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THE MTLY RECORD-UNION.
WMDiI eCTOBHt »«, 188»
« r ■ ri,r., .-, i -*i •bterratt*** — Taken at
Btgma' Kiirilaa at l!ie S*me Moment.
S^KOCJnrra, Oclcher 23, 1882 — 8:02 p. M.
— I r - : 111 2*l II- A.
j^jl_ : -'-S-6 : g.3 : £
Oytni.i»... J50.05 50 K. Li«ht. . ?pkl. Clouily
Ponb.n.!... J30.03 52 C»lm Cilm ClouJv
8»6ebjJV...'30.00 4S W. Lieht Fair"
Merulocino..!-.».57 59 N. Uyht Ctenr
eodßluS... 1 59.91!0 N. LUht Olcar
Sicramenti.ii9.B7 65 8. ( iiht Clear
B.Fr»r.ciace.i*9.t«&4 W. 20 Brisk Fair
Twilt 28.8564 N.E. Uitht Fair
X.M£j>sc!e«.i2a.o7!>l» W. Light Forney
8ao_" :2ft. K7 00: W. 7 Freah Cl .udy
Maximn?" *»»«»v?rfctiire, 77 ; mtnimam, 54.
tiivcr aVv- lew-water mark, 8 feet 5 inches.
A fall of 1 ii.i-li in pis*, ii hours.
JAMES A. BAP.WICK,
<Wv*»nt, Si^Dal Ccrpo, T T . a A.
iTraihfr Probabilities.
WiMiiv-.T.i>, Oct <bcr 23d — Indications for North
Paciil -■ cout region and northern Calilornia : Light
rair.a.
bBCOMO EOITIOH.
A «ecoDd o.ltlon ol tiic Keoord-Ckioh Is Issued
•■eh d it ir. t bringing the Eastern and coast
news up to tha*. hour. By this arrangement tb
Rkoori>-3mo\ will present the latest news obtain
ai'.o at all pomts east md north of Sacramento.
Hie regular -jicrniuu edition of the Kkooru-Umu.s
is carriod >-y 'n-.rnir.i; trains, and Is ahead of all
oo ji(>cUU,.-.. *f far uorth as Chico, on the California
and QngM Pjulrosd ; west to EcnicU, and south to
B*/<Jtton, and east to Colfax, Folscm and Placer
••il 1 :.; ar.d a l .! intemuxtute places. The second edition
nattor will he found carh aiy upon the third page.
THIS MORNING'S NEWS.
la New York Government bonds are quoted at
119} lie 4s of 1907; 113 tor 4 id: 101} for 3js ;
sterling, $4 b;;J </» 87 ; silver ban, ll: p ».
Silver in London, 61Ji ; consols, 1011116 d; 5
per oont. United SUtea bonds, extended, 103} ; is,
121); 4ja, 115).
Id San Franolsoo halt dollars are quoted at J dis
•junt to pir ; Mexican dollars, 91 J *92 cents.
Mining stocks opened weak in San Francisco ves
»an!:iy morning. Nearly all the Cometock shares
were from 5 cents to 50 ceuta lower than ou Satur
day.
Las', week the LliiiU put in circulation 953,000
standard silver doll its.
Mrs. Scovi'.le testified in rejard to her insanity at
Chicago vesttril <y.
The new Minister fiom Japan arrived at Washins
ton Saturday evening, in 22 days and » hours from
Yokohama— the quickest time on record.
Farther particulars of the killing of the dcmiter
ne»r Heald>iurg Suuday aro given this morning.
O. V. i; i!Ur 1 v.aß run over by a wagon and killed
near Upper Like Sunday.
A negro prisoner fatally woundeJ a Constable at
Tarboro, N. C, yesterday, and seriously cut two
•ther men, when ho was bhot by citizens.
At the UicuMt'jnnial celebration at Chester, Pa.,
yesterday, 200,000 vuitors were present.
The President leaves Washington te New York
to-morrow or Thursday, to remain uutil after the
State election.
The lib rtroab'at m -nating considerable un
easiness in France.
A fjphom destroy ■ 1 thi: uroiter part of Manila,
Philippine i : anii?, H|. umber 23th, and beached
thirteen vc^iis.
The New V- rl-, Chios*) and St. 1,->uia (Nickel
Plato) Rii'r id >v i.jnu.-.iiy opened lor business
yesterday
The P . i haaaoeapted another 25 miles of
the Kon , , I '.,cTi3 U.-.ilrnad in Montana.
Mrs. La (the " Jer*vv Li y") arrived in New
York yesterday moriiii f.
The Bey of Tunis avd K:"anoc have concluded a
mutually Ea'.Uhctory treaty.
Baker Pariu has It t-ii r.fii .ially appointed to tho
command o 1 'Ie new lig.piim army.
Villiair B ilel, one of the wealthiest citizens of
Delaware ■ ■ uiity, coinmi.tcd suicide yesterday at
Chester, Pa.
The guardianship of the child of tho l»to Samuel
Piercy has bean awarded to Wm. Dunphy at San
Krancisco.
A serious riot occurred Sunday at Lyons, France,
»n<l the g.ndarmes were called out to clear the
Streets.
A disastrous fire occurred yesterday at St. Peters
burg.
■William Ta>!or fe'.l dead at San Francisco yester
day.
Patrick M.liiujthlin died yesterday at Sar. Fran
oiarn frjm iujurios rc«tive<l Saturday from a Suiter
street ilummv.
"A. la, Dj'.f wits drot'ued near Redding, Shasta
oaunlv, Sunday eciiinjj.
Wichita, Kvis is, cxpcrieiiccJ a lively shock of
earthquake .Sunday afternoon.
The will i f Mrs Fiilmore, widow of BK-PnsMant
Killraore, is to bu contested.
The bod;c3 of two women and a man - victims of
the Asia lie i-ter— have been found on llur»c Island,
Onlai io.
Euro|ienn immigrants to the number of 4,484
landed at Nci York vc~t.rJas .
PattersoM ami Dars?y, tha Cumming? amnteta,
b»vj arri.ci! at Neva la City, and oro cow in jail
there.
Ten priWDen nec»pcd frnm jail at TiU's in, A. T.,
Ust cvenir .-.
Arabi r.\>\.A wants I> j Ixa h |>3 suTraourd as a wit-
TK3S at his trial.
Tha Unit dStatas Qtand Jury, wh'ch aJjour.cd
at Tuceo:-, A. T., yeaterdjy, found thirty indict
uciits.
B. P. Flower, member of Congress from tho
JBghteemli ftm York District, d-tlinca the renom
iaaii m by the united Democracy.
At Bshjmle, i'crvis, yesurday, a woman fired
twice at Dm Milan.
A flight fr-et occurred in eastern Arkansas yejter
*laj :no: nir_ .
The eighth annual Congress of the Protsstant
iipi«-..p»l fhurch of ths United States meetj at
Richmond, Va , today.
Anon Walt-n*. acid 15, was drowned yesterday at
Cedar Mile. Washington county, Oregon.
Dr. John T. Well*, a well-known physician, died
at PorJin.i, Oregon, yesterday.
Fire at Albany, Oregon.
Felix Campbell has been nominated for Congress
by the Democrats of the Fourth New York lUstrict.
One man was killed and anther fatally injured at
Baltimore yesterday by the fj.ll of senffoid.
A shock of earthquake was felt Sunday at Pans,
Texas.
The Republicans of the Seventh New York Dis
trict have nomiiated John K. Hroadski for Congress.
John N. Nape shot his wife end a hired man at
the break.';«t üblc yesterday morning, near Port
laodvilie, N. V., and theu committed suicide.
Seventy-»nm i risiners, including nine women,
wero before the Suu Francisco Tolice Judge yestor
dx\, rli.ir.: . with drunkenness.
Ir.c»n(!ir.-i-.'5 are cndenvtrin;; to destroy Pawlaw
■ki, Russia.
For San Francisco and foreign disiiatches, sec
fooxth page.
THE APOTHEOSIS OF PENN.
