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SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
»AIL¥ 17XIO* tEKIE*- VOL. LTIH.-NO. «84».
tilll KKCO»U»BKRIEg-TOL.X«I.-I(©.4».:;
I'HE DAILY RECORD-UNION.
fatcrcd at Ute Pott Office M. Sacramento _i second class matter
PUBLISHED BT THE
Sacramento Publishing Company.
WM. H. MILLS, Ceaeral Majoajtcr.
Psblieailon Oflu, Third at., ket. J and K.
THK DAILY ttKr OKD-I KIOJT
lli—bUahad orerj day ol the week, Bandars exeevtod.
*Dr one year *S 00
Vcreiz mouths. S so
Forthree month* 1 00
Kdbocriben served by Carriers at Firms'
Cksts per week. Ie all Interior atlas and towns the
Bi;t-r can be had of the principal Periodical Itealus.
awetoen «.i,d Agent*,
Ad vrnMra Kates la Dally K*eord-i:nlon.
OneSquajci, 1 time $1 00
Oneß<iDarf. 3 times. 1 IS
One«<iu»re Jtlruem. 1 60
Bach additional time...... 10
lWeek. IWeeka. 1 Month
Half B^nare. Jit page IB 50 $3 60 (SOS
Half B ;;-<ut, 2<! p-jt;e 3 50 6 00 S 00
Half S-iuat-, aipage 9 00 4 50 6 00
Hair Hquore 4l!i i>age J 00 3 00 4 00
One : Square. !»t page. SM 100 TOO
O3eß<iti»K, BJi*«e 6 00 TOO 10 00
•Oae Square, M 1.14.-0 4 00 6 00 g 00
or.. Hjuare, 4lh page 3 00 4 00 6 00
Star Xot'c-e, to rolloYr reading matter, twenty-fire'
*er.t« a line tor e»ch Insertion.
Adndii •:■■:■. •( Situations Wanted. HrrasestoLpt,
Society M«f<tfna, etc.. of nn links or iebs, will b«
tnserwd It Vju lnnt Reoobd-Uhiok as follows :
Onetime JB cents
Thre* tlmi'4 60 cent*-
O=* w«. UtenU
oeTeu -oiwri j> to conttitute a line.
THK WEEKLY I NIOS
[Pubiirhet] In scmi-weeklr parts)
Is i— net*. ■■■ W,-.lr.i»Uy aud Saturday ol each week,
codpriglr.? Ki^-bt Ph?rt in each iuue. or Sixteen Page*
J »ch «■ k. acl is the cbearcst and most deauaM"
Vome, Kmm ud Literary Journal published on tan
fadfl.- or* t
Terms, On Yi-s* 82 E0
Runl- .'. ■ .i,l> Colon Advertising Bates.
llalf Square. 1 time $1 OC
Kaoh ad'lttioual time 6C
One Jiquart?, 1 tiaie , I 00
Bach additional lirao 1 00
WANTED, LOST AND FOUND.
AdTcrtUeiEenu of ftro lin« in this department are
Dscrted ?or 25 cjr.ts for one tana : three times for ffl
Sent* or 75 cents per week.
SITUATION WANTED— BY AN EXPERIENCED
lady as Nurse. Cm eive be*t of references
Apply at 1119 Tentli Btreet, bclw- en X and L. nr at
the Crangcra' Store, Tenth and X streets. oIT lw*
WANTED — TWENTY-FIVE WOMEN TO
work at canning. Apply to Capital Packing
Company, No*. 7? and 7fl Front street. oIS-lw
WANTED— MW.E: THRBC RANCH HANDS,
2 CookK, i w • ideaoppaia, t DmlrrTfla, Han
to Hrive S vi.i Tejm Female: Two Wonvn for
Launiirv. I Co .k. Women and Girls for Hou«work
(city and cjuiiT>). MASTER 1 * & CO., No. 1025
Kufhth street, b)-tween J and K. 07-tf
WANTED— THE BEST CANVASSER, LADY
or tenth ni:m, to b • found in this city, fur a
NEW BOOK, «' iih will sell in nearly every fam'lj.
A dfs ; r-*vb!e chime for the nzht party. <\i'l on
C. H. WHEELER, Western Hotel, Rooti 58, from
1 to 1 r. H. ols 3l*
W-NTED.
MALF.: :•, MILK KP.s; WAGES, ISO; ALSO, 6
ranch handr, 916 ; 2 treri 1 1 tn'lk and >nake
bntur. o; a bar <*-r to r«nt a shop ; 4 woodc': op
pers ; :i waiton, »S0 t . $.r> ; a man cook. Feiuak,:
J women o «*• $2t ; also, 6 jjirls for housework, *1^
to $20 : ?, jrirls to wiit and do chamberwork.
Atplv to HOUSTON & CO.'S Employment Office,
Fourth and X streets, Sacramento. * aulL< lptf
TO LET 0B FOB SALE.
«.'!▼ .•rtic*-i^:ji.:i of five lines in this department &ze
trae/t&u .or SS oaots for one time ; throe tluiea to? &0
eenw r;r Tt, oents pe* week.
SHKFP FOR SALE. IN LOTS TO
suit. FARMS and HOP LAMi t"«S?]^^
let. Apply t) DR. CAPLrs, T*.t t> VffHS3
miles east of Sicramcrti. 014-lm* mianJmA
ROOMS TO HF.NT-KURNISHKI) OR UNFUR
nished. at norths at etiroer of Eighth and SI
■Craata. [uquln on the premise?. 01-1-lw*
FOR SALE — A ■" *"Kt'l1 t M „., X
Sh-ip in tfood ru'inin^ or<kT.
