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IllllV KKCOKD SEKIEB-YOL. XXVI. -N O. 4«1,
•'HE MiLY RECORD-UNION.
EoU:rc<latU*e P<r»: Office liSacraaiimtu as second da.« matter
PUBLISHED BT THE
Sacramento Publishing Company.
WH. H. MILLS, Grnrral Manage r.
IPsMlciUlon omee, Third St., bet. J and K.
TBB DAILY KXCOILD-17X195
S«rnbUsbcd orery da/ o< the week. Bandars exoeptci
faroneytaf gg no
for nx moi-tha. 3 jn
corthree months , 1 co
BabecTibcre served bf Carriers at rimn
■JTHTu i- r week. In mU Interior cities and towo. the
f»ver 0.1 be had of the prinol^al Periodical Dealsrs.
- < wrracr. and ARfcai*.
LdvertUiKg KiiJei la Dally Seeard-Enlem.
C--i-BqTi«^, 1 time (1 00
mm "3i; -, ..-c, S time*. 1 T6
.>«i.J times. J GO
Saea additional -.fcae. CO
lWeek. IWeeks. IMmth
JT--:iS»inu.., ic. p«gq $SM |3 60 $£ CM
Half Square, Sd put 360 S 00 SCO
Half Square, 3d page 100 ID 8 00
Htlf H.iii.-". «!, pa«e S 00 3 00 4 00
OaaS-iuire, !btn«ge S 60 f 00 TOO
'. a t K-juirr, ti pi^e 6 00 7 06 10 00
teafcoHcMvati 4 00 8 00 8 00
(-•He Square, «.:; pa^c S 00 4 00 6 00
Stw y. tic ;-. to follow reading mMki, twentf-fire
•ants a lh,e lor -*eh Insertion.
Advertisement) of Situations Wanted, House* to Let.
aoclutf Mnetl in etc.. of rivi likes or libs, will bo
<=*crt«! in ti" I>aily Rxooko-Uhiok m tollowi :
tooUme IScenta
Threetir.ra 60 oenta
*•« •"* Itcantt
ftnvot. * . .rCt to oomrtltnte a Ud6.
THE \U:-kLI MiOf
[iv.i.Ush, J in leml-weekly part.)
v. aru** on Wednesday and Saturday of each week,
«KprWi< Kiaht Page* in each hsue, or Sixteen Pace*
■*ti; we k. and is the cheapest and most dbiiiMr
Home. Kl-^s arid Literary Journal published on the
Pactii- cna t
Xarms, One Yea? $g 50
Scaal-Wcefcly I'alon Advertising Kate*.
Half Square. 1 time $1 0C
Raob additional time 6C
On» Square. 1 tune . . 100
Each additional tira= 160
WANTED, LOST AND FOUND.
JldTertlaemenu ot fire line* lo this department are
H.V.TU d for 25 c uU for one time : three times for SO
senta or 75 ceu:s per w^ek.
ANTED - TWO GIRLS, QCKJK FAT
FIGURES; references required. WEIN
STOCK & LUBIN. nlS.3t
WANTED— A 6ITUAHOV FOR A HKIGHT
Boy, sged 13 years ; references given. Ad
dress "P.W. C ." this uffl x. [B. C.j nl. r .tf
WANTED- \ THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED
COOK, competent to take charire of the
largest kitchen, desires a fitU-itiun either in city or
country. P;easa address or call on JOHN* COS
QBPTK. Western Hotel. nls 3t*
WANTED -A BITUATION TO DRIVE A
t«un or carriafre. and to Uke care of same, by
a steady yout g man who understands his busincDS
Is a nKxl milker also, and willing to irake kimsclf
useful. Good references ffiven, if rerjuired. address
J. S., this effice. nUlw*
Vir ANTED -A VOIjNG GIRL TO DO LIGHT
f T housework in a small family Inquire at the
northwe-t corner Nineteenth and N Btrectn. nl3-lw'
PERSONAL- JOHN PRATOR TMMOSS 13 A
resident <.f l'.r.dshaw City, Yavapai county,
Arizona Ten itnry, and is ilesirous of infurminif his
sisters, Mrs. Sarih P. Grimm and Mr«. Ann Eliza
Kitlor, and his brother, William O. liounonn, of his
whereabouts. 027-lm*
STOLEN- A DIRTY ROAN HORSE, <-V
weight 1,000 to 1,100; ri(fht hind ji?TV
foot spotted ; brand P under mane, right/C }\
side of neck; i>aces and trots. $25 reward Mr in
formation leadinir lo recovery of horse. Stolen
June Ist, or thereabout. N. J. OEER,
024-lm_ # _ El Dorado, Cal.
WANTED— MALE : FOUR RANCH HANDS,
$30 ; two Milkers, 830 ; Man u> drive sand
te»m, *»); Woodchoppers. *1 75 to $3 per cord.
Female: Women and Girls for Housework, $15 to
$20 ; two Wai'.er Girls for hotel. MASTERS &
CO/s Errployment Oflice, No. 1025 Eighth street,
near K. p-.tf
WANTED.
MALE: F.IOHT RANCH HANDS, WAGES $20
tos2«; 10 woodchoppers, «-ai;e9 Jl SO to $;t
per cord ; 4 teamster", «-Ju ; also, 2 oaUa t inak c-rs, :i
waiti rs, 2 cookß. FEMALE : Three Girls for House
work, $15 to $20 ; aleo 2 fills f,:r chamlierwork and
waiting; a housekeeper; 5 to take care of
children.