The two hundredth anniversary of Will
iam Penu'e foundation of the State which
bears his r.ame is being celebrated in a
»cry enthusiastic manner. The Founder
was doubtless a very remarkable man iv
many ways, but we ehonld suppose that
his principal claim to the admiration of
posterity consisted in the fact that he
atxecceded in getting the landa of the In
dians away from them without having to
fight for the property. He and his Quakers
were very humane. They stripped 'the
lodiam bare, but they did it as tenderly
aa possible. The unregeuerate Americacß
■who have ever since been engaged in driv
ing the aborigines from their patrimony I
have somehow missed Penn'a bland and ]
politic methods, and have consequently
>,%i to spill a great deal of blood in the
course of the transfer. It is therefore j
fitting that tlie Founder of Pennsylvania |
•hould be specially honored, and that the I
nation should vtnerate his memory, and j
oelebruie his anniversaries, as in solemn
recognition of his surpassing powers of
chicanery and blarney.
» m
■PRivn Bismarck, who has Ion? been one of the
most >Jecorat^<l irerconmjres in Christendom, has j U6l
received an aduit.on t> hn rteo>rations in the Order
•f tbc Chryssnttu-umm, co.Jerrei upon him by the
. Mi-iii' of J pin. He has now forty-five decora
ti<ias. Cannot some o! oar American societies seed
him one lnors snnvcair, Just to have something
Amajicun in the lot ?
TBit-TAiiU aro oootejaptible beinfs. To retail in
3ns iu'Uit w In'- is s<en or spoken of in another is a
treason a?:in t society, nhich cadoat be too thor
oughly de-pi fc «i.
A SMIM type is u't -n equal to ten thousand
toaguet in tprauliiMt Hi; trutii.
AS EXAMINATION OF SOME ALLEGED
"FACTS."
One of the commonest tricks of the anti
railroad organs is to make a pretended
comparison between the volume of business
and aggregate earnings of Eastern and
local railroads, with the object of creating
the belief that the latter earn more than
the former. We will take as an example
of this kicd of false analogy the following
statement from the San Francisco Chroni
cle: " The great Pennsylvania Railroad,
"with its t>27 locomotives, 435 baggage
"and passenger cars and 12,872 freight
" cars, and which in ISSO carried 5,500,000
" more passengers than the Central Paoific,
"and which transported during the same
" period 1,722,253.554 ton 3 of freight more
" than the California corporation, only
"earned 25 per cent, more than our
"greedy monopoly." Pa- sing by the fact
that the Chronicle* rjgurea as to the freight
carried by the Pennsylvania Central are
manifestly ridiculously exaggerated, we
will proceed to chow that all conclusions
based upon such comparisons are of neces
sity unfair and fallacious. In the first
place the Pennsylvania Railroad operates
little more than 300 miles of road, whereas
the California companies operate 3 200
miles. This single fict is enough to con
vince any intelligent person that there can
be no real analogy between the cases. In
the second place the Pennsylvania com
pany operates over a thickly settled coun
try through its entire road. It has no ele
ment of unprofitable work in its operation.
It has full ears both ways, and at all times
and seasons. And for these reasons it can
afford to do transportation nominally
cheaper than the California road, though
when the circumstances and conditions of
local transportation are taken into account
it will be seen that the work is really done
here on as favorable terms to the public as
in any other part of the country.
Had the Chronicle consulted the report
of its pet oracle, Mr. Djyle, it would have
been saved the blunder it has committed,
for it would have found in that document
the following statement : " Tiie cost of
" transportation by rail is made up of the
" cost of. loading and unloading, raakiDg
" up trains, etc. (called terminal charges),
" the general fix.d expenses of tha com
" pany (inclading interest on its capital),
" and the cost of hauling over the road.
" The first of thess expenses is so nearly a
' constant quantity that for practical pur
" poses it may bo so regarded. Ths two
" latter, oa a road workei to its full ca
" parity, would be in direct proportion to
" the distance traversed, equating grades
" and curves for distance ; but when rowls
" are not *o fully employed, it is but juM >'■
" make allowances for modification* aria
" '"'J from the varying qtUmtiHei of f night
" seeking or coming from dijt'erent localities,
" 'he chances oj refer* freight, awl the like."
N i '•■■,• it is evident that as regards these
factors there is literally no analogy be
tween California and Eastern railroads.
In this State tlie conditions of transporta
tion are very peculiar. As a rule there is
freightage only in one direction, and even
then only at particular seasons. The larg
est volume of freight carried in this State is
grain, and that goes only one way, and for
a short time only. Then come wool and
lumber, of which the same may be said.
The return freight is insignificant. The
greit bulk of transportation is towards
San Francisco. Returning thence to all
parts of the interior the transportation is
light. It follows from these facts that a
very large element of dead carriage must
enter into any accurate estimate of the cost
of service. When a railroad can only ob
tain freight occ way, that freight must pay
the cost of transporting the empty cars
back again.
A familiar illustration of this may be
given. Suapcse that the grain fleet which
came to San Francisco every year could
find no outward cargoes, hut was com
pelled to oome in balla3t. It i* clear that
in such a case freight rates on the return
cargoes would have to be raised, sin':e the
vjs3eb would have to pay the whole ex
penses of the voyage, and make their
dao profit, out of one cargo. Acd that is
tie situation of the California railroads
la-gely. They aleo have to db more trans
portation in distance, many times over,
than such lines as the Pennsylvania Rail
road, and this fact mast not be omitted
from the calcalation. But besides there
important factors the extra expense
of operation must bo considered. Fael in
this State co3ts ton times as mach as in
Pennsylvania. Wages here are higher
also. The entire co3t of operation is verj
much greater in proportion. Yet every
one of these essential considerations is
delibsratcly omitted by such journals as
the Chronicle, which think to delude and
mislead the public by pretended com
parisons which are false and mendacictis
in almost every particular. Mr. Djyle in
his n port said that it was impossible to
say, with even approximate accuracy,
what the allowance should be for the par
tial employment of the California railroads,
the varying amount of freight, etc. , and
therefore he concluded that " present
" legislation on the subject would bencc-8
"sarily more or less haphazard."
But what Mr. Doyle could not bring
himself to propose the Chronicle regards as
a mere bagatelle, for after having tried to
confuse and deceive its readers by publish
ing an array of figures which have liter
ally no significance in the way they are pre
sented, it coolly asserts that these prepos
terous iigures are advanced "in support of
"the claim that the Central Pacific Uail
" raad Company coui.l afford to cut down
"its rates 40 per ctnt., and still relatively
"earn more than any other railroad corpo
ration in the land." This is a flagrant
example of the mirglod dishonesty, reck
lessness 3\\\ ignorance which have always
characterized the Chronicle's attacks upon
the railroads of this State. As in support
of the "claim" it speaks of, it? figures
are absolutely worthless. They do not
6how what it says they show. All they
reslly prove is its entire willingness to
palm off upon its readers the grossest de
ceptions under the pretense of establishing
| candid comparisons. Every man who has
j ever examined the subject of transporta
! tion knows, acd the reports of all Rail-
I road Commissioners testify abundantly to
I the fact, that it is impossible to institute
1 useful comparisons between railroads in
| different States and countries, and which
j are operated under wholly diverse condi
tion!.
Everyone, however, can see that there can
I be no analogy between a short line of road
i which traverses a thickly populated region
through its entire length, and a system of
long roads which ramify through a sparsely
' settled country, all the transportation of
| which is spasmodic, and throe- fourths
jof it is in one direction. The Chronicle
j impudently tenders iU irrelevant statistics
of Eastern roads as an answer to our state
ment that no specific allegations of wrong
| doing have been made by the anti-railroad
I howlers. We reply to it that what it
alleges is of no value whatever in support
, icg its assertion. We repeat that neither
it nor ths demagognes whom it seek* to
furnish with ammunition have yet produced
any evidence of wrong-doing on the part
of the Central Pacific. Neither lies nor
misrepresentations nor faUe analogies con
stitute snch evidence, and the Chronicle
must be even stupider than we take it to be
if it imagines that it can confuse us with
its theatrical thunder, or persnade ua to
accept its sham arguments for real ones.
HOME HAPPENINGS.
