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THfe 1) ULY RECORD-UNION.
PUll;: I ..OCTOBER 2«. IBSS
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O ■••■■» [30.2849 Calm Cilia Ci'.udy
V- • • " -Si 46 aim Oilni.. .03 < lear
Ru»br.n;.. SO. » 63 N. W. Lichl Fair
■toodocino, . 130.08 4Q K. 20 l.igbt C^ear
8., i ;..■_.;....■). 05 li 2 N". ; '..i.:ht C.ear •
B>fTM, • ».06M b W. lUgh«I Ugh« ' :)<;ar
S. KraneJaoo jS'J.oo 64 S. W. 7 Freeh Oaar
VvJw. .., 30.04 80 Oalm Culm Clear
f. - ".■ • . ' r . V. 7 Fr^fh Clear
8a« Ditto isO.OOgt B. lUsrbt Clear
■•• '.xtn.i;:;: ' .• — '--.r .70 ; mlnlrnrim, 00.
Hirer aVi\ 0 law-water rr.irk, 9 feet 2 ir-.ches.
A fall of 6 :achc» in pist 24 honre.
. M> A. BAKW1O&,
. , S:a-.ia! Corps, I}, a A.
&i.sos h F.r mas.
A ad ir;-'..o>i -,>t ti.; UztoKO-Unoa Is isaue.. 1
c*u:s a* i' •- :•- •' b»h glng tlie Eastern RH'l coast
ocw'd u;j to tbAjS iv-nr. By t-hij Baiee^JSKßMßl *.'■;
KacoßD- Zxt- - - . B . . i.t iht lataut lows orniu
able at t-'J po an cist aaa i.crth .>f Bedmaato.
Tno n , ..:<..u of tlie RkcxhujUmui
is carried by u^rnioK iraim, U abuul of a!l
cor.i>et:lors ■ ■ U: north as Chico, on the Califoroia
an-i Oregea RaflTged ; v.-at tv *»— ■'t^. an<! south Vj
SU-ofcln, natt ei-i t" CoifiX, Koisom and Placor
<llle w.'. r.l inA7c:cdiate j.liv;ta. The second ed;t;ju
•n.i -er will i.- :c,ur.ii V'h Oiy U|>on the third p*c;e.
THIS MORNING'S NEWS.
In New Turk Government bonds are quoted at
ll'J', for 4s of 1007; DS t«-r 4Ji; 101$ for Sja ;
■terSofc M at 'i S«i; silver bare, 113].
bilrcr ia London, f.l ;.'< '•<! ; consols, 101 3 1&1; 5
per eciit. doited MatM \-nda, ixteuded, 103; 4s,
121}; «fe 115j.
In Ban fmu ana baU Lara tie quoted at J dls
eo'i'it to par ; *■*— ._!*, lira, 01J@92 cents.
An MHMRMBI of 15 centa i«:r share hug been
Icriwi by thi Justice Mii.iug Company.
Hfelingahxka were wcik in San Francisco yestcr
diy ir.i::ii: ,-. Nearly all kind were lower than
Wednesday, the decline varying from sctof'\ i« r
sh&rv. B „i . s.i is dull Litnl preapoota trl<*»njy.
(ha raridei cc uf Joiiathui Strine, near Fresno, lias
been dcstrov.'i by fre.
Tlw tiallui ;u tin- i> ; ■:. LegiataiaM fur United
Stiti-s Senator BbowwJ r.i ofcaage, lliklio'.l null
!«' ■;.... ' !■ SI iriei.Us.
Tbe failure cf B. V. St Trs &C>„ of Kcdham,
Mas*., >i:it.fß of $430,000.
* !>■■ ■■, nil :>t Km xvillc,
TuiM., yesterday, in \\\\c\: three prsaalaoMtaiiiaeee
wtrc ki.led.
.'•■•'!:.: D, i. tree*, lata Pabtte I'rir.ur, iU-.:
d«y at Bert city Spring's, la.
: •■; .:iMioans of the Hat Ehode Islin.l b.v
■-t li. J. S;i i.,ir fir O riifreas.
nbj ict ol arm] often iio 1 . i«y:n^' tfca r Joat
debt* is attracting Hin atliwUnn irf Thn "■ irttn i of
Wan
OvfrJwk, the bomb maker, baa bean »c\tenc;d
to death at Trieste.
B*rry SoUino, tbe actor, is a candidate for Par.
hamc.it in Inlaud.
A cm!!,!-! .i- : scarred at n- ■ : ■:.•. Wedoasda] ma
in;:, in whic ■ .ii f.:-i:lu ear* .icre necked mid an
engineer J.i,._ roa-Jy hurt.
A sir ok .■: jUhHM .k arae f.-lt yesterday mom
in? at Mend' • 10.
1:1 :i! - ■ ■' m if. Ilin mlnae. miluil
the I'r>- • . rica i Newt 0 nqmrj at
New York, ■ , ■ :..... • ■ -. ,| [ r |,ui n tiff f, lr
til. ' -
lath k i i'.'s fa auotloa at St. Louis for the
Siaybv- li, the i ma bought l>v a lady
for $1,000, > od<i ■ • '• be resold.
TVe > .. : ■ ■: ■ b -\u oooatotad to permit
•apier t'. ..: i d araM, Dndet certain
conditiui.s.
J.Ch ■ ■ i . ■ .1 ForOoognM by
the Kepub . ■ | Rhode I land Dis
trict.
Fire a; i-!. !. 'iii".
Fanny ftaneU't rimi'ins anived BortOQ yester
day Borniny, and were buried in the ■ftßrnmm,
A r. r .- . ■:' , i, ixjiliiii >:.!i!.r-.'a ! eili|>^:iici:i Twen
tieth street, Philadelphia, yesterday, but no one was
hurt.
C ■■. :ar,. la ljrn.i K e was caused at Krankford
Rdalelpbia, bytheexptoeioßOf a thengdoa can
of !>eiuiue.
Tii-. meek uidcaigoai the ship Rremen, ashore
on tlie Kar»i!onep, were sold by auction at San r>.in
dec > v -fti-nl IJ (or $JSO.
WnUam llc>;!is bMbKB arrestt-l at Sar. Frjnci»co
on a charge uf IfhnUng Judf;c Halsey, of the Superior
Court.
Th ■ Bmmbi U Oandrf arrived at Lnidjn jester
day from Egypt.
The ri.sid.ici: of cv-U .venmr Curtis, at H >:se
City, Idaho, 'a-.:s |»rt!y dc-trnyed by Bra yesterday.
G --us raging In Tubisoo, Mexico.
IbUw - at 'i.a'iin, Ml'xcci, buzardi
<cl on tlie half bnrie I bodtej uf tho jvnr.
After cl^cr- (5 nfflnmi at iTirtUnapnlltyoitei Jiji,
fie Am : ■ i: itth Aaneiati nfitedopon
DrtK.;r v the i''a-c f"r the next mmHiifl
Hr. Hamlll >n claims S9 100 loi hJnervioeedar
■•i
■ E. Dean hu bean Bocsinated forCongren
kj ■ 'f tbe Second Miami Inn in
■tablet.
'■v - « . .ui: _r, in fi Ohteago Court, to
pran tin 1 h g ri'c (Qultuu'e sister) ia tmase.
Bm Dans run ,>: ih,- Tvent] f.;u:t'i IV- nsy!
*»nia !^ ;• Domiiiatcd JofanG. He
The ■■ ;-"ir.il .mil PrincMH Laulse will
lea-.- Vic 1 . •i-;;i fur Sj.i I'r :.: t ;-, .. about the 27 h
■atant
One hundred and fifty balss o( ootton werede
■fcrayed terdav pt Bewbern, N. C.
Juiai' !::.'. \fA '■ ammsßd, an i member ol Con
fn.~, ('.ioil in :i .w.iri county, Miry anrl, ydetoday,
afTbd 70 ] nr .
At Saiii i It isi vest Hd iy, Pvil Heisvl sta^be 1
Jack A:ui:.<. ii Bictmg daogtrow weand*.
Cliar'i-9 Baraahns, a pioDaer ..f Yreka, died at
that plaoa ;, c. tardajr.
Bo'> Ford, ono of Hie notorious Ford brothers, is
<m triil for isuderal ri«ttsSur», Mo.
John HiVjard, United states Cocsnl at Gojerich,
On-, died vfsie. Jay.
Wondtl' 1" i!!i(«) h»s lieon nominated for Conjrefia
by the ProbiblUoaMa si Om KiMi Masiacbuaittg
»Btiict.
Ike S)iii> . ■ -. arb > na !<> h-ue been har-c.l t...
day at Atlim •., 0 i , hit l.een reeaitud by Governor
Colquitt.
At Penaac .1., F:*., tegteidaf, :.! c.i-es uf yellow
feTeT .. Ifl ■ li i were rc[M>rt<.'d.
Hc»iy ra:ni in Li>iiijiar.a, Mi.<s >uri a-i i Texa#,
U*\e cit.i 1 .. ia : I the cotton crop.
Tv?- death • >..,;..■ ...' WtUk, cor.vict.jd a-i acc«
aorytoihe mirl .- .f CsoitaUa Kiv*na-h Inlrr
laud, has : eta eeuiuuited to penal scrvituJe.
O.i the four: :■ page tl.is mwiilm mm be found
aaati^Khl'cforebo iWipa tehee, list of letters, etc.