Apply to HOUSTON & CO.'S Employment Office,
Fourth and K street*. Sacramento. aulS-lptf
TO LET 0B FOB SALE
J^nnU»jujal» ri 8w \\at% k ♦bis drputmect tue
'• v '. f'TrSj ccii*.« for cue tliot; thjeo tl'ces !c* 63
ot.rt- ■-■'■ -t« po» W"?k.
SHEEP FOR SALE— FOR SALE -<y
cheap, 600 heail of Gndcd M'ri"' Y^,SeP
Sheep, in Sue c.tn liti m, suitable cither w**yl
for stock or mutt-m. For fiariicularA in-JUflsulssi
quire of E. OWEN, 1212 F street, or at Oak Hall on
the Riverside road, where the Bheep can be seer.
nit 1W
TTWRNISHEp ROOMS TO LET-TWO BLO3KB
JC from Capitol, un northeast coriiur Ki.h'h and
M ttreets. Inquire at the Grocery below, nlj-lw*
FOl'. SA- E-13 ACRfiS OF KO. 1 LAND.aM
Ijinf jusl cast of Sacr. m- nto city, gtviWV
to the Aikeu orchard. Apply to W. S. MESICK ■
or L C. CIIANDLER, J street, between Second and
Third. nll-tf
A SUITE OF FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET IN
a private rssidence. Inquire at 916J Seventh
street, between I and J, or address G. W. F., this
om>e. n3-tf
NATHAN BUILDING, CORNER OF SEVENTH
and I streets— This building' hivinjr been thor
oughly renovated and refurnished, pleasant Fur
nished Roams can tie rentt-d by responsible parties
by the day, week or month. App!y on the prem
ises. n3tf
ORLEANS HOTrL - FIRST-CLASS FUR
nlshcd and unfurnished rooms to let to gentle
men or families by the dav, week or month. 1018
Second street, between J and K. MRS. 11. W. OGO,
Proprietress. n2tf
I [TOR REST— LARGE SUNNY ROOMS, AT 1528
1 Second sfeet. n4-2wTuThS*
TO LEASF. OR SELL.
T7IROM 300 TO i.ilOO ACRES OF THE BEST
I ll«p or Alfalfa Lan-1 in the county. Gnod
Hop Piles for sale, at $2 per hundred (standing) ;
railroad through the land. See WILLIAM HICKS,
Cosumnes ; it, T. h. ACOCK, No. 904 Seventh
stroet, Sacramento. 020-lplm*
LANDS FOR SALE
FOR FINK IMPROVED FARMd AND jgfc
Vineyard, Hop, Grain or Pasture Laud, 1
inquire of CARL STROBEL, No. S2l J street, JB*.
Siirauicnt.l. Cal. nls lm"
IVSO^EYTOLOAN
ON REAL ESTATR, AT A LOW RATE OF IN
terert, by PETER BOHL 525 J street.aul7.tf
JOHNT.STOLL,
No. 610 K street, Bacramento, Cal ,
i . HsssA Importer and
; gaA -i iMh ruf the \u tit
'' gwmnUsed lo be
nl'lplm
WTLOOX& WHITE ORGANS
-—AT WAKBHOOIiS Of—
TU. EL XXjSLZkXZier3E3aE&.
■o. 8«« J sti**!,- S&cramrnU
$tT Sold oo the Installment plan. Orders for
TDTiPiG promptly attenri'td in an°n lpim
STAR MILLS AND MALT HOUSE,
MIBOISI. * I H.r>.
T^T"OS. 60, 52 AND 54 FIFTH ST., SACRAMENTO,
I^l dealers in Prjduce and Brewers' Supplies, Man
ufacturers of Malt and a!l kinds of Meals ; Oatmeal,
Commeal, Cracked Wheat, Graham Flour, Buck
wheat Fiour. etc New Grain Bags for sale Airent*
or Buckeye Mills Flour, sUrysrUle. aul7-lp
SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
HALE BEOS. & 00,
Kmmmu
\D MONEY REFUNDED.
A PERFECT CORSET
SECIMEI) AT LAST.
Acombination of Coiled Wire Springs, Whale
bone auJ Corset Jean, which ii> pronounced by
our bept Physician* le*i injurious to the wearer
Fif perfectly a greater variety of forms than
any other-
Yields readily^ to ev.ry re-pration and Is
What Eminent Chicago Physicians
should receive the favorable endofttaneni uf the
Pbygidani wUu have the apportonlt; of ixamin
-1 fully sndorse what Dr. nyje*ay«in The above
CniCAGO. Ocioher 13, JBSO
I have examined BALL'S HEALTH I'IiE
SERVING CORSET, and bellave it lo I).; the
least injurious tu the wearer i.funy Corse; I have
seen.
A. .1. BAXTER, M. D.
One «.<>, October 188a.
I do not nflvi^e my woman to wear a Cornet,
but if (be wii.i. do so— und s-hc generally will—!
advlMihertonse one of BALL'S HEAI.fH I'HE
-BBKVn«G OOESETS, as it i« lefs liki-Iy to do
her injury thfta ur.v witii ■ hirli I am acquainted.
A. RBEVEB JACKSUX.
PRICE, $1 50 PER PAIR
The Most Comrortablc and Durable
1388
EVER KNOWN TO THE TRADE.
We recommend this CORSET, after due trial and strict
examination, and are prepared to say that it
possesses all the merit claimed for it.
SO :F^lß WJE KNO¥,
Every Lady who has tried
Speaks in the very highest terms of it.
