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SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
DAILY BXIOR BEKUK-VOL. IVIII. -SO. tM9.
Bllll' SK«*» MKKI£S-VOL.Utl.— »«. «53.
THE DAILY RECORD-UNION.
Entered at the Post Office ai Saczaiccnlo is second ciau natter
PUBLISHED BT TUB
Sacramento Publishing Company.
WM. B. HILLH. General Haaacer.
ff»fcilfi t ton Office, Third St., bet. * and K.
THE BA ILI KUOKD-mU
IspsblUhed ersrj daj at the week, Soudan exoepM.
for oneretw ••••••...•••■•••• 96 00
7oraU monthl. 3 SO
Jorthrw month* I 00
Raburlben terred by Carrlen M mmx
Cist- per week. In all Interior dttea and towna the
paper can be had of the principal Periodical Dealere.
Kt.-< oiut and Agents.
Advertliilßx Rateilm Dally Bceord-Cattoa.
One Square, 1 time fl 00
Oneßquaie, a times. 1 IS
Onebqiuxe. 3 time*. , I SO
bch additional time. 10
lWeek. I Weeks. 1 Month
Half Btmto, lrt pane $3 50 $3 50 $8 00
K«if Sjuare, Sdpage S SO 6 00 800
Hal; Square, 3d page J 00 4 60 (00
Half Square. 4th page 100 8 00 4 00
Ono B>:n_re, lrt page. 3 SO i 00 TOO
One Sqrju*. 2d page 5 00 7 00 10 00
One Square, 3d pogo 4 «0 6 00 8 00
One Square, 4th page 300 40" 600
Star Xotice*. to fo'low reading matter, twenty-fire
oenti a Lr.t for facet insertion.
AirertCatoMnta of Situations Wanted, House* to Let,
Bocfdtj M -.-tinL-8, etc., of nvß likes ob lim, will be
tnxrtedin the Daily Uicohd-Ukicn as follow*:
Otetiir*; »cmts
rnr^ft tLcjea B0 cent*
On" »•>-* 7Bcent-.
fi»»en » ( t«« to constitute a line.
THE VUXKLT .MOM
(Pablißhed In ■eml-weeklj parts]
U imotA oc Wednesday and Saturday of «ach week,
c'.n.;^;. i r \. !.; Pages in each issue, er&ixteen PagM
Men we k. «.u ! ia the cheapest and mngt tWsiia>iV
Home, >".'a p s and Literary Journal puuli&hed on th.i
PklHc coa a
Terms. Out Year $4 SO
Semi-Werkly Union AdTertlslng Bates.
Half Sqnaro, 1 time tl 0C
Kaon additional time X
Oneßquar-, 1 time 1 00
Kachadrtitiunaitime 1 00
WAFTED, LOST AND FOUND.
AdrertifemeDU nf nre llnu in this department are
DscrUxl for SS c uta for 0119 tunu ; three time* for CO
not) or 75 centu per week.
SITUATION WANTED— BY AN EXPERIENCED
lwly aa NURSE. Can Eive btst of references.
Appiy at 1119 Tenth street, between X and L ; or at
the Qransers' Store, Tenth and X streets o2f-lw*
T^3TR*Y-A BLACK PI3, WEIGIIING __T_M.
1 j about 100 pounds, found running at-jfcjß**
l.ir.-.-, was taken up on the 15th instant, tV ■JaY»,
in this city The owner ran have the fame by
calling at MRS. DAWSON'S, O street, bttaeen Ninth
and Tenth, proving property and paying charges.
025-St
STOLEN- A DI .TV IISAN HOKSE.tTV
weiaht 1,000 to 1,100; ritrht liißdjiSTV
foot spotted ; brand P under mane, riiht/*"C /\
side of neck ; paoes and troh. $25 reward (ur in
formation leading to recovery of horae. Stolen
June Ist, ..r thereabaut. S. J. GEKR,
_024 : lm* El Dorado, Cal.
WANTED — CONTRACT WOOD-CHOPPERS.
At.ply to NATO MA WATER & MIKINtf
COMPANY, FoUom, C J. o2llw
WAVTED— MALE : FOUR RANCH HANDS,
«30 ; two Milkers, 830 ; Man to drive sand
team, $20; WoodcS oppers, $1 75 ti $i per cord.
Female : Women and 'Jirls for Housework, 815 to
»20 ; two Waii-r Girls te hotel. MASTERS &.
CO.'S ETEplovmcut Office, No. 1025 Eighth street,
near K. oT-tf
WANTED.
~\|"ALE: 3 MILKER 3, WAGSS, *M ; ALSO, C
If JL ranch hands, *26 ; 2 men to milk aud make
butter, $30 ; a barber to rent a shop ; 4 woodcliop
pera ; 3 waiters, r3O to 835 ; a man cook. Female;:
2 women cooks, $25 ; ileo, 6 Kirls fur housework, $16
to |20 ; 3 girls to wait and do ch*mberwork.
Apply to HOUSTON & CO.'S employment Office,
Fourth and X streets, Sacramento. aulS lptf
TO LET 03 FOR SALE.
A.&th'. j«T .niU ot five lines In thia dap&itmest are
'■ufWA tm 25 C9ntji for on? limo ; three ttuua tot W
oent« or 73 cents p^r we&t.
""trustee sale.
LOT 6. P AND \.i ASD FIFTH ANDVW^.