■*•»> L-.in witet hmrlij iiaa been
forced u,on pabfie attention. Nowe >mes a brother
•f the la>iy i-vl „ it. i:, a pel far r/rapathy for her
aftaftbatroog udeed. Ha aa^a ehe fa) a pan, i.,viii Z
woman. Si. aaabeen married twenty two years,
«ni bu'. ■. • ■ ..... „f an ,|, u „;. lle hag ", veen plssa> J
with her hosbaad, owfag to hu nroieoged aaaaßeea
at scv Oa ber fu heea cast the garden ol the
Household. 1 1 irtni Ua l.i-t terrible Arc.i,- tri;> she
**»«■— '■ '■ r ; ■•"'a m deeply th-tt under the Ben ,;:*
etrain her r ••- "i m ittatlnjed. She w.u an in
•eifeaH ■ her chiidren, but »« ai'iit^t in
Cact a ivldowd wife.
Tins P.tfl Xcll Owuttt ur<ea the advoe.itef „f
woms:,» ri.-Mfl and the agitators of their lii,-tier
eduTi.i ,i to -rive their unseat support to lawn
tenrns. ? : .nv iviih in.-rcno.l txercisa will come hi;h
•rojecul a3 we!l as physical capicitiea, and ia a
eoaple of p-ncration3 the no will hi the rajnar
■■rxcaad-enDdtan »•!! be fi ■ior men and women
tkan ew, and men wiil hive ili-vt'ii<pcJ a«t.»jo nearer
tx> ;>^.rf. '.mil
An v • - his bean adJ«J to the already ex
teclc-l Oat f n Mi, jrtis'ic shade*, ie U cilled
nootyv.: kle, it I ts oaa HgU i< of a iklicite rosy
pink, and ::\ .-no'.licr throws on; a delicious golden
bae. D lerv mich reavmblca thj esthetic tint
■»•■ vr. si "da»rn,"*chicb appeared list year. Pru
kahly tba next tliiio will be "aoaaal ■
Tur. Ona Valler Kaaa has discovered a " ditch
•emil«r 1- noar thcri whose font m^a^arcn e%*Aeaei
iacbes in Icu'tX At !wt the myeteiy is s^lre i us
towho ;r.iJ-i tho knaksai the clay it; ti.e Xtv.via
Stat? I'ri* n yard.
Ho-tirial eWeaM dive oryiHiieJ a Fores'r"
th«:a nueived in the Djmini'in wi;h
great favor. How lonj w:!l it be before Califoniiats
»et in tbe r-.atter? Thsre Is pressing liecj for it.
Mrs UvEKjioau v.ote recsntly in » jrivate ltt
4er: " iha af wfpap. rj of Boston are great!)- Iro
jirovei !>•'«• t'-at women are employed ca regular
•rri'er? M 'he stuff." All !
m 0 ...
At a niscti-£ of the Boa;do( Education cf St.
Pan', Minn., ivMntlr, a resohi'ion was adopted in ;
trqri'tc r._- timjv>rance t«xt-books in soaie of the '
ymtiiie tcL.uis ol tbat cit/.
ESTEE VERSUS ES TEE.
Taking as much interest as we do in
Mr. Kitee'a canvass, we are always ex
tremely scrry to r'nd him occupying
untenable positions. We are the more
disappointed when he commits the impru
dence of runnirg counter to his own record
in co intelligent and well-informed a com
munity as thK Mr. Estee, before speak
ing in S icramento, should have reflected
that the Record Uxios had taken some
puts to make the public here acquainted
with his put political history, and that
conkeijucntly he was going among a people
who would bii pained, and whose esthetic
sense would be disagreeably jarred, by
any conspicuous "discordance ia his utter
ances. We had hoped that Mr. Estee
would recognize these things, and that
therefore when hr. spoke here his speech
would be quite a work of art and beauty
for harmony at.d sweetness. But we are
afraid that the acerbities of tbe cam
paign have untuned our friend's lino mind
somewhat ; that his enforced intimacy
with all manner of rough and uncultured
people, whose votes it is necessary to
solicit, has to some extent incapacitated
him for the nice work which ought to have
been done at the theater in this citj . It
might indeed bo thought that be had
fallen into the error of supposing that the
crudities which suflieed for less cultiva
ted and reflective audiecces would, pass
current here. For what did Mr. Eitee do I
He actually performed the remarkable in
tellectual gymnastic of turning his back
upon himself. He denounced doctrines
which it should be his pride and boast to
have advocated. He cut himself loose
from the mest creditable portion of hiß
past record.
He did all this when be denounced tbe
railroads for not ptying their taxes, and
when ho questioned thesoundaeea of Ju^ge
Field's decision in the railrovl tax esses.
For it is of record that Mr. Eitee when in
the Constitutional Convention was opposed
to the sclioniß of rai'roid taxation which
Judge FihM h*a declartd invalid. Had hia
advico buca taken in tho Convention thfi
r»ilruaJ3 would haw. rxen taxed c(iu:tably,
a^d they never woull or could have re
hi-itt-d taxation. But how cm Mr. Brief
denounce the corporations for not submit
tiag to » scheme cf taxation which he bim
stlf declared to \>e uDJust and unconstitu
tional ! And how cm he find fault with
the Circuit Cour: for holding his O'vn viows
upon this (jueiition? He believed, wh?n in
the Convention, t'uat tbe methods propo. el
fjr a«siS2:rjg the railroads involved an un
just *iiflliliiinlillll against tho?e corpora
tions. He eaid this, and argued it very
forcibly. But now he says that the rail
roads are to blame because they did not al
low themselves to be unjustly taxed with
out resistance ; and ho also finds fault with
the C^nrt which confirmed tho prescience
and wistlom of his own forecast. These
are very strange and anomalous positions
for Mr. Eatee to take, and to take such
positions at Sacrameato, where the public
are familiar with his record, was very un
fortunate and il!-consideied.
For everyone here has long since real
ized that Mr. Estee i 3 bound in consistency
to defend the railroad in the tax cases, and
to maintain the sousdness of Judge Fie! j's
decision ; sicce not to do these things ie to
wrong his own intelligence and foresight,
and to mske himself out at cross- purposes
with his own record. Aud when a gentle
men of Mr. Estee's line mind commits mis
takes of this kind, co p\lpable, not to say
flagrant, uncharitable people — of whom un
happily the world is full — are prcne to de
tect in the act what they call demagogism.
What such censorious persons cay i*, thit
Mr. Estee " has gone back " on h ; .m3olf, be
cause it is his immediate object to make arj
anti-railrcai record for himself, and be
cau&e his former positrons do not iii in to
that purpose. They say that he has there
fore determined to Bay things which he
docs not mean, and even to stultify him
self, rath it thin run the risk tf logins
votes by maictiiuin^ his consistency. An!
the friends of Mr. E.teo find it quite im
possible to defend him against this kind of
criticism, for the reason that it is foucder 1 .
on what appears to ba the truth.
AM this is very discouraging, and the
more so because it really was not good
policy, even taking the lowest standard
for Mr. Esteo to brand himss'it as an knti
railroad demagogue in this community. He
ought to have known that ho could not
capture any votes hero en that bi^is. Tic
people of Sacramento ara not anti riilroad.
Oath«; contrary, they believe ia thcrailroid,
and they condemn the impostors who are
trying to get into office by abusing it. No
man can help himself here by denouncing
the railroad. >To man can Jo other than
injure himself by taking that course.
What a pity it was, therefore, that Mr.
Estee did not tike the straight path whioh
lay before him ; that he did not avail him
self of the opportunity which offered itself
so temptingly, and say : " Fellow citizecs :
" All the trouble about railroad taxes
•' grew out of the rejection by the Consti
tutional Convention of the views which
"I presented on tho floor of that body.
" Hid my advics been t.iken in the mold
"iDg of the new Constitution, the rail
" roads would have been taxed like other
"people, anl they would have paid their
"taxes as other people do. As to Judge
" Field's decision, it is a flittering vicdica
"tiuuof the po3itiDn wh-ch I took npon
"the subject, and I am therefore bound to
"say that I agree with it entirely."
This would havo been in every way a fit
speech for Mr. E-:tee to make ; for it wouM
have been true and coneistect, and it
would have commemkd him to tbe ap
proval cf hia Sisrameato audience. But
we regret to say that he had not the judg
ment to perceive thit hia interest lay, at
leant on this oooaaioo, in telling the truth
and being consistent with his record, and
so he offended the moral sensibility and
the artistic taste of hia auditors by a con
tradiction of his own positions wh : eh was
worse than unnecessary, and by an aeeau'.t
npon the rr.iiroads and the Circuit Court
wLioh was 6uioidal in its implication. Sac
ramento was prepared to treat Mr. Estee
hiarisomely. She had not a great d-al of
enthusiasm in stock, but she gave him
what was available. And this is the
; scurvy return sha received. Really it
mnst be set down a» very unfortunate for
the cause which Mr. E^tee represents—
whatever that may be. It 13 not Republi
canism, as we understand that term. Mr.
Estes himself says it is Sunday Law and
Auti Railroadism. On the first of thts= is
sucahispirtyhasapartie-ilarly bad position.
And on the second of these issues M r. Estee
himself occupies, as we have shown, a
mest Rcomalous attitude. Perhaps it is a
pity that he could not have found a third
isuo upon which to discourse, for as it
was wo fear ha has not advanced his own
prcspscts appreciably.
AccoHDisa to Dr. Browne, of the Jewish Xlrrald,
Jud^ Hilton oilers to make his peace with tte
Jewish people by contributing 110,000 to tho Eusjian
refugee fund. At the same time be denies tbat be
used the lanjruags concerning Je«» attributed to
him by the New York press.
MR. DOYLE AS A RAILROAD COMMIS
SIONER.
The Chronicle tries to libel John T.
