. \Zj %&
aliMplai
JOHS^T.STOLL^
No. 610 X street, Sacramanto, Cil ,
__ .* i Miiwifiutuiw of
™- v y/j *!1 kinds of SAD
-1 ■■;■' ' r>s ~ TJ i : ~* — \ ' ' : - l v u '- s - 1
?^h-^ _ \ In.|>-.:ti'r ai-,.l
■ ■ -' -«SSi Jobber of theb.-st
. •' ■— ■«. ml t\- of J.VO
r .-,- >■---: ,' 8 DLKKY HARD
WAHE, WHIPS,
(i : EtOBKS, BLANK
ITS, BRUSHES,
etc. Hrgmdaan
jf^^i^' Z"'\W I t>> i»e
~v >, '~ \* a^ as represented.
* llj . EIRr.CTiLRTTKRS :
\: / BOX DJ,
\ / Sarrsmrnlo.
V_ Hi li.lm
; WTXCOX& WHITE ORGANS
-^AT WARBROOMS OF
Ti, 33C. "gy jk TvnvyieiTp'j^
5«. BiO J «ti«et,_ teerament«
tW Sod on the iiiMA.Jmcni plan. Orders for
TUN'IN'O pnmiptlr attendi") t/> au'Xi lnim
TO BARLEY-GROWERS.
Afi-ll errrLY of the celebrated
and pr.,Uk
WOODS' SIX-SOWED BARLEY,
Can now be proni'c 1 for fed. A v enure yield, 125
busbeld per acre, and wdch* ten poundB more per
bushel th«n anj- other hirlcy ; very Btl|>etior for
brewing ; docs not fall down or lodire, and stotilß
more than any other kuov.n. Call npnn <*r a.i.lu"*
Bi;OTH & CO.,
e27-lptf Front street, Sacramento.
A larcre assirtmei.t ol
■"tWIII iIIKMiI.KS,
FINK *M» COARSE lIHURI,
unnn, f«:lt-. ru»m,
nrufUH, UMV4,
And Olher Ma!orlalH Tor Faury Worfc.
All „ a hogi !.,t „f
1 NEV/ DESIGNS FOR STAVPifG
MANt KAiri KF.K OP
PHIFa^ATED PATTERNS FJR ?TA*SP:NC.
AND MATXEIAI&
.'ames c. OLivr.ii,
05-4plin l r '-22 Eighth Btr^et, S»cramtn'.i. Cil.
I STREET RAILWAY COIPT,
Till: Fol/ OWING HAS BECN SKRVKD ON
the Strett Railway Company, mtlw m p>t-
I ron:z:i c the cms mutt be guided accordit^lj :
"All street cars and horees thr-r. to attached,
when stepped on any I'miil railroad h<tvree!i Front
aud Tenth, »nd I an.l X rtrttts, inclusive, in the
! city cf S* ranicnto, Bhall h» stopped cle«r of the
j iiter-ec!i.>ns ul t'.e «trr ers and of the «re«t cro«
incs, ir.d shall not}* allowed to stp cr stand in
I ar y i.( the i;iursecti-ns of nij streets. Any |«r»on
I hnvinir the ioiitr.il i>r in»nu..tut:.it of the running
j of a; y strttt cir, or atn »!,.ill lio'af the prc.vra
I iorißif thu section, tinll ]••• i.'iiii-h&l by a t!ne if
nut lesii than tea n.-r mo c tiun one hun r
I lar», orhy im[.n'orm.i t f.iriiot, lts< than file nor
more thai iwo h'nilred isyj, or l.y both auch fine
I and in. ]■.--.<■ :T "
You wi'l therefore see that tbe above ordinance is
strictly complied with.
MATT. K ARCHER,
010-St CMet of Police.
fb* iob^riber dctirc* to cail to. Ali*n:U.n of lawt^ti, authon,
led («»icni n«i s*cersji, Uiromth.i.tl!.. Wan, loth« E3S
of th« VALLEI ri'.t-^a for a.inj ticroojiii; ffoud r r,..:i,,...
