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SACRAMENTO DAILY RECORD-UNION.
DAILY IVI«v BKBIES-YOL. LYIH.-XO. S«9i. DAILY ft£COKB **.U«£S-VUL.XXI 1.-IVO. 459-I. THE DAILY RECORD-UNION. tnttrcu at the Pos.lGlT;ceatS*cra«.cnto as second class nutter PUBLISHED BY THK Sacramento Publishing Company. WS. a. mm, Central Hauler. riUleiUen Oflec, Third St., bet . J and K. THE DAILY X IX OUR-nflO* bp&Jjthfcsd erery d»» ot the week, Sudan exeevM. Toroneyear M 00 JfCftii raor.ihj. 3 sc lorCuee months a 00 Habjcrtben somd bf Carriers at Trmin Ci«i« tier weik. In all interior cities and towns the »uper can be had of tbe principal Periodical Dealurv uewtiura and Arftnta. AdTcrtUiDX Kut-ci la Bally Ceeord>Cmlmu One Square, 1 time.... fi 00 Ons Square, 1 iXmm. 1 15 One Sqiuire, 3 times I 60 K&oh additional time. ... ••..., 60 l'-i-t S Weeks. 1 Month i EkU S'lnara, Ut p*c« *< M UU »S 06 ■»!( S ;v.»re, U page SH 6 00 8 00 Hair f .Jasro. M ..ve t 00 4 60 f 00 (Ulf Square. 4tL pare i 00 3 00 « 00 traa Bfiuare, lit page 3 90 6 60 TOO One Square, 3d iage 6 00 7 00 10 00 Oqo rjqu&re, 3d page 4 80 SCO 8 00 One Square, ith pags S Off 4 00 6 00 Btar Notice*, to follow reading matter, twent»-n>e ftcnta a line f . >r a»ch Insertion. A<!7ertUc2!CDUof Sit-.iat'.ons Wanted, Hoaaesto Let, Bocitty lleetiiijTi. etc, of riT« likzs ok L«ss, will be huti tod is the Dau.t E.«ooki>-U»ioe as follows : Onetime KcenU T*uceUme« BOoenU »98 »<*« rioeoti tvrac totJj to eoxjtiiote a Una. THK WEEKLY I MO* [Published In Kmi-weeklj parti] b tooed on Wudneadar aud Saturday of each week, eoc;i:bhj<: auhi Page* in each issue. orSixteen Pan* Bmctt we*l, and is tbe cheapest and moot deoiiable Homo, Newi and literary Journal published on the P»d:, ooa-t Terroß, Ctos Tear (2 CO Se mi-fl rr:,l-. I uion Advertlitlßg Kate*. Hilf Bq'iare. 1 tiajo (1 00 Baoh additional time X i One Square, 1 Mmc 1 00 , Kach additional time I 00 I WAJTTED, LOST AND TOTSWD. \ AdTertlaemeats of tie lines in this department are cserted foe 2S cents for one time : three .m.t for SO fent3 or 75 cents per week. WANTED -A YOUTH QUiCK AT FIGURES. A pply to WEIXSTOCK & LfBIN. d!S-3t WANTEb~MhN AND WOMEN TO START a new business at their own homes; no ' pejdlinir ; 50 cents an hour made ; tend lv cents fur ' flft«cn samples and instructions. Address MASON ft CO , Mi>ntpeliirr, Vermont. dI3I2tMWF \\J ANTED— MALE : EANCH HANDS, $21 TO w * SUO ; Leveemen, 910 ; Checstmaker, $30 ; Wnodchopin.-1-n, M 73 tv V; per cord ; Boy for Chores, f 15. Female : Cook and Uousckcsper, ?2i ; Girls for Housework, JlO to *2>\ MAm'KKs & Uo.'S Enipl. y ment Oflice, Enrhth street, between J and K. 07-tf TO FARMERS. WE HAVE ON HAND SOME FIKST-CLASS American and Canadian I! in !i Hinds, vho understand Uu buMm-es in all its branch:?—like wise Male ar;il Female IKlp lat Hute's and Fjmilies. Branch i nice in yan Francisco, whtre v/e can pro cure all kir.di of help at the ehurtes notice. Arpiy to H'JUsroN & Oi>.'S CmployaifUL OBifo. Fcnnii and X Hreotd, Sacramentn. aul3-lpU CAVALRY aud ARTILLERY sfc?_ HorsesJWanted. 7es^ ITMTED STATES OFFICKHS WILL PURCHASE J Horses a*, the following times and places : Urangere' Stable, Sevcn'h street, between X and L, SicrimenUi, Cal.. WeduesiJay and Thursday, December 20th and 21st. Johnson's btali'e, Stockton, Cal., Friday anil Saturday, Btcember 22d and 23J. Persons h-.vins Horses for sals of the following description arc invited to present them : The Horses U* be Geldinfrs of hardy colors, siund in all particu lars, in food condition, well broken to the saddle, from fifteen (IS) to sixteen (IC) hands hi^h, not kss thin five (f>) nor luore than nine (9) years nld, and suitaWe iv even respect for Cavalry and Artillery service. Horses df the above description wiM be p-iiil for in CASH at their | roper valuation on tie day of jmi. 1 1. •.->•. In thia ease there ire no miildle men, the Govemtnent buys direct, accepts fford sto^k only, and sellers will have to deal only with the officiivl purchasers. OEO. H. WfcEKS, Major and Quartermaster, U. S. Army. Depot Quartermaster's Office, San Francico, C'al , D.'ccmher 12, IBS-2. dIS 4t Immediately, BOUND FILE? OF THE "SACRAMENTO DAILY UNION," of Volumes L, 11., 111., IV., V. and VI., or unbound files of the first three years of the publication of that paper. Tbe most liVral price will be paid for the Volumes desired. Addre>9 : "KECOKD-ITMON," Pacramcnto. Notk.