Doyle by asserting that he was a " reliable
" enemy " of the railroads when he was a
Railroad Comraisbioner. It is, however,
| only necessary to examine his report of
I 1577 to see that thene allegations are eu
; tirely undeserved. In fact it may be said
| that Mr. Doyle at that time was opposed
to nearly every positioa now assumed by
; him, and that h? gave much better reasons
j for his faith then thin he is able to give
now. He was then perftctly willing to
admit that " the railroads of the State are
" in good order, and th'ir m<iM<je.ment irif
" and eronomkal, and conducted with a ritw
"to public MeMataei .' " Would he make
such an admuaion now that he ia a candi
date for office: Ho then declared that
! very few complaints had been made to the
Commission, and that of these the majority
proved on inquiry to bo unwarranted. (See
page Bof report.) He then entered into
an elaborate denunciation of that very
: " cost of service" theory (see pages 13-14)
which he now upholds, lie then said
" we agree that it is not possible to regu
" late by General Act the carrier's charges
"on the baa;? either of the cost cf the
"service to him, or its value to the
"customer." He then asserted that it
was impossible to fix rates) of freight by
law. (See page 14 ) He then opposed all
the methods, of statutory classification
proposed, sayiug I " These expedient*,
" howtver, are all objectionable; none of
"the conditions proposed as a baiia of
" classification of roads have any neccssa
"ry relation to the consideration* which
''should control the price of transpor
tation over them." (See page 17 I
He then used the following most
emphatic language in condemnation of the
very propositions which he now pretends
to advocate: *'Ti;e general oV'j«ction to
"laws whic'a fix an arbitrary price at
" which one man shall sell his merchandise
"or his services to another, is ali-o of the
" gravest kind. Such enactments are,
"generally, in violation of sound princi
" pies of government, as recognized by al!
" enlightened publicists, are retrograde by
"several centuries ia their character, ci
" sentially tyiant:ical in their nature, ami
"only justifiable un li r the pressure of
"some public emergency, such as war, lire,
" famine or pestilence, when all private
"rights have to give way to public neces
"tity." Tois is a sweeping condemnation
of the whole theory of railroad regulation,
and we have the C'hronh-h'.i word for the
statement that it was written by John T.
Doyle. Fur a»man who \» n>w being held
up as a " reliable enemy " of the corpora
tions, this individual would seem to ent<r
tua almost as heterodox views as Mr.
Kstee. We could till columLS with ex
tracts from Mr. Doyly's report, aa con
vincing and unmistakable in their tone as
those we have given above, but EaC the
moment this is enough, and we j : . .-cut the
collocation as en j more slight contribution
to the demonstration of the fraud and hy
pocrisy which permeate the campaign of
this year in California.
HOODLUMS AND CHINESE.
A few da>s ago a number of Chinese la
borers returned to San Francisco from Ari
zjna and New Mexico, and as they made
their way through Chinatown they were
assaulted and maltreated most cru» lly aud
persistently by a larje number of hood
lums, who w.re encouraged in their bru
tality by another group of hulking adult
rullians. At Stockton, more recently, a
lot of hoodlums undertook to rob a Cnina
man, and then bhot him in the leg* with
revolvers. In neither «f theao c?ses were
any arrests mad?. Oj cour3e impunity in
the perpetriticn of cowardly brutality en
courages tho young blackguards who com
mit these offenses. O: course also they
are all the bolder because grown men
laugii at their infamous behavior, and
think it good sport to see Chinamen
baited. If the biited Ckinaaaea should
on some such occasion turn upOD their per
secutors aud kill a few of them, perhaps it
would teach the re»t to conduct themselves
decently, and it certainly would not 'iirain
ish the number of respectable citizens.
PASSENGER LISTS.
Omaha, October l'J.Si. — Lett here to-day,
ta arrivo in Sacraniaiitj October 23J : Mr-.
A. liear, Sehnyler couo'.y, II; Mn. il.
I'VI.-w, Miss I?. \Vnil.\ Mre. A. Tnrniiy, T.
L. Tormey, Owl Abbat, F. A. Bobucon,
San Fr^uvi.-o ; Fr.»i.:t I iejfoid aid wifr,
WaaMr, K ;.ja ; Mx 3. C Wtioaa, Yuh* Ci:v ;
Mrs. J. A. C.y.j, Cleveland: Mra. S. C,
Farnhiiiu, Vailtjo; M.-s. J. .J. UWeUcd
Stillmin Valley. 111.; Theodore Lumlev,
London, E:(? ; E'.la J. Stone, AshUid,
Mißa ; M*h. C'ijilain Gre^u'e-.f, Miinc ; Mra.
Hargar, l'nillij.s. New Yo;k; MiM J. F.
tfoip, Ucica, a. V.; Ifn John H. Copp,
Mystic, Uonu.; Miss S. F. Ingharr., Phila
delphia ; Mrs. (?. Miller, Nashville ; Mrs. J.
W. WilJaor, X. L. Swfet and wife, Grand
Rapid* Mich ; Mrs. D. 11. .Tohna-jD, Con
«t»i.t!.'.e, Miwh.; Clsre (Jojkicdil', S?c Jose j
Mrs, D. Anir.ws, Is>n.vt!K M^..; 3 X
B:>thm»U, Ne» Y;.rk ; K. E. Ast.n. Chiea-o;
Oliver 13 .a.well and irife, Tr<T, N. V.; f..1
--liin-iog m«mben Ilive^ly'^ " Whit.! SUve"
Domput] : Miss Liuise Pjlrester, Miss Coo
r.ie Thoano^, Cecilj 1 : „:.,' 6o*tswa Le^vitt
Georga Wess.-ller, B».;ry IfaxvvU, Walter
Lannox, \V. M. Tt-ojaso:), Oao. W. Murray.
Twenty-two througb emiijrint.) left <n
iait eight's etrii^r;»;it tr»ia, t) arrive in
Sacravceat'). Oeiooei -?::r.
Caiilin, Ootober l!tih.— Tawed hero to
•^ay, to arrive in ra r.uiei'lii t'i-morrow: A.
L. Djy aod wife, \Y\ iJ Y.trp nnd wife, J.
Adgin«, F. Kiach, San Francisco; Mt*. C
U. Wimnra, VVellp, Nsv ; Mrs. J. M. Rosa
aiid obi'id, Washington Terrifory ; Miss Ki:
tie WcttUn t. Mince»pj'.i.» ; F. M.sod, New
/. ■ i.rd; E. V. Bayarr", F. H. O!m*teadsnd
wife, J. l> li*. v.irth, New York ; G.jorga F.
H'ilirt;% ll.xo'uiu ; X, J. Refd, Aiizona*
U. K. WUm <o, C ,a!» ; Itn. W. W. Breth
e-;<ic, I'ortian ■•■, Or.; J. \j. D»v,'-, v.U on d
'hreachii'Jrp", ICtei Xamilnw*, M!m 'iVndu,
.Tapirs ; \. F. Ijiach. New Hmd]m!i«; I>. J
Donne, Vi/|rhU Ciy; F. P. Hiekerwmy,
Wood Eire) ; 11, n. Bebwdwtchtw and wife.
M ■■'ir.a; \V. B. Stopp, S^U Like; l>ou:s
<> !i •, I. .Videncj, U. 1 ; ftUotba AuttmUui
crickoUn, ia ebWgi uf V/. Shatman, T.
Kt.r»D, F. K. BooS-jrtb, J. M. B'-c^">rn, O.
J. B ji.Ler, G K. Palmer, S. P. Jones, T. W.
Gairett, A. C. BmnermnD, P. S. McDon
nell. H. F. Bnyle, H. H. Mas»ie, G. GiffeD,
Ch-i'!es \V. Beal, W. L. Murlcck, Captain,
of Victoiis, N. fc : . W., iv special car.
Newhall. Octiber l'Jih. — Paeeed here to
doy. to ur.-ive in Baa F/antisco hi ■nwiim :
•I. HarrUun. S»a Francisco ; H. Shaeffer,
Pnaoott; G.-o Maleira, New York; .J. P.
L')nera;an. Tucs >a ; Wm. Walker, Lcs
Ant-sles; W B. CAl.iwell. J,w Ar?eleu; ML
Byrne, S»n B-manjino ; W. Album, Uanta
Am; |Qm Uayne*. Mra. Haync, Hutn
nj.ldt; Mrs. McMlHaB, A. G. McK^n,
Canada ; Ifn, Josephine B-own, Sm Fran
c-bco ; L. Goldsmith, Saita An» • X ]j
Oeimton, (>*Waad ; L. M. QoadernhMh,
John B. Mihon, San Fr»n?i«co; J L Arm
«trom and wife, S»n Luis Obiapo ; Geo C
tagan. Chica K o ; Mrs. J. B. Moore, Miss !?.
?, i ls 1? -,: NI^ 9 £^ I'ivin^ton, New York ;
•J. n:: m\dt, Tucson.
A carpenter of Niemta, France, while
making some r-:paira to aa old house in the
city recently, discovered a secret recepta
c a in the wall, and in this rece»s rolls r.f
goid amounting iv value tr> §00 000 Tiie
carpenter proposed to divide this sum with
the owner of the houee. Then it was dig
covertd that the ro;U of gold were wrap
ped m papers en which was written tue
name of '• Maraiier," a noted mi^sr who
had lived -.n the house in 1773. The heirs j
cf the miser hearing of the iiud of the lost
trcasnre brought euit to reclaim it, and i
Uve worn the case. The carpenter and his
employer therefore got nothing.
— ♦ -• _^_
Hoesfoed'B Acid Phosfhatk for ner^us
cers, indnt. stion, etc Send to the R' im f w d
Cfeanetl \Uk, Prcv.denca, R. L , for
pampljie-. Milled free.
DOMESTIC NEWS.
Deplorable Tragedy In Tennessee ; Three
Prominent Citizen* Killed la the MreeM
or ■miaffla lusiaa Ksploslobh at Poll
ndelpku Peraonal Lil.t :c> League -The
Jeannelte lnqulry-ton x re»^lunal Xom-
i.:;iiii.i,» - ;i |,. of Sealit for Ihe Sla)baek
!;< in in ill, Fire Becord-The Scuvllleit
In t'oarl Attain— Etc.
