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DAILY SEiOBB nCKIES -1)) L. UViY-SW. l«u. "fIE MILY RECORD-UNION. Eater-. ■!:.: i!iv rWOflkeuSacranicnto », >o-und <Ja^ matter PUBLISHED BT THE Sacramento Publishing Company. ■■ ■• MILls, General Haaaccr. ,v«bi, . :.■ ;ion Offlce, Third St., ket. i aad K. THE DAILY RKCOKB-CITIOH tapnbliahed eitrj da? of the week. Sunday! exoecrted. Forosevear tg 00 fiit.ii :. :i,ha. 3 a) »or'.!ir. ■ • months j 00 Hubscribere served bf Carriers at Fifths OxSTt jwr week. In all Interior dtle« ud town* the V*per M be had of the principal Periodical Dealers Hewsn-t-u and Agents. AUvirtl,ißK Kates la Dally Reeorri-I Kion. OntSquk-.n. 1 time fl 00 Onstmu^e. SUme*. 1 T5 One &,..*---. 3 times. 180 Each aaiiioual time. 80 lWeek. » Weeks, lltonth Ha!(K. : ..,^ I.< pv . f2 50 $3 80 »6 00 Hali Square. M pace SM 6 00 8 00 Bktt Square, Mpafa S 00 4 SO 8 00 Hall S.;«*n., 4!h page 100 3 00 4 00 One Efcij.irv.lt! page J » t 00 T 00 ! nnaßqru-.7dpace 800 7 00 10 00 o-je imi, m rage 4 on 600 800 Joe Sqnen, tta page 300 400 600 Star !T( Has, to follow reading matter, twenty-Si a onnte aßn fo» each insertion. AOTerti . euttuf Mitnatlom Wanted. Housesto Let, ■oeiety \i ■ . ■.■ lit.-, etc.. «f nvi likes ob Line, will be •cmiiw.' ! _ I-vDjiily Kxcobd-Uhioh as followi : Oaethoi Sf rents Three tiai«« 50 oeuu •ta» «Ml iDceaii Hetes « or<l» to eoLctltute a line. THK WFfcKLY IXIOX Tubiiamxi ia aemi-weeklf parta) Is Vr.> 1 a Werlnwiay and Rr-turday of each week, oom^rkitu Evht Pum in each Issue, or Sixteen Van* met w§ >■ &nd la Hit- cheapest and most deeiiable Borne. Bflil and LJV'rary Journal pabll&hed on the ' Padfi ■ ooa;t Terms Oai Year. $2 50 j S*=. i -<■;"■■ -M;- t nion A<Jt erUolus Sate*. Half 80-are, 1 time $1 0C | Bach aolf.'ocal time 6C OmS<VJ*re. ltime S 00 tSact —J U-^.r.k.'' time 2 60 WANTED, LOST AND FOUND. AdTerti^ements of nve lines in this department are o».ru< for 25 c--xitß for one time : three time* for £0 McU or 75 oe&U pur week. WANTED — A SITUATION TO DSIVE A team or carriage, and to take care of same, by a stea ly your.ij m*n mho tiT.derstands his business. I-* a milker aipo, and willing to irake himself useful. Good references I,'ivi.n, if required. Address J. S , this ..gioe. nl4-lw' WASTED— A YOUNG GIRL TO DO LIGHT h-.jsework in a small family. Inquire at the BorthWMt c .rner NintUenth and N strf et9. nl3-lw* PERSONAL- JOHN PRATOR T.MMONS 13 A resident of Cr?«l*haw Citv, Yavapai county, Arizona IVr.it. rv. uid is desirous of informing his waters, lbs. S.»r.h t. tirimm and Mrp. Ann Eliza K«doi, r»!;d his brother, William O. Timnionp, of his whereabouts. 027-lm* STOLK.N- A DIRTY ROAN UORSE,<2V •abrbi UMO to l.ioo; right hind JJ^ITV foot qpotted : brand 1' under mane, rii.'ht/'C w side of oeok; \>a*xi ami trots. SJS rvwam icr 'iu fnrm^'ni !c.>diii.- to recovtry of horse. Stolen June 1-:. or then. N. J. OEER, _024 I-..- El Dorado, Cal. «TANTED— MALE : FOUR RANCH HANDS, V^ |30; two Hi Icen.dO; Mm to drive sand teim. |S0; Woodd ■■.•ier-<, ?'. 75 to $i per cord. Female : Womn nr..i GirU for Housework, 815 to *20; two Waiter Oirla fjr hotel. MASTERS 4 CO.'S Etc i.lovment Orticc, No. 1025 Eighth street, near K 07-tf WANTED. MALE- EIGHT RANCH HANDS, WAGES $20 to $28 ; 30 wojd^hoppers, wages ?1 50 to (3 I«rci>rd ; 4 teams' err", ?2C. ; also, 2 cabinetmakers, 3 waiter*. I cookp. FEMALE : Three Girls br Houße work, *l. r . to |BB ; also 2 ciils for chamberwork and •raiting ; a hoiiK-kcct't-r ; 5 i^irW to take care of children. Applv to BOUSTON & CO.'S Em ;.loyment Office, Fourth and K street*, Sacramento. aul3-lntf TO LET 0B FOB SALE. i'.rj.— nwuo! Etc l!i>ei In this de^utmeat aro fcnrM • niZcente fat nnt \!mo; throe time* lot t'i sants n |l c-'nit r<ir week. SHEEP FOR SALTC jm cheap, 500 head oi Grided Merino Sheep, in line condition, suitable cither V^Bftyv for 6tck or mutton. For particulars in *iuJd» quire of K. OWK.V, 1212 F street, or at Oak Hall on the Riverside rjad, where theßheep can be seen. ' r.Ulw' I \4t4IED ROOMS To LET-TWO BLOCKS \_ liam Capitol, on northsast corner Eighth and Mftrcef. Inquire at the Grocery below. nl3-lw* FOR SAIE-13 ACUCS OF SO. 1 LAND.gM hinj just east of Sacr: mento city, iirxtwßr 0 the Aik<n . rcliar.'