This is the best recommendation that any CORSET can have,
and we would like to have every lady in the State try one. We
know it will give the most of women perfect satisfaction ; at least,
you take no chances, for
IF NOT PERFECTLY SATISFACTORY, AFTER WEAR
ING IT ONE WEEK, THE MONEY IS REFUNDED.
WE HAVE LATELY PLACED IN STOCK
A Heavy, Dark Gray Blanket !
That is far ahead of anything we have seen in the market for
the money.
M^Jtfg,l€mS 3 $5.
COUNTRY ORDERS filled promptly, and, if not satis
factory, money refunded.
HALE BROS. & CO.,
829, 831, 838, 885 K street,
AJf»
11026 NINTH STREET, SACRAMENTO.
SACRAMENTO, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 16, 1882.
MISOELLANEOaS.
Palmer & Bepulveda,
DKUGQISTS,
Northeast Corner Secoud s:nd li sucets, Sacramento.
Special attention given to Compounding Prescriptions— ac--^
curacy and absolute purity guaranteed. jj
Christinas Presents!
sr Toilet Cases,
Purses, Card Cases, n^v
Jr\ niuminated Note Paper/%.
>^ Promenade Bags, Portfolios/V
J7 Paper Knives, Cigarette Cases,^K
X' Cigar Cases, Magic Charm Pencils/V
<OH&ZSTMAS ♦ OARBSy
>^ Glove and Handkerchief Oases,
>^ Fancy Inkstands, Gold Pens, *^
Cases, Book Marks, *f
Checkers, >*p
Scrap Books, Jr
Jr Blocks, \.
j# Games, Toys,
Jy Christmas Reticules, X.
jp Chromos on White Satin,
Autograph and Photograph
Etc., Etc. A large Stock ofV
<f OHOI€E ♦ BOOKS /
In Endless Variety, /?
n^ For Jurexriles and Adults, in /
\. paper, cloth, and rich f
\v leather bindings. S
X Eaciflc OoasLDiaries, s/
X B?a., Etc. //
X /
208-2 1 0 J STREET,
SAN FB&NCIS00 CARPS. t'BUITO.SESDg AiD PJtODPOt,
SAN FRANCISOO /^^^S^
Business Directory !^^^
D. DEBF^NARDI & CO.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEICEI^TS. General Ccmmlsslon Mercbants,
Ueorge A. Davtß A Co.— Manufacturers' Ageuw,
327 and 329 Market street. WHOLESALE AXI» BSTAK DEALERS
Baker A Hamlllon Importers of AcncuHursJ — in
Implements and Hardware ; Agents of the Bmiieia rp-mnin-l nnlifnTmiriTi nnft OTirrnn
Airr-l Works. June', ion Market, Pine and Davis st?. IrOpiCal, UaillOril] JUKI UrfigOll
artists. FRUIT AND NUTS;
Housfworlb— Optician and Photogranhcr, No. 12 Butler, Ekks Foallrj, Vamp, nonry
Hn*.™-*-*. Eetab.ißhedinl.sl. VEGETABLES. _FISH IOYST1 OYSTE RS . ETC. '
r««S E , S r o,l«?'Sr» f H, «" °"*» ■*»tP-^> ■«•»- to- "«
Robinson, rtopriotors. No. 320 Tort strrvt, Ofpo- o-o^ph —
site Union Square, 8. F., Cal. Head for Cirjulnrg. <Ei>tablUlird 18S8.)
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS. """"-Tp-uv a. " Kt " -f"* 0 "
Stadebaker Bro». ManaraetnrlßK »'«.-Re- GREGORY & CO.
positon-,81 Market stroet. A. H. Isham, Manager. (Successors to J. Gregory),
DRUGS, CHEMICALS. \j Dealers taVBODDCI AND FRCIT.
*»itlß Cate».-Pioneer DruiiElsi, remuvci to 722 .„ *"■• li % " nd J 2B «f ■»«•*•
Monuomory St., S. F. Couitry orders a.Udtad. - 1 Sacramento, Cal.
A. H9oeiK. - .".IK* r
EDUCATIONAL. S. GERSON & CO.,
Reho«l »f ClTll Engineering, Soriryins .^fvicit nmntTscimi „,,.,,.,,,„ .__
Drawinga n dAs«}-^.S4Poßtat. A. Van^er Nailiou {£ T)££k £ OMMfS£ION "KSCHASTS, AND
HATS. Imported aad Dameslle FrclU, Ve«eta*
C. Herrmann A €••— Manulaciur^rs and Im- hle», Sata, Kt*»,
porters. No. 336 Kcamyst, near Pine. The finest No. 220 J rtreot, betwoen 3ocoD'i nd Third, Sacra
hats at the lowest prices. Factory : 17 Belden st. «-;rito. h3-lie
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, ETC. WILLIAM M. LYON,
Bawler Bros/ Hht.lv arc Co.-Importera of (Successor to LTON k 3AkNLS),
Haru«are and Asricultura! Imi)leuientB, Noe. SOl, i'lmiUlU^mil II ITU *IMS a Tk?TT\
803,506, 807 and 809 Market strjet, San Francisco! LVJIjIIN^HV Al MLRCIIAM
Carolan, Cory A Co.— lmporters of Hardware, AX n veoixsilx calkr rs
Iron and Steel. Agents for the Pittsburß Btcel _, -Jl" JST*? IN
Wcrks, Northwestern Horse Nail Company, and ■*" **" *—* ——* •-' O XI ,
Southintrton Cutlery Co. Nos. 120 and 122 Front NO3. 117, 119 AND 123 J STHEET
stroet. and Nos. 117 and 119 California street ____ _ oCI-lptf ——*•
restaurants. FRUIT DEALERQ
■waf, Fa».lr Bakerr and »,..»« r "JriLJiiSrW™ " & »
Saloon-No. 838 Market street. Wedding lakes, Jsb.-JL-J.-~S* SB 'X'IOBT I
Ice cream, oyrterj, jellies, etc., constantly on hand. —
ramiliea tuppUed. CJAVIKO BFUOVED TO MORE COMMODIOUS
nnnnPD AMI-. <-itt nnnna ■■*- P remiBe ". we h » v e enlarzed our stock. We
RUBHBH AND OIIi GOOD3, offer you cho e Apples, free from worms, Lemons,
The Cntta Percfaa and Knbber Mannraet- m< »' OraneC Dried Frnits, Nut«, Dates, Canned
nrinit Company— Manufacturers of Rubber Goods "O 1 "*. etc > »<■ ver T '»» prices.