I He will maintkhi Uir «rotDcfit r*{nauiion to lcn^ ftUaehad ia th«
boon. Tl>« "^» or «i^»^t .nd w-f«.-t rrinUnr v ix « iMa
liui iLat whici '« dhKrw.hl. v- .». v.d k»od. A.i !r-.,
H. A. WEAVER, in 1 St.. Suiauw, Cal.
I oWpLm
PACIFIC SLOPE.
«irar.d Loi! C r. F. nnd A. M.-The JMillrnl
tampnlgn funTrreare or the airfhodltit
4'liun-b Sduih — D«ath front Whlfky
Drinking Mapa County Trachfrs' IdMl
liiK' >«ii,rrt i>..,irii)f<! byFlre-Womaa
Una Ovfr and Klllrd by a FrcljLbt
Train— Etc
ISrKCIAL DISPATCIIRS TO TH« UCOU-OSHM.)
CALIFOBNIA.
«.rai :i! LodaP oT M;i«.m«.
Sam Fbascisco, October 11th.— The fes
s;cn i.f the Graud Lodge of Masons today
wa- mai'ily duvoledto routine w<rk. Rew>
lutiona were adopied approving tbe action of
the tlrand Lod^e d Utah in refusing to ad
mit Mi rmjns into the O.der.
[SECOND DISPATCH.I
_ San Francisco, October ll'.h.— An ac"
t'.Tefs w»a delivered thia afternoon by the
Grand Orator, ILev. Thoe. H. B. Andersor,
rf Sacramento, on the sui ject of " Culture
tad M&fopry, and the irfluacca of Greek md
Hebrew civiliziiion en humanity." It was in
»n eminent degree tcholarly, preeenting in a
coniprehensivo m»r.cer au epitome of events
which marked (iiliereat periods in the history
< f the Gretk and Hebrew nations. Tue
Comniittces on Grievance, Jurisprudence
ar.d Finatc? repcrlcd on a numt er of ijifs
ti ns and e,-.»ss which had been referred to
them re3pective*y.
TVoiuan Mil, ,! i,y a Frttght Train.
San PbAKBBOO, October ll;b.— An un
known woman was run ovsr and killed by
freight train No. 1 cf tha Southern Pacific
Kailroad, on Tuwnseud (.'reet, bttweeu
Fourth and Fifth, shortly after 12 uV.ock
this morcitif;. Nothing wag found on the
body which Rives any clue to her identifica
tion. The deceased was about 50 years of
cge, of slight built), four feet eleven icches in
hit;ht, dark complexion, hfz?l fyts, six teeth
in the lower pw and none iv the upper j »w.
She wore a black ttraw hat eevtred with a
black veil, black diagonal sack, and leather
slippers. In ona of the pockets of tta tack
was a bottle about a third fu:l of whisky.
The remains were taken to the Morgue. It
appears that the woman was lyiDg between
the rai'a with her head re*tinz on one of
them, and the engine wheels litcraUy cut the
fead in two, one-half lying en each sid9 of
the rail.
Sulridc cT a Vunnj Englishman-Mya
l.ri-.u . Dl-ni>:>?aranre of a Wunian.
San Francisco, Oetobw 11th.— Late this
afternoon the body of a rsan who had com
mitted buicide by catting his throat with a
razor was found on a pi!» of lomber at the
corner of MJatiaa and East streets. The
b..ly '.vr.s t.'itf.i to tbe Morsjr.o, and it was
tfcarwuda BRoertßiued tiiat d.C!a^-d ma*
nar.:ed A. 3. Wilty.iTEs anattreol ErgliLd,
r.ed 'J.j years of age. He arrived he r e recent
ly from I^ailvilli», Col , srd in the 10 h iunt.
\v«s :-■ ii.;..t. .1 ir.tn tlie County Hi ital,
where he remained until Ib'u mcrDi^j.-, when
he wa* larchar^'ci.
