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SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
•>auv mies kkkieh-vol. win. ->«. «wis.
OIILV KM ORl» MKltv-VOL. »i\t. -M>. is:.*.
t££ DAILY RECORD-UNION.
Entered at Uie Post Office al S&cntccmo as second uass natter
PUBLISHED BT THE
Sacramento Publishing Company.
WM. n. XIIXB, Ceneral Manager.
ITaUlcaUon Offlre, Third it., bet. J and K.
THE DAILY KVA OED-U IOJT
Ispablished men 4*7 ot the veek. Sund*ji exoepted.
VotODerear (6 OC
Tor oix moDthi. ....«• S 60
fforthrae month* 1 00
Rahxafben (erred by Canrlen at Tinun
Or. i.-r weelc In all Interior dtiee and towns vtc
p>: '<r ma be hid of the priuoipal Periodical Dealun.
Newsmen and Axtsnta.
A«l-. -i ::-.)!>£ lUli >In Dally Rerord-I nion.
OaeSqture, 1 time |1 00
Oneß'juare. 2 time 5. ...••.....••••••••••• 1 75
Oae&>juare. 3 time*. S B0
Kaeh additional time. 60
lWeek. I Weeks. 1 Month
Kalf Bqnare, l«t pige $3 90 $3 60 $6 0U
Salt H.;uare, M p»ge 3 60 6 00 8 00
Half S'jaare, 3d page 3 00 4 60 6 00
Half Square, 4th page 100 3 00 4 00
One Square, lat inure. 3N S 00 TOO
Ose B>iaare, 2d pagfi 6 00 7 00 10 00
One tvi'jare, 3d page 4 00 8 00 8 00
«»ne Square, 4th page 3 00 4 00 6 00
Star Notieea, to follow reading matter, twenty-fiTe
bcLU a line for e&ch insortlnn.
AdyertUemuitauf Situations Wanted. HooimtoLet.
Society If eKticju. etc., of nri i.ixia ob. lkss, will be
.oaarted in the Dajlt Kiookd-Umuk si follows :
Onetime Koenta
Three lixca 50 cent*
One week TBcanVt
skiran word! to cnnf.lt ate a line.
TITO niKKLY I MO*
[PubUahed in Kmi-weeklr part*]
U Issned on Wednosday and Saturday of each week, '
oomprialc* Ki.ht Pages In each Uane. nr Sixteen PafM
nach we k. and is the cheapest and mor* doeii&ble
Hume. Knn and Utenry Jow oal putliibed on the
Paeln: coa t.
Term.. Uu* Tear $t X
Beml-Weeklr I'nlon AdverUslng Kate*.
Half B<inare, 1 time U 0C
Bach additional time 6C
One Square. 1 time SOS .
boh additional time 1 60
WANTED, LOST AND rOUffD. 1
AdTorttaemeat! ot fire lines In this department are
mened for 35 c. ats for Obti time : thrso times for SO I
seate or 75 cents i ■ r week.
WANTED— A COOK. APPLY AT 714 FlF
tsenth street. o2itf
STOLEN- A DIRTY BOAS HORSE, <SV
weight 1,000 to 1,100; right hind j£sT"^
foot spotted; brand I 1 under mane, ri^ht/tT^ \
side of neck ; paces and trots. $25 reward fur in
formation leading to recovery of horde. Stolen
June Ist, or thereabaut. N. J. GEER,
024 El Dorado. Cal.
T OST-110 REWAdD. A GOLD AMETHYST
_Lj Ring, a Gold Ring with a Pearl setting, and a
Gold s>hoe with hair net iv. J. C. GLOVER, 1022
F.ishth street, Sacramento, Cal. 023-3t*
WANTED CONTRACT WOOD-CHOPPERS.
Apply to NATOIIA WATEK i MIMVJ
COMPANY, Folsom, C^ 021-lw
WANTED-MALE : FOUR RANCH HANDS,
S3O ; two Milkers, |30 ; Man to drive sand
team, $20 ; Woodcl.oppere, Si 75 ti s:j per aord.
Female : Woiwn and '.^irlH for Housework, $15 to
$20; two Wai w Girls for hotel. MASTERS ft
CO.'S Enj).loviiient Office, No. 1025 Eighth etnet,
near X o7 tf
w*nted7~
MALE: 3 MILKERS, WAGES, ?30 ; ALSO, fi
ranch hands, t-'> ■ 2 men tv milk and make
butter, 850 ; a barber to rent a shop ; 4 woodchop
pers; 3 waiters, >S0 t . $35 ; a man cook. Female;:
'2 women oooka, $25 ; also, 6 girls for houst>work, fib
to $20 ; 3 girls to wait and do charaberwork.
Apply to HOUSTON 4 CO.'S Employment Office,
Fourih and X streets, Sacramento. aulSlptf
TO LET 0B FOR SALE,
A.4T*irtftement« of fire Urea In this department are
tnaertea Coi 25 oents for one time ; threo ttinei for W
aenta or 72 oectfl p^r waeK
"CIOR BALE TH\T VERY DESIRABLK VI**v'
J 1 cottage of stvdn roomp, No. 1414 "tt!**|
Street. Lot, 40xlW feet. Appl) un premista.£!lL
oaMw*
TT^oR SALE \ GRAIN FASH OF 213 ACRES
_U SOacriain griia now; 50 acres more in sum
>, ler fallow. House and barn ; a little orchard and
'.ineyard. Price. $4,&00. Inquire of CAKL STKU
BEL, 321 J street. 024-3ul&9wlt"
T7IJK SALE-THE OLD AND WELL-KNOWN
Ml Dresimikin:; Pirljrs, No. 1014 Eighth Btreet.
between J and X ; has a nplendid run of cistom.
Also, a marble-top bedroom sot ; will be sold cheap.