ot every description. Patentees of the celebrated .„. A M. T. BREWER * CO.,
"Maltese Oross Brand" Carboliwd Hose Corner looe *° 101 ° S«»nd street, between J and K, Sacra.
rint and Market streets. J. W. Taylor, Manager, jneoto. _J???: t i_
STATIONERS, PRINTERS, ETO. R. STRONQ & CO,
\^Vl^^^^S^S^S^ Wholesale Oommißsion lerchants
n6, 217 »nd 219 Bush street, above Sansome. um „„„ m All Qf
SACRAMENTO REOORD-UNION. CAXiTORBfiA skeki ajtb nin mnm
Sum I" ranruro OSee, Ho. 8 S>w Monttcom- NTJTB, BO^^^r, SEED
ery Btrert (Palace Hotel). -J. H. »i-arpe. Aiient. AmA «e mCTm i JJerelMUldU*.
cflT All orden promptly attended to. A idress :
t^i /,i. ■ »-■>--. „ , W. R. STRONG * CO.,
Gt GRIFFITHS, »n?.lplm Noß.fi. gand injrt~t,B«.4»mento
UilßLillilj W UIIJJID A BTLL StTPLY OF THE CELEBRATED
2\_ and prolific
wmmmm*. mm , SIX . RQWED BARLEY|
• »«^ __ «_ °» n now °« procured for Mod. Average yield, 125
r llttfi BEST VARIETY ANX bushels per acre, and weighs ten pounds more per
-~ M. Largest Quarries on the bushel than any other barley ; very superior for
— Coart. PolUhed Qracite brewing ; does not tall down or lodjre, and stools
Monuments, Tombstones and Tablets made to order, more than any other known. Call upon or addrwa
«■ Craalte Buil.l ins Bt«ne C«t, Oreued BOOTH 4 CO
and Follsfeed to order. 011-lp6m 27-lptf Front street, Sacramento
MISCELLANEOUS.
Neuralgic, Sciatica, Lumbago, '
Backache, Serenes; of tho Chest
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Barns and
Scalds s Genera! Bodily
Pairs,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frostec
Feet end Ears, and all other
Pains and .ishes.
No Preparation on earth equals St. Jju-obs Ok
n a *nft, »«rf, xiniplf and cheap Extcrna
K^rnedT. A trial entails but tn* comparative!;
trifling f.ntlsy of 00 Cents. atiJ every one sufferrnii
with pain can have cb'^ap ana positive proof of it»
claims.
Directions !u THeTeD Lapjßages.
ktOLr BT ALL DRUGGISTS AND IJEALEEC
IN MEDICINE.
A. VOGELER & CO.,
Ufa Whiskey/
Brown's Iron Bitters
is one of tho 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
wlliskey and other intoxi
cating beverages.
Rev. G.W. Rice, editor of
the Amer-can Christian Re
view, says of Brown's Iron
Bitters:
fin., 0., Nov. 16, iBSi.
Gents: — The baBA 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.
WISTAR'S BALSAM
— a —
M E V £ DA
11. A. MAUTI.N', Eureka (Nev.), writes: "1
always recommend WISrvKS KALS.OI OF
WILD CIIF.RKI, •■ it is ■■ ■■' ■ ■■ ■ ■■■ • .
best pnparattQM in the nr..rktt. I have never
heard of a feitiglo lomplaint a^n-t it, and have
Sold it for fifteen years."
rJ. M. LKVY, of p!a<.'o, writes : *' Last winter
1 suffered with a severe c j!d, which settled upon my
lunc«, ami th»onl» r.'i-f 1 found w»» m WIHTAR'S
BAL'IM «»F n.LU «H>RKV.
C. B. LL'CK, H. l>.. Genoa, Mar., writes: "I
have u=cd WIhTAIfS '. it - Ml OK Vilil)
lllllUUi' for nutty years in prtratl pr.tclioti, and
consider it an (xcull-r.t i»rt'[».ir:it:«.n for Coughs,
Colds, etc. 1 ch<c-rfuUy recommend it."
