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BAIL* 17MOK BEKIE<4-T«L. Ltlil. -SO. M 65.
IKiM itfcCOKD sUUEg- TOL.XATI.— SO. 4»«9.
THE *: •iLY RECORD-QSION.
Eji:-.r«- i.-itli»cl*oblUilitcatbacrau;cnt.»as second cLiss matter
PUBLISHED BT THE
Sacramento PatlisMng Company.
v»- K. 11. "i:i.L», General MjLßager.
nAHeeMMi Oftp*, TUrd H, bet. J and K.
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fatnUlib -i crcnriUfot toe wwi. Soudan executed.
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Vcrilzc.'Tcttaß. 3 50
»»rthr»o u.unth» a U1
Manifcan wrrod by Oarrien at Firms
Okn ra PvT wtsk. In all Interior dtiw and towns the
« aa«et cm be had uC tfa« pri'.c'.'id Periodical Detien.
X nma asd A(,isat».
jI J .cr- ,W:a; Kates 1b Daily Keeord-Cmlon.
OoeH^uwo. 1 time $1 00
OMK-iuara, 2 times. 1 T8
Oz>_ 'ijije, 3 time*. „ J SC
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IWwl 1 Weeks. 1 Month
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H»:; .- „..r>j. i<i f .age 3 00 « 60 (00
U» . .- • . 4th -age SOO 800 400
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o-.r T*" .■:-■", to follow reading matter, twenty-fire
»n'*r, a Baa f >r c*ch liistrtiuu.
A.J-.T- -;ii;st;<:nnW»Eted.Han«e«toLot,
bn^. :?;:■ ■:: .-..,, ..ic.pt fivk lixki ok übbs, will be
Insert. '.:: -.-c Daily Kecoed-TJsiok u foUon :
0n..- time 36 sent*
omHhi SO cent*
•tan w~* TSecnU
feraj -r:;.li to eonnitnte a line.
HER WESU.LT [MUM
[aNMUM iv semi-weekly par*!
b nsr.-l ./i V/ndoeado; and Saturday of each weak, {
coiup.: iii^ > ::'bt P*gee lit e^ch iflana. orriixt«en Pago*
«eh w» E, lad :. lie cli-.'tj>^t aud n>nrt 'icsllkMo
BomC; SMI uud Literary Jon.ui.! rubliahixi on the
PmW r i t
Twtci, Cms Year f2 6C
8»ml-Ti ; < Uly Calon Advertising Bates.
HaUßn-j-.'. 1 Hat *1 «
Etoh*/ -.'Jtlosal time SC
On»S;iL'.. ! that , 100
■arimirt'HiJuttlim 1 80
WANTED, LOST AND FOU^D.
AjTerttnements cf fire linos !:i thl« department are
nsertcd for 2S o-uta for one time : three time* for 90
tents or 75 cenU per week.
WANTF.D-A VOl NG GIRL TO D) LIGHT
housework in a small family. Inquire at the
northu'e-t corner Nineteenth and N streets. nl3-lw*
PERHON'AL-JOHN PRATOR T.MMONS IS A
resi'kr.t of Br*dNh:iw Citv, Yavapai county,
Arizona Territory, r.r.d is tairom of informing his
siattTs, Mrs. Saril. F. Grimm and Mrs. Ann h'liza
Ri-lcr, a-id his brother, Wi'JUm O. limnion^, of bis
whereabout*. o2"-lm*
STOLEN- A DIIiTY ROAN HORSE, <2L
weight 1,000 to 1,100; ri(;ht liind^pjJT^
foot spotted ; brand P under mane, riuht/C J \^
side cf r.u:k ; paces and trotj. $i". reward lor in
formation leading to n'covery oi horw. Stolen
June let, or thcrca'o-.ut. N. J. OEER,
o241::r El Dorado. Cal.
*X? A' BO MALE: FOUR KAKCB SANDS,
V? S3O; two U i:.t',s*l; Hu to drive sand
tcini. $20; V.".)<>dciiop;ier?, SI 7."i to H per cord.
Female: Women and Oirls for IljusfA'ork, $15 to
820 ; two Waiver Uirl=i f t .r hotel. MASTBHS k
C'».'= Ei i.I .vrr.ei.t Offlee, No. 1025 Eighth Btreet,
mar K. o7tf
WANTED.
MALE: EIGHT RANCH HANDS, WAGES *20
to $2t; ; 30 woidchoppers, wagi^ $1 50 to $3
jitr cord ; t tc;ir'.:steiT, iw ; aleo, 2 cabinetmakers, 3
waiter*, 1 oooks. FEMALE: Three Girls f>r House
work, fin to $20 ; also 2 giiU for chamberwork and
waiting ; a housekeeper ; 5 irirls to take care of
children.
Apply to HOUSTON & CO.'S Employment Office,
Fourth and K street*, Sacramento. aul3-lpU
~Tb^ET~OfTFd^SAJ J Er
" * . Efna* In thb ijpArtrcc:-: *;•'
•cs litod tog I .-» I r aab due; larwi tUcttf fox tZ
TJK>R RENT— LARGE SUNNY ROOMS, AT 1528
_F Sefoud ttreet. n4-2*-TulhS"
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET- TWO BLOCKS
bon Cariitol, on northeast corner Eighth and
M streets. Inquire at the Grocery below. nH-lw*
FOR SA: E-1J ACRr:3 OF NO. 1 LAND,g»
lvini juHt east of Sacroiutnto city, ncxt<vW
tu the Aikci onter '. Apply to W. S. MKSICK ■
or L C. CHaNULKU, J street, between Second and
Third. nll-tf
AIUITE OF rCBIIISHKD R>X>MSTO LET IN'
a private residence. Inquire at 01' * Seventh
Btrset, between I and J, or aidress O. W. F., this
offioe. !■ ti
faTATu^:; EUILDQI(», CO&N^U or SEVEN! H
jLII and I streets— This b-iildinir havin? b-en thor
uuxlily renovated and refurnished, pleasant Fur
nwiial Roams can be renud by responsible p.-J-ties
by the day, weci or uionth. Apply on the prem
iaea. n3-tf
ORLEAKS HOTrL- FIKST -CLASS FUR
nished and unfurnished rooms to let to gentle
men or families by the day, week or month. 1018
Second street, between J and K. MRS. 11. W. 000,
Proprietress. n2-tf
TO LEASE OR SELL.
