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SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
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»AILY BECOKD BeiUEB-YOL.ZXTI.-AO. 48M.
THE DAILY RECORD-UNION.
Sntcrr-J at the fait Office ai Sacramento as second ciais uatter
PUBLISH F.D BT THE
lacramento Publishing Conpany-
WM. v. milu, Ceaeral Mvacer.
ITBMleftttaa OBcc, Third »t ., bo ■* mm* K.
THE DA l IV KE< OES»-K IOJt
fcynbUabed «Ter7djLjo« the week. Bodayi exoepted.
For one fear «6 00
£01 >li month*. 8 60
For three month* S 00
Rabwrfben Mrred b» C»rrtf» at Fimuf
Cint- per r.tV. In all interior '-•<>• aod towu the
Biper on be bad of the princii.< Periodical Dealera.
evunen and Anenta.
Ad i rritsi -j 2 Bates la D:»l J K<-rord-rBlo».
One 8-juare, 1 time » $1 00
On= H< 4 uari-. 2 time*. 1 75
OneSqiuuc. 3 time*. j S U
Kachadejiioualtime W
l»«t IWeeka, 1 Month
Half Square, Ist pan..... f* SO «S 60 ft DO
Half H.juurr >• I,**..- ISO COO 8 00
Half Bqnw, 3d page S 00 4 50 6 00
naif loam, 4th page 2 00 S 00 4 CO
One H.iuaT!, lit |,ago 3 80 f 00 TOO
Onu B<iuarr, Sd -.i^e 6 00 7 00 10 W
Oao Square, 3.1 pa*e 4 00 t 00 8 00
On»a,aare, 4th page 3 00 4 00 6 CO
Star XoU-oj to folinr reading matter, twenty-firr
njnta a mi Mr aoch inertiou.
AdrertucmeTiUut Htuntiiras Wanted, Hoaaeeto I/et,
Society M. - Una etc. of Fly« uhu ob LESS, will be
inaertud ia the Daiht lUoouk-Un ion at followa :
f Jiw time 0 25 cenU
T"h>ee timys 50 conU
One woek TSeant*
Sens wurdi icconrtitnte a line.
.-:'» WEEKLY !■<!»%
(PtiUiahed lv aemi-weekl; parts}
Is forced an v/edneßday and Saturday of each week,
comprising Eitht Pages in each iasne. or Sixteen Pagee
•»ch wtr k. ao'l is tne cheapest and moat dealt w:.lp
Home, K-.-A - and literary Journal publiahed on the
PacfU. crift t
Term*. Ol» Voar ta CO
Srn;l- v . i I. !} I i.lnn AiU rrlltlng Kates.
Half Smuuv. 1 time (1 0C
Eaoc addltioua! time X
On* Square, 1 time 1 00
Bach adiitionaUuse 100
wanted; lost and tound.
AilTcrtlsemeau of tre linns In this department are
Darrted for 25 tx'uta for one time : three times for &0
null or 75 cents per week.
SITUAT.dN" WANTED— H>' AN EXPERIENCED
lad.v as Nurw. Cm give bt*t of rnferenccs 1
Apply at 1119 Ter.th street, betw<en X aud L. »r at
thejiraagers' Store, Tenth and X streeU. 017 lw*
WANTED — TWENTYFIVK WOMEN TO
work at canning. Appiy to Capital Packing
Company, Noi. 77 and 73 Front street. oIS-lw
ANTF.I»-MALE: THHEK RANCH 11 ANUS,
2 C*kB, 4 Woodchop]iers, 2 luiryn>en, Man
to Drive K,ind Team Female ; Tw» Women for
Laundry, 1 Cook. Women and Girls for Housework
(city and c-ninTy). MASTERS X CO., No. 1025
Elgbtl; Btr.ct, b' •.■■vron J cirl X 07-tf
AGENTs WASTED FOR A NEW FIELD OF
labor. Live, energ»tic men of good nHilresa
can mak* Imj m..ntv. Addrew UVTZ &. MKKKf.K
911 BroaJway, Oakland, Cal. slO-lm
WANTED.
MALE: 3 MILIvKRS, WAGES, $30; ALSO, 0
ranch hands, 826 ; 2 men t > milk and make
butter. $0 ; a barker to rent a shop ; 4 woodehop.
pers ; 3 waiter", »30 to $35 ; a man cook. Female;:
2 women cooks. $2.i ; alto. B girls for housework, Sib
to $20 ; 3 gtrln to »■ .it aud d) cbamberwork.
Apply to HOI'S rGN & C!O.'S KmploymeTit Otfice,
Fourth and X strsets, Sacramento. aulS lptf
TO LET 0B FOB SALE.
JLdier". rj -^_cts cf fire lines Id this department are
m» ,■■-.-.; (ai 'iv cects for ccc time ; Untie tluios fin 53
eenU c- li ocn> . per week.
CJ'uiFP FOR SALE, IN LOTS TO
|T^ -■• : iIIMS :m-i IUH' I. AMI t..C9p
let. Apply ti DR. CAPLtS, T * eMy W&ft
mil ■ -. .i-: if Sicramenti. 014-lm* AlmMa
ROOMS TJ BENT— FCRMSUED OR UNFUR
niehed, at nonhca'-t c-.rner of Eighth and M
stress. Inquire on the premise?. 013-lw*
FOR SALE -A ■" tr.lra.ttnr..-
Simp in good running ororr.
Oooii houw, bsrus, etc ,at ftchi ■
liar, Sacramento county. Apply to9Kk*J>s3
W. A. BROWN, on tbo . raniis-.a, or by letter.
010-lm*
Oiy" AORKS — SPLENDID WHEVT AND
O-^O H Bk ruich. >W acres of which n fine
bott*>m, or alfalfa land, bituated twenty nii'<H from
Sacrament i; . th:. r; ■:■: ■ house, thrre rxaaOant
large b^m3. living water, etc. Price very low.