Good house, rums, etc., at .Mi.-l;i' r^ii -jjjjj^^^^i
linr, Sacramento county. Apph to^SßC^S^^B
W. A. BROWN, on Ihe • remises, or by letter.
010-lm*
Qj) — ACKKS — SPLENDID WHEVT AND
O-wO *t ck naob, 250 acres of which i< fine
bottom, nr alfalfa land, situated tvfnty miV'S from
Sacrament); comfortiu'.e house, throe t xcelcut
Ursre barns, jjood living witrr. etc. Price very low.
Apply to T. L. A 1 JOCK, 904 Seventh strict, 3-crj
iii-iit-. atS lm*
FOB BALK- .- t AOa&8 OF NO. 1 LAND, 100
of wMdi i- <l -nl oraaar 1, nf,i,fi nr ;.<*i» land ;
700 bearing fruit tree?, li.OCfl youiiir frrape \i';cs,
asplendi-,1 dwel ing lioum; and Krt'e bain : eleven
miles f r* m BBCramanto anii ooa mm brom r;- isr aa.
Pee T. L. AC<H.'K, Ag-.tn, : 'i Seventh st. 622 lm'
O BLEARS HOT ■■!. — FIRST- CLA«S FUR
uishctl an'! nnfaroialMd rooms w Itt to gentle
men orfamilij 1 ' bjr tti ■ rbir, peaa r-r n-i tb 1018
Second str.- t, I .in;: J u.'J K. MKa. 11. W. OGQ,
PwprtetJ < au2-t.
FOR BALE.
For Salr- A fine t«o-?tory frame rlnelllng of 7
rooma, rim Uud Irtth rntrßi. <^s, hot an 1 c->!d
water. The lit n WariflO.wiHi stable in rear.
Price, {3,000. Term of payment very eapy.
For Sale— 2so acres of he.it wheat or alfal'a" land
one miii* from a shipping warehouse. Price, $S0
per acre.
For Sale— A neit one-gtory Frame Cottage, 4
ri»m^, all h:ird tiiiish-.-d ; lanre, high basement.
Lot 2.ix9 i feet. Price, JSfiO, one-half cull down,
balance uo time to suit buyers.
For Sale— 2o7 ncres ; improve)', well located
Koothiil I ";ir.;i ; pleltty *»f wat«r and tixber.
I (lea, J-'.'OO ; caiy ti :.m of payment.
For Salr — A h:mJsorpe ard well b.iilt on«
-story co tasre, four rooms aud h±ll, all hard
flniihed. Tne lot is a 40x80 corner. Price, ?l, COO,
one-balf c; ii do«n, balance on easy t.^rnis.
For S«lr— 4D acr. !■, fi\ miles from Sajrjme.ito ;
20 acres are a hearing vineyanl. Price, $'\5OO.
For Snl^ -Two full hocks (adjoining), h'^li and
rich land, with orchard and vineyard and alfalfa.
House and r: *m. Tile entire property i« offered
at a very low uric, mid on be paid for in instal
ment*.
For rtale— l2o acres of imnrnved Foothill Land
a ninnini; stre.m of clear, free water to ir
rijatc wi'h ; 2"> screa "f this firm are as rich arid
level as any in the valley.
For Snlr -One t.l'.ck of fino irirden land on rhM
front ; fn.e orchard ; house and barn. Pric?,
$3,500.
For Hal*— 250 arr ••, with improveme-.ts ; fine
Grain La.iH ; tboot 100 acres now plowed
Hunimcr fallow ; o;i!y 12 DVaaf from here; well
fenced ; *>iiK' oak tncber on this farm. Price,
only $5,000.
All till? and lots more O*R«_ STROBEL
will sell foa Hi-i .-nice is 3il J atnat,
tV Ho .-\ bMrafl Nr«nfllitirfl and Fire
In.uranro rtafta -..Ilrllnl ••} I AUL STKC
BKt. Vonr Kroker.
arXOKTJC^Sr TO XMO^k-DST.
82Ilptf
FOR SALE.
(1 T r.t\ AORr«OFLAND, LTIM FIVESjX
•_>• I \t\) mil) sc-i.-t of Marv-^ille : 2,i\« >^f
acres thi-*-^'! kaaba d and uniicr cultivation, ™"
the remainder crowing up in younu timber ; k'»<l
house, hams, arshu tr ,ate. The wwu has t : ie flnea
drinking waur i.i the valley. If uot wanted for
fariimi_', it is one cf the best stock ranches in the
;our.tv, an*, will be anU cheap enough to justify its
aaa tor stock i I aaloa |l*ea Ser.temtier 1, j
1882. Fur furti.o.r balonmUaa in'|uir».- of tlie >acra
mento Uank, 3a..Tamanto. CalUoruia. |\2S-lm
M OiMSY TO LOAW
OK EF'.L EStATC at A IX)W RATE OF IS
tcrvst. bj fTOm POHL 525 J street. aul7ff
<U. GRIFFITHS,
PENRYN
fiRiHTEWOEES
PEKKTX, CiU
rTIIIF. BEST VARIETY ANT.
£ X L»rfre»t Quarries on the
. - "leacific Coast. Polished Granite
Monuments, Tomlatones and Tablet* made to oriler.
(fUrinlK' Rallillas Slonc Cut. l»r«>»«ed
aad PolUb«l «n.»r«lfr. oil lnftns
Friend $t Terry
LUMBER
ESTABLISHED 1553.
SUC AF. PIKE, F £DW3OD,ORECON&TRUCKtE PINE,
At Wholesale and Retail, and
■aaafattared to Order at Ike Milk or the
Company.
Also D"on, Windows, Blinds Shakes, Sbinifleß,
Bolu and Tie*.
MAIN YARD AND OFFICE,
No. 1310 Second Street, near M.