Sixth streets, wuh Two-Ftory House !oi»'»|
thereon, will be sold without reserve, at Trus- JUmL
tee's sale, at n'jon TO DAY, in front of Court huuie
door. 0251t*
FOR SALF. THAT VERY IiESIRABLF^SK*.
co'tage of Btjven rooms, No. 1414 OK ■■}
street. Ljt, 40x160 feet. Apply on pmnists. JaJJIL
0241w'
y,K>R SALE- A. ORAIN TARM OF 213 ACRES
r 50 acres in pram now ; 50 acre" mo c in sum
mer fallow. House and barn; a little nrchtnl and
rinejard. Price $4,500. Imiuire of CAftL STKO
BEL. 321 .1 street. oM-attdJ-nrlt*
FOR RENT — T:E VACANT LL\OKSMITH
Shop formerly occupied by R. H Johnson,
Fifth street, betaMM X and L ih now tot rent at a
ow price. 8. G MAY & CO., Fif hanl K. 021-lw
OIHT-RP FOH S\LE. IN* LOTS TO _____
O - ■•:.- KA! MS au-i HOP LAND '"____B^
let. Apnlr to DU. CaPLIS, Txrenty tMHSf
miles a—a of Stcramento. oH-lm' aU_r_la— 1
FOR SALE— A '" "■'■■'""'" -mi
Shop ii running rr.'tT.
Good house, t-arns, etc., at Mi.-! iyan -__aWWL.
Bar, Sacramento cr>uiuv. Appiy toSHK_a__flk
W. A. BROWN, on the . remises, or by letter.
010-lm*
ORLEANS HOT^L- FIRST- CLASS FUK
nish.-il and unfurnished rooms to let to gentle
men or families by the day, week or month. 1018
Becond street, between J and K. MRS. H. W. OGG,
Proprietress. au'?-t.
TO LEASE OR SELL.
FROM 3IH» TO I,CO« ACRES OF THE BEST
Hop or Alfalfa Land in the county. Good
Hop Polos for sale, at it per hundred (stardinz) ;
railroad through ihe land. Sc? WILLIAM HICKS,
Cosuranes ; or, T. L. ACOCK, No. 904 Seventh
street, Sicramcmto. 020-l[>lm*
CONTRACT TO LET.
TO CUT 9,000 CORD 3 OF WHITK ANI) LIVE-
Oak Stovo Wood for the Sacramento market
Also to grub and :lear 640 acres of land and put it
in sha|>e for cultivation. For information apply to
J. T. OAKDWELL, Folsom. Sacramento county.
021-10t
FOR SALE.
31 AA ACRES OF L*.ND, LYING FTVE:»*fc
• LUU m!les cast of Marvsville ; 2,000WW
acres thereof inclosed and under cultivation, " '
the remainder up in your:;/ timber ; (food
house, barnc mchard? .etc. The well has the fln»et
drinking water in the valley. If not wanted for
farming, it is one cf thu best Etock ranches in tbe
sounty, and will be Bold cheap enough to justify its
use for stock only. Possession ftlven September 1,
1382. For further infarmation inquire of the Raota
mento liank, Sacramento. California. 1y23-l«
MONEY TO LOAN
ON REAL ESTATE, AT A LOW RATE OF IN
twrejt, by PKTKR BOHL 326 J street.aul7.tf
TO BARLEY-GROWERS.
A FILL SUPPLY OF THE CELEBRATED
and prolJlc
WOODS' SIX-EOWED BAELET.
Can cow bo procured for seed. Average yield, 125
bushe'.s per aero, and weiahs ten pounds more per
bushel than any other barley; very BU|>erior for
brewing ; does not fall down or lodge, and etoolg
more than any other known. Call upon or address
Booth & co.,
fl" lptf Front street. Sacramento.
WU.GOX&WHITE OEGAIf S
-—at WACEKOOXB GF—
x. -ax.. •sz.A.Ta.scrynst*,
>». SM J stre«f t _ SMTaiccnt*
taP Sold on tha Installment pUn. Orders for
TUNING promn' lv aturoiiwi to. an^oioian
PARLOR STOVES
A T.tKIETT OF PAKLOK STOVES CHEAP,
-IT
•xoaßcner oofpzh'b,
So. ivt at >trtft.....[o7-4ptf;... Barramfnto.
The Pioneer Box Factory
BUll Ahead «f all Competitor*.
O O> CS 'SC XI — afy -pg
ootan ot
Wrtmt »m* ■ Street..... ff-rtTrnit
uS-iptl j
PAT.F. BEOS. & GO.
This Season Brings To Us
THAN WE HAVE EVER HAD BEFORE !
The surprising rapidity with which our reputation has
spread is gratifyiug to us!
This increase of trade is noticeable in ail of our various L'epait
ments, but none more particularly than our
G-SKTTS'
FURNISHING GOODS
STOCK!
We have been adding to this Department daily, and replenish the
assortment as fast as the goods are sold, so you can always
depend upon getting what you want,
As the season advances, our attention is attracted more particularly to
Heavy Underwear for Winter!
We have made every preparation to suit all, and Judging by
the demand at our counters for this line of good?, our efforts are
fully rewarded. Our aim is to have a select line of goods, both
choice and durable, and give better values than can be Ibund eke
where.
OUR
PATENT CHEST SHIELD UNDERSHIRT
Has demanded a goad deal of attention, and is fast gaining favor
and taking the place of the old style. One examination convinces
at once that it is practical, and will be a great benefit to those
who wear them.
Read Carelully!
NO MORE DOU9HS ! NO MOSS COLDS ! NO MORI WSAK LUHG<S !
DON'T FAIL TO BUY
Conger's Patent Ctest-SMeld Undershirt."
IT PKOTE'TS THE U SJG3 TTITUOI T THE TBE OF EXTRA USS PKOTEtTORS.
RECOMMENDED BY LEADING PHYSICIANS.