• v.;;-h.j,j >iT!'.isw\VS
F I S A SURECURE I
I for all diseases of the Kidneys and m]
;p IthaßßpecifleactiononthisTnostimportant
I organ, euabliiiff it to throw off torpidity and *
IE faction. Btimulating tho healthy Becretiou X
1 L OsfdM 808, and by keeping the bowels in free Z
W ooadiUon, effecting its regular dipchappo. 1
IP RflSklSftsTlSk Ifyou are suffering 1 from 4
| IWlOlCll Ida malaria, have the chills, i
if are biliouß, dyspoptifc, or eonatipated, Kid* 1
X ney-Wortwillßurelyrrlieve&rquicklyciire. 1;
j W In this season to clennsc the System, erory I
;r one shouid*talic a thcrougrh course of it. (Si | 3 :
[|SOLD BY DRUCCISTS. Price $l.|
ggf l()|>)b. IxnnfnJlfncrnn'l infnlti
eAMAKITi iißt^vi^ hiht
J>*CURES AND^If SSSfe.&aTfe'S
jff tnu, Sp.'riT:;»t')i I l.f/a,
V\ Sem'nal v>"f.ikiif>=. Im
t r . v^SB ulaomf all Nervtri* amj
wj^/^*A ~r^ Blooil Dlf— a«n. ToCler-
gynvm. Lnwy.-r«. Lit<?r
■SassW . aryMe-n. Mrrrhanti,
/atBsTCBBKa Banker?, Indies nnd all
nHB7 whose Fed*-ntary etn-
Jssm / p)o>mcnt causes Nerv
MBKWm. I oa> Prostration. Irrrtru.
JmwW^ I larttleo of tho blood
Hy / Ftoroach, boweN ov
l^a F Kirtnej-g. or who re
« ia x ><V?S q»lre a nerretonlp. ap-
;„ iZi I* Invaiuable Thoi«
■ w NEVFV FAll« proclr.im It the
MfcZ 'AILS- vond'-rful Ipvi k .
THE OS. 8. A. RICHMOND MET»IC\L C "
C«ie Proprietary, St. Joseph, a<h
HOME AND ABROAD.
I Two Thousand Casts or Fever at Provl
< i-.ii Jhr Veorsla Senslornhlps An
li.ili.-in i:anc(dfor Murdt r— The lieccher
Suit- AgHoeUled Prtss < ontolldatlon
«.ia-il and Fltz John Poilcr-i IMn
clan -nil r i.. i by i..< l| if Accident
on the Alton Ruad-Setr Hap ot Hi.
I'nlted Stalo-ilrnis or Foreign Sews-
Etc.
■MICIAL DISPATCUKB TO mi RBCORD -CITIO».]
domestic mrna.
Associated Previ Consolidation.
Ntw York, November 15l.h,— The nego
tiations wbicta have beeu peniing for several
months between the WeUeru Associated
Presn hud the New York Associated Press
culminated to-day by a unanimous agreement
for Joint m»ui>g;iTient. The proposition came
from the New York Associated Prees, acd
was accepted by the B iard of D.reciors of
tii'_ Wtsttrn Associated Prtbs. The manage
ment U plac« d in the hands cf a jjint com
mittee—Eic'aard Su.ith and Walker N.
Halderman, representing the Western Afsj
ciated Pies*, and WhiteUw R.id, of the '
Tribune, acd Thomas B. CoDnery, of the '
Herald, repressing the New Yi.ik A-so
c'ated Pre^s. Charles A. D*na, of the Sun,
waß elected Critiriiisp. The committee en
tered upon ticir riu'iei this afreruoon. A
farther meetii pr will be heM tomorrow, when
a plan of et-rvice will be adopted. The West
ern A'tociatpcl Pre.-s has since the termina
tion of the contract betwte: the associations,
perfected a cable service which has proved
to br inferior in many rejects to that of the
New Y.-.ib As4cc!i'.i >j. a d alao orgmiz^d a ;
Dewß eeivi-je iv '.he Ea 3 t. The work of re
adjustment wiil contiuue until all the differ- |
ences are disposed of, pnd there will b« but '
ont- general (c.-vice. A uew contract will bo !
mado with the Western Union Telegraph '•
Company.
The «.....— .., Srnatonblp.
Atlanta, November l.V.h.— Pope I .r.- h
has been elected lo till Hill'i urexpired term
in the Senate.
Alfred H. Colqr.ilt was elected Senator on
the first ballot to-day, the tsrja comuienciuir
March 4th.
[SECOND DISPATCH.I
ATLAkTi, November 15th.— It has j'ist
been discovered that CuJquiU is not electtl,
the count showiiig that 1.0 licked t*o v >Ub !
BatMw wa 3 elected lot the thort Urm, bey.- I
ing Hill seven vote?. Adj urmd UD to
morrow.
[THIRD DIsrATCU.I
Xew Yobk, November lbth.— A later dLi '
patc*i from Atlanta r^p.'iits the statement
that Co'qa'tt was el.ct-d United S.a'ei Seu
kt >r hi the I(>dk (.erm.
The Alabama lr;!.i.i ur .,
Montgomery, November 15 t.-* The Sec- '
ate <>rgai.izt-d by ohcttM George P. Hunison '
President, aurt W. L Cay Secretary. The ■
House chose F. JWor for Speaker, ur d D. j
■»'. Mclver far Secretary. The L^'iclaure !
is K.-mocratsc by an iajiinuee inaj irr.y.
Thf **.i 1..- UrrentMrkcr*.
Avglsta, November 15th. — Tte Btrai^hl '
(Greenback Convention met to-day »nd de- I
ciil-sd to thoroughly or^aLiz' f r the text '
campaign.
Mi.-i>i.-. Diamond*.