Apply to T. L. ACOCK, 904 Seventh Mmt, S .cra
mento fett-lH*
"KIOR SALE— I 64 ACKKB CF NO. 1 LAND, 100
X "I which U good onaard, alfalfa or hop land ;
700 bearii'i; truit trees, 12,000 young grcpe vines,
aaplania] dwelliny bou:-c and lurjo bain; eleven
miles from Sacrami'i.to and ore mti*» fn)m railroad.
See T. L. ACOCK. Ag.'it, :> i) Btmrtll st. e2i lm*
ORLEANS HOTM. - FIRST. CLAS FUR
nislicti ami aufuruMwd rooms to M to sontie
men orfiini!i»u !,y • rlsy, wtdi or month. 1018
Becond street. !• t a o. i J ii..i K. M.a li. W. OQQ,
PT"prielre»a. auit.
For fale— A fine two -s>torv frame dwelling of 7
rooms, b cliwcV* and batli-rooai. gas, hot and cold
water. The M in 4uxlSo,w;th stable in re^r.
Price, $3,000. Terms of payment very ea^y.
For Mule. -2f>o acrt n of heat wheat or alfalfa land
one mile from a shipping wvchouse. f rice,
per acre.
For Sale— A neat o"e-story Frame Cjttage, 4
roonu*, all hard finished ; large, high basement.
Lot IflOJ i hat Priiif, §^."'O, one-half cish down,
balance on time to suit buyers.
For kale— lST acres; improved, well located
Foothill Farm ; plenty «f water and timber.
I— ico, $-2,T)00 i *a«y terms of pavuent.
For Male — A handsoire and well built one.
story cottaire, fotir rooms and hall, all hard
finished. Til Inl an IflllWanini Price,*l,ioo,
one-half ca."h down, balMMfl on easy terms.
For Kale — 40 acrcn, six miles from Sacrrtne.tto ;
•26 acres aro a bearing vinevord. Price, il.fiOO.
For Sale-- Two full b ock* (adjoining), hii.li and
rich land, with orchard and viut*y<U'd and alfalfa.
House and bjrn. The entire pn.perjy ij offered
at a very law pricj, aud BM be piid for in instal
ments.
For Salr ■ -120 acres of im;>roved Foothill Land
a runnin* stream of clear, free water to ir
rigate wi*h ; 25 acres of this f irm are as rich ai:d
level as any in the valley.
For half)— One bl^ck of fine gwden land on rivei
Iront ; fine orchard ; houje and barn. Price,
$3,500.
For Hair— 2.V> acres, wrth improvcnic.ts ; fine
Orain Land ; about 100 acres now plowed
summer fillow; only 12 mi!ci from here ; well
fenced ; s mie oak timhjr on this farm. Price,
only #6,000.
All this and lota more O*RL STROBEL
will sell you. His oSlcc is 3il J btrect.
BT Mn-rj I.onns .>i-£..i!'i::tl and Bn
ißHiirnorr rUk* -..llrii.-.: 1..» CAUL bTKII
i:i.: . four Itrokrr.
MCrBTiC-2" TO XaOJSk-ZST.
•21-lptf
3 1 nfi ACRES OF LAND, LYING FTVEsMt
. I *t\f aJteaaaat of Mar.,ville ; 2,OOOV»V*
acres thcr.->.if laakard and under cultivation, ■
the remainder pr->wing Uf. in joung timber; good
house, bams, orulianlp ,«".c. The well has the finest
drinking walier in the va!!ey. If not wanted for
farming, it is one cf the best stock ranches in the
sourtty, and wiil be s^id cheap enough to justify its
ose f<»r x* kI ■'■■;.-. PoaMHida tiv.'ii September I,
1882. For taiUwr information inquire of the -nora
nrento Bank, Sacramento. California. 1> &vlm
MOJNiV TO LOAN
ON BBAX BSTAn. AT A LOW RATE OF IN
t«ro<t. rv PKTER BOHL Xlb 1 street.aul7tf
(;. (..lIFFITIS,
PENRYN
tmBIIEWOSEB
v. s;:\ ■-. < 1 1.
rpnn best variety ani
_ X Largest Quarries on the
- Coast. Polished Granite
Momnnenu, tombstones and Tablet* made to order.
trf;-i.'«nl(f KalltilßK Stone Cal, i»r»-««od
and Poli»t«r<l (a.nrtlrr. olllpfisr
Friend $. Terry
LUMBER
<3 O «X I» ATX "TBT .
ESTABLISHED ISSS.
SUGAR PINE, REDVr.OD.ORECOH&TRUCKtE PINE,
At Whuleatle and hetail, ud
WnnnUri arnl to Order ai the Mills of Ibe
t'ompuf.
Alao Doon, Windows, Blinds, Shakes, Shinglce,
Bolts and Ties.
MAIN YARD AND OFFICE,
No. 1310 Second Street, near M.
BRANCH YARD,
Corner TweLMk A J »«»., SacramciU, Cal.
aulß-4p«m
HALE BROS. & CO.
OUR REMMANT DAY
— xs —
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18th.
Judging from the Number of Inquiries
ABOI'T
OUR NEXT REMNANT CLEARANCE,
MAGNIFICENT OPPORTUNITY TO OBTAIN
GonsideaWy Less Than Market Price!
WE FiXD TU.tT l\ TWO WEEKS THE *<tl MIXATIO* OF
E MNANTS
Is snffloiant to icsure tka necessity of closing them ouS.
miUB OF n;»l>U AS BMtWSaU, KEEPIVC TU£.n CMTUiIUI O\ THE
iiwmaii. we ntm T3:.\r they are likely to become soilfm
ami dwwi UtcnannH khmh ■ i •> mum,
TAKEN DIE DAY IN TWO WEEKS !