. Apply to W. S. MhiSICK* * J " or L C. C:i A%DLf.R, i pucct, lwvween iitcond and Third. nil tf ASIITE Of FL'KNISIU.D ROOMS TO LSD a private residence. Inquire at 916) Seventh street, tMtWMO. I and J, or address G. W. F.. this office. n3-tf ■\TATHAN BUILDING, CORNER OF SEVENTH X^ »nci 1 streets— This 'juildini; hiving been thor oughly ronovaUd an 1 refurnished, pleanant Fur nishod Roims cin be rented by responsible parties by the .i'iy, week or month. Apply on the prem ises. nS-tf ORLEANS HOT RL — FIRST -CLA««S FUK nishod and inf r.rr.lshed rooms to let to gentle man oi Uuiiiim hv tiw <i«y, week or month. IDIS Second strtet, betwsea J and K. MKS. U. *T. OGG, Proprietresi'. n2-tf ~TO LEASE OR SELL, WT^in'^: ;ton ii i.ooo acres of the best 1 llopur iira'ir.i Lan<l in the county. G«>nd Hop P- ties fur sale, at $2 per hundred (ntanding); railrond t:.n. u< h the land. See WILLIAM HICKS, Cosun>nps ; or, T. L. ACOCK, No. 904 Seventh street, Sacramento. 020-lplra* MONEY TO LO&K ON REAL ESTATE, AT A LOW HATTJ OF IN ttrcrt, by PETER BOHL 526 J street. aul7-tf umm (inn kr«taika<«t. Kfiti K STRKKT . H^ s BEFX THOROUGHLY O\f»f Pbftttoi n-id rcfuruished. and will hereafter b« ru!i as a Firvt cl\ h BHfAUKA>T. Meals, only 25 centi: Board, ?4 par week. JOHN LAMKIN, Pru[iritt»r. nlllm QOLOSK EAQL£ HOTEL, BKTKMTH A.VD K STREETS SAO \j wninte>—- ""jrt-clii 1l e*-ory resntct. The Iflx^e^.t, Kir.'-- : iod '>■'■ nft YlTntiHittfl Botd iu U c '. ; .ty RATKS- «S. K 50 »nd 12 rxr dHy, acoordinf tc roosL ri-^t Eru: to and (.•to the Hole!. J. HbNASSOt '■ at* of Dc^rjr), ni-*r~'-. Plow hunt ~HOTEL LANQ-'AM. rf^ORJTi H FOUr.TU k2M> L hX7<SSX^ ACBA mento — S'-rlctly Srsi^lara, on tfto Simpo».^'p!an. T. D. Sen . sr 1 * Cwria^es will tako »U pagsamren Vee of choj^e ?rom t>ep f >t to Hyt<; M nl Jp'.ir, TERKY * CO., Mamurerß. IJ.*«»OM HOTEU SECOI.r. ASS 'i SniKETS, SACK-V^EKTO. Ct.:. Ihirwn. Fit rrn'i mil fj por illj Spcrta' rate* '■ '■ Wj&i choice I'.rjnorn and clpur. '.•■,: :ru.ji 11 a. h. tiii 2r. «. W. •'. ("JOi") EO\*. r £iiS, _nl-4plni Pr:>?rie;or. RC6TAURANT DE FRANCE, <O» K RTRKR, ADJOINING £?^ — <£;.■£& tiv- M. r •,. :ti,i Theater. -jJsQBK llandsv.y:o I i ~ for panics. LOUU PAYKH, Proprietor, "Sf"^" r .■( the Hotel de France. MISSISSIPPI KITCHEN. •mil ans> rnor nor»i, A.* cS ;<-. C}--".i Jay end night. A. J. &LICATZ, rioprletor. \J_J a!9-4plm CIAIBVOYANTS. ■V-OW U THE TIME TO GET YOUR FOR- -4. J^ tune told. — t'eiding of the put, present *^b and future. MRS. I. C. AXDKEWS, the *> well-known Character Read'r, Fortune Teller and CUirvoviMt, Seventh street, between G and H, next do.)r to A. M. E. Church. Inform tion given on business, mining stock, and all frames 0! chance. nil- TO BARLEHROWERST A FULL STPrLY OF THE CELEBRATED and prolific WOODS' SIX-SOWED BARLEY, Can now be procured for feed. Average yield, 125 bushels per acre, and weighs ten pounds more per bushel th»n any other barley; very superior for brewing ; does not fall down or lodge, and stools more than any other known. Call upon or address b-joth & co., 87-lpt* Front street. Sacramento «Ep COAL OIL STOVES JS&Jb- ALL SIZES FOR COOKINC 08 PARLOR tBajSJPt USE. Sena for Circular and Price*. £Xmw «!I>TKB * C«.. 17 New Most 'bt^yb^v tcaiery street, 8u Fnodaw. m2T-4r t! SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION. KALE BROS, & CO. REMNANTS ! REMNANTS ! REMNANTS ! It may appear to some that OUR REMNANT DAYS come i rather too often, but you must take into consideration the amount of goods a House like ours can sell in two weeks, during which time not one REMNANT is offered for sale. Everything will be in Preparation WEDNESDAY, NOV. 15th, GREAT CLEARANCE — or — NOTWITHSTANDING THAT IT RAINED VERY HARD JUST TWO WEEKS AGO NOW, OUR STORE WAS CROWDED EAGER PURCHASERS ! Yon will do w a favor, yon who old not come to test the truth of our assertion, by asking your nearest neighbor ; if shs was here on that flay, we know fn-1 well what her answer will lbs. It affords ns the greatest proof that we can give to the public of our sincerity in this move, and of cur determination to close these UEMSANTS entirely out on the day speoifled. KE£P THIS DAY IN YOUR MIND; It will repay the trouble: Wednesday, Nov. 15 AN ABSOLUTE CLEARANCE —or AI.I. — SECriES 3MC 3XT J3L. IBSr*!F £§ I COUNTRY ORDERS filled promptly, and, if not satis factory, money refunded. HALE BROS. & CO., 829, 831, 838, 855 K street, 026 NINTH STREET, SACRAMENTO SACRAMENTO, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15, 1882. mSOELLANEOffS. Palmer & Sepulveda, DBUGGISTS, Northeast Corner Second and K sucets, Sacramento. Special attention given to Compounding Prescriptions— ac-«j^ curacy and absolute purity guaranteed. )f. y^Promenade Bags, Portfolios^Sv yf Paper Knives, Cigarette Cases/V X Cigar Cases, Magic Charm Pencils/%v N\ Glove and Handkerchief Cases, ~^ Fancy Inkstands, Gold Pens, >vxXetter Cases, Book Marks, *f A^Ash Holders, Checkers, J^ >^ Scrap Books, Jr J? Blocks, Games, Toys, \. j^ Christmas Heticules, Chromos on White Satin, y^ Autograph and Photograph yr Albums, Etc., Etc. A large Stock of\ In EndJess Variety. J^ For Juveniles and Adults, in jr >^ paper, cloth, and rich leather bindings. J^ Co£st3>laries, / X. E^%, Etc J/ 208-210 J STUEET; ' SAN FBANUISCO CAEDs"~ SAN FRAMCISOO Business Directory AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. tieoree A. Davin A Co. — Manufacturers' Agent*, ( 3-27 uul ;;. j Market street. Baker A Haiallton— Importers of Airrt ->::r;:rV Implemeuts and H.ir.iw:i rf ; Aircnts o! tne ■'.■■-.. Airr'l Works. Junction Market, Piuc and Davis ate. ARTISTS. Honneworth— Optician and Phofr.?raoher, No. 12 Mout^omery street. Established ia lsol. BUSSNE3S COLLEGES. rariae KnslneM CoJIeKC and Tilegrapbfe Institute — (Life Scholarship, for fcU Bunincm Coarse, $70). W. E. Chimberltin, Jr , and 1. A. Robinson, Pioprietora, No. 320 Post street, oppo site Ucion Square, S. F., Cal. Send for Circulars, CARRIAGES AND WAGONS. glndebakrr Bra*. '5 Tii"i.(nrina Co.—Re pository,3l Market street. A. 11. l&ham, U&ua^or. DRUGS, C&fiMICATS. Je<!in Sstes.— Pioneer Druttpst, removed to 722 Moat(romery St., S. F. Coa-itry orjors solicited. EDUCATIONAL. School of Civil BtrißMrfaß SnrTerlng DraA-ingncil Assiying. ?< Test •.",. A. Vin der Naillen HATS. C. Hfrtmiinn A Co.— 4faMrfMtanM and Im porters. No. 336 Kearny st , ntar I*ine. The finest hits at the lowest priced, Factory: 17 B«ldcD St. HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL. ETC. llnwlej Bros.' llar<lnare Co.— lmporter) cf Hvaware Ai*ricult',:ral Implement*, SO3. 801, 3CS, 806, 3OT and "S:"S -tirLct street, San rmjicisco. Carolan, Co;y A Co.— lmportem of Hardware, Iron aDtl Steel. Aecms for the IMttabare; Steel Wciks, Northwestern Horso Nail Compcnv, and Southiiifrt«)n Cutlery Co. Nog. 120 and 122 Frout streut. »ud Nos. 117 and 113 California utreci RESTAURANTS. Sw*Jm'« Family Bafeerr and IMnine s<Uooa— No. C36 Mirket street. Tie-iciiug esies, Ice crraun, cj7t«r3, Jellies, etc., constantly &a hind. Families supplied. RUBBER AND OIL GOODS. Tb« Catta Pcr-ha and UnbU r 7Saniifa=t> orlnjc Company— Maz.ola?turcrs oi Rabber Goods of every description. Patentees of the celebrated " Maltese Orosa Brand" Cirr. :.izcyi Uo». (k-racr Flnt asd klarket sU'eeta. J. W. Taylor, £!&ns&'cr. STATIONERS, PRn>TTFR3, ETO. H. S. f.Tocfccr A C«.— lmrnirtlns and Manufact. orlnc Statlouern, Printers and LithojraphcTS, K<* tIS. "17 a-T ! 219 Bosh street, above Sa^some. SACRAMENTO RECOR3-UNIOH. Baa Franel»ro Ofllee, St'o. ft >>-n \>nn :_.,:)■ ery MBMI (P»lace Hotel). — J. H. Pi-arpe, Aecr? tG. GRIFFITHS, PENRYN SIUIRfOBKS PEMXT.I, CAU rTIHE BEST VARIETY AJa _M. Lanrest Quarries on the —^Pacific Coast Polished Granite Monument*, Tombstones and Tablet* made to order gr Craalte Balldl as Rt.nr Cmt, I»ns«e4 aad r»Ushed to order. olllp6ai || | - I HI I I f SUITS, SEEDS A W FBODUOE. D. DEBFr<NARDI & CO. General Ccmmlsslon Mercian ts, isd WHOLESALE AND HUB HUli ES Tropical, Californian and Oregon FRUIT AND NUTS; Butter, EgK«, Pooltrj, Game, Honey, VEGETABLES, FISH, OYSTERS, ETC. HT Cmintry orders promptly attended to. "El X«m. ■!■•■* and 310 K street, Sacramento. ra-lptf (Established ISS3.> rjaiHlJ. SRIOORT. TBISI QKISbRT. GREGORY & CO. (Sacccssora to J. Gregory), /COMMISSION' MERCHANTS AND WHOLESALE Vy P—fcn ia I'KOUUCE AND FUUIT. Nos. 126 nnri l's J Street. 821-lptf B»cr»m6nto, Cal. L. iioorir. ». e».c« >». S. GERSOft & CO n GEKEKAL COMMISSION MESCHASTS, AND Dakn in Imported and Domenti>; Fntlts, Tej-fs ble«, Jiutn, rtr. Mo. s:o J ttreot, between Se-?