£'.. ~V.' " CD &foi '..-:.'- — '-V. — ---.J
TRONTVIE*. - BACK VIEW.
This undershirt open? ir the back and ia double both front and back (the dotted
lines in the cuts showing the portions made double), thus bringing the protection exactly
where it ia moat needed and atf jrding safety from all pulmonary cninpUiots incident to
sudden changes of weather, etc. Experienced physicians claim that in our changeable
climate an undershirt that ia heavy enough to protect the luurs U to > heavy and too
heating over the abdomen, caused by numerous folds bsing tucked into the drawers.
The CHEST SHIELD overcomes all this by havbg the lower part medium weight,
the upper part double, thus securing an even temperature all over the body. We have
them in ec»r!et and white and in all grade". Try it and you will use acne other, as it is
decidedly the l>e*t uaderehirt that has ye* been iatroduced.
«T rilS "IHfST-SHIELD" l\ SI4KLET IS RECOMME.VDEIt IMi:iI«l-
LiRLV FOR ITS VREAT \\ : IIIIH: :\l |i QIALirIES
WE HAVE A SPIE\3ID USE OF
IEP 3BL Jftu "^^T 3BS l^S* SS
TO MSwTCH EACH QUALITY.
Men's and Boys' Undershirts !
In White, Scarlet and Blue is complete,
AS WELL AS OUR LINE OF MEN'S EXTRA SIZES.
«r«MMr*t ORDEBS FILLED THE DAT THF.I ARRIVE. AND GOODS WAR
RASTED SATUFAt FORI. OR MO SE* REFI SDE».
HALE BROS. & CO.,
829, 831, 833, 835 X street,
— AS»—
1026 NINTH STREET, SACRAMENTO.
SACRAMENTO, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 86, 1882.
* IHSOELLANEOgS.
Palmer & Sepulveda,
DJRTJGhGKESTS.
Northeast Corner Second and X streets, Sacramento.
Special attention given to Compounding Prescriptions— ac--^
curacy and absolute purity guaranteed. |J
SCHOOL BOOKS!
SOLD AT LOWEST PBICES BT
I I f laaPaMaHljaL^ *^CPaflj JKyW I ■ **\ _^^^^^^J 1£ J
0 1 1 1 't_ijcr**C-3T'v^^**** M «v P* ™? * »r_^^.i Li—^^^^.ff^^ >^k i ' _. j
laL V~ *f3l V 9i[ rWa^aß WtaU* tSf iifTl' J j I MHt fc ■■ —
ill f ffHaHsE ?• 'Ikl3C |^_^_Sti"v aIS? "t^.ij it; -ri C J
ENVELOPES (all sizes), a very large supply ;
WRITING PAPERS-the b3st in the market;
BALL PROGRAMMES and MENU OARDS;
PRINTERS' SUPPLIES, of all kinds ;
Choice line of VISITING OARDS.
Printing in All Its Branches !
Nos. 208-210 J street, : • : : Sacramento.
m29-lptt
W. P. COLE M A N,
Heal Estate Salesroom,
No. 325 J street, ----- Sacramento, Oal.
ALL KINDS OF CITY AXD CiRtfTRY PROFEiITI
FOB a3JBLX.SZ _a.ZffX> *2-'O JE*Z£.'X-.
KE4L ESTATE SOLD OK I\STALLHE.\T PLAN. \ MONEY I'O LOAN IV SIIHS TO >IM.
rol7-li»lv
OL.IKBT BOX FAtrrota? OS| ip-k -(-k m m ? -b.- g^ | LATENT IMPKOVED "
TDEPAtIju «oast. All DO \[ %a Q MACHINERY
KlndH ot Boxch on band R ~T| %JI 0%. £ — for—
and Hade to Order. ahasF w m»BSa»'«iB»» BOX I*Kl.\Tl\«.
CAPITAL BOX FACTORY corner second and q streets
Depot i J St., bet. Front and Second (next door to W. n. Stroni;& Co.) NICHCLS & CO- a! 7 Ip6m
Sacramento, July 11, 1882.
I take pleasure in recommending to my
friends and the public generally, " HAHHERVS
CASCARA BAGRADA BITTERS." They have
been of great benelit to me.
J. R. HEATH, Jeweler, 820 J St., Sacramento.
SAN FRAIfOISCO OABDS.
SAN FRANCISCO
Business Directory
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTa
George A. DaTl* at Co .— Manufacturers' Agents,
327 uti-.l 329 Market street.
Baker at Hamilton— lmporters ot Airncultnral
Implement* and Hardware ; A^jnts of the B?nicia
A^r'l Works. Junction Market, Fine and Da\Usta
ARTISTS.
Ilonseworth— Optician and Photojrraoher, No. 12
Montgomery street, r.-t i:-..-'i ;in 1851.
BELTING, HOSE, ETC.
H. K. Cook— Manufacturer of Leather Belting,
Bone, Lacintr, Bullion Bairs, etc. , euuthwest corner
Market aud Fremont streets.
BUSINESS COLLEGES.
PaelCc Buslne-tK t'»l!c{;e ai..-5 Telegraphic
Institute — ilife Scholarship, fjr fu'l Euauiosc
Ccurcc, $70). Vr. E. Chamhorlain, Jr , and 1. A.
Robinson, Pjopiictore, Ko. 320 Post street, oppo
site Union Square, S. F., Ca). Send for Circulars.
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
StudchaUer Bros. Mannf^ctnrlne Co.—Re
pository, 31 Market erect. A. 11 . laham, Manager.
CARPETS, OILCLOTHS, ETC.
Frank «.. Edwards— Irarorter -nd Dealer, No.