BRANCH YARD,
ftner Twelftk * J an., Sacramento, CaJ.
aotf-tDOa
fIALE BROS. & CO.
OUR FANCY GOODS DEPARTMENT!
We have been calling your attention of late to every Depart
ment of our House -none more particularly than our FANCY GOODS
DEPARTMENT. This is not because it is lacking in merit-for we
have a large assortment, at bottom prices-but because our attention
has been called in other directions, and we feel that thia Department
is under such good management, and the assortment kept up so well,
that it will demand public attention and comment anyway. This
is a fact, and we noli it up as an example of what can be accom
plished, and how quick the public appreciate a stock that is thorough
in every particular. Ie fully demonstrates that trade is not obtained
by flashy advertisements and remarkably low quotations on paper ; but
that the people look for merit, and do their trading where they can
find the best assortment, and goods marked at a uniformly tmall
profit.
IX TOIS ISSUE WC »! I lUtr. TO CAIL YOCB ATTEXTIOX TO
KNITTED and MUSLIN
m
Til *
_^% i
In fact, W3 would like to speak of everything partaking t]
FANCY GOODS ; W, as neither space ncr lime will allow it we will
call your attention jhmcu'.nly to our line of
Knitted Underwear!
And trust jou will make it a paiot to examine.
IS THIS LINE WE llA\t PROBABLY
THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY!
And consists of COTTON, MSRISO, ALL- WO ft AND CASHMSRE.
I Tnere lines m make a specialty of and show in MERINO UNDERWEAR,
;from a low price garawnt to the highest grade of English, Patent
and Norfolk, and New Biunswick Gaod3, all of whica are exceptional
UNDERWEAR!
IS COMPLETE IN EVERY RESPECT.
We have large lines of WHITE and SCARLET (Medicated), of
the test California and Eastern makes, The " Reinforced Seam,"
in some of our garment?, is a new feature ; and we consider it an
I improvement worthy of commendation, ft has the smoothness of the
j full-fashioned, bat is muca rtroipr, making the garment jast as
i comfortable and more durable.
OUR FANCY COQDS DEPARTMENT
Fully shares in the great advantage wa possess, and the values
given at these counters will be found to be Equal to any in the house.
OEDERS BY LETTER, from the country, receive our immediate
and careful attention. A trial order solicited.
HALE BROS. & CO.,
829, 831, 833, 835 £ street,
— Asn—
1026 NINTH STREET, SACRAMENTO.
SACRAMENTO. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1882.
MISOELLANEOIJS^
Palmer & Sepulveda,
Northeast Corner Second and fi streets, Sacramento.
_^_— — —
Special attention given to Compounding Prescriptions-ac--^
curacy and absolute purity guaranteed. U
SCHOOL BOOKS!
SOLD AT IO WEST PKICES BY
ill Mv^^B_ A f IH IX p^B iff^BrTmarl il Ttl^j Ifmvfl f*'^^*j?l " "n ~^-i'
ENVELOPES (all sizes), a very large supply ;
WRITING PAPERS-the best In tha market;
BALL PROGRAMMES and MENU CARDS ;
PRINTERS' SUPPLIES, of all kinds ;
Choice line of VISITING CARDS.
Printing in All Its Branches !
Nos. 208-210 J street, : : : Sacramento.
m29-lpti
W. P. C OLE iVI AN ,
Heal Estate Salesroom,
I No. 325 J street, Sacramento, Oal.
■ .
ALL KINDS OF 0117 AND GOUtfTRY PROFERTT
____________
KEAL EBTATF. HOJ.D OX IXSTALLMF.XT PI.AX. | HOXEY TO LOAX I\ SFMS TO SFIT.
ml7-li'lv
'KE D ' MA" : ° '"' ' 'B^ 8 ! 3 '^^ f*Wl t^_l I NO- .V.'S J STREET.
UisuFicn kkr or o^^ MHiHa __■ jL W r^t ffj a sacramsxto.
I
mrianccun ah ljf| \f »», t^* machinery
V!rnl» ot Ki>\.-« <>v iriii'i jTIIJ _"•> " <_Ij ! — for—
and Madr to Ortlrr. | B=_^ ~»» F M \» oci» box FKISTIS6.
CAPITAL BOX FACTORY corner second and q streets
Depot 1 J SI.. beC. Front and Second (next door to W. R. StrOTfri: Co.) NICHOLB&CO. al7 lp«m
Sacramexto, July 11, 1888.
I take pleasure in recommending to my
friends and the public «f«f iieraily, " HAMMER'S
CASCAHA SAGRiDA BITTERS." They have
been of jjreat benefit to me.
Jf. R. HE ITII, Jeweler, B*2o J St., Sacramento.
i
SAN FBANCISCO" CARDS.
SAN FRAMCfSGO
Business Directory
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEIVIEHTa |
iirnrsr A. !•:<» l» «1 <'o — Manufacturers' A^entr, \
527 and 329 Market street
Raker A HRUjllton— lmporters of Airricnltnral I
Implements and Mw-cjwtre : Aifi nte of tho Meh
Asr'l Works. Junction Market, Pine and Dat lasts
ARTISTS.
Hon«eworth— Optician and Photographer, No. 12
Montgomery street. Estubhs'ied in IS6I.
BEI/TINO, H0513, ETC.
H. S. Conk— Manufacturer of Leather Belting,
Hj«c, Lacinjr, Biiliion Ba^?, etc., southwest corner
Market and Fremi-nt streets.
BUSINESS COLLEGE 3.
Pftrlile nn«>nn> • olli- :i .- h»<l Trlcs:rnphte
Institute — (Life Scholarship, f..r full Busiiioaf
Course, J7O). W. E. Chamberlain, Jr , and 1 A.