Omelal I'lsnrcs or the Ohls Election—
Mrs. Seoviile's Insanity Tlie Blecblen
nlal In Pennsylvania- Constable Killed
by v \ ,_;■(, - -up, -iiiim or the Xirkcl Plate
Ballronit— Fraitt lv ArkaDMM — Immi
grants from Europe- Tellawl'ever— Etc
[SrKIAi. DISrATCBBS TO TIIS UKM&D-UHIOH.]
Th«- Bicentennial Celebration.
Chester (Pa), October 23d.— The bicen
tennial celebration today was a grand suc
cess, nearly every buil'ing beicfr reeplendent
with li •-■-, bunting and various appropriate
dec orations, giving the city a holiday appear
anc«. At least 200.000 visitors were preeent.
The streets were so thronged as to be almoßt
impassabie. Among the guests were a large
number of distinguished gentlemen, includ
ing Givarnor Hoyt and Attorney-General
Latta, the Mayors of cities in thfc State,
Delaware and New Jersey, and a large num
ber of rrpresantßtive gentlemen of Philadel
phia and New York. The day was ushered
in by all the bells in the city, each bell tolling
200 strokes. The exercises proper of the day
began at 9:30 this morning with a repre
sentation of the lauding of William IY-mi
and his party fr no. an old-fafhioned
yawl-boat at the foot of Perm street, the upot
where Pena first touched tha soil at this State
200 years ago. The principal characters were
Win. Perm, John Hare, lieutenant Mack
ham. Wm. P. L* Dom»B, Rober t Wade, W.
H. Shuremsn, Robert Pierton, .T. A. Martin,
Chief Taminenr, Arthur MartiD, Bear's
Meat, H. Greenwood, John Shaples, J. F.
Wright, and Qaakera, Swedes and XnJians ia
the costumes of the peiiod. As the baat
touched tho shore Peon aud Lia party landed,
and were \<-o dad by Mackham, Wade and
Pieraon. A l"ug t»lk eneued, and then, a
little further froiu the shjre, I'euu m«t tha
Indians, with whom he conversed freely.
When Perm lacdeJ the lar^e fleet if all kinds
of vessels i .-a..; in the river blew whistles,
thousands of psople en tha shore applauded,
tho balU throughout tho city t.\nn out the
tidings, and u!l was x, '',. :n ■ -. The landing
was a great success. A. 10:30 A. M. the peii
ple c»me together at tho grand etanO, at the
corner of Second and Concord avenue, where
15,000 human beings were packed. At the
grai.d stand were a number if repre<ei;ta'.ive
men. Tee meeting was called to order by
Mayor Barton, who made a few remarks,
coDgratnlatipß the people on tha importance
of the occasion. Rev. Harry Browa, of St.
Paul's Episcopal Church, efferad a prayer,
after which ovet 2 000 school children saLg,
"My Couatry TU of The*." Governor
Hoyt then marfa a short and interesting
speech. Rev. Mr. Pancoast read an original
poem, which was followed by more singing
by the children. Joiin M. Bromall, orator of
the day, neit delivete 1 an eubgy on Perm,
his peace policy, denouncing w.*r and its re
sults, and in eloqueut language gave a his
torical fketch of Pi-un and Cbe«ter City.
The meeting closed with musi?. This after
noon there was a grand civic, military and
industrial parade, in which C.OOO people par
ticip»ted. la the eveuirg there wUI be a
grand display of tireworks.
Philadelphia, October 23d. — The lrni
veraal Pc4ce Union acd t'le Pennsylvania
Peace Society held a cd nmeraorative fervice
at Franklin iuaii u'e Hall ihU morning, in
honor of the- landing o' William Perm and
the founding of the 'Jommonwealth at Penn
nylvania. The meeting was preuided ttver by
Mayor King. A praytr w<\s effared by
.Ijfi-vs Speare, who iuvoked bUssinga on
peace and its advocates. Letters of regret
wcro r^ad from U;Le»jep3, Herbert Spencer,
S. C. Lily, Presideut of the Senica Nation of
New York Indians, acd others.
Philadelphia, October 23J.— As early as
haif-pist 8 the square from Fifth to Sixth,
on Chestnut, wr.s crowded, exept a e\izca of
about 200 Ml on the pivament frontit g la
depenJencj Hall, whiuli was roped in f'>r the
accommJdati^n of 1,600 siiit/ers. Neirly
thirty b tie lies a^seinblc.!, and Krtutzer's
grand hyini?, "The Sabhath," wes eang. A
light rain began falling whil« this was being
eunif, a. id the !■ a :•. r Bhorteucd the pro
(jranme. Beethoven's " Pr»!«e of G>a" and
I "The Star Spangled Bacner" werfl Fr:i!7 later,
with orchestra accompaniment. At. midnight
the bicentenary Cjremonie^ |?rop-r were in
augurated by ths rinjinit of the Stata House
bell 200 strokes, the church ctiimea of the ci'y
sending fmth joyous pe.ls.
The Scoville Initanlly C»«e.
Chicago, October 23 1.— Tha trial of Mre.
Scoville's insanity was reeu-ned ia the County
Court this moruiop. l>r. Jamea Tiercan, of
Chicago, had given special atten'.i.m to men
tal snd nervous disorders ; attended Mrp.
I Scoville the latter part of ISSO ; baUeved her
insane,' and au improper persou to have charte
of a child ; believed the same of Charles W.
■ind-Tohn Gu'tean ; was one of the witnesses
in th* Guitoan trial. I>r. W. It. L=wis was
neighbor of the Scovil!es at one time, and
hoi.-Jt'd in the house with them ; thcuaht her
chaugtd ms.nr.er of life and epileptic fits de
noted inanity.
At thin p"int the prosecution reete^, and
Mrs. BesnSetook the stand. Her testimony
was a rehearaal of her married life and the
troubles which rasnltrd f r. m the feet <f Gni
!ean. She believed Scuviila a maniac on the
subject of mr.ving. He tn ived six times in
t.vu ye«rs. H« was "<ff" on the subject
of j &lou»y. Ho objected t9 her keeping
the eauie dealer any KLg-h tf tiaoa for fear
she wji:l 1 fill ia love with him. Occe he
sat on the edge of her bc<J a'l i -ijht trying to
rn%ke hrr m^q a :..;.» i f r;. m»Hll»ll .' hn
Scovilla told her that her huibstd had put up
a j'>b to gel her into an icsir.e asylum. Sco
ville onco a«ked her if Bt:e woulcj be willing
to be provej iuaane to cave her brother.
Scovillr, she s&id, once cmfesse.l to fimiliar
ity with a m»nud wom»n. Sac denied ever
having kissed the man Eulie.
Adjourred till tomorrow.
A MnrdrroDH \rgro.
Tarboko(N. C). October 23 1.— Constable
J. J. Vmlird, of thia plac?, this morniDg
arrestei Loail Guilfora, a negro, for an as
eaolt. Guiif ;rd, ou thn way to j«il, buddenly
drew a r.zor and cut Durford across the ab
dumen, inflicting n tenible wound. As Dur
ford sat k to the ground to die, Gu'l/crd ran
<tf, pursued t>7 several men. He w.\a cap
tured, but seriously wounded two of his cap
tors. He was finally shot and mortally
wounded.
Hr«. Lanstrr Ashore.
Nkw York, Ort >btr 23J.— Mrs. Langtry,
the celebrated Xi gHsh profepsioaal b;auty,
arrived from Jvirope this morniag, and drove
'"*— Hfrtt'y to her hctf-1. Sheexpreeied oat
isfc.c'.ion in en interview at being in New
Yotk, "It remind* me fo ranch of P.iri«,"
she said, '* bb<l the fl iw.era are ef"the'ic»Uy
ba«u*.ifut." Her chaperon U Mr§. Libou
chere.
Standard Hllvrr Dollant.
Washington-, Ontooer 231.— During the
week rn-i.u • October 21i*, tkl re H.>3,000
ntandnrd tiUer dollars put in circulation by
the Unite! St-tes Miot». Darir.g the c >rre-
petiad in 1881 thsra warj but •)01,
--■i'JZ Bttnd&rd dollars issued.
Uulckcst Trip on Urrord.