>w^ ad Third, Users. n.-ot.i. j^-Ipj WILLIAM M. LYON. (Sacoe»sor to LTON k BARNES), COMUBSION MERCDAKT AXU nMWH DF.HLER l> NO? 117, 119 AND 123 J STKEET. _ otl-lntf FRUST DEALERS! u&. t 3L n s7£X2s--z*x«3>agr x HATING BF^OYED TO VOEE COMMODIOUS prcnilaee, we h»ve enlarged our stock. We otfer yju cho o Apples, free from worms, Lemonß, Licios, OrMi^-cn, Dri«i Fruits, Auts, Dates, CanneJ Goods, etc., at very low prices. ■ M. T. BtIEVTER & CO., ICO6 tn 1010 Second street, between J snd K, Basr». mento. »u22-tf W. R. STRUNG & CO., Wholesale Commission Merchants urg DiAun is i-.T, mrsg or CAXIF6XnA CKEEK ASB D&IEB rerTP NCTB, HO.VET, SEED Aad C«ueral fierchaadlor. JIT Ail orders prmni -.: v attended to. Addre* : W. R. BThOKa ft CO., scS-lplm K ■-..■'. ;". S and 1j J street, <». njr.er.:- . STAR MILLS AND MALT HOUSE, MinWKC A LACES, T^OS. SO. 52 AND 54 FIFTH ST., BACRAMENTO X^l dealers in Produce and Brewers' Supplied. Man ufacturers of Malt and all kinds of Meals ; Oatmeal Cornmeal, Cracked Wbeat, Graham Floor, Buck wheat Floor, etc New Grain Bags for sale Agents or Backers Mills Floor, Maryrrilie. aulTlp MISOELLAUEQUS. TOR. Neuralgia, Sciatica, L.nbago, Backache, Sorenss<: of the Chesi Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Spell ings and Sprains, Burns and Scalds, General Bodily Pains, Tooth, Ear end Headache, Fi'osfec Feet end Ears, and all other Pains and fishes. ?To Preparation on earth equals St. jAmiw Ok as a safe, sure, simple aud chtap Eiterun. Remedy. A trial entails but the comparatively trifling outlay of 50 Ontc, and every oue Buffering with pain can liavo cheap and positive proof of i» claims. Directions Id ISeven Languages. SOliZ BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALER IK MEDICINE. A. VOGXXER & CO.. iti'lflntm-r. Md.. T 7 . 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 vitiu, says of Brown's Iron Bitters: Cin., O., Nov. 16, iSSi. Gents: — The foolish wast ing of 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 MARSTON'S SEMINAL BOLUS "is admirably adapted to the rrR. M_ po«e for which it is imendwl."— [E. 11. Gibbs, A. V., M. P., Journal of Hi-Jth. Ki-iiirt- . Wouk. >'er\ .>n« and Im.-.u: ■ AMm VIGOB, HSAITrfAND MiIIHOOD. One box sufficient for ordimry rases (one month's use), $2 CO ; three boxes, pr.'.dt-d (three months' use), which will |>erm,uiently cure auy case, no matter how severe or of how ton^ M.inding, ?tf. S-_ v nt 8e ; curely scaled from obwrntieo, with directions for use. A valuable iHkjk.di-scribinif how sufferers froxa Nervous aud Physical Debility. Mental I>ocay ani all disorders resuitin^ f om Exc.s'es, Indiscretions or Overwork are permanently cwrc.l M'ltsinnt stniu nrh Mrdlrntion. oent free on application. " Kvcry yovnc man will iirnTit l>v its perusal." Meiical Weekly. MARSIO.V RF.MEUY CO., _slo 3mM\VF 19S Kuiton street, New York. JOHNT.STOLL, Na 610 K street, Sicramsnto, Cal., Manufacturer of T*S\ y» all kindi of SAD <'. ; * /y< DLES,HAI^'E?S, p 1 * -— _' ;' \ (■■!.:. u;s, sad- ! ■-' ; . ;^A DLJS-TREES, etc \ Importer and Jobber of the best - — -*■*, il*i tv l»f SAD- I , IIL^RY HARD ,' . WARE, WHIPS, UOBES, ISLANK tTS, BRUSHES, tte. My goods are fr*f- -J 1 1 piiirnntetd to be Jf . -' M ripresealed. I zr&T.ct ianu: \ * ;/ BOX C«, \ / Sacramento. \ n'-lnltn WILCOI&TTHITE OEOA¥S —at warj<r;os<s or— to. 83« a MMb. Aceramrulo Iff Sold on the installment pUn. Orders for TUNING ornnip-lv •tt*nrf»«t \n •n'M'nlm The n'*nVr dt-ttrrs to call th« attcntjoo of Uw^cn, lotlion, botiiMM ruea gtntnllj ihnxigbuut ihe Weil, to Uje of li. VALLEY riU&s fur dumg Uiuroofbl; F - 4 prtatlng. He will malctsin th« em'-wat rvjratalkn «o long ut^bed tha krat. Tin <»* of (lea • tr<i ,— V i prtotlnf :• not rnmtm H. A. WT*\ IR. 6i J 9U. Sotmotw. tM. oJ4plm PACIFIC SLOPE. Covenlion of Frnll-Vrower.i— Shootlns by a Pollreman— OfUrlal Elerllon nefnrnit — Boarding -Hon*e Bnrned — Anolber '*Ullly Ibe Kid" Killed - Bneees«ral Elertmenl -A Lire Sentence Revoked— Uepnbllcun Delegate Elected In New Mexico— Shu Francisco Hewn— Etc. [VaCUI, DISPATCHES TO Till RICORD-DJROa. 1 CALUOBMA. Offlriiil Return*. Santa Cruz. November 14 h.