Hnbinson, Proprietor!!, No. 320 Post street, oppo
site Union Square, S. i., <.':. l. bond (or Circulars.
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
Studebaker Br<>». Mttnur.rturlnß To.— Re.
poeitory,3l Market sxreet A. .4. Isham, Manager.
CARPETS, OILCLOTHS, ETC.
Frank G. 1.<1«.-ir«l< !■•:-'' r and Dealer, No.
S2O Market street (Pl.t-lan's Bioik), San Francisco.
DRUGS, CHEMICALS.
Ju-tlln Kai«*.— Pioneer Druufiot, removed to 722
UorVcmery it., S. F. Country order* Boliciwv'.
EDUCATIONAL.
School Of CITII Kn^l'.rfl I. ;. Slli't r> 1/T|(
Drawing and Assaj-lng. ii Poet st. A. Van der Nai!ieu
HAT 3.
C. Romnan* <t To. — MAiiutacturers and Im
porters. No. 3^6 Ktarny «*t , 'iear Pino. Theflnost
hats at the lowest price*. FwAimf. 17 Beldcn et. I
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL. ETC.
Hiiw !<•> 1.-'i - ' lliMn.M,' Vo.~ Importer" of
Hare* a-aru aud AntaUton. Innilcments, No*. SOl,
»"'b, 305, 3UT and SW Market gtrccl, San Francisci.
Carolnn, ro-y A Co.— "rmportoni of Hirdvvari.-,
Iron and Su-el. Asrcnts f< r th j I'ittsburg: Strf.l
Wr.ik«, N. rthwestern HnrMe Nail Company, md
Southinirton Cutlery Co. Xos UO and 12-2 Front
street, and Nus. 117 and 113 California street
RESTAURANIS.
Swaln'i Family Bnkerr Had Dlntna
Salooa— No. 6JB Market street. Wedding (alt?,
Ice ci-eain, cysten. Jellies, etc., conatAutly en hw'.
Familieg supplied.
RUBBER AND OIL GOODS.
The Catta Prrcha and Enb^cr Maaufart
urinjf Company — Manufacturers of Hubber Goods
of every description. Patenteag of the celebrated
" Maltese f roas Brand" G;roolize.l Ho«. Coni'j
Flrut and Uarket gtrceu. J. W. Taylor, Managvr.
STATIONERS, PRINTERS, £TO.
H. S. Crocker A Co.— lmporting and Manufact
urlnsrStatlorors, Printtrsand LithoeTaphers, Ko»-
Ili, -'.7 and Hi Bush street, ncove Sansome.
BAORAMENTO REOORO-UNIQN.
tan Fr»Ml«fi) Offlrc, So. 8 &>w NontKooi
ery street (Palace Hotel).— J. H. a >arp«, Aicn:.
WTLCOX& WHITE OEGA NS
—AT WAUftOOkS or—
t~j_ _HC- »-■ -3k. T\nrvjri&% -Fy^
™ " -----.• -■ -r - rm- -v,~ <~.-wm_r , mmm V|
I*. KM 4 trtet,- Sacrament*
MT Bold on the tnttillmmt plan. Orders for
TCMINO promptlr attendtd to. au*3 tpla
FBUHg, SEEDS ABDPBODPaE.
D. DEBP^NARDI & CO.
General Commission Merchants,
AND
i WHOLESALE UB KETIIL DEALERS
Tropical, California!! aid Oregon
FRUIT AKD NUTS;
Kullrr, !-:-. I'oii ltry, C-nir, Ilunry,
VEGETABLES, FIsH, OYSTERS, ETC.
t3T Country orders promptly attended to. "^J
Son. .tBS and »1O X »ir<»«-». Baeramcnta.
riaiptf
<E»Ubllghed !v" ■.>
■UaiKl 3. aRBOORT. ?H\NK SRB3ORT.
GREGORY & CO.
(Successors to J. Gregory),
COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND WHOLESALE
Dealers in rRoDI'CE AND FIUIT.
N.m. IJ6 and 188 J M.-eet.
821-lpif Sacramento. Cal.
a. Mooesß. ■• o«u»«.
S. GERSON & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MESCIIANTS, AND
Dealers tn
■mported aad Domrstle Frnltx, Tescta*
birs, N-t. , Mr.
No. 2JO J rtrwit, belwoen SoconC nrt Third, Sacra
manlo.
, 1
LYON & BARNES,
f^iOMMISfcION MEKCHASTa AND DEALERS IU
2>rodnee. Vegetsolea, Batter, Rex»< CJieees,
Pcultry, Green and Dry froitg, Honey. Beans, cxi
ALFALFA SEED'
aW Potetott Id ■_>!•-< lots or less.
au'iS-lptt Kng. 21 and 23 J Wre*',.
FRUIT DEALERS,
/TAVINO BF-.OVED TO MORE COMMODIOUS
Ji fi_ premise*, w bava enlarjred cur stock. We
otfsr yon cho c Appies, free from worms, Lemons,
Limed, Oraujea, Dried Fruits, Nut*, Dates, Camitd
GvHite, etc., at very low prices.
11. T. PIIEWnR & CO.,
100« to 1010 S*concl rtrett, between J and X, Sacra,
mento. auM-tf
W. R. ST»ONQ & CO.
fiiolesala Commi-ston MeFGbanta
4:0 S.IALBP [B AU. KtKOS C 7
t'AXIFOSVIA SIiF.EKi 4>D TH\'.7tt itSXXIi
NVTS, HON-ET, SEED
Aad tfum;t Mcrcitaiidiae.
tfT All orders promptly attended >c. A idrosa :
V. R. STKONG ft CO.,
auB-lplm No«. 0, 8 and 10 J strcot, Sacramento.