S=& US 3^" 353" "S? S
For Sale on that day,
1' OK It E A S O X 8 : —
FIRST-To always have them
fresh and desirable.
SECOND- We can allord to sell
them for less when we close
them out in one day, as it
requires much less timo and
bother.
EVERY REMNANT IS WARRANTED TO CON
TAIN THE YARDAGE MARKED ON IT.
You will find most every class of goods in our
store represented and marked at a price to close them
out in one day.
COIXTRY ORDERS ARE FILLED PROMPTLY, and
se'ections made by one of long experience.
HALE BEOS. & CO.,
829, 831,833. 835 X street,
-HUB—
1026 NINTH STREET, SACRAMENTO.
SACRAMENTO, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1882.
MIbUxiLLAIiLOUS.
Palmer & Sepulveda,
DUTJGraiSTS,
Northeast Corner Second and X streets, Sacramento.
Special attention given to Compounding Prescriptions— ac--^
curacy and absolute purity guaranteed.
SCHOOL BOOKS!
BOLU AT LOWtST PSICEB BY
0 il yftf^aa^aaaaaiairttf f^^^'^TraaaarflftiH igiM^nr , _ r
ittjJa^^uttC^^* *^P K^^^i^aaalaSßßl^ML^^aßpß^^^aaC
1 aafr E& i*-***-*-^-* ' •■ "I",
ENVELOPES (all sizes), a very large supply ;
WRITING PAPERS-the bast in the market;
BALL PROGRAMMES and MEWU CARDS ;
PRINTERS' SUPPLIES, of all kinds ;
Choice line of VISITING CARDS.
Printing in All Its Branches !
Nos. 208-210 J street, : * : : SacKunento.
W. P. GO LE IV! AN,
[Real jSstate Salesroom,
No. 325 J street, Sacramento, Oal.
ALL KINDS OF CIT7 AM) COtlCTftY PROPERTY
FOX SA.IV2Q -A.KTJ3 TO I*"Sirr.
KE.4L ESTATE SOLD OX INSTALLMENT KM i NO\ET lO !.<» t\ IV >1 ti» TO Sl'IT.
ml7-liov
FRK :■- Ua- ■ n, O."£XTl^ f N ° ''"' S J STREET '
HAMFACTI >.iV< OP I^7 aflL JLL ob B& VjL PC#» BACRAMBHTO.
1 1
oli>»st nnx PAaotv ok r^ ■"*■ af*^ I latent ijmpuotko
zsrFzzztrjz BOXES MA° — N ER v
and Hade to Order. ■■•' M Ma BOX PKI.VTIKO.
CAPITAL BOX FACTORY CORNER SECOND AND Q STREETS
Urput : J St., bet. Front antl Second (next door to W. R. Strong * Co.) NICHOLS & CO. alMpem
Sacramexto, July 11, 1882.
I take pleasure in recommending to my
friends and the public generally, " HADHIER'S
CASCAIiA SAGIUDA BITTERS. " They have
been of great beneiit to me.
J. R. HE . Tit. Jeweler, B*lo J St., Sicramento.
MS FBAITOIBOO CAKOS.
SAN FRANGSSCO
Business Directory
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Ceonee A. ll»\l<* Co — Manufirtarera' Agentf,
■il' and 329 Market street.
Raker A Hamilton— lmpurters of Acrncultura!
ImplembU^ and Hardware ; A??nte of the Beiiicii
A.rr'l Works. Junciioi. Market, Piaaaad Daiissts
ARTISTS.
Han«e worth— Op'idantr.d Phntotrrarher, No. 12
Moutjjumery street. Est&blishod )a 1851.
BELTIN3, HOSE, ETC.
H- S. Cook— Manufacturer of Leather Bolting
Hose, lAcinif, Btilliim K.i_"', etc., southwest corner
Market and Fremont streets.
BUSINESS COLLEQEB.
Pacific Buxinrss rollrge Kiwi r^l> kiv.i>n!c
Indtitate — (Life S"'\o!arjhip, fir fall Ilo^-.-ie
Carse, 870). W. E. Chimberiain, Jr , and T A.
Roblmwn, PioprieW>rs, No. 32.) Post street, oppo-
Bite KiiM Square, S. F.. CaL Send (or CLrcalarF.
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
Stnilebatarr !trof«. MAnnfnrinrlße Co.—Re
pository, 31 Uarkit p.ruet. A. il. laham, Uauafrer.
CARPBT3, OILCLOTHS, ETC.
Frank C. Edwards— lruroitsr and Denier, No.
S2O Markel street (PheUn's Block). San Francisco.
DRUGS, CKEftIICALS.
J««ll n «tifi. — Plone«r Drusjcist, removed to 722
Uoctaroaory st , S. F. Country orden solicit*!.
EEUCATION&L.
Rrbool of dill Engineering, flitrveri*R
Dra-»^K»nd Ajaayinj. ii Post n. A. Van dar NilUen
eats!
C. llemnscn A Co.— Manufa^tnr rs and Im
wirters. No. 3M Xt amy st , near Pine. Thn finest
hats at the lowest price*. Factory : 17 Belden st
HARDWARE, IRON. STESL. ETC.
llanlry Cr»» ' Hinlwii.f f'<».--IraporteP! of
Hardvare and Afrninitoral liripkaitnto, Noa 301
303, 105, SU7 and 309 Market r.r?et, Hin Francisco.
CarnlAn, Copy A Co.— importers nf Hardware,
Iron antl SUel. Areuis for iho Pittaburjr St^el
Wi-i-ks, Nt rth»cst«rn Hona Rafl Company, ar.d
St.athinßton Cutlery Co. Kos. 120 and 122 Fruut
street, and Nra. 117 mil! 119 Califoriia street
RESTAURANTS.