— Tha Boatd of Supervisors h^va eativaeced the returns of the election wi'h the f dluwing result • Stone, man 1,310, Estte 1,080, M iDonald 8(5 McQuicdy 4 ; Slisrpstein 1,310, Roes 1 3'_'3 DeiHOU 1.113. Hunt 1,155; Corsressrren at large— Glascock 1 298, Sumner 1 303, Mor row 1,130, E i^crton 1127: Cougresem n Fourth District— Tul!y 1.333, Woof's 1,092; I' »iin).i i CommUsior. — Foote 1,255, Gibson I.IM ; Board (f Equalization — Markley 1,310, D»na 1,157; State Senator— Kcinht (D.) 1 307, Hall-tend (R ) 1,100; As»ercblv man—Bagnall (D.) 1,200; Heath (R ) 1,204 Mirced, November 14 l .h. — The following is the vote of Merced county, a3 per official count by tr>«> Board r»£ Supervisors : Whole number ( f votes cast. 1 443. St nem&n 881 Estse 510, Diegett 871, Conklin 540, Ilo,a 908, Denson 545. Sharpstein 888, Hnnt ~>U Thompson 873, Pfd'ar 548. Dunn 897. Da- Tiei 524. January 897, Weil 540, Marshal! 814, Har' r.'JS, Willev 801, Minto 554, McCarthy BsO, G'ifs 542, We'oier 878, Waterman 544. Tully 872, Woods S3JL Suniner SSI, E gert.m 543, Gla»cock 878, Morrow 548, Foote 939, Gib-on 485, Matkoy 803, D.mi 568; Sena tor — Sper>cer 87i Swadley 527 ; Assembly — Smith 745, Clay C 57. MaßTSville, November 14 h. — Yuba county, tfficial : Estfe 792, Stoncman 1008, McDonald 255, McQniddy 3, Conklin 874, Ha^'gett 1,051, Sims ISO, Dtnson 1,021, Hunt 919, Hobs f»7G, SharpaU-in 1,050, B:unsor. 106 Temple IT.O, Pedlar 930, Thompson 1 002J Winchester 122, D-ivios <J27, Dunn 1 057 Rice 127, Weil 938. .Tanuiry 1,052, Mullen 125, Hart 1 051, Marshall 9SO, Gou!d 84, Minto 917, Willey 1.05">, Hill 141, Gross 894 McCarthy I.OSB, Crowhurst 131, Waterman '.M.S. Welcker 1,051, Grant 118, DeHavenol7, Herley 1.002. Grtves 111, Edgerton !M5, Morrow 944 Sumner 1,066 Glrs:ock 1,058 Hotchkiss 120, Yarcell 11 ! Heed 940, Car penter 1,069, Andrew* li'l, Kimball 875, Wilcoxon, 1,111, Goia 123. Chandler 1,002, Spilman, 1,025, L&ndis 811, Greely 'J'6U Coombs 1,101, Cutter 1.1.5.".. Frull-firowerV Convention. San Josf, November 1 kb.— The Fruit- Gr.iwers' second annual (■invention met at the California Theater it U A M. Dr. S. F. Chopin, of Santa Clara, was elected Chair man, acd J. H. Wheeler, r,f San Francisco, temporary Secretary. The following were appointed a Ccmtaittce on Ogaaizition : Matthew Oooke, <f the Horticultural Com icipri;n ; A. T. Hstch, of Solano ; J. C. l)e --long, of Marin ; M. J. Hair, en, of SanU Clara; William John tor, if Sacrrsm-Lti' W. R. Peck, of P,,-c?r; Ezra FUk, of Baa Jocquin, A Committee on Literary Exer o's.s was eppnuted, of which Professor ! Dwinsl : e wsa Chairman. The et'ier members I were Mr. Cooke, Dr. Chapin, Mefur?. Hatch I of San Diego and Holt of Riverside. Ad j jurned to IP. si. In an adjoining hall were numerous specimens of indict rest*. Eeveral mounted in microFcne. AITTRNOOS SESSION. San Jr.sE, November 14'h.— At the Fruit- Growers' Convention this afternoon, after the routine business had been disposed cf. Pro fessor C. U. Dsvinelle, President of the State Horticultural Commission, read a speech, showing tse groat advantages resulting from a systematic < If .rt io the destruction of pests, and from the calling of the Convention. He referred to the difficulties enor unlcred by the Board of State Horticultural Commissioners, who do not receive a cent for their services, but have bcea Btmicg to preserve an indus try in which their all is invented. The princi ple for which th^y are c intending is con i tamed in the uyiog, "S^ use your own | as not to injure othors." The primary ob ject of this Conveiitioa v to ascertain the view* cf fruit culturufa end others as to hgMrticn f>r the preservation of our fruit interests, and c mpaie notes as to the most effective method* of combating the plagues of the orchard. The Pryf&jsor outlined the effectiveness of the work of the CommLsioD, showing the prcved practicability cf suppress ing the pesrs. The County Board's" buve I efficiently aided the State Board in the work, I and it is important that the light men, ' who have faith io the practicability of suppression, should be appointed to these Bo&n's. Somo impedixeLts have aii^en froniLol undcretsnding the power cf the Commission, under which any resilient cf a county em etter a complaUist agaiost any pereon within that county for harboring ! nosium in-ects, and that the