Washisgtos, October 23J.— The newly-
MMdIM Mi.;i-t •' fr^jm Japan aad Kit suite
arrived Ust evening, a'ter a jmrrev of
twauty tw.) days and cine hours frnm Yoko
hama — the quickest time on record.
Suicide of a Wcullhr Clll/rn.
Chester (P».), October l»i.— WiUUm Bar
teJ, a prominent citiz=n, and one of the
wealthiest in Delaware couuty, coaiiuitted
suicide to-day.
Another Twcnly-fire MUen Accepted.
Washikgtos, October 2JJ.— Tha Presi
dent has accepted another twenty-five miUs
I f the Northsrn Pacific Railroad in Mon
tana, < ■ < in. east.
I ..rni.i!|> Opened Tor Bnniness.
Chicago, October 23 1.— The first regular
train ovsr the New York, Chicagi and St.
Louts Nickle Plate road left here at 8 o'clock
this morning for Cleveland. The road is de
clared formally opened for business.
Thf Jranarllr Inreillsailcni.
WASHiNoies, October 23 1.— At the open
irg cf the Jeanzette inveatigUion todsy
I. <-u<^uant Danenbovver stated in his narra
tive the form r,f preparations made for the
| b-^»t journey after the sicking of the Jean
! unite.
The i'r. -:i ,:.
Wabhixstos. October 23 !.— The President
will !s*ve fur New York Wednesday or Tonrs
il»y, »n<l will remain there until after the
Slit* ■ 1- ti n.
Another Prrdletloe by Conecrant.
Washisotos, October 23 1— General Rose
crans reports to the Democratic National
I'ommitte: that California will be Demo
cr»tic by 10.0<V) mnjority, and that five of
the six Congrf ssmen will be Democratic.
nr,:r.iril»e Inrendiarj Pir*.
LKXP.OTOS (Ky.) October 23 1.— 8y an in
candi.ry fira to-night, Butrjus k Alford's
I stables, stockyards, 20 mule* and 18 valuable
I ab-irthnrn cattle, involving a loss of #10 000,
were destroyed. Tne cattle belonged to the
I California Kanch Company, and A. M. I.
Cl«rV. of Bt. Cloui The stock wm iniured
for $5,000.
Bloodnhed at a Breakbut Tabl<»
CoppiESTowK (N. V). October 23d. — Jo.^n
N. Napa, living near PortlaudvUle, shot hU
wife at the breakfart table, and then ihot »
hired man named Baker. He then shot him
self, cut dm own throat and died. The
others will recover. Jealousy was the c»uee.
Earthquake la Texas.
Galvestoh, Ojtoter 23i — A fans special
says : A shock of earthquake was felt yester
day at sp. M. The shock was felt plainly by
all in housea. Clocks, etc., were shaken from
the walls.
AnouM « ..i; S r. «s or the Prolrstant FnlJ
e»|utl Ciiurrk.
Richmond (Vs.), October 23 1— The eighth
aor.uiil Conrrresa of tLe Protestant Episcopal
Caurch of the United States meets here to
morrow.
A Clergyman g«nt to Jail.
Baltimore, Octob;r 231.— Rev. W. L.
WiKhiruff, once editor of the Baltimore Pres
byterian, was anedted on a charge of viola
tion of the Uoited States laws by opening a
letter Bent by mail before it had been deliv
ered to the person addressed, lie was sent
to jail.
Fatal Fall or a geaflTuld.
Baltimore, Octobar 23 !.— Thomas Nngant
was killed and Joseph TiacUatr probably
fatally wounded to-day by 'he f,U of a ecii
fold, whilst painting c church epire.
■MM F.»cape of a Villain from I n, h
Ing.
Omaha, October 231— Emil Pepperkorn,
the German munic teacher who some week*
ago eloped from C*lhoun, Washington coun
ty, with M»y Frahm, aged 14. who was ore
of his pupils, passed through Omaha to-day,
en route to Blair, the county seat of Wash
ington county, from St. Lonix, in charge of
an officer. As the train passed through Cal
nouo a large crowd gave him a warm recep
tion, and mate threat* of lynching. Ha hid
in the water closet ci the car while the officer
Witched him, and the train pullad out before
any attempt was niaie. At Blair the train
was stopped before reaching tbe depot, and
the Sheriff took a short-cut to the j ii! with
the prisoner, to avoid the crowd, who af rer
ward rushed to the jail, but the prisoner was
lodged in a cell in time to escape them.
Tbe Oblo Election— Official Flgares.
Coldmbus, October 23 J.— The official coont
of the reUirnß from the State election held
Ootob;r lO.h, made by the Secretary cf State
to-day, shows the following totals and ma
jorities: Secretary of Sta, a— Newman (L).),
316.574; Town«iend (R.), 297,759; Srhu
machtr (P.), 12,202; Hoffer (G ). 5.345
Newman ivar Towussnd, 19,115; Newman
over all, 1,568. .Tuds;e of Supreme Court —
Okey (D.), 315 753 ; Doyle (R), 29*1 380 ;
Koseborough(P), 12 290; Tuttle (G), 5.882.
Okey ever D.iyle, lti,3t>4 ; Okay less than all
1.258. M»mber of B urd of Public Works-
Wei', zhr (D.) ov?r Flickingei (11.). 15,725.
C»nxres*l<>nal.
Nkw York, October 231— R. P. Fir.wer,
the present member of Uongrea-i. has declined
a re-iomination by the uniced Democracy of
the Eighteenth District.
York (Pa.), Ociobar 231— The R?puh!i
can Congressional oocferees of theNire oenth
District have decided not t > nominate a can
dida'e. I', ia stated that McSherry, defeated
for the Democratic noaiinalion, would run in
dep>ndent.
New York, October 231— The Democrats
of tho Fourth Dia'.rict have nominated Felix
Campbell for Cen^re^s.
ViCKSßnna October 231— V. B. Waddell,
State Senator, annouccoshimeelf a candidate
on tha Damocr&tic ticket for Congress in the
Third District, against Judge .T. E. .Jtffards,
liepublican, snd Jud 5 e Clark, Independent
and Republican.
Km York. October 231— The Seventh
District R->publiciiiß have nomiuatcd Juhn
E. 8.-oadskis for Conniese.
Frlslittnl Outcome or a Drunken Drawl,
Milwaukee, October 23 1.— 1n a drunken
pffr»y near llanjver, Wi?., Chas. Stowart
knocked hn cjusia, Spencer Turner, insensible
with ft poker, delup»d him with kerosene and
applied ■» match. Following this, he dragged
the blazing body outi f the hnuse. The vic
tim died Sunday noon in terrible ajony.
A Lively Shake-lip.
Wichita (X*.), October 231— An esrth
quake occurred at this point ftineteen minutes
past 4 o'clock yesterday. Its duration was
.on.-. ii\ .' seconds. There were three pulsa
tions, the firßt being th« Htroagt-st, rattling
windows, swaying the walls of buildings and
moviag f urniture.
Will t« b« ronlcstcd.
BCKKALO, October 23).— The will of Mrs.
Caroline Fillniore, wife •>{ ex-President Fill
mcr«, will be conttst^d by her Brooklva
cousioe. It is estimated that the property
will inventory 8125,000.
Thr Ueorgla
Macos (<Ja.), October 23J.— Attorney-
Gaaeral Clitford Anderson will run for Sena
tor in pl.xce of the late Benjamin H. HilL
Immlerants r.-um Earupc.
New \obk, October 23 J. — Seven steam
ship? from European porte landed 4,484 emi
grau'.s tc-day.
The Yellaw Fever Srnurjf.
Pkksacol\. October 231 — Thirty-seven
r»w cases of fev^r and one i'*»th to day.
Total to d»te, 2.007 cases and 103 deaths. A
«on of J. IC. Tarlile, Mayor of the city and
Collector of the Port, is in an nlranst hope
lees condition. Tte de-titutinn 13 undi
mini-ihsd. Tbtn is reason to tu'pect » nuTi- I
b:r of new c;s33 which hava not been re
ported.