Inquire on premise*. o*9 lw
TjlOR RENT — T.^E VACAXT BLACKSMITH
IT Shop formerly ocupied by R. N. Johnson,
Fifth street, between X and L. is now for rent at a
ow price. H. O MAY & CO., Fifih an>l K. 021-lw
SHKEP FOR SALE. IS LOTS TO <n
suit. FAIiMS and HOP LAND V, (fIRSH"
let ApplT t'i DX. CAPLES, T■.i t . »SMEf
miles eaat o( s iL'ramenta. 014-lm* msmm
T7IOR SALE — A BLACKSMITH ,ii
17 Shop in IT"! rurii,!!:^- .., . :
Good house, '-arns, etc., at »'ic!iiran,_^^ißS*v».
Bar, Sacramento county. Apph f;
W. A. BROWN, on the . remiuesi or by letter.
olOlm"
ORLEANS HOTK.L- FIRST-CLASS FL'R
ninlicd and unfurnished r<»>ms to lot to gentle
men or families by the day, week or month. 1018
Second street, between J and K. MRS. H. W. OGG,
Proprietregß. au!-t.
TO LEABE OR SELL.
TT^ROM :srft To I.eOO ACRES OF THE BEST
I Hop or Alfalfa Land in the county. Good
Hop Pole* for sile, at $2 per hundred (standin;) ;
railroad through the laud. See WILLIAM HICKS,
Ciwumnos ; or, T. L. ACOL'K, No. 904 Seventh,
Btreet, Sacramento. 020-lolm*
CONTRACT TO LET.
TO CUT 9,000 CORDS OF WHITE AND LIVE-
Oak Store Wood for the Sacramento market
Also to grub and elcar 640 acres of land and put it
in shape fur cultivation. For information apply f >
J. T. UARDWELL, Folsom. Sacramento county
021-10t
FOR SALE.
31 A A ACRES OF L».ND, LYING FIVE**,
• !_"" miles cast of Marvfville; 2,000 V*I(SP
acres thereof indos-'d and under cultivation, ■
the remainder growing up in young timber ; good
house barns, orchard? ,etc. The well has the finest
drinking water in the valiey. If not wanted for
farming, it is one cf the beet stock ranches in the
sounty, and will be Hold cheap euough to justify it*
use for mock only. Possession given September 1,
ISB2. For further information inquire of the t<acta
mtnto Bank, Sacramento. California. jy2B-lm
MONEY TO LOAN
ON REAL ESTATE, AT A LOW RATE OF IN
tiTwt, by PCTKR BOHL 8-26 J gtreet.aul7-tf
Friend % Terry
LUMBER
coasr'Ar-i's-.
ESTABLISHED ML
&UCAR PINE, REDWOOD, OatCON & TRUCKtE PINE,
■' At Wholesale and fcct&il, and
Vlanmfaetnred t» Order at the Hfll* of the
< iimpnnj.
Also Doors, Windows, BUnds, Shakes, Shingles,
Bolts and Ties.
MAIN YARD AND OFFICE,
No. 1310 Second Street, near M.
BRANCH YARD,
Coraer Twelfth A J Sts., Kacramento, Cal.
vil» 4p6m
/tttM£?9
WILCOX& WHITE ORO AX S
— AI WARSBOCHS <jT
■c. 8M J street,- Sacraaicnta
•sTSo'.d on ths tneUUraast plan. Orders for
TUnINQ nromptly attended to. »■;■.- I . . ■ ra
BLACK DIAMOND COAL
AND SCREENINGS.
f-fIHK ABOVE WELL KNOWN SUPF.fUOR
X JiOS TE DIABi O COAL, the most economical
that can be umd Irr steam. In for sale in lots to suit
at Black Diamond Landing, Centra Co«t« count;,
and at tbe omee ot the Company, southwwi coraer
of ?oi=oin aad Spnur streets, ban Fnuici-vo.
P. B. CORNWALL,
RALE BBOS. & 00.
WE ASK BUT LITTLE I
That is, a lair Comparison and Impartial
Judgment of alt our
MEN'S, YOUTHS' A^O B3YS'
SBBBBBBSBBaaBHBBC ■Ssi^lßSfcJfc^^^^ t M^Eit ' *^^?^^j£ J^^^^^^^^^C^^Sl '^Ti^^a^BS^^J^^ljHt '^V»* "" flh^L^JPS^sT ~^BSBSSsV
ft j'--tI^SEK; f^ V^s^S n BMKtfrjßßy B inffifEt^^^M
/ Kr4' ■%'^*^&S ill BsKn?fiS&^^^B t J&y&i^^^^M
I ft > ' '■^'^ ' ' WV^j> *; y\ jfv ■ a'3*siiSs^^^^^K Kv^rm^sSv^B
f W&'sV&yjH - | jjtrj^SW -f' 1 is^BMd^^s9 "'*- — <.^w
• ' ,*' 1 " 1^?- t_'JBK«vj'aßs»»m^ ' '-^""^tHj* JaqMsl - * ' '*^* "f!i^/^*^ :!^tfe3^^^^'?r*j^^^^M^j|^^^^^Hi^^^^^B^-^PB^BBB»^SJsssO
WE HAVE JliT ■■!■■■■■ A ■» PIMtD IX STOCK THE MsTUBnT A\l» < 11011 I>i
.^^«::i>lt.\l OF
MWB SACK km FROCK SUITS
TOAT WE MAVE EVES BKEX ABLK TO SnOlT. ALS9, A F! tL A%D (OHPLF.rE
LINK OF
Light and Heavy Overcoats I
THIT AXE SIIKE TO RE 4ITKEII HED If OXCE K\VlIJVtl>.