limits of that | riglt should ba extended to the whole State. ' Tho law, although eff-ctive.'s far as enforced, is not tyrarjnica', acd give-! ampla notic?, too, I | that perscins who have pests on their places ! can themselves get riJ of them, and their trees can only ba destroyed by order of a Court, after thf.y hay* rifnifd to take tae rtquiiite Bt»pi theuiseivei. Tnere I is rxlicy as wtH as principle in ! enforcing that law. The presence of tie pests cannot lor? be kept secret, and their ex tirpation enhances the value of lacd 25 to 100 per cent. It is fafr to U cate an orchard iv an old settled di-itric; where they have | been eiteroiinated, than in a new one where they hive not a^peaie 1 . Within two y?tr3 past California has m^de greater pr "cress than any other State in Hiving the inse. t prcbleui, both by leaidatioa acd experiment, and wo can all did in formiag public opinion liv thii direct! n. He cinc!ud»d by referricg to the subjfet of nmikets, transportatioD, etc. He was followed by Matthew Cooke, I Chi>;f Executive Officer of the H'rtieutrral Consmiasioa, who uarr.^Uii in detail the work I of the Commission during tha past year, and tbeiaipedimeniH froia tha resistance to the law of L-jsk k Co. He also detailed the successful experiencs of the Commission at some ler.glh. Thero were !hin essays and descriptions on prunirg snd other topic.). The Conveation will be continued tw.> oays more, Chinese 4 crtlii.-nl • €a«eg. San Francisco. November 14th.— In the case of Fcok Ah Heim, a Chinfso merchant, I who arrived on the steamer Coptic, and was I not permitted to land, .Tu.ige Hollmm, of the United States Distiict Court, to-day sus tained the wrii of habeas corpus permittiug him to land. The ground of the dtcUion was ] that although the applicant had no certifi cate, it was proved by sufficient evidence that he was a merchant, and consequently needed tone. Three other Chinamen are detained on the Coptic, and the District Attorney tliinks thit evidence must be produced in Court to admit of the'r landing ; bat Jud,jre Hi ffman expressed an opinion that the Col lfctor of the Port could make inquiiie?, and if saii-lird that they were merchants, could allow them to land. The Sinner Harkct. Ran Frakcisco, November 14th.— We note a fair ii qoiij for mnr.ey in thin mr.rket, both for local use ard fjr New York. Rates rerasin the mmc a3 they have beta for some tim». Exchange ii adive, though grain bi;l-< have beon ratNer pl^utifnl an! heavy. Five Silver r.nd Mexican Dollars are dull and nominal. W« < t u.it9 call loans on fitst-cUfs security at 4(n B p=r cent., and the cxtremrs for comn>erciil l.acs are 7(a9 pir cent. Mortcage piper is taken by the savings hunkß at 0(5 9 per cent., and the borrower re lieved of ah rb!i;,'atio:!3 f,.r taxea to the ex tent of the !ian on bin property. Drafts on New York sell at 20C</ r.e prt-raium per 3100 ; telegrams on do, 30c per $100 ; London ex change, 49|(5.1<ii'l for bank bills, and 50<a, SOJifor coiumercial ; refined tiiver, 13@13j per cent, discount; Mexican dollars, 88(& 88.JO apiece, nominal. Attempted Sulelde-WnrrantA haul, San Feascisco, November 14 :b.— Wiiliam Abraharteen. n pikinter, and a native of Nor way, a^ed 40 years, atle-npted to commit Buicide to-day by cutting each arm btlow the elbow. He was dkemred aad seiit to the Receiving Hospital for trtatment, Warrants for the anest of the two officjrs of the whaling birk Rv.nbjw were issued to diy. T(.e°e men are charged with deserting a sailer during tha whaliDi- ctn^Be of tbU ves sel, on a fl >c of ice near IViu". Barrow. The roan was iWwW«H h s tr.e w«y by the explo sion of a wha'p-suniirig bomb, atd it is charged that in tl.at condition ha wa* aban doned to h : B hcpeleM fate. Indians stale that a few dayß ai'.cr btirg deeerted t'ae man was §een litg north on a large floe of ice. The Mearngna Canal Scheme Sas FBA^CISco, November 14th, —For soxe days the mercantile community haa been subscribing to the stock of the Nicaragua Ship Canal Company, contingent on the pas sage of the bill by Congreaa next month. The subscription was started among members of the Board of Trade, which has taken a deep interest in the scheme, and the list at DAILY RECORD FVJOf BE'lEf. Sather & Co.'s bank