Brownsville (Tcx.). October 231—Per
sons from i. .rr !.., by way of Mi»r, Cimargn
and MitlMinriir. got hers ti-day, and were
immfdiateiy s<"Dt back across tliß river by
the Health Orti-»r. Thejtroops are in exj.l
lent lieu! h. The weather is co 1 and pleis
ant.
-li. 1.1 Frost In lrknn»ag.
Little Rock, Ostabar 23l— The l.wlands
cf_ eastern Arkansas showed a slight frost
thin morning, not being enough to damage
the cotton. T>ie weather for picking is very
favorable all over tha State.
Rraih.
Atlanta (Gj.). OoUber 23,1— General W.
S. Hail, cf ftlacon, died iv New Han. p hire
yesterd \y.
BnumXHO (III.), October 231— John W.
Hiatt, the las;, survivor of the lUinois
Rargerc, who 6ei v -d ia the war with Mexici,
died yesterday at Carrolton in his Slhh year.
Chester (N\ H ) October 231—Ex-Gov
ernor Ed. Straw died to-night, aged 63 years.
Reels>tratlon In Brooklyn.
Nkw York, Oot-b-r 24th — a. m.—Brook
lyn's registry yesterday was 32 215. making
104,600 in all— create.' than ever before, ex
cept in the Presidential year of ISBO.
Thermometrlcal.
ICew Yobk, October 23d — Midnight.—
Highest tt'inp*rature to-day, 50 3 ; lowest, 40".
Chicago, October 23 1— Highest tempera
ture to-day, 55°; lowest, 46°.
THE DUTY OF REPUBLICANS.
Tfaers is a consideration affecting the
election of State Senators from Sacramento
county this year that apptala only to Ke
publicanE, ani concerrs greatly those voters
who bcliove io maintaining the supremacy
of the principles advocated by Lincoln and
by Garlield.
The county of Sacramento -will thin year
elect two .Stsfc Senators. Kach of these
Senators will have a vote for a United
States S*nitor to succeed the Democrat,
James T. Farlty. We all knonr how
dangerous would become the ascendancy
.-.. -i-.-i of the Democrats in the United States
Senate. We all know, too, how close the
complexion of that body is. No liepubli
can can afford to imperil the chances of his
party by snpporting a man who will give
his vote to a Democrat for United States
Senator.
All over the State the Democrats are
sparing no expense, they are straining every
etTort to obtain control of the Senate, and
thus secure of the twenty holdovers as
many as possible to vote for a Democratic
United States Senator. Their newspapers,
one and all, teem with articles commanding
Democrats to vote for Democrats for State
Senators. It is suicide for Republicans to
obey this Democratic command. Every
Republican bat a twofold duty to perform to
himself and to his party. He that votes for a
Democrat for State Senator forgets the al
legiance due to his principles. He plays
directly into the hands of the Democrats.
He will severely regret it, and is blind if
he does not see it now.
Personal feeliDg should have no weight
when the supremacy of the Republican
party in tho United States Senate is at
stake.
We call upon Republicans, one and all,
to support the Rspnblioan nominees for
State Senator. It is yonr duty to do so.
Yod must not, at this day, desert the ban
ner so long.borue to victory. Your party's
future trembles in the balance. The
United Slates Senate is held now only by
the casting veto of the Vice- President.
The election of one Senator may turn the
scale. Republicans, do your duty. Sup
port tbe regular nominees of your party
for State Senator, and thus secure two
votes for gome good Republican for United
S.atts Senator. Hepubucax,
THE FLOWER CITY FURORE.
The Commotion Canted by the Statement
of a Physician,
Ad untiaun! article from the Ro."be«ter, N.
N., Democrat and Chronicle was pnbliahed
in ti.ia paper_ recently, and has been the sab
jest of much conversation, both in profet
eional circles and on the street. Apparently
it caused mora commotion in Rochester, as
th" f.llowin? from the fame paper shows :
Dr. J. B. HerijD, who ia well known not |
only in Rochester, but in nearly every part !
of America, gent H extended article to this j
piper a few days sine?, which was duly pub- |
listed, detailing hW remarkable experience |
and rescu<j from what seemed certain death. !
It would be impossible to enumerate the per- I
sonsl inquiries which have been made at our !
• nice aa io toe validity of the article, but j
they bays been bo numerous that further in- :
ventilation of the subject was deemed an i
editorial necessity.
With this end in view a representative of
thin paper called on Dr. Uenion, at his res
idence on St. Paul .-trtet, when the following
interview occurred :
" That article of yonrs, doctor, has created
quite a whirlwind. Are the statements about
tne terrible condition you vrere in, and the i
way you were rescued, such as you can sua- j
aiu ?"
"Every one < f them and many additional j
ones. Few people ever get so near the tjrave |
as I did and then re tors, and I am ctt sur- j
prised that the public think it marvelous. It >
wa9 marvelous."
" How in the world did you, a pbysxiaa,
come to ba brought so low ?"
"By neglectiug the first and most simple I
symptoms. I did not think I was sick. It id
true I had frequent headaches; ft It tired
moat of the time ; could eat nothing one day
and was ravenous the next; felt dull indefinite
pains and my stomach was out of order, but
I did not think it meant anything cerious."
"But have these common ailments any
thing lw do with the fearful Brieht's diuu.ll.'
which took so firm a hold on you?"
" Anything ! Why, they are the sure indi
cations cf the tir.it stages of that dreadful
malady. The fact is, few people kcow or
realize what ails them, and I am sorry to say
that too few physicians do either."
" That is a strange statement, doctor."
" But it is a true one. The medical pro
fession have been ti eating symptoms instead
cf diseases for years, and ie is high time it |
ceased. We doctors have been clipping cff j
the twigs when we should strike at the root.
Tha symptoms I have just mentioned or any
unusual action of irritation of the water
channels indicate the approach of Brignt'u
disease even morj than a cough announces
the coming cf consumption. We do net
treat tha cough, but try to help the lungs.
We bhnuld not wttate our time tryicg to re
lieve the headache, utomach, pains about the
body or other symptoms, but, j;o directly to
the kidneys, the source i f . n-.ti cf time ail
ments "
" This, thee, is what you meant when you
said that more than one-ha'f the deaths which
occur erise f ;om Bright'^ (iidease.ia it, doctor ?"'
" Precisely. Thousands of so-called dis
eases aru t.rturingr people to-day, when in
reality it is Bii^ht'ii ('.i-iease in some one ot its
many forms. It is a hydra- headed monster,
and the slightest symptoms a'jnuld strike
terror to tvery oue wno has them. I can
look back and recall hundreds of deaths which
physicians declared -.11 the time were caused
by paralysis, apoplexy, heart disease, pneu
monia, malarial fever and other common
c nupuints which I sea now were caused by
Brigiit's di-fease."
"And did all those cases have simple symp
toms at first ?"
'' Kvory one of them, aud might have been
cured as I was by the timely u ,e of the »:»>■■•■
remedy — Wunet'd Safe Kidney and Liver
Cure. I am getting my eyeß thoroughly
opened in this matter, and think 1 ..mi; n
ing others to nee the facts and their possible
danger also. Why, fiere are uo end of tru'.h-j
beaiiug on thU subject. If you want to
know more about it ro and bee Mr. Warner
hiuisi.'if. He waa tick the Bamo as I, and is
the healthiest ni.'.n in Rochester to-day. He
has m-.de a study of this subject, and can
give you morj facta than I can. Ho, too. and
uee Dr. Luttim.ro, the chemist, at the Uni
versity. If you want facts thera are any
quantity (I theoi showing the alarming ia
crea-e of P right's duesse, its simple and de
ceptive symptoms, and that them is but one
way by which is can be escaped."
Ku!!y Batoned of the truth and force of the
doctor's word*, the reporter bade him good
day and called on Mr. Warner on Exchange
street. At first Mr. Warner was inclined to
bsreticert, but learning that the information
desired wis about tlie alarming increase of
Bt i .-ill's disease, hia manner changed instantly
and he spjke very eirns'Jy :
"It is true l;i-t Bri^hl'd disease has in
creased wonderfully, and we find, by reliable
.-t..'.i.-ties, that in the pant ten yearj iir
has been 250 psr c?nt. Look at the
prominent men it has cirriei off: Everett,
Sumner, ('haee, Wilson, Carpenter, Bishop
Haven and ether?. ThU Li terrible, aud
showa a greater gnwtb than that of any
other kooffu coiuplutni. It tthonld be plain
to every one that anjiethiLg must be dona to
cbetk thit iccreas > ot tnere is no knowing
where it m.sy end."