— The files advertised for in the above notice, ale for an Eastern purchaser, who has commissioned this office to procure the volumes mentioned, and responses to thU advertisemeu f muut be made prior to JANUARY 1, 183*. n-24-lm TO LET 0B FOB SALE. ikdvottii.Oi/uit of five iiflos in thia departmurt are tniertoi iwC 2^'oonts for c&9 tijac ; three times Cot U eei'tr ■ Tb ovaat mM week. FARM KOR BENT OF. SALE-A GOOD mgf foothill ranch. The owner would t \>-l)iit s r c«|f or trade f.>r city property. For particulars in- ~>~ quire of CAKL Sl'll'/l;Ki.(, our Broker\32l J street. ol« UUtswltW* ROOMS FOR KENT A HANDSOMELY furnished suito rf rooms, with tn>ard ; only f"iir ?|iiarcs fr.m the Cipitol, northeast corner Eleventh and H streets. ill.vlw' FOR SALE —SIXTEEN ACKES SECOND bench land of the very best kind, for*«W? orchard anil vineyard purposes. HoOM, l)Arn,~ *~ windmill, etc. Ouly 10 miles from Sacramento, near Routicr'i Statiou. Price, $I,VCO. For particulars inquire of CARL STROBUL, J Bt. dU Bt&aaltS' A HOME AMOXO THE ORANGES M» For sale cheap, on easy terms, or !i'«o iease t > responsible people, hou^e of 7 i — n'r, ~^~ barn anl other out-hi>use«, 100 tiae oraniro trees (now lidcn with fruit), 100 ptach trees, apricoti, apples, [wars, plums, figa, cherriew, nectarine.', crab apples, qainces, two kinds of nutj, 150 vines (f the choicest riisin and table crapes, f.5 blackberry vines, raspberries, Btrawberries, gooseberriee, and rhubirb— all the fruit .■! the finest varieties. Call on or adilivsß HR-i. W. W. SKVERANCf, GrantV Hotel, Pcun'n, Placer county, Cal. (for one week). dl2J!w T^URNISHED ROOMS-NEW AND NICELY JL 1 furnieheil roomn, with new furiiiture, single and in suites. Lewis Building, doutheast corner rifth and J street?. . To let on reasonable terms 1 1 re sponsible parties. - d7-!m* FOB SALE-A NEAT SECOND HAND PHAE t. n will be sold at a reasonable rate. Inquire at this ollice. n£o-tt ORLEAJI3 HOTEL- FIRST-CLASS FUR nish'xl ir.d usfurr.lshed roonia to let to gentle men or families by tLe d^y, vvecU or moat^ 1018 Second street, between J and K. MRS. U. W. OGG, Pmpriftn-CT n2-tf rpilE RESIDENCE OF W. n. MILLS, COH- gs? -1- ncr of Fifteenth and I streets. This ffiijj property is new and in perfect repair. The '' house contains Ton Well Finished Room?, fitted up nith all modern conveniences. Tbe Lot is 80xlC0. The curb is planted to prowins t«e3 an 1 sodded In Hue ffrass. The shrubbery and fruit trees on the place are of the choicest Tarieties. The house will !>c 8 Id fumiihed at a bargain, or unfurnished, as the purchaser may desire. Inquire of the owner at Rriobd-L'xiox Otßee. dIS tf DESIRABLE DW3LLIHQFOR SALS, A TWO-STORY FRAME HOUSE, TJEAU-fiSt^ ly new. with ail modern cnuvcnieaces ; K»*L eoruer lot, 40x160 ; on line of s'reet cars. *p- Ry, P>y to a. LEONARD & SON, :i29 lplm l»lt fourth B I reft. GOOD PASTURAGE FOR HORSES f~VN ALFALFA, AT MCGREGOR'S RANCH, \J Yulo, four miles beluw Washington ; hay fed, Uattlnt, lii2s-l|ilm*J McGKEGOR BivOS. MONEY TO LOAN OS RF.AL ESTATE, AT A LOW RAIT! OF IN teredt, b; PETES ItoHL 3i5 J street. nl7-tf FLOURINQ^ mTITToWNERS, SEND YOUR MILL PICKS TO THOMAS RAIV. BIRD at tli- old ttand iv S. S Nixon's Borw. shoeinc Shop, X street, bttweon Sixth and Seventh, Sicraa.ento, wht re they will rective prompt atten tion, and will he tcientiflcallv sharpened and tem pered. NEW PICES made to ord.r at the lowest price. di 4plm* FTAT.E BEOS- & 00. Our Trade for the Holidays, SO E"^.Ki * HAS BEEN FULLY UP TO OUR EXPECTATION I LARGE SALES OF CHRISTMAS GOODS But as yet oar assortment has not materially changed, we having so many different varieties and duplicates of each, renders it impossible to break our lines at once. WE HAVE A MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF jpjf^ HOSIERY ! Much larger than we have ever shown, and probably ths largest ever in Sacramento, COMPftI3I\G IViOST EVERY DIFFERENT STYLE, AID THE PRICES ARE AS VAEISD AS THS QUALITIES, ELEGANT GAPES FOR LADIES, Elaborately trimmed and handsomely embroidered, and composed almost entirely of beads. A very beautiful present for ladies. Infants' Hand-crocheted Eacpes, Hoods and Caps, A good assortment, ranging in price from 75 cents to 33. LADIES' JERSEY KNITTED JACKETS, BEST GRADE OF GOODS. PRICES \ARYIXG FROM $2 25 to $4 25. White and Black Satin Fans, IN PLiX AND FANt'V I.\ .1 lit 1 !