now shows signatures to tho extent of §100,000. They an, limited to 2CO shar.s f ( .r each tul-scriber, and to 10 per cent, of the maximum capital. The stock h also being taken at New York by capitalists, and is being effared here to allow the merchants of this coast an op portunity < f showing their good-will to the project, which they have indorsed. A letter has bsen received by Captain W. L. Merry, who represents the company on this coast, from Don yosquin Z walla. President of Nicaragua, manifesting tha great interest taken by his Gov< retreat in the canal com pany, and intimating that a special envoy will be s, nt to meet any contingency that may ari?e in legislation connected with the bill duiiug the fortbeomict; session of Con gress, Death or an Old Be*ldent. Princeton (CoJubb cmnty), November 14th. — Huch Williams, one of the oldest resi dents in this section, died to-day. He was unmarried. Fleeted liy the I'nlted States Martha!. Hankokh, November 14th. — Yesterday Marshal Drew in psrßon accomplished the ejectment of James B. Fretwell from a quar ter Motion of laud where he has made hia home with hU family fcr cine years past. No resistance was offered. Perry C. Phil lip*, who tluims this land by purchase of the railroad company, was placed in prefeeeion, acd hb Portuguese asistants and teams were used in tfce work of dispofsetfing. To-day 1 hillipn had Frttw.U'a house ton o*o*o by hw Portuguese and removed from tho land. !>!-:. -trim Sir... Wilmiscton (Loa Angeles county), No vember 14th.— Last night, at about 10 o'clock, n Sro wai discovered in the rear cf the upper part of the store of W. Frankel k Co. In aa irc.-jiiihly ►hort tirrf f"» »r'i'e buildiDg was a mags of ruics, and all its contents de- Btroyed. The IKmes had in the meantime spread to the adj >iniug buildings, leaving barely tims enough to sive thn most valuable portion of their contents. Fortunately no wicd was blowing, acd the fire Beemel con tent to lick up the wooden buildings in the block where it began. The fallowing are the principal leases : W. Frankel k Co., 820,000 ; Bennett, shoe etnre, §500 ; Mra. Grrep, tancy (mode, S2.000 ; Mrs. Day. Usob, millinery, S500 ; John Ctrro, barber, |SO0 ; Simon, saloon. §1,5,19 ; Joe Sylva, merchandise, S3 000 ; Tom Marshall, saloen, $1,500; H. Hildebrant, gallon, $2,500; H. Van Vatkenhurj, harness uhep, 53.C00; Fire men's Hall, S1.000; C. Kilman, fruit store, SSOO. The ins uranca is estimated to ba about §30.000. Vaii .ua ruoiors r.re off jat as to the origin of the fire. Sasta Bafbara, November 14th.— A fire occurred yesterday morning ir, a dwelling, hou'e occupied by Mrs. J. P. Lacy. The house acd contents were totally destroyed. The dwelling and furniture were cwuej by Dixio W. Thompson ; no insurance. The FiKlol at Stockton. Stockton, November 14th.— The little boy, George label, wcuo/led Sunday by a pistol bill, wa3 shot by hi.i companion, Charles Bluck, a lad of hia own aga, and not by a stranger, us he stated. Youtjr Black has ac kncwlec'ged having fi/ed the shot. I»bel is renting ccmfortably. Willie Creary, a Ud afed 11 jeirc, shot himtelf ttnogh the ri.'jht le?, near the hip, on Saturday, while carelessly hacdliDg a pistel. .VtYAOA. Ci.arcllrt" ZiciiM- Destroyed by Fire. KI'KKKA, November 14:h. — A fire on Ruby Hill last night destroyed the boardinc-housa of EJ. Trtfetter, a largo frame building. Nothing was sived. Los*, §3,500; intured in the South British National of Ntw Z :aland for 51. 300. A "LlTer" Pardoned. Cakson, November 14th. — Alf. Char'z, sentenced for life for killing Rickar, in Ku rek», was pardoned to-day on newly-discov ered evidence. The pardon gives peneral Ba'.Ufaction. AKIZONA. Murderer ('upturn! — "Billy the Kid" Killed Again. ToMiiSTONE, November 14th.— E. D. Will iams, who killed Joseph H. Zsigler in this city on tha l->t instant, was arrested at Ben j son yesterday. He hed been in Sonora, and was on his way to California. He is cow in jail. J I ;- claims that the killing was doce in self-defense. William Claihorne, alias "B.Uy the Kid," was shot and killed this morning at the Ori ental Saloon, in this ci!y, by Frank L-slie, I alias " Buck*k;n Frank." The partiep quir- I r'led, when the Kid armed hicapelf with a Wicchestfr, ard returnirg to the saloon waited tnUide for the appearance of Leslie. As the latter emerged from the door tho Kid rp3ncd firo at a distance of fifteen feet, and iiii.