" Do you think many people are afflicted
with it to-diy who do not realiz; it, Mr.
Warner?"
" Hundreds of thousand*. I have a strik
ing example of thin truth which has just
coxe to no? notice. A prouiiaerjt professor
ia » New Oilcans inedicil college w*» lectur
ing b.'forc hw tliss OB the subject of Brjght'*
j dise*t>e. Ha Lad various flui-in under micro
scopic sr.alyfis, aud wa-. showing ilie btuJents
what the indie i" vus of this U-r.-i ila m;.!vi\
were. Iv onler to show the eoLtrast ba'weer.
beaU.'iy a-;d uuheahhy fluid-i, he had pro
vided a vial th'ic intents of whi.-h vperedr..*":
f oin his own person. ' And n >w, Kent'.o
m»n,' he said, 'aa we hava seen the un
healthy indications, I will phow you how it
appear* in a sUta of perfect h>al'h,' aal ho
s'jVj^iittid Li-j own Said to the usual test. As
he w;tulied t':e rttnlti his countenance sud
denly charged — hi* color and cjmm»r.d bo'.h
lef ; him, aud ia a trembling voi?3 he s.iJ:
1 Gsatleia^n, I have mi.'a a piiaful <iis.
ovary; / h'.vo Bright dise^sj of ihelii',
utys.' and in lesa th>n a year he v.-aa dead."
" Yin b?'ieva then that i; h%s no symp
toms of its -W.l ani is frif)u;ntly :i..kr. w..
even by tbs person 'sho U nfH.cted with ii?"
" It has no symptnmi of its own and very
often none at all. Usually no two people
hava the aims <>ynip'.oui3, aud frequently
death ia the first pytcptom. Tha slightest in
dications cf any kidney difficulty should
be enough to strike t:rr»r to any one. I know
what I am talking about, for I have baen
thr >u*b. all the stages of kidney diseise."
" Ylu know of Dr. Hoaion'a case ? '
" Yes, I have both hoard and read of it."
" Is is very woifieif u!, is it not ?'
" A very prominent case, but no more so
then a great macy othars that hive come to
my notice cs haviag been cared by the same
uiratn."
" You believe then that Bright's disease
can be cured ?"
"_ I know it can. I kaow it from the ex
perience of hundr-fda of prominent persor s
who were given up to die by both their phj
fciciann and friends."
"You speak of your own experience, what
wsa U?"
" A fearful one. I had fait languid and
unfitted for huaineas for years. But I did
not kLow_ what ailed me. WLbb, however,
I found it wa» kiduey d.ffkolty I th iu s -ht
there was little hope, and co '..id the doct rs
I hive cicce learned thit cna of the pv:yti
ciann of this city p iat id me out to a gentle
man oa the fetreet ens day, Baying : ' Tiiore
goes :\ man who will b<i d.-ad within a year.'
I bsii^ve liia words w m.d hive proven tru ; if
I had not forluiat-jly secured aud used the
remedy now known as Waraet's Safe Kilcey
and Liver Cure."
" And this caused you to manu"*cture it ? '
"No ; it caused me to investigate. I vrcat
to the principal ci'ifs, saw physiciim p.--:
scribing and uaiuc it, and I tntrefore t'.cri-r
--miced. t.» a duty I owed humility Bod 'li^
etifleriae, to !>ring it wi'.hia t'leir reacti, and
now it U known in every part of America, is
s;y!d in every drug store and has become a
household necessity."
The reporter leic Mr. Warner, much im
pressed with the earnestnCHS and ticccrity of
hi) statements, and next paid a visit to Dr.
S. A. Lattimnre, at hU r.'K.ier.oe on Prioca
street. Dr. L%ttim^re, although bu«i!y en
gaged upon «or.i« matters connected with the
State 1". iar i cf Health, of which he is one of
the anaijst*, onrteoosly annwered the quef
tiom that w e re propounded him.
" Did you mike a chemical analysis of the
cite of Mr. H. H. Warntr some thies years
ago, di>ctor ? "
" Yes, sir.'
" What did this analyeis rhow you ? "
"The presence of albumen and tube casts
:n greit abnndaDce."
" And what did the symptoms indicate ! "
"A seriuus di=ea^e of the kidnej-s."
" Did you tuiiik Mr. Warntr could re
cover ? "
"No, sir. I did not think it po3siMe. It
I was seldom, icdeeci. that bo pronounced a
1 l ■- ■ had, op to that time, ever been cured."
" Do yon know anything about the remedy
whica cured him ? "
"Vex, I have comically anityz=d it, and
upon crilicil examination fin ! it entirely free
i from any poisonous cr delete: iou» eub
| Etaccaa."
We publish the furegaing statements ia
| view of the commotion which the publicity
; of Dr. Heci-'^'a article has f:-.-i?-d, and to
i meet tbe i-rotoatatinns wbich hay» been made.
{ The standing of Dr. Hasion, Mr. Warner
i and Dr. L»ttimore in the comocunity i* be-
I yond quastion, and ih= statementf they make
| caunot for a moment ba donSted. Toey con
-1 clusively show thit Bripht's 'ii-ffc-r. cf the
! kidney* is one of the most d?o«ptiv<> and
diugercus of all dise»e», this it is i ceed-
I inply common, alwraiuyly increano^, and
j that it can be cured.
NEW ADVEBTTSEMESTa.
Special Merlins ol Hacrament* A
Royal Arou Chapter, No. 3, fct the hall, TH IS _J&_
(Tuesday) EVKNING, October 21, 1882 X3T
at 7 o'clock. Work in R A D^rae. So- 'VX
jouroing Comjwuiions areoidially ijnited to attend
Uy order ol a. a. RED! KG TON, U. P.
W. B. Davis, Secretary. o2* It
Co:uml>U Lo<l/e, >... 48. H. or -£>■
P.— Every :: ■ i:r l-i is n .:i-'..i to meet Tr%k*
TO-SIGUT, at 7:16 ..\ :.>k, f-.rtlic pur- '^'ixS&f
pose of payi:::; a (rattrna! -ritit to Con- \SJxvL
fidencj Lodi;e K. o' P. a_> pr.-mpt >4*v'4ir
By order. R. B. HaKVGS, C C -<£]I---^X
P. J. SPACirgr., X i.f B. am; S. 18. C.) c-U It*
K. or P. Hriuinr <<>nvonil»n <**>
of Confi ienco Lodt-o, No. 78, 11. of I' T3fe>»
THIS (Tueadiy) KVK\'ING, at 7:M "*~203&
Vclock shtrp. All mer.ibcn will pieusfl *2?^
bo in atieni anc^ t • receive a fr.itt.Tnal ££"*>£
visit from ColudjW* Lndire, Ko 41, X
of P. Mcmhrrs of tiattr Lodges »n<i sujourni^if
Knights are cordially invited to attend.
J A. BAKER, C. C.
W altiik 3. P.c.OF.iiy, K. f.f R. and 9. jH. C.] 024-lt
A SorlKl «H l>t held by tlie Franca
Verein cf the Gertniu I.iiihcran Ohiir'ti. corner u(
Twelfth ani X streets, THIf;SI>SY i:VEXISG Oc
tober 26, IsSJ. Ticaetfl. 2SrnnM. Lunch free '
? 2: 11^
WANTED-A COOK. APPLY AT 714 FlF
tienth street. 024-tf
FOR SALE- TH*T VERY PKSIRABLK^MI
co'ti^e of Sevan rooms, No. 1414 oßiil
street. L >t, JOxlW fctt AwiKdi.nr.ml... M!!B
i<»»' "^^
FIR SALt;^ \ CKAIM FAKM OF 213 ACRES;
50 «trts in grim now ; 50 acres mo-e in sum
mer fallow. House and barn ; a little orchard and
vineyard. Price. 54, 500. Inquire of C AIL STKO
BEL, 3JI J street. 024 Stdiswlf
STOLEN- A DI«TY HDAS HORSE, A
weit'ht I.OUO to 1,100; riirht hind f^STX
foot spcttt-d ; br^nd I* under mane, rijht/'t.^^^
side of neck; pares and trots. £25 rewuru rr in
formation leading to recovery of bor?e. Stolen
June Ist, or tiierea!) >ut. N. J OEER,
024 El Dorado, Cal.
CANDIDATES** S DIAL!
