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THKJHILY RECORD-UNION.
THIKsUAT OCTOBEK l», 188t
M- ie.ir«i»Kirtti Obaerrattraa — Takes at
BICBa! -".-illou at the Itat Moment.
8 ■■•■il'psm, October 13, 188*— 8:04 r. M.
.«»*,«. i? r ill h\n .~;l,
j_a_ : JHt : His ]_£
O ympia 30.15*7 S. W. Lizht. . .45 Fair
PorUand.... 30.2G50 Calm UaJm.. 1.57 Uear
Rojeburg... 30.20 57 B.W. U*ht. Clear
Mendocino. . 50.1558 K. 18 Fr.-sh . ... Clear
Bod Bluff... 'SO. lS Gt X. i.Uht Clear
S*crameato.lM.lo 65 N. K. I ijrht Clear
S.Fr&ncisoo. »0. 10 06 V. W. 7 Kresh Clear
Vi»alu (30. '8*7 Calm Clm Clear
L * Anueleo. 30.037* W. 7 Fresh Clear
San Diego. . |50.02 08 X. E. 6|Fregh Clear
'■'iximtiu: temperature, 74 ; minimum ;>i
River above lew-water mark, 8 feet 8 inches.
A fall of C inches in pist 24 hours.
JAMIiS A. BARWICK,
.-' -fit .nl, Signal Ocrpa, D. b A.
Weather Probabilities,
WASHraoTOT, Oct jber lsth —Indications for Cali
fornia : Fair weather.
S&COHD EDITIOH.
A secuui <a.iUon ot the RaooKD-UaiON Is issued
each day at 2 c. a. bringing the Eastern and coaat
news up to tlia', 'lour. By this arrangement th
Raoo&s- Jhion will present the latett news obtain
tble at all points east uid uortii of Sacramento.
rhe regular morning edition of the RacoKD-Umos
Is carried bf ciurnlnc trains, and is ahead of all
competitors hs Jar north as Chico, on the California
-and On." ii 'Uilroml ; west to Be nidi, and south to
Stociton, and «a«t to Colfax, Folsum and Placer
<i\le acd all intermediate places. The second edition
flatter will tit found each day upon the third page.
THIS MORNING'S NEWS.
In New York Government bonds are quoted at
119J for 4s <A 1007; llifj for 4Ja; 101J for 3ja ;
■cerlinsr, $4 Sll@» 86 ; silv.r bars, US'.
Silver In Loudon, 51 15-16J ; consols, 101 3 16d ; 6
per ctnt. United Stales bonds, extended, 102 ; 4s,
121} ;« K lit*.
In San Francisco half dollars are quoted at J ■11a
eount to par ; Mexican dollars, 9U@92 centa.
Mining stocks were fairly active in San Fr&rjcisco
yesterday morning. Prhes showed a genera! im
provement orer the beat rates Tuesday. The gain
was from 6c to 7&c i*r share. Exchequer sold at
60c, a Kain of 100 per cent. The apprecia" ion runs
all al jrtsr the C> mistook lode.
Chsulcs P. Thompson l.a< been nominated for
Congress by the Democrats of the Seventh Massa
chusetts District.
The remains of Fanny I'arncll atrived at Phila
delphia yesterday morning, and were taken to New
Y'.rk in thu evening, whence luev will be convejed
to Boston.
A lamp r\)il<Mi'i.i p.t Morvsvi le damaged D. J.
Coouey's hna-ie to the extent of JICO.
T.i« OmkMba o f tho l'hiiteenth New York
District have immlrn'.cl s. Tripp for Congress, and
in the First District Harvey Mosham.
Joseph Hart was rua over and killed by an engim.
near Nelson, Buttc county, Tuesday night.
Caiet Wiiitmker is out in a card in a Charleston
piper urging the colored pjople to support the Dem
ocratic purtr.
John McFaria^ w:-s foun.l leal in bed it a hotel
iv San Fnuoo |«tarfa) me. ruing.
'-'be DnlraradM ' ••■"'■rii Convention i^semb'.ei at
Philadelphia y. s'crd^v, about 1,000 churches beh:«
represented.
Lyman C. j,.0 lim I. •. -I aoaiaatad for Congress
by the BasubUoaas ,[ r, c | „irt!i Cxinecticut Dis
trict.
The !;,.■ ..:„•:„, of thn 'IWfth Massachusetts
Dislri.:' b v oontaaj I o<; .ri-e D. Uobiueou fcr
Onagm
At Baddrek. N. j., j.j,tu.-,l i-, , Joseph B. McDon
ald fatally shot Jani.-i On wli».
The Evan>e:iei! l.uth m B^nod of Pennsylvania,
Ohio, Virni i:-, Wen Vagfana, Maryland, Indiana,
Illinois. HMrigaa, Wti ,:, it. „,,1 s ew Jcraoy is in
eeusion at all cfcaojr C ty, Pj.
Tlie Qjrncd >.: the North »•.■<! German Rcf.rmed
Church is in Maion at fimlnlßß. Ky.
Th'i annual session of tlu Brotherhood of Loco
motive Engineers is being held at Loui,ville.
J. W. Doanc declines the Democratic nomination
for Conjresa in the first Illinois District.
The I'rohibttionUU of Jersey City have nominated
Isaac lailon for Cougross.
Cckrell, ihe St. Louis editor who killed Slayback
has been arreeted on a charge of murder in the sec
ond degree.
Henry I: rrooUa, NJ years old, acrijentally Bhot
and seriously wounded himself near Merced last
Monday.
A flouring mill was liurned at Minnesota City,
Minn , ycslcnliy, cimini,' a loss ot $70,000.
The Kcpubiicina of Shasta, Si.-k you, Modoc and
Trinity counties have nominated A. B Carlock for
Joint Senat r.
Henry Mull' r wai dangerously subbed at Santa
Barbiri, Tuwlaj pvi-ni.ig, by Jose Mori 10.
Cholera continues to decrease at Manila, the deaths
now ouly averaging four daily.
A party of dwfcsa UHlbujS a'Ucke! sn express
train at Lihin, K» , yestu diy, but did not succeed
in killi«!£ a ,v of tbe i»
Sixty JJorinon missi .-hi tries pfllll through Chey.
enne, VVjo., y> rtcifdty, b iuud for Kur«»pe.
Tlie Gran.l Km- .ni{.:n :it, I O. (>."'., a<<j u rued
sine die at San Fraactaa rcatuday afterno m.
Frank (;iiecn, proprietor ol ihe Sew York Clipper,
died yesterrtay at Poiladelpbta.
At Buffa! i :;. V, tfur balkiting il". -imcs, the
Rcpublica ■ .lii'ticiil Cesvmtiai nominated L. L.
Lcvi, tot •'.!•;..■: of the Su, r.:ino Curt.
Fourteen r.f tLo crew of tlu steamor City of Ant
wt r,i. n .■ n'h sunk in a collision, were dro.vu. fl.
The DamoeraU oi the Fifteenth Pennsylvania
District hay i.ml i (lev. A. Pe&t for Co- 2re."S
A State Convention of the Young Ifao'l Christian '
A's iciali >n lic,-an at Sin FraiicUco yes' cru»y.
Tlie first train crossed tho new briJue over the
Missouri riv. r at Bismarck, D. T , yesterday.
A serious acc'.deut occurred on the Albany and
SupqUthanru Railroad yesterJav.
NO PLEASING THEM.
The anti-railroad organs are perfectly
furious because the Railroad Commission
did not act upon Commissioner (.'one's
order fixing the rate of passenger fares at
four cents a mile, without any inquiry.
The Chroiiil* is really unable to under
stand how the Com'nisMoners can have had
the bad taate to deoiinti its rabid and irre
sponsible vaiiorin^s as evidence. Being
itself acemtomed to manufacture the cvi.
dencc ur.< n --vhich i: is te form its concin
aions, it it at a loai to comprehend how
anyone else cau fail to prefer this simple
and eaiy method. What it wanted was
that the Kulroad Commission should
arbitrarily adopt the four-cent reduc
tion without knowing or seeking
to know anything abiut the equity '
of it, or concerning its effects upon either
public or c >rporato interest*. It is worth
while to pels! out that this is precisely the
kind of p;)irit in »Lioh the localled
"Granger" legis'atioa was undertikcn.