Nf.w York, November 15;n. — A packa?<] j
which rught to Lave cuntiired diamonds 1 1
HM amount of atout $30,000, ■hippad on i
board the City nf Chester, at.fi comkned to ]
the tirni of Louis SiiasLur^er & Oo- Maiden ,
Line, was, on i | e.-insr in tr.e tx^ruiuirg-rri.m i
of the Appi-ai'tr's D pnrt-:.ent, f nadi-tuffed i
with [tapir. Tr.e package w» la a rith-r !
dieproporti' nV.eiyl.irge wo iden bn, wrapped j
in a pst>er cover, which spr-e .red ~»i»led, and '
the seals were tpparehtly intact. It was re
ceived at t c i u'.lij tti-re.< in Washington
■tiMt io thf c r.diicn in wiiich it wa3 when
opened. Tht ;-r.rß«r (■( th< Btvamsh'p t- -'i
tiliMi that be received the WO Jen box, which j
wa- ia cu.-piciously liad order. He hes.itited '
to receive it, but after having excluded to |
rcciva it decrr et* it ladhpMHMi to cover i;
with a str >np iiip».- wntmar, w! ich he fetled
ia order t ■.. ini-resse i'.s s.ifety.
Thr ;>i..i-i- r on Ihr Alton Baad.
Kansas City (Mo ) Nov.-t :: ' «r 15:h.— The '
wieckiii;; tr^in arrived this itternoon from i
the icene ct th<; wr^ck oa Ul2 Alton nad, '
brirping the detd a-^d voanhd, LM ot
killed: IJiroey Corcoran, Henry Da«e ->nd !
.1 <l.v Hamiltor. The wjundel are Pri'.lip ]
Lerns and Fred Graham, b'.dly crushed and
will probably (He : James In^aiis. ii jived in
te.attlly; Jaaob Lulwv-, John DUtoo, Joel
Bray, Hamilton E.iviu M rrii, J M. Moot
."omsry, b.\dly cut acd bni' d, TkM M
were taken to the ho?pital i'-. this ci'y. Four
otlitrs wero cli^htly wmaded. The track :
was e'eared tLis forenooc, aud trains iesuiaed j
rum.iLS »f u.'nal.
•.r.ini-- Brvie» or the fitr. J.h-i Porlrr
tase.
New York, September 1.".,:-.— General
Grant's mi' gazine article, entitled 'An Un- i
deeerveJ Stigma," concisely reviews the case !
of General Fitz John Pi rter. (jiving the i
gruind for his former belief in Potter's guiit ■
aod his present conviction of his entire iuuo
cence, and appeals to the Government and '
country for prompt acticn in Porter's behalf. !
N.» Map trilir I ailed 8lal««.
Washington, November 15ta —A new
map of the United Stater, prepared under
the direction of the General L»nd Offic?, is
now in tha handH of the printer in New York, '
and will soon be ready for distribution. It '
id s iid to be thfi mr st complete and accurate j
one compiled by the Government. It coc- I
tiius over 4,000 places not on the old map.
These addition* are mostly iv the West. Tha
rapid strides of that section render the map
now in use almost valueless.
An It! am Traveler for California.
St. Leuis, November 15th. — A partially i
insane man, supposed, from papers on bis !
p?rsoD, to ba Tnurßton Russell, of Lynn,
Mass., was found in the little town i f For
eatoD, Mo., yesterday morning, wardering
through the streets. It ia supposed that he
jumped or fell from a passing train the ni.-ht
before, as ha was only partially dressed, and
was ;oDfiderably bruised. He had passes for '
San Francisco. He isbeirg taken care of by
the citizens.
An Incendiary Fire.
RIVEiiTON (Neb.). November 15:h— An in- j
ceu^i^ry tirfl here Sucday morning destroyed
16 ct the IS business houses in the town
Los*, $1,0,000 to ?70,000 ; insurance, SII.OOO.
A man named Hickman ha> been b>>und over I
to answer on the charge of setting the fire.
The citizens appeal fjr aid, and S. P. Far
riegton, of Chicago, has been appointed to
solicit funds to aid in rebuilding the place.
Brave Bear Hanged.
Yankton (D. T.), November 15th.— Brave
Cear, tho Sioux indiaD. was haeged to-day
for the mnrder of Joseph Johnson near Fort
Sully in IS7'.». The drop fsll at half-past 12, i
and ia fifteen minutes he was dead. There i
was very Bttla excitement. The execution
whs ptivite. Bravo Bear ltfi a request to bU I
relativfß not to avenge his death, and toj
omit the usual moursing.
The Snll Agalnit Reecher.
New York, November 15.h. — At the eon
c'.usion ol plai itiff's testimony in the
a;ains*. Herry Ward Bepcher, growing out of
liis failure to complete the second volume of
the "Life of Christ," counsel for Beecher
moved to dismiss the case, upon the ground
that there was no date fixed for the closing of
the contract. Judge Barrett held that plaint
iff had failed to make out a case, but he i
would grant until to-morrow for the produc
tion of evidence to show the limitation of the
contract ; otherwise he would have to dismiss
the case.
Taken lo Prlnon.
Cokcord (N. H ). November 15ih.— Ellery I
Albee, the defaulting Cashier of the Ashuelot
Savings Bank, sentenced to ten years' im
prisonment, was taken to prison to-day.
Be Blew Ont the Can.
Dinvfb (Col.), November 1", h. — This
morning Dr. G. W. Werner, formerly of |
Baltimore, where his parents now reside, was !
found unconfeious in bis room. An Argand
Sras burner was en the table turned on, but
not lighted. AH efforts to revive the asphyx
iated physician proved futile, acd he died at
1 o'clock this afternoon. It was probably the
result of an accident.
rin-h i.in Found Dend In Ills om , .