,»•'!" H.. DISPATCIias TO ID« «sCu:Ui.r>::.:, ;
DOMESTIC XEWS.
Three Men Killed In a »houtlD X Affray
Memphis, October l'Jih.— lt i.i teported
heie tliat at Kuoxville, Tean., this Dioriiin^
i Joß'-ph A. Mibrey and Gror«e W. Msbrey
were ehot aud killed by Usjat IVru O'o'on
nor, »n.i he in turn wss killed Ly ttiendi of
the Mabreyf.
FURTHKB DETAILS.
KNdXViLLB (renn.), October l'J.h.— The
moet tatribta euoouuter kuown to the aunala
of homicide occurred to-day at 10 o'clock on
! (Jay btreet, in thn city, t; 'Demi Jo3tpn A
M»lfy. *r-, -I'se^.h A. Hit**?, Jr., and
Major Thomas O'Connor ail fell la ihe coi-
fliot, with two other partits woucdei. T,.e
difficulty grew out of au old rfrui'i; -. Taatti
j day at the races M !i:e> ep^roacned O'Con
nor with threats and hand* - n hi» arms ia t! o
...i:|i 'ii.li :i>u-r. O'Connor replied that ie was
no place or ti-i.e for an tMatf, and that tit
»v unarmed. This ateostag, the rumor
goes, M*brey sect O'Conr.or wotil thnt he
would kill him on sijjht. At 10 o'clock &I»
--hrey pawed down (iiy street on the Tlrirsltrl
gidu Bosn the Mechanica' National Hack, of
which O^OoawNt is. Pnpident. O'C.;r.uor
m-pped from the h»nk to the miidle nl tbe
pavement and hred twofhotg acrcss the street
in rapid em.C3e.Nioa, both of which took effect,
Mabrty fjliin^ dead O'Uoannr turt-ed and
stiz -1 acotker gun as he saw J; Siph Mabrey,
Jr., who wan rttpidly coming down the street.
Mahnf nr.d up.-n him, with the \>i->. 1 heid
in both ImaJs, at a distance < f thirty y.rc ■.
Tha b;ill ps&ted through ( ('Connor'* heart,
but nearly ti=.uitaneoaaly O'Connor tired
on Mubrey, Jr., aud both fell dead. The
whole frinedy occurred within two iniuuu*.
Ntither of the thn-e spoke a word after beirj^
."!>'>.. (i n--r.il Mabrey had about thirty
{ bn.'kshut iv 1-i ■* bwdy. A byßt!iuder was paiav
fiiily w ,tiudo 1 in thd tkigk, and nuother
wound-d iv the aria. Fmic men had Uv.tr
cluthuj pteaad by bMatshat, Th-j rifiir
cause! K^^- excitcu.i at, tad (Jjy ntosvl WM
thr. u^ea with tho'.iv ii.ild uf ;>coi>le. lieuer. 1
Mibrey an.l hi, h.n Jon were aci|uitUd ot.ly
» frw dijs a^.> 'f th.H murdtr of ICoana
Lmhy und Uo:i Lanky, fatli^r aud Ms, WaMnl
•J. y ki!;e 1 tossa Isbsj a n 'o. WIM Itslmj
wi.H ltillf.l iy Dm Lanky lo«i Christmas.
Mj : Tijomai O'Couuor w^B the we«llhUst
Baa ia ihc State.
ONE Off THE SLAIN.
Cnomua, Oatobsr Was.— MaJ«r O*Ost>
nor, killed at Ku 'xvill-, T . nv., t-i-d»y, w.i>
well known a* a ironeral Ltniaees tuan, aeJ
Uvonbly r-u-.^r i«l h»re. He had accaoiu
latrl 510.000.000 cii cc the war. but waa
]->vi-i a..'l helpful to iie-or\ [•.-,; persons.
A -lOL'KXALISTIC VIEW.
Ni.w VmiK. Oesaaat l'Jth.— lka fVnWw
siy< i { ir.e X' • iville tragtdy : T o an U.
hail '.lii seems t ) havj bee:i a jitrf-'ct BrBBBmL
No imiaiiiaaHf h watai . fT fst tlio imppres
«oa <>t me 1 ! t!em n's if lar'irim Thert
is a c in])l^t. n «•< sbaar) trii-i Mfiirat Kaox
viUe that will ommecd it to t' c uul lie.
hi. I in- lily Polities.
>t 1 oris, OMeant 19th. — l"h» snti-
Fi!lty Rsuubitesa City Convection me".
thi-; rmriii'jg. Dr. Kmi'e l'rectoriuu*. of
Wa*t Irxkport, wa* mails temporary Cli Jr.
Baa. OsaaaaitMai avn sppohited, aad tK«
•..'n-ventinn u"j mri.td until 1:30 p. m , t;i piw
iki j •••■ . an opportaai^r to nttaod b poblio
me; tin* ou 'Change, k» a tribute to the lon
"iiitMrel by the death ot Colonel A W
Slayback.
iSECOXD DISPATCH.]
St. 1.01i.5, Ooti.Vitr 19th. — Ths auti-Fillcy
Rapab ienaa v ■ij.inat 'd tin faHawias city
ticket: Three .lul^e* of tie Circuit Court,
Henry A. Clover, Jty L. Forrey, acd Na
than Frank ; Jn 'e,e of Criminil Court, Joj.
G. 1. ■ „ i' ; Sheriff. Isaac M. M&son ; Coro
nt-r, Dr. John N. Frank ; Recorder of £>;redf>,
Ji^ceph A. Wher»y ; Clerk of Circuit C- urt,
Charles F. Vcytl ; C!erk if Critnin »l Court,
Archie Cjrr ; Clerk of Crurt of Ckiatfasi
Correction, Frank Janway ; Attorney o f
Cooit of Criminal Cjrrectifn, Corcelius Me
15ri;lp ; aw tast attorney of sarae Cuur', Al
fred ttQtSBSS (a il )!(•<■ ) Of the abova n.ic i
uee«, thf fullowii'g are ou tLe Fiiley ticket :
,Nft'hi.n Frnnk. linac if. Mnaoa, Dr. Frink,
OhitUs F. Vogel, Arcl.i ; L'dtr.
Si>l:iiiinl>',l r»r lon;n-..,
Trovidesci (K. I.) Oetobec l!»:h.— The
Ke;;nM c*ns ■ f tho Hrvt Dirt'ict have uomi
nat d H. J. Sjioiuer for OoßStcss.
L'oSTON, Ootobn 19 b. — The Democrats of
tho Seoorjd L>id-rict havd noa.inated KJgar
K. Daanfor Coagreai.
Puov;i>ence, OotoSer 19:h.— The Hspub
licriiis of the Secan i I)i-itrict have no:uicaced
J. Chase for Congress.
riTT.sBURG, October ]o:h.— T!ie D?!r.c
cratic Ooafeteaet of the Xwai.ty foorth Con
■.; f«injl D itfiot have ar.n.i z'e.i John G.
McUouahy, uf Lawrence county.
Nlv,ai:k (X. J), October I'J.K— TJe
.Sixth i)i«Mic! D^mucrate have no;a:aate.i
U-Kayoi Fiedltr fjr OoDglCSf.
liosioN, Uotobec V.hh — Trc< Fkobibittaßfati
■i f the Fifth District have no/niudltd Weudell
I Phillip* fcr Geajmtv.
Thr Jiauneile InvrHllxallon.
Washingtj.n, Ooiobar l!>.h.— ln the J?»r?
--n^tteB.ard of bqairy Danothow^r w»s re
called ard wjh asken tho following qufstion :
"Do you kno^ of ar.yihiLigin th« msx
njent cf the Jeantstte which rabsMceat cz<
j perisnee prove. pr< j -.duiil and wl.icb c .uld
hay? been ay i.ia.iV
His reply v a' : "1; h a qnei-tion of j ad,'
--| meat whica U ci'.leJ for by the Court, m i!
| when I e-nbark"d m tbs expedition I was to
| abide by tha Jodgailßt of the comannder,
and I do not wish co opp >?3 ray jadgmaot to
tLst of the commander's and o:h9n§ unless it
ia positively required of me."
Tue CVurt-rooai was cleared for contnltv
tion.
After a hnlf hoar'j cansuU^tioa the d>ors
were reojjer.e ', r.ud tbe witness was a?kfd :
"Are thnre any nuleiiil facts re'a'.ing to the
management of t'np Jtannette coming within
your own kijA'letijje which you have oot
sta'eil?"
Ta« answer w»a, " N>, fir." The witr,e?»
stated that tie canned :.m iik were generally
bad, and hid been destroyed from time to
tiny. The st..ry cf Ifca events of Jnly 12 h
and 13;h, atte^-ani upin tin loss of the
3'aunA'e, hai 1 n« comm^cccd by tha wit-
I ness but i e'oro -, rio eiin? far with ths nar
l rative U.e Cjurt adjourned.
Melville anil the. 1.0-> sf Ibe .lr:ir ri ■<:. .
V/ashington, Oot-jber l!)th.— Melville has
I sect ia his report to the Secretary of the
N > ■ "». It U * graphic "arritiv? of tbe Jean-
Detts exnedi'ion from th« ti.'je when, nft r a
p-.riine aimer, the crew eeparated ii!o three
etc i)us. This report, the-ef'ire, tu;i;'lemettß
ttie iihiu ln^a and Dj L'>nK'« r"-i-:ato>-, ali cf
whtc 1 ! wtrj prcerved, and thb c-'mple'es the
UsteiT of taa iilfited ezplontioa. Sben>
P'»rt id r.C3./a)jun:ed by a cire'uiiy-c'.rawn
chr.rf, which t-hi \vj in detail the nanderiagg
of the cxpliirtr^.