»nd that all legislation undertaken in that
spirit has proved futile. I; is certain also
that if the Uvilroad Cornmisei^n had
adopted (,'jne's resolution without iuquirv,
a-id if it had proved disastrous to the
public, the Chronirb- would have been
the tirst to turn round and abuse the Com
mission for acting without any inquiry. It
is, further, very apparent that if General
Stoneman had not been the Democratic
candidate for Governor he never would have
become a target for the OkrmtiiUt abuse ;
though he probably has deserved severe
censure for hia demagogisra in the Kiard.
And it is awkward for the CJironieU that
Doyle and Ston?man are so intimately
bound together by their official record as to
make it imposs'ble to praise one without
approving the other, or to censure one
without condemning tho other.
The Helena Ilfrald says : "' California hu no\r
in Monttna Territory a numerous representation of
commercial meu taking crders fir rartirjUr lines
of poods which th i markets of that Stite can bj'.Ur
and m re satisfactorily supply than those of the
East. This circumstance is accounted for by reason
of the arriniement recentiv entered into by the
Central md Uuioa Pacific author ties by which ill
shipments fiom terminal points i n California for
Montiai are admitted over tbe Itah and Northern
Rjiir -a 1 at the same raUs as c w-is of like class
from Omaha and othtr points Eist. "
m »
\y. lick«n county, sou-.hera Oreym, stock
•tealinsr h w bcoome so prevalent that owners have
proposed the formation of a society to protect stock
Interests and pn; a stop to tattle stealing
The readiest and best way to find uut what futtue
duty will be, is to do present duty. j
THE CHICAGO "TRIBUNE" MAKES A
MISTAKE.
United States Railroad Commissioner
Armstrong has been unable to verify the
reports of rail. , ad abuses in California,
and has said aa much in hia report.
Whereupon the Chicago Tribune take* him
to task, saying that " his utterances are in
"remarkable contrast with the unanimous
"drift of recent legal decisions, and will
"certainly jar on tha public ear." It
further asserts that " railroad abuses in
"California have been carried to such an
"extent that the State is to-day the most
" complete illustration in existence of the
"modern tendency to monopoly." What
the Tribune means by its reference to
"the drift of recent legal decisions," we
think it could not explain, nor what any
legal decisions can have to do with the
matters upon which alone Commissioner
Armstrong appears to have spoken. Cer
tainly there have been no legal decisions
demonstrating the existence of abuses. As
to the Tribune* statement concerning
California, it is a proof of the flabbinecs of
thought which always confuses shadows
with substance. What dees exist in this
State at the present moment is neither
more nor less than an anti-railroad cry
which was put up by greedy and unscrupu
lous office-seekers and politicians, not for
the public good, but for the furtherance of
their own base ends. There has undoubt
edly been more anti-railroad talk in Cali
fornia than in any other State in the Union.
But there has also been less justification for
such talk. Again and again within the
past ten years have the anti-railroad howl
ers been confronted with the actual facts,
and on every such occasion they have been
compelled to abandon their positions.
For years these demagogues have been
clamoring through campaigns, only to re
tire from their indefensible positions direct
ly a fair test waa made. We have had
Commission after Commission, legislative
committees by the score, to investigate
the ra-lroad situation. Each and all have
been obliged to admit that the alleged
abusss did not exist. General Stonem&n
and John T. Doyle were both Railroad
Commissioners, and a3 6uch both of them
committed themselves to the position that
such measures as they now pretend to favor
were impolitic, unjust and impracticable.
Morris M. Eitee, when a delegate to the
Constitution Convention, opposed the
"cinching" provisions against the rail
roads w'uicli were put in the organic law.
But all these and miny other men who are
on record as condemning the demagogi3m
they now applaud, have been changed by
the greed of office, and have joined the
mendacious and unprincipled outcry against
the railroads. The TrSnme altogether mia
tikos tho situation in this State. The
truth ia that there were uo issues between
the two parties, and to the Democrats,
with their usual absence of honesty, took
up the railroad question and made believe
that it was a living and vital one. Then
the Republicans, n:>t to be any better than
their opponents, followed suit, and under
took to surpass the Democrats in their pre
tense of hostility to the corporations. And
so it has beea brought about that the can
didates on both sides hive nothing but the
railroad to talk about, acd that between
them they have produced the appearance
of a great agitation.
Tho peoplo of California, however, have
had no hacd in this shameful business.
Toat they do not approve of it is made
manifest by the conspicuous absence of all
enthusiasm from ths campaign. Never
before have the meetings been so lifeless I
and dull. It is admitted that the Republi- !
cans hsve more good speakers in the field |
than they hav£ ever hid before. Bu* all I
the eloquence of th>;e speakers has failed
to put any spirit into the cinvasn. The
meetings everywhere have been thioly at
tended, and there ha 3 been no response to
the appeals of the orators. The latter
havo become greatly dispirited. They say
that they have never before enounte'red
so general an apathy. Tney pretend to be
unable to account for it, but the explana
tion is ea<<y enough. The fact is that the
people are not in sympathy with the anti
railroad howl, and because tha dema
gogues have insisted on making the cam
paign upon this i.sme alone, there is no
interest felt in it. It is further verz sig
nificant th»i whereas the Republicans
have made tiie boldest and largest bids for
j popular approval in this connection, and
whereaa their speakers utter tho wildest
acd fiercest denunciations of the railroad,
their efforts everywhere have been the
most unsuccessful. Iv truth the people of
California are not such fools as the poli
ticians think them. They have had so
much experience of anti-railroal humbug
that they can no longer be taken in by it.
They know of their own knowledge that
the corporations are not tae ogres they are
represented to be, and they have nit for
gotten the long series of failures to prove
anti-railroad charges which is on record.
It is a fact which men of intelligence are
everywhere beginning to realize and see
the significance of, that whenever specific
attempts are made to dsmonftrate railroad
abuses, they break dci;rn. So long as
these abuses cm be supported by mere
newspaper statements and other irresponsi
ble exhibit", it it possible to retain in them
some show of truth. But the moment a
sworn and responsible trihuDsl undertakes
to investigate them, they vaaish like dis
solving views. A few years ago the editor
of a paper which had been very prolific in
this kind of charges, au-1 which had de
nounced the railroads ia season and out of
I season, was, very naturally, subpenaed to
i appear btfore a Legislative Committee, and
I tell what he knew about railroad abuses.
! But when this fellow, who hid been for
! years dealing in tha most sweeping cilum-
I nies, was interrogated by the committee,
j he was forced to confess that he did not
understand the subject at all, and that he
had no information which could be of the
least use to the committee. He had been
accustomed to deal with counters which
he thought could always be passed off for
genuine coin. He had been lying on a
; wholesale scale, in fact, and when he had j
the opportunity to prove what he had 1
alleged, he could only s'.ink away, like a
dog with his tail between his legs.
1 hat same writer has long since r■
j covered his effrontery, and is now as bu3v
jas ever traducing the railroads. But his
case is a very fair illustration of the base
at.il recklesa and unscrupulous methods
which have from the first characterized
j the anti-railroad piocednre. The whole
I business is the lowest and meanest Jem
| agogism, in fact, and it is w.\ the
work of the people of California. They
i have had it forced upon them this year, J
very much to their disgust and dissatisfac
tion. They do not believe in the honeety
aod eincerity of the men who are tr> ing i
to hide their own want of principle behind j
a ferocious attack on the corporations. '
They understand the " true inwardness "
of the whole affair, and they cry "A
| "plague on both your houses!" to the
| ye!ping demagogues who are so clumsily
1 masquerading m patriot* and reformers.