820 Market street (l'helan's Block), San Francisco.
DRUGS, CHEMICALS.
•fnat<n Kates.— Pioneer Drugcist, ramoved to 722
Montgomery St., S. F. Country orders goUuited.
EDUCATIONAL.
Sehcol of Clyll r -i: i.-.pn [.-;•„ Snr>c>y(ng
Ih-iwi'-jjany ASBayin?. 24 Post St. A. Van djr Sall'.sn
HATS,
C. HsrrmaJin at' C». — Manufacturers and Im
porters. No. 330 Koaray st , ifar Pine, The Qnest
hats at the lowest prices. Factory : 17 £el den st.
HARDWARE. IRON, STEEL. ETC.
tlanley Bra*.' Hardware Co.— lmporters of
Hardware and Agricultural loiplements, Nos. SCI,
SOS, B0!>, SO7 and 309 Market Btreet, Sun Francisco.
Carolan. Cory A Co.— lmporters of Hardware,
Iron and Steel. Asrents for tiie Pitteburp Steul
Works, Ni rthwestern Uorso Nail Compaii3% an J
Southiujft.-n Cutlery Co. Nos. 123 and 122 Front
Btreet. and Nod. 117 end 119 California street
RE3TAURAKTS,
•!-• -■.-.« Family Bakery and DFniss
Si'ioon— No. 63a M.".rk^. ftrec'.. Weddinc cak."',
lea cream, Cfttn, jeili-Jh, i tc, uoiialantly o:> h&r.u.
ramiiiea f Kppliod. _
RUBBER AND OIL GOOD 3.
Fhe GuSta Perska and Rubber SfaTiarset
urin? Compatiy — Katuiactarers o' Kub!>->r li.'xx.'s
of every description. Patentees of the culehrr. f ed
" -Uttas ''roes Brand" Carholiscd Hoea. Corner
First icd JJarkct streets. J. W. Taylor, IfsMgaC
STATIONERS, PRINTrRS, ETC.
B. «. Crork-r «* Co.— lmporthie &nd Manufoct
arinsr Stationers, PrinUrs and Llthoirmph.-rs, isos.
116, 217 and 219 Cuaii street, abovo Uaaoooie.
SACRAMENTO RECORO-UNiON.
aan FranrlHco Ofllee, So. 8 Jii-w Moslems
ery BUwt (Pilace Uotel).— J. H. rUarp-i, Aiisot.
JOHNT.STOLL,
No. GlO X street, Sacramento, Cal ,
1\ Manufacturer of
t'W'A >• »" kinds of SAD
_tJ^ \ /££— DLE-», HARNESS,
MpJ p+t—r-^fW^*^ COLLMW. S\»
fi"jj! WSKt ° f H\RD
WARE, WHIPS,
UOBES, BUNK
ETS, BRUSHES.
■ etc. Mv goods are
F II euaranteed to be
' ' v represebled.
DIRBCT LETTtRS:
J, T. STQLL,
Baeruae>t».
f SUITS, SEEDS AND PBODUQE.
D. DEBFSNARDI&CO.
General Commission Merchants,
ASD
WHOLESALE AND KETAiL DE ILEUS
is
Tropical , Calif ornian as 4 Oregon
FRUIT AND NUTS;
Batter, F«gs, Poultry, Ohm, Honey,
VEGETABLES, FISH, OYSTERS, ETC.
<3T Country orders promptly attended to. TEJ
Nok. 3HH and 310 X street, Sacramento.
828-1 ptf
(Eotabllabed 1853.1
IUOH.VB J. QRKSORT. VK INK aRBSORT
GREGORY & CO.
(Sjuccosaora to J. Gregory),
/COMMISSION MERCHANTS .VND WHOLESiiLE
V> Dealers in PKUDUCK AND KKUIT.
V>». i-.'S and 1-,-h J gtreet.
j2l-lptf Sacramento, Cal.
a. KCOBIK. g. OHI'JE;*
S. GERSON & CO.,
GEKEHAL (KnfITIHHWW MKSCHAKT3, AND
i: ui.-ri in
InipoTtcU and Donsestte Frnlti, Tegeta
'•:.-'. ..us-, 1.t.-..
So. 2i% J glrcet, between Scconc nd Third, Sacn
tajn'o. sv-lm
WILLIAM M. LYON,
(.Successor to LYON i BAKN'LS),
COMSIiSSION HIl-iRCHAKT
ANU WHOLESALE UT.ALKK IN
FKODTTCB,
NO3 117, 119 AND 123 J STREET.
021-lptf
£TAvn;a bf^.oved to work confitoDiocE
JTL prtnrfieß, m have cnlsrgcd onr stock. We
oiler yon cho c App!ca, txo irons worms, Lcruona,
Lim- , Or^noos, Ui^cd i*ruit3, Sxiis, Datog, Canned
Goods, etc., at vary lew prices.
M. T. BKEVTER ,': CO.,
10W to 1010 Socond rtrs<"., between J »nd X, Sacra,
meato. . nu?3-lf
W. R. STRONG & OO H
Wiiulosala OosniiEsJos Eeiekssta
on ;s -.Lsn is s Vj mxos c?
CAtn-OKsrA «UE^^ i.\o oaici» raxm
MJTS, EONEY, £SED
lad «,scer=l IHeretETulUe.
r^T Aii criiew pr-jini»i!y alten Jck! io. Audrwa :
W. R. STROKO & CO.,
auS-lplm Ece. C, 3 and 10 J strc.it, Hueromoato.