S3" It is usuless f.ir as to fJcecibe po<vl^, H our stock b consUti'ly ehm^** and
NEW GOODS ARRIVING- ALMOST OAILY. We h^vo be€a w,ii and fav.rihly
known to certain ClotV-ing Mnnufacturara of Philadelpbii, for the .ts^mi of our being
a GOOD CASH CUSTOMER f>»r the last twenty years, who tpoog* shrink and
refinish all their gro-is by the celebrated English prvceas befop idcy tie made up.
This M&Dufacturip.' Corepaoy has control of this proco-s in the United 3;»'e-», and by
reason of their ]k<£ experience and tact to employ superior motkmm r.rndersi their
CLOTHING, &•> ro s arrls siyle and fit, the naarest t« ootVMn made thin any with
whioh wo «re acquainted, -.nd U th« true reason why OLOFHIKQ purchased at our
store re:r.in« it* bji;iB ao w.-il »nd gives such excellent Mrthftntinll
In order to give the public some idea what; this process is, we insert
the following Cut with explanations :
f,
First, the cloth is ro'led od R tiler A, which is the sponeer aid s'.rinker ; then it is
passed between Roller B, whbh Binooths the gooJs. It b thea Da^aed between X -.llera
O, which prwssß a?>d refiiishes, when it is parsed under U )iier I), wMch is the cooler ;
then on between H >llen E, which mea<ures the clo*h. Hero it is examined by th 9
careful eye of one of experience, that no flaw may escape his BOtkut, that every garment
may bs perfect. Fis the steamer.
j MOSTLY ALL OUR
Youths' and Boys' Clothing
''«»« from the name manufacturer, and mm have In slock full lines of all
kinds of
SUITS & OVEROOATS
|
We cannot refrain In this advertUement to tpeak a few word* about oar
HATB AND GAPS !
•' ' '■-"■ y***^^^y
It ha 3 been difficult lately for us to keep a full line of
HATS AND CAPS, owing to the extra large trade
in this line of goods ; but we hope that with the
large and fine assortment we are receiving, we will
in the future be able to suit all in Quality, Shape and
Price. We have in stock a full line of J. B. STET
SON'S best make of SOFT AND STIFF HATS, in
. the latest styles.
.-r-roiM-jii oaai ::- Ki::mr phomft attextiox and filled bati«-
FAtTOJBI', OK MOXEI UEFI XDED.

HALE BROS & 00.,
829, 831, 833, 835 X street,
AND—
■nro NINTH STREET, SACRAMENTO.
SACRAMENTO, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1882.
IDSOELLApOaS.
Palmer & Sepulveda,
DRUGGISTS,
Northeast Corner Necond and X streets, Sacramento.
Special attention given to Compounding Prescriptions— ac-,j^|
curacy and absolute purity guaranteed. |§[
SCHOOL BOOKS!
BOI.D AT LOWEST PRICES BY
Q_ jjjTATiQN ER S & PR I NTERS*|I —
ENVELOPES (all sizes), a very large supply ;
WRITING PAPERS-the bast in the market;
BALL PROGRAMMES and MEWU CARDS;
PRINTERS' SUPPLIES, of all kinds ;
Choice line of VISITING CARDS
Printing in All its Branches!
Nos. 208-210 J street, : • : : Sacramento
mM-iptl
W. P. COL EM A N ! ,
Real Estate Salesroom,
No. 325 J street, Sacramento, Oal.
ALL KIXDS OF CH7 AND CuIATHY PBOPEfeTI
3P03G5 SJBLX.KI u9a,3ff3D TO X«Xin?.
REAL ESTATE SULII OST I\STALL>IK\T PLAX. | MONEY CO LOAX I\ SIMS TO SIIT
ml7-li»ly
r.i;.!>Tii(i\mriii,ii's m » m g.^u ***. i LirrsT improved
ss^sssr^^s BOXES ! M A ° tv" E " V
and Made to Order. !»««» W /\:*-t W j B OX PKI.NTI.fO.
CAPITAL BOX FACTORY CORNER SECOND AND Q STREETS
I»f rot ; J St.. bet. Front and Second (next door to W. R. Strong & to.) HiC^OLS&CO »17 lptiia
Sacramento, July 11, 188?.
I take pleasure in recommending to my
friends and the public generally, ''HAMMER'S
CASiARA £AGKi»A BITTERS." They have
been of gfreat benvfit to me.
J. R.HE4TH, Je W e!er, B*>o J st., S«^ramento.
SAN FRANCISCO CAEDS^
SAN FRANCISCO
Business Directory
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
Krorce A. OnvN «* Co — Maoufacturers' Agents,
327 and 329 Market street.
Baker A Hamilton— lmporters of Acncultnra!
ImalemcnU and Haniware ; Ajrents ot the Bcnlcia
Aiii*l Works. Junction Market, Pine and Davis sta.
ARTISTS.
Honseworth— Opt'cian and PhotograDher, No. 12
Montgomery street Established in 1851.
BELTING, HOSE, ETC.
•1. N. Cook — Manufacturer of Leather Beltimr,
Hose, Lacing, Bullion Bmts, etc., Bouthwest corner
Market and Fremont street*
BUSINESS COLLEGES.
tHetfle Business College and Telegraphic
Institute— <life Scholarship, for full Buetnoss
Course, $70). W. E. ChamberUin, Jr., and T. A.
Kobiuson, Proprietors, No. 320 fost street, oppo.
site Union Square, S. F., Cal. Bend tor Circulars,
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
Stsdebaker Kros. Manufacturing Co.—Re
pository, SI Market street. A. 11. 1.-ham, Man&frer.
CARPETS, OILCLOTHS, ETC.
Fr»sk *l. Edward*— lmrortor and Duller, No.
820 Market street (Phelau'g Block). San Francisco.
DRUGS, CHEMICALS.
* >stln tales.— Pioneer Druggist, removed to 722
Montgomery st., S. F. Country orders solicited.
EDUCATIONAL.