T^ROM 300 TO 1,009 ACRES OF THE BEST
1 llnp or \!Tn- in I n.i.i in the county. Geod
Hop Pjles for 3ale, at $2 per hundre<l (Mandinir) ;
railroad through the land. See WILLIAM HICKS,
Cosumr.ee ; or, T. L. ACOCK, No. 904 Seventh
street, Sacramento. 020-lplm*
MONEY TO LOAN
ON REAL ESTATE, AT A LOW RATE OF IN
tereirt, by PETER BOHL ZiS J street.aul7-tf
STr~DAVIb f S.
AFIIIST-CLASS LOHGING - HOUSE, CON
tains US nxims ; 715 Howard etret-t, n*"ar
Third, San Francisi». This house is especially de
gipie-lK" cunifortable home for ladies and gentle
men Mai m..< the city from the interior. No dark
rooms. G^.i and rnnuiii-^ water in each room. The
floor* are covered with body Brussels cirpct, and all
the furniture is made of solid black walnut. Eaon
bed has a spring m ittrea*, with an additional hair
top mattress, making them the most luxurious ar.d
healthy beds in the world Ladies wishing v> Look
for themselves or families are allowed the free use of
a large public kitchen and dining-rooni. Berwßti
keep up a lire fro;a fi A M. to 7p. M. Hot and cold
baths ; a large parl< <r and reading room, containing
a Grand Piano— all frte to gaMhL Price, single
rooms per nlfU, CO cent* ; per week, from $2 up
wards. Hmsc open Hi! night
R. HLT.Iir.H, Proprietor.
At Marki-.t-street Ferry, take OmnilMn hue o
street cars to sonar of Third and Howard.
o; TuTStf
Xr.lV «»HPI UE*TURI\T.
?irt<i K BISBBT, II \^ BEES THOKOCCIII.Y
OU«I retiiti' i and rtlurr.iahcd. and will hereafter
b« run as a Knivr rn : « tmrtSMAßt. "r**T. only
•••it-: ■ sr. 1, {I p r week. JOHN LAMKIN,
Proprietor. nil lm
GOLDEN EAGLE HOTEL,
CORNER SEVENTH AND K STREKTS SAC
rameuto.—"L.rtt-oicH la every respect. The
Larre«t, Finest and Bost-Ventilat-od Hotel in the tity
RATKS-fcS. n 50 and <2 per day, accorJinjt tc
room. Vroc Eus 'x> *nd from the Hold.
t. KcNA£3K^ (i»tc of DeL .it),
_ ni-4nlm Proprietor
HOTEL LANQ-iAM.
rf^ORNES FOURTH AND t, bTREETi, ACBA
ment — Strictiy first-dug, ca tee I£>iropeaa p'.an.
T. D. Scrivar's Carriage* will tako ail paeser^era free
ol charge from Depot to Hote:.
»1 «plm TKRRY * CO., Vrrj^org.
UNION HOTEL.
SECOND AND K STREETS, SACRAMENTO,
Cal. Rooms, 50 cenUi and Jl per day. Specia'
rates by the Math. Billiards, choico '.""Taors and
cigars. Hot lunth dally from Him til! 2e. k
W. O. ("JOE") BOWERS,'
_ul^P»m Proprietor.
RESTAURANT DE FRANCeT"
A Cvtf K STREET. ADJOINING >-»
<££ i the Mvtrooolitan Theater. J^Uf
Handsome Private Rooms for parties. **^4» C*f
LOUIS PATEN, Proprietor, «£*•
au?o-4plm Formerly of the Hotel de France.
MISSISSIPPI KITCHEN.
tTBTIB AND CHOP 801181,
Th<rd Btreel, Between J mad K-.
"j^EXT BOOR TO RECaRD-U-MON Jffff*
I^l OSEce. Open day anl night. JPT^^,
A. 3. SKNATZ, Proprietor. \_/ Vs&
aia-tplro
~tolarley-crowers7
A FULL SUPPLY OF THE CELEBRATED
and prolific
WOODS' SIX-EOWED BARLEY,
Can now be procured for seed. Average yield, 125
bushels per acre, auJ weighs ten pounds more per
bushel than any other harlcy; very superior for
brewing ; docs not fall down or lodge, and stools
more than any other known. Call upen or address
BOOTH & CO.,
27-lptf Front street. Sioramento
» COAL OIL STOVES
dPtJp ALL SIZES FOR COOKING OR PARLOR
USE. Scud for Circular ai d Prices.
*|J£^j£L WtKSTCB * CO., 17 New Hoct
•tCTSSsC*^ iti'iner}' sts*t, San I'nnciscu. m27-4^tf
SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
BALK BBOS, & CO.
REMNANTS !
REMNANTS !
REMNANTS !
It may appear to some that OUE EEMNANT DAYS come
rather too often, but you must take into consideration the amount
of goods a House like ours can sell in two weeks, during which
Everything will be in Preparation
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 15th,
FOB OX7H,
GREAT CLEARANCE
— OF —
REMNANTS !
NOTWITHSTANDING THAT IT RAINED VERY HARD
— OX? OT7B. —
J JUST TWO WEEKS AGO NOW,
OUR STORE WAS GROWDED
j
EAGER PURCHASERS!
You will do U3 a favor, you who did not come to test the
truth of our assertion, by asking your nearest neighbor ; if she
was here on that day, we know full well what her answer will
be. It affords us the greatest proof that we can give to the
public of our sincerity iu this move, and of our determination to
close these RBMHANK entirely out on the day spesified.