The Chicago Tribune haa mistaken smoke
for fire. It has made the unfortunate
blunder of taking the selfish subterfuges
of a small minority of office-ieeken for
the deliberate judgment of the public of
California.
HOME AND ABROAD.
An Interview With Jay HuMx-ll Kvan
trllcal Lutheran Oynod— Cadel WliUCa-
K<r «< a I* Mil. Inn NonlnatlOßS for
• oneros-1 lir Mar Kuate DUrl(Mßrea—
Fanny Parnell'* K. mains - American
I'ulillr Health Akg«cUtl»n— lnlvcrsallst
«..-iiit«l « outer, n.r li< in, af ForclVß
Xtwi-Ete.
[SrCOIA* DISPATCHES TO TRI IBCO&D-DHIOK. )
DOMESTIC SEWB.
The Star Houio Dinelosnres .
Washisoton, October 18th. — The dis
cloeares of the last tew days have made
some things in the star route matters
clear. Whila there hu been shown
much bad management on the part of
the prosecution, it is also shown that the At
torney-General is very inach in earnest, and,
if the President does not interfere, the star
route esses will ba prosecuted to a successful
termination, provided an honest jury can be
found in tbe district. That such is the de
termination of the persons now in charge is
very evident. Astonished that they so nar
rowly escaped conviction, tbe defense fear
the results of another trial. Brady is mak
ing such a disposition of hu property that he
will soon have few ties in Was!; ing ton, while
Dorsey has retired to his ranch, almost blind
and quite a broken man. In view of these
facts, the purposes of the defendants in their
latest movements can be easily understood.
The defendants especially fear the Attorney
fieneral, special counsel Merrick and Judge
Wyhe. They are seeking tbe removal uf
Brewster, knowing that if successful Mer
rick would follow. They have announced
their purpose to endeavor to make it impos
sible for Judtre Wylie to preside at the see
on 1 trial. Defendants counsel are con
stantly busy in attempts to secure these re
sults, and tbey are n t without important po
litical it fi'ienca. There is little reason to
dfubt that, the recant publication by defend
ants have had, in part, tho purpose of bring
ing the Papartnieat of Justica int-i dirgraca
by exposing the fac*, which cannot be de
nied, that the rascals were employpd in the
Gsvernruent service, and the Department of
Justica, too, to a greit extent, wae mide a
detective bureiu, where the low aits of the
spy were praclicad.
Jay Ilnbbrll latrrvleued.
Washington", October 18th. — Jay IlubbU! |
-,y that ttii DemocriN. so far, hive gait c 1
ii.-c <.'.iiv!vh«i;:i v io O&io, becauae the Re
public ins west either too far or not far
eaough on the temperance issue. Either ex
i.r in.- vii belttr thaii a middle course. He
thinks Naw York will gain one Rfpablfaan
Cot.gr gdtnao, and Pennsylvania will hold
!i r own. la short, tho contest is a hopeful
one. "There are tewnty-nine doubtful dis
tricts in the who's country. I claim forty
six of th<:se, making a majjiiiy iv the next
H^uae of stveuteen KepobUeaas.''
"Did you sea the .i.ii 1-j ia the roaming
papery, ths otl.er day, stating that employee
of the Bureau of Kir r .vi.: ; and Printing,
who had not contributed money to the cam
paign fuud, should be compelled to do so by
bavins: the ia juty withheld from their sala
ries ?'
" That statement is Absolutely false."
" Has anybody ever been dismissed fcr not
[>iyin>; ?"
" I have been connected with the Repub
lican Congressional Committee ti^ht years,
and I say that a threat of th.it kind bus never
been made, acd nobody ever has been <ii .
missed for that reason. Vlhy do they talk
this w»y? This year not half the employes
of the Government h*ve paid. Are we going
to turn out the rest of them ? '
Tbe M. Louis Trasetiy— 4'orkrell Charged
with Murder In the Second Degree.
St. Louis, October ISih. — This evening a
warrant was issued tor the arrest of Colonel
J.->hn A. Ceckrtrll on a ch»r?e of murier in
the S'ond degree. Oj thi* bail < f evine
SIO.OOO w*s accepted, and CockreU will have
a hearing November ?J. Cockrell killed
i i ... A. W. Lv^yii n-k, :.i.'i has tincc lieeu in
jiil.
BELIEF K.>R TBK SLATBACK KASIILY.
St. LoOßi Ocwb-r IStb, — At a meeting
I beld this afternoon to consider mea»ure<) fcr
I the relief of the faiiii'y of Colonel SUybsck,
between .? r >.ooo and jii 000 w»s sub-'cri" il to
aid iv iilting a mortgage from the ftujily
I ruhidene?. Among the persons present was
J'.hu MtaCstleogh, the actor, an oil and
warm friwd oi fTiilinnl OoefcuH. A§ an
eviljuce i.f his t-iucare defaire to be cf service
ti» the fsniiiy of thn taan who feil ot the hand
• f hi» frieuil, h« f fforad to t-i\e a benefit fnr
the widusy uud children < f Colontl Slay back,
which was frtVoraMy jejtived, and a com
tuittee Bpp )iut- dto make the necessary p.r
raogeuienu. Tftechoicd of «/s will be sold
on 'Obange.
iff. Loois, October 18th — John McCu!
i^ugh rabMribtd ?1 fO9 in addition to 1,-ia
bam iii perform^uce for thf SUyback family.
A Sultllrr Who I»»t-H >ol Want a Pension.
Washington. October 18th,— Commis
sioner of 1\ n i ns Dudley has received the
following solditrty letter :
Clifiord (l'a.), Octibor 9, 1532
In tho iH-nsinn claim of Lewis W. Ayre-, late C r
peai at Compaa; C, Beoond Sew ftnajr Vohutear
O.v,iliy, I !>«; leavd U> sut>mit the following : After
c.irefui BXta^Battoa of the spirit and Intent of tlio
pension iswj, I do not oomlder myself, in my pres
ent c. edition, ju-tlv er.t'.llul to the [« sion*. Not
that I am not nfgri»| from d.s^bilitv, whi;;; I
h»ve clujrly proved, or am I iesi w.r hy than ..•:.. r
hen who are receiving p?nsioiia, but it t\ .< ■> iv t
. i.i > that any aoliiii:r id h'Hicstlv entitled to a
I'*:n:iun wlio ia able to work and provide a tiring for
himself and family, and this I htvc been able to do
most of the time fiirice my discharge from service.
If the time evsr c >mts that I eh 11 not be *h'.e t >
nt a livine without as^istvic* from the Tinted
States G vtrnir.ent, t'.ic cite will be different ; but I
cannot oori^cietitiiualy accjpt nwney from the Gov
ernment in my jir.wnt cor.dton. I thoreture re
t^utst that my name be stricken from the pension
roll. H";>ini; for your induliren'C for the intrusion
upon your valuable time. I beg ieaie t) subscribe
myeelf, your humble servant,
LEWIS W. AYF.Ed.
i In' Jraanrttr Inquiry.
Washisctox, October ISth.—Danenhow
er'u testimony bafore the Jeanr.ette ISnard
thn morning covered the opHatboaol ••::•■-
and rren af'er the vessel was froz«a in.
Captaia DeLong to!d witness that >i is pnr
pise wrs to explore WraDgel ffini ami tha
Siberian Sea ; that the possibility of reach
ing a high latitude d^p^nded up m the con
tinuity of the i- i:.Mt line to the uorthn-ard, as
having land for a ba?e was one of the fijvt
princi;>!ts of Arctic exploration. Captain
DeLor.g never conm'ted with witsecs, nor
told him why he changed his plan on en'c
ing ths pack. Witnes" put in evidence »n
original 'ettor fr.>:n (Japtain DeLwir, ad
rires'e-i to himw-lf p'evirue t'> the catting if
tile Joannptte from Kugland to S,n Frati
cisco, in whijh the writer states that "our
latoUioaifto ctrik* the Polar ro.'iins by
way of lie : : iiings Straiti!." The Court ad
journed.