€.€ttIFFITHB,
t PENRYN
ftBUTfEWOBKB
rEsp.vif, in.
rTIHE BEST VARIETT ANI
-- X !..ir_-. -t Quirrie* on the
—^Pacific Coast. Polwhed Granite
Monuments, Tombstones and Tablets made to order.
».-"!.■ :i-il«- Balldlnz Stone Cat, llreosed
anil PolUhed tn.ordrr. ..U-li'-n
STAR MILLS AND MALT HOUSE, |
virniuu: * laces,
NOS. 50. 92 AND M FIFTH ST., SACRAMENTO,
dealers in Produce and Brewera' SupplieK, Man
a'icturere of Mait and all kiocM of Meals ; Oatmeal,
Coromeal, Cracked Wheat, Graham Flour, Buck
wheat Flour, etc. New Grain Bam for gale Ajrentl
or BuckeT" Mills Flour. Marysville. anl7lp
Tbe fntMrrlbcr inint to call tha att«ntioo of lawyers, auibon,
and butiiMaa ir.«o tAron^iioul *.L. Wen, to ;:.« fadlitiai
of v.. VALLEY PKESS for duuf u^rou«!i.y fxxt priLUnf
Hf will maintain tba nnlunit rvpoULon to las( attached t~ tn*
boom. Tb« coat of alecaet and perfect nnoalcg :■ not ST*****
lh.c that whka It diawu table in ere and hand. Addme
H. A. WEAVXR. UT J Si.. a*«me<>fc>. CaL.
MISCELLANEOUS.
si|Bsjif
fttel THEGREAT r *tl
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell'
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frostee
Feet end Ears, and all other
Pains and Ashes.
No Preparation on sarth equals Sr. Jacobs Oli
as a *nfe, sure, simple aud cheap Extemaj
Remedy. A trial entai's but taw comparatively
trifling outlay of 50 Cents, and every one stifferirg
with pain can have cheap aud positive proof of iw
claims.
Directions In KleTen Laognagea.
BOl^ BY ALL BKUGGI3TS AND DEALEBf
IK MEDICINE.
A. VOGELER & CO.,
JBatiimore* JS/ti.. JT. S. —
WJSTAR'S BALSAM
IX SAX FKAM'IX'O.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED DUCOGIST3, tike
pleasure in cortifviiii; that we have Mil Wit.
tvi-sTUch ittL>Aii or nii.u «hkkkv
for mawy jears, and know it to be one of the oldest
ad well a^ o c of the niO:t reliable prejtaritions in
the nrirket for the cure of COUGHS, COLDS and
THitOAT aud LUNG CO.MPLAINIS. We know of
no artii-te that more (OMnl satisfaction to
those who use" it, aMd we do not hesitate to recom
mend it. Sas FUISCOOO, June, ltsi.
ARKMIiON & BAC^X, cor. Du|»nt and Sutler.
bTEYLAAHS & ROSSI, cor. Dupout and Montgom
ery avenue.
J. K. POYB, MM Sacrawento street.
JT. BAKBAT, 910 I'acific street.
M. M. WAKD, 61 Se.oiid strett, or. Mission.
J. B. TITUS, Hayes and Laguna streets.
C. G. STKUNO, 21 ThirJ street.
JOHN C. MOODY, cor. Bush and Poik sta.
JONATHAN W. ASOKULSH First street.
W. A. HOLBEd^K. 1249 i'aiket street.
ADOLPH KAHN, 1102 Market Etrett.
H. li. PLAVEN, !)54 Market street
E. F. LIEBKICH, M. V., Edd.v a.>d Steiner streete.
SALTEK ft BOYD, cor. Valencia and Hill btr«eti.
023-lp2iwJlTh&awWS
Failing !
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.
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PACIFIC SLOPE.
AdTlers ftom Alaaka-The Political Pot
t ourelDK at Merced— The * uuiuilnga
Narderers-Han Killed by a »ls-foot
Fall-Tbe Chinese Kestrtellon Law In
Oregon— Man Crafthed by a Falling
Trre— ratal Qnarrel About • Few Pota
toes—Etc.
iSTSCIAL DtSPATCIIKg TO TH« aiCOHMt-UNIOa.)
CALIFORNIA.
The Campaign.
Sas Francisco. October 25th —At the
Kepuhiican CocAantion to-right a resolution
was offered proposing to remove the name of
1* I). Sawjei, the regular oomicee for City
and County Attorney, fram the ticket, and to
substitute that of J. F. Cowdery. The reso
lutioo wag laid on the table.
San Francisco, October 25th —Before the
final adjournment of the Republican County
Convention to-night, a County Committee of
forty-five was appointed, and two vacancies
on the Baard of School Directors filled, which
was caused hy the resignation cf nominee?.
Los Aj.cei.es, October 25th.—-Ex-Gov
ernor Irwin and Hon. E. C. Marshall ad
dressed a Democratic meeting here to-night.
Auburn, October 25.h.— Kitee and Mor
riw Hdureased the citizens here to-night.
People weie present frjm Dutch Flat, Gold
Kan, Colfax, Rockiin, Penryn and Newcas
tle, and many came in wagons from the 6ur
roucdiog country.
Mekcld, October 2.V»h._ p. B. Tully, Dem
ocratic c,Ld«dite for Cun£rc6bm»n ia tho
I'ourth District, addressed a Democratic
moetiug here to-ni^ht.
Willows, Ociober 25th.— Frant A. Ped
lar, Republican nr.miaee for Secretary cf
State, and Joseph F. Wendell, of Saisun, are
addretaicg a meeting at Mellot 1 * Hall.
Oboville, October 25 h— Hon. J. T. Far
ley, VV. W. Kellogg and Judge Granger are
here to-night addressing nn audience of the
Democracy in front el the Union Hotel,
which Li nicely illuminated.