Mrs J. F. Bcooh, o( OaVUnd. wao haa
been ill f.-r nearly a mcDth, has disappeared,
and all t [forts to find f,er hhve been ucavail
iti'. Li«t Tuesday the lady was left alone
by her at'ca.lant for a ehr-rfc timo. pnd wl tri
she returned vms atnaz:d to find her poae.
Mrs. Bunch'a (lieadl are in a dreadful state
of uiixUt)-, and fear that she made way with
herseif.
ChIMM Uoins— Brs<>-traUon— The Dead
Millionaire.
San Francisco, October 11th.— It is stated
that i.b»ut 1.00-J Chill BW will leave en the
steamship City of Piking, the mtj >rity heitig
**ick and worn-out laborers from Texas and
Aiiz iLa, where they hava been employed
bnildirg railroads.
The total r«gisfr»tion up to date 13 22 107,
as against 28 7-54 for the sarr.e period in ISfeO.
The rrtnaina of i)-. i. 1 Ccok, the deceased
millionaire, will be conveyed to Rochester.
N. V., acd will l»ave here on to-niorrjw'd
train, accompanied by Mrß. Cook.
1:ilii::1 C'oMf. ronoe of the Mclbodlst
4 luirrh South.
Sax Francisco, October 11th. — The Mc
thediat Church South annual Conference met
to d»y. A new feature wasajded to the ronti' c
m-oik l>y ihe appoiotrueot tr a iiiiiinili vi
orjanizj Confrnnea B.i3rdß of church ex
tension, Education and Sunday-schoolp,
The « ampatsn.
Saj» Fbakcisco, October llih. — The
Bloffera' UoCTentioa met to-night ar.d to.ik
the -anie action as the "Daffer Convintirn in
regard to the plan of compronT'se, r.s tub
mittcd by the St^te Central Commiitee.
Trie fifty lobe appointed by the co^.n itice
must meet with the approval of t'ue Convec
tion.
Bab Fbaxobco. October 11th.— The li.m
-ocratic Crumty C >Lveution nominated to
r.ijht J. 8 G. .ToiriFS for Supervis.ir of the
Eleventh Wanl. aud Thi'inas Asbwcrth for
the Twelfth Ward. The name of J. J.
Scriver o-as proposed for Mayor, but he ile
elii.e.l. The Conventioa adjourned until to
morrow evening.
Thn colored citizenV S!»ta Union hold a
very lively ir.eetirg to-nißht. After a l.ing
an.J animated tliscu?si'»n, the Convention in
doree.l Stcnsmananl DdKgttt. TLe Convec
tion will ae;t again to-morrow evening.
Willows, October 11th. — By far the largest
an'l most enthusiastic political meeting ever
heid in Willows was a<]c?resßed to-night by
Hon. A. 11. Ciicklir., K'publiean nomiree
f.>r IjientPnant-Gavernor, snd Hor. J. J. De-
Hiven, lt?publio»n niicinee for Cocgressman
from the Third District.
Hixo.n, Oc^obar 11th.— Hoc. Barclay Heo
ley, G. J. Carpenter, ex Govern, r Irnin and
a portfaa of the county ticket Bddres j e(l the
people here to-night.
Petaluma, October 11th. — A meeticir ia
being liel'i at the thef.ter, addressed by lion.
D^uiiis Spencer, D;mocr.it:c canrKdata for
j'int Senator of the counties of Naj^, Lake
and Sonomo, and Il.<n. J. K. Luttreil.
.luiiilanl Ilrnmrrats.
KAPA, Octt.brr 11th.— The e!ecti-.n news
from Ohio has made the Democrats h^retv
i ice. They are to v firing c»nnoa in hon> r
of the victory.
Petallua, ():tober 11th.— The Democrats
are demonfl'ratinir their gratiti^etien tt-ni^ht
over tl c victory in Oaio by tiriDg cancer,
benfirea, etc.
Vusiiisia (N"fev.). October 11th.— There :a
firing of cannon this evening and great re
joicinsr amuni; th 9 Democrats over the cc-v c
from Ohio.