KEEP THIS DAY IN YOUR MIND;
It will repay the trouble:
Wednesday, Nov. 15
AN ABSOLUTE CLEARANCE j
ILXiIKEBa'A.IH'TS 1
COUNTRY ORDERS filled promptly, and, if not satis
factory, money refunded.
HALE BROS. & CO.,
829, 831, 833, 830 K street, |
—±wn—
026 NINTH STREET, SACRAMENTO
SACRAMENTO, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1882.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Palmer & Sepulveda,
DRUGGISTS,
Northeast Corner Becuud hud li succts, Sucrameato.
Special attention given to Compounding Prescriptions— ac-^rf
curacy and absolute purity guaranteed. H*
vV
y^Promenade Bags, Portfolios/Sv
y^P&per Knives, Cigarette Cases^V
X Cigar Gases, Magic Charm Pencils,\v
\OEKISTMAS ♦ 0 JLEDS /
>ix Glove and Handkerchief Cases,
Fancy Inkstands, Gold Pens, *^
\^lietter Cases, Book Marks, \f
\ixAsh Holders, Checkers, i^
>k Scrap Books, Jr
J? Blocks,
>T Games, Toys,
j/f Christmas Reticules,
Chromos on White Satin,
Autograph and Photograph %v
sf Albums, Etc., Etc. A large Stock ofV
N^ In Endless Variety, J^
\. For Juveniles emd Adults, in S
paper, cloth, and rich y
leather bindings. f
\jt2acific Coast Iriaries,/^
Cs?ib, Etc. Jf
208-210 J STREET.
OLDEST BOX FACTOR*' «> F^ /*"** V*^ £"' 4?"^ I LATEiT IMPKOVEB
th EPA«int coast. Aii fi«££ I Y machinery
Klndß of StoxM or hf.n«! % > ,' M\^ . *iI/>< ' — for
and Made to Ord«r. *^ * » »■*^»* I Bt>X rKI.-«T«><;.
CAPITAL BOX FACTORY CORNER SECOND AND Q STREETS
Depot t J St.. bf t. Front anil Src-'nii (next door to W. R. Strong i Co.) riISKOLr. &CQ. f.l7lp6ni
SAN FBANQISCO CARDS.
Business Directory
I
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, j
ecorc? A.Davlmt Co —Manufacturers' Afientd, ;
327 »nd 329 Market street.
Kxkrr A Unmlltnn— lmjmrtcrs of AirrlcuUcral '
Implements anr'i li».-i'.»nre ; Aeonts of tl.e Ken. ia ,
Agr'l Worka. Junction Maikot, Piuesnd Da 1 . lsßt*. :
ARTISTS
Oonafworlh— Optician aatd Photogranhcr, No. 12
Montgomery Btrcot. Estnliliahed in ISSI.
BUSINESS COLLEGES.
Faelßc BaslncKv Otßan nr<: Tdrsrn>>lUe
Inrtitute— (Lire &chc:anhip ( for lu'.l Biisir.cas
Course, flO). W. C. Chumuerlnln, Jr , and 1. A.
Robinson, Pioprietoro, No. "20 Po3*. struct, oppo
nitc Union &juare, S. F., C»l. SroJ fi* ClrctJart.
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
Htndebak'r Bros. nannfurtßriiiii <■>.-•
pository,3l Market street. A. li Ulium, Uai.a^cr.
DRUGS, CHEMICALS.
<a»tia €aie». — Pioneer Dra i^st, rcnn>v6<i to 7K
Uontfromen St., S. F. OOBmtrj orders soilJtad.
EDUCATIONAL.
Sch*«l of civil r.ii|.'!nrt rl ••^. SnnrrlnK
Drawingand Asanjinp. »4 Post *t. A. Van dtr Naillen
HATS.
C. Herrmann «t Co.— Manufacturers and Im
porters. No. 336 Kearny ft. , near Pino. The finest
hats at the luwest prices. Factory : 17 Bclden St.
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, ETC.
Haw If) Bro«.' Hardware Co.— lmporters of
Hardware Mid Agricultural Implements, Nos. SOl,
SOS, 805, 907 acd 309 Market sticet, San Frmndsco.
Carolan, Cory •* C«.— lmporters of Hardware,
Iron and Steel. Agents for the Pittsbuiy Steel
Works, Northwestern Horse Nail Company, and
Southington Cutlery Co. Nos. 120 and 122 Front
street, and Nos. 117 and 119 California street
RESTAURANTS.
•«*!■'* Family Bnfcerr and Klnlat
Salocn— No. 636 Market street. Wedding cakes.
Ice cream, oysters, Jellies, etc, constantly on hand,
families supplied.
RUBBER AND OIL GOODS.
The Cnlta Percha and Bsibber Maatifaet.
urtnsr Company — Mitulactu.-crs o« Rubber Goola
of every description. P»tenter.s of the celebrated
"Maltese Cross Brand" C»rbo!ii«i Hew. Garner
Flnt and jrJarket streets. J. W. Taylor, Manager.
STATIONERS, PRINTERS, £TO.
■. B. Crorker <t Co.— lmportuur and Manufact.
aring Stationers, PrinWrs and Uthoenphers, Nos.
116, 217 and 218 Bosh street,, ators Sarjome.
BAORAMENTO REOORO-UNION.
•an Krearlwo Ofllrr. So. g \ P w Mantsoßi
ery strert (Palace Hotel).— J. H. (U-arpe. Ageßt.
CLAIEYOIANTS.
-y^OW IS THE TIME TO GET YOUR FOK- «*.
X^ tune told.— Reading of the j>Mt, prescnt.Ti
acd future. MRS. I. C. ANDREWS, the «
well-known Character Reader, Fortraie Teller and
Clairvovant, Seventh street, between O and II
Dext door to A. M. E. Church. Inform tion given
on business, mining stock, and ail games of chance
nil-
D. DEBR'.MARD. & CO.
General Commission Merctants,
— —AND
! WHOLESALE A\D BF.TASS. DEALECBS
iTropioa], Californiao and Oregon
FRUIT AND NUTS;
; Bolter, Ekss, Poultry, Uanie, Honey,
VEGETABLES, FISII, OYaTERS, ETC.