-'-cl Leaß*i who drew his revolver and, returning the fire, shot the Kid tLr ■ u^h tha bndy, mortally wounding him. He lived half an hour after being shot. The Cororer'j jury returned a verdict of justifiable homicide. Both pariieß hava heretofors killed their map. XKO MCXICO. I I < [xililli :m VelfKnto F.lertril. Panta Fe, November lth.— The latest re turns indicate the fleetbm of Trano,!iilii;o | Luna, th-3 K?pu"'ilicin nominee for <'on>;resß, jby about 1.500 majority. In Santa Fe county to-duy the Democratic County Commissioners threw out five precincts, thus overcoming the Republican majority of 100. The Territory, however, hes gone largely Republican. HDKMi Shot While MattUmg aa Officer. The Dalles, November Hth. — A ehooting affray ocjurrei i.i this dW about noon to-day, in which Kil. Homiv, a hnlf hreeil, wai shot and seri(.udly, acd it Dot f»tally, ufvod by special policeman C. P. Jones. Tne facts are as follows : A man by the came of Dencis had ebped with a woman r.ini'.d Mrs. Giidte'h from a l.if.ir.g c.-.mpin Washington I Terrilory, near White Silmcn, and csmc to I The Dalles last Saturdr.y. He lodged with her at a disrfir.utablo lo'i,-ing-h':u9e on Sec ond street. Yosteidiytue husband came to this city wl swore oat a warrant against the seducer, and had him arrested for adul'.cry. Duriig the pr gre=3 of the trill tl:e (eatimeny of the woman WABdeiired.tnd Jus'iceCalhouns Uaued a warrant for her arrest. This was placjd in the hinds of Deputy Sheriff Hay don, who, incorapa-iy with »pecial policeman | Jonep. approdched the room in which she was secreter 1 . Uoxey vtbr on t>.e iosiJe, aud re fused admittance. Harden rrjarnged to pry open the dorr partially, «h«n Hoxey pulled a pUtol on him. lie iir.ine.-.iattdy C3lled to Jone« to hflp him, at which Hoxey, through the partially opened door, leveled the pistol at Jones. The police officer told liha to de pict ; that thty bud a warrant for tho arrest of tte woman. H x y pttr] no af :r lion to this, but Htill heM his pistol in a threatening attitude, at which .Tones rirew his revolver acd fired, the ball striking Hnxer in the abdo men ond ranging backwards, inflicting a very serious wound. Tne action of tfce policeman ia generally considered justifiable, as he was acting in self-defcn.-e, aside from aidiDg an officsr in s^rvitg a wiit. A I'nr l: .mi -vii i.ir. i:i<|,ii-. ;.. Portland, Nov.-niber 14 h.— At tie in quest ycH*pril»y on the body of tho man who committed ni'cide oa Sunday evcting, it wns a«'.ertaiLe<i tl^at Lv ramq r. as W. J. Doran. He lef: s letter, ciriog orders fot ths dispo fi:ion of his effect", ihna showing that tha act was preinediUt." i. HU Ik-: et;ci»r y c. rtiri^ate from tho A. O. U. W. WM ma c payable to his sone, Walrer aLil S^ynionr, nr.d the money, with bU j-^welrv, v»!ued al $100, he ordered forwarded to D.-. J. EL Wi !>', "f Powlett street, Eisi Melbuurne. Auitrjli*. in trusl for them. ■\TASIII.\«TO^ TKUCITOBV. rnget Suiail liop*. Feattle (W. T ) N. ..vsinber 14:h.— It the hands if lets than half a d>.z?n h~p-ernwcr», who have comMned to bold for SI 10 psr pound, home delivery, then are about 400 bales, all told, retnaimncr unsold ori Puget S«.und, for which §1 05 hss b?en al/eady < ffered ; but holders refused to tiiade their fixei prices. The last sale of hops here tuida was at 81 a p-;und for E^em acc.-u»t. The next rhipment from this section will consist cf 150 b»lfp, which tho steamer EMer f»iUd to taka for want M *p»e«, «-— . - - • - — — ■ ■ British cinmaii. >:•;■ ■!.■■-. I by a Cliioamr.n VrcTOBIA (a C), November Mft.-^A Kimlo -p« dispatch savn : The body cf l)e --wir the n.iepini! Tax Collector, wai found bnried in Smart Ahck'a ( » Chi C »m»n ) c.ibia The Chinam-vn ran a duff from the cllUr'and buried the boJr. kavintr the flxir ;ntsc% which caused safpici r. Smsrt Aleck hao croMfni the line, ted is in the vicinity of ('olnlle, W. T. A special CoDstabla w»g seat from here two weeks ago to arrest him. t.r Make yoar o.'d things look like new by asing the Diamond I'jf", and yon will ba happy. Any of the f iiaion»ble colon for 10 canto.