Hrl«l to Answrr— l'a<c DlsmUsri],
Sasta Ana, (X-tohcr 11th.— The txamica
tion ot E. M. U »vid-«on on a charge of as
sault to commit murder in ehootiiii; ioto n
Chinese wash-honae at Orarge i;n tho mVht
of September 2!) h, woa concluded here to
day, he being held to appear, with bonds
I'ixeJ at $500. The ex&miuatiou cf Uavilton
and cthfrs oa a c^iar s 'e of ki'lin? a Chinamin
at Br.lwell lV.int tlie same ni«;lit will be com
menced to- morrow nnrnintc, and will prr.b
ably occupy several day*. It will he impos
sible to jadce of the probable result ualil a'l
theevideLce in in.
Jn tho exauiinati.n cf the Spw.UrJ at San
Jusn Caj.iaLran", charge.l with Icil in? a boy,
the i:ase was dismhte i, it being shown that
the boy died from diseas?.
Tin- Ins^nr A will ill.
Stockton, October 11 h— Tha Dirtc'ors ol
the JStnte InsHt'e &cylara inct jsrterda; in
regular sesrii.n. There wtre pvrMßt IKfmm
W«U, CuMin/, MsLaoaao, H.it-.cy and
Do»k. I>'. G. A. Strartieff, Bapertntaadsat
of the institu'.i'u, repattad the number of pa
tiea^s in the asylum Autust 30;h t> have been
1.109 ; admitted ia S'ptember, l"i mal^a and
3 femile* : di-cliarae 1, -1 rubles and 3 femsles ;
died, ;! mails and 1 f;iLa!e ; cumber of in
nates at the proserit time, 7'.'o males and 328
females ; total, 1 11G. Tie amount received
»nd p&irl out for pay p-.tients was 9250. Tbe
Treasurer rtp rted a lalance cf 541,
--4H3 01 in the trensury. Tne Anditing Coai
mitt«e audiftd bills a^airst the (Jon^rsl Fund
asfoll-ws: I'ontrfpb hi\l«, fi;>:;{; :,o ; m is
i-ellareoua. SI 842 89 ; pay-roli, .s"i 993 32 •
Buildirg Fund. $581 41 ; total, fI&.SSM -Jl7 '
An «--. n:iii> Komlner < hnngrd.
Ykeka, October 11th.— The Drmocra'ic
Aegimbly Convention for Siekiyi.n snJ
Mortnc counting hwi rescinded the non inaiion
of ifOfl of Mod c, ard Dominated P. Peter
«on, cf the same eaavtf, f « tba Atfeu<!/:y.
A Fair I'n^lponrd.
Ybrka, October 11th.— Tae Northern ]>:a
Ma* Fair, mkUk wm to hava beeu op Bed
to-clay, ban ai;»io bsen po-'poned until Moa
cay, October 16 ,h, an<l from present ■npear
ances it h dnubifnl if any races can ba rou
killed t.y WliL%Uy.
Hio V.STA, October lUh.-I'»trick Flyrn
Gie-t»;8ocloclt 1»,.t night from tne ttf.ctg
of whmky. He had been drlbki.-R very hsri
for a long time, but w»i g r»r whtn he died.
X«p« < .... tn> TfarkcrV Imlliatr.
Napa. C)ctob-r 11 h -The Nap» Coanty
Teacberk Instunte nut here to-day in the
Ogtrm House. Profeuor Lyser, of the Pacific
• vi«.tiK 111 -Miittii tr>.
and F. M. Campbell will lecture to-morruw.
Wlaery Destroyed by n Tr .
WiNDSOR(S>noma count}), October 11th —
JB. Hoeu a wir.ery was burced tn the Riound
here this evening. Los*, §40,000 ; insurinca
unknown.
ARIZONA.
<.<ncr«l Crook Moving.
Willcox, Octoler llth.-Geceral Crook
and staff left here tuis morning, en route to
San Clarlog. His purpose ia evidently to
bring the hostiifs under Ju »od Geronemn to
terms at any c^st, and prevent future raidirg.
SAN FRANCISCO NEWS.