( VM V, AT MOST EVEBY P£UE WANTED, FROM 50 CENTS TO $5. Something very pretty and rich, and at once attractive I LADIES' CASHMERE SHAWLS ! In White, Cream White, Blue and Pcarlet, in delicate tints, and desirable as a present for a lady. X*3E&XC3JES 9 Ssss. AH kinds of lI AIR BRUSHES, HAND-MIRRORS. PER FUMERY, LACE AU> RIBBONS in prolusion bought specially for the HOLIDAY!?. A VERY SENSIBLE PRESENT WOULD BE A PAIR OF LADIES' OR MISSES' SHOES. WE HAVE TUtn 1\ OOUMMUn GITE BETTER TAIIE THA_N CAN BE OBTAE\E» EISEWHEKE. ME2SPS STJSI?E3S"DERS ! In gr«a« Tarletr. placed very neally la pretty boxes, especially tfeolcued for CHKIsrHA*. PRICES, 50 cents, $1, $1 25 and $1 50. 13" The above represents not & tithe part of our stock, but a merely intended to give you an idea of the different lines we carry, and of the preparation we have for CHRISTMAS. We have a great irany articles we would like to mention, which our spice does not allow ; but we would like to have you see thes* things, and O>~E VISIT through our store ia not going to cost you anything, at ill it may be the means of saving you many a dollar. HALE BROS. & CO., 829, 831, 833, 855 X street, 1026 NINTH STREET, SACRAMENTO. SACRAMENTO, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 19, 1882. inSOELLANEOaS. Palmer & Sepulveda, DEUGGISTS, Northeast Corner Second and X siieets, Sacramento. Special attention given le Compounding Prescriptions— ac-«jg curacy and absolute purity guaranteed. ' }§£ Christinas Presents ! y^ Toilet Cases,^v yr Purses, Card Gases/V >^Dluminated Note Paper/V y^Promenade Bags, Portfolios^V^ yf Paper Knives, Cigarette Cases/\ X Cigar Cases, Magic Charm Pencils/V >^ Glove and Handkerchief Cases, Fancy Inkstands, Gold Pens, *^ Letter Cases, Book Marks, >^Ash Holders, Checkers, >^ Scrap Books, jf Blocks, A«w Jfc Games, Toys, \. Jp Christmas Beticules, jp Chromos on White Satin, jp Autograph and Photograph jf Albunis, Etc., Etc. A large Stock of\. . In Bntiless Variety, Fo? Juveniles and Adults, In jr n^ paper, cloth, and rich leather bindings. J^ >^ic2So Coast Diaries, y 208**2 1 0 J STREET. "BAS"FB'ftJfG[SCO" CARDS. SA^ FRANOMOO Business Directory AGRICULTURAL IMFLEKENTS. Baker Jt Hnmllton — Importers of Agricultural Implements and Uardwarc ; Au" '■'. ■ of the Bcnicia A^r'! Works. Junction Market, Pice and Da\is st£. Georee A.Dhtlh A Co.— Manufacturers' Agents, 327 and 339 Market street. ARTISTS. Honnewerth — Optician and Photographer, No. 12 Montgomery street. F^tablisheil in 1-:,!. BUSINESS COL.LEQES. raelflc BaHiness Collefrc and Telegraphic Institute — (Life Scholarship, for full Bu«dne;i* Course, 870 V. W. E. Chamberiain Jr., and T. A. Robinson, Ptoprietors, No. 320 P-JSt street, oppo site Uniou Square, S. F., Cal. Send (or Circulars. CARRIAGES AND WAGONS. gtndebaker Bros. Manufacturing To.— Re pository, 31 Market street. A. U. lehun, .Manager. DRUGS, CHEMICALS. Jaitia dates. — Pioneer Drupels?, removed to 722 Montgomery St., 3. F. Cuantry orders, solicited. EDUCATIONAL. Srhool or F.nelneerlnie, .-.:rif.i..i-, Draw t igand Aftayicj. Si Post it. A. Van dar Nalileo. HATS. C. ncrrmnnn 4t €o. — Manufacturers and Im porters. No. 336 Kearny it , near Pine. Tbe finest hats at tbe lowest prices. Factory : 17 Belden st. HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, ETO. Carolan, Coir A Co. — Importers of Hardware, Iron and Steel. Agents for tiie Pittsburif Steel Works, Northwestern Horse Hs.il Company, and Southinprton Cutlery Co. Nos. 120 and 122 Front street, and Nos. 117 and 119 California street Ilawley Bros.' Hardware Co.— lmporters of Hardware an-! Agriouiturai Implements, K os 301, f%, EO6, 807 aud $39 Market street, Sin Frindsoo. RESTAURANTS. •wala't ra«ill7 Baberr aed Mnloc Saloon— No. 636 Market street. Wed ling cakeo, lee cream, o;.-sters, ]ellio«,etc., constantly oti hand. Families supplied. RUBBER AND^IL GOOD 3. The Gutta Perehs and Bxbber Stannfae? urins Company — Mabutact^rere of Kubbcr Oooda of every description. Patentees of tho celebrated " Ma!*«se Or.«i Brand" Carbolircd Hose. Career first and Market streets. J. W. Taylor, Manaffjr. STATIONERS, PRINTERS, ETO. H< B. Crocker £ Co. — Importing and Manufact orlo2 Ptatlosers, Printers and Litho.Tsphe-3, Not US. 217 and 213 Bush strict, above saiiSom«. SACRAMENTO RCOORD-UNICN. *an Franrl^Ck OBrr, So. X Xew Hontcom ery street (PUace Hotel). — J. H. Pl-arpe, Atieat. STAR MILLS AND MALT HOUSE' vni!O!nr. a utr.s NOS. 60, 52 AND 54 FIFTH ST., S*CRAME3TTC dealers io Produce and Brewers' Supplies, Man > otactu'ers of Malt and ail kinds of Meals ; Oatmeal 1 Commeal, Cracked Wheat, Graham Flour, Buck wheat Flour, etc New Grain Bain for sale. Airentg or Bnckev<" Milla Werjr Manr^rille. anl7lp HUNTER'S INVISIBLE, A MEDICATED FACE POwtJEll Ot 'n'ONDER. ful effic«. - . Speedily removes Freckles, 11m ples and Complexi mal B':em!