Cadet Whlilaker I'nullslios a Card.
Charleston (3. C. ), Ojtober 18sh.— Cadet
Whirt^lctr i i: ; ..i-1i • k a card in t i day* Utict
nnil Courier, omicg ffjnarely out tat tbe
Democratic party of the Sou>, und urj.ioK
the " colored m»n no lougrr to bs driven by
the party lash and vote agiiust i.i- owu id
terest. Uaiicil rule has b*ec * rul-? of
p!und«r, »od has brnught th* 1 South all of its
ill?. Km tight against bjeaiem iv thf X(.rt.h
U a fjr^-hhadowing of whit ia to coma iv the
South. '
Will Sol Retire from the Field.
Kansas City, October 18th.— A corre
spondent telegraphs from Emporia. Kihk,
th»t he is authorized to state that there is no
truth whatever in tha rumor that W. (i
Gitck contemplates retiring from the candi
dacy for Governor, and H. E. Norton, cf
benpona, a meuiber of the Democratic State
Committee, «ys the committee would not
for a moment entertain such a proposition.
American Public Health A»Horlatloii.
LmtaMaFOUL Ortober 18tb.— The Amer
ican Public Health Association discussed the
lexaß c»ttle fever to-diy, and a standing
committee on cattle was constituted, to in
vestigate thoroughly the subject. Dr. Hull
man, of Chicago, related cruelty practiced
on cittle daring transportation. Hygeaic
precautions be the traveling ppblic whs also
nrged. A paper by Erastuj Brooks drsnribed
the Board of Health system of New York.
«.. nrral Coavrntlon of rnlvenalUl*.
Philadelphia, October 18th.— The Uul
versalist General Cmventi.u assembled to
r!Zu!" l he Chnrch f thß Meeiiah. Aboit
1. 000 churches of the United Stateß and
Canada are represented.
Kepobltrana Favorable to Butler.
Boston, Oc obsrlS'.h.— The meetiugof the
Republicans f,v .r^bte to the election 9 Gen
eral lVat.er was fairly atteuded. A commit
tee waa appointed to draw up an address.
\nrthi\ci trrmaa K«forned < hur.-h
b LoBWTtLLi (Kt.|, October 18th.— The
.-synod ..f the NortUwest German R-forme-1
L^nutch, in session here, embraces Indians,
i K'ntucky, IllinoU, Wi«ooasin, Miroesota
and sever»l other N_«hirn and S.uthern
States.
Plrit Trala Over the Sew Bridge.
Bismarck (D. T.), Oot>bar 18:h.— Th'!
2"i J r ", n cr Mcd tae ne » Northern P»ci6c
high bridge cTar the Missouri river at tnis
1 point to-day. The fonnai opening occnni '
Situnlay, when the streogth of the bridge
will be tested by running eight heavy engine!
acroca coupled V. uether.
Hot Panatt *f Murderer*.
LutooLN (Neb.), October 18*.h.— Diip«tchci
state that the Sheriff's posse got on the track
of Coleman and Belmout at a point five mi'es
north < f Oxford, Neb., and sixty miles south
west of Mindeu. A posse has been formed
in Hitchcock county, and it i« expected that
the deeperacU a* will be corralled to night or
early to-morrow. A rumor ia in circulation
here that the desperadoes killed the driver
and a passenger of a stage coach and robbed
it of its horse.". ; but the story is not corrobo
rated and not generally credited. If the out
laws are captured it will be after a desperate
fight.
[SECOND DISPATCH. 1
Omaha. October 18th.— Last night the pur
suing party from Minden were within six
miles of the two horse-thieves who killed
Sheriff Wood*, R. R. Kelley and Charles
Cullies at Minden. The murderers, after
leaving Minden, rode soath twenty miles to
Walker's ranch. They were without hits and
gloves, which they had left in the dioing
room of the hotel at Minden. They told the
ranchmen at Walker's that they had lost
their bats while racing, and they atked in
new hats, which were given 1 1.- tn, and tley
then returned their tlicht iuto Ktnsaa. They
no doubt expect to reach the Hills. It is
miii that the names »,f the fugitives are
Mart. Coleman, a Mexican, and Dick Bel
mont. Every effort U being made to capture
them, but at last accounts tae pursuers were
still bunting them. The Sheriffs of all the
southwest counties were promptly notified,
and have started out pursuing partita. The
authorities in Kansas have a!s> been notified.
Accurate descriptions of the desperadoes
have been cent everywhere in the western
country. Governor Vance offers a reward of
«200 oach— all the State law allows— but
Hitchcock, Dandy, Kearney and other couc
ties will offer a larger reward. The two
horse-thieves who were arrested at Haatirgs,
and who were <uteide the hotel at Minden
when the shooting occurred, claim that they
were merely hired by the two others to drive
the herd cf stolen hones, and that upon hear
:i >-• the shooting inside, and learning the re
sult, they fled out of fear. They disclaim all
connection with the murders, and alga deny
that they were horse-thieves. These horse
thieves had stolen a large number of ponies,
had sold some, and still had twenty two left.
It is feared that the murderers will crape.
If cornered, however, they will not be taken
alive. The remains of Sheriff Woods will be
bnried at Lincoln.
.1 tin Mnrkay I'm'er Escort— One or the
I'll ri'« or Belntc Klrli.
New Yobk, October 18',b.— The Sun's
Chicago special nays : " Bonanza " Mackay,
of California, passed through this city yestar
day, en route for Xetv York. He was ac
cempvited by W. B. Hobart, John M. Har
per and A. A. Hickccx, of San Francises,
ami by Colonel M. G. Gillette, who join-ed
the party at Like Valley. New Mexico, for
the purpose of escorting them through
'■he cowboy-infected region between Lake
Vall»y and the Santa Fe Railroad,
a distance of about thirteen miles.
The CDwbi>sß have established a brigandage,
to kidnap weakby men and hold them for
ransom. Whenever Senator Jones, who ia
interested ia mining property it: New lit x
ic >, vioits that region, lie always assumes an
incognito, in order to escape the notice of the
brands. Mackay fai el to aJi pi this pre
caution, and Colonel Gillette, g-tting witid
that a reward had been ( (Tared for the cap
ture of Mackay by the captain of tre coy. •
boye, volun'eered the services of himvlf
and a strong party to e3<-o:t the Bonanza
v ing and bis friends to the railroad.
. Ithough no effort was made to capture the
inilli'inaire, a number of small bands of cut
laws we/c encountered, and Matkoy expre^nes
himself satiified *,hat nothing but the pres
ence of li.i esc it prevented them from
"boldtog him up." At loait he siysthit
thry would have eecure.l nottiioij but a tive
do'.iar nnte and a nickel watch f>r their
trouble ; but he .■•>,■,. r .'ul*l-v himself on dis
appointing them to th»t extent.
Fanny r*rnr H's i:wl> .
Philadelphia. October 18 h.— The re
mains i f Kam:y PaimU arrived about ion,
10.000 Lind Leeguern attending. The b >dy
goes to New York this afternoon.
[SECOND DISPATCH.I
New Yoek, October 18ih.— The train con
veying the remains of Mis* Fanny Pamell
was received to nieht by a large crowd. The
streeU in the ce'ghborhood cf the depot and
along tin route of procession were thronged.
A detachment of the Sixty-ninth Regiment
formed a , n>H cf honor around the hearse
on i'.R way to tha G.-atd Central depot, where
a »• c iil trsia was in waiting to convey the
retuMus lo Boston.
* nmiiiKlril r»r rongresit.
Salem (Mass.), OctoVer lS:b.— The Demo
crats at the Seventh D.^rict have nominated
Cam. P. Thompson f t CacgreM.
Millkkton (N. V.), October 18:h.— The
G embankers of the Thirteenth District have
nominated S. Tiipp fur Conirre**, and i * ..
--i irst District Greeubackera nominated Htr
vey Morham.