Mir Of -r i. Tor I In- .»1:i:-Ii:ii-1> Brnrtit.
Ft. Locis, O-'"ber ISt.h. — The C:i»n:btr
of C i:nwtie*~ pted appropriate resolatioM
in memory of <_■> .mtl SUybaok, sfbn which
seata wcto iff red for e^io for the ma'infe
bet:entn>x: fhnrsdsy. Tbe oHote* of boxes
was ftnld t-; n l*«ly, r ruenck-.0w.". for ?1,000
and d >- !i"'-l bmk pnd re'oit!. O:bcr ta( xeß
br Riskt -ir"00 aud $100. Tr.c fir. t »9at w»s
kaockrd down tr-i §100, tee.nd 6">0 t ai.d r
large nuaiter wtri soli at from §00 'o $">.
Ths paHic sale tten closed, &ud ih* re
mainder of the Beits ia the psrqueUe
and dress circle will be 6.1 dat $5 each.
Tha Veiled Prophets boucht one n:>at f>r I
SSDO, aud tha Legion of Honor one box for j
$100.
Ari) OfH.-rr* and Thrlr Debis.
Washingtox, October 19 h. — The Been- !
tary cf War lias sabinitttd to the Judee I
Artvcci'e-Gjnerai, for aa ot-inioa, tha qrrs
tion waatan the Mtatstaal refTj«,sl on th^
part of aa efficer of tbe army to p.y hi-j j ;»t
debta does not make him liable to t. > i■ 1 by
Court- martial spoa charges ot cocdoct vi- |
becoming au officer and ■ . eatleman.
Verdict for P...i..:;i:.
New Yoek, October 19th. — The jury in i
tlie cass of Maii9- Pre?cott RKainst Prerident I
Toucey, ot the Aniuticin Xow< Cooipary,
rendered a Verdict ia favor of -liaiLtiif for
Sl2 598,
r. r> ii: al Liberty Leasne of America.
ihvmtmam, October I'J-.h.— Tne Personal ]
Liberty 1-eigno of America have Rqreed on !
apian of orgai- iz -,ti 'n. It iac'nles saadiof ,
an agitator to each State and organiz'ng looal i
and district LeaKUjs, sabj-ct to tte State |
organization, vhich ia turn v governed b / !
| tbe national body.
Probably Acrideatal DrownlnK.
Chic'Oo, October 19wh.— The ii;qaf»t ye?- |
ter.lay up-^n the body of James Hay Smith |
developed the fact that death resulted from :
drowiiiup, which was probably accidei-ttl.
Ttc cor)«e was found floating in the bke i
October 7th.
Dr. Bamllton'* Tlaim.
WAtHINGTOS. Oetobsr 19:h. — Dr. Hiacil
•on, of New Y-irk, clairoß $25,000 for his
e;;rvjc9o dniiog PreMdect G»rfie!d's Ulceu.
Roiecrans' Prr4tetiaa.
New Yobk. Ootobe/ 19;h.— The Start
Waohin^ton epecial gays : Congressman ;
l Bo ecran«, in a private letter to a friend litre,
says that Horace F. I' .<e, the Republican
! nominee for re election to Congr£B3 in the
I Seeorrl District, is ths only Republican who
[ will ha re-elected to Congress in Cjliforiiia
; thid fall, and that the State will go Deno-
I cratic by 8,000 majority.
Tbe Seuvllle* In Court.
Chicago, October 19 .h. —Inquiry into the
aihired idsacity nf Frances M. S'oville, wife
of George Scovilic, and -i-i-r i f ' '.-n.i i--. J.
i'• ■: . :.n. tbe murderer of 1': t -'.<'.,, t Garfieid,
bf ruo in the County Oonrt tc-.lay on com
p'-'.iit of ler husband, who appeared on be
half of the prosecution. The day wss occu
pied in tha [election ol a jury a- -1 tearing
tho anialsM and RtatemeaU t.f coucse).
Scoville, in hi* stateuitsit*, k*vß it hbtot* of
the Qnicßan fiimi'y, ciainiia^ that a streak of
insanity had mm through it since IT'.K), and
that of eleven children of her father's family,
tive died in.«at c and tw.> of diseases closely
allied to it. Mr. Bianchard, Mrp. ScovilVa
attorney, in bis Btatetr.ent-, charged Seoville
with ichuaian tre^tiiieut cf his wife, »nd
stated thit he, icsteid, taoaU iv in a lunatic
aoylum. Th-J ;• :■ i i:. ■_; will be contiaued to
morrow.
A Series of Severe Explosions.
Puilmjelphia, Ojtob?r l'Jili.—A striesof
extilociouH todiy cau-ied a i<ri>ic on Twec
lieth etrsct. Toe nzplesioa wia from gui ia
a defective rciin, which bU-w out taa irun
prating ovrr tbe sewer at Twentieth and
O<den street?, and blew it 100 feet into the
air ; aljo toariog out the earth and etcr.es
ar >w.t.d. A uduuie liter a similar ex;>lo-i:>n
fn'lo-ved one rqusre awiy —at Twentieth and
Poplar streets, aaoihir at Twrntleih and Par
ish stree'a, and Urn fi urth at TwentUth and
Browu Btreeta. Fiames then hurst from ths
i-ewtr, throwing a voluma cf fie into the
street. Houses w^re shaken within a radius
of several rquiree. There was tremendous
►X'jitenient, but, B'.riingo to say, no one was
hurt.
Heavy Failure.
New Yobk, Oc'ober 19th.—R. V. Storrs
k Co., micufiic'-urßrs of woolens at De^hitn,
Man., failed fswttijyy. Liabiiitits, §430,000 ;
nominal aei^et^, 522T),000. It U alleged thai
up to ;■ few d-»ys the creditors of tho caucein
hnvu been mUlid by §ta*e!uer.t<) cencernisg
its resources. Some month* i... i it is t-t&tsd
that the tii'm clainied t> have \ .l. ■ assets
..ver thtir liabilities. Wdliam S. Slater is an
ic'l -j :r to a lir^-e amount of the cocctrti's
pap^r, »nd r.-< it w»» bi!ieve:l that Le owntd
largs rc»l e?tite fab ii:d rsemeat wp.a peii
eylly sOHptsd, At hvaatfgatioß, hewavtr,
Bttd jes tt;»t le doss not own a l»rg" amount
■f ]>r -p-Tty. a:id s :u'> recent trjnsf.r.i have
iw-t>n little walca ton a()U?Btijr.&b'.e appear
ance.
Puhllr Mi •Illi i-.ni'i.i|:i.-'.
Ini>ian.»phi.i:i, ()cUb:r 19 h. —The Anifr
iesa Pub! ■ ileiith Aepoc'.atioa elec'ed lU\
b . M Hunt, ■ f Xe* Jsmr, I. -i lent;
Or. Albert 1,. Qibtoa, l'ir-t V:ci I'm :
!>r. J. B. Lhntty, Trtmvut; ThoatM L.
Nei!, X .1. i';in.ey, (;. P. Ci<r:', ,f. S Bit
liuKf, .). ■■. SaMdaad i!. D. Fr^i«r, Kxsos
iv. ''. •i.'.i'.ipe. TtMBCZt f«-si. n ia to :e
i.-! lat Dstrah. It«M itcnmmtnflfiri th-.t
iiip r*gi<tra ■ • i Htßtscwtartioi it: the rari m«
Stau-K, the State < tii --r« sn.< 'h > taMa 'i p«rl
BMala c( r'r»<; neral G .ver. rurie::t and N.i
--t. r a !'. •■-■■ .f Baal ii hold ■ couKreuce
durirfr tk« Bsxkaiz anoatafl to cou-ider lu<
lad motandi tot a ci in 1-to arid perfect .i.al
rv.
Death*.
DaVMn(sfiea ) OntobarlMk. —Jaha Hib
ban!, Ualtsd .S'.at,?s Qiwnilll at 'lidcrich,
<>ii. , died this m i!-ni:n.'. He BTM fir'i:i-i!«
Mayor of Port 11 !.-■_•, a>.d a lnsiiiiif ci'. r z.n
ar>l iiiinlicri..(.a i.n-ie.
BaXXOfOa. t>c' bat 1'• !■.—.Tu'«- Kiward
Hasmoad diad t"-ilay in Howard c u.,ty,
bbM 70 H : \\it a member of Col ress from
IMB t« 1851
I.M UUma, (>ct ber 19th —A dispitch to
the Newt ancnuncpa the death of John 1).
Dafrtes late PttbUo Ptiatar, nt Btike'cy
Srgfags, I.- , this morr.ing.
l»lotv Fever.
BSOWSBTILU (Tex), Octjb r 10;h.—In
a rauc"irt a shortdiatanoa fru-u town ihe fever
has aemia troke out. A coid norther attia
Uat ni^'iit, and still crjritinues. Cataa.'go and
Mi r do : cit rhan^e fox tho better.
PDaIOOU (Fla.), TTnlilllM 19 h— F.fty
thrto i c* eatM of Lveraud lijo deathswmc
rdpurtcd to (!uy.
I aui.v P.trii:i!» Rrmiitc*.
BoBfOB, Ootobec 19.h.—Fancy ParaeQ 1!
riMiiMii.i arsivei hers tnis luoruiuf;, arid will
be buri'.d this siUsaoua horn tha l.ujaa of
Mrs. I.udor. f>
F.\|>l«ilon or Iteuzlnr.