TO BARLEmOWERS.
£ FPLL StPPLY OF THE CELEBRATED
j^i^ and prolific
WOODS' SIX-SOWED BARLEY,
Can now be procured for feod. Averafe yield, 125
hu&nels per acre, and wciehs ten pounds more per
bushel thiu any other birley; very superior for
brewing ; docs not fall doarn or 10-life. and stools
mjre than any other known. Call uprni or address
Bi>OTH & CO.,
g-27-lptl Front street. Sacramento.
STAR MILLS AND MALT HOUSE,
lUXBOrRG A LACES,
NOS. 60. 52 AND 54 FIFTH ST., BACRAMENTO,
dealers in Produce and Brewers' Supplies, Man
ufacturer* of Malt and all kinds of Meals ; Oatmeal,
Commeal, Cracked Wheat, Graham Floor, I'.uck
wheat Flour, etc New Grain Bags for sale. Agent,
or Buckeye Mill. Flo-.-, -Urysville. _ul7-lp
MISCELLANEOUS.
||i^^"THE GREAT
VOSBt
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest-
Gout, Quinsy, Sera Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, B;:rns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted
Feat end Ears, and all other
Pains and Xshes.
No Preparation on earth equals Pr. Jirnra On
as a safe, sure, simple and cheap Extern*-
Keraedy. A trial entails but t?ie comparaiirelj
Irifiing outlay aff 50 Cents, and er*ery one &uff?ripg
vith jmiu can haTo chenp anil positive prujf of iv
claims.
Directions in THeT-n Lanjuages.
Eoh2 BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALEEP
IN MEDICINE.
A. VOGELJER & CO.,
Maltimore. Md.. U. 8. •_
HOTEL UANGHAM.
/^ORNER FOURTH AVu l, STREETS, ACRA
nitnto — Strictly flrst-cla*3 : on tne Kiiropeau plan.
T. D. Scriver's Carriages wil! Uke all passengers free
of charge from De|K»t to Hotel.
sUpln.' TKBHY <V CO., Mziartn.
UNiON HOTEL.
Cjr^n:;D AND X STItEKTS, eACRAJJF.NTO,
kO Cm. Boodh. 50 cex-.ii aad ?1 per diy. Spccla!
tat** by the month. BUliart'3. cboicj liquors acd
dsars. Hot luucb daily from il A. v. till Br. K.
W. O. ("JO*") BOWSRS,
81-<plm Prosrittor.
GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL,
COKSF.R HKVCHW AND X STItEKTS SAC
raruento. — "*-|t rin-l la every respect. lh«
ILargiwt, Kiuesi and BHt-Tanttbttad i!otc! iv ti o ( >. v
EUTES-?3, %i 50 and ft j*r day, acanrd'nff to
roou. Fret Eiu f-o xnil from tho !ii'...l.
J. McNASSKK Oate oi Dev.ver),
aai-4plm Proprietor.
RESTAURANT DE FRANCE,
A»yy X STREET, ADJOISISO »£»
-*^i I the Metropolitan Theater. xJjfc^ ' »
LJandsumc Pri\ .t ! Ruoma f ir parties,
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[Communicated 1
CLEAR AND SIMPLE.
A Plain Statement About Hallroad Freight
and Fare Eegulatlon— Striking Illustra
tions of Immutable Commercial Rules
No qaenion is bo much talked about and
co little understood aa that of railroad freights
and fares. It is a problem all h&ve glanced
at, many stodied, and none really solved.
Because of its fever-changing character— the
exigencies of to-day necessitating a modifica
tion cf the plans of yesterday— men who have
made its Btudy the business of a lifetime are
not sati,fied with, the results of their labor.
Its expatsions and amplifications are so great
that they are astonished at the m»Knitude of
the undertakine. It is a science like that of
mueic or astronomy— only those who have
karacd the most havo a reU : zing sense of
how much there ia yet to learn. The rren
and newspapers eaying the most about it are
the ccea that least understand it. Koolu rush
in where acgtlj fear to tread. The most ex
perienced railroad men study for weeks,
sometimes for months, on the classification cf
a titgle article, while almost auy i.ewgpr.per
or Btun>p speaker will settle the entire fire
&Ld freight rates of a whole railroad system
in a few moments.
THINK 01" ITI
The mmagera of a railroad muih, before they
can h'x the cfcargfs fjr moving au article,
kuow how much of it thera is likeV to be
handled ; if ie will come in large or email lots ;
its liability to damage itself or other goods ;
the care it wBl require ; the distance to be
baulsd ; ita grad£S ; if tha loaded cars will
move in nne direction and return empty ; if
it is to be sored, aud the time, labor and
room required to store it; the class cf cars
necessary to movt, it ; the weight and bulk ;
the valu?, as a means of determining the
amount of rit-k incurred ; together with many
other items uf iuf»rmatiun, ail a 9 espenti&l to
the protection of the bhipper as for tho secur
ity of the cinier.
The popular idoa of operating a railroad is
to limit faio and freight rates to co much per
mile, regardless of the distance traveled, or
the value, character or quantity of the ma
terial moved. No railro_d
EVEB WAS OR EVES WILL BE
Operated on this plan, and no business in the
world can be successfully conducted on such
abasia. A railroad has transportation serv
ice (or sale, and it sells it just as a telegraph
r uip »i.y sells reports or a haberdasher Bells
tape — the more miles, words or y-irda yru
purchase the less you pay in proporti >n to
the amount purchased. You c:ii.'t buy ten
words of news report &a cfceap per word as
you can bay ens thousand worifc ; you can't
buy ten yards c f tapo a« cheap par yard r.s
you can buy a thousand yurdsc, nor can you
fchip a ten of freight oae mile on a railroad p.s
cbesp as you cm move it cue thousand miles.