Chicago, October 18th.— J. W. Djan,? has
written a letter declining the Democratic
nomination fur Congress in the First Distrfat
of this State.
Jersey City, October 18'h.— The Prohibi
■i"iT] i.-t-. have nominated I nc Kailon fir
(^onurei<s, ami alsj uominated c&LdiJates for
the Assembly.
EBinon-OhT (Conn.), October lSi.ii.— Ly
ra»o (./'. CVe h*« bjen uuiuiuste 1 by tl;e Ke
public-ins for Cungr<»a in tho Fourth Dis
trict.
Newark (N t . ,T.), October IS.h.— John L.
Mlake haw bstn lioajioated fur Cocpreiss by
the Republican.
Brnmnmo (Mam ), O:tober is h.— ':e<\
D. 11 'Iiin3u:i ht« been n^min »ted lor 1..- j
eras* by the Republican* of the Twe!t\h
District.
Soumi (Pa). O :tober 18 ;h — Th* D«ra
oerati > f the Fifteenth District nnmiu^td
George A. Post for Coceress. Bx-GoagrME
man C. C. Jadwiu will raa as an indepLU>J
entßopublican.
Dastardlr Onlrnge In Kan«nn.
Las Animas (OaL). October 18.h.— This
moniuß as txureas traiu No. 0, to which was
attached a fptcial car containing As-i • .nt
Geue-al Superintpcdent W. S MeDen, of the
AtchUr.n, Topeka h:id Santa Fe road, with a
party of frier.ds, arrived at Lakir, Kaisas, a
party of nfleen drunken cowbc y<, led by T.
A. Mead, a dircharteil telegraph opjrati r,
began fhootinj; throiuh the car windows,
breakirg eight in oue car, seventeen in the
xlsepcr anl fi^s in the npacial car. By lying
down on thu r! -or thp passengers etcawd the
bullets. The Sher'fT, wi<h a pots 9of 100 cit
izens fr.,m DodgvUuy, weie stnt to Likin
on a special trs.l \ and in capturirg
Mna' l and t*o of rhe cowbiyx. The pnase is
now in class pursuit of the others.
Thr Eho-Jo IxUnd (nlirrd Citizen".
Newport, October 18;h. — Tno colored
people of Rhode Island assembled to-night,
for the purpose of tukini; bcti >n as to tbeir
alleged political wrongs at the hand? of tho
Republican party. Among the itMjlutions
adopted was th" followirg :
We atHrm our tlt.'termir.a'kin t^ ctip|K»rt that per
son, let him be allittl to whattver party he nny, if
he shall cinvince us that he has the iii< -.' regard for
our rights and fceliu^s as citizens of this Stale.
Hoard of I'ul.llr n.-.-tlili.
Isdianapolis (Iod.). October 18-h.— The
B ia:d of Public Healih, in sesnion here,
pas?ed reaoluiims u'.'rrly den'U!.cing the
niggfirdness i f OnasjtCM ia the meacer appro
prwioa for Urn NatSanal Biard if Health,
and ('eclarinir that the work of that body
shcuM not Ke o; r lineJ merely to the control
and ijniran'ioe of yelljw fever, cholera and
small p x. bat that the appropriation shiuld
be bnnpl? ct ou^h t) allow it to investigate
the caii c fit malaria and ail other preventive
disease, and distiibute information therecn
broadcast.
>lu..:r liii-. ii. Pcritonnl Liberty Leagne.
Eostjn, October 18th. — The Personal Lib
erty League of Massachusetts to-night pa«sed
resolutions against Eumptuary legislation,
and d-c!»ring iv favor of the Democratic
State ticket, on the ground that the Repub
licans couH not be relied on to carry out the
principles of personal liberty.
Death of Frank Queen.
Philadelphia, October 18th. — Frank
Q icen, proprietor of the New York Clippt r,
died thi* afterncon of paralysis cf the brain.
He was f!3 years of a^e.
our Year In the Penitentiary for Man
slaughter.
Chicago, October 18:n. — John MacL^ugh
!in, in the Criminal Court to-lay, wm found
guilty of manslaughter fcr killing Thotuna
Carter, and sentenced to one year in the
Penitentiary.
Evangrllcal Lntueran Hynod.
Pittsbcro, O:tober 18 :h. — The Evangeli
cal Luhe an Syno<i of PrncpylvanU, Ohio,
Virßinis, W»»t Virginia, Maryland, Indiana,
Illinois, Michigm, Wiscoasin ard New Jer
sey convened to-day in Alieghany City.
Yrllow Fever.
Pess&coh (^la). October 18th. — The
numb-r i f esses of yello • fever reported to
day was 5T> ; death?, 3. Total caaa* to date,
1,783; total deaths, 147.
Bkowssvilli (Tex.), October 18th.— One
new cAse of fever was reported to day. The
Stata querantice between thie city and Fort
Brown is <ff Camarfo and Mier are not
improving. The weather is warm.
Brotherhood or Locomotive F.ncln.rr«.
LooisviLU(Ky.), October 18'.h — The an
nail •—> ia of the Brotherhood of Locomo
tive Engineers it being held here.
-rrluß- Ballroad Accldrnt.
New Yobk, October 18:h.— An accident en
the Albany and Sotqathaiina Kailroad to
day killed one man and f ttally injured one or
two more, and dumped a aoore of cart into
the Saequehanna ri vt r.
Thrown from a Car and Fatally Injurrd.
Silma (Ala ), Ootober IScb.— EaKene Bo
gardug, eldest son of the famous pistol shot,
was fatally injured to-day by being thrown
from a train at Tuiledego, Ala. , by a sudden
larch of tbe car.
Illc. nti nnlol Celebration.
Yorkers, October 18th. —Twenty thousand
visitors are here to see the bicentennial cele
tralion.
I'luuring Kill Knrnoil.
Minnisota City, October 18th.— Frost's
large nouriug mill was huroed this morning.
Low, $70,000 ; insured for $40,000.
Mormon Missionaries for Enrope.
Cheyenne (Wy. T), October 18th.— A car
load of sixty Mormon missionaries passfd
through to-day ob the Uuion Pacific road,
bound for Europe. The men are mostly ig
norant, and apparently low characters.
End or a Lmia Fluht.
Bcffalo, October 18th.— L. L. Lewis, at
the Republican Judicial Convention, on the
293-i ballot, w..a nominated for Judge of the
Supreme Court.
TkerKometrleal .
Chicaoo, October 18 th.—HiKhest tempera
tare tc-day, 54°; lowest, 45°.
New Yobk, October 18th — Midnight—
Highest temperature to-day, 71°; lowest, 62°.
KOKEItV \KHJ.
Arabl'a CoanieL,
Cairo, October 18ih.— The difficulty in re
gard to the couEsel for Arabi Pasha continues.
Pi'Soibly a compromise will be f-.uml in allow
icg counsel to advise Arabi, but prohibiting
them from addressing tfce Court.
Brady at Last.
Constantinople, October 18;b.— The Porte
has sent a note to the British Embassador
announcing his readiness to negotiate for a
settlement of the Egyptian question.
Lorlllard's Hones.
Losdon, October 18 .h.— At the end of the
Cambridge show week, Lorillard's horses
will be transferred from Newmarket to the
Houghton street stables. Iroquois goes to
America for stud purposes.
Tne Dead Minister.
Rcmb, October 18-,h.— The funeral of
GeorKe P. Marsh, United States Minister,
in the Protestant Cemetery, wav simple and
almost private, the only ifficial being f res
ent was the American Consul-General. The
ex-Secretary of Legation was also present.
Flower* encircled an American flag which
cc^ered the coffin.
'I he Proposed Rallrtad tn Afrlra.
London, October 18th. — A corresprndenr,
who has had an interview with Stanley, un
derstands that when the railroad along the
Congo river is coruplete<l, tre King cf the
Belgians intends to i ff;r it to asy English
company who will uu Jertake to work it. Dj
B:izz»is douhthsa aware of this fact, acri
hence his haste to get Us French Goveru
ment to ra'.ify hi? treaty with the Congo river
chief?.