«h»>, making the skin smooth and white and complexion brilliantly beau tiful. Fragrant, hirmleM. Fleah and pear! tints. Imposible to detect its use. Twertr-Sro rents at all druannsts. Sent postpaid, secure'y iDClosed, for 30 cents in fUmjw R. M. lIUNTER, 150 North Tenth street, Philadelphia. u2-lmTuThi3 D. DEBERhIARDI &. CO. »',»». •»■ S nni! :!!!» X »i., -»rmi;irn!o,Cal., ■—■■III! A\l> ItTTAIt, RIMIEBH IV Tropical, California and Oregon FRUIT, NUTS, PRODUCE, Butter, Poultry, E«k», Honey, Vegetables, ' Fish, Oysters Etc. WE DO NOT TRAVEL, AS THE nEiVY EX pense must somewhere fall upon the (roods and as it is to the mutual interest ot buyer ar.dteller to avoid unnecessary expense, we ask that if we do not trouble you by calling upon and importuning you to bur when >ou want nothing, that when you are in want of goods you will please send your orders direct to us, cither by mail or telegraph, aud we pledge oar best efforts to fill them as satisfactorily, both in quality aud pricj, as if sclec'.ed in person s2B-lptf A. hooksr. r.ataxcm S. GERSON & CO., GENERAL COMMISSION MEBCIIAHTO, AND Dealers in Imported and Domestic FrnlU, Vegeta bles, V«t«, Etr. No. ISO J ftrcet, between Secon-l nd Third, Bscra. Panto- irS-lrc WILLIAM M. LYON, (Successor to LYON & BARNES), COHMISSIOx\ MERCHANT AND WHOLRBALII DKiLSR IK PRODVOXI, NOS. 117. 119 AND 123 J STREET. Q-21-lptf FRUBT DEALERS, •TTAVINa RE jOm> TO MORK COMMODIOUS iJL premises, we have enlarged our rtock. We offer you cho c Apples, free from worms, Lemons, Limes, Oraneoß, Dried Fruits, Nuts, Dates, Canned Goods, etc., at very low prices. M. T. BREWKR ft CO 100* to 1010 Second street, between J and X, Sssra. men to. au22-tl W. R. STRONG & CQ n WnolBsale Commission ißro&ants 4JTO PIALmv Di 4LL »->M or CiiSF^ilM A 6KEEJI AJfD DUtB 1 STIT? NUTS, HONK 7, SEED md C«>eral HerehaadUe. ■V AJI orders promptly attended to. Addreta ! W. R. STKONO & CO., auS-lplm Sea. 6, 3 and 10 J street, Sacramsnto CLARENDON DINING ROOMS, Ctl J Street, between Slx-u and tvouili Tl| EALS, 25 CENTS ; BOARD, $4 m xTI pt-r week. White w.ircen h; Ip en- fftTW ployed. Fina Wines, Liquors and Cigars IWifcjMK 1 at the bar. % Jl dSlplw* Q >. McrLFRESn Proprietor. Mantioodßestored A Tictim of early impndene*. can«inx N»rvr>o» Debmtj. Premature Decar.flc. ha»m«r tne4 in ram every known remedy, has discovered a «im p!« mean, of self-cure, which b« will »«nd fn>« S£g«^ t fALy Addre- J. H. WiKVBa. nie-6mTarhS*Bw6aWS MISCELLANEOUS. W, LYDIA E. PirjKHAM'S l^A <0k VEGETABLE COMPOUND, w^l f^f\Voral} tho*rP:i!iiMroiii7!aliil«ainl\r« a t- *^^i\ * <*pf iirMn ttTvur lw.l Ti-uiaif pn(iiiltUi<.ii. t^A f\W Inrentrd Bitil Trfparrd Lt a t /7 C^A C^*OTerl,oo)hd!«onconfidfntlalrcr<>r(Un \/\ \S\y tLu ri;y cf i*Kila(iel|ib!a r.luuc. ns bußetUud . by ita Uff. It H for pood end not ?*il pnr- C^JU ut'.'ur Witphyiiciar.l. OaniMPMlHHaAwij t\J andconddtfutuiltv unswervj. S*r,.l i ; itt-.n.-tft y~-*ljl *-f f**« and for '-Ouiile to litaltli." ily Jllr V*c*:table Compound and Ulixkl l'nrifi"r $1. V/i ki II €»cb; Liver Fill* and Sanativtf Waili SGc tr r? ft^Vll «uh. t^* Are for teale by -il l>n:tsiiti. WV< &*££ W o^./ - S?' SS> i TrTiii, slass. (IS) 2«J Know That Brown's Iron Bitters will cure the worst case of dyspepsia. Will insure a hearty appetite and increased digestion. Cures general debility, and gives a new lease of life, Dispels nervous depression and low spirits. Restores an exhausted nurs ing mother to full strength and gives abundant sus tenance for her child. Strengthens the muscles and ncrves,enriches the blood. Overcomes weakness, wake fulness, and lack of energy Keeps off all chills, fevers, and other malarial poison. Will infuse with new life the weakest invalid. 37 Walker St., Baltimore, Dec. i^Si. For six years I have been a creat sufferer from Blood Disease, Dys pepsi.t,and Constipation, andbecame so debilitated that I could r.otretaia anything on my stomach, in fact, life had almost become a burden. Finally, when hope had almcst left m:, my husband seeing Uk<-wn's Imam Pitters advertised in the paper, induced me to give ie a trial. 