The SAme bu^inesj rules govern the ihrte
\rai!Biic'i '.-I.'. The price of ei:cli aiticle de
creafen In proportionate ratio wilh the in
crease in the arucuut purchased. The propc
i-itios tbit the greatest; good to the greatest
ijum'er wili ba secured by nx'rg the maxi
mum charges of a railroad at a low figure is
■» popular failacy noi sustained by experience.
Tne weli-un'ieretood and uciversr-lly-admit
ted fact that hvh raaxiinnnoß insure low
nvnimuins will be sppr.rcnt to acy iaiellisent,
iair-miodnd man who gives the matter a little
th' ughtful attention. It must be borne in
mind that r:»ilrf adiog very strikingly resem
bles all other business in fact, that
TO BE SUCCESSFUL,
The receipts must e qual the expenditures. If
a railroad charges a high rate for narryirg
articles comiug under the head < f f-miici, it
can I'iii-ril, and d es ; if. r.), to move the »mj.
utriet nt life at a less east than wuu'.d bo pos
sible if prohibited from charging a higher
figure on the Crst-naiEod clasa of gouds. If
it oofcts fifty cents per mile to move a ton of
ti'ks, the teneral public U not so seriously af
fected as if it cost ten cents per mile to movs
a ton of catton cloth. You scp, the silk of
Mrs. Shoddy, who U well able to pay, a?jihta
in reducing the freight on the calicj cf Mrs.
Jone?, who his no mnney to throw away. A
high maximum on Mr. Sport's 2:10 trotter
enables farmer Smith to get hia rr.u'eß over
the road on a low rtioimum. If the read in*y
u°e a h ; gh maximum on A's car-load cf im
ported branr y. it can afford to load the re
turn c^r with I>'« whest at a Inw minimum.
And so on through tbe entire. list of article^
that make up tbe traffic of a railrosd. The
"extras" are made to pay a part of the cost
of moving the st>i>les. TLe masees, to whom
a l')«r miuimum U all-important, n.nst keep
in sight tho unalterable truth that if tho road
is forced to haul A's brandy at three cents per
mile, it cannot aff . rd t > move B'a wLeat at a
mucti lower rite.
TH^ SAME FiXED BUHUUSa R"LES
Govern in the valua clx«ih';atinn of f;ooda
accepted by tho carrier. An iutur*nce com
pany charges ia proportijn to tie ri>.k as
.-■:;;u il. So dors a railroad. The inmrance
company is liahla fur the loss snetninc d. So
is a railroad. To kili Mr. Sport's 2:10 trotter
will cost the compnny more money t'.:an to
kill farmer Smith's mules. The preu.ium
must be proportionate with the risk assumed.
The loss if a c*r-load cf ei'kn is followed with
a heavier I ill < f damages than for the loss of
a car-load of calicos. Oa acid a : i_'i rate is
charged, je'. a few years ago the damage to
other goods by the breokisg of a carboy of
acid cost the Central Pacih-j more money
than it has ever received for in .viug that class
of freight.
Discrimination cf vaii-us kind* ia charged
against the California roads. Tney -.■::;
simply to have adopted the rules and customs
of the oldest and most popular reads of the
Kast. It is a rule of trade aa old es trade
iuelf. that you can purchase a large quantity
at a discount on the pries charged for a small
quantity. Si with a taiiio-d. It can zB rd
t > move a thousand tons fur lees per ton than
it c»n move ten tons
THERK ARK REASONS,
Too, why its rates are seemingly dinpronor
tionate with the Mario* rendered. The rea
son your taiU r does not charge you $'>0 for r
suit if clothes ia because he km Wl you r»n
get tbe same kindtf a tuit next door for $BQL
If the railroad L'nvfs a ton of goods from
San Franci-co to, let us cay, L s Ang^hs at
a proportionately le^s rate than it deliver*
the same quantity of goods at some.pcint
riarer tbe place of shipment, it ia Iwciuse
Los Ar.."-U i has another route 1 y which the
goods miy be delivered at the same rate t>t
which the railroad delivers them. If there
was no n?x v . door yem would pay >»>0 fir
the suit of clothes ; if there was no compet
ing loute I. Ar.gele* would pay «» tl c
towns havirg no o:her route pay. My frierif's
at points alocg the Southern Pacific rofid,
notably those at Balersfield, omplain that
thoy are charged more, in propr.rticn to the
distance from San Franci-m, than are th?
people at L-s Aneeles. For the sakn oi
argument, and for that cn!y, 1 will adftiit
thi-y are H charged. It would be a vi( lati )n
of the ru-inees rules of all railroads and ;dl
common carriers if they were r.< t.
COMI'STITION C MI'ELS
The railroad to discriminate in favor of L's
An^f-lep. liakerstield iH L"t discriminated
against. Lx Angeles being a competitive
point is discriminated in favor of, Oi>\y tlii»,
and n thing more. If KikeTsSold was the
terminus of iheroad its ritrs w<nld be tho
same ai now. Circnmntancee cimael r>-il
roarla to discriminate in favor ot placi-, bat
no i ■ i. bin v.i. ii of c-in nui tai.i-r • impel them
to dherlmlnata sgain t pUcec Ttiii is an
o'ber f;ict that i-hculd be kept well in ►i.,1.t
by tho-e who wiu'd fee thini!» as they a; c,
nnd hold fast ! o the ii<ht. L s Angelei has
wa^r rf.ute which enables htr to s«y to tht
railiosd, you u:ay c*rry my freight if yon
will do it f(-r »->much; if you do not eccpt
the-e t.frn.B I will thip I y the water rente.