Killed by a Fall-The ('biiiniin^ Mur
derers.
Nevada, October 25th.— Am John John
ston, a log cutter, was returnicg to his board
ing-house at 2 o'clock this morning, after a
night's debauch, he fell from a tramway
which he was crossing, tnd was p-ckei up in
an iusecsible cccditi'.n by hU two com
panions. They carried him home and put
him t3 bed, thinking his insensibility was due
to the liquor he had been driuking, and cot
to the fall, which wbs only six feet. A few
hours lat?r some one went to his room to call
him for breakfast, and fouud that he was
dead.
Ttie Grand Jury have been busy to-day in
vestigating the ca;e of Dorsey and Patterson,
the Cumtningß murderers. Roger O'ileara,
the party who informed the St. Louis police
th»t Patterson was wanted in this State for
robbery, is here as a witne^p. B.ith the ac
cused iten deny being in thia vicinity at the
time the crime was sommitted, but there
are several persons who swear that they saw
them here about that time. Detective Lees
and Aull have succeeded in obtaining a com
plete chain of BtroDg evid6nca against them,
and are confident tf securing their convic
tion. The prisoners have engaged G. W.
Tyler, of San Francisco, for their attorney.
PacMc Coast ('•urslng Clnb.
Merc£D, October 25th.— The Pacific Coast
Courting Club met here to-day. There was
a large attendance at the grounds. The first
ma'ch was ties of oH dogs. Culverin beat
Delahute, Chief of the Canyon beat Lady
Bird, Spa Boy beat Rosa, Lady Franklin
beat Duke, Tampete beat Minnie, Paul
Jones beat Maid of San Francisco, Blue
Cloud beat Foxhsl', Sallie Henry beat Cher
okee, Lady Plaici beat Cfcoroway, Parnell
ran a bye. Second Hob— Chief of the Can
yon beat Culverin, Lady Franklin beat Spa
Boy, Tampete beat Paul Jones, Sallie Henry
beat Blue Cloud, Lady Plaici beat Parnell.
Third ties — Chief if tee Canjon beat Lady
Franklin, Tampete b«at Saliie Henry, Lady
Piaici ran a by-.
Stolen Horses Eerovered and the Thieve*
Cxpiared.
Los Angeles, October 25th.— On the night
of ti v 12kh instant ten horses were stolen
from the Carisa raucho, San Luis Obispo
county. The horses were tracked to this
ccualy by Deputy Sheriff Graves, of that
county, who came to this city Sunday,
secured tne services of officer Adolfo Ceiia,
and they resumed the trail. Yes* '■ y
captured Elias GoLZ&les and five jt ia
San Bernardino county, and to-day ecovered
fi-ur mcrs of the horses near Anaheim, in
this county, and captured Agostin Pt>rales,
the othor thief. The animals and thieves
wera brought to thia city to-i.ight, and the
latter jailed. Five hundred di liars reward
was ( flared for the capture of the thieves and
the recovery of the horses.
Tbe Victorious Fire Lsddles.
Watsosville, October 25 .h. — The firemen
an! citizens turned out en manse to-dsy to
meet the victorious Pajiro No. 1 team upon
their return from Holli.-ter. Every fl ig in
town was up, and the afternoon was recog
nized as a Bemi-hcliday. They receive a
Vrand ovation to night, ci v..n by the citizens.
Great enthusiasm prevail?.
Still Another Bicentennial Celebration.
SantaJßabbaba, October 25th.— The Penn
•ylvantang celebrated the bicentennial of the
Unding of William Perm by a picnic at Bur
ton's Mound, an address by Mayor Charles
Fernald, and by a (hoice programme of
Uterary and musical exercises. A very Urt c
number of citizens participated in the cele
bration. The following te!e ;ram was sent :
To I:i9 Honor, Major Kini, and the Bicentennial
Committee, Philadelphia : The Pennsylvinians of
Santa Barbara and its vicinity, who are to-day ecle
bratirg en the very chores of the Pac.ti; the found
ing of thei' commonwealth and thelindm^of its
founder, send tl-cir fraternal greetings to those wlk>
remain on the banks of tho Delaware.
Anolber Pioneer Dies Suddenly.
Yreka, October 25lh.— John S:moEett<>, a
native of Switzerland and a piineer, aged 53,
dropped dead in the street yesterday without
a moment's warning. Heart diasase was the
cause of bis death. Tbis makes three if the
Yreka pioneers who have died suddenly
within hve dayr,
Suicide or a Farmer.
Livermobe, October 25 v ,h. — Chas. Leaves
ledt, a farmer Hvinir near Altamont station,
committed suicide Mvndiy night. His body
was found hanging by the neck in his ban;.
111-health was tha supposed cause of th: rash
act.
Burglary at Lob Angeles.
Los Angeles, October 25;h.— Barclars
effected an < ntranco iuto tha house cf Lieu
ten ant- G, v.rnor Mansfield Monday ui^ht,
I ut f ..iU-d to tuke away anythicg of value.

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r'.:..ii Quarrel Ai> m a Fen' Putatoes—
lloraelbler Arrested.
Portland, October 25th.— The following
particulars of the ebootiag t iTrjy at Kui;eu6
were received tc-night : J. H. Brown, the
nisn !■■! ■! 'n:'. ! recently Rot e into the hop-
Rrowirg bufine3°, and leased hia hrp yard to
Burcesr.n. Bad feelirg eprant; up, and Bur
ncsoa moved iff tho premise?. He returned
to tho ;>Uce Monday acd bceaa diggisi; gome
potnivi'.a he bad planted. Brows appeared
a;»d ■ 1. .!..'.; 1 ; :»r- > f the pntat<^oa. ititriw-on
oidorcd h;in bwav, but he rofuwti to gn.