/~VN SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBKR 28tm,
\J tht-re will bf a Ca-didates' Soda', at Swish
Station, on UppeCSto^Jitoi- road, 2J miles from this
city; 1.24 If
4SL.vcjcxj m rzrxo aar
FOURTH WARD REPUBLICANS!
THERE WILL B^. A MEETING OF THE
Fourth W«rd P^ryM'nni t'uh, THI3 fTue=
day) EVENIN'O, October 24th, at the Torwr Hall
Gvmiissium, at 7:SO tfcHook. Ju l.c \V. II Beitty,
Hon. D. K. burn? Bopod Brnaer and other able
speakers will .i.ilu .»< tht Cluh. A Ir.nl of mueic
will beinattcic^iUnee. J .1. BUCIILKV, Chairn-'in.
Jas B. I>kv-!s» and H. CCmfMAy, Sec.. "24 It
NOTiDE TO DEPOSITORS
uF TUB —
CAPITAL SriVINGS BANK.
THE BANK WILL PAY I'IVIDEND No s,
of 10 p«r cent . piyabla mi and aft>rr NOVEM
BER 2, IS--2. By c.r.lvr of the B<.ird ot Directors.
024 2»ia JA". y. PORTEK. SecreUry.
SWAMP £i§B Dtmitil ID. j,
ATRHTIOK &VBXOKKTS OF SWAM? L\ND
District, N'». 1, of Sacramento county !— You
are hereby igqpMted to mc< t a: Ki.-k Doled
THUBSDAT. OCtTOBEB Mtb. at 1 n'clock, to con-
Bider the ml-, imhr'ty i.f repairinkr the Leve*i. Other
important himinp^s will c miic I>e(orc the lueetin?
By order of 1 11 .C TRUSTEES of Levee District No. 1.
o2J-3t*
SALE POSTPONED.
THE AUCTION SiLE OF JOHN MARTIN.
t!i it wa3 to come off on the 28th of October on
the ranch of W. A. Lindsay, will no" come off.
<244f M. TOOMEY.
TO CONTRACTORS.
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR REBUlLD
corntr Fourth an 1 1 streets are noiv ready at
the otti-e of M". Gr o !e 1, and proposals are invited
until 3ATI RUaY NEXT. \V. S. MKSICK.
024-lw*
ft|L!?l^ta«ii e^. 1 A^ji-Vi.; v '..'.;;■'.. r. X « l'.'n?u
-al*\,,,Dr-% «« <£S :i - '-■ * Vltn« Dance.
CifK!.^ AND ■**; Alcoholism. Opium £a!
Si ■;,'::.: V
Bb>Sr*£3&V UinUi-rj. Lad n.l ail
MjlML' v.!i<..-e f-^-iUni.ir.v em.
J&BZ£L m pk.\m"nt <-iu~>^ Nt-rv
i^K^^_ f «■-: - i'ro=tration. Irr.
jtyf / ntuuiachi bowels »>r
U| jHL*'' I*'^1 *'^* N ( ; '..r-- :i iitrre lonit*. :ip
'vfl^ESl )'cii7cr or Ftimclnnr.
3^, -^•-'? a *'-- i ' •■ ARITAK NERVINE
. ___" j '^ T.viilunble Th ■■:;
few Al^vrs pai.^ .«nda prtirlaim it the
Mtefc tf^""^ "■" : " lorr " 1 Inv !'-'-
THE DB. 6. A. Rirn.voNn Mrnio.\L 02
l*ole I'roprleluf. St. JotdH. m^.
That is -what a great
many people are doing.
They don't know just what
is the matter, but they have
a combination of pains and
aches, and each month they
grow worse.
The only sure remedy
yet found is Brown's Iron
Bitters, and this by rapid
and thorough assimilation
with the blood purifies and
enriches it, and rich, strong
blood flowing to every part
of the system repairs the
wasted tissues, drives out
disease and gives health and
strength.
This is why Brown's
Iron Bitters will cure
kidney and liver diseases,
consumption, rheumatism,
neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala
ria, intermittent fevers, &c.
Mr. Simon Blanchard, a well
known citizen of Hayes ville, Meade
county, Kentucky, says : " My wife
had been sick for a long lime, and
her constitution was all broken
down and she was unable to work.
She was advised to use Brown's Iron
Bitters, and found it to work like a
charm. We would not now be with
out it for any consideration, as we
consider it the best tonic in the
world."
Brown's Iron Bitters
is not a drink and does not
contain whiskey. It is the
only preparation of Iron
that causes no injurious ef
fects. Get the genuine.
Don't be imposed on with
imitations.
&HJWeD6nB)d :^j B^g*jmT
San Franc ' l ™<**tfi£gi&il * ilk* § iy
trA&r^ CAPITAL STOCK
rSp^d' rl'UOOO.ooo.oO
I^Stipplua 480,800.70
■■■ VtoMMteMt <*»l-> Jr.iy 1, ISS2.
TV«? ts\Uo iilphkiij ; in prewntlns; for
I roiir 4-«n«;<W-rati<>it Urn following Thirty
j tißhth Bc-,i:i-Auaual Suumeat et tha condition
of tills b:iak:
' Hsa'» Pr.--iiii«r«) 515 A.000 OO
lOtherßi-nl I--tnto M.sa.l .15
I u-t«><! S»!a;i.< IloucW 62tt..-»«7 «<t
; t.antl A--'M-iation »t«M-k.. 11.1-' l .VJ
; l«aiw an:! SlixcnuntM l.T^.i.f'rtO SO
Hitf from i:.mU- OsiT.'-JTS O»
i 3lou«-y ou bantl 6-ta.^ei 3O
!!M;;i.ni'X »«• 7-w.«wn o»
Capital r>,U<iii|> «l,o<H). ((()<» oo
MO.M)O TO
§>>.• n.i'-.si <«<•-. 1,933.«tT2 HO
I'lif r.an!;» 337401 O»
Ui vMftidt napai.l _ 13 1L?°
sntT7."Hi.oin> <>i»
j Hits Hnnk haw ap^rlal fkciliU«< for
j i.im; &U Unit of baokiug btuia«M.
GEHEBAL NOTIOE3.
1 *~
Th* »dT«nl»«»» belonglßK to Brlatol'f
SfTO -VR-COATED PILLS are many. They »re ele
nntly coit«i with su^ar ; they are very easy in
their operation ; they never trripe nor ticken, and
thsv leave the bowel, free and open; they con tun
no mineral of any kind, and are safe for the moil
delicate. . tmn
The Japanese
Carry their fwthpkk, in their back hair, and
alwajs Rse them after eatinf? anything. Thej take
car* of their teeth, and the teeth tako care of th->r
Btomach*. Use toothpicks froelv, clean with SOZO
DONT uo<i »ad teeth and breatha will be ucarce.
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One-ninate ToiUliarhe Drops Are
rior to any other. For sale by druggist*- h-IRK,
GFARY & CO., Azentg. 010-lm
For Ihe Ladle*.— Please e«fc ynar pby
.IcTa" hi" o"ion of PURE CALIFORNIA PORT
WISE PEPSIN ANDCALWAYA HARK combined,
v a Tonic and Cure for Dyspepsia W lndiirention. If
MMMtaT, try HALL'S I'EPSIN WINK BITTEP.&
Ichl Ban. San FrauelM-o, donkled In
ize is the larifext Japai.ese Kilo exhibition in the
»orid. SHArrUCK 4 FLETCHER export their
jrinting inks to Japan, receive Japanese jroode in
•eturn and this is why Ichi Ban survives on low
jricfia Lovical, isn't it? Wholesale and retail.