While Is»kerftitU lias no competing r<nte It
will be rrquirtd to pay a reasonable comi en
«ati<m for the s<rvice rendered. I as«ume her
rate to be only fair for these reisnne : The?
road i* long, and its ra'rontge iobigbifa'caLt.
yet the tariff it but a fraction in excees ft
that charged by Kastern roads that move a
thousand tous w. ere this road moves >cc
hundred pounds. Ia the matter of
PASSE^GIR FARE,
About which there is much said not euft-.ined
by tbe fact*, a f.-w ilhi<tratiou« wili explain
mv tneaniDg : Between San Francisco and
bikerffitld, 314 mile«, the rate on ruurd-tiip
tickets is but a fi action over 4 centa p^rmil-.
Thfru is but r,no pvwecgfr tri»H e*ch way
per day, and the travel ia eice d'ngly Hiht.
N w, notice the conirsnt: Between New
York *cd Wafciiugton, 'J3O miles, the rate ii
Z\ cent< per mile ; between New Yo:k »cd
}J >ltimore, IS3 milea, 'i\ cents ; between New
York and Hart "ord, 110 mUf<-, 3J cents
(J.-er the first of these roada then- are ma 56
trains daily ; over tho second 48, and over
the third SO. Any one el these routes carries
more pas-enjer* in one d»y than travel be
tween Baken field and San Fiascitoo in
fi»« years. If 4J cents pir mile Uan
extortionate charge en % road that
h.i so little patronage, pays high wages
to its employes, and pays from 17 to $9 per
VOLV.UK XVI-XSVBCK 51.
ton for its fuel, what fehall be siid of roadi
having a heavy traffic, paving email w»ges
and getting their fuel for 75 cents per ton ?
Between the two large*!, cities of P^arope— -
London and Park— the distance is 283 mile»,
and the rate is a fraction below 5* cents per
mile. The through and local travel over this
mute is immense, yet its rate is but one-tenth
n a cent per mile less than it is on a single
fare between San Francisco acd Bakerefield,
These figures indicate that my anti-railroad
mends could tind
A ISBOADEB FIELD
For the exeicisa of their peculiar talent at
the Eist or over in Europe. Here is another
fact that must not ba overlooked : Some of
the Eastern mads I have mentioned are lo
cated in States having an average of 250 peo
ple to the rquare mile ; our roads are operated
in a Sta'e tnat has Itss than live people to the
st/uart mile. These Eastern roads have a
volume of business nearly 3,000 per cent,
greater than the Oaliforni* r?ads. Here the
essential btuiocES principle r'.mn in agaiß.
The greater the volume of traffic the lower
the micurmm rate necessary to successful oo
eration. The enforcement of thu resolution
recently adopted by the Railroad 'Jommia
eionera will work disaster to the short lino
roads. Thtir limited patronage renders it
utterly impossible to operate them at a uni
form la'.e of four cents per mile for passen
gers. They have do alternative but to bouse
their locnuotive), acd to stop the train
is simply to destroy the property.
It will rff-ct the loDg roads mere
directly in their way-station tunning,
and 1-ere I may say that to compel compli
ance with the fonr-cent-per-mCe iu!e tX wsy
ttations v simply to exact services and deny
con oeneation. The cost of stopping and
starticg an ordinary paeeecger train ia con
siderable—several dollars at least— and in
niiia ca«ea out of ten the compensation for
this service would cot exceed sixty cents. If
thU low maximum proposition is ap
plied t» fieightp, the rule will
ba reversed and railroads will be
forced to carry the luxuries at the
expense of the necessaries. The enforced
low rate on the few articles on whicb a high
rate is now permitted wiil necessitate an ad.
vaccson the rate of the many staples pro
duced or consumed by the masses on which
the pre<ent low minimum prevaiK Bear in
miud that if a railroad must not charge more
ILan the actual cost ot srrviee in the trans
portation of the luxuries of tho few it cannot
charge lees than
THE COST OK SEIiVICE
In the moving of the necefsities of the many.
If the one-twtntieth part of a railroad's traffic
isratei at a low maximum, tha cioeteen
twtntietha mußt be rater! at a higher mini
mum. In the manufacture, or sale, or con
sumption of the one-tweLtieth not one-twen
tielh of the people are in the tightest degree
concerned, while the remaking Linttesn
twentieths aro the prcQEC2rs or c;n»uiurr3
or both i<f '-he r.inetten-twenti.tlis of the
traffic on wi.ich the c.st of transportation
must tecessanlv ba r.uaed. Thin the immut
ablo butiuesi piicciples governing ihe tradn
(^f the civilized world present them
??lve3 in tha oieratirg cf a railroad.
A railroad depends nnon the pcoile
fur its pa'ronage. Their interests at 6 i'.s'in
terests. It must ecc>,ijroge ard asaiafc the
furmsr asd the msabetanr, the mr:cb&nt
acd the miner, the producer acd the coc
-B'imer. From the im.r uf iictnring acd pro
duuicj< industries come i:s volnow cf traffi_,
its business and its profit.". I? creates
btißinesa for itself by making it pcs^ible for
o'.hers to create business, acd hence it is that
the greater portion cf a railr-xid'a patronage
fa acquired cm terms dictated by the shipper,
who says : " I cen produce this article here
and sell it at a print ym iKr, if you will move
it at these rates.'' Bjth the busiuets and its
patronage dfpatd upin the acceptance of the
terms, aud they are accepted. The Granger
warehouse at Prrt Coeta, the manu'actories
growirgupin O^klauJ. and the new indus
tries being established ihrnugbout the State,
aie living illustrations of thU tiuth.