»wmlB"» Fcmlly Rakerr cr.d Blnis*
Saloos— No. C3O Markot street. Wadding cats?,
ice crestn, oj-sten, jeUies, etc., coasliutlv o a h^nA.
Families supplied.
RUBBER AND OUL GOODS.
The Gntta Pereha and Kabber Haiatu f
wir^f Coißpir.y— MattUfa.-turer»o' K-a'jbor Oocdi
of every <!oacnption. Patentees of the c»!ehrated
"Mi!t€3o 'Yoss Brand" Carbolized Hose. Corn- r
First and Market streets, i. W. Taylor, ManagCT.
STATIONERS, PRn^TrRS, fiTO.
H. 8. '.'rnrlier A Co. — Importing aud Manufact
taingStationers, Printer* and Uthi^iiraphers, Noa,
5! 5, 217 and 219 Bach street, above Sansome?
SACRAMENTO REOORD-UNION.
San Fraßrl»r« Other, No. 8 Sew Montzotn
ery stre<-. (Palace Hotel). — J. H. ?'arp«. Agent.
WILCOX& WHITE ORGrAJTS
——At »A»»«001aH or—
Km. xc rr a irrynarjgn^
'•« SM S atreet t _ tKraneoU
«£BoM on ths tnaUUment piac Order* foi
TUMINS aVMaiKry atteadad to. ao»lplia
FRUITS, SEEDS AND FaODPOE.
D. DEBFMNARDI & CO.
General Commission Ktrcliaut3,
AND
WHOLESALE AMI KET.tiL I>i: 4I.T.UM
Tropical, Californian and Oregon
FRUIT A\'D NUTS;
ISutlcr, l'^t«. Pouitij. Game, Hoary,
VEGETABLES. FISH, OYSTERS, ETC.
IS" Country orclvrs promptly attended to. "51
■a*. .-:s and SM X xlrect, Sacramento.
B'2Blptf
IJ.-I. -liil-lit-,1 1852.)
craixi j. eiutooKT. t :..\ ausoat.
GREGORY & CO.
(Successors to J. Gregory),
/COMMISSION MERCnAKT3 AND WHOLESALE
\j Dealers in HtUDOQI AND FKUIT.
.N..H. i;., nnil i:s J t-frtt.
6-l-!pif Sacrtmento, Cal.
a. MOCJIR. >. SUM.
S> GERSON & CO.,
GENERAL COMHiSSION UEKCHASTS, AND
Dealers !n
Imparted and ItoaimtJC FrwlU, Tegrla-
Silo*. Su!«, ftr.
No. 220 J street, betwoen Seooivi no Third, Bacra
•pmtn. «?-lm
LYON & BARNES,
/COMMISSION UXKCQAXTS AKD DEALERS lW
i- .--.'i.re, ♦ i-as •■>.'•'.■', Rntter, ',•".■-. Cheeie,
Pco'try, Oreon and Dry Frolta, Honey, Bcana, t'C,
ALI-ALFA SEED'
JaT Potatota In ccr-li>s4 lets or less.
aiAt-litr No*. £1 and 23 J utreet.
FRUIT DEALERS,
.A.'XfTr.SJRfTE'XCMKr 1
BF^JVED TO MORE COMMODIOna
_I. L prettisei", w« hivi? enbrjsd our sto:k. We
otfer you cho c Appies, free from worms. Lemons,
Limes, Oraages, Dried Fruits, Nuts, Dates, C&r.ned
GooJj, etc., at very low Btteaa,
M. T. DREWER ft CO.,
1006 to 1010 SktJ street, between 1 aod X, Sacra
mento. auft!-tf
W. R. STRUNG & CO,
WMasalc Commission Merchants
asc dialu m m s.rrs cr
cixiFoasiA esEzx aso buik» fkiit* !
KCTS, HOXKT, SEED
AuJ Geners.l Kerebaßdlw.
•V AH orden pronptly attended to. AddreSk :
V. B. STkONO & CO.,
an3-lplm Nas. 0, 8 ».:■■ 10 J street, Sacrameato.
TO BARLEUROWERS.
A FULL SUPPLY OF THE CELEBRATED
and proLfic
WOODS' SIX-ROWED BARLEY,
Can now be procure! for »e?d. Avenute vicM, 125
hashels per acre, and weighs ten pounds more per
bushel than any other birley; vt-ry supe'ior for
brewing ; do s not fill do»a or lo.J^e, and Wools
more th*u auy other known. Call npnn nr address
B OTH & CO.,
a 27 lptf Front strett. Sacramento.
STAR MILLS AND MALT HOUSE,
VKI -BOIBC A Iki.r^,
NOS. SO, 65 AND r>t FIFTH ST., BACRAMENTO,
dealers in Prodoce and Brewers' Bupplie«, Man
u'tctO'en of Malt and ail kinds of Metis ; Oatmeal,
Oromeal, Cracked Wheat, Graham Flour, Buck
wheat Floor, etc. New Grain Bags tor tale. Agent*
or Back*?* MilJa Floor, UarytTilte. aolTlp
MISCELLANEOUS.
iron,
RHEUMATISM,
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Soro Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frostec
Feet end Ears, and all other
Pains and Ashes.
No Preparation on earth equals Pt. Jkvibh On
as a xnfe, tvrr, simple and cheap Extern*
Remedy. A trial entails but t:i- comparatire!}
trifiiug cntlay of 50 (Villa, and erery one suffering
with pain can have cheap and positive pruuf of it>
claims.
Directions in Kiev* n I.aryin^»s.
60L^ BT ALL DEtTGGISTS AND DEALESf
IN MEDIOIHE.
A. VOGELER & CO..
llaltimore. ZTd.. U. S. *.