Jooda for every branch of retail country trade.]y4-tf
amusements!
"Dedication ball.
a PUBLIC DEDICATION WILL BE „»
J\ iriven at the Amcricai River Orange j«
!WI, on the Sacrameuto Valley Railroad, H/jL
ci!e« cast of Sacramento, on Ui»
TBUB&DAI, OCIOftEK 86 ISS3.
tod in the evening a GRAND BALL will be (riven.
ta~ Ticketß (iiic.udinic supner). Si 50. 028 3t*
COLD WEATHER!
BLANKETS!
— m ■-
IVliite ,<sSf ay, Scariet, Brown
IN ALL CHtAOfB AND PRICES.
rH£ LAR2EST AS3ORTMENT IN SACRAMINTO
Wholesale and Retail.
Winter
Wraps !
is twe.vtv •. ;f : ; ..- m styles.
Ul Sizes and Prices— For Ladies, Blisses
and Children.
BEENHABST
— A\D
MOUSQUETAIRE
KID CLOVES
FOSTER'S
PATENT FASTENING
FOX SALE BY
$?%/
OORNER FIFTH AND J STR^.tTS.
(V Conntry SSrdors f •li!i l.:i.y atirnded 10.
t^'2fitf
7HE MOST POPULAR WHISKY
fc^r IN THE MARKET Z3>. ( ~
J »UIN[ FUVOR.SUPERIQR TONIC f^f}
& (rt^l" 11 ABSOLUTE PURITY HA«IADE-^g '
futo
*?s^-AGREAT FAVORITE.tN^ 7
FORMEDICINAL&FAMILY USEASWELLAB FORA
MTHY.fIHSMiT BfilKK,T*ffi IS NO MB tCUAL HUE
-'OLD JUDGE-x-
FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS 4 LIQUOR DEALERS.
•4 — '-\ ft t XyV-ir SOLE PRC?BIETS«S
\ /^JRIJ JJiPL^aCLESSOBS TO
SMt kane,o'leary«cb
WHOLESALE LIQUOR MERCHANTS,
£21 & 223 BUSH ST. SKN fRANCISCO. CAL.
E N GL AN D
BAKING
POWDER
m a L && ALUM
1L Irtb flour
Wkg STARCii
I^l I • AMMONiA
IIU PHOSPHATES
■ tartaric acid
CrzamTartar anoßi-Carb.Soda
NOTHING ELSE.
Newton Bros. &Co.|
03-TuTlisrt.v«»-tf' »»W
CADWALADER & PARsiiSi
TJEAL ESTATE A .D INSUEANCK A< !HTB,
C«rntr Third ant) J Mre«t»,
AOE.VT3
ONION INSURAKCE CO. CF SAtt FRAt SCO
Fire and Hulac.
EDW. CADWALADF.R, Notary PubUc, Oo imls
iloner of De«rtil fend Convey uiffrr. J 1 %iU
MISS MINKA FLEISSNSf ,
T7..i. i:kr or
vocai. aacxratxfcji
So. Ill* Twelfth ttrtet, hH, X anil L.
oil nlm
1 AUCTIONS.
CARPETS
TAPESTRY, BBCSSKfJT,
TI.Klt I'M. IMM> r.O««.
TWO-PLI. ISttOAW.
And «A.TTIVtS
XiOiVB tarty pxtions.
SHERBURN & SMITH.
323 U Street, betwrea Third and IHurlh.
»uii-3ntr
"D£MOOBATIO~CANj : 3[DATES.
For State Senator.
FREDERICK COX,
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMIJfBJC FOR
HUte Senator. »a».td
For Sheriff.
A. H. ESTILL,
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOg
Sheriff. 08-t<
For County Clerk.
M. R. BEARD,
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOX
County Clerk. ggl-iotd
For County Assessor.
c.
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR
County .Vwesaor. r2O istd*
For Treasurer.
MICH A E L FAY,
DEMOCRATIC NOMIS'EE FOR COUNTY
Trotwurer. sll-istd
For District Attorney.
JOHN T. OAREY,
RE<;ULAU DLMCOKATIC NOMINEE FOR
Ifcatrict Attorney. 82S td
For County Coroner.
JOHN M.LL R.
(Of Fritz & Miller)
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR
County Coroner. eSO-td
For Supervisor.
J. R. WfcBSTER.
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR
Supervisor of Third District. 06-td
For Supervisor.
William Mclaughlin.
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR
Supervisor of the Second Ijintrict. s2S-isUl
For Supervisor.
robefTt~allen.
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR SUPERVISOR
of KirHt Lnstrict. o4-
For Supervisor.
JAMES MrGUIRir,
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE TOR
Supervigor, Fourth District. s!6-td
For PoJlce Juoge.
W. A. HENRY,
REGULAR DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR
Police Judge. si 3 td
lEPUBLIGAN CANDIDATES.
For State Senator.
G=?OV£ L. JOHNSON,
REGBLAB REPUBLIC^\M NOMINEE FOR
fctatu tunator. sl2-iutd
For Senator.
J. ROUTIER,
REGULAR r.EI'UnLICAN NOMINEE FOX »-^
State Senator. e3O-td
For the Assembly.
G. W. HANCOCK,
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR THE
Assembly. sID-lt
For the Assembly.
FRAN X 5T RYAN,
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR
AaSKWBLIWAK. »2S-td
For _Sheriff.
PHILIP HiiRZOG.
REGULAR P.EVUCLICAN NOMINEE FOR
_ Sheriff. ot-td
For Sheriff.
T. H.~BERKEY,
REODXAB NOKIBKE <,F THF. K^publicAM
Coumy Cunvention for f-berff. 830-td
For Assessor.
J. T- GRIFFITTS.
(Late of J. T. GmmTTS 4 Co , Dry Goods Dealers),
REITt'.LICAN ROHTKBB FOR COUNTY
Aastwior. f2T-td
For Treasurer.
A. S. GREENLAW,
REGULAR KF.PUni.ICSN NOMINP.E FOR
_ Oo'inty Trga«nrer. igjd
For Auditor and Recorder.
W. E. Gf;-3SR,
RKQULAR KKPOBUCAH NOMINEE FOR
Comity Auditor snrl R f r ■ i r Sf7-td
ForSuperintenc;ettof Schools.
CHAS. £-. BISHOP.
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR
County Superintenuent of Public Schools
826- td
For Public Administrator.
H 8. L'FALS.
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR
Public Ailministralor. r2<!Ul
For Coroner
J. fra"nk~cl*.rk,
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR
County Coivner. sl9-wtd
For Supervisor.
JOSE PH~wTs£ MAN.
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR
Supervisor rt SvcniA Ward. s&Mstd
For Supervisor.
samuTlTbla r,
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR
Ba|)llilwt of thi' Thirl District. 823 irtd
For Supervisor.
8. GGTTLEfB.
REGULAR BXFDBUOAB NOMINEE FOR
Sut^rvisor, Fourth L)i-triet. 816-td
For Supervisor.
BERNARD fcTEINMAN.
RBOTJLAB REPURLKWN NOMINEE TOR
Supcrvigor, Firet Uintrict. uS Ul
For Police Judge.
W. S. SAFFORD;
REGULAR P.ErUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR
Police Judgn. s23td
For Justice of the Peace.
J . C TUBSS,
REGULAR RKPOBUOAH NOMINI.'E FOR
Justice of the Peace for .S»crani>;nt<j City.
SAB FBAICISGO ABEHOY,
TBZ GENERAL AOBNCT OF THE
DAILY RECORD UNION,
A!TD TUB
SAUSAMm WSEELY USIOH
IN SAN FRANCISCO
ai at
Ho. 8 Titw MsntKomrry *:r*n,
PaTiitQH HOT2DL.
rols 2pU
STEiNWAY & BON& 1 PIANOS.
AHKYMAN, SOU: AGENT, l^tj/^mm
• street, bet. Sixth 00l i;6vcnUi,Bp«HH|
opposito Court-booac. PIA:;OS TQ] | # I f|
LXI. Ffauoc toil e-j test&U7.ent(. w»r-«pl3i

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