IT Country onlrrs promptly attended to.
»o». 3«8 „ i;l 310 K street. Harramento.
928- 1 ptf
(EKtMblixlied 1852.)
«UG«su.en»GORT. m«K eriaoßT
GREGORY & CO.
(Successors to J. Gregory),
COMMISSION SfKF.CH ANTS AND WHOLESALE
Dcaiera in PRuDUCE AND FRL'IT
Son. U'6 and 128 J Street
sZI-lprf Sacramento, Cal.
«_ uoogiaT •Teiuoß
S. GERSOfNJ & CO.,
(GENERAL OOMiJiaSION MfiSCHANia AND
Tt Dealers Id
Imported aor- »»mrstle PrslU, Tescto
bleu, fc'atft, E •<•.,.
No. 220 J rtrect, betwo«n Secomi o<i Third, Sacra
manto - . rt-lm
WILLIAM M. LYON,
(Successor to LYON & BARNES)
COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND WHOLESALE DKALKR IN
3E» XC O 3T3 -^j- OB
NOS. 117. 119 AND 123 J STKEET.
021-lpM
FRUIT DEALERS,
.A.wxiaa'fxoziar x
4 TAVn,"O REMOVED TO MORE COMMODIOCS
11 premacs, we have enlarged our stock. We
offer you cho e Apples, fuee from worms, Umon»,
Umw, Granges, Dried Fruits, Nuta, Datet, Canned
Goods, etc., at very iow prices.
" . . M. T. BREWER & CO.,
100« to loto S«»nd Btroet, between i and K, Sacra
°"E*o- ati22-tf
W. R. STRONG & CO.,
Wholesale Commission lercliants
Un> BIALEI a 4LL ICTDg OF
CAXIFOKCTA CKKEX AH> »K»B9 FBSIT
NTT3, HOKKY, KKED
An.! ««itena XerehudlM.
0T Ail orden promptly att«n<i*d 10. Addrea :
W. R. STRONG « CO.,
ang-lpim Nn€. j. s and V J «Ui*,t. Sarramecto
Th« nkba(*rib«r dttira to call tha au^niioc of Uwyen, aaUioit,
•ca buiDew men gru*r%Uy throughout Lie Wnt, to the fa< .. itMa
cf ue VALLEY FRESS for drb( taoroof klj pxi prlsi'nj.
He will maintaia the emine.l rvpntasino to long attached to l^*
bocat. Tbe coat of eie-.-Vit an* perfert prlntt-» U Bot freslar
lb-= that which ■:. diaarreetKe V eTe t'i iami. AJdma
H. A. WHVn, in 1 St.. StatmuAo, &L
oS-4plm
____MISC^,LAJ!ir£OITS.
ElllillMllMMi
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of tha Chest
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns end
Scalds, Genera! Bodily
Pahs,
Tooih, Ear and Headache, Frcstet
Feet end Ears, and all other
Pains ar.d he'nes.
flo Preparation on earth equals St. jAi-ors On
as a mifc, siirr, slni)ile ar.d cheap Extern
Remedy. A trial .-i.i.il., but the comparatireN
trifling cut:ay of 50 Cents, and every ono suflprirg
vilh pain cun havu cheap acu positive proof of iu
claims.
Directions in Hleven Larynoges-
EOl'J .^T ALL DRCOGI3TS AND BEALEES
IN MEDICINE.
A. VO6ELER & CO.,
. r.i-Himnrr. Md.. JT. S. .
No Whiskey!
Brown's Iron Bitters
is one of the very few tonic
medicines that are not com
posed mostly of alcohol or
whiskey, thus becoming a
fruitful source of intemper
ance by promoting a desire
for rum.
Brown's Iron Bitters
is guaranteed to be a non
intoxicating stimulant, and
it will, in nearly every case,
take the place of all liquor,
and at the same time abso
lutely kill the desire for
whiskey and other intoxi
cating beverages.
Rev. G.W. Rice, editor of
the American Christian Re
view, says of Brown's Iron
Bitters :
Cin.,O.,Xov. 1 6, iSBr.
Gents : — The foolish wast
ing ol vital force in business,
pleasure, and vicious indul
gence of our people, makes
your preparation a necessity ;
and if applied, will save hun
dreds who resort to saloons
for temporary recuperation.
Brown's Iron Bitters
has been thoroughly tested
for dyspepsia, indigestion,
biliousness, weakness, debil
ity, overwork, rheumatism,
neuralgia, consumption,
liver complaints, kidney
troubles, &c, and it never
fails to render speedy and
permanent relief.
I IS A BURECURE I
I for all diseases of the Kidneys anti i
—LIVER—
f Ithaospecinoßrti'ncnthiaraoßtimportiint J.
1 oif;;ra, enabling it to tiirow eff torpidity and i
L inaction, stimulating the Uoaitliy secretion J.
t of th» Bile, and by keeping the bowels in free £
9 condition, oETcctinj? its regular diwVlve. m
t Rflokl«^»itO iryouai-csufll'ringfroTn A
| WZcMtZ'lcl* matate,hnnthadima,|
f are bilioit", dysiwptii;, or constipated. Kid- J
k ney-Wcrt wil 1 surely iv-licve & quickly cure. J '
w In this season to c>.insetho System, every I
IP cncahould-tato a thorouphcourscof it. [(] J
| SOLD BY DRUCCISTS. Price 81. j
JOHNT.STOLL"
No. 610 K street, Sicramenlo, Cal.,
f,,/\ Ifjnufactnrcr of
df./ \ /y_ f't.I>',HAHNV>S.
If! "~~y "A
\ ULfi-TKEES, etc.
j^^^^BEft h Shfjr of tbc bt^'t
' 'itt itxi'l IJLtH.y HAKU
r ' *Mi WAKE, WHIPS,
EC'vipiM KOBES, RLA.NK
LS tT3, BRCSHES,
V} 383 etc. My poods are
/- ■"■''•' _\j? gnarantced to be
•, \ a« represented.