Patrick Welsh, eleven years old, em
ployed in King's pickle factory, had two
fingers of hia left hand badly crushed Tues
day, by being caught in the elevator.
The Superior Court, Departn ent 11, is
pn^sged in securing a jury to try Giobatta
Galiano, charged with the murder of l'ietro
Kattista. in the Visitacion valley, on the
13th of last December.
Tuesday morning at 2 o'clock officer Lie.
ville found on Pino street, near Kearny, a
man who was stupidly drunk and bleeding
from a wound on the head, received in fall
ing agaiust the curbstone. When searched
at the station he was found to have on his
perron §90 in coin and a bank check for
$1,000, payable to bearer.
The old bark Dublin, loaded with lum
ber, which went ashore com« weeks ago
about two miles south of the Ciiff House,
haa gone to pieces, aud the lumber, such aa
was not saved, and ship-timber?, are float
ing about in the surf. The struggle for
the iklnis caused a ii;;ht on the beach on
Tuesday and eeveral arrests.
It is said that all of the sailors of the
British ship Prince Ojcar have deserted
from that vessel. On her recent voyage to
this port six sailors bioaehed a half dozen
cases of wice in her car^o. The Harbor
Polics investigated the matti r, but as thfi
men were not amtriYole to the laws of t. c
United States, uo arrests were made.
Julius Kenn, of 2.jS Third street, a Ger
man, 45 years of age, has been reported
missing from his home since last Friday.
Kenn had been out of employment for
some time, and smco hia disappearance hia
wife has received a note written by him, ia
which ha announced that he intended to
drown himself, aad that; when his body is
recovered it will be attired in a sui: of
gray.
Consul lite has written a letter to Mayor
Blake in reference to the new l^uniry or
dinance, in which he calls the attention of
the Mayor to the result of his investigation
of the subject. The Consul says there are
•200 laundries that will he affected by the
ordinance, which pay a monthly ronttl of
$0,210, or ••?74,r>20 a j<ar, and adds to this
licenses :.n<l water, making a total paid o
.* 102, ,120 pet annum.
Prai k Coons, a young hootilum who has
been in the House of Correction once and
in the County Jail at least four times for
petty crimes, Tuesday evening entered his
father's house and demanded money.
The remand was promptly refused. Coons
then begau to abuse his mother and sister
and struck his father over the head. A
struggle evened, in which the old man was
worsted at first, but he afterwards floored
his son and held him until officers came
and carried him off to the southern station,
where his name adorns the register on four
different lines, each line representing a
charge of misdemeanor.
Sergeant McDermott brought to the
Central Police Station Rebecca and Lucin
da Galpin, aged respectively 1G and 17,
to be detained there until a relative of
thur3 could be hunted up and brought to
them. The girls were found at th'j ferry
landing in the company of a couple of sus
picious characters, and the Sergeant asked
them where they catne from and where
they were going. They stated that their
. ■' -r.tu lived in M&ry'viile. that tlitrli
father was a carpenter, and that thf.y had
been workicg in Sacramento and Folsom,
but bad come here to tied a friend, a Mr.
Summer, who would assist them in getting
work. Thej* also stated that they give a
man $3, all the money they had, on his
promise to secure them a room at a cheap
hotel, and that when the train reached
Oakland he disappeared. The Sergeant,
fearing that the men who were talking to
the girls intended to lead them to aa im
proper place, took charge of them.
At the Colored Citizen*' Union < 'onven
tiun committees on organisation, credentials
aud platform were appointed. The fol
lowing i rlicers were choeeu : President, I.
N. Tnplett ; Vice Presidents, G. \V. \V.
Dani?, Jr.. Andrew William*, Walter
Edmonds. E. M. Qiriven; Recording Sec
retary, J. 15 WiUon ; Corresponding
Secretary, K. \V. Gordon : Assistant .Secre
taries, Charles Jamison, W. N. Sxndcrson ;
I 'ages, I. N. Triplttt, jr., L Deris : Ser
jeants at-Armi», A Lont-y, Jlillary Burns.