Keh«w»l «f CItII Enrln'erlng. Hnr>ev|r:v
Drawing and Assaying, ii Post st. A. Van der Naillen
HATS.
C. Hemuano A Co.— Manufacturers and Ira
porUrs. So. 3^6 Keamy it. , near Pine. The finest
hats at the lewest prices. Factory : 17 Belden st
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, ETC.
Havrley Br<>» ' Hardware Co.— lmporters of
Hardware ami Afrricuiturai Implements, Sob SOl
8".'3, 806, SO7 and 309 Market street, San Francisco.
Carolan, Cory A Co.— lmporters of Hardware,
Iron and Steel. Agents for the Pittehurir Steel
Wurfcs, N< rthwentcrn Uorrw Nail Company, and
Sout'iirirton Cutlery Co. Nos. 120 and 122 Front
street, aud Nos. 117 and 119 California street
RESTAURANTS.
SirEtn'« fnn.llr Baberr and Dlslitt
Si'oon— No. 636 Markot street. Wet'dinir nker,
ice cream, oystera, jellien, etc, constantly on hand,
rsmillea supplied.
RUBBER AND OIL GOODS.
The Cotta Percba and Rubber Hanßfact.
nrinß Company— Manufacturers of Rubber Goods
of every licscnption. Patentees of tho celebratwi
■ Maltese O«ss Brand" Carbolized Ilose. Corner
First and ifarket streets. J. W. Taylor, Manager.
STATIONERS, PRINTERS, £TO,
H« S. Crocker A Co.— lmporting and Manufact
uring Stationers, PrinUrs and Lithographers, Noa.
115, £17 and 218 Bush street, above Sanaome.
SACRAMENTO REOORD-UNiON.
San Francliteo Offlee, No. 8 >«■» Montsom>
cry stro«t (Pilace Hotel). — J. E. Sarpo, A^cnt.
JOHNT.STOLL,
No. 610 X street, S&cramento, Cal ,
_ J^ Manufacturer of
V5P\ >4 all kinds of SAD
*»-'V. /iif- DLES, HARNESS,
fIH ' COLLARS, SAD
[f^^i^J^-: M I>LETREES, etc.
f'ff' ! — ' j^-, °y^" ' see^A Importer and
'^i T| iiii: ' ac ™*'iiuhtv of SAD
' ffi "llri I »L*RY HARD
f£'J " WARE, WHIPS,
ij ROBES, BLANK-
W !^; ? ITS, BRCBHUS,
JW ff*^/ i etc. Mv goods art
t^^'J-J I guaranteed to be
j^ft, * ' ?**^ »a represented.
*:U^^>-' : 7 direct Lrmms:
W0 J. T. STOLL,
\^l7 BOX 64,
\'. Sacramento.
V SllplH)
FSTTITB, SEEDS ASP PRODUCE,
D. DEBF^NARD! & CO.
General Commission Mercnauts,
AND
WHOLESALE AMD KETAIt DEALERS
Tropical, Califomian and Oregcn
FRUIT AND NUTS;
Bolter, X.ess Ponltir. fant, Huucy.
VEGETABLES. FISH, OYSTERS, ETC.
er Country orders promptly attended to. Tg
Jfos. iiCB and 310 X street, flseratnea ».
S2Btptf
(Establteked 18S».>
njoiss j. orhoort. mure tui IB
GREGORY & CO.
(Successors to J. Gregory),
COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND WBOLEKj LB
Dealers iv PRODUCE AND FRUIT.
I»p», m and It* J stre«t
821-lptt _ Sacramento, Cal.
». noon*. i. oissoa.
8. GERSON & CO.,
GEfESAL COMMISSION MEUCHANTS, AH 3
Dealers In
Imported u4 hoiuUt Frail*. Ve«eU
ble*. .\u(», ?ir.
■>o. S2O J street, between Second nd Third, Bacn
"■'"to. f;.ia
WILLIAM M. LYON,
(Successor to LTOX & BARXtS),
COMMISSION MERtHAM
AND WHOLESALE DKALRR IX
3E»XCOX»-CTCfIEI,
NO3 117, 119 AND 123 J STKEET.
ojU-lptf
FRUIT DEALERS,
iTTAVINa BP^OVKD TO MURE COMMODIOTJB
II premises, we fcave enlarged our stock. We
offer you cho c Apples, free from worms, I^emnns,
Lur.es, Orsiiiies, Dried Fruita, Nuta, Dates, Canned
Goods, etc., aHery low prices.
_ M. T. SKEWER & CO.,
1006 to 1010 Second rtreet, between J and X, Saara.
EXMrto. ■
W. R, STRUNG & COa,
WliolBgalfl Commission Merchants
ABB PIALMI OT 4LL I'SBS 01
CAIIFOBKLsV (iKEEX A > a lk&l£U FICIT*
KTJTS, HONEY, SEED
Acd Ceaeral Icrrhnndlie.
«sF All orders promptly attended »o. Address!
W. R. STRONG & CO.,
auS-lplm Not. S, 8 and 10 J street, Sacramento.
G. GRIFFITHS,
PENRYN
URiBITEWOEKS
t'EVKYV, ( U.
rjinE BEST VARIETY ANI
— —- M. Largest Quarries on the
Vfej — j;Pacißc Coast. Polished Granite
Monuments, lOmbstones and Tablets made to order.
TS?."}}* *» lld 'ne Slone Cut, Dressed
aad PulUhed to,or«ler. oXI-lr«<r
STAR MILLS AND MALT HOUSE,
M.t ICOMH. A LA«eS,
T^OS. £0. 52 AND S4 FIFTH ST., SACRAMENTO,
X^l dealers in Produce and Brewers" Supplies Man
ufacturers of Malt and all kinds of Meals Oatmeal,
ComroeaJ, Cracked Wheat, Graham Flour Buck
whwil Fluur. etc. New Grain Bags for sale Ayenta
or Buckeye Mills Flonr. Mar>»rllle. aoUlp
The tnb«T:>«r duim lo all th» atustfeo of U>vm aMken.
of :j» > alley rasss i OT d^im uio^mbiy p^i priming.