I _~^gi I DIREIT LKTTURS:
V* . 'J BOX 54,
\ Karrnmriilo,
\t pl-l Him
WILCOX& WHITE OSGAJf S
—AI WARIRC-OIU OF—
«o. %V) J atift,- +,\cTm.,\rr.lo
JWScld on the Inatallmeal pi»n. Orders for
lUfflKO rnimntly attc.nlort to. »n9r. i:-l»n
BTAR MILLS AND MALT HOUSE,
KKrBOrKG «l L*«.' v
■VT-OS. 50, 52 AND M FIFTH ST., SACRAMENTO,
X^l dealers in Produce and Brewer?' B'ipplien Man
ui»etnrer» of Ma!t an.l ail kinda of Meal» ; OatmeaJ
Cornmeal, Cracked Whe»t, Graham Flour, Buck'
wheat Flour, etc. Sew Grain Bags for sale A^ent?
or Buckeye KiU» Flonr, HarysyilJe. »ul7-lp
PACIFIC SLOPE.
Bnd<lrn Death In Haekton-Cold V- . nil. r
—Hi nubile .n ' Drleeale i . i, •! Iv
Idaho— H)gh«ay I: ,l>!) r> at Merced—
Another Kurihtiaake shock— Hardcrnl,
Kwbbed nn-l Thrown lulu a Bivrr—
Cullldk 4ff.il- at s.-iiiii Bosa-Elcctlon
alclurn* >ni ;<!,» With a Sholgun— Etc.
[BPICIAL DI3PATCHIB TO TUB RKCOEO-USIOK. ]
CAIIFOBXIA.
The if. iriil I !r <1.,u.
San BuenaV£NTTka, November 13tb. —
The official count givea Es'ee 540 and Stc ne
man 574, while tLe rest of the Dfinocratic
State ticket has a nifcj >rity of 18. Tally
beaU Wiodu AS. Of the cjnnty ticket, tbe
Repnblicirs elf ct the Clerk, District Attor
ney and the Bjard of SupervUors. Staele
(R"P ) 13 eUctcd to the Ser.at», and Starke
(D^m ) to the Hous».
LAKfPOET, November 13b.— The official
count of election returns of Like county wai
completed today, with the following resul* :
For Governor — Stonemsn 730, E*"ee 420;
Cooeresemen at L-.rec— Glagcock 729, Sura,
ncr 720, Edgertoo 438, Morrow 442 ; Con
prcErimnn (Tt,ird District)— Henley 71'J Da
Haven 450 ; for Joint S^cator— Spencer 727,
Metritt 443 ; fjr A«atmb!yaian— Crumpton
.777, N0,12C0.
AiiiCRN. Kovcmt'ei 13->.— Placer county
official, gives Orutclitr, for the Beard o'
Eqa:liE'ition, 1,554 votes, Morebouae 1.241
--a fold Wave.
Poscma, November i»:fc.— Last night was j
the c^l!..^t cf tbe fct?»r. The froat was
heivy, the :c? this morcing beitg from oce
qusr'er to hh'.f an iLch tbick. Tbe grapes
O' t mu-t hnve suffered, but rcost of the crop
has been pi. ked, and yields far btyicd tx- i
pectatiocs.
, Merced, November 13th.— Thn morninf;
there waa ■ heavy frost hire, kiiliDg ten.'e'r
regetatico and cau-:n^ tho trees to east their
leaves. The first f, st of the season appeared
on Saturday morciag hut, but was too light
to affect vegetation. The weather id now
cool and c.ear, wit!i the wind north.
Dropped Bead.
Stockton, N^ver.iher 13"h.— This mcrnirp,
about 8 u'eioeir, J.ii'ies E, Wilson, a paper
liauger at wnrk for Barigfr & Tiro., weti», :nt>
his employer'd slorp, and -.vbile tetkfog wi h
esverul there, fud-istly fell ag>ir»t the stove
anl then to th« floor, dead. The decens <l
m a native of Maiyland, *u«d 47 rears, and
UDoiirried. Ho wis a member of Stockfon '
L» : ?e. Hp. 11. I. O. Or. Tie cause of his j
■i^ath was cerebral apoplexy.
Highway Kolibvry In Kcirfd.
Meeceo, November 13th —A h'gliway
robbery was committed on Frost Htreet, in
thh placs, last ni^ht, -. man n mcd Z ; kacd,
of Mari::osa couufy, being the '.iotini. He
ey« Ie wap attacie-J by three men, knocked
d.wu, ?ad ?03 taken fr.:n, his person — all the
mcjjy Le Lad wi'h him.
A < liild's Narrow ::>•■:;;.«■
Sonoma. November 13 ;i.— On Satwli j
afternoon the 0-yearcld Kon of L. Broz ani,
an Italian, fell from .1 l.e-.vy lead of ttooc 1 ,
and was rnti over. Ti.i vuh cue- wheel ;
over his leg &cd arm, no b.»r.e3 were broken.
r>hnk<n Ip Arnln.
Mksdccino, KomDbm 13,h.— There was
an'.th^r earth^aike felc hlorg tbe coa<t li-e
l>»t tight about 12 o'clock. It was quite
sharp.
Aurora ISortallM.
Viecima, Njvea:ber 13 b.— There was a
briiliaiit aurora bortsli'j hen this in; riii;.R.
b ginuins at 12 o'oloek. A>> v' 2 o'clock the
gtrtamtrs reached cut over tUe tail (t the
comet.
Train l»cl yrd.
Lcs Akgeles, November 13h.— The traiu
fiom San Trsooboo, due here o*. 8 this n-.orn
ing, did not get ia ri!l B^o r. M Tha
•i :i ws^ «. ing to » landslide i Q the Tehach
ipi mountainr', caused by the recent rtiina.
The A'lautic txprees awaited its arrival.