HOTELS Ahb KKSTAUiaAjNTB,
ST. DAVID'S
AFIK3T-CLAS3 LODOIXG . HOUSF, CON.
tiins 155 roiims: 71f> Howard stnet, iii>nr
Third, San Francisno. Thishoupe is esptnallv de
signed «c a omfortable home for 1 idies and gentle
men viaitini; tlie city from thu in'erior. No dark
rooms, (.ias and running water in each mom. The
fl.wrs are covered nilh budy Brusvels cjrpct, and all.
the furniture 'is made of solid tvaek walnut. Each
bed has a sprint; maWess, with an ailditiotial hair
top mattress, niHkmfi: them the mnst luxurious ar.d
healhy beds in the world. Ladies wishing to conk
for themselves or f tniihesare allowed the free use of
a larce public kitchen and tiininir-ro.>m. tenants
keep up a tire from 6 A M. to 7v. v. Hot and cold
baths ; a lar^e pirl.ir and rcaJinij room. ooDtaialag
a Grand Piano— all free to guests. Pricn, "ingle
rooms per night, 60 cents ; per week, from $2 up
wards. House open all night
R. HUGHES, Proprietor.
At Market-street Ferry, take Omnihuj line o
street cars to corner of Third and Howard.
o> UWFtt
HOTEL LANQHAM.
/^ORNEK FOUKIH AND L STEEKT3, ACRA
mento — Strictly flret-claao, on the KaTocean plan.
T. D. Scriver'g Carriages will take all passengers tree
of charge from Depot to li ■'.<.-..
el 4plm' TERRY i. CO.. Maneyera.
UNION HOTEL.
SECOND AND X STREETS, SACRAMENTO,
Cal. P.OCDI3, SO co\ la and $1 per d;iy. Special
rates by the month. Billiards, choice liquor*! and
cigars. Hot lunch dnilj- fr.,m 11 a. a. till 2r. n.
W. O. ("JOK") BOWUia,
»l-4plm Proprietor.
OOLDEN EAQLE HOTEL.
CORNER SEVENTH AND X STIIEETB SAO
ramento.—"l-rt-tUss in every respect. 'Jbe
Lareast, Finwa and Hest- Ventilated Hotel in the l? y
rVATES— S3, $2 50 and J2 per day, according to
room. Vrec Bus ■ and trom ttt Hotel.
J. MsNASSSK (late of Dcsi-Jar),
auV-4nlm Proprietor.
RESTAURANT DE FRAKC£,
A iyf X STREET, ADJOINING
4*l the Mctroi«!itan Theater. /a&^S
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CALIFORNIA.
»«lr of the Sixth Dktrlct Acrl. nliur:.!
AKHorlalton.
Lcs AIiGELES. Oot.,bar 17th.— The attecd
ance at the Agricultural Paik this afternoon
to witnem the first day's racfs of the third
autu&l fair giveu by the Sixth l>i,ttrict A«ri
cuHur.l ABsocialion was larger thna has
been seen at the Park for several years a
great many ladies being among the epicta
tore. The day was beautiful and the track
in good condition. The first event waf a
trotting race for the three-minute class, bent
three in five, for which there we re four en
tries—R. L. Mayberry's Lidy Washington,
L. J. Ktsc'i* Don Carlos, L. J. Felton's Hun
ter, and L. H. Titus' Hattie Johcsan. Lady
Washicgton was tha favciite, bjludr at two
to <n3. The first heat was won by Liriy
\V.;fhir.Kti)r, Don Carlos seeocd. Hunter
third, ud4 Hattie Johßeon fcu:th. Time,
2:36J TLo Becord heat was won by I.idy
Washington in 2:39. The third heat wpg
clogely contested by Don Carlus, but Lady
Washißß'oa maintaine i her place in the lpad
and came in ahead, winning. Time, 2:37.J
The sccoad was a running race, half-mile
dash, fur a purse of $200. in which three
started— Will & GiW Dottie Dixple, Ma
chado'd Ballona li-it, and J. W. Adams'
Aunt Betsy, the latter the favorite. Betey
took the lead at the start, maintaining it to
the end, winr.ing. Time, stff. The exhibi
tion of thoroughbred stock of all kinds is the
largest and finest scec, and this department
of the fair may be pronouueed a decided suc
cess. At the Pavilion there is a larce dis
play of fruits and tgiicultural products.
The exhibit of grapea is especially fine,
nearly 200 varie:iea beicg represented.
Messrs. Kose, Shorb, Dreyfus and other
vigneronp, have large exhibits cf v. ::.»■ and
biandies, einbracug all the varieties made in
this section. This branch was formally opened
thi3 evening, Jud^e Brunson dslivering the
annual a ■>;■■-.
The Yreka Fnlr.
Yreka, October 17th.— The first r»ca to
day was trotting, two-in-threo, for all un
tticd hoisep. Jay Beach earned Favrrite, J.
Tieruey named Mary D., ffm. Eckhart
named Curtii", Neil O'Xeil named Ntd. The
race wjb won by Cartij in a bingte heat, nil
the others being distanced. Tiinp, ;-f:2G£
The second raca was running, half-mile-auu
r»neat. f>r all Ultws ovncil in the distrist.
Mr. B aiae named Harry It., James Mnz
named Up and Up, Mr Ruaker name! Snip.
The rare wis w n by Up and Uj>, Snip sec
ond. Time, 52h sec >uda in et ch heat. The
third race was trotting, mile heats, twe-in
three, free for all three-yei.r-old^ and under
owned in the di<t.iict. Jay Bs&ch named
/.lliphone, J. McDonough nam^d Sleepy
K»te. Th« Bret heat was won by Ziiliphone.
Time, 3:lst;,'. The eecnnd heat was won by
ZJHphone, Sleepy K%te distanced. Time,
*J:57. There was a better attendance to day,
aud the race track was in fine condition,
McUnlddy and llln t*rlend<).