Phii.aiiei.phia, Ojtoboi l'.l.U.—About half
past 11 ■ -i?v, wlii!-? Mr*. Laphaaa, of 4712
Pjul sir^e', l'rmki .id, was e'eanieg furni
tura Ai;ti h,; :•'••_, r thne-^alloa can that
contained tha kfcflid caaght tire, end a ter
rili; explrim oucnmd. Tha entire boat
and wulU nl tha bjiliin^ —a three-rtory brick
structure—and Mm k»u« No. 47-14, we:
pjr'.ly deui ilinh-.d. A Mrs. Htul was seri
oua'y burntd.
>>• -I i ■: -.in li. I :.-.-.
St. Lot-is, Ootabet 19 h —Au Knit G-sVd
printing placj on Ttj v s:r':^t awa damajad
bj rita tn tha r.\t:o f of 515.000 ; ir.eured.
Fred. Pattersoa, ret-il gtatfonw, lores rcju
siderable sum.
NtwßEi..v(N'. C), (letobsc l'.t'.h — Abnot
160 it*] ■ f o .tt tn wore burned at thi' .Mid
laul lt.ii -. wharf in ./::< ci'.y to-c^y.
Tlic Hi'.rc In Ala'i.'ima.
OxrOKn(Ali) Oct.ber 19th.—Trie k\i\>ch
are '•/•-.-: v ■/.■■.,- an atwy aaddrilling *•. .-. , !.<
too, •■• refcii tha threatturd apr»iag of the
B< roa#. Tlk- i-4'er »■« armed ?> ■! I'ercoa
•tl .'ivi. 'i...- .i • < '^i ie A; oiitoa is tired
up fo: ::.'. v:. f> r -y.
Chalem :» atbociea.
San ASTOSIO (?\), ():t>ber I9A.—
1 '■:.■' rr, Mexioaa say that ohoicr* ii
racing at Tabasco,
Mm o* tha r...-,i V,-.-, • on Trial fur ''J-.ir-
PtATTBBCSa (\l\|, O-fo lrer 19th.—Tba
cvi •■; !'., i X i !. • . .1 with tf'9 mtiril r
ol V.'.i dhite !■" February at tha house oi
Ford** sist •, nsar EUoiintabd, M •.. was
ca!l>:1 t"-dsv. i'ft'> llwiim vs.* preo to im
pr.ne;i:.g a |ary.
lVvilict vf Cullly.
ViCKSB'.Ki;, Ostobat l'.).h —Tiie trial of
Tari.ka', for tna murder of ii-i w f • and then
tiling Lii reeiui.i-ce ca the ISth of J-ilv laat
to burn he^- bojy, r<j ultei ia a ver-i-t of
gajby.
Heavy an<l n.imasln^ Kalns.
Xxw Oklu.vxs, OcVjber 192b, —Tha Times-
Uimo.rat f—4«*i fro:n v.iriDU3 painUof Lm
isitna, Misiui an 1 Tcxa>, r?p irt heavy
raics the past twenty-fcur houra, dotag much
Djanaaga to oottmi.
MnriJrrcr [:.,■■■! acd Troublv J cared.
Atlanta (G,v), Ootobar 19.ii. —Guvernor
(' i!,|s:ict !:as rr3;-itei Ike Shipmau, ona cf
liiO six Ea'nim llrrtall, fe:itf-nr~d to be
hangad ta-noßoar. Lyaeang h faand, and
tue ru>!i-ary h->.ve beeo onlicd oat.
UoK «li lera.
lowa City, Oetobn l'J.h. —Hog cholera of
a ll'at cud virulent typ? h's broken oat r.^ar
h"re. Jaaob Seller kittovrr GOO head. The
: tH:cted SMttwsll sctm almost rottea from
c.iiiu rc-m torn
Another 1 1 :..< i.
Decathk ('II.), Ootob«c 19 h. — r^irr.uel
Funk, r.f tM-ci v. i'i*hii> io Save '!i-civeied
a comet in the riortaern haavers at 5 o'clock
Thursday morning.
rtiiTl-l :■!• Ir.-. !.
Nkw York, Oftober 19 n—M;,!n!-.r.» —
H)cn««t trruperatiire to-day, 70"; lowest, B3\
Chicago, Octol-er ]'.»-.h. — Highest !en>
peratme to-day, 55°; lowest, 42*.
_ *.* "By K(-kin« too mnoh -xc ruav 1«,» t:.e
Bttathat »c had bef or* " Kicicey V^ortaski
nothing bat i :'..•.- trial, j h*a It feais
no iu-H of i>ih i-> it^ virtnet. &I• Ij v.-.jros
f- aOmn : For thirty yaark 1 havebam
sfHict :■■. -.'.'■ :. kidcayeomplainta, Xwopack
asrea ot KMatyWcri buva doaa tze more
good th«u -.:\{ t' eiiiedicii.cani dootoia I bave
rai before. I t elieva it is a inre cure."
j^^B^Se^rfjaww^ag^asa
SYMPTOrSS OF A
TORPSD LIVER.
back part. Pain under the Shoulder '■
blade, fullness after eotine, with a disin- |
c lirnion to exertion of body or rr.in-i, i
» r f«f ? S tpmper. Low spirits, with
o feeling of having nr-Blocted some duty
jt<2s^tS!: •Ss*?sf»« Fluttering at tho
Hea^v, Dot3b=fore the eyes, Yellow Skin,
Headache sc-nerally over the right eye, '■
CONSTIPATION.
TTTT'S Pitts arc e--j,rrially arlapt»d to
xoch cases, ono dose t-r.rctß sacli a chan-o
of feeling us to astonish the sufferer.
v I ho ? I SS" I T aM< th ;, A l»P»«H».»nn lauso tho
body to Tnfce on rif^li, thus tln> system \<,
nonruhnL and by th-lr Tnnlr Aftiaii ™ »> 1
• SO .tlurra; S«., V
TUTT'S HAIR DYli
| Dray IT.\ip. Ob WniSKKRS chi,ryrrA tn n Glossy
| Black by asinglcapphrutiinofinw Dye. IllQ.
I purw a natural color, nets luj'antaneoj^lr Sc'd
i by Drußsists. cr sent by S3BBBBI on receipt of M.
I OFTICK. ".% Jirßß.'.T XT.. NEW 1 »>H «.
(Dr. TtTTS UMIL if Tiln)l> l-.r..m«t;-.n Ul "v
Ztmtmi Knciyai wIU m*U* lU'. « .»s,ucuirlj
NEW ADVEETISEMEg^
Sacrameata L.nlur. Sa. to, F. and a
; A. M. -Ihe otHcera and members of the _. £^
&bo\e-nameil Lodne are herein in.tnii-.i t-i "JC Jit
attttid a eallc.l meetinfr there, f, THIS
(Fiid»y) l.Vr..r> r.NG, at 7 o'clock sharp. Members
of Sister Lodges af.d sojourning Musur Masons in
good standini- cordially invittd to attend *>.r
' ord-ir- X, 0L ATKINSON \V M
R. C. Irvine, Secretary. (8.C.) 020-lt
( .iiamblH Lodge, K. or T
i Regular Convention TONIGHT, at "7^5
I 7:30 o'clock. Every number is re-
ijuefttudto attend, as special business -^7?jy
is to be considered. Members of bister J^^J^
Lcdjfes i:i\ited. By order. •*\t '^***^i
R. B lI\KMUN, C. C
P. J. SrACim-., K. of R. and S. [B. C] 020 It
lins.<iar», Altentlnn. — l'oi an- > k
hereby ordered to attend iour iimmlilv JSfl
drill, at Turner Hal, '!;!l- il-'r: !..v) yflwl
EVEtriNG, October -.Olh, at 8 n'cloik -£— JCL
sba-p. Byort'erof THE CAITAI.V
_J^Wir.zsL, O^ 020 If
S»n» or TVmpcranrr-Sarranif-nlo HivN
ior, No. 21S — Ragnlar rue-tin,' THIS (Friday)
EVENING, ut 7:3 C o'clock. Krt-rr m> inln-r Is rs
quested to be present. EDGAB RIVtTI, W. 1».
Geo Bans, Secy. 020 H*
II:- -:■ . -,;.ii ..-, FIR.S-ARTILI.EKT IiKOIMK.NT, )
Foi'RTH Übioadk, N. G. C! , V
SicaAMKXTO, Ocu-ber 19, ISS2. )
The eOeara of the First Anillery he^iment,
Field, Staff and Line, are reijuested to meet at
Headquarters THIS (Friday) EVENING, October
20th, at b o'clock, for the consideration of important
butiiness. tijncral Tozer and Staff are respectfully
invited to be present. I3v order
T. W. SHESIIaN, Colrnel Commanding.
Fr«d. Nkarv, Captain and Adjutant. c.JO-lt
FOR SALE -A HALF INTEREST IN A BLACK
snntli, Wapon and Cirria^e Shop, in one of thi
leadinc towm in the interi.ir. Anply to HUNTING-
T,N. HOFKK3 & CO. ,_gacr»aieiitu. (20-3t*
WAVIEIi-A GOOI> BARBE3. APPLY AT
SUte U..u«; liarber Shop, corner of Tenth
and X etr t . n. O ._>o j^«
TO LEASE OR SELL
IjIROU 31(0 Ti> l,« 00 ACSKB OK THE BFST
Hop :ir Alfmr.i I -.„ -i in the county. Good
llop Pjles for aJe, at «i per hundred (Mandinv) ■
j railroad through the land. See WILLIAM HICK*,
I Cueumnea ; ur, T. L. ACOCK, No. 904 Seventh
btreet, Sacramento. 020-lplm*
FIRST WARD DEMOCEATS,
TUE BCGUUB HJUXIhG OF YOUR CLUIi
»il! lie held THIS (Friday) KVEMSG, at S
'.ci<. k, it Graham 11..11 ciixtli i-trett, between .1
a:id !\. Ail JJemocraN ol tlie Ward are earnestly
hmted. J. P. MO.ViGuMKRY, PraaMant.