A Delegate Bounced.
Diblin, October Irish.— Ca»sidy, a delegate
from Mauchester to the Irish NatijDal Con
ference, was expelled with inßults and threats
f.oai that body for moviug an obnoxious
amendment.
Hotel rroprlelor Shot by a Lawyer.
BaUMX, October 18:h.— A telfgram from
Bsddrek, C. B , s^ys : After the adjourn
mei.t tf the Supreme CVurt tc-day, Joe. B.
McJonal.i, Birrister of Arch pf C. 8.,
f..:.nly sLot J-invs Crr.wdis, proprietor cf the
Bfaauoe House. McDonald was arrested.
Cholrra Decreaslnc.
Madrid, Oc* ber IS.h.— A dispatch from
Manila snys theciiclera continues to decrease.
Since the last report the average deaths haie
been four daily. Tha disease still rages on
tbe Wand oi V'iaaij i.
Thr Strauiei Dlansleri*.
Loxnos, October 18th.— Fourteen of the
crew of the steamer City of Antwerp, suiik
by collision, were drowned. O^e hundred
tons nf flour and ehetsa were saved from the
steamer Preston, ashore near Berwick.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
S. Caile left for Modesto yesterday.
F. A. Pedlar, of Woodland, is iv the city.
Mi*< Florence McKune has gone to S&u Frinciscc.
D. T. Loofbourrow, of El Dorado county U iv the
city.
Mrs. W. J. IYosfer, of I'.ocklin, i« vieitint friends
iv the city.
Mrs. Frank Gilman and fimily returned to Marys
ville yesterday.
I>r. W. B Niles and wife, of Roseville. are visitin
in Sacramento.
J P. Br.iwn and witr, of Camptonville, are Btc.i.
pin? iv the city.
W. A. Ja.iuarv, Democratic nominee for State
Treasurer, is i.i ihecl'y.
.'ohn K. Slater and J. W. Willem returned from
Sun Francisco last evening.
Miss Minnie lUnsche, of this city, is visitin
friends in San PtasMkßO,
W. W. Kelloirc i.f Lassen county, pissed through
the city yesterday SB route to S«n Franci'o.
F. M. Camp'jel', Superintendent of Public In
structi .i>, bsa rcturiKd irom an official tnii to Laks
couniy.
List evei.ii : X the Direct. >rs of the nennauia liuild
ineaml Lia-i Association wore tendered a surprise
|.ir ■it 1 1. r r ins on For.rth strcit, between J
am! X, t>y tV (barek IJirs of the first kern-* ot
Mock. Tho PrasUc ,t, C. Weiscl, was presented
wuh a nUwstofa hy the above mon'inne I share
li >l.ii r^, sftrr which the _>ntire nnrty rapaind lo
■is. i« di'.incr r....m5, wtiara a epiendid collation
had been prepuxd.
Siitc Boass IJ..tcl— Mrs. W. J. Prcs=er, KooUfa ■
J. 1L 11.i»i.-y an.l wife, Ji.hn Crofton R 11. M.Mre
\V th ut Grove ; S. F. l!arr«tt, I. S OKeofe, Ixicke
fonl ; J. (;. PhrUafsn, J^. Nirhols, W. Biabnta
| lone VaVev; A. storrisoß, Curlow Acklev, Clarke
j villc ; Thomas "'hitr. a 8 UnanMoa, lbs W. H.
Williams San Prsacisro ; (;. N. Hii cay. 11. B. Por
t. r, Wfatan; K. Booth, Foisom ; P. C. O«yet]
Panrjm: J. A Elliot, fTiiMiMlln. S A. 11..w,i1|
Lvman Wile x, W. A. Bentt, Li.iik s.- tl, Cosomms;
Clias. Bunnell, Ji hn Willi«mw>, Oourtlind ; I) II
Hnldridee, I'eer Cr. ck : Mrs Birkliae, El borudj ;
W S. R Has, Florin ; Gco. Ame». Rri^iiti.n.
TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE.
Wkdnbsdav, Oc'.obir IS. 18i2.
June 10- Wm. Aurientvis to Jo». M.Campbell—
Portion of northeast q'larttr nf section 27, towuship
"i ncrth, ranye i;evt- 80 hy 143 feel ; $118.
October \>i— John R. Gilliland to A. M Plummer
S<'iith half if sections 17 nnd IS, township 8
north, ran^e 7 east— 64o 80 ncres ; $8,400.
April IS, 1 ST.". — The United States to Thomas T.
Oillil.in.l N 'U!l.ea«t i|il»'ter of sec'ion 13, township
S n-'lth, lange 7 enst— l(!o acres ; patent.
November IS, 1*72 -The United Ststes to John
R. Gilliland— Southwest quarter of section IS, town
ship 8 north, ran^e 7 c**»t — 100 acras ; patent.
NEW ASVEETISEMESTS.
Anclrnt Order of Forrxlrnt Mn- < y
regular luectin,' of Court Sacramento, No.
OU, A. O. F ., -.vill be heli? THIS (Thnrn- Cj
,:, i EVKNINO, October 19th, at 7.H" Ak
o'clock. All For^sttrs ate invited.
D. E. ALEXANDER, C. R.
W. L. Dunm, Hec.^ec^ (B. C ] o!9 It
O. •'. F.— Briinlsr nrrkly stirrtlng »T
Friendship Connci', No. fir., THIS (Thurwl. y) EVEN
ING, Ht 7:30 o'clock, at Firemen's Hall, on Kichth
street. Members (rora other Councils are invited.
E. R. TIEL, Chief Councilor.
N. E. Whitk, Recorder. ol'J-lt
Mlm* I nun i M Ko'i ■ hait rrtnrnrd, nnd
is prepared t-» resume her clsss at once. M Uionic
Illock, corner sixth and X utrKets, Room No 11.
[B. C 1 olSStoeJ
WAHTED— A GIRL TO DO CHAMBERWOSS
and wait ou üble. Apply at Union House,
Ilgbthand J. 019-3"
WANTED- A SITUATION TO DO ANY KIND
ol laboring work, l.y a man who is steady
aDd industrious. Address F. 1). F , this .ttice.
Q-J9W
WANTMi -A BOY, ABOUT 17 YE\KS OLO.
to drive grocery wairon ai.d make himself
useful ; to stay with hi* ptrents. Inquire *t north
wo*t corner of btcord and t> streets. pit) It*
LO3T-OCTOBER ISth, FROM A BUGGY 09
one of the principal streets, a Navy-blue
jacket, with silver braid. Please return to JUDGE
N. G. CURTiS' bouse, and receive reward. o!9 If
I^ORSALF-THE OLD AND WELL KNOWN
' Pres'mikinit Parlors, No. lOH ii«hth street,
between J and X ; has a splendid run of cistom.
Also, a marble- top bedroom set ; will be sold cheap.
Inquire on premise*. o 9-lw
Ihc Hew Eng.and Dinner
AT TUB HALL OT TUB
WSMEM'S CHFIS-'IAN TEMP£RAKCE UNION,
::00 J BTKEXT.
WILT, BE CO\TINUF.D TO-DAY (THUR3
tla))fmm 11.30 a. m. to ZMO I. a. 019-lt
OPENING DAY
LADIES, MESDAMES TICE & CLEMENTS
will exhibit at their Millinery Rooms, 521 J
su-tet, on j
THI i:«IMV, OCTOBEB 191 h.
And following days, all tho latest novelti(S of tlie
season. All an* invh«»d. olv->-lt
CARD OF_JHANKS.
WE DESIRE TO RETURN OUR SINCERE
tnanks to the large i.umber d kind Weeds
who so ?enerous'y extended their sjmpathits to u«
and our family during our recent great bereave
ment ; to tr.e numerous donors of floral tributes to
the memory of our beloved son, JOHN" FERN
LARKIN; to bU iiale a.'hx.lmates for their tender
O'anifejUtions of esteem for their late o.mpui on ;
and to Masters Lee Ham", Willie Katzensteic, Wit.
lie Cook, Charlie ButU-r, Mdie Howe and Cuariie
Camp, »ho acted aa pall bearers. These kindly
deeds will always remain auocated In our hearts
wi'.h the memory of him who« 10/s we mourn.