Buroesou then srubbed a conibinatiou ritls
and hliolkud, drew a beid on BrowD, warn
ing him to leave. Hot words fallowed, and
Browo drew a seifejeking sixshootcr, wlon
Burceaon tired one barrel, which roi?sed
Bro**n. He imrre.Hately fired the rfli bar
rel, the t-u'i -t strikirg Brown in the left car.
Brown lived eeven I. our-, butconld t: ' t n ■:.',-.
HU aesailaiit hae the reputation of being a
peaceable m&D. He had a pre'.ionia&ry ex
a:nin:.!i:n, uud wsa held to answer withent
bail for n.urder in the first degie?. The po-
L.tno'i rver which they quarrtled wtre not
worth $25.
C. W. JsckgoD, a yoatg man not m^re
than 22, waa.brrefittd hore thi- afternoon for
hone btenHng. Last week be hired two sad
ele-horees from different stable?, rode them
to two other livery stsbka and said them.
No'.hirg in known of hia character or history
by the police.
KUied l.) a Fnlllnc Tree— The Cb!ce*e
Bexlrletlon Law.
Poktl\>"D, October 25th. — George JoDf s. a
wocd-eb>'('per, i>Red 10. emnlojed on th; O.
andC. extetfijr, was killed near L«wisville,
L>; iKln < county, Monday, by a trpe falling on
tim. I^ettOTs iv hi« pocket indicate that he
came recently from Orange, Li» Angeles
connty, California.
Tee firat c«e uader Ihe Chia^sa rettric'.ktn
law cauie up io the United States Court !. ••
f.)re .Tuf"ga D?»dy to-diy. The Ai..- tir.r;
Bhip l'at: i'jian hrooght two Chinese — one the
•tcwud. Ah W_h. who had the English
■ iiirte of Geoige Mexican, who shipped at
I Londca, March 3th, for twenty-four months,
to buch port* m the C»pUin directed ; the
DAILY 8E(O!II rvi,.> »,, n
other, Ah Kee, shipped at Yokohama, Sep
tember 11th. fcr two years as cook. District
Attorney Watson caused the arrest, and the
case was heard this afternoon. The defense
argued that the men shipped befrra the law
was passed, and being on the deck of an
American vessel were, in contemplation of
the law, ia territory of the United States.
Uefense claims that the law applies only
to euch Chinese as come here to live and en
gage in labor, not to crews of vessels touch-
J o * ° r B t?PP»°<t at any port of the United
btatee. The Capteia wUI not be liable, as he
did not allow either of the Chinamen to go
ashore. He had not heard of the passage ol
the bill till he reached Astoria. l "" B * KB ol
HlKUbco for a Deer ami Killed.
Portland, October 25th.— Alex. Bledso,
( f Washington county, while hunting a few
days ago with Samuel West, was shot and
killed by the latter, who mistook Bledw in
the tali ferns for a deer.
WA Ml I M. TON TEKK IT« BY.
Ail» ir - frem Alaxba.
Port Towssitsn, October 25th. — Tho
eteauier Idaho arrived yesterday morning,
bringing newa from Sitka up to the 14th.
Tne revenue cutter Corwin arrived at Sitka
October 13ih from an extended cruise in
northern waters. All on board were well.
Daricg the cruise the Corwln called at Bel
kaps DVft and found much sickness had pre
vailed among the natives duricg the Bum
mer.
The fur companies report a successful tea
son. the ssa o'.tcr carch being lar^o.
The example made by Captain Healy on
ti3 late cruise has had a healthy effect, aud
the brewing of grass has become much less
ened.
The Corwin will g t to Juneau and return
to Sitka before going to sea.
The following is from ths Ocrwin's log on
her toriherly cruise : "Lf ft Ounalaeka July
30ih ; Btopped at St. Paul aud St. George
Islands ; round sealing season over, usual
catch being had ; went under tail to St.
Matthews Island, famouß for polar bears ;
from there steamed to St. Lawrence Island.
Oq August 31a boat was sent ashore to the
village of KaLWgok, and found about one
hundred bodies ia an advanced state of de
composition. Oa August sth anchored at
Nerthweat Cape, the only village where any
of the natives ara lift alive. They state
that the deaths were caused by starvation,
the annual mpply of walrus having failed.
Oa August 6th spoke schonuer L«o in Plover
Bay with relit f party on board. Next day
arrived at Ni.rtn Head, and were informed
that on May 20th the ice pack that had been
settling towards the Siberian coast had drifted
back. A party of natives went sealing on
the ici, and came across the body of Putnam
oa afl >c. The body was very much swollen
and decomposed, and lying near by was hia
revolver, the skeleton i f a dog and a broken
sled. The Datives ltfc everything undis
turbed, they being too superstitious to touch
a dead body. Oa August lGtn spoke the
whaling barks George and Susan, Francis
Palmer, Abraham, Seabre«zi.p and brig
Hidnlgn, all nearly emp'y. Anchored for
the iii^ht off the United Siates Signal
Station at Cape Smyth, about ten
miles south of Point Barrow. Lieuten
ant Kay and a party of eij.ht men
ara well and comfortably located, 'l'ue Lieu
tenant has made two sledge journeys curiDg
the winter— one fifty miles ioto the interior
and one 100 miles along the coaet. On the
latter, awards the Mackenzie, a large and
hitherto unknown river was discovered that
appeared to be as large as the Missouri. It
was shallow, but owing to the ice Lieutenant
Kay could not sscertain whether it ;vas
navigable. Tho Indians in the neighborhood
of the station have shown signs cf discontent,
and the Lieutenant has built a stockada and
mounted a Galling gun on a tower for pro
tection. His party are well armed with re
peating rifles, and are able to look out for
themselves. The Crwin went es far north
as 71°, 4ti' higher than she ever had been. On
August ilth spoke whaling barks. The Cone,
The Coral, J. 11. Holland, Heien Mar. Bound
ing Billow and Fieetwing. All had met with
very poor succew. Next day reached longi
tude 149° 2S' west, within a Uw miles of Re
turn Reef, the point where the sehcoter John
Franklin and party turned bick ia 1820. The
ice becoming thick and heavy the Corwin
turned to the wc-stward he meward bound.