Has ford, October 17th.— The following
resolution *a» pasaed without a diifenting
vote by the toted Settlers' League of Tulare
and Fresno cjUDtins, at a meeting called for
the purpoee at Hanfort 4 . this afternoon. The
attendance was larg9 :
Rffolrfd, That all preseDt who beiieve that Major
T. J. Mc^uiddv has acteii in jrood faith in his land
matters in the hnd ti^ht, ana has not in any man
ner pvrchascil his land ot the railroad company,
shall signify the same by rising to their feet.
All present arose except one, who said he
preferred not to vote oa tbe question. Major
M Q liddy's tried friends wieh to exonerate
him frsna the utterly f.il?e and contemptible
charge of complicity in any form with the
railroad company, however they may differ
from him in political opinions during the
present campaign,
Bf bbrry and Death of the ThlcT.
Bakekskikld, October 17ik — A man
named M. Volanteri was lying in the street
last night about 8 o'clock under the influence
of liquor, and was brought to his Reuses by
feeling a mau going through his pockate. He
fnund his purse gone and g^ve the alarm, but
tbe thief had disappeared. Thta morning
about.) o'clock the dead body of the thitf
waa four;d lying in &n alleyway about two
huctlred steps from where the theft took
plice, face down, with a knife in one hand
and the stolen purse, containing §43, iv the
other. The deceased has the appearance of a
Wboring man, sbnut 28 or 30 years of »£•>.
He is entirely unknown in this vicinity. He
b'-d evidently died from fright, knowing that
tuch customers are handled here pretty ■
roughly when caught.
Destructive Fires.
Litermors, October 17th. — At 3 o'clock
this morning a fke was discovered in the
Liver more valUy fl^ar mill, owned by C. J,
vjlours, and in a shcrt time the building was
in mii t. The loss is estimated at $10,000.
with no insurance. W. F. L^umeister, tre
lessee, loses about §4,000 in fl-mr, feed ar.d
fixtures, on which thersisSl.COJineuranoe in
the (I kliS'l Home. Several faimera are
small losers in grift. C. Schmidt's s»!oon was
also burned. Lore, about $1,">00; fully ir.
eured in the Oakland Home.
Santa Baiibaba, October 17th. — A moun
tain firs last eight swept down Mission can
yor>, destrojing several dwellings, a teboat
hoaae, and much mifcollaneou< property.
Tfle loss will prrbilly a.-cregate ?10 OCO. Dr.
S. B. P. Ka;x, E. J. Ciuaip, A. L. Canfiold
and Clark are the heaviest losers. Another
fire duiing Ihs nieht destr: ypd th« barn of (_}.
B. Pecdola. L «s, about §700. A heavy
north v, i- i prevsi'ed.
Pbisceton. Oo'-iber 17c"n.— Ctef.soc * Kly's
livery stable was burnei hf re lat.t night. The
bt 'ck and fixtures »ere all saved, 'the gri.-t
mill caught fire, but the loss wjs trifling.
gnptemr Conrt— Fair at I.o» Angclrfi.
Los Angeles. Ootoloc 17:h.— The Octobf r
term of tbe Supreme Court opened hero this
morning, a full bench biiiu- present. The
first two d»ys of the term will ba devoted to
hearing caeu in bank.
Tbo third anuual fair cf the Sixth District
Agricultural Asfociatinn opecti vvi h races bt
Agricnltuial Paik this afternoon. Tse
liorticaltural depattrr.eat wdl open this even
ing at the pavilion, when Jndge Attaoe 3'rin
son will deliver the annual addrtes. Toe
< i.y is full of strangers.
OREIiOM.
The Senatorial Contest.
Salim, October 17 h.— The ballot to-day
resulted: Mitchell 37, Shftttnck XL, Fatiieg
20, Uermftn "J. Stearin nr.d We'll, ot Doug-
Ima, chaDged from Miteheil to Herman.
[SECOND DISPATCH.]
Portland, October l«.h— l a. m —The
Oregon ian's Salem «pf ci*l f.sy« : At miiinight
the prtibabiiitieo ara that Mitchell's strength
will hold togcti er to-murrow, with the vo'fi
ble loss tf two or threfi votes He h(.lf ! s out
ths ho|>e to tin eappor'era that eunuch Dim
ocrata will coin; i.i at the last moment to
elect him. He U lackirgcnly fcigiit vot^s.
It is C'lniroon talk ia ths- bot-l lfl.by that at,
ha^t tiw-'.vj (f hid fupporters vote for him
(■lily to co »h!e to nniog tb« remainder to
forue i.lher man when the bresk c.itreg. The
chances of a fioal adjournment without aa
e'ectioo arc kou<l.
Tlre-Strlfce I n.1f.1.
Tobtlasd, Oc'ober 17ih.— A fire at tha
Lower Cascades yt»terd»y de»;royed Mi (Tat
Brothers' store and stocit of (.'eorral mer
ch»Ddise. I,its oa builHitg, 9;J0OO; stock,
8. r >.ooo to .*7,000 ; iuourance, $2,500. The
tire v: » either of ir.ceodUty origin or frum
iiiilc'fi i»,'i.i.:d by ia*.-.
The attike nc the Northern Pacific has
ended, and all the men resumed work today.
Toere were no tc's cf violence, and no de
a'ructl m. of property. The rren kiir.ply
•topped until the arrtval of I'M-f Koginetr
ThitUon, to have the qu?Btioi» of the amuunt
ot i. arl smic&biy eettltd. The thre&ta
aesinet the life of Uilletf, SuperinteafVnt of
C.mstroctiorj, were •■iinjj'.y the idle talk if
ealuoL-keepers acd their KatrLi'ea.