MR. AND HKS. JOHN N. L.\r.KIV.
i&ci oi»-n
SEW ADVE&TISEMEJSTa
Repnblicans of the Second Ward.
XTOBR COMMrTTFE ON HALL HAVE 8E-
M. lected Howe's School-rooms for Headquarters
for the Second Ward Club, Sixth »tre*t, between X
and L, and the night for meeting will be ev«ry
THURSDAY NIGHT. By oraer 01 1 Committee *
F. 8 HOTCHKI~3,
JOHN INGRAM,
019-lt JOE QODDARO.
BOTIOS OF lISSOLUTION.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: TAKE NO
tice that the partnership heretofore existing
between WM. M LYON and C. C. BAKJSES under
the firm name and style of LYON & BARNES, has
been and i» hereby dissolve*!, and that I, WJI M
LYON, will settle and close up the business of the
firm, and that 1 alone am entitled t« si^n the firm
name hi liquidation. This dissolution ig declared
and this notice is published by me, under and by
virtue of the powers given me in written agreement
between myself and C. C. BAKNhS, ilatea October
6, 1880, and for and on account of the reasons for
dissolution specified in euch agreement.
WM. M. LYON
Sacramento, October 10. 1882.
WILLIAM M. LYON,
(Successor to LYON & BARNES),
COMMISSION MERCHANT
AN* WKOLKBALH DKALKH IX
JE* 3R. O X> XT CX,
NO3. 117, 119 AND 123 J STREET.
Referring to above notice of dissolution, I hereby
inform the public that I will continue the business
of the I*- • • firm at the same place. Having recently
enlarged the premises, and with increased facilities
for business, I h-pe for a continuarce of tie liberal
patronage heretofore extended to the firm.
ol!) otlawTo WM. M. I.YON.
PROPOSALS
isvrrKn for —
FYTJECJBtfXS^XjBtfG
STATIONARY AfiD BLOK BOOKS
Orrics or thb Stats Board ok Fxamixkrs, )
Sacrament i, October Is, ls;2. )"
SEALED PROPOSALS WiLL BE RECEIVED
at this i iiice until 12 o'clock ».,
Monday, Vw i in'« r 13, ISB2,
To furnish Sta'innery and Clank Bo<ikB, in accord
ance with scheaulus to be furm.-hed tiy the Secretary
of St:.te.
Samples or minu'e descriptions of eich article
must accompiny "aid proposals. Euch class of
goods in the schedule must he hid on separately.
The proposals must be for the delivery of the Sta
tionery and Blank Books bid on at the office ef the
Secretary of State, in such irninHtVr. more or less,
than the schedule nitmc. and bt such times, be
tween the date of the contract and let of Dicenjber,
1^ 4, as the Secretary of Mate may .Jirttt.
E*ch bid rcust he accompanied by a certified
check on some bank o' go.al st^tidin .», drawn to the
order of the Clerk of the Board of Kxaminers, for a
sum equal to 20 per jent. of the ataour.t of the bid,
which check will be forfeited to tho State if the bij
whii:h such check accomiianies fchall be accepted,
and the p^rty m:ikii.K tho bid (hill reromtogtv*
Ittlsf lTfrTrT frtmlf f'>r tlie performance cf the con
tract awarded to him.
The Hoard reserves the riyht to reject all bids if
deemed tini hub.
All bids mu-t be direcv.l to the nndciri^red, in
durscil " Projiosa^s for at»tioiiery and Blank Books."
a'lbkkt hakt,
olitd Clerk State Board of K>aa.incrs.
LYDiA E. PINKHAM'S
VBQETABLB COMPOUND.
A ««re «'nrc for all VKHAUE WKASa
KJ-'SSES, Inrluilins Jjcurorrlirrn, lr»
ruHlur and Painfn! llfll— ll siallsiß.
Inflammation autl I !' rrution of
(he Womb, i :...::„. PKU
UINB ITEIU, &c.
i t f F }r* nDtt 'th»tast#, effl.-aclf.iu and tmmfd!ate
Ini«eot,e<-t. It is n. very irreat help ia prt-gnancj,
ana rejierrtpiun durinplibor and at regular pertudj.
mvsnu.vs i se it i.\d i \.t -< hihk it fkkilt.
pr~To% ;■■■".-... r « '-* of thegeneratlra njms
or either sex. it in second to no renawdy that haa «ver
B?,'l-. * S ',' T ? 'L* J? übli<; I ami for all dl*«ue« of the
a ii'.vivs it is th» Greatut Krmtdyin tht World.
„fTDiA c. pwkhlm-s blood prnnTiE
wiilj-ratlirate every Twtige of Ilumon from the
Wood^t the s&roe tim. wufViro tonn and strength to
■it system. As niarreiiou . ia results as the Compound.
t»\Both th» Compound and Bl>od Puriflrr sr« pre
pared «t O.S sjid ass Wfit.rn irmuf. Ljnn. ST«».
is.snt brmall In th-form of P ill»r..r of I isTnT^Ti!
22g*» «£ Pnoc. tl ikt box for either. Mrs. Pink!-«i
»»UJlp. Send for pamphlet. Xtntimi thu Paptr.
WI.TTiu B. TtskhxyC* IrrntPrtis cure Coutipa.
Uou. Buivucieaa and Torpidity cf the Livur. Si cents
r. i~ ■<>', J by aJI I >r-.i.^in ■..- 1 i a 2)
HEVcOOB6ld,Y^3 ¥^^^%i
v&M<& r ' c&pnyj, stogie
/SJi^' i^.'IaOOO.OCXIiOO
j^Sarplua 48d,800 a 7O
San riM'irixpo, OaL, Jnlv I, i*-S2.
IV C! frtli^ pIeMM in pf^sriitinsr f J »r
V<>*2r* coiiMiiicritf inn tho foUotruag Thirty.
. ii;lit;i S ...I- \nuiui! Sutcaicnt oi' i!i.- couditiuu
X Uiid Bauk : '
stEsorncEs.
Itank Pr«-niiHos 5150.000 OO
•Mlh-p Ka-nl Kstato HJMH S8
I'nitcd Stales Itonds C21>.507 6lt
I.U'iii A-vK'i::lioii SiM'H . 15.121 5.1
!.i>:in«i mill Hi -.countM I.TI.VCIH) 2(1
I»iu- I'ruiii Itiiiiks 527,279 OU
Money ou liand S:Ei.3fis 30
ivumnm s:t.7.v»:<r»!r»T>
Capital paiil up «t,004>.004> M
Sll<-VlllS KW».»«)i> '. '
I»ne [1 j .i--;.>i ■-. 1,93».«73 SO
I>H<> HankM .:::;. ".M Oi)
Hi 4 i<:< II i!-, . „; ,;;.. i l:{ 1 s<>
*:i.75570i»«M.:»
Thi« Bunk linx Hpi>ri.il rarilitlrs for
•loiin; all kinds of baukiny hariaMsi.
o7 is2mTuTi;S«6w2inlaw\V
tf£tf£BAL STO- f-IO :■;■..
Frnsmnre l!ir w«»H l;<vilnt.
Frurrance the roo-t delicate,
Frazninc? the most ex jtii-ite,
I**raHrance the inns*, refreshing.
Are all combtoed iv MURRAY & LAX'IAN'S
KLOKIDA W'ATKU — the only rcc-xjtiized perfume
of f.nhion.
SaT As there nro wortiilecs inilllltoMte. huvcrs
should ahngrs ask for th-; Florida Water prepared
by Lanman jt Kemp, New York. cl'J-lt
Orrlrli:-.ii:i pimr, lr you'rr notnnnl
1o bni'h j> ur tsetk with S' >Z< H)t>N' r,
You'il p c iUy SLff-^r deep lemorse.