1 am now taking the third bottle and have not felt so well in six years is I do at tiie prcsrr.t time. Mrs. L. I". Gums Brown's Ikon Bitters will have a better tonic effect upon any one who needs " bracing up," than any medicine made. I IMI-E-U-31-A-T-I-S-3I £ As it is for all tha painful diseases of th 9 -n £ KIDNEYS, LIV '.:* AND bOWELS. C C It cleanses the system of Uic acrid poiscn C that catisea the dr."uidful suHcriEfj ■wliich ~* cnly Uie victims rf rhcuctatiam can realize. > TKOUCAHDS OF CASHS j +* of tho Vv'orst fornm cf Urls terrible disease m •j havo bcea ci'oickly relieved, cndinr^iort o g** PERFECTLY CURED. 0 TRrrS $U Liqi ID or DRY, SOLD kg pSL'GGISTS.!? tH) Drycftnbcscr.t by nail. , — __ i WILCOX& WHITE ORCJAHS —IT WARIROOKB CF— Xo. 82« J lira*,- Sncramenf* »"Sold on the InataUroent plan. OrJers for TUNING T^-imnTlv tn xu'.n 'nim JOHfyT STOLL, Ho. 610 X etre«t, Bacramento, Cal., \ Manufacturer of yA »ll kinds of BAD - <B*'rS2e* r . |i Importer and F^ ;.i->- J j ! WARE, WHIPS, ,' "" II guaranteed to be li^i?^ DI»1!CT LK7TSK3 : ni-lnlm tG. GRIFFITHS, mm GEiSITEWOEES mOC BFST VARIETY AM . X. L.-»nrc3t Cjuirries n the .. *«** ■ -—^Pacific roart. PoHshctl Orariito Monument*, Tomr^too»i and Tablet»m«de to order ■VGranlo- Bnildlß- (*l»ae C«t, 1t,.., : i »l"l PolUhMi to «rrt»r n!J-lt*ro FAMILY WASHI.VQ, C^UONO SING, A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT T and entirely nibble Uundryman, has opened » waahhoa'eon Tweilth «*.rec-t, be'ween 0 and E where waahin?, iroaing, flntin?, etc., will be ''one in the best manner and al reasonable prices. He has no rf latmnj with the previous washerman at th ianie place, and will care'uily tetarn all dolhinif iv" tru,tci to him, »vi without miiinj with othin. . r I ! <« n ? thtm. n»3-4plm* GENERAL NEWS. DNastronii rolllaion of Tmlm — I iltii portaat I».ij- In Coßgres.s— Remarkable Kill of a Southern I'ndei Inker— Terrific Powder Explosion - Family Attack** with Trirlili!;.- Kir, <■( at a Burstinc Boiler— The IViliitr >I li.e^mrnt Qoch tlon—Etc. [BPXCIAI. M3PATCBKS TO IHI KECORD-UXIOH.) DOMESTIC. Disastrous Rallroaa Acclilrnt. Cincinnati, December 18 .b.— A collision occurred last night at King's station, thirty miles from here, between the limited express and a pasßeneer train on the Pittsburp, Cin cinnati and St. Louis mad. The extent of the damago Li not fully, known. \V. H. Wnarton. postal clerk, was instßutly killed. Postal clerks Hanover. HolliDgßliead and Goeb=l were &Uo hurt. One engineer b re ported killed. There v no news regarding the passenger?. The railroad men Bay thay have no iuformation. [SECOND DISPATCH.] Cikcinnati, December 18th.— It is now etated that only two persoc3 were killed postal clerk Wharlon and engineer Peters. No passengers were hart. Kirulfy Brop.' ele phant was killed. This is the elephant re cently dosed with two g°llom of whisky. [THIRD DISPATCH. 1 Cincinnati, December ISth. — Details are extremely meager, but the following is k'.. 'wri : The accident happened on a high curve twU»«j Foster acd New Lebanon. Etgineer Pike Peterg, of the east-bound train, had hit head separated from his body. Postal clerk W. H. Whart^n, living in Ur bani.v, waa also instantly killed, and W. H. Hanover, p.-»tal cU rk : M. HolliDpahead, a substitute ; Hi«rry Madison and Adam Geo kel, postal clerks, were teriouily icjured. No satisfactory reason is givea f"r the sccidfnt. All the railroad men are eileiit. Kiralf/s " Around-the- World " combination waa on the east-bound trun. Th'ir eiephanf, Bam boo, was killed, but as fir as knowu the atktft members of the company wholly es cap'c-U. (FOURTH DISPATCH.] Cincinnati, December 18ih.— Later ia formation a Ida : J. C. McCc wan, postal clerk, wtis iijured, tut his it jnrieN are slight. The csui-e r,f the accident was that engineer Pesrca loii-tock the iccomaodnUon for the limi'.ei express train. At a sb.irpcurve the trains cr. fiber), one at th« ratenf 45, the other at 40 miles &n hour. Two esgir.es maahed together^ and the postal ours piled upoath-?ni. No other cars were thrown fr> in tho track. Kiralfy Bros.' elephant was not killed, as re ported. [Frightful I'uHdcr l'\ploslon. Patfrson (N. J ), December 18th.— The pr-'sa house cf Lafllc &. Kind's powder works at Moiiatiin Vfetr, eight miles from this city, blew up this afttrnocn, killim? three mer. The explosion shook a Lumbtr tf buildings in tiii ; i.-ity. .SECOND DISPATCH.] Patecsos. December 18;h.— The names of the men killed are Bryan Tansy, Henry Kuhl, an emigrant, and John White. The men had just about quit work when the i~ plosion occurred. The bnQdingl for milea around were shaken, ned not a pane cf glass was left whole in the rv ighborhood. Koribcrn Check Outdoxc, Washikgton, December IS ib.