Chicago, November 15th.— This afternoon
the b<.dy of Dr. J. U. S. Mohr was found in
his office. Ha had evidently been dead Borne
day?. No mark; cf violence appeared, and
the cause of death in not known.
Shocking Ballroad Accident.
St. Paul (Minn.), November 1"> h.— This
morning at Robert, a station twenty miles
east uf Hudson, on the Chicago, St. Paul
Minneapolis and Omaha Itsilroad, a Btock
tram, while stopping for water, was run into
by a freight train from behind. The caboose,
in which were the conductor, a brakeman, a
stockman and several passenger*, was smashed
to pieces The conductor was burned to
death, nothing but his bones being recovered.
»wt«:ti: ill- %|l-iBKK 16
Tha br.-.kpman had an arm Ur.n from ite
socket, and <iieu fio n 10-. of fafeoj within aa
Jir.'ar. A pMMBMt nimed Fink was badly
injured A number of <-.«* acre badly
i wrecked and ru<iDy cattle kil'.-.-l.
The Jeanaelte Inquiry.
Washikgtos, November 15 b.— The Jean
nttte Court eobttoaed its Leurict; of Mel
viile thw morning. He de^crib^d the meeting
between himself, Ncrc* snl Niace^man who
had been sent ahead ly De L n*. Upon
lacdicg, Aor-.ii ezdaimad ; "My G..J, Mel
ville, are you olive? We thought you and
all of the whole bonf.'a party hart tone to the
bottom ot tha sen." NY, new developments.
National Grange. Palronx of liuibandrr.
Indiakapous, November 15:h.— The six
teenth annual session ef ihe National Grange,
Patroas of Husbaadty, began in this city to
day. The National Grange is composed of
Masters of Stite Granges and their wives,
and_ thirty-two St»t?a are repressed in the
session. Among the delepa'es present are
Governor Frederick Rible, of Maine, and
Congressman Aiken, of .South Carolina. The
sessions are secret, and -.vill coLtiuue till next
week.
Another lUoo.l I urdllng Tragedy.
_ Raiu (Ind.), November 15;h. — This morn
ing a well-to-do faraier, named .! .-i.. r Spaul
ding-, living thr^e m.ilf h from this place, first
kiu'ckH senseless his little son and wife with
a wfaitrbtr-e, and then cut their thioats with
a r&zor. After which he cut his own throat
with the same weapon.
Dew icrallc Nomlaatlon for Mayor.
I'oston, November 15th.— The Democratic
Wen ami City < \immij*ioners to-iiij;bt unan
ijiously nominated Aibfrt Palmer for Mayor.
County FnndH •>■•>!. ...
Taylobsville (N. C), NoTtubot l.'irh.—
BurgUrs entered the re«idi>i:ce if Vv illiam A.
Pool, Clerk of the Superior Courl of Alex
ander couuty, lajt night, bouud a d gagged
him, and inaclo their escape with $700 belong
ing to ;h : county.
Murdered and X ibbrd,
Dallas (Tcx ), November 15th.— In De
Witt <:ou .ty to d'.y two efci:»t'. Mexican
convicts m«t Janie-< G. Sparai /on the road
atd shjt hi-ji. Tu^y then beat oul hig bruins
with a tun cni rob-.eJ him
Ihc SunOfn httamer.
Philadem-hia, N»iiub«t 15 ii.— The ?en
eral agaati of the lied St u r Bt«MMhfa) Com
pany i', thi-j ciiy doubt Ite :>.■■ . r that the
steumer furik by tiie Wectphaiia was the
NeederlamJ, wi.u:ii wiled trou; Antwerp on
Saturday, .iiiii r^y if tiie Roodarlaad was in
her course si:a would have been "250 miles
west of the spot where the ex i.-ion took
1)1 see.
Fever at frovldencr.
Peovidenc'E (R I.), N''vemb;r ISA.—ln
vestigation di^closej toe bet tl at there are
within the city limits u»w«rd • f 2 000 ca3e<
of fever in difft-rer.t iiiTUi.; \,,r-,. l • r.-.;m light
mat iri.d to malignant typhoiii. Many phy
riciacsa^ert that tte « m! ; - "■ ' ye Ba in
and thi: rim i 5 the c^use.
l>rnlt».
Kkokik (Ta), November 15.h. — Mra. E.
K. 11 art, iliMtol tha Ute OQvei P. Jlcrtoo,
of Indiana, ilied of purdlynia h 'his tity to
day, a*;,! 7'i jears.
f 1..-1 la iln -rmili.
Wilmington, Nov-mWr Kth. — A killing
frast here 1-tt-t uigh^.
A Million. ... .i. Tronblr.
Krie (P.™..). November 15th .— Fz.-a C'oopsr,
amiiliouuire, has hecn ane^u-d f r ihe eeJuc
ti.-.u .'f the wifj ot .' rtj>:r,»!'!c t:-.:,lei?man in
Vijjton to-.vrfhip.
Tucrutumrlrlcal.
("hiiago, N veil)»r 15th. — Highest tern
porkture to-drf_;, 40°; lowut, 36°.
New York, November 15th — Midui&h ( —
Higln-oi tetiipeijituce ti>d»y, 40° ; lowest, 31°.
I :. Yell<m Fevrr Cpldrmlr :n an End.
Pensaola (Fla.), November 15th.— No
deaths and no new cumh wi re Mfwrtod to-day
fiom fevjr, though seve.al have b.n known
to exist since y?cterday. The Board of
Health ii.s is-uen a pr.iclamali m <*eolaring
theycl'o* fevor epidemic in tail city at au
end.