Ht wUI nxlculn Uu nninaM irjm.jllon k ]o O| [ >uacb«! („ tha
H. A. WEAVER, fc: J St.. Saoaartu.. CaL
08-iplm
MISCELLANEOUS.
5ilAC|SB|
fW|e THEGREAT
Neuralgic, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Svjell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, Genera/ Bodily
Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frostec
Feet end Ears, and all other
Pains and nones.
No Preparation on earth equal* St. Jacobs Ol
v a nnfe, sure, aiwple and cheap Externa.
Remedy. A trial entaila but the comparative 1 *
trifling cutlaw of 50 I nits, and every on« Bufferir \
with pain can have cheap and positive proof of iv
claims.
Directions in Eleven lAnffuagts
-601.2 BY ALL DRUGGISTS AKD DEALERS
IS MEDICINE.
A. VOGELER & CO.,
Hallimore. Md.. XT. 8. *_
HomsAffii EESTAir&Airrr.
st7~david's,
A FIIHT- CLASS LODGING - lIOUSF, CON
±\ Was US rooms; 715 Howard street, near
Third, San Franci-wo. 'I his house is especially de
signed as a c imfortable home he ladies and ffentle
roen visiting tiie city from the interior. Ko dark
rooms. Gm and nmabx water in each room. The
floors are covered with 1) *Jy tJrussels crpft, and all
the furnituro is nmde ol soli.i back walaut. Each
bed ha 3 a sprinir BattrcM, with an arlditinnal hair
top mattrcs?, mukm ■; them the ni .st luxurious and
heal'hy beds in the world. Lailien wishing to cuf k
for themselves or hmfliei are al.owed the free use of
a lar^'e puhlic kitchen and dinint'-rooni. Servant*
keep up a fir<! from Cam to 7r. M. Hot and cold
baths ; a larye parlirand reaainn room, containing
a Grand l'iino--all free to (ruest«. Price, sin^lo
rooms pf r ui^lit, 50 c*>nt« ; iier week, from S2 up
wards. II )use o|x;n all night
B. HITGHFS, Proprietor.
At Market-street Ferry, take Onmihuj line o
street cars U> corner of Third md Howard
ol MWFtt
HOTEL. LAPiGKAM.
I^OENEIt FOUaTH AND v STREETi, APKA
Djcjto — strictly lirgt-cUfea, t-n the lOoro'^^ian ;.!aji.
T. I>. Scriver's Carriages will Uke all passengers free
of charge from Depot to Goto..
Sl4plm' TERRY ft CO. , Mar.-gerg.
UN SON HOTEL
SKCOSIJ AND X BIBBOS, SACRA¥£.-nT>,
Csl. Rooms, 50 cer.ts an>l Jl per dz.y. Spscui 1
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PACIFIC SLOPE.
Battle Between Sonora Customs Officers
and Supposed Smugglers — Thunder,
Lightning aad Rain— Firemen* Tonr
namen:—The Political Campaign— A
Bicentennial Celebration at Lok An
gtles- Probable Murder or a Young
Orcgonlan— Precautions at the Nevada
Count) Jail— Etc.
[WBClii, DIBPATCUB) TO THB aBCORD-DKIOK.]
CALIFORNIA.
c r Tbe Pl>l "'e«» Pot.
t-AN tßAjicisco. October 24. h —The Col
ored Citizens' Calif, rnia State Uticn Nomi
na.irg Convention met at headquarters to
?J' . '.i c ? mn i uni ''»lions were received from
the following candidates : Democrats— XT S
Rosecrans, H. I. Willey acdW T Welcker
rUpublicans— S. D. Waterman, F. W. Gross
»cd VV. A. Divies. The Cocveation then
luc^orsea for Altcniey-Genera!, E. C. Mar
shall ; Surveyor-General, H. I. Willey ; Su
perintendent of Public Instruction, S. D.
Wattrman ; Clerk of Supreme Court, h'l w'
Gross ; and E. M. Kosa for Aesuciate Justice
of the Supreme Court. The Convention then
idjournsd until to-morrow evening.
San Fbakcisco, October 24th.— The Green
back County Convention made the following
nominations to-night : Supervisors— Sixth
Ward, A. O. Thulin ; Ninth, J. M. Rowland •
Tenth, D. McCarthy ; Fourth, H. Mathern.
School Directors— Thomae Arper, J. E. Ball,
Edward Dtmert, P. J. Flood, Charles Moore
D. F<.lley, Paul Da Jarley, J. T. Pcrgu»y,
John Lynch, A. O. Brookfield, Adolph Jun
r.essee. J. N. Parker. City and County Sur
veyor, lv. M. K-jach. Th& Convention then
■ i ; ■ r.r. i : nine die.
Merchi, October 24th.— Newton Booth
asd J. F. rtwit't are addrtasing the people of
this town to-night.
Sonoma, October 24th.— A Damrcratic
rr.e-tiiig was held here last night, »r,d ad-
Hresscß wt? made by Hon. John S. Eaoe and
Hon. J. P. Irish.
San Buenaventura, October 24'.h- (ireat
p_reparali.;us sre beiL^ made to receive Heary
Bdgtrtaa on Friday evoniog, and his meet
lag will be au iiatncnss one fir so small a
county.
San Bebxardino, October 24tb.— Ex Gov
ernor Irwjn and E. O. Msrshuil spoke here
last nfght in Jackson's Hall.