Coaled ship at the cual mine on Cape Sic
lump, and found the coal of good quality.
Bishop Neet^r'e body has been embalmed,
and r ill be forwarded* to San FrancisCo dur
icg the summer."
The Corwin cruised 18 000 miles. Tie sea
son has bees an open one and very mile. The
work done rtflects great credit on Ciptain
Healy and the officers and mer, and jroves
the increasing cffici3ocy of the revente Cla
rice service.
The Adams has moored in Sitka harbor,
which she will mi-.ke her beadqu&rtcrp, Iler
commander evinces much interea', in the wel
fare of Alaska.
Business is gocd and the merchants are
doing well. Ttie receipts from the (Kstiict
dunnz tha month of September reacbtd
511.310.
The Ncrthwest TraciiDg Compaap are
shipping large quan'i'.ies of cranberries and
numerous bales of doerskins.
The oil works at Killenoo &re tunaing on
full time. Whales are getting phntiiul
there. One was caught on August 30.h that
will yield sixty baircls of oil.
New pl-c=r diggings are Leing discovered
at Douglass Inland of great richce^a One
dollar t Re pan is aaid to hay* bees realized.
Assistant Sujgeon H. W. YtomaLP, of the
Marine Hospital Service, has armed at
Sitka and assumed his duties. He ia the
first (.'fficer of the service ever stitioned
there.
lhe new missionary building is up and wi!l
be shingled io » ftw tUv«,
The Idaho brought down a large number of
pa3i23<;er=, who ere afraid to fc.ca the eevere
winter. Xitay will go beck in the spring.
A party tf protp ctore, who have ju^t re
turned to Juneau front the Token, report
tick dicgi'-g-s add a mild climate in that re
gion.
A miner nam^d MeQn&n fell off the Idaho
and was drowned. HU toJy was recovered
en 1 buried.
The Bteair.er R°se rsn on a rock near l£ilka
ar.d s;cvj a hcls in her bottom.
ArrcMrii f»r Harder.
Walla Walla (W. T.), Oc'cber 25th.—
Canopy Owecbv was irrceted yesterday for
the murder of E. A. Cummin, the Oregon
Railway ana Navigation Company's agent, at
New York Bar, in July last.
nßiTign «•>:.! tihi.4.
Tfap Governor tieurrjil and I'ilktm a
Kare Mineral Found- Llbcrateil on Ha
r.i .1- Corpn*.
Victoria, October 2">ti>.— The Governor
i ;•. ntr.il nod Priucena will remain a month
longer at Victorio. The Princess has greatly
improved in health sirce her arrival.
The steamthip Dakota arrived at 11 o'clock
M".. '..y evening, and n now «.;i •:h:-;^ii:£
freight.
Molybdenum has fcenn nwcoverpd by M»jor
iJowcey in 'In Coast llarge. This tr.etal in
used in England for covering iron iastr.&d of
tin. Its value v four shillings an v?. ■■■.
Viucent i?ilcooks, a prisoner in the jail,
who lately cvue into a great fVrfnne in En
.■ .v. :, has been liberated ou a habeas corpus.
A Lively Scrimmage— The Wreck— Verdict
•r Suicide.
Victoria (B. C), Octob-r 25th.— A lively
serlmniaire occurred on Broad street las:
night asd this morning. A bailiff who de
stroyed some iro'ids in the house cf G. V.
Tilbtry was driven out at tbe muzzle cf a
thotgun. Tiibcry wi»s arreet.»d ard locked
up. This morning his wife tried to bow ont
her brains wUh the gur, bat the shot wfcu
tled harmlessly by.
No ntwa of the wrccV.
The jury in tho crso of yourje Briton re
turned a verdict of suicide while laboring
under temporary insanity.
From Alaska and Cas»lar.
Victoria (B. O ). Oj^oter 25tb.— The
eteanighip Idaho, from Al»ka aud Caviar,
touched here yesterday, aud passed on to Port
Townsend. Thirty thousand dollars was
brought down from Takou by miners. Tbe
Cassiar gold mines are is a condition of de
cadence, and the Chinese are (jraiiually pos
sessing themselves of tha country on Thei
bert creek. Tbe eld bei of the stream
bad been found end the miners were doing
very well there. No new cnek» hsd been
found. The Jheal'.h of the dipi;€r» was good.
Mac Adam Bros., parser sers |by the Idaho,
made $10,000 each ia Takon. The weekly
dividend V> each p-.rty was §400. The. quartz
promifes very we.l, increasing in richness as
tbe shafts deecead.
Father Hyacinthe has written a letter to
the Vice President of the French Chamber
of Deputies favoring tbe eeparatioa of tho
Church from the State, but at the same
time earnestly protesting against making
such action a mere adjunct of tho present
anti-Chrittian war, which, he predicts, >f
carried much further, will end in the
shame and ruin of the French nation.

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