The Chair said the culoied people had
cause of complaint thit the two don.inant
pirtie3 had not pven colored voters due
representation in tbfir conventions. The
object of the Uaion was to secure
such representation hereafter, as
the colored vo'era a:e entitled to.
The Committee on Platform reported a
division in that body of three to three on
this resolution : " Resolved, That wo, as a
Committee on l^aiform and Declaration of
Sentiment, recommend the adoption, aa a
declaration of sentiment, the platform of
the Republican party oi the State of Cal
ifornia, with the understanding that said
party will grant us ol!icial recognition in
the distribution of municipal, State and
I'eileral patronage throughout the State,
and we propose to maintain cur right to
said recognition by the adoption of every
lawful, just and expedient measure to at
tain that end." Thi* resolution caused con
fution and a lively debate, and beforo final
action the Convention adjourned.
CARD FROM ROBERT THOMPSON.
Eos. Record- Uniok: Some friend sent
me a slip from your paper signed " 1". V ," in
which I a-n refeirjd to aa coding bc-fara the
Convr it'ea on l'latfornn ru>l ReaolatioMsf
the H-publicin State Convention on behalf
of t'.e Urocd Templars. The writer say?, re
ferring to me : " ile declared himself satis
tied wilh the platform." The facts were
thrre : The Prohibition party me', in Con
vention in Sin Wrmaelaooon the 11 h d.y of
July, ar.d aft«r delibpr.itinn pasHcd a seriis of
10 "I'itinna. The third read* an foQowa :
,'. • '-.■,;, That we will rigfimtlv await th« ptat
[.-run run! nnmlnrthwn of existi' -jr parties, In the
n.'iw tliat we m^i li il iiir- I\iß a!.le to VOtC ike
i.oncst ard loyal ni-n, witboot the 111 l«— llj of st . p .
»ratin'.' onrecives from the parii 9 which am
:hc State
Tie Kcood ref rrerl to Me jirp<ervation cf
a rest (ley, aLd the fourth to loca] Rfrtioo.
Thin fourth resolution ended with the f. ! low
ing declaratiou : " But elu uld co parly take
the proper fct?pa to protect am tfficient Sua.t»y
law, and favor the pan cf rrferriijg th» ii-ien
tion of licersa »o etll int> xic»n(:: to il.e peo
ple, then we will ireet and t^ko ench rte;w as
rhill Kiva the voteis of oar St«te an nppor
t inity to fx;«?-B their viewa ontheae two im
portant tjueitiois."
There w^« a committee ft^Doiotad to pre
fenttheßS resolntioi s to the li'puhiic»n ('. r
vpntion, and thfy weie prcaeut btfon Ul9
( ommittfe on Platform *n^ BesohiUoin.
Mr. ShadFer wai also preaert, rrprest&titiK
the Leaguß of Freedom.
Mr. Shaeffiir stated that they wera willing
that a law ehoull hi piesed clotini? up all
l<ui:new t but leaving people at UDtttf to
stend the day as they saw h'\ I replied that
I was satisfied with that, and tbe I hiinttS
of ihe oommlttM fuygeetod that we withdraw
and frame a Suniay pl.nk t^.:<='he-. Mr.
Shaiflfjr th«n modiSfd iiin ilechrati'u it, h.r 1
th« di°cu3ii;n co.c?. My declaration had
ft f rence to the Sur.diy p!ack It had noth
ing to d'» with t 1 c )noA option ;>!»nk, nor
win the local i p'ion plauk ander di-ca.tion
when if. w«s made.
I 1; will be Ml that those rtsolu'.ionn <x
prechly stated that unida the two rnjatet*,
to wit : a pro-Sunday l»w »nd a l<cal uption
law, were both approved by the Convention
ihen in rfasioD, that the Prohibition Conven
tion would again assemble.
Tbe Republican pirty most certainly had
fair warniis cf »h»t the Prohibition Con
vention wt uld do if the two reqn*it» mada
were not granted. R. 1 HCMPHOjr.
San Francisco, October 10, 1882

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