Second Trial of Clarence Cray for Ike j
Mnrdcr of 1 he- dorr «;iiiiic<-.
Redwood Citt, November 13:h.— The
second trial of Clarence Gray, f.ir the murder
of Theodore Glancev at Satita B.rbara, was
commenced in ihe Superior Court thiß mora
iDg. Me?sr3. Thorutoc. Bi.-hup, Fox, MaaSe
and Fi'zpairick appeared for the defendant,
and Jl£fsrß. ThcQias, Johnson and Deputy
District Attorney St>aK«e for the people.
The defendante asked for a continuance, on i
the ground that eorne of their witnesFPS were !
not present ; but the motion tras denied. It '
was then agre&d Ve'.ween tbo ciu'iecl that the I
tebiimony of the abaent wito»ssc3 ehouli b>- i
read from their tesliminy Kivea at the former
trial. Tbe Heieoticn . f ■ jn-y \ru t!i?n corn- I
mecced, and at 5 o'clock the C\urt ad jenrned,
having secured three jurymen during the day.
Following are the jurymen accepted : Saicuel
Hal!, J. B'>yc3 and John Donald.
fIIMWU ('fitting <U:i
Santa Rosa, November 13;h. —In a
Cbiotiie orainbiinp housa here last ni^ht one j
Chinaman w;;b dargercus'y cut 1 y three of |
h:s countrymen, who escaped. A reward of |
$200 is offered 1 y a Chinaman here for their j
arres f .
Conimlßßli>ner Cone's Barn Burned.
Red Bluff, Noverab?r 13th.— Yesterday
morninß a fii-e occarred on J. S. Core's
rsneb, about four mi;e3 east of this place
in a laree barn containing 7(J horses and ;
mules, 50 seU of harces?, 125 tons of hay j
ar.d 75 tons of barley. Other buildirps ad- i
j >intd the bam, but they were saved. The j
fire caught in th? center of the barn, which
was 180 feet lore, in a room where two farm
hencis weie site pin?. Fifty animals were !
burr.cd to death ard several more will have
to ba killed. Mr. Tone leaves for San Fran- '
cieco this morning to purchase mule*. The I
total loes is §20,000 ; insurance about 85 000
on the mules.
A Boy nllh a Pistol. '
Stockton-, November 13'.h.— Genrge I->bel\ ■
a lad 10 years of asre, was danperomdy I
wounde j yesterday by a bullet fired by a boy
about 15 years of age, and a stranger to him,
whom he met on the outskirts of the city.
Isbell was twenty five feet distant wbsn tup
shot was firod, and wha'her it was accidental
or not he did not knew. The ball entered
the right side, above the hip, and lodged in
the kidneys. The boy who did the shooting
ha 3 rotbsec apprehended.
NT.ViDA.
Dernnlllng Trranorer Pardoned.
Cabsojj, NovemVr 13',b.— Carrick, the de- I
faulting Treasurer of Storey county, sen
tenced to tea years' imprisonment, was
pardoned to-d,iv. His fine of 821,000 waa
not .i- i'.lri.
IDAHO.
Hepiibllran [■<!■•,•. r-.
Boise Citt, Kc-vcmber 13tb.— Sicgieere
(R-p ) for Delegate has a majority of 3,1f!0
heard from. It wili reach 3,500 when all the
returns are in.
MOHM9L
A nrlllsh Ship In TmuMr.
Portland, November 13th. — The danger i
to the British ship Nebo was much greater
than indicated by the meager dispatch a few
days ago. Shortly after being towed to sea
a terrific Rale took away hei foremast and
jibboom. She became unmanageable, and !
drifted northward to Shoal water Bay. The
next morning the tv? Pioneer went out to
bring in the rfea Nymph, and wa3 signaled
to Bteam to Shaalwater Bay. as the Nebo
had signaled, "Send us a tntj, or we
are lost." Notwithstanding the very heivy
sea, the Pioneer got a hawser to the Nebo and
towed her about eighteen hours out of sight
of land, and the ship put ;.!> ut to San Fran
cisco. The next day the Pioneer returned
to Astoria, got a snpply of coal and started
to ficd the Nebo, for the purpose of towing
her to San Francisco for repiira. Up to latt i
n:.-l t neither ship uor tin? had been heard
from. Both are expected to arrive in San
Fracciico to-morrow.
Sttlclde ttllta a Shotgun.
Pobtlasi), November 13th. — Lewis Curtis,
a farmer, unmarried, living near McMinn
ville, Yamhill county, committed suicide
yesterday by blowing out hi» brains with a
shotgun. Temporary insanity was the cause.
He left bis motLer'« hiu-e and went to his
cabin, held the ehotgrun in hi» right han<l and
touched the trigger with a stick in the left.
Murdered, Bobbfd nnd Thrown Into (be
Blvtr.
PoBTLANn, November 13th.— The body of
Ambrose Patton, a carpenter, was found in
CowlitJ! river, near Freeport, W. T., yester
day, evidently murdered. He was lint seen
alive Sunday, the sth inst, and was on his
way from borne to a dwelling he was build
ing. Eleven buckshot wounds were in his
left side, five cf which would have been fatal.
Thfi murderer must have been secreted in an
old stable. The body was evidently dragged
from the road to the bluff overhanging the
IMIMT BBm t\-u- ;.R!LS.
VOMMe x*l— mntiEH ft.
river, as his knifp, pocket comb aT>d t. o'.h
bra^h were s. attred in this d'rection. He
was kiown 'o'ave $150 it. bis pocket, and
i t!'i» ia mhrfve, t'ge'.her wi;h a si:vtr wntch.
; There is no dv?, ao f»r us kn wn. Patten
i h^d no eucrj'ifs. He wi>s nl- A, iada3triou«
i citiz^r, ar.d leaves a lar^e f a.i ly.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Ofllrial « > ip>- or Elc.-lfon :> !:._-r.s -
Banquet to CnKNHWH Page — The
"DniiiJ." 801 lor (be Police Court—
I'omplKlnt of a «Mfe'n t't nelli — tranm
Wa-htvl «\.ri ii . -.! and Dronni A— The
le Uoy Ktl :Cc ucreßKor t • Hrmitblll
Cboicn— Etc.
fIPICIAIj DISFATCHSS TO TO* SMCekD-CSKM.I
The Official Canvass.