— Northern cheek and lovo of m^ney-making, so much reprobated in the S; utb, have been met and over-matched in the Eunny clime of Georgia. The United States Senate teut a committee to attend to Ben Hill's fuceral and assume the expense*. It was an average country village undertaker who arrived hera lately aud presented a bill for 53100. Among the items was cne charging $000 for a hearse, probably a greater price than any hearee in the South cost ; one for embalming, $500 — npu^l price Lere, 6-5 ; ir.ii • i c i>t a casket, SSOO. They aeked : "Have you a partner '' ' "Yts." " Did he make out the bill ?" "No; I did." " We'l, we are convinced ycu are crazy. You had better go back and let your partner make out a n< w bill, so that wo cau see if he, too, is entirely demented." Tha GeorrU undertaker offered to cnt the bill down at ote fell swoop to SI, SCO, but the cimmittee w.'uld not listen to it, and sent him back to make out a new account. He had to borrow money from an undertaker here to pny bid way back. His original idea was, wl en he set out from borne, that his bill wonld bu promptly paid ; then he would have taken a b <v.hr r undertaker, livirg here, and gons with him to New York f i r t> j jlly good time. Imagine the tiro undertakers on a spree ! The I'olillral JLaMUMMMI Case Decided. Washington, December 18th.— The Su preme Court of the United States to-day rendered a decision in the celebrated political assessment case of Newton Curtis. Curtis was emplnytd in the New York Custom house, and was convicted under the statute forbidding any efficfr or employe of the Gov ernment, tot appointed ly th 9 President, from receiving from a fellow-employe money to ba used for political purposes. The case came before the Supreme Court on an appli cation for a writ of habeas corpus, on the ground of v a constitutionality, being an abridgment of the personal liberty cf Gov ernment employes in the capacity of ciliz>cs. Tha opinion was read by Chief Justice Waile, and holds that the Ant is entirely constitutional, and tending to purity and, efficiency in the public service ; that while it prohibits one employe tf the Government from receiving a political assesainaut^or a contribution from another, it d.cs not prohibit such payments to persons not in Government employ — 30 that an employe may give money to advance the interests of his party, if bo inclined. The opinion further holes that the commitment of the prisoner pending the payment of the fine impoHsd was lawful, and Curtia was remand ed to the custody cf the Marshal for the Southern District of New York. Justice Brvlley read a dissecting opinion, holding that the 1 m i* nnonstitutional, a.-", it ii an interference with the individual liberty of citiz- n*. Congress. WtBBMMUSOB, December 18. h.— In the Sei.ate to day Vcot submitted a minority re port of the Etiippitg committee, which was ordered printed. Pugh offered an elaborate amendment to the civil service bill, but the Indim appropriation bill came up and the civil Eervica bill was laid over. Hani son delivered a eulogy on 0,-tb, an I mcved an adjournment cut of respect to his memory. Tne presiding officer appointed a committee to attend the funeral, ousistirg <l Hsrriaon, Kelham end Snunderr. Adjourned. la the Home a reaolution for a recess from Diceiubsr 22J to January 3d was lost, and Kobe->cn moved that esch member be fined $50 for each day's ab^ecce durir.p the boß diy», wiiich was adopted. The House then arij'.urned cntjjof respsct to the memory of Ortb. Fnniliy rolsonrd by Trit-lili :r Crestone (la), December 18th. —This town is excited over the recent d"ath of Arpmt Na3t, a German, from trichirse, c»usad 1 y eating diee»«f d pork. His wife, three children atd a girl stopping with them are sick. Lift week Naat died, twenty-one dayß after infection. I; ig thought the pirl wLI not recover. Sborktng Bollrr Kxplo<tlon. CiNCI.NNATi. Deceuibir ISth.— Thia after noon the b.ilir burst at the Globe rotting milla with Leiijca (ffect. Tb:'mag MkUoy was instantly kiil«d, Leon Hargroft fatally injured, and the following seriously injured: Dennis Labbi», John Uo*te)l\ Ja«. R. Ryan, John Ryan, J. Hargrave, Tboj, K»lly, Jas. BuchaLac, and several uckr.cwn men. The boiler head hnd been crackfd a lone time, but the crack wm from the inside, and could not ba detected. A fherkrrrd Life. Jasesvili.s (Wi».). December lH.h.—Vic tor J n >r.