Nlvada, October 24;b.— Hon. M. M. Estte
and Hon. W. W. Morrow tdlres^fd a Re
publican meeting ht-ie tbU evcnirif. A
-p.cial train i rjught hundrel» of pe'piefron'
GrasH Valley. Botfires were kindled, and
two ;:;■*■. bands furnished imsie.
CHIC0 v October 24 ,h.— Senator FarUy and
Char!e> Sumnpr are add:e«!>iaf; tho citizens
here tr>-nv»hr. F«rley is veiy hosisa v. ith a
Had cilri, »nd bU ttforts in the campaign ate
abuut to c'.ose.
Columbia, October 24ih.— Fallon's H--H
»;» crowded to-cight to htar H.>n.' A. i.
Pjrs and George A. Knight speak. Msny
Udies wtre present. B >th geaUMßm t] oke
well, and were listened to wi;h much atten
tion. The m-eting wos quito eulUuaiasiic,
and gave general satisfaction.
PiTALUMA, October 24th.— A RepublicMr,
meeting is iv progte s at the Pttaluma The
ater. The speakers are Aly Burnett and D. C.
Alien, candi'i-i-ca f:»r the Legislature ; J. L.
Diowiddio, Sbe.'iff of Sonoma C: uoty, candi
.'late for rc-trlection for the fourth time, and
D. C. Allen, candidate for DUtrint Attorney.
The Republicans here are enthusiastic and
sanguine.
The Weather.
San Buenaventura, October 24 h. — A
heavy thunder-storm passed over ln're this
aiornirg ai'ou'. 9 o'clock, accompanied with
torrents cf rain. The electrical duturbance
did not clear the atm.ifpher>\ however, and
heavy clouds and a southerly wind icdicaUa
a heavy rain to-night,
Los Angeles, October 24;h. —It com
menced to rain about nwn to day, accom
panied by thuiider ard li^htnittr. Light
Bhowcr 1 ? coclinued to fall uatil about 4 p M.
It ii Etill cloudy, with pro-pecU of more lain.
Meeced, O :toSer 24 h —The weathf r for
the past we(k haa been Very warm, cleir and
npring-Hke. Thb morniijt', jitt nt dajlieht,
thero was a light shower of rain, after wLich
.1 breczj spraig np, ll c clouds cleared [way
and ti;e tun ahoue forth again. A youtg
prowth of gr»33 cov?rs the p!»ine, and the
farmers srs in good e^irits as they Bptc-d the
plows.
Bicentennial Celebration at I.>» AnEeles.
Los Angeles, October 24;h.— The Penn
sylvacii bicentennial was celebrated by the
Pennsylvania residents here to-day by a
basket picnic to Sycamore grov?. About 200
persons were present, mest of them Pennsyl
vania born. Amor.g these was a ajn rf Dr.
Isasc T. Coatee, a direct descendant cf Win.
Perm on the maternal side. The exercises
consisted of an oration by Dr. Coates, on the
Bfa and character of the illustrious founder of
the Keystone State, and a poem by Colonel
Walter Mooie. The gathering was in the
nature of a family reunion, and was thorough
ly enjoyed by all present.
A Dead Pioneer.
San Jose, October 24 th.— This afternoon
the remains of Daniel Murphy, of this city,
arrived by special train from Halleck, Nev.,
Mr. Murphy having died at that placa Uet
Sunday marring. pec«a?ed wu one of the
pioneers of California, haviccr arriied in this
State in 1544. He was a native ol Quebec.
Canada, and at the time of his death was 66
years old. He owned about 200, 00 acres cf
land in Nevad* when he d-ed, and 6 000,000
acres in the State of Durango, M^x:co, and
largo tracts ia Arizona, and was at the time
cf hi* death the largest laudowter in the
world.
Firemen's Tournament,
Hollisteb, October 24th.— The third an
nual district fireman's tournameut took place
here yesterday and to-day. The ry.ers were
for volunteer hose and hook and lander com
panies. Teams wore entered frotn Santa
Clara, Sftnta Cruz, Monterey and 3. n Becito
counties. The next tournament • iil take
plncn at Giirny, Santa Clara county, on the
2'l of May, 1883, under the auapio. s of the
C»ltforniA State Vhtn ea's Associati on .
In Close innlinriiKiii.
Nevada Cut, Ootobtr 24;h.— Thi> utmost
ciulioa is being exercised to prcven the pos
sibility of Duniey and Patterson escaping
from the jail here. Steve Venard, the vete
ran officer, has been engaged to g iard the
j^ii at night, and to-day both the- jrisoners
were fitted with Oregon bootlegs— a heavy
metallic appliance which fits around the leg.
The men ara kept closely con6oed in boiler
iron cells.
Contract Awarded.
San Rafael, October 24th.— Tiis contract
for graiing and tunneling on six nUJes ani a
half of Railroad batween San Rjf.mJ to Point
Tiburon ha» been let to M. MacO. naW, of
Alaraet?^. ' The work will be comt«t need at
once, and it ii to bo completed by S.ivembar
1, ISS3. Tbin in an extension if the San
FraneUco and North Paci6n Riilroir', better
known as tbe Donahue road.
Bby l.itilU Bnrt- Death In a -::lii.>n.
Rockli.i, Oelob?r 24th. — Suaday r.f ernoon
the eldest son cf M:a. Mulloon, i,f this plac,
aged about S yearc, waß trying to jump up^n
the switch engine while in motion. He
stumbled and was run over, the engine crush
ing hiu left arm, injuring his skull and other
wise bruißiog his body b»dly. Very little
hopes are entertained of tho little fellow's
rec^viry.
A man by the name of Cody, a native of
lr-:_' >n<l and a qnarryman by occupation, wh >
had be6n drinking heavily of late, lay down
by the stove in the saloon of Mr. Cassley, as
was snpposed, to sleep. After lying there a
couple of hours they tried to arouse hire, but
found that he wan dead. Ha wai unmarried,
aud tge i about 40 years.