William Minkii, Secretary. 020-lt
VALUAB LS f IEI 101 SALE,
C3SSO
THU Ir> OHB OF THE MO>T liESlßAowt
be brmslothe Stme fur Vi'.eyard or^SV
Onhanl. Sitnatel in the «:irm belt of Snita— • — »
I,'larA oonnty, Pix rniits fr- in Snnta Clara, tbrei:
miles southevuit from Mountain Vk-w Station ; Hi
ri - growing vines; bdU, cravilly loam; can be
pl we.l at any season of the year; Stevens Creek
fi j\*s tlirniu'li the entire lengffa four miuiths in the
>ear; eaaUr irrigated ; 2}aena ol Oruh.nl in fu'l
bearing of ebolea trt-.-?. L;ir_ r .; lloure, .^ rtrßtm.
hirl BnMwd. L-irge new Ban with st'.lls for 10
bonesj oawhsni and chioken yurd F >tire pl.ire
ksvafl fenced. LarL'- 1 Wiii'ln i ; l, with 10,000'£all'-n
ta'ik, and w.itcr pipes 1.-i;d to bjirn ar.^l hous,?. The
ensiita if del'^htful. La-^d live oak trees in tba
•aid and s orar ibe firm. The land adjoin
ing is hefcng plantca in vines, and is said to be the
.1 ' rlnejird land ii the Trains run to
Koontain View Trir times per day. Linds around
tell for (100 per aera; Vi sjntrds fenr yaaiaoUsell
', i £200 per aero. Safe, desirable and proflubl* b>
\erttmcnt. The rosd.-* aY.- graveled and rev.-r get
in-.i il\ . The place is denir. hie as a cumurv nsi
ilenco. I will sell Mr nil cash, I r part cash and bal
ance at to* rut.- of in; treat, mock nnd hnpVa
in i.t» «li :. ■ with tlu-f-r.n if .:^-irid. Inquire
or address I. .1. TECMAK, 387 Market street,
og>-HM : ! ...-vvlts San Fran oisc >.
Grand
Reunion
Concert,
This Evening,
At the
Congregational
Church !

T!II-i IS THE FIRST OF A SKKIKS OF FOUR
Entertainments tn be >;iven by the Ladies cf the
Cjegiegationa] Church and Society ouring tho p-is
ent fall and winter peasDii. each of which will b"
Mgfilj ?oci^.l, but of different character, and first
c!a»a in every rnjllcalur, to accomplish which no
iffirt nir >xy use wi.l ba spared Tho ability of
the Luiiks i.f iLii BccUt] tn jrive liist-c'a's cnter
talaniaiita ia known from the piat, and they ir.tetid
to have the present scues excel any heret fore
Siren U'ider their direction.
Ihe Coaeert this evening will inc'.udj the bat*
talent, vncjl and bwtnmientsl, with new pin- sad
new rsstSerincs. Its pirts will consist of eo!o«,
duet?, trios, onsrtats, overt urta ttc.
Season Tickets, to in.-'n.la the tooi •ntertais
uier.i?, »:: I c sold f^r t\, <ir."o oa ,t< \.i\\ bachargad
for abqrla admission. Chil iron half pri c. l»o.us
open at 7 o'clock, and Concert to commence at 7:30
[»- C 1 ..;o.it
PROHIBITION
HOME PROTECTION
TICKET!
Fcr Governor,
»r. B. H. tlr!»onu|-, or San FranelM- •.
For Lientcnant-G.ivernor,
V:)llkm Sm, <n Id • County.
For Secretary of Stit»,
N. C. Winchester, of But rr C'oantr.
F"r itite Controller,
Harvey W. Kir c. or llameda.
For State Treasurer,
J. 11. Hulle.>, of Hullo County.
For Attorney-General,
Mill :>. (<iuiii, or ! ■■- •. n .; :. .
For Purveyor-General,
f. k. uili.of saaiMiinii
Fcr Supirintfuc'ent of Pu! lie Instruction,
.'. A. «;iant, of M'ooillan:!.
Fo.- Clerk of Sarrcmc Cour',l
Wllllar.i <'.-om liursl, of San FranrUro.
Fjr Justices o! Supreme Court,
.ftfi.son Kri:;;-i»n, nf 1 .-. insolrii,
Jackttou iemplc, uf fanin i;, -,:..
For Members of Congress,
At Lirirc— A. li. lIOTCHIvISi, nf San Die;o.
Jji-SK TAhNcUX. of Lo) Anj.-elcs.
Firet Di-tr;cl— j. HcM. fcllAKlr.K, San Krancisco
Beeana DaJriet— J. L OOUlB,of lnohmmtcoantr.
Third Kstriet— H. S. GKAVB3, ol Batter county.
Fourth Lhtrk-t— M. V. WRR.H !', of San Ucrnara'ino.
Fir s te 15 ord of Equalization,
1. -11. H. il-K, of ji n Francisco.
'-'.— F. Mi: -. Q&XEN, of San Joiquin.
t — 'JBaUJBB I>. UKLt;.>,of Volo county.
'. .r RsSraml Corcraissiontr»,
1 -HOWARD ANDREWS, of Suoma
• -ai;:Ai] 01 Mll!\us, o! Han Frandsse.
3— A. 1). BOaE-,of San Bataaidhsx
State Cci tral Committee,
Prefiiient— C.*I'TAIN" A. I). WOOD.
S.cretary — I.EV OEOIMUS MOKKI-.
P. O. Cox J2:i7, Sau Francisco.
Tin- rnllftwln* m the declaratijns <■{ the
PMillitli.lon ;>l!l. l'Kitrrt|i>li Parly m
laoßpanaea and ii.c aaßßda* * aw :
3<l. We ill-.- lax- Ibat ilir ni;niu'.irlu.-f,
<:<(r ;-n.l me i! ulcoholi-r drluk- .3 the p
crii <A Uk c u::trv ir.d the ajs ; that the tragic en
nla»cs w nen and d«;rji!es ohUdtan, debases \outh
aud wrec:;i manhooj, conupls la ; lo's and injures
pnbßj tsrvice, peoplai priniua and fiils tnaasvany
iudip, brotds pmpcra an'l ri lailnall, i:u|»oni*fi
■ bjbi assai« iiiii-«jt-ii* of laxataßaft rtawiiwi
capital and rums labor; aagtadasi hnpevarisbe*
sad ssfferoja our b<-m.--, oi.d ::.,w tireitioe, throogh
• nranlz'U and ciiaiuU coi:sj.iricieB, to subvert law
an-i order.
»« bellevliT^, wa ddlare the cardinal principle*
of our party t. lie proh.b iii.. : .. tulkraal
ISM laaaat, oi the uunufaciu.-e oi ail aloch»lic
iiquora noi demanded lor meuiciria', v.:k -.. mi a , Of
scientific use ; and the regulation by law, ansV r BS
pen iK-.iiil ie», of t:io sale of aJcjho ie liqaenl r
nek u>e. Asa the übsolut*- and tutsl prohibition nl
the ea.g (or any other purpose.
Kaw Wa declare that Kend.i<' w &n Institu
tiiMi po interwove. t into our lawn, our customs, our
civilization, sad tha vary straetota <J anrSovotß
ßMat;ta artrtrs/irfv aud Oeaertcjr.ily cunnected
«:!:■ i ur BBahl, husineH ojid mo.-kl life, that wo
eaasot Anasci *Ith ii wKasat sMrfeseh g the Tcrj" I
1> 9t rntiTsall of tho coaa'^ry uil tLt- liigtittt welUre
of tii-j whole fioople.
»o lielieving, we drtnasd tbe enactment
ana eiiforcement of »n icteilii;ent and rational Sun
uay Uw, and <*peculiy do we dvm tad thai all
Bdsaaa or place* oS buaine«ii where intcxicaticj;
d riiiim arc vow aeasaad to \ri »>ld, or i ermitre-i to
be «o!d, on eecu'ur days, shall b<» i>:>solu:.cly clued
< i. Sunday.
Vote as yoa pray, vote for rapnbie. Irm
in : i in i- . s*»d nil tur airs, that ycu may
h»ve eiKd lawj and reduced taxai.o \, and you co
have tln-.ni in no other way.
Vote Ihe PrnMbltUu Bum* Protection
NEW ADYEKTISBMEKTS.
Opening: of Carnival Postponed I
WILL «U'h> Hi.VI'AV, O(T. 33d.
WILt « I ::-P Mli:;iHl. SOT. 4th.
tST Tickets good. A *NIE LAKE, Secretary.
_____^___ oi.)-^
DEMOCRATIC MEETING !
Tbe Voters of Sacramento will lie addressed by
Coy. Wm. Irwin,
G. J. Carpenter
Nominee for RAILROAD COMMISSIONER, Firm
District,
SATURDAY tVENIWO, OCT. 21
AT
«■ NO FXCURSION TRAIN TO C.ALT !— On ac
»UM of this meeting, and iv defeienoe to the
iri'iitiemci) who are to luMress the people thereat,
the contemplated Excursion |c Gait, on the occasion
of the County Candidate*' Meeting at that place, has
been abandoned. In a!l othtr respects the hereto
fore published prcjrmmme remains unchanged.
Hy onler of the Democratic County Central Com
mittee. H. M. LAKUE, Chairman.
Wm. EDOs, Secretary. 020 2t
"ISLMOSEMENTST"
METBOPQLITAN THEATER.
FrlJay anil -:it:ir-laj . Oct. «eih and -ilst
Two Niu'hts Only and Saturday Matinee.
THE POPULAR ACTOK,
MR. FRAPJK MORDAUNT,
And iiis compkte Drtma'ic Company (composed
entirely of New York Favorites), In
Kobert O. UmnU Great Amtr
icin Ci>medj- I rama,
THE LATEST AND MOST MERITORIOUS NEW
YORK AND SAN FRANCISCO SUCCESS.