Miililch Drath of a Lilly.
roinXAKD, October 17th. — Mrg. K»thar>ce
Dtwitt Whi-.ing, titter of Mrs. General Al
ier, of San Frasci?co, tlied «ndden)y thi»
mortiicg of hrart difeasf, ig?d 02. Dfcease.l
was a woman of mei«t exalted character ai.'l
much respected.
Fatal in i.lrul.
The D».11e3, October 17th— J. G. Fred
den, a merchant of this par«, met wilh «n
accident at White Salmoo, W. T., ywterdky
which molted f*tally to-d<iy. Mr. Frc-dirn)
in ctimpaay with Mr. Jacobson, had been
hunting yesterday near White Salmon, aod
in the af tsrnuon about 3 o'clock wss tittinc
"HSUSTCRLS^"-".
on the bank ef the river waiting for The
Dalles boat to return hon.e. In taking his
gun np in h» right hand by the mu Z z!e,
the load was diechareed into the right arm
above the elbow, chattering the hone and
making a fearful wound. Medical aid waa
summoned immediately, but the hemorrhage
was 90 profme that he wag in a very weak
ened condition when the decto? arrived last
tight. Two physiciaDg of this city started
down laatnight about 11 o'clock, and ampu
tated the injured member. The patient was
resting easy when they left, but this morning
at 11 n'clcck a telegram was received stating
that Mr. Fredden was dead. His wife went
down this morning, but he had died before
she arrived. He was a highly-respected citi
zen, well liked by all, and hi* death will
cause sorrow to many besides his wife and
family.
KEVAVA.
Klch Mineral Slrlkr.
Aubtis, October 17th.— The N6vadi Min
ing Company, Manuel San Pedro, Superin
tendent, have made a bit; ftrike. There am
I'owbcing taken from their mine in Gold
Park, Nye county, atsays as high as $11 000.
The bullion from a half ounce of rock U the
largest ever made from aLy ore of the name
amount here. The gold gcea §3,000, and the
balance is iv uilver.
><■ loui Case of lie iunrtlia K <-.
Virginia, October 17ib.— About 4 o'clock
this morning, while in bed, Captain Matt.
Canavan waa attacked with a aerif us hem
orrhage of the stomach. At soon he was re
ported dyirp-, but afterwards thr» blredirij
ceased, and it>as thought he w< u!d recover,
la the afternoon occurred another spell of
bleeding, and at last accounts to-night his
phyaiciaLß had little hope of his recovery.
UTAH.
..
Jlwib.iii M'xMonaries.
Salt Lake. Ootoh=r 17th.— Twenty Mor
mon elders ieft to-day for missionary work in
the Southern States, and seventy-five for the
European held.
PASSENGER LISTS.
Newhall, October 17th.— Passed here to
day, to arrive in San Francisco to-inorrcw :
R. B. Cannon, Santa Rosa ; Mrs. Hamilton
Glass, San Francisco; Mies J. B. Robinson,
Stockton ; Mrs. John Mirtic and son, Staga,
Mo.; Dr. Laliencrante, Oakland ; Mrs. M.
E. GreatHcuae, San Francisco ; Mra. M. W.
Porter, Martini z; Mrs. C. P. Paddock, El
Paso ; Miss Nellie Smiih, Oakland ; John
D<mair. Xl Paso ; B. Waters Sin Bert ar lino ;
J. H. Smith and wife, San Fraccisci; .). A.
Raves, W. E. Rive-, Ar:z ns ; Mrs. J. C
Dudßi n, Mrs. L. F. Sherer, H. Wedelman,
LosArgelee; JohD Clink, -an Francifco ;
Wm. D. -Iton and wife, San ffinofauu ; L. H.
Shutz, Silver City ; John Header, (ilobe
City ; A. Cjhen, San Francisco ; Tbog.
Stevenson, San Frsncisco ; R. C. Levery and
motliei-, Benson ; W. B. Chapman and wife,
St. Louis, Mo.
Carlis, October 17th— Pams:! here to
day, to arrive in Sacramento tc-rnorrow : J.
W. Hall May, Cleveland. O.; (h-.rlts Sev
mour.wifa a-:d child, Wueir.sin ; S. Spencer,
Lsfidou ; Mrs. Dubose and one child, Vir
triuia ; J. H. Thompson, John Thorn; son,
B atoo ; Miss A. M. Lcudf rbacb, Chicago ;
Mrs. Oeorge H. Watson, Washington Terii
ti>iy; A. Coman, Mm. Deloog, Canada ;
Annie Leahy, Fitchbure, Mao.; Thomas
Price, Robert Sherwood, E. J. Buckley, Mrs.
Una Bnckley, J. W. McDonald, San Frat
cisco; Eben Smith and family, Seattle, W.
T. ; Siu.u-1 Dodds, Richmond, Australia ;
Mrs. Huttie T^iwlcr, Canudi ; 8. Davenport,
Olympia. W. T ; Mm. B. 11. Warfitld and
child. Healdsburg, Cal.; James Gordon : ;.»!
son, Queensland ; H. S. Haselton, wife and
two chillren, Waweau, Wis. ; F. Battley
T. Milner, Npw Zealand ; W. R. Ad
am?, Sussex, England ; H. A. Blockley,
Glasgow, Scotland ; B. Smith, Dublin, Ire
land; C. V. Wilson, Australia ; George W.
Light, wifa and two children. Dupont, Ohio ;
Henry B. O«ood, Boston ; \V. Gilchriet and
wife. New Zealand ; Frank Dnr<»tid, New
Y«rk ; Mrs. J. C. Hoyt, Detroit, Mich.; Mrs.
E. B. Gibb?, St. Paul, Mich.; Henry Tur
ney, England; L. L. Mount. Melbourne,
Australia ; C. S. Ettitijr, Butte, Montara ; H.