Murdered with a Jockltnire.
Livermobe, October 24th.— John McDer
mctt and Edward Skehiil, farm laboiers, en
gaged in a drunken quarrel in » saloon here
yesterday afternoon, which Skehiil
was Rtabbed with a jackknife in the hi art,
and instantly .killed. McDarmott was ar
rested.
IBBHUi
Offensive Personalities WlOttfrnwa.
Tccsos, October 24 'h.— The following card
from Ben. Morpan to W. B. Horton appears
in the Slur this moraine :
, Tccsos, October 23, 18¥2.
V> B. Horton— Sir : I appreciate very highly the
manly manner in which you have treated the per
sonal portion of the pamphlet published by me re
ferring to yon. I know it wag harsh, perhaps more
s<> than I Wig warranted, and the more I reflect
upon it and consult my own feelings, the more I am
convinced that I was wrong iv the personalities. I
therefore, in forth* to myeelf as well as to you, with
draw tho« portions, acd authorize you to so publicly
state. This may be by some misconstrued/but mv
sense of honor prompts it as a voluntary act. Yours
ctc -. BEN. MORGAN.
Mr. Horton is tha Democratic candidate I
for Superintendent of Public Schools of Ari- j
VOLBHfc, XVI-XVMBEIt t«.
zm». Moncan'B pamphlet attacking h:m
c> and the cuntroveisy. which was generally
: c leved weuld end in bloodshed, and caused
c n-i.lerable incitement.
-WNinki 11 for Smugglers and Fired Ipcn.
Tombstone, Ojtr.ber 24 h— ThomasEwicg,
» rtesstuger in the en: ploy of the Sant»
Heiena Mining Compaiy, cf Las Dciocioi.
Socora, arrived here to-d.>y, bringing tidings
of a h-.irhrandth escape with hi-t life while
encamped on the Snnora river. Mr. Ening
said that home parsies, m-karwn to him-seif
and party, in the dark atten p'ed to run off
l«s st( ck, acil a battle ertued ir. cocßtquence,
in which one i:;an nanied Klai »ga"> «w»
killed, twu taken pri.s;nr j , nr.A Mr. Ewing
escaped. Mr. EwiLg ascerlainod later that
the ageailanti) were Cnstom-bnt te officers, and
that they were placed nr.der srrcst at Arisne,
tut were snbscquently re'tafcd. Another
gentleman has since arrive J, who states that
the Castom-houae r fficers w^rc siding along
the mf in road lookioß for smugclere, aud eee
iuk a fire near the rut. J, r»(ie forward to io>
vestigate. They were received with a volley,
which they returned, killing one man. An
other dropped bin pistol at tba commence
ment of the fray and ran frr dear life, aud
two others were captured and taken to Arispe.
To.) marls sUted that they euppcted they
were dealing with smugglers, &ud did not fire
un'.il fired upoD.
SlKU'hln. In ■•■••••;..
Tccson. October 24th.— Private advices
frt.rn S >nora state that there is mneb tin
easinefH felt over the condition of aS»irs
there, and that there will be a bloody crieis
to tha ruxortd rbvoluti<iD. It i? not averted,
but there i« great anxiety amimf; ail cbuses.
«ECWNI.
Fuppooed Hurdrr.
Poriland, October 24!,i\— Twj weeks ago
T.ifu.u . It»y, a youcg man living near Sjio,
Linn county, toi k a gun and started tut to
huci for some sheep which had diHaupeartd,
He ha^ cot been «t-en sicce, sc J ie is supposed
was drowsed. YcSlertiny hU wcs found,
and thsre are strong btdnfttiocs that be hjd
bten murdered. His hat w»b discovered with
font -iioihultH in the crown, tat co traceti of
the body.
FOREIGN NEWS.
isnrciAL nmrAicims totur axooiu> union. ]
The Maullit t'aiu«t>oiibr.
MiDBIU, October 24 h. — An official dis
patch from Mmilv, dated tbi i'lst, Htates
that the typhoon destroyed all rha wooden
and thstched hooaea, nLd carried away tho
iron and tiled roof-^of otbfcn. Sixty thou
sand families aro "melon. The barracks.
botpitßli, GoTraoawst i ffioe= and factories
were ifaibiyed, Tljo lo>a • f life, however,
was relatively mulL Mvlaeanaad Boulacan
wan also dr va-tiU.i. Ccinmuair.vtion is in
terrupted botwtcii M^cila at,d the town* on
tbe bland cf Luzan.
'••>• ii.ti- .if Hi*- li.-;iMi Vnrlrmnri :.
London, October 2A:h. -Pi«;J4irier.t itus
seoibldil to-day. Prtviuin to the asEembliofr
•if :he HatM of Crsimur.p, '.to aiivr.tccd
I>i h members hfld a nutetin^. They were
chiefly cccupi-jd in arranging peti'ions refer
ring to the hDprUonj&ent ni E. Divyer Gr»y.
L.rd Ifayci l 3 >w;on, of Dublin, has 100 pe
titions to present . .. . . Hcuse.
Losdos, Octjbsr 24. ! i. — Li the Hocse of
Conrmoci today Lord JUcdeipb CLurcbil],
Co Km ive, ci '. -■ ■eu that* ibe ;■:■ nt
sitting was irre.ul^r. After the appropria
tion '.ill had received royal swuei.t, he moved
to ac'putn the Htuse, in order to prutrit
fti:.-iin.,i the autumn session. He unJe . r . long
historical review, ai>d pointed •_ ut, amid load
cheers, from the Tone*, that the llcuse of
Con. id ■■us had ever lnea Jlnlinn aj;aicst mo
narciiial it mhtowM tyr»noy. Gla<Utoue
said he waa gbd to ccc Lvr«i Churchill ai.d
ihe Hvuas again. Xc eantesded that the
prtcidents qi:o!ed by Ccnrchul were inop
plicable. Tee House, l:n p-.id, h»d full power
to take it-? pieiea- ci.urse. Clmrchill bad
email knowledge of Parliament if he thought
the G verniuect v.oald be up=e- by a vote of
wacit of ciinfideEcj ■ n tho > pprcpsiatfoo bill.