For t-oon (hev*U crumb'e in (i< » q .
A>»d soo » \"u'l! cry, '• i,h 1 :ck-a day,
Thi; 1 hid iievcr chinked ni) - couras '
017-3tTuThS
<i i -Hii mi ' :, itli „ !u (>rnp« 4rr Fa|ir
r; r i" miy otter For sale by druji;isf. KIHK
GFARY i CO., Ai-ents. olOlsa '
For tbe I «:in.. ri, : , ,,. , .>, „. ( ,i, ,.
sUian h'n opinion cf PURE CALIFORNIA FiJKT
WINE. PEPSIN AHTJCAUBATA BARKcomhined.
as a Tonic and Cur* for Dvunepsia or Imii k -estion. If
satiafr>x;t.Ty, lr> HALL'S PEHSIN WINE BITTERS.
air24-tim
ichl Bnn, Baa Francisco, doablrfl la
Ke, is the '.nrxoft Japancv« sale exhibition in tha
world. SHATTCCK * FLETCHER exp.irt their
printing inks to Japan, receive Japanese (foods in
return, and th's in why Ichi Ban B'irvives ou low
prices. Ixhiical, isn't it? Wholesale via retail.
Good* for every tiranch of retail country tr»de.jyt-t!
ENGLAND
BAKING
POWDER
ill 1 I AMMONIA
! li&Ji PHOSPHATES
* m TARTARIC ACir>
Cream Tartar andßi-Carb.Soda
NOTHING ELSE.
Hewton Brosi Co,
AMUSEMEtTTS.
METEOPOLITAN THEATER.
Friday and Saturday, Oct. smli an.i Slit
Two NL-hts Only and Saturday Matinee.
THE POPULAR ACTOR,
MR. FRANK MORDAUNT,
And his complete Dramatic Company (composed
entirely of New York Favorites), In
Robert G. Morris' Great Amer
ican Comedy Drama,
csx*x> snn»Ba:A.TE:« 1
THE LATEST AND MOST MERITORIOUS NEW
YORK AND SAN FRANCISCO SUCCESS.
tr Bead What tbe !*<■«, papers Bay :» »
" There are in it certain touches of manhood and
womanhood that never appeal in vain to human
sympathies."— l New York Herald.
"One of the best entertainment!? this season.
(New York Sun.
" Decidedly the best original drama on the New
York Bt»ge."— [Now York Times.
" it is one of the good old dramas."- [New York
World.
"Mr. Mordaunt is one of the best actors on the
American stave. "— lSan Francisco Chronicle.
" A sta^e picture touched by the brush of a mas
ter, and one that will ever live in the galaxy of
American dramatic portraits."— (New York Daily
News.
The piece will be produced with MAGNIFICENT
SCENERY AND MECHANICAL EFFECTS, in
cluding the
GREAT SHIP SCENE !
(Carried by tho Company.)
Reserved Seats may be secured at the Theater on
Wednesday without txtra charge. 017-St
COLD WEATHER!
1
BLANKETS!
IS
Whit«»,&-ay, Scarlet, Brown
IH ALL GRADES Atf D PRICES.
THE URCEST /SSSORTMEKT IN SACRAMENTO
Wholesale and Retail.
Winter
Wraps !
ix twkvty sj:rn:«i:>r stylf>.
All Sizes and Price- — For Ladies, aliases
and Children
BEHNHAEDT
AND
MOUSQUETAIRE
KID CLOVES
WTTfI
FOSTER'S
PATENT FASTENING
FOX SALE BY
... */&K
CORNER FrFTH AND J STR.-fcTf.
£: r (»nnl'> ciiriScx raltkfkPj ajlcndnl to.
►i.'-.'jitf
WwM
THE MOST POPULAR WHISKY
m^r IN THE MARKET^)-...
J( l^g»UlN[ FIAVBR.SUPERIDR TONIC PROPER^
Z, -iT"*^ ABSOLUTE PURITY HAVE «»Dt-^ T
fOtt> JuoGfs
•^ft- A GREAT FAVORITE.^s^ v
FORMEDICINALiFAKILY USE AS WELL AS FOR A
WALTkY.HaSAHT DRiKK,T«KISHOWH!SRY EQUAL TO ThE
•^•OLD JUDGB^
FOR .SALE BY ALL GROCERS t LIQUOR DEALERS.
v^W^.KANE,bIEARY*CfI
WHOLESALE LIQUOR MERCHANTS,
221*223 BUSH ST. SMt FRANCISCO. CAL.
W L. GRAVES, PJANO TUNER,
LATE WITH lift \NAi H .c ''^''^.gSgPSfSm
New '.Crk. (irjcra left at Hal eSS*?ptl3l
.•< Co 's Mnnin Store will receive!? T I II
prompt atti-n'im. ftl7 -_'p)m*
. , , »
STEINWAV -x SONS PIANOS
Anr.iiiAN, H'-i ■: \ ■•.: t, !;,>»?-;=
* r.reet, Itt. Sixth and Steiith.P-jO?^*^
opposite Oonrt-hoow. PMNOB TO? I » I Jf
LITT ih>»« mW on inccit^nmAT.t" »n ?t>lm
KHOWLEDGE IS POWER!
READ I
KNOW TiiYS£t-Fi^*^P3ra£y
The un*.>i'l ml erlM tkat nttlH boat ind'ncretion
i>: •.ir I ',- ifo may bo »l!evwtol a-<l ca eil. Tbow
vtedOßtt tlw IMKItioB idd ! nrcliaiw htiil read
the new mc<li-al work ;■■;'. bad bjrth* fmbody
i»p<lici:l I «illin», :-:>i. ci titled Urn -rl
enrc <>r UM : or. Snr frrorrv^tlon. It is
ii-.t '■<-. lv a complceta »nH jitrf.ct trcati-9 un Man.
boed, bbMMted yfc«Wjr, .Nervous a:id Physical
Dehi'itv, Fnmttqii I>.cii.e in man, Krr»rs of
Tiwlli. eti"., bu'_ it r<H.t'!p« one hundr- 1 »:■ 1
twenty five 1 r.-- 1 riji ii B9 'ot -cuty *ncl chronic dis
eases, <parh one at Y>h;rh U )nvela:tr<:r bo
■ t \ : by thcauihcr, wh^c tviKiri.iicc for 21 tears
i« such M snbabll never ljrf.irn feil to the lot <'f
aaT phyicim. It mrfrihll 300 pfttres, bonnd in
heimtfil aBMHN '1 oivtrn, full gilt, enib/ t]tlbe 1
with 'he v«ry fines*- Uot-i «.! '^ruvinirs, ( /«-«rai.t*i-(l la
be aku w>rk in uvtrj- 8-ni.e mccb^nict!. lit«rtry
prof^siona! — than any other work retailed in
Vu' rouii'ry lor Si 50. or the m ncv will bo re
mndel. Price, only »1 2r> by mail. Gold Medal
awarded the «uth ir by the National M <Ji:V A«cw
G atvnn. Illa*}*ratrd sau j'e sent on receipt of six
cenU. Sc::d now.
Addresa I'FAB'iDY MEDICAT. INS'ITCTE. or
UK. W. H. I'AKKVO, No. 4 buirin ■>> rtreet, Bon
ton, M»s». Tbo author may h« con«nled on all (Jia
e«j«i rsuuirißg tkiU and cxperienci.
05-ljTuJh.}«l«lyWg
AUCTIONS.
CARPETS
TAPE3TEY, ICKI'SAK.LS.
TBKEE-PLT, IIAMt-LOOM,
IWO-PLT, IM.KAH,
And HATTDkCB
—AT TIIK VIRT—
T^% ajc^/'l-l Wt h B-l>'gy. TT^*Tl a^i^Kt-
SHER3URN I & SMITH.
333 X Street, between Third and f ourth.
aull-3ptf
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