-itil(, who hts ja^t died here, \ras a graduito of tho University of I'ran'c, a tntnr in the royal Kowhaid at Brussels, a Catiiolic pr:e»t in New 0.-lema, and a teacher o c l'rijhatn YouDg'd children at N&uvoo. For the past thirty year* he led the life o! a merchant. A Toßcty geat TFar. Silver Clifp (Col), December I.S-.h.— Great excitement is prevailing in (luster county over an attempt to rpmove the county »eit ircra RosiU t.i Si. vet Caff. A majority of the t.ounty Comrni«ione-rn have orrtered tho c-.inty scat moved, but tha people at R Mta say they fcAv* enough armed men to retain portion of the county record?. ani totead doinff to. Just how it will Urn iaate it is lmcrggiblo to gay. but B U feared tb'vt it will er.d in bWdihed, cs thecit:z^n«of inUh t-lir;s »r3 under arms r,cd only wniticg for oae Bi'Js t'> m»ke a br'ak. that ::-i-- in/: tHUrer'* Ktalcment. Washington, Pecercl^r 18;h.— Pr.ifeejor Nr.wcomb, na'.nraiUt of the Jeaccetle ex- TOLSHS XTI— NITItBEB lOS. pedition, referring to tlio statement of th» Rufsian orfi«r to the effect that the d«ath of captain Da Ling and party was due to tho ki.hog of their d gi anrt tha neglect la carry fowling pieces, saya : When the doga were disposed cf it was a queUion o'. ttowace of provisions for either tla men or dog?. Natu rally the men were first coDkidered. As to nrearms, I would say that betides Remington and Winchester rifhs, each effioer excepting myself had Remington breeia-liiading sbi.t gune, some cf them fitted with auxiliary lifle barrels, and more than once 6hct birds enough for the whole ship's compiny. . Noros Bays : There waa no room for all the doga, bo we selected ten of the bes\ and tho rest were killed. The ten were distributed in the three boats, but we wild not keep them there. They would jamp on tho ice and drift off. Melville says : The Raeman officer is talk ing cf 8->methiDg ha don't know anythicg about. He is talking about a conutry he was never in, and a land about which ho knows nothing. CU) Marshal Klltrd-Hln Vardcier ElJ dled with BallrtH. Waxahatchik (Tfx.), December 18;b. — City M.-r-.'i.->! J. H Spaliiiog was killed to d^y by Charles Smith, a negro whom he was trying to arrest. Toe citizscs turned out in a bi-dy, hunted Smith down and riddled him with bullets. No Outsider* Hart. Navasota (Tex,), December lS;h.— Two negroes quarreled here to-day, aul in tla fi3ht that f jllewed both w^ro killed. Deatli . Syracuse (N. V.), December 18tb.—An drews, at one time official reporter of the House of Representatives, died tc-day. He was t brother nl Muihop A.ncrcwi", of Califor nia. K)Sr:i!;.v. Tlilrly WiT.ien Hart. Paris, D:c«mbsr 18 .b. — 8y an explosion in a cartridge factory at M nnt. Vakrien to duy, thirty women wero ■riklintj injured. Nine ivr-on. Bnrnrd to Dralh. Paris, December ißh,-A firs ciusing the death of nine perains ocenrrtd to-day. Gamhetta !>?.« -.1 Again. Paris, December lS.h.— Gambetla ii again confined to his bed, owing to in L eetinal troubles. A consultation of dcotcrs is to be held. !ti«marrk S;!U Skßctldp.. Berlin, December 1H o.— Biamerck is «cf feunggraatlv from i.eurj-g'a. He was un abb to fulfill his ciedaiv,! intentiyu of de f>::.i!iu!.' the i-trr,duc;i :n of the license tax oa Bpbitl in tl:o Lj-.Tcr House Saturday. tfraiiE.v and Sansh. BEitLrs, DtOßmber IS !i.— Denpiio the visit of j't- <;•!■-.-?, the rel.iti m httween (iirmany and RlMkia are very ÜBsatisf&ctoiy. Pnrn'll nl t'orb. Cork, December 18tb.— P»rcel! openeJ here to-day a hrancn of tie liis'i National Ijeigue. He txplaian that thepnrpose of tfca Leagu* U not to eerve the interests cf any one cits", hut it j ttforta wi!i i:e t'evoUri to national objoota ;ind tha advarccmeat cf the liith pscple cf every c!:eb. The Kadicusrr.r sJnr/«-r«. Losr.ON, December IBUl.— Later advices fr jm Maddga9c»r cuntrtdict the n port of the murder of an Eturliafamaii by the i.ativ<B. but contirm the murder of t»vi> Americme. Steps hivo been taken to call the attention of the United State* Government tv the fact. Typhoid Fever la a Convent— Slnst X*t Accept. (Jiiebec, Deoembrr 13th.