B. Williims.-.u, Benicia ; Mrs. Ntwberry,
Santa Barbara ; Fraccis Hartwell and faiui
lv, Uiversidp. Csl ; Misn Ella NewV.erry, J.
P. Sh: fl?y, Miss Vinla Newberry, Ulica ; A.
Men, Germa <y ; Wm. Duafori, S»!» Like
city ; .T. H. Thompson, Sun Bnecavpntnra ;
C. K. Duik, Nebr&kka ; Mr?. Clcliand, Tqs
c%rora; ,Ir,hn B. Chrk, Miascuri ; Tnomas
Euß'ice, Evatston, V.'joaiitig; Mrs. M. M.
Claik and two children, Vermoi.t; W. T.
Rowlands, J. K. Btnmada, O-Vlini; lt>3
emigrant pa^Bergers, iccludiDp N ii-a'ta, to
an ire in Sacramento October liuh.
O.maxa, October 17th.— I>eft here to-day,
ta arrive in Sacramento October 21>t : Au
fcust Hoefer at:d wif?, Chicago; Miss E L.
Adams, lv j v. C. D. litrrows nrd uite, Mifs
Lucy M. F.iy, tlifs M. Fay, Mm. Lyle, Sin
Fricci'co ; B«rtley Camtjbell, Mary Mill*,
Miss Pearl Fuonteia, New York ; W. W.
Soper and family, Arfii»n, lowa ; Acr.ie M.
Buhacnon, Brooklyn ; Iltv. Jarref3 Rauw,
PortUrd, Osu.; W. A. Leech, Wellinston,
Ni w ZeilanJ ; H. T .Tones and wife. Walnut
Cruk, OaL; Frank Ench, Sonora, Mexico.
SAN FRANCISCO NEWS
ilogistration at the cilice ie the new City
Hall closed at 1) o'clock Monday night, at
which time 98,323 n«mes ha i bt en regis
tered, as against 32,539 fora corresponding
period in ISSO, ehowing a falling off of 5.216
names this year.
While George Henriqnes and S. Good
min, of San Frmci-co, were hunting (juiil
in Marin county Sunday, the former was
wounded in the fact! by a charge of l>ird
shot frotiijthe gun of his comrade, who fired
at a bevy of birds in the direction of Hen
riques, who was at that moment invisible
to liirn. Ilenricjncs' injuries are of a pain
ful character, bat tbc most serious result
likely to ensue is tbeloee of onu of hia eyes.
The platform of the Reunited Republi
cans baa thirteen pl.inke, announcing tidel
ity to tl o party ; affirming the principle*
of the CnicaKO platform of ISSO ; demand
ing an economical city administration ;
taxatu v of corporations tbo same as indi
viduals ; plid-ing candidates to a $1 tax
levy; opposing fxc'nsive railway fran
chises oa the. city-froat ; deprecating sejret
feesiona of the 15 >ard of Supervisors : ask
ing for competitive rates in contracts with
gas comptniea ; water as cheap to tbe city
as to individuals ; in favor of State 3chool
bioks published by the State ; protection
of the Frre Lihriry ; limitation to the min
imum of clerks in city oliices ; and pledg
ing cacdidates to support tbe ticket and
carry out the economy indicated by the
platform.
The Pacific Annual Conference of the
M. K. Church South met again Monday,
Bishop Hargrove presiding. Qnestion No.
•20— Are sll the preachers blameless in their
life ani official administration ? — was re
sumed, and the following tames were
called and characters parsed: .lames Ke!
say, T. A. Atkinson, J,. I?. Featherstur,
.T. It Ward, J. W. Atkinson, G. H. New
ton, M C. FieM, J. G Shelton, A. Oiom,
J. C. Hayden. I. F. Page, & K. Burno, R.
A. Siwrie, I. L Hopkins, J. M. Al'anson,
J. C. Pendergras, .J. iredc;i?peth, J. H.
Neal, J. M. Lovel), J. Grrwell, E C.
Howard, Iry Taylor and S. W. i»»vics.
The Conference parsed reinlatiotis of con
dolence on the dcrr.iac of R:v. Dr. Thomas
Guard. The Conferer.ce B .ard ot Missions
was constituted by the f lei'-ioii of the fol
lowing mnmbera : For 1888 3, T. A. At
kinson, J. G. Sheltcn a&d J. N. Woods ;
18S2 4, J. Hedgepctb, T. L. Duke and J.
Kuddie ; ISS2 5, M. B. Sharhrou K h, 8.
Brown and W. J. BigerMt«ff ; 1882 0 W.
F. Compton, C Y. Rinkin and W. B.
Brown. I'evs. F. E. Shearer, of the Amer
ican Tract Society ; J. T. Willr, of the
Presbyterian Church ; C. 11. AttVrbaih, C.
J. Wigrin, A. I'arrall a.nd Dr. O. Gibson
were introduced to the Conference and in
vited to eeata.
BRir.HT'g Diss.\se of the Kidneyp, Diabetes
acd other di^eMes of the kidneys and iiver,
which y- n are bcincr to ffigbtened ibiut. Hop
Bitters h the only U.irg Wat will surely and
Fermaoestly prevent and esn. All "ether
prettnderl enrts only relitva for a tiioo and
thi-n make yon r^iiuy timcß wrrt«.
B&TH Lydfa K. Pinkham'a Vt ßetable Com
posed an j Blood Piii r u r (.re prepared at 223
find 233 Western avenue, Lync, Mi». Pries
of either, $1. Biz buttles for $5. Sent by
o:>il in the form of pilU, or of lozrage?, on
receipt of piic?, $1 par box fji either. Mr?.
Yin ihatn fntly answers f'j letters of inquiry.
Incloia 3 cent stamp. Sail for pamphleV
MeaUos this piper,

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