Something V « In the rtiltcd Stair*.
PiTTSBCRu, Noveicber 15th. -A company
with a capital of »750.0tK) has bseu organized
by prominent iron mtn to erect vxkl tor the
main factuie of v.v.l; jnd spiket fr m steel
MtMMhißf wi.ich uas tever before Leen dene
in the 1" ,i'ed Sutej.
I'.irt Pllloiv IMWH to It. :i Bntlcr.
N«w YohK. Movnafcat 15th.— Thl Gre
nada (Mka.) tkiiUnd hau ti.e followisg : This
anjqnt tal by antl-oiity ..f General
Jasies R. Cu.lmer.% wan s-nt to B D Botln
verb.iQi by tSc Biii'. -r (f this papu Thurs
a»j ni
Giunapa (Uii>s.). Ifnrnialw 9ta.
To (.omril liuilcr, Lowell, htHa.: Port Pillow
fluhmn to Beat! Butler, (rreetii j. Both in
ihake. JAMES K. (.UALSIKKS.
The ><-\< ».-b:i:.
New YohK, N raoabat 15.h.— The 1-
Washington correspondent, showicc: that the
S*na»e will be divided bct«v»i?n lh» two gr^at
partitj, deoioastratefl that the Virginia K«
aijuaters will h^ld the ba'.anco A power.
He says George C. Gorhau: is still a candi
date f M Ihe cth'ce of S.-i:re!'iry. It ii said by
some persoLs that he will be related and sup
ported by the Bapablisaa ommoj He will
he supported by and UidJloberger,
the two Readjustcrp, whose vote^ will be
needed.
roKs.n.\ ke»s
Hiium «r t'lmmiißi.
London, November 15;h. — In the Uoase
of Commons this aftatSMß, on the third ros
olution of the cloture, vit , that ijo member
having spoken to aty ■Mi m re mtitled to
move or speak on aty sitml-r no i m during
the same debate, the dißr.u3f.icn covered a
number of ameudmeut* of tuienr interest,
and the debate adjourned. I; b expected"
that the House will be prorogued by the end
of the month.
One or (he ,'.■■ > • 'ii.tic .... Condrmned.
UrßLis, November 1:1 th. — The ju.-y in the
case of Patrick Ji.yce. charged with the mur
der of the Joyc3 family at Cong, returned a
verdict this mon.iog of guilly. Juil^e Barry
sentenced the prisoner to be handed Decem
ber 15th. A freih jury is impam'td for the
trial of the remaining prisoners. Tee trial of
Patrick Day has begun. He is accused of
murdering Bridget Joyce.
the Situation In Fr;iu< , • ml,l. ■■ |Hnr>*
Of (ji'CTy.
Paris, Novaraber 15th.— President Grevy
has been teized wiih a nudilfn iiiaess. He
had two attacks of rush of blood ti the brain,
caused primarily by indigestion. Tlie attack
was apopletic iv its character. The excite
ment in official and political circlet, v intense,
and the situation iv (Jovemment circles in
still further cumplicvted by this nn.-.-xpected
fact>r. President (irevy's w^gwtl n, which
has been foreshadowed by d'Hiia papers,
may bs expedited by his illne«s.
Crrvr Better JoarnaitHt Woumlcd IB a
hut).
Paris, tfovmfcw 15th.— Preudent Grevy
is much better, r,nd drove out to- l»y.
A duel wan foogbt to- by br C»rnude!. a
Deputy, and Delignii-rfa. s, jonmolut. Toe
latter w.ts w uuded, bui not ccri v ly.
An lvi part a ;if Cai,rr<Ki.n,
Caiko, \)v«mh;r ls. h.— SoUmu Daond
was befi.ie the ProMcuHii); ('.>;;, miiaion to
day. He contested to triviiig tht ■ :der to Crb
Alexacdris, aft?r having r* c'ved n pTe-emp
tory command from Aral.i Pasha. As the
c JEflagration did net at first appear to bo
general, Arabi Pacha sent or-iers through
Mahmond to tire more places. Suleiman abo
states that Arabi Paeba, on the 12th ol July,
ordered them to take soldiers to K»mleh
Palace end murder tho Khedive. While on
the road to execute the order he m6t the Pres
ident of the Chamber of Notables, who pre
vailed on him to return and remonstrate with
Arabi Pasba. Nuuri Bey, the officer who
had charge of the troops at Rimleh Palace,
corroborates Suleimaa's statemente.
4 Complaint from Ihr lni.li.li Consul.
Cairo, November 15th.— The Knclish Con
sal here has complained to the Khedive of the
harsh treatment of a prisoner at Zigszic, who
wag formerly a cotton proprietor, butwho had
been set to watering the streets and doing
other degrading labor. »
The Printers' Strike in I Inin.i.
Viessa, November l. r >th.— The printers'
strike is extending. Several newspai<ers were
again unable to appear to-day. The authori
ties are trying ta induoe the strikers to re
c'uee their demands, en the ground that it is
beyond the pawer cf thi owners of the news
papers to grant them. No distarbaccr-i have
occurred.
Waul* a l.iml.
Lupsic, November 15th. — The Saxon
Chambers have petitioned the Government
to construct a canal to the river Elbe, on
Prussian territory.
\n One Left to Tell the Talc.
Losdon, November 15th. — The crew of the
missing boat fr .in the steamship Westphalia
have landed at New Haven, and report that
the other steamer, with which the Westphalia
one in collision, went to the bottom with all
on board.

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