— T),e boarders in the Uraalise Convent were sent home to-d»y, in constquecce of an outbreak of typhoid fever. The Archbittop oE Qiebcc hag warned the faithful not to accept invitati riß for a 111 --eonic ball ia honor of the Grind Lodge. Two Locomotives and Fifteen Cars Wrecke<l. Montreal, December 18th. — A colliaion yesterday l>etwc-en freight trainn nz the Grand Truck Railroad near St. Ann's, wrecked two lccomotiv b and fifteen cars. Tho km :3 eßtimated at SoO.OCO. TINY TELEGRAMS. Francis Clcse, Dean cf Carliele, b deaJ. Emperor William, who ie ccufiaeJ by a bid coid, id coneidtrabiy better. Obstacles Ere bti::ir raised (o Lord Derby* appointment to the Indian Office. A vessel is wrecked on thn Kincardine co: at, Scotland, Btd the crew are lest. Guntoo H&U, in Norwich, Eaj , iha seat of the Eirl of Sluj- Id, has Ueu destroyed by fire. The priLcijal insineES hor.R?s in Clayton, Mips, were turned yesterday, causing a L*» of 530.0C0. Thomas K. Sir art, of California, hes been appointed State Draughtsman in the Patent OlKce at Washington. A fire at Minneapolis, Mint:., yesterday, oVetnyed the lihiton block, valued at $90, --000 ; icsurance, $70,000. . The liabilities of the bankrupt tin firms io London aggregate $4,500,CC0, ot,d the trade ia temporarily paralyzed. John Crunden, who gent a letter threat/n --iog the Prince cf Wales and Gladstone, has been committed for tii-il. A tire yesterday morning at Corsicann, Ttx., bur.-.cd two cotton uLeds, containing about 20,000 bales of cotton. A roatoffica was established yesterday at CloudniftD, Tuolumno connty, Cal., with 1 > .-.riirl C. Clcnciman as postmiieter. Michael Flynn was arraigned yesterday at Dublin for participation ia the murder of the Haddyn. He pleaded not guilty. Charles ISowcn (colored), a carpenter, f-11 from the steeple of Avery Chapel at Mem phi?, Tonn., yesterday, aiid brote his neck. The attack by the paoantaineers npon tbo Chic eea troops inarching against the French U connected with a general ruing in Yun Ran. Famine prevails in Carrick, County Done ga', Ireland. The people Ere living on In dian meal, and 25,000 are in danger of starva tion. Her Moet, th 9 Sncialist leader, landed ia Now York_ yesterday, acii w&g hcariily re ceived by his admirers, whom be addressed in tbe evening. The Bonapartista held ft batqnet fit Uean vais, France, Sunday, the object of the meet ing being to proclaim Prince Victor Napoleon Presideat of the Kepnblic. A circular was U&ued yesterday by the Sec retary of the Treasury, suspending the cx chanpe of three-and-a-half bonds into threes from December 30th to Februtry Ist. Geceral F. G. Callemler, a retired officer of t!:e regular army, oud who rfc.ived sevenl wouodfi in tho Mexican war, died Sunday at D ivsville, 111. He owced 1 400 acres of land ia Ojjle ccunty. Ama«o A. lierry, Ismr.-.tce Adjuster of Chicago, riied Sunday, lie tad jmtreturned fr. m a trio to the Pacific coast ii: search of health. Foe fifteen years he wis Treisnrtr of tho (Jrand Lodge of Odd Fellowc. The Dub'in latMM Mail bciieves that there is no d.;r.bt that K»rl Bpttmi will re »ii,'ri the L'xd Lieiitenantcy whf n the affiira of Irelaml are in a more ioii«factory coiirii tt> n. Mid that Lord Jlostbur,; will probibly succeed him. Jomcß F. Rhodfa passed thronzh Chicago Sundty, en ronte to th» Penitentiary at De trcjt, to eervo nix yearß for stage robbery in Arizina. He had already rervei four years ftt Ynmo, but on cc?onnt of the failure of hi* health hb charters were chacged. The whole distilling interest of Pecria, HI., IB excited over the discoveiy that one r.f their members has been nsicg "crocked " barrels for whisky, whish held two pillars morn than s'aridard barrel*, mufeir.,-? a net pia for tho cr.iuked distiller of 8100 perdfty. Editot.'Bchc-.iiclii?hk, gays the New York Sun, is c failure, because it is too dear. Tho light cannot be fmnkhed mnch longer at the preneut pr:ee«. The puMic has been led to pnpnrct that there are alfo grave rt:ech.»nical difScaltits to overcame before it on do satis factory work. The rang* of c->nntry lyirg between tb» Wfs'ern lirr^itß of Manitoba and the eaetrro b^uadaryof British Columbia has been di vided iuto f. tir territorial divijiocs, named Aesina'ooine, S iskatc't^waa, Alberto aul Ath •baska. New Pos'oHhms h»ve reen e-t»fc ii-,hcd, and rcgalatiocß fur directions "f ia»il matter to thoee d'Utricts are in the official gaz»tt#. Captain Robert CreahtoD, Mariae Superin fender.; af tbe Hed Star Steamship Line at Antwerp, »ec«nt!y died at that poit, agt'l IL Several years a?o, when in eoatawnd of the chip Three Bel!s, on thn Pacific, he rercaad two or three hundred United States soldier froti eirkii:g in a trarjr.ori. Fit this act ha received a vote of thanks ao*l a of money from Congrese. Tue Nvori'p bil!»d for rnma tiais afiet tbat was "The Gooi Suip 'fiiree B;lle."