San Frakcisco, Novsaii..fcr 13:h.— This
morning the ''■ ■-■ «iJ i.f Eltciinn Cornniiifcion
ers u&K at the rooms of the Board of Super
visors to CJBVass the returns OMt at the elec
tion last week. CommUbioners Grady,
Cowdery and Humphreys were present. It
will take ful'y two week*, it is thought, to
com; leia the CMTm This morning three
prtcincU were completed in oue hour.
A Husband Complains of III* Wire*
Crurllj.
San Francisco, November 13th.— There
was Leird this morning before Jui'ge Evans
the compUint by William Banks for a divorce
from hw wife, Sarah Jan? lUr.ks, on the
atoned of cruelly. Tii6 parl'e-, were married
ia E: gland some twenty ago. The
plaiutitf ai-d his daughter, Ein:i;a B&nke, tes
tified to the acts o( the sll r<.. cruelty, and
I Judfje E»ans took . a.ttf ■ Jer ad.^Ue
i ment. iie will . m not r^ .-tented in
Court.
Wasatil Ovesbitat! in ■ <:nlc.
San Fhjncisco, N'sTsabat VMh. The
bark Gcmania eiaa into port this itorning
from pepir'ute B-y. In i!- nemotan^b ot'
the trip -Mp rc-pnrc-- that in ti:o 4 r: iuftant,
iv l*ti:uJt; 4T° 40' Lt r:h i.Ld :• i..-i ace 127*60'
weat, a souih;\i- ' eLccuatared. A
hecvy «a« d .■■,;■ Entbe m rnicg.
Oku Lwi?, a Kami . -bed over
l^oaid a. J drowned, 'I'h ■ h ;:■!"?. ork at the
main pomps wu br ke; •>■ n »Uo the side
ol thcenpio boose ' -, native of
•-7 y ;::e.
llic Es:i.te of tfcuim It Ror.
Sas Francisco, Nov-übci' i3-.li. — Iv the
Probate Depaitawt cf tie Sat: rior Court
to !ay, wten ibe c»fe of lit* isace of the
laic T :c«'ore L: Koy vuoalkd, W. H. L.
Bi;neß, o: con il 1 ;. r .-;.!::ij A. Le Roy
( orm< i'y c a!:ie Hinskl«y, '.he a> rts..), who,
:•. ' widow o: the d.:csLEed, Ust witk tiled a
peti'ion for dictributfon, aski :-f"r » coctiun
ance. In -'.cor kfaat the cO-i ■ :' the peti
'.ijr.er tnd the oth^r hfcir» may L>; heard at
Iv him tii'_e, the C nrt ; r.>; trd a coiiticu
ancxi'lil NoTOml .: "7 '
An Itsnae Kosher- -Viuuku in ilic Pol cc
r.url.
EUb Francisco, Nov«n,bei- 13. h. — About
1 o'clock this morniLg . ffi^sr St«cton f n id
v woman wandeiitt; areuLd Cisrn itnet,
carrying an infant ia ';er imv. Sba v.:,i
taken to ths city prison ard bo 'ked asioaßae.
The ():unken roll ia P. lie Court Number
O?r tbti mornii - - braotd ninety beven
names. Rixvr,r c ..- isid, tvan^ni f-r
--ftii.ed their b»i!, r aaaatiag to $180, and ihe
remainder were fenteuced to twenty-four
hours each in the ci;y prisor.
■ ' _'■ r-:i.i<|Tii'|. | ..i-niiiiilll'^ ■■MtMOT—
The ißtlustrlal School.
Sak Franciecv.', Njverxber 13:h. — Con
gre?siran l*»t;e w?.ti RiTM an elojant banquet
t»ni^Lt at tha Maig->n D to by a Lumber of
his fr>L(ib id O^ki.inJ and Sun Fr,iuclsco.
Rev. Dr. Sprechtr w^b deeted to-ni^ht
p:iy'<rof tao Culvarv Pnatyteriaa Cbun!-,
tr' fill ths vacancy cau»ed by t!.e rcßigoaticn
. f lUv. John H'.mpbill.
Tbij afternoon th>i Indpstri il School Com
mittee met in secret sessi.ia, to coneider the
c ■ 'lit- develi pments uf the drsgnstioi; coinii
tion of affaue at that Institution.
Judgment Eeversi'd mil ObM U' minified
for v v .>« Trial.
San Fuancisco, November 13. h.— In the
safe oi Dagjiett, who was coaviotad of man
eli'i^'.iter in Jujje Free'ou'o Court and sen
tei.ced to tVroc ytira and ;ix moiit : j»' impris
onment for killicg R brrt Sheri'..". en the
11th of Xo member, 1881, the fv.ipr. me Court
— all the Jtidgis corcnrrini- — hia n-venedthe
iu-iga)-?! t, ::=1 r. nr.r.r.d' i '.~z ;:»=o In a :.0.7
trial. The ground upon which the judgment
i* riverbed is 'ha rniisf.i.!ti of the JuJga to
charge the jury that in determining whether
or not ijeff n '»■ t «■-.■; k' ll '''? beyoad a te&soc
able doabt, bi< goad repat&Uon as to traits
JDvo'vod in <he charge, if ; rover, should be
weighed as any otfcet f.. :•. Lht.,t iihed, and
that it mi^hi. be sufficient to oiwtte n doubt
as tc his vi';.
PASSENGER LIST.
Oarlin, November 13;h.— Parsed here to
flay, t'i arrive iv Sacramento tc-monrow :
Max C<>hc. Germany ; Mrs. E. Ke_>n, G.
R .■">, New York City ; Mrs. C. i lark a:id
■on, Misrf A. Kercluw, New /C-..1,ud; Mrs.