Toe utility of a railroad as a pub ie benefac
tor is f<uud not in the ucsustained assertions
of a vicic.ua newspaper, but in the prcspeiity
of its patrons. Its use as a deveL>p»r, civil
izer and wealth-creator, is learned, not from
ihe deceptive echoes of political campaign
thunder, but from the proving popula'-ion
acd the itcressing viluet — ah 6,hown by the
tax-rolls — oi the ctuntry through wLich it
iuls. B.
METHODIST CHURCH SOUTH—APPOINT
MENTS.
The cnnual Conference of the Methodist
Church South, at San Francisco, after se
lecting Colusa aa the place for holding the
next sessioD, made the following appoiut
meats :
.San Francisco District — P. M. Feather
stun, P. E ; San Francicco — St. Paul's, J.
C. Simmocs ; California-street, T. If. B.
Anderson ; Stockton, J. T. Howard ;
Woodbridge, B. 11. Kneerll ; lone Mission,
J. P. U'.bertß ; Gait, P. M. Staten : Moan
tain View, J. 11. Hutton ; Sinta Clara,
•Samuel Brovtn; San Jo"c, George Sim;
Gilroy, I. L. Hopkins : Holliaier, W. M.
Winter- ; Salinas City, J. K. I". Price ;
Tres I'incs Mission, M. M. Gaugh ; lale
tou, to be supplied ; Otk Hill, to be sup
plied by F. M. Adan : Sacramento, H. W.
Featheretan ; Oakland, to be supplied ;
Goliad, J. Onwdl ; 0. P. Firigerald, ed
itor of Nashville Christian Advocate,
Santa Rosa District — \V. .1 Mahon, P.
X. ; Santa Rosa Staiion, C. Y. llanklin ;
Santa Ho«a Mission, M. C. Field ; l'eta
luma, A. L Hunsaker ; Henldsburc, I>. T.
Belvel ; Anderson Valley Motion, K. H.
Robertson ; Klmira, J, M. AU.inann ; Pot
ter Valley, S. W. D-ivia : Lik* port, P. F.
Page ; Rookrilk, L. C. K»nfro ; Westport
MissioD, J. M. Overton ; Winters, R F.
Alien; Ukiah, W. F. Compton ; L, I>.
ilaje?, snpernummary ; W. A. Finley,
President au! agent of Pacific Methodist
College, and S. M. (..oil ley, Professor of
Natural Sciences; M. B. Sharlirough, Sun
day school agent.
Culusa D.sttict— Jame3 Kt-lsjy, P. E. ;
C'oluna Station, T. A. Atkinson ; li. C.
Howard, supernumeiarv ; Yuba City, L.
R. Featturstun ; Wheatland, G. H. New
ton ; Audcrscu, M. V. Howard ; Bigea
Mission, to he supplied ; Chico Station, J.
H Collins ; Chioo Circuit. W. U. Bjoker ;
Willows and Eik Creek, T. J. Alexander ;
Perm Valley, J. C. lVndergaat ; Princeton,
T. C. Barton ; Arbucklo Mission, D. If.
Rice ; Maxwell, A. L. Paul ; Knight's
Lindmg, J. (!. Shelton ; MiUville, to be
supplied by J, Ezra ; Orland Miftion, J.
II Ward ; Red Bluff, W. H. Howard ;
Fall Rivtr Mi*sion l to be supplied.
Mreed District— J. ('. Hyden, I. E.;
Merced, B F. Burrio ; \iKalia, J. C. C.
Harris ; I. Moore Mistion, Edwin Palmer ;
Mariposa, Joel Hedgepeth ; Anttlt<i>e Mis
sion, W. D. Taylor; Fnsrio Sia'ion, T. L.
Duke; Fresno Circui*-, \V. H. Cjoper ;
Woodville, to be supplied by A B. (Jill ;
Souora, Henry Neate ; Lindcu, A. AiUm ;
Modesto, W. P. Andrews ; Lib BaßOi Mis
sion, I*. N. Blaukenship ; Midcra, .1. H.
Neal ; Kin^bbnr t ', A. li. J{earn» ; Plains
burg and Hopeton, R. A. Sawrie.
Transferred — Clinton Clcmiy to the Ten
nessee Conference ; J. S. Clarke to the 1,08
Angelts Conference ; J. W. Atkinson to
the North Ttxas Conference.
, ,
Tlie Vrtka Journal says : It i» t~ ported
on good authc rity that ttie Central Pacitic
< )iupany has offered Biiley, of LiwerSod*
Springe, in Shasta count y.r.ear the S.tkiyrn
line, the sum of .520,000 for his lands. It
is thought the company want his properly
and tpriogs to buiM up a great summer re
sort, when the railroad is finished to that
point. The offer of §20,000 for the Mrs.
Fellows and Clil Lanphier property at
Strawberry valley, is also believed to have
been accepted, and that arrangements are
in progress for transfer of the same. The
railroad company will tot probably put on
an extentive force btfore nrxt spring and
summer, at which time General Cidwala
der tells settleis along Sacran-.ento river
there will be from three to five thousand
men set at work. The putv yors have
mapped out the whole country between
Redding and Shasta valiev, Ucated the
bai!dirg route, and established the con
nections with the stage run) and rcw roads
to be used tor hauling railroad material.
A wagon road on the proposed line has al
ready been built to Spriog crtek, 10 milea
above Redding, wheie 150 to '200 men are
constantly employed in culvert wcrk, road
building and general preparations to extend
track north of Redding.
m♦ — ■
" Th« fanrera all ray thst for man and
beat they fiorl notrinp *<m»l to St. J«» b «
O;U" wrius Hon. S. H. Yodtr, Globe Mill*.
Pennsylvania.

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