S2rv.ta.<i wbut iii<- Ifimipei nine Wmj iTa
"There arc iv it certain toucies of manhood and
womanhood chat never appeal in vain to human
sympathies." — [New York Herald.
" One of the best eillelllllillHinll this season.
[New York Sun.
" D.-cidedly the best or|vbttl dratnft on the New
Y*ork st ige."— [New York Times.
"it is one of the trood old dramas." [Yew York
World.
•■ Mr. Mordaunt ii one of the beet ■etore on Urn
American lean."— (San Pnncieca Cbnafda.
"A sta^e pic ure tooched by the brush of a ma.s
-t-r, n1 1 i one tint »iil ever live m the gatex; of
American dramatic i«irlraits." — [New V irk Daily
News.
The piece wfflbe pradaaed with MAGSIVICENT
SOESKBT AND MECHANICAL EFFECIS, in
cluding tin'
GREAT SHIP SGENE !
(Carri-il in (he Company.)
Reserved Seat! nuiy be se-.-ured at ths Theater 01.
Wednesday wttboat ixi'i charge. 017-6t
A Krallliy liver, a >t£»rnu<i MRCStIOB
and a L-ood appetite, are some of the honttitp to he
.1 rived friiii a course of BRISTOL'S SUGAR
COATED Vk.VXtA.BL I'ILLS. oM-lt
Cnr-Mlßii(c luiilhitrhr Itrnps Are Weißli
ri rto :inv other. V*n tale hy dru^ijiel 1 . KIKK
GFARY & CO., Acsata. olOlm
For the Ln«l!e«.— l»!pssp n*k jr«nr pbv
aici^.n hi-, npluluu 1 f PURE CALIFORNIA I'OiiT
WINK. PEPKIN ANDCALISAYA BARK combined.
as a Tonic and Cure for Dyspepsia or Imlurestion. II
satii/autory, trj HALL'S PBPSIII WIRE BITTERii.
au24-6rn
Icti* Ban, s :i't Vr:*nclnec, iinnbird fr.
size, is the Isj^esl Jajaoen tmle cxiiiLition in the
*>.-!■;. SHAII'UCK * FLETCHER export their
pristbig inks to J3;.in, receive Japanese jroodp in
return, and th%i.wßj Iclii Ban survives on low
pricee. Loßtcal, bat it? Wholesale arid retail,
ijoodfl for every brAMch of retail c«»untr\' tra*ie.Jy4-tt
GOLD WEATHER!
BLANKETS!
WbM '•. Grujt Scarlet, Brown
IN ALL G^ADtS AND PF!!C S.
TKi Lf.RCtST WSWII»JIT IM SMMHEMTO
Wholesale and Retail.
Winter
Wraps !
s.\ t«BMH Hnum sinn,
All &iM3 and Prices— For ladies, Soijses
and Childieu
BEINHAEDT
MOUSQUETAIRE
KID CLOVES
WITH
FOSTER'S
PATENT FASTENING
FOll SALE BY
J *&&
CORNER FIFTH AND J BTftEIfTV.
SiT ■■ ■:!im« . j CrdeiH full trolly :.<ir v!i-i 10.
P2l?ptf
« Q
Elegant Presents
jFREMCH BISQUE, |
Pari ua Marblo,
Dresden China ! j
DICORATID LAMPS^
FremtiKGotoboted anlMtarietel Eurc.-w.
DAVID~BUSH,
22 Post street,
SAM FRANCISCO.
[^— - ■•
isa&rf? ■'^'^•'.^i^^f^ '■ ■ ' ■ Ft. ,
Mf BT } Kyi ■ ■ I !> "y«ee "f Eiind,
jJnrWr t>- E^-lti<K-B«L» ''■■- ■< g lUjhiDg, !
ftmr Jtkm ■■■ Uleenudof l-r.>. !
truuintr Pli BSUurt I>ir!!.<(.'- I'lLt RKMr bY liile I
to cure, i'rvj.ir,- i hy J. P. MILLER, \f. D at his !
DrUjT Store, l-> .S<-rth Ekvcnth street, Philadelphia !
p». Be— ge>Bia« witbotrs Me rigaeiuie. Send f<« !
circular, told by liriigyiets. $1 by m»il
oi)-2plvMWHawlv\v '
STEINWAY & SONS PIAMO3.
t atYM«N, SOLE >.GKNT, I >h6*'
,1. »^ r <'t. r»t. Sixth an! ttev.nth »3KS^
ori-oelt; c art-boose. Pli^os TdT*} Ti
\2t Hico sold or. tmbl'^ura'a, ' tuS.Jrtai'
AUCTIONS.
CARPETS
TAPESTBY, BRUSSELS,
TKREE-PLV, HANB-itkOM,
TWO-PLY. HCICAI.V,
AX «.«T««s
—AT T!l« VERY
X.C3 TDCT i STIT- 3E>i .; i" €3 £i & -
SHERBURN & SMITH.
323 X Street, brtTrrrn Third and Pnnrtb.
»ull.3ptf
i-EPDBLIOAN CANDIDATES.
For State Senator.
G^OVS L. JOHNSON,
REOI'LAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOP
. Stele Senator. alj-istd
For fcenator.
J. ROUTIER.
REQt'LAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR
Statt Senator. s3O-td
For the Aaeembly.
O. W. HANCOCK.
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR THE
Assembly. 819- It
For the Assembly.
FRAN X dT RYAN.
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR
ASSVIIBLI MAW.
For Sheriff
PHILIP HERZOQ.
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR
Sheriff. 04. td
For Shariff.
T. H. BERKEY,
REGULAR NOMISEE OF THK REPUBLICAN
County Convention for'Sberiff. £30-td
For Assessor.
J. T QRIFFITTS.
(Late of J. T. Urikhtth * Co , Dry Oiods Dealers),
REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR COUNTy
ABSt'trt'T. PtiJ-td
For Treasurer.
A . S . ORES NLA W,
REO.ULAR REPUBLIC '.N XOMINKE FOR
Couniy ii-.-iourcf. 823-td
For Auditor and Recorder.
W. E. G€RS£R.
REGULAR KXFDBUCAB NOMINEE FOR
. County Auditor nnd lUcirder. f27td
For Superintem ent of Schools.
CHAS fc. BISHOP.
REGULAR r.EPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR
County Superintendent of Public Schools
1
For Public Administrator.
H £■ S£ALS,
REGULAR REPOBUCAS NOMINEE FOR
Public A'iminiatritor. &2CUI
For Coroner
J. FHANK CLARK,
REGULAR RFPUBLJCAN NOMINEE FOR
County Coroner. «19-istd
For Supervisor.
joshph w7s=man,
RFGULAR BSFUBUCAB NOMINEE FOR
Supervisor of Second W.r.l. s'-0 i-'-:
For Supervisor.
SAMUtL 3LA R,
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NiMINKF. FOR
Supervisor of <hv TliirJ Oistrict. »io ist.l
For Supervisor.
S. GOTTLEIB.
REGULAR BKPDBUO4M NOMINEE FOR
Supervisor, Fourth Li Irict. 815.U1
For Supeivkcr.
BERNARD STEINMAN. «<
REGULAB RSPUBUCAN NOMINT.E FOR
Supervisor, Firs'. District. OS til
For Police Judge.
W. S. SAFFORD,
REGUi-AR i:E;UDLICAM NuMINKi: FOR
i'oii-e Jodg*.
Tor Justice of the Peace.
J . C . T U B BS .
REGULAR BXPUBUCAH >OMINF.E FOR
Ju-tice of tbe l'cace for Sacrjmento city.
„, mmi _ imm- o.V-td'
DrMOCBATIC GAgJHDAT jL_
For Ktate Senator.
F R •"- D •■■ RICK COX.
REOI !: DEMOCRATIC N . TOR
KUto senator. 8 -><i „;
For Sheritf".
A. H. ESTILL,
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE TOil
_;_ Sheriff. 03^
For Ctou ' . Oit-rk.
M. R. BCASD,
REOtTLAB DEM ICBATK3 XOXCHM FDR
«.'i»iinly acrk. n-1-i-.td
Fur County Asto-sor.
c. weTls.
REGULAR I.EMOLRATIC NOMINEE FOR
1 Couniy Asace-or. p.>n at^-
For Treasurer.
MIOHA tTI FAY.
EiEMOCRATiC N9UINSE FOR 00C1TTT
>Tre«sorer. mi
For Liatiict Attorney.
JOHN T. CAREY,
REOULAtt DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR
District Attorney. sSMd
For County Ooroner.~
JOHN MILLER,
(O.'Frirz A Mi.i.r)
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR
County Coroner. 800-ui
For Supervisor.
J. R. W>BSTER.
REGULAR DKMOCEATHJ NOMINEE TOB
Supervisor of Tl.iru IMsirct. 06-»i<
For Supervisor.
William Mclaughlin.
REGULAR I>E»OOaATK3 NOMINEE FOR
Miperviaorof theSeooml Dirtrict. r2B-istd
For Supervisor.
ROBER~T~ALLEN.
DEHOCRATTO KOiaSEI FOR SUPERVISOR
of First District. 04.
For Supervisor.
JAMES M<-GUIR£',
REGULAK WMOCRATIO NOMINEE FOR
_bii|iervifor. Fourth Dui»rict. »16-M
For Police Ju.'ge.
V/. A. HENRY,
REOULAII DKHOTBATTO NOMINEE FOR
Police Judk-e. R is t,j
CADWAUOER & PARSON^
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Corner Third .-in.i J UrtrU.
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Vint y.ntl )<artir.
811 FEASSISCO IBHC7,
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IN BAS FRANCISCO
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Ho. 8 New HaDtsonterj street.

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