Linl Granvilie gave uotiee that he would
on Taura lay r.ext movo a vote of thacks to
the commanded". cttie : rn ami meu of the
British army in Egypt: He would then pro
pose that the Ho:u& ariji utn uo'.il November
10U).
The H.:n?e divide J on tho motion of Lord
Randulph Ciiurchili, an<l it. w:>s defeated —
209 to 142.
The HoDBe then adjourned vi.til Thursday,
when Sslis'uiuy will a^k a qptstisD regarding
the Ej,'vj> ian policy of tho <1 .vei . ment, ufrer
a vote of tbausto the army hoe teen passed.
Severe Storm (■ : ii.i.iuii.
London, OcV.bar 24.'.. — A destructive
hurricane is raging in thin city. The damage
w already very great.
LohDOJT, October 24'b.— The wind and
gleet storm which vitite.l London early this
morning is still rufci'icr. and pnogfrJiepatches
report t now and hail-etorraa in various pait3
ol K-.^l uul. In several lucalitifx the rivers
have overflowed their baDkn. Telegraphic
'MiinLi.Lir it: ii is h *rinu,v interfered with
that no estimate of the damage can yet tw
given.
Losdos, October 245ti.— Th". Rale to-day
did a VA»t amount of damago t!iri>u_>hcnt the
country. Many districts were flooded, and
shipping alunK the coast suffered severely. A
steamer was sunk in tte Channel by a col
lision, and nine persons drowned. At Sheer
ceee the gale has tiat been ei|ui»led in thirty
years.
Brporl ii) .1 Ihe IV ■uiiint of Ar»bl I*
lo be Abaadonrd.
Alexandria, October 21tb.— It is unof
ficially reported thit the Egyptian Govern
ment is about to abandon tbe prosecution of
Arabi l'a.»Sn. It is charged thot this action
ia doe to the expressed wishes if the author
itias at CoLstantinople.
An Editor Am •<•■-!.
Bklgbade, October 24th— The editor of a
Socialist paper lihs been arrested in connec
tion wiih the attempted assassination of the
King.
An Cfliclal ltcnt»>
Cairo, October 24th.— The Egyptian Gov
ernment officially denies that the False Prophet
had any chare in tho defeat cf the Egyptian
tronps during the late war. Ti. amln ri:i ■■-
attribute the result to other MMM,
liln. «« of (he Bet of luiili.
Tunis, October 24th.— The Be> of Tunis ia
very ill, and there ia little hope of his recov
ery.
Strike of Collier* Averted.
London, Octoher 24'b.— The coal mine
owners of West Lancashire hnvci advanced
miners' wages 10 per cent. This action prac
ticaliy enda the dispute in Lancashire. Tho
coal mine owners of South Yorkshire offer
the colliers 5 per cent to avert a strikr.
The Kins as<l Queen or Fervla.
Bflgbadb, October 24th.— The King and
Q leen attended ret vici 3 at !he Cathedral to
day. The ciry was illumintted to-night.
Some person* have b:cn arr.stal oc ?n»p:cion
of complicity in the r.UsGi;.tß on the King's
lite.
Thr R'i«»la-i Lumber > rd Fires.
St. PsTtESBGEii, 00-.vb.r24,>.- The firea
in the lumber jards «!.■:.; ♦. c i"ver bark
b»rf been '■Ttinffufuhnrt, wlh ft'er, i f 200, T00
icublei". The iiroperty wj 1 i ■"■nrfd for
one-half that a>n)iijf.iu Piiud ■ I E >|(Bah
compatiie<>.
Arnbi'ft Corre«i>ondcn<e >•• in ■).
Cairo, October 24th.— Arabi Paeba's cor
respondence for the last two years was Beized
this morning, and deposited with Sir Edward
Malet, the British Cousu'-Gcnera!. It in
cludes a V'-lun.ii.' ■•,) i r-, rr- 1 !■■■!. .l-.ift with
Constantinople and the Minintry, and the se
cret sittiegs of the Baronde '.' ii,.. 1 1.
The i HpKal or kordofan lW,tt r ,4.
Cairo, Octtiber 24th.— It ia stated that El
O'oeid, the capital of X rlifan, han been be*
sieged for forty dsy.-. Its capture is proba
ble. An attack on Khartoum will follow.
«.u!i«j >.' Body-<tDßlrhine.
E])i>ni'BfiH, October 24th.— Sontar. whose
trial for stealing tbe body of the Earl of
Crawford and Bjlcire-, began yesterday,
was found guilty and sentenced to fire years
o" penal servitude.
Earthquake Skwrki.
St. Thomas, October 17-.h.— Two sharp
shocks cf earthquake were felt at 4 o'clock oa
the afternoon ot the 13th.
Cape Hayti, October Otb.— Three slight
shocks of eartlquihi huv<a occurred here
during the pa3t week.
Antigua, October 'Jth.— At 5 o'clock on
the morning of the Bih a sharp e»rtbquako
shock was felt here.
Schooner Kn>.k by a Bteaater. .
Pasama, October 24th. — The ChHeaa
scbooEPr Berta was funk at San Viccntr. by
the British steamer (.'r.ii .o, end several lives
were lest.
Drain or a Poet.
Vienna, OctoWr 24th. — Janes Arsty, tbe
celebrated Hungarian poet, is dead.
tS" The Diamond D>es always do mnre
than they clam. to do. Co!or over that otd
dreee, It will look like sew. Only 10 centa>

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