M. L Day, Mr-. K. B. Dixon, Chicago ;
Mr?. S. R,m»r>, Virgitij. City, Ntv.; G. W.
I G>tba!B, U. S. A.; Mr. ami Mrs. Dr. Pop
hann, A. C.-uitkis'.uiik, Miss Crutoksbsnk,
Miss B. Cruicksl.Ank, Sydney, Australia ;
L. Taylor, England ; Mrs. H W. I'tiUman,
Colutnbas, O.; J»h:i !'.. Keiai, Bin, J. B.
i KrUo, Miss Hannah M. Kelso, Vittsburg,
Pa.; Gaorpe S. Wilcox and daughter, Con
necticut ;T. G. Andcncn, Oanvi . ; L. Van
Laak, San Francifco ; M?p. O. P. Pcwerp,
0.-oviUe, Cal ; Mrp. A. C. N:,b!e and child,
lowa ; Mrs. C. Wi'ii^iiiß, Stockton ; Mr. and
Mr?. Charies Uarti-on, Losdon, Kugland ;
Mrs. J.hn Lawson ami cf.ilii, Brooklyn,
N. Y;F. A. llaber, San Krancif.-o ; 102 em
igrant passengers iucluding 7- males, to
artivein Sacramento November Lsth,
Newhali, November 13'.h.— Passed here
to-day, to arrive in San Francisco to- morrow:
Mra. B. H. Deane, San Francisco; T. B.
Hold, Dover, N. J.; A. Martin, San Jose;
Mrs. J. M. Hixann, G. t . PUuford, San
Francisco; Mary T. Collits, Ptrtlacd; R.
Nade.au, Lob Anselea ; Tiiecdor t\ WLiw
an.i family, Cscbise, A. T.; If. If. Dreyfus,
; San Francisco ; D. liinsl.>w and -vife, Oak
lajd ; (Jeorge B, Bftbccck. Oakland ; Fred.
P. Grifß h, 1,.-b AanlH ; R. J. r.yrch, Kd
w»od City ; Wm. Fyck, O;io ; S. Reed, It.
Difier, Arizona; Frank O'Hara, Cliica»o ;
W. C. Hurd, Saa Francisco; Charles Ed
war<l>, Tucson ; C. Ki»selbsch i.iaymac, J.
Roaecthal, F. Ftosherp. Sm Frinohou ; S.
R. Gnnn, San Jo?e ; J. W. Bealy. New Yurk.
Omaha, November 13th.— I.;h hera to-day,
to arrive in Sacramsuto ttormoba 17. h :
George R. Fuller. Rochester, X. V.; John
W. Robertc, San Francisco; ''. o. Sberiiin,
Mazitlan, Htzioo; Ihnv 1". W.-rd, Nciv
York ; Mrs. Ortcn, VirtianH. M. .; James
Mnitoo, Boston ; Kl>nrU Il;irr.'D, Balti
more.
Forty-ninp through mfgrant* Uft en Sat
urday ni^ht'n emigr.-.tt !r.i:, to arrive in
Sacramen'.o Novembi r 20 > .
San Francisco Stock Sales.
■OH3TISQ BBMmX.
2«0 Ophlr 3' j". Csj JOO t ' ' .-.:■; ■(«: ■
• xtea-n i 4 • : i :...,„
.iC 1 ' 1 ;..'i..:i ■■ 5c
I J6O Ifest*B 6) »70 Union 11-rii
■ f.irula. 2Sc WJ II 45J
250Havage 75rl 60 Ac ..-». 'g-o
5050 Gin. V» fir, 460 Be irlon SV'iKc
3LON. Eellelale iS< ; 60 Occi lent*! 160
4SOOhoU« I JsJfl V, 5» Albion 3 C&.l 50
- . t,«l 1 2E! Dlßwiic 315
130 Hale* Nor. XV 75 M White ' 3»
23/:r.,int I X 2&0 Indeiwn 35i
SOY. Jacket 1 30! 300 N»v»j., »«
200 I>iy 25c 1 80N. Belle 11l
VißoOie XJ MOro 5J
2 0 Imperial Sc | 150 Monc ke
2M Alpha 1 10: 450 Noonday 3 o
150 Belcher BCc' MO Belle lie Mo
20 Kentuck H^SftjWa'et Oc
esOßterraKer 51
ArTEBNOOB MMIOK.
200 N. FeDe 1H SO (.oLfi.lewc 800
SOOCJ.Priw 25c 2»O»erman 7SO
tMlArgenta. 30c SO PotoKl 1 15
MONaraJo a W)ne«**B 5
I*lo liiJei»ja 1 900H>r.'OQ, 15c
SOOF.lko 10c COJusOce.... ' 'lc
470«oiUdAC 2 85 100 California aso
1300 Belle I*le 60c «» Day 'ioo
500Wak-3 25c &» Orhir 2 95
I*os Albion 3 65 930 U Virßtiiia Ha
500 Mt DkUo 375 IOAkIm '750
360 N. Beile Isle 36c 350 Hale k N 135
60Mono Isc 560 Point „ 125
»»Atla» c 550 Hcorviun '85<>K>c
17C0Choil« 1 X«t> 4o| 4C-1 Uoion . 6»
4«R Nerada. 4 981 530 T. Jaotat '.'.'.IM
3Vj saiace 7^*73 3 0 Bolchet 70c
ISO Utah 3 55(.«3 30 1 330 Mexican 3 1 jji 35
« -♦
November 14, 1 SC, 1, Ueneral Sherman be
gan his march from the Atlantie to, the ne».
Twentyons years ago to-day tha United
Slate 9 Christian CommUaion wja organized.
"It never pains but what it roars "— «aid
the old lady abnnt her rhenmatism, which
was also attended by a sprained arm and ear
ache. Our venerable friend used St. J&cjbg
Oil and waa cured of all her troubles.
An enricherof the blood and rmrfier of the
«yßt«m ; cures lawituda and lack of eae-gv •
such ia Brown* Iron Bitters.

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